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LITTLETON DENNIS. EDITOR 4 PUBLISHER ■ Snow Hill, Md.,April 16th, 1881. The True Way. It may as well be conceded by every one, as it is by all who luve with any care studied the subject of practical politics, that organi zation is an absolute necessity in carrying out party principles. In dependence isverygood, and the profession of that viitue, if it be one, is the fashion at present. But it may well be questioned wheth er independence is not tactious ness in most cases. No party can hnve so much momentum by the mere force of its principles that it will reach success without the com bination and discipline of its ele ments. Let an organization be ever so bad in its purposes, it will achieve more than many times its number of individuals who are splashing about aud employing their energies in simply making a noise. Recognizing this fact, the organ ization of the Democratic party in t H ttf ft't e 1 as everywhere else, must be regarded as essential to the party’s existence, and the true question is, not how to get rid of it by destroying it, but how to im prove its form so that it will be come the real and complete repre sentative of the people. This can not be accomplished by the mem bers ot the party holding off, tak ing no partin the management of primaries aud conventions, merely criticising when matters do not go to please them. Every Democrat I)as a deep interest in the credit aud usefulness of his party, and it is but a duty to use every endeav or to enhance these objects. His presence and moral influence is needed at the primaries. He should join heartily and earnestly in the work of keeping the men and methods which are to coutrot party policy clean and above te proach. This duty has not always been observed in this county, but It is none the less clear. No better time than the present year will enme for inaugurating the habit of personally aiding to improve the organization. Begin at the root, talk over wild)—ethers the best and most available candidates, consider what improvements are needed in local affairs, in taxation, in public, enterprise, religiously attend the piimaries, sternly re buke wrong tendencies you may observe there, and actively labor to overthrow unwise or unrighte ous schemes. Then you will have earned a right to grumble if the result is not what you deem best. No party, however good its ptinci ples, can be so but that those who are active and zealous, whether honest or dishonest, will be able to control matters. If you turn over to the selfish aud unscrupul ous the interest you ought to feel in your party, can you expect thtm to adjust the organization as you think it ought to be adjusted? Thfc party, great as it is, needs the help of every single member. Do not shrink your part.—Salisbury Advertiser. A Grand Work. J. Russell Manning, M. D., V. S.. for twenty-five years a practical Stock Kaiser and Veterinary Surgeon, has written a book called the “ Illustrat ed Stock Doctor and Live Stock Encyclopedia,” and we learn that it is attracting special attention lie has treated the subject with a masterly hand, and any person intarested in Horses, Cows, Sheep, swine and Poul try, would do well to obtain a copy at once. It tells how to buy, sell, breed, shelter, train, etc., how to know ar.d c ire disease, and in language all can understand. The Publishers have ren dered it objkct teaching, by illustrat iig it with over 400 fine engravings. It is by far the most complete and valu able book lately issued by subscription, and wc do not