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FAMILY SUPPLIES.
GROCERIES (t ROCF.RIES.
SAVE YOUR MU.NfcV.
r> T.Vw. n?st Laundry Starch. V5c.
:~ugar < 'ired "i.-rs. 7 to >*-. lh.
Sugar Cured Middlings. 9c. Ib.
t A^aM- Ham-. l;?i lb.
Good Extra Hour, >(.5(1 to $4.75 per bbL
Roller Family s">.7"> to SO per bbL
** BbL Roller Family. ^ 1 5<l.
is " 75c.
Best Patent Process (warranted >. per bbL, $7.00.
>n BbL " " $1.NO.
^ M " ? ?
ylon, Java, roasted. and is fine, iioc. lb.
B*-st < >. g. Java, '.i li>s. fur #1.
Rio Coffee. lji.. 1.5 and -.tK- lb.
Hat iiiu p'ir. iia-e.1 Teas before the advance, we sell
the best .??< ami our. Tea in the city.
Best i ?a:ry Butt* r to ??**. Ih.
Dri^d ^iigiir Corn, li*-. per lh.
B?-st Gulden Syrup, l?> to 50c. per gal. I
INDIA TE \ CO..
445 7th st. s.w. (Island),
Northwest corner.
New Orleans MoIa.?*?>". 55 to 75c. gal.
Telephone ? ail?4?-'2. myS j
J. V TTKNTIOV.
CHOICE MOCHA AND JAVA BLF.ND, FOR DRIP
COFFEE. 34c.
CRKKN COFFEE FROM 10c TO l<?c. PR. LR
? HASn.ATKD^IViA B, 6c. PER LR
OLD (iOV. JAVA. JWe.
STANDARD A SVtiAR, 6c.
choice Carolina island rice, sc.
EXTR \ B M(iAH. 5^C- PER LB.
THE BEST MIXED TEAS, 5UC.
EXTRA C HOiAR, 5c.
FINKST FORMOSA OOLONG. $1 PER LR
ASSORTED TEAS FROM 50c. TO $1 PER LR.
SPRING LEA F. VOL NO HYSON AND GUNPOWDER.
5? AND C.Oc.
FINEST YAMASH (so JAPANS I'NCOLORED
AND r.llKKN TEAS.
AT TIM
NEW >!! K AND WASHINGTON TEA CO,
I > M \ 1 H BEET .V W.
A LIBERAL ids* OL'NT ALLOWED TO PURC1IASE
Ii> 1 -N Ql A VFIT11 >. itp-9-iin
J AMILY (.* ROC'ERIES.
We cell -tr.'-tlv for cash: consequently can and will
sell che!?j>er than any other firm in the city.
( Goods amoiiiitiii{ to two dollar* or over delivered
free to any part of the city.
All uo< d- iii't--! nive ^?ti.^fucUon or money refunded,
fail and compare prices.
POOLE, BROOKE it CO..
apl-> !<41 Ujiiisiana avenue.
The Oxlt Placr IN L. 8.
5 lbs. ST VR< ll.'.'.'xvnii
S Bai"~ II ' >1 I \ 1' X I'. .V) cent*.
BEST t v> t'l!.; VP. _'o cent* in.
C. W1TMKII V ??.. GROCERS,
pll IMS PENNSYLVANIA AVE
rtCr, 1KB RRR EF.B ?-SS,
C C F R RE ? s
C FE RRR FE *J>SCCF
KRE K?CCO
EKE K K EKE i*S>b _
1 HE CELEBRATED M INNESOTA
l'ATENT PROCESS FLoUR.
Is wlthnot a dooht the most RRArTiFCL and the most
Ni TKjTior- Flour in the world.
The Millers have not only the most perfect Mill,
containing as it does all the mo-d improved Machinery
invented up to the present time, hut they produce
a Flour Un"*ckpassed by any mill in the world. To
prove that, we wonld simply state that a large quantity
of this magnificent Floor is shipped annually to 1
Europe am! enteri at the principal court* of the old
w orld. We i_.caka.ntke that it is made from selected
hard wheat crown in Minnesota and Dakota. It is
an acknowledged fact, that iu this Floura perfect separation
of the glutinous particles of tfca wheat berry
and a thorou*!i eiimmatioi of all w eak and starchy
matter has at la^t been reached, and is consequently
more Ni tritiocs. yielding niare bread to tlie barrel
than ary other Flour. Tt.e he^t trade admits that
from its bread making qualities it is the cheajiest, as
weil as the best, for either lamilyor baker's use, and
unsurpassed by any Hour made. Every sack and
every barrel is warranted to give entire satislacuou.
STERLING S ST. LOUIS FANCY.
One of the most bentitifhl Winter Wheat Patents
ever offered to the trade. It is unexcelled by any other
Patent except Ceres, and will please the most exacting
housekeeper anU satisfy the moat htoUUloosepicura
GILT-EDGE.
A magnificent Winter Wheat Patent.
RELIANCE.
A xplendld Minnesota Patent Flonr, made by the
celebrated Hungarian process. It is a very cheap and
beautiful Patent, within the reach of all clauses, and
we guarantee will give satisfaction to every one who
wtU try it.
GOLDEN HILL.
The oM reliable stand-by and the Standard Family
Flour of the District. It is etjnal in quality to a preat
many high-priced I "stent Flours, whiist It can be
bought for considerable less money. We deiy com petitory
to bring forth ai,y Flour superior to CERES^
STERLING, GILT-EDGE, RELIANCE or GOLDEN
HILL, and we feel assured that any housekeeper who
tries them once will never use anything cutt Formate
qt aagrocera.
Wholesale Depot, corner 1st st. and Tndlanaave
Bel 3 WM. M. GALT A CO.
PIANOS AND OKGANS.
PIANOS AND ORGANS FIRsT-CLASS, AT
reasonable figures. Tuning and repairing^- i
k Specialty. G. H. KL'HN. i V r yVi
It. mvl3 4t>7 loth st. n.w. I I ? I *
H" ALLET. DAVIS <ft CO~ S~ FPRIGHT (JRAND
PIANOS?Sacrifices and bargains in tny very
ihoice stock of Pianos. U' -a.it! this month,
my9 H. L. SL MXER. SI I 9th gt. n.w.
S:JiaNEKAMP 1^1 AN OS
Are Unsurpassed for Fine Workmanship. Brilliancy
of Tone and Extreme Durability.
Old Pianos taken in exchange and ftill value allowed.
lowest Prices and Easy Monthly Payments.
BRANCH FACTORY WAREROOM3,
?P?1 4T2 9th street.
WASHINGTON:
S17 Market Space, l*a. ave., near 9th st.
NEW YORK: BALTIMORE:
112 Fifth aveuue. 204-'^Ot? W. Balto. at
A\ M. Iy n a B e ifc C O.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
GRAND
' UPRIGHT, and
SQUARE
PIANOFORTES.
W f beg to announce to wir Washington patrons that,
e?lr-,iig to oiler tnem greater facilities in their dealings
w ith us, we have opened warerooinsat
S17 MARKET SPAtTi PA AVE. neak 9th ST..
WASHINGTON.
The same are conducted directly by ourselves, and
customers can deaiwi.h n? there to precisely the same
advantage an at our Baltimore and New York estah- !
lishno nts.
A full assortment ..f our various styl.s, {,f GRANDS, |
U PRlGliTSand SQL ARE iMAN'js will constantly be
found OU hand.
WM. KNABE dt CU
t* PIANOS FOR RENT.
Timing and Kei^uring promptly attended tobv expeneiM
ed workiwa mhWim
SIM i't;R month will buy a handsome I
O I \ f SVllAKh Ull I FRIGHT 1*1 AN1 < of oest r
lia^e.at S1D.\>:V T. NIMMoS,
4:-; 7th sti.-et northwest, j
SS.PER MONTH WI1.L 1.1V ;N ELEt-AM OR
b.\N, otany style.and tin'-! : ak at
>.i NEV 1. NIMMC3,
4.;.; 7i-i str?-< t northwest
A I.Al'.i.i; -T< M K OF ^1 i.M'-UAND PIANOS
mil ORi.a.N>, sen. out sligt.ilv i.^en, a! gre-.it bartaiif.
SIDNEY T. NIMMO,
7i!. -ireet nortnwest.
A VERY HANDSOME STEIN WA Y PIANO, hut
Ut;l?' i;^>d..i' in it.-: meiisv .sacrnice; will sell on monlui>
uista.lioenisoi ylu
SIDNEY T. NIMMO.
4;{.{ .th street northwest |
SEVERAL VERY FINE PARLOR OKGANS at
prices raiiging irum to ?> > ).
-1DNKY T. NIMMO
7th street northwest.
AN ELEGANT I PR I; .ill . V ill NET GRAND
PIANO, (mt ght mouths old. at tremendous bargain,
mid payable in monthly installments of $lo.
w SIDNEY T. NIMMO,
I I 483 7TH flTKER XOSTHV?t
^ t |>
r*TFINW\Y i 1ANOS.
l i e Best in the World. l ogethrr with a large m ortment
t { oihtr i'.anus cou<;.i.tiy on hand at the
AIubm:.-storeof EHWaHD F. I'ROOP,
l a. ner of the late W. G. Mtl/I ki?l l'AtU.
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
!e Aeem !..r steinwa) Siui, c-ahler Grov<y
-teen. Wheeiotk. jl^isUall, Wendell and other I*ianon.
mhio
(_* _L. W ii.D A" I >K'
.???? 7th -itrei-t north vewt M.ie airents r^r -r -i
the .-sTiFFF and KRANK 11 .v BACH IT (Ts L
AN< <- > mikI Gaily s Wonderful Neif-playing* tit'
li.struments. s-everal bargains on easy terms in Pianos
andOrgau* w hu h have iieen u-*sd." Puuioa and Organs
lor rent, tuned and repaired. jalO
NfEtlC & ( V
EMERSON. AND BAUS A CO
PIANOS.
WTLCOX A WHITE AND KIMBALL ORGANS
Pianos and Organs exchanged, repaired, tuned,
boxed; for rent by day, week, mouth or >eur. iteul
pp..ed ii purchased.
Jt uu Slock oi ic. Music.
HENRY EBERBACTI,
. _ 915 F street,
?n..I Managing Partner of the h?te firm of Ellis A Co.
?MPORTEl{ OF FRENCH WINES, COGNAC.
' ^,.K 4 ,H.A, 11 .V;->h> AND CORDIA1-S.
^ ul4cl dozen. C'alir"/m
* t ti.iirv, t iy. >uui HOC.
C IVl . . ? . '!'t; P'Ol X, 1747 Peon. ?ve.
A tents lor hrst-claas houses. Bordeaux, Burgundy,
bainpagnvk anu Lu^uac Viui ue louies sort as ?u
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AUCTION SALES.
_____ TO-MOIEOW.
rpHOMAfl DOWLING, Auctioneer.
REGULAR SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AT A i;("11 UN BOOMS. SATURDAY, MAY
SIXTEENTH. 18?5. AT TEN O'CLOCK. EXBRACING
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HOUSEHOLD
EFFECTS.
