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THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER-UPPER MARLBOROUGH, MARYLAND, SEPTEMBER 9, 1887.
Miscellaneous Adver’merits. ■ Clear and Harmless as Water, NATTAiVS Crystal Discovery for the Hair, A PERFECTLY clear prepartiou in one bottle, as easily applied as water for re storin'* to gray hair its natural color and youth ful appearance to eradicate and prevent dand ruft to promote the growth ot lire hair and stop its falling out. It is entirely harmless, and perfectly free from any poisonous sub stance and will, therefore, take the place ol all tha dirty and unpleasant prepaiations 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 jeclionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY is per fect. Uis warranted to contain neither Su gar of Lead, Sulphur or Nitrate ot Silver, it 7loes not soil the clothes or scalp, is agreeably perfod. and makes one of the best dressings for the Hair in use. It restores the color of tha Hair more perfectly and uniformly than any other prepgration, and always does so in from three to ten days, virtually feeding the roots ofthe Hair with all the nourishing qual ties necessary to its growth and healthy con dition : it restores the decayed and induces a new gowth of the Hair more positively than anything else - The application of this won derful discovery also produces a pleasant and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair a pleasing and elegant appearance. Call at your druggist for it and take no oth er. If he’has not got it let him order it. Price $1 i<er bottle. V ARTHUR NAT TANS, Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D.C. 07“ To lie had in Upper Marlborough of William H. Harper, and Druggists and dealers generall>. W holesale of J. .1. Thompson and Mirth Bro's & Co.. Baltimore ; Scott Cromwell & Co., Washington. Octolier 1-s—lf. EVERY FARMER! WHO WISHES TO PRODUCE A LARGE CROP AND PERMANENTLY ENRICH his LAND SHOULD USE A Pure Bone Fertilizer. AND Such a FERTILIZER is now Ottered You In the Old Established LISTER’S ■“PUKE BONE Wheat, Tobacco, Corn,' Oats and Grass and Gen eral Application. d 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 BY J. BURNES WILSON, Westwood, Maryland, R. 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, 1886—Cm. B. B. EARSHAW & 880. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS FLOUR, FEED, AND Liquor Dealers, Cor. Eleventh and M Streets S. E, (Gaddis’ Old Stand,) WASHINGTON, D. C. HAVING greatly enlarged our business hy securing two large Warehouses for stor ing the immense Stock of Goods that we are compelled to cary to supply the extraordinary increase in our strade, we will say, that wi 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 Grain (rom the West. Groceries and Liquors from first hands, and w ith tire experience ol twenty-five years in tire business we can safe ly promise our friends that we will meet their expectations. Remember our famous Brands of Flour. “WHITE AND GOLD,’’Fancy Minn Palenl “TRYPUENA" —Winter Patent. “DRUSILLA” —iSt. 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 warr ant ed. Goods packed and delivered to transporta tion companies free of charge. Buists’ celebrated Garden Seeds in large as sortmenLs. E. B. 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One Mori Pries. “ > S c es s z. cr IVwwwaßSl The Holler Oriai COMES before tbe public this year with NEW and VALUABLE IMPROVE MENTS, making it BETTER, FINER and MOKE VALUABLE than ever before. An examination of its merits will convince yon that it is the FINEST ORGAN of to-day.— They are incomparable in workmanship and matchless in tone. The prices ai 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 us in the sale of the Moller Organ - We retail and wholesale direct from Factory Organs $25 and upwards. Pianos SSO and upwards.