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Arrival and Departure of Trains—New Schedule. l eave for Baltimore and W asliington 1 Leave for Baltimore a<id Washington Arrive at Marlboro' *7, p\j Arriveat Marlboro - The Orphaus' Court- There was a special meeting t.l the Or phans'Court on Tuesday, will. .Imiges l lag ett and Wilson iu attendance. The following ; are iho pioeeedings : Oulcrcti. Hint .lei.n C. George. adm.n.s tralor of .lames T. Pa vis, sell the good - and chattels of said deceased at public sale. Ordered, that the bond of .h-unmti How ling and George rinmuier, executors o .John Bowling, deceased, m the sum of , SIO,OOO, be approved and that Charles 11. McPherson and .John T. W. Compton be appointed appraisers. Notice to cteditoi ordered. Fire Association Meeting- Tl.ere was a well attended meeting of the Matlboro’ Fire Association on Tuesday : evening last, with Mr. Magntder. the 1 test dent, in the chair. The Secretary, Mi. Jos S. Wilson, was absent, and Mr. I. S. Wilson I acted as Secretary, pro tem. The Building Committee, through their chairman, Mr. Darcy, reported that the di mensions of ilie Truck House had been agreed upon and that the contract f.r building the same had been awarded to Mr. .loin. C. Wy ville for $342 ■-•'>. ti e h< use to be completed within tiO days. The report was adopted. The committee appointed for the purchase of the Truck, etc., reported through Dr. Grif fith, that the Truck and complete outfit would he ready for delivery in a shoil time, Il.e Treasury was authorized to sell the county paper iu his hands at the best price be could get. On motion, t'.e Brest dent appointed .Messrs. Win. Stanley and Jos. S. Wilson to prepare and have execute I a deed for the site of Truck House. The Secretary was requested to write to the Rdlroad Company iu regard to special r des of freight on the Tiuck. The Truck House is to he Tox3o feet, and two stories high. The upper room will be user] for an Assembly Boom for the Fire As sociation. The Association adjourned to meet on T. the 30i.1t day of April. A Banquet to Mr- Marbury- A banquet, says the Baltimore Sum was given Saturday night at the Balt.mote Club, on North Chailesstreet, to Mr. Win. L Marbury by a t.mulct of bis friend.-', mostly lint not all. gethcr joungrr ineiubets of the bar. Tue Hefotm League was largely repre sented. Mr. W C. 1 truce hart charge of the arrangements. The ho nor was paid Mr. Mar bury as an cx | lessir u ef the gratification ot ids friends at his pn ftssiota! success in the recent trial and arquittai of Burgess, who was charged w 111. peijury in swearing that SI e itf Bledderman had offered to bribe him to vote a Democratic ticket, and as an expres sion of their approval of tlie political outcom ingsofthe trial Mr. John K. Cowen presid ed, and there were present Mr. Bruce, Mr. Marbury, Major K. M. Vcnab'e. Skipwith Wilmer, Dr. F. Donaldson, A. H. Robertson, Fendali Marbury, Bradley S. Johnson, Teaok ie Wallis, Jr., W. Irvine Cioss, F. K. Carey, B. B. Gordon, Marshall Smith, Kobt. Smitli DI"H. Crawford, Irving Dunn, Frank Bed wood, John Redwood and John Johnson. — There was speaking, without formal toasts, by Messrs. Cowen, W. L. Marbury, Bruce, A en able, Wiimer, Carey, J. Johnson and others. Some of the rematks were of a humorous lone, contributing to the social hii arity of the occasion, hat some of the speakers gave prom inence to the political side of the banquet.