Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon, February 14, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of St. Mary's Beacon dated February 14, 1861 Page 4
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BUSINESS XOTICE. ALL persons indebted to me on Tavern ac count will come forward xmi settle die •aoie without delay *■ I wish all claims d >* me closed forthwith. 1 intend hereafter lo do an exclusive CASH husnies* and am determined to {five no credit for SATING, DRINKING •r HORSE FEED from the Ist of January )b€l. J. \¥. J. MOOSE, Proprietor, Washington Hotel. January 3rd, 1861—if. “FOR SALE. A pair of FINK YOUNG GEAR HORNES will b<; sold luw, if immedi ate application is m* le to JOHN L. HERR, Hill View. MJ. October 18th, ]B(’.—tf. GKO. A. SIMMS. JO. 11. MADT‘ X MW MIL & WIJITES SCOBS. WE have jn.t rf turned from Ihiltimore city with a large and well-selected STOCK OF FA L L and WIN TK R GOODS, to the inspection of which we in- 1 vile our friends and the public. Our stock of— BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Is superior, both in quantity and quality, to any heretofore offered in this market.— Oar stock also embrace* a large assort ment of— LADIES' DRESS GOODS , of every style and quality;— Rrmly-madc Clothing, CassiiuJfs, Cassimerrs and Fine n.4h*: C-4 Full Cloth; 3-4 do; l- 4 Kirrwt/s; 3-4 do; 5-4 strip* d and jJaid Li nsrys; o-4 Linsnjs, and 3-4 Slurps Gray. Our stock of GROCERIES is large and embraces a large supply of— Baton, hud, Bnltrr, Flour, Che me, Fish, Fnsh Burk-wheat Flour, i dr. I We have also on hand a large assortment i of FIXE LIQUORS, including—- HV/ies, Braudir* and W hiskrys, of the most approved brands. Our whole stock of goods having been pur chased for cash, we flatter ourselves that wc are able to offer superior indueemeuts to buyers, both as lo price and terms. SIMMS & MADDOX. Nov. Bth, 1800—tf. VALUABLE ; MANUFACTCRIXG PROPERTY \ SAILJSa j THE valuable property, known as CLIF •VOXJ VACTOUV 0r..1 GRIST MIL!, (water power), situated on the Head Waters ! of St, Mary’s river in Saint Mary’s county. I Md., and embracing about throe hundred ai'd ! fifty acres of land, is offered at Private Sale. I Thia property has on it a STOUR HOUSE, which is a good aland for business, HOTEL, j DWELLINGS, Workshops. Arc. The pro- ! nerty will be sold on accommodating terms. Fur further particulars, apply to. THOMAS W. GOUGH, JO. FORREST, Leonard Town P. 0. Nev. l.Mh. 18G0—cf, *■-' 1 > LJ 11 - - MILLIXERY AXD FANCY GOODS. f FHIR undersigned takes this method of in- ; forming her old customers and the public, | generally, that she will open in Leonard | Town, on Thursday next, December 6th, a complete assortment .-of MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS of tlrp most fashionable st3 - les, all of which shq will self on the most accummoiliiting terms. MRS.^CASSIDY. Nov. 291 h, 1800 —if. PATUXENT RIVER LAND F O R SAL E. ¥F not sold at private sale leforc SAT -■ I'RDAY, Octolier the 20th, 1800, I will offer at public sale, in the village of CH AR LOTTK II ALL, on that day, the FARM on which i now reside. Thin Farm is situated on the Patuxent River, adjoining the lands of Mrs. E. L. Thomas and Maj. James Collins, and con tain# - ' *• ONE THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND. Persons wishing to purchase land of sujk*- rior quality, where good heaßh* And all the delicacies of the waiter’*aßf''to M T>e had, are requested to call and examine the premises. Steamers, Ur and from Baltimore, pass this • land every day. This Farm wjl|. be, divided ' aid sold iu three parts' Tertna made known on application to the undersigned, and possession will be given on !