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m Guano Depot!
■JOHN F.QUINLAN& SON,
149 Worth Clay street,
umio|
can be found a supply of
■OUA3VOS ,
Super-Phosphate of Lime,
■ GROUND BONE, ETC.
7 DEALERS IN ' ,
I HAY, OATS, CORN MEAL,
‘ Mill Feed and Seeds,
I Whiskies, Brandies, Wines,
GINS AND SEGASS.
I LIME, HAIR, CEMJ2NT,
and Calcined Plastw.
£3* Parties in want of the above arti
cles would do well to give us a call.
I $3“ We are at all times BUYING
WOOL, for which we*are paying the
HIGHEST CASH PRICES.
JOHN F. QUINLAN & SON.
" • NOTICE.
THE, ANNUAL LEVY for Harford
County will close on the 25th June
next. All persons having claims against
the County, are hereby notified to present
the same, duly proven, on or before that
time By order,
JOHN T. SPICER,
je7 Clerk.
G. W. S. RiOMn I In the Circuit Court for Har-
Wu. Smithson, rgJ.f y fts a Court of
ORDERED, this 27th day of May,
1862, That the sales made and re
ported by Henry D. Farnandis, Bar
net J. Clark and George W. S. Rig
don, Esqs., Trustees in the above entitled
cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless
cause to the Contrary thereof be shown on
or before the first day of July next.—
Provided, a copy of this Order be publish
ed in some newspaper printed add pub
lished in Harford county, once a week for
three successive weeks before the said
Ist day of July next.
The Report states the amount of sales
to be $2,490.
WM. GALLO WAY, Clerk.
True copy Test,
WM. GALLO WAY, Clerk.
mj3l-3t
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that the sub
scriber has obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters Testament
ary on the personal estate of
EDWARD REYNOLDS,
late of said County, deceased. All persons hav
. ing claims against said deceased are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, with thedegal vouchers
thereof, on or before the
s th day of June , 1863,
or they may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate.
All persons indebted to said estate are fequest
ed to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand and seal this sth day
of June, 1862.
JAMES OWENS, Jn.
jel4-6t Executor.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
scriber has obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters of Admiu
tration on the personal estate of
PHILIP PETERS,
late of Harford County, dee’d. All persons hav
ing claims against said deceased are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, with the legal vouchers
thereof, Oh or before the
15f/i day of May , 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 15th day of
May, 1862.
THOMAS M. RICKETTS,
my24-6t Administrator.
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
scriber has obtained from the Register of
Wills of Harford county, Md., Letters Testament
ary on the personal estate of
NATHAN GLENN,
late of Harford County v dec’d. All persons hav
ing claims against said deceased are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, with the legal vouchers
thereof, ja or before the
29<A day qf 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 29th day of
April, 1862.
4* CLEMENT GLENN,
uiy-3 Executor.
Estate of Rachel H. Coats, Deceased.
Letters testamentary upon
the Estate of RACHEL 11. COATS,
deceased, having been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons indebted to said es
tate will make payment, and those having
Pre ‘ e WMTcRAWroRD,
N 0621 North Seventh street,
The subscriber will rent
jmMt to a good tenant hisDWEL
r#PK:LIft6 HOUSE and IDT,
situate# Bel Air. The house is in good
V RICHARDSON.
-
KimBYS
American Hamsters.
Mowers & Reapers.
RE-IMPROVED FOR 1862.
WE would call the attention of Far
mers to the following facts:
That—This is the most perfect Com
bined Mower and Reaper in use; better
than any single mower as a mower, and
better than any single reaper as a reaper.
That—lt is the strongest and the light
est, being made entirely of iron, except the
pole, seat and platform. The finger bar
is of wrought angle iron, of great strength
and lightness.
That—lt has a Revolving Track Clear
er, which is the only track-clearer which
will thoroughly separate the cut from the
uucut grass, and without leaving the cut
grass in bunches.
That—lt requires one-third less draft
than any other machine.
That—No pressure is made on the
horses’ necks, and no side draft.
That—lts ability to work on rough
ground is not equalled by any machine
yet produced. The finger-bar working
up and down, independent of the driving
wheel, enables the machine to go through
dead furrows and ditches, among stones
and bogs, over knolls and gopher hills,
where no other machine could follow it.
It will work from 2 to 18 inches high.
That—lt can be used in mowing, either
with or without the reel.
That—ln both mowing and reaping,
the positions of the driver and raker are
the most convenient and easy, enabling
them to do their labor with but little ex
ertion.
