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THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER UPPER MARLBOROUGH. MARYLAND, JULY 1, 1887 .Miscellaneous Ad vermeil is. Clear and Harmless as Water, MTTAN’S Crystal Discovery for the Hair, A PERFECTLY clear preparliou in one j\ bottle, as easily applied as water tor re storms; to gray hair its natural co'oraml 'onto ful appearance to eradicate and preven; dand ruff, to promote t’.ie growth of Hie bail am! stop its falling out. It is entirely harmless, and perfectly free from any poisonous sub stance and will, therefore, take the place ot all Ilia dirty and unpleasant preparations now in use. Numerous testimonials have been sent us from our most prominent citizens. In thin<*s in which the articles now in use ate oh jectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVKUV is per fect. It is warranted to contain neither Su gar of i.ead, Sulphur or Nitrate ot Silver, h does not soil the clothes or scalp, is agreeably peifod. and makes one of the best dressing? for the Hair in use. It restores the color ot the Hail more perfectly and uniformly than any other preparation, and always does so in from three to ten days, virtually feeding the loots oft he Hair with all the nourishing ■jual ties necessary to its growth and healthy con dition ; it restores the decayed and *nduces a new go"tb of the Hair more positively than anythitu; 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. Call at your druggist for it and lake no oth er. If he*has not got it let him order it. Price $1 per bottle. ARTHUR NAT TAN'S, Inventor and Pioprielor, Washington, D.C. [X* To be liud in Upper Marlborough ol \\ iiitam 11. Harper, and Druggists and dealers generally. Wholesale of J. d. Thompson and Alntli Pro's A Co., lialtimore : Scott Cromwell *V ( i., Washington. Violwr 15 —If. EVERY FARMER! WHO WISHES TO PRODUCE A LARGE CROP AND PERMANENTLY ENRICHhis LAND SHOULD USE A Pure Bone Fertilizer. AND Such a FERTILIZER Is now Otic red You in the Old Established LISTER’S S TA-ItTID-ArißriD PURE BONE Supor-Pliospliate of lime, FOR Wheal, Tobacco, Corn, Oats anti (Jrass and Gen eral Application. ;|£3gr*Sond your address for FARMER’S COMPANION and REFERENCE BOOK, and copy of “AGRICULTURAL PRO GRESS" containing useful infor mation and directions, analysis and testimonials. FOR SALE BY J. BURNES WILSON, Westwood, Maryland, B. E. BADEN, Horse Head, Maryland. * CLARENCE HALL, Upper Marlboro’, Maryland. LISTER’S Agricultural Chemical WORKS, Newark, - - N. J. 54-58 BUCHANANS WHARF. BALTIMORE, MD* Sep. 3, ISS6—Cm. H B. UARSHAW A: BRO! WROLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS FLOUR, FEED, OR.HR' AND Liquor Dealers, Cor. Eleventh and M Streets S. E. (Gaddis’ Old Stand,) WASHINGTON, D. C. HAVING greatly enlarged our business by securing two large Warehouses for stor ing the immense Stock of Hoods that we are compelled to eary to supply the extraordinary increase in our slrade, we will say, that we are now prepared to meet al! demands for goods in our line at prices that will satisfy all buyers. We are large receivers of Flour and Drain from the West. Hroceries and Liquors from first hands, and with the experience ol twenty-five years in the business we can safe ly promise our friends that we will meet their expectations. Remember our famous Brands of Flour. “WHITE AND HOLD,"Fancy Minn Patent “TRYPHF.N.V —Winter Patent. “DRUSILLA