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A Na111 Cn~eeuS Wear Laetu Park Tho Maule a Pairat "illy. Wagner would have hidie him amniah kAs emuM he have baard the combination c snihi Gs aMeme from a square in the east pot of the city mamr iUncoln Phrk early thi amning. For a la time the air han frem dw. tabedtime been broken only by the rhytb M: naetmmeteasisotios like "Weag," "Tb Eslt gShd Maek," "MarguerIte" and the p-4 pleahardfa to split their kindhugbefore gain to bed. A piano. strangely. deee not see t grw In dignity s its yarS advance. On tb eena7. t'e o,!der it gob the more popular It tyle mt made becomae. A nervons and dys pieoiesag mom Uen in dimrt range of th ao... 4whde thesngh which the piano pours it revd rohae at tune. Thin morning he too :eS a duete eiaknmiet and started in to drow1 hip Seeer ad beep abromeat of the musical oil eadio. Re was desperate and probably mean to be dvey. Be played "Comradea." Bu the pn did not paam. It was a mad race o ..*e that became pendemolnin whei fem &a opposite side of the apace where baci 3mba meet in a common cente 9rou the weird protest of a Rtle The aend sto.pd. But it was only At tuetant till he fugue wam reenmed. First ti piano responded to the encoragement of I woman wo was hanging ont of a window. evi denti auder the impreesion that there wal I tv of the occasione levelong Mlood aned. mA played a meaunre. The clarion& e,.Me in next and then the flute responded reople left their breakfast :ahieS and collecte' in the door -ards and Ltenod in dismay. It i rumored that a man even expresed a dedire t br-ak jail to see nhat the diiceitty was. J rarrot that devote% it, lile to voeul cultivatiot had becorna 'hmtb erivn netrcni..hinent. Bnt i recovered and joined 'nively in. And at IM Mrid of the encounter id Ute birtl have an' worwt of it. It mvieamned for bigi and quacked like a duck. witi elarionet, ent. and piano all apins her. She -!led "Pollh want a cracker.' poxxibly ninder the impre"ioi that e-aekei meant rpoiceman. As bat :h wind instru memtsa gare oam. T1e piano survived nrd th parrot cave he-self uer to piiabe d--:: ia minglinx hor high nt-. l-er qtacks and bei deniand 7Or crack wr With teartiac-li bshiU nfs that we read fbont in - -!-. The piam aged perceptli'oy during th :: -inI eoerience the voee ihr;e-t i-, n 4-C strargulatioi and the clarionet -a;e i% I' a rennmptiv congh. nnd the pa. . i. iheeved, i, te lap'ed into a peri er.cnt stat of jnbhcrinj haa-.y. 3EW4 FrOm ROCKVILLiE. hresmed for Reeving a Gamlag Table-Activ ty in Reai Eltate--Note. CMenxiomience of Th' :renifa.Star. Rocxv;Luz. June 14. 1992. Edward McQnn.e. who keeps a store 4n thi canal near .even Locks. was brought here thi morning ard lodged i r.jail On a ch.g- ok.epit, 'a gaming table and selling intoticarting liquor. In the orphans' court today the lat will an' teatament of Edward M. VieirA wa filed ant admitted to probate. Wu. T. Lynch. executoi of JaM. C.ngell. deuca-ed. was ordered to di, tribute the a-seta in his ha::d- rmor.g the credit. 0--S of Maid dceca-edl aicnedint to the audi ratifed and confirmed hr the conr*. Thoq Ftffe. administraior of Isaae Frfe, deceased Aled inventor, of real and perrsonal property 1 said deceased. Frank Higrin.. executor of 1-ary E. Cott -leceawd. filedl lio of debt. due the said deceased. Win. 1. Fulk. admvuinis. tr;or of Mary V. Fulkp. deceaed,. pawed Li, first account. %. 0. Jova. ad:,.ini.trqtor 4. b. n. c. t. a. of Eugene Jun... deceased. paased his sect nd and nalt acenunt. Marr P-radle-. eon of 31r. Gen. 1Brader ol Potomv district. who ha- been residine ix South DakoLa or set r: .-enra. is at rresenl Viusi'n', frieni;A and relatives in this locality. Mesere. GCe. Mincr Anderat n. Newton C. Price and D. W. Bake- hire been admitted te pr.ctice at the bar of the circuit court for thi comty. Mr. John Bai'ey. a former resident of thi nection of the -lnnt-. and wh.a ha. be-n re-id ing In the west far reveral y ears, returned home today. During the 7-st week the following tran#rmar of rel etlate she been recorded in the office at the clerk ot the circuit court: W. I. Embri to E. I. tocking, 5- acres of land: *1.040. Fred W. Pratt te. . II. War-er. pi'- of Pock ville Heights: t-. Guy Mose4 to ZiLit a IS Jots 6. 7. S. block 3. Takoma Park: . Che... V:. Fo'-d to Elintor N. terd. io+ 19. blocl 16. Taionri Park; t3.0A0. Chn. F. Th'mpn to Virgima A. Woox. i4 acre: 4r425. II. W. Talbott to Jacob Pos-. lot inl Rnekille; Ix5.. Isaac N. I'.,llin. to Leonard S. Chapman. 211 aces of land: P -. Walhi:gton Grovi Cam. Meetrg Aweoctation to L. 8. Chap'nan. 35 aeree of land; O75.20. Ch-tries P. Penn te Joseph L. Ore-n. 71 acre, of Lmnd: r700. 31. L Main to Frank M. Page. W -es of land: *3.000 Anne S. Green to Elizabeh T. Todd. lot 20 bleek 4, Wo-nilide: f5. leny- N. Copp t 'TIr.rnxen F. LarUdon. lot 34. Fec. P. West En Park; #304. Jaies F. Henderson. attorne ,t John E. Mel.er.in.70 a of land: --4.5Z0 &.1n E. BeW.l to W. Zl. Mat thews, one acie : ise. -: Cbevy (hse: 01.50. 8. A. 31. Titais Fort %aratoena. ;. W. Gibb t-. director of p, .ice :nd r.wimber of the fifth Ohio rcgimeni. N. G.. o; Cie- elad, an I e;-3Mayor i.ardacr of that citi ,.ere here on a vi-. Snud3ay a- the guest of Cot W. W. Xoxre. 'he trmier celebrated thi twentieth anriersary of hi- birth at For : rat. near whi- city. and Sanday CoL. Moon went with the viitors to 0ee the fort. whih i near the Jinc ion of Queen Chapel and Brent wood inada. tome difficulty wras experiencet in fin-ting 'he plae.. bnt ai- Director Gibbon. remernb-re ' that the blade.omurg b. idge conhi bue seen frs'n the fort when he cele-br:ttud hit birthday there Col. Mfoore wasi certain that th-' for- was znot !-tr off. When the fort Was. reachedt the party lea-d that the hense was occupied by a Mr.. Welch. who aa well po.'ed zabona p~ast even;'. and ite iiaitora were well rleased with their trip. They returned horea Sndal The 6'hitar-n and Fourth of .July. Th' beard of mat-agera. of the !ton. of thu Americana Ret olution at its last meeting re quested. en the mo*fon of Gen. Joseph Cabel Jreekuaridlge. that all pn*-iotic citizens will dii play the American flag during the daytime ant trieelowedl lanterna at nig~ht on the emng July 4. is is hoped by the society that the cil dren of the public school. and the irnLal schools and larger prirate rehools will also tak, VJp ihi. lea.,nt ebtera. 