Cumberland Weekly Civilian in Cumberland, Maryland
27 Feb 1891

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27 Feb 1891

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Cumberland Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - February 27, 1891, Cumberland, Maryland Feta the civilian. Published by the daily hens co., of Cumberland. Office no. 117 Baltimore Street. Friday february 27, 1891. The announcement that a 1>u revival is in Progress at Clarksburg est \ it Ginia will no doubt cause much rejoicing in heaven and great Surprise in the other place. To much tor satan con eluding that the town did t need ans More attention from him and leaving it to take care of itself. The Kew Secretary. Sketch of the life of sex govern it a Foster of Ohio. Lion. Charles Foster the new Secretary of the Treasury was born in Seneca county Ohio on april 12, . His father who was a native of Massachusetts settled Hist in new York and subsequently removed to Northern Ohio where he established a country store which proved the beginning of a vast business Enterprise. Or. 1�?Tomer loft school at the Aire of fourteen to become a clerk in the store of his father who had been taken ill. And lie became thenceforth the non tidal manager of the business which eventually a tuned vet Large proportions. The firm of Fosters co. Has. For Many Yea done Fin in Trade in general merchandise. Senator i k. Wilson Deal he Succour to a is Oden attack of heart troche. A cock Ino m Ain Mense the Way a better clean up the town. It is utterly useless for one or a dozen or a Hundred of the citizens of the town to be careful of their premises if the balance of the people do otherwise and leave their properties in a filthy condition. The Good health of the town de pends upon its general condition As to cleanliness and not upon the special care of some if the rest Are careless and neglectful. It is the recognition of this Plain truth which is the reason More than any other that stands in of our maintaining our City in condition. Or. A. Thinks that it is useless for him to expend much care on his property a Long As he sees that la. I ae., do not. But this is false reasoning and altogether wrong. It is a great mistake for anyone to suppose that keeping his own premises clean affects nothing beyond that particular property. The example of nicely kept premises goes very far toward inducing and compelling others to do likewise. A Man is ashamed to longer neglect his premises when he sees his neighbor careful of his. And on the other hand a Lazy or indifferent or slovenly person finds a kind of Sanction or justification for his neglect when he sees that his neighbors do no better than himself. For Many years our Beautiful Little City enjoyed the just reputation of being one of the Healthiest places in the country but unfortunately the sickness we had Here last Winter which is now being repeated though in a much Milder form has done much to destroy that reputation it May be that the trouble Here was and is due to other causes to the Grippe that afflicted the whole country last fall and Winter and in a Milder form much of the country this Winter. It May be due to the extraordinary character of the weather or to the water or to other causes. It May also be due to the Uncleanly condition of our City. But whether it be due to that or not or whether it materially affects our Healthfulness or not it would seem that As a matter of Pride alone but More especially As a matter of self respect and a regard for Public and private Comfort we should exhaust every Effort both Public and private to thoroughly clean up the City and that too not Only now but in the future and at All times. It would be Money Well spent if the City authorities would appoint and pay a set of garbage men whose business it should be to look after the streets and alleys and lanes and by was and gather up All garbage and keep them thoroughly clean. It is not Worth while to depend upon the present Street cleaning brigade. They have too Muc h else to do and like other Large bodies they move too slowly for this business. In addition the ordinances of the City against nuisances should be unforced by the police and not left dead As they now Are on the statute Hooks. It costs the City quite As much to arrest Ami Fine a poor Drunken Darky in Shantytown but it does no to do the City one tenth part As much real Good