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ii TOWSON, Md. e ————— \ Saturday, - - April 14,1900. \ t LONQNECKER BROS., Editor* *nd Proprietors. - ■ —= j $ I.Boper annum--inadvance. Pottagepre- ‘ paid. If o subscription taken for let* than six month*. ..j; i The tax rate of Baltimore city for 1900 has been fixed at 11.67 on the *IOO. This low rate was made possible by the fact that the banks of the city lately agreed to pay about 1500.000 of back taxes over which there had been a contention for several years. The last man to be named as a running mate for Col. William Jennings Bryan on the Democratic Presidential ticket is ex-Governor Robert E. Pattison, of Pennsylvania. There appears to bo no longer any doubt about Bryan heading the ticket, but who the second man will be is still an unsolved problem. The rapidity with which the population of country is being Increased by Immigra tion is shown by the fact that if the new ar rivals continue to make their appearance at the same rate as they have been doing during the first two or three months of 1900 the total for the year will reach nearly half a million. Is addition to the national military parks at Gettysburg, Cbickatnauga, Antietam, Shiloh and Vicksburg, others are proposed at Stone River, around Fredericksburg and Atlanta. The battle-fields of a country are among its great historical monuments and the interest of the people in them is the same in all genera tions. As the world does not believe in government tempered by assassination, it is to be hoped that the miscreant who last week tried to kill the Prince of Wales will find a speedy trial and quick punishment. We have lost two Presidents by assassination and lately have had a Kentucky tragedy, and so must look with horror upon the taking of life by the hand of vengeance. TnE school boys of Philadelphia have em ployed a messenger boy named James Francis Smith to carry their message of sympathy to President Kruger. “Jimmy” sailed from New York on Wednesday for Pretoria and it is es timated that it will take him forty-five days to make the round trip, the entire distance to travel being about 24,000 miles. A delegation of 125 Philadelphia boys went to New York to see their messenger off. This week has been rather a disastrous one for the British in South Africa and it is cer tain .that the Boers are not losing ary ground, but are holding on with remarkable tenacity. General Getacre, who has not been successful in his efforts, has been recalled to Loudon. Up to April 7th the total British losses, includ ing killed, wounded, missing and prisoners, amounted to 23,000 officers and men. Of this number there were killed in action 211 officers and 1,960 men. Is as interview with a representative of the New York World a few days ago ex-Senator Gorman said : “I have no intention of figur ing conspicuously in the forthcoming contest. I am content to leave the conduct of the cam paign to the younger men of the party. I in- tend tc— J/> ”ote my attention, for the present at least, to my private affairs. From time to time, however, I shall be glad to advise and counsel the men who have the campaign in charge. That's all.” The ex-Senator said he would not be a delegate to the National Con vention and that he did not propose to attend it. .. . . j tUO nomination for the Presidency, thought to have been a llcpuh- family in Vermont are all of that faith and it was natural to suppose V" the Admiral was a Republican also. Whilein Philadelphia the other day he was asked this question : “Are you correctly reported to be a Democrat?” After a little hesitation the Ad miral replied: “Yes, I think I can answer that. Yes, lam a Democrat.” That ought to settle it, but it won’t win the nomination for the sly old “sea dog.” On Tuesday the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the United States Senate voted unanimously against the seating of Senator Clark, of Montana, who was charged, in plain terms, with having bought his way into the Senate. It is said that he expended about 1200,000 in the contest in the Legislature and that the entire expense incurred by him in the campaign reached nearly 11,000,000. The investigation by the Senate Committee, which had been in progress several months, cost a large sum of money, and its said Senator Clark paid his counsel an immense fee to conduct his case before the committee. It is high time we were getting rid of such terms and associations as Scotch-Irish, Irish- Americans, EDglish-Americans and German- Araericans. A man in this country cannot be two things. He is either an American or a foreigner. We now read that the German- American editors, as a body almost, or, as Oswald Ottenderfer expresses it, “a large per centage” of them, will oppose the re-election of President McKinley. As Americans, these editors can do as they please, but they are making a mistake in designating themselves by the prefix German. No born or adopted American should cling to the traditions of race or the ways of the fatherland. In America do as Americans do. The long struggle over the Porto Rican tariff bill ended on Wednesday when it passed the House of Representatives, with the Senate changes, by a vote of 161 to 153. Nine Repub licans voted against the bill. As it originally passed the House it was a simple bill imposing 15 per cent, of the Dingley rates on goods go ing into Porto Rico from the United States, and coming from Forto Rico into the United States. As amended by the Senate and agreed to by the House, all restrictions on goods coming into the United States from Porto Rico are eliminated, and certain foodstuffs and other articles which heretofore have gone into Porto Rico free by Executive orders arc excluded from the operation of the 15 percent, duty imposed on goods entering the island from the United States. A complete scheme of civil government for the island is also at tached to the measure. Since the Admiral announced his candidacy for President of the United States a good deal of interest centers around the Dewey family. Among the stories that are appearing in the newspapers from day to day is one to the ef fect that Mrs. Dewey who had been a Catholic, had changed to the Protestant faith. A letter from Washington says that in early life she t was an ardent Methodist, but soon grew tired of that denomination and became an Episco palian. From this she drifted into theosophy, and thence to the Catholic Church, becoming a pew-holder in St. Matthew’s, one of the old estapd.wealthiest in Washington. A rupture of some nathre in this church eaused her to transfer her membership to St. Paul’s, a small church in the northwestern part of the city. It is understood that Mrs. Dewey Lad not at tended services for more than a year when she applied to Father Mackin to perform the cere mony which was to make her the wife of Ad miral Dewey. He declined to officiate unless Mrs. Dewey would attend confessional com -inunion. This she of course agreed to and at time the marriage ceremony was ~ performed- Mrs. Dewey applied for member ship in St. John’s Church, but the fact that it was impossible to secure a pew in that fash ionable place of worship caused her to decide on the Church of the Ascension, and she and the Admiral will become pew-holders there. Correspondence Baltimore County Union. LETTER FROM TEXAS. ' Harvey, Texas, April 2d. 1900. 1 J tun*. Editor*:-The weather In this locality j Is really beautiful, clear and warm, the thermom eter standing at 75 degrees. Vegetation Is rapid- J ly budding into new life, and to take a general view of things as they present themselves today and compare It with tne scenes of only a few j days ago It would seem that we have suddenly been transported from a cold regionmany miles , to the sunny South. Thecllmateof Texas would j be all that any person could desire for pleasant ness throughout the entire year if it were not for the interference of those disagreeable “northers," which prevail at intervals during the winter and early spring months. Anyone unaccustomed to the suddenness of the changes of temperature which occur in almost all por tions of this Btate can scarcely believe that the lightest clothing will feel uncomfortably warm only an hour or two before the heaviest raiment that can be had will not protect one from tho piercing cold wind as It sweeps across the prai ries. Cattle quit their grasing fields as soon as tho wind strikes them and run for the nearest gully or timber In order to seek protection from it and remain hidden until hunger drives them back to their range, or till the fury of the blast has subsided. The most comfortable part in connection with the "northers” is the shortness of their duration, it being not over three days at any one time and often does notexceed two days. They occur, as a rule, from December till April, after which time the prevailing wind is a steady breeze from the south for nearly the remainder of the year. Farmers are very busy at this time. Corn is up and looking very well. Cotton will be all planted in about ten days should the weather continue favorable so long. Bryan is on a