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The Lake of the Woods, np in Manitoba, is ; 100 wiles loiljf, 00 miles wide atjtl contains 1 .10,000 islands. In his animal report Gov. Ordway, of Da kota, says the population of the Territory has increased one hundred thousand during the past year. The Citizens' Bicycle club of New York, numbering about seventy-five members, has made arrangements to build a wheelmen s club house, the first of its kind in this country. The New York trade schools now entering upon a third successful season give instroc tions three evenings a week in brick laying, plumbing, fresco-painting, stone-cutting, plas tering, wood-turning, scroll-sawing and pat tern-making. There arc about 200 students on the roll for this winter. A terrible explosion, caused by fire-damp, occurred on the 6th inst., in a colliery at Accrington, a town in Lancashire, England, 19 miles north of Manchester. One hundred and ten miners were at work in the colliery at the time of the explosion, and 65 of them were killed and 40 more or leas injnred. The humming-bird is exclusively an Amer ican bird, but he has an extensive range all the way from Cape Horn to Sitka—and there are over 400 species of him. Mr. Dury, an accomplished Cincinnati ornithologist, says that the metropolis of the family is in South America, near the capital of New Gran ada. A well-known female thief was properly “cornered" the other day at Nottingham, England. She stole a trank from the railway station, but when she opened it and found it to be filled with the body of a child in spirits, a human leg and other portions of the human anatomy, her emotions were so mixed that she surrendered herself to the police. The use of tobacco among the inmates of Moyamensing prison, Philadelphia, was abolished by the board of directors six months ago. The prison physician watched the effect upon the men carefully, and reports their general health improved, with no evil effects from the deprivation. The experiment has proved so successful that it has been decided not to use tobacco in the place any more. Therefore the board has asked for an appro priation of S2OO for the improvement of the library instead of the usual SBOO for the weed. Mrs. Ellen Long, widow, and L. S. Whitte more, of Princeton, Wisconsin, have been arrested for the murder of Whittemore’s eleven-year-old son, who was found in the river Nov. 3, with his throat cut. In Mrs. Long's lionse were found bloody clothes, a butener knife and two razors stained with blood, and in her well a bloodstained club. It is charged that Whittemore and Mrs. Long were too intimate and that the boy had discovered it. Mrs. Long is said to have attempted to poison Whitteraore’s wife. It is thought she killed the boy in her cellar, and the father threw him in the river. The United States Supreme Court on Nov. sth, in the case of the Manhattan Life Insur ance Company vs. John G. Boughton, trustee, suit on a policy on the life of Israel Ferguson, who hanged himself in Central Park, New York, decided that a self-killing by an insane person understanding the physical nature and consequences of his act, but not its moral as pect, is not a death by suicide within the meaning of a condition in a policy that it shall be void if he dies by suicide. The court de cided in the case of the United States vs. Jos. W. Fisher, chief justice of Wyoming, that Congress has the right to regulate the salaries of United States officers from year to year by appropriation bills, regardless of previous statutes fixing their compensation. Decorative Work in the Sun Office. From the Baltimore Sun. The Sun has introduced in Maryland a new thing in interior decorations. The business office has been adorned in a new style, known as glass veneer, in which the appearance of various stones and marbles is produced by the combination of hand and mechanical painting on glass. The ceiling and walls have been paneled in the similitude of fifteen varieties of stone and marble. In the centre of the ceiling is a fine representation of the Mexican onyx. The prevailing colors in the paneling along the borders and sides are those of Lyon aise, Irish, Sienna and Mossagate marbles. The general effect of the decoration is rich, warm and lustrous. At night, when the glow of the electric lights is reflected from every part of the room, the effect is remarkably brilliant. Another effect that the glass ve veering gives is that of spaciousness. The office looks as if it had been enlarged in every direction. The magnificent air-clock recently placed in the office is seen to greater advan tage by the richness of the surroundings. Glass veneers can be made in imitation not only of stones and marbles, but also of all kinds of woods. It is done through patented mechanical processes, the colors and dyes being applied to the reverse side of glass, and protected by a lacquer backing which pre serves it from damage by air or water. The glass during the process is subjected to an in tense heat, which thoroughly fixes the colors. The surface finish is as smooth as polished marble. The veneers are not spoiled by smoke or water, differing in this respect from ceilings frescoed in plaster. Renewing is never required except