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TUB I.ROOM IONTK NTH> r.r * WIFB AT A CKITICAI.
n>i?r i* tub cerbmoit.
Bbowx8Ttu.ii. Tfcx., Nov. *.?A romantic Inci
dent occurred at tfc* civil Judge's office yesterday
tnarnlng. Some 'lme ago Sergeant Manual Sulllos,
of the -4;h Innatry. propone marriage to Mariana
B> rnrt, a preity Jihiiik wlrL Hit family were
wining, and ?"TV preparation *41 mule for the
wedding. A friend, however. conveyed n?wi of
tbe martliife to the Cliy of Mexico, where ?h- Hth
bid rortnerly b? n stationed. As Id Knot**, the
only l?**l in image Is tl?e civil one i*-rtormed by
?i .?ni. u?l wno k-eps t he registry of those cere
m"nl?s the births anil .leaths. The welding day
arrived an'l the party repiired to the .ifTVe of
Judg" 0ona tl. w bo asked the usual QURitlotl
Aai Mr Hw? be asked the groom If he was ever
lu irrled brforn. Ilf repiieii, "No." "Step here for
a ni'iineni," said the Judge to vim'1 one In another
r ?>m, an>1 a liiu in woman, with her eyes iltim'1,
fj#*" In and fortuvie ibebinsas the sergeant's
lawful wife. Th- soidl>-r, stnuk witii terror, made
n ? repiy. s?'norlia Berrera lalated and the wife
*f *?1 triumphant. while h-r husband was
marched oil 10 jail, and the bridal part) dispersed.
The Rnndlt* on the Kio (irnnde.
BOTB TIB MEXICAN MKTUAII trTHOKITIBS ACTITB
1!? THr.IK riB.sriT.
Bbowsstii.i.b, Tkx.. Not. H.?Tho greatest ex
rltement yet continues up thf river over the ban
dim Recently they stopped Don t?regorlc tiarcla,
a brother of Mr. J as. Nil, of Kio (.rande city, on
the road, took his arms and horse from him, and
only rvien.-* d ldm on his prwuW to sen! tbem
flOil A nuaiber of the bandits were in favor of
kil.lng him any wav. Magdallne Flores. whose
store was recently robbed at the Havana rancbe,
Is about 10 retn >ve to Kto <? rande City, afraid 10
continue In the country. Hangers and a strong
sheriff s po-se, aided by I apt. Lamadrld, wiin
twenty Mexican troopers, expected 10 fall on the
bandits lu a oil-Off o( the Kio t; rande. where tuey
have th'ir strongboM. last night. II *s not known
as yet with vv:iat r>-ult. Matamore's forces of
bandits are operating in the mountains near. an
? trios, the interior of TamauUpas. and troops
have been sent fnm L*>s cruellas In pursuit - i
them. Troo.iMlave also been sent from Reynosa
In pursuit of'b?r.d!i *. ? i'n. Vela fc> showing
a-tlvity in hunting down all bands of marauders
In his district. ^
I n? s|>. rJU> ? rlM?inl*l.
AKKr rXD AND Is'trlS tukbk TIMES bekorb HB B
FINALLY t'ACOBT.
riTTssrBo. Not. s.?A special to the Pn.it from
Farkersburg, W. Va., s?ys: Ou Friday Wm. Early
br?ke into a store at Clifton Foiv*<in tireenbrler
rounty, and atolegold and surer watch'-s worth
Me stild the watcben and w is arn-sled with
the money va him. 11*' oinfesse"! the crime, atul,
t- in(c handcuffed, w.i-% left at the mayor's office
while the marshal went after some pa[HT<. lie
bmfceaway, ho ird<"l a fri'lifht car, and. nvttinif a
Me, cut th-- handcuffs lonee. lie was again cauijht,
but bn'keaaay; was three times put "ff a train,
and then warres'ed by the iralninen. He escaped
and w.ls chit-'sl .> half a mile before Le was
1 ijrtur'd. lb- Is !:?>? safely In Jail in Clifton For?e.
Drnlh of Hnl Vir(inia'?Oliln* Fditor.
C?ABLB3Ti>v, W. Va., Nov. 8.?Wtu. Harp- r, wnof
In 1V4) foubiled the Nimth ftrnnch InttUiqencr,
at Komney, and who h is retnaln-M the editor of
that journal for th" fifty-seven years elapsing
-:m-e lhat time, died Sunday Id the eightieth year
f his age. He was t he oldest editor In the state.
IIimI Been VInrrled Some tliintha.
lOW TUB MATOKOf TOt NciSTOWS WAS .-I KfRISBO BT
BIS PtrtiHTEK.
nrrsBrBO, Nit. h.?K special from \onngst-own,
oliK\ to the CommrT'-vil-GazfttK says: Mayor
steels was ^ ven adis'lded surprise l;tsi evening on
receiving the a- mvineement that since last April
he hid had a soa-ln-l:.w and didn't know It. on
A| rll lis MI-s flora Steele, aged sixteen, the eldest
?1 tughier (-f the mayor, and Mr. (?'or.f Jai'k, of
i.ran: sir- t, w-nt to Mercer, I'a., an J. s?s 11 ring a
li. eiise, ealU'd upon l.cv. William si- uiiicms. and
wen-ijuletly marrltd. The couple returned here
and suceessiullv kept the secret until yesterday,
when they made It public. ? alllior Mayor ~tivle
l ist evening the Dnd> |n:ri>.l'iced her husban-11 >
le*r father. Thfich the announcement came
w:.hout wamlig.tl.- mayor was eiri-tl to the oo.'a
- on, and. quietly e.Mendlb^ a baud to each, said:
" V!ay you live long and prosper. '
>r?s|*n|M-rs n>id llilucallon.
Til* B-TTBNT Tt> *111' II F?ekKS AKB KKAD IN VABI
ovs rorTTUii
l n in Uie Youth's (\m:j an in.
In the I'nlted states there is published one paper
to every 4.4:1:1 Inhabttants. The coantry in w hlch
l!?e proportion >f newspapers to tne |>opulatlon Is
next greatest ;s alsi> a country wh' -re the people j
govern thecmlves and pay gr at attention to
education. This country Is switzerl ind,and It has
one Journal to every .">.073 pi<or>le. The next coun
try In what 11; y bee iliisl newspaper rank Ls Heu
mark, wnlch has a sm;?ll population and f ee
s- hools. Then u- one newspaper to every ?5.0ffl}
(<sip.e. Belgium u;is few people who do not know
h?w to read, and It has one paper to every
Inhabitants.
The cases of France and of (iermany present an
exception 10 the rule, that the newspapers are In
proportion to the number of people, relatively to
the w popei?tkm, ? ho can read. There 14 one
newspaper to ever)' people In France, and
one to every h.474 In te rmany; but the propor
tion of Illiterates is, nevertleiess. greater In France
than In ?.truiany, and the lienuans pay much
ini>re attentloii to educational matters than do the
French. In n arly the whole of i.erminy all
children are compelled to go to school. The
greater proportion of newspapers lu France Is
probably due to th ? keen Interest that must of the
|?-opie have m pubile affairs, and th-lr great fond
li'-ss for reading stories. N? arly ail French iiews
pai?-rs publish a contlnu*-d story, generally
1'nnted lit -hort roHmtnH icr.'S-i the bottom of the
l>a?es. Many more small, cheap Lcw>pap? "s are
puUtshed In Fra .ce and ?.erman;.
(?real Britain and Ireland i-one- next uj^n the
list, with one H'urnal f.ir every U.4??> Inii iM ants.
There ar~ many illiterates In Irettnd an i in some
parts of Engh'.iKl. and the schools arc now heivfree,
as with us, 1 or Is ed"i. ation compulsory. The
new-papers, however, an- very widely cir'-uiated,
and, lor the most part, very cheap. The very
largest d.ulv riewsp ,|?-rs in Lohilou, which pay
great sums ev -ry year for telegr tphlc dispatches
and oth? r news, are si.ld thr >u^h^ut the kingdom
f ?! 1 penry 'J .euts .
We nn?i tha sw*iien comes next on the list with
in?-newspape: f-r e?erv 111, I'M people. V.-ryfew
swed?*s are unable 10 read, anil primary educ ttKin
lhr-iuglKHi'. sw?d-n and Norway is Ire-and com
pulsory. I*er~>aps the i.u-t thai lutemperanc - pre
valLs to a moat alarmltig extent in Sweden and
Norway has something to do with the fai t that
>.'.ruals and reviews circulate to a li-ss extent
then than in oti. r countnes where the standard
of popular education ls high.
Austria has i-n>* t?aper to every 14,s:ej people,
tnd her companion kingdom of Hungary only one
lu every ?Jl.i'.ni. 'l his difference Is e isiiy under
when w j note the fact that In Austria projx r
vs |*-r cent of the adults are ablelo read and
?r?te, and in Hungary only -Jt> per cent. Even In
Hungary the newspapers which have the largest
i lrcu.itl : ire pnii'eit in'n>-i,.-ruian language.
In I*al> he number of [? <>ple who are unable to
read Is very great, and there is but one paper ror
every an,:o? inhabitants. Tlie |?-asants of ltaly
..re iudhu.' th-? p? ..rest in all Europe. Nearly twi?
thlMs of tie population over ten y cars of age are
enable to tea 1, and ">W men and Tx women out of
every 100 an-unable to sign the marriage regis
ters.
Kussla in fcurv is at the bottom of the list In
the proportion of newspaper* taken by the people.
'I li're is but one Journal to every lot?,ill 1 people in
Itttasla. 1 hlj Is ?Nisy to understand when we read
t.iatln her (p-n -ial educational system Kussia ls
still bi-ho.il even such countries as Japan and
E?)pt.
?
Phll>drl|ibia'? l.a |M-rN.
S AID TO Bk WIAtTIT IAMRI WHO OiNTKACTBD THE
D1SBASB IN SOI TH AMKKICA.
The whereabouts of the two lepers who are now
In l'Ulladelphla -nil iem:ilns unknown to the
health autbi rttlen. The New York U-ntht corre
spondent learned Saturday that the patients are
two women who contracted the terrible disease in
south America and came to Philadelphia to be
cared for by reUt: >ns and to l?- tr. ,ted by Or. Van
llarllngen, a spec ialist In s..ln li--a-. s, Tuey h ive
Iwen In Philadelphia lor m arly a year, and.-lrange
us 11 may appear, it Is stated upon g'** 1 authority
that tbev an- yet In b lsslul Ignorain of tne exact
nature of their affliction. The faci that tuey were
In Millailelnaia probibiy leaked out through the
1 >uniy Medl-.'al Society. Last pnng l?r. Van Har
Imgen spoke of Intriilu' lng his p itknts to the si>
? let v. bui lor some reason the \.sit to that Is^iy
was deferreo until about a month ago. iir. Van
Haritngen's de-j^u w us to make inemt rs .jr the
profession familiar with the character and appear
ance of the disease, lu speaking of his patients
l?r. Van Harilngt n sai l: "These are not the only
?ase? of leprosy thai have Iss-n known in the
I tilled States. Fifty or sixty have |?*u rep orted
jt lake year*, but not a single ca-seol contagion has
been demonstrated.'' It is understood that the
tiatlenta are mother and daughter, and that they
are wealthy people. A full ieport of the case will
pp.bably be made at the meeting of the board of
health on Tuewlay.
?mm*
A Usaian ChargMl with nurder.
IT u TItOLUIlT THAT ?HB K1L1.BD IIBK ULSBA.NDA.ND
TUBKIFOBB SHB W AJUlLSTED.
A specltJ to the Philadelphia 1V? from Allen
town, No-,ember.j, say* Mrs. Junepn Bouckner
and UeriL.an Bach were put In Jail here to-day tor
complicity La the murder of Mrs. Bouckner b hus
band. They were married July -T7. They nrst
met throiign the medium of a newspaper adver
tisement. tin the night of October 'J7 they had a
unarm vhlie Bouckner was under the Influence of
lkiuor. Th? olncr family living lu the house was
annised by urs. Bote kners cries that her hus
band wa.s committing suicide. When aid ar
rived Bouckner wa? found lying ou the floor
with both wrists cut and three gashes in his
tnruau He died in half an hour without saying
? *urd. Mrs. Bom sner's story was relied on by
ihe coronetjury and a verdict of suicide was
returned. There hate tv-en developments since
which aroused suspi -ioua that the woman had
taken her husoand s life. ,\ cloax woru by her
was found to l? baoudy at?i n. r ulll indicated tliat
?tu> was not rry her hu^oaltd waa out of the
way. sun* the t.agedy sue has been llvl ig at
Kiailngti n with a young man named li riuan
liach. They call themsei>eHman and wile, liotli
avow thtlr lnuoi ence of u,e crime.
m ? ?
tJ^orge Ward, a desp.-r,?te character, who was
confined In Jail at Huutin^rdou, l'a., ou a charge of
assaulting with Intent to Kill Jehu Woif, escaped
Sunday evenlni. Ward threat >nwl to suoot any
prisoner who iiis< iose.1 h.s intention
In H 'lUauur* SaUiU?; .v. ?u. .iiiurv, uas as
ib?lniautr? Imju b^UJU.
