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Democratic Messenger.
LITTLETON DENNIS. EDITOR k PC*.' .ISHER
Snow Hill , Md., July 23d , 1881.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Comptroller of tlic Treasury,
HON. THOMAS J. KEATING.
Tub President is now thought
to have passed the crisis, and his
recovery is regarded as being cer
tain. To-day he enters upon the
fourth week since he received his
wound, and with still stronger
hopes ot lile. This day three
weeks ago his lile was despaired of.
His suffering since has been in
tense, but his eudurance has been
equal to the task, and he still lives
and the couutry begins to believe
that it will be spared the shock
that would result from the death
ot its Chief Magistrate.
lx is from Wilmington, Del.,
that the news comes of an outrage j
upon a negro who was made drunk
and helpless and his landlord then
for sport, tied his feet and hunds,
bound him to a post by a rope
around his neck, gave his head,
face and hand* a coat of white
wash and removiug a part of his
•lothing applied the lime to his
person. The negro was so stupid
ly drunk as to be helpless, and
besides the discomfort his eyts
were injured by the lime before
the coating was removed b} a
policeman. The perpetrator of
this act was astraightont Repub
lican and had been a deputy pro
vost marshali during the war.
We mention this fact lest Mr.
Dawes might get up in the Senate
next year, or Mr. Cockling should
he ever get back—and locate this
incident in Mississippi to point the
moral of Democratic depravity in
the solid south.—Lancaster Intelli
gences
There was a break at Albany
last Saturday which resulted iu
the election of Hoc. Warner Mil
ler to fill the vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of Mr. Piatt.
The contest lias been waged since
the election of Miller between the
factions of the Republican party
to choose a successor to Mr. Conk
ling. Coukling's liiends, the
stalwarts, insist be shall bo his
own successor, while the Half-
Breeds are equally as earnest an d
say he shall not be. So it stands
at this writing, with all the
chances iu favor of Conkling’s de
feat—horse, foot and dragoon. It
is alleged that the contest will
likely end this week, either in ad
journatnent or in the choice of a
successor to Mr. Conkhng.
Miller is at present a member of
the House ot liepreseutatives, and
duiing the last Congress when pa
per rose in price to a very high
figure on account of the low state
of water preventing the running
of the couutry mills, and Congress
was petitioned to reduce the duty
on the foreign article, he took oc
casion to oppose the reduction al
though it was advocated by all the
leadirg Republican organs in the
couutry, among which were the
Philadelphia Press and Bulletin,
and the New York Times, Tribune
and Herald. All these pnpers
then denounced Miller in language
that was neither refined nor polite,
as a demagogue and unworthy a
seat in any legislative body. Mil
ler was one of the most extensive
manufacturers of paper from wood
pulp in the cowrtry, and k&pt his
steam mills going all the time, and
was making money at a rapid rate
while the prices were high. Not
content with delaying action, he
actually went before the commit
tee ns a lobbyist himself to defeat
the reduction. Being himself a
member of the committee had lie
been a man with any kind ot
modesty he would have been satis
fied with recording his rote in
the negative. But Miller actual
ly assumed to legislate for his own
aggrandizement wherein he added
expense to every one who pur
chased a bo< k or read a news
paper; ciring not for his consti
tuents so that he pul money in
his own pocket. Being rich and
having akeady a monopoly of
the wood pijtp trade in his sec
tion he might well have abstained from
the lobby. And this is the kind of man
that is now elected to fill the seat in
the Senate once occupied- by Silas
Wright, William H. Seward and Gen
eral Diz.
WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLE6E.
Increase of boarders 100 per eent. within
three years. Two decrees conferred, or se
lect courses. Buildings large, modern con
veniences. Beautiful, acre s b'e city. 4.*>th
year begins Sept. Bth, 1881. For catalogues
address.
Rev. J. M. WILLIAMS, A M , Pres’t,
jut. 1G 2m] Wilmington, Del.
Episcopal Female Institute,
WINCHESTER, VA.
REV. J. WHEAT. D. D., PRINCIPAL.
This is h chartered Institute of the highest
grade, with a full corps of well-qwtlilied
teachers. Especial facilities are afforded lor
thestudv ot Music, the Modern Languages,
etc. The terms are moderate compared
i with the advantages enjoyed. The location
in the “Grand Valley of Va.” is noted for
heallhfuluess. The eighth session begins
Sept. Bth, 1881. For circulars address the
Principal References—The Bishops and
clergy ot V* , West V*., Kiston and Md.
