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THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER—-UPPER MARBOROUGH, MARYLAND, FEBRUARY 4, 1887.
■ - - Jlocal anb Ucrsomd. ArriTal and Departure of Trains—New Schedule. I eave tor Baltimore ami Washington 72S AM j Leave Tor Baltimore and Washington 3 50 PM , Arrive at Marlboro’ ....It 25 AM ' Arrive at Marlboro* ...5 51 PM j 8r37it133- There will be a inciting uf the County School Commissioners o ' Tuesday next. Miss Anne 1,. T.euUvell is visiting her cousin, Mrs. I. S. Wilson, airiving i.ere from Dm ham. X. IE, last Wednesday evening. The residence of Mr. R W . to* k, near ; Glendale, was destinyeti ly lire oti Sunday | last. Insured in the Farmers, of York, Pa. j Rev. Joseph Packard, of Virginia, 1 as been | called and lias accepted the rectorship of St. . Thomas' Pari.-li, Croom. He will enter np- ! on his duties about the middle of the month. ; There w ill be a meeting of the Ladies’As- j social ion of Trinity Church, at the residence j of M;s. I. S. Wilson, on Monday evening next at 4 o'clock. A full attendance is espe- i i iatty requested. A law passed ly the last Legislature itn- j poses a line of not more than live hundred dollars oiMinprisoimient for not mere than six months in jail or_iJ*ius- of Correction, as the penalty f..r carrying a slung-sbot. razor, pis to) or oilier daugetous or deadly weapon. The i nil of Mr. George X. Walker, of this county, for shooting John C. Miller, of Wash ington. was concluded in the Criminal Court of that city on Saturday last, a verdict of “not guilty" being rendered by the jury. Mr. Wallace A. Thomas, of Wcodville, and Mbs Alma Hunter were married last week at the home of the bride, Delaware City, Dela ware. Tlie groom is a well-known young farmer of Aquasco district and the bride lias f>>r several years been a successful teacher in i tit public schools. The executive committee if the Maty land State Grange met in Baltimore on Wednes day, and arguments were completed for open ing a bianch agency in Washington City* to meet the wants < f the farmers of Prince |i George's and Montgomery counties. Mr. diaries J. Kinsolvitig, ot Ibis county, has been appointed as the Washington agency*. Mrs. Helen M. Rothsteiu, having rented her late place of basin S 3 to Maurice E. Stal lings, lets this Tow n last evening for Balti more, wl ere she will make her future home with her two sons. Mrs. Rothsteiu has re sided here for a number of years, and lias a large circle < f friends in this community who regret her departure and whose best w islies lollow her. Judge Brooke was heie yesterday to in ar .argument on a petition to vacate and s,-t aside a decree for sale pissed in the Equity case of Burroughs vs. Burroughs. The case was ably argutd for the petitioners by F. 4>ao.ule i Uill, Esq., and for Gailher, Mortga gee, by Mr. George R. Gaither, ot Baltimore, and William Stanley, E ; q. The judge has not yet rendered a decision. He will be here again on Tuesday, the loth instant. i'ue diary laud S ate Temperance Alliance, Tviaaiu Iliggms, piesideut, aad G. S. Mosh er, sccreta.y, is matviug aitaogemeiits lurollgU o,,i ilie Sla.e, Teotuaiy 22U, lu favor ot eu . rati..ig a p.ou.oijOif uquoi amendment Ou ,i,e ,tiuiiiiuuva ot ,uc oiatc ol Aiaiy ..iuU a,e . .Cv pics.Ucot la cacii voUuLj auU otoei me.uocis .Hie ace., leqacsteu to aiiauge lor a leas, one meclliig In eveiv eUcl.ou uislnct in 1..e cOL.;i.ies. 111 lug me past tew nays tbiee more piia ouers have columiUea U> jail, increasing Hie uumoei ol rnmares to iti. They are Kiltie A.km>, colored, who is thought to be a luna tic; Cbailes Johnson, colored, charged with assaulting his wife with au axe; and Marga ret Harper, also colored, charged with robbing tie residence of .Mr. J. T. W. Compton, ol Woodville. If lucre is any truth rathe old legend oi “Grouau TTog TOay,' We picoume me oaeK bOue of Miu.ei is no.v oroKc.l aUU mat vie snail ~ave ac least six vveeks ot pleasant wcalbei. L St WeUiiesilay, Candlemas Day, wa, lac eventful dale, and as his l ogsuip wa unable to get even a glimpse if a shadow vv*3 uu ig me spring gardens can be got ready, aiJsi ir ii cl ottes unpacked. Navy Yard Employees. Senators Gorman and Wilson, Repre sentativ.'s Rusk, Shaw, Uomptou and Gibson and Mr. C. C. Lancaster, president of the May laud Democratic (.lub on Wednesday lut 1 an interview with Secretary Whitney at (he Xavy Department on the subject of the alleged discrimination against Democrats in the mstter of removals from the Washington navy-yard. Mr. Lancaster presented the names of vvoi kmen who had been discharged, it was cla med, because they were Democrats. 