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THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER- UPPER MARLBOROUGH MARYLAND, APRIL 8. 1887
Richardson Margaret & children, ray aide to 1' A Ward >■' Uichardson Sarah .1. payable to I 11 McPherson i: ' "" Ross (tenoral, payable to -I T'Huke. >r i'J "" Recur Geo TV, payable to Drf A "ells -■> IMI Riogeway Wil let and Wife, payable to Nathan Masters Ridgeway Saraii and Son, payable to A <: Darcy Roger Augustin J. payab'e to sell L* on Ross James, payable to Win \ ermillioii 1> 'HI Rawlings Mrs S. payable to E. A Ward 10 oil Rawlings Mrs Frank, parable to \\ II White "" Swain Lucinda A. payable to U II Early l> "" Swain Margaret, payable to Mrs Marga ret Rowie "" Shaw Elizabeth. Jos K W ilson !•> "" Stone Sarah.payable to K.lw Ifi-ifiy ... !•> IMI shorter Daniel, payable to W II 1! Hlandford 111 |M ' Smith Ann M and:! blind Sons, paya ble to I! II Brown -I" Smailxvooil John,payable to K N Jarboe I" "" Shaw William, payable to Jos K Wilson 1-. "" Smith John II payable to I! l.ce Rep.. 1" "•* Stiller J A wife, payable to RJ Swann ‘-HI "" Smith John R. payable to RR ' age. 1* "" Simmolis H. payable to J 1! 'Vale.... I" "" Stansbnry Sopbia. payable to R Meitzler i" (in Snowden Ilenrv. payable to W L. Lcdorer ...‘ "" Ml Stewart Andrew, payable to Runnel!. Neal & Co P* ,M ’ Stamp Amelia, payable to K A W ant I > switzer Susanna, payable to I. < • Robey PJ • Shorts Caroline, payable to L (> Robey l-> Pti Shaw Kliza J, payable to J K Wilson... !•< 1 "* Stamp Sophia and children, payable to R K Rader •"* Soper Lizzie's eliildren. payable to John Redd ' l‘ P" Se.tt EJ K. payable to Runnel). N'-ai A Co ’. "n Stevenson Ja- and Silvia. payable to Runnel!. Neal A Co it" W Stewart James, payable to Hr. Harding PI Siium■( Naee. payable to J A Jenkins... 10 00 Smith Ricliatd I'., pay aide to sell P* 00 Sewell A w ife. pay .aide to 1! Meilzlei . . JO l:ij Swain Margaret, payable to J I! I’xles b> oO A A w ife. pay aide t* J A Swi-ony J- '") Tilgbnian Win and Nancy, par aide to Rnnnell. Neal A Co J" O') Trueman Soplija.payafiW to EEGifil Id "0 Thom)son Kitty, payable to \\ II Karl\ t-0 oO Thomas K A. pay able to K A ? 1.... I- Tboni|>o"> Mrs and Children. |mv:ifil<* to 11 H Early do Oo Tomlin Mrs lIA J.|Kiyahle to R E Raden 10 Tenh-y Win I’, payable to <1 .11 l enley !•> 1,11 Thomas Stephen payable to J 1 Clarke. s r ‘ I" oo ! Tucker Jane E, pay able to A (■ Dacey. 10 Ola Talbert Sidney, payable to J T Fisher. 10 oo Talbott Mrs Thus, payable to I; Mei zler !" (Ml Tolson James, payable to F N J -rfioe 23 oo Tolson Amelia, payable to ,1 A sweep, y Id on Taylor Maria, payable to John .1 Dixon Pi oo Tydings Emma, payable to sel*' I d on I Taylor Lucy, payable to F N Jarboe.. Pi 0" j Thomas Oscar, payable lo IV T Thorn, in no I Tomlin J. payable to self-.. Id 00 j Thompson Noble parable to .1 A Jen kins . Id 00 Wood Kliza. payable to It T Lnsfiy... Id on Wbilnian Elizabeth, payable to W 11 Mar'in Id mi IV. si Wi 1 am and Wife, payable to Sam Fbtcher ....’ JO O' White Charlotte, payable to G W Rran.lt '. loon M esl John, payable to Sell— !