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TUB EPMPAL COMTENTION.
Ueetaese Team.ed at the ARear'.em Ab Evetag neastema. At the afternoon session of the Epieepal e, watst of the diocese o Maryland yesterdai Or. T. . Bincom of Frederick county eebmitted a reseintion which stated that the Peace Me hith of Christians everrywbere in much dip karbed and their duty hindered by new dee riames as to the Holy Scriptures. and that thm emunie here assembled amures all its peopi that no recent study or reasoning of men h ehanged or can change the meisnuetholiN wuth that all the Holy lIible in the word of Gel bat it coutains so false history or mythoingf mad that the danger of the times la Dt thai own wil believe te, much the Holy Scriptures, but that men by each faloe teachings and otbei de- s will not believe enough in the word ol led. A lengthy diseassion seemed imminent. bul mishop Paret avoided it by asking unamioem coeaent that a rewolutk should be submdtted by the chair. Thia was granted. and his reo lition stated that as the olemwtrinee and faith of the church are fuly set forth in its standardf med trechings. it weld be undesirable because ot lack of time to discra them at this time, and that Dr. Baeon's resolutio be indefinitely pot This was a ed with but .me d-=e voice. that of Dr. om. petition from Calvary parish. this eity, 1hing admission to the convention was re terred to committees. Tuu nsuop's annozanaru=a. Rev. Dr. RandIph McKin moved that 70 gpmiss of Bishop Paret's addres be published for distribuon. Thi was adopted. That pertlie of the sadres referring to the pastoral relations between clergymen and their vestrice was referred to a special committee. Rev. A. C. Powell ngered the resolution for this and . a committee to be composed of the minister and a layman. This Dr. EDlott amended. suggesting two ministers and toe laymen with the bishop. At the suggestion of Dr.' pureen. Bishop Paret was requeteel to sat a minister and a aynman to act with the as a committee in securing the coasoh datiom of the College of St. James with the War~ekl College projet. Dr. Randolph e 'im moved that a special aemmittee of three clergymen, three laymen ad the biahop be appointed to consider the tment of a secretary for the bishop. Sreport on Episcopal library was read by CharleeK. Wyatt. that on levotious by Skip with Wilmer and that .1n church charities by thenil X. ThaEs. .uT or courrzRas. Ep Paret appointed the following cok mittee: Righte of clergymen to seate-Reva. Alfred E. H. lagILHHobart I , mith. Eketis-Wllism D. Baldwin, Daniel U. Thours. B. Onderdosh. Canome md other businees-Revs. W. . Southgate. T. G. Addims. IL H. Paine, Messrs. C. M. Matthews and E. S. Rich. Aeromate-Lioyd Lowudes, F. A. Ptling, W. 1. Cabel. Parechiil cntrbUtlome-George F. Daweon, W. I. Difeuderfer, J. I. Bevesade'. Adaminsm of new parishes and coagrae Ganw-Reva. L3. Townsend. A. C. Powel, C. Re. Msrms. C. W. dm, H. C. Whiting. leate at the church-Rev. W. I. Dame, W. 4. fbtvmpert, W. H. Painter. sems. W. A. Mainy, Dr. IL W. Trs and S. W. sloy. Damatis-pwithWilmer, Dr. J. P.Tho, 3. . Peer, .. Marin and D. L. BMee. mesead-.ew. W. C. Clepp, Zem. I. F. enps.e C. E. Wyatt. Tma smare .mow. A esmm ueu held JoS evenIlg, which wae deelled to the @mbisct of mWaeM. Maar afee "am easrne.ty the ra itse.s eisting betas e, --m- en miime aman the MA the the is --imy fr Ir W the sermy ms them. Me dseribed how the inedbis temeseein the a- af ON m tha~ a c-aammise be p to inte the (nna== da re port at the es sm eemmene. po s oM"Ue em --a surn DID.. The wpoet GO the --M --" M IMMIses was omittled by Rev. Dr. OrnhrM of Darsey, mes4ed esemV, Md. It expremed regret for As doae of 3ev. Dr. 'he. Sesea, a umber et the---- , toI Proriateterme. 0The m..s am at the may meet fg *1W famMbeen fi for disld and M wIsergywhik aeustswa 2 di *w to tmT o emrai rom eW in eSU. Tue amens were added to be mt of bemeei -me fr 0M and the aer for .U. Ome death eeasurred drtg the yeaw. ming es mar et recipien at the has n. The receipt w the flad adey nes , - I of ..e ms. , er, ....";l. re..ipt., as Te dieem wei: To bans Sa 41-11p11 ses, W J2, baimes on w= mout WaS OerM. ApaepW tm aWee made by the .. ta-. at lb mee in ty-two dirast pheo, be..sme seme: il in the eeemasiin of Ammapef, twelve in tSt of Baltimere, ele in the C..bar.ad emeveastim and dAuetem in O ceuesmaism of Washingtse. The itol ap tam asted to e14,11 The re for is branch ofthe work we. From and eangreestfms. 0321enM; en so eDont st prevismi year, .S.UWIT; ham aBi. sem of chureh eharIties. 6215.57: h.hu=e en head, 61SO.1; from other saesee. SOL49 total. 012.491. The committee disbarsed in salarise 611,25.M and in espmse M g3M31 There ware Afty-three parishes that had hesn assemsd O1,5T that eestributsd nothing, and serty-mIme prhe' delinguent in part, inking a total of l1.74.9B that was not pialitoe the - m i am- y fund. The eene oaiudes with several reshoa tioaw hwere disemsed at length and Smelly adopted. The bet ot tess was that 612.1W0 be apprpitdfor pasteral aid. This was amnended b lhP hret se astomahethe appropriatiomn1.S The ----'--- ma assepted without oppesia. acu vanam mesr no rre noe. The snd resltiam was to the ebeet ta eneh pshaccepts as a duty the work of -mmn that pwrie et the appropristion as siged to it. Rev. Dr. Steele and .thre M~1cKimeanDr. Gmrl vored iti bafmbih in pay it apportiemment the -m should be redased. Two other recome memehaies et aa u==e-inat character wers aise adptd The reporti et the ----na-- e. religiam harae emle attentiom to the fact that ts werk was seriemly impeded by a lack of funds, a wa tharefore agreed to appropstate 61,s11 se the com---ee's use. The e~esageemniteesware appainted be~ Pharet: o confer with a lihe co=mittae bem u-- of as m rdnthe rain. tisms of rectors ngd vastries. Bishop PaeRev. A. c. Powell, Mr. C. N. Natthew. and Mr. S WarS R..a-n:l em the app-itm,et fa das.. m ,rtr Rev. Dr. Ulm Rev. Dr. Ecelsaso Mr . Penew, Them Armstrong ad Dr. Ree=0 m ae. inuEMu OF GRAmmT woumaama 3 te a Ut. Weak of the naa -a Trades. The griat abrbe in the gramie trade ban h New York em MNeday promptly em tim. The a-m eset in tbet city wee pentiey Is bring to a etean all building epeeraties with a mesmee e et mar.e far-reeching effets Mam ethe made will undoubtedly be aN~e emse If the trne is protracted. SBiring semitbs were sent est at daybreakh by the emeestve cemttee with orders to invetigati eey jeh, me saatter hew ameS, in the city, -n fsinge etone se mbe feadn to ese fkem be blashlated gearres in order est eve emeweher em the hbiig. A Suet et fuly mehned am he hebee.hargie ae musbi i nee up in the wherwee 6ham of th emminge they weald hae to pay while eiL oftegrnittcetsswaes hoeed ofetan that is 6c4intheSB an in every ease where it eamee Seth in te eemhinatiea narkmen .5 be unlas toin un t. The oain f th Badn Trades' Unlshve mte em and deriek -e to be eme si hmin New York and ethic ede iere and otIe AsU Mbe,~ The seng is report of enalag ae game et the Reliese .md Ohio sesmas al Aspam, u em -e with ApeB, 35 ( I nam ap-a--a Ase, 3teere h becomme COULDN'T BONCI TMERM n1T. [UThe aenste Ntt O"saey oitembut N"at She Might Time. BOW TUR CLe erAUa. nte. t. 6 7OL'New York.. 1 t.ls 14. 