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TOWSON, Md. Saturday, - February 14,1903. LONGNECKER BROS., Editors and Proprietors. $ l.BOper annum—in advance. Poet affepre paid. No subscription taken for less than six months. MARYLAND TELEPHONE-TOWSON, ft, 121. Dr. Edward Nelson, a highly respected citizen and well known dentist of Frederick, Md., died a few days ago, aged 62 years. He was a member of a prominent Maryland fami ly of that name and was a son of Judge Madi son Nelson, a leading lawyer of his day. A brick manufacturing plant, with a capac ity of 12,000,000 bricks a year, will shortly be established at Delta, on the Maryland & Penn sylvania Railroad. An extra line quality of clay is found near that town, and it is said to answer for firebrick as well as for building Mexico’s way of dealing with trusts by suppressing them by excessive decree is ap pealing to the sense of the proprieties in some Americans. That mode, however, could not be applied in the United States. Gen Diaz can, with impunity, do many sorts of things which President Roosevelt is prevented by the law from doing. In an interview in New York city a few day s ago Mr. James J. Hill, the millionaire rail road man, made the following extraordinary statement: ‘‘As labor unions killed industrial England, so they are destined to bring about a grave financial reverse in the United States, and the country is swiftly approaching that crisis. It may come in a year; it may be de ferred till the Presidential year, but it is bound to come.” Gov. Smith on Monday last appointed Mr. William J. Witzenbacher, of the Hagerstown bar, associate judge of the Fourth Judicial Cir cuit to succeed Judge Edward Stake, deceased. The new judge, who is a Democrat, is a native of Hagerstown and forty years of age. He is a graduate of the Johns nopkins University and for three years was a teacher in the Mc- Donogh School at McDonogh, Baltimore county. He was admitted to the bar in 1880. The Australian wheat crop, whose harvest is now at hand, is a failure, and the Common wealth will have to import a considerable quantity of breadstuff's. That country seems to be almost continuously afflicted with great drouths, which spread destruction over the pastoral and planting industries. But the colonies continue to grow, though not rapidly. It is not likely this condition of affairs, where the moon is always upside down, will affect our wheat market to any great extent. We have too much wheat on hand to expect the SI.OO price. In response to a direct inquiry as to whether he is a candidate or would accept the Demo cratic nomination for the Presidency next year ex-President Cleveland replied as follows to the Cincinnati Times Star : “I have received your letter of the 4th inst., asking, on behalf of the Timcs-Star, for an expression regarding my intentions as related to the next Demo cratic nomination for the Presidency. I can not possibly bring my mind to the belief that a condition or sentiment exists that makes any expression from me on the subject of the least importanccT**~- An instance of the life of germs is found in the death of Mrs. Hugh Benniker, at Hicks ville, L. I. Her husband died seven years ago of typhoid pneumonia. Recently she opened a trunk filled with his old clothing and a few days later was taken ill from the same disease. ► No limit has been set to the life of the typhoid bacillus. It is known to remain active and deadly after many years. It is a mistake to suppose that water brought to a mere boiling point insures tbedeath of the typhoid bacillus. Scientists tell us that water must actually boil ‘ for three hours before safety can be found in infected water. It is not much wonder that typhoid fever is so much dreaded when its germ will live three hours in water at the boiling point and not starve in seven years’ fasting. _ Fifty-six bank robberies are reported to have occurred in this country during the last four months. Illinoise and Nebraska report seven, Indiana five, Texas and Missouri four each, lowa, Kansas and Minnesota two each and New Mexico one. These surprisingly numerous crimes suggest a widespread bank robbing organization, and recent events tend to confirm the idea. Under the present na tional law, banks with small capital are multi plying in towns and villages. Bank-robbing gangs appear to have increased corresponding ly. The situation suggests careful precautions on the part of banks and vigilance in police and detective circles. Banks in small com munities are valuable aids to the people and the hunting down of bank robbers must be pushed vigorously. A general strike in the entire cold field, be ginning April, Ist is now hinted at as among the possibilities, says the St. Louis Globe-Demo crat. This is an atrocity for which the people of this country were not exactly prepared. They had an idea that the recent coal strike ought to have taught both sides to that fight something which would deter them in the future from such conflicts. True, the strikers were the chief losers. The operators’ injuries were trivial compared with those of the strikers, but, if the execration of their fellow-country men counts for anything, the operators ought to be ashamed to be connected with any such contest in the near future. If public opinion, acting through the state or national legisla tures, can head off this contemplated outrage of a new strike, it is time that it should begin to exert itself. Governor Mickey, of Nebraska, who is a Methodist, has ideas of his own and don’t hes itate to express them. He refused to sanction the inauguration ball when he took the oath of office, and in an address a few days ago before the State Board of Charities and Correc tions he said: “There are some things in our civilization that are breeding disaster for fu ture generations. The dance, the card game, the theatre are among those things, and the greatest joy of my life has been that I have had the courage to resist such worldly temp tations. How would I have appeared to my children had I permitted and sanctioned such things when from their infancy I have warned them against such follies. I find that the great outside world is hungering for a genesis in these things, and most of the commendations I have received for my stand in such matters have come from outside the church.” A press dispatch says the recent verdicts against the New York Central Railroad in damage suits has set the officials of that road at work to devise some method of protecting itself. With this end in vifsw it has decided to employ sixty surgeons, whose duty it will be to go at once to the scene of an accident and give aid to the injured. Each physician will he assigned to a specified section of the road. It is hoped in this way that many liyes will be saved, and very often crushed limbs, being properly attended to within a short time of their being injured, may not have to be am putated. While the burden of the expense will be large, the company thinks it will pay, for not only will they lesson the number of seriously injured, and therefore, the amount of damages which may be claimed, but they will also have their own surgeons as witnesses as a check on those who may attempt to ex > aggerate the nature of their injuries. Correspondence Baltimore County Union. “TEM” ON THE BACK. Hie Information About Telephone Mat ters Evidently at Fault. Hebbvilt.e, Md., February 15th. 1008. Messrs. Editors :—l noticed in your issue of last Saturday that your correspondent, “Tem, from this place tries to make it appear that a large majority of the property owners are opposed to the construction of the new telephone line about to be built to this place by the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. As “Tem is neither a property holder nor a resident of this place, nor has he any business interests here and represents nobody but himself, it is rather “cheeky” on his part to tell the business portion of this community what telephone service is sufficient for them. If two out of twenty or twenty-five make a ma jority, then the opposition has it, for that is the exact number of opponents, and it may be still further reduced to one. Let a few facts be given. From Scott s Level to Liberty road the line will be entirely on pri vate property and all the owners have cheerfully given the right of way. From Liberty road to Hebbville the