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Smme.es Les Anetber Game In B290~s -Curreat Notes. now TU CLI as STA3D. clubs - clubs. d toe. "2 7 7-! itt..to're... 141 . 4.51 ,ehivza.. li0 **n e N.-w York ..I L 1.. 40.4 ct.tre.-., 17 1? :.. .. t .*- a; '1 10; 44 M ca.-inaat. 3i 14 -,4 . walualrt-ai ii o 40. E 3a . 4 att aitair..' 4l 7 ? 41 Brookyn 24. Wahingtown 4.-The Washing tons snicred their wort defeat of the seAson Seteretlar at ltrooklvn. Foreman. who had inot en in the box for a loi'g time. was put in, and was hit so hard that K il!-n t. ok hi:. p1ae in the third. Ile did not fare nuch better. and him support was -o rag,-d that he lost heart. Wag net's phnomeno.n. hitte Ulrich. was again put on third. and made a meAt of it. 'Shn he was put thand the bat to catch Kille n. and was jusa s bad. T he enat..o run up against the Brook. lyrn ag.ain today, and begin a series at home to morrow. Idtimore 7. PhilamleIphia 5.- rldtimore had a batting streak in setv-ral ininign yeverday. and won an exciting gaei from the Philies. Cobb. for the home team, was very efllrtive, sad foreed the %iAitorg to scatter their hts.. Weyhing pitched the first five inmngs for th-! Ptilasdelphtas. whon he *an teplaced by Carsey. The ieleting on both sides was good. Attend awce. 1.319. Cleveland. 2: St. Louis. 0. --The Browns were shut out at I leveend yes..trd.iy not because they faikeA to play good ball, but becanse the Cleveland's played better. Y onng kept the hits well seattered n7d the himc teas-m hit often but unlucky. Mckeea. r-- io-wd li. old position at short and IFavis played at third ouing to Te breau's icknoso. osaton. 1: New Trka. 3. -The New Yorks p-ryed two fine games of ball at Boston yester day and lot them both. The first one had a regular Garrism finisb. New York did not mee until the eighih inning. when their three runs gave the n the lead. The Ikaneaters in the neSt inning delighted the cranki by batting Seele for two runs and winning the game. Herman Long. for kswton. at .hort. and Lyons, for New York. at third. did superb fielding. Boston. 10; New York. . -ia the second game the hom, team maade "4ilver" King thiAk he did not know much about pitehing. It was in the siath anning. Up to that time the. had mide but two lonesonne singles. then they lit on Eiang'a delivery for three singki., three doubles, and when Staley knocked out a home run King nearly faint. 'the slugging. two bases on balls and Shorty Ftller'- disastrous error netted Boston nine runA. Bth catchers did fine field lag. only one base being stolen. Attendance, d,13L For several days the clubs of the Western Legue have been votmg on the question of wbethilL lenver or Fort Wayne. Is&ana. shall get th t. Paul franchie. 'T1e voles were sent by wive tt President G. A. Williams Kanum City ca*t the dci-ive vote for Fort Wavne. Michael J. Mahone% ha.- rs . ned his yposition an umpire uon the Nitional egue stag on account of ill heal:h. Capt. Comikev intimates that he will sign Jack Dolsn. New Yirk is after Tommy Dowd and in will ing to gi-e Penny Lvyinas for him. Beet assured in a deal New York will always have the big aid. 1)4- Shannon. the New Hlaven team's captain and second b.seman. who was, so landly injured lit attem ting to slide to the home plate. ii once more in - rne.. having recovered suTticientil to don his uniform. He was threitened with coe;;ion of the brain, but luckily escaped with leso-s -eron- results. Mts k Johnsoin. of lwt year's Cincinnati club. and one' the favorite center fielder of the country. ha. signed with Nen Haven. The- sta -at-homes are taieiining to wonder what kind of a team " omger Irwin or IPe'i dent Wagner intends gsivig Wshington. Such third base eshibitioa. as- have been reported lately are enough to i-hearten the must en an11istic and l.m;;-suffering Lin cranks. Iardie tichsardiDn was not a model third base man. but Hardie liienrdAsn was and is a first eks ball play*er, and one may reastonably doubt if At was wise in Mlanaer Irwin to let him go without getting an tihing in return. Yankve Robinson was a giod second baseman, not third bame-an. but it i. douabtiful if he is a good bad player. but 1.o ose has heard of his release. Dowd ho not a nmiar one third baseman. bit he dnes his b "t always. Manager Irwin wits at Srst qAte enlthu.iastic over IowL Tommy amaot have incurr d the di kasure of hia manager. at eit that is w- t people think when they rend oIf i.d sitting on the bench dd Ulrich falling all arounl third basc. The.e muisings are thrown out as a kind of warniing to the management of the Washingtons. The s.asni ope'i-d with a hurrah. Washington felt that for once -she huda g- team. It was ex tedI that weck spots would be %trengthencd. stav-st-h.imes are puttin;g on their think ig cap. aid Mana. r Irwin ha.t better stir hii stumpe or ae enth insia.tic th.iusassl4 that glad 4Lened te lwaarts of the Me'ers.. Wagner at the openia o the en-i will soon dwindle to the rnUstnuary corj r-,'s guard of former tnion'. Wa.hington bal c-rsi . ill put up with hard leck. but nout with sfiyidity. - "I wond-%r if Irwin will pitch Ulrich today." eneri Oie h.ali craa-k of another tha morning. Ulrich i.ndoubte.ily is a phenomenal hall ter. as wa. lr' .cth d. if he stops a ball at ' I be fa* otr it oir ele throws to the Kle---hers. It certainly is phenomenal. and Tomn1 DoMud .'ts quietly on the beaich a silent knd wondern.g ase iator. It's panin.g straIige. Ulriclh must have a pul with the manage ment. A.- .a "puilek-" he maw be a succe,. but he can't catch. nor bat, nor throw. according to report. WASHi-i1iTNGN'S BATTING AtTTAGa. The fillkwing .are the batting records of the Wasthingsoms, evclnig pitcher., up to last Jenskiy: 3rne. (it. A.B. 1t. B.11. B.A. arina . .............. .. tels t 5- . 