Manure for the Irish Potato.
Stable manure has been much used by
Virginia farmers for the Irish potato, and
many, no doubt, regard it as the one per
fect and complete manure for this crop.
It is excellent for the purpose beyond a
doubt, as are also some other forms of do
mestic animal manure. But the farmer
can hardly afford to take this manure for
the purpose, and we hold that no animal
manure is exactly suitable for the potato.
Of course a plant must partake, to some
extent, of the nature of the food it imbibes,
and if the food is filth the plant cannot en
tirely escape contamination. This being
the case, it is worth while, in a sanitary
jioint of view, to pay some attention to the
nature of the plant foods of the crops upon
which we ourselves feed.
Now, not only can the farmer find better
use for his animal manures than to employ
them in the production of potatoes, but he
can get a cheaper one from his woods, and,
with the aid of a little superphosphate to
quicken action, an equally effective one as
to results. Well rotted litter, such as may
be scraped up on any farm, has been found
excellent for the potato, used in conjunction
with superphosphate. The latter alone
will not act near as well as it docs when the
litter is also applied. The potato is a crop
that seems absolutely to demand some
coarse material in the ridge for the potatoes
to grow in. There is no doubt that it is
because it keeps the ridge mellow, and it
gives the tubers room to grow. A very
light sprinkle of the phosphate, with plenty
of rich pine straw mould, will produce as
good a crop of potatoes as a full application
of stable manure.
The litter should be at least half rotted,
and the entire trench made for planting the
sets should be filled with it. The sets may
be dropped first, the litter put upon them
and the superphosphate applied on top the
mould. Or the plan may be reversed by
putting the superphosphate first, the litter
upon that and the potato above all.
A piece of land planted thus to potatoes
in March or April, and the crop removed
in July, would afford a most desirable
preparation for a turnip patch next fall.
It would be fine for winter cabbages or
collards also, the latter a crop (much ne
glected) that ought to be planted largely
for ewes, milch cows, &c., in winter.
We advocate this cheap manure for the
potato. Let the stable and stock pen
manures be spread over the wheat, clover
and oat patches early in spring, or applied
to the corn land, trucks, &c. It will pay
better thus. Rotten pine straw and good
commercial fertilizer in small quantity will
do for the potato, especially in the interior,
where none is raised for market.
How an lowa Dairyman Milks.
The following, from The Dairy , con
tributed by an lowa dairyman, shows what
absolute cleanliness means: “It is said that
it is as hard to be clean as it is to be good.
Well, I think it is not hard to be good,
even for a dairyman, if he only does as he
would be done by, and just as easy to be
clean. This is my method of doing it:
At five o’clock I am in the cow stables;
the feed prepared the night before is put
into the feed boxes, which are first cleared
of all remnants of former food; and, if sour,
they arc scoured out with warm water and
a broom. While the cows are eating they j
are thoroughly carded and brushed, as well I
as any well-kept horse is, and all over, from
head to switch. The udder is sponged, if
necessary, and wiped with a clean towel, j
and not a dingy rag. The gutters arc then
cleaned out, and the stalls, a common road
broom being used to finish after a broad
scraper, which draws the manure down to
the trapdoors into the cellar. The floor j
and the gutters are then littered well with j
sawdust, when we have no straw. For ■
fifteen cows this takes an hour. Then I
go to breakfast. At half-past six the cows
are milked, and each milker has overalls
and an apron made of striped ticking, with
which be can milk in bis Sunday clothes
and slippers if he likes; and any lady may I
go in with a silk dress on and not hurt it. I
As the milk is drawn it is strained at once j
in the deep pails which stand on the plat- j
form and are kept covered; the milk pails
have strainers, and a double strainer is kept
in the deep cans, so the milk goes through j
three strainers. But this is not really ne- 1
cessary, as I would cheerfully drink a glass j
. of milk direct from the cow as I milk it. |
But out of consideration for my customers
who buy my butter and milk, I put the
milk through three strainers. As soon as i
the deep pails are full they are closed and
carried to the milkhouse and handed to the
person who sets the milk in the poolorthc
creamery, or, if it is put into shallow pans,
strains it at once. Now, there is nothing
hard to do about this. It is so easy after
having begun it and got into the way of it,
that it would be hard to stop it. And 1
don’t see how it is easier to be cleaner than |
we are in our dairy.”
