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Correspondence Baltimore County Union.
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Electric Wood-Seasoning—An Animal
Colony Paris Waste-Disposal The
Great Tropical Problem—Acetylene on
Street Cars—A Bird State—Productive
ness of the Sea —Steamers and Wind —
Moulded Calcium Carbide—An Electri
cally-Heated Building:.
The first industrial application of the princi
•JJritoc‘>au process of seasoning timber In which
the electric current is made to drive out the sap
and replace it by unchangeable solid matter.
The solution, kept by a steam-pipe at 100° Fahr.,
is mado to nearly cover the wood, a lead grating
supporting the log being connected to the posi
tive polo of a dynamo, and a lead plate on a
porous cover of felt and canvas, to the negative
pole. The separation of the electrodes by a
porous partition causes the solution to increase
about the negative pole. In a public trial of
the process, the solution used contained 10 per
cent, of bora*, 6 per cent, of resin and .75 per
cent, of carbonate of soda, and the time neces
sary to draw this up into a ten-inch log was seven
or eight hours. After treatment the wood is
dried in open air for several weeks or even
months.
• **
An attempt to keep the animals brought in
by the natives from the bush is being made at
Carnot, in the Congo. Though somo die and
others escape, an interesting collection has been
made, including monkeys, small rodents, wild
hogs, a jackal, a young tiger cat, with dogs,
horses, asses and horned cattle. The last-named
are rapidly multiplying. The animals are al
lowed much liberty, some of them having be
come very tame, and a large monkey has learned
to take care of the sheep.
A report by M. Perisse states that four pro
cesses for disposing of the waste of Paris have
been suggested—direct employment for agricul
ture, incineration, steam treatment and grind
ing. The last-named, fitting the material best
for the soil, is recommended as the mo3t eco
nomical, and as having proved satisfactory in
practice.
The hose wagon'driven by storage batteries
tfiat Paris is using weights 5,610 pounds, can run
37X miles at 10 miles an hour on one charging,
and easily ascends 8 per cent, grades.
***
The discovery that mosquitoes are responsible
for the spread of malaria is giving risetoexalted
hopes of banishing one of the most dreaded
scourges of the topics. Major Ronald Ross* re
searches in India show that this is probably the
only source of infection, and give grounds for
believing that not all kinds of mosquitoes are
dangerous. Thus far the “spotted-winged mos
quitoes’* seem to be the only offenders, the ma
laria parasite having been found only in two
species of these creatures in India and one in
Italy. Their breeding places are rare in India,
being only shallow puddles of rain-water that
do not dry up under a week or more; while tho
common species find breeding places near every
dwelling—the “brindled mosquitoes’’ in pots and
rtubs of water, and the “gray mosquitoes” in
cisterns, ditches and drains. The problem of
ftj-, pllfled if the present conclusions prove to bo
correct. It is simply necessary to drain or treat
with chemicals the comparatively few pools
yielding spotted-winged mosquitoes, and the
disease will disappear through the extermination
of its carriers.
m *
Lighting by a new low-pressure acetylene sys
tem is expected by a Paris street railway com
pany to prove more satisfactory than by elec-
L tricity. The material used is the “acetylithe” of
karipMetang and Serpollet, which is calcium carbide
treated with glucose after an immersion of sev
eral weeks in petroleum,and this prevents over
production of gas. The generator is placed on
the platform under the stairs. After leaving
the generator, the gas is dried, purified and con
ducted in lead pipes to the burners, which are
enclosed in globes. The total cost for five lights
is about four cents an hour.
•**
Nebraska is found by Mr. Lawrence Bruner
to be favored with an unusual variety of birds.
The records of naturalists show that 415 species
and subspecies visit the State and that 227 breed
therein, while the total recorded species for
L- North America north of Mexico number only
I about 780.
I •**
| The value of the fish taken yearly from the
I North Sea is about $40,000,000, and from this
& Prof. Heusens, a German geographer, calculates
If that each square mile of this sea adds about $lB
A annually to the production of the countries on
■ its borders.

Unexpected results of a study of wind influ
ence on steamship speed have been given by
Herr L- E. Dinkage. Tho observations were
made from two North German Lloyd steamers
of about 5,000 tons and 15 or 16 knots, and showed
no perceptible effect whatever from a favorable
wind, whether a gentle breeze or a heavy gale,
but a reduction of three to five and a-half knots
with a side or bead wind. It seemed clearly
proven that a favorable wind never helps a fast
steamer, although an unfavorable wind always
v hinders it. In the case of slower steamers, some
! -v increase of speed might be expected to be ira
i parted by a favoring gale.
Calcium carbide .cartridges are made by an
Australian inventor in the following manner:
A plastic mixture is made of 30 parts by weight
of tar, 36 of lime, 1 of sugar and water and 3 of
coal slack; and this is placed refractory moulds,
through the ends of which pass carbon elec-
W trodes that nearly meet a middle disc of carbon.
■ The passage of an electric current consumes
I mixture, electrods and disc, which combine to
A form calcium carbide. The moulds are made of
tv'Tivpntpnt cylindrical shape and a number of
be placed In one circuit.
***
The beating apparatus of the Odeon Theatre
at Buenos Ayres consists of nine series of re
sistance coils, any or all of which can be in
stantly brought into or cut out of the electric
circuit. They are placed beneath the building
in a brick chamber, into which fresh air passes
through a tunnel, and, after being heated, is
distributed through earthenware pipes to eight
or ten registers in the floor of the theater.
Although 300,000 persons in the United States
are engaged in bee culture, tho annual value
of the product being probably $20,000,000, Mr.
Frank Benton finds that the flora is capable of
supporting ten times the present number of
colonies of bees. The industry not only does
not impoverish the soil but ensures better seed
and fruit crops.
About 51 specimens of the great auk’s egg arc
now known to be in existence, and the last two
sales were at 300 guineas each.
