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Much Interest is being taken by some e
the leading colored men of Hillsdale in th
proposed effort to have Policeman Green is
dicted by the present grand jury for th
killing of Reuben Foster last summer. Thi
time, however, they will proceed in a difer
extway from that pursued by them in thei
two previous attempts to accomplish thi
result. There will be no Iridignation meet
ir gs held, and all steps taken will be In
quiet manner and after mature reflectio
by those who have by common agreemen
taken charge of that portion of the prc
iMrs. S. L. Beler, wife of Rev. Dr. Betlei
chancellor of the American University, ha
signilled her acceptance of the office c
4 president of the Woman's Foreign Missiom
ary Society of Washington District M. !
Church, to whieh she was elected at th
maeting of the society in Anacostia Tues
day. Mrs. Belier is not only a devote
friend to those who are engaged in religion
work in foreign missionary fields, but is a
-able and eloquent speaker, who is capabl
and willing to present the claims of her de
partment to congregations on all suitabl
-occasions. Mrs. Beller takes the place c
Mrs. Nathan Sites, widow of Rev. Dr. Sitei
c .oe of the M. E. missionaries in China, wh
died a few months ago. Mrs. Sites havin
removed to Boston. it became necessary ft
her to resign the presidency of the Wast
i gton society.
The contest for the maggitracy a Ang
0 eistia betwcen Messrs. W. N. Fisher an
~Albert Richardson has received quite a
Impetus since the return of Attorney Gem
oral Harmon to Washington. as it is as
*umed that it wjIl not be long before Ju
lice Carroll W. Smith will, for reasons c
health, tender his resignation. With tn
office of justice of the peace in Anacosti
ck red, as it has been for- some time pas1
2nany of the citizens are put to great incom
veience in the transaction of busines
which requires the signatu-e of a mag's
trate to make legal, and of -wh!ch a grea
deal is almost daily developed in Anacostis
Mrs. Sadie E. Poates, who has been ver
busily engaged during the summer as oz
ganist in several of tine churches in Weak
ington. is taking a much needed rest a
A colored boy in the employ of Mr. Na
. than W. Allnutt, near Dawsonville, wa
some days ago bitten on the hand whil
husking corn, and, although medical a
was summoned in a short time, he cam
near losing hia, life. He has improved sonm
what since, but is still unable to work.
The dwelling Jhouse on the farm of 31
E. W. Owen, near Oakdale, this county, cc
eupied by Mr. W. A. Rabbitt, was entirel
consumed by fire on Saturday mornin
last. The furniture and household good
were also destroyed. The building wa
partly insured in the Mutuah Fire Insui
ance Company of Sandy Spring. The los
sill amount to several thousand dollars.
The revival meetings at the Bapti,
Church, Derwood, which have been in prc
gress for the past ten days, have attracte
large congregations, and much interest ga
been manifested. Evangelist J. T. Edmum
son, who held services every night lag
week, left for his home in Baltimore o
Sunday. A similar series of meetings wi:
commence in the Baptist Church at thi
place on Sunday next, in which the pasto
will be assisted by Evangelist Ednunso
during the latter part of the coming weel
In the orphans' court yesterday letter
of administration on the personal estate t
Licretia G. Martin, decessed, were grante
to James S. Martin, bond 2,0W. Thoma
Anderson, executor of Bemus G. Dorsa:3
deceased, passed his third. and final at
A marriage license has been issued b
the clerk of the circuit court to Edson I
Olds and Mabel Bradford.
Miss Jennie Dawson of the second dih
trct has returned from na extended visl
to friends at Zanesville, Ohio.
Mrs. N. S. Allnutt of Dawsonville is vib
Iting her father and mother, Mr. and Mri
Win. A. Compton, at Front Royal, Va.
The monthly reception day of the publi
school at Comus was attended by a larg
number of the patrons and friends of the
institution, and the program prepared fe
the oecasion was of a drery interestin
character, consisting of addresses, read
ings, recitations and fine vocal and instrv
Miss May Analt of Goresville, Va., is via
iting the Misses Byrd of Poolesville dl,
trict, and Miss N. C. -Tilghman of Balti
n'ore is visiting Misses Allnutt of the sam
An unusually large meeting of the Tue.
day Club was held last Tuesday night a
the residence, of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F
Holden, on Raistcn avenue. Shakespeare'
play of "*Ron eo and Juliet" was discusse
by the different members of the club. Rei
Lucien Johnson, pastor of St. Jerome
Catholic Church, read an interesfig dig
quisition or. Shakespeare's idea of love. Mi
A. R. Holden entertained the club with ;
solo, Mrs. W. F. Drown play ing the acconi
paniment. Mrs. Lewis F. Holden and MrE
R. G. Whiting read the dialogue betwee
Juliet and the nurse in the fifth scene c
the second act. Mrs. Joseph Aman, Dr. J
It. Owens and Mr. A. R. Holden read th
parts of Mercutio, Tybalt and Romeo in th
first scene of the third act. Miss Lolo Ti
cou read an original essay on Romeo an
Juliet. The pnay was-discussed to some em
tent by Mr. A. R. Holden and Mr. Williar
Giusta. Miss Fans ye Mudde. Miss Louis
Riley and Mr. Fred Riley were elected a
members of the club. The next meeting c
the club will be held two weeks hence a
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. . E. Whit
on Ralston avenue, and Shakespeare's pla;
of "The Merchant of Venice" will be th
subject for discussion.
The Social Club of the Forest gave a de
lightful dsnnce a few evenings sinee a
"Graden," the beautiful country home o
M~rs. George W. Berry. in Kent districi
The grounds surrounding the house wer
illuminated by Japarese lanterns artisti
catly arranged. An elsbcrate supper wa
served about midnight. Among those pres
ent were Mrs. Slingluff and daughterMisse
Ettie and Ella Dare of Washington. Mis
Brown of Baltimore, Miss Lyons of Vir
ginla, Misses Katie and Alice Merricli
Mary Wilson, Helen Bowling, Estelle Be,
ry, Lela and Marie Bird, Alice Mema an
Mercedes Roberts, Irene Mullikin, an
Mesers. Charlie Ciagett, Sammie Bowie an
Lee Clagett of Washington. Edgar Sling
luff of Baltimore, Aubrey Bird and Charli
Berry. Clarence Mullkin, Richard an
William Rpberts, Thomas and James Ben
ry, George and Edgar McCeny, WV. S. Bell
Julian Hall, Robert BealU, Beall Bowi4
Oden Roberts, John Brooge, Charlie Hi
The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Sn:
Rtitchie, who ri side near Forestville, me
with a psitful accident a few days ago b
failing from an apple tree which he we
climbing, and fracturing his skull by strill
ing his head upon some stones on th
ground. Drs. Sansbury and Bird attende
the boy, and at last accounts his conditio
was improving. The young son of Mr. an
Mrs. Cornell. who also reside in that neigt
borhood, fell from a gate on Saturday las
and fractured his left arm,
Prof. '.Arnon. D. Watkins has been Ill a
Oakmont, having closed his -school for
week. He is now mtch improved, and re
opened his school Monday.
Mr. H. C. Duble has left for Alexandri
to pursue his avocation.
The prohibitionists of the county, thn
first of the polItical parties to open thn
campaign, are pushlrg it ahead with vigc
and enthusiasm. Wednesday night a mas
meeting Is to occur at Layhill, with Rei
T. C. Handy of Glyndon the orator, an
Friday night a similar meeting will be hel
in the Hyattstown Christian. Church. Couw
ty Chairman Steele and Rev. J. A. Hol
kins of Clayton will be the nrators.
