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LEONARDTOWN, MD. Thursday Morning, Feb. 27th, 1902. THE WEEK. Prince Henry, of Prussia, is now in Washington and the great Ameri can city and suburban public seem to have gone wild over His Royal Highness. * * • * Governor Smith, Monday last sign ed the death warrant of Mary E. Jackson, charged with poisoning her husband, and fixing the execu tion for Friday, April 25. * * * The Anne Arundel Democratic Committee has sued out a writ of mandamus to compel Governor Smi I h to appoint someone else as Super visor of Elections in place of Mr. Robert Moss, who. they say. was not recommended by the committee. * ♦ * In Legislative circles tiie past week lias been an unusually exciting one. In the Maryland Legislature Messrs. Painter, of Baltimore coun ty and Straus, of Baltimore City, have gone from words to blows. In the IT, S. Senate, Senators Till man and McLaurin, of South Caro lina, “fit” on the floor of that august chamber and Monday last in the same presence, “onr own Welling ton” said to "our own McComas.' “If my colleague will at any timeout side of this chamber say that what I have said is not correct, then I will tell him what I must not say now in this chamber because of Senatorial dignity and because of parliamentary law that lie uttered a cowardly and malicious falsehood. Judge McComas up to our latest re jairts had not whipped Wellington, but in the vernacular, was just “chewing the rag. Our Washington Letter. Washington. Feb 17, 1902. The past week in Congress lias witnessed a tedious iteration and re iteration of republican misgovern ment as applied to the affairs of tin United States and Ha "itosscssions Beginning with the tyrannical rul<- which was adopted by the repnbl; mil majority in the House of Repre seutatives and which effectually pre vented the amendment of the bill abolishing the war taxes, and end lug with tiie admission of Governor Taft that the newspapers of the r r ' -•* - “ I ■*. the right of free speech and that their editors would he liable to the law promulgated by the Commission of which he is the head, if they were to publish any article favorable to the Philippine Independence, the week in Washington has borne sad testimony of tiie extent to which the government, under republican ad ministration has departed from tin great principles of liberty and (In spirit of tin' constitution. Not only arc tire newspapers of the Philippines muzzled, but so also are those of the United States. Sen ator Lodge has seen (it to exclude from the rooms of tiie Philippine Committee, before which Governor Taft is testifying, all newspaper representatives except those of tin three principal press associations. In admitting the latter he appreci ates that he is safe from adverse criticism as they all serve many re publican as well as democratic pa pers and, therefore, dan- not report many facts which would offend re publican editors, as to do so would be "to run counter to the Business Office”. This week in tiie Senate has been devoted to the consideration of the Philippine revenue bill which comes to a vote this afternoon. Many and severe have been the charges made by the democratic senators but all have been met with a style of orato ry on the republican side, at times as irridescent as the sparkle of champagne, and quite as lasting. That the bill will be passed goes without saying. The ratification of the treaty with Denmark, by which the Danish West Judes are ceded to to the United .States, was accotn plished without opposition as was also the passage of the bill provid ing for a permanent census. The House of Representatives, up