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rnilE undersigned will offer at Public _L Sale, at her residence, on Thomas’s Hun, on Thursday , the ls£ Day of December, 1864, the following j PERSONAL PROPERTY, 5 Work Horses, 1 two-year old Colt, Cows, Hogs, Sheep, I four-horse broad tread Wagon, 1 four-horse Lime Wagon, narrow tread, 1* two-horse Spring Wagon, 1 one-horse Threshing Machine, 1 four horse do., 1 Mower, 1 Montgomery Fan, 1 Wheat Screen, Plows, Harrows, Culti vators, Plough Gears, Wagon Harness, Corn by the barrel, Hay, aomasma jot snrasi FURNITURE, And a variety of other articles too rnerous to mention. Terms of Sale. —All sums of $lO and under, Cash on the day of sale ; on all sums over that amount a credit of six months will be given, the purchaser giv ing his note, bearing interest from the day of sale, with approved security. Sale to commence at 10 o’clock, A. M., if fair, if not the next fair day. nolß SARAH CAIN. Danirl M. Cooley 1 vs. In the Circuit Court for Cordis Cooley Harford County—sit and others. ting in Equity. fPHE object of the bill filed in this cause, JL is to obtain a decree for the sale of the real estate therein mentioned. The Bill stales that the complainants, Daniel M. Cooley, Corbin Cooley, Sarah Ann Jeffery, wife of Thomas Jeffery, Eli zabeth S. Spink, wife of S. L. Spink, Mar garet R. Clune, wife of Win. H. Chine, Adaline Cooley, Maria Baker, wife of Sim eon Baker, and James, Eliza, William, Charlotte, Nancy, Robert and Rebecca Herberson, are jointly seized in fee as ten ants in common of several tracts or par cels of land, lying in Harford county, viz., a farm or parcel of land, composed of parts of two tracts called “Friendship” and j “Triple Union,” containing about 108 acres ; another farm or parcel of land, con taining about 87 acres, called “Friend ship,” and 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 Sarah Ann Jeffery are each entitled to an undivided fifth part thereof; that the said Elizabeth S. Spink, Margaret R. Clime and Adaline Cooley to another undivided fifth part thereof, in equal pro portions, the said Maria Baker to one tenth part thereof, and the said James, Eliza, V\ illiam, Charlotte, Nancy, Robert and Rebecca Herbersou to one-tenth part thereof, in equal proportions. The Bill further shows and avers that the said lauds are incapable of partition among the several parlies entitled, without loss and manifest injury, and that it would j be to the advantage of all the parties that the same should be sold, but that a sale cannot be effected without the in'erposi- ■ tion of a Court of Equity. That the said Adaline Cooley, and the said Nancy,Charlotte, Robert and Rebecca Her berson are infants under the age of twenty one years, and that the said S. L. Spink and Elizabeth his wife, William H. Clune and Margaret R. Clune his wife, Adaline Coo- j ley, Simeon Baker and Maria his wife, and the said William, Nancy ami Robert Her berson are non-residents, living beyond the limits of the Slate of Maryland. The Bill then prays for a sale of said j lands and order of publication against the ! said non-residents, warning them to appear by some certain day in this Court, and answer the allegations of the Bill. It is thereupon ORDERED, this 24th day of October. 1864, that the complain ant, by publication of ibis order in some newspaper printed in Harford county, once in each of fozr successive weeks three months before the 28lh day of February next, give notice to the said S. L. Spink and Elizabeth S., his wife, William 11. Clune and Margaret R„ his wife, Adaline Cooley. Simeon Baker and Maria, his wife, ami William, Nancy and Robert Herber son to be and appear in this Court, either in .person or Ivy some solicitor thereof, on or Indore the said 28th day of February next, and answer the allegations of the said Bill, anil show cause, if any they have, why a decree should not pass as prayed ; ami in default of such appearance and answer, the Bill will be taken as con fessed against them. WM. H. DALLAM, Clerk. True copy, Test, WM. 11. DALLAM, Clerk. oct2B Central Stove House. The place to gel cheap STOVES