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M E L V I N , STEELE A. JOHNSON, EDITORS A N D P R O P R I E T O R S . SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5 FARM CONVENIENCES. Can anil Be Made In Stormy \Vefttlier Are Useful at All Seasons. Farmers aud stockmen agree that stock ongbt to have either a quantity of salt iniugled in their feed or else fed to them direct. A writer In The Iowa SALT HOX FOB COWS AND HOUSES. Homestead who has experimented with several kinds of salt boxes gives the following illustrated description of one that is especially designed for horses and cows. The illnstration here reproduced requires but little explanation. It may be placed up against the fence or on the side of the bnru or shed. It is filled with salt, and an opening placed in the front as will be seeu from the sketch. The lid is bung on hinges and is kep6 weighed down, by an old horseshoe, which is for Inck. The stock soon learn to lift tip the lid and help themselves, anil as soon as they are done it will return to position again to exclude rain. This is a much better plan than to salt stock at stated periods, or, what is worse, semistated periods, or not at all. Another useful article seldom fonml on the farm is a wagon jaclc. Many farmers content themselves lifting their ·wagons, taking the wheels only partly off to grease, and often a good job of greasing cannot be done in this manner. A very convenient wagon jack is the subject of the second illustration, which the authority already quoted describes as doing its work in a satisfactory manner. Aii iron piece is made in the shape COSTVENTEXT TFAGOH JACK. shown in the cut, to put on the end of the lever to lift axles of three different heights. Instead of a ratchet there are hooka for the link to hitch in to hold the lever down while greasing is being done. Any farmer can make one of these without any outlay of money. Protecting Late Sown Grata. "We doubt whether it ia practically possible to protect late eown grain by any covering whatever in the 'climato of ·western New York," says American Cultivator. "H you have manure, however, that yon can spare to top dress the ' wheat after the ground has been frozen, that is another matter. The manure, unless in greater amounts than- we should advise for wheat, will amount to very little as protection. "What effect it will have is as manure after the growing season begins, and especially to make a vigorous clover growth for the young clover. Five or six loads per acia thinly spread will be, sufficient for this, and that of course means that much of the surface will have only a very small amount of manure on each of the 43,500 square feet surface that an iicro contains. "The notion that grain straw scattered over the fields will be of any benefit whatever is an absurdity. The straw cannot prevent the soil beneath it from freezing. Bat in spring it acts as a mulch just at the time when the young grain needs all the sunlight it can get to warm the soil. So the mulch in spring will do as much harm if not jnore.thau. it gave of benefit during the winter. In most cases, however, fall mulching with straw results in the straw being piled.next the fences by winds blowing across the fields. lu such case it does no good at any time and is - simply a waste of the straw." Den Davis Apple In Vermont. The Rural New Yorker says: "In our opinion it is a mistake to plant the Ben Davis apple in Vermont. Vermont cannot grow such large and highly colored Ben Bavis as they raise in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas, and that's the goods they have to compete with. But Vermont can grow Northern Spy and greenings, Famense aud Arctics as fine as anything in the world, and that · IB what Vermont growers ought to stick to. "With the competition which now exists in the apple business, and which is bound to grow sharper and sharper .every year, no one should dare go to the market with