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TELEGRAMS TO IE STAB.
A FmrUn Weslrnn Rnndit.
noon mmii ro? ?> *au ???? slooby Dim
HtTT TkKBOBl/kO SI!* ?U)A.
Nosalsb. Abb.. Sot. 2.-The noted Mexican ban.
dlt Bern UIs Just unw sriTlng the Mexican authori
ties mora trouble than any other man of that class
ha.i glren them for a number of years. He Is ope
ratios in the southern part of the state of Slnaioa.
au J r la said his herds ?' attroctty ar- such as to
fnrxe toe Wood In the reins uf ihe most hardened
individual. lie Las a following of not more than
twenty, hot t:>ey are uten equally a* desperate as
himself. and they hare terrorized a Urge section of
country. So desperate hate they become that a
large Dumber of the soldiers stationed along the
Bonora Ktver have been ordered to nnKwl south
and assist the troops along the Yaqin Klver In
bunting down lue bandit ami his gang. Long
yean of outlawry hare made them bolder, and
they are aal<1 to have munlen d and robtied ihe
peaceful Inhabitants of large Tillages and commu
nities.
After niacin ? Iran.
an ob 10 rutin *10 s rimiorslt dhappxarkd
?crrans some wkaltht.
Prrrssraa, Not. 2.?A special from Wheeling. W.
?a., to the Hitpateh says: The family of John
Nichols consisting of a wife and serenl children,
11 Ting about 20 wiles from here, in Athens l ounty.
Ohio, were astounded Just nineteen years ago
Tuesday to flrd that the bead of ihe household
bad absconded in a mysterious manner. He left
nothing bebiDd to show w here or why he had gone.
He was In gnodcircum^tan -es and all his relations
were most pie u?. nL Afterspendlug agool deal of^
money in searcniug for mm bis wile gare up in
despair. Her he nth rapidly tailed and death soon
claimed her. HH chlluren were taken In var*ous
houses, and h ive grown up. married and almost
forgotten their fat ner. Yesterday afternoon he re
turned, and h is been heartily welcouesL lie la
? prosperous western farmer. but does not explain
Ut disappearance and Iong absence.
WI?S?llII ? Draulh in Kentnrkjr.
rum in , >jot. 2.?There la a great deal of suf.
?wing and loss of stock in Southern Kentucky by
reason of the scarcity of Water, which has to be
hauled for miles for house as well as other uses.
The bottoms are ailve with hogs and cattle wan
dering after drink, bund eds of the former being
found dead inroughoui the elevat ions, as well as
on ib6 lower i&od% The eftlroaif uf loss to the
rinters in stock alone IsTery h.gh. The situation
becoming desperate. and sales of slock are being
made at prices below anytulng ever known.
The PmMeal'* ArWlralien *pe?ck.
WHAT THf tO*DOW P A P K KS HAT ASOCT IT.
The London Daily .v??, commenting on the
art)tt rat loo memorial, says that President Cleve
land's reply to the British delegation, without
absolutely committing his Government to the
establishment of a permanent tribunal, shows
every disposition to entertain the scheme.
The Telrj/raph says: ??President Cleveland's
reply to the delegation was thoroughly sympa
thetic. Though his speech was guarded, his
words Imply more than If they were Used, as they
might be. by the most aggress, ve of princes or
?tatesnien." _ _ .
The ChronirU says: "President Clerelsnds
reply Justifies the bedel that the American people
leclprucate the frlendty sentiments of the British
Bat ion. expre:,8ed by sir Lyon Playt.dr. When a
large section of the Brlilsn parliament, acting in
conjunction ? 1th the trades union congress, are
found In perteot accord with the President of the
United States on this question It must be ad
mitted that tt e cause they uphold Is In a fair way
at adTancement."
The Stan-lard says: "The reply of President
Clove land Is laconic and perhaps a trifle oracular,
but we gather trvm li e caution exhibited thai he
does not see his way to (lie immediate maturing of
such a treaty. The deputation Itself can scarcely
hare tidied 10 discern that the President's lan
guage contained a coTert rebuke to their too
?anguine hopts.? _
London Police Viet hods.
IXDIGMAT COSSKSTK ON THK AC\Jl ITTtI. OP TH1 TO
LICkB AN WHO ABHESTKV MISS CM.
The falluie of the prosecution of policeman En
dacott for traducing the character of Miss Cass is
asub)ect of regretful comment. The Pall M'Ul
OazrUe, which took a leading part in the crusade
against the police me'hods,Illustrated by the Case
arrest, Ls especially bitter against Judge Stephen,
who deemed the eridence against Endacolt in
sufficient to hold hltn on. The Unzttlr says ihat
It may now be accepted as English law that there
Is bo redress for any person accused by a pollce
???? According to Judge Stephen, remarks tae
editor, if the Tiiest man on the [on* were to swear
that the prln<~"38 of Wales was soliciting, be could
not be held for perjury unless the princess pro
duced witnesses to sustain ber denial
The outcome of the case h is been unfortunate
for Ml*t Cass in all respects. Though it Is con
ceded that there was no pruof of anything im
proper in her conduct on the evening of h< r arrest,
when she was carrying a bundle tor delivery for
ber employers, yet the great resources of ihe po
lice department have been used In tracing her his
tory during ber whole life, and the result has been
the discovery of s- me peccadilloes which have
been magnified as much as possible in order to
discredit ner before the public. It was shown that
?Be was frivolous and Indiscreet in ber conduct b>v
tore coming to London, though nothing war* than
ClTLaUtio was proven. 1 bo podos, tuna, without
any proof to that effect. Insinuated that ber sud
den marriage after the proceedings began was ar
ranged IB order to offset me.ileal evidence as to
her chastity. It is agreed, howerer, by those in
Wrested in criticising the action of the police that
bis line of attack was an evasion of the real Issue
and cou.d hare no bearing on the right of an offi
cer to make arbitrary arrests of women a?ainst
whom bo evidence could be produced of Improper
conduct at the time of the arrest.
Wosks Whs Waal Suffrage.
oamirnoN or the national association.
The second day's session of the American Woman
Suffrage nssn Ti'i'n now homing its nineteenth
annual meeting in Philadelphia, was opened yes
terday with sixty-three delegates in attendance,
representing thirteen States, committees were
appointed, and en -ouraglng reports from the aux
iliary State societies were then presented. Mrs.
Lucy stone. In giving a review of the work In
Massachusetts, said that the advocates of the
cause had tried hard to get a concession from the
legislature las: year, permitting women to exer
cise municipal suffrage. A Mil granting thlscon
ceaston passed the house, but was choked off In
tbe senate. The protests came from some women,
Mrs. stone said, and some very silly men.
The first big event In the afternoon was the pre
sentation of -esolutlons, whlcn declared that a
representative government, b sed upon the equal
suffrage of me 1 and women. Is superior to all other
political Issues, ?nd appealed to the men of both
parties to do Justice to women and vole for leg Is
latora who wlL work and vote tor woman suffrage.
They sak legts atures to extend to women the suf
frage at municipal elections. The resolutions con
gratulated the legislature of Kansas, hallel as an
ally the Women a christian Temperan<-e Union,
aad recognized the women suffrage resolutions of
the Knights of Labor, the new land and labor party
and the prohibitionists, as an evidence of growing
?en time til in favor of the cause. The largest audi
ence of tbe day was In Association Hail when tue
evening session began, and addranes were deliv
ered by Mary F_ Haggard, of Indiana, and CoL T.
Wentwortn Hlgglnaon, of Boston.
At to-day's s snlon of the convention there will
be a dlsr a-wior. on the question of a union between
the National Woman Suffrage Association and the
American Woman suffrat-e Association.
A Grcsl Vein ?( leal.
IT ? DtscoTkBiD Arrca rora tears' search o a
WILaSSSAKKk SSAIT.
Tar more than four years past men in the em
ploy of the Lehigh and Wllkesbarre coal CO. at
IM shaft in Sout n Wllkesbarre have been digging
?ad drilling in toe endeavor to find what Is known
Mtbe Baltimore vein. A< cording to a Philadel
phia Prnu dispatch prominent engineers have
more than once declared that t bis vein did not run
through the company's property, and advised the j
officers of tbe company to abandou the project. |
But they persevered, and Tuesday morning ihey 1
were rewarded by the announcement from con
tractor John James that the Baltimore vein had
Besa struck at a depth of l,un? feet.
Tbe abaft is :ne lee pest lu this part of Pennsyl
vania, being 2U0 feet deeper than the Diamond, at
AcrantoBTrh* Baltimore vein at this point is
from 16 to 18 tret thick, and, though it cost the
coepeny ne*ny JN0.00U to find it. the money nas
11< 1111 Jiiilh MISS IT expended, as the discovery is e?
tuaated to be worth (:<,00U,0U> to the company.
a. goon aa the shaft la lined and bricked *Juo extra
me* will be placed at work In the new vein.
Sir. Dillon's Spirited Spert-h.
m own s fallsm bad m?n stbonu SNoruH
n?*T WOC LB BATI a Esc" cm HIS.
Mr. DUlon addressed a National League mis ting
at Limerick yesterday. He condemned the au- |
thorltles for Imprisoning Mr. O'Brien, declaring
their action was an outrage upon the Irish
rare. Partisan Judges, be said, confirmed the
Hitcbelstown sentence under circumstances as
tounding even to those accustom?M to mock-ry of
the law 1b Ireland. It Mr. O'Brien's friends had
Bnd force enougn, they would have tried the mat
ter 0?t 00 the spot and rescued O'Brien at any
oust. He would scorn and condemn a people who.
having power and arms to procure liberty, would
?about to such brutal tyranny.
LORD SABTINliTON'S CONFIDINC*.
Lord HarUiigVun, speaking at Plymouth yester
day, said that the present game of tbe opposition
Was to bring about a dissolution of parliament,
and a part of their policy was to create the lm
liriort'in tuat a general election would soou take
place aad would result in the defeat of the unlon
bu He did not see any reason why pari anient
Bhosld be sbort.lived, on tho contrary, it was so
cuaatltated that It oognt tc live the full term
There was bow bo reason why common action
Ijilnst lue ctKBBion foe of tbe unionists and the
eouatry should not continue witn beneficial re
Bolla dunng the luetLui ' of parliaiuent.
What rBrlen l? W orth la Prison.
A cablegram war sent from Detroit yesterday by
Charles o'Keilly, treasurer of the league, to Jo
seph mills Big-gar, M. P.. says: "The league Is
geulag into Uae. Ten thousand dollars more to
tsst coercion. Half this stun from fearless Ptalla
?elphla. O'Brien in prison worth I10.000 a week."
"O'Bnea as an editor sever received above f'A) a
wsea," said Dr. O'hriily. "He would not accept
mors. 1 do aoc waow woal he was warih at bis
?ssa. 1 have Mime idea ? uat be is worth la Jail."
_ElSg H'imbef. of Italy visited the crows prince
? Meewssj at liaTeno Tuesday.
ANARCHIST* MAY CO J FKSS.
Tkrcr of I he nooiacd Ilea Rrlnw M Ac
cept CMiaiaUiliM ?> S?bUbc?.
Ofo. Engsl, Louis Lingg, and Adolph rise her, of
the group of death-sentenced anarchists, bare
writ'en open letters to Got. Oglesby refusing any
commutat'on of sentence short of liberty and de
claring unabated faith la the principles of an
archism. Fischer writes:
"1 am no murderer and cannot apologize for an
action of which I know I am innocent. And
should I ask ?m-rcj' on account of my principles,
wuich I honestly believe to be true and noble? Da
I am no hypocrite, and hare, therefore, no excuses
to offT with regard to being an anarchist, because
tne experiences of the past eighteen months have
only strengthened my convictions. The question
Is: Am I responsible for the death of the police
men at the H .ymarket? and I say no, unless you
a.iH-rt that every abolitionist could have been held
responsible for the deeds of Joan Brown. There
fore, I could not ask or accept 'mercy without
lowering myself in my self-estimation. If I can
not obtain Justice from the authorities and be re
stored to my family then I prefer that the verdict
shoul ? be carried out as It stands.''
