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SUCCESS AT LAST
Ihe Free Public Library to Be Prop
erly Maintained.
HALF-AND-HALF PRINCIPLE INVIOLATE
House and Senate Differences
Were Adjusted Satisfactorily.
\ LONG, HARD FIGHT
The Free Public Library of the District
of Columbia Is at last established on a lirin
foundation. The District appropriation bill
about to become a law contains an appro
priation for the maintenance of this insti
tution, which, though small, is yet sufficient
to effect a beginning of the work and to
insure a continuance of th3 library upon
the proper financial basis In accordance
with the spirit and the letter of the organic
act of 1h7?, which divides all the municipal
expenditures equally between the general
government and the District. This end was
tonally accomplished on Monday, when the
conferees on the District bill reported to
their respective houses a failure 10 agree
upon the amendment as it stood in issue.
The Senate insisted upon its original
amendment providing for the library, and
upon its disagreement to the action of the
House incorporating in the amendment a
provision for the consolidation of the de
partmental libraries with Ihd free public li
brary. To this action the House later as
Bentrd. withdrawing its amendment rela
tive to the departmental libraries, and thus
the matter was permitted to pass from The
fidd of conference into the text of the bill
soon to become a law.
In its present shape the appropriation pro
vision reads as follows:
-Free Public Libra ry: For librarian,
fl first assistant librarian. second
assistant librarian. $7t?; and for rent, fuel,
light, fitting up rooms and other contin
gent expenses, in all,
A Vital Principle Involved.
This is a small item to cause the con
liovirsy that has raged about it ior three
entire sessions of Congress, yet it has in
I'olved a principle so vitally affecting the
welfare of the District of Columbia that
Ihe success attending its accomplishment
has been well worth the labor, lima and
Ihcrught txpended upon it. As it stands it
a victory for the fundamental principle
of the government's fiscal relations to the
national capital. Had this principle been
burrender-d by the advocates of the li
brary the measure establishing that insti
tution and providing for it in an ample
manner would long ago have become a law.
But throughout the effort to secure the
creating law and the maintaining appro
priation there has bsen no suggestion of
withdraw il by the friends of the plan from
their high plane of fidelity to the organic
act. and thus the securing of the appropria
tion. small though it is and in some re
spects insufficient for the best purposes of
the library, is a most satisfactory vindica
tion cf th? steadfast opposition of the li
brary's fri-nds to all suggestions of a com
promise j utting all the expense upon the
District, in violation of the organic act.
Started by the lloaril of Trade.
The movement for the creation c f the li
brary was begun by communications and
editorials in The Star, and was continued
by the board of trad*, to which organiza
tion belongs much of the credit of carrying
through the fight for the municipal book
collection, which the capital has always
lacked and demanded, in the win er of
a special committee of the board of
trade was appointed to take this subject in
charge. This committee made report at a
meeting of the board held March 'Si, iv.>4,
signed by Tneodore \Y. Noyes, chairman;
James T. DuBols, Daniel Murray, John G.
Ames, Frederick McGuire. George E. Km
mons and Simon Wolf. In the course of
that report, which was unanimously adopt
ed. the lack ol a municipal library was
noted with emphasis, attention being di
rected to the fact that in this respect
Washington, the capital city of a nation re
nowned for its love of *ducation and its de
votion to the best Interests of the people of
all classes, was without such a book e-oilec
tion as was to be found in a majority of
the small cities and towns of such states
as Massachusetts and others of the com
monwealths. Pointing out the evident ad
vantages of the municipal library the report
continued:
"What Carlyle sought fcr eacn English
county town, and what many*0nglish and
American villages now enjoy, the national
capital lacks and seeks to obtain. It is
fast beeoming the rept'blic's educational
center. Universities are founded in rapid
succession within its limits. But the great
free library university, for those whom
I-iJicoln lovingly called the common peo
ple. is yet to i..- created. According to
the statistics there are much more than a
million books in the semi-public libraries of
Washington?about a twentieth of all in
the republic; and when these have been
apportioned among the citizens after the ,
methods of statisticians it appears thati
the District ^orkingman has fourteen^
t'mes as many public U>oks as the average
American. And the only ditliculty is that
he cannot possibly make anj use of them
whatsi ever.
" The resident in the more elevated sec
tions of Washington who could get no wa
ter on the upper fio>r. of his house, and
\ery little on any floor, saw countless gal
lens wasted in the departments, in foun
tains and otherwise, and learned from sta
tistics that he and the other citizens were,
in per a pita average of gallons daily
used. among the largest consumers of wa
ter in the country. The population of the
capital, credited with fourteen times their
uue proportion of books, and without a
sir gle available lending library, with read
ing rooms open at night, without even the
command of books enjoyed by the working
people of little northern and western
towns, detect a similar mockery in th-.;
library statistics. No satisfactory substi
tute either for actual water or actual
In oks is furnished by complimentary sta
t-sties.
Want Auii?l?t Plenlv.
"The department libraries at the capital
centain nearly ^tiu.uuo volumes, accessible
only to a few employes of the government,
and closed to them early in the afterne>on.
The vast wealth of reading matter in the
Congressional I-ibrary is practically out of
reach of the workingmen and school chil
dren, owing to the hours of opening and
ctosing and the conditions placed upon the
enjoyment of its privileges. Not one of
the great government collections is open
in ihe evening, when alone the great mass
of the people can use the books. There ar?>
fifty-two libraries in the District, each con
taining otcr 1.006 volumes, and not one of
th.-m is a free lendlrg library, with a read
ing room open at n:ght for the benefit of
the general public. Such an institution is
the most urgent need of the national cap
ital. Viewing this ocean of more than a
million books, spread tantalizingly before
th-rn, the workingmen, the school 9I1II
?lren. the government clerks, the great
n ass of the citizens of Washington, thirs
ty for the knowledge which comes from
itading. may well exclaim with the An
cient Manner:
" 'Water, water everywhere, nor any drop
to drink.'
**A great national reference library for
the world's scholars does not prevent in
other capitals the existence e?f numerous
popular libraries, and should not In Wash
ington. 'In L?<>ndon, where the British
Museum, with its vast library of over two
million volumes, is s*Till sacred to scholars,
there are thirty local libraries, in addition
to many special libraries, open to various
classes of students. In Paris, where the
great national library is only open to read
ers well armed with credentials, there are
sixty-four popular libraries, while Berlin
bas twenty-five.'
Thirty-Three Thousand Children.
"To meet the absolute necessity of books 1
as working adjuncts in the public schools,
?mail libraries have been formed in con- !
nectlon with some of the buildings, and
the High School has a very creditable col
lection. But to complete and perfect its
educational system, already so admirable,
by adding the people's free university to
the free school. Washington absolutely
needs the proposed public library as an aid
to the development of intelligent men and
? (Continued on Fifteenth Page.)
DISPATCH FROM DEWEY.
He S?r? There ia No Change la tk*
Situation.
The Navy Department ha? received the
following cablegram from Admiral Dewejr,
supposed to have been sent from Cavlte
June 23:
"No change in the situation since my tel
egram of June 17. Five German, three
British, one French and one Japanese men
of-war in port. The insurgents constantly
closing in on city. Arguinaldo. the insur
gent leader, with thirteen of his staff, ar
rived May 19 by my permission on the
Nanshan. He established himself at Ca
vite outside of the arsenal under the pro
tection of our guns and organized his army.
The progress of Arguinaido has been won
derful. He has invariably conducted the
war humanely. My relations with him are
cordial, but my conferences have generally
been only of a personal nature."
JiOMIXATlOJSS CONFIRMED.
Selection* for Army Officer* Approv
ed l?y the Senate.
The Senate in executive session made the
following confirmations yesterday:
William H. Monroe of West Virginia, to
be captain, 4th Regiment, Volunteer In
fantry.
Julius A. Schuelke of Wyoming, to be
assistant surgeon, with the rank of lieuten
ant. 3d Regiment, Volunteer Infantry.
First Regiment. Volunteer Infantry?First
Lieutenant Archibald R. Livingston, to be
captain.
Wolcott L. C. Beard of New York, to be
second lieutenant.
United States Volunteer Infantry, 2d
Regiment: To be lieutenant colonel?Sec
ond Lieutenant Haydon Y. Urubbs.
To be majors?Hugh N. Swain of Louis
iana, Mark M. Boatner of Louisiana.
To be first lieutenant?Paul J. Christian
of .Louisiana.
Third Regiment: To be captain?William
H. Cobb of Florida.
To be second lieutenant?Eddy B. Ste
vens of Georgia.
Seventh Regiment: To be chaplain?John
C. Hall of Iowa.
To be captains?Thomas R. Roemer of
Missouri, Adolph J. Jacobs of Missouri,
James J. Mayes of Missouri.
Eighth Regiment: To be assistant sur
geons. with the rank of lieutenant?William
^? Purnell of the District of Columbia,
Joseph L. Bell of Illinois.
Ninth Regiment: To be first lieutenants?
George N. Nelson of Louisiana. John T.
Beckham, sergeant; Sheldon L. Johnson of
Louisiana.
To be second lieutenants?Henry O.
Franklin of Louisiana. Edward H. Phil
lips of Louisiana, John C. Allen of Louis
iana.
Tenth Regiment: To be captain-William
R. \\ harton of Virginia.
Edwin W. Hurlbut of Colorado, to be
commissary of subsistence, with the rank
of captain.
