Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate, June 3, 1876, Page 4

Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate dated June 3, 1876 Page 4
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XXX licit IJmmLvvj v/Al* WARRANTED 150“ FIEE TEST. FBO* TUI ML INSFKCTOtt OF MlnMI. Office of J. Aiwisox Smith, \ .11 S. do,*.. B*H.,JiU r , VJ4.I j ClrWapler A Co .-—Gentlemen : of stating ibat in * lon* experience in the inspection of Illuminating Oils, in my oßicinl capacity as Inspector, 1 ini enabled to pro nounco your •'All* Safely” brand of Oil, the very best 1 here ever tested or used. In nu merous inspections made for myself and friends I have invariably found tile "Alta Safely'' to stand a higher Fire test than that you claimed for it I namely ISO 0 ,) and have also found it in mtf/bi-et pW(y and general ' good qualities, eupertnr to any other oil 1 have seen, and as such, recommended it to uy friends and the public generally, as the most rfUahh oil for family use now m the market. As Refiner*, I congratulate you ujon jour | signal success in manufacturing an oil posses sing the very best qualities. Safety, Purity, I and the production of a most brilliant light. In using lhe“ Alta Safely” Oil in my household f have found it to give a light for reading or | writing superior to gan and believe with ordi nary care, that an accident with this oil is ' impossible. Wishing you continued success with the Alta Safety, which you so justly merit, I am Very respectfully, J. ADDISON SMITH, Inspector Crude and Refined Petroleum, e fil South Gay St, Baltimore. FOR SALK BY E. K. GERNAND, sept. 11-ly WESTMINSTER, MD. JN O. T. W AMPLER CASE DEALER IN Choice Family Grams! WEST END, WESTMINSTER, MQ. HAVING taken the old stand formerly occupied by Jos. Woods, will keep constantly on hand a superior stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, SYRUPS, Ac., &0., also the best brands of FAMILY FLOUR, BACON, LARD, FISH. SALT, QUEENBWAUE, GLASSWARE, Stoneware, Willow* ark, Woodbxwark. 9ST Orders promptly filled and all Good* delivered. By strict and prompt attention to business, I hope to receive the oatronage of my friends and the public generally. JNO. T. WAMPLER. march 5-1 j H. HAINEB, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER! I BEGS leave to call attention to the larfee stock of Groceries, Liquors, ic., which he keeps constantly on hand, at his store a few doors east of Railroad Depot. My (acilities are such os to enable me to offer great inducements in point of prices, as I purchase strictly for Cash ana sell at short profits. I have on hand and am constantly re* ceiving full supplies of CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, FAMILY GROCERIES AND LIQUORS, QUEENBWARE, STONEWARE, GLASSWARE, WILLOW WARE. WOODENWARE, HARDWARE, FISH, BACON, LARD, SALT, TAR. Also Dealer in Country Produce general ly. Very respectfully, July 12-tf H. HAINES. E. S. STQUFFEH, AT THE PRINCIPAL DEPOT, WESTMINSTER. MD., IS at all times pnyingthe highest cash prices ■ for Wheat, Com, Rye, Oats, and all kinds of country produce. Constantly on hand a full Hue of CHOICE GROCERIES, the best brands of FLOUR, and Feed of all kinds. Also a choice supply of LIQUORS, some of which I specially recommend for medicinal purposes. Guanos and Phosphates, of all the principal dealers, for sale at nmnn- Dsctureri prices. Blotting Powder constantly an hand. Purchasers may rely upon getting the best goods in my hue that the market affords, at the lowest cash rotes. „ E. 8. BTOUFFER, Successor to Grimes k Stonffer. nov 22, 1878. LUMBER! LUMBER!! XHAVE just returned from the Lumber Regions—and am now receiving the lar gest selection of LUMBER ever offered at this place, at Hcduntl /Wees, consisting o( Yellow Pine, Spruce and Hemlock JOIST AND SCANTLING of all lengths and sixes, 4-4, 5-4, 8-4 and 8-4 JJbrie Rne Boards and Plank, Yellow and n€ Fl ! K)rin &. Drewed and Undresaed Weatherboarding, White Fine Cypress and C“fri® ot ,SLmgle > , Wolnot and Asn Boards Vtank, Plain and Headed Picketts, Shin gl* ud Plastering Laths, a prime lot of Chest nut Rails and Posts. Also all the different kinds of coal , Thinking Urge sales with small profits bet concluded to adopt the former a* my guide, and hope I shall be enabled to carnr it out by EDWARD LYNCH, ftb go. tf N “ r J)tVat ' Md. Central Drug Store, orrOSITK CATHOLIC CHURCH, WMtaiaMer. Md. ¥~VKAI BBS n Also Fmsses, Shoulder Braces, Ac., ; ClaFia p |vl TUST OjPMNFI* A. K. STHITkB. JAB. L P. BOND. SYESTER A BOND XXA VE Associated themselves iu the prac burine^ro Wi i!