As the suppression of a filthy stable or pig pen would do. In Justice to the policemen it should be said that it is not really their fault. The evil lies with the people themselves. The police cannot lie expected to go further than the Public will sustain them Aud the fact of the matter is our people have accustomed themselves to put up with the presumption Ami carelessness of their neighbors to such an extent that the police would be considered officious if they attempted to invade premises and enforce the nuisance Laws. Some people by Long custom seem to think that they have a sort of right to use their own premises As they please to let their cows and pigs and goats run at Large on the town and deprecate on Public and private property and to maintain nuisances of every kind and character. This is All wrong and we must individually and collectively Wake up if we desire to preserve our Comfort and health and take rank As a City of Enterprise and Progress. The special agents of or. Chancellor Are now in the City making a Bouse to Bouse inspection and it is the duty of All our citizens to afford them every facility for a thorough examination and to remedy at once and everywhere such evidences of uncleanliness bad sewerage or drainage or other nuisances which May be shown to exist if our people will move altogether in this matter and All along the line if they will each at once turn Over a new Leaf and Manifest a determination to renovate the existing state of affairs this will stimulate the authorities and the Citee to do Thiv duty and we will soon be a clean comfortable healthful and beaut of it City. Grain Wool pork and pro Pooh and a banking House was ionic ago added to the business. Or. Foster devoted his whole time to his business affairs until int when he became the Republican candidate for Congress Iii the lentil District Aud was elected. He entered the House of representatives in 171. And served by continuous re election up to i re Hie democratic legislature Hay i to in Errye Millered the state Iii such fashion that he was thrown into a stroll in Demon Atie District and although he was urged to become a candidate in another Dis Riel with a certainty of election he persisted in running in the District which included his place of residence and was lie treated by 1,225 plurality or. Foster assumed a in Clin a position in the House soon after in took his seat therein and was made a member of the ways and Means committee it Hie lie ginning of his second term in is. As a member of that committee in prosecuted the famous Sanborn investigation with vigor Pertinacity and ability and wrote an impartial report which set j scan a. Ais Iff lie expired in Washington last night shortly after ten of clock he was Maryland senior representative in the Senate sketch of his life Washington d. C., fell. 24 sen Ator e. To. Wilson of Maryland died Here to night at 10 05 in ii is apartments at the Hamilton House of heart disease in his 70th year. Or. Ilson was in his seat in the Senate chamber last saturday apparently in Good health and the news of his death to Nimicht came As a Shock to the Community. He complained on sunday and yesterday hut his condition was not regarded As serious until late last night when he had a sinking spell Btu he ret in cd and this morning was thought to be out of danger. Later in the Day he grew worse and hot Fred Between life and death until about to of clock when the end came. Ephraim King Wilson Waskom at Snow Hill Mart land december 22, ls21 was educated at Union Academy Snow Hill and at Washington Academy Rieness Anne Maryland and graduated at Jefferson College. In cons it Ani t. In 1841 studied Law and practice in that profession for Twenty years was a member of the Maryland House of la Legates in 1847 was an Lector for fierce my King in 1852 was a representative in the 42nd Congress was judge of the first judicial circuit of Maryland from 17 to do was elected to the United states Senate As a Democrat to succeed James la. Grooms Democrat and took in scat March us 185. He was re elected in 1890. His term of service would ii a i expired March i i 97 there a Patent me i Iene which is not a Patent Medicine paradoxical As that a sound it a rth Cov Cia i lie Golden Iii a cry of medical science it the Medicine tor you tired run Down exhausted nerve waisted men and women for you sufferers from Dis eases of skin or