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oo UNIT NEWS. Localwise and Otherwise. Today is Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season. Mrs. Wallace Dunbar has return ed to her home in St. Mary's county, Md. — Sun. The few good days have been uti lized by our planters in preparing their tobacco beds. A peculiar fact is that 1905 began on Sunday and will end on Sunday and therefore has63Sundays. This will not occur again in 110 years. Mrs. Nannie Poxwell and grand son, of this district, arrived home per Steamer Anne Arundel, last Sunday. Mrs. Fox well has been away all Winter. A steamer from Baltimore made Leouardtown landing last Friday and Sunday. We have not yet how ever, bad a boat from Washington since January 27, ultimo. The Sun wmorts iI , < Vi,l. i L V* If Jx k .. Ju|M next, March 12, at 11 o'clock. Morn ing Prayer and Holy Communion. Mr. and Mrs. Etfaelbert Haley reached Leonard town last Tuesday. Mrs. Haley's mother, Mrs. Susie Luker, is quite sick, and her daugh ter's visit has been a source of great comfort to her. Messrs. Blakistone A Blakistone, Attorneys at Law, Baltimore, Md., have associated Mr. George Forbes with them in the practice of law. The new partnership went into effect March 1, instant. Mr. and Mrs. Ciarke Abell arriv ed last Monday. They are staying with Mr. George C. Abell at “Bar ley " until their houae can be made ready for them. The happy couple have our si nearest wishes for their happiness. Hev. Upton Beall Thomas former ly curate of Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal Chapel, Norfolk, Va.. baa accepted a similar position at Grace Protestant Episcopal Church, Bal timore. Mr. Thomas is a native of this county. Dudley & Carpenter have remov ed from their temporary quarters on Charles street to their old stand at 125 Light, where they are con veniently boused. They will be de lighted to see all their old patrons and as many new ones as may wish to call. Monday and Tuesday last were Farmers' Institute days in St. Mary's and representative farmers attended both days meetings at the Court House. Subjects of interest to farmers were discussed and much valuable and useful information was disseminated. Up to the present writing the in dications are that the coming March Term of Court will have no specially grave criminal cases to try. The most important case, thus far, is the burning of the unoccupied store house at Downsville, charged with which three colored men are in jail and awaiting the action c* the Grand Jury. The case involving the title to the two and a-half miles of the roadbed of the old Southern Maryland rail road in the District of Columbia is set for argument in the U. S. Su-; preme Court this month. Hon. John P. Poe represents the W. A P. R. R. On high authority we are informed that the road is to be extended from Mechanicsville to Dubois just as soon as the weather will permit the work. A destardiy attempt to burn a dwelling, located on Fenwick street, Leouardtown and occupied by James Gordon, colored, was made last Mon day night while Gordon and wife were attending a dance at the color ed hall. The motive for the attemp ted arson is alleged to have been revenge for failure to secure an in vitation to the dance. Fortunately, the bUwe was discovered before it bad gathered headway and was ex tinguished without sending in an j alarm. The authorities are making a careful oiaminatiop and we have every reason to believe that the miscreant will be apprehended. -j The Old Folks Dance. (Bvpnrtcd for the BlAOCJI.) “If a woman is as old as she looks, ' and a man as old as he feels’’ as someone has very aptly said, the . dance given at Wise’s