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THF PRINCE GEORGES ENQUIRER- UPPER MARBQIiQUGH, MARYLAND. JULY 1, 1887.
3Cocal aub personal
Arrival and Dapartnre of Trains—New Schedule.
I.cave tor Baltimore ami Washington J 23 AM
Leave tor Baltimore and Washington 3 50 PM
Arrive at Marlboro’ 9 25 AM
Arrive at Marlboro’ 5 51 PM
The Circuit Court-
A special SPSS ion of the Circuit I' >uit
was held on Wednesday, w ith Judge Broo.te |
on the Bench. The case of the citizens ot |
Laurel vs. Edward Penn for injunction to re- j
strain him from selling whiskey was tried j
liefore the .Judge. Messrs. Magnider & Wil
son appeared for Penn, and Mr. Charles 11.
Stanley for the petitioners. The question
arose on the petition to grant the injunction
and was ably argued on the law points. The
Judge held the case nuh curin' The case will
probably go to the Court of Appeals.
The hearing of exceptions of the allow
made in the Auditor's account in the case of
Burroughs vs. Burroughs was set f.>r hearing
on Wednesday. July I:sth.
The case of James T. Perkins, Trustee, vs.
Mary E. Robinson was taken up on the mo
tion to make new parties, and a jury trial be
ing asked for by attorney for the purchaser
the case was continued until the October
term. Mr. Merrick for R ihiuson, Win. Stan
ley for the purchaser.
Mr. Win. Meyer Lew in was on motion of
Judge Chew admitted as a member of tins
bar, af er passing a most saiisfacto y exami
nation before a committee consisting of Judge
Chew, Geo, C. Merrick and C. C. Magrtider.
Mr, Lewin has just graduated from the Law
department of the Harvard University. We
wish him abundant success in his adopted
profession, fot he richly deserves it.
School Examinations and Honors.
With the close of the present year the
scholastic year will end, and wearied teach
ers and tired students will welcome the pe
riod of rest with joy and satisfaction. To
every school boy and girl the annual recur
rence of holidays is a source of never ending
Miss, and the relaxation of their minds and
the freedom from the school-room will re
dound many fold for the time cost, in recup
erated vigor and in strengthened faculties. —
Our teachers, we are most happy to say, have
merited prai.e and comiuendation, and many
of the little ones, not only of our village, but
those from the county who have been study
ing elsewhere, have carried home awards and
honors.
At the Academy, Mr. Geo. R. Schwearer,
Pr incipal, and Mr. Lee C'lagelt, Assistant, the
exercises were unusually interesting and
highly commendable in all its branches. Mr.
Schwearer and his assistant have eaeh given
proof of a careful and thorough method, and
the pupils have evinced the benefit of its ex
cellent plan and workings. Many handsome
prizes were awarded in both departments
and were well deserved. Mr. Clagett award
ed tbe following prizes . a handsome book to
Willie Harper for Best General Scholarship,
and a Gold Dollar to Harry Nalley for
Punctuality.
The highest general average in the Acade
mic Department was made by Master T. V.
t'lagett. The highest general average in the
Primary Department was made by Master W.
H. Harper. The best attendance was that of
Master M. V. Bunnell, who was present dnr
► ing the ye t 185 i days out of a possible I!K).
Those worthy of honorable mention in the
A *ademie Department, are: Master T. Ver
van Clagett, in Algebra, Orthography, Latin,
History, Chemistry and German ; Master J.
Selwyn Sasscer, in Latin, History, German
and Orthography ; Master Arthur\. Clagett,
in History, Geometry and Latin; Master
Ernest P, Magnider in Rhetoric. Latin and
Natural Philosophy : Master Matinee A . Bun
nell, in Algebra. Physiology, English Cram
mer and Latin, and Master Thomas Magni
der, in History, English Grammer and Latin.
The examination at Mr. Tlios. J. Grant's
select school, the close of its second session,
was a most creditable showing for this most
excel lent school. The pupils evinced great
proficiency in all their studies, and in mathe
matics and Latin gave proof of zealous study
and earefu 1 training. Mr. Giant is a highly
cultured teacher ami greatly beloved by his
earnest little pupils. The following premi
ums were awarded : For highest average in
studies, Joseph K. Roberts, Jr., received the
first prize, and James Biays, the second. Pre
miums were awarded to Bowie Roberts, Wil
lie Scott, Seaton Relt, Dominie Bowling. Al
so a special premium was awarded to Jos. K
Roberts, Jr., for diligent application to study.
