Denton Journal from Denton, Maryland on May 28, 1898 · Page 4
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SAN JOSE SCALE REMEDIES. M E L V I N , STEELE 4. J O H N S O N , E D I T O R S A N D P R O P R I C T O R S . ] SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1898. f^^$gg PROFITABLE ASPARAGUS. How the Famous Oyster Bay Product Is | Growu --Cutting and Markctlug. | Asparagus is generally considered a profitable crop. It is now growu so extensively that special tools are used in its culture, aud large growers in diilev- j ent parts of the country linvo their fa- ASr-AKAGUS 33OX FOR SHOUT SHIPMEST. vorito and various methods of procedure. From an account by The Rural New Yorker of present practices in growing nud marketing this vegetable the following information is gleaued, together witli the illustrations: For the production of the white shoots so popular, from the Oyster Bay (if. Y.) district deep planting is required. Some growers use for making the furrows a special plow that makes a furrow about 18 inches deep. Some growers, especially on heavy laud, make them 13 inches deep. The trenches aro mode from 3% .to i or 5 feet apart. Each grower has his own ideas about depth, distances apart, fertilizers, etc. Some growers prefer 3-year-old roots and Eome 2-year-old. Whichever me used they should be strong and vigorous. The plants-are put in the bottom of the tfpi:cb Jo to 18 inches apart aud partially covi'tcd with soil. The treucb- es r.rc filled r:idcr,lly as the plants grow by frequent cultivations wbich keejj (be-fjroucd clean. Some growers nsit MUSH-JIB and consider it best, while otbc:s prefer coiny.iercinl fertilizer;-. :.ud faliil othtrs uro governed by oircnuifctaiices as to their choice. Some apiiy feitiliteru always iu the spring, ·while others fertilise the old beds irn- meclialrly ::fttr tljo cutting ser.sou each year, c.!aiiiiii-p that thidgives tho plants a good, sliviJi; growth aud fits them for seudiug t;p :a:i:trous' large shouts the next icr.scu. Tbe ordinary tillage tools aru DEL;! isr keeping the beds clean, though Eoma large growers have special tools. Tbo old tops are removed each spring, tho surface thoroughly worked up aud Isf t in ridges over the rows. In £gbting tho i:ew asparagus rust tho New Jersey station recommends removing aud burning the tops in the fall. The most popular variety has always been the Conover's Colossal, though Barr's j-J:iu:iaotb is grown by some, and more" reciei.t additions havo been Palmetto,'Coin t::bi;:u White and others. At the Ko\v Jersey experiment station Palnielto'was tho Icusfc affected by the new and te'.rnctive asparcgus rnst cf all the varieties tested. Cutting begins as suon as the shoots begin lo bLcw nicely abovo the surface. It is done by means of a special knife, requires great care and la hard work. Careless work would destroy many of the' beds that are just starting. The beds are usually cut over every day. The shoots are put into bunches ·weigh- ing about three pounds each by means of some of the numerous bunching machines now 011 the market. The bunches are about six to nine inches long and Fare Kerosene Spray the Latest nml Most Interesting Development. Tho matter of remedies for San Joso scnlo has received severe tests in every quarter, aud reports of results appear conflicting. Tbo last report of L. O. Howard, entomologist of tho department of agriculture, states that tho whale oil soap treatment which had been previously recommended as tbe best known next to the radical process of cutting down trees and burning them lias when properly applied and when potafch boaps aio used fulfilled expectations, hut the insect develops aud multiplies so rapidly that tho escape of 5 per cent of the insects or oven less after winter treatment will result in the speedy restocking of the trees. Hydrocyanic acid gas has been used extensively for nursery stock with good results by some and with poor results by others. Tbo moab interesting development of the past year iu remedial work has been tho use of pure kerosene as a spray. Professor J. B. Smith, who did much vork iu this direction during J897, has suggested that instead of winter