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SUBURBAN NEWS
AWACOSTIA.
The Saturday Evening Reading Circle of
Hillsdale held the closing meeting for the
?toson on the 25th Instant at the residence
of M'.ss Fannie B. S. Johnson. This circle
has read history during the past seven
months and has done some very good work
in the study of Egyptian, Chaldean, Baby
lcr.lan and Greek history. *Xhough organ
ized for the purpose named Ubove, it has
also done some very good ch<=fo-ltable work.
During mid-winter a pound party was held
by means of which a large quantity of
food and clothing was distributed among
the deserving poor of the village. Later
on an evening spent socially netted $10,
which was donated to the Manassas Indus
trial School. The officers and members to
whom is due this successful work, and who
are among the best young people of the
village, are as follows: Mrs. Leila Pendle
ton, president; Miss Georgiana R. Simpson,
vice president; Miss Annie L. Phillips,
secretary; Miss Fannie B. S. Johnson, treas
urer; Mr. John S. George, Miss C. Roberta
George, Mr. Samuel Lucas, Mr. Joseph H.
Lucas, Mr. R. L. Pendleton, Mr. Scott, Mr.
R. L. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baker and their
niece. Miss Pearl Baker of Dodgeville,
Wis., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Dony of Anacostia for some
time past, and Dr. H. J. Pierce, Mr. Bak
er's family physician, who came on last
week to accompany Mr. Baker, who is in
bad health, left for their home in the west
yesterday.
The children of the Anacostia M. E.
Sunday school, who are to take special
parts in the Children's day exercises, will
have a "practice meeting" tonight at the
residence of Mr. H. A. Linger, on Harrison
street.
Electa Chapter of the Eastern Star held
a meeting at the Masonic Hall, Anacostia,
last night, and, as usual, there were many
visitors.
IIYATTSVILLE.
A highly interesting meeting of the Tues
day Club was held last evening at the resi
dence of the Misses Schoepf. The novel
ists of the day were discussed. Rev. Fa
ther Johnson read an original essay on
"False and True Realism." The follow
ing tableaux were presented; "The Boy
and the Tenor/* from "The Heavenly
Twins," Mr. Howard Moran and Miss May
Tricon; "The Old Maids of Cranford," Miss
es May Trlcou, Julia Houck, Emily and
Alice Schoepf; "The Egyptian," Mis3 Julia
Houck; "The Ralstons," Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Ralston; "The Reveries of a Bachelor,"
Mr. Lewis F. Holden and Miss Lola Trlcou.
Mrs. A. R. Holden read a selection from
"Three Men in a Boat," and Mrs. L. F.
Holden gave several recitations. The next
meeting of the club will be held two weeks
hence, at t&e residence of fhe Misses
Schoepf, and George Eliot's novel "Ro
mola" will be the subject for discussion.
The Citizens' Improvement Association
met last Monday night at the office of Jus
tice Carr. Mr. H. O. -Emmons occupied the
chair and Mr. W. H. Richardson acted as
secretary. The committee appointed at the
last meeting to consider the organization of
a new fire company was not ready to make
its final report, but it stated, however, that
the former members of the company were
ready to do active duty when called upon,
the only impediment in the committee's
way for permanent organization was prop
er'equipment. A committee of three, con
sisting of Major Tierney, Dr. Buck and
Mr. Richardson, was appointed to wait
upon the town commissioners and present
the views of the association respecting the
purchasing of- necessary fire apparatus. A
communication frcm D. G. Adelsberger,
civil engineer, was read, and his proposi
tion to act as a consulting engineer -con
cerning water works was accepted, the ex
pense to be paid by the association. Sev
eral new members were admitted.
HKKXDON.
The commencement exercises of Herndon
public schools were held in Central Hall
Friday evening before the largest audience
of the season. The exercises were opened
with prayer by Dr. Mason. This was fol
lowed by a welcome address by Master
Willie Itobey, six years old; a farce, "Play
ing School," by eight or ten scholars; reci
tation, by Birnia Dutton and John Mc
Keen; solo and quartet chorus, "The Ship
I Love," Alice Ridout, Mary Ball, Sadie
Garrett and Lula Fulton; recitation. "The
Settler's Story," Lottie Dyer; recitation,
"MinDt's Ledge," Annie Starr; recitation,
"Poor Little Joe," Bessie Groh; farce,
"Base Ball Enthusiast," Maurice Buck
wald, Claude Yount and Geo. Robey; reci
tation, "Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight,"
Alice Rideout; recitation, "Robert of Lin
coln," Gracie Moran; farce. "Recess
Speeches," Annie Starr, Susie Kephart,
Lula Fulton, Annie Schooley, Amy Burton,
Hunton Palmer, Maurice Buckwald, Irving
Moran, Geo. Bready and Harry Bixler;
recitation, "The Pauper's Death Bed,"
Mary Fulton; recitation, "The Ghost," Ruth
Dyer; music, "Happy Season of Commence
ment," music class. Medals were awarded
to Lottie Dyer, Thomas Buell and Mary
Fulton for scholarship, by the teacher,
Mr. Haines. The medal awarded to Miss
Lottie Dyer by the committee of Black
. friars Academy at the recent contest In
reading was presented by Mr. C. D. Choate',
a member of the committee. In an excel
lent speech. The medal was modestly re
ceived tjy Miss Dyer, amid enthusiastic ap
plause. The valedictory was delivered by
Miss Mary Ball, and was generously ap
plauded. After a "Farewell Greeting" by
the music class came the feature of the
entertainment, "Good Night Drill" by eight
little girls. Portia Moran, Mollle Oliver,
Rose Reed, Bertha Oliver, Gracie Kephart,
Ida Ball, Amy Burton and Nettle Bowers
appeared on the platform, equipped for
bed, in night dresses and caps, with bare
feet, each with a doll on her arm and a
lighted candle in her hand. Keeping step
to the music of the organ, they went
through various evolutions, without a miss,
stopping occasionally to dismiss one of
their number, until the last one, "with
curly head, blew out her candle and tottled
to bed." The applause at the close ex
ceeded all previous demonstrations.
There Is a general feeling of satisfaction
with the result of the.term of school just
closed, and much credit is given Mr. Haines
and Miss Dyer for their success as teachers.
Mrs. Rebecca Wiley, a lady in this vil
lage, ninety-lour years of age, a few days
since fell and broke her hip. It is thought
that she cannot survive many days.
FALLS CHURCH.
A meeting of tlje executive committee of
the Christian Endeavor Society was held
at the residence of Miss M. M. Wilson last
night and considerable business transacted.
Mr. John Hammond has moved into one
of his new houses on Broad street, West
End.
Rev. George W. Quick of Springfield,
Mass., who has been visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J.V.Quick, for several weeks,
returned home on Monday.
Rev. Joseph H. France, D.D., wife and
daughter of Johnstown, N. Y? have been
visiting Yale Rice and family. On Sun
day morning Dr. France preached at the
Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Douglass of
South Bethlehem, Pa., a sister of Mr. Rice,
arrived yesterday to make him a visit-.
Mr. Fitch, who at one time occupied the
house now owned by L. B. Parker, esq.,
has rented the house of Mr. Choate, on the
subdivision, and will move in next week.
Philadelphia HorMe Show.
The fourth annual equine beauty show
of the Philadelphia Horse Show Associa
tion opened yesterday at Wissahiekon
Heights. The exhibition, which is to con
tinue five days, will undoubtedly be the
most successful ever held In Philadelphia,
as never before has the list of entries been
so large. Thoroughbreds from all sections
of the country are present in abundance.
ExcmMon to Tolchentcr Beach Deco
ration Day via Pennsylvania Hail
road.
Special Excursion to Tolchester Beach,
under the auspices of the Knights of -St.
Peter, will leave Sixth Street Station at 8
a.m. Thursday, May 30th. Rate, 41.:** ?
Cio to Pen Mar on DecoratIon Day
with Columbia Commandery Rate, $1.75.
Train leaves B. and O. R. R. depot at 8:15
a.m. ?
Steamer Macale?ter to Marshall Hall and
Indian Head, Friday and Saturday even
ings at 0:30 o'clock.--Advt.
STRANGE NEW TORK JIIRDEB.
A Colored Butler Shot Down for No
Apparent Cause.
Two men rangr the bell at the basement
entrance of Matthew C. D. Borden's resi
dence, 25 West 50th street, New York, Mon
day afternoon during the storm.
Walter Ferdinand Harris, thirty-six years
old, colored, and employed as second butler,
responded, and, as he opened the door, was
shot and almost instantly killed.
The Borden house is a flve-story brown
stone front. Robert Bonner's house is
within a few dcors, and the Vanderbilts,
Chauncey M. Depew and many other
wealthy people live within a stone's throw.