I>ayid H. Glldersleeve of New Jersey, to
be first lieutenant. 2d Regiment, United
btates V olunteer Engineers.
Itodmond V. Beach of Connecticut to be
second lieutenant. 2d Regiment, United
Stales \ olunteer Engineers.
? HalTy?c- r>e Lano of New York, fo be
%e,Z?r"? "e,utf'na"t- 1st Regiment, United
otatcs \ olunteef Engineers
of c'al""?rnia. to be cap
teer Infantry ' L'n"ed States Volu""
Joseph C McCiure of South Carolina to
^ri-n T?"?'' ,"'1' ReS"nent. United
^ttites Volunteer Infantry
sCFoftzrytorbe~cFapUin'Catenant Fre(1*rl<*
fiSXm^mena,U E'mer IJndsIe* ?? be
ta!nsaF,r|Larr^-Fi7,' "eu,enants to hecap
Johnn fe.Tra ?0-.a Wiman. Black.
s *
r:
John S. Parke, jr. barren H. Cowles,
JoShn?Jd Hra'n'nantr>t0 be ftr8t lieutenants
Swhzer, Her en ?^u SeU,P Joh" S'
Ouv^r n.? ^ ' illianss, George D
ujer. William F. Grot&, William H H
Chapman. Herbert VT J,' ?, . "? "?
J*iks Afr?l w n" Royden. Isaac C.
js i.
from the
be_ additional*1 pa^ymasler.'' ?f >?? to
I?aniel IJ. McCann of Great Fall* \r^t
Alaska"^541" ?f the ,a"" offlct at Circfe
Ier'MTdd1e'ownCOnneCt,CUt-Geor^ Al
Missouri?C. M. Alger, Hannibal.
AUCTION SALES OF REAL ESTATE, Ac.
Today.
T, "'?n Br?* - ?"> ?"d r? sts. nw
Ti n?tees s,j i*? of ii*ji i> ,
Inn., -lit ?t a -n n.u\, on Thursday,
B Rh . P m- Luul* lK Wlne Clarence
B. Kheeni. tins:,^
A?" ? ??? P n.w.?Sale of
*:M, p^. " "" Tbur?,,,Jr. ??<">? 3?. ?t
IMncanson Bros.. Aucts.. 8th and D nw_
Trustees ,al* of No.. 625 Cl'T I. st. n.e.. on Thurs
B Bn'wtt " 5 P m- t-Ug<!Ue Curu81 ?1"1 AI'??
11. Browne, trustees.
James W. liatellffe. Auet.. 83) pa. ave. n w?
Trustees salt- of real estate at Avalon Heights
a . UDe 5 P U' JuliU J- Wlluiartti
an?l John Milton, trustees.
C. G. Sloan & Co., Auets.. ]407 G st. n.w.
Trusteea ?aie of No. 22 t; Bl. ?.e., ?u
June 30. at 4:30 p.m. George M. Emmerich unci
Douglass S. Maekall, trustees.
Duncanson Bros.. Auots.. Oth and D sts nw ?
Trustees' sale of No. 311-313 O at. ..w? ?n Thurs
1ml Jr? ac 5:3u p m- Kufc"--ue c?ru?'
aims k. Browne, trustees.
C U. Sloan A Co.. Aurts.. 1407 Q ,t n w?
Trusf-ea- aale of Nos. 12lr,-is.?, :?i , c '
Nos. 30.-30tt-311 In rear, on Thursday, June 30 at
p.m Henry II Bergmann and George il Km
nierlch, trustees.
C. a. Sloan & Co.. Aucts., 1407 G st. u.? -
Truatee. .ale of No. 222 Jeffer.o., Alucoatla.
I), t .. on Thursday. June 30. at 5:30 p..n. ?ie.,rge
Kmmerlch and Douglass S. Maekall, tcustets.
Tomorrow.
Thomas J. Owen, A net., U13 P st. n.n-.-Sale of
Nos. ?7. 6.?, ?ll 14th st. n.w., on Friday, July
l. at 5:30 p.m.
Jam? W. ltatellffe, Auet., 820 Pa. aye nw ?
Tnistees* sale of No. 215 G st. n.e.. on Friday
July 1. at 4:30 p.m. Henry H. Bertmaim and
Gc. ige M. Kmmerlch, trustees.
Thomas J. Owen. Auet., 813 F st. n.w. Trus
tc"-s sale of lot on loth st. bet. F and G sts. n ?
on Iriday. July I, at 4:30 p.m. G. B. Gibson and
l>. h. Jaekaon, trustees.
Mareus Notes, Auet., 037 La. ave. n.w.-gale of
stoek of groeerles. ete.. at No. 014 Tennessee avo.
""??J," Friday, July 1, at 10 a.m.
AUCTION- SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
DI.NCAN80N BROS.. AUCTIONEERS.
TRrSTHES' 8AI.E OF TWO BRICK HOUSES
EAST AND 627 L 8TRKKT NOKTII
IiJ,,*'ru!p ofJ*? eertaln deeds of trust, recorded
In fjbe: No. .Mda. folios 2*7 ?t seq., anrl 282 et
?eq ?sjK-etlyely, of the land records of the ltls
trlet of Columbia, we will sell, at public suction
In fr<?nt of the pr*mists. on THURSDAY TlfE
THIRTIETH DAV ( F JUNE. A O. iwts. AT
>I\i. O CLOCK P.M., the follow ing described real
estate, situate In tl.e city of Washington. In
said District: Lit. numbered one hundred
and seventy six (17?) sod one hundred and serecty
sev.n 11771 of Joseph T. Byrne's subdivision. In
sin .re numbered eight hundred and fifty fix tsffli
ao per plat recorded Ir. Liber 20. foil) 75 of the
records of the surveyor s ? IHce Of said i)istrict
teaetber with the Improvements, consisting of
two three story brick dwellings, Nos. ii26 tin J U27
L .tree*, northeast.
Tern..: On.--thlrd caah laUnce In equal in.
?tallments at one and two years, with 'merest at
C i*r cent per annum, payable semi-annually from
day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the
projierty soil, or all cash, at Ihe option of the
pvietswr. A dep.,sit of ?1ih. on each lot will be
te<,i.lred st time of side. All conveyancing at nur
cliaser's c? t. Terms to be complied with within
ten days, otherwise trustees reserve the right ?o
resell eit'a.T lot at the risk and cost of the de
faultiL^ purchaser tliereiif
EUGENE CAKUSI.
? ,c ALPI8 B. BROWNE,
jel8-<!A?is Trustees.
C. G. SLOAN A CO.. AUCTS., 1407 G ST.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF FRAME HOUSE. NO. 222
JEFFERSON STREET. ANACOSTIA.
By "rtue Of a eertaln deed of trust, dated
i!*S! r I?' ' dul-v recorded in I.lber No.
et se<i.. one of the land reeords of
the District of Columbia, snd at the request of
the party secured thereby, ?? will sell, it public
suction. In front of the premises, on THURSDAY
THE THIRTIETH DAY OF JUNE 1H8S AT
"VIE O'CLOCK P.M., the following
des< rlbed land ami premise, sltuste in the county
of Washington, District of Columbia, and deslg
f* '*lnS lots four hundred and nineteen
t418?, four hundred and twenty (420), four hundred
?w . SR,?~e ,'21' ind ,oor ,1UDdred and twenty
kmrnn-i' A^coiu. pUt ?' ^'nlontown, now
Terma easy and made known at Hie
GEORGE M. EMMERICH.
a. .. DOUGLASS 8. MACKALL,
Je20-d*da Trustee*.
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON.
C. G. SLOAN 4k CO.. AUCTIONEERS,
J 407 G it. n.w.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF TWO STORY FRAME
DWELLING. NO. 22 O ST. N.E.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated July
the 6th, 1806. and duly recorded In IJber No. 2137,
folio 304 et seq., one of the land records of the Dis
trict of Columbia, und at the request of the party
secured thereby, we will sell at public auction, in
frrnt of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE THIR
: TIETH DAV OF JUNE. 1808. AT HALF-FAST
I FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described land
I and premises, situate and being in the city of
I Washington, in the District of Columbia, and known
and distinguished as and being parts of lots twenty
| and twenty-one (20 and 21) in Cabot's subdivision
I of square six hundred aud seventy-seven (677), as
per plat in Book N. K., page 274, in the surveyor's
office of said District, beginning on G street four
teen (14) feet west of the east line of lot twenty
(20); thence west along said street fourteen (14)
feet; thence north eighty-seven (87) feet seven (7)
inches to the rear line of said lots; thence east
fourteen (14) feet; thence south eighty-seven (87)
feet seven (7) Inches to the beginning.
Terms easy and made known at time of sale.
GEORGE M. EMMERICH. Trustee.
DOUGLASS S. MACKALL, Trustee.
Je2C-dAds
DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A NEAT AND ATTRxf
TBI? v,)uVuT"KY BB'CK dwelling, on
u-l-ir?jy,H..SIDE OF T STREET NOttTlI
STKKET AS 1>REM,SES NO. 12S1 T
2-Sy^.T'r";e_"f ? certain <1eed of tirol, dated (he
Z2d day o. October. A.D. 1S9?. and recorded anion*
re0c1?"1? the District of Columbia. |S
Liber No. fc16i. folio <0 et seq., and at the re
quest or the holder of the notes secured thereby,
we will offer at public auction, in front of the
nTv rt'' V?? .d.ay' the TWENTY-EIGHTH
??\? ^ .1mK, A ,i 18y8- AT t'l? O'CLOCK
.' J.? following described rtal estate, situate
1? of Wa.hington, District of Colombia.
