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THF PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRSL-UPPE 11 "mAR^ROUGiI, MARYLAND. JULY 22, 1887.
X -JL JL X ICocal aub personal. Arrival and Departure of Trains—New Schedule- Leave tor Baltimore and Washington J 23 AM Leave for Baltimore and Washington 3 c*o Psl Arrive at Marlboro' 9 23 Ail Arrive at Marlboro' 5 51 PM The County Comrnissioners- A regular meeting of the County 1 oni missioliers was held on Tuesday with all the members, except Mr. Huberts, present, ihe proceedings were as follows : Ordered, that John K. Harrison plate new flooring on bridge on road leading from Muirkiriv to Montgomery county also on bridge over Paint Branch, National Turnpike. Ordered, that (lie report of Geo. S. Hove and J. 11. Thomas commissioners, in refer ence to building a bridge on road from Brick Church to Oak Grove, which was i sold to Sears & Son for $75, be adopted. Ordered, that Samuel R. Harding ho ap pointed Supervisor in 10th district, vice. M. J. Tighe. resigned. Ordered, that Walter Ryon la* appoint ed Supervisor in place ot Herbert Duvall declined to serve. Ordered, that W. 11. Owens. Arthur Ful ton and I.iuher Brashears he appointed commissioners to examine and report to this Board whether the public necessity requires the changing of the Bond Mill road so as to have it connect with Mont gomery street in Laurel instead of the Sandy Spring road. Ordered, that draft issue to Philip Krause, payable out of License Fund, for $347.50 being one-half cost ot bridge over Patuxent River at Bond's Mill and that draft for $30.50 be paid to said Krause out of same fund for one-half cost for expenses, itc., at said bridge. The report of James T. Perkins, Trustee, was received and adopted. Ordered, that E. E. Berry expend S2O on the public road from Mel wood to Salisbury's Store at Supervisor’s rales. Ordered, that James S. Carroll straighten the Branch miming parallel with the public road passing through the lands of Geo. IP 11. Marshall, and the sum of SSO is hereby ap propriated for the same, or so much thereof as may be neccstary, the work to lie done at Supervisor’s rails. Ordered, that certificate issue out of Road ami Bridge surplus to .las. A. Gregory for $131.50 for work done on public road from SI. Barnabas Chinch to District line. Ordered, that Jos. K. Wilson, Win. Shea, and Dr. Clias. A. Fox be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners to sell const ruction of bridge over Piney Branch near Beltsville. Ordered, that Geo. S. Dove and John P. Hopkins lie and they are hereby appointed Commissioners lo sell the construction of a bridge on the public road from Gov. Bowie,s to Queen Anne. Ordered, that Jos. K. Wilson and William Harvey he appointed Commissioners to sell oousti uctiou of Bridge over Beaver Dam Branch nearllarvey's Crossing. The resignation of M. J. Tighe as Consta ble was filed and accepted, and also ids resig nation as Supervisor. Meeting of the School Board- A meeting of the School Board was held on Saturday last with all the members present. After authorizing the Secretary and Treasurer to pay the Teachers for the- Sum mer term, the Board passed the following or ders : Ordered, that Ur. W. \V. Duvall and the Local Trustees of Laurel School he hereby appointed a committee to con tract with the lowest responsible bidder lo thoroughly repair and paint the Lau rel school building and to repair and white wash fence and out-buildings. Ordered, that the Local Trustees of School No. 1 in Queen Anne district, be authorized to contract for tlie building of an addition to said school and report at next meeting. Ordered, that