3ti'li.a... ...........15 .; i; i3. Ra.barma ..... : 154 ie -a .-, Ia.nre a.............l :r i: is .rza leuI.eer...........I : r: ci 4 .it. Ama att-r r.aae Ball. The I..u:-etlskse Itadl tr m of LIsirel has cr gani.esl for the wsa-..i- ..i would I:ke to hear fr'sm all clibs a bo-. mem-nbers-' are nineteen or untier. Ail * h -lsh it to be addlremwed to I. Drzabcsars. jr.. ~a ib Itla A<et e,athe- t. Tlhe t'urat~ -n ut.. inti- havel defeated the St..nca.dtI-s by 24I it 1.2. Th..- Young. Giants woulds like- to haear trot tlits ise iaebers are .ot stir 0-vs-t. en. leichardl Fletcher. aiiag-r. 13zt tn-r-t .southbast. lTe Y. l. 4'. A. mi t -. A. t'. teamse will play the seen-d gi.ant o~f ns .r sails- t..ns.rrow af ter notsun at h. M. iA.. ? ark. Giame called at i o'clech. Na v Yaist Nese. Tbs Iron departuient of the foundry la busied .with the casting of shelL. Monday was de voted to turning o'ut 4. t anml 6-inch sheiks and teday about tifty C.. S and Itt-inch missles were emaat. One hundrt.ed and fifteen men are employed here and should occasiost require it ASS or 906 shells per week could be turned out with this fare. The torpedo tube oef the Cushing has been Seted! :nd the rwriveting of the steel plate. which were remonved to facilitate the Sttang in of the tube. mm about all that remain-, to be done. At presnt there are ekeven hunadresi ema ployes at the- yad. and the monthly pany roll is seemethiing like *.5.006. There are on file in the labor employvment burea overusne thnu--a ap hetaan forpsiitiona. appoas Wntzfr ha recoveredl and returned to duty at the commandant's oflice. Corporal Chrisanud has been transferred froms the cam mandhant's omce to duty at the north gate. The channel dredging mashinue Roland. Capt. Hendrirks-on, ha. been withdrawn bec-aus- her boom sei too short to throw the ewcavated me terial behind the l'oplar Point emb-akmaant,ian irdinthe sprartications. Thle crew of the E-and wil be tranaferredj to the drdeMer ge, and the crew of the baster ~buwil operate th excavator Emnese (ain. This substitute for the heland will cut ea ad geies about 1.560 cubic yards of mud nav r. The senreitys of amew in the mariae' gnard at n aryv tsard1 Ias called forth a brilliant pos tir. inv ating the enlistment of men between the aggs of twenty-.me and thirty-flye. nt Ies this See feet jye inchee tall. temperate, oft gend eacter ad eemrat with he Englill lagnge. A neat game of tmnnia was plsred last eeemin to the northwest coart by Mis Head. Mr. Rehert Mead and Master Jask Head, chdrea E the eemmandiag oneer et the gamed.' Th Seang lady worn. A Rumwa. SThi aei ahest Sam .'esee the bas at behstto the bugy of Mr.hBher et 6661 est mm away em~ ea treet netw an d b tot et3 Mi, 300th sisst rem itse be of W. Um~hew MeCsy. Euse ve~msw hentmb.end Qe heens 6M cut -n r.M lIQuy amlt his tsh Qme d ej s --- ALvUaUve'.-It was an "opem m " at Al bangh'. last night as wo as Moday igt, and there was allirn a Vas army a m and chivalry In astend e ee Carlaton company present Das's mleain= and pere popular opera at "The eboamin OirL"%.1 hottme was f and the flnessa thereof was enthmastialy geee In "a plame, so that encores were the ruE. the acting of the opera was perhaps a little st and stilted, the singng was exceptionally good, and in soles enced pasma and has the efteets podc were eminently gratifying to all eoneerned. Miss ell's singing of the part of I rin won several encores for her, and Mr. Carleton. as ArAheint, was so less succesful. Mr. Jay C. Taylor, the latest addition to the ca.t, as Ths4d-,as, made many frienle, and he sang the "Fair Land of Polan " to an encore. tass Wisdom's thpsy Queen was an ideal representatioin. while Mr. Drew's Dretshoof eFeal forth the plaudits of the multitude. Mr. Blake's Florestesn was a fair reproduction of t dude of those days. An incidental d vertassment in the form of sose very pretty and graceful dances by little Misses May Blom soa and Hlildm Jacobi and Master Edward Bow man, all home talent, won instant recognition .1u4 p'1j1nlar favor. The "kids" received a num ber of floral tributes from their friends in the a idie nee. Their dancing will be a feature of the operia. The scenery and coatnmes were on nsuall 1.right and handsome and the whole per fornpence was an unquatfied success. Again tonight. HIAtals'EniuouTzaTrs.-Barribsheaterwas fl!"d Monday evening to its utmost capacity by a Itelighted nudience to witness the production of Fr ink Harvey's English melodrama, "he Wnge- of Sin." and it gave entire satisfaction to its hearers. The plot in clearly drawn, being interspersed with yathos and comedy, and at time. the Pituations are unusually vivid and if,-like. The com ay engaged for this produe tion is one of t trengest that has visited Harris' Theater this season. Mass Loduski Yuang. wel known to theater gose, was very effective in the part of Ruth Hope, and in the fourth act her scene with Barbara the outeast, caused outbursts of a elans, and she was re called several times. 21C Odegard as Barbara Dte was seen to excellent advainta, as was M- Lea Michael in the character JelNima B3;. Some catchy sou were introddld by * . Julia West. and br performance of .ut hana. the actress. ecited much amerriament. 31r. Charles Hallock was at home in the part of Rer. ;eorge Brand. and gave a eunaeientious and dignified portrayal of the charaeter. Mr. Hal Clarendon as .4sryen Marler was the typi cal villain. and his delirium tremens scene was a reAistic piece of acting. Mr. Jay Hunt tatle a great deal out of the comedy part of Nedi rmoew. and his. speciality was loudly applaudel. Messrs. Harry Minnick, W. It. Stuart, Frank lkxbv and others gave efcient support. Again tonight. Kpama'Is Lrcrum TazaTma.