wonder that agents make money rapidly gelling it. Published by the well-known firm of HubßaßD Dkothkks, of Philadelphia. Notice to Taxpayers. The undersigned hereby gives notice to all persons who are indebted to him as Collector of State and County Taxes for the years 1878 and 1R79, that un less such taxes are paid at once he shall proceed to levy upon ami sell ail prop erties upon which said taxes are not paid. LEVIN J. HOUSTON, Teh. 5-’Bi. Collector. IHave been awarded n Gold Modal and First I (jfr MU I njjw a vliOTW^tai . ESSjfttil U the but ihotrlng tter given a ter- P 9 The Best, Cheapest and Most Successful Chemical Mixtures. &5I By their uso, high grade fertilizers aro made at one-third usual cost. U| I mmmmmmm Leading fiumera in every State ns reference, 1 3B| ALSO aIAXVVACTORUtS OP K||S |TV powxll’C ms dissolved bgas, powelL'S Him, high Gsars. Bfl |U| powellt rtJEi bjks heal, iowsll-g sulphate rcusa, BUB ■■ POWELL'S ms AHHSWATED BONE, PC~ILL'3 HVBIATS POTASH, Bn U POWELL’S ms EISSCL7E2 S. C. BCITZ, 1 SWELL'S PIAS7II, foffl POWELL'S SULPHATE KAGSEEIA, POWELL'S OIL VITEIOL, U| srarux. inum asd mlitilj-jois nm to ouu. WTjM Handsome Illustrated Catalogue, giving full description of KS Powell’l Prepared Ctenicals, prices and references with ana- RS A STBEWCTHEHEB SIWMH^EB. IRON RITTERS are h ghly recommended for ell diseases re- I quiring a certain and efficient tonic ; especially Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter mittent Fevers, Went of Appetite, Loss of Strength, I.r.ek of Energy, etc. Hunches the blood, strengthens the muscles, and gives new life to the nerves. They act like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as Tasting the Food, Belching, Ileal in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. Til© only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the tomtit or give licadaoiic. Sold by all dmggirts. \7riio for the AIJ C Look, £2 pp. cf useful and amusing’reading— sa.t free. BROWN CHEMICAL, CO., Baltimore, Hid. jragaraa “wnminir cookstoves V -J Double Wood-Doors I’.it-'nt tv il.Oratn A<lJustab!o Damper SwiiiL-i],. IK-irUeltaM liit.'rvhamr.ablf. Automatic slu-lf Bmilinir Door Bninpitir Flue-Stop : W Utiqnaled Lorn.- Crow, pu-ro ’• ’ ***♦ ‘ ’ j-tafs’- .'R laKshh Nickel Panels Hoary* Ring Covers” f . y . ? .£ifSr- Miirill Illuminated Fir,.-Doors, etc. \ Cveritin liAxcrAorcßKn by "*a-.v=—AßO •' • " ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & CO., Baltimore, Md. Aiarte! to all Ecjtlrtnwta. Price! te rK all Pareoa. and for aale by 3 CHH L STURGIS, Saar liill, Ml JOHN L. SANDERS, (FORMERLY OF THE EASTERN SI.'OR :,) Tonic Beer, Ginger Ale, MINERAL WATERS, ETC. Particularly invites the trade of his E. S. friends. Factory, 217 S. Charles Street, Api.2 3m] BALTIMORE. Battle Creek, Michigan, MANCTACTUBEM OP THE ONLY GENUINE ■Tfl ■ iVvv BB B THRESHERS, and Plain Engines and Horse-Powers. KtO<fl(ieTkruherFut7 j Established la (be World. > 1848 AA VEADO o/cmlAnowmlnKw/'ultvil- Jg IKHllWwithout chancre of nnip, OM. management, or location, to “back vj> " the inl.ii broad warranty given on alt oar goods. STEAM-POWER SEPARATORS and | ever aeen in the American market A multitude of r/ircialffeaturee e and improvement* ; for 1881, together with ruprrior qualities in eonetrve i lion and material t not dreamed of by other makers. Four frizes of Bei>arator, from G to 12 horse oa: acity, far team or horre potter. Two styles of “ Mounted " Horwv Power*. me baa aaa Feet or Selerteil I.umber f ,OW)VUU (from three to eilc yeare air-dried) ' constantly on hand, from which i built tho in comparable wood-work of our machinery. I TRACTION ENGINES^ atrongett, mart durable, and efficient ever .ZJI made. , 10, 13 Hor so Power. . Fur in era and Threuhrrinen nro incited to Invc tii-ato this mntehleee Thre hiojf Machinery. ■ Circulars sent free. Address NICHOLS. SHEPARD A CO. Battle Creek, Michigan. LANDRETHS 1 ! 