Dr. W. W. Waring and the Local Trustees of School No. 3 in Aquasco district lie hereby appointed a committee to examine and report as to the cost of building a vestibule and ad dition to said school. Ordered, that Mr. A. G. Darcy amt the Local Trustees of Hie colored school in Spaldings district he appointed a committee to select a new site for said j school and report at next meeting. The Board then adjourned until Friday and Saturday, August 13th and 13th, when applicants for teachers’ certificates will lie ex amined, and at the same time a conqielitive examination for a free scholarship in the Wes tern Maryland College will lie held. la the. Orphans’ Court- The Oqilians’ Court held a regular meeting on Tuesday', with Judges Ciagett and Perrie present, and passed the following or ders : Ordered, that Win. Stanley and Daniel Amiueu he appointed administrators of Eliza J. Atoche ; penally of bond SOO,OOO. Inventory of diaries 1L Stanley, admin istrator of Elias Travers was tiled amount ing to $05,424.38. Debts *penile and des perate. Ordered, that the 3d and final account and distribution of Joshua T. Clark, Jr., administrator of A. H. Beavin. be passed. Ordered, that tire bond of Joseph K. Roberts, administrator d. b. n.. c. t. a., ol John D. Bowling in the sum of SIO,OOO be appioved and letters granted. Ordered, that Joseph Travers, guardian to Sydney Travers give bond in the sum j ot $15,000. Ordered, that the Ist and final account | * ot Sarah A Suit, executrix of Louisa J. I Suit, be passed. Ordered, that the Ist and final account of Francis Tolson. administrator of Mary A. Tolson, be passed. Ordered, that Charles H. Manley, guar dian of George. Helen V., and Alfred L. Siebel, be authorized to make certain in vestments for said minors. Ordered, that Mary 1.. Watts and Geo. W. Duvall, of D., administrators of Hugh Watts, deceased, convey certain real c-tate t i Mary C. Harvey. Adjourned until August 16th. 1887. The Stum's Doings- The storm which passed over a por tion of the county on Sunday last was very destructive in some localities. Near Bowie considerable hail fell, laige enough to break windows, ami to mutilate and damage grow ing crops. In a small belt of territory just below Cenlreville a terrific gust accompanied by a strong wind prevailed for a little while. The lightning struck a tree near a dwelling occupied by a son of Mr. Levi King, on the Melwtod estate severely stunning young King and scorching the hair of his broil'd ho was sitting at an open window. On the farm of Mr. J. Irving Bow ie near the Toll Gate two barns containing tobacco in bulk were blown down, greatly injuring the tobac co which was thereby exjosed to the rain- Mr. Bowie also had his corn house blown over. On the adjourning farm owned by Mi- Frederick Bhiger the wind destroyed a barn, which in its fall nearly ruined two carria ges and a grain drill. A house occupied by Mr. John Taylor on the “Weston " estate had the top blown off. In oilier seet’ois id the county the storm raged with violence, but we have not heard of any serious damage. The committee appoint'd by the Anne Arundel County Grange to make arrange ments for holding the annual agricultural fair have agreed upon Cah sville, West river, j as the location for the exhibition. 'The Ma ry land Steamboat Company lias ofiered to j mu e eursioiis between Baltimore and Gales ville ero’i day during the fair, which will |- heldearly in September—probably on Sbe7ih Slh and 9th of the mot tin Exhibits will be i invited from all sections of thi State. 