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News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1885, Frederick, Maryland THE SPECIAL TUESDAY JANUARY 13, 1885T four of br the or for cheap at A P. 0 of dried fruit 3D M. K. FOB Right of the King GUI be bought iS KMI Th rt st at H. T. wolf ex er which will raffled off. 8TK AT 10 AW Maltese with to tho of A liberal ruward will belaid if Boiler Will him to South Market At -U per per 30 rer Com. per qt per pk per bunch apiece Men 15 15 11 April a house for small location Call or Maw A G BRAT will buy a neat and lot The bouse good two a cellar and a hydrant In the The lot is 30 foot front ISO well ut choice fruit Tata a food and will pay 14 per only fSW balance ia Ire for information inquire at A cold watch and the or the rink and the Green oa Thursday Please return to office and name the re- FISH AWD Michigan tweet at A. L. near Bolter per Extra Lancaster s arrived and for One carload of all All in at M. Md. boots and and put on leather and promptly by Henry Timothy Clover 4 J per per per Me Best beef per boiling Veal 2SjO 0> 10 10 FLOti like it in the market UK aold Brust far W. Patrick Telephone call 100 at 0. want tbe beat in the am now prepared to nerve in a by quart 01 J. Cmn mt. Roller Open Day and Special Attractions This January 13th. A. to Wednesday January dasit of 03VOE MILU Tor GOLD MEDAL and FREDERICK Friday and Saturday uary and 17th. THE Fot concerning theae wonders All for races be made at the office before 7 p.m. of the The Frederick Cornet Band tn overy Skates for sale at the Morning 10 Afternoon 15 10 cents Tickets atx 75 cents Baltimore Stock telegraph to General National 12 m. January 13 O. B. 4's currency Maryland fi's Hospital 6's Virginia Consul 6's. 2Series 6's Coupon Baltimore tn. or 1SS8. exempt 1900. in. 136k' 6-8.1902, 129 110 Keb 114 191S, M A N 125 J Je J us 1st Washington Branch Northern Central Western Maryland 14 Central common so Preferred B. O. 1S85 Central Ohio 6's 107 Wash. 1st. Ws 99 58% 3d. 3'3 30 1st 2d Div GRANT AND The Millionaire t Liberal Offer t January interesting correspondence Las taken pUce between Mr. H. and Gen. and Mrs. Grant ing the loan of Mr. bilt to the On Saturday Mr. wrote to Mrs re- the circumstances of the 000 ioan and the steps by which the Grant trophies medals and memorials came into Lis sion in payment the tinal steps having been taken OM Mr. theu present to you as your separate estate the debt and judgment I hold against Gen. also the gages upon his real and all tbe household furniture and coupled only with the tion that the gifts from the United and from foreign and all articles of cal and at the general's if you desire be to the at On the eaaie diy Gen. for his wrote to Mr. declining to accept the mortgages on the real but accepting the other portion of his proposition as to the from foreign this matter you have anticipated the disposition which I had contemplated making of the They will be delivered to the as soon as arrangements can be made for their Papers relating to all other property will be with the request that you have it soid and the applied to the liquidation of the debt which I so owe On Sunday Mr. another proposition regarding the real as in- sist that I shall not be in a purpose to which I have given so much thought and which I have BO much at I as fast as the money is received from the sales of tbe real estate deposit it in the Union Trust tbe money realized I will at once create with that company a trust of IS. PRICK ONE CEN in bonds of holy Tues Jan. 6th; ano prayer of their fr and who their friends hare t. their home ia this A. has to his Louie iu shading visaing ou iu He hid absent from here about five IA quite having been by C. L liter 10 her A son of also in a critical by Mrs. who has very ill for is to A. B. Sinner of an able d it course to tbe Jan. 6th, Considering y of the and thr MY for TMK N olo Sun hi of Mv to to All i ut Soi a ifh mv I a XoT I r For Star of inv After i the the condition of the BAD Bat and Nutritious will be produced if yon celebrated Patent Process Roller This Hour Is to produce nutritious bread and roUj nd the C. 1C. Dealer to all of Country and BOS 198 K. from 9 Afternoon from to S. from 7 to THE following numbers of entitling the holders to a watch in the Idea Cigar Store Watch yet remain to called 721-A, 748 93-B, 823-B, 773-C, 9O4 Persons holding the abore numbers will confer a favor on the proprietor by calling for the The old store room known as Store for Kore Fifty REFITTED with aew front finished and all with dry will be for rent from 1st of April Apply on the The abore reward will be paid for tbe ft of bugar nearly ana part of a set of double carriage from my carriage house near Sew JOHJi T. company a with proper provisions for the income to be paid to Mrs. Grant during her and giving the power to her to make such disposition of the principal