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INTOMI JOURNAL MELV1N. STEELE JOHNSON, · E D I T O R S A N D P R O P R I E T O R S . SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1898. ALL ARE PATRIOTS. There are radical diffeiences of opinion among Senatois as to the menus of raising the large iimouut of money the e.xpenses of the u is estimated to i c q u i i o . The chief bone of contention now is the jno- posecl issue of $500,000,000 of bonclb, to be solil in sin:ill sums t h i o u g l i o u t the country, and denominated, for euphony's sake, a popular loan. It is movo than probable, however, that the major part of them w i l l fall i n t o the bands of tho gi»at bnnlcins; and moneyed coiporations, as hcretoEoio. Democratic Senatois :ne criticised i n some q u n i t u i t . -- f r o m w h i c h c i i f i - cisin of Democrats alone can e f n a n - atc--because they v e n t u t e t o suggest that other means than bonds would accomplish the desired result at less expense to tho people. The Demo crats ought not and w i l l not obstruct revenue measuies when their passage is necessary, but they should distinctly avow their position in regard to a bond issue before they assent to a proposition of such magnitude as the bonding of the country for $500,000,000 in addition to w h a t is already outstanding. The responsibility for the right use, or for the ubiise, of the discietiouaiy power to be vested in the Secretary ot the Treasury will rest upon the admin istration he represents, and as that responsibility is invoked tho Democratic Senatois cannot do bettor, now that their piotest has been re- eoided, than to allow tlie administration to shape its course in dealing with the financial problems before it. The whys and the wherefores belong to the future. P a t i i o t ism is the guiding star and humanity the shibboleth of a united A m e i i c a n people, and the two can be best displayed by providing every rent necessary for the speedy demonstration of our ability to enforce the mandate that has gone forth, in huniauitj's name, that suffering Cubans shall be freed, and t h u s bring to a termination a contest that menus utter distraction to Spanish outlying interests, and irreparable loss to the monarchy itself. If Spanish bigotry c a n not be forced to acknowledge defeat , without annihilation, then the nations will intervene to force a cessation of hostilities, upon conditions named in the ultimatum o£ the United States to Spain. THE AMERICAN NAVY. The record of the American navy, since the foundation of I ho government,-has been a most brilliant one, and the great achievement of Commander Dt-wey, in Manila Bay early this week, lias made it more famous. In every land the event of this week in the Philippine Island and the praise of the dashing American sailors have been sounded. But it was ever thus with Americans. What reader of eaily history does not proudly remember the brave deeds of Paul Jones and Perry, the early Leroes^and their successors. France and England--the latter with the undisputed title of mistress of the seas, and the former only second in strength--can well attest frum their war records that there were focman Ljere worthy of their steel nearly a hundred years ago. The last battles reported- add lustre to our naval scroll Notwithstanding our national reputation as sea-fighters, there has been and still is a disposi- 'tion to laugh at the American ability to'conduct naval warfare. , Even in this country such criticisms are of^ ten heard. 'But in the face of decisive battles--matters of common knowledge possessed by all who w i l l read--such comments can be made only by the thoughtless or the ignorant. « GEORGE COLTON. George Colton, one of tho most - picturesque figures in Maryland politics, and a gentleman of fine literary attainments and delightful social qualities, died at his home, in Baltimore, on "Wednesday last, aged 80 years. He was a native of Eng- lantLand came to this country when a young man. For a time he worked at his trade, that of a tailor. In 1832 he entered politics and held various offices. He was the early champion of Frank Brown's candidacy for Governor, and so successful ·was he in managing the canvass that his favorite had l i t t l e opposition in