He continue* with a long urad- against capi
talists snd monopolists as oppressors of the labor
ing eianses, and concludes as follows: "so, I say,
society may hang a number o( disciples of progress
who have dlsinteresie lly served the cause of the
sons or toll, which is the cause of humanity; but
their blood win work miracles in bringing'about
the downfall of modern society and In hastening
the wrth of u new era of civilization."
The letters of Engel and Llugg are similar in
tone. Parsons wrote to the governor several weeks
ag" that he would accept only liberty or death. It
Is believed that these four men propose now to
tell the whoie story of the liaymarket massacre,
and that astonishing revelations will be made.
FEDERAL TBOOPS FOR CHICAGO.
The Adjutant-Oeneral'* department of Missouri
has ordered Company F and Company K, Oth
infantry, stationed at Fort Douglass, near Salt
Lake City, to proceed at once to the new military
reservation presented by Chicago to the I'nlted
Mates. There are about forty-uve men In each
company. They will leave for Chicago Friday or
(Saturday, In command ot Major Lyster. company
K. which has been building a military road to Fort
iMiche-iue, Ls now marching to Price, a station on
tue Denver and Klo t.rande, and will reach there
Tuesday or Wednesday. It Is rumored that the
reason for baste is the desire to have Federal
troops In Chicago several days prior to the day set
for the hanging of the anarchists.
m
Spread of the English Language.
President Elliot, of Harvard.
We may fairly rejoice, too, with our friends
[some visiting Englishmen] in the rapid spread ot
the English language over the world. I had a
little evidence of that In Switzerland. I sat down
to dinner one stormy night in a Swiss inn with
sixteen people, six different nationalities were
represented by these sixteen people, and the only
language that they could all speak was English.
One may travel now, as I have Just traveled,
through Southern Spain, through Northern Africa,
through Greece and Constantinople, and back by
Vienna and tue more usual routes, with nothing
but English, i do not mean to say that you may
not occasionally feel the need of some French
words; but you can travel comfortably through
ail of those countries with no language but Eng
lish. That, 1 am sure, could not have been said
twenty-nve ye ?rs ago. Tue spread or the language
wn bin t hat time lor pui poses of commerce Is most
noticeable, a? ls also the increased knowledge ot
tue language and literature among educated peo
ple on tue continent, ot Europe.
Racing Rales and Starters.
From Turf. Field and Farm.
Now that the racing season ls about closing for
the year It will be well to call the attention of the
racing officials to the rules and some amendments
which it would be Judicious and advantageous to
racing interests to adopt, I."ndor the present rules
the starter is given autocratic powers, which are
not used with discretion, but rather in a despotic
manner. Th** starter has authority to One or sus
pend J-m-keys fordlsobMli.-nee of orders or attempts
to taxe any unfair advantage. Now we do not be
lieve that the rules ever contemplated the inflic
tion of excessive punishments, such as suspending
a Jockey for the term of six mouths, and there ls an
instance on record where a jockey was suspended
unill after t>?e spring meeting ot the Brooklyn
Jockey club upon the report of an assistant
starter whom tue Jockey had refused the loan or
money under the threat that he would have him
suspended. If this be true, and there ls Utile
doubt it is, the subofflclal should at once be ruled
off and excluded from all the tracks There is a
strong feeling that when a Jockey has a mount
outside the stable of his reguiar employer an J is
suspended, the suspension should only hold good
against him for all mounts except for his regular
employer; and it in the discharge of his obligation
for Uis employer he should be suspended tor any
cause, then disqualify lor the term of suspension
for all mounts, including those oi his employer.
I'nless this rule ls adopted employers who pay
good wages for Jockeys will. In seirdeiense, be
compelled to deny all other ow ners their Jockeys
for rear that they may lose their services when
most need-d. In England the starter is subject to
a One of ?M if he starts the horses in front of the
starting post, and the start Is void. In this
country the rule says if a starter allows a sturt
to take place tn front of the starting post the start
Is void, and there ls no line or punlshme.it, and
the statement of the starter and his assistants as
to the start Is conclusive. The starters, as a rule,
are tar from 1 la partial. Many of the prominent
Jockeys violate the rules by attempting to take
unfair advantage, but they are seldom lined or
suspended, wnlle tue little fellows, who iroia
want or physical strength to control a fractious
and badly broken horse, are put down for days
and frequently for the meeting. The rule could
be so amended mat the suspeusion or other pun
ishment would not apply to riding for the regular
employer, unless the punishment was Incurred
when riding his own horses, or it might allow the
starter to report tacts to the executive committee
and let them tlx the punishment, which power is
delegated to the stewards under the English rule.
?We also believe it would be to the advantage and
In the best interest of honest racing that a law
should be passed licensing both trainers and
Jockeys. Its moral influence would be relt and
observed, and we would see much less dissipation,
reckless riding and bad conduct before the public
than Is now so often seen.
Sea. Sickle* and Bartaa Key.
From the New York Troth.
A singular rencontre took place at the Fifth
Avenue Theater the other day. Mr. stokes, the
polite ticket seller, and father-in-law of John Stet
son, wanted to leave the box office for a few mo
ments, and he left in charge of it Philip Barton
Key, who said he would attend to the business
during his absence. Barton Key ls the personal
mana-.-er for Mrs. Brown Potter. He had been
there only a moment when there bobbed up to the
ticket window the familiar form of Gen. Dan
si- k.es, who asked for two seats tor one of the
Putter nights. There was no way out of it, and
Key very properly put up two tickets and handed
tnem out to me general. The latter took them
and eld out the money, when for the flrst time he
looked up and saw who he was tulking with. His
hand trembied and his face blanched. Then he
moved away as quickly as his crutches wou.d per
mit him. I have seldom seen anything more really
dramatic. Barton Key is the son oi the man whom
Sickles killed in Washington thirty or thirty-live
years ago. I did not ask Key how he fell over the
?latter, but 1 could noi help wondering.
?
Th? Ahdover Cas? im cocrt.?In the Supreme
Court sitting lor E-me.x, Mass., Tuesday, there was
tiled the appeal of Prof. Egbert C. Smith, ot An
dover. from the decision of the board of visitors,
removing him trorn his professorship and a
prayer for a writ of certiorari to command them
to produce in court all things relating to the case.
The court made An order, by consent of counsel on
both sides, that the writ should Issue by Decem
ber 1.
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Iiri.a wake Vorts Aoainst a CoNsTrrrriOMai. Co>n
TEvno*.?A special election was held In Delaware
yesterday on the question of holding a constitu
tional convention. I he project to hold a conven
tion falied by about l,uou votes.
HrrwttD clce in the Wei iisi.sk Outrage.?
Mrs. Jos. Wechsler, of Brooklyn, is rapidly rejov
ering rrmi the wound-, caused by the explosion of
the internal machine sent to her house on Friday
nuht. The police are now looking ror a tinsmith
wno some time ago wrote a letter to the Arm stat
ing 'hat if they did not stop selling tinware there
would be trouble. They had driven him out of
business, he said, by selling cheap goods. He be
longed to an anar ulst society, and was tn a posi
tion to do much damage to the tlrm. He has left
Brooklyn.
???
Kamik Kawson k Conditio*.?The condition of
Banker Kawson, who was shot by his stepson
while leaving a cm? ago church a lortnlght ago, is
reported by one of the attending physicians to be
silently better. He Is now able to turnover In bed
unassisted. Tnere are Mill three bullets in h.s
body, two of which entered his back and are now
loiged near the abdominal organs and one ls In the
hip.
I ?. | '
Dmua Bum's Fatal Mistaer.?At St. Louis
Deshier Bee sou, a well-known cituen, thirty-seven
y ear* old and married, died Monday of an over
dose of morphine taken lor neuralgia. Mr. Beeson
was the St. Louis agent of the Fidelity Mutual Lite
Insurance Company, of Philadelphia, and his tarn
lly is one of the best known In ohlu. His father is
president of a prominent bank In Columbus. The
lauiily are descendants of President John Tyler.
?J?i?Dn,AL Gl"0*1' ix New oruuxs.?Cardinal
. iw:t;V?uP*?'?ed by the Kev. Dr. Chappelle.
01 Antonio, arrived In New
orleaus Monday evening over the southern Pacillc
"?el station in Algiers oy
1? leading catholic clergymen and es
ol tft*' cardinal's brother.
Jno. T. Gibbons, on Canal street. A* address ot
welcome was delivered by Judge Kdward D. White.
An informal reception was then leid, followed by
222S"?**,, ? wm remain In New
Orleans a w-*ek or ten days, the truest of his slsfr
Mrs. George swarbrlct '
Th Lorisi in* Labor Tkovsi.es,?a tetter re
ceived in New Orleans explains the situation of
affairs in Terrebonne, m. Mary's and Latouche
parishes, where tue cane cutlers and negro labor
ers on the plantations have struck tor higher
wages, and because they are threatened with evic
tion from the plantations they have become
demonstrative and threatening. The letter reads
as follows: -The negroes passed resolutions In
taelr meet lugs to resist beini put off the plan la
ta lions by force of arms Tuesday and Wednes
day have been flxed by the planters m the time to
nave the sheriff move memoir. Judge Allen has
promised to be here Tuesday, so as to be able to
try cam-a. I fear trouble Wednesday."
The Pennsylvania Kailroad company yesterday
declared a semi-annual dividend ot 3 per cent.
The London ttnwiartfi correspondent st Paris
asserts that President urevy has fully decided to
retire to private life when the WUaun affair Mows
over.
It teems evident, according to a New Tort dis
patch. judging from the latest developments la the
caw of the cholera-stricken patients at quaran
tine, that Health officer Smith and the commta
sloners of quarantine are not keeping the public
Informed of the true state of affairs at the sta
tion. Health Officer Smith declined to give any
information whataover to the pubUc excepting
through his dally bulletins. A sense of mystery
and concealment seems to pervade the quaran
tine department. Monday night Dr. Smith seat
up a bulletin announcing that aU of the Alssla
survivors were well with the exception of two
or three, who were suffering with intestinal
catarrh.
The bulletin also stated that the doctor had re
moved a utonetta Demarea, ami two years, and
Pedro Marco, aged twelve, both suffering from
measles, from tha Britannia. Oaring the course
of a reporter's travets yesterday he was given to
understand that the two reported cases of measles
Were cholera; that they died late on Monday night
and were burled this morning. A visit was made
to the lookout station at quarantine to ascertain
if the rumor was true. An assistant of Or. smith
was In charge.
"Doctor," said the reporter, "It Is understood
that two cases of measles reported on Monday
have turned out to be cholera, and that the
patients were burled to-day. Is that report true
or not?"
"Yes, it is true," answered the doctor, after a
moment's hesitation.
"Well, then, why weren't they reported aa cases
of choleia?"
"Don't ask me," replied the doctor. "I'm not re
spon ibfe." Then he added, "I may as well tell
you that we have no cases of measles down here.
We have nothing but cholera."
The reporter next went to the commissioner's
office. No one there knew anything about the
case. Dr. Smith's bulletin for the day was on tue
d"sk, but there was nothing In It about the two
eatienis who h d died and were ;burted. But the
ulleiin did state that Qve more cases of measles
bad been removed from the Britannia to the hos
pital Maria Gius> ppa l'almlcrt, aged thirty, was
reported dead from pneumonia*and Kaffaelo Nava
naul, jged tnirty-sU, was reported removed irom
the H:iunnla suffering from consumption and gas
tric irritation. Yesterday afternoon Quarantine
Commissioner Nlcholls left for this city to comer
with Secretary Falrchild about the disposition of
the cholera-Infected slilps.
Numerous Libel Suits In Balllmn,
THE MUNICIPAL CAMPAIGN furnishes WORK FOR TBI
coraga.
Baltimore special to the Philadelphia Preaa.