any fruit which is not the best of its kind. The best Ben Davis always brings a good price--more's the pity--bat we can't understand what ue ·Krald be made of a second class lieu Davis. Of conrso Verniontera pack first class Ben Davis, but they -ue second class compared with the Ozaik pack." Contrivances. ' One often sees about railway freight ·tations an affair similar to the one shown at Fig. 1 in the cut, but not having the convenient shovel handle. The ' lip of iron at the bottom is placed under the edge of a heavy barrel or box, the ·whole balanced over the small wheels and the whole easily wheeled away. The shovel handle makes the wheeling TWO USEFUL CONTRIVANCES, away much easier. Such a device will ,be found very usefnl on the farm. Make it of hard wood, with wide iron tracks. At Fig. 2 is shown an improved form of device for moving heavy bodies in the bouse or baru, stores being handled ·with special ease by the use of this lit- 1 tie platform on very low, broad castors. The rear end is so low as almot to touch the Jlcqr. Farm Journal, which originally illustrated both these articles, ' «ays, -"By tilting up the object to be moved and backing tbe platform in un- dtf it it can then be frbwlcd anywhere.", IF YOU SEE IT IN THE MOON, No Matter What It Is, Yon Will Have Sonic Sort of Luck. "If you see the new moon over your right sLoulder, it's good luck all the month," over the left shoulder being bad hick, of course. "If you meet the new moon face to faco with money i^i your pocket, you will have thai! kind of money in your pocket for a month," arid so on, this ]nst being taken from an old black letter treatise on "things worth knowing." Everywhere in the world the idea prevails among those who lack scientific training that anything falling to the lot of mnu when the moou is waxing will likewise increase, similarly decreasing while the moon wanes. The Hindoo troubled with warts looks at tho new moon, picks up a pinch of dust from benoath liis left foot, rubs the wart with it, and, when the moon goes, so does the wart. If. you fall ill, you can be cured by herbs gathered in the full of the moon. The Moslems in the kingdom of Oudh cure insomnia, palpitation of the heart, nervous prostration and similar evils by stationing tho sufferer with a basin of water in his hands in the light of the full moon in such a way that its refulgent image shines directly from the liquid into his eyes. Then, without moving his gaze, he ia required to swallow the water at a draft. In northern India the people lay out food in the full moon that comes in the mouths corresponding to our September and October, half of each, nnd give it to their friends as a means of insuring longevity. That same night tho girls pour water in the moonlight, saying they are getting rid of the cold weather. It was long ago noted that tho Yorkshire maids "do worship the new moon on their bare knees, kneeling upon an earth fast stone," and Lady Wilde says that the Irish damsels drop on their knees when they first catch eight of the new moon and say, "Oh, inoou, leave us us well as you found us I" Tn India the natives: take seven threads from the end of their turbans and give them to the new moon, with a prayer. The spots on the moon are caused by many persons or things. Sometimes it is a man with a fagot on his "back, sent thither for picking up sticks on the Sabbath. Chaucer calls him a thief and puts a thorn bush on his shoulders. Dante says it is no less a criminal than Cain. Shakespeare provides a dog to keep him company. Hindoos keop not a man, but a hare, in the moon, and the well known connection in the minds of the man of the moon and insanity may account for the statement regarding the March hare, and possibly the thorn bush may be the distinctive covering of the hatter. At any rate, this is as good guessing as a lot of the sun myth people have done, while Baring-Gould identifies the moon children, Bill nnd Hiuki