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seuase ae easse. a-t eE ~es 1F v AO WrA =as Coe-MMA---s or Iu ,mto ANamaawee a" ovum TOM -WI AS to WE"W "M e"tasee am sinmeowu coreawr minins a em u Pnes mss smmer. Is a m e wlb te id eesoemnut me Ye-ffdw deuster Ais en iaerueen eell" up fre ammderatisu time District of Celummi appreprisliem bn. Far mse l the memer" mead aning jat serapauty asocief Clark Job - omW Yead Me het, bet wha se eSm t see ---em-t providing that tme Geogew am ToeoIytewwa Riread Company sheeN wldm aml wnve a portie ot bigh Me40 a g - e eashed three was leg1 dhen bsmer Merginmovseed to mmmed the eaumitee man n by oW that tm w~ehld be =U ely one Q' usneceary (as-iaa iMo. M Ier DaIs Immedately took the der avA 'BM a t deal af vigor --e----d that the sempay eaght to be equired Ato take up its mh ndam phee h where they would notbe be ~mais m d memees to the pebli safety Anmy ai m . & e no rit is I ,be btha ha Ae Ndiio ea :read .. a4 -.. i.e . .s wh.u . .1y 1sere set de -em -m sam asfely snew any mberse at Is aBy ha drive tate the coum dy G Aa; btere was esatinus risk of iepesubis leas et lfe. Street tall u. ...-malse w.e eadesvering to Snow eeeor ,f "tm a rse aive s bing he te ny o great was the sm t erpatam or ---e tht the voke of Ae poue an aet herd. Me bad pretested Isnonh e aml set ot smes this geb preess bet the worknwt a It :e ge eG, and althoegh W--kiutem was to be dh water resort at the om 01 er of a nationem to be sumber 306IMa of ths oeioures of pub Me seustery es@ Be wo gid to be ahl hs as mba the -committee ON the Dia ieta t be u s nawake ha the true seadilim of afmire mad he eamended ha the ehirmme of esamistee thsmee aP ty for w-l igname.In m th bed been dee by s"t sailroads it seemed to him Con e Geergaeeu aed Teleytewa Joe had bean a hie seater. It get its way whihe .o oe eemed ha knewd, sht, other cmpiuesie had hem restrained and bees required so comferm ha regulmatie prseided for te safety and safars of the VOW but this company had net. It e lae the Bes aud leed pevrty; smid it ur w sabme ha pave IA ffeet of Omeet; alleged thAM It was met making money and ese met afuod to pay. He had bees bothered abest estimuously by lobbyists Md lawyers and othse atresed. In *am -e sChemam. ass seema assaa tas cearay. Inster Meeap omid he thought the em peaR ismet be sempelld to pay be whole onat Cgress had given it the privleise and dseM aet sew bordes the esempamy with ssesIeMhl expenses. le Mnaser from Awie spehe Wather baely. he Shonu.ht. Uf these whe premed up"m the atteution of Compe mattes Isestig ho tae Duitrict of Coumbia. Whe else, he asked, bad the people et Ibis etty to represmt them but lawyers and logbbyiet ml ether tereeted parties? How ole ese be people of the District reash Cagrem? The nem ceecerned lu this smerend were as homestand as hounrable as any me is the semtry and he did met deem it mi paoper t deed them. werraAeu A" em naToze, gmter VOt said that wheWe the Distrit ot Clambia bil mme up there was always the snme d teik about serage ad earporatoum. Be van ot the belief that serporationse heMd be treated just as individuaIs *ee but that was really of no con seqmeee: 20 matter what a bill provides the veepsratiems wil de just as they please any how. Sme basIe agO a law was made requir hsg usllroad campasiee to lower their tracks ha the level of the street, ge that the, sheMul met ebetrust trame. lot the Bet Lme had paid me mere attention to that h.e ban ift had sever been eumeted and the sekers ot the District made mo attempt ha enferee It. The corperations amply sway Sey wiB met abey a law alms they see at th do ov. It would be but a little vMie beaeo every street would be occupied by srsUda. The chairman of the District cown mitbe hadte him this or that there were base St AN MOe twenty bills I abet railroud.. Re Spoke of beas lartely speculative re ebedet heSater tem but he 4 mat leek Ser amy result to fellow. OsaSer Baoe sagested that it might be wver while htby ewe mere, and to thaSena er Vest espeuded at he would tay with the eeter ramMinm" ha the last day. but he ex peteld me geed ha ame from my legisstaids eeua rperatimna essesseto e a~m. somaber Come se he was salisela tat as was f hbme far anything that us h o ammeetion with street railroads in = .m-M--- Ai.