St. Louis “ “OUR SECRET” —Choice ‘•SUN BEAM”—A Choice Family, and any other lower grades of good quality, but remember the brands mentioned never fail to give satisfaction—every barrel wan ant ed. Hoods jiacked and delivered to transput ta tion companies free of charge. Hoists' celebrated Harden Seeds in large as sortments. B. B. Earnshaw, & Bro. Cor 11 tli auiM Sts. S. L WASHINGTON, D. C’. August uT, IS-ii-ly. WANTED resent a LIKE INSURANCE CO. Libeiai terms and arrangements. Address with in ferences, NATIONAL Ml TT'.M. LIKE ASs'N. If 0 F. St., Washington, If. C* . Miscellaneous . Idr's. THE STAR Newspaper supporting the Principles *l.l a Democratic Administration, Published In the City of New York. WILLIAM DOKSHEOIEII, Editor and Proprietor. Dally, Sundav, and Weekly Editions. THE WEEKLY STAR, A C 'ixtcen-page Newspaper, issued every Wednesday. 1 , pure, ’.right and interesting FAMILY PAPER. t contains the latest news, down to the hour of \ j f-ing to press ; gricuttural, Market, Fashion, Household, Political, Financial and Commercial, Poetical, Humorous and Editorial TVnirtp-.nit - a’i under the direction of trained iouin ilisls of the highest ability. Its sixteen j,.,„p S w jii he ton ml crowded with good things frmi to end. , . , , Original M-sfU'< By American and i “the daily star, T’ic T) mly St\u contains all the news of the day v, iitrietivc form. Its *i>cml correspondence from I- lon. Paris. Derail, Vienna and lii’Lliii i- ■> conniK'ndable feature. \ - \v ~ inAiLaiiv, and other new? centers, t’ *> mV -t conf-i oTidt nts specially retained hv thu Til - l- i Ai:. liiniit-li the latest news hy telegraph. Its iiteraVv features arc unsurpassed. I The Financial and Mai kt l Reviews are unusually I f 's,K'eial ter<us and extraordinary induce mei-ts to agents ami canvassers, bend lor circulars. TERMS OF THE WEEKLY STAR *o Sfb- FREE OF HOSTAGE ID the I lilted Stales and Canada, outside the limits of New York City : ?f r h y fofTen *.ioS (hi os iif lon ... , -. n, i Clubs of Fifteen (and one extra to organizer).. 15 on TERMS OF THE DAIUY STAR TO Slb | pcr.icEßS: Evrrv dnv for one wnrWindiiding Sunday)— 5S w Dailv, without Sunday, one year !’ “J, Every day. six months. 2 I Daily, without Sunday, six months ■■“ uo I Address, THE STAR, 36 ami 2S North william St.. New Fork. , (Tl)f lUollcr ©tjan. One Uniform Price. Tie Idler Organ CIOMES before the public this year with / NEW and VALUABLE IMPROVE MENTS, making it BETTER. FINER ami MORE VALUABLE than ever before. An examination of its merits will convince you that it is the FINEST ORGAN of to-day.— They are incomparable in workmanship and matchless in tone. The prices are the very low est at which Instruments of the highest stand ard can he sold To prove these facts, we will send an organ to any reliable person on inspection. It will be to your interest to aid us in the sale of the Moller Organ' We retail and wholesale direct from Factory Organs 1 $25 and npwaids, Pianos SSO and upwards.— [£?