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mmt rum0wntn int ebm scnessg.. lbe Wt Cemeneuemmn Ensetes Smeen fiany so" Emsa Ewenteg. mmanwuut UrcrTna or Tan sCuooL soasm MAKE As Abam-33. maonoan as GIVE A WMACICA3 84- Us TALK To TEX GAADU ATOP-TEX amaN0AS AWAnDP 3T coSone momm nos . Thsty-dve bright and capable yomag boyt and girsh became Just evening avanable material in the besimse world. They have acquired the knewblse of bsiessmethod, mad the practical mU ofoech tus as the typewriter, stenography, beebeping, A.. and they are now redy to asu TSh emterprioing bosn-- med of thh eity to deelop and expand their bunm-. The ewst elose af the Wamhington U.e-... High School graduated let evening and the public biteuset in that egent was made evident by the faet that nmery every scat in the hll of the Costral ligh scheol was occupied. A IASOK A"P APPRUCITVZ ArSIINCU. Admso endy b card. and any o-e who know the se of the hll reallas that it r qtres a good many people to alI it. It was not enlv a lage but appreciative gathes lg, and the grada. were given a hearty rocepUM& The members of the elass ocupied seats the pltform, which was adorned with dower. The wals Mwe doeorned with the nationl tolov and the Marme and played a number of patiedte airs, so that the ocesion was set without that ever at love of country which in emphahed to the insruetrom given in the public school.. The bad played a amber of iesetie and them the nevecation was deliveNed by Rev. Charles A. Stekely. Superintendent Powell. with a few fie remrkeD, lre dced Mr. Joke T. tehell, the ofent or the board of truees, as the prMihegoer of the evening. N&. UTrremmu:6 SLAV" ffncz. Mr. Mitchell metli a happy little speech, is which he ompbsalUd the importmace et this branch ot the instruction given in the public chob. The main purpose, he said, In semb limbing the school was to open the way for those unable through ach of means to commiue the academic course, to at themselveu to becme at ome preducers. He exprssed epet that the appropriatioms were not suMeient to able the board to enlargthe scope of the manuai trai lag given in the publi schools to th etet that it seemed desirable. He thought that the demand of the pesa t time was for more hands And. P psewer boads. The aim of thi ebolb UPmen and women to be -t we=rei an believed that the bus mesa community would be -ileed with The reumisI. It was proposed to make the diplomas Issued bm s school valuable in the bhoms world, se Sue whom an applicant to a basin am ar and bad a diploma *I this -,tint would be a the reference and bedosrement that would be re un mason. mnse ~am. The address to, the graduating class was de beared by Mr. .a-dre Smks and wsu a plain, practical t& fto of sound advice. In the euteet he explained he had been asked by Mr. Davis. the principal of the school. to Ceme up and give the boys a talk. Mr. Davis failed to my anything abo t te girls. Mr. ak. aid he was used to taing to young men, and, while there were bso--T . etabHiubment, he never aSgwa to them. After this little try . sde I with his telk and yed addd - inmaeking a speech that was ists me t only to the boys and the girls, be ase to the audience. He mid that good he t -in-es was alwa needed. Be had employed graduates of Nth School and found them to be amoue the bul 3 he ever had. Bat thy UaSquired Washhngton fever for mesey and had dropped out ot r a yomug man #a t t he a bua k n hon e. ven though at was at the lowest point, there was as teling whes he would end. IM Pnaan2rnm "I A nnuwus. canin. The po loie were ver great and lay thin the grsp of @skb individual. Al ad inement dupded onth.eindividual, whether he was faithful and diligent. Mr. ebW smid that it was imp-sile to beep a good man down. There was to 'ina*= he oid, rom Sr the Indise who Sated to work. He wmed Jeaag men aboet oaae d- and said t evo esmpanism had OEMt en Rmeter a en enduct. .e of the .. t houss truthfl and said that If a a started frum te feundatiem of good prin. dpls a" he would endure where mm app.e. eas - emrmiat had ran their course. In conlsio e e that suh es of s gad ants weand eb sc by e ,ning it, Mr. b.k.' ear.stbehige sede were s.mly ap. -rmaa=---. A miethic duM by abas youngldies under te decti oft Ui mig was a pleaing exhi bitien of raestl mavement andpcete The yeng lhdise were dresosd in white, beir 1ous Ewe at the eisie type, which left asmi freto give the8 various movements in Is exercse with a an d gt tha ~ appadudby the audience. The y ws delivered by Mr. . 