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THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER-UPPER MARLBOROUGH, MARYLAND, JUNE 10, 1887
Miscellaneous Adver'mcufs.
Char and Harmless as Water.
NATTAN’S
Crystal Discovery for the Hair.
A PERFECTLY clear prepartion in one
bottle, as easily applied as water for re
storing to gray hair its natural color anil youth
ful appearance to eradicate and prevent dand
rutf, to promote the growth ot the hair and
stop its falling out. it is entirely harmless,
and perfectly free from any i<oionous Mil
stance and will, therefore, take the place ol
all the dirty and unpleasant preparations now
in use. Numerous testimonials have hern
sent us from our most prominent citizens, in
things in which the articles now in use are oo
j ectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY is per
fect, It is warranted to contain neither Su
gar of Lead, Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver. U
does not soil the clothes or scalp, is agreeably
pet foil. and makes one of the best dressings
for Ibc Hair in use. It restores Hie color of
the Hair more perfectly and uniformly than
any other preparation, and always docs so in
from three to ten days, virtually feeding the
roots ofthe Hair with all the nourishing qual
lies necessary to its growth and healthy con
dition ; it restores the decayed and induces a
new gowlh of the Hair more positively than
anything else - The application of this won
derful discovery also produces a pleasant and.
cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing,and elegant appearance.
fall at your druggist for it and take no oth
er. If he'has not got it let him order it.
Price $1 per bottle.
AUTlin: NA ITANS,
Inventor uml Proprietor, Washington. i).t .
be had in Upper Marlborough ti
William U. Harper.and Druggists and dealers
generally. Wholesale of .). ,1. Thompson and
Mntli Pro's ,V Co.. I tail i more ; Scon fromwel!
A fo., Washington.
(tetober 15—tf.
EVERY
FARMER!
WHO WISHES TO PRODUCE A
LARGE CROP
AND PERM AN ENTL Y
ENRICH his EAND
SHOULD USE
A Pure Bone Fertilizer.
AND
Stull a FERTILIZER Is non
Ottered You in <lie Old
Eistabl inlied
LISTER’S
S T .A. IT IDA-IR/ZD’
PURE BONE
TOB
Wheal, Tobacco, Torn, Oats
ami firnss and Gen
eral itppiicalion.
your address for |
PARMER’S COMPANION and
REFERENCE BOOK, and copy
of “AGRICULTURAL PRO
GRESS’’ containing useful infor
mation and directions, analysis
and testimonials.
FOR SALE BY
J. KURNKS WILSON,
Westwood, Maryland,
R. E. BADEN,
Horse Head, Maryland,
CLARENCE HALL,
Upper Marlboro’, Maryland.
TASTERS
Agricultural Chemical
WORKS,
Newark, - - N. J.
54.-58
BUCHANANS WHAM.
BALTIMORE, MD.
Sep. tj, ISS6—Cm.
8.8. EARSIIAW k BlUl!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS
FLOUR,FEED,
AND
Licjuoi* Dealers,
Cor. Eleventh and M Streets S. E.
(Caddis’ OUI Stand,)
WASHINGTON, 1. C.
H AVING greatly enlarged our business by
.securing two large Warehouses for stor
ing tbe immense Stock of Goods that we arc |
compelled to cary to supply the extraordinary |
increase in our strado, we will say, that we •
are now prepared to meet al! demands for ;
goods in our line at prices that will satisfy all i
buyers. We are large receivers of Flour ami
Grain from the West. Groceries and Liquors |
from first hands, and with the experience of |
twenty-live years in the business we can safe
ly promise our friends that we will meet their
expectations.
Remember our famous Brands of Flour. (
‘•WIHTK AND GOLD,’Taney Minn Patent i
“TRYPHKNA" —Winter Patent.
“DRUBILLA”—St. Louis
“OUR SECRET"—Choice
“SUN BEAM”—A Choice Family,
and any other lower grades of good quality, j
but remember the brands ineiitione I never j
fail to give satisfaction—every barret warrant- j
ed.
foods packed amt delivered to transporta
tion companies free of charge.