applications summer work would prove most satisfactory and undiluted kerosene the most effective insecticide. His latest views aro summarized thus in a receut- y issued bulletin: "Apple, pear, quince, plum, cherry, peach aud a largo variety of other trees were sprayed iu August, and even the nursery trees camo through tho ordeal iu safety in almost every instance, while iu 110 case was any huge tree killed or even seriously wounded. Jn one instance bearing Kieft'er trees wero sprayed in July nnd September and jiveii heavy doses, with tho result of milling only a few water sprouts. The essential points to be regarded iu the application of kerosene aro the finest possible spray, tho completes^ aud thinnest possible coating over tho entiro surface and weather conditions favoring rapid evaporation. Tho trees themselves should be dry. Any departure from iheso suggestions may cause injury, for [ wish it distinctly understood that kerosene improperly used is fatal to plant life." Dr. Smith emphasizes the desirability of a more perfect atomizer than is uow on the market, since the kerosene should be applied iu the form of an almost impalpable mist. All trimming should bo done, according to Dr. Smith, at least a mouth before kerosene is applied. A clear dry day should be selected, so that the kerosene may evaporate rapidly. Tho trees themselves should be perfectly dry. If lie were confined to one application only, ho would select; September treatment with kerosene as most likely to be completely effective. The foregoing represents the newest; and most favorable view of thisremedy. Sluuy cases are mentioned in Piofessor Howard's bulletin where kerosene proved us deadly to the trees as the insects. It is from such experiences that Professor Howard has decided "not to rec- oiunieud tho pcre kerosene spray as tho result of auy one's experience without first advising cho individual fruit grower to experiment in a small way aud determine for himself by experience iu his 11 locality and under tho local conditions which exist thero whether he can nsa Jieroseuo to advantage." EOUTHEP.j; ASPAKAGUS CRATE. just about tbe size of a quart cup. In fact, some small growers use a cup of this kind to shape the bunches and fioine use homemade wooden bnnchers. The shoots should be assorted, the larger and smaller ones being pnt in separate bunches. Tho latter aro just as good for eating, but do not usually sell so well. The bunches are tied with raffia or soft string. Tho tops of the bunches are made even, and then the butts cnfc off square with tbe kuife. Tho bunches are a little smaller at the tops than at tho butts. This enables growers to pack them BO the tips will be protected. The first cut shows a crate containing two dozen bunches in two layers. The box is a little wider thai) tho length of two Tranches, and these are packed in, tips and butts alternating. With the butts agaiust the outside of the box the tips are kept from touching each other or tbe box and are thus protected from bruising. · The box is of just the right size so that the bunches fit iu tight aud cannot shake around. No packing material is used for nearby market. Tbe second cut shows a southern crate holding two dozen bunches, but the lat ter stand on end. The crate is a little narrower at the top than at the bottom. Those bunches stand on damp moss or other packing material, which keeps · them fresh during their long journey. Deep Eyed Svreet Potatoes. In selecting varieties of potatoes to "plant, especially those whoso reputation is not established, American Cultivator advises care in avoiding those marked with deep eyes. Nearly all potatoes havo to bo pared before being cooked, and the deep eye is almost always cut out without making a hole in the potato. This is the more wasteful because the part of tlio potato which is thrown away with tho peeling is more nutritions thau tliiU wbich grows near the center of tbo potato. Brevities. Amei-icau Cnit valor thinks there is little danger 01! applying mineral fertilizers, either potash or phosphate, too heavily to fruit trees iu the spring. In both seeds aud foliage, potash especially ia reqnired in far greater