11 1. Iiabs... H 2-I l 14i 10 11i Dactim 11 4.e 3 70;fL9.a 11 d'm 1 L Imaisin- &;aitimwme..l a 1.:0 MAXhOrD rtWrX ON TR DAI TRAM. A reporter of Tax STAIR met Manager Irwin and the Wages in the Washington Hotel shortly after the disastrons defeat of tile Sen ators yesterday in Philadelphia and had quite a talk over base ball matters. Irwin said: "The club never was in bettershpante utmostbarmony exista among the member. We are week at third bs and ahort stop and in a little while I hope to strengthen both pool tie.s by the engagement of a well-known third baseman. In fact. negotiations are now pend iag. Yo see, a weak man at third necessarily weakens short, for the latter tries to outdo him self and cover the third baseman's ground. Dowd. in my opinion, is a good man, but of late bee develop a great weakness on ground balls. I intend, however. to piece him at short for the presnt and keep little Ulrich at third at loant until the new man is secured." "I have been trying to tell Irwin and my brother George." put in Mr. Earle Wagner, "that Ulrich is a Phenomenon. I feel oura that If he is given a trial my words will come true. He is as lively as a cat and handles hot ground era with the ease of an old-timer." "As far as our pitchers are concerned." re samed Manager Irwin, "we areai rl "t. They are a good lot of men. We released Dolan this evening. He isa good pitcher, but his indoleat manner bs a bad effect on the rest of the team, and they seemingly go to sleep when he is In the box. "Donovan is improving every day, and In his new position In right garden will win new laurels. He is batting well and alding as well as any man in the business. Hoy has also Im proved, and there will be no change In center ield at present. "Paul Radford sprained his ankle Tuesday and will lay off until is mends. In the mean time, as I have already said, Dowd will cover short. "Ian't understand how it isthe - of W on are so down on me," wOidfwin, addre Tln A ruaT., man. "Whenever I have been connected with base ball in the capi tal city I have always done my utmost to further the club's interest. This newspaper criticism is unjust. Why, I gave up a better pce here in 'delphis to manage the Wash ington club. simply because of thi-i unfavorable criactom that has eaon heaped upon me. I am determined to show the patrum of the gaek what I can do." nIiLADELPUIA, 11; waSMlrooN, . There was a notieable improvement in the Phillies' work yesterday over that of the pre vious dayand they walked into Washington with confidence. besting them by a score of 11 to 0. Notwithstanding the one-sidedunes of the score and the long lead the Phiiee early in the game too. It was interesting an the way through. being punctuated with somed hard hitting end clever bits of the Philes laid down before Knells left-and surves on Tues day, those of both Killen and Kilroy had no terro. for them, for they jumped on Killen at to start, andin two innings drove him out of the game Nat Kilroy was substituted, but Writeahopesus were in no way disconeerted by e chane, and after two Innings they be gaa on lirey as hard as on lies end kept it up for the balae of the contest. Carney cme in fora pounding, too. hut Wash i h's hard drives were mestly right at the who egerly d the u p. Ten ste hits were made him, but they were so distributed thr the nine innings s to be and g te work went far toward sebaters out, The homers in teid were divided between Alen end Richardson. The latter had the most chances, thirteen, which he aseepted without an error. anamiltead Delohanty also made .r==iog in the outfield, and 9 Um ieklan Dowd good stops end throws. Chiecge, 5; Cleveland. .-Chcago won in the ninth inning yesterday, when Cuppy was touched up for four clean singles, which netted hse ered runs. HuteMa-son made his last tain a= by driving In two ruin with a corting inte rgt Up to the ninth the sessr was a tie. Clevelnd's two rum were the resalt of a wild pitch and a disastrou throw by Kitredge to third. The Cons played a listless game up to the ninth, when braced up and got their "lamps" on the Chicago has now won eleves t t gum a inuati g; t . a-The home team loe rdaysmme by errors, Cincinnati not = eared rs. I thesecond inning the bases were GSUd by a base on bals and Gal vim's and Berbauer's errors with no one out, when flor hits, two acriaces and a couple mere errors reouted in seven unearned rum for the Claeinnetie. The Louisvills-t. Lao game scheauled for yesterday was treasferred to July 3 Boston, 6; Brooklyn, 5,-The Bostons won firoam Broohva in the eighth bnchingthree s.and two sacrife. oolys would probably have tied the scre in the ninth Iuning but for a peul= decision by Umpire Mahoney. a work, 1 Baltime, &-Both New York and Baltimore played Nbe champions yesterday. The pitehing was superb, the Selding excellent and th eneral ayin was good. The New Yorka scored th a ne the gamme on two bases on belle andl asige Irwin says hae ing to atop experimenting. Eelis now after aohrthird baseaman. How would it do to bHrdse Rtihardseon and put hima on thirde plays. very good third base. TUE D.ANGEMU COMPARTMENT CAll. Anebor gtsay et the Peste et Taneel in Eag land. Miss Ran==b Cordeek, a young woman of goedfamily,- wa~utethe ether~ day by Albert Wind.e in te comapatment of a train on the Ma==heeter, thseId and Liamnoas.hie railroad, England. When th train arrived at the East eornd station the guard noticed that the door af Mism Cordoek's cempartment was open. He went to cloe it end found the young womean half lying in the earner et the meat. Her bon net lay on the fleer. Her hair was down and she was so darned that he was obligedl to ask her three times whet was the matter before she sculd romse herslf senlently to tell hism. the then teald hima that she had been assaulted by a toll man with a heavy mustache and wearing a lhtchecked sait. The aman bed jumaped froms tetrain, she said, as it was slowing up for East Uetford. Miss