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vwe. Acomfnsm =a =ii n M111 as mm - - T sOm eres -ns s Am e iNnzfrso s. vo n easer. The mmi sepert o g - Ser iM year bee bees piase Sr durawtima. The objeat f at asse . an at oin ae re pert. is to provde Seve Nm for the pre tstoim, eh ""m.eam tieprevainteteornety to amals throgheu the DIit af Colum hW mad ehd ee.m.- d -- asetive sympathies of ME go sties ot the District. Three hen bed eand fertsn mesns of cruelty to *hildren ae % *men e crualty to anmals have hes tevetigsee and aeted upon durig the pea year. Abandoma. tmatat wre cared for by this so ety. and children are taken from immoral *nursmdmi= or from guardians who are ha bital inebriates and placed in good homes Two agents are b traversing the District t warn, arrest and have =pus those who taeict cruelty apn the hel The society puts up drint!ngfountaim. gives med"l in recognitios of coiaspcous humanity Mad eadeavore, by lectures, n'terature, prises e., to caltivate a hu=ane sentiment among the ohilires. While it is a recognised fact that m ls open cruelty is observed on our stresS tan hefore the orgafmzaton cf the seem .tweis still enough to reflect on ms aZ1. and to makeevery humane gMad a opportunity to contribute The seesay appe to a who are interested AD Jt work #w co-operation and support. Cow taboUsmp donations and bequests are re speuamw selte& Tim G33?'ws arron-re. Whs Iepart of Agent Key shows: Number of ss tnes.ted 1.575; remedied without pr--S , 1,M; prosecuted, 2W7; convicted, 3t u;r kL 13; cases of animal. unit to , ane of animals abandoned to die, 8; =aimals killed by the agent, 29;cases of best kg or whipping, 54; cases of overloading, 47; emmoleverdriving. 49; driving when galled er lame, 418; lack of food or shelter. 54: general nw W6; colateral forfeited, 8W; Anes Agent *'a werk ws. Number of casse in T!gaM d. 741; remedied without prosecution, U; pressented, 36; convicted. 97; acquitted, measaof aals unt to work, 302; cases anmals ab..o.si to die, 2; animal killed by the nget, 4; aes of beating or whipping, 2; esse of overleadin, 3; cases of overdriving, I drivig hm @alle or lame, 230; lack of fooii er sheltr, 2; Se collected, 53L The repart of Agent Wilsou shows that dar kg the year he was peinted guardian for ters orphan boys who enlisted in the U. I. ay, mest of whose are domng weil and prom An to beeme good seamen. The result of Agent Wilson's Wperatious are given as follows: Commi lavastigated, 314; persons prosecuted, 11; aflled, 1; persons sent to jail. 1; Men a persoal bonds taken, 2; nolle EYemaqui entered, 3: cases dismissed. 3; mat to grand Jury, 1; ammicably adjusted, 303; abandneed infants sent to 15. Ann ' Infant Asylum, 1; ahandoaed infants sent to Colored Inftat Asylum. 3; abandoned infants sent to other homes provided. 3; children taken from er gardian and committed to German Asylum by order Poice Court, 3; chil btakn irom parent or guardian and com mitted to Washington City Orphan Asylum by order of Pohee Court, 1; children taken from parent or guardian and committed to St. Ann's Inant Asylum by order of Police Coart, 3; children taken from parent or garedien and comamitted to the Washing to Asylum by ortder of Police Court. 1. Naumber of chilaren taken from parent or guar dien by society's att, 173. Number of chil areas cmmitted- autrial Home School, 46; Washington City Orrhan Asylum, 26; German Orphan Asylus, 9; National Colored Home, 11; Usform Behool. 6; St. Ann's Infant A.Gylum, 11; Mouse of the Good Shepherd, *; House of Merey. 7: Hospitals. 2: Washington Asylum, 7; Colored laant Asylum. 17; Washington Foundig Hospital, 4; Newsboy's Home, 6; Bose for Friendlse Colored Girls. 4; other homes, 7; St. Mary's Industrial School, Balti more, L. 1oOrAM NJ KCTED. The report af the committee on fountains shws that fountains were erected at 1st street and Indiana avenue north weast; 5th street extended and Columbia road; Sseet between 9th anl 18th streets; lth and Z seet sootheast; bouth Capitol and 0 sheets: Minnesota avenue and Pennsylvania aenue extended; Rawson street between Maine avenue and Pennsylvania avenue and 3b treet near Now Jersey avenue. Fountains have also been ordered for the eaner of ylth and Water streets southwest aid the o rner of brentwood road and Bound ary. ana will soom be in position. The Anacoetia railroad contributed the cost oL putting up the fountains at 19th and E setheset and 9th and D in recognition of their ams by that line. tne hundred and ninety-fie dollars were reesived b the committee fro Mi.s Bettes, oesac of an entertaanment given by her. Wi this money and helped by a very satisfae tory eo-epeatio with the water department, by whae the Commiseioners put up the foun ta given by the society. fountains have bees where they were much Meeded. Theme ansa. are f a new superior patr. de for the society by Capt. Hayden, are el a b- cothan thosef y in s and give ow greater facilities There are new in the Disbiet afty feutains, SO which the water department has nade 13 repairs