THE DOOHi:P ANARCHIST*.
l.intK Iwnmn an Air of D?ftnnrr?
Iliolbrr Theory about the Honab?
Spi>-? [)l?claini? all Ka?nrled(c of
Throi.
Louis Llngc, the anarchist In whose cell the
dm unite bombs were found, was very defiant
0 >;;lng yesterday. He sat or stood In his cell and
glared out at the reporters and others who came
that way to ga/e at him. He was ill at ease, how.
ever, and Jerlted his head this way and that in a
manner which gave the lie to his attitude of sullen
d>'U ioce. A favorite attitude was to stand firmly
erect, fold his hands over his broad chest and gaze
out, bristling and ferocious. None of the
seven were let out of their colli. Mrs. Schwab,
Mrs. and Mrs. Parsons came to see
their husbands, but the best ih?"y couM do wis to
cull out ??wood morning." and send up some papers.
No packages of any sort were allowed to go In.
Nin.i Vaii Xandt was mere, "tiood inornlng." she
called out to Spies. "O'whI morning," he returned,
and that was the end of the dialogue between
them. She ?rr>te a note, which the Janitor read
and s?*n! up ii> -liters. AH the mall was broken and
examined, the first time since me Imprisonment,
and telegram* were torn open and read. All prl
I vatecommunication withtneir friends is stopped
and will continue to be until the day of execution,
if that coin's. ? apt. ?lack nnd Mo?es Solomon
called at the j.tll at 10 o'clock. Black had only
stepped into the onice wnen J .llor Koiz took him
into his private room and laiked earnestly to him.
Bl ick then talked with each of his clients at their
c? U doors.
"Will the finding of these bombs In Llngg's
cell change any of the plans of the defense, Mr.
Solomon?-*
"No; we will go right ahead with the petitions
and ask clemency for Llngtr, and go to Springfield
Tuesday, as already arranged."
W hen questioned yesterday. Sheriff Matson re.
fused to say to ?li it expert ;he bombs had been
sent for analysis to determine the nature of their
contents. 1 he sheriff s%|d: "I might as well tell
you that It is known to be dynamite. Captain
s<. haack opened one of the bomos last nlglit and
took out a small portion of ,he contents. He ex
expl<?lei 11, and found li to be very powerful. An
analysis is being made, and 1 expect to receive a
report to-day. Wien it is secured I will not hesi
tate to make It public."
ANOTHER THEORY ABOUT THE BOMBS.
The discovery of the bombs in Llngg's cell re
called to the minds of some of the people about
the J.ill In Chicago a circumstance wnlch may aid
In accounting for their presence. Last spring
Parsons asked the j.uierfor apairofdumb Delis,
as lack of exercise w ,, injuring his health. Jail r
Folz, however, tbou<[tit that Parsons might hurt
one of the deputies with so formidable a muscle
pruducer, and consequently n-tus si the permis
sion. but allowed him to have t wo pieces of Iron
rod of some kind, or iron gas pipe, u is remem
bered that each was about i:s or 14 Inches in
lengin ami about of an Inch in diameter. Kaeh
of these lieiug cut in two In the middle would
make four pieces of about til- same size
as each of the bombs. The probability
seems to be str ng that Parsons' two
pieces 01 exercise Iron-pipe have been con.
vert d info the four bombs found in Llngg's cell.
This theory of w.iere me outer materials of the
bombs caine from Is rendered still mor< plausible
by me fact that when parsons' cell was examined
yesterday not 1 vestige of oid dumb-bells could be
found, bill what was found la their place, to the
great surpn.se and chagrin of the officials of the
Jail, was a pair of du,nb-bells of Irreproachable
loriu and style. The officials have b**eu pu/zllng
tueir heails unavalUngly 10 discover how so bulky
and heavy substance as a lUinb-bell could get
into the interior of me jail without their cogni
zance.
R NOIL'S ATTKM1TS TO KILL HIMSELF.
Anarchist Kngel was visited yesterday by
Dr. L. J. Gray, assistant county physician, to
whom tue anarchist made a partial confession of
his attempted suicide. In addition to swallowing
the laudanum, Engelsald he took sixteen morpulne
pills Friday nun 1. i*r. Hray was am zed at this
Intelligence, hut understood why they proved in
effectual w hen Kn,ci 1 said he had the pills ever
sl.ee he w as br >ugat to the Jail. That was ex
actly a year and a half ago yesterday, and long
sin. e then the pills ceased to have any active
power. Kng"i sa.d he swallowed th.* sixteen pills
at a gulp 1 tie Friday night and walked his cell all
day Naturday, expecting at any mmi nt to fall
il iwu. Wi.eu It grew toward night and the mor
p'uiic had lo i ilci t he resolved to i ike the lauda
j num. ,\f ? r his 11 lends lelt in the evening ne
poured oui si\or s xen teaspixinfulsof the jwilson
and tusv-ol it off. Dr. Gray thinks the stuff was
1 purchased In some cheap drug store, and that iu
I cotixsjuei.' e a was adulterated, and a very poor
arti ;e of Its kind. That Is why the laudanum did
nor take effect, for ll the drug were of tli -right
quality half tue quantity Kngel swailoweil would
ha%i 1" ri enouga lo kill mm. '1 he old man was
made drowsy by me poison, mat was all, and uu
loud breatn ng w.1.1 wh it >cd to the discovery. At
first ne said ne uad been drinking whisky, but a
sln^.e glance at the pupils of me man's eyes was
enough to convince l?r. <;ray he had swallowed
opium in some lorui. Kugel would 1101 tell now he
Uad got the laudanum or how long ,ie had had it.
WHAT sriKS SAYS ABOtTT TI1E BOMB %
SpU's yester.ay wrote, at the request of Mr. W.
M. Salter, the following regarding the finding of
the bombs in Llngg's cell: "it Is useless for me
and ray friends to say that we had no knowledge
01 anything of the klud. No sane inan would
have bombs In his cell or council i?ce any such a
thine in uis cell?tlunk of it?subject to search at
any moment and at all tunes. The nrst Intima
tion I received of the matter came rroin Sheriff
Mai-on las: evening. I could not believe 11 at first,
andean hardly believe 11 now. 1 haven't spoken
to Llugg for. I think, nine months 1 don't know
much oi him, but 1 think thai he Is a mouomanlac.
Had only eeen him once or twice iieiore we were
put together and charged with a 'conspiracy.' 1
don't 1* lle\>- that a single one of the other pris
oners liau ? .1 a-> much as a suspicion, for, other
wise, mey woiiid un ioubttslly have reasoned the
man out of his folly. w hat use was he going lo make
of the shells? Throw lueui Into fie Jim? What
Intent 1<>u,w li it object could there have been In such
an undertaking? I re^n* t, no sale* man Would be
cqiable 01 sucu a thing. iJhgg, as lar as 1 can
Judge hun. see.., to lie ma. tyreil; and to lie candid
would like me re.it of in to gowuh hl.u. Did he
||I11 I hose Instruments Into his cell so that tliey
might be loitnd? 1 hat is the question i have been
a^.-?.:ig m> -eit. |f he had them l here for any pur
po~ this Is the only one thai looks pl.iu lbletome.
He wanted to tile, thinking thereby to help the
cause of labor. Hut he wanted us to die al-o. Per
haps he thought that the bmi and -iur .it way to
bring mis about was to place a few bombs I11 his
ceiL I have never ne t as peculiar a m in as he in
my life, and toraaier i a y?ar 1 have considered
him a monomaniac, and have had homing to do
with him, You me tocimdeuin hli action. It
liUsekMs to t oudemn the action of an irresponsible
man. If any one holds us, or anyone of us rcspon
sitii'' tor Lingg'i deedi, then 1 can't see way we
j shouldn't be held responsible for any mischief
I whatsoever committed In me world, and it has
I actually con.e to ih.it. We are being made the
j scapegoats foreveyililug."
K re Idea and scawab concum-d In this state,
m'-nl. Fischer wrote: "I don't kuow wlia, lo think
of It. 1 cannot comprehend thai Lihgg intended
to lake me lives of tue jail officials, wuo In every
respect have treated us very klnd.y. Neither do
I believe that Llng^ wanted lo commit suicide,
because lie possessed loo much courage. The
whole affair Is a puzzle tome. May my fate be
what it may. I will bt gralelui to tue Jail olllclals
for Uielr kind treatment lo the last."
LiMMi'S SWKKTUCAK T SAYS SHE H AD NOTHINO TO DO
WITH THIS BOMBS.
Eda Miller, Llngg's sweetheart, denied to a re
porter yesterday that she was In any way con
nected with the possession of the bombs by the
aery young anarchist. "I couldn't have given
Llngg those bourns had I w ahl> d lo," she said. "I
always lalked wilh ulm at the grating near the
e.xaudh ng cutfe^ unj almost in frohl 01 llie main
door. You couldn't put a cigar through these, lor
I fried It once.'*
The discovery of the bombs Is treated by Par
sons, in an oi>en letter, a.i a "lake" and put up Job
to uianufat'ture public sentiment against the an
archills. He used argument 10 show 1 hat bombs
of tue hl/eof thou- loan l in the cell cou.d not be
passed thr- ugn tl, grating of me wire cage. He
charges 1 he jail officials wim placing them in the
ce.l during exerels*111 uur-.
>-jgcl is r porteil to have said to representatives
of the Amnesty Am> iation that his letter given
to the public a sii irt time ag<% in which lie ex.
pressed himself like r irioiis, as wisnirig either
liberty or death. Was forced irom him by a power
ful oulsitl inilu- uc ?, me nature of whlc t he dares
nol d.vul.--. 11 ? ;;;io declared lh.it, against Ills
w ill, lie had been prevented from signing the pen
Hon Wiilt-U sp.-., t. H, and ScnWaonad ad
dreis?d to tio\. Ugleibf.
The secret iry of m? Amnesty Association has
rc'-eitei a tw.-i\e-j>uge letter wntieu in r>\l ink
and il,ned "U .tub In rower."" '1 he wilier says he
threw the iMi.nb at me Haymarket, and 11 Was In
I revenge lor .111 injury receive d In July. Hede
? k nin-s minutely tue circumstances of that fatal
ilgi*.
1 ne Chicago police claim to have found a num
ber of bo:abs t.ii w e,t Norm avenue yesterday.
. 1 he gallows upon which the anarchists are to
1 hang has been prepared, and Is now in the base
> menl of the county jail.
ANARCHISTS SNl BBkD BY MISLSTKH THILM.
Adepuiation protesslng tc represent the liberal
and radical clubs of London and ihe provinces vis
ited the L'nlted States legation in London yes
terday 10 present to Mr. Phelps a protest' against
the execution of the Chicago anarchists and to
a-k him 10 cable It to the governorof Illinois. The
deputation were without cn-dentl Is and were all
unknown 10 the minister, who declined lo receive
the protest or lnteriere in any way In the matter.
?o?
A Moaih of Dluulcrik
OCTOBER S KECOKIi or UKKF.. BY STORM AND ACCIDENT
ON THE GREAT LAKHS.
The month of October shows an aggregate of
??HT, accidents and disasters on all the lakes, 117
more than In September this year, and 115 more
than la October last year. They occurred as fol
lows: Lake Michigan, l?7; Lake Huron, the straits,
and Sauit Klvcr, M>; rivers, ls; Lake superior, 15;
Georgian Hay, 1:1; Lake si. cialr, :ti; Lake Krle
and W ellaud canal, 15; Like ont irlo 1U. Money
loss for the month. <1.0?>i,x.V.i, an increase over
September of IXV.'t,:**!.
I Ke konlng in live., 1 ist with the steamer Vernon
I*J P*T>'in w r ? dr.iwa ?! iro n vessel* in October
Ml the gli al iat.e.i. li ail t ie,- |o,?sj could be
lht>roaglii> love,, igated tin-re Is every reason to
believe U1.1; it wou.il be Iound thai the direct
cause iif tiior-? llian one-ha I oi I ,eu; was overload
Ing. Nine tlt.es ..ut of !? n tii.,osiers th..i are at
ii'ii)Ui'*vt i?> *>ir?*vio? wca! j'T.ir* r-'jily fro.u curry
lii4 loo UIK'U ? ,i th * uiuU rwnjfni icx>k
10i uui oouiparv lurbiiisot lttdliis
?r!l!l In- louoogf oi iliat iaiv
lt??t on in,' Va -y w.>uia UaU it out. Never
in the 111*lory ot the Ulte iu irin? has ttie ilftn/pr
ous prjiikt oi otfvr.oadiu; vr>.v*t> been currkxl 10
mu li iu fxiMm* ^ Ulj m'jmjij, Kveryoae inter
eeUM lu La *e Liw*.- it, and yet no one
huj "'j cucck iti-j t'V'U
u(i*4 Mtc lielMi."