1 V J— J-l. l J. i v.' - “ “ Brevities- Democrats should no; lid to alien! -lie primaries to moirow utiernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Win. B. Bowie celebrated their Golden Wedding on Monday last. Farmers are in ihe midst of wheat thresh- 1 i ig. The Held as far as we have heard si | very poor. | Om thank- are due for a copy of the annti- j i al catalogue of I lie Law School of the I niver- | j sity of Mart land. A peculiarity ot Hit >d’s Sarsaparilla is that | while it purities tie blood, it imparts new j vigor to every function of the body Some of our citizens are now soj uirning at pleasant summer resorts, and we hear of oth ers to follow about the first of Augli-t. Miss Nellie ll.nper I. f. yesteiday for a visit to her friend Mi.-s May Wils- n ot Cal vert. Bess, the woil-known filly belonging to Messrs. Davis and H HI, won a line race at Monmouth Bark, N. J. last Saturday. The delightful change in the atmosphere during the past few days was very grateful after the siveiv ordeal of the it cent heated to; in. The Bllles are having two drills a week, gelling into trim I,*r thoir \ i-.il To Hagers town. We are sure our hoys will show up well. Mr. John T. Fisher has hern apio’nted a guager for the district of Maryland. His ap pointment is particularly gratifying to ids host of fthauls in the Democratic tarty i" tlii i county. The Trustees of tl e Marlboro Academy held a meeting on Wednesday evening, and re-elected Messrs. Sclivvearer and Ciagett the teachers for the t-nsning scholastic year, which will begin on the nineteenth of September. The Dog Days commenced on the 10th instant, and continue until August 23m1. The ancient dog days wore forty ill number, and extended from August 4;h to September 14th. The Fire Association congratulates itself that the lion. George Colton has promised to lecture here sometime during September fi r the purpose of raising funds to !h|tiidate the balance of the indebtedness on 1 lie truck lioo.se. During itie stoirn on Sunday evening S iow den Mitchell, son of Mr. Middleton Mitchell, was stunned by an electric l><ll that struck near him. He as insensible for some hours ami was much prostrated for several days. We are glad to hear that lie has fully recover ed. Sportsmen will relish the aiticle on “Hunt ing the Grizzly Rear,’" by G. O. Shields, in the forthcoming lIAKrEU’s in which the traits of this most laige and savage of H e bear tribe are illustrated by anecdotes from an experienced hu.iter. and by drawings from J. C. Beard. The places and times and equip ments for hunting this large game are also given. Eiscoe Sentenced. A correspondent from I’ort Tobacco says: Ex Judge Magriider, counsel for defense, not having filed bis exceptions within the lime allowed, the appeal in the case of Biscoc, the mmderer of Captain Dixon, was consid ered to be abondoned, and the comt, Judge Stone, on Tuesday sentenced the prisoner to be hanged. When asked if he had anything to say why the sentence of death should not be passed, the prisoner answered: “No, sir: only I don’t want the sentence ol deatli pass ed upon me.” The judge said, “5 o;-i have had two trials and two juries have, without any hesitancy, found you guilty of the mur der of Captain Dixon. The court has heard every word of the testimony and views it as an atrocious crime, without any justification whatever or excuse.” The court then passed sentence of death, and Judge Stone w..s vis ibly a fleeted. * The Lawn in Midsummer- While dry, hot weather continues, do not mow the lawn too frequently. The treat ment of the grass should now be to strength en live roots. Water the lawn, if it can be continued occasionally, in a long drouth. Ornamental beds, such as those in ribbon style, etc., should be at their best