-m rehearsed the legi. haism whicb empowered bhe empawr to ee eh abeet and the Teleytown road. sm uams Was eavicsed that it was a oir pramt- ha require the aem pany to the wha e cost of the im. preesmet. The sepsay osespied he etmre nst. Isresig all ther vebicles tham lb own beebe gutser. af the eempav had bean eese-se- et pubic rights'there would ant new be me ch -am-or- amoag the eitisees of aergtewa- Thity-seveuth steet Wesi Ibso be opened so as h afferd as emdes for these who sde er dreus. That eutlet weuld amt have bham aeceseery had met the e aar ebakueted High street. It was met agm tee meash ar the oarperation to require is te 4e at widemag two muem. Mr. Ur=E said he weeld amoeence am behalf of be Distriat eseemittee bhet the eemmittee usuld peeset the reed. leadiug eat the sky; it would mat resemead bhe gruating Uf ehre teh e--pa--s-. mai-m these oem esuld assure a right et war outside the ettehighway. The framehise of this esey wa a very saleable ee, ad while perhape bhe read uas met seekang vary mach mamey mew it weuld esa he a very d-ahai - eent property. am.or es- m ...rra'e ersia. Gamerse Sale and Cfle beth el they ess pleated ha he bet be Dieesommit be had taee that smmd. The steets and seed. alie need e ht -eseis Seatrale shewed hew the Beck Creek ~eadCsspmyhad bemensplled toapre tide its een~h way ad ha spend huadrede et themad. dee.e befere it seel operate sset Ur its read. OSmter McMlem ealled beter Rae aS teetism ha e smet et ee bridge which the Rsh Creek Oeogmy had buit eats mere tha Dmm-i- thea esml betweusem emsre -Die and Sinmer Derua, amd Soeter Bale 'dme beIt ma very stemge bhat wham mme unatepse aende t arehrrad enpmse ha wary their shape5' the hardee alempe be ba b ol elr eaheem..ear..e t ..sh ...rte were m.. Thr. This had beem a Severiha mpe anmd bdeen sermitbed ha -am gessirn waghato ene em t bhe best ave mms ha be eamtry. imi t ,aa...agy be ameademtes whaeh were beting easdeared beasse emas h e disminag whethe it side se mk.ebe aeesyake up lbs athml huy lbs emn t way. The Besater aimed the iea thbe eompany a-errae-ya ..----, a be setnea to he geveameat lay mew 9er Qe is ee the srperation destae am~te tleymew track. th~a mlmetde i.These ma team.,....ert. that the chaimam bedheomedst aspre M be agibme bhe aesio et met cur shemid he --e---gea. seset care ess be peea ad ehit amm et sam emesse se ses essmaps be e we..Uet be seet. Be. Osm msid haeegtIt would he ha mehe bmdes is met emm at bebesasmstsee ushest ha e 56messess a* reqreed ashe he5 heP~ ....t .e h he ..h. bv ~bseinbebe at bee am abe aur na umlse nSasa Aadmmamee mimam n amaeam e -lmokii wuAm - a Me onnes Eta Asgamen t s w a f 5. Ia--a I A did= hNALOW or m mt3 "sGraanessar = sAven drum amvw a e111 a1 as Te la the Iehneidar werder isful yaetedag Iftenoen efter Tun soe' repart elsed I Judge Wiss s..sl-sed his dbsi-dm Of th Prayers eferd by th0% Asnage mad gtsd bW p the court. Teing the jury that Of ey be lieved that 0h deftandmt ied in his Own de lese ad in dag s killed his wife ey 0Md Iet convict, the usert staed te Juade Wilem I that it wean be neeseuary to qualify his re r 6 ser it mst be shown to the Jury that the dleadant bmhie wa without aalt. Judge Wbse mid te theory er the govern meat use that but e tl was used, sad that ee was u sed by he detadast. Re claimed that after hearing the testimomny relat to the istal vepe submitted en both a o men living could but have a doubt a to whether those rerte were made by oMe er two pistels. If usch a deebt esied them te defendant emu at be mevietd et WArde tag his wife. *nso= uwn 103 r oen. A Judge Wils. passed for a mement me et te jurymon. is moving his feet. exploded a parim match em the Boo. Two or thSee reports folowed. Turning quickly to the jr. Jaf Wilson sz..ant--d, dramatically : '*hre. Could any me have conted hs 7" sitting tair j1ury box was Philip B. Walker, maee the witnesses for the defense. Judge Wilsons remark drew forth an almost inaudible laugh from Mr. Walker. This did not escape big honer. and turning