boom. Streets are being graded preparatory to paving. This is an improvement which will be greatly appreciated, as the dust which rises from the streets in the summer sea son is very disagreeable. A new railroad, known as the Calvert, Waco and Brazos Valley road, is under construction and will be completed as far as Bryan by the first of August next. A new cotton gin will be built some time dur ing the coming summer in connection with the cotton seed oil mill, which is located at Bryan. The new gin is to be fitted up with two 250-horse power engines and 16 gin stands, having a gin ning capacity of 200 bales every 24 hours. The country ginners now charge 40 cents per 100 pounds and 75 cents extra for bagging and ties per bale, making an average of about $2.50, per bale, which the producer of the staple must pay. Tho now Bryan ginning company, it is said, will do the work for 60 cents per bale, exclusive of bagging and ties, the cost of which will be about 60 cents per bale, thus making a total cost to the farmer of $1 per bale, befog a reduction of 11.50 per bale on the price heretofore paid. Country gins will probably be compelled to cease opera tions for want of custom, if situated anywhere within a circuit of ten miles from Bryan, as cheapness is economy to the farmers of this day and age, and they will doubtless patronize the cheapest gin factory that is in their reach. Sub scriptions are also being received for a new cot ton factory, which will probably be located at Bryan, the cost of which will be SIOO.OOO. This neighborhood, in fact tho entire county, has just passed through an epidemic of measles. Nearly all the schools were affected and some of them have been closed entirely for several weeks past for want of pupils. The afliie tion has about subsided, however, and but few fatalities have resulted from the visitation. The floating population of this part of the State seem to be gofog westward this year In large numbers. lota. Great Work of tbo Census. Mr. W. R. Merriam, director of the United States Census, gives an interesting account in the JVorlA American Review of the elaborate machinery that is already being organized for the purpose of taking the census. They do not expect the population of the United States to be more than from seventy-three to seventy-four millions. To count all these mil lions there has been appointed a director, as sistant director, five statisticians, 2,800 enu merators, who will work the Hollerith ma chines, 300 supervisors, 3,000 clerks, messen gers and others. They will use about one thousand keyboard punchers, and the entire work of transcribing the individual records will be done in four months. The actual counting of the people will be undertaken by 50,000 men. The full report of the censusmust be completed in two years. Speaking of the cards used for taking the census, Mr. Merriam says: “The cards are printed with letters and symbols, so arranged that by punching holes in the proper space we get the following infor mation regarding each individval —race, sex, color, age, conjugal condition, birthplace of person, of father, mother, years in the United States, occupation, school attendance, &c. These cards, though only 7-1000 of an inch in thickness, would form a stack, if piled one on another, about nine miles high, and they wilt weigh about 200 tons. The “Rubes” Will be There in Force. Baltimore Herald. The Kansas farmers are arranging to attend the Democratic National Convention, which will begin its session in Kansas City on July 4th, and to camp out until the Convention completes its work. Various county delega tions will fit up covered wagons. A great car avan of these prairie houses will move across the plains and take up finally at Kansas City. Six hundred wagons will come from theneigh borhood of Wichita alone, and from other points there will probably he an equally large outturn, uruk.ii>g tru encampment of several thousands. They will probably bring the family and a week’s load of provisions. This great attendance of farmers, it C-, where i great turnouts aYfifosuai. The Populists will have a chance to look at the assembled states men and the statesmen will have a correspond ing advantage of obtaining the views of the haymakers at short range. It is to be hoped that this i 3 not an effort on Mr. Bryan’s part to pack the Convention. In a late issue of the Chrittian Advocate Dr. A. K. Carroll published full tables of statistics of all the churches in this country. He places the summary for 1899 as 151,771 ministers, 188,496 churches and 26,971,933 communicants, showing a gain, taking the totals, of 2,228 min isters, 1,661 churches, 348,230 communicants. Perhaps though the most notable fact is in re gard to the Methodists, where, according to Dr. Carroll's statistics, the entire Methodist bodies, seventeen in number, have 36,561 ministers, 53,908 churches, 5,809,977 members, allowing a gain entire of 381 ministers, 981 churches and 1,045 members. The Methodist Episcopal Church shows the very heavy loss of 21,713 members, although the number of churches has increased 315. The delegates elected by the Baltimore Annual Conference of the M. E. Church to the General Conference which will meet in Chicago next month are as follows : Rev. I)r. John F. Goucher, Rev. Joel Brown, Rev. Dr. Frank M. Bristol. Rev. Dr. John Lanahan and Rev. Dr. W. S. Edwards. The alternates are Rev. J. C. | Nicholson and Rev. Dr. L. B. Wilson. Mr. Lewis M. Bacon, of Baltimore county, was chosen one of the lay delegates to the Confer ence, and W. G. Bishop, also of this county, one of the lay alternates. The Daruy Manufacturing Company, one of the oldest business houses in Baltimore city, made an assignment this week for the benefit of its creditors. Its liabilities are said to be 1180,000 and its assets *125,000. The business i —that of manufacturing candy—will be con tinued and it is thought all the creditors will be paid. Coal has been selling in Austria at $lO a ton, and some of the German schools have been closed for lack of fuel. Export* of American coal to Europe are becoming common. An English syndicate is said to have contracted for 2,000,000 tons of Alabama coal to be for warded byway of New Orleans. There is no native of the State of Nebraska among its Representatives in either branch of Congress, notwithstanding the fact that Ne braska became a State thirty-three years ago and was the twenty-fourth admitted into the Union. The contract has been let for rebuilding the great auditorium in Kansas City and the build ers have given a heavy bond to have it com pleted in time for the Democratic National Convention to assemble there on the 4th of July. The British Government has made a con tract with New York dealers to furnish 35,000 horses for the use of the army in South Africa. The contract price amounts to several millions of dollar*. George Bassett, who died in Chicago re cently, was one of the few remaining early settlers of that city, having established his home there in 1835. He lost $85,000 in the great fire. Exports of American manufactured goods have increased 60 per cent, within two years. The capacity to make the best articles at the best prices is full of splendid promise for the country. On the lakes ships worth $9,000,000 are under construction, an increase over last year of $5,800,000. Water transportation is keeping pace with the progress of the world. Tub Pbinck of Wales will be reinstalled as Grand Master of the English Free Masons on April 25th, the anniversary of his twenty sixth year of grand mastership. In the last thirty years 9,575 lives have been lost in the Pennsylvania anthracite coal mines. Peace has its tragedies as well as war. Within the past four years William Jen nings Bryan has traveled over 100,000 miles j for the purpose of speech making | Property Tranefersin Baltimore County. —Deeds. Leases. Mortgages. Bills of Sale, etc., . received for record in the office of the Llerx or the Circuit Court for Baltimore county: DEEDS. ASSIGNMENTS. ETC. Frederick J. Beck to James Young, 152 acres, , 15th district, $5, &c. „ t ] August Schmidt to Charles Schweiger and w re, , lot on Lombard and 7th streets, 12th district, ground rent $49, $1,400. I Sarah A. McGinnis et al. to Tydlngs M. McGin- , nis, 279 acres, 7th district, $4,792.85. , G. Dorsey Beit and wife to Theodore C. Sparks, , 101 acres, Bth district, $2,600. Mary L Wagner and husband to Canton Na tional Bank, lot in Canton. $2,000. John H. Dracb ct al. to Richard K. Smith, lot, sth district, SIOO. . _ Edward H. Hall and wife to Henrietta H. Hall etal., interest in farm in 11th district, sl. c. John H. Ritter to Catharine E. Bitter, lot. 4th district. $lO. . John H. Ritter to Margaret C. Marshall, lot, 4th district, $lO. G. R. Bombardt and wife to D. W. Mathaney and wife, lot in l!th district, ground rent $36, $630. „ . Albinus Scbock and wife to Julius A .Maaske and wife, lot In Highlandtown, ground rent S4O. $1,500. . , , . . Carrie R. Owen to Henry Schoenfals. lot in 8d district. $5, &c. „ „ „ . Thomas J. Haile and wife to Wm. H. Sewall and wife. 172 acres, 48 perches, 