The rancor of the recent mayoralty campaign In
Baltimore Is Ukely to be kept up by a big crop of {
libel and damage suits. Ex-Poet-Office Inspector |
W. T. Henderson, chairman of the republican city
committee, has brought suit against City Solicitor
Bernard Carter for $50,000 damages because carter |
charged him with political crookedness. Bernard
Hess wants flO.OOO from the Amrr can and(10,000
from the Morning Herald because he claims tliat
his iame appeared in a political advertisement |
wulch gave a list of criminals In office. James
Hodges, in allege*! innocent victim or the whole
sale arrest of alleged repeaters, has brought suit
against the Sun for ?>0,000, and suits against the
police marshal and police magistrate for dumag s
on account of illegal arrest and detention In Jail.
The latest suit Is the one for (3,000 damages
against the warden of the Jail, Hied to-day by
Gea K ???k, the ag.'nt of the Reform League, who
was committed to Jail by a democratic register,
and was at once seized by the men in the Jail and
forced to take a cold bath, which resulted In Ill
ness. More suits are Ukely to fol.ow. jno. K.
Cowen states ihat he wilt have something to say
In the courts if the ring organs do not stop lying i
about him. He referred to the democratic papers |
which are irylng to picture him as the paid agent
of Jay Gould.
Tlarrlrii in fun.
THI SILLY ISCAFADK OF A WISCONSIN MILLIONAIRE'S
DAC0HTKR.
Says a special from Eau Claire, wis., Octob r 31:
1 A great social sensation was recently created here
and In other cities, where the lady In the case is
well-known, by the marriage In fun of Miss Clara
Foster, daughter of Mllllonare Foster, of Falr
! child, this county, to Edward Foss, station-agent
at Falrchild. Interest is added to the case by the
I fact that the charming young lady has a twin sis
ter who so closely resembles her that many are
' unable to tell the two apart, and the sister who
had nothing to do with the escapade nas experl
[ enced as much annoyance as Miss Clara, who did
1 not leave her room for several days after the af
fair and Mr. Foss, who Is a grass widower, was
at times quite uncertain which girl he had mar
| rled.
It was at first suppose 1 by the new bride that
the only way to escape wa* to be formally di
vorced. The matter has how been settled after
much worry, the rumor that Mr. Foss demanded
(?.'00.000 trom the young 1 idy's father as a condi
tion of her release being quite unfounded. A p.an
was devised In a consultation of the village wise
acres and lawyers w.th assistant counsel from Au
Susta and Eau Claire. It was concluded that a
Ivorce was not necessary, but that all parties
must go on record as living engaged In the mar
riage ceremony without any serious intent, and
merely as a Jesu Accordingly, bride, groom and
Justice of the peace made solemn aflUUyJl^JaJha*
and the BfMt awl groom *e
ceipts," as it were, of course this remedy may be
legally weak, and It was probably devised by the
lawyers slmpry to quiet the agitation. The mil
lionaire's lovfly daughter smiles through her tears
ct vexation and grt?t."It's all fixed now,"exclaimed
her twin sister (they are Just nineteen), "and Clara
? will never do such a thing again. I think it's hor
i rid to have your own twin sister get married In
1 ton and to be caught in earnest, oh! It makes me j
shiver."
Both the young ladles are highly accomplished
and popular, and the villagers have hardly yet got
through congratulating them on their escape from
the rather ser.ous consequences of an Innocent
oka
Private Detective Espionage.
From the Kaniua City Star. i
The shooting of Banker Rawson by young Lee |
will probaoly lead to a thorough Investigation of
the private-detective system in Chicago and else
where. Rawson employed two of the largest
agencies In the country to work up the case against
his wile, one of the tints threw up the work as
too contemptible foreven Its hardened, conscience
less operatives to perform. A rival agency, au
traded by the Immense proflt in the Job, placed
Itself at the banker's disposal, and <tgreed to have
the case in excellent shape for the divorce court
In a very short time. Operatives were detailed to
watch Mrs. Rawson day and night. They held
complete possession of the liouse in which she
lived and subjected her to every kind of annoy
ance. They smoked foul pipes at her chamber
door, sang vile songs, and drank whisky, on one
occasion, when Mrs. Rawson was going out for a
walk, one of the brutes seized her by the ankle
and dragged her back Into the house, using the
vilest language as an accompaniment to his cow
ardly conduct. Many Incidents of this character
will come out at the trial, and the public will learn,
not for the first time, however, the mean, despicable
character of private-detective work in Chicago.
Some of the agencies In our city arrest men on the
barest suspicion, ke p them locked up for days In
their private Jails, and compel them to sign papers
exonerating the "detectives" from blame In case
the sweat-Liox inquisition to which they are vigor
ously subjected proves them Innocent. If the trial
of L-e leads to nothing else than an exposure of
the dastardly conduct and unconstitutional prac
tices of private detectives it will effect a great
public good.
Sirs. Jack Won the Day.
From tne Denver New*.
Some days ago a rich strike was made In the
Black yueen mine on Sheep Mountain, near Gunni
son, by D. B. Fowler, who had a lease and bond on
the claim. He at once prepared to ship ore, but
one of the owners, Mrs. Ellen Jack, heard ? his In
tention and went to the claim, and as a pack-train
was already at the mine packing the ore to the
rullroad, pulied out a gun and ordered the men to
leave the mlneraL They obeyed her and swore out i
a warrant for her arrest, charging assault with In
tent to IcllL Thee .Be has been on trial for the past
three days, and was concluded yesterday. The
Ju.hce discharged the woman, saying that the bond
and lease did not entitle Fowler to the ore, and she
had a right to defend her property. More imita
tion will follow. ?
Frozen to Death la October.
Berlin Dispatch to the London Standard, Oct IB.
Tne severity of the weather in Germany during
the past few days is testified by the fact that at
Carlsruhe, creteld, and other places, men sleeping
in the open air have been frozen to death. Such a
thing has never been known in Germany so early
In the season In the memory of the oldest Inhabi
tant. in the Rhelngau almost all standing water
has been covered with ice during tne last few
nights, and the frutt has done a great deal of harm
in tne vineyards there, especially in the low-lying
grounds.
Two Consplalnts Agalust Railroads.
action ox rami sv tbb interstate commission.
Id the complaint against the New AlBhny and
Chicago Railway company, by David F. Alien t
Co.. that the railroad charged more for a short
than for a long haul, the Interstate Commerce
Commission has decided that the accusation Is not
sustained by the facta in the case. The defend
ant road Is crossed by three roads to New York,
which charge different rates, and it takes freight
for each. The commission bold that the defendant
road cannot regulate the rates of the roads cross
ing its line, and la not responsible for difference la
rate. *
In the case of W. V. Smith vs. the Northers Pa
cific railroad the Commission decided that it waa a
violation of the law for a road to sell tickets at a
reduced rate to settlers and prospective set tiers.
Save He will Protect Barma
mlral Henage left Montreal for Victoria B.tJ
yesterday to assume command of thSMpliiflc
squadron, in an Interview he ??a.t 0M or
Orst official scu would he to visit Alaska waten
W JStZ&SSr
The Okit Bikdt
OOKT AGIOTJS BLOOD POISON.
Mr. p. B. A*!*?**? Union. Sooth
write: "I vmaflictod wllk a torrlbUcam of
blood poison for about thirteen month*. I waa
treated by the beat phyaiciana, and used vartoua
kinds of remedial bat received no euhetenttel
relict I finally triad the Swift Specific, and
about four bottlee cured me sound and well."
Col. & H. TImw, editor and proprietor of the
Opellka. Ala., Trmet. under date of August 3,
1887, vritaa: "Whan I waa a young man,
through indiscretion, I oontracted a ill ease
which baa atuck to ma for ysara. Some five or
elx rears since 1 was troubled with paint, so aa
to make it difficult for me to walk. Having ad
vertised the 8. a. 8. la my paper for aeveral
years, 1 concluded 1 would try it to sea if there
waa any efficacy in the medicine I commenced
using it according to directions and used half
doien Lotties. 1 was once at a war station sad.
getting left, I walked the seven miles and have
never felt any rsturn of the old malady. After
experiencing the good effects I must say I am
aatiafied with tie result. I am eixty-eight
years of age and I feel now like a young man
aud can (o to the case when neoessaiy and set
up from six to eight thousand ems without any
inconvenience. I send you this without so
licitation."
Mr. F. Woehl. 211 North Avenue Chicago,
under date of June 12, 1887. writea: "I deem
it my duty to thank you for the cure 1 received
from your excellent medicine. 1 contracted a
very severe case of blood Dotsontnjr about two
years ago. Hearing of your medicine. I went
to a dr ug store, the proprietor of which per
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tles of his stuff and rrew worse all the time. At
last I rot distrusted and despaired of a cure. I
met a friend who told me that your medicine
had cured him. I wen* to the same druggist
strain and demanded your medicine. He re
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perfectly cured. 1 write tula for the benefit of
sufferers, to prevent their being deceived by
false rei >resentations. I thank you again for the
benefit derived froin your medicine?"
Dr. J. N. Cbener, a prominent physician, re
aiding in Ellavilie, Schley County, Georgia, in
a letter recounting the infallible success he has
in curing contagious blood poison cases in his
extensive practice, writea: ^Those who know
the almost inevitable, permanently dangerous
effects of mercury will welcome your discovery
of 8. 8. S. aa a boon to humanity. The medical
profession, always wary of proprietary medi
cinee, is coming slowly, and in some cases se
cretly, to the use of 8.8. 8. in casea of blood dis
order. Of course a medicine that cures poison
ing in its worst form must purify the blood of
?very disorder."
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free.
TH* 8WITT SPECIFIC CO.,
i nS-wks Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.
Fob One Wm O
NLY.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE
CLOTHING FOB MEN, B0Y8 AND CHILDBEN
will be sold regardleea of cost or value at
OAK HALL
COB 10TH AND F STREET!
?8 Men's Overcoats at i5.
$10 Men's Overcoat* at (6.50.
?1- Men'a Overcoats at #7.50.
<15 Men's Overcoats at #0.75.
?18 Men's Overcoata at $12.
?20 Men'a Overcoats at <14.
?25 Men's Overcosts at ?16.
?30 Men'a Overcoats at 420.
500 Men's Suits at prices In same proportion
as Overcoats.
600 Children's (Boys 5 to 14) Suite and Over
coats from <2.50 to ?8-prices about one
half.
Boys (12 to 18) Suits and Overcoats from (4
to 112?exactly one-half of former Pricea.
750 pair Pants at from 8L50 to S8.50.
FIRST COME FIB3T SERVED.
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OOAAKK HHH A A L L
O O AAA K K H H AAA L L
OO A AK K U HA AI .T.I. 1.1. HI.
o31 COB. TENTH AND F 8T4
Oob Amkbican Homes
AND HOW TO FUBN1SH THEM."
P*8 S8,u'?!!li5RT?TB
f 8m}!? r? ??li i 8 sHe" -
F UU K B* NNII T UU B B KKE...
B J. HOBNEB ft 00,
FUBNITUBE MAKEBS AND IMPORTERS,
81. 63 AND 65 WEST 23D ST..
NEW YORK. .Vh * /'i^V
The most spacious and beat arranged Furnishing
Establishment in America.
Immense stock of Bel table Good* in all the Newest
Styles and Patterna.
Largest Variety of Bare Hovel ties from all Parte of
the World.
Special display of Articles adapted for Wedding
Gifts
Suite of Furnished Specimen Boons.
Pries- in Plain Figures, and the loweat that can pos
sibly be named for goods of the beat quality and ar
tistic merit
B. 1. HOBNEB ft CO..
New York. London, Parte, Vienna and Berlin.
el-aftw,14t
N
IN THIS BBOAD LAND CAN SUCH ELEGANT
\
AND RELIABLE CLOTHING FOB MEN AND BOYS
BE FOUND AT SUCH SEASONABLE PRICES AS
ABE DAILY SOLD AT THE GOLDEN EAGLE.
OUB MOTIVE IS TO HATE THE FULL CONFI
DENCE OF EYEBY MAN. WOMAN. OB CHILD WHO
MAY FA YOB US WITH THEIR PATBONAGE, BOTH
AS TO QUALITY OF GOOD8 WE ?"T. AND THE
PRICE WE CHARGE FOB THEM. THIS IS THE
FOUNDATION UPON WHICH WX EXPECT TO
BUILD OUB BUSINESS
ONE PBICE TO ALL, AND THAT THE LOW EST.