'lb-- programa is :: hate all "a-.children ona saril 1lii a..-embls at their ch::rrhri or ;:nb:ae bhool' at 7:30 t;.ta July 4 and march to tihe '[apirol wi h lighte aterneq. Those in the lower pa-t ef the ci: wRi march to Washington.. Monument. thos. Ewing went of 14th street goin into the Whit, Lot hy the War and Navy epnrtment and these bring et of 34th street marchnr in ba the tressary building. The proposed plan is t~ hr-e all start baick husse at U-30 p. mn. singing the hyinn "Anerica. If the la-ger chihdires will carry their lanterns carefli;- %:r. fishira pole. It will make the prade at children's. houn still more beatifuL hemanager. die-ire t4 hare some one from each achool report hot many can be preent. Ne Meettng of the sehneet Board. There was no meeting of the school beari las eeaning. as a quorum could not be obtained Tihe president. Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Wood and Mrz Ceraish were the only representatives of th ai maembers of the board who put int an ap peaane. __ Cet=g Ia ser stee@se. Chairman Edtseen, when aked today by a Sea sepatsr what the citizens' commtittee would d< ahest the threatened reduction of the GI. A. 11 eminl=mnt appropriatuma. said: "We are g a I$1er.I if. Teare going to keep at se ge oig t g before Coagraes and gs a agee voe em it." TME awairs. EerVIr Coc -Jeudpe Brdy. Yeetehrah agt. Aisrop; further pr *ee isrered. Cornwal agi. Nehle, same estiuedin the mnme of at 0. Corr waB.Waler a f. sher.;?. H. Macer as ~guardiaani 3tmm. Merris agt. Itmitl 1w. C. Clpae examin. eedered tahsm ama e-=miss-- in lOUYisvN endsred to ises Eame agi. Marsha; motio farseemmet orerruad. Egem Cownr-Jedpr Montywsesry. -Lindhm agt.King agt Oes jryeat. Nas ag1 Csa ad0 a . bdreute and ha vesmdel Pmas TtsbseU13me ato S e with em. 9emen amia, tel. Eqe,2 e.P =====- a -j - AN NNVBTA10 DUW. t Allene Clams" AoeMb 1el metfts Ve TW psserlet by imaermnmese. I Monday is the Court in G01"d %ofm f F see Jamses delivered the eIen ofAs a a fr.ingtis the m e at IN wood agt. Magill. excntor, et eL, in vh"c a important pots iS decided s to aSses't I property. Jonathon Kirkwood VaSa nose tse" who came to this euntry and uea ntimsm i in the District of oluambia0in JU4 Neesgnquki valuable real estate and died asised of fteim Sleaving only aslen heirs. 9 By his will. dated November 16, IMF, Ei - wood devised real este esuatg at It houses on 8th street between and N streets his two isters, Helen and Ages Kirkwed. ia brother. Anderson Kltwoed, ge osgdig which will was duly admitted to pdmats an letters teetamentrr is,..dsoa enest named in the will. 'iomns MeGiL. A partition suit was b bYthe beirs law against the executor for mb of tht e art nd a trustee was apointed by thed Court to make male and divide the proes among the heirs, and at the male the was purchased by Daniel hlhaut Ray for 010,00. UPon OIramination of the te It was elum that the sme was not good in Jonatha Ki wood's hears-at-law and that the eourt had a power to make a decree of eae, s under Il act of C ess approved Mareh 8, IMW, it u enacted "atat it i unlawful for any persosa. citiren of the United States. or who have a declared their intentions to becose dbeus 1 taq-ire, hold, or own real estate in A District of Columbia except such as ma bo acquired by inheritance or in goo faith ii the ordinary course of juit in the collection of debts hereafter er OM and excepting where such On, by o: lsting treatie4 ma- have the tto equir held or own real estate or by such other acts i I;tch camea made and provided." A rual was laid by the court on the pusba er to compel them to comply with the term C their ydehse wic resisted on th groonds above Pet forth, but they were relieve of their purchase. On appeal to the Supreme Court of the Di trict of Columbia the case was submitted to s . court In December laot, and its opinion was I liveral by Judge James on the lth instn finally relieving the purchaser, Daniel nells. of hi purchase and holding that the heirs c Jona+han Kirkwood could not take the prperi under the will or as beirn at la of their brother. he being a citizena the United States and they being citines of Scotland. who had not declared their Intm tions to become citizens of the United State under any treaty existing between i United States and Great Britain. Ex-Attorna Ceneral Garland and Heber J. May represent. the foreign heirs and Thomas H. Colla for U purchaser under the decree. Real Estate Matters. B. '1. Cutcheon has purchased of Amna I Ive" for c 12.000 subs 24 and 25, square 145 by 200 feet on F between 18th and Ithes northwesit. 1. .. Bramhall has bought for $5,785.5 S. 3Masun sub 140. square 69. 22 feet 8 inches b 120 on 0 between 21st and Id streets north WE-4t. J. A. Bryan has purchased for .60 of ova Chiprel tub 48. square 911, 18 by 11.IL5 feet a 9fth between H and I streets northwest. Elizabeth Brown has bought for 06.01 of 4 H. Bates lot 6. and part 70, square 140, 64.4 by 55 feet on M and 19th streets northwest, S. R hart has bought for 68.18L75 of o H. Thomqon lot 15 and for 07,51L21 of Flog H. Pat teron lot 16, block 32. lumbia Height H. 4. Wall has purchasedfor 65.557.50 o Smith Pettit subs 47 to 49. square 62, each 193 by 100 feet on 1st between L and Pierce stree1 northwest. Red and Gun Club AU-Day Shaet. The Washington Rod and Gun Club will hol an all-da's sweepstake shoot at their ground foot of 21st stree: northwest, on Monday nex There will be ten events, with entrance morn mnging from $1 to 02. The shoot wil be um dr the "North system'' of handicapping, whic will &ave all *hooters an equal chance. Th sill be the first shoot ever held in the Distri under that system. Messrs. Wagner, Hunte Steele. Mills and Happes, Jr.. will be eampelie to shoot at unknown angles in all event Shoosing will begin at 9 a.m. and will ontint sai day. The club will give a fne eordurc hunting suit or 60 per cent of average money i party making best average in all events. Pari making second average will the suit or I ner cent. Party making third o"720 will ge 40 per cent of average money. = lovers trap shooting an and out of the city are invite to be present with guns and shells. Good shel loaded with all kinds of powder wil be a grounds. Tranafera of Rena Estats. Deed; in fee have been filed as follow C. W. Proctor to 3. A. Lynch, part 15, sq. =2 A2.500. J. J. Edson to W. Mcliier, subs 110 i 112 ard 117 to 122. sq. 516; -. Thos. Bins to C. IL Fickling. sub 3. lots 64, be., sq. 9 Georgetown: --. J. . Hlton toE. S. Wea cott, parts 51 and 52. eq. SM: .