IZ, , "lat ctr,uln Piece or parcel of land
known and distinguished as and
J"1 'ottered y. In XV. B. Todd, jr., et al.'s
?utxJlTUion. In square numbered two hundred and
seventy-four (2741 us per plat recorded In Liber
<-? H. II., folio lt><, of the records of the office of
the surveyor of the District of Columbia, aud
situate In the city of Washington, In said Dis
trict. together with the Improvements thereon,
sutject, however to a certain deed of trust, dated
October 12. 188., and recorded among the land
iriT SVn' '.h<? I,|strl,'t Columbia, In Liber 1748,
ir.no isn et seq.. to secure the sum of twenty
flve hundred dollars (*2.5001, with Interest there
on. payable semi annually, at the rate of ? per
cent per annum until paid.
Terms of sale: The Incumbrance of S2.R00
abote referred to to lie assumed with Interest
from October 12. 1R97: one-third of the balance of
the purchase money to be paid In cash, the re
mainder to be paid in two equal Installments, re
spectively, in one and two years from day of sale,
of tmst on the property sold,
ntth Inttrent thereon, payable semiannually. at
the rate of 0 per cent per annum nntil paid, or
*i */?.* ? .17?1 "aliove the Incumbrance of
... in k ?p , of.tbe Pwchaser. A deposit
of $2txi Will be required at time of sale. Sale to
Iw closed in IB days from day of sale, otherwise
the property will be sold at the tIsk and cost of
defaulting purchaser, after five day.- idveitlsc
ment In some newspaper published in the city of
Washlneton, D. C. Conveyancing at the cost of
the purchaser.
LOUIS D. WINE. Trustee.
, ,r , CLARENCE B. EHEEM, Trustee,
Jel.. d&ds B)6 K ? ? w
(T7"THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ON AC
ST.'iHl.'.* ,hc ral" THURSDAY. JUNE THIR
TIETH, 181)8, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK
I M- LOUIS D. WINE
, ? CLARENCE B. RHKHSI.
Je20d*d? Trustee..
DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. ~
THUSTE ES' SALE OF TWO BRICK DWEiJj
INI, S, NOS. 311 AND 313 ON O STREET
SOUTHWEST. NEAIl THE ARSENAL.
By vlrtue.of two deeds of trust, recorded In
Liber No. 1S09. at folios 288 and 273. of the land
recordu of the Diotrict of Columbia, and at *he
rtMjuest of the partv secured thereby, we will sell
t11rn?i!'i vUCHTvt? ?r tbe Premises, on
iLlNK THIRTIETH. 1898. ut HALF
' CLOCK P.M.. lots 237 and 238, in
lE!!.! 5ft '?n ?L l'arS ?,f Ml,lart' 548 *'? V*r plat In
Book 20. page 80?. of the surveyor's oiflce of said
imm net . with the two-story brick houses on *ald
I?'ts. with yards running back to an alley, and
near the terminus of the Metropolitan Railroad
C? n_pany s line; each parcel will only be sold
sej arately.
Terms: One-third of purchase znmey in cash
balance in equal notes, at one. two and three
years, bearing six per cent interest per annum,
see ured by trust on the property sold, or pur
chaser ran pay all rash. Deposit of $100 required
on each l.?t when sold. Conveyancing at pur
chaser s cost, lerms to be complied with In 15
days or trustees reserve th.? right to resell either
EUGENE CARUSI.
... .. . ALOIS B. BROWNE.
Jel7-d&ds Trustees.
JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER
(Successor to liatcllffe, Sutton & Co.) '
TRU^iKES- SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TAIh AT A\ A I.ON HEIGHTS IN THF HIM.
IRICr OF COLUMBIA. IMPROVED BY \
SI.\ ROOM FRAME DWELLING.
By virtue of a certain deed of triiat. dated th>
Uber 1U8)S ?,eerVrryiJ,88?' "ml ,1,,,y recorde.1 in
Lll er lJb8. at folio 400 et 6eq.. cue of the lao4
retoids of the Dihtiict of (Joluinbia. uiwl ?t the
request jf the pert/ secuted thereby, we will *e'l
T11 ruin i v" ?ri'il- .1",, fr""t "f the premises, on
iin n.sf)AV run thirtieth day of hKp
lSUS. A'l five O'CLOCK P.M., the following de
scribed land anil premises, situate, lying and l>e
:ng in the county of \\ ashington. District of Co
lumbia, known aud distinguished as and bein
Iol numbered seven (7i, block numbered Ave ir>i in
St. ne and Johnson trustees', subdivision of Ava
lon Heights, as recorded in Book Countv 7 it
pate 18. in the surveyor's office of the District of
Columbia, together with the improvements there
on, consisting of a six-room frame dwelling
lerms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
1j cath, and the balance In two eipial liistallme-its
la one and two years, with Interest at six ner
ceut y r annum, payable semi-annually, from d iv
,r"'1 b>' d,'eU "f '"'St on the pro''
ertj sold, or all cosh, at the option of the puV
? liaser. A deposit of jliai will be required at the
time of sale. All conveyancing, etc., at the imi
fl?i"^Tn 8rt "M,V Tl,e compiled with within
fifteen days from the day of sale, otherwise the
trustees reserve the rlgh: to resell the property at
the run and cost of the defaulting purchas-r
after five days advertisement of such resale iu
sirne newspaper pul llshed In Washington. D C
JOHN J. WILMARTH,"
ie^d.
C G. SLOAN* & CO.. Auctioneers. 1407 G at.
XRLSTEFS SALE OF THRICE FR\MP*nirPT t
1218 AND SttiTKffif
801THEA8T; Ai.So THRKE DWFLLIN'tJS I\'
rear. nom. 307. 300 And 811
u.rv lT8rtiU?w0f n ,Cr,rl,"n "*'eV of ,rU5t d,t?l J?n
?, i? ,lu'y recorded in Liber No. 228(1
D1?rti^J f."?1' I?ne of ,be land ??'?<?<>'?<18 Of the
District of Columb.a, and at the request of the
parry goon red th^eby, we w,U sell at' pi!blic uuc
?"D' ^_.^roD* ?f ?he premises, on THURSDAY
f"ve O- ,V?Y OK Jl'NE l^ AT
i?n^ or>H V p M? the following described
t*E in ,he <?"* ?f washmg.
helnr oriilnii f . .,nd ^"'-'nated as and
i* , L 1 n""n'*red fifteen <16i. in square
ntimbeud eight hundred and one (8011.
Terms easy and made known at sale
HENRY II BEHOMANN
1e20 djtit. OEORUE M. EMMERICH.
_3e20.dA.us_ Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN, AUCTIONEER, 913 F ST. N.W.
CENTRAL REAL ESTATE TO BE SOLD \T I'T'B
hM?T'kjl;^.. Tzisrz' ,';tsstA?T
?" ,KI,h hj ? <>"Pth of fecT io a lf,15 atley
and Improved by a three-story brick house bay
wlitlow and bss. m. ut. ? u>
. <-<>UTeyanclng and recording at pur
CtZZ ' '? THOMAS J. OWEN.
Auctioneer.
fitihe days.
C. ti. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS. 1407 G 8T.
ATTRACTIVE SALE OF GEN
ERAL HOUSEHOLD FUR
NITURE, BEING THE PROP
ERTY OF PRIVATE OWN
ERS LEAVING THE CITY.
On SATURDAY, JULY SECOND, 1MM, AT TEN
O'CLOCK A.M., within our sales rooms, 1407 G
St.. we will Bell without reserve
FANCY TABLES. CHAIRS AND ROCKERS; OR
NAMENTS. WHITE AND BRASS BEDS.
CHERRY, OAK AND WALNUT CHAMBER
SUITES; MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS,
BOOK CASES. ROLL-TOP DESKS. LOT
BOOKS. ANTIQUE SOFA AND TABLES.
LADIES' DEMKS. SIDEBOARDS. EXT.
TABLES, DINING CHAIRS. OILCLOTHS.
MATTINGS, CHINA AND GLASS. TOILET
SETS. RIGS. WARDROBES. HALL RACKS.
CONDENSED MILK. OFFICE CHAIRS. CAR
PETS. "BEN HUB" TANDEM, BLACK DIA
MOND. POSTAL AND SUBURBAN WHEELS,
REFRIGERATORS, KITCHEN GOODS. ELEC
TRIC FAN. PICTURES. MIRRORS. Ac.. &e.
AND AT TWELVE M..
IIOUSL. VEHICLES, HARNESS, Ac.
TERMS CASH.
C. G. SLO4N & CO.. Aucta..
je30-2t 1407 G St.
I JAMES W. RATCLIFFE. AUCTIONEER.
(Successor to Rutcllffe. Sutton & Co.)
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE. NO. 217 F STREET NORTHWEST.
