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EGIS & INTELLIGENCER.
RWT. ATR. MI).. SKPTEMBEU 3. 18(19. Outa-Why General Grant Still Hesitate?. Wo understand that General Grunt lias recently in a free conversation expressed himself very decidedly in favor of the con cession of belligerent rights to the Cubans; that in his opinion they have established a good ease for this recognition, and that he believes such recognition would result in a settlement satisfactory to the Cubans, to Spain and to the United States. We are furthermore informed that all the members of the Cabinet, except one, are in favor of the recognition suggested, and that the one dissenting member hesitates to join his colleagues, not because he doubts the propriety of the act proposed, but its ex pediency ; that in short he is a litte bit afraid of England or Prance, or something of that sort. Mr. Pish, the Secretary of State, is this dissenting Cabinet member, and in deference to the wish of Mr. Pish the President still postpones the decisive step forward which he really dssires to take. Now, is not this a lamentable con dition of things ? Once upon a time Gen eral Jackson’s Secretary of the Treasury refused to remove certain deposits because he was afraid of possible consequences.— Hut Old Hickory soon settled that matter by substituting a man who was not afraid. So now, if the President is convinced that the time has come for action in regard to Cuba, the Secretary of State should be made to understand that this thing must be done. The country would rejoice to see it done, ns evidence that we have a President again who, on important occasions, is not afraid to assume the responsibility,—-V. F. Her ald. _ Guo wing Tradc of Southern Coi.o uado.—-The trade of Southern Colorado and New Mexico, says the St. Louis Hepvl>- Hevn, is already attaining vast proportion : A district of country a large part of which was a year or two ago almost unknown al ready demands an amount of imports from the East which would appear incredible to any one who has failed to pay attention to the subject. In the county of Pueblo alone |1,004,038 worth of goods have been sold during the last year. This county is only oneoften counties whose geographical posi tion requires them to receive their supplies from the Kansas Pacific Railway. In ad dition to this the 100,000 people of New Mexico are on the same line of communi cation with the States. That territory, as well as Southern Colorado, has received a fresh impetus within the last year by the opening of new mines and by the increased facilities for obtaining freights which have been developed during that period of time. The ratio of increase in the consump tion of goods from the East which has taken place within the last twelve months will, if continued two yecirs longer, make the trade of these districts of country second to no single Territory or State between Califor nia and the Missouri river. A German Custom. —A letter from Wei mar says they have two very pretty customs there connected with the erection of houses. One is that a young child always drives the first nail into one of the timbers, and an inscription is made upon the wood bearing the name and age of the child, date of erection, &c. Then, when the house is raised, a few planks are laid for flooring in an upper story, when the master builder, his workmen and all well dssposed friends assemble to sing a song of praise to God for the safe accomplishment thus far of their undertaking. Then a band of music plays, numerous bottles of wine are drunk, and there are speeches, toasts and huzzas from stentorian German throats. Radical Government in Missouri.- Under Radical rule in Missouri, there are sixty thousand men, guilty of no crime known to law, not even charged withan indictable offence, who cannot vote for the lowest officer in the State. Not one of these sixty thousand men can hold an of fice, no matter how trifling its emoluments or horrors, or how exalted it may be—not even if every voter i n his township, county, or the whole State should cast his ballot for him. And all this is matter of truth and record, four and a half years after the close of the civil war, while the ballot has been given in the Southern States to 70,000 negroes, most of them grossly igno rant. —Lancaster Intelligencer. How a Jerseyman Made his Will. — Geo. Schwerer began on Friday evening making his will, his wife, Virginia, con templating the operation by his side. She demanded that he should make it in her favor. He said he would not, until she would ask the favor more politely. She undertook, instead, to thrash him into ac quiescence, and a fight ensued in which the woman was worsted. During the quarrel, Schwerer’s bonds and mortgages, with other valuable papers, were thrown into the fire, and the next scene was the arraign ment of both husband and wife in Court. Around the World in Eighty Days. — Probably but a few of our readers are aware now that the Pacific Railroad is completed, that a journey around the world can be made in eighty days, which estimate allows lor or dinary delays Incident to traveling. More over, the entire distance can be traversed by steam either on land or water, save about one hundred miles in India, between Allaha bad and Bombay, over which a railroad is now constructing. The particulars of this marvelous trip—for it is even more than marvelous—we condense into tabular form for convenient reference, as follows: Days. New York to San Francisco (rail) - -7 San Francisco to Yokohoma (steamship) 21 Yokohama to Hong Kong (steamship) - 0 Hong Kong to Calcutta (steamship) - - 13 ■•Calcutta to Bombay (rail) 3 Bombay to Cairo (steamship and rail) - 14 Cairo to Paris (steamship and rail) - - 0 Paris to New York 11 Total 80 •This includes the break of one hundred miles mentioned above. — Epiic. Meth. The Inventor of Envelopes.