Newspaper Page Text
Ike Alinnllv lll> OiUc* or lur livtn lag Star la loenlrtl at Atlantic ITtuu, nktrr any Information ron frraltiff advert in ins. rip., ran l?e ob tained. Tlio ratea arr thr unnie na ohartc-ed At (lip Home Office* AVLANl l? CITY. V J. HOTEL LURAV, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Open r?vi:iou illnrtlj over B?srd Walk. Delight ffllt iwl. Porches ob a levsl with nud Joined to Ronrd Walk. S?i aixl fresh private hatha. Golf privileges. attt-lOlf JOSlAll WHITE & SUN. Seaside House. ATLANTIC CITY. N J., After 'a notable improvement*. w 1] remain open throughout the if?r tvery convenient^ auii coinfoit for Fall and Winter guests. Write fi?r liluitrated l*ooklet. CHAS. KVA.NS & SUN. se3 20t.8 Hotel Traymore, Atlantic City. N. J. n?rinln? open throughout ths entire year. Dining room Inclosed in glaaa Over fifty private Imths attached to suites; aalt and fre h water haths Is tbe boas.. Every modern luxurv ami appoint .aunt. d. 3. White. Jr.. k! 2Cit-10 Owoar and lVov-letor. Atlantic City, New Jersey, THE BRIGHTON OF AMERICA. Hotel Brighton and Gasirao ABE OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. _#e8-?.tu.th.am-i(j r. w. hemsley a son. Grand Atlantic Hotel, Virginia a vs. and Beach. Atlantic City, N. J., offer* special rates for September and October? 350 lieautlful rooms?cuisine tbe very beat?or chestra. Writ* for terms and booklet. su3020.7 CHARLES E. GOPB. HOTEL STERLING, Ocean end of Kentucky ava. Abooln'ely fireproof. Capacity. 300; elevator; stesm beat; prlTata baths Special ratea for September and October. Booklet <sn25-26t 7) W. I. PINCH. THE IROQUOIS, South Ckroliu ave and Beach. Capacity 400. En joy* a pepular patronage; everything conducive to .be oomftjrt of (u>ati; elevator; apeclal rates for September; tUuatrated booklet. ao21 26t-T W F SHAW. L1TTI E BRIGHTON HOTEL. OCEAN END SOUTH Carolina are.?American and European plana; rea tanrant and buffet attached; full ocean view; ?team heat; open all year. S. A. SCHWEISFORT mh24-16tit.4 Hote3 Imperial,3^2# sSb^ ot front porch, with FULL OCEAN VIEW; a mod ern hotel; delightfully located; liberally managed; capacity. 280. I. G KENDKICK. (2 to S3 per day; $10 to $18 per week. Jy2-T8t* SPRISOS AMD BATHS. Fauquier White Sulphur Springs. Coder entirely new man<gsinen t; bleb. cool, health ful; 5-story. model brick hotel; 11 brick cottages; baths; home-grown vegetables; golf and all aporta; livery; fishing; hosting; bathing; health-giving waters. Siecial $2.06 Exmrelon. Including coacb to and from hotel. Saturday to Monday. Hotel open till Oct. 15. E. B. MOORS. Savoy. Washing ton. D. C.. or Fauquier Springs. Va. au2S 2St-?x f CHALYBEATE SPRING HOTEL. -NICK LOCA tlon. plenty of stiade. good rooms, excellent table. Fine Chalybeate spring. Cluae to mountain, river, R R. station and telegraph. Apply to A. P. Me INTCRFF. Prop.. 8trasburg. Va. Jel-llMt IN TUB MOtNTAIXS. HILL TOPlttOUSE, Modern lmprovraenta. Table a a pec laity. T. 8. LOVKTT. Harper's Ferry. W. Va. mylT-lSOt Mcdowell nousR. Open from Jane 1 noil! October 1. B. R. MoDOWEUa Prop., mv23-104t.4 Harper's Ferry. W. Va. OCEAN TRAVEL. American Line. FAST EXPKES8 SERVICE. SKW YORK-SOUTHAMPTON LONDON. CALLING WISJT BOUND AT CHERBOURG, falling Wednesdays at 10 A.M. New Yo.-k Sept. I'J New York Oct. 10 St. I*aul Si. pL 20 j 8:. P.ul Oct. IT St. Lcuia. ...Oct. 3 > St. i/>ula. Oct. 24 Red Star Line. NEW YORK -ANTWERP?PARIS. Every Wednesday at 12 nooa. Kemdnztcn.. .Sept. 19 < Fr'.taland Oct. 3 Noo d a :i ..Aft II : ?->?? hw^ri Oct. 10 LVlt.bNATIU.NAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. Piers 14&1&. N It. ' XB.-e. 73 Broadway. New York. Philadelphia ottice. 305-3U7 Walnut at. WASHINGTON OFFICE. I3utt F at. luw.. or G. W. MO&i. Ag?n:. at Sanders & stajiuan's. 1S27 F at. n.w. et27 ~ FRENCH!LINE. COM I'ACME GENERALE TRANSATLANT1QUS. DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE- PA1U8 (France). Sailing every Tbcraday at 10 a.m. Frotn Pier No. 42. North River. fc?>t Mortoo 8t. Ia U rralne Sept- SO iLa Toura ne Oct. 11 I.a Gast-ogae Sep:. 27 la Lirraina Oct. 1H L?AuJlts:ue Oct. 4 I^t Hretugn* Oct. J& First clsss to Hsvre. $Mn0 and upward. Se.iml clasa to Havre. $42 50 and npwsrd. Geueral Agency. 32 Broadway, New York. Q W MOSS. 1327 F ST. N.W. aul >5?r-l? NORTEi GERMAN LLOYD FAST EXPRESS SERVICE CHERBOURG. SOUTHAMPTON. BREMEN. All<-r Sey. 27. 8 am Travo <)? t. 13, 10 am K.Wm.4(Jr.Oot. 2. lb am K M. Tb. .Oct. 16. 10 am Lahn <Vt. f?. lo am K.Wm d Gr.Oct.:i0,10 >n TWIN STREW PASSENGER SERVICE. SOUTHAMPTON LONDON, BREMEN. BartoriMEa Set> 20. 2 urn I Fr. d. Or...Nov. 8, 9 am Fr. d. Gr... .Oct 4. noon. CHERBOURG. PfRiS. KICEMEN. P'ceas Irene.Sep. IP, 10am | ti.Kurfu s (>cL 11,loam ME! >ITKRILA.NEAN SERVICE GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA. K. Writ. II.Sep. -2. 3 pin Eui* (Jet. 6.2 pm OKI ItlClIS A CO.. NO S MROADWAY. N. Y. App'y to K. F. DR<X)P, U2S I'u. ava.. fe7-ly Agent for Waabington. 0FFICLVL NOTICES. KXF.CUT1VE OFFICE COMMISSIONERS OF the I'lstrlct of Ooluuibla. Washington. SepteniU-r 7. 11WO. -Notice i? hereby given thst In aci-ordance with tbe acta ai provod June 23. 1873; June 1<>. 1879; JUi-e 1' 18?0, Augjuit 11. 1S?4; July 8. 1KSW. and June 2. 'tie following water mains have , l>een laid: Seu'.oi ?treet. l>etwe?n North Capitol I and 1st sireeta northwest; L street, between I2th snd 14th streets southeast; Hsrewood read. I>e twcn Rock Creek Church n?<l and Michigan ave nue; Michigan i\enue between llarewood road and North Capitol street, and I) street, between 22d and 25d stieets northwest, soil thst s water main tax has bee.i levied against all lota or land abut ting upon tbe street road or alley In or along I whlcb tbe wate." mains were laid, reapedIvely; In the county of Wes.Yngtnn. District of roltimbls. plat 13, Bloomlngdals, block 8, sublet 75, Roland C. Booth. $20 83 In the city of Washington, Dis trict of Olumbls. -qi-sre ll>48. snblut 87. Sheldon Jackson College. $22 81 In the county of Wash ington. I'lstrlct of (V>lmnbla. plat 16. Hisetnunt. part, beginning at a riskc on tbe east side of Uaraw??