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Correspondence Ballxmort (Jaunty Inion
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Plareon Post Supplanting Telegraph—En
graving by Telegraph—Death Teat by
X-Rays—A New Magic Mirror—The
Trouble with Saturn’s Rings—Electrical
Patents—Cooking on the Jungfrau-
Volcanic Steam for Power.
The experimental pigeon station established
at Brazzaville on the Upper Congo has proven so
satisfactory during the last year, that French
officials and geographers plan to establish a
pigeon post throughout the Congo. The first
line is to be 380 miles long, with four pigeon
houses 120 miles apart. Taken 120 miles, a bird
can return home In about tX hours. The flight
of each pigeon is to be limited to 120 miles, but
with proper distribution of birds It is calculated
that a letter can be carried 600 or TOO miles be
tween dawn and dark. The telegraph of the re
gion is made unsatisfactory by thefts of wire by
the natives and pulling up of poles by the ele
phants.
•**
In the production of engraved plates by tele
graph, Carbonelle, a Belgian, uses a picture pre
pared with thick non-conducting ink, and this i*
wound upon a revolving cylinder under a stylus
in electrical connection with the telegraph line.
The receiving cylinder is covered with some soft
metal like lead, over which is a stylus that gives
a cut varying in depth with the Intensity of the
current from the stylus. The resulting plate is
ready for the printing press without change.
•*
A new proof of death has been found by Chas.
Vaillant, a French physician in x-ray pictures.
In a radiograph of a living person the stomach
and intestines are not visible, but the stationary
condition of these organs, and possibly the de
velopment of gases, cause them to stand out
clearly in the pictures taken immediately after
death. The distinctness increases with lapse of
time after death.
***
An astonishing bending of glass under exceed
ingly small pressure has been noted by Douglas
Carnegie, an English experimenter. Coating
with collodion a silver-surface mirror on patent
plate one-twelfth of an inch thick, he held the
mirror by one of the rubber suction holders used
by photographers in varnishing plates. Inter
ference colors, in a series of concentric circles,
appeared over the suction disc as the collodion
hardened. The only explanation seemed to be
the almost lncrdiblc one that the slight suction
of the holder caused an appreciable concavity of
the glass, and this conclusion was verified by re
flecting the light of a lantern from the mirror to
a screen. In the larger reflection appeared a
brighter Interior disc, which changed position as
the bolder was moved.
Saturn’s rlngß are turned nearly edgewise to
the earth for the first time since 1891, and several
American astronomers have been studying cer
tain knots that are to be seen on what formerly
appeared smooth rings. Prof. Lowell has sug
gested that this Indicates disintegration, por
tions of the rings having fallen to the surface of
the planet. Dr. S. A. Mitchell offers the reassur
ring prediction that Saturn's rings will appear
as beautiful to our grandchildren as to us now*
and points out that Clerk Maxwell demonstrated
sixty years ago that the rings must consist of
millions of tiny satellites rotating independent
ly-finding it easy to show that there may be
crowding in some places.
***
The total number of electrical patents issued
in the world, excepting Russia, Is placed by a
German authority at about S,OOO per year, tbs
actual average for 1904 to 1906 having been 4,915.
Of these over 2.000 are Issued to citizens of the
United States, and 760 to those of Great Britain
and its colonies. Germany issues 900, about 200
of them to foreigners, and it is pointed out that
the alert German electricians gain the free use
of the bulk of foreign electrical inventions.
•**
Perhaps the most novel and interesting elec
trical kitchen in the world is that in the Jung
frau district, at a height of more than 10,000 feet
above sea level. To get fuel in this desolate re
gion is a matter of difficulty, but the engineers
have established a high-pressure electric trans
mission line, and current to do the cooking is
taken from this line. Transformers reduce the
pressure to 12S volts, about 30 kilowatts of ener
gy being required for preparing the daily food
of 120 persons. The equipment of the kitchen
includes an oven of four compartments, two be
ing 12 inches wide and two 8)4 inches. There are
also a soup kettle bolding 95 pints, two vegeta
ble boilers of 37 pints each, a large hot table on
which plates are warmed, a special potato cooker
4, and a large coffee-boiler. The various pieces of
■t apparatus are all fitted with regulators and at-
by plugs to the distribution board.
• •
The laboratory of Nature is still more efficient
than the electric furnace in the making of gems.
The artificial sapphires and rubies made in Paris
have the composition of the natural stones ex
cept in the small amount of material added for
coloring, but their differences seem to be con
siderable. The artificial sapphires are softer
than the real, lighter in weight, and they refract
the light much less brilliantly. As a source of
blue coloring, chrome was tried unsuccessfully,
/ and the process actually employed is a secret of
the sapphire-makers. The red of the artificial
rubies is given by cobalt.
***
Volcanic steam as a source of mechanical en
ergy is the novel scheme of Signor Ginori-Conti,
an Italian engineer. Steam vents in Tuscany
have been under observation for fifteen years,
and have shown discharges of great regularity,
ensuring a constant and considerable supply of
highly heated water vapor to anybody enter
prising enough to use it. A serious difficulty is
the corrosive acids with which natural steam is
charged.
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Bears the s-tf
Signature of C
jffcgstciana and gjentists.
TJK A. C. McCURDY,
BUKOEONJ)ENTIST,
TOWBON, Md.
Bx-President State Board Dental Examiners.
OBOWNS, BBIDGEB AND PORCELAIN
FILLINGS.
Officb Hours \ ®sP^m! 2M ‘
Office Call—C. AP. 'Phone, Towson 23 R.