--. C. C. Col man to F. E. Richards, subs 39 and 0 sq 20 0-. A. A. Lipsecomb to Mary E. T l, 35. blk. 44. Hnrhaead Manor; 2,250. ary 1 TipnpiaL to Mary Erickson, same .--. A. A. Lipscomb to F. Tweedy lot 1 bk. 43. Holmead Manor; 2025. Same i Emily S.N. Chisholm. lot 36. blk. 46, do.; 01,67 1;. Brown to H. W. Kolb. lot 22, blk. 18, Lou Xeadowsd Lf0. C. C. Coleman to F. E. le" ards. sub 102. sq. 375; $-. F. E. Richards I C. C. Coleman. sub 3R. sq. 240: -. C. ( Coleman to F. E. Rbichards. subs 39 and 40. do --.. .May t E.. FRiggs subs 16 am 17 sq. 245: *2. AD. E. Richardson to B.A. L wyun et al., lot 258, Anacostia; 0400, Army Orders. *Leave of absence for four months is grant. First Lieut. Lloyd M. Brett, second eavalry. Second Lient. Charles De L. Nine, sixh 1 fantry, will proceed to Ranoke, Va., and vie the camp of the second regiment of Virgin volunteer Infantry during the period of its.e campment. Capt. Herbert S. Foster, twentieth infantr' will proceed at the proper time to Montpenid *Vt., and visit the amp of the Vermont Natica Guard during the period of its emeampat. A board of offiers is appointedtomet at ti enll of the p resident thereof, at the WerDer ment. Washington, D). C.. for, the ezaminatia of such oflicers as may be o-dered before it i deterinie their finess for promotion. De for the board: Col. John K. Wier, tenth ec' air": Maj. William J. Volkinar, asitn a jutant general; Maj. Robert H. Wfhite. Maj. Joseph K. Corson, surgeon;CatW 'i L.. i~teher. aighth infantry. Second Lieu Genrge ii. Davis, twenty-third infantry, n corder. Second Lieut. Edward C. roche, eighl cavalry, will reotin person to prdet a the examining nna capt. George 8. Anderson, sixth eavulry, wi pr oceed from New York eity via Washingtal D.C.to Fort Yellowstone, Wyo., an pubi businese. Second Lient. William R. Dashisil, se teenth infantry, is detailed as professor ot mal itary science and tactics at the NorthGer Agricultural ole, nehonnega Ga., tote efect August 1, 18 The following transfers In the tenth infant. are made: First Lieut. William Pauldiag, fhe comi~ any? K to company G; First Lient. tp LY Steybarn, from av G to coman (Capt. Lawec . ed=m deper ~ment. will proceed to the Sandy Hook provis ground. IActing Assistant Surgeon F. W. P. Butler, 1 8. armny, is relieved from duty at Pert 3. Oklahoma territory, and will repair to this ei awithout delay and reportin pesson toethe sm 31, 1892, inclusive. 'hesudde detho Represamtetive Dtasi house et South Carolina yesterday increas to six the number of memnbers emested to I present Congremswho have paid the hat debt -atr.Ted aths the dtuu ese tor fiamKanasand Prgils - ton B. Plumab and JohuL rbues restBi fresh is ase publis mind, and as s ;row at their decems ha net yet fadedL In I ,House but one member has died Mee I I mnetting o ea ea Jeha W. Eedm ot Em a who worti-yaemeede by Me s tthe litty-eseend ,but a living to take his seat m ghie i.E , who adied Ms many se~andls ~eeiiadby his death was M by etsteont Dsrho Cace. ' idol et the sn epuhbems e s Horsn hu f... pe bean laenides C. Uee et~ a who after es~sSans teUs eleted to the iu u n Mn3,.M Y- ema.h sess to.e Ces AUMTOII SALX& AU1 0 R PAT L LK WA AI= . .d ...s . . I.u, . 0# &:" .! IS t eq.ofth~anra f gLe dOelsaM. ata the Jh mat thereby seared, we will slluie eal -N RA -PAST FIV C -M. lot 1. aoh A. Bartnf's sub of jiet a 11 ethf s0e. adtle belan in thee TeAGt.in . to nr e-d notes fjuver heriht in es-- ErniaE ns ___dfdo ~tCustmp0GerlaN~wil!rutakel er cAGOAM AtPluct Poneaer. All dh t *a"p**n***leW "i: AUILDI LOPONTHIRD ND FOUET5 EFNNORE I I T tu jot XJE therb 11I!00001 G 11 4A " = LINE OF U BA* R C AILBOAD AND 0 UT TN mW TH RD TOD FITE0 T P STREETS THIET 14UB BT Ti MOST DURABL T BURBAN Z& THE 390STLE DIVISiON T TO THE CAPITAL jYAND WITH 8 ADVANTAOE"O EiRS ELECTRIC ..GHT CONCRET STR T &jc UALAZY DklSIRABLE AS & . B 1G PB.&ETIOALLY IN THE CITY. 0WENESA JUNE FII'EEENTE1353 D& IN A F O'CLOCK P.M.. wi ;; in the rspective promises to close the afasre at LO)TS 1Xft 2K Beini lltbe lotacos , e LO 0 a.J teamed In these blacks. the of Edgewood. Those lots have frontage on 3d. 4i Batimore and Cumberland =t. bdrars from 25 to 61 feet and from 76 to 150 Terms are eaW and will he announced at the se& A deposit of *Won each lot required when knocked down. Plate and all information ma be had from the TAME,1HE ECKINOTON R. R. TO THE SALF. Je7-d&ds RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO.. Aucts. GEO. W. STICKNEY, Aunctioneer. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VERY VALUABLE TM. PROVEPROPERT BEING HOUSE NO. 1112 T STREET N~TV~T BY virtue of a certain deed of trust recorded in Libr folio 6 et 011.. one of the land records for e MAI! of Columbia, and at the request of the pay secured therm we wil over for sale in front of tie iremses . Fn1DDA HE TENTH DAY OF JUNE, 02. t'FVE OaWKP.M..* the following de scrThed prorsituate In the city of Washintn, District of lumbia.to wit: All of lot numbered .i8in C. A. Lemar's subdivision of lot 52. In square 346. as the said sfubdivision is recorte4 In Book 1.), page 116nf the surveyorso 0 of the Dit-ict of Columbia. sol ZbJect to a certain deed of trust to seue the sum of 2Wwith interest from February 1. ISOL. termls of sale: Cash In excess of said deed of trust, $100 lleaost at time of sae. Terms to be cornlie with Inn days or property will hereaold atris and cost of defaultInw purchaserafr five days' readver tisement in the ashinmgton oaf WXt 0. EIO rses my3D.od&ds E. H." AW . Tr--s 07THE ABOVE BALE IS POSTPONED ON AC et.1in of the weather to WEDNESDAY, JUNE FIF. TLENTH. 1892.z same hour ad lac, Sle~l4~ WM. 0. DEN ISOj4 rme5 Sell-4t* GEO $. BA N% .f Truste. DUNCANSON BROS., Aucts.. 