when cool nights wine, and the ditleient kinds should he kept from running into one another. Ju dicious pruning will keep ihciti in order. It is not advisable to save seeds, unless front very choice plants. Cut away all faded flow er-clusters, unless seeds of these are wanted. Seeds of hardy parennials, and of shrubs gen erally, should la* sown as sorei as they are ripe, and in a place where they may remain in the ground, without being disturbed, for a whole year, as many tree and shrub seeds will require a lung time logei inmate. W here this peculiarity is known, sow such seeds in a pot, which can be kept plunged in the soil fiii- a wiiolr season.— Amiro'iiti Ai/iii'tiltur isl. | Redemption of Trade. Dollars Dr. Geo. W. Bishop, assistant Cniled Stales treasurer in charge of (In* Baltimore sub-treasury, says that he has redeemed 43.3, 000 trade dollars. 'The lime for their redemp tion, which is limited to six months from Ihe date of Hie signing of the law by the Presi dent, will expire on September lor 3. The .Secretary of the Treasury, when the irade ilollar redemption was commenced, issued a circular which fixed August 1 as the latest day on which notifications would be received of the purpose to redeem. Bn l Dr. Bishop | believes that date was se! so as to warn hold- | | ert to tie in lime, and that lln* dollars will be j i redeemed until tl bn,9 i spires by law. | Hesavsih.itpreb.il>!> le.-- than $1,069 more ; will come In the Baltimore sub-treasury. l-V r j i a month past veiy f-iv hav * eome along, and fora week ala time m-n-.- wen* received. He i has sent s4oil.oon to the mint at Philadelphia. - ! and holds the other - Ig.iPii'i f.r lie* older ol ; the Secretary of lie- Treasury. Ot tin* 8 It:. | Odo.OOo trade dollar, s-md *6.951,!i;3 have | been It tie, lin'd, leaving $1 ** ih I,olm i nniv i deemed. Most of these remain out of the i country, or have been melted up for im i liau , i ical and other uses. • Etioklen’s Arnica Salvo- The best salve in tln- -..mi l for Cuts, i Bruises. Sores, Ul-vrs, >alt Blieiim, Fever -Sores. Teller, Cbapiieil Hands. Chilblains, j Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively j cure Piles, or no pay required. It is gnaraii i teed to give peifeet satisfaction, or money re ! funded. Price 35 cents per b,.;c. For sale by I W. 11. Harper. Excitement in Texas, Great excitement lias been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Texas, by tin* remaika- ! | ble recovery of Mr. J. K. • ni lcy, who was so j I helpless that In* could not turn in lei, or! j raise ids head ; everybody said lie was dying | |of Consumption. Atrial bottle of Dr, King's j 1 New Discovery was sent him. Finding re-I lief, lie bought a large bottle and a box of Dr, King’s N-w Life Pills: by the time lie had I I taken two boxes of the Pills and two bottles of Ihe Discovery, he was well and had gain ied in flesh thirty-six pounds. Tiial butties free at W. 11. Harper’s Drug Mon*. Large hot', les $ I. The civil-service commission has decided that clerks of the sl.oim class, appointed im j dera general examination, cannot enter into 1 an examination for promotion until they have ( I completed their probationary term of six months and rewire I an absolute appointment, j Miscella n con s Adrc I/scat // Is OJEH3PB ACMTJ HALL, Baltimore St., near Charles. The Heart km Mayas eh n > ammmmmmmmi m Km i CS BEs-S ESI . es wht wm mm | BALTIMORE ST., es m 1 : M’s 1j ffissa n vim z'i. i The very heart of the City is the corner of Baltimore and Charles Streets, Charles j Street dividing it into cast and west, ami BaltimoreStrcct halving it into north and south. The above is a correct plan of the