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THE DAILY NEWS- . fi. Ki-l^Ht.1' BV tUE tj-RKAT S ·' THK'^.V S'SINTJSO AND · ____ .fc. '·· K V D i. 7 . - . -i-i-t t V:-- THE WKEKLY XEWS. in th- t E canabtjr u »c for »st», »T rtetj urce J-T »«r .;» to c-c T«» Nt £ju ,.£··* ·· c«ercj«! «ith tfc» Trte- ,,'c A '*cn rrnfi Ik c-ri or bn»mr« cin be xcl iUr or Elghl £r»« rot'ttfoj Intporti.t «J.'ic:i«! tue e^rr wrt ut Ite cocolrj. TiLJ SEWS, VTECNBSD.VY, MAY SO, 1 1900 MAT 1900 SB. 6 13 20 27 Mo. 7 14 21 28 Tu. 1 8 15 22 29 We. 2 9 16 23 30 Th. 3 10 17 24 31 Fri. 4 11 18 25 Sat. 5 12 19 26 MOON'S PHASES. 6 8:39 /r Third a.m. M l 0:38 ·.m. m 21 p. K. B:50 A DISTCEBAXCK in the i'runca Cabinet was just about dne. THE resolution providing for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people has been killed in the Senate, as was expected. The people, however, will not abandon their efforts to secure this reform. WE are glad to notice that the Baltimore News recognizes the fact that excellent work is being done by the Maryland State Horticultural Department. Our contemporary appears to be delight- ied with the vigorous manner in which the State Entomologist and the State Pathologist have set about the work of exterminating the green pea louse, the melon-plant louse, the pear blight and various other pests inimical to plants or trees. The activity of these officials and the energy with which they strive w aia the farmers and horticulturists of the State in every way in their power has often been commended by THE NEWS. They are cDnscientions servants of tbe people. Os each Memorial Day there is noticeable a diminution in the ranks of the veterans since last they gathered to decorate the graves of their comrades who have gone before. Each year adds to the number of graves to be decorated and each year lessens the number of the veterans who survive to honor the memory of those who bave fallen. The custom of decorating the graves of soldiers is not observed, however, only by the veterans nor will it die out when the last of them has gone. While there are still veterans to perform this eer- vice is is right that they should take tbe lead in the ceremonies, as is done here and all over the country today, bnt Memorial Day is a time for the expression of the patriotic reverence ·which all citizens should feel for the memory of men who fought and died for their country's sake and as such it will live always. Boers a* Possible Settlers for Maryland. Mr. Badenhoop, tbe successor of Mr. O. "W. Van der Hoogt as secretary of the Maryland State Bureau of Immigration, seems to be of tbe same opinion as liis predecessor in regard to tbe desirability of securing Boers as settlers in Maryland. Mr. Van der Hoogt. one of the warmest sympathizers of tte Boers in the United States and personally acquainted with many of .the officials nd leading citizens f f tbe Transvaal Republic, announced his determination some days before his retirement from office, which occurred List week, of endeavoring, in ca-e the Tranb- T»al Republic is overthrown by Great Britain and, as is expected, the Boers emigrate in large numb TS from their country, to induce mauy of them to come to Maryland and purchase and settle cpen faiiaa in this State. Mr. Eaiei^Qop, tte new secretary, i: is re- pcrtee, bzz tske= rp tin* idss ai4 ba» consulted with bis chief, Mr. Talbott, ·who has been found to be of tbe same opinion and equally disposed to urge tbe settlement of Boers in Maryland. Tbe sew officials, it is to be expectea, trill have tbe Mdiftance of Mr. Van der Hoogt, and the cnited efforts cf these gentlemen should secure a large colony of Boers for Maryland in oa»e tbe expected ex3fcs frcni South Africa to tbe United States takes place. Aa to tbe desirability of such settlers in Maryland there can be no question. It is aniversally known tbat tbe Boers «re succeasf til fanners and cattle-raiseTM, ttrifty and indnsfriom, and there is rood in ilirjUud for such people. Tfcwy cannot engage In cattle-raiting iMnootTCh aiarge Mcale at they do on thnr x,OC»«cre fame in tbe TrancTa tnt tkay can neon farm* ol tht average db* for cwatlraUoa taA «tar»v«r the/ farcucg they way be depended upon to get the beat resulitfrom ! the aoil. If any ooow to Harylaad they j will briejr vith them enfficteat mooey ! to purchase g^jd far-s boy all neces- { 01*0, bet i! se«ts to be ac awoieiJ fact ; that we have col «een th« la*t of the · Hchtcans | THK KM of Ibtr ; Xortb ; that rsay be ocoM*ry The . _ Et!T w bricg lato the ^taie o mach , Cit-i-ry ana ai tae buue time Mctsre a* rt»iirat« a.en who will add to the pro- dcctl»cJjt»» and value of ibe land and becxaie gcxxi citizech u OB« not to be neglected. Whatever jtutinoauon there may bt fur ktriktn. there is never violence --Baltimore Hf ra!l Tb« Col L. Victo» Bacgbman Coo- frrctsiocal bourn u loom Leg np ou Ibe Western Maryland horizon -- Baltimore News. « · The North i» utilising Southern literary talent cow for tbe tame reason that it 1* making uu of its iron ore and iU facilities for manufacturing cotton good*-- u cannot afford to do without the intciicc: cf tbe South any more than it can diipence with its material resource*.