■■ Catalogues sent free. Address, M. P. MOLLER, Manufacturer of Pipe & Reed Organs, Feb “li—Win. HAGERSTOWN. Ml. MARBLEINE. ; k 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. go beautiful lints. Anyone can apply ti. Put up in Oib T.ackages at Sets, per lb. RICE’S FLOOR STAIN WALNUT, OAK, CHERRY. PERFECT IMITATIONS! Anyone can apply them. Put tip only in sealed packages—k pint, pint, quarts, gallons locts., gods., 46cts., $1.50 per can. Price’s Pavement Paint, for Coating Pavements, Brick Walks, Hearths, Ac., 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 gib ami 41b packages at loots, and gods, per package PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, AC., AC. Our goods are the best. Do not accept sub • slitutes that pay dealers greater profits. See that our name is on each package. For sale hy paint dealers, grocers, .vc, Ac, and by WILLIAM B. PRICE i CO., MWIFAPTIKERS. 326 W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE. CC7”Samp!e cards and circulars free on appli • cation. June lg, IkS6—ly Gold Jewelry by Mail: Official Badges and Emblems for K. of L. of P., 1. 0.0. Masonic and Temperance or i ' dels ' also all k.nds of Jewelry for Ladies and gentlemen—i'ins. Rings, Ear Drops, Chains, etc., Finely finished in (fold am! (fold Plate. 'Prices by' mail. 25c to Si- Less than half I 1 store prices. We want agents in every town. * Liberal discounts. As to reliability, reference ! -riven i*i nearly even Mate of actual purchas j ers. ' C. E. STREETER, Attleboro, Mass. _ _ 5 1 .). 11. Mi;I).VXKV. GKO. li. MEDAIIiY ■I J. H. Medairy & Co., Litlioiraphers, Printers, gIIDOKSELLtKSaSTATKISHIIS l\ North Howard St., • RAI.TIHOKE, Hi); i Ilia n k J looks made to Order ;L in a ni/ sitjle. C Mu. Wksi.kv 11. Coi.to.x is connected r 1 wit-h tliis house. July 17, ’Sfi—ly. ' James G, Bowen, | ~ Livery Hiring, llnrk ;iSALE STABLES j l'-rt (itii and “tli , ' Avenue, Z/’ Streets, 1 betwe-u '* WASHINGTON, D. C. Transitnl ll<.r*r* ('artfully allrtnhtl to. April IS, INs I—fin M REWARD ffwSnlS ID inti. Itching, op L-'icerut.-a Pilt’M t hat Doliing’it l*ilo K#npdy failstocure. Gives immediate relief, cures cases of long standing ia 1 week, and ordinary • a.-es in 2 days. _____ CAUTION ir'Tr h lt’ ir ’A iI" 1 '"i : d*. J 4 t**YuU!o!**H!Sj y JS 111 I :n-•j IU v J r* Ml l. 1 K it. M. 1> . 'V , T-wUtli CHARLES WIN FLILMIZ A SONS, | u"’.: i i:- in Bin*, Band, Hoop. and House Shoe Iron and Horse Shoe Nails, |Cast Tool, Spring*, 'Tire, Machinery am! Toe Steel, Anvil-, Del lows, Rlowvrs. Uorjr.s. Tin U g-U r-. Drill I’n---. Vi-.•••=. Stocks and Dio?, Mainlrill.?. Iluinnb-r-. slmige?. I ;!- -. Ihi-ji-, ( urriagv ami Tiiv J>>>l l s ? ami all kimis < *l Stuiili s touis. /\ ”X*T.T*!g-5 iALfPCi SPRINGS, SjKikes.l I iil)S,Rim.?, Shaft.?. ;iml till kirn I? of Wagon am! Uarrlagr Mak.-r’s Material Sgijlld Iron amt Metal.- Imaglit I‘ur I‘ash of lukcii in I rail.*. : \l?o keep on hand all kind? cl scrcnd hand i-I.AI KSMI 111 I(H)LS nst-lul old Iron. Second hand Machinery hcnglu ami s.dd. W e are sole Agents of Jloyt’.- Cork Hcn-cSh.v Pad. Bf3L.For further infonaation call on or write to cur add tvs? as ahevc. New Nos. 319 and 321 W Pratt Street IvL Hi ward d Kuiav. St?. Old Numher itanimorr. lid. April g'2—fin. -'Tan k WELL-TRIED TREATMENT D FOR consumption, asthma, dyspepsia, ca- STARKEY \ TARRH, HAY FEVER. HEADACHE, DEBILITY, AND PALEN X pjj A RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, and all C 'hrante have the liberty to ks t’ us s. refer (in proof t.f their 'n. 6 " standing as Physicians) "COMPOUND OXYGEN** being taken into to the following-named well- q/N . t-. ;:. tin Grain, Spin.d Marrow, ami the known persons who have tried. A: w w.i*— ** Nervous Centres are their Treatment; Hon. William " " :. •. ; and maJ.more active. I hus D. Kelley, Member >fC ngress, i>. a ; F mt: n H ad f all activity. Rev. Victor L. Conrad, Editor L.'; r.u 7* 1 :h mental and physical, is n- Observer, Phil.i.; Rev. Chas. W. Cushing, 4 st-reil to a slate of integrity, Lockport, N. Y.. Hon. William Penn Nixon. I 1- and the nervous system, itor Inter-Ocean. Chicago. 