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THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER-UPPER MARLBOROUGH, MARYLAND, SEPTEMBER 2, 1887.
Miscellaneous AdverMnents. | Clear and Banks as Water, N ATT AN ft Crystal Discovery for the Hair. A PERFECTLY clear preparttou in* one bottle, as easily applied as water for re storing to gray hair its natural color and youth ful appearance to eradicate and prevent dand ruff, to promote the growth ot Ike hair and stop its falling out. Ills entirely harmless, and perfectly" tree from any poisonous sub stance and will, therefore, lake the place ot all tha dirty and unpleasant preparations now in use. Numerous testimonials have been sent us from our most prominent citizens. In things in which the articles now in use are ob jectionable. CRYSTAL DISCOVERY is per led. Uis warranted to contain neither Su gar of Lead, Sulphur or Nitrate of Silver, it: does not soil the clothes or scalp, is agreeably j period, and makes one of the best dressings j for the Hair in use. It restores the color ot the Hair more perfectly and uniformly than any other preparation, and always dot's so in from three to leu days, virtually feeding the roots oft he Hair with all the nourishing qnal lies necessaiy to its growth and healthy con dition ; it restores the decayed and induces a new gowthof the Hair more positively than anything else" The application of this won derful discovery also produces a pleasant and cooling cited on the scalp and gives the Hair a pleasing and elegant appearance. (’all 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 NAITAVS. Inventor and Proprietor, Washington. i).C. [jj-Tu be had in Upper Marlbotongb of William H. Harper,and Druggists and dealers generally. Wholesale of .1. .1. Thompson and iluti, lire’s & (’o.. Baltimore ; Scott Cromwell Jfc Co., Washington. October 15—if. ZEVEIRzY FARMER! WHO WISHES TO PRODUCE A LARGE CROB and permanently ENRICHhisIaAND SHOULD USE A Pure Rone Fertilizer, AND Such a FERTILIZER la non Ollcrcd You in the Old Established LISTER’S PUKE BONE Wheat, Tobacco, Corn, Oats and Grass and Gen eral Application. your address for FARMERS COMPANION and REFERENCE BOOK, and copy of “AGRICULTURAL PRO GRESS” containing useful infor mation and directions, analysis and testimonials. FOR SALE RV J. BURNGS WILSON, Westwood, Maryland, K E. BADEN, Horse Head, Maryland, CLARENCE HALL. Upper Matlboro’, Maryland. LISTER’S Agricultural Chemical WORKS, Newark, - - N. J. 54-58 BUCHANANS WHARF, BALTIMORE, MD. Sep. :J, l.sß6—Cm. 8.8. EARBHAW & BR0“ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN AND Liquor Dealers, Cor. Eleventh and M Streets S. E. (Gaddis* Old Stand,) WASHINGTON, D. C. HAY INC greatly enlarged our business by securing two large Warehouses for stor ing the immense Stock of hoods that we are compelled to cary to supply the extraordinary increase in our slrado, we will say, that we are now prepared to meet all demands for goods in our line at prices that Jwill satisfy all buyers. We are large receivers of Flour and Grain from the West. Groceries and Liquors from first hands, and w ith the experience of twenty-live years in the business we can safe ly promise our friends that we w ill meet their expectations. Remember our famous Brands of Flour. “WHITE AND GOLD,"Fancy Minn Patent “TKY’PHKN A"—Winter Patent. “DRUSILLA"—.St. Louis “ “OUR SECRET"—Choice •* ‘•SUN BEAM" —A Choice Family, and any other lower grades of good quality, hut remember the brands mentioned never fail to give satisfaction —every barrel warrant ed. Goods packed and delivered to transporta tion companies free of charge. Buists" celebrated Garden Seeds in large as sortmenls. B. B. Earnshaw, Bro. Cor 11 tli and M Sts. S, L WASHINGTON, D. C. August 27, 1886-ly. WT A'M r TL'IV' 11 a< ‘" v,i ■•'" l re \ V J\ IN JL Hi LJ liable person to rep resent a LIFE INSURANCE CO. Liberal terms and arrangements. Address with re