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Pakifx M. Coolsy I
va. " In the Circuit Court for j
Cninni Cooi.ey ' Harford County—ill-j
nud oiberg. ting in'Equity.
MMIE object of the hill filed in litis cause.
-1- is u>, obtain a decree for the. sale ol
the real estate therein mentioned.
The Bill slates that the complainants,;
Daniel M. Cooley, Corbin Cooley, Sarah '
Aim Jeffery, wife of Thomas J cilery, Eli
zabeth 8. Spink, wife of S. L. Spink, M ir- )
garel R. Clime, wife of Win. 11. Clime,
Adaline Cooley, Maria Baker, wife of Sim- j
eon Baker, and James, Eliza, William, I
Charlotte, Nancy, Robert and Rebecca j
llerberson, are jointly seized in fee as ten-1
ants in common of several tracts or par-|
cels of lan I, lying in Harford comity, viz ,
a farm or parcel of land, composed of parts j
of two tracts called “Friendship” and |
“Triple Union,” containing about 108 1
acres; another farm or parcel of land,con- !
taming about 87 acres, called “Friend
ship,” mid another parcel of land, com
posed of parts of two tracts called “Friend
ship” and “Triple Union,” containing
about 40 acres.
That the said Daniel M. Cooley, Cor
bin Cooley and Surah Ann Jedery are each |
entitled to an undivided filth part tiiereof; '
that the said Elizsbeth S. Spink, Margaret
R. Chine ami Adaline Conley to another
undivided fifth part thereof, in equal pro
portions, the said Maria D.ker to one- ;
tenth part thereof, and ilm said James, <
Eliza, V\ illiam, Charlotte, Nancv, Robert,
and Rebecca llerberson to one-tenth part;
thereof, in equal proportions.
The Hill further shows and avers that!
the said lands are .incapable of partition
among the several parties entitled, without
loss and manifest injury, and that it would
be to the advantage of all the parties that;
the same should he sold, hut that a sale
raiinot be effected without the interposi
tion of a Court of Equity.
Thai ihesaid Adaline Cooley, and the said j
Nancy,Charlotte, Roheilaml Rebecca Her- |
berson are infants under the age r.f twenty- !
one years, and that the said S. L. Spink and
Elizabeth his wife, William H. Chine and
Margaret R. Chine his wife, Adaline Coo
ley, Simeon Baker and Maria his wife.and
the said William, Nancy and RobcrtJler- i
berson are non-residents, living beyond 1
the limits of die Slate of Maryland.
The Bill then prays for a sale of said |
lands and order of publication against the j
said non-resiilonls, warning them to appear
by some certain day in this Court, and
answer the allegations of (he Bill.
It is thereupon ORDERED, this 24th
day of October, 1864, that the complain
ant, by publication of this order in some
newspaper printed in Harford county, once
in each of fozr successive weeks three
months before the 28th day of February
next, give notice to the said S. L. Spink
and Elizabeth S., his wife, William H.!
Chine and Margaret R., his wife, Adaline
Cooley. Simeon Baker and Maria, Ids wife,
and William, Nancy and Robert llerber-i
son to lie and appear in this Court, either
in person or by some solicitor thereof, on
or before the said i!Bth day of February
next, and answer ilie allegations of the
said Bill, and show cause, if any they
have, why a decree should not puss as |
prayed; and in default ef such appearance
ami answer, the Bill will be taken as con
lessed against them.
WM.If. DALLAM, Clerk.
True copv, Test,
WM. 11. DALLAM, Clerk, j
oei2S
Central Stove House.
The place to gel cheap STOVES is at
the earner of Gay and Harrison
street , adjoining the Bridge.
Tt7ILLIAM GLUCK respectfully in-
VV forms his country friends, that hoi
has the latest, best and most improved 1
Stoves in the city, comprising Cook, Par-,
lor ami Counting Room Stoves, of every '
description. Among the number is the i
WM. PENN IMPROVED, for wood or j
IAGARA COOK. ROYAL ( OOK j
and STUART’S Patent COOK STOVE,
FAIRY QUEEN PARLOR STOVE, am!
all sizes of EGG ami other STOVES,
which he can recommend as good, art! :
begs his friends to give him a call before
purchasing elsewhere.
Also. TIN, COPPER and SHEET
IRON WARE, in great variety.
SPOUTING, &.e„ at
tended to promptly.
