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M E L V I N . STEELE . JOHNSON, E D I T O R S AND P R O P B \ £ T O R S . SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29. STABLE FLOOR DRAINAGE. Iron Gutters 'Which Curry tlic liquids Away as Fast as They Vail. In reply to the request of a reader for R plan for good stable drainage the Ohio Farmer illustrates and describes a method commended by F. W. Bauh in his book "IIow to Judge a'Horso." Fig. 1 in the first cut represents a stall 5 feet wide and 9£ feet long. £ J. D FLOOn WITH IKON GliTTKKS. C C C are tbree planks in front, laid crosswise of the stall. These are 14 inches wide, making 3}4 feet. B B arc two planks on each side of the stall, each 1C inches wide and C feet long. -Between these plaiiks are the drain gutters and lath, D being the drain and Jj the laths. These laths arc 2 inches thick, 8}£ inches wide nud G feet long. They are rabbeted out underneath three-sixteenths of an inch, so that the iron drains or gutters just fit under them. They are rabbeted up from the bottom 1J£ inches. The method of fixing the drains and laths is showii in the end view, second cut, Fig. 2, L being the lath, with gutter between. The laths are fastened down -by long screws, the heads well sunk in. They can bo removed easily, if desired, to renew the lath or make any repairs. The iron drain or gutter is shown in Fig. 3. G iu Fig. 1 is the rear gutter into which the liquids flow to be carried off. This gutter can bo made of cement. The iron drains are \ l /i FlG-3 END VIEW. LATHS -AND DRAIN. inches high, an inch wide inside, about one-eight inch thick aud 6 feet long, closed at the front or head end and opcu at the other. The laths and gutters project over the gutter G an inch or more. . The incline of the floor from manger to gutter should not be over three inches. The Maraden Process. The Marsden process consists iu sav- iug the waste of dry cornstalks. They tire ground. Tho cellulose- or pitli is then separated, leaving a residuum of ground meal. The ratio iu bulk is about one part of meal to one of cellulose. The ratio in weight is said to be seven paits or 'mote of meal to one of cellnlose. This dry meal has been feet to live stock for a long period at the ^Maryland experiment station. It proves to be equal to if not better than the best of hay in the production of meat and milk in combination with other food to make it complete--that is to say, used in the same maimer as hay is used as a part of a ration. The cellnlose will have a vast number of uses. The most conspicuous UFO ·will be in the construction of naval vessels. For this purpose it is compressed to 6rf pouuds to the cubic foot, iu ·which condition it will absorb 20 times its volume of water. For naval purposes it is made iuto large blocks, each of which is placed in n cell in the steel hull of the drip, uotably at the bow and stern, and between decks so as to protect the deck over the vital points of the ship, the center of the vessel being protected with steel plates. Such a vessel has great power of flotation. The center of gravity is altered so that the Etm deck has very much greater stability in action. It is claimed that such a vessel is uusiukable.--Country Gentleman. Olakiug Sugar From Beets.. Much is said nowadays in agricultural newspapers about making sugar frcm beets. The experience of France and Germany loug ago showed that this fan be done proiitably where labor is cheap enough. It is in this connection that American Cultivator says: "There is much laud mall our north eru states where good beets for sugar making can bo grown. In New York state, under the influence of a state bounty on beet sugar, several beet sugar factories have beeii started this year. "While the sugar making experiments- have been entirely successful it is not yet certain whether the sugar can b produced at a profit to the mauufactur ers. But as the price paid for tlie beets is only §5 per ton it is doubtful whethei many farmers who live near markets . can grow and haul their beets to the factories for the price. Farther from the factories there would be increased cost of transporting the beets to the places ·where the sugar is to be manufactured. The farmer who grows be'cts at this prico gives much labor and gets very little for it.'J Feuiiuiuu Curiosity. 