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Arrival and Departure of Trains—New Schedule. • eave tor Baltimore and Washington <23 AM ave tor Baltimore and Washington 3 50 PM Arrive at Marlt.ro 9 2® AM Arrive at Marlhoro' ®®* Circuit Ccurt. The l imit will prohahly ai'j iitin to llay af ter a session of nearly three weeks during which time quite a muni er of eases iisve been disposed of. On Monday nine registration eases were tried. The a) peal from Spalding s district was dismissed; in Q teen Anne the 'ament the parly wasordend tote plated n the looks and in the other cases which wete firm Kent the names of the pailies were ordered to le stricken • ft'. The case of the State vs. M. l’her sou was tried on demurrer, ami trom an ine gularily in llie proceeding will have to he commenced de nova. The lollow ins if.M s lave 1 een disposed of since our last issue; State vs. Thomas I’arker, indicted tor rape. Tried before a jury and acquitted itrandt for State, Merrick for prisoner. Stale vs. Joint Turner, indicted for horse-stealing. Tried by tlie Court, found guilty and sentenced to the peni tentiary for ii years. Brandt for Slate, Joseph S. Wilson for prisoner. Slate vs. William Young, indicted for larceny. Tried before the Court adjudged guilty and sent to House of Correction for 1 year. Stale vs. Hubert Lee, indicted lor lar ceny. Tried before the Court adjudged guilty—sentence reserved. Brandt for State, F.Snowden Hill f* prisoner. Stm<* **- .cted tor lar irt and ac- Snowden State vs. Charles Cliissilline, Charles 11. Hajgenmaker, Christopher Breazol, lihowen E. (Alton, George Smith, Samuel Henwood. Indicted for robbery, tried by a jury. Brandt for Stale, Merrick & F. S. Hill tor defense. Acquitted. On Tuesday Mr. John A. Campbell of this comity was upon motion of K. B. B. Chew, Jr, admitted to tils Bar. lie passed a satisfactory examination before a committee appointed by the court, consisting of Messrs. C. C. Magrn der, il’in. Stanley and Chew Jr., The Equity case of Kerhy vs Kct hy will lie tried to-day,af.er which the Court will ad journ. Killed by the Train The up-bound train yesterday morning ran over and killed an unknown while man between ('room Station and Marlboro. The p irty was walking on the tia k, and is supposed to have been deaf as lie paid no attention to the lejieated signals. He is a man of small about lis years of age, and lias not been identi fied. Justice Harris summoned Messis. I. S. Wilson, It. C. Naylor, J. H Clarke, T. O. Salisbury Clarence Ha 11,.!. 11.Traband, Geo. T. Brent, Jno. B. Karr, O. B. Garrick, C. 11. Gill, \V. B. Bunnell and John F. Wilson to act as a jury, and held a coroner’s inquest over the body after the arrival of Hie train last even ing. Our paper was in press before a verdict was rendered, but it was currently thought that the killing was entirely accidental. The liody was brought to the freight house where it remained during yesterday. The train, at the lime of the accident, was moving quite -apidly, and the man was thrown by tlie cow- some distance from the track. Death was almost instantaneous. The Murder Trial- The trial of Benj. Spriggs fur the mur der of young George Uawlett at Suilland in this county several weeks ago, occupied the at tention of the Circuit Court on Tuesday and Wednesday. Stales Attorney Brandt was as sisted in llie prosecution by Joseph K. Ro berts Esq., under an assignment by Hie Court, and Mr. Merrick was assisted in the defense by Mr. I'agti of the Washington Bar. The prisoner who had lire choice of tribunal, determined to submit his case to the Court, Dr. Toney ot Auacoslia, testified that he was passing Suilland on Hie morn ing of Sept. 25, and was requested by Hie coroner to hold a post mortem examination. lie found that the ball severed