•# first day of January, 18G1. * W. J.'CARTWRIGHT, ; Gl jrrlotte Hall. P. 0., Haiut Mary’s County, Md. August SOIL, 1860—tf. .... NOTICE. THE undersigned wish lo inform the people of Sami Mary’s and adjourn ing Uiat they have just completed \ FIRST CLASS RAILWAY, and are prepared to haul out vessels of any size, mod. will REPAIR, CAULK, Ac., on the most reasonable terms. Prompt attention to all w6rki and quick dispatch will I e given in all eases. The Railway is rituattd about a quarter of a mile from Leonard T wn on a line oyster orcek, where we wi 1 also build SCOWS, BOATS, or VE3SILS, if required, on the lowest terms HARRIS, NORRIS A FOXWEI L. July 10th 186U—tf. cm. up. ihe. ; HAVER, HE GRACE MD.. The Undersigned >i.v me increased theirCsp . :al and B isiuess Facilities, have this nay 1 r ormed n Co-partners hit* under the name nnd •tyleof SIMMONS, BRISCOE tk HILLES, ; for the continuation of the ConJ, Lumber and Lime trade, heretofore conducted by Brhicoe, ; Hides Co.anJ Simnunu <fc Hilles. We have j constantly uu hand for laleand inimt-fhatealup i men'i, every variety of Coal and Lumber. Coals, Baltimore CoTreverton, Pitt*lt>n, jSunbury, Locust Mount. Lumber, White Pine, White and Yellow Pine Flooring, Siding, j Pickets, Laths, Cypress Shingles, best North Carolina. Culling* and Selects, Hemlock and White Pine Fencing Joists, Studding Bill Stuff cut to urdea, WRTGHTSVILLE HUGNISIiN STORE LIME. ; the best and cheapest that is used for agrirullu i ral purposes. Quick rnd Slacked, either with ior without Magnesia. (One bushel of Clun k will alack two ami a-hnT bushels.) We have every variety of STONE LIME, one variety . containing no ABUNDANCE of MAG.N’E ; SI A for ANY SOIL that may require it, and the ther varieties contain a sufficient quantity, of lime. Our Lime Bouts go io all the B.cces saltle paints on the Ch-f.*npeake Bay, aid its ; tributaries, we are therefore enabled to offer lo 1 the Farmers and Dealers in Maryland and Vir ginia, g - eater facilities than they have ever bad in purchasing the above articles. Thankful for the very liberal patronage we have hereto fore received, most respectfully solicit a contin uation of l lie same. SIMMONS, BRISCOE *V HILLER. HAVRE. DE GRACE, .MD. March 16. 1860 !y ~~ FIRE INSURANCE. INSURANCE on nil descriptions of County Properly can beeherted in any of the fol- ( •owing Fii bl-C’lass Coiiipsuiics, with- ; out the delay of consulting the home oflic upon application to the undersigned. JOHN A. CAMALIER, Leonard Town, J Id. March 10th. 1859 ly. Companies. Capital and surplus eenrity Insurance C0.,0f N. York, £2<>7.9o(i . j Phcnix, “ 14 “ 292.000 j I Resolute “ “ “ 217.000 ! I New World “ “ “ 24 5.000,' ! Muiitauk “ “ 200.001 J Charter Oak of Hart lord. Comieetk tit .542.000 Insurance Co., of the Valley ol Va., 351.(W0 | Albemarle of Virginia, 200.000 i Lynchburg “ 200.00; i Northern Assuranc Co . London, 2,194,111 M A KINE 1H I*A UTM KST. Mercantile Mutual of New York, 1.014.150 Lynchburg of Virginia, 200,000 Charter Oak of Harford, Connecticut. 