bo a baili be mid, pointing at Mr. Walker: ''Take that man out of court." "I beg your honor'. pardon," mid Waear, rising. "It is my Grt ea$." "Yo wil have to leave this sourt seem aeertheless," replied his homer, severny. wax wmauk.. von is. Pupat=n. Mr. Walker uan thea assorted out of the room by a bailiff, and Judge Wilson resumed his address. He spoke of the attaceks made by the goverament on the witnesses for the do foam as beinglthe only hope of the proesseution in breaking ar tetimony. Young Applebys intimacey with the defendant was ao reason why he should not be believed. and he claimed that if Appleby bad been as bad as The government had painted him he would have sworn that he saw Frask Hamlink Are the Arat shot. But be had sworn that he did not know who BrAt fred. Judge Wilson devoted the rest of his remarks to a defense of has witnesses, giving way at g:n for an adjournment until today. Teday% re--m-gs. An ovan larger crowd was in atteadame. this morning when the tril of Howard J. Sebmeider was begun than on yesterday, and It Is doubt ful if a larger audlence over was seen in the court room. Men and women straggled to get into the room and used all mmaner of persoa anon wos the court odcers to do so, but not half of those who so endeavored were admitted, for the good and snaibent reason that ao mess could be accommodated. Judge WiLson resumed his argument by In premang upon the jury that there was more than one pistol ad Yesterday, he mid, he had endeavored to convice them of that by refering to the testimony en the number of shots heard. This morning he would endeavor to so convince them by referring to the Anding of the pistol by Frank Hamlink's body by Mr. Manning. Mr. Manning had sworn that he picked the pistol up 1 Frank Hamlink's hand. The governmenthad attempted to show thatMr. Mwaaing had made diferent statements s to where he found the *ioi. but he material feet that Man* had found the pistol had not been contra ted. There could be no doubt that Mr. Manning found the pistol there and handed it to Offeer Morgan. If he did net then the jury must believe that Man-nin had entered Inte a conspiracy to do marder. mA311o's ravmumour as ro T=m Psror.. But he felt comident dht as man on the jury wolts believe that, or that Manning after the shooting went of and got a pistol exactly like Frank Hamlink's. Mr. Manning had been ealled be the district atterney's oSce and examined for over two borm That inter view. Mr. Mannia had declared, he would iever forget. Why that interview, if it was mot The of the district attorney to break down his statement? Mr. Manning's testimony, Judge WileO claimed, had been corroborated by Mr. Borden and by Mi.. Maud chneider, and yet the government had doea everything to have you disbelieve theL- Col. -24-1had s d that Mend Schasider and her mother had motgoue to the body, yet CoL, Ramliak had contradiicted his form, wmna-,re wor Lesmn onefwho swere she oun et to her boy betores It.hl asa ad alocostradicted har mte ntibtte ddnot lie: they were simply mistaken; ta frthe goethadsi thedfed thre butta 'thatshe adun a pitol wasfondb Frank Ra...tisody. Distictattrne-Wehave never desied that a pistol wr ads b his bedy. Rauaah Baw S is tere. wa mst Frak Judge Wia.m-WeS,,..uwin hae to..h Distriet atterasy-I shaB try to, judge. inaas =--eva'a rses. Judge Wie. them eamoaed e- 0. hat that Frank DamsItoh bed a pisbel peetsily oina hee to the ase found ama his begy, and he Imai that mhe desesse had show beyeud aDl dembt that It was his. The gpout quetsin the ee as. Did Frank amakhave a Marula ? Rulbert pistal? And that he did have ass had hama eeasealy shown. a s is net Mar then topressansthat it ws reakh Bsln's pimal? Yet, wheeer te de foam eattempted toe further In that master w1tee mbettn oblecays atreje 'Ibe eeert-Th ob eonunsatand he eaeIs wasa preper ons, Judge Wisas, and fee no ether remaen. Judge Wheme-I stad arrested. tena, o baser, end if I beaaeemd as prpe~ et the ems at any Seme I with to be esrcted. Judge Wilsos then presseded to a dease et Frank Schneider's -----et-- with me eas ad his deep intsesttis. Me did tke a deep hesseta 14, ashhad