•> 01. West Loire. payable to Runoell, Neal AO. ..' PI 00 | Waning Man, payable to Rnnnell, Neal A Co .‘ J" on Watson Susan, payable to Rnnnell, Neal A Co •- Id n. Watson Win. parable to Rnnnell, Neal A (V ' P' on West Rarnev. payable to Rnnnell, Neal A C0.......' IP 00 Wheeler Khzi. jiavafile to 11 F Reall.. id 00 Wilson Sarah, ptyable to IV F Reall... Id O'■ Waters ( at.dine and eliildren. pax able to W II Early 13 "0 Wood Mary , payable to Sdf I" Oo Watson Mr- A children, payable to Self Id On Whitehead Louisa.pay able to L ORobey JO (H. Wilson Catherine, payable lo N linker lo (Hi Wei's William, payable lo I! W Wilson 10 00 West Nellie, payable lo II 11 Clagelt.. Id oo Whitehead John. | arable to I. (> Robey Id 00 .Vend Alice V. payable to J I. Tin mas 1" oo West Clarissa, payable to II W Clagelt lo (Hi Voting ( has. payable to II II Tall eit.. lo Oo SI.JTo on ' JAMES HARRIS, I Itrl: to the (Jointly ( oypmishionrrs for Prince (ienryi's ( rnty. April S —lw EVERY FARMER! WHO WISHES TO FRODCCE A LARGE CROP AND I’EKMANENTLY ENRICH his LAM) SHOULD FSE A Pure Bone Fertilizer. AND Such a FERTILIZER is now Oflered You In the Old Established LISTER’S S TAKTDAE/D' PURE BONE FOR W heal* Tobacco, Corn* Oats and Crass and Gen eral Application. your address for FARMER’S COMPANION and REFERENCE BOOK, and copy of “AGRICULTURAL PRO GRESS” containing useful infor mation and directions, analysis and testimonials. FOR SALE RV .1 BI KNES WILSON. Westwood. Maryland. It. E. BADEN, Morse Mead, Maryland. CLARENCE HALL. Upper Matlboro - , Maryland LISTERS Agricultural Chemical WORKS, Newark, - - N. J. 54-58 BUCHANANS WHARF. BALTIMORE. MD Si p !, I88(t—(!rn Miscellaneous Adr'fs. THE STAR ilw I’i iiii i]d.-i uf a llc Admini**! ral mi the* City of N- Vur'x. WILLI A M DOitSlt KIM I’ll, Editor and Proprietor. Daily, Sunday, and Weekly Editions. THE WEEKLY STAR, A °ixteen-page Newspaper, issued every Wednesday. * i lew. |>l.K‘, bright ami Ini.-resting family paper. ; t ( ..mains ilia latest nets, down to Uw Hour of j j tug lo press ; griculturalj Market, Fashion, Household, Political, Financial and Commercial, Poetical, Humorous and Editorial Tb-nailim n'- all under liie direction of D't*!n<*‘l I i Journalists of tlie highest ability. U •tau--. j 1 pap** will Ik- found crowded with thuiJ* from beginning to end. , . . I 1 ■ original stories by diliii"u:>lie<l American ami j i foreign writer* *f Lon. THE DAILY STAR, Tlk; Pjiilt STABconia'iw all thenoxv* of tla-.lay j * it an attract!*# form. Its |.r-> .a! ram s|)i.ii<b in e ; : br ,abl. from Lombm. Kiris, tier \ b-mf. Milt , 1 I.nl.lin i* n conun* udnl.lc f>-ti:re. ; I At\yabingi .ii Alnany. and... tber 1 ! lbs at.lvst • orrc|.(.i..!.i is. tally- r.-l:om-l bx tlw i I'm Stab, fun Ub 1< * by, Ic vgnidi. I I Jiautra! Y fcaluice rc lUisuicasKcu, i | Tl; Financial .anil Mu:L* • L‘ l v :c " > imcHiaiiy | full anl complete. ~ SiHM-ial terms ami cxtiaoi dinary imlucr- | ! u.eNta • ag.-uls '>.! taiuassrrs. , j bond lor circulars. TERMS OF THE WEEKLY STAR To Si m j I I i, t-m-EI - FItKK OF CostA.JR 511 tile I ,'lllcli Man ' i.'l iaiMda. outride lia-limits rN. Vurk 4 ily ■ I !Vf yr.ir - ft* riidw of Tel: ■ ' , i- i. Cluita of Fifteen (and one extra to organizer). 