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REAL ESTATE VALUES.
Som Concluuions Drawa From Re ent Testimony. MANY INMPROVEMENTS. A -a --- new Business Uualisag for Penasylvania Avense--A Retes aug Per ease of S..ats Ia roposty-Saoihtag se Be Erertqel. FTR A WHTLE SOME of the real estate DOE of shi. city will he jus tiaed ia adding to their business cards "experts in real estate Values." They have been called upon so regMestly of late to gIve their opim aussa of the ValUe -of property, both a8ide and otside of the city linits, that they will conse to the coacliasio tha tey meent be regarded as cpersa, Not keg ago as array of witnesses were brought fore.ard to testify to the value of the preqp-sa.- ritt poent otrace square. Thea it ws W.Ugeuht LtO ulhiemie the jalguseet of the Rock 4.--k l'"rh beaniamsonore by amnsea of the a.a le l oeneu Tqoel to be acqeureel by real e"statee *le-.i-r'. .Nee tihe proe-eramsif .A real esaate jAe'. in he-aded tWwarel Copital mill, an.4 the 0en1::te!e authforised by the Monse to inventogete the mseeeament of prop orty ia the lestrnct is mn.taug the twiset of their openisoas m top valvess. Ditring the past few lay% a geood seal of v.ial.le intaermation has to thn'.way 1een eil.ited. The comslittee has had th-- advantage of learning what dFer eat mean thunk Of v'siuen. e,,eally ia the bust aN uectOUa of the city WsSc h estede along F 1re1rn 1 th to 15th street. 'I hare perhaps, so 9s-etivn *f the city to which the asten 1les of the pust.aie ha beea direeted with aore frequency dang the past few years Prepperty valsaes. am indicated by the WaSy see. haeve appl'oareutly been bousading upl waith a apility that hues astonished all and asade the conmneriaet ae neasy. Ias inot Aur jarisina in the expansion of the beasineus in teret of the city an.d the conaieq'enet demand for busiseoe antes that .r@eperty valoes have ish ereaed.neaith r is it rmenarkalle that the vales Bieass pbses-d Upon te. prosperty three years ago by the anmesrs alouilc show a marked difer sasce from the quoted market prices, VALV?:3 ]ghoiosNhrKS. The general tenor of the sentimoy that has thus far been brought out by the comamittee shown that there bs beris a somewhat esagger ated opision prevalent relative to the values of F tsteet pr.perty. A fruitfui source of the imse-unceltaoi on tiin subject is due to the praetice so :Psernl here of speaking of prop erly valueues lie b.assuot so:uach &square foot. Ao as well kwiwn, the mere per loot prie of property Is neasleading fir purposes of cos parisoa. For esample, a lot aeay seil for 13 per oti and a lot in the same neighborhood for abot 01:X per foot. On this basis the latter r is. of course. an a.lyance on the former, t when the saquare coasteats of the- two lots are known sisd une is found to be azlUS feet anl the other 2517, thea is s learned that the cst of the two lots was about the manie. The diference in the saze of the lot represents the dfermcee ia the per foot value. But this latter agwre is what clings to the mund of the average citisen. while the square eo seats of the lot are forgotten. It is therefore asseleadang in a enkiaar of the value of prop emty in any IV to sastaan only the per foot price. If all lobs were of &e s-ase depth then the per foot price would be a fair asuessre of valus. There has been ao instance of a sale of corner property en F atreet when the price paid. calculated en the bases of the average depth of Iles ot. hae eseeeded O1 per square feet. The highest prices paid for an side lets em the sme basis ha be.n about O25 per font. In both imatances there have been circumstances which hAve tended to make such prices rather exceptIonaL A emervatve astiute of the ruling values of 7 atreet property weld place inside property at a valuation of from 6W to 025 per foot and weronr lat at frees 25 to 35 per foot. It is aet memat to be understooi taat the owners weuid be willing to accept these priaes, but tht is whet would probably be obtained at a ml ander faverable marcumsatanae. As far as can be maserained from a compr"n M of the vam gaven in the testimony before the corn maites these agare represent the average Val eu" 001131iato13a smU. 121 nonES, B a ew days grenad will be broken at the bewthwest owner of 1gth and tigga streets for to ereetiem of a hanadsome residence, which will he the bemne o Mr. Justice Brown. Her oral seoths age he purchased a lot 47z100 fees and he has hadl plans pre pareid for a rebldence, which whom built, win be e 1f he han4 bomel hoeas even in h eaty of Sae houses. A few blocks to the mnth. at the aorthwest corner of t and P 0*8e.% is a ee lot. which was recently pur shened by Mr. B. E. shear. The old houses on ths ate are being rensoved preparatowy to the erection of a residence which will be another addition to the nuaber o the elegant private asidenees of the city. Senter Proctor has gesiy acquired a specious building ite on 3mcmsmebaette avenue between lith and 18th sets and after awhile he proposee toluprove i by the erectaea of a house for his Own ee. Ta. awarm norer. One et the currat rumors daring the week woe to the efec: that Mr. L. Z. Iaiter had sold the residence which is in course of erectios on Dupont circle to a New York man. 