-- Baltimore Sun. « « bngland will very prouaoiy uuui^ucr the Boers In the present struggle, but it trill be a dear victory. Tbe civilized world will condemn England for waging a war against a brave, heroic and true people. It would be better for England to retain the respect of all Christian nations than to lose it by defeating the BTS, even if the Boers were wrong. For "Better is a dinner of herbs where love is than a stalled ox and hatred therewith." -- Onmbeiland Times. MIIiUTKS OF MKBRINESS, "Do you keep shot?" ashed the lady. "No, lady." replied the bibnloos hardware dealer, who had allowed his business to rnn down; ''business is BO bad latelv it's 's mnch's I can do to keep half-shot."--Philadelphia Record. * "Do yon believe in hwredity, Mrs. Siapsss?" "Indeed I do; every mean trait Bobby has I can trace right back to hia father." "Does his father believe in heredity, too?" "Yes, he traces Bobby's faults all back to ine."--Colombian. w Mndge--Say, Yabsley, lend roe ten, will yon? Yabsley--Lend you ten? Do you take me for a National Bank? Mndge--Of coarse I don't. I couldn't borrow flO from a National Bank if I were starving.--Indianapolis Press. % "Always try to keep yourself well to the front," eaid Senator Sorghum to the young man who is studying politics. ''Yon meau I must be among the first to advance new ideas and promote reform." "Not exactly. Bat you mast be among the first to claim credit when the trick is done and everybody is applauding " --Washington Star. · Syniiox--You profess to be a devoted believer in Christian Soience, but I noticed that when you had a tooth extracted the other d»y you took gas. Mentor--I took the gas, not because there is such a thing as pain, but from fear that I might be led into thinking that there was in the excitement of the moment --Boston Transcript. THE VOICE OF THB PRESS. WHY WE OKT ORUKUS. From the Philadelphia Record. The celerity with which machines and finished materials for architectural construction can be turned out of American industrial plants is a potent reason why so many foreign orders for metal manufactures pass over the heads of foreign makers and are placed in the United States. It cannot be imagined that foreign Governments are influenced by an excess of sentimentality into dealing with American artisans. On the contrary, when they want finished products of iron and steel from American makers they "want them bad;" and that is why we have sold abroad our rails, cats, engines and bridges, and why we will send-- according to The London Daily Express-- fifty locomotives to Lord Roberts. THE ONLY DEMOCRATIC HOVBT. From the Sew York World. It is of no political importance whether Tammany sends an instructed or uninsuucted delegation to Kansas City. Neither is it of any moment whether the S'ate Convention instructs or, following precedents omits to in struct in favor of Mr. Bryan. The Democratic State Committee of New York officially recognized Mr. Bryan a year ago as "the leader of the party." There ia 110 effective organized opposition to hi* nomination anywhere. He will therefore be renomicated for President by acclamation. Every oao admits thia. Whether the platform will be a living one, broad esonjth for all Democrats and opponents of 3Ir. JUcKink-y'spoliciestostandnpon is the one vital thing still in doubt. LO. TH* K*D From « V CMf «CO Trltrare. There is no doubt that the red man is eij \vinft a sort of renaissance, and if he 'S no* yet openly received into the homes cf his hospitable countrymen, at Jfast his pictured representation is found cdon their walls. Art collections made ap solely o* Sioux are not rare, and the latest fad ia interior decoration is the "Indian Room." which is filled with all sorts of beady and brutal ornaments tiiAt ate c*rac*e;is«ic of «ha red man. Henry James has said that the re- :e face doesn't lend itself to decora- tiv-» repetition, but certainly the Ind;an is a pictur%que figure when done ia oil. Aud word has be«n