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THE PRINCE GEORGES ENQUIRER UPPER MARROROUGH, MARYLAND, APRIL 15, 1887.
sot;il aut> Ucrsfliial.
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Arrival and Departure of Trains—New Scliednle.
Leave tor Baltimore ai\<l Washington < 23 3 M
Leave for Baltimore ami Washington 3 M 1 .M
Arrive at Marlboro’ ® t'J
Arrive at Marlboro'. ® sl
The Circuit Court-
This has been a busy week in * oun
ami unite a number of oases have teen 1 tied j
All the Judges have been in at tendance. The ,
Grand Jury will adj turn to-day ami be dis- j
charged. Thev have found till indictments. j
The following cases have been disposed ot :
since our last report :
Hubbard & Bros. vs. UTn. W.Waring, j
Tried before Jury. Verdict for appellee.
Motion for a new trial was argued on !
Friday, hut tin- motion was overruled. |
Messrs. J. C. Mullikin and Roberts &
Stanley for Hubbard <fe Bros., and Geo.
C Merrick for Waring, the appellee.
Columbus T. Bun ham vs. Susan 11.
Cook and Wm. F. I'almer. Action ot
replevin. Tried on demurer to pleas.•*—
Argued before the Court for plaintiff by
Wm. Stanley, and for defendant by Geo.
C. Merrick." Demurrer overruled and
judgment for Rlaintifi for property rc
plevined and 1 cent damages and costs.
Moses Craig vs. State oi Maryland ; an
appeal from a decision ot 1 liomas J.
Frazier, Justice of the Peace, imposing
a tine for gunning without license.—
Tried before the Court and judgment
reversed, and line ordered to be paid
back to traverser. Woodbury Wheeler
and William Stanley forCruig: Brandt
for State.
F. C. Burnett ami C. S. Brady vs. the
Slate of Maryland; an appeal from D.
T. Sheriff’, a’Just it e of the Peace, for
tine imposed for gunning on the Sab
bath. Tried before the Court and held
sub curia. Marion Duckett and C. S.
Bundy for appellants; Brandt lor State.
Same vs. same. Tried before tbet ourl
on demurrer for gunning without a
license. Demurrer sustained anil case
dismissed.
Hays vs. Hays. Proceedings for di
vorce a vinculo matrimonii. Petition
granted. Marion Dneket for com
plainant.
Thomas M. Underwood vs. J. Willie
Jenkins. Replevin, appeal from a Jus
tice of the Peace, tried before the Court
judgment affirmed with costs. Merrick
tor Underwood ami Roberts it Stanley
for Jenkins.
Stale vs. John W. CottrtMi, indicted
for larceny ; tried before a jury and ac
quitted. Btaudl for Slate and Merrick
Jor prisoner.
Stats vs. William Alexander; indict
.ed for laceny; tried before 11 to Court
diml found guilty. Brandt b r State,
.Joseph S. Wilson for prisoner
James Edward Harrison by Richard Harri
sin. his father amt next, friend, vs. Ihe Lau
rel Company of Prince Georges county. Ac
t" at for damages for injuries sustained while
in the employ of the company. Ihe boy was
caught by a revolvii g shaft and I ad his arm
broken. The suit was for $2,1310 damages.
After several hours dehlieratiou the jury ren
dered a verdict for Plaintiff fir S3O damages I
and costs. C. 11. Stanley for Plaintiff: Roberts 1
and S’anley for Defendant.
Andrew Harrison vs. The Laurel Com pa- I
vry. Action for damages fir loss ol services ol j
-*.>*, Submitted to the Court without trial j
and vav Jjct for pltintilf for $lO a id costs reu- 1
•dered.
Slate vs. Jsiair Gray and Louis Cranford.--
Jnrticled for larceny. Plea of guiltv couless
-*J. Sentenced to the Penitentiary t- r fifteen
months each.
State, vs. James Brooks, indicted for as
sault. I*l*3 of guilty confessed.
The case the State vs. John 11, Johnson!
javui Isaac Locker. indictment for highway j
jobbery, was being tewd when the Court ad- j
J<()nett. Brandt for State, .Merrick and C. |
Magruder for prisoners.
The following is the corrected list of t e
j, Week's Relit-Jury who will be required to
be in attendance on Monday t ext.
(Clarence Hall .Gorge Dale.
Otlia \V. Brooke Edwatd U Owens
llezektab Klock John O Hill.
Richard T .S:mili Jeremiah Haw tins..,.
Theodore B Middleton. William Soea
N cbolas Brooke.,, Beale 1) Mullikin
James li Gibbons.,..Francis S Marlin
S epben W Duckett. Augustus Lancaster..
Joseph A Miles Charles Harbin
Jlenj. F Duvall, hr Julius H Pyles,
William E Spencer... Walter P Griffin,,,,,.
E Behrand Michael Scott
E B F Conuick
.Church Items-
Tie Easter offertory at hi. Mary’s
Chapei, Woodville, was Sol 2b.
A handsome memorial window has bean
recently been placed in St. Mary’s Chapel,
■JVoodxille, to the memory of Rev. Alex. Mar
bury, M. D.