9th and D sts. n w. ONE OF TIM FINERT LOTS IN FCKNGOTON FRONTING it FEET ON 9 STREET (AX6! DEPTH OF 100 FEET) BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH STBEETS-CONCRETE, ELECTRIC LIGHTS Jk. On THUrE?DA*Y AFTERNOON, JUNE NINTH at FIVE O'CLOCK SHARP. we will qell on the premi oweof the Ines& lots in ECKIN GTON (acknowledged to be one of the best, If not the beet. euburban subdi visions). I fact this place is a model town in itself. hall th conveniences, sa of access by driving ot rlradconr ete atreet. ele tric lihits stone side w a Is constantly ein improved by handome nwdwellings The lot fronts 1 50 feet on 9 street be twoen Th .and Fourth street northwest, and has a dept ofI fet.andA is known as LOW 14. SQUARE 9. ECKINGTON. Advantages of the country and conveniences of the trn:One-half cash, balance in two years: notes to he secur- by deed of trust end to r r en interest, payable semi-annually, or all h, at option of purchaser. A devoelt of T100 at sale. Conveyanc in,. Ace.. at purchasers cost. Temsn to he compled withi ite a otherwise rixht reserve-i to resel at ri and c efau purchaser after five days' advertiseuwni of such resale in some newspaper pub lished in Washington. D. C.1UCNONBO. DUNCANSON BROS., jW3413ds Auctioneers. MEE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ON AC count of the storm until WEDNESDAY, JUNE FIkTEENTH. I1. same hour n la . DU C NOB~ROS.. jelodkds - Auctioneers. WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO LOTS ONE ACRE EACH. RUBDIVISION OF BAltR FARM, IM. PROVED BY NEW FRAME HOUsE. By virtue of a deed of trite' dated Arrl 19.1801. and reorded in Liher No. 1*W. folio 131 Pt sI.. one of iano rrcors for the Distriot of Colutabis. and at re quest of party secured thereby. we will sell at public auctioni 'rout of the prmises on WEDNESDAY. JUNE IFTEFNTH. I at FVL O'CLOCK P. M.. the followin7 real esate in Washinrton county. D. C to wit: Lots : and 4' in section5 in t he salmlivision ;I Barry Farm. also called St. Elisabeth. containing 2 acres, mnore or h-as with iuproverlients, thereon. Terms of sale: in-half cash, .I which 100 must be paid at time of sale; balance in six and twelve monts.secured by notesof 1-urchaser. hearing interest from day of sale, and deed of trustcinprorert' so4. or all cash. at option of p maser. Ters of ale to be complied witb In ten days, clse trustees reserve right to resell at risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing A. rhaser's cost. WW.L F. 0OLTZVAN AYLETT T. HOLTZ4AN, Trustees. Jed.eokds 1&21 F St. n. w. S~THIS EVENING. UCTION SALE TONIGHT. 611 PA. AVE. AR ver 1 (100 lots of Genuine Diamonds_ (ld Watches. tiver Watches, Filled Watches. Chalas. Rings. Guns. Revolvers from New York Pawn brokera' Association. my20-3nm TOMOR ROW. TRUSTEE'sR idoxzNcorPECARRIAGE. By virtue of a edof trust duly recorded in Liber to 104 folio 43 bt seq one of the land record, of the Ifaii-t of Columbia, I will sell at public auction. in frt of the auction rooms oMessrs. Wek & Co., o.Louisiana avenue northwett on THUR4SDAY T E IXTEENTH DAY OF JU t. A.D. 189:1. A't TE OCLOCKNA. thefollowing personal property, to wit: ONE COUPE CARRIAGE. Terms of sale cash. je1I- t* DAVID FEGAN, Trustee. S.BEXRINGER. AUCyfl NEER. WASHINGTON HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR, NO. 940 LOUISIANA AVEN UE. PEREMPTORY SALE OF A CAR LOAD Or HORSES AND MARES. Will he sold at the Biaaar TH URSDAY MORNING. JUNE SIXTEENTH, commencingr at TEN O'CLOCK. a car toed a; horses and mules. consigned by Mr. Eli n ion of Philadelphia. This is goord stock for work. tion of b'ies lewholae wil rosthey he sol without limit or rearve. jel-St S. BENSINGER. Auctioneer. RATCLIF""-DARN 3*0.-Auct---*23 P---ve----w ADAMS EPES M ANYloSALE OP UN On THUBSDAY MORNING, JUNE SIXTEENTH, A. D. 159?, commencIng at TEN O'CLOCK, the Aooas Expre.e r~xpn will sel at the auction avenue northwest, to pay charires, about 1 PCK. AGEtS, cotpling an assortment of Trunks Valises, sev.All parieconerned wh take notice.hotr Terms cash. RATCLIFFE. DARR &CO., jed-10 Acioees RUSEE' SLEOFTHREE NEW TWO-STORY AND8612 12TH STREET NORTHEAST. reoddin lihb No. 1,83a fo Th d 6t eq.one of the land records of the District of Coloum ecrd therby w wilel at puble auction, in SXTEETH AY4 UE A D 189 AT IVP OCOKP.M h follwiparcl of lad, all in First. Parts of lots numbered seventy-five (75) to subdlvsln of s numbee n in hude end e utSroati mys veteen (17 feet on 12th 12thd b a tstorybrick wln known all son th no frtheeest.n ecodAnd provediae beatrio e SAwEin thert of los numbered eventwSent ()t i ~ ~ wnty1 said sub-i i ihi IYsonbvelm ll sol sevete (1 eeto onrlihatote taphof ,8 and known as aNo.n02ttsret orhe. flld.And elemntsl th afte fo the ichM esevnytee n a (7 t frat bythof o theref por lotnumes un udrdsdtwny IS In saidosusei at ioe of abovte lrestewilb rsorld subjt to thdeedo me-a - --d --S0 - an .teesPtereo T.er,m feI)m-b ot-e uchs m---- to nanO twelv , months . fr h a d sta, orwic of hepuchse. llcoveainEssand ecdiga Wn4g W1 1 1101R AMMUMi. b Wha eneSmear Dbaits eme og the Umt og SRepublima Senatorwo eaf mtemispe it la ee isaly begiming tepntia anapparm.a b- Uster. Pettirow, Raihreqgh and Dubois a wre at their dess today, but tey did *e 000. else *an %A of te great gather ing and ts labore. Non oftbema I, were ansti Barison men whe they & started st, but ameoatic. and Jot of fresh 4 air have so henaged their system that emk ht , tm is fy a"ed wit the tehet. "There isno question about President Harri sen tecurhnge electoral vote of Idaho," said eator Dubos to a SrAn reporter this after *em "4Idaho will not be alone, either. * in that region. The entire wet will d upport e Presdet becae he Is , a President. The west has no other than the republicnart. Demaocrats l would give as free load would refuse to a our lands or to do saytbing else which aio t the young states in their growt or Szes several men mentioned as being the backbone of the administration fight at M imapolIs," continued the Senator, "but one IS man who did more thn any other ae man has been neglected. I am d talking about Tom Carter of Montana. e- There were none shrewder than he, none more i active, none more successful. If he had bad