'Henry, dear, wliat did they do with you when they initiated you into the Odd Fellows the other night!" "Why, I can't tell you that, Millie, as a inatter of course. I took a solemn pledge never to disclose it to anybody." (.Sobbing) "If--if anybody had-lad told roe this before we were-were married I wouldn't have believed itt (Suddenly f drying her tears) I'll get it out of you when you are asleep, Henry Phmiduffl You sea if I don't." Mis§ Charmynge--Don't you think I was meant for a business woman? Jack Hustler--No, 1 don't. I think you were meant for n business man.--Brooklyn Life. INDIRECT FERTILIZATION. !viu:h lIcndcTB Avnllxblo the Nntnrnl Supply of Existing IMaut Food. In spite of all that has been said aud written about direct and indirect fertilization there still exists a surprising amount of ignorance. Tho work of the experiment stations aud prominent agriculturists have brought out the facts in this Hue so plainly that it is a comparatively simple matter for any farm- ; cr to understand this subject without any trouble. The subject is treated ns follows in The Progressive South : | By direct fi-rtili/ation is meant the application of ceitain fertilizer materials which in themselves furnish needed nourishment to tho growing crop. Tho , plaut foods in which most soils aro de- liciuut and which it is customary to apply in tho form of commercial fertilizers are phosphoric acid, potash and nitrogen. Every farmer ought to get familiar with these terms and to learn from what sources they arc derived and how they should bo applied to the best advantage. It is true that the average soil \\ill contain a certain amount of phosphoric acid, nitrogen aud potash respectively, bnfe it frequently happens that these ingredients are not iu a condition to be taken up at onco by tho growing crops, and hence it pays to put them ou iu the form of fertilizers. By indirect fertilization is meant the application of certain materials to tho soil, like salt, lime or plaster, which in themselves do not furnish any of the three essential ingredients mentioned, but by their stimulating action on the soil render available some of the natural supply of plant food existing there. It will be readily seen, of course, that their action is indirect; heuco the term "indirect fertilizing." Probably on 110 crop has this indirect fertilizing been more extensively practiced than on clover. Many have noticed the effect of a dose of plaster upon clover. The truth of the matter is, that the plaster in itself did not servo as plant food for the clover, but released some plant food in tho soil, notably potash, which the clover at once assimilated to good advantage. It was also experienced by many of the same farmers that in time it became difficult to get a catch of clover on theso lands. The cause of this was that the natural supply of plant food in tho soil had been exhausted, and .since tho plaster iu itself, as already stated, did not furnish any of the three essential plant food ingredients they had to bo restored from some other source before the clover would grow as before. The shrewd farmer at once. ECGS that it is far more economical to keep up the natural supply of plant food in his soil than to allow it to become exhausted by continuous cropping without any renewal. Green Manures. For green manures a writer in The New England Homestead advocates tbo sowing of cowpeas in May, to be followed by crimson clover from the latter part of August to the middle of September. Tho clover protects the land during