— Qy Catalogues sent free. Address, M. P. MOLLER, Manufacturer of Pipe & Reed Organs, Feb 20—(ini. HAGERSTOWN, Ml) MARBLEINE. A SUBSTITUTE FOR PAINT, WALL-PA PER, WHITEWASH, AC., on inside and outside surfaces. As cheap as whitewash and as durable as paint. Is disin feeling. Ready for use when mixed with wa ter. 20 beautiful tints. Anyone can apply ti. Put up in till) packages at Sets, per lb. RICE’S FLOOR STAIN WALNUT, OAK, CHERRY. PERFECT IMITATIONS! Anyone can apply them. Put up only in sealed packages—£ pint, pint, quarts, gallons 15cts., 25cts., -I•Yets., $1.50 per can. Price’s Pavement Paint, for Coating Pavements, Brick Walks, Hearths, Ac., with a bright red that will not rub oft’. To he mixed with water and easily applied with an old broom. Put up dry in 21b and 41b packages at 1-Ycts. and Hoots, per package PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, AC., AC. Our goods are the best. L> not accept sub stitutes that pay dealers greater protits. See that our name isou each package. For sale by paint dealers, grocers, Ac, Ar, and by VILUiX B. PRICE 4 CO.. MANUFACTURERS, 245 W. PRATT 3T., BALTIMORE. DySample cards and circulars free on appli cation. June 12, ISSo—ly Gold Jewelry by Mail: Official Badges and Emblems for K. of L. of P., I. O. O. F., Masonic and Temperance or ders ; also all kinds of Jewelry for Ladies and gentlemen —Pins, Rings, Ear Drops, Chains, etc., Finely finished in Gold and Gold Plate. Pi ices by mail. 25c to sl. Less than hall 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. MEDAIKY. OK. li. MKDAIItY J. H. Medairy & Co., Litinrapkers, Printers, BOOKSELLtftSaSTATIOSERS North Howard St., i BALTIMORE, ITID; , Blank Books made to Order in any style. DyMa. Wkii.kv 11. Coi.to.v is connected with this house. July IT, 'S<s—ly. James C, Bowen, Livery Hiring. Hack SALK iSTABLES Aew Tort 6th an< * 7t ** £tw"; s i re w!’ , ! WASHINGTON. I). C. . Transient Horn™ Carefully attended to. April 18, 1884—6 m Kemedy f*iltocure. Give* immediate relief, cur* cJtaea of long standing in I e~k, and ordinary raw** in 3 days. CAUTION ZSJZSZ l . .ildruvi.U. tk-nt l.f mail h> J P Mil I m,M D.. i Arch hu, PtuteU. “CHARLES WINTERNITZ & SONS, DEALERS IN Bar, Band, Hoop, Angle and Horse Shoe Iron and Horse Shoe Nails, Cast Tool, Spring, Tire, Machinery and Toe Steel, Anvils, Billows, Blowers. Forge-. Tire B.eiuleiv. Drill Presses. Vises, Stocks and Die?. .Mandrill?. Hammers. Sledges, Kilos, Wa?p?, arriage and Tiro Bolt?, and all kinds ol' Smith's Tool?. Spokes.liuhs.liims. Shafts, and all kinds of Wagon and ( arriage Maker’s .Material 1 ' B@„bhl iron and Metals bought for Cash or taken in Trade. Also keep on hand all kinds of second hand BLACKSMITH TOOLS—-useful old Iron. Second hand Machinery bought and sold. We are sole Agents of Hoyt’s Cork Horse Shoe Path BOL.For further information call on or write to otir addn-ss as above. New Nos. 319 and32lW Pratt Street bet. Howard it Entaw Sts. Old Number 27ft. BaMimorc, Mil. April 22—dm. &UO FOR CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA, CA STARKEY - -- TARRH, HAY FEVER. HEADACHE, DEBILITY, AND PALEN ' OR A,, RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA, and all Chronic have the liberty to and Screens Disorders. refer (in proof of their . . standing as Physicians) “COMPOUND OXYGEN ’ being taken into lo the following named well- the -y-tem. the Brain, Spinal Marrow, and the known person- who have tried ka- Nervr-C.anglia—“Nervous Centres are their Treatment: Hon. William ' \ nour'-lied and made more active. Thus D. Kelley, Member of Congress. Phila.: . the F--.tn.dn Head of all activity, Rev. Victor L. Conrad. Editor Lutheran N f> DCf v. both m -ntaland physical, is rc- Ohscrver, Phila.; Rev. Chas. W. Cushing, *— £ \ storedtoastateofintegnty. Lockport. N. V ; Hon. William Penn Nixon, Fai- ..nd the nervous system, itor Inter-Ocean. Chicago. 