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lbessmben es of etehrseeper Catmbe la smred by the %panalh ioveramment. The opposition or raelical rewspapers of 4-n haer been very strong in their denunci ti. it of the prelminant ;.-- b -caase of the treatment the liTi-lt .1. ke.-. I int- of Colam 6et. have rece-ived at it- hr. n,. The following extract. taken fr'nm a I t.- isne of the E f. I of 1t a.l. i. or., , mianyv that have bee. received. an.1 i . f.ir sanple of the gen eral ter.e of con.l.ennati'n: Yesterday the gesereunt of the I :il ta.. gave a good lessrn 1,. the government .f s;.ain. It is well kaown here that in the rej. ui rg of the quadri rentra- al fe-tsvitse.. r- oe hit remembered that thrt-t.-pber Cl,:tuhn. hall descendants, anil that fL.e -1, e amou-,&n i... The Ikuke of Verarea =m.s the 1 ri-,-nt of the criginal board havir in charsc. the o a vition at Mad rid and the -le-lrtetc ii- thrmoirbieut the king 6.in. .but wl?-er ,he o evative party came sn'.. ;Ncwer th.- I .. 1 -- , .renni7ed. and lion 4 r e - . .-. . I. , r.I & w - lef t o.ff entirely. Wan ehe I:- r,-t.n' if the new board. e... Jlsellar. ihe h- Iuuke t.f Veragua was siegro -tel a- hie iue.v- or. No attention. how ever. an ; at-t to the -nbugu-tii. and in order, N. totht. ti av-i-i. i.ion the >oilon of %sce Iresalent wasi left vacant. :C &d of Aux:t.t aerru.l. The c:innirig but illiterate Nav-ir of -t. lsnb-ril.d hs name in the mornieng of that nemorntle- d:v to several tele of cong-.TIIAtl n. iritten in varion rn.7.- . a" I "tIreuie I to the President of the American nations,. the King of Italy. the pe. several monarche , Europe. the general of the Fran.itiran Orter and atimost every heely. lt:it am..ng this shower of diuepatches thr, wr.. noVa for th.- heir of Christopher 4 "inmbn-. wh... tI mnike the coincidence still stronger. I iral- his n-une- a'd rank. A host of iavited gese.ta bav- bniu called to Huela to at iil :he ori tIer fo-tivitie.. lm.t no one has thoaght of the nan who. at the court of the La R.hata C..ne :tl at the foot of the votive anument ought to Ileive tLe Peconl plUc e of htenor. having been dle-rived of the tirt for poitaral ria-eons. In a w--rd. not only the claimisof most legiti'nate character. but even the were tiaag.-a ..f e.-iresy have been diere garded or ignored in this matter. The people of the Unie-d Stat.-. les- f.rgetfi and more atentive. have undertaken to conply with a duty to the fuitilm-nit ,f which we were pri amrily bonad. On the 5th of A'igust the Con gree. of the United state paeueed unanimous res lttions anth razins and reqesting the fresdent to invite. tir.-thler with the Queen and King of %natn. their excellencie. Don 4 r-tbal Colon. inke of Veragua. the Marqluis .I ltarb'lis and Dcon Iritlal de Larreategui y PAguilern and thuir familief to Attend. a. gtue.ts of the Unit-d Stat-. the iznauguir..:ion ..f th .-exhibition at Chicaago. It re-evedI al., lbat the descendanta of the illne t wu. re .ig...r should share. in the fe'tivities wi;a which the discoverv will becommetnorated at the- metrore.da. of Illinois. the honor- whi.h alb nations of the world. congregated there. ail I ay to the providential man who bolds nrh a hvth rank in the hi-torv o! America. In Irs, ruitting the former reeoluti.n 31r. John U. l.ete. Meretary of State. eaid to the new Xn- a- -ia minister in Madrid. Mr. Snowden, utder elate of September 7. the following: "You waill deliver in persoa.a. promptly ma practicable, 1- the gentlemen therein mentioned copies of the remedautios passed by Cengress. and express to them in so doing the earnest desire of the veople and the government of the United 24tateo that their invitation be accepted." Ye terdav Mr. London snowden. after fuilling his ocial aission in regard to the queen. pre sated him..f with all soilemnty at the palace of the luk. of Veragua. to whom he delivered the invitation aforesaid. addrsi. mg him amore or lens as follows: "Thi. Invitatin. whach strengthened by the feeling4 of the goverment and of the people of the United blat.. I have the honor to de hver to yvor esellency. gives expression to the earnest udesir that dunsuc the ceremontes and feesvities to commemorate the discovery of the new world. your ercellency. your excel loncy 'smamaly and all the descendants of the grea navigator. be the guest. of the nation who. frt-s the said discovery. haoo derived the "Wal besedt. I can asosre your excellency famithfully echoing the feelings of mv covmiry. that your excellency and your ex oeftsey's reintives will be given the heartiest welesse by the American people, who will re estee them with open hearts and homes. This inviltioa is not a mere formality. It is the expessien of the earnest wish of my esenarvmem to sea their houpttality sc muted by @ich honnrable persons. and the nmes of the mm.aersons associated with the semmemnrtion of greatest event in history, whik i new to be made by showing the prog w reehed in 40 years in the arts. science@. me0al and intellectal resources, both in Aner im and in the whole world. A proper oppor teaity wil then he aforded to the nations which mepeemt the civilation of the old world., car Vied to Amerim in the vessels commanded by yae ezeislecey'v aeetor.to enter into friendly ~tian with the nations of te new wr the typical city which mare Oa an ethers esemplifes the genius of the American peo; le. No better or nobler ribe esMd he ofered to the grand under taking of thrastopher Columbu. than this mtie m eestg of all nations. I Ieem my self mest honored by the particular privilege which - befalena me to hand this invitation to yer eseleney and to offer vour scellenev the aeetnes ail unbounded hopitlity of n.u00.m0 o ettisena." The Dnke of Veragua. eatremel yMowed. thanked the mainiter. and Preftbldte be present at the exhibition if the eedtie1 of his health permits it. We heartily ew0gastite orselves that the forgetfulness of the Openish government, of which 1tpoan is in no way reeonsibile. boo been corrected as afasmid. no aman whoa mae is Don Cruieshal Colon. Duke of Veragun. Mariquis of 1-1-0=. admiral ad alelantaido amavor of the iknm, d rees weU this mark of attention. *'A~aa 15 AT FArL. ans ?mWned to caumply Watth tahe ie qntsneae e' the Acet 1Coamrsm. The T--e printed in certain Camnsnm ppeern reeew to the familure to en=m===. th neMmeen loing tc~ the allowance by the United gent.e ad Canada of msutual wrecking priieg in the boundary waters between the two romeie. ad by timnation piaming the blame wo the Deparmemnt of state hereuare maid to be tened apes a mtsundertanding of the May f6, 188o. Congrese passed an mch permit M 4aaads wrecking veels to saeror die teemed or wieched Camandlian veesela In con tam winesr, of the United iitatss. Biut two gediin mere impsed. tine wase that the Pehist semi gare efect to the law by proc hemsid ealy after the Carnadian gonirnment had eatanded Ike priveges to vesseis of the Uaited gemas In eatiguons ta=ad=sn waters. The ether we as the agreement should apply to the St. Lawiese. canals as well a thme canal m'eam eameetig the great lakes. Up to edate the defas g uuaret has failed 'to neeet -h imm e ni. whieh was very glednIy laid dawn in the Ummad 8tmtes met, but tanetmd the Cmamn.e sem . indisposedt to include their sebh i the eape et their act. This being the cae the President Is obliged to withheld hes proelamation hi coepihene eth the at of Congrees, ad the Depat of rtaae therefore cannot be cigdwith re speneability -er th dela-. -- -a -- ArstnEMNs. aSweovimee's taosw RncrmL.