ferences, NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASsN, 142(1 F. Si., Washitat >u, 1). C- Miscellaneous Adr's. THE STAR A, Newspaper supporting Hie Principles of a Democnatic Administration.; Published in the City of New York. WILLIAM DOIISIIEIMEK, Editor and Proprietor. Dally. Sunday, and Weekly Edifions. THE WEEKLY STAR, A ®ixtcon-page Newspaper, issued every Wednesday. * dean, pure, bright ami Interesting FAMILY PAPER. t contains the latest news, down to the hour ot < oing to press : gricultural, Market, Fashion, Household, Political, Financial and Commercial, Poetical, Humorous and Editorial Departments, all under the direction of trained Journalists of the highest ability. Us sixteen pages will be found crowded with good things from beginning to end. ... . , „„, Original stories by distinguished American ami foreign writers of fiction. THE DAILY STAR, The D aily Star contains all the news of the day in an attractive form. Its special correspond* nee bv cable from London, Paris, \ icmia aiul Dunlin is a commendable feature. At Washington. Albany, and other news centers, the ablest corn spoinieiits. specially retained bv the The Star, furnish the latest news by'telegraph. ; Its literary features are unsurpassed. The Financial and Market lie' lews are nnnsual.3* f Speeinl tei’ins and extraordinary Induce ment* to agents and canvassers. Send for circulars. TERMS OF THE WEEKLY STAR to Sm- K r.ißEits, FI’.EK of rosTAiiE in tlie I mted stales and Canada, outside the limits of New York City ; *1 Per year t, Clubs of Ten - i” 1- no Clubs of Fifteen (and one extra to organizer).. to on TERMS OF THE DAILY STAR to Svb sciubebs : Every dav for one year (including Sunday) s7 CO Daily, without Sunday, one year Every dav. six mouths “ 5” Daily, without Sunday, six months - - o no Address. THE Ss’Y AU. 86 and 38 North William St., New York. ®l)c ittolkr COvflmt- One Uniform Price. •p* CD T® - p Tie Moller Oriaii CIOMES before the public this year with t NEW ami VALUABLE IMPROVE MENTS, making it BETTER. FIXER and 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 at e 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 ns in the sale of the Moller Organ’ We retail ami wholesale direct from Factory < >rgans $25 and upwards, Pianos SSO and upwards. DyUalalogues sent free. Address, M. P. MOLLER, Manufacturer of Pipe A Reed Organs, Fei. 26—6 m. HAGERSTOWN, Mt> MARBLEINE. A SUBSTITUTE FOR PAINT, WA1.1,-PA PER. WHITEWASH, AG., 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 tip only in sealed packages—l pint, pint, quarts, galious iocts., gocts., loots., $1.50 per can. Price's Pavement Paint, for Coaling Pavements, Brick Walks, Healths, Ac., with a bright red that will not rub oft'. To be mixed with water and easily applied with an old broom. Put up dry in 2lb and 41b packages at loots, and (foots, per package PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, AC., AC. Our goods are Hie best. Do not accept sub * slitutes that pay dealers greater profits. See that our name ison each package. For sale by paint dealers, grocers, -ve. Ac, and by WILLIAM B. PRICE A CO., MAMFACTI ULKS, 225 W. PRATT ST., BALTIMORE. K?” Sample cards and circulars free on appli -1 cation. June 12, ISBs—ly Gold Jewelry by Mail: Official Badges and Emblems for K. of L. of I’., I. O. O. F., Masonic and Temperance or -1 dets ; also all kinds of Jewelry fot Ladies and gentlemen—Pins, Rings, Ear Drops, Chains, etc., Finely finished in Gold and (odd Plate. I Piices by mail, 25c to $1- Less than halt ) store prices. We want agents in every town. Liberal discounts As to reliability, reference given in nearly every State of actual purchas ers. C. K. STREETER, Attleboro, Mass. * J. H. MKDAIIiV. CKO. I!. MI.DAIItY ' J. H. Medairy & Co., LiUmiraptes, Printers. ; BißEllEKiffliTllfflS North Howard St., BALTIBOKU, II I | Blank Books made to Order | in any style. K7“Ma. Wkimy H. Coi.ton is connected with this house. July 