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IN MEMORY OF UN(OLN.
h swiimg ia Wia . Did nma opm to th slAs ? V na nmas caoenoes om f Saso. a y EsmlealM An~egeQa --May -NOWW80semes Uw The bl et the Where e the reenmtly 011100"d Memr4ail A -cIntiSUm of the Dis AVI& Of Colmbfa are already beginaaE= to espear An the mebemMet that bas bees made o the preservation o a spot that should be O fhe 0 st Interest to every American 0man-he bous in which Premlent LiN. sa, 4 after he wans removed from the Mater in which that ahokcisg tragedy e 9s Veas1 the house has been allowed to noas med. hut now t% local society, whk ]DO for its object the care and sut& his smala of plasm in this city that are at hicst Ieterest. bas taken at In charge. teoe the Srat thisga that they started te de as be mecure this oad hon on Mth Ien eppeoste the oN Fords Theater. They have ---I be lemaing the property for 00 term of one year. with the option of JePh I and the expectatie is that Con Gram wE see the eminant propriety of per shaes the Alee for a permanent memorial 110the great BUNCO statesman and mar tyred Preuliant. Am nsewmtsaf AesseeSoen. Ia theer eforts in the ae of makis the beass an interesting memorial of an Wnter somg man, the amsocta had one peu Ariy g"d stroke of luck. This was nMthing mere -r ls than getting pn--an of a bss and wonderfuly complete ceietton of BOOM and mnI=toes of Mr. LIneoim, ex landing through al the periods of his We. Whb eensetem warm described In last Batur Gs Star. The way the association eame to t Ahowever, am Interesting matter. Putting t it together was the work of mesm than tIty years on the part of a man Who ao devoted an immense amest of U and ear eo the labor. For years be eseupied the old homestead i Sprinuield whsie Mr. Lecols lived when he was made PydenL The man was Col. O. H. Oldroyd sA" he kept this collection in the old house lae It was always open to the gebile. and r Eve years every om was giveSn a chance ft Iyost it. It was at his suggestion that horn wasn presented be the state of sip Col. Robert T. Ltncoln and at Al n n he was Placed be the house aenstla. The agreement was that be Vesin leave this arge and valuable colse am of as to the state upon his death, Upon O -onm' - that up be that time the state Wefbt Assre hn a reasonable alary, suEt ceat for his needs. This arrangement eon s A I& a period of about SEe yea but at the and at that time Gov. Altgeid, for pna rsnm removed him from his post dea and Col. Oldroyd took his elleetion with him.. a tag thf afta of thigMA the Me ortal Asciaton at once communicated with C&L. Otgd and asked him not to iensidr any other ers until they bad had a chne e make some arrangement with NA. The reult ot it all win be that the ameetion wE probably be able be get po. suea of the Collection ad keep A the bm be whick Li.an died. the whole to mahe a moat valuable exhibit and one that 1Woud USn me than anything elSe could of Oe dne sad pare life of a great man, *em the cradle In which he lay as a babe awn to the very articles that played a part i te Da tragedy that brought his life be antey and Umecessary en& Mew the Mese Awe Aesaged. There are upwards of three Mtoman differ aft articles b the eollection, varying from a seek of hair from the head of Mrs. Lincoln. or a slaving re the cedar eoa be which 0e Prosdeat was harled, to one of the Iden mi sans that was seplit by Mr. Lincoln's awn hands There are hooks of his life and st the war. Photographs ef the scenes In whisk he played amh a Prominent part are bg shout On the van among newspaper Wat- fmsO the Nustreted papers of the time st depict Ais P m e from the time whe he Mrat eame premenently before the aeaf the country. There are photographe ac the hoang at Mrs. Serratt and the oth gr compatom. It would be a didelt and "sew task to attempt to enumerate the ases that compose this unique Collection. They are aS arranged A a satlafactery Ma ner abeut the rooms on the main Soor of oe house. na. lSth street. which, up tb the -rnst time. has had only a Near*e b in 0e frot was to mark it out for the tamno Wet that it le. jatep-,etr= as an the relies are that 'ol. IGdowd hW brought together, it was left S this city to supply two relics of the ut meat value. Not long age Dr. T. . Ham ha. one of the member. of the Memoal Association. get track of these two articles and hoafly succeeded be locating them in the baseenmt e the Smaithsntem One was Se chair in which Mr. Lincoln sat at the Itme he was shot. The other was the tail. new Old jakoned milk hat which he wore to the theater on that fatal might. The cham to a large mangmny arm chair up helstered in red damask and ws undoubt oft a haneome piece of furtture et its fty. On the back may now be seen a large aft stau which shows where the blood of the President poured forth. These two aseteles. it sees were depostted with the tmna foe some reason or other, on te day after the shooting. presumably by membner. of the police force or of thnamii bar. There were no papers of any atde peelse with them,. but at the same time Sms no possible doubt of their authen TUseern Spese to the Pablie. Thi msemorial to Mr. Lincoln, house and esitection. was thrown open to the public he the first time last night, and a number et bevited guests were present for the exer doe that marhed this important occasion. Among those who were present were the Vice President. Senator Cullomt, Chief Jus Use Fuller. Commissiner Ros., ex-Commnis mimer Douglass. Glen. and Mirs. Schofield, Gun. Wheeler. Dr. and Mrs. Hlamitn, Mr. T. W. Noyes. Rev. Dr. J. II. lliiott. Bishop EKene. rector of the Catholic Iinvermity. Mr. Jere Wilson. Mr. S. IP. Langley. Secre tarv et the &mithsonian Institute; Mr. and Mrs. HI. BI. F. MtacfarLmnd, Rev. Dr. Sun destand. Mr. J. WV. Somers Etl Strong ad Mr. Chs. . Dell. The exercises of the evening consisted for Se amoet part of speeches. The maeeting yas called to ortier by the Chief Justice in his eapacity as presient of the asmociationi. Me spoke for a few mnoments of the objects et the Memonrial Assoeiation as being typ hEal of the growth of feeling throughout the esentry regardlng reverence for things HaoteLle said that it was fitting that this work of p-eserving historical relics Smuid be most p-oecueted here in the cap hal of the nation. Justiee Fuller then in bodaced Senator Cunlom, who knew lir. Lincoln lenger anrd better than any other wman now alive. Senator Cullomn spoke breely but feelingly of Mr. Lancoln. In diet It seemel with tis little collection of people sitting about in the parlors of this eerios old hoe.e dliscussing the merits and elities of a man who has now been dead mnme time, as though they were speaking of one who had just passed away, anid whose death was a personal blow to each one. It was an interesting and unusual Sense.. Cmueima Pernua Restnas diator Cuflom said in the course of his Saarks that nothing