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THE PRINCE GEORGES ENQUIRER-UPPER MARLBOROUGH, MARYLAND. APRIL 15. 1887
THE fthvcc €uq\iim*. UPPER M AR LBOROUG 11 Friday Morning A P nl 15,h ' 1887 JOSEPH K. SCSI SIS I Ed it o r S . TREE SASSCEE. JR. S The Rhode Island Elections- A singular result was experienced in the Rhode Island elections last week. In that State it requires a majority of all the votes east to elect Slate and district offi cers—and there was a fuiiute to elect in a nun. ln rof Senatorial and Reprcsenta# tivo districts on W ednesday. the day ol general election - Ihe secon 1-trial elec tions came oil on Saturday last and ic su’ted in unexpected victories for the Democrats- In the Legislature now the Democrats have a majority oi i) on joint ballot, and Rhode Island will have a full list nf Democratic State officers- In fortunateiy there i> no I uited States Sen ator to be elected, for il such were the ease one more could be added to the Dem ocratic side in the Senate. One good re sult nf election may be the adoption ol general suffrage, which would make Rhode Island a doubtful State- I'nder her present anti Republican constitution, little more than one-half of iter people who would be voters elsewere, can vote at a general election. Advantages of the South. A northern gentleman who has been traveling through the South gives the following excellent reasons why peoj b of the North who desire to improve their fortunes and prolong their lives, should go South. First —The lives of tens of thousands, who are injuriously affected by the sudden chaoses and extreme cold of Northern wiutt rs, will he prolonged many years. Second —Considering the soci.il. educational and religious advantages, tran-| ortation facil ities. public improvements, ami fertility i f the soil, the lands are cheaper Ilian can lie found in any othei part of the country. Third— Taking into consideration the cost of land and expense of tillage, a muchgreater •et profit can Ire realized annually than is re alized in any Northern of Eastern State. Fourth —The present price of lands not be ing at all proportional lo their productive val i.e, the general advantages being equal if not superior to those in other sections, an invest ment in land in the South is highly profitable. Fifth —ln n< o her section of the coun'ry is the practical fanner and landowner held in so hig,h esteem as in the Southern States, and nowhere on the face of the earth r.ill the Northern farmer and citizen meet, with such a hospitable welcome as awaits him at the hands of the Southern people. The National Drill. Orders are hei ng issued by the proper an thorities of different Slates granting pet mis sion to troops of other States coming to the National Jlrill to pass through their territory. Copies of such orders issued in Ohio, Mary land, and Delaware have been received at the National Dull headquarters. There are oth er indications of preparations throughout the country for the coming event, which will sur pass in interest and in the number of troops assembled at any gal liering of militia of differ ent Stales that has been held. When steps were lirst taken to have u National Drill, Mr. De Leon, the managing secretary, esti mated that at least 3,500 troops would lie in camp. Now the indications are that this num ber will lie doubled. The prospects exceed considerably the expectations of the projectors of the drill. At a meeting of the National Drill committee recently a schedule of troops entered, showed that 31 States, 2 Territories, and the District of Columbia are represented. The entries comprise 142 companies i-l’infan try. artillery, zouaves and cadets. Applica tions are lieing received from troops desiring to take part in the encampment without drill ing for prizes. Some of these will hi- accept ed. The entire Viiginia militia has been en tered by the Stale authorities, and will, it is expected, come under the command of Gov. Fitzhugh Lee. Gov. Knott has, through the the Adjutant-General of the State, entered a representation