a harge of the Blaine apaig the ticket would not be Harrison and iWeiL" It ENATORS GOING TO CHICAGO. e t Thely Are Net Yet Certain Who They WIn Werk Fer. Fully a dosen democratic Senators will leave the city for Chicago within a day or two, but who those sese Senators will work for is not 1, known, except in one or two instances, even to R the Senators taeslves. The situation as to the desmoratic presidential nomination is very muck more mixed than It was at Minneapolis, e and, s the greatet statesmen are those who d make the fewest mistakes, none of these Sena tore care to indulge in any ante-convention re marks. Of course the general sentiment is to the e'ect that the fight will largely be between Cleveland and Hill, but there are those who have Already seleted compromise candidates. tAzmonhe Senators who will lay aside their senatorial duties for awhile are Meaer. Gar mat. Paa haulkner. Daniel, Blodptt. Mc PI ofMryad But Inr, l=nm, 21isand, probiably, Blae Of these; Senator Gormnan, Pasc'o, McPherson and Vilas are delegates. INTENSE BEAT IN NEW YORK. It Was Eve Warmer Than Monday-In Other Cities. Although there was only a ten-mile breese blowing in New York yesterday against that of [ fourteen male on Monday, the weather did not eem so completely insufferable during C the early morning hour. But along towards moon old Sol, aided by General Humidity, who mustered his forces to the extent of 82 per cent yesterday instead of 75 as on Monday, began the work of making life a burden, especially for people of adipoise tendencies. Perry's thermometer registered a. high as . -9W yesterday and Hudnat's, in the shadow of 4 St. Paul's Church, Broadway, scored 97. At 10 o'clock in the morning both theme in struments denoted 82 degrees and at 10:00 83. a During the same period Monday they jumped 1 two degrees. f At moom Perry's thermometer showed 86 de grew and the tendency of the mercury was still Upward. Although the humidity made New York as uneemfortable as any place in the country yes terday it was not quite the warmest. Portland, Me., and Albany were running in I4 frst place, neck and neck, at 8 o'clock yester L day morning with 82 degrees to their credit. Oswego, Pittsburg and North Field, Vt.. camo next with 80 degrees. At Now Orleans the ther mometer registered 74 degrees at the name Chicago was the cooleet city in the country yesterday morning. The temperature there was only g7 degrees at 8 o'clock. It had fallen 15 degres slnce Monday. All throughout the regions of Lakes Superior, Huron and Mich igan the mercury fell from 15 to 20 degrees. The hottest part of the country was the region including northern New York and New nd. This region usually reaches the t in regard to heat as well as cold. A feature of the weather lay in the - IM at 5 o'clock in the morning the tem trews degree cooler in the shade and d4 warmer in the sun than it was Ron a day the same hour. The heat of the en was intense. It was impossible to receive the full fore of it. uy without feeling the elect at 'on" IT COT WOE LIVES. 0611mot Passenger Trains in Bishopegate Station, Lendon. A collision at Bishopsgate, London, yesterday morning resulted in the low of four lives and 1; the injury of many persons. Two trains, run t for the purpose of carrying people who live in L the suburbs to their work in London and known as workingmen's trains, collided near the o Bishopsgate station. The trains were crowded with people, and as they crashed into each other I there wa a frightful outcry, indicating that a large number had been killed or maimed. It was found that besides the four killed forty were injured in the collison and it is thought 2ame of the latter may not survive. Great ex e iteament prevellad at Biehopegate, as other traln comae in bearing thousands of passengers all of whomn were delayed until the wreck haJ been cleared. The police set to work at once to ascertaIn the responsibility of the disaster. Expeets of Mtneeral s. a The chief of the bureau of statistics reports , httetotal value. of the exports of domestio mineral oils from the United States during the -, month of Nay, 182, and during the eleven , months ended Nay 91, 1892, as compared with 'a smilar export. during the corresponding p. nabd of the prcdng year. were as follows: * May, 1882, *,171,926: May, 1891, 83,585,276; eleven mouths ended May 81, 1892, @40,718,240; adeeven mouths ended Nay 31, 1892, 047,278,980. 0 Eneete er Psevasiems. . The ehiaf of the bureau of statistics reports ~that the total values of the exports of beef and a hog product. from the United States during the a month of May, 1892 and during the aeven msenthe ended May 31, as compared with simi h ha exports during the correspiondngpetdof g ended May~ 31, 182 7,289,191; Ste mnonths ende Ni 1, 1391, 471,352,901. Investigating the oil City Wire. h-'Ie ooroner'e jury has met to Inquire Into the an.eand lcato of the fire at Oil City, Pa. It was proved that the Ire Iret cainght betwe Senea street bridge and the railroad bridge y from the Ignition ot gee rising from benine a foigfrom the Keystone tank. Previous to atithonydeaths were those of the Terwiger. brothers, whhad been drowned while reen-. k- lg others. The hoapital patients are al re g ported as improving. Those still In a serious ocadition aru L. Eageenfrit. and the two Brun T. sel ehildren. It Is feared that Mr. Bamanfrits, I, even if he rovrwill beblipd. Businems y has resumned Its ne oae in the city and the -week of reilding he. already begun in places, L- 3at at Begat. 7 The Asset sab at Ascot Heath, England, yesterday, hadl=apn ot about two mfle., was we. by the ftuur-year-eld chestaut filly Ullow, a- by Oam 'Wave eut of Queen rderiea, Mr. . 21alir's iveyear-eld brown eoid Harsur by is le-s=ebe=, dam' by Adventaer out of WIld he lioner, ess end and Lord Gerard's three y. yeaidMhy Meteals, bySweet Bread out e. tME Mea,~.The vltqof Billoweox Bm. we.e C eer e inteetn.B e erw vstrspte at Aset lat rr -e and etalle won the Carissaht atisqso a- the Duh heat New in the owhine.s e had owsei.t a, heseeder e e ila M . me o t tu 4e was e Mr D. Bird's * Y,4 h eg amnlIu2 yDader, SOi!WVJV Mr. N. C. Us' ehost a, ~6~s.Lb7 Ub e out fPklese, e, was am r ew. Fs akeMB mseem e AUCTON RA Ta YeN.3R.