At a meeting of Sr. Paul’s congregation,
fhi* county, on Easter Monday. the fdloxv
jng gentlemen were elected \\ ardeus anil :
Vestrymen: Senior Warden, Mr. Fletcher j
JVrrie ; Junior Warde i, Mr. Wallace 1 li’un- j
iis. Vestrymen . Messrs, P. A. Bowen, Bar- j
k. Tuinei. Chari.s H. M<TS.eixm. M jir
J> liglas-* -Mete r. linn Titos. H. Pi trie, Juo. |
Turner, Fred Skinner, Then. Hunt. le*gi'- j
irar. Mr. Aqutla Robinson.
At Trini'y Church on Eistcr Sunday the |
s rvices were very impressive. Excellent um- :
•gr was rendered by a full ebuir. Ihe chan- |
e. t was !>• auliliiliy decorated with liowers, |
the eoMiiiiil’e !to whom this matter was en |
ir isle! living peif.itmed the duty with the i
highest decree of credit. The Rector acknowl- i
a’ii;ed oti behalf of the congregation the dona
tUt> to Trinity Church of a very handsome |
RihUt from Mrs, Tiabai.d and children, :ind
£>( tw* gets of beautiful Prayer Books and
Hyiunals from Mrs. Itotlistein and sons.
The Easter Sunday collection at Trinity j
Cbu cli va - $137.87. and the mite chests ol j
the Sc.day School children amounted to j
•S:W. 75 (fowls mine. After the morning ;t*r
jrice at lids < Lurch on Monday, the annual j
electi< n of a Vestiv in k place. The old 1
Ves'ly, consisting of Messts Chailes Claietf, ]
Robert ACldgef, It. B. B. Chew, J <s K Uoh
erfs, Wm. JL Clagelt, George M. Bunnell, K.
(rving Bowie and ] . Sasscer, Jr , were clicsen. I
Judge Claew was elected delegate to the text ]
Diocesan Convention, with Mr. William B, |
(CU*’oL as alternate. Judge Chew and F, j
fsosuvt. Jr. were chosen Wardens l*r the en- j
suing year.
Tlte entire services of Hdy \V e.-k I<m k
place hete in M. Mary’s Call* !i>* i hutch.— j
There was a High Mass on 11 dy 'J’l ti sday,
full v. dby a profession to the new l!**p< >.-
tiny, which was elaborately decorated with :
iaidtesauluatui.il Hovers. Do Good Fri- j
day the mus of the Pce-s.iuctitied was c< li
bra al. followed by tlie L int rotations: Ihe j
ceremonies of Sa'uie ly iiieiu led tlie blessing j
of lire, Paschal candle, water, and the rectla- j
lion of the pr op’ucles. a 11 o’el >;k on E <s- ;
terSu iday, High Mu> was sung by the pus- j
tor, H tv. J. A. Cunnane. The altars were ;
hands ml ;ly dresstd with tin .vers, everg ecus, j
etc., atnl the ue.v Paschal shone out coasptc- j
irtasly amiil the mat y httrnitig lights. The
music on the occasion, Mozart's No. 1 . was
well execute 1 by the choir: Mis* Edi h Hill,
soprano: Mr. George W. Wi'.-on. tenor, and
Mr. T. J. Grant, bass.
The Ar.-ival J the Truck
The Truck; and outtil minufactur'd h • j
Mesers. Holloway .V Co., i.f Baltimi re, for
tl e Jr.fi Association of this Town, arrived on
Wediiesday last. It was brought ..ver (om j
(he Station about mid day in charge of the j
cf C is of the Association, l o ng drawn bv I
the school leys to uloni the occasion was a
gra n 1 frolic. The m w house, winch, when
pat nted, will he qu le an •rn intent to the
Tow i, was ready for the reception of the
Truck, and It was pla-ed in posit’u n it, t h .
afternoon.
Brevities-
Sunday was sai 1 to he the warmest lb It ol
I April experienced in seventeen years.
Mr. W. 11. Fowler has resigned the post
i lion o f post master at Camp springs.
The Howard Kill 's, of Charles county, are
to have an all day drill to-morrow.
I The Orphans' Court will meet next Tues
i day : ami on the same day the County Com
i missioners will be in session.
! The cases on exceptions to tax sales which;
j were to have been tried yesterday morning at
| o o’clock were postponed until next Monday.
! The pleasant weather we have been enjoy- ;
j ing has revived the driving season ami made |
| our streets attractive wit h fine turnouts,
j "flip (lowers that bloom in the Spring, tra |
la" have got tost about as much husiiie'S on ,
j hand as they can attend to.
| ‘-Can’t eat a thing.” Hood’s Sarsaparilla
is a wonderful medicine for creating an appe
tite, regulating digestion, and giving strength.
The report that was circulated here last
Thursday that a nvtuhad been killed in Oxen
Hill district, proved, fortunately, to he with
out foundation.
The season ot sa< kcloth and ashes being
over a j leasat.t little round of social festivi-
I ties, in the shape of card parties, have already
ccnimenced. The Easter Ball, owing to, we
! know not what. has se< miligly been laid on
| the shelf.
i The secret of success of seme towns is in
j the fact that ail the people join as one man
in every pilott and enterprise calculated to
build up the interests of the town. It can not
be expected that a town will prosper as it
should when the chief occupation of each per
son is lo try to tear his neighbor down. The
advantages to be derived from the investment
of capital in permanent and safe paying manu
facturing enteiprises, requiring the employ
ing a large numbers of operatives, can hardly
be estimated. It is just such an impetus as
our town needs, and if consummated, its beli
ef! s will be felt by all classes of our cil zeits.