parently appalled by its own work in passing the war tax repeal bill without a word of debate, has work ed throughout the week in a semi lethargic state although the leaders have succeeded in passing the In dian Affairs bill and a number of private claims bills. The dull mo notony which has pervaded the chamber was stirred for a brief pe riod on one occasion when Mr. Bur leson of Texas, availing himself o' the latitude which the Speaker had seen fit to accord the republican members, drew a graphic compari son between Theocore Roosevelt Vice-President- and Theodore Roos evelt President. Quoting from Mr. Roosevelt’s Minneapolis speech in which he said “The vast individua and corporate fortunes, the vast combinations of capitol which have marked the development of our in dustrial system create new condi tions and necessitate a change from the old attitude of state and nation toward property Mr. Burleson pro ceeded to contrast the utterance of the President, in regard to the trusts in his message to Congress and de plored the environment and educa tion which had lend “the strenuous one” away from the path of duty and had rendered him deaf to the appeals of the vast number of the people whoare today suffering injus tice at the hands of the trusts. “What an edifying exa nple of harmony my republicans brethren are present! ig to the country”, said Mr. Swanson of Virginia, when I asked him',of tiie prospects of the Ways ami Means Committee report ing abill favorable to Cuba, “There is every liklihood” continued Mr. Swanson, "that they will determine u|>on some feeble measure but what they do is of little importance as the President will control 1 enough votes in the Senate to secure the amend ment to the bill along such lines as he may desire.” Mr. Swanson re fused to say what would be the atti tude of the democrats if the republi cans were divided as to the best measure to adopt and no democratic member of the Committee would ex press an opinion based upon the supposition. The fact that such men as Pay no, Grosvenor, Baited, and Ing have yielded to the view, of the President against their own judgement is suffl'-ient evidence of the influence Mr. Roosevelt posses ses when he cares to exert it The fact that Mr Roosevelt has seen fit to confer a commission as lieutenant of artillery on the* son of Senator Mitchell whose amendment to the Philippine' Bill scented likely to make tu> ihle and that, lie fore Senator Piatt, of Connecticut, choir man of the Committee on Cuban Re lotions, expressed hii s"lf as favor a ile to Cuban reciprocity, Ids son received an appointment as United States Judge, is regained a ■ sigidf icant that t ie Presid oil does not hesitate to make fi tend * in Congress byway of aopoin ing power. Not withstanding Set at or Mitchell in formed me, some tune ago. that u li’ty j r een reduction of the Ding ley tar IT rates on lnipo”ts from the Philippines was absolutely essen till to the Welfa'e of the Pacific Coast, be ha- refrained front making a ly vigorous eff< rt to see ire the inloptn n of I is ani mdnieiit and tie views which S.‘iia'or P ill lias made public on th - CuUm mat tor are en lirely eontr.try to what bed tven expist',l of him and are in ful i accord with lie Me e < pres tsl liy the Presl Early Spring Stylet A large and pretty assortment of Embroi'lery. lore', (kittons, Madras, \Nuist flannels, Ittliss (.nods. Shoes etc., at L. A Jones \ Son, mia). At the residence of tier daughter, Mrs .1 <; Saunders. Washington, DC, on Feb. 1 1.H12 Mrs SARAH .1 RUSSELL, aged Ha years May sh ri'st in Peace! He* Advertlsenx'nts. -- HAY - r>rime Tliuotiiv * 1 a lon at • linstiwood, or delivered at