-A bege aminese gathe-red in the t uiveramtist Church *e mah te listen to a recieal by Mr. Pa Rtmevig a visitanst who ha. recently mnde his home hi washingtem. Ias progurm Ineluded a Ui as~ of neesestions from some of the hest wrise for thehiet ftastrument. ad he abo gave r of hi. own works that deweoped hishely as a empeser. Die plmaving evinced a theeg knowledge of the power ef the is a, b een poeesties of the banu tes ef the -urb- of the autheor whomn he Interpreted ad was devoid of es Wishery which is soemetimmes emamed, se by the bust eeeers , to catch tepep Zier s e ma meneet, emileentiem 4 m~isand ha fally merited the eemgnee his perfoemmace etcbed. Mr. stemving mes amtsed by Eise Rath Thempeam, who mag two eoags acc.mp..ed by Dr. Ueme, s Mersc Katz.. -The adile.. tha emmld i mtwre etaseet'eflnie Ml e a ed im Me frst prwestatten of the Lmms~ spest wa herge and entbas. It e ma amenesmm that wasisre~ ad imases. The wiews were alrn bah e f heedmaand s ve lectre of rf Iimela uns ~ma d a thetassetten--a. te pmes peedeesmigh wae fem ehain teom a td e rmem sgs In the form. Ma of the math were dsseemed ad Imni @s amt grapher amanor Saeme of the sees pedm esee moealanmd britmat of get sneed mes feewed me d Qe hete adQ 3USU = In a 46.=.8 ..sem a Tax irans or voaT PLaASt. A As stated in yesterday's STan, a committee of the Mount Pleasant Citinms' Asscintion waited upon the District Commissi-oers ys@r day and presented a number of re&ommend-y tiens looking to public improvelment in Mount TI Di-adent. ag Mr. E.W.Woodrufof thecemmmittee on sewers n and water made a report. The report urged the laying of sewers on Howard avenues from 14th to Brown street; om Drown street and Laurel on street to 16th street; se eN Center street eM through to 14th to pring @treet sewer. It M4 ws also reco at the present meweres as well as those to be laid should be used for surface drainage without waiting for the Piney a bran-h mewer to be fiamnhed. ae po also WIN urged the laying of water main on Brown. to Meridian. (enter. Oak, Laurel and 15th atreete. ha Mr. J. B. Sleman read the report of the mao- wb elation on schools. It set fort's the unitnss of be, the present building and urged the building of ms a new modern school building. Ad The report of the committee on lights, read an by tse chairman. L S. Emery. urged the ree- ua tion of the following gas lamps: On Center qw between Howard avenue and Oak. 3 lamps; on thi Oak between Center and Brown,! lamps; on If Meridian east of Center. 2 lamps; on 17th g, extended north of Howard. 2 lamps; on 15th be- yo tween Columbia and Grand. 5 lamps; on Park mc between 16th and 17th extended. 2 lamps; on W. School and Grant streets,51amps. An extension of mx the electric lights on 14th as far as Howard Mc avenue was asked. se Mr. St. Geo. R. Raby. as chairman of the rol committee on Are de rtment, read the report by of that committee. present fire apparatus, pm it was represented. is entirely Iadequate, and it is absolutely necessary that an Gne house be erected and a chemical engine purch--sd The report of the committee on street and sidewalks was read by James W. Sumuerville. 01 It recommended the widening of l4th street ex- api tended from Kenyon street to Whitney avenue So and grading, concreting and laying sidewalkse on same. It urged also that provision be made for opening 15th street extended in a straight th line to Pine street (about 60 feet) and for grad- the ing same and laying sidewalks thereon from tin Kenesaw avenue to Park street. Also for widen- nio ing 14th street extended from Whitney avenue J northward to the Lenman property and for e grading -me. pin wh THE COicTs. ser be] Corar IN GZWAAL Tmnx-Chief Justice fOr Ihiqham and Judges Haygner and James. lee Yesterday.-P--hillipsagt. Ogle:argued and sub- an mitted. Tearson egt. Dunlop; do. inI EQrrr CotrT-Judge Bradley. del Yesterday.--Jackson agt. Gist; reference to an auditor. Fleugh agt. Strong; hearing in General the Term in irst instance ordered. Mayse agt. the Muster; demurrer sustained with leave to rey amwnd. In re Charles Uppercay; writ de DO lunatico ordered. Berger ag. Hubert: payment of taxes ordered. Bell agt. Bell: sale set aside and sale to Ellen F. Bell authorized. Whitehead I agt. Hodgkism; decree granting relief. cot A Judgement Against Gen. Mamhone. Yesterday judgment was entered against Gen. me Win. Mahone of Virginia in the equity court for cor 013.500 on promissory notes in the suit against an him of R. 8. Windsor, executor of the late David R. Windsor. Gen. Mahone's attorneys the had demurred to the declaration of Mr. Wind- Eu: nor as not setting out the capacity in which the Me notes were held and in not showing facts to take his case out of the statute of limitations. A few weeks ago the attorneys for the Windsor estate moved to strike out this, demurrer as frinvilous. That motion was granted by Mr. N. Justice Bradley yesterday and judgment entered sq. against Gen. Nlahone for the amount cLamed. dol The late Col. D. I. Windsor and Gen. Mahone were fast personal and Political friends. and v they made several real estate ventures in this C. . city together. Vig Eli Their DIg Project. At a meeting of the Seekers After Spiritual to , Truth held in Typographical Hall Wednesday tee evening 0. W. Humphrey. secretary, submitted H. propositions for the establishment of a univer- 11t sity of science, literature and art in this city sq containing a department of pchic science, Bob a national medical college and hospital contain- P& ing deprtments for the study and practice of len hypnous as a curative agent. E. -0- - 2. The Washington Library Assectattn. out At a meeting of the southeast committee of the Washington Library Association member- eg ship cards were asked for that Cirele No. 16 V. might be organized at Waugh ChapeL Cir- Cho ele No. I reported that the charity circle of the 0 King's Daughters.will have a literary and mu- 8t. sical entertainment Friday night at Metropoli- Mo tan Presbyterian Church and would ask a book . for admIssion. which would be donated to the Th Washington Library Association. sq Pt. 3rne-Insd Peeple want Improvemets. Atl The Brookland Hall Association held its reg- He Hu ular monthly meeting on Tuesday night and Am the attendance was quite good. Reports as to 3 the progress of the arrangements for the eree- St i tion of the building were submitted and were Hil considered satisfactory. After the regular M had adjourned the board of managers met anddecided to have the bids for the con struction of the hall opened at the residence of lot Mr. McCormick. the president. on Monday -A, evening. the 14th instant, at 7:30 o'clock. Last evening there was a meeting of the ex- let, ecutive committee of the Brookland Citizens' Association at the residence of Dr. J. H. 3 Brooks. Organization was effected by the elseo- y tion of Dr. Brooks as chairman and Mr. W. P. t Armastrong as secret.ry. The need of a sewer- 01 age system was discussed at length and Dr. sub Frank T. Howe and Mr. Harry Barton were ap- r pointed a committee to wait upon the ocials ter at the District buildings and ascertain how U moon a trunk sewer would be extended~ in the direction of Brookland. Other needed in provemnents, such as the grading of streets, ad ditional lmsand board walks, were discussed and it was deided to collect data on which to make an appeal to Congress for a specific a propriation for that and contiguous sui- org riaions. Committees to look after the different etri branches of the work were appointed*.n Tahe Wattseal Arademay fstences. The concluding sesion of the fall meeting of