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Baltimore Daily Record (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Baltimore, Maryland 42the daily record tuesday january 13, 1891the Dail record. A published bythe daily record co. Office. To. 106 Easlea Yette St p1r&otor8 Harry m. Be tidings a Edwin j. Farber David Stewart will and a. Hammond William h. Bay less Harry e. Maim Frederick w. Feld Ner. Samuel j. Harman John p. Brown John Warfield Edwin Warfield and Louie p. Henni Urhausen. Lie Nee every morning sunday excepted and served by Carrier at i cents a week or 50 cent6 a month pay aith1 to the Carrier. Persons wishing to be served can leave their names at the office. Single copies on Sale at the office and by new dealers at 2 cents. Mailed to subscribers for $ to per annul payable in Advance entered at the po8 a Pond class matter. Office at Baltimore or am uskmknt8. Harris Academy of Brothers in fold s opera the comforts of a Albany lyceum thepaut. Ort mending january 14, Lour nights. Ani bet g opera company. Lisman a 1 he City club Quot burlesque company. Tuesday a Yauky 13, 1891. It is with pain t ii at we note the death of or. Thomas Owings a promising Young member of the Baltimore bar. He died on saturday at Asheville North Carolina whither he had gone in Illust of health. A Vear ago he had an attack of the Grippe Winch developed into consumption. Leave have their time to fall Flowers to Lade a but thou Hast All seasons for thine own. Obi the Chicago bar association will hold its annual meeting to Day at 5 p. At the club room of the Palmer House. I he application of John c. Everett and Frank e. Makeel for membership will be acted upon. The following amendment to the bylaws purposed at the last meeting will be considered a article Xxiii. It shall be the duty of the Board of managers of the association in the name of the association to make arrangements for the holding of a caucus of All the members of the Bai of Cook county on some saturday in some convenient place in the county building to make nominations for judicial of lets which May hereafter at any time be about to he tilled by election by the voters of the county. That said Board shall select the Day for such a a aut us in Apt time a so As to precede the nomination by any political party for such offices. That it shall he the duty of the said Board to appoint four members of this association As tellers to superintend said caucus and conduct the same and announce the result to the Secretary who shall thereupon cause the same to be. Published in the daily papers. It shall be the duty of the secret at to announce the calling of such a caucus by publishing notices in the daily papers the Chicago j Agal news and the daily Law bul Utin or by mailing a letter or postal card to every member of the bar at least three Days before the Day selected for the holding of the caucus. All expenses incurred by the said Board in carrying out this by Law shall be paid by Hie association through its Fred. A. Smith of Smith Luelmer a Moulton is president of the association Aud George a. Cass Legal news. A. Alumni a a no Pitt iou of flit1 Law school. There will be a meeting of the alumni association of the Law department of. The University of Maryland of thursday january 15th, at 8 i. at the St. James hotel. Otlie ers for the ensuing year will be elected Aud other business will be transacted. At 9 of clock a subscription supper will be served. Cd it no rfcs. Thomas median 93? North Calvert Street and Mathias a. I Huger 229 South Broadway were selected yesterday by the supreme Bench As grand jurors in place of those excused. The mercantile Trust to Deposit co., one of the defendants in Hie Case. Of Henry e. Bonne against the Baltimore amp drum Point Railroad co. It a1., by Isidor Hayner William a. Fisher and Brown a Brune its solicitors tiled its answer yesterday in the circuit court to the Bill of complaint praying for a receiver of the Railroad company. The answer admits the incorporation of the Railroad company the terms of the charter Etc. And that it made to Hie mercantile Trust a Deposit co. On the 1st of february lbs a deed of Trust to secure the payment of #1,500,000 of its Bonds. The answer claims that before a Bond Holder can take Independent proceedings such As the plaintiff has taken it must be show a that application to tile trustee As the representative of All the bondholders Hue been made to take measures to protect them and that the trustee has refused to take such Steps and it is denied that any such application has been made to the i rust co. It claim tin the circuit tour is without jurisdiction to entertain the Bill of complaint for the Sale of the property because no court of equity is entitled to entertain a Bill for the Sale