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BY virtue of one writ of Fieri Facias
issued bv a Justice of the Peace of!
tbe State of Maryland, in and for Saint
Mary's County, at the suit of A. P.
Lipouraille against the goods and chattels, i
!ada and tenements of Jeremiah Artis,
sud to me directed. I have seized and *
taken in execution all tho right, title, in* j
t reat claim and demand, at Uw and 1
in equity, of the said Jertiuuh Artis in
and to'the following property to wit:
ONE NEGRO BOY NAMED JO.
And I hereby give notice that on
FRIDA 1 tlu lOr A, Jay of April neat,
at the residence of William E. Abell.
Beivtdere, in thia District, between the
hours ‘of 10 o'clock, A. M , I,
and 4 o’clock, P. M., will expose
at public sale, to the highest bidder for
cash, the above described property so
aeiaed and taken in execution. Also to
satisfy officers costa on same.
F. P. SPkLDINO.
Constable. !
March 28th. 1861 —l.
FOR THE
rmuEiT muni
THE STEAMER
GEORGE WEEMS
restin'e her r* ute to the Pstiix nt
River, L'<*n. SATURDAY,
March Ifsllt. at 6 Vli*k, and <tuitinue every
Satuiday until lurtknr notice, proceeding ax
far up as Hill’* land'll g.
Returning. will leave Mill** [.sliding every
Taeda\ Vl'Ttunr f or Benedict. Will leair
Benedict every Wednesday Morning at 0
o'clock for Baltimore. Calling at all the usu
al landings "B the River, also at Fair Haven
and Plum Point. going and returning.
N.B.—TOHACCX) landed at cithsr No. I
or 2 Tahaeou Warehouses at Shippers may
dasiro.
THKOOOKH WEEMS.
March 28th. IHCl—tea.
in im mis.
B. Tackrr )*a just returned from Bsl
• tinn-re with some earlv SPUING
GOODS. of the Uter st\ lea.
FSae English and Mmimac PRINTS;
Bhuk and Whit* GINGHAMS;
Blanched and Br%.*u MUsLINS;
DI CALS, Ac.. Ar
A Isa, men’s wear for Spring; Roady-Madr
Clothing. Shoes. Gaiters, Hals ami Fui...y NV
ti ms, Ac., all of which will be sold low ho
ccah or to punctual customer* <>u short credit
W. 11. TUCK I- U,
fjmwafras A Oak.
N. B. No liquor sold to parties tu drink at
the B.t>rc when they are in a state of iaioxicu
4*oo. without any n pect u> perilous.
Mareh 28th, 18;i—tf
liiiilim
TillS thoroughbred fl< nw
will stand this season at
tie following places:
At the Head of Si. Clement’s bay on Mon* t
day*;
At Leonard Town >n Tuesday's;
At the Clifton factory on Wednesdays;
At Hammett’a Store on Thursdays;
At Tucker’* Store on Saturdays.
Season commenced or. the 26 th of March. '
For further particulars, I refer to my Urge
Bills, which, can le seen at (ha different I
•(sada.
GFORGE C. TAELTON.
March 28th. 1861—ten.
NOTICE.
WM. Chetnut ami others A Circuit Court
Vl * f l*r St. Mart *s 1
R. J. Shanks and others. y county. March i
V term 1861.
RDERtD by ths Court that John F.
Itent 1 rustee for the sale of the res*
tatate of Perry Sharks deceased, notify t! a
creditors uf said deceased. !*• inserting a copy
•I this order. once a week for three successive
weeks in the St. Mary s Beacon to file their
Haims duly authenticated, against ths estate
of said deceased, with the Clerk uf the Circuit i
Court fur St. Mary’s county on or before the ,
28lb day uf May next, 1
PETER W. CRAIN.
March 22nd 1861.
I hereby certify that the aforegoing is a
true cupy of the original older filed in my of
fice.
JAMES T. BLAKISTOFR.
w . CUrfc.
_ March 28th, 18l—w.
AI OTICE TO CREDITORS.
TffiJ OTICE is hereby (iventkat the subscriber j
Av hasobtaiaed from the Orphans* Court of 1
®. Mary *s county, in Maryland,letters of ad
miniKiwtion w.a.,on thepersonalestateofWm.
Peaks, lol* of sdud county deceased. All
persons having claims against the said deceased,;
art hevaby warned to exhibit the same, with the |
peeper vouchee thereof, to the subscriber, on or ,
mdorctbe IstdayofOcu, 1861, otherwise they ;
■mv be excluded by law from all benefit of the •
aaed estate. Given under my hand this 98th I
day of Mareh 1861.
