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Martha V. YodSl In the Circuit Court for
vs. V Harford County, as a
I Jeremiah Young. J Court of Equity.
THE object of thiff suit is to procure a
decree divorcing the complainant
H from the defendant,- a vinculo malrmonii.
■ The bill states that the complainant and
I defendant were married on or about the
I month of November, in the year eight-
I teen hundred and fifty-seven, at the city of
K Baltimore, and that they lived together as
I man and wife for the space of one year,
I when the defendant abandoned the cora
[ plainant, and removed beyond the limits
I of the State of Maryland. The bill fur
[ ther states that the abandonment of the
complainant by the- defendant has ccntin
! ued uninterruptedly for more than three
years, and that the separation of the par
ties is deliberate and final, and beyond any
reasonable hope of reconciliation; and that
the defendant abandoned the complainant
without any cause—that the complainant
is uninformed of the whereabouts of the
defendant, never having heard from him,
or of him, for more than three and
that he is still absent from the State of
Maryland. The bill then prays an order
of publication against the said defendant,
warning and commanding him to appear in
person or by solicitor, in this Honorable
Court, on some certain day to be therein
named, and answer the premises, and abide
by and perform such order and decree as
may be passed therein, and that on the
failure of the said defendant to appear and
answer the said bill, that then the said bill
of complaint may be taken pro confesso ,
and that a decree may be passed divorcing
the complainant from the defendant, a vin
culo matrimonii , and for such other and
further relief as the complainant’s case
may require.
It is thereupon, this seventh day of
April, eighteen hundred and sixty-two,
adjudged and ORDERED, That the com
plainant, by causing a copy of this order
to be inserted in some newspaper printed
and published in Harford County, once in
each week, for four successive weeks three
months before the fourth day of August
next, give notice to the said non-resident
defendant of the object and substance of
the bill, and warn him to appear in this
court in person or by solicitor, on or be
fore the first Monday in August next, and
shew cause, if any he has, why the pray
er of the complainant should not be grant
ed; otherwise the bill may be taken pro
confesso against him. .
WM. GALLOWAY,CIerk.
True copy Test,
WM. GALLO WAY, Clerk.
apl2-4t
ROAD NOTICE.
To all tohom it may concern:
NOTICE is hereby given, that thirty
days from the date hereof, application
will be made, by petition, to the County
Commissioners of Harford County, to al
ter the location of that part of the old
YORK ROAD, commencing at A. A. Gil
bert’s barn and ending at Benjamin F.
Ayres.
April 12th, 1862. apl2-4t
“notice: -
The COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
for Harford County will meet at their
office in Bel Air on TUESDAY, Ist of
April, and every Tuesday and Wednesday
during the months of April and May, for
the purpose of making transfers and abate
ments. and such other business as may
come before them. All persons desiring
transfers or abatements, will attend, as no
attention will be paid the alienation books,
with regard to deeds, and no abatements
will be allowed after May.
By order,
JOHN T. SPICER,
mh22 t Clerk.
EXECUTRIX’ NOTICeT
'"THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that the sub
-1 scriber has obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters Testament
ary pn the personal estate of
OLIVER GALLOP,
late of said county, deceased. 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
2 d day of April, 1863,
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 2d day
of April, 1862.
CATHERINE GALLOP,
aps-Ct Executrix. *
VALUABLE FARM
FOR BALB.
THE Subscriber offers at Private Sale
his Farm, called “Hunting Neck,”
situated 2 miles from Perrymansville,
containing
aio ACRES,
MOBE OR LESS. %
This Farm is in a high state of culti
vation, and is well timbered and well wa
tered.
The improvements consist of a
TWO-STORY DWELLING HOUSE
ln good repair, and all the OUT-BUILD
INGS necessary to a well appointed
Farm.
