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0! MELVIN, STEELE JOHNSON, EDITORS A N D P R O P R I E T O R S . SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE! 18, 1898. [Continued from first page.] over ana over tbo Lord's Prayer, ·while Blakely moaned and muttered and howled. I heard tho miner again, but I dared not look up. "'Hello, Blakely I' he said. "Where's that gold of mine?' "I heard it again aud again through that long, hideous night, death playing at cat and mouse, and I lay there, shivering one iinuuto nnrl sweating the next, while Blakely's screams and cries for help and for the priest rose shrilly nboro the noise of the rain and the thunder. At last I heard the miner's voice sound ont with a shout of vindictive trin ni ih: "'Coma, Blakely, cornel' "There was a long, long series of howls, and I-heard Blakely struggle and gurgle and choke, and then it was all still, and the hut grew warmer. Whan I dared to look up, tho storm had dribbled off, and it was ·dawn. That,' 1 said tho old elephant hunter, "was one shape death took in passing." Nobody spoke. The fire was fail- -ing, but nobody moved to revive it. Tbe moon was on tho ragged reef of topmost peaks, and the shadows were closing in about the party, while jackals yelped and whiuoddis- mally iii their unseen depths. Tho old hunter bent forward to relight his pipe with an ember, and just then there was a weak cry of pleasure from the bundle of blankets under tho wagon. Tho men started up, and Paget stooped to pass- his arm under Isdale's shoulders. Tho boy was struggling to sit up, and the firelight showed - his face, his eyes kindled with joy. He stretched out his arms, oblivious of Paget, of all of us. "Judy. Judy!" he sai 1 quiieclear- ly, -v'l've l:cs?u looking i'or yon this side ever so long. Ho\v did yju get across? Htay there. I'm coming-I'm coming. It's not deep, but it's cold--so cold!" lie dropped back, and Pnget covered ins face as the others stood about, uncovered. Two days after Pen by and his Kaffir rodo into, camp after two ·weeks' absence with medicines and tho mail ho had been seutfor. There ·was a letter with a deep black border for Isdale. "Of course," said old Hannen. "She's dead. JuJy WHS dead he- fore him. He saw her on the other side."--New York Sun. of Solids by Heat. The expansion of solids by heat is exemplified in the following cases: A glass stopper sticking fast in the neck of a bottle often may be released by surrounding the neck with a cloth taken out of warm wator or by immersing the bottle in warm water up to the neck. The binding ring is thus heated and expanded eooner than tbe stopper, and so becomes slack or loose upon it. In an iron railing, a gate, which during a cold day may be loose and . easily shut and opened, in a warm day may stick, owing to there being greater expansion of it and of the neighboring railing than of the earth ou which they are placed. The iron pillars now so much used to support the front walls, of which the ground stories servo as shops with spacious windows, in warm weather realty lift up the wall which rests upon them and in cold weather allow it again to aink or subside. Th(j pitch of a pianoforte or harp is lowered on a warm- day or in a warm room, owing to the expansion of the strings being greater than of the wooden frame work, and in cold the reverse will happen. A harp or piano which is well tuned in a morning drawing room cannot be perfectly in tune when the crowded evening party, has heated the room. -New York Ledger. · The Prince and the Gambler. In Austria and Germany the army laws against gaming were and still are very strict. When the duchy of Baden was occupied by Prussian troops ^after their suppressing the insurrection of 1849, the o flic-ore quartered at Kastadt were warned - against playing at Baden .Baden. 