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M E L V I N , STEELE . J O H N S O N . EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13,1898. CELLAR ROOT BINS. Collar Successfully Fitted For S Rnota -- Tho Valuo of Air Roots stored'to large bulk exclude tbo llr, and this condition promotes decay, · eppecially when tuoy nro gathered har- 1 jHedly and not properly eieanctL Tho tail ia oftentimes wot, uuil roots gatber- (d in each weather navo to bo rebaudled ttr sorted duriug tho winter. A writer Jtn TheCountrj-Gontlouiau gives bis ox- jjoricaaco in refitting an old collur for u Barge crop of roots -- carrots, miiugols, potatcxps and turalpa This was done by placing 8 by 4 hcni- 1 look studs about three feet apart up and ' down' against, the ends and sides of tho Collar. Quo by two furring strips vrcro ( nailed to the studding, spacing the fur.' %) »lng about one .inch between the elats. ·' -jfhen, at intervals of 80 inches, npright . ' itads were placed on 2 by 4 sleepers, the .(rtnds being fastouod to tho floor timbers ·t tho top and to tho sleepers-tit the bot- FLKE FROM THE CZAR HOW HIS SUBJECTS ARE SMUGGLED OUT OF RUSSIA. OQBSTRCCTIOy OF CELLAR IWOT JIS8. ' Pnfiing stripe Ibid ono inch apart t balled to each side of the npright thufl forming bins 2 feet 6 inches . , b y ^alxmt S feet deep a n d t b o height of tbo cellar. 'Two studs formed ' the mat for tho fairing to tbo portable ' tkottoma of the bine, the bottoms being '{be frize of the Inside of tbo bins. Built fa this way the air can circulate nuder, over, behind and on each side of the '·oota lit each bin. The illustration ·' flhows a cellar under a barn or other · building, with the floor of the baru removed to enable tho reader to look , flown into tbo cellar. Tho cut is incom- · ' ftate in all ita ports for the purpose of · ciiiipie detail explanation. In very deep Cellars It is advisable to nso a second bottom or partition midway in height ·qd lengthwise of tho bins. It is told that a cellar can bo fitted as rttown for very little cost per 100 bush- ·«la'of capacity and will last a lifetime. -The portable bottoms can be laid one ,, Jjde to clean tho cellar nnd forpreserva- von. If tbo cellar is properly ventilated, ' foots can be harried iiito Bnch a cellar, 'and they' will keep. To prove the valno of'tho'alr spacing tho writer mentions .that one winter tho men neglected to .place tho bottom in ono of tho bins, and balf tho *oots in it rotted. This method 'is 'efficient and can bo effected at bat · little cost above one year's storage out- ode. Arrange tho collar as you will, the roots do not like light, mast have .ventilation and keep best in a torapera- tdro'Jnet above the freezing point. Cbi- lars with southern exposures are usually · P«n» For BilElng FIga. '. It la not necessary to liavocostly pens in which to raise pigs. There ore enough looee^bparda lying around every farm to jnake^it'leaflt one ox two good and cheap ncei for the sows. A cbrrospondont of Field and Fireside tells how so inake (hem after the stylo of a chicken qoop. . They should be built on runners to they can be moved with a horse to '' any 'place you want them. If the ground ·ie dry, no floors are needed, but if not dry floors will be better. Lrumber 12 ·· ·jftient-1 · · · "TT rK * ria *' aBttepgandafootwido ia Just right WSiHto.il aaWntago it It baa to be taught for the'^mrpoea These pens ·haald ba made six feet eqnare and the -' mtf.tJpBEds rix L e* long. , ; . v xh$ door. Bboaldbe uafte In ono e»5 Hat jpiaped to face the south In order '- '»yuaftJh' ttie mnehlaa In cold