any wharf by Potomac river Ikmls for ♦ If. a ton. Send cash or cheek with your or der Address J W. RENEHAN, I'eli 27 tn Mlleslown, Md. I KATIFICATION NOTICE, fi. flan is . dmlkliH', VM. A.GHtion tiiul KUn A OnMon. In hu iMrciil! Court for Sr. Mar > V cotmiy. ll How t* Con !of Pajulty. No. Wft9 K. K Ontr-rcd rhl sWl.h tlay *>f r-hnmrv. IWtt, Hint the Auditor’ll Iterant. h the altov** cnont*. Ikt rut liter) and confirmed mile** CHUUe to I he tvm trarv hr* Mmwn on nr x*for' fhe 4tfi Mondu) of March. IRltt. |<rovld tl h rrfpv ol thU oixlr r fw* ptlhllidied til fltr* St. Mury’s 111: acon once u wrek for utt*ce(4iive wetkt prt< rto(he nulrl 4(ti Moiiduv of Mtirrdi. I'.mi BNom n. AUKKaL, CU rk. Trim copy Ti nt BNOrif 11. Ailßlilq Clerk. Keb T, 4U TREASURER’S NOTICE. To Taxpayers. T will visit the several Districts in tin county for the purpose of collecting Slate ami County taxes for the year IDO* in the month of March s required l*y the Treasurer law, begtnningin the flth DlstHet, m Hlllvllle. Monday, March 10; Sth " Jarttoedvillu, Tuts*day. March II; Ist " Bt, In I bo’s, Wednestlay. " 10; and •• Valley gee, Thursday, " 18: Bth dlB. Pr OcoryoV Island, Friday, •* 14; 7th " Mllestowi), Saturday, “ 15. ftth dU. Meotmnle.svtlle, Wednesday, “ 10: 4th “ Chapllco, Thursday, “ 00; The Treasurer's Office will he open at Leonardtown on every "working day in the week. ” J MARSHALL DENT. Oo Treas for St Mary’s Co. Feb. 87, IW'S. I- We pn.mptly obtain U. B. and Sorclgii^^' i 1 Bond model, sketch or photo ol Invention for f tree rejort on patentability. For tree book, 11 <’ How to SecureTß IHF IIHDIfO write' 1 ? ratemsani^niAUt^ Out-Pensioners. Office erf County Commissioners > Leonard town Feb. 18, ISX'2. ( I Notice is hereby given, That the County Commissioners of St. Mary’s county will meet on TUESDAY, March 18,1902, to strike the names of all Out-Pen sionsrs from the Pension List of said county, for the purpose of re vising and correcting said list. Names of worthy and deserving per sons will he reinstated on said list upon the tiling of a petition signed by at least three taxpayers By order, USVLTiCU It. DOHrtEY, Clerk. Feb. 20, 'O2 -td. Transfers & Abatements. Tiie County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County will meet at their office in Leonardtown on MONDAY and TUESDAY, March 17 and 18, 1002, for the purp<se of making TRANSFERS and ABATEMENTS All applications for abatements must be made under oath or afflrnm tlon requiring parties applying l<> give in to the Commissioners all property they may possess of every kind that is assessable and not to them assessed. Persons who do not avail them selves of this notice cannot haveany abatements on their tax hills when presented by the County Treasurer By order of the Board ‘ JOHN (, H LILBURN. President. 'A-A+r4-W-Hi r 4 e TjtKfrV, w ft-i) Clerk. Feb 20 , 02 td. Notice* to Taxpayer**, MARCH COURT will soon he her<- The, School Board wa its money and you are requested to settle your IDO I taxes at once, or I will have to call on you Pay your uu< s and save extra cost J MARSHALL DENT, County Treasurer Jan 23 02 2m Special Notice. Yon will save your money by buying your goods from Mrs. C. 03TZEMAN. Leonardtown, 2€d., where you will find a full line of the newest aliades and slu&jies of dress goods and hats and all the novelties of tiie season on saie as soon as out. Also, Uiblsins, Vel vets, Milks. Flowers, KeUtli ers, Ornaments, Millinery and White Goutis, lzt*es. Veiling, Embroideries, Lin ens, 1 landkerehiefs, Hosie ry. Underwear. Notions,eu*. All an- invited to cal! at i i>S I Mill \N >, opposite the old race truck, Ijeunard town, Md < K-t 24 If. Notice to Creditors. Orphans’ Court •>! Hi Mary’* vtniaty, J* H 14. IMM, Hcl : Url r! tit lh> Court llmi *HAH AM M h|| \IK. fCf*r*■!