11 went ou to show that these men were c uiipeleut, steady and lailbtut, and in some cases superi u* in mechanical skill to men who vvere retained. He informed the Secre tary that of 160 men discharged, only three were Republicans, and that ofthe men retaiu id a majority are Republicans. Members of the delegation added what they knew* of the mailer and the men who were discharged, and argued that the large preponderance of Democrats among the discharged men was jirl inn fii' ii pioof that political considerations g .vented the discharge. I*. wss stated that Foreman Davis, who selected the men for discharge, was a R publican ami an active <uie. Se -relai y Whitney listened very altentive- I , and assured the delegation that the milter s .ouid be thorugbly investigated, lleiail that it was not liis policy ot intention that | employees should not be discriminated against, because of politics, but he certainly ! would not permit men ot ids own party to i suffer. He would see that if any injustice I bad been done it should be repaired. • A Faithful Pastor- We have read with a great deal of pleas- j me a very worthy compliment to the zeal ami i idustry and a beautiful testimonial of j the eminent Christian services, rendered by the Rector of Trinity Church while occupy ing the parish at Sllvei Springs, Montgomery county. It is a letter from the Vestry* and Wai liens of the parish expressing sincere re-! tret at the severance of Mr. Aviretfs Conner. t:o*i wi ll them as Pastor, and is the prodttc tion of the H >n. Joseph 11. Bradley who, I til mgh eighty five yoirs of age, still manifests I the sam • vigor a id sir* i*g*h of mte llect that j ch irac eriz -d him in Ids earlier days. In six- king of the work 1 1 our Rector in that field, he says .* “More than fourteen years ago. yon came to ns, a sparse population scattered overa wide extent < f country, with few ac-; live and earnest Cbrislan laborers, sciltered | here ami there wnhont affilialive interest tint unites them in action, and in that spirit ! i lone *an n *cess b* hiqed for; wl h j on- sinill, weak, conijiaratively infit chapel j and congregation : and you leave ns with ihreu other jilaces of worship free from debt or j any temporal embarrassments t a large ami earnest communion, the three several < Impels vying in a spirit of Christian etthrt to spiead th knowledge of the Gospel." The Orphans’ Court, There was a -pedal meeting ol the Orphans' Court on Tuesday, a toll Bench in 1 attendance. The following are the proceed j incs: Ordered, Hint tire bond of Join l V j Grimes, administrator of William A. ! Grimes, deceased, be approved notice j to creditors ordered and John 'f • Jones | and William H. Hefm-r, appointed ap -1 p raisers. Ordered', that Samuel T. I rofi, ad ministrator of Daniel Seltzer, deceased, sell personal property of said deceased, for cash. Ordered, that the Ist and final account of Sarah A. .Loveless, administratrix ol Elisha B. Loveless, be passed. Adjourned until Tuesday re.unary j lolls, HB7. | Maryland Jockey Club Stake?. The Spring meeting of the Mary land ' Jockey Cinb will bo held May 9, 10, It and . 12, ami the live stakes open to close March 1 I are the Raticocas Handicap ; the A ernal i Sweepstakes, fV>r three-year-olds which have j not won a sweepstakes in their two-year-old ! form ; the Peyton Handicap, the Claybangh Mcnioria' Stakes, for two-year olds, half a | ini Ip, ILO r*ni apsro Tor t^ojesr* j olds, live An longs. The flowers aie earlier in I Baltimore than Xcw York, and horses can be i trained to advantage there in the Spring. — Washington is only a shoit distance from the metropilis of Maryland, and stables can par ticipate in both meetings without running up heavy bills in the shape of traveling expenses. | The Maryland Jockey Club is one of oar old- ] est racing organizations ; Hon. Oden Bowie is | president, and Mr. C. Wheatlv is secretary. j Law Points for Farmers and Others- The following compilation of business j law contains tbe essence if a large amount of legal verbiage, and will be found useful for farmers and business men generally .