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rwl BALI FINE M1RWJ FRONT AND BAV r ?U*>? nildaM Wt4 R at. u.w? tlirc-at. tree, baaeuent md ?ttir. tontaine t-B rooma and bath. n.?i?rn a f*fr> particular, will ha at.Id npon moat nwoctbi* ur u>. | rtff. *12 ">00: tl,.VH) cash, ud ? on Uue to auit pun baw. Apply to PlfNE* k BRADFORD. nibl3--W l.lOo F at n w 1> >H SALE- ? SEW Row OF SEVEN of THE r i: ?l coimijete bay-window h.tieea in thia city on l.'ith at.. lart. 1 ?ii?1 C eta n.w.; each houae contaltiaJ:i ru-in.a. hath. fnmere ran. , Irout auJ back elalra, and ? ailar. hatfcUoiiely paper*! Iteeiitiful orjs.al clian.l 1 ?. ra; oi ma for l-iajwa tion itm Ma) each tor the tnaUe i iiea. and <?.o4)0 each for the two end one*. I r f-irtber par*lcttiara c ill anil eee W ASH V DANEN HoWLR.en.i-.aeor to Danenhower k Son. 11 I .*> I at a w. te-lm 1' n<(lF- HIS EXCELLENCY THE~MIS1*TER |.| an 1 Norway, about leenuir thi-. c untry. I la. ra In nil ban.la nia bom* (and fnrm tur>-*lan I pnrehaeer deatrwa it). 14^tS K at. whir', la three-tdory an . t-aa. Mi-ut bnck. Jo Int front. .? rooma .jeep tu thorough repair. ataani beat. aamtary plmub ti.tr. at a vary rcMoutbif timira. T'.r enn* ai 4 p?nula*ion to isapect apply to BEALL BRO*V * CO, fLI-.Tm 13S1 r at FOR SALE ? MISCELLANEOUS 1>>R DVLK- SACRIFICE TO CLOHF. ACCOIST. r HW ?burr. Perfection Heat anl iJ/ht Si*. at ?r <h?r?. diTiied to amt purchaa. r?. Adlr-ae >A.'KIE|i E. Starofflc*. It* B,W>R??M.E FITE BOBSE-POWER ; SOISE AND r uo.1t el a.. a power | dunp. All luirood order P. it H.* H|:t. city. mh'-'J .'it* S\IE W>IM' VilNU ?*> K I Malew, Carta. W'aaron and Han--aa. w.U a"ilt.%' . aepawe App.y tu -Mt K at. n.w. ?f'.-'Jt* L'"KHI| A KNABE -ylARK P1ASU IS I ?<>il ruiMLUat. |irii.?, |13ji ljllllllthet. n.w. U*OK A limr# < ) ??<*? Sqnar? PtaiK). A &>? r^ewooj *inar# fi^iu.rtnvd 1*??. ftn* tone-. m new, for only *?T miiD Uti. ro?t j|4."4>. _ Vm ?k???rur?. rtMxi-iM-urW Mfilir*y iwjriar# I?i?no. , i arvr<i tin.- v nr. for only I'.'.j. ro<t payment". hainj*i*nr Af??jl it /rr*Li<l j ian*r iu ? I"?ni'it r>?dtliofe. ret? u U9. i uI!v %??rrurit^d; ivr oiil> |5W*? l*irn- i.t?. ?4."iO. j -.r^ th ? irM'wi barifaii:* lo Iw /ouoJ. ?i t'ter* lor u -h THF I'lANO EXCH\Nar. ' 4J*:mh ?t. | ijuil rVLIHH ill'Ni.iiV. <"LT. 4S Twr? o!<l. ? i? iiourfii'v b:?>k? ti . % X??. 1 bi (<*> b'>r^; I n- ?4, <14U. Lf. U. * !? HKLKKKoKK. kuM-cmtm. w*bri2-21* 1> K SAI-I ? l.oN(i l,oI?lFl? erST^M MADE | A HW. i. un? overeti. $?j. I), ii. Ell HKLUFKciKh, i AaaNMiB,li t'. MXTCRtH. AFPL1 1**03 F i ?i. IV ? \ ? ? i; \ ?1 D li Orn ;v- Hl? n. Jtitriru* fault ir hltuibh an ! ? xtrm t ?ir .ml- i ?t J. i. PRICE * J^N'si i J-I%#rr *t*M } ?;!h ??t. tw ar ? . <\li \ ki:i?un hmkhk."scitaule | a <rtnr ??r ?t) liirtit work, ?i!lh?M>ki; a Larwun ih o aA; - ti*? ii ? furt]!?*r !?*?? lor bini At^ j!> to UKf.sRhU. ft t'O.. 4H.*^ ?: ??*. n. w. |^oK ~S\IS \ IS HnKSK FUWFR B\XTE!l | r SUau. ^ n^;it . 1n*v?Ml <>r?l?*r. In iu r- it RICHAKi> AC - I ?? ? n.Li'.'l .'J* L'oh VILK . CIUAK SIORK clntballV l<? r i i>il unl6.ii^ . rftxnl <atinliw t? ry r**a s< ti? l? rnrl.i:tr. A?i?ir?iM h i 147. Ntarotti? e. nib ( jp??K 8AL1 IMS 9EWI5G MA* J rInn-. ?kii| ?oMi-h^p. ill health ??f own?-r raut^ | I *r ^liirwr. l?.;iiir^at 4*Jl Mak.<. iv. n.w mh**l-:u ? /< A ^ . v ' i I >N Y. SIX i ^ \KS i .a f utl*\ kii.d an?! um^?1 to ?'h.ldr*Mi. i'nn l?? Ml h* Iht n iro< 1 ! \ : Oi nt. n w. >Al.F - ? ??itH'LKV sTOIUC. HTANi> E?TAB r iiafc ?i "io >aarn. d t bau??*. AtldmR* VFlCt^ hUi SkLE- WAIWKh a>D < \RTH - THuSK I>E^ I ? by ralliuvtii 171."?7th ; n.w InteUii to do out ol bti*iii??*. mh*Jt>->?t# F i^ALi ATTENTION OK BI'ILDEI^. ? A?iiuini*>tratom' ??( SLATE MANTEI>. F !> A TV. Pratt st., lu.tinior**. >M By virtu* of an F t t l\ *' ? ? ? .? ?? + ?.%? -1? trat. r?uf *h ?^t?t- ? t Mm. -I. I'u)If will at ^ri\at- | ??. if. f.?r ? a?1i. a larue ut k uf .ilate nxAUtriiL ATictfc* K*rat*> rv*iu<-'u. iMoVU'lVXjci' HISKET.i Ailtnlniatrstor*. tnhSO-ai* pm HAir. ioiuv fm: hhareb or asieri-| _T can T?l*iptii>tic St?H-lr. iTnii.irir of wui i AKEii? Jordan. mb'.X?-r;f 1117 F at. ?'OK su.t JI .HT ARim H' Hio>! VIKOINL' A : ! ' iloiam A:n> liirst tl) ? are &r?t-claN ?trHcMaa I drat:. :*la.> w j :i-*u M'HLI'iilX * 41 UUI.Imi4 i>?t. uk3M-lw* LUR Ml.!. AI FRIvt lE BAI.E-CRF.AP >l.\ ^ rr^l r?i???? i>icti:rfa t\? a?loul?l^ hair niattr?-?}? ai. I .umitar?*. Csil at Mt) Biiikiimr, conaar <4 7tuanaE?t>. d Room .S.U urt u 1U u m. au 1 4 1? an. aEjO-Sf F" .. - \ a ! - - . I i T ? l Kh " %!IDUOOD-iri] I. ? ????;.! '. - .? ? J -*-.?? ..?;?? I ? Mtaud; v% .11 I *rilcu?*|> 't *?.tl at ! r -V; *. An ly it ? ?>r. ..f Htii a.?u Ont*. n.w. uxh'JO-.'tt' F* ? Ii >\LK KESTAI HAM i?N 4> >T- *V H. *t.-k aiul ? i?ran(. ifi>ou <?tjn?l. ?4;.k I 1. RoaER. 311 4S *u iiiU*:0 :it' ^?l: sshakes FMi MAiit GI N a. arna?rr >t . k at i tuirvu.n. FRANK H. FELOlZFa 141#?F?twr. imu.'a.;t) i.>rhon* R^iH iAl.E HID FEATHERS. l.V. I.Rl NEWl | r . >ali. llvr I'Ward . the !<? at for til* iwucv. (it** I 'atn?r>. ."a>o a lb.. all oniers promptly (Hivervtl. WW. ?E1U Kl '.'da*, a. a KV-llTf U: - \l.t BED FE V 11! EKS.. I V A P>)CND. r .h''. ww. and i .-ti. Ala >. lj?*?*e?* EVatljera. Satir-?ri, * . low^at pru-aa. onlt-rabj" man nuu ? ? -rw a?r. D?li*r. x U.BERT Stlli ?.TS H n.c. Ill .?Tr 1'oK SALE CARRIAGES CAKl.IAUES SPRING st> I tiow I'D rihibitmn at KK>, 40ti Pa. a\?v laadieV L? ? -f?->roiat Flia^ionai uo?*U>rV und oilier Buk- | . all*tjk??H 4 and ??-i a*?at tnr?*r Fauiiiy i.'aiTiaiT?*?. I iia-r.M". W F itF.U.K 4<?6P?.av**. whl7 | ?R HALE - VERY ? HEAf - LUI >HnPWoHN au 1 oud-hari l iraveniiir trunks and b;*r?. aiM?, lot Rturlf and dou i- ban:??fs. he r*e Uankctn: n>bes | heluH . i*t. btrkEK l!(4.'i Pa. ave. mhl?-lm ?,v?h s\LF 1AH. AL 1N \ ESTMhNT VfOC'RA. r Nat)?*iial bank. Er&nklin liirfi:raii*-e. 10 Natioiia: M?-iroL>?,.itaTi Bank. 7^4' J:r* IiiH.irama. IUb?ukul KepalHu. ii*? r^et'?wn <iat. J tetkltff Unahiii^v n. ltH> Wiiwuiiufton lOUforyctowo bank. j?mj Hanhimrton Market. K.irtrs Iu*uran< ?. l u!l lnX^ruiation to tntendin? rnr^ha?er?. FKA>K H. l'EL< >UZEa 1410 F ?tr*eta Kell<anr bui du.w. n.hl7-7t _ Trlepbone ]>)K f?AI E OVER lOO CAJUUAOKS. UCtHilES^ arj.iatieU an.I paiiiteal wairona. ? arprntcr'a, milk ai?.l !?-! avima ou monthly |*>in-iita orcaali. .1. J. COOK. .B^V'i M at? (aor^tuvk iuL17-.'lm J: K > VI.I.?c AN AkIF.S, F VKBonT COMMON and Fancy punoua. Ijrr- for bat. biau- of fancy i un k^r.a. A. sCinilD s Bin! Stor. . If. lni* 317 l!Ith at. n.w. IpuR HALIr-THI*lTHEAD OF HORSES. Jl ST J arr led frm; Kj .; two a.^jd roup* boraea, one pair K*llatr.||iia kA lti h^nda h^rb. Ali hor^fa ai-ld on a . c miotatna II Lull UlIi.l.Ei. flli-lH* l^oR S\li ONE KI.IGH1LT I'SEI) Hut'ARE JT Ilato. four ronud corner.. F.tKJt one nearly new I prwh . 4*.'ll>. Ib< ae are >pieiidi<H<ariraiua. Plan a! : r re:.t. HI ituHNKi II t IA).'3 Warcrootna. lei. 7th at. S|?I air piano Arrnc) ./.'U-tim >>K - vi t iHi. "oit ? oas EN'.mr i:r. .. . r-wu Uii.e-r av... U ail att*-odan? ??; 1. 11. aa? , f t ii*. u?? hsL?tliii< vf fuel J^nd for Uihr ? ii*t D BALLAt'E. AtfX 731 7tb at. nl'J-ttei F BUSINESS CHANCES. ? ,'OE. ?AI.E OROCEKT STt>RK I.OOD WILL, r ??.. k aa<l Fit.iirra tonal opportunity for Kiera ....1 ^atabl .ahcl. m i ??i.tral I." at'on. Satiafact>>ry raa.. n-for *.l.i!i? price low. Apply 11)11 Spruce at.. Lf lii * Park, leiawb 1 and and 7 and S mii'J!Mt# F*oR kali. liBoCEKV STORE OX '.TH STISFET ae.tifno.at .iid.kc Pn*- ? ?"?.0 A Harvaui Call ai' : UiR^tU avid. (' LllOiEU. 311 1)1 atrcet. ?tb'JV-lU* ? 1'R SVI ? TWO VF.Ri DISII.VHLI WOODAXD M Coai ?arl Pn t?rtie^ . ne . oiut lat and D li-w.. Ltber W at-, between !)tb and IUtli n.w. Lolls p. SHOFMIKFR. mhr.'-Jt !f_M F at n.w. IV VM Ll> A FABTT WITBI VPITAI. lo STAJt r II at rr.: ri"? tbat will inaur> a lancer probt :i. an article "bat ua wan teal in every botiaebold. Addr>-*a )^I ,V4 tstarofh.'e. mbSl-ltt* \LL MCI'KITIU 1.1ST ED on I HE WASIllN.. -.on st>a k Exa luuiire la. uclit and Aj .1 ou rommla a * ?. 1 ana iifirotlaird LOI'lst.1 MiINiill.VM, leleph tie 1 !>-; ?! imb*;l-lT!l*l Broker. Bull l '.lb at. ,)||iV CHARES PNEI MAT1C vH'N-CARRIAUE jatlo St.. k at beal-r."'* i rt.e FRANK H VeLOCZF. 141B r Hraet Iwh'M-lMI Te!< pbone 030. ? >?R HU-\?*T CMEVP AN DON EAui TEKMs! I a itor^r om. Mt- < * of l?r a^-rlee. and Raaidenre <ie . a- i) |. ,-ated la oue >>f the moat rtootiabiua'aiib*irt?a ? 1 ?!?! Urftuii. lM". The bmldi-ar ia t*o-atory F.aini. I ?i .e tuaei/ient aad atUr. Sa: lala< tory ri iaoaa an ?-u f r .eliinw r< r fn-ther pirt1.Til?r? eail on or a.ldreaa C. C. F.. .'.oil 7tli at.. Ro- iu Ik Vaauiwtuu, D.C. inb'.'O tit* MUM* AX THAI FR AND URAPHOPHuNk. STOCKS taiiMiit auJ *dd bt 1 RANK II PEIXJl/E. i 11 * F at- ?t ; .ub JU-Htl Telephor.e f)."0. f?n? ? VI. . 1 HE STOCK. '.It'll ? II 1. AM) I I \ fa .it an old eataonabrd Grocery Store, w 11 ? ' witb i. e irroi-eriea. wlaaa,Br?or wi.l take a tarttier tuat. an c< ta.i.aud aoltia trad. , location aixal ?: i la.-i.ilj tra.W . a-abliab-A. Addreaa THE OVVNER. P. a 111. Star oAre. mh2l)-:?t* JlAl.bKLL Dl EK. ? Real l ata*, aiid Tnatirance Broker, ? H?l ritb at. cor. offat. Ke?l tar atin a.I it. bran, hea promptly attended to. II- and la ta in all i arta of tbe city lor ealc. Farm, in Mart land and V irrlsia. Eoaiwt lieif .t .ated nkiV.1ni |.* 'K REM HOI sy. .*> I sT.~"S F-. ELEGANT ? r,-.in Hrt. k. ir. tc. rt iwb repair, lituuire of F W. ? ALLAi.HaN. k:(| V rth l a;.it..l at. Iub7-ln?? | ? ?JERN VI NT AND DIST HJCT BOS I>i \W >ati<?al beak. Strut K R.. Ina. Gml Electric J't Tei# pb.,-,e and M a el'aneoQa La-al Btocka ** ?nt at.l a d ,u rou.ti.iaa.. n money to loan. L"l IS CI NNIXiiHAM. 1103 l.'.tb at ?.w. f-&-lm* ?>Ar.l t?|v., -vi 1 \ ESTMENTs Is laaai -atari kea will 1* torn tailed fall parti.' uUr* ' "",0?rr Ol'RLET BROTH EKS, Holland a i hompsox. ~ M I ? atp^ntcra. buii.W r. mi. t a .inntendeuta. J-arts-uUr atte.i . n p id ?? alierauvtia and repair*. . R?al Eatata Br Cera. Itettram a laa.j, 1mm aial luT^e'rneota uiade " 1 Lilll t at. n.w. PKomSAlaS. SsSSfSVy e.te'-.SSWKK& TWELfit"sHoN* rS^TMliV* Nxfy *>4 tlf* i nimmiijii>i i. )irv_ S^ft^ri!,rjr^SS2cr ^POlVo^nL^ ^3 AUCTION SALES. I(>-<10HH0U. rjtHOMAB DOWLING. AucUoaaar. Ht SH \ND HAIR-CLOTH PARLOR FCRWITTTRt SF.