• r of J Mll.Mil. Itto of Mi Mar) '* f'fiiil*. Mart lml. iv lb* niilJ v hy taw in Hi* **!' cr*lHor trtfvhiMt ilfr > <1 tUnt tbh mile Imp pul'lUli**! Muw n ww-li fur ill u< (M’walrf hum lht*Hl M*r> KIACdM. r.al : I*lll Ml* 1 iltrat.KH. Hnftitrrof >Villa fr hi. Maryscounty. NllTliK. In purftuaiuM* of Mn- bim I har*t*y i afltD noticti (hat I have olil!ins| Inmi the Orphaita' Omirt <<f HI, Murj'i nmnt), Mart- J Imid, I*tt4*r uwlaiurutary on llr pcraotiai | ***• of JAM KB SHADE. )at< of M county. 'lf All t*< raon* hat tnt i*lNl(n ; eirfHinaf Chf MU* I 'lhmmanl *ro lr-riby no. till*” I to exhibit llu- untiif. with l Ik* prttfN'i TiMiuhcra attach*<J thereto to do ni'xiurlUff. 1 on or before the l*th day of July, I '*V. th ?> j will other*ta< bv law I*- excluded from the j (M*nr f)ta of at(i| •staff All | rooiml.lHtd to j th <)#Nama*Hl mrtt rvquiatod (o umke ilamNli* ! atf pay ffifiit to the ujlaeribcr. OKA MAM M Ml AIHS. Jan I* 4w| Kirn tifor. DENTISTRY. | ! Very beat act* teeth ♦."> no fluid Crown*. 88k 4 on Hold Fillings 1 no dtlver “ .VI I’tvot teeth g (M> bridge work per tooth 4 no Extruding teeth with amt-stlietn ,25 1 will lie in my office at Mechanic, villo tiie THIRD Wedueaday of eve ry month, and will visit pa rile" at their homes upon notification L K I* AVNE, May 17—tf, l.eooardtown. Mil BLACKSMITHING. ! wish to inform my put runs and the general public that after the Ist 1 of January, 158)2, 1 cun be found in \ my shop at Mi ft Stone All work i in my line will receive prompt at ten tlon Special ultonlion paid to | horseshoeing, painting and oyster j tong making, Huns, pistols and all kinds of machinery repaired Terms cash ADAM T. WHILE Jan 2 -3mf Farms Wanted, % We have customers who want to buy farms in Southern Maryland. What have you to offer in the way of timber land, properties on salt water or in the interior ? If you want to sell write ns. SOULE A CO., Agents for Southern Md. Farms, Jan 2 3m, Washington, D. C. For Sale or Rent. SMALL farm immediately on the Potomac near the mouth of Britton’s Bay. Possession given at once. JOSEPH T. BOUGH, Beauvue, Md’. Jan. 30, 'O2 Im, FOR RENT. I TWKNTY AtIHKS of good land lor cultlva- c tlon on whluh I, all u,ten a good tenant Imuan ; with four room,, near the village of Charlotte i MBit. For further particular,. addran I Mil. E. T. IIHISCOE, Oeo. fr—lon’ Hall Charlotte Read; To Help H; Customers With Low Prices. Granulated Sugar, per !b„ 5o; Levering’* cof fee, |>er package lOo; the Iteaf green coffee, lie nerlb: Ginger Snap*. 5o lb, Nice Family Flour, 134 anil *sc per bag; per barrel. $iU: Washing soda, T lbs. 10c; Bread Soda. 4 lbs, 10c; a large bar soap. 7 for i'xs; JtlA, KINDS Of-ImCOS Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic, llfto. Coal OH. ISO test. Die i>r gallon; S gallon lots. 60c; Orcen Tea, No. I, Ode lb; French Candy, 4 lbs, 25c; 8 paper of pins for sc; 5 boxes soaoine for 10c. I HAVK A 810 LOT OF KEAOY-MADS CLOTHING CHEAPER THAN EVER. Heavy Winter Fantsfor Men and Youths, 6Sc. Uixxl Sunday Facts, all wool, $1.35. Child ren’s knee pants from 15c and up. Men’s No. 1 Fanis, all Wool with a fine stripe. Is really worth |3.SO; my price only $3,*S. Cotton pants for men, 4.1 c. MEN’S SIT ITU. A good suit In black melton, $1,114. Black Suits, all wool, for men, Is really worth $7/4); my price Is $4 75. A nice striped suit. $4..V1. Gentlemen’s Sails, real handsome with* fine stripe. $7 SO; Is really worth sl3 SO. Men’s Clay Black Suits for Is really worth SW. The Ilf-ill on neither7pf Black Suits