by her will as she may This proposition Gen. in a note finally accepts for his and with her but later in the day Mrs Grant herself writes to Mr. reflection I find that I cs I will not cept your -ence in any I beg that you wi 1 pardon this ent and consider this answer definite and was the mon was listened to with demonstrating the fact it was by hid following ia Brethren Sunday on Jan. 4ch. 10 serve the ensuing T z. K. A. Dr. L. Geo Al. E- U. Miss. Mr. has m tbe capacity of super for a and scares no pains to make the school a Fort Jefferson rue Jan. in front of of the oi L. O. been Aim this List week fur where Hie will in the future make Shores died at hit residence night at S wore in the Lutheran Friday B. this are and friends in houso and lot in this place occupied bv Ella will be sold at public sale on Jan. 17th. at o'clock p. Elizabeth widow of the lute is visiting relatives iu and and Mr. and Hi Maud ve A William auj uf lire ue a 1'alriirra Knox Mr. in a iu all life to a f a witk all of the windUm Mr. and Mrs. M Mrs. first awara old agu brr mas attracted by a fron u nature an usually Mr. anJ Tiie lawly was and day aud water in is Slaughtering the Jan. considerable surprise over the result ot the semi-annual examination at the Point military academy just A dispatch to the New York San A large number failed to Five were sent back from third to the fourth and tie fourth class lost a quarter of its whole The small having first class is a only thirty-nine MORE School for Founded in- careful and Uic ttfr of a Christian j. A. jr. Md. fl In the best at lowest By L. JEFF Md. FOR THE We have yet a few very desirable coiors ID Silk also plain and brocaded latter is for tbe short soring now becoming so which we offer at real to as also desirable wool dress plush and wool at astonishing No. 33 North Market tad an for tbe bwt book The second class stood the ordeal It Murderous Affray on a Jan. and James brakeman of a freight train on the Louisville and Lexington were taken to their house in Louisville on Friday ing suffering from wounds inflicted upon each other in a duel fought with bowie knives on top of while it was running at the rate of thirty an Jackson was traveling to from Lexington with his when he and Wilson over a woman in the The men were about to come to blows when a proposition was made to fight a duel on top of the caboose with bowie with which both men were No sooner was proposition made than it was accepted drawing their the men climbed to the top of the The other employees on the train gathered around to witness the The train WAS whirling along at a lively rate between Christiansburg and when the men announced selves ready for They rushed upon each other and wilh each Blood trickled from the knife blade and bespattered the roof of the The train sped and the men separated once when the signal was given that the train was to pass under a They renewed the fight after the bridge had been Both men were badly and the train dreading to witness a Mrs. Cornelius Cochran home from last C. Shaff hurf torn dawn the old house re- cently bought by iu this Ho contemplates building a one on the same and improving our little town a great son T. hno been contract to the mail between I I see with my own Frederick city and Jefferson for the next four of in the family of George T. person whom your reporter has suited concerning the change made in THE NEWS to delighted with protracted meeting was begun last night in the Lutheran Church will be continued a couple of holy will be administered in the theran Sunday morning Rev. Page will also have communion at the Methodist ant Church at- the eaaie people of Jefferson were glad to see J. L. Kiligore well enough to preach H. meyer yesterday morning preached in ihe Lutheran taking his Mrs. a the ami the ami the well that unknown the bucket had with A few Mr. drew for to As soon a- In- rattling of the He ihe was to that the bucket he luul full of water and gradually ascending the top of There HO doubting the fact that the was worked by He Lack to the auJ Both ure now telling the with all the of Mr. am not u in or thing of the but I cannot doubt what Their story to nnd the in the ity ure in a state of excitement over the strange Taffy for Mr. Mr. of has text from 2 in. day a team of horses belonging to and is the largest second class ever at the The sons of United States Senator in the third and of General of the adjutant general's office al in the fourth were among those who were found of man was also while young of Congressman Beach's passed The Ohio colored lads are doing of the third standing nineteen in a class of 70, and in the fourth being about midway in a class of 76 The English Press on the January ihe newspapers speak in a satirical ner of prudence in being absent irom his during fracas on The Times there be a grain of truth in lan's they would offer a cause to England for Kearney's