Newspaper Page Text
Local Dottlnffs. 1
Rtmnk*r I Remember that October the 6th anti Tth will bo your last show to become a qualified * voter. ——.— —— Amonnt BtsIlMS. The Colored Festlral tor the benefit of fleered Heart church on Saturday last netted $75. . Religious. Preaching at St. George’* Island, Sunday, Oct. 5, at 10:30, a. m. No service at Oak. Preaching at Ebeneser 7:30, p. m. and every night during the week. The Party. The party at Fenwick’s Hotel, on Tuesday night lest, given by the young ladies of Lcon ardtown, was, as is usual with anything got ten up by them, a great sin cess. Quite a num ber from a distance were in attendance and one and all seemed to thoroughly enjoy the occasion. The I>einnrrer. In the report of Court proceedings of Mon day, Sep! 33m1, given in our last issue, it was staled that iu the case of VV. -i t\ . Clarke, . indicted for taking oysters from grounds lo- Uud liy R. F. Taylor, deceased, a demurrer to indictment wag sustained >y the Court. This report, os far as it went, was correct, but on the following day the Court reversed l' decision, deciding that the Stale's Attor ney had made no mistake in drawing the in dictment and it wag properly alleged that the title to the properly was in the widow and heirs at law. - ■ ♦ St. InlfACt’ Item*. (/%om Our Regular Correipondent.") Shippers of sweet potatoes are realizing a fair price per bbl. $2.75 is the highest figure received. The yellow is the only kind ship ped, as the white Spanish and red are reserv ed for home consumption. Malarial diseases are beginning to invade our households and the various substitutes for quinine are unsparingly used. Snake root and plpsisserva stands a poor chance. The creeping rhizome of the Utter is said to he equally as efficacious for its tonic proper ties ns its leaves. Col. S. Q. Whiles Is having the wharf at Cornfield Harbor substantially repaired. The Excelsior makes regular trips to said whaif. It is very warm, and rain is very much ueed ed, so suy those who ought to know. Tht Drought. From present indications there seems to he small prospects for rain. The drought has l>een long continued, everything is suffering for rain and from every section comes reports of the springs, runs and ponds drying up. To add to the general disgust, one occasionally meets with a man who believes the talcs of babies being horn, living just long enough to say that there will he no rain for some indefi nite time, and Immediately dying. A relia ble gentleman informs ns that such a report was circulated in Charlotte Hall district and the colore 1 folks turned out en mame to find the originator and kill him. On Tuesday last, there were slight showers in different Ok pn/w urm (ion are living in hopes that their turn will come soon. ftwsssl. Hon. R. 0. Combs, who has just return'd . from his recent business trip to Iloslon and the North, is well pleated with the political out look. Col. R. FI. Miles has moved into the village nnd is nt Moore’s Hotel. The Colonel’s age weight lightly upon him and he seems as ac tive as he was when we first knew him. We noticed him the other day jocosely assisting a younger man (Mr. Geo. Combs) over the Court House steps and up to the Register’s Office and both seemed to be thoronghly en joying themselvi),. Mr. F. Oscar Morgan, wbo is travelling through Pennsylvania, is ever mindful ol his St. Mary’s friends and weagnin thank him for kind tokens of his remembrance. Mr. Z. T. Bailey, of McKeesport, Pt., a for mer resident of onr county, has placed die Kkacon under obligations to him for papers, Ac. Bnalnaaa l.oeala. We call attention to the stock of building materials which Samuel Burns A Co., lumber merchants, 104 Light Street Wharf, Balti more, are offering at especially low and at tractive prices. Their stock is one of the best nnd Isrgeet in the State, and their facilities for filling Orders promptly are unsurpassed. They are good men to deal with and if you give them a call you are not apt to buy elsewhere. The attention ofour readers it called to the ad vertisement ofMr. Geo.C. Henning who keeps