342.000 itr ti io above Companies arc all licensed i by the Coiuptrollcr. Thomas D. Johnson is Agent for 1 the State of Maryland, No. 73, Second street Baltimore. l i-sps promptly adjusted ami paid, j , March 10th, 1859—1 y. FOR SHERIFF. j j JOHN H. DUCK -Ell is recommends I | ■ to the voters of this county as a candidate for i I Sheriff in 15(>l. Chiri.otte Hill District. I Nov 10th, 1859 THOM AS L. DA VfS isrerommended lo the voters of litis county as'a candidate fur the Sheriffalty ia lßlil. Ini joes' District. Nov |oh . 1 859 NEW GOODS. ELKO SPALDING has just rocevod one j • of the best selected stocks of GOODS ! he has ever had, which he uffere for sale very i low. Me would call particular attention to his ! ; stock of— Ladies’ Dress Goods, . White Goods, Linen Cambric and *Rk P-x.'ket Handkerchiefs, Ladies’ and Gents Kid and Lisle ’Thread Gloves ( Ladies Mantles and Feints, Cloths, Chus-imere Silk Vestings. See. April 2tJth, 18C0— ly. J. H. LUCKETT, Stock, Note, Bill, Axn Real Estate Broker, 81 Second Street, BALTIMORE. Refebesch*. P. Gibson, CaJiicr Bank of Balt. Ballimcre. C. R. Coleman, C’ash. Mechanics’ Bank, J. M. Buck, Cash. Franklin Bank, Thomas J. Carson, ibinker, Tlmnias D. Johnston, J. C. Adams, Warwick, Erick A' Ball, R. Mickle, Cash. Union Bank of Maryland Hall. B, A. Vickers, Pres. Marine Bank, Johnston Bro. Sc Co., Bankers, Josiah Leo &. Co., Hngli Jen kins A Co. Young A Carson, \Vm. Pinkney Br.oke, Washington, D. C. May 2-Uh, ISGo—tf. NE IE FAht'AXD WINTER GOODS. . > _____ GMIE umlcrsigned has just returned from the i A City with the largest, ana best selected stock ! 1 of FALL,and WIN TER GOODS ever offered ; to thecitisens ofSt. Mary’s County, consisting, j hi part, of veryitaperwr quality of Heavy Goods for Servants’ tioiluug, at the most modenue prices—also Boot* arid Shoes of the most sub stantial make, and best material. Besides Cloths, Caasiraeres, vestings and all kinds of fine dress j Goods, lor Ladies and Gentlemen—a carefully 1 selected, and well assorted slock of ready made i ! clothing*manufactured expressly to order, aid a ■ variety of articles ofalmost eveiy kind no where else to lie found in the county. He respectfully so -1 keits a call from those desiring lo purchase, feel ■ ing assured that his thorough acquaintance with the business, resulting from a long residence in : the city, wdl enable him to offer such induce- 1 merits as will defy com petition. E. H. JONES, Clifton Factory, | Septembej 27th 1 —ly. -VO77CE TO CREDITORS. ORDERED that William C. Love, an in solvent Petitioner, be and appear before the Circuit Court for Saint Mary’s county on the third Monday of March nexr, to answer * such Interrogatories or allegations, as may be VTO| cumltd to him by his creditors. JAMES r. BLAKISTONE, Cleric. Dec. eo:k, ISCO—Sm| | ISAAC -lACKxOV. CHAS. DISOKB. HARMONY GROVE NURSERIES, ISAAC JACKSON A CO., Proprietor*. (Successors to TlfOS. M. IIARVEY,) JennervtlU, Chester Cou.aty, Pa. '' To the Farmer* ami Planters of Bt. Mary’s ' and adjuiunig counttei. | -niHE subscribers beg leave to call attention I X to their large stock for the Fall tr.ule. ’ Apples; Pears, stardard and dwrj , f;Chernea; ; ' Pea'he*; Plums; Apricots; Neclannea, all ae lerieU ai.d choice varieties. Our small fruit derailment comnnses every thing in its class. | Simwherry, one hundred varieties; Grapes, fifty varieties-. Currant, Raspberry, Gooseberry, 1 Rhubarb or Pie Plant, Asparagus, ji Our stock of ORNAMENTAL TREES is very heavy, and comprises a!l the common and most of the new, both evergreen