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We give below a List ofafrthe Public Officers in this County, with their post offices, for the convenience <jf those having business yith or de siring to with said officers; . , uJirJ ClftCUli; COURT, PaH office. Hon. John H. Price, Judge, Darlington. William Galloway, Clerk, Bel Air. William Bouldin, Deputy Clerk, •* " William H. GnUstn, States Attorney, *< “ Charles D. Rouldin, Sheriff, “ “ Robtolt Bouldin, Depy Sheriff “ “ William H. Dallam, Auditor, 11 “ James Guyton, Crier, Dublin. }“"*• •***■' ,n- ORPHANS’”COURT. , ' Hon. David Lee, Chief Judge, Jerusalem Mills. Hon- Wm. Wiles, Associate Judge, Darlington. Hon. William Amos, “, ; ■ “ Fawn Grove. Benedict H. Hanson, Register of Wills, Bel Air. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Ist, Dis. Thomas W. Hall, (Treas.,) Abingdon. 2d. Dis. James Walker, Perrymansville. 3d. Dis. Henry G. Watters, Thomas’ Run. 4th. Dis. John F. Smithson, Fawn Grove. sth. Dis. Henry S. Harlin, Darlington. John T. Spicer, Clerk, Bel Air. Wm. H. Dallam, Counsel, Bel Air. COUNTY "SURVEYOR. , Willliam Bowman, Hopewell X Roads. COLLECTORS OF TAXES. Ist. Dis. Isaac Standiford, Abingdon. 2d. Dis. William 0. Wilson, Hopewell X Roads. 34. Dis. James Barrow, Hickory. 4tb. Dis. Thomas Walker. Upper X Roads. sth. Dis. Philip 11. Love, Peach Bottom, EXECUTIVE BOARD SCHOOL COMMISSION rk \ i ,-EBS- , Ist. Dis. Geo. W. Kendley, Little Gunpowder. 2d. Dis. Willaim F. Bayless, Glenville. 3d. Dis. John T. Spicer, Bel Air. 4tl}, Dis. Robert Gailey, Fawn Grove. Rth. Dis. James Silver, Churchville. 6th. Dis. R. Alex. Taylor, Havre de Grace. B. H. Hanson, Treasurer, Bel Air. JUSTICES OP~THE PEACE. Ist. Die.’—J. W. Shreck, Wm. H. Pierce, Benja min Legoe. 2d. Dis.—John C. Charshee, Richard Lofiin, Gar rett Osbui-D, Samuel Hopkins. 3d. Dis.—Samuel Magaw, John T. Spicer, John Wann, Joseph W. Shroff, Amos Gilbert. 4th. Dis.—John Afther, John Heaton, William J. Blaney, John H. Kirkwood. sth. Dis. —Charles E. Markland, Hugh Jones, Joeeph E. Scotten, Cyrus H. Pusey. 6th. Dis. Aquila Bailey, Thomas M. Bacon. CONSTABLES. Ist. Dis. Benjamin Taylor, Elijah Preston, Phine haa P. Pyle. 2d. Dis, A. D. Carroll, William Numbers, Samuel Bay less. 3d. Dis.—Thomas M. James, Elisha R. Tucker, James Harvy, James Johnson. 4th. Dis.—Geo. H. Sheave, Geol Wood, Wm. Mc-Comas. Bth. Dis.—David Deckman, Chas. McCann, Jno. Keys. 6tb Dis.—John Hopkins. ROAD SUPERVISORS, lit. Dis.—Peter E. Carroll. 2d. Dis.—Henry C. Coen. 3d. Dis.—Leonard Wheeler. 4th. Dis.—Henry J. Horn. sth. Dis. —James Howe. LUMBER INSPECTORS. Jarrett Spencer, Bell’s Ferry. Bennett Charshee, Havre de Grace. John Blainey, Havre de Grace. FISH INSPECTOR. John Coen, Havre de Grace. BALTIMORE COUNTY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. JOHN R. D. BEDFORD, Conveyancer and Real Estate Agent, No. 6 Smedley Row, Towsontown, Md. EXAMINATIONS of Titles, Deeds, Leases, Bonds, Mortgages, Wills, and all other In struments of Writing, prepared with accuracy, neatness and dispatch. EXAMINATION OF TITLES AND CONVEYANCING. The undersigned having given much time and attentionjq,the examination of TITLES, and ac curately CbmpiKawlfrhets of hearty all the titles to lands in Baltimore county, since the separa tion from the city in -1851, respectfully informs those who may. nave dealings in property, that it will be greatly to their advantage to call upon him to have their business attended to. By so doing they will save much time .and ex pens*, !♦ If done by a practical person, promptly, ac curately and neatly, and at less expense than it oua be done by other*. Heeds, Leases, Mortgages, Wills, and all other instruments of writing, carefullv prepared by JNO. R, D.*BEDFORD, No. 6 Smedley Row, Towsontown, Md. ILLUSTRATED SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, THE BEST MECHANICAL PAPER IN THE : 1. WORLD. >,f ■< ~ t : !_ :/’■ SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOLUME VI—NEW SERIES. A NEW VOLUME of this widely-circulated paper commenced on the fiHhef January.