Also:
20 Rolls Straw Matting.
Also -AT TWELVE O'CLOCK,
Horses, Carriages. Buggies,Jkc. myl4-2t
VUCTION SALE OF PREMISES NOS. 470-477
AND 47W E STREET SOUTHWEST.
Under dcrw of the supreme Court of the Die- (j|
trlct of Columbia, iu Equitv cause No. 9.093,
(Crogcon vs. Amery et al_} I will offer for sale JLjL
at publ.c auction. in front ofthe premises, on SATUB1)AY,
MAY SIXTEENTH. 1886, at SIX O'CLOCK
P. M.. that certain parcel of ground, situate In Washington
city, Dist rict of Columbia, being a pari of lot 3, lu
sq. 41?4. banning therefor at a point on the north line
of south E street 281 feet 5 Inches east from the southwent
corner of said square, and running thence east, by
and with said line of said street, 4S feet: thence north
To."* feet: thence west 48 feet, and :bence south 106
fleet to the place of beginning, with the improvements
thereon. consisting in three two-story Frame tenements.
i eruis of sale: One-third cash, the residue In equal
payments, at six and twelve months from day of sale,
tor which the purchaser's notes to be liven, bearing
si* percent interest; title to be retained until allvt
the purchase money and the Interest thereon be fVilly
paid. glOo deposit on acceptance of bid. Conveyaucing
at purchaser's cost.
JAMES a EDWARDS, Trustee.
412 5th St. n.w.
Til OMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer. mv4-eoddkds
rj^HOMAS DOW LING, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY NO. 036
VIRGINIA AVENUE SOUTHWEST AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY. MAY SIXTEENTH, 1885. l?ft
at SIX O'CLOCK. In front of the premises, I will ?
sell |,?,t lettered B, in Rilev'a subdivision of lotfiJ(?&
12 und 1:3, In square 383. fronting )H feet 8 inches, on
Virginia avenue, by a depth of yy feet, improved bv a
comfortable Frame Dwelling House, containing ten
rooms, with modem improvements.
Terms cash.
myi2-d<tds THOS. DOWLING, Auct.
DUVALL &. MARR,
Real Estate Auctioneers. 925 F st.
SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPERTV.
FRONTING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SKY
KN FEET FOUR AND ONE-HALF 1N<11es.
MORE OR LESS, ON THE SOU'TO SIDE
<>F M STREET. NEAR TWENTY-FIRST
STREET NORTHWEST.
We will offer for sale on TUESDAY, MAYsm
NINETEENTH, 1SS5. at FIVE OCLOCK P.?P'
M., in front of the premises, the east half of lot-"
and ail oflots 21 and 22, in square lOO.
T< rms; One-third cash: balance in one and two years,
with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually; secured by a deed of trust on
the property sold, or all cash at the purchaser's option.
A deposit of SlO?i will be required when bid is accepted.
All conveyancing at cost of purchaser.
my 14-d<fcd? DUVALL <fe MARR. Aucts.
^I^HOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY
No. 2022 H STREET NORTHWEST
By virtue of a decree, passed bv the Supreme gflfiif
Court of the District of Columbia, in Equity MS
cause 8928. I will sell at public auction, in front JCifJL
of the nremises. on WEDNESDAY, MAY TWe5T
TIETH, at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M? the east one-halfof
Lot ihirteeu. in Square one hundred and two, having
a front of 25.5 feet on H street northwest, and a depth
of 140.10. together with the improvements thereon.
2022 H street.
Terms of sale prescribed by the decree: One-third
cash, one-third iu six months and one-third in twelve
niontlis; deferred payments secured by deed of trust
?n the property, and drawing interest at six per ceut,
or all cash, at optiou of purchaser. Conveyancing at
purchaser's co.-t.and SlOO deposit by purchaser on
day of sale. ANDREW A. LIPSCOMB, Trustee,
mys-d&ls 321 4^ street northwest.
_ FINANCIAL.
All
WHO WISH TO BUY OR SELL
RAILROAD STOCKS OR BONDS,
or who desire the services of a reliable broker in speculative
stock operations on margin will find it to
their advantage to write to
SAMUEL JONES PECK,
Member of Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange
of New York.
sp20-lm? 55 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Private Stock Telegraph Wires
BIT W1M
WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK. BOSTON. Ac.
PRINCE <fe WHITELY, Stock Broker*
f-4 Broadway. IK_ Vnrlr
lbO Fifth avenue./ Yorlt
639 15th street (Corcoran Building), Washington.
Gfxkral Paktvers:
James Whjtklv, H. Crvger Oaxlky,
Maymakd C. Eyre.
Henry H. Dodge, Washington, D. C.
William R. Travers. Special Partner.
Buy and sell on commission all classes of Railway
securities.
H. H. DODGE. Resident Partner.
Quotations of Stocks and Bonds and Information
regarding the markets received through our wires
instantly, direct from the New York Stock KxcLange.
All orders executed and reported promptly.
WOOD AND COAL.
CoAI. Wood I
JOHNSON BROTHERS,
WHARFS AND RAILROAD YARD
twelfth and water streets aw.
BRANCH YARDS AND OFFICES CONNECTED
BY TELEPHONE.
1C02 F ftreet northwest.
1515 7th street northwest.
1740 Pennsylvania avenue northwest
1112 Oth street northwest.
Corner 3d and K streets northwest
221 Pennsylvania avenue southwest
!al3
SEWINGMACHINES, &c.
rPHE NOBLEST ROMAN OF THEM ALL.J
After 15 years' practical experience In the Sewing
Machine business at corner 7th and H streets, I am
ready to sign my name to it that theSilent New American.
No. 7, is the most perfect piece of wonderflil
mechanism ever produced. It is not an experiment,
but an established fact, as there are over 1,500 of them
now in use in this city. Call or send for testimonials
from Washington ladies, mechanical men und dressmakers
h!1 over the city. A new machine made by an
old company and sold by a reliable house is what the
people want. Send for catalogue. No drummers. No
tw> profits. C. aUEKBacII, corner 7th andH streets,
sole agent D. C. my 13
Spring jVnd Summer Fashions
AND PUBLICATIONS NOW READY.
Tlarar Dressmaker, illustrating 300 styles for Ladles
aiut i liii<lr<u s weur. Price, 2V cents: by mail, 25 eta
Our Mui.ll.ly Paper and 16 page Catalogue tree to ail
at
OPPENIIEIMEB'S
Popular Sewing Machines Rooms, 5289th st n.w., St
Cloud Building.
!s<>!e Agents New Home Sewing Machine. All kinds
(t sewing Machines tor rent. Repairing a specialty.
Ciood .Mui-hnie Cotton. ?i spools lor 25 cts. ml4
^UPPOrtE YOU LOOK IN AFMcKENNEY'S
C? Reliable Sew ing Machine House, 427 9th St., and
see the New Automatic White. It is a little Dalsey.
New Machines of all kinds.
Rentiug and Repairing. mbl2
PURE .A.ND XNVIGORATIN<1
Those who may wish to purchase, either as a delicious
beverage or for medicinal purposes, an UNADULTERATED
WHISKY, are Invited to make a
trial of the celebrated brand.
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This Whisky, upon au analytical examination, has
proved to be free from Fusil Oil, and Indeed of any ot
the modern Ingredients which are used to give a fictitious
age and flavor to this popular drink.
# FOB SALE BY
Browning A Middleton, Barbour & Hamilton,
J. R. Bryan it Bro? C. C. Bryan,
R. L. Wheeler, Thomas A. Rover,
| N. T. Metzger <fc Bra. Beall A Baker,
John H. Magruder. J.C. Ergood <kCo,
S. it Waters. W. H. H. CUweL
WASHINGTON, D C.
H 4i H. W. CATH ERWOOD
Sole proprietor*
mid-3m Philadelphia.
RRR OO Y A L Liquid Otoe Mends
R RO O Y Y AA X Wood. Glass, China
RRR O O YY A A L Leather,Crockery and
R RO O Y AAA L Everything Else Solid
R R OO Y A ALLLLa* Rock aadooata JUo,
BoUM DruggiaU and (iruuua mcM
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AUCTION SALES.
TMI? ArT?!tOO!f.
CHANCERY BALE OF THREE-STORY BRICK
DWELLING, ALSO A FRAME HOUSE, ON
EIGHTH STREET EAST, NEAR G STREET
SOUTH. AT AUCTION.
By virtue of a decree of tbe Supreme Court of p'<a
the District of Columbia, passed 111 equity cause "< {
No- 6,894, tbe undersigned Trustee therein will
ell at public auction, in from of tbe premises, ou
FRIDAY. FIFTEENTH DAY OF MAY, A.l).
1885. at FIVE O'CLOCK P M., all that certain piece,
parcel or lot of (round, lying and being in the city of
Washington, In tbe District of Columbia, and known
and described on the ground plat or plan of said cltv
an part of Lot numbered Twentv-one, in square
numbered Nine Hundred and Four (904 ), beginning at
tbe line dividing lot numbered Twenty-two, one hundred
and twenty feet from the corner of G street und
8th street eavt, running thence north on a iiue with
Raid 8th street forty ?40; feet; thence west seventy (70)
feet and six (6) Inches: thence south (11) feet; thence
west to the ulley as laid down In the plan of said
square; thence south bounded by said alley to the line
of lot numbered twenty-two ('Mr, thence east along
the line of said lot numbered twenty-two (22) to the
place of beginning, together with the improvements.
Terms as prescribed by decree: One-third of the
purchase money tn cash and the residue lu two equal
installments at one and two rears, notes to bear Intereft
and to be secured by a trust on property sold. It
terms of sale are not complied with lu ten days from
saic, the trustee reserves the right to resell the property
at tbe risk and cost of tbe defaulting purchaser,
after giving five days' notice of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington, D. C. Conveyancing,
etc., at purchaser's cost. A deposit of 9100
will be required at time of sale.
JOSEPH F. HODOSON, Trustee,
_ 110813th street northwest.
DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. myO-d?ds
"p^UVALL & MARR, Auctioneers, 925 P street.
AT AUCTION VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY,
ON THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
TENTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE. BEING No. 936 PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE NORTHWEST.
"We will offer for saie. to close an estate, on enfib
WEDNESDAY, MAY THIRTEENTH, 188^,at
HALF-PAST FOUR P. M., Lots lettered C, DjjjJL
and F. in the subdivision of the western part of square
380, said lots fronting 22 feet 10 Inches on Pennsylvania
avenue and 08 ffeet, more or leas, on 10th street,
A plat will be shown at time of sale.
Terms; Cash. A deposit of $500 will be required
when bid Is accepted. If the terms of sale are not complied
with within ten (10) days after day of sale the
property will be re*aold at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser. All conveyancing at cost of purchaser.
inyy-d<ftd3 DUVALL A MARR Auctioneers.
$^ON ACCOUNT OF THE RAIN. THE ABOVE
sale is postponed to MONDAY,MAY EIGHTEENTH,
1885, same hour and place.
my 13-dAds DUVALL <fc MARR, Aucts.