The closing examinations at the female
public school in this To wn, Miss Alice Har
per, teacher, were most happy in its results
ami evidenced great e ire upon the part of a
conscientious instructress. MBs Harper has
had charge of this school for a number of
years, and has re iped a golden harvest of
well-merited praise for her excellent man
agement.
Master C. Magnider, Jr., a student of
Rock Hill Gollege, received the Washington
Bootli medal fir oratory, and we are pleased
to learn has an enyiab'e s a nJing in his
school.
Personal
Miss May Wilson, of Prince Frederick,
is visiting her friend. Miss Nellie Harper.
Miss Jeanie Clagett returned from Moores
town, New Jersey, last Tuesday, where she
lias been visiting. Miss Lizzie Hooton, of that
p'ai’*. returned w ith tier. Miss L“na Wolfe,
of PI iladeiphia, is expected at, “Strawberry
Hill” this evening. Miss Annie Edwards, of
Washington, is visiting her friend, Miss Ad"
die Clagett.
On Tuesday afternoon Judge Wlson sailed
from Baltimore for Savannah, Georgia. He
carries wi'h him the best wishes of ma - y
friends in this community.
Mr. George R. Schw ean r, now thai I lie
holiday season has arrived, anticipates a trip
to Georgia and Alabama. He leave* for Bal
timore to d ty.
Mr. R. V. Van Antwerp leaves here the
middle of July for a months' sojourn in the
mountains. He will be located at Keep
Tryst, in the neighborhood of Harper's Ferry.
Capt. Chew, of the Prince George's Ritles,
and a few members of his company, will ac
cept the invitation of the Lsonardtown Riilvs,
and assist tltem in celebrating the 4’h at that
place.
The Pinkney Memorial Window.
Toe memorial window, in S', Luke's
(P. E.) Church, Washington to, the mem
ory of the late Bishop Pinkney, was unveiled
last .Sunday afur morning service. There has
been considerable controversy over this win
dow between the rector and the vestry, ow
ing to the rector's refusal to hold a formal
“unveiling” on the ground that such a service
was not a-ithorized in the ritual. There was
no ceremony on Sunday. One of the vestry
men simply pulled away the draj cry that
concealed the window from view. The win
dow has b.en f laced at the right of the chap,
el, anl the central part represents Christ
blessing little children.
F"Urth of July Excursions-
In order to enable every one to lake a
trip for pleasure or recrration during the 4ih
of July holidays, the pen • sylvai la It tilroad
C mi a iy w ill sell Excursion Tickets on July
gd, 3d, and 4th, good to return until ai d in
cluding the sth, between all stations on tie
mainline and branches, at reduced rates.
Convocation Services.
It was a source ol no Mile disappoint-
men! that the Dean, Rev. Dr. Addison, was
not present at the Convocation services at
Trinity Church Oil Wednesday last. He was
present at Fore-tville Ihe day 1 a,tore, hut on
account of sudden indisposition was obliged
to return to Washington.
| There were present in the chancel with our
[ own rector, Rev. Dr. Lindsey, of Vhi Ist
. Church, Georgetown ami Rev*. Mr. Brayshaw,
!of Epiphany, Forestvilie. Rev 7 . Dr. Lindsey
I delivered very able and impressive sermons
at each service. He is an earnest, practical
speaker, and ins discourses we re recieved
with marked attention,
There was a good attendance both morn
ing and evening.
A Deliihtful Place-
Col. Philip W. Avlrett, while here last
week on a visit to his parents, sent an inter
estiug letter to his paper, the Cumberland
Daily linns, in which appears the following
jnst estimate of our section ;
The average Western Marylander, like
myself, lias an erroneous impression ot Prince
George's county, and we i f the Northwestern
portions of the State, 1 Mar, do not fully ap
preciate onr brethren ot the Southern sec
tion. To many of us mountaineers, Marlboro’
is a term synonomous with malaria and
Prince George's with chills and fever. This is
all a mistake. The o fleet of climate upon the
character and oxprassions of nations and peo
ple .c.ii)not be disputed and from results alone
can causes he deduced. Not only do the rose
tinted beauty of its women, and the manly
carriage and appearance of its men, give the
lie to the exaggerated malaria stories told of
this section, hut the fact that its death rate is
lower in proportion to population than all
but two other counties ot the State, goes to
show that Prince George's county is not only
picturesque and chaiming, hut a delightful
place of resilience as well. Upper Marlboro’
itself, though built near the marshes and at
one time approachable by boats of burden, is
not the ague-haunted “deserted village” pie
tur d by the lively imagaination of Washing
ton reports, hut is a thriving and pretty town :
a trifle old fashioned, it is true, but. all the
better for its antiquity.
