SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10,1885.
FOR COMPTROLLER OF THE STATE TREASURY,
J. FRANK TURNER.
FOB CLERK OF THE COURT OF APPEALS,
SPENCER C. JONES.
For House of Delegates,
SAMUEL 11. HOFFACKER.
JOHNZIE E. BAESMAN,
ELIAS B. ARNOLD.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court,
WILLIAM N. MARTIN.
For Register of Wills,
GEORGE M. PARKE.
JOHN T. LYNCH,
For County Commissioners,
ELI T. BENNETT. •
JOHN N. SELBY,
For County Treasurer,
JOHN D. POWDER.
A Machine-Made Ticket.
The Republican convention nominated Mr.
Andrew N. Stephan for Clerk on Monday, as
the Advocate stated it would. That he is
the strongest candidate that the party could
have presented, no one will pretend, or that
he was the choice of the party. The prima
ries were slimly attended everywhere, and not
a tenth of the voters participated. The friends
of Col. McKellip made no effort at securing
pledged delegates. A convention, they sup
posed, would be a body for consultation fer
the best interests of the party, not a body of
machine delegates. They thought that one
who had been foremost in every political con
test ever since the organization of the Repub
lican party in Carroll; who had battled for
his party when there was not the slightest
chance of success, and who had devoted his
time and money in a score of contests, needed
no special champions. His eminent services
to the party they concluded were such that
the party would have felt honored in honoring
him. But they found on Monday that a youn
ger and different element had control of mat
ters. The old war horses, the old regulars,
the wiser heads were in the minority, by pre
• arranged plans concocted in this city, and the
decree had gone forth that a new leader
must be set up. With them, long .and faith
ful party service and devotion to the princi
ples of the party, counted for nothing. They
had come to rule or ruin. When their newly
chosen leader was presented there was no
guarantees of party fealty should they not he
successful. He was presented with an air of
authority, that smacked of bossism. When
the name of the old leader was presented his
services to country and party were recounted,
and his friends pledged themselves to support
the ticket. Outside of the delegates it was
very evident where the majority of tho party
stood. The name of the old leader was ap
plauded to the echo, which betokened an
eagerness for the fray with him in the front of
battle. But the controlling ejement perse
severed in their purpose and Mr. Stephan was
nominated. Continuing on, a ticket was made
up that is not as strong, by any means, ns could
have been made. Those who put it in the
field, however, will be desperate in its advo
cacy. They will work night and day to se
cure its election. It will not do for Demo
crats to rest content on the fact that their
party is in the majority. They must be up
and doing, and be as active as the opposition.
Neither must they count on the weakness of
the Republican ticket. The rather, let us
win on the merits of our own and the party
record in the county and state.
No Change Necessary.
Tho Republican convention on Monday
endorsed George M. Parke, Democratic nom
inee for Register of Wills, as eminently well
qualified for the position, and did not nomi
nate a Republican in opposition. The con
vention might as well have endorsed the whole
Democratic ticket. Every nominee is well
qualified. One candidate for the Legisleture
has had legislative experience, and two of
the others are familiar with legislative affairs,
having served in subordinate positions. The
County Commissioners have served two years,
and are experienced in conducting county
affairs. During their term they have reduced
the county debt largely, opened new roads,
built new bridges, and appropriated a consid
erable sum for new school houses —and this,
too, on a much smaller tax rate than that of
any eounty in the s ate. The candidate for
Clerk is a gentleman of intelligence and char
acter, and will make an efficient and obliging
officer. The candidate for Sheriff, and the
candidate for County Treasurer are both de
serving gentlemen. The Republicans left the
Surveyorship to Mr. Powder, not naming any
one for that position, thus conceding his fit
Voters, the Republicans might as well have
endorsed all of the Democratic nominees.
If there is reason for a change from Demo
cratic to Republican rule, there is need for a
radical change. They have admitted, by
putting a partial ticket in the field, that a
change is not necessary, and a vote for the
whole Democratic ticket is a vote for a con
tinuance of the present excellent county and
Revolt at Bossism.
■> There is a revolt all along the line at the
methods by which the county Rc
pablic2| was run last Monday.
If the ticket oneof ~w*etpeTCsrted -
any enthusiasm! and had any show of being
elected by tliff aid of Democratic votes, or
through Democratic lukewarmness, the party
would unite |n its support. Such is not tho
case, however, and the better element of the
party propose to rebuke at the polls such
usurpation. As the ticket is certain to be
defeated, many Republicans will abstain from
voting, somd will vote the Democratic ticket
and others will strike off the names of some
of the most objectionable candidates. There
is nothing to he lost in doing so, as a united
vote could not elect any part of the ticket.
What Will the Soldiers Say?
It has been the boast of the Republican
party that it saved the Union, and it has pro
claimed great respect and veneration tor the
veterans of the war. By law it has declared
that all things being equal, the veterans should
have preference when positions of honor,
trust and emolfment were to be filled. The
element that got control of the Carroll county
Republican convention on Monday is not of
that kind, however, for it substituted a civil
ian for an old soldier.
A Democratic daily paper, to be called the
Evening Star, will he started in Baltimore,
the first issue to come out this evening. The
Star will give city and state news, and be a
Democratic paper. Sample copies will be
sent free by sending name and address to
“Star Publishing Company, 18 North Street,
Baltimore.” Baltimore city and the state needs
a Democratic daily in Baltimore. The want
of one is sorely felt, and we wish the Star
success. If the Democrats of the state sup
port and encourage the enterprise, the Star
will be made a morning paper.
“The Brains of Carroll,” —
■"Ha, ha, ha! This boy will be the death^oMntf
The Duty of Democrats.
Democrats of Carroll the issues this cam
paign call for your best endeavors.
You should elect the Clerk, in order to
hold control of that part of the Circuit Court,
with its patronage of four or five deputies.
You should elect the Register, in order to
hold that important position in the Orphans’
Court, with its patronage.
Yon should elect the Sheriff, in order,to
hold that officer of the Circuit Court, who has
deputies to appoint and is oftentimes charged
with the selection of juries.
Y on should elect your legislative candidates,
because the next Legislature will have to elect
a United States Senator, Governor, Treasurer,
and two Police Com missioners for Baltimore.
You should elect your candidates for Coun
ty Commissioners, in order that the excellent
management of county affairs may be contin
ued, the county debt reduced, and taxes kept
to a minimum point. Don’t forget that the
rate in Carroll is from fifteen to sixty-two
cents lower than in counties under Republican
mle. The Commissioners, too, have the ap
pointment of 27 constables, 12 tax collectors,
about 260 road supervisors and a Steward of
, the Alms House.