argt tSq and the ga rment as weisamse meahe the mesS et totusa nelesstag to Mr. Uiou.m'e reamn mama af Mem hme' temb. the maatse esebe but ameu.eed by se ba er test. seesy u eshJug Wham ed5 a t h g beas amsed bhsses et as lao a ans et. gm. et3tw ams en te Get e as. esmua hetwd Qs swagsay ta e me ma agMd st adm Got~e. &am a". Me.a ther ft. samsaen =emm.m e 'am Pwse ssmeed in lb aUn'e - a est Ibmepise by Jindge 'wDs. and do semift ,e ee - Unwerwhy of beet. r asimefer. ..d Wibsbd ..elred ha .he f..nd p est teoase in " ~ his to" .es i e aug a :. b ' ON amo. The de. heet partcles ad am were fsraom to 1ee of on h, andyet the government 'bud a man far iWe Un ensh testimoy. as he belived m as he hoped, e ftsim te bet that there were two pistom and J& Wisn. amd lb seat question was. who the AS" she& The ramst ekme. that lb dedan did, twhile th de feo eoltmed that Frank railuak began the Aring, Be admitted 0t thee was eaae ca 1=6eMooy on thet point, but h felt he could elearly stoin le el Session of the debase on that point. Jd Wlase a-laed that the government ad their estetion on the dying declra tioes of Mr. Amie Schneidr, gndhe dwelt at grea lengh to the faith to be given such wb.a.mes. y" delartos. he explained. wemoeue h ese a whoa =hoeer wsa n skaim&. Fr reason they should be vwed with great cotion and no wegb should be iven themthni tome temy. Mmaln=Mar. saidadg Wilsn Tden eekstatements and they4 T eheuld n forget tS the oral Blate mn by her were relate by th mother, father and Iter of the dead girl and as it had boes sought to diaeredited letibehueider family because at their interest In the defendant. the jory should not forget that he dead gi a people were so les intereeted. Mr. Li 1eb brillient, smaeious lawyer, hod esod Mr. Scrhneder who And the r sic and she had answered. "I don't know." ML Llumb asked that question beessee he hum te two pistols bad been ased, novPS0AI or Tux 0ont. The ees-Jadge Wile.., you have no right so pass apeN Mr. Lpeemb'e moive in asking the ques.ou. His motive was not aeked, and 9 it had bee. would have refused the qe Sons boesse of its Impropriety. Judge Wilson-Then, you henor, I te book all that I Said on that point as far as Iposibly can do o. and I ask the jury to disregard it. Jadge Wisanthoan nttheiat that Mrs. Schneider a declaration made to Mr. Clagelt dfered very ask from thow made by her to her father mother, partieularly in one very e agicent fact, and that was lbs she failed to her written declaration to state that her brother had no pistoL A resi was taken at 12 until 1:11. ARrIa macsE. After reese Judge Wieon reenued bi dis. oession of the question as to who fred the Arst hot. The man who did the Aring, he mald, / * Fr7. AT mac -"vTarnost our." had been placed by Roe Rosary, a witnes for the government. by the Iree. He read her teetimony at great length and emphasized the fact that she it was who swore that the defend and held ki wife by the wristand shot low into her four times, missing her once, calling at tession to the faci that not until she had been recalled for further direct ox amination by the district attorney did she slate how the defendant shot her. The direction in which the defendant fired at his wife, claimed Judge Wilson was an after thought of the government. h man who did not do the shooting was shown by Mrs. "Omse testimony to be standing asreet the curb,%y the tree. If this woman's statemeni was true, said Judge Wilson, then the con tention at the defense was true that Frank Haelink began the firing. It was also true that there were at least six shots Ared. "Listen, gentlemen of the jury," said Judge Wilson, "so what Mrs. Roer* says: 'The man fired four shots low into the lady. SLe dodged the first one, but the next three went right into her. Then he tired at the man.' Now, doesn't this make six shote fired by samen one? The first time the defendant fired he mssed his wife. according to Mrs. Rosary, the second, third and fourth shots hit her. nd the fifth, accerd Ing to the government, killed Frank Hamluik. Now, there are Ave shots fred by the defendant, all he had in his revolver, but who fired the boll which entered