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TO SOLDIEIIS & SAILORS ! JJrmy and Navy Jlgency , \ THOMAS TIMMONS A CO. No. 10 South St., over Gas Co’a Office, Baltimore. ijIOLDIKRS and SAILORS. f oliated or k? drafted, and mustered iuto the U. S. Service, after May 2*5, and credi ted to Maryland, are entitled to S3OO State Buuu'y. ADDITIONAL U. 8. BOUNTY. Soldiers of 1801, 2, 3. 4, who have re ceived not more than s!<)<), arc entitled to an additional $llOO. *► *' "* l ' - Widows and heirs of soldier*, also sol diers who have lost their Discharges, are entitled. PERSONS WHO FURNISHED SUBSTITUTES Between April 1 and December 18, 18GI will also be entitled to Bounty from the State of Maryland. Discharges of Soldiers of 1801, 2,3, 4, ted. q^JE ST7A V KS And heirs of deceased Soldiers *nay ob tain valuable informatiuii free Crf charge at cur office. _ f W< make liberal advances, collect promptly, and if desired will cash claims to. - S ate Bounty at sight. letters promptly answered. 1 S Bounty, Pensions, Back Bay, l*i i/ e money, Ac , fur Soldiers and Sailors ji. oo.i t V collected iT :f~ Cut this advertisement out and t i 'g it with you, or communicate by let ter. THOMAS TIMMONS A CO. Dee. 12, JBG7 —*4iu. Trustees’Sale REAL ESTATE. o BV virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Sai.it Mary’s county, lifting us a Court of Equity, pas sed in a cause in which Henry Jones “ts Complain nut, and William S. Morgan, is 1 Mcndaut, and bearing date of the HUh ■day yi March, I*(J7. die undersigned, as Trustees, will offer at public sale, at the Court I louse in Leonurdtown, on 'I uesdav, the 7th day or Janu ary, IBUS, }, (\v< cn the hours of 10 o’clock, ain and 6 ••Mock, p m,, the following property, to I wit : j The tracts or parcels of land called and known as Cilia; MI Bf CIIICE and HOPEWELL, containing, in the aggregate, %51 acre. •D' nioc or loss These lands are located in the sixth - Election District of St. Mary’s county, and adjoin the ostftt'*i ot George M•, and Jan cs A Morgan. They are* about four miles from the Pa tuxent River, and have a comfortable Dwelling , and good o it-buiMings upon them. Thev an* well timbered, are in a fair s'ate uV cultivation ami improvement and have some of the finest 33endow Lands in the comity upon them. TERMS OF SALK, ns prescribed by the decree, -are: One 1 1 1 ,i iof thi ] urchase nisiiey in cash on the diy of sale, and the balance in equal instalments, at one and two years credit — th ■ del a d payments t be secured to Iho ... avi of the Trustees, uud to be a. i sf from the day of sale. \\ fi 'ii all the purchase money shall be paid. the Trustees will execute a deed to the purchaser, free, clear and discharged from all claims of the parties to this suit nud of those claiming under them. ROBERT C BOMBS, JAS S DOWNS. Trustees. I Dec 12. 1807—ts. CiK\t'iUiurioA m \<>nck. Benjamin Pembroke, \ s, Edward S Abell, Admrof I liobcrl Thonips >n, Maria ' Thompson a*u! otiu'is. .No Ss N K BV virtue of author: v vested in me as Clerk of the Circuit t'>urt for St Many’s "county, bv the “C-odo of Public General Lr\v> of tliH N..ue, it is hereby ordered, that the ~ Auditor’s Report, tiled in thinciuisr.be r.itific>l and confirmed, unless cams' to (tic contrary be shown on >r befire the third Monday of Jan., next ; provi led a copy of tins order l*e inserted m the St Mary ’s licaeon once a wdek for |hree successive weeks prior to the third Monday of Jan., next. .1 NO A BA MALI KB. Cl’k. True copy—Test: ‘ - .IN o'A CAM Ald Eli. Cl’k. Dec. 12, 1867—3 w. v’ THE MARYLAND BRICK MANUFACTURING