You should elect the County Treasurer in
order to have a Clerk and Treasurer in sym
pathy with the County Commissioners, and to
secure harmony of purpose and unity of ac
You should elect the Surveyor, in order to
make a clean sweep of the county, and allow
no break in the victory.
Every candidate was fairly nominated, and
is entitled to your support on party grounds.
1 All are competent, and entitled to your sup
’ port on that score. The welfare of the county
depends upon your action. The full Demo
' cratic vote is demanded to overbalance Re
publican counties on the state ticket, and
' upon a Democratic Legislature may depend
! the control of the next United States Senate.
’ The importance of the election is threefold.
Be active, then, Democrats; do your whole
j. duty, and elect the whole ticket from top to
Brains Discovered in Carroll.
The people of Carroll had been under the
; delusion that their representatives in the
; Legislature during the past twelve years were
[ at least gentlemen of fair average intelligence,
i The representatives never failed to get any
, legislation desired by their constituents, and
r there was no complaint of the lack of brains.
The delusion was dispelled last Monday,
however, when the Hon. Charles E. Norris,
t of New Windsor, in a speech before the Re
. publican county convention let the cat out of
the bug, and told the people that the county
• had not been represented by any brains in
the Legislature for the past twelve years.
We have spoken of Mr. Norris as the Hon.
Charles E. Norris. We have done this in order
to he the first to give him a title which he will
i soon have, and which, considering his brains
. and great abilities as a legislator, he should
F have had long ago. Mr. Norris no doubt
i would have been selected to go to the Legis
! lature before, but he has been devoting his
time to the temperance platform and been
t too much occupied to leave home. Now that
i be has consented to go to Annapolis, the
people no doubt will fairly run over each
other on election day in their eagerness to
i secure the services of so brainy a representa
f tive. We shall endeavor to have two desks
and three pages placed at his disposal. We
I congratulate the people of Carroll on this
! opportunity to send brains to the Legislature, j
I -! ■
i The Republicans having put their ticket in I
the field, the candidates will be around begging
votes from Democrats. They will tell you i
they don’t expect to be elected, but only want
• to make a good showing when the ballots are
counted. If they don’t expect to be elected,
what matters it whether they get few or many
f votes. They are after the offices, Democrats,
i and want to control affairs in this county and
r state. Vote your own ticket, and don’t do
any complimentary voting.
The bosses that run tho Republican con
vention are already convinced that a great
mistake was made, and that the ticket nomi
nated has been coldly received. They would
gladly undo their work if they could. The
evident dissatisfaction and lake warmness,
and even open revolt, has dashed their hopes
1 of partial success. The whole ticket would
have been sacrificed for the sake of securing
the clerkship, but even trading will not save
! Democrats, remember that upon the suc
cess of your party this fall depends a Gover
nor, a Treasurer, Comptroller, Clerk of the
Court of Appeals, two Police Commissioners
for Baltimore, and a United States Senator.
By lukewarmness, or by complimentary votes
to Republican candidates, you may turn the
county and state over to the Republican party,
and may continue the United States Senate
under Republican control.
Letter from Baltimore County, Md.
[Correspondence of the Democratic Advocate.)
Rossvii.i.e, Back River Neck,
October 5, 1885.
Editors of Advocate:— Your journal con
tinues to become more interesting, and we
would not he without it for double the sub
Mr. C. Vollmer has sold a great many
peaches this season, and they were ot a su
perior quality, commanding the highest fig
ures in the market.
The packing business in our district has
! been limited this year, owing to the high
prices of fruits and vegetables,
I Fish are abundant in our waters now.
Oysters are in a good condition—dredgers
and epicures say they are exceedingly fat.
The rivers and’ estuaries are literally lined
Sportsmen are repairing their ducking
points and blinds, prior to the advent of these
luxurious fowls. The land owners of Back
River Neck are contemplating the possibility
of shelling the neck road. This would be a I
We had a lively time at the late Democratic
primaries, yet the political tempest has lulled
now, and the ship of contentment glides
peacefully over the once angry billows. Mr.
Walter R. Townsend, our young friend and
lawyer of the 12th district, was nominated for
the House of Delegates.
Messrs. Wilson and Gilmor Shaffer shipped
nearly a thousand bushels of tomatoes this
year to Baltimore markets.
Mrs. Jeremiah Shaffer, of Cranberry Val- I
ley. spent a week with relatives in our com
munity. Mrs. S. seemed highly elated with
VThe extension of the Baltimore and Ohio 1
Railroad through this part of the county is
progressing rapidly. Construction trains are
now plying between Baltimore city and the
A tramp on the P. W. and B. R. 11., near
1 Stemmer’s Run, was arrested on the 30th
ult. for a felonious assault upon a little school
. girl. He was taken before W. H. Rever,
i Justice of the Peace, who committed him to
the county jail for a hearing by the grand
■ jury. Such villains deserve the immediate
and full extent of the law.
We omitted mentioning our old friend, Jas.
M. Gillespie, as a nominee for the House of
. Delegates by tho Prohibitionists.
Our farmers are about done cutting off
corn, and are now seeding wheat.
Rev. J. H. S. Clark and brother have a cow
that yields fourteen pounds of butter per week.
Mrs. John Shaffer, formerly of Carroll, has
been ill with malarial fever, but is now con
valescing. Good will to the editors.
A mass meeting of Prohibitionists was held
in New York on Saturday night, at which
speeches were made by Rev. Dr. Deems and
W. Jennings Demorest, the Prohibition can
didate for Lieutenant-Governor. The latter
referred to Ira Davenport, the Republican
candidate for Governor, as “one of the larg
est wholesale liquor dealers in the country,”
and as “interested in three liquor saloons in
this city” kjpew York).
The Independent Republicans opposed to
the election of Col. M. S. Quay, Republican
candidate for State Treasurer, held a public
meeting Thursday-night in Philadelphia to
organize for an aggressive campaign.
The cranberry growers of Wicomico coun
ty are picking their crop, which gives em
ployment to a large number of hands.
M. J. Rutledge, a corporal in the Marine
Corps, committed suicide at Annapolis on
Saturday, by taking laudanum. He was from
It is reported from Baltimore that John E.
Owens, the comedian, is in a critical condi
tion at his home near Towsoutown. He is
afflicted with cancer of the liver and his suff
erings have induced acute mania.
