1 Baltimore L. Transcript: J.L. & Gen. Intelligence 1 (1868-1869)

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Vol. I.

BALTIlORE, SATURDA7Y, OCTOBER 17, 1868.

No. 1.

Orders Circuit Court.
N ,THE CIRCU(IT C()UR'T      OF BALTI-
tMORE CITY-SrwE'rt      itni'n TEaut, 1868.
Julia E. Barnes vs. Morthuer C. Barnes.
The olject of the bill is a decree of divorce a
inculo matriionli, of complainant from deln-
lant, and the award of the guardianship to her
)f the iiflnt child of the parties. The substane
)f the bill is that the parties married in July,
1859, and that said child is the ti-st of said mar-
dage; that defendant was of dissipated habits;
that his conduct towards complainant and his
Lisage of her was excessively vicions and cruel;
that he several times made attempts upon her
life; that he has failed to support her or the said
child, both being supported by her own etiorts,
aided by her family and friends; that defendant
abandoned and deserted complaient over three
years ago; that said abandonment is delibrate and
final, and without reasonable hope or expectation
of reconciliation; that complainant will never
again trust the safety of her life or person in the
keeping of defendant, or consent to live with him
again.
It is thereupon, by this court, this 22d day of
Septembec, 1868, ordered, That the complainant,
by causing a copy of this order and of the object
and snbstance of said bill to be published in
some daily newspaper issued in the city ot Bal-
timore, once a week four consecutive weeks be-
fore the twenty-second day of October next,
give notice thereof to the said non-resident de-
fendant, and warm him to be and appear in this
Court, in person or by solicitor, on or before the
twenty-third day of January next, to answer said
bill and show cause if any he hath, why a decree
should not be entered as prayed, otherwise said
bill will be taken pro confesso against him.
JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test:
JAMEs R. BREWER, Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTI-
IMORE CITY, SEPTEMBER2 7, 1868.
Johann Franz et al. vs. George Streb et al.
Ordered, That the sale made and reported by
Philip C. Friese, trustee, of the part of the pro-
perty mentioned in the above proceedings, be
r4ified and confirmed, unless cause to the con-
trary thereof be shown on or before the 26th day
of October next; provided a copy of this order
be inserted in some newspaper printed in Balti-
more, once in each of three successive weeks be-
fore the 20th day of October next.
The report states the amount of sale to be
$1,600.      JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test:
JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
N NTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTI-
MORE CITY, SEPTEMBER 292, 1868.
Johann Franz et al. vs. George Strebhet al.
Ordered, That the sale made and reported by
Philip C. Friese, trustee, of the real estate men-
tioned in the above proceedings, be ratified and
confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof,
be shown on or before the 22d day of October
set, provided a copy of this order be inserted
in some newspaper printed in Baltimore, once
in each of three successive weeks before the 22d
day of October next.
The report states the amount of ground rents
to be $30 per annum and the bonus 81,400.
JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test:
JAMER R. BREWER, Clerk.
jNTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTI-
IMORE CITY, SEPTEMDER TtM, 1808.
Barroll vs. Barroll, &c.
 OrcerpdThat the sale made and reported by I.
N. Steele and William Pinkney Whyte, Trustees,
of the property mentioned in the above proceed-
ings, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to
the contrary thereof be shown on or before the
19th day of October next; provided, a copy of this
order be inserted in some daily newspaper print-
ed In Baltimore once in each of three successive
weeks before the 19th day of October next.
The report states the amount of sale to be
$14,035.      JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test.
JAMES 1. BREWER, Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTI-
MORE CITY-SEPTEMBER TERM, 1868.
Eliza Johnson vs. Henry Brocker and wife.
Ordered, That the sale made and reported by
Samuel Snowden, Trustee, of the leasehold pro-
perty mentioned in the proceedings in this cause,
be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the
contrary thereof be shown on or before the twen-
 th day of October next-provided, a copy of
this order be inserted in some daily newspaper
)rinted in Baltimore, once in each of three sue-
eessi ve weeks before the said 20th day of October
next.
The report statts the amount of sale to be $850.
JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test:
.1rns R. BtEwEi, Clerk.