of the northern mythology, with Jack and Gill of thenursury rhyme. The Greenland Eskimo belie res that the sun and moon were originally brother and sister. She, being teased by him past ordinary endurance, seized some lampblack and rubbed it on his face. Then she ran, her brother after. Finally she went so fast she rose up into the air and became the sun, while her sooty faced brother turned into the moon. In Samoa when a great famine oppressed- the people the moon rose one night, big and round, like a bread fruit. A patient mother, uu- able to quiet the pangs of hor little one, looked up and said, "Why don't you come down and let my baby have a bite of you?" This made the moon BO angry that she simply picked tip both mother and child, and they have been there ever since. All sailors are certain that sleeping in tropical moon rays will either make them cross eyed or blind. On the American vessel El Capitan a year or two ago a number of the crew, disregarding the advice of their fellows during a spell of hot weather, slept on the deck in the moonlight, and soon after wentcom- -pletely blind at night, though they could see as well in the daytime as ever. The Bkipper of the ship reported the occurrence, and with it made a statement to the effect that up to that time he had been a disbeliever in the so called moon blink. Paul Eve Stevenson reports that he, too, was hurriedly awakened on hia way to New York from the Bahamas with the assurance from the captain that all sorts of things would hap pen to him if he slept in moonlight. This is a disease unknown to medicine.--Chicago Times-Hern Id. KeconEtTuctlng the Face. Half a century ago a child with the most distressing facial deformities was allowed to grow up a dread to himself and an object of pity to all of his associates. It was not deemed possible to correct these ills --indeed, nobody gave it any thought. The wretched victim suffered out his miserable remnant of life, and that was all(hero was nbout it. Within the past few years a branch of surgery that is ot the utmost importance to humanity has been receiving careful attention, nnd as the urt of restoration stands at the present day, there i no excuse whatever for the hideous objects that wore formerly looked upon as incurable and therefore inevitable. All manner of changes are now mado in tho personal appearance. The harolip and distorted month are treated scientifically, and the face is restored to iis normal condition and even greatly improved by the operations which these blemishes render necessary. Crooked noses are straightened and ears that extend out from tho head are skillfully put to rights with the most astonishingly gratifying results, Flat, humped "or depressed noses are made symmetrical and even beautiful. Of course the treatment is more successful upon the young than when undertaken with those who have reached maturity, but even late in life it is quite worth while to have some of one's blemishes removed and to present to the world as good an appearance as possible.-New York Ledger. 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 vour 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, Trousers for $5, but as high-made as art and style can produce. Higher values if you want. Nothing ready-made. Will be glad to welcome any new-comers from your part of the country. Jctm. M. Koolor, Importer and Tailor, 5 N. Calvert Street, opp. Equitable Building. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. TV LBERT G. TOWERS, -Tl ATTOJIXEY-AT-LAW Denton, Maryland. TAMES N. TODD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, IJKNTON. MARYLAND. QHARLES E. McSHANE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 11KXTON, D P T. BOYER, ' CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, PKNTON. Ml. T717AI.TER SPARKLIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, MARYLAND. OFFICE WITH JAS. N. TODD. Es«j. A - BUTLER^ BICYCLE REPAIRER, DENTON Satisfaction sonnblo. guaranteed. Prices Rea- C 2(1 Gw QSCAR CLARK. Attorney-at-Luw, DENTON, MARYLAND. Collections and nil professional business [romplly.ntt0nled to. T7T7ILMER EMORY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Will practice also nnd Kent county. CKNTKEVILLE. Ml) in Caroline, Tnlbot jrr ALEX. IIUTSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DESTOX, MARYLAND. "Will practice is the courts of Caroline ·md adjacent counties. · T l P L I H Y FISHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, DENTON, MD. All business entrusted to receive prompt attention, ·luims » specialty. my care will Collection of H ARVEY L. COOPER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, MABY1AND. Close attention will bo given to all business entrusted to mv care. JOHN W. CLARK, JR. -A.VLction.eer, Box SS. Debtor),/«\irylir7l. Will sell property in Caroline or any of the adjoining comities. HEJ.RY K. LEWIS. WILURB t. WKST. LEWIS .6 WEST, A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W, DENTON, MD. \\ ill practice in the Courts of Carolina ''«!· otaud Queen Anne counties. Ds. ENOCH GEOHGF, DR. P. R. FISHER GEORGE FISHER, Physicians, Surgeons Gynecologists, DENTON, MARYLAND. Office at residence of Dr. Enoch George, Main Street. WM. II. DKWEESK. FRED K. OWKNE DETVEESE OWENS, Atto rn«ys-2vt- La v, DENTON, MD. Office in the Court House. Mortgages foreclosed, estates settled and prompt attention given to all business en trusted to us. "Will practice in the State and Federal Court. H. DJCVEKSE, State's Attorney for C.iroline county. PAINTER AND DECORATOR, . . . . DENTON, MD., Has had ton years' experience in tho cities of "Wilmington, Philadelphia and New York, and is now ready to make contracts and guarantees skillful work, fair prices nnd entire satisfaction DRS. W. T. L. D. KELLEY, - : DENTISTS: -MAIN OFFICE: EASTON, MAR\I.AND "Will practice at Preston on Mondays; Denton on Tuesdays; Federalsburg, second and fourth Thursdays ; Enst New Market, first and third Thursdays. Best work guaranteed. Gas administered. Fre?b Groceries. pjAVING restocked my GROCERY DEPARTMENT, I ,un now prepared to supply my customers and the p u b l i c generally w i t h e v e r y t h i n g in that line, fresh ami of the best quality. _ COFFT.K, HnnnnJ ( MEATS, banned { iTM$TM Ribbon? AND Ores? Tring My stock of t u p latter is very complete, and my lady t'nerids w i l l do well to call and e x a m i n e my floods before proing elsewhere. Spool Silks, Cotton. Gloves and Hosiery, and in fact a general l i n e of Notions. Drop in and see the stock. Oysters and Ice Cream, For a good Oyster Stew give us a call. Ice Cream w i l l also be served in season. Any q u a n t i t y supplied for f a m i l y nse w h e n desired, p at short notice. JULIA DAY, Successor to James WILT, BE FOUND A GOOD STOCK -OF -- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc., -- AT -J. M. BEA YEN'S, HILLSBOKO, MD. StocK of GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE You can also Gnd nt the L U IV! IB E R V A R ID Full s u p p l y o£ all Id nds of Lumber. Sawing and P l a n i n g d o n e at short notice. Ceiling, Flooring, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Windows, E.tc., always on band. F. W. R K D D E X . V. M O R l ' H Y REDDEN MURPHY, BUALERS IK 1'lKSt-CLASS B U I L D I N G MATERIALS, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, DENTON, MARYLAND. Prices on all goods warranted to ho as low ns thosp oflercd by city dealers. Mr. Murphy, a builder of long experience, will have charge of the practical work, and satisfaction guaranteed in every particular JAMES T, COOPER, Undertaker, Ebalner ud Cbiet Hake:, DENTON. MARYLAND. Years oi experience enables Mr. Cooper to insure entire satisfaction in every particular. His shop is always fully supplied with needed material and first-class workmanship is guaranteed. Bsta.Tslisii.eia. 13-5^3=. Frank G. Boltoa. ' LeeB. Bolton. BOLTON