one of the finest stocks of ready-made cloth ing to be found in Washington city and who •ells at very low prices. Those who have had custom work done by him once never go else where. By reference to oar advertising columns, it will be seen that the late Judge Ford’s House it resale. The situation is the most desirable in the village and by a little expenditure the house may be put in good repair. It will be a bargain for any one who buys. Pastoral Realgnattoa. The following correspondence explains it self: Sept. 13th 1884. To the Wardens and Vestry of All Faith Parish—Gentlemen—l hereby tender you my resignation ss Rector of your Parish, to take effect Nor. 3, 1814. Please accept my sincere thanks for your many kindnesses to me and mine during the past fourteen years, and for the uniformly, courteous and friendly manner in which yon have always treated me. With nr best wishes and most earnest prayers for the prosperity of your Parish, and your own happiness both for lime and eternity, I am mb ever sincerely ,and affectionately Your Mend and Pastor, J. W. C’rulkv. Act. Faith Parish, Kept. 17lb, 1884. Rsv. J. W. Chssmv—Ravaaxeu ahulima Si*—At a meeting of the Vestry of All Iniilh Parish, held this day, they desired me to no tify you that they accept, though with the greatest reluctance and regret, your resigna tion ss Rector of this Parish, to lake effect Nov. 3rd next, and to express to you in their own behalf and that of your Parishoncrs their heartfelt appreciation of and gratitude for the untiring devotion with which you have ever discharged yonr Parochial duties amongst us. They desire me also to extend to you sod yonr family their most cordial wishes for your and their happiness, and to stale to you that they will ever remember you and yonrs with the ’ most affectionate regard and esteem. 1 am, very truly, Wx. L. Thomas, Register of tbe Vestry. • f '■■■ 0 ■till AaaSbae. % Tbs Valley Lee Cleveland and Hendrick* Club hat been preseu. 4 with another (Comp ton) flag. The doner was Mr. James T. M, Raley. The club at a recent meeting passed appropriate resolution* thanking Mr Raley for Hie gift. UtaSrirkt. Whatever else you forget, don’t fall to re member that next Monday nnd Tuesday will be the last chance to register. Chalk Bto 7 on yonr hat to remind you of it. Sraasl lory Repart. To the HonoraLlr, the Judge of the Circuit Court for SI. Mafy'e County : The Grand Jurors of the State of Mary land, Tor the laxly of SI. Mary’s county, do beg leave to make tbe following report; We have, in conformity with the require ments of the law, examined and considered the report of the Grand Jury of March Term, 1884, mid thoroughly endorse the same. We beg first, to state that wo most heartily approve and endorse the action of yonr Honorable Court and Bur in giving ex pression to the great loss which this Judical Circuit, and more particularly this county, has sustained by the death of Judge Robert Kurd. Representing as we do every section and being familiar, with the universal sor row which pervades almost evtry household, wo know that we exprtss the ferlinuaof tins entire people by declaring that his death has caused avoid which can neve- be filled and his life presents an example worthy of imi tation by all. As a jurist, as a lawyer, as a friend, as a gentleman and as a Christian, be leaves but few equals and no superiors'; may the Oik! of Chanty and Purity give him per fect peace. Secondly—lt gives us pletisurc to slate that the public roads are in a greatly im proved condition and with the exception of a few sljort sections which require immedi ate attention, wo pronounce therh in bet ter condition than they have lieen for years. In this connection, we would call the atten tion of the Honorable Board County Com missioners to tbe many complaints of Hie travelling public t) the nuisances committed by farmers and others in making the roads a place of deposit for bushes and other things which may encumber them, and wo desire to call their attention more particularly to the encroachments in different sections of the county tijion the