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News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1885, Frederick, Maryland THE NEWS. SPECIAL I9T1CES. JTREDERICK, MD.. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13, 1885T FHEDEKICt four CHVAF APPLB8 of br the or for cheap at MUUM A Ko. K- Markec street. FMdMfek. MC. P. 0 aittte of dried fruit ntiiij________________ CKAZT QCILTS. Priw 3D -------------ek're- forMlebjr M. K. Fallon, iMreM. FOB Right of the King fttep ladder. GUI be bought low. Korpirnc- Kiiuc. iS KMI Th rt st at H. T. i-lxa- flaett wolf rob" ex er ______" which will raffled off. 8TK AT 10 AW AT.-A Maltese cat. with ali( ear. to tho of A liberal ruward will belaid if the- Boiler Will ivtura him to Xo. South Market At reel. KKTA1U OOCSTT rmoDcca. -U choice, per head............ Potatoes. Iri-h. per bushel........... sweet, Butter. ft........................ 30 i-n -d. rer tt. _ Com. Cherries. per qt per pk Celery, per bunch Turi-eys, JroSBod. perfc ...................Ufi r- ...................10 D.icks. Pork. -bou apiece Men pt-r3b___ 15 15 11 -Br April IM. a house for small Otttnl location prafered. Call or Maw A G BRAT BAKGAIJT.-MU will buy a neat Uttto houMt and lot (nearly The bouse fotii good two pantrioo, a cellar and a hydrant In the yard. The lot is 30 foot front jjy ISO deep, well ut choice fruit ireoa. Tata a food invuttateat and will pay 14 per cent, only fSW balance ia Ire for information inquire at office. jlOdlw- A cold watch betweea >tore and the rink, or the rink and the Green Houne. oa Thursday night. Please return to office and name the re- ward. _ VRE8K FISH AWD OYSTERS. Michigan Sbetbrook tweet potatoes. at A. L. KUae'a. near xjuare. JSdlw- CEUEALS. Bolter Flour, per bbl______ KaoiHy _____. Extra _ Lancaster wheat.........._____ s arrived and for .ale low. One carload of all rarsetle-i. All in want, at M. Wallimr-fc. Frederick. Md. SOMJBTHINO NBVr.-Bubber boots and half-eoied and rubbersoles put on leather and sboea aeatlyand promptly by Henry Scott. Iceatreet. JTdlw. Com, "ITZ Timothy Clover 4 J Apples, per bbl....._............___ Oranges, per dozen....._.......___ Lemotis. Cocoanutg, ap" per Cranberries, Me ATS. Best beef roasts, per ft_______ boiling beef. Veal roaaw, _ __ Pork. 2SjO 0> 10 10 GOLOKX TISGB FLOti like it in the market UK aold RrerrbodyiapieMedwithlt Gronre Brust "A far W. Patrick itreet. Telephone call 100 at 0. Bentf BBMtwitBaTir yo-i want tbe beat cshell Ojners in the market. oaT-dtf. am now prepared to nerve .tyle in a fint-ebra oiaii- Pamlilw by pUt. quart 01 J. JC. aiiappatd. Cmn mt. Fredericl( Roller Open Day and Evening. Special Attractions This Week. Tueeday Night. January 13th. A. JEIABC HA.CE, to Wednesday Night. January lith. Mcond dasit of 03VOE MILU Tor GOLD MEDAL and CHABPIORSHIPef FREDERICK COUNTY. TkitnOar. Friday and Saturday Klg-hu, Jan- uary I5th. Jfith and 17th. THE MIpGETS. Fot HUTonnatloQ concerning theae wonders All for races mtut be made at the office before 7 p.m. of the day'on which. taaw place, The Frederick Cornet Band tn overy erenlng. Skates for sale at the Rink. Price, ADMISSION: Morning 10 cento. Afternoon 15 cents. Even- ilur cents. Skatee 10 cents extra. Coapon AdmlMton Tickets (not ttmnsfewble) atx admiSBiona, 75 cents Pudding. Baltimore Stock Market. [By telegraph to General National Bank. 12 m. call.] January 13 O. B. 4's tt! currency Maryland Eieropt. fi's Hospital 6's AsylumS's -Vs Virginia Consul 6's. 2Series 6's M.40 Coosol Coupon ____ Baltimore City. ISM. tn. or 1SS8. exempt B's, 1900. in. or. 136k' 6-8.1902, 129 110 .Vs, Keb 114 191S, M A N 125 J Je J us 1st preferred. Washington Branch _ Northern Central Western Maryland 14 Central Ohio, common so Preferred B. O. ha" been Aim Adlums lof; this List week fur Yirgiiiia where Hie will in the future make Shores died at hit residence Ji-f- fert-un night at S o'clock. Hi-; leuiains wore ia- terrtd in the Lutheran cemetery. Friday Marttnrot B. Seltlenieyer Whin, this p'atv. are vi.