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TOWSON, M<t. Saturday, - October 27, 1900. LONGNECKER BROS.. Editors and Proprietors. 1.60 per annum — inadvance. Poetagepre paid. No subscription taken for less than six months. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. !§ For President, william mckinley, ■ OF OHIO. H For Vice-President. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, if OF NEW YORK. ■ PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. S At Large. E. HOOPER. Baltimore city. gj HENRY M. McCULLOUGH, Cecil county. jl Districts. 1 \. ROBERT M. MESSICK, Caroline county. S 2. ALBERT E. OHR, Baltimore city. 3. HENRY BRUNT, Baltimore city. 4. ADAM E. KINO, Baltimore city. 5. J. FRANK PAURAN. Calvert county. 8. ALVIN O. THOMAS, Montgomery county. CONGRESSIONAL' NOMINATIONS. district— long term. WILLIAM H. JACKSON, of Talbot county. FIRST DISTRICT—SHORT TERM, JOSIAH L. KERR, of Dorchester county. SECOND DISTRICT, ALBERT A. BLAKENEY, of Baltimore county. THIRD DISTRICT. , FRANK C. WACHTEK, of Baltimore city. FOURTH DISTRICT, CHARLES R. BCHIRM, of Baltimore city. FIFTH DISTRICT. * SYDNEY E. MG’DD, of Charles county. SIXTH DISTRICT, G EORG E A. PEARRE, of Allegany county. Election Tuesday, November 6,1000. Within the wec k three great church men—Archbishop Ireland, of the Roman Cath olic Church ; Bishop potter, of the Protestant Episcopal, and Bishop Fowler, of the Metho dist Episcopal churches--bave published their intention of voting for McKinley, as demanded by conscience, the best interests of the coun try , sound morality religion. The New York Herald,.in accordance with its established custom in years, has made a careful canvass ’of the entire coun try and sets down the electoral volte as fol lows: For McKinley, 282 * for Bryipn, 165. The total number of in the Sectoral college will be 447^'nocessary choice, 22-4. in H in St. Lstfuis, October 14th, d 1 : “To the youth country in the schools, which are opened to all, must we look to carry forward the fabric of government. It is fortunate for us that our republic appeals to the best find noblest aspirations of its citizens, and makes all things possible to the worthy and industrious youth." Cou. William Jennings Bryan, who had been campaigning through West Virginia, reached Baltimore on Tuesday afternoon and at night snpV; Jr, an immense throng of people inside and outside of Music Hall, Baltimore. ■ Ex-Gov. William Pinkney Whyte presided at the inside meeting and made a short speech. On Wednesday Col. Bryan spoke at several places on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. This will be his last appearance here in the present campaign. In his speech at the mass-meeting in Reis terstown last Saturday night Hon. J. Fred. C. Talbott said that Mr. N. W. Steele, while a resident of Baltimore county, had been u can didate for the Legislature on a fusion ticket and also that he had worked against the elec tion of Judges Fowler and Burke. On the same night Mr. Steele addressed a meeting at Glyndon, within a mile from where Mr. Tal bott spoke, and denied the charges made by him. It is said Mr. Steele has many sup porters in the 4th district. “There is no danger more remote,” said Democratic Controller Coler, of New York, to the Twentieth Century Club, of Boston “than the possibility that the people will surrender their rights and powers into the hands of one man. We may, in time, create an empire of liberty, equality and prosperity that will reach around the world ; but, while American manhood and love of freedom and justice cn- dured, it will remain an empire where every citizen is emperor.” Nothing truer was ever uttered. The strength of America depends upon the individual citizen —unpurchased and unbossed. In a recent interview ex-United States Sena tor M. C. Butler, of South Carolina, said: “I am an expansionist. I think the Democratic party made a mistake when they raised the cry of anti-imperialism, and I don’t believe that there is any such thing. As for the Southern people, I don’t see how any of them, especially those in the cotton business, can see anything not beneficial to them in the policy of expansion. I think Mr. McKinley has made a most excellent President. He is thoroughly conscientious, intensely patriotic and has the best interests of the country, North and South, at heart. The Baltimore Sun. having joined the ranks of the “yellow journals,” it can noWgive them all big odds and beat them out with ease. For unadulterated sensationalism and clean cut and barefaced misrepresentation it stands today without a rival in the newspaper world. After speaking of this paper’s treatment of Governor Roosevelt the Baltimore Herald says: “At one time the Baltimore Sun occu pied in this community an admirable position as a fair, impartial and courageous newspaper. That was the time when the Sun would not stoop to suppress, color or manufacture news, and when it could not be influnced shame lessly to malign a political opponent. There was a time when the Sun scorned the arts of low journalism, but that period has passed. There is only one hopeful thing which may be said of the Sum—it cannot get any worse; it r has reached the lowest level.” The growing assurances of Republican suc cess ought not, must not, lead to relaxing any efforts for the whole ticket. On the contrary, they should inspire to even more active exer tions. The electoral ticket safe, the impor tance of the Congressional contest should be properly estimated. A new administration, clogged by a Democratic House, would be a national calamity. Every patriotic move ment and policy, at home and abroad, would be hampered. The issues at stake are too great, too momentous, to have their dispo sition delayed or made the subject of compro mises, dickerings or delays if the House should be opposed to the President. The prompt and healthful decision of great questions depends • upon a practical, a decisive majority there. Let every Republican exert himself from now until the close of election day to achieve that end. Any other result than six Republican Congressmen from Mayland will not be a com plete, a deserved victory. The country, the party, the issues at stake require and demand this. In the Second district Mr. Blakeney should receive an enthusiastic support. He is making a splendid canvass. He is active, cap able, zealous. His district and State will have his constant and intelligent attention, -o interest will be neglected. Let him have a majority of vhich be and the party may be proud. MR. BRYAN AND BOSS CROKER. “Great is Tammany and Crolter is its Prophet.”—lV. J. Bryan at New York, Oct. UUh. “Croker is all right.”— IV. J. Bryan at Itha ca, N. I’., October 19 th. In these words Mr. Bryan expresses his sub mission to and copartnership with the bead of the most villainous conspiracy for spoils that exists on the face of the globe—Tammany —an association which is political in name and instrumentalities but which, in reality, is a tiger preying upon the city which furnishes it a shelter and a hunting ground. It is a despot taking toll of everything that is unlawful and degrading in a great city, living on crime and fattening on vice, the groggery, the dive, the gambling den and the brothel all paying trib ute, and existing and prospering only as they pay tribute, through agents and sub-agents, mainly public officials of higher or less degree, of an atrocious conspiracy which thrives by il legally licensing the cancerous evils which af flict a proud metropolis. And Richard Croker is the ruler, here truly the imperialistic ruler, of this infamous organ ization. It is he who makes mayors and al dermen, judges and sheriffs and legislators. His word is supreme; his nod enough ; he brooks no opposition; he listens not to learn ing, probity, wisdom or experience ; every public officer exists in the breath of his nos trils and pays, pays, pays, that be may exist. He has grown rich, but no man has known him do an honest day’s work. Yet he owns racing stables, sends