11th district, $5,000. Roland Park Company to J. B. Noel " yatt. lot at Roland Park, th district. #215. Anna J. Brays and husband to Katharine Oster haus. interest in lot in 12th district, s4is. The Woodberry Manufacturing Co. to Mt. v er non Woodberry Cotton Duck Co., interest in Woodberry. Clipper & Mt. Washington, Mills, $5, Ac. T , Robert T. Paine, Jr., power of attorney to John H. Storer. Robert T. Paine, Jr., power of attorney to Arthur Lyman. _ _ Catharine wicks. Ac., to Charles T. Jones and wife, lot near Mt. Washington, SSOO. Charles M. Stewart to Norman James, 22X acres, 13th district. $90.68. Wilhelmina M. Hermila and husband to Otto Dorn and wife, lot in Canton. $375. D. Meredith Reese, attorney, to Assurance P. L. A S. A., lots in 12th district. $2,500. Robert H. Bussey and Frank I. Duncan, trus tees. to Jane Bull, lot in Bth district, $586. Charles D. Fisher to Nannie P. Fisher, 204 8-100 acres, at Lake Station, 9th district, $5, Ac. Nannie P. Fisher and husband to Sally T. F. Nelson, lot neaf Ruxton, 9th district. $1,6C0. William Keys and wife to John W. Bull, lot at Warren, Bth district, S2O. George R. Willis, attorney, to Charles E. Spald ing, lot in 3d district, $3,600. David A. Thompson to August Christ and wife. lot in Highlandtown, ground rent $37.50, seßs. Carrie A. Gibson to Mary E. Johnson lot near Reisterstown, $2,400. Charlotte K. Barren to Wm. H. Parren, lot in 13th district, $5, Ac. Annie Sherwood et al. to Lawrence Gill, lot at St. Denis, 13th dietrict, S2OO. William Ferguson to Anna Ferguson, 61 acres in Ist district, $24,375. David Wright to David A. Thompson, lot in Highlandtown, ground rent, $38.50, SI,OOO. Julius A. Maaske and wife to Johns C. Grief, lot in Highlandtown, ground rent S4O, S6OO. MORTGAGES. Tydings M. McGinnis and wife to Christopher M. Slade, (2,000. George C. Goldman and wife to Canton P. B. A. No. 1, SBOO. Charles Schweiger and wife to Maryland Brew ing Co.. $1,300. Charles H. Lee and wife to Harrison Rider. $l5O. Charles Wulf to Boulevard P. B. A L. A., S2OO. Warner D. Helm to Mary A. J. Aull, $250. Mary A. J. Aull to Juliet M. llirckhcad. SI,OOO. Edwin Ring et al. to Robert H. Ring, SI,OOO. D. W. Mathaney to Canton P. B. A. No. 1, S7OO. Julius A. Maaske and wife to Canton P. B. A. No. 1. SI,OOO. Wm. H. Sewall and wife to Anna S. Bond, $2,000. Charles T. Jones to North Bond Street P. B. A 8. S., S3OO. Alexander 11. Russell and wife to George White lock, trustee, Ac., $1,500. Same to George Whitelock, $1,500. Philip Weidman and wf. to Jennie Redwine, SBOO. Richard D. Cratle and wife to E. G. Geraud,s3oo. August Christ and wife to German P. M. A 8. A.. $624. Arthur V. Fletton and wife to Twcnty-niutb German-American B. A., $2,080. DILLS OF SALE. Frank K. Augins to Realty and Investment Co., S2OO. Max Hopkins to Barney Bealefeld, s2l. John T. Blair and wife to J. A. Frederick, $305.16. ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGES. Tho Independent L. A 8. A. to Carroll B. A. M. R. Miller to Lewis M. Baton, 2. Mary A. J. Aull to Juliet M. Blrckhead. Margaret McGreevy to James J. Lindsay. The Independent L. A S. A. to Carroll Jb A. CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 11. R. Polk to John Matthews Apparatus Co., $750. Alice E. Jones to Eliza Cook, S6OO. RELEASE OF MORTGAGES. Baltimore Trust and Guarantee Co. to Roland pp i* lr Co Roland Park Co. to Roland Park M. E. Church. Canton P. B. A. No. 1 to Thomas J. Clark. Charles It. Schmidt to Wm. C. Falck. Thomas Leib to O, W. Whitecraft aod wife. Frederick Linker, executor, to W. N. Stocks dale and wife. Eureka B. A. to Mary L. Wagner and husband. T. R. Pumphrey to Edwin Ring and wife. Canton P. B. A. No. 1 to George Bamhardt. Patterson Park P. L. A B. A. to Frederick Stamp. Cockeysville P. B. A S. A. to Katie Baker. John W. Jefferson to Alfred W. Curry and wife. Caroline Gable to Jacob S. Williams. Charles H. Fitzgerald to Marie G. Smith. Charles A. Lurman to Thomas J. Haile and wife. Somerset Savings Bank A L. A. to Katherine Wicks. Florence Bailey to Alexander li. Russell. George Whitelock, trustee, to same. Same to same. ' Maryland Title Insurauce and Trust Co. to Adal bert Goodrich. f Edgar H. Gans et al.. committee, to Mary K. Assurance P. L. A S. A. trHDavid A. Thompson. James H. Penn to Wm. Erflackson., Cockeysville P. B. A Afatr* F. Kcnny 4, Hft'yTMka ijj a' For nearly twenty years Postmasters Gen eral have recommended reforms in second class mail regulations that would stop a waste of $20,000,000 annually. One of the least creditable points in the record of Congress is its repeated refusal to correct this great abuse. gjotttlijatl iJottccs. PRIMARY ELECTIONS. By virtue of the authority vested in us by the Republican State Central Committee, we. the undersigned, members of said Committee for Baltimore county, designate Friday, May 4th, 1900, Between the hours of 3 and 7 P. M., As the date for the holding of the REPUBLI CAN PRIMARY ELECTIONS in the 2d. 3d, 4th, sth, Cth, 7th, Bth, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th. 14th and 15th districts of Baltimore county, and Saturday, May Bth, 1900, For the holding of the same in the Ist and 13th districts of Baltimore county, for the purpose of electing FIVE DELEGATES from each of said districts, to meet in convention, AT TOWSON, on Monday. May 7th, 1900. at 11 A. M.. to select Seven Delegates to tho Republican State Con vention. which is to meet IN BALTIMORE CITY on May 9th. 1900. And also in tbo said 2d,3d,4tb,sth.6th,7th,Bthi 9tb, 10th, lltb. 12th. 14th and 15th districts, to select FIVE DELEGATES, to meet in conven tion AT TOWSON, on Monday, May 7tb, at 12 M., to select Six Delegates to represent said districts in tho Republican District Convention for the Second Congressional District of Maryland, which is to meet IN BALTIMORE CITY, on May Bth, 1900; and also to select Six Delegates to represent said districts in the Republican Congressional Convention for the said Btcond District, which is to meet aT TOWSON, on August 7th, 1900. And in the said Ist and 13th districts to select FIVE DELEGATES from each of said districts to meet in convention, AT GRAY’S, in Balti more county, on Monday. May 7th, 1900. at 8 P. M.. to select Two Delegates to represent said districts iD the Republican District and Con gressional Conventions for tho Fifth Congres sional District of Maryland. @ff~Each set of delegates in each district of the county must be named to this Committee, at the OFFICE OF LABAN SPARKS, Esq-. No. 1 224 St. Paul street. Baltimore, on or before 12 M., i Monday. April 30th. accompanied by a deposit of $2.50 for each precinct in which they aro to be voted for. 49-All tickets arc to be printed by this Com mittee on paper of uniform size, color and quality, and are to have no distinguishing mark or marks upon the back of the same. 49-Tbe Polls will be held in each Precinct and will lie particularly named in The Union of April 28th. C. ELLSWORTH UPTON, LABAN SPARKS, SAMUEL H. DeHOFF, C. ROSS MACE. ARTHUR V. GRAHAM, J. COOKMAN BOYD. ZEBEDEE HOUSEHOLDER. Apl. 14.—2 t. Committee. lieiu JAMES H. JARKETT, TOWSON, Md. Office hours from 7 to 10 A. M.. and 6 to 10 P. M. Apl. 14 —l2m. pOR RENT. TRUCK FARM OF 20 ACRES, at Hasp-® burg. Be lair road, near St. Andrew’s Church. Apply to JOHN COMES. Postoflice—Gardenvile, Belair Road. Apl. 14.-3 t. ■yyANTED. A WOMAN to do Cooking and General House work. Apply to Mbs. JOHN ARTHUR. Fork P. 0., Baltimore county, Md. Apl. 14.—1 t. rjMtUCK FARSI FOR RENT. FARM OF FIFTY ACRES, suitable for® Trucking or Dairying, on Harford turnpike, sli miles from present city limits. Apply to or ad dress. ROBERT H. BLACKBURN, Apl. 14.—2t* Carney, Md. -^y-ANTED. MAN AND WIFE WANTED at my farm, also FARM HANDS. Apply, between 9 and 12 A. M., to Dr. THOS. WM. BPRANKLIN. 1311 to 1321 Harford Avenue, Baltimore, Md. Apl. 14.—3 t. Harry E. Mann. Attorney, 100 Ea*t Lex ington St., Baltimore, Md. f'l EORGF, H. GROSS FS. HERMAN ZAI \JT SER AND WIFE. In the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 12th day of April, 1900, that the sale made and reported by Harry E. Mann. Attor ney named in the mortgage, for the sale 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 7th day of May, 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 the said 7th day of May, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be $3,000.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk, j Ap'l 14,—41, gcur TO CREDITORS. I THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICF,. That the subscri- ! ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of 1 Baltimore county letters of administration on 1 the estate of ; v JOHN H. CUMMINGS, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate are hereby warned j to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, j to the subscriber. On or before the lßth day of October. 1900 ;: | They may otherwise by law bo excluded from all j benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this lltb day of April. 1900. MARGARET J. CUMMINGS, * Apl. 14.