Save all the ashes from the fire-places,
and put them on the smoke-house or cellar
floor, where they will keep dry till wanted
for use. Then at thetime of planting corn
have a hand to go along before the planters
with a bucket of ashes, and drop a full
single handful immediately under each lull.
As the ashes are put down, let the hand
knock over it a little dirt with the foot, and
then set the foot upon the spot for the corn j
to be planted. In this way the planters
will know just where the ashes are depos- '
ited, and will not fail to get the seed in the |
right place. A handful of good bard wood ,
ashes, such as are usually made in every I
country fire-place iu winter, will make a
good strong stalk of corn grow on quite
poor land, and each stalk will yield an ear
of solid grain that without the ashes would
be but sorry stuff. There is no better fer
tilizer than ashes of bard wood, and being
in a concentrated form, a very little of it is
required to make good corn. There is
probably no better use to make of it than
to put it all under the corn. Two or three
bushels is enough for an acre of corn, a
handful to the bill, and as the ashes cost
nothing, it thus becomes the cheapest and
best fertilizer for corn that can be employed.
We have during the winter saved up quite
a lot of ashes, which we intend to use in
the above way, having been led to this way
of fertilizing corn by the advice and prac
tice of an old darkey, who always makes
plenty of good sound corn. It is important
to keep the ashes dry till used. — Petert
The woodpeckers, which apparently de
stroy the trees by their constant drilling,
are only after the insects, and often save
trees that would be destroyed but for their
aid. There is no bird more valuable to an
orchard than the woodpecker, and the surest
sign of insect depredations under the bark
is the visits of the woodpecker to the trees.
He never attacks the trees unless in search
A smart farmer’s wife kept an account
of the number of miles traveled in a year
by her husband in going a long distance to
water his horses. When he heard the
figures he had water brought conveniently
near, and also, like a sensible man, took the
hint broadly, and put many conveniences
in the house to save his wife steps.
A pint of soot from the chimney or stove
pipe in a pailful of water will make a liquor
of the greatest value for flowers and plants
of all kinds.
No system of farming is complete that
dispenses with clover as a rotation crop.
A. H. WENTZ
Is sole agent for the
ROCKFORD QUICK TRAIN
Buy no other if you want
A GOOD, RELIABLE TIMEKEEPER.
He also has other
AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
at greatly reduced prices, from sll upwards.
MANY NOVELTIES IN
PINS, EAR RINGS,
SILVER & SILVER-PLATED
In great variety. Call and examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Ask for the Rockford Watch,
and Buy no Other,
A. H. WENTZ,
Opposite Catholic Church,
mar l-4t Westminster, Md.
QREAT BARGAINS IN
$5,000 WORTH TO BE SOLD
WITHIN THE NEXT 00 DAYS,
REGARDLESS OP COST.
| Parties desiring to pur
chase will do weU to caU
and examine our Stock
before purchasing else
where, and we will con
vince you that *
WE SELL AS LOW AS ANY
HOUSE IN THE COUNTY,
OP GOODS INTO
J. OEISELMAN & SON.
mar 8-2 m Westminster, Md.
'yyE BUY DIRECT PROM THE
f boots/| | SHOES, |
fa @ <& @
°\ HATS, ( \ | CAPS, ( '\
VALISES and UMBRELLAS.
j BY MAKING A SPECIALTY of the j
[ above named goods, we can offer great in- j
j Having had 15 Years’ Experience j
I In this line of business, we claim to be
i judges of goods and to understand the wants '
| of the people, and to give them in exchange
for their money
Goods that will Please Them,
Both as to quality and price. Look at the |
Men's Plow Shoes 00 cents and up.
Ladies’ Lace Shoes To “ “
Child's Pegged Shoes Jfi> ‘ “
Men's Hats 2o “ “
A FULL LINE OF THE LATEST STYLE !
CALL AND SEE THE “FEDORA.” |
£o*Having made arrangements with the
largest manufacturers, and buying for cash,
we will be enabled to give our customers such
bargains as will retain their confidence and
U. L, REAVER & CO.,
First National Bank Building, R. R. Depot,
WESTMINSTER, MD. marS-ly
Being compelled to change my business on
account of my health, I will sell my entire |
stock of goods, consisting of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Sec.,
I WILL ALSO SELL
MY DWELLING HOUSE,
One of the most desirable residences in West
minster, next door to the postoffice.
marS-tf H. L. NORRIS.