-The popu larity of Bob Fitzoinamons. the champion mid die-weight yingilint. was fully demonstrated at Kernan's Lyceum T heater Monday night, when standing room was at a premium. Po great was the desire to see hin a hihi. combination of ,qwcialty people. The program was a good one, and the Juhans. IL M. Carroll, 11entzs atd Rowe, Vanola. Frank Moran. Murrav and Aklh, Don avan and Lee and Mile. Theo were all good in the-ir respective acts, particularly Theo. whdse musical specialties were received with great ap plmae. But the main attraction was Fitzsim mons. He sparred with Frank Dosworth, and the bout wa' rather tame, for it was plainly seen that the apponent of the Australian coildn't have been in it had the contest been in eatnest. The go between Jame. F. Carroll. ex-light-Weight cham pion. and James Lee was eqlually one sided. although it was interesting. Mas. PoLLaD s LIcLTUaE.-Marie Antoinette Nathalie Pollard gave a highly entertaining lec tore '.onday night at the Universalist Church. entitled Mrincess Mu Qui." Mrs. Pollard was dressed in the character of the Chinese princess and told in an interesting manner the lfe of the emperor's daughter. During the lecture she severely scored our social customs and drew alarming parallels, all tending to show the su periority of the Mongolians. Her lecture was interspersed with numerous witticisms and some of her citations were extremely ludicrous. A number of ine stereopticon views illustrated her lecture. Among the views shown were many of the buildings that are to form the world's fair at chicago. These were large, several were in colors. and they gave an excellent idea of the magnitude of the great exposition that will be formally opened next October. Those who were present and who saw these handsome illustrations and listened to Mrs. Pollrd's -graphic descriptions now realize romething of the great work thatis being done by ths.e who have charge of the different departments of this geat international under taking. No one. however, can fully appreciate the immense energy that is being put forth unless they visit Chicago and me the vast army of workmen who am eushing forward the com pletion of tasebuildnmgs. The presentation of such views as were shown by Mrs. Pollard last night. together with her clear and intelligent deriptions, are an educational as well as an intereing entertainment. Tax oxzoLzxs.-The Carleton Com pany will celebrate the fourth week of their re tort with a grand revival of Gilbers and Suli van's great success. "Gondolie's." Last sm mer ther sang this delightful opera at Albaugh's for two weeks to standing room only, with the thermen.eter above 90'. The opera will be put on in splendid style, with new and special ,cener- and mignifi 'tnt costames. Durinp the p.st season Mr. Carleton sang "The Gondoliers" on his way to the Pacific coast with great sue cesst. The opera Is full of melody. wit, bright and amnsing situations and a fund of good na ture. The cast will be W. T. Carlcton as the Due of Plaza Toro. Charley Drew as the In episitor. Jay C. Taylor as Marco. Tom Ricketts as Gui.wpe 11. C. Blake as Louis, Marie Bell as Gianetta. Marion Lsandon as Teasa and Miss Clara Wisdom as the Duchess. There will be a spectal maatinee on Decoration day. Sale of seats begins tomorrow. DL. Jraav. Ast Ma. Hvnz.-Mailand Clarke. who is w(U and favorably known in Wathing ton. will appear at Harris' Bijon Theater next week ini his famnous production of "D)r. Jekyll and Mr. ilyde." The ply is one whose power ful interest has claime the interest of the pub lie in a way that sakes its every presentation an event of the highest interest. Mr. Clarke's imper'onation is remnembered in this city for itq intenMc, almost groeme viviness. Mr. ('larke ha devoted hinmself to a study of the play and his impersounation is full of vigor. Hemi especially happy and forcible in presenting the contrast between the gentle, maly character of I'r. .hkyll and the repulsive, frightful nature of II-l. i trimsformation scene is mysti fying and complete an absolute change of identity seemting to take place before the eyes of the audience. HezLIKs' COsrURtra. Seacuar.Tr Co. Hl.in".' C'ontisental Specisltv Company wiBl make its first appearance at deraan's Lyceums Timeater next Moanday. This is a new attraction, comprising the best talent in the profession, An. rican and European, and promising an entertainment folly up to the st=adad of the atlractions play lng at this house. Asaeug the principal cards a' pretty Polly Hlm.,. who v.i1 be remsembered in connection with thebf mnon. ballad "A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss." as well s for her brilliant versatility, innate vivacity and dazrling charams. IMamnoxa Enseaz's Baxuvm.-Ameug the latest volunteers for Mm=ge E Karma's known English descriptive vocalist, who is noted for his feeling rendition of "Cemmades," wfich he sang here em sveral oseasioms before the (1. A. R. posts. Prof. Win. Neal of Usyon 2ara. 6a.. has volunteered his services amester of ceremonies at the enke wam, Paarucruox Asassr Frua.-Tha Maagr Albagh is doing all In his to aj with all the new regultaes. ead safety of theaters amade by the Ce.mami.mi--... was shown last nhtwhen a nw shestos ear taim was displayed In the event of a Ire In this theater this curtain weald eetivl abut of the stage froam the aditerium and beep the Irieon onseside of is. A Wasu..a-- De me asn O0mm. In an articlsem the Tale Cesee erew the New York WorMd hae the feoewing to sa et Edson, Oslisn==e. of Qis city: nlelaa=ist at strehe is rather a delse-eek ing men, with a Ih15==a ttSCsetaIal ce, end is the handsommest ma- i the boat. Kae s wl quick. harddrv.emL.g two years me steehe ot hi eigbeaa. Nobe net nanded amask imndvil eaehsg ja I is body wesh and watemmep a- an weB and beeps theme woh.