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~ihaansreabeTmehikse-r.cesa Thibed et ger eam-36e. s me a The vonus Sow. Becayn.g, Jmm a3. I8L An auder has been ised by the school board - 'aiin-M Tuesday, Uth testant, as the day OW S eemmenement of esmiatom for teauhers' eerdieste. On that day and Wed May eminsuari for second and Ireigrade 1 lae place at the Toem st th place. OnThursdaY. esiared wilbe ex~amined. The- erectel 'moi."c each day at 9:15 a-m. and close A d: .Applieuin tr he is the Otste ;= chool St. mary fa iay and St. Jobn's Cnlege will present them-. selves on Tusedav. 2th. at the same ties and . other examination for teacher' cer Cm will be held this year. The board and the petrown of the scboob' are much gratiled at, S ation of the countY commi"Wioner in agree to p priate *65.000 for the support of Robert B. Peter. e"q.. of this piece. after pending a verv crditable examinatina. haa been mmit*ed to practice at the bar of the circuit s t for thw county. Mr. Peter now hold* the position of auditor of the -ccounte of the The excitement attending the action of the bepubtcan national convention hue somewhat 801bided. and now all eyee are turned toward Chisego. It io understood that several promi nent politician- of the county will be in attend anFe on that occasion- some favorable to the ne-mnation of Cleveland. smu merely pretend log to be so and some openly opposed to him. 'gee his recent brilliant services in behalf of the renomination of President Harrison Mr. Lais E. Mct -oum is more atrongly urged for Congrees by he. many friends in this county as Se most available man under the ircuma etaces and the most useful if elected. Recent reports from various sections of the conty represent the present wheat crop to be In good condition and promisng a large yield. Should the presrnt very hot weather continue it is thought that harveet will commence dar kag the latter part of next week- The grai! esopisreprestedaei being short and of rather peer quaty. Corn looking well, but isbeok-! ward on aceount of late planting. The fruit erop wil be short, especially appis. SL.A. Dr. and Mr. J. Henry Brooks have returned Io their home after a weeks sojourn at Old Point Comfort. Mrs. Robert West ha purcbased the Que-no tewn personage and a lot adjoining and sold her lot on UiversitV Height. to the Mes=s. Lumis and ani Sherwood. Rev. Tather Mackin of St. Paul's Church of Washington and other etelatical dignitis were recently es.ining eigible te fr a iharel for Brokland perish. Mrs. Hlen Hawe Howard of Red Wing, Mia.. who has been visitingreintives in Brook ad for some time pea, has returned to her Mr. Pa. of Washington hAe been Paying a Visit to Mr. Charles Noena of University ja.and Mrs. P. 9. Johnston. Mrs. Thema John-o and daughters Of Philadelphia and S.. Robert Johnston and daughtbr of Oba nom. Ky., sre the gust of Mr. and Mr. G0. R, Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Quina of Ro e Manor, s Brcionnd gave a h- ten on saturday in thelrof their g te m n imednod 4 Prtorel ival and Gerbert. Mr. and Mrs. res Behrens anddaw h ter have been visiting friends at Sylvan at, Brookland. Mr. Heider. er.. of Brentweed road =id last week onL a trip to Europe. Miss Grace Thomans. who has been quite iBl for a weak or more. is convaleocing. Mr. Cha- Markwood of the eingon and tH. elecric read as been promoed to The etiuo of supervisor. vib Mr. Sat Gargs, and the accepted a lucrative pesd on the metropolitan street radlroad. Thiere seems every Prs et c te erection of a town the siee esetedr' the larg losar hel o "eait becE dance and Queen Hare a A n and and the railroad. Tha lot wil alow of the erection of a commodihus budin and a As Parking. Chldre='e day ae rhe quest ad Church was celebrated wit a Awe ." of the beautiful progrem "ommer Joy Bate to both piano and erges --ta-p-ande Te. parno weaspresidedeverby Wes and Mr to0 and tha organ by ir Anandetwood. e72n reciater. were given by the Masri- Dryer, Snoo" yur, y Shew iee-mi- Betrice and vica you, Hatie Owes, et and Rmi Lynch hand As" oFd it "J oWte" wore given by ir. J. L get superintendent op the bdety shool: Mrs. J. L, Lard. or.: J. R. Iord, J.: Mrs. C. G. Lynch, Mr. I. Queehimbanh anrs. J. I. Lord, jI. The prismary department ae- the en wrise in a very Is IrIte mner fad the re. Mr. MCleen. Re. Robert Wes and Mr. C. . Lynch