Scalp. Iii or or lungs its Chance is w Ith every one its season always in cause it Iii is to purify the Fountain of life the blood upon which All such Disca a depend. Tho Medicine Tahr. Pierce Colden medical discovery the makers of it hav e enough Eon Faience in it to sell it on trial. That is you can get it from your druggist and if it t do what it claimed to do iou can get your no one it Back every cent of it that what its makers Call taking the risk of their words. Tiny Little sugar coated granules am what or. Pierce pleasant pellets Are. The lies liver pills Ever invented Active yet mild in operation cure sick mid bilious headaches i Hie a dose. Oil Dun Mountain Between in i Msal a Ilia it nil Maryland roosters heavy letting. For Iii time past local sports have been anticipating a great time from the announcement that a cooking rain had been arranged Between their Brethren at Vale Summit Frostburg and Bedford and Hollidaysburg he tile location of the Battleground a it been kept profoundly secret a was the Day on which the Battle was to take place. Within the last few Days however a report botanic current that the great event would come offal Yale bum Mil on thursday and at an Early hour the Pennsylvania fanciers w till a delegation of sports arrived in the City and with the Cumberland fraternity boarded the Georges t reek and Camla hand passenger train which left Central station at 7 15 of clock. Tino tue Gudi n i its. They arrived at Vale Summit at 8 of clock and after the formalities of a a How do you do done to you know a and the usual Exchange of greeting the crowd proceeded up the Mountain and it was thought the Battle would be fought near the celebrated dings Rock w hich is Only four Miles Distant from Yale Summit. Most of the Quot boy a walked w Hile a few occupied carriages. The romantic walk through the weird scenery that enchants the summer visitor was one of expectancy and where the latter amuses himself by picking ferns from the rocks which abound in the varieties spread at the time of creation the sports caressed a plucked a Feather which i letter from Frostburg. The water pressure a a a mum social other note. Fro i no no feb. 24.�?washington�?Ta birthday was observed yesterday in a very quiet Way in la a. There was Little or no excitement and the town bore its usual Holiday aspect but business was not suspended. 4$ i during the afternoon the tire department tested the new water pressure at various Point the full pressure of the m w w Ater w works was not on but it was sufficient to throw a Stream Over Ravenscraft shall. Which is of feet High and 50 feet deep. The big Point reached was in feet hut it believed that with full pressure a height of 120 feet can he leached with pure water. The fire department i Volunteer and provides most of tin equipment from proceeds of fairs it. They have recently purchased from their own funds a handsome truck with Hook and ladders. I the a boys take great interest in the organization which receive Otth 875 to $100 per annul i run the City fathers and some of the firemen believe that if a fire were to occur in shanty town t hex could reach ii by standing on shall with file nozzle pointed that Way. They think they have sufficient Force to clean out the town if necessary a a mum social was held i t the eng i h lilt hem Church Lari night and was largely attended a Tine a imposed on every person who spoke before 12 of clock and it is Rema Rimble t hat Only two persons escaped the Fine by refusing to talk. This shows generally that our fowl and people can to keep their Mouths shut a lit be the j even when a penalty is attached for ast Token of remembrance for i pet talking. Hen persons did not know Bird and lie placed it in his bosom with that a silence a they had to the affection of a Young Lover in pre Plank Down their ducats and pay fun for dyspepsia Ayers Sarsaparilla is an effective remedy As numerous testimonials conclusively prove. A a for two years i was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and liver complaint. I doctored a Long time and the medicines prescribed in nearly every Case Only aggravated the disease. An apothecary advised me to use Ayer Sarsaparilla. I did and was cured at a Cost of $5. Since that time it has been my family Medicine and sickness has become a stranger to our household. I believe it to be the Best Medicine on a p. F. Mcnulty Hackman