—4t* Administratrix c. t. a. J F. IV. Story, Attorney, Baltimore, Md. 1 WILLIAM E. MORTON AND MARY C. j MORTON. VS. ROBERT D. CHILD, 1 TRUSTEE, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore I county, this 12th day of April, 1900. that the : sale made and reported by George H. Sargeant, ; the Attorney named in the mortgage, tor the I s sale of the property described in the proceed- t lngs in the above entitled cause, be ratified and | 1 confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof.! be shown, ■ j ‘ On or before the 7th day of May, 1900; ■ , Provided a copy of this order be inserted in j ( some newspaper printed and published in Balti- | i more county once in each of three successive weeks before the said 7th day of May, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be 1 < $4,800.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. , True Copy—Test: ' • i N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. !; Api. it.—4t. ■; By Charles H. Isennock, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —or- Horses, Cows and Hogs, Wagon*, Farm Implements, &c i The undersigned, having sold his farm and ln- Affh tending to engage miwm business, will sell at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, the road leading from— Baldwin Station, B. St L. H. R., to Baldwin's Mill, in the 11th district of Baltimore eniaglf, on ; Monday, April 23d, 1900, t • ! 1 At 1 2 o'clock M TIIE FOLLOWING'PERSONAL PROPERTY: 1 Good Mare, 10 years old. sound atd gentle and will work anywhere; 1 Good Work Horse, 1 three-year-old Colt. 3 Good Cows Grade Alder ——ney : 5 Fine Shoats. J two or three •TV broad-tread Farm Wagon. nearly new ; 1 Darton SjCSffli ultf lt n-f\v a go n . j Top llufgy, Good Grain Drill, used but litfle; 1 Champion Mower, in good condition; 1 Hay Fork, with Rope and Pulleys complete; Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and small Farm Tools generally. Also, 1 set Double Stage Harness, 2 sets Lead Harness, Collars. Bridles, Ac. Also, 2 tons Hay, 6 barrels Corn, 40 Chickens aid numerous other TERMS OF SALE.—AII aims of $lO and un der, cash; over that amount a credit of six months will bo given, purclasers giving notes, with approved security, bearing interest, from day of sale. A discount cf 5 per cent, will be j allowed for cash on all sums over $lO. Notes made payable at Towson National Bank. Apl. H.-ts. JOHN J. LYNCH. Thomas R. Clendttien and Robert 11. Smith, Attorneys, Equitable Building, Bal timore, Md. PUBLIC SALE —OF A— Jll Valuable and Well Located Farm, Near Owing*’ Mills, in Baltimore County. The undersighed. Trustees, by virtue of the *£) power contained in the will of John SS fjiill Fangmever. deceased, and an order the Circuit Court of Baltimore city, will soil by Public Auction. ON THE PREMISES, on Monday , the 7th day of May, 1900, At 5 o'clock P. M., ALL THAT FARM. LYING ON BOTH SIDES OF THE REISTERSTOWN TURNPIKE, A SHORT DISTANCE BEYOND OWINGS’ MILLS, , which was owned and occupied by the late John Fangmeyer. and has since been occupied by members of his family. This farm contains about ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FOUR ACRES, and is Improved with a LARGE AND HANDSOME DWELLING, A BARN, A TENANT HOUSE AND OTHER BUILDINGS. The electric cars running to Emory G rove pass through this property, and the Western Mary land Railroad passes within a short distance of , the farm. _ THE TERMS OF SALE ARE-One-third cash,the balance in six and twelve months.with interest, and secured to the satisfaction of the Trustees, or all cash at the option of the pur- O*Persons desiring further information With reference to the property will enquire of the Trustees THOMAB R. CLENDINEN.I Trllßtppa ROBERT H. SMITH, I trustees, Itoomß 944 and 622 Equitable Building. O. A. KIRKLAND, Auctioneer. Apl. 14.—ts. By Slade A- Risteau, Auctioneer* l TSUBLIC SALK T Horses. ' -dl^&undersigned, -,UiA- jSSSfeKS T [‘JL,—lillifSES, in the(gZj&C li/t 11th district of Baltimore ) county, on the road leading from the old Manor road to Webster’s corner, near Knoebel P. 0., and adjoining tho farm of Samuel N. Hyde, on Wednesday, April 2Bth , 1900, At 12 o’clock M., sharp, The following Personal Property, viz: One Dark Bay Horse, good worker in all har ness; 2 Bay Horses, will work in all —, harness; 2 good Milk Cows, one freshT a and the other will be fresh by day of sale; 3 young Heifers, 1 Brood 1 three or four-horse broad-tread Farm Wagon, with Stone Bed: 1 Horse Cart and Harness, good as new; 1 Dayton Wagon, 1 Road Cart, 1 Buggy, 1 two-horse Sled, 1 Wheelbar- YVij—jrof, 1 Horse Rake, 1 Sprmg- NSfStV Tooth Harrow, 1 Left-Hand one-horse Plow, 2 Iron Cultivators. 1 Single Shovel Plow, 1 Horse Power, 1 Circular Saw, in good condition: 1 Feed Grinder, Single and Dou ble Trees, lot Harness, Halters. Cow Chains, Shovels. Forks, etc. Also, lot Blacksmith Tools, 1 Grindstone. 1 Process Kettle,2 large Iron Pots, 1 Hogshead, lot Barrels. 1 Farm Bell, lot Cord Wood, lot Clover Hay, lot Fodder and about 100 Chickens. Also, Household and Kitchen Furni ture. consisting of Tables. Chairs, Stoves, Bed steads, 1 Cook Stove, 1 largo Wardrobe, 1 Antique Sideboard, 1 Sofa. 1 Safe, 1 large Revolving Churn, 1 Butter Worker and Print, and many other articles too numerous to mention. T ERMS OF SA LE.—All sums of $lO and under, cash; over that amount a credit of six months will be given, purchasers giving notes, with ap proved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes made payable at the Old Tow’n Bank of Baltimore. Nothing to be removed from the premises until the terms are fully complied with. THOMAS J. HAILE. Sr. JOHN T. BISHOP, Clerk. Apl. H.-ts* Boarman A Lindsay, Attorneys, Vansant Building, 210 East Lexington Street Baltimore , and Towson, Md. jyjORTOAGE SALE Valuable Properly on the Baltimore and Yorktown Turnpike Road, in Govan*- town, Baltimore County, Md. By virtue of tho power contained in a mort *£jkgagefrom Daniel Queeney, Mary Mur-jag Kjgray and Patrick Murray, ner husband. Bridget Queeney.CatherineCroghanand Patrick Croghan, her husband, and Margaret Queeney to Margaret McGreevy. dated March 15th, 1884, and recorded among tho Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber W. M. 1., No. 109, folio 340, See., and an assignment thereof to the undersigned, dated April 11th, 1900, and duly re corded in said Mortgage Reeoidsdn said county, in Liber W. M. 1.. No. 109. folio 342, the under signed, Assignee of said mortgage, will sell at Public Auction, ON THE PREMISES, on Monday, May 14th, 1900, At 5 o’clock P. M.. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY: Beginning at a point formed by the Intersection of tho south side of the lane leading to the Pub lic School House at Govanstown and the east side of the Baltimore and Yorktown turnpike, and running and bounding on tho east side of said turnpike 62 feet; thence south 87X degrees east 342 feet to intersect the 4th line of the whole lot; thence bounding ou said 4th line W feet to the south side of the school house lane aforesaid, and thence bounding on tbo south side 290 feet to the place of beginning, contain lD?l PERCHES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS. Subject to a ground rent of one cent. Improved by a SUBSTANTIAL TWO STORY STONE HOUSE, suitable for two families to occupy, and imme diately on the line of the Baltimore, Towson and Catonsville Electric Railway and within a tew feet of the terminus of the 5 cent fare. TERMS OF SA LE.—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 the undersigned. purchaser must deposit SIOO at the sale. JAMES J. LINDSAY. Apl. 14.—ts. Assignee of Mortgage. *GOODYEAR*t- BICYCLES!' I am handling this VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ItICYCLE and will be glad to give any information regarding it. It is among the Cheapest and Best Wheels on the market. They will be sold with a guorantee, either on credit or for cash. Repairs of All Kinds always on band. H. J. W. BOESCHEE, Dealer In General Merchandise, Rider, Northern Central R. R. Apl. 14.—lm* WILLIAM E. STANSBURY, LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, Chesapeake Are., near York Road, Edw. J. Rutter, Manager. TOWSON, MD. HACKS FURNISHED FOR FUNERALS AND WEDDINGS. 49Speclal attention paid- Jo Livery Horses and stable open all night. I vC” I continue my businessof Heavy Haulingas heretoT''re. Terms moderate. A share of business solicited. Apl. 14.