C1HANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN THE
/ CITY OF WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
By virtue of the decree of the Supreme Court
of the District of Columbia, passed in cause of jili'S
Mary B> Mosher and others against TheodoreJJJit
-Masher and others, equity cause No. H911, the
undersigned, as trustees, will sell at public auction. In
front of each of the hereinafter described premises,
all the estate, right, title and interest of said parties to
said cause tbe hereinafter described real estate, to wit:
On SATURDAY, the TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF
MAY, A. D. 1885. at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., all that
part of Lot numbered two (2), in square No. 199. beginning
on I street northwest nineteen (19) feet and
eight (8) Inches from the southwest corner of said Lot,
running thence west sixteen feet and eight inches,
thence north one hundred and two feet and six Inches,
thence east sixteen feet and eight Inches, thence south
one hundred and two feet and six inches, to the beginning,
situated on I street, between 15th and 16th
streets, improved by a 3-story brick dwelling house.
AND ON THE SAME DAY, Immediately after
the above sale, at HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P.
M-, we will sell all those parcels of land being
part of lot numbered nine (9), in square numbered
220. Beginning at the northwest corner of
said square, and running thence eastwardly on line
of Pennsylvania avenue fifty feet: then at right angles
to said avenue thirty-eight feet: then south parallel
with the line of west 15th street ftill depth of said lot:
then west to 15th street: then nortb with line of 15th
street to place oT beginning, with free use and privilege
of the alley In rear of said lot nine (9),and
known as Randall's ground rent. Ground rent is $85
per annum.
And on MONDAY, tbe TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF
MAY 1885, at HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.,
we will sell all that piece or parcel of ground known
as Lot lettered "B, in Johnson Hellen s subdivision
of origtnal lots Nos. 13,14 and 15, In square No. 5H8.
and Improvements thereon, situated on 3d street, between
E and F streets northwest. House numbered
621.
And IMMEDIATELY AFTER the above sale, on
the same day, at SIX O'CLOCK P. M., we will sell
Lots Nos. 2 and 3, In square No. 824. and Improvements
thereon, being situated on south K street, between
4th and 5th streets east, improved by four
frame houses.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, and the balance In 6,
12 and 18 months from day of sale, with interest, the
payment thereof to be secured by the promissory notes
of the purchaser or purchasers.or the purchase money
can be paid all cash on the ratification of sale by the
court: nodcel or deeds to be given until all purchase
money and interest be paid: a deposit of $100 will be
required on each piece of property when knoqked
down: a lien will be reserved on the property sold for
the purchase money and Interest: all conveyancing at
purchaser's cost. Terms of sale must be complied
with within ten days from day of sale, otherwise
trustees reserve the right to re-sell at risk and cost o
defaulting purchaser.
HOWARD C. CLAGETT.1
619 H st. n.w.; !
WILLIAM J. MILLER, f Trustees4MS
Louisiana ave., J
DUNCANSON BROS.. Aucts. myl2d<fcds
f |\HOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE
OF IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY
IN WASHINGTON. D. C.
Under and by virtue of the provisions of the last
will und testament of Thomas Weaver, late of'""sq
Washington, District of Columbia, admitiel
probate April 28. 1HS4. and recorded in will book ,\o.
Jl, folios ^6u, Jfcc., the undersigned, as executor, will
oiler, at public auction the following property, hereinafter
described, on FRIDAY. MAY TW KNiY-SECOND,
18M5, at FIVE O'CLOCK, i^ts 23. 25, JO and
2T, in C. H. Wlltbuger's subdivision of square 442.
Lot 28 has a front of 25 feel by a depth or L>5, and
Lots 25, 26 and 27 have tacu a front of 25 feet by a
depth of 109 feet.
And at FIVE-THIRTY O'CLOCK, SAME DAY,
Lots 61 and 02, In Hawe's subdivision of Mount Pleasant,
containing 9.768 square fteet each. Lot 02 is improved
by a comfortable Brick Dwelling.
Terms of Sale: on each property sold one-third cash
and the residue in two equal payments at one and two
years with interest at six per cent per annum until
paid, and seemed by a deid of trust. All convevancing
and recording at purchaser'scost. $5U deposit required
on each piece of property at the time of sale.
KOBEKT D. WEAVER,
__ my7-dts Executor.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF FINE SUBURBAN
LOTS ON MERIDIAN IIILL, SITUATED ON
BOUNDARY STREET, ON SIXTEENTH
STREET, SUPERIOR STREET, F.RI K STREET,
ONTARIO AND CENTRAL AVENUES.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY EIGII-^ao.
TEENTll, at FIVE O'CLOCK sharp, we will
sell on the premises, "Meridian Hill; 1
Sub lots 5, 0 aud 7, of block 4, fronting Boundary,
near l&hi street.
Ix>ts 10. 18, 19 28 and 20, block 3.
Lou 17, IS, 21. 22. 23. 24, i\) aud 31, block 6.
Lots 9, 10, 11 aud 12, block 9.
I.ots 13,14.15. 10. 23, -J4, 25 and 26, block 10.
Lots 33 and 34, block 11.
Lots 1.2,11 and 16, block 14.
Jx>t 4, block lo.
Lot 10, block 17.
I.ot 9, block 20.
These lots are situated In some of the best locations
of Meridian Hill, which is one of the most rapidly
improving sections of the city, and presents a splendid
chance for investment.
Plats can be obtained at ofDce of the auctioneers.corner
9th and D streets northwest.
Term: One-third cash: balance In one and two years:
notes to bear Interest at six per cent per annum,"payable
semi-annually, and lo be secured oy deed of trust
on property sold, or all cash at option of purchaser;
conveyancing. Ac-at cost of purchaser; a deposit of
$ltx> required on each lot at time of sale: terms to be
complied with in seven days, otherwise resale at risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser alter five days public
notice of such resale In some newspaper published in
Washington, D. C.
Persons who have failed to comply with their purchases
at former sales are hereby notified that the lots
purchased by them will be resold under iliis advertisement,
and they will take notice thereof.
my 1 l-d&ds DUNCANSON BROS,, Aucts.
rpRUSTEEi? SALE OF THREE BRICK DWELLJL
ING HOUSES. Nos. 1630,1038, AND 1040. ON
ELEVENTH, NEAR R STREET NORTH^
LSI.
By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded in
Liber No. 1043 folio 470, et seq., one of the lund
records of the District of Columbia, we will sell
in front of the premises, on TUESDAY AFiTkNOON,
MAY NINETEENTH, A. D. 1885, at SiX
O'CLOCK, the following described Real Estate, situate,
lying and being in the city of Washington, District
of Columbia, und known and described on the
plat or plan of said city as Lots numbered l'ortv (40),
forty-one <41), aud forty-two i-l*., in William A.
Stewart s recorded subdivision of Lots twenty-one (21),
twenty-two (22j, aud twenty-three of <'oilman's
subdivision of square three hundred and nine, together
with all the improvements, ways, easements
rights, privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging
or tn anywise appertaining. Each lot will be!
sold subject to an incumbrance of $1,000 and interest,
umoiint of which will be stated at sale.
Terms: One-third cash; balance in oueand two years.
Notes to biar interest, and to he secured by d.-ed of
trust on premises, or all cash, at option of purchaser.
Conveyancing, Ac., at purchaser's co>t Terms to be
complied with in seven days, otherwise resale at risk
and cost of purchaser, alter live days' public notice of
such resale in some newspaper published ill Washington,
D. C- A deposit of $itx? required on each Lot on
day of sale. WM. MAYsE, i
GEO. W. STICKNEY.)' Trustees.
DUN CAN SON IjROS., Auctioneers. my9-dJtds
CHANCERY SALE"OF~ VALUABLE" REAL
L ESTATE
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, pasced in tbe cause of
Charles A- Best vs. Peter Berst and ot hers,JjjjML
Equity No 8,375, the undersigned, as trustee, will
offer for sale at public auction, in front of the premises,
all the estate, right, title and interest of the parties to
said cause in and to the hereinafter described real
estate and tbe improvements thereon, all lying and
being sit'iate lu Washington city, in tbe District of
Columbia, to wit:
on Wednesday (2tth), the twenty-seventh
day OF may, 1885 (Inst ), at half-past
four o'clock p.m., part ol lots sixteen and seventeen,
in John F. Callan's subdivision of square number
four hundred aud fifty-one (451), beginning on
New York avenue, sixteen feet west of northeast
corner or lot seventeen, fronting fourteen feet three
and inches and running back with said width lo an
aliev.
AND ON THE SAME DAY, immediately after tbe
above sale, at FIVE O'CLOCK. P.M., will sell all of
I?t known as sub lot F, lu Phillips and Luudley's sub
division of original Lots ten, eleven and twelve, in
square No. five hundred and thirteen (513), containing
2,000 square feet of grouud, unimproved, on north
side M street, near 5th northwest.
AND ON THE SAME DAY. immediately after the
above sale, at HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.,
will sell part of Lot A, In square No. three hundred
and ninety-three (398), having a front of thirty-three
and four Inches upon 9th street northwest, and Improved
by two frame bouses known as Nos. 1919 and
1921 9th street northwest Tbe south half and the
north half of said last-named parcel of land, with tbe
improvements thereon, will be sold separately.
AND ON THURSDAY, THE TWFSTY-EIGHTH
(28th) DAY OF MAY,1880,(Inst.),at FIVEO'CLOCK
P. M., will wll all of Lot four (4), in square No. eight
hundred and sixty-four (864), containing 12,622square
fret, (unimproved), near Stanton Place, on Maryland
avenue northeast.
Term* of sale, as prescribed in said cause: One-third
caab on each piece sold, of which $100 must be paid on
day of sale, and the residue In two equal installments
at one and two years, with interest at six per cent pier
annum, for which deferred pay menu tbe notes of the
purchaser or purchasers, with deeds of trust upon the
property to sacure tbe same, will be taken; or cash, at
tbe option ot the purchaser. Tbe property to be sold
clear of all taxes, which are to be paid out of tbe purchase
money. All conveyancing to be at tbe purchaser's
cost. Terms of saie to be complied with in seven
days, otherwise tbe Trustee reserves tbe right to resell
at tbe risk and cost of defoultlng purchaser or purchasers.
CHARLES A. REST,
my 13 eo+ds Trustee.
AUCTION SAXES.
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
THREF OROANS, ONE PIANO FORTE, ON*
WHEEL Of FORTUNE AND OTHER GAMES,
AT AUCTION.
TO-MORROW iSATURDAY),M AY SIXTEENTH,
lSf5, at TWELVE O'CLOCK, at my auction rooms, I
shall sell the above goods. It
WEEKS & CO, Anetlcn: tr j, _
U37 Louisiana Ave., Opp. City Po*t Office
STOCK CONTAINED IN PREMISES NO. 1144
SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST, AT AUCTION,
COMMENCING TEN A. M. MONDAY.