COM PANY MACHINES. COUNTY AND YARD RIGHTS FOR X : s^;’ SALE. For part*cul*r, address Thoi. 0. Mc- Guire, Bcretnry, No. U N. Calvert street or P. 0. Box 290 Baltimore, Md. Dm 19, LWT—liu, ! Administrators’ Sale RE a yn ATE BY virtue of an order from the Or phans’ Court of Saint Mary’s coun ty, the undersigned, Administrators of .Joseph Morgan, late of said county, de ceased, will offer at Public Sale, at the Store of George H. Morgan, in Chaptico District, on Saturday, the 4th day of Janu ary next. between the hours of 10 o’clock, a. rn., and 4 o’clock, p. m., the following real es* Ut#, to wit: Uue tract or parcel of land called GOTO, r located near the village of Chaptico. in Chaptico District, Saint Mary’s couu’y, Maryland, adjoining the land of Aqnilia Burroughs, Esq., and containing 40 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE:' One half of the purchase money in cash and the balance in twelve months—tin deferred payment to lx? scour red by the l oud of the purchaser, with security to be approved by the administrators, and to bear interest Irotn the day of sale. GKO. H MORGAN, ANN E. MORGAN, Admrs. of Joseph Morgan. Doc. 12, 1807—ts. WM. BISCOE, Permanent and Transient lipar ding, NO. 103 HANOVER ST , lietireen Conuin and Control/, Half imore. Nov. 7, 1807—if. umm_ Norn. District Court of U. States ) for the District of Md. f In the matter of Nelson Conrad, bank rupt, District of Md., S. S. riiiiis is to give notice, That on the X 7th day of November, 1807, a war rant of bankruptcy was issued out of the District Court of the United States for I the District of Maryland, against the es | tate of Nelson Conrad, of Leonard Town, in the county of Saint Mary’s, in said dis trict, adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe tition : That the payment of any debts and the any property belong ing to such bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and the transfer of any property by him arc forbidden by law ; and that a iiioetin 4 * he creditors of said bankrupt to • ’ debts and to choose one or ' of his estate, will be held ankruptev, to be holdeu „e of Shelby Clark, in Up- Marllnirough, before Shelby Clark, Es<|r., Register in Bankruptcy for said district, on the 17th day ot December, A. D., 1807, at 11 o’clock. a. in. WASHINGTON BOMFA NT, U. S. Marshal for said District. Dec. 12, 1807—2 t. LAST NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that all persons indebted townie must call and make settlement of the amount due on or : before the Ist day of January, 1808, ; otherwise their claims will be placed in j the hands of proper officers lor collection, without reservation or distinction of par ties. J. W J. MOORE. Washington Hotel. Dec. 12, 1807 —id. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. TVJ OTK’E is herein given that the subscriber Xv lias obtained from the Orphans' Court of St Marv s eouutv. Mil , letters of administration on tin* personal estate of tJustav us 1* Rriseoe, late , oi'St Man s county . deceased. All ].ersons hav ing elaims against the said deceased, are hereby j yy.irned to exhibit tlu >ame with the projK-r vouch- | i ers thereof, to the subscriUr, on or Ik-to re the j : iilstdav of June, Vst'.S, othervv ise they may be j exeluaed b\ law from nil benefit ot the said cs- | ! tate. Given under mv hand this 1-th day of . Dec., li>u7. C W Cl- AOC.ETT, Aduunistralur. Dec 12, ISCT—<w. ’ co.yyi hm a77 o.v \o net:. B G Harris, vs Jo H Maddox & ti F Maddox. In the Circuit l\uirt for St Mary’s rotiniy. sitting as a Court of Equity. ORDERED by tlivaCknirt. that