received that the board which has charge of the State Library of Iowa has ordered paintings ot two famous Indians, Black Hawk and Wapello. to be made and htmff in the historical department. Whether the people who glory in the var paint of their Indian rooms and who point with pride to their tomahawks on the walls would actually entertain in these dens the -wearers of the paint and wielders of the weapons is another question. Henry Thoreau was proud to call the Indian hia friend, bnt Francis Parkman says: 'The benevolent and philanthropic view of the American savage is for those who are beyond his reaoh; it has never yet been held 7 *aj whose wives and children nave lived Ic danger of his scalping knife.' ' Parh»p« it is bacUM we are to tar "beyond ou mtoh" · -srs ie k d«conto crar ioomi in honor ot the red "An IX*« L»k tt»t frtci day to £*? TtatV 'l^ot all tb»t ycu kin fay. \Vais « ·'::? forKrU.o ruh. Never boucht nobocd«aa' exh. Neier ii-jule to speecbtk Sue, St\er qnit« · uld git in lia«. In hfe's twrly-bor'y i;o*«l : Ooe« ah+jid an' do«* hi* bell. IK*» b.U t*4t la hoar* of pcua Bec'J* bis head abd vto'i oontplaiti. Atxi af»r Ir^Ui ecvy'* «e^r Hen ait' children bold him dear: Safe f r )tu praite* mi*apptied An' the naockery of pride. Hi) iMtsu coble as the re=:: Go«* ahead and doe* his best. WASHISUTUX TAK. Her- T««i«.» ! Mr CfeariesW JMt* fc« been elected ' »ctxfi exusizvr for Catvliae county. [ th* pob- ' lit 4 M««i8 j 1 u*» iliird *iiini»l a**. '-JL.J ef tne AJ- i gany Cocfernoe*, Mary load Sycod. waa ( htld at CBmberl*Bd. i Garret: *»' tcinLson, a fcUltiiaor* bcr, treet CAT yt»- j at in* City r»UHr uuami by a t«rd»y *f icrcooc acd Jit ' Wliilc ' In lace and linen and tllken i. Uppers And »fcctu of Mlin they drbuod the bride, With a gotoamer veil, and a wreath of To crown her bfcanty, iL« day §h died. With rich perfcusfs of the rose and lily They combed ai.d plaited her locks of KOld. Auu uuuvi £i*^ cr^o v. ^crc cr^'j *-- * tryitad They hid her down in the frozen mold. With auci and shadow and balmy brefrzee Came the spring to her place of rest, And a blender blade like an emerald arrow Lifted the clods above her breast. Crystal dews of the purple twilight, rain* of tbe morning cloud, Coaxed the stem from itb leafy shelter, Drew the bud from its folded shroud . Pale and pure as a pearl of ocean It slipped the green of ita dainty E heath, Deep in ita heart a hint of yellow From the braided tresses that lay beneath. So it was born, the bride's fair daughter-- The white narcissus that buds and blows, tiweec and starry in silent placet*, Over the grave of the winter snows. -- Miss A IRVISG, in Prank Leslie's Popular Monthly June. Tbe Vagabonds. In the beginning God made man Out of the wandering dust, men say; And in tbe end his life shall be A wandering wind and blown away. We are the vagabonds of time, Willing to let the wdrld go by, With joy supreme, with heart sublime, And valor in the kindling eye. We h»ve forgotten where we slept. And guess not where we sleep tonight, Whether among the lonely hills In the pale streamer's ghostly light. We shall lie down and hear the frost Walk in the dead leaves restlessly, Or somewhere on the iron coast Learn the oblivion of the sea. It matters not. And yet I dream Of dreams fulfilled and rest somewhere Before this restless heart is stilled And all ltd 'anciea blown to air. Had I my will! . . . The sun burns down And something plucks my garment's hem; The robins in their faded bro VR Would lure me to the south with them. 'Tis time for vagabonds to make Th.e nearest inn."~ Far on 1 hear The voices ot the Northern hills Gather the vagrants of the year. --Buss CARMAN'. STATISTICS OF THE LIBRARY, Nearly Five Thousand Books Circulated Since It Was Opened. As the art exhibit for the public library will take place on June 11 and 12 a few items to show the work done by the library since its inception will doubtless be of interest. The library started with 4,000 volumes. It now contains 6,000--an increase of 2,000. The actual number of books circulated up to date has been 4,750, and the average number daily frequenting the reading room has been 2$. The list of sub- saribera has now reached 300 and it is hoped that this number will "be much increased as the people come to recognize that no effort is being or will be spared to make the library up-to-date- It is not an enterprise to make money nor is it run on sectarian lines. It is a library built by the generosity of the people, irrespective of creed, and it will be conducted on these principles. A new departure, and doubtless an