~ lsas geed asetm ~ nilbi- ole and saedy tab ho~is mswtl~ teoesser beaer. When rshera sse strees h eeii.t s, gbun .gg hi edeansm b e W . I ~5 W p ____s stg mrn.- Washimetem, W..a ,p~ CupS Bavis, hm Norseb, wit pamese., wta De tern end hsfidme -e idad gee.e u' Three.. d . "ee u bMsn ....m. P C a. G-ai en da"anm the Kem sc, with m 8 os of Ies. supg psnes P141upbla GUP4L IL 1119. vitt, from= P bdel wt o of Read. geel., Asi In Aim river Ilnad humber htr b dJ Barge C. VW. Know Phillh John Mcelavey, bs= witAh-pblA % up" of --adig c02L Potosae. C boerland Bsily, from ind withs 11g se ot Couok-s Uon oal.ur Steamer Washington, Washington, Capt Davis, to Nortok, with fWNght meal, lime, Sour, plaster and general cargo. Schooner Father and Soes, Town Creek, to Breton's Ba in baL. St e rge Law. Waihington, Capt. Do& man, to Wert's wharf and river landings, with passengerr and freiht. To WaL . Stewart-.000 herring, 60 barrels we trout. crocuses, taylors, sheepehead, blue Askh. mackerel and spots. 00 shad, M0 bunches eat, rock, white and yellow perch. 100 pounds of carp, 1 sturgeon and 10 dozen frogs. To 3. H. Richardson--25 shd. 12 barrels asm trout, crocuses. oysters. aheepshead. bluefish, mackerel and spots. 50 bunches, cat rock and perch and 100 pounds taylor. To B. A. Gondes-8.600 herring, 300 shad. 60 barrels aa trout, crocuses, taylors. sheepshead, bluedeh, mackerel and spots, 100 bunches cat, rock and perch, 100 pounds of carp, 900 pounds of turtle and 2 sturgeon. NOTEn. The dredge Condor, Capt. Fred. Summers, is preparing to dredge ths George Law's slip. The tug D. M. ky was yesterday inspected by Inspector of Steam Boilers Saville and Hull nsptor Cooper of the Baltimore district. harbor fre brigade has received 400 feet of Are department regulation hone and a reel. The ice-laden schoonere John J. Hanson and James B. Pace from the Kennehec are due. Adverse northeast winds prevented many sail craft from getting up the river yesteiday and today. Cap. L aeson of the three-mast schooner Child Harold reports that on the 17th instant, in latitude 40 degrees 25 minutes. longitude 76 degrees 10 minutes, he sighted a very large buoy adrift southwest by south one-half west from South- Shore light ship. This is only a little south of the path of transatlantic steamers. The buoy was numbered 14. and had a white painted pole te feet long at the top. Death of Col. C. A. Broadwater. Col. C. A. Broadwater of Helena, Mont.. died yesterday at his home of heart failure. The news reached this city through the medium of a telegram to Senator Sanders. Col. Broad water was in this city for some time during the earlier portion of this month, leaving for Mon tana about ten days ago. He had a large num ber of friends here and was most popular. The colonel was a man of vast wealth. He was presi dent of the afentana National Bank and of the Montana Central Railroad Company. heavily interested in minerals in half a dozen districts, in real estate in Helena and in street car lines in the mine city. He built and owned the world-famous "Hotel Broadwater." with its magnficent natagorium. Recently he took up politics, more as an amusement than anything else, and was known in Montana as one of the local "bIgfour." Thecolonel.who was about fifty six years of age, was preparing to lay aside the cares of business and intended devoting him self to the pleasure and relaxation he found in travel. Anneeia Nstsq. There was an especially enjoyable dance Mon day night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morse. Musie was furnished by members of the com pany. Supper was served. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tully, Mr. and Miss Baker, Miss Josie Back, MIs Constance Lee, Miss Alice Moore. Miss Jessie Morse. Mr. Alexander Car roll. Mr. B C. Bennett and Master Daniel Hooper. The officers and teachers of Bethlehem Bap tist Church are arranging for a May meeting Wednesday. The residence of T. J. Moore is approaching completion. Mrs. L. D. Willis, who has been visiting friends in southeastern Virginia, has returned. Mrs. George H. Armstrong i6 improving. The Anacoatla Baptist Mimson gave a brilliant and well-patronized lawn party in Bryan's grove last night. The cosmittee on entertainment comprised Mrs. Mary E. Crawford. Mrs. Mc Ginnis. Miss Mallis Pyles. Mrs. Adelaide Stan gier, Mrs. Lawson and Mrs. Longley. The Ice cream fount was presided over by Messrs. Ben jamin Taylor and Bert McGinnis. A large table was set apart exp y for the use of the minim classes of the Sunday school. Some of the littleones participating were Eva McGinnis, Mand Stangier. Nettle Kibble, Roe Purcell, Lizzie Webster. Agnes Webster, Belle McGinnis, Frank McGinnis, George Starr and Fare Craw ford. A large sum of money was realized Washlagn Uarralks Nebs. The annual small arias target practice of batteries A, E, H, R and L, third artillery, is drawing to a clwoe. Batteries L and E have completed their work in that line and realized some creditable seores. Monthly inspectien will probably occur Saturday. On June 1 batteries A, Capt. Chester; E, Maj. Turabull; L. Capt. 1ess, will leave for Fortress Mosroe for heavy gun practlce. They will he joined there by battery D, Capt. Knore, from Fort Mclienry. Thee batteries will be relieved on July 15 by batteries H, Capt. O'Hr. and K, Capt. 8Smith, frema.Washington, and batteries I, Capt.. Myrick, (1, Capt. Thurs ton, from Fort McHemry. These batteries will return to their fotmser statiosa on August 31. Tents are being sired and dried in preparation for departure. 