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, 4c.,
Of the moat Tasteful Description. Moderate
Prices. Main Street, Westminster, Md.
mar 1 6m*
\ XEB, the best in the market, for sale by
J\. A. N. STEPHAN,
J. T. ORNDORFF’S
PLEADER IN FASHIONS.
WE FLAG THE TRAIN.
Everybody on the Bargain Seekers' Railroad
stops at our signal—
HONEST GOODS! LOWEST PRICES!
The wise and the economical gut off right
here, the lowest point on the line. Get your
ticket via this popular route, and come straight
through to the
BIG BARGAIN DEPOT.
We arc ready and waiting for you with a big
Big Bargains, Big Inducements, Big
Display of the Finest, the Latest,
the Most Desirable Styles of
Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods and Notions;
also an Elegant
CARPETS,OIL CLOTH. MAT
TING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Our receipts of new
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
Have been simply immense. We can save
you money, we can save you time and trouble,
and give you
In every particular. We have a full line of
SUMMER SILKS AT 50 CTS.
$5,000 WORTH OP CARPET
For you to select from. We have
25 ROLLS OF RAG CARPET,
Made of heavy 3-ply chain, we will sell at 25
cents per yard. We are receiving
A BIG LINE OF MATTINGS,
To sell at very low prices.
Ladies’ Gaiters as low
as 75 cents per pair;
Ladies’ Alexander 3-
Button Kid Gloves in
all the latest shades,
best in . the world, for
50 cents per pair.
CORSETS AS LOW AS 35 Cts.
ALSO A BIG LINE OF
COTTONADES AND CHEAP
MEN’S AND BOYS’ HATS 25 CENTS.
A Job Lt of Shoes will be sold at half price.
J. T. ORNDORPF’S
tear BIG BARGAIN DEPOT,
| mar 15 Westminster, Md.
i "piLOUB! FLOUR! FLOUR!
Westminster Flouring Mills,
j W. S. MYEH 4 BRO. Proprietors.
| Manufacture and have on sale the following
| brands of Flour:
i Oriole Family )
> Patent Process.
A No. 1 Family J
i Westminster Family 1
j / New
i Parr's Ridge Family
j Westminster Extra J
Above Brands Flour on sale at Barrel Prices,
I Half Barrel Sacks, (08 tbs.)
j Quarter “ “ (49 tbs.)
Eighth “ “ (241 lbs.)
j Sixteenth “ (121 tbs.)
Have constantly on band and for sale Bran,
I Middlings and Offall in general. Agents for
Standard Brands of Fertilizers.
For sale at Manufacturers’ Prices,
feb 4 1882-ly
' JpHILIP WALSH Se SONS.
41,1. Kisns of
LUMBER 4 BUILDING MATERIALS,
THE LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Maryland Avenue and Oliver street; Harford
Avenue and Hoffman street,
Convenient to Western Maryland Railroad.
July 1, 1882-ly
A HANDSOME LINE, to which wo ii.vit-P
Order a sample of our Oxe-Doi.lar
WM. J. C. DULANY 4 CO.,
Wholesale Booksellers and Stationers,
332 and 334 W. Baltimore St.,
feb 23 BALTIMORE, MD.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
ALLGIRE & WARNER,
Haring purchased the Cigar and Tobacco
Store of Buckingham 4 Parker, in the old
Hesson Bnilding, near the depot, Westmin
ster, have refitted the same and put in a large
stock of Cigars and Tobacco of all brands;
also all Smokers’ Supplies.
They manufacture Cigars, and invite the
public to try their new brand. A smoking
room, neatly furnished, in the rear of the
store, and friends arc invited to call,
feb 2 1884-lyr
H’ OBSE BILLS PRINTED AT THE
HEAVY & WINTER GOODS
J. E. MATHEWS’j J
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Dress Goods, Flannels, Kerseys.
Wool Jackets, Shawls, Nubias, Hoods,
Back, Dogskin and Yarn Gloves and Mittens,
Undershirts, Vests, Drawers, Ac., Ac.