of the Kentucky troiqis. In dividual commands from Virginia and Ken tucky, as well as other Slates, have already been entered for the competitive drill. Nine teen governors have accepted the invitation to be present and review on neutral ground the troops of their own and other States assem bled. The troops will be brigaded, and the encampment will be under the general com mand of a Major General, whose staff will be composed of representative militia officers from all parts of the Union. In case Gov. l.ee comes to the camp in command of the V'rguda troops, he w ill he, it is slated, the < llicer of highest r ank, and the command, ac cording to military usage, would devolve up on him. This is a matter, however, which has not yet been acted upon by the drill com mittee. The statement that General Le is to he in command has excited much interest, and many inquiries have been made at drill headquarters. It is among the rumors con cerning the camp that Gen. Schofield or Gen. Augur, of tne regular Army, will be invited to the command of the encampment. Tne democrats were victorious over both the republicans and the labor men in tlie elec tions at Jersey City Tuesday. The labor par ty surprised everybody by its strength. It dre ed one police commissioner and one lire com missioner. The democrats elected four Aider men, one police commissioner, one hoard of works commissioner, and probably 11 *ven free holders. The new hoard of aldermen will Ire controlled by the democrats. The police hoard will be a tie. tlie tire board republican, and the board of works republican. One of Ibe sur prises of the day was tlie election of Max "'al inger for alderman in the tilth district over Thos" V. Cator, who was the nominee of tLe democrats, republicans. labor party, anti mo nopolists. and prohibitionists. Salinger was the candidate of dissatisfied democrats at d re publicans. The (’resident has appointed as commis sioners to investigate the allots of the Pacif ic railroads, under the act passed by the last t'digress"• Roht. E, Paltison. of Pennsylva nia: E. Ellery Anderson, of New ) oik, and David Littler, of Illinois. Mr. Pattiion was bom in Maryland, graduated from the Phila. del phi a High School in IST-, and was admit ted to the bar the same year. In l s 7T he was nominated by the Democrats as Controller of that city, and was elected, and re-elected in 1880. In 1882 he was nominate 1 by the Dem ocrats for Governor of Pennsylvania, and was elected by a large majority. He retired from that oflice last January and resumed the wactice of law in Philadelphia. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER- Washington, D. C., April 12th, 1887. j During the Democratic Administration many of the musty regulations with which Rc -1 pufflican official life had hedged itself in have bcc, overhauled, and where there was no 2 0,,d reason for their existence, have been dis ontinned. They have nor all been relegated to the past however. The rule which closes the Government Department buildings to visitors at two o'clock is still in bice. much to the inconvenience of strangers. It is a si-riot;- disappointment to visitors here only for a few ,1 ivs. and trying to gel us much sight-seeing as possible into ll ll’ time, 1 to be sbiil oi.l at SO caily an hour ton n I in my places . I interest. They feel, and have ' I aright to feel I but in a people's Government j the people's couven e ice otulr to he ; I considered a little, an I that they s'.mild he | . j given what pleasure they can g* t I mu'he cor j vidors elma'ors, mu-ctpns and cuts -.' v r. n ns | i of the ht i dings as long a* they am iqtencd I for hnsint ss. ! Speaking of -.ightse.-ing in the D partm-mt*, ; 1 often think how mon< tm.ons must be the i I duties i f those olli -ial-i who arc dclcgi’ed to j | exhibit tin-id j‘cfi of interest to visitors. Hat ! they s’ciw wo il -rfnl freshness,.b tit the fme j j worn business. There- is noil iiig pi rlnnctmy | ! about the in in who exhibits the n g les gal- I , I lery. or the piles of counterfeit money, or tlie I secret service room, an-I only a person who | j has a party of friends to escort there about j once a vear can i. how in my times he i I has (old tli' same things *>*.