WILLIAM GLUCK,
Central Stove House,
Gay Street Bridge, Baltimore.
07-4 m
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
'I'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the snb
• srril pr has obtained from the RegWfcr of i
Wills qf Harford county, Md., Letters of A dmin
tration on the personal estate of
JOSEPH B. J. ONION,
late of Harford County, dcc’d. All persons hav
ing claims against said deceased are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, with the legal vouchers
thereof, on or before tiie
1 Uhday of October, ISCS,
or they may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand and seal this 11 th day
of October, 18C4.
LLOYD D. ONION,
of* Administrator.
r |MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RE
i sinned the practice of his profession,
tenders his professional services to the
public.
Office, at present, next door to Steven
son Archer’s, up stairs.
1 WM GALLOWAY.
A. PRESTON GILBERT,
ATT OB NET AT
Ur I .dir, Md.
Office with 11. D. Farnandis, Esq.
Imb id
tfnsßSfc. 3DHWa?IST.y.
(Bit. J. O. DANCE.
hu JTIT’ SURGEON DENTIST,
R-spectfully informs the citizens of Harford fV, 1
that lie is pn.-|>.irtai iu perform all operations ap
peruining to his profession, in the most siaeni -
(Sc mitmier, mid with as little pain ns possihli.,
He will be found in liol-Air, at his olTire, the
fi.st part of each week and on all public days, j
Ail conmunicitious udd.cssi.d w. him will be 1
promptly atutadwl tu. jo9-ty
MAETENETS
MAP Of MARYLAND.
' _ •
rpifE lespectfully in-
X form the citizens of Harford county ,
i that ho is about completing his large ami I
j very lull MAP OF MARY LAND, for
which purpose he has been for seven
j years past surveying anil publishing .Maps
of various counties. He is now making a ;
thorough new survey of Harford and the j
j remaining counties, and will shortly have
j published and for sulc, hi* final and per- ,
, feet
I MAP OF MARYLAND.” j
| which he designs shall he equal if not su
j perior to any State Map in the Union.
Every public road in the Stale will be |
jaccnrtitffv shown, from actual surveys, j
and public plares, such as Post-offices, j
Churches, Stores, Mills, Schools, i§c.
The Maps will he about six by four. I
feet in size, ami on a large scale, sufficient I
to show everything clearly ami distinctly, I
ami even mote pet feed v shown than on ■
most county maps, as everything contained
| on the county maps will he given,except- i
1 ing only the farm-houses, which could
not he crowded on a State Map, and many
additional improvements made, such as ,
the distances on the roads from one mail t
crossing to another, the depth of naviga- j
hie waters in the Bay, Rivers, Creeks.
See., and everything that may be useful i
: and interesting concerning the State.
There being no correct Map of HAR
FORD COUNTY, the citizens will find
this both a very complete and correct i
Comity Map, as well as Stale Map. '
Particular care will he taken that every- 1
| thing shown shall he accurate and precise, ,
that the Map may be/oimd complete and i
reliable in all respects, so that all qnes- t
' lions concerning localities in our State 1
| that may arise, can be settled by reference
| to it. i
He refers for style of finish aijd aecn- 1
racy, to his County Maps of Cecil, Kent,
Howard, Anne Arundel, Prince George,
Carroll and Montgomery, and as an ear- 1
nest of his final State Map, with the im- I
provements of the last seven years’ expo- '
riencc; ami for further minute 'descrip
tion of the same, refers to hand hills, |
which will he posted throughout the coun
ty hv his Agent. ,
CHARLES WHITAKER, of Forest J
Hill, is the sole Agent for Harford county, <
and will ealLon the citizens and receive
names of subscribers, to the time of publi
cation, and can give further information,
as well as the publisher, to those desir- ,
ing it.
The price to subscribers will be TEN
DOLLARS, per copy. The price to non- 1
subscribers mav ho higher according to i'
* n *3 1 J
the cost of Map-materials after publication.
SIMON J. MARTENET,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
No. (3Smith St, Baltimore,
N. D.—lnformation of localities in this !
or other counties that may be of value to i
the Map will be thankfully received, and j
made use of.
sept 23
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
'PHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
[ sc filler has obtained from the Register ot
Wills ofllurford county, Mil , Letters of Admin- j
istrniiun on the personal estate of
SARAH J. BAY',
late of said county, deceased. All persons having i
claims against said deceased, arc hereby noti- j
lied to exhibit the same, with the legal* vouch- i
era thereof, on or before the
B th day of September, 1803,
or they may otherwise by law be excluded from
nil benefit of said estate.
