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land,
'-, far-away home of the soul;
no storms ever bout on the glittering strand,
the years of eternity roll.
Oh. that home of the soul in my visions and dreams
Its bright, jasper walls I can see;
Till I fancy but thinly the veil Intervenes
Between that fair city and me.
That unchangeable home is for you and for me,
Where Jesus of Nazareth stands ;
The King of all kingdoms forever is He.
And Ho holdcth our crowns in His hands.
Oh, how sweet it will be. in that beautiful land,
Bo free from all sorrow and pain;
With songs on our lips, and with harps in our hands,
To meet one another again.
®h£ farmer.
Something About Peach Yellows.
In a recently-issued pamphlet on peach
culture, by John Willcox, of New Jersey,
we find the following remarks, headed
“Proof to sustain the starvation theory
“That the disease known as the yellows
has its primary origin in the deficiency of
the requisite plant-food in the soil, is a po
sition capable of being sustained by the
greatestaccuniulation of evidences. A Mr.
Leenson, of Willow Grove, in this county,
(Cumberland, N. J.), has a peach orchard
of 500 trees transplanted ten years ago.
The trees are very tine and vigorous, but in
one spot, where, undoubtly, the germs of
the yellows were in the soil, four trees are
what might have been regarded as hopeless
cases of that disease. He concluded to
apply four quarts of German kainit to each
tree last spring, thinking probably that it
would kill the trees, which he had resolved
to take out; but, to his astonishment, they
commenced, in June, to change color from
the yellow, sickly appearance that the dis
ease indicates, to a dark green hue; and
since the first of October every shoot has
grown two feet, and the trees arc to all
appearances perfectly healthy. He left one
tree without the application of the kainit,
and it has shed its leaves without making
more than three inches of slender, sickly
shoots.
“A couple of years since we, in company
with a friend, passed through a block of
peach seedlings, which had been sown the
current spring. The owners were engaged
at the time in budding them. They were
grown upon land which had been used for
growing nursery trees, but had not been
used before for growing the peach. We
discovered a half-dozen trees which showed
incontestable evidence of being in the worst
stages of yellows. Thinking, possibly, that
they might be dying from the effects of
borers, as they sometimes get into trees the
first season’s growth, we took them up, and
found that the roots bore no appearance of
having been disturbed. Here were trees
grown from Tennessee seed, where the yel
lows are unknown, and yet the soil imparted
the disease to the trees the first season.
Another instance of incontestable proof of
this theory was observed in two instances
when we sold to two farmers two orchards
of about 500 trees each.
The trees did well in both instances,
except a spot of an half-acre, or thereabouts,
in each orchard, where the trees leaved out,
commenced growing, and soon after mid
summer died with yellows. We were as
tonished with the result, apd made a close
of the trees and soil. We
trees of different varieties, which
on each side of these spots, died as they'
came within the limits of the infectious soil.
Not fully satisfied with the result, we reset
the trees the next spring, only to have them
all die again. The following spring we had
the owners of the orchards dig out large
holes, and dump in half a wagon-load of
sod from the roadside, upon which the next
lot of trees was set, and did well in every
instance. While we could give other cor
roborative that
the origin of t)4BBB^HBHte*noU 7
do not „.. inecessary to devote our lim
ited space to so doing."
•5/% gullies can be kept out of “washy’’
closing the little water-ways
rain. Delay makes the
,'kiot only because the
more material, but
smaller gulhes wil! form toward it which
must be closed, and which makes it more
difficult to retain obstructions in the larger
gully. For closing small water-ways, corn
cobs from the feeding floors serve an ex
cellent purpose. These are usually water
soaked, or soon become so, and then the
water will not move them. They do not
interfere with plowing or harrowing. The i
plow or harrow will pass through them and
remove very few from their places, to which I
they can be returned easily. If brush is i
used it must be staked down, and cither j
plow or harrow will pull the stakes and
brush from their places. If more solid ob
structions are opposed to the water, they
suffer all the greater from the passage of
implements. Many farmers neglect to fill
small washouts after the fall rains, and, of
course, fail to get them filled before the
spring, freshets begin, and before the wush
, ing can Be stopped large gullies are formed.
If cobs are placed in the washouts late in
the fall, they become so compacted and
firmly fixed by spring, that even the
heavy spring rains will not remove them,
while the winter thaws will bring enough
soil to the water-way to fill the crevices
between them, and thus aid in filling the
gully.
A Virginian writes in praise of corn not
only as the best food for laboring men, but
for domestic animals of all kinds. He
states that the usual ration for a negro la
borer, for a week, is one and a half pecks
of corn, three pounds of bacon, and a little
molasses. They thrive on it and are healthy
mad strong. Southern horses and mules,
as a rule, have only corn for grain, but
they live longer and do more work than
northern horses that feed on oats. In that
part of the country dogs are fed almost ex
clusively on corn meal, and they notuxu*
ClUblVUlj uii uu<y|
■frequently cat corn in wan
dering curs devour it on the stalk. Even
cats cat corn meal stirred up with water as
is done in the case of chicken feed.