That—while the machine is in motion
the driver can, by means of a lever, throw
the cutters out and into gear, and by
another lever he can raise and lower the
finger-bar to pass obstructions, or move
from field to field. ‘
That —ft is easily managed, marvellous
ly simple, well built, compact, not liable
to get out of order, made of the best ma
terials, Babbet metal boxes, and is fur
nished with double trees, neck-yoke and
extras complete.
Jgtas“ Cash price for 1862, $l3O.
Time terms, 90 days—sl3s, with in
terest.
Extras always on hand. Machines re
paired, &c. For sale by
D. M. OSBORNE & CO.
|n the rear of 145 and 147 Pratt st.,
Baltimore, Md.
Mr. WILLIAM B. MICHAEL is our
agent at Aberdeen Station, Harford coun
ty, whom parties can deal with in confi
dence. mv3l-4t
NOTICE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore
existing between Joseph M. Sim
mons, Thomas Briscoe and Jesse
Hildgs, Jr., under the style of SIM
MONS, BRISCOE & HILLES, has this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. M. Simmons and Thomas Brisooe
Will continue the business of
COAL, LUMBER & LIME.
Soliciting a continuance of patronage of
their friends, offering for side and ship
ment —
COAL,
From all mines in Wyoming and Shamo
kin Region, embracing the best qualities
of WHITE AND RED ASH COAL.
All kinds, at manufacturers’prices. BILL
STUFF cut to order.
LIME,
From Wrightsville quarries, with or with
out Magnesia.
SIMMONS & BRISCOE.
Havbb-de:Gbace. March Ist. 1862.
my 24
SIMMONS & BRISCOE,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
ANTHRACITE & BITUMINOUS
COAX.,
ALSO,
XiVMBXIR c*> XiZM3B,
HAVRE DE GRACE, Md.
i
Particular attention paid to trans
shipping Coal, Lumber, and other Mer
-1 chandise.’ my 24
notice.
r THE COPARTNEIVSHIP formerly ex-
isting under the title of
ELY & KNIGHT,
has been dissolved this day by mutual
consent. All persons indebted to the firm
1 are requested to make immediate payment
’ to J. L Ely. J. R. ELY,
JAMES T. KNIGHT.
May 19th, 1862. my 24
I
ivmnn,
Civil Engineering and Draughting,
PERFORMED with accuracy and neat
ness by the undersigned, who has
had many years of practical experience in
* the U. S. or Public tvork, and also pri
* vate work ih the aboVe branches rtf busi
i ness, in the States of Louisiana and Cali
i forma. E, D, RICHARDSON,
Mill Green P. 0., Harford Co., Md.
. mu
VO fA&Xlkl I
Wm. H. Roberts,
172 Forest Street, Baltimore,
IS prepared to serve the farmers of Har
ford and Baltimore counties, with
oVAiro or ala kinds,
And the various PHOSPHATES AND j
FER TILIZERS of the day on most rea- ,
sonable terms.
He keeps constantly on hand, in addi
tion to Fertilizers,
Grain, Mill Feed, Hay, Seeds, 1
And Coohtbt Peoddob Ghniraixy.
p* The HIGHEST PRICE paid for
Grain and Produce.
1 have made arrangements to fur
nish my customers with <
RHODES’ SUPER PHOSPHATE!
The Standard Manure, at manufacturers’
prices. je7-ly .
NOTICE.
THE undersigned having secured the
services of a first-class Tailor, will 1
carry on the
TAILORING BUSINESS,
in Bel-air, at the office adjoining his store
on the corner of Main street and Court
House lane. He respectfully informs his 1
friends and the public generally, that he is i
prepared to execute any work in his line
at the shortest notice and in the most dura
ble and fashionable manner. By strict at
tention to business and a disposition to
please, he hopes to merit a share of public
patronage. <
He also solicits an examination of his
stock of
STOKE GOODS,
having just received a general assortment
of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &c.,
all of which will be sold on the most rea
sonable terms.
my 17 WM. HERMAN.
1
Report of the Grand Jury.
To the Honorable John H. Price , Judge
of the Circuit Court for Harford Co.
IN ACCORDANCE with established
law, the Grand Jury herewith report
that they have visited the County Alms
house, and they find there are twenty-one
persons there at the present time—seven
white men, six white women, three color
ed fnen, three colored women, and two
colored children, all of which appear to
be well cared for, and in as comfortable
condition as the buildings there admit of.
The farm, also, looks in better condition
than heretofore, and we think with the
application of lime and other manures,
might be made quite productive.
And they further report that they visited
the County Jail, and found therein twelve
persons, three of whom are insane, (white
men) and one white man to keep the
peace, one white woman to keep the
peace, four negro men, and three negro
women, all of whom are as comfortably
provided for as the building will admit of.