*. - LAUM61SWAS, Ars m.R 8"L OF EIGE-CLdA8 FURNITUR3 At A OIS . ot ALEE- MII E ase Tax WULL-KNowx UNTR NMKE AM IMPORTER OF NOVELTIES IN FUSITURE AND FABRm 1M4 YST. N.W.. a-. alre.d saouneda is the daly ,. - .. cided to retire bea the GENERAL FURNITURE es business and in future to devote hi whete attentn gs to SPECIAL LINES. embracing Fin. Fabries. lmes, . Wall Coverings. prescoing and Furnitue from aoin- ah el designs, and to facilitate the psomulgated e 1ange will. on TRURSDAY next. JUNK SIXTEENT. 180. commencing at HALF-PART TEN O'CLOCK. at his wie rooms, sel at public auction him whOte i stock of Fine Furniture and Upholstery Goods and - Wall Papers. including Works of Art In Bahl Cahmita, Tables. Etageres. Rich Marquiture Suites. Chair. 8-A Louis XIV. XIII sad XII Gold and White and Gold W Parlor Suite and separate Fleem w. Original designs in Chamber Suits, Side Boards. China Closets Sad Dim ing Tables. Bras Mounted Pedestals, Bisqune and Taposry8 screens- am Tagestries. Silka. Brocades and r nas Goods. Pbe. %u mm tires. Draperise. o. nia Terms cash. LATIMER & SWAN. ca 2007t Auctiones, a W ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. Auctioneer- t. TRSTEEW ' SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTIPS d BEINO NO. 1123 AND 1125 NEW JERSEY TE AVENUE NORTHWEuT, AND NO8. 1121 AND p.1 1123 EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST. 1B sirtue of a decree passed on the 31st day of May. i INA.I qity rause No. 13,904.1 ofth uptme - Court f t istrict of Columb a wh [I . V e etal. are complainants and James Reeves at al. ar defendants. the undersirned will ofer for sale SA to the fht bidder on THUR1DAY THE SIX TEENTH DAY OF JUNE.18P2 at VATER PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.. in fron1 oft aremses.Nos. 113 sad lI'5 New Jersey avenue n west, thI fol square &57. In the city of ash Dist Columbia. described as follows; Beginning for said at part at a point on New Jersey avenue seventy- DI eight feet southeastwardly from northwest corner at of said lot. thence southeeetwardly along line to said avenue thirty-five bet. thence r eastwardly at right ntIes 6o sai avenue le. 75 feet. thence northwardly 5 feet 8inches, thence westwardly at right angles to aid avenue 8rfeets fee inches to place of begininng, a b twd well built 7-room brick bors. ,the e said do day, at FOUR ItRTY-FIVE O'CLOCK P.M. me they will offer for sale under said decree. in frotal ter the misea.No.. 1121 and 112 3til street northwest, 80? the fllowingrt. realtt,beinglo I n square 423 "PmI having a front f 25 f and improved by two two- ot frame dwellins. in the city of Washlititon. Die trict of Columbia.W Terms of sale: One-third of the purchas money in sal cash. one-third in 'ne year and one-third in two year. sa thereafter the deferred payments to bear interest at cro the rate oY 6 !-r ten &erannul payable eemil-ennu- nol ally, and to tie e "' deEd o trust on m: pai ses sold. or all cash, at t e option of the p= . A deposit of 200 on each lot will be required on ay of sale. Al conveyancing and recordinq j at the cost of the purchaser. If terms of sale be not compled with within ten days from day of sale the - trustees reserve ibe rgt to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. T. JAMES WESTERFIELD. Truste, TE No. 11.4 20th at. nLW. DAVID C. RE'EVE. Trustee. le4-dhds No. 1244 New Jeraey ave. w. I DUCANSON BROS., Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF NEW THREE-STORY AND BASEMENT RTICK DWELLING. NUMBERED 215 C'STREET NORTHWtEST. b By virtue of a eed of trust duly recorded in iber ti No. 128\ folio 73 at seq., one of the land records of the District of Columbii. and at the request of the parties secured thereby, we will sell in front of the Premise. on TUESDAY THE REV!!NTH DAY OF PA JUNE. A. D. 102. AT FIE O'CLOCE P.M.. the fol- 24 lowing real estate situate In the city of Washainton a and District of Columbia. and known and designated a as part of original lot numbered one (1). in square mouth of square numbered five hundred and seventy two (572), commencing for the same on the south line of said square at a point two hundred and ten (210) feet west of the southeast corner of said square. and tn running thence north "ityfour and ninety-five one o hundredths (54.5) feettnce snuthemoterlr nine teen and twenty-ive one hundredths (19.t5) feet; thence south 6fty-one and eighty one hundredths t (51.t)eet to C treet thnce we.,t on the north line of said C street nineteen (19) feet to the placeof begin nin", torether with all the improvements. ways. ri.ht., easements, privileges sndaippurtenances to the I awu belonmr or in any wise aprertainta.nv sidA salo be made at the risk andros of the defaulsid purebeser at a sale of the said premises under the aid deed of trust aforesaid made on the 12th day of De comber. I80. to 0. W. Stickney through ames IL Karr-. I Terms of eale: One-third eash, balance In two equal Installment-s, payable in one and two , the said L balan, * to be represented by note hearg date on the TI day of sale, with 0 per cent intrest. payable semi annually. and to be secured b deedof trust on the prol erty sold. or all cash, at the option of the pur chaser. Conreyncn . c.. at urchaser's cost. A deposit of L0 will requ at the time of sale. " T he termsto be complied with within ten daysthet tes reserving the right in case of default in compl ance with tit' terin iwithin such time to the caser, after not lees than rfve days' advertement much resale in some new o~ ~ub i do ciyani Washington. District of n . tt THOMAS C. PEARSALL of my25-dkda CLIFFORD bMITH. hrst "TFE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED UNTIL ' THURSDAY. JUNE SIXTEENTH. 1101, at SIX 00 O'CLOCK P. H. dil ITHOMAS C. PF.ARSALLTusfs.b JeMOdAdsCLIFFOIID UIIMTH.L 4 01 sal FUTURE DAYS. co LATIMER & SLOAN, Auctioneers. 1407 Gat. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY IN ANACOSTIA. D. C. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated the =th TI daby.f:My. A. D. 1891, and duly recorded in Liber No. 1577. folio 444 et mu.. one of the land records of District of Columbia. and at the request of the party secured thereby. we will ',eI at public auction.in frontof theenpreses.on MONDAY JUNE TWEN Y- co SEVENTH. 