Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, April 10, 1862, Page 4

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated April 10, 1862 Page 4
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BUILDER’S MATERIALS j I BI^nDH^H9HMK BMMMBMPWB9j9sgS?EH I ' Tbe undersigned would respectfully call lb | attention of tbe Public to their large assort went of HUGHS, BLINDS, SASH, DOOM FRAMES , IkISDQW FRAMES, WASH BOARDS, CASINOS, MOULDINGS., MAN TLES, and every description of House Build *■< materials, which they have constantly on | hand., and which they can furnish at the short est notice. They are also prepared to furnish at the i shortest notice FBAME WORK fori Country Houses, Cottages, and suburban; Residences, according to any plan or design. ( all ready fitted to be put up oo their propus- • ed sites. Farmers and others, desirous of building iu the country, would liud it to their advantage j hy giving us a call before purchasing else- j where, as we are fully prepared to execute ! work on the most reasonable terms. And the advantages, whjcli we offer in preparing all the materials that may be necessary in con structing a house, will he found to save the Builder a great deal of vexatious delay and expense. BSt' All orders left at their office or ad dressed (o them hy mail will meet with promt) and satisfnrtoiy attention. MAUUHLIN & JOHNSON, Steam Piaiultnj Mill ami Sash Factory, East Falls A venue, near Prall Street Bridge Warehouse No. 55, I’ratt street, Next door to IVnn & Mitchell, Balt. Md. April 19th, 18Ui— ly. CHAIR AND FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT. WE. ANDERSON, AW. H> St li e Second Street between Frederick-Sire and Marsh Market Sjmre, Baltimore. Having the largest Ware rooms and best assortment of Cabinet Furniture in the city, | is prepared to sell* very article iu hisline upon tbe must liberal and accommodating terms. Having had a long experience in this line oi business, he flatters himself that he can com pete, as to excellence oi material, beauty oi workmanship ami range of prices, wdh any establishment ol the sort in tins or any other ; city. His general stock embraces a lull and | complete assortment of Parlor Chairs. Sofas, j Backing Chairs, Spring Lounges, Chamber ! Suits, Bar room. Office and Dining Chairs, | French Tele a-Ttles, Settees, Arm Chairs t ■ Maltrases , Looking Glasses, ite., of every va- i riety and description, lie has also on hand | Bedsteads of Ins own manufacture, which j ran be put up and taken down in two min- j utes. Persons from St. Mary’s, wishing to purchase Furniture, are requested to call and • xainine his Slock before buying elsewher* j • h sure to find the right place Nos. 10 &. 12 j Second .Street—Warehouse with SO lee Iron! and 8 large Folding doors. August llth 1859—1 y. r~ -, iM '■ —\ - .u vcm. DENTISTRY. PERSONS needing the services of n first ruts Dentist will do well to emplow Dr. J. KANUOLFBI WALTON, who in tends locating himself iu the village of T.con- , ard Town. Orders addressed to him through ths Leonard Town Post Oftico will receive prompt attention. Ilia terms are cash. Dr. Walton has hail considereruble exj*erience iu i l>ls profession, is moderate in hi* charges, and i has invariably given satisfaction to those who i have employed hitti. To give the readers of the Beacon some idea of the standing of Dr. W. as a PRACTICAL DENTIST, the fol lowing letter, addressed to him by Dr. Ninian Piakaey, U. 3. N., is appended : U. 8. Naval Academy, Amnapolis, Maryland, April *2l. 1855. * DbabSie: —It gives me great pia.ure to •zprsas the confidence I have in your skill as a Dentist, and to recotmneud you, as far as I have influence, to the patronage of tha Public. , 1 have had an opportunity of witnessing your , mode of operation, aim have no hesitstiou in j affirming that it exhibits your thorough knowl edge of you profession. 