Cordoek was ==d~ted by two grsto the police station, where eke gave a ful desriti eto the man. A detective and three picenwere dispatched In search of the fugitive. They found himn two hours later walking thrimgh West Retford aand took him to the station. where Miss Cordock identified him. the aid that she wae alone in the comapart ament when Windle entered and that hebea talking with her shortly before the trainrace Worhsop. She aswered only in monosylalesc at first and then not at al. At first Winde denied Miss Cordock'. ecum tie.eel declared that she "was trying Amy Fmal=-r's game." Then he refused to may enthng~til he could see a lawyer. SUbee ementy wa arm and zemanasna Eels new In the East Betfordjs Miss Cordock le and showedsm tems of breaking down severai timmes Ira her recitaL. ibe is now under edialm treat ament and hyician says will be able to p penrealad indle in court within three or fouday prbehv. Mba is described as a handsoms le d girl of medians height.' The excitement in East Retforid on acount of the emel ighand when Windse was token to jail a crowd ofmen and boys pressed eisee to the ~e as nd threatened to take him away and At turer.I Wllshis, Englal, on ~~~~Kened Del, a elergymm. of the e web sm bregt up a pe..=, ehmene ithasslitng tw eu wmen in the aempartmento ofriwytelgs Bon *e bea a d inmm ~ ~tg Eelis ameried and a ndthchru agains him have esentsd the genest e amen ease who have attended bir Disses, g3% asimpe-Dr. Masee ' st Ossee e TW bisd. i, eneenroy.d L ThendEe, Aissima Teem -rAro beebd.b~ n I d * Dee, hoc bnma I - e -ed-gmn. === ar a a.m. TRE E11sItPAL. CATURD3AL. What isbep rast Paid of as E*rptes in Mta Address. That portion of Bishop Paret's addres W fore the Episeopal eeaventao yesterday relat Ing fe the cathedraJ enterprise Is as follows: The amembers of the convention have, K amsure, already learned thata movement has been made toward the building of a cathedral at Washington. Contributions in pledges, money and land have been already received to the amount of nearly 4250.00. The valuable it for It, generously offered and accepted, has awakened some criticism. If we were looking only to immediate presat use there might be room for ques tion. But it will be some years before a eathedral at all approaching completeness can be erected and by that time, I am confident, the site which has been accepted will be in a central point for the city and the District and easily and quickly accessible frot any point. TM SIT3 CONFIRMED. 'lte competent and careful committee of bushness men with whom I took counsel were unanimous is their choice and approval, and the whole matter has since been , care fully reconsidered in the light of counter suggestions, with the result of unhesitating confirmation of the first decision. At the present stage of the enterprise it calls for no speeial action on the part of the convention. The formulation of plans for organizing, for governing, for making and the preparing of detinite plans for building must rest until the time when we may have assurance of sufficient strength to begin positive wdrk, snd committees of competent clergymen aitl laymen are quietly studying these things. All I ask now is that the Jioceesa relations of the matter should not be forgotten. It is not merely, it is not chiefly, the duty and the interest of the city of Wa a ington. ITS DocEsAW RELATIoW. It is to have diocesan relation,. to do a work for the diocese and a grand work, and the whole diocese will have place and part and Influence in it. It is to do a grand work for the church In out whole nation and for the nation itself. The wisdom and power with which other religious bodies are plant ing great institutions at the national capital ought to stimulate not only the resi dents of the city. but all who love the church and who love our land to the noblest efforts. If there are or have been preju dices against cathedrals I am eonaident they will pass away with careful anmI unprejudiced reading and study. They have been among the grandest powers for Christ in tines paut. They have been in England in times later, in some respects, mismanaged and ineftieeet. Bnt even there they are made once more a power for good, as witness St. Paul's Cathedral in London. thronged every Sunday by poor as well as rich. and having this recent Easter 20.000 worshipers from every class at its various services. The evils we may correet; taught by experi ence we may avoid some dangers. Certainly a grand church grandly supported, with its con stant round of worthy worship, open to poor and rich alike, with a body of competent and active clergy at work, must be a blessing. INS1ITUTIONs OF LEAR NINO AND MERCY. Add to this thoughts of the institutions of learning and mercy which will cluster around it and be associated with it. each helping the other. We may see the beginning. But great Institutions take generations for growing. For myself I am too near my three score and ten to hope to see much of it. I am content to io the part of mere beginning what God's Providence through a church woman's generous gift of living faith was put upon me. I had thought to explain the esthedrul idea more fully, but I could but repeat in other words what has been effetively done by others. I wish that every clergyman and every lay man would read and ponder the weighty words of Bishop Potter of New York in The Forsin, for May. and those of the Rev. Dr. Huntington in the Churchmaa of May 7, and I plead for sympathy, encourage ment and help, not for myself, but for a grand effort to further the cause of our Lord." DIMAMUS AT 31OUE CITT. Wotss Overfew Their slks and Take Many Lives. At 8 o'clock yesterday morning, or a little more than an hour after the workingmen living along the banks of the Floyd and Missouri rivers in Sioux City, Iowa, had gone to their work, a torrent of water came down the Floyd and in half an hour had risen over a large area in the city to a depth of three to ten feet. The wind was blowing a high gals and made the work of rescue by boats dangerous as well as fatiguing. It is known that about a dozen peo pie, among them four or five men, have been Irowned and the number may reach twent fve, it not being possible at this hour to con BUe all the reports. During the 16th and 17th the rafnl was extraordinarily heavy. con squently rivers were already high. It is not yet definitely known where the sudden and enormous Good which has esused this damage Domes from. At midnight at Lemars, Iowa, twenty ailes northeast of Sioux City, the water was a foot higher than during the great food which