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ChrapeM and mol niirrmfnl paper In (he I'nicrn' HARPER !! WEEKLY! Price 3 ct* a Ho- per Yr WE would not m oftw call a!t;ilon fo Hel per's Weekly, if we were not well satis fied that ll is the kcsl family p/*v po'd l .*-d 111 the United Staifs, ant* for that reason, and that alone, we desire lo see it undermine and root ou: a certain kind of literature too prevalent which Wonts the morals of its readers, vitiates their taste for sensible reading, aod is altogether bad in its efT<- .Vmc I.cnlon .Mnrli’fr . As Harper's Muptint has done much to drive out the yellow-covered literature, we should lie glad to see this new Weekly take the place of those papers vjurh dejetid for exntt ment on poor, trashy novels.—,V‘. V. Eean^thtl. Harper’s Weekly abounds in let ter, spicy, piquant, instructive, aid enicrtoinOTg. ll has. and deservedly, a very large and inrrew ing circulation. It is a lip-iop family paper.— Botton Journal. If (Harper’s Weekly) is the proper size for binding, sn excellent opportunity is afforded for sny one who wishes to preserve the AiWo ry of titt country as it is made, to do so by filing Harper's Weekly. —Ponliie ( Michigan) Jack sonian. . . lu fresh leaves, Hs clear type, its entertaining vsnety, us sevcie hut just criticism upon tlie follies of the times, its elegant w ritten and in structive articles, and its able correspondence, al! combine to make u the model newspaper of our country, and one that every family must : pure its condemn-d weekly nnima. y e.f for- , tv’n ami Arwilir Intelligence is nllogeiher supe rior to that contained tn any other journal. I Being published 100, in a form for preservation end binding, if taken care of as it deserves to be, it will l-c I 'uund in future years as welcome n comicv.i u for the family and fireside ns the day on which it was first perused. —AleCenutUnite (O Inquirer li. illustrations are fur ahead f any journal of iiie kiml in the country, ll* |*en portraits of ( .-feu living nienareofthemselves worth i Le pur. .f tlie volume.— •V. Y. CUrislia. l AJco- j tjlr and Jonfnnt. Krcs.i, e .rl,ling and vivacious. Its eircnla- j tio. u pioi .d.le the greatest success ever seiner- ( ed i.v any puhlicaliosi al such an early period of Its • civen - i-. Brooklyn Eaple. 11... j.ei ’ Weekly is the bt'l paper trt err r ir. its pages embrace a great variety of reading mat- ' ler, and ;!* articles on the leading topic* of the day are written with an nudity which would do credit to the •• riiunderer" of the British press— the London “Times,” in point of illustrations, i ii is ahead of any other pictorial sheets.—. Nine London . hltrrliur. IS tfper's Weekly gains readers and populari ty with every issu.e, because it aims ami Inis that average for family reading which tin* enterprising house so well comprehends Its articles are brief, timely, and devoid of par tisanship; it is as versatile in subjects as it is even in tone, besides being marvelously cheap. Boston Transrtipt- U j?- HACK NUMBERS OP H ARPER’S WEEKLY, as well ns covers for tin.bn,- the vol ume just completed, can be furnished by tlie pub lisher*. TERMS. . One copy for twenty weeks f I 00 One eopy for one year 2 50 One copy tor two years 4 00 Five copies fur one year U Oil Twelve copies for one year 20 00 Twenty-five copies for one year 40 00 An Extra Copy d! be allowed for every etui | ef Itreuty five subtenoirs. Volume 1, for the year 1957, of “Harper's Weekly,” handsomely bound ia cluih nuo, pnee $3 50, is now rc>dy. Jnoury Ist, Isi'j.