0. Daesm. whose goed delivery assed for him the um *eided atten et the audience and the 01le e ommudom aIsOAS AMAnn. Cammesiar .s.delivered thediplomas.,e Os graduntes, as feeiws: Frank Walter Dran d..b-rg. Robert Golden Donldn, Robert Walter Dyer, Wiiom Henry Goteb, PAl Abn Bal, 2is iBna, Edward Dewer Be EIL.' t od E d W - ReherM Hal Tuume Wase Abermann, Eatie Teesa Ce~ima, Whe Dyer, Daise Florence Maw larpeese, sM Slsin-eet Annie Eliam bsth Laier, ~Toliem Lush, Hattue amat, Emmha Jabseu White. ... -.euw... ,am....A. ....g... EStereesg Fs am Ot the Clustag se see ihe Temh Phue Es Eeeg. The cl4 enaehen of Ut. Deminin's pa rurhal Ueheel were held last evening he St. Dominic's Hal, earner Of 6th and 1 strese aeetwest The haD mas crowded with pare a.4 fricude of ths ch~drea, wheeuioped a pro grm arrangd for as --e-n The program was as fenews: Grestng by the popib; dust, "TsavIate,' ~tea hrmme,Pram Dliese nd John Swan; "mfevat of te Basm," its giris; reetan "Owmej's setclus" Jamse amchley;charm., "Sm--r 7svenng's lnen." li-ntle om... charms, -Bes b;'e; reitae, -msail af Rmundss; ,o' Oens; dumbel dril, boys. rherss "Elpud.e..." gil; dll"The Nihaesel." boys; *--mbo--ine drib; the leered H..rt. pupn.. The elsias remeh were made by lather lEdme. paser of the church. Amg tesne pemt were the nov. lath... nau, Tedl., Lay and Uceely. gr. Jeans cor s en ""'""T-mi.-.a i-na Ssse and asa IhMti to Phamagspphy. The puapef. JIm's co g meteined tr rebdvieed4 friende yesterday ansern..a with a uael. neiteeting ==hbten- bn two parte. let asut, gee ted by Prof. J. J. DIs, esaited of tes reading e .--pe..am en Engis us "David swam" m.. the iset W. H. M ahuse; "The Seese of Jme,", taa ae Lsmes.Dew's -anag. tms," muas @e Mimet fJ. E. UsEsek'. empo bn. 4 Len P. Magma......."T"m" en "6smemteraiesp" mus weE donme. Thesseendpastpseed h y inluenig. It es mn aselit phoaeghy. Prof. Win. 5. Caumim, as tese, esudisted e onseisun, Ospis Of tam Sean and Cenpgreieuu e ard 1ss e---a g e auimse. an sietions seed wh~e mhedit apsa es bheb hind b e e .et...- Two aiea tech pert. einse wa mueud Uan&, .L A. ever, E ge, .4 Iiemh . a.BTe menY. hs Uase peli bei peisdy'issaa Ires er s e chpeby Ua.. M~tnnm et W. L. bwae an...a aa hea. ... TIM WAS3 WAX4E RANUILU it Flmkf. Over Two ure Pubme sebeeb Cemmne at the MMadMm Above two amwre 4 the publE seboek of tS city the sar spngled baer Sca today, and it does soe aaNgh eeortet the Order at United Ammerien N..h..m, who, yesterde afternoo. with i-pressive ceremeeiss raised the 6g ot a9 eomery Over 60e Webater 8eAo, 30th and streeb uorthwest, and over the Cr.ran co.o, G..rget.w. Previces to the g I the EN r and Junior Order. of Untid Ameecm Meehamis of the Distriet .erted IIa maprern smme ot the uniformed tmk at Pamnlva to te White House, where they were roviewed by the Premident and several mambhe et the eabtoet From the White Homes the viie were es. crted to the depot, where they tech h trait for Atlantic City, where the national soames Maets today. After seeing the visetors of' the e--a-n proceededo the Webster School where a srge crowd of ea.ho hldeen and friends were amembled. The hymn "America" was mug by the eael children, after which Rev. Dr. moon of the Sevemt Da AdvenIte' Church efered a fervent proye. Th Rev. Dr. Woodruf of Mth I. E. Cpe, South Wath Ingom. a member of the Junor Order, then =ne the Meg to the sehool, and at asignal the ter teri s .. Mr. E.W. Bm bletem of r iineao. Junior Order O. U. A. I., the Meg wes run up by Mr. Camp bell of Eage Councile, as the children mug "The St6r Spagled e..r," a rMMned by the band. Cemmo r Dogam .eep0.d she .g d n .boh.f ofthese-ool hone of his very y wpe&ee. and wee foelowed by m s ".. Robineon, therater Of th day, who delivered a very afeetic8 epoe. The cam then roceded to the Cnrooran ,= where...