All Marked Down at Closing
To make room for Spring (foods.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
Must and will be sold.
NOW is YOUR CHANCE for BARGAINS.
Two Cases of the Celebrated MAGRUDER
Calf Boots left, and I intend to Skli. them.
Every pair warranted medium weight.
CARPETS, 20 Cents and Up.
Come and make your own prices, as I am
going to close them out.
A Pull Line of Rubber Goods.
Men's, Boys’, Misses’ and Children's Boots
and Shoes, Arties, Gossamer Coats, Ac.
PELS’ HAND-MADE SHOES 83.50
ggk„ Dr. Mathews’ Family Pills are doing
A HAPPY GREETING TO ALL.
jat!2C J. E. MATHEWS.
J. T. WAMPLER
Cordially invites his friends and the public
generally to call and examine his
LARGE STOCK OP GOODS,
and compare prices before purchasing else
where. We have
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS
AND DOMESTIC GOODS, Ac.,
OF ALL KINDS.
OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT
Is full and complete with all the Latest Nov
elties. In oar
j Which is the largest and best selected in the i
i county, we defy competition.
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Is always complete with all the various grades
of Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Spices, Fruits, Ac.
We keep also a Large Stock of
| Japaned Ware, Tin Ware, Wooden
Ware, Glass Ware and Sample
f All of which we sell at Rock Bottom Prices.
J. T. WAMPLER,
j ap 22-tf West End, Westminster, Md.
Hand -made furniture
O. M. HITESHEW, UNIONTOWN, MD. j
Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of
HAND-MADE WORK A SPECIALTY. |
Suits, hand-mude, for $22 and upwards,
I which he guarantees to outlast any factory
• work for the same figures. Always on hand
20 TO 40 VARIETIES OF CHAIRS.
Lounges of every description, Marble-Top
I Work, Hair Cloth, and Plush Parlor Suits, 1
j No. 1 Wire Mattresses, below the lowest and 1
everything in the Furniture line at Bottom
Prices. UNDERTAKING a specialty.
: Constantly on hand the finest line of Caskets,
Coffins-and Shrouds in the county. Embalm
ing done, and satisfaction guaranteed in all |
cases. ICE CHEST furnished free of charge.
: Also manufacturer and owner of the patent
I of the celebrated ATKINSON WASHER,
I which has no equal. Perfect work guaran
j teed. For irasliimj jlanneh it ha* no et/nal, j
| Also on hand the Universal and Novelty
i Wringing Machines, the best in the market.
I Give me a call and save money in good goods,
as all work is warranted. feb IG-tf
j Newell’s Revised Readers,
Piet’s Universal Speller,
Kerney’s U. S. History,
Scharf’s School History of Maryland
JOHN B. PIET A CO., PUBLISHERS,
Catalogue Mailed on Application,
i april 28-lyr
FRANK K. HERR. SAMVEL K. HERR.
K. HERR & BRO.,
1 . i
I BUGGIES, JAGGEB WAGONS!!
PHAETONS, &C. . j
| Special attention given to Repairing. All I
orders promptly filled and work of every kind 1
fits]!”'Factory opposite the Montour House,
I Main street, Westminster, Md. aug 8-ly |
I Wp taJie this means of informing the public ;
; that we have opened a Heal Estate Agency in I
Westminster, and will give special attention
j to the purchase and sale of Real Estate in i
! Carroll and the adjoining counties, and to the !
; renting of property and collection of [ents, !
; negotiating loans on mortgage, and all other j
business usually conducted by agencies of this 1
One of the members of the firm being aprac- ,
tical surveyor of large experience will continue i
his profession, and will also attend to all man
ner of conveyancing, searches, investigation
of land titles, Ac., on the most reasonable
Office in the building of the Carroll
County Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
WM. A. WAMPLER,
j an 5 RICHARD MANNING.
~VT EW STORE, NEW GOODS, and
I have built,a Store Room next door to
my old stand. Bowers’ Hall, and my stock
consists of a fulllineof good fresh GRO
CERIES AND PROVISIONS, comprising
all kinds o ( Salt Meats, cut to suit, Salt Fish,
Coffee, Siigsr, Syrups, Spices, Pb>p Beef, Bo
logna Sausage, Flour, Corn, and Buckwheat
Meal, and all articles generally kept in a good
Grocery and Provision Store, all of which will
be sold low, delivered to any part of the town.