convention, and at the polls was ' elected by an overwhelming majority. His friendship in political matters was always esteemed valuable, . far he possessed wondersul sagacity an*d bad^the conOdeuc'e of leading party men. Mr. Colton.frequently appeared upon the lecture platform, and on several occasions addressed Caroline audiences. His earnings on the platform were always donated to churches or charitable purposes. Mr. Colton was a brilliant and able newspaper writer, and the e d i t o i i a l fraternity of the State w i l l cherish 'his memory. · «·· ^ SPAIN. Buckley forty years ago gave this -pictHro of Spain, and it is today a faithful representation. Is it any wonder that we approach and enter the conflict with the Spaniard w i t h confidence in our ability to w i n : "There she lies at the further extremity of the Continent, a huge and -torpid mass, tbV.only representative .now remaining of "the .feeling and the knowledge of the Middle Ages. And what is the woist symptom of all, she ib sjittsfied with hci o w n c o n d i t i o n . Tliough bho is the most lucknaul country iu Europe, slio believes herself to be the forouio.st. She is pioud of everything of w h i c h she ought to bo ashamed. She is proud of the a n t i q u i t y of her f a i t h , proud of her immeasurable and childish credulity, proud of her unwillingness to amend n i l h p i li creed of her customs, pioud of hei hatred of heretics, and pioud of the undying; v i g i l a n c e w i t h which she has bnlllcd their eftorts to obtain a f u l l and legal establishment on hei soil. EDITORIAL NOTE3 A good authouty puts the cost of a first-class modern war vessel at $4,000,000, in round numbers, but the cost of equipping and using such a vt'sscl in irnrfnro surpasses all general calculations. A single twelve-inch gun costs about $50,000 when placed on the ship ready foi action. The ma..\iimitu capacity of this inline n so war engine is eighty shots; the minimum thirty. It is not safe to count on these guns f i l i n g more than fitly rounds. The intense heat and strain are likely to make the gun useless any time after thirty to eighty rounds are fired from it, after which it is valuable only as old steel. The cost in wear and tear in firing these guns may be safely estimated al $1,000 for every discharge. In addition to tho cost of $1,000 for every round fired from these guns in wear and tear, the powder and steel-pointed missile w i t h which tbe gun is loaded, cost the government $1,200 eveiy time the gun is Bred.. It it. a safe estimate to say that every time a t w e l v e inch gun is fired in war, the cost is about $2,500. The new riflo that has been adopted foi use by the United States army is known as the Krag-Jorgonsen. It is of the armies of Europe. Tho one to be used by our army has a b a i i e l t h h t j inches long and weighs about eight pounds. It was accepted by the government o n l y after a thorough test had proven it superior to all others. The old army rifle, the Springfield, was 45 caliber, w h i l e the Krag-Jorgensen is30-ealiber, the bore being about the size of an ordinary lead pencil. The new rifle is a repeater aud it is claimed that an expert cau fire 100 shots a m i n u t e w i t h it, and the bullets are made of haidened lead, nickel plate, and will peuetrate 20 inches of oak at the distance of a mile. Smokeless powder is used. Piesident McKinley has paired the Major-Generals appointed this week, outside the regular .service. Fitzhugh Lee of Virginia, W i l l i a m T. Sewell of New Jersey, Joseph Wheeler of Alabama, and James Wilson of Delaware, Lee and Wheeler are ex-Confederate and Sewell and Wilson ex-Federal office is. The last vestige of animosity between sections of the Union w i l l be wiped out iu this war with Spain. The old and the new fish laus are t h u s summarized: Fishermen must not haul seines, float seines, 01 set fykes or other contrivances, between the hours of Saturday noon and sunrise on Monday. Fishing w i t h haul seines, fykes, pound nets aud wire nets, must be discontinued May 20th. Gill nets may be fished at any season of the year, except, of course, from Saturday noon u n t i l Monday morning. Few persons, probably, realize w h a t the war we are waging w i l l cost. It is said that the c i