-tf. ROBINSON'S _ MAMIPVLATED'Jtk ' GIIANOT fIAMIS UN EQUALED FERTILIZER. A composed ul one-hull best PERL \ IAN GUANO, one half line GROUND RUNE ami the i*eil PtIUSPIiA TIG GUANO, is m condition lor immcdile use, being prepared by a new and improved machinery, fcy which means the must perfect coinhinaiioii is effected, reducing ail lo a uniform line powder; and nr application by drill or other wise. it I* 111 the most peri eel order. And I have no hiM’aimti :n say tug. that lor al. crops it is * •(u:i! to any fertilizer < vei oflereu j to the tanning coiiuuuniiy. The quality will be kept per fee fly uniform in ail cases, and WARRANTED to contain M per cent. o( AMMONIA tiiiil 45m 50 per cent, of BONE PHOSPHATE OF I.IMF. It is put up m good bags, weighing about 1501b*. each Purchaser,-. w:i! please notice, that the name, !■ IH HJINH .N, is branded on oacli bag— n e.r other is genu me. My long experience in the trade, and the g< n--i.il satisfaction heretelore given by all ! i. i im.es sold by me. Will, I hope, he a guaiantec lh.il the article now olleieii will he us represented. I will also keep constantly on I ... I the (test PERUVIAN. SI EX It ’A N nd "i -r Guanoes, which I will sell a* low as tin'. :.on*c in the city. WILMAS ROBINSON, 1 Now. 1 & C llotlinsuorth alrcct, Star Fruit sheet Wharf, BALTIMORE. Jan Gth, 1859—4 tn. LIME AND FEED STORE, Ho. 3 Hollinaworth St, Baltimore. wh. k. nou(a\, (SUCCESSOR TO JOHN 11EANY) WHOLESALE AND XETAtL DEALERS IM Linir, Uriel,*, If air, Oinrnt. CALCINED PI.ASTER, Corr, Data, Corn Meal, Chop-Bye, Mill Feed, &e. D. 23rd. 1858—ly. TO THE PUBLIC! A REPORT having obtained currency here and elsewhere. (Lai I have sold the Washington Hotel, ihe object ol this no lice is to state that the report is entirely with- • out foundation. I avad myself of this opportunity to inform my friends ana the public that I am prepared to accommodate them, aod solicit a contmu •oc of their J. W. J. MOORE. .. Leonard Town. April 29. 1358—tf. 1 TO PATRONS OF CHARLOTTE HALL ACADEMY AND OTHERS r|MIF. undersigned announces to the public . l.tat he degas, cu ihe Ist of April, to ; Olien Ihe house lecently occupied by Dr. li It Bean, iu ( harloite Hall, lr the reccptien . of permanent sn.Hiransient boarder,, and so- i licit* a portion of die public patronage , Ap. b—U. THUS. MARTIN*. | inOLLY HILL STORE- j YMT- F. PERRY, having established ▼ ? himself in the MERCANTILE BU SINES'? at bis place ‘-Holly Ildl,” situaied on the Southern s,:de of "he main road lead ing from L-onard Town to Ihe Head of St. Clement's Bay, is now in receipt of his New Goods, just received doiu Baltimore, which consist of— DRY GOOD.\ GROCERIES, HARD WARE, fi TA 77 OSAR Y. REAL T-MADK CLOTJIfXG, VEST PATTERSS (WD FISH, HAKE. III’RRISG, A/e-H'.r*, T/.V AM) QVBESSIVARE, and nil articles us.tally found in a Country Store, alt of which /er* hern rarrjutly grlertcd and Kill be told on mu'HtaUe terms. He so licit, the pa.ronage of his friends and the pub lic. yy Corn. Tubaeco, old Iron, &.c., taken in exchange tor goods. Dec. 23rd, 1658. •YOTICE Tn CREDITORS. TV OTICE is hereby given that the subscriber X* has obtained from the Orphans* Court of St. Mary's county, in Maryland, Idlers of ,-.d mmistr.uion on the persotutl esi.i’t* .f John O. Sjn.lding, late of mid county deceased. Ail | (wrso.i* having cfniuii against die end deceased, ate hereby warned lo exhibit ihe s me, wiiii ll.e ! vouches thereof, t. ihe on or Ijetore the Ist day of July, J-Oil, otherwise they 1 may be excluded by law from ..11 liencfit of the said estate. Given under my hand this 25th day of November, 1850. S.IXLEL SP.4t.PtXG, Admimstraior., Nov. 25th, 1959—4*v. i KIMMEL hoiih V STREET, BelKtm Fcvr-and-tt-li'th' and Sixth Streets, WASHINGTON, D C. A. r. K DIM ELI., Proprietor, K. V. C’AMPBLI.I., Sapainttndent. Washington, D. C., Dec. Vth, 1858—ly. CONFIRM ITION NOTICE. Charlotte Beau | In the Circuit Court vs. fur St. Mary’s conn - Louisa Bean and Otliers ly, setting ns u Court of Equity, November term, Jg5S. ORDERED by the Court, that the Auditor’s report in this case be confirmed, unless rai e to ihe contrary anretr on or before ihc3. d Mul.uay of Janunrv, 1859. I!v o-der. JAM I. s T. bI.IKISTOXE, Cieik. Nov. 27th, 1 J 58.._:>,v. NEW I IMBKU YARD, Corner ef I at Falls an I Eastern Avenue, I’.Ai. l I\R !