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The Anne Arundel boatd of county commissioners have established th; county tax rate for 1885 at 68 cents for county pnrpqeee, 20 cent# for the schools, a redaction of one cent against the levy of 1884, when the county rate waa 69 cents. Tbe taxable basis i* $10,400,705 against $10,336,737 84 last year. The first hogshead of tobacco that has been shipped from the Eastern Shore for many years waa brought to Baltimore, on tbe 13th, inst., on the steamer Enoch Pratt. The tobacco wot grown by Mr. S. Greeuwell on bis farm near Travers wharf, Dorchester county. It waa consigned to Thos. 0. Price & Co., South Charles street. Tobacco used to be grown in large quantities on the Eastern Shore about a century ago, but fruit, wheat and corn have taken ite place ao general ly that the shipment of a hogvhead of tobacco from that section of the State now is a great novelty. Mr. Green well is a native of St. Mary's and a subscriber to the Beacon. We regret to learn that tbs later morning services at St, Mary's Catho lic Church, Alexandria, were brought to a sudden close Sunday by the ill ness of Father DeWolf. It seems that earlier service* had been celebrated bv Father DaWctlf, and tbe congrega tion woe assembled, the candles light ed, the choir wan singing, and as he w* robing for the services he fell, partly paralyzed. He received the immediate care of a physician, and the church services were discontinued for the day. At a late hoar Father DeWolfs condition wa* much improv ed, sod while he is still very weak, no immediate serious result is expect ed. He had been laboring in his calling all of Saturday and Sunday morning, and cams to sav the late mass, ofcourse fasting, and his strength proved inadequate for the task.—* Marlboro' Gazette. The following clipping is taken from an interesting report on tbe tide marshes of the United States, collated and prepared hy D. M. Neebit, of Prince George's county, Md. By direction of the commissioner of agri culture, the report was prepared from an agricultural standpoint; St. Mary’scounty occupies the point of the peninsula between the lower Potomac on the South and West and the Patuxent and Chesapeake bay on tbe north and east. Being nearly surround edby tide-water, it contains large area* of marshes, all unimproved, and pre senting no features of special interest. Tbe larger marshes have usually a stream of fresh water running through them. They sre covered with a coarse grass, which is valuable as pasture in early spring. I have tried pest sa s fertilizer on high lands with good re sults. Maishes covered with eight inches or s foot of earth from highlands manifest extraordinary fertility. On Wednesday, the 13th, Judge Duffy, of Baltimore, released .on habees corpus tbres Italians held under an indictment in Cecil county for assault with intent to kill another Italian, in August last. After the asaault the wounded man was taken to New York, where he remained for a long time in a precarious condition, the accused being held in jail at Elkton. The prisoners were released on habeas cor pus and afterwards indicted by the Cecil Grand Jury. Capt. Wara then asked for their release on the ground that having once been discharged on babess corpus they could not be again arrested for the same offense. Mr. Daniel Bratton, Slate's attorney for Cecil county, contended that it was competent for the grand jury of Cecil county to indict the men after they had been released JudgeDnffy, after carefully examining the aiithoriliea, said be was surprised to find that the provision of the Maryland law that “no person who has been released on habeas corpus shall afterwards be im prisoned or committed for the same offense" is only qualified by a surren der of bail or conviction of the offense. "Unless I repeal this law." added Judge Duffy, "I must release these prisoners. The law may be unreason able in its respite, but tbe language Is plain.” A gold miner in Colorado took bis gun end strayed a abort distance from lire camp, shot a cub, and ap proached his game with an exultant air, when, to bis surprise, he saw a large bear bounding towards him. It waa tha mother of the cub, furious at the death of her offspring. Our hero dropped bia gun, ana started off like a frightened deer down the hill. His companions saw him coming through tbe bush, end sang out to him, “What is the matter 7" “Gi-gi-gi-git out your guns, ready for a ahot, ’ stammered he, almost out of breath. "I am bringing her right into camp." ■A. By land or at sea, out on the prairie, or in the crowded oily, Ayer's Cathartic Fills are tbe beet for purga tive purposes, everywhere convenient, efficacious, and