— There was considerable felicitation on the prospect of an election law passing the next Legislature, which, one of the speakers said, was what they wauled above all things. He thought the present reform movement would have the aid of a powerful section of tl.e Dem ocratic party, which has recently been show ing tendencies that way. New Spring Styles for Ladies- At the Spring Opening this week at one of Baltimore’s leading shopping stores a clear idea could be gained of the materials, colors an 1 styles of the dresses that will tie worn during the spring and summer. The favorite cjlors seem to be the different shades of lav- j etider, heliotrope, t ura otta and sage, i'he j combinations ofco lots an- very striking, such | as grass gree n and pale blue, and heliotrope, j with pale pink, ai d ll.ty are* pitllici than one j would imagine without seeing them. Aery j conspicuous among the wiol insscs, were | imported diess pal len s of every color, w ith bead and lace designs for the vt st cutis, collar I an 1 skirt garniture, tmall checks are one of llienoveit.es, also the bie ail plaids, which j <•01116 in for Ihe m.tlerdress, with plain goods j to match for the drapery and waist. A beauti- j It.t evening dress was of Mat k Spanish gulp eu e lace made over pale heliotrope sal me— ; The waist of this dress was made in the old fashioned baby style, and a handsome hello 1 trope sash upon one side finished the pretty loile-t. Another d ress on ihe same style was black chinchilla, a new and veiy popular lace over pale pink. B’ack gnipme lace over yeT low is still in high favor. In cotton fabrics were shown some beautiful dresses of saline and lace combined. A veiy i oticeable cos. mine was heliotrope saline, with abundant plait \al lace drape.ies. This is the latest novelty locution lace, and jre mise? to be iu great favor dnrtt.g the coming season. Anoth er dress was made wholly of the platl val lace, the si -eves and left side being trimmed with rows of white satin ribbon an inch wide placed within three or four inch's of each other. There were also displayed in this de partment two very handsome dresses of em broideed mull, one heliotrope, the other elec tric blue, both trimmed with satin ribbon ot the same shade One of the iovliest fabrics shown was the favorite moire in delicate eve ning si. id's, with a lace which comes in espe cially to use with it. Other very pretty nov elties are long soart- - . apparently Ibr evening wear, of chenille, in exquisite colors and com binations ol colors. • The ‘’Ellies ” The By-Laws of the ‘•lViuce George’s Ri des’’ were rnative I IVon Adjutant General Howard on Stturdiy I ist. The., met with his approval and w ill lake effect to-morrow. The board of officers have detfi rained to is sue a copy of said By Laws to each member of the orgmiz ation. Ti e -‘Briiice George's Rides” w.II assemble at Il.e Ain.oiy iu full uniform to-morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock sharp. Tl.e Adjutant- G i.eral lias ordered 500 cartridges to he sent to il.e ‘•l’rince George’s R’tics” to be used in latget pi act ice. Read what tl.e Wrought lion flange Com pany has in say in another o ii.mn. They are making Marlboro* tl.e'r Heat’qnailt is now and will canvass this aid ile ; Tj< ini. a foun l ies w lit. tl eir .ew Bar ge, -I I, < ( mfort.” It is uiat'.e et.lire'v 1 1 Wroi l! i a. d Malleable Iro ~ line lined will. Ali. (. ;i1 as all ihe latest improvements. 11. ii Agents willeall at your homes and -I. tw <t t< II \< n all at ant then.. THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER- UPPER MARBORQUGH, MARYLAND. MARCH 25, 1887. Brevities- A parly, a game ofl'tsc ball, and a pigeon shooting match, are three dissipations talked of for the Kasti i Holidays. The peculiar purifying and building up pnwei> of Hood’s Salsa aril la make it the very la st medicine to take at t’.ii? season. K H. Warner A Co., have purchased from W J. Sibley a tract of land in Hyallsville, ad- ; joining Mr. B. F. Guy’s place, containing j eight acres. They propose to lay out the laud iu building lots, j The State Comptroller lias made the quar terly distribution of the public school tax, payable to-day. This county, in the distri bution, will receive $3,100 7$ fa tbo while ■ anil $1,033 ,'fi for colored schools. AVe