Buisls’ celebrated Garden Seeds in large as 1
sortinents.
B. E. Earnshaw, & Bro.
Cor 11 til anfl M Sts. S, L
WASHIMGTO.t, D. f.
August 27, ItSSti-ly.
WANTED
resent a LIFE INSURANT K CO. Liberal
terms and arrangements. Address with te
ferences,
NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASs’N,
U2U F. St., Washing n, D. C - 1
. I [iscel/uneous . hlr’s.
THE STAR
.a Newspaper supporting the Principles
ot a Democratic Administration,
Published in the City of New York.
WILLIAM DOKSHEIMER,
Editor and Proprietor.
Daily, Sunday, and Weekly Editions.
THE WEEKLY STAR,
A Fixteen-pago Newspaper, Issued
every Wednesday.
A clean, pure, bright and interesting
FAMILY PAPER.
| t contains the latest news, down to the hour ot
i eoittg to press;
griculturai,
Market,
Fashion,
Household,
Political,
Financial and Commercial,
Poetical, Humorous and
Editorial
Department?. r.ntior the direction of trained
journalists of the highest ability. Its sixteen
pages will he found crowded with good things
1 from beginning to end. , „ .
Original stories In- distinguished American and
. foreign writers of fiction.
THE DAILY STAR,
The THilt Stak contains ail the nows of the day
m -m attractive form, its sjiecial correspondence
by Casio from London Paris, Ber.'.n, Vienna and
I><tl.iin is a commendable feature.
\i Washington. Albanv, and other news renters,
the -ililost corn spomiciiti. specially retained hv the
The Stau. fnniisli the latest news by telegraph,
i Us literary features are unsurpassed.
The Financial and Market Reviews are unusually
fnll and complete.
i Special terms and extraordinary Induce
inputs to agents util i'iuivisatrs
Semi for circulars.
TERMS OF THE WEEKLY STAR To Sn
/STRIKERS, FREE OF POSTAGE in the X Rltcd Statfe
and Canada, outside the limits of New York City :
Per year ""foon
Chibs of Ton ••••••; ,?nS
Clubs of Fifteen (and one extra to organizer).. to 00
TERMS OF THE DAILY STAR TO SUB
scribebs :
Every day for one year (including Sunday)—S' 00
Dailv, without Sunday, one year 6 00
Every day. six months 2 2;
Dailv, without Sunday, six months o oo
Address, THE STAB,'
S 3 and North William St., Now York.
tip iUolkv ovj)cm.
Oae Uniform Price.
Tie Idler Brian
CIOMES before the public this year with
/ NEW and VALUABLE IMPROVE
MENTS. making it BETTER, FINER uml
MORE VALUABLE than ever .before. An
examination of its merits will convince you
that it is the FINEST ORGAN of to-ilay.—
They are incomparable in woi kmanship anil
matchless in tone. The prices ai e the very low
est at which Instruments of the highest stand
ard can be sold. To prove these facts, we
will send an organ to any reliable jierson on
inspection. It will be to your interest to aid
ns in tbe sale of the Moller Organ" We retail
and wholesale direct from Factory Organs
$25 and upwards, Pianos SSO and upwards.—
'Catalogues sent tree. Address,
M. P. MOLLER,
Manufacturer cf Pipe A Reed Organs,
Feb 20—Gin. HAGERSTOWN, Mo
MARBLEINE.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR PAINT, WALL-PA
PER, WHITEWASH, AC.,
on inside and outside surfaces. As cheap as
whitewash and as durable as paint. Is disin
feeling. Ready for use when mixed with wa
ter. 20 beautiful tints. Anyone can apply ti.
Put up in Gib packages at Sets, per lb.
RICE’S FLOOR STAIN
WALNUT, OAK, CHERRY.
PERFECT IMITATIONS!
Anyone can apply them. Put up only in
sealed packages—?. pint, pint, quarts, galloiis
15cts., 25cts., -Piets., $1.5(1 per can.
Price's Pavement Paint,
for Coaling Pavements, Rrick Walks, Hearths,
iVtc., with a bright, red that will not rub off.