I TVK. SAin,EL E ’ LIAIYD,
PROPRIETOR BALTIMORE COUNTY VET
ERINARY HOSPITAL,
Chesapeake Avenues, Near York Road,
TOWSON, Md.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
Complete facilities for the treatment of all do
mestic animals. All calls, both night and day,
will receive prompt attention. [Mayl3, 99y.
JOHN BURNS & SONS,
f UNDERTAKERS
t EMBALMERS,
ESTABLISH^ I ) TOWSON, MD.
Branch Office—MT.WASHINGTONi N.C.R.R.
Coffins and Caskets Always on Hand.
*S“Agents for Enterprise Slate Vaults.*©*
Jan. 6.—13 m.
‘Tne wori^d^
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS!
■ Great Reduction in Prices of Incubators.
THE SAFEST.INCUBATORB MADE.
Absolutely fire-proof.
THE MOST HELPFUL BROODER IN USE.
Easily operated.
Prairie State Incnbators aid Brooders.
at our stores, examine same and be con
vinced, as hundreds have been. Write for illustrated
catalogue, instructions and prices.
GRIFFITH & TURNER CO.,
209 to 213 N. PACA STREET,
N0v.11.’99y. BALTIMORE. Md.
at gaw.
W. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—No. 1 Smedley Row. Towsontown.
AW. PERRIE
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 6 Smedley Row, Towsontown, Md.
WILLIAM S. KEECH, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Smedley Row, Towson, Md.
Ex-judge yellott,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PIPER BUILDING. TOWSON. Md.
EW. HERMAN,
„ ATTORNEY AT LAW,.
PJPER BUILDING, TOWSON. Md.
RANK I. DUNCAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Piper Building, oppo. Court House, Towson.
Noah e. offutt.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
@F*Money to Loan. TOWSON, Md.
WILLIAM S. KEECH, „
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 5 Smedley Row, Towsontown, Md.
Thomas j. hunter,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TOWSON. Md.
JOHN J. TIMANUS,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Piper Building, Towson, Md.
Stevenson a. williams,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Bel Air, Harford County, Md.
TTENRY SHIRK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 6 E. LEXINGTON ST.. BALTIMORE.
Madison e. lloyd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. .
GOVANSTOWN AND TOWSON, Md.
JM. T. LAWRENCE,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TGWSON. Md.
T SCOTT OFFUTT,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Smedley Row, Towson, Md.
JMAULSBY SMITH,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12 E. Lexington Street.
JOHN H. RICHARDSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
331 North Clinton Street, Canton. (Towson.)
JAMES KELLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—With Boarman & Lindsay, Smedley Row,
Towson, Md.
WILLIAM H. LAWRENCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
City Office, 213 St. Paul St. ;Towson Office, Smed
ley Row.
JOHN S. BIDDISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
With John F. Gontrum, Esq., Piper Building,
Towson, Md.
Fielder c. slingluff,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Fidelity Building, (3d floor,) Charles and Lexing
ton Streets, Baltimore.
JAMES E. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room No. 6 Masonic Hall, Towson, Md.
Examination of titles, &c.
Milton w. offutt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Smedley Row, Towsontown, Md.
City Office, Cor. St. Paul and Lexington streets.
Anunaui ajl jj ".
Offices —Towsontown Md., and 12 St. Paul street,
Baltimore city.
Arthur p. shanklin,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
6 Smedley Row, 26 Bank of Balto. Bdg.
Towson. Baltimore.
AA. PIPER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. TOWSONTOWN, Md.
Office—ln Piper Building, opposite main en
trance to Court House.
Laban sparks,
ATTOItEY AT LAW.
No. 224 ST. PAUL STREET. BALTIMORE, Md.
Practice in the County and City Courts.
JEFFERSON D. NORRIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room 45 Glenn Building, 12 St. Paul st., Balti
more. Glyndon and Reisterstown, Saturdays.
US'”Money to loan.
Elmer j. cook,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Towson, Baltimore County, Md.
Office with Col. D. G. Mclntosh.
JOHN GRASON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Yellott Building (Up-Stairs).Chesapeake
Ave., oppo. Smedley House, Towson, Md.
WILMER EMORY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
200 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md.
J EDWARD STIRLING,
. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
32 Manufacturers’ Record Building,
North and Lexington Sts., Baltimore, Md.
JOHN F. CONKEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PIPER BUILDING, TOWSON, Md.
Special attention to business in Orphans’ Court.
JOHN F. GONTRUM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Piper Building, Towson, Md.,
day except Saturday, from 10 A. m.
to 3 p. M.
J MORRIS DIVEN.
. ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
13 Daily Record Building,
St. Paul and Fayette Sts., Baltimore, Md.
Practice in city and county courts.
JL. G. LEE,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Law Department, B. & O. Central Building, Bal
timore, Md.
Every Saturday at Belair. Md.
Robert h. russey,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices :—Piper Building, Towsontown, on
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. Cockeysville—Saturdays, at the Bank.
EWINTHROP BOSLEY,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 2 Smedley Row, Towson: 213 Courtland
Street. Baltimore. business entrusted
to my care will receive prompt and careful at
tention.
JFKED C. TALBOTT,
, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices—Baltimore and Towsontown.
City Office—l7 Lexington street, cor. Calvert.
Will be at office in Towsontown. Tuesday and
Wednesday of each week.
CBOHN SLINGLUFF,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Slingluff Building, oppo. East Entrance
Court House, Towson, Md.
Dutscher Advocat and Rechts Anwalt,
Dem Court House gegenuber.
WILLIAM GRASON. LEWIS M. BACON.
GRASON * BACON,
—ROOM 3 MASONIC TEMPLE
TOWSON, Md.,
Having formed a partnership for the practice of
law. will give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to their care.
JOSHUA O. BOSLEY.
LAND SURVEYOR AND ATTORNEY
AT LAW.
Will make a specialty of searching titles and
conveyancing in connection with surveying.
At Towsontown every Tuesday and Wednes
day. P. O. Address—Philopolis. Balto. county.
Apl. 29.—tf.
