Cumberland Weekly Civilian in Cumberland, Maryland
5 Jun 1891

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5 Jun 1891

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Cumberland Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - June 5, 1891, Cumberland, Maryland Pic pm established 1828. Cumberland my. Friday Itne 5, 1891. Vol. Xiii. No 27 officer donell�?T8 first arrest. A Man named bar from Davis w. Va., was fined #3.00 by Squire homier yesterday for timing drunk and disorderly the Day before. Officer Donell made the arrest. Close of the Dane in fir school prof. Daisy will close the present dancing season Al to is Academy in Millers Hall to night by giving a grand hop to his classes and those who wish to attend. Prices of admission Are children and chaperones 85 cents All others 60 cents. He a raised Cain Quot at Home. Hugh Mcneill was arrested for creating a disturbance in his own Home while drunk at Lonaconing i thursday night. He was taken before Squire Murphy who sentenced him to 18 Days in tile county jail. Bailiff a Robertson brought the prisoner to jail yesterday. Two marriages \ esterday Green Bury Twigg and Belle Klipstine of Frostburg were married by Jive. S. Butts at his residence no. 75 front Street at la of clock yesterday morning. Hamison la. Hoggs and Nancy Crabtree of Oldtown were married by Rev. S. F. Butts at 12 of clock on the same Day Ami at the same place. Another locomotive. Engine no. 24 arrived in tile West Virginia Central Yards yesterday. It is one of tile Large series of the Baldwin locomotive works. Phese additions to the rolling Stock of this Road is but evidence of increased traffic. The new locomotive was taken into the round House and will be equipped for service at once. Does anybody know him a Young Man said to be Well connected in this City Dies amid squalid surroundings Iii Baltimore. Mondays Baltimore acts publishes the following concerning the death in that City of a Young Man said to have relatives Here ten years ago a Young Man about 25 years old respect Aidy dressed but whose clothes were rapidly going to seed applied for Board at Murray a lodging House 40 is. York Street lie did Odd jobs about the neighbourhood and at times worked about the wharves. To got in with the gang that hangs about York and Light streets Ami drink soon took a firm hold on him and the Little self respect lie had when he entered the lodging House was soon lost. Two years ago it is said ids Kotlier came to Baltimore and took her son Home with her tint he soon reappeared in his old haunts. He was very reticent about his past life or his family Aud when lie was found dead Iii bed amid ins squalid surroundings this morning none knew where to notify his friends. He went to bed As usual last night but was found lifeless by ins room mate Julius Queen about o of clock this morning. Coroner Benson said apoplexy was the cause. The body was removed to the morgue. The dead Man s name is Lewis Martin and he is supposed to have Well connected relatives in Cumberland. Union Street school a Liberal gift. Or. Charles b. Kouts of new Lias Given #7,600 for the York erection of an Iron Fence around it. Hebron cemetery Winchester \ a. It includes tile Stonewall cemetery in which Over four thousand Confederate dead from every Southern state Are buried. Or. Kouts e parents and a son who recently died in new York Are buried at it. Hebron. Funeral of lire. Cole. The funeral of mrs. Lydia a. Coles took place from tilt residence of her son in Law. Councilman f. X Millman. Yesterday afternoon Al 4 of clock. Rev. Or. J. E Moffatt conducted services at the House. The pall bearers were Josiah Holmes j. In Widener j. J. Mchenry Daniel Annan. W. E. Weber and Theodore Luna an. The interment was in Ros e Hill cemetery. For destroying fruit Trees. Robert Starr and Lawrence Jones two boys about 14 years of age were arrested for trespassing upon the lots of c. J. Orrick and a. Ii. A Mick and they were charged with destroying valuable fruit Trees. Squire gender committed them to the station House for 24 hours each w Ith the admonition that if caught again at the act he would Send them to the a be Ute for to months. The Katie of hot weather. Just As sure As hot went Lier comes there w ill he More or less Bowel complaint in this Vicinity. Every person Aud especially families ought to have some reliable Medicine at hand for instant use Iii Case it is needed a 25 or 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy is just what you ought to have Aud ail that you would need even for the most severe Aud dangerous cases. It is the Best tile most reliable and most Sucre Ful treatment know ii and is pleasant to take. For Sale by Henry Laney. Meeting of school trustees. The trustees of the City Public schools met at the office of or m. A. R. F. Carr tuesday evening and after a general talk Over the Progress of the schools unanimously re elected capt. Is in. E. 4 i hit la president and or. C. F. Secretary. The trustees have shown great interest in the schools of the City giving time that they