Nov. 30—lv
H. J. BURTON,
D ENTIST
HAMILTON, BALTIMORE COUNTY. Md.
AND BRIDGE WORK
AND FILLINGS OF ALL KINDB.
C. A P. Phone, Hamilton 35.1 Dec. 7—ly
B. B. O. MABSENBUKG,
—OFFICE—
AT DRUG STORE OF
MASSENBURO A SON,
Odd Fn.no ws’ Hall., Towbok, Md
C. A P. Phone, Towson 342.
Residence—W. Pennsylvania Avenue, near
Postofflce.
Night bell and C. A P. Phone, Towson 451.
Mch.l6—lv
T\R. H. S. JARRETT,
209 WEST ALLEGANY AVENUE.
TOWSON, Md.
Office Hours—B to 10 A. m.; 6to 8 p. m.
C. A P. Phone—Towson 177. FJune I—ly
p|B. J. ROYBTON GREEN,
NORTH BALTIMORE AVENUE,
NfiABTRiniTT Church. TOWSON. Md.
Office Hours—B to 10 A. M.. and 6to 8 P. M.
C. A P. Telephone. July 13-1 1
TREES,SHRUBS
Ornamental Plants.
VEGETABLE PLANTS
-IN SEASON.—
Rnton Floral aid Norserj Co.
RIDER P. 0., Md.
June 15—It
R/rONBY TO LOAN.
I have on hand TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE
SECURITY the following sums of money :-$260,
$350, $530, S7OO, SI,OOO, $1,200. $1,500, SI,BOO, $2,500,
$3,000 and $5,000. Some of the above will be
loaned at 5X per cent.
W. GILL SMITH,
Moh. 1. —tf. Towson. Md.
•/TONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMS TO' SUIT.
JXL ROBERT H. BUSSEY,
Towson, Md.
Feb. 10.—tf Residence Cockeysville
For Infants and Children.
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SPECIAL TO NEW BEGINNERB:
.. A Conway set of Stove Fixtures consists of 3C
tfl'f, pieces guaranteed to please the best house-
Keeper. Write for pamphlet.
All kinds of Stove Repairs kept constantly in
Stock. Stove Pipe and Elbows. Tinware and
• ,<t ' Hollow-ware. Milk Cans and Dairy Supplies.
Correspondence solicited.
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Near Belalr Market, BALTIMORE, Md.
OcU9tMay4
-^DIRECTORY^
* COUNTY * OFFICIALS*-
Circuit Court.
Judges— Chief Judge, Hon. N. Charles Burke;
Associate Judges. Hon. Frank I. Duncan and
Hon. George L. Van Bibber.
State's Attorney— Robert H. Bussey.
Auditor— William Grason.
Commissioners to take Testimony and Examiners
in Equity—A. A. Piper, W. George Marley, Caleb
V. Cherbonnier.
Crier— George W. Seipp.
Interpreter and Bailiff— Julius Rudiger.
Bailiffs— Tobias C. Linzey, Jacob B. Wilhelm.
Stenographer—J. Maurice Watkins Jr
Terms of Court.
Law and Criminal—lst Monday in March, 3d
Monday in May, 3d Monday in September, Ist
Monday in December.
Equity— lst Monday in January, Ist Monday in
March, Ist Monday In May, Ist Monday in July,
Ist Monday In September, Ist Monday In Novem-
Clerk’s Office.
Clerk of the Court— William P. Cole.
Chief Deputy Clerk and Cashier—JA. J. O’Hara.
Court Clerk— Michael F. Connor.
Equity Clerk— Charles E. Fendall.
Index Clerk— William B. Hoff.
Ej amlner— Thomas B. Jenifer.
Assistant Examiner—James L. Burgoyne.
General Assistant— Thomas B. Oaten.
Assistant Clerk— William 8. Cowley.
Messenger— Rezln H. Denny.
Record Clerks— Bernard Hogarty. Samuel M.
Lucas, Henry Dickmever, George F. Wheeler.
Jr., Charles H. Mays. Charles B. Chapman. John
Grason. Jr.. Wm. a. Cockey.
County Commissioners’ Office.
County Commissioners— Henry P. Mann, presi
dent; William Byerly.br., Dr. Charles L. Matt
feldt.
Chief Clerk and Auditor— E. Btanton Bosley.
Transfer Clerk— Hugh J. Gallagher.
Counsel to Board— John F. Gontrum and John
Grason.
Keeper of Court Bouse.— Marion Shearman.
Bauijf to the Board.— John H. Sparks.
Watchman at Court House— John B. Miller.
Orphans’ Court.
Judges —Melohor Hosball, Chief Judge; H. Sey
mour Piersol, E. Clinton Tracey.
Register of Wills— William J. Peach.
Deputy Register—Hugh P. Price.
Copy Clerks— John Green, Eugene Gosnell.
Bailiff to Orphans' Court—Vim. Bowen of 8.
Special Appraisers—3. Maurice Watkins, Sr.,
George Fauth.
Treasurer’s Office.
Treasurer and Collector— N. Bosley Merryman.
Chief Clerk— John P. Mays.
Assistant Clerk— Frank P. Bossom.
Counsel.— Elmer R. Haile.
Police Force.
Marshal of Police— W. Herbert Gorauch.
Canton —Harry Hutchins, Harry Councilman,
Charles Spann, Cornelius Cotter, James E. Mann,
Henry Pfisterei, Joseph Hess, August Schirmer,
Michael Moore, Thomas J. Moylan, Theodore
Kreamer.