when one of the thick panels happens to be broken, in which event it can be replaced in a few minutes by a new glass. When the ceilings or walls become soiled or smoky they can be washed like or dinary window glass. In new buildings it is said there is no necessity for lathing and plastering when the veneers are used. Table and bureau tops, mantelpieces, floors for ves tibules, and panels for furniture and street and railway cars can also be made by the new process. Death ok a Centenarian. — .lames Colles died at Morristown, N. J., Nov. sht, aged 95 years. Mr. Colles served in the war of 1812, and helped to throw up breastworks on the Battery. He saw the fight in Portland har bor between the American ship Enterprise and the Boxer. In the old-fashioned stage journeys between New York city and Albany Aaron Burr was frequently one of his fellow passengers. He saw and talked with Hamil ton ana Jefferson. He went to New Orleans in 1818, and became one of the leading mer chants there. He was a personal friend of Andrew Jackson. It was Jackson’s habit while he was in New Orleans to rise very early and walk on the levee. Mr. Colles was also an early riser and a frequenter of the levee. Old Hickory and the merchant had many long talks as they strolled together. After leaving New Orleans Mr. Colles returned to New York. He went to Europeat a time when the lack of traveling facilities compelled him to use his own carnage in a tour of the con tinent. He entertained Daniel Webster, Henry Clay and other prominent Americans in his home. Twenty-four O’clock.—A peculiar clock, which marks the hours from one to twenty four, has recently been completed by a Wil mington, Del., manufacturer. The new time piece is of the kind soon to be adopted by several of the railroads. The most conspic uous innovations are in the marking upon the dial and in the movement of the wheels which run the hands. The minute hand, instead of making twelve revolutions to every revolution of the hour hand, as in the ordinary clock, makes twenty-four revolutions while the hour hand passes aronnd once. J QEISELMAN & SON’S GRAND OPENING NOV. Ist, In the room formerly occupied by George W. Albaugh, adjoining A. N. Stephan's Hardware Store. John Geisehnan, having associated his son with him in business, under the firm of Geis elman & Son, announce to the citizens of Car roll that they will keep on hand all kinds of ; CABINET FURNITURE, Sideboards, Bonffets, Cabinets, Stands, Bed steads, Chairs, Tables, Lounges, Marble Top Bureaus, Fancy Rocking Chairs, Parlor and Chamber Sets, and all at the lowest prices. Also Sewing Machines, AND THE CELEBRATED Florence Coal Oil Stove, Organs, WOVEN WIRE MATTRESSES, Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Shrouds, &e. In Every Variety. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. JOHN GEISELMAN & SON, oct 27-tf Westminster, Md. POLES WANTED. I am now prepared to receive proposals for poles 45 feet long and 7j inches top, 40 feet poles 6 inch top, and 30 feet poles 6 inches ton, to be delivered in Westminster, Carroll conntv. C. D. LANDERKIN. ManagerC. &P. Tele. Co., nov 3-3 t Westminster Md. JpALL AND WINTER GOODS. A FULL LINE AND AT LOWEST PRICES, AT (a fa | J. E. MATHEWS’, 1 (O) (a) Corner Court and Main Street*, WESTMINSTER, MD. DRESS GOODS, CASHMERES, ILLUMINATED CREPES, WORSTED PLAIDS, VELVBTINES, 6-4 CLOTH SUITINGS, CASSIMERES, KERSEYS, CORDUROY, FLANNELS, COTTON AND WOOL, BLANKETS, SHAWLS, NOTIONS, GLOVES AND HOSIERY, CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, GUARANTEED BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Ac., Ac. All Very Cheap. Come and See, And get good value for your money. Pels’ Hand-Made Shoes. Db. Mathews’ Celebrated Family Pills. oct6 J. E. MATHEWS. JPALL. PALL. Our stock is now complete for the Autumn season. We have a big variety of CHOOL SUIT S“©a FOR BOYS, to which, together with our GENERAL ASSORTMENT, We would call your attention, as well as to the fact that we offer our goods at such prices as will prove satisfactory to our patrons. All of our goods are perfectly shrunk be fore being made up. NOAH WALKER A CO., 165 and 167 West Baltimore Street, oct6-tf Baltimore, Md. £IHAS. C. KRAFT, (Late Organist of the First Presbyterian and other.churches in Baltimore for over 15 years,) TEACHER OF PIANO, CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGAN, HARMONY AND VOCAL MUSIC. Vocal Classes and Schools Taught. CONCERTS AND MUSICAL SOCIETIES CONDUCTED. TUNER AND REPAIRER OF PIANOS, CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGANS. Permanently located at MARSH HOUSE, Westminster, Md. All orders by mail or otherwise will receive prompt attention. Refers to Dr. Chas. Billingslea, Westmin ster, Prof. W. H. Zimmerman, Westminster, New Windsor College, Protestant Episcopal j Church, Westminster. sepl,B3-ly j JpALL GOODS. A FULL STOCK OK READY-MADE CLOTHING, Shirts and Drawers, Gent’s Furnishing Goods Generally, Boots, Shoes aud Hats. PRICES GUARANTEED AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN THE COUNTY. The best Shoe for the price is THE “DOUGLAS” SHOE, In Lace, Button and Gaiter. Every Pair Warranted. Sold Only By sepS 11. L. NORRIS. J^UGGIES! Look to Your Interest and do not . Miss the Main Chance. We have just unloaded a car load of the finest TOP BUGGIES and JUMP SEAT J AGGERS Ever brought to this county for the price. They are good work and warranted, and will BE SOLD AT LOW FIGURES, In order to close them out at once. Those who call early will have best chance. Another ' car load of OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS received a few days ago. Also A FULL LINE OP IMPLEMENTS Constantly on hand at the Agricultural Imple- | ment Warehouse of J. Q. STITEL'I , ap2l-tf Opp. Depot, Westminster, Md. j ■pOR BARGAINS IN HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS, We would advise you to visit FRANK RAYMO’S HAT EMPORIUM, j 221 North Gay Street, 2 doors south of Market, ! Baltimore, Md. A CALL SOLICITED, ap 9 1883-lyr TP. BUCKINGHAM, • (Successor to A. M. Warner), West End Westminster, Md. DEALER IN SYRUPS, SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, j BACON, LARD, SALT, FISH, BURNING AND LUBRICATING OILS, CONFECTIONERIES, ; PURE CIDER VINEGAR, TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, ETC. Also Agent for ROLAND CHILLED PLOW. Repairs constantly on hand. A call is so licited. july2B-lyr T. P. BUCKINGHAM. JH. MEDAIRY & CO., . PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, No. 6 North Howard Street, Opposite the Howard House, BALTIMORE. 1 Blank Books Made to Order in any Style. nov 26 1882 ly ■ WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE. FOR STUDENTS of B 0 Til SEXES IX *aT - SEPARATE DEPARTMENTS. Organized under the awtpiees of the Methodist Protestant Church, 1567. Incorporated by Act of Assembly , 18G8. Occupies one of the most beautiful and healthful sites in the State. Receives annual appropriation from the Legislature for the Free Board of one student from each Sena torial District. Provides a comfortable room for each two students. Has a full corps of competent instructors. Course of study ample and thorough both in the Preparatory and Collegiate Departments. Discipline strict, but kind. Terms very moderate. A Schol arship for Three Years Tuition for SIOO, and (to students having such Scholarship) Board, Room, Washing, Fuel and Light at the rate of $100.07 per year. Has been in successful operation for 10 years. The Thirty-Third Semi-Annual Session be gins September 4th, 188.1, and ends January 25th, 1884. For Catalogue, and further in formation, address J. T. WARD, D. D., President. June 23 , Westminster, Md. rjIHE LARGEST VARIETY AND FINEST LIQUORS IN CARROLL COUNTY IS AT A. C. STRASBURGER’S, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH. I name in part—l 2 grades of Whiskies, I including the well-known WELTY WHISKY, 10 grades of Brandies —Apple, Peach, Ginger and Blackberry Brandy; Holland and Domes | tic Gins, White and Red N. E. Rum, Kimmel, I Port, Sherry, Catawba, Claret and Rhein Wines; imported and Domestic. CHAMPAGNE, BASS ALE and Bibbert’s Brown Stout; Raspberry, Gin ger and Lemon Syrup. I Guarantee the Purity-of our Liquors and the quality of onr goods, and will use every endeavor to give entire satisfaction in regard to price. I also have a large stock of CIGARS AND TOBACCO. All I ask—examine my stock before pur chasing elsewhere. may 6 1882-tf Buy your hardware and STOVES OF M. SCHAEFFER & CO., WESTMINSTER, MD., XEAK RAILROAD. We are receiving an elegant line of fine heating Stoves, economical in fuel, ornamen tal in design, easy to manage and reasonable in price. | Cook Stoves and Ranges in the latest and most approved patterns guaranteed. Sole agents for the celebrated New Light- House Cook and Excelsior Penn. Othello and : New Record Ranges, also the New Golden | i Sun and Boynton 1882 Fire Place Heaters, the very best in the market. Keep on hand always a full line of HARDWARE, WOODENWARE, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PLUMBERS’ AND GAS-FITTERS' SUPPLIES. Manufacturers of all kinds of Tinware. Roof- j iug and Spouting promptly attended to. Call and examine stock and learn prices, sept 9-tf JQATEST NEWS. THE NEW STORE OF M. C. STRASBURGER CONTAINS NEW AND FRESH GOODS, CONSISTING OF OP ALL KINDS. i Coffee, Sugar, Spices, Flour, Dried Fruits, Cheese, Salt Fish, Syrups, Tobacco, Crackers, Cakes, Confectionery, Fruits and Nuts, NOTIONS, GLASS and QUEENSAVARE, ! Boots and Shoes, Liquors, &c. A full stock of 6-CENT GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, and compare prices. GRUMBINE BUILDING, may 2(i-tf Opposite Bankert's Hotel. jgOOKS AND STATIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Country Orders filled Promptly for MISCELLANEOUS, SCHOOL, LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS, WRITING DESKS, POCKET ROOKS. GOLD PENS AND PENCILS, Work Boxes, Pine Stationery. BLANK BOOKS, AND CHECK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER. WM. J. C. DULANY ft CO., 332 and 334 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md. sep 11-tf —— - J>EMOVAL. JOHN E. ECKENRODE, MANUFACTURER OF COACHES, CARRIAGES, Jaggor Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons, &c., &c., &c. Special Attention Given to Repairing. All Orders Promptly PiUed and Work of Every Kind Warranted. ESI I "FACTORY, Corner of Liberty and George Streets, Westminster, Md., where 1 have just