* If a note is lest or stolen, it does not re lease the maker; he must pay it, if the con sideration for which was given and the a connt can be proven. Xotcs bear interest only when so stated. Principals ate responsible for tbe acts of their agents. Each individual in a partnership is respon sible for the whole amount i f debts of the firm, except, in cases of special partnership. Ignorance of the law excuses no one. The law requires no one to do impossibili ties. An agreement without consideration is void' a note made on Sunday is void; con tracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced. A note made by a minor is void; a contract made with a minor is void ; a contract made with a lunatic is void. A note obtained by fraud, or from a person in a state of intoxication, cannot be collected. It is a fraud to conceal a hand. Signatures made with a pencil are good in law. A receipt for money is not always conclu sive. “Value received” is usually written in a note, and should be, but it is not necessary,— If not written it is presumed by the law, cr may be supplied by I lie proof. Tbe maker of an “accommodation” bill or note (one for which lie lias received no con sideration, having leidhis name (-r credit for the accommodation ofthe holder) is bound to all other parties precisely as if there was a good consideration. Xo consideration is sufficient in la v if it be illegal in its nature. Cheeks or drafts should be presented dur ing business hours, bur, in tins country, ex cept in the case if banks, the time extends through the day and evening. If the drawer of a check or draft has cl ang eJ his residence, the holder must use all reasonable diligence to had him. if one holding a check as payee, or other wise, transfers it \o another, 1 e lias a rigid to insist that the check be presented that day, or at the farthest, the day following. A note indorsed in blank (tbe name of the indorser only written) is transferable by de livery, the same as if made payable to bearer. The time of pa\ meat of a note must not de pend ou a contingency. The promise must be absolute. A bill may be written upon any paper or substitute for it, with ink or pencil. The payee should be distinctly named in the note, unless it is payable to bearer. An indoiser has a right l faction against all whose names were on the bill when lie re ceived it. ■ If the letter containing a protest of non payment be put in the posKflice, any mis carriage does not effect the party giving no tice. Xotice to protest may be sent either to the place of business or of residence i f the party notified. An oral agreement must be proved by evi- I deuce. A written agreement proves itself.— j The law prefers written to oral evidence, be cause of its precision. The Art Amateur For February has for its most striking feature an admirable do übie-page crayon drawing—“ The Man at the Wheel,” — by E* Renouf. Scarcely less noticeable is the fine charcoal head of Alfred Tennyson, by Jacques Reich, from the drawing in the Salmagundi exhibition. Among tbe numerous practical designs are several for chasubles and chalice veils, a panel of oak leaves and acorns for wood carving, and decorations for a fruit plate (apples) and a square vase (p'llox.) A long and interesting illustrated notice is given of the A. T. Stewart collection, which is to be sold next March. The specially practical topics treated in ibis number aie fruit and portrait painting in oil, the used' water col . ors, china painting and church vestments. — | There are also several useful articles on inte rior decoration, including a suggestive talk lon the ‘•Color Scheme of a Room.” The va i rions exhibitions and other themes tf current ! ait iutere-l receive pungent notice in -My | Xole Book" and the 1! ston and I’aris corre i spondence. A prize of One Hundred Dollars ! for the best tlcsign for a new cover for The j Art Amateur is t tiered by the publisher, Mon j tague Matks, ti'-i I'niou Square, New York. Rheumatism and Neuralgia Cured The Indiana Chemical Co., Crawfords ville, Indiana, have discovered a e< mpoiind j which acts w itii truly marvelous rapidity in l the cure of Rheumatism and Neuralgia.