GardenviUe— L. B. Meise.
Govanstown— Joseph M. Dewees, W. S. Bell.
Towson—A. J. German.
Catonsville— William Stevens, John F. Walker.
Arlington —Martin McGuire. Noah Kirk.
Mt. Washington— Patrick W. Scott, Denis F.
Starr.
Mt. Winona—Frank Bartcher, Barney Beale
feldt, William Moiler.
Roland Park— Jehu Rutledge, L. F. Bortner.
Pikssville— James E. Kleeman.
St. Denis—Andrew J. Brass.
Lauravills— Royal L. Phelps.
Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff—Abram T. Streett.
Clerk and Deputy— John F. Anderson.
Deputy— Caleb P. Burton.
County Jail,
Warden— Elisha M. Price.
Deputy Warden— Clinton O. Bosley.
Watchman—Vl m. Thomas Fulton. .
Physician— Dr. William L. Smith.
Alms House.
Superintendent —John P. Chilcoat.
Physician— Dr. Thomas C. Bussey.
Chaplains— Revs. A. T. Pindell and R. C. Camp
bell.
Engineer—John T. Shea.
Agents to Discover New & Hissed Property.
Ist District —Thomas J. Flannigan.
2 d District —Caleb S. Hobbs.
3 d District— Philip Watts.
4/A District— Samuel Owiugs.
sth District— David M. Thompson.
6th District— Thomas L. Gemmill.
Ith District— Samuel S. Cooper.
6th District—' Thomas B. Wheeler.
9th District— William Coney.
10tA District—Harry Patterson.
11th District—\ scant.
12 th District —Henry M. Miller.
13tA District— Henry J. Emmerich.
Wh District— George C. Wolfe.
15/A District— James Stevenson, Jr.
Public Roads.
Roads Engineer— Henry G. Bbirley
ROAD BUPSRVIBORS.
Ist District— Edward N. Thomey.
id District—J. Isaac Holbrook.
3d District— Joseph A. Kennedy.
4IA District— Jacob L. Morrel.
sth District— Joseph M. Armacost.
6th District— Fratik Shuchart.
Ith District— Samuel H. Molesworth.
6th District— Harry D. Dawes.
9IA District —Elisha W. Parks.
16th District—3. Conrad Burk.
lltA District— Frank J. Kearney.
12/A District— John Schaefer.
13tA District— Henry Gable.
14/A District— J. Tbomaa Carter.
15tA District— William G. Earl.
School Commlsslonera’ Office.
School Commissioners— Thomas B. Todd, Presi
dent, North Point; G. Herbert Rice. Catonsville;
John Arthur, Fork; Samuel M. Shoemaker,
Stevenson; Reister Russdll, Reisterstown;
Frank G. Scott. Shawan.
Secretary, Treasurer and Superintendent— Albert
S. Cook.
Assistant Superintendent— John T. Herahner.
Counsel to the Board— Z. Howard Isaac.
Supervisors of Election.
Charles H. Wise. Democrat; George A. Davis,
Democrat: Jarrett N. Zimmerman. Republican.
Clerks Thomas J. Hunter.
Counsel to the Board— Arthur P. Shanklin.
Keepers of Police Stations.
Canton— Lewis T. Streett and August Kiefer.
Mt. Winans— Philip March, Jr.
Station House Magistrates.
Arlington— Richard A. Bevan.
Canton— Philip A. Dunnigan.
Mt. Winans— August W. Miller.
Fire Department.
Superintendent of Eire Alarm Telegraph—Q eorge
Hartman.
Eire Marshal— Charles Herrman.
No. 1, Towson— Alex. B. Miles, captain; Harry
E. Numbers, driver.
No. 2, Mt. Washington— Edw. Scbarf, captain;
Edward Kearnes, driver.
No. 3, Arlington— John W. Criswell, captain;
Charles Hoffman, driver.
No. 6, Catonsville— Thomas Armacost, captain;
Frederick Ronnenberg, driver.
No. 6. Ml. Hlnane —zachariah Dunn, captain;
Philip Grace, driver.
No. 7, Canton—Adam Hartman, captain; Wm.
H. Waters and John Linderman. drivers; James
E. Flynn, engineer; James Mullaney, assistant
engineer: Joseph Hoeflin. houseman.
No. 8, Highlandtown— John Helckle, captain;
James White and Conrad C. Freidel. drivers;
Edward Gensler, engineer; Joseph KuhD, assist
ant engineer; Robert Funk, houseman.
No. 9, GardenviUe— Henry B. Nuth, captain;
Louis N. Bradfleld, driver.
No. 10, Govanstown—B.. E. Lee Reed, captain;
George J. Mulligan, driver.
No. 11, Roland Park— Perry A. Knight, captain;
John D. Meekins and Leonard H. Hornick, driv
ers; J. F. Hofstetter, engineer.
Bpecial Officers.
Middle River— James W. Wood.
Texas— Thomas F. Keough.
Oella— Thomas L. West.
Dickeyvills— Jacob C. Pace.
.Buxton—John H. Bowen.
EUicott City —Denis Cavey.
Lutherville— Michael Welsh.
Patapsco Neck— Edward A. Parker.
Special Officer for Entire County— Noah Walker.
Removers of Garbage.
Govanstown— Molyneux J. Fisher. Jr.
Highlandtown —Jacob Hahn and John Schwarz.
Canton— Geo.A. Telljohanu and John Foertsch
berk.
Catonsville— Peter Toole, Harman Faye.
Towson—J. William Phipps.
Tuxedo, Evergreen and Plat 1, Roland Park—
William Foster.