the winter aud furnishes an excellenc early spring pasture, after which it cnn be turned under for fertilizing purposes. Farm Advertising. There are various modes of advertising among farmers. Tho editor of the Michigan Farmer recommends a fnrm signboard of planed aud matched lumber surrounded by a molding, with tha uame of the farm and its owner painted JohnWSmrth T?o.Address. Ann Ar bor, Mich. For Sale C-- Jerse Swine, Second Jfa Wanted Cows, . OTs. SecondIn d Tfires/terBclt Goa/jrire/ Girl IAKM SIGXBOAKD. in large white letters cm black background at the top, and with its lower part painted with black paint aud liquid slating for using crayons in advertising what you want to buy, procure or dispose of. The accompanying sample signboard illustrates the idea better than columns of verbal dpscrintiou. Plncklng the Innocent. "No," said the soap fakir to a group of people that had gathered nround him, "there is no use talking to mo about the innocence of the countryman. He may buy a gold brick occasionally or sign a blank sheck and lose his farm, but as a rule he can take care of himself just ns well as the next one and generally a little better. If I knew as much as some farmers, I wouldn't bo in this business, and you can gamble on that. "Why, say, do you know what happened to me the last time I was ilown in the country? T got pinched, that's what I done. I got my satchel out in front of the hotel in a little town about 30 miles out east hero imd began to do a few tricks to draw H crowd. "After I'd made an egg disappear and pulled a few knots open for them I says: 'Now, gentlemen, I'm going to show you a trick that nobody else on earth has ever attempted. Yon see my hat hero? Well, we'll imagine for the time being that it's a flowerpot. Out of this hat I'm going to make a bush grow up, and when I've dono that I'll make every leaf on it turn into a $5 note.' "What? Did I do it? Of course 1 did! But, say, do you know what como of it? Blamed if they didn't arrest me and fine me §15 for raising bills, which the justice of the peace said was 'contrary to the statoots made and provided.' "Well, I sort of had a hankering to know whether they done it in good faith or just because they thought I was easy picking, and what do you think I found out? Why, the people of that town hadn't paid any taxes for eight years. They'd actually been running things by plucking just such innocent fellows as me. "Now, gentlemen, there's a $1 bill in one of these little packages. Who will give mo 10 cents for the first choice?"--Cleveland Leader. "Are you in pain, my little man?" tisked the kind old gentleman. "No,"answered the boy. "The pain's in ma" ' YOU ARE INVITED. When visiting BALTIMORE to make a convenience of my offices and my perfectly appointed tailoring establishment. You may want a suit of clothes, an overcoat, or a pair of trousers;-- our best skill is at your command. If we can serve you to your interest,--that's our pleasure; if not, there are other tailors to whom we would be glad to direct you. We keep only the very best stuffs. Good Suits for $15, Stylish Overcoats for $15, Ttousers for $5, but as high-made as art and styie can produce. Higher values if you want. Nothing ready-made. Will be glad to welcome any new-comers from your part of the country. Jcbxi M. Keeler, Importer and Tailor, 5 N. Calvert Street, opp. Equitsihle Building. Groceries. TUEW GOODS! T.TAVTNG restocked m y G R O C E R Y , Di;pAKT.Mi;XT, I am now p r e p a r - , cd to s u p p l y my c u s t o m e r s and tlie p u b l i c t;encrall'y w i t h e v e r y t h i n g in j t h a t l i n e , fresh "and oL 1 the, b e s t q u a l ity. C O l ' F K l ir OW PRICES! jflllllfifl \ To'Ji.YTOKS, (JoM IXT'IO UUUlluU } C() I. N v .,.,.AS , PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T f U B E R T C. TOWERS, ATTOKJf KY-AT-r.A W Denton. Maryland. TAMES N. TODD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DEXTON, MARYLAND. /CHARLES E. McSHANE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DKNTON, MAKYLANP T. BOYER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, IJKNTON, M T7I7AUTER S P A R K L I N , ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BKNTOX, MAlfYLAND. OFFICE WITH JAS. ]S T . TODD. Es(j. A BUTLER BICYCLE REPAIRER, DENTON HltlPGE S.'