have just received new outfits and will sell at a reasonable price our old wagons and harness, which you can ex .mine at the stables at the Farmers’Hotel. They will make good faun or truck wagons. B. 1. MoKensy, Sup- j eiteudent Wrought lion Range Company. Henry Brooks, colored, was brought here ! on Tuesday by Constable Orme and lodged in jail. He was committed by Justice John | S. Rawlings on the charge of breaking into I L he corn house of Mr. 11. T. Rawlings. He is j the sain > party who was bailed some time ago j for maliciously killing an ox belonging to Mr. ; John Hyde, of Aquasco district. Tl.e work of rebuilding the “burnt district” has commenced, Mr. James Owings’ taking the lead, having started the erection of a new home on Monday ; Mr. J. C. Wyville has the contract. It is expected others will speedily follow, and that, during the next few months, our Town will he w ide-aw ake with busy im provement. The r.adies’ Association < f Trinity Chinch, having interested themselves in collecting funds to erect a mural tablet iu the church to Uie memory of their late rector, Rev. Dr. Mey- I er Lcwiti, report •? 121 subscribed. Rev. Mr. Avirett and Mrs. A. T. Rrooke have heensap- , pointed a committee to negotiate for tl.e pur chase of the same. In another column our icedcis w ill find tl.e j new advertisement f Mess,s. Wimsalt & | Uhler, enterprising lumber dealers of AVash- j ington, D. C. They claim to furnish as good material at as low figures as can be bought anywhere in Il.e [city. They also deal in all k'n ds of building material ami manufacture sash, doors, moulding, etc. Brick house weather-boarding—an article new to the trade —is also made and sold by them. See their price list before purchasing. Wronght Iron Eange Company- Tins will certify that we have liought and used one of the Wrought Iron Ranges and can say that it cooks to perfection and with so little fuel that we pronounce it a success it. saving labor abd time. L. P. Barber, C. P. Barber. 1 have bought and tried Hie Home Com fort Range and find it every tiling Lite Ageuls claim ami wouldn’t he without it for twice its cost. Mrs. J. B. Hall. AVe have thoroughly tested our Range and find the name, “Home Comfort,” appropriate. AVe could not do without it now. E. D.and B. E. Booker. This is to certify that the Range bought of the Wrought Iron Range Company gives en tire KCitisfae.lion. and when wood cost $1.75 per cord for it, that we believe, after a trial of one mouth, that by tl.e use of the Range sev en years enough wood will lie saved to pay for the Range and interest on the money. Thomas 11. Harris, Merchant ; .Spottsylvania Court House, Va. The undersigned citizens of Caroline coun ty, Virginia, have signed the following rec oinniend : Wrought Iron Range Co. St. Louis, Mo. Gentlemen :—We purchased of one of your salesmen a “Home Comfort Range” and are pleased to say it gives entire satisfaction. This certificate you can use in any wanner you see proper. Respectfully, Dr. C. M. Hunter, Mrs. Dr. A. E. SloU, Mrs. Dr. M. T. Wot thaw, F. W. Campbell, W, C. Flagg, J. H. Terrell, Frank Sutler white, W. O. Sutton, P. A. Beasley, D. B. Pitts, Mary A. Puller, Charles 11. Motley, Mrs. Sidney Gouldn.au, Alex. Mahoiie. M. Brown, 11. O. Broader?, Lula E. Butler, T. N. G.een, R. H. Wot ring, J. L. Jordan, Mrs. Rulfeu 11. Coleman, Charles M. Gouldman, George Loviesom. Charles E. Beasley, Jas D. Wright, Captain George. ManassehCamp t.elt, Mrs. Sue Terrell, G. P. Smith, Geo. W. Quarles, T. F. Terry, E. R. Coghill, R. E. Collins, James Harley, James Hunter, Jr., John S. Bowls, A. S. Gomel!, W. S. An drews, L. B. Andrews, Jos. C. Spindle, Traces Bagby, John G. Goldin, W. J. Boulever, Jas. A. Johnson, C. C. Bruaders, C. L. Collins, L. A. Carter. John A. Self, S. E. Swaine, Paul G. Camp, W. H. Ball, C. 11. Pnrson, G. A. Sizer, Robert and W. A. Woolfertt, J. AV. Broader?. J. H. I.eFoe, Charles Myers, A. W. Davis. We have hundreds of certificates similar to i the above for every where we have canvassed. I Our Salesmen will call on you at your homes and we ask you to examine our Ranges even ! if you do not wish I . buy. j Respectfully. 