ai d diciduousl Roses, D-ihlta.s aud bedding plants of every de, script ion. Osage Orange for hedging. This p!a.nt is destined soon to supercede .til others for this purpose, being hardy, a rapid grower. Us strong thorns offering an impassible barrier to al! kinds of slock Our stock is healthy and well grown, and our prices will be found as low as any other establishment. Orders solicited. I Address ISAAC JACKSON * CO., Jennerville, Chester Co., Pa r P. S. Catalogues furnished on application. Reference—Francis J. Stone, Bloomsbury; J. Edwin Coad, Locust Grove, St. Mary’ county* ) Ackxt.—G. Fred. Maddox:, who if ! agent for this camp my, will attend to al. anb*r left with him. j Spt. 13th, 1860—if. QUICK. QUICK KENNEDY’S SCHUYLKILL LIME, SO well known in Pennsylvania, Delaware New Jersey and the Nttrtiiem and Eastern portion of this Slate, as being sujicnor to any j other for a>frinillnral improcement, is for the j lirM time placed within the reach of the farra e sand planters of St. Mary's aid adjoining j counties, through the agency of the undersign : ed, who it- prepared to sell on ao: m om modal ivg terms any quantity of Quick f.imc, de!ivernb ; e as per agreement on the shores of any of the 1 rivers or bays in said counties. Orders s*>licit— j c ‘ l - JXO. A. CAMALIF.R, Agent. Leonard Town, Md„ March 3rd. 1859 —3m The following analysis re.-omnit mis this lime ns possessing properties (far superior to any ' other) ilecessmy l he applied to the hinds in this I section, wSm it are kn <wn to bt uelulent in both ! me and magnesia : Laboratory of State Chemist, } ><. 29 Exchange Buildings, > Raliiiuu.r, Aid., June.Jth, 1857. ) lleportnf analysis m 5 samples of Sclmylki I Limestone, inarkcU respectively .No i (while , No I (Glue), No “J (Waite), No 2 (blue), No 3 (top); for John Kennedy, Esq., of Port Kennedy. Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania. The above samples of “Schuylkill Limestone’ were found, upon analysis, to he composed a ol ows . No 1 (w) 1 (b) J (w) 2 (I.) 3 (l) j ('arbon. of Lime. GU 9, (54-7, (i11..7, 5(5.1, 57 I Carbon, of Mag ,3*.2, 34.1, 3S 3. 42.4, 4U.C Sand, Clay* 1r0n,0.9, 1.2, 1.2, 1.5, 2.3 IUO. j The ibove Schuylkill Limestones are Magne sian Limestones, of pretty nearly equal ronipo ‘ sit ion. They are mort especially adapted to the application on soils which are deficient in both Lime and Magnesia. JAMES HIGGINS. LIME AND FEED STORE No. 3 Hollinswortk St- Baltimore. wn. r. non*-./*, (SUCCESSOR TO JOHN H EAN V ) \V IIOI.KSA I.R AND RKTAII- DKALF.RS IN j Lime, Iti'icK*, ll.tir, Omen I. CALCINED PLASTER, Corr, Oats, Corn Meal, Chop-Rye, Mill Feed, &c. Dor, 23rd, 1858—ly. ■ JIP WJBII UKORUF. SI.ATKU. JAMES t. (if.KK.N WFI.I. 1— SLATER Jt GREEN WELL, lIDCSIS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NOS. 10 * 12 COMMERCE ST., BALTIMORE. A large Stock of GROCERIES * LIQUORS always on hand. Merchandise & Produce ought and sold on Commission. May 10th,18ti0 —tf. reuNOEO 1852 ch.vktereb 1854 LOCATED COR. or BALTIMORE & CHARLES Sts. Baetiuore, Md. The Largest, Most Elegantly Fnr.tishtd and Popular Commercial College in the Vnih'd States. Designed Expressly for Young Men . Desiring to obtain a Thorough Practical Busi- I ness Education in tl.e shortest possible time j ami at thgleatft expeilse. * A Large and Beautifully Ornamented Circu- | lai, containing upwards nf Six Square Feet,; with Specimen of Penmanship, and a Large En- j