-r. yet. a'ways 1 with an in.fating brightness of expres-iou . and quaint il ss of hum >r. S mater C ■ckrell's investigating committee (the .Senate Select fi mmitt.ee which is now probing the methods of work in the different Executive Departments cl the Government) has undertaken a gigantic task, but it will make an clabmate report of its labors some time in I lie future. The M is.ouri Senator is a very ccnseienlioi.*, ptiins-luking man, and he is giving the public i Iticers much annoyance and no little uneasiness. He wants lo know (you know) and the number of thinks the pub lic don't know and that Senator Cockrell will ■ liaee a great deal of trouble in finding out is astonishing. The complaint is ofcen made now that there ia too much “red ta|*." and that tlie employ ees of the'Goveinni“nl have very few hours to woik. and very little Hoik within those hours j ai compared with persons employed in similar capacities by private business concerns. Cut such annoying features arc inseparably con- I nested with the theory of Government work. It must be put through by processes as nearly j mechanical as jiossible, so that the death or j removal of ti clerk may not throw an en ire oflice out of gear, and so that tlie dishonesty ol | anv one employee w ill be discovered when ll. e | work i..-. which he practised it is turned over to another for the mxt stage of its progress. AH this involves the reduction of business to infinite detail ai.d its distribution among a multitude of people. If Sen itor. Cockrell and his committee can find away of simplifying these processes their discovery will he warm | ly welcomed. The resul.s of their labor can not fail to be of value and will certainly he of interest, abounding in information which, to i ■ the general public, is now in the nature of a sealed book. The committee is not expicted to pass judg ment iqion the civil service law, but incident ally the operations of the law will come un der the purview of the committee, and the lat ter will be cx|iec(ed to answer such questions ' as the following. Is the Government any bet- , ter served—the public business more rapidly ! expedited, the morals or the methods ot the; several Departments in any respect the gainer i —now that what is called the -spoils system'" j lias been done away with ? It is a matter of no small importance. The 1 people are told that the civil service law, in | its classified application, is working wonders ' of reform, hut they have only hearsay evi- | ’ dence to that tlicet. They are assured that it I is doing away w ith a great deal of favoritism, j 1 relieving the appointing power of much cm- : barrassment, purifying the channels of patron- j ' age. and elevating the standard of clerical ; merit. They ate interested in knowing whether I civil service reform is really all that its friends | 1 claim, or whether it is a sham and a humbug j 1 as its enemies insist. Sci ator Cockrell s com- • unites, with so good an opportunity could an opportunity could find out all about it. ; A Decision on the Interstats Liw Judge Deady, in the United States Circuit Court at Portland. Oregon, lias rendered a de cision which virtually nullifies the long and ! short haul clause of the interstate commerce act. so fai as it effects railroads that are com petitors of water routes. It makesthe dUrine j tion between cciiuiieice wholly within tlie j Stales, and also explains the limita'ions of ! the act as lo carriage of goods beiweei. States ( by lines connecting with but acting im!epei> | dently of each other, ami not leech ing goods | for continuous carriage shipment. The case ' under consideration v\*s (hat of the receiver of the Oregon and t’alif rnia K iilroad ( oin t pany, a road lying wli *■ ly within (he .Stale of Oregon. Judge I)ead> rules Inal the trans- ; ’ J portation of properly from mo Stale to anolh | er is interstate