—12 m. . Jftiscellancrms. I I'obert 11. Hussey. Attorney. Hiper Build ing, Towson , Aid. : TyjOKTGAGE SALE Valuable Farm, Containing C 6 Acres and 141 Square Perches of hand, More or j Less, and Improvements, Situated ill the 6th Election District of Baltimore County, Mary land, on the Public Road Leading From Eklo to .Shambnrger’s Mill. About One .Mile From EMo and Three Miles From Walker’s Station, N. C. K. K. Under and by virtue of the power contained in a mortgage from Catherine J. Bosley S® Bit to Joshua F. Cockey, dated September*}^ 14,1890, and recorded among the Land Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber N. B. M., No. 209, folio 409. Arc.. I will offer for sale by Public Auction, AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, in Towsontown, Tuesday, the Ist day of May, ISOO, At 12 o’clock M., ALL THAT VALUABLE FARM, embraced by said mortgage, and situated as above stated in the 6th election district of Bal timore county, and adjoining the farms of Jesse Hoshall, William Spicer. Fred. Helband others. About 50 acres of this farm are under a good state of cultivation, and the rest in growing timber. The land is rolling, well watered and is well adapted for farming, and has a fine apple | orchard in bearing and a variety of other fruit ■ trees. The improvements consist of a LOG DWELLING HOUSE, containing four rooms, in good condition: a good Frame Bank Burn. 38 by 56 feet, good as | new and cost about SI,OOO to build ; good Stone . Dairy, and other outbuildings. The land is of the best quality and is very pro- I ductive, and has two good springs on it con venient to the dwelling house. , ! TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash upon rati- | fleation of sale, and the balance in equal instal- j ments in six and twelve months from day of j sale, or all cash at the option of the purchaser, credit payments to bear interest from day of | *j-A cash deposit of $l5O will be required of j the purchaser as soon as the property is knocked j down by the Auctioneer. ROBERT H. BUSSEY, Attorney named in the Mortgage. CHARLES R. BUSSEY, Auctioneer. Apl. 7.—ts. Georye G. Hooper, Attorney, 913 St. Haul Street, and John P. O’ Permit , Attor ney, 110 Past Lexi 11ft ton Street, Baltimore, Md. riMtUSTKKS’ SALE X OF Valuable Fee-Simple Property on Lake Avenue. Near tlie Village of Mount Washington, Baltimore County. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for t Baltimore county, in equity, the im-gM dersigned Trustees, will sell by Public®!? Auction, ON THE PREMISES, on Wednesday, the 3d day of May, 1900, At 4 o’clock P. M., ALL THAT DESIRABLE LOT OF GBOUND, TOGETHEB WITH THE IMPROVE MENTS THEREON. Situate In the 9th district of Baltimore county, on the south side of Lake avenue, near the Falls road, and which is particularly described as fol lows : Beginning for the same at a point in the centre of the county road leading from tho Falls turnpike road to Charles Street avenue, said point being located at the distance of 271 8-10 feet from the centre of 6aid Falls turnpike road, and running thence south 714° east 131 feet; thence parallel with said county road south 8614° west 50 feet to the east side of an alley; thence bounding on the same and running to the centre of said county road north 7)4° west 131 feet, and thence binding on the centre of said county road north SOli 3 east 50 feet to the place of beginning, AN ACRE OF LAND, MORE OR LESS. Im A P T”oiY FRAME DWELLING, with a one story Frame Kitchen, consisting to getherof five rooms, and asmall framestable on rear of lot. Being the same property at present occupied by Jacob Schneider as tenant. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash; balance in 6 and 12 months, with interest, the credit pay ments to be secured by the note or notes of the put chaser, endorsed to the satisfaction of the Trustees, or all cash at purchaser’s option. *"A deposit of $50.00 will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale. GEORGE O. HOOPER, I. Trllstppq JOHN P. O’FERRALL. I lrllßlpes - SLADE A RIBTEAU, Auctioneers. Apl. 7.—ts. John H. Richardson, Solicitor, 934 St, Paul Street, liattimore, Md. ORPHANS’ COURT SALK —OF— Desirable Property, 422 and 424 North Third Street, Above O’Donnell Street, Canton, Baltimore County, on the Premises. By virtue of an order of the Orphans’ Court of /in Baltimore County, passed on the es-JBflß I StSlitateof John Klein deceased, the un-TJCT j dersigned. Administratrix, will sell by Public i Auction, as above, on Thursday, April 19th, 1900, At 4 o’clock P. M., ALL THAT LOl OF GItOUND, Situate in Baltimore county, and described as follows, viz: Beginning for the same at the centre of the intersection of Third street as laid out ono hundred feet wide and an alley twenty i feet wide, distant ono hundred and forty feet I south from Dillon street, .no-e .sy.nu- "t ing on aid alley forty-three feet: thence east paralloWiui iln lon street one hundred and thirty-nine feet and six inches to the centre of Third street, and thence southerly along the centre of Third street forty-three feet to the centre of said twenty-foot alley, the place of beginning. Improved by a ONE STORY BIIICK BUILDING, USED AS A BLACKSMITH SHOP. AND A TWO -BTORV BRICK DWELLING. to the Annual Sub-Kent of $49.50. TERMS OF SALE.—CASH. of $75.00 required at sale. CAROLINE KLEIN. Administratrix. SCHWAB BROS. & CO., Auctioneers. Mch. 31.—ts. John 11. Richardson, Solicitor, 234 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md. ORPHANS’ COURT SALK —or— Leasehold Dwelling Property, on the Prem ises, 1105 Robinson Street. By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Baltimore county, paseed on the estate JBC of John Klein, deceased, tho undersign-*!? Administratrix, will sell by Public Auction, as above, on Thursday, April 19th, 1900, At 4.30 o’clock P. M.. ALL THAT LOT OF GBOUND, Situato in Baltimore city and described as fol lows, viz: Beginning for the same on tho east side of Robinson street at the distance of one hundred and ten feet and six inches southerly from the southeast corner of Robinson and O’Donnell streets and at the centre of the parti tion wall there situate, and running thence southerly on the east side of Robinson street twelve feet to tlie centre of the partition wall there situato; thence easterly through the cen tre of said last mentioned partition wall and parallel with O'Donnell street seventy feet and six inches to an alley four feet wide: thence northerly on said alley, with the use thereof in common, twelve feet, and thence westerly par allel with O’Donnell street and throu h the centre of said first mentioned partition wall seventy feet and six inches to tho place of be ginning. Improved by a TWO-STOUY BRICK DWELLING. sVT"Ground Rent $27.60. TERMS OF SALE.—CASH. of $75.00 required at sale. CAROLINE KLEIN, Administratiix. SCHWAB BROS. & CO., Auctioneers. Mcb. 31.—ts. ■yyANTKD. A RELIABLE WOMAN to cook, wash and Iron. Apply to Mbs. G. HOWARD STIRLING. Garrison P. 0., Baltimore County, Md. Mch. 31.—3 t. rjIRKSPASS NOTICKS FOR SALK. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS printed on mus lin at SI.OO per dozen and 75 cts. per half dozen, at the olßce of “THE UNION,” Aug 20.—tf. Toweon, Md. WANTKD. TEN BMAT.L PIGS FOR FEED ERS. Apply to eKSSaSw D. H. MULLEN. Mch. 31.—3t* Govanstown, Md. MULLER BROS. -MANUFACTURERS OF HARES & TRUNKS * BAGS?€- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. I We carry a large stock of BUGGY AND FARM HARNESS TO SELECT FROM. Second-Hand Harness and Bicycles 419 East Baltimore Street, ! Near Gay Street, BALTIMORE, Md. | ApU4tDec.2. • iioii Out of the dam of C. F. Clay. 2:lB,troof 48;) j Mi 1I S 1 E H ia ■ 1 IjN Eminence, 2:1814, (dam of Emeer 3. 2:22;) IbC I . §H| 119 18%, W Ambrvon. 2:18)4: Stratlibridge, 2:28, (sire I iaw I X 1 ill! HT I A of3;) Supremacy. 2:28k : Nannie Etticoat, A A A L AA- A. 2:08)4 damofSplitSilk,2:oß)4 ;KedSilk, 2:10 - and Brown Silk. 2:19)4. (dam of India Silk, O - O T 1/ 2:10)4. China Silk, 2:16*, and Red Tape. • A, trial 3 yrs. 2:18. Color, Brows; Weight, 1220: Height, 18 Hands; Strong and Smooth and is Sound. Sire, ANTEEO, 2:18; he by the king sire, Electioneer. Anteeo sold at public auction for $55,000. Ho was a race horse himself and died young, but he has 40 trotters (no pacer) in 2:30 list; Is grand sire of 70. including Annie Lee. 2:07)4, Directum Kelly, 2:08.14, and Charley Herr, 2:10. the two greatest j 4-year-old race horses ever on a tiack. , .. His dam. SOPRANO, is the dam of 7; grand dam of 59.11 from 2:0oX to 2:15; gr. grand dam of 5 better than 2:20; by Strathmore, 408, sire of the dams of 107. ARCHDUKE has more extreme speed immediately about him than any horse in the State. He has the right color, size, quality and natural speed, which conditions he imparts to bis get. Has never sired any but bays and browns, nor a counterfeit one. Not one of his colts ever showed but took the first prize and in October. 1899, he and his colts won all the first premiums and many seconds in good classes at Belair Fair. Breeding to such a horse means that you must surely have quality and size, with speed enough for race, road or coach horse. T van nr FEE FOR THE SEASON, ending November 15, $15.00, payable cash ; ors2o.Co TO INSURE. No common or barren mares will be served under any consideration. and select colts and horse 3 handled and boarded with horsemanlike care. HARRT A. HARK. Horseman, Address THE FARM, NevfCHATEL Farm, or Dr. J. FUBBELL MARTKNKT, Parltville, Md. Apl. 7.—tf. 1701 N. Caroline Street. Baltimore, Md f&isceXXauexms. PLICATIONS FOR LIQUOR LICENSES Office of the Ci.erk of the Circuit Court ) for Baltimore County, V TOWPON, April 2d, 1900. ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the fol lowing persons have filed applications FOR LI CENSE TO SELL SPIRITUOUS AND FER MENTED LIQUORS in Baltimore county, for twelve months, commencing May Ist, 19W): A ADER, JOHN G„ Fait and East avenues, 12th district. , ~ . : AHERN, CORNELIUS. 