graving (the finest of the kind ever made in this ' country) representing tle Interior View of the j College, with Catalogue stating terms. &c., ! ! will be sent to every Voung Man on application, free of charge. Write immediately and yon will receive the package by return Address E. K. LOSIER, Baltimore ML January 24th, 1661—1 y. B USIXESS NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to me on Tavern ac count will come forward and settle the same without delay ai 1 w ish all claims due me ' closed forthwith. I intend hereafter to do un exclusive CASH business and am. determined . to give no credit for EATING, DRINK ING or HORSE FEED from the Ut of Januu ary, 1861. m JOHN F. FENWICK. Proprietor, Union Hotel. j January 3rd, 1861—l f . ■■■ I■, n ■■■■■ ■ . - 1 LUMBfRJWTICE. BURNS & SLOAN retnm their sincer thank* to the Favnie#* l>r tlietr libera palionage lur the year past Their stock LUMBER is larger than ever ami letter ns- Hortcvi: and we are determined to offer great sndnretnenfa to ra r b buyers. Apply at the corner of Kntaw and German streets, or at 132 i Light street Wharf. BURNS & SLOAN. ; Baltimore, Md Feb. 2nd, 1860- ; ROBERTSON &, BUISCOE, ' SUCCESSORS to R. H. MILBS, I AT SIIS ! OLD STAND, 149, W. PRATT STREET. | BALTIMORE. Respectfully offer their service* for U)6 sale iOUACCO (J ll AIX. and all kinds of PROD Ft ’E, pledg -1 ng their efforts to render satisfaction iO all who may patronise then. Liberal ad vances made on consignments, j March 2'ind. IB6o—tf. NEW LUMBER YARD, Corner of East Fulls and Eas tern Arcane, BALTIMORE, MD. S WILLIS (late of the firm of S. Wtill • & Co.) has commenced the LUMBER BUSINESS on his own account.and is pres pared to furnish L I’M HER in all rarictits fur Budding an*i other purposes. lie will fur nish also— FRAMES, SASH, DOORS, IIRICKS, LIME OR HAIR, rf With many thanks to his former custom ers in St. Mary’s and I lie adjoining counties j he hopes to retain their confidence and re i reive their patronage, and pledges himself to i u-e every effort to ph ase,and willsell cheap . for cash nr approved paper, r Dec 9th, —lv. ' BUILDER’S > MATERIALS - . i ’ The undersigned would respectfully call th j . attention >f the Public to tleir large assort ment of DOORS. ULLYDS, SAS/I, DOOR j - FRAMES. II IS DO IB FRAMES, U’XSII- \ II OA RDS. CASINOS, MO I ’LL IX< iS, M. IX- j TLES, and every lescriplin ui House Build ing materials, which they liave constantly on hand, and which they can fui uish at the short *st notice. They arc also prepared to furnish at the shortest notice l-’IMAIfIE tori C mntry Houses, Cottages, and subui lun Residences, according to any plan or design, , ' all ready fitted to l*e put up on their propus j ed sites. Farmers and others, desirous of building in the country, would l;nd it t<> their advantage by giving us a call before purchasing else where. as we are fully pro pa red to execute work on the most reasonable terms. And the advantages, which we offer in preparing all the materials that may be necessary in con structing a house, will be found to save the J Builder a great- deal of vexatious delay and expense. Jfef' All orders left at their office or ad ! dressed to them by mail will meet with i proiup and satisfactory attention. M A UGH LIN * JOHNSON, Sfcam Plaining Mill on<l So.'ft Factory. East Falls Avenue, near Prait Street Bridge Warehouse N<>. 