of the property upon any allegation of fact to do anything Rio in than merely take control of it for its Protection subject to the rights of the trustee under the deed of Trust and other Bond holders Only when the application is of at least of majority in amount of the Bonds. And further j states that by virtue of the terms of the j deed of Trust the right is reserved to the majority of the Bond holders to control the question As to the Sale of the Road. But should the court be of opinion that a receiver is necessary it claims that it should be appointed to such Powes As it holds of the Legal title. The answer prays that the Bill of complaint be dismissed. Annapolis notices. First insertion t Annapolis january 12,1891. Or. L. Dorsey Gassaway ha9 been appointed Teller of the Farmers National Bank of Annapolis and will enter upon his duties on the 15th inst. Vim. Pinkney Whyte attorney 104 e. Lexington Street. This is to give notice that the subset ber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters testamentary on the estate of Hobert Mitchell. Late of said . All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same. With the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the ish Day of july next they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Benefit of said estate. A persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. Given under her hand this 12ch Day of january 1891. Nannie key Mitchell j a n 13.20.27f el>3 executrix. Male Gal notices second insertion. The divorce Mill. Sarah a. Kemp was granted an absolute divorce yesterday from Thomas p. Kemp. Mary p. Heig Heimer was granted a divorce a mensa to Thoro from John p. Heig Heimer. Emma Thomas was grouted a similar divorce from William s. Thomas. Adrian m. Hab org was granted an absolute divorce from Mary e. Hab org and win. Lien was granted a similar divorce from Dora Lien. Josephine in Gittere was also granted an absolute divorce from William o. Gittere. A chg Boni. The executor of Walter it. Abell qualified yesterday. Messes. Edwin f. And George Vav. Abell the executors named in the last will and testament of the late Walter it. Abell gave Bond yesterday in the penalty of $ loud too and qualified in t he orphans court As such executors. This indicates a personal estate of 50u,- it a j. The Fidelity Aud Deposit company of Maryland furnished the Bond. The masses. Abell could easily have furnished personal Security for the required amount As friends offered to become surety for them but they preferred to pay a corporation and thus relieve themselves of obligations. Or Walter Abdla a personal estate is bequeathed to his wife and children. His widow will receive Oue third the remaining two thirds will be held by messes. Edwin f. And George w. Abell in Trust for his three children. From the financial circular of John a. Ham tile ton by co. Tit k financial situation and the Markut. The financial situation has so greatly improved As to be scarcely re cognizant in in comparison with its condition thirty Days since. At Home and abroad there is a much More confident feeling and As was generally anti i rated Money is daily growing More abundant and All indications Point to a very easy Money Market and Low rates. The past veal was not generally satisfactory although it might have been worse and those who kept Pace with the times especially in Tho negotiation of new securities have no cause for complaint of the contrary would be quite willing to have a repetition of the profits of 18510. A the Quick recovery from the late depression Aud especially the remarkable fact that notwithstanding the Many millions of new Securi ties placed on the mar Here has been or car eely a default Iii interest payments is a most encouraging feature and shows that the Many new enterprises Are based upon solid foundations. The rank of England has reduced its rate to 4 per cent., and the new York Banks continue to gain in Reserve and the Clearing House certificates Aie rapidly being surrendered the meeting of Railroad presidents in new York promises to result in the establishment and maintenance of remunerative rates which cannot fail to have a beneficial effect upon earnings. It is too Early to prognosticate crop prospects but so far the heavy snows Are what is most desired for the Protection and fertilizing of Winter wheat. Business during the coming year will be conducted upon conservative principles and while the present upward movement in speculative stocks May be. And no doubt will be. Subject to reverses there �?T8 every reason to look unsubstantial improvement in sound securities. The Only discouraging feature of the situation at present is the apprehension of unwise financial legislation by Congress. To Berjis no necessity for any legislation regarding the currency and there Are Many reasons Why Sliver inflation and free coinage should not be indicted upon the country. As the party in Power can not be in a Happy state of mind Over it defeat on the Force Bill it May be that Iii retaliation free coinage May fail a much to Law desired notices. First i insert Ion. Goodwin it Culbreth attorneys us North Calvert Street. A in Baltimore City orphans court. January. 