The Ladies' Ass:cAtion-
On Easier Monday after niorning ser
vice this Association held its Annual meeting
at Trinity Church and, after official reports
from its officers were presented, it proceeded
to the election of officers for the current year.
All the old officers weio re-elected, and are as
follows. President, Mrs. I. S. Wilson; V h'e-
Presideut, Mrs. Joseph K. Roberts; Secreta
ry, Mrs. A. T. Brooke, ami Treasurer. Miss
Eilie D. Sosscer. Through the official reports,
the Association showed a year of noble, tire
less endeavor in charities and thoughtful
ministrations. The Association has. indeed,
a noble tecoiil all through its long and well
doing life, and (hat recogniced fact must be
a source of pleasant gratification ty its many
earnest members. The Rector now proposes |
to form a Biolht rhootl, s< meriting on the I
! saum plan, ami there will boa meeting at tbe j
Court House for that purpose, at liie o’clock
! to-in°rro.v ('o-t no m. H’e liopr it may be j
! well attended ami pneonraged.
c
Meeting of the Fire Association.
'1 he Fire Association held a meeting
o.t Wednesday night, with the President, Mr. I
C. C, Magimler, in the cl air. In the absence j
of the Sect clary, Mr. A. G. Daley was ap
pointed Sectetary, yo'o inn. Repents of Com
! mitU'Ps being in order, the Building Commit
i tee reporled the 'I tnek House lo be comple*-
j ed, but that the sum of $J2‘) Jp > s still due
Mr. John C. Wyville on coi.tiact for building;
They also repotted that paint for ike same
hail been ordered by Mr. 1. S. Wilson, who
bad consented to wait for leiniliutsemen! un
lit u.e Association shall have the necessary
funds in hand. ScVe until bets of t(ie As
sociation agreed each lo pay lor one day’s
painting. Mr. William Stanley, one of the
committee appointed lo draw deed for Ttuck
llous-' lot, reputed that the deed had not yet
been prepared. The pmchasiug committee
rejtotleil that the Truck and Equipments, af;i
Fire Extinguishers hail all been paid for, at a
cost of tjt joU, and that they had $2:lo iu coun
ty paper in hand lo go towards the building of
Duck House,
A resolution was passed Honking the com
mittee for their services.
On motion each member of the Association
was allow ed lo j toutre a key for Truck
House at his ow n cost.
Adjourned lo meet on the :!d Thursday in
April.
The Boaul of Directors of the Association, i
c insisting i flhe following gentlemen . Joi. K.
: Roberts, 1. S. Wilson, C. t . Magi mler. Dr. L.
j A. Griffith. James Halils, Jos. $. Wilson, Juo
! 11. Ttaband, G. W. Coon, Cl aries Gill, are
! ttq iesle.l to meet l <-iii crow (Saturday) eve
ning at eight o'clock
j Tue Crop Frtspect
-1 here is lunch complaint among our i
j farmers os to the it jury done the wheat by 1
j the sev. ie weather inis winter. The general
i opinio.i is t iat the crop will he shirt, not a|
| few thinking that there will scarcely lye half |
an aveiitje yield, even fruit* that sown or put j
I in. Some say the grain came up badly. Oti.- j
j e.s, that it has been frozen or Killed out to 3
j considerable extent by the alternate warm |
1 and cold weather we hail at 01. e lime during
a 1
1 t ie past winter: while others still deplore the '
damage caused by the covering of ice on the .
i wheat lidos. And si me complain of these j
| evils. Then it w ill be remembered that many I
of our farmers Idled to sou their wheat be
cause they were unable to prepare the land
on account of the tin n:h 1 si sun liter and
| fall, an I that ri e wheal pul m was variously
■ estimate I'<• !■ f.om on-! a I to two-thirds !
I (Holy of llif* iisn il a -re ire. From t tese | rem
! 1 ,es it would M-ein that ••nr loiin y will be
fnrliiiiate to seci.it- this \>-ai half an aveiage
j en p.
Tike Notice
That the aniiiial Sjn ii" a hr.iiiu-- m*nt
j of Messrs. lei lo lie
people of 1 Vince i* uniy ;i| p *ars in
our lo-ji iv. Whiftii jnu lo to purchase
your Spring suit give them a call. Their
stork ami aw>rimen are u t sir pistil any
where, ami they have :i Urge nuuiher of cus
| tmiiers in this coirry w!io so*in losiiu; lo
| them. Kead llieir atlv r isem *t elsew liere.
| Don't Experiment
You canii if allT I to waste lime in ex
-1 perimenting when ymir lungs ate in danger,
j Coiisump'ion always stems, at first, only a
1 cold. Do no’ permit any dealer lo impose 1
j upon you with any cheap imitation of Dr. 1
I King’s Xew Discovety fur Consumption,
| Coughs and Colds, hut be sure you get the j
genuine. Bcause he can make more profit '
he may tell you he has something just as ]
1 good, or just the same. Don't he deceived,
but insist upon getting Dr. King's Xew Dis- j
covety. which is gm-auteed lo give relief in
all 'i'hroa'. I.ting and Chest a fleet ions. Trial
bottles free at W. II Harper's Drug Store.—
Large Untiles sl.