commerce, whether the cat- : 1 riers engaged in moving it or the vehicles in ( i w hich it is b >rne cross the lino of the Slate j or not. The inleistate commerce act does j j not include or apply to all carriers engaged s ( I in interstate commerce, but only such as use ! i a railway ora railway and water cralr -tin- | ( der common control, management,” or ar- j I rangement for a continuous carriage or ship j merit of property from one Slate to another : 1 nor does it apply to the carriage of property by rail wholly within the State, although j 1 shipped from or destined lo a place without | the -Mates, so that such place is not in a for- ! i eign country.. In the case in judgne-nt it is , | held that the Oregon and California road and | the steamers ol the ( begon K lilway and Nav igation Company in the carriage of the goods j in question are not “used under any common . | control, management or arrangement for a j cont unions carriage or shipment thereof, '■ to C and from ''an Francisco within the intent and meaning of the act, and that the carriage and . | handling of said goods is pet formed wholly I i within tlie State, and therefore specially ex , I empled by the I is of the act from its opera- I tion. provided the same are not shipjM- i di reci!y slijp|H*d to and from a foreign eoimt.iy. r ■ llisliop Alfred Lee, of the Protestant hj sere pal diocese of Delaware, died at Wilmington Tuesday, after a long illness, in the eightieth year of his as--. Bishop l.ee was born in Cambridge, Mass., in 4 807, and graduated from Harvard in 1*27. II t studied law, was 1 admitted to the bar in New London, and prac- ! I iced for two years. 'J hen lie decided lo s’udy 1 for the niini'ti v, and graduate.) from the Gen- : ■ eral Theological Seminary of New 'i ork in I 1827. The following year In- became rector of I s Galvary church, Itockdale, Delaware County, i - Pa., where he remained until his elevation to - the Episcopate. This occurred in IsD. I 'n ' til that time the Episcopal elm relies ii Dcla -1 ware had been under the cue of the bishop of 1 Pennsylvania. i Read the advertisement of Mabl. y A Ca , :reit in another column. A Fashion Review will be mailed lo any one sending name and ; address to Ibis enterprising house. ] .Yrir Advertisements. COMPOUND EXTRACiyI^S^ ■ * asw . jSSSr\ The importance of purifying tlie blood can | fipr lie overestimated for without pure bh>il you cannot enjoy good health, At tliis season nearly every ono needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and we ask you to try Hood s Don ilia P Sarsaparilla. It strengthens j r vv/UllCll and Rniuis up the system, creates an appetite, ami tones the digestion, pnila It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to Hood s Sarsaparilla pecul- nr-_ ItSPlf |ar curative powers, No • ItOvM other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood’s Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. food's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists. Prepared by c. 1. Hood $ Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar April 15th—ly, IST OTIC E II KAIyl ARTKIJS OF Till; P. G. RIKt.ES. April 14. ISS7. 1 HIE PRINCE GEORGE'S RIFLES will assemble promptly at o'clock, P. M. at their Armory, SAffnpAV, April- Kkh, for ti e purpose of target practice. The Imanl of Officers will meet promptly at 2 o'clock at 'he Armory for the purpose ol transacting important business. Itv Older, p. w. chew, April 15— Jf Captain. Public School Notice. rpHE County School Commissioners J, will meet On WEDNESDAY, M.nj \H<, 1887. for the transaction of routine bn-mess aiul appointment of Local Trustees. — j All application# ami petitions will be | carefully considered. Hv order ot the IJoanl : THOMAS S. STONK, Secretary. April 15, 1887 —tor P IH'VFKS* n coulalnluM cUred plntHg, *1 100 t*iafcrnvininof differeui I reeds. 1 prim they are worth, ami lici t* l I H u buy them. Duet-lions for Training H and Breeding I VrrclM. Mailed b n JSPMtt f’-r 15 ( ruin. AlboCiiln of Do* 9 Q Furiiinbinic (•ooda of all kinds. | P Then send for Prnrllrnl POM.