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Public Sale.
rnUE undersigned, ns F.xeculrix of Chas.
I Thompson, deceased, and by author!-
tv of his lasi will and testament, will of
fer at Public Sale, at the United Stales
Hotel,
Havre-de-Grace, Md.,
ON
Wednesday , the 4th
Day ol January. 1865, At 11 o’clock, A.
M., all that
TRA.CT OF
Situated about three miles from ilavre-de-
Graee, on the road leading from the town
of Havre-de-Grace to the Wesleyan Chap
el, and about one mile from the latter
place.
The Improvements consist of a good
HOUSE,
Spring House and other outbuildings.
It is well watered and fenced, and the
land of most excellent quality, and con
tains
31 Acres of Land,
MORE OK LESS.
This is most desirable property, par
tic. larly to a mechanic.
TERMS OF SALE
One-half Cash on the day of sale, and
the balance in twelve months thereafter,
the credit payment to hear interest Irom
the dav of sale, with approved security.
MATILDA THOMPSON.
tied 6
E. & T. H. ANTHONY & CO.
iUKCFACTUBEUS OP
PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS
Wholesale and retail,
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
IN addition to our main business of Pho
tographic Materials, we are headquar
ters for the following, viz:
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Views,
Of these we have an immense assortment,
including War Scenes, American and For
eign Cities and Landscapes, Groups, Sta
tuary, &e , &c. Also, Revolving Stereo
scopes, for public or private exhibition.—
Our Catalogue will be sent to any address
on receipt of stamp.
Photographic Albums!
We were the first to introduce these
into the United States, and we manufac
ture immense quantities in great variety,
ranging in price from 50 cents to SSO
each. Our Albums have the reputation
of being superior in beauty and durability
to any others. They will be sent h"
mad, fue it, on receipt of price.
th Fine Albums made to order.
Card Photographs.
Our Catalogue now embraces over five
thousand different subjects (to which
additions are continually being made) of
Portraits ol Eminent Americans, Ike., viz:
about
100 Major Generals, I 55q Statesmen,
200 brig. Generals, | 130 Divines,
275 Colonels, I 125 Authors,
100 I.ieut. Colonels, ] 40 Artists,
250 Ollier Officers, t 125 Stage,
75 Navy Officers, 150 Prominent Women,
150 Prominent Foreign Portraits.
3,000 COPIES OF WORKS OF ART,
including reproductions of the most cele
brated Engravings. Paintings, Statues, &.<■.
Catalogues sent on receipt of Stamp. An
order for One Dozen PICTURES from
our Catalogue will be filled on the receipt j
of SI.BO, ami sent by mail, free,
Photographers and others ordering goods
C. O. D. will please remit 25 per cent, of
the amount with their order.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Maufacturers of Photographic Materials.
501 Broadway, New York.
The prices and quality of ourgoods
cannot fail to satisfy. decl6-Iy
Central Stove House.
The place to gel cheap STOVES is at
the corner of Gay and Harrison
street, adjoining the Bridge.
‘TTT’Ii.LIAM GLUCK respectfully in
tV forms his country friends, that he
has the latest, best and most improved
Stoves in the city, comprising Cook, Par- j
lor and Counting Room Stoves, of every .
description. Among the number is the
WM. PENN IMPROVED, for wood or
coal, NIAGARA COOK. ROYAL COOK
and STUART’S Patent COOK STOVE,
FAIRY QUEEN PARLOR STOVE, ami
all sizes of EGG and other STOVES,
which he ran recommend as good, ai d
begs his friends to give him a call before;
purchasing elsewhere.
Also, TIN, COPPER and SHEET
IRON WARE, in great variety.
PROOFING, SPOUTING, &c„ at
tended to promptly.
WILLIAM GLUCK,
Central Stove House,
Gay Street Bridge, Baltimore.
07-4 m
EXECUTORS’ NOTICE.
