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The plates may be of the “ kjuuu.wnrtn'ff rompreteiy enclosed in m absorbent envelope of wood pulp or similar ma terial, and in the spaces between these envel opes perforated fillers or sheets of absorbent material arc placed. Both the envelopes and the fillers absorb the electrolyte and expand, holding the active material from dropping to the bottom of the cell. The perforations of tho fillers form enclosed receptacles, and permit the use of a greater quantity of the electrolyte than could be used if the fillers were solid. “The Book of the Dead,” of which a new por tion has been issued by the British Museum, Is of great scientific importance. It comprises ancient Egyptian tomb inscriptions, which were prepared to aid in keeping the body from decay and thus ensuring a future life, and its papyri, etc., date from about 1660 to 100 B. C. There are five of the papyri, with illustrations that are of much interest and rare specimens of ancient art. An earlier volume illustrates tho history of the "Book of the Dead” from 2COO to 1700 B. C. From a recent investigation on tne influence of pressure on milk, it appears that milk under a pressure of ten tons could be shipped a five or ten days’ journey without fear of spoiling, but the cylinders capable of carrying such a pres sure would probably weigh more than the milk. Great pressure applied for a short time greatly delayed souring. After a pressure of thirty eight to twelve hours, milk will usually ke6p sweet three to five days, and after a pres sure of forty tons at 120° F. for an hour, meat , kept in good condition for three months. A *** Instantaneous photographs taken by M. Louis Boutan with a camera ten feet under water have shown fishes two yards away, and he es timates that good Instantaneous pictures can be had from a camera submerged 25 feet below the surface. A rapid method of relief painting on wood or stone, recently patented by Wilhelm Tlinwald of Stuttgart, is reported to produce excellent results. Over a priming of wood color or col ored glaze, six or eight coats of a mixture of di luted size and chalk are spread, a layer about a fifth of an inch thick being thus formed. Each coat is rubbed down, while wet, with pumice stone, by which all pores are closed. Upon this surface tho design is painted or stencilled in moderately thick lines and with not too fat a paint, and after this is dry all the uncovered places are treated with sponge or brush and softened water containing a little potassium bi chromate. Tho design' in fat paint remains raised, while all the rest is washed away more or leas deeply. The potassium bichromate pene ©fe trates deeply, and after exposure to light soon makes the mass impervious to water. DormmaUna^aboautif nilvj^eonijntr.f musical instrument, an invention that seems to be an heirloom from prehistoric civilization. The instrument resembles in principle the xylo phone. with the addition under each piece of a sounding box of a size corresponding to the note. Some of the instruments, mounted on stands, have as many as 45 tones, and are played by four or five operators. The tones are not short and sharp like those of the xylophone, but a . _ are sustained by tho sounding boxes in an organ- P*^Tihfcaelody. I *’* The use of fish wasto for oil, as M. E. Andrcoli points out, originated in France, although the idea has not succeeded there. In England not only fish guano but also insulators are made from the thickened oil, and fiber saturated with tho oil is profitably employed for pulleys, car riage wheels, saddle pads and objects of art. Treated like similar insulating materials, the oiled fiber is said to be superior to vulcan fiber and hard rubber, selling at much more than double the cost of production. M. Andreoli im proves the oil by ozonizing. *** A conical caisson, claimed to make it possible to work on a river bed at less atmospheric pres sure than heretofore, is the invention of a Rus sian engineer, and is to be practically tested on the Neva. The process by which an English factory con l verts rancid butter, bought up at a low price, I into fresh butter is stated to consist in work ■ ing into a uniform semi-liquid mas 9 with fresh A buttermilk, then blowing through this a current of hot air, and rfterward a current of cold air. The former-expeis the butyric acid to which tho VL MP.c-ji and taste of rancid butter are due, while any impurities present fall to the bottom. The cold air separates the butter into globules, when It is kneaded with water, salted, colored a 1 little if necessary, and is ready for sale as fresh butter. r *% Coal is among the materials that have proven effective as a filter for sewage. In a paper to ( British engineers, Mr. Ernest Berrington has , described a coal filter, ninety square yards in area, that has been doing good work at Wolver hampton. The coal, in sizes Irom half-inch cubes at the bottom to fine dust at the top, is laid to a depth of five feet over the