< RETARY, MIUROti*. WICKER AND EASY fll WKS, SNAP TOP TABLE. HALL RA< K. t t TENHIOS I \Bi.E. OAK SIDEKOAl.D. CHAMBKH rVKMTCKE IS ODD PlEi Es AND SUI 1ES. UllIMEU CAl'.PET. MoOl'KT KUO. HAIR MATTftESSEtt. BrDDING PILLOWS ASD HOL STER*. < Hot KERY AND ULASSWAKE, COOK INO UTENSILS. *?? . *c . AT AUCTION. On FRIDAY. MARCH TWENTY-THIRD. 1SKH, roiuwelH-ilijr AT TEN O'CLOCK A M.. il rctkieOi-f No. L14:4 P <ut ;t?l) .in-ei, Georgvtown. D. C? I willaall tb? en? .r* fuii ten ta. Term. cuk Inh'l-dU THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer. EE EM * (XX. Aocttooawa. BALANCF OF STOCK~OF IIABDWaRF. kc.. AT HOPKINS' OLD STAND. k?04 P. N N STLV AN IA AVENUE. NEAK NINTH 41KEET NORTH WESI. AT AUCTION, FRIDAY MORN I NO. TWF.NTY-THIKD OF MARCH AT TEN A. M.. v:z SAILS. EMORY CLOTH, LOCK*. HINGE*. HATCHETS, BoLTS, TACKS, CARRIAGE BANDS. AND A VARIETY OF OTHER HTO? K. INt LUl'INO NAII. COU'NIER* AND AU THE SHELVINU ON THE PKt-Ml.-T.S. lulii'l 2t F) I'M ANbON BH(W? Auctioneers. lRl'KTIES* SAM: OF VALUABLE BEIPK DWELL ING AND Ml ORE rROPfcuTY, SOUTHEAST CORNt.U NINETEENTH AND h oTRLETB NokT H V* I >T. Bv virtue ?t d**el i f trust. duly recorded in j** Lib* r N . 1 folio 2^3. et seq., vnf of tl?e l.ind records of the Distriei U C'oIiiiluI, we will >ed at MiLili I 'lbln ::u? tu.n, on t- RIDA V. the TWENXY-THIRD DA\ o? >1 ARCH, D. IhSH.itllYLt/CLuCK I' M., uifrout'd th- ^rciuUtx*. ih?- folio wintr-described real enUte. aituat" :n tne city of ^ *?!uu*rtou. District v?f t oluruhi*. to wit: \11 tUat certain piece or parrel of iand And premises known snd distiumiished as and t*iu?r lot numbered twenty si* in square nniu U r-.l OSL Hl'Mn.KI) AND THIJi'l Y-FoUR (134). accorduipr t?? A. 1* Fi rdon'* *ubdiviM<?n ol said x|UAro in Libt r :i. Wail :ck. f?Ii?? live, in the survey urn office i f said city. together wit a nil the improvement*. *?*, earn-infiits, narhts. pri wW<?. h> reuiuunents. and ap I rt. nances to the same belonjruitf or in an/wise ty pertainlnsr. This lot is improved by well-built brick dwelling with store room. lerm* On**-third rash, balance in two equal instal ment- i,u<- and two y?-ara Note* to bear per cent interest j^r aniiuin Irom day of *ale. payable semi-an nually and to be m-cured by deed of tr'Mt o 1 the preml nes? hmIJ, or all cash-t option of | urc. :?*er. C'onrey sricimr etc.. at purer a*crs oat. A dep<nit of re at time of *?^le Terms to be ? om? .ied with in ten <lay ??, omerwiwe rirfiit reserved by the iruateea to resell toe proi>vrty at tlie ri?k and cost of th?* deiault intr purciia^er alter Dt? days' puboc notice of au? h re aai> in some uew^i at?ei published in \Nashinirton. D.C. JushI'll AI MX.H. ? l>u*t,e?. mh!2 CUAKLKH II. StMIAAFF.> 'piIUMAS IXIWUNU. Auctioneer. VALUABLE IMPROVED FHOl'ERTY No. <?13 4'^ sXKhKTSUt XHWLST AT ft.ULIC AUCTION. On TUE8DAY. MARCH TWl NTl -SLVKN1 H. lHSH.at HALF-FAST K>l K < H Ltn K 1\ M. in^gj tnmt of the pr? uns? w, I will s.-tl the north fe? tttijft Imnt of lot No. !it> of Kg. No. 4M0. haviuir a depth of lOO fe^t to a 2.Vf? ??t wide alley, improved by a three story brick and frame storw an<i liweliin^r with stable in the rear, and knowii as No. t>LI 4Hatre? t outliAwt. Tmrma Om half cuk ImWI in -*ix and tathc months in notea b*>ariMr inter* at and secured by a deed of truat on the property aold. or all cash, at the pur chaser's option, Ail conveyancimr and recordiu* at pun-haner's ? oat A dej*oaitof 81**0 will be required at time of sale. If terms are not complied with in ten daya th^ property will be resold at the risk aud coat of detaultintf purchaser. JNO. F. CTLLINANE, nibl9-d&ds Leal Estate, 14*^3 F st. n.w. rpllOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer. 1 KUSTF.ES* HALE of'TCOMFORTABLE TWO. STORY FRAME HOUSE, IN GEOUGETOUN, D. C. By virtueof a deed of trust dat?d March 22, 18H1, and duly record d in Liber IHJ'J. folio 'J'Jt* ? t setj. one of the land records for the District of Columbia, and by direc tion of the party securW thereby, we will sell, . at public auction, in front of the pre ..ise*. on sATUH- I DA\. MARCH :il, IHHS. at FX VK O'CLOCK P. M.. the ' f ?!lo\win<-deric:dieu property, to-wit: I'arts of lots and 1 in beatty and Ilawkina' addition to i (ieonretown. I?. C., escribed a.* follows Btyinni ir \ on the north side of \M reel. 1 ">4.NH leet. measured | west from Hiprh street, and thence north 130 I fee?; thence west ;i,"> f?H?t: theu?-e south 150 feet, to | "I street; th^nie etist 3."?feet to the lie?finninK. to- | irether with the iuiproTements. a comfortable two- I story frame house. Terms of aale: One-third cash; balance in six and tw lve niooths. with notes b-anmr interest and secured by a deed of tn?st on the property epld. All conreyancmir and ret ordinx at purchaser's cost. A deposit of $100 will be required :it time ot sale. W. D ?'AS>IN. ? xrii?tp^? mh'.'l-ilAds MA I HEW PLATER. > 1 T 'HO.MAS DOW LI NO, Auctioneer. TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY IN QLoROEToWN. 1) C. B> virtue ol a deed of trusi. bcarimr tlate lOth^Ms ila.v^O! MaKi II, l>St), and duly rw< rd^d in Liber !>?(?. folio ?01 et seq., one oi the laud records oikLill tlie District off Columbia, ami by din ction of th? party secured thereby, will off r at public au> tioiioii SA l UR D.W.M RCHTHIRTY-FIRST iHSK.atiial pastFOl R P. M.. the following property to it: ivnow u as part o! i- t in ii. Beali s awution toGeoeyetown, D. C.. frost in*r about *J1 feet on the west line i f W ashington st., ami wwmariam btdt ?wliii df tint width about f. et. Improved by a three-story hr.ck dwellimr. Terms of sale l>ne-tl.ir<i cash, balai-i e in si\ and twelve months with notes ksariig iatoMl and ?am d by a deed of trust on the property sold. All conveyancing and nvordiinf at purchaser's cost. Adej?ositol ^1U0 w?ll be reqmrfd at time of ??a!e. W. D. I ASK IN, ) nihlTI-d?ds MAYHEW PLATER,^ trustees. ^ fJ^HOMAS Do W LI NO, Auctioneer. CHANCERY SALE Or VALUABT.E IMPROVED PROPERTY. oN THE EAST SIDE OF THIR TFr.N'l H STREET, bt 1WF.LN E AND F STREETS, BEING THE HANDSOME F1VE S'luRY BRICK RESIDENCE KNoWN AS jt>3 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a decree of th?* supreme Court of ^ the District of Columbia. passe<l cn De* ember InsT. in the cause of lia^ iiam et al. vs. Kamiam ?-i jLjL al.. Equity No. 10M5S. Disket *JC, the undersiK"n?<l Tru-t. e will sail. ; t puohc auction, in fr?:iit of the pn*u.;ses, on WEDNESDAY, 91AKCH TWENTY \ i.ilH H. ISMS, at FOUR-THIRTY OHJLOCK P. M.. , th^ lodovtiu' defH-ribeii real estate, s;tuat?d in the city | of W:e*hinirtou. District of t oltimbis, to wit; Part of lot nine ti?j. iu square two hundred and ninety contained within the followuiK* metes a'td bounds, to wit l>etrin:iiu?r for the ^ame at a point on the east hue ot 1:1th street.. nd at the nor:hwe?t cor I ner of said lot nine (!?>, an J running theme east one I hundred tlOu) feet, thence S4,;:th twenty ('iO)fe t. thence weet one liunured (100) feet, thence uorth i wardly twenty ( A)? fe?-t al? n^ ?aid east iiueof ll'th i street'to the pla?w ol tieinuMn^. ?-outaiuinjr two thou sand square fe? t of irround more or less, ^nd improved j by a handsome five-story brick dwelling. Terms of sale a> prescribed by the decree: One-third of the purchase-money in ca?h. the b 1 .nee iu one and two years, in equal paj'itients, for which the notes of the purchaser must Is* iriven, to iwar interest fr -m the date of sale and secured by a deed ot trust on the prop erty sold, or ad cash, at the pure has- r's option. All *-uiTeyaiiciutf at pun hair's cost. A deposit of $'J.">0 is reunired at time of sale. If the term-, oi sale are not eotupiied with within ten <lays the Trustee reserves the rurht t?? r^^ell the property at the risk and cost of th? uetaultin?r purchaser GEORGE E. HAMILTON. Trustee, mhDk-dJcds Ran bnildimr. F st. n.w. 1 fllRtsTEEV SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE^ X FRONTING ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-MVE FEET ON I HE WE.VI SIDE OF VERMONT AVENUE AND IMPROVED BY A PALATIAL RESIDENCE, KNOW N AS No. 11'-?0 VERMONT AVENLE. Under and by virtue of a certain dee<l of trust. j bearim. date-I uly *JOth, 1SH."?. and duly recordedfl^ in litter No. 11,??"?. folio 47. et acq , one of the landlEt j rei ords of the District of Columbia, and at the request j of the party secured tln-reby, the undersigned as ; trusn ei, will, on SATURDAY, th?- THIRTY-FIRST I DAY OF MARCH. !SKS, at HAL* PAST FoUK O'CLOCK P. M., sell at public auction in front of the premiiM'9 all those certa.n pieces or |?arcels o? land and nremises situate and heintr in the city of W ashiuirti>n. District of Columbia, and known an i distinguished as all of lots numbered 49 to H0. both inclusive, and the south niteen 115>feet trout on Vermont avenue, by tne full depth thereof of lot numbered 4S, in i*eor>re Tay i. r's i<ubdi\M;on of i?art of s<iuare nuuitter d two htin* ?ired and fourteen <!i 14), as I*r plat recorded in liber W. K M., folio 1H.\ of the ns* rds of the sur veyors office of the District of Columbia, with all I buildings and improvements thereon. Terms of sal?- cue half cash and balance in three ] equa instalments at on?\ two and three year*, tor j which notes of the purchuK-r are to beifiven, bearlmr inter* ht fn r:i'ia'. ->!'..!??; t th? rn'- r ?> o? r ???-n:uii. j?er annum until paid. p*\al>le semi-annually ana to be 1 secured by a deed of trust oil the property sold, or all cash, at the option off the purchaser. The property will ? v 1<1 as a * hole, and a d?^M?sit i t *l,00uvull bs re J quired at the time of aale. All conveyancing at cost of 1 purchaser. Terms of ssle to be com plied with within i ten (10) days from day of ?ale. otherwise the trustees j reserve the rqrht to resell the property Ht the risk and I co?t oi thr detaultin. purchaser after public notice by advertiseuieut m one or more newspajx rs published in the District of Columbia. K1CHAUD W. TYLER. Trustee LoBEK I a RUTHERFORD. Trustee. 