GEO. W. KENLY,
my 17 Foreman.
Nos. 199, 201 and 203 Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE.
SPLENDID STOCK
of man
Fancy 4 Staple Dry Goods,
DOMESTICS,
Goods for Men’s Wear, etc.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO.
INVITE the attention of persons visit
ing Baltimore to make purchases, to
their VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
. GOODS, which in variety and careful se
lection is not surpassed by any establish
ment throughout the United States.
We deem it needless to enumerate arti
cles but would say that it embraces
GOODS OF EVERY CLASS,
From the lowest to the highest priced, in
all departments ot the trade.
, The greater part of our own importa
' tion, selected by one of the firm residing
in Europe. Purchases of Domestic and
other Goods'in this country are made upon
terms and at prices within , the reach of
, but few houses in the trade, and as all our
RETAIL SALES are made FOR CASH
ONLY, we are enabled to put our stock
• at prices favorable to those wanting to
■ buy. We invite a call from every
Wholesale and Retail Buyer,
Visiting Baltimore.
General Wholesale stock on second
floor.
General Retail stock on first floor.
Domestics and Heavy Staple Goods in
I the basement. * my 17
|
t NSW GOODS.
THE Subscriber has just received from
the city a fine assortment of MER
CHANDISE, which will he sold CHEAP
for cash. His stock consists of Ladies’
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Cedar Ware, Hol
-1 low Ware, Nails, Boots and Shoes, Hats
• and Caps, Ready-made Clothings and every
s article usually kept in a country store,
i JAMES HERRON,
- Cor. Main at. and Port Deposit avenue,
- mh29.tr Bel Aik, Me.
evbpv mropßiPTinv nv
J orPBINTINa
.
.w•. • A m
New Grain Warehouse.
THE undersigned, having purchased the
property at the west end of CONO
WINGO BRIDGE, formerly owned by
Haines &. Kirk, and erected thereon a
large and substantial warehouse, for the
purpose of establishing a GRAIN DE
POT, would inform Farmers and the pub
lic generally that they are at all times pay
ing
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES
FOB
GRAIN AND SEEDS.
They keep constantly on hand a full
supply of
GUANOS,
GROUND PLASTER, FISH,
SA.LT,
And a very superior article of
GROUND BONE, in Bags.
All of which they offer at a very low
rate for cash, or in exchange for Grain.
WM. McCONKEY & CO.
Conowingo Bridge, Harford Co., Md.
mylo-6m*
SH. BOOFLAND S
BALSAMIC CORDIAL
FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Coughs,
Colds, Influenza,
Croup, Hoarseness, Bronchitis,
Pneumonia, Diseases of the Bowels,
arising from Cold, Incipient Consumption ,
and for the relief and {if at. all pos
sible) cure of patients in advanced
stages of the latter
disease.
THE Balsamic Cordial is entirely a Ve
getable production, combining the
healing properties of the Balsam, with the
invigorating qualities of a Cordial, produc
ing a combination so well adapted to the
purposes intended, that there are but few
cases of disease which will not, at an ear
ly period, succumb to its healing and life-1
giving properties.
For ages, has the treatment of pulmo
nary diseases occupied the greater portion
of the attention of the scientific of the
medical world, but none acquired more
eminence in his treatment of these diseas
es, than the celebrated Prussian Dr. Hoof-
Innd, the originator of the Balsamic Cor
dial. His life was devoted to the produc
tion of remedies that would stand unri
valled, How well he has succeeded, the
American people are able to judge; and
we positively assert, that no preparations
that have ever been "placed before them,
have conferred the same amount of bene
fits on suffering humanity, or have elici
ted so many commendations from all
classes of society, as the remedies of Dr.
Hoofland, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson
& Co., of Philadelphia.
The Cordial is designed for a class of
diseases more general and more fatal than
any other to which the people of this
country are subject—those springing from
a “ slight cold.” That eminent authority,
Dr. Bell, says; “I will not say that colds
are to our -inhabitants what the Plague
and Yellow Fever are to those of other
countries; but 1 can aver confidently that
they usher in disease of greater complici
ty and mortality than the latter.”
Bead what the eminent Okie Manufacturer,
JOHN K. WHIT ALL, eays of the BALSAMIC
CORDIAL.
Db. C. M. Jackson—Respected Friend:—Hav
ing for a long time been acquainted with the
virtues of thy BALSAMIC CORDIAL in Coughs,
Colds, Inflammation of the lungs, Ac., 1 thus
freely bear testimony to its efficacy. For several
years I have never been without it in my family.