‘ rtMjuires it. Office comer Main and Court streets, ap 15 ; MWH* H IIITNKY. I, K. i‘KAUSOV, J. WHITNEY & PEARSON, Jr. HAVE entered into a partnership for the practice of law in Carroll county, and all the courts of the Slate. Mr. Whitney will j come from Baltimore to Westminster when- I ever it may be necessary for the trial of cases; j H . ,M * “** **Ppiou and advice can be hail at uuv time by calling at the ofiice, directly opposite I Wheeler s Hotel. Main St. WcstinuiHter. aug Itf CHARLES B. ROBERTS, ! ATTORNEY AT LAW AN'|) SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. I W (Mb directly opposite the Court House, Westminster, Md. feb J|-,f ' ISAAC E. PEARSON. ATTORNEY -AT- LAW, HAS removed his office three doors east of Wheeler s Hotel, Main street. All business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention. j u |y 4.,,- DR. J, H. BILLINGSLEA J® 9®J? • t . wo f*’” of ‘he residence ol John L. Reifsnider, Esq. aug UMf DANIEL G. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. w *W* *7 Lexington street, Baltimore, ”• nov 18, 18ii!) M. B. SETTLE, ATTOBNEY-AT-LA"W, mBSTMISSTBB. MD. omce with Charles B. Roberts, directly opposite Court House. &ugl4-76 JOSEPH M. PARKE. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, WILL practice in the various Courts of Carroll county. |®-Spccial attention given to Orphans Court business. May be mmsulted, for the present, nt the office of the Register of n ills, or at his residence on Court Street, Westminster, Md. jan 3-8 m D. N. HENNING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, WESTMINSTER. MD., Will practice in all Courts throughout the n „ v , 3 . tf JOBS X. SMITH. WH. X. M’glU.IP. SMITH & McKELLIP, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND SO, LICITORS IN CHANCERY, TIAVING formed s partnership in the prsc , ~ , Uc * of L,w > wi “ give prompt attention to all business entrusted to their care. Office on Main street n few doors east ol Court street. J ec 5-ly JAMES FENNER LEE, COUNSELLOR AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY OFFICE at his residence on the Deer Park Hoad. Poßtoftice address, Finksburg. uarroll county, Md. apr 4 . ly ** CHAS. T. REIFSNIDER, ATTOKNEY-AT LAW AND SO LICITOK IN CHANCERY, WiSIHIXSTSR, HD. WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted to him. Special attention giving to collections and procuring decrees for the sale of Real Estate. Office adjoining his residence, up 22-ly R. B. NORMENT, A TTORNEY-A T LA IV, AND REGISTER IN BANKRUPTCY, /AFFICE on Main street, two doors west of A-A Court, Westminster, respectfully informs the citizens of Carroll and adjoining counties that he will give prompt attention to all husi intrusted to him, both before the Court* of this State and the Department* of the General Government at Washington. D. C. jan 4, 1878. CHAS. BILLIN OSLEA, D. D. 8. DENTIST, Ojfice Second door West of Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank , Westminster, Md. WHERE he may be found Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, of every week. Will continue to visit the following places : Union Bridge. —Ist Wednesday and Friday, of each month. Mew Windsor. —2nd Wednesday and Fri day, of each month. unionkntn. —Bd Wednesday and Friday, of each month. Taney town. —The last Wednesday and Fri day, of each month. Jaly 6-tf J. MORTIMER HURLEY, PROP. OF MUSIC, IS giving instruction on the Piano, Organ, jiff*"’ G “ i,ar ’ Clarinet, Elute, Carnet and Thorough Bass , at urkatly reduced Rates. $8 PEE TERM, OR S3O PKE SCHOLASTIC TEAR. PIANO TUNING $2.00. Also agent for Wm. Knabk k Go’s. TVT,. CELEBRATED PIANOS andPKpW! E. P. Needham k Son’s Unrival- w ■ J led ORGANS. Particnlar 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. DR. GEO. S. FOUKE, Dentist, offers'll, services at his Office. Westminster—every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday. Emnuttebnrg—Fourth Wednesday After noon till Thursday Afternoon. Mechanicstown—Fourth Thursday After noon and Friday. Rocky Ridge—First Wednesday Afternoon Donble Pipe Creek—First Thursday. Middleburg—First