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Democratic Messenger.
LITTLETON DENNIS. EDITOR & PUBLISHER
Snow HiU t Md., My 9th, 1881.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Comptroller of the Treasury,
HON. THOMAS J. KEATING.
The Attempted Assassination of
President Garfield.
American journalism is prompt
to chronicle events and comment
on them; bat it hesitates in the
presence of this great crime of
which the Republic’s President is
the victim, in the presence of this
great misfortune of which the
American people must bear, after
all, the hardest burden.
Theshoteped by the asssssin,
madmtn, political conspirator,
whatever or whoever he may be,
struck home, not only where aim
ed at the individual, but at the
fame of our Republic, at the repu
tation of. our republican icstitu
tions.
To-day the thoughts and sym
pathies of the people are with Mr.
Garfield and his afflicted family.
There is not in any household,
anywhere over the length aod
breadth of the land, the absence of
some sign of grief and horror,
though it be but io the lowered
tone aod saddened eyes of the mil
lions who are mourning the na
tional calamity.
The idea of partisanship is lost
In the general feeling of bereave
ment. It is a President struck
by an assassin, not a political lead
er, that is before the mental vision
of this whole laod’s population.
Americans follow now with a
pure national feeling the career of
this remarkable man, true type of
an American, rising from obscure
toil through a succession of intel
lectual triumphs to the position of
highest honor within the gift of
his countrymen.
They recognize that, the merit
of it, the honor of it, aud they see
beyond that the supreme sadness
of this untimely passing away—it
pass away he must—of their Presi
dent by the blow of an assassio.
But, as we have said, the bur
den of the misfortune falls upon
the nation. The mon irchies and
empires of the old world will point
to these United States and say:
"Behold a Republic that is the
breeder of political assassins.”
It will be in vain to demonstrate
that this murderous woik is that
of a lunatic, or of a personal enemy
stung by some fancied slight of the
Administration, and that it has no
political significance whatever,
They will point to the unhappy
pagw in our history that records
the assassination of President
Lincoln and from that to this simi
lar ealamity, aod will argue that
self-government can be neither suc
cessful cor popular if it involves
the assassination of two Presi
dents nearly within sixteen years.
Let us, however, in our own
land, believe and give proof of it
hereafter, that there is no political
significance in this fearful crime.
We hav6 enough of political
scandal without making our form
of government responsible tor the
nwirderous deeds of madmen who
seek a conspicuous victim for their
frenzy.
It is trae that the violence of
partisan warfare, the bitterness
with which the wurs of factions
are being waged, may have the
effect of concentrating the halluci
nations of lunatics into the direc
tion of partisanship so that the
method of tbeir madness may take
the form of political assassination.
That is, no doubt, the secret of
the impulse under which this as
sassin, Guifeatu. did the deed that
threatens to shroud our laud in
mourning.
If so, the moral appeals to our
Americanism to begin now, in
the presence of this horror, the
mission of the purification of our
country.
Tub apprehension that was ft- t
iu some quarters lest the attempt
on the President's life should de
range the business of the country,
has fortunately not been justified
by even’s. There has been no
•uaN t ini weakening of the markets,
and on disposition on the part of
investors to curtail their opera
tions.
■W.LTDUL niniM, OFLYNN. RUSS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM’B
VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
ftrtntkwt Palate! CMaptalate aaS Waakaaaaaa
NwaaH twwwrboat ftaah papwtoMao.
It will core .nttrrly tfca want form of F.m.l. Coe*-
pUlata, all onui&n traabtaa, lnH.nim.Mna and Clma
Moa, telling aad Maplnenai.au, aad U (Manual
■plant Wnlmia, aad to parUnoinrly adapted to ton
Chug. of Ufa.
It win Itowlw utd nprl tumor* from lb. toru ta
aa torty ring* of development. The tendewy to ena
awoiu hamor* there la checked Tciyapeedllyhy lUaaa.
II raaiaaaa faiatneea, Oatoleaey, deatrnyaan enTlaf
far eHiaalaaU. aad reUevaeweakaeae of theetoiaarh.
It caiee Moating, Waartarhaa, Kerroea FroeUaMea,
Oaaaral Debility, (laeplaaaaaaa, Itopnatoa aad ladh
That reeling of hearing dowa. catutag paia, weight
aad haakaeba, la always permanently cared by its nan.