Plat 2 and 3 Roland Park—W. S. Hull.
Sanitary Officers.
let District— Dr. A. H. Mann.
id District— Dr. Harry F. Shipley.
3 d District—Hr. Henry A. Naylor.
4tA District— Dr. Harry M. Slade.;
6tA District- Dr. B. F. Price.
6(A District— Dr. Joseph 8. Baldwin.
7tA District—Dr. E. W. Hyde.
6th District— Dr. T. Ross Payne.
9th District— Dr. R. C. Massenburg
10IA District— Dr. Thomas H. Emory ,
lltA District— Dr. James F. H. Gorauch.
12/A District —Dr. Caleb N. Athey.
13tA District—Dr. Frank H. Ruhl.
14IA District-Dr. William D. Corse.
16IA District—Dr. John W. Harrison.
Lamp Lighten.
Dickeyvills— John P. Murphy.
Mt. Winans—Simon Seigle.
Constables.
let -District—Frederick C. Raab, August J. Pe
ters, Denis Cavey.
2<t District—Caleb 8. Hobbs, C. E. Crusey.
3d District—Thomas W. Edes.
4tA District— Charles J. Beckley.
sth District-William H. Benson.
6tA District- William F. Hare.
7tA District—J. Elmer Hosier, Geo. W. Canoles.
BtA District- Edward W. Cole, John W. Hoff
man.
9th District—Job. P. Wilkinson, George G. Ger
man. George D. Myerly, Clarence T. Murray.
lOtA District— Oscar Johnson, Robert A. Nelson.
lltA District—
12tA District— Christian Hess.
13tA District— Joseph J.Gillen, Joseph Bollinger.
141A District— John A. Quick, William Sindall.
15/A District-James W. Wood.
Miscellaneous,
County Surveyor— Fred. D. Dollenberg, Jr.
Inspector Weights and Measures—3. P. D. Parks.
Keeper gf Bear Creek Draw Bridge—Goo. Grace.
Keener of Back River Draw Bridge— Frederick
Steinbacb.
Justices of the Peace.
Ist District —Hemw B. Whiteley, Catonsville;
August C. Luerz, Dickeyville; John M. Bone,
Ellicott City; Wm. E. Nagle. Catonsville.
2 d District— Wm. C. Euler. Wood lawn; Wm. E.
Fite, Roslyn; John T. Isaac, Granite; Lloyd
Nelson Randall, North Branch.
3<t District— Richard A. Bevan, Arlington; Wm.
H. Coughlin, Pikesville; H. Holliday Emlch,
Arlington.
4tA District—John H. Beckley, Reisterstown;
J. Smith Orrick, Glyndon; Samuel H. Brown,
Woodensburg; David L. Slade. Owings' Mills.
5/A District—Abraham 8. Cooper, Upperco;
John T. Thompson, Mt. Carmel; Noah F. Jack
son.'Mt. Carmel.
6tA District—John H. Copenhaver, Freeland;
Wm. I. McCullough, Bayville; Samuel S. Miller,
Freeland.
7tA District—W. E. Anderson, White Hall; Ed
win C. Hawkins, Parkton; Alfred A. Sparks,
Parkton.
BtA District— John D. C. Duncan. Cockeysville;
David C. Price, Texas; Frank W. Emory, Lu
therville.
9tA District— Joseph B. Herbert, Towson; Jno,
J. Timanus, Towson; Charles T. Bowen. Brook
landville; Thos. J. Hunter, Towson ; George I.
Holland, Loch Raven; Michael P. Keboe, Go
vanstown ; Thomas I. Shanley, Roland Park.
10/A District— Thomas Kauffman, Monkton;
George Treut, Jacksonville.
Ilf A District— John T. Ambrose, Jenkins; Hen
ry Walter, Perry Hall; Harry Shutz. Upper
Falls; W. 0. B. Wright, Fork ; Charles G. Fran
cis, White Marsh.
12tA District—Philip A. Dunnigan, Canton;
David A. Thompson, Highlandtown; Townley
B. Wolfe, Highlandtown.
13tA District— Hobert C. Clark, Bt. Denis: Au
gust W. Miller, Mt. Winans; Frank A. Bond,
Halethorpe.
14tA District— Jos. A. Neumayer, GardenviUe;-
J. Harman Scbone, GardenviUe.
15/A District— Joseph Blair, Sparrow’s Point
James F. Gibson. Cbase; John Gettman, Rose
ville ; Wm. H. Haut, Roseville.
Notaries Public,
Towson— James Kelley, Mrs. C. M. Hfpsley.
Catonsville— Harry L. Chase, Arthur W.Bobson,
Laura M. Platt.
Reisterstown— William L. Shriver,
Owings' Mills —George Ward.
Cockeysville- Peter Mulcahy.
Pikssville— Jacob H. Kraft.
Roland Park— O. Parker Baker and Miss Elis
abeth A. Parker.
Govanstown— Madison E. Lloyd.
OrangeviUe— Titus L. Mason.
Highlandtown— Edward F. Pflsterer.
Canton— Patrick J. Regan.
Raspeburg— Joseph Plumer.
Corbett— Frank E. Sparks.
Sparrow's Point— Wm. V. Hummel.
Woodlawn— Theodore E. Macken.
Mt. Washington— Raymond H. Whiting.
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WHOLE YEAR.
A LARGE CORPS OF
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EVERYTHING THAT IS
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IN ADDITION TO THIS FEATURE,
ALL THE
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IN A CONDENSED AND READABLE FORM.