duriag this year. Of these fountains two-thirds are in the northwestern sectios of the OUy. and though the diproportion is not ae as it weald appear when the relative deee tmn of the sections is taken into ae eset Mi still far too great. and the committee husendeavored to remedy it s farma was in their pew. But the demand for fountains ie argent in all section. of the District, and the dssmtesere to call the attention of the seei the clamen in the report of the supe ine iof the water department in whice he weemmeuds the apropriaton by the Com isuieesa et 02,51 yearly from the District rseeroee for the ereetto. and preservation of fsmtim. The importance of this recommnen-. doties used. nocommeent. In conclusion, your esmeaittee desire to express their grateful ap re eto the anfagging interest of Capt ayea thear work and the courtesyth woteb he ha gives them all the assista'nce in ho poser. run aznac~scz casa. Cmuserniug the ambulance used by the asatesy the report says: Through the very gemerems terms mads by Mr. George W. Knox we are at us expense for the care or furnish ing hessas and driver for the ambulance. Mr. Enox deing .11 the work and receiving. a aare et the aincome paid by those who use it, the ettereceipta amounting to evr ng mre than :30 per cent on the oust et the ambulance. By ita mse muchb amroug has been prevented to sick and die ahied animanis, anda prompt and easy method -esie for reoving dead animals from our eetoa macanrra e The efuore andeomasitteee of the secesty for US am aSfetewe: Preeident, Mr. A. S. Pratt; uiss pedsdent., Non. Arthur MacArthur. Rev. 5. 5. Ubhpen, Mrs. Win. E. Cuaandler, Mrs. A. L. Baber. Rev. Win. A. lartiett. D. D., Mrs. Jioreece Murray H. F. BMount, J. B. T. Tup ses M a gh Ec~llugh, Mrs. L C. Halfi Ma . Uhdnsy Everett, Rev. Tennis L. H==lie, D ; earrepeadiag secretary. Parker Mana, 2".as. Kaloramsa aveas; recording sesery, Mism. A Pet, 23160 o et north west; ausselal secretary, Mrs. . a . Mao Nasimed 18361 F eet; tresurer, Edwin M. TrueR, 3NM K steet. Enemative .---tt.- The prddn, the Meseer and secetaries, exoie- Ms. K C. Mn.is iA J. Chipman. J. i T. Tup.. Mm. array, Mms Harriet Lor maa.K BedMrs. A. L. Barber, Mrs. Mea. , 3ev- . K hpe r.Cram mend Meu0Mis Ema Bse. . a ap. A melt. Mrs. K . Emm M Magh MeulsMms Eamb Ihto, Mm .V. Coirus, M. Mesrea, M. - 3isst, Mr. Perher Mann, Mms haber Mtm, i wemdeles Ooertom. ganimed~ &3 2 . Tuppor, A T. iitm -J C an, Mr. 5.5.1. aseM. of .. . Mm 5C.Mea. A tKf.m.U. 5..dMa, ein em aned ToSe, e. Ej. M m hefIlnv M 1.(r, Mm annle e. sr and inm Mm M Ie.== MgM 0s111m100 M Am nd Mso@mb-K F. DMe t6 enskomn ; 3.V K 00% L X Wnysiettkumla.-Dr. P. L JAmal osmby Anunhe NbdM A. POOL aimals maN .? R me (orPalm. ermi es.e.e or s3 Law. The law In feves in is DistrIs (us et As gaa 3,171,) provides p==na=== by Imprie memant In Jail net exceeding ne yer, or by s met= xeeding UM, or bet, for eruelty to ansimals (which Includes all brute eratres), by over--iog, eVerdriving. overwOrkig, ter turing, torsating, eprivg of aessry s teneuss, eruely beating, mutilatig, or erelly hilling, or esag er precuring the me I be doss; by u==--j--y falare t the owner or other posse. hauing ay animal in bigshare ar esody to vid the eme with prop food, dri h, or printection iom the weather; by cruelly driving or working an ai smal when unit for labor, or cruelly abandon ing the name, or oarrying er causing the seme to carried in au annecessarly cruel manner. The law alse provides the me punishmesnt in mm none shall heep or be in any way som rwith or interested in the manage ment of any pIese kept or used for the purpose of fighting or baiting of fowls or aimals, sap= or To a LAW arLaTnie to cUITo CaILDaaN. The law for the protection of shadres (ort of February 1, 185,) provides that any person who shall torture, cruelly beat, abuse or will fully maltreat any child under the age of eigh seen: or any person having the cstody and possessio- of a child under the ago of fearteen who shall expose or aid and abet in exposing in any highway, street, field, hoos or other place with intent to abandon it; or any person having in his custody or control 'a child under the age of fourteen who shall employ or exhibit it ew in any way disposs of it with a view to its being employed as an acrobat, gymnast, con tortionist, circus rider or rope walker or in any exhibition of like dangerous character, or as a beggar mendicant. street singer or street musician, a=ll be liable, upon conviction, to a fuen of not more than O20 or imprisonment not exceeding two years, or both. It also provides for bringing before the Police Court any child subjected to cruel treatment, willful abuse oir neglect, or any child under sixteen found in a house of ill fame, and for its commitment to an orphan asylum or other pub lie charitable institution, with the consent of the authorities of such institution. IOLaTIONs OF LAW 88OULD as aRUoavan, It is requested that all casee of cruelty to ehildrea or animals may be reported to the eMIe of the society, No. 