There in no reason why farming may not
be made to pay much oftener than it does.
Very few have learned to regard it as a
business. It is a sort of chance work all
round. Most men look ou it as a sort of
real estate transaction. They hope to sell
out at a big figure hence are afraid to im
prove their farms with a view to agricul
tural operations, for fear that whoever buys
the land will not care for these little things.
We have often heard some improving
farmer ridiculed for his expenditures by
knowing ones who were very sure so-and-so
would get no more for his place than if he
had burned his money.
Perhaps it is not generally known that
barley (like the pine tree) grows all over
the world. It is grown alike in Arabia
and Norway, and it will vegetate and grow
a lower temperature than any other
small grain. It never blights nor rusts,
and will make something on almost any
kind of land and under any circumstances,
though good, rich, dry soil suits it best.
It Is fine feed for horses and mules, and
when cut before it is fully ripe the straw
is equal to the best Northern hay.
early all garden plants can be benefited
or less by having an application of
ashes, thoroughly worked into
atound the roots. This should
done with manure of every kind.
and best results are desired.
must be placed where the
plant- can readily reach
i i
■Bk.
REMNANTS,
REMNANTS,
REMNANTS.
AT
S. KANN, SON & GO’S.,
No. HE. Main Street,
Westminster, Md.
Extra heavy Unbleached Muslin Remnants,
yard wide, 6c, worth Bc.
Yard wide Bleached Muslin Remnants 6sc,
worth 9c.
Yard wide Bleached Mnslin Remnants Bc,
worth 10c.
9- Sheeting Remnants, Unbleached, 15c,
worth 22c.
10- Sheeting Remnants, Unbleached, 18c,
worth 25c.
Percale Remnants, good quality, 6sc, worth
10c.
Wide Percale Remnants, fine quality, Bc,
worth 12$c.
Dress Cheviots, both sides alike and colors
guaranteed fast, 6sc, worth 12Jc.
Fine Sateen Remnants, 38 inches wide, Bc,
worth 15c.
half wool, Bc, worth 12$c.
jes, half wool, Bc, worth 12$.
Main Strec
7-8 Debeges, extra fine, 10c, worth 16c.
Fine Poplin, new spripg
Plaid Nainsooks BJc, worth Oc.
Fine Plaid Nainsooks Be, worth 15c.
India Linens, extra fine, Bc, worth 15c.
Handsome Calicos, new spring styles, extra
fine quality, 6c, worth Bc.
EMBROIDERIES.
We will offer, in addition to this sale, a
large assortment of Embroideries in Cambric,
Swiss and Nainsook Edging and Trimmings
at lower priees than they have ever been
offered.
ban
hat
ex-
DRESS GOODS.
New Spring Shades, 36 inch Mixed Tricots,
very fine quality, at &oc.
Do not fail to Call if you want
Genuine Bargains.
S. KANN, SON * CO. (
Albaugh Building, 11 E. Main St.,
Westminster, Md.
509, 511, 518 S. Broadway, extending tojb
I Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, Md.
feb 5
WANTZ BUILDING, MAIN ST. NEAR
DEPOT, WESTMINSTER, MD.
We lake pleasure in announcing to the people
of Carroll county that we have
opened our
0-WINTEB STOCK"®#
of superior-made
— 'clothing,'
Which is complete in every line. We have
the finest
SELECTION OP SUITS
For men, youths, boys and children ever
before shown. Also the most extensive as
sortment of
Overcoats in all the Prevailing
Styles.
I®-PRICES THE LOWEST.
WE INVITE INSPECTION.
FURNISHING GOODS for GENTLEMEN,
Such as Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Gloves,
Hose, Ties, Scarfs, Silk and Linen
Hankerchiefs,
®* Our Custom Department
Is complete in all its details, and we show an
unlimited assortment of the choicest designs
in Woolens of foreign and domestic makes,
comprising everything new in Suitings and
Trowserings, both for business and dress use.
Artistic Cut, Elegant Trimmings, the Best
Workmanship, and Perfect Fit are char
acteristics of onr garments, and we
warrant them fully equal to any
produced by high-priced
competitors in expensive localities, whilst our
prices are very much lower.
A VISIT IS CORDIALLY REQUESTED,
And we feel sure you will leave your measure
with us after an inspection of goods and prices.
**■ SHARRER BROS., *®
Building.
WESTMINSTER, MD.
oct2
J HIMLER & BRO.,
Cor. Main and Court Streets,
WESTMINSTER, MDTp
Offer to the public a fall line of
CHOICE GROCERIES,
Confectionery in great variety, Fresh Cakes
and Crackers; every week Sugar Cured Meat
of all kind. Large lot of
QUEENSWABE!
Glass, Tin, Wooden and Willow Ware. Cut
lery, Glass, Nails, Notions, &c., as Cheap, If
not Cheaper, than any house in Westminster.
Also a fine line of
TOBACCO AND CIGABS.