Notice to Creditors.
THE subscriber hereby gives notice that
he hath ■ btained front the Orphans'
Court for Worcester County letters of ad
ministration upon the estate of
ELIZABETH HOLLAND,
late of said couuty, deceased. All p-rsons
having claims against the said estate are
hereby warned to exhibit the sitne. wi-h
the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on
, or before the 23d day of January, in the
| year 1882, otherwise they may by law he
excluded from all the benefits thereof.
Samuel k. dennis,
Administrator.
Test: GEO. T. BRATTEN.
July 23 3t. Register ot Wills.
PAPER BAIgllBl&TIIDOV SBAfiES
HOWELL & BRO’S,
MANUFACTURERS OF
WALL PAPERS,
PHILADELPHIA, HA,
HAVE A BRANCH STORE AT
260; West Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE, MO.
And being the only Manufacturers in the lat
ter city, are prepared, wtih theirlargestock,
to offer goods at prices that defy competition.
Sample books sent to Country Mercliams
free of charge
WITSHDOW SHADES
of everv quality and variety at lowest prices.
A|>r.l6-3m.
ML LTBU L PINIOU*. OF LYHII, MISS.,
/ * crj /??• s.?
LYDIA E. PIKKHANfi’S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
' is a Positive Cure
for >ll Oio*c Pslnii't t'.mip'ul[lt, >n<t Vtn'.nnui
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It will cun- entirely tl. o worst form fF Com
plaint*, nil ovariantrouble.,ln-ammatlen oc.a Ulcera
tion, Fnllircr r.,i<l MsplMeiiv-its, r.-.tthe consequent
B;>inul Weafevr*-, *r.d I - particularly (ulapi'd to tbs
Clian?e of Life.
It will dleolro anl expel tumors from the r.ternj in
an early st.-.r- c f r. .- :.L T1 • t-n-i. n-y to can
cerous humors there is checked veryspecCilyl y its use.
It removes faliili-.cm, f at,:len-y, destroy-all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bh-ntirir, Henrtr.ches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Dci-rcsaUm and indi
gestion.
That feeling of hearing down, earning pain, weight
and backache, L* always i-ermaneutly cured by its use.
Itill nt all tlnn s and und rall elrruniftanees act In
harmony vrirh the lows that govern th<* female system.
For the cureof Khimy Complaints of either eex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. I*l \KII AM’S VECF.TABLE COM
-I*ol'\ l> is pre;*arrd ot 2-3 and Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price 8L Six la-telesfor Bent by mail
In the form of pills, also lathe form of 1 wages, on
receipt of price, ft js-r box for either. Mrs. Pinkham
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Semi lor pamph
let. Address as above. ilenliun this Atj*er.
Ko family should he without LYDIA E. PISKHASTS
LIVER I ILLS. They cure rouattpatlon, tillicuauvaa,
■ul torpidity of the liver. S 3 cents per box.
W Sold by nJI Druggists, "a*
BUYERS OF CLOTHING
Should Net Neglect to Examine the Stork Display- i
ed on the Tattles of the
Leading and Popular Clothing
House of Philadelphia.
lifi-- ibc wli it You Y'.ni ami Send fur Simple®.
-V. C. YATES & CO.
ledger lhiilding, - Chestnut and Sixth
Best Goods j j p Priced
™ ot mw,k ' ®
Fop $12.00 a Farmer can boy a formula (5201 it) of I’OWEIjL’S
PREPARED CHEMICAIB for WHEAT.
Tbi, when mixed m home, makes ONE TON of SUPERIOR
PHOSPHATE,whioh is equal in plant-life and :is certain of successful
crop production as many of the high-priced Phosphates.
No trouble to mix; no extra expense. Full directions.
I oweU’M Chemicals have been thoroughly tried, give universal satisfaction,
and we offer leading farmers in every state ax reference.
Send for Pamidilet. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
BROWN CHEMICAL* CO., Baltimore, Md., Sole Proprietors.
, r (Powell's Tip-Top Bone Fertiliier.pricc only a ton net cash.
MAJtrtUCTCEXJU of- Pure Hone Meal, Pure Dissolved Rone, Potash, Ammonia,
(and all high-grade Fertilizing Materials.
FERTILIZERS
Annual Appointment
OF
Teachers of the Snow Hill High
School.