There have passed over the New York,
Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad, this
season, over 800 car loads of sweet potatoes,
from Accomac and Northampton counties,
Virginia, making about 100,000 barrels.
Work on the Annapolis and Baltimore
Short-Line Railroad will begin next Monday,
on the north side of the Severn river. The
company expect to prosecute the work
through the winter and have the cars running
in the spring.
Dr. Richard McSherry, the well-known
physician, of Baltimore, died Wednesday
morning, at 9 o’clock, at his residence, North
Howard street, in the 68th year of his age.
He had been sick for about a month, and the
cause of his death was a disease of the lungs.
Mr. David Long, of Downsville, Wash
ington county, met with a horible death on
Monday evening. A horse which he was rid
ing threw him, and, one of his feet becoming
entangled in the stirrup of the saddle, he was
dragged for some distance. The horse tram
pled upon him at every step. When found
life was extinct and his body was terribly
Wm. A. Durham, who lives near Cooptown,
Harford county, last spring planted 17 acres
of tomatoes, and has already picked from the
field over 8,000 bushels. He thinks there are
now 2,000 bushels or more ripe on the ground.
He is engaged in canning them. The yield
was at least 600 bushels to the acre. The va
riety was the cardinal. They were planted
on clover sod, bone and phosphate being put
in the hills.
Michael Keyser, living in Baltimore county,
about a mile from Ellicott City, while hunting
Saturday was shot in the side and leg and
dangerously wounded by a boy who was also
hunting. Keyser had a wounded bird in his
pocket, which he had secured with a string,
and was standing behind a tree. The bird
managed to crawl out of his pocket, and at
tracted the attention of the boy, who, not
seeing Keyser, fired at the bird. Keyser is
in a precarious condition.
An old feud between Thomas Watts and
Benjamin Stoops, both colored residents of
Clear Spring, Washington county, resulted in
a fight on Friday night last, and the shooting
and killing of Stoops and the serious wound
ing of Watts. Stoops received several balls
in his body, dying almost instantly, and Watts
a ball in his back, which passed entirely
through his body. The difficulty is said to
have grown out of a charge preferred by
Stoops that Watts was criminally intimate
with Stoops’s wife.
Harry Lankford, a son of John S. Lank
ford, a leading farmer of Dublin district,
Worcester county, was shot in the stomach
by a stray ball on Saturday. The young man,
in company with a friend named Carmine,
was hunting rabbits, and hearing pistol shots
went toward the sound, thinking some one
was trying to call their dogs away. Marion
Clarke, John Horsey and George Lankford,
a cousin of the wounded boy, were firing at a
target, and one of the shots struck Harry.
His condition is serious.
Andrew G. Boyd, a well-known journalist,
of Hagerstown died there on Friday of last
week, after a brief illness, in his 61st year.
At one time he was one of the editors and
publishers of the Hagerstown Weekly News,
and subsequently editor of the Free Press, a
paper which was suppressed during the war.
Mr. Boyd was sent by the Federal authorities
into the Confederate lines, and served gallant
ly in the Confederate array. At the close he
returned to his home and re-established his
paper, which he conducted for a number of
years. Of late years he has been connected
with several of the Baltimore papers as
A gold mine has been opened near Littles
town, Pa., and a corporation called the
i Maryland and Pennsylvania Mining Company
j of Baltimore City has been incorporated to
work it. Prof. A. L. Keeport, of Littles-
J town, and a chemist in New York city are
j testing the ore. It is supposed to be a good
I find, judging from the surface ore, and the
metal will be comparatively easy to get out.
The corporation have leased 500 acres for ten
years, renewable. They expect to begin op
erations as soon as the proper machinery can
be obtained. Benj. I. Worthington, of Worth
ington’s Valley, Wm. D. Yingling. Chas. R.
Johnson and Rozelle Berryman, of Reisters
town, Baltimore county, are directors and
the chief stockholders.
Secretary of State Milligan has received for 1
record at the executive department at Annapo- j
lis certificate of incorporation of the Wash
ington and St. Mary’s Railroad Company, or
ganized for the purpose of building a railway,
to commence at Point Lookout, in St. Mary’s :
county, Md., and pass through St. Mary's,
Charles and Prince George’s to a point on the J
Southeast boundary between Maryland and :
the District of Columbia, conveniently near
to the city of Washington. The capital of j
stock of corporation is fixed at four million i
dollars, divided into 80,000 shares, of the par
value of SSO each. The incorporators named
are Wm. H. Wile, W. C. Jerrett, Robert D.
Morrison, Thomas C. Basshor and George
M. Bokee, of Baltimore.
All kinds of Watches, cheap, Cold and Sil- j
ver, at A. H. Wentz’s, Westminster, Aid.
Coal and Wood Heating Stoves, Cook
Stoves, Sausage Cutters and Staffers. A. N.
The Famous Jubilee Song, Climbing up de
Golden Stairs, can be had at Baumgartner
Go to J. D. Bowers’ for Fancy Cakes; fresh
lot just received. 2t
A fine ine of Silverware and Quadruple-
Plated Ware at A. 11. Wentz’s, suitable for
A large lot of Autograph Albums will be
sold below cost at Baumgartner & Everhart’s.
Come and get a Cane, they are sold cheap
at Baumgartner & Everhart’s.
Send to James E. Smith, General Insur- i
ance Agent, for terms before renewing or j
paying assessments on premium notes. If
you Insure in his Agency no notes are taken
and no assessments are made. Insurance i
from one day to 5 years. His rates are the j
lowest. feb 7
The Old Pittsburgh Phosphate for all crops,
a superior article, at low rates, L, Zepp, j
East End, Westminster, Md. Also, four 1
other brands of Walker Fertilizers. sep26,4t i
We make a specialty in having prime Tim- j
othy Seed always on hand. N. I. Gorsuch A
Dr. W. N. Davis, aged 52 years, one of the I
leading physicians of Reading, Pa., a few
! months ago while performing a surgical oper
ation on a patient, cut his finger slightly and
some poisonous virus entered his system
through the wound. After the puncture had ■
healed and was forgotten small inflamed spots I
began to appear on the doctor’s back. An |
eruption broke out, and in a short time a large j
carbuncle four inches in diameter had devel- i
oped above hiV left shoulder, spreading
toward the neck. Another carbuncle then
made its appearance on the other.side of the
j body six inches in diameter; still another ap-
I peared further down nine inches in diameter,
1 and a fourth came in the small of his back
fully thirteen inches in diameter. Other ear
| buncles rapidly appeared until his entire body
| was almost covered with them. The best
medical treatment was of no avail, and the
i doctor suffered the most excruciating agony,
i became unconscious, and finally died of ex
haustion Monday morning. Medical experts
say it is one of the most remarkable cases on
Edward Brain was convicted of polygamy
at Salt Lake City on Friday of last week.