Bummer ., Lowell mass. For debility Ayers Sarsaparilla is a certain cure when the complaint originates in impoverished blood. A a i was a great sufferer from a Low condition of the blood Aud general debility becoming finally reduced that i was unfit for work. Nothing that i did for the complaint helped to much As Ayers Sarsaparilla a few bottles of which restored me to health and strength i take every Opportunity to recommend this Medicine in similar . Evick 14 f. Main ., Chillicothe Ohio. For eruptions and All disorders originating in impurity of the blood such As boils carbuncles pimples blotches Salt Rheum scald head Romulous sores and the like take Only Ayers Sarsaparilla or raked by or. J. Ayer co., Lowell mass. Price it Nix Boule $5. Worth $5 a bottle. Hon. Go Fos i la. Forth the trite character of the Sanborn contracts in a Clear Light. In december 174, lie we appointed a member of the select committee to investigate i in Louisiana Polit it a1 muddle Ami a chairman of the sub committee of three which proceeded to new Orleans Aud. After a careful investigation reported that the action of the returning Board of 1874 was arbitrary unjust and tile or. Foster took a prominent Purl in the presidential contest of in a to it 7, and it was he who wrote the let r of february 29, 1877, in Whit ii governor Haleiwa pledged to adopt such a policy a president a was would give to the people of the states of South Carolina and Louisiana the right to control their own affairs in their own w this action made him very obnoxious to the a a Stalwart Wing of the Republican party but it did not suffice to prevent him from receiving the Republican nomination for governor of obit in the Eritrea a Campaign of 1879, and after an exe Itin r cot test he was elected by i,852 plurality Over Ewing Democrat. In 181 to Ware elected by 1,211 majority Overall opposition Bookwalter being the democratic candidate. Since then governor Foster int not held an elective office though Active in politics and a prominent figure in Republican National conventions. Governor Foster was repeatedly mentioned As a probable member of president Harrison a Cabinet in the Winter and Spring of 189. In april of til i year he was appointed a in Illier let the Sioux land commission with general Crook and Hon. In in. Warner of Missouri. During that service he obtained from the observant red Man the suggestive title of a a in 18 he was urged to accept a nomination for Congress but declined. In 1890 he accepted Aud ran in the eighth District being Defeated by d. Ii. Hare Democrat by about a Joo plurality. Governor Foster a Home is at Fostoria formerly called Rome Seneca county. His resilience is a Large Aud commodious Brick building in the Center of the City. It is said that in is also the owner of fifteen or Twenty other houses and lots estimated to in Worth i rom 1.099 to $10,999 each. His annual profit arc reported by his neighbors to be about $15,- 8 0, and speculations in Railroad scheme have netted him $890,099 or $499, Smi. Iii Fostoria the governor is simply known As a Charlie a and w Ith All his acquaintance he is the same genial Clever gentleman that he w As when his entire attention was Given to Calico and butter and eggs though an Earnest and distinguished member of the Republican party his friends in hts native place Are numbered among his political opponents and they Are a warmly attached As though of one Faith. Governor Foster is a Man of striking personal appearance. I head i Large with finely moulded features. Firmness intellectuality Ami All the moral characteristics Are strongly sex premed in his countenance the first step. Verbr in your Are run due to can to eat can to sleep can t think can to to Quot anything to your satisfaction Aud you wonder what ail it Ltd a you should ii it i a warning yen Are Laking the first step into nervous i mitral Ion you need a nerve tonic Aud Iii electric hitters you wit thus the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system toils Normal condition surprising re ult window Huc Ascol this great nerve Tuttle and Alto at be. Your appetite returns Ais of not Ion is restored and Tho liver Anil kidney resume healthy action try to ii Ottie. Price do at Vav k. Turners drug Thoro. _ the great majority of it Al 4 cough cure do Little More than impair the digest Ivy fun Toms Aud create bile. Aye Cherry Decimal i on Tho contrary Vav