M. C. D. Borden has authorized the chief
of police to offer a reward of $10,000 for
the arrest of the murderers.
The police are now building on the theory
that the men who killed Harris went to
the Borden home for purposes of robbery.
Two houses in the same neighborhood were
entered by burglars yesterday and within
a few blocks of the Borden house. Louis
Dettmeier, arrested yesterday afternoon
for entering the home of Jacob London, at
402 East 50th street, is undoubtedly the
same man, who, with a companion, entered
the house of Dr. W. P. Bissell, at 15 West
58th street, yesterday.
His description corresponds with that of
one of the men who it is believed killed
Harris. He is short, shabbily dressed and,
although only twenty-two years old, seems
to be an experienced burglar.
He and his companion, a sixteen-year-old
boy, named Edward Butt, were arrested
yesterday afternoon coming out of Lon
don's house. One of them carried a bag,
which, it was found, contained $150 worth
of clothing. An hour or so before two men
entered the house of Dr. Bissell, next door ;
to that of former Chief Byrnes.
They must have gained admission through |
the areaway by means of skeleton keys.
Mrs. Bissell saw them and screamed. They
ran out of the office in the rear. They had
opened all the drawers of the desks and
cabinets, but nothing at the time w;as found
to be missing.
OVER A HUNDRED PERISHED.
Later Detail* of the Wreck of the
Doui Pedro. I
Later details of the wreck of the French |
passenger steamer Dom Pedro, announced
in yesterday's dispatches to The Star, are
-being secured with difficulty, owing to the
remoteness of the locality where "the #sur
vivors were brought ashore and the scarc
ity of means of communication.
The number who have perished In the
disaster is now ascertained to be 103, and
only thirty-eight were saved. The sur- I
vivors have taken refuge In the little town |
of Villarcia, In the province of Pontevedra,
twenty miles north of the town of Vige.
The little town is located on the southern
shore of the Bay of Arosa and has a small
harbor for fishing vessels, the population
numbering less than 2,000 souls. The rocks i
o( Cobos, near Corrubedo, upon which the |
ill-fated vessel struck are around the head
land which forms the northern limit of
the Bay of Arosa. The gunboat MacMahon
has been sent to the scene to render such
assistance as is possible to the survivors.
The London Standard has a dispatch
from Madrid giving further details of the i
wreck, which says that official telegrams |
received there state that the Dom Pedro
had a valuable cargo and many Spanish
emigrants on board. She was wrecked on i
Cobos rocks, near Cape Corrubedo. All the |
officers except the captain were lost. Thir
ty-eight passengers and sailors were saved, |
chietly by people along the coast, who went |
out in their small boats and rescued the
survivors with much difficulty. Twenty
four of those have arrived at Carril and the
remainder are at Villarcia. They say the i
scene was horrible in the extreme. In the |
confusion many of the passengers jumped
overboard and tried to swim ashore.
GRADUATING MIDDIES.
Standing: of Thoiic Who Will Go Into
the Navy.
The standing of the six-year graduates
of the Naval Academy, from whom assign
ments will be made In the navy, is as fol
lows:
Line Division.
1. Powelson, New York.
2. Montgomery, Kentucky.
3. Elder, Massachusetts.
4. Clark, Rhode Island.
5. Ward, New Jersey.
6. Berry, Illinois.
7. Bissett, Kentucky.
8. Campbell, Indiana.
0. Lang, Pennsylvania.
10. Berry, California.
11. Crosley, Connecticut.
12. Gise, Ohio.
13. Wilson, Illinois.
14. Pearson, Utah.
15. Jackson, Pennsylvania.
10. Cook, Kansas.
17. Chadwick, Minnesota.
18. Magill, Pennsylvania.
10. Doddridge, West Virginia.
20. Olmstead, Oregon.
21. Feriel, Texas.
22. LTpham, Montana.
23. Stlcht. New York.
24. Douglass, Georgia.
25. McKethan, North Carolina.
26. Pratt, Illinois.
27. Powell, New Jersey.
28. Pollock, Indiana.
20. Ryan, New York.
30. Holsinger, Kansas.
31. Morriss, Missouri.
32. Wells, Pennsylvania.
33. Proctor, Kentucky.
34. Potter, New Jersey.
Eight of the class are physically disquali
fied, and one cadet (Carver) did not report
for examination.
In the engineer division the standing of
those taking the examination was:
1. Peugnet, Missouri.
2. Price, Iowa.
3. French, Minnesota.
4. Read, Ohio.
5. Brady, Pennslyvania.
Cadet Nutting of Kansas, who stands
No. 1 in the engineer division, was not re
quired to take the examination with the
rest, but will be assigned either to the
construction or engineer corps.
The diplomas to the six-year graduates
will be forwarded to their homes.
Oscar Schmidt of Indiana, having had
his physical disability waived, was ad
mitted as a naval cadet. He had been re
jected by the medical board.
????.
BAPTIST MISSIONS.
Eighty-First Anniversary of the So
ciety** Founding?.
The American Baptist Missionary Union
began Its eighty-first anniversary at Sara
toga, N. Y.t yesterday morning with a full
house. The president, A. H. Strong, D. D.,
of Rochester Theological Seipinary occu
pied the chair.
President Strong took for the subject of
his presidential address: "The Holy Spirit
the Great Power in Missions."
Rev. H. C. Mabie, D. D., home secretary,
reported for his department, giving an en
couraging view of the finances and ex
pressing the hope that further retrench
ment will not be necessary.
Rev. S. W. Duncan, D. D., foreign secre
tary, made a full report and presented the
printed form. He made honorable and
grateful reference to the co-operative ser
vices of the women's societies, and said
that the Rangoon Baptist College had gain
ed prominence by the increased number of
students and by large numbers of Chris
tians among them, and that increased fa
cilities are needed.
The treasurer, E. P. Coleman of Boston,
presented his report, showing total receipts
for the year to be $5(28,<405.315; expenditures,
$."'?4.1l?'.).J?4, indebtedness, $180,050.82, less by
$13,130.08 than that of one year ago. The
society has Invested means amounting to
and property in foreign mission
lands worth $7<>0,0UU. Total assets fully
$l,2?i0,000.
After a lcr.g service in the afternoon a
memorial meeting for the dead was held.
An extended discussion followed the re
port of the committee on relations of wo
men's societies to the missionary union.
In substance the recommendations were
that a fair proportion of women be elected
to Uie board of managers; that in the re
vised constitution there be added a clause
that not less than one-fifth of said board
shall be women, and there shall be added
the presidents of the four women's soci
eties; also authorizing every Baptist church
to fcrin a missionary committee of men
and women to educate people in regard to
missions, to disseminate information and
collect money for missions. i
The Women's Baptist Home Mission So
ciety adopted the report of the executive
board. The following officers were elected:
President, Mrs. J. N. Crouse, Chicago; cor
responding secretary. Miss M. G. Burdette,
Chicago; treasurer, Mrs. A. H. Barber,
Chicago; recording secretary, Mrs. W. E.
Wormley; vice presidents were also elected
for twenty-three states and territories.
Savages of a Gem.
There is scarcely any disorder of the 2,200 classi
fied diseases that Is more universal than catarrh.
It not only exists among people otherwise well and
healthy, but L co-exists with almost all chronic
diseases. We know "t to be a perm disease, and
one that only the very robust can withstand.
When from any cause, however, the system be
comes weakened it is Impossible for the person so
alPicted to withstand the ravages of this terrible
and relentless germ. It begins in the delicate mem
branes behind the nose, causing it to change in
color and in character. It becomes thick, and a
disagreeable discharge is thrown off or falls back
or drij>s on the throat behind. As it progresses it
seises the deeper and tougher tissues and even the
nasal bones themselves. In this stage the odor is
offensive ami it is known as ozena. Dr. It. A.
Walker of 1411 Pennsylvania avenue, this city, has
been remarkably successful in the treatment of this
malady, because he does not fall to note the dis
ease.
Dr. Walker has cured a large numl>er of cases
of catarrh and has many testimonials to that
effect. Among them Is Mr. Wm. Moore, who re
sides at 118 M street southeast, and who is at
present employed on the new Congressional Library.
Mr. Moore says:
"Before I came to Dr. Walker my head had been
stopped up for over a year. I had not teen a time
for months that one nostril or the other was not
clogged up. My throat was constantly dry and
hurt me to swallow. My head is now entirely free
and clear and all pain and disagreeable symptoms
have left me.
(Signed) "WM. MOORE.
Dr. It. A. Walker, 1411 Pennsylvania avenue a^w..
can be consulted daily from ? a.m. td 5 p.m., 7 to
8 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday evenings, and
Sundays, 10 to 12. - my2U
ROW AMOXG COWBOYS.
Another Account of Recent Fighting
In Colorado.