- 3 I Tit V HOOK. lOOpaicc*; Uu- a liful colored plate; eurviii|;m h of nearly all Linds of fowls; desenp- Jf tjous of the Ireedfc ; bow to caponi/e; M m W plans for poultry bouses; information EA 1 about incubators, and he re lo buy fil yl Kicks from bei slock at I .>Q M n Dr willlaic. Sent for (j Cents. n- I dQk If so. yo-1 utn-d HOOK 01- i M-e| liO |iiAieH. l.iO llliim- L 3 I r W (rations.. Beautiful eolort*il ilate. M m Treatment am. breeding of all kinds Cane wj birds, for pleasure and M ■UI and their cure How f* build and stink M an Aviary. All al-out Parrots. Prices >! U ail kinds birds, ca **-. etc. Mailed !t>r ■ M I.j Ceilln. 'I he Th.ee B<*oks. It) < l. f ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, P / 2J17 South Kiifhlh Streei, Philadelphia. Pa. M April 15th—Iv. GOOD AND | PROFITABIK Hill' f FROM BALTIMORE. Likes,Borwaiiger i Co, One-Price Clolliiers, 10 & 12E. BallimorcSl NEAR CHARLES, i direct attention to their unlimited and matrniHceut iissortment of MKN S. VOI’THS’. HOY'S and CHILDUKX’S CLOTHING and CiIILDKKVS slilUT WAISTS, which they Itavc prepared for tin- Season’s hnsim-ss. YOU NEED CLOTHING For Yourselves. YOU NEED CLOTHING For Your Boys. sn don’t fail t" \i-it our Establishment when in tlie ( ity. K\itv garment ?<>ld upon its merit on : iv. and none leave our premises, that we cannot recommend to tlie letter. Mi tt’s All Wool Suits U no upward.- Youths’ All Wool Suits fT o' Hoys' All Wool Suits si; no ; Uhildren'sall wool Snit.-si .‘>o Lite. Bernier 4 do. clothiers to all. April 15—Jui. 1887 MYBLIY & CAREW, OitEET YOU ONCE MORE. OL*;’ Ai'.vV AXD MAMMOTH DISPLAY OE ('.GODS TOIL SPRING s id SUfvliViEH WEAR, is the lar est, best and ino.-t at i tract;ve that ;t has oxer been our privilege to offer s nee we commenced business in Haitunore. Just such a grans! and perfect stock as every . body would expect to find in Tlio Clothing’ Store of Maryland. MENS’ DEPARTMENT. BOY’S DEPARTMENT si /xA id ■ V - 1 7 '' '■* sin <oir | In tin- ileiortment wo have p 0v..l ■ I '' 11 I .a rah - k*hn|-in i overvihiiig from Hi proltv Ki:t Snir for e' ery .1. pn- •!i n.-w pattern* nisiim- i < liil.lrea. f. ye rs of m: .lo the Inus-t Gar- I l..enir: ,1 expi,-,; v : IM-1... t hi* so:i-i m. m*ii. Or Cm* ami Youth*. 'Uh s <)itrsi>>!e . ; N, ;ly Hindi- tor; Norfolk -nits mn.le from Hue f'IIF.V -r'"l-I.' " 1 I • rv-ee. 81..V1 mi,l So 00, loi’s. . assl \| EItKS, I-I.AID.'. CHECKS ■' r - r.ooi r '.is'imeix- or i'hevi,it j* f illl*E>. Ar,, from 85 up. "T. A"*’ • •-'T V' Three I’i--e; nil-, ( oira or short lanls.) *'!> • no i 1. 1 -1 SI IIS in line | sizes In to |.> year-, *5 up • a—im. !■•••. !>n:i;o.,al, Cork-ricw-, Sailor Suit-. (new *lr-in':i- ) from ?1 los i I u ‘l'- A ', - - 810 to 1 V All Wool Suits for Srboo! wear, - $--'.no I iiiiia... .it- at .-very p-ir.-. from !>-' ets.. to ' Stylishly made .-nils f..j- Dus- wear }|.sl 8 . n. i ■ •' ' nod 85. Ten Thousand Shirt Waists. INCLUDING ALL NEW AND PRETTY STYLES IN WHITE GOODS AND FRENCH AND AMERICAN PER GALES. Prices commence as low as 15 cts . &c. The largest and best assortment of Shirt Waists in Baltimore. LOWEST PRICLS, Children’s Hats, Caps and Furnishings. OUR LARGE AND HANDS' ME ASSORTMENT OF Children’s Hats anti Caps includes new and stylish shapes fur Spring wear. Pricts 25 per cent.'less than are charged Ut hat stores. Men’s Furnishing' Ooods. SHidTS. COLLARS, CUFFS. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, (doves, Neckwear, Umbrellas nnd all artichs, necessary for Gentle mens wear RETAILED AT IMPORTER’S PRICES. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. COMPLETE IN ITS SPLENDID DISPLAY OF CHOICE PIECE GOODS. Prices moderate and frsi-class work guaranteed. \ isit this department when von pome t) Baltimore, and leave your measure- Prices 40 per cent, less than quotations of exclusive tailor*. MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN YOU COME TO THE CITY. STRANGERS AND VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO EXAMINE OUR GOODS. M ABLEY A CAREW \o‘l K.