drain pipes. The sewage is applied from perforated surface • pipes, and percolates continuously through the filter for twelve hours a day, the filter being given a like period to aerate. The work of fil tration is at the rate of a million gallons daily s per acre. About ninety per cent, of the organic 1 matter is removed, and in conjunction with set- ’ n gburxanks the results are even better. A remarkable language, first mado known in parts of Liberia and Sierra Leon. It is the only 1 true native writing of negroes, and the only syllabic alphabet existing in Africa. M. M. | Delafosse. who has been studying tho subject. ( considers that the alphabet dates back at least 200 years instead of to 1829 or 1839, as was for merly supposed. The alphabet contains 226 characters. , A novel carriage and bicycle lamp is claimed . by a French chemist. It uses acetylene, which ' Is generated in a porous vessel by tho moisturo j passing through from an outside water vessel, 1 the water not being in actual contact with the carbide. An electrical refrigerator, evaporating ammo- ? nia by the electric current without machinery, is the Idea of a Scotch engineer. c TTAI l ABLE FARMS FOR SALK. <3 A FARM CONTAINING 142 ACRES AND 143 - PERCHES OF LAND, more or less,JO* 1 Ba with necessary improvements in good*Tr condition, situated in the 7th district of Balti- ’ more county, on the road leading from New j Market to the Pennsylvania Line, and also to Gorsuch Mills, about IS miles from the village J of New Market. s Also, A FARM CONTAINING 44 ACRES AND 1 18 SQUARRPERCHES OF LAND, AM more or less. The improvements i are a good GRIST MILL, and other necessary build 1 ngs.—.llUaß These two properties adjoin I other and will be sold together. They will be sold low down in price and credit payments will made very easy to an early buyer. Address. LONGNECKER BROS., t Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Jan. 13.—tf- I No. 217.1 Towsontown, Md. t -IJIOR SALE. " A beautiful farm containing 50 ACRES,© t large dwelling, barn, corn house, &c.; within TO j minutes’ drive of Loch Raven Station, B. & L. R. K • plenty of fruit and excellent water. The views from this farm are the most attractive in Baltimore county; land kind and easily improv ed • within a short distanceof the Harford turn pike and convenient to churches, school, mill, store, &e. Further pa^c^so^app,, cat,on to v INo. 290.1 Real Estate. Towson, Md. June s.—tf. physicians. TAR. JAMES H. JARRETT, TOWSON, MD. Office hours from 7 to 10 A. M., and 6 to 10 P. M. Apr.B,’99y. J. ROYSTON GREEN, NORTH BALTIMORE AVENUE, Near Trinity Church, TOWSON, Md. Office Hours—B.3o to 10 A. M., 2 to 0 and 6 to 7.80 P. M. Telephone—Towson Hotel. July 29.—11 m. Dr. k. c. massenbukg, —OFFICE— AT DRUG STORE OF KASBENBURG & SON, Odd Fellows’ Hall, Towson, Md. *-Night Bell at Residence.*®* Fob. 8.—12 m. at gain. WGILL SMITH, m . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office—No. 1 Bmedley Row, Towsontown. AAV. 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 LAAV, PIPER BUILDING, TOWSON, Md. EAV. HERMAN, • ATTORNEY AT LAW, PIPER BUILDING, TOWSON. Md. RANK I. DUNCAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Piper Building, oppo. Court House, Towson. Noah e. offutt, ATTORNEY AT LAW t3s^Money to Loan. TOWSON, Md. npHOMAS J. HUNTER, X ATTORNEY AT LAW, TOWSON, Md. JOHN J. TIMANUS, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAAV, Piper Building, Towson, Md. Stevenson a. avilliams, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bel Air, Harford County, Md. Henry 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. 13 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 How, Towson, Md. TITILLIAM H. LAWRENCE, VY ATTORNEY AT LAW, City Office, 213 St. Paul St. ;Towson Office, Smed ley Row. JOHN S. BIDDISON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, With John F. Gontrum, Dsn., Piper Building, Towson, Ma. 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. DO. McINTOSH, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offices—Towsontown Md., and 12 St. Paul street, Baltimore city. Arthur p. shanklin, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 6 Smedley ltow, 26 Bank of Balto. Bdg. Towson. Baltimore. AA. PIPER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, f TOWSONTOWN, Md. Laban sparks, ATTOREY AT LAW, No. 224 ST. PAUL STREET. BALTIMORE, Md. Practice in the County and City Courts. TEFFERSON D. NORRIS, 11 ATTORNEY AT LAW, Room 45 Glenn Building. 12 St. Paul st., Balti more. Glyndon and Iteisterstown, Saturdays. EWMoney 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. , Adam anstine, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office—Room 706 Fidelity Building. N. W. Cor. Charles and Lexington Streets, Baltimore, Md. Prompt attention to county business. JOHN F. CONREY, 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., EW*Every 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. T L. G. LEE, tt . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Law Department, B. & O. Central Building, Bal timore, Md. Every Saturday at Belair. Md. Robert h. bussey, 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. I®-All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt and careful at tention. JFRED. 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. Dutscber Advocat and Rcchts 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 G. 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 House. Baltimore Office—Rooms Nos. 20 and 21 Van sant Building, East Lexington street, opposite Postoffico. 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 in Countv or City. JOHN F. HEISBE, Jnstice of the Peace, Collector of Claims and Conveyancer, MONKTON, BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. July 18.—tf. orr / \f\l\ TO LOAN IN SUMS OF *I,OOO tj) I .UUU AND UPWARD. Apply to E. W. HERMAN. June*.—tf. Attorney at Law, Towson, Md. fftiscellanEOUs. DR. MARTIN’S AA Homoeopathic iUIJREM EDI ES I. ■■■■ ■— o NOT CURE-ALLS. - A SEPARATE CURE FOR EACH DISEASE. qn DIFFERENT CURES FORI n„ 00 DIFFERENT DISEASES lUb. Dr. Martin's Rheumatism Cure 100- Dr. Martin’s Female Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Female Tablets 10c. • Dr. Martin’s Blood and Skin Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Dyspepsia and Indigestion Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Kidney Cure •}(<;. Dr. Martin’s Heart Cure 10c. • Dr. Martin’s Cathartic 10c. * Dr. Martin’s Catarrh Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Catarrh Tablets 10c. Dr. Martin’s Nerve Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Cholera Morbus Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Fever Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Headache Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Diarrhoea and Dysentery Cure..loc. Dr. Martin’s Liver and Constipation Cure....loc. 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. I)r. 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 )oc. * Dr. Martin’s Asthma Cure 10c. Dr. Martin’s Asthma Inhalant 10c. ’ —FOR SALE— Towson—Massenburg & Son’s Drug Store. Lutherville—Heilig & Co. , Texaß-E. C. Shipley’B. Cockeysville—Carnes’ Drug Store. Phoenix—Phoenix Store Co. June3tApl.B. . JJR. SAMUEL E. LLOYD, PROPRIETOR BA LTIMORE 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. “william kstansburt,’" , LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, Chesapeake Ave., near York Road, , Enw. J. Rutter, Manager. TOWSON, 3ID. HACKS FURNISHED FOR FUNERALS AND WEDDINGS. 3®*Special attention paid to Livery Horses and stable open all night. I will continue my busincssof Heavy Haulingas heretofore. Terms moderate. A share of business solicited. Mch.il,’99y. :IS YOUR: rsssutt? If not, why not send a postal for me to come and see what it needs ? Reference Grounds at 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 Avenue, Govanstown. , CHARLES E. EHMANN, MARBLE AND GRANITE YARD, YORK ROAD, Near Arlington Ave. —DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Marble and Granite Cemetery and Building Work. Also, Masonry Work, Grading and General Con tractor. Estimates cheerfully given. JulylstJune 24. JAS.M. CARRICO, rpiv i. gpgptp Tsmx wnoiri?n in Stoves, Furnaces and Ranges. Rooting, 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. J3IRE INSURANCE. INSURE YOUR HOMES AND FARM BUILD INGS IN THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN HARFORD COUNTY, BELAIR, MD. (Incorporated in 1843.) Rates 30 per cent, lower than other Companies. All risks prompt ly met. Apply to JAMES KELLEY. Director, Mch. 7.—tf. Towson, Md. JOHN V. SLADE. WILLIAM M. RISTEAU. OLADE & RISTEAU, A UCTIONEERS. Having formed a partnership for the purpose of CONDUCTING THE AUCTIONEERING BUSINESS, we solicit the patronage of the pub lic. This is our business and we guarantee sat isfaction. One of us can always be found at our office. No. 2 SMEDLEY ROW, TOWSON. Mn. Jan. 6. —tf. SLADE & RISTEAU. Envelopes 1 envelopes 1 ENVELOPES For Professional and Business Men, Furnished in large or small lots, with neatly printed corners, at a very small advance on their original cost. LARGE STOCK to select from. OFFICE OF THE UNION, Dec. 6.—tf. Towson. Md. QHAKLES B. McCLEAN, COUNTY SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER, ROOM No. 7 MASONIC BUILDING. TOWSON. Mn. Ap1.1,’99y. N. MAYS. RUHL’S P. 0., BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. Will give prompt attention to sales of Real Estate and Personal Property. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. Nov. 13.- tf CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. A SNUG FARM OF 40 ACRES. (35 cleared), with fair improvements, the finest water and plenty of fruit, within five minutes’ drive of Cockeysville, N, C. R. R. Land has southern ex posure and is well adapted to farming or truck ng. For particulars address LONGNECKER BROS., May 2.