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M E L V I N , STEELE J O H N S O N , PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING.AUGUST 27,1898. FACING COMB HONEY. i Wfamt Som« Commiwlon Men Qa-ve to Say on Thla Sotject. The question of facing comb honey is One. of so much importance to beekeepers thai The American Bee Journal has jfaken the trouble to ascertain tho views of a number of commission men in ro- $ard to it A New York firm in a vig- 'oroua reply, says: How can it bo to tho interest of any beekeeper to face or mix bis honey? Would any man with com- fnon sense think for one nioweimt that 'ho would gain by such a practice, whether he shipped his honey on commission or sold it? He might just as [will 'face the 'crate with buckwheat loombs and put the white honey in tho Joentec.of the crate, for the result would ·be the same. He would only realize tho price of buckwheat, or, in other words, .the lowest merchantable value for all of It. Facing or irregular grading will de- preoiate tha value of the entire shipment A Boston firm expresses the following opinion: ' As large handlers of fconey on commission we have at all times 'tried to impress on our regular ·nippers, the, absolute necessity of grading Jhejr, .honey hpnestly. In this way, kmd'fhis only, is it possible to secure results' satisfactory to the shipper and give the purchaser what he may desire, ·nd..iph4t to our mind should bo the aim $, every, pxqdnoer -- the building up tijr'carefu^ gracing of a demand for a lirand,' because it is always what it is jepresedted to be and what it appears to be... ."Wtjilo it might not be dishonest in the strict sense of the word to mix fancy,' No. 1 mid No. 2 comb hoiiey in the eame case provided it was so understood try the purchaser at the time of the sale, yet the result would without doubt be disastrous to the shipper, for tho reason thaD the purchaser would at once decide that a large share of the honey Mas second .grade and only buy at n very low price. Then again such a prac- tico^onld nipst certainly detroy confidence' in "brands, 'and as a resale prices would not nud could not be such as to equal that realized from honey sold BtowJJj" o.V its true grade value. Qn.r ( opiaiQii, after many years of es- perieiicc, is tr grade very carefully, marking each case in such a way that ·we 1 can keep it separate, placing your full rmato.rmd brand on the fancy nud No. J, grades, but use. only initials or a different brand on the No. 2 and dark. In this way you will be able to keep yonr brand Al in every respect, as it should be, nud thns create a demand and reputation which will be your best capital in the future. jliig Grmaahoppera. The "hopper doz«r" is a much used device for killing grasshoppers. As de- ·cribedjuid, figured some years ago by Professor Biliey it is a sheet of ordinary ·beet iron, such as is used for making stovepipes, turned up l)rf inches nrrmnrt the' edges and riveted at the corners. This makes a .shallow pan about 8 feet long, 2 feet broad, and 1% inches deep. To the 'bottom of this are riveted six ·mall -'strips which can be fastened to the three runners on which the pan rests. To the rear side of the pan is ·crowed a light, -wooden frame, as long as the pan and 1% feet high. Over this frame a piece of canvas Is stretched. This frame serves the important office A HOPPER DOZER. of throwing back all those grasshoppers that otherwise would jump clean over the, pan and throws them into the oil. The runners are made from saplings or small pieces of board. The front ends are screwed to a crosspiece which is drawn by-two ropes fastened to a singletree. -Just/in-front of the pan a rope Bweeps the ground to stir up the hoppers and make them jump into the