'One summer evening King v (then Prince) Wilhelm strolled into the gaming rooms and noticed an officer in civilian's clothes sitting at play. He had won twice on the red and was about to pick up his money ·when he caught sight of the piince watching him. Terror stricken, he eat quiet, not daring to reach ou1 for his winnings. The red turned up a third and then a fourth time. As the maximum was quickly reached the prince touched the officer on the shoulder and said gently, "Take up your money and go, lest one oi your chiefs should find you here." Of course the soldier did not require to be told twice. He got out immediately. Two days later there was a review at Rastadt, during ·which Prince Wilholm sighted the " culprit and sent for him. "Lieutenant - ,' : be said, "after you went away tLe red turned up four times more. I prevented you from win- *nmg" four times the maximum, which, you would certainly · have staked. You will draw on me for that amount. But take my advice -- donot gamble again." The memoirs of an old German general who lived to see his last victory at Sedan have stated as follows: "It was the kindness of the-lesson that cured me of gaming. For me it was better than . a year's imprisonment." Nevertheless He Got Her. "You say iny daughter loves ^you?" questioned the old man. "I'm sure of it," replied thoyoung man. "Well, well," returned the old man, looking the young man over .critically, '.'there's no accounting for tastes, is there?" | And somehow, although the young man knew that he ought to bo happy over the possession of the girl, he couldn't help scowling and speculat- · ing on that remark of the old man's. A HAKD MAN TO BEAT THE LIVE£ RAILROAD AGENT IS UP TO ALL SORTS OF TRICKS. Circus People Are Pretty Cnte Themselves, but Tbin Story Shows How One Party Was Cleverly Outwitted by tlie llustliug Kallrondcr. "There are people who think you cau't bent a circus niau, but I want to tell yon tbat tlio hardest ruau to do is n livo railroad man." Tho old sawdust manager had tried it. Ho continued: "Kiiow where Pnrcoll is in the Indin 11 Territory? Away down at the jumping off placo on thoSaiitaFe road. Tho show had been at Purcell and we wanted to get out ill the night f o r a loug run. vfo woro goiug to make a jump to Kansas City Not far from Pnrcell is another town, Oklahoma City. At that point a competing road with tho Saiita Fo runs in. Wo had 500 people, ami of course the rnilroad men were after us. It was n big haul. Some of cur people bought through tickets from Parcell, nud they riidb't worry. B u t about 200, maybe more, of tho crowd that always baggies over a 10 ccut dicker concluded to take tho Santa Fe from-Purnell to Oklahoma City, pay tho .short haul, and tbeu take the competing line at Oklahoma, the agents of which \vero activa and full of promises, "Then the Sauta Fe man fixed it so tho dickerers couldn't bny any tickets fiom Farcell to Oklahoma, for the train we wore to go .on was a special. The diclterers said that -was all right; that they would wait for the regular. In less than five minutes a bulletin was slapped ou the board of tbo station to tho effect that the regular Santa Fe was 12 hours late. That made the fellows who were dickering for a cheaper tate turn white around their gills. "In another five minutes I saw a man on a track velocipede scudding down the stiecch. Every man to his business. So I thought the railroad people knew w h a t they were doing, and they did. Tbat chap ou the velocipede was going down the track to Bag tho regular and hold it indefinitely. Smart trick, wasn't it: Wait till I toll you. There was a smarter trick than that. "When the special got ready to pull out, tho dickerers asked the agent if they could pay ou tho train from Purcell to Oklahoma, and ho said 'Cert.' fcjo they all boarded the train at Purcell, intending to get off at Oklahoma. Just before the train pulled ont the agent walks down to the engine and asks the old mail at the throttle how long he bad been on the road and about tho capacity of his iron horse, and so forth. " 'How many miles an hour can she go at her best?' asked the agent. " 'On a good track, 65 miles.' " 'Is it a good traok through Oklahoma City?' " 'Yes, pretty good.' " 'All right. You've got uo orders to ston there nor to slow up, have you?' "'Not yet.' " ' Well, when yon get to tho edge of tho town you let her go. Don't stop for niiy thing--flags or teams or cattle. Scoot through tho town at a 65 inilo ;uit, or more if yon like, and don't slow up until yon strike tbat strip of desolation about 11 miles t'other