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SIMMS ME STAR
% ROnE I* HEM l.T*G.
Trr'ihlo intf'rlnn ???"? Tlrwculwna
Mr( ?T,-rf ?? * tlllClBBWl W?W.
cisciksati, Not. jl?On the L'Mh of Norrni^r
ttiMjMr>?) Mr*. W inter, wife of Geo. wmtea
>bile Milog dinner swai.owed a none ib.ui the
v/e 01 a Navy oean. Pb>alciaos wet* sent for, but
i * case *- iur.1 Uo^?-.w uu.?im to sootue me
?.r-a l:ut vi3 ring" of the lady were administered.
'I in u*b hh lgb' ye.'f*Old slie rallied, and tuen
1-egaB a COUrsSof ll?atllltut. i?r. Zlp
[?T.- ri loo* tue case lu nand, but pronouueed li lu
i jr?u.e. Hi* W^a that Hie bone bad
I ?i?ed in the i ing, and as tta removal was an uiter
liu??w "lilt> Oi-cay of the lubg* must Ultimately
?e| la. aud (Win was only a question of ua?.
iMinnir ail iih 'lnie Mr>. Winter suffered tue
s..*?er?"?t I' rlun i Hemorrhages tuictnleu each
*'lf r in rapid ^Uiiiiilou, tier cvugulhg speiia
*er?- road-.uou% and wasted her from a lOouqt
v i. .u t? a m-iv skeleton. l ,sl s inday an eveut
i 11!>? naitir* oi a huraciO Occ'Uired. aconlng to
t?' v'"r-r. As UsUai Mrs. Winter awoke with
: fit .?? ?; II (,f cuuglilng, lGlMJWl-d by a beui
1 Mo.e. Midnenly slis feu a gradual rising pain
? i n r ft -id?. The aUngiug pain rune S.gner
1.. .li> r, uuld all it once she .e.t a hard sub
,.. ??? ? u.e ?e I. 'UI ber Input alid Oil LPr mouth.
v? ' ">? '? out upon ibe floor, like a revelation It
? ri k her that lUis waa the bone she bad awal
* > d luree }. ars ogOi A Closer examination ro
> v.edlite la>t tbat the bard substance was a
I ? v?kd numerous aaarp edges. Dr. Ainlck ?ta
? led. >nd pronounced the case ninpiy miracu
lous, aii l gave tbe reassuring opinluu tbat IDe
? Sects ol tuts rrrltatlng tri.ahl of tbe t idj '? lung
Mount *oou wear away. Ibe couching spell ha.-?
Vnce ceased, and, except for the i-Ol.ilal
1 a eBcct, she la almost restored to health.
Ualbvrlag (>??*??(.
a rmrr witcB is scjrr to cni>a f uux thk kobth
caxuUka h _ \ i ss.
.'JitTun, N. L, Saw. 3.?coni^icuo'18 among
t:>? products of tnis section of (be state la gln
viag, a punt valuable lor its medicinal vlrt ues
?'.iiU found In a comparatively UiulKnl teiTltory In
' fee I nur-u luifti l be piant grows wlUl and bas
li t yet bc^u cultivated Lcr?. i litre are scores of
i'Opie aiuoiiif iii peasantry who, wben lue fall
? iu *s, k j tut" liie mouiitaib coee? ?lib amall boes
toui|{ ?? ai.fc,'" as u is popularly called. A statute
I ai bceu p^acd b> tbe legislature making It auils
ii'-uieanor lor any peisou to uig tbe plabi between
? :e- nriM. day oi Aprd ajid tbe flr?t oi ? pteuiber.
ad auo Ui-.n< e^ib person sO oITeudlb^ |lo for
? b day -acb ofleuse Is Ci'UiinKied. Toe pilce
p?r pouiid bas l?vu as low as set en tenia, but bow ?
I ie ioca. dealers bere pay as mucb as |1.7j for 1 . ,
U lauU Li.al t..e buta of tbl-. plant put On tbe
luaiket Is sui|>ped to Cbiua, wbei* U Is beld In
' igb e?tluiaii u by tbe people, and where lue
pri'^s paid toi u sometimesu acb very blgb Qgurea.
Xke Buri(lan Urtura*4 ?"
Dc?c??c?, low 4, NOV. 3.-A week ago tbe reai
?>DC? ox Mrs. D. S. Wilson was entered by burg
1 irs. Her daughter, Mr^ Brock, was chloroformed
? -id tue premises robbed of several hundred dot
l ,r?' worta of jewe.o abd other va.uaoles. Yes
tvida} uioriiiDK ?uen tb front door wan openeu,
t'?? ta'mliy *eie agreeably surprised to find tbat
w?crj thing <aa> n by ibe burglars was lying on tue
?tep* lucre was also an apologetic note, stating
tui ibe burglars were sorry tbat I bey bad stolen :
the art. .ea, and asked forglvehcas.
?. rsi r ( karfr Agalati a PrlMn Wardrti.
Sr. Part, Minn,, Not.1?U.O. stordack, warden i
of tbe Mulwatcr penitentiary, baa been arrested !
? a the charge of subornation of perjury and libel,
be complaint charges btordack wltb couaning
Mary W a^baer, a female convict, la a duugeon,
turning tbe ujrf on ber and starving ber unOl she
pit>udsr?i to make an affidavit to tue effect tnat J.
Kred. the warden succeeded by storaack, had
i ?b ci iiniuaily intimate wltb her and oiher female
i:.mates of ibe pilson. The action is the out-;
growth of au investigation bad by the stat? board
i>f corrections and charities.
Ull a Furtnac bjr Her Old Planter.
J>Dia>aPoux, Did., Nov. a?Amanda Johnson,
.>n old uegro woman living near this city, bas just
received information to tbe effect tbat she bas !
iallen heir to a valuable plantation lb Kentucky
nod * Urge sum of money, left ber by ber old
tiasler in slave days, sue proves to be bis only
i tilld by one of bis slaves.
rni a Kettle ?? Bolliag Tar.
Lot" is vim, Kr., Nov. :t?Jos. Doualdsou, a j
laborer, whiie covering the roof of a cottage on '
l inden square wltb tar and gravel, was seued
with an epileptic flt while leaning over a kettle
Oiled w in boiling tar and pitched In bead fore- ,
most, lie plunged down Into the tar up lo bis j
MM>uidei> and was power .ess to extricate ulinsflL j
lie made no noise as be fell In. and no one saw !
t. in Kor full,) two minutes be lay ?l.n his head
in tbe boiling uiaikt, and witb Bis legs and body I
kicking about and wr.Uilng horribly, tils struggles |
Suauy auractvd tue attention oi a man on the !
root, wuo ciambt. red down a ladder to bis rescue. ;
lie was dleraliy boiled alive la tar. I
n hli? Cilrt* SeU !? Mi
OX r?TLMi TO KaC IPX TBI VICTIMS AUk Wrt lXlO TO
THtla saVAOl M ASTtKS.
A special to tbe New York World from Ottawa.
>ov. 1, says:?While a victoria schooner was ly
1t? at tbe wharf at Barclay Mand, on tbe west
coast of Vancouver Island, recently, tbe captain
and crew were surprised to see two white glria
running toward the vessel, closely pursued by !
three or four lndtaaa Reaching the side of tbe j
\ e-*rl tbe girls sprang on board almost eibausted 1
snd begged tue captain to protect them from their
t ursuers. 1 be Indians were dose upou Uiem,and,
lumping on tbe deck of tne schooner, demanded
lite tirte as their piuptfty, but tne captain refused
to give tbe ?trls up. AfU-r parleying wltb tue
? iplain for a abort lime tliey took their departure,
oniy to return, largely rein lore d. the captain
l..e'u surrec iered tue girls for lear of bis lite.
It bas sinve been learned by tue government of
British Columbia, wh eu la to demand ibe release
of tue girls, that tbey are daughters of Win.
?1 bouipson, formerly of Victoria, wno. wltb his
wil>' and four d ugutsr moved U> .Han Juan, ou the
west coast lure* >ears agu, and took up uls hou. -
i-ar an Indian camp. Since tbat Ume until now
it ituibg bad been beard Oi tncm. Alter moving to
>an Juak ibe lather became dissipated, and all be
earned went for the pure base of uquor. When be
could no longer 00'. cln rnouey or liquor be sotd bis
< Jeat daughter to a wealthy Chinaman, to wuom,
1' is said, sbe was married at tue point of tue re
volver. ttis wife died of a oroaen bear, abd In
one of bis reveirles at tbe Indi .b camp, it Is
..eged. be agreed to barter two of his daughters
( r a few blankets, doming, and wnisky. The
i irgain was made, and for tue purpose of carrying 1
r out Thompsons nut was vlalted ibe following 1
i .<h* by a few of tbe tribe, who easily carried >
. ?ay tcelr helpless vlctiras. Since their captivity I
t .e "glr.s have been sutiject to the most brutal
t reatmeut. A youuger aister. ouly eigut years old,
v. u> sotd to auoiber tube of Indians. Tue dgbt
! > i-e keeper at Macs Kixks Light bits w Hum a
l .v days seen a young white girl In a canoe, pad
died by Indians, pai? the ligutnouse.
Try lag M Cssftrl Augaat SplM.
t >;?r0CMarCL ATTisrr or a oooo wonax tro*
TUB ANAKCnlhT.
A Chicago special to tbe New Tor* Tribune,
> jvetuber l, says: Capt. Schaack's attention was
? died tit-lay to tbe sensational yarn from Plits
b'lrg about the two mysterious men starting for
t lii-aao with a still more mysterious box, which
t iey were aum >nl->ned by a Tenerabie-looklng m m
to "baudi'- Careiu.iy, aa It inigut go off." Tue
captain laugued al tula and said tuat be didn't
lutcud U> loae mucb sleep over tbe matter, in ibe
jail this morii.ug there were only a few visitors.
A good many people arv wond-'nng wby some
minister or priest does not vL?u tbe ansrchists be
t re tbey are banged. A good lady thought she
would attempt to conTr t spies. He received her
v Kb the irreatevt suavity and treated her In tbe
L oat geotiemanly way, but be made ber feel that
l,ef efr jrts to bring hi in to repentance were like
trying to utaae the Mlsalsalppl run north.
"Do yvu reaiUe," sne aaud, "tual enrtst died
f r aiL for neb and poor, tor you and tor me?"
-S?l" as answered, and rvtumed the question:
'jo yoa reaiue. my dear lady, that the pour are
d vliiA for the rlcuf that little children are being
? ar7sd and fruaen lo death because ihe rlcn >eek
t be ncber and rob the worker of his earnings?"
"uon't j ou know that you have an immortal
'"itf
know that a horss has not, and yet a strong
horss can earn his board and ifeiglng, while many
b-a.iny, lid usurious men caunos who are popu
larly reputed to have souls.''
she Anally gave up with a sigh, and said the
w jiud pray for him.
o?vs His D?C'i?TTs Po?o*.?The ftmr-year-o:d
.? l ighter cf D? Witt Edwards, of Palersou, ??. J., ,
i. i in agony eariy Tuewlay morning irom the ?