With long experience and by strict attention
to business, I solicit a liberal share of the
pc,,lie patronage. BOWERS.
TAOB SALE. — New Falling-Top PHAE
]T' TON, full leather top, fine cloth lined;
frill be sold cheap, at L. C. TRUMBO 8 To
bacco and Cigar Store, Main street, near
f’ourt, Westminster, Md. mar22-3t
JJAVE YOU HEARD the NEWBP
M. C. STRASBURGER
INTO A LARGER STOREROOM,
WITH A NEW AND INCREASED STOCK
Groceries and Provisions,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
I HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK,
WILL SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN
ANY HOUSE IN CARROLL CO.
Light Brown Sugar at 6$ cents.
White Sugar at : 8 “
Good Roasted Coffee at 12 u
Good Tea at 80 “
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Raisins, Figs,
Oranges, Lemons, Flour by the barrel
or bag, Corn Meal, Buckwheat, Salt Fish,
Cigars and Tobacco.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
A Pull Line of Confectionery,
which cannot be surpassed in quality,
And sell them at way-down prices.
1 have just laid in a large stock of
HAMS, BACON, CHIP BEEF, and BO
LOGNA SAUSAGE, cut to suit.
IF YOU WISH TO SAVE MONEY,
Strasburger’s Cheap Store,
In the building lately occupied
by Theodore Derr,
mar 22 Westminster, Md.
j Is Geo. W. Albaugh’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,
HARDWARE, BASKETS, TUBS, GLASS- i
WARE, 4e., 4c.,
And everything found in a first-class Gro
cery Store. Everything is fresh.
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
B®“Give me a Trial.
| nov 4. T. F. GOODWIN.
JJAINES & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
Respectfully call attention to their large j
stock of Groceries, 4c., at their Store, a few
doors east of the Railroad Depot, Wcstmin- j
Our facilities are such as to enable us to j
offer great inducements in prices, as vip pur
j chase for Cash and sell at Short Profits. Our
stock consists of
Choice Flour, Groceries, Queens
ware, Stoneware, Glassware,
Willow-Ware. Woodenware. Pine
Cutlery, Fish, Bacon, Lard,
Salt, &c., &c.
are the finest and best ever offered in this city, i
and for medicinal or family use are unsur
passed. Sole agents for the well known Welty !
Ale, Porter and Beer, by the bottle or
Sole agents. for Briggs Bros, world-re
uouned Garden and Power Seeds.
The highest market price paid for Country j
feb 22, 1879 HAINES 4 CO.
OHAS. 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
TUNER AND REPAIRER OF PIANOS,
! CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGANS.
Permanently located at
.. ~, ,r
MARSH HOUSE, Westminster, Ud.
AH orders by mail or otherwise will receive
i prompt attention.
Refers to Dr. Chas. Billingslea, Westmin
ster, Prof. W. H. Zimmerman, Westminster,
New Windsor College, Protestant Episcopal ,
I Church, Westminster. sepl,BS-ly [
; J>ALE, POOB, PUTTS'* PALLID,
! Considering all the )l|s thftt attack little
children, it i a wonder that any of the poor
little youngsters live to grow up.
There are children who are truly objects of
pity. They seem almost bloodless. Their
cheeks ore thin and pinched; their eyes are
hollow; and their skin is tightly drawn over
their foreheads. There is nothing hearty
about them. They do not enjoy their lives.
| They are suffering from the debility that leads :
jto marasmus. Poor things!
Do a good deed for the pale, poor, puny, |
i pallid child. Hand its mother a bottle of
I Brown's Iron Bitters. Here is life even for j
the most delicate, the most debilitated; for i
the child almost given up for dead. Iron in
; the blood is what the child needs, to bring it
| up. The little digestive apparatus will M
i payer, The pale cheeks will fill oat. The
I weary groan of the child will be exchanged
for the merry prattle of infantile gladness.