1812. at SIX O'uLOC P.M.. the fol- th lowing described real estate, situate in the county of thu 6 ashiniton. Dibtrict aforesaid. and known and de- for acribed as lot numbered eirhty-two (r). the south- TI erly ive (->) feet front b its entire depth of lot num- Hi beredeighty-one (81) and the northerly twenty (20) feet del bI Its entire depth of lot numbered eighty-tr (3) W1 In H. A. r"wolds recorded subdivision of lots seven lis and twelve in the subdivisi. of the Talburtta' e -tate n as said H. A. Griawold's subdivision is dul unrolle& tnw in Liber county nuumbler six, at folio 2.lthe ant- tul veyor's offce for said District, together wihthe tom- thu provenments, consietingof a fine cottage dwelling. Idi with modern improvements, nu Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in one and wi' two years. with Interest (payable semi-an'inally), and i secured by a deed of trust on the property, or all camb. ens Conveyancing and recording at cost of purchaser, of A depst of *100 will be required when the prop- we ertyi struck of, and If the terms of sale be not coin- mel plie with in fifteen days from day of sale the trustees tim reserve .be right to resell the property at risk ad ode thu of defaulting purftERG- -.Tr es Jsi&-Aa_ ENNEST LSCHMIDT, L ATIMER 8 ASA.Actioneers. 14417t. ,eu VALUABLE ViLLA SITE IN WEST END PARE. gi On OCAY I TD A AUCTION. se PAST FOURBO'CLOCKPM., within ouraa tro,i LOT 20. IN BLOCE 19; wi1 LOT 85. IN BLOCK 20. 5.1 Lot 29) fronls on Talbott circle and JWena .ad lot ral 38 fronta onl Di. waon at. a Tern-. easy and made known at sale. d Je15-dte LATIMER A LOAN, Acosesa, to THO'A DOWLINGA idN. Aucts.. 61* East. amw. LOT OF CONDEMNED N(ATERIAL OLD IO.d ERIfMENT. 0 AT AUCTION. On FRIDAY. JUNE SEVENTEENTH, IN at ONE O'CLOCK P. U., we wilisell. at oetyad corner of Canal and First streets soutwtsvrra ion of Old Iron. Two Top Wmgone. let ofet srj B'rdrof the Commete .sD. C. Jl- THOMAS DO NG & SON..* Aneta. DUNCANSON BEOS., Auets., car. 9th & D is. - TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED EAr. ESAT I ON D ST. BETWEEN 21ST AND 2PDSTB..W. Bl -virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court af the Nc Dbrcaf mba, passed osthel ha fJ us Das causeerNo. $1==. Scnna'. 0. Malone et at. are dof ==mtam will el at AT hIVE O'CLOCK P.M. all the Interest et the no ptie o the cases tn te eget half of orsinal! so faras 14)n sure o.e -tfow)a obtarer c..t pe mam saatthe pmrcheee. sobe mpdwt 'L t(10 la.frm day ofsale er will r.a sodaih rAll conva eag ater! 354lMa JOHN E3DOUT9Taw T'*"a"" **** Anc=t.-1*- --. -w twno ur (ihmnaet o Ii the --n a h ..ra...t..r.g~i rntejm ...w9.. eta AUCTON SALEU. ET.W3 ........... ..... -w. wae S 1 P lOXAS DOWLIN* a SO. Aela.. On It . .w. 11e11 rALE OF m the N r T w * r-.. tum e M Eme-*-~, om AT MAY. as TALV-I LOK in aet tof aeies the fst desribed ' .In 0 ALTcn aa WrLr .S. ca 1E. ro ---bahmlt se= li. teaw tome t ate a. be sed N a ..-re. W6.he0= 0 two Vehics on Few CC hot. m. ofas: Propimty Um s am .ei tb-' ruse regetvesth right to piesUae ty at ths of the demmaum r elaemr awyamf at AT A lO AMmsX. 502othil bee hat- h7-60.It rO3A DWELIA S O. AT. 6IE AEI .M.. in 1 OP VAL AZUNIPTIMAL - USE AF VALAL N' TAT&. SITUATE ON FOI RTR fM Sat TWEE AND RIMTON&SMWT.I THE CI o T ATON. OF COLUMIA ae .'"asr. .... IsmimeI I eceaedte we. w H R-PAT G m. a. 1T87E m 8E N." AW%. 14070.r-*... fl. Ssubdlvisma of square ameaed 1WW.ah I lt r- f t west-M. -- S4%4 larbm ia depth to a public aflr e7hu . of sale . .ms.hird ach a o1t "a fees in e DAal iwmftE & twe. a" twinty4ow atlas from aallet sae. with, Iesee ' 1""W" l frc. forwh the pa f rh will gie Fnote%. aeued bye ass dead ofc I he on ope Som e- ot will be rq ii. ir itbiI eam a se. . iUfsO Sdb.t ..d we tr I ietree, myo the uneu~zreserve the rfgtree 64th tand risk of a urchase fer vs daa"s ne by adverthe t of c m. h "ae in ea er NAbh in . f st. . AT Executrix. 31.1 Q oetmsShweoi. D813M BTRRCEfOF. Xue .utor. 5m0 oth street eouthweat K1OMAS DOWLING & 0ON. Ameft.. 612 e at. w. USTETS'ALE OF VAT VAULE IM193V53 PRPRT NO. 1322 RHODE ISLAND AV& NUE NORI W . AT ACTION. Fvirtue oftwo 4edn "fu~ar raetrl Asme 1% R?. am- usiel inLie1S.U eq. sd Jamnary IiareoednU IS. 0 Met seq.. leadth I oorde of the DIt Iolumbia and at the request at the rryeeu reby. at also by virtue of adecraduly7 Masiy Sre Court of the Distrt o Lity caus No. 1373.n om 11th liter ushe 1. we will sett in front 0! the Promtaeo N-l . I y JTET NT 2 0th). ISM3. at RALF. fon twenty-one (21) 1et4 the anta ride altey. Siai pl hvi 4me-let-wtde y Do the wmat side threet a Unprved tb ed. is uzodern ttttee=~m hesemetL vst. afta, payable in one and two yesrs, , - saa reon. Payable em-annually. for wNTcft dhdy ofad*andtbeso ae L eeof Plto0 the poeyor all cooat the optionat the rhaserm. o 4 r a LW will be require at SOflasle. if t Seuso ats ma " mplisi bi e 0 aste reesrve the rInh 11l th pr?" afer five das'V sotioe by eui aim the Evenm ewapepaor* of hisoby adcostorf lauhiinpehmer. All am and" reodmat of RICHARD W. TLR ROBERT G.=. RuTNHP5DM 07-11mi 1397 F t. mLw.. car AIVER & SWLAN. Amelm.. 1400 O a. mw. UxTTIE' SALE or VAL R3AL ESTATE.* 33110 WSNJLUU Svirtue of thepoweqrs iste NJg s enbobtl" etee duly 1= dUce 1117a h ocket of add coat.1lo 1ublic suta nft of the Pmrass FIL 8. thJ43N MTN DAY of !JUN A. D. K. a P. M.. lo W 1101 subdivision of WrlelltIT~ ine W17. In the 0 I=:etby anaver-elet" !eetima public %'la&a Verv1iw~s medwelling. Ne.LraALthhsemnve. elm of eels: ca-tid I ilthe %aimma sb Sand two yisfor which th mote. or th r ow minat 011 gieneeling 6 Per oet m mrod on the proertod A dp~ 1UW ah-i - poperttyIs ead. Torms mb 11t Inp p0a to Aa of 0.AnCIF3 e Am" 00.Llkm L rx P. ave-M. TITUS' SALE OFOVSIU4NLEUIMpROvED REAL ESTATE ON9 TENT- TTD TWEEN MIAETAMWVNU A&SD UTEUE LrtUof a eed of UmAit gioe in =A ml dy wm land recrei for th iriet of OIUMi. ad at reuest of the petty seesred ihmer.we wiR OfEM eeme bypublir action4 taamto reiss EDAY JUNE T*T.PET KRI-F LF-tA.T FIVE OXNWCK P.MIL. te 919.614a cribad lead uAdprela.ehasi aty0 AUCTION8 ALPA puweem WaYS. D Still Sng AA V. Stie A TT , ATKY ENU AND5 os a~9 ae.to u. to esthriwe osahd ew eallh at inf eralh deauie Ad - 'k- 'at PM- frhbrAdo e alte e t at 4dv.Wie se .er.ea ". "aor t. mI t-,;b it. lD.C. wit RaleS. ytde Coter'e tbtract. _e__4_dB a D. liss a._ jUICAi3O 40t .A ane. ath.d Dai. mw Ta --asm afrF O A~s' 9.v LOT FW SIW. No. 119a NR TT STEEtt4E .