15, 1. MoKk.v.xv, S apt. Wiougl t Iron Rauze ( o:rp i.y. j Their Business Booming. ITobably no one , niiig lias cause.’ such I a general revival of trade at. W. H. Harper’s | Drugstore as his giving away to ins custom j ers of so many free trial larttlcs of Dr. King’s i New Discovery for Consumption. Their trade is simply enormous in this very valua i ble article from the fact that it always cures | anil never disappoints. Coughs, Colds. Aslh | ma, Bronchitis, Croup, and ail throat and | lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it I before buying by getting a 'rial bottle free, i large size sl. Every bottle warranted. Brace Up A oil are feeling depressed, your appe ' tite is poor, you are bothered will. Headache, | you are fidgety, nervous, and gcueially out of sorts, and want to to•<"• up. Brace up, hut not :>ilh stimulant?, spring medicines, or hit ters, which have for their basis very cheap, had whiskey, and w hid. stimulate you for an I hour, and then leave you in worse condition i that, before. What you want is an alterative I that will purify your blood, start healthy ac tion of Liver and Kidneys, restate your vitali . ty, and give renewed health and strength.— ! Sue!, a medicii.'* you will find in Electric Bit | tors, ami only .5 ) eeuG a bo th*. Buoklen's Arnica Salve- The best safe in tl.e wo.bl for Outs, | Bruises, Sores, fleers, salt Rheum, Fever , ! Sons. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, i Corn?, and all >kiu eruptions, and positively ' ! etire Piles, or no pay ..quite.!. It is guaran -1 t teed to give pe.feet ?al i?t act ion, or money re i j funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W. H. Harper. . ! The Indiana Chemical Company bate dis covered a e< mpoun.l which acts with truly marvelous rapid, t\ iu tl.*- cut** ■ l Hl.eu.na i tism and Neuralgia. We guarantee it to cure any and every case .1 acute inflammatory i Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2 days, and to give immediate ,< lief in chronic cases and ef- I feet a speedy cure. On icceip! of 30 cents in j two-cent stamp?, we will send to any address tl.e prescription for this wonderful compound, ! which can he filled by your home druggist at small cost. We take this means of siviti" j on. discovery to tl.e public instead of putting ' i it out as a patent medicine, it being mud. Ij less expensive. AVe will gladly refund if sat -1 isfacti.u. is not given. Address The Indiana I Chemical Co.. (’tawfordsville, Indiana. Ma jffets Which Never Fail to Draw. The semi-annual matchless mark-down sale of high-class gat mauls for Men, Youths’ and Roys Overcoats, .Sul's. >v •. All being sacri '■ fleed without regard to present value or cost. Now is the appointed time to make one dollar do the work of two at Acme Hall, 17 East . | Baltimore mew No.; near Charles. Hallo. Qllintleo—The gieat Malaria, Fever and 1 Ague Remedy. Reliable, safe and Efficient, t Price 50 cent? pe, bottle. For sale by all druggists. Miscellaneous Adve’ tisem nts Actual Cost ! and real value arc not considered | in onr colossal cash clearance sale We intend to close out every Overcoat, every Suit and every Winter garment before the end of this month if possible. W hat. ever von may want in Men s, Boys or Childrens stylish and dependable Clothing ready-made and made to order, avo nvill sell it at a reduction of 10 to *2o per cent, from our previous extra low prices and certainly 2-> to 50 per cent, lower than competi tors ask. It will pay to buy lor next season's use at our present slaughter prices. You can't af ford to huv before