All persons indebted to said estate are requ-f a j
ed to make immediate payment.
Given under roy hand apd ser.l this Bth day j
of September, 1804.
KENNEDY BAY,
| sept!) Administrator.
ADMINSTRATOR’S NOTICE.
Tins IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
seriher lias obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters of Admin
istration on the personal estate of
WINFRED KELLY,
hiteofsaid county, deceased. All persons having
claims against said deceased, are hereby notified
to exhibit the same with the legal vouchers (here
of, oil or before the
13 th day of October, 1865,
or they may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate.
All persons indebted to said estate arc request
ed to make immediate payment.
Given under my baud and seal, this 13lh dav i
of October, 18C4.
ALFRED W. BATEMAN, ,
014 Administrator.
r PO BE SOLD—for want of use, a gontl
i pair of small CARRIAGE HORSES,
and two of the best EXPRESS WAGONS j
in the country. ,
J. CRAWFORD NEILSON.
Glenville I*. 0., Harford Co. .Md.
scpidO
SORGHUM MILL.
THE undersigned has erected a mill for j
the Grinding of S’FGAR CANE, and
intends giving to this branch of his business
much attention. This mill is attached'to
his FLO URI NG ami SAW MILL,
where the public can at ull limes be ac- j
commodated with anything in Ins line,
apl JOSEPH R. WETHER ILL.
RAN AWAY from the subscriber, on
j TUCKER, on apprentice, aged about 16
! years. All persons are hereby warned
against harboring said apprentice, as the
law will be enlorced against such to the
! fullest extent.
1 oil JOS. E. MAYNADIER.
j _ CISTRAY,
CIAME to the farm of the subscriber, liv
) ing near Sandy Hook, about the lust
| of July, 1864, a Brimlle STEER, with a
t slit in the left ear, ami appears to he about !
i 4 years old.
The owner is hereby requested to come
forward, prove property, pay charges and
idle him away
| "11 JAMES SMITHSON.
TOB PRINTING of every description
J neatly executed at this office.
J. D. LINTON,
151 Korth High street, Baltimore,
MANUFAcrraru ov
\
KELICK & QUICE’S
Two-Horse Power,
! . j
WITH PATENT COMBINED THRESHER
AND WINNOWER,
WITH SMITH’S PATENT REVOLVING I
RAKE CONNECTED.
THE subscribers are now iniildinjrn new Trend
Power, one of llieirown improvement,which \
they have tested in connection with their com
bined Thresher and Cleaner, and would say to
the public abroad, that they can now furnish a
more complete Two-horse Power nod Thresher,
than has ever before been offered. The Power
is so geared (hnt it runs with' a very slow step
for (he horses, and needs but little elevation to
give motion to the Thresher and Cleaner.
The Power and Winnower is connected by one
straight belt, running it ns nn Overshot Machine,
making it an improvement over the Undershot
one, by its not being so liable to carry through
stones, slicks, &c., that may he gathered up w ith
the grain. No other combined Thresher and
Winnower is so simple, and easily put into oper
ation. Its extreme width is 9 feet ; length 11
(eet; height 3 feet; and neighs about 80(1
pounds. The Thresh r, Rake, Separator and
Winnower, are arranged iu one strong frame, so 1
that the machine is shipped in one piece, and
moved when set for use without being taken
apart. The Revolving Rake is so arranged, that'
ns the grain is fed in and passed from the cylin
der, it divides the straw from the grain and car
ries it through and over a Separator or Shaker,
obviating a great difficulty that other Winnow
ers are liable to, in carrying over grain with the ;
straw, which bus heretofore been so much com-!
plained of.
With two medium sized horses or mules, they ’
will both thresh and clean, and in such a manner
that the common Fanning Mill is dispensed with
entirely ; two men and two boys will thresh and
bag 150 to 175 bus! els ot wheat, or 300 bushels
of oats per day, w ith ease.
There are two sizes of these machines. The
lerge size, or No. !, is generally run by lever;
power. Either of these machines can be run with
any lever power. The No. 1 Machine, with 2
or 3 horses to a lever power, with 6 or 7 hands,
will thresh and bag 200 to 225 bushels of wheat
per day, ready for market. These machines are
warranted to give satisfaction.
