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   News (Newspaper) - April 17, 1885, Frederick, Maryland                                News. A ociAPLAiM, ItreauHierl 9O f WEEKLY NEWS, tkr c.ty. or T CemtxJ s- for SI .OO iw' tr.n f w.ih fiauvcataU to t  Ic Lwtien. 'OH INVESTORS ATTENTION! An exceptional! y opportunity to inv-st in the and St'icks or a new Gas Compa-" ny in an Kastprn City Having a population of 01 cr 100.000. The pian on which they offcr- Insures hand-Pine sutistantial works botlt on approved pian. Cnnipanjr will be inopcra ion ii s-xtv Liberal rooaire assured Anyone wishing to safely In- st f ro-n to SlO.wXi ihoa'd not miss this chance F. M. DELANO, 5 Beekman St.. N. Y. Prwcriptipn. This Remedy etanda to-day without riral, Kirce'.y a competitor in the world. ThousandB of throughoat the country have acknowledged their inability to cure it, and are aoir Dr. Leslie's Special Prescription for all eases of Sick HEADACHE IB either its nervous, bilious or congestive form, arising from obstruction1 or torpidity of the liver. When I that Dr. SPECIA.L Preemption will cure the moct obetinaU eaaeaof Siek Headache, I mean jud what I eiy, and that ic, that it not merely but POSITIVELY cores, co matter how long the case may have been standing. I have testimonials from persona who have been afflicted for twenty years, being confined to bed tiro or three days at time every two weeks, that have been permanently cored by two bottles of Dr. Leelie's Special Fin tainiM J.B. Thomas Son, NO. 20 WEST PART1CK ST. FREDERICK. MD. so that they hare not had an. attack for over five yean. If you are troubled with Sick Headache and to be CURED be and thii remedy a triaL PRICE fl.OO. B. B. ARCHER, Saratoga Springs, K. T. IV: ALE AXO PORTER soM in Fredcrck by J. K Sbeprard. Court A. Hasrv. fourtSt: Mty Hotel. W. Pat- rick St.: M E. W. Church St.; D cor Church and Market it it. waOLn. B W. p. Marraan. Market The Or-en House. Market St.. Groff X. MarketSf: PPUD- 'T.raina House "W. Patrick St.. Jiurn iKtrtiris S. Market St.: Sevr CcntrKl Hotel, and others. A.. C. Cor. W. Patrick and Telegraph FREDERICK, MO. .Telephone 172. '4 t f THE PRESIDENT is earnestly solic- ited by the Democrats of Virginia, Ohio and Oregon to break up the Re- poblican machines in those sections by turning out ihe Federal office- holders who are their positions for political This request is likely to commend itself to the ap- proval of the majority of thoughtful persons all over the country? who have long been disgusted with ma- chines and rings, and desire nothing more fervently than tbe overthrow cf the tosses, whether can cr Democratic, and the e-ubi.orn-'it of government of thepeop e. by tLe peo- f" pie, for the people in its and siEiDlicity. Practical3v f eyetem 33 cnlv reticle where the masses of the people fre and the intelligent ar-ath-t. Let tbe principle be :-b -h.t all machines and can te Constructed entirely of brass, they are re- and duraMe No rul-ber or leather BRroa to be eaten up by irat and Win never get out of order and warranted for ten yean. NOW IN SERVICE, The IT. S Gas Commission, ably supported by the tin.ted testimony of of the moct Intelligent scientists and best Informed extort authorities of both Europe and Amer- ica have demonstrated, by pnctici! sc'eruific and exhaustive tests That, in order to secure the maximum of light at the minimWB of cost, gas pressure should not exceeu m- tenibs of an inch at the burner. Any