the window of the Hamlink residence? If that doent prove that two pistols were fred on that eea sion, what does it prove? Judge Wilson had the coat of the defendant's wife brought In, -and placing It on the dras fram, exhibited it to the jury, claiming that the eat would show burns on it from defendant'se pistol had be held his wife by the wrist and shot her as claimed by the government. The coat, he said, showed two very importmat things-that the defendant did not hold his wife by the wrist, and that the bullet. which entered her body were fired by some one further away thalf was lbe defendast. The man who we. further away was Frank Ha=Hink The indict ament charges the defendant with firing thorn bullets Into hWe wife. Therefore ifPrank Hamlink fired them, the defendant must he acquitted. "The fact that there were no burns on thb coot didl this," maid Judge Wilson, -*lf It didn't anything else-It created a reasonable doubt asto who did fire the bullets Into his wife's body. And, gentlemen of thejryi omhve such a doubt you must gieth e Shebenefit of isand acquit him." raow tan UrAJUaroIX? or? D3an aasr. Sc far, said Judge Wilson, be had diseased the ease from the standpoint of the govern maset alone, and he then proceeded to discase it from the standpoint of the defense. He read fromn the defendant's testimon, claima ing that he had been corroborated inevr aterial prclr. Mr. Clagesi had asd why did lbdefendant run. It was aot easy to sywhy he or any other man ran ader ciiaretoueamancee but it was true that he ra and it was equally true that be hod gvnhimmeelf u.The government hod ldi rey and by Inemtione attemsptedtosw that it was bpley who put lhe pistol in he caime that A by's whereaousha been aceounted for fo the teme lhefiring ee cursed antil that pistol was found, and i nd not been shown that J~Jg Vi e thmhaedl defenant'. ...ree fro. lb .....e .f l ..heeoin to lhb peilce statics, claimsing -ha net he .'"dewhbe Re me ** fesats woegeb and vest brought in and l eed m eb dress frmand ex hibtted the hlse in lhb elethes te l jury. Judge Wise. seld 9bat the holes were there, and thb queiee was, hew were the usad? If they were noe mee by lpolisen e lhb nigt et lb salqthL were seem lhb next morning. Tdat dedat had nol a tinn the wah hna in his eel to mnake s hebe. Judge Vibes eeluded his argumeat at 3.15. Distreet Attesq'OJla da -smused Qb WEAT EU. 31*agN3 CAN EAVU, A aMQ maanpes 1mml P\eass nial sam mk etE WW a It s epestedth 4bb gbtstek lbtGUam tsr Owa hod als aseulsg inqeired et lbsw annsssoieum se me wh b b me aMre latpn Weudies they tm o he ued asempt the semisi U esled to 6 byte e h Uweb QMm m 8g -M -le Qsaal Mew am heir a" we m 4MQM Q9 0 M al2~ 1 90Q M iiii AW M -W i.ii am gb ..-..... ..- et u som ana'mmar 2=-=-=-. The & --eee t O-grs a- et eW lug te aebasege this meemiag that~they ever had msh hope oferrytag hde MIed. The Ceveland mis my that ha they been abWe to arry the slt it wouw have given their kvoria great bem, bat that he ha oat methsg by the hall.., sepecilly as the deme obt pealed so large a vote and the result W so ksoe. These deemt whe are Opposed to Mr. Cleveland de met appear greatly disap peited at the resut. They @pak et a "fading rainbow" with ss show e sattaefetle. Passing from the oo tepilatiem of hed Island to that of the mifOr eleon in the country gell. they seem to and momo gratiscton in M Wa tha the general result is sach as to bring the party back to a ht in the old Aids e and onld le of Umder AN the tK en the subjeet It appears that te anti-Cleveland amen do not care to see aNy marked democratis neese at this ame in leesiin where it might be atiributed te Mr. cleea popularity and gve a basis for the hope that he might earry sa wheb havebees republican heretofore. In the gof politics. which relateS at this time to he selection of candidate, it is a double eastest, between pa factions as much a4 between parties, and the two demO erate factious are e of ech other. Wns or narmanrans min SAND Mr. Lind of Mineesota, who is Wy slear Sighted man ad arepublican, th morning samd to a ka rep6rter: "The faiure of the demo e4ta to r hode Islead means a good deal to