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E. E. Ewing, Proprietor.
VOL. VIII. RISING SUN. CECIL COUNTY. MD.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER -JO. 1885. NO. (i.
BISSELL CHILLED
P LOW!
Our purpose in presenting this
Plow to fanners is to call attention
to the fact that we offer to the \iuyer
an improved and perfect Chilled
Plow, the Best and Cheapest on the
market.
The Hoosier Grain and
Fertilizer Drill!
“It has given good satisfaction as a fertil
izer, also ns a grain and seeder drill. It
drills oats and grass seed with the same reg
ularity aud accuracy that it does wheat. ‘
“D. BAKER.”
“The Hoosier Drill is a complete success
and is in demand. VVe are not afraid of
any drill. It is a very easv running Drill.
“T. W. WILL. AMS.”
improved Willoby Grain
and Fertilizer Drill!
We have handled this Drill for 5
years witli entire satisfaction. The
WILLOBY IMPROVED runs as
light as any drill in use.
CORN SHELLERS, HAY & STRAW
CUTTERS, power or hand. TWIN
HARROWS, CULTIVATORS
FOR PREPARING GROUND FOR
SEEDING.
PLOW CASTINGS for SOUTH BEND
DIAMOND IRON and ROWLAND
CHILLED PLOWS, two-horse
WAGONS of our own make.
of Farm Machinery a
peciatv. Pans kept on baud for all ma
chinery sold by us.
J. C. BIRD A SONS,
Rising Shu - - - Mti
JAMES 1 ASHES,
~ I
|
AT WAREHOUSE,
Rising Sun Station,
Offers the highest rates for
HAY, GRAIN, &c., and has for sale
COAL <D.f the Best quality at
the BOTTOM PRICES.
Fertilizers of Establishea
Reputation, such as
Cope’s, Waring’s,
Eureka, Pork
& Co’s and
The Planet brand Bone
and phosphate.
J. D. ZEHNDER,
unu wisse*
Rising Sun, Md.
Head and Foot stones. Monuments
and Marble Work of all Descrip
tion Neatly Executed- °c3i
/. R. TAYLOR ,
Justice of the Peace,
Rising Sun, - - - Md.
Deeds, Mortgages, Bills of Bale,
Wills, and other legal instruments of
writing, carefully and correctly drawn
up and executed, at a reasonable cost.
business transacted tiefore
m e confidential without request. oc3o
[Entered at the Post Office in Rising Bun, Md., as Second-Class Matter.]
fbrJhifentS iii and^Ch]ldhrefi2
* **Cantorl! In so well adapted to-ehildren that I Castorio cures CoMe, ConsHpotton,
Irecommend it os superior to any prescription I |>>g <U*'
Blown to me. H. A. Archer, M. D., I rest ion,
1U So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, X. Y. | Without injurious medication.
Tbs Cextabs, Comp ant, 183 Fulton Street, N. Y.
ARMSTRONG * CO.’S
STOVE WORKS!
PEKRYVILLE, MD.
We call the attention of all interested in tiie use of Stoves to the fact that for
Durability, Economy and Price, we manufacture and have for sale Stoves ef
various patterns, suitable for all kinds of fuel, and inferior to none. All our goods are
warranted as represented. Having an extended experience, and having fully verified
that fait hv all the staves ever made by us, either at Port Depositor in Perryvsll-e, to
the satisfaction of every patron of our concern.
Our aim has always been, and always will be, >to give perfect satisfaction to every one
who may deal witli up.
All kinds of work done by us. JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
nov2o tf ♦
THIS IS MUSIC
:FOR:
BOOKWORMS!
Macaulay Hist. Eng. 3vols. 2 25
“ “ “ 5 “ 2.50
Dickens’ Novels, 15 “ 11.00
Scott’s “ 24 “ 18.00
Cham Encyclopedia 10 “ 15.00
Large Vol. Shakspere, 2.25
Small “ ” .75
Good Standard Books, .50
Fine ” ” .65
Fine Books of Poems .85
Elegant Gift Books 1.50 to 3.50
Children's Books .10 to 2.00
All the above are well bound in
cloth, and are not the ]>oorly printed
half bound books that have been flood
ing the country. n'l3-9t
BOWMAN’S BAZAR,
OXFORD, PA.
Dr. Geo. B. Raub,
UPggb DENTIST,
54 Franklin Street,
Near Charles. Baltimore, Md.
Office Days:—Tuesday, Wednesday, Fri
day and Saturday
Wood berry Branch Office, Roland Avenue
and Fourth Street.
Office Days:—Monday and Thursday,
sent 18-tf
This paper Is kept an file at the office of
J r ER^SON
DVERTISING
GENTS
cctiuatcc rifwsrireit tormisus eppp
COIIWAI to at Lowest Cash Rate* TlltC
~igt?ATER t SON’S MANUAL
CALL AT
T. T. WdliliALL’S
e-.- —<&*<i Ixamine—
The Worsted Finish TRICOT CLOTHS,
for Doolies’ Dresses, made from the
Best Australian Wool, to suit the
wajots’of those that have been
using: Imported Goods.
A well selected stock of
Misses, Ladies and Gents Underwear
As Good for the Money ae can be Found
Anywhere.
T* T. WORRALL,
Rising Sun, Md.
July 18-tf
T}R. A. H. HOWLETT
CgL
DENTIST.
Graduate of the University of Mary
land, offers his professional services to
the people of Cecil County, and hopes
by close attention to his business to
merit their patronage.
Office in Hall, second story of Pass
more’s carriage factory.
Rising San,
■ep 4 3sn Cecil Co., Md,
School Commissioner.
The monthly session of the School
Commissioners was held last week.
The foboivng is a minute of proceed
in<>s.
In the case of Miss McVey ml
Mahoney, reported last month. Mi-s
McVey was confirmed by advice of
counsel to Board.
The hill of W’m. O. Gilmour, for
printing, amounting to $44.26, was ex
attained and ordered to he paid.
Miss Hose Graham was confirmed
as teacher of school No. 4, Ninth
district. Miss Jennie E. Bricklev
was appointed assistant teacher No.
4, Nintli district, for this term on’y.
The resignation of Mr. Kilparick
trustee of No. 9, Third district, wa
accepted, and David llanna was ap
pointed. John T. Gamble was ap
pointed trustee for Mie same school,
vice Win. T. Warburton, Sr., deceas
ed.
Resolutions of condolence were
passed on the death of W. T. War
burton.
The trustees of school No. 8,
Fourth district, were authorized to
erect an out house at cost not to
exceed $ 1.5.
The Board adjourned to meet on
the 23rd instant.
Orphans Court.
At the regular mouthly meeting
for November the Court approved
bonds, of John Campbell and John E.
Wilson, administrators of William
Campbell ; Thomas B Hopper, ai J
ministrator of John W. Buchanan ;
Joshua T. Riale. executor of Hannah
T. Riale - and passed inventories of
the personal estates of Win. B.
Rowland, William Campbell, Matthew
Morrison, John W. Buchanan and
Abraham Hitchcock ; list of debts
due the estate of Wm. B. Rowland ;
and passed fifth and final account
of H. H. Haines, guardian of Carrie
Brown ; first and final account D. J.
Gallaher, administrator John B. Mor
ris; first and final account of Thomas
A. Rees arid William R. Roes, and
'distribution struck on same.
Porters Bridge.
This old county land mark has
elumbered on the banks ofthe wimp
ling Octoraro with the green hills
boxing it in on all sides from genera
tion to generation, as a landscape of
beauty presenting a joy forever, but
quiet as “Sleepy Hollow” in Irving’s
Sketch book. The clatter of the busy
mill and song of the crystal stream
which goes on and on forever with no
other sound to break the Sabbath
quiet of the valley, is at last threaten
ed with the discord of a more busy
life.
A few weeks ago Abraham Kauty,
purchased an acre of ground from
Joseph McMullen, adjoining the prop
erty of A. S. Elliott on which the
store house occupied by J. Granville
Richards, member elect of the next
legislature, stands, with the purpose
of building himself a dwelling there
on. He has since sold off a J acre to
Jno. Brum, and another £ acre to
Wm. Davis, for building lots, and in*
the spring three new dwellings will
be erected in the embryo town of
Porters Bridge. A post office is need
ed at that point and the matter has
for some time been agitated. This
point could be very easily supplied
One Dollar per Annum in Auvance.
with a d uly mu I. o> a c .ngc ii one
rout ii. t wen Oak wood and R cvhvid
ville.and tiie probahil 1 y is that err
long a ne v post office will h- estab
1 shed at tins o’d centre ol tride.
CONOWINGO ITEMS.
Mr. Kell lia< raise! a variety of <: >rn that
has four ears to the stalk, oonseqnentlv it
takes four times as long to h isk it out. —
David Adams of our town has hi en danger
ously ill with pneu nonia. Dr. Gillespie's
in attendance. —The funeral -ervioes in
memory of Ad ley Gray were rood noted hv
Rev. Mr. Callaway of R iwlandville. Mr.
Gallawav still continues his n i sion work at
Cully’s Chapel and although the revival h is
not yet taken place we hope it will before
long.—Miss Matilda Richie of Pilot Town,
fell off her fathers porch and broke her arm,
she expects to he able to use a slate pencil
again in a few days.—Our public schools at
Pilot Town and Oakwood are well attended
and Mr. A. C Crothers at Pilot Town ex
pects an assistant in a few days.—The Oak
wook Lyceum at its last meeting dismissed
High Licence vs. Prohibition and decided
in favor of High License, we didn't hear
how I i.rh; it makes no difference to us Con*
owingo folks for we don’t drink anything
but Tonic acd no: much of that. The Pilot
Town Lyceum is under way again, at the
election on Tuesday evening last the follow
ing officers were chosen; J. F. Armstrong,.
Prest., William R. Gilford, V. Ik, Ruben
Alexander, Treasurer, Miss Linnis Ricliev,.
See. The question to be (It bated on next
Tuesday evening is, Rnno'vod: Tiiat a com
pulsory school law would lie a benefit to the
community.—Mr. David Love at Pilot Town
has erected on his premises a new stable an I
vegetable house and otherwise improved hia
property. — ihe boss gunners in this m igh
borhood are Joseph Kcnnard of Pilot Town
ar.d J. J. Bennett of Oakwood. Mr. Ben
nett went out recently and captured four
rani its at one shot, while Mr. Kennard sal
lied forth and shot partridges all day and
then gives them away to tiie boys, because
the pursuit of the game is the only pleasure
he sees in it. While Bennett takes home
rabbits if he does have to huv them, because
he takes more pleasure in the possesion of
rabbit pot pie. Bennett is sound on the
game question “yon bet.”
Nobody.
[The bove was intended for our
last issue but was delayed in the
mail and did not reach our sanctum
till our forms were ready for tli
press.]
Mr. Gough on Silk Hats.
“It would be no violation of the commandment
said John B. Gough, “if a man were to lull down
and worship the silk hat. for it is not made in the
likeness of any thing in heaven, or on earth, or in
the waters which are under the earth.” Besides
it heats the head aud causes the hair to fall off.
Parker s Hair Balsira will stop that and restore tba
original color to gray or faded hair. Not oily, not a
dye, beneficial, deliciously perfumed. A perfect
hair dressing. 50c. All druggists. nov 13
-4+R-4 - ■ ■ -
The coal fires having been lighted
the nose blowing season is in lull
blast
—■ ►
TThen Babr was sick. —e her Ovhf.%.
When aho watt a Child, sue cried for ( amioria,
When she became Misa. she clung to Ca.iioria,
Whou the had vJuiuLreu. uuo gavo them Castor!^
The swindler Ward who ruined
General Grant, has been sent up to
Sing Sing for 10 years.

Walking Skeleton-
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsbnrg. P.i.
writes: “I was afflicted with lung fever and
abscess on lungs, and reduced to a wi Iking
skeleton. Got a free trial buttle cf Dr.
King’s New Discoveev for Consumption,
which did me so much good that I bought
a dollar bottle. After using three bottles,
found myself once more a man, completely
restored to health, with a heartv appetite,
and a gain in flesh of 48 pounds.” Call at
Dr. L. R. Kirk’s Drug Store and get a free
trial bottle of this certain cure for all Long
iaeases. Large bottles fl. 3

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