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How Is Your Backbone!
When a person compliments an?
other by saying be has a good deal
of "backbone" lie comes very near
stating a scientific truth without
knowing it perhaps. At least, so
remarked a naval medical officer to
the Washington Star the other day,
as the latter stopped to chat in the
room of the Naval Examining
Board. "Step up here a moment,"
eon tin tied the officer to a meas?
uring rod which stood in one cor?
ner of the room. This rod, besides
having the movable arms with
which a man's bright is gauged,
had another intermediate arm ho
low, by which the length id' his logs
is determined. The difference bo !
tween these measurements, of
eourse, shows the length of his
body and head. '-There/' said the
o'ttcef, after the reporter had sub
j?uteri himself to the measuring
loeoss, "you are sixty nine and
five eighth inches tall, your legs are
t orty-three and live eighth inches
i ng?pretty good legs?and that
leaves a length of body thirty-six
indies. That's very good, above
the average."
??Well, what does it all mean?"
?sked the reporter.
??Boiler power," remarked an of?
ficial who was standing near.
The medical officer enlarging on
the figure thus suggested proceed
i<d: -That's it. You see (putting
bis band on bis head) here's the
governor* Here," he continued,
towering his band to his chest, "is
the boiler. The lungs and the
heart are here, and below are the
abdominal organs or viscera. Your
niouth and nostrils are blowers. You
.-hovel iu coal?fake lood?in your
mouth.- It is turned into steam?
Mood?and goes out in every di?
lution, you see, toward the sur
face.. Now the man with a long
lviul v has a great deal of boiler sur?
face."
??Then the man with considera?
ble backbone is stronger than the
one who has hot?''
"Well, that is one circumstance
to be considered with others, of
course. The man with backbone is
apt to have greater power of resist?
ance. He can endure more toil and
can resist disease longer. Why,
there are no men in the war so good
for a long inarch as your duck-teg
ged fellows with long bodies. The
long legged men could not srandit."
-There was a case here not long
ago," continued the officer, '?which
would indicate that a man's back
bone hue; a great deal to do with
Ifi's-geiieral character. An officer,
who was examined for promotion,
was found to be physically, mental?
ly and professionally unfit, and al?
so morally unfit. He was dropped
from the service. When we came
to take his measurement we found
he had the shortest backbone of
any man in the navy who had ever
been examined. He did not have
great physical power of resistance,
you see. When he graduated at
the Naval Academy he stood very
high. When he had to do duty it
is probable that his strength fail?
ed him and be resorted to stimu?
lants. The taking of stimulants
became a habit, and gradually
affected his intellectual powers.
His mind being weakened, bis
morals were soon undermined. All
of this, you see," laughed the offi?
cer, "came, of course, from havlug
a short backbone."
The Work or a Song.
I remember going to the Great
Exhibition in London, in 1862; and
in the Bom an room there was one
particular piece of sculpture which
I liked to see; but it was not easy
to get near it, as there were so
many that wanted to see it. It was
really an American work, that is, it
was done by American fingers,
though it was in the Roman room,
because it was carved in Koine. It
was called?-List, oh, list!"
The story was that a number of
rpd men had made a raid in the
United States, and had burned a
village and tomahawked many a
poor creature, and slain ami quar?
tered more. And then they stole
a little white maid. I need not
tell you how the poor mother's
heart was broken when she had
lost her child; and there was no
day, no month, and no year, but she
win pursuing the question, "Where
can 1 find my lost child?" At last,
after many years had passed, a re?
port reached her, "There is a white
maiden among the red people yon?
der, nearly a thousand miles away."
There was no rail, no road; but off
set the mother, and she went over
prairie and marsh, and moor and
river, and at last, after many a toil
some day, she arrived where the
white maiden was.
She thought, "Ob, that is ny
child!" The face was much alter?
ed; it liad become Indianized. There
was the mark that the child had
come from the white race; but it
was Indianized. Its language was
new, and the maiden had quite for?
gotten her mother. All her love
now was given to tho red squaw of
the woods that had brought her up.
