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by . thereto the following ntc
tio* reUting to Partnership* taking out Li*
WMW.
Section. 1. IW it enacted by the Gene*
AfstniMy of Maryland, That the follow
inc s-tinD he and the same is hereby added
I* the filty-MEth article of tlie Code of Public
General Laws, to follow the eeeowd tectum
liccw* may he olitained hr partner
.faip* er firms, as well as by individuals ; but
Jr ‘|i case*, the name* M all the partner* of
. grin shall bo set f**rih in foil in the li
*sc and no license shall protect any person
ret ceding t<* net under the same, unless lie
il named therein, or is entitled a* a reprmwu
t live or assignee umler the provision herein-
Iftsr iiaUlwd in U.i* article, aud the clerk
the licensee,ahall enter up lle rc-ci.nl
f Ucrurre, the fall names f ami Ho* nicinbers
of a co-partnership to whom such license* i*-
2. And be it enacted, That this art
*|.lll lake effect on the thirtieth day of April
next
AN ACT
To amend the wrentielh section of the fifty,
tilth Article of the Ode of Public Gene
ral Uw, relating so Licenses fur Ordina
ries.
Section. 1. I* sl enacted by the General
Ar vinblv of Maryland, That the seventieth
t * c !i.,n ul the fifty-sixth Article of the Gale of
I'ubli.- General Laws, relating to Lt -ousts (or
Ordinaries la- and the same is hereby repeat*
~1, and the following enacted in lieu there-
If any pera>n or L"ly politic shall propone
li ojs-n or keep an ordinary ho shall apply to
lhe of tin* CiPTili* Court of the county in
v.hi. h -aid applicant may icside, ..r if he rr
>ide* in tin* city l P.altimorT, to the G.urt of
(\,mraoii for a license lltercf.ir, nndr
which liciuse spi.itiioiwor fermented hqiiorsor
huger la-rr, may Is- bartered or sold in quan
tities lc> than pint.
• Sec, 2. And I* it enacted, 1 hat tins act
tindl take effect on the thirtieth day of April
next.
AN ALP
Tu amend the fortv-scrou.l seel ion, relating to
the granting of Licenses to Trader-*, of Ar
tide fifty-six of the Code of Public General |
I aw*.
j:. it enacted by the General Assembly j
f ,J M-r 1 u.d, That the forty second section
.f Article tiity-nx of the (’ulc of Public-
Go- ea’ Laws, M-lating to thi* granting of
Li. cases to Trndir*, l-e and the same is
ht-p-l.y repeal*d, and the following enacted
tt4 a mii lo( it tile tlu-rd'or.
Sec 42. When any jktsou, body po
-1.1 ic, or coip'-ratr, si ml I propose to sell cr
Wrier any tiling nnnti->ned in the preceding
section, except spirituous or l..rrHciilcl li
quor*, he shall apply to the Clerk of the
Circuit C urt of the county in which he
mty reside, or if he resides in the City of
Baltimore to the Court of Common I’lcaw
tr a license thcrclor; but no lit en*e to
trade, or to sell KpiritUuU* or fermented
I uors shall U- issued by any clc. k- of a
i-.uii t* a friiie-c.mrl, tr to any |K?rsHi
t uder the age *l twenty otic, without the
k|**cul order of tire Judge of titc court;
hut no Jiitlgc shall give such special order
t > is*t: lieensr to sell spirituous or fermcn
t d liquors, Unless upon the recommenda
tion of at Ica.-t ten respectable free-holdcr*,
lenideiits of the ward or district wheroin
the place of sals in iv be, and whenever any
license shall Ik- isstt-d to a IrilliH-ovcrl, or
tumor, tlir said feme-covert, or minor shall
Iv n-iqionsiUe for all contract* math.- in the
)io r utioli of their business Ulitler such li
cense, and shall lx; liable to lie sued there
fore iu any court* ul* thi* Slate ; and the
*aid feme-coTrrt may lie Mini, or indicted
aid pr muled iii cn; of a violation by
her of the license- law* of thi* State, or in
n*f she should keep a disorderly iiuu.se>, a*
if she wi re a fume-sole; and, if judgment
ho obtained against her on any contract,
execution shall or may iwuc in the ordina
ry way t>. affect her n-parife estate • provi
ded, however. Iliat such res|*onsihility shall
iu no manner affect <<r impair the reiqiusi
l dily of the husband, or parent under the
existing laws, ami that this act shall take
vllecl uu the thirtieth day of April next.