the temporal artery, causing deafii fituu hemorrhage. The next witness was Mr. Gray who testified that lie saw Hie prisoner draw a pistol from his pocket and declare that intended to kill some one in the crowd, after he was ordered from the store for disorderly conduct. He saw Sprigg fire and young Raw lelt, who was standing by his side, fall. The defense endeavored to show that Hie piisoner was so drunk at the time of the shooting as not to be contcicus of what lie was doing. The argument was begun about noon on Wed nesday, amt lasted until late in the afternoon, the discussion being very elaborate and able. The Judges adjourned Comt for half-au-honr to consult, and upon le-assenibling announced that they had deteimined on a verdict of mur der in the second degree. Judge Brooke then sentenced the piisoner to a teim of 11 years and 6 months in the Maryland penitentiary. Jhe firs AssoQiatioa, The Marlboro F ire Association met last Thursday night, with the IVesident, Mr. C. C. Magnider ill the Chair. Thu treasurer rep 1. 1 •<! the liberal donation of $25 to the association by Mr- Colton, also that the net proceeds of Mr. Colton’s lecture amounted to $45: and upon motion of Mr. I. S. Wilson the following resolutions were adop eU ; Kisulrc<l, that Hie members of this Association having heard with jdeas uie and profit the lecture ot Jlou, Geo. ( delivered in opr Court House t,i the tith inst.. tor the benefit of tlie Association and having also received the generous conliihulioii with which the sa|ne was supplemented, ilo hereby ex tend to h ni our warmest thunks tor the valuable services thus rendered, fimufrnl, that the Secretary send a copy of tins resolution to Mr. Colton, ai d dial the same he entered upon the minutes ot tlie Association. Mr. ( has. Gill was chosen lcuq<urary Fire Chief during 1 be absence of Mr. Coon, and Mr. John H Trahand and Maurice Stallings were elected first and second assistants resjM rlively Dr. GriltUb and Messrs. Trahand and .Mai lings were api-oinlcd a 11 n.niillee to contiac ( for the plastering of the Truck House. It is very gratifying to the me in hers of the Associa tion to be clear of debt, and they certainly de sei ve credit for having in so short a time taisect the sum of $!)56, the entire cost of Tiuck and Truck House. The r<aim in the tipper story of ;he new hnilding when plastered, will be used by the A<s elation for holding meetings. &<•., and it has been suggested that it n ight be Converted into a reading room J'-.r the im-m --pjits. CO urge of lime a small circulating filiraty may be collected from various sources, and, we dare say a nnniher of valuable peri odicals and newspapers could be provided a’ once. Partridge Shsotinj ()qr wing shots Are o.i the tfui e'er for i tie upepmg (<f the partridge snooting season, which commences on November Ist, and con tinues until Hie 24ib of December. There is a very good prospect ahead, as the. game is re ported to lie quite plentiful, and will allow some < f onr crack slots plenty of sport, tl.p first of the season, any hqw, l,ef,re the liirds tipCQlgg frightened aim scattered, .'sportsmen qt present are contenting themselves with kill ing squirrels, which ar 4 reported plenliful and 'n good condition. THE PRINCE GEORGE’S ENQUIRER-UPPER MARBOROUGH. MARYLAND. OCTOBER 21, 1887. i The Orphans' Court. This Court held a regular meeting on 1 Tuesday, and passed toe billowing oideis. Ordered, that the bond of H. W esley Heal!. executor ot Kichiinl H. Bcull, tie ceased, le approved. Notice ts t redi lors ordered, and T. 1 . -s- Bowie amt . William F. Hvoii appointed appraisers. Ordered, that the bond of Thaddeus M. Naylor, executor of Joshua S. Nay lor, be approved. Notice to Creditois ordered and John 11. Baden and John /. Downing appointed appraisers. Ordered, that tire second and final ac count of Benjamin D. Stephen, admin istrator of Ni 'Stephen, be passed. Ordered, that Hie last will and testa ment ot John Simms he admitted to probate, and that lire bond of the exec utors, William T. Jones, James D. Cas sard and James Simms, he approved.