could possibly have Sehed his consent to remain away on such an oean. It had been his good fortune to live in Springsild. Ill., the home of Mr. Linsa 5ad the resting place of his ashes. Ntis memory of the great manl ran back to the time when. as a small boy. he used to hear his father spieak of this rising young lawyer by the name of Llncoln. He re membered that when would-be litigants, Would conme to his father for advice as to What counsel to employ his father would adlvise thenm to se-ure the servies of Judce Logan If he was~ there. referring to the county seat. otherwise he woukd advise themi to go to iiacoln. a Young man who would answer their purposes quite as well. Uenator Culmom tirst saw 3Ir. L~incoln as a lawyer in a mur.!er case. in which the Ia niented CoLl. Esker participated as eounsel. lie mull eeanidered that the greatest trial he has ever sen. Het knew air. i~ne'aln be the hustin;;s. knew him as a candidate ir t' grpess, and in the joint debate with Dougra. Which Is admittedly the greatest debate ever hel I i .tis country. After such an acquaintance~ he could say that LIscoln. all in n!il. was the greatest and ntlest statesman sine the days of Wash begtn,. lHe mple eg; tiiy of this building and its Doestillit.--s Ad ,ei.l that h'e hee~wd it Wonid l*~. a recea foer all who luied liberty and the name .,f Lancomf. The Wriee Pre=adent's tiamnte ef Lin ealn. Vira Preside~nt .etevenson was introducedI be make a few remarks. In the course of which he s:Il thait it was hi;;hly proper Stat this m~a-iein hnnud Hat..n ta thre words of an el blend and neighbor of Mr. iAncon. Me could but speak in aWroval of aM that Senator Cutom had said. In his opinion the government should own this h uin and maks it a permanent me "I resmember." ai the Vice President. .8% tmemota speech of Washington it . that Virginia gave him to America America gave him to the world. So of r.I.ineoln, Illinois had given him to America and America had given him to the world and to the ages. It Is proper that there should be here a memorial for the children of our land of one of the greatest and, even more, one of the kindest hearted men that ever Bved.' Ulehop Keese's TrIbute. Bishop Keane followed with a brief ad des in which he paid an eloquent tribute to the memory of Mr. Lincoln. He said that, partisanship is one of the menaces to ear land and he thanked God that as an efast to such tendencies the memories of an Abraham Lincoln were to be presirved. Be then went on to speak of the destrabil ites of a country which has so little of a past. marking with a mark and a seal spots which like this should be so dear to the memory of all patriotic Americans. DW. Hamlin read letters of regret from the Secretary of State, ex-President Harri sof, e-Vice President Morton, Cardinal Gibbos. President GlIman of Johns Hop ki" uiversity. Dr. Gallaudet, Dr. Well log of Columbian University, President Seth Low of Columbia College, Mr. Horn blower. Justice Strong. Mr. Frank Hatton, ex-Secretary Noble and President Hastings e Union Theological Seminary. uYATTSVgLL.. A rousing democratic meeting was hell a".Eureka Grange Hail, Chilhun, last night, under the auspices of the Chillum Demo cratic Club. Mr. James Enos Ray presid ed, and Mr. Anthony L, Ray acted as sec retary. The president opened the meeting with a spirited address, in which he appeal ed to the democrats to stand by the nomi nees of their party. Mr. William D. Bowie, candidate for the state senate, Mr. Geo. M. Smith, candidate for the house of dele gates, and Mr. Geo. S. Dove, candidate for sherif, were present. A large delegation from the Prince George's Democratic Asso elation, headed by Mr. John T. Burc., Its president, attended the meeting. Effective speeches were made by Geo. M. Smith, candidate for house of delegates, James C. Rogers. N. C. Darnall, Brooke Hunter, John T. Burch, Anthony L. Ray, James Enos Ray, Jr., John Miller, president of the board of county commissioners, Prof. James A. Joye, Mr. Dailey of Branchville, Mr. Gleaso of Chiflum, and W. F. Nola4d, editor of the Lakeland News. Mr. John T. Burch offered a resolution indorsing the democratic ticket nominated at Marlboro'. and calling upon all citisens, regariless of party, who desired good government, hon eSat administration of the county's finances, public schools and good reads to'vote for it. The resolution was a4opted by a rising vote. Prof. Joyce entertained the audience with patriotic airs and was given a vote of thanks by the club. The meeting was one of the most enthusiastic that has ever been held in that section of this district. Eureka Grange held an interesting meet log at its hall in Chillum a few nights ago. The program consisted of singing by the Grange. reading from "Martin Chusalewit" by the chaplain, and a debate on "Fall Work on Farms and Gardens" by Messrs. John Miller, Ager, Perkins and Rowell. The following delegates were chosen to rep resent the Grange at the meeting of the Montgomery County Grange. which will be held at Damnesville on the 5th insta'it: Mr. and Mrs. James Enos Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Ager, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Win. McChesney. A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. Jerome's Catholic Church at 3 o'clock Yesterday morning, the contracting pattles being Mr. Geo. E. Riley and Miss Rose Gallant of this village. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Russell and nup tial mass was sung by the choir. Miss Edith Gallant, niece of the bride, played the wedim=n march and Miss Lulle Acker sang an offertory. The bride was becomingly attired in a steel blue broadcloth dress and carried a bouquet of La France roses. The altar was handsomely decorated with autumnal flow ers. Shortly after the ceremony the happy touple left for a brief visit to Baltimore, amA the congratulations of their many friends. The democratic candidates have me& ar rangements to hold the following meetings at t different places in this county: Hy&, store, Saturday, October 2, at 4 p. m.; Herse Head, Monday, OctAer 29, at 3 p. M., and Brandywine, at 7: p. m.: Piscataway, Tuesday, October 2k, at 720 p. m.: Clinton. Wednesday, October 2, at 3 p. n., and Suitland at 7:30 p. m.; 3rooks' store, Thursday. October 26. at 3 p. n.; Bladensburg. Friday, October 27, at 7:3 p. i.; Branchville, Saturday, October 29, at 74 p. M.; Laurel, Monday. October 24 at 7:3 p. m.; Brightasat. Tuesday. October 31, at 3 p. n., and Lanham's station, at 7:3 p. m.; Bowle. Wednesday. November 1, at 7:2 p. m.; Woodmore. Thursday. November 2. at 72 p. m.; Marlboro, Saturday. Novem ber 4, at 73 p. m. Mr. Ervin, nuager Of the Palestine dairy, while driving down the hill at High land station on his return to Hyattsville last evening was run into by a wagon driven in the same direction by a negro, supposed to be drunk, thrown violently to