is at the corner of Gay and Harrison street, adjoining the Bridge. WILLIAM GLUCK respectfully in forms his country friends, that he has the latest, best and most improved Stoves in the city, comprising Cook, Par lor and Counting Room Stoves, of every description. Among the number is the WM. PENN IMPROVED, for wood or | coaI,NIAGARA COOK. HOYALJ OOK and STUART’S Patent COOK STOVE, FAIRY QUEEN PARLOR STOVE, sm all sizes of EGG ami other STOVES, which he can recommend as good, uni begs his friends to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. Also, TIN, COPPER ami SHEET IRON WAKE, in great variety. (PROOFING, SPOUTING, &.c., at tended to promptly. WILLI AM CLUCK, Central Stove House, Gay Street Bridge, Baltimore. 07-4 m MAETENET’S MAP OF MARYLAND. THE undersigned would icspectfully i • form the citizens of Harford conn I that he is about completing bis large ai i I very full MAP OF MARYLAND, f- • j which purpose he has been for sevi years past surveying and publishing Ma| - of various Counties. He is now making thorough new survey of Harford and tl remaining counties, and will shortly hai published and for sale, his final and pe; feet “ MAP OF MARYLAND” which he designs shall be equal if not su perior to any Stale Map in the Union. Every public road in the Slate will b accurately shown, from actual surveys and public places, such as Post-offices Churches, Stores, Mills, Schools, 4 - c. The Maps will be about six by fom feet in size, ami on a large scale, sutlirien to show everything clearly and distinctly and even more perfectly shown than on most county maps, as everything conlainei on the county maps will be given,except ing only the farm-houses, which could not be crowded on a Stale Map, and many additional improvements made, such as the distances on the roads from one road crossing to another, the depth of naviga | ble waters in the Bay, [livers, Creeks, &.C., and everything that may be useful 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 County Map, as well as State Map. Particular care will be taken that every thing shown shall be accurate and precise, that the Map may be found complete and reliable in all respects, so that all ques tions concerning localities in our Slate that may arise, can be settled by reference to it. He refers for style of finish and accu racy, to his County Maps of Cecil, Kent, Howard, Anne Arundel, Prince George, Carroll and Montgomery, and as an ear nest of his final State Map, with the im provements of the last seven years’ expe rience ; ami for further minute descrip tion of the same, refers to hand bills, which will be posted throughout the coun ty by his Agent. CHARLES WHITAKER, of Forest Hill, is the sole Agent for Harford county, and will call on the citizens and receive names of subscribers, to the time of pnbli i cation, ami 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 subscribers may be higher according to the cost of Map-materials after publication. SIMON J. MARTENET, Civil Engineer and Serveyor, No. 6South St, Baltimore. N. B.—lnformation of localities in this or other counties that may be of value to the Map will be thankfully received, and made use of. sept 23 Raohbl Kolk, next friend | In the Circuit Court of Elizabeth Kolk, et at. 1 for Harford coun vs. j ty, siltiug iu equi- Kuzabeth Kolk, et ai. J ty. ORDERED, this 23d day of November, 1864, that the sale made and reported j by Archei H. Jarrett, trustee in the above named case, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown on or before the 2d day ol January next; | provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed in Harford county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 2d day of January next. The Report states the amount of sales to be $451.00. WM. H. DALLAM, Clerk. True copy, Test, n 025 WM. H. DALLAM, Clerk. Herbert’s Horse Powders! fPHESE Powders are a sure cure for -L Lung Fever, Worms, Distemper, Hide Bound, Yellow Water, Farcy, Gravel, Mange, Surfeit, Foundei, Heaves, Slaver ing, Coughs ami Fever, Loss of Appetite and Vital Energy ; they cleanse the sys tem. give a good appetite, purify the