1817 F street, room 10, Bun building. Telephone call, A. L Pratt A Bon81 No. 87-. A 1POM DID MT. What Raurght Abeut the Pre-eti f a Gahibnt Union Omeer. To the dner of The Eveiar Star: For some time in the fall of l86 and spring of 186 Col. Smyth commanded the Irish bri gade and second division second army corp, and the whole army wondered why he was not promoted. His reputation as a masterly sol dier was of the highest, but he was no poli tican, and in spite of every efort of his friendse his claims were unnoticed. until in sheer desperation old "Lara Reynolds," surgeon, Irish brigade, wrote the inclosed. A copy falling into the hands of Gen. Grant he was then immediately promoted, then showing bow small a thing will sometimes produce re sults the most strenuous efforts failed to ac complish. Gen. Smyth was the last general ofcer killed in our civil war. He had three horses shot under him and his clothing cut several times. went through thirty-ve engage ments and fell the morning Lee surrendered. If you deem it worthy of publication it would no doubt prove very intereAting to many of the survivors of the old second* army corps, all of whom knew him. Respectfully, C. B. Taxxxn, Late A. D. C. 2d div., 2d A. C.. Army of the Potomac. "1hee's Not a star for Ye, Tem bmmyth." (A sour addrsed to the brave AC. Thos. A. Smyth Dt wonunonn. *ret r--rinaat uf 1)e-awsre volnatewr, Slaurence heynous. buneuon saty-thiad regimeat ve luft voiuntmeers. Irsh tirlas Though star are falling very thick. tn many a canons spot; And warriors rising very quick. Who never heard a shot. Still, though you periled limb'and life, And many a lght went through, And laurels wna in every strife, There's not a star for you. on lim yt, There's not a star for youl "lie true. when close the hostile lime The headlong charge you lead, And year sword, giury a beacon, sMn, In front of your brigade Bat you can't like a courtier gin, No little work can do, 8o you perchance a ball may win; But there's no star for you, Tum Omyth, There's no star for you. Whene'er you tread the crimson see, Your form and soul expand; In aides times you'd seem a god, -Not Hancock self's more grand. But then your sword, a wily tongue, Nar greater deeds can do; For while stars grace the gabby thrUONg, There's nut a star fur you, Tom lmyoth, There's not a star for you. No coward in the ranks Is sees, When gallast tieyth appears, Men kindle at his voice and mies, And move on with gay cheers. Smyth's spirit moves the glowing mms, Deeds past their power to do; Yet while such things you bring to pak There's not a star for you, rum nmyth, There's not a star for yowl But by you for no selish eaft Is battle's Sag unfurted, You at to save our glorious laws, To bless the fature world. -Rave Manrock owne you're shined ad heave, 'The army own It too Thea the proud feeling you must have Is rank and s star for you, Torn amyth, Is rank ad a star for youl ?331 YOUR ClAAS 13ES3. A Eer Simple Metb:ede in Make Year Usury Clay Enley-Mls Ftemm the New Yirk Mai and Expirs. "There are many men who, though Inveterate smokers, will not buy their cigars by the box," said the proprietor of a Park Row Cigar store the other day. "Why dont they? Well, I find the reason ofered the must frequently is that the cigars become dry before the box is emptied. Cigars will dryin a few days so much as to be un pleasnnt to the cultivated taste, If care is not taken to prevent them. The first two rowa will taste good, but the last two are so different in taste that the purchaser sometimes thiahe he has been cheated. "There are various ways to preveut this. Ciger store keepers put a damp7 sponge In the show case. Bunt of course this is notprti ble in cases where but a single box is ketfor home consamptios. But cigars can bekept propely mos and pleamat at home with but littl care. One way, and not a bad way, either, is to cut an apple in four patresmove enough cigars to smake a hole igenough to put one-quarter in ad then keep the lid of the box closed, except when It must be opened to get at the eger The p Iece of apple will dry gradually and the tobacco will abaorb the maseurs it throws of. One-quarter of an ap ple will keep a single box ef cigars moist until - i~t this meethed Is likely to give a pseuliar Bayer to the cigars-not an unplesat flavor but foreign enough to mar the enjoyment ek desete tobeces. "A simspler way la ts pet the beg of elgr away in seome eleset. If yen have o nexet to an air shaft it will de. Keep the box there, re moving the elgara as you want them. They wIE net beesme dry, but reman hirly mae so in a way better than either et these la te was the boe n herefrigmeaer.sriaar Ye.There's mengetm theie resia Yes needn't e theme en tebt la ths ew u ot the srgete.Therew=9 be but dampasse in heep them mnet ad net esg tomeseothem net. If ye. keep the sver et the bux oleed as tint kern meat er er anyhlgelse that mybe ia if after foeweiag my disestioes yen B a tu sesesal tedI an sad it mabe yen a p. entet a beet 1 aaa Garetas." At Spigsd Ohieb Wedaedap man the ilaeat -e etNi me.nd Use. inew wassend dead In bed. the ferssl mervism Caenr eed. me.o ~~emevat ef the bedy ammes nes bin het of egm pusein bste end Mese Qer as L se Qbmea ete adG m i toduh h 51 thee eM II is.7 "Wouder how Jumbo would like to take Johann Hors Malt Extract with every meal? I love it. Mamma says that it is building me up aft my last spell of sickness. I must try It on Jumbo. He is sick. One of his legs is out of joint. But only the gen ins-none of the imitations for me." The genuine comes in squatty bottles and nas the signature of "Johann Hoff" on the neck of every bottle. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole Avent and Importers of Mineral Waters, 0 Barefay stree, New Yo rk. AUCTION SALES. FUTUNk DAYS. AuctionU~k JUNCANRON s en .D .reats V. SALE OF SITALT INVE97MENT POP E 1T :O Ia.9 tSTH (UNEENK) xTREIT N. W., G O GEOWN. T N On . * SA. IA0 C I WNTNNN 1k. at HALD.PAST FOUM O'CL C P.M.. we wil @e in frot hf t ofoia l 1nd Min Lehieg e.nd C Teo" aito so G)*".*town. ir..na~ .. .,s n Twenty- itu street; improved by a oortatde -ira dwetaisr. lTrm: On.-tuird eai. baSce a ayable In oe and two=, or beoom. troin- day of sale. or all ecah.a.t pr'c s option. elerre Playmen'flt" to bear 6 ier cant interet r asnu. paable seni-analany. and to be secured by dleel of trsttn itee real estate mold. CoVeya*,,lo ad recoffling at purchaeei ' coat. Pro y d clear of lazes to Apri 1 )W!. Good title or no saIe sit et 100 reuied at tin.e of male. 11 terinsol are not cu.apli.-e with within ten days the. property will be resold at the rims and cost of de.aultinx turchame after &ve days' uotice in The Eveni" tar. DUNCAIIMON BRO1.. nansi-deds Auctioneers. LATIM & SWAN. AUMMee". FRENCH PLATE GILT FtAME mIRROR. BOOK CASE AND SECItLTAUT .INE MO1jUXT CAR PET LEATHY-tupitl-D DINLUM AND EAN CHAU. IBCKEli.COUCH Ed. EATT.S "E TH. FINE W ALSUT MRlhtox-r toNr WARD RO.BE. WALNUT MARBLE-TOP SlIDEBOAItt, OAK AND WALNLT EETENSION TABLES. BaUSLS A 1RAIN CAD.Tl. OAK AND 4:1ER-I ciVAMIBER NUlT. ODD BDLI EW EADS.B UREAUS AND MANl STANDK. I NtoJEWuOD. MAHOGANY AND UAK; ODD TABLlB. DOUBLE AND slNOLE, WALDROBE. 1AN'1iL BED. ANTIQUE SECR.TARY. POR TIERIES ND LACE GANGINiim. MATTING. IN. W. 8 PINGS RIATTRkllsf.. laOWINo, MACMINE C 14A AND GLASS WARE, EITLN'EQ USITE*. be.. MA riAhUCTION. On TUESDAY. AtARcI IKNTY-NINTH. D0102 conunencinprat TEN O'CLOCK A. M.. at NO 91 FtIUhTEE.. IH 'TiKET NORTBWEsT (OPPu SITE FItANELIN OQU ARa, we will evil the above hounweold eerti. vii. It will lbe fund in sne cneid tion. and .ser ving of the at etion o i tose n search of good 9mritare. TIMER & SLOAN. mN'Zds Auctiueers. WN. LOWENTRAL. Auctioneer. P.REMPTORY AND FINAL AUCTION SALE OF ALL THE FURNITURE. UILCLOTH MAT. TINGS. CONTAINED IN Nil AND 813 BE% LNK STRELT SORTHWEST COMMENC ING NOZDAY MOE'4Ii NIAnCh TWENTY. EIGHTH. AT TEN c OdK. Balance of stock includes: 153olihed m!Omk Plate Gls . Roo SuieM o Wa~nut harie-tor B. an S uites. 35 l-ois.he 1n ~= 10 Parlot Mu-teS, in tapertit. rr and plush. Mirror-trout Wardrobe. Os 'ecresaries, Bookeame. Flat-top and Ladie' Deiks6 Exteusion and rancy Tals ~lw :hcl Cana, Sukers. Wage and Double e al E . China cioets, ALSO 10 Batr Mattre-oe, Pillows. Siriles.m Pieces of Hat tn". Large V eivet tors. &c. 50 Mattresses of 4L. inda. slightly Me. 140 Chairs. odda and ends. oale without reserve. Goods at private ale unti .ction niornuig. w. LdWENTHAL. AN&d-39 - Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. F. WaiRIna JOHNSON. Auctioneer. I will sell by pale anotion at the store of H. K. Fulton. V. D l'AnIvansia ablenue north west. com inonelng TUESDAY, MARCH TWENTY-NIATM. at'iR! O'CLOCK A.M.. ail theunnedeeened pledwes in hIs stock uponrwhich interest is due twelve wonths or more. aSe will consist of Gold. Silver and Nea cased toatches. Chains. rms. Lockets. ad P n, Cohar Buttone. Cuff &ttons. Mete of Jewelry. Ear rings. Bracelets. Neck Chains. Medals Plain Oule and bet hMas. 1ilver Ware, Diaaonds and other I-recious Ston fine; Oil Painthure. Looks,. Albums. Seal J.h. Dress Goods. Plated Wave. Gents' cothinfr, Opera Glassen. Guns. Rises. Revolvers. Ban tIn,. brel ainei. Phutoirraphie Camerm. Musical. athe. SinI u trwicl Intrauseets kc. a ist, continue Mus.NLi at TIN '0LRK and EVENING at 8EVEN O'CLOCK. until all the lots are sold. Tkcket helidrs will plaese take notice. B. L FULTON F. WARREN JOHNSON. Anctioneer. mnb-t* RATCU)'FL DARN Is CO.. AMUins. TRUSTEES' BALE 0-EVRT DESIRABLE IM PROVED PROPENETI2. BEING NO. 174;, JO'HNSOIN AV".NUE AND No. 613 SIXTH bTstKET SOUTHWEST. WASHINGTON. D. C. Under and by eirtue of a -decr. . .d on thie 34 day of Mlarch. 111112. In equity comus No M347' docket No. *1. ef the Suprse Court of the Distrit 1 ,t~lmubla. wherein William R. Show is cosup.alnani andThomsa N(Jahelletal. ae defmndanta.the under sgned will e er for sale to the hierh.at bidder on TUESDAY. ThS FIFTH DAY OF Al'RIL. A. D. 1Me:. at MALF-PAST hOUR O'CLOCK P. X.. in tret of the prsi.sas, N0. 