pan. In'-the'pan is laid a piece of cloth which is-fint 'Saturated .with water. About a pint of kerosene is then thrown in and the upright sheet or sail of canvas moistened -with 'Oil. The machine is then drawn-over the pasture or wherever the hoppers are thickest. The slightest touch of,- kerosene,- either from the pan Or £rom the cauvaa sheet, means death ttf the hooter: Wbm Con, Contains Mwt Nntriment, In an '^experiment, conducted at the Vtohigan station' to ascertain when corn contains the largest amount of nn- trimajKt tt,waB found that thore was a rapid...aild- ; -regular increase in gross w«ight of J 'the crop per acre up to the time of glazing, when the field bore as bea«Sra'^rop 'aa at any period either earlier or later. Thereafter the changes were not in Increased weight, but in the displacement of water by dry matter? Tb'Becnre'tbe greatest yields of dry matter from an acre of corn it is necessary to allow the crop to stand until fnl ) ly,,nia.tu'* ^^th. the kernels fully glaqfedandtjime of the earlier ears bear- Irtr- not qnitS'ripe. Both the albumi- noid nitrogen and the total protein in- crsaBB.rapidly., up to tha time when the ke^nab^are^gJazJBg.. .Thereafter there ·eenu^.to be "no'"gain In the yield of ptotemV'' although -'there 'is a slight ohange-of the" e amide nitrogen to the al- b«BoJh«id'forra' The increase in nitrogen free extract between early glazing aad'riyenen ·'is'more than one-sixth. The increase in fat in the same time is merertbaa a'fifth. The result* of this experiment go to ·how-that'-to secure the greatest yields per acre of valuable nutrients the corn ·tionld not. be harvested until fully gbucd aud mitll the early ears are well ilfened. BO Aceonnt With Crop*. Let every horticulturist make the es- pafimeDt, and he will find it both interesting and tjsefnhto know from year to, year the acti»f; profits from his farm. Every horticulturist: will declare that Ua lnt«ntion|iire,'to.j)nriiue that course which will give him .the greatest profit bom a given capital,- By keeping nn ac- oojont with each particular crop he will be enabled at once^ioWe which crop is the most p r o t M b a n d ' by, the footing , of; hia generiMJ.^ccoanta he will find whether he irjgaibiug or losing by his boaineM and how- much. -It was long a maxim with tltajtaliaus"that a person who did not k«tep")i fair book of accounts WMBOt to be trusted," and the Dutch ear that no person was ever ruined who kept good account* -- 8. B. Ketohnot. SPAPFRf A CAB DRIVER'S RUSE ONE TIME WHEN- THE .-SIDE'. DOOR BEAT WAS OUTWITTED. What the Men Who Drive th«. C»t» Think of tl« Public That Eafploji Th«pi. Women Patrons Are Not Held In Very High Esteem--Loaded Ctutomera. "Cab, bir? Cab?" asked tho driver o( a IKUIKOOI, waving his whip at tho reporter. Ho seemed disappointed aud :i littlo surprised-when told that it wns au interview and not a drive that was wanted, but consented readily enough when ho found out that it was to bo no- compauied by liquid.refreshments. "What class of people do wo carry! That's a big question. Wt takes nny QUO nnd every one--providing they has tho price, of coursa "Experiences? Sure--dead loads of them. You'd think I was stringing you if I was to tell yon sonm. One morning I drove Mrs. Nack to Long Island, and in the afternoon I took Bishop Potter to a church. Beat? Well, there's sharks in all trades. There's tho side door racket--got out at some, hotel for it drink and then slip out at, {he side door. A fellow tried that on mo the other aight--one of those sliok ap town dndes, Kith a silk hat and swallow tail. Yon'd know him if I was.tp telLjftou.bia unuio --lots of money) but tries to beat hi? way on general principles. He came out of an up town club, hailed mo and jumped