Saved His Life-
Mr. I>. I. W.lcnxson, of II use Cave,
Kentucky, says he was. foi many years, badly
alllicte<l with Phlltisic, aLo Diabetes; the
pains weie almist nnenilurable and would
sotnelimes a’m >st throw him into convulsions.
1 He ttieti Electric Bitters and got relief from |
j first bottle, and after taking six bottles was 1
entirely cured, and had gained in llesh eight
een pounds. Says he positively believes that
lie would have died, had it not been for tie
relief all', tided bv Electric Bitters. So’d at flf
! tv |ends a bottle a* W. H. Harpei’s Drug
S’ore. i
Science in Butter Making.
Xew and great discovery in butter mak
ing, whereby we propose to produce Irotu live
to six pounds of hultei from a gallon of milk
or cream.
O/tc hvu'linl uit'l fifty !■< >• mil on r lln nbl
tray, ami iromlrrful ax it may scan m nndi
il good.
AMI WIIKUKAS.
The said W. 1 Mt'Causland and 11. Kxall
did, on the thirtieth day of January, ISSf. sell
and convey the riglit to the State ot Mary
land . in said invent ion lo b . 11. \\ tlson, ol the
Oily of Baltimore, the same being recorded
i in Liber G„ 34 pice, 10-s tiansfers of pa'cuts.
! at Washington, D. C.
Ist. It is fro* from adulteration.
2d. it is pleasant lo the taste and go< d.
! :>d. The Cow is tin’ producer t f the materi
; al out of which it is made.
| 4th. Any ore can nn.ke it in any kind ot
j churn.
I sth. The tlotlors 11 commend it as being
healthful.
Oth. With this process yon can also refresh
butter made the old way.
Tilt. For this alon t it is valuable.
Bt!i. Samples can be seen at our office. No.
0. West Baltimore Street. 2 doors It out
Charles Street. third floor.
We will sell the following towns and dis
tricts al the f dlowing pi ices. Right atnl title
given.
Accuket k. Sit 0 : Agricultural College, $!-*> '
Aqttasco, $l5O : Beltsville, $<;0: Lladens
burg. $.50 ; Camp Springs, ; Clinton, S’." l '
Croonie, s2o; Forestvilie, s‘,to ; bort \\ ash
ington, *55; Hicks’ Mills, S!Mi; Hyaltsvillc,
$150: Bowie, : Brauc'iville, Bran
dywine. V-0: Brightseit, : Buxtons. $2 >:
Cheltenh mi, $00; Cullingion. S'.o ; Croom
S ation, s2o; Fort Foote, SoO; Halls, s2o ;
Horse Head. $10); Lanhatus, sfiO.
Parsons wanting more Ilian one district, a
S[ e.'ial rate w ill be made. For further infor
inatien apply lo F. H. Wilson* \o. 0. est
Ballimore S' reel. Tl door fton-; Charles, 3d
lloor, Ballimote, Md.
Cut this out as it will not appear again
Mention this paper.
Buoklen'g Arnic* Safvr
The best salve in rite wot Id for Cuts.
Bruises, Soros, Fleers, Salt Khettni, Fever
Sons. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
cure Piles, or no pay required. It is guarait
teed lo give perfect salilaction, or money re
funded. Price 2.*> cents per box. For sale by
W. IL Hat per.
fim
5
POWDER
Absolutely Purer
Thiv power never varies. A inatvel of pu
rity. stlength and wholesomcness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
low test, short weight alum or phosphate pow -
ders. Sold only in oana. Ucval Baking
Powdku Co., 100 Wall St., Ni w York.
November Iff—J c t.
Miscellaneous Aclve’tisevmtif
FRANK HUME
wnoi E.SALE
Grocer and Liquor Dealer,
No, 454 Peana. Aye.,
WASHINGTON, D C.
Goods Packed ami Delivered Free ol
Charge. Jan. 20,1887 —ly.
NATIONAL HOTEL
WASHINGTON, I>. C.
Largest Hotel in the City.
Remodeled. Refurnihed.
i .Vfir Passenger Elevator.
j ]Vices from $2 .70 lo $4 per day, awarding
i to location of room
This Hotel is pleasant ly located, ginj is con
i veniunl to oil Government I).paiimanis.
Safest Hotel in the county incase of fire, 1
1 having six different stairways from top to
: ground Hi nit.
Horse cars pass the t 00 ■ to all parts of City.
F. TENNEY A CO.,
Dec. 25, 188C—tf. Prop’s.
for Infants and Children.
■'Caatorlaisso well adapted tachildren that I Ciatrt eurog Colic, Constipation.
I recommend it as superior to any prescription I §.°j* r Stomach. D;arrhfi>a, l.i.
known to me • ILA Unt.it.ll. D.. | e ‘ VCS P (
111 So. Oxford Sk, Brooklyn, N. T. | Without injurious meUicatioo. I
Th* Cxxtacu CciU’a.sT, 132 Pulton Street, N. Y.