the report of G Harris, Trustee, in this ease ; , tiled this day, lie ratified and confirmed, mi- I less cause to the contrary l>e sliown on •r,lx v - I tore the ‘JOth of Jan , 18*' ’ provided a copy of this oriier be inserted in the St. Mary s Beacon, once a week lor three raiceessivc weeks, Ivfcfore Uie Ist d*y of Jan., 18**8. The report states that the property v “White Hall" sold fof.forty-fivehHdred Joi- Urs. . - - o’ '•> ' 1 , ■ R FORD, Associate Judge. True copy —Te§t:. t , JN(' A CAMAtIER I( Crk. IVc 5, 1807—3w.' v „ v ' _ __ t roll SHKJtH'f', . a. i •- ,V I ~n JOHN SBADIUCK anhpqncwl -'kt • cwndlUat.ti for Shenrf at th* ehedlron of .4P<T.I and will la? warmly *UplK)rt©d Jy his friends throughout the couufcjs swutrep|*ecilly by tlu Factory Diftnct. ie7. s 1,000,000 IN WATCHES, FOB SALK OS THE POrVLA* ONE PRICE PLAN. GIVI NO EVERY PATttoN A HANDSOME & RELIABLE WATCH, Fur the low of Ten DoUart ! WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE | And not to be paid for unless perfectly salufac torr. DX) Solid Gold Hunt g Watches, $250 to SI,OOO 100 Magic Cased Gold N\ atchcs, 200 to 5'X) . 100 Ladies Watches, enameled. 100 to 300 2<>o Gold Hunt’g Cbron. Watches, 250 to 3-J0 2*B) “ “ English Ix?vers, 200 to 250 300 11 “ Duplex Watches, 150 to 200 f,OO 41 44 Arner’n Watches, 100 to 250 500 Silver Hunting Levers, 50 to 150 500 “ 44 Duplexes, 75 to 250 suO Gold Ladies Watches, 50 to 2:*o 1.000 Gold Hunting lupines, 60 to 75 1.000 Miscellaneous Silver Watch**. 60 to 100 2,500 Hunting Silver Watches, 25 to 50 5.000 Assorted Watches, all kinds, 10 to 75 jr-if Every [nitron obtains a atch by this arrangement, costing but $lO, while it mar be worth SI,OOO. So partiality shown. We wish to immediately dis[*ose of the al*ove magnificent stock;- Certificates, naming the ar-| ticirs. are placed in sealed envelopes and well i niiwd. Holders are entitle*! to the articles nam- | ed on their certificate u|*on [niyment of ten dol- j lots, whether it l*e a watch worth $ 1.000 or one I worth less. Tlio return of any of our cirtitieates entitles v'ou to the article named thereupon, u[*on pavinent, irns[H*rtivc ot its worth, and w on ar ticle valued bvs Hum >lO is-tiauvai im any certi ficate, it will at once be seen that this is No Lottery, hut a straightforward legitimate bus iness transaction, which may be participated in . even by the most fivstidjous I ‘ single certificate'w ill be sent by mail, post paid, on the receipt of 25 i ts., fiyy, for elevel# lor $2 thirtv-three and Gega'iq pni'miuniiivlor $5, -ixtv-six'and more variable premium tbrSIJL one hundred and most superb Wiiteb for , To Agents, or those wishing employment, this Gj a rare opportunity. ‘ It is a legitimately cundue- ' ted business, diilv authorized by the (lovemmeiit, and open to ihe most farisfut, scrutiny. -Try us. WRIGHT, HRO., iX (,’U., Importers. - . 101 Broad Ne\v York. Oct. 17, 1807 —Cm. . W S E M S’ Transportation Une to Patux ent River. ON nud aft.-r FRIDAY, the 15th o M arch, the Steamers GEORGE WEEMS and PLANTER will run ae follows ; The rjeorff** %V*oiis will leave her wharf, i\. 1 Tobacco Warehouse, every r RIDA Y MORNING, at 0 o'clock, for Pa tuxent River, proceeding as far up as Hill’s Landing. Returning, will leave Hill’s Land ing every MONDAY MO It N TNG for Benedict, leaving Benedict every TUESDAY MORNING, at ti o’clock, for ling at all the Landings below Benedict far - passengers only. Freight received every Thursday up to 4 o’clock, p. m. The FLANTEK will leave the same wharf every SATURDAY MORNING, at 6 o’clock, proceeding as far up the River as } Benedict. Returning, will leave Benedict very "MONDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock, f.