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TOWSON, Md. Saturday, - - March 24,1900. LON6NECKER BROS.. Editor* and Proprietors. SI.SO per annum —in advance. Pontage pre paid. ITo eubeerlption taken for tees than six months. Another member of Mayor Hayes’ Jail Board has dropped out and that body appears to have lost all its cohesiveness, if it ever had any. But the Mayor is not altogether unhappy over the outlook. He has a few thousand more men to select from and he may finally be able to get a Board that will stick. The Nancy Hanks Lincoln Memorial As sociation met at the Governor’s office in In dianapolis a few days ago and decided to accept the proposition of J. S. Culver, of Springfield, 111., to erect, free of charge, a monument over the grave of Lincoln’s mother, near Lincoln i i in 111 nniriii mt. cnnver w rebuilding the Lincoln Monument at Spring field. It is said that the Topeka (Kansas) Capital, which was published last week by Rev. Chas. M. Sheldon “as Jesus would doit,’’ netted probably 150,000. Before this innovation the paper had not been payingandits likely it will now be run as a “Christian daily” on the lines established by Rev. Mr. Sheldon, who will get SIO,OOO out of the week’s earnings of the paper for his charities. Judge Henry Clay Caldwell, of Arkansas, who is talked of as a running mate for Bryan, was appointed to the United States District Conrt of Arkansas by Lincoln in 1864, and held the place for twenty-six years. He was made a Circuit Judge by President Harrison. He was born in West Virginia, but grew up in lowa, and was colonel of the Third lowa Cav alry in the Civil War. A bill has been introduced at Annapolis providing for the appointment by the Governor of a State superintendent of public education at a salary of $3,000a year, with ssoo;additional for traveling expenses. It is hoped this scheme will be beaten as, apparently, its or.ly object is to saddle more officers upon the people. No such an officer is needed in Maryland, and it wonld only serve to make the system of education more cumbersome. Two members of the famous Beecher family passed away a few days ago. Rev. Thomas K. Beecher died at Elmira, N. Y., aged eighty one years, and Mrs. Mary Foote Beecher Per kins died at Hartford, Conn, aged ninty-four years and nine months. They were brother and sister of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom’s CabinV They were the children of Rev. Ly man Beecher and Rosanna Foote, who had seven so*£> all of whom became Congrega tional clerg3E men - SecretaryvWilson, of the United States De partment of^g r * cu l ture ’ l ias awarded the con tract fqy.ffield and flower seeds for 1901, to the JfveW York Market Gardeners’ Association, of were several other bids, the highest being that of J. M.Thorburn <fc Co., of Bismarck, North Dakota—sl34,s94. The total number of of seed required is 15,086,968. Of this number, 13,936,000 are vegetable seeds, 150,400 <* field and lawn grass seeds, and 1,000,568 flowei [ and the field and the and tobacco. On the 15th instant the Standard Oil Com pany, at its office in New York city, disbursed $20,000,000 in dividends. A few weeks before the directors declared the regular quarterly dividend of 3 per cent, on $100,000,000 common stock and 17 per cent.in an extra cash dividend. This was probably the largest cash disburse- made at any one time on the stock corporation. The magnitude of t'Bfcr shifting of capital in the payment of the may be judged by the fact that the largest payment which the United States J Government ever has to make on its debts is 1 $5,450,000, or a little more than one-fourth of the Standard Oil’s disbursement. A despatch from Annapolis to the Baltimore New*, dated March 22d, says : “The anti-bribe ry law,introduced by Senator Williams.of Har ford, passed the Senate. The bill provides for the submission of the Constitutional amend ment, which will, if passed, make only the taker of a bribe to vote at any election punish able. The object of the law is to make the giver of a bribe a compellable witness in a prosecution against the taker. At present this cannot be done, as it wonld incriminate the We have always contended, and still g contend, that the giver of a bribe to influence s*: a voter is equally as bad as the man who ac ■ cepts tbe bribe and his punishment should be ■ just as severe. No doubt many people will be v surprised at the attitude of the Senator from p Harford on this matter. The Bryan Democrats in Maryland are not allowing any grass to grow under their feet and it is evident they intend to be heard from at the Kansas City Convention in July. Tbe organization which calls itself the “Maryland Democratic Association” is outside of the reg ular party organization, but it does not propose to interfere, provided the regulars send a pledged Bryan delegation to Kansas City. If it should fail to do this then the delegates who have already been chosen will go to the con vention and demand seats. There are many well informed Democrats who do not believe tbe State convention will send a pledged dele gation to the convention and if it don’t, then trouble may be looked for. The Maryland Democratic Association has established head quarters in Baltimore and has entered on an _ kdLlvo_campftigii. An event of peculiar interest to the North as well as to the South will be the reunion, proposed for next month, of the veterans of the Civil War, to take place on the battlefield of Shiloh. This was the battle in which tbe armies lost, within two days, upwards of 22,- 000 men. Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston was among the Southern slain. As time goes on these reunions will continue till the last vet eran of both armies hears the final tattoo. The late Spanish War brought the blue and ■-’"grtymtfffrelosely together in the hearts of a common peopled The cause, principle and re sult of the Civil War will never be forgotten or overturned; but a united people can well annually come together and pay tribute to the memory of a common American courage. A hundred years from now our great battlefields will show no sectional hatred, but monuments to a national bravery inspiring to all. There are two Presidential tickets already in the field, and several more aie to be put in in the next few months. The Social Demo crats, whoever they are, nominated Debs for President and a man named Job Harritnan for Vice-President tbe other day in Indianapolis. About a year and a-half ago, or on September 6th, 1888, the radical branch of the Populists put Donnelly and Wharton Barker in the field ■ for President and Vice-President, respectively, i at a convention in Cincinnati. The two pres ent sections of the Populists will go through the motions of nominating .'some person or persons on May 9th, one of the branches meet- , ing at Cincinnati and the other at Sioux Falls, | Dakota. The Republicans will meet in Phila- } delphia on June 19th, and the Democrats in | Kansas City on July 4th. Several other par ties will also put up candidates. There is no reason to suppose the supply of National tickets < this year will be any smaller than it was four i years ago. ' Special Correspondence Baltimore County Lnion. LETTER FROM ANNAPOLIS. State House, Annapolis, I March 22d, 1800. f Mettrt. Editors /—The monotonous grind, which is a sure indication of tbe real approach of tbe close of a session, is taking place here day and night, and the voice of the distinguished citizen of Baltimore county, who officiates as reading clerk of the House, is the one thing which rises above the din and confusion of the floor as he drones out the bills and other papers which are under consideration, hour after hour as the work of legislation goes on. Bills of all sorts, some harmless and useless, others beneficial and ad vantageous, while many others are detrimental and “snaky,” are piled upon the desks. Mem bers and employes are rushing about looking after matters in which they are interested, and attorneys, agents and lobbyists are present in crowds, frantioally working to secure the pass age of pet measures or with even greater zeal and industry trying to defeat bills which inter fere with their schemes. Many of these lobby ists are “old timers,” who have records at An napolis, and whom it was hoped had been de prived of their influence here by the reform victory of 1895, but the return of the old ring to power by the anti-reform election of last year has brought them all to the surface again and they are here in all their former Insolence doing business in their time-honored way. They have not so much influence, it is true, as they used to have, but they hope to “make something out of the session,” and the indications are that they will not be disappointed in their expectations. The county delegates have been very busy this week and have been literally overrun with work. They have secured the passage of Mr. Stewart’s new road law through both Houses, and it now a waits but tbe approval of the Execu tive to become a law. The bill was amended so that tbe present road officials will hold on to January Ist, 1901. The general Impression here .iA.UatikA Aa> lav viU and economical in its administration and be a great benefit to the county. Bills introduced by the county members during the week were as follows: By Mr. Hubner.