following land owners willingly gave their consent for the line to be built along the front of their property: Messrs. Martin L. Jean, John Ilcineman, William Hohman, Lewis H. Seibel, George Loos, Conrad Reich. James B. Heisse. Albert E Kiddle, Monterey Smink. Mrs. Brandenburg. Messrs. William C. Riddle, William F. Piel. Henry R. Exmire. Adolphus Smink and Dr. A. C. Smink. Mr. Jean, who is well known as a public spirited citizen, not only gave the right of way across a field and along his road front for one-fourth of a mile, but also any trimming that may be necessary by reason or the wires passing his grove. How does this contrast with those who own but a few yards and leading in opposition ? This is “Tern’s” majority. Another statement from “Tem” is that a ’phone five minutes’ walk from the centre of the village (sic) gives sufficient service. It probably does for him, but let us see. Besides being fre quently out of order this ’phone is at least three fourths of a mile from the residence of the near est subscriber to the new line. Messrs. William C. Riddle and William F. Piel both reside moro than a mile from it. Dr. Smink’s office is one and one-fourth miles away, but Messrs. C. Frank Emmart and William E. Upton are both more than two miles distant. Rather a long five min utes’ walk. In reference to his sneering remark about three subscribers your Powhatan correspondent sufficiently refutes. This is given to show the value of his statements and no further notice will be given to any misstatements be may see fit to make. Telephone Subscriber. Hebbville, Md., February 10th, 1903. Messrs. Editors .-—I respectfully ask a little space in your valuable paper to correct a few misstatements of your correspondent “Tem,” which appeared in last week’s Union. I refer only to that portion of his communication in which he attacks the telephone line about to be erected at this place. Why he should make such statements, being neither a taxpayer or a resi dent, it is difficult to see. The fact is that instead of the line being op posed, all the property owners, except two. have cheerfully given their consent for its construc tion and a number of them have given a right of way across their private property. Arrange ments have been made with the company by which these two will bo avoided, thereby insur ing the construction of the line. The public station of which he speaks is en tirely unsatisfactory, because it is almost always out of order. And instead of being a five min utes’ walk it is more than a mile from here and more than two miles from the residences of Mr. C. Frank Emmart and Mr. William E. Upton, and I can truthfullyaverthatonemustbesomewbat of a sprinter to cover this distance in five min utes from the home of the nearest subscriber. The persons who are getting up the line are all heavy taxpayers, with varied business interests, and know what telephone service they need without any advice from “Tem," who, according to my judgment, knows nothing whatever about it. It is a great shame that some persons who wish to pass for intelligent should be so blind to the business interest of a community like this to oppose such a public improvement as the tel ephone service, which is everywhere recognized as a public necessity. And while we have a very pretty little villagethereareothercommunities where lar more time and money are spent on beautifying homes and where the people are progressive enough to realize the inconvenience of being without a ’phone. In conclusion I would only say that our residents are able to manage their own afTairs. Taxpayer. ProportyTransfersln Baltimore County. —Deeds. Leases. Mortgages. Bills of Sale, etc., received for record in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Baltimore county: DEEDS. T. M. Fox and husband to Wm. Dungan et al. I. V. Teackle to Joseph Kohlhapp and wife. W. F. Pahl, executor, to M. E. Hitter. M. H. Crew and husband to Anna Kehoe. L. H. Pancoast et al. to T. M. Montgomery et al. Anna Stolka to John Lechky and wife. Levi Fishpaw and wife to E. S. C. Ridgely. D. L. Slade and wife to J. A. Slade. Belleview Land Company to W. W. Elliott. Louis Knoche to Elite Building Company. Magdalena Wilkes and husband to John Thomas and wife. Henry and William Zimmerman to H. E. Mann. I?; ?• % nnn t 0 Henry Zimmerman and wife. W. R. Townsend and wife to Lloyd Russell. K. T. Paine, Jr. et ux. to John Heinzerling. Same to W. J. Wilhelm. T. M. Fox to William Dungan. A. L. Burton et al. to M. J. Cullings. Louis Schwemmer and wife to 0. AY. Haber korn. R. R. Gosnell et al. to J. L. Gemmill. T. M. Montgomery et al. executors and trus tees, to Rebecca Bamber. Same to David Wright. C. A. Fowble to T. L. Gill and wife. A. V. Henderson et al. to E. K. Kurtz. H. E. Mann, attorney, to Erhard Erring and wife. Overlea Land Company to Dora Glyder. McLaughlin, administratrix, to M. L. Mc- A. DTTllemens to E. It. Stagmer. R. H. Woollen and wife to M. A. B. AYilliamson, executrix and trustee. R. T. Paine, Jr., et ux. to G. F. Knapp. H. H. Hubneretal. to John Grim. A. D. Linton and husband to E. B. Cresap and husband. Ludwig Sellmayer and wife to A. J. Crockett and wife. F. A. Winchester and husband to E. W. Fulton. C. McH. Howard et al. to Felix Agnus MORTGAGES. A. E. Adams et al. to AV. L. Elliott, $5,000. Charles Kotsner to W. F. Airoy, $643.75. Erhard Eyring and wife to the Germania P. L. & 8. A., $520. E. R. Stagmer to the Waverly B. A., S7BO. A. J. Crockett and wife to Canton P. B. A., $1,200. E. W. Fulton to AV. S. Thomas, guardian, $7,000. RELEASE OF MORTGAGES. Garrison Lane B. & S. A. to John Rillmere. St. Wenceslaus B. A. to Anna Stolka. T. M. Montgomery et al. to J. E. Tyler. AV. F. Airey to Cnarles Kotzner and wife. M. E. Brown and wife to F. B. Scott and wife. J. B. Taylor to F. A. Winchester. It is stated that the big railroad lines will appropriate this year the enormous sum of $270,000,000 in improvements. This assures work to thousands for many months to come. The day has passed for a season at least when a tramp has an excuse for his existence. That in course of time there will be a reaction against prevailing prosperity is most probable; but the railroads think the date for dullness is at least five years distant, and that it is better to build when they have the money than to let bad times overtake them with a tight loan market. General Grant always yielded in a sort of whimsical way to his wife’s domination of himself and his affairs. The “family” ran the household as it pleased,lwithout much ref erence to General Grant’s predilections. Once at the railway station in Galena he called the attention of a friend to a truckload of trunks ready for shipment East. "Do you see that pile ?” he asked. “That is the Grant baggage. Do you see that little black valise away up on top? That’s mine.” Mrs. Mary F. Cobb, of Russiaville, Ind., who recently passed her 101st birthday, is said to be the oldest member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She is a distant relative of William Jennings Bryan. Her father was a private and her grandfather a captain in the Revolutionary army. Only two of the 250 trees, averaging from 8 to 16 inches in diameter, transplanted on the AVorld’s Fair grounds at St. Louis, are reported to have died. If they pass through the sum mer unharmed the job of transplanting will stand as one of the most successful on record. The new president of the Western Maryland Railroad Company was in Baltimore a few days ago. He is Mr. Joseph Ramsey, Jr., who is president of the Wabash Railroad and the AVest Virginia Central Railroad, all of which are parts of the Gould system. Mr.. Willabd G. Rouse, of Belair, a well known Harford county canner and business man, was on Wednesday elected president of the Atlantic States Packing Association, the annual convention of which was held in Washington this week. On the Ist day of August, 1903, Chicago will celebrate its centennial anniversary. It will be made the occasion of a monstrous demon stration, only such as the Windy City knows how to plan and carry ont. There are now in full operation throughout this country 13,104 rural free delivery routes and on Monday 152 more will be established. By the first of March the number will have increased to 14,000. Col. Bryan has refused to accept an invita tion to the Jackson birthday banquet in Chica go because ex-President Cleveland is among those invited and expected to be present. Too bad, too bad. The’annual meeting of the International Ep worth League will be held at Detroit, Michi gan, in July next, beginning on Thursday, July 16th, and continuing over the followirg Sunday. The number of persons in the United States available for military duty is officially placed at 10,853,396. There will be no lack of men behind thp guns when an emergency arrives. i&cw ■^j^ANTErL SALES TO CLERK—LIBERAL CHARGES. Guarantee satisfaction. A share of business so licited. 