I By virtue of a deed of trunt. recorded in Liber
I lt2d. ut folio 1 et seq., of tho land records of the
1 D'strict of Columbia, the undersigned will sell, at
put lie auction, on THURSDAY. THE SEVENTH*
1AY OF JULY, 18W8, AT HALF PAST FOUR
1 O'CLOCK P.M., in front of the premises, lot nuin
Lbered if. in square numbered 566, according to the
sulMlivision recorded iu the office of the surveyor
) of the District of Columbia, in Liber N. K., 'olio
1W.
i Terms: $1,500 in caah, and the balance in two
equal list ailment 3, p?-y able one aud two years
after the day of rale, respectively, with Interest
ut the rate of six per ctntuin per annum from said
day, and represented by the promissory notes of
the purchaser, secured by deed of trust on the
property sold, in form and tenor satisfactory to the
undersigned, or all ctsh. at the option of the
pvrehaser. A deposit of $100 will be required at
time of sale. The right la reserved to resell at
the risk and coat of the defaulting purchaser If
terma of sale are not complied with In fifteen
days. All conveyancing, recording and notarial
(tea to be paid by purchaser.
EDWARD F. BUCKLEY, Trustee.
ALFRED S. WILLSON, Trustee,
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW.
MARCUS NOTES, 'AUCTIONEER.
STOCK OF GROCERIES. IN ALL A NICE ANT)
CLEAN ASSORTMENT OF SHELF GOODS;
CANNED GOODS, TEAS AND COFFE3S,
8HOW CASES, OIL TANK, LARGE 1CB
BOX. COUNTERS. SHELVING AND FIX
TURES; SYRUPS, VINEGAR, MEAT BLOCK,
SCALES AND WEIGHTS. MEAT TOOLS. Ac.,
WITH THE USUAL ASSORTMENT GENER
ALLY FOUND IN A FlbST-CLASS GROCERY.
AT AUCTION, ON THE PREMISES. NO. 614
TENNESSEE AVE. N.E., FRIDAY, JULY FIRST,
TEN A.M. TAKB H ST. CARS TO TERMINUS.
je29-2t*
THOS. J. OWEN, AUCTIONEER, 913 F ST. N.W.
VERY VALUABLE REAL ESTATE TO BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO ('LOSE AN ESTATE.
BEING PREMISES NUMBERED 607, 009 AND
611 4TH ST. N.W., OPPOSITE PENSION OF
FICE. '
On FRIDAY, JULY FIRST, 1898. AT HALF-PAST
FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.. I wlfl, at the request of the
parties interested, cell at public auction in front
of the premises lots 4 and 5 in square 530. f rooting
52 fret on 4th st. by a depth of S3 feet to a iiO
foot alley. The above lots will be sold separately,
for three building lots, or as a whole.
Terms: One-third cash, balarce to suit purchaser.
A deposit of $100 on euch lot if sold separately, or
$500 if sold as a whole. Conveyancing and record
ing at purchaser's cost.
je25-d&ds TIIOS. J. OWEN. Auftiomw.
JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AC CTIONEER.
(Successor to Itatcliffe, Sutton & Co.)
TRUSTEES* SALE OF A TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING. NO. 215 G STREET NORTH
EAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded in
Liber No. 2019, folio 308 et seq., one of the land
records for the District of Columbia, and at the
request of th* party secured thereby, the under
signed trustees will ofTer for sale by public auc
tion, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY, FIRST
DAY OF JUlY, A.D. 189H, at HALF-PAST FOUR
O'UL/JCK P.M.. the following described real estate,
situate in the city of Washington, in the District
of Columbia, to wit: The east twenty-five (25)
feet of original lot fifteen (15), in square numbered
seven hundred and fifty-three <753?. by the depth
of said lot, together with all the improvements,
rights, &c.
Terms: One-thI:d cash, the balance In one and
two years, with interest from the dav of sale at
six per tent per annum, secured by ueed of trust
on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of
the pun haser. A deposit of $100 required upon
acceptance of bid. 1? 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, afte? five days' advertisement of such
resale in some newspaper published in Washington,
D. C. All conveyancing. ?&<-., at the purchaser's
cost.
HENRY H. BERGMANN,
GEORGE M. EMMFIfir.if.
je21-d&ds Trustees.
THOS. J. OWEN, AUCT.. 913 F ST. N W.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE Bl ILDING
LOT ON 10TH STREET BETWEEN F AND G
STREETS NORT11 EAST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded In Liber 22m. folio 90 et seq.. one of the
land records of the District of Columbia, aud at
the request of the party secured thereby, we will
sell, at public auction, in front of the premises,
on FRIDAY, JULY FIRST 189*. AT HALF-PAST
FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described
real estate, situate In the city of Wasnington,
District of Columbia, and being lot numbered 48
i i Charles Just's subdivision of square 935, as the
same is recorded in the surveyor's office of the
District of Columbia.
Terms of sale: This property is sold subject to
a deed of trust for six hundred dollars; balance
cash. All co.iveyauclng at purchaser's cost. A de
posit of $100 lequired at time of sale. Terms to
bi complied with in ten days.
G. B. GIBSON. Trustee.
je21-d&ds D. K. JACKSON. Trustee.
FI TIRE DAI 8.
JAMES W. RACLIFFE, AUCTIONEER.
(Successor to llatilifiV, Sutton & Co.)
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO-STORY BRICK
STORE AND DWELLING, NO. 423 4Vi
STREET SOUTHWEST.
By virtue of a <.eed of trust, duly recorded In
Liber No. 2052, folio 387 et seq.. one of the land
reccrds for the District of Columbia, and at the
request of the paity sc< ured thereby, the under
signed trustees will offer for qalo, by public auc
tion. in front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE
FIFTH DAY OF JULY, A.I). 1898. AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following de
scilbed real estate, situate in the city of Wasn
ington, in the District of Columbia, to wit: Part
of lot fifteen (15> in square four hundred end
ninety-four (4'?4). beginning for the same on 4%
street nineteen <19? feet.six (6> iuches uorth of
th.' southeast corner of said lot and running thence
noith seventeen *17) feet by a depth of the same
width of one hundied and forty-six (140) feet, to
gether with all the Improvements, rights, etc.
Terms of sale: Stated at time of sale. A de
p?sit of $ltR> required ujH?n acceptance of biJ.
Terms to be complied with In tifteeu days. All
conveyancing, etc.. at purchaser's cost.
H. It. BERGMANN.
J. W. SCHAEFER.
je24-d&ds Trustees.
C. G. SLOAN it CO., ALCTIONEERB, 1407 G ST.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE BELONGING TO THE LATE
MICHAEL CRANE. AND BEING PREMISES
NI MBERED 742 AND 744 FOURTH STREET
NORTHWEST AND 203 C STREET SOUTH
EAST. IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON,
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
By virtue of the authority conferred upon us as
trustees und^r tho last v. ill of Michael Crane, late
of the Dlst -let of Columbia, we will, in front of
the respective premises, offer for sale, at pubiie
auction, to the best and highest bidder therefor,
the following lots of ground at the times and on
the t^rms hereinafter mentioned, to wit:
2. On TUESDAY. JUNE TWENTY-EIGHTH, at
HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. all of sublot
51. .n squaie cumbered 518. in said city, accord
lug to the subdivision mad.* by Michael Crane and
others and reccrded in Liber 11. folio 25, of the
records of the city surveyor's office. This lot has
a front of 22.33 leet aud is Improved by two two
storied frame dwellings of eight rooms each, num
bered 742 and 714 Fourth street northwest.
3. On THE SAME DAY, AT A QUARTER PAST
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., all that part of lot num
bered 9, in square numliend 703. in said city, con
tained witbl? the following metes aud bouuds:
Beginning for the same at a point oil the line of
C street distant thirty feet east from the north
west corner of the said square, and running thence
south 53 feet OVj inches; thence east 15 feet;
thenco north u3 feet 1% inches to the line of C
street aforesa'd, aud thence west along ?aid line
15 feet, *o the nlace of beginning. These prem
ises aro improved by a two-story and cellar brick
dwelliug, containing six rooms and being number
203 C street southeast.
The terms of sale of all the said premises are
the following: One-third of the purchase money
in cash, and the balance in two equal payments at
one and two years from date of Hale, bearing In
terest and secured to the satisfaction of the trus
tees. A deposit of $100 will be required ou each
lot at the time of sale. All couveyunclng and re
cording at the purchaser's cost. Resale at risk
aud cost of the defaulting purchaser unless terms
of sale are complied with within ten days of the
day of sale.
NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT, SAVINGS AND
TRUST COMPANY OF THE DISTRICT OF CO
LUMBIA. l??th atreet and New York ave.,
R. ROSS PERKY, Fendall building.
Trustees.
ITT*OWING TO THE RAIN THE ABOVE SALE
is postponed until TUESDAY, JULY FIFTH, IS98,
at nam* hcur and place.
j*29-dts BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES.
THOMAS J. OWENS, AUCTIONEER, 913 F N.W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY IN
GARFIELD HEIGHTS.
By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded in
Liber 2076, at folio 90 et seq., oue of the land
records for the Dhtrict of Columbia, aud at the re
quest of the parties secured thereby, the under
signed trustees will ofTer for sale by public auc
tion iu front of the premise*, on WEDNESDAY,
THE SIXTH DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1*38. AT
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real
estate, situate in the county of Washington, in the
District of Columbia, to wit; Lots uuml?er*;d twa.
(2) itud thirteen (13), in block numl>ered six (0),
end lots numbered eight (8) and twenty-one (21),
in block numbered eleven (11), in the tubdivisiou
known as Garfield Heights, as per plat recorded in
the office of the surveyor of the District of Colum
bia, in Book County No. 10, page 5, together with
all aud singular improvements, etc.