central portion of Baltimore, indicating the streets. Hie leading hotels, Ac., and < tehm’s Acme Hall, Baltimore’s Largest Clothing and Furnishing Goods House. TERRIFIC REDUCTION! $300,000 WORTH OF ELEGANT CLOTHING. | Men’s Good Strong Suits. $6 & formerly $lO. j Stylish Gagfdmere and Worsted Suits, $!0 re duced from sl2 & sir. Fino English Serges, Worsteds, Ac., Suits sl2, | heretofore sis. Imported Fabrics, all colors and shapes. Suit* sls, i were S2O. Finest Imported Cloths in the world,s2o and $25, ! elsewhere $35 and $ !o. Roys' Snits, Best in this or any other market, at SI.IS) and $2.50. Boys'Stylish Suits, in Serges and Cassimeres, clown to $2.50 and $5. Boys'and Youths’Finest Dres~ Suit- clown to SO, 7.50,10,12, and sls, Best Shirts in the world, 50c. & 75c: laundered, at 75c. A sl. Sseckwcar at 50c., equal to other peoples' al 1.00, i Oehm’s ACME HALL, BY FAR TIIF. LARGEST CLCTHIHG HOUSE,; Baltimore Street, 1 door from CHarles, BALTIMORE, Ml), Also OEHM k SON, Pralt sill Hanover Sis. When visiting the city, make lids Store ; your headquarters. Every convenience for strangers, and baggage checked free i of charge. ‘•TO-ORDER” DEPARTMENT. See the grand stock of Woolens; three times the largest in Baltimore. Prices and perfect fit guaranteed, or money re funded. Write for Catalogues. Eclf-mcasurc meuts and Samples, which will he sent you free of cost. Post yourself in styles and prices by visiting the Great Store" of Bal timore, if you wish good Goods at low prices. July 1. ISS7 —tf. SILK RIBBONS. An elegant, large package of extra line \ Assorted Ribbons. [Job lot.) dilierent widths, in all the latest, fashionable shad ’s; adapted for Bonnet Strings, Neckwear, Scarfs. Trimming for Hals ami Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work. .No. Scnl by mail for only 25c, three packages for | Ortc.—-SPECIAL: We will give ilotthh the amount of any other firm in America if yon will send us the names and P. O. address of ten newly married tallies when ordering. No pieces less Ilian one yard in length. Satisfac tion guaranteed. H. J. JOHNS! iN, Cot Slli Avenue, New York. June 34, 13t. IV. X. DAI.TO.V. MONT. STI:ll I.AM'. Dalton & Strickland, DEALERS)X Fine Shoes. POPULAR PRICKS. 939 P(*iiu*)lvania Avenue, N. W and 93i D street M„ [ Apr. 33— 6 m. WASHINGTON, D. G. for Infants and Children. * 4 CastoriaisßD well adapted to children that I enrus rvonptipati.Yn, £ recommend it aa superior to any prescription I Sour Stomach, Diarrho'a, Kruciiitmn, • known to me.” H. A. M. If, I stet ‘ p * “ Ui I ' romo “* *“* 111 So. Oxford Bt, Brooklyn, N. Y. | Without mjuricus medication. Tus ClNTira Coarar.T, IS2 Fulton Street, N. Y. November 19, 1886—ly. j S. HAKIMS WiMSATT. \, (i. rill.KK. CUKA /' A. S* TUK CHEAPEST HilOH .IX THE PEST. WIMSATT vV HIILKK. 11KAI. ; ■ in LU M BER.BJM C KS,I JIM INN (11; \IE NT AND MAN 1 ’ l*’A< T( I; |-;i;> <. i Sash, Doors. Blinds, Mouldings. Brackets, Etc,, and Srickhonse Weatherboardinj, Y4RD and M1L1,,91b XTREIM’, S TV. March 25— f. H (MilNB royi 11. 4', Al'scclla u cou s . Id rev' ments. FRANK HUME (Jrocrr and hiijiior Dealer. No. 454 Poona. Ave., WASHINGTON, D C, : -- \1 ’ liod- 1‘,,,-ke.l and UelivCM'd Free ol Cbai’gf Jan. 39. tsr>7 —ly. NATIONAL HOTEL WASHINGTON. TL (J. __ ' t.frrgrsi SSoli! in the t i/ff. Sleniotfi ltd. Sit turn Hut!. .Vnr Cownuey Iterator. Price- fiom * :.o n M l-'f day, :u . ording : K> location ~l This Hob ! i- pie : : ■ 1 v local! d. and is eon ; veniciit to oil :-n.. nl D-p .ilmenl Safest ! I--: !in I ..tint) in ca*e --i fire, ' having six dill fu top Ho>m** o - pav- the door to all ) aits of Oily r 11 : nni : \' ,v t< •. Dee.