J. J. JARFOE,
-- Adair. j
Match fiffih 186’-4 w.
. ■ ItOTIRE TO CREDITORS.
is hereby given that the subscri-:
Aw bar., has obtained from the Orphan’s'
Court of 81. Mary ’s county, i n Maryland, let- j
Urs of administration on the personal sstate of j
F. F. CMUTEB, late of said county, i
•••aaiu. Ail parsons bsv;ngclaims against the j
d are hereby warned to exhibit the
WMhaho prmptt couches thereof, to the j
Biibsawber, on or before the Ist day of October
MW-, othorwfiie they may be excluded by law
*■•11 benefit of ike said estate. Given under i
mj hood this fifth day of March 1861
J. J.GRAVES,
Administrator
March tffih 1661—4 vr.
FISH.
EA.<JTBN HERRING, CODFISH andi
MftWHEAT Ft-OCR jod wvived j
M*" tala by SIMMS A M \BDOX. 1

. NOTICE, f
. ’rnP. Co-PartiMirshi)! heretofore existing
priv l T d £v ,l,# firfn " f *'® r 6DSMON. MUR- 1
day by limitation. ;
,Cl IA S. FKRG UditiOX will settle (he affairs
uf the concern.
v. „ CIIAB. PEROfSRON.
D. H. SIILUAU.} Sttr.iritHj ssrhuri *tf
J. S. ARDIB, CJ. U. J furpkf, *C (jo.
I |
j Dear Fir;—The undersigned rc-Mims i
thanks fur your pUronage to tire Ute firm, 11
. and would res)>ectfully n quest a rontinnance 1
of the same to him. His best eAorts shall si
; ways le mail for Khe interests f those who j
confide their iuinese tu his care.
Rtptdfully
CM AS. FERGUBSON. •
Feb. 28th, 18C1—lin.
j TO AUMS ’. TO A KMB! TO A RMS I j
I jDFAN FKI) 500 msr snd women t* arm
! thenisi lves with $5 and go tu Tuckers i
( to buy gunds.
j Win. B. Tucker has just received a I*t .f
! PLOUGHS, PLOW POINT’S Ac., which he
will sell low.
Feb. 14th, IBCI
MMJIM&CO..
CIGAR MANUFACTURERS,!
II (Si'CCßMiMta TO G. W. Dwveu A Co.)'
! piUME CIGARS. <*l our own rosnufij*
I *■ lure, cunstantl}' cn hand. We ha\ hlm
> a large slock uf cxcellenl
cm-WING and SMOKING TCROACO, i
( ; SNUFFS and I* \NCY A UTICLKS,
j Which wc are prepared to furnish our cus- i
turners on restbuiahle ti-rnut.
’ | Jan. 10th 18tii—tf. )
'I •
NOTICE. j
’ Co-partnershiy heretofore existing
i 1 under the firm of (JOTTINGHAM A.
■! IIAKDING is this day dissolved by mutual I
i j consent. Win. ii. llaruiug is ahuie-authiU' j
izrd tu settle the business of the firm.
SAMUEL OOTTINGIIAM.
WM H. H \RDING,
Haitim*rt Jan. 1 18>1—4\v.
j
i I’he undersigned, having Bought out the j
• Interest of Samuel Cotiinghani of the firm o i
I G<ninghum A Harding, w ill hcrc.ifter conduct !
the business in ids own Name.—and he most
i respect fully sdi.it :l v favor o| the friend* ul !
j the old Firm.
WM 11. HARDIN.i. j
MARYLAND i
Agricultural works.:
' TO THE FARMERS OF SI. MURKS \
j— l would most r~*|Mcifully call yatir at
I tenttoii to inv l.rg* uKsortm<ntol LMFLE- j
• -I/L.N IS. 1 am n.uiiofartuiiiig and pre- J
j paring a larger aosoitmeiit af Aynculiural ha- j
■plentaita than I have ever before offered I. j
; die public—ll rs Po-vers and Threshers. [
j Wheal I‘ai.s, U'fti Mills. C’orn Sh # *!lers,!
; Ploughs, U.inows; Unlt-ivut'*rs, and many
i other atliclef to numerous to mention, ll
|<*an supply tie Farmer ai*h -very thing he !
J may want. With regard to R.ro Powers i
I would call particular attention to a fine
M of FELTON'S TRIFLE GKiREJ) j
FOWEHS, io teork ttifh or trithnui famJ. ;
| it huh art Not *urpasted in this or any othei
; market; and 1 resjattfully invite those
who are in want of Machines to give me a call.