- '"'" ....ried .et. w..ee~acc"'ev. Dr......h t Pk 90 Chpel, th and N -reet, and the as a pale prmeued by Mr. W. W. Bakl of Valley Forg Conil. MA soopedi brief but eloquent 'h by Mr. Mre oeof the teakhers ih School Repr e-eta tv R.bis.o al.so divered a very ..etiv ad dream Master BugheS, a pupil at the school, recitdhe posem .The Amer.can m in a very manner. Mr. dward A. Re of E "omnell, Junior Order U. A. X., acted W smeater of ceremonies. Mr. Gao. I Howard. Plate couneir of Tir giia, was the chief marsbal of the parade, eso. E. W. .mblom . L W. D..bm, T. E. Powers, W. W. HBll, I. A. Raid, J. Seho Al@d. Jr.. end W. L Dents, acting s his aido. The order. through its committee on gag rais g propoe arhin everal other .cah-o. map inthefall WrUm TO so TaS SvUMEE. am"o aemte Whnoe one Can -BeWs From the naE. Oceaa City, N. J.. is one of the growing re sorst along the Allatie coamt, although the Traymore Bo9 situated there, is a fl *ad admirable specimen of what a ho be. The house is centrally located with an ocean view from each room. The bathig at Omean city is unurpased and the p-aft hes hourly steamboet connection with Atlantic City, and the rate. at the Traymore are 4 and O.50 per day. There are just 3,00 feet of plessa to De" Stark's hotel at Ocean Grove, N. J., and there is always a breeze on at leet 1.0 feet. The hotel is of the net order and has been newly enlarged to Ave stores. The table is of the beet, while the house is equipped with arteelan water and electriie 'it and bes. The amni arrangment e been moat ceta fly after. The hotel is now open and will remain so during the year. For any one desiriug to spend any length of thme on the Atlantie emat there is nothing more plemant than a e at that riceof reeort, Ocean Grove. May Jones, wheec address is be 2^,2, Ocean Grove, has a a~ttege in one of the most deirable aitations at the Grove. which she will sell or rent. Ocean Grove is noted for its comfortable and homelike hotel. The Aurora is at 6 Surf ave. nue, only twe home ftom the ocean, and a bet ter or more desirable sittiom would be hard to Ad. The Aurera ere spesial rae for June and September. The ales entrance to this I I g resort is at g Atlantic avenue, whibe any Isfermation esan be obtained by ad dressiug- Mr. A. Bel, P. O. bo 410. Ocean orove. The Almat CapeMay, . J., is directly eppeit hot and ehld em water bathe and is the tr, hme. em the-beach ma Docatur atut. Cape ay aorie the isiter for a short or log tay 2 ahn ; at an cessa raemrt and the Al Me al the enetaI Of a ho.m nefser lathe prpieter. - The eM=ten at Cape Nay has long inee e tabelihed a reputation for aueilenee which meh yeer adds to. The hotel id now o ad willremain eo until October under pro eo Mr. X. Theo. Walton. The Stock isone ef the beet hotels in the country and is alwaye y managed. A epeeialeature of a smen at the Stockton has basem social funetims which are in Cape May ban m many thoroughly good hoelo as any reeort en the Atlantic comst, and among the beat I the Windor. which leos di reedy en the srf, with its coolig brea and d p.modis. The Wind.or is already far a Y guests which will witnees ita arraagements and admirale mangement dur tag the hot months. To may Washingteoninm the knowledge that h F. Grign is the proprietor of the Hew lan d at Long branch wig be an earnet cled ang uchwth he scial ple...e and semshore pleesuree la a cool paelein summer. and the Bowland Hothas every moern e to maae the geeste em fort~s. rate atthehouse are froms 6.6 per day upward and the hotel opene June 5. Long hanch. with it pretty cottagee, well ened-for etreets and eneellent beach, ls -n of me et the comet reorta. Thbe West Be~t ath asnch la well worthy of hte anoudl