weather . : '-*Ti»Wrf'!old bUoke* » burlap should ·jvh»hvi|rnerfite^.dooc..te keep oat the ,,., j«dftiial eao|v., A aaall hole for venti- VDOQ choald be col in the opposite ga- fele «od from which the door ia made, hue luge enough for four eighiag 200 pounds, , fijt. farrowing time comes near the ·ovnditoaU.be separated, so each one tftooli occupy her own pen. PMte Onea to Potato**. For the potato beetles, which are ·hick with him this, season, an Ohio 'ttmpondent of' The National Stock- 1 tfiiri'pcfefen to use sifting cans in ap- the parlB green, leaving tho "air and the sprayer stowed awaj^ln . tooUtoaao. He says: The sifters put / ^haaMenite.wheTe it is needed-- down tojEhe bnd of the plant -- and when flour obea'penoagn 'for a diluent a little t A the sarong mixture remains in the ytep.pf the stock long enough to catch ·U^bajarrat'ae they hatch and crawl '·to the tender loaves. Floor la too fc taif a 'potato top thte year, and we 'Staked lime.' A paper saok of slaked i Ume:weighs about the same as a sack ,, r ,of flow, and eo the old ratio of 16 to 1 , holds good' for it as well as the floor. A " wliture'pf that strength does the work '^atokly^and only a little bit is needed tor a hitL _ Onoge Jrove» Under Shed*. "The-latest information at hand is to i .the, effect that there is a strong proba- ,' Willy thftt' ono or more orange growers * at Clfcra will follow tbo cxijfiplo of the ', pineapple growers and cover their groves \ vrltb. slat sheds, " writes S. Powers of · Florida to . The Country Gentleman. "Not only' that, bat there will bo provided movable sections or panels of slats »o arranged that by being slipped the ,widib of a slat to one side they will drop down into tho cracks and. convert a slat roof bom a half shade into a ' ( tight coyer, capable of retaining the ' heat to be generated by steamer pote of . taming min, preferably the former, as .feeing the cheapest and best moans of beating y«t tested. It Is' believed that : in the long rnn this heavy ontlay will ' prove remunerative. .Men who used to ·ell from $30,000 to $150.000 worth of orangea per year arc competent judges ·in this saattor.". i The Terrible Risks They Art, Willing to Ruu to Ghtln Thoti lAbtirly -- Boldly Brave AjMaaainatlon or Transportation and Penal Servitude. Russia, hae been more than once described a* a bad plnco to get into, a difficult plnco to got out of and a very good ono to stop away from altogether. Ibid applies not only to Russians, but to foreigners as well. A Russian can only leave Mb country with tho express permission of tho powers that bo, embodied in tho form of a passport. Tho chief reason for this is tho fact, jhii j tho period of military survice ox- J-Jiids from ai yours of ago to 48--that is to nay, it covers tho best and most useful part of every man's life. TIKTO are many bettor things to do in tho world than, serving in tho .Russian army, mid. us passports uro practically aiv/ay« refused whore tho military service litvs not bocu completed thousands of Russians every year make attempts to Rot out of the country without thorn. Iii othor words, omigrntion from Russa ! mohtly takes the form of smuggling, tho contraband being in this caso human fugitives. Tho western frontier of Russia is on exceedingly long one, extending about 900 mifcs, a considerable portion of it being formed by rivers of varying size, some of them bein'g 'mere brooks, while tho others have channels of such breadth that it requires nearly an hour to fen-y across. Tho boundary line is watched on tho western side by Austrian lancers and dragoons in