Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate, May 20, 1876, Page 4

Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate dated May 20, 1876 Page 4
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,TT „ * SUMMER SOM. BY ns. noun. Oye hour*. y sunny hour*! odw and blue iky? An ye BMiiM aoo|T Mk M soak stream in showers • All the frovwi among ? IYee.Oie nihiingsle U there. ■wsnfe™* O y boon, ye many hoim! In your silent flow Yewn mighty. mighty powers! Bring sc hlu. ur woT Ask not thto—oh ! wok not this; Yield your heart. swhlU To the soft wind's balmy kin. And the heaven's bright smile! Throw not shades of anxious thought O'er the glowing ttowm i We are come, with .sunshine ftaugb* question not the houn! Examiners’ Notice. THE undersigned, Examiners, appointed by virtue of a commission issued to them by the County Commissioners of Carroll county, to determine whether the public con venience requires the opening of a public road as petitioned for by Francis Lamotte. Abraham Leister and others, Commencing at the eart edge of the Baltimore and Reis terstown Turnpike road, at a point imme diately opposite the intersection of the Me chanicsvule and Finksburg Turnpike road with the said Baltimore and Reisterstown Turnpike road, and running thence through the binds of Abraham Leister, Thomas De mos*, Francis Lamotte, thence across the Western Maryland Railroad, and thence through the land of Francis I*amotte, and thence through the land of Daniel Vonder- Mnith, and thence to the Emory Chapel road near the residence of Mr. Small. All persons whom it may concern are here by notified that we will meet on the premises im Friday, the id day of June, 1876, at 9 o clock, a. m., to execute the trust reposed in os by the aforesaid commission. DANIEL STULL, LOUIS GREEN, JABEZ A. BUSH, ap 16-5 t Examiners. Farm's, Here is_a_Fine Oprtoity! CHESTER LION WILL begin the season on the UHh of April and end on the Ist of July, com mencing at the subscriber's stable, Libertv Street, Westminster, on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday of every other week, the bal ance of the time he will be taken around the country. Terms : —s6 to insure; $3 for the season, to be paid at the end of the season ; %2 for the single service, cash. Any person parting with an insured mare will be held responsible for the insurance. Care will be taken, but no responsibility for accidents. Chester Lion is a beautiful bay, 17 J bands high, G years old, and weighs 1500 pounds. JEREMIAH L- SHUEEY. *P* *-3m Owner. CARPETS, STRAW MATTINGS. OIL CLOTHS, INGRAINS, 8-PLY’S, YARN, BRUSSELS, Rag, Venetian, List, do. Rugs, MATS, feC. AT LOWEST CASH PRICES, AT E. K. QERNAND’S, CORXER MilX AND CfICRT Si*., WifITMIXSTCR. pr 22-8 m Notice to Creditor,*. NOTICE U hereby given that the snbscri- I, Ben have obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Carroll county Letters Testamentary on the personal estate of JOHN KROH, late of Carroll county, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscribers on or before the 25th day of November next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all beueht of said estate. Those indebted are requested to make immediate payment. j Gwen under our hands this 24th day of April, JOHN N. KROH, EDMAN H. WEAVER, May G-4t Executors. Notice to Creditor*. THIS is to give notice, that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Carroll county, letters of Testamentary on the Personal Estate of GEO. HARRIS, late of Carroll eonnty, deceased. All per sons having claims against the deceased an hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the Ist day of Decent ber irnxt; they may otherwise by law be exclu ded from all benefit of said estate. Those in debted are requested to make immediate nav meat. Given under my hand this Ist day of May 1870. GEO. W. GILBERT, Exeeutor. J. H. Sixoir, Agent. may 6-tt Notice to Creditor*. ’VT’OTICE is henby (riven that the snbaeri -*-* her has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Carroll county, Letters of Testamen tary on the Estate of FREDERICK BERWAGER, lute of Carroll county, deceased. All persons haring claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscri ber, on or before the 2d day of December next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebt d are requested to make immediate payment Liven under my hand this 2d day of May, A. D. 1876. GODFREY BERWAGER, may 6-ik* Executor. P-M.QUINN, | nrai.Bß