1784 Slflllßßl lncna and Pric*a. Tkr OIH-tl anti vu>ti extennve £m<l Grmrrrt in the Vnited Stairs. DAVID LAN OKKTII * SONS, I’mWa-.Pa. k\ i 1 Chewing Tobacco!: Awardid htnhrti prur at ConlMiniil fi r ► (bir rhevino q<chtir* ami rrrrlle *.*< und latliny char* ; L | *i 'Ur tof -yrtett mnq mui ttar+nn-j. The- tollMO litpi rn *<!<, A- our bln*- ilri|> tnidt-niAik i i-lMrlf uilati'U mi infi n.i #* Dial il nt i t'l'llf. Sold I'Vnll Ji'iliff*. S**ri| foruni'|lr, a Mt? Va. | gS oVl n CH TI Iso ssmple! I It Hctjuires No Care. S m ®SO STROSMCiI I Mrs *£t It Sever Wears Out. "xlZmßsl '^sS^fashions _ They rri> rsnocial'y designed tomect trie r.-.'ii.'iiTmen's of desire to dress well. They are unsurpassed in Style, perfect in Fit, ntrd so simple that they are readily understood by tho most inexperienced. Send sc. for cat alogue. Address, “Domestic” Fashion Co., NEW YORK.** STARTLING DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A victim of youthful imprudence cabins Trcma- | tore Decay, Nervous Debility, Dost Manhood, etc., . I bavin;’ tried in vain every known remedy, )ia> dis covetvd a simpleaelf cure, which he u ill nml FUFi I to hl fellow-sufferer*. address J. 11. Kl'.i'.l IN, 4,1 ('hnlimm xt„ N, 1, , i SUPER-PHOSPHATES. The following testimonials arc offered to show that the use of Tll( POCOMOKE has always been productive of G Girdletree Hill. Aug 1, 1879. i Freeman, Lloyd, Mason & Dryden. j Gents:— I used your “ Pocomoke ” on potatoes the past spring with entire ; satisfaction. Yours, etc , Wt. 0. Gladden. o Snow Hill. Oct. 4, 1880. Messrs. F. L M & D. Gentlemen :—I have used several tons of your Phosphate on com, and have had better results from it than any other Phosphate I have yet used. Very Respectfully, John L. Rodins. o Pocomoke City, Nov 25, 1878. Gents:—l used your fertilizer on peas and Irish potatoes, with very satisfac tory results. They came off early, aud I raised a good crop of corn from the same ground. Yours &c., Gkoroe W. Landing. D Snow Hill, July 29, 1879. Dear Sirs : —I used one bag of Poco moke Super-Phosphate on corn as on experiment, applyiug one handful to four bids of corn, and the result has been more satisfactory than that of any other fertihaer 1 have ever used at the same cost Isaac B, Connor. Snow Hill, Nov. 29, 1878. Geots : l used your Super-Phos phate on oats and corn last Spring, and 1 assure you it came up to tny expecta tions, largely increasing the vi.-ld ol both. I prefer it to Peruviau Guano. Respectfully, DkWTtt C. Fooks. R Stockton, L)ee. 10. 1878. Gentlemen:—l used your Pocomoke Super-Phosphate last season on corn, onts and potatoes, with the most grati lying results, and I cau cheerfully re commend it to the farmer as a good, honest Fertilizer, supplying a long f 1* want of a reliable home-made manure. Respectfully, L. J. Houston. E Selbyville. Del., Aug 24, 18S0. Mess. F. li. M. & D. Dear Sirs :—I sold as you know about 40 tons of your Pocomoke Super- Phosphate last spring; and all I have heard from gave general satisfaction I think there will be a great deal used on strawberries iu this section Hex' spring. Very Respectfully, W. S. iMcCaiic. s Pitts’ Wharf, Va., Aug. 20, 1 Messrs. F. L. & D. Gentlemen: —I used your