R. R. BOARMAN. JAMES J. LINDSAY
BOARMAN & LINDSAY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Towson Office—Smedley Row, opposite Court
Baltimore Office—Rooms Nos. 20 and 21 Van
sant Building, East Lexington street, opposite
Postoffice.
CHARLES E. SHANAHAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
102 E. LEXINGTON STREET,
Near St. Paul Street, opposite northwest corner
Court House Square, first floor, front,
BALTIMORE, Md.
Practices in all the Courts—Federal, City .Coun
ty and the Court of Appeals.
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to him either fn County or City.
JAS. M. CARRICO,
TIN & SHEET-IKON WORKER,
TOWSON, MD.
13^“Dealer in Stoves, Furnaces and Ranges, j
Roofing, Spouting. Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
Jobbingand Repairing of all kinds. Stoves.etc..
bought and exchanged. All orders by mail at- |
tended to. Dec.9,’99y.
ptisjcjellaujeotts.
DR. MARTIN’S
A Ar| Homoeopathic
lUUrem EDI es
NOT CURE-ALLS.
A SEPARATE CURE FOR EACH DISEASE.
on DIFFERENTCURES FORin p
00 DIFFERENT DISEASES lUb.
. Dr. Martin's Rheumatism Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Female Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Female Tablets 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Blood and Bkin Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Dyspepsia and Indigestion Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Kidney Cure ..He.
Dr. Martin’s Heart Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Cathartic 100.
Dr. Martin’s Catarrh Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Catarrh Tablets 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Nerve Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Cholera Morbus Cure 100.
Dr. Martin’s Fever Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Headache Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Diarrhoea and Dysentery Curo..loc.
Dr. Martin’s Liver and Constipation Cure. ...10c.
Dr. Martin’s Cough Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Cold and Grippe Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Baby Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Croup Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Chills, Fever and Malaria Cure..loc.
Dr. Martin’s Bladder Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Neuralgia Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Worm Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Measles Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Cholera Infantum Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Whooping Cough Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Sore Throat Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Hoarseness Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s General Debility Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Invigorator 10c.
Dr. Martin’s Erysipelas Cure JOc.
Dr. Martin’s Asthma Cure 10c.
Dr. Martin's Asthma Inhalant 10c.
—FOR SALE—
Towson—Massenburg & Son’s Drug Store.
Lutherville—Heilig & Co.
Texas-E. C. Shipley’s.
Cockeysville—Carnes’ Drug Store.
Phoenix—Phoenix Store Co.
Junc3tApl.B.
AT THE OLD STANDI
Wm. D,“Randall,
410 E. BALTIMORE STREET,
Near Holliday Street. BALTIMORE, Md)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy
G-rocerieS
—AND FINEBT BKANDB Ur—
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS,
CANNED GOODS, &o.
BEST FACILITIES for supplying goods at
MOST REASONABLE PRICES, and with the
greatest dispatch.
A call respectfully solicited, and satisfaction as
to prices and quality of goods guaranteed.
Feb.25.’99y.
J.H.Medairy&Co.,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,
General School Supplies,
6 North Howard Street,
BALTIMORE, Md.
Aug.26,’99y.
MASSENBURG &
Odd Follows’ Hall, Towson,
PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES. STATIONERY,
BRUSHES—ALL KINDS,
Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes,
. . Horse Blankets,
‘ss*' Umbrellas,
i ‘ Drfving Gloves,
*3T ROCK BOTTOM BRICES.
A3”Call early and often.*©*
Nov. 4.—3 m.
GEO. W. KIRWAN &. CO.,
29 East Baltimore Street.
BALTIMORE, MD.
Novelties in Men’s Furnishings!
BEST MAKE AND MATERIAL!
NEW IMPORTATIONS IN NECK WEAR
Underwear of all weights at Prices to Buit.
SHORT NECK COLLARS—for SHORT NECK MEN.
nun CIIIDTC For style, fit, finish and qual-
UUn OfliniO lty, the best in the city.
Prices $1.50. $2.00 and $2.50.
Agents for Gardner* Vail’s New York Laundry.
May2o,’99y.
G. HOWARD STIRLING & CO.,
Members Baltimore Stock Exchange,
KidifllKini
BROKERS,
No. 6 SOUTH STREET,
Home Telephone 247. BALTIMORE, Md.
t3F* Informat lon gladly furnished about secur
ities listed or unlisted in other cities. All Inqui
ries by mail promptly answered.
Oct. 14. —tf.
CHARLES E. EHMANN,
MARBLE AND GRANITE YARD,
YORK ROAD, Near Arlington Ave.
—DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Marble and Cranite Cemetery and
Building Work.
Also, Masonry Work. Grading and General Con
tractor. Estimates cheerfully given.
I JulylstJune24.
j QHARLKS B. McCLEAN,
COUNTY SURVEYOR AND CIVIL
ENGINEER,
ROOM No. 7 MASONIC BUILDING.
TOWSON, Md.
ApLl,’99y.
IfTigsicians.
J-JR. JAMES H. JARKETT,
TOWSON, Md.
Office hours from 7 to 10 A. M., and 6 to 10 P. M.
Anr.B.’99y.
Dr. r. c. MASSENBURG, ~ m
—OFFICE— F
AT DRUG STORE OF
MASSENBURG 6c SON
Odd Fellows’ Hall, Towson, Md.
*3*Night Beil at Residence.*©*
Feb.f.’OOv.
J. ROYBTON GREEN,
NORTH BALTIMORE AVENUE,
Near Trinity Chcrcii, TOWSON, Md.
Office Hours—B.3o to 10 A. M., 2 to 3 and 6 to
7.30 P. M. Telephone—Towson Hotel.
July 29.—11 m.
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Hartford Insurance Co. of Hartford Conn.
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. of Phlla.
St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
Philadelphia Underwriters of Phila., Pa.
American Insurance Co. of Philadelphia.
London & Lancashire Insurance Co.
Palatine Insurance Co.
*3-Representing as I do tho abovo named first
class Fire Insurance Companies and an agency
of twenty years’ standing, that has so long en
joyed the confidence of the public, I respectfully
solicit of the people of Baltimore county a con
tinuation of their patronage. Dec.3o,’99y.