into the. cab., I'JFifth Avenue betel. Sharp!' saya ; Jje. ,,TWhan.we got to the hotel, he says, '5fy»it a minute,' and skips in. Did I 'wait? Not on yoni life. I drove round to -the side- entrance on Twenty-third street and was. just drawing up to the curb.,wlie.ahc rushes out' nud without looking .at me says: 'Koster Dial's. Sharp 1* jumps into tho cab and slams the'door. See his lit- tlo game? Gets driven -from Ninety- fourth street to Thir.ty : foorth.for au 11 block fare. "I wasn't doing a, thing on that bos but giving him the merry ha, ha. I knew he had the price in his clothes all right. When we got to the music hall, he jumps oat, bauds mo soiao ejlver and starts in. 'Here, come back I' says I. 'This ain't right. Yon'owe me $4.' 'How in Hobokeu do yon make that out?' says he. 'I ain't no blue jay, my man. I gave you tho r,ightJaro, and that's all you're going to get. "Four dollars? I guess not.' 'Guess ugaiu,' says J as I signs to a cop, who comes up arid asks what's the row. 'This man in charging me $4 from T^epfy-third street,' says Mr. Dude. 'Not on your life I ain't,' I chips in. 'I charges you $3 from Ninety-fourth street to tha front door of the Fifth Avenue hotel, and I charges you $1 from the side.door of the Fifth Avenue tohete. .See?'.Say, he don't do a thing but go down in hia pants and hand mo" over a V and then jump for that music hall as if he. was sent for. I'saw'thejcop.,a£tery^rd of course. "Ladies--or them that calls them; selves ladies--going' to' the big stores has tried the side door trick BO often that uow, unless we know.th.em, we iisk for the fare before they go in. 'Oh. wait here. I'll want yon again,' they say, as pretty as yon please. But we don't wait. "Sometimes.a,fellow/with a load will hail us. They're dangerous. . We can't tell whether they have the price, and they usually don't' care whether they have or not. If we ask for it in advance, they get mad aud we lose a fare, so wo have to take chances. If they .don't pixy, we drive them to the,police station, nnd their friends pay for them. Charge for driving them to the station? Sure. Sometimes we ask them to buy us a drink first, and if, they do. we generally maiiage to get a look at the size of their roll. Charge accordinglyf Say, young man, you're looking lor news, ain't you? You don't hear any.kick, coming from us if they are well heeled, though. " Who pays best? S,pprts. Theatrical people are good stuff, too,', and traveling men ain't bad. Business ineii that don't have their own traps usually know the exact fare and pay it. Strangers in the city are generally afraid of getting etuck. They read of how_ we charge and most always kick on the price. Sometimes we add a couple of plunks to their fare and then come down. "Ladies? Well, the'vyoung ones are all right, but the old ones are--not. Tell 'em tho price--^'wJvat?,' they squeak. 'Why, cabman, that's preposterous. I never heard of such robbery. Just show mo yonr card.' I shows it. ?Well, I'm suio yon came a roundabout .way, just to inako money. Well,. I'll pay it this time, but I certainly won't employ you again, and I'll' tell my friends not to.' A lot we care for that.' "I used to,have ono customer on Madison avenue--an,, old bachelor he was--that was a regular gold mine. He's dead now, years jagoj so I don't mind telling you of him. · He'd go to a theater three times a.week. 'John,' he'd say when he cnme out ,of the theater (John ain't my name, but he always called me that), 'John, what time is it?' It'd be about 11 perhaps, but I'd say, 'Twelve o'clock, sir.' 'Very good. John. Drive straight home.' Then he'd get in the cab and go, eonud aeJeap. I'd drive slowly to .the ^oose and wait there till he woke up. Sometimes it would be two hours--and me not doing a thing but leaning up against the old horse, smoking. As soon as I saw he was waking up I'd qpen,fhe door. 