seeing, Oeliin& Son, Thoroughly Reliable Clothiers PRATT Sc HANOVER STS. Samples and self measurements sent ou ap plication. [Jan 2s—if) MkaalUj tSSS Jtttiwiiliiw, I.imks, Hack anti \ / Bidet, Bad 8100d a r Malaria, Conttipat ion d Kidney TrouMet. ■h—VOLINA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, Bad Blood and Kidney Troubles, by cleansing the Mood of all its imparities, strengthening all parts of the bodv, —VOLINA CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE. Neuralgia, Pains In the Limbs, Back and Sides, b j tuning the nerves and strengthening the muscles* VOLINA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion and Constipation, by aiding the asslm llatingofthe Food through the proper action of ih stomach ; It creates * healthy appetite. <•—VOLINA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, Depression of spirits and Weakness, by enliven' lug and toning the system. •* —VOLINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED and Delicate Women, Puny and Sickly Children, It is delightful and nutritious as a general Tonic. Tolina Almanac and for 1887. A handsome, complete and useful Book, telling how to CURE DIBEASKH at HOME iu a pleasant, natural way. Wailed on receipt of a 2c. postage stamp. Address VOLINA DRUG A CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD., U. S. A. Sep. 3rd, ISSfi—ly. |C: UA^SI SEND "SS? liluirttei CATALOGUE Vegvtaole. Kiowei. I'fsl O E? CT PIO Plants, bulbs Imuleu.'-s v 9 t n tT tT t*v mall <>n application, r ItCL honl neglect writing lor It- HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. ROCHESTER, N. Y. CHICAGO. ILL. 322-326 E. Haiti St. 02-14 S. Clari St. December lOlh, ISFC—2m. FRANK HUME • WHOLESALE Grocer and Liquor Dealer. No. 454 Penna. Ave., WASHINGTON, D C. I (i.MYds Packed and Delivered Free ot ' Charge. Jan. 20, Iss7—ly. NATIONAL HOTEL WASHINGTON, IX C. Largest Hotel in the City. Remodeled. Refnrnihed. .IVir Passenger literal or. Brices from $2 50 to $-1 per day, actordilig to location of room. This Hotel is pleasantly located, ami is con venient to till Government D-partments. Safest Hotel in Ihe county it. ease of fire, having six different stairways from top to ; ground flout. Horse ear? pass the ,loor to all parts of City. F. TEXXEV & CO.. | Dec. 25, 1886 —tf. Prop’s. i i I w t ii i I Urn 4 111 JV A for Infants and Children. “CMtarls is so well adapted to children that I Costorla cures Colic, Const I pat I recommend it aa superior to any prescription I Sour Btomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, known to me.” H. A. Ancnno, M, D.. I 6 lvei auJ d l ' 111 So. Oxford Bk, Brooklyn, S. Y. | Without injurious medication. Tax Cxx-Ticn Coiltaxt, 182 Bulton Street. N. Y. j November Iff, ISSti —ly. . - s t s. HARRIS WIMSATT. \ ( . 1111.1. R. I CHE AC AS THE CHEAPEST (i <)()!> As THE PEST. WIMSATT & UHRKR, DEAIERS |\ J LUM BE R.BmCKS, IJ Al E & CEMENT 1 AND jiANTFAi I I'REHs ol- Sash. looiS: Hinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc,, and Erifeuse ’ftithcrkrdinj, V 4HD anil MILL, hill STREEf, S H. March 25—tf. UISIII \GTOV l < I . | M'sccllaucou* . hirer ments. BOLTON 8E,05,, ' 1 >I-. \1 ll> ! N i Glass, Oils Paints, ; Gas aid Pine Tar, Oakimi,Pitch; Elaine, Coal and Gasoline Oils, LAM! S. •HGN’AI. I \\TURN'S, -v • , Ae. [ Engineers and Machinists SUPPLIES, : Ready Mixed Paints, ) MtnllVtKl nTT Itl ItMM. X —J —I—I J ' : [tTT’.iekill.. ii-lilG, 11-1- *. I*' ■ ' Fell. . Belt . Nuts. Wasliers, V'l.iuy Grea?-. .v--. it<s;ro\ iikos. i-> niul *>l WEST I’ll ITT ST., RAi.TIM' >RF. April 30. IS.--.-1 . uTiir ’sSfit i ” I lili jiIKAIMI, In ml.l i i n to tin Pr luinniF. :t lor : whioli will ; be >ent on ;i|,|licai on we wliirli to t all rial no- j tin- to our Cabinet I o tiait-of D Ch/lci/* Carle > }h Lath j Oompa Hi/. Fii li Avciim* Tlwatre. Now York* No light ojmt.i has vt’i liern ] m ilie I iutel to ii has i |n i.