1307 F st. n.w. TH08. E WAGGAMAN, Auct. mhllMUtds. ^HOMAH DOW LING, Auctioneer. T PERKMPTOr.Y SALE OF CONTRACTORS' MA TEKIAL. CONslsTlN<i OF EIOHTEEN GREAT I.ABoK SAVI.Sii. SELK-1.0ADINU.TW0-H0H.se | t \' AVATOKS. WITH TWO SCOOPS. HOLDINO HALE YARD EACH. AI < ), LE\ELE?K. ROIXEB8, WIIF.ELI!ARROWS. SHOV I LS. WIRE RopK.Fi.HtE PI MI'S, TIMBER, RLACKSM1THINU TOOLS, kc .hc. Almj, HORSES, CARTS. Ml Lt?. WAGONS, HARNESS, EC. ' OnMf NDAY. IT.Bill AH* TWENTIETH, 1SHS. ?t TEN U'CLot K. ?t lb*- w>>rk?uf thr Dvm Wuh ixiou l>#r>u)r, birk of How-.nl Vuireruity, 1 will wll with uiu r>-x : vr sh>' *b< ve o?a1*. Towbu-h U?'>h iKt-n the foLlowili* valuable arti. le. l. loiuiutr to tbe uutlerUKue<l: Two 3- FEET UACOE LOCOMOTTVE8, ONE WEIOHINx !' IONS VR) POUNDS, DIAMETER i*\ |.*?. ONE WElOlilNO 11 TONS jOO POUNDS, DIAMr-iEH Si 10. A Lao. WilO CRFSHER KLAKE'a PATENT, WITH EN OINE COMPLETE. Auto, FirTY THRF.F Tn^s STEEL RAIT, WEIGHING pounds i er yard, and-.'4 tons iron RAIL. WEK.H1NG 21 IWNUS PER YARD. _ Aukx . FIFTY DUMP C*RS OF 3 FEET GAUGE. HOLD ING YARDS EACH. I Hvontorof G. PETERSON k CO. THoMAS DOWL1NG. Anctuineer. I7-dra Cr-THE ABOVE KALE dTUNAVOIDABLY POST rounl until MONDAY, MARCH TWELFTH. 1HMS. wih- boar aiitl i4aaa. by or.b r of G. PETERSON ft CO. THOMAS DOWLING, AnctioMer. r.'4-Uta Tho foiiowilur artirle* arr mrlnItHl; ONE RARS. 100*i!.>. '--0 FEET HIGH. ONEBAkN. 1 Oils 1.4,y FtEl HIGH. HOUSE OVER Chi nllEH. Ihi'JO. It FEET HIGH. HOI SE ON TRUMBULL SlRfcET. 14*1?. W FEET HIOH SHOP. 8 FEET HIC.H. tr-THE ABOVE RAI.E Is POSTPONED IN CCiN ?aturDi'' of tlM aturtu until MONDAY. MAHCH 1 >i E.N IY SIXTH, aau* hour mil i la.- . U% ril.r U. PE1ERSON k CO. THOM AS DOWLING. Anrtl.,a<*r. nihlO-clt. V^EEES k CO. AbiHiiiu ADMINISTRATORS' SAIJl OF THE PERSONAL EFFECTS OF THE LATE LEVI D. BURROWS. Br authority ?r.d (llr.vtion nl the Probate Court of tke Dutrv t >>f Columbia we .hall < Ifrr for aale at pub la- auct! n. npon me i re:ni?. (th* lonuer mkViun of the .aid ui*,a*e-L near Teulertown) ou WEDNES DAY. MARCH TWENTY-EIOH IH. 1SSS. at NOON. ?1\ lurnea, on. cow, three ?Mr< na. Uanwaa. one patent rcaiwr. f.ri'iiiM Imt lementa, au.l hotwaliold furniture. Iiiteti.. .uk pan liavn invited to i spert the above dM-niel 1-hatteia any tlrue beforedajr of aala. Teriuacaeti. l.ol IS E MtcOMAH, DANIEL ot:. callAghan, nhlU-dtda Admntatnlm AUCTION SALES. THI* AfltlOOON. ft We will fronting "JO M <m Rhode Island s vsa ur ~and run niug hick tint width ? deitti of about 125 feet Ttus lot is improved by a small brick dwelling.? which par* a small rental. and parties d'.irous of pur rhsaing and not rsady to build at once, will thus have a revenue. The sltnatiou is one 01 the beat in the city. Terms pi.MOO. with6 per cent Interest from day of ?ale. to remain oa the property nntll May 15th. 1HM>, the uaiance of the ptuvhaee money cash. A deposit of |JO(l wirared at ttm* of sale; conveyancing. Ac., at purchaser's coet. Terms to be compiled with in ten days, otherwise the right reserved to resell at risk and rust of ths defaulting ptuvhaaer. aft. r live days' pub lic notice of auch raeale iu aome newapaper publmhed in Washington. D. C. mh7-d DUN CAN SON BROS.. A nets. tr TH* A BO 11 ?a?* is postponed on ao-ount cf the weather until TUESDAY, TWEN T1KTH MARCH. SAME HOUR and place. uibl4-d DUNCAN HON BROS., AucU. Jir-THE A BO VE SALF.IF FURTHER POSTPONED on account of the weather until I lll'RHDAY. MABC11 TWENTY-SECOND, lb88, SAME HOUR and plat e. mh^l-'Jt DUNCAXi-ON BK08_ AucU. THIS EVESIIMIi. 'J1HOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer. EXTENSIVE SALE OF GENERAL HARDWARE. STEEL, IRON, *c\. IS GEOROETOWN. D. C. OX WEDNESDAY, MARCH TWENTY-FIRST, 1888. COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK A.M. AND EVEN ING AT 8EVEX O'CLOCK. And continue every day at same hours until all is sold. I aball veil the entire con tents r.f the old-established hardware store of Messrs. Bur key & Martmry, who are retiring from business, northwest corner of Bridge and Hijrh streets This stock embraces every description of hardware known to the trade. mhJO-Tt THOMAS DOWT.TNG, Auctioneer. rglHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL KKTA1E ON Tilt NORTH WE8T CORNER OF Pr.N N* YLV AM A AVENUE AND FOUR AND A-HALF* MTREET NOil 1HWEST, KNOWN A8 Noa.451. 453. 456 AND 457 PENNSYLVANIA AVtuNUK. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the . District of Columbia, )*s*ed on the <!Ht.b day offi October, 1880 (as amended bv order passed on the! l.?tb day of March, lMSSi, in Equity cause No. 9M37, wherein Edward F. Beaie and othetf) are complainants, and Gertrude Wheeler and other* are defendants, 1 shall sell to tue highest Udder, in front of th?.pr>-m i*e*. on MONDAY, the SECOND day of april, 1*88 at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. the followitig ilescribed paro le of land in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, krnwn ss Lots *JS and of ?tames H. Savllie. Truster's, subdivision of part of original lot 1. m square 41>L ? the aame la recorded in book 15, pagv 151. of the records of the Surveyor of the District of Columbia. Also, all the right. title, and Interest of the parties to this suit In aud to the parcel of land described as fol lows: Beginning at a point on the west side of 4M street di-tant 105 33 feet north of the north line of Pennsylvania avenue, and running thence west in a line perpendicular to 41* street 40.55 feet; thence northeasterly in a line perpendicular to the course of i'tun?ylvauiaaveuiie lW.'^Wteet, thence southeasterly 30.So feet to a point on the west line of 4H str. et dis tant u feet north of the place of beginning; thence south along the west line of 4 It street!) feet to the place of bevinuiug. Said aub lot tf8 is situated on the uorthwest corned of Pthn-ylvania avenue aud 4H street, having a frontage of 55 feet and S inches on Pennsylvania avenue, by a depth of 105 faet and 4 inches on 4M street. It la im proved by a three-story brtck building held sub lot adjoins the prec ding lot on the west, having a frontage ot IS ieet on Pennsylvania avenue, by an average depth of S7.SV feet, and is improved by a two-story brick bui ding. The three parcels wi.1 firnt be put up for sale as a whole, aud if not sold, then each parcel will at once be off ami separately. Terms of sale as prescribed by the decree as amended are as follows One-third of the purchase money in c sh and the balance in two equal installments, paj - able in one and two years r -p<vuvely from the ilav of of sale, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser The deferred payments shall be secured by a deed of trust upon (he pt onuses sold, aud bear interest troui the d ly oi sale at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. A deposit iM 1(500 Is to be made when the property Is sold, if it Is' sold as a wnole. If sold In three par.-cls a deposit of t5<MI will be required on lot "8 and t*J50 on lot X3). ami $100 on the remaining parrel of grouud If the enus of ?Ale lie not complied ulthin ten daya from day ol sale tne trustee reserv, s the r:tflit to resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting pun baser, alter live days' previous advertisement. All conveyancing at the c?st ot the purchaser cr our tim ers. JAMEa 1L SAV1LLE, Trustee, emhlO-dt* 1410 Est. n.w. T >HU.MA? DUWLINU. Auctiuueer. TKUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PRUFKKTY, BEING NO. 1140 TWENTIETH HTKfE'i NoKTinvEST. By virtue oi a deed of tru*t dated November Htli. and duly recorded iu Liber 11 folio HA. ?*t aeq.. one of flic land records of th??U2ix lifetrk't of C'olumb a. and by direction of the party ?e cur-4 thcralijr, we wlli eell. at i>iil>2i<- au?*tiou. in m?ut of the uremia* *, on HATt RDAY. MARi'H TWENTY EOL'liTH, 1HS8. at HALF-PAST FOl'K O'CLOCK P. M., the foll-?winK described pro|>erty, aituate fti the City of \Y*alumrt<>ii. 1>. C.t and known as part of lot No. *2H iti soiiHie No. 100. l>e?rmniuK tor the same at the fiouth*?aet corner ot said lot aud running tneoce uorth alonir '-iOth atn*et west, nineteen feet one inch, thence weat ei-rhty-eiyrlit teet ami eleven inc hes, tlaence north art fe*?t ei*ht inrhes, thcuce weet tnirty niue feet tta inches, thence aonth twenty-live leet nine and one-half iuch? s. and thence eaei to the | la<-e ot befrinoiuir, together with the iiuprovemeuta, which conaiat of a tuo-atory aud basement frame residence, b? iutr No. 1140 tiOth street northwest. Terms of ahle One third cash; balance in six and twel\e months, with interest, and secured by a deefl of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the pur chaser's option: all recording and contevancinir at ctn?t of pun haaer. A deposit of <il00 will be reipiin^l at time ot sale. If tf ruia ar<? not complied with in teu days the pro|>erty will be resold at risk and cost of do taultintr purchaaer. JOHN P. LAWRENCE.) Tfni.a in h 1 * ?-d*de A t'GCbT BURttDORF,) Tru^ei' T HOMAS DOWLINO. Auotioncer. TKCSTEES' SALE OF VALl'ABI.El LOT 8ITCATE OS O STREET. BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STHEETH SOUTHWEST. Vniter and by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the D strict of Columbia, sitting us an Equity Court, in a cause wherein Annie V. Ryder was com plaiutnt and Margaret E. Diggs and others were de fendants. Iwlng Equity Cause No. 11017. We. as tru>tees 111 said cause, will, on THl'RSDAY. the TWFNTY-NINTH DAY OF MARCH, A.D. INKS, at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., aell at Pnblic Auction,iu trout ol the premises, all of that lot i>nd parcel of laud situate iu the city ot Washington, Diitnct ot Co luinhia. known as and l?