nr Foreign Wines, Brandies, Gin, SCOTCH It IRISH WHISKIES, Ac. (Soruer Hi v h <C HUlra Sin.. Halt,,. CpHIS old established House being excln wvely in the Liquor Business for many years, I would respectfully cal! the attention rortro t *f 1 PURE E?K 10 **’ which I a A jM^Sd M te l P™** P iy Something Kew in Wertmin rter 7 .. y* NO^nOE. rpHE Commissions of lire ZAlsynm* named JL persons, appointed Justices of the Peace m and for Carroll County and State of Mary land, and Officers of Registration for the dif ferent Districts of Carroll county, were filed in this office on the 15th day of April, 187 G, and they are hereby notified that those who fail to qualify within thirty days from the above dqfe their places will be deemed vacant. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. District No. I—Wm. H. Crouse, George A. Flickinger, Henry Galt, j District wo. 2—Thomas Tipton. Geo. W. Gilbert, John Jordan. District No. 3-—Jesse N. Legore, Samuel Massinger. District No. 4—Joseph E. Ward, Azarixh Oursler, William Stocksdale. District No. s—-J. Oliver Wadlov, James Morgan, C. W. Hood, Jr., 4. K. Kearney. District No. 6 —Jacob Baltxcr, Henry Hotter, Francis Warner. District No. 7—Georg© W. Matthews, Gus tavus W. Craps ter. Wm. J, Mitten, J. Henry Hoppe, John D. Summers. District No. B—Jesse F. Malehorn, John W. Abbott District No. 9—Josh Brown. Stephen Qor such, George W. Chase, John H. Selby. District No. 10—William H. Fogle, Samuel Shank. • District No. ll—William T. Smith, Lewis Dielman, Charles Denning. District No. 12—Joshua Switzer, David T. Albaugh. OFFICERS OF REGISTRATION. Ist District —William Fisher. 2d 44 John R. Haines. 3d 44 Jonas Frock. 4th 44 Daniel Ebaugh. sth u Samuel S. Spalding, ttth 44 George Shower. 7th 44 Lee McKlroy. Bth 44 Francis L. Hakee. 9th 44 Abraham Albaugh. 10th 44 John Shunk. llth •* Jesse I*ambert. 12lh 44 John Uartsock. Hugo E. Fiddis, Notary Public, Westminster. Test: FRANK T. SHAW, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Carroll Co. [ P 22 PATENTS i OBTAINED in the United States, Canada and Europe; terms as low as those of any other reliable houae. Correspondence invited in the English and foreign languages, with Inventors, Attorneys at Law, and other Solicitors, especially with those who have had their cases rejected in the hands of other at torneys. In rqected cases our fees are rea- and no charge is made unless we are INVENTORS, if you want a Patent, send , model or sketch, and a fell description . of your invention. We will make an exami f nation at the Patent office, and if we think it • patentable, will send you papers and advice, r and prosecute your case. Our fee will be in r ordinary cases, $25. ADVICE FREE. Oral or written, in all ; matters relating to Patents, Patent Law and Inventions. , References Hon. M. D. I*eggetl, Ex r Commissioner of Patents, Cleveland. Ohio ; I 0. H. Kelley, Esq.. Sec y National Grange, j Louisville, Ky.. and the Ministers of Foreign i Legations at Washington, D. C. •ST'Send stamp for onr “ Guide for Ob i mining Patents.’' a book of 60 pages. Address, LOUIS BAGGER I CO., Solicitors of Patents, Washington. D. C. feb 12 TO THE PUBLIC ! THE undersigned would most respectfully inform the public that they have pur chased the entire stock of J. J. Shorb sod Son, on Main Street, Westminster, where thev will continue the business as heretofore, and have constantly on hand and make to order FURNITURE, of all kinds, Newel Posts, Balusters, and Handsßail worked to order. , Bepairing, Upholstering, 40., 4c., done at the shortest notice. Being practical Cabinet Makers, and having bad several years’ experience, are confident that we can execute all orders entrusted to us at prices reduced to the lowest profit. Special inducements to young housekeepers. Also will keep constantly on hand and of i the latest and most improved styles COFFINS AND CASKETS, ■ which will be furnished at the shortest notice I and funerals served. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction j and at the lowest prices. A call is respect , felly solicited to examine our stock and prices ; before purchasing elsewhere. SAMUEL V. BANKER!. WILLIAM H. FOWLER. mar 18-8 m QTOCK FEEDERS, LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! I am now manufacturing a Feed Cutter for fodder, hay or straw, that is superior to sny other cutter ever invented. It cuts faster and ; crushes the fodder, putting the stalk into such a condition that cattle will eat all up. The | fodder after being cot passes through * crasher, thus making the hard corn stalk as soft as the blade; while all other cutters leave the stalk in short bard pieces, and the chewing of such hard pieces by voor stock produces sore mouths —which, instead of a benefit to your stock, is an injury. I claim this machine to he superior to all others. To mrtisfy yourselves, feeders of stock and farmers generally, are respectful- I ly invited to call and see this Cutter* Crusher, to be found at the foundry, near depot West ern Maryland Railroad. E. WAGONER, jan9if Successor to Wagoner k Matthews. SHAKER’S Genuine Flower aiifl Vegetable Seeds, ALWAYS RETTABLE AT E. K. OEBNAND’S, feb 12-3 m WreTMixirrtx, Mo. BUT BRIOOB ft BRO’S. FLOWER AND GARDEN SUDS! . THE BEST IN THE WORLD! ALL SEEDS GUARANTEED! MERCHANTS and Dealers can be sup plied and a liberal commission allowed. All Seeds not sold can be returned. Sample boxes and circulars furnished. H. HAINES, General Agent, feb 26-tf Westminster, Md. NOTICE. TIT A VINO FAILED TO CLOSE OUT H MT STOCK OF i Wall Paper 4 Window Shades 11 ot the tine designated, I still continne to i sell at Greatly Reduced Prices, i IWALL GOODS IN MY LINE.-** WILLIAM COON, mar 11-tf Westminster, Md. WAGON FOB SALE. j FJIHE running gear of a strong, new two - A Hone Wegon will be Bold low for tbe ' cash. It it Imiit of the very best material, and by a good mechanic. Any one wishing , a wegon willplesse call on the subscriber, one fourth of a mile north of Smelser's mill on the road leading from New Windsor to Union town turnpike. ! _*? ® _ Tf?- w - LiliTZ - I WATCHES I WATCHES It C. A. 8. WOLE, ' F° 1 ??. KBLY Blli“>ore street, i Baltimore, Md., has located at New Windaor, where he is prepared to repair all c .J. *an other articles in hu line. Musi cal Boatw a specialty. A jan 29-tf j JOHN T. DIPPENBAUOH, | CHAS. BILLINGSLEA. D. D. S dj DENTIST, * OJice Second door Wmt if JWmers' aim f. Mechanics' Bank , Westminster, Md. 1 , TTTHBBE he may be found Monday, j 11 Tuesday, Thursday end Saturday, ol e evenr week. i. Will continue to visit the following pieces j Union Bridge. —lst Wednesday and Friday, of each month, c New Windsor. 2nd Wednesday and Fri day, of each month. Cnionto an*. ~3d Wednesday and Friday, o( each month. d Taney town. —The lost Wednesday and Fri- day, of each mouth. july 5-tf •J. MORTIMER HURLEY, PROF. OF MUSIC, IS giving instruction on the Piano, Organ , Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute, Comet j and Thorough Bass, at greatly reduced RATES. 1 $8 PEE TERM, OR S3O PER SCHOLASTIC YEAR. PIANO TUNING $2.50. Also agent for I Wm. Knare * Co’s. ■ CELEBRATED PIANOS andPfWH * E. P, Needham k Soa’s Unrival * • m J 9 led ORGANS. Particular attention paid to the selection of Instruments. For particulars inquire at A. 11. Huber’s ; Drug Store, or Wheeler’s Hotel. feb 22 DENTAL NOTICE. DK. GEO. S. FOUKE, Dentist, offers ti. services at his Office. 1 Westminster—every Monday, Tuesday and i Saturday. Emmittsburg—Fourth Wednesday After ! oon till Thursday Afternoon. Mechamcstown—Fourth Thursday After noon and Friday. Rocky Ridge—First Wednesday Afternoon Double Pipe Creek—First Thursday. Middleburg—Rrsl Friday, tniontown—Second Wednesday Aftemoon. Taney town—Second Thursday Afternoon and Friday. Union Bridge—Third Wednesday A ftemoon and Thursday Forenoon. New Windsor—Third Thursday Afternoon a and Friday Forenoon. feb 23 e CHARLES B. ROBERTS,- ; ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR 1 j IN CHANCERY. j Office directly opposite the Court j House, Westminster. Md. feb 14-lf ISAAC E. PEARSON, t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1 YT*AS removed his office three doors east . Al of W heeler's Hotel, Main street. All business entrusted to his care will receive 1 prompt attention. july 4-tf DR. J. H. BILLINGSLEA XS still actively engaged in the practice ol 1 JL Medicine. BUT Office two doors east of the residence • of John L. Reifsnider, Esq. aug 19-tf DANIEL G. WRIGHT, A TTORNEY A T LA W. Office 87 street, Baltimore, Md. nov 18, 1869 A. K. STESTER. JAB. A. C. BOND. i SYESTER & BOND ! TXAVE associated themselves in the prac -1 -LA tice of Law in Carroll county ana the ) several Courts of this State. Mr. Syester will visit Westminster when business requires it Office corner Main and Court streets. I ap 15 MILTON WHITNEY. I. C. PEARSON, JR. 1 WHITNEY & PEARSON, Jr. XXAVE entered into a partnership for the f XA practice of law in Carroll conntv, and > all the courts of the State. Mr. Whitney will ’ come from Baltimore to Westminster when ever it may be necessary for the trial of cases; [ and his opinion and advice can be had at any tame by calling at the office, directly opposite Wheeler’s Hotel, Main St Westminster. | aug Itf M. B. SETTLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, VESTMI.VSTtK. HD. Office with Charles B. Roberts, direct], i opposite Coart House. augll-75 JOSEPH M. PARKE, ! ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. WILL practice in tbe various Courts of Curoll county. JWSpeci.l attention given to Orphans’ Court business. Msv be consulted, lor the present, at the office of the Register of Wills, or at hit residence on Court Street, R estminster, Md. jan S-6m D. N. HENNING, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WESTMINSTER, MD., Will practice in all Courts throughout the i.ov t-if j ■WH* *• ®MITH. WM. A. M’KKLUP. SMITH A McKELLIP, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND * SO. LICITORS 7.V CHANCERY, "tr AVING formed a partnership in the prac- XX tice of Law, will give prompt attention to all business entrusted to their care. Office on Main street a few doors east ol Court street dec 8-1, JAMES FENNER LEE, COUNSELLOR AT LAW AND j SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY OFFICE at his residence on the Deer Park Road. Postoffice address, Finksburg. | Carroll county, Md. *p r 4-ly* ; CHAS. T. REIFSNIDER, ! ATTORNEY-AT LAW AND SO LICITOR IN CHANCERY, 11 wrsrxixsTta, mu. WILL attend prompt), to all business entrusted to him. Special attention giving to collections and i procuring decrees for the sale of Real Estate. Office adjoining bis residence, up 22 ly R. B. NORMENT, A TTORNEY A T LA W, AND REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY, I”|FFICE on Main street, two door, west ol Court, Westminster, respectful!, informs the citixens of Carroll and adjoining counties I that he will give prompt attention to all busi ness intrusted to him, both before tbe Court* of this State and the Departments of the General Government at Washington, D. C. I jan 4, J 873. MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF CARROLL COUNTY. b OEFICE, WESTMINSTER, MD. I J, W. HEHING, President. RICHARD MANNING, Secretary and Treasurer. JOHN T. DIFFENBAUOH, General Agent, Weatminater, Md. I J. Oliver Wadlow, Agent, Freedom, Car roll eonnty, Md. ' jut 11-tf , MANSION HAI'SE HOTEL, 1 Nurtheaet corner Payette and St Paul SU. orrbetTi bsesum’s cm mi, BALTIMORE. Isaac Albert ton, Proprietor. ' cenMl 7tai' i ‘ ° D ' mo * t and Ti < * on,! *• T* An Mto the people J J Westminster, M t: ami r i i CARROLL COUNTY ! ! I -y—- I Strasburger <£ Son’s GRAND OPENING OP -Snell! ° AITK most cordially invito the citizen* of ▼ ▼ Westroinstc* and the people of Carroll county in general,*o call ami examine our large and well aborted slock of MEN’S, YOUTHS’, d BOYS’ and CHILDREN'S : CLOTHING! 1 Comprising every variety of STYLES AND PATTERNS, which we are now prepared to sell At Prices to Suit the Times, and law then they can be lionght in any House in the city. Vii; Children's Suit* from $3 to $5. Boys' Snita from $o to SB. Youths' Suits from $6 to $lO. rt Men’s Cassimere Suits from $lO to $lB. Men's Black Dress Suits from sls to $25. All Goods guaranteed thoroughly sponged. An early call is respectfully solicited. STRASBURGER A SON, (t Square Dealing Clothing House, b Corner Front and Gay Street, e april 15-ly Baltimore. Md. TO CORN GROWERS! ! >' J. J. TURNER Sc CO’S. e Amomted Bone Snper-Piiospliale! ANALYSIS: Ammonia 8.30 Soluble Phosphate of Lime 28.91 B Bone Phosphate of Lime 8,16 j Potash 4.07 1 /COMPOSED of the most concentrated ma - V terials, it is richer in Ammonia and Sol j üble Phosphates than any other Fertilizer j f sold, except our “Excelsior," and is made with the same care and supervision ; uniform Quality guaranteed: in excellent order for drilling. PRICE $45 PER TON. J. J. TURNER A CO., 42 Pratt St. Baltimore, i For sale by, E. S, STOUFFER, 11-3 m Westminster, Md. j Wiki’s leplalt! 