? 3-ci* '<? orroslve sub imate poisoning, hue bad
t??n 3nil>"ted with a troub e of a gasirtc nature,
a ad bei re dayil*ht ou Thursday morning K.1
warJs dvx. up and went to a CiOs^t tor ber inedi
i :ne. in ibe dark be sdisd a Dottle of cornaltd ;
wii.ofi t,y uilstaks. ihe child was gtvea tne
u.tte and sue ,i?a a very large dose beiore her
father dial ioered what it conlalbed. l>rik Klnne >
and % .and ?ere In atsendance aU day, but tue i
<1 lanuty of poison taken was so great that nothing ;
couiu aval. The parents arsovercosae with grief, i
This waa their only child. I
Two Torso EsoLrwMN Hild rom Foroskt ?
The case of u. k. and W. t haptnan, the sons of a
tax <XL.ector ai oatesbend, England, who have
i>"i arresed in Mew Tork at ibe instance of tbe
B lilah consul on a charge of lurgery, cane up
before luinuilsuober OaOorn ID New Yor* Tuea
?lay. Aa ibe papers In lb* cans had only arrived
on Monday, Louis H. Levy, attorney for the prlv
? >aerxt goc an adjournmeut until Friday at 1 p. in
TIM complaint agam.i these men Is dated reb
r iary 24, isM. At tbat tbey were clerks In
lurir lau*er*a ofBue. it ts alieg-d that by irregular
practices amounting lo fur*erv tbey roboed tue
iroTernment ol 14.WU0. Tbelr taiher bas resigned
the office since me flight of ula aouk and F- S. Mar
bury. at to uey for tue knguan government, thinks
l*e has sufficleat evidence to pro urn ibelr extradi
tion. on iue outer baad, couusel fur tbe prisoners
? .aims tnat a man has ir ady oecn convicted and
piac d in prtsuo lor tbe offense with which his
? Jems are charged. He beuevse that they oannol
be held or extradited on tue evidence.
As iHroBTtD pKorssson. - a telegram from Dr
troit. Mien.. NovetBOer l, aays: fr,feasor He .eage
< .ibos, of W estminster ColVge, London, was re
? eutly apy>jla(?d to tae protesaorsbip of paibology
at ihe Ml.higan fnlTsrsi.y, at Abb Arbor. Jtnc
tHies of iue uairerslty will, it ts said. In a few
'?ays endeavor to have an action brought against
tbe codpge authorities for employlag me pro lessor.
Proceedings wiu be bad uniler tue United Mates
(oruadmg the importation ol coatract
L
A Qar?tl*n ?f <??or.
mm. Dtnoitrrr minos rr.it? to twi woxkx's
AOTASCSMIKT **OCl?T10!?.
A dispatch rrora New York wjl: The Assoc a
ttoa for the AdvanceoieDt of Women la, through
ibe acit d of Mrs. W. J. Demom* la Inviting all
it* dei<*ates, both White anl colwd, to a recep
lion at her bno.se Monday, a? harmonloua a body
as before. Mrs. Wra. T. Il -lmuth, of -Mi Madison
1 ? venue bad extended ao Invitation to all the
del.-gates to a reception at her house last Pri
i d^/ afternoon. ? ro*l\ the wom-n's society,
?rare tuem a reception at Delmonlco's Wed
I omliy evening, and there Mrs. Helmuth
i learned that two or the delegates, Mra.
M. ft. Carey and Mra. Frances K. Harper, are col
or^ Mrs. uelmuth declined to p rmlt any one to
iiroaent Mrs. U?rp> r to her and gave notice tbat
*he could not tecelve the colored delegates at her
home. She revoked tbe Invit-itlon she had issued,
and thereby a storm was created in tbe associa
tion. To quiet the troubled waters Mrs. Demorest
.l<Mded to (:lve a reception herself, and all the
dei<-gat?% irrespective of color, were invited. Mrs.
neiiuutn said that she certainly bad tbe right to
say whom she would receive at her own home,
she sent In her resignation to the association, but
U was not accepted. _
ftnaw Morula in Italy.
Bom* Dtsratch to the London Standard, October 20.
Telegrams from the provinces bri.ig accounts of
weather of almost unprecedented severity for the
time of year, snow f.uis have taken place at Bo
logna, Mantova, Genoa, Florence, Modena and
elaewuere. At TorrlgUj, in Llgurla, It fell to a
depth of thirty centimeters. Near Parma tele
graphic communication-, were Interrupted, crops
and animals were Injured, and the chestnut har
vest was seriously damaged. In several places
in that vicinity the snow w as more i ban a yard
and a half doep. A hurricane at Venice uprooted
trees, blew down chimneys, and caused the loss or
several barks. At Pisa botihes were partially un
r-iote'l. and the rain seemed to be a sheet or water,
several lives were tost on the Lane of lotno.
One Way of litltlnc Harried.
From the ?w York Hun, November 2.
Judge Alien has granted an absolute divorce to
Annie a. Lent from ber husband, Fletcher Lent.
This was the state of allairs described in the wife's
testimony j
Q.?"This marriage took place when you were off
on a ride, did It not?"
A.?"Tea, sir."
?J.?"Y'i>u stopped Into a clergyman's house at
CToton Falls and were married?''
A.?"Yes, sir."
y.?"Alter your marriage your husband took
you to your father's house and went his own way?" j
A.?"Yes, sir.''
Lent never returned to claim his bride.
Tke Planet* In Kevsaihen
From the Providence Journal. October "JS.
The planetary record (or November Is full of
Interest. Venus, arrayed In glorious garments
adorns tne morning sky. Saturn hovers near the ,
beautiful cluster Praesepe, and Is visible nearly
all night long. Jupiter, having been Invisible for |
nearly tbe whole month, shines near the sun as '
morning star at Its close. Mars beams with ruddy
light in the early hours of tbe morning. Neptune 1
precedes the other giant planets by com- I
lng into opposition with the sun, and is
In tine position for the telescope. The
charming Indian summer that comes in Novem
ber, when trees are bare and birds have flown,
lends an atmosphere of repose and serenity to the
starry' glory or the heavens at night as well as to
the aspect or the heavens by d.iy, where reigns
and rules tbe all-powerful sun. On or about No
vember 14 a number or meteors may be seen, ra
dlatlug tiom a point In the constellation Leo. and
lor this reason called Leonids. Their presence In
tbe sky Is as easily accounted for as the move
ments of the planets, lhey belong to an im
mense ellipse or meteor zone, one extremity testing
ou the earth's orou and th<- ot her stretculng out be
yond the orbit ot Uranus. The meteor
zone consists of a swarm of par
ticles following Tempers comet in Its orbtt and
making a revolution In about thirty-three years.
The uieteoroiJsare not equally distributed through
the orbit, the thickest portion extending aloug
one-tute^ath or the orbit. Tbe earth plunges
through the zone about November 14. Tbe me
teors encountered are set on tire by the concus
sion and descend in showers through the earth's
atmosphere, in ordinary years, like the present,
the display Is small, but a lew may always be
s'*-n. when the earth m els, once in talrty-three
years, the thickest part or the swarm, a grand
display takes puce. The heavens stvmto Deon
tire, and hundreds of meteors tall from the skies
every nilnute. The last great shower occurred lu
i ?>!r. It is well to be ou tbe watch lor these
little bodies, for an unusually large shower of
Leonids may occur wheu least expected.
Canada and Maine.
Fr m the Montreal Witness, October 31.
"They are very fresh" is what those who use
slang are saying of those Canadian newspapers
who are calling upon the United States to subs!.
Itte the short line of tbe Canadian Pacific which
runs through the State of Maine, or cede the north
ern ball of the State to Canada. If tbe Canadians
wanted anything for "developing" the state by
means ot the rullway they would have done well
to bargain (or it before building the railway.
Americans would probably consent to baving tue
aboieor the rnltea states annexed to Canada If
Canada would separate from (.rent Britain, but
luey would not give up one foot or territory, how.
?ver low or valueless, on any other terms.
Deteftlven Kent to Siberia.
Mi vow DupalrU to Keu'er's Loudon Agency.
hleven officers of the Moscow detective force
have just been sentenced, Are or them to deporta- 1
Clou to Siberia an 1 al\ to Imprisonment ror various
periods tor conniving at the crimes or notorious j
robbers and other offenders against the law. 1
Among the condemned are Col. Mourvalell, former '
fhlel of the lucal detective department, and Major \
Nicoioa, his assistant. In tue Inquiry into the ?
aSalrtheproofsorgu.it adduced against theac-l
cusod were tew, but the Severe sentences pro- |
nounced oa them were inflicted by command of
the czar In his Quality of supreme lud;f?* or the em
pire. The officers wen' denounced b> a well-known
tnier nau.ed sokoloy, who wrote a private leiier to
Ihe czar himself.
A "Plncher" of lVomrn.
ruB vTsTxamra assailant whom the Detroit
POLICE WAST TO CAHCKt
A special to the N. Y. World from Detroit, Nor.
I, says: A woman living oocroghan street com.
plained to the police to-day that while going to a
druggists for some medicine late at night a man
lumped out of an alley and caught hold of ber.
She scr\mied, but the lellow drowned her cries by
holding his hand over her mouth. Ho then pinched
her arms an 1 one r parts or her b >dy. After m.ik
Ing two or inr ?" black and b.ue s.iuu with his tin
ier* he suddenly threw her from him and d.irted
jtf v.lih a lau/h. which the woman declared
sounded " like the scrct'h of a.l evil spirit." The
" pinchcr' was describe l as a young man wearing
l gray suit ot Cioihes. He was of dark complexion
iind his race was covered with a st ubbv beard.
'1 he residents of tuls vicinity are lull or the ex
ploits ot the "plncher." 1 b"y Say he has assaulted
no less than a dozen women who have ventured
>ut ou the streets during the past week. He has
thus thrown tue neighborhood into a state of ter
ror. The men are up lu arms, and talk of giving
the fellow a taste or 1> ncn law if ibey catch him.
1 he police are inclined toconsider the terrorizer us
i creaiun* or imagination. There seemsto besunie
pxiunds tor tne rumors that are afloat, however,
out the women who have suffered from tne strong :
1 tigers ot the ?? plncher' are slow about admit- ;
ling It. _
The Fraud* In Vienna.
Vienna Disiatch to the Loudon Daily News.
An Englishman some days ago presented checks
tmountlng to X.VUOO drawn on a French bank to
the credit Anstalt, where he has had small de
posits during the last twe.ve months. The credit
Anstait refused to pay the sum immediately, and
telegraphed to Paris ror Information. An answer
came that the man was a swindler, and was to be i
Immediately arrested. It wa? found, however.that
he had left Vienna tbe same day, baving dismissed ,
bis servants, and some days previously sold his
lurnlture, carriages and horses. A Hungarian
woman named Meiz, with whom he bad been liv.
lng, left Vienna w.th a young i hlld a week ago.
She has beeu traced to a small village near Graz,
and ou being arrestisi a i.uio in cash and valuable
Jewelry were found In her possession.
Their fatal Cacapade.
A TMKIBLE ACCIDKMT KkVEALS THE D1SUEACB OF
rOf? WSIX-KNOWN rEOrLE.