—tf. [No. 270.1 Real Estate, Towson, Md JJUILDING I.OTS FOR SALE. Lots 6, 6 and 7, Section E. on the plat of?P the suburban village of Mellinee, 15 minutes’ ride from Baltimore by the Western Maryland R. R. Lots on north side of Mellineeavenue and well located within a short distance of railroad. Plat shown. Apply to No. 301. LONGNECKER BROS., Apl.l6.—tf. Real Estate. Towson. Md. JjtOß SALE. A SMALL FARM, at Blenheim, 10th dis-fll triet, Baltimore county, containing 21 ACRES; nicely improved and productive; good water and plenty of fruit. For particulars as to price, etc.. Address, LONGNECKER BROS., No. 319. Real Estate, Towson, Md. Jan. 20.—tf. pORSALE; _ g| A valuable tract of unimproved land near a station on Baltimore & Lehigh Railroad, in Long Green Valley, Baltimore county. There are 30 acres in the tract, and being so conve nient to a station, makes it very desirable prop erty. Address. LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Towson, Md. Jan. 26,—tf. | No. 249.] ■piOß SALE. About 800 ACRES of very valuable farming lands in Baltimore county, situated about3 miles from Glyndon, Western Maryland Railroad. This property will be sold oft easy terms. For further information, address LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents aDd Brokers, June 10.—tf. [No. 284.1 Towson. Md piNE FARM FOR SALE. A very fine farm of about 60 acres, has good buildings and splendid water; soil very pro ductive and situation unsurpassed; healthy and pleasant neighborhood. About fourmiles, in an easterly direction, from Baltimore on a good road. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., Feb.B—tf. [No. 282.] Real Estate, Towson Md, poE SALE. FARM OF 76 ACRES, situated within 15© minutes' drive of Monkton Station, N. C. R. It All cleared except about 3 acres: well watered fairly good fencing but no buildings. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., Mch.l2.-tf. [N0.299] Real Estate, Towson. Md rpoWSON COTTAGE FOR SALE. We offer for sale a snug and eligibly loca-E| ted COTTAG EIN TOWSON. 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Geriiiaii-Ainericaii Insurance Co., N. Y. Continental Insurance Co. North British ami Mercantile Insurance Co. Home Insurance Co. of N. Y. 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. 49“ Representing as I do the 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. IllfCsi We are prepared to accommodate the puljtTS 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,/r of extra charge. We will also deliver goods in Waverly. Govaus town and other points on the Yor* 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. Nov.ll,’o9y. URBAN’S RESTAURANtT ON THE YORK ROAD, Oppo. Lee Building, TOWSON, MD. As heretofore, I will always keep on hand the FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS & BRANDIES; Also, Brown Stoat, Bass’ Ale, Porter —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. Manager. N0v.11,’99y. WM. C. SPARKS, ARTISTIC PAPER HANGER, W. CHESAPEAKE AVENUE, Adjoining Masonic Temple, TOWSON, Md. All work will be done in a business-like way and satisfaction guaranteed. [Ap1.22,’99y. SIO,OOO T^° AN IN SUMS TO SUIT—*IOO AND UPWARDS. Apply to ROBERT H. BLACKBURN, Carney, Baltimore county, Md. Feb. 4.—tf. A. 11. BIELER' oii i r ice: ROOM No. 24, BUILDERS’ EXCHANGE, Apl.lS.Wy. BALTIMORE, MD, BACON HALL FARM -^. ; “TOPS” 1 HEREFORD BEEF CATTLE, : -ONLY- DORSET MUTTON SHEEP, sold. ( BERKSHIRE HOGS. Oct 2i ’99y SI- 3VC- GILLBT, Verona, Md. SOUTHCOMB’S IIIIT 0 Wise Heads Wear Them. N. E. Cor. Baltimore and Holiiday Streets, 8ept.23,’99y. BALTIMORE, MD. i WILSON & KENNEY CO., TOWSON AND LUTHERVILLE. 1 Coal, Lumber, Wl\W Work, Hardware. Paints, Hay, Grain and mil! Feed. —FULL STOCK! — —LOW PRICES! — ALSO A STORE FOR GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT LUTHERVILLE. Ap1.8,’99y. -s*THE BALTIMORE MODEL AND FARMER'S FRIEND-^ I INCUBATORS AND BROODERS Are conceded by those using them to be ""** ENTIRELY SATISFACTORY and the prices arc MUCH LOWER than (.11 other ■ > machines of etandard make. Sncubators from SB to 524, f la Early Full is the best time to commence hatching fort Spring Broilers. I -Jj||Bi©gP| j J Write for catalogue or call and examine samples. special Vfices on ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES. AS'lf you desire to see mo personally.write before calling or I may be away. 1 June24tFeb.lß. S, HOWARD MERRYMAW, Towson, Md. H. E. BARTLESON, COCKEYSVILLE. Md. CONSTANTLY ARRIVING White Pine, Georgia Pine, N. C. Pine. Cvoress, Hemlock, Poplar, Shingles. LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. *9-PRICES LOW. O'CALL OR WRITE. Also, Farm Machinery, Fertilizers, &c. Mayl3,’99v. JOHN ARTHUR, ** Carriage * BuilderX^ZHHEy^ UNDERTAKER, Fork P. 0., Baltimore County, Md. OF ALL KINDS ON HAND AND BUILT TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE. WHILE I AM STILL GRADING MY WORK HIGHER I TTTVTTMTDT A TZTAtr fn connection with the above i carry on Undertaking in UIN JDl_il\ 1 Pi. l\ lIN VJf al* its branches. lam a PRACTICAL EMBALMER and have everything of the