11 r *^*^V H,TEL OoVw* 1 i/CO'sJ %v, ! * YEOETATOE •*! I \*• BALTIMORE **• ' The Leaflini Fertilizer of The World. ! EASILY DRILLED ALWAYS UNIFORM. ; OBSERVE the BRAND. W. Whitelock ft Co., No. 44 South Street, I I Baltimore, Md. | ap 15*6m E. K. GERN AND WESTMINSTER, MD. UEALKK IX ■ DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, • i House Furnishing Goods QUEENSWARE, < Building and Cabinet Hanjware I ; WINDOW GLASS, LAMPS, PAINTS, | OILS, , j STATIONERY’, J DRUGS, 1 GROCERIES, Ar. a I Will be sold ai lowest Cash prices, j apr 13m To Corn Growers & Others. ROBKRT TURXEB & SOX, AM MON I ATE I) •| M CLIMAX” POUDRETTE t ANALYSIS: i. I Turner’. •• Climax” I’oiutrette Contains in one Ton 40 Ibe. Ammonia, Contains in one Ton 50 lbs. Phosphoric Acid. Contains m one Ton 40 lbs. Potssb, Composed of Night Soil. The Phosphate and Saline constituent* are readily soluble in the toll. The Ammonia, combined with Sulphuric Acid, is particularly active. Price ISUE&toav Also, AMMONIATED BONE - SUPER PHOSPHATE, AND GROUND BONE, warranted pure. ROBERT TURNER 4 SON, 43 South Frederick Street, P 13-2 m Baltimore, Md. E- LYNCH, Agent, Westminster. ■Si!® np uffiT'*' 1 ' ****** ] CHRISTOPHER’S Alta Safety Oil WARRANTED 150° FIRE TEST FROM THE OIL IN'KPKCTOR Of BALTMOBK. Office of J. Ainikov Smith. \ 61 S. Gay St., Bolt., July 14, 1875. i ! Meters. Christopher 4$ Co :—Gentlemen ; With much pleasure I take this opportunity of stating that in a long experience in thi inspection of Illuminating Oils, in my official cajmcity os Inspector, 1 am enabled to pro nounce your “Alta .Safety" brand of Oil, the ? very best 1 have ever tested or used. In nu 3 nitrous inspections made for myself and friends I have invariably found the “Alts i Safety" to stand a higher Fire test than that I you claimed for it (namely 160%) and have also found it in uutform parity and general good qualities sHjterior to any other oil I have I seen, and as such, recommended it to my friends and the public generally, as the most reliable oil for family use now in the market. As Refiners, I congratulate you upon your j signal success in manufacturing an oil posses -1 sing the very Ikjsl qualities, Safety, Purity, and the production of a most brilliant light. In using the “Alta Safely" Oil in my household I have found it to give a light for reading or writing superior to gas and believe with ordi f nary care, that an accident with this oil is II impossible. Wishing you continued success r with the Alla Safety, which you so justly merit, I am Very reepeclfully, J. ADDISON SMITH, Inspector Crude and Refined Petroleum, 61 South Gay St., Baltimore. 5 I FOR SALE BY E. K. GERNAND, f ; aepc H-lj WESTMINSTER, MD. JXO.T. WAMPLJER, CASH DEALER IN JCboiee Mj Groceries! v I WEST END, WESTMINSTER, ED. HAVING taken the old stand formerly occupied by Jos. Woods, will keep i constantly on hand a superior stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, SYRUPS, ftc., &c„ . j also the best brands of FAMILY FLOUR, BACON, LARD, FISH, SALT, | QUEENS WAKE, GLASSWARE, Stoneware, Willowware. Woodexware. •fiF* Orders promptly filled and all Goods delivered. By strict and prompt attention to business, I hope to receive the patronage of my friends and the public generally. JNO. T. WAMPLER. march 6-ly H. HAINES. wholesale and retail GROCER!! BEGS leave to call mention to the Urge stock of Groceries, Liquor.. 4c., which he keens constantly on band, at his store , a few doors east of Railroad Depot. Mr Utilities are such as to ensble me to offer great inducements in point of prices, as I purchase strictly for Cash and sell at I short profits. | I ,“ vc on hand and am constantly re ceiving full supplies of CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, FAMILY GROCERIES AND LIQUORS, : j QUEENSWABE, STONEWARE. glassware, willowware. woodexware, HARDWARE, FISH, BACON, LARD, SALT, TAB. Also Dealer in Country Produce general ly. V ery respectfully, July 12-lf H. HAINES. E. 8. STOUFFER, ST THE principal depot, WESTMINSTER. MD., IS at all times paying the higbes. .ish prices for V heat. Corn, Rye, Oats, and all kinds of country produce. Constantly on hand a full line of CHOICE GROCERIES, the best brands of FLOUR, and Feed of all kinds. Also a choice supply of LIQUORS, j tome of which I specially recommend for i medicinal purpose*. Guanos and Phosphates, of all the principal dealers, for sale at manu facturers prices. Blasting Powder constantly on hand. Purchasers may rely upon getting the best goods m my line that the market affords, at the lowest cash rates. E. 8. STOUFFER, Successor to Grimes 4 Slouffer. hoy 22, 1878. LUMBER! LUMBER!I| I HAVE just returned from the Lumber Regions—and am now receiving the Ur rest selection of LUMBER ever offered at this place, at Reduced /Vice., consisting