'as I feel confident that I can suit the pur- !
i chaser. I am making a CORN MILL for!
: grinding Orn at Home. This is a go.*i Mill,
, has len tested and pronounced so bv exja*-
ricuced judges. To this 1 ask your spe
. cia! attention.
1 lend* r you my sincere thanks for ths
■ kindness heretofore shown toe and beg a con- '
tin aauce of your favors, determined to make >
i a strong effort to pl.-ass all who give me their!
custom. Orders will meet with prompt alien
tion by being directed to
WILLIAM 11. HARDING. I
U.O Pratt street Wharf, Haiti mert. Aid :
Fb, 7lh, 1861— ly.
JAMES WTIJvTnSOnT !
6RSCER i 111
ME B CIH &H 7,
No. 122 Dugan’s Wharf.
BALTIMORE.
Keeps constant!v on hand a larg# assort* i
' men lof SUPERIOR FAMILY GHCM3KKIES.!
; Foreign and Domestic Liquors, 'l’obacco, Su
gars, Ac., which will be sold si the lowest
market prices.
Produce of all kinds sold on commission, 1
but 1 shall only do a CASH commission 1
business.
Nov. 29th. IB6o—tf.
NOTICE.'
THK undersigned takes this method of
informing the public that, if a Hus* of
’ a dozen or more can lc procurer], he will give
lessons in QUADRILLE and FANCY
| DANCES, at T*wn, timing the pre- f
. sent month. Persons desirous of forming a ,
class are requested tu notify the undersigned
immediately. |
J. RANDOLPH WALTON.
Jan. 10th, 1861—if.
TfEDfewTiiOTOL ~
i
DH A. SAPPINGTON baa removed
to Bt. Inigoos’ District, where he of- ! 1
fers hie professional services to the public
1 He may be found st his residence, near St. > j
! I nig or*' Store, late the property f Dr. 1 j
John C. Ashcom. j,
Jan. 81st, 1861—3 m. j<
FOR SHERIFF^
Tl e name of PHILIP 11. DORSET, is sug
gested to the voters of this c. unfy, as a can- '
didate for tne next SHERIFFALTY, by !
many citizen* of
C'HXPTKX) DiHTRiOT.
Keb. ;th, 1861. 1 j
FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR.
1). D. V\ KD/H tiflVt* himself to the voters
of Leonard •I’own distnet as a candidate hw
Supervhsjr of Hie Road and asks the voters of
Ike dbtrict to support kim.
FH, 28th, JHI.
I
-• JliilC JiCKfOI. CM. DIXCU.
MAI.MO.IT GROVE NURSERIES,
ISAAC JACKSON 4 CO.. P.opneters.
(Scccß**a t* THOS. M. 11AKVET.)
JemierMli*, Chester Caaaiy, Pa.
T* Ike Farmer* *od Pttooisis f Hi. Mary*. !
aJ Miijemiup cvanutt.
THE *ubs< ritier* beg |*a>* in call stlei.tMn *
to lheir *•*•.k for the Fail 'rad*.
Apple*; Pea re, aiaudnru ami dwnrl‘;Chrrnr;
Plum*; Aprbort., Neri.rines, all Me- I
lecual iid choice vanene*. Our small frail
(tepartrrcal rouonsm every thine in u* elsws.
Stmalatrry, one hundred varieties; Grape-, 1
riniM;rirrnni, RMpteriy, Gooseherrr.
Rhubarb or Pie Plant, Asparagus.
Our Mock uf ORNAMENTAL TREES te
rery henvy. and comprises .ill the common and
mi *( il e new, evergreen and dieiduou*
U.Uilmh anil of Ivrry 4t
acripiion. Osa£* Orange for hedging. Tbia
plant i* destined soon to supercede ail others for
tkia purpose, bring hardy, a iapid gmwer, it* 1
strong thorns offering an impassible barrier l
all kinds ol stork Our stuck in healthy and
and our pcirrs ml! he lonnd as low
as any other establishment. Orders *uJtoiled
Add i eta
ISAAC J \CKSON A CO.,
Jennertilie, Chester Co , P„
S. Ca.alfgues turniaheu .n application.
Reft rent e—Fnuicis J. Biune, Bloomsbury; J. *,
r.da'in Coad, l*oeuxl Grove, Ml. .Mary ’a county ;
A<kKnt.—U. Fred. Maddox, who i*
ogenl for tint- campauj, will attend to all
ardent left with him.