of pressure beyond tb'B is simpiy a waste c axs (nr diminishing volume and ity of Ujrht and mcrf-asmir expense in proport.on the is A practical demonstration of themachlmcaa be h ,d at any time at our office.No. 43 W. Pat- nek street, Frederick. F. O. THOMAS. Agent. T. W. Sollcitot J. Kunkel, P. Maubby, fcchler Delaplaine. Francis kell. ITJ ci.A.Tr, C. KKEH, PROPRIETOR OF THE. 182 North Marker WDIBICX, MD. Also all kinds of heavy hauiitur notice, such removing safes, etc. All orders promptly attended to leiedtf. Tito. c. Kmmx. pRA OTIOAI. OHKAP. DOT AND SHOE HALL, cn-i Shoes made to order. Tirn-elaat ntx! s. E- guaranteed, i 8PB01AT.TT. 'We, the of Peter Je sale, THIRTY Ni 1. n< scent- for olTerat iT.OlNG LOTS, i and ALL COAL UNDER COVER. B. F. Brown Son. CfiLY THE FIIEST QUALITIES OF COIL WOOD SAWED AND IK .THB STICK. BALED AND LOOSE HAY. Coal Dry and Well Screened at All Times. Orders promptly filled. Telephone connec- tion with all paru of the city and oounty. M KS. THO34AS T. SCTTOX -FLORIST- HABKET STREET, OPPOSITE CITT HAIJL, Branch of 233 Madison Ave.. Baltimore. Wedding Bouquets and Table Decorations a Specialty. Funeral Flowers of all Descriptions. Pot Plants of all Kindest Seasonable Prices. Oi'lers Promptly Attended To. THDK FDBI.IO. Tour patronage fftutt O FECIAI. ATTKACTIOX Frederick Colored Rink. WEST FOURTH STREET. Jenkins' Comet Band Will Be In Attendance. ADMISSION: Afternoon 10 cents Evening-15 cents. Skates 10 ertm. Coupon Adini'sion tickets (not trarcferable) containing sir admissions, 65 After sixteen yeari of faeceasfnl experience in llTery busineM, I oome to the front with flner and a larger amount of of different Jdnds, and la fact BTBBTTHEfO IN WAT OF MVBBT than' can be found In Western Maryland. I mean Jost what I say, and public M come and examine for themselves. a H.MRA1BT. jelMtf A. T. KICK. T. P. KICK. D. S. KICK. A. T. RICE i hoow IM ai nf I iii< in fihTrty aaalnrt. alt JKSZ IHT am at U Wao ftttt S wttbia with Ana ____ Ad.Cl.aa Thfe fanaa ta fct Kaw P oT tt 1-1 aoet, hamfaomdy 8 acne In la LtwiMowo dMrtet. atoly tm- d. JWoft, nroTcd. t-rioo tlOO land, w f3.SUII. acna bad with IB tU MTU of diMrict, iek. Uaaoeaaf Und in New Vadcet district, im- proved. Price. f7i per acre. OH acraa in Urtuna diottiet, improred. Meat Mount Plaaaact diatrfct, LcDpcorvd. H, UO. US acre- in New Market district. Improved. f due, 135 pur ISO la Market ctbKiidt, improved. P. ice, icC1 per acre. acre: one nu-B of Frederick, UH i-4 Kcrea in Ijberly cMret, Impcored. tTiai- (Mr 166 acree of tBiprered land In Yt'Oodj- d.Kiicl. 172 acres inproTid, nzat land, irice, UM In BadtejsVown (ilctflct. Prit-e, H.OOO. 150 of tasd Monroria, B. A O. S. S. ImproTed. IfiO of land linuetroia Western loprovcd. Price, 16.800. acrea tn Ituckeyotown district. rice, S30 por jL-je. n acres of laud tu district Price, 78 acres of laud, idprcred, 4 mliea trcui erick- Jtiice, 186 (uses near ImprCued. Fries, o'ljuid. wcli impioTed, Price, UC S-4 mures of laai Frederick, IraproTrd Pncc, ti35 per acre. 9b 5 tailes irota Frederick, IB district, 30 of In diwrlci. Price, f tiouao aed lot in EuckejKOTc. price, t Home 8 acres of P: ice, Brict house 18 acres of land ciuae linproTad M W7 ncrrsof Ismd, near Brookrllla. Ti'j? is one of tho fiaeet improrca fkrms ta fce coanty. three dwelling vith other bnil'lings- Jio.OOC. ISO acreo o lard n nr lidvrard'i Ferry, U im- prcvtxl. i'ncc, per xsre- O6 1-2 ncres of ifcr.d. scar Etrcesrtiie, prored. i