roads by owners of saw mills who disregard the convenience and safety of the people by piling logs, sawdust and other things upon the Public Roads so near as not only to render travel precarious lint absolutely dangerous. We respectfully remind the Honorable Board of County Com missioners that we believe it to ( be their duty to report to each successive Grand J nry the names of sin h violators of the laws regulat ing and restricting tbe infringement upon said roads. We would further suggest that the large number of road supervisors be re duced amt that more attention be paid in their selection to personal fitness. Thirdly—Wo have visited the Jail and find it in moderately fair condition. Wc learned fsom the Jailor that he bus several times made a requisition for lime, without avail, which wc deeply regret, some portions greatly requiring.wliitewashing. We would respectfully suggest that prompt and imme diate attention be given the sanitary condi . tion of same. Wc find there arises from a sink near the jail in which is deposited the offal and accumulations, a most foul and un healthy stench which produces sickness that . often ends in death hi the sufferers and un avoi lably entails great expense upon the county by the incurrence of doctors’ bills, medicines, etc., os shown in the statement 1 of county expensi s amounting during the • last fiscal year to $84.10. We would re t commend that the place of deposit lie re inoveil from its Ainawß, llil' llillll 111 mw IIWIR remote, to lie selecte* I by the comity com missioners and than it lie made obligatory upon the jailor to remove daily all offensive matter from the cells. Wo find the win dows broken and in bad condition which should not lie the case. We would also ad vise that the water-closets in the Court House yard be cleaned, repaired and disin fected. The tin-spnnting on Court House leaks and is in bad condition. We would advise that it bo attended to at once and that provision le made to conduct the water cither by brick drains or some other means from the Court House as it now passes directly to the cellar and the dampness arising therefrom has badly cracked the rear wall of same. Wc would state to yonr Honorable Court that it baa been reported to our body that there was one violation of the liquor laws on election day, Aug. 18, 1884, but believ ing that to lie wholly an error wo dismissed Hie case. The flag pole in front of the Court House upon examination is found to be decayed and dangerous to life and property. Wc recommend either its immediate repair or removal. We must express our regret that witnes ses are not required to report more prompt ly before the Grand Jury thus removing the necessity for delay and thereby affording and insuring an expeditious discharge of our duty, hi this connection wo would state fur ther tbata great expense to the county might lie saved by the disraisilil of stales’ witnes ses (who are summoned to appear on the first day of Court) either by the Honorable Court or its proper officer, till the probable day of trial. We find in the list of county expenses charges for paupers’ coffins. We would recommend that in the next annual report the names of each painter he stated. We feel constrained to call the attention of the Honorable County Oninniaaimiers to the great number of inquests that are annu ally held, many in flagrant violation of law, as the same provides that there must boa reasonable suspicion of foul piay. And lastly, we most earnestly- recommend that they do immediately ahd without delay make such addition to the county Aim's House as will insure the safe and comforta ble keeping of the lunatic paupers now con fined in foreign institutions as well as those whom it may be the duty of the county to care for in the future, believing that the ex pense* might be reduced per capita at least one hundred per cent. - In conclusion, wc tender to y i / honora ble Court, onr efficient State's ?ney and all of the Court’s officers, our nks for their untiring efforts to servo nib. assist ns in the discharge of our duty, and having completed it, we now ask to be dismissed. Jo*. 