could hardly spare from their respective businesses. A credit to them. First race of the season. The Frostburg trotting association will open their track july 4, with a exciting race Between a Fred Hopkins Quot a horse belonging to win. Payne of Frostburg Ami a capt. Gar Mon Quot belonging toll. Hick of this City for a purse of #500. The purse will be awarded to tile owner i of the horse making the three Hest out of five heats on a half mile track. Great interest is manifested Iii this race which will be the beginning of the turf season in Allegany county. Considerable Money is up on the race and All the sportsmen of this Vicinity will be present. Closing of mails. At the Post office in this City the mails close As follow s Huntingdon and Cumberland 7 15 a. M., Ami 2 p. Iii. Cuing Ireland Ami Pennsylvania 8 60 a in. And 3 25 p. In. East no. 2, 9 a in. And no. 6, is in. Want no. 5, 3 80 p. In. And no. I 0gh> p. In. Cumberland and Pittsburg 1 35 p. In West Virginia Central and Pittsburg 6 30 a. In Aud 2 25 p. In. Ail mails close at it p. In. Orphans court at a session of tile orphans t ourt tuesday there were present judges Conidia Johnson Ami w Ilson Aud a. La. Dowden Register. Letters of administrations were granted to Daniel Nightengale on the estate of William Nigut Eugalee late of Allegany county deceased. John la. Heinrich administrator of William Holey deceased flied an inventory of the goods Ami chattels of said deceased. Close of the Public schools. Tile session of the county Public schools doted wednesday afternoon. In Many of the schools the exercises were of the usual character. At Maryland a i nue school in Titis City prizes were awarded the scholars for punctuation regular attendance and pro Iceney in studies a vacation of three months will be enjoyed by the overworked teach ers and their pupils who gladly Avail themselves of the much needed rest. Hud leu heaths. Heart disease is by far tile Newt freq a cause of sudden death which in three out of four ease is u tutus pooled. I be symptom Are no generally . In Are a Lia tiit of lying on tie rigid Side Short breath id ii or distress inside Back or shoulder i Rry Golar noise ast Luna weak and hungry spell wind in stomach swelling of Aukum a drop a. Impi Tiff Cun if ii him i Arnut Imit miss a Usu Nurmi Hook on Hort imams in Al w. K. Turners w lie sell and guarantee or. Miles unequalled new heart cure Ami ids it. Storage Nero Hie which euro Omro Uneas heal Tai lie us Cpl easiness effect it in using Etc. It contains to opiate. Death of a prospective Bride Mary Ellen c Unnis Jiam an estimable Young lady died at her residence him. Savage monday night at 11 45 of clock after three weeks illness from typhoid fever. Miss Cunningham w an to have been married to Frank Wehner of Frostburg last tuesday and her sudden death has aroused the deepest sympathy of her Many friends who hoped to see her a Happy Bride and instead of attending her wedding they have been called upon to whines her funeral which took place yesterday morning at it o clock. She was in the twentieth year of her age. Death of a aunt Lucy a a aunt Lucy Henderson died suddenly at i of clock tuesday morning in the tilth year of her age. She was an estimate coloured lady and was cultured having served As a Domestic in tile prominent families of the City. She was born in Virginia As a slave and after tile shackles of in Mage were released from the coloured race she Cairn to Cumberland where she resided the remainder of her life Ami where she a known by most of the people of this City. Funeral of Charles White. In he funeral of Charles Hite took place from his late residence on George Street where services were conducted by rabbi j. Kahn. The Floral tributes were numerous Ami exquisite and the funeral was largely attended by the friends of the deceased and his family. I he pallbearers were s. Hirsh Simon Rosenbaum it. Lichtenstein in in Mansbach m. Gotlie Charles Price s Tanzer and g. Eisenberg. The interment was in tin hebrew cemetery where after the funeral service of the Church was read by the rabbi the ritual of the by Nai b Ria was read. Closes with impressive commencement exercises five Young ladies graduate. The third annual commencement of he Union Street school took place wednesday afternoon and As is always the Case at this school tin exercises were interesting Ami attracted a Large audience which tilled Hie main auditorium and by the time Hie exercises were begun there was Only a standing the Rostrum was tastefully decorated with Beautiful Flowers Fern and the National colors in profusion and in front suspended in mid air worked in Evergreen the word a gradation a a conveyed in a striking manner the Climax of the afternoons proceedings. On the Rostrum were seated messes. Robert Shriver w. La. Shepherd and prof. In g. Wehner of the school Board Ami Rev. Or. J. A m off att and Rev. Richard Norris. On either aide were Rev. J. W. Finkbiner Rev. E. E. Weller and prof. Adams of Centre Street school. The audience was principally composed of the pupils of the school most of