the ground and badly bruised about the limbs. Mr. Dore, who was in the wag-n with Mr. Ervin when the accident oc curred, by his timely assistance prevented him frm being run over. The following is the ticket agreed upon by the independent single taxers: For state senator-Jackson H. Ralston. For the house of delegates-Robert D. Brown of Glendale, Jesse Smaliwood -of Laurel, Willisa Binger of Mariboro'. For county commissioner-John B. Ager of Bladensburg district, Joseph A. Miles of LaureL. F~aLSe CUWUCE, The marriage of Miss Maud Gertrude Thorne, second daughter of Mr. Jacob M. Thorne, to Mr. Warren F. Breniser, look place at S p. in. on Tuesday, In the M. E. Church here. The church was tastefjlly decorated for the occasion and presented a handsome appearance and was crowded with the relatives and friends of the con tracting parties. Rev. S. A. Balt, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony ac cording to the prescribed forms of the church. It was one of the prettiest wed ding, that has ever taken place In Falls Church. The bride wore a resplendent white .13I gown trimmed with Valenciennes lace, and her handsome form was com pletely enveloped In a bridal veil. o'he car ried a large bunch of Marechal Niel roses and entered the church leaning on the arm of her father, being preceded by her maid of honor. Miss Annie N. Lichau, who wore a beautiful cream colored silk dress and carried a bunch of, white roses. Imxnedl ately ahead of the maid of honor were the bridesmaids, Miss Sarah A. C. Thorne arnd Miss Ruth A. Thorne, agedL respectively ten and six years. sisters of the bride, r~ho were prettily attired in white Swiss and each carried a bouqjuet of La France roses. The wedding march was played by Miss Mary H. Thorne, also a sister of the bride. At the chancel they were met by the grrom and his best man, Mr. Leon Freeman, and the ceremony was soon concluded and the happy couple receIved the congratulations of their many friends. The bride was the recipient of many handsome presents, all of them usefuL. Mr. and Mrs. Brenizer will be at home, after November 1. at l828 8th street northwest. Washington, D. C.. where they wtil be pleased to see their 'rier.ds. The timhers for the occasion were Messrs. George T. Mankin. Arthur K. Raymond. J. Spencer Thorne and Jonathan Rt. Thorne, and among those present from a distance were Mr. Jonathan Roberts. grandfather of the bride, and his wife, of Clarkaboro, N. J.; Mrs. Rachel Roberts and Mrs. Ann Styles, grand aunts, of Camden, N. J.; Mrs. Samuel Styles of New Jersey, Mrs. itllle OJ'Keefe of Richmond. Va.. Miss Hattie Morrow of Indiana, Mr. H. Lanadale and wife. Miss Susie Hartung and MIss lizsie Garwood of Washington, D. C.; Misis Lii lian Shear of ('hanitilly. Rev'. Rt. A. Scott of Loudoun and Miss Alma Sagar of Fairfax Court House. Th aeof the Duryee property to the Misss Welerand Gundrey Is conslrme~d. for the sum of $14.00. Five acres of the land Is reserved by Mr. Dur'yee. Miss Alice Sabin of Florida is visiting her friend. Miss Dorothy Searl.!s. M.rs. Otsceassat has opened a kinder::;.trien school in the Ryland house on Little Falls street. Twelve new members were add-d to Pioneer Loxke of Good Temnpiars last night and ninety-five were in attendance. The program fr-r the evening consisted if reef tations. Miss Ad'lte Spoffordl. M"s. E. y. Croc'ker, J. R. Jacobs and Mrs. J. H. Glar retsen; so.los M~ Ida Quick P'ad Mr. J. Ml. NewIon: dialogue. 'Courtship Uunder Difftcultis." Mr. .V'. M. Erwin. Miss .I.o Garner and W. Hi. Erwin. Rev. R. A. Scott delivered an address. Jacob E. Singer. wholesale clothier, of Milwaukee, has made an aesignment to Adolph Segnits, who gave: a bond of SMXna anu AUCTXON SALEA TRIM AYRUXOON. DVNCA'a0N BRs .. ACTlIOxUma PSI MPTORY SALE OF THREE-SOY AND BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING. NUMBER) 14M N INTRES NORTHW 8. On WEDNESDAY APIERNOON OCTOBER EIG7TEENTH, A.D. lMS. at HAL--PAST FOUR O'COCK. we will sell. in front of the premises, WID 100. SQUARE 21, Froting seventeen feet mne and one-halt (17 feet 1IV) Inches em N street. improved by a well bult three-story aid basement brick dwellng. contain Ifg aine 09 rooms and bath; all modern een venienwes. This is admirably adapted for a business man, be convenient to car Ines and In a splendid selsmo. Terms: $4.00 toremin an the property =ntit April I6, 16, at 6 per ent per am01, Interest pyable seml-assaally, and the balance cash. A it of $20 required at time of Role. Convey awing, &c., at chaser's cost. Terms to be complied with in een d:tys. otherwise the right reserved to resell the peoperty at the risk and cast of defaulting purelaser. after fie days' ad vertisement of swh resale In some newspaper pblished la Washingta D. C. e3-d&d DUNCA 129BROL. Anctioneers. RATCLIWF DARK & C., AAetlan es, TRUSrw SALE OF TWO BRICK DWWAJNGS ON PAMSON STREET BETWEEN RV - TEENTH AND PIPTEUNTH TRIEEBS XORTH WET. BY AUCTION. By virtue Of a deed of trust, givea to us, and d1y recorded In Liber No. 15. falio 0B3 et seq., one of the laud resorde of the District of Colim. his, ad at the eat O the p smed there by. the um*eal trustees wl M r for sle hr HALF-PART FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all those eer tale piee er areels of land and premises lyiag and being In te I f Washington. District of anown distlaguished As and being rts e le"s 45 and 46, of Dr's recorded sub iiioat quare numbered IM, for the mamat a en the south line odamso. street and thirty-four (134) feet from the sast line of 15th street, and renalag thence sast twenty-st (M) feet; themes moth ninety ( feet to an alley; thence west along the line of said alley tweaty-sla (26) feet. ad thefet north alety (1) feet to the place of belginnag, together with the Ima aeiments . Sub t, however, to a prior deedo trust for W0,0. W , atures em the 5th y of June, 1.4. Terma: The porcas mone (over and shore the deed ot trust above mentioned) to be mad in eash. of which VZO mst he paid at the time of male. Terms to . caomptled with in Afteen days, ether wie the trustees reserve the right to rese the property. at the rbk and cost ef defouittg par leser. All eenbeyneing, recerding. e.. at the cost of the parehaser. ama.d T,...... VUURE DATh. THOMAS DOWLDWG & CO., AUV1TIONR W23 X at. aw. TRarE ' SATi A VAL7ABLE BUILDINO LOT IN MT. a 4T AT THE NORTH W T CORNER O TIETENT STXEET AND WHITNEY AVENUE. A virtue of a deed of trust dated P ry 10. and dnly recorded to Liber No. 144 folio 478 et seq., en* of the land reeseds at the District of Columbia. and at the request of the parties se cured thereby, the amdeiulsd trustees will sell at public auction. In front of the premises, en PRW DAY. OU 1ER1 THIR EMTH, 1&. at HALF PAR FOUR O'CLOCK P.M. the following do serm-ed reel estate. sitta i and heise the conty of Washingten, In t Distit of (halmbb known and designated as lot Na, 13 of Elisabeth N. Powes abdisiso at let N'oe. 1 2 and S, t bloc 42, of the estate ad Willia-u fieltead. . ceased, as recorded In Lher eounty No. a. folio 49, of the eeerda o mrveero' ete ad the Dis trict of Columbia. Terms: The assammem an lustebanb e of $1.10, JaeA ,ryM, 1NS. One-half the rest due In cash, of uch 0 deposit will be required at time et sale and balane in ase year. fr all eash ever said lmnmbran.e, at the wess of par ehamr. All essveuanela and asedift at pur elaswrs east. sed4to Trustees. THE AB"3 SAIa 10 PnOTTONW. IN CONSE queue of the rat*. until WDNtJMDAY. OCTOBER EIGHTEENTH. 