— About forty years ago, there lived in Brighton a bookseller and stationer of the name of 8. K. Brewer, and he used to place in his shop window pilesol paper, beginning atthe lar gest up to the smallest size, lOmo, but to /finish off the pile he cut cards so as to bring them up to a point. to go in and ask for that “dear (little paper,” which induced him to cut paper in small sizes. Then came the difficulty,of the place of address; and the result was,[he invented envelopes,|and had metal plates [made for cutting them to shapes and sizes. This just placed the ladies, and orders came to liim for the little paper and envelopes from all parts. This at length became such a demand upon his time that he got Dobs & Co., of London to make them for him. Such was the beginning of the envelope trade. Mr. Wiggins being asked if he liked codfish balls, hesitatingly replied: “Well, really, I don’t reccollect ever having at tended one.” - Portraits of Secretary Fish’s children arc said to be sardines—little fishes done in oil. SPECIAL NOTICES. Plant vrto* Hitters are especially recommended to Clergymen, Public Speakers, mid person* f literary hab- i j iit (iim sedentary life, wli require clear mental (acui ties, which can only be obtained by a reliah for food. I j and a perfect digestion Delicate females an* corrain to I j ft >l in these Hitters health and strength. Magnolia Water Superior to the lest imported tier- : man Cologne, and sold at half the price j THE GREAT MEDICAL MISTAKE Of funner days was an utter neglect of sanitary precau tions. No efficient means were adopted for the preven tion of sickness. Sewerage was unknown in tho cities; drainage was rarely attempted in tho country. Heaps of offal wore Mr to rot in the public streets, and donica tic cleanliness, the great antidote to ft*irile diseases, was sadly neglected. It is not so now. Wise law's, phi lanthropic institutions, and n vigilant sanitary police, have, to a great extent, remedied the evil. Nor is this all. Preventive medication has helped materially to lessen (he rates of mortality. It is not too much to say that tens of thousands escape sickness in unhealthy seasons in consequence of having invigorated their sys tem in advance by a course of HOHTKTTKR'S STOMACH BITTERS. This pure and powerful vegetable tonic and alterative comprises the extracts and essence* of a varie ty of roots and herbs renowned for their strengthening, soothing, vitalizing and purifying properties. These medicinal ngents are incorporated with a spirit abso lutely free from the acrid poison which defiles, more or less, all the liquors of eummerce, and their effect is dif fused through the whole frame by this active, yet barm less stimulant. The result is such a condition of the system as renders it all but impervious to the exterior causes of disease, such as dump, fog, sudden alternations of temperature, Ac. Strength, and the perfect regulari ty of all the functions of the body, are the best safe guards against atmospheric poison, and the effect of un wholesome water, and HOSTETTEUS STOMACH HIT TERS aie the best strengthening and regulating medi cinoat present known. For dyspepsia ami biliousness they are a specific absolute. BRANDRETII’S FILLS. They remove all bad accumulations from the bowels, and purify and invigorate tho system. All whose health Is not perfect owe it to themselves to lake a few doses of Hraii.lreth’s IN lbs, because the seeds of decay are con stantly eradicated by their use, and the principles of life confirmed, thus giving a vigor of body and mind to a period when we have been used to faltering step and tiie enfeebled intellect. General Paez, the distinguished liberator of Venezuela, says he has used them as his only medicine for thirty years, with the most satisfactory results. For Cos tl veil ess, Dyspepsia, as a Family Medicine, they are unrivalled. Daniel I. Tenney, Esq., Aster House, New York,cured by Hrandreth’s Pills of Dyspepsia and Costive ness, when all other means used had failed. Agentlonmii, whose father died of consumption at ."0 years, was also attacked, when about *2l by tho disease. He had cough, night sweats, and general debility.— 1 Doctors recommended cod liver oil, hut he wasted away, j At last ho determined to use Hramlreth’s Pills. In two months they made him a sound mnn TO OWNERS OF HORSES AND CATTLE. Tobias* dkrhy condition powders ark war ranted superior to any others, or no pay, for tho cure of Distemper, Worms, Hots, Coughs, Hide hound Colds, Ac., in Horses and Colts, Cuiighsl Loss of Milk, HI ick Tongue, Horn Distemper, Ac., in Cuttle. They are perfectly safe and innocent; no need of stopping tho working of your animals. They increase the appetite, give a fine coat, cleanse tho stomach and urinary organs; also increase the milk of cows. Try them and you will never ho without them. Tho late Hiram Woodruff, cel ebrated trainer of trotting horses, used them for years. Col. Philo. P. Hush, of the Jerome Race Course, F#rd ham, N. Y., would not use them unril ho was told of what they are composed, since which he is never with out them. He has over twenty running horses in his charge, and fur the last three years, has used no other medicine lot them. He has kindly permitted mo to refer any one to him, Over 1,000 other references can ho seen at the Depot. Sold by all druggists and JPrlco, 25 cents . per box. Depot, 10 Park Place, New York. At the Cape of Good Hope tho Hottentots have long used Buciju for a variety of diseases ; it was borrowed from those rude practitioners by the English and Dutch physicians, on whose recommendation it was employed in Europe, and has now’ come into general use. It is given chiefly in gravel, chronic catarrh of the bladder, morbid irritation of the bladder and urothu, fr female weakno-s and debility, for prolapsus and bearing down, or prolapsus utoii, disease of tho