side and you smoke a box of the finest cigara in Chicago. Is it a go?' " 'If I don't get no orders 'fore I start.' "'Well, you are five minutes late now.' "In a ininote, and I calculate it was less, the circus special was under way. It went around curves like a scared ike. It shot across straight lines like a gazelle that had been singed. It whirled the dnst of tbat country into the sky. After awhile we saw a town. Then wo weufe through it like the wonton that's shot from the catapult, only wore so. Ouo of the dickerers, who was smiling to thiuk tbe conductor had not yet come round, asked a brokernun aa the train was going through the street, What town is this?' The brakeman said, 'Oklahoma City.' "The dickerer's smile faded as it came, as- the poet says, and his hair stood up, aud turning to the brakeman be says: " 'Jezecrimini! Stop her! Here's where we get off I 1 * " 'Sho doesn't even hesitate at a town like this,' said the brakeman. "Well, about 11 miles on this side, in a strip of country where a crow can't livo and where an Indian wouldn't ba caught dead, the old iron horse began to slow up. The conductor came through juEt then aud said: " 'Tickets!' "Well, say, that was a funny sight. Them that had tickets showed up and then went to sleep. But the dickerers began to kick They said they should have been lot 'off at Oklahoma City. Tbo conductor said the train didn't stop at Oklahoma, that it wasn't scheduled to stop there, and that he wasn't goiug to go back that trip. Tbe leader of the dickerers for cheap fares wanted to know what was to bo douo. "The conductor was an old timer. He had a face on him like a woman who never loved anybody. He just told them, 'Pay or get off.' Then they asked him where they could pay to. And he siiid the train wouldn't stop any more until it got to Kansas City the next morning unless it stopped to put them off. And he reached up aud caught tho bellcord. "And every one of the diokerers paid to Kansas City. And, of course, under tbo railroad law, they paid more thar they would have paid if they had bought tickets at Pnrcell. And the com pauy,was that much ahead. Aud that's what I mean when I say tbat tho hardest man to do is- a live railroad mail." --New York Snn. ·\ PLINY FISHER, ^ · ATTOKNJCr-AT-LA W, DENTON, MD. All busipcst^ entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention. Collection of claims a specialty. Mo., V. 8. A. On looking at a late map of Missouri ouo will Und the name "Log" as a post- office at the extreme western end of Newton county and about eight miles southwest of Grand falls. A few days ago Deputy United States Marshal Short bad occasion to serve papers from the Oklahoma federal court oil several persons residing in that direction, aud he was given their postoffice address as Log. As it was not a familiar name in this vicinity he wandered about tho bills until ho came to the end of a log houso extending from the brush and, concluded that it was the placo ho was searching for. He asked for tbe post- muster, and a woman replied that she was tbo official, aud upon inquiry as to her tiame tho officer also learned that; she W.IK one of the parties to be subpco- uaed. She was also asked why her office was called Log aud stated that sho didn't know exactly, but that when the offica was first established it was called "Loghousa," which the postofflce department considered too lengthy, so it dropped the "house."--Kansas City Journal. The Target Too Small. Mrs. Jaggs--If I got as intoxicated as you do, I'd go off somewhere aud shoot wyielf. Jaggs--N-iio you (hio) wouldn't, m' dear. If you wash (hie) huf«b as 'tox'- cated as 1 am you couldn't (hio) hit shide of barn.--Chicago Newe. . CURE ALL TOUR PAINS WITH Pain Killer. A Medicine Chest in Itself. Simple, Safe and Quick Cure for ICRAMPS. DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, j COLDS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. 