We certify that the foregoing act* are true
copies of their respective originals, a* passed ■
I-y the General Asm mbiy of Mary land, at its!
January session. ISG2
P. SNOWDEN THOMAS,
thief CluiL of the House of 1 KdcgaleS, Md.
C. SI A K WOOD,
Secretary of the .Senate.
r l lie aforegoing are truly taken hii*l copied
from the laws recently received from the 1
Comptroller.
TibiJAMES T. BLAKISTONK,
Clerk.
April 10th, 1862 —Cw.
NOTICE
To Traders. Keepers of Ordinaries and
Other*-
7 l* A DEBS, Keeper* of Ordinaries and oth
ers, are hereby notified, in pursuance of
ti.e Act of AvH-iubly, iu *uch ca-e made and
provided, to tak* out and renew their
bICE-liSES between tSc Ist mid .
10th day Of Slay nest,
s the law will be rigidly enforced againnt
who neglect to comply wit i tlie provis
i"i>s ot tin? Act ..I Assembly, passed at Janu
ary Session, li>6B.
Ihe law d.*.-> o.U authorize any person or
)>er*u.i* to sell or bailer good*, wares and mer
‘ I'MiKiiz*, without first having obtained a Ll
t LNSK from the (Jl. rk of the Circuit Court.
By order of .butye Hrknt :
JAMES T. ILCKISTUI\E, Clerk
d the C. C. fur St. Mary’s County.
April 10;h. Ibc2.
TAILORING.
THE undersigned ha*
Wn.„ pi. lev of ItllytUTs*
•criMs. He is thauklnl .
f'-r the libe al patronage he ha* heretofore
received and aoie.it* a euntinuancc of
In fv..r.
Lu dug done at moderate rale* anJ at |
•he aimrtcat Ui.lice.
TiiOMAS I*. ABELL.
Tailor,
Leonard Town.
April 10th 18C2.—11.
TißTin mi.
OFLVALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.
D? Tirfore f a dscree of the Circuit Court
oTEon;L C l* r r? 7 ,1nl l r . "’Hirig n* a Court
?* krF,V ‘ e,1 * a " Tr ‘rtce, win
offer at PWm S.| o ttt tho Court f[ n,*o d or
•n I ort iolwcco, to the highest bidder on
THURSDAY, the Stli of May
next,
(iffalr.Jf m.r therext fair day thereafter.)
between the hoursc/ 12 m. and S o’chnrk, n
m., all that tract or parcel of land called aild
known by the name of
INDIAN TOWN,
containing five hundred acres, more nr lew
of which J. Fergus* on Bruce, late of Charles
County, dierl seize* 1 and )*r.eoFFrd. Thi* ia
•übjcct to the right of dower of Ellen Bruce
the widow. •
baid land bind* on Nanjomny Creek, which
i* navigable for bay crafts, is m.tt lieautiFnl.
ly Afm dftiinMy lrntcil tan to wenorv oiul
1 lie waters have always l,oen fa
mous Tor wild fowl and fish of the greatest
abundance and finest varieties and meeting a j
ready sale to dealers, who carry on an ex ten- '
sivn trade from that vicinity.
The anil is in a high state of mltirttior, lc- f
ing generally level or rolling and free from
stone. It is well drained and enclosed, mid
divided off in field*, of equal size by hemlock
fencing.
It is well adapted to the growth of Wheat.
Grn, Tohacen, Clover and Timothy.
The improvements arc a comfortable Dwel
ling House, Intel. thoroughly repaired. Kitch
in. Quarters, (iirn House, GBinaries, Stables,
Carriage and Ice Houses and two large new
Lams. It in not often a Farm containing bo
many advantages is put In (be market. Per
sons desirous of purchasing are iuvitod to iook
for th<-inaelvo*.
. The term* of sal;©, as proscribed by the de
cree, arc, on<vtiiird t.f the purchase money
; thereof to lie paid in cash on the day of sale
j ! ,r *'** Mlificatiou thereof, and the residue
lin one and two years, in equal instalments,
; the whole credit payments to bear interest
■ f r * ,n * the day of sn lo and to be secured by the
j b<*ml* of tbo purchaser with security to be
approved by the Trustee.