The antiual appointment of Teachers
of the Snow Hill High School will be
made on
MONDAY. AUGUST Im, ISBI.
Jt-fT - Applications, which must be in
writing, are invited, aud will be re
ceived up to that time.
GKO. W. COVINGTON,
THOB. /. JOHNSON.
JOHN W. SMITH,
July 23 2t] Trustees.
WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED.
If you intend to get the New Edition °f
Webster'* Unabridged Dictionary,
“DO IT NOW.”
Roc Webster** Unabridged, page 1164, giv
ing the name of each sail, —showing the value of
DEFINITION’S BY ILLUSTRATIONS.!
Tbo pictures in Webster under the 18 wortls,
| Beef, Boiler, Castle, Column, Eye, Horae,
Moldings, Phrenology. Kavelin, Ships,
(pages IH4 nn.l 1219) Steam engine Tim
bers, define 543 words pnd terms.
New Edition of WEBSTER has
118,000 Words. 3000 Engravings,
4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,
Biographical Dictionary
of over 9700 Names.
WEBSTER’S is the Dietionary used my*
in Govern't Printing Office. 1881. WW
Every Slate purchase of DictionariesVl
for Schools lias I-con Webster’s. JEi
Books in the Public School/' of thcVJ
U. S. are mainly based on Webster. JO
Sale of Webster's is over 20 times the
sale of any other series of Diet’s. |9
Thirty-two thousand have Wen put m
in the public schools of the U. 8. JL
Each new edition has become more and ffiPl
more The Standard. Xl
Recommended bv State Rupt's Sehools in b
36 States, and 50 College Pres’ts XV
IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
Published by G. A C. MERRIAM, Springfield, Mas*.
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HULL VAPOR COOK STOVE.
The only Vapor Cook Stove that has stood
the test of yean, and given entiro
and perfect satisfaction.
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Does every description of cooking or other
work heretofore done by theordinary cooking
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Washing, ironing, baking, broiling, fruit
canning, etc., etc., without the insufferable
heat ot the old-fashioned cook stove, and
always ready.
Our " Patent Automatic Safety Can '* rend
ers the use of our stoves ’*j)erfectly safe ” In
the hands of tho most careless or inexperi
enced.
Send for full descriptive circular and prle#
list.—Special inducements to agents in US
occupied territory.—Address,
“HULL VAPOR STOVE COMPANY," W *
Cleveland, (Ihim
Tlotel,
OCEAN CITY, - MARYLAND.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
The proprietor of the “Atlantic” in enter
inf? upon his sixth year at this famous South
ern watering place, beg* to sny that he will
nieke greater exertions than ever to contri
bute to the comfort and pleasure ot his
guests. Tiie improvements made last season
; wore cost!v and extensive, consisting of the
• addition of one hundred new rooms and a
Man lard root, wheteby the capacity of the
house was increased to six bundlei 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 I li.sfom as the rose.” This is the
first time the cultivation of flowers has ever
been successfully attempted at Ocean City.
1 Good Music lias been engaged for the season,
and the Atlantic House “Hops” that were
so popular last year will be a feature of this
season.
HOTEL BOARD :
$2.50 psr hay ; $lO 00 and sl2 50 i*kr week.
The Table will le supplied with the liest
of everything, including all the Salt Water
delicacies, and the proprietor begs to inform
his friends and tile public general!r that he
lias secured the best skill in the culinary de
partment, and the cuisine will be unsur
passed Those desiring circulars or choice
! rooms should write early,
j JOHN tract, Proprietor.
Congress Hall,
OCEAN CITY, - MARYLAND.
NOW OPEN FOR the season.
The great popularity and gratifying suc
cess of Congress Hell list season has induced
the proprietor to increase the capacity of his
hotel by tlie addition oI a three-stoiy wing,
containing sixty well-lighied. large and
airy rooms. Among other improvements are
a new dining-room, bath-houses new bath
ing robes, etc., which will be under I lie im
mediate supervision of the prep riel or. A
rhange lias also been made by 1 lit- liailroad
Company, and trains will set down passen
gers at tile door of the hotel. The hotel is
beautifully situated, being within one hun
dred and fitly feet of the breakers, and com
manding an ocein view from all parts of the
house. Tlte table will be supplied with all
the delicacies of the season, oysters fish,
terrapin and crabs being plentiful. Unsur
passed home comtoits, and everything to
conduce to the pleasure of our guests. Not
withstanding the ni tny improvem -nts, thu
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 nurses, halt price.