The protracted services which have bee
in progress at the Epworth M. E. Churc
for two weeks are announced to continu
during this week. The town council hel
a very Important session Tuesday- evening
Mfayor Duvall, Councilmen Walker an
Lipsccmb and Clerk Cramer were present
In view of the approach of witer, repain
ig of all th'e streets and sidewalks wa
ordered, and a committee appointed to si
perintend the same. Arrangements wer
also made to lay new concrete walks o:
Frederick avenue to Bourdary; Brooke
avenue, at Epworth M. E. Church. to Ru,
aeu;Summit avenue from Firs
ato lBark to Boundary north; Dli
f leet west. Mr. Charles A. Mms was award
ed the contract for the necessary lumber,
his bid being the lowest. Mr. Augustus C.
Rutbrauff was appinted under balif
Saturday morning a dwelling on the farm
of Mr. Edward Owen at Olney was destroy
ed by fire. Sparks from the'dthimney set
the roof on fire. The loss incurred ameunts
to some $1,400, with insurance of $750. Very
little furniture was saved by Mr. Albert
Rabbitt, who occupied the house.
r The Fairfax Conversational Club met at
a the residence of Prof. Robert Nourse on
- Tuesday night. The subject of the even
L Ing, "The Late Panic," was introduced ly
i Prof. Nourse In an interesting paper.
t which was followed by a general -dises
- sion, participated In by nearly all present.
The meeting was full of Interest and en
joyed.' Those present were Mr. and *Mm
L. B. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kins
- ley, Miss Sue N. Riddle. Miss Udlti Mer
rifield, Miss Bell MerrijeldwessrsM. 3. C.
i Evans, A. E. Rowel. G. A. L. Merrifeld.
- Rev. B. W. Pond, G. D. Nicholson and -v
I erett Merrifield. The next meeting will be
B held at the residence of Mr. G. D. Nichol
I son, Mr. L. B. Parker, leader.
B Mr. and Mr. W. W' Kinsley of East End
- have returned from Atlantie City.
Mr. Isaac Cuosaman, who has been visit
ing his son in Tennessee, returned on Tues
Newton Thomas and Walter Weaver, for
t whom warrants were out for participation
r In the assault on the crew of the railroad
- some days ago, came before Mayor Payne
Tuesday and surrendered themselves, and
- were bailed for their appearance for trial.
This completes the list of sit that have
1 been arrested charved with the offense,
- the others having been tried and fined by
- Mr. Henry Fitch and family moved Into
f Washington Monday.
a In the case of Douglass and Julia Mack
L adl against the Lewineville Driving Park
Arsociation, Constable A. R. Jacobs of this
town Tuesday attached the buildings on
the property for rent due, and the matter
- will come' before Justice Faulkner in a
t few days.
Quite a number of persons from here at
tended the confederate reunion at Fairfax
Court House yesterday.
- Miss Mattie Soule, who has been visiting
t friends In Washington for several days.
Mr. 0. F. Walters, who was arrested Sat
t rday, charged with fraudulently removing
property levied upon by Sergeant Soule. was
. arraigned before Mayor J. D. Payne Mon
day morning, and his petition for a change
B of trial oflicer granted, and Justloe J. S.
B Riley. by request, prebided. The time of
I trial was fixed for 6 p.m., but in the mean
time Mr. Walters paid in full the amount
for which the goods were attached and the
ccats of the proceedings, and the warrant
Mrs. Lizzie Lipscomb, Mrs. S. E. Hunton
and Miss Kate Lowndes of Washington are
visIting Mrs. J. -N. Oden on Washington
Mr. and Mrs. George Stambaugh, who
I have been on a trip of a month, during
which they visited In Ohio, Iowa, Minne
- sota, South Dakota and Illinois, returned
Pioneer Lodge of Good Templars held an
t Interesting meeting Tuesday night, several
- visitors from Independent Lodge of West
Washington be'ng present Mr. Jas. Poole
had charge of good of the order, which con
- isted of chorus by the lodge; Instrumental
t music by Mrs. M. M. Erwin and Mr. Carl
I Garretson; recitation, Miss Florence Per
I rigo; remarks, Messrs. Lynn S. Abbott, C.
9 M. Rathbun and E. F. Rorebeck of Pioneer
r and Thomas Poole, Joseph Coleman, Miss
Mabel Wilson gnd Miss Sadie Goodman.of
Independent. The lodge also made arrange
ments for an oyster supper Friday night.
Mr. Russell Fravel has accepted a post
tion in New York, and left Monday frthgt
city. Mr. Howard Jacobs thkkes Mr. ave's
place as clerk in Mr. Ellison's store at West
Rev. B. W. Pond of Eeklngtdn is visiting
Prof. Robert Nourse at West End.
Mrs. H. H. Brown of New York is visit
ing her cousin, Mrs. George B. Ives, on
Mrs. G. W. Hawxhurst and' daughter,
Miss Nellie, who have been summering in
the mountains of Albemarle and near
Lynchburg, have returned and are at the
The ladies' fair at the Baptist Church
closed last night.
Mr. J. H. Tibbetts and family have moved
r to Washington.
Mrs. M. D. Moore moved Into the city
Mrs. Gibson has returned from Harper's
Ferry mudh improved in health.
The Lowndes Club, No. 2, of Linden and
Forest Glen held Its meeting last evening
at what is knownees "Sligo Church."
"Jack Frost" made his first appearance in
this section Monday night. There was a
very light frost last night.
t The late potato crop makes a very poor
yield in this section. Since the late rains a
good many patches of ternlps have been
- A quiet home wedding took place Tuesday
evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
L J. C. Biret, on Philadelphia street. The
- contracting parties were Miss Katharine
Biret and Mr. Charles B. Perry. The wed
1 ding was strictly privfte, only the families
of both parties being present. Rev. Robert
R. West of the Baptist Church performed
the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Pe-ry went
at once to housekeeping on Galveston
street in Brookland.
Capt. Mullan and his little daughter
Gladys have returned from Annapolis,
where they have been for the past two
The Church of Our Savior has been pre
sented with the altar from St. Andrew's
Church in the city. This is a pretty struc
ture, and now the church can do' away
with the temporary altar, which was
brought from the town hall when the new
building was occupied. The Church of
Our Savior has a vested choir, which is
under the direction of Mrs. Jere Johnston.
The choir is again Dutting In hard work
for the winter. The gowns were the gift
of Mrs. Jere Johnston. The members are
as follows: Miss N. Small. Miss S. Small,
Mrs. Chas. Davis, Miss E. Snider, Miss B.
Baldwin, Miss Daisy Norton, Miss Mary
Burr. Miss Fannie Taylor, Miss Annie New
man, Miss Alice Newman and Miss Annie
Baldwin, Mr. Chas. Davis and Messrs.
Waler Norton, Alon Towers and Francis
Mrs. Baldwin of Eckirnton, who has bean
Svery Ill, is now able to be up. She hopes
to be well enough to resume her school
Miss Julia Pond of -Eckington is the guest
of Miss Maggie Nourse at Falls Church.
-Miss Mary Helen Howe of University
Heights was one of the part'icipants in the
concert at St. Patrick's Church Tuesday
evening, singing a solo with violin and
t harp obligato accompaniment.