A spccial from Wolcott, Col., publishes a
rather different aspect of the reported bat
tle near there Sunday. Instead of grow
in g out cf the hatred between the cattle
men and the sheep men, it jiow appears to
have been simply a row among some cow
boys. The story is a3 follows:
The fight originated in a cow camp, on
the Sheep Horn, about twenty-five miles
from Wolcott, where a branding round-up
had been in progress for the last few
days. Sunday morning some unpleasant re
marks were passed between Harvey Dice
and Jack Mather, which resulted in a bat
tle with quirts, Mather being knocked down
several times. Tom Dice, who 'came to the
assistance of his brother, was met by J. T.
Win slow, and they soon engaged in a mill
in turn. Wiuslow came to the aid of his
father. In the fight all the men sustained
serious cuts. It is claimed that Tom Dice
did all the cutting. He also received sev
eral flesh wounds. Physicians in attend
ance anticipate no fatalities unless un
favorable conditions develop.
SILVER 3IEN I* KANSAS.
Appeal of the Democratic State Cen
tral Committee.
The democratic state central committee
of Kansas will meet at Topeka Wednesday
to issue an address to the people. It will
declare for the free coinage of silver and
denounce the action of the Supreme Court
in the income tax matter. The address
will appeal to all friends of silver to join
with the democrats in the great battle for
the restcration of the white metal next
year.
It is also stated that the committee will
adjourn for two months to await the
action of the silverites, whose state con
vention will be held in July.
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTEKXOOX.
RATCLIFI'E. DAlUt & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING
LOTS ON I STREET BETWEEN FOUR-A.\D-A
I1ALF AND SIXTH STREETS SOUTHWEST.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. MAY TWENTY
NINTH, AT FIVE O'CLOCK, we will offer for
sale, in front of the premises, part of lot 10 and
h?V in squaru 490, fronting on 1 street south
west, and running hack to large alley.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, the balance in
one and two years, at 0 per cent, secured by deed
of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser. A deposit of 5100 requir
ed on each lot at the time of sale. All couvey
ancing and recording at the purchaser's cost.
mylil-d&ds ItATClJFFE. DARK At CO.. Aucts.
THOMAS DOWLLNQ * CO., ALCTIONEERS,
012 E st. n.w.
On WEDNESDAY, MAY TWENTY-NINTH, 1S95,
AT FIVE O'CLOCK, I will offer for sale, in front
of the premises, lot 50 aud part of 40, in square
724, fronting 42 feet C inches on C street aud run
ning back to a 30-ft. alley, improved by a com
fortable frame dwelling house ol eight rooms, No.
12o C street northeast.
Terms: One-fourth cash, balance on long time,
to suit purchaser, with interest, sccured by a deed
of trust on the property sold. A deposit of $100
required at time of sale. All couveyauciug aud re
coidiug at purchaser's cost.
For examination of premises call after 4 p.m.
HtWIN B. LINTON, Attoruey-at-Loiw,
mylG-d&ds 1407 F st. n.w.
FtTIRE DAYS.
W. B. WILLIAMS & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
AUCTION SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.
We will sell, by public auction, at the More of
Sleincm Bios., Ili32 Pa. ave. n.w., WEDNESDAY,
JUNE FIFTH, 1805, COMMENCING AT TEN
O'CLtJCK A.M., all unredeemed pledges, from No.
5,000 to 12,MR), U|MJU which the interest is due one
year or more, sale ;o consist of Gold, Silver and
Metal Watches, Chains, Charms, lA>ckets, Sleeve
Buttons, l'ins. Studs, Earrings, Bracelets, Plain
und Set Rings, Diamond Rings, l'ins and Studs and
Match Boxes, Guns and Opera Glasses.
Holders of tickets wilt please take notice.
iuy2o-Gt STEIN EM BROS., Pawnbrokers.
LATIMER, MORGAN * CO.. AUCTIONEEltiT"
liil) und 1231 G st.
VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY, NO. 3250 M
STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE MARKET,
GlflOUUKTOWN. D. C., AT AUCHON.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE FIFTH,
1M?5, AT FIVE O'CLOCK, iu front of the prem
ises, we shall sell part lot 17, in square 37, of
old Georgetown, lti1*. feet front on the north side
of Bridge or M street by a depth of 120 feet,
being the property occupied l>y the lute John T.
Core for nearly forty years as a cigar aud tobacco
business.
Terms: One-third cash, balance In one and two
years, with notes bearing interest und secured by
a deed of trust. All conveyancing, etc., at cost of
put chaser. $200 deposit required at time of sale.
my20;d&ds
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
BEAUTIFUL PLANTS IN FLOWER, FROM JOHN
SAUL'S NURSERY, VIZ.: AZALEAS, CLNEltA
ltlAS, ROSES, ETC.; ALSO PALMS AND
OTHER DECORATIVE PLANTS.
On FRIDAY, MAY THIRTY -FIRST, AT ELEVEN
O'CLOCK A.M., we will sell, within our sales
roc m, comer loth and Pennsylvania avenue nortli
my20-2t WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Aucts.
RATCLU'FE, DAltlt & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
VALUABLE UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE, ON
HARVARD STREET NEXT TO THE CORNER
OF THIRTEENTH STREET, COLUMBIA
HEIGHTS, BY AUCTION.
On MONDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF JUNE, AT
SIX O'CLOCK P.M., In front of the premises.
LOT 0, BLOCK 23, COLUMBIA HEIGHTS,
Fronting 50 feet on Harvard street next to the
corner of 13th.
Terms: Liberal, and mnde known at sale. A
deposit of $200 required nt the time of sale.
RATCL1FFE, DAltR & CO.,
my29-d&ds Auctioneers.
DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF FRAME DWELLING AND
LOT ON NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE BE
TWEEN H AND I STREETS NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded in
Liber 1710, folio 430 et seq., of the land records of
the District of Columbia, we shall sell. In front of
the premises, on TUESDAY, THE ELEVENTH
DAY OF JUNE, A.D. 1805, AT FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M., the following described land and premises,
with the improvements, easements, rights, wars
and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate aud
lying iu the city of Washington, in the District of
Columhlu, viz.: All the southern thirty-four t34)
leet nine (0) Inches front on New Hampshire ave
nue, by the full depth of original lot numbered six
(0), in square numbered twenty-nine (29), improved
by a frame dwelling.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in one and two
years, at the rate of six f?er cent per annum inter
est, payable semi-annually, to be secured by a deed
of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 required
at the time of the sale. Conveyancing, &c., at the
cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be com
plied with iu teu days from date of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after
five days' advertisement of such resale In some
newspaper published in Washington. 1>. C.
ALBERT A. WILSON,
CLEMENT W. HOWARD,
my20-d&ds Trustees.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS At CO., AUCTIONEERS.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
On SATURDAY. JUNE FIRST. 181*5, COMMENC
ING AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., I shall seH, at the
auctiou rooms of Walter B. Williams & Co., 10th
aud I> streets, lot of Household Goods, stond In
the name of Mrs. M. B. Scherlden, August 5,
1S03; M. C. Hall, June 0, 1SSS, to pay storage
charges.
uiy20-31 P. CHERRY.
C. G. SLOAN A: CO.. AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST.
(Successors to Latimer At Sloan.;
By virtue of a chattel deed of trust to us, duly
recorded In Liber 1740, folio 220 et seq., of the laud
records of the District of Columbia, and at the re
quest of the party secured thereby, we will sell, at
public suction, at the sales rooms of C. G. Sloan
& Company. No. 1407 "G" street northwest, on
SATURDAY, JUNE FIRST, 1M*5, at TWELVE
O'CLOCK M., the property described in said deed
of trust, to wit:
ONE FIVE-GLASS LANDAU CARRIAGE,
Built by James Gocld Company, lined with green
cloth.
TERMS CASH.
MILLS DEAN.
IIENRV E. HINDMARSII.
iuy2Ti,25,27,23,21 Trustees.
AUCTION SALES.
tomorrow.
Horses. Horses.
? AT TUBUC AUCTION.
8. BENSINUER, auctioneer.
JTHUltSDAY> MORNING, mat
at TBN O'CLOCK, WILL HE SOLl>
:'" N THE BAZAAR. No. (HO LA. AVE., FOIC
UAN & MeHKNKY OF FREDERICK
A CARLOAD OF HOUSES AND
,?<!->.SJ?ITNW or EXTRA VOUNU.
5SEJ,D WORKERS AND FINE DRIVERS, ilAVlS
i-frfr*-,,.S^f,'IX.'rEI) WITH CARE FROM FAltM
Sf?r>'}...?.I.'E1'EUI0K COUNTY, AND WILL BE
| SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.