v i l war cost the nation about four millions per day during the last year of the conflict, but we had then a million of men iu the army aud navy, nearly ten times as many as will be called into service in the present war, and our money was greatly depreciated. Dewey has demonstrated the fact that Americans can fight, and when they do fight they do it in the same old 1776 style. PROF. WAUGH ON PEACHES. The anxiety regarding the condition of the peach buds which pro- v ails in the peach-giowing sections during the late winter or eaily spring is sometimes laughable, sometimes ludicrous, sometimes pitiable and sometimes very soiious. Every t i m e tho mercury falls to zero or theie- nbout, the excitable peach-grower goes out into the orchard and dissects a handful of buds. The very excitable peach-grower is always sure to find a certain percentage "black in the middle," and vaiious conflicting estimates of the decimation of the peach crop circulate freely from this time till tho fruit is half grown on the trees. The most obvious thing about all t h i s unrestful apprehension is the utter unreliability of its foundation. There are a great many men who feel sure that they can always tell when peach buds are damaged; but a disinterested observer may always be still surer that the actual facts are not matters of public knowledge. Anyone who has had any experience in collecting statistical advance estimates of the crop, or who has paid attention to such estimates when they are published, knows how untrustworthy they are. This is so much so that many of the best newspapers pay no more attention to such reports. The Baltimore newspapers, in the heart of the peach district, where such news is in great est demand, have been fooled so often- that they never commit thom- sohes to a n j ^ t . i t o m c n t on t h i s p o i n t . One can also ohsri vo v m n i u h i s n e i g h b o i s t h e i i u i c l i i b i l i t j ol peisonal opinion icgardini; t h e po.ich ciop. A f t e r a u i n t e i treiv.o 01 :i * p i i u g trost, he oin IMM!J colk-ct as m a n y dilleiont estimate* as In Ins peach-growing- nciglibois ,uicl c.ui as easily dctei m i n e loi l i i t n - - o ] t t h a t they a i e all w i o n s r At i n t . i i t e , it dnos not pay to x . o u y cn'ti t h e i r l y l e p o i t s of d.un.ige to pc.icli buds In the po.icli g i o i u n g s e c t i o n s damage f r o m Lite s p i i n u ho-!-. im u c h more c o m m o n tli.iu Irom w i n ter freezing. As is w e l l k n o t m , tl is i i o s t damage may o l t o n lx . u e i t e d by i p a l l y p i a c t i c a b l u means. In every ncighboihood, s o m e o n e h a s tried the use of sniudgrs, and has pioved for h i m s e l f th.it ;i good r-inct of smoke w i l l hold tin 1 t i ' i n p e i a l u r i above the hee/.iug pomt on ,ui ouli- n a i y fiosty n i g h t . T h e u i i t e t IMS recently consulted main p o a c h - groweis, nearly all of w h o m h u - c tried this method or who II.IVP seen it tried. All of t h e m express t o i i f i d - enct iu its efficacy. And \ o l those same men did not a t t e m p t to put it into practice when trosts tlut'.-it- ened their own b e a r i n g orchards It seems almost i n c r e d i b l e t h a t a 111.111 who has a thousand dollars at stake will not stay up all n i g h t -- for ,i week, if necessary -- and spenil ten or t w e n t y - f i v e dollais in the practical insurance of a pe. ich ciop. But such is tho fact. It is .ill because of t h a t i n c i t i a orconsei v.Uism w h i c h seems to be so p o n c i f u l . i part of the faimer's character, uid w h i c h o f t e n holds him to puietii.es w h i c h he knows to be u n p t o h t a b l r . and w h i c h o f t e n e r w i t h h o l d s him f i o i i innovations after h o i s t h o i o n g h h convinced of t h e i r piotit.ibleness. A l i t t l e forethought and pieparatitm would enable the peach-grow 01 to thoioughbreds because of :i pliono- menal pioduct in u u m b c i ot t'g'g-i. If all breeds laid egEts of tho samp w e i g h t , t h a n the l.ngor t u i m b p i laid would have far moic significance t h a n it now docs. F. A. V 1-ifir '. " * C '. . ' * · . ' V '^"^-V Tlic I'ntl'iotn, Duunn. All old colored deacon, p v a j i n s * for the success ot t h e A m e r i c a n