the National Academy of Sciences was held yes terday at Johas Hopkins Unirersity, Baltimnore. President Marsh announced the deaths of twoca msembers in the past year-Lewis M. Ruther furd of New york and Prof. Win. P. Trow- ev bridge of Columbia ('allege. Prof. B. A. Gould Se of Cambridge and Glen. C. B. Comistock, United "e States army, have been asked to prepae ent memoirs of these deceased amemabers. ro.n Rtemeen's paper on "Bieate Curious Double th Hal des" presented new proofs in support ofth the simaple but important law which gorerns str the comaposition of these chemnical compounds i and which was discovered by ham about three teh .years ago. When the law was first adroested some apparent exceptioms were found and sine that time a series of investigations hare bean fd carried on by some of Prof. Rtemsen's advanced Co students, working under his direction, with the sir< result that the law has been confirmed by th wh disappearance of the suppesed exceptional th eam Cli The next mseeting of the acadmy will be held in this city on the second Tuesday of next the April.the atf-se h En-Deseetiee Diam' ReawaeL. A petition was filed in the Equity Court yes- he terdey by Elis Raf, brother of ex-Deteetive ~ Usnry Uaf, praying the wifs of the unftuate j man may be restrained frees earrying out her .l- go' leged intention ot remnoving her husband from tiel the perdAsylum,nmr Baltimoere, Md., to 88. 'sAsylum as an Indigent patient. The petition denies that the ex-detective is gj without means, settn out that he reoeives a ~cpenion per moenth and that he vale~ejewlryand damon..-- The peti- '*' tio. also aDages that the edremsoval poi would endanger the lIfe etoan who is l safeing tempareuim. AB this Mra. Baf de- ~ niets. sien rdley issed an order for Mrs. 3sf Wsbeow -ms en the 9th of November why * her huesad should net ressaln In the Sherd Y* As__ 3mbaeM et Emet Beas.. <i Forty theemad peeple utas- the gate -a bombarbdme t or et flamts at Cheten,t 3. C., at mgt. lahen altegether It ws the U mesteeinseand -----nd-l pyre..s..a- die 3m play enver seen south ot New Yeck. The lae weather esil net have been Suer end me~ alaren was <seer enadeted under amee a eilsn tiel esamsstennee.eTse between UMr Til Peter Parker's feet and W etin3,and ote baesse wee beu-nt In the exteme. The ese em aN as 'n the esesra it7 btent was hedi with peeple, the sI andne en he at. k tery were beighely eand e ein- a of <ates sepied by inerne deei. Demba ersin midar and ebn es p seeit eented uts ha the arUse - mdsses et %e seas. The heboket so use nsut the bembseat oet Qae thGe6 aen e ig p mig nb hrt o aseias Cst and I is ase ae~embam d on amesamsy sm DUATU O X. SOMN ooLINBT. Mr. Joab Colbert, the father-in-sw of Oeil IfeJett of the seventh precinct, died Wednesday evenlng at his home. 1512 Market street. in the fty-niuth yew of his age. The funeral wil ae an Friday at 2:11. Interment to bI it y Rood. A PAlET DANGInOULY ILL. Rev. Father Stephen J. Keley, formeiy poster of Trinity Catholic Church, now of Providence, R. L, is, according to a telegram received at Georgetown Cullege. lying dan prously IIl and is not expected to live. CNars? CaVWNe ANwIv==s=nly. November 10, 1817. a number of citizens Mel it the house of Thos. Coreoran, father of the he late W. W. Corcoran, and took the first step ;oward the organization of Christ P. E. Church, he third of that name in the District. Among he founders were men whose names are now mnown in history and whose lives will always be eid ap as models of purity and u-efulness. lest Thursday the descendants of those who were present at that meeting, assisted by the ,arishioners of the church, wlll.celebrate the eventy-flfth anniversary of this most promi sent house of prayer. Representatives from he other District Episcopal churches will also ake part in the exercises. DEATH OF Was. MARY MILLgI. Mrs. Mary Miller of 1625 High street, who ras stricken with paralysis on Saturdayevening hile in the bath, died at 5:15 yesterday morn ng. From the time the stroke was received to her death Mrs. Miller was unable to speak. dr. Albert Miller. husband of the deceased.who has been in poor health for some time, is now everely prostrated. Nors. Win. R. Woodward has sold to Amanda E. )Owling lot 18, in Beatty and Hawkins' ad ition. Patrick Dugan et ux. has sold to Thomas lyde for 17,500 part of lot 36, in old George own. This is the property known as the Mon icello House. situated at the southwest corner i 3d and M streets. 'Mr. Dugan bought it a ew months ago at public auction for E6.000. Mrs. Albert Miller of 1625 High street, who ras stricken with paralysis while in the ath last Saturday night, died yesterday. Mahlon Ashford and John'Ridout. trustees, ave sold to Kate S. Ross lot 74 in Ashford and thers' sub in square 112. T. F. 8. King yesterdaf deeded to J. T. 2ements, for e1,735.39, lot 27 in Leighton's ub in square 75. The first subdivision of Associated Charities rill meet this afternoon at the office of Secre ary Jopeph W. Davis for the purpose of elect ng officers for the ensning year. Canal boats Maryland and Wheatlev Brothers have brought down hay for J. G. and J. M. Vaters. Hay is now selling from 014 to 15 a on. Mr. B. W. Murch left the Curtis building Yen erday to take charge of the Force School, on dasachusetts avenue. His place at the Curtis will be filled by Mr. Nicholson. Mr. John Colbert. father-in-law of Officer lohn Jett. died Wednesday afternoon at his iome, 1512 Market street. Consumption was he cause of death. The Chesapeake and Ohio canal is again be ag dredged. HYATTSVILLE AND VICINITY. 1I Republican Meeting at -Iladensburg-So clal Notes of Interest. 'rrespordance of Tlie Evening Siea HYATTSvILLE, MD.. November 4. 1892. A large and enthusiastic republican meeting inder the auspices of the Harrison and Reid lub of Bladen-burg was held at the Palo Alto louse in that village last night. The stand ras handsomely decorated with fags and bunt ng. and illuminated with Japanese lanterns. Iusic was furnished by the National Band of va-hingto.1. Mr. Jackson H. Balston called the meeting to 'rder at 8 o'clock and nominated Mr. Francis I. Smith for chairman, who was unanimously lected. State Senator Chas. E. Coffin made the open ng address. He was followed by Capt. Potter of Laurel. Speeches were then made by Jackion H. Ral ton, Ferdinand G. Hall, J. E. Dempster and E. Butts. A DANCE. An enjoyable dance was given last night by be Misses Small at Magruder's Hall. Among hose present were Misses 'hrbe, Libbie and ,ate Small. Marie Crutchett. Agnes and Flor nce McKenzie. Florence Whiting. Hattio West, laggie Shrteres. Alice Parker. losa Barr. Jen ie Payne. Blanch Walker. Gracie Mehrling, losan Lynch and Ella Owens, and Messrs. Geo. Vhite. John Armstrong. Wallr.ce Murdock, leo. Orme, Albert Sakers. Ed. Gray, Alfred .ynch, Frank Hicky. PaLl Crutchett. Spencer ones. HarrY Dobbs. H. Murdock, J. E. Jones, tobert Barron, Louis G. Rocker, McDonald, happel. Parsons. Sears and Schlegel. THE EPIsPOPAL CHUBCH GUILD. The Guild of the Episcopal Church met at the esidence of Mr. Thomas M. Moran last evening. Sfter the transaction of routine business vocal mic was rendered by the Misses Moran. mong those present were Mr. and Mrs. John '. Paret. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Wall and Miss lay Wall. Mrs. John G. Lepper and Miss Ada .epper. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Campbell, Mr. and fre. Thomas M. Moran, Mr. and Mrs. John E. .atimer. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Holden, Mrs. H. 7. Dobbs. Mr. Clarence Wilson. Mr. Jan. B. turnside and Misses Annie and Edith Geib, iellie and Cora Moran and Nellie, Rachel, Lanie and Marsham Lenin. Nor's. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lyles of Anne Arundel ounty are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. )rury. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Miss Rlosie Carr of kane Arundel county have been visiting Mrs. )r. Owens. Mr. Robt. B. Wright is confined to his home y sickness. Warnier Post, No. 45, 0. A. R., met last night nt Hyatteville and passed appropriate resolu ions on the death of Col. Van H. Manning, ulogizing his character and extending their ympathy to his bereaved family. ANACOSTIA. Miss Addle Entwiple and Mr. Frank Eno were redded Tluesdlay night at the Episcopal rectory y Rev. W. (1. Davenport. Miss May Haines cted as bridesnmaid and Mr. John Acton as roeomsman. .The ceremony was private. Joseph Bierginan was badly hurt Wednesday n a runaway accident on Monroe street. Mr. Harold Cummings of Potomac City has emoved to Washington. Mrs. Darling of Point Vista is visiting Mrs. lowland of 106 E street. Miss Annie Smith entertained a party of rienda Wednesday night. Miss Emilie Bardwell is visiting kindred in hiarles county, Md. The street aweeper was run ov-er Monre treat last night. Station Clerk J. W. Middleton has returned rom his vacation. Dr. Con WVeiss and Col. H. 8. Stove are on a unting trip down country. Threpublcans of Garfield pot office held a utification meeting and flagraising Wednesday vening uader the auspices of the Harrison and eid Club of that place. Mr. W. H. Carroll presided and W. H. Young acted as secretary. Ipeecbes were made by I. 8. Smith of Florida, irof. W. H. Jones and W. Calvin Chase, all of whom predicted republican success next Tuee lay. The speakers and club members to the tumber of 100 repaIred to the hall after the meehing and enjoyed a collation. SUOoKLAwN. Dr. C. S. Hodgson has bee. appointed poet master for Brookland and- hue resmoved the post oce to his store. Mrs. D. W. Sinclair of South Caran is the sieet et Mrs. Louis Jullien. Mr. Harry Barton has returned from Cleve and, Ohio, where he west in the Interests of he sbrhaa railway. Mis 3. E. Cook ct Virginia is v~ising .Mr. .d Mrs. N. J. Smith. Mis Jula Bsissr Isft UniversIty MEikts his wesk for her home i. BaiMer, Sand Mrs. Joseph Rammear hare gme for Mrs BadeyThme is In ?eMm 34*"tn e er, who is m. MLr. yeu Mare.a eantempatee - Smuhu.sesmty, Pa. has futu...hse. Charlz~es Schis aml hee aseed * Drer et osd, e st a uses Feide ne esseet.m~ d U 5-sB~ ahm B gn esms l LATE POLMCAL *3igs. Whnat1..e---m-..ed by be as... MaNMrs. The Anal instruetions at the republica maa aers of the national campaign began to go out over the private wires yesterday. They were addressed to the chairmen of the state eorn mitte in each state, but the nature of the in structlons. of course, were not diclosed to the pre. The demoeratie campaign managers were on duty at the national headquarters early. They appreciate the hiet that long hours of work ar nocesary to keep up with the republican., who are working night and day in the close states to win them for their national ticket. Evidence Is pouring into the democratic headquarters that the republicans are making desperate efforts to carry Connectiuent, West Virginia and Alabama. The democrats also claimed to have informa tion that in West Virginia the republicans have effected a combination with the third party by which the latter agrees to support the Harrison electors and the republicans to support the third party candidate for Congress. A long telegram was received from the demo cratic headquarters in Chicago, the substance of which was that the republicans were much discouraged over the outlook in Illinois, while the situation was daily getting brighter for the democrats. Activity on the surface. at least, seems to les sen as the campaign draws to a close. Gov. Sheehan think, the democratic majority in New York state will be 20.000. while Mr. Hackett says he will be satisfied with 15.000. A republican national committeeman gravely said that Harrison and Reid would have 60.000 majority in New York state. Chairman Carter says that his figures plainly show a maority for the republican national ticket and that he is not a bit alarmed about the result. The democratic national committee claims to have come into posession of t wo letters from Montgomery, A si by the secretary of the republican state committee and the treas urer of the republican campaign committee and addressed to an employe in the Post Office De partment at Washington, which, they assert, are the worst cases of violation of the anti assessment law yet brought to light. Biggest Rally In Connecticut. The biggest democratic rally of the campaign in Connecticut was held last Wednesday even ing at Waterbury. The speakers were Jldge L. 0. Morris. candidate for governor; James F. Pigott, candidate for Con rews in the second district; ex-Congressman iance, State Senator Pierce and ex-Gov. Campbell of Ohio. Ex-Governor Campbell said in part: "I can not help but think, after hearing of the action of the republicans in robbing the democrats of the state offices, that the people have had a taste of the force bill in Connecticut. It has surprised me very much and is disgracefuL" The speaker then reviewed the tariff legisla tion enacted by the republicans. Gen. New's Prediction. "Harrison will carry both New York and Indiana," tays John C. New. consul general to London. He bases his confidence partly on letters which arrived by the City of Paris. "The lack of interest," says the man who twice has made Harrison the candidate of his party, 'has been apparent all alone. The immense registration proves this. It signifies only con servative conviction, and conversatism Is re publicanism in this campaign. The confidence of the republican managert in Indiana has in creased wonderfully in the last two weeks ac cording to my advice., and have no doubt at all that Harrison will carry the state. "The manufacturing interests of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are proportion ably stronger than in the west and those inter ests are unquestionably opposed to a change yet. I believe Gen. Harrison irill be triumph antly re-elected on Tuesday next. No Ameri can campaign since the war has attracted so little interest among Englishmen and among Americans in Europe. There has been a little betting in the last ay or two. most of it even money, with occasionally slight odds in favor of Harrison." Menator Hill on the Candidates. Senator Hill spoke at Syracuse, N. Y., last night to an immense audience. Every inch of space in the large Alhambra rink was taken long before the Senator arrived, and thousands went away disappointed. An overflow meeting of at least 2.000 was held in front of the rink, which was addressed by local speakers. The Senator came from Canandaigua, where he had addressed a large audience in the after noon. In that speech he said: "So far as the two candidates are eonered, both have served the people as President of the republic and both are endowed with honesty, capacity and intelligence. The people are fa miliar with their lives and public services. It is a pleasure to say that while we believe.that the election of our candidate will best serve the in terests of the people, yet the country will not be discredited whatever the result may be. "The personal honesty of the gentleman who occupied the presidential chair-Grorer Cleve land -has never been questioned by his bitter