To be mixed with water and easily applied
with an old broom. Put up dry in 21b and
Jib packages at 15cLs. and 25cts. per package
PAINTS', OILS. VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
AC., AC.
Our goods are the 1- st. Do not. accept sub
stitutes that pay dealers greater profits. See
that our name isoti each package. For sale by
paint dealers, grocers, ,vc, Ac, and by
WILLIAM B. PRICE k CO.. MA.MFACTIKERS,
225 SV. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE.
cards and circulars free on appli
cation.
1 June 12, isNj—iy
Gold Jewelry by Mail:
Official Radges and Emblems for K. of L. of
I*., 1. O. O. F., Masonic and Temperance or
ders ' also all k. tsds of Jewelry for-Ladies and
gentlemen—Pins. Kings, Ear Drops, Chains,
etc.. Finely finished in Gold inn! Gold Plate.
Pi ices by mail, 25c to sl. Less than half
store prices. We want agents in every town.
Liberal discounts As to reliability, reference
given in nearly even State of actual purchas
ers. C. E. STREETER,
Attleboro, Mass. |
J. U. MKIIAIKV. ( I n. I!. MKDAIItY
J. H. Medairy & Co.,
Lithographers,
North Howard St.,
icaltmioiu:, iiii:
Blank Hooks made to Order
in any si i/le.
O'? Ma. Wksi.k v 11. Coi.tux is connected
j with this house. July 17, 'SC>—ly.
James G. Bowen,
Liven Iliriiiir. Hack
SALE ot—STABLES
Urt nth and 7lh
Avi.nur, -Tir a Streets,
ketftn N. w.
WASHINGTON, I). C.
Transient 11-rsrs ('art fatty attoah d to.
April Itf, 18S4—Om
PROCTER'S INSECT POWDER
Never fails to KILL all INSECTS
Roaches cannot live where this
Powder is properly used. Price
25c. For sale by all Dealers
,1. 11. W’inlielniHnii CJo.,
i; AI. I I M OHE, -U 11 .
CHARLES WINTERN!TZ & SONS,
DIALI.I„s IN
Bar, Band, Sloop, Angle and Horse Shoe
Iron and Horse Shoe Nails,
Cast Tool, Spring, Tiro, Macliinerv and Toe Steel,
Anvils. Bellows, Blowi-rs. I nigo.-. T1 r<- !.•!< rs. Orill I’iv.m -. \ i-.-s, Stocks anil
Hies, Mitmh'ills, Hammers, Sledges Files. Hasps. ('at riage
aini 'ijf-Rolls. and. all kinds of Smith's I’ouls.
AXXi33S ancl SI’HIIMGiS,
Sjinkcs.il übs,R tin's. Shafts, and nil kind- <>!' \\ tip ‘it and < an lap- M.ik.iMaterial
83L,01d Iron tind Metals hunght for ( ash or taken in Trade.
Also keejion hand all kiuils nf ,-eeund hand 1> I,A( KSM !TI 1 T(M>l.S—useful
old Iron. Second htind Mm it mere honglu and -old.
We are sole Agents of Hoyt’s Cork Hois.' Shoe Rad.
B3fc.For further infonnation call on or write to our siddiv.-.s sis sihove.
New NoSi 319 and 321 W Pratt Street
hei. Howard A Kuiaw Sts.
Old Number 2T' l . ISaiiiiMOl't*. Till.
April 22- (>m.
ma
k WELL-TRIED TREATMENT
Drs for consumption, asthma, dyspepsia, ca-
STARKEY TAKRH, HAY FEVER, HEADACHE, DEBILITY.
AND PALEN v RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, anJ all Chronic
have the liberty to ** C Vi , ra ’ c ..
refer (in proof of their v ■“ \
standing as Physiciun > “COMPOUND OXYGEN" being taken into
to the following-named v/tll- ihc I> rain. Spinal Marrow, and the
known persons who have tr : i "■ N ve ; ... —“ Nervous Centres *’ —are
their Treatment: Hon. William ‘ * -h.-1 am! in. n?r-more active. Thus
D. Kelley, Member >f C tg • -. I _ thi I- H ad of all activity.
Rev. Victor L. Conrad. 1 /. ;I. -;■ t' &ft i> ,th runfai and physical,is rc-
Obscrvcr, Phil ..; Rev. Chas. W. Cu-dv.rfr. \ st ;■i to a integrity.