Hill it cures Ila Corn does not interfere with Hie function of either Lii to b. And 0. Excursion t it a in Airt on the last of the series of popular excursion to Washington via in a it. K. In w ill take place on thursday March 12th, and will lie in full keeping with the two that have preceded for excellence of service and perfection of arrangement for the Comfort of passengers. At no other time during the year probably w ill such cheap Railroad rates to the National Capitol be in Force As on this excursion and at no other season Wall the City be More attractive. All the Public build Ings will be open to Votor. Including the Capitol the Treasury the agricultural the Interior the w a. State Navy and Post office departments the National museum w Ashington Monument older Home and National cemetery at Arlington All of which Are full of in t Crest to every patriotic american. The i Oren in Art gallery smithsonian in finite botanical gardens and naval Observatory w hich Are also open to visitors Are filled with collection of the Beautiful the quaint and the curious in Art and nature. All tickets Are also Good to Baltimore and return via the famous Royal Blue line and other trains of the it. A o. The tickets will be valid ten Days allowing ample time for visiting Alexandria it. Vernon Richmond old Point Comfort tile naval Academy at Annapolis and other Point of interest within easy reach if w Ashington. Below is a list of stations showing rate of fare and time of trains Law a urn Berlam. 2.m a. Na., 7 40 a. Rn., thai a. In., Bifi p. In., and i go p. In., rate $ Lay i Ava pc Hancock 1 10 a. Iii Imp a. Rn., 11 14 a. Rn., Ian p. Rn., and 12 55 a. In., rat Side. I ,. \ i Berkeley it pc it ors 8 25 a. In., i a. Rn., and 1 25 p. In., nit $3,10. I a Martinsburg 4 41 a. Rn., 9 42 a. Iii Hai a. Rn., 1 85 p. Iii., Aud 1 40 a. Rn., rat $8.2. Leave Shenandoah i unction 5 11 a. Rn., 10 08 a. Iii. 18 19 p. In., und a Jai p. In., rat it. To. Correspondingly Low rate from other stations. Parlor car on the 12 35 p. In. Train from Cumberland. Pullman bleeping Carson All Oiler trains. For tickets and parlor or looping car accommodations t ail upon or address agents b. A it. In in serving the locks of i sweethearts hair. When the distinguish cd party reached the a Cave in at the burning of Spruce Hill mine the smoke issuing from tin smouldering a of Coal made Many is Stout heart flinch with the presentiment unit the Hole was a reminder of the sulphurous pit awaiting the wicked in the world yet to come. Even tile roosters began to tremble at the sight a it aware that great tight would Send them into eternity and that their spirits would descend into just Sui ii a place As the burning mine. With uneasy top for fear the officers of the Law were on their tracks tin sports wended their Way until they reached the Stone House which some person quaintly remarked a Kwa built for Adam and eve before the fall in the Garden of i surrounding the House Are several Fields which would have made a splendid i attle ground but they were considered a being too near the Public Highway and the referees decided to no it it i further to the right where another open Field answered their purpose admirably Ink it no. Heta the ring was made and everything put in readiness for the great Battle which wit for $290 on the main and to consist of 15 tight at $25 each. Betting was the order of the Day Aud mounts were put up on either i enjoyed tile affair Are rather a a mum Friend that they dinner. Everybody but most of them about telling their talked. A Large dog jumped through the window in the door of b. Stern and company store yesterday. L Ite dog broke a Glass valued at a and Cut himself but did to other damage to life or property. A Large number of i Dors from Cumberland were in town yesterday tile Cumberland Aud Pennsylvania Railroad company have Cut Oil a portion of the roof Over the depot Here in order to have More Light in the office. The next thing they should do is to Teal Down the building and substitute a modern depot that will be a credit to the town. Administrators notice. Rpm Quot is to give notice that the Al Milliner Lier has ii inn leg from the it to Chati it Abelite county Maryland letters it admin Quot to i n Ion on the a a a Tate Elandrew j. Topper la i of i Tetany enmity. Maryland Dee it a a i. A i pet on. Tart Ilia claims amt inst Tho deceased a hereby we Lien to