Persons desiring to view the premises,
will call on the subscriber,
G. H. NELSON,
Perrymansville, Harford Co. Md.
mb29-6t
SLAVES WANTED
TTTB are at all times {yirchasing SLAVES,
V V paying the highest cash prices. Persons
wishing to sell will please call at No. 285 Pintt
street. Communications addressed to
ju4-ly 11. M. & W. L. CAMPBELL.
Wx, E. POTBET, , , _
, vg ’ In the Circuit Court for Har-
Sarah A. Potkbt, ®“ rd Coußt y- 88 a Court of
t His Wife. Chancery.
THE object of the Bill filed in thie case
is to obtain a decree divorcing the
| complainant from the defendant, a vinculo
i matrimonii. The Bill states that the cotn
. plainant was married to the defendant about
the- -day of June, in the year 1867.
That they lived together until some time
in the month of September, 1857, ever
since which time he has been residing in
the State of Maryland, and she has been
residing in the State of Ohio. The Bill
further charges, that since their marriage
the said defendant has been guilty of adul
tery, and prays for a divorce, and that no
tice, by publication, may be given to her
of the object and substance of the bill.
It is thereupon ordered, this 25th day
of March, 1862, that the complainant, by
publication of a copy of this order in some
newspaper printed in Harford Counity,
once a week for four successive weeks,
before the first day of May next, give no
tice to the said defendant to appear in this
Court, in person or by solicitor, on or be
fore the fourth day of August next, and
shew cause, if any she has, why the pray
er of the said complainant should not be
granted; otherwise, the Bill may be taken
pro confesso against her.
WM. GALLOWAY, Clerk.
True Copy, Test,
WM. GALLOWAY, Clerk.
mh29-4t
NOTICE
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
l scriber has obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters of Admin
istration on the personal estate of
HANNAH NELSON,
late of said county, deceased. | All persons hav
ing claims against said deceased are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the sara n , with the legal vouchers
thereof, on or before the
24 1 h day of March, 1863,
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 24th day
of March, 1862.
GEORGE H. NELSON,
mh29-6t ' Administrator.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICeT”
f pHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
sCrihcr has obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md,, Letters of Admin
tration on the personal estate of
' JULIA A. JARRETT,
ate 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, on or before the
1 Ith day of March, 1863,
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 17th day of
March, 1862.
ABRAHAM JARRETT,
mh22-6t Administrator.
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
scribers have obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters Testament
ary on the personal estate of
RALPH S. LEE,
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, on or before the
\§th day of March, 1863,
‘ 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 19th day of
March, 1862.
DAVID LEE,
JOSHUA WILSON,
_mh-22 Executors.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE~
rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that thesubscri-
JL her has obtained from the Register of Wills
of Harford County, Md., Letters Testamentary
on the personal estate of
JOHN KELLY STUMP,
late of said county, deceased. All persons having
claims against said deceased, are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, with the legal vouch
' ers thereof, on or before the
IU& day of March. 1863,
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 March, 1862.
WILLIAM HENRY STUMP,
Marls Administrator.
William Watkins and
Sephrohia his wife, cl al. In the Circuit Court
vs. for Harfotd couu-
Wit. Strektt and Mary J. ty—in Equity,
his wife, etal. J /
ORDERED, this twelfth day of April,
eighteen hundred and sixty-two, that
the sales made and reported by Archer H.
Jarred, Trustee in the above case, be rati
fied and confirmed, unless cause to the
contrary be shown on or before the 12th
day of May next, provided a copy of this
Order be inserted in some. newspaper
printed in Harford County, once in each
of three successive wjpeks before the said
12th day of May next.
The report states the amount of sales
to be $5,312 50.
WM. GALLOWAY, Cferk.
True Copy, Test,
WM. GALLOWAY, Clerk.
apl9
NEW GOODS.
THE Subscriber has juet received from
the city a fine assortment of MER- '
CHANDJSE, which will be sold CHEAT
for cash. His stock consists of Ladies’
Dress Goods, Dry ■ Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Queens ware, Cedar Ware, Hol
low Ware, Nails, Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps, Ready-made Clothing, and every
article usually kept in a country store.