arms, said: "Oh, Lord, get on !o M e i i k i u side! C o m e d o w n into deso Nunited States en make etc sojors shoot straight ter dc inaik! May ever' bullet iu der gnus kill two Span i aid s at a clip! Set all do Spanish bliips on file, sink 'em out er bight, en shoot, en shoot twcll dey ain't a Spaniard let' tor tell do tale!" When he got t h i o u g h some one said to him: "'Pears to me dat ain't scuptcr, deacon. Don't de Bible baj yon mus' Jove yo''0iiemies, ec pray l"ei deiu w h u t respec'fully use you?" "Look heab, my ft 'en 1 ,'' said I h o deacon, "don't y o u g o s a j i u 1 \ i l i u t do Bible mean, or don't m o a n , Do Bible talk in two ways, en you can't on'erstan' either. Go ' J o n g 'bout yo' business eu leave dc Bible tei dorn w h u t call ter prcacli it." -Atlanta Constitution. Tho llcst Uoincil for Kheum.iUsm FromtJte Fail-haven (N. T.) lirghler. Mr. James Rowland of t h i s t i l - lage, states t h a t for t w e n t j - f i v e years his wife has been a suffeier from rheumutism. A few nights ago she was in such paiu t h a t she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr. Rowland for the doctor, but he had read of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and instead ot going for tho physician he went to the store and seemed a bottle of it. His wife did not approve of Mr. Rowland's pui chase At first, but nevertheless a p p l i e d tin; Balm thoioughly and in an hoiu's time was able to go to sleep She. now applies it w h e n e v e r she fools .in ache or a pain and finds t h a t it always gives relief. He says that no medicine which she had used uver did her as m u c h good. The 25 ami 50 cent sizes for sale by Hugh D u L fey, Hillsboro; 11. J. Colston, Eidg- ely; W. E. Brown, Denton The Late Judge Moore At a meeting of the bar association of this place on M o n d a y last the following preamble and icsolu- t i o n s were u n a n i m o u s l y adopted: Win RLAJ,, AlmiKlitv God in tlic dispt-nsat cm of His wise Providence lias removed from us Chief Judge of the Orpli.inV Couit, lion ficorjte II Moore, who has for many \i_.tr= presided c\«.r tlic sessions of s-iid Court where « e lia\ e from tune to tune been brought into prolcssion.il contact willi lnm In token of the liiRhrc.fr.ird for his uniform kindness and fairnis'; tow ird us in .illourprofession.il l)usmc,5s relations \\\\\\ him .mcl also his .iccurate kno«lc?di;e ot tilt U ti mclltary law of this State--lor t l i c i L w t s H O I I L beltcrin this county--thei cfoit. he il Rcsolreil, by the members of the liar lor Caro line Comitj thai the (kith of the lion Gcorne II Moore, the connly hab lost out. ol tlic hc.st learned men in testamentary law w i l h m her borders The ability find inipirtnhU mill uh eh hi discharged the duties d e i o l v i n g upon him as Chief Judge ot the Orphan's Court cli ilU ifred the respect and confidence o f i h e u l i o l i people. lie \\ascarefnl, pitient and clTectu_ in Ins \\ork A man \\ho did in all the \\alks ot lii_ ma^e consciellec Ins guide, \\is firm .ind i n l l t M b l e HI contending for \\lmt he decnud ri^hl md in de noiuieing urong His luluts uere studious mil industrious, his temperament equable, Ins dis cernmelit accurate, hisjmlgment jii-L Resolved, that \\e lender to his uulou nnd family our profound s\mpatt \ in their };rc, I bereavement Resolved, tint these proceedings be entered upon the mimiUs ol the Orphan'-, Court and a copy thereof be sent to his l.imik iml nlso to the county papers for publication On tho Dcuth of Mm. \dcliu N u l l l c . Our friend succlh sleeps, Her sufferings are o'er She is resting, at list On Heaven's bright shore, Where pain never enU-is And care is unktio-u n She has cut red H I L )nrt il Ol a giur.h^d h^iiu. She was a Christian And l i v e d close to her CJocl, When sorel\ afflieted She kissed the stern rod '1 here V.TS no miirninnnfr When sufleriug p u n , She bore it -Kith patience, And seldom complained She \vis a kind daughter A fond, loving Viiie', And lor her dear children Would have laid doun her life. To her friends N C would siv Never fear 1 all is w e l l ! She has gone w i t h her hiuour 1'orexer to d w e l l III Heaven's bright minsions, where suffering's utikuow n, She is stinging God's praises, Safe, safe, at home' --JULIA , S i I i l L , n __ iu t s e i } yiid ne\\ H i t s ^e.i^oii. i. ~. \ ·· M i y to · n l l , i . f ( i v o I , L i i okl £ocnl? b^n ' · i s re v' . ( i il .MC not as p i e t ! - . , not PS i i " i t, not \\ luit \ on u t , ' i . This u o ' U of h . d p o i -! TL-, -Penl loCIoln, .' 