— It Is published weekly, and every number contains sixteen pages of useful information, and from five . to ten original engravings of new inventions and dieaoveries, all of Which an? prepared expressly to ibKdtemns. •“ ” TO THE or mauafteturiag pursuits should think of “do ing without” the Scientific American. It oosts but four dents per week; every number contains ffottt Ml to ten engravings of new machine* and inventions, which cannot to found in ahy other publication. It is an established rule of the pub lishers to insert none but original engravings, and those of the first class in the art, drawn and engraved by experienced penens under their own I *TT 7O TBB ° ivis,iToß - American h indispensable to eve ry inventor; as it not only contains il.ostrated dwwipfioos of nearly all the best inventions as but eeob number contains an offi* ctal List of the Claims of all the Patents issued from th* United Staten Patent Office during % non also receiving, entry week, the beet scientific 1 journals of Great Britain, France and German} ; | thus -piecing is our poeeeoeioß all that w trans piring in mechanical science and art in these old j countries. We shall continue to transfer to our ' columns copipna extracts from these journals of 1 whatever we May deem of interest to opr read- I ers. CHEMISTS, ARCHITECTS, FARMERS AND 1 MILLWRIGHTS. The Scientific American will be found a most useflil journal to them. All the new discoveries in the science of chemistry are given in its col umns, and the interests of the archstect and car penter are not overlooked; all the new inventions and discoveries appertaining to those pursuits be ing published from week to week. Useful and practical information pertaining to the inter ests of millrights and mill-owners will be found ■ published in the Scientific American, which in formation they cannot possibly obtain from any other source. Subjects in which planters and farmers are interested will be found discussed in ■ the Scientific American; most of the improvements being illustrated in its columns. TERMS: To mail subscribers: Two Dollars a year, or One Dollar for six months. One Dollar pays for one complete volume of 416 pages; two volumes com prise one year. The volumes commence on the first of January and July. Specimen copies will be sent gratis to any part of the country. Also a pamphlet of instruction to about obtain ■ ing patents, sent free. MUNN & CO., Publishers, 36 Park Row, N. Y. REDUCED TO HALF PRICE. THE ALBION: ’ A Weekly Newspaper , published every Saturday Morning , in the City oj New York , and Devoted to GENERAL LITERATURE. PRICE $3 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. For nearly forty years—having established in ■ 1822—the Albion has been maintained attheori • ginal subscription price of six dollars; and dur • ing nearly half that period, down to the present • year, a costly engraving has been annually given to subscribers. But this system of compensating, ns it were, for a high price of subscription by a valuable extraneous gift, is less approved than formerly. Whether this be owing to the increas ed circulation of works of Art; to the inconveni ent accumulation of “ Albion” prints in the , hands of old subscribers; or above all to the po pular preference of Photography as a substitute ( for Engraving—it is unimportant to inquire.— The system at least has ceased to he unique and desirable; while, in addition to this, the general ’ tendency of the day towards lowness of price pre vents an increase in the circulation of the Albion, commensurate with the position that it holds. The change thus announced has been contem plated for two or three years past; the state of . the times determines that it be now adopted.— But the many old and staunch supporters of The I Albion may be assured that, in its tone and cha racteristics, no change whatever is intended.— The editor values too highly the favor with which it has been received, for so long a time, among British residents of this Continent, and Ameri ’. cans who regard with interest the land of their forefathers. What The Albion has been as a high-priced journal, The Albion will be at a re duced cost. Notwithstanding the reduction in the price of The Albion, we propose putting the volume for 1862 into a complete set of new type, with such other mechanical improvements as onr experience has led us to adopt. We add, for the information of those who may be interested, that we shall not print many more copies of The Albion than will suffice to supply onr old friends, and the very many new ones al ready put upon the list since the last change of ■ price. Persons therefore desirous of commencing . with the new vplntne are requested to send their names at once. The Albion is made up with a view to the volumes being preserved. From the Cleveland Daily Herald, Nov. 19, '6l. “The N. Y. Albion, in its own peculiar de partment of newspaper literature, has ‘no rival near its throne.’ Ostensibly made up to meet the tastes and interests of the English element in the United States and Canada, it is iu reality so conducted as to be a favorite with all persons who like first-class literature. Party politics it eschews altogether, as not falling within its 1 sphere, whilst in the present contest it maintains a strict neutrality, merely glancing at the events of the week, with perhaps a word or two as to the probable effect of those events. Its editorials are high-toned and thoughtful, and the same cha racteristics are discernible in every department of the paper. The principal portion of the hand some sixteen page quarto is occupied by a reflex of choicest current English literature in all its de partments; selections from the leading editorials 1 of English papers, a well-digested summary of all the important and interesting Canadian, English 1 and European news, with other matters not to be found in any other paper printed this side of 1 the Atlantic. The Albion’s criticisms in Litera • ture, Art, Music and the Drama, have an envia -1 ble reputation for ability and fairness. 1 “The Albion has been published weekly for nearly forty years, and during the whole of that ’ time the subscription price has been six dollars a ; year. High as the price was, it was honestly worth the money. Of late the proprietors have given each subscriber annually, a splendid steel engraving, to be obtained in no Other way. In future, a different course will be adopted!; After the present year no engraving will be giveta, and the subscription price will lie reduced to Three Dollars a year. At that price—taking the char acter of its contents into consideration—it is the cheapest paper of its class published, and we strongly advise all who want a good femiiy pa per, one which will give the very cream of choice literature, besides containing a full digest of fo reign news and opinions, to inclose three dollars to the publishers, Messrs. Young & Ahern, 16 Beekman Street, New York.” THE ALBIONENGRAYINGS. _ We have on band dopies of The Albion Engra vings, and subscribers and others can be famish ed with torn at $3 each to subscribers, end $3 each to non subscribers. A few proof copies of the - 9UUVCB XltmSffAXß print on India paper may be had. Of this pic ture the Albany Nat-xman says: “Florence Nightingale is one of those few be ings who niay be said to belong exclusively to no country and no people. Her name and her feme are the property of the world. ' England, It is true claims the honor of being her birthplace and her home; bat whatever humanity reaches, Flo rence Nightingale finds a dwelling-place iii every I true heart. x>n. easts At the Graves of Sir John Franklin's Men. This carefully prepared print is entirety ta line, and from a sketch made expressly for the purpose by J. B. Wandesfotde, and approved by the la mented gentleman’s family, represents Dr, Kane in his seal-skin dress, and the period illustrated is thus recorded in the Doctor’s own narrative: H I still twKJhg over our projects with Cap tain Penny, when a messenger was reported, ma king all speed to us over the ice. The news he brought wm thrilling. ‘Graves, Captain Penny! gragl Frapklin’s Wp jrere instantly |n motion —Captaui De H|ven, Captain Penny, Commander Phillips and myself, joined by a party from the Rescue, hurried on over the ice, and scrambling along the loose and ragged slope that extends from Beechy to the shore came, after a treaty (Walk, to the crest of the Isthmus. Hereaniid the sterile uniformity of snow and slate, were the headboards of three graves made after the old Orthodox fashion of gravestones at home.’'’ The following “Albion" engravings are also on hand; Chalon’s Queen Victoria; Lucas’ Prince Albert; Stuart’s Washington; Matteson’s Benjamin Franklin; Landseer’s Return from Hawking; Landseer’s Deer Pass; Allan’s Sir Walter Scott; Cope’s First Trial by Jury; Buckler’s St. Paul’s London; Landseer’s Dignity of Impudence; Wanderford’s Mary Queen of Scots; Portrait of General Havelock; Herring’s Three Mem Iters of the Temperance So ciety; Wilkie’s Columbus propounding his Theory of a New World; The Castle of Ischia, from Stanfield's Picture; I The Falls of Niagara, from an original Drawing ! made for the Albion. Engravings can lie safely forwarded by mail or express, on a pasteboard roller, at a charge of a few cents. ##~Money may be transmitted in registered letters at our risk."