Proceedings of the Courts.
Transfers of Property.
General Correspondence on the Lead
ing Topics of the Day.
Miscellaneous Selections, Prose and
Poetry of an Interesting and Eleva
ting Character.
And a Weekly Scientific Letter Worth
More Than the Price of the Paper
for a Year.
ONLY $1.50 for FIFTY-TWO WEEKS
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GHABLEB T. REIFBNIDER, JR.
APPLKGAKTH, HERMAN
ft KEIFBNIDKB,
ATTORNEYS ft COUNSELORS AT LAW.
BaltlmoreCountyOffice—Piperßuilding, Towson.
Baltimore City Office—lo E. Lexington Street.
Long Distance C. ft P. Telephone.
OSBORNE I. YELLOTT. w. 8. SYMINGTON, JR
YKLLOTT ft SYMINGTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Piper Building, Towson, and 1229-33 Calvert
Building, Baltimore.
Except when engaged in court, Mr. Yellott can
be found at the city offices after 3 P. M.
OHN H. KICHAKDSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW *
622-623-624-625 Law Building, Courtland Street,
near Lexington, Baltimore.
(Towson.)
Residence—42 Eastern Ave., Highlandtown.
C. & P. Phone.
OSBORNE I. YELLOTT, T. SCOTT OFFUTT,
ELMER R. HAILE.
Yellott, offutt & haile,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Offices—Piper Building, Towson, Md.
Both Telephones.
JAMES J. LINDSAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Baltimore City Office—4l2 Equitable Building.
Towson Office—Smedley Bow.
PhonesCitv Officp P*—St. Paul 3143.
Phones city Office , Mar „ i an d-Courtland 1675.
Residence Phone—C. & P., Towson 170 K.
JOSHCA G. BOSLEY,
TOWSON AND PHILOPOLIB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SURVEYOR.!
Pays special attention to real estate, both as
surveyor and os attorney.
EDWARD A. O’MAKA. M. C. ANGELMIER.
O’ MARA & ANGELMIER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
227 St. Paul St., (Rooms 1,2 and 3.) Baltimore, Md.
Phones •! Mary laud 1831 W.
pnones c . &P . Mt . Vernon 4499.
rn L. PAINTER,
Hi. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
- 301 St. Paul Street, Baltimore. Also, Owings*
Mills till 8 A. M. daily.
City and county practice. Prompt attention
all claims and collections.
Laban sparks.
ATTOREY AT LAW,
NO. 228 BT. PAUL STREET. BALTIMORE, Md.
Telenhone ) Paul 3529.
telephone j Md4< Courtland 417.
Practice in the County and City Courts.
WILLIAM GRASON. LEWIS M. BACON,
Grason ft bacon,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
-ROOM 3 MASONIC TEMPLE-
TOWSON, Md,
JFRED. C. TALBOTT, .
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offices—Baltimore and Towson.
City Office—l7 Lexington street, cor. Calvert.
WUi be at office in Towsontown, Tuesday r’>'S
Wednesday of each week.
TOHN F. GONTRUM,
t> ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Law Building, Courtland Street, Baltimore, Md.
Office hours from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Special attention to practice in Baltimore city
and Baltimore county.
FRED’K J. SCHLOSSTEIN. HORACE T. SMITH.
SCHLOSSTEIN ft SMITH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1013 American Building, Baltimore, Md.
C. ft P. Phone—St. Paul 172.
Adam anstine,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Room 706 Fidelity Building, N. W. Cor.
Charles and Lexington Streets, Baltimore, Md.
Prompt attention to county business.
Alfred j. carr,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
727-732 Law Building, 221-227 Courtland Street
Baltimore, Md.
Residence—C. & P., Pikesville 61-Y.
J. EDWIN DAVIS. CHARLES E. SIEOMUND.
Davis ft siegmund,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
702 Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md.
ERNEST HOEN, JR. HARRY E. PARKHURBT.
HOEN ft PARKHURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
948 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md.
TEFFERSON D. NORRIS,
U ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room 12, No. 222 St. Paul street, Baltimore.
Glyndon and Reisterstown, Saturdays. Money
to loan.
Harry e. maun,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Latrobe Building, 100 E. Lexington street, Bal-
timore, Md,
J MARSH MATTHEWS,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
122 LexiDgton street, Baltimore, Md.
Special attention to county practice.
lb A. PIPER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J\, TOWSON, Md.
Office—ln Piper Building, opposite main en
trance to Court House.
x L. G. LEE,
O • ATTORNEY AT LAW,
City Office—l 2 E. Lexington St., Baltimore, Md.
Bverv Baturdav at Belalr. Md.
JOHN MAYS LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Piper Building, Towson, Md.
Residence—Parkton, Md.
Do. Mclntosh, Jr.,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Towson, Md., and 213 St. Paul street,
Baltimore, Md.
WATSON E. SHERWOOD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Postoffice, Owings’ Mills, and 1400 Conti
nental Building, Baltimore.
JAMES KELLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offutt Buildiug, Towson, Md.
TOHN S. BIDDISON,
t# ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Piper Building. Towson, and Law Build
ing, Court and St., Baltimore, Md.
Arthur p. shanklin,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Towson, Md., 26 Bank of Balto. Bdg.
Towson. Baltimore.
TITILLIAM H. LAWRENCE,
W ATTORNEY AT LAW,
213 Bt. Paul Street. Baltimore,and Smedley Row,
Towson, Md.
Edw. b. powell,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ellicott City, Md.
Money to loan on mortgages.
