Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland on March 12, 1898 · Page 4
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Denton, Maryland
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MELVIN, STEELE JOHNSON EDITORS A N D P R O P R I E T O R S . SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1898 LIQUID MANURE. flow It Is Applied Iii Holland to 1'crma- iicnt Metulows. The permanent meadows of Holland are qnito generally fertilized with liquid inaimre. Not only the uriue, but niucb of the solid e.xcrenieiit is mixed with water till it flows readily and is sprinkled on tbe grass land. Thu Hollanders have rectangular tanks mounted oil four wheels iu which to draw the liquid iimunro to tho field. Iu tho cut lioco reproduced from JRurdl .Nov.- Yorker is shown oiie of these mounted tanks with sprinkler. A sloping platform is built out behind abont ihreo feet and extends to either side somewhat past tho wheels. A hole about six or eight inches square is cut iu the rear end of the tank, so as to dis- eiiarga tho liquid on to tbe sloping platform, and is closed by a sliding gate operated by a lever near the driver's seat. The platform has a number of clouts nailed on it, radiating away from the opening in tbe tank in snob a way that tbo stream of liquid, manure, ns it flows over it, is divided and subdivided till it falls on tbe ground in quite n number of -streams, effectually sprinkling tbe area passed over by the sloping platform. Iu this apparatus there are no pipes to clog. If anything should lodge at the gate, it is opened wider for M SPK1N-KLER FOI? LIQUID MANURE. an instant, and all obstructions are washed away. The rate of application is controlled by raising tbe gate little or much. A pail with a long handle ftts- tened to it iu the form of a large dipper is used for filling the tank. A writtr in the journal alluded to says that a large boat pnmp may -work belter for filling i~e tank thai] the pail dipper, but he double if a better rig can - be found for distributing liquid manure 1 than the one described. Wluro the laud is not level it is necessary to 'rivo cli- . rectly up and down tho grado while sprinkling to prevent more of tbe liquid going to one side than 'the other. The ·writer qnoted says: "It is doubtful whether the system of "liquid inauuriug is economical. No doubt grass hinds will respond to this treatment admirably ; but, us much water must be added to the urine to prevent rapid decomposition if held for a time and to keep it from iiijuriuy tho foliage \vheu applied, tho labor of biiudliug becomes as great as or greater than it wonld bo were ab- Eorbcnts used to take up the liquid es- cremeu t. Setting a Cranberry Hog. Enral New Yorker s:iys: The requisite for u cranberry bog is a low, moist soil which cuu be drained, and at the sauie time bo so arranged that by closing the gates in tbo drainage ditch it can be flooded when desired. Such laud is -usually marshy or swampy in its natural state, sometimes covered with a scrubby growth of trees and moro or less bogs and hummocks. Tho iirst thing to do is to ditch the ground, lending all tho side ditches into one main ditch which can be fitted with a gato at its outlet, so that the water may be allowed to rim, or be stopped at will, to flood tha bog. Then the bogs, trees and in fact nearly the whole surface must be grubbed out and cleaned off. This process is caL'ccl turfing, and sometimes costs several hundred dollars per acre. Sometimes aii old mill pond is used, and then there is very little clearing to . be done. After the turfiug tho surface · is covered with several inches of bund. The vines to bo planted should be healthy and thrifty. They are cut to six or "eight inches in length and are then trodden well iuto the sand. Little after