he hotel lsae well equipped ac ay in the eontry and its cuisine by hes excel lenos is able to add set to even anm ptt byrand the em air. Thehoeopn Jun N unerthe maangement et D. K an W. K. MudreS. There is no semsid hotel that he a wider thaCongree. Hall, Cape Nay. It be open this seasen June W0and will be conducted em the earn liberal eale that bee been the fature at the amanegement In the past. For informaln addreee Nrs. 5. F. Ca. Loas then a blcek from the oea is hoeated the Central Homse, 15 Nato avenne, Ocean Grove. The a. is ham and there is a eiuldostok. Mr.. Addie Morehouse wil large -ism and -m parlor are among the attractivefeature. at Buxton Villa, Cape Nay City. N. J. The bohe a near the beach. Mrs. J. A. Myers the propnietream, gives peeiml rate. for the --.... The appointamente at the Dunrobln, Asbury Eark, awe lit am s, whee the terms are amod erste. John L. Strueper, the proprieter, wil mend a cireua giving iermatiee and rate. An "une-betcted ocea view -s he obteined fromn the breezy porchee at the Naryland on New Yark avenue, Atlantis City. Tis honme wee ereted to 1801 and bealle the mnodern eon veine.The proprietor and amenager is F. At the ocean end ot South Cu a eveie, Atlantle aity, lathe A~aie. It is enlarged and herovd.and thyrpttr A. N. Jehime. Added to the my attraetne at Osam GUy, Nd., thi. ownen la that at rapid ruead servie fromn Washington. The Atlmatle Baes, owned by the Stoepusent Reach Cempany, wuB be opend finr teJune 5, under ha mnae amat o . heooreL. P aet the hete smeltern The hotel ha ben 1.i...y St ted up and pervied with every es..fes, The beachi I. hence, and mneea he are al the pleaure. at the mesid. The Detdoal asnet Adantis city i. a.bath the oean and ha smaras Ite les hog hu ama anheed n unebetreated view. It is etth Heeto in gtn The e. *. Esmm.ee ITomnamve he eto ter:uSam a date et the em pssen at the Are ag h Depuhbe to W aatn. Weal be. ast late September, aseee the umdg emjM beadndeen. pIaei.masewma hie cammt bde and em 3.W. i!he da.ehad bc r a o ethqe at madqutea a A Ce~MPLET MMAM OmSELo. Vhe Zoe at seer, Ntshel'n% Wiobse ommeinte and No T"eMof . Senator Mtehb at oforgem on urday otred up s smoriise to theOm the letriat whisers wh*sk have herwtee emamentod or renher eseseled the lower part of his Asse. Se that iumehe has mot witha saeris of ad ventures growing out of the foot that few even of his old acquaintances were willing to acknowledge his Identity with the luxuriantly bewNshered gentleman they had known in other days. And thisinotto be wondered at,s th less tf his beard has asode him look at leat ffteen years younger and he changed h ap perance to an astonishing degree. When he arose in his plae in the Senate yesterday to ofar a Bill Senator Manderson. who was in the chair, lashed at him in bewilderment for an in sotat and then said in a hesitatine sort of way: "The senato from -." The Orego man knoew what was the matter and =mlingy hd te preideet pro ten. out by suggelg At thi senator Frye looked around and also failing to recognize Mr. Mitchell, asked: "Is the gentleman a member of the Senate?" A sueie went around among those who noticed the incident, and as a measure of precsation Senator Mitehell was escorted about the cham ber and reintrodneed to thoseOf his'col leongu who had not mot him since he prtsed Wihhis whiskers. Seater Mitchell WAS stopped by the Senate doorhoeper and forced to give an account of hmelf. He went over to the House to we Represamiative Herrmann of Oregon, and at the doer had to tUl who he was before he could in. When he found Mr. Herrana that g man did not show the least eign of recognition and Senator Mitchell talke with him several sinutes before the Representative discovered who It was. They then putu a ob on Repre sentative Burrows, to whom Ir Herrmann in troduced the Senator as the Rev. Mr. Ford, an clergyman of the Swedenborgian Mr. Burrows immediately gave a religious pitch to his voice and a pious turn to the conversation, falling a complete victim to the trap set for him. Representative Payne of New York was victimised in the same way. A CLAIM FOR IMAGINARY SHIPS. A Fromb Spillation Se Decided Against the Claimant. The French spoliation cases of the ships Monad and Unainvolving the sum of 6M9.000, have been rejected by the Court of Claims. The contention of the United States attorney was that the evidence introduced in support of the claim "was forged and perjured from be ginning to end." The claims are based on the ght of February 2, 1800, between the U. 8. 