Friday. Union town —Second Wednesday Afternoon. Taneytown—Second Thursday Afternoon and Friday. Umon Bridge—Third Wednesday Afternoon and Tfanrsdav Forenoon. Windsor—Third Thursday Afternoon , **d Friday Forenoon. f e b 23 MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF CAR|OLL COUNTY. OFFICE, WESTMINSTER, MD. i. W. BERING, President. RICHARD MANNING, Secretary ami Treheurer. JOHN T. DIFFF.NBAUOH, General Agent, Westminister, Md. J. Oliver Wadlow, Agent, 'Freedom, Car roll county, Md. jan 11-tf ~ [ JgJ; “ d I nuiy <ly ! — :■ -• \ ” . . , ‘ ;7. ;’4/i - E j m-U} iMI , v * 'SSrnil V ■BMgTOiB Wh I.M iflk y mw-. Ijm Wr ~ _ B THE FARMERS’ HOME. j The Centennial Encampment of the Patrons of Husbandry w now completed, b and is ready for the reception of guests. This enterprise has resulted in the erec tion of the largest summer hotel building in the world, containing over 1,200 rooms, I and capable of comfortably entertaining from 3,000 to 4,000 persons daily. This project has been specially designed for the I accommodation of members of the order , of Patrons of Husbandry, Sovereigns of: Industry. Agricultural Societies, Farmers r Clubs, Temperance Societies and kindred j organizations, with their families and their 1 friends, who purpose visiting the great Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia, individually or in bodies. The buildings j. are 496 feet in length by 450 in depth, I , situated on a good elevation at Kim station, - on the Pennsylvania railroad, ten minuter’ [ ride from the entrance of the Exposition Grounds, affording a healthy location, pleasant promenades, romantic and pictur esque scenery. , The rooms are each furnished with a new double bed, mattress and springs, chairs, table, wash stand, ewer and basin, and a mirror—the walls arc neatly papered and the doors provided with a lock and key. The building is lighted witlj gas, and well ventilated, and the rooms, with the exception of 100, are located on the, first floor, conveniently connected with the . offices, dining rooms, wash rooms, closets, i etc. Rooms *n suite to any number for j families and parties, and apartments for! ladies unaccompanied by gentlemen. The reception, promenade and sitting rooms are large, pleasant and convenient. The dining room is is 320 feet in length and 80 feet in width, capable of seating 1,000 guests at a time, without crowding, c It is under the management of Brothers Jones and Phillips, of Grange No. 198, North East, Erie county, Pa.—gentlemen of character and ability—who may be do . pended upon to furnish their tables with an abundance of the best provisisions the market will afford, as well as all the deli cacies of the season. They have engaged the services of Mr. Z. Martin, of Titusville. 1 Pa., who has had thirty years’ experience as caterer and manager at popular summer STOVES! STOVESi] ! PREPARE FQRTHE WISTER i *■ T'MfE subscribers take pleasure in niinoinic- X. ing to the citizens or Carroll comity, that they have just received from the manufactur ers the largest and best assortment of ■ PARLOR, COOKING AX2> i TEN-PLATE STOVES, °°d or Coal, of the latest patterns, which will be sold Wholesale or Retail as low as they satisfaction or the money will be refunded. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere as we guarantee to sell below any other house. We still keep constantly on hand and make to order TINWARE of every description. Milk Cans, Ac., made by the beat workmen. r Gas, Steal and Water Fiitires put up nt the shortest notice and nt the most reasonable prices. Hoofing and Spouting put up in any part of the county of the nest mater ial and in a workman like manner. LIGHTNING HODS , put up in any part of the county. Having the t agency for the Maroon Copper Lightning > Rod we guarantee satisfaction. The celebra ted Chicago Porcelain Lined CUCUMBER ?UMP pnt in wells of any depth and guarantee it to W > eiwe ’ and throw w *ter with any wood Pump and last as long, always on hand ! * n d Prt in on the most accommodating terms. 