CPU IS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That thenub-
X scriber has obtained from the Register of:
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters Testmaen- !
tary ou the personal estate of
ST. CLAIR STREET,
late of Harford County, dec’d. All persons hav
ing claims against said deceased are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, with the legal vouchers
thereof, ou or before the
2'/ day of Jttccmhir, 18G5,
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 ray hand and seal this 21 day
of Dtcemltet, 1564.
JOHN R. STRBETT, |
del 6 , v li*eutcr,
mmmmmmmmeaammmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmammgeammmmmmmm
BLENHEIM FARM
TO LET!
T WILL LET “BLENHEIM FARM”
1 to a good tenant, who can come well
recommended. The farm is situated about j
litre miles from Havre-de-Grace, Mil.,ami
! extends to the post-road south of the
| farm. The situation is very healthy. It
| is well watered; well set in grass, and in
la good state of cultivation, having been
extensively limed.
There is erected on it a good comfort
-1 able
TENANT
filial: mWS'l*
With large Cellar under the main building, |
with six comfortable rooms, and a Back
STONE BUILDING, of two rooms be
low attd three rooms above—a well of j
good water in the yard, and two other
wells on the premises, besides springs and j
| water streams running through the farm.
It would make a good DAIRY FARM, j
if the tenant chose to do so. There is a [
large Wagon Shed, 40x00 feet, and a Corn \
Crib adjoining ; granaries above, and other I
outbuildings, Stables, Barracks, &c.
For terms apply to the subscriber, liv- j
ing on the premises, or to Dr. Wm. B.
Rowland, Rowlandville, Cecil Co., Md.,
if any one in Cecil county wishes to rent
the limn.
JOHN K. SAPPINGTON.
[Vork Gazelle insert three times and send bill
to this office.] dee23-3t
NOTSCE.
IN compliance with the Charter, the
Stockholders of the
Meridith’s Ford & Jarrettsville
Turnpike Company,
Are required to meet at JOHN SMITH’S,
(Badder’s old Tavern Stand, old York
Road,) on
Monday, 9th day of January, 1866,
At 10 o’clock,
For the purpose of electing a President,
five Directors and Treasurer, to conduct
the affairs of said ConipanV for the ensu- j
ing year. Bv order of the Board,
JOSHUA H. SCAHFF,
dec23 Secretary.
ESTRAYS.
Harford County to Wit :
Thereby certify that cami
Hamilton, of Harford county, sth Dis
: triet, brought before me, the subscriber, one
of the Justices of the Peace in and for
' said county, on the 20th day of Decem
ber 1804, as Estrays trespassing upon
his enclosures, TWO COWS—one a
red and white Cow, supposed to be five
years old, and one a light brimlle, with
white spots, supposed to be an old Cow.
Witness my hand,
CHAS. E. MARK LAND.
The owner or owners of the above
described Cows, are requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges and
lake them away, or else they will be sold
according to law.
CAKVIL HAMILTON,
Living on the Old York Road, near the
Susquehanna River. dec23
SCHOOL NOTICE!
fjMIE Executive Boar I of School Com-
JL missioners lor Harford county, will
'meet at their office in Bel Air, on
THURSDAY, 29th* and FRIDAY, 30th
December, inst., to settle the accounts of
Teachers fur the session ending 24th.
Teachers from the Ist, 2d and 3d Dis
tricts will present their accounts on Thurs
day,29th, and those Irom the 4th, sth and
6th District on Friday, 3<Hh.
By order of the Board,
JNO. T. SPICER,
dec 16 Secretary.
To Farm & Real Es.ate Own
ers,
| I 47 E have a large demand for FARMS
! VV and LANDS in Maryland anil Vir
ginia. Persons wishing to dispose of
their farms and lands will do well to give
us a call, or address
TOWNSEND & KIMBLE,
Real Estate Agents and Commissioners
for the Slate of Pennsylvania,
Room No. 8 Law Buildings,
• St. Paul street, Baltimore.
dec23-ly
LIME I
ZilfiKS !
XiXdSE!
r PIIE subscribers, successors to Cook &.
| X (titles, take this method of informing
the puhl'c that they are prepared to fur- ;
; nish them with a superior quality n f UN
-1 SLACKED LIME , delivered at any of
{ the accessible landings on the tributaries 1
of the Chesapeake Bay, timing thenaviga- }
hie season, and respectfully solicit their
patronage.