Terms made known at time of sale. A deposit of
$100 required at time of sale. Terms of salo to be
ccmpltcd with within ten days or tho trustees re
serve the right to resell the property at the risk
and cost of defaulting purchaser. All conveyancing,
etc., at purchaser's cost.
MARK W. MOORE, 518 5th n.w.,
WILLIAM E. ABBOTT,
Je21-dta ^ 4 Trustees.
UNITED STATES MARS&IAWfc SALE~^BY V1R
tue of three writs of ti^ri facias issued out of
the clerk's office of th<?* Raceme (3ourt of the
District of Columbia and tottke directed, I will
sell at public sale, for i&sfa/^n FRIDAY, JULY
EIGHTH. 1898, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M., in
front of the court bouse <Jo#ij,-Washington, I). C.,
all the right, title, ciaim?anu Interest of William
L. Bramhall in and to lots 1>, E aud F, fronting
on Newport place, in squar* 69. Washington,
D. C-., as shown by nlaL#recoiled in the ofllce of
the surveyor of the District or Columbia, in Book
23, page 41; seized and -tcviHi'. upon as the prop
erty of said William L.> Bramhall. and sold to
satisfy executions In cages No. 42221, 28573 and
41900, in favor of Robert IE. T* White. AULICK
PALMER, U. S. Marshal* THOMAS DOWLING,
Auctioneer. * Je9-tb5t
THOMAS J. OWE^ AUCTIONEER]
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL KS
TATJ^BEING PREMISES, NO. 117 SECOND
STLEET NORTHEAST: '
By virtue of a deed oil trdst, dated February
19 1890, aud recorded i* Liber No. 21o4, folio
1*2 et seq., of the land records of the District cf
Columbia, by direction of the purty secured
and under authority of an order of the Sup**eine
Court of the District of Columbia, passed June
27. 1898, In Equity Cause No. 18014, the under
signed will sell, at inbllc auction, on SATUR
DAY, THE NINTH D\Y OF JULY, 1898, AT
HALF-FAST FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. In front of
the premises, part of lot nl*e (9), in square 758.
beginning at the southwest corner of said lot
and running eait 85 feet; thence northwesterly
at right angles to Maryland avenue 22 48-100
feet; thence west 74 73-100 feet to 2d street east,
and thence south 20 feet to the beginning. Im
proved by a 14-room brick building, ^vith all mod
ern improvements. Sold subject to a prior deed
of trust securing $7,C00, whicli can remain on
the property.
Terttas: One-third of the amount oyer $7,000 in
cash, balance in one and two years, secured by
trust on the property, or all cash, ut the pur
chaser's option. Deposit of $200 required on
day of sale. Conveyancibg and recording at the
cost of purchaser. If terms are not complied
with In 10 days, trurtces will resell at risk and
cist of defaulting purchaser.
FIIXMORE BRAIX, Trustee,
JESSE H. WILSON. Trustee,
Je28-d*ds 319 4* St. a.w.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTl'RE DAYS.
JAMES W. BATCUFFE. ArOTIONHB.
(Successor to Ratcliffe. Button 4b Co.)
Magnificent Brown
Stone and Brick Resi
dence Property, corner
of Harylarid avenue and
6th street northeast,
containing 114 rooms, 2
elegant baths, steam
heat, electric bells and
[lighting apparatus,
burglar alarms, crystal
chandeliers, open ' fire
places, handsome man
tels, wide balconies front
and side and fine lawns,
making it one of the
properties on Capitol
Hill, being within five
minutes' walk off the
Capitol and near all rail
road lines, to be sold by
; public auction, in front
of the premises,
day of July, 1898,
at 5:30 o'clock p.
mm.
Terms very
at time of
sale. $300 deposit on
acceptance of bid.
Je30-d&ds JAMES W. RATCLIFFE. Auct.
THOMAS DOWLING & CO.. Auctioneers. I
612 E st. n.w.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED |
REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS NO. 612 G
STREET SOUTHWEST. WASHINGTON. D.C.
By Virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
i the District of Columbia, passed on the 21st day
of May. A.D. 1808. in equity cause No. 13081.
! Tt< mas A. Gaddes vs. J. Walter Cooksey et al.,
' the undersigned trustees will sell ut public atic
I tiou. in front of the premises, on TUESDAY, THE j
I TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF JUNE, A.D. 1WH.
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., lot Irtteted L. in square
! numbered 468, in the city of Washington, District
! of Columbia. the same being improved by a two
Sttry and back building frame dwelling house.
Terms of sale as prescribed by said decree: One
third of the purchase money in cash, and the I
ball-ice in one and two years from date of sale.
I for which the notes of the purchaser must be
gltcn. with interest, payable semi-annually, at
the rate of six per centum per annum until paid,
1 and secured by deed of trust on the property sold,
or all cash, at the purchaser's option. A deposit
| of $100 will be requited at time of sale. All
ccmcyancing. acknowledging and lecording at pur
chaser's cost. If the terms of sale aie not com
plied with in ten days from day of sale the
trustees reserve the tight to resell at the risk and
I cost of the defaulting purchaser, after three days'
pul lie notice of such resale in some newspaper
published in Washington. D. C.
SAMUEL MADDOX,
340 Indiana ave.,
WM. MEYER LKWIN.
400 5th st. n.w..
Trustees.
ITT THE A ROVE SALE IS POSTPONED UNTIL
FRIDAY. Jl LY EIGHTH. 1808, same hour and
place. By order of the tri s ees. jelO-d&ds
C. G. SLOAN A CO., AUCTS.. 1407 G ST.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATE. LOCATED ON FIFTH STREET. I.E
DROIT PARK. BEING FOUR THREE-STORY
PRESSED-BRK K DWELLINGS. NOS. 181*?,
1835. 1S37 AND 18o0.
By virtue of four certain deeds of trust, each
dMed October 14. 1802. and dulv recorded in Liber
1726. folios 478. 48T?. and 4DH et seq.. one of
i the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the paities secured thereby, ve
will sell, at public auction, in front of the pn lu
Jms. on FRIDAY. JULY FIFTEENTH. 1808. AT
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described
real estate, situate in the county of Washington,
| District of Columbia, to wit: I?ts numbered
sixty-two <62?. sixty-five (65i. sixty-six and
1 sixty-seven (67). In Belle Bond and David B.
i Gottwoll's subdivision of lots six (6? and seven
?7?. and others, in block numbered five <5?, Le
Droit Park, as said sulKllvislou is recorded In the
1 office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia.
In County Book eight (8>. folio eighty-five (85?. t?>
; get her with in urovements. consisting of four (4)
three-story prrssed-briek duellings. NY.s. 1S20.
1835. 1837 and 1830 5th street. Le Droit Park.
Terms: One-third rath, balance in one <1) and
two <2? years, with interest at six (tit per cent
per annum, payable semi-annually. and secured by
deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at
the option of the pirchaser or purchasers. A
deposit of $100 will b*? required < n each house at
time of sale. Terms to be complied with in 15
days from day of sale, otherwise trustees reserve
the right to resell at risk and cost of defaulting
purchaser, after due notice published in some
Washington newspaper.
MYRON M PARKER,
JAMES M. GREEN.
je27-d&ds Ttust-^es.
DUNCAXSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEE S SALE OF VALUABLE INVESTMENT
BUSINESS PROPERTY ON T1IK SOUTH SIDE
OF NEW YORK AVENUE BETWEEN 14TII
AND 15TH STREETS NORTHWEST. AND
VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE ON
THE EAST SIDE OF CTH STREET BE
TWEEN D AND F. NORTHWEST.
By vl-tue of the powers conferred upon me by
the last will and testament of America G. Pedrl
deceased, as construed by the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, the undersigned. as sur
viving executor and ticstee under said will, will
offer for sale, at public auction, in front of the
premises oil New "\ork avenue, on FRIDAY. JULY
EIGHTH. 1808. AT HALF PAST FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M.. all of lot lettered "I." in Susan M. Ilurche's
subdivision of original lot two (2). in square num
bered two hundred and twenty-three (223). as per
plat recorded iu Liber C. H. B.. folio 27. In the
surveyor's office of the District of Columbia, said
lot being Improved by a two-story brick building,
used for business purposes, numbered 1410 and
1412 New York avenue northwest.
Also, at SIX O'CLOCK P.M. on the same day.
in front of the premises on 6th street, the south
25 feet front by the full depth of lot 6. and the
north 3 feet frout by the depth of 51 feet of orig
inal lot 5. In square four hundred and eighty-nine
(480). said part of lot 5 being subject to the allev
way reserved in a deed recorded in Liber J. A. S.,
i No. 137. folio 281. of the land records of the Dis
trict of Columbia. The said real estate last men
tioned being improved by a large four-story brick
lesidence. numbered 410 6?h street northwest.
Terms of sale for each parcel: One-third of the
purchase money to be paid in cash. and the bal
ance In two equal installments, payable in one
and two years after the day of sale, with Interest
at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, payable semi
annually. or all cash, at the purchaser's option:
the deferred payments, if any. to be represented
by the promissory notes of the purchaser, bearing
date on the day of sale, aud secured by deed of
tiust on the respective propeit'es sold. A dep sit
of $500 on the New York avenue property and of
$300 on the 6th street property will 1k? required <?n
the day of sale. All conveyancing, recording and
notarial fees at the c< st of the purchaser. Terms
of sale to be complied with within ten days from
the day of sale, otherwise the trustee reserves
the right to resell the property at the risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement in The Evenlnc Star.