8. Ai.iston, Foreman. * a (Local Correspondence.] Hollywood, Sept. 25, 1884. Messrs. Editors:—After a long absence 1 again sek permission to appear in the columns of the Beacon . Our long nnd dreary vsen - tion is over and we can once more meet our fond teacher and pleasant schoolmates, thronged together in the dear old school at Hollywood. To Mr Holmes is due our kind est regards and humble thanks for the repairs done to our school (No. 4). Messrs. Vales and Graves executed the work. Farmers are very busily engaged saving (heircrops, which from the drought is a very short one. Messrs, f.athrum A Raley have opened a new store st Hollywood. May success attend them in their new enterprise. The malaria is prevalent in this neighborhood, attacking hath young and old. Our school (No. 4) hss now upon tbe roil 20 pupils. For fear of trespassing upon your lime sod space, 1 bid you god-bye. Otpmy Girl. “My daughter lias taken the medicine faithfully, according to directions, and her health and spirits are now perfect, The hu mor is all gone from her face. I wish every anxious mother might know what a bleating Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is in such cases. J. M. baroque's Anti-Billous Billers. If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, hare fre quent headache, mouth tastes badly, and tongue coaled, you are suffering from torpid liver or biliousness, and nothing will cureyou so siieedlly or |ierman*ntly, as J. M. Laroqite’s anti-hlliuas bitters. 25 tents a paper. Sis hotlls Pur sale hy W. R. Thornton, so * proprietor, Baltimore and Harrison street Baltimore. ADVICE TO MOI-HERB. Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying • with pain of cutting teeth? if so, sendal once and gel o bottle of Mas. Wisatow's Soothiho Svaue roa CmtDaxK Tkithino. its value is Incalculable. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens the gums, reduces Inflammation, und gives tone and energy,to the whole system. Mbs. Winslow’s Southing Svbcp ran Ciiil uknn Tkktiiisd is pleusaul in the isste, nnd is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female nurses and physicians in tire United Stales, nnd is for sale by all druggists throughout the vforld. • Brice 25 cents a hot- TO MOTHERS. Every babe should have a bottle of DR. F ATTU NE VS TEETHING SYRUP. Perfectly safe. No Opium or Morphia mixture. Will relieve Colic, Griping in the Bowels and Promote Diffi cult Teething. Prepared by Dns. D. Fahrnet A Son, Hagerstown,Md. Druggists sell It; ijcts. I READY-MADE AND MADE TO ORDER AT BOTTOM PRICKS. I. HAMBURGER & SON, 164 W. Baltimore St., ; * Adjoining B. A 0. New Building*. BALTIMORE. I O t . May 15, 1884—Gm. 9 i \ t i I t t _______ 1 “notice to creditors. 1 t Orphans Court of St. Mary’s County, Set: . Hept 17, 1884. ORDERED hy the Court, That J. 8. 11. limn melt mid J. E. Hammett, adminis trators of LYTTEETON 11. HAMMETT, ’ late of Ht, Mary’scounly, Md. f deceased, give ’ the notice required by law to the deceased' | creditors to exhibit their claims and that the ’ same he published once h week for six succes sive weeks in the Hi. Mary’s Bkacon. Test. John 11. A bull, Register of Wills for St. Mary's county. J NOTICE. > In pursuance of Ihe above order, we hereby i give notice that we have obtained from the Or phans’ Court of 81. Mary’s county, Maryland, s letters of administration on the personal estate [ of Lyttleton 11. Hammett, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against j the said deceased are hereby notified toexhib , it the Fame with the proper vouchers attached . thereto to the subscribers, on or before the 20th day of March, 1885, they will otherwise ’ hy law be excluded from the benefits of the j said estate. All persons indebted to the de ceased are requested to make immediate pay ' ment to the subscribers. J. 8. H. HAMMETT, 1 J. E. HAMMETT, Administrators. ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS. J Orphans’ Court of St. Mary’s County, Set.: .Sept, IC, 1884. ORDERED by the Court, that J. Frank Ford und RobertC. Combs, admiuistra ‘ tors of \ ROBERT FORD. : late of St. Mary’s co., Md., deceased, give the notice required by law to the deceased’s cred itors to exhibit their claims and that the sarfic be published once a week for six successive weeks in the Bt. Mary’s llkacon. Test: John If. Abell, Register of Wilts for. St. Mary’s county. NOTICE. ln pursuance of the above order, we hereby . give notice that we have obtained from the Or , phans* CjvrtofHt. Mary'* r X)unty, Maryland, letters O administration on the personal es -1 late of Robert Ford, late of said county, i deceased. All persona having claims against . the said deceased are hereby notified to ex hibit the same with the proper vouchers at tached thereto to the subscribers, on or before 1 the 30lh day of March, 1885, they will oiber • wise by law he excluded from the benefits of i the said estate. AH persons indebted to the . deceased are requested to make immediate l payment to the subscribers, r J. FRANK FORD, i ROBT. C. COMBS, 1 Administrators. i Bept 18, 1884—G w. NOTICE A LL persona indebted to me on Hotel ac ’ il count sre notified Hint it settlements are ■ not made immediately, by cash or it* equiva lent, said indebtedness will be placed In tbe r way of legal collection, without regard to persons. I HERBERT F. MOORE, Sept. 15, 1881—if. Moore’s Hotel. ~Bpj fIW s?yo!3si3r!^^srswi^ir • • nnm, a pure, clean, wholesome TONIC, J&’TSMSPSBS^t^ XTZ’SE’BJIPSDLA., I Headache, Few, Ague, Ohllta, DEBILITY A WEAKNESS. Nice to unequaled for TORPID m LIVER and Might u-Pai ba^"* Itemarkahle Corea of Catarrh of the Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kid* neya and Bladder, Htone or Gravel Dla coses of the Prostate Gland, Uropaical Swellings, Female Diaeaaea, Incontin ence of Urine, all Pteeaaee of the Genito urinary Organs in either era. For Un healthy or Unnatural Discharges use alao "Chapin’s Injection Ilsur,” each sl. For BTPHIUB, either oonfincted or hereditary taint, uae Ohapln'a Conatltn- Uon Bitter Hynm, SI.OO per bottle, and Chapin’s Syphilitic Pills, $8.00; and Cha pin's Hyphllltlo Halve, *IOO. 0 bottles flynip, 2 of Pills, 1 Halve, by Express on receipt of SIO.OO, or at Dmretat*. \I,IV GOODS! mew STOKE ! Til K firm former!v known at JftrH, Utj+ii.Y *V JOJYKS Ims mutual ly (Unsolved partnership mid will now bo re cognized 88 Mrs L. A. JONES &CO. Thanking our pillions for past favors, we solicit a continuance of the same. Wc as sure the public that our best efforts tditi.ll be made to keep a handsome and fashionable assortment of all 0 © | MILLINERY, | 0 <9 0 (3) | FANCY & | © 0 0 0 DRESS GOODS. | © Having just returned from Haiti more with a wel assorted stock, we are prepared to uc commodaie lb, most fastidious customer, jjtif Call ami examine our stock. Mrs- L- A. JONES & 00. May 8. 1884—tf. ii. is. msuoi*, Ship [Broker, Grocer —AMO-^- Commission Merchtant RISCOK'H TENTH-HTWET WHARVES \\A<sin\(;ro\. n c. Large Warliouses on Wharves/ Good out side Storage. Cargoes of all kinds Received and Discharged and Shipped. Special attention paid to Consignments of Lumber, Wood, Cedar Posts, Laths, Cement, etc. Oct 11, 1883—v. “ CEMETERY WORK A SPECIALTY - Cl A Dll ESS 111108., 41 North Charles Nlrccl AMO 110 Moulli Charles Mlreet, Baltimore. ■onnmenti, Tomb*, Tablet*, Headstones AND ENCLOSURESKORCEMETERV I-GTS OF NEW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGN. March 13, 1884—y. m> <m> \ § 0 FALL ARRANGEMENT WEEMS LINE STEAMERS. TO PAmH^HVRB. On and after SATUHDAT, September oth, BTBAMER THEODORE WKEMH Will leave Pier 8 Light Hlreet, every Halur day and Wednesday at 0:30 a. m., for Pair Haven, Plum Point, Governor's Run ami Pa tuxent river as far up as Benedict. Return ing will leave Benedict every Monday and Thursday at 6 30 h. m., Millstone Landing nt 10 a. in., Plum Point at 2 p. in., and Pair Haven at 2 30 p. rn. for Baltimore. Freight received at Pier 8 Monday and Friday until 6 p. m. STEAMKR WEHTMOUKLAM) . Will leave Pier 0 Light Street every .Sanday night at 0 p. in., for Patuxent river direct, ns far up as Bristol, Reluming will leave Bristol at 12 m., on Monday add Millstone at 0 p. rn , for Baltimore, railing at no wlmrvm below Leitch’s, except when signalled from W barviii on the river, for passenger* and per ishable freight. Freight received at Pier 9 Light Street Sat urdays until 5 p m. HENRf WILLIAMS, Agent. Office, 142 Light St. Sept. 4. 