Orders should he given thirty days in
advance , and addressed to the firm at !
Havre-df.-Giugp.. Md.
dee9-ly JAMES COOK &. CO.
NOTICE.
The public- are hereby noti- i
IT ED that JOSEPH M. SIMMONS, ;
of Havre-de-Grace, Maryland, has no au
tlioritv to act as my agent either in the
selling of eoal or in any other way. All
connection between hint and myself is
entirely DISSOLVED.
Settlements for eoal bought of Simmons
must be made with me directly.
• JAMES BOYCE.
! Baltimore, Dec. 14, 1864.
dec23-3t |
W ANTED.—A FAR Mor tract of
LAND, lor which Cash will he
paid. Address,
L. KEMBLE,
Box 580, P. O , Baltimore, Md.
dec23-ly
ALEXANDER M. FULFORIX
ATTORNEY AT ft AW,
Jarrett Buil lings,
8r,4. Am, Mr>,
Great Gift Distribution!
250,000
*
Watches, Chains, Diamond Rings, &c.
WORTH OVER
ONE MILLION DOLLARS I
All to be sold for
One Dollar Each!!
Without regard to value! ! Not to be paid for
until you know what you are to receive ! I !
SPLtNOIO LIST OF ARTICLES!! ALL TO BE SOLO
FOB ONE DOLLAR EACH.
250 Gents’ Gold lluuting-case
Watches SSO to $l5O each.
250 toadies’ Gold and Knamel
cd-ease Watches 35 “ 70 “
500 Geuls’ Hunting-case Sil
ver Watches 35 “ 70 “
: 200 Diamond Rings 50 “ 100 “
i 2000 Gold Vest and Neck
Chains, 15 " 30 “
13000 “ “ “ “ 4 “ e
i 3000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets 4 “ 8 “
| 5000 Chased Gold Bracelets 6 “ 10 “
2000 Chatelaine Chains and
Guard Chains 5 “ 20 “
t 7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooch
es 4 “ 10 “ i
! 2000 Lava & Florentine Brooch
es 4 6 “
) 5000 Coral, Opal, and Emerald
Brooches 4 “ 8 “
1 5000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava, and
Florentine Ear drops 4 “ 8 “
7500 Coral, Opal, and Emerald
Ear Drops 4 “ 6 “
4000 California Diamond Breast
Bins 250 “ 10 “
3000 Gold Fob and Vest'Watch
Keys 250 “ 8 “ I
4000 Fob and Vest Ribbon
Slides 3 “ 10 “
5000 Sets Solitaire Sleeve But
tons, Studs, &c. ‘ 3 “ 8 “
3000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils &c. 4 “ . 7 “
10000 Miniature buckets 2.50 " 8 “
4000 “ “ Magic Spring 8 11 20 “
3000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses,
&c. 2 “ 8 “
5000 Plain Gold Rings 4 “ 11 “
5000 Chased Gold Rings 4 “ 11 “
10000 Slone Set and Signet
Rings 2.50 “ 10 “
10000 California Diamond
Rings 2 “ 10 "
7500 Sets Ladies Jewelry—Jet
and Gold ” 5 “ 15 “
5000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry—
Cameo, Pearl, Ac. ' 5 " 15 “
10000 Gold pens, Silver Exten
sion-holders and Pencil 4 11 10 “
i 10000 Gold Pens and Gold Moun
ted Holders 3 “ 3 “
5000 Gold Pens and Gold Exten
sion-Holders 6 “ 10 “
5000 Silver Goblets and Drink
ing Cups 5 “ 50 “
3000 Silver Castors, sls to SSO
each, 2000 Silver Fruit
and Cake Baskets, 20 “ 60 “ I
5000 Dozen Silver Tea Spoons,
$lO to S2O per doz. i
1 5000 Dozen Silver Table Spoons
and Porks S2O to $lO "
In consequence of the great stagnation of trade
ia the manufacturing districts of England,
through the war having cut off the supply of cot
ton, a large quantity of Valuable Jewelry, origi
nally intended for the English market lias be n
sent off for sale in this country, and MUST BE
SOLD AT ANY SACRIFICE ! I
Under these circumstances, ARRANDALE k
CO., acting as Agents for the principal Euro
pean Manufacturers, have resolved upon a
Great Gift Distribution,
subject to the following regulations ;
CERTIFICATES, naming each article and its
value, are placed in SEALED ENVELOPES,
and well mixed. One of these envelopes will be
sent by mail to any address, on receipt of 25 ,
cents.
