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From Arthur’s Home Magazine.
Whew the Year Liei Dead.
nr. H. BTACFFKR.
feeling* of dread %
We stand by the bed
Where the year lies dead ?
Ashontanda cheer!
We turn from his bier
greet the young year.
Thus Time" passes by,
We laugh and we cry,
And ho|>e runs high.
‘“We destroy—and make;
We ptomise—and break;
We refold—and take.
We true,
We*negle<ft— and do;
Wq are glad—and rue!
We are strong—yet weak j
We forbear—yet wreak!
Ob, wi# da tee fail
Is God not our friend ?
And will tie not lend
! ' Us strength to the end?, -> IA
t o oi owJ-itUof ' ?r ■ i-, , f
He has promised, and wilft
So, faint heart be still,
UHGRTHML
WORK FOB DECEMBER, v
There is nothing that caa l>e done in
the open garden during this month;
but where the farmer has provided
himself with frames and glasses, the
follewin^suggest'ions may be useful:
Every idihTday Udfco vdr the frames
in whi<i are growing.
Prop upthe frames a trhort distance,
but do aot take them ofi r entirely. In
the afternoon let down the glasses and
cover aliup carefully with mats for the,
night/’--
Sow lettuce seed in frv ones. If you
have any lettuce plants j rrowing on a
warm border, protect ther a with a light
covering, of straw and bn ish, but not
sufficietiftfte choke them.
All the seeds of small salading may
be sowto in hot beds,- taking care to
give the plants air in mild weather, and
covering them of nights wi ith mats.
If the soil of the gard< ;n is of h
heavy,.texture and the season prov eg
to be an open one, much a<h *antage may
be derived from dressing the beds heav
ily withjhanuro, spading the soil deep
ly, but leaving it rough, so as to expose
the largeirpossible surface to the action
f Farmer', ;
Kf you invest your money i in a good
(farm and'4o' jibt cultivate it w ell, it is
>the same as marrying a good wife, and
.so enslaving her as to crush 1 ter ener
gies and br#a| her heart.
~0 , 810, POTATO. ;
A sweet potato, raised by , Wm. J.
Robinson, puhis farm in Straits Dis
trict, has been left at *our office, it’
measures,.three feet and ten finches in
'length. Can anybody bring us a bigger
one?— Dorchester News.
'ohidN onus.
The-parent of these grubs k says the
Saturday Evening (Ofr vingto-n) Ameri
can, begins to deposi t her eggs just
within the ifcbititoift.be young onion
plants parly in May. A preventive of
this, we are told, is to sprinkle fresh
pine sawdust all over the .surface of the
onion bed as soon as the onions are well
“ bov SWMteP <! sawdust need not
be pst on thickly; hut J, little fresh
might be gpriaklcd a n o ace aweek until
the bulbs ate sale. Wo have faith in
this preventive bcca use the turpentine
fumes emktei’hj th'.e sawdust arc ob
ooxioos to au inserts and might keep
away fee Sito. k *' ll,o ' *'■ r r -
KEEPINO -CABBA^T
; ni re?ison to change our old
mode of keeping cabbages through the
winter.; and to 11 rose who have pot stored
theirs we again commend it as all that
is desirable. Take up the cabbage by
the roots—set,.it closely together 4a rows
up to the hcs.cT rodts down , the
saute to & clrive in posts at the
oorfprts of the bed and intermediate
spaces if necessary, higher on one side
than fke other—hail strips of boards,
lath to 1 anything else that will answer,
on.'these posts—lay upon these old
boards, doors, or if you have nothing
else bean poles and corn fodder, so that
the-roofwiU be clear of the cabbage and
allow circulate —dose up (he
yard or garden ofial of any
your cabbage will keep all
winter, fresh and green, and he accessi
ble at all times, or nearly so, the frost
D ** severe under this
proteeteonas in exposed places. We
(have pursue'd thiß plan for years and it
liasafways given satisfaction. Remem
ber
yhich is a benefit rather than an
injury^—GVr. Telegraph.
. . FARM TOOLS.
A coating of three parte lard and one
fteWPMrth, applied to farm tools of i ron
or effectually prevent rust, "
little bear, ! think," said
a ß (suaker i 6 i %Bhfonable belle at an
,2‘Sir ?” exclaimed (he
A' 1 Oemah being required to give a
wetopfc in frill, after mnch mental effort
pfridUticd following i ‘*l ish full.
I wants no more money. John Swach
" " 5 5 < 8 IT W -- ’! w..