JAMES HERRON,
Cor. Main st. and Port Deposit avenue;
mhß9-tf Bel Ain, Md.
PUBLIC SALE
OF
VALVAILS
HORSES AND CATTLE.
THE undersigned will offer at Public
Sale, on
THURSDAY, APRIL 24th, at 11 A. M. j
AT TUB
GENERAL WAYNE STABLES,
IN BALTIMORE CITY,
The thorough-bred Stallion MARS, five
years old; two roadster Stallions, five
years old, bred in Vermont; two Perche
ron entire Colts, three and two years old;
a very promising three-year old entire
Colt by Paul Clifford ; a pair of half Per
cheron Fillies, five years old, good travel
lers, and several other Horses.
ALSO,
The Devon Bull UNCAS, Jersey Bull J
RELIEF, and other DEVON, JERSEY i
and GRADE CATTLE, the
PROPERTY OF MR. J. H. MoHENRY,
OF BALTIMORE COUNTY,
From whom or from the undersigned, or ;
at the office of the Southern Alois, I
may be- obtained a Detailed Cata- l
looue of all the animals to be offered.
SAMUEL H. COVER,
Auctioneer,
apl9 84 Baltimore street, Baltimore, i
IraisaiTl
IN PURSUANCE of a Decree of the j
Circuit Court for Harford County, j
silting in 'Equity, the subscribers, as ;
Trustees, will offer at public sale at the
Court House door in the town of Bel Air,
On Tuesday , the 13 th |
Day of May, 1862, at 11 o’clock, A. M., I
all that
TRACT OR PARCEL OF :
Situate in Harford County, called “Con- •
elusion,” containing
1121 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS,
Being the same land conveyed by Mary |
Johnson, Executrix, to Robert Amoss and 1
others, by deed recorded in Liber W. G., I
No. 10, folio 261.
The improvements consist of a large I
and convenient
JUyiA-a DWELLING |
Msißft tawvsab
Barn, Stabling, and other Out-Buildings, i
The land is well fenced and well water- |
ed, and has on it very large
PBAGH A APPUBRgjI |
ORCHARDS,
In full bearing. About 80 acres is clear- i
ed, and balance HEAVILY TIMBERED. }
The soil is of the best quality. It lies on 1
the road leading from the Brick Baptist i
Church to Pleasantville, and adjoins the
land of, Washington Han way. It is con- i
venient to churches, schools and mills.
* TERMS OF SALE
Prescribed by the Decree are:—One- j
third Cash on the day of sale; one-third j
in six months, and the balance in twelve ;
months, credit payments to bear interest I
from the day of sale, and to be secured by
notes, with surety to be approved by the
Trustees. On payment of the whole of
the purchase money the Trustees will ex
ecute a deed to purchaser.
ARCHER H. JARRETT,
WM. A. WILSON, j
apl9-ts Trustees.
TRUSTEE’S SALE.
T) r VIRTUE of a Decree of the Circuit Court
H for Harford County, sitting as a Court of
Equity, the subscriber, as Trustee, will expose at
public sale, at the Court House door in Bel Air,
at 12 o’clock M. on
Tuesday, the 22 d day of April , ;
1862, all that
H mil, ;
Lying in Harford County, composed of two con*
tiguous tracts called “Tricks and Things,’’ and .
“Colegate’s Last Shift,” containing
64 Acres, More or Less.
This Land is situated immediately on the road
leading from Bel Air to La Grange Iron Works,
and particularly described in a deed from Wil
liam B. Bond, Trustee, to Samuel M. Ady, in
Liber W. Q., No. 9, folio 414.
The improvements are a COMFORTABLE
DWELLING HOUSE and other Out l Build
ings.