cultivation is required. Sorne- . times a site intended for a bog is flooded with water for two or three years to kill tha vegetation, as this is cheaper than turfing, bnt it takes a longer time. Stunt In Oats. 1 At, the Geneva (N. Y.) station esperi- merits wero tried in treating seed oats to prevent smut. Tests wore made with hot water, csres powder, lysol, formalin and potassitrn sulphide. When soaked in a solution of lysol or formalin for one honr, srnut was prevented. Sprinkling the aeed grain with solutions of these chemicals reduced the 'proportion of smut, bnt did not entirely destroy it. The cost of material for treating seed with the formalin solution was 3^ cents per acre, aud this has given excellent results. It is reported that Trenton will have a large pickle factory "if the Mercer county farmers can be induced to raise cncnmbcTS instead of trying to compote with western farmers in raising corn and grain." UaukH as Speaker. N. P. Banks as speaker of the house waa simply magnificent. He was the beau ideal of a parliamentarian in form, voice and action. "Sunset" Cox once said that "Banks' methods in presiding wero like the music of the spheres." His voice rang out amid the wildest commotion and order instantly prevailed. -- Chicago News. - There is at least one. law in Hungary which might be copied by other countries of the world. This is the prohibition applied to cripples and people who are defornied'eiiough · to offend the'public eye from selling' papers on the public thoroughfares. In addition 'children under 14 may * not toe employed in the trade BOY CHOIRS. Difficulties Iii Train luff Tlmt Sucgeg School For Choir Masters. George J. Brewer, who was · member of a boy choir in EugJanc when he was 7 years old, and \vh for many years has been a traine of boy choirs in England, Germany and America, says that there is i prejudice against such choirs in thi country for which there is gooi ground. In Tho Church Economic ho says: "The choirs are termed harbh ii vocal effort, insufficient in culture incapable of the spirit of true worship and chnrchliuess, while th boys' voices are termed immature This feeling is almost entirely du to the woeful lack of educated boj choir masters--men who understan boy nature and the boy's voice Many capable choir masters whc have come to much success with the adult voice ruin the boy's voice bj training it by adult methods. "Thecultivation of theboy'svoio is a special art, and a most delicati one. Case after case has come t{ my notice of choir masters, with lit tie or no knowledge assuming di rection of a boy choir. Tho newly engaged choir master may be an ad mirable organist--ouco in awhile a capable boy choir master--but how rarely is he both! This state of at' fairs is not entirely due tooversigh or ignorance. Thirty years ago there was but one boy choir in New York city, and GO years ago the fea tore was a rarity in England. The innovation would seem to have been a curse as well as a blessing. In America the average country towi cannot afford to Lire boy choristers or, as is more often the case, boys with good voices are not to bo had. In the suburban town the boy choii is received with fair favor, as a rule, and in the city there is abundanl opportunity for well organized and well trained choirs. There is wealth of material from which to choose and a wide open purse with which to procure that material. So it is small wonder that the opulent Episcopal churches in New York city, with their daily rehearsal, have notable choirs. "In England no choir master is considered capable who has not long been lender the shadow of a church as a chorister. In America the records of the choir masters are scant indeed. What is needed is a choir masters' school--rathor a boy choir masters' school. "Now as to