Thanking you for the past patronage, hope
ing for a continuance of the same, we are
Respectfully Yours,
may 8 J. HIMLER k BRO.
OLD SHEBWOOD
(Rye and Malt)
MEDICINAL WHISKEY.
THIS WHISKEY IS OLD STOCK OF
STANDARD STRENGTH AND PURITY,
PARTICULARLY ADAPTED TO ALL
CASES REQUIRING A STIMULATING
TONIC. PUT UP IN PINT BOTTLES
AND SEALED BY WIGHT ft LEUTZ,
COCKEYSVTLLE, MD. TAKE NO
OTHER. FOR SALE BY
A. H. HUBER,
No. 3 Carroll Hall,
dec!B Cm Westminster, Md.
jyjAQISTRATE’S OFFICE.
I take this method of informing my friends
and the public that I have opened an office
for the transaction of the
DUTIES OF A JUSTICE OF THE PEAC
in the Haines
Building,
y opposite the First
I Bank, and respectfully solicit patronage..
shall also continue
THE BUSINESS OF FIRE INSURANCE
upon very liberal tenps, being agent for the
Royal of Liverpool, North Atpenca of Phila- j
delphia, and iEtna of Hartford, Conn.
GEQ. W. MATTHEWS, J. F„
mayß tf Westminster, Md.
STORE FOR SALE.
The undersigned, intending to change his
business, offers for sale his stock of goods in
his store in New Windsor, Md., together with
an unexpired lease of two years ot that very
valuable corner property (owned by Jacob
Leppo) he now occupies. This is a fine op
portunity for any one wishing to engage in a
general business. The entire lot of goods
will be sold cheap. They were bought low,
and comprise a great variety. Possession
given at once. My Pavilion is a part of the
property for sale or rent, and is a paying in
stitution.
mar6tf CHAS. E. NORRIS.
■J^OTICE.
Having associated with me in the Lumber
and Coal nusiness rav son, M. JOHN LYNCH,
the business will, after the Ist day of March,
he conducted under the firm name of E. Lynch
k Son, EDWARD LYNCH.
We take pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that we shall continue to keep on hand and
furnish all kinds of Building Lumber and
Coal, at the Old Yards in Westminster, Md., •
and hope, that by strict attention to business
and with a desire to please, we shall continue
to have our share of the trade.
feb2B,lßß6tf E. LYNCH k SON.
J H. MEDAIRY & CO.,
PRINTERS,
BOOKSELLERS AND SI^TIONERS,
No. - Tfc, I
nom ‘-m 39 P“ -1U ■<! > m 89 twam \
I Hainan uaqrsa* Buuwop Aq paMC*
i *d R cri
| & $
2® W. Main it., Westminster, Md.,
ROOF So ZILE
I
Sell the best Chopping, Grinding and Roller
Process Mills in the world; Cast and Bnhr
corn mills a specialty.
PUMPS, PUMPS, PUMPS 1
Buckeye Iron Force Pumps, Revolving Top
Cistern Pumps, Pitcher Spent Pumps, Cu
cumber Pumps; the Iron Turbine Wind En
gines.
IRON PENCE AND CRESTING.
Enclosing Church yards and Cemetery Lots a
specialty. Our Cresting for Houses, Porches
and Bay Windows, have no equal. We can
show the finest designs of fence and cresting
ever sold in the county.
STUDEBAKEB WAGONS, DR. BAILEY
FEED CUTTER, BELLE CITY
FEED CUTTERS, HAND and
POWER CORN SHELL
EUS.
Ocnl. Agents for Russell & Co., Engines,
Threshers, Saw Mills, Plows, Harrows and
Plow Repairs,of all kinds,also the Light Run
ning DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE,
Oil, Needles and Repairs. Correspondence
solicited. Catalogues sent free on applica
tion. Our prices will surprise you.
BOOP & ZILE,
28 W. Main St.,
oct 16 Westminster, Md.
JgOOKS AND STATIONERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Seir Country Orders filled Promptly
MISCELLANEOUS,
SCHOOL, LAW AND
MEDICAL BOORS,
WRITING DESKS, POCKET BOOKS.
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
Work Boxes, Pine Stationery.
BLANK BOOKS.
AND CHECKBOOKS
MADE TO ORDER.
WM. J. C. DULANY & CO.,
832 and 334 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.
apr 26
FLOURING MILLS.
W. S. MYER A BRO. Proprietors.
Manufacture and have on hand and for sale
Flour, Feed; also, Seeds, Salt,
Kainit, S. C. Rock, Plaster,
and all kinds of
St3.nd9.rd Brands of Fertilizers
at manufacturers’ prices.
Highest Cash Prices Paid for Grain,
Grain of all kind taken on storage. mr2l,tf
JSXDDLE & WILLIAMS,
TILES OP ALL KINDS.
Garble,
SLATE AND
WOOD MANTELS,
i
GRATES, BRASS GOODS, *c.
45 N. HOWARD STREET, BALTIMORE.
ear CATALOGUES SENT ON APPLI
CATION.