spoke in a stirring and etertdim theamer. The sringdre's day byin t O th m mah-ey werk -... ed .a..i tothsl rWhy That oua I moliced In yoar bsse -of MAt evendng eat "ay hadeepes" ato A Drft iark VIA thi knew "what it meng " by the gr men never mopping, but al omy Their plaer. It Is very ey twee : d eae as to do ib to pay a vit to o wrarf h ele the garbage I emptied ft - the barrel en a seow. The ener It o to have oag timse art te day satte ngestren hde barri. This sorting is done by the hand e. as they reot each one to otis a prie in the shape, of a salver spoon, fork or knife - weit has been carslesly dropped into the sop by th rolingteer. Whyi thatouh helhg deand fihth for had attemtionra pthi een af norcin tidedi thelhe ismaevytepo Ts e Eor e The Essir. e hc r hv enmppturedn the nawiongo ceapia and noi anere aete isesbye sa a-gdns from "niydwn' ty mrinohoratcn. onteset inses rued itdih ammn d be th te ar jens is I C opped hnia. Ten aue seInto was aosed by the htentri cry. legisb:laivems e ncutive a fhrites t h " e, o prohibirn tha an himn. undi the ciizenl dadwtha tnhle sce.rtuae te et lttl quetslep iote slemadrn-g laer- roigd downsl thrngthe lotg antd emir nist, f ord ermp or petens Re ofte enfown he regie is wbrrsae by thwe Bee erthnerreisie ers he soekwers- v agaie captrth a qtuna cAiand noth rorbaed hbnoi ande abie to hetvs ht ser. dur the wa Ietu about twen dan th p.ee. od hresoppind whi skadeestnte dih ato eshores at ustemp atlmt bt jturst .a oIte bet. to an ges Ial rissraroubay the dsaedtaries, w*t chie mesb ta!hem' yar r Ah Aftasemr a thatr eted and hor. ulnt the ==yma d ied way . th istmce.rl ti Nowh k, I=1sande willee ad erp Setld wn wath see a Bout eent oftre te borde of dr--im-- Iep was mie, thi thi tmeb a retlan faleo spe ea berries! were! stranbe siiSrabrisiNe fresh sTw ta nwerriea Pladhgbets for ai qrter ~And tem e cary fas by athnher oi two ese ahe e.ethis s ep o abut t Maa haer the eer teod ee ping the ip es hmae ame ait the bat e arms one an -n h te ieo te oree.oindaan mee ean ries ti buy th e ougy t berito wiehien eSbs Smrown theie. aid "If at f r f ye -d t se. met te e n has h i e ad teath. Det fte wht see - Ltrit ftie juta "bla -ep hby en yweyeeis a gi asmeti tme by -aeIaiamiet RwAWmvnax, Ma, JI m , 3 m. A large ecmgren was premit at the Hyettrile Pobe seeming to . witues the eebras of (aildroen' dW. The I ceameel was bemuthaif desented with Gweea mad twlve d rent omes, with apprupriate maoaee and serl emsbem, formed e pro ~U MisMne Fouler adaiably rendeed mole "Waiftneand Watching for U.," d Rev. C. I. Livingsion, i delivened a I lnteresg address Is the Win. Smith, colored, w arigmed betere yIesse Murky in uodemburg on te eharge of bea into the 8' House. me was fonod gSty end so in defult of "M boud. The Ryattvlfe Athletic Pose Bell Club layed the Pene= OEMa mine Saturday even- 4 and defeated it by a more of 10 to . The , psese was witnessed by a large and ollenadi erowd. A concert will be hold In 1a.mic all on the 29th instant for the ,benefit of the Masonic Lodge of this place. A n==har of Washingto I irtists will take part in the perfor.-ce. Mr. Chow. Mareh of the penion oice will be married to Miss Eva Rhodes, at the residen of I her father. at TIighiends, on the Nth Instant. Rev. C. M. Livingston. poster of the Hyatts 'ie Presbyterian Curch, will perform the eeremony. A branch of the Baltiftore Building and Loan Asoeciation ha been estblished a; Hyattsvie, with the fnlowing dicer and directors: Marion Duckett and attorney; Ge. Te, rice ; Taylor, ecretary; LIAn Ford, treasurer. Beard of directors: E. A. Fowler,C. H. Jacobs. W. P. Magrud, . C. Browning, . I. Barchard and T. . rooks . The regulr monthly - of theg , the Pikney Memorial Ch was l t rhurdajevening at the reamen of Mr. L. H. Campbe Thejgild buying agreed to ay SIM the the church a debt, Som nsmitse-tingo James B. Brnide. Clarence WH.son nd Lrs. . ew e appointed to devie the =e=s of a the usount. After the b.in meeting ments were rred and masic and game re the order of the evening. Anew those presemt were Rev. and Mrs. Edward Wa Mr. amd M Jm Wese, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Mr. and Mr. Tan Loan, Mr. and Mrs. Whiting Mr and Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. end Mine Dobbs, Mrsn Mine Latimner, the Mine lewin, Lulle Fuler. Alice Owens, Mary Wells