H|*on the Payment of the whole of the
|.-<iirciiave money, the 'I ruati-e is authori/ed to
convey all the right, title and interest of the
parties to said decree in said real estate to the
jmicbascr or pun baser*.
B. G. HAKIMS.
Trusti**.
April r>tb, 18G2.—ts.
AM TIFJCA TION NO TU 'K.
Ann Howard \ In the Circuit CourJ *
vs - z fr St. Mary’s county, !
W dliam F. Perry. ) sitting in equity.
OIU>KKKI>, that the bale made and rc- j
ported by George C. Morgan, trustee '
lor the sale of the real estate of Willi tin F ,
Perry, Lc ratified and confirmed, unless |
cause to the contrary be shown on or be- ■
fore the 16lh day of June, 1802, provided J
a copy of (hi* order be inserted in the St.
Mary 1 s Beacon., once in each of three suc
ecssive week* iiefurc the >aid Kith day of
June, 186*2.
The report states the amount of sales to
be $:J000.
JAMES T. BLAKISTONK.
(Tlerk.
March 27th, 1862.
April 3rd, 186*2—3w.
NOTICE.
John J. Altaian A IntheCir-
V 9. k euit Court for
Sarah A. Crane and others) Saint Mary’s
county, sitting in eijuity.
fBIHK object of this suit is to prornre a '
; JL decree for the sale of certain real
| estate mentioned in the hill filed ju this
case.
The Bill states, that James Edward
Crane died some time iu the year 1801,
leaving certain real estate mentioned in
said Bill, aud also personal property, aud
I that letter* of administration thereon hud
jln-cu granted to William Walts, of Saint j
Mary's county, aud that the said personal .
property is insufficient to pay the- debts j
due and ow ing by the said James K Crane
at the time of his death, that the said
James E. Crane left as his heirs at law,
William S. Crane aud Janie* P. Crane,
his children, and his widow, Surah A.
Crane, of whom the said James P. Crane
reside* out of the State of Maryland.
The bill prays for a sale of the seid real
estate or so much thereof as may lie neces
sary to pay such insufficiency of debts as j
may be owing his creditors, after exhaust- 1
j ing the personal assets of said James E.
Crane, in the hands of his administrator.
It is (hereupon adjudged and ordered by
the Clerk of the Circuit Court fer Saint
MaryV sitting in equity, that the
complainant, by causing a copy of this or
der to be inserted in the Bt. Mary’s Bea
con, published at Leonard Town, Md , )
once in each of three successive weeks he- j
fore-the sixteenth day of June, 18(32, give ,
notice to the said Jasnc-s P. Crane, who is
an absent defendant, of the object and sub
stance of thi:* bill, and warn him to appear
iu this Court, in person or by solicitor, on j
or before the said 16th day of June, 18t2, ,
to answer the premises and show .jaase, it
any he has, why a decree ought nut to ;
puss as praye I.
JAMES T- BLAKISTONE.
Clerk.
March 271 h, 1862.
April 3rd, 18G2 —3w.
NOTICE.
A I.L persons are hereby forewarned from ‘
.iV nego(taring, pun-haring, t having any
thing t. do with a promissory NOTE, drown
by 11. M. ABELL in favor of G. L. Wise for
the sum of twenty-five dollar?, dsitid in Au
gust or SejrtTinl* r, 1861. Suid in>t was
placed iu tli'ii hand* of W. G. Mi!i-r h r safe .
keeping, and has bet-n lost or mb-placed.
GEO no EX. WISH, t
Feb. 3l)i h, 18G2 •
March 141 th, 18C2—iw.
YBWIAMBLET6IMI
WAS aired by “Vermont Hamhlcto- (
nian, w (belonging to Messrs. No-
Wee, of \ cnnont.) his dam by Marshall '
A ictory, g d. by HaswolT* Eclipse. ho by
J-ong’s American Kclipv. he by OW j
Kcitpse (llie three last thorough 8/W) —
’ er *iont flautbletonian was sired by North- 1
era IlambleUnian (belonging to Mr. Ifwr-'
y eriuonl,) his dm by Comet by |
Bishop Harobletonian. got by importetl
* h'.ntrufffr. Northern II amhletonian was j
alo sired by Bishop’* Haiubictonian by iin- |
ported Messenger.