Tv g. mcintosh,
JJ. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices—Towson, Md., and 213 St. Paul street,
Baltimore, Md.
IRVIN G. HERMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
6 East Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
WGILL SMITH,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Second National Bank Building, Towson, Md.
Robert r. boarman,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
414 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md.
TTTILLIAM S. KERCH, Jr.,
W ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Second National Bank BuildiDg, Towson, Md.
CBOHN BLINGLUFF,
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Towson, Md.
T7ILMER J. COOK,
Jit ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Second National Bank Building, Towson, Md.
Tir GEORGE MARLEY,
W • ATTORNEY AT LEW.
Second National Bank Building, Towson. Md.
JOHN S. ENSOR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offutt Building. Towson, Md.
JOHN J. TIMANUS,
ATTORNEY ft COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Piper Building, Towson, Md.
Stevenson a. williams,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Belair. Harford county, Md.
Robert h. buhsky,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Piper Building. Towson, Md.
JOHN GRASON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office—Law Building. Towson. Md.
Fielder c. slingluff,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Fidelity Building, (3d floor.) Baltimore.
ttknry shirk;
H ATTORNEY AT LAW,
6 E. Lexington Street. Baltimore.
JMAULSBY SMITH,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
12 E. Lexington Street. Baltimore.
La. rettaliata,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
847-849 Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md.
-VTOAH K. OFFUTT,
JM ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Money to Loan. Offutt Building, Towson.
Alfred cummins hatch,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
607 Law Building, Courtland St., Baltimore, Md.
James p. offutt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offutt Building. Towson, Md.
EDWARD STIRLING,
. ATTORNEY ft COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Charles pielert,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
228 St. Paul street. Baltimore. Md.
JOHN P. O’FERRALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
110 B. Lexington Btreet, Baltimore, Md.
ENRY C. WEAVER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
605 Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md.
A" M. DENHAKD,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md.
CHARLES ft ARTHUR HERZOG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
112 B. Lexington Street. Baltimore. Md.
Samuel regester,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
301 Bt. Paul Street, Baltimore, Md.
E~ RNEBT C. HATCH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offloe—Piper Building, Towson, Md.
A Farm is Kiotd b; the Haclmerr it Keegs.
. ® VC £J pra S tioal farmer realizes that he must have up-to date machinery to cultivate his farm
S Two of the Greatest Machines ever perfected for this purpose are th©
MANUUfi SPft BADER and GASOLINE ENGINE. In selecting all machinery there are three
vital points to,be considered: Ist, STRENGTH. 2d, SIMPLICITY. 3d, RESULTS.
I. H. C. SPREADERS
Are built rigidly of the best material. They .are simple in construction and have only ONE LEVER
to operate, which controls all operations. They are the only Spreaders with a vibratinir rake
which levels the load, insuring an even distribution of the manure.
I. H. C. GASOLINE ENGINES
f.Pr\\ Are the simplest, most durable, most economical and
WF&r Jeasiest to operate of all Gasoline Engines on the
mk market - I- H. C. GASOLINE ENGINES furnish
\SftW, ideal power for all purposes. They can be attached
1 UMH quickly to any kiud of pump, in any position lor rais
aMMil mg water from deep or shallow wells. They turnish
l tlest Power for Sawing Wood, Grinding Feed. Opera-
HdlM Tffilln tiQ K t:reacQ Separators, Churns. Shelters,Shreddens.&c.
JOHN B. KOERNER,
I—lll 11 Aug. 3—tf] TRAVELING REPRESENTATIVE.
S. L LAMBERD CO„
111, 113,115 Light Street, Baltimore, Md.
Agricultural Implements, Seeds, Fertilizers, Carriages,
Wagons, Lawn Mowers,
McVicker Gasoline Engines,
WIND MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS.
We Install Bath Rooms, Toilets, Sinks, etc., in Country Homes.
May 11—ly] Let Us Make You Estimate.
H- 1
SUGGESTS COMFORT 1
YEAR fi
tDISON SHOES I
fr3.50&4.00 |
John Arthur & Son
CARRIAGE BUILDERS J
UNDERTAKERS,^
Fork, Baltimore County, Md.
AXWATB OK HAND
A Stock of Our Own Build of Carriages ot Different Kinds.
Painting and Repairing Done in the Beat Manner.
Work Sent for and Returned Free of Charge. . . .
o.n-im, „ demand fsr a lower-priced work than our own build, we are carrying a stock of a
goodTrado o? Factory*Worktsucta'as'K UGGIES, RUNABOUTS, CARRIAGES AND PLATFORM
MARKET WAGONS. This will not in any way interfere with our own build of work.
ISTMd. Phone—Belalr Exchange. May—ly
heart of the cFty and is covered with Paroid Roofing. The Government also
uses Paroid for stables, barracks, warehouses, etc. It uses Paroid because it
find pFmidif theTdeal roofing for bams, stables, sheds, poultry, houses, ware
houses outbuildings, etc. Equally valuable for .roofing or siding. It is per
manent in character, is easy to lay, is spark and cinder proof, light slato color,
contains no tar, does not crack and does not run in summer.
What is good for the Government will be good foryou.Wnte: for free sample
of Paroid and see what it is. Also ask tor booklet and name of nearest dealer.
Send a 2 cent stamp for book of up-to-date poultry and farm building plans.
H.E'BARTIESON Fann'lmplements, Fertilizer, w sville Md. j
. ■— rJ
SOUTHCOMB’S HATS
Wise Heads Wear Them.
109 E. Baltimore St.,
BETWEEN CALVERT AND LIGHT BTB., BALTIMORE. Md.