tho sonth and by German cavalry of tho same class in the north, while on tho cast or Russian sido of the line it is the Cossackswho are intrusted with the duty of patrolling the entire stretch, tho w'atch there kept being of a far closer and more severe character, since the Muscovite guards have not only to prevent the ingress of smugglers tud unauthorized strangers, but also to prevent the egress from tho empire of all subjects of the emperor who are not furnished with official' permits to travel abroad. The result of this state of affairs has been the creation of an extensive enterprise for smuggling emigrants but of the country. The business is concentrated, in great mcusuro, at those points where broad rivers constitute the boundary, since the watch kept there is less strict than where it consists of more rivulets or milestones. The affair is managed by ferrying the fugitives across tho river from the Russian to the German shore, and, inasmuch as the bonks of the Drewenz and of tho Prosua, as well as of 'the Szes- znppe, are low and lined with long reeds, low trees and marsh, tho matter is not, after all, so difficult on a dark and moonless night, especially when the Uoshuck guard happens to have, boon plied with a larger amount of vodka than usual The smugglers are men of the most lawless class, who, before they undertook tho smuggling of their countrymen out of the country, were engaged in smuggling dutiable goods into Russia, and tho-charge which they make for assisting a would be emigrant to escapo ia heavy enough to make tho business one of great profit to them. Tho rates vary from 10 to SO and even 100 rubles a head. In fact, the fugitive is charged to the limit, tho only check upon the extortion being tho keen competition which prevails among tho smugglers to secure the trade. The majority of these emigrants aro possessed of relatively largo sums of money. It is only natural that before leaving their homes in Russia they should have converted into cash all tlioir possessions so as to enable them to make n, good start abroad. Somo of thorn havo £200, or even £400 or £800. in their wallets. This fact naturally excites the cupidity of tho smugglers engaged in helping fugitives out of the country, with the result that 80 or 40 per cent of those who trust the smugglers to ferry them across from the Russian to tho German shore never reach the latter uliva A blow on the head with a punt polo or a stab in the back is sufficient as a rule to render the unfortunate emigrant powerless, and then the boatman, after rifling his pockets of everything he possesses, will tie a stone to his feet and pitch him into the river or else sink hini*)iu the swamps with which the stream is lined on either sida There is little risk of discovery, eiuce, owing to the secrecy with which tho police do everything in Russia, the relatives of the 'murdered man could never bo sure that their missing kins-, man had not been arrested by the authorities and consigned to penal servitude for attempting to leave the country without a permit--St. Petersburg Cor. in London Standard. CURE ALL YOUR PAINC W! fK Pain-Killer. A Modlcino Chest In tUoK. Simple, Safo and Quick Cui'o far 'CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, COLDS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. 25 and 5O cent Bott'es. i B E W A R E OF IMITATIONS BUY ONLY THE GENUINE. PERRY DAVIS 1 B, KINNAMON, :i f u l l linn o;' J n - s l i r.) 1 ays on h a n d , at Rl'ASO/VABLE PRICES. 5TESB PIES, ETC. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 7T LBERT C. TOWERS, ATTOKNKY- AT-I,.