amounts than it is for ordinary farm crops. Mr. 3. D. Willard pronounces the Sweet Eutaii and the Bui-bank the best of all Japanese plnms. Tbey are prolific and profitable, as is also the Hickson. A last thorough scraping of tbo barnyard after hauling oat the winter made manure often results in the saving of a Jot of old, rich, finely rotted manure valuable for application in the hill with com. It ia claimed that the liberal applica *iou of crude potash suits, especially kaJuit, to the boil acts to a certain ex- taut as an insecticide or a preventive of Ilcaeuremont For Grain BIDS. A cubical bos 12% inches each way will hold a bnshel. Hence to ascertain (ho contents of a bin take a stick or rule 12% inches long and divide it jy marks into tenths aud hnudredths. Ueaburo the length, breadth aud depth with this rule. Multiply the three dimeusious together and tho product will bo the bushels. This is the most convenient and easiest method mown. Use tho rule as though it were tcct aud tenths. Suppose, for example, a bin (using this measure as :i foot) measures 8.5 feet in length by 5.7 feet iu width and 4.9 feet iu depth. The product of theso is 237.405, or about 337.4 bushels. A correspondent of Ohio Farmer recommends that every farmer make such u rnle aud use it where the contents of bins or boxes are reqnired. Tvro Farm Conveniences. The first figure represents a homemade pair of bobsleds, or fiat bottom mud bobs, that will take the place of tbe old, long mud sled. The runners are made of plank J feet G inches long by 4 cbeb wide and 1% inches thick, bolted together with two tbree-ejghths inch bolts. The dark linos in cut (A A) are pieces of 2 by 4 iuch stuff, set up edgeways and hollowed out as shown. The raves are made of 1% inch thick stuff, 4 inches wide. Beams are 3 by 4 inches square; holsters the same. Tho blocks under beam are 3 by 4 inches, cut off square and bolted up through ruuuor CURE ALL VOUR PAINS W!TH | BOBSLED9 AND HANDCART. and ravo with two half inch bolts. This makes a very strong pair of bobs, that ore just tbe tbing to use iu tbe sugar bush and around on the farm iu the spring of tbe year. The second figure shows a very bandy device for hauling corn to the shredder, or jast the thing to bring the corn from the field to fill the silo. Tho platform is made of plunk 2 inches thick, with pieces of 2 by 4 scantling bolted on a each end. Two old mowing machine wheels are to be used. The axle skonlc bo placed 1 foot 3 inches from tbe center. Tbe platform ehonld be 6 feet wide by ]6 feet long. Both these devices are il lustrated and described iu the Ohio Farmer. Primitive Feklng. It is perhaps not generally known that the defense of Peking is stil largely intrusted to men armed only with hows and arrows. A recont imperial decree solemnly directs that those who "succeed in hitting the target with their arrows on horseback five times be given" such an3 such rewards, while those who manage to hit the mark four times on foot and once on horseback and foui times on foot only shall be proportionately recompensed. Tho decree concludes with a list of the presidents and tallyists appointed foi nrchery competitions which are stil to take place. Pat'n Way. One day an Irishman was taking a walk in a small town near Glasgow when he met an old friend. After walking along the road together Pat's friend eaidl to him, "Have you heard the latest newai' Pat--No. What is it? "There's a penny off the loaf." Pat--Btdad, and I hope it is off the penny ones 1--London Tit-Bits. TJLBERT C. TOWERS, ATTOKNJBX-AT-l.A IV Denton, Maryland. LTER S P A R K L I N , ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, MAKYI.AND. OFFICE wrm J vs. N. Toir. K-q. Pain-Kilier. A Medicine Chest in Itsolf. Simple, Safe and Quick Cure for CRAMPS. DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, COLDS. RHEUMATISM, | NEURALGIA. £; 25 and 5O cent Bottles. M BEWARE OF IMITATIONS | i BUY ONLY THE GENUINE. (SJ PERRY DAVIS' Fre?b Groceries. T1TEW GOODS! '-TAVJNG restocked my Gitoemtv DEPAKTMEXT, I am now pvepar- il to supply my customers suid the u b l i c generally w i t h e v e r y t h i n g iu hut l i n e , I'rcsh and of 'ihe bcstqual- y- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C L A R K . A ttorney-nt-Luw, ·DKKIOS, AIA1CTJ.AKV. Collections find all professional business iromptly attended to. W iLEVJER EMORY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CKNTKKVJLLE, Ml* "Will practice nlso in Carolina, Talbot ind Xent county. ICT ALEX. IIUTSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DKNTOX, "Will practice is the courts of Cnrnline ind :iiljnccnt counties. nn PLINY FISHER, A TTOJRNE Y-A T-LA W, DENTON, MD. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention. Collection ol claims H specialty. OTABVEY L. COOPER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, AIABYJT.ANU. Close nllcnlion will be given to »!1 busi- :icss en trusted to mv care. JOHN W. CLARK, JR. Box 68. Dento Will sell property in Caroline or any of ihe adjoining counties. IIE.NKV K. LEWIS. \V1LLARD E, WKSr, LEWIS WEST, ATTORNEYS-AT-L A W, DENTON, AID. Will practice in the Courts of Carolm Tlbotand Queen Anne counties. DR. KNOCH Gi.oRor, DK. P. R. FISIICK GEORGE FISHER, Physicians, Surgeons Gynaecologists, DENTON, MARYLAND. Office at residence of Dr. Euocl treorge, Main Street. J. B. K. EMORY ^ CO (EMORY * JTBAV ITT.) -- GENERAI -COMMISSION MERCHANTS LIGET STREET, Baltimore. WM. H. D K W E K S K . FRED H. OWKN: DEWEESE DENTON, 31D. Office in tho Court House. Mortgages foreclosed, estates settled and irompt attention given to all business en ;ruited to us. Will practice in the State and Fcdcra iourt. "\VM. H. DKWEESE, State's Attorney for Caroline county. , PAINTER AND DECORATOR, . . . . DENTON, JIr. S l a b had ten years' experience in t h c e i t i e of Wilmington, Philndclphin nnd Kev York, and is now ready to make contract: and guarantees skillful work, fair price: ·ind entire satisfaction DRS. W. T. L. D. KELLEY : DENTISTS: MAIN OFFICE: EASTON, MAK\L,AND Will practice at Preston on Moudnys Denton on- Tuesdnj r s; Federalsburg, sec ond and fourth Thursdays; Enst Market, first and third Thursdays. Best work guaranteed. GRS administer ed. Tborrjas Carrrjipe, CONTRACTOR AND BDILER, Ridgely^ Maryland Contracts taken in Caroline nnd adjoin ing counties. Thirty-three years exper ience. Plans and specifications clicerfull; furnished. Best of references from Caio lino, Talbot and Doroliester counties. Seeds and Plants For Sale, CANTALOUPE SEED: Anne Arundcl, (Early.) Improved Jenny Liiul, Norris, (Lute.) ItED RASPBERRY PLANTS: 51 i Her, Cuthbert, Brandywino. LUCRETIA DEWBERRY PLANTS STRAWBERRY PLANTS: · Glen, Mary, Clyde, Enormous, Lloyd's Fnvorite, Brniidywinc, TMichel's Early,Greenvillo.Lady Thompsim, Tennessee Prolific, Gandy, JJubach. AT REASONAHI.K TKKMS. R I C H A R D T. C A R T E R . vJo HIM J. BARNES, PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH HORSE-SHOER DENTON, MD. I slinll constantly keep on hand a i'u assortment jof Iron and Steel for all kind of Fiinn and Wason Work. -I can fur nish you all sizes of new wheels and axles and best classes of horse-shoes ut short no tice. I guarantee all inn to rial and wor at lowest prices to suit the hard times. Shop on Third St., opposite Livery Stsi ble. Give me a trial. JOHN J. BARNES. Subscribe for the JOURNAL Canned j STM K O W PRICES! Notiooy, Ribbon? AMD We h:»\ o just opened a largo invoice of SPKIoS'G GOODS, and s\ boiler collection from which to ulHw-e hub i i c \ » r boon ot- jrcd in Don ton. To bo appreciated it ui'-t be seen. Your inspection i i n v i i e d . 'be pricufc will bo a very startling fca- nre ol'thc s:ilos hero fur the novt t h i r t y aj: 1 , and buyers u i l l do wull lo note them. lo\v would tonic o£ those s t t i k c you? Jly stock of tho hitter is very compete, and my laxly Crieuds will do veil to call and examine my groods jefore going elsewhnvc. Spool Silks, Cotton. Gloves and Hosiery, aud in ! ;ict ti geucval line of Notions. Drop n and see the stock. Oysters and Ice Cream, For a good Oyster Stew g-ive us n jail. Ice Cream will also be served .D season. Any q u a n t i t y supplied ^or f a m i l y use when desired. [S?"Me'alp at short uotice. . JULIA DAY, ·Successor to Janjes WILL BE P O U N D A GOOD STOCK Ji 1/lHJUU U U U l / v i Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc,, --AT-J. M. BE AVEN'S, HILLSBORO, MD. Larqe StocK of GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE You can also find nt the IGJMBER «ARI Full supply of all kinds of Lumber. Sawityj ciud Planing doue at short notice. Ceiling, Flooring, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Windows, Etc., always on baud. F. W. REDDEN. W. F. Mini Pill REDDEN MURPHY, DEALERS IN FIKST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIALS --AND-- CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, DENTON. M A R Y L A N D . Prices on nil goods warranted to be n low ns those offered by city dealers. ilr Murpliy, a builder of long experience, wil have charge of the practical work, nn satisfaction Kiiarnntced in every partieuhu Frank C. Eolton. LesB. Bolton BOLTOJST BROS PAINTS OILS AND GLASS, PRIZE MEDAL 5K?X PAINTS eizvir)?, tb« PrpJIy Safeguard Oil, Machinery Oils, Tar, Oakum and Pitcn ENGINEERS', MACHINISTS, Steamship and Railway Supplies 418, 120, i22, 424 E. PRATT ST., TREES*" PLANT The leading varieties of Ap pie, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cher ries, Small Fruita, etc. , for sal by A. G, GELLETLY CO,, WILIiISTON, MD. ""JAMES T. MORRisT (KIDGELY, MD.) IteMiM ant Blacbnitk, AND EXPERIENCED HORSSEHOER. In all tranches of my business I gum nntee satisfaction. In hoistshocii'^ I hav the endorsement of Lest veterinarians. JAMES T. JiOJUtlS. · For Sale- Five million (5,000,000) Tennessee Pro liliu Strawberry plants, nt §1.25 per thous nnd. THOS. H. EVEKNGAM. l-23-5m. Concoid. 3I B. KINNAMON, (in no A full line of fresh confectioner always on hand, at REASONABLE PRICES. FEESH BEEAD,_ PIES, ETC I WILL HAVE A NICE IGE GHEAM FABIOH, IN SEASON. Ladies' and children's patron.ig solicited, aud the children especially looked after. Lov/ney's Chocolates a Specialty. Also a f u l l line of CIGARS AND TOBACCO on hand at The Old Bakery T. BOYER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, DKMTON, MD. Percale, ic regular 12c. k i n d ; our price, while it isls, only 80. A belter grade at 12c. Calicoes, ami (ic. U l u u and Lhht Prints, p l a i n iul lunuy dc-ign-, oc. Pique Remnants, 10c,, ho regular 15c. k i n d . Ginghams, rom 5c. up. Lawns, ·cguiar price l'2c'.; our price, lOc. "We lave nn excellent atiortmont of these. Table-Cloth, choice quality Irieh Linen, 50c. per yard. 1'antaloon Goods nt various prices. $1.00 Smyrna Hugs at 80c. A. E. COOPER J!RO., Denton. Md. 409E.PRATTST. BtlNDS GOODr--- CHEAP Cat this out for Future Reference, Buy Your H O R S E S AT KIHG'S MARYLAND SALE BARN, AUCTION SALES Monday. Wednesday and Friday Throughout the year. We deal in all kinds, "from I lie very he.- 1 to tho very cheapest. 100 HE^D o'f lloi-fccs -Mures :iul Mules, iilwiiy* on hand Visit (is, it w i l l pay you. PRIVATE SAL1SH EVERY DAY. FULL LIXK OK Carriages, Daytorjj, Bug- · jl*S, Garts »P«l Harij«s v«ry cheap. JAMES KING, Prop'r, 6, 8, 10, 12, 1U 16 N. HIGH STREET, Near Baltimore St , one square from Baltimore Street bridso. BALTIMOUE, MD. FAINT SOLD UNDER GUARANTEB. AOTlFAiOOBT LESS TEAR 91.25 P£BGAI» W. E. BROWN, - - SOLE A « E S J TO THE PUBLIC! I dptip: to i n f o ' i n my ol'Denlon and the public ' bont llint I will bo nt Uie store _i)f STEWART 15KOS., in DEHTOH EVERY TUESDAY, 1 will bo ii'epaied U i: ]1 c ordf-rs foi all k i n d of .H^VKL- 11Y and to niako repairs. A^l work w i l l receive prompt a^.ou- titni. small icpalis being m.u'c l)C.o -o 'caving town. Orders lent with btewiirt Bros, will be ctiie- ful'y iiticnded to. T t l u i n k you for past favors, and hope to receive a continuance of them. MOSES THE JEWELER. FOR SALE AT PRIVATE SALE I Three small farms, nil adjoining each other, lying on the county rond fending from Bridgetown to Grccnsborough, about two miles from the former nnd four miles from the latter place, k n o w n ns the "/Monzo ClarK Farrrj," containing 70, 85 nnd Gl ACRES, respectively. The lirst two have buildings on them; the other is unimproved. T K K M S EASY. Possession January 1st next. Cull on or address, v S A M U E L E . HILL, 200 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Jld. Or to H E N K Y K. LK WIS. 10 2 tf Attorney, Denton, Sid. Wanted, To buy n lot of best White Oak Lumber; must bo thoroughly seasoned, in flitch 2i inches thick and 10 feet long, clear ot knots Address nnd slnto price. 