-5 D>C-tl Prop's. “the m\mr i In :i 1* I; I 'mu tr IT. liiiuii!.-. u*l x.lii.’li "ill l.e .-••nl olt appli. tl Oft. up ul.t. 1. I.* ■ -.11 ’ t iff tiMuir < ;.1..ucl Portrait.-tl I) (ii/l, i y •- ('iirh < Kiiijlidi .1/ d,illti Company, Kit'ili Avonu Tlieatre, New York* No tigl.t rpera !.a? ever t-orr. i.r...tuc- O’l in tlie I'nite.i Suites tint In i-.l in i-, guiarity - flu* Mlka.le " I l.e I origin. -it romi-.'iny n> in t'.i- was 1 1-1 ulev Cam-'.- I ..fitish . selected tl ere I v O.ilberl and Snllivan andse.it tqll.is country. We have issued, for distribution to our pa trons who wit 1 send ns wruppeisus be low a series of seven cabinet |..rtrails ol these uriisis. in eluiraetar and .(.simile. I tin* finest | holographic gelatine work | ever ) reduced. Ito y comprise ; I. L. CEA6IN & CO., 119 S .Foiirlli St., Pliila. WIIOI ! AI i Al. t:\T-. Gl4 & 61G Feensyivania Ave.- Angus! go—ly. Washixi-tox, D. C. BOLTON BROS., 11..2 i. IX G hiss. Oils ,N Paints, (las anl Pie Ter* Oakum,Pitch,: Elaine, Coal ami Gasoline Oils, I.AMPS. SIGN.M. I.ANTKBN ..Vv. ac. I Engineers and Machinists BXJIPIPLirES, Beady fixed Mills, oils Pa Boiler Felt, Bell . No; V. . 3. batty '-tv.. . AC. s aiid si m;sT rniTT st„ BAI.Ti M< >Bi‘. April 30. l>s:--ly. THOM & WHITELEY, Bankers & Brokers, ' Cur. Gemum <V- Calvert Sts, P.O. CozlCO- BALTIMORE. MD l:t:t t:t: p.v i*i:i;missiox to Hon. S. 15. II ANTE, i ’ i*i*i i; M a l:t.ltoi:o', M t>. FRANKLIN HANK, 11 a lit Mont:. M vnv t.AXti. QyGorresih.ii.lo.n-c* Solicit..*.!. Drops}! Dropsy ! Dropsy!! Cure guaranteed in ill it- vati-.in I'.niih. No ojtetion. Eas ■ t ttcc. Hiindrc.U testify lo its sii;a*riif v. mb. and all wo ask is In gi'-* it a fair trial and In* *•■-mv in. - I -f ;l< value. Will sond om* nrenth I -■arei-Mit, prepared, to any iddrcss lot I • .1. K. \\ El I )N Eli, Wed Earl. Pct .i. HE 1..V1 KS 1' l I;A/E FOB I \DIKs Rlcgant Tortoise Sliell mid Silver it*pins, .—ample lots -*5 conls. Tin-; \m- V M'l 'i. ( n.. 1’.,.' it'*!>3. N-w Hav.-ii, Conn Aliscetla /icons Ad ids. N ( >T 1 ( ’ K; AT THE MANEFAt Tl ItING E.VI'AB- j I.I.SIIMEN 1. ; can bi\ leidy-tnade , litpiirrs, t>l t'*v*<■<. ;smi i ntlerwcar | for Ladies’ and < i,i 1,1 1 -n. <>r wc make them to order on one day’s inni.-c. ]icifeet til. gnaian j teed t-' lc-s ini-ia y 1 1,an * mi* Dies- I | for s !.l di <n a s|n-.*i.il !y. V- c so eirry a cotn ! jdclc line of DILI AND FA NCV GOODS. LADIES and GENTS IT BNIStIINGS, I J Elis FA S. G; lII.sKTS. ]l< ).*-! Ki; V.GL< >VES. ■ ETC .al prices that will allow no conqwti i lion. Be conviiict'd t*y calling al the MT’G ESTABLISHMENT, !)D4 7IL St . N W.. } M iy3U—ly- \V y-nixirrox, D. ('. I S. N. MEYER, Dunlins, Badges;; Danners !-r vi i i: !\ Millinery & Fancy Goods, Cold and Silver Triiiimiiip, !) i'2 till Sli col 10l .1. K, N. VV., $V ASUS ALTON. 1 I All Orders Ly Mail ] >roinj>11 y allondod to. ! May 13.-1 v. H. S. JOHNSON, MAX! I'AtTI IJT u 1 ! Saddles, Harness, Collars, BRIDLSiS aaid AVliipt, trunks, ,n;£s:.si.';.:;asv i<v:t IVniisv Ivaivia Avenue, It. nve. n L red <::h sn. N. W.. WAsIII N< ■'!’* D. C. May 13—ly. ESTABLISHED .8”. riii\ii: (.koii(;f;s \ktkks. | Ladies' and Sentlexsn's Dininr Room. SAM'S, tTiuf tPvdiangf, Cor Gill Nl tS. l*a. Ivc.. ;>A < . As-l. Ml! IM mi:. Mi} I-*’ iy. I i-quii l<o. Chac. Yardley Co., ilil'llll'ill McivllJilfS .]().; Ten!!/ St.. .V. IC. W •-.-!! i n- ,-*x. D. (’• f'V NsIGNMK\T' • : if• a I kind- ot j\J Country j ye* 3~r < -ilvc-. Hogs | Landis. >hivp. Poultry. Eggs. Butler, Fins. I Gantt. Fruits, Etc. W. gu n tntcc the liiglu st i marki I prices ■ ;*: !■■ products. I < tiiiek sale- ami prompt retain-. Advise hy | mail of ill shipn - n’- to ii.