est foe. His administration was creditable to the country. His administiation was honored with peace at home and abroad. It was dignified .and honorable. It did not cringe before mo nopolies. but sought to commend itself to the sober judgment of the people. "You do not expect me in this late day of the campaign to eulogize our candidates. The time Is past for that. It is also pest for fault-find ing-if any one has a grievance-it is no time now to air it. If I had any grievance I would not take this time to refer to it. The thing to do now is to close ranks and march forward to victory." Meeting of Republican Business Men. About 5.000 bankers, merchants, brokers and other business men filled the sidewalks and streets in front and about the subtreasury steps at Wall and Nassau streets. New York, yester day afternoon and listened to republican ora tors who spoke at the rally for Harrison and Reid which was held under the auspices of the Republican Club of the City of New York. The meeting was presided over by Cephac Brainerd an hesekers announced were Ellis H. Itob er.aseistnt United fitates treasurer; ex-Con gressmani Roswell 0. Horr, L. F. Crittenden and CoL. Elliott F. Shepard. Rlegistration Return. in New York. The registration returns from the Interior counties of New York state are coming In very Flowly. '1 he total return, from twelve of the sixty counties give a registration of 908.273. -In these t welve counties are New York, Brooklyn and Albany. In these same counties In 1888 709,788 votes were cast. Experience shows that about 5 per cent of those registered do not: vote. Four years ago 2'% per cent of the votes cast went to prohibition and other candi dates. Returns from thirty-two different cities ini the interior end Brooklyn give a registration of 420,210. The vote four years ago was S8.259, of which H nrrison received 171,185 vote. and Cleveland 175.'074. These cities are such places as Troy. Lansingburg. Quensbury. Caidwell, Rochester, 8yracuse, Buffalo, Elmira. Ithaca, Roume, Oswego. Owego. Canisteo and Utica. The registration in New York was 309,625. The total vote for Harrison and Cleveland was 268,078, of which Cleveland received 162,626 and Harrison 103.452. The registration in Brooklyn was 181,668. The vote four years ago was 4640ofwhich Cleveland received 79,796 and Harrison 66.662. Senme Eatisates in Maryland. Careful and impartial inquiry, says the Balti more Amecrican, among the men who make a study and a business of polities, reveals the fact that in this state the democrats will have a major ity for Cleveland of about 5,410 vote., divided by counties as follows: Alaes hlilm............. An. ilas U. ~ss e. . ama.eea "I enh ne =L.......4.S 1 ina he fi striemeshtis id ety elh e heryae. Wda ULUS win the mis ditse." . inide , e & e of as mai am6W4stess~sU fa m . Iak ern .eo th. ....na...i . A 'OLETWAL A?muene2 NT. 1neuh Oamses nesmttss Under Envels. %imtosm by the c0,t serkse emm.ai... rhe a serviseeminime . ar investigat Sa alleged vitelatiom of the civil serIce law the Aaama stite republican committee. I ScoMplaint is boend upon two letters de ned te seeure peaw assessments from fed I employee. The trst letter makes an m at of 0, and the second is designed to apel those who have disregarded the Ait to m up with their mosey. It is dated from utgomery and says: 'Some days ie you wme notified by the anse that you are aseemed *50. to Ich no rmply has been received. Your at Itioe is again called to the matter, as you 'e had se cient time to reply. The position lich you have held under this administration paid you eiently to have justified a de ad for f Malausc this amount Th orn ies kep a list of subscribers showing the E ount money contributed opposite their nea. We must insist that the amount re nted of you be transmtted as directed In 5 letter forthwith. the sum of which is $50 no reply is received by or before Novemberi 86, it will be considered as sUocient as 1 ir refusal to contribute as requested. Send 1 noy by red mal or money order to L. I ,u lsotgomery, Ala., and notify by se Mail E. X. Smith, post office box 634, nVom , AL., of the amount you have t tatthe same may be credited on the pay I bf lie olciale of this state." It in signed . W. Willis, treasurer of republican cam gn commnittee. Commending the Marines. :01. Heywood, commandant of the marine ps, has issued the following general order, Kroved by Acting Secretary of the Navy by: 'The colonel commandant desires to express he officers and enlisted men who served with battalions recently on duty at the quaran station at Sandy Hook and at the ceremo s attending the opening of the world's Co ibian exposition his great satisfaction at the eLient manner in which these duties were formed, the cheerfulness and alacrity with ich they responded to the Brut call for their vices at Sandy Hook, in some cases the men ng on their way to New York from the dif vnt eOtions, fully armed and equipped in i than an hour after the order was received, I their excellent conduct and soldierly bear throughout. which characterizes in a marked yee the ability of marines to perform any I all duty that may be assigned to them on shortest notice. It is a matter ofp ride to colonel commandant that the well-known utation of the corps for reliability has been ibly sustained by these battalions." The Monetary Commissioners. lesers. Jones and Cannon of the monetary imission expect to sail on the 9th instant. iars. Allison, McCreary and Andrews are to At in Washington on the 10th instant for sultation with the Secretary of.the Treasury will sail on the 12th instant. accompanied the Secretary and other officials of the com sion. The conference meets at Brussels on 22d instant, and it is expected that all the I opean governments, the United States and Lico will be represented by delegates. Transfers of 3teal Estate. eeda in fee have been filed as follows: W. Ambrose to Kate W. McGowan, sub CO, 1034; 0-. F. H. S. Howison to F. J. Ran ph. lot in sq.9,Eckington; *2.875. Elizabeth h to C. Schneider, part 22. sq. 516; t3.500. d1. Mathews to same, part same; r'--. J.. H. h to same, part same; 0-. J. H. Vigh to tabeth Vigh, part do.; --. C. X. Mathews ame, part do.; t-. Elizabeth Vigh et al. ame. part do.: 0-. W. IR. Woodward, trum to Amanda E. Dowling. half lot 18, B. & i addition to Georgetown;#-. G. W. Grir to D. D. Thompson. subs 1, 2. 3, 6 and 7. 908; 0--. W. E. Wright to W. H. Felter 81, sq. 1006: *2.770. T. A. King to C. H.' ker, sub 59. sq. 546; *-. A. 31. McLach- 4 et al. to H. F. Getz. sub 52, sq. 13A; e2.500. H. Bond to Mary B. Perry, sub 49, sq. 478; 08.80. Walter Heiston to C. K. Newman, 1130 and 31, blk. 14. Le Droit Park: -. T. ucker to J. W. McLachlen eL al.. lot 9. sq. ;1,000. J. C. Louthan to Luoy B. Gibson 166. sq. 620: e-. I. C. Mangum to 'an Bunn. sub 126, sq. 1018: 44,500. M. F. imblin to J. W. Chamblin, lot 9, sq. 513; Mary C. Brooke to Paulina Pryinger. pt. t Elizabeth: 1-. James T. Pike to Eliza ;her. sub A. sq. 732; #-. C. Brown to Carusi. pt. 10. sq. 315; e4,600. )s. P. Simpson to Julia V. Simpson, pt. 13, 402; C--. Same to Ida V. Simpson, in trust, -, sq. 279: 6-. C. P. Crandell to G. 0. erton, lots 46 and 48, bk. 25, Weslev ghts: !1.695. G. S. Cooper to Sarah nt. subs 67 and 68, sq. 1023: 03.300. N. M. brose to Kate W. McGowan. sub 60, sq. I; *-. J.A. Goldstein to C. H. Weiss. sub.4 nd 35, blk. 3, Trinidad: *1.887.60. C. J. yer to C. B. Grahaim, pt. 129. eq. 195: t64m. T H. Barker to D. Birtwell, sub 5, sq. 915; 3.. 8. Hopkins to Mary A. Feny. pt. 10. 