111.: Judge H. P. Vrcoman, the organs, ar.d the Qucnemo,Kan., & thousands of other-i;i ever in r. i. I muscles all act “ COMPOUND OXYGEN- ITS MODE OF ACTION more kindly AND RESULTS" is the title of a book of two ImnJreU Y Cj t I “i” published by Drs. Starkey and Paleu. wl., i j.;ves t > ..1 : . : * cie 1 full information as to this remarkable curative .• x nt and .. r ol - . cures in a wide range of chronic case- - —many >f them afivr L aband -i to -i: .•>* Other phy-; i.ms. It will bo mailed free to any address or. application. Drs.STARKEY & PALEN, 1527-1529 Arch St.. Phila., Pa. ——l im!!■■— ii i i■ n r .--p - n -—. . ..■•-^?r.'uV~*vr , viMnco( I— COAL! COAL,! "WALTER TT. JtzIJL.ToXjO’W, WHOLESAI.E AXI > RFT AIL DEALER I.V COAL AID WOOD. MAIN 0FF1( K AND YARD : Corner Eighth and H Streets, S. \\ BRANCH OFFICE AND YARD : No. 2I() A. Street, N. E., Capital Hill Coal Depot (on B. & P. R. R.) Cor. V;l A Del. Avc.-., S. W. WASHINGTON, I). C. ANTHRACITE, CAMEL, SPLINT and BITUMINOUS COALS received direct from the MINUS and .-'hipped on -mull muru’in t (l all points on the B. &P. Road, .mg-i-t i.v.u-t y COAL! WOOD! BU Y 'JPttOls/L Johnson Brothers, Wliarves ul Railroad Yard; TieKft and Water Streets Smallest nun iun us m: 1202 F Street Northwest, lolsSeventh Strec-t Northwest, 1740 Pennsylvania Avenue Nortwest, 1112 Ninth St. Northwest, Cor. 3rd and K Sts. N. AY., 221 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E. Largest Private Railroad A aid south of New A ork ; also Kxten sive Wharves giving unsurpassed facilities for the economic handling of FUEL of all kinds. Coal delivered on Cars direct from Mines into our A su'd, Vie 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 Fuel can be furnished. July g:l, ISS6—ly. tio\i:v TO LOAH Ml (N’EV to loan on gooJ Farms county, viz... SSdo, isi.uuu, sg.. ; i'ii. -I.(HH). s:,.l’liHl. Also SKKI,(HMI to loan in i.o 1 or -mall Mims for •*■ 'cars or a slimier THOMAS 1111.1.. Fayette & Sr. I'alll Si.-. March 11 Jm. Baltim ic. M J. ELI HUNTT. undehtakeh, T li, PItI.VCK (inn. ( <>.. Mu. K LEI’S constantly on haml a full line > I FUNERAL SUITLIES. Will all-ml Innerals at the shortest notice, an-1 in t>e- T "i style. Eiiilialming nllemle.l to when J. Mie.l. ciiarges moilerate. llianklni Im jri'l 1.0'.i-, 1 solicit ;i coiitimianuD. .lan. 21. issT—lv.* A\TANTED at I’ER M<\|ll AND EXPENSES RAID, a few goo. I sales men to -ell nursery slock. Slea.ly enqilo-,- men) die year roil ml to suecesstnl - i . Ail.tress with references. I>. It 1 \II 1- i NursHi'v in hi i, (ien*7\d. N. i. March 1-—Jni. W AGNER’S GREEN HOUSE R !■: ST I (/MAT 15. 9 A WO W Prail Sf., BALTIMORE HiKRS\ A lilKl.lMk // / • r: rr .. \.l a n in: /. t: vs 1 \ liiiiliiiiii' ami tullrn, 1 7 Cor. P r att ami L'hght Sts., Ml. is, is- .