Maryland Stats Teachers' Ass, ( ciaiMn.
Final arrangements have been made
for Ihe Annual Meeting of Ihe Maryland
State Teachers' Association, to lie held at Old,
Point, Va., J.j ly sth, Mb. 7lh and Sth. Gov
ernors Fitzhugh Lee and Henry Lloyd have
both promised to be present and will make
addresses; also, Hon. John L. Buchanan
State Superintendent of Instruction in Vir
ginia, and General Armstrong, of the llimp
ton Normal School.
The Baltimore and Ohio, Pennsylvania and
Western Maryland Railroads will furnish
tickets for two cents a mile hath w ays, on the
presentation of Card Orders. The Bay Line
of Steamers will issue ronud-irlp tickets for
$3 on similar orders. These orders may be
obtained through John E. McCahan, Asst.
Supt., A. F. Wilkerson, Secretary, or from the
book stores of J. It. Medairy & Co. and W.
J. C. Dulauy .‘r Co. Also from the County
Examiners of their respective cm.i ties.
Those who prefer to go via Washington,
can i b aiu rates from the Potomac Steamboat
Co., or the Inman Line, at that point, on ap
plication to those companies. Last year, tick
ets to Norfolk and return were sold at Sl.
Tue committee could make no definite ar
rangements with either of these companies
for rates.
If will he advisable to make application
for rooms to F. X. Pike. Managei of the Hy
geia Hotel, and to Emmett Brown, Agen*. for
State rooms on the boat a few days in ad
vance, as the indications are for a large at
tendance of educators from both Maryland
and Virginia. To save expense, arrange for
two persons to occupy the same room.
The teachers of Baltimore City schools will
. notify John E. McCahan, Asst. Supt. of their
intention to he present at the meetings of tbe
Association, so that suitable arrangements
can be made for their accommodation.
Brevities-
The Prince George's Rifles will meet at
their Armory for drill at 4 o'clock to morrow
’ afternoon.
TliePrir.ee George'- Rifles have received
1 their quota of blankets to he used at the Ha
gerstown encampment in August.
A large number of our young people went
to Charlotte Hall last evening to attend the
- Annual Commencement Ball at that place.
There is some talk of an excursion party
. from this community to Mount Vrrnon during
. July. An excursion to Lttray Cave is also
5 being discussed.
i The fire-cracker and general conflagration
i season is due again on Monday next. The
f day, the banner raising Fourth of July, will
he quietly observed in this section.
The weather has been delightful for tlie
past week or ten days. Tue nights have hei n
remarkably cool, and a new. Might moon lias
added beauty h> out-door lit'.-.
The Baltimore amt Potomac Railroad ran
over and killed a colored min at I‘a'apiM on
Tuesday last. Ihe body was not identified :
it was taken in t• I a'.>u and luoi-d by ihe
authorities.
Hoad Supervisors are until! d h, the 1 'onn
- ly Commission.-re not !.> expend over the
r amount placed in their hands for road put
t puses. All Supervisor's who have not vet
, filed .thei r bonds are notified tod., so at once.
1 There will be no camp meeting a J ... kson
f Grove, on tbe Baltimore and Potomac Bill
road, during this summer. The man a pens of
the Grove have been unable t-> make salisfac
-1 t >ry arrangum n’s with the IVunsi Iraida
L * 1 R ulroad In p:.rtmei t.
' The Con tof Appeals ha handed down
its opinion in the case . ft K-iue-.lv vs. . ’inipin
e and Werden, Trustees ; appeal from .1 dge
l> Brooke's decision in favor of the Trustees.—
| The Court attinn Judge Brook -. Judge
Chew and P. H. Tuck for K.-un.-.ly ; C. C.
e j Magnider for the Trustees. Judge Bryan ren
i dered the decision of the ('..nit ol Appeals.