It wIU at all times and under all drenuataaeas sot la
hanaeay with the law, that gorera the female iiyteinx.
Far the ears of Kidney Complaint. ad aMhsr aaa thto
Qua pa and la aaaarpaued.
lt>u k. nitEiiirt Ticrrmi ora.
rSCNtto prepared at SH aad M Western A Tease,
Lyon. Mia Pries $L tlx bottle, for p*. hot by mall
la the fores of ptlla, also la the fora of laaaagae, oa
receipt of price, |1 per bos for either. Mrs. Plntbaae
frsalyaaewera all lrtters of Inquiry. Band for pauph
M. Addrau aa abora. MmtUm Mto Paper.
lie fatally ahaald ha without LTDIA t rnfCKAin
um riUA They sore eoxuttpeUoa, hUloWte*
Md torpidity of the User. rente per bos.
•rSaU by all Proggtota.
fAPER imiI&IiVIIDOV SHADES
HOWELL & BRO’S,
WANrFACTCRXRS Or
WALL PAPERS,
PHILADELPHIA, FA.
HAVE A BRANCH STORE AT
260: West Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE, MO.
And being the only Manufacturers in the Ut
ter city, are prepared, wtih theirUrgetlock.
to offer good* at prices that defy competition.
Sample books sent to Country Merchants
free of charge
WINDOW SHADES,
of ererr quality aud variety at lowest prices.
Apr.lß-Sm.
THE LARCEBT BUCCY MANUFACTORY
IK THE WORLD.
TIIE BEST BUGGY ,?, WORLD
FOR THE MONEY.
flat for OUllofM aad Testimonials of Hundreds of Uverymeß who hsTtossd them.
COLUMBUS BUGGY CO., Columbus, Ona
i ,
mmam—mm
BUYERS OF CLOTHING
i Should Not Neglect to Examine the Stock Display
ed on the Tables of the
Leading and Popular Clothing
• House of Philadelphia.
Describe what You Want and Send for Sample*.
! A. C. YATES & CO.
Ledger Building, • Chestnut and Sixth
I
,
' IBestGoods m ■mi PHtf*
$ HE AY
For $13.00 a Fanner can buy a formula (030 lb) of POWKLL'B
PREPARED CHEMICALS for WHEAT.
This, when mixed at home, makes ONE TON of SUPERIOR
PHOSPHATE,which is equal in plant-life and an certain of suooeesfal
- crop production as many of the high-pricetl Phosphates.
, No trouble to mix | no extra expense. Full direction..
Powell’s Chemicals hare been thoroughly tried, give universal satisfaction,
aad we oilier leading farmers In every state as refereaee.
I Bead for Pamphlet. HEW ARK OF IMITATIONS.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO., Baltimore, Md., Sole Proprietors.
(Powell’s Tip-Top Boae Fertiliser, price only t3O a ton net cash.
UAKVtA CTtmms OF< Pure Bone Meal, Pure Dissolved Boae, Potash. Ammoais,
(and all high-grade Fertilising Materials.
FERTILIZERS
JOHN L. SANDERS,
(FORMERLY OF THE EASTERN SHORE,)
Tonic Beer, Ginger Ale,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC.
Particularly invites the trade of his E. S. friends.
Factory, 217 S. Charles Street,
Api.2-3m] BALTIMORE.
THECLARENDON
Cor. HANOVER and PRATT STREETS,
BALTIMORE, Rfd.
This Hotel has Changed Hands and
* Under New Management.
Rates, per day, $1 tO ta tS 00; Table Beard, $4 par
week. Feraancnt duett |t to |7 par week.
J. F. DARROW, Prepr.
Lite It years Prop’r Oecleental Betel, New York
Apietm
THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO GET
WALL PAPERS
—AMD—
WINDOW SHADES,
IS AT
JACOB MYERS’,
39 NORTH GAY ST.,
Opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall,
BALTIMORE.
Call and see for you riel res, before pa r
chaaing, and be convinced. Country Mer
chants supplied cheap, and WALL PAPER
and WINDOW SHADES put np anywhere
in Maryland. [ap 9 3m
MW'Don’l forget the number, M.