8. E. SHEPPEHD, Feb. 14.—3t* Monkton. Md. JJIOR SALE. FINE BRONZE TURKEY BLERs and HENS. Also, some young ■“ HENS and PULLETS. C. PRICE, Feb. 14.—2 t Tiinonium P. 0., Md. RANTED. A AVHITE MARRIED MAN WHO IS WIL LING TO WORK and who has had some expe rience in the Dairy Business. Apply to THE UNION OFFICE, Feb. 14.—2 t Towson, Md. ANTED. A MAN ON A FARM. 12 miles from Balti more. TO RAISE VEGETABLES AND TAKE CARE OF STOCK. Married or single. Apply to 401 MARYLAND TRUST BLD’O. Feb. 14.—1 t Calvert a German Sts., Balto. VALUABLE BUSINESS CENTRE OF TOWSONTOWX AT PUBLIC SALE. jyj-ORTGAGEE’S SALE The Large Stone Building at the Southeast Corner of Turnpike and Pennsyl vania Avenue. BUILDING 33 FEET BY 52,* FEET. LOT 107 FEET BY 150 FEET. 20 ROOMS AND CELLAR. CENTRAL LOCATION FOR BUSINESS. TITLE IN FEE. For particulars, terms, &c., see Maryland Journal. Sale on Wednesday, Starch 11th, 1903, At 2 o’clock P. M. „ , W. M. ISAAC, leb. 14.—4 t Mortgagee. By Thomas C. Biddison, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Valuable Horses and Cow, Ptgs, Chickens Wagons, Farming Implements, Harness, etc., on the Belair Road, Near Gar denville. Fourteenth Election District of Baltimore County, Maryland. The undersigned, owner, about to relinquish farming and gardening, at Public Auction, ON PREMISES, situate on the Belair road, near Mliin.idT. Franklin avenue, adjoining the lands of John Henry S. Nagengast and others, in the 14th district of Baltimore county, on Monday, February 93d, 1903, At 10 o’clock A. M., All tho Following Valuable Personal Property: Two Good Horses, 1 Family Cow, 3 Pigs 50 Chickens, 1 new one or two-horse Market Wkgon 1 good two-horse Manure Wagon, 1 Cart. 1 Bugirv 1 Hay Rake, 1 Champion Mower. 1 Roller, Plows’ Harrows. Cultivators, Shove) Plows. 1 Grind stone, 1 Cross-Cut Saw, lot Market Boxes. 25 Hotbed Sash, good as new ; Hoes. Forks, Rakes Shovels, 2 sets Double Wagon Harness, 2 sets Single Harness, lot Plow Harness, Cart Harness, Collars, Bridles, Haines, lot Hay, lot, Corn, lot Shavings for bedding, lot Manure and a lot of small articles too numerous to mention TERMS OF SALE-CASH. _ EDWARD A. QUICK, Owner. Feb. 14,—ts Report of the condition —OF — The Canton National Bank, at Canton, in the State of Maryland, at the Close of Business, February C, 1903. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $437 298.05 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ’147!62 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25,000.00 Stocks, securities, etc 98 711 15 Banking house 12’000 00 Other real estate owned 2*870 95 Due from National Banks (not reserve _ ageDts) 1.047.00 Due from approved reserve agents.... 59,799 63 Notes of other National Banks 500.00 Fractional paper currenoy,nickels and cents 1,190.93 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK. VIZ : Specie $38,378.00 ?Jg g'J'g QQ Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation) 1,250.00 Due from U. S. Treasurer, other than 5 per cent, renemption fund 600.00 Total $728,793.33 „ LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in .. $100,000.00 Surplus fund 18,000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 19.785.96 National Bank notes outstanding 25,000.00 lue to other National Banks 169.25 Dividends unpaid 838 50 Individual deposits subject to check.. 561, Certified checks 3,924.86 Total $728,793.33 State of Maryland , County of Baltimore, ss: I, John W. H. Geiger, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JNO. W. H. GEIOER, Cashier day'erf February,' IHK THUS. KELL BRADFORD, Correct—Attest: Notary Public. H. J. MCGRATH. ) SAMUEL H. ROBERTS,'-Directors. B. H. LEACH, ) Feb, 14.—1 t By Slade C- Risteau, Auctioneers. CLOSING-OUT PUBLIC SALE —OF— Valuable Registered Jersey Cattle, Work Horses, Mule, Berkshire Hogs, Wagons, Farm Machinery and Implements, —AT— “Long Island Farm,” Loch Raven, Four Miles Northeast of Towson. The undersigned, having relinquished farming and quit the dairy business, will offer at Public Sale, ON HIS PREMISES, at Loch Raven, on Thursday, March Sth, 1903, At 10 o’clock A. M., The following Personal Property, viz: 12 Registered Jersey Cows, 4 Registered Jersey /fk Heifers. 3 Grade Cows, 1 Registered Jersey Bull, 18 months old. eaxM Five of these Cows wiil be fresh by March 20th. Two of the 'Uimt Heifers are springers. o"Theso Cows and Heifers are the progeny of the herd of the late Robert Moore, of "Glen more,” Baltimore county, and have been im proved from time to time by the addition of sires from the “Hampton” and “Fllston” herds. Also, 2 good Work and Farm Horses, 1 fine Mule, good leader; 1 Yearling Filly. ,y>'— ' ia> sired by one of tho best Hackneys ini a Baltimore county and out of a good brood mare of reputation; 1 Berk-**™"* 1 * shire Sow, with pig; 1 Berkshire Boar, one year old; 1 four-horse broad-tread Farm Wagon, good as new, with new Wood and Farm Body; 1 two horse Wagon, 1 Dayton or Market Wagon, 1 Buckboard, 118-foot Hay Carriage, 1 McCormick Binder, used one harvest; 1 Woods’ Mowing Ma chine, 1 Horse Rake, 1 Bickford & Huffman Grain Drill, in perfect order; 1 Sulky Cultivator, used one season: 1 Syracuse Plow, Oliver Chilled Plows, Nos. 20 and 40; 1 Syracuse Lever Spring- Tooth Harrow, in perfect condition; 1 Belle City Cutting Box, for hand or horse power, with necessary attachments; 2 sets Breechbands, 3 sets Lead Harness, good as new; 1 set Express Harness, Bridles, Collars, 4 Housens, lot Cow Chains, 1 Stoddard Churn and Butter Maker, in good order; 1 Cooler, 5 and 7-gallon Milk Cans and many other articles used on a well-stocked farm. TERMB OF SALE.—AII sumsof $20.00 and un der, cash; over $20.00 a credit of eight months will be given on notes with approved security, beariDg interest from day of sale and payable at the Towson National Bank. orEverythingo r Everything offered will positively be sold without reservation. Feb. 14.—ts THOMAS R. JENIFER. By It. C. Price, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Stock, Farm Utensils, Dairy Flxtnres, Household Effects, Ac. Also a Valuable Truck and Fruit Farm. On account of the death of my husband (the late Lewis A. Bowen.) I will sell at Public Sale, without re-jXTP serve, ON THE PREMISES/fiSt® -£sc**on Chestnut Ridge, about one mile from the road known as Broadway and Vi miles from Texas, N. C. H. R., on Monday, February 33d, 1903, At 10 o’clock A. M., The Following Stock, Farm Implements, etc.: One Black Mare, sound and gentle, work in all harness : 1 Cow, 1 Heifer, will be fresh April Ist; 1 one horse Market Wagon, nearly new ; 1 new Buckboard, 1 old Buckboard, 1 Farm Cart, good as new; 1 Water Barret on wheels, 1 Woods Mower, 1 No. 2 Sinclair Cutting Box, 1 Spring- Tooth Harrow. 1 No. 20 Oliver Chilled Plow, 1 "B” Oliver Chilled Plow, 1 Double Shovel Plow, 1 Single Shovel Plow, 2 Iron Age Cultivators, 1 Corn Planter, 1 Hay Rake. 1 Hay Knife, 1 new Cross-Cut Saw. lot Fruit Crates, lot Peach Boxes, 1 set Cart Harness, 1 set Express Harness. 2 sets Buggy Harness, several sets Plow Harness, Col lars. Bridles, Halters, IRidlDg Saddle and Bridle, nearly new; Horse Blankets, Lap Robe, small lot Corn, Potatoes, lot Seed Lima Beans, about 300 lbs. Meat, about 50 lbs. Lard, about 40 Chick ens, lot Jamestown Flour, Canned Fruit, etc. Also. Dairy Fixtures, consisting of Churn. Crocks, Jars, Scales, etc. Also, Household Fur niture. including 2 good Cook Btoves, Cooking Utensils, 4 Tables. 2 Bureaus, 2 Bedsteads. 3 Feather Beds, lot Bedding, about 50 yards Rag Carpet, 1 Corner Cupboard. 1 Diningroom Stove, lot Chairs, 1 Safe, lot Glass and Chinaware.Screen Door, Window Screens, 1 Lard Press, 1 Sausage Grinder, 2 Washing Machines, 1 Wringer. 1 new No. 10 Breechloading Gun, and many other ar ticles. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of $5.00 and under, cash; on sums over that amount a credit of eight months, purchasers giving notes, with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes made payable at Cockeysville Na tional Bank. Nothing to be removed from the premises until the terms are fully complied with. Also, at the same time and place. I will offer for sale the TRUCK AND FRUIT FARM on which I now reside, located as above described, containing about 23 ACRES CF LAND, more or less, improved by a LOG HOUSE, containing four rooms and outkitchen; Stable, Wagon House. Hen House, Dairy and other outbuild ings. There is on the property a young Pear Orchard of over 200 trees and a Peach Orchard of about 400 choice young trees; also, a variety of other fruits, such as Damsons, Plums, Cher ries, Raspberries, Currants, Ac. About four acres of woodland and the balance tillable. Two never-failing springs near the house and it is an excellent place for poultry. ... . TERMS FOR REAL ESTATE.—One-third cash, balance to be secured by mortgage, or all cash, at purchaser's option. Immediate posses sion will be given. -The Farm, if not sold, will be for rent. Mbs. VICTOKINE L. BOWEN. Feb.l4.-ts ' fjjeixr &&vnxtis&mznts. By Slade t Risteau, Auctioneers. EXECUTOR’S SALE —OF — A Snug Little Farm of Twenty-Five Acres, More or Less, in the Tenth Dis trict ; Also, a Wood Lot of Five Acres. The undersigned. Executor of the estate of • Lawrence Schnider, deceased, will sellJM at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES.onfg* Monday, March 9th, 1903, At 1 o’clock P. M„ THE FARM OF SAID DECEASED, situated inthe lOthdistrict of Baltimore county, on the public road leading from Dance’s Mill to Blenheim and Sweet Air. and about three-quar ters of a mile north of the mill, and about 4 miles from Long Green Station on the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad. The place contains TWENTY-FIVE ACRES, MORE OR LESS, all cleared except about 2 acres, and In an ex cellent state of cultivation. It is well watered and is in all respects a desiable little property. The location is accessible and the neighborhood is excellent, with ail conveniences near at hand. The improvements consist of a LOG AND FRAME HOUSE, containing seven rooms ; Bank Barn, Ac., also a WOOD LOT OF FIVE ACRES, located at Blenheim school house and about one mile distantfrom the farm. TERMS OF SALE—CASH upon the ratifica tion of the sale. cash deposit of SIOO on the farm will be required of the purchaser on day of sale, and SSO on the wood lot. JOSEPH SCHNIDER, Feb. 14.—ts Executor. PUBLIC SALE - OF Personal Property, Consisting of Horses, Mules and Cattle, Hogs, Wagons, Farm Utensils, Ac. The undersigned will sell at Public Sale ON effk THE FARM OF £ MBPL. HOWARD,aboutfour miles northwest of Cockeysville. -Voby way of the Western Run ■ U turnpike, on Thursday, February 30th, 1903, At 12 o’clock M., sharp. The Following Personal Property, viz- One Pair Mules, work in all harness, one a good leader; 1 Bay Horse, good rider and driver; 2 Black Mares, one an excellent leader; 5 ivfilk Cows, one fresh; I Yearling Bull, good stcclK 1 four or six-horse broad-tread Wagon, 7 three or four-horse broad tread Wagon, 1 Top Bmgy. 2 Hay Carriages, 1 Wagon Bed, 1 DeerUg Binder, 2 Deering Mowers, one of them goo* as new; 1 Deering Horse Rake, 1 Land Roller 2 Grain Cra dles, 1 Grain Fan. 1 Double Row Cera Planter, 3 Furrow Plows, 1 Spring-Tooth Ha-row, 1 Spike- Tooth Harrow. 4 Double Shovel ?lows. 1 Corn Worker, 1 Grain Drill, 2 Cultivators, 1 Single Shovel Plow, 4 sets Lead Harness 3 sets Breech bands 2 sets Single Harness, 1 Vagon Saddle, Housens, lot choice Seed Potatois, lot Corn by the barrel and many articles teo numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE.—AH suns of $lO and under, cash; over that amount a credit of six months, purchasers giving not?s with satisfac tory security, bearing interesttrom day of sale. Notes made payable at the Cocleysvilie National Bank. Nothing to be removec from the premi ses until the terms of sale arecomplied with. Feb. 14.—ts* RICHARD HOWARD. By George A, Cairnes, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Mules, Horses, Cows, Heifers, Hogs,Wagons, A grlcnltnral Implements, Harness, Corn, Hay. etc. . The subscriber, intending to relinquish farm- A&k ing, will sell at Public tion, ON THE FIRM OF#9EIEB W“T>Mrs. AGNES EMORY, on jfl* Jarrettsville turnpike, be- atomrV tween Taylor and Jacksonville, on Thursday, February 36th, 1903, At 10 o’clock A. m., sharp, The Following Personal Property; One pair fine Gray Mules, both good leaders; 1 large Black Mule, 1 large Sorrel Horse, 1 Gray Horse, 1 Black Mare, good driver or worker; 1 young Bay Horse, good driver; 1 young Bay Mare, fine driver; 1 3-year old Colt, unbroken; 23 head of Milk Cows, some will be fresh by day of sale; 3 Heifers, 2 Sows, one will farrow be fore sale, the other in April; X 4-horse broad tread Wagon, 1 two or three-horse Wagon, near ly new; 1 large Hay Carriage, 1 Milk Wagon. 1 Buggy, 1 Runabout, nearly new; Deering Bin der, McCormick Mower, Horse Rake, Bickford & Huffman Grain Drill, 2 Oliver Chilled Plows, 1 19-tooth Spring Tooth Harrow, 2 Double Corn Workers, 5 Milk Cans, 2sets heavy Breechbands, 5 sets Lead Harness, 2 sets light Single Harness, Halters, Bridles, Collars, Lead Line. Wagon Saddle, Breast Chains, Butt Chains. Fifth Chain and Spreaders, Triple Tree, Double Trees and many other articles not enumerated. Also, Corn by the barrel, Timothy Hya by the ton. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of $lO and under, cash ; sums over that amount a credit of ten months will be given, purchasers giving notes with security approved by the auctioneer, and payable at the Harford National Bank of Belair and bearing interest from day of sale. tSU'tio goods to be removed until these con ditions are complied with. „ JAMES V. LACEY. GEORGE A. CAIRNES, Auctioneer. Feb. 14.—ts By James L. Norwood, Auctioneer, PUBLIC SALE —OF— Fersonal Property, Consisting of Horses and Cows, Hogs, Farm Utensils, etc. The undersigned, being about to relinquish faxoiituc. -gIU-f-J the farm of the late Peter Jpw •AS©**"*'Kelley, situate about one- itasM half-mile northwest from Kingsville, on the Baltimore and Jerusalem turnpike road, in Bal timore county, on Thursday, February 36th, 1903, At 12 o’clock M., The Following Personal Property, viz: One Gray Horse, 1 Black Mare, both good work ers and drivers: 1 Bay Mare, good worker; 4 Milch Cows, 3 will be fresh by April Ist; 1 Brood Sow and Pigs, 50 Hens, 1 one-horse Market Wag on, 2 Dayton Wagons. 1 Road Cart, 1 two-horse Farm Wagon and Hay Carriage, 1 Buckeye Mower, nearly new; 1 Grain Fan, 1 Horse Hake, 1 Spring-Tooth Harrow, 2 Cultivators, 1 No. 43 Roland Chilled Plow, 1 No. 20 Oliver Chilled Plow, 1 Gale Plow, 1 Oliver Chilled Row Plow, Double and Single Trees, 2 sets Single Harness, 1 set Double Harness, 4 sets Plow Harness, Col lars. Bridles. Halters, Cow Chains, Log Chains, Forks, Shovels, Mattock, Pick,Maul and Wedges, Axes. Cutting Box. lot Barrels and Tubs, lot Old Iron, Chicken Wire, Corn Fodder by the Bundle, etc. Also Household and Kitchen Fur niture, including 1 Grand Conway Cook Stove, No. 8. used a short time; 1 No. 7 Range. 1 Dining room Stove, 1 Bedroom Stove, 2 Diningroom Tables, 2 Kitchen Tables, Chairs, Lounges, China Closet, 1 Singer Sewing Machine, 1 Bedroom Set, Bedsteads, Beds, Pillows, Bolsters, Washstands, Carpets, Mattings, Dishes, Glassware and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of $lO and under, cash; all sums over that amount a credit of nine months will be given, purchasers giving their notes, with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. to be removed from the premises until settled for. FRANK TRAINOR, Owner. Feb. 14.—ts By Charles H. Isennock, Auctioneer, PUBLIC SALE —OF— Horses and Cows, Brood Sow, Wagons, Farming Utensils, Harness, Dairy Fixtures, Etc. The undersigned, having rented his farm and intending to abandon farm-*Maiß ing, will sell at Public Sale.WELlJfl THE PREMISES, on JTTt the Jarrettsville about one mile south of Sunnybrook and about three miles from Meredith’s Ford Bridge, on Thursday, March Sth, 1903, At 12 o’clock M., sharp. The Following Personal Property, viz: Two Good Work Horses, 4 Cows, some will soon be fresh; 1 Large Brood Sow, 1 four-horse broad tread Wagon, 1 Wagon Body and Hay Carriage, 1 Stone Bed, 1 one or two-horse Spring Wagon, with Polo and Shafts; 1 Horse Cart, 1 Hoad Cart, 1 Champion Binder, 1 Champion Mower, 1 Tiger Horse Rake, 1 Corn Marker, 1 Roller. 