Brain made a long statement to the Court,
“maintaining the truth of his belief, of which
he said he was assured by a direct revelation
of God to himself.” “His covenants,” he
said, “were made for all eternity, and he
would stand by them at all hazards.” Judge
Zane reminded Brain that two of his wives in
this “eternal covenant,” of which he spoke,
were already divorced from him. “His first
wife was dishonored in her old age. To talk
of this being an ‘eternal covenant’ under Di
vine command was blasphemy, and he was
tired of hearing such hypocritical cant.”
The Court sentenced Brain to six months’
imprisonment and payment of a fine of S3OO.
The phenomena of tornadoes, to the scien
tific study of which Lieut. John P. Finley, of
the Signal Corps, has devoted about eight
years, are now so well understood as to war
rant the belief that trustworthy warnings may
soon be sent out to the inhabitants of locali
ties which may be threatened with disastrous
visitations. Daily predictions are in fact
being made at present. The percentage of
verification is already gratifying, though the
predictions are as yet largely experimental
and arc embodied in the daily published bul
letins of the signal office only when the con
ditions favorable to the creation of tornadoes
are very pronounced. In such cases “severe
local storms” are noted as probable.
Holy Communion in the German language
at St. Mary’s Reformed church, Silver Run,
at 10 a. m., Oct 18th.
In Westminster, Md., October Bth, 1885,
Mrs. Ann Lynch, aged 86. May she rest in
St. Paul’s Reformed Church.—Regular
Divine Services Sunday morning at 10} o elk;
at night at 7 o’clock. A, S. Weber, Pastor.
Centenary M. E. Church, October 11.
Preaching at 10.30 a. m. and 7 p. ra. by the
pastor. Revival services each night during
the week. Young People’s Meeting at 6p. m.
On October 6th, 1885, at the residence of
her son-in-law, Nicholas Benson, Mecbanics
ville, Mrs. Margaret Soloman, aged 64 years.
At Union Mills, this county, September 28,
1885, Roscoe Robert, son of Austin Stoue
sifer, aged 7 months and 27 days.
Y LARGE STOCK
A. H. WENTZ’S,
JHE LARGEST STOCK
Collars, Robes, Blankets, &c.
In Western Mauyi.and,
I. A. Miller’s Harness Factory,
Bought right at headquarters in large lots.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY,
Get ray prices, then look around. I keep in
stock every article of merit known
' . I
to the trade.
See My Patent BREAST COLLAR
And if you have any regard for your
horse you will never use a straight
collar agaiu. Respectfully,
I octlo,2raos I. A. MILLER.
I JOS. A. WAESCHE,
Main and Court Streets.
feir STOP "©a
We will, and stop we must, so we intend to
close out our stock
We have many desirable goods in DRY’
GOODS, Men’s Wear, Dress Goods, Calicoes,
Cantons, Ginghams, Bleached and Brown ,
Muslin; Blankets —Grey, Scarlet, and a few
very fine White ones; Notions.
Ladies’ and Gent’s Winter Underwear,
j Ladies’ and Gent’s Hosiery.
| Ladies'and Gent’s Gloves in profuse variety
Collars and Cutfs, Needles, Pins, Buttons,
I Knitting and Sewing Cottons.
I A specially largo and fine variety of Scis- !
I sors, Laces and Edges.
Some still left; we may have just what you
want; -buy at your own price.
READY MADE SUITS, OVERCOATS, |
; Blouses. A large collection of handsome and j
fine Oil Paintings, Ac., Ac.
Do not forget that we commence to close :
j these goods out at auction on
TUESDAY NIGHT, OCT. 13,
1885, and will continue every night till all is '
sold. In the meantime during the day we j
will sell at lower prices than heretofore.
We must close by the end of October.
JOS. A. WAESCHE,
oct!o,2t Westminster, Md.
My milling business will be conducted here
after in the firm name of David Hoop A Son, 1
having associated with me my son Edward E.
in said business.
October 10, 1885. DAVID ROOP.
We beg to say : Having equipped
WAKEFIELD ROLLER MILLS
with best modern fixtures, will keep constant
ly on hand best grades of Family Flour at
moderate prices. Feed unadulterated, Hom
iny Meal, Ac., in supply. Highest cash prices
paid for wheat; Longberry a specialty.
oct 10:31 EDWARD E. ROOP.
The President and Directors of The West- i
minster Savings Institution have this day de
clared a Dividend of 6 per cent, on the Capi- !
tal Stock, and 5 per cent, on Weekly and |
Monthly deposits, payable on and after Mon
day, October 10th, 1885.
WM. H. STARR,
oct 10:3t Treasurer.
( CORPORATION tax NOTICE. I
Vy Notice is hereby given to the taxpay- I
ers of Westminster that the Mayor and Com
mon Council have made the levy for the use
of said city for the year 1885, payable on and
after October 20, 1885. Interest will be
charged after December Ist.
C. H. BAUGHMAN,
octlO 3t Collector.
The undersigned is prepared to conduct
Dress Making in all its branches in the latest
styles. Children’s clothing and plain sewing
at moderate prices, at the residence of F. A.
Diffenbach, Liberty street, above George,
oct 10 4t ’ MRS. M. 11. BERLIN.
-pTNGINES FOR SALE.
One 15-horse Plowing Engine; qne 12-
horse Geiser Traction Engine ; one JO-hqrse
Harrisburg Traction Engine. These engines
are new, and will be sola reasonably op good
octlO 3t r>. keener SHHIVER.
piLES OP NEW GOODS
*arAT OAK HALL, “©a
All the new Cloths, both plain and fancy, at
prices you never heard of before.
FANCY SACKINGS, AT 50 CENTS.
All Wool Flannels or Suits as low as 25 cts.
LADIES’ WRAPS, CHILDREN’S WRAPS.
GENT’S, YOUTH S AND BOYS’
Immense Stock to Show You.
Boys’ Boots, Men’s Boots and Shoes.
Extra cheap Satiue Prints 6} ; 4-4 Bleach
ed Muslin scts.; 4-4 unbleached sc.