(SOUTH BIDE.) unuiimviiw,
Nov. .9—lv
WILSON & KENNEY CO.,
TOWSON AND LUTHERVILLE.
Goal, Lumber, Mill Work, Hardware. Paints.
Hay, Crain and Mill Feed.
—FULL. STOCK 1 — —L.OW PRICES!
ALSO A STORE FOR GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT LUTHERVILLE.
t n - # M - - ft
How’sYßnrliTer?
IS IT RIGHT?
If not, you will make no mistake in
buying a box of
Parr’s Liver Pills.
“They are wonderful,” says one man.
“They work like a charm,” says another,
“Never used anything to equal them;
feel entirely different,” says another.
unable to get them at your drug
gist a full box of 30 will be mailed on re
ceipt of 10 cents.
Samples on request.
PARR BROS.,
Nov.23tMayll] GOVANS, Md.
< rnmmmmmmwmmmm-mmm oM m m ♦
rjCRESPASS NOTICES FOB SAXE.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS printed on mus
lin at SI.OO per dozen and 60 ots. per half dozen
at the office of “THE UNION/’
Sept. 29.—tf. Towson, Md.
FRANK I. WHEELER. WILLIAM P. COLE.
WHEELER & COLE,
Successors to Offutt, Em mart A Wheeler,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS,
OFFUTT BUILDING, TOWSON, Md.
Telephone—C. A P., Towson 138.
German-American Ins. Co.. N. Y.; Continental
Ins. Co.: Home Ins. Co. of N. Y.: Hartford Ins.
Co. of Hartford, Conn.; Pennsylvania Fire Ins.
Co. of Philadelphia; St. Paul Fire and Marine
Ins. Co.; London and Lancashire Ins. Co.; Orient
of Hartford, Conn.; Dixie, of Greensboro, N. C.;
Fire Association, of Philadelphia; Eagle, of N.
Y.; North State, of Greensboro, N. C.; Western,
of Pittsburg: Spring Garden, of Philadelphia;
Niagara of N. Y.; -Utna, of Hartford, Conn.; Ohio
German, of Toledo, Ohio.
Representing as we do the above named first
class Fire Insurance Companies and an agency
of twenty-five years’standing, that has so long
enloyed the confidence of the publio, we respect
fully solicit of the people of Baltimore county
a continuation of their patronage.
Oct. 19— ly] WHEELER A COLE.
ptOK SALE.
A FARM OF 154 ACRES, near Butler P.flp
0., in the sth district, Baltimore county. The
land is in a good state of cultivation ; fine fruit
of all kinds; frame dwelling containing six
rooms; new bank barn and other buildings.
Terms will be made very reasonable. A cash
payment of SI,OOO will be required, the balance
of purchase money can remain in the property,
if aesired. Apply to
LONGNECKER BROS.,
[No. 347.] Real Estate, Towson, Md
Sept. 14.—tf.
I^UsceHaneDtiß.
the ii®
COUNTRY 1881
GENTLEMAN
The ONLY Agricultural NEWSpaper
AND ADMITTEDLY THS
LEADING AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL OF
THE WORLD.
Every department written by specialists, the
highest authorities in their respective lines.
No other paper pretends to compare with it in
qualifications of editorial staff.
Gives the agricultural NEWS with a degree
completeness not even attempted by others.
BINGLE BVBBCRIPTION, SI.BO.
BUT SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
are offered to club organizers.
We want an Agent in your town,
and will be glad to send you our
AGENTS’ PROPOSITION if you
could find time to do a little can
vassing for us.
BPECIMKN COPIES
will be mailed free on request. It will pay any
body interested in any way in country fife to
send for them. Address the publishers:
LUTHER TUCKER * SON,
Nov. 2- tfl Albany, N. T.
* PENNSYLVANIA B. R.
On and after Sunday, Oct. 87, 1907, trains on
the Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad will leave
and arrive at North Ave. Station, Baltimore as
follows:
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY.
LEAVB. ARRIVE.
7.30 A. M. for York. 8.10 A. M. from Belalr
9.30 A. M. “ Belair. 9.10 A.M. “ Delta.
3.25 P. M. “ York. 11.66 A.M. “ York.
Aoop!*£ " Delta!"
11.30 P. M. “ Belair. 7.36 P. M. "
SATURDAY ONLY.
Leave at 1.20 P. M. for Belalr. Arrive v i 8.50
P. M. from Belair.
SUNDAY ONLY.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
9.05 A.M. for Delta. 6.00 A.M. from Deltv
4.06P.M. “ Delta. 6.56P.M. “ Dei?.
11.00P.M. “ Delta. 9.30 P.M. “ Delia.
LEAVE TOWSON FOR BALTIMORE.
Daily, except Sunday, at 7A0,8.64,11.37 A. M., 1.44,
5.29.7.19 V. M.
Saturday only, 8.29 P. M.
Bunday only, 8.37 A. M., 5.36,9.08 P. M.
ARRIVE AT TOWBON FROM BALTIMORE.
Da:of’e'ffi C ififl ß p nday, at 7.67, 9.60 A. M., 8.46,
Saturday only. 1.40 P. M.
Sunday only, 9.29 A. M., 4.26,11.20 P. M.
J. 8. NORRIS. General Manager.
O. A. FIFER. Gen’l Pass. Agent.
QBESAFEAKE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
“CHESAPEAKE LINE.”
ELEGANT PASSENGER STEAMERS “CO
LUMBIA” AND “AUGUSTA.”