When the mother tried to go near,
The young Woman repulsed her;
and tlie poor heart-broken mother
knew not what to do.
At last, a good thought struck
her. She sat down and began to
sing a sweet lullaby song that she
bad always sung her little one to
sleep with. At first she listened list?
lessly; but in a little while (you
know bow an old tune will fetch up
a thought) the maiden began to
listen, and she stood as if all
her soul had got into her ears
It was in thatattitnde that the sculp?
tor carved her?listening; and the
story went on to say that, after a
little listening, it seemed as if the
lullaby had unlocked thecellsof old
memory, and in a little while that
poor maiden was in her mother's
embrace.
Ah, friends, let the melodious
song of Christ's love aud atone
ineut for your sins speak to your
hearts, awakening in them the
long-forgotten melodies of God's
love! Let your Saviour woo and,
win you back, that there may be
joy in your father's house.?Rev. S.?
Cow ley,
shoumatism,C^euralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache. Headache. Toothacho,
?or*TI?r???.S?clHsm?.*(?>rttlu?. UrtiUua.
Hum*. Ncttlda. Ki?.1 IS1U>?.
IIP lIX OTIIKU UOVIM VMS* AM* AtllES.
.>MI>? lliuiiUmiil l>.?l?r?ov?rv?!arc. My Cwll? Iwlll?
IdrMttamla 11 Uwuim.
THE CHAttUSa A. VOMEfcKH
UIRGINIA:?At a meeting oi the
' Board of Supervisors for the coun?
ty of Accoiuack, April 13th, 1885.
Ordered that in accordance with
the Act of the General Assembly
[of Virginia approved Nov. 18th,
1884 entitled "An Act to permit
the qualified voters of the county
of Accomaek to vote upon the
proposition of a change of location
of the County Seat,7' the qualified
voters of this county be permitted
I on the "fourth Thursday in May
next," to vote, upon the proposition
aforesaid; that those favoring said
change of location shall deposit in
a ballot box prepared specially for]
that purpose a ballot on which shall
be printed or written or partly
printed and portly written, the
words "For removing the County
Seat from its present location to
the lands owned by the heirs of
Harry White, deceased at a point
where the New York, Philadelphia
& Norfolk Railroad passes;" and.
that those opposed to said change
of location, shall deposit in said
ballot box a ballot on which shall
be printed or written, or partly
printed and partly written the
words "Against removing the
' County Seat from its present loca?
tion at the village of Drnmmond
town." And it is further ordered
that the clerk of this Board do
make all necessary arrangements
for holding the election afore
taul, including preparing ballot!
boxes, ballots and poll books. And
it is further ordered that this order
be inserted iu the newspapers of
this county and remain therein till
after the said election shall havo
been held as aforesaid.
A Copy. Test. Wm.Ii.B.CUSTIS, I
C. B. S.
Has been successfully substituted by
BATJGH'S
New Process
lOper Cent. Guanoi
Bicker Than Peruvian Guam,
Guaranteed to contain
10 lo 11 Per Ct. of Ammonia,
20 to 22 Per Ct. of Bone rhosphatc. |
Exclusively from animal bot
and 4 to 5 Per Cent, Actual Potash K.O.
This article has to a great extent
taken the place of "Peruvian Guano, it
not only contains the necessary ele?
ments fur the growing crops, but will
improve the soil, and the effects can
readily be seen upon succeeding crops.
We make a specialty of Pure Fine
Ground Raw Bone Meal and Pure Dis
I solved Raw Bones, and can furnish
Warranted Uenuine Articles tt Lower
Prices than any other hous? in tlie trade.
Address all orders or inquiries to
B A UGH & SONS,
20 S. Delaware Ave., Phila., Pa.
103 South street, Balto., Md.
or Higgins' Wharf,Norfolk^Va.
O. D. DOUGUTV. T?0MA8 WARD ]
Doughty & Ward,
^iccomac county, Va.
?DEALERS IN?
-AND?
Fine Cigars.
Josiah T. Jones,
2G W. MARKET SQUARE,
Norfolk, Va.