de stroyed Cherokee and Moville last June. Not a railroad centering there has moved a train this morning. Their loss is very heavy. The Union Stock Yards Company will also be great losers, as nearly all their pens went out early in the flood. Not less than seventy-five houses have been carried into the streets or into the river, and it is estimated that the foundations and contents of 500 are ruined. Nellie Westehield, Mrs. LouIse Hornet and two children are know to be lost. Word reached LSt. Louis last night that the levee on the east bank of the Mississippi river at East Carondoist, seven miles below the city, had broken ad there were thirty-five families there in danger of drowning unless assistance Is Immediately sent them. A wild rumor reached 8t. Louis about noon that the Bowsman dyke and the embankment of the Ohio and Mississipp railroad had given away and that great loeof property had re sulted. This prved to be untrue, but It was st asserted tht water had risen above the level of the Bowman dyhe and that the space to the south of It was filling with water, whack was encroaching on the railroad yards ya that vietnity. Around Madison, some three miles north of East St. Louis, considerable damage Is being dons. The break at Namoke, reported Tuesday night, is letting a great deal of water encroach on the town from the northeast, and a break In the Clover Leaf railroad track lets water int.o Venice, which backs up into an eastern part of M~disn. ? Dt.oLaTE scE33. The city of Alton has bean entirely cut off from railroad communica'Ion for twenty-four hours, and travel will not be restored ntl Fri day at least. West of St. Charles, Mo., the scene along the river is one of desolation and destrucion. Thousands upon thouads of acres of rich farm lands on both bak of the stream ane Inundated to a depth of several feet. Hundreds of farmer, have been driven freen their homes, their crops destroyed, their stock drowned and in many eses tht houses washed Into the river. At L..i..is the river extends from the Mis son Pacific track to Augusta om the opposite blufs, a dIstance of over nyve miles. Steamer, ss landing pasngr at the foet of the bluffs at Augusta, two ademe-half miles MInnd frees the shore proper. mensas nroavED awaT. About twenty-five hoeses in North IL Leaks have floated trues their fouedatmand their oenapants are camping in tents an the high Th emsnrho the river are Fromthehil inO'hltn Park rellst boats en be see haryito and ito among the needy and helpim-. ove fanmi lies in that vim have been remeed home To aid to the rghenera v dss rebbees and thiemveebgu to plgethe -aadoe houss. Over $ bae of ettomare In sal ters on the laes. D...teho.ts have been week lug all deayin water upto their meata, geatig sa en hear to reusese stse. am f es erDeem= m m. Am appeal hee bean mdeto t Eme of Espetenn gem og & Y peaping Qat ha psene m esssian of Deeming, -e under atmase er dea ser.as et Manee e has de *1 od te me i ene mbi -y en U MAGUTOWP EWO. A Ce0oned maalaes " ae aMany tems at gammA Iatsesst. OW904 t0 of 2% vestas-t mar. HAoxastowy, May 10,1 60 . frank Wheaton is a yoag colored mean amneg the darkest of his race-bet undeniably bright in scholarly atalameats. For several years he was a teacher of a eolered school in tis town, of which he is a native. Nore re ntly-during the years 13M and 1381-he attended the law school of the How ard University at Washington, and since them read law under Messrs. Al bert Small and Alfred D. Merrick, two white msembers of the bar of this county. At the present May term of court he desired to be admitted to practie, but could fnd no one to make the necessary motion. The matter has been hanging fire for the past two weeks and has aforded a theme for much comment-speclally in pobitical circles. Wheaton grasped the situs tion yesterday, and by a petition to the court, attested by a magistrate, prayed to be seat be fore the legally constituted examining board of the eourt. This was a clincher, and was promnptlyre ognized by Judge Alve, who orderedby his dorsesment that Wheaton, the petitioner, present himself to the "examining committee of the bar for examination at such time as may be fixed by them." The Court of Claims at Washington has ren dered a final award of $800 in the property claim of Rev. Victor Miller of Leltersburg, this county. It was for losses sustained during the late war. Win. E. 2demy is a young colored man, re cently of this city. He drifted out to Chicago, where he obtained employ meat as a waiter. Some days ago he robbed the safe of 01,800in money returning to Hagerstown, where he de posited a portion of the same in bank. Invest ing the remainder in an organ. addiles, har ness, clothos. Ac. A Pinkerton detective arrested Edemy, and he is now on his way back to Chi Chrry Ran is the terminus of the extetnsion of the Western Mariland railroad from Williamsport, this county, where it makes a con nection with the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. The residents of that little village have suddenly becohie excited. They think there are millions in it. Mr. Peter Schriver of that place has dis covered some quartz supposed to he gold. Hamples have been sent to an assayist and in the meantime owners of land ale advancing prices to such an extent to put to blush the usually hard-listed real estate dealer. Mountain fires, so common at this season of the year. are sweeping over the peach belt, and much damage is being done. Forty acres of land owned by Mr. John Feldman of this city and set with peach trees, the second year's growth. has been ruined. Chas. D. Knepper of Clearspring. this county, is an ex-sherif. He served in the late war and has just been granted a pension df 010 per month. Wild ducks are plentiful on the Big pool at Cherry run, this county. and gunners are kill ing large numbers of them. The proposed connection of the Cumberland Valley railroad with the Chesapeake and Ohio canal at Powell's liend is going to prove an im mortant factor in the financial success of the latter. Heretofore all the soft coal used by the railroad company and that supplied to factories and dealers along its line was transported by the Baltimore and Ohio railroad by the way of Martinsburg at a heavy expense to the con sumers. This connection will give the canal the hauling of 50.000 tons of coal each season. Extensive wharves will be built, the work on which wil be commenced at once. Mrs. Susan Harne. a well-known lady of Chewaville. was stricken with paralysis several days ago and is now dead,at the age of seventy seven years. One day last week Mr. Harry Poffenberger of St. James dug seventy-five bushels of pota toes that were In good condition. He was un able to dig them last fal and they were left to slumber all winter. Mr. James A. Clements of the government printing offile is spending his annual vacation a Hagerstown. The grand jury of the court of this eounty adjourned after havmig found only seven true bills, which speaks well for the morals of our people. B. Transfers et heal Estate. Deeds in fee have been fled as follows: Julia A. Beeher to Lucy Duckett. part 11, see. 3; $1. J. F. Waggaman to E. H. Morse, lots 10 and 11. blks. 26. 39 and 40. blkx. 18 and 5, block 21, Wesley Heights: 08.075. Anna B. Spier to J. T. Murphy. sub 77, sq. 103: 0-. A. L. Philips to G. H. Johnson, part 118, B.'s sub Mt. Pleasant, Ae.; 02,573.35. A. F. Nichholtz to D. H. Yount, part 11, sq. 869: 0-. R. M. bell to B. L Walker lots 17 and 1. sq. 24; *-. Mary A. Vree to Annie M. Jaeger lot 4 and part 8, sq. 1049; 02.500. A..fitgle to I, L Rers, sub 26, sq. 152: 03,685.50. I. Bieber to L. Baldwin. subs 13 and 14, sq. 937; 62.50. Maria E. Thomas to Matilda A.8mith. part 6. Chillum Castle Manor; 0-. . M. Colden to W. T. Jones, dub 16, Chi chester: 0250. . Oppenheimer to Cicilia 31. Coughlin, subs 1 and 2, sq. 742; 4-. T. E. Waggaman et a. to C. A. Snow part 20. block 12, Meridian Hill; 43.410. 0. H. Boyd to W. T. aunders, part 27, sq. 280t 0-. d. P. -Hos kinson to W. N. Payne, part 7. Old Georgetown; 0-. Washington Iteal Ectate Co. to C. E. Phelp, sub 78, sq. 988; O66.92. Emma Sulli van Martha J. Burns, part 4. sq. 1058; t -. 0. L. Green to W. Edwards, sub 64, Chichester; 0500. Georgianna M. Gaither to Mary A. Ford. sub 53. sq. 44: 0-. A. B. Hines to W. Heiston. subs 23 to 82 blk. 14. Le Droit Park; 0-. D. B. Grof to Jeferson Middleton, lot 26, blk. 8. Brighwood Park; 63.100. C. 5. Montague toW. W. Hill, sub 160, sq. 861; 0-. J. McL. Carusi to Mary A. Mar, sub 19, sq. 812; *-. J. C. Heald to J. H. Mawr, do.; 0--. J. I. Marr to W. B. Daingerheld, cub 19. sq. ti12, and subs 73 to 82, sq. 597: 6-. Margaret K. Atherton to same, subs 1 and 17, sq. 82, 181. sq. 677, pt. 20, sq. 209, and 13, sq. 1033; 6-. L. Bayer to E. lBailey, . ub 46, sq. 777; 0--. Bo.a Chidel et al. to Sarah B. Mockhee, sub 10. sq. 528; 0-. L. L. Johnson to A. W. Armstrong et alp.3 q 1:3.F .Clwl et al. to E. C Catwel. t. P sq 29; 300.A. A. Lips comb to H. Govern, lot 84, blk. 44, Hiolmead Manor; 02,250. W. Mayse to W. Mayee et al., in trust, subs 24 and 28, blk. 5. addition to Ann costia: 0-. 8. 8. Shedd to *. Marco, sub 45. sq. 812; 0-. May A. Marr to W. k. Dninger tield, pta. 264 and 265, sq. 675, and subs 30 to 33. sq. 652; 6-. 1I. T. Morsel! to H. W.tSeymouur, sub 49, sq. 8186; 03,492.33. H. A. Willard to it. J. Parry, sub 16, sq. 362; 03,500; sub 9'J, do.; 8,800. C. B. Totnpkins to Ella IE. Tomapkins, sub 56, sq. 296; 0-. J. C. Heald to W. McKinley, prt 7, sq. 419; 01.200. W. McKinley to 0. LTerry, se property; 6-. G. E. Terry to 5. W. Potts, seime property; 0-. C. T. Caldwell to F. 8. Collias, pt. 3, sq. 989; 03,000. Julia Whoeler to 0. B. Brown, lot 5, blk. 9, Biloominugdale; 02,800. B. Green to Mattie J. Pearson, sub 20, sq. 265; 6--. T. E. Davis to Isabella N. Bingham, subs S5to 6S, q. 72;0-. Martha C. Brooke toJ. E. Toaserpt St. Eliaath; 00N. B. B. Clark to J. . Hebim=, subs 42 to 44, s.592; 6-. H. C. Stewart to A. Cowsllpt. 19 sq. 889; 84,100. W. C. Carroll to K. Honl ub~ 77, bik 77 Medow;0-. Eate C. way to G.N. etal.,lots 4 to 6, blk. 15, Brook land; 0-. A. L. Bryant to LJ.Brt, lots 1511 and 159 ad part 157, sq. 615, nnsube 170 to 184, do.; 0--. A. L. Bryant to Nelliead ner, sub 46, sq. 615:08-. T. Shekels toH. Bergman et al. to Henrietta Wesiuide pat 4, sq. 1,000; 0-. H. Westridgtol..Bry man et al., part do.; 0-. R. Barton et aLto Catherine L. Howe, lot 6. bIk. 11, University te 4160. A. A. Thomas et alto Jos. W. hk. 7, Blooaail; 62,60 P,U. P. H. Christna to N M. d sub 26, sq. 23; 0--. A. Haldsrman to Mcli.V. Paxton, pt. 6, Clark MIlla' estate; 0-. B. H. Warnse to Matthew Coates, les65 GaSeld; .166. 5.0O. Jehumon to A. L. FleP.11, B.'s sub ot lot 117, D. and L.'s sbad1~g Ma lemmt;0-. T. L.Rhra E.~4aI1. 5'ot and 61, bik. 3, Trinidad; C, eith to W.i E, reab 3, S472, 473 and 474, Ama i W,U. L C Pew esib h tb Wmnissehae ismud ian ea lhi im an which in mewl ease hm..s aa- a e ande ate lb snemSee two e assalmi t -m uith be -h and esse AUCTON SALM. TIs APTERN0N9. uNCJA0N BiROB., Aue.. 9th ad D a. aw. T Y D0 T -I TH. bhat et the atws :~L1 Onegaird tmI he balance in gam and two years. with letst ee a OICOCF P at th. Is al As mtand r s of JIM PU? Ahal(nUddlDNA RS fiarae AI THOaAs %b.Le & sON, Anet.. CHANCER SALE OMALUABLE REAL 1TATI WAKT TO PRQPOSED MEORA u cmeoouratafthe is arct ore a 0604Aul a. lIl1 In canse o 1 entit o eanys Jo usbead e.e andera rias wil ETEEl .1, URIIDAY HM ITK e at fro OM Ph n e Preson bye one ndr .A sase: One-tird cash, one-third In o ~ar and one-third to two yee be-ar interest. anal erre giyaet to be secure trU. the mo es sold, ce thecash, h sa te cownPlfed with wtthin tern dsp trustees reserve rigt te sell a lfultia phases risk and c-out. Al con. Peyan =. aet_ = 6ar 11asser's fot A9 . JACKSON H. RALSTON. Trustee. any7-d&ds 1490ew inork ae, n. w. SFUTUER DAVIS. *UNCANsON BROS., AnetsA. 1th and Dt. n.w. ON SATURDA MAY TWENTY-FIRST. lIAY. AI ObE O'CLA - .., at Wur aut-ion rnna we wils at uli rth watr sha a sle f Ie M one1 nuleil MANUFAU~tINtI COIPANr, LIMITED. Te an * cash. ndoeth DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. A R~e Aotst. 1407 0 at. A VERYh0VALL BUILDIING ITSJ 14N ONE OF TE YMLT DESIUABLE SECTIONU Ot THEl CITY AT AUCTION BItNO LOTY 2: INH MUtUARE 111 NETU1ATE ON It STREET NEAR CONNECi7T ASVENUE NORITHWEsT. On WEDNESDAY. MAY TWENTY-FXFTH. 1M?2. at FIVE I'CLOCK P. M. In fr1t of the1 remses. we will s-ll lot 2:1. square h11. fr'onting 24.7 on Rt st. ear Cona. ave.,* btya depth 116. k t an alle. This Is one o C the n . .t desirable lots that has atean alered at iotn for saone tiame and should conaand atten. Terms: Oe-tlrd cash, balance in 1. 2and 3 year with interest. anad suund bye adeed of trust ont the p~rop~ert v. C'onveyancinar sad recordIng st purc-haaer's cos5t.- )rquiared at timea' of sale. nmyl9 Dds LATIMER & RLOA . Aut-te. L EATINEt.3A(CTIO NIEit . A. WA UINUTON HtlLDIE AND CN OAE BAEAARt. PERMPTORY SAL OF THRTY- TIV-E HEAD OF Will be sold at the HIaJUar No. t0 L.uKEanaHavene. SAT tRllWAYNoltN. AY TWFNTY-FT IlOT. at TEN I O'LOCK. Thirt--Ba. Heaat ur ?.7es amt Mar. laatours avo., hores, alrl.aoat lle-se al atuomr lthe sumt .isl lotwok r-s rier as n h ere m aras to fst all kInds of usinl., aan suamati e naand the attenti of baaye. al. l*renaptory). ALSO One New Dayton Wagona Two New Buarti-..Two Secnd-hand Datons. bilteen 2econd-and Car riaao. Warons. 13nargles.B hsIetu ER lat'ere r. With int it. ma i-rAbyE dq ofII truton, tr. oALTER B. WILLIAMS & 00.. Auctioners. VALUABLE BUILDINa LOT, FRONTING O rlDE ILAND AVENUE BETWEE.N SIXTH A ND HEVENTH sTREETaI (OP'POM4ITE P-UBILIC RBENSVATIONR) NOlTlfWa'sT AT AUCTION. Oh WEDNENDAk. MAY TL ENrY-FIFTH, AT SIl O'CLOCK P. we shall sell . lb front af the 'I remaises. htt 618. in square 44-2. havtiun 20 feet frobt saer.aej lt f about 71 feet 6 inchtes. inakin - a very deNtrabe building lot, ad should comnnand tse aitteutin of wamyerw. Teroas of haip: One-third elth balance In li and ten maoths. for notes lwearin interest at day of sale. and secured by a deedof trust an tead partmert sold. 4.100 dwnt whe proarty AL struck oft. A u 191 A e~tty CO.. d ars covaa a-. Vraf. &. alt a'rhaes. tyl-l WAL B. WILLIAMS & CO. * Analour.. R ACLIFFE, DARR & COAncta.. Id0) Pa.av.n.w. TWO-TORY BRICK HOSHE No. 12-6 SECOND STREET SOUTHWEST B T A UTIN. On FIEDAY AFTPNOON. MAY TWFrTY SEVYENTlf. l8AW. at IIALF-P'AST FIVE O'CLOK. we wll ofCer lor sale by publIc actio. in front of the prsni lst-s t siuae42 ivta 0f~ rn SUB LOT Ba SQUARE 597. Frontin 1ra feet un A treet between K and a street misouthl esiy thIe depth thereof. anuproved by a two-ntry bik laouse. Terta:9 ver and above an incu brance of 150 cash, orall csah, at thec option of the. porcager. A deposit of 4100 at tinne of sale. Tern. to be comtplled ti In t rteen ays frout ay of sale or the rirbat to re sell at the risk and aost of the defanttn urhaset Is r rvL All w aneig recordittg c., at the ny19-d ATCLIFFE, DARR & CO.. Alct. RATULIFFE. DA RR & CO..A'ts. ,0 a.ave.n.w. VERY VALUABLE CORNER PROPERTY ON STRET A STEETii NXiITREAST Bk On TIRIDAY AFTERNOON MAY TWENTY SE1Ti. t 8I21. Pt'AI FI V OF'C T. P'REM18IEN. ALL OF LOTS 1 AND 2. 6QUA R E i17. The whole proferty tratin t feet nches on 9th street and 116 teet 4 ite. ot aucet. Tias preerty Is adalraatty adapted to an adavantageous sutlnlivisiots and an. n--ighbaorhood that is beinar rapidly snd nicely Inniroveo. Terats of sale: One-third cash. balance in ont:e and te y e n sale. sec-uredl by o..dol trt anu ~eare d er et rannutm. lnteo-eL l.ava.e sand-atnhuall, or all calb. at te lautichasor p lehas . A deaposit of 8-00 on tech io( rsquied .r thie of sale Terrn to beo -omiplerd wialh In fitt-en days frotn thev day of sale or the rtrbttoans.-1 area rv:. 1at 4t. risk tnd east of the defautttiaur pur.haer. All conveyancinir aamylr-likV Hatep CL ,.. DARR & CO. LATIE *"' &LO O AtI m..''t1407t.* TUSTEEA' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY N BECOND S rTEET BETWEEN O AND H XTtEE'T4 NOUTH WEST. EL vitue of a d e-I of trIst dialed the 1st day of A 1l. li,l andl duly t'ceorded in Liber 1651. fotlio d't el seal., onte of thte land aa ccords of the Dtarict of (.llinbla, and at thec re-qe.t af the art.- seeusd a Ion In nt . th et e FRIDA. A TWENTY-N EN TH. I!. at OI OTS I'CLOCK P. M. the stl eart f lo i8i iaM the 3 iinal anbi i a fsuu si.15# rnattu-, hack to a pubic ey, ad imovedby a twsory pres-sed-brick house, Watth sesven room. andl bath. ated oan the west se of All saetet eret o anad I streets souttw.et Alawa a~ala.I ata -a.. matiasalaa't lgs'su t'ost 100 i .mao ale-u e attir. aise sale rnas at e t-own at sale. O iJO4 s i ON, ay17- lads _____ Trasteesa. R ATCLIFFE,. DARR &tCO., A-tis., 920 Pa.av.nw. sedsuiu LL-Kv. or OUNF~h. at LD VRIT~llE A>"N E BY AUCTI ,it - It O56 L a It I IErLAR WE?.KLY DISPLAY 0OF "-AKI FR t _ 'AR&I HINO L ILL ObCC-ti AT 1 alUmt ELEGANE AL. RBOSIMM. SATURDAY MOhlN i. MAY TWENT-FIRST. AT I EN O'CLOCK. This sa'!euants Wsasn'at. Osa erry. Oak. Ash and Oattage. Chatuber .iets sud Odd l'n Wlttaat biit tlar Almostie Par r iti a (oet dt t a ert aty no CoA'bl;.-g and Ione. dak Etnoma Tab'e. foato B I.t Wood and otner Dianaaa Chal. Lbr.ar-y uarni ture. Toilet 'a sae tthtatk sod Hlair Mattmes. hew and sond-hatd Ilhows and Iatea, Faat-y t-nre a fand irs. a 1u--1 C. .e Lt'.. Ea anrtains and pbles, E7.granws and til Paintln Ktchentun niture andl a general asortnaent of us htl*ousal.ld aftods. 1 NATIONA Aetord. AND W POSTER. _00ME ST ACCOLOUNT O3 RATCLIFFE. DAIRR & 00. uny19-2t Ancg._ UNCNSN RS. Ane-ta.. 9th and Daa at.. NO T. Dyits acertain deed of trust to .beoag Oeoe'A. D. 110l, and duly Liaj~b aeq.. one of tean .. of the anta ad at the rqaetof the narties ywe will j~lauct~i~ DA liEatHA L.'MT FOUl ge oa allytgte o5 lroma ad at. m~w. 51333133?BAL W 3MB *330(M - m m mmemAs. a WMEATNC - BM60 AUCTION SALES. W EKS a 0- ASar s. Opw Ciy Ptalt Oe., l3TAILER'S 8'CK AT AUCTION. WITHIN OUR SALES 30011, 1313AT. MAY TWRNTIETf (Ift. AT TEN OCLOCE A.M.. LAGE ABORTMENT OF 6000. ALL KINDS or DRESS 6oODM. CAMBRIC FLANNIEL. HOSIERY. CORSETS. HANDEER CHIEF. RIBBONS. EMBROIDERIES. SPOO SILK. LACER. COTTON CAKES. SHOW C AES LADIES' AND 0ENTW' UNDBRWEAR. WHITI SHIRTS. TOWELS. LINENS. COLLARS CLARK'S COTTONS. RUBBER COATP. CAL 1008, hc.. he. marlS-0t LATIMER SLOAN. Ab'et..14070i-t 65OOD CHOICE PLANT FROM J. I. FREEMA3 Al AUCTION On FRIDAY4 N0. MA -L'WETIET1 .1112 voinnneine Ef VLEN XO'CIACK. at our auctios Loon8s, we shall sell a I ad choke collectikn a nowerinv plane oic ever - Ition. mny1I-2g T & SIDAN, Aneti. k ATCLI DMil & CO. Aictonceers. VERY VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON SEvENTe HT T RTW9T BETWEEN R AND I On FRIDAY AFTERNOON MAT TWENTIETH, at FIVE O'CLOCE, we will asr for sale. in frut a the prenise, 1LOT t 95 fet as 7th at. u.n. and running bark to I Ths a otld cota the attenton of parties ts seareh of a taluablei balldine site. Terms of tale: One-third cas: the balance In oa Stnd tw yeas; 0 ier cent per annum. payr.teip sisid annually. secured b-deed of trust on the properti Sod. or all rash, at he option at the tr-basir. .4 dePsKit of V-10) required at time msale. If th terms., (f sec are nut comple with in tifteen diay. froin the darof atle diht rssered to resell the irop orty at the risk and cost of the defailtier purchlaet, afteri live days' advertanent oif such resale in ..an ne-ws.ager puiblishm'i in Washilnton. D.C. All con voya.-hnr and ratoerdin:r at the cat of the vwtrrelaaer. niyl :t-dlds ltAiTCLIIFFE. DAbRa & CO).. Aucta. fRON. DOWLINGA MON. Ancls..612 Ent. n.w. SPECIAL AND PERE.T41I'ORY SALE QF CAI LOADOFUOOItWOltK AND DRIVINO HORSES AND MARE3 FROM CUMBERLAND VALLE, PA. On FRIDAY. MAY TWENTIETH. IWt. at TEl O'CLOCE A. H.. we will *ll inouir Hore- and Carriere Dazaar, in tuse ,i.r of 612 and 4114 Est.. a csr load oi grood # ors II- siud and Mar s. iuylt-4t 'lltiONAS DOWLINGI & SON. Auci. T IIO3AS DOWLINo& SoN. Aucts.. 1l E An.W. VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERITY NO. 311 SPItUCE STRELT. LE DSOIT VARK, A' AUCTION. On FRIDAY. WAY TWENTIETH IP2. AT SI ('LO('K P. M.. we will "t-1. in frunt of t ie p'reimia-. gnart of fint N.. :14. In W. .-wis' aut of blockh K. I, Drit Park. fr.ntin r I7 teet UI Inches one rirtce street by a death of 94 f-eet 6 in-heatm alley. lmprovedl by a nearly view twa-4tiry bri-k diwelline. costamintwgi roosni1 an< bath, with cellar under the whole son.. with miadem n iiuprovemneila. Terms On-third cslh. baaLace in essy payiments; a dejosit 4f1100 r-iidt at ti:ne of cale, cinveyane. Ina- and re'ordlgir at ire."aser's cost. niri:1-dkets TIlMA DoiLINo & SON. Anetd. W ALTEli B. WILLIAl k CO.. Aucioneers. GRAND A UCTION SALE OF JAPANERE OBJECTfi OF ART. CONISTING OF Antique and M(drin Prcelami. Bri-a-Brae. CloIa. * une B n , , i. Bc., 1001 Pa. ave co. 10th Pt THIS DAY AND FOLIOWING DANr. AT ELEVEN A.M. AND THtEE Y P.M. DUNcANS lG., Act..Uith and DOE.w. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMP VfO1 PROPERTY, FRONTINu ON THE OK 1 SIDN OF E STREET SOUTH PETWEEN SEVfNXT AND EIGHTH STREETS HOUTH. EA . T E SAME BEING I.PROVED BY A LIVERY STABLE, IN WASHINGTON CITY. ). C. By Vri of adeed of trust to us. b nerlsr date o theX da'Jt of Jnn.. A. D. ItM. utidaily rrded In Iber 140. folio T!iS at seq.. of the land r-ords ol the District of Colunahia. and at the requat of the ipartiea seeittil theretby. we will anitl at pu ancitk In front of the noises. on FRIDAY TE TWE. ' IETHD Y O ' , at FIVf OCLOCK P. -.the fo t hd ,ce or parcel of land and I tateIn the ityof Wasnilnrton. Distriet ol lnanbla. and belnr the westerifntmat :7 feet if ot-terl. nal lot numbsed 2, in square numnbered Id4. the mane frintIai *17 feet oin atreet by 1 feet in depth. to. gether with the Iprovements kc. Tera of sale: On-half 01 the pnrchase n111y in ca, balance in two eiual instalinsents In slx(tes) nud twelve (11) months, with interst at als per e-nt per annum. interest payable seti-annually and se-uredt upon the iroperty solA, or all cah, at the archamer's ption. A depositt t. will ber r-ili at time of sale. All conveysnelgr and i ordeant at urclhaasr's cost. Terms of sale to be cousplied with it ten dayp frous day of sale. C. H. WILLIAMSON . W. E. EDMONSTON. t nay3.emd .ilo.'h at. n.w. ___ FUTURE DAYit. THOMAS DOWLING k SON. Anrts.. 612 E t. a.w. REOULAR SALE QF HIOUSEHIOLD EFFECTS HOtRNER. CARtUIAOES. HARNESS. ETC.. Al 011H AUCTION BOOMS AND IN OB BAZAAR. 132[4TltEET NOR~THlWEST. ON SA'1UItDAY MA TW NT '-rIRST. It14. at TEN O'CLOCR A. K., EMBRACING IN PART Handsome New Parkar Furniture. to be sold without reserve; a inmner of Lomn-es uuho:6s.--nl in pl-iih. Two Bed Ltnres. a rarlety of ChAmler Futniture in ites of walnut. oak and aIh,. 'ith a number of odd eees; F:in Bdas. W. W. :4; rin -m. Hir mani other Mattresses. Ba, mters :u-l Pillow. D oinIr e Fur niture In Exten",an Tables. Kideboards. C(rsker anil 0las Ware. C. Hi. and otherl'hairs Otk-e Furniture. Two Mahienene and otner Ieika. Rev. Chai's. kc.. XEtchrn'Requniit-a. a cnon-tdrannent of a lot of Britsieli sad other Car etc. ablui Twenty Rolls of Matting. Heating and C. king 8.,vt.A. ALI) AT TWELVE &CI.OCK. Thoronglibred stahton and several otlie Hornes. Car r~siag. Duyrie s. Hasrness A. uay19-St THOMAK-bOWLING & 9ON. Ahets. T HOMAN DOWLING k MON. Ancts., til'f s t. n.w. VALUABLE BIT IIDING LOT ON DELAWARE AVENUE BF'TWEN D AND E STREET% NORTHEAiT AT AUCTION. On T'EsDAY. MAY TWENT h-FOURTH. I02. at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. we will sell. In front of the premises, lot 16. in s jinre Utt. frunting III feet I% inch. son Ihe =ebt side of Delaware ae by a delpth a sa teet d Inhehs. Teni: One-tilrd cash. balance In one and two yea:s. with inter, st at i per cent. secutmid ly deeid Of trust on the I-rolpeity or all cash. at uption or the pur rhaa.r. A depAsit of 6100 required at tlim of sale. All recording amnd 'n.1%e -an -Inir a, iurcher-. it. myli)dads THOMA. DOWLNGk W -14, Anct. LATIMER k SIAAN, Auctioneer., 14070 street. .ARtGE ANID AT?141CTIYF. kAlEX OF 21CPF3driO himOMM SA mUIIDAY, MA TWE !-'IIIY. 1Hlw, COMME CINa AT TN O'CJK EMBR~kACING 13 PART THLE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF A l.Alt'IE DININO SALOON. COIMPRtIWNN SEtENTEE.N DININO 'tALESIFT--TU~tKDININSCHA ,I LAPU LARGE ~UANTI' OF COOKING UTENNILS, H ANDSOME P'ARLItR VUITE.SEPARATE PIECEI O A LIDE 1E5 OU St PEIBf ATIOU HALLCI4E. IN PdRFECT OiIDEI.e0 YEAIR OLD),:4:,\ERAi L.ANDsOM.EPIECE'.OF A.'T?QUF FUIttNITUtE. A CHLOIC. CONS!GN4MENT OF a.61ERA AND JAPAN4LSE RUlls AND CAISPETS. ALSO ONF ItUPFEIOR. JACOBtH BROTHtEI:S' UPRIGHT AND MoblsNG) FI.: wTEEL ENGRAVING. AEJIDNE. KEVE'RAL OTHER lINE STEEL EN ONE1 NATIONAL CASL ROISTER. IV PER FECT ORtDEAL. ALSO WALNUT AND OTlIEII AMBER FURITR SPINGI &c. ANUT AND OTHER DINING TABLES ALitO AT TWELE d~ 'CLOCE OEHANDSOE AK I'LE N PFECF any1-2: iIWR & SLOAN. Aueton.r. T HOM8 DOLING& BON.. Aart.. ?312 Eas.. TE TROROUGH3RED STaLLION LAUTS Al AUCTIOlI. On AY, MAY T Y-TTFIRMT. 3NS07. s TWELVEO'CLANK, we wil selIn our Basar.mn the rear of one auction feonts. OPI and 014 Eaet. anw.. the Ti.s gai~dRunning isorest Stalion Laa; saves yersod.tteen hands bstri; broken to allban. sound and gentle; steed byDaer. darn Daisy;pi Eras farnished ig theawiur. THOASDOWLING & E0N. nmy1m Aetinaseen. ATCLIN'FE, DANE & O.. Audt... E)Pa. s'nsn.w Caa Tm ml sf-ea -8.a.se _ AUCTION SALFA. PS'TIER SIAIS. ____ RA T(LIFF. DARK & C.. Aurtioneres, AtIcTION SALE OF VALUABLE ELLVEN-OOM BRICK ROUSE ON TWELFTR NTREKT NORTRWEST. N. 15N. OPPosITR IOWA CIRCE1. We W"il irerf as from b tmtw. 411 D1'IT IAM IyTW I TvrFir %LF PART Fl E (I1C~aI'E P..sn ltaiadI squarea 311, with iaprov.-meseit ther.ma, etstene thskos w-.uaaiaih, Sa. w thv-st. t anad hewe~s ent brich soune, s.w ustr reatel St awe mouth. Roa. I haastuamnly anishd utth &l tutsle-rn a .lanse. as 1rs. k-et te hams, eilectrir bell%. v-.= in wuantels. tiltair. Iaandry piw aad is IelW--I t tfer. rh'ut. l.a 1.'J *rt foost sldns w ir Terms f sale One-thin or onefrnt cash. balemary In cae. t wit anda thre year-, at I seri st 0alul down "t t4hs- of solo. Tenn,. 1, lecale with Iva iftroft da3 a traa iayof ale. RATCLIFFK DARR 6 ityls-d&.la A- -Ar-tieo e. R ATCLIFFE. DARK & CO.. Au-tionees. TO WROM IT MY TCONCERN.TOPAY S Rt0 On RATUR.DAY MORXINO.MAY TWRNT -F1RN .at T *N O'LOCE. I wil elI. at the auctiOl ruoms .4 Ratcliffe. Daer & -. l nmay n aveane Northwest. Two TrOUa anaSd 41no . otrwd An ust I toalmpit John F. Usb.le. All r 44rl n. 1V ite..as take h4.