acceptable feature, will be the introduction of the telephone and messenger system. By telephoning to the librarian a subscriber can find out if the library possesses a desired volume. The subscriber can then have the book brought to his residence and when finished returned to the library by the messenger boy. The library authorities engage to thus deliver any book by 5 o'clock every evening for the sum of 5 csnts. paid to the messenger. Books will also be sent by mail to people living ontside the city limits, provided postage i- forwarded nnd a sufficient deposit left with the directors of the library to cover danger of loss of volumes. NKWS OF THE GHDRCHRS. There will be no services at All Saints Episcopal and the Evangelical Lutheran churches this evening, the respective pastors being oat of town. The members of tad EpworlL Leg^o of the Methodist Epiacopal church are requested to attend a special meeting to be held Wednesday eveaing. May SO, at S.15 for o'clock for the purpose of electing delegates to the Frederick District Epworth League Convention to be held at Frcstburg, Md., on June 20. St. Mark's Reformed congregation was organized at the northwest corner of OoUington avenue and Hoffman street, Baltimore, last night by Revs. Dr. E. B. Eichbach, Dr J. T. Rossiter and A. S. Weber, the committee appointed by Maryland Classis to effect the organization. Thirty-torse members constitute the new congregation, which bag grown from the Sunday- school organized in that vicinity two yean ago. If. A. Kreas was elected the first deacon. The congregation formally elected Rev. J. M. Mnllan at its pwtor. A » i f r by th« Health Department and the Sa- pervuwrs of City Charitiee. Tfce Feabody Hetzhu Ia»provtsnent At*txiatioa prMotcd lu tLo Bord of Estimates against a charge- of twenty- five oeou lor the pnri!««ft of platting tree* 10 the city cf BaUimore, bat tbe j board declined to reconsider it* aatioa. Jndge Morri*. of the United State* Dthtrtct Coort, Baltuiiort). (ibtmiaaed ibe petiuoa of CharleA U Green m the Washington and Potomac Railroad case m the federal court upon tbe answer of I ho Union Trnst Conspaoy, of Philadelphia. Krauk JOCIH. oolo'ed. w» uhut by Edward Fowier, also colored, daring a qoarrel on lot near the corner of North and Bath street?, Baltimore. Jone* was shot m lbe neck, near the mam arturjr, and had a close call for bU life. Fowler was arrested aud committed for court. Mrs. Fanuie Rogahe Zell Ball filed a bill in Baltimore county for injunction against her husband, Robert Berry Boll, and Messrs. Hngh Brent and Benjamin H. D. Boll, lesttainiog the husband from disposing of bis interest in a mortgage debt on tbe Bull property and the (restees from paying the interest to him pending an accounting. COUKTY -- Mrs. NansJe Scbley has returned home from a visit to her sister, Mn. Abraham Diehl, near Lndiesburg. -- Mr. George Hamilton and two sons, Robert and Grover. of McKaig, spent Sunday, the 20th. with Mr. William O. Moouhaur. --Miss Effiie Breighner, of Mt. Pleasant, baa been visiting the past week with relatives in Union Bridge and this place. -- Mrs. Maggie Wilson and two sons, of Cleaisonville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Nannie Scbley and Mrs. William O. Monshanr. -- Mr. Charles Eyler, wife and two children spent Sunday with their anot, Mr«. Jerome Breighner, of Mt. Pleasant. --Mr. Ezra Beard, wife and two children spent from Sunday till Monday with Mr. Harry Bonjiers, of Double Pipe Creek. --Mrs. Hamilton Sponseller, of Union Bridge, spent Friday with relatives in this place. --Mr. John Cross is visiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Cross, at this place. --Mr. Harry Millard Hoffman, of Creagerstown, is clerking in Mr. Albert Carter's store. BRUNSWICK. --Mr. Roy Benjamin was seriously hurt by a B. 0. train and was sent immediately to a hospital in Baltimore. -- We have tjfuly an interesting Sunday school at Grace chapel. -- Mrs. Dr. Ramey and little son have gone to Western Virginia to visit rrienda. --Mrs. Lily H. Pearrell has made many improvements in her lovely home on A street. --Mr. E. L. Rlcbards anticipates erecting a fine house in the near future.' -- Mr. Win. Sohnanffer is having a fine house and bank erected in the cen- tre of the town. --Mrs. PearrelTs sister, Miss F. V. Herring, of Baltimore, will spend the summer with the former ss soon as she closes her school. HYHESEAL. FALK--STRAWSBERGER. Mr. Lawrence Falk and Miss Olive K. Strawsberger, daughter of Mr. J. W. Strawsberger, both of this city, were married at the parsonage of the Evangelical