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On (lie 25(L ulto., James M. Berry, U. S. Senator elect from Arkansas, appeared and was sworn in. The death sentence of John A. Scott, colored, who was to have been banged Friday last, in Baltimore, for poisoning his wife, has been commu ted to imprisonment for life. The N. K. Fairbanks Canning Com pany of Chicago has received from the British government orders for 4,000,- 000 pounds of canned beef for the British army, and the Armour Pack ing Company has also received orders from the same source,for 5,400,000 pounds. A disease pronounced to be the genuine rinderpest by a reputable veterinary surgeon has appeared in a herd of cattle near Fana, Illinois. Out of thirty animals five have died; the rest are declared'out of danger. The Secretary of the Navy, Tues day week, instructed Commander Wiles, of the Yantic, then at New Orleans, to go to Livingstone, Guate mala, communicate with the Ameri can officials at that place, and use every exertion to protect American, interests. It takes 9380,000 per annum to pay the salaries of U. 8. Senators, and over 92,000,000 for salaries of Repre sentatives, exclusive of mileage for both, amounting t0|150,000, and sal aries for clerks, messengers and oth ers connected with the national legis lation— |617,000 more. The British forces under Gen. Gra ham began their advance on Tamai last Thursday. The latest estimates of the British killed and wounded in the battle of Sunday, March 22nd, is 580. The British Cabinet, Thursday last, resolved to firmly demand of Russia that the delimitation of the Afghan frontier be begun at once. This de mand sounds like one of the old-time growls of the British lion, and if it means anything, it means fight. The Pope has written to the Empe ror of China entreating him to secure the protection of the Catholic missions during hostilities with the French. Mr. Igns. Ford, of Fishing Point, informs us that last Wednesday even ing, the Steamer Theodore Weems, when coming in to Spencer's Wharf, broke the shaft of her starboard wheel at the bearing and was towed back to Baltimore. On the 26th ulto., Queen Victoria sent a message to the House of Com mons calling out the British reserves and militia for permanent service. Five million cartridges have also been ordered to be supplied immediately. On the 24th ulto., a portion of St. Joseph's Academy for young ladies, was destroyed bv fire. Two of the buildings, including kitchen, ator*- TWW| nommiinilHiniiiri Bull and one large domltorytor the sisters, were I burned. Several of our county ladies I were educated at tbia institution, I among them, Mrs. A. F. Fenwick, 1 Mr*. John F. Fenwick, Mrs. Louisa Btone, Mrs. Dr. Combs, Mrs. P. F. Edelin, Mrs. Fanny M. Stone, Misses Madgin and Nannie Qreenwell, Mra. Mattie Neal, Mra. B. H. Camalier, Mra. Dr. John T. Spalding, Mra. F. M. Dyer and others. He Was a Musician.— A ooupls of gamins were chinning in the area of a New York house. "Does yer old man work on the dock now 7" “N-a-w. He is a musician." "Is he the man what swallys the clarinet in the band 7" "N-a-w, he don't swally the clari net in the band. He stands on the sidewalk and keeps time wid hisfut." —Texas Sifting". 19“ "How are we ever going to get through our spring and summer's work 7 We are all run down, tired out before it begins." So say many a (turner's family. We smwer, go to j our druggist and pay five dollars for bottles of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. This is just (be medicine you need, and will pay compound interest on the investment. “I will give yon my head," exclaimed a person to Montesquieu, “if every word of the story I have re lated be not true." "I accept tha offer," replied the philosopher, "presents of small value strengthen the bonds of friendship, and should never be