BROS. PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. ' PRIZE MEDAL "^Z PAINTS, El»ii}«, tb« FiinjHy Saf«$uar4OlI r Machinery Oils, Tar, Oakum and Pitch. ENGINEERS', MACHINISTS, Steamship and Railway Supplies, 418, 420, 422, m E. PEATT ST., Wanted, One Caroline County Slap as siirvoycd by Snulsbury. Suite price, and address, AV. B. COTTER, 20!) S. Sixth St, Philadelphia, Pn. Notice to Growers, AVe arc ready to contract for Tomatoes on Saturday nftcinoon of civ h \\cek dur inc; February. Our contract piico for 1898 will be six dollars per ton. G. T. REDDEN CO. For Sale, Llojd'Strawberries, the most prolific and popular to dnto, plants for sale at less thai) half market price. H. W. VIVEN, 1 29 8 liridgovillc, Dol, REGISTERED PHYSICIAN, Twenty-five years' experience P Specialist in Diseases of Women E only. Private Sanitarium of high Wrepute Absolute privacy aflord- ,' cU. Female Regulative Pills $2.00 _ ______ per box. Advice by mail. (603 !i«ST BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. Vegetable Coin pound for Female Coin plni ills, $1 Wives without Children consult me. Farms Wanted, Have purchasers ready for cheap fnrms. Anyone desiring to sell, send particulars and lowest price to HEVEUIN COTTET?. 200 S. 6th, Phila. GOODS! OW PRICES! We have just opcnod a largo invoice of SPJI1NG GOODb, and H beUei collection from winch lo choose Ii.i 5 n e v e r been of- feietl in Denton. To be nppiccialtiJ it must be seen. Tour inspection ib nn itoil. Tbe prices will be a wry starlliug fci- lurc of the balce here for the n c \ t t h i r t y dnyi, and b u \ cu w ill do well to note them. How would sonic of these stiikc ^ou .' Percale, tbe regular 12o. k i n d , our price, w h i l e it lasts only 8c. A better gradu .it 12c. 5 :nl Ge. »ml fancy Calicoes, Blue and Light 3u»i!rii'.. Oe. Piints. plain Pique Remnants, 10c,, the rcinilnr lie. kind. from 3c Ginghams, Lawns, regular price 12o., our price, lOc. Wo li!i\e nn evci'llent assortment of these. Table-Cloth, choice quality Irish Linen, 50c. per yard. Pantaloon Goods at A arious prices. Sl.OO 81113 run lings nt 80e. A. E. COOPER UHO., Dcnton, Md. ^BALTIMORE. D O O R S BLINDS AND A LL BuiLDERS G O O D CHEAP - PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH HORSE-SBOER, DENTON, MD. I shall constantly k. - cp on hand a full assortment of Iron and Steel for all kinds of Farm and Wagon Work. I can furnish you all sixes of new wheels and axles, and best classes of*horsc-shocs at short notice. Igiiarantee nil material nnd work at lowest prices to suit the hard times. Shop on Third St., opposite Livery Stable. Give me a trial. JOHN J. BARNES. FOR SALE AT PRIVATE SALE! Three small farms, all nd,oining each other, lying on tho county road leading from Bridgetown to Groensborongh, about two miles from tho former and four miles fro ui the latter place, known as the " /Vlorjzo Farirj," containing 76, 85 and 61 AGUES, respectively The first two have buildings on them; the other is unimproved. TKKMS ·EASY. Possession January 1st next. Call on or address, S A M U E L E . HILL, 200 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Aid. Or to HEN KYB. LEWIS. 10 2 tf Attorney, Dcnton, Md. TREES ^PLANTS . The leading varieties of Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherries, Small Fruita, etc.. for sale by JS. G. GELLETLY CO., WIT.l.IRTON. MIX JAMES T. MORRIS, (KiDGKLT', MD.) WteGhrriilit anJ'Blactsiitl, AND EXPERIENCED HORSSEHOER. In rll brunches of my business I guarantee satisfaction. In horseshoeing I have the endorsement of best veterinarians JAMES T. MORRIS. For Sale, In .Ridgely, Md,, three building lots, adjoining--one a corner lot--bountiful location. Apply to T. AV. SMITH, 1-1-1 mo. Kidgciy, Md. For Rent for 1898, A nice 8-room dwelling, with necessary ottbmldings and good water, situated on Main street, in Dcnton. Also H good sdible with cnrriaqe-house, in East Dontou. Apply to J. D. DpWNKS, Denton National Bank. 3NId M0113A H9HI JL33dJ-S J.H9I1 2 NU01S 'd '039 SUIJOOI J OUI£ MOH9 UOU1UI09 A LARGE LOT OF GOLDEN IRISH THREAD. --AT THI:-- BURRSYILLE HARDWARE STORE. All si/.es of Cook Stoves, from the smallest No. 7 to the largo-t No. 9. lluntini; Stoves of all kinds suitable lor Parlors, Sit ting Kooms, Dining llooins, lied liooms, Churches, School Houses, Offices, cti 1 . Si.