®^ YOUNG & AHERN, Publishers, No. 16 Beekman Street, ja2s New York. “THAT STANDARD SHEET.” 1 862. Great National Banner of Intellect, FOR American Hearts and Homes! } THE NEW YORK MERCURY | A NEW YEAR WITH AN OLD FRIEND. On New Year’s day of 1862, that world-re- | nowned and unrivaled gem of American journal- . ism, the peerless New York Mercury, entered up on the twenty-fourth year of the most brilliant I career ever achieved by a paper. During the I past year it has been the teacher, story-teller, i mentor, and oracle of two hundred thousand Ame- ! rican homes, from ocean to ocean—and from Que- ] bee, in Canada, to Pensacola, on the Gulf of Mex ico. Young and Old, rich and poor, have revel- I ed in its enchanting stores of wisdom, romance, i art, poetry, and genial humor; and its praise is I “Familiar in their mouths aa household word*.” | The noble patriot-soldier in his tent, too, has I whiled away the tedium of camp life in the ab sorbing review of its FORTY BRILLIANT COLUMNS, finding in them a fascinating mental discipline known only to those who rally to the Banner- , Sheet of the Brand Army of American Intellect and Genius! In commencing a New Year, the proprietors of the New York Mercury can only say, that it, shall be their aim to make their great family jour- j nal of American literature, for 1862, more bril- j liant and enchanting than ever, in its eoncentra- ! tion of all the world’s grandest and most beauti- I ful specialities in healthful Romance, graceful Poetry, -elegant and cpiaint Gossip, refining. Knowledge, sparkling Humor, ar.d entertaining I News—until, like love, it ** —r- rules the court, tlio camp, the bower,” as it already rules the domestic fireside. The editorial tone and National departments of The New York Mercury will continue true to that lofty spirit of patriotism which baa made it) a necessity of the people since the War begun, j and kept it in enthusiastic demand when other ; sheets were dying all around it for want of popu-! lar support. , Already the largest Literary Journal in the , world, and famous as the focus of a thousand! brilliant literary reputations, its programme for I 1862 will be magnificent beyond all precedent.— | The most celebrated pens of this country and Eu- ( rope have been secured in its service, at an out lay equal to the expense of more than one na tional government in the Old World! and its no velettes, or continued stories, for 1862, will be the most splendid triumphs of elegant Fiction ever published. To these, too, the magic pencil of the greatest American artists, Mr. Felix 0. C. Parley, will lend the aid of pictorial an. Our story, initiatory of ihe New Year, is a splendid national Romance, commencing in the New York Mercury of .Saturday, January 4th, 1862, and entitled THE RATTLESNAKE: OR. THE REBEL PRIVATEER. A TALE OF THE PRESENT TIME. BY NED BUNTLINE. Is the Greatest Nautical Novelette since the days of Marryatt. The New York Mercury is sold by all news men and periodical dealers in America. To sub scribers, it is regularly mailed every Saturday morning, for $2 a year; three copies for $5; six copies for $9; eight copies for sl2, with an extra copy, fret , to the getter up of the club. Six months’ subscriptions received. Always write plainly the name of your Post Office, County and State. We take the notes of all specie paying banks at par. Payment must invariably be made in advance. copies sent free to all applicants. ' Address all letters and remittances, postpaid, to CAULDWELL, SODTHWORTH & WHITNEY, Proprietors of the New Fork Mercury, 46 and 48 Ann street, New York City. DR. WMrWATERS^ aranst. RESPECTFULLY informs his fViends and the AV public generally that he is prepared to per form all operations appertaining to his profes sion, in an accomplished manner. Also inserts Teeth on Pivots, and Plate Teeth in setts, or parts of setts, in the most accurate manner and on acceptable terms. All communications addressed to him at Falls ton, Harford county Md., will be promptly at tended to. % juns-ly