Mr. Get ,of coarse. I do not know that It maeans an much to the democratic Party generally. To our party, the re publoan, the lem. of the state would ae been a seius matter. I do not know enough about the state to make me familiar with the conditions of the campaign. but the state has been regarded as efely republican, though close, and ot oamuse its loo would have been serious." speaking of ae resaulteb the minor elections about the country generally, Mr. Lind mid: "While thesef eleptions have had a mixed re sult the republias have been largely suecese fuL I think the Eill-Cleveland fight in New York in having a bad effect upon the demo cratic party throughout the ountry at this time. I know how it is in mwn state. Among the democrat ge Mr. Cleveland in very popular. He is the choice or has party. Yet there are some Hill men thet-e, and th are caused enough to be indiffer ent about their party's suocee-for the sime being." wnAT En. u'cBZAAar TNINUs. Mr. MoCreary of Kentucky mid that he was not surprised or disappointed by the failure of the democrats to carry Rhode Wland. "I am gratified," he said, "to see that we made a greater gain than the republicans did, though Speserved thetr plurality. I think it was rig t o make the fight. I believe in making a 2ght all along the line, but .it was not expected that we would carry the state. I think that the general result of the minor elections in various parts of the country has been satisfactory to the democrats. I think the signs of the times are indicative of democratic success this fall. I believe we are going to nominate a good ticket in Chicago and that we are going to elect the next President." A 53TBAo "it TZ DINOCaLAT. Representative Boutelle mid today that he thought the result of the Rhode Island election was a decided setback to the democrats. The democrats he said, had sent their best speakers Into the state and made a great point of the increased strength of their party. but that the republicans had got a larger vote than they have had heretofore. Speaking of the municipal elections of the country be said that the results showed clearly a losw of popu lar confidence in the democratic party. TE oEtOCHDALK CASE, an lnj meten Aganmet Marsa Deing Bsl mass Uner the Association Nane. Judge Bagner in the Equity Court this after moos decided the Boehdale Association case in favor of the complainants, Keene ot al., and awarded an injunction restrain ing Marsba at al. from doing busi ness of the aocation under the name. A Disputed WU. The will of the late Samuel Scott, which was led today, directs that his house and lot, on 8 between 18th and 19th streets, and his horses and carte be sold and the money used to pay his honest debts; any balance left to be given his son, Andrew Scott. To Lucy Ann Buckner he leaves all his furniture and his watch. He names John B. Bckley. 1IM6 T street, as executor. Imme diately after the will was read in the register of wills' oies notice was given in behalf of the widow that a caveat would be fled. Killed on the attread. Mr. Thompson of 207 7th street northwest, employed as an engineer in charge of a steam shovel near Patoxent on the Baltimore and Po toome railroad, was struck by an express train yesterday and killed instantly. His body was brought to the city last evening. OO P01002, MALAT.AL aT. O0O, SZWEE GAB 101103 mea such malsime are ,ros-mted hy euou--as sn. The astioa er Swift'. Specific Is to "teadsr the blood c.mas .f th...e..e,.e.,lr........- te-t the same thee it butis up the geueal hmel.h et the ~sad twrear betie en the Bleod.; Maneifree. aSWIrr 51p0eme 0...t.etea. L133r. COMPnTI. RETRAe2 @1 3351. 4aa..h A. F.. Ba.. 1, L.3. D.... -a s es a mia. -"th timese-s m.. plesse teain ube e mas ta e3m 1pa em me..~ -AU Otber i.aldng wdr A 6 shown by the latest United Staes Gov't Report to be lterd to the 120 in both Priy and Strength. (Se z hietia 13. Cemiral Divs of U. S. Agricuturamtpt) AUCTION SALES. AUCTION 8AT-1_ THU APraiNooM. Tomounew. em.as ..AT.N Sm .a am.. &ms ~~VTN AT ba...t ath,~o alled. lra ceavne~s;.wt S a .othernr 0 e toIthe ATCI.IFF1 DA W00 rP &O WFM TT he 1.