19, ame hour and place. ero1-udta By order ot Trustees. THE ABOVE SALE E V(1NFPr14ED UNTH, WED NEPASv. WIX)UBER TWENT-FIF1TI, 186, sane hour and place. eel8-dts my edr of Trase_. CHANCERT SALE OF VALVABLE IMPROYED REAL ESTATE. Nos. 318 FIlST NirrtEERT SitTHEAItT AND U211 ELEVENTH STREE SUtTHEAfr. By virtue of doecrees at the Smpreme Court Of the District of Columbia. passed an the 15th day of July, 18. iM equity ea Nos. 14M, wherein Cornelius Drury et al. are complainants and Lu crettia Hobart et a. are defsbits. and In equity cause No. 144^5. wherein William Hascock et al. are com jainant aNI Lucretia Hobart 41 al. are defedndtb. I will ofer for sale, at public auctiom, In front of the premise, the following described real estate and the improvements thereon, eon stating of a desirable dweUng. situate is the city of Washimgtoa, District of Opumbia. to wit: Parts of lots ten 110) and eleven 411) in Kelly and Tho on's subdivision of part of square esn and thirty-three 743). as per plat recorded in Liber W. F.. folio 13 in the servey or's abce in the District af Columbia, described as follows: beginalng 30 feet 0 iebee neeth from the wanth. west crner of said square and running thence eant 140 feet to a alley; ths-se north 13 feet 0 lathes; thenee west 16 feet to aet 1st street; thence south em said street 13 feet 9 inches to the begin ning. Sale to take place in front of the afereaid smises at YOUR I'CIAMK P.M. on WE)NEE Y, NOVEMBR FiIT, A.D. W&t3, And e the same day. at the hor of ALF PAIST FOUR O'CWLCK P.M. I will offer for sale at public matties, In front of the peemaises, the fol lowing deecriled real estate situate 19 the city of Washington, District of Columbia. to wit: Als of lot aumbered thirty-eight O3t, In Stephen Flaeamn's subdivision of part of square numbered lite handred sad elgty-ine (), as per p>lat crosded in Liber IL W. folio ft in the sterey or's obee of the District of Columbla, In ed by a coafortable brich dwelling. Ne. 102% h street moutheast. If the weather is stormy the property will, nevertheless, be offered for sale within the houses en the respective premises. Terms of sale as preecribed by the decreet One third of the partchoe money In cash. one-third in one year and one-third in two years from the day of sale. The deferred payments to be secued, 0n the seupective pr-mises sold, by deed %it trust and to bear Interest. payable seni-aunually. at the rate of six per cent per annum, or the puf chaser way pay the whole port-ham money or a greater amount than ene-third thereof In essh, at his optioa. All cenveyancing and reearding at purchasar's Nat. A deposit of 5210 Will be required upon the premlsee 313 lst at. s.c.. and a deposit et $200 uon the premaises 100a 11th at. soe., at the time of tale. 1f the terms of sale are amt complied with within tea days tfge day of sale the trastee reserves the right to resell the property at the rish and euat of the defaulting purchaser, after Ave dlays' pre vsa adi-ertisemeat ina Tbs Evening Stat news gaper. JOHN RIIDOUT, Trutee, 1417 0 st. mw. DU'NCANSON BROS.,ocSd e Auctinurers. e-dd DUNCANSON BROS.. Ancta. T~rSTEES' SALE OP VALUABL.E PROPERTY 0N MAACHUMETTB~ AVE'E BItrWEEN By virtue of a deasd of trust daly recorded in LU ber 1001. folio 453 et seq., one of the land records 'or the District ot Columbia. we will 'tell, tn front it the pemises ON TIUREDAY, THE TWELFrTH DAY 4W OCrbBER, A. D. 180|a, AT FIVE O'sCLOCK P.M1.. the flilowtag described land and nremlses. sitate in the city et Washingo.In the bistrict of Columbia. and distinuihesa ad be ing the west 48 ft. 7%/ lathes ernia~ m llama. ave see of lot 3. in square numbered ,hthe fuall depth et said itt, together with all singular the Inaprovements, ways, easemlents, rights, priv ieges and appartenaaree to the same belnging or In any wise appertlnga. Termsa of sl: One-third of the purchase monney I c. ash, the balance In one and two years, at 6 per rent per annunm lutereut, pyable ,oemi-annuall , and ates secured by deed ftrtust on the pos~ said, or all cash, at the opt k of the perebae. A depsit et U eurl at the time of sale. IConverancing anrerl~ at the cost of the par. chaser. Torms Ofsole to complled with in ten days fromn dale of sale, otherwise the -trustees reterre the right to resell the property at the tick and rest of defaalting parchaser after Ore dusys' advrtsemntof sucb resale in some newspaper gabattd t WahisaaD. C. ALBtERT A. WRMSON, se30dedsTrustees. THE ABOVE SALE IIASi BEEN PO)STPO)NED, by rejnest, unfU~i IONDAY. the TWENTY-TH *RD of OC'1ODERl, A.D. 1103, eteaa hour nd plce. Jo1lN Bi. LIINERt, Oclg-d&ds Trse? E'NITE FrATRE MAaIISIAL S AL-BY VIRI tue of a wr-it of Seri facias, issued out of the clerk's otflee of the Supreme t'ourt of the District of Columbi~a. and t owm directed, I will sell, at Ipublic sate, for cmeh. at No. 1721) 7th street noeth weet, city of Washington, District of Columbia, os FRfiDAY, TilE TWENTY-5EVENTH DAY OF OIC ITiBERt. UeaA, AT TEN OP'CLOCVK A.M.. all the right, title, claim andi interest of the defensdants in am.i to the tollowing described prnperty. to wit: FluCor tach Canned Vegetables, Frultet. Fish. Meats, &c.: ToIlet and Laundry Bona, dances. Yeast ardxinaking P'nwdern, Stove and saeBlack lng and l'olish. FlavorngEstracts, Brushes, Wil low Ware, Pickles and (.bo-chow, Preserves. Jel lies. Cheese. Lmpy Chldtneys. Lanmps, Vingr. Olive 01i1.IBlueung. Cigars, Crockery and Gls Wars, Conter tacales, Show Case. &c.. hc. Seined and levied upon nas tha property of Goldman & Rtahin, andi will he sold to satisfy executlon No. 347Z1. Io favor of Simon Feldman. D. MI. BANS DELL, l'. S. Marshal, D. U. RATCLIFFE. D1511R & CO., Aarta. ___e~u13-dedos C. 0. SLOAN & 00.. Aueticmerws. 140T 0 st. GOVEIINMiENT SALE OF CONDEH.NED MA TERtIAL AT TilE DEPARITMENT OF THE3 LTEIIIOR. CORNER OF NINTH AND G brTREETS NORTHWEST. On THltRSDAY. OCTOBERI TWENTY-SIXTH, 18ta3. at TEN O'tLOCK A. K., at the Interior Decpartmaent. rer. 5th -and U sta. nw., we will 'sell a lot o~f condemnnedl material, as partly *'numeratedI below: LaiT OF' 'ARIPETS, IFFICE FURN1TURE. Wur OF TYP'EWltITE~tl. SCRAP IRON, LAROE OT'FICE SAFE AND) (THER MISCELLIANEOJES Terms cash. By order of THE amirTARY. C. G. SLOAN & CO)., Auctioneers. ue1l7-dta TiIloMs DOW1.ING ACO.. AiCTIONEEBSi, 612 El at. n.w. TRU7STEES' SALE OF' 2-STORY BICK BEN! DJENCEli NE~I. 406, 412. 