*r Baltimore —leaving Baltimore every WEDNESDAY” MORNING, at 6 o’clock for Solomon’s Island—leaving Solomon’s Is land every THURSDAY MORNING for Baltimore, calling at Fair Haven and Plumb Point each trip, going and returning. All freights must be pre-paid, and received on Tueeday and Friday up to 4 o'clock, p. m. M. L. \VEEMS, Agent, March 21. 18G7— tf. FOR SALE. FOR sale one of the most desirable STORE HOUSES AND DWEL LINGS in the county, with STOCK OF GOODS, consisting, principally, of GRO CERIES and DOMESTICS. The store house and dwelling are situated in the town of Chaptico, St. Mary’s county, Md., and the store-house is one of the best stands for business in the county. The dwelling and store, if not sold, will be rented.— Terms liberal, both for the goods and* property. C C SPALDING. Chaptico, Md. Sept. 19, 18(57—3m S- . ■ Whiskers ami Mustaches to grow upon the smoothest face in from three to five weeks by using Dr. SEVIGNE’S restauatueiß Capil- LAI RE, the most wonderful diseovery in mod- 1 I pm science,actit.g upon tljC IVar Hair irr ,an almost miracaloiiß manYftfr. It has been used by ihe elite of. Paris and Londdn with the most tlaiering success. Names of all purha sers will be registered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in every instance, the money will be carefully refunded. Price by mail, sealed nud postpaid >!. Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Address HEKCtiR, SHUTTS& Co , Chemists, No. 285 River Street, Troy >. V. Sole agentsf*r the United States. Dee 20. 18fi tf 1 I A DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE. I will sell at private sale the farm on which R F Neale now resides, located 1 on 51 Clement’s Bay. in Chaptico District) and known jis “ PART OF BT. WINI FRED'S FREEHOLD.” This Farm con tains 230 act es of land, more or less, ami h is good Orchards upon it. having about a thousand hearing PEACH 1 REES. A u.orc particular discription is not deemed necessary at this time, and all persons de- 1 sirous of purchasing arc invited to call and j view the land. The terms are. one-half cash, the bal ance on liberal terms as to time, subject to agreement, or made known ‘on applies- j lion to the undersigned,, whoso po*t office is the Hoad uf St. Cleuicnt’s Bay, Md. MARY J, NEALE. Nov. 28, Dk7—to. __ * ~ | *kkk Ptbr. ' T. Baker Dyer. J. DY ER & CD. ‘ FOR W.Ut DING ' i , and COMMISSION MERCHANTS • ‘ FOR TftK SALK OF Flour, Grait! * Country Produce Generally, No 80 Light street Wbart. Pi ticular attention paid to order] ot Fertilizers of all kinds; ai*o Groceries | and U‘lUor*. tug 2D, 1807—Om ..—• T , 7 r , Dr. Wistar* Balsam of Wild Cherry. In the whole history of medical discoveries no j remedr has performed so many or such remarka- | i hie cures of the numerous affections of the Throat, : Lungs, and Chest, as this long-tried and justly j celebrated Balsam. So generally acknowledged ; ■ is the superior excellence of ibis remedy that but 1 few of the many who have tested its virtues by experience fail to keep it at hand as a speedy and certain cure for sudden attacks of Cold—fully i believing that its remedial powers are comprehen sive enough to embrace every form of disease, j from the slightest cold to the most dangerous svmptom of pulmonary complaint. UNSOLICITED TESTIMONY. From Rev. Francis Lobdell, poster of the South Con-regational Church. Bridgeport, Connect!