General Auctioneer,
And Dealers in
New and Semi-Hand Goods,
Has agents in all northern cities, buy?
ing at Pawnbrokers' and Assignee's
sales, and can sell cheaper than any linn
in Tidewater Virginia.
Sales made daily, at public auction, in |
city of Norfolk and at Eastville
and Druunnondtown
every county
court dav.
Livery Stables,
A. J. WEARS, Prop.,
KELLER STATION,
Accomac county, Va.,
Horses cared for and fed, aud pas?
sengers conveyed to any
part of the Peuiu
snla at
Reasonable rates.
ESTABLISHED 1856.
C. IL Register,
with
George W. Judd,
General
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
In Fruits and Produce of sill kinds,
Poultry, Oiiine, elc.
Sweet Potatoes a Specialty.
145 WEST STREET,
Near Washington Market. New York.
Any information in reference to market
cheerfully given when asked for
Reference: North River Rank
JACOB'S HOTEL,
BELLE HAVKN, VA.,
George W. Jacob, propt.
Board 81.50 per day. Rates by
week or month moderate.
Livery stables of Jacob & Bro ,
attached, and passengers
conveyed to any part
?f Peninsula a*. .
Low Rates.
Hacks connect with trains at Ex
more station.
-ESTABLISHED 1857.
Silverthorn & Co.,
?Wholesale
Produce
"Commission Merchants,
303 S. Front and
302 S. Water Sts.
Philadelphia.
L. 5. nooou-i ;w. r. waters
Boggs & Waters,
[SUCC*4?.ni of J. C Bogga k Co.,)'.
Nandua,
Accomac county, Va.,
? dealers in ?
Gcner.il Merchandise,
Peruvian Guano,
Refuse Salt,
and other Fertilizers, Glass, &c.
Produce taken in exchange for
goods.
E. G. Polk & Co.,
Merchant Tailors ani Clothiers,
PCOOMOKE CITY. MD.
"\Ve i ivite the citizens of this and ad
joiuin- counties to visit our stoae, and
save time and money by purchasing
their Ready-Made Clothing,, Roots and
Shoes, Hat's and Caps, Gents* Furnish?
ing Goods, our stock is full in all of the
above lines.
"Inspection is courted.
Competition defied."
j E. G. Polk will visit 1)1-111111110?!^''
every County Court with a full and
choice line of samples of Worsted and
I Fancy Suitings.
All orders promptly filled and satisfac
i tionguaranteed.
Witster schedule. j*wp=>?
the ?^gggfet
Eastern Shore Steamboat Company
OF BALTIMORE,
Onan'l nfter Nnndny, Kot. 30th,
(Saturday excepted) will run their .Stimmern, ft*
follows, leaving South Streot Wharf at ?.OOo'clock
p. m.
Steamer EASTERN SHORE,
CAPT. G. A. RAYNOlt.
Sunday for Orlsfleld. Hoffman's, Evans', Boggs',
Read's, Davis" Miles', Shields', Uuiigar's and
Taylor,?. KKurnlng?Leave. Taylor's o*ery
Tuend?? ?* ? a. in., touching altheabovo
landings including Boggsvllle, at the usual
nours.
Wednesday for Crlsfleld, Tangier Island, Boggs
Tllle, Hoffman's, Evan's Boggs', Gullfnrd and
HuntinK Crook. Returning?Loavo Hunting
Creek every Friday at 7.30 A. M., Gullford 11.00,
Bougsvlllo 13 Noon, and the other landings al
tho usual hours.
Steamer TAXGIER,
CAPT. S. II. WILSON,
Tuesday and Friday forCrlsfleld, Flnnoy's,
Onancoe.k, Vitts' Wharf, Cedar Hall, Holioboth.
Pocomoke City and Snow Bill,
iloturulnc -Leave Snow Hill every Monday and
Thursday at 6 a. m., touching al tho abovo land?
ings at tho usual hours
r??All Steamers leave Crlafleld for Baltl
tv more, on 'arrival of last down train.
Freight and pa^sen^er? received for all point*
on the N. Y., Phlln. and Norfolk, Wlcomlco and
Pocomoko, and Delaware, Maryland and Vir?
ginia Railroads.