safe. For sluggish bowels, torpid liver, indigestion, bad breath, flatulency, and sick headache, they are a sure remedy. W A gentleman who visited a rolling skating rink and attempted to participate in tbe pleasure, says the ides of fastening a pair of skates on the fel is the queerest notion in the world, because the feet were the only portion of his anatomy that didn't touch the floor oftener than one in ning in ten. Dr Wm. Q. Clayton, West River Md., says he gathered 200 bushels Irish potatoes (6f bushels seeded) from an acre upon which he used 400 lb. conapout made with Powell’s Prepared Cuemioals. The yield per acre was more than any other in the neighborhood. Address Brown Gin tub ui Go., Euiumoie, Md ft* Southern larylanfl Railroad. The Central Trait Company of New York, on the ISth instant, filed a bill in equity in this city to foreclose a mortgage for $1,600,000 on the South ern Maryland Railroad Company and asking for an injunction and the ap pointment of a receiter. The trust company, by this suit, desires to ob tain possession of the road and thus secure itself against loss. The road, which has for its termini Washington and Point Lookout, Md., is in an in complete state and is only operated between Brandywine, on the Balti more and Potomac railroad, to Me cbanicsville. The president of the road is Mr. L. O. Hine, of this city. The plaintiffs allege in their bill that on January 1, 1881, the defendants, to complete their road, gave to them a deed of trust or mortgage on the road for $1,600,000 to secure the pay ment of interest at six per cent, on bonds to that amount issued by them and payable January Ist, 1911. The plaintiffs endorsed the bonds and became responsible for their payment. The interest was to be paid semi-annually—July 1 and January I—every year. According to the agreement, in the event of the railroad company's defaulting in the payment of the interest on the bonds three months after it became due, the mortgage was to be foreclosed if half the holders of the bonds so desired. It is alleged that $1,067,000 of these bonds, which were authenticated by the trust company, were sold. The plaintiffs allege that the company has defaulted for more than three months in the payment of the interest after demand was made for payment, and hence the suit is filed. A similar suit was also filed yesterday in Baltimore. The object of two euits is to prevent the company from disposing of any of its property and franchises before inquiry is made into the suits. The counsel for the trust company are Butler, Stillman and Hubard, of New York. — Washington Post. t&~ Notwithstanding much is said about the importance of a blood-puri fying medicine, possibly tbe matter has never claimed your serious at tention. Think of it now I If, by us ing Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, you avoid scrofula, and transmit health to your offspring, thank us for the suggertion. SA. New England rum, shipped from the wharves of cultured Boston, is landed upon the shores of distant Africa, and no one need inquire why tbe heathen rage. Sending a thou sand barrels of rum to one mission ary is truely an unequal proportion of devil and salvation, and is liable to fill the savage mind with perplexi ties ns to just what a “Christian na tion" it. Call back either the rum or tbe missionaries, and give the heath ens a chance, is the pertinent advice of the Chicago Advance. 11 Hough on Cougha." Ask for “Rmigli on Coughs, 11 for Coughs, Colds, Hors Throat, Hoarseness. Troches 16c; liquid, 150. "Rough on Rat,.'’ Clears out rata, mice, roaches, flies, anti, hed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15c. Druggists. llearl Paint. Piilpllalion, Dropsical Swellings, Dlsslness, Indigestion, Headache, Sleeplessness cured by ‘•Wells’ Health Renewer.” "Roush on Comt." Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns, 1 ' 15c. Quick, complete cure. 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Liquid 35c. "Rough on Itch." “Rough on lleh" cures humors, eruptions, rlng-wurm, letter, tall rheum, Boated feet, cbillhlaius. The Hope of the Nation. Children, alow in davelopment, puny, scrawny, and delicate, use “Wells’ Health Renewer." Wide Atcahe three or four hours every night coughing, (let immediate relief and sound rest hv using Wells’ “Bough on Coughs." Troches, 15c ■ Balsam, 25c. “Bough on Pain" Ponmeed Plotter; Strengthening, improved, the best for bark ache, pa.ns ia chest or tide, rheumatism neuralgia. To Iks Vsrnsn. Owing to decline in coat of material, 1 ass glad to announce that there will be a cocrea tion ring,eduction in tpe price of all the dif ferent branda of Q. Oher A Sons Co.’