I Your druggist will tell you what wonders
■ Brown's Iron Bitters has done for very sick
1 hildren. deu 15
STOBCK * SONS,
DOOBS, SASH, BLINDS, &C.,
of our Own Manufacture,
77 E. Monument Street, and 259 N. Front St,
Baltimore, Md., 1} squares from Western
. Maryland Depot.
fOr-C, nods delivered to Depot free.
July 8, 1882-tf
JJOBSEB * MULES FOB SALE.
The undersigned has opened a Sales Stable
at Grove’s Hotel, Manchester,
and will always have for sale a
of WORK and DRIVING
SES. Also a fine lot of MULES.
augll-tf P. J. YOST.
Special attention given to Sales of Real
Estate and Personal Property. dec22-tf
GREAT SOIL ENRICHER.
By Analysis Equal to Bone.
THE STANDARD FERTIL
IZER FOR CORN.
Best and Cheapest for AH Crops.
$25 PER TON, CASH.
SEND FOR OUR
BOOK OF RECENT TESTIMONIALS,
Or write to such well known farmers as
CAPT. JOHN C. BRUBAKER,
Union Bridge, Md.
WILLIAM H. DOTTERA,
Double Pipe Creek, Md.
Double Pipe Creek, Md.
GEORGE W. MANRO,.
R. A. WOOLDRIDGE & CO.,
64 Buchanan’s Wharf, Baltimore.
Philadelphia Office, 021) Walnut St.
FOR SALE BY
C. 8. DEVILBISS & SON,
T. P. MULLINIX,
Mt. Airy, Md. febl6-3m
The wonderful rosy
MORNINGS AND EVENINGS
Are said to be caused by the reflection of the
sun upon the dust east up by the recent vio
lent volcanic eruptions. 'We differ with
scientists on this point, and think it is but a
faint reflection of the success we meet with
in selling the
Elegant New Crown Sewing Ma
chine, Weaver’s Sweet-Toned
York Cottage Organ, and the Neat,
Comfortable Florence Oil Stove.
Having sold over 200 Crowns, about 100
Weaver Organs and many Florence Oil Stoves,
we think we can afford to stop ten minutes to
write up a little poetry which may astonish
the world. Here it is, after ten weeks hard
work and a little waste of brain (can't stand
i much of the latter):
New Crown Sewing Machine:
The rose is red,
The nose is too;
I like the CROWN,
And so will you.
Try it! try it! do!
1 Weaver’s York Cottage Organ:
Our face gets cold,
But we are bold,
And when we place a WEAVER
We are always sure to leave her;
And home we come with cash,
If we don’t have a smash.
Florence Oil Stove :
Our Stove's name is FLORENCE,
Our dog’s name is Joe:
The Stove needs but a match,
But tin pans make dogs go.
Hand made by
M. L. MAIN,
The fellow that was horribly burned but still
lives, on Carroll street, next to new Lutheran
Church, Westminster, Md. feb 2-tf
JpOR BARGAINS IN
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW
We would advise you to visit
PRAMK’ RAYWO’S HAT KM PORT HUT
FRANK KAYMO’S HAT EMPORIUM,
221 North Gay Street, 2 doors south of Market,
mg- A CALL SOLICITED.
ap 9 1883-lyr
Fire Insurance Company
OF CARROLL COUNTY.
OFFICE ; WESTMINSTER, MD.
J. W. HERING, President.
Secretary and Treasurer.
JOHN T. DIFFENBAUGH,
General Agent, Westminster, Md.
Directors.— Dr. J. W. Hering, Alfred
: Zollickoffer, Edward Lynch, David Pnigh,
Granville S. Haines, Granville T. Hering, Ur.
Saipuel Swope, R. Manning, Charles B. Rob
erts David Fowhle. jan 12-tf.
CHAS. BILUMGSLXA, D. D. 8. O. C. BAUGHMAN, D. D. S.
JJILLINGSLEA ft BAUGHMAN,
Office One Door West of the Union National
Bank, Westminster, Md.
Will visit the following places:
Union Bridge. —lst Wednesday and Friday
following of each month.
Netc Windsor. —2d Wednesday and Friday
following of each month.
Taneytovm. —Next to the last and the last
Friday in each month, remaining until Satur
One of the firm can always be found in the
office. sep 23-tf
A CHANGE in Proprietorship
WESTMINSTER CITY HOTEL.