-i'. BA I-TIMORF. WANTEDII ■ A MAN !s (SALARY ,A’v HkoO!:i2;x l i?Ji.V!eA:IS7S io iioo . MiseeUaneons Adcer'ments- ! I 3S I " i . H : a * •M • ; a ■ s: • 1 B 4 t m = I % I :• 3 ; | k# 5 Furniture -- I S f I s* - B i - H 5 1 A ■ ? © ■ 1 © t 3 ‘ 2 xm s 2 x* ® J. T. Cottingham & Cc, 1* K A t.ERS EN ALL Fannins implements, FIELD and (. \KIH:\ SEEDS. Hoi'tlcnllaral Fools, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE (ireat WEBSTER Wagon. r S/tui dal In da eemen is for Form ers lla sin ess. G 2 LIGHT STREET (Sii claiivs < >hl Stabi).) J.m. 22, B(i—ly. It ALT I HI ORE. $i 13 W33EBLS. The I’OI.ICE GAZETTE will be mailed securely \vrap|ied, to any aJitivss in tiie Uui led States for three months on recepl of ONE EOIiIiAR- Liberal .liseount allowed to postmasters agents an.! elnbs. Sample copies mailed free Address all orders to RICHARD K. FOX, Fuanki.in Square,X. T. TO THE PUBLIC! HAVING enlarged my place of imsiness have now on hand in connect on with my U MRER, FEED, GRAB.S and GARDEN SEED a full line of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, WIRE FENCING. AND HARNESS OF ALL KINDS 07?” I‘leasecu'l and examine my slock and learn prices before purchasing elsewhere. J T. CAMPBELL. 1304 mil St., 8. E. A/1/WT |?V U * l “' raa ‘ , ‘ > - Cnt thi iVlv/l’l 4-i i mil and relmn to ns. and i we will send you free, soinel hi n g of great val | ue and importance to you, that will start you i in Imsiness which " ill tiring yon in more inoii i ey right away Ilian anything else in the woild. 1 Any one can do this work and live at home.— j Either sex : all ages.' Son.eting new, that j 'list coin? money lor all workers. We will | start you : capital not needed. This is one of | the genuine, important chances of a lifetime. Those "ho an* ambitious and enterprising "ill ; not delay. Grand outfit free. Address Tut t | <V I n.. Augusta, Maine. U. HEILBRUN S The l.sii’gewt and Best One Price Shoe House, No 402 Seventh Street, lI'.J.S \IU SGTON. U C. Look for The Old Lady iu the Window Working Classes We are now pre it'.icd to In mist, all classe? with omiiloyiuent at I,mu,. 11,,* whole of the time, or lor I heir spare line ’ mi'iiis. Un-in,*-- new. ligt and |>nitilalde. I‘ersons ..I either-ex eie-il\ earn I'row SO rents lo sr,am |M>r t venin * aii.i a nroiiortional sum by devoting all their time the business, fiovs and girls earn near y , minli as men Tli U all who see tins may send linn address and lest the biisiw-s. we make lids ol- : |*„ siii-li as me not well satisfied we will sein*. one dnllai lo na' loi die troulde ul writing, bull i otmdai' and oiittit lice. Address Gkokgk Stix -1 son a: Co., Portland, Maine. 1887 LOOK! LIMBER! To Carpenters and Parties who are going to Build or Repair: We ileal in all kin Is anil soils of Material. Oar bids cover ivcrvthing Me are making low rates lor I lie easli Trade. Never before has Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds been so low at WILLKT &■ LI HHKV’S, the popular Cash Sale Lumber and Huilding Material Merchants. We are ship pin*' la'ge fjtiantitiesof Material front the city daily. Our sties have exceeded those of previous years, and they must, con tinue. Our Material must keep movin':. We have cut and are still cutting on all Material—making specialties of all Hoards, Sash, Poors, I Hinds and Shingles, which we arc selling at cut rate prices. Wc are selling Bright, Yellow Pine Boards, Beautiful, any length desired $1.25 Si^Shingles way down in price, which is one of our specialities. nrr to sec that your estimate comes to us if you want a low Hid. faT" AH .etlers of inquiry will receive prompt attention.—llemeinbcr name and place. WILLET & LTBBEY, Sixth St. and New York Arc., March 18, 1887 —ly. WASHINGTON. I). C. Misccllaneons Ad'rfs. 1887. Harp3r's Magazine. ILLUSTRATED Haki’ku'B Maoa/.ixk during IN-7 "illj contain a novel of intense (mlitie.il. so,-al and romantic interest, eni died “Narka” a story ol j Russian life—hv Kathleen ti'Meara: anew j novel, entitled “April H.