55, Pratt street, Next door to Penn A* .Mitchell, Bait. Md. April 10th, 18G0 —ly. CHAIR AND FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT. W E. ANDERSON, A os. 10 & 12 . • Second Street he tween Frederick Street and Mur.'s/t Market Sjmre, Baltimore. Having the largest Ware rooms and best assortment ol Cabinet Furniture in the ettv, 1 is prepared to sellevery artielein lusline up.on . the most liberal and accommodating terms.! Having bad a long experience in this line ot business, he flatters himself that he can com- 1 pete, as to excellence ul material, beauty ot 1 workmanship and range ol prices, w th any i establishment of the sort in this or any other city. His general stuck embraces a lull and complete assortment ol Parlor Chairs. Sofas, ' Rocking Chairs, Spring Lounges, Chamber Suits, Bar room. Office and Dining Chairs, ' French Tele o-'Petes, Sellers, Arm Chairs, Hath uses, lamAing Classes, dc., ol every va riety and description. He has also on hand Bedsteads of his own manufacture. which ' can be put up and taken down in two min- ! utes. Persons from Si. Mary’s, wishing to; purchase Furniture, are requested to call and examine his Stock before buying elsewher# i Ba sure to find the right place Nos. 10 &. 12 | Second .Street—Warrhon.-.e with 80 lee i front and 8 large daors. August 11th 1859—1 v. ""JOHN T. CFA I!KH. i Wholesale and Retail Grocey AND tComtnissicm illmljant, ; ||AS moved to the fine and commodious n WAREHOUSE. No. 154 Wegt Pratt St., near light, 1 md begs leave to inform his friends and the 1 , public that he has on hand a large and gen-, era 1 assortment ol GROCERlES,consisting J I in part of- GOVERNMENT,JAVA,LAGUIRA and RIO COFFEE:' REFINED AND DROWN SUGARS.of every grade- GUNPO W DEK,IMPERIAL, A”. H YSON BLACK TEAS. | GOLDEN SATRUP, NEW OK LEANS and W. I. MOLASSES; SPERM. ADAMANTINE and MOULD * CANDLES; 1 FAMILY. EXTRA, SUPERFINE ami BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,&c , Healso invites theespeeiaiattention ofhi friends and customers to his extensive stock of IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Ll- Q.UORS. which liave been selected with the 1 greatest care and cannot tail *u please. Bait.mure, March 4tu, 1559 March l©ih 1859—1 y. [ ■LI-L-L- 1 L.. , ~ .. . AI.HEET TREGO. i. I. NORGARM ' TREGO & MORGAN. PROn U C E COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Wholesale Healers in | LIQUORS AND CIGAR S, No. o7 CHEAPSIDE, near Pratt si., BALTIMORE \ ft>- Every description of country Pruduc j entrusted to out care will receivtairiclaiten i lion. j Aprilßth, 18555—tt. i . - THRESHING MACHINES. 1 1 ¥ have for sale tin* PM/un TV i/>U (reared * Horse Potter aid W. W. Dingee k Co’s In v Thresher, irith llerufrimj Si i air Carrier. The machine is warranted tu render satisfac tion u ali purchasers. The price of 8 horse power, 30 inch Tfridier and Straw-Carrier, delivered at any wharf in St. Mary’s couuty, is $lB-”. Farmers are invited to call at nr Store in I/ConarU Town and examine this Thresher. F. LEO. SPALDING. June 28th, 18i,0—tf. I MATHIOTS GAY ST. iwAiaia wwsash Extending from Gay to Frederick street, I having 40 feet front, 170 feet deep, and 6 1 , stories high, Baltimore Md. A IAVA YS on hand a large assortment ol ,i J\. every variety of Household and Other t Furniture. embracing— Bureaus, tl**d>teadg. Weshstands, Wardr-J*** Spring Rods, Mat j trist*s of Husk, Colton and Hair, Sofas, Tetc- I a-'iVtes, Arm Chairs, Hocking Chairs, nu. Marble Tables, Reception