>d r>rsd. aa!d stake being north 3% degr<"e? west 1 perch fr?-J a stone msrked "I.. C." at the northwest corner of Mr. Hatcher's lot and run the north side ot a private roadway lftVi feet wide, aa follow*, (D north KNVi d-grees enat 15 per -lies Sa ateke the sontbwestern honpdary of Roaa p M Bradford's lot; then t2> north 3Vt d-grees west 2 36 iitnlis tu s stake st the end <<f second line In survey of Rose moot las per desrrlptlon of sam'i, then with sal<l second lloe reversed, U'?rtb 68 'legreea *est 10 04 |>ej-rbe? to s stake (4* north 96\? degree.- wert 6 perches to a stake on the east Side of Harewo"d road, said stake l<elng the be ginning or s iiitbwcat angle of "Rose Mount;" then with said road .5) south 3Vi degre-a east 7 perches to ths beginning, contslnlng Vj of sn acrc. l?e!ng part of a tract of land formerly called Turkey Thicket. Mary Isrrett, $125 In the county of Washington. Dtstrlct ot Columbia, plat 16. Turkey Thicket, part, beginning at the northwest corner of the tract herein to lie described snd run thence north 88 degrees east 24<> feet more or less; theuce south 12%i degrees west 287 7t! feet: theme south KAi degrees c.eat 15? OtS feet, more or less, to Hurewwd rvad. thence along the east side of llarewood road 300 feet to the beginning. William Uatcber. $125. In tbe county of Washington, Dis trict of Columbia, plat 15, Powell s divide, psrt. beginning for the same st an angle or point at tbe ?outh and east line of what is designated on plst recorded In Liber 6. folio 110, as Michigan avenue, said beginning point being east of North Capitol ?treet as eitended, and being at Intersection of two llDes parallel to south and easterly boundary Une of United States S' Idlers' Home gruuuila and 120 feet from said boundaries east and south lines of said Michigan nvenne. aa bald avenue la now ghown In the Diatrlct of Olumbls street extension clan as having a width of I2U feet along the Sol diers' Home grounds the three following courses and d'stances running from ssld Ivgtniiing. north (1 degrees 42 minutes east 458 2 feet, north o de grees 53 minutes west 4n5 2 feet, uorth 58 degrees 45 minutes east 1.032 2 feet, to the western side of llarewood road; 'Lecce with said west side of narewoed road south 18 degrees 44) minutes west 411.1 feet to a !*vy Coort stone, south tt degrees 8 minutes wrst 376 32 feet to a I*vy Omrt stone, south 13 degrees 48 lolnuten west 1109.3 feet; tbercs leaving said nud north 67 degrees 2 minutes weat 714.3 feet to the beginning. Trinity College. $125 In the county of Washington, District of Columbia, plat 10, Metropolis View, part of lot 11, all of lot II exccpt the part taken for tbe extension of 4th street. Walter D Davidge. $110. In tbe city of Washlugtrn. IHs'rlct of Columbia. In square 60. lot 4. Celestia A. Smith. $28.75; lot 5, C'elestla A. Smith. $28 75; In square 61, lot 8. William C. Gunnel). ?57 5o. By order of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia. GEORGE F. GREEN. Water Registrar. District of Columbia. se10-12t UNDERTAKERS. W. R. Speare, Undertaker & Embalmer, IM0 F Street Northwest. Everything strictly ttrst-elaaa and on ths most reasonable till Tslspboos call M0. j?Z-U)tf MEDICAL. SPINAL ANAEMIA. NEKVOl'S DEBILITY. ASTIL ma. Insomnia ai?3 impotence cured by Medical CJymnastlc, Ht the Ormnastlc Institute, 20 J4 #'? n.c. Dr. JOHN K. ltl'ERSAM. sc4-Mt* Dr. Czarra, .11* <ITH ST. N.W. OIX>KST o HUMAN"SPECIALIST In akin and buMc.l diseases PRIVATE DISEASES of both |?IM quickly and |>eni)*ao?tly CURED. X-ltAVS for diagnosis. Du'lv from U to 0; Tuesday add Saturday till 8_p.ui. Dr. Reed, Special 1st, Troata successfully Catarib. Kidney and Stom ach Trouble*. tic. CI'RES apodal disessvs with out the uas of mercory. etc. OiBro hours. 10 to 1, 8 to C" Sunday. 10 to 13. CONSULTATION Fit EE. 6oD 12TU.aX N.W. mU13-8tf Dr. Leatiherinniaini, Expert specialist in tin* cure of all special dis eases of mm uud .women* Consultation free. Daily, 0 to 12. 2 to 8: Tues., Tburs. and Sat. evenings T to &. 601! F q.w Closed ou Sunday, deld-firf FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE WASHINGTON. D. C? POST OFFICE NOTICE. Should be re<d 4*11*. n? i-haufes way occur at "pORElii-N MAILS are forwarded to the P?J*" ^ mitlluK dally, and the schedule of closings is ar ranged on tbe presumption of their un4?*errat>J*^ ove?Undtr.nsiL tSr *?* >ndlng 3eptember lwoo, tbe laat connecting closes will bo mad frvm this office1 as foncvr?: TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. Tt'esdaY <bi At 7*1#' P.M. fer EUROPE, per . York from New York, via Southampton. <c) At 11 :o5 PM for KCROl-E per * * from New Yo-t, vis Queeaatowo. (c) At 11.00 P.M. for ?ELGIUM direct, per a.s. Kensington. ''WEDNESDAY?(b) At 7:15 p M. f?* per as. F. BlittafA, from New York Ha PlJ tuoutb and Hamburg. Mall ti R KRLAND. ITALY-. -SPAIN, "TORTUGAL TUR KEY. EGYPT BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MARQUEZ, via Cherbourg. nrast be dieted KZ a a. F. Bismarck " (b) At 7:15 P.M. SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN. PUR11A.AL, TURKEY, EGYPT. BRITISH INDIA inJ LUHE.V ZO MARQUEZ. per a;?. .Lojralne, from New *orS. via Havre. Mall for other parta of EUROPE must be directed "Per s.s. 1j? Lorraine. FRIDAY?