Lutheran church last night by Kev. Dr. Kuhlman. Mr. Frank Bents, of this city, was best man, and Miss Maude Strawsberger, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor. The bride wore a handsome gown of French lawn over white silk and carried roses and smilax. The maid of honor wore a gown of Persian lawn and carried LaFrance roses. The ceremony was witnessed by a number of the friends of the contracting parties. A reception was held at the home of the bride after tbe wedding. The house was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and roses. The bride was the lecipient of many fine presents. STBITS-- EfclXER. Miss Alma R. Keller, of Hagerstown. formerly a pupil ot the Visitation Academy, this city, and Mr. Daniel R. Strite, also of Hagerstown. were married some iime ago in Chambersburg. Pa Tho ·woddinp WJi« s secret on» and the fact that it occurred has just b*^ia announced to their relatives and friends. Trackman Killed. Geo. R. Davis, a yoang man who lived near Rockriile and was employed a* » track hand en the Kensington section of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, was struck by easibonnd train 2so. J4 about iO.ov o'clock ys*Ur5»y t^ccr.i^g :;;CT Capitol View Station. He died from his injuries about 1 30 yesterday after- coon without regaining consciousness. Davis was about 2$ yem of age and unmarried. Helped Organize a Council- Mr. Henry Wineberg has returned from trip to Baltimore, where be assisted in organizing * council of the Dramatic Onter Knights of Kborssan on Monday night. Mr. Wineberg was chairman of the reception committee Be sire that yoor blood is rich and pore. The belt blood purifier, onrinher asdTitftHw»ri»Bood'»S»nmp»rill». Be sure to get Hood'i. An Epidemic of Wboopiag-Gongh. Last winter dariog an epidemic of whooping conjrh mr children contracted the disease, havine severe coneh'ntt spells. We bad ased Chamberlain's Couch Remedy very succesa- fnlly for croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved tbe conrfi and effected a cftmplete cure. * JORX £. CLIJTORIS Proprietor Norwood House, Xortrood, N. 7. This remedy is for sale bv A. I*. Pearra, c,r Ton MW it in Tine N*wk. Carolina Stair Giv«w SOM« Adriee. Prof. W. F. Massey, State Eatocsolo- gi»t of Kortii Cirohca. has written to th« *··!:"? "* *b' MarylaEi Jijarna! as fOliOWfc "1 »rioe that the Maryi*nd truckera are *uU buttliog with the'pea loose. I was saddeal v called 10 go i. th« iit«i'i\jii»rU-rb ol the ·-^t 2rdeciBg lutereet m tbis Siittfc-, s IE regard » she loose that had appeared tbere. I ft/and nWld* uf over iu acj:w lit*rally cotcred with the iu»ecu Oo a corsory examination I aisQiuel that it was the same green Aphii that hotter» n^ so on oar roe** under gUt£a, but tt prove* to be a different opteiee of Aphis. I saw at ones that there wu no tte trying to #ort the peas last spring, and I advised t'-s growers thu epnng to mix tchacoo do*i hberally with the fertilizers they used on the pea crop, and u won as the plants appeared to aust them over with tobacco dojjt, which they oan get cheaply from the smoking tobacco factories, and to renew it as fast as washed off by nun. Some time ago I had a letter from the largest pea grower in ihe State, saying that though some hoe appeared, the tobacco dust kept them down, and they had little trouble from them. In the nght against insects and fungi we toast use prevention rather than cnre. If a man defers putting on the tobacco dust till the insects are there, he will hardly drive them, but if they find the dust as fast as they hatch they will soon give np. Every florist knows the valne of tobacco dust in fighting aphides of any kind, and all this bother about spraying with this, that and the other mixture is a pure waste of time. Tobacco is tbe sovereign remedy for any of the family." KBIEF BITb. i linOjcet of Bright Itema of Local and General Interest. --In China a woman may be divorced for talkativeness. ^ --Graduation presents cause the sender as much worry as the Christmas gifts. --Memorial day--honor the brave, graves. --In these days of nurses and governesses it is a wise mother that knows her own child. --A man's poetry may win a woman, but he's an exception if he's cole to maintain her on it. --Ministers advocate the Sunday closing movement -when it doesn't apply to the eyes of their congregation. --The Hospital Association will hold a strawberry fete on the camotzs at the Woman's College, June 14 and 15. --"Pancake" hats with a twist of velvet around the crown and a rosette looking as if it were falling off tbe brim, are rather smart. --The B. O. Railroad sold thirty excursion tickets to Antietam this morning to Fraderioktonians who wished to attend thp celebration. --"Wid thor backbone broken and thor brains captured," said the janitor philosopher, "th 1 Filipinos are about as har'rnd to kill as a tomcat." --Stocks made of handkerchiefs with turnovers of the embroidered or lace edge, and a bow in the front are jaunty additions to tbe summer toilet. " To Race in Baltimore. Mr. P. Frank Pampo!, Jr., of Braddock, left this morning for Baltimore, where be will enter the 6-mile road race which be run this evening. Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power at South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer, becanse this great remedy can cure them all. It IB a cnre for the whole world of stomach weakness and Indt- zestlon. The cnre begins with th« first dose. The relief It brings Is marvellous and surprising. It makes no failure: never disappoints Xo matter how lone you have suffered, ronr cnre la certain under the use of this great health-giving force. Pleasant and always jafe. Sold by S. Schley Bro.. druggists. Frederick. Md. NOHGES. t^XECUTRIZ'S NOTICE. Thisisto give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Md., letters testamentary on the personal estate of WIULIAM H. MILLER, late of Frederick County. Md., deceased. All persons havinsrclaims against the dec ease*! are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the Sth day of December. 19OO, they may otherwise by law be excludedfromallbenefitof said estate. Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make Immediate payment. JSNME SCHLEY MILLER. m9d5t Executrix. /CORPORATION TAXES. TAXPAYERS OF FKEUEH1CK C1TT and »11 person? liable to be ni-essed for said purpose includinc snch as bave recently removed to the cfty. will Uke notice that i he Commi««ioners of Taie will meet at the Office I the Cirj Register, oa MONDAY, JCXE 4. 1900. ard remain in session from 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 m and from 1 to 4 p. w. daily, dorins two wee»s. to hear appeals, make transfers, asce?? recent improvements and correct the H vy tor 19OO. After adjonrnaen: the bxK« wi I be closed. All citizens who clsi-n relief ought not to live 'i?ht of th5-! meerii :. WILLIAM H. JAMES. THOMAS 5CHUSV. -1ESSK W. STAhR. dmCSjjS ComTOi.-sii ners of Tas. 7OT1CE.--HAYS YOUR WATER -»-» i_'i'JM5t« clrt'i-d. O J.-r-* lefi wi'h Wm. H. KMTi^urs will nceivfr prompt aiiettUm. Geo K Br-cele, W Sixth tet. mZdlrn NOAH E. GRAMEB. R E A L ESTATE. LOAX AND IX5USAXCS. HIGHEST CASH PRICKS PAID FOB EOXDS- STOCKS, MORTGAGES. JUD6- HENTS, NOTES, ESTATES. Call for rate on Bond* Isruad by Tnut C* 1 ·».-.-- Sl£ OOO to loan on mortgage. In sasa to sa 57 borrower, at 5 and 5K P«r cent. 2ix3.-Sl.OOO to loan on notes in SOBS to suit the borrower. FOR SALE. 3rd.-- Desirable city, -village, sn bur ban »cd farm projierty. Call for list. 4tb.-- Brick dwelling 206 N. Market St. 5th_-- Desirable bnsiae-w property near MISCELLANEOUS. J... PUBLIC SALES. Vf wi-is to r*j o- r f*afp««ts to t;.. -ax y wt l:tv you · mT«vM» '4 Hie. - ^ - - F - J, _ ' ail cie i-v^i ta* satofc c^c: file art coira aid «*« vcr LaCiw ssas. Scair Oxlunii. Tb*-r »r«ti.e otsi sh»- twrs lor usadtr feet that !are trer b«*t ia i'mdenek. V.'e ·« 5 cxiaa »!id taad'.. tmi we «^e iofV'!-f after your waa' s all tiie sas;*. HOSKK. We are lorfizf to tt« iroc: C»rtt* St- QPECIAL KOTICE. ff«r i=v!tt i~«r jcobr to e»U as STOCK (JT CHAF Kio8OS ia all thr ttwfatt sh«itrt. :u: uur new A NO. -£i WEST PATKJCK STHEET. BLCMEXAl'EB CO.. Miilloers. FULL LJUSE OK MID8L-MMEK HiTS It: nit lii-r latent »t Ire- Oulilil! l f il» of CVlrry dtMrrtpiloB. Ulbbor.s to all styles fir tUe u«ek acJ wa!«t- Also UibUa Velvets In all wlUitut. Laditu.' Muollit ' N K « 1) MASTi. IB S. JUriut Si.. Jfrixlertct Citr. Ma oetTdir A FTER MAY 25 1 WILL BEiA. GHOCERIES WAV DOWN. pcuad. good » rup. ai)c iwr Killoi: 1770.