prostrate gland, re en tiun or incontinence of urine, and all diseases requiring tho aid of a diuretic arising from a loss of tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation. It is also recommen ded in cases of dyspepsia, chronic rheumatism, cutane ous affections and dropsy. To cure these diseases we must bring into action the muscles which are engaged in their various functions. To neglect them, however slight may be the attack, it is sure to affect the bodily health and mental powers. Our flesh and blood are supported from these sources. Persona at every peried of life, from infancy to old ago, and iu every state of . health, are liable to bo the subjects of these diseases The causes, in many instances, aie unknown. The patient has, however, an admirable remedy in "IiKLIfUoLD'B Fluid Extract of Buchu,” and when taken iu early stages of tho diseases none Buffer to any extent It al lays pain and inflammation, is free from all injurious properties, pleasant in its taste and odor, and immediate iu its action. It is the anchor ol hope to tho physician, and was always so esteemed by the late eminent Dr. Physic. The proprietor, with upwards of thirty thous and unsolicited certificates and hundreds of thousands of living w itnesses ol its curative properties, accumula ted within fifteen years, has not been in tho habit of re sorting to their publication, ho does not do this from tho fact that his remedies rank as standard, they do not need to be pronpod up by certificates- The science of itedicine, like the Doric column, should stand simple, pure and majestic, having fact for its basis, induction for its pillar, and truth alone for its capital. His Solid and Fluid Extracts embody the full strength of the ingredi ents of which they are named. They aie left to the in spection of all. A ready uud conclusive test of their ' propoi ties will be a comparison with those set forth in the United Slates Dispensatory. These remedies are prepared by H. T. 11 ELM BOLD, Druggist ofsixteon years’ ex perience, and we believe them to ho reliable, in fact wo have never known an article lacking merit to meet • with a permanent success, and Mr. Helinbold's success is certainly primu facie evidence, ilia Drug and Chem ical Warehouse, in tho city of New York, is not excell ed, if equaled, by any in this country, and wo would ad vise any of our readers when visiting that city to give him a call and judge lor themselves, Helinbold's Extract Buchu, established upward of eighteen years, prepared by 11. T. HELMHOLD, Drug gftt, 494 New York, and lU4 South Tenth St., Philadel phia, Pa. Price—sl.2s per buttle, or 6 bottles for $6.50 delivered to any addiess. Sold by all Druggists every where. None are genuine unless done up in bioi engraved wrapper, with lac-simile of my Chemical , Warehouse, ami signed H. T. HELM BOLD. MISHLER’S HERB HITTERS. ; This celebrated tonic and stimulant will restore the digestive organs to a perfect healthy state. It will thoroughly eradicate all morbific matter from the blood, cleanse the entire system, and produce tho most vigor i uus action of tho diflorent organs of the human body. It is the great Blood Purifier and Infallible Remedy for i Dyspepsia, Cholera, Cramps in the Stomach, Headache [ resulting from a deianged stomach, and also that harrass ( ing disease Sick Headache, Billiousnoss, &c. The fact that in all parts of (behind tho medical faculty prescribe MISIILER’S HERB BITTERS foi their patients who arc afflicted with these diseases, should convince ths most skeptical that this proprietary compound is a medicine upon which they can rely us absolutely effica cious in curing such diseases as we have enumerated ! above. Sold by all druggists. Pri- e one dollar per bot tle. uuis ERRORS of youth. A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all tiie effects of youth ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of sufferir\ghumanity, i send free to all who need it, tiie receipt and directions . for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser’s oxperiencr, can do so bv addressing, in perfect confidence, 1 JOHN H OGDEN, I iny2l-Ty No. 42 Cedar St , N. Y. i PREPARE FOR THE CHOLERA. With tho “heated term” comes the danger of that • frightful pestilence—Cholera—and kindred diseases, — What untold and indescribable misery has bccu visited u(K)ii thousands annually by those awful complaints.— Hut every one ought to he made aware that a specific for this class of disease*’, as well us a certain preventa tive, is the celebrated MISHLER’S HERB HITTERS.- It will positively fortify the system against the attacks of Asiatic Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Diarrluva, Summer Complaint, Dysentery, Cholic, Painter’s Cholic, Ac. Dr. H Hiesoll, M. D.. Physician in-chicfof the U S. Hospi.ul Ship, ‘ Falcon,” highly re commends it lor Cholera, and has used it with marvel lous success In such cases. It act dike an angel of mer cy in every instance. Sold by all druggists and dealers. \ Price one dollar per bottle. TESTIMONIALS. . Jacob Schultz—Dear Sir: I have been afflicted for 1 the last ten years with Rheumatism and Gout. Your \ fl):tiers was recommended to mo. 1 have used it, and 1 am glad to say ii has effected a perfect cure in a very short time. Therefore 1 recommend it to } all persons afflicted with tho same diseases. I con _ sidar it (behest Cure in use for any disease the human body is subject to. K. Dk YOUNG, Philadelphia. 3 Ad • Read Scbcetg's standing advertisement in anothe -j column. TO CONSUMPTIVES. 