(c) At it:05 I' M. for NETHERLANDS per s.s. Statendam from New *ork. Mall must be directed -Per snr Sta ten dam. (c) ^.t 11.06 i> M for SCOTLAND direct, per a.a. Astoria, from v>w York Mall must he directed 'Per a.s. as to^." WAt 11:06 P.M. for EUROPE, per s... Lucanla, frnu New Xotk, via Queenstown (c) At 11:05 P.M. for ITALY, per a.s. Kaiser Win. II. from New Yot# tJa must 68 d1' rected "Per s.s. Kaiser Wm. II. ? PRINTED MATTER. ETC.?This steamer takes printed matter, coin'theHi'iil papers snd samples for GERMANY only. The same class of mall matter for other parts of EUROPE will not be sent by tbls ship, unless specially directed by ber MAILS FOR SOUTH- AND CENTRAL AMERICA. WEST INDIES. ETC. TUESDAY?<b) At 3i3o P.M. for JAMAICA, per sa Admiral Farragnt, from Boston. (C) At 11:00 p vt for HAUL per s.s. Prlas Wm. III. from New York. Mall for CURACAO. VENEZUELA. TRINIDAI). BRITISH Wd ]DUTCH GUIANA must be directed "Per s.a. Win. III. (c) At ll."6 p M for MEXICO, per s.s. M.itanzas, from New York via Tampleo. Mall must bo directed "Per s.s. Matonsas." fc> At 11:05 P.M. for INAGUA and HAITI r> r a.a. Euroua, from New York. WEDJsESDAY -tci At ll:t<6 P.M. for BRAZIL direct and IA PLATA OOUNTRLBS. per s.s. Cole rldjje from New York. Mall for NORTH BRA 711. must be directed "Per s.s. Coleridge." (c) At 1106PM for the PROVINCE OF SANTIAGO, CUB* per s.8. CIenfue*?s. from New York, (c) At 1106PM tor CAMPRCHE. CHIAPAS. TABASCO anil YUCATAN, per s s. Seguranca, from New York via Proftreao. Mall for other parts of MEX ICO must be directed "Per a.s. Segurama." <c) At 11 05 P M. for YUCATAN, per s.s. Prims, from New York via Proereso Mill must he directed "Per i?.s. Prima." ?di At 8:15 P.M. for LA PLATA OOirvfpn?. ,ier R.s. Arab'st.n. from New ^ork. Ic) At 11 05 P.M. for-OE^TttAL AMERICA (except Costs Rica I and SOITH PACIFIC POHTS. peM J. Finance, from Ne?i York, yl* UJlon. Mall for GUA TEMALA must be directed "Per s.s. Flnaiice THURSDAY?<bi At 2:31*' P M. for JAMAICA. ner s a. Admiral Schley, from Boston. FRIDAY?<c) At 11:05 P M. for NEWFOlND I.ANI) per a.a. Siberian, from l*blladelpbla. (c) At 1105 PM for FORTUNE ISLAND. J4MAJCA, SAVANII-LA and CARTHAORVA. per s.i. Athos, from New York. Mall for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per a.s.. Athoa." At 11:05 P.M. f?r IKAGUA and HAITI, per s.s. Adirondack, from i>w York (e> At 11:05 P.M. for PORTO RICO. rrRACAO and VENF71'EI,A. r?r * ? Philadel nbia from New York. Mall for SAVANn.LA and r\RTH \GENA must be directed "Per s.s. Pblla delnbla" (c) At 11:06 P.M. for MAT AN 7. AS. C \IBARIEN. JfTEVITAS. GIRARA. BARACOA and PUERTO PADRE, per s.s Curltylia. from New York. (Ordinary-BMll only, tvblcb most be directed "Per a.s. Curltyha.") Vails for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North Svdn?y and thence via steamer, close here dally, except Sunday, at 12:00 M.. and on Sundays only at 11:30 A M (di th) ? 4 . Malls foi MIQtELON by rail to Boston, and thonre via steamer, close here daily at 3:1G 1 fM'BA MAIT.S close here via Port Tampa. Fla.. Wednesdays. Fridays and Sundays at 2:20 P.M. (f> Malls for MEXICO overland, unless specially di rected for dispatch by steamers sulllnf from New York, closa hens dally at 10:30 A.M. and 10:00 FMan's 'for COSTA RICA, bv rati to Mobile, and for BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE MALA. by rail to New Orleans, close h?re dally af lO'OO I' M the conpectlnjr clones for which being Wednesdays for COSTA RICA and Mondays for RFI IZE PUERTO CORTEZ aiid GU VTEMALA. TRANSPACIFIC MAIT.S Malls for CHINA*. JAPAN. HAWAII and PHIL IPPINE ISLANDS*, via San Francisco, close bere daily at 7:<<0 P.M. up to September 27. Inclusive, for dispatch per s.s. Rio de Janeiro, to) Malls for AUSTRALIA (except West Australia*. NKW 7EALAND. HAWAII. Fill and SVMOAN ISLANDS via Sati ? Ff>i?tc1sco, clcse here dally at 7-<Vj P M' after Septeinb-r 18 and up to September 9-1 Inclusive, for dispatch" per s s. Alameda. <o> 'Mails for CHINA* and JAPAN, via Vape<mver. cl.,se here dally at 7:00 P M trp to October 2. In clusive for dispatch per s s. Empress of India. Registered msll must be directed "Via Vancou vpr " (o) Malls for HAWAIJ via San Francisco, close here dally st 7:00 I' M in to October 12. inclusive, for dispatch per s s Acstralla <o) ? Malls for COCHIN CHINA are forwarde<1 to Nevr York for cr'nectlon with European steamers 1 PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (military mall), dls ratched to San Francisco at all clcse* for that office, to connect with government transports, tbe sailings of which are Irreifular. Ibi Registered malls close at 1:00 P.M. same <lay. (<?) Registered malls close at 8:00 P.M. same day. <d) Registered malls close at 8:00 A.M. same *(e) Registered malls close at 1:00 P.M. previous Saturday. (fi Registered mails close at 1:00 P.M. previous dav. <b> Registered malls close at 12:00 P.M. previous Saturday. Iki Registered mails close at 8:00 P.M. previous day. lo) Registered mails close at 6:00 P.M. previous day. ge15 JOHN A. MERRITT, Postmaster. MoseV Annual September Furniture Sale. Moses' .Sn'e of Curtains and Upholsteries.? Advertisement. Vandalism at Oalveiton. To the Editor of The Evening Star: From telegraphic dispatches we are in formed that the soldiers and guards in the ill-fated city of Oaiveston, acting under orders of Gen. Me.Kibbin, commanding the department of Texas, who, in turn, may or may not be acting under instructions frum Adjutant General CorWn, are shooting down vandals and looters right and left. One re port says: "Thirty-three negroes were shjt and their bodies taken out on the gulf in tugs and thrown overboard. One soldier alone killed seven negroes in one hour." Another says. "Twenty-flve negroes were shot this morning;" still another, "From tifty to a hundred looters and vandals have been slain in this city." The report further says: 'R ibbing and rioting are g ) lng on. ? ? * Numberless boxes of in toxicating beverages are scattered around and easy to obtain." Crimes