- Culpeper waiter works are again in the
line' of victory. The difficulty in the way
of the appropriations has been overcome
and the contract let to Luck & Palmer of
- Roanoke, Va., with Instructions to begin
t work as soon as possible. This looks prac
tIcal, and it Is sincerely hoped that the .an
cient burg will at last realise at least one
of the several projected Improvements.
The Misses Lena and Belle Stern are
t again at theIr summer home near Brandy,
after spending some time with, their
-friends, M.ss and Mr. Clark, in Aibemaris
Miss Florrie Parr has re-entered the
a seminary at Charlottesville, Va., for an
other term. Miss Parr has unusual artis
tic talent, and will resume her studies In
e Dr. McClennahan of Brandy met 'with
r quite a loss a few days since in the death
a of his favorite saddle horse, which has
long carried him upon his professional vis
its far and near. The doctor, desiring a
consulting physician In one of his cases,
loaned the horse to a boy to go for him.
- and the boy rode in such a reckless man
- ner as to cause the animal's death.
A Baptist Sunday school convention was
I held Sunday at Remington, and a very
1 large throng wee In attendance to listen to
B the interesting exercises.
1 The Brandy public school opened Man
-day, under very favorable auspices. Mr.
1 Bwen, the former reacher, is located at
the "'Tower," about two miles away.
A Mental Stimulus.
a The first installment of the great mys
I tery story, "When the War Was Over,"
" by Fredierick R. Burton. will be published
~ next Monday. Five hundred dollars in1 gold
. for tha first correct solution. Particulars
rI in enohe,- conlumn.
AFFAIRS IN ALEXANDRN
A Pleauant Marriage Ceremony Yesterda
Other Social, Personal and Genera
Notes of laterest From
Down the River.
The marriage of Miss May Shumat
daughter of Mr. Louis Shuman, to M
Claud Lennon, the popular druggist, too
place yesterday evening at half-past 6 a
St. Mary's Church. Rev. Father J. J. Ke
efick of -Fredericksburg, assisted by Re
Father Bowler, Father F. X. McCarthy a
this city and Father J. E. Tierney of Fal
Church, conducted the ceremony. The brid
V as attended by Miss Mattie Server 0
Washington, and Mr. Louis Shuman, Jr
acted as best man. The bridesmaids wei
Mlsse May Greenwell, Dora Lannon, Jul
Lindsey and Mary Harlon, and the usher
were Mr. M. G. Lennon of Norfolk, Mr. 4
C. Wright of Washington and Win. I
Quinn and E. R. Mills of this city. Ti
church was handsomely decorated for .t
occasion. After the ceremony a receptic
was held at the home of the bride's pa
ents, on Pitt street, after which the happ
qcuple left for an extended bridal trk
north. They will make this city their ft
The regular monthly nieeting of 'the Cc
lumbia Steam Fire Engine Company we
held in their parlor last night, with Pres
dent W. A. Smoot in the chair, and J. The
Beckham, Jr., acting secretary. Mr. Ge
Uhler, chairman of the executive commit
tee, reported that he had made applicatie
to the board of fire wardens for the thous
ard feet of hose, collars, etc., but had no
heard from them In regard to it. The con
mttee who had charge of the repairs to tU
house was discharged, the work havin
all been finished, as also ,were two spech
committees. The resignation of Mr. Horac
Swain as secretary and member was re
celved and accepted. Mr. Noble Smit
made a motion to change the regular meet
Ing night from Wednesday to Thursday o
each month, which was carried. Upon tb
complaint of several members, Geo. Stert
was unanimously expelled from the con
pany for behavior unbecoming a membe:
The secretary was ordered to notify him c
this action, after which the meeting ad
A Married Man in Trouble.
Last night at about 10 o'clock Jame
Wells, who. is a married man, made con
plaint to Capt. Webster at the staTil
house that he had been robbed of $30 by
woman at the Braddock House. Officer
Furgusson and Hall were sent to arres
the woman. They found upon investiga
tion that Wells and, a woman by the nami
of Dolly Maderson of Washington ha
registered at the Braddock House as Jan
Hrrley and wife of Providence, R. . Upo
searching the woman nothing was foun
upon her person in the way of mone
whereupon the officers searched their roon
but no money was found; but evidence wa
secured to show that they had occuple
the room as man and wife. They wer
both brought to the station house an
locked up, and upon searching Wells th4
money was found. They both claimed thi
morning that they had simply been sittin
In the rcom drinking, but Mayor Thompsai
thought otherwise, and fined them $1
each, which they paid.
Bretherhzood of St. Andrew.
Last night at Christ Church lecture roo
Rev. Chas. B. Sparks and Rev. Thom&
Semmes, who represented the chapter c
the Brotherhood of St. Andrew of thl
city at the general convention held a
Louisville last week, made their repor
On Tuesday evening next the local counc
of the brotherhood will hold a publi
meeting at St. Paul's lecture room. Th
following subjects will be discussed
"Work of the Brotherhood in Alexandria,
"A Workingman's Club," by Mr. Georg
W. Salter of St. John's Chapter, Washing
ton; "Can the Local Council Establish
Similar One In Alexandria," by Mr. Georg
Darley of Grace Church Chapter. Genera
discussion in three-minute addresses fc
thirty minutes. "Chapter Work-Cottag
Meetings," by Mr. J. Murray Barteld c
Christ Church Chapter. The public is in
vited and interesting addresses are e:
The marriage of Miss Charlie B. King
daughter of Mr. Charles King, one of th
leading merchants in this city, and M
Chas. Hulfish of Haymarket took place las
night at Grace Episcopal Church, in tb
presence of a large assemblage. The cere
mony was performed by Rev, C. E. Bal
rector of the church. The church wa
beautifully decorated with potted plants an,
palms. Immediately after the wedding M
and Mrs. Hulfish left on the 9:10 train fc
an extended trip througg the norther
Mayor Thompson this morning dispose
of the following cases: Luster McKinne
and Charles Tyler, charged with shooting
pistol in the street, fined $2.50 each; Wn
Whalen and Ed. Johnson, charged with he
Ing drunk and disorderly, fined $2.50 each
James Wells, charged with adultery, fine
$10; Dolly Maderson, charged with fornica
tion, fined $10; Geo. Hough and John Rio
charge, disorderly and fighting, case con
tinued until Monday; Win. Muir, charge
with removing night soil without a permi
was fined $10.
Mr. John J. Jamerson, grand regent c
the Royal Arcanum of Virginia, left fc
Richmond today to-pay a visit to a unIo
meeting of all the councils of Richmon
with McCarthy Council of that city. Tb
chairs will be filled by the officers of tb
VirgInia councils, and besides the offi-c,
of the Grand Council, Past Regents Irvil
-Scott and Bangs will be present.
Mr. W. B. Doble, superintendent<
streets, has been notified by the stre,
committee that after next Saturday h.
services would no longer be required. H.
successor will not be appointed at pre:
It 'is understood that Mr. Jorgrua She
wood will not be a candidate at the nei
meeting of the city council for the pos
tion of keeper of the alms house.
The regular monthly meeting of tU
Alexandria city school board will be hel
aet Peabody Hail tonight.
The Yoang Men's- Sodality Lyceum wi
present a drama called the "Woven Web
at their hall early next month.
Messrs. O'Nell and Lunt have sold fc
M. L. Poulton and A. H. Richards six acrn
of land on the Leesburg pike, near tI
Theological Seminary, for $1,500.