17, ’s6 ly. James 6. Bowen, Livery Hiring. Hack SALE cii- STABLES I P* 1 rk ctli and “7 111 | Avouuf, Streets, bftween ” N. \V. WASHINGTON, 1). C. i Transient Horses Carefully attended to. April IS, 1884—6 m fTHfinn REWARD 11® 1 II I I I I I Blind, Itrhinc, or Uleer&i.nl l|lllllll l*lle that l> Ilin*'N I'll* ■■■■■■ ■ Kmii il v fails to cure Om*s H n M ■ ■ ■ I immediate f, curt-s c&fj 'llllllll| (f ioI1 K HAllding 1W” k, ■I I ■ ■ ■ I I I ■ and ordinary (A-et m 2 da}'. Ul II Uv CAUTION tzwx * n thick a file of gums* unit M ilfer* signature, /'Ai/<. J* I a buttle. Sold tuTalldr bent by u.ail by J.T Mn.i.tH.M. U % * £ ,*Sv. tur, '1 uutb Ai w U la., IWtU., OH AKLICS WINTERNITZ <Sr SONS, dealers in Bar, Band, Hoop, Angie and Horse Shoe Iron and Horse Shoe IVails, Cast Tool, Spring, Tiro, Macliinery and Toe Steel,| Anvils, I‘i-IImv?. Klowers, Fonr.-.-. Mir. 1 hit dors. Drill \ is.'?. Stock-; und ’ 1 lies. Mandrills. Hamm. t>. Sledge?, Files. Ka>].s. (':irri:i?’ and Tiiv Lolls, and all kinds of Sniitli’s Tool-'. St.ok.'S,! 1 itLs.Kims, Shafts, and all kinds of Wagon and ( arriagv Maker's Material Also keep on hand all kinds of second hand KLAt'KSMITH TOOLS—useful old iron. Second hand Machinery Bought and sold. AW are sole Agents of Hoyt's Cork Horse Sho, i’ad. further information call on or write lu our address as above. New Nos. 319 and32l W Pratt Street het. Howard A Kuhnv Sts. j Old Number kW'.'. ISalliniorc, Al*l. j April 22-—aim. for consumption, asthma, dyspepsia, ca- SrARKEY - TARRH, HAY FEVER, HEADACHE, DEBILITY, AND RALEN fj/t - RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, ,tnd alt Chronic have the liberty to *• V* t - ,ind.\,r. us Disorders. refer (in proof of their \ standing as Physicians) “COMPOUND OXYGEN” being taken into to the following-named well- Q O . the-ystem, lh.* Hrain, Spinal Marrow, and the known persons, who have trio! I\vrvc-G.tng!ia—“ Nervous Centres ’’—are their Treatment: Hon. William * n.niri'-hct I and made mere active. 'lhus D. Kelley, Member of C 'P.grc'%, Phila. : _ lh F i.ntain Head of all activity, Kev. Victor L. Conrad, Editor Lutheran p v both mental and physical, is rc- Obscrvcr, Phila.: Rev. Chas. W Cushing, "Cfc stored to a state of integrity, Lockport, N. V. : Hon. William Penn Nixon, Ed- and the nervous system, itor Inter-Ocean, Chicago, 111.: Judge H. P. Vroomsn, x Tr\ the organs, and the (Juenemo, Kan., & thousands of ot'aers in every part of the world. \ I muscles all act "COMPOUND OXYGEN — ITS MODE OF ACTION more kindly AND RESULTS" is the title of a book of two hundred pages. y fl I f asvl c “ l ' published by Drs. Starkey and Palcn, which gives to all imp; rers kZ, c:e:.tiy full information as to this remaikable curative aecnt an.l a record of uiipri’.mg cures in a wide range of chronic cases—many of them utter being aland !10 1110 by Ol!:?r J-. y H'l.ins. It will be mailed free to any address on application. Drs. STARKEY & PALEN, 1527-1529 Arch St, Phila., Pa. coalT COAL! WALTER lE£. MABLOW, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX COAL AND WOOD. MAIN OFFICE AND YARD : Corner Kighth and [5 Streets, S. W BRANCH OFFICE AND YARD ; No. ‘2\ii A. Street, N. K., Capital Hill Coal Hopot (on R. & P. R. R.) Cor. \ u. A Del. Avi s.. S. \\. WASHINGTON, 1). C. ANTHRACITE, CAMEL, SPLINT and BITUMINOUS COALS received iliroct from the MINES tiiid shipped on ximill imirmti U> all points on the B. & P. Road, AugH'i Si. !Kmi; iv COAL! WOOD!) BUY Joluison Brothers, Wharves and EailroaS Yard; Tieiftl aud Waler Streets Sonllivcst nm im m omts: 1202 F Street Northwest, loloSeventh Street Northwest, 1710 Pennsylvania Avenue Nortwest, 1112 Ninth St. Northwest, Cor. 3rd and K Sts. N. VC., 221 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E. Largest Private Railroad Yard south of New York ; also Exten sive Wharves giving unsurpassed facilities for the economic handling of FUEL of all kinds. Coal delivered on Cars direct from Mines into our 7 ard. 