MAY EIGHTEENTH, AND IN THE EVENINO
AT SEVEN, AND CONTHJCINOEVERY
MORNING THEREAFTER AT TEN A M- UNTIL
STOCK IS DISPOSED OF, THE FOLLOWING
GOODS WITHOUT RESERVE OR LIMIT:
WASH. NET. RRUSSELS NET, CHENILLE
MET. KID AND OTHER GLOVES FOR
LADIES AND CHILDREN; HOSIERY OF ALL
KINDS: VELVETEEN AND VELVET RIBRONS:
TARLETAN DRESS LININGS; NECKWEAR,
CLOAKS. INFANTS' WEAR. ROBES
AND EMBROIDERY; LACE CURTAINS;
FANCY GOODS; JEWELRY, AND A LARGE
8TOCK OF SIMILAR GOODS.
my!5-2t SAMSTAO, Salesman.
WEEKS <& CO., Auctioneers.
037 Louisiana avenue.
TWO WAGON LOADS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
OF NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS ENTIRE
STOCK OF A RF.TAIL STORE REMOVED TO
No. 1144 SEVENTH STREET NORTH WEST,
AND WILL EE CLOSED OUT BY PUBLIC
AUCTION WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE,
COMMENCING MONDAY MORNING, EIGHTEENTH
MAY, AT TEN O'CLOCK. myl5-2t*
H. K. FULTON, Auctioneer. I
AUCTION SALE OF FORFEITED PLEDGES.
I will seil by public auction at my Store. 1218 Pennsylvania
avenue, commencing 'TUESDAY, MAY
NINETEENTH, at TEN O'CLOCK A. M? my stock
of Forfeited Pledges, from Nos. 20.633 to 80.610, inclusive.
This sale will coutinue mornings at 10 o'clock
and evenings at 7:30 o'clock, until all the lots are sold.
Persons holding tickets will please take notice.
myl5-6t* It. K. FULTON, Pawnbroker and Auct.
THOS. J. FISHER & CO..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEFR' SALE OF FRAME DWELLING AND
LOT ON SEVENTH STREET EXTENDED.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated February ayft
11th, A. 1). 1882, and recorded in Liber 994, folio ? 11
313, one of the land records of the District of Co-JJ?Jl
lunibia. and by direction of the party thereby secured,
we will sell, at public auction, in front of the premises
on WEDNESDAY, MAY TWENTY-SEVENTH, A.
D. 1885. at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. thai certain piece
or parcel of land situate in the countv of Washincton. 1
District of Columbia, and known as f.ot numbered
Fifteen (15), in Block one(l), of Todd and Brown's
subdivision of Mt. Pleasant, together with the improvements
thereon, consisting of a Frame Dwelling.
Terms of sale: One-third of purchase money in cash,
of which a deposit of SICHi must be paid at the time or
sale; balance m two equal installme nts, pavable in six '
(6) and twelve (12s months, with interest at six (6) 1
per centum per annum, and secured by deed of trust
upou the property sold, or all cash, at option of purchaser.
Terms of sale must be complied with within
seven (7) days from date of sale, otherwise Trustees
reserve the right to resell at risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser upon ten days' no tire in The Evening Star.
EDWARD J. STELLWAOEN, I
FREDERICK B. MtGUlRE, /Trustees. ,
rjlHOMAS J. FISHER ?fc CO., Real Estate Aucts. ;
TRUSTEE S SALE OF DESIRAELE PROPERTY
ON FIRST STREET. NEAR B SOUTHWEST.
FACING CAPITOL PARK.
Ry virtue of a deed of trust, dated 12th November,
A. D. 1883, and duly recorded in liber No. li'iw
1050, folio 372, et seq..-one of the land recordsJCjidL
of the District of Columbia, we shall sell, at auction, ,
on TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY NINETEENTH. '
A. D. 1885, at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK, in
front of the premises, part of original Lot numbered
one (1). in square numbered Ave hundred and Severn vsix
<5i6), in the city of Washington, District of Columbia,
beginning for the same at the northeast corner
of said lot, runnbig thence south twenty-five < 251 feet;
tlu nee west one hundred (lOO) feet; tlieuce north
twenty-five *.25) feet, and thence east one hundred
(100> feet to the place of tteginninii. Also, part of original
Lot numbered eleven < 11 >, in said square numbered
live hundred and seventy-six (570), beginning
for the same ai the southeast corner of said lot eleven
anil running thence west one hundred (100) feet;
thence north twenty (20) feet; thence east one hundred
(100 > feet, and thence south twenty (20) feet to
the place of beginning, with improvements, consisting
of a frame dwelling.
Terms: one-third cash, balance In six (6) and twelve
(12) months, with interest, and secured by a deed ot
trust upon the property sold. A deposit of $100 will
be required at time of sale. Conveyancing at cost oi
purchaser. If terms of sale are :lot complied with
within seven days front day of sale, the property will
!>e resold at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after
five days' notice in The Evening Star.
BENJAMIN P. SNYDER. 1_ .
ALBERT L. STUUTEYANT,)Trusteesftiy7-d?&ds.
J^UNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED "
REAL ESTATE AT THE INTERSECTION OK
M ASSACHUSETTS AVENUE AND E STREET ,
NORTHEAST.
Ry virtue of a deed of trust, dated the twelfth***;
day of October, A. I>., 1882, and recorded in Liber**?
1021, folio 411. et seq., one of the land records of-""*
the District of Columbia, and at the request of the
parties secured thereby, we shall offer, at public auction,
on WEDNESDAY, TWENTIETH DAY of
MAY. A. R.. 1885, at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., in front
of the premises, the following described real estate, j
situate in the city of Washington, District of Colum- r
liia. known and designated on the ground plat or plan
ot Solid city, as lots numbered three (3), four (4 i, live
(5i. six <(>., seven (71. eight is>, nine <9), ten (lu), ,
eleven <111, tv\ i lve 12). thirteen (13), fourteen (14i, J
lilli en (15) and sixteen <10>. in square numbered i
sev.-n hundred and twenty-two (722). These lots mav j
be sold according to the subdivision of part of said
squ ire recorded in the surveyor's office of the District
of Columbia, lu Liber H. D. C.. at folio 13, a copv of i
which subdivision will be exhibited at sale, and also
sold subject to all taxes, general and special, which
will be made known ul the time of sale. 4
Terms of sale: One-third cash and balance in three
equal installments, at six. twelve and eighteen ,
months, respectively, to be secured by deed of trust 1
on premises sold, or all cash, at purchaser's option. A
deposit of S20 on each lot required at time of ^ale. All
conveyancing at purchaser's cost. . Terms of sale to be '
complied with in seven days, otherwise the Trustees <
reserve the right to resell at risk and cost of delaulting
purchaser or purchasers.
SAM'L MADDOX, 1 .
my9-ditds ('HAS. C. DUNCANSON, ) Trustees.
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUARLE REAL
JiSTATK TN CITY OK (!EOR(iETOWN, AND
AI-so IN THE COUNTY OF WASHINGTON,
DISTRICT OK COLUMBIA.
By virtue < f decree of the Supreme Court of*M*
the District of < 'olumbia, passed in causeof Mary*?**
R. Mosher and others aga.nst Theodore Mos--"*?
her and others, equity No. 6911, the undersigned, as
Trustees, will sell at public auction in i'ront of the
premises all the estate, right, title and interest of the
parties to said ? uuse in and to the hereinalter described
real estate and improvements therein, to wit :
On WEDNESDAY, the TWENTIETH DAY OF
MAY.ls85.at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M ,
Lots numbered 30, 40, 41 and 4Li. in W. II. Clagett's,
Trnsiee, subdis ision of IjOIs numbered 33. 34 and 35,
in Thomiis IP-all's addition to Georgetown, situated on I
south side of Dumbarton street. Lot :13 improved bv
a frame house *
Anl ou the SAME DAY, immediately after the '
above sale, at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., will sell parts of .
Lot 91. in Beatly and Hawkins' addition to said
licorgetown?for the first part of said Lot 91 begin*
niiig M ieet from south corner of said lot fronting
on llig'i street, aiVl then running northwardly 27 feet
with said street; thence westwardly at liuht angles to
the rtai line of said lot: thence southwarillv with suid
rear lin? 27 feet; thence eastwardly in a direct line to
beginning. Improved by a four-siory brick house. '
No. 1222 High street.
And for the other part of said Lot 91. beginning at .
the southwest corner of the rear line of said lot, and '
runuiiiK tiience northwardly with said rear line 20 .
feet: then eastwardly loo* feet on a line at right ;
angles with Hleh street; then southwardly 20 feet
to the south line of said lot: then westwardly loo feet
to the beginning.
On SAME DAY, and immediately after the above
sale at HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.. all that
part of lot No. 47, beit'<r situated at the comer of
High and Bridge streets, in said Georgetown, fronting
3u feet on High street and 40 feet on Bridge street, ,
and known a-* lJnthicum Ground Rent, improved by '
a large Brick Ruildiug?the ground rent being $49 per
anurun.
And on the SAME DAY, and immedfatelv after
above sale, at SIX O'CLOCK P. M.. will sell, in
square No. 40, of Thomas Reall's addition to Georgetown.
part of lot No. 178. beginning at southwest
corner of said lot, running then east 24 feet; then
north 120 feet; then west 24 feet; then south to the
i>oint of beginning, and known as Jackson Ground
tent, improved by a large Brick House. No. 2913 M
street uorthwest?the ground rent being $20 per
annum.
And on THURSDAY.theTWENTY-FIRST DAY OF
MAY. 1885, at 5 O'CLOCK P. M.. we will sell all that
certain real estate and premises In the county of Wash1
iiigton, District of Columbia, and known as part of Lot
No. 2, in Mosher's subdivision of "Beall's Discovery,"
according to the plat of said sub-division recorded
in Liber 058, folio 192, land records of the District of
Columbia Beginning at a pine tree corner of the
land and Addison's. Also, in corner oflot No. 3, of the
tract; then with Addison's line n. 10 degrees, w. 34
perches to a stake, n. 59*4 degrees, east 00.24 perches
to the county road, s. 4U^j degrees, e. 7.CK) perches
with road, s. 45 degrees, e. 22 perches with road, s. 35
decrees, e. 9.00 perches to corner of lot No. 3, s, 02Vj '
degrees, \v. K4 perches, to the beginning, containing
10.90-100 acres of land, and is about halt-mile distant
from Good How 11111, on we-.it side of T. B. road, and ,
adjoins land ot Knox and Addison.
Terms of sale: One third cash.aud the balance in six,
tweive and eighteen mouths from day of sale, with
interest, the payment thereof to be secured by the
promissory notes of the purchaser or purchasers, or
the purchase money can be paid all cash on ratification
ot sale by the court. No deed or deetin given until
all purclui.se money and interest be paid. A deposit of
SlOO will be required on each piece of property vhen ,
knocked down. A lien will be reserved ou each piece 5
of property sold lor the purchase money and interest.
All conveyancing at cost of purchaser. Terms of
sale must be complied with within ten days from day
of sale; otherwise Trustees reserve right to re-sell at
cost and risk of defaulting purchaser.