SepS-5 Gqi
pEERLESS
READY MIXED PAINTS,
Made of the Best Materials. Con
tains no Alkali, Water, Benzine
or other injurious substances.
Manufactured by
WAITE A BBBNAN,
40 Hughes St., South Baltimore, Md.
Machinery, Engine & Cylinder Oils.
1 Our Guarantee. —Any building that is not
satisfactory after being painted with our Peer'
less Mixed Paints, we will repaint at our ex
pense with such material as the owner may
direct. Our Paint is a Pure Linseed Oil
Paint, weighing 15 lbs. to the gallon, works
smoothly under the brush, has great body,
and its durability, after thorough trial, is es
tablished beyond question.
Waite a Bbexak.
Write for samples and prices. n2O-Cm
QENTRAL DRUG STORE,
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Main Street, Westminster, Md.
JOSEPH B. BOYLE ,
SUCCESSOR TO WELLS BROS.,
Chemicals. Perfumery, Fancy Articles,
Brushes. Combs, Toilet Soaps,
; Shoulder
Segars,
RrrPQ H I
B I braces.
PUKE WINES AND LIQUOKS
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES.
Patent Medicines, Horse and Cattle Powders,
Ac. A fine assortment of STATIONERY.
Physicians’ orders promptly filled and
Prescriptions carefully and accurately com
s pounded. mar 17tf
1 J ~ H. DIELMAN,
\ * APOTHECARY,
l BANK BUILDING,—NEW WINDSOR,
3 DEALER IS
J Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
> Perfumery, Toilet and
Fancy Articles.
SOLE MANUFACTURER OF
Baile’s Liquid Horse Medicine
AND
Snader’s All Healing Liniment
1 Especial attention given to Physicians’
orders and prescriptions.
A full line of Fine Stationery constantly on
.hand. jan 1 tf
CHAU. BILUNGBLKA, D. D. S. G. K. BAUGHMAN, D. D. S.
J^IIaLIN GSLEA & BAUGHMAN,
DENTISTS.
Office One Door West of the Union National
Bank, Westminster, Aid.
Will visit the following places:
Union Bridge. —lst Wednesday and Friday
following of each month.
New Windsor. —2d Wednesday and Friday
following of each month.
Taneytown. —Next to the last and the last
Friday in each iponth, remaining until Satur
day evening. .
One of the firm can always hst found in the *
, Earthquake in Westminster.
What is the reason that everybody goes to
—THE NEW—
-99 - CENT STORE
r Of L. GLADHILL, in Zeiber Building, Main
street, West of Depot, Westminster?
Because they can get better bargains and
have a larger stock to select from than at any
house in Westminster. Just think of it—lo
- keyed Accordeons from 99c. to $1.98; Glass
• Water Sets from GOcts. to $1.98; Vases, Tum
. biers, Colored Sets of Glassware, common
and fine sets of Glassware, Jelly Tumblers,
Pitchers, Cake Stands, Bread Plates, Coal
Oil Lamps, Globes, Canes, Ac., Ac. The
largest line of Picture Frames in Westmin
ster, consisting of Plush, Wood and Easel:
■ Oil Chromes from 17c. to 99c.; Oil Paintings,
Ac. I have just purchased the machinery to
make all kinds of Picture Frames to order at
. short notice. A full line of fine and common
Shirts, Linen, Celluloid and Paper Collars
and Cuffs, Overalls, Looking Glasses, Clocks,
Water Coolers, Ac.; Writing Paper and En
velopes of all grades, Stereoscopic Views,
Birthday Cards, Scrap Books ana Pictures,
Autograph and Photograph Albums, Watch
Chains and Necklaces, Pocketbooks, Cigar
Cases. A large stock of Tinware of all kinds
See our 6 and 10 Cent Counters.
I have purchased the stock and fixtures of
J. M. Wells, Paper Hanger and dealer in
Wall Papers and Window Shades, and secured
the services of Mr. David Haller, an experi
enced workman, and have Wall Papers of all
descriptions and at all prices; Window Shades
of the finest to the commonest grades, with
spring balances and fixtures, at the lowest
prices. Paper Hanging done in town or
country at snort notice on reasonable terms.
Work done in the country at city prices.
L. GLADHILL,
augl,tf Successor to J. M. Wells.
rjIHE HONEST GOODS!
THE LOW PRICES!
THE CONFIDENCE of the PEOPLE
Have brought us successful business in
ter Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Trunks, Valises and Um
brellas.
If you want to buy the best hand made Kip
Boot for the winter cheap, go to
U. L. Reaver A Co.
If you want to buy a good School Shoe for
your little boy or girl at a low price, go to
U. L. Reaver A Co.
If you want a pair of Slesinger’s Hand Made
Tender Feet Shoes for your wife or
daughter, go to U. L. Reaver A Co.
If you want the most stylish $3 Calf Shoe for
men’s wear, in button, lace and congress,
go to U. L. Reaver A Co.