1OJDOLPH ANKLAM, Smithvillo, Md. saoud jaqSiq ye sapsJD ua||90X3 dje spooo INTERESTING TO FARMERS! ·a-i^c^fr-- 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, » B ' ·m COLUMBIA BINDER TWINE.X«- , · OSBORNE COLOMBIA MOWER, 01 AND TWO HORSE Osborne Colombia Low DOM Grain Hamster and B inder OS BORNE C O L U M BI \ REAPER. OSBOirNB C O L U M N ! A R E A P K H . No. 8. OS15OKNK ALL-STKKL T E U D K R S . OSBOR: K A r,r,-sTK E L S K L F - n U M P R A I C K . OS B O R N E ALL-STEEL H A N D - D U M P I t A K K . O S B O H N E R E V E R S I B L E , FLEXIBLE DISC HARROWS Osborne Spring-Tootn Harrow OSBORNK COMBINATION SPRING-TOOTH. ·MSR'lJS.Xj.; C ' O L U M H I A AD- J !TA i; L!·: PKG-TOOTH ':V'-. i i l G I l ) RKVERS- · ' ' · · ' !· ' Ii MIROW. O R N K R U I V A L DISC H A R R O W . · i t - N K S U L K Y SPRING --v-'i ;IAI:IIO\VS. : ( ! U X I S HOUSE HOE CULTIVATOR. EVA.XS f ' O R N 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 goods 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, DEIMTON, MD. S. SON, UNDERTAKERSEMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, DENTON, MARYLAND. Twenty years of expevience enables us to insuve entire satisfaction in every particular. Our shops are fully supplied with needed material, and first-class workmanship is guaranteed. COAL,WOOD^HAY The public will find constantly on band at ray coal yard at Denton Bridge a. full supply of coal, stove wood and baled bay, wbich I will deliver in auy quantity auywhere in town. Stove Goal, 2240 Lbs. Per Ton,- $6.00. i BUILDERS | TAEE^JOTICEl 111AVK I'ORSAI.t; AT DENTON BRIDGE 250,000 CYPRESS CEDAR I DIFFERENT GRADES, | I'KICKS TO SUIT. i Z. T. HBTCHINSON. DR. ANN A GIERING REGISTERED PHYSICIAN, Twenty-five years' experience. Specialist in Diseases of Women . o n l y . Prix ate Sanitarium ol high /repute. Alisohilc privacy nftord- ' cd. Female Regulative Pills $100 _ per box. Advice by mail. iG03 EAST BALTIMORE STREET, BflLTIKIORE, «D. Vegetable Compound for I'eiualc Complainls, $1 AVives wiLhoul Cluldreji consult me. Chestnut, - - 5-75 STOVE WOOD EEffillOAD OR CORD HAY BY THE BALE OR TOR, DELIVERED IF DESIRED. OYSTER SHELLS, GAS LIME, BRICKS AND LUMBER ALWAYS IN STOCK. Wharf for tbe use of tbe public for landing or shipping all kinds of freight. Hauling of all kinds done at reasonable rates. Z. 3. TOWERS. THOMAS H. MITCHELL, MANUFACTURER OP Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, Newels, Hand Rails, Cabinet Mantels, Balusters, Etc. es Promptly Furnished on all kiuds of Building ^Material. SALISBURY., «J.A.:M::ES T. Qndertaker and Funeral Director ill 1 . Cooper's long c.xpciieiicc in embalming and nil tlio other branches of his pro- fos-ion. tciulor absolutely certiiin tlic proper pciforni:inec of his duty in sill matters intrusted U l)'s cine. A'll calls, cither by day or night, promptly answered, llesi- dcnce on Main ..-.'COL opposite Brown's now drugstore. · Money to Loan. I have money to loan on lirst mortgage on real estntc, in sum-, lo suit borrowers OSCAll CLA11K, Denton, Md. For Sale, Miller Raspberry, line hard plants, tit $2.00 per thousand. Addrsss F. L. STAMBAUGH, Kidgcly, Md WEHAVENO AGENTS tout have Eolil direct Co the con- c-imcr for 25 years at whole- salo prices, JsvinR him the aenlcr'j profit!. Shipnf \\l\ae for elimination. Everything wirrantwl USslj-lcjof Vehicles, oo Etyles of liarnc«. Top UUJSIM. ?3C to {70. SurrojJ, JjUtoSlK. Cirill- igcs, PAacloni, Traps, Wngon- ct tt». Spiing-Houl utd Milk Ho 51 SntnTlTinidi Prfc» JIB 00 Wagons. Send for Urfo, tKt o . n r r c j . t p . w t c o i i u *""·"· A°Too"aTMTMlVtoVv5: C»tJlopie«f»lUiiPitrlej. rtHe.^romniftiitei.tsO. Jjf«l« ELK.HART OABBIAGK AKO lUBncsa MFS. GO. w. B. F»ATT, S«T, ELKIUKT, T. H. EVANS COMPANY, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 214 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland, and Vegetables; Mnryland Peacbcs and Sweet Potatoes. KWSPAPERl iWSPAPfc.RI

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