ALSO ?
iIi?T...APK.IVED FROM THE STATE OF IOWA
fK\WtAL YOUNG. SOUND DRAFT AND DRIVING
mARES, TO BE SOLD WITHOUT
I Kiftr.KV L.
CALL THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF
BUYERS TO THIS PEREMPTORY SALE.
S. BENS1NGER. AUCTIONEER.
U. F. KNOX, AUCTIONEER. i
FOR SALE, AT PCBUC AUCTION, AT ALEX
. ANDRIA, VA.
X?loaWe piece of property known as
the BRENT MANSION AND GROUNDS, fronting
246 feet 10 .nches on Prince street and running I
back on Patrick and Henry streets 142 feet 7 j
Inches, with Improvements, consisting of the
MANSION on Prince street and two BRICK
DWELLINGS on Patrick street, will be offered at
LU.bi1C,^?. ^ THURSDAY, THE THIRTIETH
-A* Ok MAY, at TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON, in I
front of the premises.
Terms: Out-fourth cash, balance lb easy pay
mcu!?; , ARTHUR HERBERT, 1
sp20-eotom30 Trustee tor Mrs. E. C. U?U.
FITIRE DAI'S.
C. G. SLOAN 4- CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST
(Succenora to Latimer & Sloan.)
T" OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED
REAL ESTATE NEAR SOLDIERS' HOME.
^?KUe, of ft*?" deeds of trust, duted the
nineteenth day of October, l?l>4. ami duly recorded
1JtJ0? *?Hoe 131. 12S, 125, 122, 118
J>f th aud 13-4 ?' the laIul records
?i ^ .c of Columbia, and at request of tne
party secured thereby, we will sell, ait public auc- ?
I'iVi ? trrifrou ?2,premises, on TUESDAY, JUNE
18,l>5' ,.at F1VE O'CLOCK P.M.,
# \f' dV1criheU real estate, situate in the
??i u t, xJ*fh1ln?t?>. District aforesaid, known
a?,UIJd being lots numbered 31,
32, 33. 34, 35, 36, 37, 3S, 3D, 40 and 41, In Videt
to s subdivision of lots ten, eleven and twelve, in !
?8.8 ,S1lb<Hv^lon ?r I^rt of "Pleasant Plains," %s
fi1 i, V # ??8 subdivision is recorded in County
District lile 8Urvei*or ti office of said
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the purchase money
in cash, balance upon easy terms, made known at
time of sale. A deposit of $25 required ou each lot
GEORGE M. EMMERICH.
D. S. MACKALL,
my24-d&ds Trustees.
RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO., AI'CTIONEEUS
U20 PA. AVE. N.W.
n?iR a0F WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
OIL PALMINGS, GOLD LEAF PRATIES, JEW
ELRY, Ac., BY AUCTION.
I nder and by virtue of a collateral note given
to us, and in default in the payment thereof, we
will sell, by public uuction, within our rooms, 020
Pennsylvania avenue northwest, on SATURDAY
D6Y JUXE' A D AT TEN
O CLOCK. A. M., the collateral attached to sail
note, consisting of
OH* PAINTINGS, JEWELRY. BOOKS, MUSIC
i? .. ?' ^old leaf FRAMES, &c.
Parties interested will please take .notice.
Terms cash.
my2S-d&dba RATCLIFFE. PARR A CO.. Aucts.
LATIMER, MORGAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS?"
1221) and 1231 G st.
_ "Fmraitiure."
Entire contemts of resi
dence, 11222 I street north
west, will be sold at auc=
tiora Friday, Jlay 31, 1:895,
commencing at no O'Ciock.
? COMPRISING?
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF WELL-KEPT
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS,
my 28-J t ETC.
C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
1407 G ST. N.W.
(Successors to Latimer & Sloan.)
TRUSTEE S SALE OF BAB ROOM LICENSE, FIX
TURES, STOCK, ETC.
virtue or the iH?wer contained in a deed of
in? ?.v,mlary lt' lsy4? un<1 recorded
!? , (f , V ^ ' J . P. * etc ' of the land records of
the District of Columbia, at the request of the
Pf-rty securtd thereby. 1 will sell, at public auc
5 "n' l'ie premises, on SATURDAY, THE FIRST
OF Jl NE. BEGINNING AT TEN A.M., all the
stock, furniture, paraphtruulla, good-will, license,
&e., now in and upon the premises known as SOI
l> street northwest.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in six and twelve
luouhs, or all cash. Dep.*lt of f KK> required ou
day of sale. CenTeyaueing and recording at cost
of purchaser. A good chance to start in business
. . c. A. M. WELLS, Trustee.
CP ..IBS Sc X\ ELLS, Attorneys. m\*2S-4t
Joseph Brothers <& CoT, ~
Auctioneers, Go7 La. nve.
Big Saie of Furniture,
F-R-I-D-A-Y-.
On riUDAY, MAY '1HIKTY-FIRST, at TEN A.
,i ? ? u{' shall offer, within our sales rooms, at nub
ile sale. au unusually choice assortment of Used
anu lnu-ed Household Effects, embracing Parlor
Sets. Bnl Room .vts, 0.1.I Pieces, Dining Tables.
< hairs, LariK ls, Rugs, Mattlllgs, Desks, Bureaus
Rockers. Wash.stan.ls, Sldebuurds. Mirrors, Lounscs
MattrebM'S, BetMlng, Crockery, etc., all to Ik1
c loses! out FRIDAY. ' 1
"ly^-tH I'll AS. WEEKS. SALESMAN.
THOMAS DOWLING, AI ITTIONEER
012 F ST. N.W.
IMPROVED PROPERTY ON O STREET P.E
TWEEN 21. A.M> .ID STREETS SOUTIIW1ST
AMI ON MROINIA AVENUE BETWEEN 1ST
TION STKEETS SOUTHWEST. AT AuS
^On Tili R^AY. JUNE SIXTH. 1895, AT FIVE
' L V. . ; wl" Ml1' ln fr"nI or the r.rem
! west of lut n, iu square 5S7, front
ing JO feet on t. street, by a ilcpth of 122 feet 4
Inches to a iW-foot paved alley, iuiprov.-d by a
t?o-story dwelling on G strwt, with two 4-room
dwell lugs ou alley in rear, being premises No 214
. ?Ue.ot tliwest. ALSO, SAME DAY ' AT
HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., we wiU ?U,
In front of the premises, the east half of lot 1U, Iu
square 584, fronting atswit 15 feet on Virginia ave
nue, by a dep.h of about 112 feet to a S>-f!?t at
lej, lmprov.-d by a two-story brick dwelling ou
Virginia avenue, with a two-story brick dwelling
on alley ln rear of premises, known as US Yir
glnia avenue southwest.
Terms: One-lialf cash, balance ln one ami two
years, with Interest, secured by deed of trust on
the property sold, or all cosh, ut the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $luo required on each at
time of sale. Conveyancing and recording at cost
of purchaser. m^S-dJid-s
JOSEPH BROS. & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
Auction Sale off Fine
Fixtures, &c.,
=0=N=D=A=Y,
AMINISTRATOIl'S SALE OF THE GOODS, CIIAT
TELS AND PEBSONAL ESTATE OF PATBICK
WARD, DECEASED.
ON MONDAY, JUNE THIRD. A D 18A5
COMMENCING AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A M
6e!1 hl? *tore and late residence;
1213 7th street northwest, the goods, chattels ami
personal estate of Patrick Ward, deceased, con
sisting of the valuable stock of whisky, brandv
gin, wines ami other liquors, cigars and tolncco,'
show case,-desks, safe, beer pump, tables, water
cooler, store tixturet, two splendid bars, platform
scales, cash register and office and store furniture
HARNE^INE ii0itSE' fck'UGY AND SET OF
Also the household and kilt hen furniture of the
usual assortment in a well furnished house.
The al>ove will lirst be offered as an entirety
and if not disposed of that wuy, will immediately
be sold iu detail. Terms of sale, cash.
PATRICK J. _MONAllAN, Administrator.
CHAS. WEEKS, Salesman. my25-71
THOMAS DOWLING, AUCTIONEER,
012 E st. n.w.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY", No. ?}21 II
STREET SOUTHWEST, AT AUCTION.
Ou TUESDAY, JUNE 'FOURTH, 1SU5, at FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M., I wiil sell, In front of *he prem
ise's, part of lot 4, in square 408, front log 14 feet
ti Inches on 11 street by a depth of 122 feet 4
Inches to a 30-foot-wide alley, improved by a two
story and basement brick dwelling, coutaiuinir six
rooms.