—An act to add an additional section to Article 28, of the Code of Public Gen eral Laws, title "Corporations,” sub-title “Gen eral Regulations,” to follow immediately after section 85 L, and to be designated as "section 85 M,” to premit life and accident insurance com panies, and safe deposit, trust, loan, guaranty and fidelity companies now or hereafter doing business in this State to deposit with the Treas urer of this Btate as the security required by law, first mortgage bonds of electric railway companies operating within this State, when said bonds have been respectively approved by the board of public works. Also, An act to amend and re-enact, with amendments, section 173, of Article 3, of the Code of Public Local Laws. title "Baltimore County,” sub-title “Or phans’ Court.” Also, An act to repeal chapter 464, of the acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, session of 1898, entitled an act to authorize the Board of County School Commis sioners of Baltimore county to establish kinder garten schools in said county. Also, An act to repeal and re-enact section 142, of Article 3, of Public Local Laws, entitled "Baltimore Coun ty,” sub-title “Justices of the Peace and Con stables.” By Mr. Choate.—An act to abolish the payment of appearance fees to attorneys at law by the County Commissioners of Baltimore county in habeas corpus cases arising in said county. By Mr. Sandman.—An act providing for the erection and operation of a rock crushing plant by and under the supervision of the board of di rectors and the officers of the Maryland House of Correction, and providing for the sale of the crushed stone product to the counties and other municipalities of the State. Also, An act to re peal sections 146 and 149 of Article 33 of the Code of Public General Laws of Maryland, entitled “Elections,” sub-title “Congressional districts,” as the same wero amended and re-enacted by the act of 1898, chapter 388, and to re-enact the same with amendments. By Mr. Stewart. —An act to incorporate the Investment Company of Baltimore County. Also, An act to amend the Militia law. Paul Winchester. The Democrats of Nebraska, in their State convention held a few days ago, adopted a platform that is said to have been prepared by Col. William Jennings Bryan and which is Populistic from toptobottom. Hon. William L. Marbury, of Baltimore, who was one of tbe leading gold Democrats of Maryland in the last Presidential campaign, upon being inter vieurtjjjn. ed into the mind'of men to conceive. None but a Populist and a Communist at heart and a prince of demagogues could have been the author of such a platform. Certain it is, there is not a line of Democratic doctrine in it, and the amount of humbug and demagoguery which it contains is almost incredible.” The splendid new bridge which the Penn sylvania Railroad Company proposes to erect over tbe 9usquehanna river at Havre-de-Grace, to replace the present iron one, will be the largest solid masonary bridge in the world and will cost more than $1,000,000. It will have 48 solid arches of cut stone, each of which will be 72 feet in the clear, and giving a total length of between 3,600 aud 3,700 feet. Tbe width will be sufficient for three tracks. It will take several years to finish the work, but an effort will be made to construct 16 of the arches be fore next winter. The iron structure which will be replaced was built in 1873 and though strong enough to withstand heavy trains, even tually it would have to be renewed, and the management decided that the work should begin at once. Thebe are certain articles, needed by Amer ican manufacturers, that can not be produced here. Their importation increased by $54,000,- 000 during the seven months ending January 31st last, as compared with tbe corresponding period a year earlier. This shows more busy factories at home. But it is particularly inter esting to note a decrease of upwards of $2,200,- 000 in our imports of foreign wool, despite tbe higher price of that commodity. Protection is giving the American farmer another chance to supply the American manufacturer with his raw material. Views have been taken of the orchards of Messrs. Miller and Pancake, in the vicinity of Rodney, VV. Va., for exhibition at the Paris Exposition. These orchards are the largest in the world and contain 250,000 peach and plum trees. The owners planted 181,000 trees last year and cleared for planting 1,735 acres of timber land. Tbe first season their orchards began to bear they shipped 100 carloads of peaches and plums. The women of Marmaton, Kansas, have or ganized themselves into a band of laborers for tbe building of tbe United Brethren Church there. Twelve of them donned old clothes the other day and began work of excavating for the foundations. Enough money to build the church could not be raised, so the women de termined to take up the work and do it them selves rather than let the project be abandoed. A table printed by Bradstreet’s shows that 3,653 New York business houses, which had on their pay-rolls 299,957 employes in 1896, have increased the number to 356,278, while the increase in wages in 1899 as compared with 1896 was over $20,000,000. It is said that there are 200,000 miles of rail way in this country, but not 20,000 miles of good ordinary roads, though the latter are used to far the greatest extent. The good roads movement is plentifully supplied with con vincing figures. Five hundred tons of food supplies were forwarded last week to the destitute in Puerto Rico to be distributed by the army quartermas ter’s department. The work of relief has been going on steadily ever since the occupation of the island. The President has sent instructions to United States Commissioner General Peck, at the Paris Exposition, to see that the Sabbath is observed, as far as possible, in tbe American section during the progress of the Exposition. It is estimated that 50,000 men will go to Cape Nome this year, at an expense of SSOO each. The expenditure of $25,000,000 on an arctic sea beach is one of the curiosities of modern life. President Kbuoer seems to be made of the same kind of material that entered into the construction of Gen. CroDje. He will proba bly be whipped, but he will be the last man to surrender. Georgia and Mississippi report a promising outlook for peaches. Maryland, New Jersey and Delaware peach men consider such talk highly unprofessional. Correspondence Baltimore County Union. LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. Springlike Weather —Mayor Hay ea Lookoutfor the Wirea--The Approach ing M. E. Conference—Rev. Dr. Harcourt— A Delicate Op eration —The “Cowboy Preacher,” etc, Baltimore. Md.. March 21st, 1900. Messrs. Editors /—The weather, so often the subject of remark. Is today balmy and springlike. We bad an unusually pleasant fall and winter and March has had few storms compared with previous years. The streets, which were in a sloppy condition, are now free from snow. The ladies are turning out in full force. No doubt many of them are on tbe search for the Easter bonnet. In which they usually display good taste. The trained skirt, I hear, will soon be a thing of the past. There should be no tears of regret at its departure. I wish that ladies of good Judg ment would refuse to bow to Dame Fashion in wearing whatever she dictates, whether becom ing or not. Mayor Hayes deserves the thanks of the citi zens in bis efforts for an hODest administration of affairs. He certainly is doing ail he can to ex pose bribery and corruption. Let a man en deavor to do the best be can. there will always