- i cut. “I consider it a duty which I owe to suffering j humanitv to bear testimony to the virtues of Dr. Wistar’s’Balsam of Wild Cherry. 1 have used it w hcn I have had occasion for any remedy for ; Coughs, Colds or Sore Throat—for many years, j and never in a single instance has it failed to relieve and core me. 1 have frequently been very hoarse on Saturday, and looked forward to the delivery of two sermons on the following day j with sad misgivimrs. but by a literal use of the j Balsam mv hoarseness has invariably Wn ret no- j ved. and 1 have prearlied without dilhculty . 1 commend it to mv brethren in the ministry, and to public speakers generally, as a certain ( remedy for the bronchial troubles to which nc are peculiarly exposed." ■ Prepared by SKW W; TOWI.E * SON.. 18 VramonfSt., Boston, and for saleriy Druggists generally. ' ‘J'., - GRACE’S TiVim Mr. E. Tuyker, Depot Master at Sallsbu % \ '■ ry, Mass. “I have been trembled for years humur jjjomertmes qutw ardly m- i , wantlv,, During’ io p.stysumnrrt tt >nn.Mi; I itself more tltiifi ueiml ontwardlx. and J-t\.b 1 your ,Salve. Ail’sign* f it haw sttiee dvappear ; id.'without affecting hie inwardly, indicaiqegvb; think, the enuli.atLng nature id' the-rialVe. ’ SKTU AV. FOWLE iS . Boston. Proprietors,. Sold by Drueg sts at 25 V*. * box.Seni-by toad fur 35 cfs. , , Dec. 5, lm. \ : : \ - f ' NOTICE TO NOTICE is.hereby given,- that the subscriber, has obtained from the Orphans’, Cdljrfof St. Mary s County, Maryland; of adminis tration on tlie personal estate Qf .fas 151 lumspsom late of St. Marv s euunly, deeetised. - ArbpoTMlns having claims against Unpaid deeded are here by warned to exhibit the same " prC'l'CT -ouchcrs thereof, to the on or before the 1 -’tii day of June, otherwise they ni^w be excluded by law from all benefit of the -sum estate. Given under-my 'hand tpis ;th day o I>cc 18 ° *' ' J PAUUAN CRANE, Administrator. Dec 5, IS7—4w. . ; • NOTICE TO CREDITORS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the suherihefs have obtained from tly.-Orphans’ Court of St Mary’s Countv, Maryland, JigtldrS of adminis tration on the ju rsoiial estate of Surah \\ an . late of St. ..Mary’s . county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibinho same with pro ,H r vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, on er be fore the 12th day vf June. 1 SOS, otherwise tliey mav V.e excluded by law froiuOUl' berteht ot* the said estate. Gi‘v;en under our otn ■ U -’ ' l8C ’ : )1 * IHi'll TIT.NKU,. \ - JOHN F TI'UNER, . Adiuiaistrut*.*. ‘ Dec. .5, 161—4 w. - -’> ‘ \ - i • 1# * •\' | ON application of Thos. 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SCIIKNCK’S MAN HU K K PULS .ore Sick Headache, and all disorders of the Liver ndicated by sallow skin, coated longue, cos iveness, drowsiness, and u general feeling of weariness and la-situde, showing that tlie liver is in a torpid or obstructed condition. t,r' v ’‘ l In short these I’il.U may be used with advan tage in all easesiwMien a.purghfii e ytv. medicine is require*!." ,* (c* , Please ask for “pr B<'tunek ’s Mhmirake Pills” and observe that tliC YvVolikenes.spß'of the 1 too tor are on the Government tamp —one when in the last stage of ’Corfsumption, and the other in his present health. ■ r ■ .ces u ‘> Sold by all Druggists and dealers PnVy lents per box. PrmcijMil Office, No J 5 NoVtb (>tb Sireft, Philadelphia), Pa- General Wholesale Agents ; D<nrr\k Barnes * Co., 21 i’ark Hew, New■ York ; 8 8 Hanee, 108 Haltimore St.. Baltimore, ■ Md. ; John D I’ark, N E cor of Fourth anil Walnut St., Cin cinnati, Ohio ; Walker* Taylor, 134 and 130 