Positively no freight reeolvod after 8 p, m.
and must ho prepaid to all points, excopi
on tho N.T. Phlla, and Norfolk Railroad.
P. R. CLARK, General Agent,
105 South Street, Baltimore.
^fewixoods! "Cljeap Goods!
West & Willis,
BELL HAVEN,
Accomac county, Va.
Offer to the public New Goods in
Great variety and at bottom prices
at their place of business. Their
stock is being constantly replen?
ished, and the discounts saved by
buying for cash, placed to the cred?
it of purchasers.
COME ONE, CCME ALL, and
save money by buying of us at reduced
rates offered to you.
Dry Goofls, Uress Goo?s, Hardware
Ckockery, Notions, Groceries
Anything and everything kept at
a country store, for sale by us at
prices and quality to suit.
Robt. Reid, W. II. Pauker,
Phila, Pa. Accoinack Co, Va,
Reid & Parker,
commission merchants in
early fruits, vegetablts oysters
clams, terrapins, wild fowl,
eggs. poultry,
All kinds of
Country Produce,
8. W. Cor. 18th & Montrose Sts.,
Philadelphia.
ifMiippiag Letters,
K&P
Wo solicit a trial for our goods,
and guarantee lull satisfaction.
YOUNG, KIALMELL & DIG GS
,'12, \Y. Baltimore, Street.
Parker Wills,
:
Representingtlie Goods of the
OF NORFOLK, VA.
OFFICE* -5? Main Street;
FACTORY A- n'I.AUVES--BerkleV, Ya.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fertilizers,
Healers in Chemicals, ni
Importers of Penman Ml
?OFFICERS?
Waller F. Irvine (of Va.l President
.1. W. I'eirv (of N.C.) Vice-President
Rasselt A Msirsden (of Va.) Treasurer
Frank K. Wilcox (of N. C ) Secretary
It. I'y. Saimders (of N. C), Manage! A
Superintendent at Factory.
II. ILGaiucs (of Va) Chemist
Special Brands for Crops
of Virginia.
Bone and Peruvian,
This is Fine fur Sweet Potatoes, Grain
and Trucks ol all kind.''.
(Nine Gold .Medals Awarded this Brand)
Excelsior Potato Cuano
Prepared Expressly for Potato Crop.
Excelsior Peanut Cuano
Unrivalled in Results on this Crop.
UP8IJ?R GUANO CO.,
Nor foil;, Vet.
G. B. PARSONS,
WACH A PRE AGUE CITY,
(Powelton)
Accomac.'county, Va.,
MASTFR BUILDER & CONTRACTOR,
Offers his services'to the public and is
prepared to build houses of every kind ami
description hy the day or contract. AT
ANY FOIN'T ON THE EASTERN
SMOKE. '-Plans and Specifications
furnished when desired at reasonable
rates."
He can eive best of references and
will furnish security, wk?n necessary.
Board and Lodging at Moderate Rates
Thomas S. Byrd,
MAP PS VI.LLE,
Accomac county, Va.,
Respectfully informs the traveling pub
lie that he is prepared to furnish board
and lodging by the day. week, or month
at moderate rates. Livery stables at?
tached and passengers conveyed to any
part of the Peninsula with comfort and
dispatch.
David B. Taylor & Co.,
Successors to Taylor, Chadwick & Co.,?
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IV
.No. 2(5 South Howard Street,
BALTIMORE
J. B. BRICKIIOUSE,
LIYERY, SALE Affl
EXCHANGE STABLES
Horses, Buggies and Hoisting Horses
Constantly on Hand FOR HIRE,
Can be Obtained at An" rlour.
Horses Taken at Livery by the Day
or Month. Stock of All Kinds
Sold on Commission.
Cor. Union & Nebraska Sts.,
Norfolk, Va.
Robert Gonoon, Gcn'l Partner. Read Gordon, Spe'l Partner to Jan. 1,1885
THOMAS PETTIT,
WITH
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND JOBBERS IN
of
ww
1mm
34-S Washington Street, J^cw York,
and Franklin 'City, ^Iccomac Ho., Va.