-ic: caktr soap, frtm ^c 10 5 eake; pure elder vinegar. tUc callon: cocoa, *c; eocxl potatoes. Call anil see coods aad eec prices u 1 bve not space to name them. T. J. WEASKLU 7« Ea»t Taird Street. rpHE MONUMENTAL S. L. ASSOCIATION OF BALTIMORE does NOT issue Building and Loan Stock, but receives money on deposit at 1 PER CENT.. iriJfcdraimWe at any time. 6 PER CENT., vtt/ufrcitffar? after one year. These deposits are secured by first mortgage on real estate and guaranteed by one half million of capital Moci that cannot be withdrawn. For full Inf rotation call upon J. L. M ASSET. apr26dtf City Hotel. A LITTLE- THOUGHT-- WHEN YOU BUY COAL BUY THE BEST COAL. BUY THE CHEAPEST COAL. BUY THE CLEANEST COAL. BUY WHERE YOU GET KPLL WEIGHT. BUY WHEBE YOU GET PKOMPT DELIVERS. BUY FROil MAKKELL TRAIL, OFFICE AND YARD-CARROLL ST. - JEWELRY. At Lanelis' Jewelry Stores are shown the newest designs for the comins season -dainty Jewelry that ·will be in keeping with hot weatuer costumes and make ion feel comfortable: Watches FO small you won't mind their weight, aud beautiful Diamonds, a sure cure for sprice fever. Everything that's new and so plentiful you must come to see to appreciate. Largest Stock. Lowest Prices, Best and Quickest Repairing and Etferavinff, and evervthinsr fully euaranteeri. S. THE JEWELER. 35 N. MARKET. 23 8- MARKET ST. 'Phone 202. Old Gold Bought. HE OSBOEKE. ARKANSAS AND PACIFIC a.VSR . ATLANTIC One square from Heading Dcpu.. a ta3 beach. Excellent in every appointment. Fine table: electric lighting; elevator. Katee, SStoS14. Booklet. mlldTSt MBS. K. J. OSBORNE. W HEN WE SAT ·we are practical Engravers, we mean exactly what we^ say. We mean that we do Engraving in the highest style of the art. No surface scratching, bnt clean-cut, artistic wort, guaranteed to be fully up to the standard of high art, and satisfactory in every particular^ [WILLIAM A. SIMMONS, THE ENGRAVER. NO. 27 N. MAKKET STREET. FREDERICK. MO. ORUSHES. WHITE WASH. DCST. SWEEP, SCRU«, SHOE AND CLOTHES BRUSHES BESAXT KSOTT. C POTATOES. SELECT SEED POTATOES- EARLY ROSE, BEAUTY OF HEBRON. RCRAU NEW VORKES. BESANT KNOTT. FOB BENT. F OR REST--TWO STORY, BRICK house, sis: rooms, No. 92 E. Third St.. low ren to prompt tenant. F. B. Sappingtotu Tj*O -t- S \~ R RENT.-- ROOM ON SECOND Scor; aNo large free on third floor. Kent ' 6th.-- 15 Lots on W. South St Ttb.-- 1 he NoTiti»te property. East Second St. Lot 300x400 back to Third St, improved with large school baildinsr*. 8ta.-- 145 acre fairs near c'ty. 9tb.-- Suburban cottage. N. Market St., with lawn voA stable 10*.-- House and let in WalkersriUe. NOAH B CRAMKEU · Pint National Bofik BtdldUw. Fr«d*rtek, Mil neck chain, probably on 9Urk*t Street, between Sixth and Seventh Streets. A suitable reward. U left m tMa office. m3Oe2t» TjH)R RJ?NT.--DWELLING, STORE -I- room, bake room acd oven, 73 West Patrick Street Also brieS stable on Chapel Alley, between Patrick and Chnrth Streets Apply to Qeorge H. Zimmerman. mxr6dtf F OR BENT.--I HAVE SEVERAL pianos t» rent by tie taosth. H. E. WU- coxon. Music H»11,10ON. Market St. *p21dtf T7«OB BENT.--SIX BOOM. HOUSE A: No. 24 East Fourth St. Applr to 16 8. Martet St. a!8d« T7«OR RSNT.--TWO-STORY BRICK -I? honse No-127 South Market Street possession iamecSlately. Apply to Mrs- G. D. Miller. 131 S,. Market Street. TT'OS KENT.--HOUSS" HO. 72 SAST X? Chnrch Street. Apply «t No. 74 East Church Street. J6dtt F OB BEST.--THE TOBMEB RES- idence of the late Dr. 3. W. Hilleary, situated In PeteravfUe. Most sttracttre none mud deslratU fbr a chnfchs of «rpcri«ac« ta a family «triune ecur-ir? Ilia: 4}% acre? 01 ground attached: poaaadoa taffiedlate.ly. Apslr to J. C. O'DoaneU. Pefcsrrrtlle, Xd. 4- of !itr itr t r«Cc jeli '.«-iity. tu.* a:.c.« i^urf etewj- tor (,! ihf I^*t « ·:! of S^taa JL Tjcaii*. to* ot t reCer-j.-* \*WLOZJ, eieceaj^x!. »si ««st « psolir »»-« at ite f»rt- re-slits** «£ sani d»- ON T 1 o'T.'vrk *,*. 12 . tbf f stf r*«: I ACHE 4SU 2- SQl'AdE PERCHES oi l»td. um»OTui CT a. zoud TWO-STOSY »id til zttess rj . very desirable hoc* acd »rii wiraio a re» hat«irtjJ jrar!» of A KK-»1£ LWKt.Ll.Sti HOl'SK. 2X stories M:ra. i*e«:i if rtrj»ir«l aad no* Us eoodeo^iiiiiou. Usmtdiatvly at Buc DrtWt. irlJh dl «.-!.« .-c t-c-ciW «f 1«BJ . At lise tame lUac sSO tUee iriil U: taii ail tht j.*rti»j.al prwj*rtj' of said tl«rtaj«], coa- et of hott*ei.oW ti ki'eben iunltture, , btdfitetuiv MJJii bcdiilor. Ita. l»hl«*. lot rood cook ttorc uut fixlorrs. kilcb.ec . ti; be*. Itrt tt Tttejrar. 1 baggy. 1 cidch *xtd tell . lor U*K. loi ciapty tw tsivw. 1 copper krttlr. 1 -IOciaiil(c«slTtrs EiACyiirUcirtnoi menuoced. Tfcrics ot Sale cf Heal Estate.-- One-half eoii oa day of sale, or racidcattoc thrfcof by the Urthmiu' Cour% balacv Su 1'^ aonttu; . Tcrn»» of Sale of fe.-notial Property-- All samsof SlOacd iiLdfcr. caab: on »lf samioret Jlo crettil of 6 months by tbe p'orchi'-r JJY- ive note, with approved «teurUy. btmrimia- terejr from day ot sale. No property to be re moved until the terms of mile are eanplloit with. WM- O. BtKKR. Er-- -·"- ·:' c^c-" ji «,sw,,c ,^-(w«^ L. 