1 Patent Window Fasteners always on hand. > Thankful for past favors we respectfully ask a continuance of the same and an examina * Uon of la**** stock and prices, which defy competition. F*niploying none but the beat workmen and using the best materia! wtf hope by strict attention to business to receive a continuance of the public patronage. P. CALLAGHAN A RON, Orndorff Building Main St near the Depot, j w estminster, Md. tt ug 28tf ! NOTICE. I I GO TO THE ; ■ Old Reliable and Popular Store n ' K n ! J. TINGLING & CO., FOR •iDRY GOODS NOTIONS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, RVOS, MATH, Ac. Ac. \ Where yon will always find I lie Urgent and beat assortment of Goods in their line in the county, and at Oh; yery loweil market price! • j Aiwa, a. receiving ; mar lots op new goods. -*] Thankful for past favor* we xdieK * contin uance of the Mine. Kexpectfuliy Your*, I j J. YINGLING k CO., j cc Wp.t End, Westminster, i —-i-- ——— SHItiVEU'B . * j Canned Fruits and Vegetables, . I feb 12.2 m At fe. K. GERNAND’B. rraort*. This (U’pnlnient will therefore Iw nnsiirjiaseed by any hotel iu Philadelphia or vicinity. On the ground* are located offices of the Western Union Telegraph Co., Adams Express, Fimusylvauiu lUilru.d baggxgc and ticket* offices, U. S. poaCoffiee, mid ! every convenience and facility for the transaction of business or the sending of | news. ; A large hall, 81l by 141) feel, has boon provided, in which Grunge and society meetings, lectures, entertainments, etc., will bo held frequently, and every effort | will be pul forth to make this feature at , tractive and enjoyable to guests during the time of their sojourn at the Encampment. The hall will be used for religious services on the Sabbath. j Lawful business of every description j will be conducted on the grounds. No intoxicating liquors sold on the premises and the board will sec that this regulation is strictly carried out. For the convonionce of the guest* at the Encampment, trains of the Pennsylvania railroad will leave and arrive at the*grounds every half hour, carrying passengers to the new Pennsylvania railroad depot, at the entrance of the Exhibition for the moder j ate charge of 15 oents a round trip. Hourly trains to and from Philadelphia will accommodate those wanting to visit I the city, day or night. A competent police force, watchmen, a fully organized brigade, safes for the Uc . posit of money snd valuables, accommo dating clerks and attendants have been appointed and provided, so that the com ; fort and safety of all who visit the Kn , campmcnt will be assured. Good spring water will be pumped into a large reservoir and conducted by pipes through the buildings fur drinking and cooking purposes, and have connections arranged for immediate service in case of fire. A comfortable building has been erected in a pleasant and retired por.ion of the grounds for hospital purposes, an! placed under the care of a competent physician. Should any of the guests be so unfortunate as to become ill while at the Encampment, they may rely upon being well eared for. Several of the managers of the Associ- THE TAYLOR Manufacturing Company OF WESTMINSTER, MD. i. s. variant, a. . scuAxrrut, p. u. ibwiv. President. Sec. k Treaa. SupL., dikectore: David l owblc, U. Haines, Edward Lynch, A. D. Schaeffer, J. F*. Taylor. MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY, PORTABLE AKD AGRICULTURAL ENGINES, OF ALL KINDS. Circular Saw Mills, MILL MACHINERY, Westminster Triple-Geared Horse Powers, From 1 to 12 Horse, Mounted on 2 or 4 Wheel*, or Down. Repairing of all kinds, including the Re pairing or Rebuilding of Railroad June S ly. PRODUCE DEPOT, AT THE RAILROAD , WESTMIN STER, MARYLAND. TPHEundertigned, at the old stand otGehr t Orndorff, i* prepared to purchase j FLOUR, WHEA r, RYE, I - OA rs, ; CORN amt COUNTRY PRODUCE of all descriptions. Also to re~i*e and Tor ward PRODUCE AND GOODS |of all kinds. He also keeps conirUvtly on j hand a large and full stock oY X | GROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ; Flour, Bacon, Feed, Grain, Salt, Fish, 4c, together with Spade., Shovel*, Hoc*, kakd .and farmers and Gardener*’ Implement* generally. Al*o j GUANO AND FERTILIZERS i of all dencription*; and in fact ail artk-lul in 1 a find clam atore. ! . 'filb long experience and by*trlel attention j to buameml hope to receive a liberal ahare of the public patronage, j m *l 8 ->J DENTON OEHR. I WAT^SAm^^^y, I Opera and La-Ontine Chaim, ! SILVER PLATED WARE, ; Fork, and Spoon*. Ac. Ao. j SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES In Gold, Silver and Steel Frames, largest amortment in the Coonty, for rata .t low price*. 