>inr original lot twelve 11?,'), in square live h indrcd and eighty-seven (5H7), with the improvements thereon, consisting ot an old two sto?y trame ilwelllmr. Terms of sale: one-third of the purchase money in rash, and the balance in two equal installments, at one ami two years, secured by notes of the purchaser or purchasers, aud a good and sufficient deed of tiiist ii|>oU the property sold, or all cash, at pun haser'a op tion. terms ot sale to lie complied with witluu teu dais tr.uii the day of sale, or the trustees reserve the right to resell at the cost and risk of the defaulting pur chaser. A depo-it of $100 required on the day of sale, and all conveyancing nt tinrchaser'a cost. BEN J. F. LEIGH I ON, Truatee. 4H-_' Louisiana ave. n.w. JAMES H. hMI lH. Trustee. mhlT-d&ds Room 'J'i, LeDroit, Building. f|l K U STEES' SALE OF VALUABLE RE\L ESTATE X I RoNTINO FORTY-SIX FEET EIOH . INCHES ON H TRF.ET I5Y A DEI'TH OF ONE 111 N Ji ED FEET, INCLUDIMO THE THREK-STORY Blill'K DWELLINO NO. U05 H STREET NORTH W tST. fnder and by virtue of a certain deed of trust,. Is anng date \ugu?t 14tb. 1SH5, and recorded In' Liber No. 11110, folio '-17. et setj., one of the lamia records of tLe District of Columbia, anil at the quest of the party -ecured thereby, the uudersi.-ueiL as trustees, will on FRIDAY, the THIRTIETH DAY OF MARCH, IShS. at HALE-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M , sell at public auction in front of the premises all tnoae certain i lecea or parcels of laud and premises known and distinguished as and being lots numbered two lO) ali i three Ct). Ill Win. B. It ebb and .Joseph Bradley, trustees, suisliviidou of square numbered ai recorded in the surveyor's office of the Diatrict of Columbia. 'lern a of sale: One-half cash, and the balance in twfl.e (lij) inontbs, for which the note of the pur chaser is to be given, bearing Intereat from day of aale at the rate of six (111 per cent per annum, payable seini-auiiually, until paiiL and to be secured by deed of trust on the property aold. or all cash at the option of th< purchaser. The pronerty will be aold as a whole, and a deposit of #500 will be required at the time of sale. All conveyancing at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied ?ith within ten days from day of sale. Otherwise the Trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the riak und coat of the defaulting purcnaaer, after public notice by advertise ment in one or more newspapers published in the Dis trict of Coiumbia HICHAHD W. TYLER, 1 ROBERT O. RU l HI.llFORD, , Trustees. Office 1307 F it. u. w. ) THf>S. E. WAOOAMAN. Auctioneer. mhlO-dads JJUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioueera. CHANCERY SALE Ol' VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY OJi THE E.VsT SIDE OF FIF TEENTH STREET, BETWEEN L AND M HiREFTS NORTH. By virtue of a daciwe of the Rnprrme Court, ot tne Dis'.rict of Columbia, paaaad ou the ltith] day of February, 1888. in a certain cause t ,?mnjL. depending between James H. Johnson aud others complainants and Julia Johnson defend ant. No. 10.917, Equity Docket S!7, the uudersigued as truatee, wilt aell iu .ront of the premises, on TUES DAY. the TENTH DAY OF APRIL, 1SSS. at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., lot lettered A. lying nearest H street north, in ths recorded subdivision of square lumbered two hundred and fourteen (214). in the city of Waab iarton. in the District of Columbia, the lot improved Ly a two-story irame dwelling house. Tertnes of sale, as prescribed by the decree One third of the porrfaaae money to be paid in rash and the balance In two equal Inotalmenta represented b f promissory Botes of the purchaser, paya ble, r-ipectiTfcly, at one and two years from the day of sale, with tntefeet at the rate of alt per centum per annum, and secured, to the sattafaetion of the trustee, or >U cash at tho option of the purchaser. A deposit of *100 will be required at the time of aale; the terms of aale must be compiled with within Are days irom the day of sale, otherwise the property will b. resold at the riak and cost of the defaulting purchaser. All conveyancing ahpll be at the purchaser's coat. T. A. LAMBERT. Trustee. nili'.'O-eoAd. 410 bth st. n.w. ALTER B. WILLIAM* * CO., tacttoassn. TRC8TKE-H SVLK OF HOUSEHOLD rrRNITTBE, CARPETS. CHIN A. OLASbVt ARE, MATTRESSES, BI DDING, ko., AT AUCTION. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated November lit, A. D. 18 4 o. and duly recorded in Liber No.M7. folio 332, et sen., one of the laud records tor the Diatrict of Oo 1?1 sa. and by direction of tne party secured thereby. I I Shall sell, at public auction, on the premises, No. I J "01 and 1203, northwest corner 11th and F etreeU l wlhsesl iknosrn ss the (Jlobe House), oa THl'Rs D.O'. MARCH TWENTY-NINTH, A.LI. 1888, at TEN otAAsC* A. M., the goods mentioned in schedule mars d "A," annexed to naM troat, ns*ed hi part: Boeewood <Vae Piano. Mirrors, Braeeetac anew. Lam breqnine. .Vrtteaea. Iurrain Carpeta, ItalnutCham ber suites, Walnnt Bwj.taeda, Bureaus and Msah ataade. Onus Beat Chairs and Rockers. Hair and waailgfc' mhST-d ktr4 tmm cAion, ?mtn. AUCTION SALES. rjlHOMAS DOWLINO. Auctioneer. A SUPERIOR COLLECTION Of HL? PERSONAL EFFECTS AT XT AUCT HAIl'KDAV MARCH TWKKTY-F?1 COMMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK. 1 IS PART: ? Handsome Parlor Furniture, Mantel Minora. Several Pianos Braaa Invuh*. Candelabra*, Braae Fit* Iroiu. 40 >u Engravings. Eiderdown (Jullta. Walnut Cham ber Furniture in sets ?nd separate pieces, Painted chamber Furniture. Hair Mattresses, Lining-room an J .office Fnrnltnre. Carpet*, Stoves, Ac.; Alio, at TWELVE O'CLOCK, Hone*. Cam aires, Buggies. Wagons, fcc, mh23-St EO. W. STICKS EV, Auctioneer, 030 F street. G TRUSTEES' 8ALK Or VALUABLE US IMPROVED PKOliBTY ON 1WTH STREET, BETWEEN B AND S NORTHWEST. By virtue of a deed of trust to ns, dated Jno* 37. ISSj, and duly recorded in Liber Na 1127. folio 430. et <eq? one of the land records lor the District of Columbia, and at the requeat of the party secured thereby. We will offer for sale in front of the prem ises on ioNDAY. THE TWELFTH DAY OF MARCS. A. D. 18*8, at 4 30 O'CLOCK p. ni.. the following-de scribed real estate in the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: I-ots numbered forty-one (41), forty-two (414). iorty-three (43) and forty-four (44 J. 1* Hopkins's subdivision of square one hundred and tea (HO). Tormsof sale: One-third rash, balance in one and two years, resiieoti vely, for which the promissory notes of the purchaser must be given, to t?ar lntereeta six (0) per centum per annum from day of fta!*, payable sem.-annually, and secured bydaed of trust on the property sold. trail cssli, at the option of the pur chaser A <le|>o?it of ?100 will be required oil each lot at time sale; all couveyancliw at purchaser's ro?t Terms of sale to be complied with in ti t. days, otherwise tlie trusters reserve the right to resell at risk and cost of deisulting purchaser alter five days' advertisement. JAf. H. MARK. 83ft F St. JOB BARN ARB, 500 5tu st. n.w. mhl-eodAda Trustees. |r-THK ABOVE SALE~ 18 POSTPONED. TO Til. RSDAY. the FIFTEENTH DAY OF MAftCH. 1S88, same hout and i lace. JAS. H MARK. ) Trust??s. mhl2-dts JOB BARNARD, i Trust**a. EWTIIF. ABOVE SAuT IS POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY. MARCH TWENTY-FIRST, 1888, same hour and p.nce. JAS. H. MARB. > T?i(MI mhl5 JOB BARNARD,) lrusteM fir THE ABOVE SALE I a POSTPONED. ON Ac count of the weathev, until MONDAY, MABCH TW ENTY-S1XTH, 18S8. *aiue hour iind plaoe. J As. H. MARK, I Trustees. mh22-l.sAm3t JOU BARNARD, i ^?teei. T HUM A.I DOWLINO, Auctioneer. CATALOGUE SALE Of a F lne Collection of PORCELAINS, such as ORIENTAL AND EUROPEAN TABLE WARE, J PLATES, CUPS AND SAUCERS. DISHES AND SETS, and HUNGARIAN. DRESDEN AND ENGLISH VASES. JABS, BASKETS AND FRUIT-STANDS. also a lsive variety of VIENNA BRONZES, CLOCKS. FIGURES, CANDE LABBAS AND PLAQUES, OLD MAHOGANY FURNITURE, SPIRAL TABLES AND CABINETS, $TC., lrom the well-known store of A. SCHMIDT A SON. IMPORTERS, No. 1310 F street n.w. The sale of this superb collection will take place at my Art Rooms, Eleventh street and Pennsylvania ?venue, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FR1DAT, MARCH TWENTY-EIGH1H. TWENTY-NINTH, THIRTIETH. AT ELEVEN AM. AND THREE P.M. EACH DAY. Exhibition Monday and Tuesday, March 2Uth and 27th. THOMAS DOWLINO. _ mh2*!-5t __ Auctioneer. Q.EO. W. STICK NEY, Auctioneer. H30 F Street. TuCSTEE'S SALK OF IMPROVED REAL ESTATE ON I HE NORTH SIDE OF S STREET NORTH, BETWEEN KIGiilKEN IH AND NINETEENTH Si RLE IS WL.VI', KNOWN AS No. 181H 8 STREET NORTH W Kol. By virtue of aue'dof trust besting date the.sa 2. tn day of January, A. I>. 1877, uud dulv re-Sjia corded among ihe laud record* for the District of**-* Columbia in Liber No. N40. st lolio 350, et seq., uud by \irtue o! a decree of the Supreme Cviirt of tlie Dis trict of Columbia, passed on tho 21st day of March, ISSN, in s csuse pending iti said court, numbered in Equity 108,jS, sua at the request of the party secured 1>y ssnl iltssi ot trust, I will sell, at public suction, in front ot tlie premises, on TUKsDAt, THE iHIRD DAY OF APRIL, 1SS8, st FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.. al>. that c< rtain pi-ce or parcel of real 'fitAte known and designated on the ground plat or plsn of Washington city ax lot numbered tliirteen < 13), in tlie subdivision o' square numbered one li una red and tliirty-twod.'Wi, suid lot fronting l.'? teet on S street atiu running back with that width 100 le t to an alley, and improved by a two-story trjuie builijiug contaimi.tr live rooms. Termsoi sale: one-third ca-lu balance in one and two years, with interest at ti |>ercentt pjyable semi annually, secured by deed of trust ou the premises sold, or all cash, at option oi purchaser. A dels sit oi ? loo required attune of sale, uud all couveyamlng slid recording at tho purchaser's cost Terms to ue compliedwi.il In seven d.ys, otherwise the Trustee reserves tlie llglit to resell at tue risk and cost of de faulting purcnascr. alter three days' previous notice in Iho Evening Star. _ , SAMUEL MADDOX. Trustee, mh-.