for $0.25; is worth sls. Youths’ Suits from $1 up to $5. Children’s Suits, all sixes, Irom SOo up to $4.00. Men’s Overcoats, ill colors, from $3 45 up to $10.50, A nloeOvercoat, heavy, all wool, $3. Ladies' Costs, all wool. long. 1' colors, sl.lß. Ladies’ Capes, plush, fran 1.60, LUO, 8.U4-the lltresl In Southern Maryland—they are worth for any one to etnne and take. Igtok at the Ladles' Hats for fall and winter. Very cheap; 86units and up. ftlhbons,alleol ors, as low as 34c a yard. Ladles' Skirts, all ready-made, all colors, as low as (Wo. worth $1.30, 4XHIL WBATHI.It IS COM ISO. I have s large supply of shoe* with low prices. Men’s coarse slews, guild leather, guarantee.), tor $1 10. No, 1. Klondike sle-. 75c. Is really worth SLAO A . luatiair grade T.’ss. Men’s Hue shoes wic. 1.16. I A Oat. *.50. :I.UO for hand made. Men’s russet shoos from 1.10 to 3.110, Boys’ coarse *■<<• from 75cand up Babies tth-w* from ISe and up. A beautiful lice of Ladies' One shoes. Ladies' dongols ahiars, S; Ist .g last'ra. solid leath er. guaranteed, 1.45 The Lttierly Hell, the tiet wearing aloe, for L7. Lower grade Hon shoes for ladle*. 75c. Mlsws fine sn.sst troni Vks. .'So. 1 07, IJtfc, 1.50. Children's flue shoe* us low as oic. Children’s oil grain, lor wt.-ter wir. H*C, 4.’aj, ftp, TTni, Wo rt,,ag Proof (Us.la tor tu n. 4,h. Boys’ sta! 1 Intola, 3 34. Ladles’ Gudi Ihsil*. 1 ,Ss Hoys liooia very cheap; aa low sa 1 it) L,<s<■*' Billion Over (*hoet aa low as ific (ssr pair, f’torui .shoes tor men and la dles icry cheap Just inane and look al the bargains; Hip. .ting A Cold winter, blankets per pair, *Sc. >so. *le. l/w. is ready worth 8.75. Cato forts, a. tv Women’s Flan U r eiioes 6Ac per pair. NOW TO K KKI oL’K-iKLVL-i WARM. Heal g. isl nod- ishtrla. 4Se. OV rer pair. I'n ilersldrla, fleeveo ;to*.|.,tbi> Ih*si in th- market, per pair. Me Men's top ghlrt *, 48c, me. i*c. Wins Urn war-, i* , eeta; real heavy Canton H ttitiel A fall airload ahlit* re d heavy, per pair. •*■; 76c tor best. 1. ..firs’ Hosiery, black. 4 pslrs, S6cj I pairs of the la-I.A’a; Heavy Bra) sha k- Inga, se per pair Men’s walks pair for San Beanlltul line of go da Vard wide notion se; ft yards for os* dollar I sltenes. 4aAe, the twsi, 4.; Unlar for Ureases, all cobirs 4c. 'A .rated sed Wisyleni verr low. Figured Fluid', for dresses; Black Hsllitr Is low sake yrd ant 1 up. spool Cotton. II and sewing cotton, **l y. s to a gpoub per >|. 4 Ginghams for aprons. 4a a*. Ik’ for tin* lube Ills! 1 an la* got for Sc. Dig st'.’ S of fneo’sh Is. Oiesl Fell Hat*, lav, all w.a.l hats. Wat and up tutor. nice stiff Del by H> !itl.vi. 1151 Hals u.r youths. ad uulora. *l, 06. ;V. Caps, io*>se. In. 1 io*rs of sb at els Giaal as a medicine, . Call and gel s. nos il)s wan I ■ mt.iers for .w per doson tNd.lv! a. |so door, I’to, I tsvlhi all my 1 . ends to ba.h at my shark and prices M. L. VULLISON’S, Leonirdtown, Md. <M 17s rcTcvuLtnucn oo HENRY K. FIELD ft CO., K( TO JOS IA il J1 0. SMOOT. Lumber, Shingles, Laths. Sash. Doors, blinds and Building Materials. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. j OFFICE, 115 UNION HT FACTO RY, 11.1 N I, EE HI A i*l , Vh, £Z I KING Ff HOWARD %/K OVERCOATS, tix ff ( A the very latest N I nf I They are J / Beauties. ) J Go and get one from J *J 1 0. JfF MORGAN, U Leonardtown Blacksmith Shop For Rent. At Oakley, Mci., one of the best stands in the County Man with family preferred. Comfortable four room cottage, convenient to shop, for rent also. Apply to J. MARSHALL DENT, Oakley, Md.. or VV, F. DENT, Dec 19 mpd Leonardtown, Md. CHAB. J. HTHTBU. ,1 AS. 8. UCIRHOL'tine HUNTER ft BURROUGHS, BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS. MECU