\ \V ____ Dunton, Maryland. J£ T. BOYER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, !KNTOJS. M M . .11. NOl'.I.K, LAND SURVEYOR, Iniltnn, MarylitiKl. Work (ioiiii in :uiy part, of llic iMiinly lit Clinigcs ver % ic:i^iin)iljlu. QSCAR CLARK. A t t o r u e j -:it-£.n\t , UKKTON, MAKVLANU. Collections nml nil profcssinmil business promptly nttPiuliid l. I W J J J , H A V K A KICK IGU GEBABi PAEIOli, I N SEASON. Ladies' -and children's ·oli cited, mid the cliildron especially 'oo'iofl ah PI. Lowiiey's Chocolates a Specialty. Also ;i f u l l line of CIGARS AND TOBACCO A Pleased Customer is The Best Advertisement. TTfTILMER EMORY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, W i l l practice ulso and Kent county. CKNTISKVIt.l,K, Ml) in Cnrilinp. Tulbol TVT AtKX. IIUTSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, UENTON, MAItYI,AS D. Will prnctiuo is the courts of (Jnrolino iind adjucont counties. 'T^ PLINY FISHER, A TTORNEY-A T-LA W, DENTON MD. on at The Old Bakery. Groceries. K WING restocked my OROCKRV 1'Ei'AK 1'JIKNT, I ;im now p i c p a r nd !i» supply my customers and tiu p u - j i i c trenoi-ally witii cverythiut? rh;.' ity I , M ' - a n d oi lest .11K ATS. TO,!IAT(HCS, C iJOM'ECK. ONTKCTIONS, TK.VS. Notion?, Ribborj? AND Dreyj All business entrusted to receive prompt attention, claims a specialty. my care will Collection of JJARVEY L. COOPER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1JENTON, MABVLAN1. Close attention will 'bo given to nil buti- ness entrusted to mv cure. n PERCY DUNNING. \--J 9 CONSTABLE AND COLLECTOR, UKNTOX. ; Reference Demon Nnliumil ]j.mk. My stock of tho latter is very complete, and my lady friends will do well to call and examine my goods before going elsewhere. Spool Silks, Cotton, Gloves and Hosiery, and in fact a, general line of Notions. Drop in »ad see the stock. Oysters and Ice Cream, " For a good Oyster Stew give us a call. Ice Cream will also be served m season. Any quantity supplied for family use when desired, at short notice. JOHN W. CLARK, JR. 9ox6S. Wilt sell property in C'nroli'ie or any the adjoining counties. of JULIA DAY, Successor to JfciQcs P»rK. HI:NKY H. LI:\VIS. WILI .\kf j* LEWIS A WEST, ATTORNEYS-A T-LA W, DENTON, MD. Will practice in the Court.- uf Caroline Talbotand Queen Anno* DR. KNOCII I)K P. k. H S I I H R GE011GE FISHER, Physicians, Surgeons Gynecologists, DENTON, MARYLAND. Office at residence of Dr. Enoch George, Main Street. JAMES S W A N N . RKPKKSEXTINU The Best Life Fire Insurance, DKNTON, MARYLAND. WM. II. DEWKEEK. K H K l t K. OWKNS OWENS, in To The following rales will help learning how to speak Spanish: Rule 1. Every letter ia sounded and is always pronounced the Game. Rule 8. The accent is always on the pennlti unless otherwise signified. \ Rule 8. The alphabet; aa follows\' A--Like in ark. B--As in English. O--Like English k, *xoapt" before e and 1, when it has the sound of B (and In pure Castilian th). OH--Like ch in chess. D--Like th in they. E--Jjike e in ell. F--Like English t G--Before e and-J like aspirated h; before a, o, u or a consonant; like English g; before ne and nl, the same sound, bnt n is silent. H--Nearly silent. I--Like i in ill. J--Like guttural h. L--Aa in English. LL--Liquid as gl in seraglio. M--As in English, Q--Like English k. R--Like English, bnt tougher, S--Like English. T--Like English. U--Like English oo, as in look, V--Like English. X--Obsolete. Y--Like Spanish L Z--Jjike th in thank DENTON, MD. Office in tho Court House. Mortgages foreclosed, estntcs settled iind prompt