Hotel, on Monday, February 27th, was trans formed from an “Old Folks’ Dance” • to one of youth and gayety, for with i the chaperons welcoming the guests, the rooms tastily decorated with . palms, ferns, geraniums and Ameri can flags, and John Clements' band playing Quadrilles, Lanoiers, etc., we entered in with a youthful spirit , to oneof the most pleasant evenings ever spent at the famous old hotel. At 11, ices and cake were served and at 2, we enjoyed ham, turkey, Maryland buscuit, salads and coffee 1 which prepared us for a continua tion of pleasure until 5, o’clock, when we all joined in a good, old -1 time Virginia Reel. All wboattend ' ed will certainly look back with pleasant memories to the “old folks' dance." i Among those who added grace and pleasure to the event were; Mosdames Charles Abell, Thomas Lynch, P. O. Morgan, W. H. B. Wise, chaper ons. Messrs. George C. Abell, Benj. Combs, ' floor managers. I Mr. and Mrs. I Thomas Lynch, F. P. Greenwell,- ■L. £. Payne, Charles Abell, J. B. Hardi tier, GilesP. Dyer, Julian Par- J. P. Greenwell, .A P. Fen ?Bk, Charles W. Fox well, George ijHLoker, J. J. Jarboe, H. H. Camu Ht Philip Medley, J. W. Dent, J. 'Mlobbs, Leo V. Thompson, J C. -*. Ht*hl, E 11 Harrison, George C. BU. Wm. M. looker, H. U.doWaal, IkClemeotH, W C. Mattingly, C. 'ln, W. 11. n Wise, Harry F. iswi|Heoo, ■hes H • 'Sr Drury, Thad Herbert, Jos. Blgui. and F. O. .Morgan. mricc Crane, Catharine Mm jf?* ‘ HhlLynch, Ruth if, '? May Mailing, v. V* 'III Duke. Lorona Fox well, 1 . . ai.;/.- ■ • IRhartes V. Hayden, Capt. G. H Maddox. Lieutenant E D. Bos '^lok. Messrs. T. Lee Mattingly, J. F. Fenwick, W. B. Dorsey, John F. Duke, Torn Sanderson, Roland Duke, Wm F. Greenwell, Dan'l Johnson, Derby A. Lynch, Bob Lokar, A. J. Saunders, Arthur Raeney, Ernest Burch, Benj. Combs, Henry Loker, L J. Sterling, Kennedy Abell, William Mattingly, Albert Stone, W. B. Moore, Arthur Boyd, Walter Jarboe, J. F. Lee and Harry M. Jones. M. A Dance. iCurrMpoodMU* of tM Bmwii.i The soft brilliancy of a star be decked sky lighted ihefunnliar high ways leading to St. Inigo's Hail, Thursday evening, March 2, the de manding occasion being one of a most successful dance, the laetof this sea son in the ever-deiightful First Dis trict. Each arrival was greeted by the gracious hospitality of Mias Chris tine Beal and Messrs. Bevins Mor ris and Richard Abell, wboexeculed their duties as hostess and boats most admirably. While the evening was yet quite young the spacious ball afforded a glad scene of beauty and gallantry, which became a moving picture of mirth and grace, when the master ful Beach ville Band started up with its bewitching airs, causing the merry dancers “to trip tbeiigbtfan taatic toe" with a great longing that the music might never ceaseand that they could go on forever circling to its joyous strains. Through alt the merriment there coursed a vein of sorrow, for tbs participants were ever mindful of the fast approaching holy season, temporarily ending their festivities and such expressions could be heard “the last night on earth t" “When shall we two dance together again 7" “Ob, that this welts might never cease I” etc., etc. In due time refreshments were served. Among those who honored the oc casion with their presence were; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Raley, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Birch ; Misses Chris tine Beal, Agnes Kennedy, Lucy M. Beal, Reba Abel!, Josießaley, Linda Abell, Minnie Raley, Mabel Tyler, Violet Raley, Massie Clarke, Lila j Richardson. Pearl Ciarke, Virginia j Hebb, Genevieve Hilton ; Messrs. Bevins Morris, Tommy Dunbar, Richard Abell, Paul Dunbar, Lee