1866.
jia; THE WORLD, "
an , independent democratic
haILV, WEEKLY, ASD SEMI-WEEKLY
NEWSPAPER. :
After four years of civil war, forced upon
the people of the United States by the vio
lence of sectional parties, we now enter upon
a new era of unity and progress. ■ North and
South, a cordial co-operation of all honest
men is needed to repair the waste of war, to
establish cur Peace through the triumph of
sound constitutional principles in the admin
istration of the government, and onr Unity
by guarding all mat makes Union desirable.
The grdat Democratic Party, whose histo
ry in the past is the history of private pros
perity, of territorial extension, and of public
order in America, stands now, as it has ever
stood, the Party of the Nation, superior to
all sectional passions in its loyalty to the
rights of co-equal States and to the liberties
’ of the individual citizens. . Once more its
voice will be rallied to its time-honored stan
dards: in cveiy city and town of the Northern
. and Southern States.
To the principles of this great Democratic
Party of the Nation, The World has borne
firm witness throughout the ordeal of civil
war. , It will now be devoted to the not less
arduous task of applying those principles to
the solution of the many and weighty ques
tions —financial, social, political-?—which
come upon us with the return of peace.—
Fhithful to the real interests of all sections,
it will be enslaved by the prejudices and
blinded by the prepossessions of none.
That the principles of American Democ
racy should thus be uttered, with no weak or
uncertain voice, here in the great metropol
itan centre of American enterprise and com
. merce, is a matter of such importance to
i every citizen as must recommend the World
jo the co-operation and support of goodmen
j an all sections of the Union.
Whatever skill can devise or enterprise ac
c oinplish will contribute to make the World
w hat it is our resolve that it shall continue to
bi 3 —the Best Newspaper of the Day.
Competent correspondents at every com
m ercial and political centre of both hemia
ph eres, who are always instructed to make
thi 3 freest and promptest use of the telegraph,
wi 11 keep our readers fully informed of the
do inys and the progressVof mankind in all
, pa rts of the globe. t.
EDITIONS.
The Daily World affords a complete com
pendium of, and commentary upon, the news
of the day. , 1
’ '. Che Semi-Weekly World is a large quarto
t(he et, same size as Daily, containing all its
ftev ,-s, •correspondence, editorials, commer
cial and market news, cattle market and pro
visi on reports, and a fresh aud entertaining
mis cell: my of literature. Published Tuesday
and Friday.
T he Weekly World, a large quarto sheet,
sara e sire as Daily, has now the largest cir
culation of any weekly journal published save
one. Its extraordinary success since its
unio n with the New York Argus has justified
the :most liberal expenditures, which will
makt! it unrivaled in interest and value to
farmers. Published Wednesday.
1. Its Market Reports embrace the New
York, Al’oany, Brighton and Cambridge Live
Stock Majkets; the New York Country Pro
duce a ad General Produce Markets j special
and va biable Hop Intelligence; a depart
ment o ([Agricultural Reading; all together
compel unrivalled handbook of current
information for the Farmer, Live Stock or
Produce D ealer, the Country Merchant, etc.
2. 1 ’he Beading for the Family Circle
embrac< is l;he freshest and best Stories, Poe
try, Rel igi ous Reading, etc.
8. It s Digest of the News is not, like
most cit y % veeklies, a mere waste-basket of
the Dail y ; only matters of interest and im-
Sirtanci :a re choses from the Daily, while
e mast s o f its contents are prepared espec
ially for the Weekly.
In eve *y post office district there shouldbe
found so m c active, public-spirited Democrat
who will confer a benefit upon us, his neigh-.
, bors, ant 11 ,he cause, by making adetermined
effort to fo rm a club of four, ten, twenty, oir
fifty for th e Weekfy World, at our greatly
reduced rates.
GREAT REDUCTION IN TERMS.
DAILY WORLD.
One cop y, one year, by mail Ten dollars.
sew-weeS!|y world.
One cop y ; >3he year..,:....,. Four dollars.
Four co one year....... Ten dollars.
Ten cop les, one year. ...j Twenty dollars.
weekly world.
One yes x, one c0py....... Two dollars.
Four co; pies., one year Seven dollars.
Ten cop ies, one year ...Fifteen dollars.
Twenty co; pies, one year, to one
addre as.. .....;....Twenty-five dollars.
Fifty ec pi 3s, one year, to one
addre; ;s .....Fifty dollars.
An cj :tra. copy of the Weekly edition fur
nished foe lubs of twenty or more.
For c'lub s of fifty of the Semi-Weekly, and
for club s o f one hundred the Daily will be
sent to get; ,er-up of a club.