the grade of music sung by tlie average American boy choir; it is too often the up to date, 'modern' church music, anthems in particular. Some of these are unspeakably crude and uuchurchly and insult the sanctuary in which they are sung. How many parishioners are even superficially acquainted with the glorious compositions of the old masters of church music--Purcell, Crotch and a dozen others! I have brought to a perfect test in my own choir the efficacy of the work of these old composers. Their compositions are-not beyond the scope of the boy choir. It is all a matter of constant and unremitting training. Again, the chanting of the psalms, in itself a difficult Heat, by whatever method of pointing, is often disregarded, producing the most wretched results, whereas all that is needed is careful training at every rehearsal. My boys chant any psalm at sight, meroly because of endless going over at the rehearsals, held not every day, but three times a week. "The boy choir is essentially'suit- ed to the rendering of church mnsic, and, in my judgment, is to bo preferred, to an adult quartet or chorus. Boy choirs in this country are growing in number, and, alas, their merit is not growing in proportion! The almost appalling question. What then 5 cannot be answered. "Tho boy choir master must be the most tactful kind of a disciplinarian. There is everything in securing a refined class of boys. The choir must have a distinct moral tone, and that once gone there is little hope. The outsider little appreciates the task of keeping up the given standard which the successful choirmaster must constantly impose upon himself. If the better class of lads are secured, they may or may not be amenable. They do not work so heartily for the pay given as do the poorer boys, but, on the other hand, they are more likely to reverence the sanctuary.-" f --.. _._ ..... ·- Envy. First Fisherman--Wot was the lady saying to yer, Billy i Second P.--Wants to paint my picter. Never knowed I was so 'andsome afore I First F.--Thought I had seen 'er somewheres! That's Mine. Toosoo. Wants yer in wax for the chain her o' 'errors!--London Fun. The Antiquity of Wigs. A passage in Polybins has been cited to prove that Hannibal wore a wig. Wigs were probably invented about the time of the first Roman emperors, for we are told that Otho had a scalp of fine leather with locks of hair upo'u it so well arranged ua to seem natural. Uncut liuok Leaves. To cut the leaves of a book of, say, 400 pages properly requires at least 15 minutes. They have a sort of guillotine in binderies which will do it much better than the ordinary reader can, and do it in 15 seconds. If a thousand persons read the uncut copies, here is a clear waste of 10 hours, plus the indolinito time taken up in hunting for a paper cutter. Paper cutters, as is well known, have mysterious elusive powers of burrowing under papers or hiding in books. Consequently a hairpin or even the finger is used, to the consequent defacement of thopagefc. The only use of nncut leaves is to impart a sort of literary air to the reader who 1 uses a paper cutter on tho piazza of a summer hotel. Perhaps it may servo as a check on a reviewer who cannot read a book tvithout cutting the leaves, but oven he might cut the leaves without reading the book. Publishing books w i t h unciit leaves is a silly homage to antiquity, and is n fashion without an excuse, unless indeed the book ie unbound. QUICK CURE FOR * COUGHS AND COLDS, PYNY-PECTORAL The Canadian Remedy lor all THROAT Mi LUNG AFFECTIONS. LAROB BOTTLES. 