The Popularity Growing with
Astonishing Rapidity,
BUT ITS FAME HAS JUST BEGUN I
THE
Maryland Biscuit Worker
WONDER AND ADMIRATION OF THE
AGE.
THIS MACHINE will work dough hetter,
and produce such biscuit as hare not
been introduced by any other method, in
twice the time. Again, I claim that oread
can be mnde with less lard, because any
biscuit maker is awsre of the fact, that the
better the dough is worked the belter the
bread and the le.j lard it requires Last,
but not least, ws use uo sod* or any such
poisouous ingredients to cause the bread to
’ rise. The effective work and quality of
I l bread produced by the Maryland Biscuit
| i Worker, patented Dec. 7th, 1880, will re
commend itself wherever it has a fair and
impartial trial. I unhesitatingly say that 1
am not afraid to test the assertion thus
made in this advertisement. At any time,
’* proof of the pudning is in chewing the
bag." Tbs public’s obedient serrant,
, JAMES L LEDNUM,
ap.3o-3 Denton, Md.
huja.urountMn.'JlifiiiiM'K ■
■Altlkqtid fiotel,
OCEAN CITY, - MARYLAND.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
The proprietor of the "Atlantic" in enter
ing upon bia airtfa year at thia famoua South
ern watering place, bega to a*y that be will
make greater exertions than erer to contri
bute to the comfort and pleaaure of his
gueata. The improvements made laat season
were costly end extensive, consisting of the
addition of one hundred new rooms and a
Mansard roof, whereby the capacity of the
house was increased to six hundrel guests.
An elegant new Dancing Pavilion looking
directly out upon the ocean was erected, and
new and commodious bath houses were put
up. To these extensive improvements he has
added still other new attractions. The sand
heaps in front of the hotel have been convert,
ed into flower gardens, and the “desert
made to blossom as the This is the
6rst time the cultivation of flowers has ever
beeu successfully attempted at Ocean Gity.
Good Music has been engaged for the season,
snd the Atlantic House “Hops" that were
so popular last year will be a feature of this
season.
HOTEL BOARD :
$2.50 ran dat ; SIO.OO and sl2 50 eat wssx.
The Table will be supplied with the beet
of everything, including alt the Salt Water
delicaciss, and the proprietor begs to inform
his friends and the public generailv that he
has secured the best skill in the culinary de
partment, and the cuisine will be unsur
passed Those desiring circulars or choice
rooms should write eeriy.
JOHN TRACT, Pbopbiktor.
fik.ll,
OCEAN CITY, - MARYLAND.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
The greet popularity and gratifying suc
cess of Congress Hall last season has induced
the proprietor to increase the capacity of his
hotel by the addition o f a three-atoiy wing,
containing sixty well-lighied, large end
airy rooms. Among other improvements are
a new dining-room, bath-houses, new bath
ing robes, etc., which will be under the im
mediate supervision of the proprietor. A
change has also been mnde by the Railroad
Company, and trains will set down passen
gers at tte door of the hotel. The hotel is
beautifully situated, being within one hun
dred-and filty feet of the breakers, and com
manding an ocean view from all parts of the
bouse . The table will be supplied with ail
the delicacies of the season, oysters, fish,
terrapin and crabs being plentiful. Unsur
passed home comforts, and everything to
conduce to the pleasure of our guests. Not
withstanding Ilia m tny iraprovvin-nts, the
popular prices of last season will be main
tained.
Terms—slo 00 and sl2 50 per we k, ac
cording to location. Transient board, $2 50
per day. Children and nurse*, halt price.
Special rates to families.
THOMAS FARLEY, | W. B. R. SELBY,
Manager. Proprietor.
fiou^e,
OCEAN CITY, - MARYLAND.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON
The magnificent surf bathing is un
surpassed on the Atlantic Coast, while
the remarkable dryness of the atmos
phere makes it pleasant anti beneficial
for invalids. Having erected Terrapin,
Hard and Soft Crab Fens, anti Fresh
Fish, Oysters, Clams, &c , being in
abundance, our table will always be
kept well supplied with all those deli
cacies. The repairs on the Bridge
across the Bay having been completed,
passengers will be landed from the
cars near the Hotel door. A fine Ten
Pin Alley, and a Bar always stocked
with choice Wines, Imported Cigars,
Liquors, Burton Ale, &c. Horses,
Carriages, Phaetons, Boats, Fishing
Tackle, Bathing suits, &c., Sic., always
on hand.