Haying 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
The Stables are in charge of a reliable and
experienced hostler, and guests arc assured
that their horses will be promptly fed and at
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. mj 5-tf
B. G. BLANCHARD
CABPBTS, CABPBTS, CABPETS!
THE LARGEST VARIETY in Westminster
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
HANDSOME INGRAIN & THREE-PLY
Ranging in price from 40 Cents to $2.00.
Call or send for circulars explaining our
plan of selling Carpets, which is done through
the medium of a most wonderful invention —
RICHARDSON S CARPET EXHIBITOR.
By the aid of this device we are enabled to
show you, before purchasing, precisely how
your carpet will look when made up and laid
upon your floor. Don’t fail to call and see it
before buying, as yon can surely save money
by buying in this way.
We also have full lines of goods usually kept
in stock, such as
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CLOCKS, MIRRORS, Ac.
Prices as low as any house in Westminster.
may 8-tf B. G. BLANCHARD.
JOHN E. ECKENBODE,
Jagger Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons,
&c., &0., &0.
Special Attention Given to Repairing.
All Orders Promptly Filled and
Work of Every Kind Warranted.
SST’FACTORY, Corner of Liberty and
i George Streets, Westminster, Md., where I
have just erected new and large Shops, giving
)me better facilities than heretofore. A call
is solicited. may 5.
| QENTBAL DRUG STORE,
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Main Street, Westminster, Md.
JOSEPH B. BOYLE,
SUCCESSOR TO WELLS BROS.,
DEALER in Pure Drujs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Perfumery, Fancy Articles,
Hair and Tooth Brushesj Combs, Toilet Soaps,
[ Segars, Ac. Also Trusses and Shoulder 1
Pure Paris Green for Destroying
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS
FOB MEDICAL PURPOSES.
1 Patent Medicines, Horse and Cattle Powders,
j Ac. A fine assortment of STATIONERY.
\ SST Physicians’ orders promptly filled and
Prescriptions carefully and accurately com
pounded. mar 17tf
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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,
j Westminster, Md. feb 14-tf
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
i Offic with Hon. C. 15. Roberts. July 19
After December Ist, 1881, Dr. J. 11. BIL
LINGSLEA will occupy the late residence of
his father, Main Street, two doors East of
Huber’s Drug Store. nov 2G-y
_ . ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Office, opposite Westminster Hotel, Main St.,
Westminster. aug 1-tf
CUAS. T. REIESNIDER. CHARLES E. FINE.
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 Keifsnider & Fink. All business en
trusted to our care will receive prompt atten
tion. Office —Main street, adjoining the res
idence of Chas T. Rcifsnider.
CHAS. T. KEIFSNIDER, 1
CHARLES E. FINK.
Westminster, Md., Oct. 20, 1881. 0c22
i. K. BYESTER. JAS. A. C. BOND.
S TESTER & 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,
JOSEPH M. PARKE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Will practice in the various Courts of Carroll
county. SSaf 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
A/f cKELLIP ft CLABAUGH,
i-T-l ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,
Special attention given to the obtaining of
Decrees for the sale of Real Estate, and Col
lections and Remittances promptly made,
Can be found for the present at the office of
Dr, J. H. Billingslea. Prompt and careful
attention given to business. jan26-tf
vx ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office with Jas. A. C. Bond, on Main op
posite Court street. All businessentrusted to
my charge will also receive the attention of
Jas. A. C. Bond, Esq. may 20-ly
GEO M. PEARCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on Mam street, nearly opposite Court,
in the room formerly occupied by John J.
Baumgartner, deceased. Will attend prompt
ly and diligently to all business entrusted to
him- July 5, 1879
E PRANK TRACT,
Office with Hon. Wm. P. Maulsby.
fifcjU Consul unions in German and English,
sept 1, 1884-ly
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in all Courts throughout the
State, nov 13-tf
CARDS AND CIRCULARS printed at
W EBTE Mr B
FOR STUDENTS of JlO W
WT SEPARATE DEPARTMENT,.
ter Incorporated by Art of m
Occupies one of the most beautiful i
healthful sites in the State. C j
appropriation from the Legislature for .u
tree Board of one student from each Sen
tonal District. Provides a comfortable J m
for each two students, lias a full ( . or ,„
competent instructors. Courseof study am. I
and thorough both in the Preparatory
Collegiate Departments. Discipline strief
but kind. Terms very moderate. A ScM
arship for Three Years Tuition for film a ,,j
(to students having such Scholarship! tiL,,.