such as we learn were committed at Galveston are inexcusable under any circumstance?, and are deserving of the severest punishment undur the law. He who would steal from or desecrate the dead is one of the meanest of miscreants. The purpose of this communication is not to defenil or excuse vandalism, which is al ways reprehensible in the extreme, but to rebuke or criticise what seems to me to be wanton and unnecessary murder. I yet cannot see that such a drastic and extreme measure as wholesale murder by the sol diery was justified. Larceny Is not a cap ital ofTense in any civilized country. The point as to whether the offenders were white or colored does not change the case or make the conduct of the soldiers any more or less censurable. The principle re mains the same. Punishment for this spe cies of crime, as found in most of the stat utes. provides only for Incarceration, and, in some cases, fine; and not a death pen alty. Vandalism and rioting always attend any great calamity such as visited G&lveaton. They are the usual outbursts of latent de pravities, which are found in the lower strata of all races of people, and only await an opportunity, or ar excuse, if you plens?, for the manifestation of these tendencies. This was probably afforded or accelerated by the presence of so much liquor, which, the report says, "was scattered around and easy to obtain." These Intoxicants, owln*, to the lack of fresh water, were eagerly sought after and freely drunk. The com mission of one great crime did not Justify the perpetration of another great one. JNO.-T. C7*NEW80M. Tbe Iteat Prescription for Malaria Chills aid F?vt '? a bottle of GROVE'S TASTE LESS CHILL TONIC. It la simply Iron and onl .im In a tasti leas form. No tore??> pay. Price. 60c. 1-IK1 ? ?n # K ?Oa REPUBLICAN HOPES Confident in Their Ability to Garry Utah. IHTELLIGEKT DRIFT TO M'KDftEY Influence of Mormon Church to Determine the Result. THE STATE PROSPEROUS Special Correspondence of The Erentng Star. SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, September 13, 1900. The republicans of Utah are most confi dent as to their ability to carry the state In the coming presidential election. This confidence arises from the strong drift away from Mr. Bryan and his platform which is In evidence In every voting dis trict. It must be remembered, however, that Bryan carried Utah In 1806 by a very large proportionate majority, receiving about 66,000 votes out of a total of about 79,000, or about 83 per cent of the who'-e. Whether the change which is now so noticeable is sufficiently far reaching to bring about a republican victory Is a ques tion. Utah will be a very close state, though the chances still favor the democratic party in the final result. There are several rea sons for this one being the free silver sentiment which still exists among the mining population. There is no attempt on the part of the democrats here to put that Issue in the background. As in Colorado. It is looked upon as a personal matter of par ticular local importance, and no matter how deeply the people may feel on other national issues, free silver will be the domi nant idea in the minds of those who vote the Bryan ticket. The intelligent vote of Utah which was swept into the Bryan camp in lXSM) on the free silver tidal wave of that year has ap parently regained its self-control and Is prepared to we'gh the platforms of the two parties carefully and conservatively before taking sides. It is this vote which has returned or wt 1 return largely to the republican party. The danger to the repub lican ticket is from the ignorant rural and Mormon vote, which is essentially sympa thetic with the Kansas City platform. The Mormon Influence. Leading republicans profess to believe that the silver issue has become so quiet, thus leaving the democrats without any stirring call to arms, that the republican nominees stand an excellent show of carry ing a majority of the vote. This Is based upon the return to the republican party of a large proportion of the silver republicans and the dissatisfaction which exists among the allies of the democrats with the course of the la'ter In the distribution of the fusion offices. The attitude of the Mor mon. Church Is the most important ques tion in Utah politics, and whichever way the church decides to exercise its Influ ence will, in view of the even balance be tween the parties, determine the result. No man can tell which way this influence will be thrown, and even those best in formed upon Utah politics do not attempt to even make a guess as to the position the leaders of the church will take in this elec tion. Both republican and democratic tickets are Mormon, so one has no advantage over the other in its call upon church sympa thies. The democrats are making a great deal of capital out of the prominence as- j sumed by ex-Scnator Frank Cannon in ' democratic affairs. Senator Cannon pre sided over the recent state democratic con vention and announced his allegiance to the democratic party with more or less sensational effect. His position might be taken to mean a groat deal as to the atti tude of the Mormons toward national poll tics this year, except for the fact that it is generally understood he desires to be returned to the United States Senate, and, believing tha+ victory would rest with the fusionists, he has taken occasion in a man ner which would bring him into sharp re lief against the political horiz on and bring to his support many independent influences There is one consideration, however. In defining the political attitude of the Mor mon Church which must not be forgotten, and that is the desire of the church to be in favor with the administration in Wash ington. Belief In MeKlnley'n Re-K!ee?lo*i. In Utah, as well