-4 r e _ta3W" D a SOe .9AS Uhe 1., 1743 ONmcaaea. h onma i etegi ele .= avmA LO amt mmPtj trifab e is em. tw= thesr beO 97t MARm . I'atrey ' $l=$- Wkb all W.r ..96nd =Bawl o a~llobasea eju.a' an A= dg fa. tab sea~ro t "3o pre atrete of :QuOth.4 .oe . th . . afte a aaw . 612 5 - ps ar0 w 'vbe ris a .A3NGO. TRMSDWLN ox u. ."ayo PMarch. =;ocal. * in. uty eaoitrn No w My077su' odeSas *S BA %tALor 4W ad idcwth o. :hino tem day.. otireo .1 te Dietrut e eeht rte prp the ndeo. 'I rafan.t andT. YLw isJed. TN C WL "0" OwLA~a0. ANNA PRING. A4ALSm~ Underi" oUe, foletby virtue of a tmeS pase aSON ",a. IE ILVE e LATg ea L.A. No 705 TRUNh 1K, *at No . AS -r-1 O'4 !hN n M. fli i e q. - ftu scr e AA. thR i mBLE orea NUT therRtxyCo M WThlM. 4 EE 8UN ms the L.P.DDING DI. CA BAET . lT tWiL dt A 2 t AlAD a ALL~a KIND OC~ m BIVErWR trout t alls Joamms o. .es. on ISA f he he e "0 atow . do F. dtth Wit: llo that~ esiuau slecu red u lo at(0 eNh IOI CORNERu. 10TE AN PENA AE.N.. TUESAY6 a. PRe *I!TR. L-Ut %l IGLtkb"Qf 0d, if a two cory brineany a with a M -her e. t I Atc m. )Apo. of. h fl "hof Jt1* WDAE .r. aftero*u% gvg "0.. UAs-0 O'=L.K P......c a m BI D N.i M . w ill Oak fo acla r a id mA aIera.g. ap. mId ewe snhe fong chc prEMlea NOW SIath S"j WprOpetj Is mProtd br a wkmhmbi A Y T1e1tMM.ohAth m, gard ove frading No.4(.. Imb L, Nae gar ea". 'eas r F ttepsbs nfi Iltreas tyet f (06to 3i To.wba yArmslsi s. two . f Pm W..gn T rih- I- ncr Ste.. 2trist of uci: Pat tme seecued .. ow t i oe .woequaletallmen as t a. twoer wt Ir. t the o o ad Weset f rot day of sel. at the rate of iper Ceastredigt Its- lsheat. Teas mgst to. be mrta. pedbren eand-snnetly. to .mard tw tho lwth wi Sie.a seh Womaeory uotee of th Goohe, nied oft~unohrtetm. eev!3 i~ oe at j lenv IFa.r. ora' c, at the Purebasers o.mlom.. A eom Bad r *I the -epoel ub oi te requare t the Poeemat Lhe timeo ael. All osveyenclg A"d reco'dlng 06 W.6.Od rTaseo~e Ie a f nlhit- .d C..h ter e Of e.ae e e - pdWith within tea do"e froom tiuma aW ee 11=tr- fUCANBEBO. utaea Loerfterve the right to resell the property at Sme riskt m D a1.m. Old cotof e o ItIT.y BuRchANser. PEREMPTORY SAE Over Matls andi! mhSA-l~laOn FRIDAY AFTERNOON 5 A600. at WL-PAT FOUO 0V. . THIS VENING. I taLOt ofAthe INf ALTER B. WILLIAMS & 0routim 16.63 Ieet by a APtuh.. .0. ba I*. OI ..A AodornemL . 911-141y h liM"PtNM.OR I00" * it 1 Onsis maA'oU Aa RegaAT UTIO redesry a tior g" invetennt ANNUAL SPRING SAL Ternes 0 mbe 2mmdSym be .tobeero ettate By order Of the and to bemecuebyos of taeon poet hoa ch at o of a e. Ah o at TAUNTON SILVER PLATS oftse. CoVey&tiiam.& ..at prherere.Tr to be thmpie witI n f..ara COMPAnY. nh tI. ad to at isk =12= faul a a..g.raer.r day. adin RICH AND ELEGANT SILVER-PLATED) echm.. s s waprP~IhS .Wib WAR., FECH CLOCKS IN MARBLE tor D. Q AND ONYX CAES. RUNES. TA . DUNCANSON .. e. OETS. WPLG NaO..TURE-.S...UDDING DISHiES. CARE BASKETS. NUT DOWLS rUTUEN DAYS. L\B A KINDS . *. SILVER WAR. MADE FOR TABLE USE. RATCLZIFE. DARE 4; CO.. AUCTION11hM. FIN LIE F RGERs ZLZR.LXD VLRY VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON N aTE~ NINE INE F ROER'S ELENTEDE~lWEN TWx*NTY-klIRST AN1D TWEEXTgI TABLE CUTLERY. SECND UTRIETS XORTHWET BY ACTION. 0n TUESDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL TWELITEL At our sale room. 1S02. at MALF.PA81 YOUR O'CLOCK. we ma aeh 003 3 OT AND PENNA. AVE. SW., tr inte. 0 A. P.M ' it. TUESDAY. APRIL FIlTI, Isn AT ELEVN O'CLOCK A. M.. THRZEN AND rr.o=L fast-ley. 41" o dethbemak t T..h: t- tem 911011 ... g als t ..t HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK P.M.. aecto5 of the city. Tcah .1 thle: Oe r cash. th bal nd Led will 'crntlnom daily at sum hours utatil th eoalls a"tw~o 30ftr 6 Per cast Ver eSwa-m. esii sured byr deed at trueoam pto% UNCcao Is0 ,ipoe omf..... t i e .d, all eeeh. at the opti h at the mi . A WALTER IL WILLIAM 4; CO.. aofis ft) eniedoth tN"ime t I Ifw do" fro am day of le right macned to met the prop arty at the bak d oust of the def3anltm -- after e day' e -dvertmea-t of '. - --'=h"i FUTURIE DAYS. mewepuper Pubalihed ta WastTR, D.C. An om vepanaNed recordl= atbecoato thevb LAIA LA4M; SWAN. Auvooesm& . VLRY UBL UIIE ON 0 