-v OnylI ItEOttOE WATTS. JjUCAKSONIBROtI Asda.. th and I)sas n.w. LAR Bs~s 8 RoPlKTY BRKIN0 ETIREF F 0,T Ot. IO AVEgU BL4E.N , FRTOF T 1 VRFT ~FRONITA-O216R"O il 9id -UT VRi# EST On WEDXENDJ RR MAY TR , NT" of. the wen,. tF1. 1 at O'CIO .6 will s-tain frost IABTinerh AaT R 8. 'ARKIM . Beu hut TWO-TlIRDSi of thentir- onae"r-na T titrenOHIOAVENUK. 1TH 1 andl'%0 RF'T .41 1l1HWEKT. A pt.-ndid l-alo for larre hum. noe. dwellinua. fa- Ac. Tima: Onae-third . balano In one ad two rear at ft1-tr vent iter anau in ;v'-ahte aead-ananual . and at o'-tion of puriIae-r. A deletit i *. regat .A .n the pnlverty at time of sae. coVlYyanlrt. A. , at 'ur haesu .ast. Ternt, in be coeuqlited with in ifne. - ayt thorwise resitie at risk and 'otest.f detaaltimr lr'-hasr after t.e day' adv-rtinement of suih i-eal an a.'s newSpaewr enhl.ed ia Wsshinrton. I). -, In) IN-dAds DUNCANX1sON Bun., Aertmemprag. R AITCUFM DA*R & (CO.. Aav-ti.,appue CH NCERT O A VA AL AT ON FIRST ( ATkX RVE BY _X A 4B PIERC-TRFE NORTHWEST. IN WANSK INtaTi D. v. Fbhr a.Vn, He-nry E. Conrtney and others. Fkinlity mi. I346. the anthierwilre' as trnate-,. mll. illte t :. the ir-aie.ou WEblEicAk M 'or JI*Nr. A. D). l?4l1. at HA -P "If lIVE O'CIACK P.M.. .4erforsale.at ahulic suction. nil that t-al estate known as Iota Nt. 41. d sad 43 is W. It. Johso' -uidiviem o.f equar No. tail). Teros of sale: One-thint (94) raab. balasw> of par eh~ae uus.eyin ein and twelve nausuthustrelaidynt sate. for which i he ipurtbase-r nr urchaisers small rive lomissoer) n.os, with Intie.t fritn day of sale. or all .-axh. at the opteni oI the aurniuser erpbahs ers. on latflcatihan of sale*rsa by theet-art. No d. .'d given 1n0til al ptuha. i.oiey and Witi-t-t halaW lhav- Iswetalajid. A de si~t oP Si.i uill Is- requitedt ona each it waien -ht. Ail nmv-yan-luf at piurn-hate-r's -t. Ter-ns f Pale snut Is- coapaled with within Of teeti 1t) a froin aa of tl-. DOLPH EICRRORtN. Trode. tiav1-dAdta 307 ii it. amw. )UNCANiiMtot.. Awto.gth and D ats. 3W. We will fsll at iulblic auc-tion tot arcoant wof mj iaon . MA ItIAY AY TWENOTT-FlhtItT. t AtE. NTt'K IM I L N T MACII I NE C MPANY. Ti-rms cas. fthyl1R-it DU'NCANNON BROS.. Aares. RAAR & 00.. AAira. .l0 Pala., a-. IE ANDFANASTOCOF Pt'BLIt' At'CTION BEING THE ENTIREBONmXTEmorE oLD EFAItLiRED Aot*'ERY STAND AT TUE O1FTN4 NEl ORER OF EIETR AND A STIFSNORITHWEST. This stoc-k. whi-h is oumplt 3f TEAS. hPICEO5 STARCH. A OT L DRY NAP. YEANT KND BAKIG P ERx. P ,, %At't'Em. 4ANNr.) t mtxtDM OF EVF.RY DS- 1P TI ON EXTA&Th 1 KMRUP AND MoLS . FIL tALT FINN COAL OIL AN) CANa. - FOAM. IARN ANI TOBAt(I BRUNKES D BRSIOMM WOOD AND WILLMr WARE AND A OENF A AttItTMENT OF DENIRABLE AND ?tTAIX t#IIIIIE Es. 4In MON DAY MltN NG. MAT TWENTT-TKIRD. . atIENO0111UK A. M.. we will sell at the It~illtE ABiOVE NAMED) all the- ~Ana craeldI tCe-ri-. Whlich we 41a1ty .uatpratu e=r. hhis and I rivat huyp are In Satyl 7-ldads RATCLIFFE. DARR & CO.. Aarta. R ATULIFFE. DARR&C000..Aaet.. WO P. awe. VERY DFRIRABLE IMPROVED RE ESTATE ON FL0RIDA AVENU'E. BEING BRIC TEN-it0iM AND BATM TMREE-STORY L ME . FLORIDA AVENUE NORT3L WET B At~ MTON. On TI-ENDAY AFTEROON MAY TW - FOURT 110!. AT ALF-PAJ FIVE OIC we wil ewer forsle it frost ofthe PART OF Sir OF LE DitOIT AR Fr.nttiar 9 feet o4 Florida avenue. a a depth of 4 feet. and improved by& ahandaonas brt house com tainiftr 10 room and bath. T,-runs: ( One-third cash. balance csm and two yeasr. with ntA-s beatlow inte-st at rate of 0S per i-ent per naam and a - -unid 1. I hed of t. a 4'~- a-enies ~ad. w ll l. i heoptiom of the pr -aser. A disuit 0f #11m requited atte tin f ae. All i-onv -an-mr fe.. atwthe (at I the pua 4 Terna to coini.-d with in Aften yu ust ofl ale or the rat to re-ell at the risksa e thU d-faultine i-urckaser is i-ered. RAly'7-d~ub RATCLIFF E.DARR&CO ..Aar ta. FOUR HUNDRED SHARES OF TR CAPITAL IITOIK OF THE BIGIA1TWOOD IA D COMPANY OF THE DIATRICT OF COLi A AND TEN THOUNAND DOLLARS OF THE FIRST MtORTAIE BINDS OF TIE GAME COMPAN f BY AUCTION. On MONDAY. WAY TWENTY-TRIRD. A.D. 11 1 at ONE O'CLOCK P.M.. WE will sell wiia OR HA '1t(XiMtM. IW PENNNYLVANIA AVENUE NOR ' HWEST, at the unit of the holdme .4t rollateral not. s, to th weat lielm the sbove 6TOCK AND BON . ermsc. RATCLUFFE. DARKE C'NCTY SALE OF LAN VACANT LO BJEtIN(i LOT So ISUR TH for SQA i4it. IN WASM~tO CI D.C FO INu' N ?"AN .R?3Rah S*OITH: EANT. r'n4er decree t u tofet Cteluiihia. pased in Eq. case 19013..14("h ye. Youtng et al.), we will mi at rebT P110"O frio o the preant"-;Vm WDXKAD VTKe TV-FI TH. -. tI . .. lt awa-nt bp-o" four (41 is square out 7it sq- W - a_ itiudaud A"d grtr-covr (7441. i-n Wsineugto. ":Onthird ca. and reades In one ad two year- trom day of sile. with intad pyable mad aaaauali-., for whi" 0.ses will vivo solve. or- all i . C- deposit red a thineof sale. Fifteen days tien to citbapy wi and aR eaS veyaeia at coo4fpnhw WILLIARN. THOR. E.. WA(IGAMAN. A-taamom-.rN-dAda RATCLIFFE. DARR & CO., Amt j?.ave a. w. RENEDBRCE RESIENCE NO 1124 ONWhEETNO EN -W 0 T ACTI. AT Fl VE O'CTACK P. M., we wlell by pahe ame TE NtSt IFTEE EET 13011T BY TuE DEPTH THEREOF OF LOT S. UOVARE .?m. Impuro'-e.1 biy the anew 2-.tary bar-wiadow awie bi-rc hotuse ho. 1124 :.td at.. atim reamS, hath aid cellar; sas eltt o< secame a3 horn, or tn unake as inveatuts . Te-rsua liberal and naes kinaow at gele. ? isetm lidwith nl das from the da A se . tav tO- inc . r. lb ih- oat of the mpuchaser. aal4-dedas ItATCLIFFE._DA RR b O.. Aapqienees. (E). W. ST10E3iEY. AUCT., 1416 N. Y. AVE. PTO PEETY. ITUATE ON SING NEAR ITN 'JUNCTION WITH VUUKUR STREET EXTrENDED. 1 virtu of aetin dedo inguus bIk D etict f Cean ad a rt a reamt et the Dait ofO u nha ay ~ t rq . tefr-esor par-ela0 af gend b as lots y fortaty4four (44!. buath inciadew, af . C a' division .f licasat lib.isem..- um the marth ot Sprinatreet at amito anks. with 14~ th en tended ew porti ot luata 6 to . . acia Teruaa of eale: 4500 cashe neh paid at timse l. an lhtc in )and e~ttwo (2* ~e withti Tersma tieathste a the bO'ety Iereso Mis coito sa Eingla ttar. R ATCIFE, DANK B C.. A ma. AwefMA . .y. hehs malet am A *. . L m. .enase )AUMONZ44.A t HAM IM 4.h -f,.to at a a 4IIU3 U'FY ANu I N I hF Plit rutot 4 mr- *-,I all t 1 uht1 ii.s hrl AT li .,A kI. 11%41. IATh It 1a 4 tmalsl 4.. kvh.t~ It he 10i rl4 twiA **be'.is Mbp vw isloat~ tnt..a 40, .4 smll SI ttew.4 a~a.I'. laidB~ joItols Nodtm ,~ ,n1.~'aatt I'MI :-r, . 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