414 ON N STREET Byr tirtue of three seperate deeds of trust, each danted the 1st day of July. 1802, and each dulir re ded, In libeer 11011. foulieji 455 et see.,0 oneE the lawi reere: of the District of Columbia. and hr .!,tion oft tie artv secnred theroev. the under .re-l truates will sell ON THUNip'IAY AFTYEt NIMIN. uN'ITIIBElt TWENTY-NINTHI. 19'.13. AT iIALF-PlAST F'ttR atO''fCK P.M.. in front eof the zemiasen. lots .a3. Me. It7 in sqnare 51;i. tegether with the Inmprorements, consisting of 3 2-ster bri-it dwevllings located as above stated. Terms easy and maade known at sale. I edO-lu JOnwa ltUvrEEN Tes. AUCTION SALES. TOEORR~OW. H. BEEN ME CO wtrO 'EgIlS, 687 LAINIaA are. n.w. HOUSHOLD GOODS AT AUCTION 3EMRACING PARLOR. DINING ROOM. IlD ROOM. LIBRARY AND KITCHEN FURNI TURE IN OAK. WALNUT AND ASH. AlSO OTHER GOODS TOO NUMEROUS TO MEN TtON. SALE THURSDAY. OCVOBER NINETEENTH. AT TEN A.M.. IN FRONT 'OF AND WITHIN OUR SALS ROOMS. Having ample lasid rose the weather will not interfere with this sale. ALSO. FROM A HOTEL. LARGE LOT OF CARPETS AND RUGS. GOede Cnsigned to us will be hauled free of charse. It 1. BERNHEDIER & CO.. Auctioneers. THERE WILL BE SOLD AT THE POUNI), COR Her 23d at. and N. Y. are. n.y.. on THUISDAY OI'TOBER NINETEENTH. Ike. at 6W O'CiOCK P. M.. a young red and white spotted COW, taken up frot the southeastern section. I order of the health odieer. SAMUEL EEN R1'EI!4 Pounduater. It Horses. Horses. S. bENSINGER, AUCTIONEER. WASHINGTON HOUSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR. No. 90 LOUISIANA AVENUE. IEREMITORY SALE OF HORSk-3 MARES AND MULES. Mr. El aWilson of PhIladelphia has consigad to us a car load of Horses, Mares and Males, to be sold within the bazaar TOMORROW (THURSDAY)) MOIINING, OCT0BER NINTIEENTH, at TEN O'CLOCK. This load consists of soma estra work sad driving Hores ad Mares and several first class Make. and we invite the attention of buyers to this sale. as in the lot will be stock to suit any kind of business. The whole lot will positively 1' sold, without limit or reserie. it S. BENSINGER, Anutloeser. L, S&MSTAG, AUCItONEER. DRY GOODs. BLANKETS. COMFORTS. MEN'S AND LADIES FURNISHING GOODS. HuS. JERY. TINWARE. .00 BISQUE FIGURES. LACE&. TRIMMINGS, &c.. &c., AT AUCTION. COMMENCING THURSDAY MORNING. OC TOBER 19. AT TXN A.M. AND $VEK P.31.. CONTINUING TWO DAYS ONLY. . These 80nds must pOsitively be sold -S make room for a large stock of toys. ALSO 1.000 yards at Silks, RIbbns. LIs Wraps and Cloaks, e.. ac. This Is a Positive Male. sellse S. SAMSTAG. Aucticnse. C. G. SLOAN h CO.. Amcto.ess, 1407 0 street. THE PERSONAL EFFECTS OP DR. W. ST. GEO. ELLIOTT, (110 HAS LATELY HAILED FOR ENGLAND) AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHIN OUR SALE ROOMS, 1407 0 ST.. THURSDAY. OCTOIER NIETELrNTH, IIS, AT TEN OCLOCK A. M., COMPULtlLXG. UPRIGHT PIANO BY OErZMANX'& S6.S OF LONDON, ANOTHEt by lEDg.g S uP CHICAOO. MAHOGANY AND UAK CHAMBER SUI1TS, DOIt;LE AND SIV(.LE IRON AND BRAis BEJSTEADa,, WITH ISERINGE AND HAIR MATTREK AL MADE IN IDNDON; MAP'LE -IIUA ' WASHSTAND. TABLE AND liAMS. OA FRAME PARLOII bUITE, GILT * TION CHAIWS. ODD CHAIRS AND - ERS. HANDIOMELY CAIIVED OAK- SIDE BOARD, WITH EXTENSION TABLE AND CHAIRS TO MATII, liU'4EHOLD SEW V1A MACHMINE OAK CAiSE' BEAUTIPU, OAK BOOK CA ~ CAB INtIil AND TA SLI, HALL IAC S. ROLL AND F.LAT 'IOV DERKN, SOME FINE 4U) MAIIOG ANY. JAPANESE ARMOR, TOIL!r SETS, HANDOME CULINA AND GLiW1 ORNAMEN'S, PICT'RW. COCKER', KITCHEN FURNITUuF. &c.. &c. ALSO FINE tot OF CARPETS AND RUOS IN 0OOV C'ONDITION. Terms cash. C. 0. SWAN - 400.. eHOM-dAdS Attk eM AM~ DOWLING A CO., A aue41. 613 E . m~w. VALUABLE IMPROYE) PROPERTY. 106 0 TRer SOUTHEAST, BENZ PART OP LOT 4. S0'ARE 90. We wlU offer for sale, en TIRSDAY, OfyTOBER NiNETMNTH. 18. AT IAI.F--AST VO~Lt P.M., em the premiss. the above property. which con Ie a nearly New 2-story and cellar pressed brick y-window dwalling, modern improvements. nearly oppseite a reseration. fronting on Pennsylvania avenue and Z street; alley back of We. Terms essy, and made known at time of sale. Deposit of $160 required at time of sale. eel4t RATCLPFEDARR & CO., Auctioneerm. AMIONEE'S SALE OF VERY DESIRABL2 *TOC OF DOORS. hASH, BLIND. MOULDINGU AND MILL WORK, AT AUCTION. By virtue of a deed of assignmeut glees to me and duty recorded. I will sell, by publiennetk at the ERTABLISHME NT OF WIL.IA1 X. 10ulTH & CO.. 510 NORTH CAPITOL KThrET, ON THURSDAY, OJCTOBER NINETERSTH, 16. BEINMNING AT TEN O'CACK A. M. the entite well selected stock of MILL WORK, such a's DOORS, BLINDS, FRAME. SASH. MOULDINGS, &e., &c. This stock I all fresh and stock gled., and this sale should command the attention of the trade and persons interested is building. Terms cash. HOWARD T. WOODR, oel3-d Assignee of W. E. Smith a (b. THOMAS DOWLING a CO., Anettoneers, 612 R st. amw. LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF 1IGH1-GRADE III CYCLES. WITH PNEUMATIC TIRE, &e., AT AUCTION. On THUllSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER NINE TEENTI, 11, at TEN O*'LOCK. within our se tion rooms, we ,hall scll a consignment of lIIghr grade Bicyeeme, with janeumatic tires &c~. N. B.-Now on exhibit Ion. THOMIAS DOWLING .4 CO., ac16-3t Antioheers, RA'TULIFFE, DARR A CO., AUCTIONEEltS.' TWO-STORY AND (EILAR BRtIICK HlOilE, 11X R65MMS AND BtATII, ALL MODERtN LMPIIOVE RENTS. NO. 241 EdLM STREET, LE DEV1T PAK YAUCTI4I. OnTHE 'RDAY AFTEltNOON, OCTOBER NINE TEENTH, at FIVE O'CLOCK, we will o~e fr ma)., Ia front of the preomises, LIOT I8, BLOCK 10, IN LE DRtOIT P'ARK. Improved by a well built 2-story- brick house, with all modern Impurements. Terms: One-third cash, the balance ta two years, 6 per cent per annawn. $200 depnsit "reeaiited at thettnme of sale. Terms to he complied with in feedysfrom the day of sale. othewrwlse the rih srsrved to resell the p rty at the rm and ht wof the defalti pu seafr e daysdveek-meat ersu resale is ~pnnewm paer sblde In Washingtos D.Ales vaeiya and recording at cost of the purchaser. ClbtTitle 00, certideate of title te -ay -21, lag. RATCLIFFE, DARJf h CO., eel3-dea____________Asettoapee. 0. 0. SLOAN A CO., Aactlenesru, 14010 at. hw. TR1USTW~i SALE OF' IMPROVED PROPERTY IN ANACOSTIA. By virtue et a ee-rtaio deed of trust dated Set, tember 19, 1850. and recorded in Liber No. 1729. ci tiutte fAe et seq..