Terms: Two-thirds (2-S) cash, balance in one and
two years, with Interest, secured by a deed of trust
on the property, or ull cash, at the option of the tmr
ehaser. A d?'i?osit of $100 required at-*he time of
sale. Ail conveyancing and recording at cost
purchaser. mv25-d&ds
THOMAS DOWLING, AUCTIONEER
012 E st. n.w. '
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVFn
REAL ESTATE, ON S AND V STREETS NEAR
FIRST AND SECOND STREETS, AND SOUTH
EAST CORNER OF SECOND AND V STREPTS
SOUTHWEST. . Aa
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated the second dav
of November, 181U, and duly recorded in Liber No
1025, folio 2S8 et seq.. oue of the land re *or?ls* of
the District of Columoia, and at the retnicst of the
parties secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell, in front of the respective premiS? ?
FRIDAY, JL'NE SEVENTH, ISM, AT FIVE
O'CLOCK P.M., lot two (2), in squure 005; lot six
(0.?, in square 011; lot nine <?>), iu square 013 con
taining ie,2U3 square feet or ground, more or less
Terms: Sold subject to a deed of trust of *000*
with Interest from September 3, 18!>2, over ami
above the trust, one-half cash, balance in one and
two yeais, with interest secured by deed of trust
on the property sold, or all rash, at the option of
tile purehaser. A deposit of $5o required at time
of sale on each lot. Conveyancing and recording at
cost of purchaser. Terms to be complied with
in ten days, or the trustees reserve the right to
resell the property, at risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser. 6 ?
ALLEN C. CLARK.
? . JOHN E. BENTON,
my25-dids Trustee.,
AUCTION SALES.
FlTlilU DAYS.
RATCLIFFE, DARR A CO., AUCTIONEERS.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE BUIIDING
LOT ON SECOND STREET BETWEEN MASS A
CHUSETTS AVENUE AND E STREET NORTH
EAST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed in equity cause
No. 14550, docket 35, John Horning et al. vs. Mar
garet Ryder et al., the undersigned trustees will
offer for sale, by public auction, in front of the
premises, on MONDAY, THE TENTH DAY OF
JUNE, A.D. 1805. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the
following described real estate, situate in the city
of Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: Part
of original lot numt>ered four (4). in square seven
hundred and llfty-tive (755), in the city of Wash
ington, in said District, described as follows: Be
ginning at a point on the east line of Second street
distant twentv feet south from the northwest cor
ner of said lot, and running thence south aloug
said street sixteen (10) feet, and thence east with
that width one hundred and twenty-eight feet and
six inches (128 feet 0 inches) to the rear line of
said lot, together with all the rights, Ac.
Terms, as prescribed by the decree are: One
third of the purchase money in cash, the residue in
two equal installments at one and two years, with
interest from the day of sale at six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, secured by deed of
trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the oj>
tlon of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 required
upon acceptance of bid. If the terms of sale are
not complied with in fifteen days from the day of
sale the trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such
I resule in some newspaper published in Washington,
D. C. All conveyancing and recording at the cost
of the purchaser.
WM. H. SUOLES, Trustee,
410 5th st. n.w.
MILLS DEAN, Trustee,
my28-d&ds 340 Indiana ave. n.w.
RATCLLFFE, DARR * CO., A UCTION EEltS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VERY DESIRABLE FRAME
DWELLING, EIGHT ROOMS; NEAR ELECTRIC
AND STEAM CARS; NEAR POST OFFICE,
TAKOMA PARK, D. C.
By virtue of u deed of trust, duly recorded in
Liber No. 1014, at folio 251 et 8eq., one of the
land records of the District of Columbia, and at
the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will offer for sale, Ity public I
| auction, in front of the premises, on SATURDAY,
! THE EIGHTH DAY OF JUNE. A.D. 1805, AT
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land
und premises, situate on Carroll avenue, Takoma
I Park, in the District of Columbia, and designated !
| as lot thirty-eight (38), in John S. Swoimstedt and
T. C. Thomson's recorded subdivision of lot fourteen
, <14). in block four (4), Takoma Park, together with
I all the Improvements, rights, Ac.
Terms of sale: Three tnousaud ($3,000) dollars
in three years, with interest at rate of six per
I cent from day of sale, payable semi-annually, se
cured by deed of trust on tl.e property sold, bal
| ance of purchase money in cash, or all cush, at the j
option ot the purchaser. A deposit of $200 re- I
I quirtd upon acceptance of bid. If the terms of sale
are not coinpll&l with in fifteen days from the
day of sale, the trustees reserve the right to re- I
sell the property, at the risk and cost of the de
I faulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper published In
Washington, I). C. All conveyancing and record -
i lug at the cost of the purchaser. I
JOHN O. JOHNSON.
ROBERT E. BRADLEY,
I my2K-d&ds' Trustees.
RATCLIFFE, DARR A CO., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF FIVE-ROOM FRAME
HOUSE, NO. 702 l&Tii STREET NORTH
EAST. .
By virtue of r. deed cf trust, duly recorded In
: liber No. 1012, at folio 150 et seq., one of the I
land records for the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will offer for sale, by public
auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY,
TWENTY-SEN ENTH DAY OF MAY, A.D. 1805. AT
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following
described land and premises, situate in the county
Of Washington, District of Columbia, and designat
ed as subiot numbered forty-nine (40). in Walter
llieston's sul<divislou of lots 1. 15, and parts of 2,
3, 14, 10, 17 and 11$, in block uumoered twenty-two
(22), of Roseda'e and Islierwood, into lots nine
teen (19) to fifty-six (50), inclusive, as said sub
division is recorded In the surveyor's office of the
District of Columbia, In book County 8. page 33.
with the right of way over the rear three (3) feet
? t sublets iortv-two (42) to fifty (50), inclusive, to
be used as an alley in common by the owners of
said lots, together with the Improvements, rights,
&c.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid iu cash, the residue in two etyial in
stallments, Ht one and two years, and to bear In
terest from the day of sale at the rate of six per
cent per anuum, payable semi-annually, secured
by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $lou
required upou acceptance of bid. If the terms of
sale are not complied with iu 15 days from the
day of sal? the trustees reserve the right to resell
the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser after 5 days' advertisement of such re
sale In some newspaper published in Washington,
D.C. All couveyaucing and recording at the pur
chaser's cost.
EDWARD S. WESCOTT,
CHARLES P. WILLIAMS,
myl6-d&ds Trustees.
BJTTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED, ON Ac
count of the rain, until F1UDAY, THIRTY-FIRST .
DAY OF MAY, A.D. 18>*5, at the sauie hour and
place EI > WARD S. WESCOTT, I
CHARLES P. WILLIAMS,
my27-d&ds Trustees.
D U N CAN SON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE RESIDENCE
AND BUSINESS 1ROPERTY, BEING STORE
AND DWELLING HOUSE KNOWN AS NUM
BER 2811 --M" STREET. GEORGETOWN. *
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed March 0, 1805, in
equity cause No. 1502D, iu which Henry Sehmert*
et al. are complainauis and Rebecca Meiners et
al. are defendants, the undcrslgued trustees will
offer for sale at public auction. In front of the
premises, on TUESDAY, JUNE FOURTH, A. D.
181*5, at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., the following
described real estate, situate in the city of George
town. in the District of Columbia, to wit: All
tl.at patcel of land situated and being in the city
of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, be
ginning at the end of a line drawn westerly and
parallel with Bridge street seventy-five feet eight
and oue-haif Inches (75 ft. 81* In.) from a point
iu the west line of Montgomery street, one hun
dred feet (100 ft.) north from the corner formed
by the intersection of the math line of Bridge
street and the west line of Montgomery street, and
tunning thence westerly thirty-two feet tnree and
one-hatf inches (32 ft. 3 V? in.), thence northerly
and parallel with Montgomery street twenty feet
(20 It.), thence westerly and parallel with Bridge
street nlueteeu feet (1J ft.), thence northerly and
parallel with Montgomery street five feet (5 ft.), I
thence east uud parallel with Bridge street fifty
one feet three and onc-lialf Inches (51 ft. 3^ in.),
thcnce south uud parallel with Montgomery street
twenty-five feet (^5 ft.) to the beglunlng point:
also all that part of lot numbered ten (10), in
Iiolm>ad's addition to Georgetown, beginuing at
the end of one hundred and fifty-eight feet (158
ft.) easterly on the north side of Bridge street
from the southwest corner of the late Dauiel
Rentiers briik house, corner of Bridge and Green
streets, and running easterly by and with Bridge
street fourteen feet (14 It.), thence northerly and
parallel with Green street one hundred feet (100
ft.), theme westerly fourteen feet (14 ft), thence
southerly and parallel with the second line one
hundred feet (100 ft.) to the beginuing point.
Terms of sale: One-third (1-3) purchase money in
cash, the balance in one (1) and two (2) years from
day of sale, secured by deed of trust on the
premise's sold, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per
ccut per annum, payable semi-annually, or all
cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of
$200 to be made at the time of sale. All con
veyancing and recording at the purchaser's cost.