1 THE Advertiser, having been restorec to health in a q few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffer i ed several years with a severe lung affection, and that * dread'disease, Consumption—if anxious to make known V to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. a To all who desire It, he will send a mpy of the pro -8 scription used (free of charge), with the directions for > preparing and using the same, which they will find a I Sure Cuek for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc. The objo t of tho advertiser in sending! he Prescription * is to benefit tho afflicted, and spread information which R lie conceives to he invaluable: and he hopes every suf ferer will try his remedy, os It will cost them nothing, * and may prove a blessing. B Parties wishing the prescription, will please address. REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, my2l-j Williamsburg, Kings County, New York. 1 By letter re- sived from tho proprietors of Cbr.’s Cough Jinliam, we r/e informed that they have at last yielded * to tho pros' iiig demand, and in addition to the ordinary T size now so in tho market, have consented to fur nish their pot jlar remedy (Coe's Cough Balsam) in mammoth fair Jy bottles, which will be tho largest bot tle of medicine ••ver sold iu this country for sl,—and R which is unequal:>d as a spre and speedy remedy for Coughs, Colds, Cmt.f , Looping Cough, and all throat 1 and lung complaints. Both sixes can now bp-found at all d'-ug stores. SPECIAL NOTICES. GRANT & PROSPERITY. Business revives under the new regime. Other than . general eatlftes have, however, given n tremendous im pel us to the sale of Cristadoro’s Excelsior Hair Dye. The chemists have come out hi two leading scientific : Journals against the lead and sulphur/xn'x .’/t./ fort ha head (or that is their proper designation), with which the country is infested. Dr. Chilton, tiie first unnalytical j chemists in America, announces to the world that CRISTADORO’S DYE IS UTTERLY POISON LESS, I and that he knows it to he so, because he lias analyzed I it. “Cristadoro's Hair Preservative,” ns a Dressing, j nets like a charm on the Hair after Dyeing* Try If. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, ' Book Agents Wanted. We want Ten Thousand good, reliable Agents to solh u j Our New West, To whom the Highest Commissions will he paid. No : other work telling half as fast. Beautifully illustrated, i over 600 pp , and sold for $5. The raciest and best Book on tho Great West extant—so say all the loading jour nals and eminent men. Send for our Circulars, with full information and terms. Address, HARTFORD PUBLISHING CO., Hartford, Cl. AG ENTS WANTED FOR HOMES FORTUNES In the boundless West and sunny South, it speaks to tho young man of home and fortune, and tells him why, where and how to seek it ; it tell-* tho capitalist where to invest ; the laborer to find good wages ; the i farmer the best lands ; the merchant, the manufacturer, the professional man and the mechanic, of the great chances open to them ; it tells everybody Just what (hey 1 ought to know about the vast resources and wonderful progress in every part of this great country. Now, fresh, interesting and popular. Send fur circular. En terprising men can learn of a money-making business by addressing PEOPLE' PUBLISHING CO., 614 Arch Pi, Philadelphia, Pu. , COLIIUKN’S PATENT Is better than our regular shaped Axes lor those rea sons: First —lt cuts deeper. Second —lt don't stick in j tho wood. Third —lt does not jar the hand. Fourth — No time is wasted in taking tho Axe out of the cut. — Fifth —With the same labor you will do one-third more work than with regular Axes. Rod paint has nothing to do with tho good qualities of th s rtxe, lor all our Axes are painted red. If your hardware store docs not keep our goods we will gladly answer inquiries or fill your orders direct, or give you the name of the nearest dealer who keeps our Axes. LIPPINCOTT A BAKEWELL. Pittsburg, Pu. i Solo owners of Colburn's and Red Jacket Patents. GEN. RUSSELL'S SCHOOL, New Haven. Conn.— FALL session begins Sept. 13th, Catalogues sent on application. 10,000 AGENTS WANTED FOR PRIEST andNUN. This most exciting and interesting hook,by a popular | authoress, (is now- ready, and those who wish to canvass j for it should apply inimed ately for circular, (with . stamp enclosed,) slating territory desired, experience, \ Ac. Agents wanted everywhere lor this and other first- j class hooks and engravings, by CRITTENDEN A Me- KINNEY, 1308 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Young Ladies desfring to heroine theo illUblL retiral and practical Musicians and Teachers in the shortest time and at the least possible expense upon the Piano, Harp, Organ amiGuitur, will please apply for Catalogue to the Principal Music V CtlU* Yah- Seminary, Salem, Ct. Aromatic Vegetable Soap, For the Delicate Skin of Ladies and Children. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. THE ESTKV COTTAGE ORGAN in tho best and cheapest. Contains the latest improvements Vox Humana and Vox Juhilante. J. ESTKV A CO., Sole Manufacturers, Brattlehnro, Vt. EMPLOYMENT that pays. For particulars address S. M. SPENCER A CO., Bmttleboro, Vl. $9 a Day for all. Address A. J. FULLMAN, N. V. “ask you:r" doctor"or “druggist for sweet QUININE—it equal*(ldtter) Quinine. Manufactured bv STEARNS, FARR A CO.,Chemists, New York. WORDS OP WISDOM f<*r Young Men on the Ruling Passion in youth and early Manhood, with self help for the erring and unfortunate. Sent in sealed let ter envelopes free of charge. Address HOWARD AS SOC I vTION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa. 1 THIRTY YEARS’Experience in the Treatment of j , Chronic and Sexual Diseases. —A Phyniotgical Vino . of JUaniage. —'Tho cheapest hook ever published—con taining nearly 390 page*, and 130 fine plates and engrav ings of the anatomy of the human organs in a state of health and disease, with a treatise on rally errors. Its deplorable consequences upon the mind and hotly, with the author’s plan of treatment —the only rational ntid successful mode of cure, us shown by a report of cases treated. A truthful adviser to tho married and