'Ee rea e andgmned was that the owner 'ased made or rangements to spend several years in Earope. Mr. Letter is at present out of the oity. but those who are in a position to how something ofC his intenthoms do not credit the truth of this rumor. U. has recently purchased some ground ad iiighas new residence which will amake the h elstte oec of the aet spcosin the city. In addition to the gruneccupied by the heuse, whach ham a frontage on Now amp shire avenue of somne hanlrced feet, there will be ample lawns en all sides of the homse. There was peed for the grond alone mnore amouey them me ever before expended here for a ngle bmeihhne ste. The ground most con esnderably over PIA.00, and it is probable that the hourne, which is nearing cemmpleanil east somsething luke 415S.O0 ton lrecas or seawanas mnowxnarr. Mr. 1.0G. Newlande hae recently msade an ima portant additien te the extensive holdings of suburban property which he bas acquired in the vicinity of this city either in his individual na. or as the representative of the shasron estate, lIe has practically coinpleted the ne getuasem. for the purchase of the Hoedersom pl-e, whael is eitated on the south side of 'oodllevLane reed. This property is -eituatedt jus east of thme Basey place. now owned by Mr. ' wihneand contains about forty-tLare, screw. The price paid. it is uaeteerstood, is cotialder ably over w3.W00 per arre. It is stated to be, the Intention of the new owner to smbtvide| thee property into building lots me tanae lia| the near future. the of the large transmctioaa in property re eently ceneladed was the purchas by W. p. Keilegg of a large block of land on the cast me of 13th street between Harvard end Ken. one streets, Coluenb ileiri.ts, It contamli about four aeres, and the price paadi woe about t moats per sqguare foot. Quite a barge block' of land on Nerian avone. Meridsan Mill, anal the tres teof sqome U10 on Florida avenue between and lob streets northemst were also -sa a. ewmas a nw nsase . Another uddeac is to be built on New ampehiro a.wim between Rt and S streets, the pin of whick have been prepared by T. 1. l=hosule, ishiteet for Mr. Edwin A. New -an I will be 5 feet widh by U feat deep, and the lengb et the lot ageords amsple rooma Ser arstabe which will also be built. 'The frentoet horn. wil bjs of stone and will be mee sturds. high, with a fluasihed basemen. and attic. Tihe front will bave a ercilar *eoe and red tiled ref The interier winl be Sashed ssnghont in herd weed. On the hot Isee wa hoe a duing reoms, ruseption rooms, Eamy, ieem, eaumervatery eamd bather's a heieestabsmes. Eoeh of the un Seam. sessm ie large chombaesbahs Tihe homse will be boated by eteam, the kitehes walks .5bhe shed and ovary adse s =-i=y esseemsoae will be inmoedued te mae is as nem=.-- reasa Sudu th week ene - Go hidl mps eeise s d *=e Bsee ernus in ...- ennusa, thi seee .mse to a sel cas tee et me alii m b es U =m m. ads 1167M; Southwes, n m 4" naortheast, If *11rndte,1 5UUWON4e 14 permits, cost 6036, ed eso , 2 e. mit., cons 33.5 With e eOw gliefa very few essthe .W b .ees ser maW bosses. an ui mz m 1103 m The Whly epecu.aia- have not son is Shee endeavors to get areumd ae C4aenlimb are' rulig relatiag t the media of basseis t aileys. ime eo the shimee tried are realty a~ ~~ semtt ae eb en -t sa"SW =th forty feet wide, his ltntlm bta to tutu it into a dweliTheiJmmiiere mpeited has motive ref the permia An interestiag ease eme !p in the beml room yesterday. Mr. Gem" Emimebs hav sog been refined a fir the ereion of three houses em tIt sqes 5, that in. 2th Oreet Letweem M and N reale airthweat, ap pealed to the Cosmniu=ener The lot is M feel Les by 64 feet fret. The idea of the buldder is to e"e two beense ramming back aboat one-half of the depth ef the let and then by a small two-story house open an en traines ato a large tweo-tory bosse in the rear having a large hall through the middle an o lag into wenty-fear reose em each loor. his last bIding, asording to a recent rling, was illegal In view of the tost that It was virtually a series of alley horneo haviag entrancee free the twenty-nine-foot alley on the north. The plans were thea changed and the alley eaanoe eliminated. The baildine inspeeter still refused the per mit. Mr. Emans a preeting the ee to the board held that his buildig oesupied the same poeetiom that a botel did and iheuld be permittedt. Commesitoeer Dougleas entered a strong ob jeeties. Ile held that the whole thing was merely a rase to get around their recent reu lams Wsd for one he was oppeeed to grantng The prmit. Wale the qeestion was sot eubmitted to a vote. te permit will be bsed iatna the voti of CommieOedes new and Rosl an. earLe s irns aysevawmu. An important and handsome buinames im provement a to be made on Peesylvania ave nee. The large store building which he been occupied for se many years by A. W. Gas. Be. A Co.. the jewelers, i to be practically tors down and a new building In to be ereted on that mite. The aroe front which was built same twenty-eve year ago by the Meoms.alt, sand at that eo was looked apen an a great improvement, i to be taken out and in its place will be built a front of stone of hand mome and artistic design. The anterior of the building throughat the four stories will be changed entirely, and with the eceptiun of the side walls the strueture when completed will be hew throughaout. An elevator is one of tbe fea tuares of the new pla. which will enable the arns to utlize the upper stories. In fact, that is the namin notive for these changes. The present store in entirely inadequate to accom modate the business, and it in proposed to occupy the second andl third foors with some of the departments. The fourth Boor will be devoted to workahoj. At present the upper portion of the building I uned for work shope and store rooms, but when the proposed changes are made probably the entire building will be utilized for the business and sea variouns departnents. The new structure will be entirely modera in its design and ap pointunents and will be a handsome addition to the business facilities of the avenue. While the building in being erected the business of the firm will be carred on at the corner of 15th street and Ponnsylvania avenue, in the store room in the Corcoran building. Tranafers of Real rnate. Deeds in fee have been filed as follows: Geo. Lander to . F. Lomaz, sub 140, sq. 546; 02.00. J. J. Coeatnett to Paul Costinett, sub I.sg. south of 1015; *-. D. D. Stone to F. D. Foeter, lot 9, block 6, Avalon Heights; $1,000. W. J. Newtoe to Josepha H. Houghton, sub 161, sq;. 