'The school for non-coummi. medn officers at Fort Monroe will also be taken Th helhof the garrison is good. Eleven amen are in the hospital, six from battery E. two from battery A, one from battery H and two from battery L. 'Th troubles are princi pellv amalariaL. No aerious case is on hand. Tise ix batteries of the third will soon cele brats the seventh year of their residence at the arsenal. The remanming batteries of this regi ament are stationed at Fort Monroe, Va., Fort MeHenry, Md., and Fort Sam Honston, Tex. The main avenue, "the extesion," is being The Iron pie fiese nloming the hospital A sewer is being laid from the north piekst hons to thems walL Lieut. Ccl. Binbidge, recently ==sigmed to duty here from Fort Mecuery, has arrived. Mjor Ramesy, late of this pest, has rellayed The northwest parade gpound is being mnowed adput n ape. Tims gls aUsg. 1. Wflkises. The femeral o etamimn 1. Witkins. who died last Sunday mluht,will take piee this afternoon. Mr. Witbas wa horn em the Green amountains at Meads., Butland, Vt., and was a printer by trade. Ho easse to W~ahigtne in January, 18M, ts aes$i a peitios in theadvertising dl visio, et the 'eress ee,War Departmeat, which heheld tos~ daet his death. He wasa mesmker 3km Ly No. 16, F. A. A. K., Coi.-bla r0--a-ys ,P...Priland ship a, o, IL 0.0O. l.,and apr nemt ofi th Versmcat stats rnsamise He im'ne. a we adds green ehilsem. A Uesin Pluses ==. Ihe Neher (aba sepsed et 3. M. Randy, c. KEhshmh, P. N. a-madia W. Tasher, sead thek bird lest lE is toem eerd,L. (ass)ekto e sisesd bso d~p -amie os aese f bed wser the wern held eer I= l10 p-tra asen kg(a t sh game j3rn eisted Thinewe.* -Pg M. am@G a AUTION BALE. VN1S A1eanoU. iTm.U3.F IA= & t. Ammen--m ,Am ... WrTVx 9Lt~ ~~fetonCand inaftdhm m.WaR~7~ttwt-etory ba4 bmaa& tc Vuse, t bath, with ral rna Cr to eseure.a home.ern potnt o neten Ter known at male. A depoit of 200 e v y Itthe of ale. Al costeancing recordi r&ecao he purehaser. MydhdakW ~IFFE13. IiARE & 00.. Aucts. SWTM E AJOVE SALE 19 POSTPONED 114 COX nee of e Vaita until TURIDAY, MAY N INE ENTH the e hour and late. m I A LIFFE, Co.& CO. Aucts. -THE AOVERBALEIafU HER POTPOEDXn i ati-ouni Uv rain until EDNESDAY, MAY WTY , at si hour and ,. 13RA FF, DABA CO.. myli-dada ______Auctioneer. DUNCANiON 3RO8, Auita.. Wth eadDta. n. w. LARGE BUSINESS PROPERTY BEING ENTIRE FRONT ON OHIO AV NUt (U-50 FEET) A FRONT OF 1.0 FEET ON 1:ITH STREET AND A FRONT OF 216 FEET ON 13% STRLET X0O1THWENT. (pWEDNESiD, AFT ZNOON. MAY TWENTY 71 II. li2. at VE O'C , we will "ll in front of the prenise. LOT N 7 AND S. 8UA RE 'MO. Beiaiieot TWO4IJRDS of edthaqpr "Nod Unt oft 011IOAVENUE U T1Han.8(l:1VIVE rTH ST. A splezad location lor large beat. Ie&". dwelling.% tAm-try. Be. Trmas. One-third ceas balance In one anl two years at 6 pi *ni ler annum Ia able seus-annually. and at o f purchaser. A de..t , '1 W) r.0quirer on Co. p1ro rty at tiae of sale. Coni.yitwinI. &, . at h ciser a cet. Terna to be comlied with n fiteen otherwise spesle at risk and cost of defaulting nec amer after live ay' advrtsement of much resale m wapaenWashinto. i. C mall-ddm DUCA f31BRON_ utine. W ALTER IL WILLIAMS & CO. Atetionee"-. VALUABLE BUILDING WT. FRONTING ON RH DE VAND AVENUE BETWEEN IXTH A08 8RVENT T 8 TS 'OPPOSITE PUBLIC ItEltVATIO NOR HWEST AT AUCTION. WEDNESDA MAY TWEN Y-FIrII.- AT S O'CLOCE 1'. M.. we shall a-lI . in front of the Premnmma. lot 8. In square 442. havi 20 feet front byav.er depth of about 71 feet 6 int maks aoaa vetyteninrable hudiling lot, and sboul comm a th aittentinr -if busyes. Terms of eale One-third coah. balance In aix and ton inbah. for ntie bearlingi Interest from inay of e. s cured ty a deed of trust on the propert wold. 1803 down when I werty is struck of. A cotjnv%ancih,. be. at nilcare' inst. y-s ALTE .WILIIA S&CO.. Anct. HANCERY FRE F LAiIEE VACANT LOT BE ~ OT & N13 A 1-E ROITH OF SQlJARA 744 IN AR TON CIT& DC FRONT I~d 14 0ANDFIRST S1lSETS SOUTH EART. Under deeree of the Supreme (ourt of the DMtict of Columbia. pa in Eqiluit caue No. l'1214 (Si leld's wit Younir atl. ). wo, wi ll sItatMa-l autio n l frontt e peetsueei. on WE IEIIAY. MAX TfN - TY-FITI JIM0, at FIVE O'CLOCK '. M.. lot ann. heres fhour 14). In squnte south of square numbered aven hundred and forty-four (744),. In Washington city 1) C. erms: One-tiird cah, and residue In one and two yean fron day of %al,. with In'Mrest payabl s.ni-l annnally, for whieb vureba.ser will .-Ive notes, or all c.ua. If d1stred. $20deaosiat required at tine of %ale. lfte v nay. gay..:, to ciply with terms. and all con 5cYawiig at cost of wirdcasr JOB BARNARCD. 'iWKJ :,h at.n.w WILLIAM J. MILL1E.- Trustees. _48(* Lo avey. u. w. TWOS. . WAGGAM N. Auctioner. myl3-d&ds LATIMEl & S.OAN, Auts.. 14070 st. A VERY VALUABLE BUll I1.1ING SITE IN ONE OF THE MOST DElItAISLE SETIONS OF THE CITY AT AUUTIIN, ISlEINO LOT 23 IN S UARE 111 lTU'ATr' ON It STREET NEAIL C NN-.CTICbT AVENUE NOICTIWEST. On WEDNFSDAY. MAY TWENTY-FI FlI, 180, at FIVE O'CLOCK - P. in frout of the premises, we will sell lot 2.1. sare il1. frontinir 14 7 ou R st. near Conn. ave. b, a dpth I li6. to an alley. This I- one of the msost desirable lot* that has leen offered at auction for sone time and should coninand atten tion. Terms: One-third cash. balance in 1. 2 anr 3 years. with lraterent. and ec urerI by a deled of trust in the progerty. Conveyantmn ai rlocordimiar at purchaser'a cost. j200 reqjuired at tise of male. my 9dkda I.ATIIFIt & %LON. Aucts. THIS EVENINII. SALE TONIGHT. (III PA. AVE. - Ovevr N1.