strings of horses to run on tracks abroad, pays thousands of dollars each for dogs with no known merit, or real value, and bets thousands of dollars on elec tions. Without education, devoid of breeding, ignorant, illiterate and selfish, the aim of his ignoble ambition, by his own declaration, is to fill his pocket-book. By his grip on Tammany Croker controls the Democratic party, not only in New York city, but, crushing ex-Governor Hill, is now the dictator of its policy and candidates in the great Empire State. Indeed, he is the most conspicuous and important figure today in its National politics, and if its Presidential candi date should be elected it would be by his efforts and manceuvres. General Bragg, a gallant soldier, an eloquent member of Congress from Wisconsin (now stumping the West for McKinley,) declared in a moving speech on the floor of the House that he “loved Cleveland for the enemies be had made.” TammaDy and Croker were these ene mies. Mr. Cleveland would have none of them. He would not bow the knee to Belial. Of what different material Mr. Bryan is made! He throws himself on the bieast of Croker. He comes East as his guest. He rides in his carriage at his right hand. He is the central appearance at the lucuilian feast, (at sl2 a plate, without wines,) at the gilded hos telry. He not only accepts, he applauds, the services of this imperial Boss—“ Great is Tam many and Croker is its Prophet”—and profit, he might have added. Where now are the decent and trusting friends of Mr. Bryan, who believed him honest, sincere and noble? To bow to, to fawn upon, this audacious head of a shameless organiza tion, to surrender self-respect, even honor it self, for political advantage—this has sounded the political death-knell of this windy and presuming and, as he has proved himself, shal low and evasive pretender. Good-bye Mr. Bryan ! Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio, died at his borne in Washington, on Monday morning last, aged seventy-seven years. A special ses sion of the Cabinet was at once called and President McKinley issued a proclamation an. nouncing the death of this great man and briefly reciting some of his services to his country. He said : “In the fullness of years and honors John Sherman, lately Secretary of State, has passed away. Few among our citizens have risen to greater or more deserved eminence in national councils than he. The story of his public life and services is, as it were, the history of the country for half a century. In the Congress of the United States he ranked among the foremost in the House, and later in the Senate. He was twice a mem ber of the Executive Cabinet, first as Secretary of the Treasury and afterwards as Secretary of State. Whether in debate during the dark hours of our Civil War or as the director of the country’s finances during the period of re habilitation, or as a trusted councillor in fram ing the nation’s laws for over forty years, or as the exponent of its foreign policy, his course was ever marked by devotion to the best in terests of this beloved land, and by able and conscientious effort to uphold its dignity and honor. His countrymen will long revere his memory, and see in him a type of the patriot ism, the uprightness and the zeal that go to molding and strengthening a nation.” In announcing its great mass-meeting at Music Hall, Baltimore, for Thursday night last the Honest-Money Democratic League of Maryland did so in the following forcible manner: “In opposition to the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. “In opposition to the platform of a national po litical party making an attack on credit, prosperity, our government and our civili zation. “In opposition to the platform of a national political party in which lawlessness is in dorsed and the suppression of it by the courts disapproved. “In opposition to the platform of a national po litical party in which demand is male that the citizens’ freedom of contract shall be re stricted by the State. “In opposition to the platform of a national po litical party in which an attack is made on the Supreme Court, the highest tribunal in the land, the safeguard of our written Con stitution. “Such a platform is not only a violation of all the principles of the Democratic party, the party of the Constitution, but is distinctly un-American and Populistic. “A call to all citizens to rise above partisan con siderations in a patriotic defense of the national honor iu the existing crisis in the nation’s history.” The increase in the odds on McKinley in the betting is merely one of the indications of the approaching collapse of Bryan’s candidacy. The betting fraternity represent Democrats as well as Republicans. There is no partisan ship in election wagers any more than there is in the multiplication table. Democrats are betting against Bryan, not because they want him to lose, but because they are convinced that he will lose whether they want him to or not. The chances are that the odds against Bryan will keep on growing until election day. Nevertheless, every Republican will take the precaution to cast his ballot on November 6th. In his speech in Chicago in October, 1808, President McKinley said : “Abraham Lincoln did not start out to free the slaves, but to save the Union. The war with Spain was not of our seeking, and some of its consequences may. not be to our liking. Our vision is often de fective. Short-sightedness is a common mal ady, but the closer we get to things, or they get to us, the clearer our view and the less ob scure our duty. Patriotism must be faithful as well as fervent; statesmanship must be wise as well as fearless —not the statesmanship which will command the applause of the hour, but the judgment of posterity." There are four states among the forty-five states in the Union in which the women can go to the polls, November 6th, and vote for President of the United States. These states are Colorado, Idaho, Utah and Wyoming, and they cast thirteen votes out of the 447 votes in the electoral college. The women of Wyoming have already voted in two Presidential elec tions and the women of Colorado and Utah in one such election. In Idaho, however, the women will cast a ballot for President for the first time next month. In these four states the number of women voters is estimated at about 145,000. Bryan is apparently getting ready for defeat. In- a recent speech in Indiana he said: “A wise man gets an idea in his head; a foolish man gets it in the neck.” Nice language to be used by a man who is a candidate for the ex alted office of President of the United States. One of Bryan’s policies, that of free trade, produced the distress experienced in 1894 5. What, then, would be the amount of suffering produced by a combination of both free trade and free silver ? Governor Roosevelt made two speeches in Baltimore last Saturday night, one inside and the other outside Music Hall, and was listened to by many thousands of people. On the sub ject of "promises” he was very emphatic. He said : “Now, gentlemen, I ought not to have reminded any audience of the obvious truth that the worth of a promise come in its per formance, and that, jast as much if it is a promise made on the stump as if it is one made in private life. There is as little excuse for a politician failing to keep his word to the people as there is little excuse for a private citi zen failing to keep his word to another private citizen. There is a converse side to that. It is an outrage not to keep a promise when made, and it is a very foolish thing to ask that a promise should be made which cannot be kept. That is theotherside. Whenever you find men demanding the millennium, and that quick, those men are ripe for the political quack, because no man who is both honest and intel ligent will promise that we cannot keep, and if there is a tendency to exact an impossible promise it means that there is a tendency to put in public life men who will not keep the possible promise.” The Republican outlook iu