We solicit your attendance, and
promise all in our power to promote
your pleasure.
Board per Day, - - $2.00.
Board per Week, SIO.OO to $12.00,
According to location and number
in room,
S. J. MASSEY, Proprietor.
SYNEPUXENT HOTEL,
On the European Plan ,
OCEAN CITY, . MARYLAND
M. V. B Twichell, Proprietor.
Bar stocked with Choicest Liquors.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Scott’s Ocean House,
GREEN RUN BEACH,
WORCESTER CO., - MARYLAND,
Will Open June 28th, 1881.
The House has been newly furnish
ed and completely rennovated, and
affords all the comforts of a first class
summer resort. Table supplied with
all the delicacies of the season.
Terms.—sl.so per day ; $7 per week.
The fast sailing yacht, “ Fairfield.”
Public Landing (six miles from Snow
Hill) every Wednesday and Saturday,
to convey passengers to the “ Ocean
House ” pree of charge. The “ Fair
field’ 1 will run on Thursdays to Ocean
City, and will meet parties at any
point on the bay by request,
SCOTT & AI.LEN, Proprs.
Postoffice address, Snow Hill, Md.
DELAWARE
VIRDEN HOUSE,
Lewes Del.
DOUGLASS HOUSE,
Rehoboth, Del.
WILLIAM FELL* - Proprietor*
GUNNING AND FISHING.
Virden House is open the year
round. The Douglass will be ready lor the
reception of guests JUNE 15th.
Addrtss, for terms and other particulars,
May 14 4m) WM. FELL, Lawxs, Dei.
NE IF AD VER TIS EM EH TS.
OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE!
DY VIRTUE OF A POWER CON-
taoed io a morgtge from Henry P
Miloboll and wife to William Showed,
dated the eighteenth dny of Jnne, io
the yenr Eighteen hundred nod seventy
five, the undersigned mortgagee will sell
at publio auotioo, for oasb,
On BATURDAY, JULY 30th, 1881,
At 2 o’clook p. m.,
in front of Adair’s Hotel in the town of
Berlin, Worcester County, Maryland,
all that tract and paroel of laod oallad
“ Merry Sherwood,'' or by whatever
name or names the aarne may be known
or ended, whioh wee oonveyed to the
said William Showed by the said Henry
P. Mitohed and wife by mortgage deed
dated the eighteenth day of J one, in
the year 1875. and ia the same farm upon
which the said Henry P. Mitohell nt
prevent resides, being sitoated no the
ooooty road leading from Berlin to
Soow Hill, aod adjoins the town of Ber
lin.
WILLIAM BHOWELL,
Mortgagee.
Gen. W. Pobnell.
jul 9-4] Solicitor for Mortgagee,
Waters* Perfection Organ.
Qwen Anne Stylo of Coen*
These means are unrivaled in Tone, Work*
■uashla, Durability and Ftalah. At
the very low prices 1 am selling, there is mo
reason why every cue should not own one of these
beautiful instruments Every organ sold by ms is
fully warranted for ntZ yean to give entire sat
isfaction. A liberal discount to Teachers, Ministers,
Churches and Schools. Agents wanted In
svsrr County. Send far my new Illustrated
Catalogae, Circulars and Testimonials, just out.
Send a postal card and it will receive prompt at
tention. T L. WATERS,
14 Rest 14tta St., New York.
Sign,Housed Decorative
Painting.
Q RAINING
in imitation of ail hard woods done and
warrantrd not to fad* or track.
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS FURNISHED
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
EDW. B4EIIM,
Refer to the Public. Snow Hill, Md.
ESTABLISHED 1700.
C. T. & C. B. Mackenzie,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Carriages Wagon Materials
STEEL THIMBLE SKEINS,
CLOTHS, ENAMELED CANVAS,
Patent Leather, Wheels and Wheel
Stock, Axles, Shafts, Springs, Carriage
Holts, Seats, Moss, Castings, Brushes,
Paints, Varnishes, Damasks, Steel Tire
Tire Benders, Drills and Upsctters, &c.
