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Cumberland Daily Times (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland ni1j inn. To in Nown it a w in Philip w Avirett editor a the times has the largest circulation of and daily paper published in Western Maryland this is rapidly in ceasing under its new management we must have Harmony. The Hagar town mad a paper of a a it Quot to a a Kos la Doe time an doubted ability per fact almost toil the Republican party will not of clock edition Nam Nir Quot of Quot Al r a comes with poof Graor a rom the Lanai or. Haugh Rebii made a Organ of a party that Baa been i Villi my i t i irm Perch to them in which he an pledged for Twenty five years to 1 non new i that the canal we entirely destroy mormonism and which Aig London anal to stated destitute of lumber Aud material London again agitated for any repairs that might be need a it. Dee. 22.--a Are broke pm and in addition to guested that oat in the parcel office at the wind during the non employed season a or railway station on saturday and the wages of the men be reduced burned quite rapidly for a while. We would suggest the admonition among the debris were founds that the list of office Holder a and number of bras wheels and a bottle a apposed to contain an explosive substance. They Are supposed to lie the remains of an infernal ins Nally failed when it had the Power. Kven the Edmunds Bill which re. Sieved democratic support in Congress and which was supposed to be a entailed to mormonism is vol. De now an utter failure. Mormon in its mechanical departments and us to take much credit to itself of Jijoo. Withal old and Well established took occasion to its last Issue to in. Little the work of the National democratic committee for no other ostensible reason than that in recognition of tie ability which senator Arthur p. Germany a member of that committee had displayed in the conduct of the Campaign his friends and admirers offered for the world. Final . Y the examinations for the municipal service under the Law of last Winter ire going on with regularity Aud As much Energy As is possible and Tho system is found to work with satisfactory efficiency considering the difficulties necessarily encountered. One noteworthy effect him a banquet in the City of Baith of the new Law is the development Noro of a favourable opinion among those engaged in the Public service that Wilton Plum the. Opinion o Hgt a a us. Anticipate. The mail Asanet that of such papers rom a or Corm it i it wet tvs oppor i is the new Yolk world the Herald from those whose occupation and others whose judgment j place Nion Gering but not a few a with All due deference to the instances have occurred of Rover mail is Worth infinitely More it is Sam on tile part of those who were Jnet Here our purpose to say one by association and immediate inter word of warning to Hie mail and to0,i<t�?~, Quot i left a mix. R n m aver elect shall give the Law As n l democrats irrespective of their a am Rui port As Alliance wit ii any one or hic cd set Piet from him the particular leaders of the party. We of Iii term will see a marked Mast have Harmony. All past Dif change in Hie condition of nearly left the found. No clue to the person who machine has As vet been attaches clerks ac., in reduced As Well and specially we refer the pies Dent to the Large salary paid the general counsel of the company l ins is a tier office we would advise the president lately made and never before had Aud tor the Side a foreigner was noticed loitering j purpose of making an office for about tile station on Friday. It is believed that the culprit finding that he was unable to enter tin Royal Palace and that the Queen had gone to Osborne Aud thinking that his designs were frustrated took the machine to the railway station in order to rid himself of it. The affair Lias caused great ment. A an purpose individual and for no other Himm Earth. We in tuner to the president another proposition that he direct to be Mode Public at the next meeting the Namei of nil persons carried for the pasty a or and part of it company pay or excite nmn Tlle i was of the or that have received an ambitious Russia. Is receiving now tor any purpose or. Pstir big so december 2t.