HOWARD C. CLAGETT, ")
019 II street northwest; i T-llaf ,
WILLIAM J. MILLER, f Trustees.
Oilice 4b0 Louisiana avenue, j
my7-d&ds .
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY IN GEORGETOWN,
BORDERING ON ROCK CREEK. NEAR
THE P STREET BRIDGE AND METROPOLITAN
CAR STABLES.
By virtneofadeed of trust dated on the 19? h dav nM
of January,1884,and recorded in liber 1.000, folio HI
302, et seq. .one of the land records for the District JJJJL
of Columbia, and by direction of the parties secured
thereby, we shall sell at public auction, upon the premises,
on TUESDAY, the NINETEKNTHday of MAY,
1885, at FIVEO'CLOCKP. M., ail that certain ground
and premises In the city of Georgetown, lu the District
of Columbia, contained within the metes and
bounds following, to wit: Beginning for the same at a
point in the angle of West street extended, in said
Georgetown, at the end of a line drawn
south 44iiii deg. west. 13 4-10 perches from
Rock Creek, where It is crossed by a bridge,
said point of beginning, being showu on the plat of
said premises (filed in cause No. 8121, equity docket
No. 22, Supreme Court, D. C.,) at the letter "B;"
thence running south 35*? deg. west 11 2-10 perches
to Rock creek at the point designated on said plat at ,
the letter "A;" thence with the winding of Rock creek
as follows: Scuth 37^ deg. east. 6 3-lO perches; south 1
6deg. eat-t, 7 perches; south 88^ deg. east. 6
perches; nortn 41>4 deg. east, o perches; north 14>4
deg. east, 7 perches: north < deg. west, 4 perches;
north 27% deg. west 11 perches; thence, leaving said
Rock creek, south 44*fc deg. west, 13 4-10 perches to .
the point of beginning, containing two and a quarter !
(2V acres, which said land was conveyed to Bartholomew
and Elisabeth Oertley by W. R. Woodward, trustee,
tar deed duly recorded In liber j. a. 8., No. 175,
fbllo 649, or the land records for said District. Together
with all the rights and improvements thereto
Belonging. Said Improvements consist of a three (3)
story frame dwelling.
Terms of sale: One-third cash; balance In notes of
twelve and eighteen mouths with Interest from day of
sale, to be secured by deed of trust on property sold.
9250 to be paid at time of sale. Upon the fiiuure of
Surchaser to comply with terms or sale within Ave
ays after sale property will be resold at cost and risk
of defaulting purchaser, after five days' notice in Thk
Evkniso Stab newspaper. All conveyancing at purrhgnr'fi
cost
ANDREW B. DUVALL, \
myMdfcdt EDWIN FORREST?^ i Trustees.
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OUR STOCK OF RIBBONS IS VERY LARGE,
4ND WE GUARANTEE THE CHEAPEST IN
HIE CITY. EXAMINE THEM.
OUR ASSORTMENT OF FEATHERS.FLOWERS,
POMPONS AND MILLINERY GOODS IS CONSTANTLY
BEING ADDED TO, AND THE PRICES
\P.K VERY LOW.
WE SELL NOTIONS JUST AS CHEAP AS WE
r>0 MILLINERY GOODS. WE DO NOT ADVER1TSE
ONE PRICE IN THE PAPERS AND ASK
ANOTHER AT THK STORE ALL OUR GOODS
A.RE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND VERY
LOW. FROM WHICH WE WILL NOT DEVIATE
VISIT US AND SATISFY YOURSELF OF THE
rRUTII OF THE STATEMENT, AND AT THE
SAME TIME SAVE MONEY FuR YOURSELF.
NEW YORK MILLINERY STORE,
my12 930 7th street northwest.
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Now is the time. Goods have never been as low,
?nd is doubtflil whether they ever will be as low again,
rhe variety ol'goods offered now on all sides is unexcelled.
The quality of them has been very much improved.
So we say again NOW Is the time to buy.
we, on our part, display a magnificent Btock of lowpriced
articles. And they keep on cominglu. Among
ihem are the following specialties:
Carpet Top Blacking Boxes at 99c. and $1.49.
Walnut Music Racks at 99c. and $1.98.
Walnut Book Shelves, three shelves. 99c.
Oak Hook Shelves, $119. $1.25 and $1.49.
Three-prong Towel Racks, 10c.: fine hand-painted
lo., 99c.: Walnut aud Oak Towel Racks, 99c.; Silk
Plush Towel Rack (something new). $2.98.
Beautifully painted Paper Racks and Wall Pockets,
pi.25.
Plush Toilet Mirrors In numberless designs from
29c up; Plush Mirrors, round aud square, from 99c.
up: French Plate Mirrors, oak frame, 99c.
Nickel Clocks, best quality, warranted. 99a
Marine Clocks, $1.49: with alarm, $1.98.
Carriage Clocks, new design, $1.98.
Plunh iloeksiuewtat $2.29, worth s3.49.verj' pretty.
Plush Thermometers, match safes,<Sc., from 35c. up.
Plush Collar aud Cuff .Boxes at $1.25 each.
Celluloid Toilet SetS, In handsome plush cases,
?1.98.
Fine Manicure Sets In plush cases, $1.79.
Willow Nursery Chairs. 99c. ahd $1.25.
Children's Rocking Chairs, 99c.
Ladies' Sewing Rockcrs, very pretty, $1.98.
Hammocks In seveVal styles, 99c.
Hammock Stretchers and Ropes, 25c. each.
Imported Oleographs, very fine, in gilt frames, size
24x30, only $1.98; smaller sizes of the same, $1.25.
Whatever vou may desire in our line, vou will find
NOW at the lowest figure, and our immense assortment
cannot fitil to be a surprise to you.
M. 81 L VERB ERG & CO.,
myll 312 7th street and 313 8th st. n. w.
A ew Feature
lust received, a supply of ADAMS & WESTLAKE8
FLUID-BURNING STOVES,
in entirely new feature In Fluid-Burning Stoves; the
safest, best, and most economical of
anything yet made.
We have also A.&W. COAL OIL and GAS 8TOVES
>f all sizes.
Persons in want of Summer Stoves should not fail to
ixainlne these goods before purchasing.
Our CELEBRATED MONARCH FLUID and
*1 RING WHITE OIL are the best that can be found
iu this country.
SIMPSON A GUY,
my9-7t 1005 Pennsylvania ave.
Hard Times
AND LITTLE MONEY MAKE* THIS a GOOD
year to buy
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RELIABLE CLOTHING DEALER8L
We have made prices to meet the times, so that none
may deny themselves a Spring Suit. You know we
mean what We say.
A good CHEVIOT SUIT at $5.50, worth $0.
A good CHEVIOT SUIT at $0.25, worth $10.
A fine MIXED CASS1MERE SUIT at $7-50, worth
*12.
A fine CA86IMERE SUIT ?t $9, worth f14.
A fine PRINCE ALBERT SUIT at $15. worth $25.
A nice four-button CUTAWAY at $11, worth $20.
And all others at proportionate low prices.
CHILDREN'S' SUITS from $1.76 upwards.
BOYS' SUITS from $3 upwards.
l.OOO pairs of PANTS for Men, Boys and Children
very cheap.
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LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTHINQ OOl,
mvO CORNER 7TK AND G STREETS.
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A SENSATION AT ALBANY. J
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THE OLUVERnra TRIAL TO-DAY.I;
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RUGG, THE MURDERER, EXECUTED. j
t-OT. HILL* CO CP D'ETAT. j ]
He Call* no Extra Session to Pms a Cen- I sum
RiU-Kxcitrmvnt n( Albany. I
8pecial Dispatch to The Evsntxs Stab- I ^
Albany. N. Y., May 15.?A# soon as thelegls- 1
lature adjourned sine die to-day Gov. Hill re- c
convened It in special session to paw a bill on 1
the state census. The extra session begins at l
4:30 tliis afternoon.
The utmost excitement prevails through the i
capital over Governor Hill's proclamation call- I
ing au extra session?the first called in this t
state since 183:2. The republicans express a I
determination to refuse to pass the census bill, ! >
which Governor Hill demands, and the demo- | t
crats are enthu#iiustlc at the governor's Napo- I
iconic cour d'etat and promise to staud by him i
all summer. The proclamation, the governor's r
friends claim, will undoubtedly load to Hlll'e |?
nomination for governor by the democrats. i j
Tbe London Tennis Match. J j
THE AMERICAN WIX8. I s
Special Cable Dispatch to The Eveniko St a a.
^,a>* 15.?Pettltt is playing splen- 1
dldly in the tennis match to-dav, andisgradu- I
alty wearing Tainbers down. I'ettitt won the s
first set, six to two, and the second six to three, I J
und the score is now five sets each. All the 1
chances favor the American. I I
Pettlt won the championship, the score being I *
i to 5. Both men played superbly, and were I J
warmly applauded by their respective friends. 1
Lillian Madison's Death. I e
contincation of the trial of clcvkbirs j
at richmond?the watch key. 1 ,
Richmond, Va? May 15.-The first witness 5
sworn this morning in the case of T.J. Cluverius. J,
on trial for the murder of Lillian Madison, was i
" >;?i?dpess,an employe at the Chesapeake ,
and Ohio coal docks. He was at the wharves
ou the morning of March 14, and saw the bun- ?
. or ?* Nothing found floating in the ?
river. The bag was here shown and identified.
\\ itness helped to put back the articles taken ?
from the bag after it had been dried. Nothing 7
had been left out, nor had anything been but In ;
not first found in It.
Judt'C Crump, of counsel for the defense, ?
mo\ed that this evidence be expunged from the Z
record. | v
The motion was overruled, and the defense *
excepted. I
Mrs. Annie Williams, mofher of Johnnie Wil- l
iiams. the boy who found the watch key at the i
hole in the reservoir fence, testified that her
son had given her the watch kev on Sundav. I
-March 15; that next day she cave'the kev toa I
young man named Walter Hill, Mr. Jack Wren, i,
the detective, having sent for it, and that she c
had not seen the key since until this morning,
in the clerk s office, where it had been shown d
her. 1 c
J. D. Redwood, foreman In charge of the Che*apeake
and Ohio wharves, testified to the find- ?
iug of the bag of female clothing. One piece of c
the clothing was marked with the name "F "or *
*r. L. Madison" aud another with three initials 11
which were Indistinct. d
Witness was questioned at some length by 11
both sides as to the ebb aud flow of the tide In fl
the river, the distance from Mayo's bridge to P
the point where the bag was found, the letigth 11
of tune it would take for anything to float be- I
tween tlie two poiuts, etc. The marked gar- e
nients were here shown to the jurv. The three 8
initials ou one garment, which Mr. Redwood I
said were indistinct, were "F. L. M.," though J
considerably blurred.