-iltds 4C J Louisiana are. ALTER B. WILLIAMS CO., Auction ere. STOCK OF GROCERIES, TEAS, SUGAR, COFFEF.8, SPICES, CAN GOODS, \< .. AT AUCTION. On SATllti \Y. MARCH T? K.nTV-FoL'U, 1888, at I EN t/CLiH'K -\.M^ we shall sell In front oi our I salesroom, a quantity of Cirocer.es, such as Teas, ~ utrar. Coffees, hunter Sissies, C?n Ooi^ls. Ac. '1 ermscash. M AL.ER B. WILLIAMS A Co., Auctioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE OF VALUABLE DRUG hlOiiE. SOUTHWEST CORNER OF 7TH AND E S1 KLkXS N. W, QOn MONDAY MORNINGt MARCH TWENTY SIXTH, coiumcnciiiir at TEN O'CI/JCK. we will sell ou the premsiea, 7th and E streets n.w., the entire con tents oi saia stoie. which is fitted up as a first-, lam druir store, and one of the best stands lor that busi ness in the city, c,>nipri?iiur stock of DRUUS, SHELV CASESs COUNTERS, PRESCRIPTION DESK. SAH', >1 IltRoRS, SCALFS. BOTTLES, one of the !}.?;?,st SODA FOUNTAINS. i.ENERATOR and FIX 1 l ilts in tho city, all of which will iw offered aa an entirety aucl if not sold that way will immediately then be sold in detail to the highest bidder. This is a rare opisji tuuity for an encnretlc man to engage in a nrst-clusi business. Sale |>ereuiptory IskSS-a DCNCANSO.v BROS., Aucts. rjlHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer. " BEAUTIFUL FLOWERING AND FOLIAGE PLANTS IN POTS. SUITABLE FOR THE EASTERHOLI DAY8, AT AUCTION. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH TWENTY- I SIXTH. 18S8, at TH111.E O'CLOt'K, at my Auction Rooms, I shall sell a choice collection ot the above i Plants, suitable lor church decorations, Ac. mh22-:u TI10.V1 AS DOW LING, Auctioneer. rjlHOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer. " TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, KNOWN AS NO. 41? K STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of the powers vested in me as trustee j under the last will and testament of Mary A. Roth,8 deceased, I will sell at public auction, in trout of] the premises, on TUESDAY, th.- THIRD DAY ut APRIL, 1KS8. at H ALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P M? the foHowiug-described real estate, situated in the city of Washington,D.C.: That part of original lot numbered three Ci), 111 Hquare numbered five hundred and fi.teen <515) contained within the following metes and . bounds: Beginning for the same at a point ou K street seven teen (17) :eet from the southwest corner of said lot, an I running thence with the line of said Street seventeen 117) feet east; Ihence north at light angles with said street ninety-six (OOl feet, elsven (11) in< lies; ihence east four (4) feet; thence north tllty (.>0) to an alley 30 feet wide; them e west twenty-one (21) feet; thence south one hundred and forty-six (14tt; leet uud eleven ill) iui'h s to the place of begin ning. together with the improvement* tnereon. The improvements onsist of a four-story brl 'k house, witn a two-story oaclc building; hot and cold water: frame stnble on rear of lot; 30 loot alley In the rear. The terms of sale are: One-third of the purchase money cash, anil the be.lanre In tour equal instalments at six. tw- lve. eighteen ami twenty-four mouths after date ot sale, with interest, payable semi-annually, at six per cent per annum. Purchaser's notes for deferred isiymeuts to be secured by deed of trust on property sold. The purchaser may, at his option, pay tne whole purchase money In cash. All conveyancing at purchas er's cost. A deposit ol *100 will lie required at the time of sale. If the terms of sale are not compiled with within ten days lrom the day ot sale the trustee re serves tho light to resell st the risk and cost of Uie defaulting purchaser. JAMES M. JOHNSTON. MklS-oadi Trustee. fj^HOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer^ TRUSTEES' SAI.F. OF IMPBOVED PROPERTT ON I TWENTY-FIFTH STRl El. BETWEEN Jf AND 1 STREEiS NORTHWEST. 1 By virtue of a deed trust, dated February 3., 18S0, and duly recorded in L'.ber 034, folios 1S5< el seq , one of the land records for tlie liistilct >?<*- - t'olumbla, and by dilu tion of the party se< ured thereby, we will sell at public auction, in front of the I premises, on HATUBDAi. MARCH THIRTY-FIRST 1SSS, at FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., the lollowing prop! erty, towit: 1 he south half part of Lot numbered 1(1 in square No. 17. together with the improvements. ' Terms of sale: One-third cash; balance In six and ' twelve months, secured by a deed of trust oh the protv erty. with notes bearing interest. A dejosit of *UXi required st time of sale. All conveyancing and record ing at purohaser'a cost. u CASSIN ) mh21-dftds_ MAYHEW PLATF.K.) Trustees. fjRUSTEES'S.^LE^IF^UAKN^LM'S^CITY^OTEL TO TAKE PLACE IN THE EST ATP v* CHANOF, No. 122 EAST FVYETTE 8TRr!?p* baltiMv.be, md? o? wedn?d\y mahc& TWENTV-EIOHTII. 1888. AT (JNEO'CLOCK pSt That long established aud celebrated l?atelwV(5._ ly known s bum urn's, fs.1 ngon Monument Miundl and extend.ug back si. tlie way through 'aill street, covennir almost nn. Etc., abont :Uk) SLEEPING BOOM over 800 GUESTS. PUBLIC ANL LOBS, STORE ROOMS, ELEVA1 CON VENIENCBS. 1 The hotel is situated lu the very renter and kkrt of the city, and In clo*s proximity to the N?w Post-Office, City Hall, Court Houses, Bank% B. A t>. 0*atW Building, and other new and modern imph>v*pi?Bt*L The location, in fact, ia the very beat in BaMimcr*. This valuable property will be sold in FEE SIMPLE and offered aa an entirety, and If not aoki a* a whole will then be sold In elfht (8> separate parrels aa per plat, which will be exhibited at the sale, and also can be had of the trustees, suctioneers, and at the boteL For full particulars, tenns. etc., aa* Baltimore flM? will b* catalogued and sold by auction lu the pronlau, within 30 DAYS after the sale of the property. JOSEPH DOB8EY, , mhl7.20.K2.SV Auctions***, Brth i msgQwm ^OU WJIOKEHDAY afti TWENTY-tlOHTH. 1888. A Evert Farmer Knows That Willi moat ha torn up by Uh roots, or iter will U ran to crop oat ?gala. Bo it is with hiiiiw which have their origin in de praved b' xxi. Theeanaeof the complaint moat bo removed by Ayer*s Sarsaparilla, or no perma nent cure la possible. Try it C. W. Allan. Druggist, of Brunswick. Me,, ufi "I have never known Iyer's Sarsaparilla tail to five satisfaction. In hcndreda of cases within mr knowledge it haa proved a perfect apecific for diaeaaea arialng from impuritiea in lha blood. I regard it aa an invaluable aprlng medicine. ATER'S BARBAPARILLA. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Avar k Co., Lowell. Mass. Sold by all Druggiata. Price (1: six bottlea, ?&. Ja30 WORTH t-r- A BOTTLE. The Genuine J O H A N N H O F F' ? malt extract ia the best NUTRITIVE tonio and moat PALATABLE HEALTH BEVEBAOE for Impaired Digestion. Dyapepaiv Convalescence. Weak Children, and Qeueral Debility. what PROF. COLEMAN. OK GLASGOW. 8AY8 OF IT: Suffering from an attack of Illness which bad not only reduced my strength. but brought on extreme exhaustion, from inabUity to appropriate food, 1 tried the effects of the oeuuine Johauu HolTa Malt Extract, a wlnegiaasful three timea a day. Its use waa followed by marked effects?1. Food, which had heretofore been found to pass the alimentary canal unchanged, di gested properly. 2. There appeared an increased power of evolving animal heat and storing up fat. Be ware of imitations. The genuine haa the slain iturs of " Johaun Huff" on the nick of avery bottle. Ail others are worthleaa imitations. JOHANN HOFK. Berlin and Vienna. New York Office: 0 liar-lay st. J?:t-tu.thts >\ ANAMAKEB'S. A Book is no batter because you iretl t for a fair price, but you're likely to feei better when you know the price was fair. MONET SAVED On Books ia as rood as money saved on anything. One of the easiest things to save on, too, if you only bavsa care. At WANAMAKER'S more Books are sold over the counter than in any other house between the oceans Timely worka ou Agriculture and Horticulture; a large aaaortment of French Books: Seasides and Franklin Squares; Standard and Mlacellaneous Worka. bound and unbound; and almost any printed thing that proper people read. The prices are always fair, and any gstable Book is there or will be got. BOOK NEWS. How little the title of a Book talla you! Evan if you see all the new Books, how many bav? yon time to gat at the inside of? That is where BOOK NEWS will serve you a good turn. Wc send it out once a month, a-brim with just what you want to know of the latest Booka and the gossip of the Book world. By the beet Judgment of the best Judges it teats the new Booka, and aaya wny this Book should be read and that skipped. With e?ch number an author portrait. 6c., 60c. a year. JOHN WANAMAKER. dlT-Cm Philadelphia. Choking Catarrh. Have yon awakened from disturbed sleep with all the horrible sensations of an aaaaasm clutching youi throat and pressing the liie-breath from your tightened chest? llave you noticed the languor and debility that succeed the effort to clear your throat and head of thia catarrhal matter? What a depressing influence it ex el ta upon the mind, cloudinir the memory and tilling the head with pains and strange noises! How difficult it Is to rid the nasal pss?;iges, throat and lungs of this poisonous mucus all can testify who are afflicted with catarrh. How difficult to protect the system against its further progress towards the lungs, liver, and kid neys all physicians will admit. It is a terrible disease, and cries out for relief and cure. The remarkable curative powers, when all other remedies utterly fail, of hssfobd'h Radical. Cube. are attested by thousands who gratefully recommend it to fellow-sufferers. Mo statement ia made regarding it that cannot be substantiated by the most respectable and reliable relereucee. Each packet contains one bottle of the Radical Ci'BE. one box of Caiabiihal Solvent, and an Improved Inhaler, with treatiau and directiona, and ia sold by all Druggist for ?1. POTTER DRUG L CHEMICAL CO., kilos ton. STRAINS. PAINS in the Back. Kidney, Hip, Sides or Chest relieved in one minute by the Ccticuba Anti-Pain planter. The first and only paiu-kuling plaster. Nrw, liistau auiis, infallible, cents. aklM8 Dobbins* Electric Soap. THE BEST FAMILY SOAP IN THE WORLD. IT IS STRICTLY PURE, UNIFORM IN QUALITY. The original formula for which we paid $50,000 twenty yearn ago has never been mcdiiied or changed in the slightest. Ihissosp la identical in quality to Cay with that made twenty years ago. It contains nothing that can injure the finest fabric. Itbrightena colors and bleachas whites. ltwaahes flannels and blankets aa no other soap in the woriu dose?without slimming?leaving them soft anu white and like new. HEAD THIS TWICE There is a great saving of time, of labor, pf soap, of fuel, and of the iabric, where Doobiiu' Electric Soap is tiseu according to directions. One trial will demonstrate lta great merit. It will pay you to make that trial. Like all best thing* it is extenalvely imitated and counterfeited. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, Insist upon DOBBINS' Electric. Don't take Mag netic. Electro-Magic, Philadelphia Electric, or any other fraud, simply because it ia cheap. They will rum clothes, ana are dear at any price. Ask for las DOBBINS' ELECTRIC and take no other. Nearly every grocer from Maine to Mexico keeps it In stock. If your1* hasn't it, he will order lrorn his nearest wholesale grocer. Read cnrefully the inside wrapper around each bar, and be rareiui to Follow Directions on each outalde wrapper. You Cannot Afford to wait longer before Trying for Yourself this old, reliable, and truly wou dertul DOBBINS' ELECTRIC BOAP. dT-Cra sozodont. A GRATEFUL ODOR, Indicative of health and purlty.lscommunicated to the mouth by tua aromatio IOZODONT, Which makes the teeth as white and as radiant as pol ithed porcelain, and contains no ingredient that ia no highly benefitai to both gums and teeth. The Lyric and Dramatic professions are loud la their praises of dl?-6m SOZODONT. How great is the danger from neglect DO YOU ing Coughs, Colds, Horseueas and Cheat Paina? Such neglect not infrequently results in pneumonia or other fatal lung EVER disease. All suffering and danger is overcome by using BENSON'S PLAS TER, when the above symptoms flrat THINK make their appearance. This plaater is also a standard remedy for Rheuma tism, Sciatica. Lumbago and Kidney Y OUR6ELF? Diaeaae. Avoid imitations. mhlO-2 Fob The Nervous. THE DEBILITATED. THE AGED. Medical and scientific akill haa at last aolved the problem of the long-needed medicine for the nervous, debilitated, and th^aged, by combining the bast nerve tonica, Celery and Coca, with otner effective remedies, which, acting gently but efficiently on the kidneys liver and bowels, remove disease, restore strength and renew vitality. This medicine ia FAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND. n filla a place heretofore unoccupied, and marka a new era la the treatment of nerroua troubles. Over work, anxiety, disease, lay the foaadaUoe ai aarvena proatrntfoa and weakness, and experience has ahown that the usual remedies do not mend the strain and Paralysis of the nsrvo as system. Recommended by iimfaaslnnal and buainaaa man. feftdforeitealan. FnoefLoa Bold by druggists. WELL* richardson * 00, 2d EDITION. l* Nuns it Hi sat. the DKrEtT or PIIJIEIX. Tb* kMikl It ikMi la ? w?r that tare ? CI *lanf. Special Cable Diapittb to Tn traxlta Stab. Loxdok. March 2a.?The division on the motion for a second reading of PwMf arrears bill re*, terdayfwas the largest of the present session. Parnall it praised even by his opponent* lor his temperate address. Ha waa in good voice, and apparently has recalned much of his old vigor, although he still appear* somewhat care worn. Some of the speeches on both sides ****?.?pw tban ordinary ablUty, and there war* >7, ,Pil",4*ge? at arms between Chamber, if ?-.?!?'?!. ^ 1 ho amendment known as the SkI?5E2*? '"WnliMnt, because concocted by ana bls 'enow member* from that hLn'.i ^ mOTe,J by Williams from the lourth P?,^.'-.aY?ve the opposition gang way. rhamber * ?'?sence ot llarttngton, who was In addressing a poliuc&l meeting, sat ?)Sf 1? " T? 01 llle tfODt opposition bench, *_5aP between hlni and Uiadstone, Money , *^!ou A* ?n all great occasions, cliam ilf.rVl.i , ca,rTful *o wear a white orchid In Ills SH,iS.?rw 11 **1,1 ad(-' a vigorous attack on the cre*i?l aouie amusement by de claring that they "CATCH ON"' TO so UK ADMITTU GRIEVANCE. and exaggerate it for party purpose*. ?'Catch on," although a phase a gooi deal used here, especially In the theatrical parlance, la considered a pecu expression. Russell's onslaught government, of which recently he waa an hJfT"?'' iOM's 1,8 effect through repctl . ?P"e hls Ctulous style, abounding In IH frV uietaPhors, he Is iuj eff.cttve speaker. munl JD r. .. w"h 8*n?"?e sympathy tor 1wi.Kk") . The amendment which declared that Uie arrears of rent snoiud Ue treated ??.?T_iMPie ,00llBK other debts, afTorded an opportuiilty for the government to vote against 1 arneil without meeting hlin with an absolute ?on jio**utH?*, and was carefully framed with tills object. The principal tory organ to-day declares, leueed, that the vote must Lot be taken as an in dication of the reluctance of tbe government, to deal fairly with the question of legitimate arrears 2 Is hls means that the government may find themselves compelled to move in the direc tion indicated by Parnell If the eviction campaign, which promises to set In with great seveni v next to?bear sUoul(1 pr0T6100 ?u?el? 'or public opinion THE 8TRATFOKD D? SCOVEHV* Some of the Documents are of Hiatort cal Interest, In Spite of Contrary Kc porta. Special Cable Dispatch to The Evekixo Star. London, March 22.?The discovery of papers at Stratford-on-Avon, in spite of tue representations to the contrary, are of some literary value. Sav age, the librarian to the records' committee, read a descriptive report yesterday before the mayor and local nobilities. Among the documents of Shakespeare's time Is an apprenticeship ludenture witnessed by Richard Hathv ?y; also, a memorandum in the handwriting of Tnos. (jreen, Shakespeare's cousin and the town clerk of Strat ford. Many other signatures and records, more or less interesting, lurnish a valuable contribution toward elucidating the trades and callings of Stratlord and the afe of the town in the time of Shakespeare, and even earlier. Unearned Honor for Lord Londonderry Special Cable Dispatch to Irk Etenino Utah. London. March 22.?Tne announcement that Lord Londonderry is to have the vacant garter must not be taken as a token of his administrative abil ity displayed as lord lieutenant of Ireland. Lon donderry, a young man, owes his appointment to the fact that he Is Churchill's cousin, and his In slgijlH. anee as a public man la show n by me lact that any views he may have are never even men tioned in the discussions ot irtih atlalrs. The Qneen'a Continental Trip. Special Cable DiapaU h to The EvtlBo Star. London, March 22.?The queen started for Flor ence yesterday for a three weeks' stay. She is a good sailor, and therefore prefers going via Cher bourg instead of by the short sea route usually adopted in traveling from Loudon to the continent. TATE GOT AWAY WITtl *420,000. Where the .none)- Went Still Uncertain, but His Friends Clot .Hitch of It. Locisville, Kv., March 22.?The defalcatlftn ol State Treasurer Tate grows in amount as the ex perts examining his accounts progress. Yesterday alternoon Auditor Hewitt announced to the gov ernor that the amount ot the delicti was $1!)?,mh. Hut later this Hum was increased by uiv-'-jO, and it Is now thought the toial shortage will not be far frotn $2M,000. Tht books ot tlie treas urer'-* office show extreme loosness and neglect, and it will be weeks before order can be brought out of the existing chtufe. Where the money went Is still as much a mystery as ever. That Mr. Tate accommodated hi* irtends at all times Is admitted, but that he loaned such a sum as this Is haruly believed. Ills private papera have not as yet been looked into. For Abducting a Young Girl. A MARRIED MAN FROM NEW YORK ARRESTED IX Baltimore asp locked cr ox a grave cuakoe. Baltimore, March 22. ? Win. Uarrtson, from Sodus, N. V., was awested here to-day on the charge of having abducted Marv Dubois, aged sixteen, from her home at that place for an im moral purpose. The ^ Irl's fattier found his daugh ter at a hotel near calvert station. Oarrtson 1* s*id to be a married man. lie wus held for the author ities oi .New York state, beside a fine of ?10 was Imposed upon him for adultery. Not having the cash he waa sent to Jail. Wakhonu In ftevr Eaflaad. dams, railroad traces and hkidoks carried away. Woo.v.socKrr, R. I., March 22.?The Cranberry meadow dam at t^uickstream gave wav during the night, causing two bad washouts on the Vkoon K-'ket division of the New York and New hng land railroad, beside carrying away other smai dams and the highway bridges it Is estimated that the damage will be $75,000. Thought to be the Miulnf Phantom* New Yoke. March 22.?The steamer Arabic, which arrived from Liverpool to-day, reports sight ing a pilot boat Tuesday 150 miles off sandy liook which is supposed to be the missing I'hantotu The missing pilot boat Enchantress nas not yet been heard from. The Tally-Sheet Jarjr Mill Out. Columbus, O., March 22.?The Jury in the tally sheet forgery ease* had not been able to agree upon a verdict to-day at noon. Bank Officer* Arrested. Dakitillb, N. Y., March 22.?coL L. P. Faulk ner and Leonard kuha, director and cashier re spectively, oi the detunct First National Bank ot this place, were arrested last night. Boomlnir Hirers. Easton. Pa., March 22.?The Delaware at 1 o'clock this afternoon was lis feet above low water mark, and tne Lehigh river 12 feet. The flood has stopped the mills in south ?asiou. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL, New Vork Stock Market. The following are the opening aud doalmr rricea of th<- Xew ioik Stuck Market, a*raiwrteabi auecial wire to Corson and Macartney. 14101' aire L Aamt. I O. | C. jj Same. | o. | c7~ Atch.T.feH.F. ! N.*.*N.K....i"i5iii' :il'i Bell Tel 245 K.J.Caet.... 77? . C.,B.fcw 122 jlaa N.