blood, and produce a glossy skin. Price 25 cents per paper, or five papers for 81. Directions. —Give a teaspoonful twice a day, over mixed feed. Prepared by A. C. HERBERT, Perrymansville, Harford Co. Md. apl Nothing Succeeds Like Success, SAYS a great writer, and in the history of raie discoveries for the lust half century, nothing Ims leaped into favor with the public, so completely, so universally, ns Cristadoro’s Hair Dye! No olher is recognized in the world of fashion by either sex. Its swift operation, the ease with which it is applied, the remarkable naturalness of the browns and blacks it imparts, its exemp tion from all unpleasant odor or caustic ingredi ents, and its general effect on the hair and skin, are the gnnd and sufficient causes of its unpre cedented popnlaritv. Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO, No. (j Aslor House, New York. by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. mv27 ’ JOHN 8. DALLAM, REAL ESTATE AGENT, B<l Air , Harford Co., J\ld. Persons desiring to purchase or sell Real Estate, may gain useful information by giving him a call. NOTICE. r PHE party who on the night of the Ist -*■ of November last, at the shop of Mr. James Reed Bel Air, look from my car riage and carried iff a wheel, had better re-uro the same at once, and save himself further trouble. R. S. NORRIS. Nov. 16th, 1864. R. BURNS DUVALL, imwrar at ut, Jarrett Buildings, u 6 * till Air. Md J. D. LINTON, 191 Worth High street, Baltimore, MANUFACTURER OF i MELICK & QUICK’S Two-Horse Power, ' i WITH PATENT COMBINED THRESHER AND WINNOWER, WITH SMITH’S PATENT REVOLVING RAKE CONNECTED. rTMIE subscribers are now building a now Tread \ X Power, one of their own improvement, which they have tested in connection with their com bined Thresher and Cleaner, and would say to the public abroad, that they cau now furnish a more complete Two-horse Power and Thresher, | than has ever before been offered. The Power is so geared that it runs with a very slow step for the 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 as an Overshot Machiue, making it an improvement over the Undershot one, by its not being so liable to carry through | stones, sticks, Ac., that may be gathered up with the grain. No other combined Thresher and I Winnower is so simple, and easily put into oper- I ation. Its extreme width is 3 feet; length 11 feet; height 3 feet; and weighs about 800 pounds. The Thresh, r, Rake, Separator and Winnower, are arranged in one strong frame, so 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 as 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 has 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 bushels of wheat, or 300 bushels of oats per day, with ease. There are two sizes of these machines. The large size, or No. i, 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 hag 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 for sale the celebrated , BRALEY & PITT’S THRESHER AND CLEANER. As a large Thresher and Cleaner, this machine is warranted to be the very host in use. With 7 or 8 horses and 9or 10 hands, they will thresh and 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. TENNY’S CASE.—JVho York Mentor, January 14, 1860.—Whether the Bramlreth Pill is ever convertible into blood, we will not now discuss. But our chief object at ibis time is to give a state ment of a gentleman who says he has I taken one of the Brandreth Pills, for at j least sixteen months, daily, or about 480 ' j days in succession, and who says that at the end of that time he considered him self cured of Dyspepsia, attended by a con stant costive stale of bowels, which had troubled him for a long time. This gentleman, Mr. Daniel J. Tenny, * resides at the Astor House, in litis city, and lias been in the enjoyment of axcellent health ever since he was cured by this treatment, lie is an intelligent man and there is no doubt of the truth of his state ment. This proves, tit least, that as many as one of the Pills prepared by Dr. Bran dreth can be taken lor nearly 500 days in succession without harm, and at the end j of that time a dyspeptic and costive habit of