November 19, lSßff—lv.
t
| S. HALIMS WIMSATT. A. G. l lII.KK. ;
CUE AC AS THE CHEAPEST GOOD AS THE HE ST. '
WIMSATT & UHhKU,
DEAL U.s IN
LUMBER.BRICKS.LIM EaN ( EM EN T
AND .v.AXI FACT! OF
Sash. Doors. Blinds, Moulding Brackets. Etc., and Briskhcuse W *<,•. rt*w a * .in! i
YARD and MILL, Ui STREET, S .
March 25—‘f. WASHINGTON. I (
M'scclla neon x . in'rcj 'w mis.
BOLTON BROS.,
M:\i.ri.' 1 \
Glass,Oils iN Paints,
&as aeil Pine Tar. Oalnin,Pitcl,
Slain, Coal and Gasoline Oils, j
LAMPS, SIGNAL I.\XTFRVS, ,• „ Ac.
Engineers and Machinists
SUPPLIES,
Ready Mixed Paints,
OILS
ill _r. lioltinL. I* >s■*. li Tiler Felt,
Dolt;. Nills, U iiMiers, Albany a .
llilOS.
• ami xi WEST PBiTT ST„
BAI.TIMORF.
April 3(i. isxi—l v.
“the m |
111 sitld 11 it 11 to cnr Premiums. ;t li.-t o: which will j
be >enr on Hpplical on. we wbicli t rail • no- i
tice to our ( nbinet Portraits of
UOijhifs Carte** Eftijlish Mikailo
Com/xm// ,’
Kii'ii* Avctftie Theatre. New York-
No light opera has ever been produc
ed in the Tubed States float has t jual
ed in popularity ‘*Tlie Mikado."’ Jhe
original company to pioduce ; t in this |
country was |>’>vley Carte's English
Company, selected there by Gilbert and
Sullivan and sent to this country. We
j have issued, for distribution to our pa
trons wlio will send us wrappers as be- j
low a series of seven cabinet portraits ot
these artists, in character ami costume,
the finest | biographic gelatine wink
overproduced- 'l*hey comprise
Geraldine IT mar, as "Viun Viuu.* i
Misses I’lniar, Foster and Maur, as
‘•Three Little Maids from School." j
Kate Foster, a “Tilli Sinu " ;
George Thorne, *s “Ko Ko.*' j
Court ice Pounds, as ‘-Nanki lVo." i
Frederiei, as “The Mikado.**
Fred Billington, as “Pckli Hah.** j
KT-Oiir jnipe f.r tl.pse |Hrtai:s is twenty-!
five cents each, but to any wh.i ues om j
soap, and sending ms ]'t wrappers of Dobbin's j
Electric S up, ami fnil poslcdiiee addiess, we
will send the whole series, postal:' paid, and
fret nr rlany*
I. L. OR AGIN & CO.,
ll!( S .Fourfli St., I’iiila
ISarhonr \ IManiiflon,
WItOI KSAI 1; At.KXTS
Gl4 & 61*3 Peensylvaaia Ave.-
August 20—ly. Wasiiixi.ic.\. I’. ( . |
Dk Corncv W. Tikoi. II It. Wiiitklev i
THOM & WHITE!,EY,
Bankers & Brokers,
Cor. German *V - Calvert Sts,
P.O. Ecx4G9- BALTIMORE, MD.
kk; ; 1: \ fiinMi-c-ioN to
Hon. S. B II ANTiv
Fim’ei; Mai;i r.oito', Mi>. I
FRANKLIN BANK,
Bai.timouk, Mauvi.axu. j
3LT' Conespon.lciKV S.<l ici;c l.
Feb. 20— ly.
ELYS r Catarrh
CREAM BALM
Givesrdir/ni ... ■■ v
and On; x lN |
COLD IN
' CATJIRS:;
HAY fEVj-Hg y
ou* Drans ,ntd - —4- . - J
teu^oiom
~ A |>article of tbe Fa m npj li- i inro each nostril,
is agreeable to ! Hiid - i 1 ; • idy nbsorl>ed. effect
ually dennsing t lie ncgr.l of catarrhal virus,
L.tijifip** jic.Tiihy cr riins.
It allays pain and inthtinni.v. m. tr. im- the mem
branal linings of from* additional colds,
completely heals the sores and rr-sbres the sense f
of taste and smell. liendl i.tl i ’-uhs arc realized
by a few applications.
A fhonmah treatho nt > ;Vr re.
Price 50 cents at druggists; by mail, registered,
CO cents, i ‘iretdars sent free.
}:i.V BIfOTIIKRS, druggists, Owego, N V.
(latnrrli is Not a |)Iood l>iseie.
No inatlrr what parts It may finally effect, ca
tarrh always starts in the head, and belongs to tbe j
head. There is no in;, ster v about the origin of this j
dreadful disease, li begins in a neelertod cold. !
One of tlie kintl that is “sure lo be better in a few I
days.” Thousands of victims know how it is by
sad experience. Kly’a Cream If-dm cure s < o’ds iu
vke head and catarrh in all its sta. es.
Xo vein her 12—ly.
WE WAKT s MFN ever>when*. ;
local and traveling, to sell our goods, I
Will pay good salary and expenses. Write for
terms al once, and state salary wanted.