be fault-finders. No doubt the telephone bill, which has caused so much discussion and which is to be left in the hands of the people, isdue to his efforts, notwithstanding the corporation did all in its power to prevent it. Lately the attention of the public has again been called to the danger from electric wires. Not only do persons come in contact with these live wires, but ’tis said car-steps, gratings. awniDg poles. See., have been charged with this dangerous current, which comes from improper ly insulated wires, and it seems impossible to effectually prevent it. A shoe manufacturing company of this city has made an insulated shoe, which time and again has proven its effective ness. It is claimed that this shoe is not only proof agaiast electricity, but against dampness. Recently, while the snow was at its greatest depth, a citizen. In his efforts to step over a snow drift, having in his hand a package of silver coins, slipped and scattered the coins in every direc tion. He called to the boys in the vicinity to help themselves, and it is needless to add that they did not wait for a second invitation, i Great interest has been manifested in the Sun day law, many of the best citizens desiring it re main as it is, letting the hard workingman have L one day m seven ra n nay or rest trom toll. The approaching conferences of the M. E. Church and the M. E. Church South will meet in Washington. April 4. The sessions of the M. E. 1 Conference will be held in Metropolitan Church and the other body will bold forth in Mt. Vernon Church. Such a large body of Methodists as the two conferences combined will no doubt tax the Methodist community to entertain them, al though they are well known for their hospitali ty. A large lay delegation from ail the M. E. Churches will meet in Wesley Chapel, April sth. 1 A meeting of ministers and laymen, represen ting the various Protestant denominations, re cently met in Wesley Hall, this city. They arranged for an all-day meeting, in Mt. Vernon Place M. E. Church. April 17th. This meeting is held to awaken interest in the approaching Ecumenical Conference, to be held in New York, from April 23d to May Ist. Dr. Richard Harcourt, who at one time was pastor of Grace M. E. Church, this city, and afterwards started "The People’s Church,” und failed in the attempt, has been appointed by Bishop Fowler to the Fourth Street Church, Rending, Pa. It baa been said be desired and ap plied for admission Into the ministry of the P. K. Church, which he denies. His ambition for advancement has not been realized in this in- Prof. Halstead of Johns Hopkins Hospital re cently performed a very peculiar and delicate operation on a professional juggler. The mau bad professed to eat glass, nails, knives, tacks, Ac. A number of students, on a wager of SSO, made him strip to tbe waist so they could not he deceived. He foolishly did swallow all of the above named articles and more, which caused him such intense pain he could nbt endure it. Prof. Halstead, in tha presence of a corps of students, opened the man and removed the above named indigestible contents from his stomach, requiring 2)4 hours to do so. He is still alive, but not out of danger. Mrs. Belle Cole Shefloe will give an organ re cital in First M. E. Church, on Friday evening next, to the students of Woman’s College. Mrs. Sbefioe is an instructor on the pipe organ and a rich treat is in store for all who attend, as the music is to be of the highest order and will be a very enjoyable affair. Rev. Fred. Bayless, of Southwest Nebraska, has been preaching in some of the M.E. Cburches in this city. He is called the “Cowboy Preacher” because of his having preached to the cowboys so many years. He Is a native of England, but came to this country some years ago, went West and took up the work of an evaugellst. being very successful In winning souls from among that class of people. The section of country where he located had not a tree or any coal for fuel. They had to bum corn on the cob and live in sod houses. He built a small church and still desires to live there. The town is Imperial. He was a soldier in the British army and fought through the Zulu war and is perfectly familiar with the country upon which the present war i 3 being waged. He was very interesting from first to last. He had his cowboy suit and hat trimmed with rattle-snake skins. Said his members at home were very fond ofShim, but be would not be beard if he dressed in fine clothes, so he al ways, when preaching to them, wore the suit, which he had on exhibition. Great excitement was caused at the Zoo on Monday last when Madame Moselli, who trains the leopards, was attaoked by a Jaguar which sprang at her three times. The vicious animal was beaten off by the attendants, 6ut not until she was considerably torn. Aij-Jcher excitement was caused by the escape of a number of rattle snakes, which had been pUm'iV L n the fire to warm, the bottomj£ ™ 1 '‘nir ou i. Hy great effort the^^.Ps.P t . u . red they One of our a .hren lately had an experience from a monkey nis son had brought from the Zoo. The animal got into the pastor’s study and destroyed a good part of a valuable book before he could be captured. Heupsetthe inkstand and carried the ink on his feetoverthe preacher’s manuscript. That minister has a good disposition, but I expect it was stirred a little by the experience. The pet rabbit I mentioned in a former letter still indulges in his belligerent habits. He not only whips the pug dog, but to the astonishment of all attacks the rat terrier. It was supposed the terrier would defend himself, but instead runs away. I don’t suppose there can be found auother case where a rabbit can whip two dogs. A gentleman desires very much to own that rabbit, as he admires tbe spirit of it. Occasional. Correspondence Baltimore County Union, WANTS TO KNOW WHAT IS THE MAT TER WITH THEM? Editors of The Union /—We would ask what is the matter with our representatives to the House of Delegates, that they should vote against the interests of their constituents on the gas question ; also, on the proposed car fare law. Baltimore county pays a considerable sum for gas and hundreds of our people are gas con sumers and we all know that SI.OO is a high price for ga9, and yet our representatives are voting to make us pay $1.25 for gas and keep up the monopoly. Gas Consumer. Catonsville. ||jewr ~]VTONKY TO LOAN. (TJ.OOO TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE; reasonable rate of interest. Address A. P. McCOMAS. Mch 24.—2t] Greenwood, Balto. County,Md. T7IOR SALE. A VALUABLE MARE MULE, large,'Wbß good worker and sound in every partic- .IN Far. Apply to or address CLINTON E. MATTHEWS. Mch 24.—2 t Corbett, Md. rjtRCCK FARM FOR RENT. Farm of FIFTY ACRES, suitable for Truck ing or Dairying, on Harford turnpike 5)4 miles from present city limits. Apply to or address lIOBT. 11. BLACKBURN, Mch 24.—2t* Carney. Md. T>UILDING LOTS FOR SALE. VALUABLE BUI DING LOTS, all sizes.with in five minutes’ walk of Sparks’ Station, N. C. R. R. Situation high and commanding. Apply to or address WILLIAM C. BROOKS. Mch 24.—3t* Pbilopolis, Md. TjSOR RENT. COUNTRY STORE, POSTOFFICE EXPRESS. 9 miles from centre of city, on*!! turnpike, at railroad station. A desirable loca tion. For further information apply to E. MATHER, Mch 24.—2t* Brookiandville, Md. TTTANTED. A MAN TO SELL AND COLLECT in the Third, Fourth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth,|jTenth and Eleventh Districts of Baltimore county, for a reliable firm. Must bo able to furnish Bond ; also Horse and Harness. Address THE SINGER MANUF’G CO„ Mch 24.—3t*] 11 N. Charles St., Baltimore. Large & attractive sale a of Horses. Mules, Buggies, Day- /JrTCV tons. Farm Wagons, Harness.&c. —My (TT4. second Spring Sale will take place at— MY STABLE IN REISTERSTOWN, Tuesday, April 3d, commencing at 10 A. M.. sharp. A rare opportunity will be offered to get what you want at reasonable prices. Terms—B months credit; $lO and under cash. Mch 24.—2t*] F. P. GOODWIN. TIARM FOR RENT. MY FARM, WEST OF TOWSON and SOUTH of Chesapeake avenue, containing about 45£b ACRES OF LAND, in good condition, witbfEl Dwelling. Barn, Stabling. Corn House and Dairy. Spring at dwelling and water in the barn yard for stock. Suitable for Dairying or Trucking. Apply to Dr. G. M. BOSLEY. 241 Equitable Building, Baltimore. Mch. 24.