174-1 Johnsan avemue, the tobowinv real peeperty. to wit: All that pieeeor parcel of land and freas yn and being in the ciyo Waauairton. Distries of lnubia known and dim t==ias lot 8. 44 t square Wo. :W17. The lot froat 20 teest on Johnson avenue by 1SA set 3 Inches in depth. together with the Improveents. cossistin of a tw.' sAoY brick Feeice with a one-story bricki stable in .h -er Ad tb rqteronT BUuSDAT. THE D&T O A IL. at ALF-PAf C FOUR O'CLACE P. 3. they w.l offer for sale under sad decre. in treat of the pireenises. No. ti13 Mixth street southweat. the fo:.owaag rena prpry: Lot 0. aeuars No.467. Said lot ia 1Ni feet! inches on Saxth ay5 OGin ieand larvedlb Daa ms f uabla. 'Terms of mae: One-thtse cash and the balance in two equal insasiments in one and two yeses with in tereat truen day of sale at the rate of ii per centpe t chor eeso he ofrhas antie fm to tl.e caati uraser.e I a tieens and sa hen on ptied wath witinh ten dlays iroen timne of sle the trus tees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk an cs othtvtnf R 1NG, ANDRE# A. LIPLOE. Ita' Over Eertn' dan stare.nta..d F.j ah24-. 5dm - ALTE U. WlIT-TA MS & CO.,* Anotionecs. SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION OF HOUSE AND LOT ON L nIRET BEtWEEN NEti J~f~E AVEN IE AND FltnT STREET NORTH T.it a ekaed r trert elatd 1slnae .f , land reore tar the Ditito ou i.Iwill offer .kMIIAT HE FAn baAt OF APALAla at 1111 O'CLOCK P'. I.. part of' lot nuinbereal thse S3 10 elanre -nnnlre=ed five hundredt and Atlty-seum' (d37 . descrisad as feobows: I~inn ior the maan at the distance o1fiAfteen (Ls test frean the southeast cornet -of msa lot and running thence at ASteen( 4 .') st; thence north one hun. dedd thittyex(lI>l test "even E7) anches; thence eat flstean (IA st; thence sanheone hnidred and meats In alt and tweive nionthe; the prchase tive his natee her th daeeed ynaeatm beariner ( per eent interest. a~spgby a deed of srnse npu. the preperty. deanattimae 0f asae Oiavernesenat EUGENE CASIa. Trustee. emheNSd L a. aene m. w. R""AntI~ . 3*3 a co..?ms TWO.T4JS 3CR UEiE.AOD~P O inane end ti yass. at dit e e A ofess go ~ f o te treof ,ad '"As""e." feN.''ul ' etl a at ~ 3r~anenes UsF e . nECEhN. ANT ALC am, MADRA uANNIN ienmels i ABoom S. E riusels Caniba, . a n a=d Staier ests MaU11an. Auliec Rocks"5 am JLrchais. O = f *anda05r -r tVcte.d Easter work of Germsn art with eSm Stot mra imiss. oomjleandmi other nnabers of Il1Ust1ated WArS, w care valuable. Artist's Is fer On INEUS O I MARCH TUE Funat residence No. 1 7 : at. ns. - a ollectio of houehold goods. Thea= %.u Blstae~ witham a square of the residence. WMIk WLA1IMER & S;l AN. Acuonbsl5, r " DAYS 0 THE JAPANESE AET SALE. t** $1AY sad eOnL WING DA1S0 ELEMta A. if. and TNEEP. V. we will ee The balanceof this m&gClocentolection of IAPAN ESE BLIlC-A-BRAC. BLONZE8.IVORY VARtVNGS, SCREENS, &c. This stock nmust positively be dlosed. out within a few days. It thersfore agerds the great est opportunity for bargain hunters to 55cU15hmnd some pesnts at& a merly nomiinal coi. DON'T NAIL TO ATTEND TUE SALE. WALTER B. WILLIAMU & 00.. Corner 10th . and Pa. a Ie. RA'C"T"- DA""E"--''' al".v..w T6USTEE's SALE OF ALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY. BEIN HOU E NO. 21 nEVENTH STREET NdTHE.wAMT. By virte of a ders of the up eCourt ofte Distrect at Columbia, passed on t 1th day or Mar . t p. in qunity cos No. 1;.7 I. thme unds teew. ee'l on MO DA. THE FOLTi OF AP 10l.16W%.at public auction, at F IV ('CL P. II.. In front of b premises, the .outh .tten feet of or:annaa lot nunberedl seven (7). in uar~enuni bered eight humued and menety-lonr (8). an te cat of aah.ngton. D. Hta.. improved ny a two-story and celiar brick house, a.ijun9ii) P-toot a.y. thRO rac a 'hebalI HOwE al insl meta. payable in ofn and two years fron the dr of .e or all enn. at the option the purchaser. e diefeires payments to bear Interest at U per cent and to bae cur.-d .,y a trust urgon. tue property soid. A depoatt of *D00 wil. he required at the of sale. If the ternas o; sale are not conmpitd with in !:teen days from thmed 'y of .de tIhe trustee reserves the right to ree l tAs prp erty at the risk and costof the defaultin iur taster alter lye days' utdvertisensenit of buch resele In mona. new pae .ubhised in Wa.h.nrton. D. C. All or - vemao in and rscordln r at he ryt hbep eer nih2dds 4m0O5th at. n.w. DUNCANhoN BROo.. Auctioneers. U11n anid D tets nw. TRUSTEE8' SALE OF VA. iJABLE UNIMPROVED I RE AVENU BE'l F SANDfTTII TY TON. D. C. ly virtue of a deeree of the Supreme Court of the Ditit of Columibia. psaset on the sth day of De-. 