369; 0-. D. Birtwell to k. Keim, sub 5. sq. 0-. Mary L. Maryman to J. 0. Boggs, 3, bWi. 24, Brooklanid; C637.50. Annie A. mas to H. Lee Bust, lot 19, blk. 17. Bloom tale; 03.500. F. V. Bennett to W. H. Ernest, 1 38 to 40. blk. 18, M.'s add. to Washing ;-. Ellen Reedy to John O'Connor, sub sq. 566; 02.772. W. B. Johnson to W. H. A. ing, sub 43, sq. 812: $-. M. Ashford et al. Late I. Ross. sub 74, sq. 112. Georgetown; MSO. T. F. 8. King to James T. Clements, 27 7 Georgetown; *1,735.36. 0. L. en'toma Buckley. lot- 5 to 57. Chiches 01.000.. W. B. Bare to Simon Oppenheimer, 19. blk. 7, Trinidad; 0-. L Darr toMar itta tiles. pt. 15. sq. 859- 0-. J. W. Boteler 3. W. Corbeti, sub 11, sq. 287; 03,690. Demneratic Rtany in Chicano. he Iroquois Club. the leading democratic anization of Chicago, held a grest demon tion at the auditorium In Chicago last at. It was the biggest event of the kind1 ch the club has held in four years. he demand for tickets for admission was rmous, and by noon the secretary of club was compelled to refuse many appli ts. as he had already given out cards to all vast hall could accommodate. Early in the ning detachments of the club memberr were tto the hotels where the speakers of the ming were abiding, and, with music nd1 busiasm, and with many torches and lustv ged expressions of democratic faith, escorted a to the club house. on Monroe street. Here club was gathered in force, and, with ranks nagthened by delegations from other demo tic organizations, the line of march was in up for the auditorium. The parade was go. fully 12,000 men being in line. n the auditorium the stage, which was taste y decorated with lags and strips of bright ared buntiag, was crowded with reprssenta 4 democrats of the city and state at large, Ie the hall in front of It was packed from first floor to the roof with men loyal to veland and Stevenson. t 8:US o'clock Adlal T. Ewing, president of Iroquois Club, introduced as chairman of evening Coagreman Williasir N. Springer, Set concluion of Mr. Springer's address introduced Adlal E. Stevenson. who was sted with much applauss as he advanced to spaes desk. cP. Ag1, d5essoeratiO candidate for erner f andseveral local poli -n also spoke. A&bsMined In Kmeas. 'be demoeratie state metral committee of mae elaims to have received dispatehes from loss pointe In the stata condrming the re te received of the distibution of mixed mte. Theme tielete, it Is ceimised, earn be ma t under the dinetion la* of 1187, and sidermble exeitsment prevails about the b ortead =e ""ls( ommnittess wim dl legtreetieos to eganiser and county mptraeight osa an-fmic m. tis eateal comtewhish is belthag the Ion state ==mmme=s= began sed et its esama. It is headed 'Ntoa meseatle lss" and has the ma-e Ceve I and tewsmsm ad th ofese the faciom sters fmsbg bs esuee ethe -mn aet the mbhageseulsm Elate lessey Creush of the inm ~sis seemt-. seed es ha had easef f..--i--a ite the and that these nos n se of the of hhis Mst.- Ifs houlM m~a e I vteettse 5 htSaelts a -g GeMa (mpubbm is Eindeses * seisa ter Anigh, wheit I eo4pomer for the biee smonstrtutn of the eampoign. It w th ouond and hot day's deemoestraieas t thb rummau."tes. Precisely a4 8 o'clock Semiast Rose eaed the meeting to order. Be late. faced B. 0. O'Dooghne as chairmas J Witer frem senator German was then read In petting his inablit, to attend the meaisg Senator Eath of Lo.*ian= was ianuvue s the'llrot %M*. Senaor John G. Carlisle was the meE limaber. AtteemeF Geeaa inler's Opistan. The attention of Attorney General Miler we mailed to the circular mat out from the demo ,ratie national headquarters in New York arg a resistance to the me of rooms by the Unite Itates marbanla within 150 feet of the polls. eni 6e was lsied what would be the aetica f tb ederal authorities. Gen. Miller was inelleet ie be reticent. He did not think the demeerag really meant to advise armed resistane. to tb United States authorities. but ws inelined to regard the circular a being simply In line witi be campaign literature that ic alwave sent ou for efect at this sitge of a great compalin. Wisat airty Laders Exipet. From a sem-official ore. the following is be table of electoral votes in the republican mpectations: Alabema, 11: Catiforais, 9; Colo ado, 4: Idaho. 3: Illinois, 24: India=. 15; Iowa 13; Massachueetts. 15: Michigan. 8: Minnesota 0; Nebraska. 8: New Hampshire. 4: New York 16; North Dakota. 3; Ohio. 23: Oregon. 4: Penn Fylvania. 32; ihode Island. 4; South Dakota. S ermont. 4; Washington. 4: West Virginia. 6 Wisconsin. 12: total. 254. A member of the democratic national coan. nittee says: "We expect to carry the solid south with its 159 votes. New Yori. 36 votes [ndiana. 15: New Jersey, 10; Connecticut. 6 hllchigan. 6: Wisconsin. 12: total. 244." The leniocrats likewise leave out of their tabl qevada and Montana. Thus both of the Parties .onsider that tho-e states are doubtf ones Lhis is about all they will admit. Notes. Mr. Win. F. Harrity, chairman of the demo ratic committee. says the republicans have riven up all hope of carrying New York. Mr. Chauncer M. Depew spoke at James :own,N.Y..Wednesday night in reply toMr.Clere and's speech on the improper use of money in dlectious. Mr. Depew mid both partie are guilty. but that the democrats are raising more f it this year than their opponents. Secretary Charles Foster addressed a large Ludience at Bellaire Ohio Wednesday night. Postmaster General nanamaker spoke ai Frankfort, Ind., Wednesday afternoon and al Iluncie in the evening. delivering practically he same speech to large audiences at each The republican business men of New YorI -ity held a big rally at Cooper Union Wednee. lay night. One of the unusual features of the ampaign in the very active part taken by the musinesa men of New York. AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DAY1t. TRTES' ALE F (SEVEN 7) DWELLIN( HOS O B TRET NOTH BETWE TENTH AND ELEVVNTH sTREETs E481 AN) THREE (3) 1Nt'$ES ON TPNTH mTREE1 EAdT BETWEEN B ANDC NTREET4 NGRTH. By vi tun of a deed of t- nt to us. dated April H 18I!. recorded in Lbr 1077. folio 243. one of the and records of the slisrci of Columbia, the indersirned trustees will sell at pmnie auc :0 in front of the premise., on MOINDtY, N FOURTEENTH DA OF NOVEMBER. 1fe2. the south 96 feet by the width of lots 29 ind.30. all of ota.ll. :r!. :CL .36, 31 :16 and :97 and he south 17.:tu feet of :18 in Loveless and Phillips ubdivisioa of lots in square A(14. in the citr of Wash Irton, D. C. Each of sai-I lots and each of said 6 if lots. is improve I by a brick clw-lling hom -. t11 souse, with the lot on which it i bufit. will be sold eparatelv ad wil be a .d subject to a por deed of rustyl: 4W.. lOon icart ot 2.of 3.10000 part;o No. on 72Soach of )cta :31.t s.Xfad :14 of 14.50 on lot i's. and of I2.10) in each of kits :( _0 ad on said part of lot :M. with interest on eac 1 aid anounts from septembier 14. 1IW2. at the -ate of I ier cent for annum. sable semi-annually. the irincipal of sid amounts nor payable in live yean runs March 14. 1lW. Termsofsale: One-halfcash.balance in ix and twelve nonths. or all cnh. at option of parchaser De eir-rd p 1vinents to be represented by notes 4 haer an to h secued by deed of tUst ad to nterest fron day of sale. A deposit of 6100 will be equired on to-h house shn bid is accel ted. I; erts of sale are not compiled with In ten daysthe rusteen reserve the right to resell at risk and cost o lefaulting purchaser. W. E. EDMONSTON. Trustee. ..115th at. a.w. HENRY K RTMPSAtN. Trustee. n4-dAde 3021 'ennsylvania ave. a.e. SRUNTEEq' RALE OF A MODI:bN TWO-4TOR1Y SAND BA*EMENT BRICK DWELLING. KNOWN AR No. (IMF STREET NORTHEAST. lag virtue of that cerain deed of trust, dated the 0th dar of Fetruary. A. ). INB. and retdeded It Iter 151. folio 4'.' et seq.. one of the land roecrds of he District of Columbia. we will seli at publi- sue ton. In t of the prenises. on WEDNED tY. the .l [ RNT l DAY OF NVE*FMBER.