KIOHT THOCSAKD PUW0W8 8 IK** AD B 0'HIW W THB
muwi jail. _
Eight thousand persons assembled In *rontJ*
the Tullamore Jail Sunday e?^'
by bar ds of music playing "God 84Te Ireland.
Mr. O'Brien appeared at one of the windows and
waved his handkerchief. The fyr-nnan .Journal
says that Messrs. O'Brien and Mandeville hare
sscs ;ss ?rfrgS3Bsg
Un" V ^'rat.T.TlS he^ a memter^ro;
horrified, he
spect for William O'Brien. Hewas horrmed, he
said, by the reports of the
wnieii Mr. O'Brien had to hrei Mr^
more JaO. The government had tried to break Mr.
O'Briens gallant spirits, and.
deavor, was determined to take)Us I11?. in
dance with Mr. Sex .on's motion, the council aa
1Un^overnor of Tullamore JUl y^rtay
fused the demand of Mr. ?Jf*0n learning
magistrate, to see Mr. O ^-tPi Vo hold Intel?
thai a magistrate had a leg* rttf" hold In^r
course wiih a prisoner, sent for Mr Mtwrhead ana
loformed him t hat the deeired intervlew would^e
i be atmosphere In to^have* a fatgd
bread und water diet, is lUely to have a Ut^
effect oa a consumptive P??ih- T{)? ^nki fs
down of Mr. O'Brien's cousUtuUon ^
only a Question oi time. Mr. Moorh make
O'Brien whether he had any complUnt tomake
regarding his treatment, and Mr. O Brten rep^
tu.it, uis system had not been lxcJt?~.rf Mr Vnnr
Seventy of tneofflcials. Mr.
head says, appeared cheerful and determined.
France'* ?if*' Hfandal.
CAFFARKL DIM IS THAT HE RKCRIV.D MON.T FOR
D1C0RATI0KS.
The t-lal of Gen. caffarel, Mme.
Rattazzl and lieu. d'Andlau for selling Legl
Honor decorations, was commenced in I axis yes
terday. All the defsndants were prei*nt exrept
Gen. d'Andlau. Gen. Caffarel was examined, and
admins entering into business relations with
^ln "^chamber of?deputles to-day Gen. Ferron
Jnui? ifw?r stated that the government had
nor deemed It expedient during the mobilization
oi ih. seventeenth ?rmy wrpjW en'orw^^*
SnU^Th^e^ment? h? said, had not; been J>ro.
SlSiSSmX"
department was now working ^ remedy. He con
eratuiued ihe deput es upon giving fresh vifcor w>
Uie patriotic feelings of remark
Ing the mobilization experiment. This remark
was gtveted with applause.
Mobility In trouble.
A TOO'fl MAN IS JAIL IS HBMPHIS WHOSE TATH1R 19
RAID TO Bk AS ?ARL.
From the Mempliw Avalanche.
A handsome young man, with blond hair and
whiskers, lirs In the county Jail, awaiting there
suit of his application for a new trial on a three
years' sentence passed upon him last week for
picking the pocket of the clerk of the Chancery
court of Carroll of more than $130 during the visit
of the President to Memphis.
The voung man's name la Kenwood, or at
that is" the name he gave the police who arrested
him and he is a* bright and wide-awake a citizen
is ii'as been within the clutches of the law here for
m an\ ?? day He has maintained his self-possession
u^ugbSw. "nd has never betrayed the si ghtest
nervousness, tuough the proof was almost dead
?i'iii-t rilin ironi the beginning, and JudgeDu
SSse publlcaUy censured the Jury ior bringing in
""vesterdayBt Gem" P. M. Turner, who defended
Kenwood said: "He is the black sheep of a
i.oole English family, and his father Is an earl
who-e name Is known throughout England. Of
thit1 amc<?nvlnced by proofs which 1 do not care
toma^e puouc. lie has a married sister living lu
Toronto, Canada, who is promlMntlyldenun
wllh the can Milan government, and Itis with this
famllv that we have had our communications.
"How was It lirougut about?"
?'1.7 soon as Kenwood found he wreln serious
trouble lie asked that the lact be telt^-raphed the
BanK of Toronto, aad_ said he could get financial
aid from lhat source."
-Ui i he receive a reply?
"Yes, and a very prompt one.
"Mow (lid it read?" _ ....
"To the effect tnat any amount of money that
might be necessary to secure bond ?or Kenwood
would be forthcoming at once, aiid^ I think that
i his at least establishes his claim to wealthy
relatives or friends, whether they be tltaed ones
or not." After the receipt of this telegram Ken
wood's attorney appeared before the court and
isked to lie allowed to deposit $1,300 In cash for his
rele .ae an i as a bond lor his appearance when
next wanted for trial. "I will not
Judg * DuBose, "so there's an end of the matter.
"But your honor," said the P^soner scounseL,
?suppose he never comes back, the $i,uUU will oe
$300 ayear lor his services, which will be more
than he will be worm to the state if forced u>
serve out tue time for which he ha? been sen
W"Sa't care," replied Judge DuBose; "no money
will be taken as security by ib?s court. II I were
to turn that man out on $1,300 forfeit, he would
steal Ave times lhat amount irorn honest people
in tae same length of time." And thus it is that
the chances are that Kenwood, the son of an 6Mh
or whoever he may be, will. In ail lU^Ub'Jod, iwrje
ills term as a common thief, in spite of all his rich
relations and lnfluenila rieuds.
Lorn at ti.tl Mghi.
A MIDNIOHT MARRIAOK IN ST. LOCIS.
A telegram to the New York Ttimut from Mem
phis, November 6, says: A sensation was created
In society circles here to-day when the news came
of the midnight marriage in at. Louis, yesterday',
of Mr. K. C. Brlnkley, the youthful manager of a
minstrel show, and Miss Valurla Harrison, of Flor
ence, Ala. Tliey loved at first sight, it is said, and
that they might not be divided M13H Harrison
join il the troupe, anJ has for two weeks been lol
lowingltln Its tour through Tennessee aud Ken
tucky. The groom Is a member of the wealthiest
f iiully In Tennessee, with several million dollars
among thein. He Ls a nephew of John Overton,
jr., and a brother of Hugh Brlnkley, whose con
nection and suits with a New York adventuress
several years ago gave rise to the decision on the
marriage laws of New York State upon which
tlie plot of the play "Tangled Uvea" is said
to have btvn founded. Young Brlnkley is about
twenty-two years old, and has long been a great
patron of amateur sports. About two years ago
ins guardian decided to make a civil engineer of
him. und wuh this in view sent him to a school of
polytechnics In New York. He came home last
summer and went out with an amateur base-bail
ciub. It is alleged paying all expenses himself. At
tae close of the season he organized and went on
the road with a minstrel show, of which be was
tae financial backer. The troupe was composed
of young men oi good family, who passed under
a.v-umed names. Ills marriage ls a severe shock
to his aristocratic relatives here.
?>?
Tho dumber of the Stan.
From Good Wonls.
some astronomers have devoted special atten
tion to counting the number of stars which may
be seen with the naked eye, and the result has
been that, even to person* gifted with more than
ordinary powers of vision, there are not so many
as 4,000 stars at any time visible above the hori
zon. But a very different result presents Itself
when the heavens are surveyed through a tele
sco|ie. Countless numbersof stars then come Into
view which were previously Invisible, and the
more powerful the telescope used the greater the
number of stars revealed to observation, until
finally the conclusion ls arrived at that the num
ber of stars visible in the heavens Is limited only
bv the optical capacity of tho instrument which
the observer may employ in his survey. A familiar
illustration of this ls furnished by the well-known
group of stars known as the Pleiades, surveyed
with the naked ey. this interesting object is
seen to consist of only some six or seven stars;
but when observed with an ordinary opera
glass the entire field of view ls tilled
vuiit a beautiful congeries of distinct stars. The
great astronomer, sir William Herschel, who far
surpassed other astronomers in the profundity of
liK explorations of the stellar heavens, has left
upon record some striking results of his observa
tions illustrative of the immense multitude of
stars which a poweriul telescope Is capable of re
vealing. it may be proper to remark that when
the stars are surveyed even with a telescope of
moderate capacity they aie seen traveling in
quick succession through the neld of view of the
instrument, an optical illusion attributable to the
diurnal revolution of the earth upon its axis,
licischel,while eugaged In surveying some regions
of the MUky M ay, found that In the short Interval
of .. quarter of au hour as many as 110,000 stars
passed through th - field of his telescope. On an
other occasion he estimated that In 41 minutes
there pa-ssed In review before him the Immense
number oi ~.">s,000 stars.
The LaicM KnxlUh Crate.
From Labourbere'a London Letter.
We are threatened with a new craze, which,
properly worked, deserves to become aa popular as
walking round the agricultural hall used to be.
Napolean Bird Is astonishing the north of Knglmd
with long-distance pianoforte performances. Last
week this artist played at Stockport for thirty-six
and a quarter hours without stopping, thereby
beating his own beat previous record by eleven
and a quarter hours. Although much troubled by
sleepiness during the last hoar or two, he seemed
to have nnisuod very nt, and wound up by tinging
"Mule Briitania" to hla own accompaniment. At
present there seems to be no rival In the held. But
when we get two or three men playing against
one another on different pianos the sport will be.
come exciting as well as luteilectuaL
A Diplomatic SquABtut in Madagascar.?The
government of Madagascar has notified the treaty
powers of its refusal u> receive the exequatur of
any consul through the French resident, because
M. de V.lera, the resident, has stated that England
has consented to the exequatur of Mr. Hoggard,
th* British consul at Tamaiav, passing through
his hands. Tne British surrender has created
surprise, while M. do filers systematic Ignoring
of the willoughby-PatrimoDi treaty has rendered
a mwIw rirrntii between him and the Maiagaaay
prew.er Impossible.
Apostle (to countryman)?"I see you wear the
blue ribbon, sir. You look upon rum as a curse, of
course?' countryman?1"No; there aint no inan
In our township what kin drink more nor I kin. I
took t iai blue rlbbou fo. the secouj biggest hog at
the county fair." Apostle?"You ought to have
taken Oral prize, my friend."? fexat afrtingt.
Salllvaa la I .??den.
enthusiastic reception op the ammucax pcoi
I LIST?-MITCHELL DEFIED.
John L. Sullivan arrived in London yesterday.
A crowd of 2,."00 persona assembled at the railway
station to welcome him, and when the train ar
rived a wild rush was made (or the car which he
occupied. In the eagerness to catch a glimpse of
the pugilist many men jumped on the roof of the
car. The excitement was great. When Sullivan
alighted from the car he was presented with a
bouquet tied with his ring colors. He was wildly
cheered and found great dlOlculty In escaping
from the mob which crowded around him. A car
nage was In wtilting tor him and he was driven to
the office of the Sporting I Aft. Bis greeting there
was also very enthusiastic.
Th* Wild nan Captured.
H? HAD FOR Wins 'PRlnRTBIfBD WOMEN AND
CHILDREN NEAR GREENWOOD LAIR.
A telegram to the New York Nun from Middle
town, N. Y., Not. 5, says: For some weeks past the
thinly settled, mountainous district along the New
York and New Jersey border line west of Green
wood Lake has been kept In a state of alarm by
the appearance of "? wild man," who recently
took up quarters In the swamps and forests in the
neighborhood. The strange creat'tre washatles&
shoeless, raggt d. and wild eyed, w.tb long matted
hair una beard. He ventered out from his hiding
places occasionally, usually In the night, for the
purpose, apparently, of getting food. wh"B ap
proached by any of the neighbors he would turn
and tly like a deer to the recesses of the forest.
The women and children were wrought up to a
hl<h degree of alarm by the appearance of the for
bidding figure. When the story flew rrom house
to bouse, about three weeks ago, ot the abduction
and maltreatment of Miss Olive Welsh, daughter
of Benjamin Welsh, a respectable tanner living
near Amity, the outrage was set down us the work
of the wild man, and the fright and anxiety ot the
women of the isolated households oecame doubly
Intensified.
soon after dark one night, about ten days ago.
Miss May Hunt, the young daughter of Andrew
Hunt, a farmer living in a secluded locality near
Llbertyville, was almost paraiyzed by (right on
seeing the wild-eyed and uncouth b lng peertng in
at the window of the kitchen where she was at
work. Her little brother and she were alone in
the house, the rest of the family not yet having
returned from a trtp to Bumerviile. But her
father bad told Miss May where to llnd a loaded
pistol, and had Instructed her how to use It In case
any Impudent stranger came upon the premises.
With the pistol in her hand she plucked up cour
age, and, opening the door, she blazed away twice
at the figure she saw swiftly retreating Into the
cover of darkness.
When Mr. Hunt heard the story of his daugh
ter's adventure he determined to make an effort
to rid the neighborhood of Its obnoxious visitor.