If you want a pair of Men’s Gum Boots for
$2, and Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s
Gum Goods in proportion, go to
U. L. Reaver A Co.
If you want to get the very latest styles in Stiff
and Soft Hats, go to U. L. Reaver A Co.
If you want a nice Trunk or Satchel, cheap go
to U. L. Reaver A Co.
If you peed a first-class Silk and Alpaca Um
brella go to XL L. Heaver A Co.
nov 13 Westminster, Md., near R. R.
rjIHE LARGEST VARIETY
AND FINEST LIQUORS
IN CAHHQUU COUNTY
18 AT
A. C. STRASBURGER’S
Next door to tho old Central Hotel,
Westminster, Md.
I name in part—l 2 grades of Whiskies,
WELTY WHlSr^
10 grades of Brandies —Apple, Peach, Ginger
and Blackberry Brandy ; Holland and Domes
tic Gins, White and Red N. E. Rum, Kimmel
Port, Sherry, Catawba, Claret and Rhein
Wines; imported and Domestic.
CHAMPAGNE, BASS ALE
andßibbert’s Brown Stout; Raspberry, Gin
ger and Lemon Syrup.
I Guarantee the Purity of our Liquors
and the quality of our 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
CLEAR AND HARMLESS
AS WATER.
Nattans’ Crystal Discovery for the
Hair. —A perfectly clear preparation in one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray hair its natural color and youthful
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dan
druff, to promote the growth of the hair and
Stop its falling out. It is entirely harmless,
una perfectly free from any poisonous sub
stance, and will therefore take the place of all
the dirty and unpleasant preparations now in
use. Numerous testimonials have been sent
us from many of our most prominent citizens.
In everything in which the articles now in
use are objectionable, Crystal Discoveiy is
perfect. It is warranted to contain neither
sugar of lead, sulphur or nitrate of silver; it
does not soil the clothes or scalp, is agreeably
perfumed, and makes one of the best dressings
for the hair in use. It restores the color of
the hair “more perfectly and uniformly than
any other preparation,” and always does so
in from three to ten days, virtually feeding
the roots of the hair with all the nourishing
qualities necessary to its growth and healthy
condition; it restores the decayed and induces
a new growth of the hair more positively than
anything else. The application of this won
derful discovery also produces a pleasant and
cooling effect on the scalp, and gives the hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1
a bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
I Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. C.
For sale at Boyle’s Drug Store, Westmin
ster, Md., and by L. H. Dielman A Co., New
Wiridgpr, M4* OCtlfi dip*
■AO, -tr-T. r-r, tt..
der p T. BABYLON. 0. D. GILBERfJI
Hardware.
Hardwal^^MMMH^J
NEW FIRM.
babylonlT GILBERT,
Successors to A. N. Stephan,
DEALERS IN GENERAL HARDWARE,
Westminster, Md.
The finest stock of Hardware ever offered
in this market, such as Haroes,
TRACE CHAINS OF ALL GRADES,
Tongue, Breast, Stay, Halter,
I®- LOG AND FIFTH CHAINS,
For|£B, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes, Spades, SAWS
of every description, Grimjstones t*nd Haqg
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
our stock. Also HARDWARE, Iron, Steel,
Coach Goods, Wheels, Leather, Glass Oils,
Paints, &c.
CUCUMBER PUMPS,
The Celebrated Excelsior COOK STOVES, ,
LONDON HORSE and CATTLE FOOD , '
VST READY-MIXED HOUSE PAINT, j
Barb Fence Wire.
jane2f3 ly
TyAKEPIBLD KOLLEH MILLS I
Manufacture and keep constantly on hand, j
FLOUR, PEED, HOMINY, j
MEAL AND CHOP OP ‘
ALL KINDS.
S6j"Highest Cash prices paid for -
grain, Longberry a specialty, r
DAVID POOP & SON.
Trustees* sale
OF
3 VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
Near the village of CarroJlton, Carroll Co.,
Md.,and fronting on the Turnpike leading
3 from Westminster to Baltimore city,
four miles from the former place.
* By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court
y for Carroll county, passed in cause No. 2065
* Equity, wherein Hannah E. Woodward is
3 complainant, and Mary Frances Woodward,
’ executrix, Jos. B. Boyle and others are de
-1 fendanls, the undersigned, appointed trustees
; by said decree, will offer at public sale, on the
| premises, situated as above, on
. Saturday , Idth day of February , A. D. ISS7 1
at 1 o’clock, p. m., all that lot or parcel of
i land containing
I 35 ACRES & 2 ROODS, MORE OR LESS,
x being the same tract or parcel of land which
j Francis D. Woodward died seized and pos
t sessed of, and adjoining lands of Jeremiah
Babylon, John McGee, deceased, and others.
( The improvements consist of a comfortable
, . Dwelling House and all other
i necessary outbuildings, while
• landis in a high state of
Kiji£na*S-Cultivation T well watered, under
good fencing, has an abundance of fruit of
f every variety thereon, and its location on the
i turnpike, in close proximity to the village of
[ Carrollton, to churches, schools, postoffice,
Ac., makes it well worthy the attention of any
one in want of a small farm. For further
i particulars call upon or address the trustees,
at Westminster, Md.
