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MELVIN. STEELE d. JOHNSON. EDITORS A N D P R O P R I E T O R S . SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1898. EDITORIAL NOTES. Geneinl Nelson A. Jliles in recent speeches before army veterans exhibited uulnokcd-for ignorance of the politic-ill s i t u a t i o n ro-dny, ami ;i inalic-iousuess in his simile*, t h a t belonged in ore to the t i m e s t h i r t y years iiffo t h . i n to-d.iy. His iloclnrji- tion t h a t he " w o u l d not like to see a war begiu w i t h t w o 01 three Bull R U U K , b u t would rather have the Appomattox instead," is like a ghost conjured from t h e past. There will be 110 c o n d i t i o n s productive of Bull Buns ov Appomattos. The remembrance of t h e m has been long-buried in the hearts of thosn who found themselves opposing one another on those memorable fields, -and should a call to war be sounded, the N o r t h and the South, the East and t h e "West would be o b l i t e r a t e d in t h e welding o£ our countrymen i n t o a .resistless array of patriots over whom the stars and stripes would float proudly and triumphantly. The acquittal of Sheriff M a r t i n and his deputies, recently on trial for shooting into a mob of miners ·who persisted in refusing to disband at the consmand of the sheriff, is beginning to show expected results. The dismissal aud assault of members of the labor associations who testified for tbe defense, and the boycott of the jurors are only the outward evidences of the lawless spirit that pervades the organizations of foreigners. The sooner they learn that our laws give each individual the right to work or not to 'work as they-see fit, and protects · t h e m from molestation while at work, the better it wiH be for them. They have already learned that the courts will uphold the sheriff in preserving the public peace, even it' he has to kill a few people in so doing. The, Johns Hopkins University appropriation bill, before the Legislature, lias been dianged to $50,000 a year for two years., which is the same old song with a new tune. If the interests of the State are regarded the appropriation will be still further lessened. It is questionable if the State should divert any part of the money collected for public school purposes to the tecbnical education of a very limited number of persons, unless there be provision for direct compensating service to the people of tbe whole Sta!e provided for at ,the same time. The State does its full duty to tbe children when it provides ample opportunity for all to have a good common school education without cost. . As indicated last week a m o v e m e n t is now being made to form a board of trade for Denton, and a public meeting with this object in view will be bold in the grand j u r y room on Monday evening next. The scope of usefulness of a good organization of thiskiud is wide, and will bo devoted to the betterment of all the business interests of the place. No doubt kindred matters, looking to the town's advancement, will claim the attention of the proposed board, and it is hoped that a great deal will be accomplished. Attend the meeting next Monday night, and help to carry out the good purposes in view. The Board of Inquiry in the Maine case has not yet made its official report, bnt it is current that the board has agreed upon its report, to the effect that the explosion was external. How far the Spanish authorities will be implicated is not revealed, aud what course the administration pursues, after the report has been made, depends entirely, of course, upon that. ' The impression is gaining ground t h a t there will be no great warfare between Spain and this country, because of the position of vantage wo enjoy of being prepared to entorce our reasonable demands. The United States government has 'purchased the two powerful warships Amazonas and Admiral Breu from 'Brazil. Secretary Long has other good boats .in view and these will be purchased if needed. In a very little while we will be able to say with the Briton: We don't want to fight, But by jingo, if we do, We've got the ships, we've got the men, We've got the money, too! We publish in another column the bill empowering the county commissioners, in their discretion, to secure tbe adoption of wide tires for vehicles by offering premiums to those .'who will make the change. The fact that wide tires are beneficial and narrow ones damaging has been pretty well established, and we hope the bill will become