Orders Circuit Court.
IN THE CItCU[T COURT OF BALTI-
MORE CITY, Sii-TiEMBER TrMw, 1868.
SaiuelHarlan and John Taylor Gauscr-s. Daniel
8. Lefller.
The object of this bill is to procure a release of
a mnortgaee on certain property therein mnen-
tioned. The bill states that the complainants,
with a certain Elijah Hollingsworth, constituted
the irm of Harlan, Hollingsworth, & Company,
in the city of Wilmington, Delaware, until the
0th day of November, 1866. when said Elijah
Hlolliugsworth departed this lifo; that whilst so
conducting business in the aforesaid city, the
said firm ipurchased from one George It. H.
Lell'i:r certain leasehold property situate and
lying In the city of Baltimore, muore particularly
described in a deed of assignment dated on the
9th day of November, 1860; that said firm pur-
chased said property in good faith, and paid
fterefor the whole amount of purchase money
mentioned in said deed-there being at that time
no liens or Incumbrances thereon; that on the
19th of June, 18S, the said property was sold to
one Henry Molt%, of the city of Baltimore, who
was to have received a title to the same clear and
unincumbered. It is further alleged that on the
17th day of February, 1844, the said Geo. R. 1I.
Leflier executed a mortgage on said property to
Daniel S. Leffler, the defendant in this cause, to
secure the payment of certain judgments, therein
described, and although the aforsaid judgments,
together with all interests and costs, have long
since been satisfied and paid, yet the said mort-
gage remains unreleased, and operates as a cloud
to the title of said proprety, and prevents the
complainants from availing themselves of the
sale to said Moltz; and the said Daniel S. Leffler
refuses to resign and execute a release of the
mortgage aforesaid, although frequently solicited
to do so. The complainants seek relief in the
premises by a decree of this court. It Is also al-
leged that the said Daniel S. Leffler is not now a
eitizen of Maryland, and does not reside therein.
It is thereupon ajudged and ordered, that the
complainants, by causing a copy of this order to
be inserted In some daily newspaper published
In the city of Baltimore, once in each of four suc-
cessive weeks before the twenty-sixth day of Oc-
tober, 1868, give notice to the absent defendant
of the object and substance of this bill, and warn
him to appear In this court in person or by soli-
citor, on or before the 26th day of January, 1860,
to answer the premises, and show cause, if any
he has, why a decree should not pass as prayed.
JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test:
JAMEs R. BREWER, Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTI-
MORE CITY.
John H. Lamdin vs. Sarah A. Lamdin.
The object of this bill is to obtain a decree for
divorce, a vinculo matrimonii, of the complainant
from defendant.
The bill states that the parties were married in
the city of Baltimore, in the month of April, 1859;
that the complainant continued to live with and
provide the said defendant with every comfort
until the 7th day of September last when she
left him and fled from the city with a certain
person, with whom and with divers other men
she has, as is alleged, committed the act of adul-
tery; and that he said defendant now resides out
of the State of Maryland.
It is thereupon ordered, this 14th day of Sep-
tember, 1868, that complainant cause a copy of
this order, together with the object and substance
of the bill, to be inserted in some daily news-
paper published in the city of Baltimore, once a
week for four successive weeks before the 14th
day of October, 1868, giving notice to the absent
defendant in said bill, and warning her to appear
in this Court, in person or by solicitor, on or be-
fore the 14th day of January, 1869, to show
cause why a decree should not pass as prayed.
JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test:
JAMER R. BREWER, Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTI-
MORE CITY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1868.
John W. League ct al. vs. Joseph T. S. Mc-
Kinley et al.
Ordered, That the sale made and reported by
Philip C. Friese, trustee, of the property men-
in the above proceedings, be ratified and con-
firmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof, be
shown on or before the 19th day of October next
-provided, a copy of this order be inserted in
some newspaper printed In Baltimore, once in
each of three successive weeks, before the 19th
day of October next.
The report states the amount of sales to be
$1.525.      JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
True copy-Test:
JAMES R. BnEWER, Clerk.
W J. O'BRIEN,
S      ATTORNEY AT LAW,
51 West Fayette street.