A telegram to the New York .Sun from St. Joseph,
Mo.. Nov. 1, says: On last Sunday mornlug two i
couples arrived at the I rdon depot on the train
from Atchison, one of the men went to a livery
stable and procured a double rig, while tbe other :
one remained with the ladles In the depot walling '
room. Wbcu the carriage arrived all or them got ;
In and drove off at a rapid rate. They drove over '
on tue east side or town and started down Charles
Street. At sill and i bancs street, the horses b?v |
came frightened and ran at fuil speed, aud one of |
the bor^a-s shied, knocking the curl.ige against a
lamp post and thiowiug out all the occupants.
It was lin;>on.slble to ie^rti tue names ol all
or the persons, as they n tuvd to give tbein.
One or the Women, named Watson, had
ber bead badly injured and six teeth were
knocked ouu Th? other woman, who gave her
came as Minnie, but would s*y nuthlug more, had
six ribs broken and was otherwise una. One ot
tbe men. who s od his h imewas 11 .skins, was
thrown head.ong against i io lamp-post, breaking
bis Jaw and in ishmg his HW, The other Wan was
but slightly woui.detL He refused to Nlve any or
their nattcs, saying that I hey were ail weilknown
In AtcLlson, and II tiie tacts occame noixed about
It Would ruin them. The people were all well
dresse<L Thus the affair w as w rapped in mysterj.
Y enter Jay afternoon one of the wuincn dleit, but
beiore death she anfced tor a minister and made a
roiiictsion. giving ber name as Mrs. Mlntiie Morri
son. Then i -me news from Atchison which showed
tuat tue tour t?r*ms were Will, van Doran, cash
ier tor Howell A Jeweit, lumber d taiers; O. A. I
Dascomb, traveling salesman tor the same firm;
Mra. Minnie Morrison, wiro or W. n. Morr.son, a
(ruit dealer, and Miss Ida Leapscu, uaui;hler or J.
J. Leapsou, a tailor. Mrs. Morrinon ls tne one who
died. Miss Irspson wilt recover, but her lace wUl
be badly disfigured.
jmonEJcr on a TtcErr.?Louis Cahn
brought suit ag ilist Aivlu Kruseier, In tbe United
States circuit court at kanaaa city some lime
ago lor f^T,ouu Plaintiff claimed tuat a lottery
ticket naa owned by them lu common; that tke
Ucket drew a prize, which was cashed by Kraseicr,
who refused to pay over the half to which plain
tiff was entitled. The caw; went to the jury Tues
day. and aiwr half aa hours absence ft verdict
was returned giving plaintiff judgment for 137,000,
mm Interest uxiin JtlT.
AUCTION SALES.
WlEU k CO., Auctioneer*.
" 037 Louisiana are..
Opposite City Port OAc*.
GREAT SAL* OF TOW AHD STYLISH
CLOAJM, COAT1, VISITES, JACXETS, NEWJCAR
SETS. CIRCULARS, ETC., FOB LADIES, KISSES
AND CHILLDHEN. STOCK Of A DEALER CHANG
ISO BUSINESS; FIBST-CLAB8 DESIRABLE AND
SEASONABLE GOODS. IX ALL UPWARDS OF S00
PUCES.
AT AUCTION WITHOUT LIMIT. TO DEALERS
AND PRIVATE BUYEBS, WITHIN OUB AUCTION
BOOKS. MONDAY XOBCTHO, NOVEMBEB SIT.
ENTH. A* Til O'CLOCK. n3-3t
rjlHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
Ri-OULAR
AT MY
VKMBE
1KN OH.
8qJ?** of the finest workmanship
and finish; four Brst-claas ssoood-hund Parlor Suite*,
hue lot of Office Furniture. walnut aud painted charn
! J"r i_un"*Sf*-i?sjte and separate pieces. Hair Mat
'resea, marble-top Tables, fancy Chain ami Lounges,
dining-room FvnRura, am and wood-seat ChsIrS,
HraMkd^uidJncnU Carpota, Cooking and Heating
_ _ . AtTWELVlfcl'CLOCK.
Homa^Carrlgfw, Buggies. Wagons, Harness, *c.n3-2
rpHOMAS DOWLING. AuctteosarT~
CATALOGUE SALE
STANDARD A2n>? MISCELLANEOUS
books
I* EVERY DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE
?* iftgjiifiif * ,tr- "d
Also. FMltU* Plat Book of the city of Washington, in
ovi ?. "ouSltion.
Schoolcraft's Ifcdiaus. an etogant and perfect copy.
_ , PtTBIJO AUCTION.
At my Book Salesrooms, Elsvsoth street and Pennsrl
vsuia avenue, c mmencing
And Following Eveninjrs.
Parties unable to attend the 3*1# can hart their or
ders executed by the Auctioneer. ir or
THOMAS DOWLING, Auct
AN AUCTION SALE OF GOVERNMENT HORSE&
I*"*? h?"ae will be sold to the highest bidder at
ins United States senate stables, corner Delaware ave
pye jiud C Htreet northeas , on 8ATURDAV thf*
Kg? OF WTOUlK AT1TW^FdtikS?!
NOON. W. P. CANADA\, Serjeant-at-Arms, U. 8.
ntf-3t
fpHOMAS E. WAOOAMAN, Auctioneer.
TRCSTEES* SALE OP LOT, IMPROVED OS THE
REAR THEREOF BY TWO FRAME HOUSES
U> virtue of sd ed of trust, duly rsco ded
& 69'.?1t lh* ,J",J K*i-<>rds of the?
District of Ooluinbia^ud at the request of the party Kil
thereby sec urea, we will ssU at public eu-tlomiu frTS
proni^es, on sATt RDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH
at FOUR O'CLOCK P. 11. lot 5 In R M. Hall"
i 7 ',*? "f "*r Put ln Lilxr W. F. a,
Si'i" im'iM i i"" ! *?f tu? aurveyor's office of
said District, lmpioved by two two-story frame
houses on the rear of said lot
One-third CMhj balance ln three equal in
stallmeiitsln aix.twrlve and eighteen mouth?.for which
notes of purchaser, bearing interest from dsy of sale
and secured by deed ol trust on property sold, will be
^ si !inr aiiie?f ' at ot pnrchaaer. A deposit
wlf ^ J* re<lS'red at time of ssle, and all cou
veyauctogand recording at purchaser's cost Terms
S<?,uil'U*d T\th "> ???lve days from sale, or ppSp- j
erty will be resold st risk aud cost of defaulting pu? 1
chaser. TUotL E. WAOOAMAN,! ~
? JOHN W. PILLING, > Trustee*.
THOS. E. WAOOAMAN, Auct. n:i-dAds
rjlHOMAS E. WAOOAMAN.RsalEstate A^tj^jr
tMAXCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL E8TATE
ON MARYLAND AVENUE, BETWEEN FoUR
AND-A-HALF AND SIXTH STREETS 80UTH
theTr>*i"^ ^ SupremeCourt of
No,
. nui. . "/.T-T,"' "" "uprrme uourt or
Uie premises, on FRIDAY, THE TWENTY-EIOH i H
MSPT^oV lot^mnbenS
by a dwelliiur-house aud a lsive brick steble.
Terms of ssle; Oue-thlrd (Slussh, snd the balance
wtFh ^^?Vi.UfnT J1*? twelye-and eighteen months,
? u??!2?y ?1 ? he Payment thereof to
be secured by the promissory notes ot the purchaser
?T3"*t?m,nJ or, ?" tii0 Purchase mone/cin beTlid
caah on day of sale or ou ratlfloatlon of sale bv the
court. A _uen rsssrved on the property for purchase
money and interest. No dsed given until |>urchuse
2L ??L5 ifntere,t ^ A of t~'00 will be
required when property Is knot-keddown. All convey.
Jiuie',i"*r . terms be not compiled
i T *?? oa/? alter sals ths property will be re
sold at risk and cost of default!ijg purchaser
8. S. HEN RLE, Trustee,
THOS. E. WAOOAMAN1^0^rLou1^^
,?!!ZRLAlBOTI SAL? 18 POSTPONED ON AC
count?f 'ncl'mencTof ltiewestlier uutil WEDNEH.
?AV . SliCuND DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D.
1 f*? hour and place.
oV8-dAda 8^ 8. HENKLE. Trustee.
1" THE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER Port.
MONDAY, tba SEVENTH DAY OFNO
?'?*U?e suae hour aud plat e, bycon
- ? ?' i. '.. ? ? . Trustee.
1>uomas nKSS AM?wm |
YAl : ^
AUCTION.
ePvwJt?!?%&!- AFTERNOON.
SEVENTH, 188,. at F<)UK U'CLOCn. its rrout of
the premises, I Hhsll sell all of Oriirtnal Lot 2V in
A"' f*"*jW.lnchas on the south
* d?Fth 75 feet on the west side of
^4th street, (mng the southwest corner of ^4th and K
N^'llVrt0r^]l^LS,p^<v?1 by lwo fr,,"e dw'
S11 **"' ?J40:4' *hich rent for ?33 i?r month.
?'^WWe^J!'if,Ci?fi ruc,,|^J1!tf *' 1'urchsser's cost.
1!.. ^ wlU ?*" required at the time of ssle.
Trrmsmsde known at sale.
o31-dAda THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.
f|tHOMA8 DOWLING, Auctioneer. *
erty: Two lots a<'x?0 esch onthe wchi..!..
street, and two lots on no?^ rtde of ?\ steeet
These low adjoin the corn- r of 30th ?u" n itp^u .u i
m?5!'.*'iXf*>^tnuit, 10 ??-?<?"? flue buildiiuc'sTtes
or tor profitable investment. Tsrms m*do kuoVu at
a diiSETS'ZSi'Sfii'hf at Purchaser's m?t;
a deposit of^SOwOl be required ouei^ h lot st the t me
o:ii-dAds
rpHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
TKCSTEES' BALE OF FORREST HALT, nsrn
OWNED vfc'if'FTr? |NlVnU FuKMLItLV
FOU A BL^1NE88 ^V^E8TMeVt Ti^I,ONI V
STORE IN THIS DISTRICT THAT H VSA ?PK
t'lALPKESCRIPlION DEPARTMENT
li? T ?*>fttStU,i de*d ?' Artist recorded in
-I s sstssrti
Irln 1 11 ther^bj.the undernimird truitteea
I)i^the ^LEVENTh''dA<y' OF &OVEMBER. a'V/
1887. at HaLF-1'AHT F0UR0":lTk P M ^1 the
",d 1^'^d o?
?i<n ttireet. lieonretowu, b. C., coceUt tug of *11 ttnrk
fistuM, sode fouuUln. fount .in cyliudfii. iS
tA-r, hafe, medicine*, drug's, lornmltt, pre^ ni'tion filM*
S??xlure*? other 1 urnit urc or stock
whatever contained in ??ikid ? tor am &?
specified ip Schedule A attached to said dred. *
of sale: One*half cash, balance in notes at six
twelve, and eighteen moutha? bearing int rest and mi'
SLTo'fS]?*jliunl to ** "??faA"onoi
K purchase's
rpUuMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
nmi1 n^Vhe oVsijuc f line*A008TI A
* d??d of trust troin Anna L HhawAA
and Granville C Shaw, her hu-Und. dat^^ .hTfitt
;>ih.w jri?A?#5,e,ll^?pA 1HH'2 duly M^ordJid^L
on the 11th day uf Beotember. 18H2 in hw v?