It will thus i*e seen that Vermont Hum - .
j o*** !; ire of Young Hambletonian)
.* mure Miu nger WW tfvtn any Stull ion !
\“ ,0 3’ and all the Messengers and IL.m
--• etonirms are gr. at trotters. The Eclipse
W<kwl in ‘ Young nambletonian” should
give him power and lasting qualities.
Jlc will only be let to a limited number
of marcs.
He will stand at my Farm in Medley’s
Neek on Mondays;
At Leonard Town on Tuesdays;
At Cbsptieo on Thursdays and the Fac
tory on Saturdays.
| reason will commence on tlie lt i
| Tuesday in April and end on the Ist Sat
(urday in July.
j Terms in the season, out
! Insuiauee, £2(t.
. .. „ J- IL MADDOX.
Aprd 3rd, 1862—tcs.
bMcklwl~
WILL stand for service this Spring—
On Mondays and Tuesdays of;
every week at J. F. Fenwick’s stables, j
Leonard Town;
On AV ednesdays and Thursdays of every
week at the Great Mills; j
On 1’ rid ays and Saturdays of every week ,
at St. 1 uigoes and the Ridge;
Commencing on the Ist of April and i
ending the l*t of July.
Terms. £1(1, to be paid within the sca
fon. or sin if not paid in the season.
Insurance, §2O, to be paid as soon as
the mare proves to be in fjal.
Jo those * who wish to improve their
stock of horses, cither for the turf, saddle
or harness, Black Hawk is highly recom
mended, as coming from a family ot horses
of fine si/.o and stylo and remarkable fur ’
docility, wiih great life and action. Croat 1
care will he taken but no responsibility for
accident or escape.
Pedigree. Black Hawk was bred by
Mr. Abraham Kriso, in Adams county.
Pa., and will be eight years old this
I Spring. He is of a rich black color and
stands full sixteen hands in height. lie
■ was sired by Goliali grand-sire the Amer
i Scan Eclipsy, which stock is well known in
I America. Black Hawk's dam was got by
I Foxliunter, grand-da in by Potomac, who ,
; bred by Col. Thomas iStepinson in 1
| Bourbon county, Ky . who was sired by j
: Old Pofonioc, of V;. F deem it unnecessary :
j to (race bis stock further, as he will repre
sent himself to all competent judges.
JOHN K. HOLMES,
Leonard Town, Md.
April 3th, 1802—tcs.
BEK BELT.
BEN BOLT is an iron grey, sixteen i
hands high, of easy carriage and of
great muscular power, is very docile, is a
fast trotter, performs well under the sad
dle and also in double and single harness.
Ho is nine years old this Spring, is a sure
foal getter and has made several successful
stands in Charles county, where bis colts
are in the greatest demand.
Ben Bolt was sired by Register, his dam
a fine Emigrant mare out of Lady Clifton,
one of the best saddle mares ever raised
in bis county.
He will stand the ensuing season, com
mencing the Ist of April, at the following
places on the days named bi-low :
At Sassafras A Oak on Mondays;
At lconard Town on Tuesdays;
At Great Mills on AVedncsJays and
I Thursday**;
At thu Head of the Bay on Fridays;
At George 11. Morgan's store on Satur
days.
He will be let to mares at the following
rates : £lO, to be discharged by £O, if
paid in the season. £lO iiisuruaec. 0U
cents in each case to the groom Season
to end the Ist of July.
GEORGE A. SIMMS.
April 3rd, 18(52—tea,
—*—-- - - - - -
A. TUEUO. J. a. MOUUAN.
trego & iMOrgan,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AX l)
WHOLESALE IX ‘
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
HAVE removed to No. 22 Co mourn
*tre<t, one door from Pratt street,
where they solicit a continuance of the for
mer patrons of their Old Stand and the
community in general. Their attention t
will be given to the inspection of all To
hacco, to the sale of all Produce consigned
to their care, and to the purchasing of all
goods on coni mission.
April 3rd, 18(52—1y.
THOMAS I. HALL, A C No. 143 AV Pratt
tOBKKT >BLKLA.\D, V } Street, (opposite I
F. WATERS HALL. ) ( Maltby House), j
BALTIM O 11 E .
tiigmasThaliaco.,
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
For tie s.le of TOBACCO. UKAIX and
all kinds of FARM PRODUCE. Plaster,
Clovorsced, Groceries, Ac., purchased on
commission.