A.NICBVILLB, MD. Will cnntrcfl to build hoiißcn of all descriptions. All work done with neat aesa and despatch Orders add reused to hem to the above poatofflee will receive prompt Dress Making Up To Date. HAVING thoroughly acquired the art of cut- H ting by measure I offer mv services as an ’’up-to-date’’ MUIHHTE, cutting and lilting dresses from the InUm. Pit flaia 11 laahlons. For sotis living ala distance should send for meas ure blank. All work done promptly and In the most approved style. Hto. (IKUHOI4 J OH* SO Ik, Sept 14—tf LcoNAanTowß.Mo. NOTICE! New Mill. I W ILL crush cob and grind corn * in fine chop. Will also furnish good table meal and Graham flour on Mondays. LEO A. WATHEN. Jan 30, 02—v LUMBER. We intend to put in good Flooring, I/ith and Shingle Machinery in time for the Spring Trade. All T.timber guaranteed to be as represented and to give satisfac tion. It will pay you to consult us lie fore buying. 1 food lumber always on hand. Come and see us. Mill on loft side of road leading from Leonardtown In Millville, on Cl.ovmt Hill Faum. Address, TREHCHARD BROS. 4 WESTCOTT, Leonardtown or Oakville, St Mary’s Conntv, Md. .in )fmf March 7, 1901-(lm. la \VKi:\(irs CLEARING-OUT SALE! Sacrifice* Prices ; MEN 9 FINE Hl’fTH, *l2, now sib MEN’S FINE SUITS, 10. now T, MEN’S SUITS, 8, now 5. MENS SUITS, 0. now 4. MEN’S PANTS, $| 00, now $ .75. MEN'S PANTS, 1 ,50. n w Ino MEN'S PANTS. 2 On, now 150. MEN’S PANTS, :i 00, now 2 00. MEN’S PANTS 4 (10, now H 50. BOYS’ WLNTKK PANTS a* low a* 25. BOY’S WINTEB SUITS, half price Overcoats. •—!,. MEN'S OVERCOATS ♦!* down to $” j MEN'S OVEKf OATS 10 down to 7 MEN'S OVERCOATS down to v, MEN S OVERCOATS down to 4 MEN'S HATS. $1 5o down to |! no MEN'S HATH, lot) down to 7.V MEN S HATS. 7.V down to 50. MEN S HATS. 50c down to 25c LADIES. MENS CHILDREN'S UN DERM’EAR. ' H K A P . NECKWEAR, . .WARMS. ' Red Died HANDK KIH’HIEFS i prler i SHAKER FLANNELS I Of. now h.- i <4REV FLANNELS. 2V. now 20< i FINE DRESS GOODS 4ik:. now ilOc I FINE DRESS HOODS. <ior. now 45. j DRESS GOODS. 2Mc, now 15. i DRESS HOODS. Lie, now lie DRESS PLAIDS, Mini* down to 4. 4 4 BROWN COTTON. So. now 4) l I BHOWN CUTTC/.N, ftp, bow 5c LAPIKi SUOHS CHILD It KH’s Now Stock, Fine (J'lolHy to go at CUT PRICE Some utd Stook Shoo* at AN V price, CLOTHS, CASSIMERKS. KERSEYS very low, FINE PARLOR STAND and HAND ISO LA 'IPS at !• than ro*t. Ton Sal k i* to CLEAR OUT STOCK j TC BWOOI.U OOMK KAMI.T FOU THK Hdtoafk* itKFony. TtlKunon* ant. oosk A. A. LAWRENCK. Leonardtown. i Jan 23 02—yk ■ PASTIME SHOES J ■ Golf, Football and Howling re- I I A variety of the atandard Rice A ■ I / * r ° recomm *! ,ded saperta. I ~~ BLACKSMITHING j AND WHEELWRIGHTING done in best possible manner and at shortest notice at Buckler’s Shop. Laurel Grove, Give me a call. SYLVESTER LONG. Jun 16, 02-ly. WILLIAM C. MATTINGLY’S LEONARDTOWN LIVERY STABLE. HORSES THAT ARE HORSES TO HIRE. HoraeH taken to board Re- | ductlon made on hows left by the month. ,\ l TKA M 3 A T AU , lIOUIiS. JTrtver when wanted. Give me a call. WILLIAM C. MATTINGLY. ) Jan 84—ly. UNION TRUST COMPANY MARYLAND. I CH ARL ES A NJ > FA Y f'TTE STS. CAPITAL $ 1,000,000 SURPLUS. $ 250 000 Trammels a General Banking and Trust Business. Accounts of Corporations ami Individuals subject to check solicited. Interest.allowed on deposits. This Company Is a Legal Depository for funds in the hands of Trustees or Ad ministrators and all State and Court OfUcers Burglar-Proof Vaults. Boxes, |2 50 to |BO.OO per year. In addition to its general Hanking and Trust Business, this Company has open ed a Havings Department. Havings Accounts of any amount