— They guarantee it to cure any and every case of acute Inflammatory Kheum uism ami Xen i ralgia in 2 Days, and to give immediate relief in chronic cases ami eft* ret a spte ly cure. On receipt of .20 cents, in two-cent stamps, they w ill send to a;v address ll.e prescription for this wonderful compound, w hich can be ; filled by your home druggist at sinill cost.— j They take this means of siring their discov : ery to the public instead of pu’ting it out as a j patent medicine, it being much less expen sive. They will gladly refund in nicy if s.tlis -1 faction is not given. The distressing dis t-•. Silt Rican, s readily cured ly R., ti's Saisapaiilla, the j great blood pnrili-r. Sold by ad dniggis's. A Picnic for the Economical ! The ebanre of getting strictly First Class < milling at I such absurdly low ju ices that ii w ill j> iy to liny them for next season's ii><* at ( )ehm X Son. Stirring and Satisfactory Clothier.-, cor ner I’ralt and Hanover. Baltimore. Don’t miss the oj poituiiily. i ~V Cuintlec— The great Malaiia, Fever and | Ague Remedy. Reliable, Safe and Efficient. Price 50 cents per bottle. For -aie hv all druggis’s. . Miscella n con sAd vc'lisciu n t s Actual Cost and roa 1 value atv not considered in our colossal cash clearance sale We intend to close out < very Overcoat, every Suit and every Winter garment nelore ihe end of tins month if possible. W hat. ever von may wan! in Mmis. Boy's nr < 'hihln n's stylish and dependable (’lothing ready-made and made to order, we will sell it at a rede,.-lit noflo to 'J-' per cent, from our previous extra j low prices and certainly 4-> to | .70 pm* cent, lower than eoiipeli ; tors ash. Ii will pay to buy lor next season's use at our present slauyhler prices. Von cant al lot* 1 1 1 * bn v be flirt* see my. jsfe 4 fa; W WC3 at si se Ai fvf -Jcc Js q | Thoroughly Rjiiable Clothiers PKATT A HA.AOVB.H TS. Sniijdes a.i t self m ats iu incias >l-i i i-u :ij 1 plica)ion. [J in 28—. T ] j _____ WW /\ INFORMATION at this suffer from / Aljjllklil \ neither X. y ITeadach \ V|i|| JJ JJ M ■ / Neuralgia, lihemnntism, Pains tlte Pi mbs, Pack and \ Sides, Pad Plood* Indigestion,Dyspepsia? JHala ria.Con-atljwtionSKidney Troubles. ■h—-VOLINA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, Rad Blood and Kidney TronßU*. by clcansfn* tho Mood of all Its impurities, uli part# of the body. -t—VOLINA CORDIAL CURES SIGK-HEADACHE, Kenralpla, Pains In the LinilM, Back and Sides, by toning the nerves and strengthening Use muscles* -) —VOLINA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion and Constipation, by aiding the as*im ilatiug ofthe FOod through the proper action ofthe stomach ; it creates a healthy appetite. VOLINA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, Depression of spirits and Weakness, by enliven- ing and toning the system. -*—VOLINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED and Delicate Women. Puny and Sickly Children. It is delightful and nutritious as a general Tonic. Volina Almanac and for IMH7. A handsome, complete sudu&efut Book, tellinirhow to CT'RK I>IKKASK4 i HOME iu a pleasant, natural way. flailed ou receipt of u 2c. postage slump. Address VOLINA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO., U. 8. A. -S,.p. 3rd, IBSO ly. SIBLEY’S OTESTEOO SEND llluinted CATALOGUE , Vegetable. Flower. Field QKrG’flC ! Plants. Bulbs. Imniem'ts. & sh>JU*9 . p bv wall on application. R Cm EL Boa t neglect writing tor It. I HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.' ROCHESTER, N. Y. CHICAGO. ILL. I 322-316 E. Kata R. 22-1117. CUrl St. I Decfiiibei Kiilr, I>Mi —2ni. FRANK HUME WHOLESALE Grocer and Liquor Dealer, No. 454 Fenna. Ave., WASHINGTON, D C, tL7"AIt GreaU i‘.u*k-J and I >-1:<-i.■ F;c* ol Charge. Jan. 29. 