8. Constellation, Capt. Truxtun commanding, and the French frigate Vengeance, in which the lat ter lost over sixty men, killed or wounded. The Monad and Una, it was claimed, are imaginary ships. the crews of which are alleged to have been on the Vengeance as captives during the above mentioned engagement, which lasted over five hodr. The ships are said to have been burned in the presence of Capt. Truxtun. Included in the evidence is a letter purporting to have been written by him giving an account of their destruction. The government counsel contended that this document was a complete forgery. The elaimant in these cases is George L Moody of Philadelphia. GEN. GRUBB'S VISIT. It is Generally Believed He Bae Resigned the Spanish Missien. On. L Burd Grubb, United States minister to Spain, was in Washington for an hour or two yesterday. He came over from New York on a morning train and returned after paying a Eying visit to the State Department and White House. It is generally understood that he has re signed his mission, but no official announce ment to that effect has yet been made by the Baite Department. In an interview Gen. Grubb said: "I have accmplihed a that I desired to do and more, therefore I conder my mission ended. I have succeeded in getting the reciprocity treaty be tween the United States and Spain and all her colonies ratified; I have induced the Spanish government to raise its rohibition against American pork and to rty a treaty for reci precity on copyright. These were the principal queions I was expected to settle. and I have, I tAk, done so to the satisfetion of my gov ermaent. The President Gets the Gavel. Mr. Harry H. Smith, assistant register of the treasury, -eled on the President yesterday afternoon and presented him the gavel used by Chairman McKinley at the recent Minneapolis envention. Senater Teller's Dsntal. Senator Taller of Colorado was asked yester day as to the truth of a rumor current in Chi eogo quoting him as saying that if Gorman was nominated by the democrats he (Teller) would be for him. Mr. Teller emphatically denied ever having made such a statement and declared further that he had never thought of such a thing. Peniss Claies. It is stated at the pension office that on the 3d day of May last, by order of Gen. Raum, 00 e=aminers in the pension office were put to work making calls for evidence In claims pend ing In the bureau of pensions and to ordering amedical examinations. This work was con tinued for twenty days. ending the 11th instant, during which timme. 99.612 cases were taken up and calle amade for evidence that will complete them, and amedical ezaminations were ordered in 37,274 cases. This work will be prosecuted with vigor, and It in estimated that by Setember 1 next calls for evidence as well as mdclexamination. to complete all the pending oases in the offie will have been made. Cespoeatiene as Sureties. The War Department now accepts as surety on bonde of contractors any company dply In corporated under the laws of the United States, or of any state, which in authorined by its char ter to becmea surety, provided such company furnishesm e year a satisfactory statement of is fianc-ial condition, including a statement of its ezisting obligations of this nature, together with a prprly authenticated copy of the record showing tenames of the offieers of the comn pany, and no legal objection in known to the ac ceptance of sach a company as surety on the bondle of eoeers ired to ..be en