DOiSISK ExSlfe
We are prepared to accommodate the public
in forwarding MERCHANDISE. BAGGAGE.
&c., to and from Baltimore, on the most reason
able terms. Baggage delivered and called for
in any part of the city,/ree of extra charge.
We will also deliver goods in Wavcrly. Govans
town and other points on the YorK road and
Charles street avenue, at satisfactory rates.
We solicit a share of the public patronage and
will put forth our best efforts to give satisfaction.
JOHN M. DUNNING. Proprietor,
City Office—lo N. Holliday street.
N0v.11,’99y.
:IS YOUhT:—
garden o n jofnptnn/ 9
& LAWN ull loIUUUIJf !
If not, why not send a postal for me to come and
see what it needs ?
Reference:—Groundsat Mount Royal Station,
Baltimore; U. S. Government grounds at Haw
kins and North Points and many private places.
WM. McROBERTS, Jr., Florist,
May 13.—tf.] Bellona Avenu, Govanstown.
* A. H. 131ELRK
ITECT
ROOM No. 24, BUILDERS’ EXCHANGE,
ApUs,*99y. BALTIMORE, MD,
BACON HALL FARM
“TOPS” / HEREFORD BEEF CATTLE,
-ONLY— DORSET MUTTON SHEEP,
sold. ( BERKSHIRE HOGS.
0ct.21 ’99y IES- DA. GKET-.X.iZEIE 1 , Verona, Md.
SOUTHCOMB’S U A T C
Wise Heads Wear Them. ”
N. E. Cor. Baltimore and Holliday Streets,
s ep t.23,’99y. BALTIMORE, MD.
WILSON & KENNEY CO.,
TOWSON AND LUTHERVILLE.
Coal, Lumber, Mill Work, Hardware. Paints,
Hay, Grain and Mill Feed.
—FUL.L. STOCK! — —LOW PRICKS! —
ALSO A STORE FOR GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT LUTHERVILLE.
Ap].B,’99y.
•sjTHE BALTIMORE MODEL AND FARMER’S FRIEND**-"
INCUBATORS AND [BROODERS
Are conceded by those using them to be v T“
ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY and the prices are MUCH LOWER than on other fiHI r
machines of standard make.
Bncubators from $6 to 824. fW'W
Early Fall Is the best time to commence hatching roiJSpring Broilers. I
Write for catalogue or call and examine samples. ,
special'pricesTm ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES. |
Wlf you desire to see me personally.write before calling or I may be away.
June24tFeb.iß. S. HOWARD MERRYMAN, Towson, Md.
H. E. BARTLESON,
COCKEYSVILLE. Md.
CONSTANTLY ARRIVING
Whit© Pine, Georgia Pine, N. C. Pine,
Cvuress, Hemlock, Poplar,
Shingles.
LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
*3*PHICES LOW. -WCALL OR WRITE.
Also, Farm Machinery, Fertilizers, &c.
Mayl3.’99v.
JOHN ARTHUR, _
Carriage *
UNDERTAKER,
Fork P. 0., Baltimore Comity, Md.
49TCARRIAGES OF ALL KINDS ON HAND AND BUILT TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
TT AT T\T7' HP A T/ TAT P In connection with the abovo I carry on Undertaking in
IJNI JK K A!\l Nl l all its branches. lam a PRACTICAL EMBALMER and
- rx have everything of the latest improvement for carrying on
the same, and every case shall have my personal attention. May27,’99y.
(xaitlier’s # Express,
J. H. GAITHER, Proprietor,
Successor to Hess 9 Towson Express,
119 SOUTH HOWARD STREET,
TELEPHONES -j hOMe'cco!' ’ BALTIMORE, MD.
Towson, Govanstown, Waverly, Roland Park, Woodberry,
Mount Washington, Pikesville, Arlington,
Walbrook, Calverton.
tSTALL KINDS OF HAULING IN THE CITY. Mch.25,’99y.
THE K f * V
Will take on one or more shippers, under permanent arrangements and at
good prices, to take the place of a shipper of ioo gallons.
Apply at OFFICE, 220 E. PRESTON ST., BALTIMORE,
Dec.gPtßapt.2. ASA B. GarDINBR, Jr.
WILLIAM A. LEE,
TOWSON, MD.,
Sf GROCERIES,
Teas and Coffees,
Canned Goods,
Cigars and Tobacco, w.
Boots and Shoes, Tf
FLOUR, FEED, HAY & STRAW,
Phosphate, Lime and Cement,
ALL REPAIRS FOR OLIVER AND BISSELL
CHILLED PLOWS.
GARDEN TOOLS, GRASS AND GARDEN
SEEDS.
All Goods Found in a First-Class Store.
Jan. 13.—3 m.
STEVENSON’S COAL YARDS
RIDER, N. C. R. R.
COAL of ALL KINDS
For sale at Lowest Market Rates.
*a~Or()ers filled promptly. A share of patron
age solicited. Address,
’A LLEN STEVESON,
Rider P. 0., Baltimore county. Md.
Scpt.3o,’99y.
J. MAURICE WATKINS A SON,
—DIALERS IH—
Staple, Fancy & Green Groceries
Fruits in season. Fresh and Salt Meats.
Full line of Tobaccos, Foreign and Domestic
Cigars. <fcc.
Tribune Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries & Repairs.
TOWSON. Md.
JVujctLattjeem
SLADK & BISTKAU,
TOWSON, Mb.
HAKKV BOSLEY,
MANOR, BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md.
JM. T. FIBHPAW & SONS,
. HEBBVILLE, BALTO. COUNTY, Md,
WILLIAM N. MAYS,
RUHL’S P. 0., BALTO. COUNTY, Md.
CW. SCHMIDT,
. BUNNYBROOK, Md.
WILLIAM C. SPARKS,
TOWSON, Md.
Am. ruby,
• GLYNDON, BALTO. COUNTY, Md.