latest improvement for carrying on the same, and every case shall have my personal attention. May27,’99y. Gaither’s # Express, J. H. GAITHER, Proprietor, Successor to Hess 9 Towson Express, 119 SOUTH HOWARD STREET, TELEPHONES ] &OMeX BALTIMORE, MD. Towson, Govanstown, Waverly, Roland Park, Woodberry, Mount Washington, Pikesville, Arlington, Walbrook, Calverton. %33" ALL KINDS OP IIAULTMI IN THE CITY. Mch.25,’99y. THE Y Will take on one or more shippers, under permanent arrangements and at good prices, to take the place of a shipper of 100 gallons. Apply at OFFICE, 220 K. PRESTON ST., BALTIMORE, Dee.2otSept.2. ASA B. GARDINER, Jr. WILLIAM A. LEE, TOWSON, MD., S GROCERIES, Teas and Coffees, Canned Goods, 4>" Cigars and Tobacco, Boots and Shoes, 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 I For sale at Lowest Market Rates. filled promptly. A share of patron- ; age solicited. Address. ALLEN STEVESON. Rider P. 0., Baltimore county, Md. Sept.3o.’99y. J. MAURICE WATKINS & SON, —DEALERS IN— Staple, Fancy & Green Groceries Fruits in season. Fresh and Salt Meats. Full line of Tobaccos, Foreign and Domestic ! Cigars. Ac. Tribune Bicycles. Bicycle Sundries & Repairs. July22,’99y. TOWSON, Md. ! Anjctiunxcus. SLADE & RISTEAU, TOWSON, Mo. HAltllV hoslkt, MANOR, BALTIMORE COUNTY, Mo. JM. T. FISH PAW & SONS, . HEBBVILLE, BALTO. COUNTY, Mo. WILLIAM N. MAYS, BUHL’S P. 0., BALTO. COUNTY, Mo. CW. SCHMIDT, . SUNNYBUOOK, Mo. WILLIAM C. SPARKS, TOWSON, Md. Am. ruby, • GLYNDON, BALTO. COUNTY, Md. WILLIAM C. O’DELL, HERNWOOD, BALTO. COUNTY, Md. CIALEB 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. Thomas j. wells, UPPER FALLS, BALTIMORE COUNTY. I Chesapeake Hotel, TOWSON, MD. When you come to Towson visit CHESA PEAKE HOTEL, corner of York Road and Chesapeake Avenue. First-class accommoda tions. Always open to thepublic. First-class BA It ATTACH ED, where the flnes4 Brands of CHOICE LIQUORS will be served. A share of the public patronage solicited. Nov.4,’S9y. W. C. SPARKS, Manager. WILLIAM HANNEMANN, SUCCESSOR TO TRANK EMORY, TIN AND SHEET-IRON WORKER, Shop—Allegany Ave., near Held’s Bakery. TOWSON, Md. ; Particular attention paid to Metallic Roofing, j Gutters and Spouts. Hot-Air Furnaces and Fire i Place Stoves. Tinware, &c„ Neatly Repaired, f fy Orders solicited. [May 27,’Wy. 1 UXiscjellarueous. ESTATE AND LOAM AGENCY. LOANS NEGOTIATED on REAL ESTATE Farms, Dwellings, Village Lots sail all kinds of Beal Property liougbt and Sold. LONGNECKER BROS., Ketil Estate Ascents ami Brokers, TOWSON, Aid. Have the following properties for sale: No. 10, TWENTY ACHES OF UNIMPBOVED LAND in Lutherville. No. 11, Several desirable Building Lota in Tow sontown. No. 17, FARM OFl4oACßES,nearTowsoutown, eligibly located and in line condition; large dwelling, good barn and other buildings. No. 57, 11 BUILDING LOTS at Parkton, N. C. R. R. Also, A TRACT OF ABOUT 100 ACRES, one-half cleared, balance in timber. Also, LOT OF 5 ACRES adjoining the above. No. 61, A frame dwelling on Ware aveuue. 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, 33 miles from Washington and X of a mile from Dicker son Station, on Metropolitan Branch H. R. No. 79, 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 LAND in the 11th district, containing 450 acres, 40 acres cleared, balance has on it a splendid growth of timber; near Cowenton Station B. & 0. R. R., and 3 miles from Glenarm, M. C. R. R. No. 92, Lot on turnpike, in Towsontown, im proved by two-story frame house, containing 8 rooms and garret, with cellar; pump at door. No. 95, FARM OF 85 ACRES, 20 miles from Bal timore on the Fork turnpike, 2 miles from Monkton. N. C. R. H.: 50 acres cleared, balance in timber. No. 90, Farm of a little less than 150 ACRES, 10 minutes’ walk from station on Maryland Cen tral railroad: line house, large barn and all buiidings 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, X of a mile south of Warren Factory and 1 mile east 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 IX miles of Bentley Sta tion, N. C. R. R.; 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 IX miles of Baldwin Station, M. C. It. R., near Harford turnpike; stone dwelling and barn. No. 119, FARM OF 228 ACRES, X mile of Em ory Grove Station, W. M. R. R.; buildings of all kinds and in good repair; water in every held; good fences; 60 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. 