No. 338 West Baltimore Street,
Api 2 3m] BALTIMORE.
Hint stock.
I offer to iny friends and B&
the public ~T
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
NURSERY STOCK,
CONSISTING Or
Apple, Peach, Pear,
ORNAMENTAL AND SHADE
TREES.
Also, Strawberry, Raspberry and Black
berry Plants, Osage Orange Quicks,
Grape Vines, Ac.
.gW* My Peach consist largely ot yellow,
late canning varieties, and none of my
Stock is injured by cold, as the mercury
here on the Bay Shore did not fall lower
than 3 degrees below zero.
Write for catalogue.
N. BARNARD,
ap 2.3m] Still Pond, Kent Co., Md.
SUPERLATIVE
Baking fiowdef!!
The Best in the World.
ABSOLUTELY PURE!!
The Superlative Baking Puwdrr is the
standard article of the United States for
strength and purity. The best srtiole
for general baking purposes ever intio
duced. It is the cook’s favorite. War
ranted perfectly pure and superior to
anything of the kind now io the market,
for healthfnlnrrs and strength, producing
at all fiuji’B the most delicious cooking.
For sal** by growers, or s*-nt direct by
nmtl on receipt of sii:ty (GO) cents for
one pound can. Sold in cans only. Full
Weight guaranteed. Addirer,
Superlative Baking Powder Co.,
sp 21y] 113 h ambers St., New York.
OF VALUABLE
Real Estate!
DY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF
**tbe Circuit Court for Worcester Coun
ty in Equity sitting cod passed oo the
24th day of May, A. O. 1881, io tbe
case of George W. Coviogtou and Wil
liam S. Wilson. trustees of Elijah B.
Parsons n. Robert A. Ruark, tbe uo -
dersigned Trustee will offer for sale in
front of the Court House door io Soow
Hill, on
TUESDAY. JULY 19,h. A. D 1881,
At 2| o’clock P. M.,
All tbo right title and interest of the
said Robert A Ruark io and to all
those treats or psroels of land lying and
being situated io both Somerset and
Woroestr Counties oo both aides of Di
viding Creek—which divide* the two
Counties aforesaid, iooludiog the im
provements upon said lands and the
mill*, mill pood and mill privileges lo
cated upon said lands sod commooly
ealled “ Johnsons Mills, ’* being the
same property mentioned io a mortgage
from tbe said Ruark to tbe said Parsons,
dated August 25th, A D. 1877, and
reoorded among the land records of said
Worcester County io Liber I. T. M.,
No. 5, folioa 413 and 414, as by refer
ence there-to will appear.
Terms of sale will bo : $75 00 in
cash on tbe day of sale, tbe balaoce of
the purchase-money to be paid ia two
equal instalments of six and twelve
months from the day of sale, sod the
payment thereof to be secured by tbe
bonds of tbe purchaser with sureties to
be approved by tbe Trustee.
WM. 8. WILSON.
June 25-tt>] Trustee.
CovinqT' N & Wilson, Attorneys.
For Dyspepsia, Nervousness,
Bilious Attacks, Headaohe, Cos*
tivenoss, and all Diseases of
the Liver and Stomach.
VUBDECIDRDLY THE MOST POTENT REMEDT
THAT OAK BE CSKD.
Ill* not an Intotlr.itlnj beverage. and certainly
j would never lo ntod a* a pleaMUt aubsNlute for aL
, eofc-.Hr Mlmulenlv but It la truly a valuable Family
I Medicine, which b.* been nerd for many jeer, bjr
I larite numbers of our oltixeoa with the moat arftil,.
■ la Mircaoa In alt tbo above complaints. Try It.
' SO Cents a Papar, or SI.OO a Bottle.
V'W. K. T 110 It .V TON. Proprietor.
' Baltimore, Maryland.
E. S. WHITES'
62 Lexington Street
4 Doors West of Charles St.,
BALTIMORE,
SPRING”HOSIERY
AND
GLOVES.
Novelties in Coloring* and Design*.
mDCCTC \ allthe celkbrat
liUnOL IO ; ED HAKES.
SPRING AND”INDIA GAUZE
UNDERWEAR!
In All Quslilies.
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, NECK
FURNISHINGS. LADIES’ MADE
UP W HITE GOODS, ETC.