1 O’Donnellst.,l2thdist. ! ARNOLD. ALBERT. 201 S. Ist st„ 12th district. | ADY, BENJAMIN W„ Long Green Hotel, 11th district. ARMSTRONG. FREDERICK. Hillen road and ! Ivv Mill lane, 9th district. ts ; BUTSCHKY.LOUISA,Monument House. North i Point road, 15th dlst. BUEHLER, TOWNSEND, Kimmelton House, Shell road, 12th district. BEALEFELT, MAGDALENA,cor. Washington road and Annapolis ave., 13th district. BENTZ, JOHN F„ 202 8. Clinton street, 12th district. BENNETT. EDWARD 4V„ 6th ave. and 14thst„ 12th district. BA HR, DANIEL W„ northwest corner 3d and Tome streets. 12th district. BERGER, JOHN, Gardenville. 14th district. BEIL, J. JACOB, Ist ave. and 18th st., 12th dlst. i BALL, CHARLES B„ Lombard and Third sts., ! 12th district. BAUER. VALENTINE, Fish House, on Shore Line. 13th district. BALLS, WM. W„ York road and Glenwoodave., 9th district. , BROWN, JAMES C., 202 O’Donnell st.. 12th dist. BEWEHSDOKF. ERNEST,6 miles on Frederick road, Ist district. BRADLEY, JAMES W„ Westport, Annapolis road, 13th district. „ , BURKE, CHARLES, Frederick road and Ego’s ave., Ist district. „ , BARRETT. WILLIAM T.. 17-Mile House. York road, Bth district. BILLUPS, GEORGE L„ Pimlico Hotel. 3d dist. BOSLEY, HARRY, Bosley’s Hotel, Towson, 9tb district. CARNEY. THOMAS, 8-Milo House, Harford road, lltb district. COItHETT, ROBERT, Pikesville, 3d dist. CASKEY, JOSEPH. Hollywood Park, Back river. 15th district. CAVEY. JOHN T., Gray's, Ist district. COUNTRY CLUB OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, Pimlico, Country Club House, 3d district. CARL. WILLIAM J., 211 First ave., 12lh dist. COCHRAN, MARY E., York road and Willow avenue, 9th district. CUNNINGHAM, AQUILA, Eastern avenue, 12th district. D DEBELIUS, FRANK, Philadelphia road, 12th district. . DALEY, JOHN F„ 228 N. Clinton st,. 12th dist. DUNNIGAN, JAMES J., 203 N. Clinton st., 12th DILLKr! VALENTINE, Gardenville, 14th diet. DEBTS, LANDRUM. Annapolis avenue, Mt. Winans, 13th district. DUHURST, FRANK G., Maryland Yacht Club shore, 15t.h district. DORN, OTTO, 200 Elliott street, 12th dist. DIETSCH, MARY, Easteru ave. and 17thstreet, 12th district. _ , , DUESSEL, JOHN, 5-Mile House, Harford road, DeBAUGIL PHILIP A., Cub Hill, 11th district. DEBOY, JOHN F„ Pleasant Grove, Patapsco Neck, 15th district. DEEHING, HENRY, Jr., Ferry Bar, 13th dist. EAST. GEORGE. Westport, 13th dist. ERVIN. JOHN E„ Fork, 11th district. ECKENRODE, MARIA M„ 8)4 miles, Reisters town road. 3d district. EBERT, JOHN, Foster avenue and Bouldin st., 12th district. ENDRESS. LEONARD, 1227 Third st„ 12th dist. ELECTRIC PARK AND EXHIBITION COM PANY. Arlington, 3d district. ELGERT, ADAM, Lombard and sth eta., 12th district. FITCH, ROBERT, Philadelphia and Bird river roads. 11th district. , . . FLANAGAN. GEOHGE F„ Catonsville, lßt dist. FRANZ, CATHARINE, cor. Maryland and An napolis avenues, 13th district. FOWNEK, AUGUST, 7-Mile House, Reisters town road, 3d district. . . . FLACK, CHARLES, Joshua, 13th district. FRANK, CONRAD A., Eastern ave. and 16th st.. 12th district. FUNK. MARGARET. Brick Hotel.Govanstown, 9th district. „ , FLETCHER. JOSEPH A., cor. Eastern avenue 1~4- rtgprt I*>4U . GOELLEU, JOSEPH, Eastern avenue and Back I I river, 15th district. ( GOEBEL, WALTER, northwest corner Bouldin and Elliott st reets, 12th district. OKAY. CHARLES J., 502 Eastern avenue, 12th | . BTSrtriol2' _ GELLERMAN, G. HENRY, Washington road. 13th district, .... GENTLEMEN® DRIVING ASSOCIATION, Gentlemen’s Driving Park, 3d district. GAFF. MICHAEL, 45 Clinton st„ 12th district. QEBHARDT, ELIZABETH, 714 S. Clinton st„ 12th district. - GOEBEL, HENRY, sth avenue, Shell road, 12th district. - „ GARDNER. WILLIAM C., 5-Mile House, Ar lington, 3d district. GRIMES, T. C., Patapsco ave., Ellicott City, Ist* district. . .... GARVEY,PATRICK,723 Eastern ave.,l2th dlst. GREY, JOHN C„ Park Heights ave.. 3d dist. GERMAN, THOS. E. R., 6)4 miles, York road, 9th district. . . GILMORE, JOHN C„ Fairy Grove, 16th dlst. HERRMAN, J. HENRY, Gardenville, 14th dist. HALL, MARY A„ Eastern avenue road and Back river, 15th district. HAUSER, PAUL, O’Donnell street extended, 12th district. HOGERTY, EDWARD, Paradise, Frederick road, Ist district. HIPFLEU, IGNATIUS, 858 S. Clinton st„ 12th district. . HOLZKNECHT, JOHN, Eastern ave. and Mid dle river bridge, 15th district. HARBEK, PAUL. Minersville, 13th district. HOMBERG, DANIEL, Eastern avonuo. Back river, 15th district. HELLDORFER, GEORGE, Middle River, 15tli district. . . HABEBKORN, OTTO W„ Lansdowne, 13th dist. HINTON. WM. G.. Cockcy’s Tavern. Falls road, Bth district. HOFFMAN, PAUL. Liberty pike. 3d district. HAMMEL, BAItUAUA i . miles on Belair road, 14th distrtsi. IIARVEY. WM.M Fi •' avenue, Back river, 15th district. IIEINEGGEK, FEKDIN .>, Lauraville, 9th district. HAMELL, GEORGE J., 625 Eastern ave.. 12th district. HAUSE. ROBERT LEE. Vyanklintown. Ist dist. HOMBERG. HENRY, Back River Neck road and Eastern ave., 15th district. HELMSTEDTER. JOHN. Ingleside and Ed mondson aves., Ist district. HUBER, ELLA K„ Annapolis road, near West port, 13th district. - HALSTEAD. EGBERT, Park Heights avenue, near Wylie avenue, 3d district. HAMMELMAN, LOUIS, 806 S. Clinton st„ 12th district. HUTCHINS, BERTHA, Dulany’s Valley pike, Toweon, 9th district. HITSHUE. JOHN W„ Reisterstown, 4th dist. HENRY, WM. M., Gardenville, 12th district. HERRMAN, F.DW. J.. 7 miles Phila. road. 15th district. HICK, M. ELIZABETH. Washington and Chos aneake aves.. Towson, 9th district. HESS, HENRY, Coekeysvillc, Bth district. IRVIN, GEORGE W„ River View Park, 12th district. J JONES, JAMES P., Bengies, 15th district. JONES, JOHN. Franklintown, Ist district. K. KENNEDY. JOHN, Texas lane and York road, Bth district. KENNEY, JAMES F„ Texas, Bth district. KLEIN, WILLIAM F.. Westport, 13th district. KELLER, DANIEL. 12th avenue and 13th street, 12th district. KASTE, CHARLES, Bare Hill, 3d district. KHEMEIt, KASPER, 120 Foster ave., 12th dist. KAFEH, JOHANNA, corner O’Donnell and Clinton streets. 12th district. READY, PATRICK, Farkville, Harford road, 9th district. KELLER, LENA, 214 S. Clinton 8t„ 12thdist. KINLEIN, MICHAEL A.. Parkville, 14th dist. KNOP, ALBERT F., 931 Third street, 12th dlst. KNAKH, GEORGE, First avenue and Clinton street, 12th district. KOTSCHENREUTHEK. ANDREW, Philadel phia road, 12th district. KIEFER, PHILIP, northwest corner O’Donnell and Third streets, 12th district. KOHLHEPP,CHARLES F.,608 Eastern avenue. 12th district. KAHLEK,AUGUST,SX miles Philadelphia road, 14th district. KILCHENSTEIN, GEO., Gardenville. 14th dist. KINLEIN. JOHN A., Lauraville, 9th district. KIRBY, JENNIE A.. Clare street and Annap olis road, 13th district. KIRBY, JOHN E., Shadyside Beach,on Pataps co river, 13th district. KERCHOFF, EDWARD, northwest corner Tome and Second streets. 13th district. KOEDER, JOHN, 8-Mile Hill, Frederick road, Ist district. LAWRENCE, LOUIS, Eastern avenue, west of North Point roac. 12th district. LEYSHON. REESE. 250 8. Clinton st., 12th dlst. LONG. ELIZABETH, Ist avenue and 2d street. Canton, 12th district. LEONARD, CHARLES. St. Helena, 12th dlst. LUSK, WM. F„ near Gardenville, 14th district. LIST. JACOB, Windsor Mill road, Ist district. LYNCH, JOHN J., Valley View Hotel. Bth dlst. LOWREY, CLARIS, Pikesville, 3d district. LENHOFF, JOHN B„ Fullerton. 14th district. LEWIS. CHARLES B„ Prospect Park, Eastern avenue. 15th district. LOWREY, JOHN M.. Woodbine, Eastern Avenue road, 15th district. LUBY, MAKGAKET, Frederick road, near Ca tonsville, Ist district. * LOWREY, CHARLES J., 6 miles Reisterstown road, 3d district. LEMKE, RUDOLPH, 850 S. Clinton st„l2th dist. LINZEY, JAMES H„ York road, Towson. 9th district. LEPPER, AMELIA. Herring Run, Philadelphia road. 14th district. M MUHLBACH. JOHN L„ Westport, 13th dist. MILLER. JACOB.4OO O’Donnell st.. 12th dist. MALLONEE, JOSIAS Jr., Butler. sth district. MALONE, DANIEL. 416 8. Clinton st.. 12th dlst. MINCH, LOUIS D., 321 Lombard st., 12th dist. McKAY. JOHN, Annapolis road, at Switzer’s, 13th district. jaiscjcXtancous. McKELVEY. JAMES H., corner York road and Chesapeake avenue, 9th district. MCDERMOTT, JOHN T., Beaver Dam. Bth dist. MI'HL, CONRAD. Jk„ Meeter’s Park, 13th dlst. McKNIGHT, GEORGE,Sth ave. and 14th street, 12th district. MCDONALD, EDW. B„ Ellicott City. Ist dlst. MITCHELL. WM. E., Cold Spring, Back river, 15th district. MCDONALD. HENRY S.. Catonsville, Ist dist. MAISEL. NICHOLAS J.. Catonsville, Ist dist. MYRLEY, WILLIAM H., 10 miles Reisters town road, 3d district. McDEVITT, CATHERINE. Texas. Bth dist. MUTSCHLER, CHRISTIAN, 222 O’Donnell st., 12th district. MADARY. WM. F„ North Branch House, 2d dlst. McGLONE, HARRY B„ 10-Mile House. York j road. Bth district. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF TOWSON HOTELCOMPANY,Chesapeake avenue and Courtland street, Towson, 9th dis trict ; Elmer J. Cook, George W. Yellott, Har rison Rider, Thomas W. Offutt, Wm. P. Cole and Wm. A. Lee, directors. || NACKEL. WILHEMINE.2I Dillon st., 12thdist. NAGEL, CHRISTINA, 710 8. Clinton st„ 12th district. NARESKY. ANTONY. Westport, 13th district. NECKER, CATHARINE, Necker, 11th dist. NAGENGAST, JOHN, 228 Canton venue, a 12th district. NOPPENBERGER, CHAS. B„ York road, near Cockcysville, Bth district. O O’HARA. JAMES W„ Texas, Bth district. O’MALLEY, VINCENT 8., Washington road, near St. Denis. 