Mayor Thompson yesterday settled wit
Auditor Price f-or the month of Septen
her $787.18 for licenses and $241.75 for fine
Mrs. Charles Minnigerode and her daugl
tar, Miss Belle. have returned from Fai
quier county, where they spent the sun
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bradley Price have ri
turned from Jeannette, Pa., and wll in tU
future makre this city their home.
Mr. Robt. Elliott of this city was ma:
ried to MIss Sibyl Thomas at Lewisburj
W. Va., yesterday.
Mrs. Joseph Hopkins of La Trappe, Md
is in the city on' a visit to her son, Mr.
Miss Mary Root, who has been a guest 4
Mrs. George Drury on Columbus street. le:
today for an extended trip north.
At the regular meeting of the Juni'
Order of Mechanics last night one cand
date received the degrees of the order.
'R. E. Lee Camp. Confederate Veteran
are having a handsome new Brussels ca:
pet put upon the floor of their meeti
In the corporation court yesterday tU
case of Martha Preston against the Ge:
man Building Association, No. 5, was a:
goad on the exceptions to Commissioni
Waters' report. Judge Norton took Ut
papers under advisement.
The store of Mr. Thomas Downey at tU
corner of Columbus and Franklin stree1
was broken into last night and severn
boxes of tobacco and other goods wet
Garfield Essex, who accidentally abot h
brother on Tuesday night, as mentioned I
The Star, had a hearing before Mayc
Thompson this morning, and was releaseo
the evidence showing very plainly that L1
RIOTING Il C01lSTANTINOPLE.
Serviet Bey - Shot and ArmenUtes
Charged by Pollee. -'
So far as can be learned, the following Is
a detailed and connected acount ,gr the
events leading up to and during the disorder
of Monday In Constant%4kie. an that day
there was an assemblage of 3,000 Armenians
at the Kornmpaon "idral, which had
gathered to attend the .llgious .fete of the
At the conclusion of the religious service,
which was conducted b'the patriarch him
self, twenty Armenian ladies from the cities
6 of Van, Bitlls and Erseroum in Armenia
presented to the pa a petition, which
It recounted the circums ces of the Intolera
,t b-e position of the Arnan people under
the present Turkish dad deelprad that
this position could no longer be borne. The
petition concluded by begging the patriarch
f to summon his faithful'people forwith to go
a (in a body) to the sublime porte of the pal
e ace and there to submit aP petition to be
grand vizier for a prompt enforcemeat of
the promised reforms in Armenia.
The- patriarch in reply exhorted his hear
e ers not to attempt such a demonstration, but
a rather to trust to himself to do all in his
9 power to .ecure relief for them.. -
The impatient gathering, however, refused
to be pactaed, and 'with melted -gestuies
L shouted: "Enough, we have decided. We
e Will have liberty or death."
* They attempted to form themselves into
* a pocessien outside, Intending to march to
- the palace. The Turkish police were on
y hand to prevent this, and they obstructed
p the efforts to form into marching order.
The crowd of Armnitlans thereupon pro
ceeded by mutual agreement, but in detach
ed groups or singly and by many different
streets, t6 anott er spot.
- Here It was that after forming themselves
a Into marching order, Serwet (Serviet Bey),
at the head of a body Of gendarme,, called
upon them to disperse and to hand him the
petition which they desired to present to
the grand vizier. 1
The crowd became incensed at. this, and
shouted out their protests.
It is aleged that he called the Armenian
t bearer of ,he petiton whh it was -sorght
. to present to the grand vizier "Ghiaour!"
e This Is equal to saying "infidel dog," and is
the term of opprobrium used by the Turks
I toward those who do not follow the prophet
0 Mahomet. The Armenian retorted to this,
and the quarrel increased in heat. Fonow
I lng upon this the first shots were fired, and
- Serwet was kiled' and sevetal gendarmes
f were wounded.
e Immediately therd was a great tumult and
a wild scene of disorder, the gendarmes
. charging the mob and the struggling mob
fighting savagely, but in hopeless disorder,
f The rioters were finally repulsed and rein
- forcements of gdadarmes arrived, after
which the crowd dispersed.
MARGARET MATHJ= Il A RAGE.
- The Former Aetress.Horaewhipped Her
Husband, Mr. Pabst, in Milwaukee.
L Mrs. Gustav Pabst, formerly Margaret
3 Mather, "the actress, created a sensation
t near their home, at 29th and Cedar streets.
Milwaukee, yesterday afternoon by striking
her husband, a son of the wealthy brewer,
several times with a horsewhip.
I He seized the whip and threw it away.
I But the battle was by no means ended, for
she then clenched her fist and planted* a
s blow from the Lboulder square on his nose.
I Then Mr. Pabst moved on at a rapid pace,
1 the woman following, both entering their
I home together on Cedar street. The affair
took place in a fashionable part of the city
and was witnessed by a large number of
Gustav Pabst and M rt Mather were
married in Kenosha inJ ber, 192, but
the weddlng ws kept re s t. for several
moWth, efeantigi great snsation when it
a finally became known. The bride soon af
ter left the stage, and has since lived quiet
ly with heir husband in the city.
f At midnight Capt. IPred Pabst and his
. son. Gustav Pabst, calleld at all of the news
t paper offices and denied einphatically that
there was any truth Il the horsewhipping
story. Col. Gustav Pabst'sald: "My wife
I did not strike me. There 'was no* alteica
tion, and there is absolatelyv no truth in the
BOUGHS AT THEI PiIMARIES.
The Diprepatable Element Try to Ran
- Things at Chicago.
, Bruised, battered and bleeding, the -con
r tending c.ty and county actions In yester
C day's republican prmaries at Chicago re
tired from the field of conflict to take brief
rest preparatory to fighting the battle to a
finish In loday's conwention. - Bath 'fadtions
Broken heads and blackened eyes in more
than a score of primary districts attested
the fierceness of the battle waged between
the city and county factions for control of
the convention and for supremacy in the
e local party organization. Never. beforJ U
Is said, In the history of Cook county were
such scenes enacted as were witnessed at
many of the polling places in the first, see
cnd. third. fifth. sixth, seventh, ninth, tenth,
twelfth, twenty-third and thirtieth wards.
r The disreputable element, irrespeetive of
party politics, was attracted to the polls by
the bitter partisan surroundings, the thug
gery, bulldozing, rioting, rifling'f'ballot
boxes, wrecking of polling booths and ter
rorism in general were the result.
The result of the riots at many of the
polling places- will be made ma fest In the
convention. There will be contesting dele
gations from the wards mentioned, and the
bitterness aroused by the events of- the day
will seriously Interfere with the prospects
At a late hour last night the returns
showed that the county'faction would have
a majority of 600 in today's convention.
Spains Caban Polley.
A Madrid cablegram states that the
f Canovas government will give full effect
r to the law of Abaransa. This law, which
was passed by the cortes before the rebel
lion broke out, gives Cuba a measure of
e home rule, and wa, accepted by the Cuban
e deputies in the cortes as a substantial ad
vance toward home rule. Senor Sagasta;
leader of the liberal party in Spain, has
taken firm ground for a ~moderate, broad
gauge policy In Cuba, and, advanced am his
policy is, It -will have the indorsement of
f the Canovas- cabittet. -
a Shot the Man Who Dlischasrgedi Hisa.
s A sensational shooting took - place lest
night at the Oliver's 9th street mill, South
side. Pittsburg; resulting in the-fatal ishoet.