Um?i^BO^ONG CO,
-BOTTLERS OF
FOR SHIPPING.
I A. R- DEALBA, Proprietor g BALTIMORE.
EPSOLE A GETS FOR TFIE CELEBRATED BUDWETS BEER.
b. h. andrews & co.,
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
In Early Fruits, Vegetables, Oysters, Terrapins, Wild Fowl and all kinds
185 Chambers St., - NEW YORK.
SHIPPING No. 122.
1mii a.
(?uccEsaon xoj
HATCH & CHANDLER.
GX$m.$l 'COMMISSION MM'CHMT,
I'll READE STREET, NEW YORK.
Fruitt Produce; Oysters, TerrapintGamet &q<
Consignments solicited, und prompt returns guaranteed. Parties requesting I
purchases will be attended to promptly.
Reference?Hard & Parsons, 12G and 128 Duane St.. N. Y.; Geo. B. Hard <S
Co., 75) Beekinan St., N. V.; T. JJ. C. Gibb, Franklin City, Va., and W. J
(iibb, Horntown, Va., ex-Governor J. JS. Broom, late of Florida; Gen. John
Scott, late of Ocala, Florida; 0. A. Browne, Accomac county.
SHIPPING NO. 175.
INCORPORATED 1S32.
Virginia Fire and Marine Ins. Co.
Of RICHMOND, Va.
ASSETS.$b5 7,000 00
liNSURES AGAINST FIRE AND LIGHTNING.
n.\lf a Centura in successful operation. Has paid hundreds of
thousands for losses in this State, and over three millions altogether.
All kinds of Farm Property taken at lowest cnrrent rates.
Wm. H. McCarthy, Secretary. W. L. COWARMN, Prest.
A. FRANK BYRD, General Agent for Eastern Shore of Vir?
ginia. Ollice: Temperanceville, Va.
?. a. iiei
8 W. Market Street,
NORFOLK, VA.
DEALERS IN
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Window ^Glass, "Paints and "Cits,
Window and Door Frames, Patent corner blocks, Stair rails, Balusters. Newells,
Jfl Full line of jBuilders ^Hardware, SfC.
All goods received direct from factory. Any Eastern prices duplicated
Manufacturers of
and Dealers in
TINWARE,
Stoves, &c,
Have removed their oflice to
No. 24 Nivision Street,
Norfolk, Va.
While their store is being rebuilt.
J. S. JOHNSON &CO.
Manufacturers of
Twines and Netting.
Importers of awl Manufacturers
and Wholesale dealers in
Gilling Thread, Fishing Tackle, Wood
en Ware, Brooms. Brushes,
Baskets, etc, etc.
All descriptions of
Nets and Seines Made to order
61 SOUTH STREET, (near Tratt),
BALTIMORE, Md.
BULL RUN.
Accomac county, Va.
dealers ITS
Tine Jjiquors and "Cigars,
Will open out next month, a select
stock of
General Merchandise!
TO THE FARMERS OF ACCO
MAC AND NORTHAMPTON.
I AGAIN OFFER FOR SALE
The Deere Walking Cultivator, The
Deeie Ruling Cultivator, Check row
Planter, and latest improved Potato
Digger.
Sixty acres of land can be worked
yearly with each cultivator, and corn can
be cultivated with it until it 6 feet high.
Twenty acres of corn can be planted
with the Planter per day without laying
out a furrow either way.
The Pota:o Digger is warranted to do
the work well.
The cultivator is now used by 200
farrneis on the Eastern Shore, any of
whom are offered as referei.ee.
Either of the labor savin?; implements
will be delivered at any station on Per -
iusula. Terms one-third cash.
J will bo at Drummondtown the first,
day of every county court. For further
particulars, address,
W. T. GARRETT,
AYER'S
Ague Cure
IS "WARRANTED to cure all cases of ma?
larial disease, such as Fevor ami Ague, Inter?
mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fover,
Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and I.iTcr Com?
plaint. In case of failure, after due trial,
dealers are authorized, by our circular ol
July 1st, to refitn<l the money.