refused." Ballou 1 * Msg*tine Cor April is a* good si usual. It leads eff with an illustrated article on India, an important production at the prreent lime, when Russia and England are glaring at each other in Afghanistan, tfhen come* Lewey and I; or, Snilor Boy'e Wanderings, by Urn, H Thom, s. author of The Belle ol Australia, aad On Land and Sea, two well known books of travel and adven ture, and which hare had a large eale. la this pan of the story the American and French hoy* start on nn overland journey from San Diego to Los Angelos, California, and meet with many strange advenlurea on the way from an enraged bull to a fleece mountain lion; and at a lonely ranebe a beautiful girl —a regular prairie flower— to whom l,ewey nsakre fierce love in hie usual impetuous man ner, end get* rebuked Ibr hit boldness. The story it grow.ng in interest, and promitea to be the author's best. Remember IbU narra tive is of California life during the early day* of the Mexican War, and is historically cor reel in all Its dates and incidents, to mutt prove „f interest 10 thousands of people, be tides the toys and girls a. the country. Bal lou's Igoidy f1i.50 per year, or 15cent*single number, end it the Uet magazine in the country nt the price. Address, Thome* A Talbot, 23 Hawley St., Boeton, Mate. When h man slays down at his office until midnight trying to strike n balance be generally loses it before he gets home. tIT That slight cold yon think so little of may prove (ho foernnner ot tt complaint that inav be fatal. Avoid this result by taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, the beat of known remedies for colds, coughs, catarrhs, bronchitis, incipient consumption, and all other throat and lung Diseases. 19" Carelessly tying horses in the stables with nothing but ropes around the necks ha* been the cause of the death of epongh horses to have paid for firat class halters for all the horses in the country. It does not pay any one to economize in snch away as that. Every one that is able to keep a horse should be able to provide a good equipage for it, or sell out to some one who could. ‘Plough on Caught." Aik for "Rough on Coughs,” for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness. Troches, 15c; liquid, 25c. "Rough on Rati." Clear* oat rate, mice, roaches, flies, ante, bed-buge, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15c. Druggists. Heart Paint. Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Dizziness, Indigestion, Headache, Sleeplessness cured by ‘•Wells’ Health Benewer." "Rough on Com." Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns,” Isc. Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns, Warts, bunions. "Rough on Pain” Porouted Platter ; Strengthening, improved, the best for back ache, pains in chest or side, rheumatism, neuralgia. Thin People. “Wells’ Health Benewer” restores health and vigor, eures Dyspepsia, Headache, Ner vousness, Debility. sl. Whooping Cough, and the many Throat Afleciclionsaf children, promptly, pleasantly and safely reliered by "Rough on Coughs.” Troches, 15 cents Balsam, 26c. Mother!. If you are failing, broken, worn out and nervous, use “Wells Health Renewer. sl. Druggists. Life Preterver. I( you arc loosing your grip on life, try "Weils’ Health Renewer. Goes direct to weak spots. "Rough on Toothache." Instant relief for Neuralgia, Toothache, Paceaelie. Ask for "Rough on Toothache." 15 and 25 cents. , Pretty Woman. Ladies who would retain freshness and vi vacity. Don't fail to try "Well's Health Re newer." Catarrhal Throat Affeetiom. Hacking, irritating Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, cured by "Rough on Coughs." Troches, 15c. Liquid 25c. "Rough on Itch." "Rough on Itch” cures humors, eruptions, ring-worm, letter, salt rheum, frosted feet, chillblttins. The Hope qf the Motion. Children, slow in development, puny, scrawny, and delicate, use "Wells’ Health Benewer.” It'.