Special rates to families.
THOMAS FARLEY, | W.B.R. SELBY,
Manager. Proprietor.
{Seaside House,
OCEAN CITY, - MARYLAND.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SSAS J.V
The magnificent surf bathing is un
surpassed on the Atlantic t oast, while
the remarkable dryness of ihe atmos
phere makes it pleasant and beneficial
for invalids. Having erected Terrapin,
Hard and Soft Crab Pens, and Fresh
Fish, Oysters, Clams, <!tc , 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
i with choice Wines, Imported Cigars,
i Liquors, Burtou Ale, &c. Horses,
Carriages, Phaetons, Boats, Fishing
Tackle, Bathing suits, &c., Ate., always
on hand.
VYe solicit your attendance, and
promise all in our power to promote
your pleasure.
Board per Day, - - $2.00.
Board per Week, $lO 00 to $12.00,
According to location and number
in room,
S. J. MASSEY, Proprietor.
SYNEPUXENT HOTEL,
On the European Plan ,
i OCEAN CITY, . MARYLAND
M. V. B Twichell, Proprietor.
J3P”GUNXING & FISHING. _&FS
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 comfort* of a first class
summer resort. 'Table supplied with
all the delicacies of the season.
Terms.— $1.50 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 ” free of charge. The “ Fair
field’’ will run on Thursdays to Ocean
City, and will meet parties at any
; point on the bay by request.
SCO T T i\: ALLEN, Proprs.
i Postoffice address, Snow Hill, Mil.
_ ...
DELAWARE
JSun|ii|er lyesorW.
VIRDEN HOUSE,
Lewes, Del.
DOUGLASS HOUSE.
Keliobotli, Del.
WILLIAM FELL, - Proprietor.
GUNNING AND FISHING.
J&The Virileii House in open Ihe your
round. Tue Douglas will be ready lor the
reception of guests JUNE 15th.
| Address, for terms and other particulars,
May 14 4i 1 WJI FELL, Leulj, Dei.
STATE OF M VRYLAND
EXF.CUTIRE DEPARTMENT.
proclamation.
Wlirrena by the Constitution of Maryland,
article 14, section 1. providing for amend
ments to the Constitution, it is made the
duty of the Governor to order the publica
. lion of any bill proposing amendments as i
. therein directed.
I *nd whereas the following act of the Oen- |
. eral Assemble, passed n the January ses
s sion, 1880 chapter 417, proposes ar. atnend
, ment to the Constitution, to wit:
e CHAPTER 417.
1 AN ACT to amend section five of article four
e of ihe Constitution of this State.
' Section 1. Be il enacted by the General
j Assembly of Murylatid, three-fifths of all the
t members of the two Houses concurring. Tlia‘
the following section be, and the same is
j hereby, proposed as an amendment to the
constitution of this Stale, and if adopted by
t the leg.il nrd qualified voters thereof as
s herein provided, it shall supersede and stand
r in the place and instead of section five of
article four of said constitution.
Sec 5. After the election for judges ns
j lieiein-before provided, there shall be held in
i this State, in every fifteenth year thereafter,
on the Tuesday after the first MoncUv in
November of such year, an election forjudges
as herein provided, and in case of dea'li,
resignaton, removal or disqualification, by
1 reason of age or otherwise, of any judge, the
r Governor shall appoint n person duly quali
-1 fied to fill said office, who shall nold the
same until the next general election for
members of the General Assembly, when a
‘ successor shall be elected, whose term of
1 office shall be the same as hereinbefore pro
vided, and upon the expiration of the term
of fifteen years for which any judge may be
elect! dto fill a vacancy, an election for his
successor shall take place a* the next| general
election for meuibersof the General Assembly
to occur upon or after the expiration of ihe
said term, and the Governor shall appoint a
person culy qualified to hold said office from
the expiration of such term of fifteen years
until the election and qualification of his
successor.