The land is of good quality and in a good
state of cultivation, and the whole is under good
fencing. ■
j The Terms of Sale as prescribed by the Decree
are—that one-third of the purchase money shall
be paid in cash on the day of sale, one-third in
six, and the residue in twelve months thereafter,
the purchaser giving note for the credit payments,
bearing interest, with surety to be approved by
the trustee.
DAN. SCOTT,
mh29-ts Trustee.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OP ’
job B3RX3srTnsrci'
Executed at this office, Cheap for Cash.
XTOTZOS TO
Merchants, Traders A Others.
ALL PERSONS and bodies corporate or poli
tic, in Harford County, who are or shall be
exercising or pursuing any business, or shall be
doing any act or thing, or shall be in the occu
pation of any house or place for any purpose for
which a license is made necessary by the Laws of
Maryland, are hereby warned to obtain a Li
' cense, or renew the same,
j - ’
j Between the and KM day of May
ensuing,
nnder the penalties prescribed by said laws for
the infraction thereof.
Those interested are notified of tbs following
requirements of the License Law:
Traders' Licenses. —The amount to be paid by
traders for a license, (the amount of stock at the
principal season of sale to be given uuder oath,)
is as follows; If the applicant’s stock in trade
does not exceed SI,OOO, $ 12
Over 1,000 and not over $1,500, - - - 15
“ 1,500 “ “ 2,500, - - - 18
“ 2,500 “ “ 4,000, - - - 22
“ 4,000 “ “ 6,000, - - -30
1 “ 6,000 “ “ 8,000, - - - 40
“ 8,000 “ “ 10,000, --- * BO
I “ 10,000 “ “ 15,000, --- 65
I “ 15,600 “ “ 20,000, --- 80
’ “ 20,000 “ “ 30,000, - - - 100
“ 30,000 “ “ 40,000, -- - 125
40,000 - 150
1 The applicant must either make oath, as here
tofore, before the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the county where be is engaged in business, of
; the amount of goods kept on bahd at the priam
; pal season of sale; or the oath may be admimj
i Wred by a Justice of the Peace, when the person
I wanting the license applies through an agent.—
; If the latter course be adopted, the following form
I will be deemed a sufficient compliance with the
j act;
I Harford County, to wit;
1 On this day of 1862, before the sub
scriber, a Justice of the Peace of the State of Ma
; ryland, in and for said county, personally ap
i peared , and declared that he intends to
apply for a trader’s license, under the 2d section
j of the Act of January session, 1858, to the Clerk
| of the Circuit Court for Harford county, and j
j made oath that the amount of the stock of goods
j generally kept on hand by him, (or by the con
-1 cern in which he is engaged, in case it is a part
nership,) at the principal season of sale, (or if
; the applicant has not previously engaged in such
, trade,) that the amount of the stock of goods
which he expects to keep, Ac., does not (or will
| not) exceed $ — .
Sworn before
! If the oath be administered before a Justice of
, the Peace out of the county in which the appli
j cation is made, there must be attached the certi
| ficate of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
I county in which the Justice resides.
Persons may sell salt to cure fish in March,
April and May without license. Venders of cakes
; and venders of beer and cider, who are the makers
j of such beer aud cider, (lager beer excepted,)
j are not required to pay license.
Licenses to Ordinaries and Tavern Keepers. —
| The licenses to ordinaries and tavern keepers to
I sell spirituous or fermented liquors or lager beer !
j in quantities less than a pint, at any one time, j
are as follows: Provided that the applicant shall
i first he recommended to the Clerk by two res
! pectable freeholders of his immediate vicinity,
! and shall make cath before said Clerk that he has
1 bona fide (and without intending to evade the
| requirements of this article,) provided and ex
pects to maintain six good beds, with sufficient
i covering therefor—and three rooms more than
j sufficient for the {private use of said ordinary
I keeper, with stabling and provender for five
I horses at least; and if said applicant resides in
■ the city of Baltimore, that he has provided and
I expects to maintain twelve good beds with cov
' ering as aforesaid, and six rooms.