* Awake three or four hours every night coughing. Grt Immediate relief and sound rest br using Well* "Hough on Coughs." Tru.—. 10... T Balsam, 25c. "Sough on Pain" Pot ound Plan,r ; Strengthening, improved, the best for bark sche, pa.ns la chest er side, rheumatism neuralgia. hoshttehs fclffEßS Tht finest tonic for the nervous people Is Hostetler'• Stomach Bitters, which m suiyo perfect digestion and assimilation, and me active,,Performaoc* of their luuo. -tuns by the liver end bowels. As the system acquires tone through the influence ol mis benign medicine, the nerves grow stronger mid more tranquil, headaches Cease, and thst nameless anilely which li a peculiarity of the dyspeptic, gives war to cheerfulness. To establish health on a surs foundation, use the |>*erl*st mvigor generoily "** 411 Dru M“* and Dealers SOUTHERN MR. RAIL B. Mail Train Schedule. SUPERCEDING ALL OTHER SCHEDULES To take effect Feb. 16th, 1886, 10 30 A. H. Leave Brandywine, going East, 10 30 am " Woodville, “ " 10 45“ " Gallant Green, “ " 10 60 " " Hughsville, “ “ 1116" “ Charlotte Hall," " 1130" Arriving at-MeehanirfivilHe, II 45 " Leave Mechnnicsville. going West, 12 00 noon “ Charlotte Hall, " " |2 20 p “ liughsrilla, “ “ 12 60 " " Galleul Green, " " 1 10 " " Woodville. “ “ 125 " Arriving at Brandywine 1 50 " Passengers Ibr Southern Maryland Rail road nntsl leave Baltimore ami Washington in the morning instead of the evening as now. J. B. RIDGWAY, Sup’t., Brandywine, Piince George's county, Md. Feb 12, 1885—tf, FOR SHERIFF Messrs. Editors;—“A stitch in time saves nine" is an old saying that contains a good deal of troth. Yon will therefore, announce C. H A V DEN RUSSELL ns the ' -"Tiing repub lican candidate tor the Sheriffs),y and eay he will not only I* warmly imported by tile j Republican!, but by all men who wish to see the offices of the county filled by the beet men. That they tedieve Bussell will fill the j bill will be proven by the votes of the 6lh end Btb districts. M„y 151884—te FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. Messrs. Editors;—You will pJe-igeannounce CHARLES K. NllltHi.S, a* a Democraticcan didate for State’s Attorney end oblige Many Friends Nov.p 1884—la. Warren lelano, trUom everybody know* as tUe successful laauager of the Largest Hotel Enterprises of America, riji that while a posaenger from New York on board a ship going around Capo Horn, In the early daya of emigration to Cal- Horn la, he teamed that one of the officers of the toss el had cured himself, during the voy age, of an obstinate disease by the use of a * Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Since then Mr. Lblakd has recommended AVer’s Sarsaparilla in many similar cases, and he bos never yet heard of Us fail ure to effect a radical cure. , Some years ago one of Mr. LELAin>* farm laborers bruised his leg. Owing to the bad state of his blood, an ugly scrofulous swelling or lump appeared on the injured limb. Hor rible itching of the skin, with burning and darting pains through the lump, made life almost intolerable. The leg became enor mously enlarged, and running ulcere formed, discharging great quantities of extremely offensive matter. No treatment was of any avail until the man, by Mr. Lklakd's direc tion, was supplied with Ayer's Sarsapa rilla, which allayed the pain and irritation, healed the sores, removed the swelling, and completely restored the limb to use. Mr. Lelaxu has personally used Ayers Sarsaparilla for Rheumatism, with entire success ; and, after careful observation, declares that, in his belief, there M no medicine in the world equal to it for the cure of Liver Disorders, Clout, the effects of high living. Salt IChcum, Sores, Eruptions, and nil the various forms of blood