those contemplating marriage who entertain doubts of their physical condition. Sent free of postage to any address on receipt of 25 cents, in stamps or postal currency, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y The author may he consulted upon any of the diseases upon which his books treat either personally or by mail, and medicines sent to any part of the world. QJEORGE PAGE & CO., NO. 5 NORTH SCIIROEDER ST.. BALTIMORE, MD. Manufacturers of Improved PATi NT PORTAIILK || v Circular Saw V. Mills f’feySdn Stationary and Portable STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, GRIST MILLS, SHINGLING MACHINES, LATH and SLAB MACHINERY, f AW GUMMER9. HORSE POWERS, Ac., Dealers in CIRCULAR SAWS, and MILL SI PPLIES generally, and Manufacturers’ agents for every df scrip , Hon of WOOD WORKING MACHINERY. Our Independent Simultaneous HATCHETT HEAD BLOCKS, Patented Dec. loth, 1868.uud Improved FRIC TION FEED, Patented July 13th, 1868, in addition to our previous patents, make our Saw Mills stand unrivalled. Estimates and Plans furnished, and contracts entered into fur the erection of Circular, Gang, Millay and Sash Saw Mills and Machine Work generally. ENGINES for Agricultural Purposes a specialty. Correspondence solicited. 1 Catalogues furnished on application by mail or other wise. an27-ly _____________ ■ OGOTTEN & KEITH, O FASHIONABLE Boot and Shoe Makers, i Simp on Main Street, in Bel Air, over the store of Joseph E. Bateman A Co. Jscg m We make all styles of BOOTH and HHOKH, for 1 either ladies or gentlemen, in the he-1 manner and at the lowest prices for cash. iiu27-6m ; i). Tiarryman, ' Cabinet Maker, Undertaker, AND GENERAL House Carpenter and Builder, I rcuducllN New flail, aii 20 BEL AIR, Ml) 1 JJERMAN STUMP,. JR., | ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR, BEL AIR, MD. t | n Circuit Courts for Harford, Cecil and Baltimore Conn- Him, apd Court of Appeals. at|27 PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, | OF VIRGINIA. Principal Office, Cor. Ninth and Main St* Richmond, Vh C. CARRINGTON, l’ren't. R. 11. MAURY, Vlce-Prea’i. .1. J. lioPKIXj, Secretary. I CAPITAL INVESTED AMI WE El. SECURED, sl(m,mo. Income Flint 20 Months of Active Work to .Inly Ist, 1569, over .... * $500,000. . Number of Policies Ihsiiod same Perod, 4,100. Dividend 40 per Cent. Average, (on Contribution Finn.) 1 paid to Pol ley-11 ol dots April Ist, 1860. Actuary, I>. I*. FACKLKR, New York. Plan Mutual. Issues Policies on all Legitimate Flans. No unnecessary Restrictions on Travel. Residence and Occupation. j Loan of One-Third of Premium, if Desired, without note Thirty Days Orace on Payment of Premiums. Life and Kndowment Policies Non-Forfei!nlde after Second Year. Ten Year Life Policies after One Year. Rights of Policy Holders clearly defined on their P.di- I cits. Nothing left to outside promises. N extra charge on the lives of Females. MARYLAND BRANCH: Office, No 37 Post-Office Avenue, near Second St.. Balti more, Md. All Money Received at this Branch is Invested in tho Slate of Maryland upder the Direction of the following MARYLAND BOARD OF DIHKCTORS : W. 11. Gilpin, President ; Hon. Richard Graaon ; C. W. Robinson, Lord k Robinson : 1). Wade of D. Wade k Co.; F, B. Loney, (F. B- Loncy k C 0.,) Vice President; George W. Howard, 1 k ward,Co tie k Co.; T K Jenkins,George k , Jenkins ; rr m. 11. Pierce David K. Thomas, President Resolute Fire ; Win A. Tucker. Tucker, Smith h Co. ; I 0 D. Lownds, of Brown, Lancaster k Co. R. (’. DESHIELDS & WM, 11. PIERCE, General Agents. WILLIAM H. GILPIN, ■ Manager. WHAT IS SAID OF IT : I’lnlmonl Lift Juntrance f.'mjwui/, <J I \ryinnt.~r This ronipany offers t> the public an able, honest and vigorous management, liberal terms, low rates. Poli cies clearly sot forth the right of policy-holders—noth ing left to outside, promises : they contain no bungling | conditions or rest ictions with reference to travel, ros i ideiice, occupation, suicide, duelling, Ac,, Ac., which : have given rise to litigation, and rendered Life Insur ! ance unpopular. Baltimore Medical Bulletin. 44* The business of Life Insurance is now n great 'business. There are many claimants fur public favor; among them all, the Piedmont takes rank with the , foremost.— Richmond Christian Advocate, Piedmont Life Insurance (\unpany. —This Virginia ; Company has established a branch agency in this city. Majr 11. C. Deshicids and Mr. W. PI. Pierce are tho gen eral agents, nod Mr. W. 11. Gilpin, the local manager.— The liotud of Directors is compos d of well known gen tlemen, and the returns of the company show efficient management. The premium receipts received in Mary land are to be invested exclusively in this State. The giadual increase of Southern insurance companies, and the accumulation of capital resulting therefrom. Is very gratifying. Every year Baltimore is able to offer great er advantage*, and the day must come when it will bo strong enough to afford inducements equalto those of fered by any other cit y.—Ralto, Gazette. The success of this Southern Company being now i beyond question—the economy of management proved I by a large dividend, and Its trusty and competent direct ors giving assurance of its future solvency and progress. No company is more solvent ; no company has more liberal terms; no company is managed with more prudence and economy—in short, the Piedmont is equal to any and surpassed by none. The affairs ol this company, (Piedmont,) are conduct ed by gentlemen of acknowledged ability and energy, and it gives a reliable evidence of prosperity in the ex hibition made nt the expiration ot only eighteen months.