Pec. 2 And be it further enacted by the au
thority aforesnid. That the said forgoing sec
tion hereby pri posed as hii amendment to the
constitution shall be. at the uext general el
ection to be held in ibis Slate, submitted to
the legal and qutlified voters thereof lor
their adoptior or rejection, in pursuance o r
the direction* contained in article fourte-n of
the constitution of this State aid a! the said
general election the vote on said proposed
amendment to the constitution shall he by
ballot, and upon each oallot there -hail la
written or printed the words "for the con
stitutional amendment,’’ or "agiiust ihe
constitutional amendment,’’ as the voter
sh.-.1l elect, and immediately after Slid elec
tion due return shall be mid- to the Gover
nor ot the vote for and against s id p r op sed
amendin'lit as dinctid by the Said four
teenth article of the constitution.
Approved April 10 1880.
Now. therefore. I. WILLI YM T. HAM
ILTON. Governor of the Slate of Maryland,
do heieby order that the said act of As em
bly proposing an amendment to th-j .consii
tntion us aforesaid be published in two
newspapers to be designated in each county,
where so tinny may be published, and where
not mine than one, in that news piper, and
in three i ewspapers publish' d in the citv of
Baltimore, one ol which shall be in the Ger
man language, ut><-e a week ior at lea-'t three
months pi t ceding the general election to be
held on the H-il d-v i f November n-xt
Given under nty hand and the i-ai Real
of the S at*- nt the c ilv ol Ann pnlis, tl.i-
T■ it day ot July, in the year of our Lord
out tlious.-iud tight hundred and eigtv-one.
W I Lid AM T. HAMILTON.
By the Oovei n>>r :
JAS. T BRISCOE. S.'c'y of State.
Junction & Breakwater, Break
water & Frankford, and Wor
cester Railroads
Jn connection with the
STEAMERS OF 0. 0. S. S. CO- 1
AND
P., W. & B. R. R.
TIVUS'S 1U X DAILY, (Sunday Excepted.)
.1 A B. Rai.rnd.
NORTH. SOUTH.
PAS. FR'T I’AS I*AS. KK'T i'AS.
; STATION'S-
A M. A If IV M. I*. M. PM. r M.
v ! |
7 to 12 42 REIIOROTH, 2 30 5 40
1 730 l: 0" 100 LEW KS, , 220 OIS 30
7 ;;s ] | 12 los NASSAU. , 2oS 002 5 li*
746 U 24 116 COOI.SI’KINC. 2 <‘i *'o .'>l3
75211 34 123 IIARBKSON. i 155 540 5e7
75711 42 128 IWNNCMS,* 149 530 son
SO2 || 50 1: ME3SICK * 141 520 454
51512 20 145 (iEO TOWN. ; 137 510 44s
825 12 40; 157 RttWDEN. ! lit* 140 433
831 12 s*)! 203 ROBBINS.* 109 430 4
840 1 (loj 224 ELLEN DALE, 102 415 420
852 125 209 LINCOLN. 12 IS ;t 55 407
907 1 35 l 235 Mll.l*ol D. *l2 40 345 400
917 1H 247 HOrSTo... • 12 25 315 345
92- 207 300 HAR’XGTON. 12 15 3 0 335
205 ! 625] WIi.M NO T.vJ 935 1 . ~i~os
1 10 7 45 IMIiLAPA, 815 11 45
230 t 9 081 BALTIMORE, 7 251 910
B. At F. and W. Railroads.
NORTH SOUTH.
Alt a m STATIONS- r.M p.m. p. m.
j 5 Co’CIMN'TK'OE,
500 *00: PRANK UN. 0 to' SOO 2 00
510 6 20'STOCKTON. 555 750 1 40
5 20; 6 40'!. KOL’TREK, * 540 740 1 21
• SCAitBoKO,* '
545 740 SNOW HILL, ! 515 715 12 25
557 800 WESLEY. 445 7 00: 1210
610 825 QI'KPOS'CO, 430 650
POPLAR,* 1145
630 900 BERLIN, 400 630
i t'R'JiOSHIP,* 1185
645 925 SIIOWELL S, 340 Hls 1110
700 10 00 SELBY V11.1.E, 325 600 -X 104 S
71210 20 KR’N'KKORD, 300 540 ' 1040
718 10 40 DAUSBoKO, 245 533 * 10 20
733 II 05 MILLSROBO, 220 518
STOCK LEY.*
8 10, 1 21.UEOTOWN, , 145 450 945
•Flag Station*.
(Train run* Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
{Train ruu* Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
Train* on J. k B. Railroad connect with trains
on Delaware Railroad at Harrington, thus allowing
passengeus logo North irr South on same day.
The train tearing Harrington at 12. 15. P. M.