THEODORE W. B1RNEY, Trustee,
420 5th st. n.*
LEON TOHRINER. Trustee.
my21-dAds Equity bldg., 317 and 310 4*4 st. n.w. j
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Auctioneers, 1407 G st.
(Successors to Latimer 4ic Sloan.)
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
KNOWN AS NO. 733 I21H STREET N.W.
By virtue of the powers vested in him by the
last will of Aietliia E. Laudlc, deceased, the un
dersigned will offer for sale, at public auction, in
front of the premises, on FRIDAY, JUNE SEV
ENTH, 1?*5. at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., all those
certain pieces or parcels of land, situate In the ?ity
of Washington, iu the District of Columbia, and
known anil designated on the plats of said city as
parts of original lots numbered eight *8) and nine
(0), In square numbered three hundred und niactceu
(310), contained within the following metes and
bounds, to wit: Beginning at a point on 12th street
05 feet south of the northwest corner of said square
and running thence south on said 6treet seventeen
(17) feet; thence _east seventy (70) feet; thence
north seventeen (17) feet, aud thence west seventy
(70) feet to place of beginning, together with the
Improvements thereon, consisting of an old frame
house known as No. 733 12th street northwest.
TermS of sale: One-third cash and the balance in
one aud two years, the deferred payments to be
represented by the notes of the purchaser, bearing
interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum
from the day of sale, payable iu equal semi-annual
Installments, and secured by first deed of trust on
the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. All conveyancing, recording and nota
rial fees at purchaser's cost. A deposit of $200
will be required at time of sale, and if terms of
sale are not complied with within fifteen days from
day of sale the trustee reserves the right to resell
the property at the rink and cost of the defaulting
purchaser, after such previous public advertisement
as he may deem proper and necessary.
JOHN F. COOK. Trustee,
my27-d&ds 2222 0th st. n.w.
THOMAS DOWL1NG & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
012 E st. n.w.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMTROVED
REAL ESTATE, BEING HOUSE NO. 728 1ST
STREET SOUTH WEST.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated May -10, 1802,
and recorded iu liber No. 1082, folio 201 et seq.,
one of the laud rccords for the District of Columbia,
aud at the request of the party securcd thereby,
we will sell, at public auction. In front of the
premises, oo FRIDAY, MAY THIRTY-FIRST, 1895,
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following real estate,
in Washington city, said District, vix: Subiot No.
32 of W. B. Todd'B subdivision of lots in square
No. 043, with the improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, of which $100
must be paid at time of sale, balance In one and
two years, with interest from day of sale, payable
semi-annually, to be secured by purchaser's note
and a deed of trust on the property sold, to the sat
isfaction of the trustees, or all cash, at the op
tion of the purchaser. Conveyancing and recording
at the purchaser's cost. Terms of sale to be com
plied with in tin days, else trustees reserve the
right to resell at risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser.
THOMAS W. FOWLER,
my20-d&ds JOHN S. BARKER, Trustees.
AUCTION SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES.
1 will sell, at public auction, at 1000 E street
^ithweet Jt-NE WrD, at SEVEN O'CLOCK P.
M all roods on which interest remains unpaid,
consisting of Gold, Silver and Metal Watches,
Ck$?.Ctain., Jewelry of .11 kind., Dia
monds, Clotl)lug, Books, Mimical Instrument*. Ac.
H. It. liiWA-oi.
F. WARREN JOHNSON,
m>'2S-6?. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALES.
FLTUKH DAYS.
DUNCANSON BROS.. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF A BRICK DWELLING.
SITUATE ON ELEVENTH STREET BETWEEN
E AND F STREETS NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust to us, bearing date
May 6th. A. D. 1892, and duly recorded in Liber
16isJ, folio 314 et seq., of the laud records of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of the
party secured thereby, We, the undersigued trustees,
will sell at public auction,iu trout of the premises,
ON WEDNESDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF JUNE,
A. D. 1895, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., all that cer
tain piece or parcel of land aud premises, situate
in the city or Washington, District of Columbia, j
aud known and distinguished as and being lot 39, ,
in Doris Grupe's subdivision in square uumbered
960, as i?er plat recorded in Liber 19, folio 26, of
the records of the surveyor's office of the District
of Columbia, together with the improvements
thereon, consisting oi a two-story brick, situate
on 11th street between E and F streets northeast.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid iu cash, balance in three equal pay
ments, payable in one, two and three years, with
6 per ceut interest, payable setui-anuually, and
secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or
all cash, at the optlou of the pui chaser. A deposit
of $290 will be required at time of sale. All con
veyancing and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms
of sale to be complied with lu ten days from date
of sale, otherwise trustees reserve the right to re
sell at risk uud cost of defaulting purchaser or
purchasers.
MAHLON ASH FORD.
ALDIS B. BROWNE,
my23-d&ds Trustees^
~LAxftlKIt, MORGAN & CO., AUCT10.NEEUS,
1229 und 1231 G st.
FOR SALE-VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ON OHIO
AVENUE BETWEEN FOURTEENTH AND FIF
TEENTH STREE1S NORTH WEST.
i The undersigned - will sell at public auction on
FRIDAY, THE TilUtTY-FIltST DAY OF MAY.
A.D. 1895, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. iu front of
the premises, the south half t1^) of lot pumbered
I two, in subdivision of square numbered 228, front
ing twenty-live feet on Ohio avenue. and running
back with the same width one-half of the whole
| depth of said lot*
Terms of sale: One-third cash, and the balance
in oue and two years, with interest from day of
sale, for which purchaser will give his promissory
notes, secured by deed of trust on the pr<iperty.
A deposit of $100 will be required at time of sale.
I All conveyancing at purchaser's cost. Terms of
sale must be complied with within ten days, other
wise property will be resold at co>t and risk of
I detauuing purchaser, on five days' notice published
| in The Evening Star.
WILLIAM J. MILLER.
Attorney and Executor of Estate Andrew J. Joyce.
j uiy23-<l&ds
DUN CAN SON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE S SALE OF VALU
ABLE PROPERTY, SITUATE ON "N" SlRfc.hr
Btn'WEEN SEVENTEENTH AND E1GH
TEENTH STREETS NORTHWEST; ON MASSA
CHUSETTS AVENUE BETWEEN FOURTEENTH
AND FIFTEENTH STREEl'S NORTHWEST;
OKEGON AVE.XIE BETWEEN Ely II
ftlKEtETi. Jtt?.1 ruLni
TEENTH STREETS, MOUNT PLEAfcANl.
By virtue of the will of John B. Taylor, deceased,
and by virtue of decrces of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, passed in equity cause
numbered 15528, docket 87, I shall sell, on HU
DAY, THE SEVENTH DAY OF JUNE A.D. 1895,
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., in front or the premises,
the western 28 feet of lot G, in square 1^8, and
running back with that width to an alley, as laid
down in LIImt J. II. K., folio 193, of the recorcls
of the surveyor's office of the District ot Columbia.
This lot fronts on the north side of N street be
tween 17th and 18th streets northwest.
AT HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK ON THE SAME
AFTERNOON I shall sell, in front of the premises,
the western 24 feet front by the depth thereof of
lot numbered 3, in Davidson's subdivision of lots
in square 213. This lot is improved by a frame
house, numbered 1416 Massachusetts avenuy north
*ON MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE TENTH, A.D.
181*5, AT FIVE O'CLOCK. I shall sell, in front of
the premises, lot uumbered 92 of lots iu square lo-,
iu Gardiner Hubbard's subdivision, fronting on
Oregon avenue between 18th street and New Hamp
shire avenue northwest. nv^IPCillT'
AT HALF-PAST FIVE O CLOCK ON THE SAME
AFTERNOON I shall sell, in frout of the premises,
lot numbered 0, in S. P. Brown's second saldivisiou
of Pleasant Plains, -Lemur's Outlet and --Slipper}
Hill," as per plat recorded in Liber R. M. 11.,
numbered 30, folio 112, of the laud records of the
District of Columbia. ^
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash. Balance in one and two years,
to be secured by a deed of trust on the property
?old, notes to bear interest from the day of sale,
said interest payable semi-annually, or
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of fJOO
required upon each parcel at the time of sale.
Conveyancing and recording at the cost of the
purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with
within fifteen days from the date of the sale,
otherwise the trustee aud executor reserves ? he
right to resell the property at the risk and cost of
the defaulting purchaser or purchasers, after me
days' advertisement of such resale in some news
p.per publWwd lu
Trustee and Executor.
H. R. WEBB, Attorney. myl7-d&ds
CHANCERY SALE Ofc^ VALUABLE BUSINESS
PROPERTY FRONTING 65-9 FEET ON H BE
TWEEN 1ST STREEl' AND DELAWARE AVE
NUE NORTHEAST. ALSO FRONTING 91-14
FEET O.n DELAWARE AVENUE AND 9U
FEET ON 1ST STREET.