1029. 0450. L A. Phillips to Lota Richardeon, sub@ 14 and 36, eq. 1021; 0750. W. J. Lown to IL . Phillips, sub W65, sq. 159; 03,800. J. C. Vermillion to A. J. Rigan, sub 47. sq. 32; @800. W. J. Newton to J. 0. Phelps, sub 12, eq. 10129; S350. P. J. Penicks to D. C. Degges. east hall subs 4 and 6, sq. 513, *-. J. W. Cromwell to John T. Carroll. part lol 1, a.,577; .10. John B. Cotton to Nellie M. Silds, lot 4, block 41, north grounds Co lambian University; #-. May Ingersoll to A.W.Fleming.west 3j 20,block 3,Wesley Heights; 0 -. U. X. Lip to J. N. Murhy, part 818. sq. 99l; 04,M00 Brah W. Butt glain to W. A. Lodge, lots 4. 5 and part 6, sq. 796; *-. W. S. Dodge to Sarah W. buttingham, lot 4. do.; 0-. Same to Elizabeth A. Dodge. lot 5 and part 6. do.; $-. R. A. Ganett to F. K Davis, sub 54, eq. 873; *-. G. 1. Cardosa to J. T. Arn et al., lot 8, block 23. Columbia Heights; 0-. I. I. Olmetad to G. Barrie. part 14, block 36, do.; $2,0M. Same to Josephine J. Brown, part 14, do.. do.; 0S3. I. E. Allen. Jr., to T. E. Waggaman, east 34 res. U; *-. H. B. Swearingen to H. T. Brinkendorf. lot 43, block 43, Holmtead Manor; 2.26. Margaret Lane to same, lot 42, do.,do.; tzis.75. A. A. Lipseomb to Margaret Lane, lot 47, block 43. do.; *2,025 J. T. Walden to0, L. Green, lute 66 and 67, sq. 1, Chichester; 6300. The Old Guard's 3emet. A large audience attended the dramatic en tertainment and hop at the Grand Army Hall last night, given for the benefit of the Old Guard, the proceeds to be devoted to an enter tainne=nt fund for use during the coming en campment. The hall wan tastefully decorated and the stage set with appropriate scenery. The performance commenced with a laughable farce. entitled *[i*t Sentinel," in which the following appeared: Mr. Wheedleton, Mr. W. H. Baker. Mr. Edwin Baker, Mr. Janiee Rear ney. 31iss Anita Both Kearney, Miss French Tanquerry. Is was a clever per formanece and created roars of laughter. Conasiderable interest was mnanifested in "The Old Guard, or. lb. Cross of Gojd,"' a military drama in two acts, which followed. The samse cast appeared, with the addition of Mr. K C. Moore and Mine Mabel Richards. Taken all in all the performnance wan about She average of enmateur endeavore and reflected great credit upon te atciete. A considerable sinm Vlaem Veteran Kegiem. The new encampment (No. 111) for Capitol Hill wie mustered in last evening at Golden Cross Hull, over She National Capital Bank, by Dr. Llement, aid-de-eamsp and muetering officer, assisted by Junior Vie National Coin mnerm Brady. Lient Cet Payne and other officers and comiradie of Encampment No. 25, who had brought their colors with them. The following were elected and installed an offeers for the current year: Colonel, Raev. Green Clay liinifh; hiuteknani colomel, Philip Metager; major, Charles Walemeyer; eargeon, Phimean H Clemion.; offier of She day, Janper K Snow; chaplain. E. H. Ripley; quarteramnsee. Albert B. Iluribsut; .adjutant. Upto k Lowdermalk; oflic-er of the guard. ChaKi HIoeke: sergeant majo)r, Johnt 3. Carroll; color sergeant, Win. A. Fraley; triutees. Edward I. Merrill (three yearsy, Chasrles E. Nook. (two yearn). Orville M. Watt (one year). After the Inst.netas Gen. lSith made a characteriatic addrem. Opeaing of Eiver View. River View opens ito sixth season tomerrow under very favorable auspicees. During the winter Capt. E. S. Randall hae msade many en tensive improvemnent., Including one of the largeel pavaliome and dining halls ia the country atla cost of 515,501. Ile is santed directly em the river bank. overlooking the Potomac river, prreentsng a magiaent= appearanee. Large verandas encircle the dining hail and the entire busding is lighted with Inc=nd---=he Other Impronaments on the ground. and at the 7th str et wharf have been anade at an expendture of @25.000. Tomorrow the Item'l J. Petswial leave the 7th steeet wharf at Ulam.and 3p. in., returning to the city at T:JO. Ur. Iemmreee and the Urnsless. Dr. RI. A.?F Penrose, Jr., a brother of Dr. Charlee Ilaughem Penree, who was eaptured by Wyesming ruatlers. irrivedat Phanwbr feme. Chryenno yeeterday,ian mpanyvwIth Lawyor D. N. Baringer, and dlenlee the ampubelirnm made againet his brother and the party of at--h whom be acompanied. Ontidue et 0ev. Dar her, yem Peares, he says, was the omly relI able eargeon in the stain at the time the emp. ditiom sgrted, end he wee in ascee. puny at as the earniet of EII friemn, who organtand to proteet eattmlea eaterplated ren-pto be made bytem. doera tweahe beme the tie dulby the elsate lam., The ymneemm brn e - ated frebs ie wr.w ~ wble ga day behind, whe be -a e mid, eigto the pear eendseu et has bemm. The e his asest u anbe-agi soemnss byee at. amtherltiee le well hams, and up to thie dine, ha brother eelaeue ahse er indet. mamsIet hid has bees rgrulmn hism. Dra. isne y- pee en~mi awaitog a bsering rni* aIer b s tOp 18ss hero., stege h met in thgs n m t~ am tma dcealer L -' ~s. ~ . ab.. Bnill et XiUlgte, Ed., Voe =" the Baltimre jail last night and MOVIh ascapid aching. There heems to be me de4b *t their uIM. Perry Bradehaw admitted to Wed.a Constantsne that he was pres-I as the time. Be Maid th esered peaple had bee. incemsed by a party of white OE- who 10e slong the read !n a peach wagem snd iwee at them. When they begn to pick up stoes the 'white men dre away. Some of the colored fellow them maid they would go for the next person who came