YTTILLIAM C. O’DELL,
W HERNWOOD, BALTO. COUNTY, Md.
C'f ALEB S. HOBBS,
J RANDALLSTOWN. BALTO. COUNTY.
JAMES L. NORWOOD,
UPPER FALLS, BALTIMORE COUNTY.
Thomas c. biddison,
GARDENVILLE, BALTO. COUNTY.
Henry Walter,
PERRY HALL. BALTO. COUNTY.
T' HOMAS J. WELLS,
UPPER FALLS, BALTIMORE COUNTY.
j “
Chesapeake Hotel,
TOWSON, MO.
When you come to Towson visit CHESA
! PEAKE HOTEL, corner of York Road and
i Chesapeake Avenue. First-class accommoda-
I tions. Always opeD to the public.
First-class BAR ATTACHED, where the finest
' Brands of CHOICE LIQUORS will be served.
A share of the public patronage solicited.
N0v.4,'90y. W. C. SPARKS, Manager.
WILLIAM HANNEMANN,
BUCCESSOR TO FRANK EMORY,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WORKER,
Shop—Allegany Ave., near Held’s Bakery,
TOWSON, Md.
Particular attention paid to Metallic Roofing,
i Gutters and Spouts. Hot-Air Fumacesand Fire
I Place Stoves. Tinware, See., Neatly Repaired.
EVOrders sollaited. [May 27,’Wy.
I
pLiacjcllanjecrus.
LOANS NEGOTIATED on DEAL ESTATE
Farms, Dwellings, Village Lots and all
kinds of Real Property Bought
and Sold.
LONGNECKER BROS.,
Heal Estate Agents ami Brokers,
TOWSON, Md.
Have the following properties for sale:
No. 10, TWENTY ACRES OF UNIMPROVED
LAND in Lutherville.
No. 11, Several desirable Building Lots in Tow
sontown.
No. 17, FARM OF 140 ACRES, near Towsontown,
eligibly located and in line condition; large
dwelling, good barn and other buildings.
No. 67, 11 BUILDING LOTS at Parkton, N. C.
R. It. Also, A TRACTOF ABOUTIOUACRES,
one-half cleared, balance in timber. Also, LOT
OF 6 ACRES adjoining the above.
No. 61, A frame dwelling on Ware avenue, near
the Catholic Church, Towsontown; lot 40x150
feet; line garden, water convenient, variety of
fruit.
No. 70, FARM OF 120 ACRES in Montgomery
county, Md., 15 miles from Frederick, 23 miles
from Washington and K of a mile from Dicker
son Station, on Metropolitan Branch R. R.
No. 70, A FARM OF 175 ACRES (125 acres
cleared), about 2 miles west of the Northern
Central R. R.; new frame dwelling, frame barn
and all other buildings as good as new.
No. 85, A TRACT OF LAN Din the 11th district,
containing 450 acres, 40 acres cleared, balance
has on it a splendid growth of timber; near
Cowenton Station B. Sc O. R. R„ and 3 miles
from Glenarm, M. C. K. R.
No. 02, Lot on turnpike, in Towsontown, im
proved by two-story frame house, containing
6 rooms and garret, with cellar; pumpat door.
No. 05, FARM OF 85 ACRES, 20 miles from Bal
timore on the Vork turnpike, 2 miles from
Monkton. N. C. R. R.: 50 acres cleared, balance
in timber.
No. 06, Farm of a little less than 150 ACRES, 10
minutes’ walk from station on Maryland Cen
tral railroad; fine house, large barn and all
buddings good as new.
No. 103, Two-story and attic double frame dwel
ling, on east Chesapeake avenue, near York
road, Towsontown; lot 150 by 90 feet, in fee.
No. 107, LOT OF 2 ACRES, k of a mile south of
Warren Factory and 1 mile cast of the York
turnpike; double frame house, with 7 rooms,
good as new: new stable and carriage house.
No. 108, FARM OF 128 ACRES, 90 acres under
cultivation, balance timber, within 1 mile of
Walker’s Switch and 114 miles of Bentley Sta
tion, N. C. R. H.; large frame dwelling, bank
barn and necessary buildings; two orchards
and an abundance of spring water.
No. 118, FARM of 105 ACRES, near Fork, 11th
district, within IK miles of Baldwin Station, M.
C. R. R., near Harford turnpike; stone dwelling
and barn.
No. 110, FARM OF 228 ACRES, K mile of Em
ory Grove Station, W. M. R. R.; buildings of all
kinds and in good repair; water in every field;
good fences; 50 acres in timber.
No. 121, FARM OF 244 ACRES. 19 miles from
Baltimore, 2 miles from Finksburg Station, W.
M. R. R.; frame house, tenant house, new bank
barn, log barn, with shedding; buildings in best
condition.
No. 136, Property known as GERMAN’S HO
TEL, on the York road, 3K miles from city
limits; large house and stabling and shedding for
85 horses; 6 acres of highly improved land.
No. 143, FARM OF 12U ACRES, near a rail
road station and convenient to turnpike; dwel
ling, barn and other buildings; will be included
in the sale all the horses, cattle, terming imple
ments of every kind.
No. 155, FARM OF 37K ACRES, on Rolling
road, near Catonsville; dwelling, barn and all
necessary buildings; 1,200 fruit trees.
No. 100, A farm of about 325 Acres, on My
Lady’s Manor. 10th district, within IK miles of
Monkton, N. C. R. R.; 150 acres cleared, balance
timber land; large dwelling, barn and other out
buildings ; plenty of water and all kinds of fruit.
No. 165, A farm of 167 Acres, on road leading
from Glyndon to Butler, in the 4th district, and
in close proximity to the proposed Maryland
Midland R. K.; land productive; stone dwelling,
barn and other outbuildings; water, fruit, &c.
No. 170, Aboutl7K Acres of unimproved land,
on road leading from Charles street avenue to
Ruxton.N. C. R. R., adjoining properties of Jas.