1 am, sir, very respectfully your obedient servant. NINIAN PINKNEY, . Surgeon U. S. N. Dr. Randolph Walton, Annapolis. April 4th, 1861—If. 1 n LUMBER t SniHOLESM FLORING, AC. BITB iavite the attention of our friends an " consumers, generally, iu 81. Mary's an adjoining counties to our extensive assort men ; •f seasoned BUILDING MA TERIALS. All parties contemplating the srection DwellisfJ,Barnes, Ac., will find it greatly their advantage to give us a call, as we can •ell at lowest rates for cash or Negotiable pan pet. Doors, Frames, Sash, &0., furnished at Mill p rices. Oracrs filled for Bricks, Lime, Hair, Nails, Ac. Mo Wharfage charged on Vessels receiving Lumber from our Ysrd. CARSON, ZIMMERMAN, & CO., West side I'nion Dock, Norfolk Boat Wbarf March M&. 1860—tf. "NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to me for taxes for > this year will please come forward and : settle the same le me, or Capt.'.J. J. Album ut thirty days. If not settled iu Uiirty days frean data, 1 shall be compelled through te ceeritar to collect hy law. DEO. M. BOHANAN, • Cut. of 2nd. I fist. Mav. Slat. 1861—if. 1 ““ ' I JAMES S. DOWNS, ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Leonard Tamm, Bt.Mary’s Ce.,Md. f Will practice in St. Magr’tandlhead joining counties. Feh. mh IMS. FOTTCE TO CREDITORS. ' OTICE is hereby givers that the subscriber •il has obtained from the Orphan’s Court lof St. Mary’s county in Marylard. letters of edniiniftimtion on the personal . estate of JOHN TAYLOR, late of ! said county, deceased. Ail persons bovin; claims against the wind dpressed are iierrby warned in exhibit (he saifie with the proper vouches thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the IS day of July, 1962, otherwise they may lie excluded by law from all benefit of the saiil estate. Given under my land this 16(h day •f January, 1362. JAMES If. ALFEY, Administrator. Jan. 16th, 1863—lar. " —“ “ > mmvr&miD* • RAN AWAY fnn tint subscriber, living near the village of Chaptico, a few days since, a free negro hoy named HENRY JONHS, whose lime 1 recently bought of C. C. Baily. 1 learn that his in the lower part of the county, probably lurking about Jutland. | the property of H. G. 8. Key, where he has ! relations. # Ali persons are fotewarmd against | harboring or employing said negro boy. He i is rather black, stoops a good deal, and has an | awkward way of expressing himself. He is about 20 years of age. had on when he left a good suit of clothes of white full cloth and a black hat. I will give the above reward fur I his apprehension nnd delivery to me. JOHN A. BURROUGHS. Jan. 9th k 1862—3 tv. iwj ■ ■ I y ■■■ rouKDCD 1852 ciivrtcrcd 185 LOCATED COR. or BALTIMORE & CHARLES Sr* Baltimore, Md. The Largeitf Most Elrgetully Furniktd nnd Popular Commercial College in the United Stahl. Designed Expressly for Young Men! Desiring to obtain a 7’horovgk Practical Bin nett Education in the shortest possible tim and at ths least expense. A Large and Beautifully Ornamented Circu lar, containing upwards of Six S<i(7ark Feet, with Specimen tf Penmanship, and a l-arge En > graving (the finest of the kind ever made in this j jounlry) representing the interior View of the College, with Catalogue stating terms. Ac., will be sent to every Young Man on application, free of charge. Write immediately and yon will receive tiu package by return mail. Address E. K.LOSIER, Baltimore MJ. i January S4th, 1801—ly. | PETITION FOR THE BF.NFGIT OF THE j INSOLVENT LA M'S OF MAR VIA NO , Circuit Court f<>r St. Mary’s Co., > j March Tvrm 18G1. J ORDP.RF.D hy the Court that the Creditors of JAMES A. MORGAN, a petitioner I for the benefit of the Insolvent lotus of Ma | t v land. be and ap|cat ladore the Circuit Court i for St. Mary’s County on ttie third Monday of Novcndier next, to show cause, if any they have, why the said James A. Morgan, shall not have the l>enrfil of the said laws: provid- i ed a copy of thi; order In* inserted in the St. Mary’s Beacon once a week for threw month before the said third Monday in Novciube next. By order, JAMES T. BLAKISTONR, Clerk. July 25th, 1861—8 m. riIHE rommissiou* for eonnly officers elec- JL led on the sixth day -of Nm ember lust were roeetved anil filed iu this Office on the 22nd November,, ultimo. 