diseases. We have Mr. Lelard’s permission to invite all who may desire further evidence in regard to the extraordinary curative powers of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla to see him person ally either at his mammoth Ocean Hotel, J*ong Branch, or at the popular Leland Hotel, Broadway, 27th and 28th Streets, New York. Mr. Iceland's extensive knowledge of the good done by this unequalled eradloatorof blood poisons enables him to give inquirers much valuable information, PREPARED by * Dr. J.C.AyerA Co., Lowell, Matt. Sold by all Druggists; 11, six bottles *or $5. TO THE FARMERS AND PLANTERS 0 m; a r yjl. a. in jj. Relng required, in theconraenfourbusi ness a. Commission Merchants And Agent, lor the Farmer, And Flnnlera, to furnish them with such Fertilizer, ns may be ielecled rom the many varieties offered on the mar ket, we hare been induced, after as thorough an investigation of the subject as scientific research, aided by the k nowledge gained from practical experiments in nnr own agricultu ral pursuits can accomplish, to have manu factured from our own special formula the following brands of Fertilizer, which we be Here to contain in combination all the neces sary elements to produce a complete manure, and we confidently recommend them to our friends and the general public. The AfiercuLean AJaLacca J&eStil- Prepared especially to promote the GROWTH AND EARY RIPENING of the Plant and peculiarly adapted to the I ■oil ot the Tobacco growing aeclions of the Slate will be put up in 200 lb,, bags, each branded with the Trade Mark of which the preceding rut is a facsimile; and the follow ing analysis which 1, guaranteed. Ammonias, 3 to 3J p. <5, Available Pho. Acid, 6to 8 “5 Snip. Potiwli, 6 “ The Kdelei Animnniated Rm Phosph . or Wheat, Corn and cthercrops; contains all the necessary ingredients to meet Uie require ment* of such crops, and at the same time sup plies to the soil those element* which, having been exhausted in the prod ' lion of the crop, must necessarily be restored y artificial means in order to maintain its ter ity. It will analyze; Ammonia, 2 to 2J p. c. Available Phos. At 1,8 to 10 “ Actual Potash, Ito 2 “ And will be furnished to the Fartrt ,11 price to compete with any goodz same standard on the market. We are also prepared to ply you with Acid-Phosphate , Dissolved Jitme, and other material for making compost, at as low fig ures as they can he bought on the market. Soliciting your orders and referring yon to our general business card. We reman. Very Respectfully, Ac., DUDLEY A CARPENTER NOTICE ALL persons indebted to me on Hotel ac count are notified that it settlements are not made immediately, by cash or its equiva lent, said indebtedness will be placed in the way of legal collection, without regaid to persona. HERBERT F. MOORE ept. 15, lAl—tf. Moore's Hotel . JO F. MORGAN, Insurance Agent $ Broker, LBOHABIITOWM, XS. Represents the following First Cias Compa Die* with combined assets of twelvi million of dollars, and has facilities for phe ng larg lines of insurance on the most fa von le term in home or foreign companies. Royal Fire Insomnia of llrt, cl. Hntrrtown Fire, of New York hondoa, Llti rpool A Globe, re. Mutual Endowment Assosamrul of h-t --tlmore, Life, Ac York Mutual Lite, (onertleut Mutual Life* lan. 12, 1882—ly. ffiWQDnCC A BTo LU T K DIVORCES Wl vuntico ilUout publicity for person* residing throughout the United States lor de section, nun-support, intemperance, cruelty incompatibility, etc Advice free. Slat, your ease and address ATTORNEY WARD World Building, 1267 Broadway, New Verb uly 31, 1884—y. mmii N 3 cell*!- —TL f 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK. oWANOr. I CL. MASS. CA. FOR SALE BY T. M. CAMALIER, Agent, Lflonard town. I FOR CLERK. Messrs. Editors.