Abell, Johnnie Richards, Tompkins Abell, Harvey Hilton, Bruce Tyler, Harry Richardson, Calvert Raley, Bob LUburn, Holmes Raley, Engle bert Beal, J. M. Jeffries, Cleveland Raley, Clarence Raley, Malcolm Clarke, Garland Clarke. H. Coming. I will be in Leonardtown during the term of March Court and will| have a most complete lino of Qne jewelry. Will do all kinds of repair ing daring my stay in Leonardtown. Respectfully yours, Saul Lxvmaon. Personal^ Hayden & ifcllock, the new Leonard town merchant invite one and all to ex amine, tbeir of ehoeu ST. INIGO'S ITEMS. From. Our Regular Correspondent. • Man, though acting from the * best experience may have his plans 3 often deranged by unforseendroum -5 stances. Farmers contemplatemak ' log tobacco beds. Experience is their guide, and we trust that their 1 plans may not be deranged by the • weather, although the sudden and 1 frequent changes of the same for several weeks gives nothing upon * which to predicate a calculation of • what it may do within a few hours. k Dozens of lambs are seen, a num -5 ber of twins but no triplets. How - they gambol about their dams I In * nocent creatures. ■ So far dogs have not molested ! sheep. We infer that owners give (hem sufficient food to satisfy their 1 appetites, bearing in mind that in stinct fails to regulate the solicita tions of desire, and to render appe | tlte subservient to propriety. Mr. W. R. Pembroke hae done ef fective work upon certain sections 1 of the roads, poling exceedingly bad places. Some sickness, and Mr. George Greene, a worthy oitixen, is ill with pneumonia. There are some old men down here, and they are not the poor shadowy remains of men, or the frittered rem nants of men. Dr. Osier no doubt ' indulged his bump of facetiousness, little dreaming that it would clip his wings—lessen bis popularity as a 1 physician and a man of common sense. The sentiment expressed by him bears the stamp of a frigid, or rather of a meet detestable feel ing. There are morbid phases cf the intellect, that amount to derange ment. Some thieving, that is, ‘mine and thine' —the distinct rights of prop erty—seemingly are not usderstood by some persons. Turkeys, chick ens, bogs, etc, arc stolen with the utmost indifference by said class. Locks should be used. When an af fair is irretrievable, nothing Is more absurd than the discussion of what might have bees done. Azzasa Bt. Jerome's Items. Utapoftefl for U>* Bsaooa.) Mrs. Laura Raley has been visit ing her sister, Mrs. Graham Shade, Park Hall. Mrs. Joe Richardson baa been vis iting ber mother, at the Ridge. The Dance given by Misees Agnes Kennedy, Minnie and Violet Raley, at St. Inigo’s Hail, Wednesday, Feb ruary 21, was largely attended and much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylor gave a reception to their friends on Tuesday, February Misses Lucy May and Christine Ueai are visiting their enter Mrs. Lewis Tippett, St. Inigo's. Mrs. Ricards baa returned home from a visit to her parents, Cedar Point Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Clarks gave a dance at their home on Tues day, March 2nd. Miss Lila Richardson has been visiting Miss Josie Raley. “Griffin's Choice." It is reported that Mr. Holmes Rsley, one of the neighborhood's most popular young men, will ob tain a position in Baltimore in the near future. He will be greatly missed, especially by the young folks. A new school building would bo greatly appreciated by (be people of Ibis neighborhood. Mrs. Harry Beal, of Baltimore, la visiting beroid home, Ist district. Rosajux. . Mary’s Academy. aou, of Hosoa ro* nceacAir. Estelle Greenwell, Msrle Jarboe, Julia Mattingly. Marguerite Abell, Mary Bean, Grace