A recess was here taken for two hours for the a
jury and counsel on both sides aud the prisoner o
to visit the reservoir. I j
As on yesterday, the defense objected to the
line of testimony now being presented. h
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The Rebellion In Kashffar. e
THE MOHAMMEDANS SAID TO HAVE INVOKED I
THE AID OF BC8SIA. t'
St. Petersburg, May 15.-Reports continue E
to reach here from Teheran concerning the revolt
of the Mohammedan population of Kasb- J"
gar, in ( hiiie.se 1 urkestan. against Chinese rule. I i
It is now staled that the Evolutionists have I ?
driven the mandarins from all the nrincinal
towns. I
It is also said that the leader of the Mohamnieu.ins
is a son of Yakoob Neey, and that he a
has invoked Russian protection and has asked T
Russia to occupy Kashgar and supply the rebels
with arms and ammunition. ?.
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The 9tej;ro Kngg Hsagcd. J n
THE MCKDKRER OF THK MAY"BEES PATS THE 1 ^
PENALTY OF HIS CRIME. "
Long Island City, May 15.?The negro Rugg i
was banged here to-day for the inurde? of the
Maybees, mother aud daughter. There was
great interest in the execution, and hundreds ?
of applications for admission to witness it bad o
to be refused. Among those who saw Rugg die ,,
was John Tappan, who was arrested on suspi- ?
cion ol the murder, aud would certainly have Joeen
hanged ou circumstantial evidence if I,
Rugg liad not been captured and confessed ?
Rugg was removed to a cell ou the second \
floor of the jail, opposite the gallows, last night.
, ear his cot there was an iron post to which bis a
left leg was chained. After smoking a cigar, he f
retired about y o'clock, and only woke once till \
morning. At 6 o'clock mass was read in the *
condemned man's cell and communion admin- I
istered to him. Rugg ate a light breakfast.
Afterwards he said to a reporter, "It is better Li
that I should die now unddr these circum- ?
stances. It I had not been detected aud con- -r
\?eted I might have died in my sins and met a \
diflerent end."' *
When the black capwas fixed upon his head a
lie walked beside his spiritual adviser. Father I n
^^Id, both reading pravers. I
w hile still at his devotions repeating the Lord's *
1 raver and the Hail Mary, the blant cap was I
drawn over his face and the drop fell. His death
was Instantaneous, the neck being broken. j n
Stole 91,000 Worth of Clothes.
Reading, Pa., May 15.?The merchant tailoi*- I b
iug establishment of William G. Kehl, at Pottstown,
was entered early this morning by three
thieves, who carried off nearly $1,000 worth of
goods. t<
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Latest Foreign News. a
THE EVACUATION OF THE SOCDAK. e
sF^K"r' ^'a>r 15- ? The Grenadier Guards S
and the Scots Guards will embark to-morrow t
for England. Gen. Graham aud Cols. MacNell L
and r i ceman tie will follow with the Australian
contingent. A battalion of British infantry ^
with a battery and a company of sappers a ?
corps of native infantry and a camel corps will
remain here as a permanent garrison under
command of Col. Hudson.
Many Cattle and Sheep Dying in Vie- ?
ginla. ?
Petersbckg. Va, May 15.?An unknown d
disease is prevatliug in some of the upper
counties among stock. At least 25 per centof 1
ail the cattle and sheep have died. The loss to h
farmers is incalculable. " j
financial axd commercial. n
The New York Stock Market. 11
The following are the opening and 2:20 p.ui prices I
of the New \ oik Stork market to-day, as rcoorled bv
special wire to H. U. Dodge. 53H 15th street^ r
Xante. | O. [2:20 | AUwe! o. | 2.20 ?
Can. Pac j 37V llN. Y. Cent. 84iJ R5it Z
26^ xonh Pac::;:::: i5^ *
Ceu. Pac Jo I it Do. pref.. ;im; 1
C1Jt3'<Si Vhlo > * ! (Northwest..'.'.;: 9.!^ 94\
Do. pref. 128 128
Do. Jd pref. 41* Oregon Trans. 14V' 148t
C. B. <t- Q 12-2 122 Pac. Mail 64 kltg, \
CC.C A L_...| 2? I Peo. D. & kZ 1,
I>el.4 Hud tH lU'udlni: 1 j r
}tu ? 10?7*10^ Rock Vfiand.::: li^tc
Den. ar.O.. st. P&ul i
? i?7?" i>o. iiref.;:.":: io4v 20^ ?
t P?; ^ds 51&2^j St.P. & Omaha 20V 1
111-Cent 1'2-ji-, Do. pref 72 ^
I-akeSbore 52\ 53 A v" 83 .. . I*
. s ?2?^! 32^1 Texas Pac lov ... c:
4yu. Union Pac 60S, 61 a
Vt' i Wab. Pac 2V 21*
Mo. Pac ?. ?5lh 951^ Ik>. prtC_ 6
K.J. UeiiL. i 35>a 35^ West Vniou 68%i 68% g
Baltimore Mnrheta. ?
baltimore, Md., May 15.?Virginia sixes, eon- P
sollduted, 60; new threes. 511^: past-due coupons. 61V; r
new ten-forties, 35; North Carolina threes, old. luM. h
bid to-day.
BALTIMORE, Mna May 15.?Cotton quiet and
nrm?middiin^, lOV Flour steady and quiet?Howard R
street and we.^tern super. 3.50a3.h6: do. extra, 3.9Ua ?
4.37; do. family, 4.65u5.50; city mills super, 3.60a d
3.75: do. extra, 4.DOa4.25; do. Itlo brands, o:00a5.26; u
Patapsco family, 6.00: do. superlative patent, 6.25. it
NV heat- southern fairly active and firm; western ?
dull und easy; southern red, 1.03al.U6: southern
amber, 1.12al.l3; No. 1 Maryland, 1.07al.U8; Na *
2 western winter red, spot, WU^al.UO; June. I.Ola U
1.01^ July, l.O3Vil.03^v August, l.U6^1.05^. h
Corn?southern quiet and firm; westcru dull ana wtmH h
southern white, 01; southern yeltow, 67a58; western
mixed, spot. 54a54^: June. 54u54fe July, 64La56.
Oats quiet and steady-aontbern,41a44: western white. *,
43a44; do. mixed. 41a42' Pennsylvania, 41a44. Rye (,
firm and quiet, 81a83. Hay steady and firm?prime
to choice Pennsylvania ana Marj-fand, l9.00a2U.00. ^
Provisions quiet und steadv. Mess pork, 12.75al3.OU. ri
Bulk meats?shoulders and dear rib sides, packed,
5V*a7. Bacon?shoulders, ?, clear rib sides, TV
ll^al3. Lard?refiued, 8V Butter firm and quiet?
western packed, l4alK creamery, 83a38. Ins llrtt. d
Ha 14W Petroleum dull and nominal?refinea^7%a7% ?
Coffee firmer, but quiet?Rio cargoes, ordinary to fjdr. P,
7^a8>ii>. Sugar firm and fklrly active?A soft,
copper refined dull, 10M1L Whisky dull,L20aL2L n
Freights to Liverpool per steamer dull and nominal? R
cotton, 6-32all-o4d.; flour. Is.3d.; grain, 3d. Be 1,
ceipts?fiour.v.UOU barrels; wheat,15,000 bushels: oora, h|
(ito.OOO bushels; oats, 8,700 bushels; rye, 1.200 t
bushels. Shipments?corn. 21.000 bushels. Bal?
wheat, 610,000 bushels; corn. 68,000 busbala ^
Chles^o Mark eta. f
CHICAGO, Kay 16-10^0 a.m.?Tbe wheat market b
opened weak and somewhat lower, due to the floe o
growing weather, July selling down to 01k, J
62i>t at the close last night, then became firmer, and S
J uly advanced to 02V Corn steady?July 47V Oats? 3
Isko STV*** * J
CHICAGO, May 15-Wheat ruled awirteratelr
strung daring the entire session, bat fell back and
closed a shade under yesterday?Otoh and Mar. 88V v
June, 89V July, 91V Corn weak and lower???2 J.
and >lay, 46V June, 40V July, 46*^. Oats easy? 2
'sah a ?<i May,34; Rye quiet, 2
73. Wtojr nominal. Flax seed steady, iSawlusky. '
1.16. Pork steady?Jane, 11.05; July, 1L12V Un o
easier?Jaae,a77V J^y> 6A& ti
A ?00? DATH SPORT.
n> Ity Cfty l'milvrtajr
*M KpirtM KMct-Tht Pro?r?ai l ?r
t? <*y.
TheJockey dub was specially favored yesterlay
by tii? weather. The day was sui>erb. the
rack vh in excellent condition, and the atendance
ma up to thousand*. The grand stand
ras densely packed, long lines of <-arr1ages filled
rlth spectator* occupied the In-Held, and on
he quarter-stretch the crowd *m so dense thnt
t waa difficult for one to push through. The
aclng was first-claas, and everv field was atartd
with promptness In the flr*t race Klnc
Jon fully Justified the confident1* of his b?t-'krs
by winning easily, but Wtnd*ail sadly dis ppointed
her frieuds. she wa? reckonedg'*>d
or a place, but tell back aud ran iu seventh.
Cva K. came in second. t^u<*eu Father third,
koree fourth, Bullfleld rtlth. Jim Heck, Windail
and Murmur brlnglug up the rear. Time:
.:31V Mutuala paid gKlo.
The second race, tor mares of all age*, one
nlle. Farewell waa a prime favorite, though
he fact that McLaughlin Was to ride Hatef Inluced
very many to pUiee their tnone.v on the
LcxiMs mare. The field of six **** K<nt off with?ut
delay to a good start with Hatef and Soliaire
in front. Near the half-mile post Farewell
bowed her mettle by taking the leu 1. and held
t to the finish. Pink C?>ttaire ?wn<l, Hatef
bird, Bessie fourth, Solitaire Art hand Envenom
aat. Time, 1:45V Mutual* paid
In the third race the army aud navv stakes,
br three-year olds, one mile, Huref.<ot was
cratched. leaving Telle Doe. Tecumseh, Wickiam,
and Balloh as ?tarter*. Notwithstanding
he fact that Mclaughlin rode Teeutuseh,
surch's ch. f., Telle Doe, was the favorite, stie
ras reported to be in Ix-autinil form, and earied
ten pounds less thau Tecuniseh. Wf.-k?am
had numerous backers, who believed that
le could, with proper handling, show l?etter
peed than he made on the first day of the meetng.
The four horses were s.*ht off'to a splendid
tart, and passed the grand stand almost In
tne. At the half mile i?o?t Telie IVh\ showed
n front, which encouraged her backer* to utter
>remature yells. Ou the turn from the ba<-ktretch
Wlckham got ahead, but only for
k second or two. when Telie Doe araln'took
he front. Down the home stretch Mclaughlin
?ressed forward, aud despite the fact that Telie
*>e was pushed to her uttermost, won with
ase, Telle ltoe second, Wickham yd and
iulcot last. Time, l:5isa4: mutuals paid ?15.:to.
The fourth race for maidens, one mile, had
ight starters. Wentmore sold favorite iu the
>ools. The start was tair for all exccpt Wentnore,
who wan behind. Jack led round to the
>ack stretch, when' Greenfield went to the
ront and held his place to the finish. Winston
!d, Wentmore 3d, Boh May, Klttane, Jack,
im Casey and Verta passing under the wire in
be order named.