and I'pholster ed Chairs, Assorted (jojers nf Outage Furni tu-'c, Settees, Wood Chairs, Office Chairs. Bar ite * Chairs, (’riba and t.’radlcs. Side-boards, I Extension Tab'es, of every length. Persons d sposed to purchase are invited to cal! and give our stork an ex unination, which, fot variety and quality of workmanship, cannot be excelled by any establishment in the coun ts- A. MATI!TO” A* SON, Nos; 26 and 27 North Gay Street. Feb. 2nd, 1800—ly. JAMES S. DOWNS, 1 ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Leonard Torn, St. Mary's Co.. Md., W 11 practice in St. Maty’sand thu adjoining counties. Feb. lOtk 1969. MILLWRIGHTIN6. i i TITHE subscriber, having had thirty year' j K experience sit Mil.l. \V 11IGHTIN(i, t< j I preparer! and willing to go to am part of the State to do such work as lIF.PA 1 111 NG OI , BUILDING MILLS, lie can also do rough : : CARPENTER'S work. All work .lone in a ' I snhstantial manner and with dispatch. Ad-( ! dress. F. UNKI.F, Great Mills, fct. Mary’s Co. Md. ; Oct. 18’h 18C0—3tn. | { . R. HERBERT. M. H. HERBERT : JAS R. HERBERT Is PRO. TOBACCO AND PIIODI’CE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,, No. 33Grant k Hollingsworth 81s., I B A I. T I M O il E , Ml). REFERENCES. j John Hopkms.Presitlen t Mere ham. l Rank Trueman Cross,CashirrCutumerrial and Farmers’ Bank. i Geo. \V. Howard&. Co., Baltimore. Otter, Norris &. Co., 44 K. Hickley & Bro., 14 Penniman &. Bro., 44 Whitnav, Cashing k Comstock, Balt. I— ! OEO. A. SIMMS, j JO. H. MAPDOX BUSINESS NOTICE. rIE undersigned lihv9 thin day formed s ('• .-Partnership in the MERCANTILE BUSINESS in Town, under the 1 name and style .f SIMMS <t MADDOX, j and are now doing business at the store lately occupied by Geo. A. Simms A Co. They so- ' i licit a continuance of the very liberal p.itr>- nage which was extended to the late firm. GEO. A. SIMMS. JO. 11. MADDOX. Oct. 23rd, 1860. . Oct. 251 h, 1860—tf. f SSO REWARD . j RAN away from my estate in w f* Medley’s Neck, about 10 days I ago, negro man £j¥ ~ | (OUNRIX -JW) j He was Is night nut of I lie estate Mrs. Cusick and ha a wife living at* S!,! ® ,fc ’ Mi. George Tarltoji’a at Forrest Landing, head of Cuckold's creek, near width place he is doubtless lurking. He stoops a little, is nf ‘ a hght chocolate complexion, ami about 80! years of age. 1 will give the above reward* for his apprehension and delivery to nut or ' for his confinement m the county jail, Loouaru Town. JO. H. MADDOX. Sept. IGlh, 1860—tf. - • ' ' i NOTICE. I r |’MIE undersigned has just received a Urge. ■B supply of Ladies PARTY and BALL Goads consisting of White and Colored Tarletons, Indies white Kid Slippers, : Ladies White Kid Glovm, Ac. Ac. , Also, , j I Goats While Kid Glove*. i ' Gents Fancy Neck Ties, £ Gents' Fine Shirts, end Collars, kc. Ac. ; E. LEO. SPALDING. i IWc. January 3rd, 1861—tf. ■j JAMES MTIJvINSON. GRCCER & ClllSim M E £H A iTf, No. 123 Dugan’s Wharf, BALTIMORE. •; Keeps eon*t‘irtlv on hand a large aaaorU . mentofSUPKRFOR FAMILY GHOC FRIES, . Foreign and Domestic Liqu >rs, Tobacco, Se ' gar*, At., which will lw old at the lowest market prices. Produce of nil kinds sold on commiasioQ, J but f shall only do a CASH rtfmmiuim business. | Nor. 29th, IB6o—tf. i i i I NOTICE. ; * .SALE Ml would do well to call •! the subscriber , before disposing of them elsewhere. Ailcom mcnicatioiis will lw promptly attend*d to. Ad i • ilrcfes, W. T, A. REEDER. CaxPTitx), Md, Aug 