erected new and large Shops, giving me better facilities than heretofore. A call is solicited. may 6. F OR SALE BY A. N. STEPHAN. The finest stock of Spring Goods ever of fered in this market, such as Hames, : I ITRACE CHAINS OF ALL GRADES,; Tongue, Breast, Stay, Halter, W&- LOG AND FIFTH CHAINS, "©a Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes, Spades, SAWS of every description, Grindstones and Hang ers, Vises, Anvils, Bellows and Blowers. STEEL SHOVEL BLADES, of all sizes. To any one needing such goods it will be to their advantage to call and see ray stock. Also HARDWARE, Iron, Steel, Coach Goods, Wheels, Leather, Glass, Oils, Paints, &c. CUCUMBER PUMPS, The Celebrated Excelsior COOK STOVES, LONDON HOUSE ami CATTLE FOOD , READY-MIXED HOUSE PAINT, Barb Fence Wire. A. N. STEPHAN, feb 17-tf Near Depot, Westminster, Md. JPVLOUE! FLOUR! FLOUR! Westminster Flouring Mills, W. S. MYER A BRO. Proprietors. Manufacture and have on sale the following brands of Flour: Oriole Family I \ Patent Process. A No. 1 Family) Westminster Family! ) New Parr’s Ridge Family j- Process. ' Westminster Extra J Above Brands Flour on sale at Barrel Prices, in Half Barrel Sacks, (98 lbs.) .Quarter “f “ (49 lbs.) Eighth “ “ (24£ lbs.) Sixteenth “ (12) lbs.) Have constantly on hand and for sale Bran, Middlings and Offall in general. Agents for Standard Brands of Fertilizers. For sale at Manufacturers' Prices, feb 4 1882-ly H - HUBER, NO. 8 CARROLL HALL, DEAI.EH IN DRUGS, CHEMICALS, . PATENT MEDICINES, AND PERFUMERY. i ■ ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PHY SICIANS’ ORDERS AND PRE SCRIPTIONS. april 26-tf COAL, LUMBER. I have just returned from the Lumber Re fegions—and am now receiving the largest selection of LUMBER ever offered at this place, at Reduced Prices, consisting of Yellow Pine, Spruce and Hemlock JOIST AND SCANTLING ol all lengths and sizes, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4 and 8-4 White Pine Boards and Plank, Yellow and White Pine Flooring. Dressed and Undressed Wentherboarding, White Pine, Cypress and Chestnut Shingles, Walnut and Ash Boards and Plank, Plain and Headed Picketts, Shin gle and Plastering Laths, prime lot of Chest nut Rails and Posts. Also all the DIFFERENT KINDS OF COAL. Thinking large sales with small profits bet ter than small sales with large profits, I have concluded to adopt the former ns r~ guide, and hope I shall be enabled to cam it out by persons in want of anything in ray line giving me a call before purchasing elsewhere. EDWARD LYNCH, Near Depot. Westminster, Md. feb 29-tf FRANK K. HERR. SAMUEL K. HERR. Jjp K. HERR & BRO., Manufacturers of COACHES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, JAGGER WAGONS!! PHAETONS, <f-C. Special attention given to Repairing. All orders promptly filled and work of every kind warranted. BSTT’actorv opposite The Court House, Court street, Westminster, Md. aug 8-ly rjIO THE PUBLIC. Having withdrawn from the firm of M. Schaeffer & Co., with whom I have been for six years, I will open business for myself I about the first of April in the room opposite J. T. Wampler’s store, and will conduct a i general stove, gas fitting, plumbing, tin roof ‘ ing and spouting business. All kinds of pipe furnished and laid. Slate mantles of all j furnished at the lowest price. Large stock of j milk cans on hand or made to order ; old ones repaired. Mending and repairing at thelow- I est price. Tools and machinery of modern patterns. An experienced tinner employed. Personal attention given to all work. Work done by us guaranteed. A liberal share of the public patronage solicited, fits? 1 " Agent for the Splendid Fire Place Heaters. Other makes furnished to order. Estimates free of charge. O. D. GILBERT, mar 24 1883-lyr Westminster, Md. jy/£UTUAL Fire Insurance Company OF CARROLL COUNTY. OFFICE , WESTMINSTER, MD. J. W. BERING, President. RICHARD MANNING, Secretary and Treasurer. JOHN T. DIFFEKBAUGH, General Agent, Westminster, Md. Directors. —Dr. J. W. Bering, Alfred Zollickoffer, Edward Lynch, David Progfc, Granville S. Haines, Granville T. Hering, Dr. Samuel Swope, R. Manning, Charles B. Rob erts David Fowble. jan 12-tf. CHAS. BILI.INGSLEA, D. D. S. G. K. BAUGHMAN, LX P. BL j DENTISTS. Offi'-e One Dour I Text of the Union National i Hank. I Test minuter. Md. Will visit the following places: Union Bridge. —lst Wednesday and Friday | following of each month, i New Windsor. —2d Wednesday and Friday j following of each month. Taneiftown. —Next to the last and the last , I Friday in each month, remaining until Satur- | i day evening. One of the firm can always be found in the | | office. sep 23-tf ‘ VIEW STORE, NEW GOODS,and CHEAP. I have built a Store R00..' next door to my old stand, Bowers’ Hall, and my stock ; consists of a full line of good fresh GRO- I CERIES AND PROVISIONS, comprising all kinds of Salt Meats, cut to suit, Salt Fish, Coffee, Sugar, Syrups, Spices, Chip Beef, Bo j loguu Sausage, Flour, Corn, and Buckwheat Meal, and all articles generally kept in a good | Grocery and Provision Store, all of which will j be sold low, delivered to any part of the town. : i With long experience and by strict attention j j to business, 1 solicit a liberal share of the i! j public