Addition.a may be made to clubs at any
time du rin g the year at club rates. ’
Char ,ges from club lists can only be made
by reqc test of the person receiving the club
packag es. All such requests must name the
edition , postoffice, and state to which it has
previo - asly been sent, and inclose twenty-five
cents t o pay for changing to separate address.
for any of the editions of The
Worl d m ay be sent by mail, and should in
closel?oßt,office Monev order dr Bank draft
for an lount (less the discount.) We have no
authorized traveling agents. Money sent by
mail 'Avill be at the risk of the senders. 1 Or
ders' and lettete shouldbe addressed to
THE WORLD,
dec2B. 85 Park Row, New-York.
Wholesaled Retail.
JOhH L. REFfSNIDER,
■' WEST END, WESTMINSTER,
TT AS just returned from Philadelphia,
JLJL Baltimore, and direct from the Mauu
facturers with a large and complete assort
ment of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Dry Goods,
Yankee N otions, Gloves, Hosiery. Shawls,
Hoop Skirts, Balmorals, Ladies’ Cloaks and
Circulars, Carpeting, Floor, and Table
Oil Cloths, Queensware and Silver Plated-
AVare, - Boofs, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Glass,
Oils, Paints and Dye Stuffr.
i OB M eO A.\D SECxARS.
50 Tons Hammered and Rolled Iron.
19. Bundles Sheet Iron. f ‘ L . ./ ■'
15 Hoop
Cast, bbring, Blister and Shear Steel, Build- <
ere’ and Cabinet Hardware, Cross-cut and
Mill Saws, Butt, Breast, and Trace Chains,
House,Keeping articles in great variety.—
Bellows, Atjvexg, Vijas, hno Screw Plates,
Carpenters: and Cpofiers’ Tools, 50 Kegs
Burden Horse Shoes, 600 lb. tiorse Shoe
Nails< Nails, 60'Kegs Nails,
(quality guaranteed.)
The above large and varied stock has been
bought for the cash. Inducements offered
at Wholesale and Retail.
SSrCall before purchasing.”?^
JOHN L. REIFSNIDER.
■i NoV.:3tt. -- :
[ COPAIITSERSHIP;
' Prs. WarfleW & Singling.
> j
> THE Undersigned having fortned a Part
nership in the Practice of C"* ™,v . £.
' _ , MEDKKNE AND SURGERY,
: Kcr their.Profeßsioqal Services to the citi
of Westminster and the surrounding
‘Country. J, L-WARFIELD, M. D.
i * . GEO. S. TINGLING, M. D.
. „-i ecT ~ tf - - . . . ..
LADIES’ FURS.—A' large as sort men
of Capes and Muffs, for sale at low
prices. j J. L. Reifsnider,
JOHX a. BOWERS. DENTON' GEHR*
PRODUCE DEPOT.
BOWERSAGEHR.
BACON, FLOUR, FEED, GROCERIES,
GRAIN, LIQUORS, 4c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .
riAHfE undersigned having now perfect 2.
I .all arrangements for carrying on the
PRODUCE. FORWARDING and GRO
CERY BUSINESS, at the Railroad, in
Westminster, take this method of soliciting
thepatronage of the Public.
They have on hand and are prepared to
sell at all times at the Lowest cash prices,
either by Wholesale or Retail,
Flour, Bacon, Feed
And COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds:
GROCERIES,
Comprising:
TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEES/
SYRUPS, MOLASSES,
CHEESE, SALT,
And all other articles in the GROCERY line.
LIQUORS
fall kinds, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC,
viz:
Brandies, Wines, Gin, Spirits, Bum and
Whiskey, of the best qualities, which will b<.
made to retail dealers at Baltimore prices.
GUANO,
and other Fertilizers of all kinds.
Farmers and Gardeners’ III*
PUEIIENTS, viz:
Shovels, Spades, Scythes, Hoes, Rakes
Forks, &c. vp
HARDWARE.
Locks, Nails, Hinges, Spigots and Faucets.
All the above named articles will be sok
in quantities to suit purchasers either Whole
sale or Retail, and at less cost to the pur
chaser than he can procure the same article
from tie city. Also, a large lot of BLAST
ING POWDER constantly on hand.
We are also largely engaged in the
Produce and Forwarding
. Business Generally,
and will pay the highest wholesale cask
prices for all kinds of country produce, viz
Com, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Bacon, Pork, Flour
Lard, Potatoes, Bark, ground and unground.