— Penalty of bond, S'.i.oOo; notice to cred itors ordered and Pinkney A. Scaggs and William Shea appointed appraisers. Oidered, that Milton J. Payne be ap pointed administrator ot /achat iab Shaw, deceased, and that his bond as such lie in the sum ot SSOO, and that his bond as guardian of Clara V. Jones be . approved. Penalty, $llOO. Ordered, that Charles H. Stanley, ad ministrator of Elias Travers, sell per sonal property of said deceased at pub lic sale, and that he also sell personal property of Susan Kelly at public sale. Njw Stock Yards at Bennings. Extensive pi aerations are being made by tbe Cniini .‘Stink Co. of Maryland for three new Mock-yards near Hennings, over the Eastern Branch. A large force of men ate engaged in grading the liact ot ten acres, re cently purchased at SI,OOO per acre, and the lutnbei is being hauled to the grounds for the buildings, sheds and fences. The location being a few hundred yards south ot Hennings, lying on the Baltimore and Potomac and the East Alexandria branch of the Baltimore and Ohio road, and contiguous to the country roads, is looked upon as Hie most desirable, and the company have no doubt of the suc cess of the enterprise. The lions* of ex-po liceman Abler, on Hie place, will be convert ed into a hotel. Brevities- Tlie County Commissioners will meet next Tuesday. Next Monday is the day fixed for the Repub lican mass-meeting in Ibis Town. Ex-Gov. Bowie's horse Valiant held second place in a race at Piniblico on Wednesday. Do not fail to read the Fall and Winter an nouncement of Messrs. \\ oodward & Lolhrop, The ladies of St. Barnabas’ Church will give an entertainment at “Oxford Hall’’ next Wed nesday for the benefit, of St. John’s Parish. James Simms, E-q., has been appointed postmaster at Beltsville, to fill the vacancy caused by the recent death of his father, the late John Simms. The pulpit of Trinity Church was tilled last Sunday by the Kev. Dr. Shnhert, of George rown, our Hector being absent for Hie purpose of attending a funeral of a dear friend. We have been requested by Hie Committee in charge of H.e Tournament to state that even should the Tournament be prevented by the rain, Hie Ball, with a fine supper, will be held this evening in the Town Hall. The annual statement of Hie School Board, published elsewhere, presents a very satisfact ory showing of the condition of our public schools. A careful examination of the finan. eial table is asked by the Secretary ami Treas urer. Professional sing its and musicians from the oratorio Branch of the Washington Saeuger- Imml. will give a concert at Forcstvilie on Wednesday evening, October 26th, for Hie ben efit of Epiphany Church. A supper will he held by the ladies on Hie same occasion. Mr. Frank Hill has pi'-chased fiuin a Mr. Thompson, of Kent Island, a thorough hied Perclieron, horse, Victor, Jr., fotfr years of age. He reached here last Friday, and lias been on exlcbition this week. Admirers of this popu lar breed will find in this animal a ni.niificeiit specimen! of horse flesh. The Democratic candidates, accompanied by other speakers, vviil begin the campaign with a meeting at Laurel to-morrow evening. The appointments for the several districts are published elsewhere, and we urge upon Demo crats to to-n out in large numbers and make these meetings successful. The Kev. Win. Brayshaw lias accepted a call to St. Thomas’s Church and Chapels, Home stead, Baltimore county. For the pest seven years he lias been