By virtue of a d. cree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, parsed in equity cause No.
15767 tOuraud et nl. vs. Foliausbee et al.), I shall
sell, at public auction, in front of the premises, on
FRIDAY, THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF MAY,
1895, AT HALF-PAST FOLK O'CLOCK, all of lot
numbered one, In square numbered 717.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
in cash, one-third in one year and one-third in
two years thereafter, the deferred payments to
bear interest at the rate of six per centum per
anuum, pavable semi-annually, and to be secured
by deed of* trust ou the premises* sold, or all cash,
at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $299
shall be made on the day of sale.
L. CABELL WILLIAMSON, Trustee,
478 La. ave. n.w.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.,Aucts. mlS-d&dbs
RATCLIFFE, D Alt it 6 CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF UNIMPROVED REAL ES
TATE ON SEVENTEENTH STREET BE
TWEEN D AND E, AND D STREET BE
TWEEN SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH
STREETS NORTHEAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded In
Liber No. 1718, folio 257 et seq., one of the land
records fo- the District of Columbia, aud at the
request of the party secured thereby, the under
signed trustees will offer lor sale, by public auc
tion. in front of the premises, on MONDAY,
TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF MAY, A.D. 1895,
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described
real estate, situate in the city of Washington,
District of Columbia, to wit: All of original lots
Lumbered fifteen U5>, eighteen tl8> and nineteeu
(i9> in square ten hundred and ninety (1090), to
gether with all the Improvements, rights, etc.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
in cash, the residue ip two equal installments, at
one and two years, with interest from the day of
sale at the rate of six per cent per annum, paya
ble semi-annually, secured by deed of trust cu the
property sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of $290 required upon ac
ceptance of bid. If the terms of 6ale are not
compiled with in fifteen days from the day of sale
the trustees reserve the right to resell the prop
erty at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
cha'ser after five days' advertisement of such resale
in borne newspaper published in Washington, D.C. |
All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost.
All wium WALTER R. WILCOX, Trustee,
1907 Pa. ave. u.w.
JOHN E. BENTON, Trustee,
myl5-d&ds 8th st. n.w.
JT7THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED, ON AO
count of the rain, until FRIDAY, IUIRTY-FIRST
DAY OF MAY, A.D. 1895, at the same hour aud
WALTER It. WILCOX,
p J0I1N E. BENTO.V
my27-d&ds Trusted.
DUNCAN SON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABIJ5 IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE, CONSISTING OF LARGE
FOUR-STORY BRICK DWELLING OR APART
MENT HOUSE, NUMBERED 1309 SEVEN
TEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust to us, dated
August 16, 1892, aud duly recorded August 29, 1892.
in liber No. 1720, folio 252 el seq., of the land
records of the District of Columbia, aud at the re
uuest of the party secured thereby, we, the under
signed trustees, will sell, at public auction, in
front of the premises, on MONDAY, THE THIRD
DAY OF JUNE A. D. 1895, AT FIVE O'CLOCK
P M the following described land and premises,
situate in the city of Washington, In the District
of Columbia, and designated as and being all of
lot 30 iu Merrick's subdivision of lots In square
181 as the same Is lecorded- In the office of the
surveyor of the District aforesaid, in book W. F.,
pace 17 the said lot being situated at the south
east corner of O aiul 17th streets northwest, to
gether with the improvements, consisting of a large
dwelling bouse admirably adapted for apartments
or occupancy by a -^rge family.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in casa, and the balance in two equal
installments, payable in one and two years, with
interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi
annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of
trust uiK>n the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the put chaser. A dpposit of $500 will be
required of the purchaser at the time of sale. All
conveyancing, recording and notarial fees at the
cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be com
piled with within ten days from the day of sale.
Otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell
the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting
KDMONSTON,
CONSTANTLNE H. WILLIAMSON, Trustees,
Address, 500 5th St. o.w.
NATH'L WILSON, Attorney for the party securrd,
my20d&ds 622 and 624 F st. n.w.
' C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
1407 G st. n.w.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE RESIDENCE
PROPERTY ON MADISON STREET BETWEEN
17TH AND 18Tn STREETS NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated January 81,
IW4, and recorded In Liber 1881, folio 288 et seq..
of tke Und wcoids of the District of Columbia,
and at the request of the holders of the notes se
cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell,
at public suction. In front of the premises, on
THURSDAY, the SIXTH DAY of JUNE, 1895, at
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following real estate In
the city of Washington, D. C, known as lot 288, In
Earlv and Allison's sub??vlslon of part of sqa*re
156, Improved by a handsome three-story and brick
dwelling houne.
This property Is sold subject to a first deed of
trust, securing the sum of *5,000, bearing interest
at 6 per cent per annum, which the purchaser may
^TvJrms of sale: All cash ever and al?ove the said
first deed of trust. A dei*>slt of *250 will l>e re
quired at the time of sale. All conveyancing awl
recording at the purchaser's cost. The terms of
sale must be compiled with lu fifteen days, other
wise the right Is reserved to resell at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser.
MICHAEL J. COLBERT. Trustee,
512 F st. u.w.
JOHN C. HKALD, Trustee,
my27-d&ds Washington Loan and Trust building.
AUCTION SALES.
Ft TIKE DAYS.
RATCLIFFE, DARE & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY. .NUMBER 38 MASSACHUSETTS
AVENUE NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a dcciee of the Supreme <\>urt of
the District of Columbia. passed in equity cause
numbered 15*74. wlit*rein Midtael T. Collins et ni.
were complainants uihI mien Thompson et al. were
defendants, the undersigned trustee, a pointed l?y
said decree. will offer for tale at public au<-t!ou.
In front of the premises, on SATURDAY. THE
EIGHTH DAY OF JUNE. A. I). 1**.?5. AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK 1?. M.. the following real
estate in Washington c!ty. District of Columbia,
vis: lx?t thirty-one (31) of Johnson's subdivision of
parts of lots tlve (5). six (?). sovca (7), and thirty
(30), In square (126, as record*d in the surveyor's
<tfl -e of tlu- District of Columbia. iu Liber H. D.
C.. folio 1(S5, with the improvements thereon.
Terms of sab' us lixeil by said decree: one-third
of the iHirchase money in cash, one-third 1n one
3ear ami one-third in two years, or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser, the deferred payments
to bear interest from the date sale, and to"be se
cured by trust u|m>u the property so'.d. A deposit
of $150 will be required of the puiehaser at the
time tHe projn-rty is knocktd down. Terms of
sale to l?e compiled with within ten days from
date of sale, or the trustee reserves the right to
resell the pn?f?erty at the risk and cost oC de
fault lng purchaser. All recording and conveyanc
ing at purchaser's cost.
WALTER A. JOHNSTON. Trustee.
my29-d&ds 412 5th st. n.w.
DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
TEREMITORY SALE OF A BRICK HOUSE NUM
BERED 415 NEW JERSEY AVENUE N.W.
ON FRIDAY, THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF
MAY, A.D. 1*05, AT HALF-PAST WlUR o CLOCK
P.M., we shall sell, in front of the premises,
PART OF LOT NUMBERED 3. IN SQL ARE 630.
This lot has a frontage of nineteen (lid feet
seven (7j inches and a depth of al>out one hundred
and ttventy-oue (121) feet, improved by a brick
dwelling numbered 415 New Jersey avenue n.w.
Terms: $3,000 to remaiu two vvars at (i jkt cent,
balance cash. A dejioslt of $200 required at time
of sale. Couveyancing, Ac., at purchaser's cost.
Hi.v27-dA.ds DUNCANSON BROS., Aucta.
TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE ON II STREET BETWEEN
14TH AND 15TH, BEING PREMISES NO. 1412
H STREET NORTHWEST.
By virtue of a deed of trust given to us and duly
recorded In Liber 1801, at folio 176 et seq., one of
the laud records for the District of Columbia, ard
at the request of the parties secured thereby, wo
will offer lor sale, by public auction, iu front of tha
prefbises, on SATURDAY. JUNE FIRST, lxjiB, at
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following
described land and premises, situate and being in
the city of Washington, In the Oistrict of Columbia,
aud known and designated us lots numbered 13
and 14, and the westernmost 15 feet 2 Inches front
by the depth of lot 15 of the subdivision of part
of sijuare number 222, mnde by the helrs-at-law of
John Davidson, and duly recorded, except those
parts of said lots 13, 14 and 15 which have here
tofore been conveyed by Richatd Smith for the
uses and purj>oses of au alleyway, but including all
the right, title, interest aud estate of which said
Richard Smith db-d selz. d in and to those parts of
sublots 13, 14, 15, 10 aud 17. and original lots 1.