exhibit Hie same. With die to Reheis thereof duly authenticated to the Sulu Beriber on or lie Nee a 22i tilt but Anent int. They May other i i to Law in a eluded from a1 is licht of tin said t Lait. All Persona knowing hmm Cave indent Closable. Ate a ret tues Ted to make imn Rii Rte pay meat liven under my hand t ids Shii due of Felr-ru.trv.lm41. John a. W. Topper of Mii to administrator an Miles nerve and liver Pill. Aet on a new Prim pit regulating the liver stomach and Lse wets through than Tvr. A new discovery. Or. Miles pills spot oily cure bit Jon sues. Bad taste torpid liver piles and Fon i Patlon. Cue pulled tor men women and children. Smallest Mildest surest. Dost Tut to cetus samples Dee at Vav. K. Turner For Dyer flit v years. Mrs. Winslow Shalt Bing up Hub it n 01 for Over fifty year by million of mothers for \ their children while teething with perfect i Success. It soothes the child softens the gum. Allays till pain. Cit Row wind Colic mid i is the text remedy fur diarrhoea. Hold by Lam i int inn to in a a Paris of the world lie sure a and a a for a mrs. Winslow soot my syrup Franr Nero a notice. Not tee is hereto Given i hat the undersigned tinted by the county it emm goner of Allegany count it to v new the lands through which the pro i it Ovod in Vav Public Road county Pray Ltd to in opened and located through the hands get Joseph or elfish prank Troutman amt Jain Mccoy Beni to Hor at tin top of polish Mountain on the Liatti Inore Pike and running them to Var trim Koan a Nance of two and to half in Miles Ami examine whet Law the said Public had should be Oien cd Aud located will Iii of on the premise on the auth Day of March Phi for Temh Parisand to determine whet Lier the Public Eon i vent Nee requites the Aid to teat Ion and open in of said Public Road a 1 if . To locate 1 same and Perron i their dirty Iii the premise. I i it a v. Rick Sami Almora an hui8topii he dial a a amblers. Feb 37 melt fib burying tin Spring Hill mine \ i Tiuis. Spring Hill i notion n s., feb. 25 a about sixty of tin i bodies of the victims of the Spring Hill Colliery disaster Wen buried yesterday. The bodies were All taken to the methodist Church where Brief services were held Over a dozen at a time and thence the coffins wire carried in open vehicles to the quiet Little cemetery at the foot of tin Bill a Mil Distant in some cases the bodies were followed by the surviving members of the Village band playing Hie a dead from to o clock until 4 the Road was crowded with tile procession the ground a Frozen solid that the work of stomach or liver. Digging grave was exceedingly difficult. Early yesterday morning a Little army was set at work and before evening la Graves had been dug and half of them filled Iii again. The briefest possible form of Cervine would be held and a body interred while men four feet away never ceased w a re in completing another Trench. For unidentified bodies a grave w As dug sixteen feet Square and the corpses were Laid in Side by Side. There Are Between forty Aud fifty bodies to be interred today. A dozen yet remain in the pit. The curs ran Over him Kelly Francis Wolford a brakeman while in the Urt of uncoupling cars in the Baltimore and Ohio Yard near Hie Oldtown crossing monday morning at 9 of clock fell from a ear which threw his leg under a w Heel and it was almost severed from Iii body lie was Otlier-vv1st bruised and sustained internal injuries. Lie was taken to the ionian City hotel w Here he died an hour later. The remains were taken to undertaker butlers where they were prepared for burial m. M. Shannon took the Corpse to or. Wolford slate Home in Martinsburg w. Va., where a wife and two Small children survive. The age of deceased was f 28 years 2 i audio Days at eleven of clock two game Birds were placed in the i ukr and tin with the Lxi twin i and fighting of the Birds and several fisticuffs engagements Between men. W to did not want the Birds to do All the fighting occupied the Days proceeding. The Pennsylvania Birds won six i rattles out of nine hard fought contests and the Maryland sports lost heavily it could not be Learned How much Money changed band i it there were Over 299 persons pre ent and no doubt the sum was Large. At Duk the Light was belated off for thursday and to Day it will la concluded. Sporting men were present from Lonaconing Piedmont Frostburg Yale Summit. Cumberland md., and from Bedford Hyndman and Hollidaysburg a. By those who profess to lie judges it is claimed that Pennsylvania a the Best fowl As the result of the first Day Battle shows. Letter from Elk Garden. The lord a i a a in k it to 11 discussion will conic off Friday March 20. Els Garden w. Va., feb. 24.