It- has been a great hitherto that able Americans have not sufficiently realized what was transpiring in their Their eyes are now American law will short work of Rossa and his accomplices if heir guilt can be The time has certainly arrived to set the law in After Gen. Logan's January 12 special ten to the members of tbe roin his asking their sort in caae he concludes to seek nomination for United States Senator to succeed Gen. Jackson got the worst of the be- ing badly cut across the The Six Million The discussion before the District Commissioners on Saturday by the friends of the introduced by Mr. Jeffords at the last session Con- to define tbe duties and ties of the District of Columbia under certain executed ended with Mr. address to the No specific action was asked by the advocates of the from the fort simply being to quiet their fears as to the extent of the money to be drawn from the should the be passed in its present also to assure themselves that no tion would follow on the part of the to its They wish io be let The promised bat say they are not averse to the t of all claims for laborer material actually famished by contractors for District which have not been any there The verbal assurance of the advocates of the measure that not above would be required to cancel all gations under its provisions has no weight with the commissioners A RIcKety January ago one of the heavy stone brackets of the county portion of the house became affected by the frost i I from its with it a portion of the second cony of the Yesterday an- other weighing 25 barely missing a. The entire cornice is declared to be in an extremely dangerous Ezra Thomas ran Lee ington was kicked in the breast by one of the horses and ly The horses took fright at a p buggy driven by Miss Jotte and a colored Their horsa ran breaking the top off the The team was stopped by Nelson Stockman in Miss Fannie Castle of erick visiting the Misses Reported by HARRY Prohibition In January 12. Govenor Martin's coining message to the as regards will favor a constitutional con- vention to frawe a new state although the convention that nominated him declares against His grounds are that the fresh from the demands a convention and the governor does not feel at liberty to antagonize the people's wish plainly Not January In reference to the cubic dispatch from Liverpool the identify of the vessel it ig an and Kearney intended to biow up with the agents of the American line here that at the time mentioned tbe steamship Queen was this Tti vessel left this port on February 14th. and has not been here arrived at Liverpool on and then to between Liverpool and j the of that in securing the passage by the day of providing a criminal code for the District of hte has done his share toward the of an object that has been long sought for by every lawyer as well as by nearly every citizen of There M probably no city in America that is BO hampered by of the chaotic ntate of the statutes to which it subject M ia and if Mr. passes the Senate and a its author will receive the thanks of a grateful The C O. Canal The Baltimore American The wrangle between the papers is becoming ly One feature of the quarrel ia Tbe which defend the canal management admit that what hud been said about the appointment of the canal is mike bnt no and not one of them has yet coine out with an official giving ihe canal Hud To Purchase Janvary Tribune Rumors are current in railroad trunk lines (New York Erie and timore and have under a proposition for the chase of the West Shore on joint Greenfield Tr. e Jan. 10. From the way the blew Jast night there have been another horse leaving for this piace of the folks around here filled their ice and Items here are just about as scarce as the young The recent earthquake we had shook all the hair off of old ground the weather and jarred the glasses out of his spectacles The harp that plays fashion for tbe spring and summer be- ing The 5-j.rins bonnet wili be the no Tourists to Park next season encounter a western If they are wise A Descendant of W. Jan. Laura a and the surviving of General is dead aged 75 She was a. Lighter of Harriet who wn a of Her ther Andrew of A- mong other of General Washington Mrs. Shrewsbury was a gold presented him bv the of New Juvenile small including William whose parents live in East left their and started en a were armed with revolvers and with them a supply of They were last seen going across bridge their way A Preacher Paralyzed January Kennedy pastor of the street East Methodist was struck with paralysis while preaching Inst and in a critical men they will fake a upply oi the famous Dr. Bull's Cough To Oppose Don Some of tbe viv nre trying to persuade A. M. of to tha field aa a candidate for ihe U. S. Sen ite against He ia to decide to dav what he will Dr. health great Mood aod lira fe ILM
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