1 STANDARD MLVEK WALEtOMFV.
Feb 12—Ini. Lost on, M ass
Mixed/nncon ,v . Idris.
In 1 Ki'v Solr in Ihllli.
{
JOOK witli pure eyes. Link upon pun 1 ob
_J jects. Eat pure fond. !)iink pure water.
Speak tin* pun* truth. Act from pure motives.
Love w ith a pure love. sia; pure songs. En
tertain pure thoughts. Read pine hooks.—
Hepatite pure air—and use Monebiaker's pure
and unadulterated medicines and preparations.
You will highly appreciate the good results
from the use of these celebrated family neces
sities. Von know there are thousands <■)
wotlliless humbugs solo on the maiket t.ot for
any met it they posse-;, hut f.oni whooping em
tip, and jits! as soon as t];>■ whoop dies tint, so
soon does the hnmhn ; die. All the testimo
nial-lie! i.dv e: i ,sen.,-,it.s in lie wot Id would
net itulnfi yt.n u> invest \oitr money in an ar
ticle that \m know to he w c i thless, then he
wn! e of these core alls; tl esc advertised rem
edies good for ever) thing. Stonehtaker's Asth
ma Cnre, cures Asthma, Iml it will not Cll re
evety ailment to which humanity is heir.—
Stoinduaket's ('atari!, (’lire, cures Catairh.
hnt it w ill not cine l.’heiimalism. Stonebrak
ei's Liniiiiai.t cures Lumbago, Neuralgia,
pains in tl.e side ..r Sin hs. Scalds, limns. Old
Sores. Itruises, ( hiildaiiis, Flost I Sites. King
w onus,*Tell. r. sprains, Swelled Joints. Sore
Throat. Mumps. Poison, (lout. Spinal Dis
ease. I’lenii-y, I’a ns nmler shoulder blade,
outlie die.- 1 ii will do a weak back more
got a! in on. mg .t. than all tin 1 plasters in the
world, it stands wibiout a rival for Rbeunia
lism, swelling in hoises. scratches, old sores,
kicks, w indgalls. and all diseases which re
(ptire an external remedy.
It i- light laughable sometimes lo read
about the letuaikabie virtue of some Pills, as
we men totted, good for cv tubing; be care
fid. go Mow. Don't lake any such Pills.—
Sionebraker's Liver 1 lis are indorsed by the
medical profession, white minds are not pre
judiced against ll e vert hi t LAtr P.IIs eter
offered b> the wot Id.
Stom braki r's ( Hugh > . i up Is a purely vege
table compound, it has been in the market
neatly half a century. Mail) Cough reme
dies have sprung up since, and claimed to be
vegetable, but they are poor imitations, and
the public should be careful that they get
.Sionebraker's. it cures Coughs and violent
colds, relieves iriilalion and hoarseness, heals
sore tl roat, and allays inflamation of the bron
chial lubes Nays Mr. K. L. Sempers, of Ma
ple, Md : d have been selling tstiuebraker’s
medicines for years, and the) have produced
some of the most remaikable cures I ever wit
nessed and I am "u years of ag l .
Two-thirds of (be poultry iniseis through
out the West attribute their success jo the Ire
ijiient use td' S oni maker's Chicken Powders.
They make your fowls healthy and strong,
comtajneniiy they become better layers and
sciteis. -•"> ceirg.
Stonelirakei's Horse, Cattle, Hog and Sheep
Powders contain medical properties absolute
ly essential to the thrift and prosperity of your
stock. They have been for sale throughout
the I nited Vales since ls|P. and have always
given satisfaction Don't )et your stock get
hidebound and .iiab’nv. the teed of nine
tenths of all diseases begins.to sprout when
stock gits in litis condition. Atk for Ntone
ba ker’s, tlie old si and best.
Stonebiiiker's lloise ami Cattle Powers are
il e oldest and most reliable. Puce Jo cents.
Establish'd Pl!'.
Don't make up your mind lo die liecaus? you
have aiu ngh' li.Mst -j’i rents ; n a bottle ol
S'oncbrakei'■> ( C.ngh jsjmp. You'll not iniss
the go cents, hut you’ll soon miss I lie Cough.
< inn k op W uixEit’s (ijtmc.v Ibn sE.
I.'S and lot |V. Pratt Ntieet.
Baltimote. (let) >ber, I'-Mi.
l itk N 11 *.x i.lii; vK t:i; ( iikvii. vt Co.
i.-itl ni-i.—Wo like pleasure in an
nouncing lo yon that we use Stoncbrakcr's
Flavoring Evrap;■. and pronnnoe them the
li: e-t Wc have Vl.' Ilsi d We endeavor to
give on: gnes’s iia ■•_, •. ■ t lie market af
fords.
Vi ; \ '• idv muiis.
,!. 11. I. WAGNER.
srnM-:nm k‘Kirs
Far.il” Medicine:Standard Preparations
y ♦
I’l.l f A ill s> ON: \ liV TIIK
StonchrnLa Chemical Co..
BALTIMORE, MIL, U. S. A.
MurolM ,lv-T —ly.
Start Hints on Social Stiquettc.
Ci >MI I 1 1-. I > IV. in usi 1 woikson
) flit' mm ;ft !;. ••Aunt Matilda. ** IV.C6 40
Cents.