1 —ly. NATIONAL HOTEL WASHINGTON, IX C. ijtirscsl Hotel in the f iff/. Rcmoth-left. Rcfurnihetl. .Vcic M*nsengt , r t'tmitor. I’rii-i s from $2 •*)() to ¥4 |*r d ■<, ac, oiilinr to loi-ation nf mom. This Hotel is pleasantly 1 n*at'-d. and is con venieul to oil Government D.putiiieuts. Baft*st Hotel in tin* county In ea-.e of fire, having six tliff-ren 1 siaiiways from lop to i giomid lion'. Horse cars p-iss t* • •! ■ i. alt pans of Cilv. i . IKNXLV X CO.. Dec. 25, 1885—tf. Prop's. —wnrrai iiiaMgmaMaßW for Infants and Children. “Castorla is so well adapted to children that I Castorla cures Colic. Constipation, [ recommend it as superior to an v prescription I Sour Btomach, Diarrltma, EructuiG'n, krowu to me.” 11. A. Aarnrit, M. 1... I Kil %^" ns - civtS sit '° P ’ auJ I™*** <U * 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, X. Y. | Without injurious medicatico. Tuz CZHTifR Coui-ixy, IS2 Fultou Street, N. Y. Xi.ViMIl >*r 19. 1 "U -tv. GUNS, mULIiS AND UKVOhVEUS, AMMI Nil IOX run SAME. Kv.-rvtliiug 1..!..ii i.. ■ • s, ..*-... , j„ ~ Gann*. Gmiils sunt In F.xj ivs, ('. <i. D. nil -.n-iV : uriiil r-l. i.ii i ,i . , and ;i!l ropairinz ilime by skilled Mci'lmuics. ALEX. MCOMAS, Augii't 1! dm. *2*2 N. CalvtTl Mliqq'j, IC.iliiaunrr. df : sccllnnrous ■ Idvcr’incnts. BOLTON BROS., mi \ i i in (ihiss, Oils Paints, fias sail Pias Tar. (Mu,PM; Elaine, Coal ami Gasoline Oils, i. \\ii --. *-u,x ai. i. \ vrr.nxs, xv., x.- Engineers and Machinists Ready Mixed Paints,: "‘'■"afKL.:''” oils ■: kill .15 II -s*. iJ I.! -I* Kelt. ' ESoß.T<>\ Esst<>.^. *5-2 11 si (I i. 2 HIM PRATT ST., ! 5 A I Ti M >i J F. A 1 -i:’ n. '•: I • "tub mm: I) Oijl’ if' <\tr/>Kihjli'li Mt/:it<lv\ (i'lilil/KIHt/, \ , lyi.r .■-I . 1- ever been pnslm (..| in n iri V ■ r:ie Mlkn.li* ** The iXio.nV ‘ i>-ii ’.ev ’(’uu- V ( iunpruiy, sfb’ftc I Hicrt- hv ililluM - . ai ti Suit!. da and-cut nuliis \\ jiiiTv. We tr.u> vvh. will send u> wrappers as lc -low u series of seven these artists, in character Hint costume, i tie* ton*.-: i lio!o S ia|.bic gvlHtinc work ever produced. Tliey comprise G> raid ;•<■ I'i .a'.a 1 *V an V rn.' Mi st*s I ’ni v. Foster and Bt. Manr, as ••Three. liiUfi* Maids IV.mi Sclkx I ” Kale F . ter, a-...... -PiMi Sing " George I t orne.. s ~‘*Kii Ko.” lAiiiiii'f Founds, a-* -Nanki Poo.” Fiedei i i. ns -fiie Mikado." Fred Bi'liiig'ini. a-* -Pooh Bali." D . <1 r |nice f..r t! ese porlai'* is Iwenty flvecen!' .eaeb, bin loanv on>* win uses om ■o;qi, ale! Pen ling ns 15 a ,p;i ■ , . I Dobliln's •ilei: : S ll I In I (mslotfi *e address, we j lid send the whole series, ,n -tag- ped and! I. L. CRAGIN & CO., I ID S .Fourth St., IMilla ISarhotir A Eininiltoii, WIIOI I>AI K A(.K\TS, 614 & 616 Pennsylvania Ave.^ August 20—Iv. Ik Con:t v Y7. Timm. II I*. Whitblev i THOM & WKITELEY, Bankers & Brokers, Cor. German <y* Cal mi Sts, P. C. Pox ICO- BALTIMORE, MD nti i.i: n\ i’KH-missiox to Hex. S. Ii SIANOK, l'i*i*ia; M.via Mu. | FK.WKLIX IIAXK, liAi.i iMouK M.viivi. txn. : .T~7 (*ori .''pondeius- e h e ly 's catarrh cream hbhim _ ■ (I He's relief at onee WmA MBMaSSi Cara M 1 COLD IM CATARRH HAY FEVER Wt / rnnjf or I'mnder. Free fr(.m Jujuri- Bg*;,] a'is l>run anil MML . I Taitica oMm. . HAY-FEVER " A particle cf the Halm is applied into each nostril, is agreeable to and is tjuickly absorbed, effect ually cie.’uisw? the nasal passage* of virus, causing hcaltliy It aGayspaiu nnd fnflarimation.protects themenw branalliniug* of tiio Lead from sdtiitional colds, completely noa!* the sort s and restores the sense | of taste and smell. Beneficial results are realized i by a few applications. thorovah treatment vUlcnre, Price ro cents at druggists; by mail, registered, 6n cents. Cirtulars sent free. KLY BBOTII UfiS ? Druggists, (Kvego, N. V. Catarrh in Not a Blood Biseaac. No matter what parts it may finally effect, ca tarrh always starts’in the head, and belongs to the head. There is no mystery about the origin of this dreadful disease. Jt beuins in a neglected cold. One of the ki#4 that is ♦♦sure to be better in a few days.’