the girls being attired in White and the boy tastefully clothed made it a scene of splendor rarely witnessed in a school building. Here and there throughout the auditorium could be seen the fond Mother or the Happy father of the graduating Young ladies Ami their Many friends w Hose interest was Only exceeded by that of the participants themselves. The Day was hot Aud sultry and Hie waving of fans made the air Cool and cheerful. At 2 30 of clock the graduating class of 81, consisting of five Young ladles attired in atm coloured a dresses marched into the auditorium and occupied seats on the Rostrum in the following order misses Kila u. Wilson Agnes Grant Lillian p. Hodgson Emma Dawson and Laura b. Kelly while miss Mamie Adams who presided at the piano played an appropriate March. The following program was then carried out of lakh of by Etc i ski. Chorus halos Are blowing i to. Emerson prayer Hev. Hickam no be i. Chorus blithely Aud Jay Phil in Hull trained Eye i Ili Ian i. Hodosko. Piano duet. Racecourse Charles make misses Banks and Murray. Pride of a Dorby xxi m x m. Dawson a horns Farmer Power of association Lack v b. Kelley. Vocal a High in Tho heart misses window and Wedler. inventory wifi Aon is m. Chant. Piano Solo Carmen. Bizet Mesa Kona m. Tho Ell. Ella c. Wilsom. Presentation of diplomas by the school Board. Chorus italia. Donizetti. Address to Fradua Tiisik class John to White principal. Benediction _ _ Ken. J. E. Mowatt d. U. The program being unique As Well As absorbing by interesting. Was rendered without a hitch or Jar. The graduates distinguished themselves by the Mastery of the subjects assigned them and for their splendid rendition received tile uns tinted applause of the assemblage Anil All of them were recipients of exquisite bouquets a Friendly testimonials and Well wishes for their future live which May lie said to have auspiciously begun. The chorus of voices of seventy pupils of the school can not he too highly pained for their splendid singing. Miss Hattie m. Yaney their Inductor and director deserves credit for her excellent training of the pupils for this occasion. The entire affair was a pronounced Success and All Honor to those who by their labors gave such a creditable entertainment. It is a false claim. Elizabeth Ryan is in the hey sound in mind. Although she was at Montreal Iii inti Elixabeth Ryan who was removed to Sylvan Retreat is not from Allegany county All Iii at Board Bill. Inskeep Shaw nuptials. Tuesday morning at it of clock we. Inskeep and miss Bessie j. Shaw we Ere married at Centre Street m. E following upon the notice in the daily n Kos wednesday morning calling for information in reference to Elizabeth Ryan the Lunatic recently Brough from Frederic county a civilian repress Dative hearing that or. Richmond investigations had resulted Iii some developments yesterday called non that gentleman and elicited the following disclosure what do you know about the Elizabeth Ryan matter and what is the status of the Case queried the civil a Man. A Well sir a said or. Richmond a i know a Good Deal about the Elizabeth Ryan matter but done to know All about it yet. It has Given us a great Deal of trouble. When the claim of Frederick county for #2,1511.00 was to rat presented it seemed pretty extraordinary but our records Here showed that such a woman As Elizabeth Ryan had been regularly sent to Monteque Hospital in May 1874. And that for Ute past 17 years we had not been paying her Board there. The Board of commissioners directed me to examine into it thoroughly and i went to Frederick county for that purpose. A i then met or. Herr the keeper and also the Board of charities Aud corrections which is now in control of Monteque Hospital. I was shown a tall old lady of perhaps sixty years of age As Elizabeth Ryan. I endeavoured to talk w Ith her but found she was a hopeless idiot Ami nothing could Lee got from Lier. I questioned a number of inmates who All said she was Elizabeth Ryan and had been there for Many years. The books of the office showed nothing further than that Elizabeth Ryan had Bee sent there by order of judge Pear rein 1874, that she was still carried As such on their Rolls. I anally affected a Compromise with the Board by w hich we wire to pay them #1, in full of All demands to Date and then wrote to the commissioner to have her brought Home to Allegheny county where i presumed some of her friends or relatives would identify her. A upon my return Home yesterday morning i was informed that so far nobody seemed to know her or to know of her i then started an inquiry in every direction and hunted up the jury Only four of whom Are still living. Only one of them or. W. H. Wilkins remembered of sitting on the Case and he said he Gravid no identify her. Judge Ream was dead and j. C. Lynn the sheriff was not Here. I then had the local put in the news wednesday and that brought me the to rat reliable information. Several person called in response thereto and had strange stories to Tell but or. James m. Ii Fletch w put me on what i now believe is the