&c., or will receive on Commission and for
ward to the different markets all kinds of
Freight and Produce, and will attenc
promptly to the delivery of all Freight con
signed to our care at reasonable charges.
By prompt attention to business, furnish
ing the best articles in the market, and doing
all in our power to accommodate our cus
omers, we hope to command our share ot
public patronage.
JOHN H. BOWERS,
no3o-ly DENTON GEHR.
GGDEY’S LADY’S BOOK
For 1866.
THE
FASHION MAGAZINE OF WORLD.
Literature, Fine Arts And Fashions. The
most magnificent Steel engravings. Double
Fashion Plates. Wood engravings on every
subject that can interest the ladies. Crotch
et knitting, Netting, Embroidery. Articles
for the Toilet, for the Parlor, the Boudoir,
and the Kitchen. Everything in fact, to
make a complete Lady’s Book.
THE LADIES’ FAVORITE FOR 36 YEARS.
No Magazine has been able to compete
■with it. None attempt it.
GODETS RECEIPTS
for every department of a household. These
alone are worth the price of the Book.
Model Cottages (no other Magazine. gives
them) with diagrams.
Drawing Lessons for the Young. An
other specialty with Godey.
Original Music, worth $3 a year. Other
Magazines publish old worn-out music ; bat
the subscribers to Godey get it before the
music stores.
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculi
arity with Godey.
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart &
Co., of New York, the millionaire merchants,
appear in Godey,the only Magazine that has
them.
Ladies’ Bonnets. We give more of them
in a year than any other Magazine. In fact,
the Lady’s Book enables every lady to be
her own bonnet maker.
MARION II ARE AND,
Authoress of “Alone/ “Hidden Path/
“Moss Side/. “Nemesis," and “Miriam/
writes for Godey each month, and for no
other magazine. A new novel by her will
be published in 1866. We have also retailed
all our old and favorite contributors.
TERMS OF
Godey’s Lady’s Book for 1866.
{From which there can he no Deviation.)
The following are the terms of the Lady’s
Book for 1866: —
One copy, one year $3 00
Two copies, one year 6 60
Three copies, one year... i 7 60
Four copies, one year 10 00
Five copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the
club, making six copies , 14 00
Eight copies, one year, and an extra •
copy to the person getting up the
club, making nine copies ..„t2l 00
Eleven copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the
club, making twelve copies, 27 50
#®~All addition to clubs atclub rates.
v eo?“Godey’B Lady’s Book and Arthur’s
Home Magazine will be sent, each one year,
on receipt of $4 50.
B¥*L.We have no clnb with any other
magazine or newspaper.
money must all be sent at one
time for any of the Clubs.
[email protected],Canada subscribers must send 24
cents additional for each subscriber.'
Address L. A. GODEY,
N. E. Corner and Chestnut Streets,
dec2l Philadelphia.
FRITCHEY A GO.,
WESTMINSTER, M D.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
In Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS.
Haying just returned from New York
and Philadelphia with a large and
complete
STOCK OF GOODS
Of every class and grade, . i
And having bought them all for the Cash,
since the recent heavy decline in Goods, we
feel confident that we can offer such induce
ments to Customers as have not been had
since the good old days of 1860.
We contend that we are offering Goods
much lower id-proportion to too great ad
vance in labor and taxes in every imagina
ble ahdfte, than we did when CALICOES
and MUSLINS were bought at cents.
fYou will find it to your advantage to call
and examine our Stock before purchasing.
That is, if yon-want to
Save Dollars!
Having a great experience in the Mercan
tile business, we have learned that Goods
well bought are always half sold, and a
nimble sixpence better than a slow shilling.
no3o-tf
1 11 I
NEW STORE
• un • ■ .-J
NEW STOCK.
~\ r oar attention is politely and respectfully
1, . solicited to my new stock
Of well selected GOGINS now opening.
Immediately opposite CARROLL BALL,
Embracing a great variety ofGOODS, r
such as
Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinetts,
TWEEDS,
Plain and Fancy MOUSUNE3,
COBOURGS,
ALPACAS,
FLANNELS,
GINGHAMS,
CALICOES, '
CAMBRICS, '
DRILLS,
Bleached and Brown
MOUSLINSB,
Boots, Shoes, Hats aj|d Caps,
GLOVES, HOSE, Wool and Cotton,
With a general and well selected
STOCK of
6ROCERIES and HARDWARE.
And other articles usually kept, which are
offered at a small advance above Cost.