126, Property known as GERMAN’S HO TEL, on the York road, 3X miles from city limits; large house and stabling and shedding for 65 horses; 6 acres of highly improved land. No. 142, FARM OF 120 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, frrming imple ments of every kind. No. 155, FARM OF 37X ACRES, on Rolling road, near Catonsville; dwelling, barn and all necessary buiidings; 1,200 fruit trees. No. 160, A farm of about 325 Acres, on My Lady’s Manor, 10th district, within IX miles of Monkton, N. C. R. It.; 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. R.; land productive; stone dwelling, barn and other outbuildings; water, fruit, &c. No. 170, Aboutl7X 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 X of a mile of Ruxton and IX miles to Wood brook Station. M. C. R. R., 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. yALUABLE FARM FOB SALE. ||| A farm, situated in Dulany’s Valley, 6X mues north of Towson. and within two miles of Long Green Station, Baltimore & Lehigh Railroad, containing 155 acres, 20 acres of which is in tim ber. and improved by frame dwelling, with back, building, bank barn 60x45 feet; wagon shed and corn-crib combined, and other buildings. This farm is centrally located in the heart of the valley: soil very productive; supplied with springs and stream; abundance of fruit of all kinds; fencing surrounding the farm in good condition. It is convenient to churches of all denominations, schools, stores, shops near at hand. One of the finest springs in the state is located on this farm. For further particulars. Address LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate, Towson, Md. Apt. 22.—tf, [No. 311] ■second-growth ffESlffnut Timber, j suitable for posts and rails, part of it covered with original oak: lays high and mostly level; has fine stream and good springs; sufficient stone for building purposes. It is situated on Chests nut Ridge, within one mile of Beaver Dam, and within IX miles of Texas, and adjoins lands of Harry Shipley, William Parks and John Crow ther, Jr. There Is a market at Texas for the wood. It would make a splendid market garden with near-by custom for all that could bo grown in the way of vegetables, fruits, etc. For fur ther particulars, address LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, June 24.—tf. [No. 234.1 Towsontown, Md. VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE -in- Tenth Election District. By authority of the owner, we offer at private sale a farm of 181 acres and 23 perches of land, more or less, situated within 100 yards of the Jartettsville turnpike, and within 3 miles of Monkton and Corbert Stations, N. C. H. It., and 17 miles from the city. Improvements consist of a 9-room Stone House, barn, carriage house, smoke house, stone dairy. Twenty-five acres in timber, balance in good condition. Well fenced and well watered, with a spring neartho house and bold stream through the farm. The farm is splendid .y adapted for grazing and general farm ing. Tho price is $5,500. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS.. Feb. 11.—tf. [No. 277.1 Real Estate, Towson, Md. YORK COUNTY FARM FOR SALE. We offer at private sale a valuable farm con jthtaining 55 ACRES AND 84 PEHCHES.2B ■lid more or less, situated 2 miles north of*S? Delta, York county. Pa., and within IX miles of Bryansvillo Station, on the York and Peach Bot tom Railroad. The farm has an abundance of water and is well fenced. It is improved by 2X story dwelling, small tenant house, log tarn, wagon shed, smoke house,etc, Thereisanabun dance of all kinds of fruit. The neighborhood is very pleasant and healthy and has many conve niences. The soil is kind and easily cultivated and produces well. For particulars address LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, June9.—tf. [No. 224.1 Towsontown, Md. rj’IRUCK FARM FOR SALE. A tine truck farm containing 100 ACHES, situ f-Sated on Birl river, quite near Chase's fjjiilstation, F. W. A B. R. R., improved by®si? a good dwelling house, tarn, stabling, wagon and carriage shed and corn house; fine spring water, etc. Tne place produces well and Its nearness to Chase’s Station and to Baltimore by the driving road makes it very handy to attend the markets. There are two apple and one peach orchard on the place. Apply to JOHN EDWARDS, or LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Towson, Md., or THOMAS C. BIDDISON, Gardenville. Baltimore county, Md. June 9.—tf. No. 225.1 jpOK SALE. A FARM of 100 ACRES, all cleared but 20 acres, situated near Dover, on line between cllll 4th and sth districts; within 3X miles of Fair View Station, Hanover Branch H. R., and five miles from Glyndon, W. M. it. R. The farm is rotten rock soil, very productive and in good condition. Imi>mvnmnt urn >■ iv.mfnrt.iM. rrame house, stable and other buildings. An abundance of water; churches, schools, mills, stores, shops, &c.. convenient. Will be sold cheap and on easy terms to an early applicant. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents, Towsontown, Md. Jan. 10.—tf. [No. 190.] SALE. In order to close the estate of the late AdamfEa Dcßaugh, the undersigned, agents, offer at pri vatc sale a TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING, with frame back building, situated on Bosley avenue, Towson. The lot is in fee and has a front of 70 feet and a depth of 150 feet to a 20-foot alley. The situation is high and com manding and altogether is very desirable prop erty. AS'The price has been reduced to $2,200. Further particulars on application to the under signed. LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Nov. 25.