12th, 1891. Ordered that the Sale of the leasehold estate of John to. H. Coburn deceased made by Richa to s. Culbreth the administrator c. T. A. It tie said deceased in pursuance of the Laws of Maryland vesting the orphans1 court of said state with the Power to order the Sale of leasehold estate irad this Day reported to i his court by the said administrator c. T. A. La ratified and confirmed unless cause lie shown to the contrary on or before tile 12th Day of february next provided a copy of this older to Nisei Ted in some daily newspaper published in the City of Baltimore at least once a week for three successive weeks Bel Ore the said 12th Day of february next. The report states the amount of sales to be four thousand nine Hundred dollars $4.900. Kobert Lbanks a a ,20.27 Register of wills i Rue copy a test Robert t. Ban Kab Register of will tor Baltimore City. I. J. Dottie attorney 313 St. Baul Street. In Baltimore City orphans court. January. 12iu, lt>91. Ordered hat the Sale of the leasehold estate of James Edgar Cooke and Fannie a. Cook e. In by o Lonzo w. Cooke the guardian of said infants in pursuance of the Laws of Maryland vesting the orphans court of said state with the Power to order the Sale of leasehold estate and this Day reported to this court by the said guardian Lee ratified and con firmed Buteas cause be shown to the contrary on or before the 12th Day of february next provided a copy of this order lie inserted in some daily newspaper published in the City of bal Tironie. At least once a week tor three successive weeks before the said 12th Day of february next. The report states the amount of sales tube three Hundred dollars if Jug Robert t. Banks jl3.2j.27 Register of wills. True copy teat Kobert t. Ban is Register it wills tor Baltimore City. La pkg Al Blanks of All kinds in hand and furnished to order atthe office of tub daily record. John f. Gontrum attorney Towson Rohls is to give notice that the sub a Scriber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters of testamentary on the estate of Caroline d. Rhew web late of said . All persons having claims against said deceased arc hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the loth Day of july next 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 12th Day of january. 1891. John f. Gon Trum. Towson. Md., j 13.20,27. F 3 executor. Second insertion. Thomas Hughes attorney 218 St. Paul St. Mph is is to give notice that the sub i Scriber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters testamentary on the estate of Helen m. Betts late of said . A persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber of or Bel Ore the 8th Lay of july next Tho Reily otherwise. By Law. Be excluded trom All Benefit of said estate. All Perse us indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. Givin under my hand this 5th Day of january 1891. Alfred Hughes. Ufi 13.20.27 executor. Everett j. Waring attorney no. 217 court land Street. Rail Isis to give notice that the sub-1 Scriber Hae obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters of administration on the estate of John g. Williams late of said . All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 8th Day of july next 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 5th Day of january 1891. Everett j. Waring j i. 13.20,27 a d in i n i s t Rato r. Job a. Buschina attorney 14 East Lexing a ton Street. Rpm is to give notice that the sub i scribers have obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters of administration on the estate of Ann Maria Crawford formerly Sanford late of said City. Deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the sub scribers on or before the 8th Day of july next 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 our hands this 5th Day of january 189t. John a. Crawford. Francis a. Buschman Joti. 13.20,27 administrators. A Quot a a Quot in i. I. Amp i. C. Henna Glausen attorneys 108 e. Lexington St. Aphis is to give notice that the sub-1 Scriber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters of administration Oil the estate of George Theodorf Schmidt late of said . All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same. With the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 13th Day of july next 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 unde Ray land this 5th Day of january. T891. Gertrude Schmidt. Administer matrix j�.13.20,27 2027 Orleans Street. Ii. Arthur stump attorney. 