The last race was a handicap sweepstakes,
>ne and onesquarter miles. King Fau was the
nvorlte, with Lida Stanhoj>e and Hilar.ty
ilvidlng honors as second choice. The field <>f
ix was sent orl'toafair start, aud parsing
he grand staud Cbaniiclicr had the front,
rlth Hilarity hugging his flanks. On the t>n< k
tretch Hilarity went to the front with such
use that his backers counted him a sure
rlnner aud began to cbeer, but on the boinetretch
Lida Stanhope made her run and
>assed under the wire a good length ahead of
iilarity. Bald Hornet 3d, John Sullivan 4th,
hantlcleer 6th, and King Fau, the favorite,
asU Time,'211V Mutual* paid $1^.55.
To-Day"* Splendid Program.
The splendid program of to-day s racing, the
ist of the meeting, giving assurance of gixkd
port, supplemented by the beautiful weather,
Irew the largest attendance of the week at Ivv
'Ity. Even the early trains went out weft
jaded, and the later ones were crowded. Two
f the be^t events of the week were on to-day s
ard?the Diplomatic und the Brent wood stakes,
n the first Col. Sprague and Tecums<-h, each
he winner of two races duriug the first thr<-e
ays. were matched for a contest of si>eed. Ir.
he Brentwood stakes Bess, winner of the youthill
stakes Wednesday, had; her former cometitors,
Biggonnett and Faun, for another hall
iile spin.
The first race, six furlongs had a field of
leven starters, as follows: \ ;?1 l?-y Forge, Jo
helby, Miss Goodrich, Duke of Westmoreland,
Tberto. Joker, King Tom, Lucy, Lewis. Ktttaue,
oybell and Mordaunu
In the second race, the diplomatic stakes, for
11 ages, one and one-half miles, the longest run
f the meetlug, Referee, Col. sprague, olivette,
'ecumseh ana Telle Doe were entered.
The third race, for three-year-olds, one mile,
ad Frankie B, Hatef, Capt. Warren. Km met t,
led Bank, Mac, Jim Beck und De.siree as siurtrs.
The fourth race was the Brentwood stakes, for
wo-year-odds, five furlongs, Bess, shady, Bessie
I, Quito, Faun and Biggonnett started.
The fifth and last race was for beaten horses
rlth non-winning allowances, one mile. The
Jllowing started: Joe Mitchell, Jim Carlisle,
<eua, Regret, John Sullivan, Chantlcller,
loslere, John C, Maggie J and Wentmore.
Mr. Charles Wheat-ley. secretary of the Mary?nd
Jockey club and ol tlie Saratoga Racing
ssociation, is attending the Ivy City races.
wo gentlemen to ride a steeplechase.
Major Geo. F. Holmau, of Warren ton. Vu.,
nd Mr. H. G. Dulaney, of this city, will ride a
aatch steeplechase at the Ivy City coarse on
he 30th lust., for a $1,000 cup. Each gentlenun
is to ride a horse now owned by biiD,?nd
lalf forfeit has been deposited with Mr. B. L.
Hack lord.
bookmakers were vert wary to-day,
a they suffered heavily yesterday,particularly
n the last two races. They were slow in offertig
odds to-day aud very unsteady In their
gures, obanging them upon almost every
umor. In the races the horses were so evenly
Hatched that everybody seemed doubtful, so
hat bookmakers were not alone in their unertainty.
First race betters halted chiefly
etween Valley Forge and Miss Goodrich, Morant
and Kiug Tom. It wus hard for the most
xperlenced turfmen to pick the winner,though
'alley Forge was somewhat a favorite. Then
here is always a degree of uncertainty about
he last day of the meeting.
The bookmakers gave the following odds on
he first racei Mis* Goodrich. 3 to 1; Valley
"orge, 8 to 5; Shelby, 5 to 1; Joybell and King
'om, each 8 to 1; Uberto, 6 to 1; Joker, 1*2 to 1;
lordaunt, 4 to 1 Lucy Lewis, 10 to 1, and
>uke of Westmoreland, 8 to 1. Mordaunt had
Sood many backers, as his owner, P. Burch,
money on him.
irst rack won by dvkk of westmoreland.
The first race was won by the Duke of Westloreland;
Mordant second. Time, 1:10.
The President Invited to Bo?ton.
:K INTIMATES THAT HE MAY BE ABLE TO GO
THERE IN THE FALL.
A delegation of the city government of Boe>n,
headed by President Jenkins, of the city
ouncll, called upou the President this afteroon
and extended an invitation to attend the
alebration of the anniversary of the battle of
tunker Hill, on the 17th of June, and if a visit
hen was Impracticable to be present at the
[arvard commencement later in June. The
'resident replied that he would be unable to
isit Boston at the dates of the in\ itation, but
e was desirous of going there, aud held out a
ope of making a visit early in the tall.
Loral NoIm.
George Wallace, the colored countryman who
ras arrested for receiving hams alleged to have
een stolen from the Kiggs house, wus tried in
he Police Court U>-duy, and fined or OO
ays in jail.
To-day in the case ol the alleged lunacv of
linotb.v Sands, before a marshal s Jury, a liiiin er
of witnesses, mostly physician*, testified to
Ir. Sands' sanity.
To-day, on the report of the examining comnittee,
the following were admitted to tlie bar:
*r. M. Stewart, s. N. Crandall. s. Laing Willams,
Alfred Clum, Walter B. Grant, aud J. G.
iutchins.
The Garibaldi Monument association?to
aise funds and build a monument to Gen.
iluseppe Garibaldi?has filed a certificate of
uconioratlon. The directors are Tullio de Suzara-Verdl,
Luigl G. Marlni, and Iguazio Tiuagio.
Transfer* of Heal E??a<*.
Deeds In fee have been recorded as follows:
V. B. Jackson et al., trustees, to Daniel O'Bri. n,
>t 73, sq. 634; ^'2,375. Same Ui Harriet R.
Brien, lot 74, do.; $2,375. H. Johnson et al.,
o H. B. Moulton, lots 50 and 54. sq. 28; g3,2on.
lary A. Lipscomb to J. W. Walker, one-third
iterest in pU>. 20 aud 21, Georgetown; 6 .
iary Pitch to W. W. and W. Daneuhower, sub
)ts 62 and 63, sq. 206; f1,800. Isaac A. Roserans
to J. J. Aibaugb, lota 8 to 20, and pts. 6
nd 6, sq. 308; >
The Wales court-martial resumed Its secret
?sslon at two o'clock tbia afternoon. The coun?1
and others went away to return to-morrow
\ornlng, when it la expected the decision of
ae oourt on the question of Jurisdiction will
e announced.
Paralyzed iir the Court-Room.? Thla
lorning, in the Circuit Court-room, Mr. F. A.
Larsche, a witness in the lunalico iiiquirendo
toceedlnga as to the venerable Tiniotbv Sands
as called as a witness, and while on tfie stand
. waa noticed he answered the questions somehat
incoherently. He was removed to the
itness room,where be was attended bv Dr. Pat;rson,
Dr. Bush and Dr. Poole, who found tliut
e was partially paralysed. He was sent to his
ome by the police.
Marriage Licenses. ? Marriage licenses
ave been issued by the clerk of the court to
/. J. Willis and Carrie E. Bond; Henrv I.ang>n
and Anna Ace ^George W. Goings and Care
Washington: Patrick Moriarty and Belle
IcNally; Hugo Rotten burg aud Hedwig Saur.
Avction Sale or Stocks.?At Duncanaon
ros.' auction sale of stocks Thursday afteroon
the prices were as follows: 60 shares
Washington Gas, 4'iV^ IO shares Metropolitan
lilroad, 86V; 30 shares do., 85V 1 share Bank
epubllc, 157%; 20 shares Great Falls Ice. Mi;
5 shares do., 88V; 13 shares do., 87V 15
iares Title Insurance, 100V 5 shares Electric
Ight, 41V 25 shares Electric Light, 41; 26
hares Cltiaen'a National bank, 165; 10 shares
Ost Sewing Machine. 23V 05 shares National
nion Insurance,18; SO ah are* Second National
ank, 112; 50 shares Firemen's Insurance,
?V 100 share* Riggs' Insurance, 700; 25
harea Columbia railroad, 35V 23 shares do.,
5; 50 shares Belt railroad, 40V,: loo shares
leUopolltan Insurance, 65: 5u shares Geoige>wn
Gas, 4L _
The Revised Old Test am ekt.?'The revised
erslon of the Old Testament will be Issued to
tks London newspapers to-night, and wiU be
istrlbuted among the booksellers on Monday,
'he changes are described as being less numerus
in proportion, but more important, than
MNff Om rrrtoad New Testament.
s
IOU DKJWAT* *0 AfUNTA.
The Commissioners here appointed the fttW
lowing additional d*l(ttln w rrprm?t the
of IVlurabit before mUomi c >rnluerrUU
convention to be held at AUmiilO*.,
on the l#tb Instant: J. H. Msgtudet E. O.
Ihtvls, Jos. I- Barbour. E. Kurtc Joliwi . M W,
Oalt. V M Gait, Geo.W. Adama Frank Hume,
W. T Wtlkirjinni ClepbaML TbtxsM joiner.
ville, John E. HerreU. * **<1. R. N. Tay.
lor. Lewis J. Davla, l>t*r F. Bmw and Ed war*
Temple.
nnt>?n?? m?ni
lrnicd br Inspector fcntwlsle: U. A. Grtewold,
rej?alr frame 011 Johnson stroeLAnaoogtia 91UO.
H. K. Hitler, repair frame Mil 1 rtreet northwent:
Mary C>entwell. repair bri^k, 2d
nwt, l*tween Virginia avenue and D street
southwest; f4U0. Au*u*t Von Haer. repair
brick. dwclinig '.*016 13th street norihwestj
91,000. O. H. Hoover. erect a two-story and
ha?eui. nt dwelling, 4tb and M street* uortu*
wwt; #o,700.
Xewi Brleft.
Circulars have been Issued calling a rt*'? eonventlou
of t l?e prohibitionist* to meet Jitn* ad,
to demand pledgee from both state conventions
to submit agaiu the question of const It w l tonal
| prohibition.
Mcxiriin government official* aajr the f<nw?
j tons to the Mexican National railway Is la eej
rious danger of forfeiture.
M. Purnowo, wlm Is acting minister of the In*
tcrior of Ku??ia, reports an active revive of nihil
Hm and the hatching of new plots at tieneva
and London.
In au altercation In New York last evening
t?M wivii Urrv O'Brien. a well-known brogef
' and politician. Hnd tieo. Truman, a sorting
character. th?> former wan probably 'staiiy
slabbed and the latter was shirt twice.
l'<>un<lmakci and his band have captured a
1 train of thirty-one teams and ta-enty-ous teamsters
near Hattleford after a desperate fight. In
which several men wen* wounded aud two
kill<-d?one a mounted policeman.
The I^ondon St-itxUtrd believes that Russia
definitely decline* to sanction the proposal* regarding
the Atgliun frontier Just submitted for
pprovsl by England.