a law. S 'I would say," says Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, "that, standing together, Great Britain and tha United States could command tbe peace of the world." The United States alone can command the peace of her little neighbor, Cuba, and the probability 'is that this will be speedily done, even if we bave to thrash the Spaniards first. The'session of the General As, -sembly is clr.iwing to a. close and ·the work yet to be done is conaider- able, that is, if auy record for ini- -- portnat general legislation is to be : raade- It might make a good record ·/for th« things it lenrss The directors of the Fox Creek Railroad will begin to solicit subscriptions as soon as the Legislature passes the b i l l a u t h o r i z i n g Dorchester to subscribe. The work of sur vey has been finished, b u t the right of way has nol been secured. M a n y persons will give the necessary l a n d "or a nominal consideration. It is likely t h a t t h e b i l l a u t h o r i z - ing the purchase of the f v i n o u s pic- t u r e "The B u r n i n g oC the- Poppy S t e w a r t " w i l l becoinu a l a w . t h i i h a jrrcat h i s t o r i c a l e v e n t whu-h occurred at Anuapoli'.- w i l l bo com memoratcd otficiiilly. The board of p u b l i c works u i l l make t h e p u r chase. The liquor question is still causing m u c h excitement in Cambridge. High license advocates have for- wauled a long petition to the Dorchester c o u n t y delegates at A n n a p o - lis, asking for a vote on the subject. Friends of t h e present law have iilso forwarded a counter petition. The London Statist, t h o u g h t to bo excellent a u t h o r i t y , says t h a t in a war w i t h Spain the U n i t e d States would obtain command of the sea. We all know what we could do with the Spaniard on land. Mr. Jacob Tome, one of Maryland's wealthiest men aud most liberal philanthropists, died at his home in Port Deposit last Tuesday. The tomb of the father of Robert Morris, the financier of the Revolution, in WhitemarBh churchyard, Talbot county, is to be restored. Sunday School Superintendents. "I have in mind," he says, "not less than twelve different men who are acting as superintendents of our Sunday schools. Not one of these men has even a suggestion of force; not a spark of personal maguetism, not a personal possession which goes to draw children to him or to the school over which he presides. In five of these cases the men have been failures in business; by men in the o u t e r world they are passed over, and yet the church places them in positions which call pre-eminently for every element which they so distinctly lack To be a successful head of a Sunday school calls for a man with the instincts of leadership; a man who will infuse ' life into tuo school; hope and courage into his teachers; who is fertile of mind and i n f i n i t e in capacity; who cau draw children to him aud retain their interest. Not only must he elevate his children in a spirtual sense but lessons of the highest morality must be t a u g h t ; an influence refining to mind and nature must be exhaled, and all the t i m e the interest of the children must be arrested and held. Infinite variety of method must be sought. The young quickly tire of a n y t h i n g which long reinaius the same, and that is why they are tiring of the Sunday school. It has too long remained the same. It has fallen into a rut, and the fault lies between the presiding spirits of the school who have no ability for their positions, and ths church who have placed them there or allowed them to remain."--Ladies' Home Journal. Mr. L. W. Nichols, East New Market, Md., states: "Wo could not say too much in favor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. About three years ago one of our children had an attack of croup and we were afraid that we would loose him. Seeing Chamberlain'sCough Remedy advertised, we decided to give it a trial. It gave almost instant relief and we believe it saved the child's life. Since then we have not been w i t h o u t a bottle of this remedy in the house and we recommend it to everyone as being an honest Cough Remedy." For sale by Hugh Duffey, Hillsboro; B. J. Colston, Ridgely; W. E. Brown, Denton. There are many persons who ma'ni- fest u n d u e haste at the close of the service to put on their wraps and prepare for their departure from the church. Every minister of the gospel is painfully aware of this irreverence, and reproof seems to have no effect. One minister in M a i n e broke up the practice in his church by the following remark: "Those of the congregation who did not get their things on d u r i n g the prayer, can do so while I pronounce the benediction."