JOSEPH WELLER.
no3o-tf
ATTENTION I
*CTTHB Largest and most complete
Z&S3 selection of
jPUBSITtIIE
in W estminster, ■ is now being offered to the
public, by IRA E. CROUSE, at his NEW
KD COMMODIOUS
WARE ROOMS.
ted about one hundred yards East of the
lailroad Depot, and nearly opposite the
Catholic Church.
Stock has been purchased m Phila
lelphia for the cash, and consists of the
atest and most improved styles, viz:
■■!■ PARLOR SUITS,
fete-a-totes, Sofas, Marble top Cluster and
Beauquet Tables, Spring-seat Chairs; also,
Jhamber Suits, consisting of splendidly
inished Round Cornered Bedsteads, Marble
top Dressing Bureaus, Marble top Enclosed
vVash Stands. *
CHA IR Sm
His selection of Cane and Wood seat Chairs
is large and of the most substantial make. *
He will keep constantly on hand a large
and very superior Stock of Furniture of his
own manufacture.
2COFFINS.
Being in possession of a new and very ele
gant HEARSE, he is prepared to furnish
COFFINS and attend Funerals at the short
est notice, at prices that will always give
satisfaction.
He keeps also a large and well selected
lot of ■■
S TOTES,
which he can recommend to be ofHS3[
the latest and most improved pat
terns, consisting of Cooking, Parlor and
Office Stoves.
He invites all to examine his Stock before
purchasing elsewhere.
By a strict and faithful attention to busi
ness, he hopes to receive a share of public
patronage.
IRA E. CROUSE.
N. B.—Old Furniture and Chairs, repair
ed and painted on reasonable terms.
f dec7-ly.
ENLARGEMENT!
The only Democratic Magazine published in
the United States.
PROSPECTUS OF VOL. IV. —1866.
■. ; J:
THE OLD GUARD ,
A MONTHLY MAGAZINE,
devoted to Literature, Science and Art, and
the Political Principles of 1776 and 1787.
C. CHAUNCEY BURR, EDITOR.
This Magazine was started three years ago,
for the purpose of keeping fresh jp the pop
ular mind some knowledge of those grand
principles of Consent and Self- Government
which were the basis of this Union a& it was
established by our fathers. cap
say with what zeal and fearlessness ire have
explained and defended those sacred princi
ples of Liberty, in the midst of tpobs and
bastiles, during the progress of the war. —
Though the war is over, the objects, the
wrongs and fatal precedents it was designed
to establish are not relinquished by the pro
pagandists of despotism who brough it about;
on the contrary, they seem determined that
there shall be no rest to our country until
their mischievous and degrading notions are
Sermanently fastened upon the ruined foun
ations of this Republic. So The Old Guard
will remain at its post, still battling for the
grand doctrines of State Sovereignty and
Constitutional Liberty.
Believing that imminent necessity exists
for establishment, in the city of New York,
of a first-class Democratic Magazine, which
shall rescue American literature from the
degrading taint of negro equality, The Old
Guard will be ENLARGED, on the first of
January, to sixty-four pages monthly, in or
der to make room for important and interest
ing Literary and Family Reading, and its
proprietors earnestly appeal to alllovers of a
genuine Americanliterature to aid them in
their attempt to give the public something
purer and better than the noxious brood of
magazines which have sown broadcast the
baneful doctrines of sectional hate and ani
mosity.
The Old GOard is pleased to announce
mongst its patrons and contributors for 1866
nearly all the leading Democratic writers
and thinkers of the country, Among them
Hon. Charles o’Con‘or, ex-Governor Sey
mour, of Connecticut, ex-Governor Dana, of
Maine, J. H. Van Evrih, 1 M. D., Thomas
Dunn English, M. D., Hon. James W. Wall,
of New Jersey, George Fitzhne and Hon.
Roger A. Pryor, of Virginia, Henry Clav
Dean, of lowa, etc., etc. The increase o’f
size and the outlay for contributions renders
an increase in price inevitable, but this will
be much more than made up in the superior
attractions and improvements.
, • TBEMSi p •
One copy, one year...,..’. 8 00
I Two copies, “ 500
' Five copies, “ J 2 00
Ten copies, a ** 20 00
Twenty copies, one year. & one > ... ..
to getter up of the c1ub...... / 00
Single copies, 25 cents. Specimen copies
sent, post paid, to aB desiring to get up clubs.
W e shall commence in the, January num
ber for 1866 a series of Steel Hate Portraits,
with Sketches of the most distinguished
Southern Generals, beginning withQes.
Robert E. Lee. Among those given will be
Generals Stonewall Jackson, J. E. Johnston.