—tf.l [No. 219.] Towson. Md. rjIEUCK FARM FOR SALE. A desirable property of 16X ACRES, 5X miles from Baltimore, on the Philadelphia road ; ail cleared and in good state of cultivation; has been used as a truck farm many years; frame house, new barn and other necessary improve ments; excellent water and plenty of fruit; within five minutes’ walk of Roaedale Station, B. & O. B. R.; schools, churches, postoffice, Ac., convenient. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., June26.-tf. [No. 291.1 Real Estate, Towson, Md VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 63. A tract of land, contalningJ%l3 ACRES, 24 acres of which are cleared, balance is timber land. The improvements are on the cleared land. The 9-mile stone on the Philadelphia turnpike is on the property. The B. &O. R. R., (eastern extension) runs through the projierty. Poplar Station on said road is on the property. The price for the entire tract is $75.00 per acre, and for the cleared land and buildings, SIOO.OO per acre. Terms and other particulars on appli cation to LONGNECKER BROS., Oct. 23.—tf. Real Estate, Towson, Md. JjlOR SALE. g| A FRAME DWELLING. SHEDDING aB BTABLE, also, adjoining the above, a FRAME STORE (good stand for business,) and DWEL LING. The lot fronts 55 feet on Delaware ave nue, Towson, with a depth of 143 feet. It will be sold subject to an annual rent of $.'13.00. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., I Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Towson, Md. I May 4.—tf. [No. 331.] i Si me Sables. pENNSYLVANIARAILROAIL “ •Daily. IDaily, except Sundaj. 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, ’ for 8.45 A. 51. (Union Station 8.55 A. M.) week-dova 8.15 A. M. Sundays (Union Station 8.20 AM) for Pittsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis; Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Fata Lock Haven and Kane, week-days. * au8 ’ 11.45 A. M. (Union Station 12.00 M.) daily Pitts burg and Cleveland: Kenovo. Williamsport hnd Elmira, week-days. y rt “ uu 11.48 A. M. (Union Station 12.00 M.) daily Lim ited, Pittsburg, Chicago, Cleveland. Toledo ('in cinnati, Louisville. St. Louis. ’ luieao.Cin -4.35 P. M. dally (from Union Station) for Pitts burg. Chicago. Nashville, (via Cincinnati and Louisville) I nd lana polis, St. Louis and Williams -8.25 P. M. daily (Union Stationß.4o P. M.lPitts bV|ri?’ Chicago, Cleveland, Cincinnati. Lotta vilie and St. Louis; Toledo, Rochester, Erie Buf faii'iTpNv? b Tf. a J 4lllß except Saturday. 11.41 P. M. (Union Station 11.55 P M ) daiiv Pittsburg. Chicago Buffalo. Rochester/Niarara Falls, Erie; Cleveland except Saturday Port Deposit ♦4.20 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 10P M - For Pope’s Creek Line, 7.31 A. 51. and 4 37 P m' week-days. r ’ From President Street. §6.00 A. M. Mail for Philadelphia. York’ M ' Express for Philadelphia and New ImVp % %‘Al' Pe UY ille Accommodation. Ci? S’ xr E 0 ? i?, e P° sit Accommodation. f 4 -D S’ 2 xfor<l Accommodation. §6.20 P. M. Express for Philadelphia From Union Station. For Philadelphia and New Fork. I. 8.03, (Dining Car) 8.23, 8.53, 9.15, 10.08 10 55 (Dining Car) A. M., 12.05, (Dining Car from Wil i nb “9 t ° n ’. ) L, <-20 4.57 (Limited Dining Car) 0.58 (Dining Car) 7.53. 11.35 P. M„ week-duva' 8:03 (Lining Car). 8.23, 9.15. (Dining Car, from Wilmington) 1 18 7.53. lUßp|“L ed ° ining Car) ’ s-58 (hhningc'ar! F M 4 -l?- -2. and 0-20 A. A.'x!\oß®' D 6 Sp:^^B,6.25 For Boston,without change, 8.53 A.M. week-days. and 5.58 P. M. daily. J ’ Port Deposit Accommodation, §2.15 P. M.. Penin flj a ??Er|? s ’.i 3 - 00 P- M., Oxford Accommoda- A. M™^' 8 ’ Perr^)lle Fr r- W £'i l i li o?t? n \ 2 -65.5.60, 6.22,18.104.22.168, ?’?£’ 1 it 12 - 40 - L 46, 2.15, ' i m’p v ß, o’ 7 A°’ Limited.) 8.27 8.43, 9.16, 9.50 P. M. Sundays. 2.55, 6.22 640 855 9.34 A. M„ 12.00 noon, 1.46,2.15,8.15,4.20 5 15 6 05 I. (7.36 Limited,) 8.27, 9.16,9.50 P. M. Ac’com- p * M - Bund^’ For Annapolis, 7.36, 8.55 A. M„ 12.40 and 5.36, P. M. week-days. On Sunday, 8.55 A. M. 4.20 P. M. For Pope’s Creek Line. 7.30 A. M. and 4.42 P. M week-days. Atlantic Coast Line Express for Florida and tho South, 2.05 A. M. and 1.46 P. M. daily. Florida Special 5 Oo P. M. week days. Southern Railway Express for Florida, New Or leans, and the South. 9.34 A. M.. 8.27, 9 18 P M daily. Florida Limited 5.22 P. SI. week-days. ‘ '':S's‘,“>a“ r .s l p* l M‘&i ) ror Mo,np, "‘ ‘tessfcw®: K - "• M From Pennsylvania Avenue Station. Ff ‘ r . Li lad el ph ia and New York, 9.59 A. M., 5.21, 5.50, 7.47,11.19 P. M., and 12.58 night daily. * daily hl ade Phm ODiy ’ 1J1 ’ 3-00 and 6.35 P. M. For Boston, without change, 5.50 P. M. daily. F 4 r P g \^ n^ E o pr^s ; “i 27 ’B’oo 8 ’ 00 A - M - 2.2oand oiu P°2f P e M - ( i mly ’ 6 ,’ 54 ’ 7 ' 41 A. M. week-days, j „• Sunday only. Accommodation, 6.66 A. M. week-days, 12.50 and 5.39 P. M. daily. Sundays only, 8.35 A. SI. r Fo ;„ 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-days. Seashore Connections (from Union Station.) For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bridge, all-rail route), 1.08 A. M., 4.20, (4.57 Congressional Limited) P. M daily; via Market Btreet Wharf 10.55 A. M„ 12.05 and 1.46 P.M. week-days, and 1.08 A. M. daily. For cape May, 12.05, P. M. week-days, 1.08 A. M. daily. Leave Washington for Baltimore. 