Dr. J. C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all DruggiaL?.
GUANO
T
arj3E^Mn-im-.i[jrnir<ifinrr ? t?Oua111 ?1 ? 1MB
(Registered in Virginia)
IMPORTED AND MANIPULATED BY
P&WB&&, [email protected]&B
Hoffman's wharf, Accomac Co.,Va.
This Guano is rich in Ammonia Phosphoric acid, commonly called plant
food, and Potash: and is especially adapted to the growth of
Peas, Onions, Irish ana Sweet Potatoes
and all other truck requiring a large amount of ammonia t o force them to early
maturity. When used on Corn, the fanners say that the extra fodder will about pay
the cost of the Gnano to say nothing of the gain in the quantity and quality of the
ears. It has stood the severest practical tests In thisand adjoining counties for the
past two Seasons by the side of Peruvian Guano and other high gradefertilizers,
notwithstanding the drouth of lust season, it gave wonderful satisfaction in al?
most every intance, as the following testimonials from men of known standing
will show. -
Hoffman's Wharf, Accomack County, Va., Oct. 27.
Powell. Morse & Co.
Gentlemen?I used your Virginius Guano the past seasons and I take pleasure
in recommending it" to farmers. I used it on peas and sweet potatoes.
On pens 1 put it side by side of Peruvian and they were picked at same time as
those that had Peruvian under them, but those raised from Virginias! were bet?
ter fillcd.thc vines did not burn as quick and could get one more picking from them
after the other were dried up. I consider it just the thing for the above crop.
The potatoes I raised were as line as any 1 ever saw, and the yield was increas?
ed very much. Shall use it again next season. lt. 11. HUTCHISON.
Powellton, Va., Jan. 5, 1885.
Messrs. Powell. Morse & Co.
Gentlemen?I wish to inform you that 1 gave your Virginius Gnano a fair
trial the past season, side by side with Peruvian Guano, both on round and sweet
potatoes, and I can assure you that I will hereafter use nothing but your fertilizer,
if it can he had. It holds better in dry weather than Peruvian Guano.
Jas. VV. Edmonds
Grangeville, Accomack Co., Va., Jan 1 1885.
Messrs Powell. Morse & Co.
Dear Sirs?My.experience with the Virginius Guano last year, especially on
sweet potatoes, was a very profitable one. It gave me more satisfaction than any
other fertilizer used. I have to regret not using it more extensively which, with
your permission, 1 shall endeavor this year. Yours respectfully, J. E. Mapp
Willow Cottage, Va, Dec,10, 1884.
Messrs. Powell, Morse & Co.
Gentlemen? I have used your Virginius Guano for the last two years by the
side of Peruvian Guano and other fertilizers, and am perfectly satisfied it is the
best fertilizer on the market for all early trucks and corn. I don't think the world
can beat it. shall use it in the future for all crops on the farm and the garden, in pre?
ference to all other commercial manures. William T Mason.
Read's wharf, Northampton Co., Va., Dec,24,1884.
Messrs. Powell. Morse & Co.
Gentlemcu-We arc glad to have a chancejto recommend what we consider the
best Guano now on this market, as far as we have tested it. We have used your
Virginius Gnano this year on new sweet potato laud, and the result was very"sat?
isfactory. We regard it as being equal to Peruvian Guano, and better than any
Phosphate we ever used, and we tried two othar brands this year. We want to use
Virginius the coming season George II Read
Locustville, Accomac Co, Va, Dec, 28,1884.
Messrs Powell, Morse & Co.
Gentlemen? ] have used your Viiginus Guano on Sweet Potaoes, and think
it the best fertilizer I ever used on' that crop. I consider it better tham Peruvian
Guano, as it did better for me. I expect to use it next year. W Fisher Mears.
Farmers Try It.
For Sale at tlx* works and by the following Agents.
Hopkins & 13ro, Onancock, Va. | Hopkins ?ro, & Co. Hunting Creek, Va.