13th district. O’BRIEN, ELIZABETH, Patapsco Grove, near Patapsco Station. 13th district. OWENS, JOHN, 412 8. Clinton st., 12th district. P PETERSAM, HENRY. Brehm’s lane, 14th dist. PEETZ, JONH N.. O’Donnell and 4th sts.. 12th district. PARSLEY, DAVID T„ Randallstown, 2d dist. PFORTNER, FREDERICK, 220 Fait ave., 12th district. PHELAN. ANDREW,3O2 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. PIEPER, CHARLES. Orangeville, 12th dist. PBINZ, MARY, cor. O’Donnell and 14th sts.. 12th district. PABST, CHARLES. 402 S.Clinton st.. 12th dist. PETZOLD. EDWARD, south side of Frederick ' pike, Ist dist. RETHMAN, BERNAIS, 405 and 407 Eastern ave., 12th district. ROSEN BERGER, JOHN |W„ 444 Philadelphia road, 14th district. RKIFSCHN EIDER, JOHN, 702 S.Clinton at., 12th district. RAMIA, ALBERT A., cor. North Point and Shell roads. 15th district. ROCHE, PATRICK T., Green Spring ave., 3d district. RUHLING. GEORGE, cor. O’Donnell and 18th sts., 12th district. RENNA, FREDERICK, 9 miles. Frederick pike, Ist district. RICE, JAMES W., York road, near Arlington ave., 9th district. RETTIGER. JOHN G„ Rosodalo, 15th district. REUTER, CASPER. Hudson and Clinton sts., 12th district. ROLFES, ANTON, 848 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. REGAN, PATRICK J.. 620 N. 3d st., 12th dist. REGAN, JOHN, 710 Eastern ave., 12th district. S BEUBERT, CHRISTIAN. 1100 Bouldin at.. 12th district. BAUTER, FRANZ, 413)4 Eastern ave., High landtown, 12th district. SIEFKRT. KATIE, National Fishing Shore, near Turner's Station, 15th’district. SMITH, GEORGE W., Annapolis ave. and Paca st., Mt. Winans, 13th district. SCHNEIDER, FHEDK. J„ 5 miles Philadelphia road, 15th district. STAIB, JOHN B„ cor of Eastern avenue and North Point road, 15th district. SCHERR, MINNIE, Patapsco avenue, Ist dist. STODDARD, JAMES W„ Catonsville, Ist dist. SEUBERT, CHRISTIAN, Jk„ 414 Eastern ave.. 12th district. SOTH, PHILIP E„ Perry Hall, 11th district. SCHWEIGF.R, CHARLES, Lombard and 7th sts., 12th district. SIMMS, MAttY W., Lombard and Bth sts., 12th district. BPELLERBERG, MAGDALENA, 1028 Ist st„ 12th district. BMITH, JOHN G„ Westport, 13th district. STREETT, HADRACH L„ 6 miles. Harford road, 14th district. SEHItT, HENRY, 227 Eastern ave., 12th dist. BUTER, H. CLAY, I Trading us Suter & Hann, HANN. J. Jr., (Union Stock Yards, 13th district. SCHAEFFER, JOHN, cor. Clinton and Ist ave., 12th dist. T-^M^gevrY^MiWc,.^ 1111 ’■lh.'flj r*r I SCHORR, JOHN C.. northwest coi*. J and Dillon sts.. 12th district. BTORCH. JACOB, Shell and Monumental roads, ! 12th district. SANDMAN, JOSEPH, St. Denis. 13th dist. SHIRLEY, WILLIAM H„ Harrisonville,2d dist. SCHMIDT, PAUL, 4 miles on Washington road, 13th district. SHEA. JAMES W„ 8-Mile House, York road, 9th district. BCHOUN, ADOLPH, northwest corner of Pratt and 3d sts.. 12th district. STEG. GEOHGE, Jr., Belair road, 11th district. I SHEA. DENIS, F„ Kails road. 9th district. SCHNEIDER, CAROLINE, 602 3d st.. 12th dist. SHAFFER. WM. T.. Bradshaw, 11th district. SUTTON, ELDRIDGE, Old Manor Btand, Old ■ - York road, 10th district. SCTIWARTZ, GEORGE M.. Ist ave. and Bth st., 12th distrlc* SCALLY, PATRICK, Beaver Dam, Bth district. STEIGEKWALD. JOSEPH,O’DonneII and 16th sts., 12th district. TYSON, ISAAC F., Bradshaw. 11th district. THISCHMANN, CONRAD, 238 Eastern avenue, 12th district. TREMPER, PETER, Putty Hill, Belair road, 14th district. THOMPSON, CATHARINE, Twelfth ave. and 17th street. 12th district. TUGWELL, LEWEN R„ 5-Mile House, Liberty road, 2d district. TRACEY, GEOHGE C„ Hotel Towson, 9th dist. U URBAN, ANNA M., Pennsylvania ave. and York road, Towson, 9th district. V VONDERSMITH. DANIEL, Central Hotel, Reisterstown, 4th district. VONDEKMAST, E. W„ North Point road and Eastern avenue, 12th district. W WICK, JOHN, 20 and 22 O’Donnell st.. Canton, 12th district. WHITTINGTON, HARRY E., Trappe and Sel ler’s Point roads. 12th district. WATTERS, CHARLES, cor. Philadelphia and North Point roads, 15th district. WEBER, JOHN, 9-Mile House, Perry Hall, 11th district. WAGENER, HENRY, 2)4 miles Washington road. 13th district. WALTEMEYER, KEN LY, Annapolis road, near Westport. 13th district. WIGHT, WILLIAM H., y k d . HYLAND, MARTIN W„ wßtrn Run WIGHT. JAMES M„ turnnike Bthdist Trading as Wight & Hyland, turn P llte ’ * tn aißt ’ WOLBERT, JOHN, 8. E. cor. Ist avo. and Bth street. 12th district. WADE, THOMAS J.. Washington road. 13th dist. WILSON. ROBERT N„ Cockeysville, Bth dist. WARNER, CHARLES. Kelley’s Park, Annap olis road, 13th district. WEIS. JOHN. Jr., 46 8. Clinton st., 12th district. WADE, WM. H„ Washington road, 13th district. WALTERS, WM. H.. Eastern avenue and Back River neck road, 15th district. WALL, MARY, 226 Ist st.. 12th district. WADE, WILLIAM WALLACE,Granite.2ddist. WELLER. WILLIAM F„ Granite, 2d district. WADE. THOMAS K.. Mt. Winans. 13th district. WEBER, DANIEL, Eastern avenue and Back River Neck road, 15tb district. WOLF, GEORGE C., 701 Eastern ave.. 12th dist. WEBER, GEORGE, 702 Easternave., 12th dist. WIESSNER, J. FRED., Eastern ave. and Ist st„ 12th district. WITTSTADT, ANDREW, 40 Elliott st.,l2th dist. WAHADB, AUGUST. Relay, 13th district. WOLF, GEORGE. 120 Fait ave., 12th dist. WHITEHEAD, MARY E„ cor. 11th and Lom bard sts.. 12th district. WADE. JOHN W„ McCall's Bridge, Hammond's Ferry road, 13th district. WOLF, FRANK. 426 Eastern ave., 12th district. WACHMBR, AUGUST.O’DonneII st. extended, 12th district. ZIMMERMAN. northwest corner 3d and Dillon streets. Canton, 12th district. ZIEGKT. HENRY. Monument st. and Loncy’s lane, 12th district. ZORN, JOHN, Mt. Carmel road, 12th district. ZORN, BARBARA, 310 Eastern ave.. 12th dist. ZORN, IGNATIUS, southwest corner Gough and 3d sts., 12th district. The names printed In heavy type are those of applicants for license to sell liquor by the pint, and not to bo drunk on the premises. And that unless cause be shown in writing to the contrary. On or before the ISth day of April, inst.. The licenses applied for will be issued, provided the applicants Apl. 7.-2 t By G. H. Bailee, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Work and Driving Horses, Wagons, Farm Implements, Harness, Etc. The undersigned, about to relinquish farming, awl will sell at Public Auction, JS ON HIS PREMISES, situa- ZhrO. ted on the Old Harford road, rTT< 4XW*< 3 miles from the city limits * and 4 miles east of Towson, on Monday, April 16th. 1000, At 1 o’clock P. M., The following Personal Property, viz: One Bay Mare, 9 years old, will work in all har ness ; 1 Sorrel Colt, 5 years old, sired by Cabash, dam by Orange Blossom, well broken and a good driver: 1 Sorrel Horse, 8 years old and will work in all harness; 1 six-spring Coach or Market Wagon, can be used for either purpose, nearly new ; 1 two-horse Farm Wagon, 1 black-covered Market Wagon, for one horse; 1 Buckboard, lot Well Tools, Block and Tackle, 1 two-horse Plow, 1 one-horse Plow, 1 two-horse Roller. 1 Mowing Machine, in good order : 1 Grain Drill, 25 mite Leghorn Chickens, lot Single and Double Har ness, 1 60-gallon Copper Kettle and many other articles. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of $lO and under, cash; on all sums over that amount a crecit of eight months will be given, notes to bear interest and to be endorsed to the satisfaction of the un dersigned. ISAAC FULLER, Owner. Mch. 31.—ta. Boar man ft Lindsay, Attorneys, I'ansant Building, 910 East Lexington Street, Baltimore, Md., and Towson, Md. /■\RDER OF PUBLICATION. jtmN I. DUFFY, 1 MONICA DUFFY, Infant, i by lira N.bxt Friend, John I. Duffy, | te ths THOMAS F. DUFFY. Infant, by His Next Friend, John i. Duffy, ALICE C. NELSON, and Circuit Court JOHN 8. NELSON. Her Husband, PLAINTIFFS, for F.y. JOSEPH DUFFY, ELLA DUFFY, His Wife. Baltimore County, MICHAEL DUFFY, Jr.. j MARY PROSPEHI. JAMES PROSPEHI, Her Husband, and in Eguitn. I CELTNDA C. DUFFY, H DEFENDANTS. Theobjeotof this suit is to procure the ap pointment of a receiver to take charge of the real estate of the late Michael Duffy, situated in In Baltimore county, and receive the rents, profits and issues thereof under the direction of the Court, and for an Injunction restraining Joseph Duffy, Ella Duffy, his wife, Michael 1 Duffy, Jr., Mary Prosper!, and James Prosperi, ' her husband, and each of them and the agents and servants of each of them, from interfering or meddling with the said real estate and the management and the control of the same. The bill states that Michael Duffy, late of Bal timore county. State of Maryland, died on or about February 18th, 1900. intestate, leaving sur viving him a widow, Celinoa C. Duffy, and the following children, who are his heirs at law, to wit: John I. Duffy. Monica Duffy, infant: Thomas F. Duffy, Infant; Alice C. Nelson, who , is the wife of John S. Nelson, of Baltimore city; Mary Prosperi, formerly Mary Duffy, who mar ried James Prosperi, both of whom are non-resi dents and