Get 1 more page view just for Liking us on Facebook
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
News (Newspaper) - April 14, 1885, Frederick, Maryland THE VOL. No. NEWS The Finest I FREDERICK, MD, TUESDAYEVENING. APRIL -AS WELL AS- Cheap SPECUL MOTICCS. J UP GOES THE PRICE OF WHEAT. Four less published under this head for 25 per week. Pro- portionate rates for advertisements FOR HoSstein cow with fourth ca t by her tide. For further p.ficu- larcioquire at this office. POSTS AXDHAIL3 wanting pos'.s and can A-Iam Uulan i' Corner North Market and Fifth stntts' free. Within the past few days we have added to our already large and well se- lected stock of Job Type, several hundred dollars worth of the dis- play and job letters made, and for the finest work we have now arranged'a Dew schedule of prices for Kinds of Printing! A full line of samples and a complete list of reduced prices can be seen at our office. We here append A FEW PRICES For single thousand and inthe usual quantities. Those marked with a are for single thousand and those with a dagger are for usual quantities ShiPPinS per 1000 Big Circulars.............................................. 1 00 (t) Best Billheads 6's (six 4's (fourteen (f) Fair 6's f Leading Merchants are -rr4! grade. J ...............2.09 (t) Best Letter Heads............................................ 250 AUerne.r NEWS office, a FOR Dwellicu; on East Patrick street. Large rarJon, Fruit 4tc. Apply toB FJIrown Jc aprbdtf. J-_r._Reynolds Xo. 3. G. A. H are Post's jfon- Another Boom in the Market. -Prospects of _ Further Rise. CHICAGO, April grain markets were excited and buovant t his morning. Speculators discovered signs of war in the fluctuations of English consols aud the wheat mar- ket rose two over the closing prices of Saturday, the first sales being made at 9-Jj'for May. Subse- quently there was further rally to 91, but prices broke to 901, and are opening fig FOR SA A Lure lot of for very cheap lemons, oran timpHr dried fruits it Milton A. Wood wan! No 4 N Market Fre-Je. ick. Md. man wii aprlldtw clerk by a ye-inexperience in nier. ha TWO ELEGANT a Kemleraan and his wife and two sniffle at No. 163 West Patrick street. Frederick __ __ FORSALE.-A quantity of nw and A rs tor sale chop. X. Market street. J. seen at ffi (T) Isote Heads i c, J.. 2.00 NOTrCE.-I hare opened the store lately i-arried on by Joseph Groff. 11 K. Patrick with flue stock of Corn. Feed. Groceries and General Asrc-nt for "My Ou. en" roUer flour. K. I. Lewis. HECEIVEn.-l.OOO Tube Hoses and E. South street. aprlOlw _. Quality Business Envelopes................................225 Same Envelopes in ten thousand 50 Much cheaper in larger quantities. We are manufacturers agents for every style and grade of Envelopes and can furnish an unprinted envel- ope at as lo-sr as sutv cents per thousand and will print business cards on same at r Thirteen Oents per- in quantities. We make a specialty of "WEDDING INVITATIONS, CHROMO CARDS AND ADVERTISING NOVELTIES! and can show several hundred new and unique styles at prices ranging from per thousand up. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. It -will pay you to favor us, Respectfully. SCH-LEY DELAPLAINE, Keis Steam Job 8 and 10 Kortli Market Street, FREDERICK, MD. aprSd-tf TTANTED A SITU sec-ond mill- er in a roi er mill by a ml of eight year? x- perience.bpthcuj.tora and frmduai reduction tni 'inp. Will take charge of a irood custom althi3 office. STIl.L ANOTHER.- J. K. Hoffman-Dear Sir: Everybody talked so much ab-mt your wonderful Hour that I concluded to eive it a wh- i. lts Poo Qualititr which I ftel sun.- it never will. Lewis lonson now 6.30 p. the _ ures again. Private cable advice are ve-y warlike in tone, aud it is predicted that war will be declared by England within the next two days, witli the possibility that the question may be brought to a direct in the "House of Commons this evening. Outside the orders came iu freely, accompanied in numerous in- stances by more bad crop reports, as the result of the freezing weather of the past 4S hours, but the Afghan war cloud overshadowed all other contingencies, and the trading was based almost solely upon the issue between Russia and England. NEW YORK, April 13, 11 a. The wheat market opened feverish and somewhat excited due to a fur- ther decline in console. Pricea ad- vanced during the first half hour, leading to a fair degree of ac- tivity in options. PRICK TWO CENTS NEARINC THE END. Dominion on Hand to Crush Manitoba Rebellion. A CJu0 that CIRCUMSTANTIAL OENCC. April 13.-A report from Oen. Midd etou n that his force wiiLm oU milea of tlumbol Jt and tuitkiug Kood pro- r May of RICHHOKD. VA., April r who have been in Kima aaJ grew. It will take four or nve Queen county, Virginia, 10 reach the Saskatchewan. The halt- i that have are known to be on the of the but uu trouble is ipated, at it-act uutii liie crow- ing is reached. The rumor that current in Winnipeg that there had been that a number of eugagemeut and the Witi rifles hat Slftlnga. Oorrespoodtnco of News. April Monday afternoon, a three year old child of Mr. Vahutine a great nuafortuue by buruitiji very severel. Ti-e mother been killed, has ascertained 10 be uutrue. Col. Otter is with the en Own B battery, owiit Current stauoii. He or- ders that if boata are not reaUv to go down the river when he reaches the baskatc-hewan, ue cliall proceed straight prairie to iUttk- ford. Gen. Strange start for Calgarry on Tuesday or Wednesday for Edmonton with a force of infantry and mounted ecouts. from