'God bless my soul,' the old.boy would say, 'I must have been asleep..' Why didn't yon waken me, John?' 'I tried to, sir,' I'd say as meek as Moaes, ''but-yon told me to mind my own business, sir.' 'Dear, dear I Did I say that? 1 must have been dreaming---and. it's nasty night too. Can you leave yonr horse for a minute or two, John?' I never did taste such stuff as he used to keep-must have been 40- years old. "Then there was--but'you'll excuse me, sir, it's near 11 .o'clock now, .aud the theaters'll be out Goodnight, sir." The Farmer Hit Back. It is told of ex-President .Rutherford B. Hayes that while attending school at Keuyou college he was in the habit of taking daily walks into the country. These trips were shared 1 by" two intimate companion^ who were of a fun loving disposition, which frequently got them into trouble. On one occasion they more than met their match at repartee in an old farmer whom they met on the highway. The long white beard of the farmer gave him a patriarchal appearance, aud while ho was approaching the students they arranged to give him a "jollying," which eventually terminated in tho discomfiture of the youths. One of them doffed his hat with great reverence aud respect aa he said, "Good morning, Father Abraham." The .second sainted the old farmer nud said, "Good morning, Father Isaac." Mr. Hayes, not to be outdone in affability and politeness, extended his hand as he said, "Good morning, Father Jacob." Ignoring the outstretched hand of Mr. Hayes, the old farmer replied: "Gentlemen, you are mistaken in the man. I am neither Abraham, Isaac nor Jacob, but Saul, the son of Kish, who was sent out to seek his father's asses, aud, lo, I have found them," PQIRS WITH fe PalnrKlllerJ A Medicine Chest in Itsolf. Simple, Sifo and Quick Cure for · g CRAWPS, DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, 1 COLDS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. 25 and 5O cent Bottles. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS- BUY ONLY THE GCNUINE.J S PERRY DAVIS' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 7TLBERT C. TOWERS, ATTOKNKY-AT-t A W Denton. Maryland. T. BOYER. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, fVKNTON. M TTimVAKW M. NOIILK. LAND SURVEYOR, llciitun, !lT»rlniul. Work done in nny pint of tl^c county tit short notice. (Jharjjes very reasonable QSCAR CLARK. f\ ttornc y-nt-T.3iu , DKNTON, JV1A«YJ.ANI. Col lection sand (ill profoabinnnl biisiiip'-s promptly attpmlcri to. TTTTILMER EORY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CKSTItKVII.LK, Ml) , "Will practice also in Caroline, Tiilbot nnd Kent county. N. ALEX. HUTSOX, ATTOR N EY-AT-LAW, DENTON, MAKYT^ANl). Will practice is the conits of Caroline find udjncent counties. m PLINY FISHER. ATTORNSY-AT-LA W, DENTON, MD. All business entrusted to my caro will receive prompt attention. Collection of claims R specialty. TJARVEY L. COOPER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DENTON, Close nUcnlion will lie given to nil busi- pess entrusted to mv u r o . p PERCY DUNNING, ' " CONSTABLE AND COLLECTOR, DENTON, MAKL'DAND i Reference Denton Nation.i! IJitik tJOHN.W. CLARK, JR. Bex 66. Detiton, Will sell property i;i Caroline or nny of the futjmnnut nntnrtr*. HPSRV R. LEWIi. \VILLAKI K. WI.Sl ; LEWIS cD WEST, ] A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W, j DENTON, MD. "Will practice in the Courts of Caroline Talboiand Queen Anne counties. R. ENOCH GEOH.GK, DH. P. V.. 1'ihiiKK GEORGE FISHER, Physicians, Surgeons Gyoscologists, DENTON, MARYLAND. Office at residence of Dr. Enoch George, Main Street. I' JAMES SWANN. 