25 and 5O cent Bottles. j BEWARE OF IMITATIONS- BUY ONLY THE GENUINE.j PERRY DAVIS' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 7 J L B E H T C. TOWERS, ATTOUSEY-AT-LA W Demon. Maryland. T. BOYER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, , ivi n. ~\JtTALTER S P A R K L I N , ATTORN E Y-AT- LAW, DEM'OX, MAHYI.AJ.JJ. : WITH JAS. If. TODD. K ij. ri SC A R CLARK. DENTON, M A K Y L A N U . Collections and all professional promptly atUiiidcd Lo. TTTT'ILMER EMORY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, CKNT1CKVJLLK, Mil "\Vill priiL'tice also in Cnrolinc, TnlLot ind Kent county. T ALJiX. 1IUTSON, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, UENTON, MARYLAND. Will pwctiuc is tlie courts of Caroline mil iifliai'i'iit coiinlicF. TTARVEY L. COOPER, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, DENTON, Close nttonliim will bo given to .-i less entrusted to mv cnre. n PERCY DUNNING, CONSTABLE AND COLLECTOR, DENTON, MARVLAND Reference Denton National Bank. W. CLARK, JR. -A.-u.ction.eer, Sox 88. Dentor),/-\iry!ar)l Will sell properly in Caroline or any of the adjoining counties. IENK.Y K. LEWIS. W1LLARD K. \VKST LEWIS WEST, A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W, DENTOy, MD. "Will prnctice in the Courts of Caroline Talbotand Queen Ann a counties. Dit. i-Nocii GEOKGE, DR. !· R FIIIKX GEOfiGE FISHER, Physicians, Surgeons Gynaecologists, DENTON, MARYLAND. Office sit residence of Dr. Enoch George, Main Street. JAMES SWANN. RKPRESKKTINU The Best Lifedt Fire insurance, DENTON,' MARYLAND. AVM. II. DEWKESE. FUKD K. OWKXS DEWEESE OWENS, DENTON, JiD. Office iu tho Court House. Jlortgrtgcs foreclosed, estates settled nnt prompt nttuntion given to* nil business en trusted to us. Will practice in the State and Fedora Court. WM. H. DKWBESK, Stnto's Attorney for Caroline county. PAINTER AND DECORATOR, . . '. . DENTON, MJ. Has had ten ycnn' expcrienco in the cities of Wilmington, Philadelphia and New York, und is now ready to make contract, and guarantees skillful work, fair prices nnd entire sntisfactinn DRS. W. T. L. D. KELLEY : DENTISTS: MAIN OFFICE: EASTON, MARYLAND "Will practice at Preston on Mondays. Dentor on Tuesdays; Federalsburf;, sec ond and fourth Thursdays; Eftst Now Market, lirstand third Thursdays. Beet work guaranteed. Gas administer ed. DR.ANNA GIERING REGISTERED PHYSICIAN, Twenty-five rears' experience Specialist in Diseases ol Women .only. Private Sanitarium of Higl /repute Absolute privacy afl'ord ed. Female Regulative Pills ti.OC per box. Advice by mail. (603 ElSt BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE, MD Vegetable Compound for Female Complaints, j Wives without Children consult me. \JLi ILLIAM E. GREENLEY'S BAKBER SHOP, Building, next door Brick Hotel First-clnss furniture and appliances, competent workmen insures sixtisfactor; service to all customers. Popular prices Tborrjas Carnji CONTRACTOR i«D BUILER, Ridgely, Maryland Contracts taken in Cnrolinc and ndjtsn ing counties. Thirty-three years e:ipfr icnce. Plans and specifications chuurtull; furnished. Best of references from C*r( line, Talbot and Dorchester counties. PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH HGRSE-SBOER DENTON, MD. I shall constantly keep on hand n ful assortment of Iron and Steel for ol) kind of Farm und "Wagon "Work. I can fur nish you nil sizes of new wheels and axles and best classes of horse-shoes at short no lice. 1 guarantee all material and worl at lowest prices to suit tho hard times. Shop on Third St., opposite Livery Sla bio. Give mo n trial. JOHN J. BARNES. B, KINNAMON, A f u l l l i n e of fresh c o n f e c t i o n e r y Iways on h.ind, at REASONABLE PRICES. ISESH BBWJTPIK, ETC. I WILL HAVE A NICK ICE CEBAM PAHLOR, IN SEASON. Ladies' a.ml children's* p a t r o n u j f o elicited, ;ind the children especially ooked alter. Lowney's Chocolates a Specialty. Also a f u l l l i n o of CIGARS AND TOBACCO on hand .it The Old Bakery. N E W GOODS! OW PRICES! Fresb Groceries. CT AVING icstocked my GKOCEHY DEPARTMENT, I am now prepar- d to supply my customers and the mblic generally with e v e r y t h i n g 1 hat l i n e , fresh and of iiie banned j STM E Wo have just opened n hiri^e invoice of SPUING GOODS, !ind a belter collection from which to choose lias never been offered in Denton. To be appreciated it must lu soon Your inspection i.» invileJ. The prices will bo a vury ' t a t t l i n g fea- tiirc of the s.iles lien-for t'hi? neU i.hirty days, .ind bitjcrs will do w e l l to note them. How would sonic of these strike you ? Percale, the ici;iil:ir 12e. k i n d ; our price, w h i l e il lusts, only 8c. A belter graili- at I2c. Calicoes, o and Ci i ' l l i u - a n i l Light Print.