- ing of Timothy Rowley, and the dangerous
t wounding of William Scott by -William
- Leonard. Leonard,- whose home is in New
lerg, Ohio, came to Plttsburg about a year
aago and was -employed -by -Rowley as -a
helper in the mill, but was dicharged in
May last. Yesterday he bought a 32-caliber
revolver and said he would kill Rowley be
,fore night. 'He went to the' mill and called
Rowi aside, and at once fired a bullet
r Into t 'e latte's abdomen,iildfng CWb6i64
which must prove fatal.
Big Money for- an i. gnation.
A little exercise of your . Imagination
may he worth five hundred dollars In gold
-to you. -Read ae-:particulars in another
-- column of The str's great mystery story,
-- "When the War Was Over," by Frederfek
r Miss Della Stevens of Base., Mass.
Wries I have always .sufered fo
various remedies, and many reliable phy
.mielans, but none relieved me. After
taig ots of
am very grateful
e to youz, a. 1 feel
litht it saved me
-from a lUfe of ,un
r told agoa. sand
e shall take pleasmve
word tor the woderful med
enand In reecinmending it to all.
.1 Blood and Skis
frto any ad
Dia ram ssle
r, SWIFT SPECIFIO t.,- Atlanta, Ge.
The St. PaulPs Tra Potpone.
The steamship St.- Paul started for a pre
liminary run yesterday of Massachusetts.
but abandoned the trial because of the bad
priming of the boilers. The failure of the
boilers to work properly was due to the fact
that the water from the Delaware river,
with which they were filled before the ship
left Philadelphia, was brackish. This was
not discovered until after the trip was
abandoned. The boilers will be washed out
today, and the ofcWial .trial will probably
take place tomorrow.
Stories for Saturday.
Saturday's Star will contain complete an
other of Anthony -Hope's charming Ils of
the heart of Princess Osra, entitled "The
Love of the Prince of Glottenberg." In ad
dition. theje will be prinited the concluding
portion of the story, "The Foundry Fore
man," by J. H. Connelly. which is -one of
The Star's series of daily stories.
AUCTION RALE OF DEIRABLE BUSINES
AND tESIDIaNCE PROPEIRTIES BEbNGING
TO THE ESTATE OF THE LATE SAMUEL
'NOtMENT, IN VARIOUS SECTIOOS OF THE
CITY OF WASHINGTON. DISTRICT OF 00
As trustees nder the wil of Samuel Norment,
deceased, and by virtue of Its prisions, the n
dersigned will offer for sale, at public auction, in
front of the respective premises, on the days and
at the hours hereinafter mentioned. the following
real estate, with the improvements thereon and
the appurtenances thereto belonging, lying and
situate mI, hety of Washington, in the lstrict
of Coltumbia, viz.:
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER FOURTEENTH, 1815.
at the hour of HATF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,
a part of subl't a in square 575, frotiug the
Peace monument at the west side of the U. S.
Capitol building, and improved by house and store
numbpered 105 on the Circle and Pennsylvania ave
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER FIFEEENTH, 1895,
at the same hour, the original lot 12 in square 426.
fonting 58 feet by a depth of 4)5 feet. on the west
side of Seventh street between "" and "N''
streets northwest, and improved by tree nearly
briek stores and dwellings, mumbered 12M
and 24M on Seventh street.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SIXTEENTH. IS^
at the same hour, the sublot V7 In the ae
(18 feet front by 100 feet deep% to as-alley), I
proved by a three-story brick owelling numbered
217 "M" street northwest;
On the SAME DAY as last aforesaid, ;.t the hour
of FIVE O'CLOCK 'M., the original at 29, in
square 73,- containing 5,Y10 square feet - f ground,
more or less, having a frontage of lifty -&even feet
on the south side of "'" street between Twenty
first and Twenty-second streets northwest, now Imi
red by two fraune dwellings numbered 2102 and
04 on said 'L" street,
On THURSDAY, OCTOBER EVENTEENTH,
1895, at the hour of HAT-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M., the sublets 135 and 136, in square 93. each
fronting IS feet by a depth of 60 feet on the east
bide of Twenty-first street between 'Q" and "It"
streets northwest, each lot being improved by a
three-story dwelling, with modern improvemeats
and conveniently auranged, the houses Being num
bered 15 and 1617 on said Twenty-irat street;
Terms of sale: One-fourth of the purchase muoey
of- th respective parcels sold to be paid in cash
on the day of sale, or within ten (10) days there
after, and the residue in equal Installments at one,
two and three years from the day of sale, to bear
interest therefrom -at the rate of 6 per cent per
annum until paid, payable semi-annually, the de
ferred payments ta be represented by the promis
sory notes- of the purehasers, secured by deeds ct
trust on the several parcels in the usual and or
dinary form, and policies of insurance on the build
ings to the satisfaction - of the trustees, or the
purchasers may, at their option, pay all cash.
Terms of sale to be complied with within ten
(10) days from The 'day of sle, and, on failure of
any purchaser to so comply, the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at the ria and Cost
of the defaulting purchaser or purchasers. A de
posit of $200to e made on the acceptance of each
bid, and all conveyancing and recording to be at
the cost of the several purchasers.
JAMES S. EDWARDS, Trustee,
500 5th at. n.w.
CLARENCE F. NORMIENT, Trustee,
Central National Bank.
THOMAS DOWLING & CO.,
- Auetioneers. eS-eneds
0., G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONES, 1407 0 ST.
(Successors to Latimer & Moan.)
Large and attractive dale of
New and Second - hand
"Furniture of all kinds
within our sales rooms,
- 1407 G st., Saturday, Oc.
tober Fifth, 1895, at Ten
CONSISTING OF OAK. WALNUT AND MAPLE
BED-it4tM SUITES. OAK-FitAME SHOW CASES,
HANID-OSIE MIRItOR-FICONT FOLDING 11E), IN
OAK. FNTENSION TABIES. OAK CHINA CLO
ESI. 1lt)0K CASE. WAIDiROBES, FLAT-TOP
DESKs. H ALL RACKS, SIDE4t+ARDS. OAK BU
REAUS, DINING ROOM CHAIBS, FANCY ROCK
ENtS. REFltlGEIL4LIOIL, Sr'WESi. MArTitES;ES,
SItINGS, TOILET WARE. CARPETS. RUGS, OIL
CLOTH. ECOING UTENSILS, CHINA WARE.
ALSO. AT TWELVE M..
1 Goat, guaranteed kind and gentle; Horses. cae
rians, hme set Coupa Hurness.
03-2t C. G. SLOAN & CO.. Aucta.
DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEER&
PEREMPTOitY SALE OF FINE BUILDING WDT
ON '"P STREET BETWEEN 14TH AND T1TH
TRENN' NORTHWESr, FRONTING TWENTY
TWO FET. -
ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON,OCTOBER EIGHTH,
AD. 195, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., we will sell,
in front of the premises.
IAyI~ 101, IN SQUARE 181.
This lot fronts 22 feet on P street and has a
depth of 125 feet to a 20-foot alley. A very de
sirable building lot.
Terms: $2,400 to remain on, the property until
August 23, 1897. One-half of-the amount over the
$2,400 in cash, the other half in one year. Notes,
to be secured by deed of trust on the property,
hearing 6 per cent interest, payable seml-annually,
or arrngements might be made to pay all cash.
A deposit of $200 -ured at time of sale. Convey
aneing, &c., at purehser's cost. Terms of sale to
be complied with in fifteen days from date of sale,
otherwise.the right reserved to resell the property
at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after
,Ave days' advertisement of such resale in some
newspaper published in Washington, D. C.
By order of the heirs.
et3-d&ds DUNCANSON BROS., Aucts.