He found an opportunity on Tuesjay afternoon,
when he discovered the wild man in the edge of a
piece of woods on his farm. He gave chase and
overtook and seized the fugitive,who ylel.ied.when
caught, without much resistance. He proved wild
and lllghiy in action and emaciated In
figure. and altogether a pitiable object.
For some time he would not speak a
word, but alter Mr. Hunt had given
hlin fiKHl he was induced, In answer to persistent
questioning, to say that his name was John
Churchill, and thai he had beeu living in Kansas,
and had been robbed of all his property there; that
he now lived in the woods because he wanted to
get a way from the people wno were persceuting
him. When he had said this much he sullenly
closed his lips and refused to say another word.
Mr. Hunt took him before a magistrate In Branch
vllle, who committed him to the county Jail at
Newton as a vagrant, and to undergo medical ex.
amlnallon as to his sanity.
A Sane Ian Legally Inaiane.
I 80CND AND RAnONAL, YET DEBARRED FROM ALL A
I CITIZEN'S PRIVILEGES.
A I.anslng, Mich., special to the Philadelphia
Pre** Nov. 5, says: The case of Kllsha W. Cool
i Idge, of this place, has no parallel in the history ol
the state. Nine years ago he was sent to the asy
I lum at Kalamazoo as an Insane man, and he was
I there three months when he was turned over to
the care of a relative as being cured. The relative
was to bring him back to ihe asylum If his
malady returned. The Julge ot probate, who
sent nim to the asylum, failed to appoint a
guardian for his children, and his personal
effects had bt:eu sold. Then he begin a long
flgul to get possession ot his farm and to get a
lormal discharge from the asylum. He was
not- able to get me authorities of the codnty to
have htm discharged, and while he was still re
garded in law as an insane man, he could not gel
hold ot his property, nor could he appear In court
or at Ihe auction block to prevent the foreclosure
ol a mortgage on the properly, and as the children
hail no guardian their interests were not protected.
For years he has trted to get himself legally dis
charged and set up as a man again, but the most
peculiar and Insurmountable difficulties have
anvii, and there he now stands?a man who can
not m ike a contract, vote, assume any responsi
bility on behalf ol his children, buy property, or do
anything tnat a etti/.en usually lias a right to do.
He, to-day, as a last resort, appealed to Gov. Luce
to euibo.ly in his message to lue legislature a rec
ommendation that tne legislature help him out o(
the difficulty by passing a special act.
He Thought She Proponed to Him.
Ithaca, N. Y? Dispatch to the New York Hun, Nov. 5.
There is a grAat dual of fun In every nook and
corner of Cornell's University Just now over an In
cident which occurred bere this week. At the be
ginning of every term an alphabetical list of stu
dents is issued by the registrar, giving the resi
dence of each person enrolled In the university.
Occasionally a mistake is found In this list, sev
eral days ago one of the Sage College ladies, of
prepossessing appearance, in looking over proofs
of this year's list of students, detected a silglit
error In her name, and hast ned to the registrar's
office to correct it.
"Are you engaged Just now?" was the nrst ques
tlon asked the registrar, wno was In blissful igno
rance of the lady N mission, and who* mind evi
dently was wandering in matrimonial channels.
"No, Indeed," replied the gallant official with
some little emphasis, his face at the same time be
coming the very embodiment ol great expectations
and pleasant anticipations of the approaching leap
year.
"Well, then, I should like to change my name,"
said the (air visitor, with a bewitching smile on
her face.
"<>h. you would!" gasped the young man, his
countenance radiant beyond all expression.
And then the youug lady undertook to explain
matters more In detail, much to the great discom
fiture and mortification of the assistant, whose
I hopes blossomed, bloomed, and were blasted in the
short space of a minute.
Fiah Swimming In Oil.
! A STRANGE DISCOVERT ON A PRAIRIE FARM IN MIN
NESOTA.
A telegram to the New York Sim from Albert
Lea, Minn., November ?, says: A few weeks ago
this community was excited over the discovery ol
natural gas upon the farm of A. O. Hazard, a few
miles from this city. Yesterday another discovery
was made in the same neighborhood which Is more
wonderful If not more Important. The first Inti
mation ot gaseous deposits was the on that cov
ered a small stream flowing through Mr. Hazard's
(arm. The same phenomenon had been visible (or
a number of years. Yesterday morning, while two
men in the employ of Mr. Hazard were digging at
the base of a srnull hill whence this stream flowed,
they noticed a sudden increase In the oily deposit.
They dug Into what seemed to be a natural basin
In a cleft formed by two large rocks. The excava
tion made was rapidly filled with a thin, yellowish
oil, and after the hole had been cleared of debrts It
tilled quite rapidly with oil, which spouted In thin
jets from the sides of the basin.
A blast was necessary for further developments.
This made an opening two feet wide In the side of
the basin, showing a large cavernous hole, from
which proceeded a strong smell of olL It was
some time before the men dared to enter, being
afraid of an explosion, but a safety lamp was pro
cured from an old coal miner, who also volunteered
to explore. He was gone but a few moments when
he returned aDd called for a palL This was fur
i nlsiied, and he re-entered the cavern. When he
came out he had the pall full of the thin, yellow
lsh oil, which, tree from dirt, was clear and urans
' lucid.
But a greater surprise was at hand. There ap
peared to be something living In the oil. closer
examination showed that there were at least fifty
small fish swimming about In the olL as lively and
unconcerned, apparently, as a speckled trout in
his nallve stream. The flsh averaged from an
inch to two inches long. They were of a bright
yellow color, and without scales. They resembled
the fish of the river in Mammoth Cave in that they
had uo eyes, in all other resp cts save those men
tioned they were like the common minnow. Several
pounds of this wondenul vanety of the llnny trtbe
were taken out. An old Frenchman, who was
once engaged In the sardine fisheries off the coast
of France, prepared some of the flsh (or the table,
and declared them to be equal to the best sardines.
Several scientific gentlemen are now analyzing
and experimenting with the oil, with a view of as
certaining lis value.
Pea I teat stage-struck Runaway*.
THE MOTHER OF ONE OF THE WOMEN BECOMES IN
SANE THROUGH GKIEF.
A special to the New York World from St. Louis,
November a, says: Mra. George H. Moore and Miss
Lena Bennett, stage-struck runaways from Evans
vllle, hare had a bitter experience. Miss Bennett
was finally Induced to return home, but not until
her father came a third time to the city, bringing
with him Fred. Haines, her affianced husband,
a promising young business man of Evansvllle.
Mr. Haines saw Miss Bennett first, afterward
f.akrlnor Har tt\ ?
??-I wui|nv?ci| wivagiUM UUWQ UUll
crying for forgiveness and to go home to her
mother. Not halt an hour after the meeting oc
curred a telegram was received from Evansvllle
announcing that Mrs. Bennett had become Insane
that when she had been left alone but a few mo
menta she pulled her hair out in handful* and
finally became so wild that for her own safety it
was found necessary to remove her to an asylum.
When Vt. Bennett finished reading the telearam
too, seemed to have lost ail reason and
shouted, moaned and wept, and it was oniv
through the efforts of his t&ughier andotherelD
the house that he was finally quieted. A physician
administered an anodyne to the heart-broken
man, and be rented easily until train time. Whea
Mrs. Moore realized thatshe had b?ntestedb!
the partner of her unfortunate freak she wem
plteoualy and threw herself mto a violent fever
she said that she believed she had been deserted
ky *11 her frieada, and that even her mother and
uu?crJl?d not answered her telegrams. In all
probability sue will return either to her husband
or mother if an opportunity is afforded.
E. Berry Wall, who has been attending the rim
at Washington, is disgusted with the exqulatteSrt
Turk World.
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AUCTION SALES.
T
fj> HOMAS DOWUMO, Aucuoneec.
HIGHLY VALUABLE RESIDENCE, No. 950 SEVEN
TEENTH STREET. BETWEEN I AND K
STREETS (OPPOSITE FARRAGUT SQUARE)
NORTHWEST, AT AUCTION.
Op SATURDAY, NOVEMBER NrSETCF.NTn.4
188 <.at FOUR D'CUK'R, in front of the premises,"
? "ell Lot 48 of Joeeph Redfern's subdivision
of Lot 29 and s psrt of Lot 27. in Square 128. belli*
the south 20 feet of Original Lot 29. in "Aid square,
improved by a two-story-and-basemeut brick residence,
with mansard roof and all the modern improvement*.
The house is in first-cl&ss condition, and the locality
for a private residence is among the best in that section
ot the city.
Terms: One-third cash, the residue in two equal
payments, at ail and twelve mouths, with notes bearing
interest, and secur-d by a deed of trust on the property
?old. Conveyancing and recording at cost of pur
chaser; #300 deposit will be required at the time of
sale.
n8-dts THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
JJUNCANBON BROS., Anctioneera.
EXCELLENT BLACK RIDING HORSE. FINELY
GAITED, ABOUT NINE YEARS OLD. FORMER
LY 1HE PROPERTY OF ALLEN ARTHUR. AT
AUCTION.
THU RSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER TENTH,
at TWELVE O'CLOCK we will sell, in front of our
saieerooins, 9th and D streets nortt.est, the above
Fi e R ding Horse, to which we respectfully call the
kt^ution of parties In search of a valuable rutin*
horse. n8-2t
Trustees sale of unimproved alley
LOTS IN SQUARE NO. 512. AT AUC1I0N.
By virtue of a deed of trust to the undersigned t
. .^7? *'!r" 1887, and recorded in Lilwr No.
& 'olios 202 et soq , oi the l.alul Records of.
the District of Columbia, aud by direction oi the t>?rty
secured thereby, we will sell hi public auction in iront
of' > Premise? on MONDAY, NOVEMBER FOUK
TEENTH, 18?7, at FOClt O'CLOCK P. M., all of lot*
numbered sixty, *lxty-one sud sixty-two, tii hht?e
maker and Fox's subdivision of original lot No. 13, in
sq.ao. ol^. said lots irontiug on alley between 4th
and ;>th and N and o streets n. w.
Terms: One-half cash, and balance at one year, with
interest at six per cent per annum, and secured by dw?d
of trust. Title rood. *50 to be deposited at time
of sale. ALBERT V. FOX, (
? LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER.J lrUBteeK
W. B. WILLI A M8 k OO.t Auctioneers. n8-3t
fJlHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
TWENTY-BIX VALUABLE BUILDING LOT8 IN
^ UNIONTOWN, D. C., AT AUC 1'ION.
^.f^TUKrfDAY AtTElvNOON, NOVEMBER .
FIFTEENTH, 1887. coniiueiic-u^ at THREE^
O CLOCK, 1 shall sell in fiont oi the premises^^^
the tollowiug property: Lots 527 to 534 inclusive, on
isylor street, between Washington and Jefferson
streets; lots 367 to 371 inclusive, on Adams street,
between tVsshiugton and Jefferson streets, lots 392
tD 404 inclusive, on Washington street, N't we n Fill
more and Market streets, in all twenty-six lots, finely
located, ami as proix-rty is rapidly advancing in value
in In.ontowu this sale shouid command the attention
ot parties desirinir prohtai le investment.
Terms made known at sale; conveyancing and re
cording at purchaser's cost; #50dcpoait on ? sell lot
at the time of sale. n7-dts
HOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. Real Estate Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATF.
ON MARYLAND AVENUE, BETWEEN FOUR
AND-A-HALF AND SIXTH STREETS SOUTH
WEST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of j**.
the District of Columbia, passed in equity cause^^f
No. 0340,1 will sell ut public auction, m front oi jfcii
the premises, on FRIDAY, THE TWENTY-EIUH i H
DAY OF OCTOBER, A. D. 1881, at HALF-PAST
FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. the east half of lot num)>ered
seven (7). m reservation U, situated on Maryland av
enue, between 4H and 0th streets southwest, improved
by a dwelling-house and a large brick stable.
Terms of sale: One-third is' cash, and the balance
of purchase money in six, twelve,and eighteen months,
with interest from day of sale, the pay inent thereof to
be secured by the promissory notes of the purchaser
or purchasers, or all the purchase money can be paid
cash on day of sale or on ratification of sals by the
conrt. A lien reserved on the property for purchase
inouey and interest. No deed given until pun base
money and interest be paid. A deposit ot #200 will be
required when projierty is knocked down. All convey
ancing at cost of purchaser If terms be not roinplied
with within ten days after sale the property will be re
sold at risk and coat of defaulting purchaser.
8. 8. HENKLE. Trustee.
Office 400 Louisiana ave,
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN, Auctioneer. olT-dids
rWTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ON Ac
count of incl? meucy of the weather until WEDNES
DAY, THE SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. D.
1881, at same hour and place.
o28-d&da 8. 8. HENKLE. Trustee.
rW THE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER POST
poued until MONDAY, the SEVENTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER, 1887, At the same hour and place, by con
sent of parties. h. 8. HENKLE,
n2-dflsds Trustee.