--, j i l i i i n ami fancy ijc-siicn^ "c. Pique Remnants, 10c,, tho regular 1 jf. k i n d . Ginghams, fiom 3c. up. Lawns, ronului price 1 l'2i'.; our juico, lOe. Wt- have ILII e.\(.'client assortment of these. Table-Cloth, chmco quality Irish Linen, 50c. per yard. Vn:ilnloii Goods (it various prices. §1.00 Smyrna ULIIJ;* at SOc. A. E. COOPEK BKO., Denton. Mel. Motion?? Ribbon? AMD My stock of t h f l a t t e r is very complete, ntul my lady f r i e n d s w i l l do veil to call and e x a m i n e my goods. Before goiug elsewhere. Spool Silks, Dotton.~Glo\ r es and Hosiery, and in 'act :i general line of Notions. Drop n and see the stock. Oysters and Ice Cream, For a good Oyster Stow give us a sail. lee Cream will also be served n season. Any q u a n t i t y supplied 'or f a m i l y use when desired. B3P"Meal.« at short notice. . JULIA DAY, Successor to Jnj«s "WILL BE FOUND A GOOD STOCK --OF -- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc,, --AT-J. M. BBAVEN'S, HILLSBORO, MD. Lare StocK of GROCERIES AND PENSWARE You cau also find at the LUMBER Y A R D Full supply of all k i n d s of Lumber. Sawing and Planing done at short notice. Ceiling, Flooring, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Windows, Etc., always on hand. 40 9 E.PRATT ST. ^BALTIMORE.! D OOP S SASH BLINDS G O O D C H E A P BUILDERS TAKE NOTICE I HAVK FOR SAI.fi AT DENTON BRIDGE 25O.OOO CYPRESS- CEDAR DIFFERENT GRADES. THICKS TO SUIT. --·*···-- 2. T. HETGHINSQN. V. W. RKDDKN. ' W. V. MUHl'HY REDDEN MURPHY, DEALERS IN FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIALS, --AMD-- CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, DENTON. MARYLAND. Got this out for Future Reference, Buy Your H O R S E S AT KING'S MARYLAND SALE BARN, AUCTION SALES Monday, Wednesday and Friday Throughout the year. We donl in nil Kind?, from tho very ti'stto the very cheapest 400 HEAD of Ilortos Mni-cs :md Mules, nlwnyi on luiiul Visit us, it will paj you.. PRIVATE SALES EVERY DAY. rrn.r, i I N K ov Ha.rn«S5 V«ry cheap. JAMES KING, Prop'r, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 S 16 N. HIGH STREET, Ncnr Baltimore St., one square from Baltimore Stroct bridge. BALTIMORE, MD. DNEMAI PAINT SOLD UNDER GUARANTHB. ACTTTALCOBT LIBS THAT SL.25FEBGAJ* W, E. BROWN, - - DEHTOH, MD., SOX.K AGKNT. TO THE PUBLIC! Prices on all goods warranted to be us low as those offered by city dealers. Mr. Murphy, a builder of long experience, will have charge of the practical work, and satisfaction guaranteed in every particular IEstatlis:b.ee3. Frank C. Boltot. Lee B. Bolton. BOLTON BROS. PAINTS, OILS AP GLASS. PRIZE MEDAL SBJ5 PAINTS, b« farrjity Saf «suar«l Oil, Machinery Oils, Tar, Oakum and Pitch. ENGINEERS', MACHINISTS, Steamship and Railway Supplies, 113, 420, 422, *2i E. PRATT ST., TREES #* PLANTS The leading varieties of Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherries, Small Fruita, etc., for sale by A. G. GELLETLY CO., I tlosivo to inform my friends of Denton nnd tlie public roundabout Hint I will bo nt the store of STEWA11T BUGS , iti DENTON EVERY TUESDAY, ivhere I will be prepared to tuko orders for nil kinds of JEWELRY and to make repairs. All work will receive piompt attention, small icpnirs being mmlc before leaving town. Orders loft with Stewart Bros, will be cure- fully attended to. I tliiink yon for past favors, and hope to receive n continuance of tliem. MQSES THE JEWELER. JAMES T. MORRIS, (KlDOKr.Y, MJ.) WlBGhrriilit and Blactsitli, AND EXPERIENCED HORSSEHOER. In s % ll brunches of my business I guarantee satisfaction. In hoiSishooing I hnve the endorsement ol best veterinarians. JAMES T. MORRIS. I S T H E T H W E A N D WOW REED'S TO GET BARGAIN? Irt HARNESS! IS THE PLACE WIIiLISSON, MD. If in need ol anything in my line it will be to your advantage to examine what I have to show before purchnsing elsewhere. My stock includes Dusters, Sheets, Fly Hots, EnrTips, Whips, Harness as low as S7, Hand-made Ilarness to order. Collars, Bridles, Axle and Harness Oil, "Whip Sockets, Pads of all kinds. repaired and cleaned at W. S. BBBD, 'Dsnton. lid. short notice. j" 'JbVHM J.33UXS J.HOI1 f If 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. COLUMBIA CORN HARVESTER AND BINDER, · ,COLUMBIA BINDER TWINE.m- OSBORNE COLOMBIA MOWER, ONE AND TWO HORSE Osbprne Colombia Low Down Grain Harvester and Binders, Osborne Spring-Tooth Harroi O S B O K N E C O L U J I B I X REAPER. OSBORNE C O L U M B I A KEAPER. No. 8. OSIJOUNE AM.