{p?S'?t?s'&s
aS~!E^^fflr35Jiar5S
on the premises on the TWELFTH DAYrvv
EMB ElC 1887 AT THREE OCL^P M..t Uho^
Bleeps or parcels of land sltuste, lying and lx ini in thJ
DuUtet ol ColumUa csUed ??Coi?lu"oi. or f*rt of
Ktylevs purchase" on ths B. nnlngs Hoad Just >TJ?t
the District llus, adjoining the lsudfof C a
and Charlea C. Duucanim. Wim^,?Henion^d?
Slater, coutaluing :?0 acres, mors or lese
Terms of sale: One-third of the t urviissn.rn?,n??. in
cs.h. aud the balance thereof ln two egnsMusUlmeutS
st six and twslve mouths from day of sale with ii!w
est from day ot aala. se? ur?d by a de?Il ol tii.^fif
ths pro)?rty nU; or all cs?b at ths^uou t^ths mir
chssvr or purchasers. A dspusit of A100 will il
of ihe purehaaer or j>urehasen. st the time the JK?
All conreysucingand recording st th? :
purchaser or pu? hsscrs. SftJU'teSi^Pg*
not complied with withiu ten days of the atie UtenSI
oersigued trustees reserve the nght to rallnSJhJiJS
erty st the risk and cost of the^TsuUlnTo^hlir o;
?"??E"?sr car?^
o31-dtd R. u. Trustees.
rjpHQMAS DOWLINO. Auctioneer.
MO I) V Ve 1\ E 1 *0RTHWEST|
RES1DENCET 1HREE-STORY BitlCA
c'Jh*. District of Columbia. ?'rrms^rt^fi^T ^
snd on the west iu>* of ??t.| Tot 40 fiJ ?I.Ik
ErHESrr^-issa^rjsEE
S.'.K.SiAV'""'' b"~ "L-t?85
sSHs^^sveSKiirLS!
oV ?n5 at l."tPlntereit fr!fm u,oT;
tfE
AUCTION SALES.
THIk AITEBSO**.
fJIHOS.
E. WAOOAMAN, :
-larSTEK-R SALE OF YALUABLB OQEWEB LOT,
IMPHOVKD Bf TWO UtAMg ?OPjMk ON1
i-OUTHEAST CORNtR OFTWEWTY-SIXTH
AND >' STREETS N.W,
Br virtue of titer? of the
the District of Col urn Mi
10?ll.doek*t27. I Willi
(runt of the rremis**, on THURSDAY. NOVKMBEIi 8.
next, at FOUR o'lLoCK P. M.. part of lot 11. in
square '20. befrinnlnir for tit* ? me at the northweat
o 1 rr.er of aid square and running thence rut on the
line of F street 34 feet 0 lac tie*, thence eoQtb 75 feet
to the mr I1M of Mid lot 11. thence nit 34 feet 0
Incite* to the line bf Twenty sixth street wot. and
the ice north iK tur aaid line 7o feet to UM place of be
ginniug, Improved by two frame hpoeee.
Term* of aale aa preacrlbod by lha decree: All
cash. of which tlOO shall be paid at time of Mia. and
the balance on the final ratification of aaid Mia. All
conveyancing and recording to be at porchaaer's ooet.
Terma to be complied within 10 dan from aala.
IRVINU WILLIAMSON. Trwstae,
THOft T. WAOOAMAK. Aoct ***
"?) EREMPTORY SAL* OF FRAME HOUSE A5D
SOU i HEAS1.
On ihi;b?da? afternoon, November^
THIRD. 1887. at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., we willgf
?ell In front of the premiaee part of Lota 41 andKl
48. Square (H4. being the euaih 5 feat front of lot 41
and the north 10 feat front of lot 43 by the depth
thereof. Improved by Frame Honaa Ma 23o 10th
etreet southeast.
Terma: Oue-half caah, balance in one year; note to
bear ti per cent interest front day of aala, payable semi
annually, and to be aecured by deed of tnut on prem
ise*: oral caah. at option oi purchaser. A deposit of
? 100 required at aala: terma to be compiled within
ten day^ other* lae right reserved to resell the prop
erty at lha riak and coat of tba defaulting purchaeer
after Bve days' public notice of ?nch resale in some
newapaper |>ubliahed in Wanhlnyton, D. C. Convey
anemg. he., at purchaser's cost.
o'JS-d DUN CAN SON BROS, Aocta.
THIS EVEJTIW.
w
ALTER B. WILLIAMS k CO, Auctioneer*.
SPECIAL SALE.
CATALOGUE
MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION
ITALIAN MAr?$.K SCULPTORS,
Consisting of
STATU ABY, GROUPS. VASES,
COLUMNS, PEDESTALS.
MOSAICS, REcEIvkBS, Etc..
Suitable for adorniutr
Churches, Parlors. Halla, Llbrarlaa, Ac.
Sale will commence
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER FIR8T, 1887,
AT TEN A. M AND HALF-PAST 8EVKN P. M,
At oar Salesrooms.
Corner 10th stfeet and Pennsylvania avenue,
And continue during the week.
The collection will ba on exhibition Monday After- j
noon, pravioua to sals. Lovers of fine art, the public,
and the ladies, are especially invited to attend the aala
and examine this irray of sculpture.
o31-5t WALTKtt B. WILLIAMS * CO.. A acta.
D
UXC AN SON BROS., Auctioneers.
By virtue of in order of the Supreme Court of
U"i passed October 28th,
D. 1887, in Equity Can** No. 104:15, and by virtueSal
of the laat will of John R. Condon. lata of the said !n*
trict, deceased, recorded in the offlce of the Register of I
Wills of the aald District, in Will Book nU/24, folio I
60, we will offer for sale, at public auction, in front of
the respective Premise*, the following-described real
!! ?*..'i1 "if c"r?f Washington. District
of ^Columbia), at tha time* here In alter specified, to I
On WEDNESDAY, THE NINTH DAT OF NOVEM
BER AD., 188at FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., sub lota
t!,S,itJr ,1.x (-6)' '"Tn'V-aeven CJ7), twenty-eight (28)
and twenty-nine (2W? in square number 52?, improved
by two three-story pressed-brick houses. No* 743 and
? 4o 4th street northwest; and on the same day at
4:JQ igclvck p.maub lot thirty <30), in aqua re num
ber improved by a three.story brickbulldiog. at
tha southeast corner of 4th and H streeU northweat.
mrdH.SS THtB DAY, THE TENTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER, A.D. 1SH7, at FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the I
west fifteen (15) feet of sub lot five (a), by tbe depth
thereof, in aquare number 328. improved by a two
atorv brick dwelliuir No. 311 H street northwest- and 1
on the same day, at 4:13 o clock p.m., all of sub lot aix
in aquare number 328, improved by a (uur-atory brick
wtJ'inif and stable. No. 313 H street not th west; and I
fS, . day at 4:45 o'clock p.m., parts of lota nine
(?) and ten (10), in square south oi aquare 5tt2, hav
tnir a fr .nt on Massachusetts avenue and H atreet
north of 15 feet, that is to sayten (10) feet on the
western side of lot nina (?) and five (5) feat on the
eaa'ern side of ot ten (10) and running parallel with
the line of division between lout nine (it) and ten (10)
from Maasacuusetts avenue to H st.eet north, iui
Sroved by a three-story frame dwelling. No. 229
'aasachusetts avenue northweat.
And on FRIDAY, the ELEVEN 1H DAY OF NO VEM
BElt, A D. IMS,, at rOURi/CLOCK P.M., sub lot "B,"
pi John it.tyondon's subdl vision of lot twenty-nine (20).
In aquare nmubr; 5?4, improv.-d by a irame house, m I
Ball's a ley And ou the same day at 4:10 o'clock p.m.. 1
sub lot C, , iu lut-DkinAd subdivision nud ?qu^re im
proved by a frama houn. iu Ball's alley. And on the I
sameday at 4 20 o'clock p.m. sub lot 'D," in laat-named 1
aubdivtaion and square, improved by a frame house,
in Ball a a.ly. And on tbe same day at 4 45 o'clock p.
m" iu') Jot. 'IdO) one hundr d and forty, in aquara
nnmter 623, liuprove.1 b> a three-atory br*k dwelling.
N,?. 4^ I atreet northweat And on the same day at o
o'clock p.in, aub lot "B." in aquarv number 62X im
proved by a three-story and baaeuwnt dmlilug. No 76
1 atreet northwest. *'
?AHi,?n SATURDAY, the TWELFTH DAY OF
NOVEM BER. AT Foci O'CLOCK P. M. part of aub
lotone (li'ln aquare number 9."?2, described aa fol
lowa; Be?rtunlng tor the same, 8 3?eet, 6 lnchsa west,
fnim the southeast corner of said squsre and rtinnliiv
thence w?*t and front!n?f on M street 17 feet; thence
north 7o feet 0 lucliea; thence eaat 17 feet, and thano*
south . 0 leet, tl iuchea, to beirinuing, improved by
three-story brl k dweUlng. No. U14 k street aouth
eaat. And on the same day at 4:15 o'clock p.m. part of
sub lot two (2), in square number 952. described aa
follows: Beginning tor the same, at the aouth astarn
corner and thence running weat along tha liua of
south M atraet, 23 feat V 1'ichea thence north 7"
,1etj.,ilJru.c" eVJ 'iA M i"** 10 tb* aaatem 'line
of uid lot, aiid tnence noutb to the- plare of beirinuimr.
\i'{iTim"} y.atwV:#toI7 attic brick house No!
? eouthee*?t Aiid ou tlie miiue diy at 4 *45 I
oclock p.iii. i'art of sub lot out* (1), iu square u umber
deeenbed as loliows; H<?KluuiiiK for tbe same at
the southwest corner of ?*id lot, aud runuiu* thence I
esstaloiur the liue of & strevt, ^4 fe#?t, 3 inches
thence north 63 foet, 6 inches, thence west 5?4 feet
3 im hea, aud theuce south to place of beff.unimr im
atr?it*!"ouMif*i*u"lorr brtck dwslling/No. lOltt K
."i ff1*j* V*11 0,8 Place* of property: One
third ?.S> of the purchase money in caah; one-tliird .W)
in one year, and one-third ('?) in two years from tha
day of aale, or all caali, at the option of the purchaser
or purchasers. D ferred payments to be secured by
deed of trust ii|Hjn the real estate sold, aud to draw
lailwi* VnX per lTn,um |,er ?*n"um- One hundred
(4104)' dollars wnl oe required ot the purchaser or
purchasers ou each of a.id t>ieces or parcels of ground
sold at the time of the saleot the saui'>. and if the pur
chaser or purchasers shall fail to comply with the I
! Hi?. witnln ten days alter said sale, the uudrr
:i^^.r,t.r.Te tbe lo riaell at the risk and coat of
the defaulting purchaser. All couveyanclng and re
i cording xt the purchaser's cost.
WILLIAM A GRAY,
1015 New York ave..
JOHN McDERMOTT,
,310 Penn. ave. u w?
? ,, Executors and Trusteea under the last
o29-<l to nol 2 W ill of John R. Contlon, deceased.
ClHANCERY HALE OK~l HAT^ALUaIjuTloT
/AN1> FIRE-PROOF UUILDI.NO ON THE NORTH.
EA8IOORNB- OF EiGuTH AND Q STREETS
NORTH?EST, NOW OCCUPIED BY THE
UNITED STAGES AS THE BUREAU OF EDU
By Virtue of adecroe of the Supreme Court of the.