along. The amt persn was Dr. Bill. Brooks caught his horse by the head and called to some one to hold the animal while he struck Dr. Bil with a stone. Williams then ran Un and eat the doctor in the throat with a knife. After jamming the body into the bottom of the cart the doetor's horse was turned around and started toward home. Bradshaw and Comegys are mere bo the former about sixteen years old. the latter aout fourteen. In appearance they do not differ from the average colored farm laborer. Brooks is eighteen years old. but looks older. He in about fve feet seven inches tall %pd weighe 180 pnouds. His skin is light browS and his face ail and round. Williams. although but little taller than Brooks. weighs Ie0 pounds and has the appearance of great physical strength. His face is long, of light brown color and his hair is close cropped. At the examination of the prisoners on Thursday night Philip Manda, a farm laborer. maid that Frisby Comegys made the following statement to him last Sunday: "When Dr. Hill caer. out of town Buck Brooks threw a stone and knocked him over, and tho while I (Comegys) held the horse Fletcher Williams cut the doctor with a knife. "The reason I did not tell this before the jury." continued Handa, "was because the crowd was too big. Comogys said also that when they killed the doctor they jammed him into the cart." Mana is about twenty-nine years of age and bears a good reputation. Frisby Comegys was asked in reference to Manda's statement and denied telling him anything or of being along the road when the doctor was killed. Buck Brooks, when examined, denied the charges against him. Stains that looked like blood were found on his coat sleave and on his shirt, He said it wan molasses. Fletcher Williams was shown a knife which he had Saturday night and he identified it by a nick in the small blade. Marks like blood were found on the knife handle. Williams' at tention was called to this. but he simply said: "I can't help it; I know nothing of the affair." A Place for Dublin's Parliament. In the house of commons yesterday Daniel Crilly. nationalist member for Mayo, caused a good deal of amusement by a question ad dressed to Mr. Balfour, the leader of the house, on the subject of providing quarters for the home rule parliament. Mr. Crilly asked Mr. Balfour upon what terms the Bank of Ireland had acquired possession of the Irish parlia ment house on College Green. Dublin. Ile (Mr. Crilly) thought the question one of im portance in view of the near approach of home rule. [Laughter.1 Mr. Balfour said he had no knowledge as to what the terms were upon which the bank acquired the property. but bad no doubt Mr. Crilly could ascertain upon in quiring at the proper quarter. He (31r. Bai lour) felt quito certain that whenever Irish home rule should be established there would be no ditliculty in securing suitable premises for an Irish parliament. [Laughter.] In the house of commons last evening Mr. Clark's motion in favor of local government for Great Britain and Ireland was rejected by a vote of 74 to 54. Coming Back From the Grave. Fourteen years atgo Charles Edwards Eichel berger left his home in Middletown, Pa., and went west, wherq he dropped the name of Eichelberger and wrote to his friendi in the east over the name of Charles Edwards. Why he changed his name nobody knows. A few weeks ago his sister. Mrs. John Zimmerman, received a telegram announcing his death. She telegraphed fund to have the body brought to Middletown at an expense of 0240. It was buried and the family mourned the man as dead. 'This week the stepfather, John Mathias, received a letter from the alleged dead son asking for information from home and stating that he had not had a letter for some time. The theory is that another Charles Edwards at Creede. Col.. obtained Eichel berger's mail and was found dead with one of Mrs. Zummerman's letters on his person. Arrest ef a Milwaukee Professor. Prof. A. R. Linderfelt of the Milwaukee Public Library has been arrested on a charge of embezzling city funds. He admits having taken tUO0, and the accountants say the de falcation wil amount to 05,000 at least. Prof. Linderfelt is president of the National Library Association and is a noted Volapuk scholar. Denounctug Governor Barber. The settlers of Johnson county, Wyoming, have forwarded a series of resoluticns to Sena tors Warren and Carey and President Harrison denouncing the action of Acting Gov. Barber in permitting an invasion of Wyoming by an armed force of men and the employment of United States troops for the removal of civil isoners, in violation of the constitution of yomiing. The resolutions furthermore de clare that a continuance of the range cattle business within legal limits s compatible with the best interests of the eounty, and that protection will be given to all engaging In such business as long as they abide by the law of the land. The ltulinmons-HallFight. yames Carroll and "Parson" Ibavies, man agers respectively for Fitteimmions and Hall, have decided to hold to the agreement made when the match between their principals was consumnmatad, that the Ight shall occur in No vember or December. An Optimist. rem Tezee initing., Gilhooly-"Why don't you propose to Miss Longe.offin? She is dead gone on you, and she Is rich besides." Gee De Smith-"I would eacourage har' a little if it was't that she Is lame in on. leg. "For heaven's meke, man, don't be a pasi mi. Don't look at It that way." "Don't look at what?' "The situation. of course; don't may she is lame In one leg, but remember that she has| one leg she is not lame In. Look on the brighti side of things. Be a opthmist. Don't be a Her mena..jr et a Engageent.a Iren the lortland Telems. She (shortly after the blissful silence that the deliciu armative brought about) "Dling, now that we are engaged, I have the right toeask you a question, have I not?" He-"Mest certainly." She-"And you will answer truthfully?" Be-"Of eourse." hee-"What is the etring tied around yoar GAger fer, then?" B.