and Edith Glsb and1 Dr. J. B. Owen. and Newer. L. H. Campbell, 1. K Brnde and E. A. Fuller. Two Bmidenburg couples will be rendered happy by matrimony next Thursday. These Dopues are Mr. Che. Parker and Min Melie Rhaw mad Mr. Woe. 0. Spicer and Min Mande Pirher. They will be married in Washingto. Mr. and Mrs. All.. P. Berry gave a plainest j bir'thday jrty to their eight-year-old daughter, at the 4adde- at Dr. Geo. "Beck" Scott wan arrested yesterday evnl by the beif of mandeneburg for being drn ad disorderly and pieced in the lockup. When the oferwent to look for his prisoner he round that he had broken open the door and There was a large and enthasid ie meeting )f Unity Circle, King'8 Daughters., thi evening it the reeaide- of Mrs. J. . Robineon. Rev. Edward Wal, rector of the Pinkney Kesorial Church, has taken a vacation of two weeks and gone to Frederick with his wife. ev. John B Oray of Mt. Pleasant will fl the pt daring his sasne. AMl S hmaoopf was token enddenly M t his e Ldmond and u d Gloway(cal .red became involved in a eeriou difficult at night In B budenburg ovrthe etiem dagiul, during which the fmer was knocked I low and badly bitten by the latter. John W. Johneon and John W. Johnson, I.,' mlored, were arraigned before Justice H -ly a thdisnrg evthi ar, charged with as -U eting -p stoning his houe it Avalon. were found guilty and corn mitted to jailin Mdfat of @30 bond for the I rermer and 00 for the latter. Mr. Edward M. Harley will visit friends in Einwetown net Saturday. Ideals of Washington defeated the River sle club in a game f ban yesterday by a cre )19110& cou=r una Farmers lathe lower part of the county report Ohat the wheat erops there are Ia en excellent Mr. George W. chrdeSon, Jr., recent pur. hbised ata mortgage mb for @1,81 ensk 186 1 -Ofnnmrved ba, stuated In speming'. ]Pb.Wet, quiea d Centervile see nt, - fI At a seeent meeting oethGe enterininment e summee ft the LarUd Aembl it ws -do- I sided to pednom e aomedy ad -noe Litile Treasrer at th A,-- of Made atn early I late. Mr. I A. Fllr Hyttsville has been I eslted an active amber't this Ition. Mr. IL F. auffor and Min. May iwin we.i, marred by ev. R. B Murphy, Poster of the I oes EX. Chrcklas M y in IaureL4 Thed tod k plese at he raddem eof the 4 AC02 oan mIed James Butler whie "eehing shelter fem the etorm of bes wdnee- I day in the barn of Mr. Wn. B. Clogett, on the . Patusat river, near Net was strack by lightaing ad intently = al and MNllie Brown, ese snd daughter at Mr. Bell T. Brown. who were also in the ba at he time, were stened ythe sme belt, and their re covery is H. "oA mANOWY IN JUMLAND. oe" Z. 3edmade Tbme-0e. Cnan=' xis TShe Human Hes in New York was crowded with repreaentative Irisbamen last night. They wore eommtteemea feam the va-1 rious oryamiatie-- with addreease for Mr. Jno. E. Redmond, H.P., priing him for the work he he. dome and the etand he he. abhilehed and will endavor to establleh. Addreaes were haded in by the plheterere, Laborer.' Union, county Rocem--- men, Phrnenl Branch of the Irish Niatioal Lague, Yorkrille branch, Twenty-eond Ward brunch, Eilkenny Confed euntad Club, Woman of Ballynicken. Waterford and Mayo men. Mr. Edward 0. Flaherty pre tided at the meing. It we. smid that the Cen tral Labor Uaion will had in its addre.s today. After the addie. bad been banded to Mr. Redmond aned he bad thanked the committee., tefloigaddress was given out for pub "Foelow Ceantrmen: The ceeason for unity. he. arrived. Mr. john E. Redmond, H. P.. he. corne to New York In order to unite the divided ranket or ~lHi i a noble and holy ..i..n= I eyondthe ema eupecte Ire lad in Ameriea to do its duty. We ask yea to help by your p am nd sepetth rec in the Academay of Nusie, June IL." eni. oesaum' ma=o,. Gen. P. A. ea.~ hee just reterngd teneen from Eurepe, whither he went endeseing to heal the brach #1t bee exised in ~the Irinh'j party for the pat two year.. While the main object, the getting et both ide. to unite under one leader, was. met --encemplke, the leader. on both ildea are now fer the fet Mine incel the rapture of the party en friendly terma, andj me hersh lngeor bitter demnnations.o opporwubt wlbebesported into the campaign on either tide. Ge.. (W~imsid that the twos imetieaaesmt the eamaiga would have1 to beeen upon the Mae. alheady eeb lished. and that the e~eiieOf tes esng eheeld be thm t-a--a the tel----- of the diferent candidae., teleudere and the linesa ease m~em 4 mese. The 3thwiB e a mamermmha yin 3et ever bulb in the .enth, wiBl be launched and the John W. Daniel (Gab wEi eiebonte their Seurth anni'essary with a parade end basniuat. Sen. ter Daniel will deNver en eddre. The tenmeambe Ot the ---m.. en mE-. try umaise efthe mes ot Dapeaetauives hare usae a t...., e..p..n- ete Goee burg batminbid uder tas guldenee OCete. hhie. OS gewernmwsat hinterima of the battie. 