The said applicant is also to make oath before
| the Clerk as to the rate of rent or annual value
I of the house at or in which the business to be
; authorized by the license may be done, orintend
ed to be done.
1 If the rental or annual Value is not
| Over SIOO, $25
i “ 100 and not over S2OO, - - - - 40
I “ 200 “ “ 300, -- - - 50
i “ 300 “ “ 400, -- - - 60
( “ 400 “ “ 500, -- - - 75
“ 500 “ “ 750, - - - - 90
i “ 750 “ “ 1000, -- - - 100
i “ 1000 “ “ 2000, -- - - 150
i " 2000 “ “ 3000, -- - - 180
“ 3000 " “ 3000, - - - - 250
| “ 5000 “ “ 10000, .... 400
| ” 10000 450
1 Licenses to Retailers of Spirituous or Fermented
! Liquors or Lager Beer.— The amounts of license
| to be paid by retailers of spirituous and ferment
ed liquors or lager beer are as follows: If the va
{ lue of the stock in trade he SSOO or less, - $ 18
j Over 500, 35
i From 1,000 to $2,000, go
“ 2,000 to 4,000, 75
“ 4,000 to 6,000, 100
“ 6,000 to 10,000, 120
“ 10,000 to 20,600, 130
“ 20,000 to 30,000, 140
Over 30,000, ---- 150
No license shall be granted to sell spirituous
: and fermented liquors or lager beer, unless quan
tities than a pint, for the sura of eighteen dollars,
unless the person applying therefor shall also ob
tain a license to sell goods, chattels, wares and
merchandise,, paying therefor the sum herein be
fore prescribed according to the amount of his
stock in trade.
, Oyster and Eating Houses.— The license to be
paid by the keepers of oyster and eating houses
is S6O throughout the State.
Females vending millinery and other small ar
ticles, whose stock in trade is not over $560, pav
a license of $6 only ; but if over that amount,
; they are required to pay the same license as other
I persons—oath to be made as to the amount of
; stock at the principal season of the year.
The Clerk shall not issue license to any person
to sell spirituous or fermented liquors from whom
the grand jury has recommended a license to be
withheld, or to a person whose license has been
1 suppressed by the court, without the special or
der of the court.
1 .1 The 86th section of the code, which required
an applicant for license to open oyster or eating
houses, to procure the recommendation of two
neighboring freeholders, and also to make oath
before the Clerk of the Circuit Court of his ooun
' ty, Ac., as to the annual value of his house, is re
pealed.
j, The above licenses to retailers and oyster and
eating houses go into effect the Ist of Iter
OHAS. D. BOULDIN, Sheriff
N. B.—By instructions received from the Trea
sury Department at the Clerk’s Office, all persons
applying for a License of any kind, (except mar
rlw;e licenses, which are the same as heretofore)
will hereafter have to pay the fee of fifty cents for
issuing the came, which fee heretofore has been
charged to the State.
ap6 CBAS. D. BOULDIN, Sheriff.
NEGROES! NEGROES I NEGROES,!
lAM at all times purchasing SLAVES, paying
the highest cash prices. lam also prepared
to receive negroes for safe keeping, having erected
a comfortable and secure plafee Tr that*™**,
on Green street, near Baltimore, immediately on
poeite the Western Police Station. Communica
tions addressed to
HENRY FAIRBANKS,
Gn. Wayne Hotel, Baltimore.
1 I"- 1 JUPltl, L
...... H. DORSET GOUGH,
as Mm
Office with O. Scott, Esq.
Bel Air , Md.
N. B. —Can be seen every Saturday at
the United States or Hopper’s Hotel,
Havre-de- Grace.
1 JOSEPH M. STREETT,
AVVOBUT if IAV
Bel Air , Md.