March 20th, 18(52 6m.
I
r Tim SUE
OF
| UIUIUpiIES.
BY virtue of authority vested in me. I trill
w-ll as Irma re to Thomas 11. V*fmt4 h
I the village of Chaptioo,
j SATURDAY, 26th of April
next,

. between Use hour* of 10 awl 12 n’cbrk, (he
■ personal pr- petty of said Thomas H. Payne,
consisting of a negro woman aged about 18
1 named
LUCINDA
and child; also a negro girl named
ROSE,
aged about IS. .
Terms of Sale cash. •
DANIEL J. PAYNE.
Trustee.
March 27 th, 1863—ts
in HOTICL
4 LL persons indebted to me for Iho year
*■ 1861 f**r Slate and CtAmty Taxes will
pbwie come forward and settle the same hy
the Iftih 4f April nest. If not, I shall pro
ceed to collect them according to law.
C. 8. THOMPSON,
(kdleotor 41h Dis.
March 27th, 1862—td
OVERSEERWANTED.
i fIpHE undersign de>ir<- to cmpl<v. imrr.odi
-1 I alely, a GOOD OVERSEER for his
i farm in Medley's Neck. Addles*—
JO FI. MADDOX,
Leonard Town I* O
j March 27th, 1862—tf
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICK is henliy given that ihe subscriber
Iks obtained from die Orphans Court for
Saint Mary’s comity, ni Maryland, Iriteis ot
dminislintion, on liiepersonnl estate of diaries
K. Gougli, cc of said co., deceased. All per
non.i having claims against the said deceased,
are hereby warned to exhibit t!ie same, with
ihe proper vouches ihereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the Ist of October, 1862, otherwise
( they may excluded !.y law from nil benefit of
i l * !e s;l *d e.sinte. Given under my hands this
271 h day of March, Ibfi’J.
MARTHA E. COUGH,
. Administratrix.
Mnrcli 27ih, 1862—4 w.
MOTIVE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE is hereby given that the snl.seri
beis have obtained from the Orphans’
Com t o'St. Mary’s county in Maryland, let
ters ii| mlininisirnlioii on the [personal estate
■ i*f Perry Co.nbs, bttejnf said county, de
censed. All persons having claims against the
j said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the
same wiih tiie proper vouches thereof, to ihe
| subscribers on nr before the Ist of October,
1 IHJ2, otherwise they may be excluded by
law from all benefit of the said estate. Given
under our hands this 27th dsy of March,
1862.
HARRIET P. COMBS,
G. M. BOHAN AN.
Administrator*.
March 27th, 1362—4 w.
ELMSK oak” lmke
WANTED.
2000 cords IiLAf ’ K OAK HARK want
<-d, f'r which the highest market
price will l>e pail. I’n-w-nt piict* £9 per
cord fur a prime article. Apidv to
JOHN 11. IIKALI), & Co.,
cor. of North and Madison U.,
or at
Clic:pcake Mills, near the Draw Bridge,
Baltimore, Md.
March 20th, 1862—2 m.
A gentleman to teach Primary School
No. 23. in (’haptic:* District, f*r the
present year, 1862, is wantt d. It is desirable
that lie should he quahtieii to bach Lttin,
Greek. French and all the ordinary branches
ut an English cdiicaiimi. Ib-commcndations
as to snorai standing will also lo reejnin-d.
Ad-lr*ss. Board >f Trustcr-s of Primary
Srh.ml No. 23, Milestown iVst Office.
March 20th, 1862—4 t.
NEW COOPS.
WK are now mreiving our supplies of
DOMESTICS FUR SERVANTS’
WEAR,
coioiding of
BLUE DENIMS,
BLUE PEA IDS.
OSNABI’KGS,
3-L T-8 and 4-4 CROWN t’O'ITt).NS. &c. f
which vo idler to oik cii.-loiners very low.
SIMMS & BROiIIER,
March 13th, 1862.
noun, uu it n.
GROCERS
COMMISSION ffiERCHIITJ,
Ao. 143 Pratt stmt, 3c( door
Beri of Light, opposite the Maltiy House.
IMPORTERS OF
FOREIGN LIQLORS, WINKS,
BRANDIES, Gi.N, Arc.