Price of No. 1 Thresher and Cleaner in
Baltimore, $160: No. 2. $140; two-horse tread
Power and Thresher and Cleaner, wrenches, oil
cans, &c., complete. $260.
Also on hand and fur sale the celebrated
BRALEY & PITT’S
THRE3HER AND CLEANER.
As a large Thresher and Cleaner, this machine ''
is warranted to Vie the very best in use. With 7
or 8 horses and 9or 10 hands, they will thresh
nnd clean, ready for market, from 400 to 500
bushels of wheat per day. These machines are
made out of the beat materials, and warranted
to give satisfaction, if properly managed. Or
ders solicited by
J. D. LINTON,
No. 151 N. High street. Baltimore,
Sole Agent for Maryland.
mhl l-tj6s
Dyspepsia and Costiveness
Cured.
D J. TUNNY’S CASE. —JVcw York 1
.Mentor, January 14, 1800—Whether the
: Biandretli Pill is ever convertible into j
; blood, we will not now discus?. But our
; chief object at this lime is to give a state- 1
■ incut of a gentleman who says he has
taken one of the Brandrelh Pills, for at
j least sixteen months, daily, or about 48 J 1
j (lays in succession, and who says that at
! the end of that time he considered h:m
--: self cured of Dyspepsia, attended by a cou
j slant costive slate of bowels, which had
I troubled him for a long time.
This gentleman, Mr. Daniel J. TVttny,
| resides at the Astor House, in this city,
and has been in the enjoyment of excellent
j health ever since he was cured by this
treatment. He is an intelligent man and !
I there is no doubt of truth of his state
ment. This prove?, at least, that as many !
as one of the Pills prepared by Dr. Bran-!
dreth can be taken for nearly 500 days in
succession without harm, ami at the end
of that time a dyspeptic and costive habit
of body may be perfectly cured. This
could not he said of any of the cathartics
in use by those who style themselves the
Regular Faculty. For sale by all re
spective dealers in medicines. my 27
A Card to Invalids
X CLERGYMAN, while tending in
South America as a missionary, dis
covered a safe and simple remedy for the
Cure of Weakness, Early De
cay, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal |
Organs, and the whole train of disorders
brought on by baneful nnd vicious habits 1
Great numbers have been already cured by
ibis noble rent dv. Prompted by a de- ;
sire to benefit the afflicted and unfortu
nate, I will send the recipe for preparing and
using this medicine, in a sealed envelope,
to any one who needs it, Free of Charge.
Please inclose a post paid envelope, ad
dressed to yourself. Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, Bible House, New York City
oct2B
§tl
HMIE next Session of this Institution will
X commence on the first day of Novem-;
\ her and continue five months.
Tuition fees will range from fifteen to j
! twenty dollars per session—one-half in
| advance.
Boarding can be obtained in respectable!
i families in town.
I seplG - T. S. C. SMITH.
SUBSTITUTES!!!
1 k NY Enrolled or Drafted man desirous
j xv of being exempt fran df liability to j
i military duly tor FOUR YEARS, can ac
| complish that object by calling at our of-
I fine, JVT>. 17S South Broadway.
E emption papers carefully prepared.
Advice gratis.
W. H. HEBDEN & CO.
• Oci7 -3;a
j v. TYFLIEISTCI-T
BREAKFAST AND DINNER!
COFFEE.
OV.’IXCJ to tl.p very high price of Coffee, Mid !
the f;rMt dltlicully in procuring a jiood, |
uniform nnd reliable article, our customers have
: ohi n expressed a with that they could he sup- ;
i plied from Hist hands. U was ibo intention ot
! the
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY
j to do a strictly Tea business, lint ns we have had
j some customers living at a distance that have re
j lied upon ns to supply them exclusively with |
I Tea mid Coffee, it being inconvenient for them
j to come to New York, the great Tea and Coffee 1
; Emporium of this country—and ns our Ten j
j Taster was possessed of information relating to a ;
( Coffee that could he furnished at a moderate |
i price, and give universal satisfaction, and at the I
j same time afford the retailer a handsome profit
■ —we have been compelled to supply those par- 1
I ties.