�?the a Nordau Carskadon discussion will Lake place in the court House at Keyser on Friday evening March 29th. Riordan friends feel confident that he will defeat his honorable opponent even if or. Carskadon had tile ability to Cope with or. Riordan. That tie Ila the Money Side of the question is universally conceded. The fact that the discussion w ill take place after or. Carskadon declined to meet .51 r. Riordan a published in the news is surprising but show Hie Power of tii press As w ill be seen by the follow lug letter Al tse it Vav. V a feb. 21, 1891. My did to or. Riordan since writing you the hurried note from Philadelphia i find by reference to the paper on my return Home that you Are the state lecturer of the West Yir Ginia sons of Temperance and it is Given out inferentially that a such you Cha i h my me. Aud further i find that Tlle a papers have Given the matter such prominence that my refusal to discuss the subject would be taken by some to mean my fear to defend the organization o the prohibition party. For these and other reasons i now inform you that i am ready to discuss the matter Aud meet you at any time or place that you chose to name. Respectfully your. T. It. A Volt a Viton. I and take no other kind to tala Twenty five cents a the senior proprietor of de paper has t Een subject to i tsp Ideiil fold for six me years which Welt sure to Lay him up if not doctored it once. Ile find thin Chamberlain cough remedy i reliable. It open the secretions relieves Tho lungs and restores the system to a healthy condition it freely used As soon As the Eold a been contracted and before it a become settled in the system it greatly in Sens the attack Ami often cures in a single Day i what would otherwise have Lee a severe Eold. A Northwestern hotel reporter a a Des Moines Bina. Fit cont Liotto for Sale by Hervy i anew. The medical fraternity uie ked up by carefully compiled stat Isrie. Is amnio t a unit in declaring that a Modem use of stimulants Fondue to Long if. It i a1 a it admitted that an old whiskey is by far tile Best stimulant that eau lieu id. A adding physician recon mend the i. W. Blur tier whiskey because it is pure possessed of a Superior Ila vol and Boquet and is not offered for Sal until it is lid and thoroughly matured. Bold by Vav. La. Ash. Cumberland my. A try Rittvo co itt inc to i he Al fat Max a and he my 4 to a Ahi >1 Knik advertising ult w an la till 11111 Kus the i i Onie Ives a. At drug Mai general stores. Apply at Unco. Prices Low we have til hire Anil by elected Stock i of finished Marble and Granite Monnie Enis Ami toib1isoips in Maryland. We taken Othir but first class work Aud sell it at the vary lowest Jiow Solde prices. Marble and Granite coning wrought Iron fences Mantle and grab an i term cutin pit e. All sold at Bottom Price. A. Ii. Amick to to to Eon ii Centre bids wanted in Undy in Inanna you be r los crts my i a a , no i i a set i old cart inured with Miu a is rent used. A a. Feb. 24. All of Hie horror Wolff a u lacking All Hie h Hazleton i victims of Hie Janesville mint have now been accounted for it tile eight men found yesterday four were dead Jame Griffith Barney Mech key Basko Pinko and the Unknow n hungarian. Tile bodies of Hie two hungarian were floating on top of the water and those of Griffith and Barney act Hotkey were fro from water or debris. The Oiler four John Tomas Kusky Joe masts Kowha a John demo and Bosch Frinsko Wen alive when found last night hut in a precarious condition. The Rescue a attended will great bravery. The exploring party consisted of Buehn pendent Mcfarlane Joseph Keia Baw William hah Alexander Mort cd James Sterling and David Nelson. I a gentleman in Union county mo., who is to a limn Lobule to name mentioned i in new a it i a i a was in re i of by diam i be i lain pain Kulm after trying Oil i medicines and treatment for thirteen years. Ste it bottles for Sale by j lame Hervy j u it Makus t in no look ilk Rosw and Tashorn Abo do mid will it Bolti their pop inti i Lulu ii a fun Louir Sven Sulu Al the Sno Cresp in. Change a Pine table to Walnut. A Poplar Kitchen press to