It also gives me pleasure to state that I have used
it with entire success in the treatment of Bowel
Complaints. Thy friend trulv,
JOHN M, WHITALL,
Race street, above 4tb, Philadelphia.
Fifth Mo. 17, 1858.
For sale by JAMES HERRON, Bel
Air, and by all respectable Druggists and
dealers in medicines in the United
States, Canadas, British Provinces and
West Indies, at 75 cents per bottle. Be
sure and get the genuine, with the signa
ture of C. M. Jackson on the wrapper'of
each bottle; all others are counterfeits. —
Principal Office and Manufactory, 418
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. roylO-y
VALUABLE MM
FOB. SALS.
—■■■—..
THE Subscriber offers at Private Sale
his Farm, called “Hunting Neck,”
situated 2 miles from Perrymansvil(f,
containing
210 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS.
This Farm is in n high state of culti
vation, and is well timbered and well wa
tered. ,
The'improvements consist of a
TWO-STORY DWELLING HOUSE
In good repair, and all the OUT-BUILD
JNGS necessary to a well appointed
Farm. V
Persons desiring to view the premised,
Perrymansville, Harford Co. Md.
mh39-6t
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SADDLE* HABNE^MAKER,
'T®* AIR WD - W#

£E DORSET (50
* • B.—Can be seen every Saturday at
the United States or Hopper’s Hotel, •
Havre-de-Grace.
JOSEPH M. STREETT,
AVVMHV IV UI,
Bel Jlir, Md.
Office adfointng Dallam’s Hotel. ell
GEO. T MAYNADIER,
ivveasiv av uv.
Office in Jarrell Building, Bel Air, Md.
J. S. RICHARDSON,
ATTORHST AT LAW,
Jarrett Buildings,
an 14 Bel Air, Md.
A. W. BATEMAN,
anoiitsT as s&w,
Bel Air , Harford County , Md.
PATRICK H.
Asrotsnrx as saw.
Office formerly occupied by Wm. B.Bond,
BEL AIR. Md.
HERMAN STUMP, JR.,
mu as wr
Office in B1 Air, under the Odd Fellows’'
Hall.
BOLIVAR I). PANELS,
as
Baltimore,
Commissioner for New York, Pennsylva
nia, Connecticut, Tennessee, Ohio, la~
diana, Illinois, lowa, Minnesota atfltf
Texas.
FOR SALE -
A full assortment of
IRON,
STEEL, NAILS, SPIKES,
.Vo. 13 WIRE, for Baling Hay,
HARDWARE,
Agricultural Implements, &c., &.c.,-
LOW FOR CASH,
Or on'h reasonable credit for approved pam
per. Also,
PERUVIAN, CALIFORNIAN, MEXI
CAN AND OTHER
GXJAXVOS,
And a superior article of
FINE BONE OUST FOB GISH,
Which will be paid for Wheat, Corn
and Oats, at Market price,on delivery,by
R. I. JACKSON,
jy23-ly near Darlington, Md.
CHURCHVILLE HOTEL.
IK
THE SUBSCRIBER, having taken this well
known establishment, long known as “Han
na’s Hotbl,” Is prepared to accommodate his
friends and the public.
THE ACCOMMODATION STAGE
Running between Ghurchville and- Aberdeen,
leaves the Hotel dally (except Sundays) at 16
minutes before 10 o’clock, A. M., returning,
leaves Aberdeen immediately en the arrival of
the train.
the last Saturday of each month, at 1
o’clock P. M., a PUBLIC SALE will come off,
at which all kinds of Stock, Carriages, Wagons,
Farming Implements, Ac., Ac., will be offered.
fe!2-y PHILIP DsSWAN, Proprietor.
■ ~1.,. ■■ - ■■ -
i 18. IF*. MOORE, JR.
BEL AIR, Mo.
, HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OT NEW
SPRING GOODS,
INCLUDING DRY GOODS, in grea
variety, which he is prepared to offer
i at"prices for the most part as low as ever.
His stock is now as complete in all ita
departments, as he has ever been able to
present, by the most assiduous attention
I to the minutiae of the public demands. •
| wp!2-3t
jo*. a. QVxariAar,
I DEALER IN
! GRAIN, SEEDS, FEED,
j. AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
: GUANO, BONE-DUST,
J And all kinds of FertfJiEei*.M? f
tiruTgm vo vnivnraa Mi
WaIoA a£S| SAaSDl£B| WlsiSß, 6DBh
CIGARS, Ac.
149 NORTH GAY STREET,
BALTIMORE.
(Two doors South of Exeter street.) ap6-y
, Db, william l. morse,
, (Late 0 Baltimore City,) |
SAVING touted himself near JARRBTTS-
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