1 make* close connection with Steamer at Lewes for
; New Turk at 3P. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
1 Trains North and Sonth make elose connection
with trains on B & K. and W. Railroads.
The train leaving Georgetown at 9, 45 A. M. for
Franklin City connects with Steamers from New
, York on Tuesdays. Thursil|>.v* and Saturday*
Train leaving*Georgetown for Franklin Cltoat 4 50
P.ll runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The Steamer Widgeon runs daily between Chin
coteague and Franklin City.
A BROWN, GEN. PASS. AGT.j
THOMAS GROOM, Supt J k B R R.
1 .r. L MAPES, Supt. B. &F. and W. R. R-
I rpiJIE TABI4E OF THE WICOMICO AND
1 POCOMOKR K. ft.
SUMMER A nlt A X GEM EXT.
Commencing Monday. June 23.. 1579, trains will
rundailo us follows, .Sundrys erupted :
TRAINS MOVING EAST.
No. I. No. 2. No. 3.
A. M. P. M. 1. M
Leave Salisbury ...800.... 2no 5 45
Pittsville. S 25 2 30 5 op
Whaicyriltc .8 35 ... .2 55..••••5 25
St. Martin's 8 45 3 15 OfO
Berlin 9 10 3 50 6 15
Arrive Ocean City.,.. 930 415 630
TRAISS MOV ISO WEST.
A. M A. M. PM.
Leave Ocean City 6 00 319
Berlin 6 30....9 30 340
St. Martin's 64U 9 45 3 50 !
1 Whaleyvi'lr 650..-.1000 4 00
Pittsviilc 7 10.. 10 30 4 20
Arrive Salisbury.. 7 40....1! 10.... 4 45
Beside* the abre through train-. Local Trains be
: tween Berlin and Ocean City will run as follows:
Leave Berlin fm tj.van City 5 15 A M. aud 130 P. M.
Leave Ocean City forßcrliulO oO A. M. and 730 |
aud 7 P. M. •
L. Slit WLLLj Pr.:iu.n
DAVID. LAJfDRETH ft SOHB, Philadelphia; Pa,
I THECLARENDON
Cor. HANOVER and PRATT STREETS.
BALTIMORE, Md.
This Hotel lias Changed Hands and
is Under New Management.
Rates, per day. SI.SO to $2 00; Talae Board. $4 per
week. Permanent Guest $5 to $7 per week.
.1 F. OAK ROW, Propr.
I.ste 15 years Prop'r Occicents! Rote!, New York
Ap.lUSm
Mortgagee’s sael
OF valuable
REAL ESTATE!
DY VIRTUE OF A POWER CON-
D tailed in a nior gage Irooi Hetiry F
Mitchell and wife to William Showell,
dated the eighteenth day of June, in
the year Eighteen hundred and seventy
6ve, the undesigned mortgagee will sell
at public auctioo, for cash,
On SATURDAY, JULY 30tb, 1881,
At 2 o’clock p. m ,
in front of Adair’s Hotel in the town of
Berlin, Worcester County Maryland,
all that tract and parcel ol land called
'* Merry Sherwood,” or by wbaeer
name or name* the same may be known
or called, which wan conveyed to the
sai l William Showell bv the said Henry
F. Mitchell and wife by mortgage deed
dated the eighteenth day of June, in
the year 1875 and is tbe sane f*rtu
which the said Henry F. Mitchell at
present reeiJ>s. being situated on the
county rmd Lading from Retlin to
Snow Hill, and adjoins the town of Ber
lin.
WILLIAM SHOWELL
Mortgagee.
Guo. W. FCRN'ELL.
jul 9-4’J Solicitor for Mortgagee,
For OyspojAEio. Nervousness,
Bilious Attacks, Headache, Cos
tiveness, and all Giseases of
the Liver and Stomach.
VStEDaCI’IFOI.Y THS MOST POTiM REMEDY
TO vr CAN HE CSED.
It la no* an hevemse. nod ce-taln’iv
would never he u-":l s- r. plenum sut-.niut- for at-
Coh.-H, I .1 >. ,;y n ~,l jat,lc Family
Med'Clne. which ha-* r?n U"cd for many veur? >•>
l.irsro i. umber of our . ;t!,u wli’i ft- most unfaL
tng ..access in si! the aiovc com [lain. •. Try It.
•25 Cents a Paper, or SI.OO Bottle.