right track. He told me that Many years ago there was a Bettie Ryan adjudged insane and sent away from this City and gave me the names of Hor Sisters. I hunted them up and from them Learned that this sister Elizabeth Ryan was adjudged insane and sent to Monteque Hospital in 1874 she was returned about one year afterwards As cured and is still living in this City. I went to see her and found her alive Ami Well. Bile stated that he was taken to Montev be Many years ago and after being there a year was sent Home cured and has let Een Well Ever since living in this City w Ith her Brothers and Sisters. I have now Little doubt that she is the Elisabeth Ryan who a sent from this county. A i also Learned from sheriff Walker that As he w As bringing the woman up from Frederick last week a voting Man at the depot in Frederick said he knew her and that her name w As Elizabeth wat ton and that site was from Barit county. Or. Wellington also telegraphed Here this evening that the woman was from a bibles county but on w hat ills in coffins to Bury dead. Car fare sending i it Oor away. Employees materials repairs farm and House. Livestock hogs and heifers. In w s4 i 606 1 56 of William Rainey Harper. William ii. Harper who has been elected for president of the new magnificent Chicago University was born in Concord Ohio july 20, 1855. He entered the Muski Ngum College when ten years old and when fourteen delivered a hebrew oration on commencement Day. He then entered Yale where he took pm. Degree. Since then he has been principal of several colleges and since i he. Professor of semitic languages in Yale. Or. Harper is a Layman never having been licensed or ordained to the ministry still lie is one of our Formost Bible critics. While belonging to tile progressive school of biblical interpreters or. Harper sympathies in vital respects with the generally accepted views concerning the Bible. The Board of managers make their first quarterly report on the condition of Sylvan Retreat report of the Alma House trustees Road supervisors report. At the meeting of the Board of county Gommi Asinero besides the transaction of business pertaining to the Levy the following reports were received anti acted upon Sylvan Retreat first quarterly report of the Board of managers of Sylvan Retreat Asylum for the year 1891 it it Herlan i it Mil june i la Ftp. Were married at Centre Merei Ai. To a a a a Church he key. In chord Norrie Piole. I form mob tobj.c.1 a do not jul know. Jones has a hearing Amos Jones coloured who was arrested Ami brought to jail last saturday charged with stealing $45 from la. C. Wenk at Frostburg last saturday had a hearing before Squire Gonder last even ing at 8 of clock. A number of witnesses were examined Ami after hearing their testimony the Squire held the accused in Tho sum of he it for his appearance la fore the next grand jury in default of bail lie was returned to jail. Jones was tried for the theft of a watch from James Dyer at Hie october term of court. The jury disagreed and the Case was put of the Stet docket it can Las called up at any time. A child scalded to death. Willie the three year old son of mrs Norman Rice who resides at no. In Bellevue Street was severely scalded at to of clock monday morning and tiled from the injuries after intense and agon iring suffering for nearly 24 hours at 9 30 of clock tuesday morning. The child a playing around ii room where ids Mother was washing clothes and he pulled Over a table con turning a vessel of hot Waler placed upon. 7 j. I j r i Iii i us r�4i i i to that sit j Maut in i it by the Kotlier Ami the Wale immerse a i Luau tvs. 1h,. Tile child scalding ids neck Ami breast. Tettion to hell ulitto the use or Twigg was summoned Aud gave what Relief was possible under tilt circumstances but death Only relieved the child a suffering. By Rev. Albert Herman Zimmerman i brother in Law of the Bride. At the hour named a Large concourse of friends of the contracting parties gathered it the i Church to witness the ceremony which j began As the bridal couple entered to the music of Mendelssohn s wedding March As played by miss Hulah Little. I he Bride wore it Fawn coloured travelling suit with gloves and hat to match and the Groom wore the conventional Black. Gates of Smilax were placed in the Centre aisles. After the bridal couple preceded by the Ushers Grant Mcintyre George v. Chuck a. H. Smith and f g. Pugh approached the pulpit the minis ters married them with Hie Beautiful a bring services of the m. K. Church. After receiving the congratulations of the relatives and friends present the Happy couple were driven to the Queen City depot and took their departure at 9 40 for a bridal tour embracing a visit to new York and other Eastern cities after which they will go to Charlestown w. A their future Home. The Groom is Secretary of the thenan 1 along Centre Street Doah milling company and manager of their store at Charlestown w. \ a., and the Bride is the eldest daughter of Levi Shaw of this City. Among those present at the wedding were Jil Shannon of Frostburg