* of the ad records of the Dim trict of Columbia. for default In payment of tie iadebtedness mecured thereby, andl 12pon the wrItten request of the holder of said lndebtednus,. we wil oqer for sale, at pubice auctios, In front of the pmises, on THItItSD)AY, EN1~r0DER NINE ,~4H 1596. at FOUR 'C1.OCK P'.M.. the fol lowing described p*oprty situated In the conty of Waqhlton and District of Columhita. to wit: All of bi numbered one hondred and five (1061 In block ambreed two 42) in Oregon L. Green's sub divisom of the late George Barber's estate, being part of the tract of land called "Chicheter." as said subdivione is recorded in Liber No. S tcounty ambdivisioin), at folio 54. In tho oe' of the mur veyor of the said District. The grousk] above de aeribed has a frontage of 24 feet on Galan avenue. with a - uaforma depthi of 100 feet to ma sue, 20 feet wide. and Is Improved by a new frams dweil erns se sale: One-third of the purebase moesy to he paid in cash. and the balance int onue and two' years. with Interest at the rate of six (6) per cent. umn per annam. payable semi-ansal, the notes fer deferred purchase moaney to be secured by deed of trust a* the property, or all cash, at the nur chaser's option: or If desired, the purchaser mgay asnian an indebtedness payasble in monthly lnstall memts. A deposit of 6100 will be required at the timse of male. Alt conveyanctng and recordIng will be at the pnehascr's cost. The terms of sale must be csnled with In fifteen 4161 days from the day of male, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property, after fire 45) days' advertise ment. at the risk and cost of the purchaser ia do tault. JAME P. HOOD. Pacinec building. PHYNEIAS C. LOUNSBURY. Trustees. oe184.108.40.206.17&18__________ N. RUFUS GILL & 803S. A'ITORNEY 110 M'T l'AU&. uiTREET, RALTIMORE. MD1. PUBLIC SALE Of TALUTAI1L LAND) AT AND NEAR MtIRIKIRK STATION. WABIHIN'ITON BRANCH, BALTIMORE AND OH1IO IIAILRtOA, 15 MILES FROM WASINOYTON. I will sell. by publlic aucrtion, on the premIses, at Mirkirk station, Washington branth of the~ Bali more and Ohio railroad. T1HUR$IIAY. tN'TOBERt NINETEENTH. 18WJ3. at TWO i)'VLOCK P. M., a valukble tract of land, containing 312 acres, on east sIde of the railroad at Muirkirk station. In rnc(e tieorge's county. Situation high anal healthy andl well adapted to purpos of farming, and worthy the attention of investors. twelve months, with interest andi security, or all cash. A deposib of $300 cash will he reguired of parebasse at sale. N. RUFUB GILL. Assign'ee of Mortgmge. TAYLOR & CREAMER, Auctioneers. me28.oe2.5,220.127.116.11 ___________ DR. H EPBURN I8 THE ON4L1 PHYSICIAN IN TH1E CITY Praetilng Dermatologjy exclulsively. Erzerna, Tet ter. Aene. Pimples. Biackhe'ads. Freckles, Rted mess ofi the Nece and Che'ks. Birthmarkm. Moles. liuperfiuous Hair and all diseases of the Scia, Hair and Scalp skilfully and permta ely re Oflees~ in Merti's Buildiug, cow. P andl 11th mis. AUCTION SALYA FUVTRE WAYS. RATCLIFFE, DARI & C. ADCIONER. TRUTEEB' SALE OF FRAME SEORE AND DWarrELLNG CORNER OF C AND THMJ TEETH STRtEffd hI)VTHWEST. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded Is lIber No. 1520, folio 372 et seq.. 'oneat the load records for the District of Columbia and at the reqt of the party secured thereby, the under trustee will offer for male. by publie awe tHoW, in front of the premises, em hR[iAY. the TWEN Ty-EVNTH DAY OF* Ofl'UBER, A. D. 1293, at HALF-PAST 00" O'CLOCK P.M.. the followring described real estate, situate in the city of Washrnrom, District of Columbia, te wit: Al tacetal jL.. or parcel of land isilt o hz-own and oguish as an beiw twenty-four feet one and ane-half ines front an mouth C Street by the ful depth em 13th street west of original lot six (6) in square numbered two hundred and ninety-six (296). Beginning at the sthwtst corner of ami lot and rnmnng the-ar east em C street twenty-four feet one and one-half itaches (24 feet 1% Inehes). thence north sixty feet to lot sren (7), thence west twenty-four feet one and one-halt Inches (24 feet 1% inches) to 13th street. and thence south en said Street sily (" feet to the piace of beginming, teher with all tL inaprovenents, esaements, he taments and appurtenanese to the same belonging r IS a&W wise appertaining Terms of sale: The purchaser to assume a ded at trust for $3.000, due in l1. the itlafee ever and above this trust to be paid in cash. A depsit of $200 required upon acceptanre of bid. if the terms of Palo are not complied with Ia fteen days from the day of sale the trustees reserve the riebt to resell the property at tle rist and cast of the defaulting purchaser after gie days' ad Iertisemnent of such resale in some newspaper pub lahed In Washington, D.C. All conveyaneft and recording at the cOst of the purchaser. LEON TORINEl1. oel7-d&&JOHN A. UCiAR oe17-chlm~5s C, 9. SLOAN & CO.. Auets., 14010 Me acceomes to [atimer & aes) - CATALOGUE SALE Op IMPORTED BULB, E,. 84 "ROTTERDAM" AND "WERKENDAN," WITHIN OUR BALER ROOM, 1407 G 0TREET, PFIDAY, OCToBER T0VENTIETH, 1SM AT HALP-PART EWEN O'ACLOCK P.M., COMPRiINO TULIPS, HYACINTHS. NARCIMU1, JONQUILS, CROCUS', &c.. e. TERMS CASH. C. 0. SOAN & CO., 0c17-d&ds AUCTIONEEB1, UC"Aj bN BlrOTEI, Anctiomees,. TRUSTEES' BALE OF BRICK DWELLING, NO. 802 F STEET N(yRTHF.AST. By virtue of a eertain deed of trust to W5, bee Ig date July IT, 1889. and duly recorded July15 1, .n Liber 1412, folo 214 et meq., of the mand records of the District of Columbia, and at the relueet of the parties secured thereby, we, the undersigned trustees, will sell at public auction, is frDt Of thepremisen, on MONDAY, THE THIE TIXTlH DAY (W (MTOBElt, A. D. IMS, at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLACK P.M., all that certain piece or pareel of land and premises situate In the elty of Waskingtem,Distriet of Colemhiaband knwn and designated as and being all of let twenty six (2G) of Oliver Cox's otisivision (Book 10. page 172) In square eight hundred and thirty-tfur 430, togr-thqr with the inslrovements thereem, em sisting or a three-story brk-k dwelling house. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase to be paid In qua and the bane In thee sq lnatalimsnta. pdyable In one, two and three y with titerest at alx (6) per centam per ama, payable meml-anally, from day of sale. enr" DAimed f trust Upon the property sold, or ensh, at the option of the purchaer. A depsIt of $30 will be required of the parchai' at the time ef sale. All cseymnetag. recording and gotarial tees at the cat of the purchaser. Term of ale to be complied with within ten dais from day of ms, otherwise the trustess reserve the right to reael the property at the risk and cast at the defaulting rehaser. CONsrA.NTrN. i. WLAmON. ecl?