Geo W Powell & Co., 41
Walter D Lewis, "
Powell & Garrison, Wachapreagtie,
Finney &Co., Finney's Wharf,
A. F. Mears' Guilfoid,
Hoggs & Waters.Hoggsville,
Leonard J. Nottingham, Northampton countv. va.
J C Justis & Co., " 14 '
Hroughton k Matthdws, Temperance
ville.
WJltne, Bell Haven.
Shield Hro, Shield's Wharf,
S. B. Snead,
WITH
CALM CHESNUT & CO,,
WHOLESALE
GROCERS.
-: :-AND DEALERS IN-::
South & Pratt Sts.
BALTIMORE, MD.
C1
EMETERY WORK.
Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets,
Of Now aurl Beautiful Dculgns Ii. arliln and
Qr&elto.
Gaddess Bros.
No. 21 N. Charles St.,
above Fayette Street, anu
110 South Charles Street,
BALTIMORE, ML.
TO TRUCKERS.
**nSv* *S ****** fi&S&b
L** V E G E T" A T O B" *wi
1 BALTIMORE
************
Weofftr yna the " UCPCTlTflD " ln fln?
?onditlon for tin* fC?CIAIUil and dry
SPRING'S as*. It Im? always given general satls
faction where applied to
Early Track, Vegetables, Potatoes, Cora, k
We ante a trial, fide by slde with Peruvian
Clnnno. It Hoes a* well and coits /?/perton. :|
Our customer* say tliat It pays better to Invest
36 Sollars In i ton of "Vegetator" than to
expend a similar amount for fertilizers at a lower
?rice per ion, thiM allowing the "VEUETATOB"
to be the cheapest.
for circulars and Information apply to
MILLER, LIPPINCOTT & CO.,
(Successors to W. Whltloek & Co.)
Vo. 44 South St., Baltimore, 3W
Price $36 per ton of 2,000 lbs,
(Sew bags 167 fts. eaeh.)
B. SOME RS,
with
s.
L. Greif & Bro.,
MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Nos. 10 and 12 Hanover St.,
Baltimoee.
<?TMake a specialty of Fine 6oods4
BY JOSEPH FRIED 3 ERG ER
GEN."WAYNE
Horso rwrxl < .arri-isre Iiaxar,
Cor. Baltimore and Paca Sts.
?Horses, Mules,!
I Wagons, Car*
UCTIONiriages. Top andlAUCTION
? iNo-Top Bug-! ?
SALES, igies, Harness,! SALES,
Tuesday, j*c. Note.-The ?
Thursday, ilargcstconsign-j Tuesday,
Friday, jirient of horses] Thursday
Saturday, land nudes onj Friday.
? jhand at private! Saturday,
lOo'clock. [sale to be found ?
?in Baltimore.!
Joseph Friedberger, Auct'r
tgTParties having stock for'sale or in
want of stock would do well to call at
the Gen. Wayne Stables, cor. Baltimore
and Paca streets. All stock warranted
as represented or money refunded.
Ckincoteague Island, Va.
Offers his services to the public aBd
guarantees:
1 Good-fitting sails?and, if a misft
should be made, to alter it free of charge.
2 Will lill all orders promptly und
without cost of transportation to any
part of the Eastern Shore. ,
3 Will do his work as cheaply a* it
can be done in the city.
Any reference desired will be given its
to workmanship, ?!cc.
Diagram for measuring sails forward
en on application.
Material for sails furnished bv him
F. W. BYRD,
with
Jas. Myer & Co.,
WHOLESALE
GROCERS
and dealers in
Tobacco, Cigars and Pipes
39 CHEAPSIDE,
Baltimore
Wm. A. Craves,
Steam Sectional Marine Railway
Ship Building, Spar Making
AND CAULKING, MOP ELS AND
DRAWINGS OF ALL CLASS?
ES OF VESSELS FUR?
NISHED.
209 to 223 Water St.,
Norfolk, Va.
SAW AND PLANING MILLS,
Turning, Scroll Sawing,
Mouldings, jB rackets,
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
and all kinds of
MADE TO ORDER.

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