*|*s."hy \V. 1). How ells; “Southern Skelelies.” hy Cliarles Dud- j ley Warner and Rclieeei Harding Davis, it- | Inst rated tiy William Hamilton Gih-o:i ; I Great American Industries,—eoniinned * “So cial Studies,” hy Dr. R. T. Ely ; fmllier arti cles on tiie Rail say I‘ioldcni hy competent writers." new series of illustrations hy A. K. Abbey and Allied Rars.nc; arm ies by K. I*. Roe ; and oilier allraclions. HAKPIIK’S PGKIODICAIX l*er Year: HARDER'S M \GAZINE * 4 00 HARDER S WEEKLY 4 oo HARDER'S BAZAR I oo ■ HARDER S YOUNG DKoI’I.E g oo j HARDER’S FRANKLIN StJUAKK LI BRARY, One V ear (,VJ Nnintiers) tooo j HARDERS HANDY SERIES, On- Year (52 Numliers) 16 oo ■ Pontilt/e Frrt- to till snlr.\rrtht rs in t/u I ni- j teil Stales or ('unadn. The volumes of Ibe Magazine begin with the Numliers for June and December of each year. When no time is s()ec*iti.*d, subscrip tions will liegin with the Numher current at the time of jeceipl of older. Botiinl Volumes of H Atti’Ki;"? M ai. a/.ixk. for three years back, in neat clolli binding, will lie sent by mail, post(>aid, on receipt, of $3 00 per volume. Chith Cases, for binding, 50 cents each—hy mail postpaid. Index to //arperV. Magazine, Alphabetical, Analytical and Classified, for \ olnines I lo 70, inclusive, from June, IS6O, to June, ISSS, one vol., 8vo„ Cloth, $4 (Hi. Remittances should he made by Dostoffic* Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss Newspapers are not ftt coy.// this tnlrevti.se metit without the es (tress order of Uaio*ki; A Brothkies. Address, HARDER A BROTHERS. New Voik. Deceiulior 10. ISS(> tf 1887. Harper’s Weekly ILLUSTRATED. HAlii’Kii'a Wkkki.v maintains its position as the leading illustrated newspaper in Amer ica : and its Hold iqmii tiie public esteem and confidence was never stronger than at the pres ent lime. Besides tiie pictures, lla;pci’s Weekly always contains instalments of one, occasionally of two, ol I lie best novels ot the day. finely illustrated, with short stories, (ni ems, sketches, and piqiers on important cur rent topics by the m. st popular writers. The care that lias been successfully exercised in the past to make Harper’s Weekly a sale as well as a welcome visitor to every household " ill not lie relaxed in the future. HAKI’ER'S I’l KIOIHf ll V Pep Year: HARDER’S WEEKLY $4 no HARDER'S BAZAR 4 (Hi HARDER’S MAGAZINE 4 oo HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE 2 00 HARDER’S FRANKLIN SQUARE LI BRARY, One Year (52 Numbers)... !•> 0 HARPER'S HANDY SERIES, One Year (52 Nunibeis) 1. (H) Postage Free to all mihsrr.'Grs in tin Uni ted Stales or Canada. The Volumes of the Weekly begin with the first Number'for January of each year. \\ ben no lime is mentioned, subscriptions will be gin with the Number current at (inn* of receipt of order. Bound Volumes of HAnrKi;- Wkkki.v. | for three years back, in neat chilli binding, will be sent by mail, p.stage paid, or by ex press, flee of e\(H*iise (provided llu* height does not exceed one dollar |ht volume), be $7 (Hi per volume. Cloth Cases for “acb volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mail, postpaid, on re ceipt of $1 0(1 each. Remittances should be made by I ’oMoilier Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. are not to etgty this tidrertise went teil hunt- the express order id Hauit'.k A Bkotmkks. Address, HARDER A BROTHERS. Ne" York. December 10, ISSti—lt PATENTS ! CAVtATS, TRADE MARKS AND COPYRIGH S I Obtained, and all oilier business in the I . S. i Patent Office attended to fir MODERATE 1 I FEES. , i I Onr office is opposite the I. S. Patent t lllice. ! we can obtain Patents in less lime Ilian ; those remote from W ASHINt. 