as in nearly every other western state, it Is believed by party lead ers, regardless of which party they belong to, that President McK nley will be re elected. Same of the best Informed gen tiles in Salt Lake City argue from this that ?in the end the weight of the Mormon Church will be thrown to the republican party. The Mormon leaders are most skill ful politic ana. They have a way of mak.ng both sides bel eve that their sympathies are with them, and it is not until the vote is cast that the public is able to say just how the church voted. Both democratic and re publican chairmen have been known to make the statement the n'ght before elec tion day that they were all right, as they had received information from church head quarters to the effect that the church was with them. The truth of the matter is that the policy of the Mormon Church is d'rect ed by not over two or three men, and these men keep their plans to themselves until the time comes to make a strike, and even when this strike is made, it Is done in such a way as to make it very difficult to de termine exactly who it was who brought the pressure to bear. The woman vote of Utah, with the excep tion of that In a few gentile communit es, is a church vote, and a candidate of the church generally receives the full benefit of j female suffrage in the state. It Is a fact ! well known in Utah that the women have given strong support, not only to the church when attacked, but to the institution of polygamy, which is still far from being eradicated in Utah. The democrats are making something of the trust issue, in view of the operations of the smelter combine, but there does not seem to be any widespread opposition in j Utah, nor is it so outspoken as it is In Colorado. Anti-imperialism is not a strong card with the people of Utah, for to them it Is a very intangible sort of thing. The soldiers Utah sent to the Philippines cov ered themselves with glory and brought honor to the state they represented. These men are now scattered throughout every community and a majority of them are ex pansionists. The same lack of personal adoration of Bryan is manifest In Utah this year as it is in other western states, in strong contrast to the enthusiasm which prevailed four years ago. The State Prospermia. The state as a whole Is very prosperous. Mining development has proceeded in a most satisfactory way, and the stockmen and farmers have done better during the past two yeais than th? y ever have beforo since Utah was organized as a territory. Prices for agricultural products have been high and the market ready. The sheep busi ness is especially profitable and the in creased price of wool is credited to the re publicans, foi wool Is now morfe than dou ble what it was four years ago. Utah, more than any other state In the west, has received the benefit of the pros perity of the east, for the past season has been a record-breaker in the number of tourists, investors and other travelers who have visited the state. The railroads re port that last year there were 18,000 tour ist tickets sold to the three principal points In Colorado, and that this year the sale has been over 36,000 tickets to the same points. The exact figures as to Utah are not available, but the passenger agents of the various lines say that the gain has been even greater in proportion for Utah. The national democratic committee is not paying very much attention to Utah, be lieving that the electoral vote of this state will be cast for Bryan. It seems most probable that the confidence of the commit tee in the outcome is not misplaced, al though it is extremely difficult .to tell just how far the unquestioned drift toward the republican party Is going to carry the voters this year. . If the democrats do carry the state It will be by a very small majority. If the vote Is based upon public opinion as to national Issues. KflTeet of Roberta* Retirement. The effect of the enforced retirement of Representative Roberts will not be espe cially detrimental to the republicans. The Mormon leaders say that Mr. Roberts waa brought Into public life against their beat judgment and even their wishes. The democratic leader* urged Roberts' election on the ground that if Congress refused to give him his seat Utah would then be for ever safely democratic. There is no wide spread indignation:.at his retirement, how ever, contrary to democratic belief, for the church, as well aa the people, seems to recognise that hl? election was a mistake and a detriment to the standing of Utah in the eves of the people of other common wealths. Should the Mormon Church really exert its Influence on behalf of the republican ticket, this, taken in conjunction with the popularity of the preterit state republican administration and the indifference to Mr. Bryan and his platform, would sweep Utah into the republican: column. J. D. WHKLPLEY. AUCTION SALES. Fl'TtRE DAYS. MARCUS NOTES. AUCTIONEER, 833 LA. AVE. Large and absolute sale of Furniture, Carpet, Up right Piano, Bric=a?Brac, Cut Glass, China and numerous other goods, within my sales rooms, at ll? o'clock. MASSIVE QUAR. OAK BED ROOM 8UITE, MIR ROR^FKONT WARDROBE, ROUND-CORNER ED CHINA CLOSET, UPRIGHT -PIANO, T?,J?Fy?ier oak dresser, bookcase. LIBRARY. LADIES' TOILET TABLE. DIN NER WAOON, H. B. LEATHER-SEAT CHAIRS. ONYX TABLES. ' BRIC-A-BRAC. CLT-GLASS BOTTLES. DELPH, BLUE AND DRESDEN CHINA; VERY FINE JAPANESE CRACKER JAR. TOBY JUG. FRENCH CLOCK. FINE LACK CURTAINS, PARLOR ??B*ITURE. COUCHES, 10 BED ROOM smtes., Mattresses, toilet sets. 40 SMALL HUGS, T5 NEW AND 8BCGND-HAND CARPETS, 60 PIECES INLAID LINOLEUM AND LOT OF OTHER GOODS. also Contents of ?mall grocery store, constating of Shelf Goods, Syrups. Vinegar, Platform and other Settles, Show Cases and lot of othef goods