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 Fuel can be furnished. July 2ft, 1886—ly. j 'pO I yio\i;v TO LOW ]\ JONK V to loan on good Farms in llii- IVL comity, viz., ssllO, ssoii, $ I.(Hjo, $2,500. : st.oon, $:,.n(.0. Also slOU.ooo to loan in largo | or small Minis for 5 wars or a abort, r i i’iio.t. THOMAS HILL, I'ayi’tti’ ,v S’. Caul Ms, March 11 dm. Ballimoi.'. Mil J. ELI HUNTT, UHTD33H.TAKEII, T i>. I‘i.i.m k (Uai. (Vi.. Ml>. KKKI’S cor.staiitly on hand a full line of IT NEKAI. SUITLIKS. Will all.nil funerals at the shortest uotiee, and in best of style. Embalming attended to when desired, charges moderate. Tliankf.il lor cast latoi-Sj 1 s,.licit a continuance. Jan. 21. I>>7 — I v-* Tenant II ‘anted, \l; 0011 IXDUs'I Kiols TENANT, with labor in bis own f.iinilv wauled to wm k in \ faun near Halt's SI at ion, dm ing tin* \**ai 18S-. NORMAN BEi;l*.\ . WAGNER’S GREEN HOUSE RE ST si UR A V7 ISS A 100 11 ■ Brail St., BALTIMORE an 1, ls.s6—(mi* IMH;iIS\ ,V IRUIMh IMB OB TERS ASB HE A f. BBS / Y lliinhiiiif ami Cullen’, i Cor. P r att aiul Li:ht Sts.. I'. isv.—ls. HAUTIMOKK. ft MAN !!;vY;..!r'’'7C.l!,..salary TO SIOO , Miscellaneous .hirer menfs ■ |' - - I ?* . i 7* : a ■Y • ; s ■ $ • i = ? 50 I Z V# S _ r Furniture - k Co V- , Q I I • 5. jw ? = | , H = PS ' I I ’ r a „ <S J T Cottingham & Co, OEAI.KBS IN ALL Fanil Implements, FIELD and GARDEH SEEDS. HorticnUnral Pools, Etc. AGESTS FOR THE Great WEBSTEK Wagon. **&~S/)eei<(l In da com en Is for Bonn ers Basin ess. 62 LIGHT STREET (Sit chiir.s OKI St:iDl.) Jan. 22, mi- ly. R4I.TIHIORE. $i l;J WEEKLS. Tin* C>l .ICE G AZKT'TE willin' mailed seemeK ia|.|s’d, to any address in tlie Uni led Sial.-s for llnee inonllis on reee|l of OJN G DOXjljAK l.iberai diseoil lit allowed to (tostmasleis af.-nts and elnli.s. Sample nqiies mailed free Address all orders to RICHARD K. FOX, Fua.nki.i.n Syl AUK, N. V. TO THE PUBLIC! HAVING enlarge.! my place, of onsiiiess have now on hand in connect on w ith my 1.1 MBEK, EKED, GIiASS and GARDEN SEED a full line of AGHICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, WIRE FENCING. AND HARNESS OF ALL KINDS ft 7" I’lease.-a’l and examine my stock ami learn prices before purchasing elsewhere. J T. CAMPBELL, 1301 Mill st., s. K. l lnv |,U T to lie made. Cut tins V ’I Jb L out and return to ns, and we will send yon tree, something of great val ue and importance to you, that will start yon in business which will bring you in more mon ey right away Ilian any thing else in the world. Any one can do this work and live at home.— Either -ex : all ages. Son.eling new, that ‘list coin.-' money for all workers, \\c will start yon ; capital not needed. This is one of Ihe genuine, impound i lian. es of a lift lime. Those who are ambitions and enterprising will not delay. Grand onllil free. Address Tltl'K A ( Augusta, Maine. L. HEILBKUN’S The Large*! aiul lle.t( One Price Shoe House, No 402 Seventh Street, IU.I s’/// SOTOS. U C. Look for The Old Lady in the Window Working Classes YYYY; ; pan’ll to furnish all classes with ainployment at I |„,nu>, the whole of the lime, m lor their spare line ' meets. Itusiness new. ligt and prnlitalile. Persons of ciiluT m*\ t*a>ilv earn from-"iO rents to ier evening, ami a |r|Hrtional sum by devoting all ttieir time flit* business. |<\s and girls earn nearly a'niiieb as men. That all who see this may send t(idi address, and test the liiisities**. we make this oi ler To such as aie not well satisfied we will send one dollut to |.a\ li the lioutde ot writing. Full paititular' and outfit tree. Address 15kougk STi>- son X Uo., Portland, Maine 1887. LOOK! LUMBER! 