*W. preL. 42'. iS'! Can. Pac o7 I oS Northwest lou 1imi?! V.KU.M.. Do., prw . Ene IlockiB# \ al.. 111. cent Kan. * Tex Lake Shore... L A Nana Manhattan.... Mo. fmi Mica, oeui ti.Y. Uaut BALTIMORE, Md? March 2^^rinrlala aixea. paat due coupon^, rf4. do., new threaa. 66; doT ten ' BALTIMORE, Mn.'. March 22^Cotton, aaay and dub-middling, IOaIOV Flour steady and uuiei. Wheal?eouthern. steady: red. U0aS3; amber, weateru. about eteady and dull; .No. 2 winter red ?pot. and March, M< *(aM7^: May. 8?? ?pot. and March. H7'<aM7l<; May, S?',?IWS1 June. ??,>alM?M. Oora ? aootliani. Aim: white, i7a5?; yallow, 56ao?: weateru, about steady and umet; mlzwl apot. hpHMdjMarch. libKmlmd; April, 6r??, bid: .? ay, Data. ?tea<iy and quiet?southern ^.S?vas qutet^itd stea or. Ace? higher 14al4M. Codec Oom iual?Hlo cargoea. ordinary total r. l^al.tii. Ktarar? r.sr poul^per steamer dull-cotton. 1-lOd.; Bear, par ton. CHICAGO, nx!!1 Ma^h zT' !l"a* influence which had any effect ol ' kets waa the cold weaihei KSVS CStS'&.IS.'SrKfS - has mhalsrtlsat pricea. at Tn 0. A. H. Punt wnx n Dmuii'iu Aran. 4.?The executive committee t4 tbe o. A R. t lr announce that the distribution of article* to be given to hoUmofttam ticket* will be made to April farther notice Will b? gtrm IMTOL TC.MV, I m ooaxmn or watb m> iiih suaanv I untiTiKitttn triTokitu Tfc* nn ud nui committee -.o-day author ?ed at?wnbi? report upon um MUla' tariff Ma mt * lMlr hw*?> Md m aooe m Mr. Mill* fata his report la the shape ha want* It the bUl will be put upon the calendar a the commit to* of Um whole llouae oa the stau of the Calon. Before tttJOns Baal action on the mi fiaxwed ml V*1***" tryn ^ free-list and rated at looenta per gallon, a "definition" aa to rk>i waa adinitai which givas a Utile more protect! ? thaZ tieuTl at flrat proposed. The clause fuin* the duty on 5" " ^'r Cf,|,t ? as stricken out, restoring the old duty. which it rrrairr. All the members of the committee were present ex cept Judge Kelly. The republksns all voted against t be bill, but did aot utter ant bill aa a substitute. The committee adjourned subject to the call of the cbslruian. It is the present under Sat urlTy **** b111 ?* ?*POrt*u to the House THE EEFTBUCAN MINORITT FRAklNO A BILL. Me*srfc Reed, McKlnley, Browne, Kelie/, and Burrows, the republican member* of the ways and means committee, hare be(run to hold meetings lor the purpose of trying to con struct a tariff bill upon wbleh the republicans can agree in opposition to the demo cratic measure, i his atternoon in->v held a tutt ing la one of the rooms, of the House library. They were still In conference when Ins St4a went to press. The Easien Iraark Bridge, A VAVUiLAIiLB BKPOKT TO THI HKNAn OK TUB BILL TO CBANOE TUB PI.AS-L In the Senate to-day Mr. Cameron, from the ooow mlttec on commenie, reported favorably the bill Introduced on last Tueaaay la relation U> the com pletion of the Eastern Branch bridge. The bill as reported from the committee authorize* the Secretary of War to make such alterations in the plans ol the brldgo as will best accommodate the traffic over or under it, and it appropriate* the Bum of $00,000, to be Immediately available, lor the purpose ot uiaking such changes as ma) be deemed necessary. with a proviso thai the fcalUmorr aud Potomac Railroad Co. shall pay Its fair and Just proportion ot in-' cost of auy alteration In the plans at the nest ?nd of the bridge, I lie Secretary ot War to deiermlae u hat shall be the amount due and to be paid by the railroad company. District lis ( sntrrM, TO BfERlRESr WITH TBB COl"NTBRPOISB BATTBBT. In tne Senate to-day Mr. Hampton, from the military commit toe, submitted the report to ac company the bill :o authorize the construction of a counterpoise battery on the J'otomBt Hiver, below Waanlnglon. "1 he report Hates that Beverly keu hau had submitted his model tor the battery, with recommendations In Its b.-ha!f from Uen. Sherman and other prominent military men. The comu.UK* state that In view of the strong ns'ouitneodaiioua, and of the (act that the expense to test It would be but small, they deem It advisable to make an experiment on the Potomac beiow Washington. t'apilsl Twpirw. TO Bt.eCT SENATORS BT A DIRECT VOTE OF TBB rXOri.B. The Uouae committee on the reunion of the laws has decided, by aii almost unanimous vote, to re. port a Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution tor the election ot l ulled stales Senators by the direct votes of the people. APVEBHK TO MINIMI OK 1KMAN BBSBBVATIOVK. Senator Dawes, from the committee on Indian affaire, reportea bdversely to-day a bill author:/, lug the Secretary of the Interior to permit miner* and corporations organized for mining purposes to prospect, develop, lease, and own the urtti-ral |>or tlon ol any Indian reservation upon such tern* ana conditions aa may be agreed upou by the Mec retar) of the Interior and the Indians on the re servation. The bill was opposed by the secretary of the Interior uul the commissioner of Indian A IT alt.*, and the farmer lb a tetter to the Indian Affairs committee say s thai iheenactueiiiof ?u< h a law would make It extremely difficult for the Government to preserve peace and quiet uiiioug the Indians. TUB CIVILE*BitVICB IN VESTl'l ATtNO COMMITTEE. The Hale committee of the senate to examine into the present condition of the civil service or ganized this morning, and authorizes! the chair man to select two members who, wtt h himself, will form a subcommittee to go to Philadelphia next week. The Oral wort. ot examining wnnesses will be lu thai city, though, as a preliminary the heads ot some 01 the Departments here will be called upon lor certain lniormallou. BR. RlDDI.kBEKttKR S orEN EXKCl'TlVE SESSION r.EM OI.ITIOS AGAIN. At the close of Mr. Suulsbury's remarks in the Senate this afternoon, Mr. ltiddleberger off,-red a resolution that the rules providing for executive sessions be suspended during the consideration <H Ihe tlshenes treaty, and aoked unanimous consent for lis immediate consideration. Mr. Cockrell ob jected, and the resolution ilea over. THE COLORED PEOPLE'S EXPOSITION. Director-Gen. Joseph's,ex-Representatlve Small* and Recorder Trotter appeared before the Houst committee on appropriations to-day to request an appropriation of |4<*i,ooo to aid the National col. orcd Exposition to be held in Atlanta, oa., next winter. lATEMIO^ or*CITV STBEETH. View* ?( the District ( ?aiatiuieaen, The commissioners have written to Chairman Hemphill that they deem it proper to submit a further satement la regard to House bill fliro, "To extend the streets of the city of Washington." The Commissioners say that for several reasons they do not deem It advisable to extend all of the streeis "trom their present terminal at Bound ary street.'1 The most important of those reasons Is that tuany ot the present streets are too far apart, thus making the squares so large that In order to bring all the available pro|>cily therein into profitable use it is necessary to divide tneui by narrow streets and alleys. Many of these small thoroughfares are bulil up wltu the cheapest character or d?> lllngs and become the centers of Insanitary influences and disorder, and are objectionable In other re spects. Many of the squares have rorUi and south fronts of over HOO feet, and they vary from that width down to r.'oo leet, and east and west fronts of 000 to 225 feet without any apparent present object ftn tuls diversity. To extend the streets as proposed lu this bill would be to extend this objectionable feature. The method of dealing wlih the hailing and as sessment ot damages as proposeil in this bill Is complicated and inequitable and would lead to general disapproval. .No provision xeems to be made tor au ap^ieal to the (Hiverninenl rrom the tludings of the Commissioners, w men tin* cotn tnlss oners, experience In other condemning pro ceedings has convlneed them is a very valuable privilege, 'lue commissioners are of the opinion that they, or sucn agencjr as might be selected to prepare a plan of extension of streets, should not be rer-trlcted to following the sysu-m which pre vails In the city of Washington, but snould be left at liberty to adopt such plan of extension to the typography or lue ntu? or oilier dominating advanta4u wlth due regard to the conveuiencc ot the public. The ? IpsI ta?e. | A HORSE STRICKEN WITH THK MiiKASE WH1CB HAS PREVAILF.B IN NEW YOKE SINCE THE BUZZARD. Tills afternoon a horse belonging to the District and attached to one of the prison wagons was taken suddenly' M, tell to the ground and was un able to rise. Dr. McKenzie. the District veterinary surgeon, said It was afflicted wit b t he disease which has killed hundreds of horses In New York during the blluard, known as asat urla.or uraem'- poison lug, caused by standiug in the stable sev eral days and being well fed w ithout the necessary exercise. The doctor said that the animal could not recover, and Agent Key shot it. 1 his is the first case of the kind w hich has been reported m this city. District VaveraBMBl Attain, MlSCKLLAN'BOrS. Owing to a Blight detect lu the new pumps, the new engines stopped suddenly this morning, cap. I tain syuions left at 10 o'clock to exaiulne Into the | cause. I.IQrOB I.irBWBB. The following retail lliiuor4icenses were Bp proved to-day: Lewis T. brtdwell, (TJl 7th (treat southwest; James Fortune, 444 N street north west; Joseph Roth, 6-JH Virginia avenue south west, and by wholesale 10 1- loren.