--Christian. World. Good fur Croup. Mr. Geo. W. Bolton, of Centreville, Md., says: "I have recently used in my family, for ^ a d u l t s and children, both Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. They are certainly most valuable remedies and no household is complete without them. I have found tho Cough syrup specially useful in croup and the Diarrhoea Remedy acts like a charm in all disorders of the bowels." For sale by H u g h Duffey, Hillsboro; R. J. Colston, Ridgely; W. E. Brown, Donton. Do Your Feet Ache, Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot Ease, a powder. It cures Corns, Bunions, Chilblains, Sweating, Swollen feet. At all druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample FREE. Address, Alien S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N.Y A nirmber of orchards in Anne A r u u d e l county have been destroyed by the San Jose scale. The curfew tolls the knell ofpartiug day, The jaded crowd winds slowly o'er the Jea, The fisher homeward plods his weary uny Concocting lies to tell to yon aud me. --Ex. For Sale, Miller Raspberry, fine hard plants, at $2.00 per thousand. Addpses P. L. STAMBAUGH, Ridgely, JId, PHILADELPHIA, Monday, March 14, 3S98. TheSpringSilks Are Ready "Complet" reads tlie sign h u n g on Paris omnibuses when the seats are taken. "Complete," says the silk chief as he sums up the season's elegance gathered here. To be sure, he is mistaken, for completion cannot be in such a store, where each day finds newness. But silks are at high-tide now, and they are nodding a cheery good morning to all who come. No flowers, save the loom blooms that make the new silks more glowing than usual. Taffetas, forty-two styles, not counting the plain colors, 75c to 81.25. There are quite four h u n d r e d shades, in the solid colorings, 75c to 81. Satin Liberty, 75c. Printed 'Foulards, $1 and $1.25. Black-and-white Indias and Taffetas--the Indias, 50c to Si. 25; the Taffetas, 75c to SG. But details grow tedious. It is the whole, as a picture of spring brightness, that you are asked to see. Women's IT WAS one of the great sensibleclass the NEW SPRING DRESSES, said that a woman might well spare her- self the trouble, fatigue and expense of getting dresses made, when such costumes were handed her, ready to put on. VSee," she said to a friend, "there are not heaps of one thing. One is surely not in uniform with a suit from here. Even a dressmaker, in ruts, would turn out a dozen suits more nearly alike." Quite true. Little duplication here, except in the perfectly plain black and b l u e s u i t s that mustneeds look just so. Spring Suits at 88.50and §10 and up and up to $150. Here are two new comers-$8.50--Suits of navy and black serge; fly- front coat lined with silk serge. Or, suits of same material with blazer jacket. $10--Suits of cheviot serge--navy, black, and a few in castor--fly-front cost lined with black taffeta. Full tailor- made skirt lined with cambric. SPRING COATS AND CAPES are popping out of the cases as fast as lids are pried off. Not many yet --and these first few don't tarry long. Interested? Likely you'll be firstone to see some new beauty. NOBBY garments for young men; staunch styles for t h e i r elders. Hen's Spring Overcoats SpVingOvercoattime has come without w a r n i n g ; it was only forehanded planning that got us ready in time. The finest Spring Overcoat is marked 830. Of covert cloth, in prettiest of colorings; exquisitely tailored; the very latest length. A j u m p to the other end of the price-iine-- Stylish Topcoats at $7.50 They are of covert cloth in two colorings; well tailored; b o d y - l i n i n g of good-wearing farmers satin; wide seams; double stitched. Overcoats of covert cloth at §10. Two shades; f u l l silk lined; satin sleeve linings. Double stitched ·seams. But maybe the w i n n i n g coats of the year are these Stylish Garments at $12 Overcoat perfection, in style and cut. Worthy materials, honesttailor- ing and a good deal of it. You see, garments can be finished with varying amount of work. It is the pains- taUing hand-work that counts. More and more of it put in, as we ad- ·vance in tile-price scale. Other overcoats at 815, 818, 820 and 825. You are ready. We are ready. Call for your coat. John Wanamaker. Seeds and Plants For Sale, CANTALOUPE SEED: Anne Arundcl, (Early.) Improved Jenny Liml, Norris, (Lute.) RED RASPBERRY PLANTS: Miller, Cutbbert, Brnndywine. LUCRETIA DEWBERRY PLANTS. STRAWBERRY PLANTS: Glen, Mary, Clyde, Enormous, Lloyd's Favorite, Brnndyivinc, Michcl'sEarly.Grccnville.Lady Thompson, Tennessee Pioliilc, Gaudy, Bubncli. AT REASONABLE TKUMS. RICHARD T. CARTER. Road Notice, Wo, the undersigned, taxpayers of the Eighth election district of Caroline county, hereby give notice that thirty clays nftor this d»te we intend to petition the County f'mnmitsioiicrs to lay down ind i]o:i a new public road beginning nt or ncnr Bcncliamp's Bri ]£(.