* high standard Fertilisers, tbe quality guaranteed to be as usual. Jxo M. Lloyd. ADVICE TO KOniEKA. Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with (tain of catting teeth t If so, send at once and gel a bottle of Ha*. Wikslow’s Soothikii Stanr eon CitiLnaea Tkkthino. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about It. It cores dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach sed bowels, cures wind colic, soft ens tbe gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. Ha*. WiKgLuw’a Soorniso Hrscr roa Chil oaaa Tsarmxo ia pleasant to (ba taste, and ia the prescription of one of the oldest and best female nurse* and physicians in the United States, and ia for sale by all druggists hroughont the world. Price 35 cants a hol lo. The Arabs Niter Surrender.— As at Tsb and Tamai, cays an army correspondent, the wounded Arabs refused to be made prisoners, and great caution had to be exercised in moving about the field, not only to avoid the covert stabe dealt by the bleeding Arabs, but the rushes and cute of the fanatics who shammed death in order that they might the more sorely get the chance of bury ing their weapons in one of ns. Exploring along this way a party of our soldiers came upon six dead and four wounded Arabs lying under a busby dwarf mimosa tree. The soldiers had an interperter with them, and the Arabs were called upon to surrender and come out. That they said they could not do; would the soldiers therefore come and take them. The four wounded men still held their spears in their hands. “Very good,” said our soldiers, “pat down your spears, and we will see that you are well treated, and do all we can to cure your wounds.” The answer of the four Arabs came fierce and concise: “Put down our spears, infidel dogs I Bv God and the Prophet, never!” There was a crack of Martini-Henrys. You can guess the reet. It was again, as at Teb and Tamai, almost impossi ble to take prisoners, and we secured but two of their wounded alive. The third prisoner, I assisted to bring in, but he Vashardiy a capture, for the man gave himself up. He had a Remington and over 100 rounds of ammunition. His story was that be had been forced into the Mabdi’s army. He was glad to escape from them, he declared, and I must say the fallow looked cheerful at being taken. A trooper of the Nineteenth conduct ed him to Oen. Stewart. He was our one unwoanded prisoner I Look to Your Cellars,— I The whole country is now engaged in con sidering the possibility of too cholera being introduced among us, and are engaged in devising the ways by which to avoid its hold upon ns. Perhaps one of the most important to be looked after is the cellar. Every model cellar should be well lighted, properly ventilated and always dry. There conditions should be always present. In addition to these, cer tainly once every year, there should be a thorough and complete renova tion of this apartment. The best way to accomplish this is for every movable thing in the cellar to be taken out and thoroughly aired. Many of these things will need to be washed, and special care should be taken that they are not returned to the cellar until they are properly dry. If they •an be allowed to remain out in the sun for a few days, the trouble will be more than repaid by theirsweet, clean ly appearance. Especially must veg etables be carefully overhauled. They should be picked over by hand, and only the sound ones be returned to the cellar. There is little danger of too much care in this particular. Again, all specks of mould, whether upon the ground or walls of the cellar, must be scraped off and removed. .If the bottom of the cellar, 'must Tie cemented it should he washed up, also the walls, and in addition, the latter should receive one or two coatH of whitewash. If, however, the floor ia simply of loose dirt, then a fraction of an inch in depth over the entire sur face should be removed. Under no condition whatever should standing water be allowed in the cellar. To allow this is suicidal, and to attribute a death in the family under those cir cumstances to the providential deal ings of Qod is blasphemy. We strong ly emphasize the importance of speedy attention to this matter. f(oslErcit£ In order to enrich the blood, and Urns impart frrih vlprnr to an enfeebled system, stimulate flagging digestion with the national lovtgorant, Hostetler's Stomach Bitten, which, by InfUalng energy Into the operations of the stomach, promotea, nay, insures thorough digestion and asaimilaUon and consequent nutrition. A gain to appe tlle, rigor and flesh, la invariably foundto follow n course of this deservedly pop alar tonic, which ta, moreorar a rollout! preventive of malarial fevero. For onto by nil Druggists sad Dealert generally. FOR THE SENATE. Editors of the Beacon—Gentlemen—Please announce J. ROW IN GOAD, Esq., os a can didate to represent St. Mary’s county in the next Feusto of Maryland. Mr. Coed is well known throughout the county and will be earnestly supported by his many friends of the sccoud district. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. Messrs. Editors-If Francis V. Kino will consent to lie a candidate for a seat in the next House of Delegates, he will receive tho earnest support of the Sixth District. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Mr. J. J. Alvey, a veteran in Ihe democratic ranks, ia respectfully announced ns a candi rate for a seat in our Levy Court. He de doves and we believe will'receive the tamest nspport of business men. Democrats. n 22, 1885—te. FOR CLERK. Messrs. Editors;—You will please announce J FRANK PORDes a candidate for the Clerk ship oftheCircuit Court of St Ma-v’sCounty, and say that his record in the 1 -charge of hit dalles, will justify the belief tout the peo ple of the county, irrespective of party, wil give him a hearty support. 4th Elbctioh District. Feb. 6, 1888—ta. A Marvelous Story • nunmunu • j FROM THE SON S TorM>rt.WcT “ OttUUmm: Mj father render at O lover, VL H* baa been a great snfisror from Scrof ula, and tbelaoloeed latter wIU teU jou what smamlowaOeet Ayers Sarsaparilla 1 hat had la tale cose ehlnk hit Mood matt bare sod talced ' • Junior for at laaot tow years; but It d< . show, eseept In th* form of a eerofolo’ a oo b* wrist, util aboo* in ysais r From a lew epota whleh ap- , peered at that ttme.lt gradually apread ao aa to eorer hie entire body. I aeioreyon heerae terribly afflicted, and an objeot of pity, when he began using your medicine. Now, there are few men of hie age who enjoy aa good health at ha baa. I could eaaily name fifty pereona who would taetlfy to the facte In hie oaae. Town truly, W. M. FMSLUn." FROM THE FATHER: SJKS a duty for me to elate to you the benefit I hare darired from the net of , Ayer s Sarsaparilla.' (Ii montbe ago 1 wee completely cowered with a terrible humor and acrofaloua eorer. The humor caueed an Inoeeeant and Intolerable Itching, and the ekln cracked to aa to canee the blood to How In many placer whenever 1 moved. My .offering. were great, and my lire a burden. I commenced the nae of the BaaearaaiaLa In April laat, and have need It regularly tinea that time. My oedition began to improve at once. The ~ all healed, and I feel perfectly well in every being now able to do a good dayt work, although 73 yearn of age. Many Inquire what baa wrought each a cure to my care, ami I tell them, at I bare here tried to tall you, Avaa'e gauaaraiu.a. Olover, VI., Oct. fit, Utt. Yours gratefully, Bibam PHiLura. 1 ' i Ami BAasaraaiu,a curee Scrofula wad all fierofUlena Complaints, Wrytlp alae, Kcsems, Ringworm, Bio taboo, fioraa, BoUa, Twmore, and Eruptions of the Skin. It clean the blood of all Impo ntlee, aide digestion, atlmulatea the action of the bowela, and thua reatoree vitality and atrangthena the whole system. | ntraiun ■ 4j Dr. J. C. Ay *p & Co., Lowell, Mm*. Infield by all Drugglaia; fit, ala bottler for 8R I TO THE FARMERS AND PLANTERS o m .a. r yjl A. IN 3J. Being required, in the couraeofourbusl neae aa Commission Mrrohanta and Agent* lor the Fanners and Planlera, lo furniah them with auch Fertlliiera aa may be selected rom the many varieties offered on Ihe mar ket, we have been induced, after aa thorough an investigation of the subject aa scientific research, aided by the knowledge gained (rom practical experiments in our own agricultu ral purtuita can accomplish, 10 have manu factured from our own special formnla the following brands of Fertilizer, which we be lieve to contain in combination all the necea anry elements lo produce a complete manure, and we confidently recommend them to our frienda and the general public. The J&Pculean JDoLacca 2f>eHil- Prepared especially lo promote the GROWTH AKD (ARY RIPENING of the Plant and peculiarly adapted lo the soil ot the Tobacco growing sections of the Bute will be put tip in 200 lbs. bags, each branded with Ihe Trade Mark of which the preceding cut ie a facsimile; and Ihe follow ing analysis which is guaranteed. Ammonias, 3 to 3J p. c. Available Pho. Add, 6to 8 “ Snip. Potash, 6 “ The Ktlrlcd Ammeniated Befit Pfusph ,t or Wheat, Corn and other crops; contains all the necessary ingredients to meet the require ments of such crops, and at Ihe same time sup plies to the soil those elements which, having hern exhausted in the prod tiou of the crop, must necessarily he restored y artificial means in order to maintain its ter ity. It will analyte: Ammonia, 2 to 2J p. c. Available Phos. A< < 1,8 to 10 “ Actual Potash, Ito 3 “ And will be furnished to the Farms' .ta price to compote with any goods same standard on the market. We are also prepared lo ply yon with Aeid-Phoepkate, /Meeolved Bone, and other material for making compost, at as low fig. urea as they can be bought on the market. fiolicitiug your orders and referring you to our general business card. We reman. Very Respectfully, Ac., V DUDLEY A CARPENTER FOE THE SENATE. Messrs. Editors— Please announce Dr. R. P. BLAKSTONK aa a candidate for the next State Senate and say if he will consent to serve he will receive tlie support of a large mass of the voters. Piofl*. April 10, 1884. - FOR CLERK. 