(lY) luts of Oenuine Diamonds Gold Watches. %ilsv-r Watches. Villel Watches,. hain Itinas. Units. Bevolvers from New York Pawnabroker's AAsociation. niy20-3mu FUTURE DAYS. R ATCLIFFE, DARR t O.. Auctioneers. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF A LARGE AND WELL-AS NOItTED STOCK OF OtOCERIEm. WINES. L1411101111 CIOARS1 TOBACCO &c.; BEING T E RNTVRE STIK CONTAINk N %TORE NO). i ELEVENTHl 8TFF SOUTHWEST. UNEK Or MARYLAND AVENUE, AT AUCTION. By virtue of a deed of asigalunent given to me and duly renordtei. I will nell by public auction on the preinae. No. ';3 11th at. .w.. -in THtSlt DAY MOUNINO JUNE bECON D, COil IENCI NO AT TEN O'CLUCK, the entire tock contained in store,. con serinerr in part F.OU TEAR, SUGARS. COFF'k SPIC-. 140US PICK I.. SAUCFR CATS P. 8ADINE EXfRACTS. YEAST PO*DER. C3iCOA. CA KE10, CRlACKERSt STARCH. Bt1001H CANDLill, CROcE Efty. CIGARS, TOBACCO. PAINTh BitUSHE4. ROPE, TIN WAE, VIN EGAR. SIRUP. MOLA4S8ES. 01 WASHBOAltDR rIE WINElC BRANbIES, IRON MAF SHOW ASES. ke-.. Together with a full line of Selected (rocries un ally found ina first-clams grocen- store. to which the attention of the trade and private buyer* tos called. WM. IL SHOLEM. Asasbree. my25.d RATCLIFFE. DARR & CO. Aucta. RATC''FF-ARR B CO.,Auct..,W0 Pa.ave.n.w. FOUBRHUNDRD SHARES OF THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE BRIGHTWOOD RAILROAD COMPANY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS OF THE FIRST MIORTGAGE BOND8 OF THE SAME COMPANY BY AUCTION. On MONDAY. MAY TWENTY-THIRD. A.D. 192 at ONE O'CLOCE P.M.. WE will oSll within OUA 8ALES IOOMS. 00 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NORTHWEST. at the request of the holder of the collateral note. to the t hi ders. the above STOCK AND BOJNDS. Terms cash. XATCLIFFE, DARR & CO.. muylti-d Auctioneers. BW'THE ABOVE RALE IN POSTPONED UNTIL WED.EDAY. MAY TWENTY-FIFT N 1 aN hour and place. Bjrder of the holder of the collateral nit. RATCLFFE, DARE B CO.,* Aucts. mry21-ledb 3WTNE ABOVE SALE 113 PURTHER POST. ned until WEDNESDAY, JUNEFIBT, l1W2. sme. Bneoder of the holder of the collateral note. RATCLFFE. DAltR B CO.,* Aucts. myrudadhe DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. 215 C STREET NORTHWEST. By virtume of a deed uf trust duly recorded in Liber No. 125' folio '73 et meq., one of the land records of the Dastt of Columbia. and at the reqnuelt of the parties ecured thcry we will tell in front of the rulse. on TUEII& THE IIEVENTH DAY OF JUNE. A. D. 1lilt. AT FV O'CLOCE P. M1. the fol lowine real estate. mituate in the city of Washinrfkn and District of Columbia, and known and designated am part of origrinal lot numbhered one (1), in square south of 'sure numbered eve hundred and seventy. two (~7). en.nani'ng for the. mame on the mouth lin of ai square at a point two hundred and tea (210) feat wee, of the southeast corner of maid auarc, and runing the nthetr snutndninet-fve one teemn and twenty-Ave one hundredth. (1..) feetts then'e santh 3fyoeand eighty one hundredth. (31l.U) eet to Cstreet ; thence wenut on the north line of mads treet nineteen (119) feet to the place of begin ning. together with alt the improvonients, waas, riht eaaeuaente Arvilee and apputeance. tou* ale ~obe made at the rikand cOat of the defaultn aurkeer at aeale ef the eaid lareme- under thremi tadofirut aforegaid made on the 1tda'of De cember. 180., to OI. W. MSchoney through Jame .I My t o mle: One-thirdecash. Maa intweqa latallne. payable In one and i the maid .-ianhe...be nmsnt.d dy atecan he da 1amle. pith 6 Itr, irablpsut *-o'et od.o ll&.a caim of tep termato ensle within tern dythe toe eserigth elatt ase et defaul t nmR lae than fi' a' dv o W.,hbnt. .....itreilri n la 0 ny25dbes C_. _ _ __nste LASGE C ORNER F W13 ORT.w T~ IDA g- ram saanace. AU1!CTION RAL wean3.ea..... AT DT A ATS ETN K 'lA.. E HOIFLOLD WEDE FOR FOO PAkIAm AND BED ROO SETR DINING AND KITCHEN FiRNM RERIOEIATOR. ICE 10OE8, SIDEBOAS MIRRORS. SHOW CASES. kc.. &c. ALSO ONE FINE THREF-PIECE WALNUT SUITE AND TWO FINE BOOK CASES. It L*" "'''--SWAN. A"o-' IMPORTANT CATALOGUE SAL OF A FINE COLLECTION OF ZION-CLASS WATER COLORS. COMPRISING ABOUT ONE EUNDRED PAINTINGS BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS. -AMERICAN SCHOOL" Louis i. Harlo'w. Julian lis. mnilton Haundito. S. I. Chefee, Arthur Dawson. Hardesty 0. Merata, Edward L. Feld. L C. Erie. Otis Weber. Goo. N. Gar. "ENGLISH SCHOOL" Walter Part. Biagham Mcuiem. Enooh Dard. 3. J. Kinnaird. W. Reynalds. C. I. Mattram. *FAENOR AND ITALIAN SCHOOLS." 0. Aireli. Victor las. F. Nlard. 6. Fortunati. F. Dsul. F. MartiaL Framt Carloforet. Be1t Bartltag , And many others of high reputation. This superb collection of Wate Coloe will be em alhibition at our elegant auction roors MONDAY and TUESDAY. MAY 1 an f. from 9 A.M. UNTIL a P.M. The ale will commenee promptly at ELEVEN A. 1. and THREE P.M., on WEDNESDAY AND TRURS DAY. MAY TWENTY-FIFTH AND TWENTY SIXTI. LATIMER & SWAN. ny2O~t Auctioneers. S ENSINGOT. A CCTIONEER, 3. WASHINOTON BR8E AND CARRIAGE BAZAARt. PEREMPTORTY SALE OF HORSES AND MULES. Will 1e wAd~ at thne BazaaNtjOuianavue THUItSDAY NGM NTST a TEN O'CLOCK.iten head of Horses and twelve Mules. shipped here by Mr. Ell Wilan of Philadelphia. the Wh. lot to be sold without r~eerve. mU-2t H. BENSINGER. Auctioner. ITALTER B. WILLIAM CO.. Auctioneers. BUTCHER'S OUTFIT AT AUCTION. Ou THURSDAY. MAY TWENTY-SIXTH. AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., we shall %ell. at atre No. 510 11th street northwest, the following articles, partially MAR LE-TOP AND OTHER COUNTERS IRON NAFE. COMBINATION LOCK. STORE FIX TUIIE4 SIIELVINO. MEAT RACK AND BENCiYER. FISH STAND MEAT BLOCKS HALT MEAT SLAB OqE-HALF BARREl V-ICK LES OTTO GAS 4ACHI NE. LARGE SHOW WINDOWN. IRON GRATING AND CELLAR bEJltM. AND IOAER ARTICLESTOO NUMER OTFS TO MENTION. Termscash. WALTER B. WILLIAMS& CO.. muy24-2t Auctioneere. ATCLIFFE. DARR & CO.. Auctioner. O) Penna. ave. .. V. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS CON. TAINED IN n117 N (GAY) STREET WEST WASHINGTON (OEORGETbWN). D.C., BY AUCTION THtRSDAY. MAY TWENTY-S*tTH. BEGININNO AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M We "ill -Il te fine turniture contained therein to the hithqbat bidders for cah. 'iwhich to a seve, tona 'onsixsaof ELEGAN RfT'f AN D PLU A I R SUITE OAK. WALNUT AND ASH CHAMBER SUITES. ODD BEDSIEADS. HAIR AND SHUCK MAT TRE'911 WOVEN WIRE SPRINGI PILLOWS AND BOLSTEltS, LACE CURTAINS. WbRTIERES WALNUT M. T. SIDEBOARD LARGE DININd TA BLE. DINING CHAINS YALNCrT M. T. AND FANCY TABLES INORAIN BRUSSEt.8 AND RAG CARPETS RAHOGANY 'AND OTHER SIDE TABI.ES. TOILOT WARE, RATTAN AND OTHER ROCKERS. ChUPCKERY AND OLASS WARE, KITCHEN r['RNITUI E AND NECESSITIES an ..ther articles us'rnl irn housekeepingr. This lurnitur is all in good condition and shouid command general attenoon. RATCLFFE. DAIt & CO., Aucts. m y'.1-d SUTEES' SALE. EM NFR SURREY. ONE CANOP NET DOUBLE HARNESS 1'O8ETS SkGLE HARNESS ONE GENTUE'AN'8 SADDLEIONE W ADDLET BRIDLE tE LAP ROBES, ONE GRAY MARR AND'ONEZ BAY HORSE. By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated April 2 I!. and duly recorded in Liber No 1(1 folio 17 et .. one of the land records of the District of Co lumbia and at the request of the narty ecuredthereby the uunmeriynel trustc.es will sell at ulic auction, U& orin froto I he auctionroon.. of hesors. Weks k Co X-. iI.7 Louiiaa venue northw-..enTHURSl DA1 NEXT.THE TWENTY-MIXTH DAY OF MAY, m.,tE N O'CLOCK A. M. t hfollowiag de personal property. to wit: e Cut-under Surry one y-top Surry. Otm4 Bugm one Pole. one set Doucble Harnes. two noe Single room 0one Uentleaan's Saddle. one Lady's Sadolle, two Bridles. three Lap Robes, one Gray Mare and one Bay Hors. Teorm of sale cash. my23-3 DAVID MGAN. Trustee. R ATCLIFFE. DARR & CO., Auctionees. 920 Pa. ave. nw. VERY DESIRABLE AND VALUABLE U N I PROVED REAL ESTATE AT THE NORTH EAST CORNER OF NEW YORK AVENUE AND SECOND (OR KIRBY) STREET NORTH WEST BY AUCTION. ON THURSDAY AF TERNOON MAY TWENTY-SIXTH NALF-PAs~r FIVE ox-LoCk~ IWILSL IN FRONT OF THE PREMIS$8 PART OF ORIGINAL LOT 4 AND LOTS 33 AND 34 OF CASSIDY ET AL.'S SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SAID LOT 4. IN SQUARE N-A. Fronting k8M- feet on New York avenue and 146l feet on Ik1 (or Kirby) street northwest. This perty is beautifully located on one of the hirhest ponsin the city on the line of the electric railwa an admir abiy adapted to advantageous subdiviin irb-dlliar Tem Oue.third cash. balance in ne and two years, with Interest at the rate of 0 per cent per an num, payaile semi-annually from day male secured aded of trust, ot all cash, at the opnof the put cer.A deposit of EI2% reuired atetieof sale. Termis to be .ompjlied with InSend or the right to resell at the rask and cost .of the uting nur 'chaser Is reserved. Alleounverancing, recordiag. Mc.. at lIfrchasr's cost. _ my2O-dtcds CORINEIUS CKNARDT. Attorney. VALABAY-WINDOW BRICK HUS o 913 FRENCH STRET. BETWEENR ANDS WEST. BY AUCTION. ELEVENTH. AHALF-AT POUR O'ICLC.w will offer for male in front of the premises, by pubi auction., SUB LOT 111. IN IUARE 329. Frontinr II feet .1inehes on eahmlstret. with 4 dpth of 90 fl.t al5-ot in ey. anidimproved ""Ii".mle Two tho...a Ste hundred ram tow bepin rahte ba.-ne to s.t tshe .c~r with Inoete e ate ot 8 par cent per eaum m cured byr de of trust on the property or all casha the oy whof the o ehsarm A dps& Jto bewt aifteen da 'aor the rihto resell at the rsad cost of the 4gutn ucaser is reserved. All conveyno Purchasertscost. . IRATCLIFFE. DANE & CO.. Austa. The pshsrtthe male having tMned to uun a thes ae e..of.. d.. ilbreoiate U3 AY.MA IN TEm et abvdem ea .at FIE E.cC is mv11elds DAR.. 00.. Ases. W TE ABOE SALE IBWf~L1U T__&seats a es essee.Shnsnv se aMA w~l *0a AUCTION SALES. LATEMEE & SWOA. I~ NDiin SRUTEOTRWTM W.'s#ist apict -PusW M"-hb~ l * " R * aU k a - Strlatione at the&eso OVROKING 'PH Epirzfe TT Tfe aubdlioimofArltine atie 1a= tong Park. rte.t the gssl Smaa I n oe ofShe dseai go tW. as te I sdo theAr~n U msy amandee? ares. it a tth Unestol gAe ofteg f"a - lieffttal ruvernment Is sunelyeaemin a lare azuoumat of m mnma inthe featesoA tonthe ed theia se&eeer a Catt IoSt y aa rbef Ce the forsacal appropietionitheee leyg ota driks s Ae r erd a is..10a o t Park. y ont. flUo t Team, runming (A iedcilbitsth-city.e The Po the 'h n dbe atgiet hetere a mect Ila t A 1sreihie fia1h hadse goalr 4 the city; ol oft 1 0urvey@ 0f VWtoorss aok rob ever Or 4looride; - aldtric ralrd 2W thin lwat wiia fewAn mae f a Teary E cwads natural pr stodieo ofa aatoptaf Overlookieg e it re the magnseneet chens vee.l fr esendia in an unben line frm the ROMS DWLIG &SONtarte .6p2he, at a w. TEp= es. the oE RlimtoH. ar d Ia sH mor ti se sand wih ths co ta of dbios * A5. estIpabe 1TICt7n Cam UMr eAm h tmes p te he t Mowa ImAt oA Ahe di.d umn~ul toAcinse a lET ET Ahtch TaO M"' 'A e;; N et d P1 have yleare tie bae-et VI Or deoed oft=s aAiolto f th q red ithin a fe nrsey a few of the unTvalei ' dvantgeas a ue~gato. sAd ir l., nuer fture wl he the aund se ac u ilnbat wtLt0,in a ' som u o 1:tve'mud a ucbee her. whether for a hoe f.r bmettor a vpeh mo raamleth around the Retihe eiyl eeiaaeeaae chan of aamisuos2 n 1,a pa. hth cash. Taleaf to one. two a thre' year. with nol. bearing latervet ad r r..by deed of tr-ialt 1Property Wi,4 or all 0. It at option of rc e A cmverchig at coMa d purchaa. "I" dolas dpeolreqire a each, lot at time of taed 00 Promhsta been woolit on Muplllear we*& froa Mash A. mywS-71X Aikn=Me THOMAS DOWLING i SON. A.".. ^O li.. SPCEAL AND PERVJIIITURT SAkE OF JA5 O0 Y(U .4 DRIVING, RID x . WORE OWUE AND MEULE AT A'TAI .t O N FRIDAY MAY TR AB.SVNT IB at TEN )*CLOCtk A.M.. wewill ealls 9W L4momad carriage bazsar. In the resrof SI C14E aE a car load of good! Heree~a s U, ytie And tin tbis collection of hack. toill 2 mUroe s- sme good draught aruba. No poul 'tomemto account oX weathr. THOMB AUN CA 1ny24-= AacIouee, THOMAS DOWLING & SON. Amie.. 612 3.5mw. IMPROVED PROPERTY. NO.. *ECO% STyEiET SOUTfWaATIOT. OD TRC EDAY MAY HllTYHVIIIT. 