Maryland con tinues to be bright, says the St. Louis Globe- Democrat. A few of the gold Democrats of that State who were working with the Repub licans in 1895 have gone back to Bryan, but, on the other hand, many of the younger Demo crats are said to be coming over to the Repub lican side. Maryland’s swing to the Republi cans in 1895 and 1896 was a big change for that State, but there is good reason to believe that Maryland this year will repeat its act of four years ago. A poll made of the professors and instruc tors in the various colleges and universities of the West and East shows an immense pre ponderance of those favoring the re-election of McKinley. In Princeton University, of eighty professors who were polled, not one admitted he would vote for Bryan. It is only to be ex* pected that the leaders of thought and teach ers of youth would reject the vagaries and demagegism of Bryan. Rev. J. 11. Sheppard, of the Locust Avenue Chapel, in Kingston, N. Y., has resigned his pastorate because his congregation, or a por tion of it, insisted on giving an oyster supper in the church edifice. Mr. Sheppard does not believe in holding fairs, bazars or suppers in the church. He suggested that the supper be served in the residence of one of the congrega tion, and when the supper was served in the church he resigned. Emperor William has pardoned a naturalized American citizen who was imprisoned recently for having escaped army service in his native country. To be an American in these days covers a rnultitudeof sins abroad. That’s to so called “imperialism.” We have demonstrated we are not a nation to be snubbed or trifled with. Once the boast was: "I am a Roman citizen.” Now the proudest one is: “I am an American.” Mr. George DeHaven, who was some years ago connected with the passenger de partment of the Pennsylvania Railroad in Baltimore, but latterly with the Chicago and West Michigan Railroad, has been appointed to take charge of the tourist business of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, with headquarters at Baltimore. Mr. DeHaven will be peasantly remembered by many of our people. A new law firm has just been established in Baltimore city, composed of Hon. Lewis E. McComas, United States Senator from Mary land ; Mr. George R. Gaither, Jr., and Mr. Leon E. Greenbaura. Mr. Gaither was for merly the law partner of Hon. Harry M. Clabaugb, who is now a judge on the District of Columbia bench. The new firm has offices in the Equitable Building. United States Senator Lindsay, of Ken tucky, who was a gold Democrat in 1896, has come out squarely for McKinley and Roose velt. He predicts the election of Yerkes, the Republican candidate for Governor of Ken tucky, by a tremendous majority, and says that the State will give its electoral vote to McKinley. ' The Baltimore Sun's “nigger outrage” mill has not been running full time this week. The Democratic “niggers” who are paid good Democratic money to commit the "outrages” in order that their co-laborer, the Sun, may have plenty of material to work on, must be getting scared. Mr. Cleveland writes iu regard to a letter he sent to business men on financial questions five years ago : "I have not changed my opin ions as then expressed in the least.” The spectacle of Grover dangling after Bryan and a 45-cent dollar is not likely to materialize. It is said that out in Nebraska many of Mr. Bryan’s Democratic friends do not treat se riously his candidacy for the Presidential office, but that they are anxious to carry the State this year in order to send Mr. Bryan to Washington as a United States Senator. Don’t forget, voters, that in his speech at Zanesville, Ohio, on the 4th of last month, Mr. Bryan said his party stands where it did in 1896 on the money question. A vote for Mr. Bryan will therefore be a vote for a man who believes in the cheap dollar. Nothing mop.e important than the question of sound money can engage the attention of patriotic citizens, because nothing is so vital to the welfare of our fellow countrymen and to the strength, prosperity and honor of our nation.— Grover Cleveland. Ex-President Harrison repeats that Bryan’s election “would throw governmental and bus iness affairs into confusion.” The currents of business are already slowed up to some extent because new enterprises are postponed until after the eleetjon. The Hagerstown fair, which was held last week, was the most successful in the history of the society. The estimated attendance in the fonr days was 52,000 persons, and the total receipts from all sources about 123,000. DEATHS^ —Tributes, Ac.. lO Cents Per Line.— MASTERS.—At Aberdeen. Harford county, Md., October 24,1900, Virginia M. Masters, widow of Charles Masters, formerly of Baltimore coun ty, aged 71 years. GREASER.—At his home on Chestnut Ridge, Baltimore county, Md., October 22,1900, Jacob Greaser, aged 69 years. EMERINE.—In Baltimore, Md., October2l.l9oo, John \V. Emerine, in the 57th year of his age. PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY, TOW SON, MV.—lncorporated 1801.—BEAU TIFULLY SITUATED, COMMANDING FINE VIEWS OF SURROUNDING COUNTRY; HIGH AND DRY: CHOICE LOCATIONS: LOTS ALL SIZES. Address the SECRETARY OF THE COMPANY. Towson. Md. Uciu rjTRESPASS NOTICES FOR SALE. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS printed on mus- Bn at SI.OO per dozen and 50 els. per half dozen at the office of “THE UNION," Oct. 27.—tf. Towson, Md. CABBAGE PLANTS FOR FALL PLANTING. NOW READY IN LARGE QUANTITIES. For prices apply to H. VINCENT, Jk. & SON, Oct. 27.—1 t. White Marsh, Md. QARD. Mr. William S. Cowley has had and has now an interest in No. 5 and No. 6 Shafts. All persons wanting Stone must apply to him for prices, etc. GEORGE F. NARDIN, McDonogh, Baltimore county, Md. Oct. 27—3t* _ _ YTT" ANTED. MARRIED MAN FOR NIGHT FIREMAN during winter; work the year round for a steady, sober man; must be well recommended. R. VINCENT. Jr. & SON, White Marsh. Md., Cowonton Station, B. it O. R. R. Oct 27.—1 t. y^OST, From a carriage in Towson, on Sunday even ing, October 14th, A LAP ROBE, black on one side and gray on the other, with a dark-colored tiger across light side. A reward will be paid for its return to THE UNION OFFICE, Oct. 27 It. Towson, Md. TjlOR RENT. THIRTY OR THIRTY-FIVE ACRES,*£? corner Belvidere and Roland avenues, 3d dis trict, Baltimore county, Md. To be seeded in grain and timothy. CHARLES E. SAVAGE, 12 E. Lexington Street, Baltimore, Md. Oct. 27,-2t. Unu Jtdueutisemjeuts. REWARD. Near “Hampton,” north of Towson Saturday, October 20th. an ENGLISH HOUND (bitch) white and tan. marked black around the eyes, cropped ears, carries tail a little to left. Return to ELKRIDGE KENNELS Oct. 27.-2 t M. F. W. WEIDEMEYER, FIRE & TORNADO INSURANCE Office—HEBBVILLE, Md. M&-INSUICANCE BATES BEDUC ED.-Qt. Money Loaned on Real Estate. Sales Clerked at a very reasonable price. Correspondence so licited. Get. 27.—ly* jpiOß SALE. TWO VALUABLE LOTS of ground on Vir ginia avenue, Towson. One of the lots is proved by a six-room Frame Dwelling, j n ljjl good condition, with a front of 85 feet on \ ginia avenue and a depth of 155 feet, subject to an annual rent of 926- the unimproved lot is subject to a rent of sl9. The last named lot fronts 76 feet on Virginia avenue, with a depth of 147 feet. These lots are admirably located for tenements, or very nicely situated for the florist business, having southern exposure. Further particulars, terms. Sic., on application to LONGNECKER BROS Oct. 27.—tf. [N0.328] Real Estate, Towson, Md. gEALED PROPOSALS. Office Board School Commissioners of ) Baltimore County, t Towson, October 26th, i 960 ) The Secretary of the Board of County School Commissioners of Baltimore County will receive SEALED PROPOSALS at the office FOR THE PRINTING OF 900 COPIES OF THE ANNUAL REPORT. 1 All bids must be in the office by 12 o’clockM., Saturday, November 10th, 1900. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. ALBERT S. COOK. ExaminHk- JOHN T. HERSHNBH, Acting Secretary. Oct. 27.—2 t. 