111.; Judge H. P. Vrooman, Trx the organs, and the (jueneino, Kan., & thousands of others in even* part of the work:. f ka muscles alt act “ COMPOUND OXYGEN-ITS MODE OF ACTION AND RESULTS - ’ is the title of a book of two hundred pages, f (111 ,ij published by Drs. Starkey and Palen, which gives to all inquirer- - u . cu.nny full information as to this remarkable curative agent and a record of surprising . . cures in a wide range of chronic cases—many of them after being abandoned lo d:c by otaer phys.cians. It will be mailed free to any address on application. Drs. STARKEY & PALEN, 1527-1529 Arch St, Phila., Pa. COAL,! COAL,! ■WALTER H. JcLAcTLLOW, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER LV COAL AND WOOD. MAIN OFFICE AND YARD : Corner Eighth and 15 Streets, S. AN BRANCH OFFICE AND YARD : No. 21(5 A. Street, N. E., Capital Hill Coal Depot (on B. !P. R. R.) Cor. \ a. A Del. Aves., S. \\. WASHINGTON, 1). C. ANTHRACITE, CAMEL, SPLINT and BITUMINOUS COALS received direct from the MINES and shipped on small margin to all points on the B. &P. Road, August L’T. 1 —ly COAL! WOOD!i BUY FE/OM Johnson Brothers, Wharves aiiS Railroafl. Yard: Twelfth and Water Streets Uoniliwesi BPincE mu m arncss i 1202 F Street Northwest, lo!sSeventh Street Northwest, 1740 Pennsylvania Avenue Nortwcst, 1112 Ninth St. Northwest, Cor. 3rd and K Sts. N. W., 221 Pennsylvania Ave. S. K. Largest Private Railroad Yard soul it 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 Yard, We deal in best qualities of ANTHRACITE and BITUMI NOUS COAL. All kinds of WOOD, either in stick or prepared 10 order at our Factory. CLEAN COAL. FULL WEIGHT and MEASURE, prompt de lineries, and prices as low as Fuel can bo furnished. July it:!, ISB7—ly. tJ pp*iid32LlGHT |H ■Si HbM MHE¥ TO LOAM MOVEV l loan <m (fooil Farms in tlti? county, viz., ssiKt. SH), sl,'KJ*), . 1 !jk|,(MH), $5,000. AlsU to loan in laivc ! or small sums for 5 years or a shorter i*rioil. 1 HUMAN 1111.1.. Fayette V - St. Paul Sts. March 11 :!m. " UaUinioic. M.l J. ELI HUNTT, undehtakeh, T 15, I’uiN'i t: Gun. Co.. Ml>. KEEPS constantly on haml a full line of FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Will altui.l funerals at the shortest notice, and in best of style. Embalmiui; attended to wbui desired. Cbarues moderate. Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a continuance. Jan. 21. 1887—ly.* Tenant II 'anled, A' noon INDUSTRIOUS TENANT, with labor in bis own family wanted to work |my farm near Hall's Station, aiminti the jeai le:??. 1 NORMAN BERRY . . WAGNER’S GREEN HOUSE RE STA IRAN 1 18S cj- too IU Pratt St., BALTIMORE an 1. 1886—<'*m \\HU;S(I\ A IHKIWD. IMPORTERS I N l> HEALERS /.V lanhvare anil Cullin', % Cor. P r att and Light Sts., s.*pt. IS, 1?.?: iy. BALTIMORE. WANTEDI lUUUAUbivU?;/:;:^ A MANlluxerJuKelh''aV-.!!;; aLARY ! .Miscellaneous Adver ments ; r ‘ i i.-x u - ? i m • e = ' • t '5 1 I ; % Z v# Furniture n; W 4 3c Bs. ni | |k I 2 I , H - ' i I : f 3 . kvj C 0 > Y C 5 J T Cottingham & Co, DEALERS IN ALL Fanil Imvlemenis, niXII anti (. IRIIKY SEEDS. Horticaltnral Fools, Etc. AGENTS FOR THE (Treat WEBSTER Wagon. Special Inducements for Form ers Bustn ess. G 2 LIGHT STREET (Sinclair,s Old Stand.) Jan. 22, 86-ly. BALTIMORE. $1 IS WEEKS. The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed securely wrapped, to any address in the Uni n-d Stai.-s for three months on recepl of OICE DOTitiAXl- Liberai diseonnl allowed to (kvstmasters I'.enls and clubs. Sample copies mailed free Address all orders to RICHARD K. FOX, FItA.NKI.IN Syt'AlllC, N. V. TO THE PUBLIC! HA VING enlarged my place of ous’tness have now on band in connect on with my LI MBF.It. FEED, GRASS and GARDEN SEED a full line of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, WIRE FENCING. AND HARNESS OF ALL KINDS OTT”Please call and examine my stock and learn piices bet. c purchasing elsewhere. J T. CAMPBELL, 1304 11th St., S. E. \,| /\VT 1 A \’ r to Im l made. Gut this lV_Lv_yl.Y X’i X out and return to us, and we will send you free, something of great val ue and ini(M)rtanee lo yon, that will start yon j in business which will brine you in more inon ! ey right away than anything else in the woild. Any one can do this work and live at home. — I Either sex : all ages. Son.ellng new, that 'list coins money for all workers. We will j start yon i capital not needed. This is one ol ihe genuine, ini|ioi taMt dilutees of a lifetime. Those w ho are ambitious and enterprising will I not delay. Grand outfit free. Address Till - k 1 A Go.. Augusta, Maine. UHEItBRUFS Tin* Largr’il and Bexl One Price Shoe House, No 402 Seventh Street, lU.t?