This hot k >1 • i.l.i I f in c-veiy family desi
rous of knowing, “the pr. {.*;• thing lotto."
Wf all desire to h.-have pioperly, amt to
know what is the l ‘ school of manners.
Wliat shall wo touch our children that they
in;i\ gooni into lire world well hreil men ami
women *.*
"SHORT HINTS, ■’
contains the answer and will be mailed lo any
ad.li css postage prep lid on receipt of price.
i. L CRAGIN \ CO.,
March I tf. Philadelphia, Pa
jsiti rorlv-sorond Year. Pisil
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MORRIS 1 HI ELI PS * CO.
f li :f. No. 11 Park Place.
N K, W VOT? K
mm and mns nn
21 N. Liberty Sreet.,
BALTIMORE.
I r ami 1 letter I
j assortment than any house
south of New York. Buggies j
from SSO uji ; and the best 875
ami 8100 Buggies in the United i
States. Country trade a special*
tv. and respectfully solicited. A:
trial all 1 ask.
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Proprietor
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i similai n .iiif.
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Our beautiful illustrate! *• Catalomo of
s i ns, Bom s. !*i \nts a- in jilf.l loanv addnss
. ' hen •l y
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I\ Mann Co.'s Column.
)
TO THE
FARMERS
OF
i Prince Gem Coimlv 1
U t
We Call tor Attention to Our Different
BRANDS
OiF 1
Fertilizers.
MANN’S
Pure Raw Bone Mai
Is made from BUTCHER BOXES, which
have not been steamed or baked and con
tains a larger percentage of AMMO
NIA and BONE PHOSPHATE of
Lime than any other Bone in the
Market. PURITY GUAR
ANTEED.
|
MANN’S
m DISSOLVED DONE DUS!.
Strictly Pure from Adulterations.
MANN’S
Potomac Ammoniated Super |
Phosphate.
Composed, of ground BUTCHER BONES
and high grade Ainmoniacal matter. This is a
Complete MANURE containing all the
elements of plant food il is necessary ]o
apply to the soil. It is free from all
adulterations or cheap ingredients
to make bulk. And is offered
at the LOWEST PRICE
consistent with its high quality,
its dryness and fine mechanical con
difon makes it specially adapted for dril
ling and is recommended as being
Prompt. Permanent and Efficient.
and is manufactured with gie.it
care under our personal
supervision.
SAMPLES AND PRICE LIST SENT ON
APPLICATION.
We guarantee
that we can furnish
these articles at a
smaller COST than
they can be procur
ed in other Cities.
j
|
I‘. MANN & CO.
207
7TH STREET, IST. W.
WASHINGTON, U. 0,
August iiO—ly.
I 1
i\ 11. UvixlteU Jr. if- Cn’x Column
HE rs KELL’S
COHN FKRTiLIZEH
A REQUISITE for CORN CROP, closured
especially to supply what Ibe nature of this
Crop rnpii'ns, absolub Iv f—e from elieap adul
terations. I’roinpf. •ii eiv ..-nil 11 ■ rii.
f isuriiiy larje > ■> ; •.
HEISKELL’S
Po / a/o /V rlllizer,
i
j i liis (.1 ANiMs lirh in Atiimonia, Hone,
i I'liosj uaie ol i im* and IVtasli. Combines
/ : what the iat lire cl the potato needs. Pro*
| duces rapid ami tfVeofive le-snhs. Early mr
i unity. p‘i fort ion of* *dz rt , and the yields
I masKKLi/s
Tobacco Fertilizer,
M EARS KOI* ITSELF.
HEISKELL’S
MIXTURE
for GENERAL crops.

_
HEISKELLS
I Ammoniatcd Dissolved Bone
Super-Phosphate.
FIXE GROUND ANIMAL HoXE
KAINTT \X 1 > PLASTER.
THE GILPIN,
I
i
. *" VS.
Any Plow in the World.
COIiUMSIA
CHILLED PLOWS.
A buy—n 1 Horse—a Light Two-Horse Plow
a Singlc.Sliovel Plow ami a Potato Dicger
-all 5 tor $4 50.
| ACME, CHAMPION AND CASIIO
SI -A. IR, HAD o w s
.
j POTATOES.
j Select Northern s->eil S ock—Eirly Rose,
R'autv of 1! broil, Dakota Red,
Burbank and Peerless.
APIN'ffALL Potato Planter.'
With or without Fertilizer Attachment.
Lavs nf, nicks the next row, drows llie Pota
toes, sows the Fertilizer and covers, all in one
1 operation. A Perfect Machine. V yreat econ
! ouiisi rof valuable time and labor.
New Crop
of all kinds of CHOICE FIELD .VXD GAU
DENSLEDS. Warranted genuine
and true to name.
SEED O Vi s and SEED CORN.
Deere’s Double Rowed CORN PLANTER,
with and without F ■ till/. >r f Attachment Jand
Cheek Rover. <>nc II use Corn Planters and
Drills.
Osborne’s new Right Steel-Frame Hinders,
f.’glit Independent Reapers. CRT 3 Examine
i Osborne’s New l.’glil Pnminni Mowers and
f Hinders at our Sir,' before placing your order
The‘-Tin-mas’’ Lito>t Improv 'd liay-Tei’.
der, the •• Thomas” S ikv R 1. .