.tisfactinn gniiruntccd. Prices Reasonable. C 26 Cw QSCAR C L A R K . Attorney-at-LaiTi UENTON, Collection sand all professionnl business promptly iiltisntlud to. TTTTILMER EMORY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CKNTlSKVILLli, MD "Will practice ulso in Cnrolino, Tnlbol iind Kent county. N. ALKX. 1IDTSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, MARYLAND, "Will practice is the courts of Caroline and adjacent counties. Til PLINY FISHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, DENTON, MD All business entrusted to my care wtl receive prompt attention. Collection o chums H specialty. T T A R V E Y L. COOPER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, MARYLAND Close attention will be given to all business entrusted to mv care. JOHN W. CLARK/JR. -A.-o.ctioaa.eer, Box 86. Dentoi}, A\arylaij«L Will sell property in Caroline or any of the adjoining counties. JIli.VKY R. LEWIS. W1I.I.AKI) I:. 1VKST LEWIS «t WEST, A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W, DENTON, MD. "Will practice in the Courts of Caroline i'rill otand Queen Anne counties. DR. KNOCH GI:OR:L - . DR. P R. l : isnrH GEORGE FISHER, Physicians, Surgeons Gynecologists, DENTON, MARYLAND. Office at residence of Dr. Enoch George, Main Street. ·WM. II. D K W K K S K . F l l K W 11. OW.KXS DE-WEESE OWENS, DENTON, MD. Office in tho Court House. Mortgages foreclosed,estates settled nncl prompt attention given to all business en trusted to us. Will practice in the Stntc and Feder« Court. WM. H. DK-VVEKSE, State's Attorney for C.iroline county. PAINTER AND DECORATOR, , . . . DENTON, M Has hndtcn years' experience in the cities «f W i l m i n g t o n , Philadelphia and Neu York, and is now ready to make contracts. aud gunrantces s k i l l f u l work, fair prices it nd entire satisfaction DRS. W. T. L. D. KELLEY : DENTISTS: MAIN OFFICE: EASTON, M A R \ L A N D Will practice nf, Preston on Mondays. Dentop on Tuesdays; Federiilsburt:, see ond and fourth Thursdays; Enst New Market, tirstnnd third Thursdays. Best work gunnuitocd. Gas administer "d. DONNA GIERING REGISTERED PHYSICIAN, P_. Twenty-five years' experience, iK\ Specialist in Diseases of Women I only. Private Sanitarium ol high Mrcputc. Absolute pn'vacy nflbrcl- ,'cd. Fcmutc RcRulative Pills $2.00 per box. Advice by m a i l . i603 E/.ST BALTfMORE STREET, BALTIMORE. MD. Vegetable Com pound For Female Complaints, $1 "Wived without Children consult inc. CONTRACTOR AHD BUILDER, Bidgely, Maryland. Contracts taken in Caroline and adjoining counties. Thirty-three yonrs experience. Plans nnd specifications cheerfully furnished. Best of references from Caroline, Tnlbotnnd Dorchester counties. Notions, Ribbon? AMD Jly stock of I IIP l.-utor is very com- i l e l o , a n d m y liiily t'riuiuls w i l l d o \ i » I l to c a l l it ml f x a i i i i i i o my jroods H'fovo t r u i n g elsewhere. Spool Siltcs, ot t o n . Gloves and Hosiery, find in 'act :i f r u i i u r a l l i n o ot N o t i o n s . Drop n and see t h e s t r i c k . We him. 1 just cipoiK-d a l.irne invoice of Sl'liliS'C; GOODS, mid n beller eolli-i-tion fioni w h i c h to clxio-c \\- never heon ul- IVred in Den ton. To be appreciated it must 1 c ^('di. Your i n « p i u t i u i i U i n v i i c d . The prices tt ill lit- :i very -t:ir:Iin«j lV:i- turo of thu siilos here lor tli .