211 St. Paul at. In Baltimore City orphans1 court Jan Juary Lith 1891. Ordered that the Sale of the real estate of Java is Stirling deceased in de by la. Arthur stump the executor of the said deceased in pursuance of the Laws of Maryland vesting the orphans1 court of said state with the Power to Ord a the Sale of leasehold estate and this Day reported to this court by the said executor be ratified and confirmed unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before the 5th Day of february next provided a copy of this order be inserted in some daily newspaper published in the City of Baltimore at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said 5th Day of february next. The report states the amount of sales to be two thousand two Hundred dollars 2,200geo. W. Lindsay Danh. Gans Wil. A m f. E d a h is. J ii 13.20 judges. True copy test Robert t. Banks Register of wills for Baltimore City. Thou. A. Whelan attorney 14 St. Paul St. Pm is is to give notice that the sub-1 scribers have obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters testament Tarpon the estate of Luke Tiernan late of said City. Deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same. With the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscribers on or lie Ore the 13tii Day of july next they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Benefit of said estate. All person indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. Given under our hands this 5th Day of january. 1891. Outerbridge Horsey Thomas a Whelan Joti 13.20.27 executors. Quot Phis is to give notice that the sub-1 Scriber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters of administration on the estate of Charles no of. Hig gins late of said City. Deceased. All persons Hay wig claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same. With the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 13th Day of july next they May otherwise by Law tie excluded from All Benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 5th Day of january 1891. Elizabeth Higgins. 606 n. Boud Street jafi.13.2u.27 dividends. Ccitizens1 nation a lean Halti Mohe. December just. 1830. A Semi annual dividend of five per this Day declared to stockholders of record december 31st, 1890, payable on or after january 13>h. 1891. ,5.8,10.13 we. H. Of Connell this is to give notice that the subscriber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City i tiers of administration on the estate of Hester Eney late of said Eity deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 8th Day of july next they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Liene fit of said est to. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 3d Day of january 1891. Jos it. Eney no. To w. Cone Way Street j0,13,20,27 administrator Adrian Hughes solicitor 218 St. Paul St pills is to give notice that the sub a Scriber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters of administration on the estate of Eliza Corl late of said . All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby Warnel to exhibit the same with the vouch ors the red legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 8th Day of july next 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 31st Day of december. 1890. Adrian Hughes Jan i 13.20.27, administrator. Propert is ales. Third insertion. It. T. Smith attorney 102 West Fayette St. In Baltimore City orphans1 court december 29th, 185 0. Ordered that the Sale of the leasehold estate of Samuel Jarden deceased made by Robert t. Smith the administrator of the said deceased in pursuance of the Laws of Maryland vesting the orphans1 court of said state with the Power to order the Sale of leasehold estate and this Day reported to this court by the said administrator be ratified and confirmed unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before the 29th Day of january next provided a copy of this order be inserted in some daily newspaper published in the City of Baltimore at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said 29th Day of january next. The report states the amount of sales to be fourteen Hundred and forty dollars $1,440. Rubert t. Banks Register of wills. True copy test Robert t. Banks. D30j6.13 Register of wills for Baltimore City. James Vav. Denny attorney 2fi9 St. Paul St. Rohls is to give notice that the sub a scribers have obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters of administration on the estate of Caroli n e of said . All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscribers on or Belove the 1st Day of july next they May otherwise by excluded from All Benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make immediate payment. Given under our hands this 29th Day of december. 