Wi'rt.01?! Uolumbla. passed In I^ui y Cause No.f
lO.iOH. Docket 26, wheicin Daniel Pratt Wright rk
couiplalnaut and Emma C. Wriirht etal. ar delendaiua.
v tm*L'kk" Allf,V?u^AY: H", TENTH DAY OF .set
\ EM bER. A. D. 18S7. at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. offer
for sale at auction in trout of the premises, pari of lot
numbered three <J> In suiure numbered f ur hundred
and twenty-nine (420). in the city of Washington, D,
I beguiling for the ssmeat the southwest corner oi
lot and runiilng thence east, along O street north,
aeventy feet; tin nee north thirty-nine and twent,
hundirdths (.19.20) feet to the center of a party wall
theuce weal aev. nty feet, and thence ?onth along Eighth
street *e*t thirty-nine and twenty hundred tha (39.20)
f,et to ihe place oi begjumug, in,prov d by a lour- I
story and basement brick fire proof luilding. now oc
cupnxl by the tinted Sta.es a* tbe Bureau ot rjiucatioo. !
Terms of a^le?Oua-foorth of tbe purchase money in
caah:*ud the residue in three equal iiistalmenta at re
al ecUvcly one, two aud three year* from the day of
sale, with interest at (J per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annually. Ihe deferred pay men i* to be secured
by tne purchaser's notes and a deed of tru t on the
property; or all the purchase money can be paid in caah.
JUW|*att of #500 will be required ? the Ut^Jf
coat! collTermnc'n,r >Qd recording at tha purchaaer's
not compUed with within
rilt f Ie ih#J?ro>,t*ty *>? reaold at the
risk ana cost of the defaulting purchaser
REUINALD F1NDAI.L, Trnstee.
T _ tonuer 4m at. and La. ave.
nn . WALTER & WILLIAMS k CO..
Auctioneers.
XHOMAS E. WAOOAMAN, Real Estate Auctioneer.
?F VALUABLE IMPROVED AND I
lNIMFRO>KD ItkAL ?8TA'1? ON TWENTY
WEs'r bl REETs NORTH
iSLifaSSf Jf1 yjF"* aul' recorded in^
LiberNo 1047, folio 121 et seq . of tbe Land#*!
Itecorda of the District of colcmbia, and at the re-EH*
quest of the party thereby secured, default having been
made in the payment of ihe notes therein deacribsd.
** .'liLr. u auction, in from of the premises,
FMmmifA November 'ienth n'ext. al
FOUR p cLOc K P. M., part of Lot 4, In aquara 99,
N?*jP?nil"h,re avenue ^1 feet from the
corner of 1 wenty-ttrnt street and said avenue, aud
running thence aoutherly alomr aaid avenue 21 feet,
ti^h^f thJSSL Twenty-first street 37 feet -J
In. hrs, thence essi 11, feet, tbeiicc north 6 f?et 2
Inches, and thence westerly, in a straight line, to tba
hf/?iinUl{rniit'PfOVT^ ln l>""t by atwo-story brick
Unaeof safi Property win be exhibited at the
Tsrrna^ One-third cash, of which |100 will be re
quired at tlnift i , sale; balance lu three equal Install
menta,inaix, twelve, and ? ighteeu months^ tor which
^r' ^."n"* intereat from day of aa e.
i? K**? ?r,ut ou proper.y sold, will be
0,'M?n Of pure lis ser: all convey
anclug and recording will be at pnrcliaaer's cost; tertus
to be complied With iu twelve days trout time of sale
or property will be resold ut .isk and coat of default
ing purchaser after seven days' advertisement.
JHOS. E. WAOOAMAK,
0HN W. PILUNO,
THQ9. E. WAOOAMAN. Aqct. ""^31
TJUNCANSON BROS* Auctioneer*.
1RU'STEE'8 RALE UNDER DECREE OF COURT OF
RRlC'K DWELL
K)?T,?fPIToL STREET, BETWEEN
KECOliD AND TH1KD STREETS EAHT AND
^OAM?" "STRAIN THE8AME
By virtue of a decree
Court of the District o
Cause o. 429L Phosnlx
? -?1 ?? _i'nb.ic
subdivision of square nutttl.ml i.inrbandied and
i ? i'? ?)? in tne Oitjr of Washiugton? ft C- as tbe I
saine is of record in the office ot the surrsror off
District of Columbia. These lots are imnroved
reulyd**lr*bU ISSTi 1
?"Hi" "J1 raab. at the option ot the p jrchaeer.
All Uxes and aaeeaemeate due ar
eluding ail amouuta uaceeeary to 1
sold troin any tax aale tkarsnf w
tbe pureuaae mooer iTsSwlV
dcncanso?
AucUoneen.
AUCTION SALES.
^SOMAS DOWLINO, Auctiouesr.
._ TURKISH CARPET U(D
MOO ANY^TABliS?HAM3SOM ?BOCKINO AMU
W'CKROHAtBg, SMALL BOOKCASE,
CHAMBER BETS, MATTlUaSML _ W I O
BEDDING.
_ FOU&TH.
at residence,
nllinvaitsr
1TO7. OCTameoclag AT TE1/ O'CLOCK.
S0.1M? la'Jj etreet northwest, I shall
eaUwtlMiof Household Goods.
Doctbvwt. ?l-3t
w
ft CO., Auctioneers,
037 Louisiana avenue,
Oppoeite City Poet-offlcs.
vjsis?^ p
nl-dts
-yy ALTER Bl WILLIAMS * CO.. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S RALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE ON FIRST STREET, BETWEEN
L AND X STREETS NORTHWEST
* deed of trust, dated April
1880. and duly recorded in liber So. 1178. foho^H
380. etM, onaof the land tec rda (or tfas Dls-Kt
triot of Columbia, and at tba nqtml of ths party ee
" ifpoDt of ths
KTH. 1887.
, _ _ M., ths following
real estate, in tha city of Washington. In said District,
to wit: Lots R and S. In Sioau et al? Commissioners,
subdivision of part of lot No. 12. in square No. 820;
also the south 20 (est fronting said lat street, by equal
width, the depth of 100 lest along Pierce street of said
lot 12, in said square No. 020. Said lot B is Improved
by a thrss-ator v brick house: said lot S la iaaprovsd by
a large irame dwelling, and said part of lot 12, on cor
ner of 1st and Plercs streets, la improved by a sma.l
ffiiiiis to bt sold Mlttnt^lV
Terms of aais: One-third cash, of which 9100 on
each piece of property must be paid at tiuie of sale;
balance in one ana two years. In equal payments. to be
| secured by purchaser's nut* a bearing Interest from dar
of sal a, payable ssml annually, and adsed of trtiat on
each property sold (or all cash at option of purchaser.)
i Terms of sals to be compiled with in six days from
day of sale, else trustee issei tis the right to resell at
risk and coat oi purchaser In default, after five days'
advertisement in some newaiaper published In aald
city. WILLIAM r. HOLTZMAN. Trustee,
n2-2t 13?Jl F street northwest.
?\7AI.UABI.K BUILDING LOT Oif TWENTY-8EC
T 0ND STREET WEsT, NEAR THE CORNER OF
r BTBEET NORTH.
On 1RIDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER FOUR.
AT FIVE O'CLOCK, we will sell, In front of the prem
ises, all of
ORIGINAL LOT 10, IN SQUARE 8L
Being on the east side of wset22d sireet 66 feetaMk
lOluches, a uth of north F etreet. having a front W?F
of 61 feetl Inch, and a depth ol 140 feet 9 lncbea. 1
Terms: One-third oaah. balance In one and two yeai-s,
note* to bear six per cent Interact, payable esiui-ac
nually, and to be secured by deed ol trust on premises,
or all caah at option of purchaser. Oinveysnclng.
ato>?t of ptirchaeer. A depoalt of 8100 required at
time of sale. Terms to be complied with in tsu duyt,
otherwise resale at risk and coat of defaulting pur
chaser - fter Ave days' public notice of such resale In
eome newspaper published in Washington, D.C. Ab
? tract shown at saia.
o2S-d*ds DUNCANSON BROS., Auots.
fJIHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
CHANCF.RT SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
PROPERTY IS SOL Til WAmHiNGTON, IN
bOUARE 541, BETWEEN THIRD AMD FOUR
AND-A HALF STREK1S WEST, AND "H" AND
" 1" H1 BEETS SOUTH
By virtue uf a decree of the Supreme Courti
of the District of Columbia, passed in the caiixe t
of Miller et ? 1, vs. Miller etaL Eq. No. 10796.
Docket 27, the undersigned trustees will sell at public
auctiundii front of thepremises,ou WEDNESDAY. 1 HE
MNTHDAY Of NOVEMBER, A D.. 1887. AT HALF
PAST THREE O'CLOCK. P.M.. the following de
scribed real estate, situated in the city of Washington.
District of t olunibia. and known and described a*
follows, to wit: Lots numbered five (5); ten (10).
eleven (11). twenty-six (26) and twenty-eight (28) in
square numbered Five Hundred snd Forty-one (641);
lot 5 having a frontage of 49 feet 5 inches on South
" I" street, and running back to a 30-foot alley, lota
10 and 11 being on the corner of Four-and-a-half
street west, snd said south I at., aud lota 26 aud 28
having each a tront of 45 leet !t inches ou Third street
weat, and running back to a 25-foot aller.
Terms of aale aa preacrlbed by the decree: One
third of the purchase money in caah. and the balance
in one (1) and two (2) years, for which the notes of the
purchasers will be taken bearing interest at 6 per
cent, from the day of aale, secured by Deed of Trust
ui>on the property sold, or all cash at the option of the
purchaser or purchasers.
A de) oait of 1100 ou each lot will be required at the
time of aale. If the terma are not complied with In
ten daya. the 'l ruaieea reserve the right to resell at the
risk end coat of the defaulting purchaser. Taxes to be
paid to November X, 1887, all oonveyancing at pur
chaser's cost.
087-dfcde KJ^AjotRH-^lLLEB.) TrP,tee*
mRUSTEK'B BALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
X REAL EST AT r. ON NORTHWEST CORNER OF
MARYLAND AT. NUB AND TENTH STREETS
SOU 1H WEST, IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
ar vi tue of a <V ed of trust, dated April 30, A D
5,recordcd In Uber Mo 1120,Foiio 436,et saq.f
one of the laud raoorda or the District ol Columbia,!
aud at the written request o. the party secured the
br. 1 will eell at public aale in irout oi the i remises on
TUESDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A
D. 18S7. at BALF-PAST FuUR O'C O K P. M., all
that certain piece or parcel of land and premises
known and distinguished on the ground p an or plat
of the city oi Washing: on in the Listnctoi Columbia.
Sa lot lettered A, of William B. Todd'a aub-diviaion of
square numbered thr e hundred aud fltty-two (352),
together with all the improvements, ways, easemuuia,
"Venn a o f1aafsToue th 1 rd of ths rurchaae money in
caah. aud the balance th reof iu two equal instalments.