We offer you Good Goods at prices as low
as the lowest. We never allow ourselves to
be undersold; we will not allow our salesmen
to misrepresent in order to make a sale; all
goods to come up to representation or money
refunded. We will show you as fine a line of
goods as ever offered in this county.
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS
Extra cheap ; 4-4 Rag Carpet made to order
at 25 cents.
Geo. C. ANDERS,
oct 10 New Windsor, Md.
PUBLIC SALE OP LIVE STOCK,
Farming Implements, &0.,
In Woolery's District, Carroll County, Md.
The undersigned, intending to relinquish
farming, will sell at public sale, at his farm,
about two miles from Finksbnrg Station, on
the Western Maryland Railroad, on the Deer
Park road, in the said district, and adjoining
the lands of George R. Carr, Luther Welsh
and others, on
Thursday, October 22, A. D. ISSS,
beginning at 10 o’clock, A. M., the following
Personal Property, namely: Six /ftps
horses, one 4-years old, Vassal stock,
one a driving mare, three are good
m_T r .'p* leaders and good workers; 1 black
colt, 5 months old; 5 milk cows,
be fresh sometime during the
winter; 2 heifers, two years old; 2 steers, 2
yearlings, a small bull, 4 young broods sows,
white Chester stock; 15 shotes, 27 pigs; 4-
horse broadtread wagon, 4-horse narrowtread
wagon, 2-horse Milburn wagon, Dayton wag
on, pole and shafts complete, built by Herr
Bros.; top buggy, farm cart, Thomas hay
rake, Willoughby grain drill, corn plan
ter, new; Pelton power and double-shaker
threshing machine, McCormick binder,
Champion mower, Champion new mower,
cutting box, corn sheller, hay fork, rope and
pulleys, complete; cider press, sleigh, new;
wheelbarrow, spring-tooth harrow, double A
hinge harrow, 2 Oliver chilled plows, 2 other
plows, hillside plow, 3 double shovel plows,
3 single shovel plows. 2 sets wheel harness,
nearly new; 3 sets lead harness, in good order;
4 fly nets, set double carriage harness, set
single harness, collars, bridles, halters, Ac.,
and a number of small articles.
I will also offer for sale about 15 tons of
clover hay and about 5 tons of mixed hay,
about 45 acres of excellent corn, standing in
shock, 300 bushels of choice potatoes.
All the above articles will positively be sold.
Terms of Sale. —All sums of $5 and under,
cash; on all sums above thatamount a credit of
10 months will be given, secured by the notes
of the purchaser or purchasers, with approved
security, bearing interest from the day of sale.
No property to be removed until settled for.
B. F. McGLONE.
oct 10.-ts R. C. Matthews, Auctioneer.
Personal Property, Law and Miscel
laneous Library, &e.,
IN THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER, MI).
By virtue of an order of the Orphans’ Court
of Carroll county, the undersigned will offer
at public sale, at the residence of the late
William N. Hayden, deceased, in the city of
Westminster, Md., on
I WEDNESDAY, 21st OF OCTOBER, 1885,
I at 10} o'clock, a. m., all the OFFICE FUR
NITURE left by said deceased, including
j Stove, Desk, Chairs, Tables, Book Case, Ac.;
i also bis Law Library, embracing many new
| and valuable books; Maryland Reports, 51 in
number, running from volume li to the last
■ edition; also Miscellaneous Library, a valua
| ble family Horse, Buggy and Harness, and
I other articles.
I Terms —All sums under §5, cash; on suras
I of $5 and over a credit of six months will be
| given, on uo.te with approved security, bear
ing interest from the day of sale. No prop
erty to be removed until settled for.
EUGENIE E. HAYDEN,
Administratrix of Wm. N. Hayden.
octlO:ts Jas. A. C. Bond, Atty. and Agent.
O. 1934 EQUITY.
In the Circuit Court for Carroll County.
John T. Warehime and Henry S. Warehime,
mortgagees, vs. Sarah A. Hann and Daniel
T. Hann, her husband, mortgagors.
| Ordered this 9th day of October, A. D.,
| 1885, that the account of the auditor filed in
this cause be finally ratified and confirmed,
| unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown
j on or before the 26th day of October, inst.;
I provided a copy of this order be inserted for
two successive weeks, before the last named
day, in some newspaper published iu Carroll
GEO. A. MILLER, Clerk.
octlo:2t Geo, A. Miu.er, Clerk.
In the Circuit Court for Carroll county,
i George W. Manro, trustee, vs. John Coffee
i Ordered this 9th day of October, A. D.,
1885, that the account of the auditor filed iu
I this cause be finally ratified and confirmed,
unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown
I on or before the 261 h day of October, inst. ;
provided a copy of this order be inserted for
two successive weeks, before the lust named
day, in some newspaper published in Carroll
GEO. A. MILLER, Clerk.
octl():3t Geo. A. Miu.er, Clerk.
O. 1818 EQUITY.
In the Circuit Court for Carroll county,
i Conrad Frankforter and John M. Boring,
Trustees, vs. Manchester Savings Institu
Ordered this Bth day of October, A. 1).,
1885, that the third account of the auditor
filed in this cause be finally ratified and con
firmed unless cause to the contrary thereof
be shown on or before the 26th day ot Octo
ber, inst; provided a copy of this order be
I inserted for two successive weeks before the
1 last named day in some newspaper published
j in Carroll county.
GEO. A. MILLER, Clerk.
! ac 10;2t GEO. A. MILLER, Clerk.
O. 2287 EQUITY.
In the Circuit Court for Carroll county,
i John J. Baumgartner and others, vs. Thomas
O. N. Baumgartner.
Ordered this 9th day of October, A. D.,
I 1885, that the account of the special auditor
filed this day in the above cause be ratified
and confirmed unless cause to the contrary
thereof lip shown on or before the 20th day of
October, : provided a copy of this order
be inserted qppe in each of two successive
weeks in some newspaper published in West
minster, Carroll county, Maryland, before said
last named dav.
GEO. A. MILLER, Clerk,
oct 10 2t GEO. A. MILLER, Clerk.
jjt O R SALE.
DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS,
on Main and Green streets,
in this city.
Inquire of McKELLIP A CLABAUGH,
octlO,tf Attorneys at Law.
OO HEAD of Virginia
ij A Heifers and Steers,
fpr sale cheap, by . .■
' G. FRANK BEAVER.
octlO 3t Westminster, Md.