patronage. /. I june 14 ' JOHN H. BOWERS. H j mgr ZEIBER BUILDING,^ WESTMINSTER. MD.. Specialty call attention to the low prices | they are now offering to their customers in Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, &c., &c., &c. We have the largest stock and best assort- ! ment in town and will sell them at the follow- ; ing low prices: Men's all Solid Leather Boots at -SI. 7Z | Men's Henry Slaughter Kip Boots 2.50 ' Men's Walker Boots, the best in .linel ien ifiO | Men's Gum Boots, best finality, dull finish, Men's fine Gaiter Shoes 1.25 Lailies' Medium and Heary Shoes 1.00 Misses Shoes Torts, and 1.00 ' Men's Gum Shoes 00 \ Ladies' Gum Shoes - 40 : Misses Gum Shoes.... S7 I We have all the latest styles in Black and Brown Stiff Hats, I ■ u r .IT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. Men's and Boys' Stiff Hats at SI.OO Men’s and Boys’ Soft Hats at 25 j Respectfully, nov 3 BIXLER & SENET. TAYLOR’S BOSS CLIPPER AND DRY STEAM ENGINES. Portable and Agricultural Engines ; Clipper Engines from 3 to 10 Horse Power; Dry Steam Engines from 4 to 40 Horse Power; Utica (or Wood & Masnn) Engines from G to 40 Horse Power; Stationeries; Adjustable Cut-Off Utica Engines from 12 to 200 Horse Power; Improved Corlis Engines from 15 to 150 Horse Power; Boilers, all sizes; Iron Frame Reversible Saw-Mills, four sizes ; North Carolina Portable Corn Mills; Corn-Mill Stones, all sizes, guaranteed to produce better Meal, with 25 per cent, less power, than any other Mill-Stone in the world. “The Taylor Manufacturing Company of Chambersbukg, Pa..” Chambersburg, Pa.,U. S. A. 14,568 Boxes sold in a year by One Druggist of SELLERS’ LIVER PILLS. Act Directly on the Liver. Cures Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Bilious Colic, Constipation, Rheu matism, Pries, Palpitation of the Heart, Diz ziness, torpid liver, coated tongue, sleepless ness and all Diseases of the Liver and Stomach. If you do not “feel very well,” a single pill at bed-time stimulates the stomach, restores the appetite, imparts vigor to the system. For Sale by all Druggists and General Dealers, at 25 cents a box. E. E. SELLERS A CO., ap 7-1883-eot-ly Pittsburgh, Pa. Grain storage—grain of aii kinds received on storage at the West i minster Grain Elevator. W. S. MYER & BRO., I July 14-Cm Proprietors. JOSEPH M. PARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, j Will practice in the various Courts of Carroll county. figT’Special attention given to Or phans’ Court business. May be consulted, for the present, at the office of the Register of Wills, or at his residence on Court Street, Westminster, Md. jan 3 George l. stocksdale, ATTORNEY AT LAW. WESTMINSTER, MD. Office with .las. A. C. Bond, on Main op posite Court street. All business entrusted to my charge will also receive the attention of j Jas. A. C. Bond, Esq. may 20-ly REMOVAL. After December Ist, 1881, Dr. J. H. BIL LINGSLEA will occupy the late residence of 1 his father, Main Street, two doors East of Huber's Drug Store. nov 2G-y IE. PEARSON, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practice in all the Courts of the State. Office, opposite Westminster Hotel, Main St., Westminster. aug 1-tf A. K. SYESTER. JAS. A. C. BOND. SYESTER & BOND Have associated themselves in the prac tice of Law in Carroll county and the several Courts of this State. Mr. Syester will visit Westminster when business requires it. Office on Main opposite Court street, ap 16 CHAS. T. REIFSNTDER. CHARLES E. FINK. CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have this day formed a. co-partnership for the practice of Law in the several courts of this State under the firm name of Reifsnider Si Fink. All business en trusted to our care will receive prompt atten tion. Office —Main street, adjoining the res idence of Chas T. Reifsnider. CHAS. T. REIFSNIDER, CHARLES B. FINK. Westminster, Md., Oct. 20, 1881. 0c22 j E FRANK TRACY, . ATTORNEY-AT-LAM, Westminster, Mil Office with Hon. Wm. P. Maulsby. in German and English, sept 1, 1884-ly BP. CROUSE, . ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1 WESTMINSTER, MD. Office with Hon. Wm. P. Maulsby, opposite Odd Fellows’ Hall. oct 13, 1877, tf ; CHARLES B. ROBERTS, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Office directly opposite the Court House, Westminster, Md. feb 14-tf WL. SEABROOK, . ATTORNEY AT LAW’, WESTMINSTER, MD. Office with Hon. C. B. Roberts. july 19 GEO M. PEARCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office on Main street, nearly opposite Court, i j in the room formerly occupied by John J. j i Baumgartner, deceased. W ill attend prompt- | f ly and diligently to all business entrusted to j him. jh>iy r >- i*"'-' DN. HENNING, . ATTORNEY AT LAW. WESTMINSTER, MD. Will practice in all Courts throughout the . State. nov 13-ti Douglas b. smith, ATTORNEY AT LAW’ I WESTMINSTER, MD. Office with D. H. Henning, basement of Court House. oct 29-tf Harry m. clabaugh, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TANEYTOWN, MD. All business intrusted to my charge will also receive the attention of Hon. Charles B. Robe rta, Westminster, Md. feb 18, 1882-ly WM. A. McKELLIP, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, : i Will practice in all the