15 Oil | TERMS OF THE DAILY STAR to St K-mitEns ; Ereryd.ir for one year (iiicliubngSanday). 57 00 | Uailr. without Sunday, one year Ob'’ j Every dnv. six months J so Uailx .xxiihout bimday, six momus 3 w Address, THE STAR# SG and g 8 North AVilliant St.. Xexv York. STljc illoMcv ©v(|an. One Daifom Price. At s ? I I g =! a- CD s. i aZ j— *— j rr . CD C“ ; V -TS.i.-. (—j —1 h! i -* d in) igiWp,fn WI = ■ - Mi >■■■ BEH c oy -LmSßaf ' - oa -s =- a --® - Tie Moller Onau CRIMES I . (me (lie public this tear xx iil / NEW* ami V.M.I ARLK IMPROVE MENTS. making it UKTTEIL FINER am' MORE VALUABLE than ever before. An exaiuinatii.ii of its merits xx iil convince you that it is the FINEST OROAN of to-day.— They are incomparable in txuikmansbip and matchless in tone. Tin* prices an* the very loxy est at xxl.it'li Instruments of tin- highest stand aid can be sold To prove these facts, we will s.-i d an organ to any reliable person on inspect ion. it xxiil be In your inter, st to aid ns in the sale of the Moller Organ* We retail p and wholesale direct from Factory’ < irgans 125 and npxvatds, Pianos SSO ami upwards.— , Qy Catalogues sent free. Address, M. P. MOLLER, Manufacturer of Pipe A Recti Organs, Feb JO—Cm. H AOERSTOWN, Mb MARBLEINE. \ SI RSTITT TE FOR PAINT. WALL-PA PER. WHITEWASH. *VC., in inside and outside surfaces. As cheap as i whitewash ami as durable as paint. Is disin j ecting. Ready for use when mixed xvilli xva er. JU lican’.iful tints. Anyone can apply li. j Put up in (Ub packages at Sets, per lb. i RICE’S FLOOR STAIN WALNUT, OAK, CHERRY. PERFECT IMITATIONS! Anyone can apply them. Put up only in sealed packages—J pint, pint, quarts, gallons 15cts., Jocts., 43cts., $1.30 per can. Price's Pavement Paint, for Coating Pavements. Brick Walks. Healths, &c.. xyith a bright red that xxiil not rub oil'. To be mixed xx ilb water and easily applied with an old broom. Put up dry in Jib and 41b packages at 13cts. ami Joels, per package PAINTS, OILS. V ARNISHES, BRUSHES, | tV.. AC. i Our goods are lie best. Do not accept sub- | stitutes that pay dealers greater profits. See that our name is on each package. For sale by paint dealers, grocers, -vc, &t, and by william b. Thick a co., ma\rfactlbeks, 2*5 W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE. [jySample cards and circulars free on appli cation. i June PJ, IN?3—ly Gold Jewelry by Mail: | Official Radges and Emblems for K. of L. of 1 P-. I. O. O. E., M-Isolde and Temperance or deis ‘ also all kml- of Jrxvelry for Ladies and ; gentlemen—Pins. Rings. Ear Drops. Chains, i etc.. Finely finished in (odd and (fold Plate. !Pi ices by mail. 25c to $1 Less Ilian half | store prices. WV want agents in every town, j Liberal discounts As to reliability, reference I I given in nearly every Sta'e of actual purchas ; ers. C. E. STREETER, Attleboro, Mass. J. 11. XiKbAIUX. i.KO. R. MKDAIRY J. H. Medairy & Co., Lillopaplers, Printers, JiBOOKSELLERSSTATIOXERS North Howard St., iiai/h yioiu:, ami JUanlr