Lock port, N. V.; Hon. WilUain Pean Nivon. 1 . : 1 ih-nervous system,
itor Inter-Ocean„Cf■ icr^To. 111. : JOvi.T* H. P. Vrcorn ru x tl. organs, and the
(Jucncmo.Kan., & thoiKaudsofutfi-i -h. t . : i. \ I inuscl ■? all act
"COMPOUND OXYGEN US MODE OF ACTION more kindly
AND RESULTS ”, is ihe title ol a bock ol two hundred pages, * Of I a: d cffi
publLhtd by Drs>. Sritliey and 0 g ye-? I ; rer O , cicntly
full information as to tlrislcni.trk.ibfe evu id'. ge; tin a::
cures in a Wide range cf-chrfcr. c cist —nraiy f them auot abaud--:.cvi to die by other i hysi.ians. It
will be mailed free to any on applicant.
Drs. STARKEY & PALEN, 1527-5529 Arch St, Phila., Pa.
————6—————rttwicantr, fc - - -- - ■-tyr-iroim ■■ rhw——— mm
: COAX I COAX!
WALTER LL. MAR/LOW,
WHOLES A Td’ AND RETAIL DEALER IN
COAL AND WOOD.
MAIN OFFICE AND YARD:
Corner lli^litli and B Sfreels, S. \V
BRANCH OFFICE AND YARD :
No. A. Street, .V I]., Capital Hill
Coal JTopot (on R. A R. R. R ) Cor. \ a. A Del. Avt*s.. S. \\.
WASHINGTON, 1). C,
ANTHRACITE, (’AMFL. SPLINT and IHTU.MINWS COALS
received direct from the MINES and shipped on small margin to
all points on the B. A R. Road, .- , v „.
COAL! WOOD!
BUY FROM
Johnson Brothers,
Wharves am) Railroad Yard; Tielftii asa Water Streets Sunniest
i am ™ m omtss i
1*202 F Street Northwest, 101-YSovenlh Street Northwest,
17-10 Pennsylvania Avenue Nortwest, 1112 Ninth St. Northwest,
Cor. 3rd and K St?. N. W., 22! l > cnns}d\ r ania Ave. S. E.
Largest Private Railroad Yard south of N \v York : tilso Kxton
sive Wharves giving unsurpassed facilities for the economic handling
of FUEL of all kinds.
Coal delivered on Cars direct from Minos into our Yard,
We deal in best qualities of ANTHRACITE and BITUMI
NOUS COAL.
All kinds of WOOD, either in stick or prepared to order at our
Factory.
CLEAN COAL, FULL WEIGHT and MEASURE, prompt de
lineries, and prices as low as Find can bo furnished.
July 2:!, 1880—ly. -
m ■'"J
cB YumberlL |m
El - raf sir XJ
Cpi u. s'-?ya,, O
Bl pPLi3!i: !GH T |I: WHARF; HI
IB M iafaLav rh-Y7)BT. mIM j
lIO.\EV TO LO W
MONKV to loan on go, .! Fain - i , il.
roiintv, vi/., SM"t, s'-011. >l.' l 't'i. s’-.
s-t,UHI, $.7.1 MMI. Also sill". to loan in ! ".a
or small sums for 5 wars or a 'hoii.’i [ '■
THOMAS HILL,
Fav.-Uv ,V S’. I'.ul sis,
Man'll 11 --in. Baltimore. M,'
J. ELI HUNTT,
UNDEHTAKEII,
T B. I’lMX'i I cr.<>. ( Me.
K LEI'S cnnstantlv on i.aml a lull line > l
KIN KB Al. srm.ll->. w
funerals at the shortest not ire, and in In -!
\!■. Embalming alteinl' Jn> when ,I. ir. •!.
Charges moilerale, 1 hankl ii lot jt 1 lav..’-.
1 solicit a eontinnani'e.