body may be perfectly cured. This could not be said of any of the cathartics in use by those who style themselves the Regular Faculty. For sale by all re- j speclahle dealers in medicines. my 27 \ A Card to Invalids A CLERGYMAN, while residing in South America as a missionary, dis- [ covered a safe anti simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early De cay, Diseases of the Urinary ami Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful anti vicious habits Great numbers have been already cured by this noble rein dy. Prompted by a de sire to benefit the afflicted and unfortu nate, I will send the recipe for preparing and i nsing ibis medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, Free, of Charge. Please inclose a postpaid envelope, ad dressed to yourself. Address JOSEPH T. INMAN. Station D, Bible House, New York City. oct2B |tir Itcakmii. THE next Session of this Institution will commence on the first day of Novem ber and continue five months. Tuition fees will range from fifteen to twenty dollars per session—one-half in advance. B>larding can be obtained in respectable families in town. sepl6 T. S. C. SMITH. SUBSTITUTES!!! ANY Enrolled or Drafted man desirous of being exempt from all liability to | military duly tor FOUR ac complish that object by calling at our of i fi 'e, No. 17S South Broadway. E emption papers carefully prepared. Advice gratis. W. 11. HEBDEN & CO. Oct7. —3m Internal Revenue. SPECIAL IINCOME TAX 5 Pek Cent. Second Collection District of Md. Office at Court House, in Bel Air. Be it resolved by the Senate and House. \ of Representatives of the United Stales of America in Congress Assembled , That, in ! addition to the income duty already im -1 posed by law, shall he levied, assessed, \ | and collected on the first day of October, \ eighteen hundred and sixty-four, a special income duly upon the gains, profits, or in- I come for the year ending the thirty-fiist day of December next preceding the time herein named, by levying, assessing, and collecting said duty of ail persons residing within tlie United Slates or of citizens of i the United States residing abroad, at the rale of five per centum on all sums exceed ing six hundred dollars, and the same shall he levied, assessed, estimated, and collected, except as to the rates, according to the provisions of existing laws for the collection of an income duly, annually, where not inapplicable hereto j and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby au thorized to make such rules and regtila-* lions as to lime and mode, or other mat ters, to enforce the collection of the spe cial income duly herein provided for, as may be necessary ; Provided , That in es timating the annual gains, profits, or in come, as aforesaid, for the foregoing spe cial income duty, no deductions shall lie made for dividends or interest receivetl from any association, corporation, or com pany, nor shall any deduction be made for any salary or pay received. Approved July 4, 1864. In pursuance of above law, those per sons assessed are requested to pay the above tax in twenty days from this date; otherwise the law in regard to penalties of said law, will be enforced. I will be in HAVBE-DE-GRACE, at Hopper’s Office, to receive the above taxe<, on Friday, the 9th of December. Office open daily from 9 o’clock, A. M., to 3 P. M. D. McGONIGALL, Deputy Collector. November 18 th, 1864. 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 Fertilizing Properties of GUANO, BOJVE, STABLE MA NURE AND LIME, Producing in many cases larger crops ! by fifty per cent, than either of the above articles when used separately. It is a highly concentrated manure, be ing made from Bones containing all tiieir original animal matter. No Burnt Bones are used. It lias been used by thousands of far mers in this Slate, with the highest satis faction It has proved a perfectly reliable substitute for Peruvian Guano, being suf ficiently quick in its action on the crops, and in all cases enriching the soil, ami 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, either to the snbsctiber or to any of his agents, from