Courts of this state, j Particular attention given to collections. Office on Main street, a few doors east of I, (Court street- nov 10, 1883-tf |J)ARGAINS, BARGAINS. J. T. WAMPLER Cordially invites his friends and the public generally to call and examine his LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, j and compare prices before purchasing elsc j where. We have | LADIES' DRESS GOODS AND DOMESTIC GOODS, &c., OF ALL KINDS. OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT Is full and complete with all the Latest Nov elties. In our QUEENSWARE DEPARTMENT, I ; Which is the largest and best selected in the j I county, we defy competition. OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT ; Is always complete with all the various grades 1 of Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Spices, Fruits, Ac. W’c keep also a Large Stock of Japaned Ware, Tin Ware, Wooden Ware, Glass Ware and Sample Goods, All of which wo sell at Rock Bottom Prices. J. T. WAMPLER, ' ap 22-tf West End, Westminster, Md. O. GRIMES & CO., SUCCESSORS TO GRIMES k WEAVER, ■ f* 1 h*~e't AT THE PRINCIPAL DEPOT, WESTMINSTER, MD., i Pay the highest cash prices for Wheat, Corn, i Rye, Oats, and all kinds of Country Produce. i Constantly on hand a full line of CHOICE GROCERIES, | the best brands of FLOUR, and Feed of all kinds. GUANOS AND PHOSPHATES, of all the principal dealers, for sale at manu facturers’ prices. BLASTING POWDER CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Purchasers may rely upon getting the best goods in our line that the market affords, at the lowest cash rates. E. O. GRIMES & CO. August 5, 1882 —ly . JJAINES & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, Respectfully call attention to their large i stock of Groceries, &c., at their Store, a few i doors east of the Railroad Depot, Westmin ster, Md. Our facilities are such as to enable us to offer great inducements in prices, as_we pur chase for Cash and sell at Short Profits. Our : stock consists of Choice Flour, Groceries, Queens ware, Stoneware, Glassware, Willow - Ware, Woodenware, Fine Cutlery, Pish, Bacon, Lard, Salt, &e., &c. OUR LIQUORS are the finest and best ever offered in this city, and for medicinal or family use are unsur passed. Sole agents for the well known Welty Whiskey. Ale, Porter and Beer, by the bottle or ! barrel. Sole agents for Briggs Bros, world-re i nouned Garden and Fewer Seeds, j The highest market price paid for Country t Produce. _ , „„ feb 22, 1879 HAINES & CO. JJORRIBLY BURNED! BUT NOT DEAD. ’I If you wish to see how lively 1 am, send ! me word you want a i . Crown Sewing Machine, York Cottage Organ, or Florence Oil Stove, For -which I am general Agent in Maryland. The Crown is so simple that the blind can thread and use it. The York Organ is per pection in tone, power and finish. See it. The Florence Oil Stove is certainly the best. Try it. I sell LOW FOR CASH, or on very easy terms. Give me a call. Agents wanted, M. 1. MAIN, • Carroll street, next door to the Lutheran j Church property, Westminster, Md. ' P. S.— All kinds of Sewing Machines ; repaired promptly, well and cheap, M ork | guaranteed. mays,B3-ly j ENTERPRISE. I take the pleasure of calling the attention of the public to one of the hest selected stocks of goods ever brought to this section ol the country, such as Ready-Made Clothing, selected of the finest stock in the City of Bal timore; Dry Goods and Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, a large stock of Gent’s Furnish ing Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware. and everything kept in a first class store. I invite the public to give me a call. My goods are bought for the money; discounts all saved, which enables me to sell way down below competition. I will be pleased to meet j [mv friends at my new counters. It will be to | their interest to purchase of me, and they will | get as much or more for their money as they j possibly can elsewhere. No old stock. Ev erything bought new. Heady-Made Clothing in great quanti- I ty and variety. jone2-tf ' E. A ARNOLD. QPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THE MONTOUR HOUSE, West End, Westminster, Md. THOMAS B. BOND, Profrietor, Has been repaired and refurnished through out and is now open to the public. All the FURNITURE IS ENTIRELY NEW. The Table will be supplied with the BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. The Bar is stocked with CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL ROOM in the House, also BARBER SHOP. Ample Stabling, with polite and reliable hostlers. I The public is invited to try the Montour un \ der the new management, and especially the | citizens of Carroll county. dec 16-tf IG6 N ’ GAY STREET ' 106 NEW HARDWARE STORE. E. SCOTT PAYNE & BRO. 160 North Gay Street, WHITE FRONT BALTIMORE. As our business is largely increasing and | requiring more room to store anil handle goods, we have removed to the above spacious j warehouse, where we will be pleased to see our friends and the public wanting Hardware, i We have a large and well selected stock of i Builders’ and Carriage Hardware, PLOW CASTINGS, Farmers' Tools, Cutlery, Axes, Ac., Ac.. AXLES A SPRINGS, , Steel Tire, Bar Iron and Tool Steel, Felloes, : j Spokes, Hubs and heels, and a full stock of Carriage and Wagon Hardware. | E. SCOTT PAYNE & BRO., I oct 28-Gm 166 N. Gay St., Baltimore. 