) J
The early ni'H iiin" train> ciiiie \Va>hin<'-
ton an ! Potomae i.iilroal J •m Mechanic.*'-
’ ville to Brandywine, <>n and after July 2d,
j will leave at 5; 15 o’clock, on Mondays and
• Thursdays, and tint evening train from Bran
,l | dywine to Mechanicsvill.t will leave Brandy
| wine Wednesdays and Salur.liv only at (l.'lO,
| P. M. The niiil-day train wjil continue as
| heretofore.
s Wonderful Cures
- i W. I>. Hoyt *v Co , Wholesale and Re
d | tail Druggists of Home, Ga.. say : We have
s j been selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Elec
- j trie Bitters an I Bucklen's Arnica Salve for 2
- ! years. Have never handled rein -dies that sell
I i as wall, or give such universal satisfaction.—
• j There have b ten sun ■ won l-il'.d c tre r effect
s |ed by these medicine, in this city. Several
- I cases oi pronounced (J msumption have been
t ! entirely cute.) by use of a tew bottles of Dr.
- King’s New Discovery, laU- u in connection
-, | with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them al
t | ways. Sold at W. H. Harper's Drugstore.
Euoklen's Arnica Salvo-
The best salve in the w.u1.l for Cuts,
a 1 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
i Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
1 | Corns, anil all skin eruptions, and positively
y I cure Piles, or no pay required, ll is gnaran
- j teed to give peifect satisfaction, or money re
• funded. Price f 5 cents pier hoX. For sale by
| U H. 1 Lit per.
The Battle of Gettysburg-
On the twenty-fourth anniversary ol
the battle of Gettysburg many veterans will
assemble on the historic field, to renew- the
memories of the great battle. A most inter
esting reunion will take place this year. Ihe
Philadelphia Brigade, which held the centre
of the Union line and received the famous on
slaught of Pickett's Division, will entertain
representatives of the survivors of that cele
brated division on the scene of ihe struggle.
This is the most conspicuous event in Ihe his
tory of the field since the hallle was fought,
and the ceremonies between hosts and guests
w ili he of Ihe most interesting character, lo
the veteran it will he a most memorable oc- 1
casion, while the general visitor will find it ;
the best opportunity ever oli'ered ol seeing Ihe j
battle-lield. The field is one pf the most in- i
foresting battle-grounds in the world, and
there is none other oo ntaining as many mon
uments. One hundred and one monuments j
and tablets mark the spots where the most
important events of the fight ociitii d.
For the accommodation of Ihe public, the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company will sell
Excursion Tickets ft. m all stations on it
lines, on July 2d, 3d, and 4lh, lf"S7, good to
return until an d including the sth, at one fare |
for the round ttlp.
Are von weak and weary, overwoiked and ;
tired ?' Hood's Sarsaparilla is just the tuedi- |
cine to purify your blood and give strength.
MisccUa neons Adve’tisemn ts
GREAT j
Model Clothing
HOUSE,
Acme Hall! which was estab
lished a few years ago, is now by I
far the largest Clothing house in
Baltimore. Its rapidly increas- '
ing business has recently compel
led the proprietors to remove to |
the immense premises recently
occupied by the Wholesale dry
goods house of Hurst, Purnell &
Co.
To-Order Department. \
All the leading makes and novelties in !
Woolens front this side ac well as the oth- I
er side of the ocean shown here. These
we sell by the yard, or make to your
measure by skilled artists who will please |
your taste and fit your body It is a rare
treat to see the artistic character of the '
work produced here.
The JfWen'H Department
shows the grandest assortment of Suits,
Overcoats, and single garments ever pro- I
duced under one roof - Nothing you can
possibly want is omitted and everything is ;
warranted lower than any other house
south of N. V.
The Bop tP Department
lias always been a most interesting one !
but now is made complete by adding Hats, •
Caps, and Furnishings; all the newest, j
latest, most choice here already, and nov-1
elties, added daily.
Prices, here as elsewhere, as usual the j
very bottom.
The GEiVTSP FER.VMSH
f.Vf. MtEP.IRT.IIE.VT
is a new one with us, but will be marked
with the same vim and care which has
( made the other Departments so success
ful. All the best makes and many man
ufactured expressly for us will be sold at
lowest possible profit.
.Acme HaU,
OEHM A CO, PROPS
a and 7 H*. Baltimore St.
1 Door West of Charles SI.
1 N.R.- Waiting room for ladies. Baggage
checked without cost to all visitors, buying or
not.
gyMail Orders receive punctual attention
April 22—ly.
. \. DAI.TO.V. MOST. STKICI.ASK.