- e<l in i-opularitv ••'l’he Mikado.” The origin*a 1 oourpAiiv to pio.J.ice ; t in this j cimntrv was l)‘ ivley ' irtr s ( oiu|*:iii> , selecte*l tiicr*’ !*y Gilbor. anil } Sulliv.in and sent totlti> ccnntiy. \Vt* have issued, for INfribuiion to our j.t --i mins who will send n* wrappers as be low a aeries of seven cabinet ]Kitraif>ot these artists, in character ami cost Mine, the finest | h UO'raphic gelatine work ( ever pnvluctd. Tliey comprise Gerald'ne I’l.i.ar,a? -V m 7 mi.’ j I Mi.se? I’huar, Foster at. I M. Ma t', as “Ti.ree I.iltle Mai Is from School.” Kale Fo-U-r. d- ••Villi Sing ’’ George Thorne,: ? “lv> Ko.” Courtiie Bounds, a? •■Nauki l’.i.” Frederi i, as •• I’he Mikado." Fred Billii.glou, a- “Bim.li Bah." CCJ 'bir p.ieefiir i ! ese |Mat.;i s U twenty five cents cac!.. but to any one wha uses our soap, and sending ns I.", .vrapn-rs - t Dnbl.iu's Klecuic S iap. and full posluffKv address, we will scud the wlmle series, p >'t.• j-. d ami t'ni hi rhiivji I. L. ORAGIN & CO., 11*1 > .Fourth SI.. Phi la Riii lmnr <V ESaiaiiton, \VIIOLI> W I. A'. K.\ IS. 614 & 616 Peensylvama Ave.* August L(.— ly. W \sIH.\“TO.\. I*. <’. Pi C'nrft' V. Tnud. II I!. Wm rr;i ev THOM Sc WHITELEY, Bankers & Brokers, Cor. Carman <y- Calvert Sts, P. 0. 2:?. iO9 BALTIMORE. MD i 1 i;i;i i.i: ire i KUMissiax re. llo.v. S. i: 11 AMT.. IT-l'Kl: M u;i !>;’, Ml>. FRANK UN RANK. B u.tim i::k, M utvt t vn. OTF't 'orresjs'udeiiee S, die i t ed. Feb. 2(l ly. ely-s e.ATAStSH CREAM BALEfI llirt'STdi-J 't 6^ll COLD IN CATARRH ii /mice e lot FEVER A f artiule <>? the i'n’rn y\ i : 1 : "tvu !i 1 is agreerthlu to i> • mml ■ ’v..l • -• r*• <l. , uaiiy Afan-ing tlie it.isal j.* . f uirrhal \:rus, tausiiig lita.iny tt v: . i It a’:av-]Ai:iniuli:i!’rtj.'. •. : u. • g uo- ts the inem nranal if . - .f . • - completely hc.iis tin- s :nu( tin* m use of and Miie l. ]*•(•::<’!• :il n -nits are realized by a few applications. l*rice .mi cents at, druif^i-’s; '■•.• mail, registered, <0 cents, t ir<uiars sent free. KLY I-R<vr?m;s Dniggistr-, ow. :o, N, Y. Catuirh i> Not n Ulouil Dlseiisr. No imilirr wlmt parts it may fmaily eilect, ca tarrh always starts in tin: head, and belongs lo the head. There is no nnsiery about ;1 • orient of this dreadful disen>*. It b*irin in a m-i:leeii-d cold. One of the kind tliat is “sure to be better in a few daye.” Tliousands of victims kim.v lm\v it is by I sad experience. Kly’a Ureaui Haiai cin-s coal? iu •die head and catarrh in all its si.n es November I_—ly. , XXTE WAN T SALESMEN even where. ; ) v local ami traveling, to sell our goods. Will pay good salary ami expenses. Wi ite for ‘ . lem.s at once, and state salary wanted. STANDARD si EVER WARE < t t.MB’V. Feb 12—lin. I! .slot.. Mas? P IT. HrisT,■ell 1 Jr. <(• Co’s Column USE HEISKELL’S MIXTURE i lb.' High Grade GUANO ll'al will make WHEA T amt GRASS, n store Worn-Out Lands and curie), poor soils. ’1 be realization of our ambition lo produce in HEISKEI.T.’S MIXTI’RE the HIGHEST GHAItE GI AN< • befn. the pul.lie, makes : it our pleasure : > claim for it without hesita tion that in addition to ire eapicily and effec tive qualities a erop ;:,.,w.-r, its eomlitions 1 for iiiip’oving the Ia . :me.| i iled. I mm: anorsn HA u HOSE. HKISKELLS Ammoniated Dissolved Bone Super- Phosphate. Tho rojmlar (’KOI* I’mduoor, Consolation A Stan.!;,fl Wheat Guano. ' | HEISKELL’S Tankage, Ax.otine, Acid Phos phate, South Carolina Rock Dissolved. Kainit, Etc. §3"lt to the in erest of all to us a call before buying their GI .\ N OS. I New Crop Western Tiinotliif anti Clo rer Seed , ORCHARD A N I) BLUE CRASS RED T' P. SEED WHEAT AND RYE. TII ID EMPIRE GRAIN DRILL. Manufactured at Sha.pville, New York, S. I>, pi and 1! Tithe. 