Sepi. nth, IB6o—if.
mmm—mm MSMMsMaia_____
hi ME AM) FEED STOHK
Ho. 3 3ollinworth St- Baltimore.
w.n. r. noiui.n,
(SUCCESSOR TO JOHN HEAMY)
WHOLESALE A SI) RETAIL OF. A LEEK ||
time, Brick., Hair. Cenirnl.
CALCINED PLASTER.
Owr, Out*, Corn Meal, Chop-Rye,
Mill Feed, &c.
Doc.23rd, IB6o—ly.
i TOR COUNTY CLERKSHIP.
I The tends of DANIEL T. MORGAN
, present .iu to (Ur voters ofßl. Mary’*cou,i
jty as a candidate for Clerk of the Circui
i Court at (Ik election in 18i33, and solicit fo
ms claims a dispassionate consideration,
j Nuv,2ith, 1857.
WANTED.
______
j 'pHP snWriber wish** to bur a Jot of
1 LIKELY YOUNG NKGUORS. of both
1 ,r w hi h the highest market pric e* will
.be paid. Persons wishing l sell, who mr not
*e himr during his present tour through th
i JSo ' ,fLrn counties of the State. will have their
orders promptly responded to, by addna*>ii.—.
ALLEN S* DORSEY*.
~ . _ , Washington, I). C.
►•b 2nd. ?Bo—|f.
PLOWS.
I 1* !■* ••id l‘G \i A n. PLOW.S
' *’* "• * - U; d Improved Davis, A
Shears, just receive.l end for sale |.y
SIMMS A MADDOX.
! ©DJiJTJILSAILa
€ORX MEAL. frch from the Steam- 1
Mill of J. H. Maddox,
i A fre **‘ s Hly "f BUTTER
jCUKKSEAc in store and lor sale I y
* SIMMS & MADIHiX.
Dec. 20th, 18G0.
! ... .. i
FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR.
HENRY NORRIS of Jo. offers himrelf u, I
I l “* vorers of Leonard Town district as cundi- '
i dote lor Rnmi Supervisor and solicits (be totes !
of his friends and th* public.
Jau. 34th 1881.
warn. i
A fr ?!' Kll lT , , v ol GARDEN SEEDS and
SKLi) rtM’A'rOES ju*l received 'ami {
for sale by
SIMMS & MADDOX.
NOTICE.
AI.L persons indehtrd to the late firm of
fien. W. Dwyer .V Co., are reqnestrtl t* I
M-nle iheir arrnuntt without further tklat ;
Willi J. Eclix Morgan, who is nutin-ri/ard te I
:gn the name >f the firm in seltlruieut.
GEORGE W. DWYEKde CO.
.Tan. 10lh 1801—4 w.
BAUGH’S '
A*.dir HOMS
SUPER PHOSPATE
OF
LIME.
FARMERS, TRY ir, if you WISH TO !
RAISE LARGE CROI*S, AND AT
TliK SAME TIME IMPROVE
TOUR LAND.
IN Uh preparation of this *ahiahU manure '
BONES ARE USED IN THEIR HAW
STATE ONLY.
They have never been ROILED NOR
CALCINED. The* arc taken a* nature j
made them.crashed with powerful tnachinerv,'
and snl je-t to a process hr which all tli*
tirtu* if the tame is retained, and a fertilizer 1
is pnsn red fnrnhbing in a concentrated and I
soluble thru), th* two iudiapeiisiblc elemenrs !
in the growth of plants, rix; PHOtSPHORIC I
ACID Sr AMMONIA. 'These two eieitienis ;
by the js ol *'Baughs Raw Ihme IMustphalci” J
ara gixen to the soil in all then* original
strei gtli and purity. They assimilate at i
onco with it, fnn.ish all fLc ammonia neeibd j j
for the growing crops, ami leave thlnd per- i ‘
uianently l>cmfifted. I
CASH PRICK s4h PER TON.
OF 2.u(l P(U\DB, ’ i
2i C ENTS PER POUND.
This popular Fertilizer can he had uf
Agents in the pnn ipal towns, or may Jx- or- .
dered thr-wgh any Cunjuiiwioii Merchant in
Baltitu >re.
GEORGE DUG DALE,
Ccktuai. UtMT II Askiot, ’ I
Mu. i Srww' Wnatr, i*
HALT)MOkg. I
ftk nary file ltdl—B.