—-Send us your name and address and we will mail Fashion Review. Furnish Mig Goods price list. Rules for self measurement ami set of handsomely frosted cards. April 15—Jin. A'c/r . Idrcrfisements. PICCTIR S INSECT POWDER Never fails to KILL all INSECTS Roaches cannot live where this Powder is properly used. Price 25c. Fur sale by all Di-alers .1. 11. \vinUoliuunn .V t i-.. soi.H rnorniETom, It A IT I unit r, Mil. Aj i d l-s'.h—tim. nui fiTD,Eo! H I Irt M 1 I I 1.; \ 1.1: Ul-I \-i XI 1 wit. .mi did TONII 1 -Mn ... 1 Im * • V 11 '1 ,). H Wiiikrliiianu X t l.’.llin.i r. . ' April 15.1 ly. SHERIFFS LICENSE NOTICE Sheriffs lista Sate:, DRY GOODS. * silks. /.DUS I •/■;/.! /;/.*, It I! ESS (itions. J.IXEXs. FI. AXNKI.S. ItLAN kiris, nonestic < <> rn>ss. \vm 7 k noons. rniSTs.oixciiAMs. 110- sIF Ity, a LOVES. V XI) Elt - II 'EM!, LADIES'A Miss ES' 117/, 1/*.* Every ti 1> 1 class article a Diy Goods House should have it, Low. Medium and High-Priced G ods. One I*, ice for everyone; a chill can buy of us a- cheap as the best judge of Dry Goods. The same price to tiio,-e who desire to utrbase by mail as lo lliuse who visit our Store. We l ave the largest Store in I.tliimore, and carry the greatest variety of all kinds of Dry Goods. Orders for .Simples will receive I,re in j I alien ion. Cn.o ir>|--. when Of'ering Samples, w ill please sav if l.bi k or G'.lors are desired, and _i,e ns an iilea in regard to I’tice. We supply Merchants Ibe belter class of: Diy Goods, not to 1> > bad from Jobbers, and cut any length to suit their customers at low est Piece ;riie. In business for the p >1 .Ml yixtrs HAMILTON EASTER & SONS NEW NOS. 23, 25 and 27 BALTIMOnE StT. Near _'g'nt St., White Marb e Btu ding BALTUIOItE, THE, April TOBACCO C7-AI.I, MX 1 I.S ON HAND. KOK I'lllCE LIST. JAMES BATES, Cor Pratt & President Streets, April *, In- 7 ly. Uai.tijiohk. ■ REWARD Fij'ea Uiai’ileßlna’a l°Uo Kniircly failsfocure. Gives immediate relief, cures cospj SwEi '"I rCJ u * iV'Uir'srl 1,, .s l.y I: lit il l.y ,t. 1- Mo , , U.M. !>-, ar.Lr .8 v, . Ur. ■! calk ~d Aic'r Su, I'L.lada.,Pu. WANTED 7 resent a I JFK INM KWH ( <). I. he.al terms am! ananguineuls. Address "iili re fereius-s, NATIONAL Mi ll Al. 1.11 K ASs'N. I iiM* F. bt., ishillgtoll. I* U* .) Wr Advertisements. Coal-Wood FOR SALE. I AM now prepared to fill orders for COAL and WOOD in quantities from a lon of Coal o a Cord of Wood to a Carload of either and at prices so low as lo le satisfa’tory to all. Parties wishing Carloads of Coal from the mines for July and August delivery will p’ease hand in their orders during mon hi cf April and May as! shill he able to q mte low er prices during these two months than after. □y Wood and Coal delivered in the village at short notice. Terms cash on delivery. GEO. 11. BUNNELL, April 1- -It. A Tits. K. .1. MARSHALL, having reeei t'y 4tX returned from Baltimore .with a fine lot of SPUING and SUMMER GOODS—inclu ding HATS (trimmed and nntiimmed), RIB BONS (a'l colors) - HOSIERY, nice assort ment of DRV GOODS. Flowers (in great va riety), NOTIONS of all sorts, etc., e'c.. is of fering ihe same at lowest CASH prices. La ities will do well lo give her an early call. April Ist, Im TAX SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED, Trustee,duly ap pointed to complete the collection of tuxes remaining uncollected by John G, Hall, de ceased. late Collector of Slate and County Taxes fi r Prince George's County, will sell at public sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at . ihe Conit House door, in tlie Town of Upper Mail boro', on Saturday, April 16tb. 1887, at 12 o'clock M., all that Tract of Land silu ate,l*in Kent District, in Prince George's County, (or so much thereof as may be neces sary,) assessed in the name of the Heirs of Richard G. Cross, containing 187 and five-sixth ACRES, more or less, adjoining the Land of Humphrey Beckett's Heirs, Charles Duvall, Mrs. Harriet Middleton and others, lo satisfy tlie following State and county taxes, to wit : Balance on Slate Tax for 1879 1 11 Stale “ 180 5 12 County “ “ 22 67 Suite “ 1881 5 99 County “ “ 22 68 Sta'e •• ISB2 4 7*> County “ “ 19 52 State 1881 4 R 5 , County " 16 98 Stale “ 1884. .