Office adjoining Dallam’s Hotel. s!6
GEO. Y MAYNADIER,
Avveun at uv,
Office in Jamil Building , Bel Air , Md.
J. RICHARDSON,
ATTOEKST AT LAW,
Jarrett Buildings,
au!4 Bel Air, Md.
A. W. BATEMAN,
ATSDaurST AS SAW.
Bel Air, Harford County , Md.
PATRICK H. RUTLEDGE,
as saw*
Office formerly occupied by Wm. 6. Bond,
BEL AIR. Md.
HERMAN STUMP, JR.,
ASS&&&&S AS SAW*
Office in Bel Air, under the Odd Fellows’
Hall.
FOR SALE
A full assortment of
I RON,
STEEL, NAILS, SPIKES,
.Vo. 13 W IRE, for Baling Hay,
HARDWARE,
! Agricultural Implements, &.c., &.c.,
LOW FOR CASH,
Or on a reasonable credit for approved pa
per. Also,
PERUVIAN, CALIFORNIAN, MEXI
CAN AND OTHER
GUANOS,
And a superior article of
FINE BONE OUST FOB CASH,
Which will be paid for Wheat, Corn
and Oats, at Market price, on delivery, by
R. I. JACKSON,
jy23-ly near Darlington, Md.
CHORCHVILLE HOTEL. "
ItHE SUBSCRIBER, having taken this well
known establishment, long known as “Han
na’s Hotel,” is prepared to accommodate his
friends and the public.
THE ACCOMMODATION STAGE
Running between Churehville and Perrymans
viile leaves the Hotel daily at 8} o’clock A. If.,
returning, leaves Perrymnnsville at 12 M., and
arrives at Churehville at 2 P. M.
JB#-0n the last Saturday of each month, at 2
o’clock P. M., a PUBLIC SALE will come oH
at which all kinds of Stock, Carriages, Wagons,
Farming Implements, Ac., Ac., will be offered.
fe!2-y PHILIP DbSWAN, Proprietor.
B. IP. MOORE, JR
r BEL AIR, Mo.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW
SPRING GOODS,
TNCLUDING DRY GOODS, in grea
J. variety, which he is prepared to offer
at"prices for the most part as low as ever.
His stock is now as complete in all its
departments, as-he has ever been able to
present, by the most assiduous attention
to the minutiae of the public demands.
np!3-3t
to*, h. QimrziAar,
DEALER nr '
GRAIN, SEEDS, FEED,
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
ALSO,
GUANO' LIME, BONE-DUST.
And all kinds of fertilisers.
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, GINS.
CIGARS, Ac.
149 NORTH GAY STREET,
BALTIMORE.
(Two doors South of Exeter street.) aps-y
Db. william l. morse,
DBNIZSf,
(Late of BatUmoT* City,)
FT A VINO located himself near JARRETTS
-11 VILLE, HARFORD GO., where be intends
devoting a portion of bis time to his profession,
will be nappy to wait upon those requiring bis
services in the treatment of all diseases arising
from decayed teeth, and in the various branches
of Operative and Mechanical Dentistry. Entire
satisfaction gotirantied, or no charge will bs
dekli.y
TO THE FARMERS OF HARFORD,
f I >HE UNDERSIGNED has taken and fitted up
J. in a comfortable manner that well known
hotel known as the
fianimn mar,
Comer of High and HUlen trmtt,
Where he will be happy to receive a call from his
Harford friends. Every effort win be mode to
render his patrons comfortable.
nol3 THOMAS T. RUTLEDGE.
: . ! LAPIDUM ON HAND.
ALSO a fresh supply of LUMBER, making up
theoanal assortment, at the old stand.
Thankful for past favors, I beg to call the at
tention of former customers to the above font,
and hope to see them als6 on hand at UpfflbS.
with their teams and “ tin.”
- KBR
QVVAN ISLAND GUANO, One of the best for-
O Winers known, just received and for sale at
Upfdum, by B. P. HEATH.
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