'They have eaied particaly the gr-m which wshid by the m of neelben The aset ---a et aswee he em been ga ende adan nhm deedmmfepen~ smm t s e t sme Me n --a -Ut Uhebt s eenw. is m -sam38 . pechsee ?RIn~Chn *im Av ru 1*13 asmmia wammeese Yakem in Pa. Whe WUD ese-ams The Amscita Fres ecrrespondent at Plar as Jim empi0ii a seris of i, , s , mos he leading American artiste residing in th OFp--nwigtheir participationIn th werld' Mr. Wa~r Muwe of Chcago mam: "I in soi to make an large and Ae an exhibit 'a esihy can." Mr. 86sphn Hills Paker reaarked: -I pro on -sn g my portrait of Mrs. John Sher so mo well as two other portraits now in Amer ma." "I propose sending." maid Mra. Coe"a R gentwerth, "a portrait of Marshal MacMahon xhibited in the halon of 10, and also thw moves entitled 'Priere,' for which I received a 'honorable mention' in last year's salon." Said Mr. Julius L. tewart: "I shall cer ainly exhibit at Chicago if we are given the roper advantages with regard to space, hang I shB mend somise of my most import ani reks," remarked Mr. Walter Gay. "as will al he more prominent American artist, in Paris.' Mr. Henry Mosier says: "I shall make a epresentative an exhibition of my works a umiie. I think It is the duty of all Americanm o do so; as it Is a natioaf undertakin w boul take a national pride in the exhibition.' "I cannot yet tell.' remarked Mr. Charles Ipr gm Peare, "which of my picturem I sal and to the Columbian exposition." Mr. H. Humphrey Moore said: "I shall make 0 picture of importance expressly for Chi ago but I have ,some canvases in Americo rih I dholl mend." Mr. William H. How@ replied: "I shall send D Chicago. though I shall paint nothing espe lelly for the exhibition." Mr. Frank Holman replied: "I shall send to he worm's fair my 'Bose of the Alhambra, rhich was in the salon of 1889 and is now im ae of the choicest collections in New York r. Alexander Harrison announced that he mould certainly exhibit. Mr. E. L. Weeka said: "I am not yet prepared 0 make any definite statement in regard to what shall send to Chicago." Several American sculptors were also que& loed on the some subject. Mr. William Orday Partridge replieds "1 hall *and a bust of Shakespeare, now being misbed for Lincoln Park. Cicago; a statue o lexander Hamilton, intended for the Hamil m Club, Brooklyn: an equestrian statue o lea. Grant, which will be placed ultimately im root of the Union League Club, Brooklyn, and best of Lowell." Mr. Paul W. Bartlett said: "I expect to ex lit; at Chicago, but as yet have no decided lan." NEW OMrAaNS g ISLAND. '- Crsmeat City Sarrunded by Water, Whish Beaches Its Greatest Height. The river at New Orleans yesterday reached bo highest point known there for the past forty. ye years, and in consequence New Orleans is terally speaking, an Island. Crevasses above revammes below, the raging river in front and be rapidly rising Lake Pont Chartrain in the Mar h0 hemmed the city in. and traffic or reeroada has been suspended. Sunday night t midnight the gangs read eighteen feet abov igh-water mark. People who knew well what is rise meant hoped that by morning thert 1ould be a decline, but when daybreak came ad the gauge was scanned old-timers were taggered when they read eighteen and two. mnths. At 6 o'clock the Arst break was reported. Ii appened at Belmont Place, about twenty mileo bove the city on the Mismisippi Valley road eventy-five feet of the levee ve way at on, lip and the water within an hr's time had lug a channel twelve feet deep. The Vallev racks Were quickly under two feet of water an' 1 traffic was stopped Following clo y on the reports from Bel mont came the news of three breaks elever Riles below the city. all within one mile ol ash other. The first break occurred 'aI 16oney's. near where a crevasse occurred a month ago, but now closed. It started at a Ifty-foot