A large and select Dock of
.OLD RYE AND BOI'KBuN WHISKEY
always oi. hand.
March 13th, 1862—1 y.
CO LLECTORS NOTICE.
PERSONS owing me Taxca for
I Sol) are requcatcJ to pay before <*r
uuring Court. Those failing, will have
their property advertised.
JOHN C. COMBS,
Collector.
March Cth, IS(S2 —tf.
I
CLAUDE MELNOTTL !
spills UndsmiM and thomigh-bml STAL- !
I 9 LION will commence Ids stand for tlic :
! year *m MONDAY* die 2ml Jav of j
Apr I nest, lie b> a brisl.l lay, lwe.l by Mr. |
1 L*ng. owner V&wtmi, was s*l by Ibeldu mil j
of Shinier hv IndiHtry. Laiiaa Semmea. hv I
: Tl.oratmiV Butler. On*pjier, by Ogle** I
(Near, Grey Dkmni—llall’t Unkm. TxuiJ- ‘
da*, fcwp. Olhclh., imp, (*-org** Juniper.'
impt. Morton * Traveller, out of imp*. Sclima
ly the Gtubdpldn Arabia *.
From the above pedigree, it will l *een, t
that Claude Melnotlu combine* more of the |
Sir Archy U<*d in hi* vein* than any hor.*e j
ww living. leing ib-sceudoil. through his sire
ILe>ion ami gram) sire TumdiTO.dirrrtJy frm {
j Sir Archy, and through Industry, sire ofShtr- j
der. ami *m* **f tlie hr*t *nt* ard Sir Archy,
again tliWMgh 13M>rnb*n** lUth-r. Ithe sire of
Latisa Semitic*), another distiuguuhcvi of
Sir Arrhy.
By hi* g. p. dam Daisy Cropper, through
her wre Grey Di*med. l.e it descended fmm
impt. M'tlley.all hi* family beingdblingui*h
cs? fr game and stontnes*.
(Sarnie McliHitle n the sire of Cul. Bowie’s)
fine colt, Ike Marvel, which ran in the Full of j
*SO I*4h at Ixsnard Town and in •Virginia '
with success
Tcmis. For l*b<*ded mares. £2O. to l*edis- i
by Slo- if paid in the season. Kofi
rntnnum marcs. £l2, to l*e rilschargcfl hy £B, •
if paid in flic *t*as4i. tiruotu fie, 50 cent*. :
For fnrfher parlictdar*. see baud-bill*, to lie |
publiahctl i*ercaft(*r.
J AS. R. THOMPSON.
March ! 3th. 1862—les.
WOOD! WOOD!! IVOODmj
THE undersigned will give the
HIGHEST MARKET-PRICE
! for .
i I
2000 to 3000 Coinlm of^ood
i M*nM)ii<’ti Wood.
to be delivered in Washington t^ity.
_ it & By corresponding with us, *.vo can
; give assurance* of rueh f u-ilities to assist
i vessels io passing the Lhxknde as will 1
• likely prove sntisfaetary. It will be uc- J
; ccssary in wiling to us t,o give the uautc
of vessel.
A. k T. A. RICHARDS,
Washington, D. C.
March 13th, 18(52—41.
I ADAMS A DAVIDSON.
! GROCERS
AND
COMMISSION
ME ii CHANTS,
\o. 7 Com metre street,
Baltimore, Md.
A LARGE supply of FAMILY GROCE
RIES constantly or. hand at lowest
market prises.
Sales of TOBACCO. GRAIN. Ac., strictly |
albixletl to and prompt returns made,
j Jan. loth, 186i—6m.
I W A RGB WHOLESALE AND
H A RETAIL STOCK OK
! FALL A ST) WINTER PHY GOODS,
FOR CASH ONLY.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO.,
Nos. 11K>, 201 at*d 203 Haiti more street,
BALTIMORE,
Have now in store, and arc constantly
adding thereto, a largo and varied stock of i
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
embracing articles from Ihe lowest to the
highest price, io every department of the
trade.
Would rail particular attention to their
stock of Goods for farmers and planters' j
use, such as 3-4 and (5-4 Fulled Cloth;
Penitentiary Plaid Linscys and Cottons;
Servants’ Blanked*; heavy Bleached and
Brown Cottons; Osnahnrgs; Canton and !