Terms of Sale. —One-third part of the pur
■ chose money to be paid in cash on the day of
sale, balance in two equal annual payments;
credit payments to be secured to the satisfac
tion of the trustees, and bearing interest from
the day of sale.
WM. P. MAULSBY, .
WM. A. McKELLIP, | Trusteea '
McKellip A Clabaugh and Wm. P. Maulsby,
Sol’rs. John M. Yingling, Auct’r.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors of
Francis D. Woodward, deceased, to file their
claims, with the vouchers thereof, with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Carroll county,
within two months from the day of sale.
WM. P. MAULSBY, ,
WM. A.-McKELLIP, / Trust ees.
jan 15 ts
REMOVAL.
JOHN E. ECKENRODE,
MANUFACTURER OP
COACHES, CARRIAGES,
Jagger Wagons, Buggies, Phaetons,
&c.. Sec., &o.
Special Attention Given to Repairing.
AH Orders Promptly Filled and
Work of Every Kind Warranted.
S®*FACTORY, Corner of Liberty and
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,
JgOYS* SCHOOL SUITS
FOR WINTER WEAR.
ALL STYLES AND AT LOW
PRICES.
LIGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOATS $5 TO $25.
OUR LONDON TOP COATS sll to $23.
fCkiaiMa-JDeDartment .
Foreign and Domestic Goods from
which to Order. Lots of Odd
Coats and Vests from
1 Broken Suits
$3.50 to $6.
i
NOAH WALKER, & CO.,
165 and J 67 West Baltimore Street,
' oct*2 Baltimore, Md.
• E. O. GRIMES. J. Q. BTURLY.
O. GRIMES & CO.,
AT
THE PRINCIPAL DEPOT,
WESTMINSTER, MD.
Have as complete a stock of
CHOICE GROCERIES
as can be found in our city.
CHOICE TEAS, COFFEES, SYRUPS,
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES, CANNED
GOODS OF ALL KINDS, CIGARS, TO
BACCOS, &C.
The best grades of Pat. Process and Family
Flour constantly on hand at bottom figures,
We pay the highest prices for Wheat, Corn,
Rye, Qats, pnd al) kinds of Country Produce.
Agepts for Laflin $ Rand’s Blasting Pow
der, and Judson’s Dynamite for stump blast
ing, Ac.
FARMERS
Can be supplied with the best quality of Cot
ton and Flaxseed Meal, Heavy Middlings,
Bran. Ac., at lowest prices. Call and see
as.
marß E. 0. GRIMES A CO.
TO CREDITORS.
This is to give notice that the subscriber
has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of
Carroll county, in Maryland, letters testamen
tary on the Personal Estate of
JACOB NUSBAUM,
late of Carroll county, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof legally authenticated, to the
subscriber, on or before the 15th day of
August, 1887; they may otherwise by law be
exmuded from all benefit of said estate.
Given under my hand this 11th day of
January, 1887. *
WILLIAM FREDERICK SHARRETS,
jan 15 4t Acting E*ecptor,
TO CREDITORS.
B. This is to give notice that the subscribe
Carroll county, in Maryland, letters testa
mentary on the Personal Estate of
MARY RANOULL,
late of Carroll county, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the deceased are
hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the
vouchers thereof legally authenticated, to the
subscriber, on or before the 15th day of
August, 1887; they may otherwise by law be
excluded from all benefit of oaid estate.
Given under roy hand this 10th day of
January, 1887.
JAMES P. SUMMERS,
jan 15:4t Executor.
jyj-ACHINERY REPAIR SHOP.
JOHN A. SHOWER,
SUCCESSOR TO
W. H. SHOWER & BRO., LIBERTY ST., ,
Westminster, Mil,
Is prepared to Repair all kinds of Machin
ery. Special Machinery made to order.
Casting and Repairs for Machinery built at
the old Union Works, and by E. Wagoner,
can be furnished at short notice. Carpenters
and Builders in need of Wood Working Ma
chinery will do well to call and examine my
improved Mortising Machine and Circular ]
Saw before purchasing elsewhere. All work
will be guaranteed. aug 28;y
QO-PAHTNEKSHIP NOTICE.
The undersigned have formed a co-partner
ship for the practice of the Law, under the
firm name of Reifsnider & Reifsnider. Spe
cial attention given to the Settlement of
Estates and Collections. Office on Main st, j
adjoining the residence of Chas. T. Reif
snider. CHAS. T. REIFSNIDER,
oc 23 J. MILTON REIFSNIDER.
Houses For Rent -Mi
Four Dwelling Houses on Main street tor I
rent from April 1, 1887. Apply to C
REIFSNIDER k REIFSNIDER, £
jan22 4t* Attorneys at Law. e
SEE our special Bargain Table. Particu*
Jars down this column.