Boyce. Chas. D. Fisher and others. It is within
* of a mile of Ruxton and IK miles to Wood
brook Station. M. C. R. lb, with fine drives in all
directions.
No. 178, A farm of 147 Acres, all cleared ex
cept 35 acres; good barn and other buildings, ex
cept dwelling; land very productive; fine fruit,
excellent water and distant about 3 miles from
Baldwin Station, M. C. R. R.
No. 187, Vacant Lot, very desirable, on Dela
ware avenue, Towsontown, about 78 bv 150 feet,
nicely located; for sale cheap.
LONGNECKER BROS.,
Real Estate Agents and Brokers.
Office of The Union. Towsontown. Md.
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THE IHcCALL COMPANY,
ISS-146 West Hlh Sew York City, 8. L
URBAN’S RESTAURANT,
ON THE YORK ROAD,
Oppo. Lee Building, TOWSON, MD.
As heretofore, I will always keep on hand the
FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & BRANDIES
Alio, Brown Stoat, Bass’ Ale, Forter
—AND THE—
Choicest Brands of Champagne, Claret, Ac
THE BEST BEER on draught and in bottles for
family use. A large stock of CIGARS
of best brands always on hand.
Summer residents can always be supplied at
city prices.
Ample Stabling and Shedding and polite hostler
always in attendance.
GEORGE W. BOWEN, Managor.
N0v.11,’99y.
H. JOESTING, Jr.,
UW TOBACCONIST
—: TWO STORKS
7 E. Baltimore Street, near Charles,
402 £. Baltimore Street, near Holliday,
BALTIMORE, Mu.
The Largest Variety of Pipes
IN THE CITY.
Sept.9,’99y.
F. COCKEY, Jr.,
With Matiry A Donnelly,
(reneral Insurance Agents & Brokers
Established 1875,
34 SOUTH ST., BALTIMORE.
Fire, Marine, Life, Accident, Steam Boiler,
Plate Glass and Casualty.
Long Distance Telephone 226.
VST Representing, as I do, well known compa
nies, I solicit a share of patronage from my
friends in Baltimore county. Jan. 28.—tf.
—CONSULT—
E. M. KUECHLER,
YORK ROADnear CHESAPEAKE Ave.
TOWSON, MD.
—HOUSES EQUIPPED FOR ELECTRIC
LIGHTING.
Regular Alarms and Bells of all kinds.
Locksmith Work of Every Description
ALL KINDS OF LOCKS.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED.
N0v.4,’99y.
REMOVAL^—^
—: of
JOHN T. KAUFFMAN & SON,
—: to
104 N. Cay Street, Baltimore,
—MANUFACTURERS OF—
HARNESS & SADDLES,
SATCHELS AND TRUNKS,
From the Cheapest to the Best. Also, a full line
of Blankets, Robes and everything apper
taining to the business.
Nov.ffi.Wy.
<zrr non to loan in sums of SI,OOO
( .Ul AND UPWARD.
Apply to E. W. HERMAN.
June!.—tf. Attorney at Law, Towson, Md.
£ite gables.
j^cnnsylvanialramlkoad^
•Daily. §Daily, except Sunday.
For the West and North.
Trains leave Calvert Station as follows
4.50 A. M-. daily (Union Station 4.55 A. M > for
Williamsport and Lock Haven,
8.45 A. M. (Union Station 8.55 A. M.) week-da vs
8.15 A. M. Sundays (Union Station 8.20 A. M ) for
Pittsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville and
St. Louis; Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls
Lock Haven and Kane, week-days. '
11.46 A. M. (Union Station 12.00 M.) dally Pitts
burg and Cleveland; Renovo, Williamsport and
Elmira, week-days.
11.45 A. M. (Union Btation 12.00 M.) daily. Lim
ited, Pittsburg, Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo, Cin
cinnati, Louisville. St. Louis.
4.35 P. M. daily (from Union Station) for Pitts
burg. Chicago. Nashville, (via Cincinnati and
Louisville) Indianapolis, St. Louis and Williams
port.
8.25 P. M. daily (Union Stationß.4o P. M.)Pltts
burg, Chicago, Cleveland. Cincinnati, Louis
ville and St. Louis; Toledo, Rochester, Erie Buf
falo and Niagara Falls except Saturday ’
11*1 P- {Union Station 11.65 P. M.) daily,
Pittsburg. Chicago, Buffalo. Rochester, Niagara
Falls, Erie; Cleveland except Saturday 88
Sf-10 £• £{• Deposit Accommodation.
54.20 P. M. Oxford Accommodation
For Annapolis, 7.31, 8.50 A. M., and 5.31 P
M. week-days. Sundays, 8.50 A. M. and 4.'10 P M
lor Pope’s Creek Line, 7.31 A. M. and 4 37 P M
week-days. *
From President Street.
16.00 A. M. Mail for Philadelphia
York M ‘ E:!:pre88 for Philadelphia and New
si m A p S p„ D , d A?’ Accommodation.
h'TY S’ w Deposit Accommodation.
§4.11 P. M. Oxford Accommodation.
§6.25 P. M. Express for Philadelphia
From Union Station.
For Philadelphia and New York.
I. 8.03, (Dining Car) 8.23, 8.53. 9.15, 10.08, 10.65
(Dining Car) A. M„ 12.05, (Dining Car from Wil
D 46. 4.20, 4.57 (Limited Dining Car)
5.58 (Dining Car) 7.53, 11.35 P. M.. week-davs
M Un l® ntwni <5 inin / Car) v 9.15.10.08 a!
7.2, H ( ?,4 I ? ln . in K £ ar - from Wilmington) 1.18,
7‘53 imPJI Dinlng Car ). 5.58 (Dining Car)
4J £’/ 26 ’ and 9 ~° A.
£ eeMays - suod.ys.e.a
F and*s*sß P^M^da]_ hange ’ •“ A.M. week-days,
Port Deposit Accommodation, §2.15 P. Peniu
8{' a fjOTJpOP. M-. Oxford Accommoda
tion, §4.25 P. M. Sundays, Perryvllle Accom
modation, 8.30 A. M.