COMPETITORS MAY IMITATE OUB SENTI
MENTS, BUT THEY CANNOT IMITATE OUB
PRICES AND QUALITY^OUB GOODS.
THE GOLDEN ? CLOTHING 00??
?2?-?o NO. 400 7TH ST. WtW. OOB. D.
The London & Livbbpool
CLOTHING COMPANY,
OOB. 7TH AND G STB
For a fine DrsasSult or Ovsrooat, go to thai
ft Liverpool Co.
If yon want to sava S3 on a >10 Suit or Ovsrooat go
to ths London ft Liverpool Clothing Co.
If you want a good, strong working ndt at 96, or a
fine business suit at 88.50, go to the London ft liver
pool Clothing Oo.
If you want a fine Prince Albert Suit at 815, go to
the London k Liverpool Clothing Oe.
We will my you from 85 to M on a 820 Suitor
Overcoat
If you want a good Suit or Overcoat tor a Boy 18 to
IS yean old at 85, go to the I^wrton ft Uvsgpoo
Clothing Oo.
Or. if you want a fine Suitor Oversea* at S8, go to
the London ft Uverpool Clothing Oo.
If you want a nice School Suit or Overcoat for a Boy
8 to IS yean aid at gg.60, or fine Dreaa Mt or Over
ooat at $5, go to the
LONDON AND LIYXBPOOL OLOTHING OO,
Ql9 Osener 7th and Q ate. tw.
Pl^sa
ward Pai nil
^AUCTION SALES.
rpaoMAs dowusq, Auctioneer.
CATALOGUE SALE
RiKIMlD AID MISCELLANEOUS
_ BOOKS
i* evert department or utehatcei,
Many of them 1b Fine Blading* ml
.. _ ... __ Finely Illustrated . .
Aleo, Faehtr Plat Book of the City of Waahlafton. la |
_ . , perfect condition.
Schoolcraft's Indus*, an elegant and perfect oopy.
To to told at
_ ^ _ PUBLIC AUCTION.
At my Book Salesrooms. Eleventh rtmt sad 1
vanls avenue,c mmenciug
MONDAY, NOVEMBER SEVEN, 1M7.
At HALF-PAST HEV F.N O'CLOCK.
And Foilowin* Evenings. I
Partlee unable to attend the Hale can bar* their or- |
dm executed by the Auctioneer.
ng-at THOMAS DOWLING. Anet.
WK1H A 00., Aactioneera.
037 Louiaiana are..
Opposite City Post Office.
HOUSEHOLD rUENITURE. EFFECTS or A faV-I
ILY, REMOVED TO OUR STORE. AT AUCTION,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER THIRD. AT TEN
O'CLOCK TWO WILTON BORDERED CARPETS,
BODY BBtTSSELLS, TAPESTRY AND INURAlN
CARPETS AND AHT ?OLARE8, LARGE AND
SM ALL RUGS, FINE BED LOUNGE. COTS AND
SPRINGS FEATHERS, WALNUT AND OTHErt
BEDROOM BETS, WARDROBES, HALL PIECE,
PICTURES. MATTRASSES. MIRRORS, BRIC-A
BRAC, PLATED WARE. ELEOANT PLUSH PAR
LOR SUITE; DINING-ROOM CHAIRS, ASH. OAK
AND CHERRY EXTENSION TABLES. MARBLE
TOP TABLES, HAIRCLOTH FURNITURE. B. D
8TEAD8. BL'fcEAUS. TABLES, WASHSTANDS.
TW ENTY ASSORTED COOKING AND HEATING
^ STOVES, AND OTHER HOUSEFURNISH1NGS.
A' N_ AUCTION SALE^OFOOVERNMENT HORSES
Three hor.es will be told to the highest bidder at
the United States Senate (tables, corner Delaware sve
naeind C street northeaa .on SATURDAY', THE
FIFTH'OV NOVEMBt R. A*r TWELVE O'CLOCK
NOON. W, P. CANADAY, Serxsant-at-Arms. U. S.
Senate. n2-3t
rpHOMAS E. W AGO AM AN. Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF LOT. IMPROVED ON THE
REAR THEltEOF BY TWO FRAME HOUSES.
By virtue of a d ed of trust, duly nvu. ded in liber
No.TlU2.folk> 69.etseq..ui the Laml Records of the
District of Columtiia.aiid at the requestol the partyL_
thereby secured, we will sell at public Mctlou. in front
of the premises, on SATl RDAY. NOVEMBEK 12TH
NEXT, st FOUR O'CLOCK P. M. lot 6 in R. M. Hall's
subdivision of square 774. aa per plat in Liber W. F. 2,
fol o 160, of the records of the surveyor's office of
salJ District, improved by two two-story frame
houses on the rear of sa.d lot.
Terms: Oue-third t-aah; halanoe In three equal In
stallments In si x,tw Ive and eighteen mouths.for which
notes of purchaser, bearing interest from day of sale
and secured by deed of trust on property sold, will to
taken, or all cash, at option of purchaser. A deposit
of (100 will be required at time of sale, and all con
veyancing and recording at purchaser's cost Terms
to be complied with In twelve days from sale, or prop
erty will to rseold at risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser . THOSl E. WAGGAMAN.j t-,,,?,
JOHN W. PILLING, J
THOS. E. WAGOAMAN. Auct. n2-dtds
rjlHOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. Baal Estate Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
ON MARYLAND AVENUE, BETWEEN FOUR
AND-A-HALF AND SIXTH STREETS SOUTH
WEST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of^^
t. 5'!,.t!?ct of Columbia. passed in equity cause??
No. 6IH0.1 will sell st public auction, in front oiKl
the premises, on FRIDAY. THE TWENTY-EIGHiH
DAY OF OCTOBER, A D. 1887, at HALF-PAST
FOUR O'CLOCK P. M? the east half of lot numbered
seven (?), in reservstlou D, situated on Maryland av.
enue. between 4H and 6th streets southwest, unproved
by a dwelling-house and a larire brick stable.
Terms ot sale: Oue-third tH) cash, and the balance
of purchase money In six, twelve.and eighteen months,
with interest from day of sale, the psyment thereof to
be secured by the promissory notes of the | urchaser
or purchasers, or all the purchase money can to naid
cash on dav of sale or on ratification of sale by the
court. A Hen reserved on the property for purchase
money and interact. No deed given until purchase
money and interest to |>aid. A deposit of f-'OO will be
required when property is knocked down. All convey
ant ing at cost of purchaser If terms be not compiled
with within ten days alter sale the i rope ty will be re
sold at risk and cost of default! * purchaser
S. 8. HENKLE. Trustee.
Office 460 Louisiana sve.
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN, Auctioneer. ol7-dfcds
nr*THF. ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ON AC
countof iucP meuc.v of the weather nutil WEDNES
DAY, THE 8t-C -ND DAY OF NO\ EMBER, A. D.
1881, t same hour and place.
o28-dAtls S. 8. HENKLE. Trustee.
ur THE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER P08T
poned until MONDAY', the SEVENTH DAY OF NO
v EMBER. 1887, at the same hoar and place, by con
sent of parties. 8. 8. HENKi.E,
n*J-d?ds Trustee,
rjlHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer .
HANDSOME PARLOR FURNITURE IN SEPARATE
PIECES, SIl.K WIN DOW-HANGINGS, TWO
BRASS PARLOR LAMPS, BRONZE AND MAR
BLE PEDESTAL ANTIQUE BRON-6E PITCH
ERS. BRoNEK FIGURES BKAKS FIRE-IBON".
VERY SIIPF.UIOR TURKISH CARPET AND
RUGS. EBON 1 CABINETS ANI) TAB.-ES. MA
HOGANY TABLES, HANDSOME ROCKING AND
EASY CHAIRS, OAK -PIRAL CHAIR, WITH
BRASS FEET (A VERY ARTISTIC PIECE),
WICKER CHMKS. SMALL BOOKCASE, JAPxN
F.sr, UMBRELLA STAND, HALL uLASS. BRUS
SELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS, WAl.NUT EX
TENSION TABU , LEATHER-COVERED BENT
WOOD DINING CHAIRS. CHERRY AND ASH
CHAMBER SETS, MATTKESSES. WIRE
SrMNG-, FP.ATHEIt PILLOWS. BEDDING,
TOII.ET-WARE " IIINA AND GLASS-WARE.
On FRIDAY MORNING, N> VEMBER FOURTH.
1887. commencing AT 1 EN O'CLOCK, at residence,
>o, lt>26 1.1 li stie-t nort.iwoet, I shall sell a superior
collection ol Household Goods.
N.B.?The House Is forsa.e or rent. For particulars
apply to Thos. J. Fisher A Co., No. 1U-4 F stput
northwest. nl-3t
t?T
' Louisiana avenue.
O|>posite City Post-office.
000 PIECES CLOTHING. COMPRISING A GEN
ERAL AMKORTMr-.VT FOR MEN AND 1 OVS'
SUITS. SACK AND DRESS COATS. CUTAW AYS.
L ' ROK NUMBER Ot PANTS. STOCK OF OVER
COAT S. VESTS. *c.
AT AUCTION WITHIN OUB SALESROOMS, FRI
DAY MORNING. NOVEMBER FoURTH. AT TEN
O'CLOCK A M. nl-dts
fJ^HOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF TWENTY-FOURTH AND K
STiiEETS NORTHWEST, lMPtt VED BY TWO
FRAME HOUSES. NOS. 2400 AND 2402, AT
. AUCTION.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER
Seventh, 1887. at four o'clock, m front ortPJ
the premises. I i-hall sell all of Original Lot 22. iul^Sl
Square 28. fronting 5.1 feet 9 inches on the south tudu
01 k street by a depth of 7 j feet on the west side of
24th street, being th>- s?)Uthwest corner of 24th and K
streets north vt est. improved by two frame dw Uings,
Nos. 24O0 and 2402, which rent for per month.
All conveyancing and rscording at purchaser's cost.
?200 deposit will be required ut the time of sale.
T mis insue known at sale
o:U-d*ds THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.
rjpHoMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
FOUR VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS NEAR THE
CORNER OF .10TH AND N STREETS. GEORGE
TOWN. D. C.. AT AUCTION.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER
ELEVENTH. 1887. at FOUR O'CLOCK on the
premifw.4, 1 shall sell the following valuable prop
erty: Two lots 20X90 each on the west aide of I
street, snd two lots 20x.14 on north side of N street.
These lota adjoin the corn r ot ttOtii an i N streets, and
offers a tine opportunity to eecure Hue building sites
or tor profitable Investment Terms made known at
aale.
All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's coat:
a deposit of 450 will be required on e.ch lot at the t me
of sale. o31-d&ds
T
HOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF F0RRE8T HALL DRUG
STORE. GEORGETOWN. D. C.. FORMERLY
OWNED BY C. H. FICKLINO. A R ARE CHANCE
FOR A BUSINESS INVESTMENT TH ONLY
STORE IN THIS DISTRICT TH AT HAS A SPE
CIAL PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
By virtue of a chattel deed of trust recorded in
liber 1173.fol. 223, et seq., one of the laud record*
of the District of Columbia, and by direction of
the party secured tlicroby, the undersigned trustees
will sell at uublic auction, ou the premise*, oti FRI
DAY, the ELEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D.
1887. at HALF-1A8T FOURO'CL CK P. M..all the
?roods snd chsttels in stores 1260 and 1262 32d or
High street. Georgetown, D. C., consist ngof all stock,
fixtures, soda fountain, fount in cylinders, genera
tor, safu. medicines, drugs, formulae, prescription files,
show window, gas fixtures, or other furniture or stock
of ainr kind whatever contaiued in said stores, as
specified in Schedule A attached to said deed.