Floyd. Bessie Abell. Regina Robrecbt, Ida May Guy tber, Madeline Camalier, Pauline Graves, Sarah Guytber, Anna Dell Milburn, May Robrecbt, Mary Dixon, Nellie Cawood, Mavis Lynch, Mary Catherine Hogan, Bertha Mattingly, Sue Russell, Celeste Roach, Agnes Cbing, Bessie Mattingly, Catherine Russell, Eloise Abell, Marie Chiqg, Margie Boyd, Lula Scovihe, Estelle Abell, AunieKnott, Annie Williams, Jennie Greenwell, Isabel Cbing, Edith Ohlng, Philo. Morgan, Migno nette Russell; Philip Hoyden, Henry Camalier, Lester Mattingly, Wllm-sr Russell For Tla Young Housewife. Young house girls (hat are training for the responsibilities of a household will find much tbatls useful In the little papers oontribut-, ed to The Delineator by Isabel Gordon ' Curtis under the title “The Making ; of 8 Housewife." In the April num ber the topic is “Planning a Week’s Work, and Wash Day." Tbeauthor suggests an economical distribution of time and labor that will recom mend itself to all who read her re marks, Other features of domestic interest in the same number are il lustrated cookery for Easter enter tainment and a number of receipes under the topics, “Delicious Hot BreaUkst Cakes," “Lenten Soups," “Che#' as a Nutritive Article of Diet," land “Savory [UtmujeA ßread Pudding,” article on “Cleuuir^^H The body of Mr#. Mary Aik# Llewelyn Carpenter, widow of Mr, Jams# Walter Carpenter, of Baltimore, was interred on Wednesday, March 1, in London Park Cemetery. Mrs. Carpenter died Monday, February 27 in her apartment# in the Highland, Washington, niter a brief ill ness of peritonitis. She was a daughter of Rev. Dr. Janies Bunting and grand daughter of the late Caroline Briscoe, of St. Mary's county, who was a daughter of John Briscoe and Mary Hanson. Mrs. Carpenter resided for a number of years at 2108 North Charles street, Haiti more, and was a member of the Balti more Chapter, Daughters ol the Ameri can Revolution, and also a member of the Bishop’s Guild of Maryland. She was a woman of wide charity and bene volence and a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church of St. Michael and All Angels in Baltimore during the rector ship ol Rev. Dr. C. Ernest Smith, and con tinued under bin pastorate at St. Thomas’ Church in Washington. Mrs. Carpenter is survived by the fol lowing children: Mr. Walter Raymond Carpenter, of Texas; Mrs. Samuel Young, of Grand Rapids, Mich ; Mr. Dudley Car penter, Miss Laura Maryland Carpenter, Miss Kydnie Liewslyn Carpenter, of Wash ington ; Mr. Ford Hanson Carpenter, of St. John's College, Annapolis, and Miss Ethel Briscoe Carpenter, of the Convent of the Visitation, at Washington.— Sun. Destb of Miss Emily E. Posey. &o influence fa so powerful as the silhnl teaching of a pure, truthful, and unselfish life. It speaks with an eloquence that appeals to the hearts of humanity and is under stood by the simplest. Such a life was that of Mias Emily K. Posey, whose death occurred at her real deoee near Mecbaoicsville, on Wed nesday last. Her entire life was spent within the confines of the old homestead, around which, as it ware, a halo encircled, emanating from her many strong and nobis qualities, spreading its rays and drawing hearts unto it One of the chief at tributes ot hsp character waa her extreme unselfishness towards her neighbor, ever neglectful ofherown comfort. Ptowunmiog a mind of ex ceptional brightness, undimmed by tb approach of age, she ever mani fested a been interest to passing events and the development of any scheme to benefit mankind. With a heart full of sympathy, she was quick "to feel another's woe,' sod so fsr ss her power went, extended the needed head. Thus she drew about her s litlie