1 Spring- Tooth Harrow, 1 “AA” Harrow. 1 Hinge Har row, 2 No. 40 left-hand Oliver Chilled Plows, 2 Iron Age Cultivators, 1 Single Shovel Plow, 2 Double Shovel Plows. 1 large Sled, 1 Sleigh and Bells, 1 Grain Fan. Triple, Double and Single Trees. 1 Spreader. 1 Jockey Stick, Pick, Crow bar, Forks, Rakes, Mattocks, Stone Hammer, Log Chains, Cow Chains. Butt and Breast Chains, 1 Rough Lock. 1 Cross-Cut Saw. 2 sets Breech bands. 1 set Buggy Harness. 1 set Cart Harness, Plow Harness, Housens, Lead Line, Wagon Sad dle, Riding Saddle. Bridles, Halters. Collars, lot Old Iron, 2 bbls. good Vinegar, lot Timothy Hay, Clover Hay, Corn Fodder, lot Corn and Oats, lot Onion Sets and Seed Potatoes, etc. Also, Diflry Fixtures, including 1 four-can Stoddard Cream ery, 1 Butter Worker, 1 Churn, 2 Butter Boxes, 1 Butter Print. 3 three-gallon Jars, lot one-gal lon Jars, 2 Butter Coolers, etc. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of $lO and under, cash ; on sums over that amount a credit of eight months, purchasers giving notes with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes made payable at the Old Town Na tional Bank, Baltimore. Nothing to be removed from the premises until the terms are complied with. HENRY BROWN, Sr. Feb. 14.—ts CARDEN OjjjJßO FARM OhbUu EXTRA EARLY. TRUE ALASKA, FIRST AND BEST, TRIUMPH, MARROW PEAS. Beans, Beets, Tomato, Egg Plant, Pepper, Cabbage, And All Other Seeds. mwSend for Illustrated Catalogue .“g.* D. MARKLEY SUPPLY CO., Harford Road, Lauraville, Md. —WE SELL THE BEST WASHING MACHINE MADE CALL AND SEE IT. Feb. 14.—1 y Ueixr FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, from 9100 upward. Apply to ANDREW GIBSON, Feb. 14.—3m] Fork, Baltimore County, Md. BREEDS BARRED ROCKS^EXCLUSIVELY. -EGGS FROM OUR PRIZE WINNERS— 53.00 per 13. —EGGS FROM THE RUN OF THE FLOCK— SI.OO per 13; $5.00 per 100. Our Birds are better tills year than ever. *CALL AND SEE THEM. JOSEPH PHIPPS, Manager, Towson, Md. Feb. 14.—8 t James Kelley, Attorney, Towson, Md. EXECUTOR’S SALE -or- Valuable Farm in the Eleventh Election I District of Baltimore County, Situate About One-Half Mile North west From Kingsville, on the Baltimore and Jerusalem Turnpike Koad, and About One Mile Southeast of Fork, on the Harford Turnpike Koad. By virtue of the power contained in the last /Sh will and testament of Peter Kelley.late®* Hjlilof Baltimore county deceased, dated September 2d, 1891, and of record in the office of the Register of Wills for Baltimore county, in Liber B. W. A , No. 9. folio 381, &c., the under signed. Executor, will offer at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, on Thursday, the 36th day of February, 1903, At 12 o’clock M., ALL THAT FARM AND PREMISES UPON WHICH THE SAID PETER KELLEY RE SIDED AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH AND ADJOINING THE LAND OF JOSEPH H. GORBUCH, ED WARD J. BELL, CHARLES O. HOLLAND AND OTH ERS, CONSIST IN G OF TWO TRACTS CONTAINING SEVENTY-EIGHT AND THREE-FOURTH ACRES OF LAND. MORE OR LESS. . First Parcei,—Being all that parcel of land which by deed dated November 13th. 1866, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. H. L., No. 51, folio 95. &c., was conveyed by Thomas B. Gorsuch, Adminis trator. to said Peter Kelley, containing 50 acres of land, more or less. Second Parcei.—Being same land which by deed dated September 18th, 1875, and recorded among the Land Records of said Baltimore county, in Liber J. 8.. No. 93, folio 596, &c., was grantod and conveyed by David G. Mclntosh et al.. Trustees, to said Peter Kelley, containing 25% acres of land, more or less. Improved by a GOOD SUBSTANTIAL STONE AND FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, Containing 8 rooms ; large Frame Barn, with stone basement; Corn House and Wagon House, Stone Dairy and Tenant House and other neces sary outbuildings; anduponsaid premises there is a largo apple orchard and a good selection of other fruit trees. About 60 acres of said land is under cultivation and productive, the balance well timbered with chestnut, oak and hickory. This property is convenient to mills, schools, churches and postoffices. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash upon rati fication of sale, one- third in 6 months and balance in 12 months, credit payments to bear interest from day of sale and to bo secured to the satis faction of the undersigned, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. 4@*A cash deposit of $150.00 will be required of the purchaser when the property is knocked down by the Auctioneer. JAMES KELLEY, Executor. JAMES L. NORWOOD, Auctioneer. Feb. 7.—ts By Robert J. White, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Horses, Cows ami Bulls, Wagons, Farm Tools, Furniture and Everything Else Contained in the 6-Mile House, Harford Turnpike. The undersigned, having relinquished the hotel business at the 6-Mile<MM| House, Harford turnpike. PwaKyU ' will sell at Public Sale, ON jT® 1 THE PREMISES, on Wednesday, February 18th, 1903, At 11 o’clock A. M., regardless of weather. The following Personal Property, viz: One Bay Horse, 10 years old, safe driver; 1 Brown Mare, about 7 years old, sound and a safe driver, can trot in 2:45; 5 Fresh Jersey Cows, 2 Jersey Bulls, 2 years old; 1 Top Buggy, with Pole and Shafts, in good order; 1 new One Man No-Top Buggy, in good order : 1 Dearborn Wagon, 1 St. Elmo Cart, 1 ono-hors* Manure Wagon. 2 Wagons for hauling calves; 1 one-horse Basket Sleigh and string of Bells; Plows, Cultivators, Forks, Mattocks, Shovels, Rakes, Cow Chains, 1 set Dou ble Harness, hand-made and good as new; 3 sets Single Harness, Halters, 2 Riding Saddles, 12 cords Oak Wood, sawed in stove lengths; 5 doz. Chickens, etc. A Iso. the Furniture contained in the Hotel, consisting in part of Bedroom Sets, Bureaus, Chairs, Tables, Extension Dining Ta bles, set Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Excelsior Cook Stove, 2 Parlor Stoves, good as new; Kitch en Safe, Milk Crocks, Pans, Kettles, Dishes of all kinds and a variety of other articles to be found housekeeping. TERMS OF SALE.—Sums of $lO and under, cash; over that amount a eredit of six months will be given, purchasers giving notes, with ap proved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes to be made payable at the Old Town National Bank, Baltimore. Nothing to be re moved from the premises until terms are com plied with. f3?™Sale peremptory^. SHADRACH LUKE STREETT. FRANK KILCHENSTEIN, Clerk. Feb. 7.—ts By Janies L. Norwood, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Work and Driving Horses, Cattle, Farm Wagons, Light Vehicles, Farming Implements, etc., etc. The undersigned, intending to relinquish farm ing, will sell at Public Sale, THE FARM OF Dr. A-WaggS S. BALDWIN, Baldwin Sta ii * 1 tion, Maryland and Penn sylvanla Railroad, on Monday, February 93d, 1903, At 12 o’clock M., The following Personal Property, viz: Two Bay Mares, weigh 1,350 lbs. each, good workers anywhere; 1 la.ge Sorrel Horse, good worker or driver; 1 good Black Brood Mare, well bred, good worker or driver; 1 young Mare, by Judge Fisher, 2:14,5 years old, very speedy, would make a fast one with little handling; 1 two-year old Sherman Morgan Gelding, 4 young Jersey Close Springers, 2 Heifers. 3 young Stock Bulls, 1 fine Fresh Cow, 1 two-horse Farm Wagon and Bed for same, will carry 3,500 lbs.; 1 two-horse Market Wagon, in good running order, will carry 3,500 lbs.; 1 Runabout, good as new: 1 St. Elmo Cart, 1 Top Buggy, 1 Light Buggy Pole, 1 Mc- Cormick Mower, used one season; 1 one-horse Tread Power and Cutting Box.l two-horse Roller, 1 two-horse Sulky Cultivator,l two-horse Spring- Tooth Harrow, 1 Wood-Frame Harrow, 2 Oliver Chilled Plows, several Single Cultivators, 2 sets Wagon Breechbands, only used one season, hand made; Lead Harness,only used ono season, hand made; 2 sets Single Harness, Collars and Bridles, Work Collars and Bridles, 1 pair Cattle or Wagon Scales, weigh 4 tons; 1 40-foot Extension Ladder and numerous other articles. TERMS OF SALE.—Allsumsot'sloandunder, cash; over that amount a credit of eight months will bo given, purchasers giving their notes, with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes made payable at the Old Town National Bank of Baltimore. CLARENCE BALDWIN. Feb. 7.