Express, 2.55,5.60,6.22,6.40.7.36
8.a5, 9.34,10.34 A. M„ 12.00 nooff. 12.40, 1.46 2 15
I’SSpu ß ’?’ 7 - 10 ’ <7.30 Limited.) 8.27,
n'oj’ 9 ' l9 f 9 -5° P-“• Sundays, 2.55, 6.22,6.40.8.55,
7!l0 (7.3-j"Lriidted,°) n 8.27. 9.16,
“ M n : p - M Sunda^
For Annapolis, 7.36, 8.55 A. M„ 12.40 and 5.85. P.
M. week-days. On Sunday, 8.55 A. M. 4.20 P. M.
lor Pope’s Creek Line, 7.36 A. M. and 4.42 P. M.
weekdays.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida and the
bou tb, 2.56 A. M. and 1.46 P. M. daily. Florida
Special 5 05 P. M. week-days.
Southern Hailway Express for Florida, New Or
leans, and the South, 9.34 A. M„ 8.27, 9.10 P. M
daily. Florida Limited 5.22 P. M. week-days.
Norfolk and Western Railway. For Memphis
and New Orleans, 8.27 P. M. daily ‘
CI SSp. Kuv. K - R - 12 - 4 U P - M -
From Pennsylvania Avenue Station.
Kor Philadelphia and New York, 959 A. M. 621
5.50, 7.47,11.19 P. M., and 12.58 night daily. ’
Por iPhiladelphia only, 1.11, 3.00 and 0.35 P. M.
For Tips ton, without change, 5.50 P. M. daily.
1 i B^ n U E^ pr ? B , 8 ’ *<•■ A. M. 2.2oand
4.25, 6.09 p M. daily. 6.54. 7.41 A. M. week-days.
M- ’ P u uday only. Accommodation, 6.60
A. M. week-days, 12.50 and 6.39 P. M. daily.
Sundays only. 8.35 A. M.
For Annapolis, 7.41, 9.00 A. M. 5.39 P. M. week
days. Sunday, 9.00 A. M. and 4.25 P. M.
For Pope’s Creek Line, 7.41 A. M. and 4.47 P. M.
week-daj's.
Seashore Connections (from Union Station.)
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge,
i imSirnD 4 m’ I*- 6 '* Congressional
Limited) P M daily; via Market Street Wharf
M., 12.05 and 1.40P.M. week-days, and 1.08
A. M. daily.
daTly r CaPe May< 13 '° 5, P ‘ M ' week ' dl O' s ' 1-08 A. M.
Leave Washington for Baltimore.
Ti^’J- 20 ’ 7 B6 ' 8K - 9 -°°- 10.00, 10-50,11.00, A. M
12.15,12.45. 12.58, 2.01, 3.15. 3.30, (4.00, Limited),
t?2nr. 31 u 5-( 2?’ 5 ' 4 , 0 ’ 6 - 15 ’ 0- 50 ' 7 - 20 < 10-00,10.40,11.25,
11.50 P. M. Sundays, 7.00,7.20,8.15,9.00,9.06,10.50,
11.00, A. M„ 12.16.1.15, 2.01, 3.15, 3.30, (4.00 Limi
For tickets and time-tables to all points apply
at Calvert Station, at northeast corner Balti
more and Calvert streets, and at Union Station.
Baggage called for and checked on orders left
at Office, northeast corner Baltimore and Cal
vert streets.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Paeeenger Agent.
AND OHIO RAILROAD. ~
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT, May 31,1897.
For Chicagoand Northwest, Mt. Royal Station
8.45,10.18 A. M„ 6.42 P. M. daily.
Camden Station, 9.00,10.45, A. M„ 7.00 P. M.
For Cincinnati. St. Louis and Louisville. Mt.
Royal Station, 10.18 A. M., 2.24 P. M., 9.62 P. M.
daily.
Camden Station, 10.45 P. M.
For Pittsburg and Sta
ilaily, 7.4J^^^^^^^aumluy.
yj’ .
1 II Slut ;<HUH I*. ilffH
For New (Irleaus, MempliisTimlMßlSffllClß
tanooga, Knoxville, Bristol and Roanoke, Mt.
Royal Station, 9.52.
Camden Station, 10.10 P. M. daily. Sleeping car,
Baltimore to New Orleans and Washington to
Memphis.
For Luray, Mt. Hoyal Station, 2.24 P. daily.
Camden Station, 2.40 P. M„ daily.
FOR WASHINGTON.
Mt. Royal Station, week days. x 6.00, x 7.45. X 8.45.
xlO.lB A. M„ X 12.38, x 2.24. x 3.32, x 5.38, x 6.42, X 7.47,
*9.52, xlO.lB P. M. Sunday. x 6.00, X 8.45, xlO.lB A,
M„ X 2.24, X 3.32. xf1.42, 9.52, xlO.lB P. M.
Camden Station, week-days, 5.00, x 0.15, x 6.25.
6.3.7, X 7.20, X 8.00,8.35, xfl.OO, X 10.30, x 10.45 A.M., 12.10,
x 12.50, X 2.40. 2.50, (x 3.45 45 minutes) X 4.16, X 5.15.
(45 minutes) 5.20, x 6.00, 6.18, x 7.00, x 7.30, x 7.58, 9.15,
* 9 -*0- x 10.55 ,11.30 P. M. Sunday, x 0.25,6.35, 8.36,
x 9.0(), x)0.12, x 10.25 A. M„ x 1.00,1.05, X 2.40, (3.45, (4|l
minutes) 5.20, 6.18, x 7.00, X 7.30, 9.15, X 9.40, x 10.66,
11.30 P. M.
For Annapolis, Mt. Royal Station. t 7.05, *8.50
A. M„ +12.41 P. M. Camden Station, 7.20, 9.00 A.
M., 12.50 and 12.50,5.20 P. M. On Sunday, 9.00 A.
M. and 5.20 P. M.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND
PHILADELPHIA.