•:, MD. V. 1.?.1> it- <• firm of S. Willi* Oe x ■ hu*. the LUMBER Bi SIM ." ti .. n eoiinf. and is pie p:'c I < tnr.ii-n !.! ’•ii /./, i.i nil nineties (or ,l i; g ,ii.• . pu:;i vts. He vviil fur lA* •' * “ !i. ’ '.*/■ SASIR /ton;.-- . . / IMF OR HAIR. d-e. i.t. • m\ i ..!• k* hi* turnipr ciistoin ) **r* in Si. : ii i i • adjoining countii-s. Inf :.i j t• • r> ia.,. : .•<>!.fi.!et;Ct atnl in ffivf il.r-o ji.• f• ■ •:i . , .and pledges ium-eli'lo use every <ll it |i. and will sell cheap tor cash or approved paper. Dec 9th, 195'— l. . — THE LARGEST FUiXUniK 1 - ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY OF lIALTI.MURB. MATIIIOT’9 GAY STREET WAREROOMS. No. 45 and 47 North flay street. NEAR FAYETTE, Ilaltimore, >fd. TA T MER f’is kept iwnys on hand, nr made H to order, every su le of Fiem-h TF.TR- A TETES Plush, Il.ur, Cloth nr Urocnleile. i French Full SliiflTnnd M**.!iou Parlor ARM CHAIRS, with Plush, Harr, Cloth or li.o-r,- I telle. Fiench Full Stuflf Carved' PARLOR Cli.llll and sets with Plush, Hair, Cloth or Rromicile SOP.IS, half French M.ihogonv: AValnul Par -1 lor ('ll. HRS, m Hair, t'loih or Plush. ROCK I.\ (i ('ll.l I Us —various designs, in Hair, Cloth and P!u*h. Still Spring 1.0 U) ItF.S--1 large assorfmem always on hand, or any palteriTmade or covered with any goods to order, CHAMBER SI llS —in Mahogony r Wal nut, complete from Lli op. CJSB CHAIRS nod BOCK IMG do—the largest assortment ready m.-de in any one hou->e in the United Stales—bom fjo a dozen up. li.tr Room. Office aud ti tit.g Choirs, in Oak Walnut or Mahogouy, with Cane, Wood or i Stuifed Sea's—an assortment embracing over 50 | dozen. Wood Seat Chair* and Settees and Rocking | Chair*—over a bundled dozen. I.OOKI Af, f, I..ISSF. S T* every variety, and BEDS and HAIR ten d HESK MATTRESSES. a very large assortment cor.nantly on h.u.d and for sale by AUG. MATIIIOT. 25 and 27 North Gay, near Fayette street, Baltimore. Dec. 2nd, 1958—1 y. FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR. JOHN B. BOll*Es, thankful (or the lib eral support he received at the late ci.-ciion, again presents himself to ll.e volers of Leon ard Town District as a candidate for Road Supervisor and re<pectfull) solicits the sup-j port of his friends and of the j district. Nov .26, 1637 NOTICE. } A LL persons are forewarned from lre -£*. pa-ing with dos or gun, or :a any oilier manner, on any part ol our estate* commonly c*!tad “Belcedere,” “Bloomsbu ry” nod ‘‘Crwa Hill*.’’ lyiu; south of lli<* l*ubi c Hoad running from Medtaa’~ Neck to Kt. Grorar'i. Against anv and all persons found trespassing after 1 lie first publication ol tliii notice, the a*' nll le rigidly enturced. THOMAS w. GOUGH, FRAXCIB J. STOVE. UHARLES E GOUGH. Dtc. 10th. 1858—lm. f M:n ,*fcc.voE.£.vr. THE SOUTH AND THE STATES TO BE COXSOLODATED. An arrangement lias hern concluded between It. .1. I’lt YOU, editor of the Richmond Sooth, nnd the prnprtaiAr of thin paper, THE STATES, ly which the Sooth and the State* art ?