Room, Washing, Fuel and Light at the rain
of $106.67 per year. Has been in successful
operation for 1G years.
The Thirty-Third Semi-Annual Session be
gins September 4th, 1883, and ends January
25th, 1884. For Catalogue, and further in
J. T. WARD, D. D., President,
june 23 Westminster, Md.
g o. GRIMES & CO.,
THE PRINCIPAL DEPOT,
Have as complete a stock of
as can be found in our city.
NEW RAISINS, CITRON, CURRANTS,
PRUNES, DRIED AND EVAPORATED
FRUITS, MINCE MEAT, PRESERVES,
CANNED GOODS, &c.,for the Holidays,oi
the best quality.
Choice Teas, Coffees, Syrups, New Orleans
Molasses, and the best grade of Flour con
stantly on hand, at bottom figures.
We pay the highest prices for Wheat, Com
Rye, Oats, and all kinds of Country Produce,
Agents for Lafiin k Rand's Blasting Pow
Can be supplied with the best quality of Col
ton and Flaxseed Meal, Heavy Middlings,
Bran, &c., at lowest prices. Call and gee
decß E. 0. GRIMES k CO.
I have just returned from the Lumber Re
regions—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
: of all lengths and sizes, 4-4, 5-4, C-4 and 8-4
White Pine Boards and Plank. Yellow and
1 White Pine Flooring, Dressed and Undressed
Weatherboarding, White Pine, Cypress and
i Chestnut Shingles, Walnut and Asa 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, 1 hare
concluded to adopt the former as r~ guide,
and hope 1 shall oe enabled to l earn it Dut by
persons in want of anything in my line giving
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Near Depot, Westminster, Md.
BY A. N. STEPHAN.
The finest stock of Spring Goods ever of
fered in this market, such as Haines,
iTRACE CHAINS OF ALL GRADES,!
Tongue, Breast, Stay, Halter,
ear LOG AND FIFTH CHAINS.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes, Spades, SAM S
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 amlse* my
stock. Also HARDWARE, Iron, Steel,
Coach Goods, Wheels, Leather, Glass, Oils,
CUCUMBER PUMPS, .
The Celebrated Excelsior COOK STOV ES,
LONDON HORSE and CATTLE FOOD,
War READY-MIXED HOUSE PAINT,
Barb Fence Wire.
A. N. STEPHAN,
feb 17-tf Near Depot, Westminster, Md.
JpABMEBS, THIS WAY.
One DoUar and Twenty-five Cents’
Worth of Goods for Every
j Dollar Invested.
The undersigned,havingpermanently leased
1 the lot of J. T. Orndortf, adjoining H.
Dell’s lumber office, and having erected a
building thereon, offers to the public
D. M. OSBORNE 4 CO’S. CELEBRATED
Wheeler No. 6 Single Reapers, Bear
and Front Cut Mowers; also the
Best Twine Binder in the
Market, with the Most
Simple Truck in Use; Can be Easily
Moved with Two Horses.
I have a full line of Repairs for the Osborne
Harvesters, also Twine for binding.
I HAVE THE ECONOMIST PLOW,
Just what every farmer wants.
CORN PLANTERS, CORN PLOWS,
HORSE, RAKES, 4c.
Call and examine before purchasing, and you
will be convinced that I have just the goods
you are looking for. Also a full line of
86?“ DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES,
The best in use. Yours, 4c.,
JOHN G. SHUNK.
mar 8-4 m Westminster, Md.
JH. MEDAIBT ft CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
No, 0 North Howard Street,
Opposite the Howard House,
Books Made to Order in any
Style. nov 26 1882 ly
2000 TONS OP BARK WANTED
AT BCHLOSSER TANNERY, MD.
We will pay $8 cash per ton of 2,000 pound*
for CHESTNUT and SPANISH OAK BARK
of best quality, delivered at our Tannery dur
ing May and June. Bark must be in prime
ENGLAND 4 BRYAN.
Tannery Station, Carroll county, Md.
mar l-2m Jas. S. Baer, Foreman.
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