Orders Circuit Court.
IN TIfE CIRCUIT COURT        OF BALTI-
MORE CITY, OCTOBER 1, 1k08.
Luther M. Reynolds vs. Robert K. Huntt.
Ordered, That the sale made and reported by
Benj. F. Horwitz, trustee in the above entitled
Cause, he ratified and confirmed, unless cause to
the contrary thereof be shown on or before the
24th day of Ottober, 188; provided a copy of
this order be inserted in some newsliaper printed
In Baltimore once in each of three successive
weeks before the said 24th instant.   ,
The report states the amount of sales to be
$1,100.      JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
Trite copy-Test.
JAMES R. BREWER, Clerk.
Trustees' Sales.
T RUSTEE'S SALE OF A DESIRABLE
DWELLING HOUSE on South Green
street, No. 47, in fee simple, at public auction.
Br virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of
Baltimore City, the undersigned, as trustee in
tne case of Dorsey and others vs. Chatard and
others, will offer at public sale, on the premises,
No. 47 S. Green street, on Friday, the 23d day of
October, 1868, at four o'clock, p. m., the follow-
ing property, to wit:
All that lot of ground situate on the east side
of Green street, between Lombard and Pratt sts.,
beginning at, the distance of 17 feet south of
Lombard street, having a front of 16 feet on the
cast side of Green street, with a depth of 63 feet.
The improvements consist of a two story and
attic dwelling and two story back building, with
all the modern conveniences. The let is in fee
simple.
. The terms of sale, as prescribed by the decree,
are, one-third cash, and the balance in six and
nine months; the credit payments to be secured
to the satisfaction of the trustee; or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser.
ALLEN E. FORRESTER, Trustee,
No. 28 St. Paul st.
F. W. BENNETT,& CO.,
Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE, OF VALUABLE
LAND, ON PHILADELPIA ROAD.
By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of
Baltimore City, the - undersigned, trustee, will
sell at public auction, at the Exchange Sales-
room, Second street, Baltimore, on Thursday,
October 22, 1868, at one o'clock, p. m., I
A valuable Tract of Land on the Philadelphia
turnpike road, about four miles from Baltimore
city, containing about one hundred and twenty-
three acres of land, upon which are valuable
iron ore banks.
This land was formerly owned by John Willet,
and adjoins the road leading from the Philadel-
phia road to Scharp's Mill.
Terms of sale, as prescribed by decree, are-
one-third cash, one-third In four months, and
one-third in eight months, with interest.
Credit payments to be secured by bonds or
notes endorsed to the satisfaction of trustee.
WM. PINKNEY WHYTE, Trustee.
F. W. BENNETT & CO.,
Auctioneers.

Trustees' Sales, &c.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
i   Under and by virtue of a writ of fieri
f-acias on condemnation issued from the Court
of Common Pleas, to me directed, in the case
of Williara Adreon, Willian J. Adreon, and Ed-
ward L Thomas vs. Benjamin R. Mears, I will
sell at the Court Rouse door, In the city of Bal.
timore, on Saturday, the 17th day of October,
1808, at 12 o'clock M., to the highest bidder for
cash, all the right, title, interest and estate of
said Benjamin 11. Mears, in and to the followine
describied property, viz:
All that parcel of ground situate in the city of
Baltimore, beginning on the northeast corner of
Burke andJohn streets,and running thenceeast-
erly bounding on the north side of John street 165
feet to the centre of an alley 20 feet wide, laid
out about 150 feet easterly from Burke street;
thence northerly with the centre line of said al-
ley about 300 feet more or less to Mrs. Gales'
land, and thence with the line of said land west-
erly about 20 feet, more or less, and northerly
about 25 feet to the south side of Hoffman street;
thence westerly, bounding on the south side of
Hoffman street about 145 feet to Burke street;
thence southerly bounding on the east side of
Burke street 325 feet to the beginnina. Com-
prising 13 lots, numbered from 289 to :301, both
inclusive, as laid out on a map of Gr.penwood,
surveyed in 1545, and being the same ground
conveyed by Jay Cooke to said Benjamin R.
Mears, by deed, dated 25th November, 1859, and
recorded in liber A. M., No. 311, folio 320, &c.
WILLIAM THOMSON,
o                Sheriff of Baltimore city.
B VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE'-
CIRCUIT COURT OF BALTIMORE
CITY, the undersigned, as trustee, will sell at
public auction, at the Exchange Salesroom, on
Second street, in Baltimore city, on Thursday,
the 22d day of October, 1568, at one o'clock, p.
m., all the right, title, interest and estate of Mi-
chael and Alice Dunn, under the will of James
Garvey, deceased, duly recorded in the eflice of
the Register of Wills of Baltimore City, in Idber
J. P. C., No. 84, folio 192, &c., in and to
All that piece or parcel of ground in Baltimore
city, situate on the west side of Calvert street at
the distance of 110 feet southerly from the corner
of Calvert and Centre streets, with a front of 20
feet o Calvert street, and a depth of 110 feet to
Gravel alley, more fully describcd in a lease from
J. C. Walsh and others to James Garvey, record-
ed among the Land Records of Baltimore city,
In Liber G. E. S., No. 180, folio 206, &c. This
property is improved by a large Hack Stable and
good Brick Dwelling, and subject to a yearly
ground rent of $156.
Terms of sale, one-half cash on the day of sale,
the balance in six months; the credit payment to
be secured by the notes of the purchaser, en-
dorsed to the satisfaction of the trustee.
J. ALEXANDER PRESTON, Trustee.
GIBSON & CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
[By virtue of a decree of the Circuit
Court of Baltimore City, the undersigned, trus-
tee, will sell at public sale, on the premises here-
inafter mentioned, on Wednesday, the 14th day
of October, 1868, at three o'clock, p. m.,
All that lot of ground situate in Baltimore ety,