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 DANIEL SCHAFER, 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 H9th day of April, 1901; 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 25th day of October, 1900. JOHN SCHAFER, Oct. 27.—4t* Administrator. By Thomas C. Biddison, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Horses and Cows, Wagons. Farm Imple ments, &c., on the Old Harford Itoad, iu the Ninth Election District of Baltimore County, Maryland. The undersigned, owner, about to relinquish jfßk gardening, will scllat Public norjsntmk ■rfggaES Auction. ON THE PRKM ) ISES. situate at the corner JTjf •iS&ssbmot the Old Harford road and s/lmtht Taylor avenue, on Wednesday, October 31st, 1900, At 10 o’clock A. M., The following Personal Property, viz: Two Horses, 1 Cow, 1 Heifer, 1 one-horse Mar ket Wagon, 1 two-horse Manure Wagon, 1 Dou ble Harrow, 1 two-horse Plow. 1 Cultivator. 1 Shovel Plow, Forks, Hoes, Hakes, Shovels, Dou ble and Single Trees,about 10tons Timothy Hay, lot Corn Fodder and a lot of small articles too numerous to mention. Also, 5 bushels Onion Sets and a lot of Hot-Bed Sash. TERMS OF SALE-CASH. * AUGUST EISNER. Owner. Oct. 27.—1 t. OF VACANCIES FILLED JUDGES AND CLERKS OF ELECTIONS. Office Board Supervisors of Elections ) of Baltimore County, Towson, Md., October 23d, 1900. I By virtue of th*e provisions of Article 33, Sec tions 7 and 10, Chapter 202, of the Acts of the Gen eral Assembly of Maryland, passed at its Janua ry Session, 1886, notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Elections of Baltimore county have appointed the following named per sons as JUDGES AND CLERKS OF ELEC TIONS, to fill vacancies in the following Elec tion Districts and Precincts: 11th District. 2d Precinct.—Clerk—John G. Chenoweth, Re publican, Carney, in place of I. McP. Stafford, removed from district. 15th District. Ist Precinct.—Clerk—Wm. K. O’Connor, Re publican, Sparrow’s Point, in place of A. L. Glad felter, removed from State. WILLIAM A. SLADE, President, CHARLES H. WISE, THOMAS M. HILL, Board of Supervisors of Elections of Baltimore Cousotr.. THOMAS ,T. HUNTER, Clclk. Oct. 27.—2 t. By William M. Bisteau, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Horses,Mules, Cows, Farm Implements, Jtc. The undersigned, intending to relinquish farm sgtL, ing, will sell at Public grtaeaL ON THE PREMISES, cnr-IPSTAJ® ncr of Winston and St. /] 7T George avenues, Govans—I**** 1 **** town, on Friday, November 9th, 1900, At 10 o’clock A. M., The following Personal Property, viz: One Gray Horse. 5 years old ; 1 Bay Horse, 9 years old ; 1 Dun Colt. 3X years old ; 2 Mules, good workers; 15 good Milch Cows, nearly all fresh; 1 two-horse Farm Wagon, 1 Cart, 1 two seat Phaeton, 1 Ladies’ Phaeton, 1 Buggy, 1 two horse Milk Wagon. 1 Woods Binder. 1 two-horse Mowing Machine, 1 one-horse Mowing Mrchine, 1 Hay Rake, 1 two-horse Tread Power, 1 38-inch Ohio Cutter, 1 one-horso Roller, 1 Bone Cutter, 1 Corn Crusher, lot small Farm Tools, lot Lum ber contained in Cow Barn, only built one year; lot Fancy ChickcDS, 1 Star Cooler, 2 suits Bed room Furniture, etc. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of sloand 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. No goods to be removed until terms are complied with. ELIZA A. COOK. JOHN W. LEE, Clerk. Oct. 27.-ts. Georgre Dobbin Bennima n and John Walter Dord, Attorneys, Baltimore, Md. jyjOUTGAGEE’S SALE Fee-Simple Property, in tlie Village of Joshua, in the Thirteenth Election District of Baltimore County. By virtue of the power and authority contain ed in a mortgage from Thomas J. Burn -jE&k ham and wife to the Real Estate and*!?* Improvement Company of Baltimore City, bear ing date March Ist, 1894. and recorded among the Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber L. M. XL, No. 170, folio 451, &c., the undersigned. Trustee named in said mortgage, will sell at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, on Monday, the 19th day of November, 1900, At 4 o’clock P. M., ALL THAT LOT OK PARCEL OF GROUND, known as Lots numbered 122 and 123 in Block No. 4, in the suburban village of Joshua, C. W. Hull’s subdivision of forty-eight and three quarter acres of land, being that portion of Lot No. 38 of the Baltimore Company’s lands, lying on the easterly side of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road and fronting westerly on the Hammond’s Ferry road, as appears by plat in the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. W. S., No. 175, folio 580, being the same property con veyed unto the said Thomas J. Burnham and wife by Charles W. Hull and wife by deed dated August 21st, 1893. E&“The above described lot fronts 32 feet on Hazel street, with a depth of 100 feet to an alley, as will appear by reference to the Plat Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. W. S., No. I, folio 144. The lot is in lee. The property is improved by a FRAME DWELLING AND THE NECESSA RY OUTBUILDINGS. Its nearness to the city of Baltimore and the ex cellent facilities afTorded by the B. & O. likll road. makes this a desirable property. TERMS OF SALE. —One-third cash on the day of sale, or the final ratification thereof : the balance in equal payments at six and twelve month from day of sale; the credit payments to bear interest from day of sale and to be se cured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. 13TA cash deposit of S4O will be required of the purchaser as soon as the property is knocked down. SAMUEL R. BARR, Oct. 27—ts. Trustee. W. Gill Smith, Attorney, Towson, Md. TRUSTEE’S SALE —OF A— Lot of Ground and Improvements Situate on tlie Harford Turnpike road, about Eleven Miles From Baltimore City, in the Eleventh Election District of Baltimore County, Md. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for • Baltimore county, sitting in Equity.JQC passed In the case of William E. Coe,**z sc., vs. Orrie Coe et al., the undersigned, as Trustee therein named, will offer at Public Auction, at the COURT HOUSE DOOR, in Towsontown, Md.. on Wednesday, the 7th Day of November, A. D.. 1900, At 12 o’clock M.. ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND KNOWN AS THE “COE PROPERTY,” NEAR THE COP PER FACTORY. SITUATED AS ABOVE STATED. It contains 2 ACRES AND 12 SQUARE PERCHES, Improved by a COMFORTABLE FRAME DWELLING. Sic.. with use of Bpring of excellent water, fruit, &c. This is a desireable little home and is conve nient to schools, churches, stores, &c. TERMS OF SALE AS PER DECREE.-One third cash, one-third insix months and balance in twelve months, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser; credit payments to bear interest, and to be secured to the satisfaction of the Trustee. A cash deposit of SIOO to be required at time of sale. W. GILL SMITH. Trustee. CHARLES ISENNOCK. Auctioneer. Oct 13.—ts. MULE. Came to my premises in Govan3town, Friday, October 12,1900. a DARK M ULE. Owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay all charges and take him away. v JOSEPH P. GRIFFIN. Oct. 20.—2 t. j I .Sales ot I’Kopcety. Thomas A. Whelan, Attorney at Law, fidel ity Building, Baltimore, Aid. TRUSTEE'S SALE —OF— Valuable Farm Froperty In the Twelfth Election District of Baltimore County on the German Hill Road, Being the Farm Owned by Luke A. Sweeney, Lately Deceased, and Formerly Belonging to George Ortel. Under a decree of the Circuit Court for Balti •more County, in Equity, the under signed. Trustee, will sel 1 by Public Auc-?1£? non, ON THE PREMISES, on Monday, the sth Day of November, A. D„ 1000. At 10.30 o'clock A. M„ ALL THAT TRACT OP LAND LYING ON THE GERMAN HILL ROAD. AND DE- i SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: / Beginning for the same at the beginning of the land described in a deed from Henry Sert gad wife to George Ortel dated August 15th. and recorded among the Land Records of A* l ”' more county, in Liber E. H. A., No. f°JJ® 403, &c.. which place of beginning is fauna oy recent survey to be where the north -1 east perches line of the tract whic h sby deed dated August 3d, 1810, and recorded among Mid Land Records in Liber W. G., No. *° is*™’ conveyed by John to J r ?