■> lie con sulni; led into one paper, to he published 10 tin* city, in an enlarged torn, and to be under the eduon.il control of Mr. Pryor. [ The paper will he tlie organ of no person or clique. but devoted to tin general interests of the Deinocrntic parly, in accordance with tiie princi- I idea of Slate-right* Democracy. . .Mi. Pryor will nnderU he the edilrvis! eoiHml 1 of thr pai-er between the 20tli of tin* month and r the lit of December. It will be continued under the name of “THE SjJTATES,” and published on the following ' term* : ly.ilL Y. —Doe copy per year, ( 6 9ti Two copies per year, 10 Oil St. .VI-WEEKLY. — I copy per year, 3 (Ml WEEKLY. — I copy per year, 200 5 co.iiea to it dub, 8 00 10 *|s 00 20 “ fcent to | address, 21l 00 SESSIOS' P. irr.lt. —As the pmi rcdim* of the coming Congresa w ill be of interest to the whole country, “The Stales ” will keep ns reader* folly advised upon all subjects which nmv be discussed by that body. The price of subscription for the session will be as follows : Daily—One copy, § 2 00 1 Two copies, 3 On I Semi-Weekly—One copy, 1 Qy “ 4 copies to a club, 3 00 Weekly—One copy, . r ,U “ 5 copie* to n did*, 2 00 *■ 17 “ to one address, SOP I fCL” Postmasters who will forward ns a c’nb ’ of subscribers to our Weekly for I year at she 1 c't.b prices, will he entitled to a copy of the Weekly States foi one year. 1 !etteis,in rel it on to :be new nrrangc nnnt. should be a Idress.d to I‘ryt't & ileus, 1 Was! inglon, 11. j Nor. 25:h, 1858. XOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' is hereby given that the snbsenl er 11 lias obtained from tbe Orphans* Court of I Saint Alary’s county, in Alary land, Iciu-is testni icntary w a. on thepersor.nl estate of Kr.in -1 cis Stone, bile of s.ltd conmv,deceased. AH per sons navmg claims ag-iinal the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the I j roper voucher* thereof, -o t!;e subscriber, on or belore the Ist of July, 1853,otherwise they mav . be excluded by law from all lienefit o f the said estate. Given under my hand tins doth day of November, I'-.*-. J.IMES T. DL.IKISTO.VE, ; Execu;or. Nor. 25t!i, 185?—4-.v. IMPORTANT TO BUH.DKKS Si. I.UMBER DEALERS. , 1— - nl ITU a view to a close of business be fore tlie* first ol January next, till the j valuable and well-selected >t< ck of Lumber in the yard, lab* S. WILLIS & CO’S, will lie | sold at llie tallowing low rates : W. Pine Pan Ila and Common, (38.00 per M. 1 . “ “ Se's-ls, 28.1 H) “ “ “ “ 2nd Selects 20.00 “ “ “ “ (bills, 14 00 “ “ i . Pire No. I, 5-4 and 4-4 Dressed Footing, 32 50 “ *• “ “ Cargo run, nndies'cil “ 19 (HI “ •• Hemlock Joists. Scaullins vl' Rails, 13.00 • •* N" I Cypress Shingles, four. >.7 in ss per “ •• a “ “ “81 501 /so** M. A1 ul all other articles To be f.uud in a fiist-chi** Inmber yard, in proprn ti.n . Terms c.M,, ~ 4 month* wull interest addetl. APPLY VT TIIE YARD OX I'MO.N DOCK. Noe. 4th, 1858—21. NEW JSTORE. nr.lJP.hirr >t LEACH, having purchased the v\ell-know n .stand of R. C .If. n, Head • of Sr. 1 ’lt inent’s Bay, and supplied t'..<msclvc* j I with a full STOCK OF NEW ROODS, j are nov preparctl to acror un -1 ite their friends • an.l lit- 1 public. They wi ! lox-p constantly on hand (lie usual articles of Countiy tr.nle.'atid . rej.e< 1 fullv solicit a chare of public favor. Nov. lltli, 1858—tf. • HEM. ESTATE AS’lt GENERAL 1 AOES’rr. the sateof Farm* any where in the State of Maryland and Virginia, or ex change for Houses and ’ it* either m Haiti mure. Washington, or, Piul.i telphia Persons wishing to *■!! or exchange hum Im- paritcu lar. in giving tlie nui.ibrol acres, how many cleared, the •juainv t.l the fill,l, |he improve menis. health, distance to p,.si odire. Rail Road nr nat igahle water, slmi the distance to Hallunorc Washington or Philadelphia. Address T.J. HELLEN It Co. (Baltimore. Nov. 11th. 1858—Gin. DISSOLUTION OF CO-lARTXF.R. SHIP. fllllK copartnership, hereloforr existing M lieltve* 1. DiiVvkiiivd)orse\ \ Deni, | lead ol Si. Clements.’ ikay, has h< cn dissolved lv mutual consent, \V . |, Dent withdrawing from the linn. Dawkins and Dorsey, are authorised to scuta the business of the oi l tirni. The Business at the same stand will here after be conducted try Dawkins &. Dorsey, who r turn thru sincere thanks to the public for past favors and solicit a continuance of the same. They are now engage,! m open mg their stork of n*\v Fall and Winter Goods, whim they will wli low for cash or produce or to prompt customers. The 1 public are invited to give them a call. DAWKINS ft DORSEY. Head St, Cleuieau Bay, j October 2*. at 1858— if. GLOBE; PAPER OF CONGRESS r the DAILY GLOBE, ai d SIGNAL GLOBE and AP ■e next seas.on of Congre**. 3E will can tain a report ..f the nr ties Congees* a* taken Npia!. at least, to anv cor,.s er* in tins, or in any other he delates of a d ir d-> not >r‘.y-five cotnmna, they shall .V < LGBE of the next mnrn rtain, also, the sews of the such editorial article* as may itiiij eve-its Til E GONGREB.SIOX (L GLOBE and AP PENDIX vv dl contain * report of all the De bate* in Ct lines*, revised by the speakers, the Alcss ige* .f the President oT rhe United States, the Annual Report* ot the Head* nf the Exeeu • tive Departments, the Reiuu i* of Committees of €orgres nn important *ub>tc of renend intei e*t, the Laws passed during the session, and j cojuu indexes to alt. They w.ll he piinted OB a double royal sheet, in book form, royal quarto siit, each number containing sixteen page*, averaging 2 597 *..)< j i-r p .ge. The whuSe vvi I make between 17(0..m! 2 • rj; -es. |t is beheved that no Imok !. .* eve. bre.i published .1 eo !•> *r a n**e. Lust vest I ad.. J in the DAILY GLOBE, for six months, and m .ibowt m-e hundred other 1 ew*papers in tlie United States, a rtvv ircl of <>2ls, to I t paid to nov per son vv Jin would prodn a bimk published ut so low n rate, and none was p...dmevl. The large numlter of copies suhscrtU-l for by Hottgres* enables nie to afford the debates to subscribers so cheap. I .e On gres*ion..l Globe and Appendix pass fr 1“ through lh%ailv of !b*._r. .led Sue ■. n * will be aevi-i by reading tlie Reso lutlOM I isr-l I.V UnniTCv Ijt ti.li Agn*t, le.'cj; JOINT RESOLUTION providing for the distribution ..( the Law* of Congress and the Debate* thereon. AN uh a. view to the rtienp circulation of the laws of I. ...g.es* and the deluxe* cuntrtbiiting to tlie true mterpretaiiun tliereof, and to make free the communication between the representative and const it tier", bodies : Bf if rrfttlrfJ by the .SVnnfc and //on** of Ufjtre srn//iKt i t the I ni.Vd Sl-iln tf .hiirrie.i in Con grtts asttmiUd, That from and after the present session of Congress, the Congressional Globe •ti.| Appendix, winch contain the laws and the debates (ht-rems, ni.nll pass free through the mails mu (.mg as the same shall be published by order of Congress : I‘roritltd, That nothing hr rein shall be construed to sixbareze the circu latioe of the Daily Globe free of posinge, Appioicd, A gust (1, JBsg, T j: IS ?3 S : For a copy of the Daily Globe 4 months f. 309 Fora ropy a less lime, (per month) 1 00 !■ or n copy of the Congressi.iiiiil Globe and Appendix during the session 3 09 Bank note, current ui the section of (he rnuii try vv here n subs* Tiber resides, will be received at par. Tlie whole or any j aitof a subscription may be remitted in postage stamps, which arc pre'ViaLl.- to ;-ny currency, except gold or silver. Where bank* notes under *5 cannot be procured, I will send two copies for j, A paper will not be sent unless the money ac companies the order for 11. i cannot tT.vrd to exchange with all the news papers ilia', desire the Globe; but I will send lie Dnily Globe during (he session to all who shall publish loin prospei tus llinte times before the first .Monday i f next DeeimLer. Those who may publish should *end lb ir j aper* inntain ing it u> iae marked wi’h a I'e.