-"Glreat heaveosi To remind me that I am alrem~y engaged." haem the s. Klas disbse-Demeerat, Many people sppose that remewood takes sts nme from Its soloe, but this Is a mistake. Besewoed is not red, ne yellow, but almost black.-. Ito nes omae. from the fact that when erst eat it exhalmoe aperflume ifbilar to that of the rose, and. although the dried remewood of e-----ee retains ne toace of- thai- early per fume, the name lingre as a cell. of the early history if the weed, Wisen mak Admies Kas OZa 3ar e sm Einpei's ms. lirst ?hianthrepi-Whet hase ye. bean deing fir the pest Ave ein yes' Ueeed Ph M "trM.'I Me bees ealee. to What be*" E.'sUmm he een3 Useaansammsss, -m U maha. mes I a XK2 ffman oldsmoker,and have. at one time or another tried all .o. Us. the different Smoking Tobaccos, but for a ged usvks Bull Durham beats 'em all. A leading characteristic of B Darbona has always been the hold which it takes on old and fastidious smokers. What Its excellence first secured, Its uniformity has always retained, and It is, thetefore, to-day as twenty-five years ago, the most popular Smoking Tobacco In the world. Get the genuine. Made only by Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., DURHAM, N. C. AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALE THIS AFTERNOON. UTUBE DAYS. EO. W. STICKEEY. Auctioneer. RATCLIFF& DARK & CO. AUCtOmsZ PERIEMPTORY SALE OF VERY VALUABLE UN. TRUSTEES' SALE OF WRY DESIRADLE PROP. IMPtOVED PitePElRTY. FRONTING E1 H- BEING LOT 14 BLOCKS. ON HARE TEEN FEET ON THE NORTH BIDE F G AVENUE. 1NL DOIT PARK N.W. STEET NEAR TWELFTH STREET SOU'H-' WAHINGTON. D.C. EASTI. Under mud by virtue of a decrees passed the 4th der I will offer for male in front of the oremises on SAT- . in Equity CaneNo 1..3. docket No URDAY. THE TUIRTIETH DAY OF APRIL. II92. I t upreaue Court of the District of Columbia at lI VE O'CLOCK P M. part of lot one (1). saunre 994. Wherein Wiit 4hawscoinlaiuant andThomas AL Terms made known at time of sale. 10 deposit Cassel I are defendauts, the undersigned will offer required. OE0. W. STICKNEY, Auct. ap27-4 I ale to the higest idder on Fl, AY. AIL ITWENTY-NI.. TH. AD) ]MV-' AT HALF-P'AST FOURt L ATIMER & SLOAN. Auctioneers IPM. jiront ofthe premises, the lollowinX ri piop J 140# 0 street. erty. to Wit: All that pece or parel of land ad premi -- I gWeA lyinle and bigaj in thre City (A WA0'iirt.mi and tile. VERY HANDSOME NEARLY NEW RESIDENCE. Iran of Columbia. known au disungubled s lot S. NO. 471 FLORIDA AVENUE. WITH PItESS bock 14. in Le Hr8it Park. Tte lot fronts on Bar.. BRICK AND BRtOWN-STONE FRONT. CuRCU- 'oodavenuesud iscaishleofubdivloi. LAIt DAY WINDOW. THEILE STOtIES AND Ttrimofasi: One-third cash mnd the balance in BASEMENT AND ALL MODElN IMPROVE- woequal inhtalireutaii one andtwoyeam.ithiit MENTH. AT AUCTION. forestfrom dayof sale at therateof 6 per centper On SAT URDAY, APRIL THIRTIETH. 1892. at onnui. vayabis eun annuxl. to be secured by the FIVE O'CIACK P.M.. in front of th eromisory nute of the pnchaver anddeedof trust on wili sell lot 41 in blo k No. 5. of Thomas -. Hensey's the Property. or all each, at the pUrc'ua*-r's option. A suldivisin of La Droit Park. frontinr 18 ftot on dapositof$500 will boreqtrrel of tiepW'ehafrat Florida avenue betwmeei 4th and ->th ste nw by a the Lima of ai. All conveyanciuo ant roriUncat depth of about h:t feet. and containIng in all abut thecoatofthopureba.-or. If terms ofsale be not beon h.l square feet, iulroved by a nearly new. very plied with within ten days froi time of sale the tins. handoml e three-stry and basement press-brick and ean recrve the right to reint the groperty at the brown nstone-front residence.conitaintirr 12 rooms and risk and cost of the deratiltiung purchaser. bath, with all the lateSt ifrproveeuout, finished i ANDREW A LI'c31A natural wood. papered througilout and in thor.-awh 11th and F stan w. condition. Thisrr-pertyhasasoutherrafxpoureover. -RANKT BROWNING6 lookiig New Jersey ave.. and presents an umasual op- 410 5thatuw. twortunity to o.ecure a neat and complete borne in a piS-da good. accessible and rapidly advaraencineh borhood. Ternis: 82.000 caLs, balance. with interest. on tay THE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED ON AC thue to suit purchaser. All conveyanclun and record- Count of the rain until NDAY. SECOND DAY OF inr at cost of purchaser. *!'Of will be r-quired at MAY. 2802 Ia hont nd lace. time of Pale, and terms to be fully con.Ielied wi hin ANDREW A. LIPiCOMn' twenity day. LATIMER A SLOAN. II tiislid F ap3-d&ds Anctioneers. FFANK T. liltOWN1NG.f~r.5om ________________- ------ PgO-d&da 416 5th nw. FUTURE DAY. HANCERY ALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING sCLJTh AND IMIPROVED PROPERTY ON ATCLIFFE, DARR & CO.. Auction ers, TtlETANDON M STR SOUTHWES 920 PENNA. AVE. N. W. BETUEEN THIRD AND FOnl-AND-4-HALf STREETS. IN WASHINGTON CITY. 1).C. ADMINISTRATOR'S HALE OF HOUSEHOLD Underderreepasned by the Hupreme court of the FURtNITUREF, CARPETS. FRENCH PLATE Diatr-utofC~kinbiainequity riise No. 1315 (be M IRIM 11S. e.. &c.. CO'sIPRIMM. punet al. as Inst N<ridwell et %I N<us will sella a ublic SILK REP I'A'tLOlf SUITE. GILT FRAME MIl. sul- ioli. i front of the reitie'. O oU'nDAY. MAY ROE. M. T. TABLt.N, PIANO LAMP, WALNUT TENTH. 1892, at FOUa O'CLOCK P. M., all of IliK CASE. BOOKS. ETE')ERF. 1,,i t!IEs. lots fronting on L stret anRE unshred b. HI, EASY CHAIIN, LOU.MiES DIVANS. WAL'T 10.91.9*193 94. 95.06. 