® intersects the centre line of the G erm&n Hill road, and running thence and binding on said south 58° 23^ west 14* perches to the end of the southeast line of said land ; thence binding on said line north 41° 47' west 58 perches to a stone t the end of the north 52° east 45* perches Jine of the land conveyed by John Eagleston to Ed ward Rowen Joyce, recorded among said Land Records, in Liber W. G„ No. 104, folio 343, &e.; thence binding on the lines of said land reverse lv. the two following courses : South 57*° west is* perches to a stone north 55° 35' west 39 55- 100 perches to a stone in the outline of Corsell’s Hills; thence binding on said outline south 1° 50' west 80* perches to a point in the German Hill road 12* leet south 1° 50' west from the centre thereof and to the end of the south 2° east 178 perches line of the land conveyed as aforesaid by Eagleston to Green; thence still binding on the outlines of said land and in the bed of said road south 75° 54' east 47 15-100 per ches to intersect tlio centre line of said German Hill road; thence binding on the centre line of said road south 55° 19' east 10 28-100 perches south 52° 49' east 18 18-100 perches, south 51° 49' east 46 70-100 perches to the place of beginning, containing ABOUT SEVENTY-TWO ACRES. The improvements on said farm consist of a HANDSOME FRAME DWELLING, with cellar, bank barn, stabling market house, corn house, spring house, chicken house and outbuildings. Fine spring of water on premi ses ; pump at the market house. This farm is beautifully situated on the Ger man Hill road and contains a variety of fruits, apples, pears, peaches, grapes and berries. An addition of a great number of young fruit trees has been lately made to the farm. This proper ty is close to the city and easily accessible. TERMS OF SALE.—One-half cash, balance in six months, with interest, secured to the satis faction of the Trustee, oral! cash, at purchaser’s option. Deposit of S2OO required from pur chaser at time of sale. Taxes adjusted to day of sale. ■fca'For further particulars apply to Trustee. THOMAS A. WHELAN, Trustee. Fidelity Building, Baltimore. PATTISON & GAHAN. Auctioneers. ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE. —OF— Farm Implements, Horses, Wagons, Har ness, Hay, Corn and Produce at the Farm of the Late Luke A. Sweeney, on the German llill Road, in the Twelfth Election District of Baltimore County. Under an order of the Orphans’ Court of Bal- A&in timore city, the under signed will sell by Public! _ Auction, ON THE PREMI-^Jgjjg Monday the sth Day of November, A. D., 11)00, At 10.30 o’clock, A. M., ALL THE PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE SAIDLUKE A.SWEENEYON SAID FARM CONSISTING IN PART OF about 50 tons of Hay. about 12 acres of Corn, Pigs. Chickens, Ducks, Turkeys, Farm Imple ments, Horses, Wagons, Car.s, Harness, Bee Hives. See. TERMS OF SALE-CASH. MARY A. SWEENEY. Administratrix. PATTISON & GAHAN, Auctioneers. Oct 13.—ts. By Slade A It Ist can, Auctioneers, PUBLIC SALE —OF— Valuable Horses, Cattle and llogs, Wagons, Improved Farm Machinery, Har ness, Dairy Fixtures, Etc. The undersigned, intending to relinquish farm- Atte ingand engage in other busi- . ness, will sell at Public Sale, Mff*snON THE PREMISES, situ- \rW> -Ssc*ated about one-fourth of a mile from Sunnybrook P. 0., on the old York road, and on the road leading from Sunnybrook to Phoenix, on . Thursday, November Ist, 1000, Commencing at 10 o’clock A. M„ The following Personal Property, to wit: Three good Work Horses, one a fine driver; 7 Milch Cows, some fresh by day of sale; 3 Heifers, one a thoroughbred Jersey; 1 Brood Sow and Pigs, lot Shoats, 1 three or four-horse broad -x- Brown Wagon,with Body, near.?, . qr . r£\y new ; 1 twoliursu narrow-tread Wagon, with Body; 1 two-horse Wriii Wagon, in good order; 1 Milk Wagon, 1 Top Buggy, nearly new; 1 Hay Car riage, 1 Hay Fork, with Rope and Pulleys ; 1 Os borne Binder. 1 Emperor Hay Hake, 1 Champion Mower, 1 Johnston Mower, but little used ; 1 Keystone Drum Land Roller,‘>p v nearly new; 1 Wheelbarrow, 1 Hay Knife, 1 No. 40 left hand Oliver Chilled Plow, in good order: 1 No. 43 left-hand Roland Chilled Plow, 1 one-horse Plow, nearly new: 1 Double Shovel Plow, 2 Single Shovel Plows, 1 Iron Age Cultiva tor, 1 Davis Drag, 1 "A” Harrow, 1 Hinge Har row, 2 Spring-Tooth Harrows. 1 Farm Mill, 1 Cutting Box, 1 Bickford & Huffman Grain Drill, 1 Hoosier Corn Drill, 1 Bramble Scythe, 1 Mow ing Scythe, Hot-Bed Sash, 1 WagonSpreaderand Stick, Single, Double and Triple Trees, 2 sets Breechbands, 2 sets Express Harness. 1 set Lead Harness. 1 Wagon Saddle, 1 set Single Express Harness, 1 set Single Buggy Harness, lot Bridles, Collars, Halters, Cow Chains and many other articles too numerous to mention, such as are found on a well-stocked farm. Also, about 50 bushels Potatoes, lot Hay and Corn. 6 barrels good Cider Vinegar, etc. Also, Blacksmith and Wheelwright Outfit, consisting of 1 Continental Fan Blower. 1 Anvil. 1 six-inch Vise, lot Tongues, Hammers, Cutting Dies, Saws, Planes, etc. Also, Dairy Fixtures, consisting of 1 American Cream Separator, nearly new ; lot Milk Cans, 1 Stoddard Churn and Rack, 1 Hied Butter Worker, Print and Tray, lot Crocks, Buckets, etc. TERMS OF SALE.—Allsumsof s2oand under, cash : on sums over that amount a credit of ten months will be given, purchasers giving their notes, with approved security, said notes to bear interest from day of sale and made payable at the Towson National Bank. No goods to be re moved until terms have been fully complied with. WP. S.—A discount of 4 per cent, will be al lowed on all cash payments of S2O and over. C. W. SCHMIDT. JOHN T. BISHOP. Clerk. Oct. 13.-ts. lemticl D. Offutt and Noah IS. Offatt, Attor neys, Towson, Aid. EXECUTORS’ SALE. —OF A— Valuable Farm Containing 250 Acres of Land Lying in tile Fifth Election Dis trict of Baltimore County, on the Road Leading From Belfast to Butler. Under and by virtue of the power and au 4(g<|thority vested in me as Executrix of SMI S the last will and testament of Sophia*x? Birch, deceased, duly filed and proved, I will, as such Executrix, offer for sale and sell at Public Auction, at the COURT HOUSE DOOR, in Towson, on Tuesday, the 30th Day of October, 1000, At 12 o’clock M., ALL THAT VALUABLE FARM OF 250 ACRES MORE OR LESS, of which the said Sophia Birch, deceased, died seized and possessed. The farm is located in one of the most beauti ful sections of Baltimore county, and is among the best and most productive. It is now under a good state of cultivation and the buildings, which consist of A LARGE MANSION. containing 14 rooms, and barn, with all neces sary outbuildings, are in good condition. The property is well watered and has an abundance of fruit of all kinds, and is about three miles from Sparks’ Station, on the N. C. R. R., and one mile from the Western Run turnpike. tSfThe farm is now cultivated by Mr. Orrick Ensor and the half share of the owner for the past year has amounted to more than eight hun dred dollars. Mr. Ensor, the present tenant, has still one year more on the farm; his term will expire on the first day of October, 1901, on which date possession of the farm will be given, and any one buying the property will be en titled to one-half the crop from the day of sale to the end of the term of tenancy. There are now 60 acres of growing wheat on the farm. The property adjoins the farms of Messrs. Lewis M. Bacon, John Bond, I.Howard Crowther and Peter Kessler, is convenient to churches, postoffice, schools, etc. TERMS OF SALE.