* Thousands of victims know how it ie by sad exj>erience. Ely’s Cream Balm cures colds in head and cafarru in all its stages. November Vl —ly. Tin WANT JSAI.KSMKN cver\where. ! yy local and tiavelitig, to sell our noods. i Will pay good salary ami expenses. Write fo? ! terms at once, anil state -alary wanted. STAND ADD b.LVEU WAIIKH )Ml‘ V. j Feb 1 Im. lLsl(*u,Mass • P. IJ. I Irish eIC Jr. <f- Co’s Column USE . HF, I SKULL’S MIXTURE ■lib' High <;: .!■ GUATUO ilia* will make Wlll'Al und iliA., reMne | Worn < Mil Lands and enrarli poor sei!. '1! e leal: / •!i>m of nr ambition to produce I jin HKfSKKI.I/S M1 \TL 11K ile //;u///>7 j \ (iUAhK (iI’ANO before ibe public, makes it our pleasure Jo I lim lor it without Jiesifa lion i)nit iu .'nloinoj; to its capacity and j live •inaU'V-; a- a emp grower, its eomlitions ( I'm* inip-dving' l!.d s.i ; l a* lal^.l. PI Ri: UROVND UA M RONE. H El S KELL’S AmmoiiialtMl Dissolved Hone Snper-Hliospliale. | Tlu‘ Uojiuliu* < KOI’ Producer, Consolation A Standard Wheat Guano. HLIBKELL’S i: m m Tankage, Azotine, zVcid Phos lihate, South Carolina Rock Di.-polvod, Kaiuit, Etc. . ... is to the in erest of all to give ns a call before buying their GUANOS*. .* | Neir Crop Western Timothy and Clo ver Seed , ORCHARD AND BLUE GRASS RED TOP, SEED WHEAT AND RYE. THE EMPIRE GRAIN DRILL. Mauufacturetl at 81iai*pvill(*. X>w York. 8. •i. 10 and 11 Tnbi*. TO 'lltV THEM, Is to r.t y them, ro itry them is to own lii- iiidsi I’KUFKG f FOUt.’K RKKD. Af(TBATK and DFKABI.F. GUAIX and FERTH.I/EB DIHEE on t!i.* Maiket. THE GILPIN, VS. Any Plow in the World. OOLUMHIA CHILLED PLOWS. Old Hickory Wagons. i \V. b.iM' j is| roi-i-m- 1 aiidiln-r I' Alt EO \ll | fiSijsjireln •< *ll■' i i■■ •1 1 F.uiii W.igdi. and I buve 1 ttriii f-ii* sib- id all si/i*s. Wide* and liar ! nu lira I. 1 tiiin'di* skin and Iron Axl>*. will ;nd witfidiil I) *d-. Tli*y no ai*k id.vlodged Tin* Rest Wagon on Wheel**. Wr it* f.ir i cirri la *. At ME AM) CHAMPION h: jl. o ws i. \TEST i.MEKOVED *p*R TVj.gj.g. f. i Bailing I I n and Saaw A I EEE I.EXE OF Cider >IIIN, Fred Cutler*, and ( oni SliollriM .4sjr/ru/fnral TJ 'urehousc Seed Store, Hilt l.oui-iana Ave. and 91(1 J . Sf., A . W ~ Between 3th and 10th Sts , Centre Market and Hay -eales, and Cm*. IE and Water street, S. W WASHINGTON, D. V, Augii't 27. 1886—ly. II Man ii t* Co.’s Cii/u}nii. I ’ • I TO THE FARMERS OF Pfiiict' touts Cmintv !| u i We Call kr Attention to Our Different BRANDS OF Fertilizers, j MANN’S | Pm Raw Bon M .Is made from BUTCUEU BOXES, which have not been steamed or baked and eou tains a larger percentage of AMMO NIA and BONE PHOSPHATE of Eime than any other Bone in the Market. PURITY GUAR ANTEED. MANN’S runs raim bobs dust. Strictly Pure from Adulterations. MANN’S Potomac Ammoniated Super Phosphate. Compered, of ground BUTCUEU BONES and high glade Aniinoniacal matter. This is a Complete MANURE containing all the e'emeids of piajßrfnod it is necessary to apply to ll.e soil, ft is free from all adulterations or cheap ingie lients to make bulk. And is offered * at the I.OWEST PRICK ( onsistenl with its high quality, its dryness and flue mechanical con dit on nukes it specially adapted for dril ling and is recommended as being Prompt. Permanent and Efficient. and is manufactured with great care under our personal supervision. SAMI EES AND PRICE LIST SENT OX AFIT.ICATION. s3= We guarantee, that we can furnish j these articles at a smaller COST than they can be procur ed in other Cities. i P. MANN & CO. 207 7TH STREET, IST. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. August 2<)—fy. ) 1 Mis cell a 7? coit s j ■--- - - I TO ALL iPItE GfORGMNS I GREETS <3- OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK of MEN'S YOUTHS’ BOYS' and CHILDREN'S iCLOTHINiG | is now complete in every detail, ; j and having made special provi sion to moot the wants in that re i gard of tbo residents of Prince George's County, we believe I that if you fail to examine our I goods and prices before buying | elsewhere, you will lose an op portunity rarely offered of pro- I curing high grade CLOTHING for Men and Boys' at lower prices titan you usually have to pay for goods of inferior qualities. Children’s Suits, ages 4 to with short Pants, from $2.50 ™ SIOO. Boys’Suits, ages 14 to IS, long Pants, M pieces from $3.50 T ” $12.00. Gentlemen’s Suits from $5.00 T ” $25.00. Gentlemen’ Overcoats from $4.00 TO $30.00. Boys’ and Children’s Overcoats in proportion. Separate Pants for Men and Boys in great variety. We have not sufficient space to describe in detail our SUPERB STOCK hut you owe it to your selves that you should investigate our claim of selling the finest kinds of goods at the lowest prices. Everything marked in plain figures. One Price to all. THE GOLDEN EAGLE Clothing Co., N. W. Cor. 7th andD Sts, WASHINGTON- D. C JM. GRADY, ... Majiager. u7"Eook for llifi Housi* with all Blue Signs September 24—3 m. 8.11. EARIVSHAW &BRO. \VIIOI.ESALE AND RETAIL G-ROCERS I'LOVH, VEED AND LicxuoT* Dealers, Cor. Eleventh and M Streets S. E. (Gaddis* Old Stand,) WASHINGTON, D. C. HAVING greatly enlarged our business by securing two large Warehouses for stor ing the immense Stock of Goods that we are compelled to carv to siqip'y tbe extraordinary j increase in our strade, we will say. that we are now prepared to meet all demands for goods in our line at prices that will satisfy all buyers. We are large receivers of Flour and Grain Iron) the West. Groceries and Liquors from first hands, and w ith the experience of twenty-live veats in tlie business we can safe ly promise our friends that we will meet their expectations, i Remember our famous Brands of Flour, i “WHITE AND (JOED,"Fancy Minn i’atenf “TRYITIENA” —Winter Patent. ! “DKUSII.LA”—St. Louis “ I “OUR SECRET"—Choice “ | “SUN BEAM"—A Choice Family, | and any other lower grades of good quality, but remember the biands mentioned never fail to give satistaaiqp—every barrel warrant ed. Goods packed and delivered to trausjioita tion companies free of charge. Buists' celebrated Garden Seeds in large as soitiuenls. B. B. Earns haw, & Bro. I Cor 11 th anti M Sts. S. E., WASHINGTON, D. C. August 27, 188(i-ly. DRY GOODS j HAMILTON EASTER & SONS j BAXaTIMOnE ST. j East of Charles St.,W!iite Marble Building. IIALTVYIOKF- HID., ARE Lane Importers. Jobbers and Retailers | OF DRY GOODS i Their assortment ineindes goods of every : class that pertain to a well arranged, first-class Dry Goods House. . We aim to keep nothing that will prove of i good value to purchasers for the money jiaid, and the best goods for the price can invariably be found with ns. , O irn ui iui i**,) i i*i > i f>.* t'i! past 56 years , and the fact that every article lias the price i uiaiked on it in plain figures, thereby giving ! the assurance to those who do not know the j value of goods, that tliey are paying no more I Ilian those who do, is a great inducement to | deal with ns. In addition to our Retail Trade, Country Merchants can buy from us ibe better class of goods, not usually found in Jobbing Houses, i at the Wholesale Price. We scud Samples \v!ie*i we receive plain ! and explicit direction in regard to color, and about t lie price w anted. tlit* most |*rfei*l Don e Feed Fertilizer l>rill in c\- 1 * SHW “SiViia 1 . Steam Engines, ninrD RITTTC TIIKKIIIX4i NAiHI.Mh , UlUilil JulLLijj CORK KIIFLIzKKS* and StMu j i dard Agricultural Implements generally. Seudfior | dlustratod eutaloyue. A I*. FAUQI'IIAK, Pennsylvania Agrioiillural Works ViMflt. Pa. * August 6 Im. | Baltimore Advertisements. To Those Who Have Never Used Any 01 Stonebrakers's Family Medicines and Standard Preparations. TIIKSE VALUABLE MEDICINES are for sale by nearly every storekeeper in the | I 'tiled States. They have been in general use since 1 S4l>. TVnty-.reven years! Think of it ! Now <lon*i*|t stiike you I hat if these medicines were not soothing, condoning, and j fining tl.ejsick precisely as they are guaran ! teed to do‘the dealers certainly wouldn’t keep [ them We asu ? you that not only do they | keep theni]hiil any dealer will .highly reconi j mend any one of Stonehraker's Medicines. I they are old, auiHiue. STONEBRAK KITS Asthma Cure, Cures ASTHMA. STONEBRAKER’S Catarrh Cure, Cures CATARRH. cures Rheumatism, Sprains, Bruises. Neural- * gia. Swelled Joints, Frosted Feet, Ring Worm, Old sores.rf any kind, Sote Throat, Mumps, Tetter. Poison, (lout. Spinal Diseases, I. nn bago. Pleurisy, pains under the shoulder blade or in the chest. We guarantee this lininir t to be unequalled, and so far nothing apptoach es it as an external