Phosphate this season on liish potatoes, side by side with Peruviao Guano, aud I am satisfied the Phosphate paid me much better than the Guano. Yours, &0., E. Nock. u Snow Hill, Aug # 9, 1879. Messrs. F. L. M. & D. Gents:—l used oue ton of Pocomoke on corn, and can say with safety that 1 have never used any fertilizer with more satisfactory results The corn is fully equal to that where I applied the best stable manure. Yours, &<*., Selby P. Truitt. L Salisbury, Md., Oct 9, 1880. j Mess. F. L M. & D. Geuts:—l have used your Super , Phosphate for two years on corn, side by side with other Phosphates, and the yield was at least one quarter greater than either of the other Phosphates, and 1 am sure the corn crop this present year is double what it would have beeo wi'hout the use of your Phosphate. Yours Truly. Stephen P. Toadvin*. T . Pocomoke City, Deo. 25 1879. Mess. F.. L. D. :—This year 1 used about 800 lbs of your Phosphate per acre along side the best hogpen man ure and compost heap, and the corn where the Phosphate was applied It eld op its end with the best, although the Phosphate was applied on the poorest side of ilm field. The yield on ten acres : of ord nary land being 650 bushels of fine corn ; sixty ears of which shelled a bushel. I shall continue its use, as 1 said in tny former note. Yours, W. U. SCHOOLFIBLD. ! s Berlin, I>eo. 4tb, 1880. Mess. F. L. M. & D. [ Gentlemen: I used two tons of your Pocomoke Phosphate on aorn last spring, i it gave me better satisfaction than any I fertilizer 1 used—good compost not ex jcopied. I tried the snmc land without rna i nure and the yield was about as much ; again, where I used the ** Pocomoke.” j Yours rcspectfelly, j Levin D. Lynch. | Order of Publication. Louis W. Young vs. Edward S Young, Rosa Corbin, Ed ward Steveuson, Esther Youug, Clar ence Steveuson, William Stevenson, Ella Stevenson, Francis Stevenson, Whittington Polk and Elizabeth G. Polk, his wite, Upshur \V. Polk. Marian 0. Polk, JUtues W. Polk, Joseph F. Stevenson and Kicxiuu Sie venson, bis Wile, Louis Steveusou and M.lly Stevenson, bis wite, James 11. Youug and Emeliue Young, his wife, Francis 11. Drydeo aud Clemen tine Drydeo. his wife, Levio J Hous tou and Sullie Houstou, his wife, James T. Young and Milly Young, his wife, Jacob Stcvensou aud Grace Stevenson, bis wife, Charles H. Col bourue and Emma Colbourue, bis wife, Sarah A. E. Scott, Susan E. Scott, George W Scott, William J Sueeringer aud Cornelius T. Taylor, late partuers trading under the name of •• Soetringer,Taylor t C 0.,” James A. Barnes, Erast us M. Blades, Wil liam S Drydeo, Emerson G. Polk, and James H. Young aud Francis H. Drydeo, trustees of EdwardS. Youug. In the Circuit Court for Worctstet Oouuty, in Equity. No. 874. January Term, 1881, to wit: March 18ib, 1881. The object of this suit is to procure a A decree lor a sale of certain real estate io Worcester couuty which was devi- ed by Sally Joues, late of said couuty, de ceased. to certaiu negroes named Sarah, Charles aud Maria duriug their life,— the remaiudur to Rosa Youug Kl'zabeth Steveuson (wife of James Stevensou). Louis Watkins Youug aud Edward S. \ouug, all of Worcester county, and Moses U. Steveusou and Edward Stevcn seu, all ol Somerset county, in equal proportions, bharc and share alike, as shown by the last will aud leatameut of the said Sally Joues, of record iu the i fliee of the Register of Wills of Worcester County. The bill states a certain Sally Joues, ol Worcester couuty, died about Die year ISSB, Siiz.d of certaiu real tsaie in ; W orcester county; that by said witl she made the foliowtug devise : •* Item : Aud who rear ii is my desire to make some tuppoit for 6id negioes, Sarah, Cliailes and Maria, l give aud devise ■he lot o' ground ou the tod leading to Snow Hill, purchased of J. L. Adreou, comaiuiog teu acres, more or less, uuto B-'sa Young* ut Woreesti r couuty, iu tru-t (or the support aud tnainteiance ol said negioes, receiving to Rosa Youtg the piivilege of culling licrowu lire wood troin sa d !