-nre j.ioiiiptiii— April' 39— ly . I ■■■ fLftnpffe WtW v Wjs WW 'V.'A UWIWkiWUWWI / 1 '';. : 11 > in rks on V ) tl:.- A.j ;• ’ . Am * M.tJ !•! ..** 10 < Vnls. ll.ir- IMM U si . 1:1.1 if ill p\rh i.AUiW •>> \\ ■ all ’ sit I I vi* jk• A. mil U know *vli.t* :> fln' L. >• sclionl of innnisers. What i te hlren that iliej ina\ go out i ! .*‘ woihi bn 1 nit n ;*.•! women “SHORT HINTS,” i*oi*(:ii:.' :iU'Wer ami will L m:i?lel fo uny add po t ’. *• po pud on receipt of pile*. 1. I CiJAGIN ,V CD.. March | f. Philaileiphia, Pa. is it; I’oi ty-soeoml 1 oar. issi HOME JOURNAL I -THE BEST TTTEBARV AND SOCIETY PAPER IN AMERICA. ’’ j I 1,,- leading departni’-nts in the HOME : JdI’BNAL comjni-e Eililoi i d- on Topics of | frcsti iittcres*. : tiiilliant Romances and Por- I traitnresof American Life ; Editorial Reviews i , f new events in the w. rid 01 Belles-Lettres. I Painting, Sculpture, Science, Music amt the Drama; • triginal L ■ - tuple Kxcrepls I from the he-i Ktir,|„ :i:i W rit, r- : spicy Let- I o-is from 1 -,MCspi,nd**iils in ,11 the great Cup ■it ,Is of tii World : The Kirs! Look at New i I!-, k- ; and racy accoinil-of -ay ing-. nappen- I in--, ami doings in tin* lle.fl Monde : einlnc i ii.g the very fo -hc-t ina!lei*s ol interest in this ; c.niiitiy and in L irope- tic whol * cnniplete , .y niiio-iinglliey.il ~n.l y, :-*lom. tic* huilloi ; and pall os. the nows .re Itl e parkling go ,-ip of tl. limes. TLILMS. FREE <*F I’DsTAt.E. I Thi lliivik Jot At., m* copy, one j eat.. $3 i - copies, one y-ar S 3 AM;,*-- MOBBIs I'llll FIPS A cd. Feb. .*:, if. . 3 Park Place. “new voi; 1v m IXf mm m mmii 21 N. Liberty Sreet, BALTIMORE. IgVRG KS!’STOCK uti'l Lfttcr j assortment than any lumse south of New York. I’iurgies from SSO up ;anl the Lest $75 ami SIOO Ihiegies in tin' Cnitetl States. Count ry tra<le a sjieeial tv. ami res] tOiily solieitcvl. A trial i< all 1 ask. H D. SCHMIDT, I’IIDPIHETOR | \ ...... , : .1* *. ■ 1.-: Ib'li-- o! ; ;l Mini!,it ii.ilUi'. Ft-h. I>. ls ; ly. P M- SMITH, Mm's & Boys' Fine Boots & Slides, . \ 'll. J/.; /•;. Cd ijeU e SI reel. t i snitiiD iit in IL! unniv of ;;ooi! vvni k lor < •fills util I •<i\. All si\ l sin Store .in !to iid* i- ure. | March i*s—ly. J*. U,uu tf* Co. 9 a Column. | I j TO THE FARMERS OH Picc Cm’s tanlv! 0 v ffe Call tar Attention to Our Different BRANDS OF Fertilizers. MANN’S 1 Pure Raw Bone Meal. Is made from IU TCHER BONES, which hare not been steamed or baked and con tains a larger percentage of AMMO NIA and BONE PHOSPHATE of Lime than anv other Bone, in the Market. PURITY GUAR ANTEED. MANN’S ?!!E£ DISSOLVES SONS DUST. Strictly Pure from Adulterations. MANN’S Potomac Ammoniated Super Phosphate. Composed, 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 offered at the LOWEST PRICE consistent w ith its high quality, its dryness and tine mechanical con dition makes it specially adapted for dril ling amt is recommended us being Promt. Permanent and Efficient. and is manufactured with great care under our personal supervision. SAMPLES AND PRICK LIST SENT ON APPLICATION. [Jyf AVe guarantee that we can furnish tin \se articles at a I smaller COST than they can be procur ed in other Cities. I*. MANN & CO. 207 7TH STREET, TST. W. WASHINGTON, 1). C. August 30—ly. | I J’. H. JhP! rip Jr. <t* Co’s Column. HEISKELLS ! COEN FERTILIZER A REQUISITE for CORN CROP, designed especially to supply what the nature of ibis Crop requires, absolutely free from cheap adul terations. Prompt, ell i live and permanent, ensuring large crops. HEISKELLS Potato Perlitizer, lids G1 AND is rich in Ammonia, Bone. Phosphate of Lime and P-lasli. Combines what the nature of the potato needs. Pro duces rapid and ctieelive