GEO. W. ALBAUGH,
( fiSsTWe are now offering Elegant Sty
t Overcoats and Men’s Furnishing
Valises, Umbrellas, Boots, Shoes,
Goods GeneraHy, Lap and Hors
f Tailor-Made Suits, Satin
r OUR CASSIMERE AND COATING ST
STYLE ALL FORMER STOCKS.
OUR FACILITIES FOR SELLING YOU
PRICES, ARB UNEQUALLED, AND NO
, WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
li Upon entering our CENTER ROOM you
, when we say our stock in this line IS IMME
a ways adding the new goods as they come out,
r as being THE LOWEST. We establish the
jr by the way we are often opposed by small co
a expense, as in all others. We endeavor to
penses down in every department at much le
run for. This advantage we give our custom
stand by us. We have done already a big
i Our Ready-Made Shirt an
e We have Ladies’ and Children’s Muslin
2 Jackets, Capes, Ac., including all the differe
, of our Underwear and prices.
LADIES’ AND CHILDRE
We are doing very well already in this dep
r and “Why?” Wo have now in our Cloak R
1 FROM SI.OO
r We ask all to look at this line and the pric
: GEO. W. A
f We will have another large
1 Grocery and Housekeep
• And will again meet the views of all by giv
Rare Bargains in Queensw
' We are handling crate after crate of these
' line of goods. Call and examine our assort
' Our business is immense. We are CASH
we are package and large-lot purchasers. W
' we are satisfied with what we are doing,” and
GEO. W. A
. | oct 10,tf
j pEPOET OP THE CONDITION
Of the Union National Bank of Westminster,
t | at Westminster, in the State of Maryland,
■ ! at the close of business, October Ist, ISSS.
- | RESOURCES.
• i Loans and Discounts 8156,920.13
| Overdrafts 3,943.67
1 U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation 100,000.00
i other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages 102,063.00
■ Due from approved reserve agents 5,091.28
r I Due from other National Banks 3,778.27
5 Due from State Banks and bankers 2,026.41
! i Real estate, furniture, and fixtures 9,200.00
i I Current Expenses and taxes paid 1,522.64
, 1 Checks and other Cash Items 473.76
. i Bills of other Banks 6,737.00
c ; Fractional paper currency, nickels, and
• I pennies 22.07
1 | Specie 15,422.99
Legal Tender Notes 14,371.00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
5 j (five per cent, of circulation) 2,200.00
2 | Total $423,772.24
i Capital stock paid in $100,000.00
j Surplus Fund. 25,000.00
j Undivided profits 6,398.75
| National bank notes outstanding 73,900.00
Dividends unpaid 1,038.00
• I Individual deposits subject to cheek 195,438.34
j Due to other National Banks 20,186.55
Due to State banks and bankers 1,810.60
i Stale of Maryland, County of Carroll, ss:
, j I, J. \V. Hering, Cashier of the above-named bank,
I do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
I to the best of mv knowledge and belief.
J. W. HERING, Cashier,
i j Subscribed and sworn to before me this Bth day
i | of October, 1885.
HUGO E. FIDDIS, Notary Public.
’ 1 Correct—Attest:
1 I FRANCIS 11. ORENDORFF.)
CHAS. V. WANTZ. - Directors.
’ J. H. BILLINGSLEA, I
j j octlO-lt
Notice is hereby given that application will
be made to the Commissioners of Carroll
county, at their next meeting, after thirty
days from the date hereof, to locate and open
| a public road in said county, beginning at a
! point on the Pleasant Valley and Stonersville
. road at Josephus Bankert’s meadow, and run
e j ning thence through the land ol the said
Josephus Banker!; thence on the bed ol an
> old road now used; thence through the laud
11 of David A. Circle; thence through the land
i ! of Valentine C. Wentz, on the said old road,
1 | to said Valentine C. Wentz’s blacksmith shop;
! 1 thence through the land of the said Valentine
r C. Wentz, and thence through the land of
1 Anna Utermahlen, the wife of A. G. Uter-
I maiden, to a given road; thence through the
land of Lydia Kemper, the wife of Michael
| Kemper, on the bed of an old road; thence
on the dividing line of Noah C. Wantz and
William Rinehart, and thence through the
i woodland of said William Rinehart; thence
I on the dividing line, or as near as practicable
thereto, of David Geiman and Uriah Babylon;
| thence on the dividing line of said David
■ Geiman, John Englar, Miss Engleman, David
| Reese, Ezra Routzohn and Samuel Roop;
thence through the woodland ot the said
t Samuel Roop until it intersects the Pleasant
r Valley and Roop county road near Roop s
■ | school house.
f NOAH C. WANTZ,
• I octlO,st And 13 others.
( JN the Circuit Court for Carroll Co.
NO. 2335 EQUITY.
' Charles E. Thomas, Assignee, vs. Catharine
V. Hill and John T. Hill, her husband.
| Ordered this 6th day of October, A. D.,
1885, that the report of the sale of the real
estate made and reported by Charles E.
i Thomas, assignee of Asa S. Linthicum,
! mortgagee, as stated in said report,be ratified
8 j and confirmed unless cause to the contrary
thereof be shown ou or before the 9th day of
November, next; provided a copy of this
f order be published in some newspaper print-
J ed in Carroll County, once in each of three
r , successive weeks before the 2d day of No
vember, A. D., 1885.
The report states the amount of sale to be
JNO. E. SMITH,
• Judge of the Circuit Court.
True copy, —Test:
octlo:3t Guo. A. Miller, Clerk.
List op unclaimed matter
Remaining in the Post Office, Westmin
ster, Md., October 3d, 1885:
Barnett, Miss Annie Miller, Joseph
Birst, L. M. Perynert k Co.
Buckingham, Miss M. Spencer, James
Banta, Edwin Wheelen, Miss Flor.
Cornell, Charles A. Wilcox, J. W.
! Diehl, Miss Minnie (3) Wilson, J. S.
Gorsuch, Mrs. Hannah
I Miscellaneous —Miss “C. M.”