2nd. 1860—tf. SASII FACTORY WOIUC UF RALTIMORK MAKE. GEORGE If. DOBSON k CO., StTCESSORS To POE .fe HOWARD, To. 69 Pi nHMrrrt, FACTORY . LOCUST POINT, HALT., Have on hind, and make to erder, o v'rH-wisonrd Lumber, ' SASH. DOORS . FUNDS. ER A MES . And all kinds tf SASH FACTOR Y WORK, ! Also furnish every deseriplitn of BITLDING MATERIALS. ' tint ' We solicit the orders of Builders and 1 others. Sept. 27ih, 1860—3 m. I LUMBKIt! shingles:: FLORING, kC. \\7F. invite the attention i f r>nr frifinis and ** ei'ii', generally, in St. Mary's and | adjoining counties to onr extensive assortment of seasoned HI'H.DINfI MATERIALS. i Ail parties contemplating the erection ef Dwellings, Barnes, ike., will find it greatly to their advantage to givv us a call, as \v can se'l at lowest rates for cash or Negotiable pa i l ,cr * | Ihtors, Frames, Sash, drc., furnished at i Mill prices. Orders filled for Bricks, Lin.c, Hair, Kail*, • &c \ No V\ harfage charged nn \ receiving Lnmher from our Yard. C’AK-SON, VA MMRRMAN. k CO., West side I'jiion ])oek, Norfolk Boat Wharf. March 29* u , 1800—11'. in- SIOO REWARD. RAN away from Rosen oft, the residence o Wilbsm F. Hardy, in St. Ini goes’ dis trict, on Tuesday, the lAt h instant, negro nisa David Williams, aged about 24 years. David !is about 5 fee i, f> or 8 inches high. He had on, i when he left the Farm, a pair of white drab 1 cloth pantaloons, a b ark pea jacket and a white < cloth hat. He took with him, also, a Sunday suit of black clothes and a blar-k hat. David is a fast talker and very quick in his movements. He whs purchased of Barton Dm all, of Anr. Arundel county. .Md. I w ill give the above reward , if he is takdi ! outside o*‘Ki. Mary’s county, and if he is taken in the county —provided nets so secured that 1 get him again. | JOIfNM. MILLARD for WILLIAM F. HARTV, Leonard Town, Md Nov. 24th. 1859 VOIXNTKEKB WANTED. #%ITLfEKS of this county who may b desirous of ynilii.g in the formation of * '.CAVALRY f'flMl’ANY are rcqmsird to .leave tluir iisnna. at the htore o! Mesrrs Bimrns f Maddox in village. January 3rd, H6l—if. ““NOTicr /jyriF undcrsigi et! begs lean to informeKis friends and the Public, that h is still .A the OLD STAND, in Leonard Town, carrying jon BLACKSMITH!NG, • GUN, LOCK SMITHING, SHEET IRON AND STOVE WORK—in short, iron work of all descrip tions. such a* repairing CARRIAGES, BUG GIES. ROCK A WAVS. CARTS. WAGONS. HORSE SHOEING, FARM WORK of all kind.-; also REAPERS, THRASHERS and DRILLS. With Jus experience ol 11 years in a Machine Shop, ha he can do anj kind of Blacksmith Work from a k needle to an anchor, ami on reasonable terms. New Wag ons and Carts built cheaper than can be done at any other simp in this place. HORSES SIfOED at the shortest notice. JAMES A. M'CATHRAN, Blacksmith.’ January 12th, IB6o—tf. B. HI'IM. J. NICOor.HUS. 01.0. P. THOMAS J. 11. II Alt U LSI V, * 'with. IIRIM, NICODRMCS k CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FIIIKI6 lOMISfIC mm- OF RTKIiT MfKCKtPTIoV, • NO. 888‘BALT]MORE ST. BA-LTf.MOKI. ■ March Ist. 1860—tf, NOTICE. E. SPALDING returns bis (tanks to hi* uuuieroqs’cuiumon( t\'r the liberal patronv sue hr ha* nceivid ircnt thena. and pledges himself u khep' a CHOI CK STOCK. OF G(XJI)S always Ob hand, which willow sokl very low for cash or its equivalent. E. LEO SPALDING, April 2nti, 1860 . April sth, 18C0— Iv.

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