�? my we a at a Thole the a or Rya in an article a j a a a a bulge in order discussing Russia s interests in of creoles if they cannot lie recoiled de Mast not be expressed. A closely cemented Anion must be made a Union in which every personal opinion or individual ambition Likely to endanger. Democratic Success must be fused Aud Here we say to the mail that it can accomplish no Good to itself or to the party by a persistent refusal to allow senator Dor. senator any Bialy else credit when it is deserved. Censure where the censure is merited. Rut be alive to the Good As Well As tile bad. There is an element in american politics which grows stronger at Avery election. An element who while politicians Are not partisans. It has been More than once demonstrated in this very state of ours that this element controls the contest whenever it is close. To this the grand division of the democracy the younger men of the party infallibly attach themselves a of their influence will be Felt More and More Folly in each succeeding election. They do not seek to grasp the reins of leadership. They Are willing to be Lead though they will not to driven. The future of the great party of Progress belongs to them Aud the instant they find its interests imperilled and its principles in danger of defeat they will claim control of their own. We repeat that we most have Harmony else the fruits of Long years of labor in the political Vineyard will be lost. This can Only be done by allowing Good where it exists Aud Rondeau no evil where it is found and tins our Friend the mail has not done in this instance. Tai Washington capital says that a it is stated Thot the presi Dent desires to appoint or. John Davis now first assistant Soccie tary of state to the vacancy on the Oeur of Alabama this will revive a certain ill ordered scandal that or. Arthur had just As wed allow to die. Thai is Hope of our having a a Navy at last. Orders have been issued at the Navy department to Dock the Tallapoosa and fit her out a a a freight boat. In the meanwhile we tremble at the defenceless condition of our coasts without this formidable Protection. Pith of the papers. Tim whole municipal York times. So far As the interests of this country Are concerned there can be no doubt that tile publication of treaties is a useful thing. It enables the people to express their judgment about them intelligently tie fore they Are ratified. Their bearings and effects can be studied and explained Ami we can know beforehand what influence they will exert upon the Prosperity and safety of the country in this View of the question there is no doubt t hat the Tribune and the times and the Herald Are entitled to thanks tor procuring and publishing the treaties and yet it is impossible to approve without qualification any Benefit which i Moo Las the betrayal of Confidence and is procured by that Means. It is certain however that tile old Rule of secret Diplo Mary is not convenient in respect of negotiations of treaties where a popular government like that of United states is one of the contract ing parties. Tile etiquette of secrecy usually observed by govern meats is not appropriate in regard to treaties to which the United states Are a party. They ought to be published before they Are ratified by the Senate and then the newspapers would not need to procure them through any violation of Confidence and the people would have no occasion to complain that injurious stipulations had been fastened upon them without their . T. Sun. Coroa urged the government to a Cize the Opportunity now offered by the rebellion in that land to raise the russian hag and so supplant England or any other it Ower competing for influence in that Quarter and at the same time obtain the Mach required port on the Pacific coast which is now Frozen Over in Winter. Sooner or later tile paper adds Russia will have to Settle accounts with China. It in of utmost importance to determine definitely whet Lier Russia or hints shall predominate in Corea. To have a just examination into things and a recitation of wrongs if any i Agerston mail. Three Anar chies to die. Leipsic dec. 22.�?sentence was pronounced Here in the easel City times. Of the anarchists who were tried last week tor an attempt to Assegai nate emperor William at Nieder j Wald. Reinsdorf Hupsch and Kuechler were sentenced to death. Loll Whaner and Rachmann were condemned to ten years penal servitude. Soehngen. Kabei Burch Ami Toeller were acquitted. Amatus Brilliant banquet in Honor of senator Gorman was Given by the Columbia democratic club of Washington i. C., on thursday night. There Sere a number of distinguished guests present each of whom in their Happy a after dinner speeches gave the listing shed senator great Praise f in his successful service to his party during the presidential Champaign. Among tile guests present were Hon. Barnes Compton j. Frank Turner l Victor Baughman and Edwin Warfield of Ellicott Hali Iju a vegetable sicilian hair renewed with Lim Prev nation perfectly adapted to hire 41�?��?