Hooks made to Order in any style. IJ7 M:i. Wrst.KV H. Cot.ton is connected xxitb this house July 17, 'Mi—lv. James G. Bowen, Livery Hiring. Hack SALE ofc-r-F STABLES v V-rk th and 7th ,/ . Streets, Ms oj w >. W. WASIHXCTON, D. C. Transit nl Unr-rs I 'nrr-fnlly nil, n it >1 10. April 18, 1884—(tm Free Treatise i on*. tV I.4‘ltililalcil from CATARRH. ASTHMA. RR"M HITIS. CON SI Ml TMN .x PILES. Hoxx* to regain H*-allb., Sociiglh ami Vigor. V HOME TREATMENT TI.TAI SKN 1 Address. Dr. J. W RATE A- CO J- ■ s. ( lark sir 1 lirexi tod. Pcb’x 4 Os; -i, c. wJg a well-tried freatment FOR CONSUMPTION. A;. ’ : \ • >*. PKPSIA* C.V STARKEY TAKKH. HAY FI Vi X li! N C•: 5 , OtBIUTY. AND FALEN \ P A/** **. RTEUM.A VUSM. NVGu* ' . -t --have the l.hcrty lo .a ref-r (in proof .if their j at.ii4iig ,ti physicians) ‘‘COMPOUND OXYG tN * * taken into i to ihe folio wing-nameil well- the -te::.. tL I*: *>_’.•• M mw, and ihc known persons who have ir• * * Wf* N-.-'a t mres '—arc their Treatment; Hon. William 14 ! m-.t-.-.u.iivc. I hus D. Kelley, McmK r i.fU , Ph . 1 I!* f all activity. Rev. Vidor L. Corud. \ : Ac.a I f- S? ’ ■ *■* m:*.l .u-.‘physical, k - lUiservcr, l*h.l. . Rev. Chas. W. Cm*.mu 4 \ integrity. Lockport. \ \ Hon. William Penr. Nixon ! : iutvoussystem, itor Inter-Oecan, Chicago. 111. . Judge H. P V room an, • .rg.,ns, and the <J lencmo.Kan.. & ihoas .mU of.iia t ■ * U nuisrh > all a.t “COMPOUND OXYGEN ITS MODE OF ACTION m re km.ily AND RESULTS'* th • title *f a book of two hundred payees. . : f puMi-hed by I)r> Starkey anti Palen. wu.;* 1.: a 1 ■ **i: : fill information as to this remarka’lc curative r ... -■ . . ‘ c irrs in a wide range of Uironu: a • - many ‘ • •"> - ' ,;,v ’ r 1 iy . : 1 ’ ’ j wl!I. - mailed free fo anv addre -. o -U'D* 1 * *t Drs. STARKEY d PALEN, 1527-1529 Arch Si, Phila., Pa. February I.V ISSt!—tf. 11 ~ 1 • - .. r-. :.-wt wi ■ iißniii 4< ('lcarhuj Sale o f IViulrr H ear /” j 1 I MeltV N i>o\ s I'tti - l’:tj>B SI , 1.-il) I i’,,* M iiiip" Littii-s Wool L:il -‘ U . ,,u! U.'i.i - TRADE \t' MARK . <l ■ 11 XI"tV *U> ■*' Cl'lltS. j - I ' h, " mo J '623 ave., ' \\ uv :U|,! Ml!l ■ . ' J 1 lit:-* b 1 to *. v//\SHH G T°H' curly uittl ycl the -Ijy nolil (if tl;".vo Prices. ( O.iL! COAL! "WALTER H. JVCjAjrUIjO'W, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERJX COAL AMI WOOD. MAIN OFFIC E AND YARD : Corner Eighth anti B S(reefs, S. BRANCH OFFICE AND YARD : No. *21() A. Street, N. E., C'opifal Hill Coiil Depot (on B. &P.R. R ) Coo \ ,V Do! \vo . \\. WASHINGTON, I). i\ ANTHRACITE, CAMEL. SPLINT uiel BI'ITM IN< U S COAIA received direct from the MINES ui ■ sitippf : -u-i in;trsin to all points on the B. AP. Road, , , ;. COAL! WOOD'. BUY Johnson Brothers, Wharves aid Bailroaft Tail; Twelfth ail WaterSlreets SnM BEAKCB TIStS 3.TE i 12()2 F Street Northwest, loin Seventh Stiv<-- Xoi-thwest. 