Wool Flannels, and indeed every thing re
quired hy an individual, family, or for ser
vants’ use.
IMPORTING AND PURCHASING
“on the most advantageous terms,” and
SELLING FOP CASH ONL V,
nr
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
we arc enabled to mark our gtssls at such
; prices as will make il the interest of all to
I deal with us. An examination of our
stf*ek by persons vi*<itiug Baltimore to make
1 purchases is invited.
Sept. l!)th, ISO I—Cw.
THRESHING MA CHINES.
■ have for sale the Veli<m TVijJe Geared
■ Horse Pmrtr and W. W. Din gee *V Co’s
Iron Thresher, with fierolrimj Sitßic Canter.
The machine i* warranted to render Kaliafac
tiou to all purehas-rs. ’1 lie price of 8 li*r- !
|n>wcr % Bo inch 'l'hn-shor and Slraw-l'airier. i
delivered at any wharf iu St, Mary’s uouuly,
5 s £lB5,
Farmer* are invited to rail at my Stoic in
Leonard Town and examine t bis Thresher.
I. LEU. SPALDING. f
June 38th, IB6o—tf. J
NOTICE. *
Tiie undersigned Ueg.s leave to iulormehU ;
friend* and the I‘ublic, (hat he is still at
the OLD SIAN I), in fjconard Town, carrying
-*n BLACKSMiTIDKG, GUN. L< H’K
SMITIJING, SHEET IRON AND STOVE ;
\\URK—in short, iron work of all descrip- i
lions, such a.- repairing CARRIAGES, BUG
GIES. ROCK A WAYS. CARTS, WAGONS.
HORSE SHOEING. FARM WORK of all
kind-: also REAI EW’S. THRASHERS and
DRILLS. With Ids ••x|M*ru-ace ol 11 years in
a M;.*hine Simp, in* lli.it he caii <!n any
k:nd ol Black.-milh UmL frum a kucedlt- to an
anchor, and *n reasonahle term*. New W
.ns and CLtrts built cheaper than can )•*- ihm
at any other shop in this place. HORSES
j SiIUED at the sherlPst notice.
JAMES A. M’CATHRAN,
Blacksmith.
Jai l at} 21,1800 —tf.
FOR CONST*RLE.
J. EDWIN ABELL imnouuces hmiMlfa* *
cat (iidale tor Cnntiaiilr in Leonard Town Du
tnc si ihe el—lion in 1863 nd a*ks the up
‘ |Kn uf hi* friend* and (edaw-ciUzen*.
Nor 2ath, le6i
• i
BVJL DER'S
MATERIALS
■lb.
Tlic undersigned would respectfully rail th
attention of tin in their lar**r iioort
mmt of DU OHS, Rt.LVPS. SAS/7, POOH
f HAMA'S. UIXPOW FRANKS, IMS//.
toOARDS, CAS IS 08, MOCLDISCS, HAS
TLES, and every desert pi in* of House Build
iaje imtrril, wlikh llwy liavr cnnMauliv on
hand., and which they can furnish at the abort
♦•ml notice.
They are also prepared to furnish at the
abort cat notice K'liA Jl E WO 1114 for
fVuinlrjr Houses. Collages, ami suhurhan
Heaidriices. according to any plan or design,
all ready fitted to he put up on their propoe
l iiin>.
Farmers and other*, dost roll* of Building
in tl* country, would find it to their ad van lag*
hy giving us a call Wf.rc purchasing else
where. as we arc fully prejtared to execute
work mm the most reasonable terma. And Iho
advantage*, whieh we offer i* preparing alt
, the materials that may he necessary in con
structing a holier, will he round to* save lh*
I’milder a great deal of vexatious delay and
expense.
Ut*f AH orders left at their office or ad
dressed to then hy mail will meet with
promp and satisfactory attention.
malcjiiun a Johnson,
Straw Plaining Hill and Su*h Factory.
l-last Kalla A venue, near Pratt Street Bridge
Warehouse No. f. 6, Pratt sires*!.
Next door to Penn & Mitchell, Bait. Md.
April 10th, 1800 —ly.
*
CHAIR AND FURNITURE
ESTABLISHMENT.
\y E. ANDERSON. AV. IU & |
’ " a Steroid St re ft helve cm Frederick Sire
and Marsh Market Sj.ate, Hal, iwort.