^nr THE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER POST
PON'ED by couse.it of parties, until FRIDAY, THE
ELEVENTH DAY OF NO\E\lBEIi. 1887. at same
horn-amlpl .ee S. 8. HENKLE,
_n7-<lSds Trustee.
fXIHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
REAL ls i at:: south of the capitol. and
SITUATED IN SQUARES 037. 040 AND 093.
NEAR SOUTH CAPITOL STREET.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of t
the District of Columbia, passed lu the cmse of f
Baylies et al. vs. Famhain et aL, Equity No..
1(1.127, the undersiirned Trustees will seil at public
auction, in frcnt of the premiaes. on THURSDAY, the
SEVENTEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. D. 1887,
at 1 OI R O'CLOCK P. M , the followiinr-descnlod real
estate in the cityol Washington. D. C.. to wit. Lots
numbered twelve (12). thirteen (13). fifteen (15). six
teenilO), seventeen (17), eighteen (18i, twenty (20),
twenty-one (21), twenty-two (22). twenty-three (23).
twenty-four (24), twenty-five (25), and twenty-six
(20), m square uumbered six hundred and forty (940).
And also on FiUDAY. THE E1UHTU..1TH DAY op
NOVEMBER, 1887, at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., LoU
numbered three (3), nine (9), and fourteen (14). in
square numlwred six hundred and thirty-seven (037),
and on the SAME DAY, at HALt -PAsT FOUR P. M.,
Lot numbered ten (10) and the south twenty-five (25)
feet of Lot nine (9), in square numbered six hundred
and ninety-three (ti93i.
Terms of tale: One-third cish. and the balance in one
(li and two (2) years, with interest at 0 i>er cent, se
cured by deed of trust, or all cash, at option of the pur
chasers. A dejxsiit of #50 on each lot will be required.
Taxes will be paid out of the proceeds of sale. If terms
are not compiled with in ten days the right is reserved
to resell at the defaulting purchaser's coat. All con
veyancing at purchaser's cost.
JAMES H. TAYLOR 1
013 15th at. n.w? I
ROBERT FARNHAM. f Trustee*.
n.Vdfcda 1242 11th st. n.w.,j
In location, beauty, fertility, and plenty of water it ia
one of the most desirable in Piedmont. Vs.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF BRICK HOUSE AND LOT
No. 205 Q STREET NORTHWEST.
The undersiirned Trustee, by virtue of a decree
of tne Supreme Court ol the District of Columbia, Tjjjr
passed the 28th day of October, A. D. 1887, nitUiiii
Equity cause No. 10717. Equity (loi ket 27, will on
SATURDAY, THE TWELFTH DAY Or NOVEM
BER, A.D., 1887, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M.. in front of the premises, offer lor sile to the
hiirhest bidder, the east thirty-three (33) feet nine i'.i;
inches front of Ia>t six (0). by the depth of said lot. in
square five hundred and liftv-oiie (551), with the brick
house and frame bouses thereon
Terms of sale, as proscribed by the decree: One-third
cash, and the balance in oue an i two year.', with inter
est from the day of sale, fi r which the purchaser's nytes
will be required, secured by deed of trust on the i rop
ert y sold.or all cash, at the option of the pun baser. After
final rat.fication of the sale by the court, the Trustee
will convey the said pro|>erty to the purchaser or pur
chasers, his or their heirs or aseitrns. A d"poait of
#1()(> will be required at the lime ol sale. If the terms
of sale are not couip led with in ten days alter the sale,
t:ie premises may be re-sold at the iisk and cost of the
delaultini.' pun baser on one week's public notice. All
couveyaucintc and recording at the cost of the pur
chaser.
L. CABELL WILLIAMSON. Trustee,
490 I-a. avenue.
W'ALTER B. WILLIAMS t CO.. Am ta. nl-a&dbs
rp HOMAS E. WAGGAMAN. Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF LOT, IMPROVED ON THE
REAR THEREOF BY TWO FRAME HOUSES.
By virtue of ad edof trust, duly reco ded inliberaafc
No. 1102.tollo6D,et seq..uf the Laud Records of tilrffe
District ol Coluinbia.and at the request of the party Six
thereby secured, we will sell at public auction, in front
of the premises, on fAft RDAi, NOVEMBER 12TH
NEXT, at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., lot 5 in R. M. Hall'a
subdivision of square 774. as per plat in Liber W". F. 2,
fol.olOO, of the records of the surveyor's office of
said District, improved by two two-story frame
houses on the rear of said lot.
Terms: One-third cash- balance In three equal in
stallments In six, twelve and eighteen mouths.for which
notea of purchaser, bearing interest from dav of sale
and secured by deed of trust on property sold, will be
taken, or all cash, at option of purchaser. A deposit
of #100 will be required at time of aale, and all con
veyancing and recording at purchaser's cost Terms
to be complied with in twelve days from sale, or prop
erty will be resold at risk and cost of itefaulting pur
chaser. THOS. E. WAGGAMAN,)
JOHN W. PILLING. ! lrURl0M
THOS.E. W AO( i A MAN . A uct, n2-d&d?
Great baruain-thufarm known as bon
me Doou will be sold at public auction on SAT
UltDAY. NOVEMBER NINETEEN. This farm con
talus 178 acres, lies near Cul|>eper Court-House, Va.
?_ ? ? ? -?? ateritii
n5-4t*
rpHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
BALE OF VALUABLE improved PROPERTY-ON
THE NORTHEAST CORNER !OF FIRST AND G
STREETS NORTHWEST?70l FIRST STREET
northwest.
By virtue and under the provisions of the last.
will of Peter Monaghan, deceased, duly admitted"
to probate and recorned In the office ol the Registerj
of W ills, the undersigded will offer for ssle, a public
auction, in front of tne premises, on WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER, SIXTEENTH, 1887.AT FOUR O'CLOCK
P. M? the following-described real estate situate in
the city of Washington, to wit: Part of Lot numbered
twenty-seven (87), lu MoGuire's subdivision of Square
uumbered six hundred and twenty-four (024), situate
on the northeast corner of First and G streets north
west, and fronting 25 feeton First street and running
back 80 feet, uniform width, aud improvements there
on, consisting of a three-story brick store and dwell
ing?701 First street northwest.
Terms of saL; One-third cash: balance in one aud
two years, for which the notes of the purchaser, se
cured by a deed of trust on the premises sold and bear
ing aix per oeut ii ternst from the day of sale, shall be
given, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A de
positor #100 required wheu pro|>erty is struck off.
All conveyancing at purehaser'a cost. If terms of sale
be not complied with within ten days from day of sale,
the undersigned reserves the right to resell at risk and
cost of purchaser after five days' advertisement in a
newspaper published in Washington, D. o.
_ (Signed) THOS. GEARY,
n5-q*da Executor and Trustee.
TAUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE UN DErI)ECREF. OF COURT OF
1.LKVEN OF THOHK FINK BRICK DWELL
INGS, ON EAST CAPITOL STREET, BETWEEN
SECOND AND THIRD STREETS EAST, AND
THREE ON HUUTM A STREET, IN THE SAME
SQUARE.
By virtu* of a decree passed by the Supreme.^
Court of the District of Columbia. li? Equity?!*
Cause -o. 4291. Phuiulx Mutual Life InauranceEk
Company va. Albert Orant et aL. I will sell at uub?ic
auction, in front of the premises, on TU i.bDAY, THE
FIFTEENTH DAYOF AoVKMliER. 1887, at l"OUR
0"CL0CKP. M. (aale to be continued the next day at
the same hour, if necessary). Lots numbered one (1).
three (3). four (4),.Ave (5), six (?), eight (8). nine (?>,
ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12). fourteen (14).slx
?een.UO), seventeen (17>, and eighteen (18), ot the
subdivision of square numbered seven bandied and
sixty (70 ?), lu the City of Waahington, D, C.. as the
Mme is of record in the office ot the survsyor of the
District of^ Columbia. These lots are improved
with desirable brick dwellings, and wiU be sold sspe
rately.
Terms at sale; One-fourth caah and the balance at
six, twelve, and eighteen ir.ontha, for which the notes
of. the purchaser, bearing Interest from, the day of
sale, will b taken aud a lieu retain don the prsnilsss
sold, or aU caah. at the option of the pare baser.
All taxes and ssaeesments due at the time of sale, in
cluding all amounts necessary to nideem the property
sold from auy tax aale thereof, will be nuraUs out of
the purcuase money. A deposit at 8600 will be re
quired of the purchaser of each lot at the time of sale.
A policy of insurance sgalnst Ore wttl be required of
the pnrchsser ou the buT.dliar on each lot sold, ia such
amount as the Trustee
DUNCAN SON BROS. 016 FstoTw
Auctioneers. o21-d
AUCTION SALES.
THW tniHMOO\.
Heal Estate Agents. 300 B st. I.e.
TRUSTEE'S SAI.K OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL K8TATK OK NORTHWKsT CORNER or
MARYLAND AVtNUF. AND TENTH STREETS
SOUTHWEST. IN WASHINGTON. 1) C
By Ti to* of a died of tmat. dated April .10. A P.
18R.\recorded id l-iber So 11 tti.Foiio 43<>.ei ?n J?
one of the land records lor lb* District ol Columbia. Kt
aud at the written request ot the j*rty secured Ihere
by, 1 will aell et public sale iu iroutot tbe . remises on
TUESDAY. the eighth day of November. a.
D. lKli?, at HALF-PAS 1 F>UK O'C.-O KP M.. all
that certain piece or i<srcel of land aud premises
known aud dlsliuviiisbed on the ground p an or rlst
of the city ol Washington In the I I strict of Columns
as lot lettered A. of KiJIuui B Todd's naMniiKtn of
aqnare uumbered flute huudred aud fitty-two ?352i,
together with all the improvement*. wa)s easements,
rights. privil.ges. thereto.
Terms of aale. One third of the purchase money In
caah. aud the balance tb raof in two equal instslmen's.
In six and twelve month* from th* day f aale, with in
terest there.tu at the rate of six i?r<-entuiu peranunm.
to lie secured by the note* of the puri haeer or pur
chaser* thereof and an approved deed ol' trust on the
property sold: or all cash, at tbe opttou of the pur
chaser or purrhaeer* thereof. A deposit .>i ('JIMI will
be required at time of sale from the pun luser or pur
t baa* rs thereof, and all rouveyaiiciug and m-oralu
ahall be at bis or her or their expeuse. If the terms of
sale are not complied within ten 1101 days from the day
of aale tbe trustee reserves tbe nrht to resell the prop
erty at tbe risk and cost of tbe defaulting purchaser or
purchasers, after at least five t.'o days' advertisement.
SEVMOUR W. Tl IOak'K.
Surviving Trustee.
DUNOANSON BROS.. Aucta. ,c2?
PEREMPTORY HALE ^)F TWO-STORy FRAME
HOI 8E, No. :154 Mi LEAS tVII.Mt NEAR
FOUK-AND-A-HALF slltl.Kl SOUTHW EST.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER.
EIGHTH. 18?7,at FIVE O'OLOt K, we will sell.J
In front of tbe premises,
LOT 87, SQUARE 540.
Improved by a two-story five-room Frame Dwelling,
irood cellar, water, and ma McLean aveuue ia between
Nando and 4*? aud .Id streets southwest. House
nearly new. Safe i>o*itivH.
Terms One -half cash. balance In one vear. note to
bear 0 per cent interest from day of sale, payable semi
annually.aud to be secured by deed of trust on premises
or all cash, at option of purchaser, a deposit of $ HMi.at
time of sale. Conveyancing. Ac . at purohsser's cost.
'1 enns to be complied with in ten days, otherwise right
reserved to resell at risk and coat of purchaser alter
five days' advert.seuient of such n-sale in some news
paper published m Washington, D C.
n4-,)t DUNCASSOh BROS.. Auctioneer*.
JJOBERT VOSE k CO..
PEREMPTORY SALF. OF I'NIMPROVF.D PROP
ERTY IN EAST WASHINGTON.
On TUESDAY. NOVEMBER KK.H1H, at
HALF-PAST FOUR P M . we will sell by public
Hiictioti lot No. 43,insquare sl.">,ou 4th street.be- ? -
tweeu A and B streets northeast. 18 leet by ltJO, to au
alley; a so the north Pi'i feet of lot 0, in square 814,
by a depth of 10"? 1-12 feet.
Terms at sale: t100 deposit on each lot at sale.
u4-4t ROBERT VOSE, Auctioneer.
CHANCERY SALE OF THAT VALU U1I.E LOT
l^ANM F1 HE-PROOF HUILDINGoS THE NORTH
EASr CORSE . OF EIGHTH ASI> O STREETS
SOUTHWEST. NOW OCCUPIED BY THE
UNITED SIATES AS THE BUREAU OF EDU
CATION.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the
Phi net ol Columbia, passed in Equity Cause So
103(18. Pocket 'JO, wherein Daniel Pratt Wright irlLi
complainant and Emma C. Wright et al. ar defendants.