• t fur her own use; aud attei tier decease unto AD s s l’ . Su Vi nson, o! Soh ii set county. iu Dust, lor ibe .-aim put pose, v z ; the support aud matnteu aice of said negroes ; ’ t-ud by anoilitt clause of said wtil the said fcja ly Jones ievised as follows : *• Inu —l devise and hiqtieuih all ibe residue ol tny es tate, both n-al aud personal, to he equally divided htAWeeU Rma Young Pi'. Zxheth Btevco6on (wife of James SteveO'Oi ), Louis Watkins Young aud Edw ci S. Young, all of Worcester county, aud •.'loses U. $ eveuson. Jjfr pb Steveusou t.ud Edward Steveuson, all v* Suuerset CoUDiy iu equal proportions. share aud share al t. ; ” all ol which will appeal by said last will aod testament. That the said negioes ate read aud that said laud uow belongs to said residuary de visi e->, or tl cir representatives as cou urreut owners That the said Rosa Young iutei married wnh Corbin, who is dead. Tit a' Joseph S'eVeoon died intestate, leaving as his heirs-atlaw his children Clarence, William, Ki| aod Francis S'evenso®. Thai Mo-cs U S'.cvcnsca died into slate, leaving as L.s hri.s-st law his children Joseph F, Ste veusou. whose wife is E cxiue S eveuson, Louis S ev.-imon, whose wife is M 1 y Stevenson, Elizabeth G. Polk, wife ol Whittington Polk, and al-o his grand children, the children of bis deceased daughter, S.rah A- Polk, former wife of Whittington Polk, iiamcly, Upshur W Polk, Mirim C. P<>lk and James W, Polk. 'l'hat the said James S iv> a n is deaf, and said E! zib-tli ivev ns.m aft. rwaids married Purnell Redden, wl o is al-Hid.-ad, and that Slid E izabeth died intestate sod without issue, aud tbat ber h> irs-at-law are as £>9ovvs : her sister, Kim line Young, w ife of James H. \ oung. her nieces, the children of her deceased sister, Ann Mezick, namely : Glemeutine Dry den, wife ot Francis H. Drydcu, aud Silly Houston, wite of Levin J Houstou ; also, the following tiepin ws and nieces, the children ol her deceased sis’er, Sally Youug, fortmr wife of James H. Young, uamtly : James T. Young, whose wife is Milly Young, complainant, Lewis W. Young, whose wile is Esther Young, Grace Stevenson, wife of Jacob bievenson, and Emma Colbourue, wi*e of Charles H, Col bourne ; also, the following nephews and nieces, ibe children of said Eliza beth’s deceased sbler, Rosa Scot, i namely : George W. Scott, Sarah A. E. Scott and Su-au E. Scott ; also, the fol lowing nephews and ni. ccs, the children of said Elizabeth’s deceased brother, Joseph Steveuson. namely : Clareuce William, Ella and Francis Stevensou ; also, the following uephews and niece of the children of the said Elizabeth’s deceased brother. Mimes, namciv: Joseph K. and Lewis Stevenson and E.izabeth iG. Polk; also, the following graiid nephews aud grand-niece, the children o* said Elisabeth’s deceased niece Sarah j A Pdk, namely Upshur W., Marion C. : and James W. Polk That thcro are ' certain creditors bolding judgment | liens against the land ot Edward S. Young as follows : William J. Sneer inger and Cornelius T. Taylor, late part ners trading under the name of •* Sneer inger. Taylor & C 0.," judgment for $626.20 and costs, but eutitled to a credit of $240 ; James A. Barnes, on judgment for $ 118.68 and costs; Erastus M. Blades, on judgment for SBB 92 and costs; William S. Drydeo, assignee of Littleton Dryden, on judgment fir 826. aud costs, and Emerson G. Polk, as signee of John S. Waters, on judgment for $19.12 aud costs, —all of which will apjear b) the recordsiu the office o( the Clerk of Lite Circuit Court lor Worcester Couuty. That Edward S. Young, by i deed dated June 24th, 1880. has eon* veyed to James H. Young and Frunci* H. Dryden, as trustees for the benefit ! of his areditors, all his estate, including the land hereinbefore described, and that : said trustees still hold the same. That ail of the parties aforesaid are of fue age except Ella SieVeuson, Francis Ste vensou, Upshur \V.. Marian C. and Janus W. Polk, who are iulahts under the uge of twenty-one years. That ( | George \V. Scott, is nun compos mentis. Tlial the said real estate eaunot he di vided without loss or injury to the par ties interested. That the said Cornelius T. Taylor, Sarah A. K. Seott, Susan K. Scott aud George W. Scott reside out ot the State of Maryland. It is thereupon adjudged and ordered ( that the compUinam, hy causing a oopy ( of this order to be inserted in some news paper published at Sucw lli.l, once in each ot four successive weeks before the first day ot July Dext, give uotice to the | said absent defendants of the object and substance of this bill, and warn tin iu to appear in this Court, iu person or by so licitor f on or before the 18th day of July next, to aoswer the premises and show cause, if auy they have, why a de cree ought not to pass us prayed, UpsUUK & PuRXKI.L, , Solicitors for complainant. 1 T. Matthews, Cleik. True copy, Tbst: I T. Matthews, Cierk. March 20th-4w. SHERIFFS M —OF— REAL ESTATE. J)Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF ■O fiei i facia* i-.ssued out of tlie Circuit Court fur Worcester County, and to me directed, at the suit ef Mary K. Williams, administratrix ot the estate of John I). \\ illiums. l.te of said imni iv, deceased, use of William S. Wil.-on, against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of [lii-iu Phillips, I have seized and taken in x -cution all the right, title, claim, interest and estate in law and in tqniry, of the said llimm Philips, in aud to the following projeity, to wit : All that tract or part of a tract ot laud lying and being situated iu the S-veutb Kl'ct’on I).strict .f Worcester county, in the Sateof Maryland, eal’ed ‘ HOGS’ Q BARTER,” or by whatevir other name ir na-nes the same may be knowu or called, c>n taming 150 aeres of land, more or less, it being the same land that was conver t'd to the said lltram Phillips by Janus tj’ws, under a power of attorney t.out Iluet A Dixtoo and Delia Dixin, his wife, dated the thirty-first uay of Mir, in the year ISIS, and record' d soiling the land records of Worcettei cnumv in Liber “G. M. 11 ” No. 2 folios 336 j and 337. And I hereby give no’ice that, on TUESDAY, APRIL 10th. I*Bl. at the hour of 2 o’clock. P M., io bo. t of the Court House door iu tbe town nf Snow H'U. [ shall proceed to eell the said pioperfy, bo seized aud taken iu execution, to the highest bidder, f>r • ash. to satisfy the above named wrii and costs. LEVIN J. HOUSTON. Lite Sheriff of Worcester County Mar. 2G—D. FLAGO’S IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD! Nbveb Git* Hard. Car be Made ast Steexgth Desired. Last Twice a* Lose. CiwMtt Card rlttait Bnggiag th Sjrctaa. rr.M „ These Pads Core all Disease* hr