usually found In a grocery store. All to be sold to the highest bidder for cash. The attention of the trade and private buyers la called to this sale. Goods bought at this sale mast be removed not later than Friday. sel8-2t THOMASDOWLING & CO., AUCTIONEERS^ TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES TATE. IMPROVED BY A TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING. KNOWN AS 1667 VALLEY STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded In Liber No. 2413. at folio 287 et seq., one of the land records of the District "of Columbia, and at the request of the purty secured thereby, the un dersigued trustees will offer for sale by public auction. In front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE SECOND DAY OF OCTOBER, A. I?. 1900, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the fol lowing described real estate, situate 1b the city of Washington, In the District of Columbia, to wit: In what was formerly Georgetown, In square 1281 and being part of a parcel of land which was conveyed to one Frederick I>. Moore by Will iam Laird, Jr.. et ux. by a deed dated Anrll 15, 1871, and recorded In Liber 041, at folio 380, one i of the land records for said District of Columbia: j the piece Intended to be conveyed being described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning for same on the easterly line of Valley street at a point forty-three nod twenty-six hundredths (43.26i fiet southerly from the Intersection of the enst- ' erly line of Valley street with the southerly line | of a twelve (12l foot alley laid down by George I W. Peter In a subdivision of a part of Tudor Place, said subdivision beiug recorded in Liber D. No. 10, at folk) S3, of said land records, and. running thence southerly on the easterly line of Valley street fifteen . and twenty-six hundredths (15.26) feet; thence easterly forming an angle of eighty <80) degrees thirty six (38) minutes with said eesterly line of Valley street, eighty-six and flfty hundredths (8G.BO? feet; thence northerly parallel to Valley street fifteen and twenty-sir' hundredths (15 26i feet, and tbenee westerly parallel to sec ond line of parcel of land hereby Intended to be conveyed eighty-six and flfty hundredths (86.60) feet to tbe place of beginning, together with all the Improvements, rights etc. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In two equal Installments, payable In one and two years, respectively, with Interest at 5 per cent per annum from day of tale, to be secured by deed of trust ui*>n the property, or all <?sh, at the option of the purchaser. All conveyancing, recording and revenne stamps at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to he complied with In ten dnys from day 1 of sale, otherwise tiusvees reserve the right to re sell the property at tbe risk aud coat o/ default- I lng purchaser. JOSEPH H. BRADLEY. S. DUNCAN BRADLEY. eel8d&ds Trustees. C. G. SLOAN & CO., Auctioneers, 1407 G St. Grand Special Sale OF New Leather Fyrnltore. i EASY CHAIRS. KOCKBBS, COUCHES. LIBRARY SUITES. SLEEPY HOLLOWS, ETC.. IN MAHOGANY AND OAK FRAMES. ALSO IN SUITES AND ODD PIECES ALL NICELY UPHOLSTERED. Office Foroatyre. IN DESKS. BOOK CASES. CHAIRS, KILE CAB INET. NEARLY NEW COMBINATION SAFE, Ac. ALSO BRASS AND ENAMEL BEDS. FOLDING BEDS, FINE MATTRESSES, LACE HANGINGS AND OTHER CHOICE FURNITURE. ALSO 150 NEW AND SLIGHTLY USED MADE-UP CAR PETS. NO RESERVE PRICES. WITHIN OUR ROOMS. 1407 G ST., Thursday, Sept. 20, 119 ?0 at E0 a.m. TERMS, CASH. C. Q. Sloan & Co., sei7-3t Am-to. DUNCAN SON BROS~ ."AUCTION E E RS. TRUSTEES' S.MiE OF AN ATTRACTIVE THREE STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING IN T11E NORTHWEST SECHION <>K THE CITY. KNOWN AS PREMISES NUMBERED 2512 ' M" STREET N.W. By virtue of ? certain deed of trust, dated the 12th day of January, A. D. 1892, and recorded In l.llier 1CS0, folio 186 et J*eq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of certain of the holders of the notes secuied thereby, we will offer, at public auction, lu front of the piemises, on TUESDAY, TUE TWENTY FIFTH DAY OF SEl"lKMItER, A. I). 1900, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described teal i state, situate In the city of Wash ington. District A Columbia, to wit: All that cer tain piece or parcel of land and premises known and (listiiiguished as and being lot nuintieied forty six (40) in Barr & Banner's subdivision of lit num l>ered thirty (30) of Pacific P. Muliett's snbd vision In square numbered fourteen (lti, as gald Barr tt Satinet's sulidlvision is duly recorded In Book No. 19, page 8, of the records of the surveyor's office of the District of Columbia; together with the im provements ti.ere< n. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money to l>e paid In cash, and the balance to l?> paid re spectively in 1. 2 and 3 years, secured by a deed of trust upon tho property sold, with Interest thereon, payable semi-annually at the rate of 69i per annum until paid; or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of f200 will be re uuired at the time of sa:e; sale to be closed in 10 days from day of sale, otherwise the property will be resold at the risk and cost of defaulting pur chaser after live days' advertisement In some pa per published In the city of Was'ilngt'n, D. C. Conveyancing and reveoue at the cist of pur chaser. LOUIS D. WINE, CLARENCE B. RIIEEM, Trustees. sel2-d&ds 010 F st. n.w. JAMES W7BATCIXFF*. AUCTIONEER. Executor's gale off a Brick IMouse known as No. 11505 Fourth street northwest, w5th side Sot.. In pursuance of the authority vested in me by virtue cf the will of Samuel Davis, deceased, I will sell at public auction to the nlghest bidder, on SAT URDAY. 