~ soft the D" Co D ereta e Nia. A. weaeM n SeeiW 390 1 &?VgR coTERl iSoTREET.WelsIla eto. a deendaate, the .ud.reised trsteam w :i i Al TIVE I M.. to the iwrhet bidder. 1..t irty-4..-r k.41 t Willttan Beaebiiia lm ri n hndred andi elahty. Vishx book W. F. paces it tahe hof tb. sm. =o at the tvDo( of Couibia. toretebe with the bulds n wowemeste there.. The term. f sale as s.eert eed by the &14 dereS are as follows: Oneo-tr Of the par-aase niomer to he lidin cash and the haian'e is twoequal tmstallnsata, C~hmkrespoectiely in ee and two yeas after date. isert tai i. a, Six r rest orr ansnu. pa)yable wiLmeI.Said ieered I'asrvii . he1 h hi the P s urdw3 m,4et toor sunae. eeaWed by oed trst M opte potw eet s.-. tiomed. or anl of aid pocesan taima~be* rId Os4 cash. at the option of he pure ant sale be eolhed with in ta das fProw day of sale. A de P~ade 011:Vbe required hem tate prbesehat ti.e ofa All ceeyaanciag ad revor a BEN . F. LEIGHTON. TreutaP. TROWAS P. WOODWXAK- IT steea The te re t f S C'-: 4 l. ae a w. botilled to Sic their vlaisus. tur~e ith th oub e theefor. with tho ierk ot the coun within thst d MBi. F. LE2GTO. Tresee, THOMAS P. WOODWARD 3.14-d 472 La. ave. a.'w. ATIME SAN. Auti . 14070 at. a.W VALUABLE BUILDIWa L01 ON LE EAsT stim or r STH TREET DETS 'N X AND L TREEl-N KOUTHR EST. Os SATURDAY AfTERNOOW. INE E111. TEENTE. It-2. at FTVE 0'-IAK .in front of tie raenise. w- shall erli erts otli and -n ta square . 0thow a fro at Wfeet by a depth o I& Tersn: 4 me-third cash. balarce in 6 and 12 annth with esaes beariag iLejrest and secared by a ded trust . c, dl'-sxh. at option of purchaser. $1410 d. Posit reo d at the teeo t. All eonvatsnS. oratomerparche. LATIER &%il4NbAv. EC1UTOR3S PALE OF VALUARLE IMPROVED EEAL ESTATE SITUATIF IN BLAGDE'N1 AL LET BETWE N NINT AND TFNTE STlkET WE T AND M AND N SrLav1 t NORT IN WASINGTON CITY. DItiClC OF I01RVIHBIA. r virrue of the last wil and t gsment of Sanas oEkkirt. dereaed the tunutiid. a rtter me tru. will el at i"*" . - a ~~~~~ .sa. sMNA the 7W6tiI or DY I A. D. 1407 as ihALF-PAST FIVE OICLAWK P. W.. &I, that part at lot No. 1 i. aqure No. :IR bsetaimin at the southest carner et said set and rus teet e w feet two hs; th north Ofty fett them-#e weat wreesain foet two lathes., 0 f sauthlAty se to the Pace t l g. twelve awanths from day of sale. with taturept. or which purchase will ies motes seeured by 4"de o tre ask o so. or all casat optiam of pr chaser. A depaalt a t 0wil be reile a e IMoMdL An come recordr at tost t 'urebamser I4 ilaret sak. if tsrawabo pliaet a the y .1 Sale rarbt s a the cost ad risk of detaulthg paohwer ~t. .pt y nottwb edvertiaest of vach resals in - so- @wpap-aw limbe ilk the said eit at Wooihutia. ANDREW J. EUrEM E.l 017IF Mt. . w. TVWusha T3O6. E. WAOGAMAN. Awl. 3s74&da TROMS DOWLING & 50 . AueCs.. 613 s. a. VAlUABLE IMPNOVED PROPERTY ON P XTRPJE1 ETWEEN THIRTY-FtTikTN AND THIETY A O8TREETh. GEUbGE1TWN. D. C., AT AMCTON. On TUESDAY. jUNE TWENTT-PaRT. 2W_ a FIVE O'CA)CE P. M., we will i infreat of the Hunulse part or Lot 146. frossimg 46 feet 8 isches us south Side of P or Third street by depth or LZ bet imovd 1 fegnTwo-atory Prime Houses Termnn .ft cushb balance i Saoe two or throo eas. with ianrest. secad by a deed o kft t a thu = r. all .sh, at the opias at the pert-has. ?dsst- tl00rqired at theine of Sale. AM Jr" rTUI STATUS MAXSHAL S 8SaLE: BY VIB Samr at the Cupreme court oe DitIed af od is and tS me dnected I Will sel at t4kl a f.. 000h atm anenw save] ahmeter l E f W 30 n Au WDESDAY the T NL -4OON DAT tJUNE. 1,TW VE OCiA)C M.. all tu e"A loetir.. tatief t"g -0 right, title1claimt ateat of the iidgeadasts In ollowiar deeribed twoperty, tlowit: Oni (1) regh ame saed, one (1) paing' esam ai boiler. as. (1) hoist or derrick. eised and levied ous Cthe proertjo Patrick K. kcLughlin. Aurtas dinaG. (hair. tradin as P. . Me I&"-h Co. ad wIl be w~id to oWdat *vaload ,L.9&4*Ja e-erol Josiab Dent. 4AIEL M. RAN*DEf r. s. Meual. ERATCL MF. DANEL &t W.. -Auctioneers l-It.21 DUCA SON RS.. coets.. 6th a DL a. w. TRaSTE'S sALE o VALCABLE PROPERTV TERRE-STORY PRESSED BRICE DWELLING. NMBER 17A ELEVENTR STREET NOETH f vitue et a es dee at4 f trast beAriur date Do esimber 15 s90ad dualy recorded in Liber 1:461 at fo 11 b1 he 55fcrds for I. District Of V jwmseoa SATUED T E IUTENTH DAt J1~UNs.I.et FIVEO'CLOCE P.N. .the-fonohwuas daserihed relestate in the city at Waelhnenea. D. (.. sepesa-hikdweln atnar all auuser impromaib.Cam he encupied as a stairs. Mtable is ~eiafsale: Thiapropeety is sote siaert to -mof acs was t daysfro bale p ureba... A dpit 4;60reeadatt'meoeea..--d esweeyamclm. hc.. at the east et seehsr 5306.. A . .. 6th UN . m T SSE'ALE OF IXPROVED PROPERTY 01 COLUMBIA HEIHI T5. & Wrta oftw des o trsthearing date Way 4. A. D I~t 1and de secorded in Libier 1AS3. blela of the eltic t Colemianda thered et the prisseenred therebt, wre sil hars 1ut th rmss. RDAy (t CLt)CK P. I.. the foline de. Uthsaea eaacnena ..said leinw erb et ldbsnma Iad 12. Ia bloc& naamd 41. is ibdividos at the cotth ronde o the Coluesbias et iandimwae by two las etaasdwell. with tbesannet hos.The tesae ee athe cassetf each hess. being asa-third of the iara-hama withalrta Uprrs ~~~ofwil e eqie LA~ SeANet Team. W tohe~ ON ON WRTCUT AZU Danemiber D. med duly reerded ha iner No. .ene et the ladu reoomda of the sad at the susst of the party .dste...ie h. abset enam arms 488. MON O I=-S los. em" scum spstnm B XEIDICAI4 ke. hi...r SMOL I.d~i W.. s'.rf~q~.-a ~ C 4" Our ~~ w .ba I a .~ M .am 4 w,1m.. . l~htnb. h ftsg emnd-liin me . .a.b~ towmM daumu Owts4.*ma h4 L~~l-4a0*ff 6lAaaa4w np agt *u5 t h.6 In. pq; ft#k inCO riiatv "M~a 1b f . U. *s. J. A&eo. an4ej4a jqa,.tai- A U%,enAm.%,Wainj~ a. ROWNTW6 as -1 S ,.. Dmc-*o mowow 1411h I% Barwr*081). mo Ad osIan lae"Ai~nsm Pr Wwret. -"mgb U~32 . S.D.XA ket" uo. amf a DInbrTnTL AT C UtE UEI lPOIAMba..wno law. 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