*, on the roud lending from \Villiston to Concord, and r u n n i n g through the lands of Mrs. Elizabeth Bcachnmp, Win. F. Lidon, and botwocn the lands of E. SI. Gnrcy and VV. C. Andrew until it intersects tho county roud leading from Two Johns to Jones Corner. war. F. LIDEN, A. HOWARD, W. H. WRIGHT, EDWIN M.GAREY, W. C.ANDRE VV. March 10, 1898. Shoat Lost, Strayed away about February 16, ft shont --Berkshire--weighing about 100 pounds, with 3 white feet and \yhite stripe down face. Proper reward will be paid on return to CHAS.T.OOLLISON,- FOR SIXTY-SEVEN YEARS ^ -.*. *·"· --«fi*-' 1 ^i i 5=- HA VE BEEN MANUFACTURED. Year ly Year they have TDeen'Improved. They are better now than ever before, Indeed, they are as near perfection as a machine can be made. Hence the great demand. Call on the agant, Jonathan Evitts, DEITTO1T, 'f HUSTBBS' SALE OK VAI.UAHJ.E REAL ESTATE, SITUATED IN THE TOWN OF Denton, Maryland. U N D E R AND BY V I R T U E Ol' 1 A decree of the C i i e u i t Court for Uiiro- lino county, sitting sis n Court of Equity, passed on the 2oth day ot February, 1808, in a cause therein ponding wiieiein George A. Deiikyne and George iM. Russnm, trustees, were complainants, and Enoch George, infant,,ancl others were respondents, tlip undersigned, ns trustees, will soli ly public auction in front of the Court House door, in the town of Denton, Md., on SATURDAY, APRIL 90), 1898, between tho hours of 2 and 6 o'clock, p. in., the following real estate, to wit : All ttat Lot. Tract or Parcel of Land, situate mostly in the town of Denton, Caroline County, and State of M a r y l a n d , on the Hast side of the County road and Fifth Street (or Horsey Ave.), leading from Main street of said town to "VVilliston, Md., Tin J. "W. Kcrr's, and is the same tract or parcel of land whereon tho Into "Wm G. Horsey died, and which he devised lo his daughter, the late Mrs. Dr. Enoch Gcoigc, «nd which she devised to the said George A. Ucnkyne and George M. llussum in trust for her son Enoch George, Jr, be tho quantity of land what it may. The above tract or parcel of land will be sold in building lots, one of which lots is improved by n Targe two-story dwelling and necessary out-buildings. Sever.toen of these lots front on Fifth Street and Horsey Ave , and have a frontage of 50 feet to each lot, except two which have a frontage of 01 feet each and one with a frontage of ICO feet; 7 of the ubovo mentioned tolb have a depth of 200 feet each, and ten have a depth of 150 feet each. There arc 28 lots fronting on Sixth street extended. Lots on East bide of this street have n frontage of 50 feet and n depth of 190 feet each. Lots on west side sido of Sixth street extended have n frontage of 50 feet and vary in depth from 100 to 200 feet. There are 21 lots fronting on Lo\\e street extended having a frontiiga of 50 feet each and tho greater number of which have n deptli of 190 feet. 1C lots front on Seventh street extended and h n \ e a frontage of 50 feet and a depth of 190 leet each, 5 lots front on Eigth stiect extended and are tho same size as those fronting on Seventh street. There are also two large lots East of Eighth street extended, ol sufficient sis.a for trucking and pasturing. For title to the nbve real estate, sec Item 3 of the last "Will and Testament of Eva M. Ucorgu, lute of Caroline County decenbcd, and recorded in the Orphan's Court for Caroline Count} among the AVills Records of said county A plat of the above tract divided into "building lots ns the same will be sold, can be soon at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Caroline County, by calling on George A. Dcakyne, one of the trustees; said plat w i l l be" exhibited on day of sale and each lot particulnily designated and numbered thereon, and exact dimensions of each lot given. This plat will afterwards be recorded among tho land records of Caroline