1 R K P R K b E N T I N U The Best Life Fire I nsurance. DENTON,MARYLAND. ·WM. U. DEWHBSE. FH.ED K. OWKNS , OWENS, DENTON, MD. Office in tbo Court House. Mortgages foreclosed, estates settled and prompt attention given to all business eu trusted to us. Will practice in tho State nnd Federal Court. ~WM. H. DKIVEESE, State's Attorney for Caro lino county. PAINTER AND DECORATOR, . DKNTON, J Has htid ten years' experience in thei- of Wilmington, Philadelphia and New- York, tind is now ready to imiltc contracts and guarantees skillful work, fair puces and cntiro satisfaction DRS. W. T. L. D. KELLEY, : DENTISTS: MAIN OFFICE : EASTON, MARVLAND Will practice at Preston on Jlondnys; Denton on Tuesdays; Foderalsburg, second and fourth Thursdays; Enst New Market, first and third Thursdays. Beet work guaranteed. Gas adreinister- ed. OR. ANNA GIERING REeiSTERED PHYSICIAN, Twent five year^' experience Specialist in Dlsea;.es ol Women jonly. Private Sanitarium of high J/rcpule Ahsolutc privacy aflbrd- '·eri Female Regulative Pills f.'.00 per box. Advice by mail. iG03 EAST BALTIMORE STREET. BALTIMORE, MD. Vegetable Compound Tor female Coinplnints, $1 Wives without Children consult me %A*ILLIAM E. GREENLEY'S BARBER SUOP, (Stewart Building, next door BricK Jloicl) First-class furniture nnd npplinnces, iintl competent workmen insures satisfactory service to all customers. Populitr prices. FRACTICAl. BLACKSMITH HORSE-SHOER, DBNTON, MD. I slmll constantlj r keep on hand n full assortment of Iron and Steel for nil kinds of Farm nnd Wagon Work. I can furnish you all si/.cs of new wheels nnd n.xlcs, nnd best classes of horse-shoes ut short notice. I guarantee all material and work at lowest prices to suit the hard times. Shop on Third St., opposite Livery Stable. Give mo ft trial. JOHN J. UARNES. Money to Loan, $15,000 to loan on mortgage in sums of $1,000 or more. Any legal business attended to. Apply to W1LMER EMORY, Attorney nt Law, North Fayotto Sts. Baltimore, Md. B, KINNAMON A f u l l line* tf I'rosh conCoclionery l«,tj"i on Iisuid, sit REASONABLE PRICES. FRESH B R U H E S , ETC. I WILL, HAVE A X I C K SKASON. s 1 and chikh-oti's solicited, and tlio c h i l d i e n looked al'fer. Lowncy's Chocolates a Specialty. Also a f u l l l i n o of CIGARS AND TOBACCO on liaiul .it The Old Bakery. Groceries. TAVJNG restocked ray GROCERY DEPARTMENT, I am now prepared to biipply my eiiMonioi'S nnd the public goneially w i t h eicrj t h i n g in t h a t line, fiesii and oi' the best quality. MKATS, f\ COfc'Jb'JSK, TOMATOKS, Ij()'Vi:CTIONS, v l v s . * Ribbon? AHD Drey? My stock of tho hatter is very complete-, aud my hady friends will do well to call iindgf saiuino my goods before going e^jwheve. Spool Silks, Cotton. Gloves and Hosiery, and in fact a general lino of Notions. Drop in and see the stock. Oysters and Ice Cream, For a g-ood Oyster Stow give us a call, Tco Cream will also bo.sovvctl in season. Any q u a n t i t y supplied for family use when desired, nt short notice. . JULIA DAY, Successor to Ja.m«s PAINT SOLD UNDER GUARANTEH. ACTUAL C08TlE88THAar»1.26JEBGAl- . E. BROWS, - - DESIGN, MD., SOT,K AGENT. CHEAP Ssta.Tslisto.eA Frank C. Bolton. LeeB.'Bolton. BOLTON^ BROS. PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. PRIZE MEDAL ^, PAINTS ei»li)«, ib« PMTjily Szvf«go»r«l Oil, Machinery Oils, Tar, Oakum and Pitch. ENGINEERS', MACHINISTS, Steamsliip and Railway Supplies, 418, 420, 422, 424 E. PBATT ST., REED'S TH^C, TO GET BARGAIN? IW HARMESS! I If in need of anything in my line it will be to your advantage to examine what I h.ivc to show before puichnsing elsewhere. 