attention given to all business en trusted to us. "Will practice in tho Stfile nnd Federal Court. WM. H. DBWKKSK, State's Attorney for Caroline county. PAINTER AND DECORATOR, . . DENTON, Has had ten years' experience in thocitic'. of Wilmington, Philadelphia nnd New York, und is now ready to mnke contrncts nnd guarantees skillful work, fair prices and entire satisfaction · S O L D UNDER GUARANTTBH. WTDAL COST LEflS THAH SI .261KB 0£U t W. E. BROWN, -°- DENTOK, MD! ( SOLK AUENT A liltln inohoy loi\v iho biiiiui 1 -" lu-rn, anil cnir uiibiirpnssoil liiiu of NEW GOODS is ready for your inspection. Why louk elsewhere wlien you can buy just whnt you want in the wny of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Clothing, Hats, Cups, Shoos, nnd the most modern patterns in Shirts, Cullnrj and Neckwear lit prices much LOWKU THAN THE LOWEST. We ills" carry 11 full and complete line of Ury Goods in tho lnte«l dc.-ij;ii- nnd colors, us well as u very Inriju a»bortinont of lad ies' Dress Skirts, which arc made of stylish and durahlo material. We will begin this season ·with Bargains. We will end this season with Bargains. When in norrt of aiivUiini; in our lino ft cull w i l l convince y«m. YoUhS VOH l i A h C I A I N S . THE BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORE KIDGKLY, MD. QUEEN ANNE'S RAILROAD CO, CinCUm.lC IN KI-M'hCT lU'KII,. 2.S, IS'K. . IBALTO.FERRYJ Lonv 1'. M. 500 Ar'iv P. M 7 45 I j I ' H V I - 1'. J l . 320 Arrive P. M. 6 )0 ] Arrive i A. M. I U J . T 1 M O K K TO QUEENST'N. 104.3 Leave. A. M. 8,00 A i v 10-13 Lonv A.JL 800 HD'GI$ monaA HOHI Railroad Division. LC'AV. P.M. 6" 23 f C iil f 0 3 8 f l i 4 4 AGO! 0 J3 f 655 G5d f 7 0 2 707 7 16 7 2 3 f 7 2 7 f 7 31 7 37 ! 7 44 f 7-17 f 7 5 7 5 - f 8 0 6 8 11 f 8 19 f 8 2 2 f82(i 830 P.M. Leave A. M. 83G £ 8 4 3 852 U 01 9 18 9 1(1 a 22 920 f 9 8 5 066 1005 no 10 f 10 16 it 10 "26 f 1041 f 10 -18 f 10 64 C i l 15 f l l 24 11 30 f l l 38 11 41 f l l 45 1150 A . M . 'STATIONS. Qiiccnstown Uloomingdnlc Wye Mills Wiilougliby D C June. Queen Anne llilUboro Downes Tuckahoo Dcnton Hobbs .-Hick mil n Adumsvilli- Blaiicliard Green : p ood Owens I3iiiiniiig Uopiitv Eltuiululc Wolfe Milton Wliitosboro, Drawbridge, liurton, Luwcs. Arrive A. M. 7 53 f 7 00 f 7 4 3 f 737 A 7 20 727 f 7 2 5 721 f 7 19 712 701 654 T G 50 f (i 4(i « 40 f 6 3 ' 2 f 028 i 1 0 2-1 0 18 f C O O COO f 6 3 2 f 5 4 l f 6 4 5 5 40 A. M. Arrv. P. M. C 00 f 5 5 1 642 535 523 521 510 f f t l S 505 450 439 f 4 3 3 f 4 '28 n4 20 f 3 6 7 f 3 53 f 3 4 9 3 4 3 f 3 3 0 320 f 312 309 f 3 03 a oo P. M. WILL UK P O U N D A GOOD STOCK --OF -- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc,, --AT-J. M. BE AVSN'S, HILLSBOKO, MD. Lar^e StocH of GROCERIES AND 8UEENSWARE Yoti rjun also fiiul ;it tlic 09E.PRATTST. ^BALTIMORE. OORS SASH BLINDS CONNECTIONS. "A" connects lit D. C. Junction for points on the Dclawuru Clic.=Hpenke Knilway--Knstoii mid Ovforil. '·B" connects Ht Greenwood with Delaware Division of the Vliilmlulpliiii, Wilmington Baltimore Knilroad. ··U" conuecb at Elloiidulo with tlin Dcl- uwnro, Mtirytaiid, Virginia litiilrond FOK Gci.r{jc-towti. Suiiiliiy ui.ly, lnmt Ic-uvcs liiiltiniure ul 9.10a. ID., Mini Qiiecnstown nt fi.30 n. in. nnd 4.30 p. in. I. W, TROXKL. Gen. M-jn«i;cr. C. C. WAI.I.KH, Gen. Fr't Puss. A«;t. Wheeler Iraosporlalion Line Full supply ol 1 !