QUICK QUICK LIME!! ]
KENNEDY’S
SCIfUVLKiLI. LIME.
well known iu l**nnsyiatiia. J*. la ware
New .1e- ej aiHl the Northeru and Kat-n
portion of this Stale, as being aupen.w to ary
—t ier foi a<jr 'ni(nral intf.rocetmtnl. i for th
first lime placed within the reach of the farm
er an<*l planters of St. Mary’s and adjoining
counties, through the agency uf the uinlersign- :
eil. who is prejNimt to aHI on ttctvmmfidutitHf
term* any quantity of Quirk Aim*, deliverable
as per agreement on the shores of any of I la*,
H vers or bay* ir. said counties. Orders solicit- 1
ed.
JNO. A. CAMAMER,
Asfrnt
Lmiyird Town, Md,, March Brd, Ifib’.i—:tin
The falloa-inganalysis recommends this lime
ai jmssesj-ing pr|,*.-tie* (fi nujenor to anv
other) necessary lo be.tppiied Intkelandainllii
srction, which are known lo be dt£> ien’• in
me and atsgi.esiu :
Lslxirstory ofSlat* f -emiit, j
N°.29 Exchange but.uiuga,
Babimure, \ld., June 3(Mh, 1c57. Y
Report of analysis of a ssniplce of t> huy!k!t
Limestone, maiked respeemeiv N* 1 (white)
N< 1 (blue). No 3 (while). No Q ((due), N,
! 3 (*op) fr Jelm Kennedy, Esq., of Port
Kennedy. M-ot-gpoucry I • .. P-nn-ylvsut.i.
Thenbuve -.•■•ijdes of ••<.! ■> .’Li:' hinioi>..<e’
t were found, spua analysis, tu U cumpus*.* a
A lowa.
K- I (w) I (!) fr) 3 (I.) 3 (t)
Cmhon. of Lim*. th 9. H 4.7. ifi. (, .V7 j
I Cartmn. f Ah 2.34.1. 3, 4. * 4, 4<> i
|Snnd,ClayA Iroa.u.'J, i.o, jo, la. “J :•
lUU.
\ The \bove Schuylkill Limestnne* are Mngre
J sisu Limestones, of pretty nearly rqunl enmpo
, Sition. They are most ep-rinlly adapted in ti e
I application on soils which are deficient in b*ih
Lime and \lanrsia.
JAMES HIGGINS.
i j 1k52 CHAFTCRF.S 1854
I LOCATED
*| COR. or BALTIMORE & CHARLES Sr*.
t Baltimore, Mu.
7Ac Z.arg,*/, Mont Bltganllij Furnish/J anJ
Fopuiur ( omuinciai CoUrgr in list
Vnilfd Slain.
Designed Expressly for Young Men
f Oesmng to obtain a 'PYorewgA Pruetirml Run
nrss FMncatinn in the sliurttAt possible time
I j -tail at the least expense.
j A Large and Beautifully O. namenleit Cirri:-
, i Inr. rontaii.ing upwards of Stv ark Fret,
• with Sfiffimrn / P/nwanship, and a Large En
graving (tlie- finest of the kind ever made in this
country) reoresanting the Interior View of the
College, Midi CaiNlogue stating terms, Ac.,
itili be sent (<>every Young Man on application,
Lee of ••harge.
Wife intntrdintely *ud von will receive the
:>sickage Uy return u.aii. Address
E K. LOSJF.R,
Bdltnnuie MJ.
January 34ih, 1861- ly.
BVSIXKSB XV TICK.
Af-L persons indebted lo rue en Tavern ac
count will come forward and settle the
! •me without delay as I wish nil claim* due me
■ dosed Lirikwith. I imend hereafter to do aa
j •‘Xrhiaive CASH business and am determined
' ’o give no credit for EATING. DRINK
j I NO or HORBh PEED lr*m the Ist of Janua- i
ry, i t>| .
JOHN F. PEN WICK,
Proprietor,
. . Union Hotel: !
January 3rd, 1861—I*. i
I I
UNION HOTEL.
HAY INO purchased the ;ihove property
the subscriiter respectfully informs the
travelling public that he is now prepared lo
accommodate them. The Hotel will be tho -
o irhiy repaired and all it* room* refurnish* .
T e personal attention of the subscriber w 1
ne devoted to its management, and bis lie.t
e.Toris will be given to make hi* guest* rot -
furls Me. Hi* table will he supplied with
whatever the market affords, ar.d his Mar fur
uished with the best Liquor* end
His servants will always he found attentive
and accommodating. Sober and reliable
Hostler* have been employed, and the aul- j
scriber will take.care that his stable* are no
neglected.
He solicit* the patronage of the former
guests of the Houses and that of the public |
generally.