31y stock includes Dusters, Sheets, Fly Nets. Ear Tips. "Whips, Harness as low as S", Jltkiid-mndc Harness to order, Collars, Bridles, Axle and Harness Oil, Whip Sockets, Pads of nil kinds. flgfJIaincss repaired and cleaned nt short notice. W. S. REED. D'-nton. Md. - JAMES T. MORRIS, (itlDOKI.T, MD.) IhBlf ridit anil Elactaitl, AND EXPERIENCED HORSSEHOER. In i-ll branches of my business I !?tiar ...it*; satisfaction. In horssshoeine;! ha the ·endorsement of best veterinarians. JAMES T. MO11KIS. J. B. K. EMORY if CO (KMOUV i XKAVITT,) --GENERAL-COMMISSION MERCHANTS, LIGHT STEEET, A Pleased Customer is The Best Advertisement. A little money docs tlio buim«- licic, ml n u r unsurpassed l i n e of NEW GOODS e reiulv loi your inspection. Why look Isewlicrc when jou can buy just wlmt ·ou \\nnt, in tlic way of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Clothing, Ints, Cnps, Shoos, mid the most modern mttcrns in Shirt«, Collate ntul Ncckwcnr t price* mud) LOWER THAN THE LOWEST. We nlso earn a full and complete l i n o f iJry Goods in Llic lutcst designs and olors. us well :is n very lurgu assortment f Indies' Dross Skirts, \hii-li nrc mrnlo nf f t j l i s l i nnd durable mti'iiiil. We will begin this season vit/t Bargains. We will end 'his season with Bargains. AVhon in nt-pil of n n \ tiling in our lino a ill \ \ i l l coiiviiiri 1 \iiil. Y c i l l h . . KOIS l i A h C A I N S . THE BALTIMORE BARGAlli STORE, 1UDGELY, MIX PEN ANKRAILROAD CO, UT.iv IN Kri ucr APRII, :s, i Jiastward. |BALTO.FERRY( Westward. Lcnv P. Al. 500 Av'iv P.M 7 43 LlillM) V. M Arrive P. M. 0 JO (Arrive I A. JI. BALTIJIOKKI 10 4J Leave. A. JI. Aiv A. M 1045 Lenv A..M 800 800 Railroad Division. Icav. Leave P.M. A. M. 0 2j f 6 3 1 f G38i f 0 4 4 A 0 5 1 653 f 0 fo C59 f 7 0 2 7 0 7 716 7 23 f 7 2 7 f 7 81 7 3 7 f 7 4 1 C 7 4 7 f 7 oo 7 0 - f 806 8 11 f 8 1 9 f 8 '2: f 8 2 G 830 8 33 (8 4» 8.32 H O I 9 13 9 It; J) 22 92(5 f 9 S 5 955 1005 f l O 10 t 10 II n 10 26 ( 10 4', f 11) 48 r 10 4 ell 13 r n 24 11 30 m 38 91 41 f 11 45 11 51) Queun-Low n Blunmin-^lnle Wye Mi'. Is Wi'Uongliby I) U junc. Queen Aunts Hillsboro Dow nes Tiickalioc JJcnton IJobbs Ilickmnn Aclnnisvillo Blanclinrd Green vooil Arrive A. M, rVrrv P. M Bun n ing Deputy Elloiidnlo Wclic Milton "Whitcsburo, Burton, Lewes. P.M. A . M . i I O) f 7 60 f 7 43 f 7 37 A 7 2l 7 2 7 f 7 2o 7 2 1 f 7 19 7 12 7 0 1 654 f 6 50 f(j 40 fi f G 32 f 6 28 f C 24 J18 f G O G G O O f 652 f 54 f 5 4 540 A. M. P. M C 00 551 fl i2 .335 523 5 2 5 1C '{.IS 005 4 5 C 430 f 4 3 3 f 4 2 8 K4 20 f S 5 f 'AX f 3 4V 3 4 C f 3 3 ( 3 2( 30 f 8 0, 3(K CONNECTIONS. "A" connects at D. A; C. Junction fo points on the Delaware Chesnpcalt Unilwny -- Enstou and Oxford. .'·]}" comieuts ut trrecn wood with Dclii wori Division of t h u I'liilndrlphin, Wil niiiigtoii Bill ti more 1'ailrond. "C" connects nt JSlloinlnle with the Del aware, jMaryhiiul, Virginia JKuilroin KOll Georgetown. Siinclny oi.ly, boat le.ives B:iltiniore n 9.00 n. m., find" Queenstown nt 5.30 n. n niul 4 30 p. in. I . W. TROX KL, C. C. WA n. i: it, Gen. Mumiiicr. Gen. Fr't Puss. As;t WUer Line DAILY STEAMERS FOR Great Gboptank, Trappe and Tuckaho Rivers, On and after May 22d, f898, steam ers will leave I'icr 6 Liglit Street Wlmr daily except Sundnj-s nt (i p. m., for O\ ford, Trappe, Cambridge, ChniiCRllor's SooMary, Clark s, Choptnnk, Lloyd's Dover Bridge, Kingston, AlcCarty's, Gun ey's, Totld's. 'Towers', Williston 'ruefcahoe Bridge, Kcese's, Coward's, Cov ey's, Hillsboro nnd Qucon Anno. A r m i n g at OxiYml tlic followijigmorn ing in lime for connection with the Deln yrnrc Chesapeake H. It., and at Cam bridge with tho Cambridge ASciifordR. R Itotnriiing will leave Hillsboro Alon- dnj-5, Tuc«dnys, Wednesdays, Thursdays an-J Fridays nt 10 fi. m.; Covey's 10.30 Coward's 11; Williston 1 p. ra^; Gnney'i 1.30; ilcUiu-ty's 2; Kingston 2.15, Dove: Bridge 2.30, Modford's (Clioptnnk) 4 Olurk's 4.16; Secrolniy, 5; Cambridge 7 Trappe 8 30 nnd (Ktord 10, stopping at intermediate landings, arriving in Ualti more eiirly the following mornings. SUNDAY STEAMKB FOR BALTIVOJIB. Steamer will leave for Jinltimorc on Sundays as follow: Wayman's, 4.30 n. m Covay'j, 600; Co\\nrd's" 6.15; Willi'ton 6 30, Gnney's, 0.