2 and 3, which have been dedicated by their re
spective owners for use as a private alleyway in
said equare, improved by buildiugs No. 1412 H
street northwest, subject, nevertheless, to a first
trust securing $16,333.33, with Interest from May
1, 1S!15, particulars of which will be announced at
the sale.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash, the residue in two equal in
stallments at one aftd two years from the day of
sale, the deferred paymeuts to be secured by a
dewl of trust on the premises sold and to bear In
terest at the rate of six per cent per annum from
the day of sale, payable semi-annually, or all
cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of
$1,000 will be required at the time of sale. Terms
to be complied with In fifteen days from the day of
sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to
resell the property at the risk and cost of the de
faulting purchaser after ten days' advertisement
in some newsiiaoer published in Washington, D. C.
All conveyancing, recording, etc., at the coat of
the purchaser.
WM. E. LEWIS, Trustee.
ORA L PITNEY, Trustee.
RATCLIFFE, DARR A CO.. Aucts. my21-dAds
DUNCANSON BROS.. AUCTIONEERS.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, RITTABLH
FOR BUILDING PURPOSES, AT NORTHEAST
CORNER OF FOURTH AND "B" STREETS
NORTHEAST.
For the purpose of closing up an estate, I will
offer at public sale the following described real
estate on FRIDAY, THE THIRTY-FHCST DAY OF
MAY, A. D. 1K#5. AT 6 O'CLOCK P.M.:
All that part of lot three (3), in B*tuare eight
hundred and fourteen (814), excepting the eighteen
(IS) feet front on B street, heretofore conveyed by
deed recorded in liber 1553, folio SS, of the land
recenis of the District of Columbia.
All of lots four and five (4 and 5). In square eight
hundred and fourteen (814).
The proiKTty will be first offered as a whole
and, if no adequate bid be received, the iota will
then be offered separately.
Terms of sale: If the property be sold as a
whole, $4,500 in cash will be required, with bal
ance in one, two and three years, secured by deed
of trust upon the property sold, with interest at
6 per cent, until paid, payable semi-annually. A
dejKtsit of $500 required at time of sale. If sold
separately, j>art of lot three (3) will be sold for
one-third (1-3) cash, with balance In one, two and
three years, with Interest at 6 per cent, until
paid, pay ible semi-annually, secured by a deed
of trust ui?on the property sold; p. deposit of $&J0
required at tlm<? of sale. Lot four (4) will be
sold for $3,000 cash, with balance In one, two and
three years, secured by deed of trust upon property
sold, with luterost at G per cent until paid, pay
able semi-annually; a dejiosit of $200 required at
time of sale. Lot five (5) will be sold for $2,000
cash, with the balance in one, two and three
years, with interest at 0 per cent until paid, pay
able semi-annually, secured by deed of trust upon
the property; a deposit of $200 required at unic of
sale. Or all cash, at option of purchaser. Terms
of sale to be complied with within lit teen days,
otheiwise I reserve the right to resell the property
at the risk aud cost of the defaulting purchaser,
after five days* notice of such resale published in
tome newspaper published in the city of Wash
ington, D. C. Taxim paid to date of sale. All
conveyancing and recording at cost of purchaser.
JOHN B. EARNER.
Attorney for heirs of Emily llaxen Reed.
my20-dAds .
RATCLIFFE, DARR it CO.. AUCTIONEERS.
d.ANCERY SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ES
TATE ON SIXTH STREET NORTH WEST BE
TWEEN K STREET AND NEW YORK
AVENUE.
By authority of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the'District of Columbia, patFed in the equity causa
of Louise H. Degges et si. vs. Rosa V. Bacun et
al.. No. 150;2, 1 will offer for sale at pnblic auc
tion. on TUESDAY, JUNE FOURTH, 1M?5. at
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., all that lot of land known
as lot 26. In Callan's subdivision of square 451, in
the city of Washington, D. C. The improvements
consist of a frame dwc-llng house of six rooms,
numbered 1002, on 6th street. Said lot has a
ficutage of 20 feet and a depth of 100 feet.
Terms: One-third cash, one-third in one year,
one-third in two years from day of sale, with in
terest, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser,
deferred payments to l>e evidenced by the pur
chaser's notes and secured by died of trust on the
property sjld. A d<po>lt of $100 must be made at
time of sule. All conveyancing at cost of pur
cliaser. Terms must l?e complied with In ten days.
ARTHUR A. BIRNEY, Trustee.
my24-dts 420 5tli st. n.w.
THOMAS DOWLLNO * CO.. AUCTIONEERS^ 9
612 E st. n.w.
VERY VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE,
BEING TWO THREE-STORY PRESS BRICKS,
BROWN-STONE TRIMMINGS. CABINET MAN
TELS. WITH AIL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS,
KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBERS 1432 AND
1434 V STREET NORTHWEST. AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE FIFTH, l*i*, AT
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., we will sell. In front of the
premises, lot 22, squnre 204, fronting 19 feet 6
Inches on the south side of V St., by a depth of
145 feet to a 30-foot alley, improved by a 3-story
and cellar pressed brick front, brown-stone trim
mings, cabinet mantels, tile bath, electric gas
lighting, nickel plumbing, ordaining eleven rooms
aud bath, being No. 1432 V st. n.w.
ALSO
Lot 21, square 204. fronting l? feet 4 inches on
the south side of V St., by a denth of 145 feet to
a 30-foot alley in rear, with 15-foot 6 Inch side
allev, improved by a 3-story and <ell9r pressed
brick front, brown-stone trimming?,cabinet niatdelg,
electric gas lighting, tile bath, nickel plumbing,
hrlck set furnace In cellar, confining eleven rooms,
lautdry and bath, with 2-storv brick stable. 20x40,
with water, gas and concrete Hour, being No. 1434
V st. n.w.
Terms: 1432 sold subject to a trust of $6,500;
No. 1434 sold subject to a trust of $S,500. Both
trusts are due July 1, 1S07. Over and above the
ttust one-third cash, balance In one and two years,
with interest secured by deed of trust cn the
property sold, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser. A deposit of S190 required on each at
time of sale. Conveyancing and recording at cost
Df purchaser. Terms to be complied with in ten
4avs, or the property will be resold at ilsk and
cost of defaulting purchaser.
N. B.?Houses open for inspection from date until
iale. my 25-dials
C. G. SLOAN * CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G st.
(Successors to Latimer A Sloan.)
TRUSTEES' SALE OF THAT VALUABLE TWO
STORY AND ATTIC FRAME DWELLING
(WITH TWO-STORY STABLE IN THE REAR#
KNOWN AS NO. 3203 SEVENTEENTH STREET*
EXTENDED (NEAR PARK STREET), MOUNT
pleasant, d. a
By virtue of a certain deed of trust to us. dated
November 10, 1880, aud duly recorded among the
land records of the District of Columbia In Liber
No. 1436, folio 281 et seq., snd at the request of
Ihe party secured thereby, we, the undersigned
trustees, will seU, at public auction, in front at
the premises, ou MONDAY, the TWENTIETH DAT
jf MAY, AID. 1N#5, at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the
following described land aud premises, situated la
:he District of Columbia and auown aud designated
is aud I?eiug the sooth 35 feet front of lot lltf by
the depth thereof and the north 15 feet front of
[ot 120 by the depth thereof. In Cbapln Brown's
subdivision of part of the tract of land known aa
i'leasant Plains, as the said subdivision is recorded
In the office of the surveyor of the District of
.'olumbla, In Book Gov. Shepherd (County), page
172, together with the Improvements thereon, con
sisting of a two-storr aud attic frame dwelling,
cnowu as No. 3203 17th street cxteuded, aud a two
ttory stable In the rear.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
'o be i*aid iu cash, and the balance in two equal
nstallments, payable In one and two year*, with
nterest at six (G) per ceutum per annum, payable
.eml-annually. from day of sale, secured ly deed
>f trust upon the property sold, or all eaah, at the
iptlon of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 will be
-equlred of tli? purchaser at the time of sale.
U1 conveyancing, recording snd notarial fees at
be cost o( the purchaser. Tecxns of sale to be
-oniplled with within ten days from day of salst
itlierwtse the trustees reserve the right to reseU
he nrofierty at the risk and cost of the defaulting
(urehascr.
FRANK T. RAWLTVGS, Trustee*
1505 Pa. ave. dlV.
J. D. COUGHLAN, Trustee,
myT-d&ds 000 5th st. a.w.
(7THE ABOVE SALE IS IOMTOXED CKTIL
.IONDAY. JUNE THIRD. l&O, same hoar ra2
dace. By order of the trasteee.
mylS-vo&ds C. G. SLOAN* * OCX* Ancta.

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