—ts* Reifsnider C Grimes, Attorneys at Law, Westminster, Md. OF MORTGAGEE’S SALE. By virtue of the power contained in a mort fgage from Thomas Carroll and wife to Sßtjt John T. Merkel, dated January lst,*sc* , recorded among the Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. W. S., No. 146, folio 394. &c., and duly assigned to the undersigned, I will sell at Public Sale. AT TOWNSEND HALL, in Glyndon, Baltimore county, Mary land, on Saturday, February 38th, 1903, At 2 o’clock P. M., ALL THAT LOT OR PARCEL OF LAND conveyed by said mortgage, containing 2 ACRES AND I ROOD, MORE OR LESS. The improvements thereon are a TWO-STORY LOG AND WEATHERBOARD ED DWELLING HOUSE AND STABLE. Well of water with pump near the house. Also a variety of fruit trees on the premises. This property is about one-half mile east from Glyndon, on the road leading from St. George’s Station, Western Maryland Railroad, to Wor thington Valiev, is in the 4th Election district of Baltimore county. Md., and adjoins the land of Mrs. Conrad. Dr. I). Holly Smith and others. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash on the day of sale, and the residue in cash on the ratifica tion of tho sale, or all cash, at the option of the purchasei. CHA "j ILEB T REIFSNIDER, Assignee of Mortgagee. Feb. 7.—ts T> ARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS. SELLING OFF AT COST. Having rented my Store and intending to give possession May Ist, 1903,1 WILL DISPOSE OF THE REMAINING STOCK ON HAND AT COST. It embraces a full line of such goods as are usually found in A WELL CONDUCTED COUNTRY STORE. The public is requested to call and examine the same. GEORGE R. MOWELL, Feb. 7.—tf Glencoe, N. C. R. R. -piGS FOR SALE. Y""~ Fine lot of QRADeITeRKSHIRE PIGS for sale. Apply to WILLIAM B. COCKEY, Garrison Farm. Pikesville, Md. Feb. 2.—tf TJIOR RENT ON SHAKES. FARM OF 119 ACRES, In Dulany’s near Meredith’s Ford bridge. Stone tenant house and necessary outbuildings. Reference. T. J. MANN. Bosley P. 0., Baltimore County, Md. Oct. 4.—tf. -J7IOR SALE CHEAP. THREE CYPHERS 220-EGG INCUBATORS; used one season only; good as new. Can be seen at 812 N. FREMONT AVENUE. Feb. 7.-3t* Baltimore, Md. pixscjcHaneouß. By Charles 11. Isennoek, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE —OF— II orses, Mules, Cows, Heifers, Hogs, Wagons, Canning Machinery and Implements, Harness, Chickens. Growing Wheat, Hay, Fodder, &c. The undersigned, intending to relinquish farm ing. will sell at Public Sale, ffSSgL. on THE WINDSOKFARM.J^O® w’A lon tlle Jarrettsville turn- five miles northeast of Towson, near Meredith’s Ford Bridge, Dulany's Valley, on Wednesday, February 25th, 1903, Commencing at nine o’clock A. M., sharp. The following Personal Property, viz: One Bay Horse, 6 years old, by Bed Robert, a good driver and gentle: 1 Sorrel Mare, 7 vears old, a fine stepper and suitable for ladies; I Black Mare, 9 years old. weighineabout 1,200 lbs , a good worker; 1 Gray Mare, 9 years old, weighing about 1,400 lbs., works in all harness; 4 young Mules, 6 years old, weighing about 1,050 lbs. each, 2of them good leaders; 1 Sorrel Cabash Colt, 2 years old ; 1 two-year-old French Coacher. 1 Yearling Cabash Colt, 15 Milk Cows. 9 fresh bv day of sale; 3 two-year-old Heifers, with calf; '3 Yearling Heifers. 1 three-year-old Holstein and Guernsey Buil. 1 Shorthorn Durham Bull,2years old ; 3 Yearling Steers, 4 large Berkshire and Poland Chinn Sows, will farrow by day of sale; 2 Sows, will farrow about April Ist; 1 large Berkshire Bear, 27 Shoats, weighing about 100 lbs. each; 11 Pigs, 2 months old by day of sale; 1 Studebaber Wagon, capacity 6 tons; 1 large Wagon with Bed, capacity 5 tons; 1 hand-made Wagon, capacity 3 tons ; 1 Stone and Wood Bed, good as new; 1 20-foot Hay Carriage. 2 18 foot Beds, good as new; 1 extra heavy Horse Cart, 1 two-seat Dayton, in good order; 1 Osborne Binder, 7-foot cut, used but one season; 1 Deer ing Binder, nearly new; 1 McCormick Mower, nearly new; 1 Deering Mower, in good order; 1 Osborne Horse Bake, 10-foot sweep, for 1 or 2 horses; 1 Corn Worker, J. H. Albright & Son, manufacturers; 1 Junior Corn Worker, latest improved; 1 Harrow and Cultivator combined, good as new; 1 Bickford & Huffman Drill, good as new; 1 Land Holler, good as new; 1 Lever Spring-Tooth Harrow, 2 Syracuse Plows, No. 97. good as new; 1 Oliver Chilled Plow, No. 40; 2 Iron Shovel Plows. 1 Iron Age Cultivator. 1 Sin gle Shovel Plow, 1 Evans Corn Planter, with ex tra quantity of wire: 1 Double Harpoon Hay Fork, with 190 feet of Hope and 5 good Pulleys: 1 Dealy Row Separator, Baby No. 2, used but one season : 1 Fifth Chain, 2 Spreaders. 2 sets Breast Chains, 4 Log Chains. Single and Double Trees, 1 large four-horse Double Trees, 2 Triple Trees, 8 Double Trees, 1 Grain Cradle, 1 Grindstone, 3 Scythes, Forks, Mattocks. Shovels, Picks, 350 feet Chicken Wire. 2 Scoop Shovels, 15 Cow Chains, 4 five-gallon Milk Cans. 8 Cooling Cans and a large collection of other articles unnecessary to enu merate. Also, 2 sets Breechbands.good as new; 6 good Housens. (5 sets Lead Harness, good as new; 8 Blind Bridles. 1 Wagon Saddle. Lead Lines for 0 horses. Halters, 8 good Collars, 1 Riding Saddle, etc. Also, lot Clover and Timo thy Hay, lot Fodder by the bundle, Corn by the barrel and 81 acres of Wheat in the ground. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of S2O and under, cash ; on sums over that amount q credit of nine months, purchasers giving their notes, with se curity satisfactory to the undersigned, notes bearing interest from day of sale and made pay able at the Towson National Bank. Nothing to be removed from the premises until the terms are fully complied with. PELTZER BROTHERS. Feb. 7.—ts Ity Charles 11. Isennocli, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALK —OP— Horses ami Cows. Wagons, Farm Imple ments, Dairy Fixtures and Household Furniture, Also a Farm of Fifty Acres, More or Less. The undersigned, Executors of the estate of Afk the late George Lins, ■reroM _ ceased, will sell at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, >7*%® -tic*™situated at Blenheim Post- ■"> office, 10th district of Baltimore county, on Tuesday, February 17th, 1903, At 10 o’clock A. M„ The Following Personal Property, viz: One line Driving Mare, 6 years old: 2 good Horses, work in all harness; 7 good Milk Cows, some will be fresh by day of sale; 1 broad tread Farm Wagon, capacity 5,000 lbs.; 1 one horse Farm Wagon, 2 three-spring Market Wagons, 1 16 foot Hay Carriage, 1 Champion Binder, 1 Champion Mower, 1 Self-Dump Horse Rake, 1 Bickford & Huffman Grain Drill, 3 Oliver Chilled Plows, Nos. 10, 20 and 40; 1 18-Spring- Tooth Harrow, 1 20 and 1 40-Spike-Tooth Har row, 1 Field Roller, 3 Cultivators, 2 Double and 2 Single Shovel Plows, 1 Grain Fan, 1 Cutting Box, 1 Grain Cradle, Single, Double and Triple Trees, Log Chains, Cow Chains. Axes, Picks, Shovels, Mattocks, Forks, Scythes, Spreader, 2 sets Breechbands, 1 set Express Harness,Bridles, Collars, Halters, 1 string Sleigh Bells, 70 Chick ens, lot Carpenter Tools, I bbl. Vinegar, lot Hay, lot Dairy Fixtures, 1 Davis Swing Churn, 1 Reed Butter Worker, 1 Lever Butter Print, lot Crock ery, lot Household and Kitchen Furniture, etc. Also, 10 acres of Wheat in the ground. Also one new Davis Sewing Machine. TERMS OF SALE.—AII sums of sloand under, cash ; all sums over that amount acredit of nine months will be given, purchasers giving their notes, with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes made payable at Tow son National Bank. Nothing to be removed until terms of sale are fully complied with. On the same date and at the same place will jfn be sold, at 12 o’clock M. sharp, A FARM HiiiOF FIFTY ACRES, more or less, at.ed on the road leading from Blenheim Post office to Chestnut Grove, adjoining the lands of George Momberger, Charles E. Weakley and others. This farm is improved by a FRAME DWELLING jA lA# •*’ • •->, X 1 sMMBAaAtA# About 45 acres in high state of cultivation, bal ance in fine growing timber. Fruit of all kinds and a stream of water flowing through the place. TERMS OF SALE,—One-third cash, balance in six or twelve months; the credit payment can remain on place, secured by mortgage, bear ing interest from day of sale, of all cash, at the option of purchaser. JOHN C. LINS, WILLIAM F. LINS, Feb. 7.