—Please announce Mr. W. F. FORD, of the Bth district, as a candi date for Clerk of the Circuit Court, and any that ho will be warmly endorsed by I.KONA KDTOWN DISTRICT. March 22nd. 1883 Real Estate Notice. PERSONS wishing to buy or sell land in St. Mary’s county, Maryland, will con sult their true interests bv communicating with FENWICK A HAMMETT at Leonard . town, St. Mary's county, Maryland, as the undersigned hare made arrangements to give - this branch of business prompt and special 1 attention. 1 JOHN F. FENWICK, 1 DANL. C. HAM METT Nov 28 1883—If 1 THE BALTIMbRE WEEKLY 805. THK BUT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. TRUST WOMTHT IK ALL THINUS. AN EPITOME OP TIIZ world’s xzws. thz CHOICZST UZU OP LITERATURE. THK LATEST AND FULLEST RELIABLE HAKKET HKPOHTB. ONE DOLLAR A COPY FOR TWELVE MONTHS. Terms—lnvariably Cash in Advanci— Postage Free to all Subscribers in the United State, and Canida. 1885. PREMIUM COPIES 1885. TO GETTERS UP OF CLUBS FOR THE “BALTIMORE WEEKLY SDN.’ FIVE COPIES $ 5 00 Wilh an extra copy of the Weekly Sun one year. BN COPIES 10 00 f with an extra bony of the Weekly v aun one year, and one copy of the Daily Sun three mouths. FIFTEEN COPIES 15 00 With an extra copy of the Weekly Sun (me year, and one copy of tbs L Daily Sun six months. COPIES 20 00 Wilh nn extra copy of the Weekly 1 Sun one year, and one copy ot the BL Daily Sun nine months. Witt: an extra copy of the Weekly 1 emu and one copy of the Daily Sun one year. I Single Copies by Mail, 3 Cents. To Europe, M 1.52 a Year, a The safest method of transmitting money .Vy mail is by check, draft, or postoflice money ' bfder. H| Address A. 8. ABELL A CO., Publishers. Pun Ikon Buildino, Baltimore, Mu. |BBS- THE SUN. 1885. “ DAII Y EXCEPT SUNDAY. A. Bi ABELL A CO., Publishers, Baltimore. The siceling ot “ongress. the Inauguration of I'toskient Clerel nd, and the events likely to f< Mow a t ange I Administration at Wagh li ■ 'km, w l.be attended by many dream nyes ol more thnn ordinary interest, w hile I ■ deign politics the immediate future prom tone -oliflcof mnny striking occurrences. 1 1 1 iqdu trial progress of the country will be m -ted t many incidents of interest, pria -1 cti-l aim g which will be the Centennial Exhibition at New Orleaez Special corres pondents of Ths Sun in every part of this uimklri and in Europe will keep its readers fully advised of what is going on in the world, 1 and there could not therefore be a better time t ieuserib, for it than now. as Thb Sun is a cqsoslet* newspaper, impartial and ind en deM contains fresh’ anil reliable neict mm eJmjifiiarter — industrial, political, -. far petal, jfMMI, shipping and special market t ports ; Kdlllriais liased upon sound priori) •* and trsMag upon every subject of current merest. Trtus op SuiacriPTioN sv Mail —l rariably 1 Casjßn Advance—Postage Free: ’ UsSiAA $8 00 I ONI Month 60 Cls. SixKskiTHß 300 I Two Weeks 25 Cts. THiiMfosrns 150 I Unk W kmc 13 Cts. HltlAßt Copies by Mail, 3 Cents. Foreign CouulfeTSCenteperMonlh. of M-K^Aja "TBK.. COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Furnaces, Parlor Heaters, nndßaegsß, Far ■uerUirlltperiaUly. Oil Stove Refrigerators. 233 W. Pratt Street ■ Weal of Sharp,. BALTIMORE. Stole repairs constantly on hand. Stove repairing promptly attended to. Also, Roofing, spouting and Plumbing in all its braachss. Full line of TIN WAKE con stantly on hand. March 13. 1884—y. WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS WHEELWRIGHT.— Good wagee. Apply immediately to T. J. YATES, 81. Dagoes', T,13, I*B4-tf. PROFFESSIONAL- It. BAIIRIS CAIALUL ' ENOCH B. ABELL THE undersigned, Atlorneyi-at-Lnw and Solicitors in Chancery, have, this ’st day of January, 1880, formed a co-partner ship in the practice of their profession, under the name and style of CAMALIER A ABELL. They will practice in the county of St. Mary's and the adjoining counties. Especial atten tion will be paid to the collection of claims. Office in the Court House. Address CAMALIER A ABELL, Lconardtown. St. Mary’s county, Md. B. Harris Cahalikb, Enoch B. Abell. Jan 8, 1880—tf S. BRISCOE. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Lw, 41 St. Paul’s St., Baltimore, Md] Jan 16. 1873—t1. C. COMBS, Attorney-at-Law, Lconardtown Aug. 12, tf. Q EORGE BLAKISTONE, Attorney-at-Law, 45 Lexington t, BALTIMORE, MD WII continue to practice in the Courts of St. Mary’s and adjoining counties. June 6, 1878. joTTTmorgan, Attorney-at-Law and Agent for Connecticut Mutual Life Insur ance Company, Mutual Life of New York and Royal Fire Insurance ol Liverpool, LEONARDTOWN, MD April 1, 1880—y DANIEL lIT M AGRUDEfy (late qf the Court of Appeals.) Attorney-at-Law, Has associated himself with Messrs. CAM AI.IKII & ABELL of Lconardtown, Md., for the trial of enact in the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County. Office and Address, Annapolis, Md. Apr 5 83 _ yY ALTKB *• DAWKINS, Attobnky-at-Law, LEONARDTOWN, MD. Special attention given to collection of claims. Sept 20, 1883—y B. TIPPETT, Attobnsy-at-Law, 32 Law Buildings, Baltimore, Md jag* Farmi for sale or exchange for city Property. Money to lend on first Mortgage. Investment* made in city property and Ground Bent*, paying from 6to 15 percent. Claim* iiromptly collected. Will practice in Saint lary's, Charles and Prince George's couuiie* duri.T 'Tasssmt, #• Or.urt. - H Attobnky-at-Law, No. 25 Lexington St., Baltimore, Md. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to Ins care. Jan. I, 1885—If. DAN’L CJ, HAMMETIj attoilney-at-i AW, LEONARDTOWN, Md, Having removed his Law Office to the room adjoining his dwelling house, lately oc cupied as the Post Office, will be pleased to sue all his old friends and clients and as many new ones os may see fit to call All business intrusted to him will receive prompt attention. Special attention paid to the Collection of Claims and the Sale and Conveyance of Real Estate. Jauß’Bslm Big Brown Store. IN addition to our immense stock of goods, wc offer the celebrated Light Running New Home Sew ing Machines. which wears selling at Factory prices; also HOAG’S IMPROVED HAND CORN PLAN ( TER, ( which excels all others ever offered. UAR ( DSN BKKDH of every description, Jke. 'OK-Call and gee T. M. CAMALIER * CO. April IQ, 1884. R. A GOLDEN, GROCER AND Coßiiissioi Mercian, CORNER loth and F. NOS. 941 and 943 S. W. I I OLD STAND, WAREHOUSE, 931 LOUISIANA AVENUE, WASHINGTON, I). C. Oct 23. 1879—tf. Tiie Celebrated “Maryland’s Pride,” Pure Rye Whiskey, J. E. CLARK & CO., SOLE PROPRIETORS. 48 Souk Hivarl St., Btlimore, U. WH. HEMSLEY, Salesman. Sept 6, 1884—y FOR THE SENATE. Editors of the Beacon—Gentlemen—Please announce J. EDWIN COAD, Esq., as a can didate t represent St. Mary’s county in the next Senate of Maryland. Mr. Coad is well known throughout the county amt nil) be earnestly supported by bis many Iriends of the second district. JH> M. LLOTD Agt., ROBERr OBER jno. a. hambleton, j. k. obkr, Vics-Pbksibsst. gic’r bid Tbia* G. OBER & SOWS CO. MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OF THE HIGH STANDARD Ammoniated Super-Phosphate of Lime, Dissolved South Carolina Bone Phosphate, “Special Tobacco Compound, Locust Point Compound, Pure Dissolved Bone, Land Plaster, and all Fertilizing Materials. Office. 