In six and twelve months from the day ? f aale, with in
terest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum,
to be secured by the notes of the purchaser or pur
chssers thereof and an approved deed of truat ou the
property sold; or all cash, at the option of tha pur
cliaaer or purchasera thereof. A depoalt of 8200 will
be required at time of aale from the purchaaer or Dur
I haaera ihereot. and all conveyauclug and recording
ahall be at bis or her or their expense. If the terma of
aale are not complied within ten (10) days from the day
of sale the trustee reserves the right to resell the prop
erty at the risk and coat of the delauitlug purchaaer or
purvhaaen, after at least five to) daya' advertisement.
SEYMOUR W. TULLUCK.
Surviving Trustee.
DUNCANSON BR08.. Aucts. o26_
TAUNCANSON BROS.. Auctiouecrs.
EXECUTORS'AND TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUA
BI.E IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, BEING
HOUSES NUMBERED 931 AND 935 FOURTH
STKEKl NORTHWEST.
Under and by virtue oi the powers snd suthor- -ml
lty in me vested by the last will and teatament of ?f:?T
Cnrlatian O. (iockeler, 1 snail offer for sale at pub-?Ul
lie suction in front of the premises, on MONDAi,
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A D. 1887. at
FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., the following described real
estate: Part ol lot turee (3) In square Ave hundred and
twenty-seven (527), beginnlug on the line
of 4th street weat e-rhty-two teet two in
ches tN2 fu 2 In.); fr a the northwest corner
of said square; run' ig thence eaat eighty
six (86) feet to an i V: thence north sixteen
feet six Inches (18 ft. t.); thence weat eighty-six
(8?) feet. t. 4th stree aid place of begunlug, iui
proved by a ail-room Irame residence. No. 931 4th
street northwest. And Immediately thereafter. 1 shall
offer for sale part of said Lot Three, iu said square live
hundred and twenty-seven (527), begin mug at a point
ou 4th street, forty-hins, seventeen-hundredth* t49
17-100) feet a. uth of the northwest corner of said
square; thence east eighty-aix (80) feet: thence north
Hi teen, forty-twu-hundred tha (l.">, 42-100) leet .tlieuce
west eighty-six (86) leet; thence south htteen, lorty
two-hundredths (15 42-100) feet to tue place oi begi li
ning. Improved by a three-atory brick residence, with
modern conveniences, being No. 935 4th street north
Terms of aUs one-third (,H) cash, the balance in equal
instalments In one aud two years, with interest pay
able aewl-annually fro u day of aale, secured by > e-d
of trust, or all c ? ?h st the optiou of pun-haaer A de
poalt of one hundred ((100) dollars on each lot will be
required at time of saie. ... ,
Terma to be complied with in ten (10) days or resale
at the risk and oo*t oi purehas-r a.ter ten (10) days'
notice. G OBOE J. OOCKELKR.
Ex<vutor and trustee under the 1 st will and leslsmsnt
of Christian (i. (iockeler. dec-aaed.
o24-dAds LEON TOBRINEB. Attorney.
SUNCANB0N BROS., Auctione
[7ST EE'S SALE OF BRICK HOUSE AND LOT. ON
FIFTH STREET. BETWEEN B STREET AND
_PUBLIC HytARE SOU IB EAST.
The undersignsd 'itustee by virtue ot a decree^
of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. J
passed the 19th day of October. 1887, In Equity!
cause No, 10631, Equity docket 27, will, ou SAILR
DAY THE FlFtH^DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. D?
1887, at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOt K 1'. M , In front
of the premises, offsr lor sale to the highest bidder,
ths south part of lot thirteen (13), In square No. eight
hundred and nineteen (819), beginning for ths same
on Sth Street east 16 feet 10 Inches from the northeast
corner of said lot, aud running theuce south with said
street 33 feet 8 Inches, more or less, to tbs south line
ot said lot; thence west with said south line 10.> feet 1
Inch to the rear line of said lot: thence north with said
rear line 33 leet 8 inches, more or less, to a point 16
feet 10 inches south from the northwest corner of said
lot, and thence esst 106 leet 1 inch to the beginning
on 5th street with the small br ck bouse thereon.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree: One-third
cash sad the residue in I and 2 years, with interest
from the day ol sale, secured to the satisfaction of the
Trustee ana on payment of the whole of the purchase
money, ana the final latification of the sue by tbs
court, the Trustee will convey the said premises to the
purchaser or purchasers, his or their heirs or ss?ign*.
A deposit of I'JOO will be required at the time of sale.
If the terms of sale are not compiled with in ten daya
after the sale, tbs premises may bn resold st the risk
and cost of tbs defaulting purcliaaer on ona week's
public notice. All couveyaucing and recording at the
purchasers 'oost. Wm. R. WOODWARD, Trustee,
o2 j-d Office 472 Eoulsisna eve.
wuw.inD i .111 iA[uur cause no. iu.aat.uwui
the undersigned will offer for sale on the premises ot
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER TENTH, 1887. AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M., part of lot ten (10) in square sight
hundred and forty-two (842.) beginning at ths uortb
eaet corner of ths said lot and running thence south
100 fset 4 inches, thsnce west 17 leet OH inches,
tbenoe north 100 test 4 inches, and thsnce east 17
feet 6H inches to ths placs ot beginning, snd improved
by a two-story bnck dwelling containing 7 rooms and
cellar with nio<len n improvementa.
Terma of aale: Caah. Taxes paid to June 30,188 <.
Conveyancing at the cost of purchaser. U the terms
of sals are not compiled with in ten days altar sale, the
property may be re-sold on Ave daya' notice at the risk
ana cost of the defaulting purchaaer, sa provided by
the decree of sals. A deposit of #100 will bs requlrtd
".?SKiStfS Mil
OWW iUMBle
By virtue of a deer e of the Supreme Court of
Jhe Dlstrli t of Colombia, paased tn Equity Cause,
ie. 10,636,1 will offer for sale at puullc auction.!
Terms: one-third cash; tbs balance in three equal
Installments, in six twelve^ and eighteen months from
ii^srA'^'r,'Jrar?a'i5W!?,bsa
of trust on property sold, will bs Uksn. or ths pur
atjSSSSSmfiSB a?S
" BIOMUND J. BIOCK. t^stsa,
DUSCANW* *B0?. Auctioneers.*" SlMTi
AUCTION SALES.
riTl BC DilH.
Tb? nndrrrlg-ued Tract"*, by vtrtn* of ? d?cree
of Uw Suprein* Court of lb* Diat rut of Coi-jtubi^l
(W'l th* V!Mh day of Oc'. ibfr. A. IX 1 MKT. tul
lay of < ...
Equity nne Na 10717. Equity docket '.'T, will ca
SATLTtDAT, THE TWELFTH DAJ OF NOVlif.
BEE. AT)., 1hk7. AT HaLF-1 AST FOUR O CLOCK
P.M.. In boat of the prwnm offer for ??>? to the
hlrbot tedder. the out tiiny thm (33) feet Din* >9)
lircbee front of Lot m 6). !>>' tha deplh of hU kit. In
Kjuur fire hundred unl lilt* one IMIA with lb* brick
hoox and frame L ju?e? t hereon
Term* of sale. aa pr-scribed by til* decree. On*-third
cash, tad the balance in one and two yeare. with Inter
eet from th* day of mi?, for which the purr haaerU note*
will be r*qnir*d. *fona by d**d of trust on th* prop
erty aold or all caalfeat the option of th* purrhaaar. After
final rat ScaUoa of tha sal* by th* ootirt, th* Trasln
will convey tb* Mid property to th* purohMer or pu
cbtaara, lua or thatr hel.a or i*4fil A d*po*itof
?100 will b* required at th* time of aal*. Ff tb* term*
cf aal* are not cnmp led with in t*n d iy? after th* Ml*,
the pr*iul**e may be re-eold at the risk and oust of th*
dsfaolttng purchaser on ou* week's public notto*. All
conveyancing aad recording at th* cu*t of th* pur
B
MONDAY AFiERNOON, NOVEMBER
MH. 1887, at FIVE OCWCE w? Will eel I. flP
it of th premise*. M?x
L. CABELL WILLIAMSON. Tnu
490 La. avdun*.
WALTER R WILLIAMS k m. Ancts nl-dhd>n
TRrSTEF S sale of valcable improved
HEAL ESTATE, SITUATED UPON THfc SOUTH
WEf?T CORNER OF INDIANA AVENUE AND
THIRD STREET NOBTH'AE.M f.
By virtue of a d**d of trust, dated December 5 th..
18.0, aud duly records in Liber No. ?.i3, folio!
iiOt. et seq.. of the land utmw of the District oll_
Columbia, and at the written requeat of the party ae
carad thereby. th* undsntignad. *urvlving Trustee un
der Mid <le?<l of trust. will aalL at pubXc auction, in
front of the premises, on THTRSDAV. the 1 FN TH
KAY of SOVlNjBUl. A. D. 1887, at QCARTER-PAST
FOUR tt'cLocE P. M.. all that certain piece or parrel
of laud aud premise* eltunta la the rlty of Washington,
in the District of Columbia, aud known aud described
aa sub. Lit ntimbered thirty-aix (3b >. of Hull* D. Lar
ner'a, aur\ iving trustee. subdivision of part of original
lot '-'4. lu Hiiar* numbered If* hundred aad thirty
three(533), recorded in tha oftee of tha surveyor nf
tlie District of Columbia. In hook IS, pace 108, with
the improvements thereon. ooaaUUng of a four-story
a tore and dwelling bouse. th* Mid anb. lot No. ,H6
bein* a part only of the real aetata daacrlhed in and
covered by aaid deed of trult
Term* of aale: Ota-fourth of the purchase money la
cash, and the balance thereof In three equal payment*
in twin, twenty-four and thirty-aix month* from the
day of aale, with iutereat at an per cent per annum;
Interest payable semi-annually. and to he aeeured by
tha notaa of tha ruiv&aaer or | urchaaer* thereof, aad a
Mtiatactory deed of truat on the invperty aold. or all
caah, at the option of tbe purchaser r rnrohaeefa A
depoialt of $300 will be required at the time of eale,
ana all oonv*yancing aud rert rdlna ahall be at th* coat
of the purchaser or purcnaeers. If tha V-rma of aale
are not complied with in fifteen (16) da ye from day of
sale, tbe undersigned, surviving truate*. reaervea the
right to resell aall pioparty at tbe rlak and coat ol tha
duaulUng purchaser or purcbaaera. attar fire (fi) day*'
advertlaemect of auch resale In *nm* newspaper pub
lished in the diy of Waalilcrton, D. C.
MOB. E D. LAKSEK, Survirinr Truatee.
WALTEK B. WILLIAMS k Cl>?
o2g.g6.nolL3.4.u.7^.W.10-10t Auctiuueera. _
I'SINESS AND DWELLING PROPERTY. COR
NER OF THIRD AND H bTREETS NORTH
WEST. AT AUC 1ION
On MONDAY
SEVEN
in front HB
LOl L SQUARE o28.
! fronting "J3 4-1'<4 feet on H atreet north and 100 feet
ou 3d atreet west. This lot la Improved by a well-built
! two-atonr Brick dwelling, with >torerooni, at tne cor
ner of 3d aad H ata. a. w? and iron la vj:l 4-1S fret by a
depth of 70 feet. aud a comfortable two-ttory Brirk
Uouae on 3d aL. uear H. and frouw 30 fast ou 3d
atreet Th* location is ou* ol th* boat, aad lor aa la
veat ment will pay a irood p*n-eata?e.