, Persons calling for matter in the above list
will say it was advertised,
oct 10 A. H. HUBER, P. M.
r D HANDSOME !
i Y AND REFLECT !
l AMPION CLOTHING
3 CLOTHING HOUSE
T les of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing and
; Goods, Hats, Caps, Purs, Trunks,
i, Bubbers, Eubber Boots, Bubber
s e Blankets, Comforts, Blankets,
- Lined, Elegantly Made.
f OCK SURPASSES IN ELEGANCE AND
J BEST GOODS, AT LOWEST LIVING
5 FOR ALL LINES OF DRY
5 AND CARPETS.
a will see this stock. We do not exaggerate
5 NSE. and ALWAYS THE LARGEST, al
,, and our prices are well known to everybody
e low prices for this market. You can tell that
3 mpetition. This department is run with light
3 economise in every branch, keeping our ex
e ss than any single-department store can be
i ers, and to be sure they are always happy and
r business in
i d Underwear Department.
a Underwear, Children’s Dreses, Hoods, Caps,
e nt Knit Underwear. We ask an inspection
! N’S COATS AND WRAPS.
3 aitment, selling every day of this stock freely,
i oom over 1000 Coats and Wraps
) TO $45.00.
B es, which are about one-half last year's prices.
stock of new goods in our
) ing Department To-Day,
v ing Sugars at a price none dare compete.
t are and Silver-Plated Ware.
3 goods. We have the inside track on this
t ment. We can afford to sell goods cheap.
[ BUYERS, we are one-price cash sellers, and
hy should we not do a big business ? “Well,
1 no squealing.
1 "PUBLIC SALE
XT OF VERY
> DESIRABLE FARM & LOTS
’ In Carroll County, Maryland, midway be
tween Hampstead and Keisterstown.
7 By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court
0 for Carroll county, in Equity, cause No. 2306,
u the subscriber, as trustee thereby appointed,
7 will offer at public sale, on the premises, on
1 Monday, the 2nd day of November, ISBS,
4 at 1 o’clock, P. M., all the real estate whereof
6 John B. Chenoweth, late of said county, died
0 seized and possessed, as follows, to-wit: The
7 home farm, containing by recent survey,
ll2 ACRES OF GOOD AND PRODUC
TIVE LAND, MORE OR LESS,
0 with about 25 acres in excellent timber, lying
j near the Hanover turnpike, and between the
Western Maryland and Hanover & Gettysburg
0 Railroads, about one mile from either. The
0 farm is well watered, two never failing streams
5 running entirely through it, with a well of
JJ excellent water near the kitchen door, and a
4 large spring and dairy one hundred yards
5 from the house. The improvements consist
® of a large stone and frame dwell- . _
4 ing house containing fourteen . K
rooms, a large bank barn, with
wagon shed and corn crib B
e tached, granary, carriage house, smoke house,
hen house, barracks, and a number of other
y necessary outbuildings. There are, within a
radius of 1J miles from the farm, 5 churches,
4 school houses, 2 mills, &c.
Also about 341 Acres of good land lying
near said farm, which will be offered in two
lots containing respectively 17 and 171 Acres
of Land, more or less; each lot having about
7 Acres of Woodland; or, if desired, the same
may be sold together.
1 The estate’s interest in the grain in the
11 ground (about 10A acres) will be sold with the
y farm, but the party's interest, who put out
a I the same, will be reserved, with the right to
a harvest the crop. Possession of the lots given
e on compliance with the terms of sale; also of
- the farm for any necessary farming purposes,
d j except so far as needed for the saving of pres
a : ent crops, and the buildings needed by the
1 present occupants, until next spring, orother
il wise sooner arranged.
, Attention is called to this sale, as it will be
i; found, on inspection, to be an unusually good
e chance for investment.
if Persons desiring to examine the property
■- before sale, will please call at the farm; and
e for further information can address the under
-1 signed at Upperco P. 0., Baltimore Co., Md.
e Terms of .Sub?.—One-third of the purchase
d money payable on the day of sale, or ratifica
e tion thereof by the said Court; one-third in
e one year, and one-third in two years from the
c sale, with interest from sale. All credit pay
i; ments to be secured by the notes of the pur
d i chasers with sureties approved by the trustee,
d EMORY C. CHENOWETH, Trustee,
i: j Jos. M. Parke, Esq., Westminster, Md.,
d i Solictor. Wm. H. Blizzard, Auctioneer,
it i oct 10:ts
This is to give notice that the subscriber
- i has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of
i. | Carroll county, in Maryland, letters of admin
i istration on the Personal Estate of
FRANCIS A. McGIRR,
e 1 late of Carroll county, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the deceased are
, hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the
j vouchers thereof legally authenticated, to the
'• ! subscriber, on or before the 10th day of
, ; May, 1880; they may otherwise by law be
I j excluded from all benefit of said estate,
y i Given under my hand this sth day of
* 1 October, 1885.
s ! MARGARET McGIRR,
• | oct l():4t Administratrix.
i- TO CREDITORS.
e NO. 2330 EQUITY.
In the Circuit Court for Carroll County.
Wm. A. McKellip and David D. Bonsack,
trustees, vs. Andrew M. Warner and wife.
Notice is hereby given to all the creditors
of Andrew M. Warner, who were such on or
. prior to the 23rd day of May, A. 1)., 1885, the
1 ; date of the deed of trust filed in the above en
! titled cause, to file their claims duly proven
I and authenticated with the clerk of the Circuit
I Court for Carroll county, on or before the 14th
j day of December. A. I)., 1885.
; JNO. J. BAUMGARTNER, Jr.,
j oct 10 4t Auditor.
Mrs. F. A. Diffcnbach is prepared to give
t instructions in Oil Painting and to execute
painting for ornament at her residence on
Liberty street, Westminster. oct 10 4t
TATE OF MARYLAND,
lO TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
Annapolis, Oct. Ist, 1885.
In pursuance of the requirements of Section
6, of Article 69, of the Code of Public Gen
eral Laws, as amended at January Session,
1876, Chapter 206, I herewith publish the
following list of Accounting Officers in Car
roll county who are in arrears to the State of
Maryland, and liable to publication under
said law, together with the amount due by
each as of this day.
J. FRANK TURNER,
Comptroller of the Treasury.
Principal and Interest.