For OLD POINT COM FORT and NORFOLK. Ya.
Steamers leave Baltimore dally (exoept Sun
day) at 7.00 P. M., and arrive Old Point (Tomfort
at 6 A. M. and Norfolk at 7.80 A. M.. where con
nection is made with the Rail Lines for all points
South and Southwest.
“YORK RIVER LINE.”
ELEGANT PASSENGER BTEAMEK “ATLAN
TA” for WEST POlNTand RICHMOND, Va.
Steamer leaves Baltimore Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 6 P. M., aud arrive West Point
at 7.45 A. M„ and Richmond at 9.20 A. M.
Steamers call at Gloucester Point, Clement’*,
Clay Bank and AUmond’s (weather and toe per
mitting.)
STEAMERB LEAVE BALTIMORE FROM
PIEKB 18 & 19 LIGHT STREET WHARF.
Through Tickets to all points may be secured,
baggage ohecked and staterooms reserved from
the City Ticket Ofilces, 119 E. Baltimore street,
ARTHUR W. ROBSON, Agent, 127 E. Baltimore
street, or the General Offloes, Light and Lee
streets, Baltimore. Md.
REUBEN FOSTER, E. J. CHISM,
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
T. H. McDANNEL, Asst. Qen’l Passenger Agt.
Nov. 23—tf
BUSICK’S CAFE
FORMERLY URBAN’S,
York Road and Pennsylvania Are.
Oppo. Lee Building, TOWSON, MD.
HABRY D. BUSICK, Proprietor.
—Always on hand the finest brands of—
LIQUORS, BRANDIES,
CHAMPAGNE, CLARET, .-<A
BROWN STOUT, TV
4 BASS’ ALE, PORTER, Ac. 5
THE BEST BEER on draught and in bottles for
family use. A large stock of CIGARS
of best brands always on hand.
Ample Stabling and Shedding and polite boetler
always In attendance.
Juoe w-ir
“Eagle” Hams
-AND—
-CURED BY-
Jones & Lamb Co. y
BALTIMORE.
Best That Money Can Buy.
Mch.2—tf
T7ALITABLB FARM FOR SALE.
Farm contains 244 ACRES, 19 miles fromMl
Baltimore and within two miles of Finksburg
Station, W. M. R. R. The dwelling contain* A
rooms; splendid natural flow water supply at
the house and barns. The improvements in ad
dition to the dwelling are two barns, cow barn,
corn house, etc. The farm is being limed for the
second time in the past few years. This farm I*
adapted for a stock farm and dairy business. It
contains much meadow land and is bountifully
supplied with water. Persons desiring property
of this description will please address the under
signed for terms and further particulars.
No. 121 LONGNECKER BROS.,
Feb. 18—tf Rea) Estate. Towson, Md.
TOWSON NATIONAL BANK.
Cash Capital $50,000.
Open daily from 9 o'clock A. M. until 8 P. M
..ml 12 o’oloek noon on Saturdays. Making loan*
m first-class security, and doing a general baak
ng business.
JOHN CROWTHBR. Jr.. President.
W C. CRAUMER. Cashier. (Apl. 6-ly
p IRE INSURANCE.
INSURE YOUR HOMRS AND FARM BUILD
INGS IN THB MUTUAL FIRE INBUBANOB
COMPANY IN HARFORD COUNTY. BBLAIR.
MD. (Incorporated In 1843.) Rates 80 per oent.
lower than other Companies. All risks prompt
ly met. Apply to
JAMBS KELLEY, Director,
Moh. 7.—tf. Towson Md.
J. MAURICE WATKINS 4 SON,
-DSALIRB lit-
Staple, Fancy k Green Groceries
Fruit* in season. Fresh and Salt Meat*.
Full line of Tobaccos, Foreign and Domestic
Cigars, Ac.
Sept. 7—ly TOWBON. Md.
Envelopes i
envelopes i
ENVELOPES
For Professional and Bnsloea* Men,
Furnished In large or small lots, with neatly
printed corners, at a very small ad vanoeon their
original cost. LARGE STOCK to select from.
OFFICE OF THE UNION.
Deo. 7.—tf. Towson. Md.
piOR SALE.
A TRACT OF LAND In the 11th dlstr.ct.ff
containing 460 acres. 40 acres cleared, balanoe
has on it a splendid growth of timber; near
Cowenton Station, B. A O. R. R., and 8 miles
from Glenarm. M. AP. R. R. Apply to
No. 86. LONGNECKER BROS.,
Sept 16.—tf Real Estate, Towson, Md.
S QQ TO LOAN,
On first mortgages on real estate, in sums of
SI,OOO and upwards. Apply to
JAMES KBLLBY,
Attorney at Law, Towson. Md.
July 28 -tf
ouAiinuiAisi
BUHL’S P. 0.. BALTO. COUNTY, MP.
CHARLES H. I SEN NOCK,
R. F. D. No. 1. PHCENIX. Mo.
/"TALES 8. HOBBS,
RANDALLS TOWN. BALTO. COUNTY.
JAMES L. NORWOOD.
TO W SON AND UPPER FALLS.
rfIHOMAS C. BIDDISON,
1 GARDBNVILLB, BALTO. COUNTY
ED. J. HERRMANN,- „
ROBBVILLB, BALTO. COUNTY, Md.
PE. 80TH, Md. Phone.
• PERRY HALL, BALTO. COUNTY.
f' l EORGE A. WALTER,
\JC FERRY HALL, BALTO. COUNTY
C HABLKB J- B^ E Y 8 ’ TKRBTOWWt Mp .
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