1 , ). , o n . o [i -^ ~iiz tr 1 1 o^ 1 Jll i [ ' , C i L!|L^' B.u u"\e "; ( i C l C p - I I ' .7J. Pin-strrv /iVis.U.iLS, . i l l u u j l .'_ f GUI SI 2j Siik i n\o 1 P'tuiM . iu 1 l i u 1 ; ( J^ 'rom CO l l l u l l v l ^ 1 e l L i i 1 .1 % I 1 I~C Sor f) C e O l e l O J i l )^ MosTe, CPC.ICS-- -,ie.on, blue, bi i\ n \.itn while, ," i^ luiii ,o^ W. A. STEWARTS .--.DY FOR BUSINESS. u Lillian Corsets these mobt rt-iin,: , i o i b , i i t!l \. O. TA\I OR \ \ u i t zyvr-TiB ·' P R O D U C E COMMISSION M E R C H A N T S , -"^ I l" ^\^ W^' ^ \ Vxv'.'., 'i /·/ i i - \ i l i u i i i l B u i ] , ol l l t i l t i m n i c ; First National U i n k o l ! i . n u l l i t S t p w . u t - t o u n . P-i i . - \ i i \ u i ) r N I 0 - , M UH F \ M rt.^iC.'.GEl-'S SALE ?, \ c only a p i o ' M c m 01 ma v / a c U i i i n g lo linns tlvm cut 1.1 i l l q u i h t e s y o u '!«-UiX! J L J I i n ,\ u l . A -i ' L 1'nn c n n . f o i t and 1 i i i M i _ . ' i ~ .u i ! ' p o d IP. these tl L. .. ' i C\ l l ^ i ..^ .i B .{. J All me l u o li unmet.; the i-l coisets in \ \ l n l c anil club. An 2 P i p o r ' r : t ; ^ e ) : ! . ; ; , b i y - CarpcL Cz-o i";"'"'Jl'A^j folks call it--Ii is put u in po^ i- ; bion of f o l l y - f i v e t h o u s i ' i 11" o l i n n - j d red and s i x t y - f i v e \ . U e L o f C.u- pets. V E L V E T , \ X \ \ : N S n R A N D A\OQ! L l 11 . Theie a i e 105 st\ Ics in a ' l -- a n d all of ihem new tin-, } t u . 33 - r - le - u i j i_ Ji 13 ! J \ in'- " w di- ste iJ ol 1 35 sfjleb \\nii.ii U i . C ' i O j..:tl% t.i n- iteul o! i,I Theie -tie nipels fc. almost eveiy caipct need--i^e Ion : \ v ·- mg s o r t s - m a t .110 f m v ^ l \ .ih ts 1 1 even the f u l l m a i k o t puce 01 tn? day. . ' 11 - ilf i o u t , i n n d n i \ 1 n ''il \\ i-liuij,- 1 \ \ l l l l _l in In- H i'e', to v' M i . ! , 1 ' li i n _ il id' tlic I i · i ,1 M \ I · I i, i n ' l I O L ildi'il I ' ' ' ^ . I ' I «' i, 102 Hill I ] i l l ' - 1 1 \\ ill 1 llll i u i i l l \\ i l l -ell * i i ' i . _;lu t h i d i l i l in l h , ' l - l '!' 'I' 1 , . \ \ l l ' 1 i n n i I o\\ lm_, CireU: i ti 1 i , \I n , 1,'iicl, on .:;, 2':-L(hy of Fiay, 1898, ALL mm i 5c, a Yard, Our Motto is to Sell Yon Good Goods at Bottom Prices. C I N V I T E Y O U R ATTENTION tin- w e e k ti our l i n o of Ladies' Slippers and Oxfords v liie ii 1) t \ e ju-t n i \ cr\, and !ire second lo iin.ic \Ve h i \ c ill sjiadcs, black .mil tun .mil all p u t t s ^\"u li ivc iceeived tin u c e k ulso a lot of LADIES' SHOES, !, | i ( ) , i h c \ p i n pun- but h u h in q u i i l i t j . \Ve ' · · n - e l l \ i H i i ]i in-ot ^hoes for S1.'J3 and l a r i i i l r c them la tcui -ati-faction. Yoi isjht to =co o n 'jl'23, H 50 tind S-'00 Jilis Lndica'Shoe- in stock l a n d i n g s i . h . , .. , n , .,, t i , j:,/i,th | "'i' llLC hom i ! ii ' i i · i i 'i p u t of the n « i rti rt n A r » ' :/ v, ,r. r:,^^^ 6bc, to $3.50 per Pair i i i . l 'i l ' ' I . l l l n n \ to tllO 1 ' i J - i - e u ii'in,' , ' A ^oeuf-tot! ^Ue) of M K N ' S BOYS -..--» -( -^jf T.-f\r{ iul C i l l l j U R ! N'S b l l O f j b t?ec then . v , . , ' ; j » j ^. rJ . ^aJclAAWisi bolorepiiKh.i-.iiig Thu be.i'on is liore fo , · 1 i n p i o . ul li\ i i^ooel STRAW HATS mid v o have them in ill pncp= and styles Ple.i-^o leinonilici oni lou p n c o o o n CJoth ii-g Suits for Me u. troin §1 7j to S10 00. When You Paper Your House, [\ J, \ l l l l .1 \ c i t i t - l i u i k l i n g s , .ill ..ll j ( ' ul -0 i f pill ll I~LM-, V J U . l Ui I 1 . L l . O N A K D , M u i t g i ^ c o .-, A i i \ 111 [-. , A l t ' i n i . \ . G i \ r u- i call for Pipe". \Ve have al yi ides, and aic b u l l i n g it the l i g h t price; -- s u n e as all our goo^U K I C sold .it. ^ ' , ) ''[i t V ' - t ^ ' ^ O S A. 1/15 ' Conic in ind soe IK K \ AI \ Alii ·· Tia i- rr-j · M VII I l l i . TOWN OF DENT'JK, i 1H CWOLIPE COUKTY. U n d i r ind \ \ n I H ii i i Ciixnil C'ou.t M , (. u i l l i 11 l ' t i 1 - a C o m L ' .- | i"' \ p i I i i . 