28 WM ' MO S RK ' **P * We*tmmilor, Md. niiou will be on ihe grounds from the time of openin'; (lie Encampment to the clone of the season, uiitj every effort will be pnt forili to insure the comfort, convenience and safely of guests. • While this Association has been organ ised for the benefit of the Patrons of Hus bandry throughout the United Slates and Canada, and the entire hoard of managers are members of tho order, yet it is not intendeil to exclude persons from the En campment who arc not members of tho order. On tho contrary, entertainment will he open to Sovereigns of Industry, Agricultural Societies, Temperance Organ iiatiuna, Masonic, Odd Fellows and Me chanics Lodges, etc., and to all persons of good moral character, who bring recom mendations with them from officers of National, Stale or subordinate Oranges. Councils, Lodges and Societies, or the members of those organisations in their respective localities. As it is the intention of the board of managers to exclude as far as possible all persons of improper character, they earnestly request all their guests to bring with them their trade cards, certificates of membership, or letters of recommendation, and to introduce no ftiend into the En campment who docs not bear a fair moral record at home. These precautions arc taken for the safety and benefit of the guests themselves. fEHSis.—llootu, (double bed,) [ter day, *1; Meals, each, BOcts, Tickets for rooms and meals will he sold at the Treasurer's office, in the Emeampmcnt building. OiietU trill not U required to juiy fur meats which they tfo not get. The restaurant department will sell cheap lunch packages, neatly put up, for tho accommodation of those who desire to visit the Exposition (irounds and remain there all day. Every precaution will bo taken to prevent imposition on our guests, cither at the Encampment or the Exposition (■rounds, llooms may be secured in ad vance by giving ten days’ notice to the | secretary of the Association. \ * tir d* o engagement of rooms, lor asking further information, will bo i promptly attended to and acknowledged if | audroHsud to R. n. Thomas, Secretary | r AHMKR H Fhiknd office. .Meehanleaburg Pennsylvania. Selling off Winter Stock AT Greatly l(W Prices!! TO MAKE READY FOR SPRING TRADE I ! undersiraod would most respectfully • ♦ li ° r n- 1,8 am * coitomeni that he intends selling off his Winter Stock of tioods at cost from this dale. It consists of BEAVER CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, WORSTEDS, SUITINGS EERSETS, &c., &c., also Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods, such as GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, &v. He announces without fear of contradiction lliat ho keeps the finest and best selection of foreign and domestic goods outside of the City, which he will make up in the latest and most fashionable styles, and os cheap us any house in the county for the same quality and workmanship Also Goods made up bought elsewhere. All Goods and work guaranteed as represented or the money re landed. A lull hue of Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods kept constantly on hand. Thankful for |>asl patronage, he asks a continuance of the we'will seh price Wbilh janSHf AITOMB. GORDON’S Pood for Horses and Cattle. Thr. Omit Kconomiad F,hml for Stork. Costs 2 cent* fur each flort per feed. R*i!^S^r! h^ lun ' il J r of B™ in required both for Cattle and Horses one fourth. Dcmg a perfectly nutritions, health giving rr ion f r . om ." ie of grasses an 3 herbs m combination with tonic and invigor. S T* el “"" il t 0 the one thing needful to make a perfect feed. Horses are unproved mF(A, (KiWand Kofyra™ jpoyple of the action of Ike food is that fyrfrrt piautlon produce* I‘ore lllofl and upon this depends hcol/A and o/len life dtelj. Cattle intended for tho knife fallen more rapidly and the flesh i, more rolid Coins increase their Milk yield, at lease one pi! SrLmmmn 48 W. Fayette Street, ocl2lc Haiti,nore, Md. A. H. HUBER, NO. 2, CARROLL HALL, • dealer in Drugs, Chemicals, PATENT MEDICINES, PXBFVMEMr* I Especial Attention Paid to Physicians’ Orders and Prescriptions, Hjm th-U .