'a. Brady. AueUoiiber. " At the same time as abore sale, the heirs of Abraham Ihonut* »ill »tll *. lot ot 2 aerea immediately opposite the residence of Susan M. Thornns. deceased Thtre U a ce lot of *rult la full bearing and the lot is beautifully 1 catetl for a duelling. Terms reasonable itud made known at time of sale. CHAKLES I. 7HOJ1AS. FortheUein. RTWAMfffAl SCOTT. A. ELZEY WATERS. FBKI. G. BOYCE. JR. ESTABLISHED 1832. XOWNSEHD SCOTT Sow.. BANKERS AND BROKERS. NO. liSOKTH STREET. BALTIMORE. MD. TyESOOTT, WILCOX HIESTOH, No. 1420 P St. N. W. Washlneton. D. C- RKAI. ESTATE BBOKEBS. MEMBEfiS OP THE W A 8 H 1 N 6 T O » STOCK EXCHANGE. LOANS ON D. C. AND MD. PBOPEBTT. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. U- S. AND MUNICIPAL BONDS AND- LOCAL STOCKS BOTJQET AND SOLD. We can offer for sale a limited number "of real estate notes secured on Improved Waih- Ineton, D. C.. property netting the investor S to 6 per cent. Interest. ol6dwly F OB SALE.--A GOOD BABY CAB- ri 'Ze -with silk umbrella attached, all in good condition, cheao on account of removal Apply at 44 W. Fifth St. m29dtf F OR SALE. --FIVE ACRES OF grass for hay. for sale cheap. Chas. E. Mealey. _ m24dlw F OR SALE.--A FINE THREE^- storr hotise complete hi every r««j West Second Street. Hamilton Lindsay, mldlm a RAND CHANGE TOR A LIVE Man. For fale. boarding and hiring- stables. Superb opportunity, paying big pro- Jit«. Snot's open to fullest investigation. $3000 cash, balance to suit. Address J. O. Hartine. 502 Dolphin St.. Baltimore. mTdeodlm* WANTED., HOME BOARD- V V for three months on mountain farm for wife and two children; must be only boarders: taken. Address, -rtatine terms and reference. R. D. Brown, 108 W. Baltimore St. Baltimore, JId. ' m28d6t* W A N T E D -- T O TRADE DT A horse on piano or organ. H. E- Wit coxon, MTIS!C Hall, 100 N.Market St. apZldtf R. RESCHEDULES. B ALTO. A OHIO R. B. ON AND AFTER SDKDAY.MAT20.1900 DXRJJfT UKX8 4.35 A. iL. except Sunday, for WashlEirtOB. Junction and Way Stations. 6.OO A.M.. dally, for Wasbingtan Cumber land and Way Stations, Philadelphia and New York, and except Sunday for HBC- erstown. Due sTWashlngton a30 A. M. 6.20 A. M.. daily, for Baltimore and Philadelphia acd Now York. Dae at Baltimore S^O A. M. S.10 A. M., except Sunday, for Baltimore and principal Way Stations, Philadelphia and New York. Due at Baltimore 10.25 A. 5L 9.2O A. 3L. exceptSunday.forHarper's Ferry Winchester, Harrisonbnrg and Lextar- tOD- 9.4O A. H.. except Snridar. for Washineton. Philadelphia, and New York. Haager*- towcand Way Stations. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Pittsburg and Chicago. DBS at Washington 11-55 A. H. 1.35 P. M.. except Sunday, for Baltimore and Way Stations, Philadelphia and New York. DneatBeithnoTe430F.M. 4.10 P. M.. dally, for Washington «od Way Ststions. Fhiiadelphia and New York. Cumberland. Cincinnati and St. lends. Dee at Washington 6.50 P. H 4.30 P. JJU daily, for Baltimore aad War Stations. Philadelphia and New York. Do* at Baltimore 7.10 P. M. 2O P. XL, except Sunday, for Washington, Hagerstown, Winchester and Way Star tions, Fittsbnrg. Wheeling, Chicago. Philadelphia «ad New York. Due at Washington 9.40 P. M. 6. 3SA. M.. except Sunday, from dneinnatL Plttsbnrg. Washington Junction and Way Statwns. Baltimore and Wasting- " ton mail arrives on this train. ti~5O A. .M- except Sunday, from ill. Airy and Way Stations. 35 A. JL. except Snnday. from Winchester, Hagerstown and Way Station:. 1O.1S A. M-. except Sunday, from Baltimore. . and Way Stations. Philadelphia and N«w , York. Z0.5O A. M-, except Sandal, from T?Bhln££B9 and Way Stations. t 11J27 A. SU Sunday only, from Wasitcetoa and Way Stations. St. Lottls. and Chieaev and Wheeling. J 12J2S P. M-. Snnday only, from Baltimore. Way Stations Philadelphia and " 2.O3 P. 3S., except Snnday. from St. Loidt- j CIi»inn»ti and Chteaeo, New York. PhO-' adelphla. Washington. Bagerstowa. Lexington and Way Stations. , 3.45 P. M-, Sunday only, from WasbingtoB J and Way SuaonsTSt. Loci*, i~ ' 4.OO P. B-iBtcept Sunday, from andWay StsSow, *~" ' New York, S.45 P. H..exe«ptSunday, fromWashmrfc and Way Stations. Philadelphia. N York. Plttsbnresnd Chicago. 50 P. M-» except Sunday, iruui Balffintavi and way Stations. PMiadeilphi* and 2f«W,i York. 8.O5 P. «U dally, {rant Batttmort and Wa Station.*, S5 P. 1L, except Snadar. from Wa Cnmoerland. Eagerstown, and WftrStattoaa. To Curs s Ooagh in One D*y To Cure a Cold in One Day To Cure Sore Throat in (tea Dsy To Cure Hoarsenes* in One Day Take Cleveland's Lung Healer, 2SC. {r.i!s to cn-e, vre the undersigned will ' rally ~ef and yoar money. Trial cue i J. H. K«Uer, 139 North M*rtat St.

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