7it 'll!)' THEM. Is TO 111 ) THEM. To HI ) THEM Is to own the most BEKFE4T FDRI’E FEED, ACU HATE and DURA RLE GRAIN and FERTILIZER DRILL on the Maiket. THE GILPIN, VS. Any Flow in Ihe World. COLUMaiA I CHILLED PLOWS. Old Hickory W agons. • i i \\\ have just receivel ( All faOAD ! ♦!* I liis j 11 •>( ly cttlebratOil Fdim Wagon, and bsive ih*-iu for s ilt* in ;tll si/es. VVitle ami liar row lreji-1. Thimble .skin anl Iron Axle, with uni without hibls. They :ire neknowlocl^etl Tiio llr*l W:i;t)ii on Wheel*. Write f.',' a eir.-ular. Ai'ME AXi)CHAMPION HI -A- Im IR' O WS 1. Vl’ESf IMBROVED PRESS for Bailing Ha\ ami Straw A I I 1.1. LINE OF Cider Hills. Feed Fullers, and Corn Shelters | . 1. i \ t Will, ,‘lprirultnral Warehouse A Seed Store, !M!t E.oiiisiana Ave. ami till! V. Bt., \. W ~ Between Oth and 10th Sts , (5 u,rc Market and Hay acalc?, an 1 (’or. 11. and Water street, is. W WASHINGTON, D. C, \ll ,11- I 27. i SS'’| - I \ /’. Mmin if' Co. Column. j j rpn n-~H —FP FARMERS OF Prince toff’s Dili! o Vi (ill four Attention to Our Moral I BRANDS OF Fertilizers. MANN’S Fr Raw Boas leal. Is made from BUTCHER BONES, which have not'tree ii steamed or baked and con tains a larger percent ace of AMMO NIA and HONE PHOSPHATE of Lime than any other Bone in the Market. PUBITV GUAR ANTEED. MANN’S PURE DISSOLVES BOH! DOST. Strictly Pure from Adulterations. - * s> I MANN’S Potomac Ammoniated Super Phosphate. Composed, of ground BUTCHER BONES and high grade Ammoniacal matter. This is a Complete MAN THE containing all the elements of plant food it is necessary to apply to the soil. It is fiee from all adulterations or cheap ingredients to make hulk. And is offered at the LOWEST PRICE ((.insistent with ilsliigli quality, its dryness and line mechanical con dil on makes it socially adapted for dril ling and is recommended as heiag Prompt. Permanent and Efficient. and is manufactured with great care under our personal supervision. SAMPLES AND PUK E LIST S INT <>N APPLICATION. guarantee that we can furnish these articles at a smaller COST than they can be procur ed in other Cities. F.MANN&CO. 207 7TH STREET, TST. W. WASHING TO X, 1). C. August —ly. i Miscellaneous Ad a erment’. TO ALL PIT.' i GFililß! GREETIN Or I - I OUR FALL AND WINTER, STOCK of MENS YOUTHS’! BOYS’and CHILDREN’S cloth ink: : is now complete in every detail, | I and having made special provi -1 sion to moot the wants in that re i gard of the residents of Prince | George’s County, we Relieve i that if you fail to examine our I | goods and prices Before Buying i elsewhere, you will lose an op portunity rarely ottered of pro curing high grade CLOTHING for Men and Boys' at lower prices ; than you usually have to pay for j goods of inferior qualities. I Children’s Suits, ages 1 to with short Pants, from $2.50 TO SIOO. Boys’ Suits, ages 11 to IS, long Pants, " pieces from $3.50 $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 but 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 I Clothing Co., In. W. Cor.7th andD Sts, i WASHINGTON D. C JM. GRADY. - - - Manager. Cu?' Look for the House with ail 111 lie Signs September 24—-dm. B. 11. EARXSHAVV k BRO. WHOLESALE ASH RET AH, GROCERS FLOW, FEED, GRAIK A X D Liquor Dealers, I Cor. Eleventh and M Streets S. E. I (Gaddis* Old Staiid.) WASHINGTON, D. C. HAVING greatly enlarged mir business by securing two large Warehouses for stor ! ing the immense Stock of Goods that we are compelled to cary to supply the extraordinary 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 from the West. Groceries and Liquors from first hands, and with the experience of twenty-five years in the business we can safe ly promise our friends tliat we will meet their expectations. Uemember our famous Grands of Flour. ••WHITE AND GOLD,"Fancy Minn Latent “TRYl’llENA"—Winter Latent. “DRUSILLA”—St. Louis “ “OUU SECRET”—Choice •* ‘•SUN REAM” —A Choice Family, and any other lower grades of good quality, but remember the brands mentioned never fail to give satisfaction —every barrel warrant ed. Goods packed and delivered to transporta tion companies free of charge. Ruists’ celebrated Garden Seeds in large as sort ments. B. B. Earnshaw, & Bro. Cor 11 111 and M Sts. S. E., WASHINGTON, D. C. ; August 27, ISS(i-ly. IHV GOODS. HAMILTON Uilß t SONS BAXjTIMOHE ST. | East o! Char es St White Marb'e Be 'ding. KALTPIORE HD., ARE Larc Importers! Jobbers and Retailers DRY GOODS ! Their assortment includes goods of every class that |iertam to a well arra.