•. _i . T>EST PRINTING done at Th. An i 1 -A-S Win Olhee. I TO FARMERS! “EXCELSIOR,” jmCpFRt/X/A JV • whubu Mr MitTb ammonia ani.o^K I Jm rHng unenmn MB l< Jr J.TUR S Cuinpikseit of MO annul* of No. I I Vine in a (•tut m>, mul t$W pint ml* of Hone* di**olred in Svl/ihuric arid, and I‘of ash. IJV>RMINO the irtoßt concentrated, univer sal ami durable fertil’uer ever offered to the farmer—combining all the stimulating qualities of Peruvian Guano, and the ever du rable fertilising properties of Hones. In fine dry powder, prepared expressly for drilling. After eighteen years’ experience by the Farmers of Maryland and Virginia in the use ol “ E.\4 Ki>ioh,” il is their unanimous opin ion that an application of 100 pound* of “Ks cki-sioh” is equal to from 2tHI to .KMI pounds of any other fertilizer or gnono. and therefore fully 100 per cent, cheaper. Uniformity of quality guaranteed by the manufacturer*, u Farmept should see that every Hag is branded as above, with the Analysis and our L * name in red letter - . All others are counter t .feils. • PRICE SSO PER TON. J. .1. TURNER A CO., 42 Pratt Bt., Haltimore. For sale by K. S. BTOUFFER, mar 11 8m Westminster, Md. 1 TAKE NOTICE! s HAVING purchased from my partner his interest in the foundry ami machine D shops near depot Western Maryland Railroad, in Westminster, I would respectfully solicit t the patronage of my Mends and tho public generally. 1 shall do the very best I can to render entire satisfaction to my customers. I am prepared to do oil kinds of f Repairing at Short Notice f And low rates. I still manufacture the , Celebrated Wagoner ■ WHEAT AND GUANO DRILL! I* which has been greatly improved, and which is really the best Wheat and Guano Drill in J the market: also manufacture ' TlireNlihiK .Machines, f Horse Powers, Corn Shelters, Fodder, Huy and Straw Cutters, * Plows and Sub-Boilers. The Feed Cutter I ! manufacture is a superior thing in its line. , Farmers, call and see it. Yours respectfully. jM*ly B. WAfIOUKB. : TO FARMERS. : SMITH’S BAWBOHK PHOSPHATE OUR facilities for manufacturing purposes a* previously announced. have been I largely increased. We are fully prepared now to offer to Ihe public a Valuable and Reliable Fertilizer, adapted to all agricultural products and guar anteed to compete in quality, uniformity and ■ durability, with any Phosphate in Ihe market, i l l .‘,‘,.P ut U P expressly prepared for drilling, and can he applied in quantities how. ■ ever small per acre. Our terms are f42.fa) , Ctuh, or note for 80 or 80 days with interest. We also make a specially in various kind* of Bone, such as Western Bone, J. M. Bullock’s , Bone mid Texas Bone and Meat. We keep , constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest , cash prices. Oil of Vitriol, Ground Salt Cak., Ammonia, Potash, Nitrate of Soda, Charles i ton Guano, Plaster, Ac., all of which can be , had either at onr Factory in Now Windsor, Md., or at our Branch House, in Aberdeen! Md. Our Phosphate and Fertilizing supplies have been extensively used in the middle and southern States, where they have given gen eral satisfaction. II e invito the inquiry of the Farmers either by person or letter, which will he met with our usual promptness. Respectfully, mar 18-tf ’ J. J. SMITH A SON. PATENTS OBTAINED in the United States, Canada and Europe; terms as low as those of any other reliable house. 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 rejected cases our fees are rea sonable, and no charge is made unless we are successful. INVENTORS, if you want a Patent, send us a model or sketch, and a full description of your invention. We will make an exami nation at the Patent office, and if we think it patentable, will send you papers and advice, and prosecute your case. Our fee will be in ordinanr cases, S2B. AD\ ICE FREE. Oral or written, in all matters relating to Patents, Patent Law and Inventions. Reference*:—Hon. M. D. Lcggstl, Ex . CamminioDer of Patent*, Cleveland, Ohio ■ •,"• ?, Kxq-.Sec’y National Orange, Louisville, Ky., and tho Ministers of Foreign Legation* at Washington, D. C. •WrScnd stump for our “Guide far Ob taining Patents. ’’ a hank of fa) pages. Address, LOUIS BAGGER A CO., Solicitors of Patents, Washington, I>. C. feb 12 TO ERR IS HUMAN. BUT foiling to call before purchasing else where and examining the Stock of FURNITURE AND STOVES, at IRA E. CROUSE’S, is - -B. disregard of your own inter- dgEjHx that is wholly inexcusable. Haying had a long experience in theWßi| business, he