’ YOU
Can advertise anything if you pay for it, but
to substantiate what youadvertise is the thing,
t Merchants who advertise their entire stock
3 of goods, amid the roar of self-praise, at
s ridiculously low prices, I and £ original cost,
, should learn that the intelligent people of
- Carroll county know the exact value or such
s advertisements. They have become decided
3 Chestnuts.
RIGHT HERE
J. T. Orndorff wishes to say he never
• ADVERTISES IMPOSSIBILITIES
i
But Has Made Such Beductions On
‘WINTER GOODS!
!
r That it will pay you to visit hla large stores
and secure some of the splendid bargains he
‘ is now offering. We call your especial atten
* lion to our clearance sale of
Ladies’ Short and Long Coats,
f
Children’s and Misses’ Coats. We still have
■ a nice line to select from, and at prices which
. were lower than elsewhere during the entire
season. Marked way down; don’t buy until
you have seen them. Ladies’ 6-4 Cloaking
reduced from $1.50 to SI.OO, from $2.00 to
• $1.50.
Dress Goods Reduced, Trimmings Reduced,
Shawls Reduced, Skirts Reduced, Underwear
Reduced, Hoods Reduced, Gloves Reduced,
Flanels Reduced. About 50 pairs of White
and Grey
BLANKETS !
Must be sold, and have marked prices on them
to make them go. Our neighbors will be
sorry to hear we have reduced our Blankets;
they have been far behind ns all the season
in prices and quality of Blankets and now our
reduction does not in the least improve their
position.
OVERCOATS AND CLOTHING
Reduced 25%. We have some splendid bar
gains in Overcoats; Look at Style, Quality and
Prices of our Overcoats before you buy.
Our Domestic Department
was never so full of desirable goods,
MUSLINS, CALICOES AND GING
HAMS.
Remember Orndorff’s
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
Is always stocked with the best goods at
lowest prices. Remember Orendorff has the
largest line of Carpets in the County. See our
25 cent. Home-Made Hag Carpet!
We beg to tall your attention to our very ■
desirable
PLUSH LAP ROBES.
Horse Blankets, Lowest Prices in the city. \
A NEW DEPARTMENT! J
SEE IT,
OUE GREAT BARGAIN TABLE, ,
In the Center of the Store, Filled with the J
cheapest lot of Goods ever seen in West- *
minster.
Hoods as Low as XOcts.
A few pairs of Ladies’ Leggins at 25 cents. *
Remnants of Silk, a nice Velveteen for 25
cents a yard. Leather gloves 25 cents per
pair. A lot of Caps 10 cents.
GENTLEMEN f
Look at our Double Width Cassimeres on c
this table, marked to $2, were $3 and $4. 1 c
f>iece all wool Cassimere, was $1.25; color too j
ight for this season, marked down to 50cts. e
Pay you to buy and lay away until spring, i
New Bargains added constantly. We invite }
you to call. ]
V J. T. ORENDORFF, 1
15 \ Westminster, Md. r
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a TTENTION, C
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We are now selling all kinds of Goods lower i
than the lowest. Ourstock consists of Goods j
iof all kinds. Our
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Is filled with
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Chocolate,
Pure Spices, Salt, Coal Oil, Bacon,\
Hams, Jellies, Pickles, Pota- V, \
toes. Apples, Cheese, Cakes,
Crackers, Bice, Beans,
Peas, Canned Goods, Salt, Potash,
Matches, Yeast Powders, Dried
Fruits, Baisins, &c.
| A PINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE CON- j
FECTIONERY.
I A large stock of China, Glass and Tinware, j
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
Try our old style Sugar House Molasses.
Sound Chewing Tobacco at 30 cents a pound. (
A large
STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES,
which will be sold at reduced prices.
Country Produce Exchanged for
Goods.
Give us a call before purchasing and examine
our prices. Yours respectfully,
M. C. STRASBURGER,
83 East Main Street,
jan 1 Westminster, Md.
H. HUBER,
NO. 3 .CARROLL HALL
DEALER IK
DRUGS,
CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
AND PERFUMERY, j
”, IBntion paid to phyT
BICIANS’ ORDERS AND PRE
SCRIPTIONS.
april 25-tf
You are lavUod tq Gall and Examine
My Stook and Prices.
Fresh Groceries, Meats,
Confectionery,Foreign Fruits,
Tobacco, Segars,
i
Queensware, Tinware, ;
And a General Stock. j
C. J. WILLET,
Nearly opposite Montoqr Rouse, |
nov2B.tr Westminster, Md.
jyjUTUAL t
Fire Insurance Company 1
OF CARROLL COUNTY. s
OFFICE ; WESTMINSTER, MD. ‘
J. W. BERING, President
RICHARD MANNING, :
Secretary and Treasurer.
JOHN T. DIFFENBAUGH, :
General Agent, Westminster, Md. j
Directors.— Dr. J. W. Bering, Alfred I
Zollickoffer, Edward Lynch, David Prugh, o
Granville S. Haines, Granville T. Bering, Dr. t
Samuel Swope, R. Manning, Charles B. Rob- f
erts David Fowble. jan 12-tl.