'all ARTICLES SOLD AT ONE DOLLAR i
1 EACH, WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE! I j
On receipt of the Certificate, yon will see what
! you arc going to have, and then it is your option
I to send the Dollar and take the article or not.—
i Purchaser may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Dia
mond Ring, or any Set of Jewelry on our list,
for ONE DOLLAR and in no case can they get
| less than one dollar's worth, as there are no
blanks. The price of Ccrticates is ns follows ;
One for .... 25 cents
Five for $ 1
Eleven for ... 2
Thirty for 5
Sixty for 10
One hundred for . ... 15
Agents will be allowed ten cents on every Cer
tificate ordered by them, provided their remit
tance amounts to One Dollar. Agents will col
lect 25 cents for every Certificate, and remit 15
cents to us, either In cash or I’ostage Stamps.
AKHANDALE & (’O.
107 Broadway, New York.
dec23-3m
Herbert’s Horse Powders!
TMIESE Powders are a sure cure for
Lung Fever, Worms, Distemper, Hide
Bound, Yellow Water, Farcy, Gravel,
Mange, Surfeit, Foutidei, Heaves, Slaver
ing, Coughs and Fever, Loss of Appetite
and Vital Energy ; they cleanse the .sys
tem. give a good appetite, purify die blood,
and produce a glossy skin.
Price 25 cent;- per paper or five papers
fot 81.
Directions. —Give a teaspoonful twice
a day, over mixed feed.
Prepared by A. C. HERBERT,
Perrymansville, Harford Co. Md.
apl
JARRETTSVILLE HOTEL.
'PI IE subscriber having taken this well-
J. known establishment, long known
as Jarrettsville Hotel, is prepared to ac
commodate Ids friends and the public,
i He will also pay particular attention to
AUCTIONEERING REAL AND PER
SONAL PROPERTY.
Persons desiring his services will please
give timely notice, so that proper arrange
ments may be made. Address,
S. R. GILBERT,
Jarrettsville P. 0., Harford Co., Md.
dec2-3m
Nothing Succeeds Like Success
a
SAYS h great writer, and in the history of
raie discoveries for the Inst hah century,
i nothing has leaped into lavor with the public, so
I completely, so universally, as
Cristadoro’s Hair Dye!
No other is recognized in the world of fashion
by either sex. Its swift operation, the case with
which it is applied, the remarkable naturalness
of the browns and blacks it imparls, its exemp
tion from all unpleasant, odor or caustic ingredi
ents md its general efl’e t on the hair and skin,
are the good amt sufficient causes of its unpre
cedented jiopulariiy.
Manufactured by J. CIRISTADORO,
No. R Aslor House, New York,
j ssO*Sol.i by all Druggists. Applied by all
f Hair Dnwn. myJT
I. LYONS’ PURE OHIO
CATAWBA BRANDY,
, i AND
Sparkling Catawba Wines,
Equal in Quality and cheaper in Price
than Hu linin'!iex mid H'incs uf
the Old World.
FDR SUMMER COMPLAINT, CHOLERA IN- |
FAKTUM, BOWEL COMPLAINT, CRAMP
COLIC, AND DIAURLKEA.
ffi sure cure is guaranteed or the money
will be re funded.