1 CHANGE OF TIME. Western Maryland Railroad. ON and after Monday, August 27th, 18815, Trains will run over this road as follows; PASSENGER TRAINS BUSSING WEST. Daily, except Sunday, daily I > w > > >S STATIONS. S j g * g g eg 2. I g “S o o tc 3 j ? I 2- S 0 K* Hiilen Station *7 SO 10 05 *4 00 *3 20 *6 40 *"g 55 Union Depot 755 1010 405 525 645 10 00 Penna. Avenue 800 1015 410 530 650 10 05 Fulton Station 802 1017 412 552 652 10 07 Arlington 816 10 27 421 543 707 Mt. Hope 820 10 30 125 548 712 I'ikcsville 827 10 36 435 555 720 Green Spring Jc— 835 10 43 608 729 Owings Mills 838 10 46 44C 610 735 „.. . Glyndon 860 1100 458 625 750 Hanover 10 37 6 31 Gettysburg 7 20 j Glen Falls 901 1110 635 802 Finksburg 903 1112 510 637 804 Carrollton 917 1126 655 822 Westminster 934 1144 5 40 716 845 uOB New Windsor 957 12 05 558 738 910 11 24 Linwood 10 04 12 12 6 04 745 919 Union Bridge 10 10 12 17 609 750 925 11 S 3 Frederick June’n.. 10 21 p. M. 6 22 Frederick 1125 ; 7 05 D. P. Creek 10 27 6 27 Rocky Ridge 10 36 6 35 Emmittsburg 1105 7 05 hoy's 10 41 6 40 Graceham - 10 46| 6 45 Mechaniestown..., 10 55 6 50 Deerfield 1107 7 02 SabUlasville 11 13 7 08 p. m. Blue Ridge 1122 7 17 12 30 Pen-Mar 1129 7 24 ........ Edgemont 1142 7 37 203 Waynesboro, Pa 12 07 800 Five Forks, Pa 12 17 8 10 Altcnwald, Pa 12 26 8 20' I New Franklin, Pa.. 12 35 8 30 1 Chambersburg, Pa_ 12 50 8 45 Green Village, Pa... 105 859 Southampton, Pa... 11l 909 Shippensburg, Pa... 125 9 20; Smitnsburg ll 48 744 211 Chewsville 11 58 754 222 Hagerstown 1215 8 10 2 45 Hagerst'u, C. V. D.. 115 Shepherds'll,W.Va. 2 35 Charlestown, “ 300 Front Royal, Va.... 414 Luray.Va 5 20 Waynesboro’ June. 7 55 Roanoke. Va 12 05 Bristol, Tenn P. m. 6 09 Williamsport, „ 1235 830 305 A. 11. PASSENGER TRAINS RUNNING EAST. Daily, except Sundays, da’y w > „ STATIONS 8 I | I | W 0 JL i_ JL JL I- L± A. M. P. M. A.M. Williamsport. 7 25 2 00 Bristol, Tenn Roanoke. Va 405 Waynesboro’ June. ...—• 728 I.nray, Va * i® Front Royal, Va— 10 58 Charlesfn, W. Va.. 1217 Shepherdst'n. W.V. 12 44 Hagersfn. C. V. D.. ....... 135 1 Hagerstown 745 220 Chewsville 8 01 2 38 Smithsburg 810 2 48 ! Shippensburg, Pa... I 6 35 12 20 I Southampton, Pa... 6 45 12 30 ! Green Village Pa... 6 54 12 39 ! Chambersburg,Pa.. 710 1255 ; New Franklin,Pa, 7 22 107 Altenwald Pa 732 117 ; Five Forks, Pa 7 40 120 i Waynesboro, Pa 7 52 1 38 Edgemont 818 258 203 Pen-Mar 8 28 3 08 t i Blue Ridge - 833 315 216 . SabUlasville 841 324 Deerfield - 8 47 3 30 Mechanicstown 900 345 240 ; Graceham 9 05 3 51 Loy's 910 3 55 ....... i Emmittsburg 8 40 3 25 ! Rocky Ridge 9 14 4 00 ; D. P. Creek 9 22 4 08 Frederick 8 35 Frederick Junc’n... A. M. A.M. 926 P.M- 413 i Union Bridge 440 615 937 100 427 310 i Linwood 447 620 942 105 432 New Windsor 456 627 948 11- 439 320 Westminster 527 64810 05 133 505 335 ? I Carrollton 547 705 150 525 ; I Finksburg 605 718 2Q3 038 i Glen Falls 609 722 207 542 ' Gettysburg ..••••• 750 Hanover 540 837 ) Glyndon 620 73610 50 216 551 Owings Mills 636 751 11 02 230 605 Green Spring Jc.,, 640 755 233 608 P Pikesville 650 804 1113 241 616 Mt. Hope 058 812 11 20 249 624 Arlington, 703 817 11 23 253 627 Fulton Station 715 Penna. Avenue 720 880 II 3-1 305 640 440 Union Depot 725 835 1140 310 645 450 Hiilen Station 730 840 11 45 315 650 .4 55 I.) SUNDAY TRAINS Going East, will leave Union Bridge for Baltimore and intermediate Stations at 5.15 a. m. 4.30 p. ra. and Westminster at 6.55 a. m. and 5.05 p. m. Going West, will leave Baltimore for Union Bridge and inter mediate Stations at 8.40 a. m, and 2.00 p. m. and Westminster at 10.29 a. m. and 3.51 p. m. EMiMITTSBURG RAILROAD. Trains South will leave Emmittsburg at 840 a. m. . and 3.25 p. m., arriving at Rocky Ridge at 9.10 a. ra and 3.55 p. m. Trains North will leave Rocky ' 1 Ridge at 10.36 a. m, and 6.35 p. m, arriving at Em mittsburg 11,05 a. m, and 7.00 p. m. • 1 Baltimore and Cumberland Valley R. R.— i Trains leave East daily, except Sunday. Shippens i burg. 6.35 a. ra, and 12.20 and 3.20 p. m., Chambers • ! burg 7.10 a. m, 12.55 and 3.55 p. m„ Waynesboro 7.52 a, m., 1.38 and 4.35 p. m., arriving at Edgemont 8.15 a. m„ and 2.00 and 4.55 p. m. Sundays, leave Ship -7 pensburg 12.20 p. m, and 3.20 p. m., Chambersburg ; 12.55 p, m. and 3.55 p. m, Waynesboro 1.38 p. m. and 4.35 p. m, arriving Edgemont 2.00 p. m. and 4.55 p m. Trains West daily except Sunday. Edgemont 7.30 and 11.43 a. m„ and 7.38 p. m, Waynesboro 7.52 a. m, and 12.07 and 8.00 p. m, Chambersburg 8.35 a. m., and 12.50 and 8.45 p. m., arriving at Shippens ; burg 9.10 a. m, and 1.25 and 9.20 p. m. Sundays, leave Edgemont 12.45 and 3.32 p. m„ Waynesboro 1.10 and 3.55 p. m, Chambersburg 1.58 and 4.40 p. m, arriving Shippensburg 2.36 and 5.15 p. m. Frederick Division Pennsylvania Railroad. —Trains for Frederick leave Junction at 10.25 a. m, and 6.22 p.m. Trains for Taneytown, Littlestown and York leave Junction at 9.35 a. ra. and 6.15 p. m. Through car for Frederick leaves Baltimore at 4.00 p. m. and leaves Frederick for Baltimore at 8.35 a. in. Through cars for Hanover and Gettysburg and points on the H. J. 11. & O. R. R. leave Baltimore at 9.55 a. m. and 400 p. m. These trains daily ex cept Sunday. , _. . . Orders for Baggage calls can be left at Ticket I Office. 