—ts Executors. By Slade it' Histe.au, Auctioneers. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Personal Property, Consisting of Horses and Cows, Wagons, Farm Machinery, Implements, Harness, etc. The undersigned, intending to quit farming, aWSI will sell at Public Sale, ON mba THE PREMISES OFW|SI THOMAS C. BOSLEY, on JCTMI -SSo*'the Western Run turnpike, ■■ '■ about three and one-half miles north of Cock eysville, on Tuesday, February 24th, 1903, Afc 12 o’clock M. The Following Personal Property, viz: One large Black Brood Mare. 2 large Grey Horses, one a good leader; 1 Bay Horse, a good driver and worker, about 9 years old; 1 Dark Iron Grey Horse, 6 years old. will work in all harness; 1 Bay Colt, 1 year old; 4 good Milk Cows, one of them fresh, others will be fresh by day of sale; 1 Holstein Bull, IX years old; 1 Jersey Bull, 2 years old; 1 large Brood Sow, 1 4 or 6-horse Acme Wagon, used but very little; 1 4 or 6 Horse Brown Wagon, in good condition ; 1 Broad-Tread Wagon, 2 good Hay Carriages, one 18 feet and the other 19 feet long; 1 Stone Bed, 1 Deering Binder, good as new ; 1 McCor mick Mower, good as new; 1 Osborne Mower, 1 Bickford & Huffman Grain Drill, 1 Horse Rake, 1 large Field Roller, 1 Corn Worker, 1 Corn Marker, 1 Syracuse Furrow Plow. No. 97; 1 Oli ver Chilled Plow, No. 40, left hand; 3 Iron Double Shovel Plows. 1 Single Shovel Plow, 1 Spring-Tooth Harrow, 1 Corn Coverer, 2 sets Breechbands, 3 sets Lead Harness, 6 Blind Bri dles, 6 Collars, 6 Housens, Wagon Saddle. Lead Line, Check Rein, Choke Straps, set of Plow Harness, 5 Head Halters, lot of Hay Forks, Mattocks, Shovels, Hoes, etc., 1 Fifth Chain and Spreader, 2 Triple Trees, 3 Double Trees, lot of Single Trees. 1 largo Log Chain, 2 Jockey Sticks, 1 Grain Cradle, 1 Bramble Scythe, 1 Hay Cover, 2 Rail Bolsters, about 50 barrels of Corn, lot of Seed Potatoes, and many other articles too nu merous to mention. TERMS OF SALE.—Sums of $lO and under, cash: over that amopnt a credit of ten months, purchasers giving tneir notes, with approved se curity, bearing interest from day of sale. Notes payable at Cockeysville National Bank. ty No goods to be removed until terms are complied with. EVAN H. ENSOR. A. W. ENSOR, Clerk. Feb. 7.—ts. By Slade & Risteau, Auctioneers. PUBLIC SALE —OF— Horses, Cows, Wagons, Farm Utensils, &c. The undersigned, intending to quit farming and remove to the city, will mbm rfIHcLT sell at. Public Sale, ON PREMISES, known as the JJ Tf Price Farm, near Hay fields, '*■ ■ “ on the Oregon road, 2X miles west of Cockeys ville, on Wednesday, February ISth, 1903, At 12 o’clock M., The following Personal Preperty, viz: Four good Work Horses, 2 of them good drivers; 8 No. 1 Milch Cows. 2 4 horse broad-tread Wagons, 1 of them a Studebaker; Milk Cart. Farm Cart, Carriage, Buggy. Wagon Body, 16 bbls. copacity; Hay Carriage, Buckeye Binder, good as new; Johnson Mowing Machine, good as new; Osborne Rake. Bickford & Huffman Grain Drill, Grain Fan,2 left-hand Syracuse Plows.left-hand Oliver Chilled Plow, Osborne Harrow, good as new; 2 3-legged Plows. 2 Double Shovel Plows, Riding Sulky Corn Plow. Spike-Tooth Harrow, new Cut ting Box, Single Shovel Plow, set Breechbands, 2 sets Lead Harness, 4 Bridles, 4 Collars, 2 Sad dles. Plow Harness, set Double Harness, set Sin gle Harness, set Express Harness, Grain Cradle. Mowing Scythes, Picks, Shovels, Forks. Mat tocks, Hoes, Garden Rakes, lot Grain Sacks, Log, Butt. Breast and Cow Chains, Buggy Pole. Brass Kettle, large Iron Pot. 21 5-gallon Milk Cans, Milk Pots, Butter Prints, Grindstone.lot Barrels, Cross-Cut Saw, Single and Double Trees, Maul and Wedges. 10 bbls. Corn, lot Chickens, etc. Also. Household Furniture, Cook Stove, Air- Tight Wood Stove. Bedsteads. Buffets. Ice-Cream Freezer and many other articles. TERMS OF SALE.—Sums of $lO and under, cash; over that amount a credit of 8 months, purchasers giving notes, with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale. Nothing to be taken from the premises until terms are com plied with. WILLIAM C. CHILDS. Feb. 7.—ts* -VTOTICE OF MEETING. The COCK EYBVILLE PERPETUAL BGILD ING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BAL TIMORE COUNTY will hold its Annual Meet ing for the election of officers, on Thursday, February 19th, 1903, At 7 on nV'lork P M AT THE OFFICE OF H E - . BARTLESON. By order, WILLIAM H. BUCK, Jr., Jan. 17.—td Secretary. RANTED. _ " A native of Maryland who has been en- O. gaged in business in the South many years, wishes to return and buy a well improved Balti more county FARM OF FROM 100 to 200 ACRES. Will be ready to examine any that may be sub mitted about March or April next. Address, stating price and particulars, B V CASH BUYER. Care of The Union, Towson, Md. Jan.24—tf. THOROUGHBRED STALLION “RACIN ED” Winner of 40IRace6. Stake Winner at 2,3, 4 and 6-Year-Old and Sire of Stake Winners. WILL MAKE THE SEASON 0FT903 At My Farm, Near Garrison Forest Station, Green Spring Valley. full particulars, pedigree, Ac., address, iW. STEWART DIFFENDEBFFEK, Jan. 10.—4 m Garrison P. 0., Md., or 113 Commerce Street, Baltimore. | TDCD jl S Do you like best things to eat? S : v Do you desire freshness, purity and superlative quality in your groceries ? ! ► : ► Do you want reliable goods that you can depend upon as being always the same , > ) ► and such as will please particular people ? ; y ' y This can be had in Flour if you buy “MARYLAND QUEEN.” ! ► % No better Flour can be made, as it has the wheat, the mill and the milPag as ! ► ’ 4 good as can be procured. % S It is always guaranteed all right, is even in quality from one year’s eud to ! > : y another, has just the properties that make Flour that satisfies the particular ! > ' y housewife. The price is no higher than ordinary Flour. : ► ;► A great many people use “MARYLAND QUEEN” FLOUR to their entire J y satisfaction. ’ y \ ► Manufactured Only by— j; THE WILLOW MILLS, f ji Holland & O’Neal, Prop’rs, \> COCKEYSVILLE, Md. j; a&“For Sale in Towson by Lewis W. Held, “©a j! gcgal notices. William J. Peach, Attorney at Law, Towson, Md. WILLIAM .J. PEACH. ASSIGNEE. VS. I.EANDER BURGESS AND MINNIE F. BURGESS, in the Circuit Court for Bai.- timore County, in EQuiTy. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Balti more county, this 4th day of February, nine teen hundred and three, that the sale made and reported by William J. Peach, assignee, for the sale of tho property described in the pro ceedings in the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to tho contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 2d day of March, 1903 ; 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 2d day of March, 1903. The report states the amount of sales to be $1,460.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Feb. 7.—4 t Robert 11. Russey, Attorney at Law, Towson, Md. The warren permanent build ing AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BALTIMORE COUNTY VS. ANTHONY B. TITTLE AND ELIZA A. TITTLE, in the Cir cuit Court for Bai.to. County, in Equity. OUDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 28th day of Jannary. 1903, that the sale made and reported by Robert H. Bussey, Attorney 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 23d day of February, 1903 ; Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti more county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 23d day of February, 1903. The report states the amount of sales to be $125.00. N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. True Copy—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Jan. 31.—4 t Charles Pielert, Attorney at Law, 19 Daily Record Building, Baltimore City. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration c. t. a. on the estate of JAMES DIXON. 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 27th day of July, 1903; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 21st day of January, 1903. CHARLES PIELERT, Jan. 24.—4 t Administrator c. t. a. J. O. Mclntosh, Attorney,-Towson. Mrt. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration c. t. a. on the estate of MARY W. CAMPBELL, 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 3d day of August, 1903 ; 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 27th day January, 1903. ROBERT S. CORSE, Jan. 31—4t* Administrator, c. t. a. Grason it Bacon, Attorneys, Towson, Md. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri bers have obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county letters testamentary on the estate of MARGARETTA NOPPENBERGEIt, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscribers. On or before the 3d day of August, 1903 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under our hands this 28th day of January, 1903. GEORGE JESSOP, CHARLES B. NOPPENBERGER, Jan. 31.—4t* Executors. I). G. Mclntosh, Attorney, Towson, Md. 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 CAROLINE D. CORSE, late of said county, deceased. All peraons 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 3d day of August, 1903 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this 27th day of January, 1903. ROBERT 8. CORSE, Jan. 31.—4t* Administrator. D, G. Mclntosh, Attorney, Towson, Md. TO CREDITORS. "THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri bers have obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters testamentary on the estate of DEBORAH S. CORSE, 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 subscribers. On or before the 3d day of August, 1903; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. 'Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under our hands this 27th day of January, 1803. ROBERT S. CORSE, GEORGE F. CORSE, Jan. 31.—4t* Executors, I HORSES 1 MULES t 1 have at my farm 200 HEAD HORSES AND MULES. 125 head of ,T~W THE BEST MULES THAT CAN BE““*“ FOUND, weighing from 1,100 to 1.500 pounds a150.75 HEAD OF HORSES, including MATCH ED COACH TEAMS, SADDLERS & DRIVERS. LOCUST VALE STOCK FARM, Towson, Md., 4X miles from city limits. Take Towson cars, York Road Line. E. E. McCLKARY, Proprietor. C.and P. Telephone 441, Lutherville Exchange. Mar 10.’02.—1y. JJUSINE9S STAND FOR SALE. We ofler at private sale one of the best located 4&hand most complete business stands inApgt Kg this county, situated at Greenwood, 12*3P miles from Baltimore by the Harford turnpike and near Glen-Arm Station. Maryland & Penn sylvania Railroad. The buildingsareampleand in first-class condition. Mrs. C'.Reier, whoowns the property and has conducted a successful business there 36 years, desires to retire. The price is low and the terms easy. Here is a rare onnortunity for the right man. ‘ n 0.352. LONGNECKER BROS., May 17.—tf. Real Estate, Towson, Md. rjio LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE. One sum of S6OO. one stun of SBOO, one sum of $1 000. one sum of $2,000. * I,UW ’ JOHN F. GONTRUM. Attorney at Law. Towsontown, Md. May 4.—tf. _ -m yTONEY TO LOAN. I have SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAG E, in sums to suit. Apply to JOHN J. TIMANUS. Attorney at Law, Nov. 4.—tf. Piper Building, Towson, Md. Money to loan—in sums to suit. FROM SIOO UPWARDS. ROBERT H. BUSSEY, Towson, Md. Jaa. 19—tf. Residence Cockeysville. J&isccXlanemiß. ~~ <y I have constantly on hand AW IOO HORSES & MARES, To suit all purposes, from a 2:10 Trotter to a 1600-lbs. Draft Horse. ALSO, SEVERAL MARES, IN FOAL BY STANDARD-BRED HORSE. Will exchange and give difference for better ones 250 CARRIAGES of all description, FROM 10 TO 50-PASSENGER WAGONETTES AND OMNIBUSES, FIVE LARGE AND THREE CHILDREN’S HEARSES, DAYTONS, BUGGIES, DELIVERY WAGONS, LANDAUS, BROUGHAMS, VICTORIAS, DEPOT WAGONS, PONY TEAMS, BREAKS, TALLY HOS, AND 300 SETS OF SINGLE AND DOUBLE harness. ROBERT KINNEAR, 314 N. Broadway, I „ ... 315 W. Fayette Street, Baltimore. Jan. 17.—3 m TO HOLD RACES. It is this 23d day of January, in the year 1903, bv the Circuit Court for Baltimore county .order ed that the following notice of the application of the Agricultural Society of Baltimore Coun ty, a body corporate, duly incorporated, for a LICENSE TO MAKE BOOKS, SELL POOLS AND BET ON THE RESULT OF RACES to be held on the days therein named, be inserted for three successive weeks before the I6th day ot February, 1903, in some newspaper published in Baltimore county, viz: NOTICE IS HER! BY GIVEN. That the Ag ricultural Society of Baltimore County has peti tioned this Court for A LICENSE TO HOLD RACES on its grounds, situated at Timonium, on the Northern Central Railroad, in the Bth Elec tion district of Baltimore county. On the Ist, 2d, 3d, 4th and !ith of September, • 1903, With the privilege of making books, selling ;>oo]s and betting on the result of races (horse racing) A held as aforesaid, as provided by Chapter 285 of the Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1898. N. CHARLES BURKE. True copr—Test: N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk. Jan.24.—4t VIITICK TO CONTRACTORS. JEMk SEALED PROPOSA LS, addressed to ty Commissioners of Carroll county and enaoik ed “Proposals for building the abutments at d approaches to a bridge over the 1 atapseo. ot ■•a..i..i,j : ifmiOherH, AT THKIK Mb'biOK IN WESTMINSTER, Carroll county, Maryland, Until 11-o’clock A. M., Of the ltith day of February, 1903, And at that time publicly opened and read. ■BS*Plans and form of specifications and con tract may tie seen at the office of the Commis sioners in AVestminster, Maryland. The Carroll County Commissioners reserve! he right to reject any and all bids. DANIEL S. DIEHL, JACOB N. DEHOPF, DANIEL J. HESSON. Carroll County Commissioners. Test: JOHN E. MASENHELMER. Jan. 24.-td Clerk. JAROM TWO to FIVE DOI LARS PER DAY MADE AROUND HOME AMONG YOUR NEIGHBORS DURING YOUR SPARE MOMENTS. WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. EVERY FARMER AND OAVNER OF STOCK AVILL be INTERESTED. W. H. RIDDLE, 3 DAILY RECORD BUILDING, BALTIMORE, Md. Nov. 29.—3 m. JJIOR SALK OR RENT. gg Small place containing 8 ACRES AND 35 PERCHES OF LAND, on west side of York turnpike, Towson, formerly belonging to the estate of the late Jacob Wisner. Good Dwelling House, Btable and other out buildings. The land has a southern exposure and is well adapted for Truck Gardening. It would also bo an excellent place In which to conduct the buslnessof FLORIST. Convenient to both elec tric and steam railways. Apply to JAMES E. GREEN. Deo. I.—tf. Towson. Md. JVIR SALE. FOUR ACRES OF LAND, improved by an® almost new Cotltage, containing 9 rooms, bath room, with hot and cold water; stable contain ing four stalls; large carriage bouse, hen house and other necessary buildings; variety of fruit trees and forest trees, the latter providing am ple shade. Fine garden of one-half an acre; ten minutes’ drive from Towson cars, both steam and electric. The house is situated on an eleva tion ; excellent drainage and altogether an all right little home. Particulars on application to [No. 3551 LONGNECKER BROS., Feb. 7.—tr Real Estate, Towson, Md. J|OMES WANTED. GOOD HOMES IN FAMILIES are desired for SEVERAL BOYS AND GIRLS ranging in age from inlancy to 9 years. Any family willing to offer a home to a child of this ago. who will re ceive one as a member of the family and give it such care and training as will fit the child for a life of self support uud uoofulucae, is invited tu correspond with the SUPERVISORS OF CITY CHARITIES, Jan. 31. —3E City Hall, Baltimore, Md. gHOP FOR RENT. WHEELWRIGHT SHOP,on York turnpike, just south of Texas, N. C. R. R.; an old estab lished stand, one of the best in the county, known as “Anderson’s Shops.” the last tenant having occupied it for over 21 years. Apply to the Executor, BENJ. T. RIDGELY, Warren, Md., or to FRANK E. ANDERSON, Feb. 7.—3t* On the Premises. RANTED. 3Z~ A WHEELAVRIGHT to rent myshop at junc tion of Oregon road and Western Run turnpike. Apply to N. BOSLEY MERRYMAN, Clerk’s Office. Towson, Md., OR AV. D. MERRYMAN, Jan. 31.—3 t Hayflelds Farm. ■yy ANTED, By young farmer, position as SUPERINTEN DENT or OVERSEER. AVould accept subordi nate position with prospects of promotion., Best of reference. Address, “E.,” The Union Office. Towson, Md. Oct.lßeow.—tf. jpiOß SALE. 12 TONS OF PRIME HAY-6 tons mostly Clover and 6 tons mostly Timothy. G. FRANK MORGAN, Morgan’s Mill, Dulany’s Valley. Jan. 31.—3 t TO LOAN. TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS TO LOAN in sums to suit—from SIOO upward. Apply to ROBERT H. BLACKBURN. Hamilton, Baltimore county, Md. Oct. 25.— tf jyjONEY TO LOAN. IN SUMS OF SSOO AND UPWARDS, ON FIRST MORTGAGE. Apply to WILLIAM 8. KEECH, Feb. 17. —tf. Smedley Row. Towson. Md. jyj-ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES. Apply to GRASON * BACON, Ja . 18.— tf. Towson, Md.