97 L.nd 9Toftheubdivi. M. T. CiA3Bilt SE'I, WAlHDhtOUB.S. FANCY aionofoiCinallots 16. 17 18 and 1l, suiareZ44. ROCKERS. ItNAMLNTis. PILLOW AND BOL- loado by Barnard. Lillncul and Rilout, trustee. mud OTERlS. BEDOiING. TOILET WARE. HAIR AND recorded in Lber 9. folio 85. In the survey OTHlit MATiitESbES CURTAINS AND ors ofie ti the District of Columbia SHADES. WALNUT MiRROR - ACK SIDE- Also pat of oiginak iota 6 and 7. the west hf of BOARI. EXTENSION TABLE. L.C. DINING orii lot8and allot original lotin the sane CHAIltI, CHINA AND GLASK WADE Ei CIIEN W111re. frontuo 00 Mtret. the aid i-art of said lot IREQUIITES, ICE BOX CAltPE'lS, &,.., e. ii the west4 feet front bythedepththereof and CON IAINED IN HOUSE 10. 1315 Q STREEt maid partof said lot 7 being theeast ;dfeetfronthy NORTHWEST. the depth thereof, the aid lota on M street be-li Jo By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of the proved by two-story dw.llinr lontes and Inaines District of Coluilia. holding a special terin for pr,- on"e. uumterad 349 351. 333. ;;59, 3d I And 363 bate business. I will ,cli by Isub!ic auction. on the M utreet sw.. aid &H ?eowiujc to the estateof the renuises No. 111.7 Q street northwest. on FRIDAY. late of Mus T. liridwel.. decea-rd. and on part of TWENT-NIN' ii DAY OF APRIL.1i92,coiminiene- which he conducted ble bothinubuness. ing at TEN O'CLOCK A. M.. all the Furniture, Car- Jerisof sale: One-third casa. and the residue in pets. &c.. containcd in the above Louse, to which the equal Instalnients at one and two years fron dsy of attention of buyers is callfed. male. with interest at 6 per cent Per annum. payable ARA A. DANIELS. Administrator. semi-annaliy. or all cash, at .ptson of purchaser. A ap:s5-deds ItATCLIFF.. DAtR r CU.. Aucts. deposit of 1100 required at time of sale on each parcel sod. and the term* to be coluplied with byr payment SWTHE ABOVE SALE 1i POST POWNED IN CON- of h. or ont-third ch and lvinu notes fur hal. sequenace of the rain until TUESDAY. MAY THIRD. an,- within 15 daya from day vf sale. All convey. at saaue hour and place. aninctcostof purchaers. Thesalowillbeaile in RATCLIFFE, DAR R & CO.. ord r In which the lots are above docribd beginin ap29-dhdhe Auctioneers. on L sureet near Four-ard-s-half street. JOB BARN ARD. Trustee. 34)5 ath at aw. LATIMER & SLOAN. Auctioneers. MoRE A.LP dit.cog LA ~~~~1407 and 1600 G at.I tmuVxaw XOHN RIDOUT. Trustee. DUNCANKON BROS.. Auctloneers. ap4--ilaft IMPORTANT SALE OF ONE HUNDRED TOMAS DOWLING & so. Auctiner GRIAND PUBLIC AUCTION 0F FINE HORRES. Oniii IItHDAY. MAY IFTH. INRM at EIGHT ( 'Lo0K I.M.. we will sell at tie Washiiorton Mdn JAlPANEBE CARPETS AN4D RUGS Acaitoy. on the corner of 2W and F ala.. a nnbe ,,t Horses. cosisating of hunters, hacks. haruams b orses. -obs and ponies.' 1The aaemy wil be lighted by electuicity. Sean YOU SPRING AND SUMMER. couitdw.i for ladim F urthuer particulars ace future advertisements. I Rutrit* will loe May 2 to irive time for catalownue. WHICH WIL RE ADDE WKf. 0. MIDDLETON. Proprietor. EEQUISITE DE8IONSI 1MLA&ILA. uumes jiitUTEFS' SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON FOURTH STETNOUTIL WEST BETWEEN 0I TO WHICH WI Be ADDEDSTES. By virtne of ade-cree of the-Supreme Court of the Distiticl Columibia. ;%owsd in the caus of INicholat 300 TURKISH CARPETS AND RUGS. rnuiAundiust Daniel Murray and others. No. l 110*hdoket 331, the ndes-ignred trusteev.s, g. * alLy said decree, will ipruee44d to ..ehl. on WED-. ItEIDAY, MAY! FOURTH, I1*2 at FIVE O CW)CK ALL CHOICE PIECES TO ATi front of the premises lot 4. in square 2. ALL HOIC PIZE96TO SOL AT Wablifinchi. D.C.. troultlug 23 teet 0 Inches on 4th stre. t. with a depth of 1410 fisot. imiproved by a 4-room brie: hiouae. Ttrus of alc: One-third incash, balancel ine we sd OUR AUCTION ROOMS, 1407 G two 3ear. in equal Istallments, for which thenotenof the purchiaser, bearing 6i per cent per annum,. will he requred seure bydeed of trnst up on the premides. oir 1Lleaah. A deposiftof $200 sillI oe requtired at the STREET. MONDAY AND TUES- tine of imle. Purclimser mua compiu with the terms of sale wain tein days from mmiue, r tho piolierty will be r.,.Ohd sfter ten days' adrvertlsentt at the rift and coat of the defaulting purchaer. DAY. MAY SECOND AND GEORGE. HAMILN. AUCTION. KALE. R ATCLIFFE. DARit & CO, Autie..*AE W THREEP.M.SAGE AY. HESSTEES'8AL GOERY ADERIOBL PRON 001TN I AIN DLOK8 A BAKINGTAN D.C.PWER.CIAS.T) ofANDil 189,. inEquityES FCaUseN1.43 docke SPIo TWENTY- ND~ H AD GEER AALFASTET F AbEoPAR14. inY AaAPTrDitNar. Tltfo. so ae 1 UME UEon equO nAYlet iAn SEoe and9tw -EG, IthING -Soum, aABVE Nem anuED y A to bHe ecurDS byth thsrpertyiorallcshctthe urnae'sopo.A a69-St depositeof ALTER il bWrLI red of0, thespurchasera Wh Ie Df IWe DWLLInGean.n NO.nd recordigat 146ewYotheeny 1o01 of the rrEr. INf ES ofX 1a0e bEET To TWEE. EGIIc.EflfA~t NIE CENT OeLOn r PerE, eih tosell nfte tpertatee STREET NO~lRWI~t-r AND S~hPrTis3 ao~nd cs fthet d esltn ourchaSr.tedet N~~uTHWEST. TO Cl~uSEE TBOVEAFALIRS0POTPmo~fha OO AC AN INVESTMENT COMPANY, eAY p-il saime onre bln nu and tpoace.z bFer.t ~ss 'O NeING, U~e"'iT trut f heprm al f ot 5. 