a most useful and beloved pastor to the congregation of Epiphany Church, ForestviHe, and they part with him with many regrets, lie will carry with him to his new field not only Hie loving sympathy of those to whom he lias so faithfully ministered, but also Hie kind regards of a host of friends and admi rers in tLis county. QftXTOt.EO. Tin* Great Malaria Fever and Ague Remedy Reliable, .Safe and Efficient. Price 56 vents per liottle. For sale by all Druggists. Fruit Trees- Our readeis will find in the advertising columns tbe card of Mi-ms William Corse .V Sons, of the Clairinonl and Farley Hall mu series, Baltimore county. This is a long es tablished and reliable house, and should re ceive the liU-ral patronage of Marylanders. Why send to Not them nurseries for fruit trees, when we can gel them belter adapted to onr climate, ami of the choicest varieties with in onr own bonleis? Now is an excellent time to liny, and Messrs Corse •(■ Sons will lie pleased to receive apjiliv.ilions for their de scriptive catalogues and afrei w auls to fill your ordeis, How Shall Wo Drcas Ourselves ami our llvs‘. 1 Visit Mu* (■real Store of lialiimore amt i*ive \ourself no more anxiety. The question will he ausweid satisfactorily* ami you will acknowledge that never before have you seen anything even ap proximately approach in" our styles ami quali ties, while lie* prices are universally low. All visitors are welcome to hnv or not. Kvery convenience tor visitors, reception rooms, re tiring rooms, hagiraije rooms all fr e of charge at OehnUs Acme Hall, West U.ilt, s?., 1 door from < ‘hurles, &4KIH* POWDER Absolutely Pure. This pnw ler never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and w iudesomeness. More economical than tbe ordinary kinds, and cau | not be sold in competition with Hie multitude jof low test, -licit weight alum or phosphate powders. S >l.l only in vans. Rovyr. Bak j I NT. PowtEl: Co, |l>; Wall Si., New Yolk. I Miscellaneous Adve’tisemnts Uwil 1 find It to pay to buy your own or your boy ’ s Fal 1 and Winter Clothing from us. No matter what promises are made elsewhere, we CAN and WILL do better- All must admit that our en- C viable reputation is the best proof of our thorough re liability. Special Bargains in our new Men’s ft Boys’ Fur nishing Dep ’t• Or der Dep’t s tocked with choicest Wool ens. Becoming at tire at reasonable figures guaranteed. Samples, dc., de., promptly mailed \ on request, ■EDM’S, PRATT adj’g HANOVER ST. , BALTIMORE. Sep. 30, 18S7— tf. W. N. UALTOX'. MONT. STItKT-AND ’ Dalton & Strickland, DEALERS IN Fine Shoes. POPULAR PRICES. 939 Pennsylvania Avenue, S. W and 93*1 D Street If. W., Apr. 23—6 m. WASHINGTON,!). C I GOTTSCHALK & CO., IMPORTERS AND DISTILLERS AXI> CURERS OF FINK WHISKIES, 46 & 48 6 & 8 LIGHT ST. BALDERSTON ST BALTIMORE 2kdZ3D. • April 22, 1885—ly. L. HEILBR LIN’S The l-dirgest anti He*l One Price Shoe House No 402 Seventh Street. washr\aToy, /> c. Look for-The Old Lady in the Window ! Hill MtAMm m II H 111 Mil AUI'K, Hilton* lever, j nil type* of Fever and Slt*ki.e anting from*tuoiAt and uudraiiied land. A splen did TONIC for Streiigtbrutiig llu* a bole SYSTEM. J. H. Wlnkelmmiu & Co., lUUlumrp, Md. , Special Notice. L MEYER, No. 200 Hanover* # St., near Pratt, Baltimore, 1 Md., is now offering a varied as sortment of Trimmed and Un- 1 trimed Hats, Bonnets, Millinery j 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 pay you. Apul i'l— Ini. PROCTER'S INSECT POWDER Never fails to KILL all INSECTS Roaches cannot live where this Powder is properly used. Price 25c. For sale by all Dealers. .1. 11. WinUelmann A Co., SOI.m proprietors, II A LTIMOKE, MI) . for Infants and Children. “Caatorla is so well adapted to children that I CMtoria enrea C-be, t'on-Br-a. I recommend it m ■upetior to anjr proscription I gjg dt kuowu to me ” IL A. Abchkr, M. D., I p e3 tion, U1 So. Oxford 81, Brooklyn, N. Y. | Without injurious medication. Tax CxxTAt'B Coxpant, IX2 Fulton rti.