-I5; Kingston, 7.10; Dover U ridge, 7.30; Clioptnnk, 8.30, Secretary 9.30, Oambiidgc, 10.30; Trappe, 11.43; Oxford, 1.00 p, tn., arriving in Baltimore nt 6.00 p. m., the same day. Freight received until 5.80 p.m.daily for all landings. K. E. WHEELER, Agont, Pier 5 Light-fit., Baltimore. B. B. COUKK, Agent at Williston. Chester River Steamboat Comp'; Change of Schednle, Boginning June 1st, ISO", the stcnmer E m m a A. Ford, will leave Chestcrtown nt 7.00 a. m., dfiily, except Sunday, stopping nt Kolph's, Booker's, Quiikcr Neck, ind Quocnstown. Leave Qun.enstown at 5 n . m., arriving in Bftltimore about 11.16. Returning, leave Baltimoro'at 3.15 3. in., arming nt Qiieenstowii nt 645, nnd Dhestertowii at 7,30. Steamer K. S. Ford will leave Ccntro- ville daily, except Sunday, at 7.00 a. m., stopping at landings on Corsica river, Bogle's, Jackson Creek, and Kent Island, ind arriving in Baltimore nt 11.00 a. m. Returning, Icnve Baltimore at 3.30 p. in., irnving at Uentrevillc at 7.30 p. in. Stcnmer firntitude will leave Rock Hall daily, except Sunday, at 8.00 a. m., arriving in Baltimore at 10.15. Returning, leave Baltimore at 4 00 p. m., arriving nt Rook Hall nt (5.15. GEO. WAUFIKLD, President, J. B. TAYI.OB, Gcnorsl Agent. Notice, The School Commissioners will ho in soEsion the iirsf arid third Tuesdays of every month, from 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock ;. m. Tho office of the School Board will tie open for the trnnsaction of public business on Tuesdays and Saturdays, from 10 o'clock n. in., until G o'clock p. m. On other days that office may bo closed. Hy order, M. B. STEPHENS, Swj'r. am** MOTHUHNB V \ WILL BE FOUND A GOOD STOCK --OF -- J j U IIJJUL/ U U U l / U l Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Etc., --AT-J. M. BEAVEN'S, HILLSBORO, MD. Larqe StocK of GROCERIES AND fiUEENSWARE Yon can also find at the LUMBER Y A R D . Full supply of ;ill kinds of Lumber. Sawiujf aud Planing doue at short notice. Ceiling 1 , Flooring, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Windows, Etc., always on hand. SON, ONDERTAKERTEMBALMERS AUD FUNERAL DIRECTORS, DENTON, MARYLAND. . Twenty years of experience enables us to insure entire satisfaction in every particular. Our shops are fully supplied witn needed material, and first-class workmanship is guaranteed. FOR SALE! 1 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 first-class opportunity. Call at once. N. FLOWERS CO., Hillsboro, Md. TheSteamer Greensboro (CAI-T D S. KKOCKWA.Y, MASTER,) Will ply between GREENS BOROUGH and BALTIMORE Weekly, touching fttall landings between Greensbor- ougli and Denton. )n and after July 4, steamer will leave for Baltimore everr Monday FREIGHTS MODERATE, CAPACITY AMPLE The patronage of our merchants and arniets solicited thnt this linn may be made a success. Full information by in- iiiiring of GEORGE F. DILL, AGENT, D.S BROCK WAT. MASTKB, Grcensborough, 3Cd. Or HARIiT A. ROE, AQKNT, Denton, Md. |6?