-e A. Harring ton, 'J00 Massachusetts avenue northwest. BUILMNti PEBBITS. Building permits were Issued to-day to John Stewart to erect a frame dwelling at the corner of Mount Pleasant and Fllmore streets, at a cost ot 11,200, and Wm. P. Metcalf to build three frame dwellings 00 Sherman avenue and Pleasant Plains, at oost ot (1,600. TBE CBECEB THAT AU TO BB CANCELLED. The checks, said commissioner Wneatly to-day, that are to be cancelled are Mostly tor wiiaeaa' toes, and have been the accumulation tor the past ten years. The amount the checks represent Is only $452.34, and not fMiooo as erroneously suted In aom? newspapers. The amounts that have accumulated during the term of office of the sev eral Boards ot commissioners an as follows: Phelps, Dent, and Twining t 18.70 Dent, Morgan, and Twining 352.WJ Dent, Morgan, and Lydecker 5.7b West, Morgan, and Lydecker 78.M3 At the last meeting of the oomaalssfem at rhar macy ?. J. Saxton, A. &, M. D.; Mr. R. c. Milbarn. and Mr. K. & WatemaB paimi a satislacvory ex7 amlnation and were registered. Yesterday Samuel Hornaaa IB.OaUreUwere drawn as jama la Um Circuit courts Noa. 1 and ?? respectively, and were aooepted thu anr.tM "" "lne Court in General Term waa eacaced toldav IB the hearing of Lhecaseof caproa agSnstt^ prt?,? al- Involving the ooaau^cuoa ot tSe will ?f tne lateOen. Horace capron. II r- - ?*?'? "wcgrht ot W. Dans. vi mic uu: ova. owner tauroo, H. c. Harding, ot Virginia, bo Bower, tor ^500, tow w and 1 oa T street, between 3d and 3d Tbb Looai. Warn Damaobb Worm yeateixuy |after?ooo badj wires, many of tAembstogtraaMtVfvElnltSF* ? AIHIMTOX VKWl AHt ^ Tn YavTIC nmeed >i K-V Waa* VOJ?aj. AKOran Not a a v.?Tbe pr-s.id-nt haa ?P. Faocb U White lo Ml MUn public lor th* Dt? tftctot Columbia ^ T** RnicK?no? or ftecood LW?t. I Mi an, 3d Oaralrv, lis. (km ?wrM by PiMdHL to take efle. i J?IM- 1. Br it leaTO 01 Bbaebce until that On* Uaw. BAKn.ni it relented to-day to Fbomotiok.? Eaille H. o* trk boen promoted from a salary o* fWu to$l_ the Post-office Department. Got. Knt, of Wifc-uiMK, kitilf CbMU Hp baa U*n apendiae a month tftvtuif It U>a South, and la tow on Uh> waj home. He will re. Biain in Waahlngtom however. ft* about ? wewa. He I* mow arrriu* hia fourth term ? tiwiitif. aud II la MM lb at the M im .Mn detavatlon to tbe t hjcagu convent n* will caat tbelr enure vol* Kir him aa a president tal candidate. a* a I LaDkiim PosTTOsan.?Information baa _?_ IWI1.1I at U?r NaT7 ix>pinaitti u>4tf rnaa tk* Cramp ship-) art tbat the launrhlag of the gita* boat Y ofktown, wblcb was to hat* tak*a pUO> m the im id April. will haw to i? postponed oo ac count of a delay In the receipt of tb>- caai-alirel Hiaft brackets lor tb< >be wlU probata) be launched la about a mom u. Pimoihl-Claua B preckela, *tBe ?ugar king," of Man Francisco, I. ltrua-oll of BL Paul, A. Nebsui Ix-wia of Philadelphia, F. * tvharon. ?'?. B I'aion. Ja*. B. Towuaend and Harry kalin of Now York and K. Weigh una u oi New i means, are at WMcker* Br. James McOlontiy. wbo baa both spending the winter in Vt asbligton, * aa called lo. Portland, Mr., to-day by the sudBen death of hia lipitbf-m l .w Mr. llaary. Va. ?. t'atua of Bye, N. Y.. II. V. Hanford ol Florida. Hunreoa C P. llransford of the Nary, lien. * .-siiugLouae, jr .aJ. I *. H. t ptrjjraff ol l*ut?i>ui* and R. P. HoWf and IWi'io Ba< 4i>- of New York. an* at im Arlington. ?Mr. Joa. a uld. bualncse manager of lb* rur llntrton. VI.. dull) tfrr /Vr.?, la at the Ktajin. '"rot. uoidwin Btnlth of Toronto, Cfeaa. T. Kussell, jr., of t nintu idge, Maa-., Bin. Both of Philadelphia and J. K. W shaplclgh of bostoa. an- at Wormier**.-?nuautor Miennan, A. Fob Muinm of tbe Oeriuab legation, tot Poter C. Halus and uartner u. Hubbard of Waaluafton, were in New York laM niwlil J. C. Hl>?i*, ?. a. H*'tla, J. B. M<x h-iik lit and t. W. l.aUflwrt Of New York and K. L. s.-otlnd of siamiord, coak, an- at Wiilurd a. - l:<-pt?-^ntaiivr . >? o-4j Tboa. B. BaUmoii auO J. u?to. cooper ol BoaUtB U U. hto^ -n* of New York, aiv at lbr Kioi* ?'Bka Vraad)" Itrad. tin *fsnsF ??nr, thi Tiiutwwii Ktwa PArai; ourrK'Pomxnt, man run. aoaxiku Mlm AUKtlne sn.-ad. betU'r known to Lbe public M -Bits untndy," diud at ber raaldoaoe, 1.">M I "trust northweat, at lo o. lock tbto rnurau^ of pnoutuonla. She bai U-en in deUoat* bealUj tor aom? year*, but ban, by AakuiK good care, man aged to avoid Ulix-aa. .Yttoui tea day* ayo aba caught a severe cold, which connn^d Im-t to tbo bou?e,but unili day Iwiocv yeatentay uoft-amwero entonalnedot anytuiu^ acnou*. ^h* waa one of ibe best known of the tetualr correspondent* lu W aablugton, and ha>> lor yeara M-nt vi.tntkiallHt letter* to tbe Boston <;/?/.., ibe New York and latoly to tbe New York H-mlM. bbe bad a large ao^'ialntaiKt- w n ii puho. m>-n, not amy in Washingtou but throughout the ci>untry. Uur.ug tbe kUiLUicr acaaou ahe h.i- Un u in tbe babtt uf wr.ung letters from tbe principal >uann<-r n - nort*. wblcb (.onuuited a good d>-al <4 importaol political niAiter, a? well at ??? lal. No arraugr menu have yet been nud>- ior th<- luaeral. Tbe Vetlaa al lirapkk Arte Bpiaad. To-day, tbe acction ?.f graphic arts at tbe Na tional Museum waa opened to tbe public. Apart of the sjiaee ne rved for t lie xectlon, and wblcb It not ready for t he public was at ill cloaed. Tbe secti'in conialim roll".Ml na arranged ny Mr. M. K. Koebnr, tbe well-known art cnilc, wnlcn tltnatrate tbe |>r.? ' s*?*s used in tbe graphic art* and tue resuita obtained. Pencil, crayon anil charcoal drawing, m<>tio!.vplru:. wood en^raring, etocUAK. sieei t-ugratlug, litbograpby, pboio-engra* 1114 and other proct-*?>3 i? pn-.vmod both by apeu iii'-us of wuiic and by series, nbowiug tbe various stages of 1 ue work, and also I lie appliances and luuierlal* used. Tbe collections will ail on* of Uia balls. On Tkial fox KoHocar.?In th^ Criminal Couft thi- luornibK I..i?nuce Murpht waa placed ou trial for lorginx acceptance* o( jobn D. <.ruiauni and \t. 11. Makdli ), in. lKss.mtj.-r u, INNU-Boaara. T. f. Miller and H. C. Clagetl for deieudanl, and Mr. ?X>yle pruMs-utiiig. The deii-nse moved u> lako the case from the jnty ?? tbe ground of tanaaoo and argui-d It at Mitue length, i be court lout tbe motion under advisement. Ill Ml BrRGEas. On Wf?li>"?.lay. Warrb ?t. 1MB. aftara lixur tllnean. tUl l.tX H bt lu,ts?. 1* UM lu(V third ?aar <f hi? a** Paat hia miflerinira. 1 ??t bla pal a iim> U> w*?|i. for taaraarr vaia: rum tha tumuli >f thi t'nwat, 1 or he wbo auflrttsl la at nut. Funeral from bit la'- rvnl?nca. ror. 11th and P stiss-ta <f-titliaeat. Pri.iav.at 1 o'. lock |<jii Fnaada and relatitaa m?itad to at ^-a-L ? M'.ILI. ?>n VHrrh ??, lsKH. at 4 ? a.m. at paaa* nn-nia. JOHN llttll.l. aife.1 -iirat> f..ui yaaiw. 1 1111. ral ir Hi- I-'. . n '.I hia aapbsw, SSSS PrcaiMs-t avntnir. s turda) aifxrunun, at 3 |> m fce.a tivaa ami imiKt* iwfril il.> m itnl k attend EAHTMAK At lila n-anlence. Purtaniouth, B. M Man h 1H. IMKH O n.inaailar 1 HuM As HF.NUKBSuN t.Asiman. u.m a Kunaral front tar Chan b of the Fpipbaay, Fnder, Mar. h S3, at 11 a m. 11. latin-, and frtawda reapsei fully invited t*iat ?ttd. (?H1FF1N. <?i Man-li 'Jl. 1HKH. U 10 p m.. WIN NLKl.Ul IjIHI I'lN. W.ih.a ot Martin Urifln, la Uta aiKUeth vaai of her aft. Ma) ?u< raal idmi. Funeral froui her late rMidenea. 511 Jat kann itml nortlieaat. at 3 o'cl iek p.ui. on Fnlai Man h 5A Fliendaol the fai:.11 > an reaperUall) lavitad to at teud. ? HAMMF.R. On Wadn-adav moraine, Manh 21. lhKK. at til In?at!i- Aavlniu. aft-r a toucllluesa, M AK O AKl.i HAM MIC 11. a kaUit ot Urnuw). IB lb? aiatl - brat yrmr ?t her atft-. Funeral from her da.whtar** reanlea<-e, Mn. l?ai liarj). 1M1 ?th atreet nurtbwaat, I nuaj at S p.ia. ? klKKWOUU. Fell aalea,' 111 J<au?, lwla.?a 4 and a (lVlia-k on -Mediie-dhj- Iiioniltue. Mar.-h 21. iMMi. uf heart d 1 a>-aae, Jn> Al II t N klttKWuoll . ? . , ?vi.i?i ?iit nini\ w < n^p 1 Iineral trwtn hm late r-aid^uce. Vv 1215 H atisv-t Uertliweal, To-u.orr"? ilnilm 1 afteruo.Hi al 3v'< iul ltelatlvi? aul trienda iniileti i.> a.tewd a MILLER. Thursday. March 22. lf?8N. ..f pueu mouia, HKHUi l k. la I l.i .Kit. airtsl aiat> tbrseyaaia Sutu e of luueral I11 rmfti i tiltl.lHON At Herailon. Va , ?n Tinaday. Marvfc 2d, ISMt. at 4 o'clock I' 11... Josl I'H. |<>nnaa<l awn J. w. ana \ iiytnla F. vrna?u, 111 tbe a*\**tii<r<*u'.k >aar of hia im * OW F.N. Ou Tliur-dar morniua. Man h 22. ]NKN. at , llif i*?id>lKf of lua im tie r. M:?. M. U llnl 11. 1 14 1 rtunderiavft i'lacu, KLNNI.OV li.Xi oKLX, m lua 1 eleventh year Funera. Saturday, at .1 p. B1 3 VI ADK. on tt-iloeeiU). Mar. h '.'I. 1HHK. at ? o'clock a. In.. JAM V? Inloieil wile nt On-ar il. V lad-, bom 1U St. Ikij 1 i?i.ut>. Ma . Ims . inher lu, 1MI4. ^ Funeral from liTlate realdence, 121(1 Hltth nUwt southa:e?t. satunlay, March 24. at 2 o'elora |v iu. Ii. tciiurut at ait. olivet Utaltunore Bun please "opv.l * RK KR. On March *.'1. 1 ses, at n ISO o'clock a id . HI'OO Jf'IJIls, yoiiiareai aouof Jobu and IradiikO Hi. ka. aired . In. ) ears. A ptedoue one from U' haa iroue, A v Oks- we li.vasl la etil) d A l li-i-e la vacant In our huine, \\ bicb aev. 1 can b. nilsd. Ood in hia wiadotn haa recalled 1 lie boon Ilk love had riven. And tb mrh the bodj au.iihlvra haf% lba aoul ta aaf? in baavau. ht Hia raini Funeral will take place from hia iwrenta raaidaaoe am Canal ruad. West W.abuuru>u. on 1 r day. M r. h 2*. at 2 o'c lock p iu. F rkuoa Lid niatl Tea art na|MUullr mntod to attend. a* KIOBDAN. On Manh 2L 1MB. FATRICK BlOB DAN. awed lift)-live yeara, a native of Couaty Kerr), Ireland. Funeral will take place at Bo. ItKtB Blsth street Bortbwaat, Krida) at 4 o'rb-k p.w 1 ri-n?l* lanied ? host At Blot.uibeld. N J? Tvewlay. Man h Ltl, 1MB, BABAB i_ Bust, siduw of the IMe i.lsalaln t . ftioM. t uneral. Friday. Man h 2.1d at 2 r m.. fro? resi dence of ber sou. Martin t. Ferkiiaa. BlounBeid ata, BloomBald. N. J. ? KFVMOCB. On Maroh 22. IBM. at tbe rsmdeweeaf ber Orotbar, W. B. KBu.iu. CllkkklM Si VMoCK Notice of funaral bareafter. a ? BMUOBUK. oa Wednesday March 22, 1MB. al b o'clock aja., JAMks sBUuHl k. 1a lbs aitiaw auth yaar of biaaB*. . . . Funeral will take place from bla late raatdaaaa, Oa? duit road, w^t ol dactwatowa. Friday, tba BM.at S Km- _ __ bNF.AD. Of paaeeoela. Tharadav, Mamk *1 at 10 o'clock a. m . MARIA Al BTlV BBbAD. essass-i ? i^ssii jwa-??? lortbwwB. IMalUmoea papara piaaaa oowii MoUCIl Is PABTOt MCLTCM n FABTO, MCLTClf IB FABTU BtXTCM IB PABTOh I860 iseo m KATIOBt MOBmaDfTAL WUBBB 12?. UI.lttfMtt.An. vw. nm uj A^Aa^ssi^ AS vr A praruoal aajiariaiiri of Many Ibuty )Mh at tbt pamea of tbaMbBt. arrA2Sr-v*a?BAWB. T. A MIL BBBT BBBB1WU OOMFANK.