Terms of sale: One-half cash, balsnce In notes at six,
twelve, and eighteen mouths, bearing lnt rest, and en
dorsed or secure I by collateral to the satisfaction of
the tr atees. or all cash. All conveyancing and record
ing at purchaser's xpenae. Cash deposit required of
*250. Terms to to compiled w th in ten days or re
sale will be made after five days public notice.
JESSE H. WILSON, J
1209 3w and 470 Loui-lsn-i aveune. /Trustees,
o.'ii-iot frank & conger. )
rjlHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ON THE
BENNING8 BOAD OVER THE ANACOST1A
RIVER NEAR THE DISTRICT LINE.
By virtue of a deed or trust from Anna L ShawaftX
and Granville C. Shaw, her husband, dated thevW
5th day of September, 1882. and duly recorded
bn the 11th day of September, 1882, In liber No.
1.017, folio 50 et seq., one of the land records for the
District of Columbia, and at the request of Robert D.
Weaver, executor of Thomas Weaver, deceased, the
party secured thereby, we will sell at public auction
on the premises on the TWELFTH DAY OF NOV
EMBER. 1887, AT THREE O'CLOCK P. M., all those
pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the
District of Columbia called "Cbncluaion or part of
Bayleys porchsse" on the Beunings Kosd Just wsst of
the District line, adjoining the lands of C. A. McEuen
and Charles C. Duncanson. William Henson and J.
Slater, containing 30 acres, more or lsea.
Terms of sale: One-third of the inrchaae-money In
cash, and the balance thereof in two equal instalments
at six and twelve months hum day of sale, with inter
est from day ot sale, secured by a deed ot trust upon
the property sold: or all cash at the option of the pnr
chaseror purchasers. A deposit of (100 will be required
of the purchsaar or purchasers at the time of the sale
All conveyancing and reoording at the expense of the
purchaser or purchasers. If tue terms of the sale are
not complied with within ten days of the aale the un
dersigned trustees reserve the right to resell said prop
erty at the risk snd cost of the defaulting purchaser or
purchasers alter five days advertisement in the Even
ing Star i swapaper.
o31-dtd R. Ck WEKDUi.}
BUNCANSON BROS., Auct
U ST EE'S SALE OF BRICK HOUSE AND LOT. ON
FIFTH STREET. BETWEEN B STREET AND
PUBLIC SQUARE SOUTHEAST.
The undersigned Trnstes by virtue of a decree^t
of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.Kf
" the 19th day ot October. 1887. in Equityr^
DAY T&E FIFTH DAY OT NO^EM^Ib. A D_
LF-PABT FOUR O'CLOCK V. M, in front
dees, offer lor aale to the highest bidder,
1887, at HALF-1
of the premise^ offer lor aale to the highest bidder,
the south part of lot thirtssa (18), in square No. eight
corner of Mid lot, aikl running thsaoe aonth with ssid
8 Inches, more or less, to ths south line
fioSlo ttt
?tr^t 33 fe?t 8 luchM. more or Ism, to Xbm Aouih llntj
rear line 33 feat 8 inches, mors or lass, to a point 16
feat 10 inches south from the north wast oorasr of said
from the day of sals, secured to ths satisfaction of ths
Trustee sod on psyinsnt of the whole of the sorahue
final i allocation at the wis by ths
? Will ooavey the said uiaiiliii to the
and coat 5flha dsfsnltiag parelaai r on use week's
?STTOdWE-SSS:''"
kITt.
AUqriONSALES.
HI.
Two new AND906
TW3mS^sm5nv6yS[>oaL^^m^
sell, lu froct of ^ 0< m
fronting 38 7-12 (wt ouKaat Capitol mm, with a
depth or 80 feet, improved by two new well built 8
room and cellar Houm, modem improvement*. alley
wvferw. Deairable ee l?wK?t or emtabto far
comlortable homee
Term* One-third eaab: balance in one and ?i
nut, no tea to bear 6 per cent In tercet from date of
gale, parable esuu annnaily and to be secured b> deed
of trust, or all caah. at option of purchaser A deposit
of ?100 on each bo viae a time of sale Cou vevandng.
kc.. at purchaser1 ? coat. Terms to be complied with (n
ten day*, otherwtoe right reserved to reeefl at rlak aud
ooetol defaulting purchaser.
oSl DUNCANSON BROS. A acta.
tWTBX ABOVE SALS IS POSTPONED ON Ac
count of the weather until WEDNESDAY, THE SEC
OND DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 1MT. at same
hour and place. at whfcfc UuJbe property willl be pe
remptorily arid. wiUnw?>?p^l to mttar. o.'W rtkds
rjAHOMAb DOWLUIO. Auctioneer.
CHANCEBY SALE OF A DESIRABLE BnLDINO I
LOT OS TWENTY-S1XTB (?TH) STREET, BE- 1
TWEEN I AND K 8TKEETS NORTHWEST.
By rirtueof a decree at the Supieme t'ourt of MA
the District of Ooluuibsa, passed in Eouity cause Mf
No 7469. of Hauipton ra Hampton. I will tell1
public auction, on WEDNESDAY, the SECoN'dTaY ,
OF NOVEMbER. 1887, AT HALF-PAST F IK
O'CLOCK P II , In front of the preinisee. the aouth
half (Hi of Lot twenty-two tm In square five (5), In
the City of Waahingtou, D.C.
Term* of eals one-third caah and the balance In one
and two years, to be secured by note* of purrha-er aud
(Wed of trust on the property, with six per cent inter
est, or all c .ah, at purchaser'!i option? c n veyauclng at
Coat of purchaser. 8. B. BOND, I ruatee,
o-.'V-dS is ( floe, JJ1 -t \ - n w.
THIS EVE.1INU.
J) AWN BROKER'8 SALE.
AUCTION SALE OF FORFEITED PLEDGES.
I will eell, for R Selinger. Broker, at 1007 7th street
northwest. commencing SATl K Af. Ot'TDB I K
TWENTY-NINTH. 1887. at SEVEN P.M., and con
tinue each night ui> to November ad, 1S8 <. Inelud.-d
Thia aale will consist of a large line of Oold and silver
Watcliea. Oold and Plated Chains, Plain and Set Kings,
Solid Sliver and Plated Ware. Pins. kamun. in fact,
the largest stock of Jewelry ever offered at auction.
Clocks, Book*. Bililee, Guns. Platola, and a large suck
of Gent's and Ladles' ClothiliC- Overcoat*. ulsters,
Ladies' Wrapa and Ulsters. Dolmans, Pauta. Dresses,
Shawls, kc. Goods will be sold without reserve. De il
ers are lnvitod. Persons homing ticket* plese- take
notice. R. SEL1NUER. Broker.
M. FOLEY. Auctioneer. o28-5t*
WAL
.TEE B. WILLIAMS k CO.. AucUoueen.
SPECIAL- SALE.
CATALOGUE
or a
MAGNIFICENT COLLECTIOH
Of High Claas
ITALIAN MAKBLK SCULPTURE.
Consisting of
STATUARY, GROUPS. VASE8,
COLUMNS. PEDEsl
v?...w. * ?bvu' .ALS,
MOSAICS, RECEIVERS, Etc
Suitable for sdornimr
Churches, Parlors. 11 alia, Libraries, kc.
Sale will commence
TUESDAY, NOVF.MBEK FIKfiT, 1887,
AT TEN A. M. AND HALF-PAST SEVEN P. M.,
At our Salesrooms.
Corner 10th street aud Pennsylvania avenue.
And continue during the week.
The collection will be on ? xhibi'.lon Monday After
noon, previoua to aale. Lovers ot Our art. the pubu< ,
and the lad as, are especially invited to attend the sale
and examine thia rray of sculpture
o31-5t WALTEk & WILLIAM* k CO.. Ancta.
D
UNCANSON BROS., AueUoneera.
By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of
tlie District of Columbia, raaaed October 2Htli, A
D. 1K87. in Equity Cau-e No 10436. aud by vlrtuelKX
of the ia-i will of John R. Condon late of t. e sa.d i?i*
trict. ueceaned. recorded In the office of the lteiriaier of
Villa of the said District,in ?ill Book No, V4. lolio
60. we will offer for sale, at public auciion. in front of '
the rea|>ecUve pr>-miaea. the followinir de?. r Iwd real
estate (all ait ua ted lu tlie city or W uliiu^tou. Inst net
of Columbia), at the tlmea tureinarter si>ecitied, to
wit:
on WEDNESDAY, THE NINTH DAY OF NOVEM
BEK A.D., 1S87, ?t FOt'B O'CLOCK P.M.. sub lota
tweuty-aix C.'O). twent) ? veu CJ7). i wenty-eurht CJH)
and twenty-nine (.11) in auu?re nuiulter improved
by two tnrealtor) i?e?sed-bnck bouses. Nos 74;t ?ud
74*> 4tli street northwest; and on tlie same day at
4 :.'M) o'clock p.m . aub lot thirty (3o>. in sousre utiui
1 r ."i'.'Ii Improved by a three-siory brick buildiux. at
tue aoutneast corner of 4th and u >dwu aorlbwest.
Aud on TUI K DAY. THE TENTH D\Y OF NO
VE.ii BKlt, A.D IMSV, at FOL U O'CLOCK P.M.. the
wwt Bitt-eu (15) feet of sub lot five (o). by the depth
thereof, in square number 528. i . proved by a two.
story brick dwelling No 311 It street nortbwe?t: aud
un tlie name d?y. at 4:15 o doca p.m., all oi sub lot six
iu suuare number .VJh, unproved by a iour-wtoiy bru-k
d? I ing and?Uble, No. 313 H street tioith?e?t. aud
on tlie -?iue day at 4 45 o'clock p.m., parts ol lot* nine
(M)and ten (10), iu ?(juar*- south oi square 50-. hav
ing a fr nt on Nlaa?a. tmxetta avenue and H street
north of 15 feet, that i* to say ten ? 10) feet on the
western side ol lot n'ue (Hi aud hve (5) ieet on tlie
eastern side of lot ten (10) aud lunmutr paia.lel with
the line of divlsiou betweeu loia u ue (9) and ten (10)
from >iu?aacLuset;a avenue to H *t ect north, im
proved by a three-story frame dwelling. So.
Vaaaa<'busetts avenue no tliwest
And on KlUDAY, the r.LEVi N i H DAY OF NOVEM
BEK, A D. 1SS7, at i Ol/..>>'Ci.OCK P.M.. aub lot B."
ol John i..Condon's subdivision of lot tweuty-niif < v'H),
iu square number 504, improv d by a trsme l.ou- , ,u
l>ill s alley. Ai d on lue same day at 4 10 o'clock p.m..
sub lot ""C.", iu last-ns'uwi aubd vision and sou re 1m
proved by a tr- iv b*.ua3. In Bail's alley. And on tlie
atiiie da) at 4-0 o'clocu p.m. sub lot "O." to last- named
' " " ' * ?* 11 mine house,
o'?teck p.
la suuare
ry brx'k dw*-liing.
No. 42 I street norUiwest. And ot) tue ?Cu<j day at 5
o'clock p.m.. tub lot *'B."in syusr na.uts r (T-' i, Im
proved oy a thr e-story and basement dwelling. No. 70
I street nortuwest.