B. F. BT RCHE.
Surviving Executor and Trustee,
Jf-27-dA-ds 2281 Q st. n.w
DUNCA\80N BROS.. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE LOT ON
SOUTH SIDE OF NEW YORK AVENUE BE
TWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH STREETS
NORTHWEST.
By virtue ot a certain deed of trust to us, dated :
October 27. 1802. and duly recorded iu Liber No.
1741, f?lio 248 et seq., of the land ??cords of the
District of Columbia, and at the request of the j
party secured thereby, we. the indersi^uod trus
tees, will sell, at public auction. *n front of the
premises, on TUESDAY. THE FIFTH Da* OF
JULY, A.D. 180S. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the
following described land and premises, situate In
the city of Washington, in the Distri :t of Colum
bia, and clesigualed as and being ;>art of original
lot six (61, In square five huudred and twenty-five
(525), beginning at a point on Ne*v York avenue
feet northeasterly from the northwest coiner of
said lot aud thence running uortheastsrly along
the line of said avenue 16 feet 5 laches; tlu-nce
southerly 67 feet; thence westerly 10 feet to end
of a line drawn from said avenue iu a course itin
ning north two degrees (2?) fifty-five minutes (55 )
west, and thence along said line 61 feet 7 inches
to the place of beginning.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
to be pall in cash, and the balance iu two equal
Installments, payable in one and two years, with
Interest at six per cent per annum, payable semi
annually from day of sale, for which notes of the
purchaser to be given, secured bv deed of trust
upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option
of the purchaser. A deposit of $100 will l?e re
quired of the purchaser at the time of sale. All
conveyancing, recording and notarial fees at the
cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to l?e com
plied with within ten days from dsj of sale, other
wise the trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur
chaser.
WILUAli E. EDMONSTON,
500 Btb ?t. n.w.,
ALDIS B. BBOWKB.
MlB F rt. n-w..
AUCTION SALES.
FUTLRB DA ft ?.
DtJXCAXSOX BROS. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE UMMPROVEP
HEAL ESTATE ON D STREET. BETWEEN
13TH STREET AND KENTUCKY AVENUE
SOUTH EAST. ODRMER OF 25TH AND E
STREETS NORTHWEST, AND IN TODD *
BROW\ *8 SU HI >1V ISI< )N
By virtue of a ovrtslii d??e?d of trust re^rdiHi 'n
Liber No. i?l. at folio U?1 et wq? of the land
records of ?be District of <ydumbi*. we will offer
for sale at public auction. In front of the premises,
respectively, on TUESDAY. JULY TWELFTH.
181*8, the following descril?cd real estate, situate
in the city and county of Washington. I>. r.:
AT FOl It O'CLOCK I'.M.. all of original lot
pumbered 4, in square No. 1041. contain, ag 11,<?GO
square feci of ground, more or less. on D street be
tween 13th street and Kentucky a\enue southeast.
AT THREE QUARTERS PAST HHR O'CLOCK
P.M., all i f original lots No*. 1. 2 and 3. in square
No. 2U. ("Utaining 14.75*6 square feet of ground,
more or 1 e*a. on the northwest <*orncr of 25th and E
sts. northwest.
AND AT HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. nn
undivided one-half interest In all of the following
described ! ts. vis.: I>?t No. 4. In block No. II. Hits
.V*. 6 ai."i 14. lu block No. 12; lots 1 and 3, In
block 13; lots I. 3 ami 6. in Mink No. 14. lots No*.
7 and 11. !n block No. 13. and lot* No*. 4, 5. 11
?nd 18. in block No. 10; in nil 14 lot*. in Todd A
Brown's s 'division of parts of Mt. Pleasant and
Piea>ant l':ains. containing In the aggregate 114.735
square fe*t of giMund. more or les.-*. situated on
Irving. Bismarck, I*rinceton. Harvard. Steuben and
Wallach streets an.l Sherman avenue northwest.
T'-rms o! salt*: One-third caah, and the balance in
equal iivt ailments at one and two years, with in
terest at ?. per <-ent i**r annum. pjyalde semi-annu
ally . from ilie day of sale. secured l?y deed ?*f trust
on the pri'jerty sold, or ah nub. at the option of
the purchasers. The lots will be sold s? perately,
and a dep?Mt of $5o will !>*? required on purchase
of said lot No. 4. in square No. 1041, and of <25
each on al! the other lots aliove described. ;tt the
time of sale. All conveyancing and wording will
he at the <nst of the respective purchasers. Terms
to Ik? compiled with within 10 days, otherwise the
trustees re-.-rve the right to retell any lot at the
risk and ?*o>t of the defaulting purchawr thereof.
JACKSON 11. RALSTON,
FRED'K L. SIDDONS.
ji'30-<l&il< Trustees.
DCN? 'AN8C-N BRdS , AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES SALE OF E!GHT BRH K HOUSES.
NOS. 7^2 TO 732 AND VAX AND ?43 NAVY
COURT SOI Til EAST. SOU A RE *7*. BE
TWEEN G AND I AND SIXTH AND SEV
ENTH STRFETS.
By vlrtu? of h certain deed of trust, recorded In
Llber No. 2138. nt folio 150 et seq.. ?? ue of the land
records of the District of Columbia, we shall sell,
in front ef the premises, on THURSDAY. THE
SEVENTH DAY OF JULY. A.D. 189*. AT SIX
O'CLOCK P.M.. lots numbered 102 to 109. both In
clusive, In square 878, together with the improve
ments thereon.
Terms of *ale: One-third cash, balance in one
and two years, with inter?-st at six per cent j>er
annum, payable seini-annuallv. $50 required at
time of sab on each house and lot.
CHAS. F. BENJAMIN.
WM. H. DUNCANSON,
Je30-dAds Trustees.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO.. AUCTION EERsT
CHANCERS SALE OF PROFERTv.BKINO AN UN
DIVIDED ONE-TIHRD INTEREST IN ALL
OF Syl ARE 1094. EXCEIT LOT IV; ALSO
ALL Ol UNIMPROVED LOT 11. SQUARE
1027; PROPERTY NO. 507 TENTH STREET
NORTH WRST. AND NO. 2115 II ST REST
NORTHWEST.
By virtue >f a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columl ia. passed in Equity Cause
No. 17.S22. the undersigned. tru&te??s. will offer f< r
sale, at public auction, in front of the respective
premises, th-se certain parcels ? f real estate and
premises, situate in the city cf Wa?hlngf?u. In the
District of Columbia, tc wit;
on THURSDAY. THE SEVENTH DAY OF
JULY. 189v COMMENTING AT FIVE O'CLOCK
P.M.. an undivided one-third interest In all those
unimproved lots or parcels of land and premises,
known and distinguished as ami :?feiiig original
lots numbered 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. *?. lo. n. 12,
13. 14. 15. 10. 17. 19 aud 20, in > piare 1094. con
taining I04 7<?8 square feet of g*otin 1. The en
tirety is su< ject to a deed of trust to secure the
?urn of $4.??00. ben ring interest .it six per odi,
now overdue, but will !*? extended if desired
On FRIDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF JULY
1808. COMMENCING AT FOUR O'CljiiCK I'M
all of lot designated as and being the south iO
feet 1 inch front by the full depth of original lot
numbered 11. iu square 1027. uniinpr >v??d.
On FRIDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF JULY*
1898, COMMENCING AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M..
part of original lot numl>ered in square .177.
contained within the following .n<t'*s and liourds!
viz: Beginning for the same on the Ifm of loth
street west to a point distant 19 feet 4 inches
north from the south line of said lot; tunning
ther.ce north 16 feet, then east hi feet 1 Inch;.,
thence south 1(5 feet, and theucc west ?>1 feet i-.nd
1 inch to the place of beginning, improved by a
two-story ainl basement l?rick bouse
On MONDAY'. THE ELEVENTH OF JULY'
COMMENCING AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M. sli
of that lot distinguished as the west half of lot
4. square 77. beginning at the southw- st ?-,.'i?er
of said lot; thence east Llong the line <,f II ?.t-e??t
26 feet 4*>_? imhes: thence north WT feet inclie*
to a 30-foot alley I11 rear of sab! lot;" then<*e
along the line cf said alley 26 feet 4inch -s to
the dividing line between lots 4 and 5; thence
along said dividing line 14." feet 91^ inches to
said stre?t and place of beginning. Improved bv
a three-story brick apartment h??use.
Terms of sale: The purchase monev to be paid
in equal installments ? f ont-rhird ca.?h. one third
in one year and on<Mliird in two years fr^.nj the
day of sale, with Interest fnm the day of fale
upon such dtfeired payments at six f?e"r centum
per annum uu'll paid, cvidcncml bv 'h ? notes vt
the purchaser ? r purchasers, an.l secured by de d
or deeds of trust upon the r??al ?siate so sold, ?r
all cash, at the option of the purchaser or i'.t:r
chasers. A deposit of $200 ?vHl be re<]u!rcd in
each.of the above v?ropertl->s nb.'-i sold. Terms of
sal?? must Ik- ? omplb-d %\ith within i;ft<*en davs
after day of sale, otherwise th?- property ill !>??
resold at the risk aul cost ?f the purchaser or
purchasers. Ml conveyaie-iitg and lecording at
purchaser's cost.