1 ' d,i\ i l \ ] · I I s :- i, i ( u . i l i ]IOIH!III^ u In ..'in O , i _ \ i ! ( i , · ' Saiiiiu 1 ^J". 11 i r i \ v i , ' i , , , in. 1 Sarah !'. - ui ^ ' i u i \ .1 ! i i . i- ! .! SuuNhiii \ \\ 1 1 1 i ·- u! · i - L i i. i '. " l i f l l p l , 1" t i l l - i l l - - W 1 1 i ! 'i ]H11 ' i i . - tlOll 1 1 1 i t i i l l i . l l i l l l C l "11 I I M-0 l l ) ' 1 1 1 t l i u to \ u i i LV to i , "\li' on SATURDAY, MAY. 14lh, 1398, bet\\ pen the ll m - i I _' m l 1 m l *· ^ ;i i . thu follow in; u ll -I i i , lo i.. .t \ l ' l h l lot, t l ' ft 01 p i . i 11 o. I i K' ··itii ti I l u S l \ t l l UlLilKl, 1)| .1 . L . ( I'll ' . O M |"U, Md on t'li' i u 1 [ \ i i(' Ii ' i ' i _ , i i u Dciiton lo I ' n U · u i Ijm n iu t u t - I i l - ot u. ^r. L! M' i t i i . 'i i is in nit i 1 miles from UL iimn, n d i . u u n i ' i _ ol land, inoio oi IP*-*, unl r u t i . o \ c l In i New Two-Siory Dv/olling i i ii i i ! t ii 11 i p nu i md aii- ' i i . j in i 'i i i l H urtiMi;u lioni .11 ' A i!!u u I O \ , d i ' iii i'ii-, hci 1 · ] ' , . ( . ! .1 \V M i . ' k l . L i i m i f . . t'n i 'i i i\ i i Dni'iiiljui A . I) , J 7 K i . \ . ' · , )i i m l a b r FJ J I O , N !i 'i ~ i t .1 M i 1 unl K H o i d k- . . i · n i t v t n · i i n i i u i - i ^ n i d , ! - i i ' i i ·! · IM t |i ililu 1 - ilc in 1 i ! . i i . i t j i u'-i- It.'i i i i tin to\\ n , !· . - i DBNTON, MD. Tim SPOT GASH STORE. ! inili MAY, ·'£17s of Sale. Tlu t P i n - ol s i ' ( 1- ,i i , , i ' b f couit i i ( ) ' , ·-!] »H "L thi 1111 i -i i to be j i i il l i t i -h o . il ,\ ul -1 1 ', ' K! i 'i re-id ue in "ii mo t n - n "n '' \ ' il the i H h i p o i 1 i ' i In M 1 1 -· . in i i . I V I I I l 1 · ·] I i ' ( i ' ' I L _i t h e n - n i l nil)! i ' 1 \ i i - M 'iltll' p 11 H i . i - . i i! l- 1. !' \ ii\ 'j.v i ( ) -l PI; .To!^ "\\" (.'l . K K ,1 I , ; l ] I I ' A 1 t l O l H '1 t 1 i i i il · 'i nil ol -' and I i . c l o f l c n l ·' ' \ il !· I l l n ' \ H U M ' il i - l i t i 1 ' i u -. ^ u i I 1 , a I Dl 01 ll a t ot 1 i · t . i !· i in 1 hi .1 _ i n the Koiutli ! i ' i i 'i . i ' t i i n l i ' i o i n n t \ , on i'i ' id 1 i i. r, ,,i I'u^ton. to Clmp- 1 "i 1 v. i. .0 '. I ' f ' . i e i i (' '51 uli - n o w u i i - id'011 n^' t i l l 1 i] i p p i t \ ol J e h u U ile- :. 1 i' i ' i 1 i nl u n i ' i ^ 190 ACRES c · 1, in i ui 'u - T h i s J u i i i i-, PIMI- U l l ' i l l I ' l l I ' l l I I I t o I l l ' l O l t l - t l- I '' l i' e .' l i 1 ill 111^ ,l,ll l- in a I ' l l ' i t i n .-· 11 I ' , i i i i more i i i 1 \ i - 11 in i ii i 1 l i o n i -aid I I I ' 5 1 I t ' - ' i . . O I . ! \ I I I liic.-. t ! i :e i . M ! I u L I I G . .\u 31, ' "i '1 . i f i l t i n 1 il (' n n i | looks ol V. . i n i u ( i n i . 7 ER 7 S OF S ILJi. 'I i' n if - i'i :'n U i i n i i i- i , i. t i . · i ! ' ' i ' ' I ' i !- i - \ i I I\M h i' im mho i l i ' l i i i 11 I |i i \ i .1 lit- to ho i i h i i · i ai f - e di i -id lo the ' . i i i I c i i n i i - it,i'e in a l l oa-h | · 1 \ 11 - !·, in, i ^ option ot tlie I I i i u .-i i C U U I U b V i . h J . A O l . i : . Ci..'i \\ ll 1 1 -u A l t i ' i in \ , Order Nisi, O-e ir Cl irk, Assignee, John K. Middle and \ufe, Win. Biddl and wife Tn the C i i c u i t Couit for Caroline county In E q u i t v . Oidcicil t h i b U t h d i y ' o f April, 1898 that tlio sale of tho pioperty in these pro- i(_i ding 1 ; mentioned, made and icporte L^ OM;.U CLrK, assignee, bi- latificd anc (.onlinni'il, H n k s b caii«c to tho contian then of be shown on 01 befoie the twen lieth day of J u n e n c \ t ; provided a cop; of this older be insi'itcd in some neuspa per p i i n t e d and puUibhccl in Carolm u m n u , once in cm li of tlitco successive weeks, bcloie the bKtcenth day of M^; ne\t. The repint '.tntc? Uio amount ofsales t bo b r JOl) 90 CIIAS. W. HOBBS, Cleik. Tiuc c o p \ -- t e s t , ' CIIAB W. 110BBS, Cleik. L Notice, Suit! --'HOP ·*^ m o i o \ \ ( · ! , a n d n i o i c s c i \ i c c l u n j o i ' can oc-L in eni) ( , l l ' i ! i J for the mcMv. v 1 - , _ seij^f si'ii ' c M - i i ViOi.ilci.! L O C K . C . ^ H ^ L I , sponged r i n d A t c ii i i . i ' i r '^d' men Is cut in tl-c 1 I u r ^ i Suits at s . - o , ^ t/ ^o, l i u , $12.50 and - . [ - , . Double- breasted co.'t Sr.'ts L!I( J young men. ^8. ,sio, M 2 . 