now flatters himself that hTcon always exhibit to those wishing to purchase any. article, m ■>> Bnc, a stock not excelled in variety and quality by any other establishment in the county, and his nrices are guaranteed not to exceed those of Baltimore city, or any other place in the State. ’ J IUT Don’t niistake the place, one hundred ynrda east of the Railroad, on Main street, th * new c “ ,hoiic may 2) BOOT and SHOE FINDINGS AND BOOT AND SHOE MAKING. r PIIE subscriber wishes to inform the pub- Phil,i C i g ? • er *! f tI T he h “ "Birned from *o h .ek d .Ki'“ "l-j* * rß ° an ‘ l *" selected r 8 Krench an<l fo ' “ lf Skl " 1 •" White and Hemlock Sole Leather, which he wilt sell by the side or pound. Ho will also continue to manufac ture Custom-Made Boot* and Shoes of the best workmanship. Repairing done promptly workmanlike manner. ‘ ’ I bankfnl fur past favors ho rci,cclfolly so licita a conlmunncc of the public patronage at his old stand, next door to wills’ Drog Store, neatly opposite the Catholic Church * J*" 9 HUGH DOYLE Thoroughbred Alderney Cattle COWS. HEIFERS. ALSO I heifer and BULL CALVES, SOUTH DOWN SHEEP, BERKSHIRE PIGS. For aala at Clover Hill Stock Farm, Finks j burg, Carroll county, Md. feb 8-tf LEWIS H COLE I LIGHT! LIGHT 11 LIGHT!!! Q.EHMAN STUDENT, House Patent, Safely^o!™ I a(^ 00 x P*“ ,l,e I-mnu*. Alta feb 12-la E. K. OERNAND'S, TO THE PEOPLE i OF Westminster, A Ml CARROLL COUNTY! ! Strasbnrger A Soil’s | GRAND OPENING OP pioltti!| 'IITK most cordially invite the citizens of j ' T T Westminster ami the people of Carroll j > ' county in general, to cull ami examine our large ami well assorted stork of ! MEN’S, I YOUTHS’, BOYS’ sue! CHILDREN'S CLOTHING! Comprising every variety of STYLES AND PATTERNS, ’ which we are now prepared to sell : At Prices to Suit the Times, and less then they can be liought in any Home in the city. Viz : Children's Suit* from $8 to s'. Boys’ Suits from $5 to SB. Youths' Suits from fff to $lO. Men’s Cassimcre Suits from $lO to $lB. Men’s Black Dress Suits from sls to SB6. All Goods guaranteed thoroughly sponged. An early call is respectfully solicited. STKASBUROER A SON, Square Dealing Clothing House, Corner Front and Gay Street, april IVIy Bikini Wf, lid. TO CORN GROWERS I! J. J. TURNER & GO'S. Ammoiiiated Bone Snper-Phosphate! ANALYSIS : Ammonia 3.30 Soluble Phosphate of Lime agjoi Bone Phosphate of Lime 8 If, l ,otoh 07 COMPOSED of the niost concentrated mu tcrinU, it i. richer in Ammonia und Sol uble Phosphate* than any other Fertiliser sold, except our “Excelsior,” and is made with the same care and supervision; uniform Quality guaranteed i in excellent order for drilling. PH ICE $45 PEU TON. J. J. TURNER A CO., ~ , 4- Pratt St., Baltimore, hor sale by, E. S. STOUFFEK, mar 1 DBm Westminster, Md. litt’s !! ,**T**v*****i**T,*u ******** :*** i.tco'3^ *•* V E Q E T A T 0 11 ** * BALTIMORE *>■’ •a £.*• 100 a** a* ' H V3S3SS' The Mill Fertilizer of The Worll EASILY DRILLED ALWAYS UNIFORM. I OBSERVE the BRAND. W. Whitelook & Co., \ No. 44 South Street, 1 ap IM. BaUimorP ’ Md ’ 1 E. K. GERNAND WESTMINSTER, MD. I>KALKH IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, 1 CARPETS, • House Furnishing Goods i QUEENSWARE, Building and Cabinet Hardware WINDOW GLASS, LAMPS, PAINTS, OILS, , STATIONERY, DHIJQS, a uockhiks, ay. aprl'l'm* *° W ** loWMt C “ h Pnc _ _ I To Corn Growers St Others. 1 ROBERT TURNER & SON. AMMONIA TED “ CLIMAX” POUDRETTE I ANALYSIS : Turner*. Climax** Poudrette Contain, in one Too 40 lb.. Ammonia Contain, in on. Ton fiO lb.. Phcphoric Add’ Contain, in on. Ton 40 11m, Pot„b, d ’ Composed of Night Soil. The Pho.plmte “ if; 1 '"! e T‘ ,t ; ient ' “• re rt “ di| ) r liable B.U • ; J , e Ammonia, combined with' Sulphuric Acid, i, particularly active. pri ee sfe pH(.SPH^ M °.^ ATEI) B °NK ANU OROUND ROBERT TURNER k SON, . ..„ 48 Booth Frederiek Street, f ap 16*2m Baltimore, Md. E. LYNCH, Agent, Westminster. c - .. a ©ire# ’ C ' *i x* Ml ” £y ' “' 6 , d ap 15 „ Miller (c Lindsais I*OI*UI.AR DRYGOODS AX II ' NOTION STOKE,, WESTMINSTER, Md, ' WK’i.nVrlng rxlntorilimirjf i„j and persona m want of Pam^ " I NIK It DRY OIIOIWAND IS will do well to give n, .. call l - .f„f ) [ ll ’ , their purchases. Our stock i, | 0 plcle. embracing all the feJX 1 * thi* season in <r Ladies’ Dress (loods.Men's & Boys’ll Ac., Ac. tnr Saliifaction guanniUaJ Clinically sulictil your patmnave ’ hole agents ' In thia county for the aule of E It <'o* celebrated Pat tarn, of (J,„ m die. Misses and Children. £2'?