25, South CAY STREET, Factory, Locust Point. BATIMORE March 6, 1884—tf. ——————————■ ——— -- L—a WM. SPRIGG. W S. TAYLOR W. S. TAYLOR & CO. Lljfht Street; Wharf, Baltimore. LUMBER, SHINGLES, BUILDIXG LIIBI, | mfC ' OF AJLL:KINDB. Flooring, Fencing, Pales, &e. * '' ,■ *i 13, 1 884— J. ATTRACTIVE OPENING or New Summer Goods BT T. M. CAMALIER&CO IN THE SPACIOUS AND WILL LIGHTED Bio Brown Store. We beg leave to inform onr friends nnd cus tomers that we are daily opening an immense an very desirable stock of goods ot every des cription, wbicb we arc selling at bottom prices, vis : DRV GOODS, MOTIONS, BEADY-MADE CLOTHING SHOES and HATS, LIQUORS and CI3ARS, TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, etc., and many novelties which will please the eye of the most fastidious. Our Woods were ■•arefiilly selected from the largest houses of unltimore, and are such as will give general satisfaction. Wecall attention to the real mer its of onr goods. W hat we say and advertise about them is the plain, unvarnished truth, and we sell them upon their merits, and we aimply ask a call from on' friends and cus tomers to convince them of the truth of our assertions. T. M. CAMALIEUdcOO. June 1, 1883. J. Simms Fenwick. J. Simms Fenwick. LEONARDTOWN. Respectfully announce to bis friends and cus tomers that be keeps on band tbe finest as sortment of jh a Ready- Bade Clothing, Ready-Made Clothing, I o Cahrnrg, Calicoes, Calicott, Calicoes, n o Dry Goode, Dry Goode, Dry Goode, Dry Goode, L f Kereeye, Kereeye, Kerecye, Kereeye, * S Cnttonadei, CoUonadet , •V K Co fret, Cofeet, C'jfen, Cofee*, Rem ind rootled. JE S Whiektet and Wine*, Whitkiet and Wine*. H Boots and Shore, Boots and Shoes, T, o Bale, all styles Bate, ail etylee, * B A ecttiee, Keehtiee, Keehtiee, Keehtiee, e. a Queeneware. Glassware, Queeneware, Olaeeicare, 7 'inicate, Tinware, Tinware, Tinware, etc., etc., etc. GROCERY DEPARTMENT replete with ev rytbing needed. Keeps on band a brand of FLOUR as good as can be bought in the county. .mi littery and Fancy Goad*. Tbe prettiest, cheapest and beet assortment in Southern Maryland. His store is crowded from morning until night. And why is it? Because everybody knows be is selling tbe Cheapest and Best Goods in the county, will give yon more value for vonr money than any other house. Makes BO difference how cheap they will offer vou goods, you can always do better at J. SIMMS FENWICK'S. FOR SHERIFF. Editors of the Beacon : —J J. Alvcy is a good buisiness man, a hard working Demo crat. I believe he would makea good sheriff. If he will run I believe the parly would nomi nsle him. ‘ 3rd District. Jan. 29, 1885—te. S. EE. VIETT, LEQNARDTOW . MD. MANUFACTURER OF Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin Roofing, fluttering and Snouting ■ V. AH kinds of Stoves and Hentora Repaired. STOVE PIPE and ELBOWS alwayson hand. Also FRUIT CAMS per foot pot up.g and Spouting at 12 cents 1 VALLUM UKIMim, with top, at 15 cents a Piece. ’teffu Guttering and Spouting at 11 cent per foot put np. March 1.1883 UNDERTAKING! CIOFFINS AND CASKETS of latest styles J furnished at notice end at prices to suit tbe times. TWO HEARSES always st hand. HORSESHOEING, 11.00 Cash. (If booked, Cl .25). In conjunction with my BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT department, 1 am prepared to bnild CARTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, Ac. at low prices. REPAIRING, PAINTING and TRIMMING a specialty. J. A. DIfXOW* w LKOSaRDTOWJT, MD. March 20, 1884—tf. “mIfWBKASPECiM GADDKSS BROS., 31 North Charles 81 reel AMU 110 South Charles Bfrect, Baltimore. I Monuments, Tomb*, Tablets, Headstones AND ENCLOSURESFORCEMETKRY LOTS OF NEW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGN. March 13, 1884—y. FOR CLERK TO THE CIRCUIT COURT Messrs. Editors :—Please announce, Mr FREDA.MUKAN, as a suitable candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County at the Novemberelectioo in 188 S. Mr. Moran is eminently worthy, and if he wlllcon sent In serve, lie will receive the cordial sup port of all fair-minded voters, who detest treachery nnd dnplicity, who oppose the sup porting of whole families in public office and who recognize true merit wherever found. Tbs Psorus. -'3 Dec. ,1883—te.