—2 t. gMALL FARM FOR SALE. Situated on the Harford road 5)4 miles from tbo city limits and within 3 miles of the minus of the Electric Line and the proposedljkl extension of the same will pass immediately in froDt of the property. TEN AND A-HALF ACRES, nearly all undercultivation ; improved by a 7-room FRAME HOUSE, upper and lower balls: abundance of spring water and a good stream ; plenty of apples, pears, cherries and other fruits. Apply to Mbs. E. A. HULL, Mch 24.—3 t Carney, Md. C. Ross Mace, Attorney, Hoen Building, Baltimore, Md. ■JYOTICE TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration on the estate of JACOB T. LEE. late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, On or before the 94th day of September.l9oo ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 20th day of March, 1900. WILLIAM H, LEE, Mch 24 4t* Administrator. ££eur T WANT YOU TO KNOW _ -That I sell- THOROUGHBRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS AT 50 CTS. PER SETTING OF 15—S3 PER HUNDRED. I also have FIVE THOUR OUGHBRED BEAGLE PUPPIES for sale. ADAM REIER. Mch 24.—3 m. Glen-Arm. Md. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Seventeen Head of Milch Cows, Ayrshire Bull, Horse, Etc. Tbe undersigned will sell at Public Sale, at his residence, one-balf mile west of Parkton, N. C. R. R., in the 7th district. Baltimore county, on Thursday, April Bth, 1900, At 1 o’clock P. M. Sharp, 17 HEAD MILCH j’h&CESM some graded and some WBEW 4rw# fresh and others will be by \fsOi qay of sale; 1 Fine Ayr-—st. shire Bull, 1 Sorrel Mare. 9 years old ; 1 Buggy, 1 Milk Wagon, Milk Cans. Ac. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. Mch. 24.—ts. G. W. CARR. By George IF. Stocksdale, Auctioneer. TRUSTEES’ SALE —OF— Valuable Personal Property, on the Prem ises Known as "Pomona,” Situated in the 3dDistrict, Baltimore County, Opposite the 8)4 Mile House, on the Baltimore and Reis terstown Turnpike. By virtue of an order of the U. S. District ACourt, the undersigned, Trustees, will sell at Public Auction all the following Yl'7t •Ana—— articles of Personal Prop- ** erty belonging to the estate of Horace Sllngluff.r bankrupt, etc. Wednesday, 88th of March, 1900, At 10 o’clock A. M„ 0 GOOD FARM HORSES. j"**- 5 JERSEY COWS, 1 JERSEY BULL, 1 HEIFER CALF. 100 FINE CHICKENS, 2 good Farm Wagons, 1 Farm Cart, 1 Wagonette, 3 Daytons, 1 Sleigh, lot of Harness, 1 Griin Drill, Cutting Box, Corn Sheller, Plows, Harrows, Cul tivators, Potato Planter, Potato Diggtr and Po tato Cutter, 3 barrels of Vinegar, 1 ton of Fer tilizer, and many other articles soo nimerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE-CASH. ESfgALK POSI TIVE. LAWRENCE B. KEMP, JOHN li. RAMSEY. /-Trustees. JESSE SLINGLUFF, j Mch. 21.—ts. By O. A. Kirkland, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Cows, Horses, Wagons. Harness, Etc., oil the narford Rond, Baltimore City, Md. The undersigned, about to go out of business, ASh. will sell at Public Auction, fgsgs ON TH F, PREMISES known 'fSSSrjSf •Blr \i as “Green’s Place," on the Harford road, at Ha 1 l's *■ Springs, in Baltimore city, on Monday, April Bd, 1900, At the hour of 10 o’clock A. M., THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY : 14 Good Cows, 3 Horses, 1 Mare, with Colt 4 weeks old by her side; 1 two-horse Market Wagon, 1 Farm Wagon, 1 Slop Wagon. 1 one horse Wagon. 1 Carriage, 1 Dayton, 1 Mowing Machine. 1 Horse Rake, 1 Double Harrow, 1 Single Harrow, 2 Plows, 1 Catting Box, 1 set Double Wagon Harness, 1 let Carriage Harness, 1 let %kA\ • Cart Harness, lot SSBffl Single and Double Trees, lot Manure, 17 five gallon Milk Cans, 2 Churns and a lot of other Dairy Fixtures, 150 Chickens, lot of Ducks, Turkeys and Geese. Also, lot of Household Furniture, such as Chairs, Beds and Bedding, Gasoline Stove, Washing Machine, Jars and Glasses and a lot of small articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OB' SALE.—AII sumsof s2sand under. Cash; on all sums over that amount a credit of four months wilt be given, notes to bear interest aud to be endorsed to the satisfaction of the undersigned. JOHN SOMMERFIELD, Mch. 24. —ts. Owner. By James /.. Xorwood, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Horses, Cow, Shoats, Wagons, Farm Im —tiiosnentu, Etc. - _ '— The Imdersigned. having sold her farm, will sell at Public Auction. ON r.. anHL THE PREMISES, situatedjjWgSKSi W9"*Nr>on the Red Lion road, about KYr -WF I " half a mile south of Loreley " ‘ '"■* Station, Philadelphia Division of the B. & O. R. R., on Thursday, March 89th, 1900, At 16 o’clock A. M., THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY: 1 Fine Bay Mare, 5 years old ; 1 Fine Gray Mare, 8 years old ; 1 Good Cow, 4 Fine Shoats, 25 Chick ens, 1 two-horse Market Wagon, nearly neWv/1 two-horse broad-tread Wagon, 1 one-horse I>’.)K ton Wagon, 1 Hay Carriage, 1 Grain o-"'. Shovels, Barrels. Hot-Bed Sash, Single, Double and Triple Trees, about 20 bbls. Corn, lot Com Fodder and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE.—A credit of six months will be given, purchasers giving notes with ap proved security, bearing interest from day of sale. WSale positive and no postponement on ac count of weather. Mbs. MARGARET TILGHM AN. Mch. 24.—ts* By A. M. Ruby, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Valuable Business Stand, Including Black smith and Wheelwright Shops, Dwell -0 Sing Sing House, &c. Also Personal SM I Bat Property. The undersigned, intending to relinquish blacksmlthing, will sell at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, on Wednesday, April 4th, 1900, At 12 o’clock Noon, HIB VALUABLE HOME AND BLACK SMITH STAND, Situate on Western Run turnpike, at Willow Mill, in the Bth district of Baltimore county, about 3 miles northwest of Cockeysville. This property consists of 1)4 ACRES OF LAND, in a good neighborhood, convenient to churches, stores and schools, and is improved by a LARGE DWELLING, Stable. Corn House, Hen House and Meat House. A well of excellent water at door. Also, an abundance of good young fruit. Immediately after the sale of the realty I will sell the following PERSONAL PROPERTY: 1 Bay Mare, a good driver; 1 Colt, 6 months old; 1 Jersey Cow and Calf, 1 Top Buggy. 1 Single ABK Shovel Plow, 1 Davis Drag,M^H ' Corn Sheller, 1 Cutting Box, &c. Also, lot of Black- T/Tf -tS<J*Bmith Tools, consisting of 1 ■ il No. 3 Buffalo Fan, 1 38-inch Handmade Bellows, 1 new Horse-shoer’s Anvil, 1 Peterwright Anvil. 1 Vise, good as new ; 1 Tire Bender, 2 sets Giant Screw Plates, cut from one-quarter to one inch; 3 Sledge Hammers, full set of Pack Tools, 50 pair Tongs, lot Hand Hammers, lot Braces and Bits, set of Tire Lifters, set Tire Trestles, 1 Grindstone, 1 Drill Press and In fact all Tools necessary to conduct a first-class Black smith Shop. Also, 2,000 Horse and Mule Shoes, some toed; lot Bolts, lot Shaft Boxes, lot Sheck els, lot King Clips, &c. Also, about 5 dozen Chickens, 3 large Bronze Turkey Hens, 1 young Gobbler, lot Muscovy Ducks, lot Bacon, some Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c. TERMS FOR REAL EBTATE will be made known on day of sale. TERMS FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY.—AII sums of $lO and under. Cash : on all sums over that amount a credit of six months, purchasers giving notes, with approved security, bearing Interest from day of sale. Notes made payable at Towson National Bank. No goods to be re moved until settled for. WILLIAM E. HOWARD. A. W. ENSOR, Clerk. Mch. 24.—ts. Harry E. Mann, Attorney, 100 East Lex ington St., Baltimore, Md. 'T ■jyj-ORTGAGE SALE Valuable Suburban Property on the Malden’s Choice Road, Near Arbutus Station, B. & P. R. R„ and About Two Miles West of the City Limits. By virtue of the power contained in a mort- JBKgage from Herman Zaiser and Eliza-gdl 3?beth Zaiser, his wife,to George H.Gross, Bill dated March 2d, 1899, and recorded among the Mortgage Records of Baltimore county in Liber N. B. M.. No. 206, folio 329, Ac., I will sell at Pub lic Auction. ON THE PREMISES, On Wednesday, April 11th, A. 1). 1900, At 1.30 o’clock P. M.. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY: Beginning for the same at the beginning of a parcel of land conveyed by Martin Hedian and wife and Wm. A. Stewart to Roderick Arnold, and running thence with and bounding on part of the first line of said conveyance south 46 de grees and 40 minutes west 4 6-10 perches ; thence running and bounding reversely on a line across the whole parcel conveyed as above mentioned to Arnold south 53X degrees east 86 2-10 perches to the end of 1114 perobes in the third or the north 42V degrees east 26 M 0 perches line of the land above mentioned, conveyed by Hedian and wife and Stewart to Arnold; thence running with and bounding on part of said third line north 4214 degrees east 14 85-100 perches to the end of said line at the southeasternmost corner of Welch’s land; then bounding thereon north 47 degrees and 20 minutes west 101 4-10 perches; thence stilt bounding on outlines of said parcel of laDd conveyed by Hedian and wife and Stew art to Arnold, the following courses and dis tances. viz: South 42)4 degrees west 22 8-10 perches, south 61)4 degrees east 17 6-10 perches to the place of beginning, containing 13 ACRES AND 24 BQUARE PERCHES OF LAND. This land adjoins the properties of J. Patrick Kennedy, Richard W. Preeee. Joseph Butter baugh, A. Finley. Henry Eigeobrotand the late William A. Stewart, and is eligibly situated. It is now used as a truck farm and is improved by a SIX-ROOM FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, STABLE, SHED, Ac. Has good water and plenty of fruit trees. Taxes, Ac., paid to day of sale. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months, or all cash, as purchaser may elect; credit payments to bear interest from day of sale and to be secured to£the satisfaction of tbe undersigned. *3-The purchaser must deposit slsoat tbe sale. HARRY E. MANN, Attorney named in the Mortgage, 100 E. Lexington street. Baltimore, Md. PATTI SON A GAHAN, Auctioneers. Meh. 17.—ts. miscellaneous. George H. Sargeant, Central Savings Bank I Building, Baltimore, Md. jyj-ORTGAGEE’S SALE Valuable Farm, Situated in Long Green Val- ! ley, Near Hyde’s Station, B. &L.R.R„ in 1 tbe 11th Election District of Bal timore County, on the "New Cut Road," and Adjoining tbe Lands of Col. S. N. Hyde and W. 8. G. Williams. Underand by virtue of the power contained fin a mortgage from Robert D. Child, AS trustee, to William E. Morton et al..*r* ed November 4th, 1898, and recorded among the Mortgage Records of Baltimore county. In Liber N. B. M-, No. 205, folio 238, Ac., the under signed. Attorney named In said mortgage, will sell at Public Auction. AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, in Towson, Baltimore county, Md., on Tuesday, April 10th, 1900, At 12 o’clock M„ ALL THAT VALUABLE FARM AND IM- i PROVEMENTB, Located as above stated, in the 11th district of Baltimore county, and fully described in tbe indenture of mortgage aforesaid, containing 83)4 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS. This desirable farm adjoins the land of Col. S. | N. Hyde. W. 8. G. Williams and others, and Is | improved by a LARGE DOUBLE FRAME DWELLING. Containing 11 rooms; also Frame Barn, 50x80, , with capacity for 8 horses and 15 cows, and the ! usual outbuildings. There Is also a good orchard 1 and some 30 acres in timothy. It is well watered and is located in one of the j finest and most desirable neighborhoods in Bal- J timore county. The dwelling Is only about ten minutes walk i from Hyde’s Station, or less than half a mile by I tbe New Cut road. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, the bal ance in six and twelve months, with interest, ! secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned, or all cash at option of the purchaser. adjusted to day of sale. A deposit of S2OO will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale. GEORGE H. SARGEANT. Attorney named in the Mortgage, 1 Central Savings Bank Building, Baltimore. ,r O. A. KIRKLAND, Auctioneer. ? Mch. 17.—ts. 1 OKTITION FOR SPECIAL TAX ■4— JL -AX MOUNT WASHINGTON. To the County Commissioners of Baltimore County: The undersigned, taxable residents Of the vil lage of MOUNT WASHINGTON, respectfully petition your Board to LEVY A SPECIAL TAX OF TWENT Y CENTSon each ON E HUNDRED DOLLARS of the whole assessable property of j said village for the year 1900, as provided and ; for the purpose named in the Act of the Gener- i al Assembly of Maryland, passed at January | Session, 1892, chapter 632. J. H. Plummer, George F. Patterson, S. M. Lucas. Edith H. Kirk, Alice C. Robinson, per 11. C. K„ Jr., I Theodore Marburg, E. J. Penniman. Jane T. Whitelock, Thos. M. Brown, per Dan. B. Dorsey ;Harry G. Skinner, AnD 11. Holloway, ltobt. L. Whitehead, j by R. R. Holloway ;Gertrude T. Skinner, Wm. H. Brooks, Dr. J. 8. Bowen, Fred. Oldham, John R. Smith, Ellen D. Baldwin, Florence S. Carter, | per E. F. B.;Lawrence B. Kemp, Elizabeth B. C. Bruce, Martha J. Todd, W. J. Johnson, William J. Todd, Morris Shanks, M. D., J. Bernard Scott, James C. Malcolm, S. B. Sexton, Jr., W. F. Watkins. Jr., H. C. Chlpman, Chas. Harvey, Jno. A. Lawrence, Mary E. Thelln, C. W. Abbott. Mary J. Kemp, C. Benson Dushane. Annie A. Bennett, Thos. J. Shryock, M. E. Cole, T. G. Bloom, R. S. Scott, Byran Clark, per Townsend Scott ;George A. Boyden,. Jno. M. Carter, F. G. Day, W. H. Conkling, Harriet R. Belt, H. C. Kelsey, Benj. B. Owens, Emily 8. Kelsey, John W. Mealy, per ft. C. K. ;A. E. Grimes, O. E. Robinson, A. W. Sweeny, Mary R. Huntemuller, Frank D. Utley, per H. W. H. ;Ira D. Miller, Sarah F. Clabaugh, Robert Gipson, Ser A. T. Clabaugh ;Edw. L. Gernand, dward Paul, G. D. Lehmann. Mch. 17.—3 t. John F. Gontrum and John S. Biddison, Attorneys, Towson, Md. EXECUTOR’S SALE —OF— Valuable Fee Simple Woodland, In the lltli Election District of Baltimore County, on the Belair Road, About Seven Miles From the Present Limits of Baltimore City. The undersigned, surviving Executor of the JO* last will aud testament of Adam G.jjM | **l, Eidmnn, late of Baltimore county, de-*2? i ceased, under and by virtue of the power and ; authority contained in said last will and testa- J ment, will sell at Public Auction, AT THE CQUHT - Tuesday, the 3d day of April, 1900, At the hour of 12 o’clock M„ ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND. Situate on the northwest side of the Belair road, about 7 miles from Baltimore city, adjoining the "Silver Spring” property, and running back to the Joppa road, containing 60 ACRES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, Being all aDd the same land which by deed dated June 30th. 1875, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county. In Liber ,T. 8., No. 92, folio 587, &c., was conveyed by Walter 11. Brooks and Samuel Pinkerton, executors, to said Adam G. Erdman, deceased. I This land Is heavily wooded and Is on a good I thoroughfare, about four miles from the ter >t Belair road, is well adapted for building pur poses and is a very desirable piece of woodland. " It is near to churches, schools, &c. TERMS OF SALE.—One- half cash on ratifica tion of sale; balance in six months from day of sale, credit payments to bear interest from the day of sale and to be secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. Executor. s®*A cash deposit of Three Hundred Dollars will be required of the purchaser on the day of sale. JOHN O. ERDMAN, Executor of the last will and testament of Adam G. Erdman, deceased. T. C. BIDDISON, Auctioneer. Mch. 3.—ts. By A. M. Ruby, Auctioneer, PUBLIC AUCTION —OF— Valuable Real Estate, Situate on the Dover Road, In the 4th District of Baltimore County, Md., About 14 Miles From Baltimore City. The undersigned, by authority given him by jjSßthe will of August Hoffman, late ofJQjB S&a Baltimore county, deceased, and in *ir* order to close the estate of said deceased, will offer at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, situ ated on the Dover road, Baltimore county, on Monday, March 86th, 1900, 2 o’clock 1* THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ES TATE, CONTAINING ABOUT 22 ACRES OF PRODUCTIVE LAND. The property is known as HOFFMAN’S STORE STAND, and is improved by a large FRAME DWELLING AND STORE combined. Barn, Wagon Shed, Dairy. Ice House. Meat House, Cooper Shop, &c. The land is all under culti vation and very productive, well fenced and plenty of water; fine orchard of apple, pear and cherry trees; also, small fruits. This is a very handsome property and in a good neighborhood. property is within three miles of Rogers’Station, Green Spring Branch, N. C. R. R. Title good. TERMS OF SALE.—Cash. A deposit of $l5O will be required of purchaser when the property is knocked down by the auctioneer. AUGUST C. HOFFMAN, 603 West Hamburg street, Baltimore, Md. Mcb. 17.—ts. jglOR SALE. 52)4 ACRES OF UNIMPROVED LAND.