Dalton & Strickland,
1 | DEALERS IN
; Pine Shoes.
POPULAR PRICES.
!)3t) I'euiiayhaula Avenue, W. W
and 33’t U Street M. W„
i Apr. 23—6 m. WASHINGTON, D. U.
a B I
for Infants and Children.
c “Caatorto ia so well adapted to children that I Cutorla enrea Colic. Constipation,
I recommend it u superior to any prescription I tnd'promote* dl
kauim to me.” H. A. Abchcr, M. D,, I es tion, •
111 So, Oxford 3k, Brooklyn, 11. Y. | Without injurious medication.
Tun Csntacr CouraxT, IS? Fulton Street, N. T.
j
I November lit, last! ly.
1
I
S. 11 A I.’L’IS W I.MS ATT. A. <<. I'll 1.1-aj.
‘‘ \ CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST -GOOD AS THE BEST.
WIMSATT & UHLEK,
! DEAI.ro IN
1 LUM BER,BRICKS,LIMI CKM EN T
AND MAM'FAt 11 RIRS OF
Sash, Doors. Blinds, Moulding, Brackets. Etc., and Bricktonce Wgitherboirdin^.
ViHII and MILL, !!• S'l'llEEr, S W.
' Match 25 tf. W iMimiTOM, ■> C.
i
M ; scetlaneons .Idver ments.
TH ANK HUME,
W’U H.K-AI K
Grocer ami Liquor Dealer,
No. 454 Pouua. Ave.,
WASHINGTON, D C.
*
I (ioo.ls Packet! am! Delivered Fre<* of
( ’hargt*. Jan. 18ST—!>*•
NATIONAL HOTEL
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Earnest Hofei in the City,
item od eted. Refurn i h ed.
•Vcir Passenger Elevator.
Prices from $-.* 50 to *4 per day, according
j to location of room.
This Hotel is pleasantly located, and is con
-1 venient to oil Government Departments.
! Safest Hotel in Ihe county in ease of fire,
j having >ix different stairways from lop to
I ground llooi.
Horse cars pass the door lo all parts of City
K. TENNEY -v GO..
! Dec. 25, ISStl—tf. Prop's.
“THE MIKADO,”
1 In jnMitioii to onr I* re mi unis, a list *t wliifli will
! be sent on a)>|lu a at'on. we which to call especial no
tice to our (’abinet Tort iaits oi‘
D' Oi/h i/’s Carte v Lmjhsti Mikado
Company.
Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York-
No light o] ora has ever been jiro.hu--
p.l in the Putted States that has equal
ed in popularity “The Mikado." The
original company to produce it in this
country was IPOyley Carte's English
Company, selected there by Gilbert au.l
Sullivan’ anti sent to this country. We
have issued, tor distribution to our pa
trons who will send uswraj.persas l.e
low- a series ol seven cabinet port rails ol
these artists, in character and costume,
the Idlest | holographie gelatine work
ever lured, i lov comprise
I. L. CRAGIN & GO.,
110 S .Fourth SI., Plilla
Itai hoiir A Hamilton,
WH01.1.-'.U.K AGENTS,
Gl4 Si 61G Peensylvania Ave.,
■ August go—ly. Washington, I>. C.
BOLTON BROS.,
lE\f.Kl;s IX
Glass, Oils & Paints,
j Gas and Pine Tar- IMiiiu,Pitch,:
Elaine, Coal and GasolinsOils, I
LAMPS, SIGNAL LANTERNS. Ac.. Ac.
Engineers and Machinists
SUPPLIES,
Ur Mixed Paints,
Hint ivtitv a\ ( — NTT" Q
lilltMNG UlJ—ls-J
I KT’l’acking. Belting. 11-sc. Boiler Felt,
1 Belle, Nuts, Wtisiirrs, Albany Grease, Ac.
BOLTOV BROS,
S*2 and SI WEST PR ATT ST.,
BALTIMORE.
April So, ISSC—Iy. •
THOM & WHITBLEY,
Bankers & Brokers,
Cor. German S' Calvert Sts,
P.O. EosiuO BALTIMORE. MD
KKKKi: 111 I’EKMISSION TO
Hon. S. 1! HAXCK,
I’PfKi: Maju noito’, Ml>.
I FRANKLIN BANK,
Bai.timoue, Makyl.and.
; o_z“ Correspondence Solicited.
Fell. 2(l ly.
Dropsy! Dropsy ! Dropsy!!