-.ged, first-class Dry Goods House. We aim to keep nothing; that w ill prove of | good value to purchasers for the money paid, j and the best goods for ‘.lie price can invaiiahly } be found with ns. Our inisiimi r.*p r.i’i m for I'i ■ past 56 years and the fact that every article has the price | masked on it in plain figures, thereby giving | S the assurance to those who do not know the j value of goods, that ‘they are paying no more j than those who do, is a great inducement to i I deal with us. . In addition to our Retail Trade, Country | Merchants can buy from us t lie bettor class of ! goods, not usually found in .lobbing Houses, at the Wholesale Lriee. We send .Samples when we receive plain and explicit direction in regard to color, and about the price wanted ila* most |H k rte‘i Foive Fee* I Fertilizer Drill in ex- SAW steal Engines. PTTIUD Mill THRKHiai n ATHIXFs UlUllU JulLLOj I’OKX MIKLLKKS aiul Stan (I an I Agricultural Implements generally. Semi for ' illirntratcKl catalogue. A is. FAUQt'llAlt, Pennsylvania Agricultural Works York, IM. j AUglUttt— lIM Baltim ore Advertisements. ' _ TV. X. DALTON. MOXT. STRICLAXD. Dalton & Strickland, DEALERS IN’ Rue Shoes. POPULAR PRICES. I 939 Pennsylvania Avenue, H. U and 932 D Street \'. W., j Apr. 23 Cm. WASHINGTON, I). ( . 'Ford’s Bazar 51 West Baltimore St., (4 Doors East of Ga>-,) BALTIMORE, MD. ImilG GHKATKST VARIETY OF i I .no use // old aooi >s at specially low prices. FINE SILVER WAKE. JEWELRY PICTURE FRAMES. MUSIC 1!()\. ES, CLOCKS.ENG LISII 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—lv. A FASHIONABLE BALTIMORE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURE!!, . J. I SEVERE, N. W. Cor. St. Paul and Fajdlt*. Sis.. (Under tbe Mansion House.) BALTIMORE, Guarantees a Good El, a,:i I nothing bat First Class Sooh and Mo. 1 M'orientalisin'n. All Country Orders promy - ly attended to. Oct. 23, ISBs—ly. J. W.MD&COe PUBLISHERS, |soflhscl(ers Stationers, 90 and 92 Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE. ' ELECTIC EDUCATIONAL SERIES. The Best Be>ks at the Uwest Prices McOuffey’a Reader* and Speller. White 1 * Arithmetics, Ray’s New Arithmetics, Kay’s New Algebras. Schuyler’s Algt-bra- Schuyler’s Geometry! Harvey’* Language Lessons. Harvey's Elementary (trammer. Harvey’s English (trammer, Rtrisrd Eclectic Geographies, MJ. EJ. Eclectic Copy-Book. Eclectic fj. S' History. Thalheimer’s History of England. ■ TlialbeTmer’s General Historv. Norton’s Elements of Pliysics. Norton’s Chemistry Brown's Plivsiology and Hygiene Andrews's Manual of the Constitution- Andrews’s Elementary Geology, Bartholomew’s Latin Series. Buffet’s French Course. Buflet’s First Lessons in French. Payne’s School Supervision. Kiddle's How to Teach. Emitiff Ready. v 0 i AND PREPARED FOR AN EXTENSIVE Fall & filer Business Every Department Stocked WITH RARE, CHOICE ASD SPECIAL DESIGNS. OUR ASSORTMENT lAROEK THAN EVER. CLOTHING For Yourselves, Our Kst aid i shin’lit is the pUee u, hiv it. CLOTHING For Your Bovs, Our House i-the one you should pa!ionize. . STRICTLY FIRST CLASS CLOTHING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. , - Every Cianuent marked ia Plata ttgures. Oar Prices are no higher than yen pay for In lerlor kinds elsewhere. B7*We kindly ask an inspection. I Likes, Berwanger & Co., One-Price Clolliiers, 210,218 W.Baltimore St NEAR < UAULES, BALTIMORE. i (let iher I. J^Stj —: