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A CATHOLIC CLUB.
T6 &=t Pgr8 of th Goaaga Athletic Organiation. CLUB ROOM AND GYMNASIUM. Whet the Tmag MNe C..eted WItt the Cosege Emae Aesomplsd-Physival - wen s moeuta and lerae iampowvement Ranhed Aftaer-Otabs and emabevs. . HE LATE FATHER maguire, who spent 0o much time and energy in St. Aoysle parish to build up a large con gregation and the neces mary church societie. ifhe could return and see what has been done, would certainly repeat Sa hearty an. The wonderful advance and improvements that have bees made in the cas de dodes at Gemana valley would be as piems Ug to the eve of the father an would 11 formatiom of the societige be pleasing to his vry soiL Not the least important adjunct i3 so Sourishing organization known " the Young Men's Catholic Club of Oonzaga College. Beyral attempts had been made to organize such a club in this Parieb nearly all of which had as their object literary or dramatic advance eat. but after a year or two the membership wsnldgoadually decrease as would interest in tust traixxa en~zmrn's LzAanna Under the leadership of Rev. Father Gilles pie the lub has grewn in numbers, until now mere ae nearly 300 Ges o the rolls, and the elb has assummed a position ameag the best clubs of the city, having all the attractions of a Arst-clsa club. including gymnasium, tennis and bass bob Mesors. IL P. Dewning and I. J. ai. in the omimner of 1M9. paid a visit to friends in Bas ton. New York and other northern cities. and having reseived their education at the schools of the Jesuit fathers they naturaly id visit to Jesuit colleges in these cities Ty were astonished to find such large societies existing around these colleges and they thought they should have a society in Washington. where some of the best men from all over the country attend eelege. SrATRIG OF T33 CLr. When they returned all thisge were ready for te m--matn of their desires. The priests had just moved into thir grand new parochial residence, leaving one side of Gonzaga Col lege vacant. Rev. Father McGurk. who was then rnter. kindly donated the vacant rooms as a placeof meeting. It so Spened that Father Otonnor. H. J.. who was a school mate of these gentlemen, was rt \this time a profeso in Gonzaga Coee and he entered into the organ ation of the club with great spirit and bent out caH to all the Cathnlic men of the city. whi:ch was largly ar: 1W. I. 3181ANsq. weredand the lrstmee%-t ng was hekL when Father O'Connor was elected president. The new club taking heed of past experience saw that a club to be a:'c-eess f.l must cater to the different tastes of the young men1. so it was decided to emabruce all features that would attract them. The first en tertainrment given by the club was a wonderful success. At the next election Father O'Connor declined to be a candidate and Mr. Win. H. Me Grann was elected president. During the six smouth. of his administration the club advanced is prosperity and increased in membership. Z& X. X. NAr. M. L . Hall was the next president, and ,ig the latter part of his administration the ebb gave a thre days' retreat at the ter esmaemry of Saint Aloyimn, their patron maint. While all the members of the club were sorry a the departure of lather Mcaurk, KJ.. for 'a new teld of labor. n one enu have been more than the present rector. Father Gil ,sh.J.. who from the tiae he has been teeter er Gonzg College has by every means bnhispwer advanced the interests of the I.M.C.C.G.C. He was at one time a teacher in Gemma C and taught any of the mem base of the c Mr. DaB during hos administration was noted Se hi ross ad decision and his thorough heoewsdge of pram trylaw, and the club w astnded wt the mmame e-- which has ese fb~esed it. At te enpiratiom of Mr. Halls term of oee Mr. MeGyuns was called for the second time to te presidency. During hos second term of emse the elab )oined the National Catholic liigMen's Unam and sent as delegates to the Paalphia convention Messrs. Rail and Downing. The latter read a aper on "The Aima of catholie Bocieties" of whi -h the Ehurch Met's researhed: "Onue of the brightest ppr sed in the cunvention was *The Aim of Cathli Useietie' by Mr. Downing." The membership had now increased to such a great number that a heard ot directors for the control of the club haeeme a aecesiy. and accordingly a new con mtinwas adopted prviding for the govern meat by the board ofdirectors. Ton ard the eeme et Mr. Mc~ra's term a couywe in philos was he lubsecuingtheservices 1Rew- . . Mnaa.tLM.J..formnerlv pro Asso ofhilsopy a Boton College. 'Fo this euere nembes oftheclub were admitted and much other gentlemmen, who, by their educa lio, ad pursuia in life. this cours- would be int=ehg-btm wll as instructive. A large nam her' have been attending the course. Mr. Me~ran was so well thoutlht of that at te next election for' the new board of directors mwsisiyelected one of its members. Unear me howearly dumaste art 0..m &ndtehe ismedwa Mr. thes ba. D owng me bids is mebrn them tre b Ta adai to heha in the0 alme for se comisel t tebb The febswig ar oe pea a N. House commttes-Mesma. Ba, 3sia,Wesis, Sanker, Creignon. Gymnasium-Branhan, Trapp, Pope, 1ib gerald and IJeggee. Anditing-German, Pope, F.A. W.Van BaUsu, Eioenaban. Connor. Membersu- Colins, Hifard, L. J. ComAna, T. Madigan. T.Gurney. Entertainment-McGranm, Bogan, Helm, C. L. Murphy. Keue% Conttution-M ulina, O'Brie, Goerman, McDonald. Schager. Librarv-Conae, Murray, Moato, Leahy, Fitzgeralk. Item-Morton. Brsnahan, Downing. ATLMETICS LOOEED AFTMg. While providing means for the mental, spirit =3l and social development of the club, outdoor recreations have not been overlooked. They have been provided for on a scale equal to any of the previous eforts of the club. Among the membership are many dne bell players, and the season opens with bright prospects for a serie T. W. EIBANE. of Interesting game. both here and elsewhere. as it is hoped that the club will be able to take a trip through the neighboring states and play with other amateur nines. 'Ebrough the efforts of Masors. T. F. Keane and F. A. W. Van Reuth the groun44at wiorth Capitol and 0 streets were seeured for the season. and there the club ex pects to play many interesting games. The nine an at present conesituted is a stron one and it will take good material a beat For batteries there are such men as Madigan, Fitzgerald. Meyers. Day. lone and Daners, while in the Infield at diferent times will play Fagan. Evar@. B. Meyers, Hanlon. Farrell. In the outfield are Jarboe, Keane and McCann. Among the other players are Van Reuth. Roche, Buckman. dwartz. The team i. at present under the capable management of Messrs. Eeane, Van Renth. Connell and Murray. The younger members of the club have or ganized a junior team, of which Mr. J. F. Can non is manager and Mr. L. L Connell secretary. TUE eWNASIUM. The gymnasium hall, which is the ball on the college grotads, is nicely fitted up with all the latest appliances to provide physical exercise for the members, while outside the gymnasium is an excellent tennis court. Mr. Felix Van Reuth is captain of the teinnis club and under his instructions the members are becoming qnite proficient in the game. There are other out door sports in connec tion with the club, such an quoits. jumpring, rac ing, bicycle riding. Ac. In the near future a quarter-mile track is to be built in the Y. M. F. A. w, VAN axtrra. C- C. Park and there some fine exhibitions of outdoor athletic sports will be given. In the club rooms are pool and billiard tables. smoking da reading room and a growing library. Mr. Lawrence J. Connolly is the pre: ent librarian. and under his supervision the number of good books is largely increasing. The members of the clb hope to be able to build a club house before another two yen-s roll by. and they want such a building as will refleet credit both to themselves and the city. The Brst excur.ion of the club will be given June 2A. and before the close of the season another excursion will be given for the benefit of the poor. OFICEUS OF TUE CLr. The officers of the club are: R. F. Downing. president: J. A. Mulquin. vice president; P. R. Hilliard, recording recretary; J. A. Brosnahan, corresponding secre tarv; C. Bogan. Samn ci-d secretarv: C. J. Helm, treasurer: L. L C nuell, librarian; J. B. Collins, sergeant-at arms. Board of directors W. H. Meirann. C. M. Werle. T. J. Murray. F. Pope. F. A. Van Iteuth. JT p T. A. Gorman. M. T. O'rien, E.J. Hall, I. A. Fitz gera. Base ball is decidedly I the feature of the sum mer sports among the club members just now, vuos. . haAr. and Messrs. Thomas F. Keane. manager. and Francis A. W. Van Reuth. secretary and trees urer, are rece' the applause of the mem bers for saking i feature such a success. Both men have had considerable experiene in this line of sports before, the former having managed other club, and the latter being di swetly connected with club. Prof. Thomas J. Murray is one of the moat prominent and energetic members of the club and has devoted much time to further the inter eas of the organization. TUE noLL or NEMBEnsEiP. Among the members of the- club are W. J. Bergiing, P. J. Brennan, Gleo. Bauer, J. Bree nahan J. A. Brosnahan, N. T. Burns, 5. P. Burg, C. J. Began, E.. J. Bres nan, W. T. Brick. Joe, Berberick, David Burns, J. T. Brennan. N. T. Byrne, M. P. Canty. T. B. Coyle, L. I. Connell, J. Collins, J. E. Cannon, D. 0. Campbell. C. Conner, J. Coyle, S. Curtain, F. D. ConneDl. W. A. Con way. G. C. Callan, D). W. Carroll, T. J. Connor, A. & C'lark. H. E. Larkson, 0. Caspari. T. L. Co'.tigan, T'. A. Cannon. T. J. Crawford, Jan. Casanaugh, R. F. Dtowning, W. Denne. J. J. Dolen, J. N. Doyle. D. J. Down ing. A. Dore. E.. F. Degger, F. P. Dalsy. A. B. Degges. T. J. Duffy, TI. P. Dorsey. P. Dillon, H. 0. Degges. J. Dougherty. F. Eicholtz, C. E. Etchberger, D. J. Foley, J. k. Fanning. M. F. Fitzgerald. J. A. Farrell, R. A. Fitzgerald. J. F. Fitzpntriek, F. L Ferry, T. A. FItzgerald, 5. W. Fling. B. J. Foley. N. A. Fitzgerald. N. A. Fitzgerald, C. Fitzgerald. James Fitzgerald, D. Flynn, T. L. Farrell, Joseph L Ferry, C. F. Geter, A. GJenan, T. J. Guiney, 31. Guiney, T. A. Gorman. E. V. Gorman, J. W. Glennon. Thomas Gasegler, N. J. Gleason. T. A. Healy, E. J.-Hall. C. Herbert, J. F. Hile. Henry Bile. P. I. Hilliard, Willim Bile. J. E. Hayes. J. A. Hanlan, C. J. Helm, E. J. Healy. P. J. Haltigan. 0. Hart, Thomas A. Hughes, F. A. Hughes, B. E. Harvey, J. J. Har ley, G. T. Haslam, J. T. Hill, P. Hanfaman, A. A Jonsnon, T. 5. lend, L. F. lengla, T. P. Eennelly. H. P. Klota,. enleher, 0. T. Kolb. J. A. Eelly. T. F. Keans, C. V. Inighton, 31. A. Keane, L. i. leans, Edw. lei, F. J. L~ane, A. M1. Le Merle. T. C. LaneN List. S. IL. Ianaa, R. V. Leahy, T. F.' Lyons, W. E. Lanmadale. B. A. Lehman. T. F. MeAnelly, C. F. McIoughlin. W. H. McGraun, 5. A. Mat qm&. J. Murray, T. A. Murphy. 5. A. Me anb.L. Murh, C.Ma=aing, U. McMahon, P. at. Murphy, ThmsMeL.ne, A. B. Mane, Sulan Morton, J. A. MeDonaid, W. 0. Me!.. tyre, J. B. McFadden, WS.-ds. J. Mask, 5. F. Mullaly, E. B.Mes T. Jad sti. Menl. zr.. MelayvA. F. Mar, F. 5. Meehen. U. A. Nesbtt, B. 0. Nolte, J. . 0g6 esnmiter, D. O'leary, K. T. O'Brien, T'. P. O'Den, J. O'Ceanor, Jan. O'Nei, R. 1. O'Donogu.R. O'Hare, N. 3. 0'Comer, F. PoF. E. Preston, J.A. QalB, C.3gee sea .Beebe, D). 5. Noehe, 3. V. Behe, W. ehrtL T. Beaher, w. m calem, S. Chare, S. 5. Mattery, 3 5. Mo.', S. A. a=ase, W. V. SaNtean, T. . Sweeey 5. T. Tr.D.lL.Th---- A.'egg LVa 5.5. Va . M. al, L Wine J.J. alaa, . Wh B. We, sees, See. WM Nor dma. LMb ai-"hypee Mew r M..-W hat in i6 amer' abashee theui~ pespinta hAm abaemg What 44s an thassamf" mP AW* AM 601N a Vim so niaos ese Nst 3em ms..ems Ne2b" Weest " . as . s.. The Naional Art Ansm im,., of which Ja, Benjamin Harrison is hesary peIde t -i Vice Preest ad IM. Nmts. e hen= vee Pm , win hold an al eegrem i Wmbbte. next Tsaday. The congres will be held In On setermm of the Cehmal== = University, ermr 16b end X ,H1t, at 10: a.m.. Mr. owad eting ton, president of Qne National Art Aocation. and ex-pre.MIeat of the Naiohna Aft.ay of Design. will preside, and may distingaished speakers wil dinses the beet way to improve the popular taste in art Tie object of the congre. is to canvass plow for securing reg aition of satire art. An interesting feature of the eangres will be the display of -1Mplta by Ameiie A n which will be bodin the ehapel of the Hesith onian and will be open for ten days to the view of the public. Among the pictume to be die plaedan69followig, aita FTboa Aneuts, "Iron Work ers:" W. S. Allen, "Afternoon on the River-" E. A. Abbey, "Sn';" J. G. Brown, "Watela ing the Train;" H. Blaafold, "Music;" R. A. Bhakok- 'The Canoe Bulkier:" George H. Butler, "Bothered;" Howard Russell But ler, "Marine;" J. C. Beckwith, "In the Yel low Ligbt;" D. M. Banker, "LAndscage;" Al bert Bierstadt, "lake Luise;" Wil liam A. Coin "Sunset;" Fred erick E. Church, " Mediterranean Sa;" Carlton T. Chapman, "A Derelict;" Kenyon Cox, "The Pursuit of the Ideal," C. C. Coleman, "Moonlight-Itnlian Street Seene;" W. M. Chase, "Mother and Child;" Henry G. Dearth, "Evening;" Joseph Decker, "Hung on the Line;" Elliott Duingerfield, "After Milk ing;" F. V. Du Mond, "hrist and the Fisher men;" T. W. Dewing, "Portrait;" G. Ruger Donoho, "Wood Interior;" Wyatt Eaton. "Sappho;" Gilbert Gaul,"Wounded to the Bear;" Edward Gay, "In May;" Frank Russell Green, "Sweetheart;" . S. Guy, "Out of His Ele ment;" Hamilton Hatnilton. "Sunbeams;" Thomas Hovendon, "Chloe and Sam;" Daniel Hantington."The Goldsmith's Daughter;" Alex ander Harrison, "Moonight;" George Innces, "After a Shower on the Delaware River;" Francis C. Jones, "The Favorite Grandchild;" Eastman Johnson. "A Portrait;" Dora Wheeler Keith, "Portrait;" "Charles Lasar. "The Widow;" John Lafr . "The Great Statue of Amida Buddha at kamakura. Japan," and Frank Mow., "Death of the Hamadryad." Stainley Middleton, "Ideal Nead;" Francis Miller, "Local Freight Caboose;" G. W. May nard, "Portrait of F. D. Millet;" F. D. Millet, "Portrait of Miss Rate Field;" J. C. Nicoll. "Bunlight on the Sea:" E. Wood Perry, "Mother ,nd Child;' Arthur Parton, "Spring Morning;" W. L. Picknell "Ieptember Sunshine;" Robert Reid. "A lied Flower;" A. P. Ryder, "Drvadr:" Theodore Robinson, "Street in Ilurbi zon-Sunset Glow;" Roswell D. Sawyer, "Daphne;" 0. H. Smillie, "Easthamp ton;" J. S. Sargent, "Venice;" W. T. Trego, "Battery Forward;' Jan. 0. Tyler, "The First American Shipwreck;" C. Y. Turner. "John Alden'. Letter;" A. H. Thayer, "Portrait;" Douglas Volk, "Accused of Witcheraft;" R. W. Van Boskerck, "A Landscape;" Elihn Vedder, "Matsyaq;" J. H. Witt. "Good-bye;' H. W. Wat rons. "The Silver Wedding," and W. Whittredge. "Home by the Sea," and these sculptures: J. W. McMonnies, "Diana." and Augustus St. Gau den's bronze medallion, "Head of the Gilder Boy." Sone Washington Professionals. Miss Helen Lamont will lead an opera com pany in l'hiladelphia for the summer season. Fay Templeton will be the soubrette, the rest of the cast will be competent people and there will be a chorus of forty-five voices. The com pany will open at the Park Theater on Monday night in "Genievieve de Brabant." with a new libretto by Ed Paulton. and a long run is ex pted. Miss Lamont refu"ed an offer in "King ' o" at the Broadway Theater, N. Y.. one in Chicago and one in Richmond to sing with this company, and ihe anticipates a successful season. Her friends in this city sincerely hope her anticipations will be realized. Mr. C(ha. Hanford is in the city making ar rangements for his starring tour next season in "Julius Cmsar." He says he will have a thoroughly competent company and will present this great Shakesperean tragedy in a manner never before witnessed. He will inaugurate his season in this city in September. Mr. Wilton Lackaye is winning success in one of Mr. Chas. Frohman's "Wilkinson's Widows" companies. Mr. Giles Shine's work with Julia Marlowe has been a source of gratification to his f riends in this city. which is his home. and where he first commenced his dramatic work. Miss Lavinia Shannon. who in private life is Mrs. Giles Shine, has made a distinct success in tne-Power of the Press." her work being highly praised in every city she has visited. The Bathing Beach. To the Editor of The Evenine Star: So many people are daily inquiring when the beach will be open. and what the prospects are of an appropriation by Congress for its com pletion and maintenance, that I take it for granted Tax STAn will be willing to publish the following statement: Knowing that the lit of July is the beginning of cach fiscal year in the District, I presented to Congress a bill separate from the District appropriations bill. hoping it might pass early enough to give time for the completion of the beach. so that the public could have some use of it this year. The Senate committee, in recommending its passage. over looked that point and added it to the District bill. Now the bill is waiting to be considered in conference between the Senate and House. and I think the Hon ie conferees will agree to it. But if it passes the work cannot he begun until July, and fully three months will be re quired to comnplete it with as large a force of handa as can be economically worked. nto I ny plied to the Commissioners for permission to open and run It as it now is, on individual do nations.until July, and after that whenever bath c'. would not be in the way of the wo-kmen, but the Commissioners came to the conclusion that they would not consent to its being again thrown open to the public nail the very beet means which thor ca devise for securing mafe~y are rerfected. Though the beach, enen as it is, is th iafest and beat place to bathe in Washington, and thongh boys will go to more dangerous places If this is not oper.ed. they feel that the public will hold them responsible for any accidents which may happen at the beach, and will not hold them repnsible for those happening elsewhere. Ths it seems that the beach will not be open this season. After leavin the office of the Commissinners I went directly to the beach and found a dozen white boys bathing at the north wharf. A few were clad in exceptionally short kilts for fteen-year-ol boys, but the clothing of mnost of themn was neither excetional nor otherwise. I did not make any objectaon. As the beach Is not open I have nothing to snay. 'The eafety of the property there and the questions of order and morals are under the charge of Maj. Moore, the same as everywhere else in the city. Itstllseems tome that It would be better to invlte ailwho wisihto bathe to doit at their own ilk at the beach, where one officer at a time can maintain order and decorum, and where, even under existing conditions. thee is lees danger and more conveniences than else where near the city. W. I. kars 3ew Paralyste Oaie. U~pen (Oe. leam the Indianapolis 5oural. Watta-"I tell you It makes a man feel pretty serious to Sad himself threatened with praly sis." Polts-"Ye. don't mesan to gay that is year ease, do you?' Watte-.-"Yes. my butcher told me that If I dida't do something for him bg the fret of the meath he woulM paralyse -e The 3ames. Why. Fem Js ATin & WhaM, *nea.... at we thee NEWM AMh~ R IYA st IVarsag 7ep .at "We eL M Rock.i . r r ROMADOWING1& ON..Ant.. 6123 a a.w. TRT9 E7X8OFVAUABLE I= ~F9~ KNOWN AS TE By irineofa TE STREET NOR by -itu e of a certain dead of trustdu eodd ,=gd of she District of(oumbia in ber 1et seQ and at the request of the ho of otscur thereby. we wi Sen as A the EL A O A D. Iw1 at FIV PCLOC . .. the followin-r described real estate and the =vensente thereon. situated In Washinarton dl Distlet of Columbia, to wit: All tva crtaim, =te or lareel of land and peie on in he as and belnar lot nb d one bundred and irteen (13). in suare numbered ten hundred and ffty-one (t5) as resorded 4da book gm 131. of the surveyors oiAce of the District of Said lot will be sold subject to a deed of trust. dated August 11. A. D. 1M0. secudrnrn a note of evaI date for 62 000 said note being payable in three () ears after ate. Terms of sale: All the purchase money to be id in cash. All conveymrin and recordin r at Purer's root. A degnait of SI(S) will be required at time of sale. If title not as repreelnted mone to he refunded. If the terms of sale, are not conaplied with in ten day% from day of sale the trustees reserve the ritrht to re sO Ike property. after f@v dar I iwevionotice In Thne Evesaing Star. at the risk &Il coat of defaulting pur Jaster. apS ds TOE E.D D NN fV"THE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED ON AC count ofthe storma until bATURDAY, MAY TEN T. 9, at ame hour and place. By order of' rustees. my12-dhde ATCLI1TE. DARR & CO.. Auctioneers. IEY1MESIRABLE TWO- TON AND lAS9ENT 8R E &RICK 3 ~-19IDOW HOUSE o 1-I e STREE ' OI~ IAT 'nA *XITED 1TATES CAPITOLA NW .I UI ING. On VATURDAY. MAY FOURTEENTZ at FIVE O'CA'K P.M.. we will offer for sale, in iront of the premises. LOT .%. OF A. P. CLdJIK. R.'S. UBDIVISION IN SQUARE (M. Frontiar lit. ' feet on C street and improvred by an eleiriantly built two-story and basoeuent brick house, containgfight roomis and bath, with all modern tm provem.ent. An elegant opportunity for investment or to secure a home. Terns made known at sale. A deposit of 6200 re quirel at the time of sale. Terms to be coinplied with in fifteen days froamn tie lay of gale. Afl conveyAncing mind recordin- at the cot of the purchaspr. nmy1l-dkda RATCLIFFE. DARR & CO., Aucts. FUTURE DAYS. itATCLIFFE. DARE & CO., Auctioneers. VERY V 4Lr ALE BUILDING LOT ON SEVENTH STRFET l) IRW EST BETWEEN K AND 8 STREETS B AU('TION. On FItIDAY AFrEfRINOON MAY TWENTIETH at FIVE O'CLOCK, we will ofer or sale, in front ok the pretlises, LOT 23. Sq'jaue 442. Frontin; 25 feet on 7th at. n.w. and running back to a This wile should ro:nmand the attention of parties In rearIh of a va!uAble bulalin sit'. Terns of sale: One-third cash: the balance in one and two years: 6 Ir cent I-or annaun. payable sain atanully, see'tr.'d by ded of trust cn tin. troperty sold. or all eash, at th<- optien of the pmnhaser. A deaosit of 8'20) required at t.ae tine of sale. If the ter-nsiotsaleare not comnplied with in riftein days fromn the da of sale rinrbt rewrvest t. resell the grop erty at the ris and rast of the dofaultne purvtaser after live ays'-advertionent of su -h res'Le in soune newsgenPr publihed in Washin-ten. D. C. All con veyane fmn and recordingr at tie an' of tlwn ourchaser. nny1tldaig IATCLIPFE, DARK & Ct).. Aucts. U NITED TAITS MARtSHAL'S SALE.-By virtue , of a writ of Geri facias iniaaed outof the '-nerk's of e of th- huprente Cjurt of the District of Columbis. anad t uaue directed. I will p-l at public s ale. for casi, in front of thte oudl house door or sail Distriet. on T'UESDAY. the SEVENTH IPAY OF JUNE. 110% at TWELVE O'CLOCK M.. all the rlwht. title. elatn and iterast of the defnendant in and to the folowiwng de cibed tropert, to wit: The west twenty ('-D) feet of lot nternrefur (t) in equare numlred ten hun dral and Afty-eight (108), in the city of Washin'cion, Dbstrk-t of Columbia. with all and siuigular the in provenment, tnr on. seized and leviedi uon as the property of Elizaieth Flynn.and will be sold to satisfy exautiun No. %.8g12 at law in favor Euatia Suilivan an4I Martha Burns. DANIEL A. RAMSDELL. U. 8. Maranhall. RATCLIFFE, DARK & CO., Auctioneers. inyldtje_ WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers. GRAND AUCTION SALE OF JAPANESE OBJECTS OF ART. CONSISTING 'UF Antique and Modern Porcelains. Bric-a-Brac, Clols annea. Brpzasnt. Pereens. be.. &ck.. ATOUR ALEn ROOMS. 1001 P. ave cor. 10th at. THIS DAY AND FtiLWING DA'YS. AT ELEVEN A.M. AND THREE P.M. rny7-2w THOMAS DOWLINIG&SON,Au::ta.. U12 E st.n.w. TRUSTEES' SALr OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPPERT Y. B- firtue of a decree of the Smnneon. Cot of the Di .riet f',!udda aas1 in o'it- causa 1.10. dotket 3:, the und e. d will aer or sale at pu )a' antian. in t-out of the rn etive pretulses. and atthhu a desip stad.#he followine ies o'ereorn-l and i ngromven-aam in the ity of Washington. Distrk of Cdinlarnma. Unawit! I k' On TUESDAY. MAY TWENTY-FOURTH. 18102. at HALF-PAST FOUi O'CLCK P. M.. suib lo nuthred three .l) in s:1un .'tn-.nberd i bndaljd and niha . y (w0). frontinr 'Ju anto New Jertey avenua - suth east letwn B and astre' s. and.s 124 (eet tIlunita in mean depthn tan an allay. antI is iusproved by a coa fortalie brfetk dweflln; hns.. be.nl prtuixes No. T24 N'w Jars ny av!!inu sntleas'. Almn ian the sne day at 5 o'cl-Ac r. m. . lot nam nred tintrty C)) in autul.ttiihn of I at n:ua:thered five (51. in guan inan!need rn hundre(. and ighty-foiar ativi . frn':tinz14feet 4 inets on Delware avnn. northeast nietween C anal D stretn ly a deth of lU Ieet. imp.ovd y a .n.fort.nble brics dweliiner hous. beinr prendises .'2Delawe aenuenortheaa. Terms of nie: O-a.thini cash and th balance in one and two. ye als froan day of ie, with interes: at tI per cenat tper an an. the deferred peymients to be. sea'ured lay daed of t. ast on the projperty .a '4. or all ncas~h at tise anptioan of tinw purcaner. A ns ti of 6100 will be re'auired at tin, ae le on each pnleet of nroserty. All cnvey.ust.-inar and recordang at pur lh~as acoe.. If the ternasa oft salo *re not roanndedl with in ten daya fromn day of male truatee reserves d!ne rieat to reanil tine Ieroport y at risk and coslt nof defauljtinar ouraar. DAVD . N&cCOMB. Trustee, mnylales 'd15 Nw Jeray ave. n.yw. R ATCLIF't-"ARR&liCO..*Auct. f5TOCK OF ORtOCERIES, COMIPI(ISING FLOUR, TEAII. SUaIARS. SPICEi. CANNED GOODS. COD MfK ADINE4 BLAEkIN TO BATCCO. Ciia 4IJ. COFFEE~t IIILL,SHOW CAIE. SCALEd, TE'n CADDIEAI. ICE BOXt &ne BING TH E ENTlItE STOCK CONTAIN4ED I(4 STO E NO. U0TU ST. N.W., CORNER O1F On TUTESDAY MO)RNING. MAY SEVENTEENT~I. AT TEN O'CLOCE, we will sill at the above. namedia stoire the escairo aentk cntainedl nherein. to wnich the atten'i~an of the rade anad niatetbur-ers ia called. nayl0-d_ RATCIFFEI. DARR & CO..* Aucts. S ALE OF -8CIIOOL HOUSE AND LOT-OFFICE of the Ctamaaiasioruna of the Distriat of Colunbishl. ayI. 1$:?f.-In puasu ince tat lte authornity irranted 1a h Diatriact a,aroinrnmuion act approved Marcha 1581, the a-hool atidin-r and mite on nthe south ide af Colnuntin renal neoir 10a^ a'. exteended will be ofered -l U tF NSaTAN, at FVE O CtOCK P V in front of amid buiklnaar. Termns of ale: One-thtirdl c'neh, and thne taalane tn dx andi twalve mnonthe. with inerest at ipar c'ent per nn'amn aud byadead of teats one perty aihasd A leet of60 mionera reerve thne rhrhit tor andall bida if in their judnlat none o 'the o nstam 'sir anarket -rie... W B ULAS. JOB W.ROSS. WV. T. it8tIEL. Cmei.mva of the Diatrict of Colun bia- 1yay1d R ATCLIE, DARR & C. Aucts..9WJI Pa.save.na.w. VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE TWO-STORT-ANR CELLAR BAY-WIWDW BRICK ROUSE NO 913 FRENCil ST tET. BETWEEN R AID AlN,JglAgpgxTa STREETS NRH EV E~NY"M. AT"*.PlOUR0E&aI."s, will efer gur sale in frent af prendse, by publie a SUBn IBI' 111. INI SQURE., ua1S feel a in -ies' em sruhtast, it SpAo: 90 ft t Sfeemvdal andlpes ~s peisat pue s ~~b s~j tQ ie s aMtQtte mDA. Ak. in masi . Tu00ha muuau.a si.ME sa.. M 3 AT Ann odr * U NMI enek and reside in en d to ...l .a sal.. wih ip,.e.s. man n te, or mln d Ia n to with term, and all cam WILIJAM .1.EULR, NL TO._ I WAGGAM ,_ e wmy13-d&ds TROA DOWLING & SON. Aucihneser. TRUSTEE'S SAL2 VALUABLE CORNEZ IBTI IN TINIDAD. ndat.Uep =u2. 1r&=.f recorted in Liber A.=oi et ., one of the land rerorde of the and at the requeate thse y FAT KIREa N AY , %UW91n atE Vb W P.M. a = acti.ini~~ the premises. sell the fol b ed .d state situate in the county of Washinerton. District of Co lumnbi, to wit: Lot eIhteen (14) in B. P. Watrous' subdivision of lots p lock seven (7) in Trinidad, as recorded in County Nook 7. paire 5. in the surveyor's o0le. froutinir orty (40) feet on 12th street ex tended by 90 feet on P street. And immediately thereafter will sell as aoresaid the southerly thirt--three (!L) At front on 12th street extended oft twe .ty4lx (- in said subdivision by a depll of 90 feet. aid pert of lot beiay at northwest corner of 0 ad 12th streets extended. n-loot alley is in the rear of both of said lots. Terms: 10ne-third of purchase mone I w the sale Is closed stnd the balance in two eul inswl inenis at one and *wo Years, secured by the prondinary notes of the purchase yand a deed of trust on the p-em Ism sold. or all cash, at the purchase's option. A de 90f ?1 reuIred on each lot on the day of swile C to be ose within Afteen days from th- day of e or the trustee reserves the rbrht to resell at the real and risk of defaultiw purchaser. All conveyanc Ins ad resordnir asurchsr's cost. BENP F. LEIGHTON. Trustee. my6 1ds Oflie 482 Louisiana ave. n. w. WrTRE AD E SALE IS UNAVODAB, POST eunt W NESDAY. MAY EIGHrRNTH. , at saine hour a n place yoer of the Trustee. my2-d&ds UNCANSON B5OS, AuMt., 1th and D sts. n.w. FINE LOT ON NORTH SIDE OFM STREET BE T OURTH ND FIFTH I TT NOTI WEST. AND INf LOT ON RIDGE STREET BETWEEN FO RTH AND YTFTH STREETS NO HEST. EACH HAVING A FRONT OF30 T 3 INC ES BY DEPTH OF 1EIWII FEET. M LVNH Op %EDNEL8AY AITERNOONMAELVNH _m. t H ALF-' , we willsell. in front of the premmilss, the half of LOT 4. SQUA E5M, Frontinjr 30.3 eet on the north side of M street by depth o 108.84fet. Ala theeasternhalfiof LOT 44 AZ IRE 51:4, Frentiner 10.3 feet on IE E STREET (00 feet wide) by depth of 10K.K% feet. Theelots am splendidly situsted for buildlnr and Ins noad section of the city: streets concreted, pave Termas One-third ca, balncM Inone and two years, notesto bear 6per cent luterest. payable semi-anni ally, and secured by deed of trnst onl iromises or all cas51, at option of pur-haser. IConv!-anltuir, &e., at cost of purchaser. A deoesit of $2t) reqml:d an eah lot at tihe of ale. Teras to ie coinlied with in fiteen days, otherwise rirht reserved to resell, at rsk andeostof defapltinar ourchase-, aft nye days' ad vertisement of Auh resale in same niewspaor iub, h o,,I Was'ain,ton, D. C. Ashford's certiahcate of title shown. uydktlds DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. WTHE ABOVE SALE 14 PORTPONED ON AC eromiut of the rain n ONDAY MAY bIXTEENTH, ILW2. at H ALF-eA.rs v)UR P. -4i. Wiy12-d&ds a DUNCANSON BROS. _Aucts. D UNCANSON BROS.. Aucts., 1th k D sfs. n.u. TRUSTEES' SALE OF ENTIVlE CONTENTS, RANGES STOVES FURNACElt HEATERts. RADIAT R9, CASTINGS, iFAsfitrl c. c. CONTAI ED IN PREMIMES OF C. G. BA L $ SON 1:117 E STILEET NOTlHWEST. On WEDNESDAY MORtNINO MAY EIGHT EENTH, nomnwint at TEN O'CLOCK. w' will sell within store 13: E STREET N.W., oe-nuied by C. 0. lull & lon, the enute contents orsnari lmnrz part Clulison Rangp a. e HealaersH . B ela Ii n me , rates, Our FavoritIe tange, Soves. Provident Ranres, Furnaces. Excelsior Ra.'ne"s, Radiatora, A meri:-us RAnge .s Rllsters. 28 A-csl. Coppor 'Fanks with spig'tots, for coffee ad tea: 4 -'. Galvanized Tanks with spitrota.for saap: 4 >ooden CIsats, galvanized, for plates al Castings. Pipes, Bricks. Wire, Urinals. Summer Pieces, Veatilators. Latrobe Fraies. Ac., k..*to e hwith a quantity of material usually found Lsuch an eatablislunent. Terms cash. GEO. W. COCHRAN, WM. J. MILLER. , Trustees. my12-d DUNCAN8ON BROS.,_Aucts. T HOXAS DOWLING & MON. Aucts.. Ul2East. n.w. ENTIRE CONTENTS OF RESIDENCE (M! FIFTH STREET NORTHWEST, NEAR THE PENdIoN AT AUCTION. ON MONDAY. MAY SIXtEENTH 112 AT TEN CLOCK A.M WE WILL ELL At RESIDENCE. FIF TH STitEET NORTHWEKT. A 'dISCELLA NEOUS COLLECClION OF HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE IN QOOD CONDI lION. IN WHICH WILL lE FOUND One Gsehie's H.iuare Pi'mn, Pa-lor satite in cherry, un hotme.d in "lush, of sx pas.'es: Paricr P:t'n'two in odd pueces. Chiainer Furniture in i, ry as,. wsanut and ot: Suites and hiJ.l Pie.es; sind Bedst'ads. wit W.W priq.n l andsattresie. t., fit:; Wardro'.s, Mattressi . .. Sprinl. H-uron Wv,,tAn. Toilet Ware. Lace CnrtfaUs. one Fo41n4 B.I. witdi tnatters: WIckr and other ho-kers. U au it Extan skin Taiole. Diem'r Chairs, Croitery sal th.aws Ware. Kitfhen Tao'es, Cookizg UtenftLe, &c.; B-ussi. suil Invrain C'rpets. Stoy.n-' t uo. itAr an I H1i41 Cai l=la -41ti-s akii'lWigl urin*t oeean( d attend this e du. yin; to huoosekepmin THOMAS DOWLINO J 90N. myll4t Amr-tioneers. UNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY FRAME DWEL-ING N. 4d 0 STEEET NORTHWEST. By % 1r.u. of a deI of trust duly re"ordmd in l , r No. 14r2. at folio 447 et sz. 4.u - .of the land re', ri of the tst-lfet of Coktuaimpa. we wi'd a '4, In tri:rt "t 1l1i premis-s. on MNiDAY. the T, EleTV-THIl DSA' OF MAY', 186f. at FIVE O'CLOC:l P'.Mli. ,, 'ir wina d a 1ie land an . nes sm'i a nd In:nbla, and known ant dlssmujushed as the was ntw'n t'eet iour and tLyre'- luisrer naches (l5 feet 4% in'-hts) front by the fuml de-trn thereof of o.-iin ml l.,, Ift.'e: (15) In stuare nye lit.nbted andt twelve (-M1), -orther with she rovemna. ways, eents, 1n !i.ror in an' wise aperalw'. Tleraus: One-. hl.11 c'as, bmalance In equal install mints at one and two year, nut, a to bear El per cent iter. ii payable sni-annu-mdly and to be see'med .y deed of lii on t'.enlsrs. or all cash, at option ofl lur c'haser. A deposit of SF10 required al since of se~e. comphed it NIn$ ien days lhc e,.hears 'u re serve the rhrnit to resell tas pioperty at the risk and er at of the dlefaults purcbaser, alter Ave days aidver ns'ea oisch reaeIn somae newspaeper published JOSEPH R. EDSON. T my4-wkstda CHAE. B. BAILEY.. rutees. DoC4NSO* EROS-- Auct---*Oh ans) t-- n-w TRTEER' SALE OF VALU1ABLE IMPROVED PRlOPERT - SITUATE ON'- HE 80UTF. SIDE OF CORCOkty STREET R'TWEENJ SEVEN EN-l'l A~I EIGHTEENTH STREErM By virtue of a certain deed of trust to be. asrin-r date Ortober5, A. D. Ilml, and duly-record'-din Liber 1818. folio 14(1 et se., onae of the lad records of the Dli etColunabia, and at the requst of the "arties seare fthere we will sel at e-'. aucinn TEENTH PA OF MAY, 1)151 at H PF-PAlT FOUR Sitinf in thne e'it of Wain D. hticof Colum biajaand beinmr lotnma r J01in souare nitubered Im,. and fro 1-100 feet en Oo~eor'n. street ba dept of fetlos 15-foot alley together brick dwell.rr kon o. 114orrs tet Tar us ofa : One-i of the purhase nmney to be paid In cash. baneto ha divistaito tw,, equal payanents, palein onesad two yeas.s i deferred paytnentawbo interest at the rate aOper cent cue b ee ftri anthe pr~ y sod so l cash, a chms epin A dpuuat of *5-Jwai he IEUG tensofsm hIoafsalew othrwse o~ir ~ hea tqTegt prerty ha the -et a and melaltn stet ftet 3 assum emm - n nt u AUCTION naLLe sevenso OaF AT ST. ABAPE. TEN MINUTE WALE raOm T CNTM OF AIKANDIA. ON MONDAT. MAY uEmeETE AND TUNSDAY. saTETETE. AT TWO O'cliOK P. . FOR 1330035 DOING BU51nrme IN ET11 WA INGTON 0R AT-.E ANDRIA IT IS AN OPIOBTUNITT RAELY -OF' EID. AS 113 WUIL. 39 BOLD LOW AND ON 3MALL CASE PAYMENT AND SMATL. MONT3LLy PAy. MENTS. IT 13 ONLY FITEN MINUTES FBOM WABhINGTON By WASHINGTON AND AL3KANBDIA 3ArrLnAD AND 30 FEET FO TEE STATION; TRAINS STOP EITHER WAY ALMOST EVERT DOUR. MOST DEIRAarE rOR CLERES 03 PERSONS OF SMALL MEANS. TRAIN WILL LEAVE ON DAY OP SALE AT 1 O'COCK P. X. AND TO PURCHASERS TICKETS WILL BE FURNISRED TEE AND RETURN ON APPLICATION TO W. H. DEMPSEY. REAL ESTATE BROKER. 1424 NEW YORK AVENUE. WAS= INGTON. D. C. n . IUNCANSON BROS.. Autconeem. EXECUTRIX SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE (SUITABLE FOR SUBDIVISION) IN TENALLYTOWN D.C ON TEE MAN HHRO a FE* CALLED CVILLE U N 1K ). ELECTRIf CARS PASS IN FMONT OF EACR PIECE 0 PROBERTY. By virtue of the lost will sad testament of Samuel Queen. late of the District of Coluias, deceased. ro 4odned nthe oice of the Resister of WIlls of the said District. In Will Book No. '2. folio 181. 1 will ofer for sale at public au-tion. in front of the respective 'rein Ies, the following described real estate(sll sit In the county of Wahincton. Dieirict of Columbia). at the tiues hereinafter specified. to wit: On WEDNESDAY the EIGHTEENTE DAY OF 'MAY. A. D. 110-. kOUR t4) O'CIACK P. M.. all that certain piece o- parcel of lan-1 lyint and leinT in the county and District afore.id. i-n-r part of a trt of land called "Frieniship." containar ar-S. 2 roods and 17 perches of lad. more or less. bein the Maie property which was conveyed to Samuel W. Queen by Iesac Marshall by leeds dated Msy 30. A. D. I). an April 14. 1SM. and recorded in the land records of said District of Colunbia In Liber No. 48t. foli tI., and Liber .-A. at folio 402. to which refer ence Is hereby had anl made ; niroved ya fram dwellaatr house. barn and outluilding. Ties p erty has a front on Ro.kville turnpike and c ivet road just north of interse:tion of sakdroads at Temally town. I). C. And on the same day at HALF-PAST FOUR (4:30) O'CLOCK P. M. I will ofer for sale the followimor descrited prolrty. to wit: All that plece er paree of ground l-ing and being in the county o. Washington and Districtof Colunbis. and being an Aher part of a tract of land called FrIeadshi." containing etirht acres. more or less. exceptanir, aowever. therefrou about one-half an acre which was conveyed by said Sanuel W. Queen in his lifetime to Annie C. Patton by deed recorded in the same records in Liter No. 10:i, at folio 210. being the same property whk-h was conveyed to the said Samuel W. Quen by Jonathan Buckanan deed re corded lathe sarne recerds in Liter No. 'at folio 1). to which reference is hereby had imda ia. This we rI-has a front on lockville turnpike and also (n rod, near interaction of said roads at Temaiy town, D. C. All of the above described prey beinr a portion of the real estate of which the w Samuel Queen died seled ad possessed. Terms of % de for each of the pieces of property: One-third (%, of the purchase money in cash. one third( ()6 ion.year and on-third t%) in two years from the day of sale. or all cash. at ne option of the purchaser. Deferted layments to be seureal ty deed of trust upon tb real estate soid. sa: to draw interent atilpercentun perantnun. Five buindred S."io) dollars will be required of the vurcha-sr on each of said pieces or parcels of irround sold at the time of the a de of the saim,. and if the gnrcbaer o. purchasers Khall fail to comply with the wrms of sale within ten days after said sale the undersigned reserves the righ& to resell at the risk and cost of the defaultinT pur rhastr. All cotveyancing and r-onlinir at the pur chas r's cost. ANN W. QUEEN. Ex cutrix nuder the last will end testament of Samuel 4ueen. d'ce-sd. For further Infornation and plat of above pieces of property inquire of CHAPIN BiOWN Attorne- for Exe-utI mydd&ds No. 23 4% at. n. w.. 'ashington. D.C. DUNCA NSON BROS., A-ts.. 9th and D s. n.w. PEREMPTORY SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING L01T ON N STHEET BETWEEN TWENTY FIltST AND TWENT% ItECOND HTREETS N:IRTHWEST. FRit iNTINtI TWENTY -TWO FEET ON N STREEt' BY A DEPTH OF ONE HUN DIED FEET. wIrH FIFTEEN-FiPOT SIDE ALL.EY. On THURSDAY. MAY NINETEENTH, 18W. AT HALF-PAST FIVE O CLOCK P.M. we will sell, in tront of the premis's. art of oriainai LOT 14. SQUAiLE 70. A rapily adranling axilon of the northwest end a An- tmildintr lot. Te-,s of sale: On'thIrd cash the balance in one Sa. iwo years. with interest at 9 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. and sacured by deed of trust on the- prolpe'ty sold, or all cash, at the option of pur chaser. A deposit of 2.100 required at time of male. Allconverancinng and recorlini at cost of thenur chaser. ttmyd3-dkdMl DUNCANSON Bdo'.. Ac R ATCLIFFE. DARE CO.. Auctwi rsa. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED BEAL ESTATE ON MISSOURI AVENUE BE TWEEN THIRD AND FOUR-AND-A-HALF STREETS NORTHWEST BY AUCFION. By yirtue of a decree of the Supr-me Court of the D.smet of Coltnbi.. paised on the *1st day of No vember. A. D. 1t01. in etiuity cause I-t.docket * wherein Susie 0. White is complainant an I Saauel L' Phi llt-s et Ml. are defn-lants. the undesigned trust ees will offer for sale ny u na'ie auction. In front of th. leaa, -s. on WEbN ESDAY. the EIGITEENTH DAY OF MAY. 111". at IIALF-PAHT FOUR O'CIMCK P.M.. all thOse pitcs or pareels of lanad lylne a-l rinr In the city of Weshinitton. in the District of C - linbia, known as the westernmost tw -sty-fre tt5) feet of lot nnuimbered six (-it and the est half of lot i~unabe-d eaveni (7) In e anare or reservation lettered A," herinniny for said parts of lots at a ptinton Mssmurl avenue distant twe'nty-four feet and six in'hs e,24 ft. i in.) cast fn.." the weit line of sald lo, s'ceu (7) SSu the east lin - of a tw'nty Chit foot ailey. t I'. dd poin of bulinniner beir the center of the front line of said lot seven (' an I runnine thence n.rtherly au at right aues.A with Mitmamr, avenne in allis' parallel with ncidi alley on- handred and live feet anl four inches 107b ft. 4 fin.); the-'e westerlv psrallal to Miss mrd avenue two feet and two inches in tiw.nce nortinlrty witia add alley twenty two feet an1 two Ini. - (-' ft. rnd '2 in. I to a puoiic al-y ; then.- ..etely with the line of said alley fifty one feet and eli h it ees (1 ft. and 8 in. 1; thene em'herly In a lin. "'t. with the dret line and at rirlttan-rl awwith Aflsari avenu cne hundred and twenty-s'v en iSt en i dv' inches (1'17 ft. and -in. I to said avtyn ie. :nt tiene wesre-y with said avenue forty-,ne re--t and six inches (49-t. and (0 in.) to the place of t-Inninc. T-ust of ait cc pr-scribed by the utecree are: Osnse thilen a"i'' ta i1.a;ane i two equal Installments.py aliat.a oe (I) an (two ('!I yeaot trom the tiate of sale. with intero.t at ite rate of six (ts) ler cent per annumn. iso'ired t'y deed wt trust npon atie ;Iremies sold, or all Iash, at toe o Aliqm o! the parclhasar. A depondit of 'O to t ittf wuen the promerty In struck of. Tecnas lobe contplied wtth in fiftee-n day fromu the daIy of s de, or the trit lee reserves the right to resell at the riat' and cost of defa'ultin taurc'has'r. All corn van-n.recordtin -. A.. a' cost of the purchaser. C. A. D'.ANDENDURO. Tria,,e, d12i5tha nt w. DUNCANSON BROS., Anera.. ccr. 9th & Detesa~w. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON ItiAD) STitEET BII WEEN WASHINGTON (,0 h) STREE T AND CON4ittESS (41.1t)8TREET (I51PROVED By L ABGE BRICK DWELLING) WEST WAitHINOTOJN, D. C.* Bly vlr-uc of ul-id of trust, duly recorded in IdAr No. 1.111. folio :lii et a~sq.. one of the land records of the Die riet of Ca~u ,.bia. w a will sell Ia front of the prass nTUESDAa. HE TWENrf-FOURTH DAY F AA D. 19 AT H ALF PAST POUR O'CLOCK P. Ii., all the faiwlnt deucrihed real es tate awl1 premises situste. lyinr and Iti-rin the city of Gleorartown. in the Dlsrlet of Columbia. knowa and dent-;nated as all that lot In Beall's additlion to said Gesoriretown dscr1ied as tollows: Beslaming for the same at te northwest corner of the property tormnerls belon -iny to John Carter ad afterard to H.nry D. Cooke on Road street ant tunning these west with said Road street one Lundrced and saty nine (179t) feet. na re or' lesa, to a fouteen 1)~e salky, tLien'e southerly win the est line of aale and with the .aroaeray forenerly belon.ring to ul nun Darby and afterward to Eobert P. Dadve ob property tormerly belon2'iny to John E. Carter e east with thte north line ol the Pruperty of sait Carter and the property formaerly baelonginar to Jahn h~de Snsi'h to the west line Ut the lverty of said D). Caske and thene with said IL about two hante and ten ('Ii)) feet to the beginning. together' with all sad etazular the lauwvemente.ws. smaaesn, [i'his, privilews ant appuaennsato the sms be on f otIn 55 Ws apetlinm. T?ermusof asl: i~nofpuc.ssmney n e balance in e imua = an at one adtwyas noise to be Ifvnbeaning 6r esat itset fo a of sale.plal snd-samual. and to he mutaed b desd ofewi n twiie d or all eush, at optiro rucer. A itof 60) neired at timme of miais. bWh wbisscoit. Taesle to he conls ihI i~s asfrom day fe. Kropetty at terise ad end of the dalaliug pt diaser. after Ir daedverthesementofsh t inh mm naamaerpuladnWmdington., D. C. myMS ..BATS..zsi.. . I DuMII.SO. nts a AUMON Saim & U81111 AYDA CL" ...=0. rA AI. 8W OS .2 E. my Agls Tit VAI O ALU ITAU4 . 01 it tuebct -- of- DA OX.d d.. ffeeerd. and. Dair low .mdr" "J' ftin el w4. o t. al the Dnts"t th. ma aofb vz an in ism t4315 the fro 21mot of th. eh ofL the mamb% - n 4 MON. Mn af te Tache A th Aa, Dri t Iro inront bc a htome% oN thoe stry An ; WI V TOR ie aInmnge III Ro pS erh..or. Cnert . 2T2eering2 One- othe soma hale noe KM=dtw aith' Ill , t ohde . a omme he the. 1or .n et riPcT 2"600% O'ITt1 Re a .wo required at tif o 1m t fthe Wenim of ae a hot me With IN am 4 1sat the trustees esere o to as risk and cost of desfanttn, purrhme. comvewingw mai record Ing at "n Zt wheae. RICHADu W. TLER, OBRT G. RT E R " *D. *"N 2-1 7 F t. m I.. TrE TERMS OF SALE OF TEE BOVE MEI maiued oft a i r bee cBsed with. the mai e be rmol L at aW. oaiet t.e di TWaltinaasv. Rn TU OFDAT MA N TW-;NTY. T IT.C URALF.IAST FLE ORCIAW P in frost of apreu h dept h at the lot Ifeet2ncheum ntead of 140 feet 2t hao,asoer. roNmoam mvertivea aovu. Tot and coaditisin at Nm antlometd in above advertiseesee. by vedes t D.ORD ROBERTW. 11 Fit. a. . _my0-ddg__lS.'t.. a kATCIFRF -DAR. ACO..Aurs. o-9. rRUSTE1I?W SALE or %-ALrA5L. IMPUVED BUSINESS PROPRT BEING NTOUROAND STORE NO. 708 KKVE*TK STREET NORTH. WEST. Taof a der of the SwmeOn o . the LD. of C-lUNAtI&. mused on the 1d day 41v Mate s cuu:$7 ndr 1 ' . mron a &I we DA. TW)'F1TMIj"A A r AY arge ET NISLIC AUCTION AT FI E LOC r M to front of the .0~m the month, tweisty feet*;aa leven nchesby a i csventy fet ug uiptial "o roaten (14.n ure. num - bvj touw husare ad *wenty-nine (429). in the city 4t Washlagga, D. C.. 1gn.woAed by a t.A(NtDy to bug Termns o ale mm pree-ribed by the dmee are. One third gvtamil maw fae* lke two equal hatallnem payable in one mdtwo emgfroma the dqof male., or iLU Cast- at the otof 0 the 1,a~ The deferredl payimae to berIntrs at - e 1W cant W'e unnua and to be merazyd bya ISIXORth OdAY A ofdtw defifit ot " be Eqie at the tie o . Ifthe hirzzug of sale are ntcompie wth withia Afteen doym rowi day of male the ratesr-ere the rieht tW r~cIl ;be I""-ert at the riak and .'oet of the efatin jir ,her after liEe days, adt-rtiment aL srebale in le Newspaper rublmlaed ta Wasibnutea. D. C. All '1a n nd recordlngatthe cma 4W the pr WM. HA . A SOLER I 4-0n U....t. .W. J.A. MAEDKL. 1zm SMYIO-bt 4165thli at. wI LATIMER k SWAN. Antiome. 14070 i.. ALE BTA-CTIONOF WELL T HOUEHLD FIrTITRE, EMBRACING IN PARW PLUSHf PARIM SUITE, ELEGANT MINMOE FRONT CABINET BEDSTEAD. LACE HANt INEGO AND POLES. FANCY CHAIRS COUCHES AND LA)TrN(IE)4W AITND RSTIR CARD INGRAIN CARP -. .ALL aty TI ErAR PETS. MARBLE-TOP TABLES. TOILET WARE. SMALL MIKROR14 WALNtTT AND ANN CHAM BER HtLTTEN WIku SPRING MATTRES~at. FEATH ER PtIAWH AND BOIATC11 RED DING CHAMBERI FVRNITVREJ IN ERRATE P[ECtS SERVANTS' FtURNITUE., DINI NG IROOmM 'rKNITUREW(INCLUD)INtG EiTENIoN TABLEr;SIDEBOARD AND CHAIR~j. REFIG ER .II KITCHEN RZ CIFITEX lA To.hIaold at puile actin on MO1IDjY MAT UnXTEENTH1I' cosanrceh..gat TEN OhCi..of. at readere. t=7 ijaremt mavel the Thin "Iur"it"re IN IN Noo condition ad ukue"d cumm lime attent~on of Imeiestuiainhj KYl0"#dim__ Aurtmre. RATCLIF. DARK & CO.. Aat0SPama. EXTENSIVEC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD rFuRNITVRE AND EFDCTiG BEING THE ENTIRE CON TENTS OF SMITH'S HOTEL AND DINING 11018M EAY ST.E . I-T-2..W IART..A. beD MONDAY MAY SIXTEENTH JIM AT VUE 0(1.001L A.MK. THIS MOUAt. WElc I PLETE. EMBRACES IN"PA*TNOLfu OAK. fSH AND C.TTAE 9 huTSAND MAT 9ER1, WARDROBES DESK 3A %(MBERUR LARGE RA em I GALVANIELD &V OM a -ABLE. 1 IRON SAFE. LOT DIi TAE FABLE AND ,ED LINENS TABLE d.IT. ICE BOXES EAST CiA.. DINING CHAIR. LSOCEERT AND BL r AR.LTED WARE. hOOLRS MT RCES URTANS.SHADES. KENTOF SCH EFECS WRALLY FUND IN mYIO-d ATCL*Jk U'DARE&C. Aimmm LATIE & SLOAN. Auetm. ldrasit items et. LOT II. ISQUARE 41 LOCATED ON TUE WEST SIDEO FTWEftV-THED STREET BETWEENA B AND I STRETS. NEAR WASHIN1TO CIRCLE. ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. MAY EGHT. [CENTE. hIRL at FIVE 0CLO)CE. in fro or the plreoe. We 161411 mal lirk square 41. locaind *W e at O'de (i TuWaay~lir teet between H m=d1 gt:weeta rlWashingoncirl. Thin lot ima cades. rnizl37in @Wt ausd wilI he Smd with3vt awerym. Teci of ale: $ 100 in aokl ad thme baham Itoe uo and three yasMl with mules bpau talatit mIA attired by- a deed of tr aon thepeouty.& mold. i AUCTION SALt _AT. 0 Vs.. L .e .ell S r . a lt.i t.. w . L - ----t" we jft s -i f -kj s Goo -y,-0. With - ss *aig-mI be ae -iiu at-3 yW-. b e.ls.. PROPOSAR MP.Aa FOR DRTAG ANDgje bt. 1. c.. M ay l?. uW2! sto psvqsm i a~ C86 Will bp WTod at Shia fte O.IAUD. A M. L A A M ONDA. 3191 INK'_ sad thee 0qW4esi for ihadliw baliur ' a Err. an n"---|ll ofnwl ta'. bp. A.leo Q .eeren ~ -. se/ Id n.sa. . to the infe t stt odts h hde,.ten, of h...ar, . wilt be, fuabobd. 4l.anae.0 to this n l ed ri - 66 INs TiEENTEa. 1. it. A.r fer.t Qmtrmaas.. dar JLR04WSINMB 411*AWUI1a AlitTU y11a c..-Kim ofd w t ad ( N wae P.C. t ~i wK a w iwl a ds w" 4112 AIA~U KAIt TLWEY 5 i~ Waa NEm r~ sd~fde f Tr. 114.t W fwai meil oor m sdW ors sh' w.. et g. TI (104te a.t. tie ... .I.. vle tbt. forms l 7..t.. .. f. a1wqvw.:h t. - . J. mmd ?"'611a for all the lab"r an. hg - r e144 OU4 Pit excavatian d Itith, fa or mala 6.7 UIh-dM Ntatin pok oabs., tueilaba 'tor ,Z. . the o ' , of the - fitoflo. D. C. "-k hid m h sf'u us by a outteed,-" 4rkw ac a Mtk .1 ~ ofthe movut ccGruco .,n~il --- .1 - sa,~ ~ ~~~1 vre tolfrmm~I i ma 4V o or Won at v w"d afte the timeo =tated wiU eetegat t:d146m. Proposals aw am w.Emg :W". .Ph.$a Gwi TiEb 4 Raiio aw cts or Oeusm, ikr the t1 l..s.'sa.-.d. 0to.." UEc . m Em4. "s .-- C Tth a6 TWZLVE r, 0CK t TEEBTE, 1"62. for tm5Aitms erinew Awal yvw brwnak I L oor -5 Uitwo th Sr1ow o wusre rs. e .arc. otwud at I Wes'ck p. UL; .w solo M4a ~~se pun-has., of ws ~r F a t!.ort . a . td il &fcft in sane. 11646beamr olr that aocmaaris w-ll Is. ms ad o "~e ti adva'tlamep moo Otmwws makt-6 sa a="roswiatam~ wicslopheeuls callidmrA fo c.J(ssd Nhssilr wilt hep for .. . i. meum to i ,v~. at Awr.3ibmy. M.l KUBiosusy. DILPOAL8 "O STATIOERT.:7VAnA -l Alaa *1opy Dhfit.a. Wolssrs.g dljy A 1162. -4iasa smugsosales n dotlai %6 h j aw attissobte 1mqN . . MAI MAY NvExTEKIrm-5I. 1w a fmuiw isp U7I'The Ww a'otoe 6" If aae qit~us~ 11cw OR 11,1111 tha t a vu. Wonm wgwu*. 11"nam now or formal secieamy hid b" hs iat jmat ws I- -_j6es~g~~ If theafte~ th e ebl Sa Weills ....r W drned teM 9 spend of vp POMAC.- RIVER DOATS. sV.51-lK. U.a4! URADADMIn. )L!IN~T Van-WIN. ftM wtbslo Use w alumxa w Oshame CEAULas KACA83UB sul bow, b bfOB toot 7b L suuo. elen eladag. at to. a.p.m qt durhe rotmw at 3 p. sa.a &171-4=6011.um ai~ to the mow"amd anthe (lsriv nauerh~ Z= .4 aw Iaa aat Ita. us. "adt p.: P. Wis~sdg z '4vs ls. Ftak 9111111101 beiib@ - -- sitte emu 25c..~S