1 erma: ona-uiird cub; balan< * in one and two veara,
note* to bear aix per ca it intereat from day of aale.
payable aeiul-annually, and to be aecured by dead of
tru-t on praiuiaea *ol?t or all caah. at option of pur
rliaaer. A dapoait of t'-'OO will be required on the
corner hotiae and a dapoait of $100 ou the bouaeou
3d atreet. Conveyanciua, Ac . at pur< haarr'a coat
Terms to be compiled with in ten day*, otberwlar rlxht
r^.orv ed to reaell at rlak and Co t of delaultliiir pur
chiacr. after five daya' public notice of auch re ale m
aome n wapaper published in W aabimrton, I). C.
o'Jk> dkJa DLNl'ANSON BROS., Auctioueera.
rpiluMAS DOWL1NU, Aucnoueer.
TitU8TEE'8 SALE OF A TWO-STORY FRAME
UoL'ME, ON SEVENTH OR T bTlti F. l H,
BKTWliEN FREDERICK AND FAYETTE
S1REETS, OEORUBToWN, D. C.
By Tirtue of a deed ol truat. dated the lat day of^^
April, 1S7S, and duly recorded in Liber No. ?4?1 "f
iolio 4.">0, et aeq.,oueof tbe laud recorda for Wa-b ?ti.
inirtou County, In the Diatnct of Columbia, ana oy
direi'tion of tbe party secured thereby, tha uudersijmrd
Iruatee will aell, lu front of tbe preiuiaa., ou FRI
DAY. NOVEMBER ELVENTH. 18S7. at FIVE
O'CLOCK, the luliowimr property, deahrnated aa all
that certain piece or pin-el ot irrouud aituate aud beimr
lu Threlkeld'a addition to lieorsvtoarn. i?. i:? and
deacribcd as followa: B ^lnnlUK lor tbe aame on tbe
aoutb aide of 7th orl atreeta at tbe dlatance of one
hundred aud fltty feet trom the tnteraection of 7th and
Frederick atresia, and runnintr the nee westerly thirty
feet ou 7th atreet: Ihenc* aouth one hundred and
thirty feet; thence cant parallel with 7ih atreet thirty
feet, thence north by jud with the divlialou ot Cal
houu'a property one hundred and thirty leet. more or
less, to tbe begluulnir, to-etber with the Improve
ments. All couveyancinir and recordiiiK at coat ot pur
chaser. ?'JOO depoaitwill be required at the time of
aale.
Term* of aale: One-half caah: balance in on* year
after date of aale, with intereat at aix per cent per
annum. or all caab, at th* op ion of purchaser. If the
term* of aal* are uot complied with in ten daya alter
day ot sale th* property will be resold at the rlek aud
ooat of tbe defaulting party.
1 031-dta W. H. HANEY. Trustee.
PROPOSALS.
rela Brt'keu btoue, and MSo barrels ot lime, a aj, 416
Siecea aud 1U4.500 feet Yellow Pine, vsttot;* aixea.
i.icks to be culled aa delivered, and all bata aud
"PROPOSALS FOR BRICKS, GRANITE, CEMENT
X SAND, BROKEN STONE, LIME, AND YELLOW
1-1NE LUMBEh. - October 'JfZ. 1887,-Sealed Pro
poaala severally endorsed "Pro|H>*ala for Bru-k anil
Oranlta," "ProiKMala for Camant, Sand, Broken Htone,
and Lima," and Proposals tor Yellow Pine Lumber,**
will be received lrom teaular dealers ouly, at the
Bureau oi Pro vision* and Clothing. Navy Dei<arlm?nt.
WashimrU u, D. C. until LLL\ I N O'CLOCK A. M .
NOEEMBER FIFTEEN IH. 1887, and opeued Im
mediately thereafter in tbe presence of bidders, lor the
supply, at the Navy Yard, Waahimrton, D. C , of MS
OtMJ Brick a. 418 lineal ffet of anuiiie water-table. 4U5
i lineal feet of Granite Wlndow-aiiia, 7 Gram to Dour
ailla, and U Urauiie Baaea for piers: aloo. 'J.OOO bartvla
hydraulic Cement, tl.b'Jo bartvla of baud. 10 OOO bar
? j. 416
altea
?
uuaatiafactory bricks to be removed at ouce by the
contractor. Granite to be of first quality, sound, uni
form in color and texture, and free lrom auy de
f' Cia. Cement to equal F. O. Norton'* best quality, aud
yellow pine to be No. 1 Geonfia y. llow pine, thoruughly
a anoned. stialght. and free irom iuiperfecttoua of auy
kiud whatever. Deilvety of bncka and yellow pine to
commeuce, HifAowf fail, aithin W0 daya, and th -t of
tr.anile, cemeut, a?ud, broken stone, and lime within
60 days from date of contract, after wbicb deliveries
to be made trom time to time m auch quantlt.ea as uiay
be required. Tueae article* must couforui to the
Hpficitlcailou* which will be furnished by tbe Ge leral
Storekeeper at tbe Navy Yard, and must ion the usual
naval inspection; aud a reservation of 20 per cent will
be withheld fruui tbe amount ol i* h deliver}" Ubtd
the completion of tbe contract. Bidder* arercfemd
to tbe oenaral storekeeper at tbe L". S. Navy Yard.
Waahiniftou, D. C, tor apecillcatioua, lormsof ofier,
an I all luiormation relative thereto. Proposals muat
lie made ou tbe p.oper blan . torui* and Ultra our at
indicated bv the blank. The Department reserves toe
naht to reject any proposal not considered advauta
ireous to ibe Goveraui ut. JAMEs FL'LTON. Pay
master Cieueral, L. S. Navy. o'J0-law4w
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSION FOB CoN
alructiou of tbe Courresaional Librao' Ruildiuir,
No. 14j Eaat Capitol street; VSaatiiui(tou. D. C-. Oc
toberS*f. 1S87. ^?led proposals will be received at
this offlce until IS noon. Mouday, November 14. 1887.
lor furulahiiw and dedverinir terra-cotta pipes and
bends. Drawmsv, aiiecifiatiotia aud couditioua may be
had at tbe office of tue Arcbltert, at the above nnmber.
L. W C. LAMAR, Secretary of the lnterioi: Elm Ai.D
CLARK, Architect ol the Capitol. A. It. SPuEFO .L),
LiLrarian ot Coueresa. Couiuuaaionera nt>i-eotlt
HOUSEFUHNISHINGS.
EXAMINE
W e Invite \ on Xo Ei
Ot'R FALL STOCK OF CARPETS, FCR
NITL'RE, AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS
WHICH WE ARE NOW OPENING. IF
STYLES ARE NOT BETTER, AND
PRICES AS LOW FOR SAME CLASS OF
GOODS AS CAN BE FOOND, WE DO NOC
AfeK *OD TO BUY.
bOML BIG DRIVES IS FURNITURE.
W. H. H0EEE.
*14 SOI Market Space.
Heating Stoves.
In aelectinr a Heating Stove it will be to your inter
eat to inspect our liuuisnse aMortmaut, embr >< Iuk all
atylea and tbe latest dratgtia, which we are offering at
low price*. Keeping oul> nrat-i laas nic liau -s, we are
prepared w do all kiuds of rcpalriug la Uw bust uiau
ner, **p?ci*ll> laiwrooeaaad tnniace*. Acsui respect
luiiy aoUcltctL
V.S. JENKS *00^
*14 717 7th at. a.w.
QARPET4
We are daily receiving our Fall Supply of Carpet*,
comprising all the new patterns in Blgelow, Lowell,
and Hurtford Wiltons; Blgelow. Lowell, and Hurtiord
Brusael; Moquitea in choice patterns; Lowell and
Hartford Ingrains; Art Squares, all sixes. Rugs and
Mats in all the uew deaigus; Furniture Coverings,
Curtain Drapery. Lac* curiauia, aud labia Coven ui
great variety.
?ep'^-am HOOE BRO. k 00- 1.TJ8 Fat.
J. B. Leprettx & Brou
_ lormerlv with P. M?D*ou Mia* k C4
A BIG BREAK IN THE PRICE OF WALL PAPKB.
tor th* next thirty days we will aell all White Back
lbc Papera for 10c. per piece.
All bOc. Paper for 30c. per pieca
All adc. paper for 40c. per piece. 10-Inch Emboaaad
Cold border*. 46c. Other Paper tn proportion.
All orders (or work promptly executed.
J. B. LEPREUX * BRO* UW 7th st aw.
7th str?t ears paaa Ut* door. niyti-8m
BOOKS, &c.
NEW
BOOKS.
Th* Ancient ClU** of th* *sw . World, by Desire
Aniertcaii tttrla' Han4z Book. On* Hun.
dred Da>a in Europe, by C ft. Hitlni?. Ondsr th*
tbe Storm, by Chanott* M. Yuure. Ihe Making of tbo
Great Heat, by bamue. AiMmt.DraW? White Cockades,
by Kdward L Stevenson. Jack, the Fiahennall, by K.
Stewart Phalpa 1 he ChaufaBqtia T*xt-Booka At
WM. BALLAXTTNE * 80S,
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Chactacqpa Lttehart Scies
TIFIC CIRCLE Bo0E8 FOR HUI7 ASD '8S.
Special rate* to Clala. "Tn* Chantauqaaa" supplied
A1"
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HIGHLAND PARK HOTEL.
F1CST-CLASS IS ETSSY EEaPECT.
opeaforJMMn.Of.1Srr T?Mar^SiiMHi?i 14.
o3$Jo)m
& CBATFIXL9.1
EDUCATIONAL.
?^^\"S,'?rtnWFr'
?3-ao*w.tu,-.lue? P34
tvbawino and painting nroirfl
\3 peterii teacher*. 1-nne ?3 per month. '
??*2* 8peawl l.i in foe thlMtaa aa _
M ? i SO per moutb 8indb> ItVI 11th at. a.?.
WAMlVVrOK i\<VheBTATOBY
If t-ojd hi.i.a'BC, 9th u4 Fata. 1
Fat. ?.?
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Tborowrh work. U>DKIOA>TII
Froebal system. Twelfth w
Prlucipala: MIsS BI HIP. A
4 TOCNO U1)V, EXPERIENCED TUOUB ot
AUflteb branches, faralsa I* raaf ? ul aaata,
SSWS22?
oAm. 4MV
OlNGING. TUK E CrLTTRK, AJID aELF-AOOOM
J5 pannuaat (Italian "UauMt* aaethod).
8tf*or y AB1ANL from Eaeopa,
o2V2W 1017 12th at.'
school or mcwo i est* bushed"
S U'27 Idlk air*
lYIvateai" * M
ae30-4m __
rpHE FRENCH SYSTEM OF SOCND <OOrT
1 hirhM TW* ?), ?l?? to tbe pnpi. a Hwlw PN
nunciaiioti and rremt confidence ta hlaaell In thirty
leesoue ha leartia aa uorh French as ha aaana aa mm
ti at on twir Ur tonice. it la kliklr (ataaat hr
acbolara. uaedinlwwhm ealwMqr.Mt already
tauarht by some at tha ba-t aiawlwul taecbers ta
ninny cu vents m l acbools of tha country, riioe ai
work fFor aaleat FWsand taallantyae'a. Tfceaatfc
ora cTastea H*?|?n at 716 14th at NOV. 14. Call
Monday a. W edaeadaya. aad Friday a. from 3: 30 to 4 JO
I> m. SeiiJ for circular Addrcea v^rKCD'BoWll?
car* Hon. 8. 8. 0OX. 13 aaat 12th at.. Haw York.