THIS COFFEE HAS BECOME SO POPULAR
with our customers and their sales have increas
ed to such an extent that wc have been compelled
to make large additions to our machinery, w hich i
will enable us to supply a few more customers j
with it. We will therefore send it to those who ,
may order.
IT IS FAST SUPERSEDING ALL OTHER !
COFFEES.
This Coffee has been used for more Ilian a cen
tury iu Paris, and since its introduction into this
country it has been in use by gome of the lead
ing French Restaurants here. The Parisians are
said to be the best judges of coffee ; nnd the great
favor in which it is held by them is the best re
commendation that can be produced for its fine
flavor and healthy effects, upon the human sys- |
tem. • ’ j
We put up hut one grade of this Coffee, and j
that is of a quality that our customers have ‘
| found from experience will give perfect salisfac-|
' tion and meet nlf th ; demands of their trade, it i
is the lowest price that wc can recommend.
We do all our business on the most extensive |
scale, buy by the cargo and sell by the pound at 1
only two cents per pound profit.
Wo pul up this Coffee in Barrels only, of 125 ■
■ Pounds each. This method of putting it up!
saves from two to five cents per pound to the
1 consumer, and by its being in a large quantity j
it retains its fine ilavor much longer in (his form I
than in any othor. We send"with each barrel i
Show Cards, Circulars nnd Posters, to assist the 1
, dealer to introduce it to his customers. Wc hope !
i our customers will lake pains to have them well |
posted up and distributed, as it will be to their 1
; advantage to do so.
This Coffee we warrant to give perfect satisfac- j
tjon, and if it do* not please, the purchaser has !
the privilege of returning the whole or any pact
of it within 60 days, and having his money re
funded, together with nit the expenses of trans
portation both ways.
We issue a Price Circular of our Teas and j
Coffees, which we are glad to send free to all i
who wish it. Consumers of Coffee should en- j
quire for the
| FRENCH BREAKFAST AND DINNER COF- \
FEE,
i and be sure that it was purchased of the
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
• Importers and Jobbers,
35 & 37 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK.
ju!s
BAUGH’S
RAW BONE PHOSPHATE;
Unsurpassed for producing a
Heavy Growth of Wheat and Grass,
AND ALL FALL CROPS,
And Permanently Enriching the Soil.
It contains the Perti'izing Properties of
GUJJVO, BONE, stable ma
nure AND LIME,
i |
Produri vg in many cases larger crops j
; by fifty per cent, than either of the above i
articles when used separately. 1
It i? a highly concentrated manure, be- \
ing made from Bones containing all their {
original animal matter. No Burnt Bones
are used.
It has been used by thousands of far- j
mers in this State, with the highest satis-!
faction It has proved a perfectly reliable
■ substitute for Peruvian Guano, being snf- j
ficiemly quick in its action on the crops,
and in all cases enriching the soil, and it!
! is permanent in its effects.
The demand last Fall was greater than
the supply. It would be well, therefore,!
1 for farmers to send in their orders early, l
! either to the subscriber or to any of his
agents, from whom circulars can be oh- j
' taiued, giving a list of many persons who I
have used it, and certificates.
Price in Baltimore, $75 per 2,000 lbs.,
Cash.
GEORGE DUG DALE,
Sole Agent,
No. 105 Smith’s Wharf, Baltimore.
atts
ESTRAY^
Harford County to Wit.
I HEREBY certify that J. 11. Stokes, of
Harford county, brought before me the |
| subscriber, one of the Justices of the Peace
for Harford county, this 18th day of
October, 1864, as an estray trespassing on j
his enclosures, on or about the 2t?d ofj
August, 1864, a dark red and white Steer, \
supposed to be 4 years old.
Given tinder mv hand.
CHAS. E. M A RKLAN D, J. P. ,
The owner of the above described Steer
is hereby notified to come forward, prove
property, pay charges and take him away,
or it will he sold acccording to law.
021 J. H. STOKES.
STOP!
THINK!! |
DRINK!!! |
fIAEAS only from the Baltimore Tea'
X Company!
TEI AS
Retailed at Wholesale Prices!
BUY TEA FROM THE BALTIMORE I
TEA COMPANY,
! 82 Baltimore street. North side.
82(Baltimore stteet, North side.
82 Baltimore street, North side.
Send your orders to 82 Baltimore st. '
i ju29-3m S. S. M i LLB, Jn. & CO. |
'COAL! COAL!