Old Hickory Wagons,
At ■!er car-1.i.i.1 j i>; :eeeiv< I. Inline-s.
i cotn ,ig.- i'd ; 1 >in—i , end) a- cd Andrew .1 ick- !
son to il.c In-ails of 1 1,.- American people—j
I Sirenjlh, durability and honest construction I
are the characteristics of the‘-Old Hi, kor>”
Wagon. All sizes ai d putt rns. The
The (lisi Wagon on Wlktln.
Wide for a circular.
I IRON TURBINE WIND MILLS. BUCK- !
EYK FORCE ami CUCUMBER PI MPS. I
Eventhirg for the Farm and Garden.
XT" A ile-ei ipLve catalogue of any of our i
, goods and p; let- j,j, nipt ly fnmishe 1 il|x>M ap- j
plie.ition.
*
• i iS\ i i j, Jr. 410,
Agricultural "W'arehouse tf
Seed Store,
i:S Louisiana Ave. and <>!<(
S’. *L, \. U
Between
Oth and 10th Sts-, Outre Market and Hay
scales, and Cor. H. ami Water street, S. W
WASHINGTON. 14. Cl,
April 1 IS <7 ly.
y .. -i*
Ba Itini ore Adverlisemcuts.
Ford’s Bazar
51 West Baltimore St,
(-1 Doors Hast of Gay.)
■ BALTIMORE, TAD.
mill-: GREATEST VARIETY OF
i 1 HOUSEHOLD GOODS*
specially low prices.
FINK SILVER WARF, JEWELRY
PICTURE FRAMES. MUSIC BOX
ES, CLOCKS.ENGLISH AND AMER
ICAN TABLE CUTLERY. BRACK
ETS, BIRD CAGES, SATCHELS.
UMBRELLAS, GLASS WARE, AL
! BUMS, LAMBS, JEWEL CASES,
FANS. DRESSING CASES, OPERA
i GLASSES, ACCORDIONS. DOLLS,
TOYS, GAMES, BASKETS, ETC
Jan. 22—ly.
A FASHIONABLE BALTIMORE
BOOT AND SHOE
MANUFACTURER,
I. F. SEVERE,
N. W. Cor. St. Paul ami Fajelle, Sts.,
(Underthe Mansion House,)
BALTIMORE,
Guarantees ft Goo I FI, co l I
nolhin <Jbnt First Class Sock
and J\'o. 1 II 'orlcmcuishiv.
All Con nti'i/ Orders promp
tly attended to.
' Oct. 23, 1885—ly.
J. W. BOND&Ca
PUBLISHERS,
|)oohscl(crs aDd Stationers,
90 and 92 Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE. *
ELECTIC EDUCATIONAL SERIES.
The Lest Looks at the Lowest Prices
McGuffey’s Readers and Speller.
White’s Arithmetics, Kay’s New Arithmetics,
Kay’s New Algebras. Schuyler’s Algebra*
Schuyler’s Geometry* Harvey’s Language Lessons.
Harvey's Elementary Grammer.
Harvey’s English Grammer, Revised
Kclectie Geographies, Md. Ed.
Eclectic Copy-Kook. Eclectic U. S* History.
Tiialheimer’s* ol* England,
Thalbeimer’s General Historv.
Norton’s Elements of Physics. Norton’s Chemistry
Brown’s Physiology ami Hygiene
Andrews’s Manual of the Constitution*
Andrews’s Elementary Geology,
Bartholomew’s Latin Series.
BuDiet’s French Course
Buffet’s Lessons in French.
Payne’s School Sn|ervislon.
Kiddle’s How to Teach.
TO ALL
HIE Mill
GREETIN' Or
OUR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK of MENS YOUTHS 5
BOYS’ and CHILDREN’S
CLOTHING
is now complete in every detail,
and having made special provi
sion to meet the wants in that re
gard of the residents of Prince
George's County, we believe
that if you fail to examine our
goods and prices before buying
elsewhere, you will lose an op
portunity rarely offered of pro
curing high grade CLOTHING
for Men and Boys’ at lower prices
than you usually have to pay for
goods of inferior qualities.
Children’s Suits, ages 4 to
with short Pants, from
$2.50 T 0 $7.00.
Boys' Suits, ages 14 to 18. long
Pants, 3 pieces from
$3.50 TO $12.00.
Gentlemen’s Suits from
$5.00 10 $25,00.
Gentlemen’ Overcoats from
SI.OO TO $30.00.
Boys’ and Children’s Overcoats
in proportion.
Separate Pants for Men and Boys
in great variety.
We have not sufficient space
I to describe in detail our SUPERB
, STOCK but you owe it to your
selves that you should investigate
our claim of Selling the finest
j 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, - Manager
[ 7v”1.00k for the House with all Blue Signs
September 24—:!m.
W. X. DALTON. MOXT. STKICT.AXD.
Dalton & Strickland,
DEALERS IN
Fine Shoes.
POPULAR PRICES.
939 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. H
ami D Street S. W.,
Apr. 23 Gin. WASHINGTON, D. C.
Blanks and Hand Bills
of all kinds printed at this
office at loir rates.

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