V/ n . E. TH'>nS T V. Proprietor.
Baltimore, Maryland.
E. S. WHITES
62 Lexington Street
4 Doors West of diaries St.,
BALTIMORE,
SPRING "HOSIERY
AND
GLOVES.
Novelties io Col >riug3 nod Designs.
' PH Q CTTC 1 ALLTHE CELEURAT
UUIIOL I O j ED MAKES.
| SPRING AND INDIA GAUZE
UNDERWEAR!
In All Qualities.
EMBROIDERIES, MCKS. NECK
FURNISHINGS. LADIES' MADE
UP WHITE GOODS, ETC.
Our Stock is Large aud Uiietp.
Orders by mail, if upon examin aim a*
home tail to be as respected, we request thei*-
return, and send otlieis in exchange or re
fund Hie uouev at on :e if preferred
How Lost, How Restored!
Just published, a new edition of Dr,
Culverwell s Celebrated Essay on the
radical cure of Speriuatorrhcei or seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Semi nnl Losses,
Imprmmcy, Mental aad Physical Incapacity.
Inipediments to Marriage, etc.; also, Con
sumption, Epilepsy and Fils, induced lv
self indulgence or sexual extravagance, Ac.
The celebrated auihr*r, in this admirable
Essay, clenily 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 eftei tual, by Umars of
wli’cli every sufferer, no in liter whit his
condition may tie. may cure hi nisei I cheap
ly, privately, and radio.,l y,
js&~ This Lecture should he in the hands
of every youth and every m in in the I ind.
Sent under seal, in a plain <-nr< I ape, in
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 lurk. N. Y.
A pi. 16 I* 1 Post Office Box, 4589
_
QTARTLINC
O DISCOVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viotim of youtoiul imprudence causing Prema
ture De-ay, Nervous Debility, Lout Manhood, etc.,
h.iTiug tiled in vaiu every known rem, dy, has dis
covetvtla simple self care, which lie will s'nd FKKK
to his Allow atMreas J. H. KfKVIX
43 lliatliam hi., N. Y.
ELi.ks i.cM at il.is tffic e
(cum WINS BIS?
Victorious at Four World’s Faits
HAS TAKEN 6 GOLD 5 SILVER AND ‘
BRONZE MEDALS. AND 18U
FIRST PREMIUMS.
The rsilroeds of the fr.it il States nd Canada r.i •
in more ECLIPSE MILLS tl an all others
tether. We export mori Ilian ull others ronil.in.
Our Mill is not sold as a che.i|> Mill, hot as tl.ja4i.
Mill in the world, for last lour year * I haver!
received a cent for repairs of any of my mills tl. .
have put ap, and have replac' d several other n
try the ECLIPSE. We nuke if sixes, from S 1
60 feet ilianu ter, from 2 nun to 40-horse power, >
used for pumping from wells, springs, brook. ‘
rivers. Also have POWER V11.1.S lor grin .
grain, shelling corn, saw ing wood, cutting fed.,
etc. I t>irnMi mills separate, or will contract to
whole job, including tower, pomps, pipii g. •t.
plain or ornamental, and wiil guarantee to give a
i-faction, and refer to the following parties, ar.iohi
them:
J. R. Mordecai, I). D. Mallory,
John E. Phillips, James XV. Tyson,
John (Jill, A. B. Morton k Son,
Hon. Jas. A. Gary, Pr. XVm. Stuait,
B C. ilamil!, Capt. XV. I. Burclii
Henry XV Rogers, Edward Lynch,
J W. Harvey, . John R. Long,
$. A man. XX'. S. XX'edgel.
Thomas Ellis, XVn. A. Cunningham,
J C L. Cole, Rev. C. XV. Baldwin,
XX m. Snowden, German Bros ,
Cot. B. F. Tayior, J M Brink let,
James Boyee, Hon. Barnes Compton
Charles J. Baker, Wm. M. Hiss.
1.. H Rot.insod, Samuel Rluck,
Horace Abbott, Hoc R T. Merrick,
John S. Gilman, Register Bros ,
and 72 others.
NONPAREIL FARM ANP FEED MILL,
roa
GRINDING CORN, BONES,* KtC.
Address or call on
JOHN 11. BUXTON & CG
General A|f*’
So. 46 East Pratt street. Baltimore, M
T!ie ECLIPSE has taken the ITrit Prize Mdm
the World’* Fair, ISSO, at Sydney, Australia.