All trains Leave Camden Station, Illuminated
with Pintsch light.
LEAVE MT. ROYAL STATION 7 MINUTES LATER.
For New York, Boston and the East, week
days, (7.55 Dining car) 8.50 (10.50 Dining car) A.M„
12.50, (1.45 Dining car) 3.48, (6.00 Dining car) P. M.
(1.15 night, Sleeping car from Mt. Royal Station,
open for passengers 10.00 P. M.) Sundays, (7.55.
9.50 Dining car) A. M., (1.45 Dining car) 3.48, (6.00
Dining car), P. M., (1.15 night. Sleeping car from
Mt. Royal Station, open for passengers 10.00 P.M.)
For Atlantic City, 10.50 A. M„ 12.50, 1.45 P. M.
Sundays 1.45 P. M.
For Philadelphia, Newark, Wilmington and
Chester, week days, (7.55 Dining car,) 8.60, (10.50
stoppingat Wilmington only. Dining car,) A. M.
12.50, (1.45 Dining car, stopping at Wilmington
only,) 3.48, (6.00 Dining car) 9.00 P. M., 1.16 night.
Sundays, (7.55,9.50 Diningcar) A. M., (1.45 Dining
car) 3.48, (6.00 Dining ear), 9.00 P. M., 1.15 night.
For local stationson Phila. Dlv., week days. 8.00
A. M.,3.00. 6.05 P. M. Sundays, 8.30 A. M., 5.05
P.M. ’
LEAVE CAMDEN STATION.
For Frederick, 7.30 A. M.. 1.20, 4.30 and 5.25 P.
M. On Sunday, 9.35 A. M. and 5.25 P. M.
For Winchester, +7.30, +10.47 A. M., +2.40,+4.30
For Hagerstown, +9.00 A. M., +4.10, +4.30 P. M.
For Mt. Airy and way stations, week days. 7.30
A. M., 1.20, 4.30, 5.25, 6.30, 11.10 P. M. Sunday.
9.35 A. M.. 5.25, 6.30,11.10 P. M.
1 For Ellicott City, week days. 6.40, 7.30,11.00 A.
M., 1.20,3.30,4.30,5.25,6.80,11.10P.M. Sunday,9.3s
A. M.,5.25. 6.30,11.10 P.M.
For Curtis Hay, week days, 6.28 A. M. Leave
Curtis Bay, week days, 5.05 P. M.
tExcept Sunday. §Sunday only. ‘Daily.
xExpress train.
Baggage called for and checked from hotels
and residences by Union Transfer Co. on orders
left at Ticket Offices:
N. W. COR. CALVERT AND BALTIMORE
BTB., 230 S. Broadway, Mt. Royal Station or Cam
! den Stations.
W. M. GREENE, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent.
yyrKSTKRN MARYLAND RAILROAD
Schedule taking effect January 16.1900.
Leave Hlllen Station as follows:
DAILY.
4.30 A. M.-Fast Mail, Main Line, N. and W. R.
R., and the South and ox. Sunday P. V. R. JJ,,
Chambersburg, Martinsburg and Winchester.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
7.22 A. M.—York and B. Sc H. Div. and Main line
cast of Emory Grove; also, Carlisle and G. A
H. R. R.
8.23 A. M.—Main Line, Shippensburg, Freder
ick, Emmltsburg and N. Sc w. R. R. to Shenan
doah.
10.17 A. M.—Accom. for Union Bridge, York,
Gettysburg.
2.25 P. M.—Accommodation for Emory Grove.
3.32 P. M.—Express for York and B. Sc H. Div.
4.08 P. M.—Ex. Main Line Points, also Frederick.
Emmitsburg, Shippensburg and N. Sc W. R. R.
6.23 P. M.—Accom. for Emory Grove.
6.10 P. M.—Accom. for Union Bridge.
11.25 P. M.—Accommodation for Emory Grove.
SUNDAYS ONLY.
9.35 A.M.—Accom.for Unionßridgeand Hanover.
2.35 P. M.—Accom. for Union Bridge.
4.00 P. M.—Accom. for Emory Grove.
10.55 P. M.—Accom. for Emory Grove.
Ticket and Baggage Office, 111 E. Balto. street.
Trains stop at Union, Pennsylvania avenue,
I Fulton, Walbrook (North avenue) Stations.
J. M. HOOD, General Manager.
B. H. GRISWOLD. Gen’l Pass. Agent.
A LEHIGH RAILWAYCCL
On and after Sunday. Oct. 22d, 1899, trains on
Baltimore and Lehigh Railway will arrive and
leave North Ave. Station, Baltimore, as follows:
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
7.40 A. M. for Cardiff. 8.35 A.M. from Belair.
9.30A.M. “ lielair. 9.10 A.M. “ Cardiff.
4.00 P. M. “ Cardiff. 1.30 P.M. “ Belair.
6.30 P.M. “ Belair. 6.00 P.M. “ Cardiff.
BUNDAY TRAINS.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
8.30 A.M. for Cardiff. 9.25 A.M. from Cardiff.
4.00 P.M. *• “ 8.00 P.M. “
6.30P.M. “ Belair. 9.30P.M. “ Belair.
Leave Towson for Baltimore, daily, except Sun
day, at 8.10. 8.50 A. M.. and 1.10, 5.36 P. M.
Arrive at Towson from Baltimore, daily, except
Sunday.at 8.05,9.51 A. M.. and 4.23,6.64 P. M.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Leave Towson for Baltimore at 9.01 A. M. and
5.36, 9.08 P. M.
Arrive at Towson from Baltimore at 8.54 A. M..
and 4.24, 6.54 P. M.
Note.— Trains will not stop at Hampden, Guil
ford and Blithewood.
W. A. MOORE. General Manager.
JJARRY BOSLEY,
-: AUCTIONEER :-
MANOR P. 0., BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md.
I will give my personal attention to the Auc
tioneering of Personal Property and Real Estate
Sales. A share of public patronage solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed. Dec. 2.—tf.

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