— Richmond Christian Advocate. To young men and those of nmtnrcr years, who con template availing themselves of the inestimable benefits of Life Insurance, wo unhesitatingly recommend them to investigate the advantages of the Piedmont Insurance Company of Virginia. The PiedmoAt has become localized in this city, I in immediate association with the Richmond office. Major Deshields has strengthened the general manage ment by nn alliance with Mr. Win. H. Pierce, the well know n wholesale merchant. The local manager, Mr. W. H. Gilpin, Is actively engaged in organizing an efficient ( corps of sub-agents and solicitors. Reference to the j card of the company wilt show that the local board is J \ compo-ed of some of our best citizens. The premium re- ] I ceipts from Maryland policy holders will be Invested ex- ( clnsively in this State and tints lie kept in circulation in . our midst, the investment being carefully looked after j by some of the best business talent in the community.— j Haitimore Vndenvriter. l-Uf" Persons desirous of insuring in the above company, will please call on the un dersigned and have their applications filled up or for information in regard to the com pany. J. T. C. HOPKINS, Attorney at Law, aulil-Om Agent, Bel Air, Md. BONE DUST. TMIK subscriber has just elected at his Farm, near the j cif.v, the most improved machinery for making BONE DUST, and is now ready to fill orders for any quantity, which will lo delivered at the shortest notice. Thd BONK DUST will ho finer than any heretofore made by him, (no chemical process resorted to) enabling the Farmer or Planter to iow it with the Drill. Mr. SAMUEL SANDS, well known to the Farmed and Planters of the United States as the former Editor of the American harmenxnd Rural Register, will have ••’-urge of liSs office, No. 63 S. Gay Street, Near Pratt, ami will be liappy to receive the visits or orders of his tdd friends. sls per ton, put In new bags. No charge for bogs. i I Farmers and others an* invited to visit my works. I have nothing to conceal. My men have nothing nice to perform, therefore 1 have "no admittance” signs on my premises. Persons are free to examine my factory, and the modus operan- ; di of Du-t-mnking. I cannot afford to pay Uor 2u percent, to commis sion merchants, a* my profits tin not exceed Id per ; cent. Bono Dust, as mtnutuctnml by me, Is A simple, and | it* qualify cannot he made to conform to the price. JOSHUA HORNER, Office 03 South Gay Street, near Pratt Baltimore. Md. Or at his old stand. Corner (’HEW and STIRLING STREETS. my2B : ! F. X. Jenkins, John It. Kutlkdok, i j Pi. George's Co., Md. Harford Co, Md. | JENKINS & RUTLEDGE,! GENERAL COM MISSION MERCHANTS j For the Sale of Grain and all kinds of Country Produce. 102 Eight St., Wharf, Ratlimurr, Mii. FERTILIZERS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., Furnished at manufacturers prices. All orders carefully filled ami promptly attended to. Consignments solicited. By permission wo refer to Henry M. Warfield, Esq., Hal to ; Col. U. Snowden Andrews, llalto.; Col. James Herbert, Datto. ; John B. Roberts, Esq., Balto. au2o-0m PDfflll 11. >V FOSTER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office CVlirtlundt Si., opposite Masonic Hall, Bel Air. Having resumed practice, I offer my professional ier vices to the public with assurance that ail business en trnsted to me shall have prompt an faithful attention. u 9 Farmers, Take Notice. FINE UNADULTERATED country ground BONE DUST, always on hand and for sale. Price $45 per ton. All orders for LUMBER filled at short notice hv H. RECKORD, mil3-lm ! 7 nsilis on Harford road. 17U>R SALE.—Two good HOBSES-one 1 a superior Riding and Driving Horse, the other a No. 1 Farm or Wagon House. Will ho sold low for cash, or exchanged for Young Cattle. Enquire of J. E. BATEMAN & Co., au27-3t Bel Air. Examiners’ Notice. MpilE undersigned Examiners, appointed by the County Commissioners of Har j ford county, will meet on the ground, | On SATURDAY, AUGUST 2401, 18(59, 1 At 10 o'clock, A, M„ to determine the ex pediency qnd necessity of closing the Pnb | lie Road in the Jst district, near Mrs. j F resell *B. JOHN CLARK, BENJ. F. CARROLL, ■IOHN PRICE, aqli Examiners. EDUCATIONAL. i . _ , , . _______ | KWARK ACADEMY, NE WARK ; DhLJx WAUK, RIIOF. ED WASH D. PORTER. A. PRINCIPAL A First-class Mathematical, Classical and Scientific BOARDING SCHOOL * I For Roy* and Young Men, will commence its one him- I died ami firm Academic year. Mf PTEMUEII lit, IHG. For full iuforiiiation, solid for Circular. JyfiO-Biu school, CHURCH V11.1.K, ! REV. EDWARD A. COLBURN, A. M., PRINCIPAL, Assisted by thoroughly competent teachers. This school will bo opened for ilm accommodation of scholars. on the Ist of BKPTKMBKK. Roys will be re ceived a-t boardern, nt the rate off26oper session often months, pat aide semi-annually, in advance, on Sept. Ist. and Feb. Ist. Day Scholars of both sexes will be received at the rate of from $lO to 25 per session of five months, payable in advance. Every effort will be made to render the course of in struction thorough. Boys will be prepared for Col lege. Girls desiring instruction in higher branches, and in music, can enter under charge of a female assistant. REV. EDWARD A. COLBURN. June26-2m Churchville. gATON FEMALE INSTITUTE, KFWKTI S</PARK. VUKSTKR CO. t PA. i Situated on the Philadelphia and Hallo. Central K. H. School re-opens 4th of 10th month next. Apply for Circular giving engraving of Building and general par ttcnhirs. EVAN T. BWAYNE, . , SALLIE W. SWAYNE, 1 Assisted hv SIDNEY P. STIBBINS, LIZZY F. MERRILL, and others. The last named of Boston, Mass., a graduate from Mt. Holyoke. au2o-2t g A|L TTM ORE FE M A|L E a 0 L L E G E . This Institution, the only Female College In Maryland, was incorporated In 1849, and liberally endowed by the State in 1860. It affords Boarders and Day Pupils every advantage to acquire a thorough and accomplished edu cation. 