- A. D. lNW. at IALF. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. in.. the following leasribed re i estate and the ia'eroveeinets ther-on. ituate ip the city of Washinsrto. I istrict of Colun dsa. to stit: Lit number4l on, hundred and forty -te 14I). inthe National Cipit Ml Investment Co -pat and others' saubdivcsin In square numbered eitl, miinurd and stisix-one f(41l) as per Ilat recorded in Iber 17. folio .34. of the re ords of the urveyor'n Ace of the District of Cilunitia. Terms of sale: One-thirt of the purchase mcney to e paid in cash and the balance In one and two year rm day of sale in equil instalninntsc. for wt.ich th, totes of the pure0:as-r must he rtven. with interest avable ent-annslly at the rate of six (61 peremntum cer annum until paid. wtd secured ot the pror old. o all cash. at the option of the piucamer. AII onvevancine and recordlnr at purchas-r's cost. A e oIt of 4200 will be required at the time of male. f erms of sale are not co! -'lled with within ten laa from day of sale fhe trust#-e. reserve the rivht t< 0sell the y at the risk and cost of the default a tr Ave days' previous notice in the JOHN E. CARPrNTFR JOHN W. BUCKIN6HAM. Truses. OF. W. RTIt'KNrY. Aut n4-eo&tas [)UNCANSON BROS.. Auctiou.ers 9TH AND b ST8. N.W. CrUSTEER' RALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVEI ItEAL FRTATE. SITUATE NO. t2 I STREEI NORTHEART. By virtue of a deed of trust bearine date Septembee Iil. W. antid ecorded In Liber 1523. folio I1. of the and re 'o.-d o: the District of Colnmbia. and at the rritten est of the party seent therby. we will ell at Puic auction in fr'nt of the terentisa .a rUENDA V. NoVt.MBE.R FIFTeENTH. 1892. A' IVE P. X.. the followiner described prperty L tuane-:ed neventy-mane (791) of OJela Chappi~el's subadi 'talon if lots ncuwhered twenty-two%2.twentv-the 23), twesty-tuur t.14) and twenty-Av. (25) of E..lly'a ubilvasion ofl square numt'e'ed eterht hetndred an ty-s'ven N7cc,. havint a frntase of i feet by a lepthi of 121) feet. wIth isnpcre:uents cconsisting o1 two-etory brick diwelllner, contalnti six roms and ath, mtodern im prveintents. Terms: One-thid cask: balance In one and two ears, with Interest at d per cent rer annun: is. arest payable aemi-annually. Conveyancuaw ami. ecordiner at purchaser's cost. A depcosit of t'.0 nil hce required at time o1 sale. Teruas of sale tc ae comptlied with In ten days froin date of sale. therwise trusters resrve the riarht to rs--U the cricperty at the risk and coet of the defaultiny pun haser or purchase, s. n4-10t CTHAS. C. Pi.ESCOTT.j Trustees. RATCLIFFE. DARR A CO.. AUCTIOiNIEER .ra0 PA. AlE. N.. 3HANCERY SALE OF VALUABL.E TIMPROVED tEAL ESTATE. lt.INO PRIILNE8 14O. 190W E STEET NOIRT H WENT. By virtue of a decree oif the Supreme Court of the [histrict of ColumbIa. patsed in equity cause num-* Jered 14071. wherein Charle. Ii Iiub ct al. are omolinmante and Whitfeld Jackson et al. are defend nta, the undlersierned. as trustees. will cfer for ale a1 pubclic suction. in front of the preannee tn FRIDA'i. THE ErLEVENrH' DAY OiF Ni' cEMBElt. 11111. at HALF-PcA8T FOUR OCjCE .MI.. the lollosnag dIescribed real estate. to wit: P'art of lot numbhered 16 in asua's 1aL seerina for the same at a point os North K rtreet distant seventeen ( 17) feet west fromu the actrth ast corner of sid ot sixteen (1611 and runnine thenes rest ehteen (18l)feet. thence south forty-ave(C451 leet, t-ne east eirhteen (18) feet. thence noeth -orty- ve (41) feet to the plmes of beginniner. Maid -ea taterasimgso'ed Icy a two-story brichdwetltma. T ernms of sate as prescribed by the decree: One-third if the purchase mosey in cah, balance in two equal mtallments at one ad tw, years. with interest fros he day of slale. to Ite securea d y deed of trust upuie heicestsold.or all cah. at the optios at the par. -Saner, A~etof 620 will he required at the 1mB of sale. Alcoaverancing, reoordas-, o.. to he Dra 1garJ~CE A. BRANDE!NBURG. SJAMES F. 'OD41 t ''a w.~ Trustea. 'o.n2.4. 10 11 acie bldg..) L A E & SLOAN. AaUs,ises XONTRACTOR'S NAL OF ouRnE MULES. On MONDAY NOVEMBER SEVENTH 1. as 'OURtCLC P. M. *In frost of our sale 40f ~~s.we will sslfora ceatrserthe - Them eal seeod w~aa.m, n the 3 of leb .oiidmbt a aeaai am etegoed Ue -m. AUCION 8ALPS -lOALE BT A1TiOF A. IA)T~~ ONFU R E AOI N EAST CA AN A mT O it he of a derea he P'rqemeOaiet Calat s~maa passed ts eqattV Eaes U Dern t al. are mis e atm et al. ewe def.aan mide shimi mcnwl'1101114mformiaste pal th,.e.s,a em. FRIDiA TEE B NOVEMBER% A. V. IW. A.- FO t ... t"e 1 low -deret a l ad .tIse and hea mia the ettr of Webhme 4te. D Ovte noshima. to wit :Pt- of kIo tae. bered eus I) i equare mam.bsed ert horur ted and atema E). htmmiai fw the =eam an the lie 1of 4h a.. 44 a poiAt distant ebt r (NOW feet so.ath ftom the " thwest corner Of St square. reNaStee ther. eamtl seemsTT-two -s tedt et it inbrm. thoe-e aalth tWt ('11) f-4t th enc wert vsevety-t1 (7 8eet as 40 aeso to the line of said streaat. and themee north I tweNty (M' feet to the bortaminu. torether with tb vea ttnissta ttrom. :ma Onea-third <sk. halenmra is two eqtal tooltall ents. ;taythbl in one asod two year fenm the date of esle with iNter.st an the deferred pay.on.- at the rule of 6 par -ent wvarun-u. payable ei-nal, I.,b .es i e-rrk yded of tru*t mn the seeiniaea I. 1e1 "l",ca. at the rne'nbaser's option. A .tegoint two b'rnmdr.'d dollars 4 'ehm reqtired at the time .4 oat. Teru. to be -omi*,tht with in ofteen alys freo able. All cnveyaartag, re.nirdmr. ac.. at pomarontr's D. S. MACKALL. JOHN A. CLAlt - T. WAI Tr IV. DAlIIIOGF.Jr TOMOR ROW. S. BENS1NER. AUCTIONLR. WASHINGTON HORRE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR. PEREMPTORY SALE OF HORRES, MARES AND MULES. WILL BF SOLD AT THE RAZAAR. 0 LA. AVE.. SATUIRDAY OUN INt. NOVEMBER FIFTH. AT TEN O'CIAicK. A CAR I.OAD OF HORSES AND MARES. CoNsIlaNED BY MR. LO:UIS BENERO OF PHILAIELPHIA. IN THIS IOT WILL BE FOUND oNE PAIR OF WORK HORSEs. WEIHINO T.on(0 I-U1NID0. A BOWN MARE CAN TROT IN .01, A PACER. TIME LENS THAN .4L THE BAL ANCE ARE ALL BYAMS'KY-BUII.T HORSES AND MAREN. GOO414D WORKERA AND DRIV. ERR. AND RILL POuIIVELY DE MOLD WITHOUT REAERVE. AISO SIX FIRST-CLASN MUI.Es. TWENTY-FIvE HEAD OF HORSER AND M tRES. CONAIGNED AND TO HE SOLD F&iR IIF FERENT PARTIES. AND MOSTLV FOR WANT OF USE. AL-O ONE CIWPELETTE HORNE AND H kRNESS. THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN WHO HAS NO FURTHER USE FOI IT. THIN 14 AN l:XTRA(IIINARY SALE AND SHOI-L> RE CLIVE THE A'TENTION OF BitRENs. It _. _ S. BENSINaIFR. Anet. TALTER 8. WILLIAMS & CO., Aactsaneera REG.ULAR SATURItAY SALE (IF HotRFiIOLD. FI'lciTUR. CAIIPET4 ke CONUIGNED BV PRIVAI T PARTItEl, -1o lIE 4oA AT Pt hi IC tt'C'TION AT OUR S.ALIE4 ROIsM. COI. 101H AN0 PA AVE. NW.. TOMORROW. NOVEHMEtt FIFTH. AT TEN 010'aCE.l IN FRONT AND WITHIN OUR qA.ES ROOM. NO P"TPiiNEmEN T 'N ACCtOUNT OF WI. ATHERL. Private unte'a nad dealers ho-uid give this sale thirt special attention. The se-etijen Ia lat" and eimbac~eaevertentne in, th. wat o.f hou'a-keetdlar. It WAI TFI t. WILIYAMN & (, . Atrnta. A. LEVV. Aucllon-r. *. Dfft hxy, -nnsmylviad ae.. -OrXEHOLD FrRNITURE. &c.. AT AUCTION. " tTrkDAY MON INtl. NOVEMPIER FIFTH. at TEN O'CIA I K. at ,-wr sl, rla.. we will bold our Iegular weekly ,ste of Horshqold Funiture and effects. everal Wa'nut. Oak and o-br hKt RAIkc Sets. Parlor and Ditinar Roo, Fmrnitur-. Plush and Iiaportet Rtits. Park.r uttie. in oak and maanboay frnsues. Book .n.es. Oak and 'Lainut iHiffots. Hit and Shock. lath atari. aind oitl.