County for the convenience of the purchasers. TERMS~OF SALE. The tennis of sale as prescribed by the C o u i t a r c : One-third of the purchase money lo be paid in cash on day of sale, and the residue in two equal instalments of 12 and 24 months from day of bale (or all cash tit tho option of tli3 purchaser); the credit payments to bear interest from day of sale, and to bo secured by tho note or notes of the purchasers, with sureties thereon to be approved by the said trustees. GEORGE A.'DKAKYNE, GEORGE M RTJ8SUM, Trustees. JOHX "W. CLAUK, Auct. Order Nisi. Jesse A. "Wright, Mortgagee, vs. Jnmcs H. Webb and Wife. In the Circuit Court for Caroline Countr. In Equity. ORDERED, this 18th day of March, ] 808, that the sale of the properly mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by Jesse A. "Wiight, Moitgiigee, bo ratified and confirmed, unless cause to tho contrary thereof be shown on or before tho 21st day of May, next, provided a copy of this ordor be printed in Caroline County, once in each of three successive weeks before the 20th day of April next. The report states the amount of sales to cci?28000. CHARLES AV. HO15BS, Clerk. True copy--Tost: CHARLES W. HOBBS, Clerk. Notice to Creditors. DENTON, Mix, MAKCII 18, 1898. The cieditors of "William G. Bradley are hereby notified t h a i the said William G. Bradley has applied to the Circuit Court for Caroline county.-for the benefit of the insolvent laws, of tho State of Maryland, ;nd tlnil proceedings in insolvency in relation to his Obtnto are now pending, and that the creditors o( tho said William G Bindley arc requested to appcur at the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court for said county on the 2(ith day of March at 10 o'clock u. in., to choose a permanent luiiteo for the estate of the said William G. Bradley. T. PLINY FISHER, Preliminary Trustee. J. H. C. LEGG, ATTOBXFA'-AT-IjAW, CENTKEVILLE, MD. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF THE VALUABLE OF THE LATE WILLIAM M. DAY, IN TIIK SKCONO KLKCTION 1ISTRICT OF CAROLINE COUNTY, MD. By virtue of a power of sale contained in n mortgage from William M. Day and Rebecca A. Day, hi* wife, to James T. Wood, bearing date the 28th day May, 1378, and recorded in Liber J. W. T., No. ·10. folios 189, 183, etc., n land record book for Caroline county, Maryland, and by menso assignments assigned to John II. C Lega, on the 3rd day of March. 1898, which assignments are duly recorded nt the foot of the said mortgage, in Liber J. W. T., No. 40, folio 183, one of tho land record books for Caroline county, Maryland, the said John H. C. Legg, as assignee of the mortgage aforesaid, will sell nt public n net ion to the highest bidder, in front of the Hotel, in the town of Greens- borough, Caroline county, Maryland, on SATURDAY, APRIL 9th, 1898, between the hours of 3 arid 4 o'clock p. m., All those tracts, part* of truets, or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the Second Election district of Caroline county, Maryland, culled "Mason's Hazzard," "Abner's Park," "Bob-son's Westmoreland," or by whatsover name or nnmes the same may be known or called, containing 300 ACRES OF LAND, more or less, and is also better known as the farm of the late William M. Day, of Caroline county, Maryland, and is improved by a good comfortable BRICKDWELLINGHOUSE good Hani, Carriage House, and Corn House, and other Outbuildings, and has A young Poach Orchard on it, in good condition, of 1000 trees, and is only about 2 miles from Bridgetown, 4 miles from the town of Goldsboro, about 5 miles from Greens-borough, and about 7 miles frm Ridgely, so that it is convenient to railroads, stores arid churches, and there is a school within half a mile of the farm, and Iho land is of good soil, fencing is in ,fnir condition, and there is a growing wheat rop on said farm. Tcrrps of Sale. Onc-hnlf of the purchase money in cash on the dny of sale, and the balance in twelve ni tin tli s from tho day of sale; or all cash, nt tho option of the purchaser or purchasers ; the credit payments, if any, to be secured by notps or bonds of the purchaser or purchasers, bearing interest from the day of snip, payable in bank, and secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned assignee. Further pnrticulars made known on day of sale. JOHN H. C. LEGG, T. FRJLNK SBYTAUD, ASSIGNEE. Auctioneer. N. D --Arrangements cnn be made with the undersigned by which the sum of SI,000 00 of tho purchase money can remain on mortgage, if tho