'Che Constitution requires all persons eleeted to office, receiving a commission from the Stale, to qualify within thirty day’s after the commission i filed. JAMi:s T. BLAKISTON E, Clerk. Dec. sth, 1851—If. THAD.K. PHEIISS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, And General Agent for Claims, WILL xtttcMid to the collecion of all claims against the General Govern ment. All comr>iunu-:ttioiu addressed to me ut Leonard Town will meet with prompt at tention. Jan. 9tb, 180*2—tf. NO TICE. E. LEO SPALDING returns his thanks to ! his numerous cmtoiiiern for the liU.’ial patron age he has received from them, and pledges himself to keep a CHOICE STOCK OF GOODS always on hand, which will be sold very low for cash or it* equivalent. £. LEO SPALDING. April 2nd, 1860 April sth, iß6o—lv NOTICE. FOR THE PATUXENT RIVER FAIR HAVEN AND PLUM POINT. ON and after W’ED -13) 2. the Steamer PSan |rr w jn leave her wharf j every WEDNESDAY MORNING at half past six o’clock for the Patuxent River. Re turning, will Lave Hill’s lamding every Friday morning foi Benedict, leaving Bet t dict every Saturday morning at C o’clock for Baltimore. Calling at all tor usual landings on the Rivw, aUo at Plum Point uud F-ir Haven, going and returning. M L. WEEMS. Jan. 80th. 1862—tf. DISSOtCTJOX OF CO-PARTNERSHIP- LkONaKD ToWX. 1 Jan. Ist, 1802. j THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex isting in the Oigai Manufactory of M<r- I gan, Jamtsen A Co., t* this day diaaolvcd with mutual cuueetot Wy the undersigned, partners in interest. All |ierous yivlehled to the firm will please settle with B A. Jauitsoo, who is ! authorised to rraeipt in full. J, FELIX MORGAN, B. A. JAMI&ON. Jan. 9th. 1802—2 t. j WANTED. r | , !! W AXTK * > TEACHER f*r Primary I ; * * School No. 2 fo tla* year 1862. I!< r must Jc ra{Kiltie of tracking the usual English ; branches and Im of good moral character. — ) Teach* r of middle t*r ad! age pre ' ferred. Address, r j JAM K 8 L. LANGLEY, ; JOHN II HOLMES, WJI. McKAY. JOSEPH RICTIARPPON. St. I uigi <* P. 0 Jan. 30lh, 1862—41. NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. ON application of M. M. Hayden and Geo Fred, Maddox, adniiuiatiatorii of Georg* ■ Haydn, late of St. Mary’a county, decease*!. . It i onlrred by I lie Court, that the raid ad , miiiUtrators notify ijic creditors of the raid I (krasiil. to file their claims acaird the raid deceased, in the RegistT of ’Wilin’ Office on or before the loth day of May, 1862. for dir* idend, and that this order be published in the St. Mary’s Beacon, once a week, until the said loth of May, 1862. J. T. Iff. RALEY, i Register of Wills, of St. Mary’s county,Md. Feb. 18th, 166 2 —Sni. NOTICE. THE nndei.Vgi.ed has just received a largi supply of Ladies PARTY' and IJALL Goods consisting ol White and Colored Tarletons, Ladies white Kid Slippers Ladies White Kid Cloves. Ac. &.c. A Iso, Clenls White Kid Gloves, Gents Fancy Neck Ties Cents’ Fine Shirts, and Collars, Ac. Ac. K. LKO. SPALDING, Leonard Town. January 3rd, IBGl—tf. FOR SHERIFF. ’j PHILIP H. DORSEY, thankful to his 1 j friends and I lie public for the support he re ;cei\ed at the laic elerlion offers btmelf mtnih 1 : as n rnndidate for Sheriff and Molints ihe votes 1 <of his fellow-citizens of St. Mnry’s county t the next election. •j Nov. Slsl. 18fi|. j HARRISON EDWARDS, offers himself j fo (lie voters nf St. Mary ’a Cmmly as u can , didatr for SherifTal the next election. Nov. 21st, 1861. A CARD. j rjOCTOR