results. Earlv ma turity, perfection of size, and the largest yields HEISKELLS T.i'i urn Fertiliser, SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. HEISKELL’S MIXTURE FDR GENERAL CROPS. HEISKELLS Ammoniated Dissolved Bone Super-Phosphate. FINE GROI N D ANIMAL RONE K AIN IT AND PLASTER. THE GILPIN, YS. Any Plow in the World. COLUMBIA CHILLED PLOWS. A hoy—a 1-Horse—a LiuLt Two-Horse Plow a Single-Shovel Plow and a Potato Dicker —all 5 tor $4 00. AI’ME, CHAMPION AND CASIIO ZEE JY BROWS POTATOES. •Select Northern Seed Slock—Early Rose, Iti’aiitv of Hebron, Dakota Red, Burbank and Peerless. APINffALL PolatG Plaater. With or without Fertilizer Attachment. Lays of, marks 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 and true lo name. SEED DATS and SEED CORN. Deere’s Double Rowed CORN PLANTER, yvith and without Fertilizer t*Attachment Jand Check Rower. One-Horse Corn Planters and Drills. Osborne's new Light Steel-Frame Binders, Light Independent Reapers. DyExamine Osborne's New Light Premium Mowers and Binders at our Store before placing your order The “Thomas” Latest Improved Hay-Ted der, the ‘•Thomas" Sulky Rake. Old Hickory Wagons. Another car-load just received. Funnies*, coinage and Honest ; endeared Andrew J.ick | son to tin* hearts of the American people— j Strength, durability and honest construction | arc the characteristics of (lie “Old Hickory” | Wagon. All sizes at d patterns. The l ilt' ID s! \V:i£OH tin AVheels. Write for a circular. ___ I IRON TURBINE WIND MILLS. BUCK EYE FORCE and CUCUMBER PUMPS. | K very thing for the Farm ami Harden. ilesi’i iptive catalogue of any of our goods and prices promptly furnished upon ap- i plication. j’ll.llHLLJi'iM, Agricultural U'arc/ionsc <£• Seed Store, OCI l.oiiiMiann Ave. and >|6 r. si., nr. iv., Between 9th and 10th Sts-, Centre Market and Hay scales, and Cor. 11. and Water street, IS. W WASHINGTON, D. C, April 1, 1887—ly. | Baltimore Advertisements. GOTTSOHALK & C 0.7 IMPORTERS AND DISTILLERS AND CURERS OF FINE WHISKIES, 46 &c 48 6 &c 8 LIGHT ST. BALDERSTON ST BALTIMORE Tvr~n April 22, 1885—Iv. GOOD AND PROfflM Ml FROM BALTIMORE. life, Bcrwaigei* 4 Ca, One-Price Clothiers, 10 & 12 E. Baltimore St NEAR CHARLES, direct attention to their unlimited and magnificent assortment of MEN’S, YOUTHS’, BOY’S and CHILDREN’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 Yon Men’s All Wool Suits $8 00 upwards Youths’ All Wool Suits $7 00 “ Boys’ All Wool Snits $6 00 Children’s all wool Suitssl SO “ Lite, Bernier 4 Co, CLOTHIERS TO ALL. April 15—3ni. Special Notice. L MEYER, No. 206 Hanover , St., near Pratt, Baltimore, Mil., is now offering a varied as sortment of Trimmed and Un trimed Hats, Bonnets, Millinery Trimmings, Flowers and Feathers, and a complete slock of Ladies' and Gents’ Furnishings, Fancy Goods, Notions, Worsted and Embroidered Silks, at prices to suit the times. Kid Gloves a Spe cialty. Entirely Now Styles of Stamping. Don’t fail to inspect his Stock before purchasing elsewhere. It will pay you. Apul 23 Ini. TOBACCO .. j (XT-ALL STYLES ON HAND. CF-SEND FOR PRICE LIST. JAMES BATES, Cor Pratt & President Streets, Aprils, 1887—ly. Bai.ti moke. FARM LOANS Pki: L’kxt. Secured by Fikst MorT -133 O (i.vons. Interest to Investors safe as Government Bonds. Interest payable Semi - Annually, at office or hank of mortgagee. 12 I years’ experience, and never lost a dollar for any customer. Best of references given as te ability, integrity and financial standing. Write us for circular giving reference and particus I lars. Lkikii.k, Fisuku & Co., Bankers Ag’t ! Abilene, Kan. Blanks and Hand Bills of all kinds printed at this office at low rates.