25 CTS. · DAVIS LAWRENCE CO., Lim., PROP'S PERRY DAVIS' PAIH-KILICH. FOR SALE BY IDealers, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 7JLBERT C. TOWERS, -TX ATTOKNlSY-AT-l.AIV Denton. Maryland. TAMES N. TODD, ATTO R N EY-AT-LAW, UENTIJX, pHARLES E. McSHANE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1ENTON, MAKVLAND T. BOYER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, DKNTOTJ, BID. T71T ALTER SPARKLIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, UKNTON, MAKYI..-VSD. OFFICK WITH JAS. N. TODD. ESQ. QS,CAR CLARKTM Attorn«y-»t-Luu , 1JKNTON, niAKYLANl). Collections ami nil profession!)! business promptly attended Lo. T/T7ILNIER EMORY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CKNTKKVI.LI.B, Ml) "Will practice also in Caroline, Tnlbot and Kent county. TIT ALKX. IIUTSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, , MARYLAND. "Will practice is the courts of Caroline and adjacent counties. 1 1 PLINY FISHER, · ATTORNEY-AT-LA II', DKNTON, MD. All business entrusted to my cnro will receive prompt attention. Collection of claims a specialty. J J A R V E Y L. C O O P E R . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, MARYLAND. Close attention will be given to oil business entrusted to mv cure. JOHN W. CLARK, JR. Box 66. -A.ia.ctio33.eer, Deqiop, Will sell properly in Caroline or any of the adjoining counties. HK.NHV R. L1-,\V1S. \V1I.LAHD E WEST. LEWIS WEST, A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W, DENTON, MD. Will practice in the Courts of Caroline Talbotand Queen Anne counties. Money to Loan, $30,000 to loan on iirst mortgage. WILMER EM OKI", Altorncy-nt-Lnw, Baltimore, Mel. Corner Fayotte nnd North Sts. DR. KNOCH GI:ORGK, Dn P. R I-'ISIIKK. GEORGE FISHER, Physicians, Surgeons Gynaecologists, DENTON, MARYLAND. Office sit residence o£ Dr. Enoch weorge, Main Street.- WM. II. DEWEKSE. KttED 1{. OWKNS DEWEESE OWENS, /Vttori^ys-at-La w, DENTON, MD. Office in tho Court House. Mortgages foreclosed, estates settled and srompt attention given to all business en trusted to us. . "Will practice in the State and Federal Jourt. "Wsi. H. DKWEESE, State's Attorney for Caroline county. PAINTER AND DECORATOR, ' . . . . DENTON, MD., Has had ten years' experience in the cities of Wilmington, Philadelphia and Now York, and is now ready to make contracts ind guarantees skillful work, fair prices uid entire satisfaction DRS. W. T. L. D. KELLEY, : DENTISTS: MAIN OFFICE: EASTON, M A R Y L A N D "Will practice at Preston on Mondays; Jen ton on Tuesdays; Fcderalsburg;, second and fourth Thursdays; East New Harkct, first nnd third Thursdays. Best work guaranteed. Gas administered. DRJNNAGIERING REGISTERED PHYSICIAN, j Twenty-five years' experience. f Specialist in Diseases of Women only. Private Sanitarium oMiigli repute. Absolute privacy nflbrd- ed. Female Rcgutetlve PHIs t.'.OO per box. Advice by mail. 603 EAST BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. 'gctable Compound for Female Complaints, $1 Wives, without Children consult me. COSTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Ridgely, Maryland. Contracts taken in Caroline and ncljoin- ng counties. Thirty-three years exper- cnce. ' Plans and specifications cheerfully urnished. Best of references from Caroine, Till bo t and Dorchester counties. JAMES SWANN. ItEPRESKNTINU he Best Life Fi re I nsuranee, DKNTON, MAHVLAND. Groceries? PJAYING restocked my DUPARTJLJJXT, L am now pro par ed to s u p p l y my c u s t o m e r s and th public goiicrjilly w i t h e v e r y t h i n g it that l i n e , fresh a n d of the best qua! -"ICATS. /Innnnil S -"ICA wnned j yj» i 'OFI''KK, Notion?, Ribbon? AMD Dreyy Trirorrjipq? My stoclc of t h e latter is very com plcte, and my lady Cncnils w i l l th well to call and e x a m i n e my good before g o i n g elsowhot'o. Spool Silks Cotton. Gloves and Hosiery, and ii fact a general l i u c of Notions. Dro] in and sec the stook.