Beauregard, A. t* Hill, Price, WadeHafap
ton, etc., etc. These Portraits and Sketches
alone will be worth the price of the Maga
zine.
Subscriptions msy, commence vtitb any
number. When no time is specified it will
be understood that the subscriber wishes to
begin with the January number, thefirstone
of the volume, and back number* will' be
sent accordingly. '' ■ ■ ji:\: .-To . >
The Magazine is Always stopped when the
term of subscription expires. It is not ne
cessary to give notice of discontinuance.
All letters should be addressed as follows:
VAN EVRIE, HORTON A CO.,
N... 80,
C. W. WEBSTER,
Slate’s Attorney,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
i AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
' .Office its the Court House, East Wing r Up
’■l'-;. „ Stairs, Westminster, Md.
dec7-ly.
Carroll Nursery.
NEAR WESTMINSTER, MD.
JOStPH STOUT,
3 PROPRIETOR. : >1
j* AdC# Sk l
THE SUBSCRIBER has for Sale
about
40,000 Apple Trees
Of the most approved varieties on hand for
next Spring planting.
ALSO,
A large supply of Dwarf and Standard
PEARS.
A few PEACH TREES, PLUM and
APRICOT.
A supply of CHERRY and QUINCE
TREES.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
GRAPE VINES
of all the leading varieties.
CURRANTS,
GOOSEBERRIES,
LAWTON BLACKBERRY,
STRAWBERRIES,
RASPBERRIES,
EVERGREENS, of large size;
ALSO,
A large lot of DECIDUOUS TREES.
Those who desire TREES we think would.
, do well to examine my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere, as my stock are all from
tested varieties.
. JOSEPBt STOUT.
dec7-tf
IRON ¥ORKS~
Westminster Md.
WM. H. HARMAN & CO.
CONTINUE the manufacture of IRON
GEARED THRESHERS with Felton’s
Improved HORSE POWERS,
PLOUGHS,
with Wrought and Cast Iron Shares and
Points, Spring-Tooth HORSE RAKES, for
Hay and Grain, CORN SHELLERS, FEED
CUTTERS, and
Agricultural Machinery generally.
Also CASTINGS of all kinds done to order.
All kinds of
REPAIRING
done with proptness and on moderate terms.
They are also sole Agents for the sale of
McCORMIOK’S Improved Self-Raking
combined
REAPER MD MOWED,
for Carroll county, and in teat part of Fred
erick county North of Frederick City, and
also in that part of Baltimore county-North
of Texas. With this Machine the Bknner
saves money, time and labor, and is, without
controversy, superior to any other now in
the market, and fully warranted to reap and
rake heavy, light, tangled pr ’odged Grain,
where nano rakes or droppers will fail. We
offer it on trial with any other, the purchaser/
to keep and pay for the one preferred. Alss
are Agents for f J
Geiser’s Patent Self-Regulating Oral
Separator , Cleaner and Bagger.!
At a time like the present, when lab<X Is
very scarce, it is important that Far/rs* ]
who are interested, should give attentm to
this improvement, which, will considtebly
reduce the expense of Thrashing Gf “ in
tha corilmon way. This is now coi/dered
the best Separator before the pubU/ It is
particularly adapted to Farmers h them \
own use, and wilt apply to Lever (/Railway
power, and will Thresh and Clea* roni 100
to 150 Bushels per day, using ffir to’ six
horses and as many hands. Ala" for sale
Montgomery’s “Double-Screwed Rocka-’
way Wheat Fan,” „ / ,
dec7-ly. / ’!
Peter B. Msesell,:
Wholesale A Retail/) ealer in v ,h j
BOOTS, SHOES, mTS, CAPS, j
Groceries, Liquors/nd Leather.
TT AVENG just retar/d from the Cities
I~| of Philadelphia M Baltimore, with
the largest and best qnpty of articles In his
line ever before offer/ for sale in Carroll
-County, respectfully /forms his friends and
the citizens of the Cqrnty generally, that he,!
Is still at the old staß, a few. doors, above; :
the Railroad, and Leep constantly obn a
hand, at Wholesale and Retail, a well aft
sorted stock of Mns’, Boy a’ and Children’s. )
BOOTS/AND SHOES,
Men’s, Boys of Children’s Hats and Caps,
of all sizes amuualities; also a select variety
of Ladies’ an (/liases’ Boots and Shoes, aU 3
of which will f sold at the lowest cash pncea,
GROCERIES.