rice, Jau per sere. i6y (eras of land, s okiles froij Clttrict ef Coiombin. CKU bttrpULn. Price. acre. U2 of Saul's Jrc-n Bord'e jEiiUroad- ImproTed. B2 cere.? three inkes froia Omithentmrz. ici- S2i PrSee, per ftcro. Store n. d lot in KoCt vttto. Prioo, DO acres, 3 TsCes from BockriUe. Imprarod, Price. mcrw month Price, J40 per acre. C impmyad. Prfoc, 55-.' of land PIckcncx Btatloa. CITT PBOPXBTT. Threo-wory brlek hooM on Weat Patrick ML Btntr.. IT v.i n-r-.H-. v of RORCF B. Taney Btntz strret. TERMS w.i; be nia Ic "a appi.ca i in to mar7dtfiwU. Afternoon Senslon from 2 to 8. Evening Session from to CROFF A DAVIDSON, mlSdtf. Manajzers. F-edenck, Md. OUR OWN MAKE LDCJ-. Cuy er C av w..: man.c :h SPRING SEASOiN OF 1885 -IT. wlsnfiur to nae'eoonoiDT gfaoold vor- ohaw COKE Isabella. "Worlzs. NORTH MARKET STREET. FREDER'CK, MD. A fuH and complete lice of f uceral snp- phes always on hand. jelfidtf. JOHN H, ABBOTT, t I [Practical JMachiTiist. ALL SAIXTS ?TKSET. OPPOSITE McMCR- 1 FACTOKT. Rcnaircz of Eneines. raili work and mach.nerv of every Saaftings Castings furbished at reasonar-le priors Aiso on hand an 1 furnisncd to order ai! k n3s of engine sappiies. sacn as en Stock Farm and Baw Marviaad. Foi ert p- cp at -wiil and fiae rest i? Let the every ticket whioh contains the natse of a knoxra ber or r.oci-.nee of acr rin-. ts-nhc .t regard to aiS'iations. Sr..h a course 'wou'd not oniv ntcet tap of tee but z: -would compel fact party to ynt re-   apcetable and trustworthy Lien at a" that, un-ier -i Tfie F Teuerici Fdr Gwacfis. Moreland A FRESH LOT TO-DAY HARDT'S. By learloc your orders with L. S. CLtXO or at the works "a East Church itreet. a. O. P. CLISQAX. Supt. brick house n faeamt brick house om Chureh hocse on Thbd hocnc ca KaM PMrfoIr -SOUTH KABXJBT GIVES MORE FOR YOUR MONEY THAN ANY HOUSE IN WESTERN MARYLAND. ELT. REiTTTED AJSD IN 5BASOK. OTST2HS 8TBTTSD. FRrRD. SOA8TMD ASD BHO7LEO AT 35 PLATS- lowest work a ty. itcSTC-.tfa'.y. JOHN" H ABBOTT. T V A T VI cr ic-'ars. JOHN VTHITE t sox. A Md. gOTO LEWIS A.. Rooma, pir to FOP BIUCK HOFSES, w- ,5.wp ojj; ar.' a vac nt iila fr ha k to a dep'h of t -eJ on X. Ma'k t-tr c-t. of j arsJ :i ho t crea' op- iy. Wi -o: j cheap. C" IS POPULAR FBXMDg SAX.T WATER OTSTKB9 At per AT RAW BOX A SFSCIAXTT- 10 and II Court Street. FKEDKKICK. MD. rliv'f BOWE11S- I, tnber Dciiers East Patnch ?t ON curns sny j or GLETT t'-iat the shore w-l! not cure. on v by T-Te Co- C 2-.pT-at'. Oh'O. PncefL Or. s v CH AS.; I :l-.is m- -iioi to tharsK i my friends t j T. i ,1 publi for iberai patronage the unpopu- be-towed upon ine in "h- -.-ast ferity an individual member tau-t fust t tr: afention 'o nthe of all plans and for serving8 if not the defeat of the j same ln the future. itvelf. There is little doubt y specialty of m a generous Fi-st-c for TOO aOTOW THAT The Bsr is supplied with the of Dr tl.fl UMiodcpetidcDt movement which Mr. Oktvlaad will not tbe Confectioner. Taxth tnwrred without treatment of a -pecta ty. Smith Market fidfutatore, hare a bottle of Teetb'nr Syrup. Perfectly i No op-urn or morphia WU1 colic. U the and promou 411B- Prepared by Dim. u. fahrpey ._ BV_ TT...I Md PiujBlate It! WIW CIGARS I TOO wmnt "THE DOT will fill the bin. TOBACCO ftrowa awl qua> ._ Co- rttrtMod. Maine In. rahmeVi health restorer, purifier and It'i fall jii'A. and the beat offered. 33. O. tfwkvt iOwot H for "TJOt." of AwcrtptXra   

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