whom circulars can be ob tained, giving a list of many persons who I have used it, and certificates. Price in Baltimore. $75 per 2,000 lbs., Cash. GEOKGE DUGDALE, Sole Agent, No. 105 Smith’s Wharf, Baltimore. and ’ ESTR^-YS. I HEREBY CERTIFY that William T. Sawyer, of Harford county, brought before me, the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace of the Slate of Maryland, in and for said county, as Eslrays trespassing upon his enclosures, THREE COWS —one a | dark red Buffalo, the other one a red and white, with white face, the third a red and I white one. | Given under my hand, this 15th day of 1 November, 1864. JOHN T. SPICER, J. P. The owner or owners of the above Estrays are hereby notified to come for ward, prove property, pay charges and take them awav. WILLIAM T. SAWYER, nolß Emmorton P. O. ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. 'T'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub- I A acriher has obtained from the Register of Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters of Admin tratiou on the personal estate of JOSEPH B. .1. ONION, late of Harford County, dee’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 the Wlh day of October, 1865, 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 11th day of October, 1864. LLOYD D. ONION, o!4 Administrator. ooalTcoal! Baltimore company’s coal, of the various sizes, and the best i BLACKSMITH’S COAL, for sale as low j ns it ran be had in Harford county,and, DELIVERED at low rales, if required. R. I, JACKSON, e9 Deer Creek Landing, j SORGHUM MILL. GMIE undersigned lias erected a mill for : X H |e Grinding of SUGAR CANE, and intends giving to this branch of his business , much attention. This mill is attached to his FLOURING and SAW MILL, where the public can at all times be ac commodated with anything in his line, apl JOSEPH U. WETHER ILL, FINKLE & LYON’S IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES! THE greatest improvement yet in the Sewing Machine art. A curiosity j 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 I on both sides. They require no instructions to oper ate perfectly, except the ‘‘printed direc tions.” No change in sewing 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 BEAUTY and PERFECTION of FIN-, ISH are not surpassed by any manufac- ' ture in the world. N. B.—Should any Machine prove un- I satisfactory, it can be returned and money refunded. Agents wanted in counties not canvass ed by our own Agents. FINKLE & LYON S. M. CO. No. 638 Broadway, New York. jyi To the Farmers of Harford T GRATITUDE for the liberal patronage of his friends and the public, with a desire (or its continuance, prompts the whscriber to notice, through the press, .hat the stock of Iron, Steel, Nails 1 AND HARDWARE In hand has becnLARGELY INCREAS ED, which with Agricultural Implements, GUANOS, mm. Am os ims And a superior article of ZBOUNTZE IDXJST, <scO., Is being sold at his old stand, AS LOW AS ELSEWHERE in the State, the latter irticles deliverable principally at SHURE’S LANDING, and at bis New Warehouse, tear STAFFORD, on the Tide Water lanal, at which points GRAIN will be •eceived at current market rates. Having also the agenev for the county >f Harford of the PRATT & SMEDLtY HORSE RAKE, with a few on hand, shall •e pleased to supply that most invaluable Harvester. COARSE BONE fur sale. Also, GOVERNMENT 520 LOAN, >t par funds. R. I. JACKSON, iny29-ly Near Darlington, Md. NEW MOUSE FURNISHING STORE! No 135 N. Gay Street, Baltimore. lICIZAHD ARMISER Wholesale and retail dealer in House Furnishing Goods, ALSO, tYOODEN WARE AND HARDWARE. ,’he public are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock of TUBS, BUCKETS, CHURN'S, BRUSHBS, BROOMS, Britannia, Japanned and Tin Ware, KNIVES AND FORKS, ALBATA SPOONS, CHINA AND GLASS WARE, \nd every other description of Housekeeping loods and Wooden Ware, at the very lowest rices. RICHARD ARMIGER, No. 135 N. Gay street, near High, janS Baltimore A. H. GREENFIELD, orner Main St. & Fort Deposit Avenue, %:u Ml. M IL Jontinues to add weekly to his stock NEW Sf FRESH SUPPLIES OF SEASONABLE Of every