JOHN F. FENWICK.
Leonard Tow n
Oct.Tth. ISSB if.
ARCHITECT & BUILDER 1
mOK undersigned ha* made such arnmpe-
menu a* will enabh him to execute all
work in his line at BALTIMORE PRICKS !
with pMiuptr.es* and despatch. He solicit* a
call from bis friend* and the public.
V. camauf.il
. Leonard Town. 1
J*a.36t)i, 18(10—tf.
- j
THAI). K. PKEUBB,
Attoney ami Counsellor at Law,
Leonard 7 uwh. St. Mary'a County .Maryland J
WILL practice in the Gmrtbof Bt. Mary'*
and adjoining Counties.
•lan 13th, 1859—(I.
I
mmw mom,' '
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. ff Light St. WLaif, (between Pratt 4 j j
CsHuieia) 1
KALTINORC
Refer b\* permission to Messrs Duvall A ? )
A 'Y. W. Isaac, Cox 4 Brown,
Aenly A Tiighmsn, T. W. Levering 4 Bon.
Otwkely 4 Fenton, W. K. Merrihb, 4 Ce., ,
John a. Theater, Esq.. C. A. Gambrill. j 1
Esqr..J G. Herrs*. Wm. H. Emory, A. '
App'egnrth. S. D. Cmdhuru. M. Roberts. !
22T* 4 K4,m,f " d ** n * r ki*r J/*tecra p
27k, 18C0—Cm.
FOR CONN TABLE.
J. EDWIN AMKLL ariMHmcea himself a*
f’r UotatsiHi in Leonard Towp > J
district and aniidts th- votex:f hi* fnerds sud i i
the (.uW e. * •
Fst. JitL, |ci. 4 m
j JAMES H. WII^OX,
! AlUrwcy mm 4 Csuwlßr at Lav,
t eotwnl Tbtra. St. Mnry'w Cvmnhf. Maryland
lyil.L attend to the of Law i*
’ Y Saint .Mary’s and adjwunuug Cuun-
March tßiii !y.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
1 anoyance m*i elf a % < imlitlaie ftr ClerV
: **f liar Circuit Court f.* Ylarv's c-m.iy.
aiW rrsprrtfully solicit the siipj**>rl of tui
frieuds and the puhli-.
j GEORGE If. HERBERT.
March 28(h 1861.
FOR ROAD SUPERVISOR.
! JOHN II CECIL is recommended as a mit
abh- |ier*i>i for Rgd Su|K.’rriMor m the
! Fact.-ry district.
Many friends.
M ircb 26th 186*.
2.M) .h Diet a(. District.
f
FOR THE COURT OF APPRAIsS.
uouEirr id id,
o
FA IXT MARY'S COCWTY.
, March 21 si, 1801.
LIhMBKR, ♦
SHINGLES,
LATHS,
BRICKS,
:} LIME,
HAIR,
S.VSII, DOORS and SIItTTKRS,
FI Mlsalc. at tire very larrst prirr for CAM!
or APPROY ED cnilif. IfoKre htty
| mg. rail xml see hn at the e rner of KitUw
{nd German Streets >r-at 182 Light street
i Wharf, Ihillimuie, Md.
BURNS A SLOAN.
March 21 si 1861—t f.
i_ . _
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALT. perwvn* are hereby forwamed from
free passing with dog, gun or otherwise
upon any part ot my farm called
“TOWN CREEK”
l-xatcd near the Patuxent river in this county,
and .ilea !r<ni comiuitLing depicdati>-ns upon
.the shore* of said fana by gunning, or
i• *t her wise. Against any and m)1 person,,
; found trespassing after the publication of ihir
notice, the law will hr rigorous!r enforcl.
GI.ORGK FORiIKS.
March 14th, 1861—4 w.
i FOR T|IF. T.EGISLATURE.
JAM H.S 11. WILSON. I>q.. is recommend
jed to the voters ot li.-> rout,tv is * cainildab*
I lr a sent in the next Marvlaud.
;.nd will be Miippwrtctl by
Maxi Fhikxds.
I March 14. 1861.
FOR THE LEG IS LA TIRE.

j The friends of RICHARD COLTON aug-
Test his name to the voters of this county as
I s cauuidate for the Legislature, and *-k for
j his claims a dispassionate consideration.
March 7th 1861.
j
FOR THR LEGISLATURE.
: ROBERT C. COMBS, K-q ,is recommend
• ed to the voters of tins county nn n c.miiidbt*
j for the Legisi.iture, u• id will !’e Miipp>n-fed by
' „ many friends.