- Mattreses. Ware Cots. Spirins. ae.. Handsol. kuch Rn-koer and Easy Chairs. Pictare. 1t.sand Ranirea.Bc. ALSO Mni Assortment of Moq'et. Arjumete-. 'elvet. Body Brussel'. Inarraln and oth.r Misut ('art iet. Larre and Small Rag. Lis,:. u,. Oil 4 lth. &c.. kc it UNCANsoN BROS.. Auctionere. CITIZVNW EXEC iTTV a'MVIT rEF. TWENTY SIXTH N TIONAL ENCAMPMENT. G. A. L 9UANTITY 1OF LUMBERI AT AUCTION. OnA TrRIA L'. NOVMBt I IF'ti. .t TWELVE O'CIAJCK. on the WHITE IOT. we will Wie aquan ity of Lanalber usedin and about e ''KEARK&AX.E. Term cash. JOHN JOY P1SON. it ( hairnaan. . ATCLIFFE. DARU & CO.. AUCTIONEILM Rb VU-A -A. AVE N. W. ATTRACTIVE SALE BY AECTION (F NOUEROLD ITRr NITURE CAILPElt. RUNs te.. AT 4'% SALES Ioi-i%. OW PENNSYLVANIA AVEN-E NORTHWFST SATURDAY, NOrVEmn-l. FIFTH. 1ot: BE:i:NNING Al TE' tCIK. The Ceise-anents this week are froa., ev. ral faml lI" dlituainc housekeepina and lturaishing, and conaiat in part PARLOR SUITES AND DETACHED FANCY PIECE. WALNUT %ND OtK CHAM4BER I-'URNITUkE. DINING VOOM TABLES. CHAIRS. BUFFFT1 A'ND rIDEB'ARIDt. M AT. TREINtEs IN HA!.01, sHUCK 4,D 4'OTTON TOP. FEATHFR PILI O% . IpENsEs IAUNtGE. CR0CKFRY AND iiLA S WARY. STOVEM AND COOKING UTEN-ILS. CARPETS F40R DIN NG ROOM. LIBRARY. CHAMBEit AND PAILoR. ' AL-0 AT TWELVE O'CLACK S.. SEVERAL DRIVING AND WORK HORSEN. CARRIAGES AND WAtIONs. HARNi St. &c. N. -.-Persons I a 11 er :-ronal trotwry of any desrrptio I to diets. of will look to their own in. tetrest t by conaitninr th-m 1o u-. Our r,..n.s are More ceutral. w -r on the Tuain thor cnhtars. we have the aratest filliti-I and naturally and am fart we scure the best r,-sult. cu.icui.ents gar an) part of isturday's -ales receIved up to houraf be rianta~r. No roastpon~eeren't. Teleranone 2."'i . LATCLIFFE. DAR K& CO.. _______ _ ___ Amtismae , THOMAS DOWLING & SON. Amcts.. 6J1 E m. LW SALE OF HOVSEHOI D FRNITrRE. HOPFt CARRIAGES I ARNEN%, &c.. WITHIN uUd AICTIOIN RtOOUNt AND BAEAAR. 612 E STREFT Not:, NWFNT (IN SATURI'AY NOVEMBER FIUT I IN. AT TEN tylcac. EMBllACITh4 I.N PART: Parlor Funilture in auttes and id pi gte... Manitel and Pier Mireor,, .ne New Engrland a-wanon e. r Piaao. avariety of iak. M. TI., Walnst and teBd Room ilsitas.Harn Ilar-lI an-l C. Mat a's-s. Feaah--r Iisters ad Pill..w,.. W. W. spraira. Oak ad #al naUt Ext.nflion Tah ea. $Idotl.ant=. IDimr Rouom chairs. Rockers. Bc. ; 3I Feldinw lieds. Heutiajr and Cookng- Stove.. Toblet War.-. rockey. 5c. ALSO A NT'MBER OF HANDS ME NEW MISFIT AND SLIGHTLY rNED Mm u4JU- TTF, ItoiDY Bitl'S-ELN. SMYRtNA AND OTHER Rttu'. BODi BRUNNSEUI TAPI-NTIIY AND INtitAiN C ARI'E Ts. YOU CA BE SUITED IN TUE AltatI' COLLECEION. ALMO. AT TWEIXE t'CI OCK. Reveral Horses. Carriages. Haies. Bc. One Ro,-el(Geldane. ran trut Ia '1 ldf See advertis.e ment. THOMAS DOWLI NO & "'a'% _____t____ Auitanee-=. L ATINER & SLOAN. And.. 1407 i at I.PRIOH T PIANO. ORGAN OAK. CHERRY AND WALNUT CH AMBERI IL tITEat CHIFFUNIEJ4S8 DOUBLE AND SlMIGLE WA~tbHOek-s. HA.D 50ME1 OAK AND WAIL?4 T Slra-.BARD' liuAlt" FENDER- AMD ANDIRO'NS RACINtI AND COACH1NG PRINTs. toFFIef FURNM TUsE. HANDSOME PARLtAR St'ITE ELE GANT OAK BOOK CASE. CABONET FuA.DING BEDS. HAIR AND HI'.K MATTRE1-ataF-a I-EATHER PILIRS~ AND IO0L-TERS. borN' GEN., DINING R(4511 CHAIRh' ODD ROCERa AND FANCE CHAIRs. STOA Es. AlSO LOT BUSEIA AND INGRAIN CARPET5. ART SQ.AREN$ BROS. SKIN MIATh. aC. * H CR ARRIAGES. BC.. AT TWELVEl M.ATi AUCTI)' 0. SATURbAV. NOYVIWER IFTE. 1sit. at TEN O'ClcK A.M.. withi c ur e--ow. and ern venlent ses re mii. 140. Li str..et, we erill sell a terwe lime of farniture. enubr .inr ev.-y a-'caati for bhn~useBold ps un-. * he aqod aresall ha lair condi tis and .1rood quality. No poaitpoment en - co-at of wathier. meS-2t___ _.LATIMER & SWAAN. Aats. R ACLIFEDARE & CO.. AUTION~, PEEMPTORY SALE OF 4000OD WORK HORSES. I COIAL CARTS. 1 ROCKA WAY. S hETS OF RARNR. ON AUCTERAONI WOYEMBER FIFI. T TWELEoCOK will efer garlne. bt rwnt et ar sales r.. ern. ema of atms to. Tb.s se.ta:rteajm,, a goad airdaboMeuld o-m ..aj tim amsss-. M pgata as of rahimer and ramne agect. ___A DARE & c0.. TMADOWIuyea &SON. Auca...WEst. m. AT OT A g.e .. ~ sowg uS e a eR s~o= AUCTION Sam Qe a7 L a~ emn. --' 4. V?-MR MAMAIC 7M 1W 7r.- kao'AE, N e rei me-l.a ummh '27" Wn 4.t Va * ass a" .M 11A mom al A4e-a". OUR. , e r se u. tdeTsEE of * a . DF MC ANSCIN DS.. Aw.'. h GM DO krh3TZKa- SALE rFenT"as j 146%. a les M a d Ci iika, of ts o FO ( s h e I.ser .. f....E ..ie., LAT "he lead'",'' ---''-'"* -gra mTp, o.?1U T T6E 6T al the r,"MoEaui hlwTel. toon M 3431 DI*Il muarleot A md saeeag, 3a~aas b-u-I sad ^,ultsmod itn g'reeifetwoo e =xr . a t. et E M 01111 3to ~ .eahieuggm Cat tb Tablow. atd AtI.F A7T ' E O'1bu E ma i ha brn i citoa. f Nohticte. e in Yute mA. h 9 L ATI fl & WiOAN Athem ank at 0 Gn Ei."Aa"4 sA:: t.'"y-or -ALrAU IMO IKO4 NAAIT. We 1o' rUI3YF%Th aTU 'i tieed l4d rna- 0Is Se, balcd e the of Cathin (rhauou. dooreowed. I will OR "tg' ad HAmuATs Wc 4 R t aWKt othat ofr u" is of My of -e s ee ef1t i o. GORDONub kimtru *sesti Atteenage lat8 Is trll demg4i m a eoe 44 to he tes at tO. - u wat of Aerfl seg . " asord a 4 tw.-atte dme~laag o. saeu a.' Ze 1311. (ae4 th Trma t eeld Osec-thrds oath. ea..is am tw. years. t gI, g.r I-tt ateaft. upre 1 ' t OWt ot a1r olam cha.,rA 1,eat I4 * ndre at.444 r t.eq u . a ie ne t 1m 4 mitl frhem lay..f .in. the a :e . OWe Sat E d i Ittt. masehea and 413argU.V.~ G~ORDONT & t464IN 0..t At~m. m44J o ft)UNCANNlON MHOR.. Amle.. ShMA 101. L TUVATIFSf A.F OF URICIL -'' lti!lMilo-4% TILLIT WObruwM . 11 nel-f a .Iet .4 ED u 4 , .1s' Aq'rlL. ltS# fl. l.,nde Isne 47*gm e. . of Owe lad veruds of th. ItekrM l'la. anA at the reqeti~o .th. .arti.. a T!E1BrA. t. . mte IMnrS tmha he det'tl o4If ee %.4 a lmt , M l u dul -I* ISow MANICURE.. a All tTeu-tw a too "I.ma sea~t Wt balame isa in. tuelve and t-I.a at is 1r "olt Per 5533. 9111101 owsnmma~ty own "e by a 44 ui'1 AD. All ea wearin a&4 't'reourvA t'.qie'l at the"mstak wi TEE ( W" the nrmrm" e 'U-ar=ONa t& oat the iama eaett samtse etaarmn a e ea e. TR1LU ABE or4-on OnceIi rIthas .. Wh3Abo tSA4T13 In TKwr~UK * '-gV7KfDAO.W"NOM . . WAUAWI? 'II ~aAP PIN AWI'ag AUU(. Wa".tlff4 INTER VOAREDITT! FA~1. W6MA! O 00 e. Auh. ema w1t4 and Ma mthE. -u 1. T ak yt ca.ne b W1 b Pl4es erMO E 'rmd mmio tlw4 sd . . Cheth. 7.e te tF es a e f r y a . O e s seout te maise la Brocas. a~s Se a DTAMPe. WeY ... OCR .. As., li.. a 159 lredit 70as e eIetam . e . o macuarrt tar the p4r4 e Yee heed ue AlTn WOE. PAVER 1iTER ead Brusel woe V dt 4soe aw nub Gese 6er acent ofe tdit wdoWe Islas sadb . ea rith -ar cSiht48ee es tems. wian.... -e 'uite the radheaw . a thurewo ad tem a ~ re" ast-et Emmw efar won . a M bui orues. Is a ed aI em Vam se s ome eTaisai We a i r - 7e h a t.he credit. -you .. depinwnmh gg avmg gg.V coari ve th. ateell iat'l ta t des m el~~md39 Neul em or=hea a for 65eu . am .1 n eed~t e it; Wuese Wie Bem a.r eyar. cam-eS tuie A Urns -pbla amMa turm r t7.:e h. Omabiw imaMse .samas fclled toal-nti t Me tearir Catie and bam lagov. Anfsa...ed a sad ea.. n EaewOFEEELT O ma creit perome rent dsbe. s ed Wettmmnt 4 4 6i A . m .N - T T . with as. rM ts we 6w wi 1&ato BWl QROQ AN'S 'Zenauandlmsea. s mu e&Ne SUVg bS xummdbEM eM a g - - ~ gtm. 3 ~ Ku a the -hewmrU Egg wees amarg,~ a CA..... A! B.uu K.a -A Ku6