Cure £iiar;iiif , *i! in all its vat ions forms. Xo
operation. Rase at once. testify lo
its superior wortli, unl all we ask is give it
a fair trial ami be coiivimvtl of its value. \\ ill
| semi one mouth treatm*nt, preparetl, to any i
address for {pi
,l. K. W KID NEK, West Earl, Penn.
HE LATEST GRAZE F< U LADIES
Klegaul Tmtuise .Shell mid Silver
1 irpiiis. Sample lots gq cents. The Nov
v M'f t. Go., Box li'.ic', N. w Haven, Conn
Miscellancons Adv'ts.
Tin 1 h Note 1# Hili.
ij
Lt.OK vvitl. pure eyes. Look upon pure oh- j
jects. Eat pure food. Drink pure water, j
j Speak the pure truth. Act from pure motives, j
: Love with a pure love. Sing pure songs. En- j
tertain pure thoughts. Read pure books, — .
Breathe pure air—and use Stonebraker’s pure
i and unadulterated medicines and preparations.
1 You wiil highly appreciate ihe good results
j from the use of these celebrated family neces
sities. You know there are thousands of
I worthless humbugs sold on the market not for
any merit they possess, but from whooping em
up, and just as soon as the whoop dies out. so
soon does the humbug die. All the testimo
nials end advertisements in the world would
not induce you to invest your money in an ar
| tide that you know to he worthless, then be
| ware of these enre alls ; these advertised rem
• edies good for everything. Slouehraker’s Asth-
I ma Cure, cures Asthma, hut it will not cure
j every ailment to which humanity is heir.—
Stonebraker's Catarrh Cure, cures Catarrh,
but it will not cure Rheumatism. .Stonebrak
er's Linamenl cures Lumbago, Neuralgia,
pains in the side or limbs. Scalds, Burns, Old
Sores, Bruises, Chilblains, Frost Bites, Ring
worms. Tetter, Sprains, Swelled Joints. Sore
Throat, Mumps, Poison, Gout, Spinal Dis
ease, Pleurisy, Pains under shoulder blade,
on the chest. It will do a weak hack more
good in one nig;.t, than all the piasters in the
world. It stands wihtout a rival for Rheuma
tism, swelling in horses, scratches, old sores,
kicks, w indfalls, and all diseases which re
quire an external remedy.
It is right laughable sometimes to read
about the remarkable virtue of some Pills, as
we mentioned, good for everything; be care
fnl, go slow. Don't lake any such Pills.—
Stonebraker’s Liver Pills ate indorsed by the
medical profession, whose minds are not pre
judiced against the very best Liver Pills ever
offered lo the world.
Stonebraker’s Cough Syrup Is a purely vege
table compound, it has bean it. the market
nearly half a century. Many Cough reme
dies have sprung up since, and claimed to be
vegetable, but they are ioor imitations, and
the public should be careful that they get
Stonebraker’s. it cures Coughs and violent
colds, relieves irritation and hoarseness, heals
ante throat, and allays infiamationof tbe bron
chia! tubec Says Mr. 1!. L. Sempers, of Ma
ple. Md: “I have been sMiing St mehraker’s
medicines tor years, and they have produced
some of the most re.na.kahle Hires 1 ever wit
nessed and 1 an. “(. years of age.
Two-thirds of the poultry raisers through
out the West attribute their success jo ihe Ire
qiiei.l use of Stouehraker’s Chicken Powders.
They make your fowls healthy and strong,
consequently they liiH-ome better layers and
M-lters. 25 een's.
Stonebraker’s Horse, Cattle, Hog and Sheep
Powders contain medical properties absolute
ly essential lo the thrift and prosperity of your
stock. They have heat, for sale throughout
the United States since Isl'J, and have always
given satisfaction. Don't let your stock get
hidebound and shabby. Tbe seed of nine
tentbs of all diseases begins to sprout when
stock gels in this condition. Ask for Stone
baaker's, the oldest and l>est.
Stonebraker's Horse and Gallic Powers are
the oldest and most reliable. I*.ice 25 cents.
Established iS4il.
Don't make up your mind lo die because you
have a cough* inv.-sf l's cents in a bottle ot
Stonebraker’s Gough Symp. You'll not miss
the 25 cents, but you’ll soon miss the Cough.
< it n< r; or Wag nek's Gkek.n Hoise,
. INS and lUO W. Pratt Street,
Baltimore. October, ISN>.