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CHOhTHANDlNTEN LE880K8 BY CHIVERBAL
p Phonography Simploet, bnefaat. atoai terrible
Loaaoaa *
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by matt Circular* free.
Pilitis bhokthand nmrriTTE.
' I'F.lROlT. Mick.
THE ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE WILL RE-OPEN
Its day aud evenlnar Lire, Portrait, Antique and
Water Color Claeeei November let. at 1113 Petin an.
Instructor*?Mr. A. O. Heatoti. Mr. De Laaov W.Oil!,
Mlaa Sylveeter and Mlaa Adaina ottH:W
A GENTLEMAN WISHES TO GIVE LESSON" IN
Greek. latin, and Emrliah branch'"*, lintllnil
reterencee Terma moderate. Address Box No 4 Star
ofllce. o?-'J8f
BRA WING AND PAINTING - ACADEMY OF
Kin* Art a, H04 E at.. presided OTar by Mim.
XtENE & MOr.RELL, who baa had twelve
medal* and atudlad ttfteen >aar? in Enrol* witfi tha
in oat calebrated artlata. To |.rvveut (lii)dren lumunic
c&releaa babita of drawing, they w ill be revived batnr
daya, at four yaara ofatre and upward, for alinoat notb
lii*. iDatmcuon in every bran -h of art. from drawing
of all kinda to portrait and blatorical paintinar Evening
claaaeafor ladlea and arenUemeu Moiidaya ami #a'ii.?
days at 7. a'.T-Hui'
CI RAYON PORTRAITS TACQHT INHFirTXEN
) leaaons: no knowl.dr* cf drawina nereaury. ?at:f
fa< tion iruarantred. lena<iu U una. I* a ui to .'i p ui .
an 7 to It p.m. J. W. KKV.Nol.U8. Room 13. May
BuildlMr. cor. 7th and E at*. o?-j-'4w<
LO. M A KIN rSDA NCING~A( ADElfV'T M AAONIC
a Hall. F and tatb ata. n w Claaa daya, i uoadaya
aad Saturday*. For parUcuiara aaud for ctrculan.
a^l-lm
Elocption
The SHAFTE8BChY METUoD ia the flneat In the
world and the moat bi|rbly ladorf L It U? h' >XA
T1 RAL>"1>S in Kea iu?r lor Home and Society, aa
well aa in Dramatic Kxpreeaioii. DIPLOMAS AMD
1 EACHKKfc' < till! 1 ICATLai 1SSI LD. Lmom la
Claaa or Privately. Thirty two lac cataloarne rrwe.
MAUTYN COLLEGE OF ELOCL'lloN AND ORA
TORY. 313 ath at. n. w., half a block eaat of City P. O.
o'JO-1 m
C~ APITOlTHILL KINDERGARTEN AND RCHodC
rj 3d at. a. ?>., MiaaCuRNKLIA F 1H1VDEN Prin
cipal. Elaventb year opena Monday. Ortober :t. For
circular and information addrraa the principal al.? ?.'i i
OOITS OoMMERCIAL {!k"HOOL.
t5(M5 F at. n.w. Individual luatr'i. tion
Special attention ariveu to Rapid Wntina, Ra(4d
Calculations.Commercial Correapondeace. Book-keep
ing (l^utman sjateroi, and 1 yi>? writit* Tirana
r< ??oiiable. tlOlUT t'. WOOD, Prlnci|<al. aulh liia
I MUNCH LKHSONm, PKIVATE OR IN CIJtSSES.
MADAMK A. l'ELE ifrom Pana) will Ore leaaor.a
at her reaidence and at pupils' boinea. Eb-elleut pn
nunciation aud tboroutrh inatructiou. 910 1 jtb atjLW.
ol4-3iu*
PENCER1AX ?('SINEW COLLEGE. COR. 7TH
and 1) ata. n.w. Entrai.oe on D at atabliahed
yeara. ThorouKbl) muipiwd. Yuiwiwu aad women
trained for bip-liiraa or t.fllcia' poaltl"iia Thre? ft u
Practical Buatne^a. Hteinafraphy. Tynewritlnar.
Oraphophoi.e. 1 afld W itiu?. Mudeuta may anier at
anytime. Yaau'abola ablp.tjuaru ly. or munthli- la
atajlnu^t latea Oraduatna ai?a\-a in demand, illua
tiatea cirvulara frw at Coll<?e omc ? or bv uiaiL
H. U. SPENCER, Principal.
8ARA A. SPENCER Vice Prin. ii?al ol3
AN HONORED PROFESSION FOR i.ampa ult
tadaed at the Waahiiurton
NORMAL KINDERGARTEN IN8TITTTE
for the tnuninif of teacbera. Leetnrea. ? 30-7 30 B.
m. For particuUra oa.l oa Mra LOL'ISE POLLOCK.
1017 10th at, principal o< National Kiadeamrtaai.
ol'J-lm
Pianolessons.
MISS CLARA HARBISON.
Pupil of Wm Maaon. N. T..
sS-Im' S Grant Place, bet. Hth. 10th. G and H ata.
R8 WlLLIMENEBIiOMLCY WILL RECEIVE
I a limiiol number of pui Ua lor the atudy of Plan*.
For tenua inquire at HaLLETT A DAtlS* Piano
Rootna. 8.1 wth at, n.w. oA-laa*
M
N
ORWOOD INSTITUTE,
A SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB
YOCNC. LADIES AND LITTLE OIRLS,
Noa. 1212 and 1214 14tb at. and 1407 Maaa. ava
MR. and MRS. WIIX1AM D. CABELL, PnerlpaL
The three buildinra are all cloaoly connected, oat*
with the other, and I ice South and Eaat. witb *<>oA.
open play-a'rounda In the rear. The aanitary appoiat
menta are |*nn i, and tbe hygiene of the whole eatah
liHbment la in accord with tbe lateat and moat eulurbt
ened vie*a upon tbat imis>rtant auli)ect.
Tbe courae of atuir la complete; primary. later
mediate. Academic, aud. aiwn deal red. Collemate, with
full dli Ionia, of winch >ir. Juatice Miller, of tb? Su
preme Court of the I'uited statea. aaya "I know of no
school for youmr ladiea whoae diploma couiuaanda a
1 blvber reapect than Norwood In?t.tute "
In addition to tbia courae of atud>. which smbracaa
a thorough Enfliah educauon. advantaarea of the Brat
order are provided in all other branches ol inlUeiM
elevant culture adapted to tbe Unlalied developtueat of
ffirl*.
Terma have been made aa low aa la compatible, ia
thia city, with the complete comfort of such aa eatab
liahmeut and the einplo) meut of flue talent is eaach
Departrneut of Instruction.
Btterem-oM : The pairoua of the acbool. o.V 1 m
\VASHINOT"oN SCHOOL OF KLOCDTION AND
YY Oratory. W04 M at. n.w.. Mra. M. STEVENS
HART, Principal. Voice Culture, F-lo< utioa. Law*
of Oratory'- Diploinaa awarded. Uective Enirli-h
and College l?re|iarHtory. o4-lm
CTAMMF.RING ( I KED.^RE^EUENCE~fo~ REnf
(3 deuta of VXaahlurton and othera who have beea
??enuanent y cured. Scientific UDth.sla. No aecn-t.
No trick Mra. M. STEVENS HART. Principal Waah
inyton School of Elocut^ou. o4-Im
M't.v'ernon Yem i nary!
1100,1104.1116 Mat. and 1130 11th at
French and Emrliah Boardinar and Day School for
Vouuy Ladiea and Little Glrla.
Academic. Intermediate and Primary Departmeota?
Commodioua new achool buildl'ur.roDtalBilnir CHAPEL,
SESSION-ROOMS. CLASS-ROOMS, aud OFFICE,
with steam heutiiur and beat modern Improvement^
ready for occupancy this falL
Thirteenth year beirlns OCTOBER 0.
For circuian apply to Prtudial.
a;i-4rn MRS. 11 SOICKU*.
ARUNGTON ACADEMY,
??-' 1 7th at., oppoeite V. S. Patent
A Select School for Boya and Younjr Man Autum*
term betriaaa SEPTEMUI'^R 12. Day and ErealBr aea
aiona. Oarelul aad thorooarh lnatru. tion la the com
moil Euirliah brancbea. BuokkeepUic. hhorthaud,
Burlier Arithmetic. AWrebra, Oeometrr, Ijibu, aud
Greek, lit L ION MACAFEE, AM.. M.D.. Principal.
al-3an
1" NSTRCCTIOS ON TU TIOUN!
Mr. B. DONCH will raeumr KiTtac leaaoH
8EPTEMBER 19.
Residence, flOS H at a w. aH-Stao
The mcdonald-ellib school.
Cor. Maaeachuaetu eve. and 17th at.
Enfliah aud French Moardinaf and Day School (or
Younar Ladiea and Little Glrla
Fifth Year bearlaa September 2?. 1H7.
Primary, Intermediate. Academic. WeUealey Prepar
atory. Art and Musical Couraee taurht by a cvrpe ft
nineteen teacher*. Tuition lac.udee Instruction la
Enfliah. French. Latin, Penmai ahlp, Claa> Dr wiac.
and Claaa Slmrintr. A special herdic la employed lor
the uae of pupils In distant parts of the c.ty. For cir
culars addreaa tha pnncipaL *"*" avwt eltla
sll-3m
/-^OLLIERE HOME AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS I
V / under 14 year* of aare A few puplla takaa la tha
family. Ll'CIESi E. C. COLUERE. AM .WaahlMTtoa,
D. C., 153S 1 >t d. w? near Arliii*toa HoteL Opeaa
October 3; cloaca June 1.
" Iaaiantaaeoua Art 4 Never Forfettiac
Special Notioea.
\f OUNT VERNON INSTITUTE, 1430 1 STe-U
iYJL lect Eturliah and Frscch School for Glrla, re o??i
OCTOBER3, 1K87.
aP-2m MRR CHAR W. FAIBO. Prtartpat
FRIENDS' SELECT 8CHOOU. If 11 I ST. N W? A
Primary, Intermediate and Hbrfa School for bath
aexea. Fifth year hMiaa SEPTEMBER KS. ia aaea
Lauruatraaand Science. Pupils prepared foroollana
or buslueaa. Individual traiaiar and apeoial adraa
tsr^cS
enoe hooka aaul physical and chetubal apparataa. Of
fice boura 10a.rn.to ^2 an^Eor catawarBe audraaa
1HOS. W. SIDWELL 1
ItflSS ROSA RANBl, TEACHER OF ELOCUTION
XYX and voice culture; prapaiwa ladiea aad ?atlaaia
tor the draaiatic atap. Particular attention ta vlv^a
to ooachlnj sinslsara for private tbeeuvela, pJatfaraa ,
and home circle. Mlaa Baud can be aesa ?a Fndara
and Saturday a. at 1398 H at. n.w 08-lm'
\f ARTYJTS OOMMERCIAL COLLEOR
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