rate, but widened so rapidly that by oon it was one hundred feet wide and ten feel I and still breaking. The second break was t plantation. a half mile away. Fifty set was te width. Two hours afterward the Dvee gave way. The third break is at the Mer Ick place, a mile below Tillers. It is onhy wenty feet wide and hopes are entertained oi Ising it. The three crevasses have tied up he Southern railroad. The Texas and Pacific people shut down om rafie. The last break to occur was at the Surpy respect plantation, on the Valley road, a fev ailes below Belmont. It Is twenty-five feel Iep and five wide and will assist in widening he Belmont break and also worry the Vallej mcals. All of these crevasses following sc losely on each other has occasioned consider. ble alarm throughout the city. The levee hat protect New leans are good and strong o far, but the greatest anxiety Is being felt or ent of the June rise that is on'the wa bown. AN ICE LOCOMOTIVE. Iaiuse Ine. of an Athemian PrFeeross te mah the North Pole. An Athensan professor of mathematics namec )aamkla he invented as ice locomotive which he expects will carry him to the nort >ole. He has given an order for the construc ion of a large locomotive after his pattern ani s now callig for volunteers to accompany hin o the Arotic ocean. The locomotive is to have an unique arrange ment by whichit lays and takes up the rails at t rune. Short spikes on the underside of the ails will make the letter temporarily fast in the ce. The locomotive w1l be operated by steam ad at the mame timne will throw out enougi ieat to keep the travelers from suffering from old. One cab, attached to the locomotive. i te arry the provisions for the exploring partly.' The locomotive and cab will be conveyed ii sarte to 8pitsbergen, Prof. Dlamaskin save, and si there beput together. It will then be rur 'or the north pole at the rate of thirty miles as sour. A. Spitabergen is about 600 miles from ths morth ple Prof. Dama-kin expects to reach hir lestintion in twenty hours. He allows eigh sours for his obser-:atiosm and twenty hours fo1 'eturning, so that the whole trip. Spitzberge sad return, will be mande in just two daye. Prof. Damaskin hopes to be ready to start os ehe Journey late In September or early in Oc lober. Thney Blame thes elev Cure Ia the insane courts in Chicago a Jur; has returned a verdict in the case of Mar Blicher, a Michiga woman, matting forth the the cause of inanity was taking the Koee pare at Dwight. where ahe had been treated foi he morphine habit. CoL. Washtngton's Reselsection of Beod. CeL L. Q. C. Washington, the veteran news paper man, had very pleasant gecoeoltons thitelaw Reuid in the davs wheni the latter wa a member of the corpm of Washington eorrea pondente. Col. Washington maid Mr. Bel ame here in 18g7 or 1868, taking a position I Ihe Cincinnati (Gzefte o@8ee, and he was then -a of esmidersble reputation. "Reid was pleat, aeeemani-hed and well-inferine ta.man," Col. WIahIngton uaid, "of good ad adbearing. I remember in those dtay he was very close to Ben Wade of Ohio. Rih von knew, uprtdGreeley in 1573. He hi Iss a grwn an all the imendhsshonw iefequal to every - ton he has attainell The last timmelImet hmhe wasi his eoaple of yes age. as Undted States i bier. He was very popular there. U showed his abilty by the woadena -- I whch hehlarned Preah, aitheugh a me Esdt ge He knew lIttle erathingc lagnewhen he wint is Pai., but i sees aeqaired sash anamsery of it that he ese make a speech In Preh." 3tas-- e msse is the maser. A stesy is isokieaistinm taflasSeat on -egt jonrac th-g Prineiseiubs, who Pan U imms -eus -mee Malas midema the tal e wh eh wa neeeng be detap, ma eat a essmag to Patnes U samma 3aaei hi -oen tos ti 'Q ui eni ka Qe ene - at .sQi~ iles *sabesi- t AUM7?ON SALES. 9 AMINKNOWL OTERE . at time ahiE. DesRos .~lMRe-edOA. --ay..1Wa. By a the coof theelo radtethl4 see-dedas AI d mddl -smie = RATtMR SUMi kAneGT s the Ditit of Clh.a atthe land @1th mewd hrby, we will soDatp a~t~ F NTW A FN.D . i.MAZ.