-, to direct atieu tion (.1 it, 1 lie C'ougressio i,:l (i!..1.r atid Ap pendix xa ill be stereotyped; and, therefore, 1 hdl be able to send the Ink- < numbers for tins session to nil who may subscribe after the session commences; hut if the first edition shall have been exhausted before tl . si hscriplion-mooeV is received, I shall cliarg;* >1 addtiiuiial per copv to pnv the exiu-nse of p..'ioig the plates on ’ the press. 811 ascriptions shonl.l ica li me as early as the first week of Decern .er to insure com plete copies at t!.e prices advertised above. •MIX C. RIVES. “ NVustiimion, No. H, lH5s-lm. J. .MOXTCOAILRV A I!RO. 155 N(> It TII 11 I(i 11 MIIEET. RVt.TiMotir.. 'in. Inreu'or* and Ma"hviarerg nf their Doiiblu* Screened Uockaway (1 rain J-’an. C< F.l.EnivA’lT.l) over il.o South and Souil: / West lor iht ir cflictam-y, durability ami case in working. It is scrrcelv uecessarv to say anything in prai*e of this popular Fan, as (ho work u will do is always it best recom mendation. We append, however, the fol lowing rclercnces, winch v;i!l satisfy (he lar mers of St. Mary’s that the“Roeknvvav Fan” is as 'iod as reprr-seuted : B. (J. Harris, II (J. S. Key. Win. F Hreenwell, A. J. Spald ing, J, U. <liecnwell. E. Leo. SpalJing. Address J. MOMYIOMERY k BRO.. Ai \o. 155 North High street. B' tvvn 11 Hi.l< ii an I (lav. Baltimore, Or J. W. J. MOORE. Agent. Leonard Town. !Y>* Who is a'so Agent fur Linton’s Irot>- (.Icared Tlitcshmg Machine, j June Id, lc.”>s—Gin. YOUNG S SPIRIT OF THE SOUTH. A nilta.MUlK OF The Turf, Fieltl-spopt*. Literature and the Stage. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, FOR Till: WHOLE SOUTH, BY YOUNG & ADAMS. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. ' Term*,—One Copy, one jear, (3 00 WILLIAM 11. YOUNG, Editor. TO AGENTS AND ADVERTISERS. The term* ot “Yontip,hi Spirit of the Smith,” to Agent* and Newsmen, will Ite |"i p.r hundred. Agents and Wholesale .Newspaper Dealers will please at once tor ward il.eir older* at “ V<u xr.’s Spirit or the .'ill til,” I*Ul|oille, |\ettJiM’kV. Oy- AdveriiM 11.. in* iw imy .five cents per . Int*'. pavid'le in advance, Sepleniter VJ.b I, l.Vi"—l|. Noltee li DebtofM I >U.B SI \S indebted to me individually . r i • to live late (inn o( Joseph Morgan fs. < 'll . w i 1 ! ptaace euii.e forward atel se.tle their in dehler'nes* vv 1(1.till llirlhef delay. I shall he at the Unit'll II >te| every l ucxlay until niv hiismess is 1 his-.!. Ail arti.iin!* witliutii di nnciu,a. to t settled beii.re Nnveniher (’cun will (h placed in (lie hands ol an officer lor (Vdiecliuo. JOSEPH MORGAN. Octoln-r I 4th IB:,S_|(. CIGAR MAM FACTORY. it JOSEPH I)A\ IS k( O ruveeial.lifted ll’rruM ,vcs m Lc. nard T< vx u for i*e pur pose of carry ng on t..e Mannlactijifcr Ci gars. Ai! orders in their Ime. w jlfetasata or retail, w ill l.e liiled wiiti iitfparrjx and at the lowest prices. / Their . igars are made of \)oe very best ma lenal, and ol imported Havana tobacco. They respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. Sept 11 th—M. = 1 TUI. SUM MARY’S 1 EV Vl.i: BEMIN h V YY’IE4- If V * kßth of ( K-t •- : V I I .. '•f poptle. Parents. (, :r i - -r.: . femata pdacateii g tally. for lUogcniuUtioii • the - v > ■ ■ iered, of rivinp t> 1 r . .mgiib r- r ’ r... !- .1 thutaaclly finishei • it ;i. vv.rt >vi. thetn for tl at p - p~e. The 'f m-stees ~f -1 M >-vF i' -. : - have wfwniisl in tnt... l’-e , u..i Knglisli Acailetuy f Mv:> 1! ■spiiMMIUK (!ew tinder the m>(*tv ■ < Mii 1* -■ *:u mier him* Miss I I.ADU.