circle of friende, who now mourn the loea of one whoso soul revealed lutoll to them in noble action, exerting an influence which wlit keep her image over present in memory, though tost to mar s*l vision. She met life's difficulties with cheer ful courage, and accepted its bless ings with ferventgratltude, and after the beat and burden of many years she swatted the longed for rest. It came at last and she approached the grave “like one who wraps thedrsp ery of bis couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams." Our heart felt sympathy goes out to that lonely and grief-stricken ais ter who has been hersoiecompanion for many years. May their rov-vv acts of sweet charity and loving counsel secure for her God'a mani fold blessings, and devoted friends Is the sincere wish of A Fsikkd Kovel at Pearson City. iCorrwpooOsos* of ts Homos ) At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kent, Pearson city, on the night of Tuesday, Feb. SB, there wae quite a social gathering of friends, assembled to while away a few pleas ant hours. The spacious ball was beautifully decorated with ferns, presenting a moat ebeerful appear ance for the occasion. The uncx- j peeled arrival (about 7.30 o'ciook)of, the Steamer Calvert, which came crushing the ice and with tittle dif-1 Acuity making her way totbewbarf, j created aomewhatanurprise.aod wae j also a pleasant picture to the occas ion. The Cedar Point band (Smith 1 A Oo.) was In attendance, end now that all was "quick along the line" the participants got down to busi ness, and it was with great diffi-, culty that even those who wore the "invisible gray beards” could keep off the floor Waitsing was] first In order, followed by the two ' step, and then came old-fashioned square dances for the benefit of the I kids. It was all in all a real genu- I ine affair without a single drawback | to mar the pleasure of any one. The ladles present were; Mrs. W. T. Dent. Mrs. F. T. Dyson. Mrs. O. M. Dyson, Mrs. Philip Dyson, Mrs. J. A. Watts, Mrs. M. Brown, Mrs. j Lida Wilkins; Misses Olive Walts, Berths Jones, Virgie Wise, Essie Miles, Mabel, Lilia and Olive Bean, ; Betiie Hammett, Bessie Dent, Dora ' i Dyson, Merssrs. W. T. Dent, P. T. Dyson, Luther Miles. PhU Her-1 man, Wm. B. Downs. J. Dawson,! Geo. Quirk, Joan Fenwick, Norman, ; Mil burn, M. Brown, B. Fish, W. Dunaway, A, Pembrok)#, P. Hayden, Sami. Dyson, Kemp Pomeroy. Kids, Shuman Watts, Benj. Kyaou, Chas. Hammett, Willie Pomeroy, Baby Deni: and Baby BrovW About 2 , a. m. the guests depamyd for tneir ' for ife-. Miss Helen Towson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John P. Towson, of 931 Madison avenue, and Mr. Robert Clarke Abell, of Leonardtown, Md.. Deputy Register of Wills of St. Ma ry’s county, were married Thursday afternoon, March 2, 1905, at the Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception, Mosher and Division streets, by Rev. James H. Neck. A reception to the members of the families followed at the bride’s home, after which Mr. and Mrs. Abell left for Leonardtown. — Sun. First Spring Goods ■ L. A. Jones A Son have now their early spring goods and invite your Inspection —such as Percales, Ging hams, Madras, Walkings, Embroi deries, Neckwear, Laces, Cottons and a full stock of Sewing Machines. Wanted To bur * food r>m of 280 to 900 seres, MB# law. with largo dwelling and Bw other Itapruveioema—located on the 1 V Potomac river-*) U T ml lea below Washington ottjr. Want steamboat wharf on the property, or one verjr near. Anyone own ing auoh a farm and waota to Ml) at a reason He price may n ,d a cuh purebaaerby writing a* 008 and giving fail aesortpUos and prke. AddfMl lie ward. A liberal reward will be paid for there tnrn of a gold hst-pin teat <>n the road be wesn Leonardtown and California, It had engraved on its front the words; "The Intercollegiate Track and Foot Athletic Amo.," and the coat ol arm# ol Maryland. On the hack were tee words: "2dprise % mile run. May 1,1201." Fvb D—m, J. I. CRANK. Out-Pensloners Office of County Commissioners i Leonardtown Feb. 21, 19U6 ) Notice is hereby given. That the County Commissioner# of tit Mary’s county wm meet on fVEMDAY. March 91. 