-STKKL OSBOKNK ALL-STKTSL O3IJOKVK A.LL-STHKL H A N D - D U M P K A K H . OSBORNE REVERSIBLE FLEXIBLE DISC IlAKROWcS COMBINATION SI'KING-TOOTH. O-T.OiJNK'COLUMBIA AD- 01 r VTABLE PEG-TOOTH. - i K N K t t l G r D R K V B R S - ' "[,!· ' ISO II MSROW. OS :oi;XK H K 1 V A I , DISC I I / \ R I : U \ V OSHOKXK MH.KY SPRING ·ICOTII U A l i K O W S . O S M ' K S B H O R S K H O K ' CULTIVATOR. E NS 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 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, DENTON, MD. ONDERTAKERSEMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, *Hfc,^S=sSfe '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. Tbe Steamer Greensboro (OiPT. D. S. BROCK-WAY, MASTER,) Will ply between GRERNSBUKOUGH and BALTIMORE Weekly, touching at nil landings between Grconsbor- ough and Denton. On and after July 4, steamer will Icnve for Baltimore every Monday FREIGHTS MODERATE, CAPACITY AMPLE The pntronago of our merchants and fanncis solicited that this lino may be made n success. Full information by inquiring of GEORGE F. DILL, AGKNT, D.S BROCKWAY. MASTER, Grecnsborough, 3Fd. Or H A R R Y A. ROE, AGKNT, Denton, Md. 8@fLargo granaries always ready to receive grain. Roller Mills for Sale, T want to sell my Roller Mills at Lin- chcstor. It is thirty-barrel capacity, with three sets or stands of rollers. Improved machinery throughout, including gyrator remodeled less iltan a year «go. There arc btihrs for corn, buckwheat, and feed, and hominy mill. This mill docs good work, has good custom, and is convenient to railroad. There is also commodious dwelling, with stables, carringc-housc and other out-houses, in good order. Terms made easy to purchaser. For further particulars uddrcss, S. L. WEBSTER, East Now Market, Md. J. B. K. EMORY # CO. (JSMOK1 KKAYITT.) -- GENERAL -COMMISSION MERCHANTS, LIGHT STREET, Bciltl.ro.oxe. COAUWOODfPHAY Tho public will find constantly on hand at my coal yard at Denton Bridge a full supply of coal, stove wood and baled hay, which I will de : liver in auy quantity anywhere in town. Stove Goal, 2240 Lbs. Per Ton, $6.00 5-75 5-75 STOVE WOOD ETKELOAD OR CORD HAY BY THE BALE OR TGH, DELIVERED IF DESIRED. OYSTER SHELLS, GAS LIME, BRICKS ftND LUMBER ALWAYS IN STOCK. Wharf for the use of the public for landing or shipping all kinds of freight. Hauling of all kinds done at reasonable rates. L. B. TOWERS. Chestnut,, J\A.:M::ES Undertaker and Funeral Director JLr. Cooper's long experience in embalming and all the other branches of his profession, rondor absolutely certain the proper performance of his duty in all matters intrusted to his care. A'll calls, either by day or night, promptly answered, denco on Main sticet, opposite Brown's new drug store. Besi- T. W. SMITH, Headache Caused by Eye-Strain. Slany persons whose eyes and head arc con- stantly'aching have no idea what relief scientifically-fitted gl.\s=03 will give. Clumsily adjusted glasses will almost invariably increase the trouble for which they lire worn, and in some catcs may lead to irrecoverable blindness. Our ability to adjust glasses safely nnd correctly is beyond question Byes Examined Free of Charge. T. W. SMITH, Ridgely, Md. J. O. TAYLOR WITH ·J, O, X J EIB..c5_ FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, lEast CaraeLeaa. St. R E F E R E N C E S : Traders' National Bank of Baltimore; First National Bank of Stcwnrtslown, Pa. Branch at Stewnrlstown, Pa. T. H. EVANS COMPANY, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No.214 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland,* Vegetables; Maryland Peaches and Sweet Potatoes \ ; IV ® iWSPAPLRl

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