1 announce myself as a candidate for Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the democratic party. J. SIMMS FENWICK. Jvn 18, 1885—te- FOR REGISTER OF WILLS. Please announce CHAS. B, WISE as a can didate for Register of W'ills, subject lo the action of the democratic party. He will re ceive Ihe earnest support of the 2nd and Bth districts. Feb 12 1885—te, FOR CLERK' ~ Messrs. Editors.—Please announce Mr. W. F. KOHD, of tho Blh district, as a candi date for Clerk of the Circuit Court, and say that he will be warmly endorsed by IiBOHABDTOWB District. March 22nd. 1883. wanted! A FIRST-CLASS - ffHBBLWRIGHT.— Good wages. Apply immediately u> T. J. YATES, St. ini goes' Y, IB,IBB*-tf. hewHqme 0-o^93^ pililsp * CN. ,rittr *, OUTOF ORDER, NO EQ uAU ffiWHSi*ai M 0 .UNION SQUARE NEWYORK. C,*' c *<?o b?-AAfv ILL. "mass. GA. * FOR SALE BY J j T. M. CA MALIER, Agent, Leonard town. Real Estate Notice. PERSONS wishing to buy or sell land in Ft. Mary’s county, Maryland, will con sult their true interests by communicating with FENWICK A HAMMETT at Leonard lown, fit. Mary's county, Maryland, os the undersigned have mads arrangements to give this branch of business prompt and special attention. JOHN F. FENWICK, DANL. C. HAMMETT Nov 28 1883— If. THE BALTIMORE WEEKLY SUN. TBS BUT TAMILT NKWSPAPKR. TBI'BT WORTHY IN ALL TlllNlig. AN IPITOMS OT TBS world’s NrWH. TIIK CHOICEST OSH OP LITSBATCBI. 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LEMMING, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Furnaces, Parlor Heaters, and Ranges, Far ■tier Girl a speciality. Oil Stove Refrigerators. 233 W. Pratt Street, West of Sharp, BALTIMORE. Stove repairs constantly on hand. repairing promptly attended to. Also, Roofing, Spouting and Plumbing in all ite bronchra. Full line of TIN WARE con stantly on hand. March 13, 1884—y. S. E. VMrTT, LEONARDTOWH'. MD. MANUFACTURER OF Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin Roofing, Guttering and spouting All kinds of Stove* and Heatera Repaired. STOVE PIPE and ELBOWS alwayson band. A 100 t FRUIT caws per foot put up g and'Spouting at 12 cents J tkUuN LARA GINS, with lop. fit Ji teat a Piece. Ma. Guttering *nd Spouting at 12 cent per foot put up. March 1,1883 JOHN M. LLOYD Agt., ROBERT OBER, JNO. A. HAMBLETON, J. K. OBER, Pbuioibt. . Vicb-Pbbsidibt. Sbo't abo Tbbab G. OBER & SONS CO. MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OP TUB 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 Pou t. BATIMORE. March 6, 1884—tf. , M , - /\ t * "A jf. IMPORTED EXCLUSIVELY BY THE Equitable Fertilizing Company, BALTIMORE, MD. We are manuferlureri of the popular bmnd> EQUITABLE Ammonified Soluble Bone Phosvhate, O.K. do do do ROSE Bone Phosvhate. J Y. (AiMAUKK, Agent, St. Clement’s Bay, Muiyland. April 2, 1885—6m* mJ imlm mJ3 SHINGIESLATHS, PICKETS, SASH, MDRS,BI(IHDS, 4. BRICKS,LIME &c. 4 m 111 HTfP fciffi 1 lllliflb- ’ jn'iumiiyuii.M.iaA r-. DEPOT FOR_ STATIONERY! T) the regular stock of stationery hare just been added tbe following sty tee o * french Qosdrille.Marcne Ward, Handspnn Cream Wedding and U. 8. M. leonakdtown news agency. July 17, 1884. ' Air Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of nun od beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang I.iniincut. A, CARD. WE beg lo announce that we bare made a change in our buaineae by tbe em ploy ment of Ml*. E. O, MEAIS, Patuxskt Oi/t, Charles County, Md. aa our tobacco aalesma" Mr. Bias ia a widely-known and popu 1 merchant in Charles, where he baa ach i ■ succena by hia industry and energy, ana ing been for years engaged in handling tc coaea bnver, he is well-fltled (Or hia ne* liea. lie will give hia paraonal attention to t. e in spection and sale of all tobacco that may be consigned to os, and we trust that the com bine Mon of energy, indosliy and fair-dealing will add materially lo the mutual Interests of our cualoraera and ourselree. Respectful ly soliciting patronage, FRAB. NEALE& SONS, II6S. Charles St. j- Jan 38, 1880—8*.