Anu on SATURDAY, the TWELFTH DAY OF
NOVEMBER, AT FOUR O CLOCK P. M. |?rt of sub
lat one (li, iu square number 95'-!. de-cuoed aa lol
lows: Beglnuing tor the same, 8 3 leet, U inches west,
from tue southeast corner of nsid -quare and ruuni.ig
thence west slid fronting ou M btroi-l J 7 feet. tUence
north 75 teet U inches; theuce east 17 leet, aud thence
south 75 leet. ti luchi-s. to be.-lnulug. improved by
three-story biick dwelling. No. U14 M street south
east. And on t he same dsy St 4 15 o'clock p.ni. part of
sub lot two (2), ii: square number 952. described a*
follows: Beginning lor the tJUin at the southeastern
corner, and thence runniug west along the line of
south M street, 23 feel 9 i'lchei: theuce north, 72
loet; thence cast 23 feet. 9 luetics, to the esatrrn hue
ot *aid lot, and tnence >outh to the place of beginning,
improved by a two-story aud attic brick house Nu
912 M stieet southeart Aid on tlie same day at 4:45
o'clock p.m part of sub lot one (1). Ill squ .re number
97.". described aa lollows: liogluuiug lor the sauie at
the southwest corner of said lot, aud ruuuiug thence
east along the line ot K street, 24 feet. 3 inches,
theuce north ?3 feet, 6 Inches thence west 24 loet
3 inches, aud theme south to plac? of beg uuing, im
proved by a two-story brick dwelling. No. 1010 K
street southeast.
ieruis of aale for all the pieces of proper')' One
third <S> of the purchase money iu cash: one-third S)
iu one year, aud one-third (Viu two years iri^m the
day of aale, or all cash, at the option of tlie purchaser
or purchasers. D- ferred paynieuts to be secured by
deed of trust upon the real estate sold, aud to draw
interest at six per centum per annum. One hundred
($100) dollars will ue required ol the purcLsser or
purchaser* on each of a id p.eces or parcels ol ground
sold at the time of the sale ol the same, aud If the pur
cliHser or P'lirhasers shall tail to Comply with the
terms of sale wituiu ten days alter said sale, the umler
aignsd reserve the rlgnt to resell at the risk and cost of I
the dcluultmg purchaser. A.l co.iveyaucing aud re- I
cording at the purcuaaer's coat.
WILLIAM A GRAY",
1015 New York ave.,
JOHN McOEKMOTT,
310 Penu. ave. u w?
Executors and Trustees under the last |
o2fl-d to nol2 V? i.l of John R. Coudou. dece-sed.
BUST EE'S SALE OF PE8IRABLK IMPROVED
PROPERTY ON CAPITOL HILL. TW0-S10P.Y
BRICK HOUnE WT1H MUKKN IMt'KOVE
Ml NiH, NO. 517 A sTRKKOl SOUTHEAST.
.By virtue of a decree of the supreme Court of tbe^^
District ot Columbia.passed ou tue 27th day of Oc-fJP
tot>er.lSS7,iu Equity cause No. 10.42?,l>ocket 20. Juik
the uudersigued will ofler for sale oa the preunaes on
THLRSDAk, NOVEMBEK TENTH, 1887. AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M , part of lot ten (10) iu aquare eight
hundred and forty-two (842.) begiifning at the north
east corner of the said lot aud runniug theuce aouth
100 teei 4 inches, thence w. it 17 l?et inches,
thence north 100 leet 4 inchee. and theuce eaat 17
fee ton inches to the place ot b ginning, aud improved
by a two-?tory brick dwelling couuiuiug 7 rooms aud j
cellar with niodeuu improvements. 1
Terms of s?le: Cash. Taxes paid to June 30, 1887.
Conveyancing at the coat of putchaser. If th terms
ol aale are nut complied with in ten day a alter aale. the
property may be re-sold on Ave days' notice st (he risk
aud cost of the delaulting pun'hsser, as provided by
the decree of aale. A deposit of 4100 ?111 be required
at time of sale. JAS. u. PAYNE, ruatee. City h*IL
THuMAS D iWLING. Auctioneer. o.'lVdads
C~ HANCEItY WALE~OF i HAT VALUABLE LOT
AND FIRE-PROOF BUILDING ON THE NOR1 H
EA81 COKNE OF ElGuTH AM) G STREE18
NORTHWEST. NOW OCCUPIED BY THE
UNITED STATES AS THE BUREAU OF EDU
OAUoli
coiuplslnant and Emma C. Wright et al. ar defendants.
I shall on THURSDAY, the TENTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER, A. D. 1887, at FOUR u'CLOCK P. M.. offer
for saje at auction in lroot of the premises, part of iot
numbered three (3) in saitare numbered t ur hundnd
and tweuty-uiiie (429). in the city of Washlngton. D.
C., beginning for the same at the southwest corner of
said lot aud running tuence east, along U street north,
seventy feet: th' uce north thirty-iiine and twent.
hundred!ha (30.201 feet to the center of a party wall;
thenoe weet seventy feet, and tbroce aouth along Eighth
street west thirty-nine and twenty hundredths (39 -0)
feet to the place of beginning, improv d by a iour
story and basement brick ftre-proof I sliding, now oc
cupied t.y the Un.ted Stales sa the Bureau of tducatlou.
Terms of sale?One-fourth of the purchaee money in
eaab and the residue in three equal Instalments at re
spectively one, two and three yeara from the day of
sale, with interest at 0 per cent, par annum, payable
seml-annnally. The deferred payment* to be secured
by the pnrcliaatr's notea and a deed of trust on the
property: or all the purchaaa money ean be paid in caah.
A deposit at t&oo will ha required at the time et
sale.
All eoaveyaadiic and raeacdiaff at the purchaser's I
ooat.
If tbe terms of sal* are not complied with within
twenty daya after sale the property will be rssold at the
dak and ooat ot the defaulting purchaeer. 1
REGINALD FENDALL, Truetea,
Corner 4ls st. and La. are.
WALTER & WILLIAMS k CO.,
o20-d Auctioneers.
rpHOMAB X. WAGO AMAH, Baal BatataAuctioneer.
-WEST. . ^,^4^
"Terms: One-third eaA. tt whtek ?100 wUl be re
qulred at Ume ot saU; baUooe in threaaqwal tastaU
menta, lasts, twelve, aadeighteen moaths. for which
" "T lntssiet from day ot ea a.
, aan^t wai *
.AUCTION SALES.
P
rp SOMAS DOVURO, A
extraordinary ma or
* a~a MO.OOO worth of
UCI CURTAINS.
LACK CURTAINS,
LACK CURTAINS.
VIENNA PORTIERES,
?IENNA PORTIERES,
?ttKNA PORTIERES.
upholstert OOODS.
UPHOLSTERY OOODS.
. upholstery OOoDS.
?nJM. 8ATIN8. AND PLl'SHES,
BILES. SATINS. AND PLUSHKS.
SILKS. SATINS, AND PLUSHES,
To the Hurlieet Iiider, on DC it
WEDNE8DAT AND THURsDAT.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
SECOND AND THIRD,
KTKLKtKN L* AND THREE P M KACH DAT
.. *T *T Arci'ION ROOMS.
""I 1102 Feniiixlruli aveaaa.
By order of the lurat imtH>rtioc bouse in limn
_ _ to 1?<1 nidation. M. Posatlva.
flood. BOW OB exhibition. ud?Ul bt sold In lot* to
o2V"4t
'J^HOS. K WAOOAMAN, K?l Estate Auctioneer.
1"?SpROVElI^,ittV0TiALUABLl: CORKER LOT.
hlwTHtlliT mJAl "^1|E HOIHU 0>f
AWD^StIIeT^* ? or TWENTT^a*T*
By virtue of a decree of the snni?? .
square ^O. iHVtiiiuuir fur th** ? m? ?t fh* n rtliwest
c? riser of Mid ?utwn- ami runiu up thencr rari ?11 t-#
line of I street $4 ft'ft tiiDchci, tli<> , e souh 7r? fn-t
to the pear Hue of aaid 1, i 11. ,h. wfrt'-U ?jta
Inches to the line , f Twenty .nth atr^Vweet Jud
the ce north ... nirsaid line T.. ie. 1to the placTof
iriniiluir, improved by two Irnur bouse.
leriua of Ml* a* |'r-m nl??l |,y ibe decree All
cash, ofwhichfilOO shall t?- p,,d at tune o^esTe. and
the balance uu tb" final ratification of *ai I aale Ail
conveyancing aud rrceirdin* to (a- at pun liaser's rolrL.
lenua to be con, oliad a ,thju , 0 dSsft^fST* Pu"1
1RVINO WILLIAMSON. Trustm,
THOa E. WAOOAMAN Auct. *"* ^""'"YluV.to
P?55ff*H?rs A!IV,\'y.y' t Nl"l> BUILDINO
rv?T m?^2/ni*ir? ABtli T ,R>0 syfARt
rati Or GROi \I>, <>\ ] \\ u t i u s ?kl l t
Btl W EEN G AN1> I SThKtTH HOUlHLAM * *
On 1HUH8DAT 4FTEHNiK)N NOU M?EHLa
THIRD. 18S7A1 HALFl'A^TroiKu'ffii#
w* atli MeU m front of the premise*. L?U 12 and^C.
'?? "W ea?t half of 14. in equare 1020. contaluimr
-at,ol i square feet. Thu Hale m a peremptory one and
preecnts a (food opportunity lor -peculatoraand othera.
aajfround lu thia aection u rapidly enhancing.
Term*: one-half caab. baiai.ce lu all. twelve, and
eighteen fnontbe, u.-tes to laar 6 iht cent interest
from day of aale. payable semi-annually, and to tie
aecured oy deed of trust on i reunaea. or all caali. at
option of purcbaaer or purchasers. Adiooeituf filoo
oDMchlotitailft Conveyan. inir. Ac? at purcha*cr'a
coat, lenua to be complied wub in ten daya. other
wise rl#bt la reserved to resell at riak ano coat ot de
faultltuc puty-baaer. after five daya* i-nbllc advertlae
Vva^hli?ift8*ijC111 "OUie n?m?p*per published ill
AbntriM't dbown at aale
DrNCANSON BROS.. A net*.
LUEMPToKY KALE Or FRAME HOl Sl AMU
LOl Oil TENTH S1REET. BETW1 EN 11 AsD
>'0' 245 1KNTH SI RLET
On 1HL'K.-?DAV AFT'RNOON. NOVEMBEH _
THIRD. 1SST, at Fl\i. O'CLOCK P M we willdW*
aell iu frout the pivuiiana i?rt of Lou 41 an.1^5
Square 1144.^Iiemir tht* aoutb j feet front of lot 41
and the noT.h 10 feet front of lot 42 bv tlie depth
ati'X-t'aoutheaa* Kr*uie Uuu"? 236 l&Ui
lernin: One-half caah, l*lauce In one year note to
bear ll iar cent intereat irom day of aale. payable aenii.
annually, and to b aecui-ed by deed of tfu?t ,n ,Tcm
* I caah. at option oi purcbaaer. A deiv.it of
...V reyulrt* I at aale. t-rnia to be compiiiMl within
ir?.^?,5.V 5*''"^ n,fljt "served to re-ell th>- prop
erty at tbc riak and . oat ol the defaulting i urrbaaar
after flv day.' public notice of aucb re!?Ir in Ko^e
nawa|<aperpubliabed in Waabimrton. D. C t ouvey
anci. if *c., at purchaaer'a < oat.
DUNCANSON BROS.. Aucta.
rpHOMAS DOWLI NO. Auctioneer. ~
y^K^BLE TNTMPROVED
^ ) ^ SO 1H MGTuN IV
iii i'nui'iS.t;,L*t-?!' THIRD ANL Ftil tt
WLB1
?> 7l!,"e f a d? ri-e ot tlie Supreme Court i
?, \M , r ,rKi ' ^ '"a. "? the cauae {
ol Wilieret 1, va. Miller etal. K<|. No 107uti
l>ock-1 '^i. the undcrftifUtHl rruateea will heli at i"
Sp?11'0' thej'reiniaea.oii WLUNE-DAll .
Mi? uiui KMbL?, A D.. 1SK7. A I HAL.*
f'?.1 . mK'-E Otuxrk. PM- tL. follow in* de
at lbed real eatute. al.uatfxl in the city of aanI iitcV .11.