· n e x t l l i i n y days, Jind l m \ e r - w i l l do w e l l to note How would sumo ol these strike you? Oysters and Ice Cream, For a good OyslL'i 1 Slt-w f r i v c us a :all. Ice Crcjini w i l l also be s e r v e d n season. Any t i u a n l i t y s u p p l i e d 'or f a m i l y use w h e n desired. ' at slioi-t n o t i c e . JULIA DAY, ·WILT, UK F O U N D A GOOD STOCK -- OF -- j i i/ injury -uu u i/Jj Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc., --AT-J. M. BBAVBN'S, HILLSBOKO, MD. Larqe StocK of GROCERIES AND PENSWARE You can also find sit the l ® im IB E R m A !£ B F u l l s u p p l y of all k i n d s of L u m b e r . S a w i n g a u d P l a n i n g d o n e a t short notice. C e i l i n g , Flooring, Shingles, Laths, Doors, W i n d o w s , Etc., a l w a y s on h a n d . UNDERTAKERSEMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, DENTON, MARYLAND. Twenty years of experience enables us to insure entire satisfaction iu every particular. Our shops are fully supplied with needed material, and first-class workmanship is guaranteed. K. W. U K D D K X . W. F. M U K 1 M I REDDEN MURPHY, DHALK11S I N yillST-CLASS B U I L D I N G MATERIALS -- A N D -- CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, D E N T O N , M A R Y L A N D . Prices on nil goods warranted to be n low ns those oflcrcil by city dealers. Mr Murphy, n builder of long experience, wil have charge of the practical work, an satisfaction guaranteed i n every pnrticulai JAMES T, COOPER, Undertaker, Emhher and Cabinet DENTON, MARYLAND. Years of experience enables Mr. Cooper to insure entire satisfaction in every particular His shop is always fully sup plied with needed material anc first-class workmanship is guar anteed. Frank C. Bolton, Lee B. Bolton BOLTON BROS Him, OILS AUD GLS5S. PRIZE MEDAL 51x AED £ PAINTS Machinery Oils, Tar, Oakum and Pitch ENGINEERS', MACHINISTS, Steamship and Railway Supplies «8, 420, 422, 424 B. PRATT ST., Examiners' Notice, The undersigned, h a v i n g boon appoint ed by the county commissioner; ot Oaro l i n e county to e x a m i n e and lay down i new county road in tho Kighth Election District of Caroline county, beginning ni Fowling Creek Wharf, and r u n n i n g thro the lanils of C. II. Tockl, Walter Todc and C. M. Pepper, u n t i l it intersects the road from Willislon to F o w l i n g Creek opposite C. II. Todd's gate, and to nil down the old lane between Walter Todr and C. M. Pepper, hereby give notice that they w i l l moot at the said p o i n t o.' bo«in n i n g o n SATUHDAY, J A N U A H Y 20 1S08. nl 9 o'clock n. in , for the purpose o executing their commission. The e J u n t y surveyor will please ftUcnt without further notice. WILLIAJE U. DEEN, W I L L I A M I' 1 . LIDEN, FRANCIS S. TODD, December 25,1807. Exnminers. Percala, lie regular \'2u. k i n d ; on; 1 price, w h i l e it Ms, o i i l v 8e. A. belter "radii lit 12c. Calicoes, :md fie. IMiie and Light I'rini*. p l a i n ml lancy design-, o-.'. Pique Remnants, 10c,, lie resriilitr 1 jc. k i n d . nun oc. up. Ginghams, Lawns, uvular price 12i'.; our prieo, 10c. We i:ive mi excellent j ^ b u r t m c n t of these. Table-Cloth, Choice q u a l i t y Irish Linen, 50e. per ynrd. Piititalonti Goods at various prices. Sl.OO inynia Hugs at SOc. A . K C O O P E I I 15 KG., Dunton. Md. $ffaT;PHATT ST. ^BALTIMORE. DOORS BLINDS GOOD CHEAP vJ. BARNES, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH ft HORSE-SHOER, DENTON, MD. I shall constantly k - o p on. band a full assortment of Iron and Steel for all kinds of Farm and Wagon Work. I can furnish you all sizes of new wheels mid axles, and best classes of horse-shoes at short notice. I guarantee all material and work ut lowest prices to suit tho hard times. Shop on Third St., opposite Livery Stable. Give me a trial. J O H N J. BARNES. FOR SALE AT PRIVATE SALE! Three small farms, all adjoining euch other, lying on the county road leading from Bridgetown to Greeiisborough, aboi.t two miles from the former and four miles iVoni the latter plncc, k n o w n us the "f\loi?zo ClarK Farnr)," I ' u n t a i n i n g "' SO and GI ACHES, respectively, 'i'lie !irs t two hiive. buildings on