-PAST ots n Milardsnsbdlvision of suare. anm i k No. 17. atfo I. the suvyors oSeeo I= ad made kowS at f male. re sresl y at t andeof "PGrchafer uch p lic noie am they ir fNO". --. VADo" STF E SOUTH HWKRT. y. virtue of a der of assignment siye to me and durcrdte I will seHl ub ti n t 1,9,4111irie an T E DA AER ON JU U EENI, *A LF-PAST FIV the north half of.lot numbered thirty-one ( in fu ndrn sitv () as recorded Omct. of the surevor of ead city, 'frotine 11.1 f by 80 feet. running beck to an alley. Inmyroved by a Ter romscaAdpsto tjilrc.dun c certane of btd. rnm to h compl with nfteen a ,e e ri re v to w sll the ;atq hikd i-6 o the dealInpre A conveyancinr and reit coet RATCLIFFE. DARR & 0.. Auctioneer se-ara Ton'sEFENING. WALTER B. WILIJAMS & CO., Auctminees. MANUFACTURER'S SALE OF SOLID GOLD AND O CORNLiTB AND PENN~L~A1 Y EVEING. JUNI FOR TEENTh. AT SAME HOUR ACH EVENING UTIL EN TIRE STOCE IS DISPOSED OF. Terms cah. WALTER B. WI-IAMS & CO., aje at Auctioneers. OTO ALETONIGHT. ,AV. itgtuns. Revo y frsm New trYo tnr oer ' As ao. . Ny20..3mL FUTURE DAYS. ]ftHOMAS DOWING & SON. Aucts.. 612 E a. n.w. ASsIGNEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY. tan ded bear at the May ET IY OF MA, at ALF AST OO .e. rea ft of ie peraive th follow Distrtl' of Columbia, to wit: jt 0o.in Walnfrb dtvsio n re 33. purod bl a cheetr T tb anelssbdve 13fl e Mea. noe used ta tore. table for tw Term of sale Proerty . mold eubjri. to It amountin g t k wh an he yaid of or assubed by rurcm'a baac st A deposit of 2W0 re-urduo c mstabe of bid th with e days.oethrie te a ne esreteright to sell he ropyah cri o th deting purchmmer. All conveyancing at AMES E. TAYIOR. FILD n ha0 b TE OV F aid prty will be rega at the riakah cost the Eun n aEr o ADT JNESEVN P. M., in frost of thC Jeld-4t TAYLOR. TNOMAS DOWLING & OlI~ Aucts.. 6 12 Bist a LTOF OONDEMNED MATERI LD IRON EUIMEN . OJ FRIDAY JUNE ENTEENTH. T. N OC LO K P wi D t CN eU Gy yardE tos Od Iro. Two Top Wago. lot of OR ha ren . D. c UNCANION BROS. AnT. 9ti and DA .w. TR OTEE' SALE OF VUABLE PPROs TY. NUMBER T E SE BRE T NOR . yvitue or a er tindeed F tatbrg dhts, e' be Rev1o0an ly fr ew orde in L bkerv1a folio 11 th and c for the Dietrict of Co i~rmlee FTUA DAYS.HEETU~ T OMA UIX h? SON Wucat FI1E EC P.M a.b folwn ASINE' SL F IMRVDcRPRY deecu bed reariestate n the 2da of aki n. I ovemet. Can fe oftes arse. Stabe In inrhecrer lette ntZtofWabtn trui o in00 not yU -due bala a of pure moeyickm' witling tNoda. fro3 t1e ay of al.n A e ol of e0 required at he Ste . All oonvey.c. &o.. r t th.ea. r Trustee. DUNCANSON BROS..- Ace.. je7.10t. U Ao a BRO .. Ae .t h s a.d Da.a r TRUSTEES' SALE OF IMPRBOVED PROPERTY ON A du M A H hl T5 smuth r Dt o5 7.wihcb dof o r assumet byvr tae o nee dsm of trust af $Roy TWE 1T- Tit jP NA of tre Dieofof and at teu. reuste mut ve cmpidwt wrti on av ub the riof the pati paurchthereb. wlceyaingl at hcost ho The Ton . HE TERMSF~ SALE OTEAVE AEN acried p hoprt o hail been amd pithue peruty ofl ehin herisk a cootngh of ota nureas 1 endIos.Tr blocl b jZE7-d O AW Bt A RO'CLOC TOMER DOWINGANI Acts..ld& Ge n TRBTGLOT OEN CAERA OLD IRCUTN rtujelo ofte ot ru m fte -ouba Dnmeit. aD. 1fHo,.ind d fy reordn Bin ster by daf0at rd at te lad rcodg -O I' UD JN Sre.ZTHM Eachedwhelleb we will I a paatey en cse /iof hhuebinontir ofrted pu-hm onert o and tietyears, t e res t by annum ineres ab et to selan ad ma cure on thd re o To casah dt o o hose e frm.. A ;sl aprthei and coder offdefe rchDe. C. 14-f THMAS X-L 1 ON . ARHFORD. je13dds JAEIS. UN. Oand D Trusee,. I LATIMER & SLANAct.190enw TRUTEEi SALE OF AWVRYA VALBOT NUBZLR171L XTN CNSrT TrAnE WE.AND R STRET IOeiEg T By virtne of a cIeti d of trust ae hearn 10t Da. C- D 11 .5 IfD I~and duly reorded in Libr No. a tond and s the lat record of the lm.urd sb. we will at puli aaction. infrato '~!-ot8RD sso FRID'Y. UNTENT .A P.11. * folowing.reel e fo siaein Lets nuberel flftv-en te (9) of Waeorge C..o~is erms (of *nd This-nn Tw~~o= swN ubec o a bterust gdet of about yt 9 eet tolanc alley. ase m tonyI yeer with inteet dayis Isaid Amevw byade reutre a the ropertvos All f onva k..s~eodn at the bw C.st Af D huld he ersO not .nml)ets within 35 Durctoz& BROIert know th9rs andst u. w -- TRUSTEES' ALK OF PRAVE RTT2ON irAND COLUMBIA HALLH. I AR onde m wo byvrtu of av seas Mith Ion, i -avI.d 1 AUCTION SALER .wealsenw. a t .. Ew e . In.