—A cash deposit of S3OO will be required of the purchaser when the property is knocked down by the auctioneer; one-third upon ratification of sale, one-third in six and balance in 12 months from day of sale, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. JEANNETTE PHILLIPS. Executrix. SLADE & RISTEAU, Auctioneers. Oct. 13—ts. George B. Gaither, Jr., Attorney, 724 Equi table Building, Baltimore, Aid. jyj’ORTGAGEE’S SALE Ten Lots of in ’’Tuxedo Park,” Near Roland Park, Baltimore County. By virtue of the power and authority con- JSMStained in a mortgage from the Synai-JDlt •2*eate Land Company to the Kansas City Land Company of Baltimore City, bearing date April 30.1892. and recorded among the Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber L. M. 8., No. 159, folio 266, Sec., the undersigned, partial Assignee of said mortgage, will offer for sale at Public Auction, ON THE PREMISES, on Tuesday, the 30th day of October, 1000, At 3.30 P. M.. ALL THOSE TEN LOTS OF GROUND situated, lying and being in Baltimore county, in “Tuxedo Park," and designated on the plat of "Tuxedo Park,” filed among the Mortgage Records of Baltimore county and recorded with said Mortgage Records in Liber L. M. 8., No. 159. folio 265, &c.. by the following numbers: Lots Nos. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25 in Block No. 9; and Lots Nos. 15,16.17.18,19 in Block No. 10. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third in cash, and balance in sixand twelve months from the day of sale. All payments to bear interest from day of sale and to be secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. A deposit of SIO.OO will be re quired on each lot at the time of sale. -A copy of the plat of Tuxedo Park desig nating said lots will be exhibited at the time of the Bale. GEORGE R. GAITHER. Jr., Oct. 6.—ts. Partial Assignee of Mortgage. PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF BALTIMORE COUNTY. j / : of : RECEIPTS & DISBURSEMENTS , / : for : I PUBLIC SCHOOL PTTEPOSES. FOR THE YEAR ENDINC JULY 31, 1900. RECEIPTS Balance o' 3l, 1899 $ 10,611.69 State Sokkß Tax 44,640.32 to/fee School Fund 2,435.84 stntrfDonations Academic Fund 1,200.00 roirflty School Tax cents on the SIOO 188,500.00 jjrnes and Forfeitures 1,894.00 I License Fees 156.75 OTHER SOURCES. State Free Book Fund: White Schools $8,179.72 Colored Schools 1,319.09 q gj Rebate on Old Books, Ginn & Co 500.00 Rebate on Old Books, Wm. J. C. Du lany Co 560.76 Old School House per Commissioner Wilson 250.00 Tuition Fees paid by pupils from other counties 296.15 : Error—Cancelled Cheek fa'vor Eichel berger, paid in the award 75.00 | $260,619.32 ALBERT S. COOK, Secretary. Per J. T. H. l^liscjcXXatXjeDus. OF ELECTION. In Pursuance of Chapter 202, Section 13, of the Act of 1896, the Supervisors of Elections of Baltimore County, Pub lish the Following Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of Baltimore county that an election will be held in the several Precincts and Election Districts of Baltimore county. On the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, 1000, it being the Oth day of said month, AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES, VIZ: First District— First Precinct—At NcwburgHall, Catons ville. Second Precinct—At Henry Lauman’s Gray’s. Third Precinct—At Odd Fellows’ Hall, Dickeyville. Fourth Precinct—At J. J. Pilert’s, Freder ick Turnpike. Second District — First Precinct—A t Harrisonville II a 11, Harrisonville. Second Precinct—At W. F. Piel’s Store. Third District— First Precinct—At Engine House, Mount Washington. Second Precinct—At Engine House, Ar lington. Third Precinct—At Odd Fellows’ Hall, Pikesville. Fourth District— First Precinct—At J. D. Fisher’s Resi dence, Reisterstown. Second Precinct—At Townsend Hall.Glyn don. Fifth District— At the White House. Sixth District — At Nelson N. Norris’ Store, Middletown. Seventh District— First Precinct—At James F. Almony’s, (Sampson’s.) Second Precinct—At Mrs. Peter Hunter’s, Wiseburg. Eighth District — First Precinct—At Odd Fellows’ Hall. Cockeysville. Second Precinct —At J. C. Parks', Timo nium. • Third Precinct—At Williams’, Pricevillo. TlTSnnUilrli.l- First Precinct—At Engine House, Go- Second Precinct—At 416 Roland Avenue, at Terminus of Roland Park Cars. Third Precinct—At T. C. Linzey’s.Towson. Fourth Precinct—At Grange Hall, Towson. Fifth Precinct—At J. A. Matthews’, Falls Road and Lake Avenue. Tenth District— First Precinct—At T. M. Pearce’s, Manor. Second Precinct—At Wesley’s Hall,Sunny brook. Eleventh District — First Precinct—At the residence of John T. Ambrose, near Ady’s Hotel. Second Precinct—At Julius Wildt’s Store, Belair road. Third Precinct—At the Casino,Upper Falls. The el fill Destrict — First Precinct—At Second avenue and Clin ton street. Second Precinct—At 330 Clinton street, near O’Donnell street. Third Precinct—At Dotterweid’s Barber Shop, Foster avenue near Clinton street. Fourth Precinct —At Zorn’s Hall, Third street near Gough street. Fifth Precinct—At Mrs. Sompey’s, Hom bergville. Thirteenth District— First Precinct—At Ludwig Nagle’s, Hulls ville. Second Precinct—At Columbian Hall, St. Denis. Fourteenth District— First Precinct—At John Brautigam’s, Gar denville. Second Precinct—At August Dumer’s, Fullerton. Third Precinct—At Harry Vollmer’s Dwelling, Orangeville. Fifteenth District — First Precinct—At Scottish Hall. Second Precinct—At Toll-Gate House, Eastern avenue. Third Precinct—At Wilson’s, corner Eben czer road and Eastern avenue. For the purpose of electing Eight persons for Presidential Electors for President and Vlce-President of the United States. One person for Congress for the Second Con gressional District, including the 2d, 3d, 4tb, stb, 6th. 7th, Btb, 9th. 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th and 15th election districts. One person for Congress for the Fifth Congres sional District, including the Ist and 13th election districts. U® r ’The polls will be opened at 8 o’clock A. M. and closed at 6 o’clock P. M. WILLIAM A. SLADE, President, CHARLES H. WISE, Board of Supervisors of Elections of Baltimore County. THOMAS J. HUNTER, Clerk. Oct. 6.—te. Boarman A Lindsay and James Kelley, Attorneys, Towson and Baltimore. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Valuable Real Estate Situate in tlie Ilth District of Baltimore County, on the Koail Leading From tlie Harford Turnpike to the Belair Road. By virtue of the power and authority con ®tained in the last will and testament of JDjE Anthony Lindsay,deceased,and by vir-Y? tue of an order of the Orphans’ Court of Balti more county, the undersigned. Executor, will offer for sale at Public Auction, at the COL RT HOUSE DOOR, in Towson, on Tuesday, November 13, 1900, At 11 o’clock A. M., THE FARM SITUATE IN THE ELEVENTH DISTRICT of which said Anthony Lindsay died seized and tfESSkTSttES AND 20 PERCHES OF LAND, MORE OR LESS, IN FEE, and fully described in a deed from J. Alexander Preston, trustee, to Anthony Lindsay, dated August 3, 1866, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. H. L., No. 50. folio 33. Ac. „ About 40 acres are in a high state of cultiva tion, the balance in timber of oak. chestnut and walnut. There is also a young apple orchard on the property and a number of other fruit trees of different varieties. The improvements consist of a LARGE FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, containing 12 rooms, bank barn, wagon house, granary, stable and other necessary buildings. The title to this property is guaranteed and taxes will be adjusted to day of sale. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, one-third in six months, balance in twelve months, or all cash, at purchaser’s option, deferred payments to be secured to the satisfaction of the under signed and to bear interest from day of sale. A cash deposit of SIOO.OO will be required at time of sale. JAMES J. LINDSAY. Executor. JAMES L. NORWOOD, Auctioneer. Oct. 20.—ts. 'yy'ANTKD. FRESH COWo and BPRINGEBS, also FIFTY CHEAP HORSES, for which the highest cash price will be paid, ac cording to quality. F. P. GOODWIN, Sept. 22.—2m* Reisterstown, Md. 'yY'ANTED. A GOOD FARM HAND, white or colored; must understand gardening. Apply to FRANK X. HOOPER, Glen-Arm, Baltimore county. Oct. 20.—3 t. ): DISBURSEMENTS. Teachers’ Salaries—White Schools $160,061.35 Fuel 8,019.65 Incidental Expenses of Schools 5,451.62 Rent.... 2.914.75 Books and Stationery, less discount... 