17-B) Pennsylvania Avenue Norlwest, 1112 Ninth Si. Northwest. Cor. 3rd and K Sts. N. W.. 221 Penuyvlvaniu Ave. S. K. Largest Private Railroad Yard south of New York ; also Kxten sive Wharves giving unsurpassed fucilities for the eronomie handling of FUEL of all kinds. Coal delivered on Cars direct from Mines into our Yard, We deal in best dualities of ANTHRACITE ami BITUMI NOUS COAL. All kinds of WOOD, either in slick oi prepare-! to order at our Factorv. CLEAN COAL, FULL WEIGHT and MEASURE, prompt de liucries, and prices as low as Enel can he EirnUlied. | July JJ. 188—ly. 1 ; SSll Or -—ix r J * 4 i m mpc - f;-r 55s Frit f> ps e\ S WACk-kt In, A!N| U K LC.g '■ p(■ i 4^. v - ■ ’ ' ■■ Win ! ej r o' - iS PE; :m LIGHT ST. WHAM Foi- ’' ;p1 FARM LOANS ry _ o I’krCknt. Sfi-ured by Eltor M,.;:i Jg: O d.xiiKs. Interest to luvexb.rs 5.,;:- i <ioverumeut Bonds. Interest payable Semi- Annually, at office of batik of luol-tg.egee. IJ years’experieuee, and never lost a tit*, nr lot any customer. Rest of n-feieuces ■ll - I ability, integrity ami financial .-’amlng. Wi.i us for circular giving reference and p.t lars. Lki*.oi.i>. El-ltei: A - ' ii., R.i k* : > \_- Abit.KM-:. Kan. WANTED y : , j resent a Lll-E INSI I!AV I. ' o I • ~l terms aiel arrangements. Address xxilh n* ferences. NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE An A. I I"JO E. St.. W.,-ldllgti*tl. I). ( • Dropsy! Drops} ! Drops}!! Cure guaranteed in all its x i i..us f.iiii-. \,. o|M*ratioii. 1-..IM* at once. Hundreds -e-i.l\ |i its iu|M*rior xvortb. ami all xxe ;i.k i> •> giv-- it a fair trial ami be coin nice I of its x .11 1 :•*. W,l| send one molitl) treatment, prepar' d, lo . 11 .\ addre-s tin Jjl] . j k \\ i;il>\ i. •' W i: l. i >. i WAGNER’S GREEN HOUSE R S2S T \ IRA i\l /(V.s ,s mo a ■ Pratt St., E A LTIMORE \\IU;USO\ ,v IKKUMI. tyroirn:!: - j \/> m:.\it: hs t\ lilifcillT (Kill I'lllllH, f Cor. P'att and Light Sts., ly. RALTIMOIir. - I HE 1 VI laT ' l: \/\. roil LADIES I Elegant Tortoise shell and Silver Ilairplns -j • Tin; \t>v i i i x M i J. ' .. \.-xx ll..ven. Conn Erected as a guide Il i jit* iti/.t*ii> ••I Smithrifj M.i\ i I.tJul lo I I.C IISO'I 1 populrtt >•!•*- .M* iv in Wa-hingl"i, i ! 1 I>. 0. J < HEV.S •. Tr E MVE v;v Ladies' Snaigl I float iiitl! XX. iked Toles, $J o.> Ladies’ J land Setn eil IVbblefjoat Hot'oii. > L.tdiea* *• “ *• •• 0 1, “ PoiiL'olsi “ " 70 - Ladies* ** ** Kieiieh (*(>hi!ol..lij>s S7 OO Lidlest* Ki I “ (i ENTS FINE SHOES IN EN BLESS VAIMKTV OKBKUS IV MAIL FHOMFTi-V ATTENDED TO. (.KU. VV. mm. -109—711) SHEET. N W. ' I WEBSTER WAGON COMPANY i riU~y Is closing out its business and has on hand over 4000! NU 1 X*.- C\ Of their Celebrated Trues Axle Wagons FARM WAGONS emir Seductioh. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AT A BOTTOM PRICE, A Wagon made from West Virginia Oak. Hickory, ami Poplar, the best quality pro curable. ami superior in every particular to inferior grades now on the market. Embrace the opportunity and save money. AH Wagons tire warranted for one year. o.r farewell offer WEBSTER WAGON CO., Write for prices and terms. MOUNDSVILLE, Marshs" Co., W. Va. De. ember Kb 18. c l!