A large Slope, always kept on hand, suck as
Rio and, Ja*P> Coffees, Extract of Coffee,
Teas of pH i*da; Cruahedftnd Bf
SyrupftanffiSugar House MolasseS, ’Baking
Mace, Indigo, Starch, Madder, Alnm, Soap,
Cream ofiartef, Fish, Bacon, Lard, G. A.
Salt, Fiae Salt, by the Bushel or Sack, Goal
Oil and Lamps, Dried Fruit,Tobacco, Segart.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
CondstingofPortand Malaga Wines,.French
Brarflies, Holland and Country Gin,N. E.
Run. Old Rye, Monongahela and good Cpp
pertdistilled Rectified -Whiskeys, Ginger
Biandy, also a large -lot of Bottled Liq
b*s, consisting of JPteach Brandy,. Bottled
ij i 185 L pteger Brandy, BlackberryjWild
Cherry and Raspberry Brandies, RaJt Wiae,
Purs,, intended-for Medical purposes. u -
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS,
A large stock of Leather always kept 'bn
hand, embracing Role, and Upper .Leathers
Calf Skins, Tampiee and -Maoras, Grained
Morocco, Ladies’;,French Finest Morocco,
Pink Linings, Bindings, Ac.; also a well se
lected stock of Shoe Findings, viz: all the
differ numbers of Shoe Pegs, Shoe. Thread,
Shoe Strings, Shoe. Knives, Hasp*, Patent
Pegging *Awls, Sewing Patent Peg-
K Awl Handles, Lasting, Locks, Nails,
ties, Sand Paper, Gums, Lasts, Hooks,
KK r |c Kn ‘ PPe, " PegCUtte "-
CED A R WAR B, ’ S
Consisting ofßasketa, Tubs, Broqms, Shod
Blacking and Brushes, Wash Boards, Ac.
B;-A11 Goods to be Wholesaled
liberal
patronage extended to him, and vdll do
everything in his power to merit its contin
uance. PETER B. MIKESELL.
dec7-ly. :r'T
BiEAT BARGAINS, Dry Goodscoil-
VjT ing down, Calicoes and Mtislings £at
sale at reduced prices, at
Nov. 30, J. L.lßeifsnidcr's.
m i
inantr* anH mttiaficboii <nr?>nted.
WIlifAM MOORE,
QiiO-tf few doy east of Railroad.
(heslnrl Rails.
?HE and offer*
for sale a large f t>r superior Chestnut
Farmers and/ ec banics’ National Bank.
dec7-tf / w estminsW, Md
fem/e collegiate
# ■
early application. Four/ ve young men
will leave at that time, t/ n * er upon busi
ness. 1 > ■ j
The accommodatioi/^ or Boarders are
two separate building/P uilt of brick. That
for the Male Departn/ 1 is the residence of
the Rev. Jonathan / xroe (Father of the
Principal), whose p/™! will be over
his boarders; that f the Female Depart
ment is occupied t/the Principal. There
will not be any /mmunication between
. these department/ Each will beconsidered
as a/am%,affo/>g a home to its boarders.
AfAY SCHOOL.
Number of Tf Pupils, since September
Ist, fifty-four/ Accommodations are five
commodiousA> m ß, via: The young men’s
study roonytbe boys study room—the
young lady study room—the Prrimary
room, and f Lecture room.
Departrfte- —Primary, Preparatory and
grades of classes, in each
Departm/t~l n Music, French and Ger
man, gjfcrior advantages. Latin taught
gratuit(/ly-
Espfd attention given to dU elementary
prinenps; also to Penmanship (plain ana
fancy/ 0 Book-keeping; to SpeUing, Read
ing Elocution.
gy grades of Tuition, from $3 up to
31 no per quarter. The corps of Teachers
nu/ers six
er Circulars address
f/RF.V, JOHN A. MUNROE, A. M.,
v ' ,+ ■ Principal.
A. H. HUBER
(Successor to-Ht'BEK & Royer,)
No. *2 Carroll Hall, Westminster,
, . DEALER IS I -
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ,
PATENT MEDICINES,
f FANCY ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY,
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS neatly
and accurately compounded.
Depot for the manufacture of
MERINO’S Compound Syrup of Black
berry Root.
no3o-tf
DR. GEORGE S. FOUKE,
OOffk Resident Dentist,
WESTMINSTER, MD. <
Dr. F. can be seen at all times during
business hours at his office, two doors West
of Carroll Hall.