1 HE FIFTEENTH DAY OF SE1TEMBER. A.D. 1900, A1 HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. In front of the premises, all that land and real es tate situate In the city of Washington, District of Columbia, being part of lot 2, in square 521, begin ning fo- Ute same at a point In tbe east line of 4tii street w?-t, 20 feet south of the northwest corner jf s:.id lot ~nd . unnlng thence east 93 feet and 4V4 Inches t< tbe east line of sal4 lot; thence south 40 feet; thence west 93 feet and Inches, and thence north 40 feet to tbe place of beginning, together with tbe Improvements thereon, consisting of a sub stantial two-story and basement brick bouse and all tbe appurtenances to said land. Terms of sale: One-half cash, balance in one year from date of sale; deferred payment to be secured by deed ol trust on the property cold and to bear Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum, or all cash, ft tbe option of the purchaser. A deposit of 9200 will b<- required at the time of sale. Terms ?if sale to b'. omplted with In fifteen days after dat? of saie, -.therwlse property will be again ad vertised am* sold st the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing, revenue stamps, etc.. at v-OSt of purchaser. JESSE C. EltGOOD. Executor and Trustee. C. E. ERGOOD A P. M. BROWN. Attya. sefi-d&da C^THE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED ON account of tbe rain until SATURDAY, THE TWENTY-SECOND DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1900, at the same hour and place. JR8SE C. ERGOOD. Executor and Trustee. C. E. ERGOOD A P. M. BROWN. Attya. sel7-dAda * AUCTION SALES. THIS AFTERNOON. THUS. J. OWEN, AUCTIONEER. 911 F 8T. H.W. TBUBTEES* SALE OF LA ROE FRAME DWELL ING AND OUTBUILDINGS AT NORTHWEST CORNER OF F0R8TTRE AND WARDER AVENUES, WHITNEY CLOSE. By virtue of ? certain deed of trust, duly record ed In LU-et No. 1906, folio 444 et seq., one of the Sand record* of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, we will ?ell, at public ancUoD, In front of the premise*. on tuesdaY September eighteenth. 1000, AT riVB O'CLOCK P.M., the following de scribed land and premises, situate In the county of Washington, District of Columbia. and designated aa lot numbered one (1), In block seven (7), in the subdivision called "Whitney Close," as made by Benjamin H. Warder and recorded in Liber No. 6 (county subdivisions), at folioa 62 and 63. In the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, together with the Improvements thereon. Terms: One-third cash, the balance In one and two yeara, with Interest from the day of aale at 6 per cent per annum, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, st the option of the purcnstter. A deposit of $160 required upon ac ceptance of bid. Terma to be compiled with in fifteen days, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and coat of defaulting purchaaer. All conveyancing, stamps, etc., at pur chaser's cost. RICHARD E. PAIRO, HERBERT A. GILL. seT-d&ds Trustees. FUTURE DAY*. C. G. SLOAN & CO., Auctioneers, 1407 G St. Carpet Sale. ISO Made=Up Carpets, New and Slightly Used, At Public Auction, Within Our Rooms, 1407 Q St., Thursday, Sept. 2?, 1190?, At HQ A. M. Sharp. No Reserve Prices. Termnis Cash. C. G. SLOAN & CO., se-i7~3t Auctioneers. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF BRICK HOUSE, NO. 1820 34TI1 STREET N.W. By virtue :f a decree of the Supreme Court of the District 't Columbia, passed in Equity Cause No. 21517, we will offer for sale at public auction, in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY, THE TWENTY-SIXTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A.D. 1' 00. AT HALF-I'AST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow ing described real estate, situate In the city of Washington. District of Columbia, to wit: Part of I?t 2lt In Benity and Hawkins' addition to George town. now known a* lot 29 In square 1291. in the city of Washington, In tbe District of Columbia, be ginning for the same at a point on the west side of < Frederick or 34th street ?llstant south from 7th or T street one hundred ami nineteen (llil) feet four (4) Inches, thence west seventy-dye (75) feet; thence north twenty (80) feet; thence esst seventy-live (75) jeet; thence bouth twenty (20) feet to tbe place of beginning, containing lifteen hundred (1,800) square feet of law), together with tbe Improvements and appurtenances thereunto appertaining. Terms. One-third cash, balance In one and two years, with Interest from the day of sale at six per cent per annum, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, ?r all cash, at the option of the pur chaser. $1<)0 deposit required at time of aale. Terms of saie to lie complied with in 16 days from day of sale, otherwise the trustee* reaerve the right to resell the piiperty at the risk and coat of tbe defaulting purchaser, after & days' advertisement of such resak In some newspaper published In Wash ington. I). C. All convevauclng, recording, stamps, etc., at th? purchaser's coat. ANDREW A. LIPSCOMB, PHILIP WALKER, Trustees, selfi-dAus Stewart hldg.. 6th and D ill. n.w. DUNCAN SON BROS.. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OP VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, NO. 2112 O STREET NORTH WEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded in Liber No. 1G91, folio 410 et seq., of the land rec ords of the District of Columbia. we will sell at public auction. In front of the premises, on FRI DAY. SEPTEMBER TWENTY-EMHTH. A.D. J9oO, AT FOUR FORTY FIVE O'CLOCK P.M. all Of lot numbered one hundred and forty-eight (148). in the subdivision of part of square numbered s:xty liine (69). in tbe city of Washington, made by William L. Bramhall et al., trustees, and recorded in IJber No. In. at folio 24, In the office of the surveyor of Salu District, together with the im provements. consisting of tbree-story and basement brick and stone dwelling No. 2112 O street n.w. 