purchaser so desires. J. H. C. LEGG. Attorney-at-kw, Centreville, Md ASSIGNEE'S SALE --OF-VALUABLE PROPERTY --IN THE-TOWN OF GREENSBOKOUGH, Caroline County, Md. By virtue of ft power continued in a .Mortgage from Augiibtii A. Edmiston to Leila Way, tinted the 20th day of September. A. IX, 1893, and recorded nmong the Land Records of Caroline county, afore* snid, in Liber E. C. F., No. 09, folio 01«, o , the undersigned, Assignee of snid Mortgage, will sell at public siile nt the 1 Cmnt House door, in Denton, Caroline county, Md., on REMEMBER! REMEMBER! Remember, rind in placing your order for Strawberry Plants, don't forget thnt I have all the leading standard and new varieties for sftle, nt prices thnt will attract you. Call and see me or drop me a card of your wants, when I will name you prices. I cnn also supply you with Miller Raspberries and Lucretia Dewberries. GEO. E. SAULbBURY, S-19-3t. Denton, Md. Money to Loan. I have money to lonn on first mortgngc on real estate, in sums to suit borrowers. OSCAR CLARK, Denton, Md, between the hours-of 2 o'clock p. in. and 4 o'clock p. in. of that day, the following property, to w i t . All that Parcel, ots or Tracts of Land situate in tlie town of Grcensborough,Car- oline County, nforesaid, on the main road mid side street lending toChoptank Bridge adjoining tho lands of Andrew B. Roc, Dr. J. E. Lobstoin. deceased, Nathaniel Horsey mid Andrew B *ggs, containing nbullt ONE ACRE OF LAND, more or less. Tho lot is improved by a LARGE DOUBLE DWELLING HOUSE, TERMS OF SALE One-third Icnsh; balance in six and twelve months--or all cash at purchaser's option; credit payments to bear interest from the day ot'snlo, and to be secured to the satisfaction of the Assignee. A deposit of S50 will bo required at time of stile. SAM'L E. HILL, LEWIS WEST, ASSIGNEE. Solicitors. 7TLBERT C. TOWERS, ATTORNEY- AT-LA W D«nton. Maryland. OP VALUABLK DEALEST ATE, IN THE First Election District of Caroline County, Maryland. Hy virtue of a power of sale contained in i mortgage from John K. Bitldle and Martha A. Hiddlc. his wife, and Williiini Biddle and Amclin Biddlc, Ins wife, to Andrew Chirk, buiiring date t h e 12th d ly of March, 188S, iind recorded in Liber L H. G., No. 40, folios 370, etc., n lai-d record book for Caroline county, .Maryland, the undersigned, n=3igneo of said nioit- gngoo, will sell at public s.ile nt the Court House door, in Denton, Cnrolinc county, .Maryland, on TUESDAY, APRIL 12ft, 1898, between the hours of 2 o'clock p. in. and 4 o'clock p. in. of t h a t day, tho following property, to M i l : All ihosv tracts or par- cols. of hind situated in tin- First Election District of Caroline county, JEuryland, and more fully dcsunbed in a will from James Culdle to John K. Diddle and William Biddle, it being the same land described in numgiige from said Biddies to Andrew Clark. JNTo. 1 contains about 35 Acres of Land, more or less, and is improved by a Two Story Dwelling and Outbuildings, a small Apple and Peach Orchard, and n small Tenant House. 3XTo. 2 contains about 5L Acres of Land, more or less, and is improved by a Two-Story Dwelling and Outbuildings; also an Apple and Peach Orchard, ntc., and is adjacent to the town of Mnrydct, so that it is convenient tn railroad, stores, school and church. These lots will lirstbe ofl'crcd separately and then as a whole, and will be sold in the way bringing the most money. TERMS CASH. Title papers nt expense of purchaser. OSCAR CLARK, J. "W. CLARK, JR , Assignee. Auctioneer. Wanted, A good Milliner of experience to take charge of Millinery Department on April 1st next. Apply at once to A. T. POUTER, 3 5 3 Burrsville, Md. New Store! New Goods! Bottom Prices! Having taken the store formerly occupied by Mr. William E. Brown, I opened OATUKDAY, FEB. 12 1898, with a full stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes, Stylish Hats, Tinware, Hardware, And Hundreds of Other Things Needed by Everybody, which we offer at Lowest # ^ ^ Prices for "We solicit a share of the trade of Denton and Vicinity. R. A\. CoIHrjs. At the Sign of the Crystal Globe. GETTING ACQUAINTED *· ·*· WITH "THE GLOBE," Baltimore's wide-awake and progressive Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, wants to make the business acquaintance of every reader of this paper. "Coming events cast their shadows before." A "coming event" that will interest and instruct you is the issue of the spring and summer edition of TH E GLOBE'S «CATALOGUE* which will be published and ready for distribution about the latter part of March (perhaps sooner.) When you've carefully read the catalogue you'll be lots wiser. We think you'll like "THE GLOBE'S" way of transacting business 'cause its a fair, square and honest way, so different from some stores. All we want you to do is to SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL COPY OF OUR CATALOGUE TO YOU AS SOON AS IT'S READY. 