1890. Rebecca l. Walsh James w. Denny. D30j6,13,20 administrators. Frederick w. Feldner attorney 16 East Lexington St. In Baltimore City orphans1 court december 29th. 1890. Ordered that the Sale of the leasehold estate of Bernhard m Kyeu. Deceased made by Frederick w. Felon or. The executor of the said deceased in pursuance of the Lawson Maryland vesting the orphans1 court of said state with the Power to order the Sale of leasehold estate and this Day reported to this court by the said executor be ratified Aud confirmed. Unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before the 29th Day of january next provided a copy of this order be inserted in some daily newspaper published in the City of Baltimore at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said 29tli Day of january next. The report states the amount of sales to be one thousand dollars $ijkj0.00. Kobert t. Banks <130-ja6.13 Register of wills. True Colly test Robert t. Banks Register of wills for Baltimore City. Fourth insertion. Marcus Ritgert attorney. 119 Eastern a. Run is is to give notice that the sub a Scriber has obtained from the orphans1 court of Baltimore City letters testamentary Tiou on the estate of Theresia Schwoerer late of said . All persons having claims against said deceased Are hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 26th Day of june next 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 22d Day of december 1890. Marcus i the it d23,30,j0,13 executor. Property Les. First insertion. J. To. Sill. Bryant. Solicitors no. 112 a Lexington Street. John f. Gontrum solicitor Towson. Mary Maryland. Trustees1 Sale a Filiti. Of valuable fee simple property no. 222 Patterson Street. By virtue of a decree of the circuit court no. 2 of Baltimore City. The undersigned trustees will sell at Public auction at the real estate Exchange. No. 122 East Fayette Street. On thursday the 5th Day of february 1891. At i of clock p.m., All that piece or a Roel of ground in Baltimore City. Situate on the West Side of Patterson Street. Beginning for the same at the Southwest Corner of Dailey a House and running thence North Wardly binding on Patterson Street 20 feet to Jones Slot thence Wes Wardly about 54 feet to Patterson a South Wardly b tiding on patterson1� lot to Dailey Slot and thence East Wardly binding on Dailey Slot to place of beginning. In fee simple. For title see died from Edward me Lea be administrator to John g. Theile. Liber g. E. S. No. 190 Folio 215, . Also deed from John b. Morris to John a theile. Liber a. No. 303 Folio 42. Acc., Laud record books of Baltimore City. Improved by a two and one half Story Brick Hulse with two Story Brick Back building. Terms of Sale a one third Cash. Balance in 6 and 12 months with interest and Security or ail Cash at purchasers option a Deposit of 200 required at time of Sale. Howard Bryant John f. Goni rum. Trustees. Taylor amp Creamer Jau 13,17.20,24,27.31 f eb3.5 a auctioneers. Bena Naer amp Calwell attorneys Bank of Baltimore building. Mortgagees Sale Mhz. Of two irredeemable ground rents of 140 Kach issuing out of. Properties nos. 854 and856 West North Avenue. By virtue of the Power contained in a deed of mortgage from Tho. E. Thompson and wife to Sarah Louisa we Empe Devisee Aud executrix bearing Date the 3rd Day of december 1886, and recorded among the mortgage records of Baltimore county in Liber j. W. S. No. 124. Folio 507, arc., i will a Cli at the sex two yearly rents of 140 each issuing respectively out of the two following p Arce is of group d beginning for the first parcel thereof at a Point Distant 67 feet Easterly from the Corner formed by the intersection of the North Side of North Avenue and the Northeast Side of Linden running thence northerly at right angles to North Avenue 90 feet to the South Side of a 10-foot Alley thence Easterly bounding on the South Side of said Alley with the use thereof in common and parallel with North Avenue 16 feet and 6 inches thence southerly 90 feet to the North Side of North Avenue and thence Westerly bounding on North Avenue 16 feet and 6 inches to the place of beginning. And beginning for the second parcel thereof at a Point Distant 83 feet and 6 inches Easterly from the Corner formed by the intersection of the North Side of North Avenue and the Northeast Side of Linden Avenue and running thence northerly at right angles to North Avenue 90 feet to the South Side of a to foot Alley thence Easterly bounding on the South Side of said Alley Wien the use thereof in common and parallel with North Avenue 16 feet and 6 inches thence southerly 90 feet to the North Side of North Avenue and thence Westerly bounding on North Avenue 16 feet and 6 inches to the place of beginning. Each lot being improved by a substantial three Story Brick dwelling. Terms of Sale Cash. A Deposit of 100 will be required of the purchaser of each rent at titties of Sale. Sarah Louisa Wempe Devisee and executrix mortgagee. Benzinger amp Calwell attorneys. Taylor a Creamer jai13,17,20,24,27,31feb2 auctioneers. Join pea land Brown attorney 5 East Fayette Street. Trustees Sale of dwelling no. 318 East Townsend Street. By virtue of a decree of the circuit court of Baltimore City i will sell at Public auction on the premises on wednesday january 14. 