—:!m. RU SSI A—lllustrated ■ ■ ' of. from tlio Earliest Times to 1577. Bn A Kaiiuai'd, TranAuteil oj h B. Lax. ■ ■ IblOf y In two kirpe l*2mo volumes. Long Primer trjK** v. itli luiurruus f.ae Til st rations and maps. Fine ch ili, friit tops. Library style. d*rr<* rertuml from SIB.OO to 9 | .75. Rambaud’s lU'GtIY"7 U .ssja in any language. Russian history Ih*- gins almost in myth, proceeds into a wilderness of conflicting tradititns, and emerges into a clear light only in comparatively recent times. Ir is studded with imposing ]>ers'nalilies ami a darkencnlliy hideous crimes; 1 striking events make it dra matic, the sufferings of a great people lend it pathos; the unrest of the present hour and the uncertain outlook f<*r to* 4 "J ftZ inorr*>w inrest it with deep in- la# Iciest. M. Uamhaud puts the reader's mind fully in train to consider the situation of the hour l.Hmiry H’oiW, Bv*sh*ll. •V- 1- _ DoPlAfl covered is from I fl C I CilUO the earliest times to 1577 li is more interesting as told by M. R '.mLaiid than any romance. It is a cloth of studded with diamonds, not of moral bril liance but of intellectual vitfor and fascinating personality. Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, 1 Ma/eppa. (Catherine. Nicholas, and other mon arch* of iron will and broad ambition relieve the monotony of war. and the Mazeppa of Byron comes in as a charming episode. The high civili zation obtained without the adoption of ft civil ized form of government, leaves no room for surprise at the strength of Nihilism.-biter -1 Oeean, Chicago, 111. The History ;:'b!^iX most satisfactory history of that country ever | brought before English readers. The history . of the rise of Ibis wonderfuHiation is remarka ble Its power of absorption and diffusion is phenomiual. "The World.” said Napoleon *n-*e, “will one day bended by the Slav and Teuton races.” The prophecy is under fulfil* incut. How* the Russian Slavs expanded from / /. I. VSTItA T /:r> CA TA TOG PE of Choice P>ooks. 13? jhuji m. I cents ; ComU*risc '. free. The lest literature of the world at the lowcs>prices ever kn wn. Adlress. OilX 11. A TAJPX. Publisher, Si>3 Pearl Sit.. .V .• U |j T!><* Alilvn Hook Co.: Clark and A. lams Sts . riii,*ag; ‘J'Y ;i, FARMERS! L; res* ymirlXC PRODUCTION and keep your poultry healthy bv u-cdiug them w ith MYERS’ CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE. (EGG FOOD FOR POULTRY AND PIGEONS.) Ii is the article in tin* xrorid forailkin.is of poultry “ail j>ij;cons. It i, uo meilirinr. Bui i> a pmtntit e of ditttue, and int ijorur.r lor making egg-slicllsatui forkeepiug all i.oultryinalieallhvcondiiiou // oi/v contains trhal nature donutmls, and poultry should have ■l■ ' will tiiake tlie hens lay ofU-ner, and of a superior qualilv. Keeping lunger from iixiiliug. A’oung chickens will mature at an earlier age, and make a idler qualilv of Ite-h and not subject lo Usea. Ihe great drawback in keeping fowls in condition, lathe want of carbon TVe get liiculy f Ixgga ami never have any JL I A f.*r forming the shell, also a condiment furkeepinglbebirds in health and making their plumage look nice; by using CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-K.ee Yen will find tlie benetil derived from its use. CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE is made bv a secret process only known to the manufacturer Ibe , Uiiliiii.il foil ..f ibe different ingredients i* so concentrated Iba! iba chickens or pigeons will cat ii. . 