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Gent! -men—We lake pleasure in an
j nonneing to you that we use Stonebraker’s
Flavoring Ex .acts, and pronnnee them tbe
finest we havener ns..l. We endeavor to
give on. guests the very best ti e market af
j fords.
Yen t.nlv vonrs,
J. li. L. WAGN ER.
STOXEP, RAKER’S
Family Mm and Standard Preparations
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Stonehrakei Chemiva-l Co..
bai.timdre. md., r. s. a.
I Marc).4 ,ISS7--Iy.
Short Hints on Social Etiquette.
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know what is the best school of manners.
What shall we teach our children that they
may go out into the world well bred men and
women
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BALTIMORE.
J' ARGEST STOCK iiii.l Letter
i assortment than any house
I south of New York. Buggies
! from SSO tip ; ami the Lest $75
ami 8100 Buggies in the I Luted
States. Country trade a special
ty, and respeetfully solicited. A
trial is all 1 ask.
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! Proprietor
[_ N’ii eon.tec.ion with ivy oiler House ol
a similar name.
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Onr beautiful illustrated “1S80” Catalogue of
Skkds, Rosts, Pi.AXT9.4r., mailed to any address
; free. It will tell you hovv Safely, and Clieaj.ly
i y,.u can obtain them, &e,, Ac.
CHAS. C. McCOLGAM & CO.,
63 Light Street, ’ Baltimore, Md,
1 f3TT *'T 454 zTZ* !- * w v’ *! ♦ i *T* ’* ’ 4U43
P. Maun if- Co.'s Column.
TO THE
FARMERS
OT 1
Prince (iiip Counlv!
O v
Vt till Tour AtteaUon to Out Difact
BRANDS
OP
Fertilizers.
MANN’S
Pure Haw Bone leal.
Is made Irom BUTCHER BONES, which
have not lieen 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
FUSE DISSOLVED SONS DUST.
Strictly Pure from Adulterations.
MANN’S
Potomac Ammoniated Super
Phosphate.
Com|>oaed, of ground BUTCHER BONES
and high grade Ammoniacal matter. This is a
Complete MANURE containing all the
elements of plant food it is necessary to
apply to the soil. It is free from all
adulterations or cheap ingredients
to make bulk. And is ottered
at tbe LOWEST PRICE
consistent with its high quality,
its dryness and fine mechanical con
dition makes it specially adapted for dril
ling and is recommended as being
Prompt. Permanent and Efficient.
and is manufactured with great
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.
T. MANN & CO.
207
7TH STREET, IST. W.
WASHINGTON, I). C.
August 20—ly.
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I P. 11. HeiskeW Jr. & Co’s Column
HEISKELL’S
COM FERTILIZER
A REQUISITE for CORN CROP, designed
especially to supply what the nature of tills
Crop requires, absolutely free from cheap adul
terations. Prompt. f-lLctive and permanent,
ensuring large crops.
HEISKELL’S
Potato Fertilizer.
This GUANO is rich in Ammonia, Bone,
Phosphate of Lime and Potash. Combines
wl.at the nature of the potato needs. Pro
duces rapid and effective results. Early ma
turity, pe. feet ion of size, and Ihe largest y ields
HEISKELL’S
To'i i;c o Fertilizer,
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.
HEISKELL’S
MIXTURE
FOR GENERAL CROPS.
HEISKELL’S
Ammoniated Dissolved Bone
Super-Phosphate.
FINE GROUND ANIMAL BONE
KAINIT AND PLASTER.
THE GILPIN,
vs.
Any Plow in the World.
OOIiUMQZIA
CHILLED PLOWS.
Ahoy—a 1-Horse—a Light Two- Horse Plow
a Single-Shovel Plow and a Potato Digger
—all 5 for $4 50.
ACME, CHAMPION AND CASHO
EE 7Y IR/IR-OWS
POTATOES.
Select Northern Seed Stock—Early Rose,
Beauty of Hebron, Dakota Red,
Burbank and Peerless.
APINffALL Potato Planter.
With nr without Fertilizer Attachment.
Lays of, matks the next row, drows the Pota
toes, sows the Fertilizer and covers, all in one
operation. A Perfect Machine. A great econ
omiser of valuable time and labor.
New Crop
of all kinds of CHOICE FIELD AND GAR
DENSEEDS. Warranted genuine
. ami true to name.
SEED OATS and SEED CORN.