received and three percent interest paid, subject to Savings Hank rules, Du making his deposit, each depositor is furnished with hi t pass hook and a handsome steel bank, th* key of which is kept at the Trust Company. GEORGE BLAKISTONE, President. JOHN S. GIBBS, Vice-President. HENRY F. NEW, 2nd Vice-President. RICHARD B. SELLMAN, Sec. and Treasurer Kxecntive Committee : Miles White, Jr., Seymour Mandelbanm, Nelson Ferin, E. Stanley Gary, Wealey M. Oler, E. 11. Hunting, w Ernest .1. Knabe, Jr. July , 1001—tf 0 EVERYTHING THAT I IS RELIABLE CAN BE FOUND AT BfILLENGER 8 DYSON'S, Meehanicsv iiio, Marylarul, L.VUGi: UN i: LOWKNT I*Ul€K§. Now is the Time to Buy I SURETY BONDS As Slate, County or | wrtii G Executor, Trustee, Municipal t*fi. • IT lUU ** Guardian, Adminis- Ottlccfi>■ aFrntcrnaiSo J i' h frulor, Receiver, Assijf ciciy . Employ/• of n I \< it n I rt iid or Replevin, Attach- H.uik. Cni |Mi! aiiim .o } nAMft meiit rases . and U Con- Mercno: a Ksiaii: ? 1)1/ (1 u ! actor, I nited States of i merit, etc | m ■ n rn lleitil, etc. imiin * \mi imhosit company of ' i:vi.and. WP N " CORNER CHARLES AND LEXINGTON STREETS, I Bauimokh. MARYLAND. EDWIN WARE! ELI), Fru’t | HARRY XI CO I) EMI’S, Ser-Trea*. Francis V. King, Loc J Ag' nt, Loonardtown, Wld. . Jan ):i KJ tv Every Doubting CUSTOMER! who, after cr:>• I in', e nlinwill. : slipshod store* at high prices • hnil hi* “leg pulled" and ■Ouck <•! ' patience exhausted. m calmly I avoid future nn >yauce hy ratline o'l ice. i have on ham) at '.lll lon■ alarg* stock of DRESS GOODS. THIM. MINOS, LI NINOS, II ATS, CAPS, j COMFORTS, BLANK K VS, UNDERWEAR, GUM GOODS, BOOTS autl SHOES. GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, SPECIALTIES IN BOY’S CLOTHING. MKN’S SUITS am) OVERCOATS, urn i i other things too numerous to mention : Remember I carry a full line of CHOICE GROCERIES. We can outfit a family for the Winter and at price** that are as tonishingly low The public is cordially invited to come and inspect my largo stock. If you come to look you will re main to buy. WM. A. LOKER, LKONARDTOWN, VI). Doc 12 — tft Lumber OF ALL KINDS FURNISH El) ON APPLICATION. H. E. BUCKLER, March 7—tf # Laurel Grove, Md, Hurr-ughs a- Johnson, >-n MoHOAKItA, M NcrAcicats ■ or HIGH (iUAI’K FLOUR, . \1 W FRED. ir lumber, f ,v staves. loops. Ac. If Von want rood Flour, Meal, Feed, Lmid'cr, Siavca and Hoops for to bacco hogsheads, call on LOCUST RUN MILLS, you can he accommodated as •ie *p a the cheapest for cam. The j cash must aecompuuv all orders Regular grinding .lavs TUESDAYS I’ll L KSDA VS and SATURDAYS in j the week. j . SA Vt INO done at shoitesl notice at f t per thousand Satisfaction guaran t all and see for yourself HI KROUUHS A .'OHNSON, I .l.oi K, 02uy near Morganea. ICO2 WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Weems Steamboat Co. t I Patuxent Kivor Ronte. j On and after WEDNESDAY, Dec. 28. STEAMER BT, MARY’S Will leave. Pier rt, Light Street wharf every Saturday and Wednesday at 6.80 ■i m lor Fair Haven, Plum Point. Got rrnoe's Run. Dare’s and Patuxent river as tar as Benedict. Leaving Benedict at 6a. m Monday for Bristol, Will leave Bristol at 13 m. Monday, going as far ns Benedict that day. Will leave Benedict every Tuesday and Thursday .1 r> :io a m . Solterlyai Ba. n>.. Millstone Landing at 10a m .Governor’s Run at 12 m Plum Point l1 n in , Fair Hav en at 2 80 p. m for Baltimore. Freight received at Pier 8, Tuesday and Friday until 6 p. m. HENRY WILLIAMS. Office- Pier 3. Light St. Agent. Dec Hi—tf # JOHN B. ABELL\ —UBAhKH IN POULTRY, EGOS. LIVE STOCK, HIDES. WOOL, &c. 013 Louisiana Avs., N. W WASHINGTON, O. C. May 90—tf, —. ■'; . ■■ ;' ■