4'_4ber ilb. nequity cause No. If0t0e t wi . oALf M 3tr. at public auction, at HALF-PAT FOUR O'CLOCK P.d., in front et the preaises, lot lettered "C." m square numbered one undred end slVenty-s een (177). in the eit t Washnon. D. C. Ternms of mle proscribed by the decres are one-thirdil camh and the balance in two equal mnatlhnuents, pay able in one and two yearm from day o1 ma e, or all cash. at the option of the purchaser. The deerd Pay-1 nmsnts to bear interest at ii per cent and to be secured bD XaNO BRrust upn Ahucrti onee. Ad~to w hudred (S',OWdolasa wil be req'uired at tiea sale. Aau conveyanc~ng at the cost 0 the purchasemu. If teraof sale are not complted withs'in ten days the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the riS anda st 01 defaulting purchaser alter such far ther advertiae asm thesai t amn proper. E. Roi 77. atI bOuilig. Trusts. Smhl-dads 33U d4 at. n. w..) OABDOWING S SON. Anotionsees. EEECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY. NOS. 41D AND 4:W THIRD STIRET NURTEBAST AT AUCTION. On THURIA T. MAR TH IRTY-FIRT. liNG, at HALF-PAuT OUM O'CLOCK P. ., .we wall mal, In front of tme prenises, lot In truicuet's udah vision of squarem5i. frontini 30% feet on the west aids . of 3d at. between E at. and Mass. ave. by am ses depth of about 6N1 leet, inproved by t wo cogna~io two-story bac dwelling couses. Nos. 1 and 3s TesAs eaeb. A deposit of a100 required at time of male. ConveyaKmy and recordinr at ost of purehsaer. If terms of ma.e se not compaed with within oen days the sessor reserve the right to remall at risk amnd coat a n loead tw ORGE VONEIFF. Executor. AT ME h SLOAN. Aumea The d t. TRUSTEES' SALE 0F VERY DESI~tBLE PROP EltTY. BEING NO. 1308 (Q STREET NORTH WE51T. WAr$BINGTON. b. U. by re o an brde ou the upeCourt of the huntredto COVUolubu, wids one ie t day of ne. ary. A. D. 85ei . an the c ms of th fr. Crowa et l. to. 3ms. I. Crne nt a.. No. 1wi Ein quiy Doedet tro.ee re.I isailve the higheal bIdder inprot= the orenlaa== onMONDAY. THE TWENTY-a-.IGT DAY F MACD. A. D. 15WE. AT' HALF-lAST h OUR O'CLOCK P. Mt., the folowinir real poiey to wit: All that pseor parcel of land ai~ anm situate, lyinar and heingr In the city o1 Washingtu In the Daatrict of o.funlia known and distinaru ase - lot Sfty-seen 467) of Kin -umn's rscorded subdIvIsion of sqear. nuniared twa hundred and iorty one (tM1). The oet fron:s 2 feet on Q street by ad th ofpo 0 fast to aun aey *1(0 joe. wads; also has aid. aley 4 fe wide on the east. LImpoMe by a two-to:ylrane dwael anben- No77. Q atreat northwest; Is SON. Auctoneers. Tsras oi ma e: One-third of the purchase money in Gash ama the balance in t wo equal lnetallmenits in ne and two years, with interest mini dlay of sale at the rate of six (ta) per cent aer annum, payable emn annually. to he secured by the lpromiseery notes of the purchaser and Sed of trust on the oP or all cash, at the PurchaOr's option. A depoatof winw=l e required of the purchaser at tIe lune. of se. All vsoneyancinar and recordinr at the coat of the nor ef .d If the teems of sale be not aomplesd ettin ten dafromn thns of sale the trustea reservaste gh resell the property at the rise and cost .6th. datng purchaser. tOBER1o CHRIsTY. Triute, ahl-dbd. 14-0 New York ave. sw. 1 EO. W. ITICENEY. Anctionmer. T 1416 New York aye. TRUSTEES' SALR OF VERY VALUABLE IM PROVED PROPERTY. BEING HOUSE NO. 1110 FOURTH STREET NORThEAST. By v of a certain ded of trust. recordud in ders No. J1. foloi) e e.. one of the land record. far t Districto Columb. ad at the rquhest of tb party elcaet therby. we will ofer .r male In front of tne premas on A TAY. TME TWENTi EIGHTH DAY OF M-AC. hV. at HALF-PATST Fk VV O'CLOCK P. 3... te ollow ir d lecribedr erty In the city of Washington. DisItrit of Coln to wit. All of lt : bi Anstus Jay's subdiv. en o - certain lots In square T7 l. tKin mame r esordied h pooaJ. e. -*l. of the ervyyr's oSe'e of the Distict uibda. sold cuoject to two (I0certain deeds of trust to ecur the u an of $ol.Jandan tereet. TernM: a h in eeseot maid deed of trust 100 de t t tim - of sale. Term ato be compied h m 1n wie or the propetty will ie resold at th fan d costhe dofaultiner purchaser after ae days' en 6ML10t* Oi t E ua. I (aN T retas. . WAGaMA Real fEtate A.tlase.. TRUSTEE s SALE Or aOT PROVD BY THREE-ST RY BRICK DELLING WTH BACK BUILDING AND nTOEEI, NO. t If STREET NORT1amWEST. By vrtue of a seal of trust duly recodol L -in u fol o t et seq., of the landirecao of the aalyamb,. and at the requof t.he ora thereby secured, hwe ill semi. at uposauwo , T 1RB 3Md.at BA I T VE men ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~A wil.=tl.D wt .e gyee Teems: Une-third cs. of which @100 mt he a. posIted at tme timneof mate. and th balance in three equal .natallments.ln aux.twelve anleghteen naomatus, brwihnooe oP pu~ s.ha inntsa freth th urh .If a the not~ th tas dasfdy ee ls e.re -- ing pchsratreht dare' advertaeamen. Agen =619-N4I T E..WA ., ma .6.5 inuo6 n - 16: sep en h ~TR .esenssi erenatml AUCTIION SALELS lS92umagg,~ &Tom ditCLkm .Cln. 1%se g vegd. lanas clear. It is impred y a tWC senan oTe V a cc. I..'"N"|r=a , "a"A' s. e~w: --.T. excelklatw wate nea 1'i hmne. I see - bor taraneand ter o a se levifle AS eateoddrAMA LE A IXTT 1 EO. W. 1T1CE.NE. Auctioneer 1410 N. T. ave. 1AIBOF VALUABLE JIT ON OUAM PME IY 6 IMPSOVED -BY A LAMGE FRAME CHU'WL ly as of a certain deed of trst Ied't N br o. 1 . lolo 417 t s.. one of the land reeds for ae of Colaubia.'and at td request of the 4 te ". a 