Jan. 21. ISS7—ly.'
\\7ANTED at •$ <> I'lii; MnN'III \Ni>
>V KXI’KNSKS LAID, a leu geo,l -
men to sell nursery stock, steady employ
meiit tlie year ronml to siieees-tnl ib-men.
Address \v it ii leferene.-. I> II CAT 17,-
N ursery m in, Geneva, N. 7.
March Is—im.
WAGNER’S
GREENHOUSE .
/.’ US T A i HAN 1
ViViS’ <)■ 100 II ‘ Pratt St.,
BALTIMORE
PdU lIStD it- 111 Kid Ml.
/ V;”' //’.vv .1 A l !•:■: M.h KS /.V
tmliiiiir mill I’nllm,
t’ 1 I
Cor. Pratt and Lijlit Sts.,
s. p’. I - 1-7—u . BA I/TIMORE.
WANTEOj .'.Y? SffiSS
A„MAN ;
u.\ v I‘iioa.. hoA v.IS?S 10 SIOO 1
Mi seel la n eon s A dver men ts-
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Furniture
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£ © '
3‘ .O ■
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J. T. Cottinglnm & Co,
UEAI.EUS IN ALL
Faring Implements,
riELDami WARDEN
SEEDS.
Horticnltnral Pools, Klc.
AGENTS FOR THE
Great WEBSTER Wagon.
v&Speei a I In du cemen ts for
Form ers Bn si ness.
62 LIGHT STREET
(Sii cl.iir,s OKI Stan).)
Jan. 22, B(i—ly. BALTIMORE.
$1
13 WEEKS.
The UOI.ICE GAZETTE will Ihi mailed
securely wrajqieii, to any address in tbe Uni
led Stales for three months on reeept of
ONE rtOT.T.A Tl -
Liberal diseonnl allowed to postmasters
| agents and chilis. Sample copies mailed free
I Address all orders to
UMTIAKD K. FOX,
Kkanki.in SyiiAitK, N. Y.
| TO THE PUBLIC!
K 1 AVING enlarged my pla. eof nusiness
have now on hand in connect on with my
LI .MKKU, FEED, GRASS and GARDEN
SEED a full line of
AGBICULTDRAL IMPLEMENTS,
HARDWARE, WIRE FENCING,
AND HARNESS OF ALL KINDS
KT-TleasecaM and examine my stock and learn
I prices before purchasing elsewhere.
J T. CAMPBELL,
1304 llth St., S. E.
lA|/ \VT J7V\7 to be made. Cut Ibis
i IVIU/IA I’J L out and is-lnin to ns, and
we will seiul you free, soinetlii ng of great val
| in* and importance to you, that, will start you
in business which will hiinu you in more mon
ey rif'lil a wav than an> tiling else in the world.
Any one can do this work and live at home.—
Killier sex ,* all ages. Someting new, ttiat
list coins money for all workers. We will
I start you : capital not needed. This is one of
, the genuine, ii*i|oitant chaiwesof a lift time.
I'hoM* who ai‘ am hit ions and enterprising will 1
not delay, (irand outfit fn*e. Attdress Tunc j
A (\u. Augusta, Maine.
L. HEILBRUN’S
Tin* I-ai*gf'*l ami Best
One Price Shoe House,
No 402 Seventh Street,
ii .i>///.verov. i) v.
]jook for The Old Lady in the Window
Working Classes |
liaied to furnish all classes with dtuployment at [
home, the wlmle ot* the time, or lor their spare mo- ;
incuts. Business new, ligt ami profitable. Persons 1
ol either .sex easily earn Iroin frf) rents lo sf>'oo per
evening, and a projKirfional sum h> devoting all
theii time the business. Hoys and girls earn nearly |
much as men. That all who see this may send \
jjjcir aihlrcss. and test the Imsiness, we make tliisot
!ei To Mich as aic not well satislied we will send
one dollar to pay Ir the 1 rouble ot' wilting. Full ■
partienlars and >uttit iree. Address George Stin
son ex Co., Portland, Maine. 1
¥ 11 HI ID V O
hiimniSM.
1887.
LOOK! LUMBER!