5 0 and si5. The si-, s u i t s aio s'ik Inud and s i l k | fact c!; \ o, \ nc/bbv 4 nu I ·" J s vciy dicssy. Our ?io, I ^.12.50 and ^ i s ·single:-' breasted coat suits c u e ' made skeleton lined sea.iib bound \vith suin a n t l . s ; - ! tin shoukleis. All s i / c s j in Bo, s' Sei^o Suits. ' $6.50, S/.5O and 10. Grey Scr^f; Suils at '·jio, ^12 and $15. Neat pin check · patteinb. I Open evenings. j JAS, T, MULLIN SON.J Clotliino', Sixth and Hats, ' Market, Shoes, Wilmington. \ V i l im (1 l i i a P i e N \ H i - ' i M i , . ] l i i I ii 1 ( il i.i' \ ' ' i' i ' n l i n e i u n l \ Hi i\ i i u t i l l i ' i l , n - [i ,, .1 t l i c I V l i n i cit 'i' i : l u I I - L I i' 1 n tlie ' i i ui ! ' i \\ i i l n i i n mi . 1 Oi \ , PI ( 'M .it, ind tlic i j - · a- p i in 1'ii.nt t i n -- ' 1 '". I I I -HI I I l i M l . , II ii, -1 111(1 . ' i d · i l St ite i)' M a i v l i n d 1 1 1 - I . ' . / ' l l l l l l l l I 1 l l ' J I ! C i l l l l l - t I · 'l 1 1 1 ll -I I I II _,(! Oi l l l b d l l - t . !. ' 11 ('!· ' 1 , l l I 1 II- I p p l O N ll I I ' \ 1 1 I 1 1 1 I l ' I U' I i D | H O 11. ! \ ', i i .i ir i In- ti u-t M u i- i MI n i i I ;'i il tho -.ml i i .11 i c i . |i, i ' i 'fi' i UK ('n .lit C o u i t i i i i. i n ' n i n r i l \ MI t i · Inn ih M o n u a x .J u i \i i i ' i - W v - 1 -in li i i t o i i o a i l u i i LI 1 i 1 _, .1.01 - a- ' U i i ^ d i t o i - 5 cn- i 11 i i i n ii - m i , pi . p o o oi allege i n -i I i i i n 1 i i it 1 i- i,n L i t ! a^L l o i l \ L! A l i !!.- i il I i 1 .- m d i t o i i \\liicli ' I " i ; I ) l l - ! ' l I « I ( _ k l \ l o r t' ]K . ' i".\ ' u - bv i n - e i t i n ^ a 11 | u t i - t ' U u i in - niiL n e u - p i p e r ]U ' j l l l 1 1 I C I . ) M l I ' t i l l l l l \ ( ul L .1 \. ( "lv ml IK - t i l l [ ' l i o n ol 'in I \ i t , l \ ^ M. K M A U f I X . 1 11. · i H V --'l\ -f t J A I M i -5 V UUBIJS, Llt-ilc. Business Men Take Notice! 1, - i u u t Ii.iUu 201 Aots of IS'JS, f r. i L . i l l . .-1 t t i -iii- i licen-e to e\ory ] ) L I i i v - l i i l 1 i'p'\ foi Ihc s line, but L mi t ". -u i i i m u l i . i l to intcdiiti' a n j l i L i L · i - i p I') un ]i i t " ) 01 poi-oiib a n \ ',m t ibi i 1 i'i in n the m o n t h in ·,\lm li ll i - - i n e i-1\" i l h obi t i l l a b l e , nn- diM 1 i j i a ... o --jUOt) toi ( l u l l and e \ c i \ ft'.. 1 L I 11 d iin al n ic ( j n i u d to 1 ty boi'oio M I \ ,1 ml |ii \ a h-t of all hceiiiCS ,1 i n't I'd u.i mo loi i - n o \ u i i a pi 101 to the i i K i - l i i i _ ol'biidi n i . u i d j u i \ . CllAKLJisS W. HOBBS 1-7-31 Cleik. PUBLIC LOCAL LAW, O P E I J V T I Y E I N CAROLINE COUN TY PASSnn AT TIIK J A N U A R Y HI'.ss^o^f, iso8. AN AC. 1'to amend \rticlc sr\, ten and twenty one of the Co Ic of Public I ocal Law ;, title, re piLtively, "Caroline Lount\," 'Dorchestc. CouiiU "imt " T.ilbot Comity," sub title "I-ibli ' 1\ ..(Ulnig three n.\; sections thereto, to hi .k'sijrnnl'.d jRS bi.ctoti 146 A, of Article si\, sec t i o n l j i ^ A of Article ten and section 116 A, o \rtieli_ t\M.nl\ one . S i L i i O N l Di.it cn.ii.tctl b} tlic Gcnt.r.il A- setiibly ot M,iryi,intl, lh.it Article six, ten am t \ \ L i i U oin of Uie Code ot ruhlic Local I, i w s titli. n.spt.cti\ th,'X.irolnic Countx," ' Dorches ter Count', and I'albut County," sub title 1 i l i ' bi., .md tin. s tine are hereby nnieuilud by iildiii}^ three HLU sections thereto, lo he tlesig lilted rtspcctu.l3 is sections one hundred am lort\-six V ot Yrticlesiv one IiiiitdrcdniHlc.i£liU tuo A ol Article ten Jiud one iiiiudred and bi\ teen \ of \rtiete t«e»t\ one. 146 \ of Article -i\ 1S2 \., of Article ten, niu 116 \, ot Arliele t\\cntj one. It sliall not be la\\ till lor auv person to keep, put or allon Ins hci or their liaal seine, Holt-seiner fjkcs, pound net-, st.ike-iut:* or other deMecs "except hook, and l u i L j to bt in or il-icl in .in\ of the -\\aters o: J Uie Cliopt.liik K u e i 01 .LII^ o f i l t trilml-ines be t i v e e i i t l i e lioitra ot l u e l v e noon on tnch am n.erj S i t n r d i v .ind sunrise on the follounu Mtn'd L\ inoruiuij, ^H1 .ni\ [n.r-on \ i o l n t i n f f .1113 ( llie ]ro\ i -ion- ol l l l l - - ^ ^ l i o n sh ill be deimei L, n l i \ ol i misdemeanor iiitl upon coiiMctioi U i e i e o l bUure :in\ Ju^t-ee ol llie Peace in am I i r . i i n ol said comities hiving jurisdiction in t l i e premises, s h l l l be lined not less than fue nor i ; toie Hi in hfl\ dol'ars fore i.'i Tiut e\(.r^ offenei 01 sin I be--u jecllo a forfeiture of tile semes, i i ' I - ll-es, boats and .iiJinirteiianccb thereto bc- lou^iiit;, or both line and lorfeitnre in the disf re- tioii ot the J u-lice, |)rovided, h o u c \ e r , that the leeused shall h ue .1 riijht to ]iray a jnr\ trial, or to t il*e in appeil lo llie Circuit Lourt of the iou:il v.herein t h e leousect is irnigned as in ct'ier cnnuuil cases ot the s inic firadc, upon Kumjf Lhe ublial bondb require I ui such cases .