Baltimore company’s coal,
of the various sizes, and the best)
BLACKSMITH’S COAL, (or sale as low 1
as it can be had in Harford county, ami j
DELIVERED at low rates, if required, j
> R. I. JACKSON,
* Deer Creek Landing.
FINKLE & LYON’S
IMPROVED
I SEWING MACHINES!
FPHE greatest improvement yet in the
X Sewing Machine art. A curiosity
; worth seeing
Please send for circular with sample of
sewing.
These Improved Machines SAVE ONE
HUNDRED PER CENT, of thread and
: silk, and make the LOCK STITCH alike
| on both sides.
They’ require no instructions to oper
| ate perfectly, except the ‘-printed direc
| tinns.”
No change from one kind of
| goods to another.
And no taking apart to clean or oil.
Our New Manufactory
Is now complete, with all its'machinery '
and tools entirely new, and is already rap
! idly turning out Machines, which for
i BEAUTY and PERFECTION of FIN
ISH are not surpassed by any manufac
ture in the world
N* B.—Should any Machine prove tin- I
satisfactory, it can be returned ami money j
refunded.
Agents wanted in counties not canvass
ed by our own Agents.
FINKLE & LYON S. M. CO. i
No. 538 Broadway, New York, i
, J; vl _ i
To the Farmers of Harford! |
GRATITUDE for the liberal patronage
of his friends and the public, with a
desire lor its continuance, prompts the
subscriber to notice, through the press,
! that the stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails
AND
HARDWARE
, On hand has been LARGELY INCREAS
ED, which with
Agricultural Implements,
GUANO S,
sires a ssssSrasb 3 mis
And a superior article of
BOISTE HDXJST, <feC- 3
Is being sold at his old stand, AS LOW
; AS ELSEWHERE in the State, the latter
1 articles deliverable principally at SHU RE’S
LANDING, and at his New Warehouse.
; near STAFFORD, on the Tide Water
i Canal, at which points GRAIN will be
i received at current market rates.
I Having also the agenev for the county
, of Harford of the PRATT &. SMEDLEY
: HORSE RAKE,with a few on band, shall
I be pleased to supply that most invaluable
| Harvester.
COARSE BONE fir sale.
Also. GOVERNMENT 520 LOAN.
for par funds.
R. I. JACKSON,
my29-ly Near Darlington, Md.
uar h w
j HOUSE FURNISHING STORE I
No- 135 N. Gay Street. Baltimore.
| BECEZAIID ARMOUR
Wholesale and retail dealer in
House Furnishing Goods,
ALSO,
WOODEN WARE AND HARDWARE.
| The public are respectfully invited to call and
examine my stock of
tubs, Bvesßxs, caxrursra,
BRUSHES, BROOMS,
Britannia, Japanned and Tin Ware, j
KNIVES AND FORKS, ALBATA SPOONS,
CHINA AND GLASS WARE, I
I
And every other description of Housekeeping
Goods and Wooden Ware, at the very lowest I
prices.
RICHARD ARMIGER,
No. 135 N. Gay street, near High, |
janß Baltimore i
A H. GREENFIELD, |
Corner Main St. & Port Deposit Avenue,
331 All.
Continues to add weekly to his stock I
NEW Sf FRESH SUPPLIES •
OF
SEASONABLE
j
Of every useful and desirable variety, and
offers the same
AT BALTIMORE CITY PRICES.
Terms Cash.
COAL! COAL!
i fIMIE undersigned keeps constantly on
X band *ll kirn sof WHITE and RED
| ASII COAL, which he will sell by the
i cargo or single ton.
JOSEPH M. SIMMONS,
jnl7 Havre-de-Grace, Md.
notice:.
1 HEREBY warn all persons not to trust
my wife RACHEL JANE WALKER,
I as I will pay no debts of her contracting
j —she having left my bed and board with
out cause. GEORGE WALK! R.
I sept 23
DAY WANTED.
I T)RIMR BAILED TIMOTHY HAY wanted at
j I LAPIDUM. Harford county, Maryland, for
i which the HIGHEST CASH PRIOR will U
! paid. ANDREW ABELS, Agent
sept-6. or Davis k Pugh.
11. BURNS DUVALL,
ATTOaSST&TMW,
Jarrctt Buildings,
B*l Air. Md
jFARBERS J OTHERS.