///.VG7’O.V, I) G. Look for The Old Lady in the Window Working Classes I.moii to furnish all classes with aiuy.loynieut at Inline, the whole of the time, or lor their spare mo ' nienls. Ila-iness new , ligi an.l profitable. Persons ~i eiilier -e\ easily earn I'rnin "St cents to si.ViMi y.er evening and a proportional sum bv devoting all their time the business. Bovs and girls earn nearly i-inin'h as men That all who see Ibis nuK send lin n address, and lest the business, we make Ibis ot ter To -n.-li as ale not well satislied we will send 1 one doilai In pav no the tioiilde of writing. Full particulars and oiittit tree Address rtEOKtIE Stix ' sox' vV Co., Portland, Maine LOOK! LUMBER! Lumber! To Carpenters and Parties who are going to Bnild or Repair: We deal in all kinds and sorts of Material. Our bids cover everythin:*. M e are making low rates lor the cash Trade, before has Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds been so low at M ILLET & LIBBEY'S, the popular ('ash Sale Lumber and Building Material Merchants. ,M e are ship pin*; la-ge quantities of Material from the city daily. Our sales have exceeded those ot previous years, and th cy must ei n tinue. Our Material must keep moving. We have cut and are still cutting on all Material—making specialties ol all Boards Sash, Boors, Blinds and Shingles, which we are selling at cut rate prices. We are selling Bright, Yellow Pine Boards, Beautiful, any length desired 25 fhjy-Shingles way down in price, which is nc of our specialities. Mtgrße sure to see that your estimate conics to us if you want a low Bid. fcgf XII Letters of inquiry will receive prompt attention. —Bemcmber name and place. WILLET & LIBBEY, Sixth St. and New York Are., WASHINGTON. D. C. Miscella neons Ad'rts. ISS7. Hirpar’s Magazine. 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(EGG FOOD FOR POULTRY AND PIGEONS.) It is the l>est article in the world for allkinds of poultry anil P>K‘'°o3- ,1 u„„ medicine. But is a preientire of disease, and yimgoraior lor making egg-shells, and for keeping all iwuHryiuahcaKhvcondilnon. Jt only contains renal nature demands and poultry shou drare . U will make the hens lay oftener, and ot a superior longer from spoiling, Young chickens will mature at an e * r *l ’ and make a hotter quality of flesh and not subject to disease. The great drawback in keepicglbwU in condition, la the want ol carbon 1 & ■i, - for forming the shell, also a condiment forkeepingthe birds In health ami making their plumage look nice; by using CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE You will find the benefit derived from ita use. CHICK-CHICK-ER-RE-KEE Is marie by a secret process only known to the manufacturer. Tie combination of the different ingredients is so concentrated lhat lh chickens or pigeons will eat it. 10 and 30 cents per Box. Trade Mark registered. February 24th, 1885. Patented in the United Slates. July 7th, 1885. Patented in Omada, (>ctolK?r 9th, 1885. If your storekeeper does not sell it, send One Dollar and I will ship a twenty-pound Ik>x. S. S. MYKRS, Patentee, 629 X. Front St., Philadelphia, Pa., U. S, Patented In Great Britain. July 7th. 1885. Slate KifrtitN for sale to responsible parties. | WEBSTER WAGON COMPANY Is closing out its business and HAS ON HAND OVER'4OOO! yef 1 VaUJflkTreyjy..-. of their Celebrated Truss Axle Wagons (.3 jy.i* of all styles ami sizes, which -will be sold FARM WAGONS NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AT A BOTTOM PRICE, A Wagon made from West Virginia Oak. Hickory, and Poplar, the best quality pro curable, and superior in every particular to inferior graces now on the market. Embrace the opportunity and saye money. All Wagons arc warranted for one year. Our farewell offer. WEBSTER WAGON CO., Write for prices and terras. MOUNDSVILLE, Marsha” Co., W. Va. December 01,686 —3m.