I fet*. 2Stu, 1861—if.
NOTICE. #
ALL persons wishingm communicate
with me by letter. wil 1 direr i ineircnr
i respoudenceWy mailto PoriTnbarcoCkarfo*
eounty, Md., or by steamer St. Nirholai:.
to Chnppel Point.Oharle*,-ounty . kJd.
„ , WYL T. CAMPBELL,
j F>. 3rd. 18M>—ti.
j
FOR road supervisor.
, JOHN B. BOWES offers hime4fas a mu
I didst,: for Road Supemeor ir Leonard Tcwp
; 'lisiiir i and snlirtu the suppert of his friend*
1 nud fel!ow^-itireis.
Jan. 24ti 1861.
CttEEY A YOG
FAMILY GROCERS
AND UfcALCR* IK
i PURE OLD WISES A XT) LIQUORS,
( No. 88 BALTI.MORE STREET,
KEAK Hoi.I.IDA T, BAt.TIkIORK,
IJ AY’K constantly on hand a large and well |
selected St*xk id FAMILY GKOCEUIES,,
consisting, in part, of—
Far.Ru Fbas.—Green and Black, of variona !
prices and ri;tvir*.
Coerres.—M-jeh*, Java, T*gnyra, Maraosil o
and Rio.
Acoa**.—New Orleans. Crushed. Powdered *
Gramilstei), C Yellnw and Ctarifird i
Itslian. Maccaroni ar.d YVrmeceilt; Coopeis j
(ix’s R‘fiiiet Gelatins; Fresh Salail and i
Olive (Mis. ( Yteese, English Dairy. Pir.r •
Apple and Sap Sago; Sardine*. French,
and Spanish Olivea; English and American j
Fn-klew—(ierkins, ndxe!. Picralili Chow—'
Chi.w, Caultdow er. Walnuts and Oniops. j
Sauces—John Bull, Harvey, Reading,Subr
Mtishr<xm* and YY*Mrce*tersbire.
Qkaxmks —Ja* Hruiifwy A Go., Y'inlag l }
IMO. Otard Dupurl Co, 1MC # Vatirr
Catawba, Bordeaux, Rochelle, and . thei '
bratwl*.
Fik* Oiti YVixe*.—London D-wi Port. Shrr ,
r J, Madeira, Usbun, Sweet M eel!*, and
t champagne.
Whisxets —Scotch. Old T*. rvrihmm. Oht I
H*pp and Ilottthss, sen,* verv rJ,; .it*-l fir*
Pure Holland Gin, •Tsn si r 'a Spirits, Vc.
Imported and ffonjestic SEGA ha AND TO
BACXA). (
All of which they will sell at reaa nabli '
price* and respectfully *<dicu a call.
March Ist, 1864)—|y. .
NEW SHOES! NEW SHOES:! <
snr&fs*" i
N#f Is: ||M
AI.tCIT TKSCO. J. B. *o*fi*|
TRBCJO k MORGAN.
P R O DV C K
COMMISSION MKRLH.UVTH,
Ami Wholfitlf Dralw in
?/-/Q VO K S JJ\ I) cIG.I RS,
N.Ji CftRAPSIUK. near Pratt at.,
MI.TIM OR K
Rverr description olciiuntii Pro due
entrust!**] roourcare will rtn imsnrtatuii*
1500.
Apnlfith.l S3SJ— tf.
THRKSUIXG i LXCHiSES*
| have for a!e the Pdt<m TrijJt (hard
* Horst Fvittr am) W. \V. I>m- >c* • A CV**a
■ fnM Thrtsher. tcifh Unrobing Strait Corfu*.
tin? nwchinp i warnuln) to render wrifi*
lion to *ll |tir h*M.Tn. The price of 8 b*ne
• power. 3ft inch Thresher and Straw-furrier,
delivered at auy wharf in hi. Mary’s couniv,
i* $lB5.
Farmers are invited to call at my Store is
I Leonard Town and examine thin Threri er
F. LKO. sr.M.DINGi
Jane 28th, 1860 if.
MATHIOT’S 6AY ST.