under section 1191, Stattes. depart mat, however, does not aecept a bend with a cendition providing for its conellation upon sixty days' written notice. Neemtnatiene by the President. T1he President yesterday met to the Senate the feffowing =niatin: ' Samuel P. Bartlett, olletor of custom at Little Eg Harbor, N. J. First Ident. George P. Scriven, United States d~s71~atantnear A. B. Bten chief ; Asistnt ginersBenjamin C. Hared P NotonandClarence A. ,Carr, passd asisantengineers. First Lisete. S. W. Quackenbush and Geo. 1. EllictS, United States amarine corps to be agZn.te Natal Coestructor Albiert W. Stahl, to be a naval comtructor. Iagst ~m-- in the eontry Berned. The esemy building Ot the Fsmkhin cesty Cremery Ass--aio at Ut. Albmn, It., the leaggeS in the United 80sea, was burned to the greund yesterdaey. Wity tern Of butter in en adjehming eciri storage building were saved. Some flftemsof butter and 1,00 tem of ise were destroyed. The lees is nearly severed by an emme===W1 The erinmry pre des from 1,6 17,US penetO butter ne&. e the s-emm the ak Ot ever ~ese, frem a adias et ft The ws esetedlastyear. Mr'. gasesmad ee as Uestme. En-Pmddam Geweamd went up them hi heme - M d's beg to Hestenasses with J5seph Jefausen, arrivlag in etem at asseeaks. Ne was emSeet the etaee by Se.ass iho, with his wige, inneined the e nat oGmy Gsablesaen . Mr isin said:"Isa due aipI ha AUCTION SAUEM TOU DOWLIhN 11101N. masm.. m t nw. MMWPR A. Pwe Is* " "wo or thim a rus th jb14Mse Aastianssa. R'""#A "'mfl. num ahUIo. N ad the for the t for(5) the same ft I wmetes ne bt ita saev en (0ft south the northeast er.. of smfidasnbed aft-am.d~~e~ see~ethou.thm (1q 1175) fied to an~ teso. na .im i e d the di-ninglintb ne (511 and *f-two (.W-) themejtate mm ai one two rT line thirty-S ead feet to w* est limeT rubf. towle It all Ways, at. righ. privileges and fig aol an4 bearina eres the yof rat te.pcor per mnum untilpipym semit na or c .t the ato day s he of t re ROBINSON WHITE. THIS EVENING. SUCTIO ALE TN uT PA. AVE. . or0 loth. at teue Aimad.Gl Watfchesma ted mga.hi Rings G Revovara w York a o APaclo" ancom of FUTURE DA~is. L ATIER A SLOAN, Auctioneers. 14Gat. PARLOR FURNIT E IN RAW SILK AND HAIR IG OTASN WILLOWCHAIRS ENGRAVINGS AND NI0 EEER ACATIONT BLDI BDTA (SIGL AND T DOB E WRNITPRI D PARLOR, CINERAW SALL AND HAIR CR ALUT NIG ROOM F I ENT WOoD CHAIRS SIL ER-?LAITKD WAR. CHNAVI AND LNSITHN REQUTES.f On ib MORNING. JUNE TWENTY. FO men D LIat r No. G sreet nrth wesCK: commnn S TN O'CLOCK.ON wesallW the entire contentL. which emba al cle of huse. JeilI-t ________Auctioners. ALTER B. WILLIAMS R CO. Auctioneers. UES SALE OF TWO- RY FAME ALEIU NG AND NUFT 1~ vire ofrde of tiber Ndatett November 30 ss m. n t lend rebord. fo th Ditrito ER At c act in t f tn ,. FrAfJU LYsNo 1 t2 BStr nAoEHA ALNUTIV ODLC P.M the folon reel tae an th cim o ebaln In oneid Ditit toewit annu WBpo t r nn rc re udvseo WIts CHAIR SIVRPLI v A-E bNAo sDe No. t. itHrt QISTE mORn eW. t ese ng. o. B street orthf tharsiont i-wihmrw allwohu TebooldeT er. of wh It rust dE B IIEY, Ipr oe 1 action e. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VERY R FALABE EP AET ONo AEND LT. D EET UWETOE tA vtrtueo all chrtoioe of rtced aer L3vD m actnmd recorddina pubrchsr o. o.s. f Term o No.1.fat3. ne of the land eeord s for theo Dis . and at the o rlted rewnest f par of sepat eu terey.ve lhlt teell otr in an"t sfathe prchser in AURDA. THE TWN'-IFT_ tht I e folo ig . de sied prprIn the tiyo ab ingto Z5 oW m. D . HLTrc ol A to wt: The 8ot part ofo9.1llt 8 n squareN.1 X ihte Im7.obe t=. form thusme o . &St Dntesotes corner of sadleT nd rnn on thnch $est meest to an ayt thmeofW blnce not rsid ale 1d etw years Siches t at e .cent Z, sth ale mn1 deof ust.1et 2n potyeo to the lacefainnf t Wrs . of alch E. at 1t 4 6 e r cen TWEEN~~ G111mr AN TET.IPOVvED Y B vo be ofap cetn ded dy r0omday of a. No be.flo :5 ems a th ha Theor far n DisATIr of oui mt to resis07 am stf prurae of AURD TE W T tefllow":hecnibed dout ntu i tWs