- Oysters and Ice Cream, For a good Oyster Stew give us : call. Ice Cream w i l l also be servec in season. A n y q u a n t i t y supplier for f a m i l y use w h e n desired. " * a t short notice. . JULIA DAY, Successor to _Jarrj«s ParK- I* 1 1 ALL M WILL DB 1TOUND A GOOD STOCK -- OF -- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Etc., --AT-J. M. BBA YEN'S HILLSBORO, MD. Larqe StocK of GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE You can also find at the LUMBER Y A R i D Full supply of all kinds of L u m b e r Sawing: and Planing- d o n e at short notice. Ceiling, Flooring, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Windows, Etc., always on b a u d . F. W. KKDDEK. V. V. MUBl'HI REDDEN £ MURPHY, BKALEKS IN FIHST-CI.ASS B U I L D I N G MATERIALS -- A X D -- CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, DENTON. M A R Y L A N D . Prices on all goods warranted to be n low ns tlioso offered liy city dealers. Mr Murphy, n builder of long experience, wil liave charge of the practical work, an satisfaction guaranteed in every particular Frank C. Bolton. Lee B. Bolton BOLTON BROS PAIMTS, OILS AHD GLASS. PRIZE MEDAL KZX PAINTS Machinery Oils, Tar, Oafcum and Pitch ENGINEERS', MACHINISTS, Steamship and Railway Supplies 418,120,123, 424 B. PRATT ST., Farms Wanted, Have purchasers ready for cheap farms Anyone desiring to sell, sund particulars aiul lowest prico to HEVEKIN COTTER. 200 S. 6th, Pbila. To Tomato Growers, I am now re:idy to make contracts for tomatoes for next season, at$G.OO per ton II. A. ROE. 2-2C] Denton, Md. Notice to Growers, We arc ready to contract for Tomatoes on Saturday afternoon of ench week dur ing February. Our contract puce lot 1808 will bo six dollnrs per ton. G. T. K B D D E N CO. For Sale. House, furniture, nnd two lots adjoining M. E. Church piopcrty, Kidgely, Md Inquire nt the Jurrel! House, or nddrcss IK A L. GUILFO11D, 220 N. Eutiiw St., Baltimore, Md. For Sale, Five million (5,000,000) Tonnc$=co Prolific Strawberry plants, nt 91.23 por thousand. THOS. H, JGVKBX15A.M. 1-23-jni. Concord, jMd. YOU ARE INVITED. For Sale. Lloyd Strawberries, tho most prolific nd popular to date, plants for sale at less lan half market price. H. W. VI YEN, 20 8 Bridgoville, Del, For Rent for 1898, A nice 8-room dwelling, with necessary ttbuildings and good water, situated on Main street, in Denton. Also a good stable with carriage-house, i East Donton. Apply to · J. "D. DOWNES, Denton National Bank. Subscribe for the JOURNAL $1.00. 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, 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. Jclm M. 2£eeler, 5 N. Calvert Street, opp. Equitable Building, 1VT EW GOODS! OW PRICES! We h n v p just opened a l.irsjo invoice ol SJ'UING GOODS, iind ;i better collection from which to choose 1m-- n e \ e r been offered I" Di'iilon. To be appreciated it must bu soon. Your inspection is invited. Tho pricus w i l l be a vtTy startling feature of the .«nlo= here for tho no.\t iliirty days and bin ers will do well to note them. How uould some of these strike von? Percale, the legular 12c. k i n d , our price, while it lusts, only 8c. A butter grade Jit \'2c. Calicoes, a ami lie. U l u e and Lisj;lit Punts plain and I'aiR'V de-ign-, oc 1 . Pique Remnants, 10c,, the regular loo. k i n d . from 5c. up. Ginghams, Lawns, regul.u prico llic.; our price, lOc. We li.ivc 11 n ext'pllcnt assortment of these. Table-Cloth, choice quality Irish Linen, 50c. per yard. Pantaloon Goods at various prices. fl.OC Smyrna lings at SOc. A . E . C O O P E H I3KO., Doiiton. Xd. Farriers # Increase Your Income By Doubling ^ Your Crops Without Increasing Tb* Labor of Cultivation. Vfoat !s B«tt«r than Going to tbe A Liberal Application of BAINBRIDGE LAND LIME on Your Corn 115 cflcct on llio soil is inosl remarkable and satisfnctory Geologist!, declare tlint the Uninbridse Uincslonc are the "purest Carbonate of I.iine ever discovered. 