1900, to strike the names fd all Oct-Fsssio-urns from the Pension Ust ol said eouoty, for the purpose of revising and correcting said list. Names of worthy and deserv ing persons will be nrtnstatod on said list upon the tthng ol a petition sigaed by at leant three taxpayers. By order, WM. MLVEitELL LOKEH, CM. Feb 28.1205—td. TrQQsfers & Abatemegts. The ( oi) n y Comm Wonere of fit. Mary’s county will meet ut tbrir office in Leon ard to wo, on HONDA V and TUKBUAY, March 20 and 21, 1205, (or the purpose of making TMANBPERB and ABATE MENT* Ail application* for abataaeeto mast be made under oath or affirmation re quiring parties applying to give to to the Commissioners all property they may (iommws ot wery kind that m assessable and not to them asaeseed. I’nrsons who do not avail themselves of this notice cannot have any abate ments on their tag Mils when presented by the County Treasurer. By order of the Board. JOHN U. H. LILBCRN. j* t WM .MEVh.kKLL LOKER, Uerk, Feb. 38,1205—td. The Big Progressive Store at the Sister’s Gate. ALL FART tEg who are interested in good values (or little money, beet good# lor least money, aud who want to be BUKB that they am nut charged.,too much money (or any article they have to buy, would do well to call and examine our stock andgstour pness before buying elsewhere, it will be our aim during this season busy to keep on baud for your in* f speetion All Of The Staples And Novelties |so much in demand at this season, la ' addition to our regular line, which is pret ty near complete, we will offer you the ' fullest line ot candies, fruits, Are-works, Chins novelties, dolls and all other articles suitable for tbebol iday trade. Ail ot these goods will be as low as the lowest. MHT Boys' Clothing way down be> low aero. I j Call and examine our stock asd be con vinced. Drury & Saunders. I W. LYNN ft CO, GENERAL Commission Merchants, 1 935 La. Ays., Wisbington, 0. C. FOR THE SALE OF Calves, Live StocK, Smirrf We solicit a trial shipment. Guarantee full Market Price. Returns made day of Established 1892. Refers to Lincoln Nat... Bank of Washington and numerous patrons throughout St. Mary’s. Consign ments solicited. Dec. 24, ’OB-tf. ; I WB ” E SEND 08 YOUR ORDERS. WR,T *,| ■ ITHE UNDER-PBICE LIQUOE HOUSE! ; OFFERS YOU TO-DAY ’ I 12 Bottles of Standard Whiskies, Assorted in Case : \ gWilson, Paul Jones, Overboil, Trimble, Home Club, Hunter. Jas. • |E. Pepper, Oscar Pepper, Anderson, Hermitage. Elks, Potomac m $9.50 PEE OAJSJ. |the under price liquor house offers you to-day I 12 Bottles of Cordials, Cine, Brandies, Cberriee, Creme de m V 5 Mentbe, Tom Gin, Geneva Gin, Sloe Gin, Diamine, ’ 1 French Brandy, Orange Bitters. Boonekamp Bitters. Creme de Violet, Anisette, Kimmel # FOB SB6O FEB CASE. |bUI<K WHIHKKT, - - 100 Gallon to SOO.I ; | Jfdqner I 204 7th Street, S. W., JL— ■— aoeas a. sense. ~7.~woe.wms. ; Sole Agents, $3 00 BECKER, DUKE Si CO.# mMamR i Ye Hatterie. Hats. Caps, Gloves, j Umbrellas, Canes ntr and Leather 1 Stetson’s Hats. 1415 F St., Washington, D. C. DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR ; “PITTSBURGH PERFECT" FENCES. ALL GALVANIZED STEEL WISES. FOR FIELD, FARM AND HOG FENCING. THE OKLT ELECTRICALLY WELDED FENCE EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT. The DURABLE Fence, q None so STRONG. 