I shall on THURSBAY, the TENTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER, A. D. 1887, at Fol'R O'CLOCK P M.. ofi r
forsa.e at auction in front of tbe premises, psrt of lot
numben-d three l3> in soiure nuinls red f ur hutidnd
and twi nty-uine (4'-'D>, in the city of Washington. P.
C.. Is-glnning forthe same st the southwest corner of
said lot aud runnlug thence east, ulontr o street north,
seventy feet: tie nee north thirty-nine and tweut
hundredths t.'19.-0) fe^t to thecenter of a party wall;
thence west sev. nty feet, aud tbeiu-esouthalomrEurhth
street west tbirty-uine and taeuty liuudrodtha (30 'JO)
feet to tbe place ol begiuulng, improv d by a iour
atory and basement brick fire proof I milling, now oc
cupied i,y tbe I'n.U*d Stales astfie Bureau of hducatlou.
Terms of sale?Oue-fotirth of the purchase money in
rash and tbe residue in tbrea equ.I instalments at re
spectively one. two and thro* year* from tbe day of
sale, with Interest at 0 i?t cent. i?r aumim. payable
semi-annually. The deferred paymeuis to be secunal
by the pun hsser's notes and a deed of tru-t ou ihe
property. or all tbe purchase money can l>e puid in cash.
A de|>oait of $o00 will be required at the time of
?ale.
All conveyancing and recording at the purchaser's
cost.
11 the terms of sale are not complied with within
twenty days alter sale tbe property will be resold at tbe
risk and cost of th* di Uniting nun 'baser.
REGINALD FENDALL. Trust.*,
Corner In st. and l.a. ave.
WALTER lJ. WILLIAMS & CO..
o'J0-d Auctioneera.
rpHOMAa DOWLIJiO^ Auctioneer.
TUU8TEE8' SAI.E OF FORREST HALL DRUO
STORK, OEORGETOWS. 1). C.. FOUMKRLY
OWNED BY C H. FICKL1NG A RARE CHAS'l E
FOR A BUSISESS INVESTMENT. TH ONLY
STORE IN THIS DISTRICl TH \T HAS A SPE
CIAL PllESCRU'I IOS DEPART MES T.
By virtue of a chattel deed of trust recorded in
liber 1173, fol. *J5i3, et seq.,one of the land records
of the District of Columbia, aud by; direction ol'
the party secured thereby, the uudersi?in d trustees
will sell at public auction, on the premise-, on FRI
DAY, the ELEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. I>.
1H8<, at II >Li"'-FAST FOUR O'CLoi'K 1'. >1 . all the
Kooit' and chattels in stoses 1','tMI slid 1 'Jti'.' :pjd or
Hitrj street. C?eoivetowu, l>. C.. consist ns uf al! stock,
fixtur s, sods fouatain. fount in cylinders, irencra
tor. safe, medicines, drum, lormuljp, pres. riptlon files,
show Hiudow. iras hxturea, or other turmtur- or slick
of any kind whatever coutained in said stores, as
S]>ecitieil in Schedule A attached to said deed.
Terms of sale: One-half cash, balance in notes at six.
twelve, and eighteen months, heariri; interest, and en
dorsed or sei'lire-1 by collateral to the sstislaction of
thetr ate?? or.all cash. All ixmvi yauciug and rn-ord
inir st pitrcliaser's ueuse. Cash de|>osit required of
t'i.'Kl. Terms to be wnjplied w.th in ten days or re
sale will be made after fiv? days public notice.
.1 ESSE H. WiL#>oS. i
1 \WI :ust aud 470 LouislaB'. avi nue. ? Trustees.
o31-l(lt FRANK B. CONGER }
Thrust EE's sale of desirable improved
. I ltOPERTY ON CAPITOL HILL. THO-STOKY
BRICK HOUsE WITH MDEUN 1MPRO YE
MEN 18, NO 517 A STREEOTSOl'THIlASl .
By virtue of adecreeof tbe Supreme Court of i be
District of Cotumbla,passed on the 5?7tb day of Oc
tober.lSS7.iu Equity cause No. 10,4^4,Docket '.'tt.lKk
the undersiirued will offer for sale on the premises on
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER TENTH. 188?. AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M., part of lot ten tlO) in s<|Uare eiaht
hundred and forty-two (84'J. i betriuning at the north
east corner of the said lot and runnnnr thence south
100 leet 4 Inches, thence west 17 leet 0?t inches,
thence north 10O leet 4 inches, and thence east 17
feet ti*? inches to tbe place of bcKinuintr, and improved
by a two-.itory bnck dwelling <-ontaiiiiuir 7 roomssud
cellar with inoduuu improvements.
Terms of sale Cash Taxes (nild to June 30, 1887.
Couveyauciuif at the i-ost of pu chaser. If th ten-is
of sale are not complied with in ten days alter sale, the
property may be re-sold on five days' notice at the risk
and cost of the defaulting purchaser, as provided by
the decree of sale. A dc|<osit of #100 will ls> required
at time of sale. J As. G PAYNE, rustee, City Hail.
THuMAS D iWXlNG. Auctioneer. o'.'0-dsds
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTA1 E. SITUATED UPON THE SOUTH
WEST CORNER OF INDIANA AVENUE AND
THIRD STREET SORT H A EST.
By virtue ot adeed of trust, dated Decemls-r oth.^a.
18?0, and duly record'-d in Lilier No. ti-t.'t, folio "
Si04. et se<|., uf thf laud records of the District ?
Columbia, and at th" written request of the i?rty se
cured thereby, the uudersiKi:e<l. surviving Trustee un
iler sanl Uced of trust, will sell, at piihbc auction, in
front ot the premises, on THURSDAk, the lESTll
DAY of NOVEMBER. A. I>. 1887. at QUAR I ER-PAsT
1 OUR O'CLOCK P. M.. all that certain piece or pan el
of land and premises situate in the city of Washington,
in the District of Columbia, aud know u and described
as sub. Lot uuuilwred thirty-six <3tt>. of NoLle 1>. lear
ner's, surviving trustee, autalivision ol part ot original
lot'J4. in square numbered five hundred aud thirty
three(i>:i3>, recorded in the office ol the surveyor of
the District of Columbia, in book 15. i?ge 108, with
the improvements thereon, consisting ol a four-story
store aud dwelling bouse, the said sub lot No. 30
being a part only of tbe real estate described in and
covered by said deed of truit.
l enns of aale One-fourth of the purchase money in
cash, and the balance thereof In three equal |<ayiue its
in twelve, twenty-four aud thirty-six months lrom the
day of sale, with interest at six |rr cent per aunuui.
interest payable semi-annually, and to tie secur?d by
tbe notes of tbe purchaser or purchasers thenof. and a
satisfactory deed of trust ou tbe property sold, or all
cash, at the option of tbe purchaser r purchaser*. A
de|H>sitof {300 will be rsquinsl at the time ol sale,
and all conveyancing aud recording shall lie at tbe cost
of the purchaser or purcnasers. If the terms of sale
are not couioll*d with in httA'ii (15) days from day of
sal)', the undersigned, surviving trustee, reserves the
right to resell said pioperty at the riak and cost ol tbe
defaulting purchaser or purchasers, after five <5> days'
advertisement of such resale in some newspaiar pub
lished in the city of M ashitigfou, D. C.
NOBi.E D. I.AliNEU, Surviving Trustee.
W AL 1 ER 11 WILLIAMS ii CO..
o22,26,no2,3,4,5,7,8,9,10-lot Auctioneers.
rjlUOMAS DOW LING, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A TWO-STORY FRAME
HOUSE, OS SEVESTH OR T STREF.18,
BETWEEN FREDERICK AND FAYETTE
STREETS, GEORGETOWN, D. C.
By virtue of a deed ot trust, dated the 1st day of
April, 1878, aud duly recorded in Liner So. 040
lolio 450, et mm]., one of the land recorda fur Wash JAiM
Ington County, in the District of Columbia, an i in
direction ol the party secured thereby, thouudersi^ued
Trustee will sell, in front ol the pretui^s, ou FH1
1MY. NOVEMBER ELEVEN TH. Iss7. at FIVE
O'CLOCK, tbe toliowing property, designaUsl as all
that certain piece or pan-el of grouud sit uat* and being
in Threikeld'a aililitiou to Georgt town. t>. C? ana
described as follows: B giunuig Mr the same ou tbe
south side of 7th or T streets at tbe distsnce of cue
huudred aud fifty feet from the Intersection of 7th aud
Frederick streets, aud running thence westerly thirty
feet ou 7th street: theuce south one hundred and
thirty feet: thence east parallel with Ttli street thirty
leet: thence north by aud with the divlutiou of Cal
houn's property oue hundred and thirty leet. more or
less, to the beginning, together with the improve
ments. All convey slicing and reconllug at cost of pur
chaser. t^00 deposit will be reqKired at the time of
?ale.
Terms of sale: One-bxl' caah: balance in one year
after date of aale. wttl. lu-erest at six per cent per
annum. or all caah, at U.~ op. ion of purchaser. If the
terms of aals arc not complied with in ten days after
day ot sale the property will be resold at the riak and
coat of the defaulting party.
o31-dts W. H. HASEY. Trustee.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY BRICK |
A DWELLING, CORN R OF EIGHTEENTH ANo
8 STREETS NORTHWEST.
o?5
1003'J
in frout of the premise^, on FRIDAY, the EIGHT
EENTH i AY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1887, at HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK tr. M.. all that piece or pamdot
& * y VJ1. W vwwvn i. B..BU uiai piece or parcel Of
aud promises known and described on Ihe (mood
>lat or plan of Washington, D C.,aa and being lot uum
?i?d thirty-eight t;M). in Geo. Burgnss subdivision
of original lots numbered 5 to U, in square numbered
nnaa a a ? an,l Mftr l*n /I Tl.i. In* - - - .k..
one huudred and fifty-two (15^). This lot frouts U0
feet 3 Inches on 8 street north, and haa a depth vt 97 it
feet to au alley on 18th street west, and ia improved by
a two-story brick dwelling at the northeast corner of
18th and s streets northwest.
Terms: One-third caah, obs-third in aix montha, as^
one-third In twelve months, with interest at 6 percent
per annum, secursd to the aatisfactlon of the trustees -
or all caah. at purchaMr's op I km. A deposit of a^roo
required at sale. Convsyaucing, fee , at purchaser's
cost. Terms to be oomplied with to ten uaya, otherwise
the right uecusd by trustees to resell st the risk and
coat of the defaulting purchaser, after five days' public I
notice of such resale la mm nswspaper published in
Washington. D. C.
SIDNEY T.
? THOMAS. 1
452 D street nw., I
?5iMA.Ui
FREDERICK W. PRAT .,
DUNCAN SON B W^AuItfi^r*" "' n5-d*ds
ALTER & WILLIAMS k OCX. Aurtioneen.
VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND, WITH FRAME
BUILDING. ON K 8TKEKT SOUTHEASTT AT |
By direction of tka ownir^we will offer for sale.^.
- *
Terms: One-half cash.
by dsed of tnat, or
$100 depuait at tlms at aale.
with ia teu dan or proj erty
oos^of dsfaoldng^ur^ ^ ^
WILLIAM k OO, i
AUCTION SALES.
?noNKow.
rpHOMAS DOTUNQ. Auctioneer.
SPECIAL HALF OF FINK P ARLOR, OH AMBER AND
DINING ROOM rUHXITCU REMOVED It) Ml
AUCTION ROOMS FOR OOK VKN1KHCK or
BALK.
On WEDNESDAY MORNING,NOVEMBERNINTH,
INK?. t-ommeticimr at TEN CrClXX R. 1 shall ssl
with.n uul In front of my auction room*. a choice col
lection of the al?<ve goods.
(?^Parties tarnishing should fire this ?Ue their at
trutloa. ?4-3?
I?*r.? I'T K'S SALE OF HORSES. LAKDAIJ.
liBl lHilf, CARRIAGES, HARNESS. fcC , CORNI.R
11 1 H AND L SIKFF.TS NOKTHWIST
On WEDNESDAY. NoVFMHF.R NINTH. IK*?,
conimeucinif at TWkLVE (>? Cl.o. K NOON. th<- n
ecutore of the estate i f the late Dattd L Morrleou will
sell SI stal l.. n-ar 'f 1 ITh and 1. streets uortkaeet, the
contents. rouiiiunc In iwri of
lilaas-l rout IjMiuUti. ltuKin,
Juni|>-*eat Carm.ire. Sicnrti.
Dark Bay Man "fate." Hells.
Chestnut Mara "W,"
Double and siiurlc Hani* an.
CUttlUK Dot. Ijltltnc Ja. ll.
By order of Ei.vuu>r?
n.Vdta DCNCANSON BROS. A net.
OBI.RT VOSK k CO., Krai Estate A?rvut?.