Deere’s Double Rowed CORN PLANTER,
w ith and without Fertilizer (Attachment Jaiul
Check Rower. One Horse Corn Planters and
Drills.
Osborne's new Light Steel-Frame Binders,
Light Independent. Reapers. CCT”Examine
Osborne's New Light Premium Mowers and
Binders at our Sn re before placing your order
The “Thomas” Latest Improved Hay-Ted
der, the “Thomas” Sulky Kike.
Old Hickory Wagons,
Another car-load just received. Firmness,
courage and Honest; endeared Andrew Jack
sou to the hearts of the American people—
Strength, durability and holiest construction
are the characteristics of the “Old Hickory"
Wagon. All sizes a. d patterns. The
Tli<‘ Rr*t Wagon on Whrfh.
Write for a circular.
j IRON TURBINE WIND MILLS, BUCK
I EYK FORCE and CUCUMBER PUMPS.
Everything for the Farm and Garden.
03"A descriptive catalogue of any of our
goods and prices promptly furnished upon ap
plication.
Agricultural Warehouse (f
Seed Store,
ti:i l.oiiisiana Ave. and IMG
C. St., A. W.,
Between
9th and 10th Sts.) Centre Market and Hay
| scales, and Cor. 11. and Water street, S. W
WASHINGTON, U. €,
' April 1,1337 —1 y.
Baltim ore Advertisements.
GOOD
nonTAHX m
FROM
BALTIMORE.
lilies, Berwaiger 4 to ,
One-Priec Clothiers,
10 & 12 E. Baltimore Si
NEAR CHARLES,
iliivct attention to their unlimited and
magnificent assortment of MEN’S,
YOUTHS’. BOY’S and
Cl fffd) REX’S
CLOTHING
and CHILDREN’S SHIRT WAISTS,
■which they have prepared for this
Season’s business.
YOU NEED
CLOTHING
For Yourselves.
YOU NEED
CLOTHING
For Your Boys,
so don’t fail to visit our Establishment
when in the City.
Every garment sold upon its merit on
ly, and none leave our premises, that
we cannot recommend to the letter.
We Can Sell You
Men’s All Wool Suits $8 Of' upwards
Youths' All YVool Suits $7 00 “
Boys’ All Wool Suits $0 00 “
Children's all wool Suits 50 “
Ute. Bernier & Co.
gi/hmieu n ill.
April 15—3ra.
DRY GOODS.
SILKS, LACKS, VELVETS, DRESS
GOODS, LINENS, FLANNELS, ISLAN
KETS.DOMESTIC COTTONS, WHITE
GOODS, PRINTS,GINGHAMS. HO
SIERY, GLOVES, UNDER
WEAR, LADIES' d- MISS
ES' WRAPS.
-A-XjSO
Every article a Dry Goods House
should have in Low.Medinm and High-Priced
Goods. One Price for every one ; a child can
buy of us as cheap as the best judge of Dry
Goods. The same price to tiiose who desire
to | m-chase by mail as to those who visit our
Store. We have the largest Store in Baltimore,
and carry the greatest variety of all kinds of
Dry Goods. Orders for Samples will receive
prompt attention. Customers, when ordering
Samples, will please say if Black or Colors are
desired, and give us an idea in regard to Price.
We supply Merchants the belter class of
Dry Goods, not to he had from Jobbers, and
cut any length to suit their customers at low
est Piece ; rice.
In business for the past 50 years
HAMILTON EASTER & SONS
NEW NOS. 23, 25 and 27
BALTIMORE BT.
Near Light St., White Marble "Building
BALTIMORE, HD.,
April S—:lm.
Special Notice.
L MEYER, No. 206 Hanover
, St., near Pratt, Baltimore,
Md., is now offering a varied as
sortment of Trimmed and Un
trimed Hats, Bonnets, Millinery
Trimmings,Flowers and Feathers,
and a complete stock of Ladies’
and Gents’ Furnishings, Fancy
Goods, Notions, Worsted and
Embroidered Silks, at prices to
suit the times. Kid Gloves a Spe
cialty. Entirely New Styles of
Stamping.
Don’t fail to inspect his Stock
before purchasing elsewhere. It
will pa}’ you.
Apnl dd— Im.
TOBACCO
| [t?*ALL STYLES ON HAND.
QUSEND FOR PRICE LIST.
JAMBS BATBS,
Cor Pratt & President Streets,
I Aprils, ISS7—ly. Haiti nous.

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