Our Stock is Large and Cheap.
Orders by mail, if Upon examination at
home fail to bees respected, we request their
return, and send others in exchange or re
fund the mouey at once if preferred
How Lost, How Restored!
Just published, a new edition of Dr.
Culverwell’e Celebrated Essay on tbe
radical cure of Spermatorrhoea or seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses,
Impotency, Mental aad Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to Marriage, etc.; who, Con
sumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced bv
self indulgence or sexual exiravHgar.ee, Ac.
The celebrated autlier, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years’ successful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured, pointing out a mode of cure at once
simple, certain, and effectual, by means of
wh : ch every sufferer, no matter what his
condition may be, may cure himselt cheap
ly, privately, and radical y ,
Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the Und.
bent under seal, iu a plain envelope, to
any address post-paid on receipt of six
cents or two postage stamps. We have also
a sure cure for Tape Worm Address
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New fork, N. T.
Apl. 16 Iv] Post Office Box, 4&80
STARTLING
DISCOVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful Imprudence causing Prema
ture Decay, Nervous Debility , Lost Manhood, etc.,
having tried in vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple aelf cure, which be will tend FBEX
to hit fbl’ow-enlfcrers, address J. H, REEVES,
43 (laihaM St., N. Y.
m l, ik, (rt,w Kioto Him, nj or tk< *. Jr
Teller. ScroiuU, Cicero, boil,, Pisapiek,
and all l*lowddi-.o Tu-ld toil* Wonder
r-ilrower,mr*(lt<MMt:>th<>||'Mraiit.'t
of hr filth, Head: “ll cowl my ton of Hcrof.
Wlo~—r.Wr. top, Pmintfmltt, O. "It
Wet oaiM ol tiylikolM.”— Krt. T SmUkt. tor-
M ton, PS. Phro 11. *■ E. SELLERS S C 0., m
W Prop - ,. Pitt.kur(*i, Pa. Sold ky DroffuU mod R
ECLIPSE IHP ENGINE.
Victorious at Four World's Fairs.
HAS TAKEN 6 OOLD. 6 SILVER AND *
BRONZE MEDALS. AND ISO
FIRST PREMIUMS.
Tbe railroads of the United Slates and Canada pat
In more LCLIPSC MILLS than all other, put to
yether. We export mere than all other, romhlord.
Our Mill U not (old mi a cheap Mill, bat u the beat
Mill In the world. For last four years 1 bare never
received a cent for repair* °f any of mj mills that I
have pnt up. and have replaced several other mill,
by the ECLIPSE. We make IS vised, from Slt In
60 feet diameter, from 2 man to 40-horse power, and
seed for pumping from wells, springs, brooks and
rivers. Also have TOWER MILLS for grinding
grain, shelling corn, aawing wood, cutting fodder,
etc. I furnish mills separate, or will contract to do
whole job, including tower, pumps.piping, etc.,—
plain or ornamental, and will guarantee to give sat
isfaction, and refer to the following parlies, whohava
them :
J. R. Mordecni, D. D. Mallory,
John E. Phillips, James W. Tyeon,
John Oil!, A. B. Morton A Son,
Hon. Jus. A. Onry, Dr. Wm. Stuart,
D. C Hamill, Capt. W. D. Borchina)
Henry W. Roger*, Edward Lynch,
J W. Harvey, John R. Long,
A- Amin. W. S. Wedgel,
Thomas Ellis, Wm. A. Cunningham,
J. C. L. Cole, R.v. C. W. Baldwin,
Wm. Snowden, German Bros.,
Col. B. F. Taylor, J. B. Brinkley,
James Boyce, Hon. Barnes Compton,
Charles J. Baker, Wm. M. Hies,
L. H. Roblnaod, Samuel Block,
Horace Abbott, Hon. R. T. Merrick,
Joba S. Gilman, Register Bros ,
and 72 others.
XOXPARKIL FARM AMD FEED HIM.,
roe
6XIXOIXO CORK, BOXES, ETC.
Address or oall on
JOHN H. BUXTON St CO.,
„ „ General Agents,
Xo. 46 East Pratt street, Baltimore. Md.