** t- tr. B.dti ‘ nv>pe to t..e St. M irv *s I’..A s j • ary, wi;* re vicing h i x-v.!; y til 1. >• 1 v mta c-s <t 1 (tie of the lir*t * tio.U m i., t I’ a-m at • 1 df the Xffnw f - nstitution* get cnllj, M vn. Dl.sj*l iMMIEK i> : lady ■ f nrcac* ited and . ol . 1 agr-. aide and re fine I manncr*. Ms* ’>!. \DU.S i- t<> . well known to mjttire connii -irilatiiui. : tviug n ost Miccessfnllv taught ■ fur mat y year; in St. >| iry’*. ami being faror ; i.L!y kii iwn al r. nl ns iwsistant to Mr. Sar- I gx'Htit. Dr. MmC.i ! ;gl, and joint principal with Mad. Dcspomroier. 1 i.e ii stitntien i* brats tifully situation on tbe , St, Min * river, li.e site of the old city of St. ( Mary s, aecefc.ildc by etc .m-l*.ats .several times r. wi-ek. proverbially healthy, and within coiive t uieiit distance of Kptsc >j>al, Uotnau Catholic i and Metlioliet cbntvhes. A lady of tint Methocist jieniuasion will be : immediately esnploycd. ’ 1 no Ri-radeiuic yr ar c< nsists of two term* of ! five month? c:u?,. . Trim*, per session payable 1 in advance: Fvir all the hrviclicsof j. thorough Er.gSi.sh nlncalion. nd tiding Board, Tuition, Wadi ng, Fuel, Light? and Bedding, $75.00 t Stati mery, 2.50 * Tuition for day pupils, including f fa!, 21 00 [•: pr.PAr.ATr. BfcAXcncs: r French, - 11.00 Mu>ic, vyth thense of In-trnment, 25.00 Draw inland I’amting, exclusive of materials. C OO I’aililiiiiiit dil Colors, euliuive 1 i &t tnilUiials, 10 00' * Z C. BILLINGSLEY. President. [Pert T.hacco Time*,, Planters’ Advocate, j Baifimor j Weekly Sun and National lutelh , gcucer g vv ll.ree ili ertioiis and mu d bills to s this obit 1 and a t aper to the President at Leonard Town, Md. , Sept. ”3rd, 1858—31. ; J. J.&J. A. JARISOE, : n\v LNG eslaldi -lieii lliemselvev : u T.eon ar I Town (nr the purp. *< . • . , tl ,, I mi the COACH MAKING tin-,.es .i- ~ . T " fully iol inns their fnem *an i ; ~t 1 they are at all times ready m .•%, 1 entrusted 10 them, fn (he ne st du.-a1.;.-and , Ustetul manner, such as - lircr.lES, ItOCKAWAYE, i.uuir r.\nLi.:<:r<, With tl.etr fiici’u-es )..r 1 tat.i '’.leiur-rg they feel r'liiiident of lie.tig 7 ... ■ n , wauls ol ali who may favor !:.. ,n v. i; t,. ir patronage. . Old itriages repaired m .- ~ lire and at moderate pr.ces, < ; t., .. ti llt , i change r>r new. ta BLACKSMITHINO of a done at finur esialdi-hn'uit w , ~ and disp iidi. HoRSE-LHOEINi. \ : i-i rate hand lias been enifdi \ed to Sh. ■ llorses, : ‘ and persons wanting this kind of work italic-. 1 1 would Consult their infirm by giving it* a > rail. , J aly 15,1858. 11 f r. THC Southern Literary ONE UK THE ('HEAPE.ST PUBLICA lions in tlie country. Two volume* a i year each containing al least 480 pages, in I neat >iy|r, w ith tine cover, and Adveitising -le-ei. Ihe two volume* furnished for only IHUF.E DOLLARS a jear! I'or the year 1' ’*• Tiveni) sixth and Twenty seventh : vohins'**. In i~-.ii ng the Prospecti s of the Twenty ! -:xiK and 1 weniv-seveiH i volumes ol the SOI Tf 1E R\ U PER ARY M EsS K\g ER. I commencing with the January .No the Pro i pnetors lo assure lie* j-übiic ihai no ex ertions Will be reimlled on llieir part |o main tain the high character ol rhe work, and ... challenge tl.e patronage ot ait w lio value ■ starling literary mere. For twenty-three vears the Messenger ha* endeavored to -re- Heet (niili ully the Souihern innid, vvlole dis , .laming ad narrow and secional views, and has been alone among tV mvnliiiy periodi- i cals ol America in delence .J the peculiar)- In s'lluliun*ol the southern ct unity. To this of tier ii will suit be devoted, md will he prompt come under the specious garb ol' fiction or in the direct Jonu of Anii-sla .ery pampiitat*. At this critical juncture, u ade our enemies are rmpi tying literature as their most poien weapon ol attack the southern