1W. at HALF-PAST FIVtE O'CLOCK P.M1. we will "ell. in frt-.ni of th. proatule'. Lot 10. 1s equare no. S&L. froatlnv TO1 tel -o the e~ aide of EAstreet by a depth ,of 154 feat to. awidtll9 Improved li afrania boome. T1;9. ANNEo. C22 .i s het sout we a. T tie Oe-third sah: alaCe IT sue ad two roate with interest. seurud by deed of tram Aga she r operty. or all cash. at the Opticsr of Parcher. A eC osit of 41300 reqtkira at wlem of sae Coy ancinyi ad recarding A rMrche-6 oat RATL4-dde THAS D LIG & *Any HOMAI D AR0lM(G & .ON. Luau., 612 Ei. nw. AEIGNES EALE OA IMPROVED PROPERTY. Sr e o oasted undp a certain de berearwr dt n E. Bthe .dm Ryan Il P. M.. in triAl of tla p *- nsethe followag doe.-itbed real estate in theoUro Wifthilom4. 1100ritt Of C1 Iwebia. to wit reot a00n Wal'ssurdfvluk iper a qn a a3ll c rove'lycing .atorot.ac-rkden. No. y -lth at. a.w. t am sa. bei. and all moderm imp~rovemnenta. CanbIetnedas atora Stable for two, lorses and two vehicles on rear of Wo. Termt of malos: Propierty is sold subject to tret. aniomntlng to *fS.whicb can be paidoff or aacamwd by pstorhar: balantce csh. A deposit of $110 r. quired at tiitaof sa. Title paretf Termoo of sale mut-t be comaplied with within 115 byes, otbherwise the esaarue re~r.atihe rieht to reell thie propearty at Owe tik fth efuting ptarchaeer. All conveyacig at camof .JAMES H. TAYLOR. aA . uny5-dkds 613 S RTHE TEMS OF DAELE OF TEE ABOVE MEN. tional roprt nt arm tbe foilled wHit the maPt property will in resold "~lei~ cdjthe a In trout of the Irsaesm. V RIY JAM E TALOR, my2t-dhda G1s lab of* IRATOLIFE. DARR &CO.. Auctg.*0 Pimare, a. w. ASS1YN EES SfIE OF ALARGASRTNENT 0FINE D OES. SLIPPERS AN ) TIES FOB LADIES. GENTS CHILDRLEN AND INFANTS, ZUBBK* ARM ALSO M KX BRATEP O MAMUArrUEER OPAI () . BY AUCTION. By virtinoftadeedo at isre8V -em 4MVA duly awoewded. I willsl b' 2TION the auction room ofraA UACLFE DA.E adO AUCTIONEERS . 1v.. ONTU DAY MAY ME[T-FriST. 1QU BE INNING ATVERO('CLOCK AM. AND0 -OETNUINOIECH DAY HKRKArIT USTILALL48 SOLD. A FIX LINE OF SEASONABLE FOOTWEAR. and to wgh I invite the attearim ar the troa ad Tb an the STOCK I IN GOOD Ne A T'Z7&S: CASH. 930.V. ABBOTT.Aja. RATCmlIFFe. DA CO.ws. ap.-= RATCIIFFE DARR & CO.. A00. CISANCER1Y S ALE OF TWO DWLLIN 0 DSTPfE WtyH LOTS. BEING NUMBERE13 AND3 IVY PLACES . IN WASHINGTON CITY. BE. TWEEN NEW JERSEY AVE. AND! 8011112 CAPITOL ST. N. in hunt of hem o ONDA V XT A O L U.1 . lots numberd 35 1nd A In tL H. .yame S . original lot numbered 1S.5 in st nulirad I. in Wahinirun City D C bein luaswavuld by two dwell feflnu:bbe4hlrd Aash. balance Is -o sAd two yestos With intres at a lent per anna froi day of Mae e~tl sumiaannttay. or san egk as Optin of pu . 100 deposit required as each lot. a" al coneyacng at St .rcbu Coat. JOB ANA,, 'ad . . naY24.d8da 50 Soh @. S. RAe..- A 1 . Aa..a VER .EIAL W-TR.BSMN N CLR"BRK HUM 9e)-..OtE g.I WJ SQUREam AUCTION SALEFL Rt''""" " 3aY* - .* aan ". * cON! RAOLWW. DARR a M.A Bo R~N. is~gyn A~A " fps, A. I"'ten. PA"tR gu N N - Ti.-'LEt:.. r:"...mAs!.';' o~k. A Ii ~ ?11h11T ODD W lhC oINAlh~iFNttKl *11,T6ic N AOU" s.FAT Hwin PI at fi@-Ask% St4 e "- --- - t -- - -f usettn-. 4s gkAeg' Roc OA A UllAA b vinh l& 3ftEiW1TL% ANDI Ptat FUI N ;AC'T ROC."'a AI' a.enx m-e trI.st ou.'r"ai! mmd* o, m"c;'. ..L.*IPU .AKU &00..*LUia Y1IU N" SWN. uIa *t 14-0Akt. cim z fCCOKS A FIR &ASl~lEl.ocs ANDP SAP T 0A EFTSUAU" ~emfe.1ettswrr ofs~ go&al04 thea .s.*#= AT12FTZ....^ C.. A"M."er e.E"4.o aecialter.I wall a.11 rn.s. 70-atreet %ahrt<.IATJ 141. If TW YWSTM D AY OF WAY. lm!. a E . A ... 'h0 ow tWmta ao'A 4 tbe Now Irk Cetral m4 Hu t.. ....r so r r , 4 saresof the 4yatal aft-eko at tb os. a ot m adMe.. - . I 1 1 t runk. a 1 a .. ot . P ,rtwr. * md vato Ot i" -. T-ra gAl" IttO.e Iuim. M 6 P eye GOai Aftn"f DICU (I NoISM SECOND S iL at . . w . Ft t O. IDI A VIEL O a V we Wil ;F .".ir ;s-" actio. S bm" Of the '"'"M 3Wir . LEE 6'... -msti1'at 'emi me aa. d c Te. Or Ida eemmhra of 61110 mE11. OF41 al h.e at the UP1111 Of thes s*14-hmaw A ,a ~ tro el w h tgt torev -aultimr .Mr-ieern : eerv-d. All oenveraacte. e.iag. r. ...=* . mas of the .ohM. -.nuyS;d.CUFFE. DARR &O.. At. R ATCIFF1 DARK k 0.. Artisim.. CMANCjfT SALE OFT' R'"'" "' " Aisi"* ON Tci STR 11 "u " deae "'*. eum . . Rudolp "4'=t' ' . 6' 0 the Is in "ste1 wiIL to fostof tpprpulee. m WDWEDA1. THlt. FIR147 DAY 0 lU K. AL D. Irna EALFr.PA) vS VoVc G P. M :amrsl r.bl~cloo. 11".'i a...."E"''" ""|:. rF"l1!2451awa me lt New. V1. V i4 t icheobs's mudreof Nay . . T'rme of " "ale O"e-thir - at pure. chaft aoeyI all and mthe frot "av .1 alea. fl= hc the purhamr w l-mmre el 1ri.v :reniomr ms with in rbirnals of alme, all- at the pV .--. t, . ev.. u.tilml o -'r t:C End 'mt.. have bee tea A eiof $51 will bF required "a each .4 w m Alses s ir at partae| cn. Te6rm idmat h e aemplimi with U Sf. D u CASOX S... Au | ... Sh mmd Vm ww. TRUSTE1 SALE OF I UPROVED REAL ESATE IN (MOD HOPS PAME IN TIM DISTICT_ OF COLUMBIA. 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