\ lit support of the above statements, are j
presented the Certificates of Dr. Jas. Cltil- j
ton, Chemist, New York; Dr. Hiram
Cox, Chemical Inspector, Ohio; Dr. I
| James R. Nichols, Chemist, Boston; j
j Dr. N. E. Jones, Chemical Inspector,
j Circleville, Ohio ; Prof. C. T. Jackson, j
j Chemist, Boston ; Dr. Chas. Upham Shep- \
; ard, Charleston, S. C.; and J. V. Z. Bla- j
I uey, and G. A. Mariner, Consulting Che- i
jsts, Chicago, all of whom bate analyzed ]
j the Catawba Brandy, and commended it |
I iu the highest terms, for medicinal use.
Analysis of the Massachusetts Stale As
sayer, Jan. 25, 1858.
When evaporated through clean linen it
left no oil or offensive matter. In every
j respect it is a pure spirituous liquor.—
The Oil which gives to this Brandy its
j flavor and aroma, is wholly unlike fusil,!
)or grain oil. Its odor partakes of both I
the fruit and oil of grapes. With acids, I
jit produces others of a high fragrance.— I
j The substitution of this Brandy for Cog
! eac Brandy will do away with the manu
fuclure of fictitious spirits, sold under this j
name both at home and abroad.
Respectfully,
A. A. HAYES, M. D.,
Assayer to Slate Mass..
16 Boyleston St. i
By the same , in 1864.
1 have analyzed ‘‘L. LYONS’ PURE,
i CATAWBA BRANDY,” with reference
j to its composition and character, being the !
i same as that produced in past years. A ,
| sample taken from ten casks afforded the
j same results with regard to purity ; a
slightly increased amount of the principle |
on which its flavor depends was deter
mined by comparison with former sam
ples.
The indication of analysis show that
I this Brandy is produced by the same pro- j
| cess as most of the imported Brandy.
Respectfully.
A. A. HAYES, M. D.,
State Assayer, 16 Boyleston St.
Boston, July 20, 1864.
Manufactured only by H. H. Jacob & Co. j
(To whom all Orders should be addressed.)
Depot, 91 Liberty St., New York. 1
dec9-3n^
Samuel M. Maoaw, "j
vs. | in Chancery.
Thomas Smith and )
Henry \V. Archkii, j November Term, 1861.
Trustee. J
ORDERED, this sdt day of December,
1864, that the Trustee in this ease, by
j the publication of this order, once in each
of fpur successive weeks before the 15th
j day "of January next, in some newspaper!
| published in Harford county, give notice I
| to the creditors of William 14. Keen, to |
file their claims, duly authenticated, with I
| the Clerk, on or before the fourth Monday
in February next.
JOHN If. PRICE.
True copy, Test,
WM. H. DALLAM, Clerk.
dee9
FOR RENT.
r PHE STORE HOUSE and DWELL-!
-4- ING at Churehville, occupied hy l
Messrs. F. B. Hanson & Co. This is one ;
of the best places for business in the conn- 1
ty. Its value for selling goods is shown I
by the fact that for the last twenty years
there have been but two tenants.
Possession given on the 15th day of!
January next. Enquire of
DAVID HARLAN, '
n 025 Naval Asylum, Philadelphia..
stl Jjr lUiikiitjj.
fPIIE nexlSession of this Institution will
X 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.
Boarding can be obtained in respectable
families in town.
sep!6 T. S. C. SMITH.
Office of the Mutual Fire Insurance ?
Company in Harford County. ) !
NOTICE is hereby given, that in pur- j
stiance of the Charter of said Com
patty, AN ELECTION for a President
and eighteen Directors thereof, will he
hehl at Bel Air, on MONDAY, the 2d day ,
ol January, 1865, to serve for the ensuing
year, and for the purpose of making such
| changes or mollification of the By-Laws as
! may be considered expedient.
A. L. JAB RETT,
der9 Secretary.
1 r PHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RE
± stinied the practice of his profession,
tenders his professional services to the
public.
Ollice, at present, next door to Steven- j
son Archer’*, up stairs.
mh4 WM. GALLOWAY.
SUBSTITUTES!!!
.i A NY Enrolled or Drafted man desirous
' A of being exempt from all liability to
j military duty tor FOUR YEARS, can ac
j cutnplish that object hy calling at our of
fice, No. 178 South Broadway.