Biiulelbrd say the garrison has plenty of provisions, but IB anxious y await- ing help. The ice is ruauiug in the >iorth both at Battle- lord aud Prince Albert, and boaU will be free to move iu a day or two. Col. O'Brien's battalion of 360 men left Winnipeg for Qu'Appelle last night, aud the batuiion from Quebec arrived. The Midland bat- talion is expected to pass Port Arthur to-morrow and reach here Tuesday. testimony identifying with much tuinty the watch-key found near in Richmond, Va.; 4f. Fannie death, bavtag belonged to CluveriuK. If poiat is .bhfihed it will show (hat Chi. vcnuK h-d been meide rwerrou- ground, presumably on night death, that the key WM torn from his watch c-haio, in all probability, in a (struggle with The aluo that will testify to the that his ha wvre ba.lly Bcratcbed on March Htfc. It in not known whether the has miide a microecrupic for human cuticle under the ..T nails. Evidence baa lound in King and Queen county that Claverius in Kichm-ind on day of thegirlV death. HOME SWEET HOWE. A Cynotaph Erected to Memory cf Author In Tunis. Mr. W. W. Corcoran ban pot nemorial monnument over the empty tomb of John Howard Payne, in UM cemetery of St. George, at Turn. When Mr. Corcoran heard of the dm- appoinhnent felt bv the rri X j v JL t iitu; UCt left the little boy playinc on the floor -ose situate-1 West Patrick street, now in the i of K. A. Hascr. Esq., will be for r from and after April 1st, 1885. C. C. Smith. jSldtf. WORTH HAVING Brown Lt-Rhi.rn -EeeslSfor SOcf-nts. D. F. Smith No Market street, Fn-deriek. mSldUm. FOK RENT.-A finely situa'ed and commo- uiou" .Iwellinsr r-n South Market street AH -nvenitnces. Apply to C- C. Carty. FOR RENT.-T-iro new houses at i month on the north side of West Patrick Street. Press brick fronts and marble sills. These are built In the latest style. Sii rooms in each hou5e. Six norns in eack boase. Front rooms with J football tenreen parlor and rtlnlng- room Dinin? rooms 11x14: kitchens Ui20. All irivate. Gas and fixtures in every room. Water n each kitchen and good dry cellars and lards all paved with bricks, and one hundred and" uty feet of garden, as pood as yon will find in t rertertck. house. For information in- qture for Geo. D. .Moore, or Jas. E. Siaup FOR RENT.-Stone barn and five-acre field c-itv. Enquire at Tmkle's shoe store. unsur- passed, salary and expenses paid, stock com- pl-te. including many raluabte and fast sell- ing specialties. No experience required, out- fits free. Address at once. Brown Brothers s Boot and Shoe House, We have just received the largest assortment of Men's, Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes and fancy for ibis season, that "was ever !n this market, and our prices are re- markably low. Yon Trill be astonished to see our Fine One Dollar shoe in Men's and women. either button or lace. "This is the best shoe sold m this city for the money. Our line of shoes was selected this season to suit every body style and prices. we are aiso acent lor i MORROW'S CELEBRATED SHOES, Bvprj- pair v-arranted to give satisfaction or money IT It will be to your own interes' tocall and ex- amine cur line of and look at our low prices before buying oisewhcrc. Alsoour line j of Ready-Made Clothing is cow for this SC3SOT3 and our prices are lower than th" lowest ia :he city. forget the place. j B- ROSEXOUR'S Clothing, Boot and Shoe House, 39. 41 43 X. Warfcet St. ,r KKCHAST TAILORING. e in stock JTurferymen, Kochester, paper. arae this ,-OK second house in Carlln's iSJ.'S; W- Church street. Appiy at City HoteL rzStf. tKESH am now prepared to serve Fresh Oysiers in every style in a manner. Families suiplted bv the pint. o.r gullon. J. K. Sheppard, Court stn-et. ________ rsrrm TOU AI.L LARGEST LINE 10. 53 EAST PATRICK STREET, and stall 3 in the market. our mcallj larroitock of BEEF, MUTTON, LAMB AND VEAL, PORK, PUDDING SAUSAGE, with some paper, while she went up stairs. She was abeeut but a when, hearing the ch M c.ill, she ran down, aud found him envel- oped in flames. With presence ol uiind, adequate to the emergency she succeeded in smothering the thereby her child froui u horrible death. He had gonelo the BttTeVith paper, and by some meai-s his clothing caught on tire. His 3-ah was eo badly burned that he present- ed a pitiable sight to look upon. Eor several days he suffered terribly, Out at present he is improving, under the treatment of Dr. (J. L. Wachtar, and in a fair way to I Tuesday inoraiug John Flaugber, a I young man about 19 years ot'age.who has been ia feeble health ior some- time, was taken with a spasm. Dr. Wacbter was called and at present the patient is small child of Mr. T. A. Waatler baa very ill for several werks; also quite a number of other chilJren are com- plainmg from colds, whooping cough child of Mr. Charles JDutrow, of Blue Ridge Summit, was brought to this place on Thursday, and in- terred ia the Rr formed Cemetery. Services were conducted the house by Rev. Wire of Our new cabinet maker, Mr. Churlc-s Hess arrived on Tuesday and com- menced work. He is an indus'-rioae and enterprising young mau, and we betpeak for him much Wm. Moorehead of this piace, haese- cured ;i position as clerk in the store of Mr. Albert Lantz. at Rev. A. B. Stouer, has entered upon his labors on this charge, and will preach in the Reformed" Church ou Sunday April ai 10 -i. Joha Smith, who has bt-tn ;i ii-'a. nenrv <_i. rnnUeiK Central aiul gh liailruail U iii. F. iSiira-, i'lVMdciit W. Va' Mr. lion T. Haruwu
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.