Tifton Kinsey of Keyser w. A. Misses Sansom Gephart and Barnhart and or. John Gap Hart of Bedford a. All i know at present about Case As it this is about the a what to you think of the now stands v a Well in the first place. I am convinced county its made a big mistake that Hie Elizabeth Ryan who was sent from Here to Montue is now living in Cumberland anti is not the woman at Sylvan Retreat at All. Whether that woman is from Allegany county or belongs to Cabarle county remains to be determined. I have started a correspondence with Charles county which will soon determine the matter. In the meantime i intend to probe the matter to the Bottom and you can rest assured i Frederick county will get nothing for her claim unless it shows up a great Deal better in the end than it does now. To the honorable Bourd of county of in amp Shuhua for alleyway comity a gentlemen a the undersigned Board of manager of Sylvan Retreat Asylum for the insane herewith present the first quarterly report in the second year of their management. It is a pleasant duty for them to report that the health of the inmates has continued very Good during the past three months notwithstanding the unusual amount of sickness which has been prevalent in almost every part of the country. There Lias Boun but one death in the institution during the Quarter just closed that of Theresa both of this county which occurred May 23rd last. She had been an inmate of the Asylum but a few weeks preceding the event. It i Gratifying to notice that the current expenses of tile institution have Thieu kept upon an economical Bani during the Quarter just closed which we enumerate As follows current expenses average per u-82 repairs. 112.58 the current expenses in the foregoing average include both salaries and supplies which we think your honorable body will admit to he far from extravagant. The repairs were urgently needed and were done by the order of your Board. Six patients have been received in the Asylum during the Quarter two male and four female one of the latter however died soon after admission mention of whom has already been made upon the w Hole the affairs of the Asylum have been in a satisfactory condition during the Quarter we leg leave to say that the institution is becoming Over crowded w Ith patients Aud that accommodations can lie found hut for a few More superintendent Kalbaugh assures us that the attendants have More patients than they can carefully handle and thinks they should have some assistance. We enclose herewith a report from or vouchers inclosed.$,710 70 duo second National 66 total Cost from june 1st, 1890, to june 1st, 1891, $8,826 29, which is a Little higher than former year owing to crop failures and necessary purchases of a horse harness Wagon mowing machine and other things to replace articles worn out by several years use. There Are now 66 adult inmates and 5 children cared for All comfortable at average Cost $8 per month. There is due the institution #915.30 from Garrett county for caring for 3 inmates which will probably be paid next fall. Road supervisor report. To the honorable the Board of county Commissi Omro of Allegany county tile undersigned in making this his 5th quarterly report As general supervisor of county roads has to report the roads in much better condition than they had been for several months in the past. I would recommend a special Levy on the King Road to be used to guard against the washing of the Road by will Creek at the farm of or. Clark. I viewed tile Blaschka Road and the Culvert at the Church which Culvert the Board was notified was not needed. I have to report that in my judgment it was needed and that it is Well constructed. The Herman Michael Road i found in a very rough condition and recommend a Levy of forty dollars for the construction of a crib to protect the abutment of the Bridge also would recommend in appropriation of ten dollars #10 for two 2 foot Bridges for the accommodation of children attending school in the Vicinity. On Owen Crump a Road i found i dangerous Bridge and directed him to repair it at once and recommend that a Small special Levy be made to pay him for the same. On May 5th i viewed the Pike a directed by the Board and reported on that Date the results of my examination. I recommend that a special Levy of fifteen dollars to l. Cartright be made for repair of the Road leading to the cemetery and school House at Oldtown said Rood having for some years been repaired by special Levy. I viewed the Bridge Over sideling Hill Creek constructed by a. J. Norris and report it As being Well constructed. I a would recommend a Levy of fifty dollars for cleaning the old Channel of sideline him Creek near the residence of a. B. Stottlemyer to prevent the throwing of Drift and obstruction on the county Road at that Point. I found on Argyle Wilson a Road Tojo Small Bridges Down which i directed him to rebuild without delay. The Road leading from Frostburg through Graham ton i found in bad condition and would state that it had always been repaired by special Levy. The