7, 15 5. qurea0-dtuon of 16r oth-s rnw. shire ae, andderdecreetenpwaaiedtbyeathe SuprenS aCour ofth front of lotiItrict% oetCin debth ofnsaidilotcn se20No.d1371LYRIIe sue erea.1a2 .rontingri4e2lfeeta onnOoewllnsalenuepubei Taun:On-hidcah tehaaeaiuoect wo.it. in-oto h 14r0n7e on10 uY A lotss.rontis on Lystres andunimeerednr8. b9 sue. ii r~t ol heprodry sld o al cshatth HANDOM, PLUSH4 PARL6,O9 anUd 8 Tfte ubiv optonoftie nrhaetA epeh o gsjretlrein of0 ortarna 0ot CC6 17 8AND 19Rare544. comlid it i i~en ay te te ay.1saecorddTT LESSr V9 flto 8A, intesuvy to esut te pcprtyat he oiskan o. cAN the (H istEric ofU Cluubia vnitlemsttofsuc rgal i sursneApelsp o pat of otiina LotSG 6 Nd 7. teethafo Baedi WetuturD.C At s-rynew a uAE, rntn onI OF CtreA.te i atofsi o auedigatte etth ntiatr IgtewestMQUet frotUbSte ephthref n U''ttAt)saidCEE! AR- ofS Ailt 7AeND tAe Cat3 etfotb aemtheoh therwefthereeeaiA. otsason OsatreetAbeing im 3rove.bytwo-storadw andg gousesandbsns aE4Go.W 1hose . num erti 34. a5,nd 39 di n 6 sate of MosesT.Is., decaseado ato which he conducted hivsebottling business uyerma offsale:eOne-thirdecassa. and theiresidue-i sine tea~ S U d M ~ equaln S . intaletst oe an lto yearsfrmdyf sem-anualy, r al ash, at epito ofprh-r anin auos o-prher.Tesewilbmaen JO BRNRD Tusee C tabuldna.-o 11h ndF t w Rm LICII O" I I I WiVal, an ON.3W O w I l"n-. f ' - . amD It QAR MI ieat steet ea te wety. e: :tar|;s, . e tn iath. till e time, nemi lett~ aF @;;;t ad2MoTwe 1h040r as lihine mea1 L -t t on 0h0 a11 * ap TAICLIE. DAM & COL. ArUCD6n8M. 122h 22 232 ED TR SOU ST. 03N 4 TOMT FUANK NOGLVI t *M~ b OUTI1ZT ?'.D ~ OU . 0 1216 AND i2l6i BECON B h MKAaT. 0. V Da A k OON. MAY FIFTI. at FnVE oo . we GIr for =l%, ia ftret of thn Paits"ota 2 en"? M "g"n'seat of sm 74& 990fromt w oo tooL I o..e half lot. am ?.. 77.. = h e e ow nder arood renmal and shoeld a the attentim et partias an secb of am In Terat: Om-third cash. *Ah Imuatlir. 6 par, cen& per annsm, soecared b trut on the yroperty aod. ua &3 cash, a the option ihe unftaae. A d-powlt tii 4"4 on each house Ir.quarell to time of 0.19. If the termo .4 mL16 are not coni.1t4 withJ In Wideen days fwlIft Us* d of ewe. right reserved to resell the prop. artY a" the risk and --.at n; the deaultanbe Purcem,. after h days' alvertstnet of stch resale in asan wpa r p haawd :n W..hlarton. D. C. All con Vey .n41104 and "1, amotag the costaOfar. UATCLIFFE. DA ra Co., ap7d&de Anetl meer . AVR T r . F a and aw t aun. sot o Landmark for par tirula or ad PO. RL. WD Mum at. Ncffolk. VL ap 8-5, D"''""".=d D atm m. PEREMPTORY BALE OF 8TKITRN BU GLDtG LOTH FRONTING ON M ON N AND) 0 ATRENrS NORTH NE Z TWEL+H sTREST EASA. Ona MONDAY AFTERNO4JN. M&Y SHOOND, 18142. ce-n uenclar at ItALF-APAST FOUR OCIACK. we will sell. oan r4 area.ima. by authority of egnada cat. clouiti its aft is. Lots 1. 1. 17, 18. 19 20 and 2L Block 3. TRIN IDAD: late 9. 10. 11. 12. 1314. 15. 6and 17. BLOCK IL TUINIDAD. Lot 15. block 3. fronts 75 feet on Xetreat and cew tinn 8,M.3.1t feet. Lot I N biock 3, fronts 51.96 tot am N street @d contains 10.478. 10 feet. Lot. 17. 1S. 10,20 and 21. block . each front 60 feet on N street = ah contain 7.4601 feet LosItl.1 mI I-. bl tI. each Iroat; Is fieat o N street and each contam 7.500 feet. Lot 1I. block 6. fronit. 5%.44 ies"m so I e ins contains 1.879.ndf et. Lot 14. block 6. fronts 67.32 feet n o atet and contaans 12.033.15 feet. 1ate i. 1and 17. bl.4aCh fromt feet wmO street atad aachcntain 7.500O fset. This is one of the host opportunities to obtain ae building lut,. at canapetitve prken. In thia raidly maicn.tiouz of thme city. fer na De-third csh tlance in one and two years; nota. to bear 6 per ccL interest. payable oemn atually. au toe eacura t t runprop ertyeuwid. or all cash. at..ptloaaof purchier. A deposit 01 $100 reqired Uneac4 lutattaieof mle- Convety 5Lu~g.Mc. atl~cseiscot.Terim.lobe compiled With ii fifte,i-ay.. othbiwias right rseetod to re sell at rift and cost of deraulirg pumchauer after five days' advertiseanit an ame newspaper publiad in Washinvtoam l. ap274u IUNCANSON BROS.. Aueticmeas, DATCLII"M DARK &"C. AtictlefteeMa R^" 9" " PE"* N A-K NW. TWO-STORY FRAME Ho ENO 104 ELEVENTE STREET NOUTHP tST AND TWO-sTORY BUICK HOUSE NO 1 13 PENN&TLVANIA AVJ NUI' SOUT11949T3.: AUCTION. ON TUESDAY AFTEANOON. KAY TIED. 1892. AT FIVE O'CLOCE. we will eel. is frst of the PART OF IOT 4. imQIARE 994. Improved by two houes. No 504 Eleenit street and No I13 Pennsylvaniavenu.s.outheaet. frosting 44 feet on Eleventh utret and 6.90 fat cm eusiyl iranlat avenue. Terma: t ine-third cash. balance I one and two years. becured by dead of trast. with interest at the rate of 0 par ceat per annum, payable emai-anmuAily. or all cai at e option of the pmicaeer. A deposit "f *10 one b on"e reuied at the time of wiles Te"m to becnled witi n 14 days or the right to Iset " the rik a taiott the uletaultangr pur chei. re. co" "dm''. :.. at p* chaeer'ast L AT;41FM. DAAMMI&CO.. Amt& T.E. WAGGAMAN. Real Estate Auctleciar TRUSTIEE SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE ON VIKOINIA AV&NUe. BE TWEEN SECOND AND TRIAD 6TUXZ= BOUTHEAbT. By virtuo- of a deed of rstduly recorded is Libor No. 139r. folio 3111 at se., of the land records at eU District of Columbia, and at the ramt of the por ty ftheteby weuruL. we will eelatpalicascuttjols It tepromise on SA!UMDAY. MAW 8XVw.TH. iS~gL at RALF-PAS FIVX OCWOK PM. or ytel (X 7 and pnof evmdJt a in = 7 amblugtm. B. C beglimcu from aid ofntoof &at the north corner of mid lot1. on the lisp of Virginia avaams"W"u rnin thence east. any ano mid .. ee tenee thwest waedlyaarightaugieewith et arema Il fea 11 tacoe thence due mouth us Ieat to tse emnth line Go ad t west to the weA line of odd lot. thence rtb ftS am t n art y at righi em tivs wi thI o uis to the laceof bmmin se-hrd cash, of which 500 mnt be 89 time Of sale and the bhlauce in e equal 18 =..6in six. twelve and eirtea aon fco which note of the . bearig interest sa day of and see of truet us the prew. city od.will be tahen, a, all cask" ataption of pur. chaser. If tarno are tat coonaumid with is twelve days from asks the oerty will be remold aM risk and coat of ditfultin aMWUAa-a. All convoy. aenag and reod .gat l urehee c ee TWOM. E. WAWMAMAN. JNo. W. PILLILNG. Tnat T. E. WAGGAMAN. Asutieneer. ap26-d&d& TRU PlU TY. BEING WOO 1s1 13L MaTR