BSWTMTmV. (MKdr. j, g. dance. SURGEON DENTIST, Respectfully Informs the citizens of Harford 00. that he is prepared to perform all operations ap peraining to his profession, in the most scienti fic manner, and 'With as little pain as possible. He will be found in Bel-Air, at his office, the fiut part of each week and on all public days; All communications addressed to him will be promptly attended to. jaiHy CHEAT FOR CASH. I EVSB7 DESCRIPTION OP JOB PRINTING SUCH AS HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS NOTES, CARDS, i miu 9 fall anb |)k |tit Inflations, VISITING CARDS, magistrates’ and other BLANKS, Neatly print 'd at the office of the ASgis. COAL OIL i COAL OIL I COAL OIL! QUINLAN & WHITE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN KEROSENE OIL and LAMPS, PARAFFINE CANDLES, FA.KTCY SOAP, cftic. WE are prepared to sell “ Pure Non- Explosive Kerosene or Coal Oil at ] the low price of 55 cts. per gallon, j We have also on hand a large assort ment of LAMPS at very low prices, j We wonld recommend the Paraffine 1 Candles (made from Coal) as being the ( cheapest Candles persons could burn.— i They burn one-half longer than Adaman -1 tine and one-third longer than Sperm, and ) only cost 30 cents per lb. They have | the appearance of wax candles. We shall always have a stock of these Candles on hand. ( Persons in want of anything in our line ! will do well to call and examine our stock I before purchasing elsewhere. Particular attention paid to Country or : tiers. QUINLAN &. WHITE, No. 149 North Gay Street, | marls-y near Exeter. ! Ground Bone. i ' HAVING rebuilt our Factory and add- ■ ed new and improved Machinery,; we are now prepared to fill orders for I PURE FINE [ GROUND BONE!I AT SHORT NOTICE. j I Grateful for past patronage, we solicit a j i continuance of the same; guaranteeing in ’ all cases to give entire satisfaction. ! Price $27 Per Ton, 2,000 Lbs. in Bulk. JOHN BULLOCK & SON. I. M. Denson & Buck, Agts. 100 Light Street Wharf, BALTIMORE. Also, constantly in store and for sale POUDRETTE at $lO per ton in bulk, or $12.50 in barrels. ! mh22-tf J. BULLOCK fc SON, j *mm. mm ansa DAILY LINE OF MAIL llTAiiilli, Between Bel Air and Baltimore. UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs his -* friends that he has recently added to his Through Line a new and comfortable COACH, capable of accommodating fifteen passengers, and that the Magnolia Stages have been refitted with regard to comfort and convenience, with an ad ditional stock of Horses. The Stages via Turnpike leave Bel Air every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 o’clock A. M., arriving in Baltimore by 1 o’clock P. M.— Returning, leave Brown’s Hotel, High street, ev ery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturddy at 8 A. M. arriving in Bel Air by 1 P. M. The Stage for Baltimore via Magnolia, (con necting with the 9.30 A. M. train from Balti more to Philadelphia,) leaves Dallam’s Hotel, Bel Air, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 7 ' o’clock.' Passengers from Baltimore arrive in Bel Air by 3 P. M. through on either line $1 00. Way passengers accommodated at any point on the road. JOS. E. BATEMAN, Prop’r. THOMAS THOMPSON^ (Established 1837,) 36ranbits, #ht, J&arftjt wines, Ac. No, 20 South Gay Street, nolO BALTIMORE. 808. HOUSE. . WM. D. HOUGH. J. OHAS. NORBIS. ROBERT HOUGH & CO., (Successors to S. A R. Hough.) IMPORTERS OP Brandies, Wines, Segars, 4c. AND DEALERS IN Virginia Manufactured Tobacco, No. 158 Pratt Street Wharf, And 1, 2 and 3 Ellicott Street, , BALTIMORE. GUNS 1 GUNS I GUNS I 'FOE Largest and best assortment in Balti- X more. Double and single GUNS, RIFLES, PISTILS AND SPORTING GOODS in the greatest variety, v CHEAP AND WARRANTED. Persons may rely on getting a good article, at B1 South CALVERT STREET. ALBX’R McCOMAS. N. B.t*- Quns made or repaired in the best manner. oc|l6 THE SERVICES OF THE Morgan Trotting Stallion SHERMAN MORGAN, JR. WILL be again offered to the horse breeders of Harford and Baltimore counties this Spring commencing on the FIRST OF APRIL, at the following places; Mondays and Tuesdays, at JOHN DALLAM’S HOTEL, Bel Air, Harford Co. Wednesdays and Thursdays, at JOHN HAW KINS’ Tavern, near Jarrettsvilie, Harford Co. Fridays and Saturdays, AT THE RESIDENCE OF HIS OWNER, 5$ miles from Baltimore, on the Old Harford Road, which road leaves