of Yellow Pine, Spruce and Hemlock JOIST AND SCANTLING i alld sixes, H 6-4, -4 and 8-4 £i n “ and FUnk. Yellow and ; White Pine Flooring, Dressed and Undressed ■ Wuatherhoardlng, While Pine Cypress and Lhertnnt Shingles, Walnut and Ash Boards and Plank, Plain and Headed Picketts, Shin gle and PUstering Laths, a prime lot of Chest nut Rails and Posts. Also all the different KINDS OF COAL, Thinking Urge sales with small profits bet ter than small sales with Urge profits, I have concluded to adopt the former as m y guide, and hope I shall be enabled to cany It out by persons in want of anything in my line giving me a call before purchasing elsewhere. EDWARD LYNCH. , , m . “• Depot, Westminster, Md. feb 20-tf Central Drug Store, opposrric catholic church, Main Street, Weatmingter, Md. WELLS BROTHERS T'hBALERS in Drags, Medicines, Chcmi te, *<=• PURE WINES and LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES. Physicians' orders promptly filled and rrwenpUoos carefully and accurately com l'Oo"'l'd - jaly 12-lf Stationery & News Depot, JUST OPENED, Near the P. 0,, Westminster. JAMBS M. BHELLMAN STOVES! STOVES! ''MEITEWm rpilE subscribers take ideasure in annoum , -1. ing to the citizen* of Carroll county, that they have just received from the manufactur i: vta the largest ami best assortment of ,e PARLOR, COOKING aI AXI TBN-PLATE STOVES, id r "*°°^ or U°alt of the latest pattern*, which . will be sold Wholesale or Retail a* low as they can be bought in Baltimore, ami guarantee satisfaction or the money will be refunded. , | Call and examine before purchasing el*ewhere ( *• *c guarantee to sell below any other house. ( We still keen constantly on hand and make to ! order TINWAHKof every description, Milk I 1 Can*. Ac., made by the best workmen. : r Gas, Steam and Water Piitares ; put up at the shortest notice and nt the most j ; reasonable prices. Roofing and Spouting put , r 1 up in any part of the county of the best mater j. ' ial and in a workman like manner. i: LIGHTNING RODS y put 4 up in any part of the county. Having the j sole agency fur the Munson Copper Lightning I Rod we guarantee satisfaction. The celubra ! ted Chicago Porcelain Lined CUCUMBER PUMP put in well* of any depth and guarantee it to work with ease, and throw water with any wood Pump and last as long, always on hand and put in on the most accommodating terms. Patent Window Fasteners always on hand. Thankful for iisl favors we respectfully usk a continuance of the same and an exaroina -9 lion of our large stock and prices, which defy ' competition. (Employing none but the best workmen and using the best material we hope by strict attention In business to receive a I continuance of the public patronage. P. CALLAGHAN k SON, ! Orndorff Building Main St near the Depot, 1 i Westminster, Md. aug 28tf NOTICE. ’ GO TO THE . Old Reliable aid Popular Store or J. YINGLING & CO., • FoR JDRYGOODS NOTIONS, CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS. | , It COS, MATS, Jtc. ,fv. W here you will always find the largest and I ’ best assortment of Goods in their line in the county, and at the very lowest market price. Always receiving ttir LOTS OF NEW GOODS. ‘St* Thankful for past favors we solicit# cent in- | nance of the same. •j Respectfully Your*, J. YINGLING k CO., dec4-tf West End, Westminster. e THE TAYLOR C Manufacturing Company i OF WESTMINSTER, MD. ,I. t- I.ITLOB, A. 11. Sl lUrFI LK. p, [RWIV, Pre.iJvnt, S. 4 Trva. Supt. UIHUTOIW 1 David Fowhle, H. Haines, Edward Lynch, A. I). Schaeffer. J. E. Taylor. manufacturers of STATIONARY, PORTABLE AXD j AGRigjLTURAL ENGINES, OF AU. KIMS, I Circular Saw Mills, MILL MACHINERY, Westminster Triple-Geared Horse Powers, ■ From 1 to 12 Ilor-, Mounted on 2 or 4 1 heels, or Down. Itepairing of all kinds, including the Re- I pairing or Rebuilding ol Railroad Locomotive , fcn,ne> - June 6-ly. j PRODUCE DEPOT, ; A1 THE RAILROAD, WEST MIN- i .S' TER. MARYLAND. ' FpHE the old.Und of Gehr ' 4 Omdorß, u prepared to purchase ' i FLOUR. ' WHEA T, RYE, i OA TS, j CORN anil COUNTRY FRODUCE lof all de-ription. A lao to receive and for- - ward PRODUCE AND GOODS iof all kinds. He also keeps constantly on hand a large and full stock of 7 ‘ groceries, I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, | Flour, Bacon, Feed, Grain, Salt, Fish, 4c., together Wes, Shovels, Hoes, itakes t • j GUANO AND FERTILIZERS < of ' d '*" or 'I ,tkmi: •"<! In fact all articl.s in , a first class store. J 1 of the public patronage, may 3-ly DENTON GEHR. ] nuxa . here. aamrn. i. m,. F.K.HERR&BRO., 4BSaiM.