WK.on D Ftrc Hf OLTbiAN wt Teorbn pat f gal t t. h ue inn foC tP Hm o est oE ptec Distni of Columbia. and rtnei n thet f a tan aly ten nor anummi leyI as Inchet there st ill fe tene s1uh faono the ofeaf atrointe 2In es to the plache dibe atnnin Tes of s bainerad cash sfae in b aindtn 2fowthItretr the saeort atst 6 ter souteas to an alleyhe semi-rthanualid seed boo I of d t. 5 @4 % nchsro th pac or allcstthe. Temon of e prchaser. c100 d t teow@sale. Tedms yoecmp with in atedso the ru oo6per tm, will be resold at risk adr.o0 of the I '&auli pup chserafter iv.days'readveartgnut In TheEenlp. CWM. MAY3. XeO-fdbda JOHN McILVEEN, T ut5. L ATIMER & SLOAN. Auctiones, 1407 G mseLt TRUTEE' SLE F IPROED ROPERTY O'W _7d o fth Supreme ou. t . the t409o"tromia redee emMay 24. 1 ,i e1 ca ae No. t e, Ke.ughtand other. are deedmat h neagu theni inou ofthe ~naao'kNS O'COCKP.Mar the ciht tc orprclo ladaye inte Wasinlln Ditrc of Cou 'a.adoer utd nte.phi qta o lnothAidct fWahala patd eihten(i) et ix16 Icasrunn ethenc wea to heres lne f aidlo on hndrt nd hen (1 fet-haesuhegte il eti 5 Inchaes. AUCTION BALER TOOK DOWLING & ist... m0Esne.. A'Obaser DOWLING a SON Amts. D.w. ItR- WE9-23 .... .t NXL .M. t of the pr ats -Ier dlret om No RIDIATO . haJsll, i frootafthewga: pailo reming t outh ath. mo theme s e.4.o .w!yetiateP n A-d-s. -- GOr p., amm~~:. d of ~ ~ aqe male aubgN r AIM reaol 8UI 0 GO11s' WALT R BL W'ERIL B O.. Anct0.ues. TORTCK ROI DWUL[ TB ~ ~ IW THE- FTN 8 BEON at FAI . o? r ro amt e don el.cnhoueth of of LANe If 17l is'" 6 nIff% ""*'a ejmo PTermaftmle: 006,011" emab. balance is oMq. t end three yefa; te bp r frod ayd eand acred D C co ad Aouvmng. bA. Atkr dw ,he a r ELEYt O. th ere are not conper ifth n withi A wittit of andys of Zktbe property will be reodat risk and eat ado V.TVI&MV1O&TE B. WILLIAM k 00.. Auct. & 00..Amds..Rs.aaw. TWRTR AND NINTAD N M 'MAM U UR XORTH WEST. rl er ofTth I e a N AnetM . IZ..17%, mad IDwu houses aye a Warmm: One-third cmook the balance in one and two t erannu pay" enua comb l btt e t the ti0 o ae A depoit P0on eah't=e at the @O s* te a re nt coplied with in 13 daye ft th Sa right r e to rl the property at the adcamno the defauilting purchaser afe 5 day"' ad vrTIement such reele Ine newpper t liehed In at , inWton D. C. cl coneyaet the Cosag t the Purcer . C )e5-d1ds RATCLIFFR. DAIR CO.. Aucts. LATIMER & LOAN. A'ft"*. 14m17a et GOVZRNMENT SALE or FURNIT-U E, CAXRETS TPEWRITERS. kc., &c. nWEDNESDAY JUNE TRNTY-SOND. "FM. at ELEVEN DGC A. M.. at the Interior Dn partment. corner of Sib and G at. n. w..* we will mall a quantity of o d maoiLcsaelr ARNtR CARPETS. CHAIRS. WATER COOLE6RS. Ae. 15 TYPEWRITERS AND STANDS. Zearia cambh y ej of the Secretaof the Interimr. - LAKIAR A SE.AN. Auet RAT1LwFE. DARE & CO.. Anets. VERY DESIRABLk NW " EER1OR 3EIFK HOUS NINE RMS N AL O ERA IMPROVEMENTS, NO. 2TM1 UTRET NORTTT EBY AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. A.1 SECOND at SIX O'CLO)CK. we wl inle. to front of 6 prendaso . SrB LOT M. SQJUARE 14. Imrovedby anew 3-etory brick house; 9 rooma and a odern improvemes. Temst will he etted at the time of sale. A depomit of M00 rearaed at the time of male if the tene of male e complied with In fifteen da from the = o sae rghtreserved to resell the propertr at the radcoto the defalting purchafer after live dae adverisment of such resale in euns newspaper PubshedInWangton D .C. Al coveyancing e ing at the coat of the, trc tf ey Je(1roer rATCLIFFE.DA a CO.. AeOn. DNCAN N BROS.. Actiosean PEREMPTORY AND POSITIVE MALE OF THIRTY AINE BUILDING LOTS ON AND NEAR PENN TB ANIA AVENUE SUUTHEA On EDNESDAY AFTRNOON J T N SECOND IRS.COMMNCINta*Ai IE 0 OCL(ICK we of &1Ma ront of the raepctve themimu loth euaro)br in h and fat destribed soh folowne: M AND * UA 7 N A I ENETN IP NSTREET AD KENTUCKY'AMUN IYU16 AND 23. SU itFRING -T-ET."NTE. SaE "-E -'"NEAR ! VANIA AVENUEPNYL 3tT22 A D9SUR NORTHEAST OF AVENUE NEAR et~io mth ahaceoek tohe a g Li. iM . ue"mdt rearm.