the Harford Turnpike at the 6-mile stone. If more convenient, mares can be sent to . SWEET AIR on Friday mornings, where he will stop for a short time. The great deipand for, and general introduc tion into all parts of the country of this peculiar breed of horses, is the best evidence of their gen eral utility. To those who are desirous of breeding a re munerative class of horses, an opportunity is now presented of securing the services of a GEN UINE MORGAN horse, embodying each and every characteristic of the breed in an unusual degree, combined with great speed and unusual ! powers of endurance. Heretofore I have never claimed that he could trot faster than 2.47}, but during the past fall he exhibited a degree of speed much beyond my expectations, and I believe he is now the best gaited and fastest trotting Stallion, at all distances, now standing in Maryland. To enable those who may not be familiar with the general characteristics of the Morgan breed of horses, to judge of the merits of the horse I of fer for their patronage, ligive their leading fea ! tures, as laid down by Sir. Lihsley, (author of “Morgan Horses,” and editor of the American Stock Journal.) They are as follows:—A small, ' lean head, broad between the eyes, which are prominent, bold and pleasant; small well shaped ears, set wide apart, delicate and lively; short and broad back; long, deep and wide hips; the the (pins broad and full; the thigh plump and sinewy\ The limbs are large in proportion to the size of the horse, but free from meat, and re markably wide, flat and sinewy; the joints close; the pasterns short; feet small, well shaped and excellent; mane and tail full, and color almost invariably chestnut or bay. In height they range from 14 to 15} hands, and their average weight is about 1,000 lbs. In temper they are very courageous, but exceedingly gentle and ! tractable. But their most striking peculiarity ! is their action; legs well under, trot low, smooth, and nervous—the short fore leg bending well at j the knee. ( A careful examination of SHERMAN MOR [ GAN, JR., will, I am sure, convince impartial I judges that he is the most perfect type of a Mor | gan horse that has ever stood in this section of the country.. In addition to this, he is himself a [ trotter, comes of a trotting family, and at the I North, where he was raised, has proved himself j a getter of trotters; and as the first principle of 1 breeding is, that “like begets like,” those who have good mares, may confidently expect, by crossing them with SHERMAN MORGAN, JR„ the production of colts that will be creditable to them as breeders, and profitable in a pecuniary I point of view. For further particulars, address PHILIP M. SLICER, Baltimore, Md. mhls-tf or Lauraville, Baltimore Co. OLD TOWN WINE" AND I LIQUOR STORE! CHENOWETH’B 159 North Gay Street, Between Exeter and Chesnut Streets , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FOREIGN WINES AND BRANDIES. OUR STOCK consists of Madeira, Sherry, Port, Burgundy Port, Muscat, Malaga, Claret, and Champagne Wines, Fine Old Cognac Brandies, Henncsy, Martel and Vineyard, proprietors of su perior Vintages; Holland Oin; Jamaica and St. Croix Rum; Scotch and Irish Malt; fine OLD RYE AND BOURBON WHISKIES, American Brandy and Gin, Rectified and Com mon Whisky—all of which are suitable for Fam ily use—by the pint, quart, gallon or barrel.— Havana, German and Domestic SEGARS; Olive Oil; Sardines, Ac., Ac. Give us a call. Remember, No. 159 North Gay Street.'®®, del 1-ly MEDCALPE & BRO~ SUCCESSORS TO aWM. WHITELOCK A CO., S. K. CORNSB C” Clay and High streets, Baltimore, DEALERS IN €Vftoß, ■PHOSPHATES, PLASTER, BONE, and all Jr kindß of FERTILIZERS, which wtil bo sold m quantities to suit purchasers, at the lowest market prices. Having constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of f&Mit sioeMm, we are able to please all who may favor us with • a call._ A liberal discount mads to the Trade. Grain and Seeds taken in exchange for Qroce riea. Particular attention paid to the sale of GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds. Keep constantly oh band .ALL KINDS OF SEEDS. GENUINE KEROSENE COAL OIL, and all other OILS and FLUIDS constantly on hand and for sale in quantities to suit trade and consumer. REMEMBER S. E. corner Gay and High streets, '' ; (j Whiteiock’s old stand, f025-y BALTIMORE.