.100 B at
11
Peremptory ??!?? M tmrn-ved property on WE1>
NESDAY. NOVKMHKH NINTH, at HALF-fAttTV
F 'I'K I' M. we w.il m>U at public iiiotton. tbttBI
\ff> finely lot, comer of s^nth m*~
uutf uiil 11 th utrwt ?'Hut, improved by a two-?U?rv
tunc* v nearly new). containing t r?H?iu?. tine <?eUMranti
mil modern improvements. TO* ^ proj?erty !? ?old
on KToont of former pun ba*rr. a ho failed to comply
with the t? rtu? of wile, flin) deposit at aale. ?\?u
m?B< in* at purchaa* r'i? coal.
Term* matte known at ?ai?
n4-<Ha HO BEET YORE, Auctioneer.
I)
INCANSON HKOS. Auotioueer*.
by virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of,
the IMstnct of Columbia, i - ?
of the Supreme Court of
, paased Ortoher VlKth, A
?No 10435. an.lbj virtu- Kl
of the lest will ol Juliti R. Ct>nJon, late of the aaid l(u
tnct, deceased. recoiled tu the ofii.-e of th- Register of
Wills of the aaid District, in WUI B?.ok N?24. folio |
?0. We will offer for sale, at public auction. in front of
the respective ptvmieea. the followimt deeiTibod ml
estate tall aituated lu the city of *a?iiinrton. Dietrv-t
of ^tAiluntbiS), st the tunes hereinafter s|*virtfsi, to
..'JS w-ednfsday. ran ninth day of NOVEM
BER A.D., IKS,, at Fiil'R O'CLOCK I'M sub lota
twenty-six C-ti), twenty -seven CJ7>. twenty-eiirht ('JS?
sud twenty nine <-JWi lu "unare nnuitx r .i jti imiT 'Tel
toy two three atory pr.t??'.I brick tiouaea, Noa 74.'? and
74o 4tl> street north went, and ? u the Name ?la> at
4 :H) o'clm k p.m., sub lot thirty iHtr. in square nun
bcr imp-roTad by a thiee-atory brick l>uildinc, at
the southeast corner of 4th and H ?tp-ets northwest.
And on THI'RsDAY. THE TENTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER, A D. 1HST. at EolTt O'l lXPCK KM..the
west fllteeu (15) feet of ?ub lot five i.'ii. by the d, ptl<
thereof, in square numtier .Vih. i rroted by a t*.,
Story brick dwellinK No 311 H street liorthseat. and
ou the aaaic day, st 4 15 o'clock p in., all of sub lot ai*
In suuarc number improvsdby a tour-atory bn. k
dwclilUK slid stable. No :il:< H ?tr.'et iioitliwe.1 and
on filename 'lay st 4 4.~? o'clock p.m., psrt^ ol lotanuie
(W> and ten (10>, 111 square a- ittli til square hsv
intr a fr tit on Mss?a Imaetta avenue and H street |
north of l.i feet, that ta to aav ten (101 fret on the
western aide of lot lone I'll and fl*e t."?i feet on the
eastern Hide of lot teu I lo) sud riininn?r larallelwith
the line of iliviaion lietween lota nine ,M) sad ten (lOi
from MaaaachusettR ateuue to H at eet north, un
proved by a three-story frame dwelling. No. "VW
Vasaachtiaefts avenue nortliweat
And on FRIDAY, the ELEVEN I H DAY OF NOVEM
BER, A D. 1HHT, at tOl KO'CLOCK F M . ?ub lot "H,"
ol John IcCondou's sulaliTtaion of lot t menty -nine CJ|>)
in square uuiiilei .">ti4, iiiiprovcd by s frame house, in
HaU's alley. And on the name day st 4 10 o'clock |> ni..
aub lot "C,", in laat tiain**t subdivision and square lm
pr-jveil by a frame houae. In Ball's alley Ami ou the
saineilay at 4 V.'0 o'clock p.m. sub lot "D." lu laat-nann-d
subdivision and square, improvd by a traiue house,
in Hall's ady. And on the same day at 4 4o o'clw-k p
m.. aub lot (1401 one hundr d and forty, in snuar?
nuinU r fi'.M. impr> ve.l l? a thre. -sU.ry lirC k dwelliuir.
No 4- I street liorttw.-st. And >.n the aaine day at .'.
o'clock p.m., sub lot '?!?." iu squsre number 6aa, Ini
l?.v?l by a thro^story and hmsement dswllin*. No ?d
I ?t PM-t northwest.
And ou SATlhDAY, the TWELFTH DAY' OF
Novem her, at fuck o'clock r m.. i*o of sub
lot one (11, in square number des, rilwd as fol
lows: Betfiuninir for th? same, h .1 feet, ti inches west,
from the soutlowst corn.-r of ^aid square and runnirur
thencesi-st and fn.nuntr "ti M street 17 feet, thence
north 75 leet ti inches thence east 17 teet, and thence
south 75 teet. (i inches, to lisriniiltut. improved by
three-story brick dwelling. No. M14 M street south
east. And on the same clay at 4 15 o'clock p.m part ..f
sub lot two <'J), ill square number m5?.'. described aa
follows Betnnninar for the same, at the ?>ufh -astern
I comer, and thence running west alontr the line of
south M strn't. U3 feet !l i?iches; Uieuce north. 7\!
feet, thence east "j:i feet,!?inchsa, to the eastern line
of said lot. and tnen.-e south to the ti|a. e of t?vmnin?,
| improved by a two-story and atuc brick hous No.
ill*-.' M street southeast. And ou the same day at 4 45
o'clock |i.m l?rt of sub lotone (11, in sqiwre number
K75. descrilaid as follows; lfeviutiiuir for the sauit at
the south wist corner of said lot, ana ruuniuy thence
esst nlonir the line of K strett, V4 feet. .'T inches,
thence north tiCI teet. 0 inches, thence ?*esf V4 to?-t
;i nil lies. iLd thence south to place of beg niiimr, im
proved by a two-atory brick dwellinir, so. 101 ti K
street southeast.
lerins of sale for all the pi.-ce* of property One
third <S> "f the purchase money in. ash. one-third . S)
iu one year, and one-third (*,)in two years from the
day of sale, or all .-ash. at the option off the purchaser
or ptirchaa. rs. D- fi-rred |>ayiiieiits to !?? s,-. ure.i by
deed of trust u|^.n the real . Mate sold, slid to draw
interest at s * per centum it annum. One hundred
j <4100) d illars will Iw required ol the purchaser or
punhasets on each of said pitw ea or parcels o| ifround
I sold at the tiuie of the saiuot the sain.-, and if the pur
| ( 'laser or purchasers shall toll to comply with the
term a of sale witiun ten days after said ssJe. tin uuder
H.mied reserve the rurut to rese ll at the risk and oust of
the defaulting purcliaaer. All cuiiveysucintr and re
cordiiur at the purchaser's cost
WILLIAM A GRAY.
1015 New York ?vs?
JOHN McDERMOTT.
310 Hann sve. n w?
Executors and TniaKs* under the last
fi'Jfl-d to nolC Vv ni of John R i-oudon. de.-eased.
^HOM.VS DOW UNO. iKtlMMt
CHANCERY SALE OF VALCABIf CNIMI'ROVKtt
PROPERTY IN SOI TH WASHINGTON, IN
bOLAKE 54L HE1 WEEN THIRD AND FOLK
ASD-A HALF BTKEETs WEM1, AND "H" AND
? I" STREETS SOI TH
By virtue of a dei-ree of the Supreme CourtVOOm
of the District of tolumbia, |?asinl u. the caus..SHP
of Milleret 1, vs. Miller et sL Eq No 107!?ti.J3CL
I?o<'ket "S3, the undersiirned trustees will Mill at public
aucti, mill front of thei.remi?es,ou WEDN EsDAl, 1 HE
NINTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. I), ISK7. AT HAL.
Past THREE O'CLOCK. P.M., the lollowinv de
scrilwd real estate, situatnl iu lite city of WaahlnirtoU,
Distri.-t off i olumbia. and known snd desenbed as
follows, to wit: Lots numbered five (51. ten (10k,
elevt-u (11). twenty six Ci?>i and twenty -enrht I'^s . iu
s. uai e numbered Five Uuudred and Forty -one (541).
lot 5 havi ,g a fronta<e of 4!f leet 5 lli. oes ou S<.uth
"I " street, and runn.n>f hack to a:<0-foot alley, loU
10 and 11 beimc on the corner of Four-and-a-half
street west, and ssid south 1 st.. and lots *_i; and '.'s
havuqr each a trout of 45 leet inches ,>u Thir.1 str?-. t
west, -nil ruuuiuK back to a '..'5-foot allev.
Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree One
third of the purchase money in cash, and the lialance
in one (1) and two(V!> veara. (or which the notes of the
purchaser* will be taken bcarinv interest at <! |?r
cent, from the day- of sale, secure I by IM of 'irust
uis.d the property sold, or all cash at the option of the
pare baser or purchasers
A dei o-lt off * lOO on ea<-h lot will he required at the
time ol sale. If the terms are not cimplied with iu
ten days, the Trustees nwrve the rl?rui to resell at the
risk and coat of the defaulting pur. baser. Taxea to la*
paid to November 1, IKS7, all couveyancinjf at pur
chaser's cost.
THOS. J FISHEB. I ,
o27-xlkds ELtAZER H. MILLER.) l?*tees.
fj^lIOMAS DOWL1NU. Auctioneer.
TKCSTEF.'S SALE OF VALCAB E PROPERTT ON
1 HE EAST SIDE OF TH1H I ELN i H STREET.
i.EVWEEN E AND F slRttTS NORTHWEST,
IMl'KOVLD BY A FINE 1HUEE-STORY BRICK
RESIDENCE.
By virtue of the authority vested in inebythe^^
last will and testament of William batniaiu. laic Bps
of the District of Columbia, dc-eased, duly ail Kl
nutted to i>rohate and ruconl in the t.fhce of lleirislsr
of Wills for said Distra-t. I will aell at public auction,
iu front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, the NINTH
DAY of NOVEMBER. A. D. 1SS7. at HAI.F FAST
Torn O'CLOCK P. M . the following-deaenb d real
estate in the City of W sshimrtou, D. C.. t>i wit. part of
lot nine >!?) iu square two hundred and ninety cj:?0i.
contained within tne ffolloaintr uietes and bound- ue
Kinmntr for the same at a point on 1 if th street west,
and on the west line off said lot, 4f leet south of tbe
northm at corner of the said lot. and running thence
eaat lOO feet, the'ioe north 'JO ffeet. theme west 100
f. et. thence south with the west liue off said lot V0 fet-t
totheplai-e of betrinniUK. impn-vcl by a substantial
thr<t-story brick dwelliuir. lienor premises No. 5'J 1
l.ttli street northwest
Terms.if sale <iue-thirdof the pun base money In
cash, and the residue lu two equal installments. |*r
able in one and two years, with interest from the day
of aaleat six percrut |>er anuuin, payable seun annu
ally . the deferred payments lo be se. nr>-.I by the J?er
chaser's notes and a deed of trust on the t>ro|>erty . <?r
ail the purchase money can lie paid in eaab A dep.?au
ol t-i00 will tw required at the time of aale. All imii
veyaucimc and ret'onliiiK at the ??un-baser's cost. If
the terms of sale are not complied with in fifteen daya
the profierty will be resold at tne risk and cost ol the
dcfaultiuir purchaser M AnTIN F MoRUls,
oifl-dkds Executor and i ruaiee. Sun Huilduur.
rjviiuMAS DOW LING. An-tloueer.
TRI STF.ES' SALE OF VALCABI.E RF.AL FXTATE
IN THE DISTRICT OF COI.l'MHIA ON THE
BENNINGS ROAD OVER THE ANACOKTIA
RIVER NEAR THE DISTRICT LINE.
By virtue of a deed of trust from Anna L Shaw Ms
and Granville C. Shaw, her liualaind. dated theBw
5lb day of September, lsS'J. and duly recorded
on the 11th day off Set-tember. 1SS-J. in liber No.
1.017, ffollo 50 et se<i., one of tbe laud records for tne
District of Columbia, and at the request ol Robert I>.
Wesver, executor off Tbouiss Weaver, de.-eased, the
party secured thereby, we will sell at iiuhlie auction
on the premises on the TWELFTH DAY OF' NOV
EMBER, 1SS7. AT THREE <rcL?K'K R M, all '.boa*
1'ieces or parcels off land situste, 1> lujr and beuitr in tbe
Mstrict of Columbia called "C.inclusion or pert off
Hayieya pun base" on tbe Beunuun Hoad Just west uf
the District line, adjoining' tbe landa of C. A McEueu
and Charles C. Dune an son, William Heuson and J.
Slater, containing 30 acres, more or lee*.
Teruiaof sale: (hie third of tlie |un-baae-mooey in
cash, and the balance thereof In two equal liiatalaMrta
at aix and twelve months from day of sale, with Inter
est from day of aale, secured by a deed of trust uis.n
tbe property sold. or all cash at the option off the pur
chaaeror purchasers. A deposit of 410U will be required
of the purchaser or purchasers at the time of the sale.