THOMAS DOWLING & 00., AUCTIONEER.
612 B at. n.w.
WTUSTEEi' RALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
LOT ON WILLARD STREtir BETWEEN 17TH
AND 15TH STIEETS NORTHWEST, WASH
INGTON, D. C.
Default having occurred under the provisions of
a deed of trust, dated September 16, 1892, and re
corded In LIber 1715, folio 327 et seq., of the land
records of District of Columbia, by request of she
parties secured thereby. the undersigned will offer
for sale, in front of the premises, on TUESDAY
Ot'rOBER FIFTEENTH, 1895, at HALF-PAS
FOUR P.M., sublot 110, in square 151, Washuggton,
erms of sale: One-third cash, ofie-third in one
year and one-third in two years, deferred payments
to hear interest at the rate of six -per cent per
annum, ln-yable semi-anmnally, and be secured by
deed of trust, or all cash, at purchaser's option.
A deposIt of $200 at time of sale, Conveyancing
at purchaser's coat. Terms of sale to be comn
plied with in ten days, or resale at purchaser's
EDWARD T. STELLWAGEN, Trustee,
1324 F at. ..w.
FREDERICK B McGUIRIE, Trustee,
oe3-eo&ds 1d19 G st. n.W.
THOMAS DOWLING & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
812 E st. o~w.
HORSES. LANDAU. VI('TORIAS. PH-AETONS.
SURREYS, BUGGlES, ROAD WAGONS, DOG
CARTS, &C., AT AUCTIO.N.
ON MONDAY. OCTOBERt SEVENTH, 1895. AT
TEN O'CLOCK A.M., we will sell at the livery
stable No. 328 New Jersey are. n.w., opposite B.
and 0. depot, one very handsome and stylish match
pair dun pnes, one fine diving bay .mare, cue
sor-ret geldn, very fast: cue bay gelding, good
driver; one landau, two victorlas, one phaeono,
one surrey, two buggies, one read wagon, one dog
cart, to be sold witnout rese'rre. Te-nms caane.O3-3(
DUNCANSON BROS5., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON
TEE EAST SIDE OF SEVENTH STREET ROAD.
By virtue of a deed of trust to us, duly recorded
in LIber 1910. follo 451 et seq., of the land reords
of the District of Columbia, we will, at the re
quest of the holder of the notes secured thereby,
sell at pblic auction. in front of the premises, on
FRIDAY. THED ELEVENTH DAY OF OCTOBER,
A.D. 1895 AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,
the followiur described hal estate, situate in the
county of Washington, District of -Columbia, to
witt All that certain picee or piarcel of and and
premises known and dIstingished as and beng
Irt of a tract of land cled "Girl's PortIon,
bigpart of the farm of the late Abner C. P.
Shb~emaker, beginnIng at a stone at the southwest
corner of said farm and the art hereby described
and on the east side of the fth at. road, and run
ning thence along said road north 4 degrees 521
minutes. east one hundred and ninety-two (lot
feet and eighty-six hundredths f.86) of a foot to a
staone; thence leaving said road due east fifteen
hundred and fifteen 41,515) feet and forty hun
dredths (.40) of a foot to a stone on the west side
of a public road; thence along the west side of said
road south 21 degrees 6 minutes east three hundred
and twenty-four (32d) feet and fifty-six hundredths
(.56) of a foot to a levy court atone at the intersec
tIon of the west side of Piney Branch and Blai
roads; thence along the west side of Plney Branch
road south 28 degrees 16 aminutes west six hundred
and seventy-nIne (879) feet and eighty hundredths
(.80) of a foot to a stone; thence leaving the Piney
Branch road rnorth 61 degrees t3% minutes, west
fifteen hundred and four (1,504) feet and thirty hun
. dredths (.30) of a foot to the begInning, together
with all and singular the bim eementa, rights,
ways, easements, privIleges adappurtenances to
the came belonging or is anywise appertanlng.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase monnly
in cash, the balance in one and two years. at 6
per cnt per annum interest, payable semi-annually,
notes secured by deed of trust upon the property
sold, or all cash, at option of purchaser. A de
posit of $100 required at time of sale. All eon
veynun and recording at coat of purchaser.
Terms of sae to be complied wIth within ten days
from date of sale, otherwIse the trustees reserve
the right In resell the property at the risk and cost
of the defaulting prchaser, after five days' no
tiee of such resale b advertmn in aome news
paper published in Wshington, D. C.
ALBERT A. WILSON,
5OH N B. T ARNE~
se.6-dada- gmas gP et
Bear in mimi that Dr. Walker quickly relieve
and M y crs all forms of nervous -
Young or middle-aged men sufering from the el
Seets, of their owar fIpllee. vices, or excesses, a
those who feel their aenthful vigor and power di
ellnisg. slssid..cnsult..Dr. Walker. who has hee
the means of restoring hnndedu of Iuch unfortu
mates to health, strength ad ha es
Dr. Walher may be onsld free of chargi
r ssaly.,o by letter. His well-nwn aitat
at 1417 Pesasyivanla aveui, adjoining WE
lard's Hotel. Is open dafy for eensultation as
treatment. Olce bours. 40 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Wed
needay and Satrday eveni, 7 to 8; sundays
10 to 12.
Charges frte ir a"t very low.
fdentlu eo thout consen
DUNCANSQN 504., AUCTIONEiRS.
EXNIUOIL AD T 3 SALE OF VALU.
H" =RFARWW TE ON ASA
CHUSETTS AVENUE BETWEEN 17TH AND
18TH STREETS 1MRTHWI'T: ON N STRlEET
BETWEEN 1TIM AND 1TH STREETS: AL(
SLKTEEN BUILDING LOTS FRONTING 0)
ONTARIO AVENUE AND SUPERIOR STREET
MERIDIAT iLT. .
By virtue of the will of Jobh B. Taylor. de
cased, nd by virntue o leeees of the Supremi
Court of the DId .ot of lumbi. zassed In eeIuhty
eause numbered dodet 37. T shall sell -O
THURSDAY, THE- DAY OF 0 BER, A
D. 1895, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.t in of the
premises, the west tweny (20) f front by the
d thereof of lot numbered 5. In square 157.
sptperty has a front of twenty (20) feet an
Mschusetts avenue and a depth of about en
unmdredn thirt se 1 c7 ee to an aller.
ON TA SAE 00%n~?O AT ItALF-AST
FIVE O'CLOCK I shall sell In freAt of the prem
!es, the West twenty-four (24) feet six 441 1 eh1
frout by an average depth of, one hundred and
twenty-nine (11U) feet to a thirty (W) foot alley, at
lot 6, square 15. -
This property fronts on N street near the corner
of 18th street.
ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER POURT
A. D. I15, COMMENCING AT HALF-PAST POUE
CLOCK, ;n front of the preises I shall sell loti
nnmberel'56. 51, 52 I 4* Kn 57. &S?. 59. ft 6
, 6 6 sad 2in ini and Geoe W
s of Mnnt Pleasant snow called
Meridian Hill), as per recorded in liber Con
ty No. S, 2o 136, at e eiies of the surveyor al
the District of Columbia.