�mmi of Tho it Alp id the Fratano Road ire of faded or Gray Belr to a neural Rotor growth aint Youthful Brainy. It a Hail Many imitator but non Hart to fully Birt #11 the requirement needful for the proper treatment of the heir and wily. Ii a la Kaik know Baa heartily grown in favor Ami apr Eart it fee Sud usefulness to every Quarter of the Globe. It in Par a l vied a Nee Cair be attributed to but of Cauca la to tort fulfilment it Iii a Miara. The proprietor Bere often been surprised at the receipt of order from Remote out. Trie where they bad never made an Effort for it introduction. The use for a Short urn of it All s Nam re Srorn wonderfully improve the per a onal appearance. It cleanse Tbs Scalp from All impurities cure All humor fever and dry Nase and thus prevent Batun. It stimulates the weakened glands and enable them to push Forward a new and vigorous growth. Tho effect of this Tartlet a not travalent like Tho of alcoholic preparation but remain a lung time which make it a a matter of Economy. Buckingham site Voe tse whiskers will Chang the Beard to a natural Browner Blank a desired 11 produced a permanent Leolor that will not Wmk away. Conflating of a Tingle preparation it i applied without trouble prepared tej h. P. Hall amp co., Nashua n. H. Sold by All dealer la mullein. For All the forms 09 i a a Roflow mercurial. And blood disorders the beet remedy recall the most searching and thorough blood purifier to Ayers Sarsaparilla. F sold by eur druggists �1, Sis bottles is Rosenbaum broths. 78 Baltimore Street the place where you get the Best value for your Money. Reported pillaging of a town. London dec. 22. Advices from bum Mil reported rumours current there to the effect that Bahamo a town on the Irrawaddy forty Miles West of the chinese Frontier had been sacked and pillaged by Kak Hyena. Hill i Usu in Ilia second season now ready for delivery. Grocers wishing a Supply of these goods should place their orders at an Early Day As my Stock is limited and will be exhausted Long before the season of Sale is Over. Address All orders to b. L. Turner fun Stone my. Consumers Are invited to make it comparison Between these Good and hers upon the Market. The greatest care is taken to pack Only fresh clean and sound fruit and vegetables which Are brought fresh from the Field packed in Tho cans in a raw state then hermetically sealed and cooked with dry steam thereby retaining the natural a co and flavor which if cooked in an open Kettle or by the use of Calcium. Would he lost. Much a been Sai l and written of the danger of Poison a canned goods but if political and personal Points etched by our exchanges considering the fact that dynamite outrages Are reported Coati a ill j in England without the capture of the conviction of any one Edgag of in them the English press proposition that the United states shall a top Dyn miters becomes funny. Certainly the bomb that a alleged to have assaulted Soudou Bridge was not thrown from any american port. If the British authorities cannot take care of the persons on their soil who actually commit out rages is it not preposterous to Export the United states to suppress them by some species of legislative use of Fum to a. Tribune. The real a a inwardness of this mail contract scheme in As Captain Codman Points out to make up in doubt for tile Lack of skill Aud experience in shipping on the part of our people. Why then Woald not the idea hold Good in a thousand other industries As an example we cannot make such flue Lase Here As in France. Why not subsidy lace making in fact what depends chiefly upon hand tailor cannot advantageously be in vie in this country which on the other hand excels where our machinery is used. A wide Field for government Aid would thus exist were the plea allowed. To offer subsidies Woald in All probability create a demand for ships and thanks to oar navigation Laws our ships would have to he obtain cd a this Conn try where the first Cost is enhanced at least 30 Pei cent by the Tariff. This would make Roach Happy and perhaps this is Why Roach is shouting loudly for mail contracts. The shipbuilding Industry is much a pressed and some heavy order would he welcomed. Why not Lay tax s on the people Aud bout ties from the proceeds to ship owners says Roach doubtless not forgetting that the shipbuilders would get a goodly share of the . Herald. Bark a is Willina. Albany dec. 23.�?tiff evening journal prints the following letter. From . Evart. To senator Quot a a a a v James Alkali a in response to Many inquiries and Robnetta made hic from All parts of the 8tate, i take the Liberty in this form of making Public my readiness and desire to be considered among thei. I i ,. Candidates for election by the. Fru to an,.i vegetated Are com Difton when picked not Green or Over Leiria Lattire i a senator from thu a pm or part ally prayed a nothing that is eaten can be More halt Hull. Another state Scourge of danger in the use of a solution of Muri Atic acid in capping Tho cans or. In asking the favor and support in a a or w�rdi�?T801j.y,,r,&Quot de or i Voul it this of the Republican senators and a 1 1 a to re u Ilys clan la he considers it8afk. Assembly men for this distinguish 1 e aban 0ded Ltd a u8e 0dly old which c00�1 possibly injure de and responsible representation Anlo Uez a,., of this great state in the Senate of 1 for deception in canned Good than almost any thing upon the United states i have no Occa-1lho car it a Bright Tushy Label often entices the consumer to buy that which a Ion to qualify or restate the Prin-1, Rac of a fre flu it the cad fort a filed with the fruit or vegetable and then filled up with water thus making the weight. Especially is this so with sugar porn. Often two ounce of Corn Are left out and on wednesday night in crossing from Rock Point to the St. Mary snide of the Wicomico River says the Leonardtown St. Mary a county Independent George Thomas col ored accidentally fell overboard and was advice to mothers. Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child buffering and cry inn with pain of cutting Teeth ? if so Genii at once and get a bottle of mrs. Winslow soothing syrup for children teething. Its value is incalculable. It will relieve the poor Little suffer a mediately. Depend _ upon it mothers there is no mistake about i it. It cures dysentery Aud diarrhoea regu City journal sneering Lati s the stomach and bowels cures wind if remarks that the mormons of i a a hcs often the Gums reduces the to Flroa a a. \. _ ii to i it action and gives tone and Energy to the Utah Are All democrats Aud that whole system. Mrs. Winslow a soothing a they can now make themselves syrup for children teething is pleasant to the taste and is the prescription of one of the and Best female nurses and physicians in the United states Aud is for Sale by All druggists throughout la world. Fric m a ens i Kettle. A nay and comfortable with their olym Bohol abomination during Tara Laid Al administration a they Cip Lesot the Republican self slain in a storeroom. The can tilled out with brine which is worthless to the consumer. Mine Are St a n. Y., dec. 23.�?the Corn and Only brine enough added to keep it moist. Neither in m y body of Robert Crouse of Fayetteville who had been missing since tuesday last was found yesterday morning in the storeroom of Huntington amp beards foundry at Fayetteville. He i and a revolver in his hand and a Ballet wound in his right ear. A Piru of our state press. Items of our Maryland exchanges. Tbs appointment to be made by governor Robert Mclane of a sue censor to senator elect Wilson As an associate judge of the first judicial District is exciting a Lively in Terest among the Jwili Ticiano of Wicomico and Worcester counties. The candidates Are Charles f. Holland Aud Thomas Humphreys of Wicomico and George w. Purnell and George m. Upshur of Wor Wilson lives in Worcester. It is thought the governor will make the appointment journal. Of the same appointment the san of saturday said a a report was current in this City yesterday that governor Mclane had appointed the successor to Hon. I k. Wilson As associate judge of the first judicial District of Maryland. It was added that the commission had been made oat and forwarded to the successful candidate who was reported to be either or. George m. Upshur or George w. Purnell of Snow Hill Worcester county the weight of opinion a 8 West meats that Are fit for patently inclining to or. Upshur. Before Christmas. Inquiry by the bands correspondent at Annapolis last night failed to establish the troth or falsity of the report owing to the absence of the governor from that City. Secretary of state Milligan was seen Aud stated that no appoint ment had been made As far As he was aware and As the governor would not return to Annapolis this week it Woald in All probability not be decided upon before filled Here the any preparation ult a to make it taste Sweet a is the Case with some of fancy brands on the Market. A careful examination will convince Consumers that these goods arc Worth More than some that Are Selling for a trifle Usa in Price. Try them convinced Santa Claus writes a Leher to tre children. Kaia k i Kolias a Lack \ de Cernei 4, 1884. S dear Little Chicks a i wrote you lust year i omitted Ray animal i it to Ltd camber land that ear because my Good Friend mrs. I. Farrell no. 99 Baltimore Street had such a magnificent Stock of toys to ii carriages Christmas tree ornaments cakes and candies of All kinds that my own Beautiful Christmas thing were poor beside them. This year however it will be different. My Friend mrs. Farrell and i have formed a partnership. Do you know what it is i Well we have Pat All out Beautiful Christmas gifts together and will put our Heads to Gether to see that you Little dears shall have of the nicest christmases you Ever Mew. Come to no. 99 Baltimore Street and see what splendid things mrs. Farrell will Send out by me the night before Christmas. Such Beautiful dolls 8u h splendid toys of every kind you Ever heard of and hundreds that you never heard of such delicious pure candies that wont Hurt your Little Teeth nor make you sick such fresh and Light cakes Sui orb caramels and fancy can. Dies of every kind of you never saw the like neither did l i have provided them All by myself. And pretty things