15,313.84 Building School Houses 8,214.80 Repairing School Houses 6,131.59 Furniture, Blackboards and Stoves.... 6,080.83 Salary of Secretary, Treasurer and Examiner 1,€00.00 Traveling Expenses of Secretary. Treasurer and Examiner 500.00 Salary of Assistant Examiner 1,200.00 Per Diem of School Commissioners .. 600.00 Office Expenses and Account 800k5... 499.54 Printing and Advertising 753.22 Paid to Colored Schools 24,667.08 OTHER PURPOSES. i D. H. Emory, Attorney for 1899-1900... 289.10 D. H. Emory, Attorney, Eichelberger vs. School Board 100.00 I James J. Lindsay. Attorney, Eichcl berger vs. School Board 100.00 James J. Lindsay. Attorney for 1900... 25.00 Rent of Office 200.00 Janitor..... 95.15 Annual Examination Expenses 107.75 Teachers’lnstitute Expenses 280.15 Extra Clerical Help 152.00 Recording Deed 1.50 Court Costs, Eichelberger vs. School Board 5.80 Swormstedt, Arbitrator, Eichelberger vs. School Board 50.00 Award and costs Eichelberger vs. School Board 243.25 Donations to School Libraries (white) 320.00 Donations to two bells 22.00 Donation to State Teachers’ Associa tion (white) 10.00 Tuition of Baltimore county Pupils in Harford county 198.00 Tuition of Baltimore county Pupils in Howard county, 1898-1899 423.00 Tuition of Baltimore county Pupils in Howard county, 18161 -1600 429.00 Tuition of Baltimore county Pupils in Carroll county 48.00 Certificates, Diplomas, &c„ Franklin High School 50.11 Balance Cash on hand 15,261.25 $260,019.32 THOMAS B. TODD, President. Oct. 13— 3t. gcgaX polices. M. A. McCormick, Attorney at Law, 301 Law Building, Baltimore, Md. QItDEK OF PUBLICATION. On application by petition of Michael A. Mc- Cormick for letters of administration on the estate of John T. Owens, and alleging the de cease of said John T. Owens in manner as re quired by the laws of Maryland, 1896. chapter 246, it is ordered by the Orphans’ Court for Bal timore county, this 17th day of October. 1900, that the court will proceed to grant letters of administration on the personal estate of said John T. Owens to the said Michael A. McCor mick, On the 3d day of December, 1000, next, unless cause be shown to the contrary on or be fore that day, and provided, also, that a copy of this order be published once a week for four successive weeks, fifteen days previous to the said 3d day of December, 1900, next, in one of the newspapers published in Baltimore county, warning the said John T. Owens to be and ap pear in this court, on or before the day fixed in said order, and show cause why letters of ad ministration should not be granted as prayed. MELCHOR HOSHALL, 1 ALBERT F. BRUNIEU, VJudges. LOUIS W. HELD. j True Copy-Test: HARRISON RIDER, Register of Wills for Baltimore County. Oct. 20. —st. F. J. D. Cross and. John L. G. Lee, Solici tors, B. A O. Building, Baltimore. JOHN L. G. LEE, ASSIGNEE. VS. THE CITY AND SUBURBAN REALTY IN VESTMENT COMPANY, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 3d day of October, 1900, that the sale made and reported by John L. G. Lee, Assignee, Trustee, for the salo of the prop erty described in the proceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof bo shown. On or before the 20th day of October, lOOO; Provided a copyof this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 29th day of October, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be $5,300.00 N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Oct. 6.—4 t. Richard Bernard A Son, Attorneys at Law, Central Savings Bank Building, Baltimore, Maryland. Augustus d. clemens, Jr., vs. gus- TAV W. GEISLE R, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court lor Baltimore YiuTiiityTiuia in any oioctouer.iuuu, tnat tlie saie made and reported by Alfred D. Bernard, 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 12th day of November, 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 J2th day of November, 1900. The report states the amount of sales to be $500.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Oct. 20.—4 t. fgUsjCjeXXatxjetfxts. IF. Gill Smith, Attorney, Towson, Md. ATTORNEY’S SALE —OF— A First-Class Property Near Trinity Church, Long Green Valley, and Near Morgan’s Mill, on the Old Manor Road, About One and One-Half Miles From Suinmerfleld Station on the B. &. L. K. It., in the Elev enth Election District of Baltimore County, Maryland. By virtue of the power contained in a mort em gage from J. Fielding Hinder and wife JM KM and George D. Hinder to Kate L. Hiring? der, dated 17th day ot March, A. D., 1898,and re cordcd among the Mortgage Records of Bal timore county, in Liber N. B. M., No. 204, folio 314, &c., I, as attorney named in said mort gage. will sell at Public Auction, at the COURT HOUSE DOOR, in Towsontown, on Wednesday, the 7th Day of November, A. D., 1900, At 12.30 o’clock P. M., ALL THAT SPLENDID PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE “CALLAHAN PROPERTY,” situate as aforesaid, and described in the mort gage above referred to, and also in a deed from Patrick Callahan and wife to J. Fielding Hinder and George D. Hinder, said deed dated the Bth day of July, A. D., 1891, and recorded amongthe Land Records of Baltimore county in Liber J. W. S., No. 187, folio 323, &c. Said farm con tains ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIX ACRES, 30 acres of which is in excellent timber, balance clear and in a high state of cultivation. Also, TWO QUARRY LOTS. For particular description see deed from John Yellott and wife to Walter Booth, dated 15th April, 1854, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county in Liber H. M. F„ No. 11, folio 137, Ac. EifThis farm can be divided to an advantage into TWO FARMS. The improvements consist of TWO LARGE COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSES, with pumps at the door of each; bank barn, corn house, wagon sheds and all the usual and necessary outbuildings, including ice house, Ac. There are TWO ORCHARDS of excellent fruit. Considering the location, fertility of soil, and improvements, it is seldom so desirable a prop erty is offered! for sale. Mr. George D. Hinder resides on a part of the farm and will take pleas ure in showing it to prospective purchasers. *S"The whole property will be offered and sold subject to a first mortgage of $4,500, the In terest on which is paid to September 26, 1900. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash.one-third in six months and balance In twelve months, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser or pur chasers ; credit payment to bear interest and to be secured to the satisfaction of the under signed. A cash deposit of $250 will be required as soon as the property is knocked down. *9-Taxes adjusted to day of sale. W. GILL SMITH, Attorney named in the Mortgage. SLADE & RISTEAU, Auctioneers. Oct. 13.—ts. Wm. Ewln Bonn, Attorney, 211 Courtland Street, Baltimore, and John S. Ensor, Attorney, Towscm, Maryland. TRUSTEES’ SALE —or— Desirable Dwelling, No. 302 Clinton Street* Canton, Second House South of Third Avenue. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for • Baltimore county, in equity, the un-jM dersigned. Trustees, will offer for by Public Auctioh, ON THE PREMISES, on Monday, November 12th, 1900, At 4 o’clock P. M„ ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND IN BALTI MORE COUNTY, On the east side of Clinton street. Canton, twen ty feet south of Third avenue, running south on Clinton street 15 feet with an even depth of 95 feet to an alley. This lot pays the annual rent of sls, being its portion of rent of SSO on three contiguous lots. Improved by a TWO AND A-HALF STORY BRICK DWEL LING HOUSE. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, and bal ance in two equal instalments at six and twelve months: credit payments to bear interest from day of sale and to be secured to satisfaction of Trustees, or all cash, at purchaser’s option. t2~.\ deposit of SSO will be required at time of sale. JOHN 8. ENSOft, l Trl . st „ P a RICHARD L. LEE, f lrusteeß ’ THOMAS C. BIDDISON, Auctioneer. Oct. 20.