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, /.I. ; Collins Broth ers. southwest corner of Second and Vine Nia. . SV Louts, Mo. CON FIRM A 7 JON NOTICE, Johns Hopkins Sf others. • vs. \ Thomas W. Gough. • Jn the C renit Court for St Many’s county, sitting as a Court of Equity. > ORDERED, this 22nd day of Nov., IH*7; that the sale made and reported' by IV- V*r W. Crain and B. O. Harris, Trustee*, for thtf sal of the real estate in this cause mentioned, lie ratified and confirmed union* cause to tbo contrary be’ shown on or before the 23rd day of De cember next ; provided a copy of Gris or ; der l)e inserted in the St Mary’s Itmeon, j once a week for three successive weeks piior i to the said 23rd day of December next. The report states thu amount of stiles to be $22,000.; D. 11. MAG RUDER. Associate J udge. True copy—Test: UNO A CA MALI Ell, Cl’k. Nov 28, 1807 3w. NOTICE. ffMIE subscriber having permanently loca ted himself o|ip*>Hte the Race I rack, ) Leonard Town, is prepared to do all kinds of i REPAIRING TCijPAKRI jn| w 1 BUGGIES, Arc , ami wii! also QjSjkS&Z MA K R and 11E PAIR C A RTS >2- *-and WAGGONS at llieshortest no.i'-y. All j kinds of BLACKSM iI 11 MORK will lie ( done wJlfh neatness and dispatch. Being also i prepared with proi*>r materials for A/A KI N< i and ntniishing O )FFI .VS, he will give Li | personal and Prompt attention Wl'l’H UEsVit.SK- to FUN KIIALS in aay part of the county. Charges “dll be moderate and the patro nage pf the.public is respectfully solicited. BORB-SHOEING £i.r,o BANDING WHEELS. sl. J.J. JARBOE. may 16, I9b7—ly. NOTICE OF DIVIDEND. ON application of George 11. Morgan and Ann K Morgan, mlmrs., of Jos. Morgan, late of St. Mary’s county deceased, it is ordered by the* Court, that tbo said Administrators notify the creditors of the said deceased to file their claims against said deceased iu the office of the Register of Wils for .Sa.nt Mary’s county on or before the. 3 l>t day •>! February, 18G8. for dividend, and that tins order !*e publislied once a week in each week until the said 31st day of February next. 'lest JAS.T. M. It A LET. Register of VViU for At. Mary’s county. Nov. ‘2l, 1867 td, STEAM, GAS AND , Water Pipes IOILKR FLUES. And all kind) of Brass and Iron Fitting*, Tools. Sir., for Steam and Gan Fitter’s use. -; Bent- The best and Largest assortment tfl* the city, and at greatly reduced prices. Scud for Price List. J B Fullkr, 47 I fey Great, Nww York city, tug 2®, 1867 —4oi. LOOK TO YOUR INTh RE T ! LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST 11 LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!!! * I HAVE the honor to announce to my friends an>i the public, that 1 have just returned trom l! New York and Philadelphia markets with FULL STOCK OF NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS, i which 1 hare purchased at great advantage and w ill sell lower than 1 have o'er Gvn able to sell the same quality of goods (adore, and lower, lso, than they can be purchased vUc" her? iu ihj evuaty. I generallte, as follows j READY-MADE CLOTHING a very full and fino assortment, for boys as well as men, which I : am able to sell at prices nearly as low as betorfl j the w ar. MEASURES TAKEN* and CLOTHING MADE Tt ORDER at the shortest notice, in the best manner and in the latest DID Gin'PS. [ Dress Goods, j.artienlarl\ Bhaw Is Jackets ('oats. \e . "hu li are ot the verv latent stvles: and all ar’ules usually found, under tais division of goods ; i BOOTS arid BIIOKS. men's. Ladies’ and boy’s, a | lull stock, bought low and will be sold low ; 11 VTS and CAPS a complete