~ ~ t4 nois tot~ hear I pe1en0*tret1mAhi d t be m b-rt. or"ll A "AI purchar.I Ads shnoe orucar caft ofe dayo Puvrtiasento much regar to maenemepblhdinWbu 3ewi~d =-her It a r Terms Onethir cas. baanceintoe ark'mr hi. and to e red bwiy 6=~ at'V pulm. fror ,s oralcash, at topnetnia n feai r e.i c Af Ce .AY of JUNE. rqire. TWnV eachC lo. at sall the 08"edt ttdle. laik and ost ofth defeulding par rhm.mtieflln afermivewdas propertistont of abed.some (1)j~ pubpisIn enghing. boil. aug (1) holstat or derrck maimed mudleve Pavedk M and Joh 0.(ai.trdngm. H. M. tooIn Ciawrof ader wi h od ou oalfy te ecuto. N~o. 2the in fao or of h Dtrit Ol hisantoIFe. DAR wi on aut Vmere. Jelo TRUTE' SAL OF NEW ~kTH',' XE-OE A NoA JSM.u 73 ete.. onoft theO land rer1 tof theD~,ct f Clunbti eofa the defedtnt tis AcVAN SALM DruYU WW- - WAvz.Ta, wnamas a s.. 1!n rL1 ash. .olm.. m ir or 1110tbn of t w ee. . .m cj. ama sa dd r =a~ 09 12" Is oso a two o om 6 scaf" . = . :- -te-A na m 1se~~~~ .Dap.x.is ri .. *a.. 1e ower sr aw L AIME & IAOAN.WT. SA1101..w VAE 9EA~ r T NOWr F EoC PINE I ETA a "%rIJD 00kB? I N AN ~m!E ras'ni 1 bet."rer clec"io orfi boiu a*ane 4 Pat a.e a:eu as 00 TES * COO ' I""""N"YK R a DREET * w ra A a WOL GOODS.10)T c1T4 T IRA a _0.mer Nhr. .-Ths honi unsa.te betmio II:dte w t a hih I Th .1pj..erth i sthk " T TIMER& *L0 DeN. 130=fr~..a lD. wu a a O "1T1 TRSES'SL F MPOER U PEFTT noiA o1wDs as. b8et... to i, dl o s r eM A eWAINa *.. B IFU1|: Df...Vm::liE.tLD ..rdThio os te~ noth ..and 14th aC ht o DU N NA AN.. t Xa ,o ft ho--e -t aideatbto the pd ase T voere As iterest . -. ....SO W OL Aws. If di. a.. TRSTES SAL OFcasr IMost. E TermT 4altoecOiN aitu o two td of tze a r~ing do% May 4. A..2zb~ L. _ ALD s B. be BROWN . 11 aAd ot at. A.. he lan. re... TRUSiES SAL VFA meR aLUABL of it e o ecu1o r u td Ihwo 1 svo a~ foli 3.fr.ont of the SO~. reod . h Dsrt o r oumi ,of atndeu~to ~ at secn thrwe w=l . at.bi uUm optloft e mie M",A a EV 6C. ~ P.M.vio of the fo or h *cwud ra s t cotie Us""j= roter d feeit a=mti aowt he fs r acrdd uisrio bor lsam aee' t wit th moequato houee 71=4 6@2 and I camfe ach(11 booma b ea on Comneroft puae banaveracebdepthgof boit twofeet to amallnoe. end seuedb a dee of tri t ta~wtPeres a tor'sh Pe ON. dU p, eulmaa~y and ow. cueon ltheemta eso oma1wt ofI as tai a CM ecrd AN MWLARDON HAS!4 WIN E JN7-dk& AIDI1). am. ofie a yvr of aus creeted the lupeeayme Wilar was ow.nit ofd whie ladecoi tbaeg by the at theameCourtat the partSytie t ~ ~ of. th A UEtwXXTVe( T Hlto(. fO.rTe (14) FtI VEOLC M. m th fl blerd wO renal esat tadt~e ci.tei of aln t~nl the Wiemt: wast threo . ein - ris kinowns asW e~ ThVE) ter the of I) maeapa th r thedee. r as tird (:A) thrysx(1 a pr~ei mos)y ther -wy 7 f lebtEm yea sad . ad DY se&V="c he doferredga lves awlle.a pc a sesm sa t" will bes I test tte asofi pr two rom withnnu fom e ayl of -mour alnil Swelserruc may a de f,-ot hi the .r ts a a w0ho f h purhal mey n air Ax jefuIt shou0 ld erqrd* the uratbcnthgsaera~t he Gim of~~~y sale. WE .MANL" Trse o N AND IIM OVE RPET O LS AN0 E0T STREE A TIO. ONIDA WILLRDE TWTYFOUTE IN 2 aOM prCss ltWITY~ OF1 froEtI tea o te easnadeVb ho&d of thhbtee sre n Sadoe, Islandvnu at depLt of 1 1 gott male.tn nothes. hi poprt i diahleft renere in c Was comlainan SAy tAT, Sowe wiComminrs of the prs Saea a f01t0n fetustees aonted out andeo bTe=14. last eva pages-tsle dosO a FIAtbeE WI PAUT D.X O'CLO(at FIVE. SAZM9 P.T w.te Will 44ma o Mm~alt1i'Ie on ().thwoeis) htwele ilit (Ad I@ oweeb adeit o I00e4dSmatU ILpovd ta cofoel w In 4110 ua=2 w t Th ere:Oslhf sa prcid by the osere em s.as thi~rd o th omte ofn~ ndm Ae pai n teday sale. me yea sa 08b p in o defeadby he roamaky ntes tu pwbnor I secured ARE aatwr upo.. dealo r th par ALEw AFRAaer ma0thno hiroto OT TBhjf--0Prhs asyi ol.Adxto AUOrrON SAM . .wmm. sawe. At.... a maau. mf 0 4& A A .- agW.w Tsw . ..na o.. . IL.W. p I eomm4new WOrme.......... S".0.a. ...t-.N..=a .--t wMAT . DAM& 0.. A WA.DOWUNG . &e....... PROPOSAO o .Tnto .. sm. boil. 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