10 and 30 cents per Box. Trade Mark registered, February 24th, 1.885. Patented in the United Stales, July 7th, 1855. Patented in Canada. < October9th, 1585. Ti y..• ir yt.reke*i>er d*es nut sell it, send one Dollar and I will a t weiity-pmina lox S. S. MYERS, Patentee, 629 N. Kraxt St., Philadiclphia, Pa., U. Sw P-itent#*d In Great Britnln. July Tth. 1?85. r.‘aU‘ UightM for tale to responsible parties. HARNESS! At luUtoiii for CASH at tin* laclory ol vJJN.3VIES C- TOPHAM, IVmm. Avenue, Watliinslon, I>, JU BJUK/O-JVXIsr. s*i. < .nil. XX ill l.ux lire ln-st RUDDY HARNESS, ever sold lor tin* money. t*qua! to any I ,ii i..- > mill t*|si*xvlit*i-i* ai SJ3.(MI. This harness is made of heat <> tk I aimed leather. Hand >i i 10. v:■ K.-l Miiiiiiiinus. Russel Reims (kc. Wagon and Team Harness on haud at lowest I ri* -. j TKzTjisTKIS I dual xaiielv, and I urge stock. MV OWN MAKE! At prices io.ver than ever, 1 R WEI, ]j\(; 11 \( ,s. > \’l ill Kl.s, Ac. liiui't forget Ihe number, 1241 Penn A Ten ire, N. W N.. .-..in... 1...i. Vilh old- land June Utli. ItSO— ly j ’ small districts nl -ut lb - l’p|*r Dwina and Ibiciper and the \YUa and the Oka until they dominate one sixth the territorial surface of the i globe, containing a imputation of h 3.080.000. is most admirably told by Ka’ubainl. The work is 1 well supplier I with maps, and well indexed— Pioneer Preas. St. Paul. Minn. Rneeisn Ili ' t " rv lsfu)l <f*rti.ur. ■ A WlOwl V 4 I S oppression, tyranny, ami all sorts of crime, witli few peaceful pasßge* to note the ad wince of civilization. This very fact makes it dramatic and full of stirring inci dents, and those w ho crave this kind f reading, | or who desire to know ilic history* of Russia for its own sakSß will find M. Ran. Laud's volumes j well suited to their reels, lie Las taken vast | pains to make his historv both full and accu | rate; his style is nervous and forcible, and he gives a graphic picture of the bloody cemurie* through which the R?; slan Empire ruse lita book lifts lo a great extent the veil u f mystery that hangs over the origin and growth oi Rus sia - Inquirer. PhilndcD liia, A| Oa#l of history and no WO Qllinenl observer of public events can afford lo be Ignorant of Russia— that Polar Bear whk h stretches one huge paw toward Constantinople and the other toward India—that “ muffled de: tiny ” of whose future no one knows save tluit it is to be great and must affect to a remarkable extent the cotidhh n of well nigh the entire human rn*e. N nicra weighty matter >f debate exists among the na tions than that which cols!..u!‘s the " Easter Question.” and of this u* lb .- While representing territorially lb** greatest nali u earth and one of the strongest. m<at atnbiiior shrewdest, far-seeing, and persistent, tatheci tral figure. A\Tiat is th*- le.-t History ok R in the English language? Undoubtedly the* t .M. Alfred Raintaiud Moruiny Star. B s?. n. . Miseeltaneons Ad'rfs. J ISS7. 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