E emption papers carefully prepared.
Advice gratis
W. H. HEBDEN & CO.
Oct?.—Sin
A. PRESTON GILBERT,
ATTORNEY AT A A ff. i
Bel Air , Md.
| Office with (I. D. Farnandis, Esq.
*nli
FINKLE & LYON J S
IMPROVED*
I SEWING MACHINES!
THE greatest improvement yet in the
Sewing Machine art. A curiosity
| worth seeing
Please semi for circular with sample of
i sewing.
These Improved Machines SAVE ONE
j 11 UNO BED PER CENT, of thread and
| silk, and make the LOCK STITCH alike
I on both sides.
They require no instructions to oper
; ale perfectly, except the ‘'printed clirec-
I lions.”
No change in sewing from one kind of
! goods to another.
And no taking apart to clean or oil.
Our New Manufactory
j 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 nn
snlislaclory, it can be returned and money
! refunded.
Agents wanted in counties not canvass
; ed by our own Agents. %
FINKLE & LYON S. M. CO.
No, 538 Broadway, New York.
jyl
To the Farmers of Harford!
f~\ RATITUDR for the liberal patronage
j V J of his friends and the public, with a I
I desire (or its continuance, prompts the j
I subscriber to notice, through the press, I
that tin dock of
Iron, Steel, Nails 1
AND
HARDWARE
, On hand has been LARGELY INCREAS-;
ED, which with
Agricultural Implements, |
fUANOS,
Sirm SIOXRBASS 0313313
And a superior article of
IBOJSTE ZDXJST, eScO.,
j la being sold at his old stand, AS LOW 1
: AS ELSEWHERE in the State, the latter i
| articles deliverable principally at SHUHF.’S
! LANDING, and at his New Warehouse,!
j near STAFFORD, on the Tide Water j
| Canal, at which points GRAIN will be j
[ received at current market rates.
Having also the agency for the county !
| of Harford of the PRATT & SMEDLEY ;
j HORSE RAKE, with a few on hand, shall I
i Ire pleased to supply that most invaluable !
' Harvester. j
COARSE BONE fer sale, j
Also. GOVERNMENT 5-20 LOAN, j
for par funds. |
R. I. JACKSON,
my29-ly Near Darlington, Md. i
NOW
HOUSE FURNISHING STORE I
No 135 N. Gay Street. Baltimore.
RICHARD ARMI&RR
Wholesale and retail dealer in
House Furnishing Goods, j
i ' \
ALSO,
; WOODEN WARE AND HARDWARE. ;
1 The public are respectfully invited to call and |
examine my stock of
TUBS, BUCKETS, CHURNS, '
BRUSHES, BROOMS,
1 Britannia, Japanned and Tin Ware,
KNIVES AND FORKS, ALBATA SPOONS,
I CHINA AND GLASS WARE, j
; And every other description of Hoasekcej.ing I
| Goods and Wooden Ware, at the very lowest!
prices.
RICHARD ARMIGER,
No. 135 N. Gay street, near High, j
janS Baltimore'
A. H. GREENFIELD”
Corner Main St. & Port Deposit Avenue, |
mi Aia. m 3).
Continues to add weekly to Ida stock 1
NEW 6,- FRESH SUPPLIES
I SEASONABLE j
I mmmkmist
Of every useful and desirable variety, and 1
offers the same
AT BALTIMORE CITY PRICES.
Sr* Terms Cash.
COAL! COAL!
mi!E undersigned keeps constantly on
J_ hand ail ktn-:s of WHITE and BED
ASH COAL, which lie will sell by the’
cargo or single ton.
JOSEPH M. SIMMONS, j
jnl7 Havre-de-Grace. Md.
SOE . dTJM MILL.
j fPHE undersigned has erected a mill for
the Grinding of SUGAR CANE, and
intends giving to this branch ol'lns business (
much attention. This mill ia attached to 1
his FLOURING and SAW MILL,
where the public can at all times be ac- ,
commodated with anything in his line. i
apl JOSEPH R. WETHER ILL. ;
NOTICE.