~v te riqa two dree bia h etMah w t itM a~b.d. HOP INBTrualtus. R ~ ~~~R DT]LT AAR ' .VCr"W N A A A D AN T 'c U A I I LGA To~ #11C 'Ai3A zn TOO I U 9MOST D) BADW T KN 181OCOACR0TE T. NG RACTICALI.t IN AT JN ENTH. Im BE. rnt of repective remem to close the aireof ft BLOCK G a llhlotsoe Of the subdividon a Edeod have frolaie as3,BaltimloeadCpiv o ."rn to 51 ft "ad from*" o1O Term.n em my I will be announced at the al SW aeolo IW~~ blot required w=me A-eke down. Flab " an|d hfarmation canbe th. Ecr o LL A T THE BALK les RACL11 bi & 00.. Aitota. GO. W TICKNT. AeoI-. TR T BNES NO. 1112 3vrteof acta deed Jraft recorded in Libs, wft.-I sci t =s~,:m oe of t lad rettords for the D~itOf COIUM and at the request of the ruty acured offer tor sale in front of te S IAY TE TTH DAY OF JUN M at _1VZO-CMK P X..thefollowiaw deo p*w 2 the cPt of Washisstcn, t at ie f alT te c t Alo lot numbered.Ntin K ePIT,~ihdixinat of lot 10. in sqar' .M a mamld&s Eon i . qdin Trok 15. 'If M e e of the District of Com old mubet to a certain deed of trust to sacure the mum of Vtt ~iareet fronm Februar 111. of :CashIn ecessmof dead Of trot. 1EE .4 a sme of mere. Terms to be co. uniumatko~*e wil hermol atlno Paoomn WV. 0. BA I N T ts. my004od&4a GEO. . B Rnid~ r1T5e WTHE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED ON AC count the weather to WEDNESDAY. JUNE 111' TEENQ IP smne ho-r anl. is114 ~ w ti. 0. BDII~f Trustees. DUNCANSON BROS., Aucts.. 9th and D eta. n w. ONE OF NE LOTS IN ECEINGTON TRON!IN* F9, FET ON4 S TREE 4AN6 DPTH OF 100 FRET) BETWEEN THIRD AND URTH!A STRtEETS-OONCRETE. ELECTRIC On THiURIDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE NINTH. at FIVE O'CIA)C UHARP we will sell on the premulesa one of the finest lots in tCKINOTON (moknowledge4 to he one of the bea Cif not the beet. suburban ubdi vsaona). In factthisplleiaodel town in iaaeI. having all the nouvenlencee. may of acroem toy dulvin~c or rairead, concrete street. ele trie lights. sope side walksi. end Io constantly beingiluproved by handsomue new dyllnr The lot tron .1 feet on a treet be tweqn Tidand Fourth etreste northwest. and haa a depth of 100 feet, and is hanwn m LOT 14. SQUARE 9. ECKINnTON. Advantages of the country and convonences of the irma: One-half cash, balance in two years; notes to he becured y ed of trus and to bear 6 percent Interest. p e semi-anon all cash. at optiou of pufthamer. Aeloiof1atse.Converauc tng. ke. t purchaser's coat. Terma to be complied ith Wn fte days, otherwise right reserved to irmaU Sand coat of der~utg purchaser after five days, wtof muc reemle in suame newsnpape pub =-rashingtom. D.C. 3.dAda DUNCANSON BROS. mg-rTEE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ON Ar count of the storm until WEDNESDAY. JUNE FIFTEENTH. Im. manne hour and place. DUNCANSlON BROS.. _j3.10-dAda Auctiontee WALTR B. WILLIAS I -CO.. Auctioneet-. TRUST4ES' SALE OF TWO LOT ONE oA0 ;u ini DVS orIO BARR F%! AtR kD B NEW FAXE HOUS e a deed of tru datedAr 18. i. andsmorda iLibor No. M-W fol 131 steq.. one of lad records for the District of db at re quead ofiprty mecured thereby wei se atpuWTl ft of the Ve nWEDN A JUEWFTZFAT.IWe FV O-CLOCK P. X.. the follow real e nstatein Wahinrton county D.0 to Wit* L0111a Sad 6 in Mocion Sb in the aubdivii.; Deny Fan, also called St. Eliszbeth. containing 2 acre. nore or ess with improveuentil thereon. Ternimof an: line-half esh. of which $100 must be Paid at time of sale;*bmla-ce in six and twelve rqomtha ,cured by o f ser.b earinglnteret ro yo ee. deed ofM tr - onpomt sow all cshiat o= of purchaeer. Terms of sale -o Conveian inh tnaoe = coat. YLETT TZ N Trutee. 3s4-0o6dm 1321 F a .w.)____ FUTURE DAYIt. TRBUSTEE'S SALE OF ONE COUPE CARRIAGE. - IL 9yvru of a ded oftrut duly reo-'rdod in lber "." folo 43 at eq one of the land recurds of the e of oluma wi sell t epuble auction In front of the aut.-on rooms of &femrm. Weeks a Co.. No 7Louisiana avenue northwest on THURSDAY T IXITEENTY DAY OF JUNf.k A.D. 11*02. At Td OCLOCK A. . o ronal Property, to wit: ONE C)hzOUE CARAG. Terms of ale cash. j',lai't DAVID FEGAN. Trustee. RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO., Auctioneers, im) 1'1. ave. n.w. TRUTEES 8 F DESIRABLE UNIMPROVED RAL ESAT ON TFN IH KTRET HIP-, TWEEN MARYLAND AVENUE AND F BTREET NORIHEAST. AT AUCTION. l ofadeed f trust give tonsand duly re In kbe N. 104.mi folio 37H et e..one of the land re for the Dstrict of Colunia. and at the rat of the party secured thereby, we will off"r frtale ub aucton In n e um HALF PA*T FIVE O'CiOCK P. X.,the follow nm described land and mituses, situate In the cet of an ben al~o o nunbere Ify wo5) i .qutae lnsto Denis Conelm and LawewCvnuhs