* *U nation is solicited. .1* **a octHtMf TO THE PUBLIC! ; rinii; undcraigned would moat X inform the public that they | u „ 'f ; chased the entire slock of J,| J | Son, on Main Street, Wc*tmi,mir,w * he v will continue the buainca. a> hew < and have constantly on hand and „ , - order FURNITURE,PR Repairing, Upholstering, 4c., fc ! done at ihe shortest notice. Reins i Cabinet Maker., and having ha.l aevcndw!? i experience, are confident that weeanriml I all order, entrusted to us at price, reiJ? | the lowest profit. Special young housekeepers. Also will keep constantly on hand a j | the latest and most improved styles COFFINS AND CASKETS, which will ho furnished at the shorted and funerals served. All work guaranteed to give satisW and ot the lowest prices. A call i f fully solicited toexaaineour stockandoZ before purchasing elsewhere. m SAMUEL V. BANKERT m.rl.3m WIU IAM " P ° Wl *’ BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR Girls and Young Children WESTMINSTER, MIL, 30 miles from Baltimore, on Western K Railroad. Number of Boarding Pupil, to twelve. TERMS si*,% PER SKSSIOS. For Circulars address MIS.S TILfJHMA.V, Westminster. Mi oScvsastec ss t Finns, m ls_i Flit jjjjjwji CHESTER LION WILL begin the season on the loth V April and end on the Ist ofJob. menemgat the subscriber’s stable, Llm Street, \\ estmmster, on Monday, Wednoils and Saturday of every other week, ihe W ance of the lime he will he taken around Ik country. Tkkus ; si; to insure; fl f„ r the msx to be paid at the end of the season: s3far the single service, cash. Any person nsitig with an insured mare will be held resposalk for Ihe insurance. Care will 1,,- takes, ta no responsibility for accidents. Chester Lion is a beautiful bay, 174 hank high, li yeurs old, and weighs l.’isi polish, JEREMIAH 1,. BUCKET. apr l-3m . onn WESTERN MARYLAND COIM FOR STUDENTS OF BOTH SEX IS. In Separate Department*, hack having a Full Corpn of Intlrvdm The Fifteenth Semi-Annual Son* begins SEPTEMBER It, 1876. fcF" hor Catalogue, containing full infer mation, os to Coume of .Study, Term*, It. address J. T. WARD, D. D. PHtsinirr, July 10-tf HWtafasto', Ml UTOCK FEEDERS. LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! e i i Hm ? ow msnufacturinf a Feed Cutter U fodder, hay or straw, that is superior to ui other cutler ever invented. It cut* crushes the fodder, putting the stalk intend ? c ® n<,lt ' on thl ttle wifi eat all up. Tke I fodder after being cutpasses through acruske thus making the hard corn ptalk as softsitk blade; while all other cutters leave the stalk in short hard pieces, and the chewing of hard pieces by your stock produces sore month which, instead of a benefit to your stock.* an injury. 1 claim this machine to liesupcn* to all others. To satisfy yourselves feeder of stock and farmers generally, are respect^ l ly invited to call and see this Cutler A tW* to be found at the foundry, near dei>ot Wrf ern Maryland Railroad. . f , K. WAOONEIi, tanlitf Successor to Wagoner A Matthew*. SHAKER’S Gennine Flower and Yejelai Sdi ALWAYS RELIABLE. AT • E. K. GEHNAND’S, feb l‘2-3in Wkvtuiv.tkk, Mu buy BKIOOB St BRO S. FLOWER AND GARDEN SEEDS' THE BEST IN THE WORLD! ALL SEEDS GUARANTEED! i’B and Dealers can he P”®d and a liberal eoinmissionallow*** All Seeds not sold can be returned. Samp** boxes and circulars furnished. . , H. HA INKS, General Agent* _fcb 2tt tf Westminster, NOTICE. Having failed to close ott MY STOCK OF Wall Paper St Window Shade* at ihe time deaignated, I still continue to •ell at Oreatly Reduced Price., •WALL GOODS IN MY LINK.*4* WILLIAM COON. _ ar ll*tf Westminster, Md, WAGON FOB SALE. THE running gear uf a .trong, new '*•• Horae Wagon will be sold low for H* <h. It i( built of the very bet uiaten* 1, and by a good mechanic. Any one wishiof a wagon will i.leaw call on the .übucrihcr, oiw fourth of a mile mirth of Smelter's mill u to* ™d loading from Now Windsor to Union town turnpike. -.*? ’ JAS. W. LANfI c. W. WEBSTER W*LL POST BILLS, delivery in"* •V , and packages throughout to* Gtave order, at the New.poiior Ofij" or Stora.. Kate, moderate. t l “

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