\ arscvicTiKKKs or , COACHES, CARRIAGES, 1 Buggies, Jagger Wagons | PHAETONS, fto. Special attention riven to Khpairint All ' orders promptly filled and iork of ‘ kind warranted. , °l l Ps>i'e The Wiimn House 1 Mam street, Westminster, Md. ’ • aug 8-ly Desirable Town Residence for Sale. 1 THE snlwcribcr offers al Private Sale, the properly on Mam Street, Westminster ne.vt door above Odd Fellows' Hall Th ’ 1 .vm •• * Praam Building in h excellent conditim,, 2 stories ■WWBat ?," d B " ,I, V c ’ ? nd contains 8 undersigned at Mechaniextown. ’ ** s ang Atf JOSHUA HKRINO. TO FARMERS! j “EXCELSIOR,” e I Composed of Soo poumlt of Xo. 1 Peru r inn j Guano, and I2int poumlt of Monet dissolved j | in Sulphuric arid, and Potash. 1 jIORMING the mewl coneenlrated, univer ' Mii and durable fertilizer ever offered to Sthe farmer—combining all the stimulating qualities of Peruvian Guano. mod the ever die t table fertilising properties of Bono*. In fine t dry powder, prepared expressly for drilling. After eighteen year*’ experience by the Fannern of Maryland and Virginia in the ate of “ Excelhior, ’ it is their unanimous opin [ ion that an application of 100 pounds of “Kx* CEWIoa" is equal to from 200 to IMMI pounds J of any other fertilizer or guano, and therefore ? full? 100 per cent, cheaper. Uniformity of quality guaranteed by the j manufacturers. #FUFarmers should see that every Bag is branded as above, with the Analysis and our > j name in red letter*. All others are counter ; j feila. I IMUCi: $oO PKK TON. ,1. J. TURNER k CO.. 12 Pratt >St., Baltimore. : I For sale by E. S. STOUFFER, ! mar 11 3m Westminster, Md. TAKE NOTICE! i ( I HAVING purchased from my partner his interest in the foundry and machine i shops near depot Western Maryland Railroad, in Westminster, I would respectfully solicit I the patronage of my friends and the public generally. I shall do the very best I can to j render entire satisfaction to my customers, I am prepared to do all kinds of' Repairing at Short Notice [ i And low rates. I still manufacture the Celebrated Wagoner MEAT AND GUANO DRILL! j which has been greatly improved, and which i is really the best Wheat ami Guano Drill in 1 the market; also manufacture Tlirealiliifj Machines, Horse Powers, j . Corn Shelters, Fodder, If ay and Straw Cutters, Plows and Sub-Soilers. The Feed Cutter I | manufacture is a superior thing in its line. | Farmers, call and see it. Yours respectfully. janO-ly B. WAGONER. Miller it Lindsay’s POCt I. A It DRYGOODS AXI | NOTION STORE!I WESTMINSTER, Md, WL offering extraordinary inducements, and persons in want of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS will do well to give us a call before making their purchases. Our stock is large ami com plete. embracing all the 1 Attest Novelties of the season in Ladißs’DressGoodsJleii's&Boys’Wear i Ac., Ac. fcgr Satisfaction guaranteed. We eamectly solictit vour patronage. SOI.K AGENTS. In this county for the sale of E. Butteric A Co s celebrated Patterns of Garments for La dies, Misses and Children. OoT An exami nation is solicited. * i oct 80 tf TO FA KM KliS. : SMITH’S RAf BONE PHOSPHATE O l 'R for manufacturing purpose, y ,previously announced, have been i largely increased. We are fully prepared ! now to offer to the public u 1 1 [ Valuable nut) Reliable Fertilizer, adapted to all agricultural products and nar anteed to compete in quality, uniformity and durability, wilt any piosphate in the market. It is put up in bags, expressly prepared for dnllmg, and can be applied in quantities how ever small )ier acre. () ur terms are $42 rg) Cash, or note for do or 00 day, with interest. e also make a specially in various kinds of Bone, such as Western Bone, J. M. Bullock's Bone and Texas Bone and Meat. We keen constantly on band and for sale at tffe lowest rash price,, Oil of Vitriol, Ground Salt Cake Ammonia, Potash, Nitrate of Soda, Charles! JW; all Of which can be had either at our Factory in New Windsor Md'’ o ( r i ,l lT Br i“' ,ch , * e ' Aberdeen! Md. Our I hosphale and Fertilizing supplies have been extensively used in the middle and i southern Slates, where they have given gen- } Vc inTlte lhe inquiry of the Farmers either by |ierson or letter, which will be met with our usual promptness, ; Kcs|iectfully, mtf 18j ZJ. SMITH A SON. TO ERR IS HUMAN. | FURNITURE AND STOVES K. CROUSE'S, i. disregard of your own inter- mH aJßbcst that is wholly inexcusable, Maymg had a long experience in the business, he now tlnlters himself that He ran always exhibit to thmw, wishing to ~urche any article in his line, a stock not excelled in “?atabli.hmeDt ! in me county, and liik prices are giiamutcMi ' X^ife'te LlU ‘" l ’ r ,ht -wC chtS; may 21 BOOT and SHOE FINDINGS AND BOOT AND SHOE MAKING. 