Terms of sale: On-third cash,. balance Is ass
and two years. at 6 per cent per om in
payable seml-aanually smece by deed ot tra
upon the pretty sH, ot- all cash, at option at
purchaser. e ept b te property ionsted In
square 17. apon--M rh terms wil ae: $5,1
at 0 cent to remain antil May 1, 1907, balam
en lot cash. -A deposit of $200 will he utred
upon each lt tn squars 157 and 135, mal o 104
on each of the lots on Merist Hill. Conreyncin&
&c., it edst of pmrchaser. Terms of sale to b
complied with in I5 days from dte of sale, *thes
wise executor and trustee reserves the rigt to re
sell the property at the risk and cost of defalting
purchaser- after dwe days' advertisement of me
resale in some newsaor uiblished In Washington
D. C. .RECKINUIDGFL
Executer and Trustee.
H. B. WEBB. Attorney. sell-dad
C. G. SLOAN & CO.. AUCIN.. 1407 G ST.
(Succelsoo to Latimer & Sloan).
HANDSOME ANTIQUE OAK RODING BED
WITH MitRRO FRONT AND HAIR MAT
TREN; FINE WALNUT WARDROBE, ODI
IllC11 CHAMBER FURNITURE, BRUiEL1
RUGS AND CARPET, FANCY ROCKERS
PICTURES, WALNUT DESK, DAVIS SEWIN(
MACHINE, HAIR CLOTH PARLOR surM
OAK AND WALNUT CHAMBER SUITEM
HAIR L ATiTEFS, PILIDWS AND BIOL
ST BLANKETS, SHRMS AND 'PDAIJS
SHDEBOARD ASO 3G TOR N
-GLASS WARE, T' Ow COOKING UTENSILS
On FRDAY, OCI'OBER FOURTH, 3895, AT TEN
A.M., at r4sdmee No. 20? C street northwest, w<
wfil eell the entire contents, as partly mentioned
oe2-2t 0. G. SDAX A 0., Aioaera.
TWO CAR LOADS.
On SATURDAt OCTOBER FIPI, at ur ame
ties - stables, U- LIth siteet northwest, J. T
Wilono, fom jobeatoun, Pa., will sell some good
draors 'an work het ra.
A lead from Pittsburg, Pa.-some good all-around
Six Railroad Horses. Ten Horses cmigned fren
parties in Virginia.
Home, Wagen -sad Harnese. Six-pasnege
Wages.. Several cheap Wagons and Buggles.
ALL to be SOLD to the highest bidder.
Magrath & Kennelly,
ocS-2t AUCTIONE'S 211 11th st. uw.
DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEER&
TRUSTEE'S SALE- OF TWO-STORY RICE
DWElING, NO. 208 R ETREET N.W., AND)
FRAME D eWILING ON T STREET NORTH.
WERT. NEAR LINCOLN AVENUE.
bUnter last w& virtimof sithlority in wevse
by tlast testament of John )Iontgom,
ery, deeaned, which was admitted to probate by
the Supreme Court of the DIstrict of Columbia
holding a special term for Orphans' Court hnslueW
on November 24, 1893, and recorded in Volume 34
page 426. of the records of said court, I will ofge
for al~ in front of -the pronises, on WEDNESDAY
(,CTOR NINTH. AD. 1595. AT FIVE O'CLOLE
P.M., The following described real estate, situah
is the-dty ct-WaShinttn. W wit:
The east 16 feet 7 itchbes front on "R" street a
lot numbered IT, in square numbered 551. by the
deptb, 130 feet. containing 2,13.5-4 square feet a
groand. and Improved by a substantial two-story
pro-a brick house.contaleing 5 remns.
AIO, ON THE SAND DAY, AT HALF-PAST
FIVE O'CLOCK P.W.. I wilr efer for sale, in front
of the premises, the following described real ctate,
to wit: Part of lot numhered d.cntaining 309 square
feet of ground. and part of lot numbered 7, contain,
Ing 1,250 sq. feet of ground, all in McLaughlin's re
corded snbdivision of the estate of Georg W
Keating. and located near the corner of Lincob
avenne and T at. n.w., and improved by a com
fertable frame dwelling bouse containing 5 roman
fronting on T street.
Terms of- sale: One-third of the porehase mane,
to 'be idd- In cash, mN the balance In equal in
etallments of 1 and 2 years, recured by deed o
trust on the property. with interest at d per cen
per annum until paia, or all cash, at the option a
the purchaser. A deposit of $100 wilt be require
at the time of sale. on each p of property
Terms of sale to be complied vit, in dfteen dey
fran day of sale. otherwise the trustee reserve
the right to resell the property at the risk an
cest of defenltnir purchaser after 5 days' adver
tisement. All ennveyancing at the saer's cost
CH.ID F. MONTGOA Y. Trmutes.
A G. SLOAN '00., AVC1ONE'RS, 1407 G IT
Executors' Sale of
Listed and Unlisted Stocks
Of John L. Vogt, Deceased,
By virtue of ine order of the Probate Conurt, data
Septembier 20, 195, no, the undersigned executers
will offer ftr sale, at public auction, WII)NDAY
OCTOBER NINTH. 1695, AT EEVEN O'CLOCE
A.M., at the auctbes reoms et G. . SOan A Cs.
the following stoehs.
10 SHARESR OF THE WADSORO BBOWI
STONE CO., 2 SH ARn HAGERSIDWN FLOUR
ING MILL (0., 50 SHARnn BRASHER'S PAR
LAOR AND SLEEPING CAR CO. OF BALTI
' MitE, M.t, 100 sl~hk-a CLIMAX CASH REO
ISTERL 00. OF BALTIORE, S SHARER CO
LUMBinA CASE CO., 2 SHARliB BAKERS' CO
OFERATIVE A290CIATION (250 EACH),
SHARES GLYMONT IMPROTEMENT AND EK
CURSIt CEI. S1) SHARER NATIONAL CAPI
TAL BREWING 00., 50 SHARER HOMD
PLA~T 'd1R3 N~ib 1NSURAN(Z CO., al
SHAR11R 01JO) I);ATIONAL BAltK STOlE
5O SH AIO RI1GS FERE INSURANCE CO., 21
SHanER nar51EC-TITLE INSURANCE C.
36 CERTIFICATEiB OF $5 RACH OF' THn
GEMAir LU'fEIZRI EVA.NGurLCA L CON
COirDIA CHURCH OF WASHINGTON, D.C.,
32dd'ltfT'llli."6, FOR $50 OF THE]
WADE8BORO BROWN STONE CO., 1 CERTIF
IOATE OF MEMBERSHIP (FACE VALUE
25), MITHRAS Lar)415 PERFECION, NO. I
A. A. B. R., 03' WASHINGTON, D. C,, AN!
-1 CENETIEICAITE, -NO. .2B, FOR po50 OFTH
BAER' CO-OERTIVE AfSerCAXrrnN (IN
.P S1Eflt CENT).
Terms cash. -CHAS. GRAFF,
FE. C. .GIRmEKING,
CARL 5. F. GRAFF, Exenters.
Attoraey fior Executom,
seISdtsa 22 4% at, n.w.
TitUS~tli21 BALE OF A TilitE-STR0EY- AN!
CELLrA R BRiCK DWELLING, BSNOWN AS190i
G STREET NORTHWELST.
By virtue Of i certain deed of trust, reoerded I
IAber -No, 1966,"fbHU '276 et seq., one of the is
records of the District of Columbia, and at tin
request of the holder of 'the notes secured theresby
we will sol. atpbe antics, in frost of th
9:e en UW FO CTR E TEN'TH
15 HAL'CLOCK P.M., lb
felwnt declh. ren t ewith the improve
District of Columbia, to wit: Lt 35in ol
Caswel's-eubdivlslsiof 5ot4- In square 12, as sal,
sutlvision is reorded in the ealce of the stur
veyor of the Disitet of Colombia, In book 15
page, 115; raid property will he sold subject to .
vertain de4of trust - of $5,660, parttolars *
wl-ich will hegiven at the time of sale.