8 West Baltimore Street, three doors from Charles, BALTIMORE, MD. Peerless Machine Shops, E ASTON, MD, PEERLESS!? ATTION ENGINES, / PEERLESS LP \T4T03S, PEERLESS SFLFF:. DE-IS, PEERLESS WEIGHERS AND BAGGERS, PEERLESS SAW MILLS, PEERLESS PORTABLE, DOMESTIC AND STATION RAY ENGINES AND BOILERS. OUR GUARANTEE: We will jr..irant°e our Peerless Threshing Rigs will do more work at I -rt-- wo--'; thn-i any other make of machine on the m i ' side and side and take the best f v Stackers by the car load. Rep \ repaired, re-enameled and nickk:- .-_d ^c Reasonable prices.. For particulars call on or address for catalogue. G. M. WHTCJLRD, Telephone call No. 35. Near P. W. B. R. R. Depot. · r t " - vvor'; thn-i ··'·: p'i them ?: i j ·. \ i i - o Imperial n '.'Mrranches. Bicycles ASSIGNEE'S SALE. By virtue of a, power of sale contained in a mortgage, dated November 26th, 1894, iind recorded in Liber K. C. F. No. 61, folio 145, c., given by George "W. Eaton and wife to Howard Mclvin, and by the snid Howard Melvin assigned to T. Pliny Fisher, the undersigned,"as assignee, will sell nt public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the court house in Denton, on Tuesday, March 22d, 1898, between the hours of I and 4 p'clock.p.m.all that lot or parcel of land situate in the Seventh election district, in or near the town of Kidgely, conveyed to the said George W. Eaton by Elizabeth Mary Howard and husband, by deed dated August 8th, 1881, find recorded in Liber L. II. G., No. 48, folio 252, c., containing 9000 FEET OF LAND, more or less; said lot being described ns lot No. 21 in n deed from \Vm.S Kidgely, trustee, to said Elizabeth Mary Howard. The lot is well situated and is improved by n small dwelling. TERMS--CASH. Title papers at expense of purchaser. T. PLINY FISHEH, 2-26-tds. Assignee. Notice of Co-partnership, T HE public is hereby notified that a . co-partnership has "been formed and ' entered into by and between T. L. DAY, JOHN M. SWING and DAVID M. SWING, and will conduct their business at their factories in the town of Ridgely, and tomato cannery at Queen Anne's Station, in the firm name of T. L. DAY, SWTHO Co., and are prepared to furnish the public with first-clnss goods in their line, such as Berry Cups, Berry Crates, Tomato Baskets, Peach Baskets, Melon Baskets.,' and repairs for Crates, etc. in ,their se«- sons, and at prices as low, or lower, as can be given anywhere, quality considered. They are now ready to contract with tomato-growers for the crop of the ap- I preaching ECiison, both at Ridgely and " Queen Anno, and will make every effort to merit the confidence and patronage ~ tho public generally. T. L. DAY, SWING CO. Wanted, A capable woman to till vacancy with a wholesale house. Good pay to right party. Address, "VACANCY," 3 12 2 JOURNAL OFFICB. INTERESTING TO FARMERS! A line of Implements second to none on this Shore, Suited to your Wants, and Sold under a Guarantee. Better Made and Made of Better Material, and decidedly the Best Finished Line Now Known. OSBORNE COLUMBIA CORN HARVESTER AND BINDER, · m COLUMBIA BINDER TWINE. 3 OSBORNE COLOMBIA MOWER, ONE AND TWO HORSE Osborne Columbia Low Down Grain Harvester and Binder. OSBORNE COLUMBIV KEAPEK. OSBORNE COLUMBIA REAPER, No. 8. OSBORNE ALL-STEEL TEDDERS. OSBOHNE ALL-STEEL SBLIVDUMP RAKE. OSBORNE ALL-STEEL HAND-DUMP RAKE. OSBORNE REVERSIBLE FLEXIBLE DISC HARROWS Osborne Spring-Tooth Harroi OSBORNE COSIBINATION SPRING-TOOTH. OSBORNE COLUMBIA ADJUSTABLE PEG-TOOTH. OSBORNE RIGID REVERSIBLE DISC HARROW. OSBORNE RIVAL DIgO HARROW. OSBORNE SULKY SPRING TOOTH HARROWS. OSBORNE HORSE HOE CULTIVATOR. EVANS CORN PLANTER, PERFECTION PLOW. The only Chilled plow made with a Ribbed-Back mouldboard positively preventing break ing. Castings furnished for any registered Chilled Plow ever made. Any of these good's furnished you with a warranty in your own your own possession. You have nothing to risk in trying them. An inspection will pay you. Sold on liberal terms. WM. J. BLACKISTON, .. . DENTON, MD. JEWS PA PER I S F W S P A P F R I

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