ELLIS & DOWARD
Successors to V. K. Huston,
DEALERS IB
foreign & Jloinrstif IJlarß
ASD MABCFACTCRtt! OF
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAO STON
Mactels, Bureau. Wash Stand, Tabl>
Coutuertoos of ml! Tcinds.
Cemetery Lot Erciosures furnished to ■
SALISBURY, MO.
lde'S by Mail w ill receive •
attention.
V/ILIAIILi;
Real Esta
FORSALE.
2000 Acres of Land in One J
Rare Chance for Capitalists or C
\ LL THAT BODY OF LAND l.vlr
*\ ly in Worcester County, ami p
Wicomico County, Maryland, co
about 2GJO avres in one body aud
as liie
PIKE GROVE 3KTTLEM
is now njfered Jor a*lc upon the nis
able terms.
This •et;,ic lies upon the rneiti cont
from Snow lii.l, the county town
osier County, to Salisbury, ibe
town of Wicomico Co :nty, with .
miles of the former and twelve nr'
latter. It is improved by fire furu
eligibly located aid with. ueceesi
buildings, and hag nine other tens ’
faiily distributed over it. It inu
thtougli i's centre a very gupe
slreanr,, upon which is a will*,
grist-mill, now being run. A*
this noil property is a comfortable
hoti-e and a fair sized lot of group
Inis upon it favorably located a
story Sto -c Louse in which h lairrt
ness is now being done, with a b‘
• shop near by. A lliirtx lior,e po’
d\ portable Steam Saw Mill iD nor
lion on llic fact and will he sold
'the buildings me loc.ilt d coin
good roads H.nl are t f easy acres
400 acres of the line? is under ci
and the balance if in timb.'r from
large pines have been tut, leaving
j xvcodsm b as Gum, Oak Ci pi t
ipiHiriues stiflxcieut lor budding >.
and fencings in impioving the p’
The tract embrace* a variety ol
uj-l-iods being chieliy a light lo.iin
large portion is bl >ck swamp With
soil, and is very juoductive. The •
susx'ej til le of easy drainage and'
in proud, iim) very much ad.ip
growth of trucks and traits; ani l
in e.isy reach of Suow Hill, at xxh
shippers h ve .billy i oliiiuunicatio
vr it it I lit- north:! u niaikets. and t l
t a weel with New Yont by the O.
ion Mie*uu Nhip Co's., ships from 1
it offers rare imiu *cinenis to ihor-.
to glow fiutls an 1 vegetaldes lor
For mote deliuils pe rtictil.itS, p
He., those desiring to purclianc
dress either F. L. ,Xi -Hold .Vi Co
New Jeisey, or their a tut, I*, fi. •
(on lln* piiu.ise.-) Snow Hid. Xld
one disiting to us>t and oXatuilK
upon proper notice, will be met 1
at Snow Hid and conveyed ou a
the premises.
Aug. 11 if.
JOHN. L. NOl '
WITH
HERMAN ELLIS i
WHOLESALE DSALEI
TOBACCOS AND
53 SOUTH CALVERT .n
And 52 Cheapside,
JBA.TLTX2VXOIIS-
JsfrOM Stand of J. S John*
t.' to .x-v. Vgv x. jr* tv.
IMPftOiLi) FAititT / . <'
Nsvkr Gkts n iro.
Can MaPa ant I>:
Ts-jck is
Cir;l viui: *. Cns jiij .
cr R TS
ChiiL ?ri Fetfi. Ci.-iT'- "
! irfr j
Brsprpvii. rV.Tft&T
Nesnl^ui,
Set I XtITOM
H'atli'be. s*£
These F->ds Put S|l Diaveuw hr *
I Noxious Pills, Oils, or Poionoo-' Nir
tnt the StOßi di. Tho P.eis air r>
of the Ftomtch. cavyring tl>c tin
lo the Liver arnt Slmnneh. A j
Tonieis alxorlrd intoHiocinm!*tioe
Liver, purify in thaSM.itlnullti
Kitirv-vi to h'-atlhjr action. an<t f'
Rtomxvhrxtix.-atrivta. Price cr 1
even Sold bv all -'ldgsists,•
or Express.
ilaiiiif:li:m||tN k 41 NoKTI ___
j IfAbUMVttA. .HD. ' ~
For sole by E. W. F. Smith,i
C.nill, Md.

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