6.2), 7. M, 7.20, 7.55,8.15, 9.00,10.00,10.50,11.00, A. 12.46’ 12.58, 2.01, 3.15. 3.30, (4.00, Limited), 4-20-4-31. 5-00. 5.40,6.15, 6.50,7.20,10.00,10.40,11.25, 11.50 P. M. Sundays, 7.00,7.20,8.15,9.00,9.05,10.50, 11. A. M„ 12.15,1.15. 2.01, 3.15, 3.30, (4.00 Limi ted). 4.20, 6.00, 6.40,6.15,6.50. 7.20,10.00,10.40 11.50 P. M. 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 Passenger Agent. JgALTISIORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT. May 31,1897. For Chicago and 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. F’or 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 A.M..2.40 P.M..10.10 P. M. F’or Pittsburg and Cleveland, Mt. Royal Sta tion, 8.45 A. M., daily, 7.47 P. M., except Sunday. Camden Station, 9.00 A. M. and 7.30 P,-M. daily. ft ifcj&ibjmhuß-g’nlniln ond ' ■‘* ■■■ 1 or Now Orleans. Memphis, Birminghain.Chat- SSatM ' Bnßtol aDd Koan ° kC ' Mt ’ Camden Station, 10.10 P. M. daily. Sleeping car, Memphis 6 t 0 6W orloans an(l Washington to For Luray, Mt. Royal Station, 2.24 P. M„ daily. Camden Station, 2.40 P. M., daily * , JOB WASHINGTON, vin h R A° y M Bt ?£2F’ weekday ß - x 6.00, x 7.45. x 8.45, x (°;l 8 A- M., X 12.38, X 2.24. x 3.32. X 5.38. X 6.42, X 7.47 x5.52,x1°.1 8 P. M. Sunday. x 6.00. x 8.45, x 16.18 A Mm X 2.24, X 3.32, X 6.42, 9.52, xlO.lB P. M. Camden Station, week-days, 5.00. x 6 15 xfi 25 6M-20. XB.> 8 35, X 9.00, xIOAO, xi 0.45 A.fl., MAO,’ x1„.50, x 2.40. 2AO, (x 3.45 45 minutes) X 4.15, x 5.15, (4o minutes) 5.20, X 6.00, 6.18, x 7.00, X 7.30. x7 58 9 15 X 9.40. x 10.55,11.30 P. M. Sunday, x 6 2576® 8 35’ X 9.00, x 10.12, x 10.25 A. M„ x 1.00.1.06, x2AO, (345 (IS 1 5, U T t , CS . ) . 6 ' 20 ’ 6 ’ l8 ' x7 -°°- Xf.SO, 9.15, X 9.40, x 10.56, Jl.tjO i. M. I '?. r Annapolis, Mt. Royal Station. t 7.05, *8.50 ?■ 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 Plntsch light. LEAVE MT. KOYAL STATION 7 MINUTES LATER. For New York. Boston and tho East, week 4 7#J?. in , ln *ear) 8.50(10.60 Dining car) A.M„ )?•’ (L 45 Dining car) 348, (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, (6.0(5 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 ATM., 12.60,1.45 PM* 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,) 348, (6.00 Dining car) 6.00 P. M„ 1.15 night. Sundays, (7.55,9.50 Dinting car) A. M.. (1.45 Dining car) 3.48, (6.00 Dining car), 9.00 P. M., 1.15 night. For local stations on l’hila. Div„ weekdays. 8.00 A. M.. 3.00. 6.05 P. M. Sundays, 8.30 A. M., 5.05 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, t 7.30, t 10.45 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, 6.25, 8.30. 11.10 P. M. Sunday 9.35 A. M.. 5.25, 6.30,11.10 P. M. F’or Ellicott City, week days. 6.40, 7.30, 11.00 A. M„ 1.20,3.30,22.214.171.124,126.96.36.199 P. M. Sunday,9.36 A. M„ 5.25. 6.30, 11.10 P. M. For Curtis Bay, week days, 6.28 A. M. Leave Curtis Bay, week days, 5.05 P. M. + Except Sunday. §Sunday only. *Daily. x Express 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 STB„ 230 S. Broadway, Mt. Royal Station or Cam den Stations. W. M. GREENE, CHAB. O. SCULL, Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. ’YY' ESTERN MARYLAND RAILROAD. Schedule taking effect January 16, 1900. Leave Hillen Station as follows: DAILY. 4.30 A. M.—Fast Mail, Main Line, N. and W. R. K., and the South and ex. Sunday P. V. R. R., Chambersburg, Martinsburg and Winchester. DATr.v Uvr-PUT 6UKDAV. 7.22 A. M.—York and B. &. H. Dlv. and Main line east of Emory Grove: also, Carlisle and G, A H. H. K. 8.23 A. M.—Main Line, Shlppensburg, Freder ick, Emmitsburg and N. & 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. & H. Dlv. 4.08 P. M.—Ex. Main Line Points, also Frederick, Emmitsburg, Shlppensburg and N. A W. R. R. 5.23 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.—A ccom. for U n lon Bridge and 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 Bagrage Office, 111 E. Balto. street. Trains stop at Union, Pennsylvania avenue, Fulton. Walorook (North avenue) Stations. J. M. HOOD, General Manager. B. H. GRIBWOLD. Gen’l Pass. Agent. A LEHIGH RAILWAY CO. 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 Belalr. 9.30A.M. “ Belair. 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. SUNDAY TRAINS. LEAVE. ARRIVE. 8.30 A.M. for Cardiff. 9.85 A.M. from Cardiff. 4.00 P.M. *• “ 6.00 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, 5.35 P. M. Arrive at Towson from Baltimore, daily, except Sunday.at 8.05, 9.51 A. M.. and 4.23, SM 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, Gull 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 Beal Estate Sales. A share of public patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Dec. B.—iff.