·,!] k i n d s of Lumber. Sawing :inil P l a n i n g done ;it short Doliw . Ceiling, Floor- iug, Slunsrlos, Latlis, Doiit-i, \Vindo\v.s. Etc., always on h a n d . TUNIS' MILLS, TALBOT COUNTY, MD., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP Lumber and Building Material, Shipments made direct by vessel to all points on navigable water, to inland points by rail. . Save Money bj Purchasing Direct from Manufacturers. Uortl," Carolina Pine, Our Specialty! Y/E DEFY COMPETITION IN CYPRESS SHINGLES. Saw Mill Daily Capacity, 20,000 feet. " · ; Plaining Mill Daily Capacity, 4o,oob.feet. STATE AGENTS solicited. Orders promptly filled. OIDERTAKERSEMBALMERS MDFOHEHALDIRBCTORS, UP PLIES O O D -- -- CHEAP DBNTON, MARYLAND. DAILY STEAMERS FOR Twenty years of experience en- Gmt Choptank, Trappe aDd TUCkahoe-wbles us to insure entire satisiac- KlTBrS. tion in every particular. Our j shops are fully supplied with needed material, and first-class workmanship is guaranteed. Frank C. Eolton. Lea B. Bolton. DRS. W. T. L. D. KELLEY, - : DENTISTS: -MAIN OFFICE: EASTON, Jojlen Childhood. A mother once said, "My own childhood was eo joyless that 1 have vowed that my children should do as they please and bo happy." It is a fact that her children are happy if wo consider that happiness consists in being indulged in every whim and pleasure that they express a desire for. After they have exhausted every whim within reach the continual cry to their mother is, "What shall we do now?" She is unceasing in her pursuit of happiness for them; but, like Oliver Twist, they still clamor for more. They have learned very early to depend entirely upon others to think and pluii even their everyday pleasures for then:, and they do not think that they have a very good tiino cither. They aro growing up to manhood and womanhood scUish, dependent, thoughtless and inconsiderate Df their mother, each other and thoir playmates.--Babyhood. Will prar.tiee at Preston on Mondays; Denton on' Tuesdays; Fodenilsburg, second and fourth Thursdays; East New Market, first and third Thursdays. Begt work guaranteed . Gas administered. DR. ANNA GOING REGISTERED PHYSICIAN, ;· Twenty-five yenrs 1 experience.' (\SpeciaHst in Diseases oi Women ftonly. Private Sanitarium of hiyli ^repute. Absolute privacy afford' td. Female Regulative P'llls KM per box. Advice by mail. (603 E«T BALTIMORE STREET. BALTIMOIIE, HO. Vegetable Compound for Female Complaints, Jl Wives without children consult me BOLTOs BROS. PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. PRIZE MEDAL SilSl PAINTS, Machinery Oils, Tar, Oakum and Pitch. ENGINEERS', MACHINISTS, Steamship and Railway Supplies, 418, 420, 422, 424 B. PBATT ST., \AfILLIASl E. GKEESLEY'S UARBEK SHOP, (Stewart Building, next door Rrick Hotel} IS THt PLACE First-class furniture and appliances-, and competent workmen insure^ aiitisfautory' service to all customers. Popular prices. BARNES, PRACTICAL. BLACKSMITH HORSE-SHOER, DBNTON, MD. I shall constantly kucp on hum! u full assortment of Iron nnd Steel for all hinds of Farm and "VVngon "Work. I can furnish you all sizes of new wheels and nxlos, and best classes of horse-shoes at short notice. *I guarantee all material and work at lowest prices to Miil the hard times Shop on Third St., opposite Livery Sin- hie. Give me a trial. .TOH]S J. BARNES. NOW STH A NEDTIME REED'S TO GET BARGAIN? tn HARNESS! If in need o( iinything in my line it will 1m to your advantage to examine wlmt I liave to show before purcliosim; elsewhere. My stock includes Dusters, Sheets, Fly Nets, Ear Tips, Whips, Harness as low as S7, Hand-made Harness to order, Collars, Bridles, Axle and Harness Oil, Whip Sockets, Pads of nil kinds. repaired and cleaned at W. S. REED. Denton. Ud. On and nftor May 22d, 1898, steamers will leave Pier 6 Light Street Wharf daily