* 4 13 County “ “ 16 PS S ale - ISSS 4 13 County “ “ 17 64 With interest to day of sale and ail costs 1 that have ac rnred or may accrue. JAMES T. PERKINS. March. 25, 1887—ts. Trustee. Order of Ratification. In the Mallei of the Tax Sale of a tract ot Land m Bladnishiirg District of Prince George's County, Maiy'and, called "Conn's I.aiHliini" a,,d asses ed in the name ol Tin m 1.. 1 Inliie. In (hr t'irrull. Court for Prince George’s Cuuiity .\o. 17 Petitions—Jan, Term THE OBJECT of this proceeding is to pro cure the ratification and confirmation of a sale made on the sixteenth day of Eebmarv, ISS7. hv J lliesT. Perkins, Trustee (appoint ed by ihe C ivinl Court for Prince George’*, in Equity, to complete the col lee ion of taxes for tbe Male of Maryland and for tbe Comity C< inniissioneis of Prince G urge's County re mainii g uncollected by John G. Hall, deceas ed, laic c, Rector , f the same), of a Irtct of land called ‘-Conn's Landing,” situated in Bladen-burg District, of said County and as sessed in tbe name of Thomas 1.. Hume, con* taming 39 a in nine-tenths acres as the same is descr bed in the said Trustee's a Ivert seinent of sh‘p. Tlip saiJ Tint*e lia\ing malearepßt lo this Court ol said sale, together with all the proceedings h d in relation thereto, and the proceedings having been exam ned by the 1 Conn, and lb-* same appearinglo he regular, and the provisions of the law in rela'ion there to appearing lo have been coin;-lied w itb —’t is iher, mam. Ibis 15th day of March, 1887, by tlie Circuit Court for Prince George's County, adjudged and ordered that notice be given i,y H,e insi ition of a copy of this order m a weekly newspaper published in Prince George's County, .Maryland, once a week for rtnec'siiccessivc weeks I,i f. re the seventh day tlav < t ApiiG IS>7 Winning aU pt‘isiis inter ested in ihe said piojieily to l>e aiid_ap|H*ar ill lids Court on or before the sain 7th day t ' \pril, I*B7. to show ciuse, if any they have, ■ why said -ale should not be rat tied and con firmed. JOHN B BROOKE. A-sociale Judge. Tine copy--1 cst : JOHN W. BEl.l, Clerk C. C. for P. G. Co., Md. March IBth —t-v. Dropsy! Dropsy ! Dropsy!! , Cure guar, ut -ed in al! its various foi ms. No o|,eration. E im* at once. Hundreds lesfffy to 1 its snjKtrior worth, and all we ask is io give it a fair trial and I, • convinced of its value. W ill send one month treatment, prepared, to any address for 3,1. .1 K WEtDNER. West Earl, Pep i. j L " 1887. LOOK! LI RIDER! To Carpenters and Parties who are going to Build or Repair: We deal in all kinds and sorts ot' Material. Our bids cover everything We a e making low ntos for the cash Trade - Never before h is Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds teen so low at WILLET & LIBBEV’S, the popular Crsb Sale Lumber and Building Material Merchants. We are ship ping large quantities of Material from the city daily. Our sales nave exceeded those of previous years, and they must con tinue. Our Material must keep moving. We have cut and are still lining < n ail Material—making specialties of all Boards 1 Sash, Boors, Blinds and Shingles, which we are selling at cut rate prices We are selling Bright, Yellow Pine Boards, Beautiful, any length desired $1.25 teg“v!hingles way down in price, which is one of our specialities. $&“Be sure to sec that your estimate conics to us if you want a low Bid. JtaT'AII Letters of inquiry will receive prompt attention. — Remember name and place. WILLET & LIBBEY, Sixth St. and New York Are., M.ivh... WASHINGTON. D. C. IVolirc lo Creililoitti. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that the nn dersigned lia* obtained from ttie Orphans' i Court of Prince George's County letters testa mentary on the pei'Oii.