remedy for pains of all de scription. Stoneb-akcr’s Worm Syrup Is the .greatest destroyerjin .the world. No parent should he without it. The’tasle is not disagiceablc, an 1 1 lie children ,do i*t ol- Ject lo taking it. We man mend ii. kn >wii g it hasn’t an equal. Stonehraker's Cough Syrup Is ihe iciogni/ed co gh remedy of the age Stonehraker's Liver Pills \\ ill do yon moic good than you can tell about, Use them ami write us how you are feeling. Stonebrakei’s Cures Craiiqis and Cholera Morbus. Stonehraker’s Blood and Liver Corrector Is the nation's, staunch remedy .for (Brights Disease, Blood Poison, and all chronic disor ders of the Liver. If you are constantly tiled from overwork, or you feel all out of soi ls, or if your spark of ambition has gone out, you are on the verge of Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Chills or some other one of those frightful disorders, which takes root and devclopes in a run’ down system.— An occasional dose of STONEBRAKER’S IRCN TONIC will ward oil'these diseases and restore your vigor. It is a pure Iron Ton ic ami an unexcelled stimulant. Stonehraker's Indian Gnm Diarrhoea Mixture, cures Diarrho' and Chronic Dysentery. This is the only certain cure for Cholera Infantum. Don't hesitate to give it lo your children, it lias cured thousands af eases of summercjiii plaint, after the little ones have been pro nounced hopeless by our nest pbysiciars. XI irtyseven years of increasing demand has made STONEBRAKER'S HORSE,'CATTLE, SHEEP and HOC POWDERS the choice of the people. The great stock raisers of the West attribute their success to the frequent use of Stonehraker's Horse and Cattle Pow ders. Ask for Stonehraker's ami sea that yon get them. Here's Health to YourlPoultiy. Take care of your fowls. STONF-BRAKER’S POULTRY POWDERS contain medicinal properties which cannot be estimated. No contagious disease has .ever taken root among the feathered tribe where our jiowders are fed according to directions. As many as 700 rats were killed in one nlgnt, at the Madison Avenue Car Stables, Baltimore, Md., with STONEBRAKER’S RAT AND ROACH EXTERMINATOR. For Ants and Roaches, Bugs and Fleas, That break your rest and eat your cheese : A doctor—death for all of these IsStonedieakeu's Insect Powheks. Price,’.Ten Cents. STO.XEBRAKER'S Family Medicines and Standard Preparations PREPARED ONLY 15V THE Stonehrakcv Chemical Co., BALTIMORE, MD., U. S. A. * July JO, ISSo—ly. W. N. DALTON. MONT. STRICT.AND. Dalton & Strickland, DEALERS IN Fine Shoes. POPULAR PRICES. 939 Pennsylvania Avenue, IV- W and 93*2 D Street N. W., Apr. 23—6 m. WASHINGTON, D. C. ford’s Basai 51 West Baltimore St, (4 Doors East of Gaj,) BALTIMORE, IMIIO. The greatest variety of HOUSEHOLD GOODS* specially low prices. FINE SILVER WARE, JEWELRY PICTURE FRAMES. MUSIC BOX ES, CLOCKS,ENGLISH AND AMER ICAN TABLE CUTLERY, BRACK ETS, BIRD CAGES, SATCHELS. UMBRELLAS, GLASS WARE, AL BUMS, LAMPS, JEWEL CASES, FANS, DRESSING CASES, OPERA GLASSES, ACCORDIONS, DOLLS, TOYS, GAMES, BASKETS, ETC Jan. 22—ly. A FASHIONABLE BALTIMORE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, J. F. SEVERE, N. W. Cor. St. Paul anil Fayette. Sts., (Underthe Mansion House,) BALTIMORE, Guarantees a\ Good Fit, and nothing hut First Class Stock and No. 1 Workmanshiv. All Country Orders prompt ly attended to. Oct. 23, 18S5—ly. J. W. BOND & ca PUBLISHERS, iloohsdlers d Stationers, 90 and 9*2 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE. * ELECTIC EDUCATIONAL SEBIEB. The Best Books at the Lowest Prim McGuflTey’s Readers and Speller White’s Arithmetics, Kay's New Arithmetic*. Kay’s New Algebras. Schuyler’s Algebra* Schuyler’s Geometry” Harvey’s Language i.essoits- Harvey’s Kleraentary Grammcr. Harvey’s English Grammer, United Eclectic Geographies, Mid. Md. Eclectic Copy-Book. Eclectic ft. S* History. ThaUieimer’s History of England. " Thalbeimer’s General History. Norton’s Elements of Physics. Norton’s Chemistry Brown’s Physiology and Hygiene * Andrews's Manual of the Constitution■ Andrews's Elementary Geology. Bartholomew’s Katin Series. Buffet’s French Conn*, sf- Buffet’s First I.essons in French. 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