supposed to reside in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Michael Duffy, Jr„ Joseph Duffy, who married Ella Duffy, his wife, of Baltimore countv. the said Mary Prosperi, Michael Duffy, Jr., and Joseph Duffy, being children by a for mer deceased wife of said Michael Duffy, and not children of his last wife, Ceiinda C. Duffy : that at the time of bis death the said Michael Duffy was seized and posSJSSod iitr valauble real estate, situated near Mt. Washing ton, in said county, containing in the aggregate 71 acres, l rood and 16 perches of land, more or less, improved by a good dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings; that the said Michael Duffy died in the said dwelling house on the Tarm, being the said real estate, and that at the time of bis death the said Joseph Duffy and Ella Duffy, his wife, and their children, and said Michael Duffy, Jr., had been and are now re siding in said dwelling bouse on said farm ; that John M. Littig. Esq., on the 6th dav of March, 1900. produced before the Orphans’Court of Bal timore county a paper writing purporting to bo the last will and testament of the said Michael Duffy, for probate, but said alleged will was not admitted to probate by said Court, and that said John I. Duffy, Monica Duffy, Thomas F. Duffy, Alice C. Nelson and John a. Nelson, her hus band. have filed a caveat to said alleged will ob jecting to the probate of the same.alloglng that the said paper writing was not duly executed and attested ; that it was not executed by said Michael Duffy when ho was of sound mind and capable of executing a valid deed or contract, and that the same was procured by undue in fluence exercised and practiced on the said Michael Duffy and the paper writing as afore said was not admitted to probate as tne last will of Michael Duffy, but on said caveat issues were framed by the Orphans’ Court of said county and sent to the Circuit Court for Baltimore county for trial, and tho controversy over the same is now pending and it will be a lODg time before said contention is terminated; that the said paper writing is not In fact the will of tho said Michael Duffy, and that it can or ought not to have any force, validity or effect as such will; that In view of said controversy, which may be indefinitely protracted, and the fact that the said farm and real estate is In good farming con dition and the buildings on the same are in good repair; that unless someone who has authority from this Court is appointed to care for and look after tho same tho said farm and buildings will go to destruction and waste, and it is also abso lutely necossary that somoono should look after the insurance on the buildings. There is a great deal of ill-feeling among the heirs at law, and as ono of the heirs at law,' they being tenants in common of tho said property, has as much right to the possession and manage ment of the said property as any other of the heirs at law, there will always be conflicts and contentions between the said beirsat law during the said controversy as to the possession and management of the said real estate. The prop erty will, for want of proper care and mahuge ment, be*very much depressed and depreciated In value and go to waste, as no possible agree ment can be made between the heirs at law as to who will manage and control tho same. The damage that will be caused by the want of firoper care will be groat, and irreparable to the nterestsof the parties concerned and especially to the plaintiffs, and it is therefore necessary that a receiver be appointed to take charge of and protect all the interests of the parties In terested, Including the rights of tho said widow, Ceiinda C. Duffy ; tnat Joseph Duffy is now and has been, since the death of said Michael Duffy. In possession of said buildings and real estate, but that he has no more right than any other of the heirs at law of the said Michael Duffy; that so long as the controversy over the alleged will is undetermined, eaid Joseph Duffy and Ella Duffy, his wife ; Michael Duffy, Jr.. Mary Pros per! and James Prosperi. her husband, can have no right or title to the possession of the said real estate any more than the other children who are heirs at law of the said Miobael Duffy. It is therefore this 2d day of April. 1900, or dered by the Circuit Court tor JlialljßSßtilKUiL wrnirnwtsamammsmimmmmm I „ ATT H.T , 7 r . in eaeK of four successive ween before the day of May. 1900, givo notice- io the said Mark Prosperi and James Prosperi. her husband. th> absent defendants, of tho object and subetanc of this bill, warning them to appear in person o by solicitor In this Court, On or before the 31st day of May, 1900, to show cause, if any they have, why a decrei ought not to be passed as prayed. N. CHARLES BURKE. True Copy.—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRY MAN, Clerk. Apl. 7.-st. C. Ross Mace, Attorney, Horn Building, Baltimore, Md. TO CKEUITORH. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court olw Baltimore county, letters of administration onß the estate of JACOB T. LEE. late of said county, deceased. All persons ha ing claims against tho said estate are here: warned to exhibit the same, with the vouche thereof, to the subscriber, 4 On or before the 34th day of September, 196 They may otherwise by law bo excluded from l benefit of said estate. All persons Indebted! said estate aro requested to make lmmedla payment. Given under my hand this 20th <£ of March, 1900. WILLIAM H. LEE,” Mch 24.—4t* Administrator SPiscjeXlattemiß. By O. A. Kirkland, Auctioneer. TRUSTEE’S SALK —Gr ille Homestead of the Late Dr. Leas, Vacant Lots Located at Glyndon, Md. By virtue of the power upon it conferred 1 4s the will of the late Doctor Charles A.Si Hr! Leas and a decroo of the Circuit oourts fjtßaltimore county, the undersigned. Trust* will sell at Public Auction, AT THE REAL E TATE EXCHANGE. Builders’ Exchange Bull ing. northeast corner Charles and Lcxingt' streets, Baltimore, on Monday, the 30th day of April, 1009, At one o’clock P. M.. THE HOMESTEAD OF THE LATE DOCTou CHARLES A. LEAS. AT GLYNDON. —CONSISTING OF A WELL-BUILT COTTAGE. ' —- In good order. Barn and other outbuildings, and ABOUT 5)4 ACRES OF LAND. Bordering on the Western Maryland R. R. t con venient to St. George’s Station. ALSO. TRACT OF LAND Opposite the Homestead, containing about 41 ACRES OF LAND. Desirably Bituatcd for cottages, etc. ALSO. THE 22 REMAINING DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTB, Of good fronts and depths on Central Avenuo, Belle View Avenue. Glyndon Avenue. Railroad Avenue and other Avenues, which by reason of the recent death of Elizabeth 8. Leas, It is now imperative should be sold with tho above prop erty to carry out the terms of the will of Doctor Bff“This property is about 20 miles from Bal timore. on the line of the Western Maryland Railroad and the Emory Orcve E. , "CtrioC*tc. H is high and healthy, being about 700 feet above tide water. The Homestead is in good order and ready for occupancy and is convenient to both Glyndon and St. George’s Stations, and a rare opportuni ty is presented to those who desire a comforta ble, convenient summer home, with good train service. The vacant lots are of good size, on brood ave nues, and will be sold together as a whole. 49*A plat of the property can be Inspected at the office of the Trustee. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash ; balance in six and twelve months, or all cash at option of purchasers, deferred payment* to bear inter est from day of sale and to be secured to satis faction of the Trustee. Taxes paid to May 1,1900. 49*A deposit of SIOO required of each pur chaser at sale. _ SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST I Trustee COMPANY OF BALTIMORE, f lruBle ' 13 South Street, Baltimore. O. A. KIRKLAND, Auctioneer. Boarman <t Lindsay. Attorneys, Vansant Building, 910 E. Lexington Street, Baltimore and Towson, Md. TyjORTGAGE SALK^ Valuable Beal Estate In the Village of Texas, Bth Election District of Haiti more County, Maryland. By virtue of a power contained in a mortgage jfh from Adaline Banahan to John B. Har- £& Mmon, dated October the 16th, 1894, andJC recorded among the land mortgage records of Baltimore county, in Liber L. M. B„ No. 1,5, folio 84. Ac., the undersigned, mortgagee, will sell at Public Sale, AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, Towson, Baltimore county, on Tuesday, the Ist Day of May, 1900, At 11 o’clock A. ALL THE PROPERTY contained, mentioned and described hi gap] m °OIfEACRE OF D IaND, MORE OR LEBB, IN FEE. The b^g^l and all neoessary outbuildings and situated near Texas Station, on the Northern Central RajpV TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash,oaSlhiM ] in six months, balance In twelve months, or an I cash at purchaser’s option ; deferred payment II to bear interest from the day of sale and to ho 9 secured to the satisfaction of the undersign*^ 8 1 Ssr A cash deposit of One Hundred (sl*l Sri 1 lars will be required at time of sale. 1 aol ' John b. hahmon, SLADE A RISTEAU, Auctioneers. ort *** B ®* Apl. 7.—ts.