DESIRING to purchase reliable Crop
Producers and Fertilizers, are solici-
I led to give the following a fair trial:
Super-Phosphate of Lime
Of our own brand, containing 3 per cent,
r Ammonia and 12 per cent, soluble Bi-
Phosphate Lime—equal to any sold in
’ this market. Price 875 per ton 2,000 lbs.
BONE TA FETJ,
Composed of Fine Bone Dust and pure
, Night Soil—a very rebable and popular
, | Grain Producer. Price ?50 per ton 2.000
lbs.
POUDPtETTE,
i Of our own manufacture, superior to any
I sold in this city. Price 820 per ton 2,000
! lbs.
| Fine Bone Dust, &c.
In ordering any of the above Fertilizers,
' be sure to sftecify “Zell &. Sons’ ” brand.
■ j We have in store all kinds of Fertiliser*
1 of good repute.
PETER ZELL &. SONS,
Nos. 147 Sc 149 Howard street,
sepi9-2m Baltimore
WHEELER & WILSON
HIGHEST PREMIUM
I mmm
Sewing Machine!
Awarded the higest Premium at the
j WORLD’S FAWT, just held in London,
England, where all the Machines of Europe
. and America were in competition. Also
] at the Industrial Exposition, Palis, France,
! and at every United Slates Fair, at which
1 Sewing Machines were exhibited.
The principal Companies making Sew
ing Machines are Wheeler &, Wilson, I. M.
Singer St Co., Grower & Baker.
Of the Machines made there were sold,
] during the year last reported—
i By WHEELER k WILSON, . . . 21,309
i ! By I. M. SINGER ft C'\, . . . . 10,959
j By GROVER* BAKER, ; . . . 10,280
Showing Wheeler St Wilson’s sales to
be double those of any oilier Sewing Ma
chine Company in the country.
; Office 214 Baltimore Street,
■j febl2 BALTIMORE.'
’! ~
Joseph E. Quinlan,
149 north Gay street,
• SiVISMOIS,
WIJEUF. can be found at all time* a
supply of
OHAWO S,
Super-Phosphate of Lime,
, GROUND BONE. ETC.
DKAUtn is
FLOUR, zm MtAl, HAY, OATS,
MILL FEED AN.D SEEDS,
I UESBSb SS&SSb
And Calcined Plaster.
6tS“ Parlies in want of the above arti
cles would do well to give mo a call.
*• I am at all times buying WOOL,
i for which I am paying the highest Cask
! prices.
rny27 JOS, E. QUINLAN.
AMERICAN
LIFE INSURANCE
AND
TRUST COMPANY,
Of Philadelphia.
CHARTERED IN 1850.
Capital 500,000 Dollars f
• Cash assets, Jan. 1, 1864, 8818,440.64
Branch Office, Mr 5 North street, Bal
timore, Aid.
WILLIAM H. GILPIN,
General Agent.
J Application* for Insurance received by
A. LINGAN JARRETT,
Bel Air, Mil.
j Dn. R. D. Lee, Medical Examiner.
; jeio
I 7-
Wheelwright and Blacksmith Shop
POE SALE.
TPHE subscriber offers for sale, on re*-
j_ onahle terms a WHEELVVRIGHT
and BLACKSMITH SHOP and about
TWO ACHES OF LAND,
The improvements on which consist of •
! good Frame Dwelling House ami Kitchen,
, a good pai’.ed Garden, &c. There is also
, a never-failing well of watei at the door.
This property is situated on the road lead
ing from Bel Air to Upper X Roads, and
about two miles from the former place.
For terms, &c., apply to Jus. VV. Keed
or John T. Lee, Bel Air, or to the sub
scriber. TIIOS. P. SMITHSON.
; nu2o
■ . -
Auctioneer’s Notice.
TRIE subscriber respectfully informs the
JL public that he has taken out License
as an Auctioneer, and will attend to the
sale of REAL AND PERSONAL PRO
PERTY, in all parts of the County, lie
• respectfully solicits a share of the pnblie
• patronage. WM. M. JORDAN,
! febli) Hickory, Harford Co., Md.
G. HfCKBVMAX, B. P. BEECH, D. 0. *.
rjERKyMAM a beech.
SSKTISTS,
IV
M’n. 55 .W/A Calvert Street,
meat au-nuaa*

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