JELLING OFF AT COST.
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, JANUARY 17th, 1887,
I will sell all my stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, OIL
CLOTH, &c., &c.,
AT COST TO CLOSE OUT. “©a
OVER 86,000 WORTH OP GOODS
Must be disposed of by April Ist to
vacate the room.
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY.
Don’t fail to Come. No old Stock to sell off.
Everything Entirely New.
MILTON SENFT,
44 West Main Street, Westminster, Md.
I will sell oat the entire Stock to any one
wishing to engage in the Dry Goods business,
jan 10 MILTON SENFT.
rpo be found at the Postoffice Build
-1- ing, Uniontown, Md.,
THE HANDSOMEST SUITS OF FURNI
TURE IN THE COUNTY.
Who says so ? Everybody. Have you as
6ne as last season? Yes, much finer. Are
they as cheap? Yes, much more so. Per
haps not made as well ? Yes, better. I have
learned serious lessons by repairing trashy
factory goods, and improve the moments.
Did you see my $lB suit? Yes. What do
you think of it? It is the finest I ever saw.
Yes; you use American glass? Not one.
What then ? Full German. What can I get
of you to day toward housekeeping? Every
thing. I heard I could. Let us see; can I
get—wait until I get my list. Well, have yon
2 bureaus, 2 bedsteads, 1 sideboard, 2 tables,
1 wire mattress, 1 washing machine (say, will
it wash clean? Every time. Harvest clothes?
I will warrant it.), 2 looking glasses—-you
don’t keep sewing machines. How do you
know I don’t? Come here. Oh, my! isn’t
that pretty. Here is a chair; try it. Why, it
runs easily. I believe you have your foot on
the treadle. Foolishness; what makes you
say that? Why, it runs so easily. That is
the kind to buy. Well, I will; what is the
name ?
NEW HOME.
Why, that is very appropriate. Well, lam
glad I came here. Who told you of my place ?
I saw your advertisment. Well, I have all I
advertise, do I not? Yes, and more too. I
must be going. What did you say your name
was? 0. M. HITESHEW,
jan29 3m Uniontown, Md.
PUBLIC SALE
OF
VALUABLE WOOD LOTS.
By virtue of a Decree of the Circuit Court
for Carroll County, as a Court of Equity, in
cause No. 2019, the undersigned Trustees will
offer for sale on
Monday , the 14th day of February , 1887,
at 2 o’clock p. m., at the Court House Door
in Westminster, Carroll county, a Valuable
Wood Lot containing 7 Acres, 3 Roods and 16
Perches of land, more or less, well wooded,
located near the Washington and Nicodemus
roads, adjoining lands of Grove A. Shipley,
George C. Freyman and others, and within
one-half mile of Shipley Post Office.
Terms of Sale: —One-third cash. on day
on the ratification thereof; balance
of one and two years
WM. A. McKELLIP,
Trustees.
Also, at the same time and place, the un
dersigned, Surviving Executor of Joshua
Smith, deceased, will offer for sale a valuable
Wood Lot, containing 6 Acres, 1 Rood and
iB4 Perches of land, more or less, adjoining
above advertised wood lot.
Terras of Sale same as 1 .
jo:
jan‘22 ts Sui .ving Executor.
“PLAINES & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
I Respectfully call attention to their large
stock of Groceries, &c., at their Store, a few
doors east of the Railroad Depot, Westmin- j
ster, Md. P
Our facilities are such as to enable us to
| offer great inducements in prices, as we puii
i chase for Cash and sell at Short Profits. Our
; stock consists of \
Choice Flour, Groceries, Queens-N
ware, Stoneware, Glassware,
Willow-Ware, Woodenware, Pine
Cutlery, Fish, Bacon, Bard,
Salt, &c., &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 ajeents for Briggs Bros, world-re
nouned Garden and Power Seeds.
The highest market price paid for Country
Produce.
feb 22, 1879 HAINES & CO.
, FRANK K. HERR. SAMUEL K. HERR.
jp K. HERR & BRO.,
Manufacturers of
COACHES, CARRIAGES, ,
BUGGIES, JAQOEB WAI 'YSM I
PH A E
Special attention given to Repairing.
orders promptly tilled and work of every
warranted. _
*aS“Factory opposite the Montour
Main street, Westminster, Md. amr
J^-OTICE
I’o Those lta\ noJ X ;
The undersigned offers his servicj
having land for sale, and believetfl
perience had he can be of service
up and putting in shape for sale
of parties wishing to dispose of H]
cially near towns or cities.
jan23:tf WestJH
SURVEYOR,
and SCRIVENER.^
many years experience as
nicer and Scrivener, I
informing the public that I
■ i;eii Wwrk with prom pin
ible term ami ‘\
>f your patronage, 1 :
Elation. W. M. K. It.
feb. 7 tf
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