Terms of sale: One-third of the parchmase me:
in excess of above maneoined deed of trust to bs
rd incash, alance In two eqal installment
n~si an twlvemonths from dyof sale, witi
Interest at 6 er cent per mnm, payable semi
annually, or alcash, at. the oton of the pur
el-eser. A deposit of $100 will herequired at lb
time of sale. Al r~esordhIg and conveyaneial
at a coat. Terms of sale to he esm
wtw iti fteen days fromn day of sate o
tetrustees' reserve the right to resell at th
ris end cost of dfuting porchaser.
WHITZEFED M fILY,
RA-rTOUPE armener di W. Lins. seR ab
- VVIE DAY&
THOMAS DOWIMN & M ., A 0fmem1m
4128 Et. .
To besold at public Auction:
Gill's Candy Store, Cor.
ifth & F Sts. N. W.. The
above old and thoroughly
established Candy Store,
Stock, Fixtures, good
will, with privilege of
five years' lease.
-TWELEO'(.c IW Wl L
WITHIN TM A1D1'' AI X.
FIVEI YEABW IAJ~ GilL'S CANDY
ODERCKWIAND 3' arEM~
NOmWET. THE mI EE AM OM
PLEVC AND THE STURMB VULY tJN
A RE OtT JI TO ANY ONE WUM
ING TO) MNGAGE 12% THE DIUiJN go LOND9
ONTINIME ON THN POPULAR "O.!EI
IT WIL BE SOL AS A WHOI(.
TERMS CASH. It
M. I. LATIMER & G., AUCn5ONom.
NO coNN1C1ON WIrTH " O1ER HOUNK
I=2 AND 1=1 0 ST
"Elegant Furniture out of
' "At Auction."
A SPLENDID 00IlJCTON oF HOUtiSEHOD E
FJLIBAN CiIEI FROM (AE OF TUE
LARGE WRAIE WA.MOEGM WILL H
SOD AT PUBLIC AUCTON. OX SATURDAY
.Hit~ FIFTH Look, (XInaiNO it
- TENh O'CLO(C, AT OUR AUCTION ROOM,
129 AND 1231 GQ bfEI|r. THIs IS A EK
OSIPYLONALLY FIND COLLECTIox or Fun.
N *"MEAND PATIE F"ENOMHG WOULD
DO WELL TO ATTEND mE SAlE
N.B.-4Iarpets will be arranged and aediem aur
aacloes S~d ewr. -Send In your ulmet
for this .i. ,1.11.. t
- BATCLM SUTTON ag &g NXIS..
(Incceoors to Rtate Is a ooj.
TRUBTEE8 SAL OF A VERY VAWABLE N.
THM Y LOCATED THEEVEM|ET AND
5AS. AE T BIC-K uOUduIC P. .
o mr NOtTHWEST t Ilm.
BY ietue 1 a deet of te and ema Ct 411
te District of cinmr, psmed in emmby Cdam
No. 'a=I metier at &1. vs. King at a41.. L th
udered te se, will a bru, at ubtism
auctiod. In front f the te iesa tr
T E EVNTNTH DAY 'EOEE.
TSI9 AT HAAL -PASF FOUR OMXA P P. the
foUMoIng doeaihed togl estate, situate in the city
of Washingto, District of 1sBia, at to W11 Te
east nineteen (IN) feet and tion sad oe-half (10W)
Sft t byte depth 41 g
inal ot nmered Sts (315) Is Squsare suado
four hundred and Sift-mven (41T). tagetbor withm
all the l12"Venrents. etc
d- aspescribed semiby the d=e. an
third of the pucase money it ca.m Me red
due In two equal .m b a t.r a n t
Yswte With a It the
rate of six per :ent per esh, scred by deed o
trust on the property sold. or all cash. at opIo
of the purchaser. AdimttfIM ,' -spa
c f d id. It oaka t as.
"-days - day c s the tmon
tees reserve the right tofmel dis aquerep at the
rs , and Pat of the defaulting pun after am
days' advertising Isn settowpaper paimlshed inm
Washingtona . C. AM oa"asaing Lad thgah
ing at the Prreamias est v
o2-d.de 4 No.StI 4% t. L.
TXUTI'EU HAIR Or VA.AIXRLE ARIZ PROP
UTY KNOWN AS No.i of Co
FOR T1IW WAMMEiDSTO. D.C.
Or virtueofaadeed of trust. dolysii
1944 fal2 4et seq t l e
the D2stic of CAinSda, we will Sael,. at them-w
qarat of the Party seued thetelmr. at pbic m
sei., in tt of the presis . th. D e nua
WhIFTT t DAY of OCTOatR, LMa
FOUR O'CLOC P. all2 theyt tktla la-i
terest of harle T ao n to the fdlese
dtnrhed re2l estate sad pmie s o IN te
ety of Wsh2ngtrin Distaei 51 9emita,
'd~intdan mhists etsd truetre. (14). Or
ken 15) m2d srle 30 In r e ame mrmd
oP hundred aInd etr ree (M Sect to a
certel ainobean, the summt of w eb wE. he
stated at tinu of saltRI- e wit amlOl the INI
JtrematSM WaMa easessnta. d1=4,pdfl
and epprtemcwes to the 4aeanSgg or In
"anigapertaiing, a r all the easnte, eIdK
r7 ""or otheri -P. however Memolde idg tl
Term of s: be-thd cash .. eal.sa
ft e and tm "ras, with Notes to be"r4 Ver, cue
rLienatjranu-m- payable mmle" wag
sit'orawre'bydeed at tru upom mi
all Inof A
of iv isudeddollars required at tI or Sal&
AU corE aE anL recording at cast of par.
ch~xer Ten of msle to he euaiid with within
ten, otherwise the .Em. aso teheve the rigt
to s e pnert at the ri h and est of the
difaulting purchaser, after give days' ai&Wuoment
of such resale in s .eam newspaer publIshd In
Wash :mtea D. C.
JONX R. LAR.
oclMdbb D*rriS F St. L.
3L. IL LATIMER & O. AtwXI.GinW
IDO AND H U' Ea o
* BY Catalomue.
Trustees' Sae of Valuale
&c. and Plant of the
Co pany at- Premises
NO. 461 C Street North.
west, in theCity of Wash
ington, District of Co.n
be vitde of a deed ft dated Aug t
Kh and recorded i lmer .
er, of the lnd records . the D=anC fI
Wis we will, an trustees, sell, at public actin.,
in detal, to the highest Uidder thereor. t, e
pamsa Numbered 461. on C aboust masreea. -ft
the city at Washlupua, Dis'"ic of 4bluala. n
MONDAY. THE ENR -DAT or ocrosm,6
1M AT TE r CLC AW the A o in aet
Id:16 1 39z:40 Potter 1'rs, I Si=Z ,eto I'ea
Mheidan FPaye Cutter, 1 tumllng P~ea.1Be
2:n*P|esse||". 4 5 Pintin
Sdone 1 3.4P SamPn fts I a Mang
=t~e 1 26z42 Printing, Sae. 31 U21S P48 t
Stem 124 19312151~u~,I ~ZIhatn
Stne IGM~ Pritn 253Irvd t
lan Patd.h. tuigM~ ir
W-thapahisg.Lon-We and El~n e
a a Tind frUesdA