1891. At 4 of clock p. M., the following leasehold lot of Grund in Baltimore City beginning on the North Side of Townsend Street at the distance of 121 feet West from the Northwest Corner of Townsend and Barclay streets and running t hence West on Townsend Street. 15 Lent thence North parallel with Barclay Street 80 feet to an Alley to feet 8 inches wide thence East on the South Side of said Alley with the use thereof in common 15 feet. And thence South 80 Lect to Trie beginning. Improved by a three Story Brick dwelling with two Story Back building. Annual ground rent 90. Terms one third Cash balance in six auda twelve months with All Cash. At purchaser1� option. A Deposit of 100 will be required of purchaser at the Sale. John Fem la in Brown trustee. To y of k a c r a m Elk. Dec23,24,3ljau7,13,14 auctioneers. Benj. F. Horwitz solicitor 22 East Lexington Street trustees Sale of the Brownstone front dwelling no. 1620 St Paul Street. In pursuance of a decree of the circuit court of Baltimore City. The undersigned a trustee will Otter for Sale. At Public auction at the Rea l Esi ate Exchange Sale rooms. No. 122 Effir Fayette Street Iii said City on thursday january 15, 1891. At i of clock p. A. The following property Viz All that lot of g Roun d situate in said City and beginning on the West Side of St. Paul Street at the distance of 47 feet 8 inches southerly from the Southwest Corner of Lanval and St. Paul streets and running thence southerly on St. Paul Street 15 feet 8 inches thence Westerly parallel with Lan Vale Street 80 feet to a to foot Alley thence northerly on said Alley with the use thereof in common with others 15 feet 8 inches Aud thence Easterly parallel with Lanvale Street 80 feet to the beginning. This lot is improved by the three Story Brownstone front dwelling with Bay window known As no. 1620 St. Paul Street. It is subject to the animal rent 141, redeemable after ten years from june 28. 1888, at 6 per cent., and also to one seventh of a mortgage for 10.500�?that is to say. 1,500�?which will be due May 19. 1891. Terms of Sale one third Cash. Balance id and 12 Mouths or All Cash. Us purchaser May elect the credit payments to Bear interest from the Day of Sale and to be secured by the notes of the purchaser or purchasers endorsed to the satisfaction of the trustee. A payment of 150 will be required at the Sale from the purchaser. Iiene Amin f. Horwitz trustee. 22 East Lexington Street. To y to r a c ii Eamer. Dec25,27.30, jan2,6.9.12,15 a of partnership n ot1ce of dissolution of limited partner Iii p. Web have on hand a lot of lease hold mortgages of the old form which we will sell at Avery Low quantities to so it. We will keep Only the i a whiter forms in the future. A the daily ids e. Fayette Street. The e la i Ted partners in heretofore existing Between the undersigned under the name of the a Virginia Rock Spring com a any limited was dissolved on the first Day of january in the year eighteen Hundred and ninety one. Philip Stern. Special partner. John in Wildman Leonard c. Treherne. General partners. Trio business formerly conducted by the a Virginia Rock Spring company limited will be continued by the under signed at the same place under the name of the a Virginia Kock Spring company a John b. Wildman. Leonard c. Treherne Jad 133x1.27f3,10 125 w. Fayette Street co partnership notice. Phi undersigned hereby give x Noticia that they have entered into a a Ken Reship for the purpose of conducting in the City of Baltimore in the state of Maryland a retail drug business under the name of j. C. Linsmeier a co., Joseph c. Linsmeier who resides in said City Aud state is the general partner and Albert in Hoen. Who resides in the same place is the special partner and the said Albert b. Hoen has contributed in Cash. To the common Stock of said a Ken e ship the sum of one thousand dollars. The said partnership is to commence on the 6th Day of january 1891, and to terminate on the 6th Day of january 1894. Baltimore. January with. 184 1. Jus. C. Linsmeier general partner Albert b. Huen special partner. J-7,143ilj88,f 4,11
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