T RUSTEE'S SALE.                            wich iadscribed as follows, viz: Beginnigor
I will, by virtue of a decree of the Cir- the same on the south cide of MeElderry street
cuit Court of Baltimore City, sell by public  e-02 feet west from the southwest corner of MeEI-
tion, on the premises, on the 28d day of October derry and Eden streets, and rufing thence west
186, oathe4p'clock, .i.,e  3d'er         binding on McElderry street 12 fbeet, and thence
1868 , at 4 o'clock, p. m.,                 etnigsuhryo           vnwdhadprle
All that lot of ground situate in the city of Bal- exten stherly0ofee n idth cu rel
timore, fronting 17 feet on the south side of Hol-wide  streeto  dee to eyefeet
lins street, with a uniform width, and a depth of Jwdea sotreFre de  edFherefJaro
87 feet to an alley; subject to an annual rent ofnJoshu annetoredick Fishe date-
$68, payable half yearly. Improved by a first-
class Dwelling House, three stories high, with a cords of said city in liher G. II, No. 31, flio
Back Building, being the fourth house west of4ill o   re fullbperawhtgrund
Carey street, and designated as No. 275 Hollins
street.                                     brick building, with summer kitchen, andialso
Terms of sale, one-half the purchase money in sheds in the rear suitable for stabliui,-and ii sub-
cash, and the balance in three and six monthsjeet to an annual ground rent of only $12.
with interest.                                Terms of sale, under the deci-C, one-third
LUTHER M. REYNOLDS, Trustee.         cash, the balance in six and twilva monthswith
W-M. HAMILTON, Auctioneer.     interest, atd security satisfiohury to the trutee,
or all casht, at the option of the purchteet.
HER31ALN F. R. CRt0IVNF1ELD, Tute
BT VIRTUE OF A POWER CONTAIN-EI                                             utee,
ed in a mortgage from 'MichaelDunnS                             o. 0  tioalsre
et al., to John H. Patterson, I will sell at public             No. 84 Bltimore street.
auction, in the city of Baltimore, on Friday, the
23d day of October, at 10 o'clock, at the Hack
Stables, No. 156 N. Calvert street, the following  OOKING STOVES,
property:                                   C.'ARLOII STOVES,
Two Hearses, one large and one small; a num-     Fireplace Grates and Office Stoves.
ber of Coaches of the finest character and latest  For sale at tte lowct prices by
flaish; one Baggage Wagon; ten Horses; a num-             J. WEATHERBY & SONS,
ber of sets of Harness, double and singl qe*lan-                 40acd42 Light street.
kets, Horse Covers, Buckets, and all t  - cieles
necessary for a first-class Hack Stab,.A
Terms of sale, cash.                      GT INtE                      N TS
JOHN H. PATTERSON.           At No. 9, undrlntaw lotsc, Baltimore st.
J ALEXANDER PRESTON, Attorney.             Call before ptrchcsinu.
GIBSON & CO., Auctioneers.                  SHOREY & EsGELBERME-

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