them'; the other is u n i m p r o v e d . T K K M S KASV. Possession J a n u a r y 1st next. Cull on or address, S A M U E L K. HILL, ·200 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md. Or to H K N K Y K . L K W 1 S , 10 2 If Attorney, Denton, JId. TREES ^PLANTS The leading varieties of Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherries, Small Fruita, etc., for sale by A. G. GELLETLY CO., JAMES T. MORRIS, ( K I D O H L Y , MD.) WleelfriiM anl Blactaitli, A N D EXPERIENCED HORSSEHOER. In v l l branches of my business I guarantee satisfaction. In horseshoeing I have the endorsement of best veterinarians. JAMES T. jMORKIS. For Sale, In iJidgely, Md,, three b u i l d i n g lots, ad- joining--ono n corner lot--beautiful loui\- tion. "Apply to T. W. S M I T H , 1-1-1 mo. Kiclgciy, Md. Plymouth Rocks, Pure-bred Barred Plvmoiith Hock Cockerels for sale. II. C. F1SIIKK, 1 15 3t Ucnton, Md. For Rent for 1898, A nice S-rooni dwelling, w i t h necessary ottbuildings tind good water, situated on Main strcot, in Denton. Also a good stable with cnrringe-liouse, in East Denton. Apply to J. D. DOWNES, Denton National Hank. Cat this out for Future Reference, Buy Your H O R S E S AT KING'S MARYLAND SALE BARN, A U C T I O N SALES Monday, Wednesday and Friday Throughout the year. We deal in all kinds, from the very best to the very cheapest. 400 HEAD of Horses. Mares nnd Mules, always on hand. Visit us, it will pay you. PRIVATE SALES EVERY DAY. KIII.L L I N K OK Carriages, DaytorjS, Bu$, Grt; »il Harness V«ry JAMES KING, Prop'r, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 16 K, HIGH STREET, Near Baltimore St., ono square from Baltimore Street bridge. BALTIMORE, MD. 'JUVHM J.33dJ-S .LHOn WANT A WATCH WHICH RUNS WELL AND KEEPS THE CORRECT TIME? I ©FFIiR W.W.TD18 TUNIS' MILLS, TALBOT COUNTY, MD,, -MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- GOLD, SILVER, GOLD FILLED, NICKEL All fully guaranteed. Do Your Eyes Cause You Pain? Outical work n Specialty. ®. F. E ASTON. Increase Your Income By Doubling Your Crops Without Increasing Labor of Cuitivzvtion. * Is B«H«r tljarj Goirjg tollje A Liberal Application of BAINBRIDGE LAND LIME 01} Your Corn Ground. Its effect on the soil is most remarkable and satisfactory. Geologists declare that the lininbridgc Limestone are the 'purest Carbonate ot I, line ever discovered. 100 farmer!! saved from the shenlT last ear bv usiiiR Hainbridfre Land I.imv. Kemem- bcr, building l i m e i- not suitable for tnnd. We burn nothing but land l i m e at our liiiinbriitse Works, h'or prices, address W K I C H T S Y J M . K LI U K CO., \ V K l t t l l T S V H . L F , 1'A. A LARGE LOT OF --AT T H E -BURRSVILLE HARDWARE STORE. All six.cs of Cook Stoves, from the smallest No. 7 to the larije-t No. 0. Heating Stove- of nil kinds suitable for Parlors, Sit l i n g Rooms, Dininj; Rooms, Bed Room*, Churches, School Houses, Ollices, etc. Six kinds of Double Heaters. The best Ranges that aro made. Large lot of FURNITURE CLOVER MD TIMOTHY SEED. Headquarters for Drive-well Material, Plows, "Wheelwright and Blacksmith Supplies, B u i l d - ing Hardware; Carriage, Wnjjon, Curt and Plow Harness, Paints mid Oils, Tinware, HiiriiL-sj and Shoe Leather, Washing Machines, Belt Lnciii!;, and Steam Packing. TWELVE HOOKS HLISD WITH OOB2! I hnvc n large stock of Barbed W i r e Cable Wire Buckthorr. and Kibbon Fencing, Poultry Netting, c. TILGHMAN liAKVEY, Bnrrsville. Md. Wanted, Ono Caroline C o u n t y M a p as s u r v e y e d by Saulsburj'. State prico, and nddress, W. E. COTTEJi, 209 S. Sixth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Farm for Sale, About 1-30 acres--50 acres arable, balance in wood nnd timber--located w i t h i n '2 miles of Greensboro, Md. I'ciich orclrird of 500 trees, healthy and in bearing. Price very low; terms ] e:i«li and bihuu-u lo suit mircli«s r. Inquire of P. II, McSHA^'E SON, 1 1-Ot. Denton, Caroline Co., Md, Farms Wanted, Have purchasers ready for cheap farms. Anyone desiring to sell, send particulars nnd lowest price to IIEVKKIN OOTTEK. 