-cl, N. T. N'.u- ember !!•, 1886—ly. i S. HARRIS WI.MSATT, A. G. i ill.l E. CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST GOOD AS THE HEST. WIMSATT UIILKK, DEALERS IN LUMBER,BRICKS,L!i\I E&CEM ENT AND MANTEAC'I I BKl.’s t'K Sashi Doors. Blinds, Moulding;, Bracket:, Etc,, ad Erickhciw Wewhsrbirdin^, YARD and MILL, 9tli STRI’IM’, S. W . March 25—tf. W 4 s 111 Vt.TTIV !) < M'srclhf neons . Idrcr merits. FRANK HUME \\ lli*l > > .V I K Grom* and Liquor Dealer, ! No. 454 Penua. Ave., WASHINGTON, D C. NATIONAL HOTEL WASHINGTON, \\ C. 1— Largest Hotel in the t iff/, j Remodeled. Re fur 11 Hied. ! .Veir Passenger iterator. , I’i iv.'N fr.nn $2 T4i *5 p;*: day, according to location of room. ; This Hotel is jileasanlh locate-.!, ami is con ! venient to oil (iovernmeiil D-partmvnts. 1 Safest Hotel in llie comity in vase of lire. * having six .litiei-e.it stairways trom top to | groniut i!->oi. Horse cars pa-s Hie door to all j arts of City K. TIA NET ,v I’ll., • Dec. 25. ISSti-if. Prop's. 0.8. GARRICK & GO Wrt>LEs*ALK AM* KETAII. !*KALLU’ S IN’ | Vines, beer eh;. rPI’EK MAR I,BOBO’. >!l>. HAWING opened at the new imiidingon Main Street, formerly ovenpiv i !>y Tiios. J, Turner, Ks.(.. . s a prini.n:i oltrve. we are prepared to oiier to the jiuiiiiv a lull assort ment of the above goods. Also IMPORTED WINES, &c. [lP"Demijohns filled at City I’riv. Oy.Sjievial inducements ollered Country Merchants. A full stock of Tobacco and Cigar- always on hand. us a call. November lit!, lS$ ,- > —ly. P M-SMITH, Men’s & Boys’File Boots & Shoes, Mo. J/d E. Vtii/cllc St red. Largest i;soili.ient in Baltimore—of voo.l work—for t.-'its and Boy . All st\ *.- in Sl-.re and to nv-isiiiv. I Marvii 25 -ly . BOLTON BROS., Glass, Oils &. Faints, Gas and Pias Tar. Oakum,Pitcli, Elaine, Coal aai Gasoline Oils, j LAMBS, Mt.\ \l !.AN IIBN, A ~ Ac. I Engineers and Machinists SUPPLIES, Beal iiseit Paints. Jivciiiviatv '.vi> / —c", ■ti lt X ! k K7"l’acki:ie. B.i'm.', ib-se, B.iler Felt. Belt.-, Nuts, Washers, A l.aiiy (.reuse, a noi/ro.\ KK$, <*• and SI WEST PRATT ST., B M.T!.M< BE. April 110, ISNi—ly. 1 1)K Cot" inV XV. Thom. It. It. Whitki.kv THOM & WHITELEY, Bankers & Brokers, Cor. German S,- Calve l l Sis, F. 0. Box 4G9- BALTIMORE. MD. IIKt’KI! ItV ITUMISSIOX TO Hon. S. 11. II AXCK, Eitki; M \i:i itono’, Mu. FRANK UN BANK. Bai.timokk, M akvi.axi>. CCT’l'orrespondem-e Solicited. Feb. 2(i—ly. Dropsy! Dropsy ! Dropsy!! I Cure guaraiitml in all iis vaiioiis forms. No I operation. a? nmv. Ilumln'ils lestif’y lo | ils superior wnrtli, am! all w* ask is to i;ivc if t a fair trial and Lo t*iinvoiced of iis value. Will scud one nioutli treatment, prepared, to any ! address for 1. J. K. WKIi>NKi:, West Karl, IVnn. Mixed Ia n cons Adv 'ls. \ j OTHING to excel it in tjuantity j i :tml assortment, anywhere. Striet- Iv lirst class GAIiM KNTS, throughout every DEPARTMENT. When pre pared to jmrehase your ; WINTER OUTFITS FOR Yourself or Boys, DO Nor MISS GIVING Y 01’ll AT TENTION TO OUR Colossal Esliislineni IT IS TO TIIK ADVANTAGE OF EVMUV ONK, AS OXJIR, PRICES ARK THE LOWEST! AND OUK CLOTHING, FA I! SUPERIOR TO THAT OF ANY HOUSE IX THE CITY. Here are Some of Our Prices. Men's Fine Dress Suits sl3 to S3O Men’s Business Suits $ 7 to£2o Youths' Fine Dress Suits $lO to S2O Youths’ Business Suits $ Gtosl2 Boys* Fine Dress Suits $ 7 to sls Boys’ School Suits $ 1 toslo Children's Dress Suits [short pants) 84.50 to slo Childrens' Play or School Suits (short pants. $3.00 to Br. Men’s Overcoats 85.00 to S4O Boys’ Overcoats $4.00t0515 ( hildren'- < hvreoats $2.00 toslo Likes, Berwanger & Co. One-Price Clothiers, 10 & 121'l. Baltimore Si NK.U! CIIAKI.ES, BALTIMORE. Sep. :;o—:!m. FALL Announcement. On; MAMMOTH STOCK OF FINE AND MKIMI M (iKADK CLOTHING SHOES, HATS, AND (.ENTS' FURNISHING S, FOR .fl4*ll, Vonlh*, Hoys \ Child* mi, lor Fall and Winter Wear is Von Complete, F.nibracing everything that is New ami Novel in the World, ot General Out- Fitting. and at Prices that can oidv he named by u House doing such an IJn o nit oh s Husi it ess as in its. \\ e. an til the smallest child an I I lie highest man with equal ease, — as we carry in stock—ready to put on and wear—Sizes to suit every shape and size, not alone in Clothing of ev ery kind and style that's wolth having, hut al-o in Hats. Shoes and Furnish ing I loods. Money Saved is \l.i.\K\ maid: Therefore, if you would site tiioin'v, time and trouble, come right here where you can tind eveiylhing Sllituhle I f .Men’s and Boys wear,under one roof at prie s that Are Sure to Please. tint of Town patrons should send for ..nr !id IVI RATI HM’ATALOGI K." | eon'aining a fund of general information, t together with instructions for self-measure monf. Selections ear. easily he made from j this Catalogue. All orders promptly ,1- telided t . j SAKS & CO., Slothes. Hats. Shoos, and Furnishing, irn kV .Market Space WAM\RTO\. 11. C. 1 fep.3 i, 1.8. —Urn. New Advertisements. | .I AS. S. C RAW FORD, THUS, E. TIRNER, Washington, It ('. Brandy wine, !’. (i, Co., M.l CRAWFORD 4 TURNER, GENERAL Commission & Produce, 93? B. STREET.. NORTHWEST. WASHINGTON, D. (’. Rkfkukxce— Citizens’ National Bank, Wash ngton, 1). C. [Sep. D, 1887-ly. mull • ('heap <d rot erie* ! Cheap Dry (tooth! Cheap Boot* and Shoe* ! Cheap Notions. I AM ADDING TO MY STORK DAILY Goods of the best quality, which are bought at. lowest Cash figures and which I propose to sell at conespondingly low prices FOR THE CASH! I quote as follows : Best Brown Sugar dots lb 2nd Grade “ scts lb Cut “ 7lcts lb Granulated “ 7cts lb Soft A “ diets lb Best G. P. Tea SOcts lb 2nd Quality Tea 60cts lb 3rd “ " •* 30cts lb Red C. Oil 150 Test 12ctsgal Best Fancy Patent Family Flour $5 GO 2nd Grade “ “ $5 00 Cheap Grade $4 50 Best Rio Coflee 23cts G. A. Salt SI.OO Stick Fine Salt $1.65 “ And all otlier Goods tit proportionate ly reduced prices. I most earnestly solicit a share of the public patronage guaranteeing to give to everybody perfect satisfaction as regards [’RICES, QUALITY and QUANTITY of goods purchased of me. I am now taking orders for COAL for delivery this month as follows : No. 1 *4 75 per ton of 2240!bs Xo. 2 best quality, egg 4 !)0 “ “ “ “ So. 3 “ “ stove 525 “ “ “ “ No. 4 “ “ nut 4!) “ “ “ “ No. 5 “ “ pea 300 “ “ “ “ Very Respectfully, GEO. H. BUNNELL. August 1 f. THE Y WERE 40 Years Ago! THEY ARE NOW AND HENCE FORTH SHALE RE Tip Standard Remedy . i/ OF THE WORLD. THE PEOPLE HAVE TESTED THEIR MERITS, HENCE THEY LIVE. STONEBRAKERS MEDICINES. LIKE a green hay tree they nourish! Rheu matics rejoice : Neuralgia vanishes, and Headaches are know no more. The Remedy, STONEBRAKEU’S LINIMENT: the price, 25 cents. The brooks of .Siloam never furnished such relief to the thirsty traveler.— lion. Geo. Ma tin, London, Eng. “America never produced its equal for the cure of pain.”— Prof. Lie, Hanover, Germa ny. Of what are they speaking!’ Stonehraker’s Liniment God bless the Children! Like rosebuds, they cluster about the bosom that loves them. Oh! Mother’s vigil eye keep watch, and the first symtoms of summer complaint give STONEBRAKER’S INDIAN GUM SYRUP, the only cure for cholera infantum and all bowel complaints, in adults or children. “Prompt, sure and efficient,” is the testimo nial of the Messrs. llenkle & Co., publishers of Our Church Paper, "Se w Market, Va. STONEBRAKERS BLOOD & LIVER CORRECTOR corrects the liver ami kidneys, purities the blood, removes blotches, pimples and erup tions, restores lost vitality and brings hack the fresh ruddy glow of youth to the shriveled cheeks. Price, SLUG per bottle. Breeders of tine Fowls indorse STOXE BRAKER’S CHICKEN POWDERS, the on ly Powder for the production of eggs and the prevention and cure of diseases in chickens, thicks, lurkejs, geese, pigeons and the feath ered family. Nothing so healthful fir young ch cks. Sold in the United (States at 25 cents a package. if you w isli your horses, cattle and sheep to thrive and your farm to prosper, don’t neglect to keep a good supply of ST ON E BRAKEH’S HORSE AND CATTLE POW DERS. Don’t he deceived. Some people think one powder just as good as another. That’s just where they make a mistake Stonehraker’s Horse and Cattle Powders are the lirst and original, anil are used by those i who appreciate the best. Price, 25 cents. LOOKOUT FOR HOG CHOLERA. C. S. Ilia ik, ot Wytheyille, Va.. says:— | ••Sionehraker’s Hog Powders will save the 1 peopl." thousands. No' one of my customers \ lost a hog last year that fed them Stonehra- ; ki is Ho- Powdeis I have cured hog eliol- j eia willi 1 hem.” I K. MONTAGUE. Cli.istianshurg, Va. j The most healthful preparation ever led to j I ogs, and the only preventative know n foi i hog cholera. Use it now. The sooner the ) I letter. Em Biliousness, It.digestion, Nick Head- | I ache. Constipation and General Debility, j mo pills stand higher Ilian STON KBRAKER’n VEGETABLE PILLS. Price, 25 Cents. | .Inly 22nd—1v. JNO. 11. HUDGINS & CO., € tmmissiou Jlmtaß, WIIOI.KSAI.K AN I> KKTAII. QEAI.RKS IN II A, Y, ivr I Xi Xa.F El 3E3 D, Corn Meal, drain. Straw, Seeds, Cor Frail SI A: .HcEldrrrj’s Wharf’ BALTIMORE, Mt>. Oct. 2, 1880 —dm. US' Blanks and Hand Bills of all Id ads printed at this office at low rates. Buyers Should Enow! That we are Manufacturers of Fine Clothing. Our prices are the lowest and our CLOTHING is made better than any , other House in the City. IsTOTIB OTJR PRICES; Prince Albert Suit 817 00 worth 824 00 Fine Check Suit 815 00 “ £2l 00 All Wool Sack $9 00 “ sl4 00 Boys Suits 85 00 “ .8 700 Children’s Suits $3 50 “ ~,....55 00 Boys’and Childrens’Overcoats 83 00 “ $5 00 OTJF.- LEADER: An All Wool Corkscrew Suit STTS worth sil3 00. Tailoring a Specialty. TIEzCIE LONXOIsr 1 PALACE OF FINE CLOTHING, ■ N. W. Cor. Baltimore aii Holiday Streets, BALTIMORE, MD. Mn. Q. E. II I,XEIi ol Prince Ceorgi's(Vimtv ;s connected with this House. October 14- -.‘bn ■ ARRIVAL ) OF OFF NEW FALL GOODS A Lovely Display' of Millinery ; Sty lish, Nobby and Nice. Prices as usual Lower than Elsewhere. Bonnets and Hats, Wings, Feathers, Velvets and Trimmings to suit the most fastidious. EING’S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street, Washington, D. C. Sep. o,l*B7 —if. ESTABLISHED - - 1843. milE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT of BREECH LOJtH -1 /.Vfi and .HUZZEE EO.IRt.VG GV.VS, RUPEES, PISTOIjS, Shells Cartridges, WVn/s, l ß eicder, Shot, Caps, Hunting Suits and everything in the hunting line Wholesale and Ee tail. BSC Repairing done in the best manner. Goods shipped C. O. D. and satisfaction guaranteed. ALEX. MCCOMAS Sep. :i. 1887—thm 22 South Calvert St., Baltimore. . | I.—NECKWEAR. We are It I making daily additions of New Patterns and show over 700 de signs in Scarfs ranging from 25c 2.—SHIRTS. Laundred and \\ Unlaundred, only in the best grades, price 75c to $2.50, incln - ding embroidered figure and lin 113^—UNDER WEAR. Import er ' - _ aST" ed Scotch Wool Goods, sl*so; 623 PENNA. A ■> ? s fine Lamb’s Wool wear v/asMiH g T°M? $1.25 t 051.75. D C. I—HATS.1 —HATS. An immense as sortment, covering every grade, Soft, Derby and Silk Hats of the Fall and Winter Styles. sep. 23. msi-tr. 1,. F I^7—tf.