Absorption. Ns Noxious Pills. Oils, or Poisonous Medicines are taken Into the Stomach. The Pads are worn over the Pit °f the Stomach, covering the Great Nerve Centre*, also the Liver and Stomach. A Ren tie Veßetabla Tomcis absorbed intothecirrulationofthe Blood and Liver, purify Idr the Blood, stimulating the Liver and Kidneys to healthy action, and strenßthvninit the Stomach to digest food. Price or Pad* 1 ash *3 each. Sold bt all Dri-ogists, or sent hy MaU or Kxprcss. . Manufactured at 39 ft II North Liberty Bt, Baltimore, Md. For sale by E. \V. F. Smith,Druggist,Snow Hill, Md. Oct. BO !y ESTABLISHED 1055. ipwy & IN EYERrVARIETY^ W. PINE & WALNUT MANTELS, GEORGE 0. STEVENS, BALTIMORE, SEND For? PHICFiS. - f ~ T i JOHN. L. NOCK, WITH HERMAN ELLIS & CO WHOLESALE DEALERS I.Y TOBACCOS MD CIEIRS. 53 SOUTH CALVERT STREET And 32 Cheapside, ■ BALTIMORE. TvIXJ , Stand of J. S. Johnson k Co. Waiehes. Slsm winder,ts sa. While melsl nqc??ajr, \ !• Itoltallco £u!i<t £*l*l9ls. flsap-Tt *r. l l :t l yf-orrwa rarpofr*. V4!uM**ui- ' U- Er- f IIO3T§ON AlO., I9SKuhaS(. >ew\orL lECUKf HID ENGTnF. I J - ' - - t1 Victorious at Four World's Fairs . : i t HAS TAKEN 6 GOLD, 6 SILVER AND • t BRONZE MEDALS. AND 180 ' , FIRST PREMIUMS. I TT'.e ral'rokds of the fnit.-d .States and Canada nut l in more ECLIPSE MILLS than all ..thns put 10. . j tether. We exjx.rl more limn nil others combined , Our Mill is nut sold n- a cheap Mill, but a- the be.t E ! Mill ill the world, tor last tour years I liaw: never ] received a cent lor repairs of any of my mills that I have put up, and hm e replaced several uther mills hy ttie KI'I.IPSK. We make Is sizes, fruiu S 12 to 60 feet diameter, from 2 man tu 40-horse power, anil M<ed for pumping from wells, springs, brooks and ) rivers. Also bare POWER MILt.S lor grinding grain, shelling corn, sawing woo.l, catting fodder, • etc. I liirnish mills .separate, or will contract to do | whole job, including tower, (auops. piping, etc.. plain or uriMmental. and .sill guarantee to give st isfactiwi, and refer to tbe following parties, who have j thMa: S. R. Moniecai, I>. I). Mallory, John E. Phillips. James W. Ty son. - John Gill. A. H. Morton ft Son, lien. -las. A. Gary, Dr. Win. Stuart, !! C l V.*. u ‘!! 1 ' Capt. W. It. Iturcliinaf Henry H. lingers, Kdward I.incli. J W. Harvey . John It. Long I S. A man. W. S. Wedge! Thomas Kill#. Sm. A. ('unninghnm, J C. 1.. Cole, Rev. C. W. Baldwiu, i \\ m. Snowden. German Bros , Col. B. K. Taylor. J. B. Brinkley, James Itoyee. Ilou. llarnes Compton, f v liarles J. Baker. Wm. 11. Iliss, L. 11. KMiisod, Samuel Black. Iloirae,. Abbott. Hon. It T. Merrick, John S. Oilman. l.egister Bros , and 72 others. NONPAREIL FARM AND FEED MILL, tub GRINIIIXf; CORN, BONES ETC. Address or call on JOHN 11. BUXTON At CO, General Agents. No. 4fi East Pratt street, Baltimore. Md. The ECLIPSE has taken the Brat Pri*e Medal at the World's Fair. Is*), at Sydney. Australia.. TRUSTEE'S SUE | —OF— Valuable Woodland. |)Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE of the * Circuit Cuurt for Worcester County, silling io Equity, passed on llie 2i ildiy of March A. I). 1881, in the case of William 1), I'ltfs, Truflee o! Junes l’i fiio. a l>inatic, vs. James Coffin, bring N< Nliti .if i lie Chtiircry docket of said Gotirt. the undersigned, as trustee by >*id ifreree appointed, will offer for sale, ; at puEilic aueiion, in front of the Ailiutio Hot. 1 in the town of Retlin. ON SATURDAY, APRIL IGth, 1881, At 2J o’clo k P M., AH that TRAC I’ OF WOODLAND siluute about 3J miles from sbid town of lieilin. in the Third Kieo'ion D etiict uf said Wot center County, being the same lard devised by the 3d l.em nf the frst will of A'mer C Ifi't. tin! futlvor of said J nit's, to Tluonas Ci fiin. and in event of Slid Thninaa’ dyug without issue, then to the said J tin"!