1 ON. i Send MODEL OR DRAWING. W e ad-| vise as to iralei.tabilitv free of charge : and we make NO CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PATENT. We refer, here, lo the Dostmastei, tl.c Mipt. ; i of Money Order Div-, and to officials ot the; u. S. Patent Office. For oncnlar, advice, : terms, and references 1“ actual clients in yoni k own -Stale or oountv, write to I'. \. SHO'V & < 0.1 1 j Opposite Patent t iffice, ’’ ' s *•*4" 1 > i September IT, IS- fi—it- <COA IMPORTANT TO FARMERS! JjJOA ARM NATURAL GUANO! ' Recently Discovered in a Tropical Island. CHEAP. PROMPT. DURABLE. GUAHiINTEED TO JLITALTZE BONE PHOSPHATE LIME From 45 per Cent Up. HIGH IN VALUE! LOW IN PRICE! WELL and HELPS the LAND at ONCE. Order Early. i Send for Circulars. MPOBTSB S3-'* - CARIB GUANO CO., Room 33 S. GAY ST., - - Baltimore. March IS—3in. Jf Jtri. S/L El H S ! Increase your KUO PRODUCTION and kvep your poultry healthy by feeding them with MYERS’ CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE. (EGG FOOD FOR POULTRY AND PIGEONS.) It is the best article in the world forallkinds of poultry ami pigeons^ // Unn medicine But is a preventive 0/ and \nytgomlor lor making egg-shells ami li.r keeping all poultry iuahe^thvcondrtion. It until contains uhat nature Jrmanils, ami poultry bhou dhaseit. lt will make the bcus lav oftencr, and of a superior quality. Keeping longer from spoiling, Young chickens will mature at an earlier age, audmake a better qualit v of lied, and not subject to 'lbe great drawback iu keeping fowls iu coudilioo. is the want ol carhou v ‘JSXm for forming the shell, also a condiment forkcepingthe birds in health and making their plumage look nice; by using CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE You will find the benefit derived from its use. CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE Is made bv a secret process only known to the manufacturer. The combination of the different ingredients is so concentrated that thd chickens or pigeons will eat it. „ 10 and 30 cents per Box. Trade Mark registered, February 24th. ISBS. Patented iu the baited States, July 7th, 1885. PaleutFii in U.uada. < kjlolkt 9lh, 1885. It your storekeeper does not sell it, send One Dollar and I will ship a twenty-pound l*ox. S. S. MYERS, Falentee, 629 X. Front St., rmr.ADEi.FHiA, Pa., U. S. Patented In ftre.it Britain. Tilly Tth. ISSS. istato UI-lilM lor sale to responsible panic*. WEBSTER WAGON COMPANY ■ Is closing out its business and HAS ON HAND OVER 4000! Wj Of their Celebrated Truss AxleWagona FARM WAGONS GRaf REBuEhoii. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AT A BOTTOM PRICE, A Wagon imulo from West Virginia Oak. Hickory, ami Poplar, tbeUst A curable, and superior iu every particular to interior' jrattel now on the market. Embrace the opportunity ami save money. All Wagons arc warranted for one year. Our farewell offer. WEBSTER WAGON CO., Write fur prices and terms. MOUNDSVILLE, Majcah M Co., W. Va. December 01,366 —3m.