\ kinds of Double Heaters. The best Ranges that arc made. Large lot of FURNITURE CLOVER AUD TIMOTHY SEED. Headquarters for Drivo-vcll Material, Plows, "Wheelwright nnd Blacksmith Supplies, Building Hardware, Carriage, "Wngnn, Cart and Plow Harness, Paints and Oils, Tinware, Him)ess and Shoe Leather, Washing 3In- clnncs, Belt Lacins;, and Steam Packing, ra: rra WITH I have ft large stock of Barbed Wire Cable Wire Buckthorn and llibbon Fencing, Poultry Netting, e. TILGHMAN HARVEY, Burrsrille. Md. S. DNDERTAKERSEMBALMERS AMD FUNERAL DIRECTORS, DENTON, MARYLAND. Twenty years of experience enables us to insure entire satisfaction in every particular. Our shops are fully supplied with needed material, and first-class workmanship is guaranteed. Is your Home, Furniture, Grain, Live Stock, or otber Property Insured Against Loss by FIREORLIGHTNING? If not, if you will apply to one of the Agents of tl o OF DOVER. DEL. you can obtain insurance nt low rules. The Company is Mutual, nnd you will only pay wEatthc insurance costs, as any amount m EicessofCost Willbe Retaeil in Dividends or at termination of policy. "Wil. DENNY, Secretary. R. FLTTMMEK, Agont, J. B. FLETCHER. « Greensboro. Preston. HUSH enters the water with stronger claims and backing to substantiate Vjf its superiority than in any previous \car Our snUs on this thread more than doubled ln?t jc'ir. GOT.DBX IKISH THHK.M) has met with stronger apposition in the Clioptiink Rivei t h a n any brand ever placed there. How has it succeeded in tlieflght, manned by us 7 It h.is narrowed the sales of other brands of thread on this, water down fully one-half, and tlie close of li?OS will largely reduce this half, for orders on Shad Seines ,ire already coming in and being booked for 1893. A multitude of figh- eriin-M will u«c GOLBKN IRISII this Spring who did not do so last, because of its fine ontcliini; qualities, established and strengthened last year, to tbeir entire satisfaction. Our challenge still stands and will extend through the season of 1898: "That we will m CObt no matter at what are still the t i l v-i Jt*.i i ^ n i^u C L I I I iitiinv*o iii 11.1 w i n u.t iiuiiu bin isu^M biiu ai'ii^U 1 !! \Ji atch this thread against any other brand (silk excepted) made, st, for strength, durability and tish catching qualities." Chunge in the tahn" has aftected tho price of thread slightly, but we pioneers of low prices, as the following will show: Shad Seines, rdady-knit, perfect work guaranteed, out of 60 2-cord Golden Thread, at Si.83 per pound. No slips iind pertect knots. Baltimore liO--our No. 35--2-cord thread in * pound balls, $1.25 per Ib. ANY LENGTH, DEPTH, OB SIZE OF MESH FURNISHED, varying by one-sixteenth of an incn. Irish To avoul any disappointment, let us have your orders early, and we will knit the tomes tmd put them away until you want them; nothing is gained by delay. You are cither going to fish or you are not. Don't forget our Hanging Lines;,.no boiling, dragging or living: simply cut fron the coil and lac« in. Guaranteed to neither kink nor twist All coinmunicatiors by mail promptly attended to. Give postoffice address in all letters. On all orders give length, depth, and size of mesh, tlrelch measure. Kespectfully, W. J. BLACKISTON, Denton, Maryland. THOMAS H. MITCHELL, MANUFACTURER OF , Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Newels, Hand Rails, Cabinet Mantels, Balusters, Etc. |®~Ksti!ii:Ucs Promptly Furnished on all binds of Building Material. T. H. EVANS COMPANY, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 214 