*LargG granaries always ready to re- teivo (train. TUNIS' MILLS, TALBOT GOUPiTY, MO., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Lumber and Building Material; Shipments made direct by vessel,,to. all points on navigable water, to inland points by jail. Save Honey by Purchasing .Direct from Manufacturers. North Carolina Pins, Our Specialty! WE DEFT COMPETITIOM JI CTTOS SflUGLES. Saw Mill Daily Capacity, 2o,oqo.feet. Plaining Mill Daily Capacity, 40,000 feet. STATE AGENTS FOR Correspondence solicited. Orders promptly filled. HYGIENE ICE; THE SEASON FOR ICE IS HERE. THE DISTILLED WA TER ICE IS HERE LET EVEEYBODT PATRONIZE - THE ICE DEALER* o Place yonr orders and let the Ice^iigon stop at your door each morning and deliver you just what you want. It only costs you One-half Cea^l par Found, and the saving in the use of it will be many times that amount. Don't forget to leave your orders at once with Towers, the Ice Dealer. Ice Delivered on Saturday. Evening .for Sunday, Persons wishing ice on Sunday can secure it by going to the Factory, at the depot. LAWRENCE B. TOWEBS. W E D 0 Have the beet Carriages, Spindle Bugles, Daylong, and a lull line of Machinery nnd Farm Implements. ' Lowest Price* an Everything I Good Second-Hand Carriages i,-. . and Buggies from '· --"1.00 up. ' SI1TCZ OSBORNE COLUMBIA BINDERS AWD.MOWXRS »r* at the front, Md hvr* outbnttlcd all competitors, having proved to be the lightest draft, the be»t work, *«ni- plcst in construction, the strongest and test-braced binder ever r made. Hence J MM, victory ! Columbia All-Steel Hay Rakes and Tedders are constructed in * way that' you liavo two new rates for tho price of one.' -Oiborne..Columbia Spring-Tooth .aud" Disc Hnrrows nro tho only ones made with double leyers. Don't forget that I am lioadquarters for!all'line* of Machinery, Carriages, etc., at lowest prices,. TONS OF BINDER TWIMB. Also have three second-hand' Deoring Binders for sale cheap. "VViirgnarantaqthem,in every way to do first-class work or no sale. Give me call. H. M. THOMPSON, HILLSBORO, MD. J. O. TAYLOR WITH cr, o. LEIB FRUIT AND PRODUCE CQ^AilSSlON MERCHAliTS, East GaxxxderL Sti · REFERENCES: Traders' National Bank of Baltimore; First National Bank of Stewartstown, PH. Branch at Stewartotgwn, P». T. H. EVANS COMPANY, FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 214 Light Street. $aJtl^nore. Maryland, Hj^Fruits and Vegetables; Maryland Peacha* and,Sweet Potatoes. Examiners' Notice. Wo, tho undersigned. liftYin!* been ap- ointcd by the county commissioners of Jnroline county to examine and, if found icccs^ary, laj down a new public road in he Eighth Election District, beginning «t r near 15cncli;unp's Bridge, on the road ending from Wiilislon to Concord, nnd ·unning thiough thu liwds of Mrs. EHzn- eth Ueachamp, William P. Lidcn, nnd ictweon tho hinds of E. M. Garey nnd W. C, Andrew, until it intersects the county rond lending from Two Johns to Jones' Jorner, hereby give notice that we will nect at said place of bcginniii!; nt 0 o'clock i. m., on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 898, to execute our commission. The county surveyor will please attend without further notice. JOSEPH F. ROOP, S A M U E L T . N0111US, WILLIAM T. LOUD, July 30, 1898. Is yonr Home, Fornitflre, Grain, Lin Stock, or otkei Property Insured Agaiist Loss bf nREORLI6HTNIN8P If not, if you ivill apply to on» of the Agents of tie OF DOVER, DEL you can obtain insurance at low rates. .The Company is Mutual, and you will only pay what the insurance costs, as any amount'in EicessolM WlUbe Returned IB DiYiienis or at termination of policy. WM. DENNY, Secretary. R. PLUMMER, Agant, Greengboro. J. B. FLETCHER. " Pre«ton. REHOBOTH CITY, DEL OPEN JUMK 10th. This Hotel is situated 100 feet from.oemn front, and one-fourth of a mile from Behoboth. Bayi »n . tbe, rear. Special rates for .June, and ,,S«p-- tember. Free Back. Bar attached. WM. M. " PftpPIUJtZOK. TREES # PLANTS The leading, varieties of Apple,. Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherries, Small Fruita, etc., for sale by i. fi. GELLETLI, a CO., WILLiaKlt,,|(JD, »- . NFWSPAPFKfi

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