Lumber!
To Carpenters and Parties who arc going to Build or Repair:
We deal in all kinds and smts of Material. Onr bids cover everythin.!:. We are making low rates for the cash Trade.
Never before has
Lumber, Sash, Doors andßlinds
been so low at W I LLKT & LIISUIA S, the popular (’ash Sale Lumber an 1 lluilding Material Merchants. W’e are ship
ping la'ge quantitiesof Material from the city daily. Onr sales have exceeded those of previous years, anil they must con
tinue. Our Material must keep moving. W'o have cut and are still cutting on all Material—making specialties of all Hoards,
| Sash, Doors, I’lmds and Shingles, which we arc sol 1 iitr at out rate prices We are selling
I
Hi •ight, Yellow Pine Boards, Beaut iful, any length desired $*1.25
OfagfShingles way down in price, which is one of our specialities.
•ct>“ He sure to see that your estimate conics to us if you want a low Uid.
UaT-All Letters of inquiry will receive prompt attention. —Hemeinber name and place.
WILL.ET & LIBBEY,
Sixth St. and New York Ave.,
Mareli IH, 1887 — ly. WASHINGTON. D. C.
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and we can obtain Patents in less time tlian
those remote from WASHINGTON.
Send MODEL OR DRAWING. We ad
vise as to patentability free of charge ; and we
I make NO CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN
: patent.
We refer, here, to the Postmastei, the Snpi.
of Money Order Div., and to officials of (be
U. S. Patent Office. For ciicular, adoce,
j terms, and references to actual clients in your
i own Stale or counlv, write to
A. *\o\V V C 0.,
j Opposite Patent office, Washington,
j September 17, IStrb—lf
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A RICH NATURAL GUANO!
Recently Discovered in a Ironical Island.
** it "aMO
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Send for Circulars.
3B--
CAR IB GUANO CO.,
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March IS—3m.
FARMERS!
Increase yonr EGO PRODUCTION and keep your poultry healthy
bv feeding thoiu with
MYERS’
CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE.
(EGG FOOD FOR POULTRY AND PIGEONS.)
It is the best article in the world for allkinds of poultry and pigeons.
It is no medicine. l!ut is a preventive of disease, and inv iff orator lor
making egg-shells, and for keeping all poultry in a healthy condition.
It only contains vhal nature demands, and poultry should have it. It
will make the hens lay ofleuer, and of a superior quality. Keeping
% longer from spoiling. Young chickens will mature at an earlier age,
and make a better quality of flesh and not subject to disease. Tho
great drawback iu keeping fowls in condition, is the want ol earbou
for forming the shell, also a condiment forkeepingthebirds In health
and making their plumage look nil*;; by using
CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE
You will find the benefit derived from its use.
CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE
Is made by a secret process only known to the manufacturer. The
combination of thedillcrent ingredients is so concentrated that the
chickens or pigeons w ill eat it.
10 and 30 cents per Box.
Trade Mark registered, February 21th, ISSS.
Patented iu the United .States, July 7th, 1885.
Patented in v'anada, < totoltcr 9th, 1885.
If your storekeeper dues not sell it, send one Dollar and I will
ship a iwenty-pouna l*ox. S. S. MYKRS, Patentee,
CJU N*. Fisoxt St., Philadelphia, Pa., U. S.
Patented to Great Britain. July 7th. 18S5.
Male liis lor lc to responsible parlies.
WEBSTER WAGON COMPANY
>, Is closing out its business and
HAS 01 HAND
OVER 4000!
I\\ /-Ur/ Of their Celebrated Truss AzleWagom
ffar— of all styles and sizes, which will be sold
FARM WAGONS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AT A BOTTOM PRICE,
A Wagon made from West Virginia Oak, Hickory, and Poplar, tho best quality pro
■L - curable, and superior iu every particular to inferior grades now
on the market. Embrace th 3 opportunity and save money.
AH Wagons arc warranted for one year.
Our farewell offer. WEBSTER WAGON CO.,
Write for prices and terms. MOUNDSVILLE, Marsha” Co., W. Va.
December 01,Sb© —3m.

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