-dAds Address 00 th at. Pw. IATCIFFE, DAiR & CO., AUC11ONiMI, TRt'WrME' SALE OF TWO VAIABLR A1lD INA.LO ON FOURTH STREET kEA iPA 140"rHEANT. r D B virtue of a certain deed of trust duty re eerd.d in Liber 1707. fall* 356, one of the hat .tecedsi of the District of Odumabha. and at the rVnt of the party secured thereby. we idanl in front of t remss, on SATU7RDAY, TWENTY-EG DAY Or O iTM IS. AT HALF-PART MtUli O'CLoCK P.hf., the fiowka land &ad premises situate In the city et Xbiagtes, District of Columbia. and Gew. tdas and bein part of original lets 7 ad - i sqeare 821. beglning on ohe west line at t 1 40 feet north from the southwest corner of said lot 7; thence 'east 85 feet; thence North 10 feet 4 Inehes; thence west 2 feet: thence north 20 feet 4 Inches: thence west feet to 4th street, and thence mouth 40 feet to the place of beglinag, tgether with all and singular the improve!ments, ways, easements. rl ht ,vleges and appur. tenances to the samne or to any way ap. pertainINg. Terins: All ceab over and abene an existing deed 'of trust of $1,90,0 due and psa eo before Feb-ruary I, 1mi6. with acerued iateret at 6 per cent until paid, to be assumed by the pee ebaser. A deposit of $100 reqdired at time of sale. Conveyaneug ad recordin at prebaser's eos. Terms of sale to he coimpolled with in afteen days, otherwise truetees reserve the right to ree the property at cost and risk of defaulg purchaser afe Tnye days' advertisement of muhrtae 1a souse newspaper published in Washl on. D. C. W. MOSY WILLIAM Trustee, 51T E at. N.w. JOHN H. WALTER. Trstee, Po7-d&ds 1001 F at. E.w. THOUAS DOWLING 4 00,. Auctinem 612 a at. m... TiRUTEE' RALE OF HANDSOwiE ---w*t2 Pite'P-itTY. BEING THE THREE-E TRY AND PPAsBRICK DWELLING, No. SU MAILA AVENUE, LE DROIT PARK. AT PUBLIC AUC. TION. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded in Liber 1715, flIo 421 et soq., one of the land records of the Dis;trict of Colutnhia. we will sell, in front of the prenme, an TaUMAIAY, THE THIRTY. F ~iST DAY OF OCTOBER- A.D. IWB, AT HALF PANT FOUR OU'CLCK P.3f.. the following describ ed land and lwenflius. Situate In the city of Wash. haton, In the Distrk-t of ColumbiA sad det nated as lot nuutwred twenty-two (=k In Seen .ette H. Payne's msubdivision of part of lock num bed nine (Ul, "la DrOit Park , as per lait e corded in Liber county No. 6, folio 122, of the records of the ahece of the surveyor of the Die trlct of tlumia, situate in the enenty ot Wash ltoo, In said Ilstrict. Triusof sale: Oine-third of the purchasemoe in cash, the balance in oms and two years, at pser cent per annum interest. payable setnl-anammlty and notes, secured by deed of tinut on the propmerty mohd, or all cash, at the otion at the perchamar A deposit of $2440 requird at the timme of se, Coureyncing and recordIn at the cost of the pur chaser. Terms of male to becomtplied with In tea days from date of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the prpey at the risk ad cost of defaulting praser, after Ave days' adrertisment of sucn resale ia somme aes papet published In Weshlntona, D. C. WALTER V. 3. B3ngy, B. BYED LEW3, ee1-dm . Trusteem. arCLIFFE DARR A CO., Aetones. T31t'VrBES' ALE OP" TWO THEE-'IORY, 3fAN. SARI) ROOF BRlICK DWE|LLINGS , 710~TI AND 712 N STriEET NORTHWiX' RSy virtue of a decree, made and entered bythe Supreme Court et the Dlstrict of OslismIn Fyalty cause No. 7424, whereta ParthenaaIye is complainant and Patrick flter and othere are defenants, we will efer for sale, at leae tin Ifot of th AreFls ER, 1 HALF-P'AST VOTR 'CWICK P.M., the following deerihed real -estate, in the city of Washington and District of Columbia, to wit: Phr of o nmbered (1(8 ten. in square numbered t4li fam hundred and twenty-feer, hegiameg tsr the samne at the northwest corner of said lot. and u a thence east aoE the line of N street northa feet and 4 Inches to the itse of a ten-foot aller ramning through the center et mid lot; thence mouth along said alley 86 feet; thece west 26 feet aind 4 incha; themec nor'th 54 feet to the piace et liia rsof male. prescribed the decree: One third of the purchase ranney to, pall Ia cash, and the halance in ane and two years, with taterest at 6 per est pair annuma, the deferred payessets to be seured by d~d of trust e the property maid, or all cash, at the option at the greaser. A de pesit of ($300) three hundred dollrs will he re I ued at the time the property is mold, and if th terms of sale are not compile with in tem days the trustees reserve the right to resell thea e. after dve days' advertish In 'The EvemIStar at the eat and risk of th defoalting pnaahhssr. All conveyancing an recordingatct of prchaser. 406 5th at. s~w. SAMM . milT, Tirectee, orgeoda 400 1*. ave. asw. GE. 0UNE Amettsnse, TRUSTEER' SALE 0O' FOUREE NEW BRICK HOUSES ITLATED ON THE CORNER OF ELEVElNrl AN'D F STREliTS NORTHEZAST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded in LUber 3EMi. fnllo 554 Ct seq., one eit the'land recorri for the District of Colslmbia, and at the request of the party secured theeb, we will oder sr sale. In front of the prmd on TUVAY, THE TWENTY-F'O'ItTH DAY OPOCT'OBER. A. D. 1803. AT HALF-PAgr' FOUR P.MI., the esiowlng described prprty, situate, lying and being In the city of Wabigten, D. C.. to wit: AU of lots nmbered froin thirty-Ire (MIS te fot-eight 145B, both inelusive, in Doam'a Grope udivie of lets In square numbered nIne hundred and sixty 495oj, as per plat in Llber 19, folIos 26, of the surveyor'a eonee of- the District of Columale together with improvements. &c., sold subject to a deed of tvms eeach lot to ecure the som of $.750 (except let 42, on wtieh the trust Is $3.00, and isterst; ex act amount will he stated at time of sale. Terms of sale cash. A. depoalt of $500 will he rerqaired at time of sale of' houses if said me a whele, er $1400 pee boumse If meld saately, Trus tees wIll determine at time et ml, as shal he deemed by them to be maost advantageos,whte th rprty shall be offered as a whole wterbpr cl.All conveyanlcing and reeordIng to ibe at pur chaser or purchasers' cat, and terms of sale to he caoplIed with In ten days from day of male, or de posits forfeited. 3)O E.MtNS oc9-eoad Trustees. WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., AUCTIONRBS IUIIINOS, OVERCOATS, TROUBERINGS AD OTrHER '00008D USUALLY 180U-Mr IN A FIUS-CLAsat AIND FASIONfABLE MER CHANT TAILOlIlNG ESTABLihHMENT OF THE VERY BE~l' QU'ALITY. On FIDlAY. OGr0ER TWENTIErlf. at ELEVEN OTILOCK A.M.. we shall sell, within our srahe roosi, corner 10th street and Peansyiva i avenue northwest, the stock of a well-kuown andl reliable merchant tsllor retired from business, without limnit or reserve. 'The atteutin of the trade and private buyers Is called to this male, me the stoek esahrates suh nsoe medmo eseed at the competition or an maetlon sale. Terms cash. WALTER B. WILLIAuS & CO., 0c17-3 uctineer. AUCTION SALES. PCTIU DAYS. TOMAS DOWLING & 00..