DANIEL W. DClUB. Trust??e.
ALBERT T. COUMBE. Trustee
Je27-d4kds 1425 N. Y. are.
C. G. SLOAN* At CO., AUCTS.. 1407 G 8T.~N.w7
TRUSTEES* SALE OF A VALUABLE THREE
STORY BRICK AND STONE DWELLING
NO. 2100 SEVENTEENTH STREET NORTH
WEST.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dulv re
corded in Liber 1924, folio 126 et *e?|.. one of the
laud records of The District of Columbia, an 1 at
the request of the party scoured thereby, the un
dersigned. trustees, will sell, at | ublic auction,
to the highest bidder, in front of the premises. ?n
WEDNESDAY. THE SIXTH <6thl DAY OF JULY
AD. 1898. AT HALF-PANT FOUR O'CLOCK
P.M.. the following described real estate, situate
in the city of Washington. District of Coin nihil,
to wit: Lot numbered seven (7b in Jesse D.
Gibbs* subdivision of square numbered one hun
dred and forty-nine (149). as per plat recorded in
the office of the surveyor for said District, in
Bvok 19. page 94. together with the improvements
thereon, consisting of a three-story brick dwell
ing. brown-stone front and t?U m?Klern improve
ments. tnd known at No. 2100 17th street north
west.
Terms of sale ; One-tMrd of the purchase money
to be paid lu cash, and the balance in two equal
Installments, in one (1) and two i2i years after
date of sale, secured on property sold, with inter
est ut rate of six per centum per t'.num. pavaMe
semi-annually intil paid, or all cash, at option of
the purchaser. A deposit of one hundred dollars
will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing
and recording at cost of purchaser. Terms of
sale to be complied with within 10 days from day
of sale, or the trustees will resell at risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser.
WASHINGTON DANENHoWER. Trustee
W. IRVING BOSWELL. Trustee.
Je24-d*ds 1411 G st. n.w.
C. G. SLOAN A CO., AUCTS., 1407 G ST. N.W.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF THREE DESIRABLE
BUILDING LOTS, SITUATED IN "BELA1R
HEIGHTS."
By virtue of a certain deed of trust dated April
8, 1897, and dulv recorded in Lil?er No. 2210, folio
187 et seq., one ??f the land re<-ords of the District
of Columbia, aud at the request of the parties se
eured thereby, we, the undersigned trustees, will
sell, at public auction, ia front of the premises ou
THURSDAY. THE SEVENTH DAY OF JULY.
1898, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the
following described land and premises, situate and
lying in the county of Washington, in the District
of Columbia, namely:
All of lots numbered twenty (2D), twenty-one (21)
and twenty-two (22) in block numbered two (2> in
Gardiner G. Hubbard's rubdlvision of land known
as "Belair Heights." as per plat recorded in Liber
Ccunty No. 6, folio 80, of the records of the office
of the surveyor of the District of Columbia; ex
cepting so much of said lots numbered twenty-one
(21) and twenty-two <22? as was e-onveyed to the
United Staters for the extension of the Washington
aqucduct, belug a subterraneuu strip of land tiftcen
(15j f?>et wkle.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in one (1) and
two (2> jears. with interest at 6 per cent j?er an
mm. payable semi annually, and secured by de*?d
of trust on the property sold, or ull cash, at the
option o* the purchaser. A dejK>sit of $290 will l?e
required at the time of sale. All conveyancing ami
recording at purchaser's cost. If terms are uot
complied with in fifteen (15? days from day of sale
the trustees reserve the right to readvertise and re
sell the property at the risk aud cost of the de
faulting purchaser, after live days* notice of such
resale In some Washington newspaper.
J NO. E. McLERAN,
, ^ _ WM. J. FLATHER.
je24 d&ds Trustees.
#THOS. J. OWEN. AUCTIONEER, 913 F ST. .N.W.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY. BEING THE TWO-STORY BRICK
DWELLING NO. '1619 MARION ST. N.W.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly record
ed hi Liber No. 2196, folio No. 452 et seq.. oue of
the laud records of the District of Columbia, aud
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction,
in front of the premises, on TUESDAY. JUNK
IXKS-wghto. at half-past four
O CLOCK P.M., the following descrilied real es
tate. situate in the city of Washington, District
of Columbia, to wit: Lot numbered 127 in Eugene
Can.si and William John Miller, trustees', sub
divisions of part of square numbered 444. as the
same is recorded in Book 14. page 161. one of th*
records of the surveyor's office for the District vf
Columbia, with the improvements there?ou.
Terms of sale* The above described property
will be sold subject to' a prior deed of trust of
$2,500 aud accrued Interest, the particulars of
which will be stated at time of sale; balance over
and above said truat. one-half cash and balance *n
twelve months, with Interest at six per cent, or
all cash, at option of purchaser. A dejMtait of
$100 required at time of s?le. Terms of sale to
be complied with within ten days, or the trustees
reserve the right lo resell the property, at the risk
and coat of defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing
and recording at purchaser's cost.
CHARLES N. WAKE,
4 JAMES J. LAMPION,
Jel6-d4tds Trustees.
CTTHE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED ON
account of the tain until THURSDAY. JULY SEV
ENTH. 1896, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.
Je2?-dAda BT ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES.
AUCTION SALES.
Fl Tl hi: OA vs.
THOS. J. OWEN. Auctlo her. ?U F st. n.w,
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VH?Y VA1.I ABLE !%T
PROVED PROPERTY. BEING THE THREK*
8 TORY HHK'K DUELLING No. 621 P
STREET NORTHEAST
By virtite of h <!?*? d of tn.st to u?. duly n-oordM
amor g th?? laud w- nl* of the 1? strict of Colnm
I'it. In Liber No. 2244. folio SSo et we will,
at the request of tie h? Id *r of the note* secured
thereby. ne 11 at public auction. In front of the
premises*. at FIVE O'CLOCK I'M oN MONDAY,
THE ELEVKV1H DAY OF JULY. A D the
following described prope; ty, s t unte and long la
the city of Wash.ugton. District of Columbia. to
wit. All that certain pi ee or parcel of land and
pmn m known and distinguished aa and b?lng lot
numbered twenty-three ?i3?. in Circsl an I Miller,
trustees'. subdivlsf- n of lo s In square iinml*T?l
eight hundred and thirty (83* i as recorded In
the offl-e of fbe surveyor of the Diatrlct of Colum
bia it. filter No. 16, folio 1??7
Terma of sale: One-third c.i*h. balance in one
and two vests. represented ly not* a of the pur
chaser. tsaring 6 |ier c.-in Interest. payable semi
annually, and secu ed by a deed of truat upon the
j pn perty sold, or *11 cash. nt the option of the
[ purchaser. A deposit of $2N? require 1 nt the time
of sale. All eonveyan.- ng and re-ording nt tbe
coat of the purchaser Terms of sale to lie c??m
I plied with within ten days flora day of naif. other
I wiae the trustees reserv* the right to resell the
j proi-erty at the rink and (wi of the defaulting
I jturi-baser after five days' advertisement of such
' r? sal- in some newnpajwr published In the city ??f
I Washington. D. C. AI.BEKT A WIVSoN,
JOHN n I.\RNER
je27-dA*?1s fhatMl IM F St. n w.
THOMAS DOW LING A CO.. AUCTION KI.U,
012 E st. u.w.
TRUSTEFS* SALE OF VAW ABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. BEING NUMBERS 1221' 12.il
AND 1233 NEW JERSEY AVKML SOUTH
EAST, WASHINGTON. D. C.
Ry virtue $f s certain deed of trust to us,
dated February 19. 1880. and duly reco.-ded In
Lil ??r No. 1377. folio llo et eeq., one of the I-and
IN*** rds of tbe District of Columbia, and at the
request of tbe party secured 1 hereby, we. tbe un
dersigned tiUHttes, will sell at public auction. In
front of the premises, on MONDAY. THE TWEN
TY SEVENTH DAY OF JUNE. ISM*. AT FIVB
OX LOCK P.M.. the following descrilied land and
premises, situate In the city of Washington, Dis
trict of Columbia, and deslguated as and being
l?art of lot nineteen (19) of Cat roll and Lawn' sub
division of square seven hundred and forty thiee
(743t. hegiuuing for the same at tbe northeast
corner of said lot nineteen (191 at the intersec
tion of New Jersey avenue and a public alley forty
(4<>) feet wide; thence running west with said
alley along the uorth line of said lot slaty-six
(661 feet; thence south fifty-two t52? feet, to tbe
south line of aald lot; thence east along the south
line of suld lot eighty iS0> f??et reven (7> inchos
to New Jersey avenue; thence along the Hoe of
New Jeisey avenue in a northwesterly direction
fiftv four (Mt feet to the place of beginning, to
gether with the improvements therein, consisting
of three (3) two-stocy fiame duelling*.
lerms of sale: One third of the purchsse money
to l>e paid In cash, and the balance in two equ;tl
installments, payable in one t.ud two years, with
h.terest at nix <Gi per ceut ;>er anuum. payable
seuii annually, from day of sole, seculed by d?*ed
of trust on property sold, or all cash, at option off
purt honer. A deposit of $2mo will be required of
the purchaser at tbe time of sal*. All convey
ancing, lecording ami notarial fees at the cost of
put chaser. Terms of sale to Ik* complied with
within ten days from tbe day of sale, otherwise
the tnisiees reserve tbe right to retell the prop
erty at tbe rink and cost of the defaulting pur
chsser after live dnyn' notice of such resole.