assortment, which j lam selling atless than Baltimore prices , GENT’S FURNISHING G(U>DS, embracing ui> I der-sliirls uud all other articles belonging '• | that dep.irimeat. Thankful to mv friends an I tin public for their 1 past gen • rons . m onragi inent, I resjieettnllv so 1 licit tt eoniimiiimv of their t'.ivivrs, promising them better bargains in future than e'er. "■O" Remember the New Store, adjoining, an I North of Fenwick s Hotel. F. WILE, Loouardtowu, Wd. Oct 24, 1807—if. Sherwood House AND ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Corner of Faj cite ntul Harrison sticetd, (opposite the Maryland Institute,) Baltimore, V'. Mil. f BMIF. abova well known House has ro ’ I cent ly been o|H-ucl by C. P. D vr.tarG. formerly of the American Hotel, W aaluug , VOll, D. C.. and Las capacity to accomim , date over a hundred people with lou ini , and has capacious mid nicely furnished rooms for lamdies. Connected with the House also is a ladies’ iliuingyoum. Dio strictest order is maintained and accommo dating servants always at call The House is open at ail Vw.urs. TU •>>!, * Hotel ..1K,., th - plan of the bherwood House is. that the guest can accommodate tlie prion , ol his living to his own wishes, paying only 1 for what he gets. Tlie Sherwood House has recently been newly furnished mid relit ton, ; ni.d. being in a central and business part of the cuv, offers unusual inducements to Ira ■ vellers. A fair trial is asked, anil patronage from 6t. Mary’s county solicited. Cl* BARNARD, Ajfent. sept 19, IBfiT — tf. IJTLCI % v \\ . I,HRrt£Ufr 'ITORWARN all; persona (rorti Negotiating for or receiving tw > notes of mine drawn and made payable to Thomas f, : FreeinaiU;tetrd it) 1y67,1 y 67, for -SSO each—also/ foy,#4frHating or pay ing a not of BotrtuVl Ridgeway. ‘f Bur lington, county, Nevt <4ersey, drawryn fa vor of Wjlliam II Kelly by me fltotgn cd to till) said Frcenmn', fluted 1 of March. 1807, for $ WG. because said were obtained through fraud. . u ' WM II KELtfiY% Oct 17, 1867—1 t. IbUSMSS_ IWiOXJib. r| sIJ K public are hereby informed, that V' 1, 2 \-' Kknwick, Agent for tlie undersign ed, lias just returned from Baltimore city with a large and well selected assortment of , j (’.(K)DS, W A KE.S and MERGIIA N1) IS1:. j including every thing usually kept for sale in ,j a <ir h t clans country store. (ioixis of every description wifi bo s-M low, csju'eially fur (. VSII, and every 1 D * rc will Ik,- made lo give entire aatrsfaclion to the public, ’ The very large Stork of BOOTS A SHOES on hand. pHor tithe late purchases, will U ! sold MUCH BELOW COST, as it is the iii*,r 11 1i<‘li of tlie miih-rSgiK-d to ebe out fIH c*iitir 01l btock of whitcvcr tiec bis cii'lomers may leinand. Call aip! *oe for yourselves at my old sturej formerly coudiKlwl by N. Conrad. JOHN S. EDWARDS. Lconardtown, Md. Oct. 24, 18g7—tf. R. MOCKS'* E, WUOPKAf,K AND KKTAII. DKALER IN BOOTH, SHOES, HATS AND CABS, No 200 West Bratt, Street, Cor of Charles, BALTIMORE. Men’s Boots and Shoes made to order. Country buyers will find it lo their in terest to give me a call. Oct 17, 1867—2 m. BOARDING. Y|US. JC. M4LBUUN, formerly *of St ItJ. Mary’s, Ikm taken the house No. 32, Hanover Si, BaM., between Baltimore St and Lombard, and is prepared to receive pruiw*> raent and transient. boardCra.* Dee. 7th. 18*;6—tf. FOR SHERIFF., Thankhil to my friends fur the Bbeial tnls I received at tho late election, t announr * myself as a candidate for Sheriff in H46U and rcs[)ectfully solicit their support and that of the public generally, I> R ABEIJ,. i Nov li. IWV.