MOCMITZEi EAST. WASHINITON. IUC Under ana b vatae of a deseses Voed the 9th day of A~rl 1 02 In equity ewasN 1378. doirmal 3. of t 8apSuiea Cour of the Disrict a Colam ba. wherin Annie 1 Nash t aare a=.8ima- and Robert Clark at al an uefeadenwta. doe winsderisued will offer foriaelato the hi~a~ tbidat us RON D.6Y MA CUN D 18W.' at -PAUT FOUM O'CLM I .Pi.".4thepmamow No 8113 L sueet authmat, the Jullwi. reel property. to wit: All that piece and "I of kind Aip m lying and benagf In the cAY ty ci Waigtcbtn Dm;:racl o b nlumlAaLkw and imaaniuIshidia part .4 west frou the northe cner esaid sar.frm lat fouth Lset.thane weart fest. tikn atml place l ni togethbret Termsor sale: U~ne-th cahand thlme in twe nterefom lay ofale, at the rae o Weat ann. payable a uaually to b eue wil i requie t te shat ath witn within tem dayafrousa thaeetese. the trushees am. aerve the rih tousel th imeta th end cat of the daalii ~uromw lith an lsta m. Teateen DUCA110N BEGS. Asietiare.m PO Vr.D RITE lIC.L a ruaN gOe. NO. 305 VOUR3 Es~.hT NOSTMEAST NEAP.SIANTU1E kEQ te be1 .atw aere d ab 143td fol.o 7 end 33, raesee srecords fa the District (f Coluanbia. as aa idecree ci a eq aittain thac of t owi:lf (813,. beginnang for thme eame et apia ir'd let an rnigten ce amm tmana a ea 6 a tioest a , al ea at WM.*W. at ist m-ra as atnmre S AUCTION AU rU~k I b&s. TMGNAB UOWLZ11U a 6". Aacsime"%q w KZ~~errom'g41 SvcK wHrADa . 1.1119 uIXTU BT3? U., So& W&541 (in UT is.I~ eVY CPC'ill eall us frost of U"e 64mFIV Pan t lot 4~ Is uaae 450. lUee~mbet 00 t ica.we" by a 0te of so ato 4" %aa T-re of now:* Use-thrd reli helm to"P Ismem of VIA.l1nua witil tka blet 64 6 let Ces at 6.9 aud twelve airt. roal heell. meuhedm bheiiea fruit O~u the lweeti. or all eN6 NA the *tuall trehege. a 46"~t ef at6 st Uses 66 at. 25,4dwd FliNte, of will af Alfred PSA*O. T160-oDwuxjj&qDUN. Asu"GM I 1ILI iRyMR OFyxy USor I 46 UTUKET NukTyNK &ST AT ACCTII ,I O uDAT. MAY SLOXl N S! AT Ts P'LC U, .. la WIU- . LL 1KI1Sk 44 KIT IT Xf. W. A CUOLW~TUPMEV t* 11uWI FLKM M.U be. u ati Os. PambyrSuit- of twoe plaea.Walaut ishassel. Canter Tabee. Mirros. Vase Of ltlti. Clamber WW flltirr in austi an" o"4 titm Wa'~t . NW. ltlrlua.Wyeh-fMu asbDddiag. Matt- Aelk riteutitit Tal14. Chigt ide u aa.1. h o Ue. 1-1 14 kooka. bemele 40TU.61 hU.) rofa N&IN. urn 9-4A~ Cook 0110101. Heatte StWS.% I htl.it.lot (I (suain a!nd Cxoekeary Wams.Cooklng Cfmnaglv Kitebe Itequieltk.C eU aias, 64 cosiltl. MP artiat 011-p2 TROWAS DOWLEIG &t SOX. Art DUNC."ON IlM.eimeek LNTIRK CjNUIrlM 4.T MV% NO.121 CUh~thaINU IN' SAUT (OF TAPPURTUT PAIMWR bVITMS N ttiTl: WI111 XQth M. T. TAIILES t.V CHAIU- CbL&, TON OCKFI3 CU i~ t#Ii At 10 C*AIitlt OAK HALL MACK X1 TEOOlu'1 TAULLa, till kokED VAI1DIIOBF:,. CEE'MUXA WKI111MIE IILD. CEEXRY fLDSU lI..QAK 3tbS..l III,. DJIVA%*. %)Zi1P2t'RD IflO CHAIU%. KL YtFtLEMATfMk tEMlIL S IL~T(N ABB 0TH 1 ItatI. V ELAI-T rAPLETUir ARII usi NFt.AL; PL, h TURi(OtiT TI144HM(SE 4OF k.A K TA'.FN WKIzn. LAd:" tCtKTAUt. ANDt k 1%k 1UI"A14 LS. L %. KVAiM Lc,. itr.Ii ON MONDAYr XNIBIM X %T StUsXD, IlN'.1 Couinte:ia at TLN 'LOK we wt: - ao a the -rlte litC mtb ento oo.b.l lurnatuw thaeti. which waa fstuialiq i aer about uo ea a4(h. ale witho.ut 11oardl t. aratbar. flOCANISON 5306, Autogiestr. RIX DINThCABLE BUILDING LPIS 4iN MTUTLL FlIRMT HTltLT V. 4iT. # ACH rl u'QLI%4J IX T:INF.EIl-* TEIGHTINCHis IIr A .LP&kt or FIF Y-oRVE. AN) ONE-HALr FrxT. no5 WEIDhE-IlkY AFt-1tUt.N. MAk l'OtKTlL s t FIVE O'(.[AJCL we U.11 scal tuoa st the .,RI TO 2Orl. INCLURIVE, IN Klil-%E or,. I hiew hcts are adrallt aatuatel for hlrtdmag. 1..*aaff 1I nttood of V'. it. pflatjLau of., atd U r CApito),4 ouet.4.t t) sret cnars. Mud ame aJvan tair,-m for boliua. Terms of ai: vue-tbtrdemab. bsane is id: gad twelve ,uaoths. note, to twa- a per ce-It it tuertgt 3ya.a ble a. ntl-atnuaally. ani to tie neeq-ed bj, 4-~drd U tat ou turauu:aeg; sold, or all ca.-k. at pitw-e ~4 purbater. A deattt f 0100 ioqirel os each But at tuna of Mad.. Comrts-aticmv. kc. at m~at a, ltarecia-wr i ormagt ine COungIbe with as illecas dale. otterw1- r~ya r' aerVe Ito fIL t thWe risk a tad rot W1 defaultijag Imr chaser after ae l Z Adveeia-s~et buck remfi Saone ULWSpapcf Z.,.lhe an -a11gt. 116 C DUNCA.t.% B!lIO01 ap1O-dhde Avirtioeme. UNCN60 BRS. Asctk*neegu, ITrES' SALK OF' VkAL INPDOVXD REALESTAT . OWN Ah N). 1337, Isrmg= BET FEX ~I !TE N TH AND Foix k rieu1 D1OO1TMICTOF COLL lIBE Dy virtue oaadeed of mmaveyaee bftring ae I th day of April. A.D. 18112. as ruywd. in ~a No !10 folio *'6'. one of the lNA mucorto of tnhe " o1 tiuali. tlhe undersigneil. St trualsee. win of.er for cale at public ania. a,. free% gfe preiw MONDAK. THE WIN I K DAOF NUt .B t at FLY,. O'CIAMVK P M all that ofgrdl the city Of WaahangmI sbaawi 4mw-ksw sthe eart twonty ml05 feat of hot Uumhu4 a (%Je is quare two babiidad mad lify-tour j26616 Ned vroved by a Oave brick bualidieg sidt wekt 01!Ep rc Calmed by ChinM 0. BanU bo SOmeelei a fermacse Mail seaft tia Te~rms of ask.: tkwe-hird of the SO&a mNY caah. balaance am(Ise tied two (2) re'seit it mgom from the day of Sale. Ilayghtig oeai-eamaly. SN which 1:.rP- wivte Proissorty siotrs secured by a A dotru- upon the pertp or all dktham OPtio of the gimrhagay. A doattof *:Am wo be IS njred of the imsluha at the tite at gelk eyVOaobg. . " U poe5 00EL Tarn wil he paid Go dew o gal.. If teram t gaehe sotgmitti w t iS ama daytt fromt day o athel.* tiegim resere ase rip toTo wnl the wwr at the Cast a"d rink of 4gsumoif pee. dagge after Svc days adverm aimgt ofam* oN t i Sim. soepw in the car of Wakgatu GEO). W. COCHIRAM #asjvuaau Sa-S-de. 486 Louidsma owe. citAxcEzr SALE OF VALUAULW 1U1lDV3 MAL& BOTATE IN WVx T'jjfG~U AX XTNA!. laMMasIT. 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