188-1 BARGAIN! ' If* HORSE STEAM SAW, GRIST AND if) PLANING MILLS, HOUSE SHEDS, etc., all complete ami in good oruer, lor $1,500 —$500 cash—balance in 0, 13 ami IS months, Gootl tra.le at pieatut life, or can be moved at buyer.’ pleasure, For further particulam, call on or address F. M. DYER, Morgans* P, 0., St. Mar,'■ county, Md. May 22, 1884—If. YOU CAY SAVE MONEY BY BUYING moM HEADQUARTERS 1 . 11. KEID.UI, 618 Penn Ave. 610 B St,, N. W WASHINGTON, D O. 5 headquarters for Coach Finding! and Mt tals, Iron of all kinds, Steel, Axles, Springs, Tools, Bolts, Duck, Leather, Canvas, Spokes, Rims, Hnbs, Wheels, Horse Shoes, Horse Nalls, etc., etc. WR WILL SELL YOU Horse Shoes, per keg $ 400 Horse Nails, per box- 4 00 Bar Iron, per pound .02 J Steel Fire, per pound 04 Buggy Shans, per pair 70 Buggy Bodies, each 0 60 Good Buggy Tops, each IS 00 Drilling Machines froC. ...sl2 00 40 00 Fire Benders from... $lO 00 SO 00 Forges from sl2 00 40 00 Buggy Wheelsfrom. $6 00 15 Oo Short Buggy Axles, per sett 2 25 Bolt Shears, per pair 8 00 Bench Vises from 15 15 (>0 Wo are the oiUy house In the District car rying in uttu k aJull line nf Rlucktvti/h' i Tuvin, We arc algo manufacturing the MORK IIK AI) SAW SETT for setting Circular and all heavy Saw*. The only tool in the mar ket which will .do the woik. Price, $2 00 each. An Inspection of our stock is invited and correspondence solicited. Come and see me and save money. J. B. KENDALL, 618 1W Ave. 819 BM. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan 21, 1884—V. VICTOR LINIMENT. (Formulaof Dr. P. D. Fahrney.) The great Bone end Nerve remedy. For ex ternal use is King overall Pains for Man or Ikastand for removing Fallons (or ham) lumps. It cure* llhoumatism. Neuralgia, HUtf Joints l.uml'ago. Frosted Foot, Burns, Corns, Ac- Price 2T. an t 50 ots. per bottle. Victor Remedies Co., MTrfl*& Prop’s, VUKDRKICK, MD. FARMERS & PLANTERS BONDED AGENCY, 102 South Charles Street, BALTIMORE. Bull on commission TOBACCO, GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE. jP*r FERTILIZERS A SPECIALTY. THEIR PURITY GUARANTEED. Diiiectoiih von 1884. Jos. Shepherd, W. E, Morten, G, M. Dorser, J. P. Briscoe, Samuel M, Kinks, Dr, Thornton Dorsey, K. 11. Horn, J. N. Miller. L. A. Minks, Wo have secured the services of ,f. TOWNH MENU as an assistant ill the tclxcccQ. dcpniji^ Inlntu^^ (larch 13, 1884—y. Victor Liver Syrup. (Formula of Dr. P. D. Fahrney.) Thin great Liver and Blood Renovator ha* been imed by the Hr*. Fahrney for nearly one hundred year*. In the form of tea. It act** direct upon the Liver and Kidney* through the nml liim of the blood. No home la complete with out It, Hcore* ere teatlfylng to it wonderful ef fect* In miring dl-ernes or wlna'lng from 1m- Jure blood, Torpid Idver and dlHeased Kidney* let a circular from your meich.int. Ho d by all in* diclm* dea pi a. Price |I.UU fair bo (tie, •am ple bottle 25 eta Victor Remedies Co., M'frs & Prop's, VUEUISUICK, MU. May 23, 1884—y. Southern Maryland Railroad. Spuing Schedule. ON and after April Ist, trains will run us follow*: On MONO AYR and THURSDAYS, will leave Mechunicsvillv at 6.45 a.m., arriving at Brandywine at 6.60 a. in on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fri days and SATURDAYS, will leave Medina icsvilleat 11.46 a. m., arriving at Brandywine at 2 p. in. Returning, leave Brandywine every day ex cept Sunday at 630 p. rn., arriving at Me chniilcaville 7 55 p. rn., close connection being made with trains on B. k P. R. R., leaving Washington at 4,40 p. rn., Baltimore at 4.10 p. in. J. B. RIDGWAV, Sup’t., JluylOtfn Brandywine, Md, gfr i. L CONNELLEL Bg BOOT & SHOEMAKER IPL LEONAKDTOWN. Repairing done with neatness nnd dispatch. Sept 6, 1883, HAI l-l VN I’NIVPPNITV SCHOOL. ELLICOTT city, md. Situation healthy. Instruction