*#* covered with second-growth chestnut timber, suitable for posts and rails, part of it covered with original oak: lays high and mostly level; has fine stream and good springs; sufficient Btone for building purposes. It is situated on Chest nut Ridge, within one mile of Beaver Dam, and within 1)4 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 be 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. J3OR SALE. A FARM OF 187 ACRES, In Harford coun ty.on the Jarrettsville turnpike; 140 acres clear ed, balance good timber; 10-room house, tenant house, barn and necossarv outbuildings, includ ing good barracks; plenty of excellent water, . fruit, etc.; about 4)4 miles from Corbett, N. C, R. R., and same distance from Baldwin, B. & L. R. R. Land very productive and suitable for dairy or stock farm. Further particulars on ap plication to No. 288.] LONGNECKER BROS., Apl. 17.—tf. Real Estate, Towson Md BREEDS BARRED RUCKS EXCLUSIVELY. EGGS FROM OUR PRIZE WINNERS, $2.50 per 13. EGGS FROM THE RUN OF THE FLOCK, SI.OO per 13; $5.00 per 100. JOSEPH PHIPPS. Manager, Mch. 17.—8 t. Towson, Md. xyE SELL AND RENT FARMS AND SUBURBAN HOMES.® J. E. LLOYD & CO., Real Estate Brokers, 6 East Lexington Street, Baltimore, Jan. 20.—tf. and Govanstown, Md. "13 LA NTS AND TREES. A FALL CABBAGE PLANTS FOR SALE. ALSO. FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. 49" Send for prices. E. A. BAOLEY. Bagley, Md. TIMBER HALL NURSERY Oct. 21—tf TjlOR SALE. A pair of RED BAY HORSES. ing and Mare, 5 and 7 years ; gelding a fine saddler and safe for ladies todrive, the mare a fine driver. These animals are sound and safe in every particular. Apply to J. EDWARD BROWN. Cockeysville, Baltimore county, Md. Mch, 17.—3 t. TTIOR SALE. A BLACK HORSE.a DARK NUT MARE, both fine drivers; 2 Fresh Thoroughbred JERSEY COWS, 1 Calf. 1 Exten- 1 lion Top Surrey. 1 Road Wagon, both with Poles 1 pnd Shafts; Double and Single Harness, fine i Riding Saddle and Bridle, all in good condition. For particulars address, “THE UNION,” Mch. 17.—2t* Towson, Md, Notchcliff Stock Farm, —4 MILES FROM TOWSON, ON THE — BALTIMORE & LEHIGH RAILROAD. JOHN K. COWEN, Proprietor. ADMIRAL KUSER 31319, the world for 2 miles; time. 4:28. Col. Kuser Is one of the most indefatigable horses ever on the turf. Dam—Queen Bed, bred as a 2-year-old by King Red. son of Bed Wilkes, who has 144 in the 2:80 2nd Dam— Flagoelet,dam of Fife, 2:13X, and Flask,2:l4 X, and dam of Plcolo.damof A11igr0,2:1414. 3rd Dam—Zither, by Jay Gould, record 2:2114, and sire of 31 in 2:30 or better. Admiral Kuser was foaled In 1897; color, black; will be 10 hands high and will weigh 1.100 lbs. when matured. He is a strong, powerful made young horse, fine style, a grand individual and a born i trotter. Breeding to such a horse Is putting money in the bank. pr-110 will be allowed 5 approved mares to breed on shares. Season to end June Ist. I I I I I|“ |“ ~ Sire—Alcantara 727, record 2:23: cham- E\l I 119 iHI bB Ir’r 1 pion sire of the 2:15 list and better, and [tu IUI lULII I **o 140, has 130 in the 2:30 or better list. Dam—Nancy Medium, by Bayonne TRIAL. 2:28. Prince 2939, record 2:2114, and dam of 3 that can beat 2:30. 2nd Dam—Belle Medium, dam of 3 in the list, by Happy Medium 400, sire of Nancy Hanks, 2:04 and 91 others in 2:30 list and better. NotchellfT is a bright glossy chestnut color, 15X hands, will weigh 1,000 lbs. Fine looker, elegant ; feet and legs and his offspring are all line lookers and good size. |3?”Servlcc Fee 820.00. Season ends July Ist. : A A II I r , AA Sire—Cabash, record 2:27V ; winner of ■ g\ H Jd Vfv 4-f) 0 20 blue ribbons. He was so well known om U t~\ VJ I la Un <t/au v j In Maryland that he needs no further ' comments. Dam—Marcella, by Sir Walkill 1547, sire of 12 in the 2:30 list or better. 2nd Dam—Valley Belle, by Mambrino Boy, record 2:26; sire of 13 in 2:30 or better and sire of the dam of Allerton. 2:09)4, and Axtell, 2:12. Cabash. Jr., is a solid bay color, 16 hands high and weighs 1,200 lbs. He has great style and action, perfect disposition, best of feet and legs. He won 2 premiums in the coach horse class in 1899. As a high class horse, for all purposes, his equal is not often found. He possesses speed but has j not been developed. His colts are large, good colors, stylish, good dispositions, fearless and Bhow speed. They are the kind that buyers are looking for. Service 815. Season ends July Ist. usual return privilege allowed. Terms cash at time of service or ou approved note, I payable at Towson National Bank, August Ist, 1900. Bred Younjf Florneg for galo. Horses taken to eonditlon ami train for raciujf, and Colts taken to break. Terms moderate. The public is cordially invited to call and see our Stock and facilities for working- same. For further particulars address, WILLIAM LAKE, Superintendent and Trainer, At Notchelill' Stock Farm. P. O.—Glen-Arm, Md, OR Gr. o. WILSOIsr, Feb. 3.—tf. 212 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Md. VALLEY VIEW STOCK FARM, OAKLEIGH STATION, B. & L. R. R. 3 a miles from towson. DUANE H. RICE, Proprietor. RED ROBERT, 13965, j By RED WILKES, 1749, Dam BELLE McCRECOR, Sire of Ralph Wilkes, 2:06V ; Ithuriel, 2:09V ; By Robert McGregor, 2:17V, sire of Cresceus, Blanche Louise, 2:10, and 142 others 2:07)4 ; Kentucky Star, 2:08)4 and 80 in the 2:30 list. other 2:30 performers. The Merits of a Stallion are Best Measured by His Produce. RED ROBERT took first premium at Timonium Fair, 1899, for best standardbred stallion with ! three of his get, and four of his colts took first premium in their respective classes. RED ROBERT is a beautiful bay, 15V hands, and will weigh 1150 lbs. His colts are good size, very handsome, good gaited and can all show natural speed. RED ROBERT will stand at 815 for the Season, with usual return privilege, or 825 to Insure. further information address, q u ninp Towson Md |3?“Speedy Roadsters, Coach, Family and Saddle ’ ' ’ Horses for sale at all times. Mch.l7.—tf. gcgal g^jcrtixjcs. John 11. Richardson, Attorney, 224 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. QBDER OF PUBLICATION. HENRIETTA SIIANEY 1 -In the- Vlreuit Court YS.— 1- for I Baltimore County, WILLIAM A. W. SHANEY.J In Equity. The object of this suit is to procure a divorce a vinculo matrimonii by the plaintiff from the said defendant, William A. W. Shaney. The bill states that the said plaintiff was mar ried to the said defendant on February 22d. 1893; that she is a resident of Baltimore county; that tljere is by said marriage one child, a boy, age •'four yeftFa.Lthaf'fhrTfrfesdanf-ftas-sliandQnetj. and deseited her; that the defendant has been guilty of the crime of adultery ; that ever since said marriage the plaintiff has behaved herself as a faithful, affectionate and chaste wife, and that the defendant is a non-resident of this State. It is thereupon, this 19th day of February, 1900, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, or dered that the plaintiff, by causing a copy of this order to bo inserted in some newspaper publish ed in Baltimore county, once in each of four successive weeks, on or before the 26th day of March, 1900. give notice to the absent defendant of the object and substance of this bill, warning him to appear in this honorable court, in person or by solicitor, - '-Tr; WsLETWrWmANV Clerk. True Cony—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Feb. 24.—5 t. Bobert 11. Bussey, Attorney, Towson, Md. CIOCKEYSVILLK PERPETUAL BUILD ' ING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BALTIMORE COUNTY. ROBERT H. BUSSEY, ATTORNEY NAMED IN THE MORTGAGE. VS. JOHN R. MORFOOT AND MARY R. MOR FOOT, HIS WIFE, in the Circuit Court for Balti more County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Balti more county, this Ist day of March, 1900, that the sale made and reported by Robert H. Bussey, Attorney named in mortgage, forthesale of the property described in the proceedings In the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown, On or before the 26th day of March, 1900, Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti more county, onco in each of three successive weeks before the said 26th day of March, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be $415.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Cleric, Mch. 3.