? . oiuiuMa. and known and deacobed aa
iolloart, to wn Lot* i uni?KT?xl fi\e (5) ten (IO)
eleven (111. tweiu ali.-U, and iwcuty^ht"^, in
t.? ? if '?"u,be^'" 11** Hundred and Forty-one (541l;
*'rout*? of 41> feet 5 llicbea on South
lOand^V Vj.? lmin u,f to a ;to loot alley, lota
lOand 11 beinir on the corner of Four-and-a-half
f^5.e,' we,V. lt;<1 gaJJ B,'utlJ 1 ?< ? at:d lota 2?i and 2S
bavin*eath a irout ol 4."> leet:? mcUea ..n Thirdatn<et
al|d ruuninK ba?'k U? a 25-foot alley
?? l .wscnbed by the ikw One
third of the purchaae utone.. in ca*h and the balance
in one il) and two (2) vaara. for which tbe notea of t lie
I ^ i**"?1 U"*"lur intereat at (> per
troui tbe day of aale. MM tire I by l>ee<l of 1 ruat
uikiu the prupert) aoid, or all ca-b at tbe option of the
1 orcbaaei; or purchase^ra *
1 A de, Oait of ? too on each lot will la? required at the
!1,1J*1"' If the tenn? are ?ot coinVlied with in
ten daya. the i iua.ee* reaervc tbe rttfb. to reaell at tbe
n-i.andco.t Oitne dafaultlnr purser tTi^ViS
paid u>^Novauiber 1, lddt, all coiiveyanciiiK at pur
__ " TBOR. J. FISHER. ? _ .
o2T-d*a? ELi AZLR H MILLEll.1 Tru"teaa.
TELSIJE' '8 SALE OF VALl'AllLE 1M1 aivm
RKAL LSTA'l ON NORTH W E?T <"OR\Eit OF
MARYLAND AV NI K AND TENTH hTMKElS
SOtlHWEST. IS WASHINGTON. D.
, B>.vl tue ot a d ed of truat. aated April :{o. A D ?
188o recorded in 1 iber No 1120.F? jo 430,et aeq flw
one of the laud recoroa or the Di.trlct o. ft.liii..i .1. jf'^.
anu at the wntteii r gue.t o tnajiarty aec .ml there
.V5.':i *2*'a?*L at piihlicaa-ein .rout 01 tbe 1 r-mi?ea on
TUESDAY. THF. F.loHTH DAV tir NOVEMUMlY
1>. 1S?<. at HalI I'Asi F ilii O'C u kl' V all
th?t certain piece or iiarcel ot land and preniiwa
known and ai?tii.;.'ui?neu on tiiefrround |> an or plat
ol tbecilY o. Wa?hiuif on iu the 1 i?iru*i oi Columbia
afc lot lettered A, ol \\ slliim b IVnld'a huIh1i> isiou of
iKjuare numliered tlir e hundred and filty-two (352)
together w.tb all the iiiiprovemeata, wa??. eaaeineuTa'
nvbta, privlLirea. tnereto.
Tenna of aale. Ou? third of the purchaae money In
caah. aud tlie balance tb reof in two equal instalment
ill ail aud twelve uiontba fnuii the day f aale. with in
tereat thereon at the rate oi ail per centum par annum
to be aeenred by the notes of tlu- pur.-l.aaer or imt^
chaaera tnereof aud an approved deed of truat on the
Property ih.ld; or all caeh, at the option of the nor
chaner or purchasers tberevf. A deposit ot *200 will
be required at time of sale from the pureLaser or pur
'... f" 'hereot. and all conveyancintr and recording
ahal be at bia or her or their eipensa. If tbe ternTaT^
aale are not complied * lib ui ten (101 daya from the dav
of aale the tiuatee reaer\es tlie rufht to resell tl.a prop
erty at tbe n.k aud coat of the defaulting pun haaer 5?
purchaser*, after at laaat five <5) days' advertisement.
SEYMOUll W. TLLLoUK
DTNCANSON BROS.. Aucta. Hurv'vu'? ln"^j
I^UNCAXbOX BHOS.. Auctioneers.
SufflufESr"3' rotaia
Tndei and by virtue oi tLe powers and author- ^s.
ity in me veated by tbe last will and testament o'#W
C.mtU.m O. Gocaelei, 1 auail offer ior sale at
lie auction in fr nt ot the preuiiaoe. ou MONIiaT
SEVENTH DAY OF NoVt .IB " t
FOCR O'CLOCK P. 1L, ibe folkiwuijr described rnai
estate Part ot iot turec (J) iu aquare five buudred and
twenty-seven (527). btiriuniuir on the line
oi 4th street west eurhty-two feet two in
ches (82 ft. 2 is.); from the northwest comer
of sail a.juare. runu.uir thence east eivhtv
sli (SO) feet to an a. ley; then.-e north an teen
feet ail Inches (1(1 ft. Oiu.). thence weat eiirbty aii
(Sti) leet. to 4th street ud place of buKLiuuK im
proved by a aii-roofu irame residence. No 931' 4th
aireet northweat And immediately thereafter I ai.all
offer for aale part ot aald Lot Three, in aa.d square five
hundred aud twenty seven (o-7). beKinnmJit . ,K.iut
on 4tli street, forty nine, sevelitoen hundr.dUia.4H
17-100) feet a uth of ,be northweat corner of ^ud
^loare. thence east eUhty-sn (SO) feet, thence noriis.
tiiteen, forty-two-hunUredtbs (15. 42-100) teet thence
weat eiirbty-ail iHO) teet; theue*e aoutb ui.ceu tortv
two-biiudredtns (15 42-l()Oi leet to t.ie l la. e of Is- -in
uinv. iiuproveo by a threo-atory brick PL-aid,-nee with
wesu ? couytmvl"xu- U in* Ao U35 4th aireet north
l enua of aale one-third (*) caah, the balance in equal
instalments lu o..e a..d two year*, with interest piT
able seml-aiinuallv fro ?? .lay of sale secuml >.v ? ?
ot truat. or all c Ax at tbe optio rTpdrtlw A if.
poait of one hundred (*100) dollars ou each lot will t?>
reguiivd nt tbum; ol naif.
1 t-ruiM to be complied with in ten (10) daya or reaale
at the risk auu co ,t oi purcna- r i ter t U (l(t) dlTa'
?"U i * a ? OR'iE J. OOt KFIvh "***
Eie. utor and trustee under iue I at will and usilm.nl
of Christ hoi Q. Uockt-ler, d -c^am-U
o24-dAda LKo.M lOBttl NER. Attorney.
rpHOMAS DOWUNU. Auctioneer.
j^^sv&4'aKe.wagat
By virtu* of tbe authority rested in me by the _
last will aud testam nt of William baauani. late JBf
Putrtft ot Columbia, doc?a?e.t. duly ad jla
^ "oo"1 >u the office of R<?isu>r
?2!i i the foilowln^-deacribt<i real
Sflfif/ft1!?11 of *>? to wit, part of
lot nine (9) in square two hundred and uinetjr (290),
contained within the foUoa inir metes and bound*: ne
iflummr for the name at a point on 13th street weat.
and on the weat line of said lot, 40 fast south of the
n?rthw?st corner of the said lot, sad running thence
esat 100 feet; thence north 20 feet, them* west 100
leet; thence south with Um- weat line of said lot 20 feet
to the Place of betfinnina, improved by a substantial
thrt^story brick dweHTuir. belmc Ism Mo. 621
lJUh stitet northwest^ A
UOTUI.WL
Terms of aale: one-third of th 1 purchaae money la
(?ah, and the reaidue in two equal inataUments. nar
f ^*2.. ?nd two years, with intereat from the day
I^ii^l ^ per oeui per annnju. pa>-ahle aemi-anuu
*"y. Uia deferred pay menu to be secured by the uer
HaaCa notea aud a deed of truat on the property or
lh. .... w.1. k. .J _ _ ..
chaaai-a notea and a dsed of trust on the oroperty. or
?H thepurchaae money can be paid la caah A lianall
of $30v will be required at the tuue of aale. All ooa
vayauclmr aad recordiuK at tbe purchasec* oaaL If I
I the teraaa of sale are not complied wub in fifteaa days
the property will be resold at the nak and coat of the
defaulting purcbaaer. MAitTIN T. MORRIS,
o31-dukda Eiecutor and ! ruatee. Sua Buildl nc
rpHOMAS DGWLINU,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A TWO-8TORT run
HOUSE, ON SKVKNTB OR T STREElf
BETWEEN FREDERICK AND FAYETTl
S1REETS, 4EORUETUWM. D. C.
By virtue of a dsed ol traet, dated tSe lat day of
April. 1S7S, and duly recorded la Liber No i*M a>
lotto 450, et aeq., one of the laud racorda fur Waah H
inrvoB Count) , la the Dtotrlet of OoJumbia. aaur
directioo ot the part] eeeured thersby, the uudaraumed
Trustee will eellja froat of ^ Him III . _ IlU
DAY. NOVIMMCR KLTENTH. MST/at FIVE
aoutb aide of 7ta or 1 ecraeta at the distance uf one
hundred aad fifty feet from tbe iataneeta of 7th aad
???>??. to-ether wltf tSTtSOZ
AUCTION SALES.
"Ti ri: Bttt.
I of I
IS?
bATUBDi
BEK. Al>. IW7, A
Ml.. UtrMtoftW r-?? . uu?r tor aaalr W Um
111* best bul.W lk. ??.t Unrty lire. M trrt uim i?l
lucbs* front of L( mi <*i, by U>? depth of mid lot. la
In bmM im Jft? um iMli. mi Ut Inat
bona* tsd tnoif bourn Ibfrnm
Tsrtus ot saia ? prs?rihrd l<> tb? lam Oar-third
fah. sad the balan.? la oar an > two year*. wtth mm
rat from thr day of >al*. for which tbr parch ati ulna
will he required. *r?-umd bjr deed of traat 01 lb* i?i
?rt? *old ot ail. uh.il tb- tvtiou ot tbr | unl*n A flat
final rat ft* attoc o! tbe ssir by tbr *-oui t t :?* 1 n?t??
wij ovinvrj tbe aal.1 i r i?Tt> to tbr tun-baser or putt
ill Hi*, bia or lb. ir b i ? or aa inn A d-|??it >4
? 100 will be required at tbe I lasso' sale. !i tbr irma
(4 aala are Dot corny Md with lu leu loi after U ? sal
ine in* uiaaa luat he rr a* id at Uir ml and >??t of thr
default! u? ?*an baser or one weeks puldi. i.oUcr 411
coaiveyaitriaff ai d nrarlUK at the nat 4 lb* pur
" L. CABELL WILLIAMSON Ttastes.
4' H> U. a?eutae.
WA1.TFR B WILLI AMH ft 0>. 4a (a n I dA ft*
TBCHTEE*H 8*1 r OF \AIIAB1.F IMIK.'Mll
KCALnTATLMTHTliP V>iK TBI IMH'TB
??>r IVKSI.K U? IMUANt AVEMk ANU
THIKD MTRKKT V)HlH*l>T
Bt virtu* of a deed of truat, datnl HMTnln ltb.^|
10,0. and duly fronted in Ulai No. d ul, l*4i< n
204. et srq . of tb* land m->?da <4 tbr lua riot otU
OoluiuUa. and at tbr written lequeet i4 the pau> ar
cuival thereby. tbr under?ume.i. tnrrn in* I raster un
der aaid M of tru?t. will arlL at i'utn-? auct i.?r., ia
fr- tit ot tbr prmiiara. mi THI RhDAI, tbr IFNTH
DUi4ViVIHHKK.lt 1> IhnT.hiQI ARll'k l'4sl
fOl'R OCLOCK P M all tliat <?riam i ict ur lan-el
ot land and preaauses aitu tr ID tbr city .4 a aahiurtoiL
in tb -Ihstnct of (Vlumhia. and kn >*ni an I deecrttvd
a* auh. Lot naml^rrd ibirty-sfli tStihof So! kli I*r
nrr a, aurvivin* truatee. ?ul?lii iaion ot part of unartoaj
lot 24. tu aquare uunihr.ad Bve huadreal anil ih;rt>?
tlirrr (.Wit, rrr. ni.il in Uir oflk-r ot llir .urwyor 4
the Dt?tn. t of iVIuinbta. in book l.Y ia* 10K. wtth
tbr unpr >vrri>*ata tbarn'n. n?i-t.i a ,.f > l ur-atorj
sior* and darllimr bouac. tbr aaid aub 1.4 No. 3f
briuc a |?rt only of tbr read ralata dea, tilted id aaa
coT- rrd by aaid dod <4 trull.