for your Chris a Trees just get your Trees ready hug mrs. Farrell will Send me to dress and trim them in such a Way that Ever body a eyes will stick out Christmas morning j and Don t forget the stockings a Hung by the Chimney with care a and ii fill them with mrs. Farrell s a King. Good Bye Ray dear till Tho night during Las week we hate received Largo shipments panic liar by goods suitable for Holiday pres outs. On display will a found bounding in novelties while the prices fur every article will be found extremely Low. Is silk he a to Fol left let to Quot silk Hon Dot it item at 4ic. Imi ii lot 40c a a lot lift a a 7ftc a a Ioc a Tho it muting of Tho Irwi your Best Friend Santa Claus. Every one knows that mrs. M Farrell makes her own candies and that they Are puke and unadulterated. A Little Good Candy is Worth Pound of bad. Give me a Call. Mrs. A Farrell m Baltimore Tiu by. Silk Muffler at All Price. Too dozens ladies coloured Border handkerchiefs All Linen in a variety of styles usual Price 25c our Price 15o l Dot to Bor Hood Zarilli a it of for late were 40< fht�4, Llna a i t id kor in or Yir told for i or than aft Joo Dot Ken elegant Tel no Cilor�-<1 Border can aet j Quot Korch of 1 bet Welt Khz a Etc a co ural Bandem Olefa 8 tor color Border handkerchief. Put of a a by site s6e a hot. Ladle Linen a Merlc handkerchief Floe banality 9 for 8ft a. He Indk Rubl fall Linen at 8. La. I i to and Ritj excellent value. Xenia and Eolois Boudar band Kerbit a Hiim mum r mar Cly. An elegant assortment in be steer and Plash sum in us. Handsome assortment of tidies. Handsome ass ailment of Mats. Novelties in White goods. Novelties in Spanish ficus. Novelties a Spanish Tien. We exhibit in our Well lighted cloak room. Another Large shipment of ladies misses Tad children a cloaks and having been bought at closing out rates and at heavy loss to the manufacturers to can guaranty o Tho Best value Ever offered for to o respective prices to ask too ladies heavy Jersey jackets at $3.25, reduced from $5,50. As they will Sci quite readily at above puce an Early tall is solicited. Killian circulars $0 reduced it oui $8.50, Fine russian circulars trimmed with wide fur $12 50 reduced from $18. La lies new markets trimmed in Astrakhan Ami fur at a 50, $8. A ind $0 50 reduced from $9, $10.50 and $12. Children a cloaks Havelock and new markets. We carry an immense line of children a garments at All prices in All styles and shapes from one Dollar up to the finest and what we wish most to impress upon your mind is our prices Are Alwa its lower than the same Quality can be Dought flt a elsewhere. Oar Stock of Cotton and Wollen hosiery is very Complete. Brens hoods dress hoods As we buy so to sell. Rosenbaum Brothers Savas Moi by. Buy now it buy cheap i of i Siu h Iii i Heap Seei sware ? to to sell Vav a Uzun Baches under St. Nicholas hotel. I a i Oil Waul i lib a it guns swore go to sch Vav Warzun Baches under St. Nichols hotel. Van won i ins Lii Nhea Ware go to sch a Hyk teach a under St. Nicholas hotel. At or Beslow Cost i let flair to fill up my us in with another Cia of fit ode a to j offer the above at co and some it ii below i us a i mean Bunn Aud i am dozen noned to eel i out this clan of goo #. Septate for reference 1,00 when of the Street it a me toy the Kouy 5c Worth of Hood and let a piece of toilet soap for a present. Pfc Italy kind of groceries for Sale a rhe in a anywhere in tee City. Charles Schwarzenbac no. Too Baltimore Street under St. Nicholas hotel. Still in the Leab the ask permission to Cal. A ten. F Hob it our la tie Niwor Lnugent of cooking stoles and Ramugra of a per tor Quality and make Aud Are us upended to my Market Abo a fun in Tiv o heating stoves i it a Nln la let i crw for Alai <11 Aud Molt Coal flue parlor moves Whir a Are Given on rial also a Fine lot of Coal vases and Iron stands Square stoves table cutlery Granite and tinware of every description. No trouble to Abow mood. Call and examine oar and compare Price before baying elsewhere tit Vii a remember that we guarantee oar cloves and that we Only sell the beat for la least Momey Habig a Stegmaier no 7 n Centro St., next to engish lutheran Church Cumberland my hceiosmokev8 i have just received a new Stock of pipes and smokers articles that cannot be sure fished in weft of Maryland of which you Are Moat respectfully invited to Call and examine. Meerschaum pipes cases pipe Cigar and cigarette holders red pipes Apple pipes. French Briar pipes engrave Cherry pipes Corn cob pipes and pipes of evry description. Cigar holders genuine Mersch aug aamber tribe a something new. Match boxes cigars cases Etc. And Alao manufacturer of Fine Havana and Connecticut cig Arbr wholesale and retail. Tor oldest Cigar manufacturer in Western Hartland established in 1849 James a. Ferguson a to. Ift limn my frail Stretton want feud

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