antics Oak. A Cane Rocker to mahogany. Bim what san of dons with 23c. Worth it Rojik Dow ?w,. Xxx Wolff a Randolph Philadelphia. Juk it Ort pm kit in met utom t nuking it. Mortgagees Sale of personal property. Under and by v in tue of u Power contained in a Mort age from Amos Davis Ami harsh a Davis to David w. Sloan timed Julyk iwo. Aint Rukmin thl anti diff Tho Iii it it i Otey of Al Leff Ieuv Usu Iii in my it 14 Lier i. I. No. 7, folios 818 re., the undersigned to i Sag Vav Iii of saturday Marum 28,1891, at la o clock a. Rn., it a the Amos Davis farm in Khz Eikon District no. La offers Public Al the personal pro a try desert i in Ailt Mort Gage of 7 head of unit <4 a Iii Mim my Meh rows a Agnses i Tom a Lut it. I two Hor e Wagon i Spring Wagon. I a w Ting go i mini Shell r. I Eider Mill. I Corn Plant a 5 stands of lines and a lot of Tai Ming utensils consist gut plows ii arrows a to. In is or sums of leu i it olinits a Umler Cadi. On All sums Buovo ten Soliai it a credit of six Mutt us Wei a Given upon Tho pure user giving Bis note wit i Security bar my interest from Date of Sale. David w. Elgan Fob Itu a Mort Tagoe. Ornic or the Foahd or county Tommis Kim its Ltd Ai i Koan co cum to Elv no mn., Fob. I 1s9l i foaled or i i sul will is received for Hie building of to toot Bridge Are siding Hill Creek. De tiption it a foot Lidge Over Sil Ling Hill i a a at j. M. Non a Iii i built by Alleg inv aim cd its or at ulment Loie of Good sound Oak logs bowed on t a o in be t a a be i Art it in a shape ten cot w i la it it lower end. Ouch log to be seem a tit the by Ain by a Spike or pin. Height it feet Alima Low Waler Murk Anil i la Well-1111 with Stone. I Loam a Rte i to lie to Flo Tancin it goo it i i my a Phife or v Ellow nine Well i in. Nose my to to Over Tofu it Tong Well seen Tsi on oath Al be i it tip Stii Goral it to Etta Puii lug i la Iii Inch yellow Pine sound and we i Nail it i Down. Hand rail to it it la Tim a feet High to in top of door upright Plai indies Eta lit Lect apart. I tailing to Fie 1x2 Inch Tut ii 18 feet Long Twat rails on cull is upright pieces to in Well spiked to Sill Ami in Iii. We a led to upright pieces Bridge til is it it wide i Aff. Ween rail. A up roue 11 is i j la i Tov wit ii a Good pair it Quot top and tai., to Jed to inspection by the com n ssi us to of Allegany or Vlashi Uptou county o it it. Id Dom Ai is is Mhz dirt of Allegany county v a it a i Lino in in on or before to o clock a a to us. Mardi a mid the lion Iii re i is Tho right of reject any and All Bik John Stewart clerk. Papers authorized to do to duty printing copy. Bids wanted. Orrt k or Wmk Hout it or Cor commission Khz or a la Koan Cooty Vio. S Nelm i lamp .md., Felly. To. Jed. I rid Wilt la reach 1 for Central school bring Gnu lung. According to following Haj i Itira Tigirt to wit Sik Ali action fora i Ridget Lonaconing. My tec foundation will have to lie excavated to at la to a i. 8 in. <1 Ltd or 1 per ii necessary and will have to Titius Mett a by Iii a Mart sinner and approx veil lib of or and the is la it i i i a a on Vav of. W 11 a v a Loim i Mil i a Quot Hoviin 1 raw Iii s., no Cour it of Shin to it be a t Nan to indie thick Wadi guided pit ii i on lace with not less than two Ben h is in pitch course i the co Ping Stone in Corners i Quot to in to Leas than 2.,9x, to i Wood work All i storm work to la Buhl in a Anent on of i Cement to two of Sharp Sand. I intimate to lie i Given by the Perch of 2ftcut8e feet ail Exea v a my Ami filling will to done by the cubic i Yard a k it pent or m Ork. I All a a i put i work to to built a shown on draw ing All tits rom r to ii dimension specified on drawing and to lat it unit of tire Best White Pine except Jot to Ami to limiting of in to is Spruce Dinning to be Oak Lirtie Iii die it Triick a i spiked to Tisi v Yueh spilt Sall Milts to be a Spet i Tirol for further information Appl to or Henry William or it Pommy Inners office. All bids to ii filed w Ith la undersigned on or Lief re Fig. Rn., toe a Lay marh8d, 1w1. The co Muhsi a top Reserve the right to reject Airt and ail i Iii. Kihn Stewart clerk count Vonnuis Rionero of Phat is Autuoro i d to do county printing copy. My rom Haik a com a. Or you Art ail worn out n ails Good for nothing. It i Gen re debility i to hmm nuts Hitt Kus. It will cure you Chaus your liver Sud a Lvi a Good appetite

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