nrST.WrS OANTEU. having located himself in Charlotte Hall.respccl i idly oilers his professional services In the pnh j lie. Mix office is that formerly occupied hy 1 Dr. .1. F, Shaw, where he ran always be found except when professionally engaged. ! lIKKKRKxcE.r —Samuel Chew, M. D. Pro i fosxr of Principles and Practice of Medicine in the University of Maryland. March Tth 18fl —lO m. LUM EBRNOTICL BURNS & SLOAN return their sincere thanks to the Farmers for their liberal i Catronago for the year past. Their stock I i UMBER is larger than over and better a- I sorted; and we arc detormined to oiler great indticenieiitK to cash buyers. Apply ut the j corner of Kutaw ami German streets, or at 132 light street Wharf. BURNS & SLOAN. Baltimore, Md Feb. 2nd,18 CO — ITU)FESSIOXAL- ~~~ DR. CHARLES COMBS, hiving lo cated himself at the GREAT MILLS for the purpose of practising his profession can dlways be found at the residence of J. J. Allstnn, Esq., when not professionally engaged. Jan. 2nd, 1802—if. DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER SHIP. THE copartnership heretofnr existing be tween the undersigned, under the firm | and style of la-ach A' Herbert, is this day dis rolve*l by inntnal consent. All |*r*ons in debted to the late firm are hereby requested to come forward and settle their indebtedness | without delay. Hither party ns authorized to Keltic the bubiuesa of the firm. WM. F. LLACH, GEO. li. HERBERT, Sept. 2Cth, 1861—tf. ' NOTICE. ALL persons wishing to communicate with mebyl elter . w ill three it heir cor mspondenc* by mail to PortTobaccoCharles county, Md., or by steamer St. Nicholas, o Chappel Point,Charlesconmv , Md. WM. T. CAMPBELL. Feb. 3rd. 1859—11. ) ' J. V. WILKINSON. fiROCER & COMHISSIGH ffIEKCEAHT, No. 122 Dugan’s Wharf, BALTIMORE. Keeps constantly on hand a large assort ; menl of SUPERIOR t AMIIA OHOCEIdES, I Foreign and Domestic liquors, Tobacco, Se j cars, &c., which will lie sold, wholesale or rc • tail, at Ihe hfwe* market prices. COUNTRY PRODUCE, of all kinds, sold i i on ednmifexion, and special attention paid to t the rale of TOBACCO, WHEAT arid other > GRAINS. Commissions of all kinds execu- ted promptly, with the stricter! regard to the interest of the consignee. Puoiic patronage is most rcsjifctlully soli cited.

Feb. 2Tib, 1802—tf. LUMBER, SHINGLES, laths, BRICKS, ) LIME, HAIR, SASH, POORS and SHUTTERS, FOR rale, at the rerylacest )<rire for CASH or APPROVED credit. Before buy ing. call and sec us at the corner of Knt*v j and German Streets or at 132 light Street Wharf, Haiti more, Md. BURNS & SLOAN. I March 21 at 1861—tf. j NOTICE. I DU. WILLIAMS. BLAKISTOXE. bar* iug located in Ohaptico, offers his pro- 1 services to the Public, and can ai- { ways be found, wbcu not professionally en gaged, at Boswell's Hotel. I also return my i thanks to my friends in the neighhorhmd ol St. Clement’s Bay for their former patronage, and will always l>e happy to wail on them at Ihe shortest notice. ' • Nov. 28th, 1861—tf. PROFESSIONAL. DU. J. 11. THUS. REEVES has located at “WHITE PLAINS,” sis ut a mi'e from the village of Cbaplico, am. res|KTlfnlly i oilers his professional services to the public. He will devote It illicit exclusively to the practice of his profession. Jar.. Itilh. 1862—tf. 1 I NEW FA LL AND WINTER GOODS : i rild E undersigned has just returned from thr ■ X City with the hugest, huh best selected slock of FALL,and WIN TER GOODS ever offered 1 to thecitizens ofSt. Mary *s Comity, consist mg* ; in part, of very superior quality ot ileav y Good* i for Servants’ clothing, at the most moderat* j prices—also Roots and Shoes olll.e most sub* Mantis) make, and best material. Resides r.’lothsjl Cussimeres, vesliiifs and nil kinds of fine dress Goods, for Ladies and Gentlemen—a carefully selected, and well assorted stock of ready made r.lotlons,manufactured expressly t order, and a variety of articles ofalmosl evet y kind no * here ( else to he found in she county'. He respectfully e* licits a call from those den ring to purchase, fee!