except Sundays lit li p. in., for Oxford, Trappc, Cambridge, Chancellor's, Secretary, Clark's, Ohoptmik, Lloyd's, Dover Bridge, Kingston, McCarty's, Ganey's, Todd's, Towers', Williston, Tuekfihoo Bridge, KPOSC'S, Coward's, Covey's, Hillsboro and Queen Anne. Arriving at Oxford the following morning in time for connection with the Delaware Chesapeake K. It., and at Cambridge with the Cambridge ASeafordR. R. Returning will leave Hillsboro Monday?, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, unJ Fridays nt 10 a. m.j Covey's 10.30; Coward's 11; Williston 1 p. m.; Ganey's 1.30; MeCurty's 2; Kingston 2.15; Dover Bridge 2.30; Medford's (Choptank) 4; Clark's 4.16; Secretary, fi; Cambridge 7; Trappo 8.30 and Oxford 10, stopping at intermediate landings, arriving in Baltimore early tho following mornings. SUNDAY STKAMEH JOB BALTIVORK. Steamer will leave for Baltimore on Sundays AS follows: Wayman's, 4.30 a. m.; Covoy's, 6.00; Coward's, 5.16; IVniu-ton, C.30; Gnney's,'G.4; Kingston, 7.15; Dover Bridge, 7.30; Choptank, 8.30; SeeretHry, 9.30; Cambridge, 10.30; Trappo, 11.46; Oxford, 1.00 p. in., arriving in Baltimore nt 6.00 p. m., tho samo dny. Freight received until 6.30 p.m.duily for all landings. J£. I. WHEELER, Agent, Pier 6 Light St., Baltimore. B. B. COUKE, Agent at Williston. SOFTCOAL The undersigned can supply farmers with GOOD GRADE SOFT COAL for wheat threshing, delivered at any station on the Queen Aiine's Railroad, at $4.5O pex» Ton. HOUSE UHLER, DENTON, MARYLAND. FORSALE! THE SEASON FOR ICE IS HERE. THE DISTILLED WA TER ICE IS HERE LET EVEBTBODT PATRONIZE THE ICE DEALER, 0 -Place your orders and let the Ice W.igon stop at youi- door each morning and deJivor you just what you want. It ouly costs you One-half Cent per Pound, and tho saving- in the use of it will bo many times that nnmmit. Don T t forgot to leave your orders nt ouco with Towers, tho Ico Denier. Ice Delivered on Saturday Evening for Sunday, Persons wishing ico on Sunday can secure it by going' to the Factory, at the depot. _ LAWRENCE 1 J. . TOWERS^ , ·I DEWEY DE WE¥ WE 13® llnvo the best Carriages, Spindle Buggies, Dayton?, and :x lull lino of Machinery and li'.-irm Implements. Tjowest Prices nn Everything! ,0ood Second-Hand Carriages and Busbies fioin · ' SI 0.00 up. · SIITCE OSHOKNU COLUMBIA RIjS T DERS AND MOWERS aro at the front, and have Milbatllcd till competitors, having proved to be the lightest draft, the best work, sim- ilest in construction, tho .strongest nnd best-braced binder ever made. Ifcnuo the victory! Columbia All-Steel Hay Kikes and Tedders jxre constructed in a wny that you have two now rakc^ for tins prieo of one. Osborne- Columbia Spring-Tooth and ** Harrows are the only one- made with double levers. " Don't forget tlmt I inn lioiul(|iinrtrrs for all lines of .Machinery, 'CnrrU'-es; etc · at rest prices. TONS OF BINDEK TWINK Also have three =eoond-lmnd Deor- owest ng Jiindors for salo ohc.ip. Will r no sale. Givo me a call. H. M. THOMPSON, ^unranleothorn in nvory way to do 11 r.st-class work HILLSBORO,,MD. Bhort notice. Chester River Steamboat Conip'y Change of Scbedule. JAMES T. MORRIS, ( I H D O K L Y , MD.) WteeliFirtt and BMuitk, AND EXPERIENCED HORSSEHOEB, In all brunches of my business I gunr- niitcc satisftiction. In horseshoeing I havo tlio ciulorsoincnt of host veterinarians JAMES T. MOIIHIS. Money to Loan, !?15,000 to loan on niortgagu in sums of $1,000 or more. Any l(;g:d business attended to'. Apply to AViLJIEll JSMOKY, Attorney at Law, North Fayotlo St?. Baltimore. Md. J. B. K. EMORY CO (TCMOUV A NKAVITT.) --GENERAL-COMMISSION