133 W. Baltimore street. Baltimore time giv- I cn at all stations. J. M. HOOD, GenT. Manager, sep 1 B. H. Griswold, GenT. Passenger Agent. j STORE, NEW GOODS, In Geo. W. Albauoh’s New Building, Corner Main and Court Sts., Westminster, Md. Just opened fine stock of FRESH SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, SYRUPS, FLOUR, MEATS, FRUITS, CANNED GOODS, CAKES, NUTS, ORANGES, SEGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, i HARDWARE, BASKETS, TUBS, GLASS WARE, 4c., 4c., And everything found in a first-class Gro cery Store. Having just opened, everything is fresh. NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. me a Trial. „ov4. T. F. GOODWIN. DRUG STORE, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH, Main Street, Westminster, Md. JOSEPH B. BOYLE , SUCCESSOR TO WELLS BROS., DEALER in Pure Drugs Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Combs, Toilet Soaps, Segars, 4c. Also Trusses and Shoulder Braces. Pure Paris Green for Destroying Potato Bugs. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES. Patent Medicines, Horse and Cattle Powders, 4e. A fine assortment of STATIONERY. jgy” Physicians’ orders promptly filled and Prescriptions carefully and accurately com pounded. mar Utf J T. ANDERS, MERCHANT TAILOR, Main Street, i NEAR DEPOT, WESTMINSTER, MD. | Just received a splendid line of Suitings, Overcoatings, both foreign and domestic, and of the most beautiful styles. First-class Suits | put up in the latest styles. Fits guaranteed or no sale. AT BOTTOM FIGURES: A large line of home-made Kerseys, Cloths, and cheap Cassimeres for every day wear. GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS A SPE- | CIALTY. Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Shirts, Over alls, Collars, Cuffs, Neckwear. Always re ceiving the latest styles of Neckwear. Do j not fail to call before purchasing; the prices | will be guaranteed at all times. J. T. ANDERS, sep 20-3 m Westminster, Md. 1 gHARRER BROS., CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS, HAVE MOVED INTO T II E NEW WANTZ BUILDING And now show the largest stock OF Cloths, Cassimeres, Worsteds, SUITINGS, &c., From which their customers can select. OUR STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING AND GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS Cannot he excelled in the Stale. jgtaT’WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of this business; therefore, we carry a larger variety of goods than any other house in the county. Prices as low as first-class goods mil justify. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER AND PITS GUARANTEED. SHARRER BROS., oct!3 Westminster, Md. THE BIG FIRE The Zeiber Building has been rebuilt and I am back in my new store, and am now get ting in a choice line of WALL PAPERS, all new and handsome designs, just from the factory. Window Shades and Shade Goods in all colors, with all the new styles of trim mings, Ac. I have also ADDED THE PICTURE BUSINESS, and will keep on hand and make to order all sizes and grades of Picture Frames. A choice selection of Oil Paintings, Chromos, Ac.,which I am selling very low. I also have a very j handsome line of Window Cornices, Walnut and Ebony Poles for Lace and other Curtains. These are a class of goods that retail at a very high rate, but I am now making a specialty of them, and will guarantee to sell 25 per cent, less than city prices. My facilities are now complete for doing ail kinds of work in my line, and I am fully prepared to do all kinds of Upholstering, Mattress Making, Laving Carpets, Ac. Parties wanting Papering done cannot find any better or newer styles to se lect from than" I have, nor any better work men to put it on for them, at prices that defy competition. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Thanks for past favors. J. M. WELLS, Zeiber Building, Main Street, sep 22-tf Westminster, Md. SCHOOL BOOKS. Newell’s Revised Readers, Shephard’s Grammars, Piet’s Universal Speller, Kerney’s U. S. History, Scharl’s School History of Maryland JOHN B. PIET A CO., PUBLISHERS, Baltimore, Md. Catalogue Mailed on Application, april 28-lyr JpHILIP WALSH & SONS. Alt KINDS OF LUMBER A BUILDING MATERIALS, AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES. YARDS Maryland Avenue and Oliver street; Harford Avenue and Hoffman street, BALTIMORE, MD. Convenient to Western Maryland Railroad. July 1, 1882-ly A CHANGE in Proprietorship OF THE WESTMINSTER CITY HOTEL. Having taken charge of the above Hotel and thoroughly renovated it, I am now pre pared to accommodate either transient or permanent custom in the best manner. Per sons attending Court will receive especial at tention. The Stables are in charge of a reliable and experienced hostler, and guests are assured that their horses will be promptly fed and at tended to. Free Hack to and from the depot for all guests. H. H. POWER, Formerly of Dill House, Frederick; Antie tam House, Hagerstown; Arctic House, Cape May, and proprietor of the City Hotel, Lan caster, Pa. may 5-tf, CARDS AND CIRCULARS printed at this Office. *