Jesse Long, late Collector, 1880... $159 53
Jesse Long, late Collector, 1881... $77 91
George W. Manro, late Collector,
1880 SB4 38
George W. Manro, late Collector,
1881 $25 29
George W. Manro, late Collector,
1882 S2O 11
George W. Manro, late Collector,
1883 $242 03
George W. Manro, late Collector,
1884... $342 50
Byron S. Dorsey, late Collector,
1 1880 $585 99
Byron S. Dorsey, late Collector,
1881 $1,816 67
David P. Smelser, late Collector,
1880 : $lB9 35
W. W. Smelser, Collector, 1883... $26 54
■ W. W. Smelser, Collector, 1884... $46 06
Daniel Myers, late Collector, 1880 $444 69
Daniel Myers, late Collector, 1881 $879 46
Stephen B. Stocksdale, late Col
lector, 1882 $lB6 79
• Stephen B. Stocksdale, late Col
lector, 1883 slsl 40
Washington Reaver, late Collector,
1883 $9 55
Jacob M. Long, late Collector,
1884 $lB9 24
Isaac T. Green, Collector, 1884... $66 64
Edward W. Fuhrman, late Sheriff,
1883 S2O 97
Notice is hereby given to the Judges of
; Election and Qualified Voters of Carroll
county, than an ELECTION will be held in
the several Election Districts and Precincts
of Carroll county, at the usual places of hold
ing elections, on
The First Tuesday after the First Monday,
being the 3rd day of November, 1885,
> for the purpose of electing—
One person to be Comptroller of the Treas
r ury Department of the State of Maryland,
t One person to be Clerk of the Court of
t Appeals of the State of Maryland.
ALSO FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING
I Four persons to represent Carroll county
‘ in the House of Delegates of the State of
One person to be Clerk of the Circuit
Court for Carroll county.
One person to be Register of Wills for
One person to be Sheriff of Carroll county.
Three persons to be County Commissioners
’ of Carroll county.
One person to be Treasurer of Carroll
county and Clerk to the County Commis
One person to be County Surveyor of Car
The polls for said election will be opened
at 8 o’clock, a. m., and close at 6 o’clock, p.
1 m., when the ballots shall be publicly counted.
The Return Judges are required and di
rected to make their return on the second day
(Thursday) following the election to the Clerk
of the Circuit Court for Carroll county.
GEORGE A. SHOWER.
oct!o,4t Sheriff of Carroll Co., Md.
OP THE CONDITION
Of the Farmers and Mechanics' National
Rank, at Westminster, in the State of Ma
ryland, at the dose of business, October Ist,
Loans and Discounts *49,636.25
Overdrafts - 1,075.26
U. S. Ronds to secure circulation 50,000.00
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages 6,929.50
Due from other National Banks.... 2.991.07
Due from State Banks and Bankers 944J57
Real estate, furniture, and fixtures 8,800.00
Cumuit expenses and taxes paid 319.75
Checks and other cash items 19.74
! Bills of other Banks 4,370.00
fractional paper currency, nickels and
pennies . ?-®>
1 Specie 3,995.50
I Legal Tender Notes 4,942.00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (five
per cent, of circulation.) -... 2,250.00
Total - *136,913.60
Capital Stock paid in *50,000.00
Surplus Fund 4,194.59
Undivided profits 767.39
National Bank notes outstanding 45,000.00
Dividends unpaid 451.94
1 Individual Deposits subject to check 30.15136
' Due to other National Banks 6,312.07
Due to State Banks and Bankers 3.25
Total - *136,913.60
Slate of Maryland, County of Carroll, ss:
■ I. \V. A. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier of the above
named Bank,do solemnlyswearthattheabovestate
' I ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
’ 1 VV. A. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of
PETER B. MIKESELL, J. P
JOSEPH SIIAEFFER, )
CHAS. B. ROBERTS, V Directors.
1 W. A. McKELLIP, I
• This is to give notice that the subscribers
have obtained from the Orphans’ Court of
’ Carroll county, in Maryland, letters of admin
istration on the Personal Estate of
r HENRY T. ECK,
late of Carroll county, deceased. All per
i sons having claims against the deceased are
- warned to exhibit the same, with the vouch
ers thereof legally authenticated, to the
subscribers, on or before the 10th day of May,
1886; they may otherwise by law be ex
i eluded from all benefit of said estate.
, Given under our hands this sth day of
■ October, 1885.
i ELLEN C. ECK,
, CHARLES E. ECK,
oct 10:4t* Administrators.
> i XTOTICE to creditors.
* iX L L . ..
1 This is to give notice that the subscriber
i has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of
Carroll county, in Maryland, letters of Ad
i ministration on the Personal Estate of
• WM. N. HAYDEN,
| late of Carroll county, deceased. All per
' sons having claims against the deceased are
‘ | warned to exhibit the same, with the vouch
! ers thereof legally authenticated, to the sub
| scriber, on or before the 10th day of May,
' , 1886; they may otherwise by law be cx
| eluded from all benefit of said estate.
| Given under my hand this sth day ot
. j October, 1885.
EUGENIE E. HAYDEN,
| oct 10,4 t Administratrix.
OF A VALUABLE
HOUSE AND LOT OP LAND
IN WESTMINSTER, MD.
J I By virtue of the power of sale contained in the
J I mortgage from Ida Allgire and Joseph P.
Allgire, her husband, to Daniel F. Shriner,
' i the undersigned, attorney named in said mort
' gage, will offer at public sale, on the prem-
I ises, situate on Main street, in the city of
Westminster, nearly opposite Pennsylvania,
SATURDAY, 24th OF OCTOBER, 1885,
at 12 o’clock, M., all that valuable lot ofland
r | containing
f 6,534 SQUARE FEET OF LAND,
more or less, improved with a
good TWO STORY BRICK
M'l'SP'-'a- DWELLING HOUSE, with
k~iframe hackbuilding; also a good
5 stable, Ac.
; TERMS OF SALE CASH.
CHARLES B. ROBERTS,
f Attorney named in Mortgage.
■ oct.3:ts R. C. Matthews, Auct'r.
f 2313 EQUITY.
In the Circuit Court for Carroll County.
Jeremiah Rinehart, mortgagee, vs. Pere Win
chester and wife, mortgagors.
Ordered this 2nd day of October, A. D.
1885, that the account of the auditor, filed in
this cause, be finally ratified and confirmed,
i unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown
on or before the 19th day of October, inst.;
i provided a copy of this order be inserted for
• two successive weeks, before the last named
: day, in some newspaper published in Carroll
, COlll ’ GEO. A. MILLER, Clerk,
t True copy, —Test:
i oct 3:2t Geo. A. Miller, Clerk.
FOR SALE.—The subscriber offers for
sale a TRACT OF LAND, formerly a
part of “Clover lying near Patapsco
Falls. It is of a very excellent quality, in a
high state of cultivation. Will sell 10, 20, 50
: or more acres to suit, on very reasonable
. terms. A clear title given. For further in
i formation apply to E. N. BUCKINGHAM,
my 9 Near Finksburg, Carroll co., Md.
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