20!) S. Glh, Phi la. JAMES S W A N N . R K l ' K K b K X T I N U TheBestLife Fire Insurance, DENTON, MARYLAND. For Sale, Five million (0,000,000) Tennessee Prolific Strawberry plants, at !?1.'25 per thousand. THOS. li.EVEUNGAM, 1-23-um. Concord, Md. Lumber and Building Material, Shipments made direct by vessel to all points on navigable water, to inland points by rail. Save Money by PurcliasiDg Direct from Manufacturers, North, Carolina Pine, Our Specialty! WE DEFY COMPET1TIOH IN CYPRESS SHIHGLES. Saw Mill Daily Capacity, 20,000 feet. Plaining Mill Daily Capacity, 40,000 feet. STATE AGENTS FOR V ^C^Correspondence solicited. Orders promptly filled. (DRAIN Vs/ANTED! H AVING connected myself with Messrs. GILL FISHER, Grain Exporters, of Baltimore, Md., and having control of the NEW GRAIN ELEVATOR at Queenstown, 1 am prepared to give IT^J-T--/--\i-r-i /^-N A d"C3" TT l f""lTP n-~C?. A T TCT tD_trXJ _L k_/-ca_C_tdL _C V_J-CO V-JTJTO-C2L-L. JJM at Queenstown and all Stations on the Queen Anne's Railroad, for account of the above-named firm. The following gentlemen have been appointed by me to buy and receive grain: M. M. Price, 'at Queenstown and Wye Mills Sta.; j. E. Bramble, at WillougTiby Sta.; W. F. Pennington, at Queen Anne and Hillsboro ; Eugene Lynch, at Downes Sta.; W. H. Anderson, at Denton; H. C. Hobbs, at Hobbs Sta.; W. R. Peters, at Hickman ; M. L. Blanchard, at Blanchard Sta. Bags furnished on application to any of the above-named gentlemen. Elevator accommodations at Queenstown will be extended to anyone desiring the same on payment of one- haH-cent per bushel for grain delivered by cars, and one-and- a-half cents per bushel by wagon delivery. Free Storage for ten days; one-quarter cent per bushel for each additional ten days or fractional part. A share of your patronage is earnestly solicited. D. SMITH for GILL FISHER. GOAUWOOD^HAY ' -·ix-tc- Thc p u b l i c will find constantly on Laud at tuy coal yard at Denton Bridge a full supply of coal, stove wood and baled hay, which I will deliver in any q u a n t i t y anywhere in town. Stove Goal, 2240 Lbs. Per Ton, $6.00 Egg, Chestnut, 5-75 STOVE WOOD BYTHE LOAD OR CORD HAY BY THE BULE 08 TOS, DELIVERED IF DESIRED. OYSTER SHELLS, GAS LIME, BRICKS AND LUMBER ALWAYS IN STOCK. Wharf for the use of the public f o r l n n d i n g or shipping all kinds of f r e i g h t . H a u l i n g - of all lands done at reasonable rates. L. B. TOWERS. Home Office, N. "W. Cor. Charles Lexington Sts., RESOURCES, June 29, 1695. Paid-up Capital .......................................... £7oO,000 00 Surplus ...................................................... 3t ),000 OQ Reserve llequircniciitand Undivided Profit 2 , 2£ ',767 30 $1J337,767 SO THE OLDEST AND STRONGEST SURETY COMPANY IN THESOU1*!. Becomes surety on bonds of Executors, Administrators, and in nil undertakings in Judicial Proceedings. Docs nothing to conflict with tho business of lawyers. Accepted by the\!nilc,d States Government as solo surety on bowds of every description. JJccomcs surely on bonds of Sheriffs. RcgUtors of Wills, Clerks of Courts, ColUiclort nnd other ollioiafs of States, Cities :uid Counties. Also on bonds of emit met ore and employes of Jianks, Mercantile Houses, linilroiut, Jixprcss and Telegraph Companies, and on those of Otliecrs of Fraternal Organizations. U K K M A 3 E. BOSIjKK, EDWIN AVARFtELD, SKCKKTARV AND TKEASUKKR. PRESIDENT For Eull Particulars Apply to BEWKESE ©WEBH3S, ATTOKSEYS-AT-LAW, . . . . DENTON. MAKYLAND. FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS I will have a large line of both GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES AT ALL PRICES, FROM $3.00 UP. well to call on me. having watches in need of repair will do T. W. SMITH, TSPAPER

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