- , | ingassured that Ins thorough acquaintance with , 1 the business, resulting from a lonir residence in the city, will enable him to offer such induce ments as will defy competition. E. H. JONES, Clifton Factory. Septembej 2Jth 1 8‘*'0—ly. NOTICE. THE Ci*-partm*r*hiy heretofore existing under ilo firm of CUTTING 11 AM it 11ARDING ie lids day dissolve*! hy imitnal consent. Wtu. 11. Maiding is alone-author ized to softie the business of the firm. SAMUEL OOTTINGHAM, WM. M. HARDING, Baltimore Jan. 1 lA61 —4w. H’liC undersigned, having Bought out the Interest of Samuel Cntiiuglium ot tin* firm ot Cottingham A Harding, w ill hereafter conduct | : the business in bis own Name. —and ho most ' ( resficcllnlly solicits ;nc favor ol the friends o the old Finn. WM. 11. HARDING. MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL WORKS j TO THE FARMERS OF SI. MARTS. {—l would sn*t respr ctfnlly call your at i tention to my large assortment of LMPLE MENTS. 1 am manufacturing and pre paring a larger assortment of Ayrit ultural Im plements than i have ever beh re offered to be public—Horse Powers ami Threshers, Wheat Fans. Corn Mills, Corn Shelters, Ploughs, Harrows: Cultivators, and many other articles to numerous to mention. 1 can supply the Farmer with every thing he may want. With regard to Horse Powers 1 would call particular attention to a fine lot of FELTONS TRIFLE GEARED ROWERS, lo i cork tcif/i or m'Hioui hand, tchich are not surpassed in this or any other market; and I mo>t respectfully invite those who are in want of Machines to give me a call, as 1 feel confident that 1 can suit the pur chaser. 1 am making a CXIRN MILL for grinding Corn at Home. This is a good Mill, has been tested and pronounced so by ex)*e rienced judges. To this 1 ask your spe cial attention. I tender yon my sincere thanks for the ; kindness heretofore shown me and beg a con tinuance of your favors, determined to make ; a strong effort to please all who give me their custom. Orders will meet with prompt atten tion by being directed to WILLIAM H. HARDING, 160 Frail street Wharf.\ Baltimore, Md. ' Feb. Tth, 186' —ly DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP . ! fIT HF. late film of Simms d Maddox is -1. this day dissolved by mutual consent, j Persons indvbti d to ns are hereby notified to i come forward anil settle with George A i, without delay, as he is authorized to 1 settle the business of the late firm. GEORGE A. .SIMMS, JOS, R. MAfciA'X. Sept. 3rd, 1861 —tf. BUSINESS NOTICE. ■ rpilE undersigned, having purchased the , -ft interest of Situut Sc Maddox in the ' Mercantile business, will continue to sell at the old stand, and solicit a continuance of the , very lilieral patronage extended to the late ' firm. They will keep constantly on hand a ginnl assortment of gK>ls, and will sell on i such terms as cannot fail to please the old • enstomcTa of tite house and the public gen erally. GEORGE A. & F. X SIMMS. Leonard Town, Md. September I2tb, 1661 —tf. WANTED TO BUY or HIRE 10 or 12 likely NEGRO MEN and WOMEN, for I which the market prices or wages will be givon. Also. FATTED CATTLE can be sold - for the best market prices by applying to or addressing, ~ JO. 11. MADDOX, Leonard Town P. O. Jou 2n 1, ISC2— tf. | TUB SAINT MARY’S FEMALE I SEMINARY ! TIE ii**xi annual session will rum nunc on SATURDAY* ihe Isih of Scpiem her. under the direction uf Mias I.OITY ! LKIGH, a* Primtipal, by a corps of efficient and experienced Teachers. The course of i nstrurliun is as thorough as ' at anyr other ißHinutior in me country, and at less than half the usual expense. The scholastic veat is divided into two terns* of five months each. Charges, per term, payable* in advance: or all