TEETH Filled, Extracted and Inserted,
in the very best manner, and at moderate
prices. noßo-tf
POUTZ’B
- r osisMann
in ail cum Piiim
: ,0 °*
known, wIU to-
and
Jr l'7lbi ■ V i fv,sd SSSCcjK
n \ II stomach and lets*-
tines.
toU anted, sag as SLarSo£
TER. HEAVENS,
wind, increases /f
theappetito-give* Ik M t . ;Vm ~
a smooth jLas
glossy skin—and ugLAMMiy
transforms
skeleton date a.finedookiag *nd Spittle*
"To keepers at Cows this preparation is inyaUabU.
It Increases the' quantity and Improves the quality
Lutf been proven by sc
tual experiment to
ays
* SMTilffiS
makes them tittim
’ diseua of Swine, saehis Gtejfr*, Gleet* .
the Langs, Liver,
Icc., this article
acts as a specific,
By putting from
a paper
to n paper in a
barrel of swill ttio _
•r entirely prevented. If
preventive and eue tor tho Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Gents per Pnper, or 5 Papers far tL
raCTiJuro |y|oQ- 1
out'the **
aw—i—
Daily Passenger and
npete with the Cart at Westminster. r
JOHN H. SPALDING.
dccM-tf
■HELMBOLD-8
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I /Xr/D EXTRACT
pUC H U,
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■ torn. ; fir' . ,
MI-RETENTION or INCONTINENCE
S' URINE, IRRITATION, INFLAM
MATION OR ULCERATION OF THE
. . -*pp .
■ladder or kidneys, diseases
Hf THE PROSTRATE GLAND,
■tone IN THE BLADDER, CAL
CULUS, GRAVEL OR
DEPOSIT, AND ALL DISEASES OF
THE BLADDER, KIDNEYS AND
DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
■, iv { a' ;in
HELMBOLOS
kkufai -.iii l-, : tff - ■, jii w
Fluid Extract Baclm, 1
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I WEAKNESSES ,
|ButO FROM BXCKS3M OB INDI3CRITIOS.
constitution, once affected by Organic
iHikness, requires the aid of medicine to
and invigorate the
Helmbold’s Extract Buchu invariably,does
■no treatment be submitted to, CoßSump- ~
Hu or Insanity may ensue.
■ HELMBOLD’S
|L FLUID EXTBACT BUCHtJ, " ,
P ’ ;■ , .V-VV/'.-
In affections pecular to females, is unequaled ■
by any other preparation, as. in Chlorosis or
Retention, Irregularities, Painfalness or
Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulceration or Scirrhus State of the Uterus,
Leucorrhcea, and all complaints incident to
tie sex, whether arising from habits of dig
ipation, imprudencies, or in the Decline or
Change of Life.
HELMBOLD’S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
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■ ■ • AVD • i
[..} < ZZ! , , p r ’">* \"‘o .wbtK.'t
IMPROVED ‘
ROSE WASH
Will radically exterminate from <Jut system
Diseases df the Urinary Organs arising from
habits of dissipation, at little expense, little “* 7
or no change indict, and no exposure, com
pletely superseding those unpleasatt and'
dangerous remedies, Copaiba and Mercury,
in curing those unpleasant and dangerous
diseases. . - < ‘
USE HELMBOLD’S
r
FLUID EXTBACT BUCHU . ,
In all cases of the Urinary Organs, whether
in male or female, from whatever cause
originating, and no matter of how long
standing. It is pleasant ia taste and odor,
immediate in its action, and more strengthen
ing than any of the preparations of Bark or
Iron.
Those suffering from Broken-down or
Delicate Constitutions, ptocnre the remedy '■
at once.
The reader must be aware that, however
slight may be the attack of the abovedisease,
it is suge to,affect his bodily health,, iqeptal
powers, happiness, and that of his posterity.
Our flesh and blood are supported front
these 'sources.
PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICfii " f
'ill 4l ,_•/ '/ ‘ ,'J ’ ’■< jD 4J LuiUipf
We make no secret of the ingredients. <
H ELM B 0 LP’S FLUID EXTRACT
BtJQHtT is composod of Buchu, Cubebt, and ,
Juniper Berries, sheeted with great esse,
nd prepared in vacuo by H. T. HELM
BOLD, Druggist send Chemist of sixteen \
years’ experience in’ the city of Philadelphia ?
and which m BOw prescribed by the most
eminent physicians, has been admitted to use
in the United States { my; and is ids# in.
very general usein State hospitals aad public
Sanitary Institutions throughout the land.
HELMBOLD’S T
DitJG kSi>-CHEMICAL 'RaReDoUSE,
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594 BROAD WA r, N&W TOftK 1
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Medical Depdt,
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. tinrit oliw'
(Bblow Chbsxut),
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