The Mormon church organ bewails the hardno**
of heart of l'roeldeut Cleveland in n<4
promising to stop the enforcement of tUe law,
and send a commission of Investigation.
A frightful explosion of nHro-glycerlne and
dynamite at the Somerset, l*a., chemical works
last evening blew one of the proprietors W T.
lteiu'h, of Now York?loatoms, and a recked the
building *.
The British house of commons voted last
nlifht?337 against 3* - to grant an annuity of
i.OOO pound* to Princes* Ib-atrlce OB Um uoeaslon
or her approachtug marriage.
J. IJ. Hlansette, of <*arfleld. Ark., was shot
and mortallv wounded bv Jasper Muring, who
nad insulted lUanwette's wlfb.and was knocked
down by Blansette.
Sylvester lgnar.lo, Aucu?tlne Glllard#? and
Giovanni Ar.raro have t>?en indicted as principals
for the murder of Klllppo Caruso In blca?
ico, and Anotunlo Muscurl and Hove as aoaeei*
>ries.
In Pari* yesterday Mr. Morton presentM his
letters of ivcall to I'resldentGrevy, and Mr. Mo
I.atie, the new United State* nit ulster, presented
his credentials.
Joe t'otten won the Kentucky derby In 'J:37\
at Louisville yesterday.
MARRIED.
McMAHON?KTUNDON. On Tuesdsy, M.v 12.
1SH6, m Kaltuuure, M<1., bv ths Rev. Edward ' In ..k.
tan. i-RANK A. M?'M \1loN aud LLUX ellNLKjN,
both of WixlimpoD, 1>. C.
NEB.
DOYLE. On Thursday afternoon, May 14tL ls?c?.
at 12:15 o'clock, Mrs. LUCUETLA DoYLE, widow
of the late Robert E. Doyle. utred sixty tt\e y?*?*
The foueral will take placv <>n Sundav afl?rnuuii. at
hslf-psMt two o'clock, from her late r.tildeuee. loin K
street, and will nrm-eed to St. I*strk-k's caur>h.
Friends and relatives are invited to aiuatd. 2
HAHRINUTON. ' ?n Thur-dsr, Msv 14. l?a% at 10
p. in . Kl'WIN ii AlUU N<iiuS. eldest itid laluvei
child of lieorgf W. and Mary M. Uarriiigiou.
Funeral Huuiliy afternoon, st 3 t> m..iToiri tb# re<iden<vof
hi* pur>'ntH. No. 744 f?l*th street nor m. L
i-rieuds and relative* are InviU'd to attend. P
HOWARD. Departed this life at her re?M.n.-e,
H str?*et nortiiea?it,ou May 14, la>%A Ul.iNl-.ll
HOWARD, In the eighty-seventh year of her a.
Her remains will lie r?'-sted in Wesley Zlou ct'un-ii,
on Sunday, May IT, at three ?> clock
KINO. On Wednesday, Mav 13th. 1RX5, at t^>*Ineton,
Ry , of pnetiiuoiiia, M1C11ALL kilNo.soii f
the late Patrick Kuik.
Notice of ftineral liereafter.
Mi F.l.WKK On Tuesday. Msytmh.lWft, al?er a
Ioiik sud |iuiufiil illness, JAM K- MclXWUL
llie tUneral will take |i1iuh- from hi* lat? rsMrnnh
1423 T street nonhwest, on Saturday, Ma* Iflti at 3
o'clock. Relatives, friends and ? olnnitit* L*jdi' No.
1,1. O. of M.t are r?-s|s?ctfully invited to attend 2*
STtM'KINO. On Monday, May 11th. INKS, EMILY
C.,daUKhterof E. B. and Kinilyt'. Kt<?-fcln<c
Kemain* were removed to Syracuse, New York "
WALKER. On Friday, May l.?lh, 1M*??>, of ph- j * '
fheria, MAHY l'AVL1N I., u^.-d ten years. dau?;iiifr W.
of l>ea*i-> A. and SalUe WalkVr. w
Funeral private. a*
WALLIX'iMRiKD. Afters h>ngsnd paliihilliifiean,
wbicbshe tx.re with Christian lortuude EM M 4 1WALL1
NWiSFoKli, In the fori> iiflh y*sar uf kei
t uneral tstitidav. at f>ur o'clock. Friend- uf t #
faintly are Invited to attend, at her rsstCeuoc. ~1U
Viriiiula avenue southeast. -j*
WEYOAXT. On Friday, May 15th. IHsft.ai r. nt
o'clock am., at the resideni-e of her Krandmolljei >i rs.
Mary C I>evy,457 M t??ourt avenue, PAULINE V MLAM),
aeed 15 years and 21 daj'a
.NiSiue oi funeral lu-reafWr. *
UNDERTAKERS.
KEMoYAL. **" ~ /
SI F. HARVEY,
t'NDERTAKEll,
apl4-lm P-2 IVnunylvauia A>e. N VI". ? ^
VRTHIK lt< SINK VS. %
14'lli islHl IT Ft ilNITt RE AND LNl'kJt
XAKl.Nu ESi ARLisiiiUkNT,
B|>? 1738 a w.
JAMES BELLEW.
UNDERTAKES,
t orner of O st. and N? w Jersey ave. B.w. Per^nsl
Htteution to all detail* of funerals. f?v
1 ? bTcAlN a tC
lit VNDFRTAKERS,
loll 7th St., between New York sea gad Lgn*.
WASIUNUTON. D. CL
? U. Bui ELEK.
FURNISHTNO UNDERTAKER,
Noa 012 Pennsylvania avenue northwest and 7*5
Wth wt. soutbesst Telephone call No. 864. d>4lM
w. barker,
UNDERTAKER AND PRACTICAL IMBU MH
612 11th strest north wssk
Telephone call 947-4. o? 14
JOHN K WRUiHT]
iKKUifottK *np FcNBasL DiaacvMt
13^7 loth street northwsek
Telephone call 7UMi dIO
MEDICAL, &c. _
Dlt. AND MME. Sl.I.DFN."
32W MlSsiOfRf A\*E.,
(Near 4>% st.. toelow l'enn*yl\aula ave n.w.)
Ofhce always open. try 14-#?*
IT HAS NEVER BEFN 0?NTR"ADDTKD TIIAT
l?a. BHO'l tt KKS is the old.-st Kstatiltshed art ertisiiiK
Ladi<-s'Physician in this city, ladlei. you isn
confidently consult llR. BROTHKIW.WW B ?t ??.
Particular attention |iaid to all iiseaia's oeculia' to
ladies, married or single. All suooewftill} tre??<?-<J
gaTibiard. with good ao-omuiodaiious, an.i kUid nflii-ient
nurses fhrnlHlied to those who may desire to ?tay
a lew day* in the city under bis treatment, my P-1 tn*
MANItOOiTRKOTORKD iB\ T>.rNU A B? H I l.K
or two of DR. BROTHERS' InvigorsUng <X?r<liai.
Will cure any can* of nervous debility and loss
of uerve power It Uunarts vigor to the sbole system.
t**i B st. s.w. myO-lm*
rTleon-8
FEMALB PfLIA
Mulled to any address on recoipt of 91. 116 D
n.w. m y6-2W
Krad and be wise.?dr. bk< ?theris, i#oa m
i 8t. k w , upiM-areti before m** ftud o+lb i?iti
he is the Oldest E-uhlishod Expert Sp?-cialist In Uiis
dty, and will guarantee a cure in all csnss of pfivats
disease, aud fiiruisii nitslidue. or no cliarge: U? !> >r
furnished medicine free. Onusultatloa and edvi-.w
fV?'e at any hourduriiii; tiiedav. i^ul>scrtbed and ??*rii
to before iiie by l>r. BROTHERS. April "id, 1HU4
ap30-lm* SAMUEL II. WALKER, Notary PuMW.
Madame de foricht.
1245 7th st. n.W.
Office hours from 1 to 0 a m. apW-la* _
>/ i JJAVS' TRIAL
i>r dye's
ELECTRIC VOLTAIC BELT, and other Et.w-rs.ro
AI'I'Liamrs. We will send on thirty days trlai to
men, young or old, who are Buffering from Nerv al
Debility. l>>*t Vitality, and those disease* of* personal
nature resulting from abuse* and other causss Hpewty
relief and complete rw to ration to bealUi, vigor as d
manhood Kuarauteed. bend at ones tor UlustrstsC
liamphlet, frss. Addrsss VOLTAIC BELT t-O^, Marshall.
MU-t. JeWKas
DK MOTT H FRENCH POWI>ERS CUltfc Al.L
Urinary Dises*e* In 4Shour* Nervous OebUH y,
Organic Wtwknes* caused by hKllscrettan. Puieou?is
Diseases of Blood, alfrctinf Throat, N use and ss-tj.
Hold st STANDIFORU'H, St.Cloud Pharmacy Mto asf
F streets. Price 93. Bent by mail Ssaisd. au!^?.w#
1CCRE~FIT8!
When I say I cure I do not mean merely to Mm
them for a time and then have them return agsdnl
mean s rsdical cure. I hsve made the disease of FITW,
EPILEPSY fn FALLING BICKNUSH a Rfr-loag
study. I warrant my remedy lo cure Um wona ?m> i
Because other* bsve failed is no resaon tor not aoaseeel
ving s cure. Send at once tor a trsstlse sad a rras
Bottle of my infallible remedy. Olre Exprss* and Pu^
Office. It costs you nothing tors Uial, and I will ??*
vou. Addres* \)t. H. ii. *tOOT( ltt3 Psert it, Nt-w
"York.
1\R ROBERTWON, THE WE^K|IOW? TOb
Wj sk-ian and surgeon, and the olde?t rsllabie Rectos
Ut In Baltimore dty. can be oowuitad ia J* s^riagum
every Wednesday and bauirdaj . at hM prlvMe reatnp
456 C at n w.. near 4% St., from 3 to 9 ^a. on aT
Bbthwxsi Ooowihattoweonfldeal
tial and a cure guarsntesd la every osea Main oA<?*
?U N. Liberty si. Baltimore. MA
-pv ALLY LINE TO NORFOLK AMD FOKTSJCM
MONROE,
BTEAMEB8 GEORGE LEART AND EZCEUBOM,
COMMENCING MAT 6,1M6.
One of these popular tee mew will lease 7th street
wharf Dsilv. except sckda v, at 5:30 p. m.
For particular* Inquire at < ompaan eAea 7m
strset wbart Telephone No. 745<i
p^OR POTOMAC BXVSK LAND1MUSL
NEW IRON STEAMER "WAKEFIELD"
Teens 7th-street wharf on MONDAYS, IIII ?
DAYS and HaTURDaYB at 7 aaa Met si si ai
TUE?DA\'?k. FRIDAY8 and^BUNDAY p.m, ioucs
C&rtoiiJSTvajBt. Osmsnts' Bay*sa*Lso*sa*ewi^
Md. Ounasem wtth R. AO. R. M stHlmMrt* M
schedule JOHN & PAdSHEaW
C W. RIDLEY, Maas^ar. gpU
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