100 dinners saved from the sheriff last year liy using liainbridce Land I.iine. Kcniein- ber, liiiiltlintr lime is not suitable Tor land. We burn nothing: but land lime at our llninbridge Works. I-'or prices, address our General Sales Atronts lor Caroline, O U K K N KE1)I»J£X, - DUN TON, M!. TIIOS A.S9IIT11, - KIDGKLV, .Ml). T. C. 1IAOKKTT, - OUI:I:N ANNI:, Ml). WJIIGIITSVir.I.U OMK CO., TA. To tbe Ladies: It is n genuine pleasure to us to call your attention to the fact that we've just ndded to our Corset Department the celebrated -101 F. P. Corset. Por wear, lit and clurnbilily this corset h:is no cqunl, and it imparts to tliu weaiei tliomos-t gnu et'nl ti«;iire. J t \\ o u 1 tl pleatc us very much to have you call at our store nnd take n pair home with JOH nnd after two weeks' trial if it is not the most satisfactory corset you hivo over worn, \vc w i l l gladly refund to you your purchase money. Piuci: is HUT Si.00 PER PAHS. Yours sincerely, J. IT. NICHOLS SON. Dento:;, Md. LONGMAN MARTINEZ . SOLD UNDER GUARANTEE. ACTUALCOST LESS THAN $1.25 PERGAt W. E.--BROWN, - - DENTON, MD., SOI.K AGKNT. TO OWE AND ALL "Who wish to purchase for 1898 NEW BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES /heap for Ctith, I can offer special inducc- iients. Consult early with or write to 2 12 i DESTOJT, MARYLAND. For Sale, Two hundred thousand (200,000) Cold IVaine Cabbage Vlants, at §2.00 per thous- nd. Orders by mail will receive prompt ttention. Address, E. J. STEELE, 3 4 ^Henderson, Md. sooud j o g i sepisao juajjsoxg o^ TiaA MDHI J.33HXS iHOH ®m MO}{3Jl UOUIUIOQ A LARGE LOT OF --AT T H E -- BURRSYI LE HARDWARE STORE. All sixes of Cook Stovos. from tho smallest No. 7 to tlic huguit No. !). Ilcnlmg Stoves of all k i n d s suitable foi Parlors, Sit ting Room?, Dinin_s; Rooms, Hud Room*, Churches, School Houses, Olliccs, etc. Six kinds of Double Heaters. The bost Ranges that HIT made. Large lot of FURNITURE CLOVER AHD TIMOTHY SEED. Headquarters for Drive-well, Plows, "Wheelwright and Blacksmith Supplies, Building Hai'dware; Carriage, "Wasjwi, Cart and Plow Ilarnc's, Paints .ind Oils, Tinware, Harness and Shoe Leather, "Washing 3Ia- chincs, Belt Lacing, and Steam Packing. TWELVE MS FILLED WH QODS! I linvp a large stock of Barbed Wire Cubic Wire Buckthorn and Itibbon Fencing, Poultry Netting, c. TILGHMA!* HARVEY, Ihirrsville. Md. S. KlQWIE!LL UNDERTAKERSTEMBALMERS AHD FUNERAL BISECTORS, 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 other Property Insured Against Loss by FIREORLIGHTNINGP If not, if you will apply to ono of tho Atrents of the OF DOVER, DEL. you can obtain insurance at low rates. The Company is Mutual, and you will only pny what the insurance costs, iis any amount in EicessofCost Willbe Returned iu Dividends or at termination of policy. WM. DENNY, Secretary. R. PLUMMER, Agnnt, Groeniboro. J. B. FLETCHER. '" Preston. GOOD TIMES ARE HERE A G A I N ! At this season of t'le year, when it is everybody's aim to SAVEMONEY we have come to help yoti h\ offering you prices in P»LOJFl'N'Cf that will surprise you, and also jii=tify yon to buy, as we must have room for " SPRINGGOODS! Wn A R K O V K K R I N G S U R P R I S I N G BARGAINS n Dry Goods, Hats, Men's and LadiuV Coarse and Vine Foot-wear, and also H Full and Complete liuu of Notions. !03tE AND GET THE B E N E F I T OF THE TIMES. GOAUWOOD^HAY Tlie public will 2nd constantly ou baud at my eofi! yard at Denton Bridge a full supply of coal, stove wood and baled hay, which I will deliver in any quantity a n y w h e r e in town. Stoxr© CoaJ, 2240 Lbs. Per Ton, $6.00 ^m®* « . . . 