SI&IBECOND MIgR PRO T. T 0 ROUSENOLI) FURNITUREC AND PRSONAL ZIP- N SNORTHRA C E ESYAEU P VXCTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT OUR K. ORTH A ITREET A MUl AUCTION ROOMS. AUCIION. SATURDAY. APRLIL NINTH. IN& MONAY. A3SILJ6 YNT. uns A2 COMENCING AT TEN O'CLOCK. RLF.'AITI m QOVin f.t=, tir im will sel for the owne . the wew IN 11 rJIBRACING~a INt PAT m$11 iemere5m 67 easm mon afeeteil 2 elorant Turkish Irartor Suites. fNFLmzw new Jerey mse. aw. Bad haviag a clsof 2 naeolnut Parlor Sultan. Gamly uphohemlet of 10 fea to a at 0 fe thtide. Immediately ae .AT IV . O fLCK P.M.). lat ekwantFrenchP~ate antel IB05.10106 11%. Ill. to Iaes "a b" 1 suptrb Walnut end Gilt Chamb*r S-81e 000m11111 a tt GAS Be -'--w-- a mg bedstand. bureau =slag droeeig NOWa wit 7d 0 Wte "sIMfeas eoerPiece seer lew a-l Leavy F. P'. airror. Sue box asbm. cod 100) It-sw.wth e of 100 fae; toeseuy A number of iii., Picture.casuiymrn manW OeSSm Wanuut and Pmantd Chamber Nurulmure ef evee 6s. Terue: One-third comb. helese nae Bad btu crpton ews., With lstereatma me by aded of trea Be tepaetor al" ,mb - aemrst Hair Mattreee&e time of eel.i. aTINE a SLOAN. Dining Atont Furniture. tsmimddeAnti Kitchen Itequiattee. bc. fINO. W. STICKNEy. daure ALSO. AT TWELVE O'CLOCKA 116 Newk ea T A u..abrr f .e .eh.l o .s.deaveer aon Saua7"2. LATIMER & (AOAT. Aa. VAF VEDO'IACK W ALTER IL WIL]UliM 00(X.. Auctlarneem. RUNGHUS N.121 21) ST. fr'. airmosartai deedo o ~recerdei Ime DECORATIVE PLANTS AT AUCTION No. 1374). Rol. 261.u1 e of the lad recads for 01 )N NItIDA A APHtIL RIGHTH. AT NONDietriot of Celumfbla. Bud St the MeOueat the Perty O'CLOCK. #.M.. WE SMALL SELL A O sRecured than B..e ut saw for saw is be.o SALK-s ROOM A CHOICE COLLW-ION OF PeFJ-.e a- ?u *DAy LTEEFURTER~i bAI CALLS. ZEEGS.NN ANDOT~n CHICE IsO. N. STNat. Aeareomo se ne PLANS FOM OHNSAU'S UIWMI N Sw 55a9S an in.ere(S.m the mie.d. s.b WALTER N. WIL IAM6 RCO d v . , recrde . ....o 1 pe......... e -- - ---T-.-s tovf~msEmkui A LARE NY 035 ATAUTIO. Trmotehe ROnB eAT A1 the PRSdu On STURJ~.APRL NITH.AT EEVE eedeONTwmAND SACK.poltw~ BRAE rTqtEd. YCLCEA.U.* e hal el a ou ele romls~eSa omA. All .ovee sda n eariga WLL-Atr.. ...w ...AYr... * ww 7'dtmNeeA. ONN PL~atDA AVNUE ETW&NSIIT aTE AND EVETEENH MNEETNORNWES. TUWI AJA011 ALUN~1MRO. AT~ A.TO . -5E~E(UKI W AULrION 8ar1. win mass Lg a &U. ft :umenat L.f. . 76E-; WU. & I. Ta 7miW67 - M --m.A....S. net~ mm.men b a eO.* a. -e. *-". *EE A4 ML inneft of T essm"U Nass TAE.UADEZ TAW &mayS 0f' TU3 EATE m. a. A. 5. MM3WRW Lx "m cN ~Mum~ i M 3m. u m. I. .. oou-a avsaa arnSZmvaWZ.am AT? T wr @a m ms. 40. g 1. ... r emi b. in. is da. 00.. ma. S.A.4. CRAGEN Tao.. Es.'i'-..... mvm a .t asat ben ..ii . ws" the ho..etui A No mis.... .ith quW t CAM .d 6. he..~ A IA~D be METa AU grondlyeamhuhui thrl-'llili ai. e.. Ri "bn~~dau~ - nn.ama u. " * * m- 2ias .e hem =wo awuaLm o wam ii.. a a.het . .. .te f c"Oks~~cralyw.h.. ! h ~il-I OF rar---.==l---= t I sb.. e ... .orn . )MIAOsn a eu a In .... so-- -mAs --.....'mome-maT e ma. "....... IeSM ateet merne *0th0"G44th p ootf.r an ft on tami d et m am Os b a wt.ro of mh W assee weweb ml a e VOW r eam . 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AUCION== . &X eS HOWAR (1ZI 'mr (l1 I. vere miydud 4C %ot dft& A This 1W ha t ]H W Is &bwI %0. 1& lu Aee of dot ad ffto of Mem aeumd bi@6 " W ownur MONDAY m SRA~~ay~ef MA e Aw P hr AQTe eotina M A P. Iad a d 1mm. hec dik re ipub eeein a t hborn ": -ne 'a"a= is amama knotwn as eSm u s. oie~ qb Thiabte mmemgsd It fthhtha p beamov day W"M mi . - tuoma roms ame oodam. AN" boss aes adem se heI p...C mltb OajNW1WmOR 'ruemuaw nee;= m'atmiew baaeoaSoww VUajjfeDt 114a tP m j o~i ta. a pes aid t man, I. AMMTIO PALN -0. take" I Ga e h s m ~ m ow t the 0@:m ".dft Tora NEW stAmau"01w. SLEGAL NOTICeM [M TM3 su'r asxma&r.u n~ mydl a "mw ~ A3.e .4e.s. toeesbbmr"r =.""ee "M t .. he eeiAnad - tme~lWI ft OAT ,iae ; e wuhe m un h eo-= --= iNewdu emili bob d to nd.4 6 ws i i Ofat. -- an iff Ud t* *.~ tiesll of Me behi bwsu WM p rem tohmu 6, be wilems~~msvewe1rn. on O osblkql =UMA" O2 Omi uem.. &RA~etbm er b. M? 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