The ECLIPSE has taken the Erst Prise Medal at
tha World's Fair, ISSO, at Sydney, Australia.
elusTdoward,
Successors to V. R. Huston,
DIALERS IS
Jfortigit £ fowsfit Jgtarllu,
AND MAttCFACTVKSRS OF
MONUMENTS. TOMBS, HEAD STONES,
Mantels, Bureau. Wash Stand, Table aud
Countertopa of all kinds.
Csmstery Lot Boclotnres furnished to order.
SALISBURY, MD.
by Mail will receive prompt
attention.
VALUABLE
Real Estate
FO R SALE.
2600 Acres of Land in One Body.
Rare Chance for Capitalist or Colonittt.
A LL THAT BODY OF LAND ljing main-
Jr\ ly in Worcester County, and partly la
Wicomico County, Maryland, containing
about 2600 acres in one body and knows
as the
••PINE GROVE SETTLEMENT,”
is now offered tor saie upon the meat favor
able terms.
This estate lies urn the main county road
from Snow Hill, the county town ot Wor
cester County, to Salisbury, tbe County
town of Wieomico County, wiibin eight
miles of the former and twelve mile* of the
latter. It is improved by five farm ktonxee,
eligibly located ar.d with necessary out
building!), and has nine other tenant houses
fairly distributed over it. It has flowing
through its centre a very superior mill
stream, upon which is a wtU-uppoinitd
grist-mill, now being run. Attached to
this mill property is a ramfertnble dwelling
house and a tair sized lot of ground. It nlso
has upon ii favorably located a good two
story Sto.'e house in which a fairre'ail busi
ness is now being done, with a blacksmith
shop near by. A thirty horse power Rian
dy portable Steam Saw Mill is now ia opera
tion on the tract and will be sold with it.—
The buildings are located convenient In
good roads aud art of easy access. About
400 acres of the tract is under cultivation
and the bnlance is ia timber from which the
Urge pines have been cut, leaving tha bard
wood such as Cum, Oak Cypress Ac., in
quantities sufficient for building material
and fencings in improving tbe property.—
Tbs tract embraces a variety ot soils, tbe
uplands being chiefly a light loam, whilst a
large portioo is black swamp with clay sab
soil. and is very ptoductive. Tbe whole is
susceptible of easy drainage and is readily
improved, and very much adapted to the
growth of trucks and fruits; and being with
in easy reach of Snow Hill, at which point
shipper/h Te lailv communication by rail
with the northern markets, and three times
a week with New York by the Ul4 Domin
ion SteatuShip Co's., ships from Lewes, Del.,
it offrrs rare inducements to those who wish
to grow fruits and vegetables for market.—
For more definite particulate, price, terms
etc., those desiring to purchase wiH ad,
dress either F. L. Multord A Co., Millville-
New Jersey, or tbeir D. H. Straugba,
(on the premises) Suow Hill, Md., and any
one desiring to visit and examine the land,
upon proper notice, will be met by the agent
at Snow Hill and conveyed oo and shown
the premises.
Aug. 14 tf.
JOHN. L. NOCKT
WITH
HERMAN ELLIS & CO
WIIOLESALR DEALERS IN
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS.
AX SOUTH CALVERT STREET
And 53 Cheaptide,
BALTIMORE. MU.
,jMP*Old Stand of J. S Johnson A Co.
IMPROVED PATE.IT LIVER PAD I
K*vta Grrt lUbd.
Cab Mass ass Dsarase. Lass
Twice as Lose.
Bistuai Owsl sriUest finggtag tbs SysMS.
. EX* £*'* 41 Wssasrs hr AtarvUm. He
noxious Pills, Oils, or Poisonous Sladicioesare taken
Into the Stomach. The Pads are worn ovrr the pti
of the Stomach, covering the Great Nerve CeatraX
also the Lrver*and Stomach. A gentle VectaMo
Tonic i s absorbed i ntn theci. outalloa of the Blood and
Liver, purifying the Blood. *timu letiß the Ltverand
KHn vs to healthy action. aiHt ftreturtheains tha
Stomach to direst fond. Pur* er Pane ft add U
bach. Soup t all Ai.caatsTs.or seat by Md
Sr f- xpress.
Basssasrsi* 1 * k 41 L,wrr
For sals by R. W. F. Smith.Druggist,Snow
Hill, U 4. Oct. IB.ty

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