1Awe uil efrefr oltarRTS D" P aAP L. t k AVE O KLIf P.M. the fed ea AV o ln th~e fousitt te en D.tict of C t hesuth sixty S tal depth of lot bred wet t) s bloc 1!. i. Usti a"g lyvan'saubdtwheom z e Teen- of sale: One-fourth cash and thehbaamee ha ee (1, two (:I and three (3) years, with interest at he of 6 per cmtui per annum. payable send Ae a ed Iy a deed o tust un theprop "IF ;od or all cs.at the option ot the vufcthaar. live depzi at timle 01 saie. Termo to be complie rbin en day-or theo ha T e rnold, at the ink sad i coto he a 4Itw' purcbem. aiter give las edvraun t. Tii 418- kL. WAGGAMAN.Tras. JU N S. 8WOMSTD Truss. emh24-eo04 1)1UA4r0Ns1 Bhus.. Auctiamares. Lr 9 E8' AL lTEEI TWO-GTOBYT AND EMIN CK DWELLINGzI. BING H LWR ISIO U To WAS G .If D. C. By virtue of three deeds of trus tous.beatingdate of 11e1t daG h Of Ptnbr A D i 1.andi dy roed I),.*nu: eI -t " folio *20et e..4=I1 @4 seq s&M f the cords of the D.strct of Comes is.ad at therequest of the tartIes saured thereby.we At i'ub. T a n i ouf the premises. en Mu~y . all DAY fib APRLIL. at IALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the foilowlsg Iacie tce~ros land itue n the dty~z lt tuu oand bedt btaor 1umbered7$. and U ot John r M ken and John Wmt tAwc's ebion Isin sque 244. the sm a rr r M folio Innob of the of arveyor's oAMe of said Distract, each of said lets bav PC a frontage of 16l feet on 4)6 site"t by a depth of LA feet toa12400t ei, and improved by three two tory 0d basement bnrt dwellare. Each house will be sold a t. Terme of sale: One-thu cash. balance i tbree qu payments. payab in one. two and three yeas, nth Intervaat i per cent interest. Vayable sau4a mally, and secured upon the opety so a ash. at the purchasr's option. A tof 100m en ich house will be required at time o sale. All con e'ysn15ing ald recordIng to be at ptivehasge cost. reia0 o ea to be complied with in ten (10) das. erw-is truste.. reerve the riht to .ell twe pert a the risk of the defaulting purchaser or C. H. WILLIAMSON. I W. . DhaUsTNere.bn sh9-eodts O Nce 5(30 ti t. Tw. L A tt h L4A2S. Aulctionceers. L ALAIL& A ILUAN. uctuea% 1407 a St. L'URT S' SALE OP VALUABLE IMPROVED PIufR; IT BEING A P IRT OF CHICE TEatI" SITtfAT.. ON -I fig BOWEN ROAD, OD HOPE HILL. COUNTY OF WASHING TON. D. C. y virtue of a deed of trust dated the 14th da of . A. D. IW4. and duly recorded he LIur o. .k.fobl 4384 et ".' one of the land records of the Piatrk o Columbi", and at the written t f t secured thereby, we will sell at public auction is roto he 'Imie on1 URSDAYth I~hlr-y PIRST DA of MAtCH. IM. at NAL PAsT ,'OUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all nat r or parcel if land ton and bpinr in the county of lasiton."D strict aioresaid. known a and leai part of Chiche tsr." bounded as fflows: I. rinng for the same at the northeast corner of the Ioos lot at a point d.stant one hundred and twenty Ive (12) feet southwesterly trom the nortbeast .orher of Anderson's Aive-acre tract. runn~ng thence North westerly Along the school lot. north Afteen (15) degcee rest one hundred and ten (110) feet. thence south sev. llty-thfee and one-quarter (334) degrees west thirty ax (ON5) lest, thence south Aitteen (15 degrees east on iundred and tan (110 feet to thec tohen oad r ad hence north seventy-tiree and oneuarter (733j) do ."se set thirty-six fat to the beonuninir. wans the nsrvnents. con-sing of two coatertable two tory franme buildingts. Ters of sale: One-fourth cash. balance In two qual Instalnents at one and two years with latores aud secured by a deed o9 trust on the property, or all A. All converancing ansi recor Ing at purbasers ase. A deposit of $100 wil be required at time of ale, and it the terms of sale be not complied with in itteen lays from day of sale te trustee. reerve the Ight to resel the property at the risk and cost of the lesau~tix purchaser. WILLIAM OCKSTADT ' Trust-a. inblOdkds fiHE "vsN0IN. PIANOS AND ORGANS. )NEMA5NIFICENT UPRIGHT; S UL t~i.only 6195; spteah 9U VORC a CO.. 5 7bth et.. Sob an Agents 'lance for rent; pianos moved. di4ae KXAUER AND OTHER PIANOS AND ORGANS at 12MO0t. 0. . K. ,N Agent. Priem reasonable; torms MWasy._____ UASON & HAMLIN PIANOS. Willt n improed mehdo inh-1m hear Ith at. r1RICKERING PIANO. Played and indorsed by the world's moat eminme am THE M T P EC IAO ADE. A full docak MS fair prie-.. noscmndi .W''"*n '' JO'M1P'kf s"W~C """ 11m 1=;t. uh-im General Agntis. IABON & EAMLIN ORGANS. Of Standard Excellenee. Known all over the civilia woe'd bear 1.th 8t. mW-lu Gmeral Aeats Ly)YOU WANT A PIANO? Now or second-hand; or to ezebseg~e yewi -rIen 'ee Call or dro as a line fer catalomu sad pricee t'e bya piano an ou tems of paymt. toGRIME' PIANO EXCHANGE. lad-Na 913 Pa. ave. LI AUNT & DAVIS PIANOS. UNSURPliSE~ EIe.e. touch, durability. mnka and artistic .w. ses ..i I i:.rr : lusitr(Oi Piance taken Is ezcs r.Th emly a.