All conveyauriu* and wconlit* at the expense off tbe
purchaser or purchasers. lf toe terms of tbe sale are
not complied with within ten days off tbe aale the txn
dersumed trust-es reserve the ryht to reeslJ said prop
erty at the risk and oust of the detail!tin* purchaser or
I ill i Imul < afu r five daya advertiseutenl in the Kvtm
U Star nevwper. E M CHAP1w .
o31-dtd R S. WEKDEN'.t
rpHOMAS K. WAGGAMAN, Beat (stale Auctionesr.
Thl'STEES' 8ALKOF VALUABLE IMPROVED AND
UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE ON TWKNTY
FIKST SThEET AND NEW HAMPSHIRE AVF.
NL'K. BETWEEN M AND N HI REETs NORTH
WKttT.
By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded ln.^
Liber No. 1047. folio 1*1 et seq.. of the Land?
Records of tbe District of Ooiembia, and at the re- Kl
quest of the party thereby secured.deiault bavin* been
s,mO m the payment at tbe notes therein described.
X.Tner of Twenty-first street and said avenue, aad
runnliuf thence southerly slomr said avenue jfl feet.
?ulU aloo* Twenty first street 37 f*T3
(?w^hts. thence easi 117 feet, theuoe north <1 feet 3
inchest and thence westsrlj , ia s strslrht line, to the
fefTpiS'STSS SWaSSKS ^
time of iiR ? - - - # li.l aisn to
Terms. O^-third caah.of which $100 will be re
quired at tuna ot aale; balance la three equal laatall
ibeiitB, is slt twelve. aad eisiitsan mowtha. tor wkicl
aotes of purcbasat\ beannc intorest frdtudar off aa a
aatd sscurad by deed of trust ou piopar^ saU,wlll hi
taken, or all CMh, at option of purchaser. all nuu?M
s??W aadrS^l* wlU be at^W.JllS
to be cjoipUsd with in twain day a frotu ttjaa of aale
or i*s?srir will be resold st iisk aad cost of dafault
|a> inrLhsnrsftsrassia days'advert Isiaiist.
WtZZAXiig**
rmlTiHiiuiiist iil
AUCTION SALES. ^
lilt M> Hlio. _____
'pHOMAS IH>WI.lN(i.
M r VAirABU ?rn.niNo lot* near tbb
CORN H> or JOTB ASK Mil KIT.IX OB**
TOWN. |?. C.. AT AI C I ION.
oa ikIkav afii:.v?>v bovkiihi kms
RLCVEN'TN. 1HM7. at KOI h ?frL<<OB oa tb.
I'nailtM. I aba] I wfl toe I in* valuable iT?' ?T ?
trl) Twloti 'J?sWl wli on tbe ?mi ?ide ?dTwth
itreet, an t t* . lot? XVlM oil 11 <l!i ?"!- >| N atieet.
Theae idNkltmii IV ?nrnff i4 .KNIi m i > "trwl* and
? ?flee* ? nne ?4i<?riuiiiir <?> ?? ui? nue l-u Itliu# dm
or tor profitable ititntlneul leruia u.?d< kuownat
All cocTeyat* in* and re.-..i>limr at pur < ?
ft o($jU will tr r ^uirvdi4iMi'b lot it the i M
ufaale. <kU-u*Ji
KITHKEK <;< N ?I)S.
^Ki TUt<bK UUtn CLOTH s( BF4CS
? ATl.it PROOF *!*?
NEWKAKKFT*.
KTM-lXiTtlKK,
nRCTLAN
A Kit WAT*.
Itk* M U|1
Tb<W(0?d>>i* hardeome. atyliah, *i..l irn i.ftMi
uid > annot be firfllKil niwr f? r iu*iity O
k few iHinHAMAI. > iM'l LAbH and CO ATM, alt*hUf
UlUHnl allii'Hil Ol Vk.N A* AY
Tbe beet RIBBTK <l.UiHlNU H< Ml H and 8UOBS
in iuuiiliilun>l by tin
OOODYE AK HI BHF.K (U.
SOU Mth ?t u w.. nor Kmu m,
olW X'.'m MF.LMLLF LINUSAT Mu^rw
PRO PUS ALU
PHi '|i?HAl.s FOR FIKI. HUM*. OFFICE OF
BuUiimr for suit*', uar. aiul N?\> |t*i*rtixi??Dta.
v?aaniuirto ... D C, November .V lHK? Nr^itKi Ri\>
utaalii for fnruiabiUK ai??1 d#*liverui* ( n iu?d I.il'B
H<*ar. CVuphtMpt, au J hj*? for Un* treg! and rfulv
wit*rwot thr BuilduiK lor KUt#. *ar. an J Navy |N?
l*artui'*iiiB, m tins , ii), will b. at Un?.(!W
uiilil l*VlAt:M.,oN TH l K.n|?A\, 1 ME MAN
iumh pay ok noyi miu.k. ik*:. and oi?i.ad
liuni'^liaf-l) thereafter in pr^aeu.'* ??f M i.?ra. fa*? 1
firatifijB. irrti?*iml lii?tru?*t??n? to turiilar*. and hkok
forma of will t* Iurn la had t? nUI4iabad
uianufa>-twr?>m and d> ai^r* on an ligation |o thui ffit*
lHOh. UMol.N CAM.V, Oolottal, ?oi|?a .?! fcun
n^rm ,K.iM.'?4IMl
MEDICAL, Ac.
UK. l.KOV
Tlw oldeet F-atablialied amino I) Reliable I
Ptiyan-ian iii tbe city.
ran be consult *1 Uaily, 4<>4 C at.. brt?M. 41* end tlth
?is aw.
Prompt treatment t , .rroapotidence a id cooiulu
tioii strictly nml>lrntltl w|?nt? ixaiui* lot iadiaa.
Office al way ? i'Ih'u. nV-flt*
MMK UK FuBF.ST, I < <>!?? I AIII.I>HK1< AND
rvliklix !<uluw' l*ti> M< i?n. ,?ii lir < <> i>ulux) >l?Uy
*t b*r PMIiklKr.HIU 1 ?t- u ? u8. ? b. ur? frvta
1 U>W |>. U1 witli Utlmmil) .JM-'-'u*
BEADAKDKE *ISI l>K l<Kt>THI I *. 1*h> H*r.
H,m?inil l? I..r>' n.? uid nia.b .*tb tl.?? la* ia
I'lil'-M I 1|?TI H|a? Iftlurt in thu<ilf;
and will ruarsulwa curt' in *11 <aam .< (inrtrdiMMi
it D Hi Alia turtiiab ?iiKlii'iur. or m> < buirr itMiauK^
tloL anil Adviii'trvr at *r> b' ur iluriiw Ui* >Iaj >ut>
kflla J *11.1 v?<irtl br1i.lv inn b) UK. Hhl'lllkOijA
hAMI'Ll. C MlliAi Nul*r> Hublk u aid lurUM
Lilatru t of Culuuibu. Una M oa> ul July. ll?>
o.'4- lin'
tT HAS NKVKK BtKN OOXTK1HHTKH THAI
lir. BKu l IIEKH la tb? I>u~t nlaliluiwl xl>Ht?
1UIT Laduiw' 111) ak iali in tlua oil) U 'im. > I? . an
(xmfldcntiy rotiauit l>r HKrllltKS. WKl H ?: at.
1'arti. ular att' iitn.n (?id U. all dm.*! a i?* uliar W
laui.a, uiarnnd ur aimrln 1 t.rlj > rafa' r ipvrtwio*
?10-ltti*
MAN HOOK KU4TOHI II BY IMMi A H< TTI*
| urtwutif Dr Hlto'IHKK>' Im ur'Tatltirf? .rdi*.
M ill < urr any ? aaro< m r\i. i?<b-t>ilii> and I<hm <if brrt*
l>o??r It uulcrK viyur lv Uw nbvlt avtlui. MMK
at. aw. <1(1 lm*
Dll MOTVW FKFNCH PiIVUKRk AKK THE
?landard rrmr^l) tor all bl??.M dieweea .aiiaiiut
Ibrtal. naaal. or akiri tr.>ill>W . uriiiarj cbwaaea ? und
in fatty > urb. boun> Hri.>'. *:t i? r l>.|
1>IL I>. TiU'N NKUVINK So o lo-riiiuiriitl) . una
natural wi aknaaa. baia of vitalllj .um. ii .drb.lit) .ku,
Ac. In. ??. $1. ivnt ??-a..d I|) uia.l For aalr at
niyll ly HiiNlilli(K|i'H,..T ml and F n.w.
Tut Ljomh>s & Ljiveui<uul
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If yon want a ?ro>?l. ?tron* workuur a lit at (Ml. or a
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If you want a tine Pn?<* Albert suit at |Ui,|uM
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We will aavt youiroui to to 40 on a 4-*0 ?ultot
Overcoat.
If yon wantainKid Suit or tH-nrroat f-ir a Hoy i:tlo
IN year* old at 1.1, ff<> to tbc I ..udul- A Llvcrtwol
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ro?t at A.V go to the
LONDON ANU UVE&PHOL CLOTUM OO,
oltt Coruar Tib and U Ma. a.?.
Gi
LNTLFMFN:
Before you buy roar Suit*. Omr.aii or Warm
Cnderwear, yoa atiould eiainine our utork of tbeaa
rood*, for tbe> poaaeaa merit in atyle an<: mai*^ WMf
in fabrtra and tnuiriiin**. tin- price* nJure, from tba
loweat price gwnaent to tbr bin ?t. ootia..l.*wbly lowar
than any botiae can aeli the aanie irrade in yua.it> foe
school srn s.
Tou know ww make tlw boya' aud Voumr Men'a tra-ta
an ea|?cial feature Boya cannot only be well auiu<4
in fit. but there uanairuf at> le In the rat aud uiaka
which alwaya train ua the prefenia-. ?lnu coin|?n*oua
are Uiaile Priwi are alwa>? the 1> .writ.
Ourlibeof Necawuar ia full, tn-ab. an I faultleaa
KOAH ? ALKEB A OO.
o22 U2o Iviiuavlva iiaavenua
To C/LOSE Bl'SIXFSM.
Oar leaae will expire in a few da) ? and Jie atook mask
lie sold.
Therefore we hare made atill OKI I ri:K KFUt'O
TIONS iu our entire rtu k. and tt you n?ed any.
tbiinf iu our line it will pay you to .-all
We have a i-mupieb lute of BLACK <HK OH yer on aala
aud at irreatly re.lu.-ed prt.-ea
Oar line of PLAIN and BH<* AULU SILKS, ia aU
color*. Ita>e been reduced to \lr on the dollar
Alao aonie very d-elralile BUOCADKSia 111a. k at a.
irreat aacr flee.
We have yet left .u au* k a Hue of FLA IN and BB(k
CAUEU VfcLVETS, which we have re?lu.?d ia
pm e to make them read) aaie f * tboae wai t
Iuk any tin wr in that line.
Oar stock of C< tlx >KFI> DBUB <KX)Ue ba* many am
airaMe thiur* Hi, both plain an i fancy, aud 4*
teliiuir pr ce*.
Only a few BLANKFT8 left on aale.
Our BOHIKKV at<M-k I* tfr*atl> red una. atill we ha fa
Home irood* left. Ccime and *ee t'tent.
Our LINKN ato.-k I* very much reduox . but tbeee ava
a (rood many bartruua there.
In fact, if yoa want auythia <t ia the l>ry Oooda lint
and want to aave uioih-j yoa c?L do ao b> buy
in* in the uext lew day * of
S L HF.B PS TONE.
WKI Penuaylvaiua Aveuaa
Oood* marked in Plain Furore*. wp
Lif.iiio Oobpants Kxtra t Of
MEAT. FiomI and M-*t lltrorltif ItoiA
foi H*?u|Mk, Dmlitw and -auo-f Annual i
H.tKMi.OWJ
IJEBIO COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. An la
?aiuable toaic. -Ia a an. and a boon ftr arbk k
nation* ahould feel rraie(ul"-Mae ' Medical Pr*.
I ?anet." Ac. ^
Oennlne only with the fa. wnule of Kara LubWi
Sirnature in Blue Ink acma* th> Lai el. Tbr tfifa
"liaron Uebia" audphoiorrapb bav ua been larva
1> uaed by dealera wfib no oonnecU.? with Hara
Liable, ute | abb. are laformed that lAe Lieblf to
LIEBIO COMPANY 'S EXTRACT OF MEAT To to
bad of all Htorekeepera, Orooera aud Ctoadate Hr.iT
jy? O#. I# taachank A van u., LoaOoh. Ka
< ib taAthto
"Bra
foverti the operwtioaa
by a cat
6BATEFCL?OOMFOBTlNtA
APPS'8 COCOA.
BBEAKFAST.
kpowiadyaof tba aaWtal
^ofd*?ttoe ^
rwtirai of ti>r ftw* propertaaa at "ail
aa ready tea
ever that* la a weak point. ?e i
lata! abaft by^kaejaaa ureal vaa^
btmt
Ob Tb* Best.
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