1 1 has a good Library, Chemical and Philosophi cal Apparatus, and valuable Cabinets of Minerals. Gems, Coins and Medals. Besides pupils from the different counties in Maryland, it has an extensive patronage from the Middle, Southern and Western States. By the law of endowment a Free Scholarship is established in the College for each County in Maryland. Pension opens SEPTEMBER 6th. FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION. N. (J. BROOKS,' LL. 1)., Professor of Ancient Lan guages. T. LUCY, A. M., Professor of Mathematics, Sciences, Ac. Mons. LOUISOANBIN, A. M , Professor of French. Mr. LEWIS LALKR, Professor of Gorman. EDWARD VAN UEUTH, Professor of Painting. Mr. G. A. GNOSBPELIUS, Professor of Music. Miss M. S. COVINGTON, Mathematics and History. Miss M. B. MOON, Belles-Lettres and Physiology* Miss Imogen H. SIMMONS, Piano and Singing. Mrs E. A. POLSTER, Piano and Guitar. Mrs. JULIET WORKMAN, Vocal Music For Catalogues or any information, address, ati2o-3m. N.C. BROOKS, LL. I)., President. \W. E. OARRKTTSON’M School for Young Ladies will re-open in Bel Air, Harford countv, Md., On MONT)A Y, September (ith. Terms (half in advance) per annual ses- I sion: English .... SSO 00 Latin 10 00 French .... 20 00 Drawing .... 20 00 . Music 70 00 The additional charges are for Books, Stationery and Fuel. au(l-6t* BELIE VUE SCHOOL WILL be opened the first Monday in September, 1860, a Boarding and Day School FOR YOUNG LADIES, at Belle Vue Farm, near Jerusalem Mills Postofllce, and six miles from Magnolia Station, P., W. & B. R. R. The number of pupils will be limited. EXPERIENCED TEACHERS have been engaged. For further particulars address the Prin cipal, Mus. T. S. C. SMITH, Jerusalem Mills P. ()., jy9-2 s Harford county, Md. BE L I; E V IJ E INSTIT UT E FOR YOUNG LADIES, ATTLEBORO - , BUCK'S COUNTY, HA., j Ojipusi c Burlington, N. J. Seven miles from Bristol, Pa. Next School year commences 9th nunth, Sept, fith Address the Principal, anlJ-lni W. T SEAL, A. M. Bethel Classical Institute ! A HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS. ! r |MIE Scholastic Year of forty weeks will I commence ON THE Ist HONDA Yof SEPTEMBER, The Principal is now prepared to take Boarders. | Send for a Circular to Rev. R. F. MYERS, ju23-3 Jarretteville. Harford Co., Md. 0. OARRKTTSON. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING, (i It A l N I N (J , AND Paper Hanging Of every description. All orders left with A. H. Greenfield, Bel Air, Md., or addressed to Fallston, Md., will he attended to with promptness and dispatch- Ph[iop hung at 20 cents per piece. au97 Sabah Ann Price, ) In the Circuit Oeoroe Price and others | Court for Har vs. i ford county, Evan G. Hughes. J in Equity. ORDERED, this 241 h day of August, 1809, that the sale made and reported by John H. Price, Trustee in this cause, be rat ified and confirmed, unless cause to the con trary be shown on or before the 24th day of September next; provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed in Harford County, once a week for three successive weeks before the 24th day of Sep tember next. The report states the amount of sales to be $375.00. A. L. JARRETT, Clerk. Tue Copy, Test, nn27 ‘ A. L. JARRETT, Cork. A FAIR AND FESTIVAL FTtOR the benefit of St. Francis’ Church, JP near Abingdon, will bo held in the grove near the Harford Furnace, on the road from Hnnway’s Cross Roads to the Funracc. The Fair will begin On TUESDA Y, SEPTEMBER Wh, 1809, and will continue until the Thursday even ing following. CST Many fancy and useful articles will be for sale, and dinner and refreshments will bp provided. (m3 1 ? NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STILL AIIKAD-—Tho ONLY chfMl tß<l useful Sewing Machine. Boos ALL any Machine CAN do. $28.00 only. 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If you wish to know how Fortunes are made and lost in a day-; low Shrewd Men are ruined in Wall Street: how Strangers are swindled hy Sharpers; how Minis ters and Merchants arc Blackmailed; how Dance Hails and Concert Saloons are managed; how Gambling Houses and Lotteries arc conducted; how Stock and Oil Companies originate, and how the Bubbles Burst, rend thin work. It contains 35 fine engravings, tolls all about the Mysteries and Crimes of New York, and is theSpicdost and Cheapest work published. Only S 2. 5 0 Fer Copy. Send for Circulars and specimen pages of tho work.— Address JUNES BROTHERS k Co., Philadelphia. Pa. au27-4 w JURMERS it- HOUSEKEEPERS. I rail your attention to my largo Assortment <>f STOVES. TIN WARE. HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLE 4 , Ac. Our goods arc home-made and Wan anted. EXCELSIOR STOVE AND TIN WAREHOUSE, CHARLES FISHER, 92 N. tiny St. opposite Harrison. Branch Store, No. T Greenmonnt Avenue. Jl Til E MORNING GLORY. This Celebrated Stove bo equal for Heating, Saving Coal and Labor, \)|lff only one bucket of Coal re quired in 2S hours, keeps constant fire the entire Ri: Y TIIE L ' ■’ Excelsior Cook Stove. Thtß Stove Is the largest, iljgtlniTlf!iaw*Sn heaviest and best baking EiW ■ IMlffi STOVE In this market and Jwppljl illMgL warranted two year* against cracks. THE IMPROVED litmmiMlmh Self Feeding Fireplace Par ™i/,J II oil BnOraL l° r HEATERS, mgSrWT For heating three or four room* above. These Stoves ore im proved this Reason and nr* now perfect in all respects. '■V.V' ."t Three lons of coal will 'bvw? ,; r four rooms • and keep constant fire the SBM entire winter, with less ysjfw labor and h:sl thanafur nace- FOR SALE AT THE EXCELSIOR Stove and Tin "Ware House, ‘.*2 N.Gay Street, Opposite Harrison, BALTIMORE, MD. nu27-4m Jn t]ie matter of the Sale ] In tlic Orphans’ of the Real Estate of J- Court of Harford Daniel Pope, deceased. J County. ORDERED, This 20th day of August, 1809, by the Register of Wills for Harford county, iu the recess of the Orphans’ Court of said county, that the sale made and reported hy George A. Pope and Daniel P. Hollings worth, Executors of the last will and testa ment of Daniel Pope, deceased, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause he shown to the contrary, on or before the 18th day of Sep tember next; provided a copy of this order he published in some newspaper printed in Harford county, once in cacli of three succes sive weeks before the said 18th day of Septem ber next. The report states the amount of sales to be S4OO. J. R. ELY, R. W H. Co. ‘ True Copy, Test, au37 J. R. ELY, R. W. H. Co. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOT CE. rpiIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the X subscriber Ims obtained from the Regis ter of Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters of Administration on the personal estate of SEPTIMUS I). SEWELL, late of Harford County, dcc’d. All persons having claims against’ said deceased arc here by notified to exhibit the same, with the le gal vouchers thereof, on or before tho 23<? day of August, 1870, or they may otherwise by law lie excluded from all lie'netit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate me re quested to make immediate payment. Given under my band and seal, this 23d day of August, 1809. MARiA LOUISA SEWELL, an 27 Administratrix. rLAURiKh n. CLARK, WATCH AN - JEWELRY STORE, Owner of Calvert ami Water Streets, Railimure, oflerd for sale superior Gold and Silver Watches, Gala 4Kbp Chains, Keys, Breast Pins, Finger Kings. Ear Rings, Pencil Cases, Levi Brown’s Diamond Pointed Gold Pens, Spectacles, Sterling Silver and Albata Ware. Genuine Lecoultre, swig* and Army Razors and Strop*. Highest price paid for old Gobi and Silver Coin*. aufU-'Unt J. S. RICHARDSON, AUCTIONEER. Trustee’s Sale. IN VIRTUE of a decree of the Circuit Court for Harford county, sitting as a Court of Equity, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer at Public Sale, at the Court House Door, in Bel Air,' On Tuesday, Sept. 7th, 1869, at 11 o’clock, A. M., all those parts of TWO TRACTS OR PARCELS OF LAND, I lying and being in Harford county, called “OLD MAN’S MEADOWS” AND “ARABELLA,” containing 57! Acres op LAND, MORE OR LESS, It lies on the road leading from Kirk wood’s Shops to Wine-miller’s Mill, about 4 miles from Parkton Station, onN. C. R. R., and adjoins the lands of Jno. Shane, Henry P. Archer, Jno. Shipley and others. This property is improved with a TWO STORY LOG AND FRAME DWELLING, Stable and other out-buildings; has a fine PEACH and APPLE ORCHARD on it, in a very thriving condition. About 40 acres are in cultivation and under fence, balance in good timber. H spring of ex cellent water near the door. TERMS OF SALE. The terms of Sale prescribed by the Decree are—that one third of the purchase money shall be paid in cash on the day of sale, and the residue with interest, in two equal installments, at six and twelve months thereafter, for which the purchaser will be required to give notes or bonds, with ap proved security. A. PRESTON GILBERT, Trustee. J. S. Richardson, Auct’k. julS Win. Mechem & Co., COMMISSION MEROH A NTS * AND DEALERS IN FERTILIZERS, KIKSKWOOD, I*., \\. it 11. K. 1!. Tin* muLnc fibers, boing permanently loolt<l al Kdg wood Station, P., W. 4 B. K. K., offer to flu* public a large variety of Forlillfcre, embracing CHICAGO BONE, A-Pure article, and one which cannot be excelled. si.. per ton. Hewes' Unrivalled Phosphate, WII ANN’S PHOSPHATE. 0r chilla Guano , LIME, PLASTER, CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, Ac. Which will he sold for cash, or exchanged for Country Produce. Consignments ofGrain, Hay. 4c., I'ospcctfiilly solicited, for which the highest market prices will ho obtained, and prompt return* made. WM. MECHEM & CO. au6*3m Trustee’s Sale. 1 N pursuance of a Decree of the Circuit ■ Court for Harford county, sitting in equity, passed in a cause therein lately pending, wherein Daniel M. Cooley was complainants, and Corbin Cooley and others were defendants, the undersigned, as Trustee, will sell at Public Sale, at tin Court House Door in Rel Air, On Tuesday, Sept. 7lli, At 12 o’clock, noon, all the right, interest and estate of the par ties to the above mentioned pause in and to all that TRACT OIL PARCEL OF LAND, situate in Harford county, called “TRIPLE UNION’’ AND ‘ ‘FEI END SHIP ,’ ’ which Charles jCooley lately died possessed of, and being the same land more paeticn larly described in a deed from Evan W. Thomas to Amanda C, Jarrett, dated the 23d May, 182 ft, and recorded in Liber H. D., No. 13, folio 248, one of the land records of the Circuit Court for Harford eountv. A. L. JARRETT,' ault Trustee. EXECUTORS NOTICE. ' I’HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, Thai the snb- X leriber has obtained from the Register of Wills of Harford county, Md., betters Tcslamcn tarv on the personal estate of ARCHIBALD SCARBOROUGH, late of Harford county, dec’d. AJI persons ha< • ing claims against said deceased are hereby no tified to exhibit the same, with the legal Touch ers thei -of, on or before the \Glhda\)af August, 18.0, or tlier may otherwise by law lie excluded from all bemfit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are nquesled to make immediate pay men I Given under my hand and seal Oiisltt hdiv of August. 1860. ARCHER SCARBOROUGH, a It 20 Executor. EXECUTOR’S NOTICE. cj'HlH IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the JL subscriber has obtained from the Regis ter of Wills of Harford eountv, Md., Letters, Testamentary on the persona! estate <f WILLIAAI JONES, late of Harford county, dec’d. All pc .sons having claims against said deceased are here by notified to exhibit the same, with the legal vouchers thereof, on op before the 23d cUty (f Augnnt, 1870, or they may otherwise by law he excluded from till benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate ure re quested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand and seal, this 4d day of August, 1800. A/.ARIAH JONES, Executor.