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 8@?"Frints and Vegetables; Jfarylar-d Peaches and Sweet Potatoes. COAUWOpD^HAY The public w i l t find constantly on hand at my coal yard at Denton Bridge a full supply .of coal, stove wood and baled hay, which I will- deliver in auy q u a n t i t y anywhere in town. Stove Goal, Egg, Chestnut., 2240 Lbs. Per TOD, $6 .co 5.75 5-75 STOVE WOOD BYTHE LOAD OR CORD HAY BY TPK BALE OR TON, DELIVERED IF DESIRED. OYSTER SHELLS, GAS LIME, BRICKS AND LUMBER ALWAYS IN STOCK. "Wharf for the use of the public for landing or shipping all kinds of freight. Hauling of all kinds doue at reasonable rates. L. B. TOWERS. Tbonrjas Carrrjiiye, COSTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Ridgely, Maryland. Contracts taken in Caroline and adjoining counties. Thirty-three years experience. Plans and specifications cheerfully furnished. Best of references from Caroline, Tnlbot and Dorchester counties. JAMES SWANN. RKPRESKNTINO The Best Life Fire i nsurance, DENTON. MARYLAND. For Safe, Five mill.on (6,000,000) Tennessee Prolific Strawberry plants, nt $1.25 per thousand. THOS. II EVKUNGAM, 1-23-Gm. Concord, JId. Cut this out lor Future Reference, Buy Your H O R S E S AT KING'S MARYLAND SALE BARN, AUCTION SALES Monday, Wednesday and Friday Throughout the yc-nr. "VVc deal in nil kinds, from the very bcstto the very cheapest. 400 HEAD of Horses. Mnres and Mules, always on hand. Visit us, it will pny you. PRIVATE SALES EVEKY DAY. FULF, LINK OK GOOD TIMES ARE HERE AGAIN I At this season of the everybody's aim to year, when it is SAVE MONEY we have come to help you hy oH'ering you prices'in For Rent, Dr. P. S. Reynolds' Cannery, at Queon Anne Station, near Hillsboro, nnd lately occupied by Swing Bros., of Ridgely. For furtherparticulars apply to jo: 1 2 9 3 HN H. HOLT, Cordova, Md. JAMES KING, Prop'r, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 16 N. HIGH STREET, Near Baltimore St., one square from Baltimore Street bridge. BALTIMOKE, MD. Plymouth Rocks, Pure-bred Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels for Mile. H. C. FISHKR, 1 15 3t Donton, Md. that ·will surprise you, and also j u s t i f y you to buy, as we must have room for SPRING GOODS! i WE ARE OFF8BINQ SURPRISING BARGAINS in Dry Goods, Hats, Men's nnd Ladies' Coarse and Fine Foot-wear, and also n Full and Complete lino of Notions. C01IE AND GET THE BENEFIT OF THE TIMES. . BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORE, RIDGELY, MD. 33. Subicribe for the JOURNAL. $1.09. Home Office, N. W. Cor. Charles Lexington Sts., RESOURCES, June 2», I«»S. Paid-up Capital ......................................... $750,00000 Surplus ...................................................... Sf ),000 00 Ueserve Requirement and Undivided Profit;, 2£ ',767 50 - o -- - $1,337,767 80 THE OLDEST AND STRONGEST SURETY COMPANY IN VHESOUin. Becomes study on bonds of Executors, Administrators, and in all undertakings in Judicial Proceedings. Docs nothing to conflict with the business of lawyers. Accepted by the United States Government as sole surety on bonds of every description. Becomes surety on bonds of Sheriffs. Registers of Wills, Clerks of Courts, Collector and other ofHcinls of States, Cities and Counties. Also on bonds of contractor! and employes of BHII)^ Mercantile Houses, Railroad, Express aud Telegraph Companies and on those of Officers of Fraternal Organizations. HERMAN 7 15. BOSLER, EDWIN WARF11LD, SECBKTAK-V AND TREASURER. PHKSIDXMT For Full Particulars Apply to DEWEESE OWENS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, - DENTON. MARYLAND. FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS I will have a large line of both GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES AT ALL PRICES, FROM $3.00 UP. arsons having watches in need of repair will do well to call on me. T. W. SMITH, RWqely, JEWS PA PER I -IWSPAPKR!

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