* —contaiuii g about S.t aores ol laud, more or less. Tehms of Sm k will he: §75 in ca.-h on the day >-f lale, and 'lie ha la nee of the purehas -m mey to he pod iu two tijual annual inslaltnenfs, from the day .-ale, the whole to Uar in'emt frniu the day of sale, and tbe payment then of 10 seemed l.y the bonds uf tire pur cha-er or paichasers, with a smety or sureties to be approved by the s*’d lru.- ee W ILLIAM D IMTTS, Mar.2o t.J Trustee. Covington iV Wn.*ijt, Attorneys. ELLIS & DOWARD, Succeisdors tu V. U. fiu?tou, I'EALKItS IN Jlomrstic lllarblts, ANl> M.XNFFAITI IIKKS OF MONUMENTS, TOMBSy liEAO STONES, Mattel#, ffureau. Wasli MtanJ. Table aud Countertops of all hinds. Cemetery Lot Enelosures fnrnishad to order. SALISBURY, MD. iders l.y Mail will receive prompt attention. YA uuuj: Real Estate FOR9ALE. 2GOO Acrks of Land in One Boot. Hare Chance fur Capitalist or Cuk'uists. ALL THAT BODY OF Land hing main ly iu Worcester County, and partly in Wicomico County, Mary land, containing about 2600 acres in one body and knout* as the •PINE GROVE SETTLEMENT,” is now offered tor sale upon tlie most favor able terms. This estate lies upon lUe tatitu chanty road from Snow Hill; the conniy town ol Wor ctster County, to Salisbury, tlie County town of Wicomico County, wiihiti eight utiles of the burner and twelve mile,- of ihu latter. It is improved by five farm hou.es, eligibly located and wiih necessary om bnildings, and lus niae othsr lynaat houses fairly dislribuled o*er it. It has through iis centre a very superior mill stream, upon wbich is a wtil-iippoiuttd grist-mUL now being run. Attached to this null property is a comfortable dwi Ring bouse and a fair sized lot of ground. It also lias upon it favorably located a good twn story Sto-e bouse in which a fair retail busi ness is now being done, with a blacksmith shop near by. A thirty horve power Blan dy portable Steam Saw Mill is now in opera tion on the linci and will be sold with it.—, Tbe bwi’sdinga are located convenient to good road# aud are of easy access. About 400 acres of the tract is under cultivation and the balance is in limber from which the large pines have lieea eut, leaving tbe hard wcoil such a# Gum, Oak Cypress ffcc., in rjuiin'ities snffieiriU fur building material • and fencings in improving th e property.—. The trait unbraces a variety ot soils, the upland# being chiefly a light loam, whilst ft large portion is bl ick swamp with clay sub soil. and is veil p.t durlive. The whole is ‘ susceptible of easy drainage and is readily j improved, and very much adapted to the growth of trucks and fruits; and being with in easy reach ol Snow Hill, at which point shippers hve daily communication by tail, with the northern maikets. and three times a weed with New York by the Old Domin ion Stt-nii)Ship Co s., ships from Lewes,Del., it offers rate indu emeiUs io those who wish ; to glow fruits aud vegetables lor market. j For more definite purlieulais, price, terma. etc., those desiring to purchase will ad dress either F. L. .MuKurd ft Co., Miilvilie, . New Jersey, or Unit a.eni, D. if. Straughn ‘ | (on the premises) Snow Hill, Md., aud any’ one desiring to visit and examine the land, upon proper uoiit-e, will be uirt by tbe agent at Snow Hill and cum eyed uu aud fcbowa , the premises. Aug. 14 if.