people surely will not -cuboid tneir encouragement from a work w lose aim it shaii be to sinke blow# in their tta|. nee. ’1 he Messenger mil as heretofore, presem its readsrs with news. Historical and Be j ographic.tl Sketches. Nov I-, Tates, Travels, Es-sa; , Poems, Critiques, snd Papers on the i Army. Navy, and o:n-r National subject*. W ith si view to i:*ore a large circulation ot li.e M ssr-n ir, i ,e Prr. urieiors have re dneed fa ; '•••• i.t s>.l,rnpi on. which is now • •niv Tl I -.E I M M.I.A liSp r annum, in AD \ AN I I . i .r 11 ...r before 1 lt;<* |si ( .| ).,!*, -n ant \ ar t !.l IS —r- ii,.cting n* I- ftn-n in or.*- Jet- Ici. vv n. I i ti- ilel n- Six • ; *. 1•• F. j't : > r >d friricnl artment of tl.r Mi-"< r.g- r v*. ,il < nr.'iii* under tne —iurgr I-l Jv i.M I HoMl** v. p.sq , a’.-, W'j.l einliia r* c-p -BS II tes ..ii • ll'“ :.( 1, ♦ - -’ire. and re xiejn ofl new A in- r. .ii -ft-. r , ,g„ work* .jjfeneral n.ieresi and v.i.ut. Tne Editor’* will iw alway s hon-srly and ’earless-, fly avowed. The Hiisme** Dcpartmen' is cr.n-hn ted bv the under-tgned. to whom aii comrr.ui. a:i.>D of a business nature cium hr addres.ei) MACFaKLINK. FK.RGU’SON fv <’G. Law Biliiding. Franklin st., Richmond \‘L May IS. 1853. FISH—ALE-WIVES? barrels cf Ale wive* for *Ve hr i GEORGE A. SIMMS. & CO. ! I October 14th la&L 4 UX IT E1) sTA IE 8 BrstXEss ont commix ' ' l pb‘te Lt cl all the Business PTrnw, Banks. Banking House*. V \VUFACTURIXO AND OIHF.U OVRPOI VITO.NS. 5.C.. 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The first volume will undoubtedly reach a circulation ot over 50.000 copie*,' and the second a much larger circulation, as it will be much enlarged and improved by valuable ad ditions which it is deigned to make. There have hern 500 subscribers already obtained in th* City •>( Boston alone; and it i* confidently bel.e /ed that it tv ill exceed four j tunes that number. The Publisher per-onally superintends the e*. ciiiioo of the work ; so that nothing but the ls*s! of material will be used upon it. Looking to the Lusmess community for sueh aid and encouragement as is due the enterprise, the Publisher h-els confident in ensuing the publicMian of the work as early as the lirst of March, I®."'). EDWIN DKVOE. PuWihtr. October 14, Itsd—4t. A CUKE AT HOME. C'NE OF MAW IX ST. MARY'S, SIJ, Baltimore, Md., Per. 10th, 1857. 15 R. 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For salts by THOMAS H. FOWLER Chnplico, Mi!. Sept. 23rd, 1858—tfr. UNIVERSITY OF MARYLNT) school or aii>r. THE Fifty-First Session wdl begin nri THUKsDAV October /lb. ISS, and end March Ist, 1850. FACUL TY: N. R. .SMITH. M. I>.. Principle* and Prac tice ol Surgery. W . E. A. AIKI\, M. I)., ChemiMry and Pharmacy. SAMUEL CHEW M. D, Prit pies and Practice of Medicine. JOSEPH ROBY, M. D., Anatomy and Physiology. G. w. MILThNBEHGER. M. D, Obste incs. CHARLES FRICK, M. O. Materia Med ea and Therapeutics. B. B. SMITH, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. CLINCAL INSTRUCTION is given at the Raluniure Infirmary, situated mar the I diversity, and open to Matriculate* of tl.* School throughout tl year, FEES, for *he full course, |f)0; Malrienla tinn fee4s, Graduation £2O; Practical Anato my $lO. GEORGE W. MILTENBERGER. Dean. September !Cih, 1858—4 w. i 9 MSS OJL VTSO.V. r i , HE Copartnership heretofore existing *■ between fbehrni of Spalding 8i Durant is this day di*u!ved by mutual consent. All i er o:;s iuJeliied to the late firm aie re-pe-t --full, requested t 0 set tie their account* with out efr-.ay, with either of me undersigned, vv io sre authorised to *g;, the came of the said linn in settlement. <5. 1. SPA f.LHN'G, C. I. DURANT. Leonard Town, Sept. 1t,1858. Kept Oik, 4 4.