-tl estate i f JOHN BOWLING, late of Prince George's county, d>ceased. Ail i persons having claims against said dee-vi-eil are hereby warn-d I - , exliilni. the same, with the vouchers thereof, leg ,lly antt entica'ed, to the subscribers, on or Isjfore t lie 26th divot September, ISS7: ihey ma\ oiln-rw is,- hv law be excluded from all lieneli- ot said estate. All per- ; sons indebted to sai l estate are requested In make immediate |,aiii,eni. Given nt.der onr band this 21st day of March, 1887. JEMIMA O. BOWLING, and GEORGE PLUMMER, Execnlois of John Bowling. March g.s 4w. P M* SMITH, sSuctessor to J. S. Lewis, Hen's & Boys’Fine Boots & Sloes, oYo. 2ld E. Fayette Street. Cbd No 54 W- Fayette Largest a sonment in Baltimore—of good work—for Gents and Bovs. All styles in Store and lo meas-ire, March 25—ly. Order of Ratification. WILLIAM B. JACKSON. JOHN A. BAKER. ELIAS E. WHITE. vs. J. FENWICK YOUNG and NORA C. YOUNG, his wife. In the Circuit Court for Prince George's County, silling in Equity. \o. 1169 Equity. ORDERED, this 9lh day of March in the year PB7. that tlie sale of the property mentioned in these proceeding made and re ported in ihe above ctuse lie finally ratified and confirmed unless cause to the emtrary be shown on or before the 2nd day of April next ; provided a copy of this order lie inserted in some newspaper printeil in Prince George's county, one i in e.u- , of three successive weeks In-fore the said 2nd dav of Anri I next. The rt-|K,rt s'ates lie am nut of sale to he j $600.00. JOHN W. BELT, Clerk, C. C. for P. G. Co., Md. Tine copy —Test : JOHN W. BELT. Cleik. C. C. fr P. G. Co., Md. March II —4w. i 0.8. GARRICK & CO WHOLES ALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IN \viNES, BEER, ETC. I UPPER MARLBORO', Mo. HAVING opened at the new building on , Main Stregt, formerly occupied by Thos. . J, Turner, Esq., as a printing office, we arc prepared to offer lo tlie public a full assort inent of Hie aliove goods. Also IMPORTED WINKS, (X^ - Demijohns filled at City Prices. DySpecial inducements ofierel ( uiiiilry Merchants, A full slock of Tobacco and Cigirs always . on band. QyGive us a call. November 26, 1886—ly. NOTICE. PERSONS having back taxes to pay can save a lib'ral discount by pnrcliasiiu County Pajier, which they can obtain in sun s , to suit fur all years from 1874 to 1885 inclu sive by apply'ng to tlie niidersUncd - J. 11 S. SASSCER, Oct. 22—tf. Upper Ma'boro', Md. I J. EU HUNTT, ; UNDEHTAHLER, T B. Pliixf-K Gko. Co., Ml. KEEI s lot staidly on hand a full line ol FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Will attend funerals at tlie shortest notice, and in best of style. Embalming attended lo when desired. '. Charges moderate. Thankful for past lavor*, 1 i Solicit a continuance. 1 Jau. 21, 1887—ly.’ nO.HEY Til MIA \ MONEY to loan on good Farms in Ibis .ouiny, viz, , $50.). SBOO, 81.000, $2,500, $4,000, $5,000. Also SIOO,OOO to loan in large or small sums for 5 \ears or a shorter period. THOMAS HILL, Fayette A - St. I’aul Sts, March 11 —sin. Ball m> re. Md , TIT ANTED at *4O PER MONTH AND , W EXPENSES PAID, a few good sales men to sell nursery slock. Steady employ [ ment the year round lo successful salesmen. Address with references. D. IL PA 11 5 , Nurseryman, Geneva. N. V. March 18 —3m. t JtOft IMPORTANT TO FARMERS! JtQft ARICH HATORAL GUANO! ' Recently Discovered in a Tropical Island. CHEAP. PROMPT. DURABLE. GUARANTEED TO JL.2>T BONE PHOSPHATE LIME From 45 per Cent Up. HIGH IN VALUE! LOW IN PRICE! WELL and HELPS the LAND at ONCE. Order Early. Send for Circulars. 3B' - CARIB GUANO CO., Room .33 S. GAY ST„ - - Baltimore. March 18—3 m. I-Vli, is K->7 -If. Building Material! Lumber, Brick, Lime, Hash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc. I HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK M HE WASHINGTON OR BALTIMORE ; MARKETS, AND WILL SELL LOWER THAN ANY °THER'DEALER. SEND FOR PRICES ON SINGLE ITEMS OR ESTIMATES. THEY WILL BE PROMPTLY ANSWERED. at*-I UMBER Etc. DELIVERED TO CARS OR BOAT TREE Oh Cll ARC E I KEEC A IT’LL STOCK OF FINE LUMBER SUCH AS CLEAR WHITE PINE, POPLAR, ASHL WALNUT, OA THOMAS W. SMITH, Opposite H (I. Passenger Department, . nAV WASHINGTON April 10. I\.