—ts. •^OTICE. The ANNUAL MEETING of the Stockholders of the FILSTON FARM OF BALTIMORE COUNTY will be held Monday, October 29th, 1000, At 4.30 P. M.. „ AT THE OFFICE OF THE UMPANY, at Glencoe, to elect officers and transact the regu lar business of the corporation. ASA B. GARDINER, Jn.. Oct. 20.—2 t. Treasurer and Manager. fglisjccXlattjejous. gHERIFF’S ELECTION NOTICE. PRESIDENTIAL and CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION, 1900. Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of Baltimore county that an election will be held in the several Precincts and Election Dist ricts of Baltimore county. On the first Tuesday after the first ATonday of November, 1000, it being the Oth day of said month, AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES, VIZ: First District. First Preeinct-AT NEWBURG HALL, CA TONSVILLE. Second Precinct—AT HENRY LAUMAN’S, GRAY’S. Third Precinct-AT ODD FELLOW’S HALL, DICKEYVILLE. Fourth Precinct—AT J. J. PILERT’S, FRED ERICK TURNPIKE. Second District. First Precinct—AT HARRISONVILLE HALL, HARRISONVILLE. Second Precinct—AT W. F. PIEL’S BTORE. Third District. First Precinct-AT ENGINE HOUISE,MOUNT WASHINGTON. Second Precinct-AT ENGINE HOUSE, AR LINGTON. Third Prccinct-AT ODD FELLOWS’ HALL, PIKESVILLE. Fourth District. First Precinct-AT J. D. FISHER’S RESI DENCE, REISTERSTOWN. Second Precinct-AT TOWNSEND HALL, GLYNDON. Fifth District. AT THE WHITE HOUSE. Sixth District. AT NELSON N. NORRIS’ STORE, MIDDLE TOWN. Seventh District. First Precinct-AT JAMES F. ALMONY’S (SAMPSON’S.) Second Precinct—AT Mrs. PETER HUN TER’S, WISEBURG. Eighth District. First Precinct—AT ODD FELLOWS’ HALL, COCKEYSVILLE. Second Precinct-AT J. C. PARKS’, TIMO NIUM. Third Precinct-AT WILLIAMS’, PUICE VILLE. Ninth District. First Precinct—AT ENGINE HOUSE, GO VANSTOWN. Second Precinct—AT 416 ROLAND AVENUE, AT TERMINUS OF ROLAND PARK CARS. Third Precinct-AT T. C. LINZEY’S. TOW SON. Fourth Precinct-AT GRANGE HALL, TOW SON. Fifth Precinct—AT J. A. MATTHEWS’. FALLS ROAD AND LAKE AVENUE. Tenth District. First Precinct-AT T. M. PEARCE’S, MANOR. Second Precinct—AT WESLEY’S HALL, SUNNYBROOK. Eleventh District. First Precinct-AT THE RESIDENCE OF JOHN T. AMBROSE. NEAR ADY’S HOTEL. Second Precinct-AT JULIUS WILDT’S STORE, BELAIR ROAD. Third Precinct—AT THE CASINO, UPPER FALLS, Twelfth District. First Precinct-AT SECOND AVENUE AND CLINTON STREET. Second Precinct-AT 330 CLINTON STREET, NEAR O’DONNELL STREET. Third Precinct-AT DOTTERWKID’S BAR BER SHOP, FOSTER AVENUE. NEAR CLIN TON STREET. Fourth Precinct-AT ZORN’S HALL, THIRD STREET, NEAR GOUGH STREET. Fifth Precinct—AT Mrs. SOMPEY’S, HOM BERGVILLE. Thirteenth District. First Precinct-AT LUDWIG NAGLE’S, HULLSVJLLE. Second Precinct—AT COLUMBIAN HALL, ST. DENIS. Fourteenth District. First Precinct-AT JOHN BRAUTIGAM’S, GARDEN VILLE. Second Precinct—AT AUGUST DUMER’S, FULLERTON. Third Precinet-AT HARRY VOLLMEU’S DWELLING, ORANGEVILLE. Fifteenth District. First Precinct-AT SCOTTISH HALL. Second Precinct—AT TOLL-GATE HOUSE EASTERN AVENUE. Third Precinct-AT WILSON’S, CORNER EBENEZEK ROAD AND EASTERN AVE NUE. For the purpose of electing EIGHT PERSONS FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. ONE PERSON FOR CONGRESS FOR THE SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. IN CLUDING THE 2D. 3D. 4TH. STH, 6TH, 7TH, BTH. 9TH. 10TH. 11TH, 12TH, 14TH ANI) 15TH ELECTION DISTRICTS. ONE PERSON FOR CONGRESS FOR THE FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DJLTRICT. IN CLUDING THE IST AND 13TH ELECTION DISTRICTS. rw'l’l.a •pr.iu will la, n r ond at 8 n'aUak A. M. and closed at 6 o’clock P. M. WILLIAM H. TODD, Sheriff of Baltimore county Notice to Hotel Keepers and all Others Who Deal In Liquors. For the information of nil persons concerned, the following Act of the Legislature passed March 24th, 1865, is published: CHAPTER 191. AN ACT prohibiting the sale of spirituous or fer mented liquors in the several counties of the State on the day of election. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That it shall not be lawful for the keeper of any hotel, tavern, store, drinking es tablishment, or any other place where liquors are sold, or for any person or persons, directly or indirectly, to sell, barter, give or dispose of any spirituous or fermented liquors, ale,beer or intoxicating drinks of any kind, on the days of election hereafter to be held in the several coun ties of the State. Sec. 2. And be it enacted. That any person vio lating the provisions of this Act snail be liable to indictment by the Grand Jury of the county where the offence is committed, and shall, upon conviction before any Judge of any of the Cir cuit Courts of this State, bo fined a sum not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars for each and every offence —one-half the fine shall be paid to the informer, the other half to the County Commissioners, for the use of pub lic roads. WILLIAM H. TODD, Oct. o.—te.] Sheriff of Baltimore county. OF VACANCIES FILLED JUDGES AND CLERKS OF ELECTIONS. Office Boakd Supehvisors of Elections ) of Baltimore County, \ Towson, Md„ October 18th, 1900. ) By virtue of the provisions of Article 33, Sec tions 7 and 10, Chapter 202, of the Acts of tho General Assembly of Maryland, passed at its January Session, 1896, notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Elections of Balti more county has appointed thefollowingnamed persons as JUDGES AND CLERKS OF ELEC TIONS, to fill vacancies in the following Elec tion Districts and Precincts: Ist District. 2d Precinct—Judge—Joseph V. Tilley, Demo crat, Illchester, Howard county, Md., vice Chas. A. Brown. 3d District. Ist Precinct—Clerk—William Disney, Repub lican, , vice William Leech. Sih District. 2d Precinct—Judge—Sterling I. Cockey. Demo crat. Timonium, in place of Bennett F. Bussey, excused. Clerks-Frank W. Emory, Democrat, Lutherville, in place of Btorling I. Cockey, ap pointed Judge; Walter Weisbrod, Republican, Lutherville, in place of John Grebb, excused. Oth District. Ist Precinct—Clerks—Arthur B. Carrick, Dem ocrat, Govanstown. in place of William B. Coch ran, excused; William J. Cooper, Republican, Govanstown, in place of Allan Williamson, ex- CUB6d. sth Precinct—Judge—Charles Miller, Republi can. , vice Horace V. Chalk. Clerks— Samuel C. Ensor. Democrat, Mt. Washington, in place of John Bailey, excuged; Charles E. Wel mon, Mt. Washington, Republican, vice Melvin 8. Seitz. 11th District. Ist Precinct—Clerk—E. J. Bell, Republican, Kingsville, vice D. A. Harlan. 12th District. Ist Precinct—Clerk—John Joseph Cotter, Dem ocrat. 702 S. Clinton street, vice Adam W. Fisher. 2d Precinct—Judge—Wm. O. Brown. Republl can, 316 Toone street, vice Joseph H. Lcßrun, I excused. 13th District. 2d Precinct—Clerk , Republican, vice Henry K. Kaiser. 14th District. Ist Precinct—Clerk—John Ditman. Republi can, Lauraville, in place of George C. Koppel man. excused. 3d Precinct—Clerk—M. P. Ebaugb, Republican, Orangeville, vice John K. Bryan. 15th District. Ist Precinct—Judges—Charles M. Snyder. De mocrat, , vice Chas. W. Stansbury; Charles Wonders, Republican, Sparrow’s Point, vice S. G. Sparks. 2d Precinct—Clerk—Joseph H. Volz, Republi can, Golden Ring, in place of John H. Gross, ex -3d Precinct—Judge—Philip G. Bramble. Dem ocrat. Chase, vice Joseph V. Newkirk. Clerk- Henry Einbaus, Democrat, Bengies, vice Wilson T. Stevens. WILLIAM A. SLADE, President, CHARLES H. WISE, THOMAS M. HILL, Board of Supervisors of Elections of Baltimore County. THOMAS J. HUNTER, Clerk. Oct. 20.—3 t. ■pURK CIDER VINEGAR. Alotof PURE CIDER VINEGAR FOR SALE in quantities to suit, low prices. WANTED. A BINGLE WHITE MAN to work in mill and creamery; one who understands saw ing lumber. Apply to B T. MONT. CORCORAN, Oct. 13.—3 t. Butler, Md. TT ANTED FROM 20 TO 100 GALLONS OF MILK DAILY, by a responsible dairy in Baltimore. First class reference will be given. Farmers producing a high grade article will address * * THE UNION, Oct. 13.—3 t Towson, Md.