-t. PFhikPER&OELIIFF. .,l6flth atuaw. T'Kf'WAY.ChA~m.. IARILEE. BRIGGS' PIANOS. Orwaasad metinas seri sale or rent. - DEOUk'S Mtilf Stoe.e aS-tW l5&s Pa. ave. KK N N A A bD U SILA NO 5 . [FNEQUALED I ORy~03MAleggl SEE ND- NID PIA Si. - A a aso tt mmya....almost evy well-kown make .w the ronr. In thoou h reui.wl u seduasvr wll earasedgaa HOTFLS. T.E~ STUNTRYANT HOU... sSd atp.3 NEW YORE. U rn - TR UTUETEVANT NOUNS ltte meat central he the ty; nea all elevated read bees ear line.. petmeipal pae.. It nmsan.d ase stage. All Comforts Ho ana, with thes~hdesatese ebgtafthe Netrepoi&ameeAous.e TEE STUSTEYAIT NOUSE. . SE and MIkh ast. New Tas. N. K. 18Th 5T. NET. E AUD . WE- N.OT=. Ih. sea adSm ., 553TT NmOIE., -. W K.. 5. esaMTQn XY - 4 ..meee-- ===w~a ss =====t = Jot BDUCATIONAL S or A CAIN Vxmmaxw= ENDIA& A"D DUmAL EWASTSINYS. 3 mum or aw w eds m Nbwi. A. 1. A. KI0. N.D.. Dimi F" t SL "mIhe t 6t~ ft. a. M 051K 5LAURENT AN LXPZUbCKD T"la = let 4MI pmeu Irm.104 ___ WS, Bm - NTTUH. A 3IOA&IXDAND DAZT SCHOOL Pon Tftxo ?~AND LITTLE G0LS *~ ~ " Mr. L .m D. ~cAN. 0016-tb 14M New. pyg Imthemaths; o mend cmm mendedw wouIm had toobtim. emaircall sw mdamADA w V N.T w. RAULVolNOT cues.. iusyeaa adbeth.puim IKYI IeParsmtt mat._ Twlalluaftsamiti uN. T.Saye.ini1 (N~ ~ ~~~~~~~I AIL~DM~3LO AaU~K.F 8T. Ik.-eW10 kWFAIAL TOURPLN- i MOZ-10 Week--ayQWGalW cetetma . the omWy deww O-COMmutmmw the tnus prosmucatif by hIs NVI0a of phouptic. a traveaUg yocaheidwry of most ame - ky tko eidtif of MjA oama toumlt to diepma Ih am 1te40gerfJ (jUAANTEK TO TEACH ANY IPE3ON TO duwalifesifteaya porwalt a s i 1oi.- so Iaewqatge cc dawtmcm.ymtgmu .rOcaa.m J. - KEY Nauu MA On"..~ 2rM.V" SIVENTM I TDXg LEAOUZ Wow odoisar &lea: UN~- . memer. ani Kim Ion"&. Tot, sioat. Fort I~te 15 iumaMm ppl atLEAUE. be&. luauG and I*A)o mdfor c~ua.lh-i Oew teI NS. bitt, ci ravimu. mah5-nm MI FA rOLD W. MLALEE-rING PtAndO fuEwoiu]medems wtum &au iso.e mom12 $0 MRt Prow-e of imahviimn vot. so tiede; me auts ,uratui.1114 1"t n mw l.SS-4w T DULUTZ7-MCIHoohLL n . H eftim EL~ocuTIOx N OATozT. The Immm 'toog m bfmtjcli teo tior Ims as ol.MXI CLEE 1 ~ St. IS. -K M110s HAX.STKADS -IMIVATZ SCHOOL FOR ebtidra ad oldar gils. Thorouawkmeto Inwa~, Dilate. k.am. g SS *ow. PaILW. JOHN A. KUMNAN. KAftmat new Tat cam e Paumoat Meuoe6 (dhoWt Untveaiti69 Amar iWa WedImut11m. D. C. Ab*I 200L a w 7.h1m SOR TZIU *ONZA@A OUL3S .47 1 S& w.. WNIDNDAT. IEUZUAXY I M On 6w guhm. S~uC. OUNL~ 3- A.. if COLUENMA COLLEGE OF COMMENCE. anth &aa*M. md 'Wimrt. 4aija orrmde Survaas emem memAW tinrem. Modarat010 paku a t meagmwJ F03 m sA3 Yeod~m L m by Av Akjs *mrmem areab L&DIf 0OODL Salm am. . 82111 PATT so~zumT iOTm.T:m. WEDUMUAI. MAR03 0. LM2. K11 na. nuB. dom 1LA sAEE. 0er .. ssa @,ag-*~ aitum SL sLivid ithe M.ADE EAT Ileeve. ig a ts mae the. o u s nd e hars ou to Will wndimlo low. in& bowr hbto b. m.w. amh6-le* O i ev "4 ben ijErz 0,ca1z0 or the SATEST ETTLES AND NOTE.TZ11 In EMSP0TED BONNETS AND HATS. Also m aen som demiue ese own e s s. WEDNEDAY AND THURSDAT. Meh a Md 96. 191 T. T. .ARmISMO. Ingpeater. mun- LIM F SL. (OPPemIN the EbbiWt). ALL MATERIAlS CLEANED AND DYED. NEW 5PE1G SEADE. A NEW PROCESS YON MLEANING GLOVE. Odorbtms. aDeem Saf. No Inaa. Geoelsmihes ANTON FICRE. endeuieas, RO 0 ST. N.W. MM , 314 PENN. AVE. .. Now i aurum. Call at IMl 0 t. IW. -he out r cus few endl try now mrocem ksail toir anr trot. use to two weke. poreg ratbou br 4eS sam No st. 1 I. will be fre t ad mala-1w* FEIZzINE MAF' 00 Ganm. ber" CLEARED. lam a DOe Hole kptIn thebk ame siser and ssam. M IN ALL SHADES ACCORDING TO SAMPLE. A. F. BoveoT. 9ORER AID DYER. ftelhaes ear. 17th aned Faimo ea. BRANCH STORES: 3M1 ChesMut ot.. Phes..h. 113 S. 10th ft.. Phlladelplha. I M' Cosiumbia avan. Phinadelpim. 726 Market mt.. Wilminatom. Del. 11th and Q sti. W..k..tao. D. C. mhi7 TIG. 2 CKTh %ANJD AND UP. WEla10i -m...dfi 10e."dam.-Ein..'- *s e YAM; S619.al. 0. W. LUCAS. 91t8ithut. a.w. WTANTED -. DUEESAKKRS. A"PrENTICES ANLADIES lN FIVATENUM To lems Prof. Livinerstmns FPo.-h Itystem ot Drem Cuff lag. We, leach cutting. bmating. dre'ut. drows bugTe enaur all stye fortaase.olace an" watet. Also bow to snest.e Thu e . thtaw M*osuds MeNo: n ualy Serie. TET t doll r deEscoE m tivvine. L am uto na.m . AU am advieS. Lemons yen eenn. T11 Iltiso. w nlli 15INS CR3. FRIEDRIICH. MODIN.Tif HAS Us - east nolics. Perfst litimmr m fislem work guaranteed. Pric"e aoserate. nl34lan SRING! EAST~iR! (TOWN.CREATED Mu r m 2, V*R&US.& 134A me.. w. WRE SISTERS IN CRARGE OF ST. &4MVE' Umi heol K N0 su sl. 4nw.. have WOL c"e Gar d hadsna Buls Is amawtie wata Demmas and Munay._ta HMAVE UXAOVRD TO T11 911T ST. N. W.. M .,. to oe""; 1 , am;ea. an&". l orwith ivory cloth or spomrim.,. ou bottom a "asslty. W. H. ILL W-4*1m MXR.D. A~lft"LATE OF 61:6 14TH ST smogto em ouub mfetig dtosd ell lees e doss ma"e URE~cK brING.1coURING AND DET CLEAN FIMr kg'' Ua O4 IMUG Now York lie.e F1111-clas ATO AND CPAOi ANI Vn ES. A. tM LINIESLE NCE.Lemm* i wi A. Fiher mind Sessariomn . l'ari. my* BICYCLES. F ""& 1711 PA. ATE. .W.. Sa@e Asets for the n3@aina..d ONGER BICTOLES. pulsies ,oer e - I in.ao be wrenatd withmebo in L. A. w. 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