5S*. rt- All large wires. ,4 7 - Highest EFFICIENCY. . f 3 L LOWEST COST. jH] No Wraps 537 —•— ——■ ‘ I to hold L “* " <l,f "I ■[ ~~ fgSl" , I Moisture and cause a : Rust. -rmnoaon rr.T' rssatuc. (Sjmtai atjria) Aluslultij STOCK PROOF, ffo otn SAVE YOU NOISY on Fonehf. CALL AND SCC IT. H. &G. V. WEHEEEIM, oo pt on, M a professional. , - Bl ■ HARRIS CAM A LIEU, I Attoesi*t--atLaw, Loonardtown, Md. Duke bond, Aituimyat-Law. National Mechanics’ Han't Building, Baltimore. 10. P. MORGAN, J Attorney and CouneUor-at-Lw, Jtjmo* or th Peace, UtONABOTOWN. Md. DOBER? C. COMBS, , ** AtTORNKV-AT liAW, Leonard town, Md. I ,i. ■■■■■■■ ain-w JOHN THOMAS, MORRIS, AtToaNET-AT-LAW, 1 St. Inigo’s, Md., and (BE. Lexington at,, Balto., Md. DR. C. V. HAYDEN, DENTIST, Leonard town, Md. DS. BRISCOE, ■ ATTORNST-AT-LaW, Law Building, Baltmore. Daniel c. hammett, Attorney-xt-Law, Leonardtown, Md. \l/M. MEVERELL LOKEB, W Attoejcxt-at-Law. Office in Court House. HenrF pTspalding, Attoenkt-at-Law, No. 26 Lexington Street Baltimore. ’ Prompt attention given to all bus iness entrusted to Uis care. YiTaLTER I. DAWKINS, VV Attohby-at-Law, Fidelity Building, Corner Charles and Lexington Streets, Baltimore, Md. Will continue to practice in St. Mary’s and adjoining counties. KINGSLEY LOVE, ■ Attornkv-at-Law, No. 11 S. Lexington St.. Baltimore, Md. , Practices in Baltimore and Wash ington. Attention to bankrupt cases. D*~ ERBY A LiStOH, Attorney-at-Law, 1 Office in County Treasurer’s Room. Prompt attention to all business collections. Criminal practice a specialty. Surety bonds furnished, \i/m7d.henry. 7” “V AnOEMEyAT-LAW.. 1 . Special attention paid to Colto • tion of Claims, the Pension ness, Saif; and Conveyance of Eei! DB R. WHIT HAMMETT. Dentist, rumttot. Traders’ National Bank, urfftPf-f.. WASHthOTOM D. C, ' Operative and mechanical work done in the best manner. All work guaranteed. Prices moderate. Con sultation free. XOALTERB DORSEY ” Attorney at-Law and i OSTtOB or THE PEACE. Office in front of Beacon Ornot, Is associated with the well-known Baltimore Real Estate Agency of C. W. Kenoard A Co. If you wish to buy or sell real estate, call on me. Collections promptly attended to, B. TIPPETT 4 BRo7~ ■ Attorn its-at-Law, 11 E Lexington Street, near Chas., Baltimore, Md. Practice in the Courts of Baltimore city, Court of Appeals, in the coun ties of Charles and St. Mary’s and Washington city. Special attention (flven to Admiralty practice and col action of claims. Weems’ sMiuboat Co. 1905. WINTIB SCHEDULE. 1906. PATPITOTUVIE BOUT*. Id Effect December it, 190*. Steamer will leave Her A Light Street, weather per muting, every Wedueeday end Saturday t MO*, m. lur Fair Haven. Phuu Point, Govern, or’enon. Dare'*, and the Patuxent River aa far aa Heoediot. Saturday’* steamer will lay over at Benedict HMi Monday, leaving Renedict >. ) m. for Bflaiol, stopping at all Intermediate land ing*. Returning ateemnrwtn leave Brlatoi at IS noon, on Monday*, weather permitting, stopping at all lami ng* to Benedict, Steamer wit! leave Benedict for Ttal tint ore, weather permitting, every Tupwlay and Thur# Clay at 5 9) a. m. slopping at all usual landing*. Freight received at Pier *, Tuesday and Pri- W 0 Mattingly's Leonardtown livery Stable. Horses that are Horses to Hire. Horses taken to board. Reduction made on horses JBmmSI 1 left by the month. ' TEAKS AT ALL BOtTM. Driver when wanted. Give me a call. WM. 0. MATTINGLY. m.um.i i i ”*ll at ■emwaanii.wii.awihaiiaa ■ t WK THR SENATE. ■ ¥jajg ‘iff# to* a net* poft of my fhtrty. i t oomiauifl and X