\nil be il uiacti.fl Tliat tin -iet shall t ike ef feet Irom tiled itc of Us pa sijre Appro\eil \]nl |J, ]s')s I.LO\D I u\\ M1 b, Goxernor JOHX \ \ l i v l J x A N I J M . L , 1'iesidciit of the ben ite ] OUl^ SC.11 \I 1-J.R, S.ie ll:el tI the House ol DcleiriteS Office oi the-Chit f Clerk of the House of Delegates I hereby certify tint the nforeffoiiiff is a true eopy oi ,iu Act oi the- Ceueral AisembU of Mnrv- I ind, p.ibsed al the Jiiinarj, Stssion, ISIS /, HOI SI IIOI.UI K, Llucl Clerk of tin. House of Delegates ^ BUILDERS TAKE NOTICE VI: i OK SAM; A'L DENTON BRIDGE 250,000 1 CYPRESS CEDAR DIFFERENT GRADES. ritici:s TO SUIT. sJ "'ft $ 'I T ^ Jj« 1 · At the Si'jn of tic Gnjstcil Globe. GETTING ACQUAINTED WITS THE "THE GO3 E," Baltimore's wide-awake and progressive Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, wants to make the business acquaintance of every reader of this paper. "Coming events east their shadows before." A "coming event" that will interest and instruct you is the issue of the spring 1 and summer edition of THE GLOBE'S ICATALOGUEI which will be published and ready for distribution about the latter part of March (perhaps sooner.) hen you've carefully read tKe catalogue you'll be lots wiser. "We think you'll like "THE GOBI'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, EASTOIM, MD. PEERLESS TRA-GTION ENGINES, PEERLESS i EPARATORS, PEERLESS SELF-FEEDERS,. PEERLESS WEIGHERS AND BAGGERS, PEERLESS SAW MILLS, PEERLESS PORTABLE, DOMESTIC AND STATION RAY ENGINES A ND BOILERS. OUR GUARANTEE: We will o-uarantee our Peerless Threshing Rigs will do more work and better work than any other make of machine on the marke'. o · w» wisl pu them side and side and take the best f-v · · · o i · A ^o Imperial Stackers by the car load. Repa-nn \\ all brandies. Bicycles repaired, re-enameled and nickle-pUiitd nt ReasoTiable prices. For particulars call on or address fur ca.Jugue. G. 1£. WX1TGJLXU}, Telephone call No. 35. Near P. W. B. R. R. Depot. OARRIAQ ES! BUGGIES! BINDERS, RAKES! H AVINp-just completed .1 large warehouse, I have on hand a complete stock of- Cnrriagcs, Spindlo ttui;srie:;, Dnjtons, Speed Caitt. Farm Wagons--one and two horse. THE QUEEN OP TilE HARVEST FIELD is the OSBOIRNE COLUMBIA BINDER and bejone} »n doubt st.i'-ids w i t h o u t it peer. The No. 4 Mower is the lightest draft. Ail-Steel Hay Rnkes and H:iy Tedders, with bicycle and interchangeable wheels; Disc Harrows, Spiing-Tooth Harrows. The machines and implements are nil in stock now. A n d don't forget that Osboine Implements succeed where others fait. I am in ft'posi- tion to quote you Ihc \ cry lowest prices on everything I handle. Am HE/ADOIJAR-ERS FOR BINDER 57WINE. G i i c me n callj mid let mo give jou ft few points on prices. H. M. THOMPSON, - - HILLSBORO, MD. FOR SIXTY-SEVEN YEARS HAVE BEEN MANUFACTURED. Year "by Year they have "been 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, DEXTTOXT, jiii|in|»iiiii||ii ijiiiliiiiiiiiiiijiiiimjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifii'iaiji"!'"]" 1 ! 111 !' 11 ! 11 * 1 * 1 *"! 11 * 1 aving- decided to discontinue the A\il!ii7ery I WILL hlit.L,\IJ, M Y M I M J K 1 3 R Y STOCK, CONSISTING OF HATb, KIHBOXS, i;rc ,· 0S^P FOR S CASH! I F Y O U W A N T BARGAINS NOW IS Y O U R CHANCE! 3 f f Mrs. Clark will still have charge of the Trimming §§ Department. If W. B. BROWN, Denton, Md. For Sale, Money to Loan. Miller Raspberry, line hard plants, at | I linvc money to lo:tn on Ilrst mortgage 2.00 per thousand Address F. L STAMBAUGH, Ridgely, Aid on real estate, in sums to suit borrower* OSCAK CLARK, Denton, Md. IV ®

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