the branches of s thorough English education, including Board, Tuition, Washing, Fuel, Lights and Redding, $75.00 Stationery, 2.6 C Tuition for dav pupils,including fuel, • *I.OO sxpabatk branches: . French, 11.00 Music, with the use of Instrument, 25.00 drawing and Pain ling, exclusive * of materials, 6.00 Painting in Oil Culora. exclusive of materials, 10.00 For tocher information. or for CircuSfe*, apply to the Principal. St. Inigues Pos* Office, Saint Mary’s County, Md. C. BILLINGSLEY. President of the Roard oI Trustees. August 16th, I SCO—tf. ■turn or. 1 .... —— . i Til K Misses Costigin having Hcurcd the services of an experenoed Music teacher j will receive a limited number of young ladies for the scholastic year beginning Ul Sop!. ! TERMS PA VA RI.K HA LF YEARLY IN ADVANCE. | Board and Tuition in all the branches of an English Education |mt hiiboid slso* I M usic Vocal it Inotrumunul $lO per quar.'i French 5 " | Italian 5 “ ; Spanish 5 “ Drawing and Painting in Water Colors 5 u i Oil Painting 10 “ The utmost attention will le paid to the health and comfort, and every effort made *o advnnee the mural ami intcllveturd culture uf their pupils. Address— SUM M ERSE AT Oakville P. O. St. Mary's Co. ! August Ist, 1861 tf. I * ■ ..I ■■ s, ■ ■mn.Mß.v.., ' NO'l ICE. THE undorsigned wish lo inform the people of Saint MarjV and adjourn ing counties, that they have just coinplcCed a FIRST (’LASS RAILWAY, and arc! prepared to haul out vessels of any sixo, and will REPAIR, CAULK. Ac., on the most reasonable terms. Prompt attention to all work, and quick dispatch will be given in all cases. The Railway in shunted about a quarter of a mile front Leonard Town on a fine oyster creek, where we will also build SCOWS, BOATS, or VESSELS, if required, on the lowest terms HARRIS, NORRIS & FOX WELL. July 19th ISO0 —tf. 11MN. J. NlCODtilt i. ar.O. P. TttOMA J. 11. 11 A It D EST Y , WITH 11F1M.K1GUDKMUS & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FIUKN & DOMESTIC UL aF EVENT DKSfUIPTIoX, NO. 883 BALTIMORE ST. BALTIMORE. March Ist IB6o—tf. ~ VALUABLE MAXUFACTURIXG PROPERTY V(D!B SAILIBu THE valuable property, known as CLIF TON FACTORY and GRIST MILL (water power), situated on the Head Waters of St. Mary’s river in Saint Mary's county, Md., and embracing about three hundred and 1 fifty acres uf land, is offered at Private Sale. This property has uti it a STORE MOUSE, which is a good aland for business, HOTEL, DWELLINGS, Workshop*. Ac. The pro (.>erty will be sold or. accuamiodating terms. Fur further particulars, apply to. THOMAS W. GOUGH, JO. FORREST, Leonard Tou n P. -q Nov. lath, |Bco if. CO-PARTNERSHIP. fIXHE Undersign** I have this day enicrcl S into a CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the name ami style cl FER6USSON & TYSON, fur the purpose uf conducting the GROCERY & PRODUCE COMMISSION BUSINESS, AT THE OLD STAND, -Vo. 121 Lombard Street. CHARLES FFRGUSSON, HENRY G. TYSON. I®- CHARLES FKRGI'SSON wmild re ♦ pecifully subtil the patronage uf his old’ friends lur the new firm. Baltimore, Feb. lrt,lßC2 Feb. 13lh. 1862 —2m. SPRING GOODS. A large supply of llowaid Duck. Pii tcnti iry Plaids, &c just received and for sale by E. LEO. BFALBINO j if ARGKWHOLVPALK AND !MJ KTAIL ST4K’K 0* , FALL AND I VI XT EH DEV GOODS FOB CASH ONLY # HAMILTON KASTKK A f(). t Nos. 100. 201 and *.