1 nPHE suliaeriber wishes to inform the pub- ME&HSr# 1 Promptly I Thoroughbred Alderney Cattle ** S^i?i COWS. heifST , ALSO HEIPEU AND BULL CALVES. * SOUTH DOWN SUBBP BERKSHIRE PIOS febMf LEWIS 11. COLE. UOHT! LIGHT 11 LIGHT!!! Safety No "-pWve. Lamp,. Alta . • K. OKIINAND'B. ‘ | Selling off Winter Stoci, AT TO MAlili UK ill v FOR SPRING TRADE 11 TE undersigned would mnst n IWHtI | X inform bis friends and custom i (steads Belling off his WinteJ : <■ f™... this date. It con“iT„r * BEAVER CLOTHS, CASSIMSbso ] WORSTEDS, SUITINGS KERSEYS, &c., &c., g a, "° Gentlemen's Furnishing Good, w GLOVES, UNDERWEAR. ** He nnnouncca without fear of cn„i_4- ' , that he keeps the finest and best FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC m ■ outside of the City, which be will m .v. ", " Ibi' latest and must fashionable sty| S" P cheap as any house in thecounty foni,,.* quality and workman.hin, AUo 9 “P bought elsewhere. All Good, ,J "J guaranteed as represented or the mo “ ' "*• funded. .A full fine of e - T Gentlemen’s Furnishing Qooi kept constantly on hand. Thaakfcl past patronage, he asks a continuanceTf f same hull a few Hats on hand ,u we will sell at your own price. ** . , JOHN T. ANDERS jan 20-tf GORDON’S Food for Horses and Cattle , r/ir Great Kcr.nnmical Food f„ Coils 8 cents for tacit Uurse per fWj REDUCES the quantity Of grain twimP both for Cattle and Horse. omXh Being a perfectly nutriUous, health rZ tirciiaration from the seeds of gnnuu herbs in combination with tonic sadinfi- Bring root barks, we claim it to be ikriL thing needful to make a perfect feed are improved in Flesh. Ip.Wand Ksi„ua lhe principle of the aclioa n f lhtFml\ that Perfect OigeMion produces hire likti and upon (his depends health and oflet U ittelf. Cattle intended for the knife fate more rapidly and the flesh is moreS Toars increase their Milk yield, at letae fourth, in both rich nest, and quality thefiu result being much more Mutter u GERALD GORDON k CO. pamphlet of fall particulars. Hsi.xsuiiiixs 4H W. Fayette Stnet, ocl M c Baltimore, Si A. H. HU BEK, NO. 2. CARROLL HALL, DEALER IN Drugs, Chemicals, PATENT MEDICINES, .*.vp rjPMPVMm, Especial Attention Paid to Plijiiciaii Orders and Prescriptions. apr 25-tf BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR Girls and Young Childrm. WESTMINSTER, MD„ •JO miles from Baltimore, on Western li Railroad. BeiT Number of Boarding Pupil* lirnad to twelve. TEH MS $1*4.% VER SRSSIOt For Circular* address MISS TILGHMA.N, Westminster. X<L KxFKRKXf K*.~UoQ. Charles 11. Robefta (diaries T. lieifsnider, Eq. WESTERN lUHIILANIICOUI mu STUDENTS OK BOTH SEXES, In aSepurate Departments hack haring a Pull Corjis of liutrwiea The Fifteenth .Semi .Annual begins SEPTEMBER Ist, 1876. For Catalogue, containing full iafce mation, as to Course of Study, Term*-It. address J. T. WARD, D. D. Pkmidpt, July 10-tf Westminster, Mi J. WILSON, St. noar I>*pot, Weatmlnrtif* WBOLCRALB A RETAIL DKltw I* Choice Whiskeys, Wines, BRANDIES. RDM, GIN and CORDIAL* XI-SO TBI KST saxslis Of Cigars, Chewing 4 Smoking Tobaca of all kinds. fts/'A call is solicited jun lU-lf WATCHES AND JEWELS^ Opera and La-Ontine Chains, SILVER PLATED WAB* Knives, Forks and Spoons, 4c. *<■ SPECTACLES & EYE GLASS* In Gold, Stiver and Sled Frame*, largest assortment in the County, for n ' f ’ low prices. . , WM. MOORE, Jll, nep 20 WeslmiMter^* 4 NOTICE 1 THE of Now Windsor CoW (late Calvert College) will he ro ‘“ Sept. 13th with increased facilities- * all rxjieaas —s‘*4ll; five-day hoarders 9 ■ tuition alone from S2O to $42 per year; P of year in same proportion. „„ viir v REV. L. B. W. SHBYOCK, aug 11-tf Ftesidw 1 , C. P. STOUT, Practical Horticulturist and Nurscryi WILL Prune Orchards, Hedges aedUJ Trees, in any desired shspri 8 all styles of GRAFTING. Tr.mmingrior Vines a specialty. Jaa®^, SHKIVKII’S Canned Fruits and Vegetable* feb 12-2.0 At E. K. OEKNAgD^ gardening, * ND all other kinds of day I 2. JLrcaifoiiabU* rate*. Order” may ‘''nmf" ° f "" A "'!°' iT FRANK NOKb-

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