thorough. SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER IC. Circulars sent upon application. CHAPMAN MAUPIN, M. A., Principal. July 31, 1884—2r0, DIVORCES AB 8 0 L DTK DIVORCES ■IIIUHUI.W without publicity'for persons rending throughout the United Stales for de sertion, non-support, Intemperance, cruelly, mcomputibility, etc. Advice free. Slate your ease and address ATTORNEY WARD, World Building, 128 Y Broadway, New York. July 31, 1884—y. NOTICE. I am now prepared to accommodate travel era with harm*, buggies and wagons at reduced rate*. Horses fed and well attended to. Apply to K. WALTKR MATTINGLY, Moehunlcsvitlf, Si. Mary's county, June 12 1884—3rn Md. R. A. GOLDEN, ~ GROCER AND CflmDijssjgn Merctiast, CONNER 10th and P. NOS. 041 and 943 S. W. OLD STAND, WAREHOUSE, i 031 LOUISIANA AVENUE, WASHINGTON, D, V. Oct 23, IhlO— If. * I -- - : .j ii.iii. n Estnlillslicd In IBIS, Am now prepared to sell GUNS, SHELLS, CARTRIDGES, POWDER, SHOT, CAPS W ADS, and everything la the lino to fit the Sportsman out In the best manner, as low aa any house In tlie United S’tales. Wholesale and Retail. Cull and bo convinced. Ount made to order, and repaired by akllied mechanics. Goods sent by express C. 0. D. ALEX. McCOMAS, 22 S. Calvert Street, Sept 11, 1884-3 m BALTIMORE, MO. SPEOSI IN DUOEMKNTS ; IN Shingles, Flooring, Sash, Framing, Doors and Blinds. ✓ Write Tor J'rloos. O Ceo. F. Sloan & Bro. LUMBER DEALERS. No. 132 Light Street Wharf, BALTIMOKE, MI). JOHiY M. LLOID, Agt. ROBERT OBER. JNO. A. HAMBLETON, J. K. OBER, PnasiuiNT. ' Vios-Pnasiu(NT, Ssu'y anu Thbas obeii & mm to. MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OF THE HIGH STANDARD Ainmonialful Stippr-Bliosplmle of Lime, , Dissolved Soul,lt Uiirolinii Bono Phosphate,, “Specinl Tobacco Compound, Lociirl Point Oompound, Juuid Planter, and nil Fertilising Materials. Office, 25, South GAY STREET, Factory, Locust I'oii.t. • BAIT MORE. March , 1884— If. BALTIMORE FURNITURE MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 'Vi 87 HANOVER BT, ’ 2nd door from Pratt St non noo/fokr, solid satis- FACTION AND YOUH HEST IN ■, TKHEST DO NOT SMI TO VIS- L * IT TUN ONLY AND OKEAT BM in the city. n - at exceedingly lower prices than any other hotiHu in the ■■ city. We only nnk yon In call and tie con via * ced that it is money saved by buying Irma us. We also handle a large stock of BRUSSELS, 3 PLYs nnd INGRAM CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, BLANK __ ETB, COMFORTS and nil kinds of l-edding. Only 5 mi mi ton walk to tiny of Ihe stoarnhoatH. Hcmemhrt we. mnnnjuclure. HA A 77 M0/iU FURNITURE M'N' O 0(). t A bottled Kuril Hurt Polish to each cuitomcr. 67 HANOVER HT. N 3 GEORGE 6. STEVENS, dqq^ / /establishedN 47 & 49 LIGHT st/ BALTIMORE. Oita STOCK COMI’KISM Window nnd Door tub Weights m$ Card., Ilnnd-Knll. Mid llnlil.tar., Newel-ToaU, Parch Trimming., Cornlre, Parch, and Ntnir lirn.*kd., huer Jnmh., Ornamental ttlHs, llulldera’ Materials Store Proute, liny Windows, die. Order, fur Lime, PI oaring, Hhlnglee. Latb% end Lumber of nil kind. Ailed promptly nt laweet Market Hate*. SEND FOR PRICE-LIST AND CATALOGUE. A FRACRANT BREATH S“I2 Kettn finmaof lluliv Hednwie. add charing to Die most homely (gee that are the envy of all. J. M. LAKIMtCP-’M f.l<tl ll> oiIP.NTIKfP.iriM Mfamlurd Ouotli Warm of tlui LIlUi and Kagnioimiiio,acu'UDpllshueUUn roeultevery lime. 80 CKNTM A MOTTI.P. Dl I CO FOR hemorrhoids or piles. HiLZfPZZ' ES PI I V”mnet gnecoeefolly used for thu lagt forty yeara. | llwLbWi an ( vat. u Sex. By Kill or at all llragglsls. 1 M I arnnup’s sLoPfiii^yEoSft^ J a Ills Lul UIIUU O most eminent I’by.tclaoS. I’leaeenl to Uie tao, ueeeidutdo to tlui niret* dellnate etomaeh, prompt In IteolTecU, bringing nlrne.l limnodl ately renewed .Irenglii, vigor aiidehoerfufhesa: particularly a Ladles’Medicine. 81 aboiLie podkio FOR CoßNSAND bunions, ™sr* llllnilA Kr.b Clita, the BI.ACK 8 AJ-VE- from the pirmaln of J. La- UUIIIIVf r*r|ue. Is a sovereign remeoy P’aod lcte. By Orugglafaar Kail. W. E THOKWTOM. Hula Proprietor, cor Baltimore and Harrison Bt B ilimorc.