- Amseoaserst, 612 3 Nt. a.w. iWWmW SAE TALUABIM D VED EWNn BEM A AND 3 6TIREE By virtue o a deed of trust, dated -te 10th day fton -3W et seq., me at the la in oft District of my ettom of the partee secured thereby, trasoe WMi sell. at public audi..o, :mTMDUAT. OCT38 TWENT 1$I1TH IaS. AT UA.P-MA A OT K O'ILCK P.M.. to beat ot the pctmium, bt e - b e3d bl. istqare no. 9W asca to & L. noun's invallm of btt In mid anre. Toonded In the asee et the server at teDistrict at Cellmb tla. to too 17 ag 121. fro i s IS feet I so 11th ettreet by a AWe t oW Muti foot, with Terms: Oethird ob aseI "C "''Oe m--... al.ee. ... telve smeme. with Isterest, secured by &-A 01 trust an the prprty said. or all cook at the optim ato the A a depost aof0 relid at tim oft male. Al coaveyacift and repedlag at cost of oel-dts RAT'IUF DARE & 00.. AUC1mIemSa T M'a MW OP A RA NIOME TRE XcCM DW G Holum NO. 20", BY virtue at a deed of imtto ve - 6M date' February, is.i. n..aito inuswr 1 e;oli 41, of- the and reorMd of the District et Ob inahis, the anderagnmed trustea win WIJ Ole aMtfrat h y M11 0, at HALP-PANT PAAIt O'CEACK P.M. to the t]D t anf hlabt.e ad beW tge neth' Ret fremt am 2t street by Or dpgih of 19 ra . Gratep, ballasoy. Jr.'s embdlifiiou t smftre W1. "S per plat r i the ore 01 the oreper et sid District. togethe with the 1"powreots, consitinlg of naveaumro d-we*l N.h yet t4rat 4,, -Sa for. er1.de oufr. 4Q3, with terest p1ae ale: February 1&3 101,1. TWAG O 419:.0 -11tof 11~m mmoy to be pai to okahA enda - I two ogml lsetall OWN at al and twefeomthi. to be Coited man sacud by deed of trim am proertym =a of r a A tm. M4-# will be aeq. who. bid As aerotcd Yhem ase to be myiUbd with is tom ddue bum &t TMAt D u e eeThe t it anvilmel t 11* of purchasr. A31 eaeeyom A recediag a "au asati .t. nww. WAJUM~ MM*UYte oel44.dsb 7W g.v mLw. -TUoMASDOWLDG & -... A.. tiooee. 012N 2L mtw. ZOWTrOMIS SALA TO ALg4~mrlO T-ALUARIAZ IPR 3Mm 912 0 o. .W.. AT AVU R. On TUMDAN. (ECTWUI TW1CT-PJV!Lrif low at I AL-PAiT Pot3 ocLom P.M.. we will sall i fremt of the soaien lot 36. lonare MT?. Col'Ing toot as D street b adetho O t.= oby a2w Tes of stt One-third co. halae anW 12 neam, With lateret. I"eMe Isr a deed of t ae the property W a eak at the ont Of the gA. A E r e t Ct gale. All Tera d Hre'' at ar leoser. c.t. 4. a.-As the peapity Is MeM by the iscete to clamsat etate t ti r will be a fPrmid aso. tualty to obtafm a hom. teO44 O . .. 3U1t.. wema. AtICT1O1 SALE 05 VALARAL3 IPIOVU) F Ta ON a t NEW 33383 AQUWNT AD Nt CAPITL 11et. WASHM010%. D. C. ay vtue o a ae d ome tru. dated Jauar 10. aecd I [ar Ne. 174b. sAo 44o. tm of the trnd 00.1m for the iastrict 4f Calumbti. the - 'asu t Wlam m.l 4au ut at FIT OCLOCK P. Md.. let moahoin t oty. ifloh 651 eet oghm sId. AB~s ehsipm a Me Wt an the 0t fnchol. and In Improv liverbubeak dim parteilly leboi. Web tome wal .a lt th which it etab w h11 e Wild uopmatv. Turns: (0.tium cam. helane IN in amd twolle metto the deflomio payuaa to hems toterest at the rate of0 6e teaor 6MV m. amnd to be asmca pper hom edL. AI5 s g at coa C of poao.. I .ter.. of ale We m. t . o.. pl with withIa Ete ay. the trueest wa to. the p""s at the et and d of the remE FGN. CAWM Qt. ew thle. u ON eee to ceta et 11.W. Mc . Ame. et1the Cabi. toskeis th SusL Ae swe i yer Ui a 5 e A tSaIA M OM. euyn he LE.a VS AUWIPO 3wath'4 ON tale NORTH M I31WM SIXT AND WEnW= .f ~ q~ 4'a.eaer n . S...vrte. KONAS PRZ)i3 %e 00 at virtuve ot a talsn deed fat. dated the lot day of Jsem. A. . M. d near" ama the tod ,ou f Oa DiTtr.tt o wi.a hea' ULMF DARE I's t*.. uwe winor at T~tC miraOFIttnD ea URsTA. STHEM NO. 10 CAfrRET 00THMT. We atlHALF-PAWe Fn 1rP. t.. the ---eA OC TOe &" etate. nAto 1Lthe O'C Wa.,toa Distatut of (phel&m $ar t ad ad. bult th a b ve twint. aleight 4) s. teath rte Waank gem Di- t lot moefs it Ine he same a t h at-ogitfe a m irdn tI 1%; the c s to a pubtle alloy, together with the ir .s.et< thosm. sbject. howver. U a . . t. . t. 4K4 (or feet fe (4 oebto the 11111110 etd o Cded o lahe dmto IStMbAn US. ii n e 1111 rouduu Oclto be latS ubto aetia Gar ethiG et . of thead e o the ClMa. to uee e mm 11 year.with with t S pr ou t at tvee ured bf the tet wier wbhh te. eeS, o dthe eas yu s nd b ew t. 3ATVLOF, DAER * 00.. AUCfXE tre wilan o th e ei ow iu~t pft V Oc-pay 'ToEUTM UIT d A F OU O(IDC rctor at o the pitruct Milu. Mart a be Am bored eleve As"l ti - ay mbe nvw Gametes athe pe e y will to te p t oh uiuC . ADst Wf de scltaqre S a fe . " te y a wt tditt owaskab be. the for th lfm at ae tot em treet tmre (14 he we Alsthe (ms. :6 1e6111the an ee andt (4)"*ohee: e'*i th'aomri m udand thim* te (at5 feentum Cret andum tarbe eaeIgt Ma ( er arl ( e at the pac f theg Ho MA m 110 C apau a fodeale the 4gat puli autia ae days and ete helen it meuni nd twae asse chesar.A smtO t did'lrSt ry vured et aneertata dead terbtu to e, ear-le withren afofmd.o the prr~tba m at the colet e the ebmt endau AUm 'emvo-e. at dsgaeda n he inat nhe tot B. tXJP C.arS C... .tamC.e. , 3, vit ae adeight h*nre amy thbyer i ,tmte wihte met tie, een roqmt te pa ca aend theey, threemu wIthe tmtem wi lsl er etm a. pOatl seLi-...M, PORea dayOCI of te fred loin decribe eras poe~.ntn the prity of l et Muctm Ilemtr e of themlla aurchaser anth oialud me and theithenotheff mlt of upteto e veam with whn ity dhy free o alet the etees Ar.rv the to he a atno te rmibkam wisthe 0n0k th baANTINE on.a Wtoyomuthto eeltad Adret 0 6thrnu o aum aal am. byOdeed 0 tEnt A thpr. clar. A dt of d turon ratecopts of Cs Ifrh omo fMl.reno cmied it. i Eilenay fomTHOA dyoDeWL INs o AUCION SALES 3hUvWvu DAEa n.AW01. Fie & "a. U. EAL WAOi A. 1C. m 1 3easu M C 1.43.. w Ab Ort. G. Siem. at al. am plaimmata &ad AUft IL fletms IS @ o" ___rmU te Heats & Us. am ---to Wk E f.l e.. .. . w-s. 3.8 ..4 th u2 Afe I. ..& "l| *sv*- -1|rW-- -- Coart et the Dbstwiet e.ot (suhei the mbr TIETH. A.D- 1l at FEYZ (LOIK P.M.. U2 oI Wt momuare,4 ame baau a" dztyde mo ad et -f lot mee'm"a se-e am - (ISM. I. Thooms Sm.ll*. .4ttio. le t. the District o Omhm. a p I ta of midel wtB be re.d .t the .e TIP prupprty bs ftertsal 3%l~g a k 4wetifbone e a N steit wes. s u-ca sadgm a" Omfbf spebs I e e t he p spa ty t.ma he& ft o . .treet. Andx TUs AT. lM TI-.UM. lINC VIE OWu A Pir .M.. In bust of pesiolom t . mbethty or fiteastie 2k InS4 ItM -w K. Id4 b Ia the mret.t Si . ae eq pe r it4et eq ... of art~ -t..e "",d " 1 t al e 1m the city af Wam s the fiet eq C. h1mbS. This prepsity in hop-ad by No. TO 4th , str |t ":--. " " - steear dmmb e = aes -am wtU ieebch eqn et -~se wh T . -& rae tias W..N.. to Co~m. th. balsms. to am a t . . .aw . 4 % th.. wu uw s pi miio e t l..st e at.raesT t t hre of a per fm r s -em o f b .. d ed at tiM O t. .P... r ml'.t" Dnat the p: ". th. - ser"|. ta m aumm' pan to 4 -e sale. NPDY di ee TT MM All tle m 3 neuie3 ei to he at the as e t, of nip to be romiled with ust~ me q s after thep powt is sono t hob ase tomplve r .. wUIA .O~UA. :l a .ea sdt the eh oS . " .t. Will r . s e nA m.m ht I ams .. ote .d m rd by. e 3t tuest thes. 3Eh..rA A A . 3 . %uolo. ByIrettte afa 44 et e L L116 shoOK. i . Kl e 5s. e. a . ntoo ft"4. athe eait ad.S atem. 34 . wq.ssr W. mmmImw nil aaj. Jeu m~a. o bats ad M'M'. DAIE CW MM&UM DGAA. TWO A A lier%'. OLV*e .it - -:t ((OK .M. the fa .mieh semi 3 emo ethe it t i al, miths am. a o mm o Use t moal the 460. If bi e"b..e ama le &oft ofe WICW mbIMiAt. INSle Twish 3343k te...et.b., -e.srib.. 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