—4 t. Bobert 11. Bussey, Attorney, Towson, Md. Cocke ysville perpetual build ing AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BA LTIMORE COUNTY, ROBERT H. BUSSEY, ATTORNEY NAMED IN MORTGAGE, YS. MAURICE ELWOOD, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this Ist day of March, 1900, that the sale made and reported by Robert H. Bussey, Attor ney named in the mortgage, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, bo ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown, On or before the 26th day of March, 1900 ; Provided a copy of this order be inserted in somo newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 26th day of March, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be $450.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Mch. 3.—4 t. Ralph Robinson, Attorney, 739 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md. Ralph robinson, assignee, vs. AUGUST GUNTHER AND MARY LOUISE P. GUNTHER, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDEHED.by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 16th day of March, 1900, that the salo made and reported by Ralph Robinson, As signee, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the con trary thereof be shown, On or before the 9th day of April, 1900, Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each of three successive weeks before tbe said 9th day of April, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be $360.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Mch. 17.—4 t. Boarman A- TAndsay, Attorneys, Towson and Baltimore. Trustees waugh chapel of the m. E. CHURCH VS. D. H. TWINING ET AL., In the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity, ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Balti more county, this Ist day of March, 1900. that the sale made and reported by Robnrt R. Boar man, James J. Archer, J. F. Hancock and David G. Mclntosh, Trustees, for the sale of the prop erty described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 26th day of March, 1900; Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti more county, once in each or three successive weeks before the said 26th day of March, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be $5,400.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Mch 3.—4 t TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county letters testamentary on the estate of WILLIAM LIEBNO, late of said county, deceased. Ail persons having claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 17 th day of September , 1900 ; They may otherwise by la w be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 13th day of March, 1900. HANNAH F. LIEBNO, Mcb. 17.-4t* Executrix. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration on the estate of HENRY F. ECKENRODE. late of said county deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 17 th day of September, 1900 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to 9aid estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my band this 13th day of March. 1900. MARIA M. ECKENRODE. Mch. 17.—4 t Administratrix. i Segal HortijCEjs. I Ralph Robinson, Attorney, 739 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md. Mary gowen, mortgagee, vs. john G. GEGNER, in the Circuit Court for Balti more County, in Equity. ORDERED, by tbe Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 16th day of March, 1900. that the ’, sale made and reported by Ralph Robinson, Attorney named in the mortgage, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings c above entitled cause, be ratified gfliJ 50Tftlrmed a unless cause to the contrajjAhGreof be shown, ’ On or before „f April, 1900; ; Provided a cppjr' of this order be inserted in t . somo newgp£p er printed and published in Balti -3 m 22'-o?lknty once in each of three successive IJR-eks before the said 9th day of April, 1900. . The report states the amount of sales to be 5 $1,320.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN. Clerk. f True Copy—Test: 1 N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Meh. 17.—4 t. I ... -■-■■■ ■■■ ■ - Jesse Slingluff and Jefferson T>. Norris, At -9 torneys, Baltimore, 3ld. r TTOSEPH SANDMAN ET AL. VS. THEO f f 3 DORE ANDREAE ET AL., in the Circuitt t Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ? I ORDERED.bv the Circuit Court for Baltimore i county, this 27th day of February, 1900, that the I private sale made and reported by Jesse SliiurhitT unless cause tO’iffC contrary tTiercof EeeiiownT On or before the 26th day of March, 1900; Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each ot three successive weeks before the said 26th day of March, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be - $1,500.00. N. CHARLES BURKE. 1 True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. , Mch. 3.—4 t. John 11. Richardson, Attorney, 224 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. t TO CREDITORS. 3 THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscri -3 bers have obtained from the Orphans’ Court of • Baltimore county, letters testamentary on the estate of ANNA MYER, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said ostate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers, , On or before the 10th day of September, 1900; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under our hands this 6th day of March, 1900. JOHN H. RICHARDSON, , JOHN F. DEBOY. Mch. 10.—4 t, Executors. f J. A. Burton, Attorney, B. £ O. Central lfuilditif/, Baltimoret f Md, TO CREDITORS. 3 THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sutascrl s ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court ■ of Baltimore county letters testamentary on the > estate of > JOHN HENRY SMITH, , late of said county, deceased. All pevsons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers ( thereof, to the subscriber, s On or before the lOth day of September, 1900 ; > they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said > estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 6th day of March, 1900. MILTON BURNETT SMITH, Mch. 10.—4t* Executor. IV. Gill Smith, Attorney, Towson, Md. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscrl , ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county letters of administration on the estate of HENRY J. HICK. 1 late of said county, deceased. Ail persons having claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 10th day of September.l9oo ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay -1 ment. Given under my hand this 7th day of ! March, 1900. MARY ELIZABETH HICK, Mcb. 10.—4t* Administratrix. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters testamentary on the estate of ANN ELIZA TALBOTT, late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the loth day of September, 1900; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to mako immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 6th day of March, 1900. BJINJ. T. RIDGELY. Mch. 10.—4t* Executor. Truck and fruit farm TO RENT REASONABLY For money rent. Only to party of undoubted ©means to run It properly. On HillenjEMi road, 2 miles from Baltimore limits ; 51*2? Acres, 9-room House, Barn, over 400 bearing fruit trees. An Expert Chicken Kaiser would move his stock there provided a special partner with $2,500.00 cash would join him in this business on the place. Apply to HENRY L. BOWEN, „ . „ „ Real Estate Agent, Towson, Md. Mch. 17.—3 t. MORIAH LODGE, 116, A. F. & A. M. /V\ A stated communication of Mount Moriah Lodge. A. F. & A. M„ will be held In THE TEM PLE. Towson, Pint and Third Tuesday of Each Month, At 8 o’clock P. M. By order of the W. M. THOMAS C. BRUFF, Oct. 7.—tf. Secretary. CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. A SNUG FARM OF 40 ACRES, (35 cleared), with fair improvements, the finest water ana plenty of fruit, within five minutes' drive of Cockeysvilie, N, C. R. R. Land has southern ex posure and is well adapted to farming or truck ing. For particulars address LONGNECKER BROS., May 2.—tf. [No. 270.1 Real Estate, Towson, Md For sale. A BMALL FARM, at Blenheim, 10th dis-WEII trict, Baltimore county, containing 21 ACRES, nicely improved and productive; good water and plenty of fruit. For particulars as to price, etc., i Address, LONGNECKER BROS., i No. 319. Real Estate, Towson, Md. Jan. 20. —tf. pUsceUaneous. SALK. The undersigned, agents for owners, offers at private sale, the property kuown as the dfh ‘•Kephart’’ farm,situated within a shortdis- fM tanco of Reisterstown, containing 200 aciee more or less. In a high state of cultivation with small tract of woodland. The improvements are of a very substantial character, consisting of a largo brick mnnsion, large brick barn and other buildings. This property is within a short distance of St. George’s Station. W. M. R. R and within a short walk of the olectric railway' It has very many advantages, such as excellent water in abundance; high and healthy location convenient to churches, schools, stores. shoDs' etc., and within a short walk of Hannah More Academy, a well known college for young ladies It is offered for sale at this time to close an es tate. It has been the home of Mr. Keister Rus sell for 30 years, and is an ideal country home and farm, and must be seen to be appreciated. Particulars on application to the undersigned LONGNECKER BROS.. . , „ .. Heal Estate, Towson. Md. Apl. 22,-tf. [No. 312] JIARM FOR SALE. gj A FARM OF 115 ACRES, situated in the lu£n district of Baltimore county, on the road lead ing from Blue Mount Station, on the Northern Central Railroad, to Wesley Chapel, and within one and one-half miles of said station. It is known as the property formerly belonging to George W. Cuddy .and adjoins lands of Messrs. Jacob M. Pearce, William Light and others. It is improved by ordinary buildings, and is well adapted for dairying and general farm ing. We can sell this property for a very small cash payment, the credit payment to be secured by mortgage on the place. Apply to n . LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Towsontown. May 19.-tf. INo. 228.1 JpOR SALE. A valuable Truck Farm, containing 39* a ACRES, situated on Hazelwood avenue, 12th dis trict, about 1 mile from the Belair road and about 3 miles from the present limits of Balti morecity. Improved by a 7-room House, Barn and Stable, that will accommodates horses and 7 cows; has plenty of water and conveniently situated to schools, postoffice, etc., and quite near electric cars. This is one of the best im- J)i vc-U uuU moot u.wUuui.ttw I* ai—sisssn ■ll -asam*.* tiraore county. Further particulars on applica tion to LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate, Towson, Md., or THOMAS C. BIDDISON, Gardenville, Baltimore county. Apl. 9.—tf. [No. 300.] VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALK. fell Valuable for Development. We offer for sale a farm of about 157 ACRES, situated on Green Spring avenue, about one mile west of Mt. Washington, about 3 miles from pres ent city limits: about 25 acres in wood and bal ance cleared; location high and healthy and al together a very desirable location; land suscep tible of division and would prove valuable as an investment for future development. Large frame dweilingandall the necessary farm build ings ; excellent water and an abundance of it. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., No. 304. Real Estate, Towson, Md. Aug. 20.—tf. J3OR SALK. ~~ gg A VALUABLE FARM OF 150 ACRES, m?re or less, in Baltimore county, at the head of Du lany’s Valley and adjacent to Long Green Val ley ; about 12 miles from Baltimore city, and within 12 minutes’ drive of Hyde Station, Balti more & Lehigh Railway; 125 acres under culti vation and balance in timber. It is well water ed. having three never-failing springs. Improv ed by a Frame Dwelling House, large Bank Barn, Wagon Shed and other buildings. This property is beautifully situated and has many advantages. For terms and further description, address, LONGNECKER BROS., Sept.2B.—tf. [No. 280.] Real Estate, Towson, Md. PROPERTY FOR SALE. We offer for sale a desirable House and Lot in the village of Reisterstown. fronting on the SKB turnpike, and near the Hannah More *lf a Academv. The lot fronts about 46 feet fM and has a depth of 129 feet, and is in fee. The house is frame, contains 6 rooms, good celler. and is in excellent condition. Pump of flDe water at the door. The owner’s intention to leave the country is tbe reason for selling. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS.. Oct. 7—tf. [No. 315] Real Estate. Towson, Md. jgtORSAJUEf A valuable and attractive farm of 83 ACRES, 4£|iu Long Oreen Valley,one mile from Bald- >£4 HHwin Station, Baltimore and Lehigh Kail mad; rood house, barn and necessary outbuilds lugs. In good order ; about 15 acres In wood, bal ance under cultivation; schools.churches.stores, shops, etc., at convenient distance. Soil kind and very productive. Neighborhood healthy and water excellent. For terms, &c„ apply to LONGNECKER BROS., Ap1.28.-tf. [No.2ll] Real Estate, Towson, Md JptOß SALE. gj| A Rare Chance to Purchase a Valuable Carriage and Wagon Manufactory. We offer at private sale a very valuable CAR RIAGE MANUFACTORY; business long es tablished and very profitable, with a growing trade. The property is also well suited for a Country Store, and a large business could be done by an energetic man. Address, LONGNSECKEH BROS., jb - A snug property of 21 ACRES, more or less. s£Sßituated on the Joppa road, midway be-JM ■j&twecn Fork and Kingsville; in flnestate*S? of cultivation; well fenced and watered, good orchard of apples, pears and small fruits. The improvements are a nine-room frame house, bank bam and necessary outbuildings. Within two miles of Bradshaw Station, B. A O. R. R.; splendid neighborhood. Price $2,100. Address, LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Aug. 3.—tf. [No. 251.] Towson, Md jpiOß SALE. A beautiful farm containing 50 ACKES.feI large dwelling, barn, corn house. Ac.; within lo minutes' drive of Loch Haven Station, B. A L. It. 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 distance of the Harrord turn pike and convenient to churches, school, mill, store, Ac. Further particulars on application to LONGNECKER BROS., INO. 290.] Real Estate. Towson, Md. June 6.—tf. JIOR SALE. A farm of about 25 ACRES, with new barn, a two-story log and frame house; 4 acres g&fa woodland, situated in the 11th district. onHlii Morgan's Mill road, leading from the Dulany’s Valley and Sweet Air turnpike to the Manor road and adjoining the farms of John G. Booth. Henry Doiter and others. It has on It two springs of good water, apple orchard. Is well fenced and soil productive. Further particu lars on application to LONGNECKER BROS., Feb. 17—tf. [32o] Real Estate, Towson, Md. J3OR SALE. A FRAME DWELLING. SHEDDING A* STABLE, also, adjoining the above, a FRAME BTORK (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 $33.00. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Towßon, Md. May 4.—tf. [No. 231.] JpiOß SALE] A valuable tract of unimproved land near a station on Baltimore A 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.] jpiOß SALE. About 800 ACRES of very valuable farming lands in Baltimore county,sltuatedabout3 miles from Glyndon, Western Maryland Railroad. This property will be sold on easy terms. For further information, address LONGNECKER BROS., Real Estate Agents and Brokers, June 10.—tf. [No. 284.1 Towson, Md JjllNE FARM FOR SALE. |g) 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 four miles, in an easterly direction, from Baltimore on a good road. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., Feb. B—tf. [No. 282.] Real Estate, Towson Md, TTIOR SALE. FARM OF 76 ACRES, situated within 16Hp minutes’ drive of Monkton Station, N. C. K. R All cleared except about 3 acres; well watered fairly good fencing but no buildings. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., Mch.l2.-tf- [No. 290] Rea) Estate. Towson. Md fJtOWSON COTTAGE FOR SALE. We offer for sale a snug and eligibly loca-Ka ted COTTAGE IN TOWSON. Property in good condition. Excellent water. Terms to suit. Apply to LONGNECKER BROS., No. 314. Heal Estate, Towson, Md. May 6.—tf. VVONEY TO LOAN. I have SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE, in sums to suit. Apply to JOHN J. TIMANUB, Attorney at Law, Nov. 4.—tf. Piper Building, Towson, Md. T7URST-CLASB MANURE FOR SALE. Apply to Dr. THOS. W. BPRANKLIN, 1311 to 1321 Harford avenue, Mch. 10.—3 t. Baltimore. Md. rjio LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE. One sum of S6OO, one su’d of SBOO, one sum of sl’°oo’One sum of $2,000. hn p _ GONTBUM , Attorney at Law, Towsontown, Md. May 4.—tf ■ ■JLTORTGAGES BOUGHT. desiring to sell MORTGAGES ON FIRST-CLASS REAL ESTATE can find a pur chaserbyaddreMin| >ogToFFicR May 80.—tf Towson. Md. TS/TONEY to loan. IN SUMS OF SSOO AND UPWARDS, ON FIKST A^Iyre AGE WILLIAM S. KKECH. Fob. I—— tf. Smedley Row, Towson. Md. ory f\4\f \ TO LOAN IN SUMS OF SI,OOO ® 7 iffiP AMUp rw"VEM i . June!.—tf. Attorney at Law. Towson, Md.