5.75 5-75 --o- STOVE WOOD BYTHE LOAD OR CORD MY BY THE BALE OR TON, DELIVERED IF DESIRED. OYSTER SHELLS, GAS LIME, BRICKS AND LUMBER ALWAYS IN STOCK. Wharf for tbe uso of the p u b l i c for landing or shipping all kinds of freight. Hauling of all kinds done at reasonable rates. L. B. TOWERS. THOMAS H. MITCHELL, MANUFACTURER OP Sasii, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Newels, Hand Rails, Cabinet Mantels, "Balusters, Etc.. Promptly Furnished on nil kinds of Building Altitcrinl. Undertake and Funeral Director j\I. Cooper's long experience in embalming and nil the other branches of his profession, icndrr absolutely cci'tniii the proper performance of Iris duty in all matters intrusted to liis care. All calls, cither by day or night, promptly answered. Residence on Main street, opposite Brown's new dru$£ store. /--* T. H. EVANS COMPANY, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 214 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland, fs and Yegoisiblos; Maryland Peaches nnd Sweet Potatoes. OLIO TS LIKE A GOOD TEMPER, "IT SHEDS A BRIGHTNESS EVERYWHERE." FOR SALE AT PRIVATE SALE! TO THE PUBLIC i Three small farms, all adjoining each other, lying on the county road leading from Bridgetown to Groensborough, about two milos from the former and four miles i from the latter place, k n o w n as thft ' ClarK Farrr}," E; 7G, 85 and Gt ACRES, respectively. The first two have buildings on ' them; the other is unimproved. TKRMS EASY. Possession January 1st next. Call on or nddrcss, SAMUEL E. HILL, 200 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md. Or to H E N R Y R. L K \V IS. 10 2 tf Attorney, Don Ion, Md. BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORE, RiDGELY, MD, BARNES, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH HORSE-SHOER, DENTON. MD. I shall consl.intly k-op on hand a full assortment of Ivon and Steel for all kinds of Fai m and Wagon "Work. I can furnish you all sizes of new wheels and axles, and best, ela«p- of hor^e-slioes at short notice. I gunr.intee all material and work at lowest prices to suit the hard times. Shop on Third St., opposite Livery Stable. Give me a trial. JOHN J. BARNES. JAMES T. MORRIS, (ltlUOHr.Y, MJ.) AND EXPERIENCED HORSSEHOER. In ?11 branches of my business I a;tiar- itntcc satisl'.iflinn. In hors;shoeing I nave the endorsement of best veterinarians. J A M E S T. MORRIS. TREES ff PLANTS The leading varieties of Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherries, Small Fruita, etc., for sale by A. G. GELLETLY CO., WILMSTON, MD. I desire to inform my friends of Denton and the public roundabout that I will be at the store of ·STEWAKT BROS., in DENTON EVERY TUESDAY, ·where I will be prepared to tate ordors for all kinds of JEWELRY and to make repairs. All work will receive prompt attention, small repairs being made before leaving town. Orders left with Stewart Bros, will bo carefully attended to. I thank you for past fnvors, and hope to receive a continuance of them. MOSES THK JEWELER. Cut tMs out f or Future Reference, Buy Your H O R S E S AT KING'S MARYLAND SALE BARK, AUCTION SALES Monday, Wednesday and Friday Throughout the year. "We deal in all ki nds, from the very best to the very cheapest. 400 HEAD of Ilorses, Hares and Mules, always on hand. Visit us, it will pay you. PRIVATE SALES EVEKY DAY. FULL LIXK OK 1 New i?4 5ecortl- Carriages, Dayton?, Bus- · Grts arjl Harn«5S v«ry cheap. JAMES KING, Prop'r, 6,8, 10, 12,14 16 M. HIGH STBEKT, Near Baltimore St., one square from Baltimore Street bridge. BALTIMOBE, MD. For Sale, One Gciscr Saw-JIill, with 52-inch saw, in good order; 30 horse-power Upright Engine, 50 horse-power Boiler, all in good ordtr. This saw-mill is already set up on a line tract of timber, which fs for Bale, situated about H miles from Denton railroad station. Terms reasonable. Apply to W.H. IRWIN,, 2 C 4 Denton, Md. EWSPAJPE

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