trutere, subdivision rq aed Ia the ofieo numbA ityn 1) In lb anme-moure Include gnin aa point n thewes lno Teonth stree maseventeen (1) feet mouth of the notea orner' of did o unubeedit-ote (umb an nni 5e weton hnrdand egtae ~ tae huden th diidnln etween lot nmeeit-ne (to in1saand Af ~two ears) theenuhaterl daly f id lid ne tb-ySaa t remh hucrotf (3at t ginnin. toer with allth imrovenet.wa de s ietof r ette d viee at nd ti 'en ancermt themm. onin orI ayisetraiig annuallyno allasath r.hesoto.A at then '-oat of the seltn. r re'n noieonmc eae DNrCaNtON ROS.m * Aun. and= Dmat a. w AUCTION SAL1& T rAss Di re a w0 Awhe. ItEsa, nw. a L sse eith th t e . 0 a1 atpth. d -esi -te. tweo n wil heefM tthe o im UwUY __ 6R. "-10*0--'' MINA TIONOF "_IA1es so By of a d-ed otrt meerdad in mobJw~fb as ts.ca Eteba eb th ...d'' OIui'.ra.|rthe 'ritS.. e If the parties thereby 4 offo orI a fa Iim at HALpT fi tP .M teen ffOa fii n eto amiherd his Ters of sale- On-- the tshu inese Mr the oat a . b T tWILLIAM T . nu~w. je13-dhda TsItesa. LATI & SLOAN. Aartiose1:. 1dB aWest. SALE OF HIGH-CLASS 9 FURENITUR AT AUCTION. A.T MILNE, THE WELLrKNOWN FUEITURN Mraava AND IMPORTER OF NOVELTIES IN FURNITURE AND FABRICS. 1214 F ST. N.W., Ham-as already annoned in time daly papewa-da aided to retie fros the GENERAL FURIITURE bum and in future to devote his whole atteao to SPECIAL LINES. embrria Fia. Fabica. Lans. Wall Coverinsa. Frescoing and Furniture Broma si tol designs. and to factoS f the prmlasted change will, n THRN4DAY next. JUNE ofsTEENTE. 1on, conmaencing at rALF-PAST TEN O'CCE, at hi ware rooms. meli at public aietian h whab etook of Fine Furniture and Upholetery Goods and Well Pa'ert. Includinar Works of Art In Eboh (h.. "1hle. Etegerea. Rich Marquiture Salts.(im, em Louls XIV. IIII and III (old and White andtGold Parlor Suite. and Separate P1.ee.. Original deeimnm in Chamber Suites. Side Boards. China ClomSe ad Ina Wig Table.. Brasa Mounted Pedeetah. Elsqnes and TapmfrF Screens. Tarestries. Silks. Brocades and Laimp.. Goods. Eur tieree, Draperies. Ac. Trm.e & SO1N. .09-7A Auctioaeers. XETB AI.EX OFILrAL MPOE THEt WELLKNOW rISITUR LGEWSA.. T R N NINTH AD TE NOITHI IN SHINGTON CTY DISTRIOT OF1 F ST. N.BWA. By & tr al re last illLd A n F d eily HE ine t. aotirt thfer t he rt ozxxzAL amA trustee il In ft enee ha w ina. ernWslee f eon d and reIIONDAe tei OF A. o firod. y at ML-F.AT FlY aCL at h.on al te . pro at u. li i is No. f aesnib at te Futuwet eod lot andr uall Prstcet. mw laenx Wokfeettw inches: themima alo tsenute i eeo the le o nelacen Origialo denls, inetidahad qenmnsxaA Cwhamer loqtheo d os Chia lwit andl Din wBiah Murnhted wilhls iven'ses mnd by deed o hust on the property olf 'i al w~toiur fv TO a 1eth WAttA Aoaca -dsaday oods. tor TALTs cas. LATIXR aLN.A AATER-EW F. URL~t EEc TWOSec WAithe AN. And . _____1.-d l A e T I C Auctioneers. at ALE OFP ArILE O'CIAVCkPr j .Rl er a sae m tan sd TWiET WS AD * T N NtTIEETr NTH CIY'O WASHINONT. DITICTO SIrtueofthe last will and tetament of Joire M ner pblhe n ei saeie e wl s atuieI at blk wio h vwnm of M*0 DAYOtE TBISHCEHF DAY etJV~ .I. 1 HOMAS DOLNA tON AAt 1 Tm. atI Z1 izLat-PLFPAT FIVE O,(IJKPN ei h B ll r pa t of ot Nown dua.e N Ier emh 10113.71. tde Ind 1I John i fo t se one anefd ]Il t ach r silie nt a1e. 'avenuwst not Mfeet;e in t-tbte 4-11h lleyP .el Terms of msale (neOtbird toh e aued a er at v tts from day of sale with Intervat. ft tl.rwhich thhae 'r*a~ill give his wvv4byde rof. mnt on the pasht satptir oh case. aohio chsr I!-tof * 50 onwilotnl be reuired weq Aoll Iconvyctn and reordng al~5 !Vf purna. VOaREi he 1i tof Iw-2.form sal benliu~ed witht~ -n Zlten i frol" day ofeth male~~~0 the uneeudresevth fih eno reet the.-d" cs idrisk lefe utrcrcm ait lter d v aw by nok byaetenet of h n *,)me na e mowsr inp tu~headsteiyr o a~hington. AN W J. LLAJt. Exa-tri 311 Qemmse nortwest JOE77 at. itw., xTut.' 1rOtaath ateetsothwest. )7-dAds WATO LWLI MS &N A0*a.. 61ctioner.aw SAMtTER ALE OFVAIVPAOL ATE UA 'a O tal.T NO. p1:1mamat T E .. f PTeh 0A. 11R M"T 12lCT. fiI eWASH adJaury4INGTON rorid ~lhe N folk virteq oeos will and teamsent of theu Dialte ofr clmlened the reqfuet on e sutL willr t e r e y a n a l s o b i rt u o f a d c e u l a n d b111 e TwliENYlI IA 33Ftq Ythe onethme DAY~ ~ ~~~~PA JT TkTIT l Il. 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