Having Hie largest Ware rooms and best
assortment ol Cabinet Furniture in the city,
is prepared to sellevcry article in hisiine upon
the most liberal and accommodating terms.
Having had a long experience in this line of
business, he flatters himsellthal he can com
pete, as to excellence ol ir.Merial. beauty of
workmanship and range ol prices, with any
establishment ol the sort in this or any other
city. 11 is gearral slock embraces a lull and
complete assortment ol Parlor Chairs, Sofa*,
Rucking Chair*, Spring Lonnies, Chamber
Sui's, Par room, Office and Dining Chairs,
French 'Tde a- Tefes, Settees, Arm Chair> ,
Malt rases. Cooling Classes, de., of every va
riety and description, lie has also on hand
Bedsteads of his own manufacture, which
can be put up and taken down in two min
utes. Persons from St. Mary’s, wishing to
purchase Furniture, are requested to call and
examine his Stock before buying elsew here
I P. sure to find the right place Nos. |B& 12
Second .Street—Warehouse with 80 lee
Iront and S large Folding doors.
August lilt) 1 • V.)—ly.
DENTISTRY.
PERSONS needing theservi.es of a fiisl
r*to Dentist will d.. well li emnlow i)r,
| I. RANDOLPH WALTON, who i.
lend* !o aling hinisell in the village of |<eoa
■rd I own. (Irders addressed i< ( hint through
the laniard Town P.t Office will receive
prompt attention. Ills terms are cash. I>r.
allot' has Inn! Con*ldrrerullo <*x j*erience in
bis profession, is wmlcratc in his charges, and*
I has invaiiahly given satisfaction to those who
bare employed him. To give the readers of
tie* Beacon some idea of the standing of |)r,
W. as a PRACTICAL DENTIST, the fol
lowing letter, addressed to him l.y Dr. Niniau
i Pinkney, U. S. N., i appended :
t*. S Nava!. AcADFMr,
A Nnai*ui.is, Maryland.
April 21, 1 Hbh.
DkakSik:—lt gives me gieu plurr to
e:.prew ihu confidence I have in your skill as
a Dentist, ami to iveonirnend you, as far as I
have influence, to the patronage of tha Pu’dir.
I have had an opportunity of uittessing your
mode of operation, aiit: have no hesitation in
affirming that it exhibits your thorough knowl
edge of yon profession.
J am, sir. very res)tcr|f u l)y
your olx-dient servant.
KIN IAN PINKNKV,
Surgeon f, S. N.
Dr. RAMwi.rn Wai.tox, Annapolis.
Aprd 4th, 1861— tl.
' * - '* - LLli
LUMBKit f
SHINGLES!!
FLORIN(•, AC.
IVR invite the attention ~f .ur fii. nds an
TT ••". generally, in St. Mary's su
! adjoining counties ♦. mir extensive as*>rtinen
j il seasoned /’ CI\DISC MA I'KILIAt.s.
All parties contemplating the erection
i Mvellip. •. Harncv K.O , will find it greatly
, Heir advantage to give us a call, as we can
; ®el! at lowest rates lor ea*b or Negotiable pail
' i*er.
| Doors, Frames, Sash, Ac., furnished at
Mill price*.
Orders filled for Bricks, I.in.c, Hair, Kails,
Ac.
N. IVliailagccharge) >m Vessels receiving
; Lumlwr fr.nn onr Yard.
. CAiWON. ZIMMERMAN, k CO.,
West side Lnioii I***,
i „ , Norfolk Boat Akrf
March 21) v . 18C0—tf.
NOTICE.
ALL jHpisona indetacd to me f**r tas?s ftr
this year * ill piea* *me lorward and
x ttle the *Arwc I*, me, or C*pt. J, J. AlUta i
in thirty days. If not stith-d in thirty dnv
fr-m* date, 1 shall lie compelled through **-
cessily to Collect hy law.
GKO. M. BOH-AXAX,
Gol of 2nd, that.
Nov. 21t. 18C1—if.
| JAMES S. DOWNS,
ATTORNEY * COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
L&mard fotcu, Si. JJarg'* C0.,J4d.,
W.ll practice in hi. Mary ’.mdiLtaJiniiiiag
counties.
Feb /l oth 18W.
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