RICHARD E. I'AlltO, Trustee.
Jel6d4da IlkiCBi l(T A. GILL. Trustee.
t7THE ABOVE SALE HAS BEEN 1MST
P* i ed until WEDNESDAY. JI LY SIXTH. IK*,
at same hour and place. By order of the trustees.
RKT.ARD E PAllto. Trustee
Je27 d&dn HERBERT A. GILL. Tn*fee
THOMAS J. OWEN. AftTlONEER.
*>13 F st. n.w.
Till STEE S SALE OF VALI ABLE IMPROVED
AND IN IMPROVED REAL ESTATE uN JEF
FERSON AND WASH ING'DiN STREET8.
ANA<XlSTlA. D. C.
By virtue of a certain dee?' ?f trtist. tlatetl Oc
tolier 1885. av-1 recorded Novemlwi H. 1N*5.
In Lil>er 2?Hk?. ut folio HbO et n*-q.. in the recorder ?
office for the District of Columbia, and at the re
quest yt 'he party secured, the undersigned trus
tee will sell i t public auction, in front ?>f the
premises, on TCEsDaY. THE TWELFTH I'AY
OF JI LY. A.D. 1M?H, at F? U R O'CLOC K I' M.,
the followiug land and premises, situate in Ana
cost la. D. C., and designated ah lots nuuiU-red from
one < 11 to ele\eti (11?. both inclusive, in block one.
and aln-i lot eighteen (lfei, in i>l?>ck two, of o. L.
Green's sub of part oi Chichester, recorded in
Lilter County G. folio St. with the improvements
thereon. All <iX said lota will l?e offered for aale
first in one parcel. If no bid satisfactory to the
trustee shall U* received for ail of *aid lots, tli?-n
said lots will l?e offered for sale separately.
Terms of sale: One-fourth cash, balance In one
and two years, secured by deed of truat on the
property, interest payable s? mi annually, or all
cash, at the option of purchaser. Dcftoait of $1<S?
required at time of sale if lots are sold together;
if *old separately, a deposit of $2*pi on ?a? h lot
required at time of auie. Terms ?i sale to l?e
complied with in fifteen days, or property resold
at risk of defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement. Conveyancing ?t <*ost of purchaser.
THE LAND TITLE AND TRI'ST OC?.. Trustee.
R. M. l'ARKER. Attorney lor l'arty Secured,
Atlantic building. Je27-dAda
THOMAS J OWEN, AftTlONEER,
bl3 F st. n w.
TRr8TEES* SALE f.F \ ALL ABLE PNIMPROVEl>
REAL ESTATE ON TA\\A ?R AND WASH
ING D ?N STREETS. AN At '< ?STI A. D <
By virtue ol a certain de?d of trust, dated Aoril
G. 1S97, ami recorded April 2b. IMJ7. in Llbei 25??7.
folio 171 et seq.. in tb?' recorder's office for the
District of Colun bia. and at the request of tbe
party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees
will sell at pubjc nale. in front of the premises,
on Tt'E^DAi. THE TWELFTH DAY OF JILY.
A.D. 18MS. at FOl It O'CL'* K P.M . the follow
ing descrilud laud and premises, nitunte in Ana
cost i a. District Columbia. an<l designated as lota
lit1. 111. 112. in block 2. and also lot GG. in Mock
1. all in O. L. Green's suMivision of Chichester,
as said mlalivision is recorded in Liber County No.
G. folio IV* All of said lots will be offered for
sale in one parcel firBt. If no bid satisfactory to
the trustees shall be received for all of said lota
when so offered, then said lota will l?e offered for
sale separately.
Terms of sale One-half cash, balance in one
year, secured by trust on the property. Interest
payable semi-anuually. or all cash, at the option
of the pureh.-ser. A deposit of $ltn? will l?e re
quired ai time of sale If lots are sold together, if
sold separately a dejMtsit of $25 on each lot will
be required at time of sale. Terms of nale to l?e
complied with Ir fifteen days, or property resold
at risk of defaulting purchaser, after five days'
advertisement. Couveyam iug at cost of purchaser.
THOMAS GAFFNEY, Trustee.
je27-d&ds JOHN LANG11 AM. Jr.. Trustee.
DI'NCANSON BROS. AUCTIONEERS
TRFSTKES' SALE OF THREE FINE LOTS ON
COLTMBIA HEIGHTS. FRONTING. LESPE<
TIN' ELY. ON WHITNEY A VENT" E AND ON
THE SOUTH AND SolTIl SIDES OF DART
Mol'TH STREET BETWEEN SHERMAN
AVENT E AND THIRTEENTH STREET
By virtue of a certain d**d of trust, dated ibe
third <.1d? day of April, A.D. 1807, and recorded
anctig the land records of the District of Colum
bia. Liber 2210, folio 1 et seq.. and at the request
of the holder of the notes secured thereby, we will
offer, separately, at public auction, in front of
tbe premises, ou WEDNiM?AV. THE SIXTH
DAY OF Jl'LY, A.D. IKS#*, beginning at FIVE
O'CI/M'K P.M., th' following described property,
situate lu tbe county of Washington. District of
Columbia, to wit: All those certain piec.w or
parcels of lsnd and premises known and distin
guished as and U-Ing lots numliered two <2i ami
nineteen tll)>. In bb>ck numltered twenty and
lot numbered elgliteen tlh?. in bl?N-k nnmherci
twenty-one ?2D, in the hul?di vision ?>f "Columbia
Heights," as recorded in cunty nulwlivision Ux>k
G? vernor Shepherd, page 137. of the survey ji j
office of the District of Columbia; subject to tbe
covenants that when a building is erected ou nnid
lots It shall not 1>.* within thirty t3n> feet of the
front line, thit no manufacturing or mechanical
business shall be cairied on aud that no spl-.itnous
liquors shall l?c s< Id upon said lota; together with
tbe Improvements thereou; subject, however, to
th? following Incumbrances: Ou lot 2. lu block 20.
a deed of trust to secure $2,400, with Interest st
th" rate of 0 per cent |?er annum from October 4.
1S1#7; on lot lb. block 2U. a deed of trust to secure
$2.6<?0, with interest st the rate of 6 |>er ceut per
anuum from October 4, 1R97; ??n lot IS. block 21.
a deed of trust to secure $1 with interest rt
6 i?er cent per annum from <><-tober 4. 1*97.
Terms of sale: The above mentioned incum
brances to lie assumed by tbe purchaser rud the
balance to be paid aa follows: One-third ' f tbe
purchase money to be i?aid in cash and the re
mainder In two equsl installments, respectively.
In one and two years, with iuterest therv?n. pay
able semi-annually, at tbe rate of 6 per ?-ent per
anrum until paid, or all cash, at the option of tbe
purchaser. A dep? sit of $l(si on each lot will l?e
required at the time of sale. Sale to 1* closed In
fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise the proj?
erty will be resold at tbe risk and cost of th?- ue
fnrlting purchaser, after five da3'a' advertiueui"nt
in some newn|taper published lu Washinxi-'H <Hy?
D. C. Conveyaminc at eost of purchaser.
GEO. W. F. 8WAIZTZEU*
CLARENCE B K11KEM
Je24-d&ds 016 F st. n.w . Trustees.
Dl'NC ANSON BROS.. AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF A NEAT AND ATTRACT
IVE TWO-ST<?RY BRICK DWELLING.
KNOWN AS PREMISES 2014 OLIVE STREET,
GEORGETOWN. D. C.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated tbe
twenty-third <22d> day of April, A.D. 18P2. and
recorded among tbe land records of the District of
Columbia. Liber 1668. folio 458 et seq.. and st tba
request of the bolder of the note secured thereby,
we will offer st public auction, in front of the
Sremises, on WEDNESDAY. THE SIXTH DAY OF
L'LY, A.D. 1808. AT SIX O'CLOCK P.M., tbe^
following described property, situate in the city
of Washington, District of Columbia, to v\ it r
All that certain piece or parcel of laud and prem
ises known aud distinguished as and being lot
numbeted one hundred aud eighty -ene <18D of I'.arr
& Sanner's subdivision of lots numbered one hun
dred and seventy-one (171) aud one hundred and
seventy-two tl72?, and part of lot numbered one
hundred and seventy (170). In Beall s Addition to
Georgetown, being In squsre numliered forty <401.
as said Barr & Sanner's subdivision Is recorded'
la book A. R. 8., folio 265, of the records of tha
surveyor's office of the District of Oilumbis to
gether with the improvements thereon.
Terms of cale: One-third of the purchase money
to be paid in cash and the balam-e to lie paid in
two equal installments, respectively in one and two
years, secured by a deed of trust upou tbe property
sold, with intenwt, payable semi-annually, at the
rate of six per cent per annum, or all <?*?* at th#
option of the purchaser. A deposit of 82uu will ba
required at time of sale. Sale to Ik- cto?ed In 1ft
days from day of sale, otbeiwlse property will be
rs-nold at tbe risk and coat of defaulting purchaser
after S days' advertisement lo some newnpaper
published to Washington city, D. C. Conveyance
at cost of purchaser.
IXHTK D. WINE,
CLARENCE B. RHEEM.
91C F ft. o.w.,
Je2SdA4? Trust m_

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