‘3 Dakimor* street HALT! HONK, j TTt<* row in store, and are constantly • adding therelr, n large an] vnricd stock of FALL AND WINTKR DRY GOODS, embracing articles from the lowest to (lie highest price, in every department of the trade. Would eall particular attention to their stock of Goods for fanner* and planter*’ use, Fuch as 3-4 and t>-4 Fulled Cloth; Penitentiary Plaid Linseys and Cottons; Servants' Blankets; heavy Blenched and Brown Cottons; Duisburg*; Canton and Word Flannels, and indeed every thing re quired by an individual, family,*or for ser vants* use. IMPORTING AND PURCHASING “on the inual advantageous terms,” and SELLING FOR CASH ONL Y, irr WHOLESALK AND KKTAIL, we are enabled to mark our goods at such prices as will make it the interest of all to deal with us. An examination of our stock by persons visiting Baltimore to make purchases is invited. Sept. Pdth. IS6l—Ow. THRESHING MACHINES. V have for sale the Felton TrijAc Heaved ■ Horse Potrer md W. \V. |)ingt* A* (Va Iron 1/. t t ctili Jttr.Jruit/ Httiair C’ttrrici . I The machine is warranted to render MJisfae -1 lion to all purchasers. The p'irc ..f 8 horaq j power. CO inch Thresher and Ntraw-• rier. (delivered at any vvharl ia St. Marys oouuiv Farmers arc invited to mil at my Si .re in Leonard Town and ewmii.e thi* Thresher. K LEO. SI’ALDINU. June ‘2Bth, IBno—if. FOR COUNTY CLKKKSHIP. The friends of DANIRI.T MORGAN pre- Mnt him to the vtilcrs of St Mary's enmity as a candidate lor ('loik of the Circuit laiirt at tin* election in I8t;.‘l, mid solicit to his claims t dispassionate considt ration. Nov. 20th, 1 S*>7. FOil CoI'NTV CLF.RK. I announce tm rcll as a candidate for Clerk flho Circuit Court for Saint Mary's cunt>, [ • 1 'esjieetfully solieit the support ot my i fth. " U :iud the ptiblie. GKoiiGK ii. Herbert. i ~... - -- -■ J" 1 ■ 1 "*V. 11 'll Ml iibb NOTICE. j HfUlh undersigned begs leave to inlormehis friends and the I’i.i lie. (hat he is still at the OLD S I AND,in Leonard I’own, ‘curving •u BLAC’KSMI rillNti, GI N. LOi'K SMITTHNG, SHEET IRON AND STOVE WoUK—in short,iron work of all deeip t ions, such as repairing CARRIAGES, llf ft- OIKS, UOCKAWAVS. CARTS, WAGONS, NORSK SHOEING, FARM WORK of all kind-; abo REAPERS, THRASIIKKS and DRILLS. With 1 iis experience ut 11 years in • Machine Shop, he thinks that he ran do nnr kind of r.liu-ksmiih Work from a k needle to an anchor. and on reas.mal.le tenus. New Wag. ou mud Carts hniM clieii|H‘r than can !>. d<>ne at any other shop in this place. HORSES SliUi.D at the sheriesf notice. JAMES A. M’CA I'll RAN, Llai ivbiuith. J stiuar} f.l. If CO—tf. WANTED. FW% .IE anWrib-r ui>ln*s to Lnv a lot n E LIKF.LY YOUNG NKGRORs. o( UHi sexes, for which the high* ft nniikit prtees will Ik 1 paid. I’t-rsons wishing tosell, whoninv n<t see Iti nir during his present tour through the Sohtben counties ol the Stale, w ill have their urderk promptly responded to. I.y addressing— ALLEN S. DORSEY. Washington, D. C. Fb. 2nd. 18CC—tf UOBKIITSOM & UK I.SCO E. SUCCESSORS tii 111 if. Ml I.EK, AT lilK OLD STAND, 140. W. I*ll ATT STREET BALTIMORE, RESPECTFULLY otfer tin 5r services as agents, for the sale of TOHACCt) (HiA IS. and all lends of pJudg ing their untiring efforts to render Haiisfartiou to all who may patronise them. Literal ad vance* made on consign rucutit. March 22nd, 18M0—*f, LIME AND FEED STOKE No. ii Hollinswoitl St- Baltimore. \\n. r. noKR.n. (SUCCESSOR TO JOHN liEAA.V; WUOLKSAM AM> tlfTAll. UhALCLS IX Liims lli idik, Blair. fViiinif, CALCINED PLASTER, Corn, Oatf, Corn Meal, Chop-Eye, Hill Feed,4c. Dec. 33rd, 18o8— ly. LEONARD TOWN CIEUjICTOII. HAVdN’G pnchacd the entfte interest of the late linn -.f M -rgan, Jainiw.u Ac G*., the undersigned will conduct the bininvaa wild proiiiptne& and energy. A Urge klock of • xeellent C'lii H RS, inanu factured fn>ni the U’st 'bilwco l*. I*e ohtaiuel i.i the market, will Ik; kept constantly on hand, ami orders will :eeived from, and Cigara delivered at Fvl"i> prices, in . ilher of tlw counties ol prince George, Charles oi St. Mary’s. A liberal share of tbc pnlroimge *f the jsoo ple of Southern Maryland in ean estlv vli. tl cd f.r the advauceuient of HOME INDUS TRY, based upon the Uiuttovl with rr;i<-M>able profit... Msf Ad orders arldnsM-d to the i.dei>ies eJ al laa.umd Town '. U., will Ije promptly alturdcU 10. B. A. JAMISON. J in. 'itb, ly.

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