MERCHANTS, LIGHT STREET, 2svCar-vla.oa.c3. Beginning June 1st, 1897. tho steamer Emma A. Ford, will leave Chestertown at 7.00 ft. m,, daily, except Sunday, stop- pine at itolph's, Booker's, Quaker Neck, and Quennstown. Leave Qxmonstown nt 8.45 a. in., arriving in Baltimore about 11.16. Rpturni ng, leave Balti more^at 3.16 p. m., arriving nt Quoonstown at 6.40, and Chestertown nt 7.30. Steamer B. S. Ford will leave Centreville daily, except Sunday, at 7.00- a. m., stopping at landings on Corsica river, Bogle's, Jflckson Creek, nnd Kent Island, and arriving in Baltimore nt 11.00 a. in. Returning, leave Baltimore at 3.30 p. m., arriving at Centrovillo at 7.30 p. in. Steamer Gratitude will leave Rock Hall daily, except Sunday, at 8.00 n. in., arriving in Baltimore at 10.16. Returning, leave Baltimore at 4.00 p. m., arriving nt Rock Hall at G..15. GBO. WARFIBLD, President, J. E. TAYLOK, General Agent. In order to settle a co-p art- nership, we will sell our stock of general merchandise. This is one of the best stands in the county for business and the stock is in good condition. An elegant store room, sixty feet long and located on corner of Main street. Has a glass front. A firsl-class opportunity. Call at once. N. FLOWERS CO., ITillsboro, Md. J. O. TAYLOR WITH j-,o, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, l^ft East Ocxna-d-eu. Stl - t=t A T .T"TTVyrr-^Ta.T=r; 11BFKKUNCES: Trader--' Nntionnl Bank of Baltimore; First National Bank of StewarWown, I'M. Branch «t Stewartstown, Pa. S~~* T. H. EVANS COMPANY, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 214 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland, and Vegetable?; Maryland' Peaches and Sweet Potatoes. Professional Notice. I beg to (announce to my friends and patrons that I Imvo placed H 'phone in my office, nnd urn in constant communication with all points on tho Dorchester and Queen Anne.s lines. Very respectfully, OEO. F. GALLOWAY, M. D. Night call, 1. Day will, Central Oflico, Federtilsburg. flfl Steamer Greensboro S. HKHCKWA.Y, MASTITIS,) Will ply between G K E E N S I J O J J O U G H and 1JA NT1 SIO 11 K Weekly, touching at nil landings between trreensbor- ough and Denton. On nnd fifter July 4, steamer will ioavo for Baltimore ovary Monday FREIGHTS .MODE RATE, CAPACITY AMPLE The patronage of onr merchants and furinois solicited thtit thi« line may bo made a success. Full inl'ormation by inquiring of G BORIS E V. DILL, AoysT, D.s JHIOOKWAY.MASTBK, Grccnsbnrough, 11\. O r H A U R Y A . U O K , AI.\T. Dentiin, Md. Is your Home, Fnrnituro, Graifl, LiYe Stock, or otiier Property Insured Against Loss by FIREORLIGHTNIN6P If not. if yfni w i l l aiiply U uno of the Agents of ll_c OF DOVER. DEL you oan ohliiin initriiiiecnt low rates. Tho Company is Mutual, and you will only pay what tho insurance costt, as any amount in ExcessofCost Willlie Rclurueil in Divifcnils or at terniinntion of policy. WM. D K J J N Y , Secretary. ahvnys ceivo grain. ti ro- K. PJAJMJ1KK, J . B . FLKTOHKH. Grocnshoro. Tiwton. Douglass House REHOBOTH CITY, DEL. OPEN JUNE (Oth. This Hotel is situated -100 feet from ocean front, and ono-f.ou.rtb. of a milo from Rohoboth Bay, in tho roar. Good Bathing, Gunning, Fishing A Booting. Special rates fox- June and September. Freo Hack. Bar attached. WM. M. JEFFERSON, PROPRIETOR. · TREES rf" PLANTS The leading varieties ol Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Qier- ·ies, SmalJ Fruita^ etc., for sale A. G. GELLETLY CO., WILLI8TOK, Ml, \ V SPAPFRf SEWSPA.PF.Hl

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