Road from the Hoffman mine company a stable i found in bad condition and recommend a Levy of Twenty Flea dollars for its repair. The Pike from Frostburg to Clayville is in bad condition Aud i estimate that it will require a Levy of two Hundred and fifty dollars for its repair. I viewed the proposed Road through Barton on Latrobe Street from the legislative Road to the c. Amp p. Depot and found that three Small Bridges would be needed and estimate the Cost of Road and Bridges Al seventy five dollars. I recommend that a foot Bridge be constructed Over town Creek Al or near the residence of Upton Athey. I recommend that a special Levy of Twenty five dollars be made to w. A. Twigg to work the Oliver Beltz Road. I i would recommend that a special Levy of Twenty five dollars to Martin v. Rice be made for working that part of the Beltz Road in election District no. 3. I found the Mill Road to Morrison Mill in bad condition the Bridges being out of repair Aud the Road Iii a rough condition Aud needing immediate repair. I also found that some Plank were needed on the Franklin Bridge which i directed or waster to replace and repair the same. I found the Road from Laurel run to Lonaconing in had condition. I reviewed the work done by the supervisor at Pekin and have to report it Well done. I recommend a special Levy of ten dollars for the Mill Road across town Hill to be placed in the hands of John Ryan. Respectfully George s. Wit sox. Speck thu transition from Long lingering Ami i it Iii Iii to robust health Marks a epoch in Tho life of the individual. 8m ii a remarkable event la treasure fit the memory unit the ase us v whereby the food health la been attained la gratefully blessed lie Nee it his Hoard in Praise of Electrio v of e i Mieir Rester of the Ureal alter Atlee Smi tonic it you Are troubled Witeny Dica a of kidney liver or stomach of Long or abort standing you will surely Tim Relief by use f electric hitters. Hold Ai Fine. And $1 per bottle at Vav. A Turners drug store. Done to put cd thew up. Tile attention of the Street supervisor is most respectfully called to the fad that several of the property owners As far As the tire Brick have been Laid seem disposed to Patch up the Side walks in front of their premises. This should not he i he Side walk of Centre Street Haw been in a wretched condition for some time past and should have been repaired Long ago. Now that such an elegant Street is being put Down along that much used thoroughfare it will ins disgraceful to Patch up the Side w Alks instead it putting them in a first class condition w Hen such a favourable Opportunity is offered. There is on the statue books of the City an ordinance which has never been enforced a requiring All property owners to keep their aide walk in Good condition of after due notice by the Street supervisor i they fail to put them in Good condition then it May be done by the City and the property owners made to pay for tire same. J. Unrien physician to the Asylum arum respectfully ask your attention to the same. We respectfully suggest that your honorable body provide some suitable place for the coloured inmates of the Asylum so As to separate them from the White inmates we make this suggestion after mature reflection Aud a full conviction of its necessity. Wre subscribe ourselves very respectfully yours Geo. Landwehr k. Klinger we f. Thom As. Foot try Alm snot be. To the Honor it the j urn re of comity i pm in of a Ijuan county my or n i to ail no the trustees of Allegany county almshouse respectfully re shirt the operations of the institution from january 1st, 1891, May 30th, 1891, Iuchi Uve. Received 610 of lard. A c Alves. Hay. 8� it it Luau pension. Opportunity. Master of human destinies sin i Fame love and Fortune on my Steps wait. Cities and Heads i walk i penetrate deserts and seas Remote and passing by Hovel and Mart Aud Palace soon or late i Knock unbidden once at every Gale i of sleeping Wake if feasting Rise before i turn away. It is Tbs hour of Fate and they who follow we reach every stale mortals desire and conquer every foe save death but those who doubt or hesitate condemned to failure penury Aud woe. Seek me in vain and uselessly implore i answer not and i return no Morel John j. Ingalls a a a a but fail be not in this respect. Seize every Opportunity to travel Over the Chicago Milwaukee a St. 1 aul hallway. This is the advice of Geo. Ii. , general passenger agent Chi Cage Iii. #17 la 0 to to us Iuva total. Vaid out. Turn cerium. Provisions Ami food in it goods clothing shoes. Medicine for Ink Atai feeble too ladies wanted. Aud too men to Call on any druggist for a ire trial package it Lane s family Medicine the great unit and Herb remedy discovered by or Nilas lame while in the Rocky Mountain to r disease of the i mood liver Aud kidneys it i a positive cure. For constipation a ? 1,638 7 i Clearing up the complexion it Duce wonder a a it is the Ive Spring Medicine known. Two. Iii #s7 it 76 to to Iso size package fido. At a drug Toul ,

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