Trruia (4 aair i lua- fourth of tbr I iin ha? m..nry ID
raab, and tbr tialaix-r ili.-?vf in tbrr* r^ual i<a\ inauta
in tw> lir. twruty-tour and tlnrtj ai? aiont a from Um
day uf aalr. with IMrmt at an |>rr ornt i-r aonunn
intrrrat i<ayal>lr arnu annaally. and !?? an-urwd >>?
tbr in'Ira of thr 1MI r> bar^r ??r I'lirvliaarra Itwal. and ?
aallafaoUiry dr*sl of truat on tbr piMivrti ?. Id ..r all
oaab. at tbr optkio .>f thr pun baa* r r pur liaarra 4
tlr|? ait of t.loil anil br rr<i<iirrd at tb* tnnr <4 aal<<
and all roiivryani iuc and r*-. ? rdina aball hi at llir ? ?l
of tbr uarrhaarr >r i-un naai n . If tl?r trrtua of aala
arr not coniultrd aiUi in nttrrn (l.i laya from da) .4
aalr. tbr uiidrrauniad. aurtivitia truatrr. r-<arr?ra tb*
nrht to n?rll aaid y*I. 'twrty at Uia rtak ana root of Ui4
?lrfaultluc |iun lia> r or|'U .'liaarra. alirr fl>a ?.M dajrw
adrrrtiaruirnt <4 au< b iwalr in a.*inr i.rwa|*|?r |iiib
liahad in tbr rttr of Waahliia-tou. I>. C
XuB E D. UKMK, hunmti? lrutna.
WAI.TI.lt B ?ILU4MK k CO,
?tmjoM>4A<JUt.l0-10t 4 ll Uoarrca.
V'Al.l'ABLK HI lLl'IN.. LOT OK T* ? STT Sir*
OKDhTRKET a KS1, Nut I HI OIHNLK OF
r srKF.hr north
On rK1DAY 41-TKHNiiOH, BOVKVHKR FiilTB
AT FI\ E U\'Uvk. *? will aril, u front ot tbr txaoi
laaa all of
ORIOIKAL IjOT 10. IM By I'ARK Hi.
IDC on thr raat aldr of wrat ?'2d aim-t ."? ! frn j
10inchea,a uih.f i.rth I ?tri'ri hat in*- a f . .ut I
of 61 fret 1 in. h and adri thot 14o fori v. n br
Trrma tHir third raah. Iialan. r lu one ai l tao )r?r^
notaa to baar aix I?*r ,-etil interaat, |?yah.* ariui-an
noillr. and to lir arcura.i by dred ot traat uu i-r^iniara
or all raah at oimon of cuirtnaar. Omn-) mirn?
at c M of i>ari'haaer A d**puait of #1<M .-Miuirrd at
timr of aale Trrma to br <H'Ui|>llrd ?ith lu tm. .laya.
othri wiar lialia al nak and ooat ?4 arfa iltina imr
? baarr tier flvr daya'public noli r ol au. ii r laalr in
a<.unr nearat?i>rr pabliahed in ttaahintrt"!!. |i. < . At.
.tract ahown at aala
-dbd* DTTfC AXHOK BROH . Aim ta
BV8INKMH ASU HWKU.IMI TH< ?| KUTk. tMB
M1 B or THIRD AM. B blKKk.T.4 NOhlH
WEHT. 4T ALC i ION.
On MONDAY AKll.KSOON. KO\miir.RA
Ktvrsi U. 1HHT. at FIX k O'CLui'k.wta.1. aril, g*
In trout of tb pn unaoa. KJi
LOT 1 SQCARE
frontlnr 2.1 *1- fret on H airrrt u?*rth and 100 feet
on lid atrart a .at Tliia lot m Iniprovrdby a ar.I hunt
tao-aUiry Bin k dwell.nw with aU>ivn>>u. atiarr>ir>
nar of :id and H ata u ?.. and fnmia a.l 4 12 frrt b> a
dr]4h of 70 feet, and a ronifortahlr two-atory Hn. k
Honae on 3d at., nrar R. aud frotita JO taet on
?trert Tbr looatlou la one ol the beat, and tor an !?
?e?tnietit will lay a iruod prn-*-ljlaire.
I .-rtua < tietl.ird oaali ha:an.? in one ami tao I "am,
notra to b>?r ail prr ? a it Inu-reat froui day of aal^
pa\ able rauil annually, and to be aerured bj deed .4
truat oD preiiii"r? a id. or all <-aali. at opiiou of pur
rbaaer A drj oait ut #V(M) will br n>guirrd on the
corner hourc aud a ib |<oaitof (ItHI oo tbr h iuaron
:id atrwt ColirryaBainc. k< . at pnr< liaarr a .tat
Trruia to be c tni linl with iu ten day a. oth< rwlae rurnt
re**eryed to rra* .1 at nak aud ro t of ?l. iai ltiua t ur
chsarr. after n?e day a publio Dotl< * <4 au.-h re -ale ia
aotnen wa|ia|wr j'lihlwlird in M aehimrtou. l>. C.
n'.H^lftda POi'ANMiiN BlloH. Au*tioDeeee
? tlMANw.X UKOH.. Auctioneer*
IBl'STKF'S 8A1.E CNDKB DBCBKEOP <"OrKTO?
i LEVIN OK IHtmt FINE BKIOK D?U.L*
INOM.OV I.AST CAIMToL HTHEKT, HETWLLM
MX'oMi AND THIRD HTKEETN EtsT. AND
THi KE ON HOl'TB A HTBLLT, Ik TBE SAMB
hgl'AKE.
Bj iirlurof a decree naaaed by tb* Rijirame^^
Court of tbr Diatm t of c-duailua. to bjmti 5**
Cauae a 42WL hai-ull Vatiial Ufa Ina jra' . "Kji
Coiutiatiy *a. Albert uraut et al.. I will a*ll at iiubiio
auction, in front ol thr prrinieea. on T( i sDAY. 1 HK
lin iKMh DAY OF NOVKMHF.K. 1HWT. at POL'B
O'CLOCK K M (aalr to hei .jntluued the n*-tt day at
the aan e hour, if iweeaary i. l*?ta nunitiered our til,
three CI;, tour (4), n>e (.">i. all <tti. eurht (Hi. nine III,
ten . lO). *le>en 111), tw.-lvr llt?. fourteau (14i,*la
tern -Itli, aevetiteen i IT i. and eighteen 11H1. of tb*
aubdlviaou of aunan iminliered aevru bunurad and
?iity (TO ), in tbr tttjr ot Maaluwrtou. 1>. C? aa tb*
aatue la of ren-nl'ln the irfttoe ut Iheaurvejor >4 tb*
District ut Coian.Liu T hea* kiU are iuipn
will* 4a*lrabU brua dwalliusw. aad will be aula l*|a
rataljr.
'1 *i'tu* of aale One-fourth caah and tb* l*lan.-? at
mi. twelve, and eighteen n.ontba. for wbb h tbr not**
ot the purcbaaer. h.*nn? luinrrat from tbe day uf
aale. w ill n takru auu a lieu reui* d ot. the i rrinla**
?nla, or all caah. at the option of thr I in haaer
All laira aud aaaeaamei t? jut at the udk of *ale. IB*
Cludibtr all aniouuta n?ran iry to redeem Uir ir imt
aold fr.Mii any lat aaia tberaof, will lie pa; al.lr out uf
the pure. a?e tiioiiey A de|ajan <4 *.">(M| will be re
quired of tbe pun liaaer of each lot at Uir tiui?- of aala
A policy uf luauran. r aaramat fire w ill t* rr^uirad at
U*i! purchaaer ou tbr hui.rtitur on eai-h lot add. IB aiaab
amount aa the trust* r luay drem lmt-rr
BUA1NAKDH. WABNER. '! ruatr*
DI SCANHON BR< IK. W It) F at u w.
Auctioneer*. o21-4
klUTIX't MALE OF VAU ABLl. LOT. IB
PBOVEO BY FltAME HOTsEK. ol* O bTRI.ET,
BilWF.KN TWELFTH AND TBI KTkkN IH
bTltEETK SOI THEAhT.
By virtue of a deer r of tbe Huprvme C urt of
tbe Dlatrn t of Columbia, paaaad in Equity (!an*ew
No. 10 rt.?? I will oiler lor aalr at uu in auu .u.Bl
tn Iruut o. the pret.iiae*. on MONDAY, NoVLMiTlS
HF.Vl.NTH, at FOt'B O'CLOCK F M , lot 21 ui aquars
1040. taapioved by two frame houaea. on <1 strset ba
tweeii l.'th aud 111 h streeta southeast.
Trrma OBr-third cash the balance in tbrer egaal
ln-tallmenta, iu all twelve, and rlarn'ern lu >uth* from
tb* day of sale, fur which tbe uolea of the l un lissar.
In*ll*i int rra. tr .ui day of aale. and secur a li) deed
or traat uo property sold, will br taken or tba pur.
chaae money may be pai l all caah, at pun tiaarr'a op
tion. A driHialt of 9100 will he required at time of
sale, and aD couveranctne and re*x,rdliaf will b* at
purchaser's co*t
8IOMUND J. BLOCK. Trlslee,
. 014 ?ih*t S.W.
DrXCAlCHOy BROS. Au.-Uoueera. o.-V Bt
WOODLAND COAL. ^
^jOAL AMD B1KDLINO WOOD.
I A complete assortment of all tb*b**t ?raIs* of O**
bow on baud andarrtvinir ooaastauUy fa Jar ttlat
?ale at iowcat market rataa
NOM ia lUt TIME TO BCY.
AllklDUstM Hoou. Sawed and split, or ia tbssttok.
8 rEPHEKHON * BBO.
MU1 and Depot. 7th at whad
Ofllcra?419 loth si n. w.. a a our Eeua aaa
IM taa
1
if voo want the
BEtIT FTEL SOLO
3i tbr District at fkir prtcss. -all >?
JOHNSON BROTHEB8,
* bo auppl) more familie* srlth
COAL, OOKE. AND WOOD
Than any firm in the United states.
Wharvea. Depot, and hailniasl lanl, l_'u. mj v.|M
?ta. s.w.
Main Office: 1202 F st. n.w.
liram fa Offices 1515 Tth st. n.w.. IT40 TVnnsrlsa*
cissve n w , :id aud h ata n.w_ 1112Mb *L u.w 12tB
and Water at*, a.w , 4:;? loth at. n.w.
Counrcllou with mam office by telepbooa ya
ATTORNEYS.
t'AMI'BELL CAlablNoiUN, ATTt 'BNET-AT
t Law, harbour haw niuiuing, *BU LuuiaiaM
sveaiua M asiumrvun* u. C. ? - - ? - n.1# & ^
w- uiU
To Th> P
UBL1C
DBY GOODS BUUWEMl
CLOSINO-OCT BALE
Is still In proarrsss. sad aau harsauas srs to bs I
tow of which 1 qaot* b*low
BROCADED VLLVkT. in black and colon, fo
?5, to tb* low i ric. of KM
STEEPED " in black and color* form art/
? 1.50. to tbr low pdoa of |L
? la black aad eot*
? 1.2&lotb*low
ALL PLATS ? In black and
1*** than oat
W* hav* *om* COLORED ULKH laft la Oraa-Orala.
ihadsanas, Borahs, sad Brocadsd. which w* oflar at t
T*at aaenfle* ot 6uc. on tb* dollar.
Wa have ttwo ptooss of 244ach SEAL CLOAEZM
PLC8H laft. which we o(*r vary cbaap
Tb* COLORED DB1UM OOODB STOCK ta mmr
laslrahla- sad sasaon roods Ml. and if jroi
tbiar la that lis* It will par roa to ?!** I
nant a look bMor> bay-las.
If you waot a BLACK DBE88 at *ay kiad, why M
my It wbsM yon caa cat it at eoatf
la short, ro? should not mtm tMsssto M ywa aaM
laythiac in lb* DBT OOODH lisa
UUS4 riXTUk
Opexuo Or F:
HATS
M0VDAT AJID TCKBDAZ,
110 AID 1L

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