A LL persons are hereby notified not to
j\ give credit or to trust my wife, ELI
ZA J. CONNELLY, as she has left me
without cause. I therefore give notice, I'
will not he responsible for any debts she 1
i may contract.
WM. 11. CONNELLY,
Swansbliry Mills, j
November I2th, T 864. d 9
gBIMWIX IgTiL.-r-J
FARMERS, NOTICE I
Wm. H. Roberts,
172 Forest Street. Baltimore,
IS prepared to serve the farmers of Har
ford and Baltinioje counties, with
GUANO
OK ALL KINDS,
Wo. 1 PERtrVIAW OUANO,
WHITE AND BROWN MEXICAN GU'ANOS,
Reese’s, Rhodes', Whitelook’s & Baugh •
RAW BONE
PHOSPHATES,
At manufacturers’ prices.
FISH GUANO, BONE DUST,
DISSOLVED BONES,
ALSO
Grain, Mill Feed, Hay, Seeds,
And Country Produce generally.
The highest price paid for Grain
and Produce. ju3l
WHEELER & WILSON
HIGHEST PREMIUM.
Sewing Machine!
Awarded the Digest Premium at ih
I WORLD’S FAIR, just held in London,
i England, where all the Machines of Europa
j and America were in competition. Also
i at the Industrial Exposition, Paris, France,
[ and at every United Stales Fair, at which
| Sewing Machines were exhibited. -
The principal Companies making Sew
ing Machines are Wheeler St Wilson, I. U.
I Singer &. Co., Grover & Baker.
Of the Machines made there were sold,
! during the year last reported—
i By WHEELER & WILSON, . . . *I,SO
I By I. M. SINGER A CO., . . . . 10,95,8
j By GROVER* BAKER 10,J80
Showing Wheeler & Wilson’s sales to
be double those of any other Sewing Mo
| chine Company in the country.
Office 214 Baltimore Street,
fe1,12 . BALTIMORE.
I SUMO ISPfIT. ’
Joseph £. Quinlan,
149 Worth Oay street,
Mnm
WHERE can be found at all timet m
supply of
GUANOS,
Super-Phosphate of Lime,
GROUND RONE. ETC.
| DEALER IS
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, HAY, OATS,
MILL FEED AND SEEDS,
I sa&is&u
And Calcined Plaster.
Sts?" Parties in want of the above arll
-1 cles would do well to give me a call.
! fj* lam at all limes buying IVOOL,
\ for which I am paying the highest Cask
I prices.
I my 27 JOS. E. QUINLAN.
AMERICAN
'life insurance
AND
TRUST COMPANY,
Of Philadelphia.
CHARTERED IN 1800.
Capital 500,000 Dollars!
1 Cash assets, Jan. 1, 18G1, $818,410.54
Branch Office, Nr 5 North street, Bal
timore, Md.
WILLI \M M. GILPIN,
General Agent.
Applications for Insurance received I ly
A. LING AN JARIIETT,
* Bel Air, MJ.
Dr. R. D. Lee, Medical Examiner.
jelu
| ESTRAY.
STB AY ED from the subscriber, on or
about the first day of August last, a
red iIEIFEIi with while face, throat and
tail ; her horns incline in at the ends, and
three yeais old last spring. Five dollars
: reward will be paid for her return to the
owner, or any information Failing to her
recovery.
BENJ. STANDIFOHD.
m. 26-51
COAL! COAL!
BALTIMORE COMPANY’S COAL,
of the various sizes, and the best
' BLACKS.VI ITU’S COAL, for sale as low
as it can he had in Harford county,ami
DELIVERED at low rates, if required.
11. I. JACKSON,
9 Deer Creek Landing.
JOHN S. DALLAM, *
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Hr! Air, Harford Co., Md.
pif Persons desiring to purchase or sell Real
Estate, may gain useful information by giving
i him a call.
R. BURNS DUVALL,
ArmMT AT LAW,
Jarrrlt Buildings,
ti 6 Uel Air. Md

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