-iiitig and friends in houso and lot in this place occupied bv Ella Eifaerday will be sold at public sale on S-iturdiy, Jan. 17th. at '2 o'clock p. Elizabeth Feaster, widow of the lute D.iniel Fe.tster, is visiting relatives iu Jeiferson and vi- and Mr. and Hi Maud i.oar tlu- ve A William auj uf tliau lire ue a (anu fruai 1'alriirra TowiuOiip, Knox wuuiv, Mr. Mauidva in a guud iu all life }las to a f warkwd farm- i> a witk all fah- of the windUm pattrrn. l, Mr. and Mrs. affinu M haunl- Mrs. first U-cjiue awara o( th? 'i'vruatunsi clutracivr x.-Liii- old uflnir dart, agu brr mas attracted by a fron >jcfi u nature an i< usually wbvtl H-iuu; ilruwu Mr. Ms.Mcn anJ wlut Tiie lawly was not, and day aud water in :if HI..-I is Slaughtering the Cadets. WASHINGTON, Jan. considerable surprise over the result ot the semi-annual examination at the We-t Point military academy just ended. A Newsborg dispatch to the New York San says: A large number failed to pass. Five were sent back from third to the fourth class, and tie fourth class lost a quarter of its whole membership. The small one, having first class is a only thirty-nine BAVXAH MORE ACAIMKMT. Jhei DiocMn School for Girls. Founded in- careful training- and Uic reflo ttfr of a Christian home, j. RICH. A. jr. ar. D_ Keisterstown, Md. fl sewgpmpcn In the best manner, at lowest By L. JEFF KH-BOURSE CO., Baltimore. Md. AROAINS FOR THE We have yet a few very desirable coiors ID Silk Velvets, also plain and brocaded (the latter is ciqujsite for tbe short soring now becoming so popular.) which we sBMi offer at real banrdins to close; as also desirable piaid piaJn wool dress plush and wool orna- menui.loops. at astonishing reduc- JTtntiitnuy, DEXTIST, No. 33 North Market Street, felfertf tad an airency for tbe bwt book out. grandly. tree. rLu. members. The second class stood the ordeal well. It numbers82 members, derTput 'r' Murderous Affray on a Car. LOUISVILLE, KY., Jan. Jackson, conductor, and James Wil- son, brakeman of a freight train on the Louisville and Lexington Kail- road, were taken to their boarding- house in Louisville on Friday even- 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 mil.-a an hour. Jackson was traveling to .Louisville from Lexington with his train, when he and Wilson quar- reled over a woman in the caboose. The men were about to come to blows when a proposition was made to fight a duel on top of the caboose with bowie knives, with which both men were armed. No sooner was proposition made than it was accepted and, drawing their weapons, the men climbed to the top of the car. The other employees on the train gathered around to witness the combat. The train WAS whirling along at a lively rate between Christiansburg and Lou- isville when the men announced them- selves ready for battle. They rushed upon each other and .closed wilh each other. Blood trickled from the knife blade and bespattered the roof of the car. The train sped along, and the men separated once when the signal was given that the train was to pass under a bridge. They renewed the fight after the bridge had been passed. Both men were badly hacked, and the train men, dreading to witness a Mrs. Cornelius Cochran home from Mar- tinsburg last C. Shaff hurf torn dawn the old house re- cently bought by hiiu iu this place. Ho contemplates building a ne'.r one on the same eiie and thti's improving our little town a great son T. Thomas, hno been awnrdedjthe contract to the mail between I I see with my own Frederick city and Jefferson for the next four Lor.ine Lisen- ring, of Lu'herville, isagufst in the family of George T. Whip, person whom your reporter has coii- suited concerning the change made in THE NEWS neetn to be" delighted with protracted meeting was begun last night in the Lutheran Church
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