useful and desirable variety, and oilers the same AT BALTIMORE CITY PRICES. £* Terms Cash. COAL! COAL! THE undersigned keeps constantly on hand all kiiu.s of WHITE and RED ASH COAL, which he will sell by the cargo or single lon. JOSEPH M. SIMMONS, ju 17 Havre-de-Grace, Mil. NOTICE. I HEREBY warn all persons not to trust my wife RACHEL JANE WALKER, as I will pay no debts of her contracting —she having left mv bed and board with out cause. GEORGE WALKi.R. j sept 23 HAY WANTED. PRIME BAILED TIMOTHY HAY wanted at LAPIDUM, Harford countv, Maryland, for I which the HIGHEST CASH - PRICK will b paid. ANDREW ABELS, Agent, sept. 6. or Davis A Pugh. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RE siuned the practice of his profession, tenders his professional services to the public. Oiiice, at present, next door to Steven son Archer’*, up stairs. mh4 WM. GALLOWAY. FARMERS I Wm TXF.SIRING to purchase reliable Crop JL/ Producers and Fertilizers, are solici- I ted to give the following a fair trial: Super-Phosphate of Lime Of our own brand, containing 3 per cent. |. Ammonia and 12 per cent, soluble Bi- Phosphate Lime—equal to any sold in . this market. Price $75 per ton 2,000 lbs. BONE TA FEN, Composed of Fine Bone Dust and pura Night Soil—a very reliable and popular Grain Producer. Price SSO per ton 2,000 lbs. POTJDEETTE, Of our own manufacture, superior to any sold in this city. Price S2O per ton 2 000 lbs. Fine Bone Dust, &c. In ordering any of the above Fertilizers, be sure to specify “Zell &. Sons’ ” brand, j We have in store all kinds of Fertilizers of good repute. PETER ZELL & SONS, Nos. 147 & 149 Howard street, sept9-3m Baltimore HIGHEST PREMIUM Sewing Machine! Awarded the higest Premium at tho WORLD’S FAIR, just held in London, England, where all the Machines of Europe and America were in competition. Also at the Industrial Exposition, Paris, France, and at every United States Fair, at which Sewing Machines were exhibited. The principal Companies making Sew ing Machines are Wheeler Si Wilson, I. M. Singer Si Co., Grover Si Baker. Of the Machines made there were sold, during the year last reported— By WHEELER & WILSON, . . . 21,305 1 By I. M. SINGER tc C" 10,953 By GROVER & BAKER 10,280 Showing Wheeler St Wilson’s sales t* be double those of any other Sewing Ma chine Company in tho country. i Office 214 Baltimore Street, . feb 12 BALTIMORE. ; SUM fEPfifT - Joseph E. Quinlan, 149 Worth G-ay street, , sAmacoss. W HERE can be found at all timea a supply of GOA2VOS, Super-Phosphate of Lime, GROUND BONE. ETC. DEALER IN FLOOR, ZORN MEAL, HAY, OATS, MILL FEED AND SEEDS, wet And Calcined Plaster. Parties ih want of the above arti cles would do well to give me a call. 0-1 am at all times buying WOOL, for which I am paying the highest Cask prices. my 27 JOS. E. QUINLAN. AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY, Of Philadelphia. CHARTERED IN 1850. Capital 500,000 Dollars! Cash assets, Jan. 1, 18G4, $818,440.54 , Branch Office, Nr 3 Norlh street, Bal timore, Md. WILLIAM H. GILPIN, General Agent. Applications for Insurance received by A. LING AN JARRETT, Bel Air, Md. Dh. R. D. Lee, Medical Examiner. i jelO 1 Wheelwright and Blacksmith Shop i ioa SALE. fIIHE subscriber offers for sale, on reas- JL nimble terms a WHEELWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH SHOP and about TWO ACRES OF LAND, , The improvements on which consist of a j good Frame Dwelling House and Kitchen, B a good paiied Garden, &.C. There is also a never-failing well of water 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, iic., apply to Jas. W. Heed or John T. Lee, Bel Air, or to the sub 1' seriber. TUGS. P. SMITHSON. ’ I au26 f | ' 1 ’I Auctioneer’s Notice. ! ’TMIE subscriber respectfully informs lha j JL public that he has taken out Licenaa |as au Auctioneer, ami will attend to tha .' sale of REAL AND PERSONAL PRO r PERTY, in all parts o( the County. Ha • respectfully solicits a share of the public j patronage. WM. M. JORDAN, febl9 Hickory, Harford Co., Md. ■ j o. ÜBRRYMAN. 1. P. KERCH, D. D. B. e ’l MERRYMAN k KERCH, BS2STISTS. No. 60 North Cahsrl Street, ■UK AALTIUORK.