Lxtt-nding fr*ui Gay to Frtwirrick 'lnc!,
| having 40 feel front, 170 feet deep, and 8
. slot is* high, Baltimore Md.
i 4 TAV AYS oti hand n lai ge assortment at
| ia every variety of ILnochold and Office
, Furniture. cmbracmc—UurcMti*. ’Wdstrads,
: \\ :ish*tand*, Wardrobe*. Spring; lied*. Mat*
| trewr of 11 ink. Cotton and Hair Jinfas, Tote*
I *•'!elw. Ami (.'hair*. Hocking (Tair*, Klagr
* re*. M*rMe Table*. Uvcepiun and Upin deter*
ed Cha re, Assorted C<-lot> of Outage Fmni-
I tlire. Settee*. Wood Chair*, f >ft>cp Chaim, Par*
j her Chair*. Crd* ar.d PVadht*. Sidr-boti dr,
F.Xtvneion Tables. of every- le’^tb.
Per*on* to pnrrhN*e are invited to
call and give our *tr*-k an examination, winch,
, for variety and quality of workmanship. cannot
lo excelled by an; establishment in li.e court*
i ‘rJ
-11 A. M.'.THIO*" 4 SOX.
R°a. 2f arid i!7 North Gay Street.
: Feb. 2nd. 18C0—|v.
i JAMES S. DOWNS,
| 1 ATTORNKY Jr (UIUNSr.I.I.OI: AT l,*W,
l.ennmrd Teirn. St. Mary's Co.. ttd..
• Will practice in St, Maryland theadi<doing
‘ counties.
Keb. 10th 1858
MILL WEIGHTING.
• f lllir *nb*cril>rr. 1 nvb .g bad thirfv yr-ara
I ex j ♦mine at MILL WItIGHTINO. u
; I prepared and willing to g< toai.\ part of the
State to do *n.Ji work n* HFd*A I lUNf i of
i HI’ILDING MILLS. Il r * can al*o do rough
, CARP AA CLU S work. All work done m a
(substantial manner and with dispatch. Ad
| dress.
F T*XKLF.
; Great MiMa.
. J Bt. Marr* f*n.
Md.
Gel. 18‘h 1880—8 m.
I
>• naaaaar. m. h m.ur.rsr,
i JAS R. HERBERT k HRO.
TtHtAGCO AND PIIODCf K
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
lo *3f*rant St llolilngotiorth Sts.,
i aAi.TiMoaE.rin.
RYFFIIKM F.B.
Joha i{apkins.Preiden iMerrh autrßank
j Trueman Crn*s,CasliieiCoiuinernaiaiid
Farmer*’ Hank,
f.ieo. \V. Howard n Co., Baltimore.
Dner. Norri* A Go., •*
| R. Hickley k Bro.,
Penniman k Bro., •*
j Wbitnay, Cttahing A Ccm*{ook, Rnlt.
I
fIW- a. PI I'Mi. JO
BUSINESS NOTICE.
fWf-W. undersigned have tide day formed a
"■ Co-Partnership in the MhUC AfCVU.K
rUS LYESs in 1 own, under tnu
itawie'aad style of SJMAIS d- MM>I>(X.
and aim now Joing buointv* ai tie store Ut ! y
j *cciipied by (ic*>. A. hiinms A Co. They
, licit a continuance ~f Uic wrv liD nd p*tm
nage which w* exU ndn] to ibe hue firm,
j GF.O. A SIMMS.
I JO. JL MADDOX.
0:t. 23id, IPBO.
( Oef. 2oth. 18€- tf.
! I) AN away fr.-m rnv in
I -■-W' Mtdlcy * Neck, about 10day*
, ago, negro mao
COU’MBFS. Jr
; Ne wa bought om of rhe estate of -
| Mrs. Cn*ick and h** a wife Jibing at Mr.
I George TarltonV at For rest landing? head ■(
I Cuckold's crerk. i ear w hi. h plan- |M J,
le* lurking. H.* *t. p* a J, ? ,le. i* ~f a h t ,. t
. iiocelau-rompieiim, ai d al>. ur ;tf years ./
age. 1 will give the alir.ve rewanl fr in* ap
prehension and delitrrr !■> n.c „ r f,. r ),| ft C 4
tiuemeut in tne county jail. fa*.r.ard Town
jo. ii. m addo::
Sept. 16th, I Sod— u.
' J m i e ■ .mi
NOTICE.
EftllF. undetaiened baa jut received a tar'
* supply of Ladies PARTY nd BALL
Ge>ida conai*ting of
While and Giiurel Tnlatnu,
far tea wutte Kid
(odiea Whim Kid OUrvea. 4c. kc.
Alan,
GeoU WWW Kid Qloree,
Genu Fancy Nc*i Tira,
Oenu’ Flu# Shirts, ann G.4Ufa, 4c, Au.
K. LLO. SPAiaplMi,
Town.
Janaary t rd. ll*l-H f. .

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