0 To Carpenters and Parties who are going to Build or Repair: We deal in all kind* and sorts cd' Material. Oar lads cover everything. We are makiiu; low rates lor tlie cash Trade, ever before Las t Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds been so b>w at WHJiKT .V lilliliKVS, the popular t'ash Sale Lumber and HuilJinj.' Material Merchants. Me are thp pint; la-"e (|iiantitiosol‘ Material from the city daily. Onr sales nave exceeded those of previous years, and th cy uiusl nn tinue. Onr Material must keeji innvinj;. We have cut and ate si• 11 cut I in" on all Material—nmkiiio specialties of all Hoaids Sash, Moors, Hl'nds and Shingles, which we are sellin<r at cut rate prices. We are selling Bright, Yellow Pine Hoards, Beautiful, any length desired $1.25 way down in prico, wliioh is une of onr specialities. He sure to Bee that your estimate eomes to us if you want a low Bid. ftjp- VII Letters of inquiry will receive protii|it attention.—Keiiieinhei name ami place. WILLET & LlltltEV, Sixth St. and New York Are., ,s. WASHINGTON. D. G. Miscellaneous Ai/’rts. ISB7. Hirp3f’s Magazine. 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I’atcnt Otlice, and we can obtain Patents in less time titan those remote from WASHINGTON. Send MODEL OR DRAWING. We ad vise as to patentability free of charge : and wc make NO CHARGE UN LESS WE OBTAIN PATENT. We refer, here, to tlie Poslmaslet, ll.t* Sup’, of Money Order Div., and toolihiils d ihe IT. S. Patent Otlice. For citcular, advice, lei ms, and referea.ies to actual clients in join ow n Stale or county, w rite to i\\. *\OU A; CO., Opposite Patent Office, Washington, I September 17, lSt-6—U. S2O IMPORTANT TO FARMERS! J2O. I A RICH NATURAL GUANO! ' Recently Discovered in a Tropical island. CHEAP. PROMPT. DURABLE. O-XJASANTEED TO 1 BONE PHOSPHATE LIME From 45 per Cent Up. HIGH IN VALUE 1 LOW IN PRICE! HTDRILLS WELL and HELPS the LAND at ONCE. Order Early. Send for Circulars. CARTB GUANO CO., Room 0 33 S. GAY ST., - - Baltimore. March IS—3m. FiiHMERS! Inrroa.se your EOT. PUODUCTION and keep your poultry healthy bv feeding thorn with MYERS’ CHICK-CHI CK-ER-RE-KEE. (EGG FOOD FOR POULTRY AND PIGEONS.) It is the host article in the world for all kinds of poultry and pigeons. It is no medicins But is a preventive oj disease, and snvigoratur lor making egg-shells, and for keeping all poultry in a heallkvcoudiUou. H until contains irhal nature demands, and poultry should hate it. It will make the hens lay ofteher, and of a superior quality. Beeping longer from spoiling, Young chickens will mature at an earlier age ami make a bettor quality of llesh and not subject to disease The givat drawback iu keeping fowls in condition, k the want ol carbon for forming the shell, also a condiment forkeeplngtheblrds In health , '■ and making their plumage look nice; by using ' CHICK-CHICK-EB-RE-KEE You will find the benetlt derived from its use. CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE.KEE Is made hv a secret process only known to the manufacturer. The combination of ihedillcrent ingredieuts is so concentrated that tne chickens or pigeons will cat it. 10 and 30 cents per Box. Trade Mark registered, February 2tth, 1885. Patented iu the United States, July 7th, 1885. Patented in Canada, i Hstobcr 9th, 1885. If your storekeeper does not sell it, send One Dollar and I will ship a twenty-pound l*>\. S. S. MYERS, Patentee, 629 N. Front St., Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. Patented Iti Great Britain, July 7th. 1885. Stale -4 for sale to responsible parlle*. WEBSTER WAGON COMPANY gr~—ls closing out its business and has on hand a fine stock of I over 4000! V/ 1 Of their Celebrated Truss Axle Wagons S Y me* •" f* K -i lit -of all stylos and sizes, which will be sold FARM WAGONS ™ Miiam NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AT A BOTTOM PRICE, A Wagon made from West Virginia Oak, Hickory, and Poplar, the best quality pro curable, and superior in every particular to inferior grades now on the market. Embrace tli > opportunity and save money. All Wagons arc warranted ibr one year. Our farewell offer. WEBSTER WAGON CO., Write for prices and terms. MOUNDSVILLE, Marsha” Co., W. Va. December 01, —i!m.