'IVrrns: One-third cash, balance in equal install ments at one and two years, with Interest al five per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at tbe option of the purchaser. A deposit of $600 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, revenue charges and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms to he complied with within ten days, otherwise the trustee* reserve tbe light to resell at risk and coat uf the purchaser lri default. WILLIAM E. EDMONSTON. 600 F.ftb st. n.w., ALDIS B. BROWNE, ael7-d&<ls Trustees. DUNCANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPERTY, ON "O" STREET BETWEEN NORTH CAPITOL AND FIKST STREETS WEST By virtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded In Liber No. 2157. folio 125 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, we will sell, at public auction, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER TWENTY-EIGHTH. A.D. 19<ni. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following de scribed real estate, situate In the city of Washing ton, in said District: Lots numbered from elghty nlne ?69) to nluety-two (92). both Inclusive, of Saunders and Griffin's subdivisions in square num bered six hundred and seventeen (617), as per plat recorded in I.llier 17, folio 2. of the records of the surveyor's office of s.tld District, containing in the aggregate 6,4t>0 square feet of ground. Terms: One-third cash, balance in equal Install ments, at 1 and 2 years, with Interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of s:tle, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $50 on each lot will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, revenue charges and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms to be compiled with within ten days, otherwise the trus tees reserve the right to resell any lot at risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser thereof. EUGENE CARUSL ALDIS B. BROWNE, sel 7-dA ds Trustees. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE. AUCTIONEER. Executor's Sale off a Des5r= abile Three=Story Brick provements, No. 2(0)36 II Street Northwest. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER TWENTY-FIFTH, 1900, at HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK. I will iffer for sale, by public auction, In front of tbe premises. Lot 17, in square 101, Improved by a well-built three-story brick house. Terms: One-half* cash, balance in one and two yoars, with Interest from tbe day of sale at 0 per cent per annum, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at thu option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 required upon ac ceptance of bid. Terms to be complied with in fifteen days. All conveyancing, stamps, &c., at purchaser's cost. W. I. SIMPSON, Executor of the Estate of C. Duval], Dec'd. Sel5-dAds JAMES W. RATCLIFFE. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF THREE-STORY AND BASE MENT BRICK DWELLING, NO. 326 C STREET SOUTHWEST By vlrtui of a deed of trust, duly recorded In Liber No. 2412, folio 300 et seq., one of the land records for tbe District of Columbia, and at the re quest of the party secured thereby, we will sell by public auction, in front of the premises, on THURS DAY, THE TWENTIETH DAY OF SKP TEMBElt, 1900 AT A QUARTER TO FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., the following descrlb.a real estate, situate In the city of Washington. District of Co lumbia, to wit: Part of lots four 14) and Ave (5) In Suare five hundred and thirty-four (534). begtn ng for the .-uime on South C street forty feet west from the southeast corner of said lot four (4), and run-iing thence west twenty-three feet two inches; thence running north fifty feet; thence run ning east three feet two Inches; thence running north sixty-five feet eleven Inches; thence running east twenty feet, and tbence running south one hundred and fifteen feet eleven Inches to the place of beginning, together with all the lmirovements. rlglits, Ac. Terms stated at time of sale. $100 deposit at time of sale. All conveyancing, stamps, Ac., at cost of purchaser. HENRY H. BERGMANN, seS-dAda Surviving Trustee. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE. AUCTIONEER] TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO FRAME HOUSES. NOS. 325 AND 327 H STREET SOUTHWEST. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recorded In Libor No. 1682, folio 86 ?t seq., one of the land records for tbe District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, we will offer for sale by public auction, in front of tbe ? remises, on MONDAY. THE TWENTY-FOURTH AY OF SEPTEMBER, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., tbe following described real es tate, situate in tbe city of Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: The west thirty-two (32) feet of lot numbered four (4), In square numbered five hundred and forty (540), fronting on H street and extending with that width to the rear of said lot, together wltb all the Improvements, rights, Ac. Terqis stated et time of sale. $100 deposit upon acceptance of bid. If terms of aale are not complied wltb in fifteen days from day of sale the trustees reserve tbe right to resell tbe prop erty at the risk and cos^ of tbe defaulting par chaser, after five days' advertisement in some newspaper published in Washington, D. C. All conveyancing, recording, stamps, Ac., at pur chaser's cost. CHARLES SCHNEIDER. LOUIS KETTLER, wlMMs Trustee*. AUCTION SALES. TOMORROW. JAMES W. BATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. 200iloquet, Velvet, Body Tapestry and other Carpets, all in good condition, to be sold within my salesrooms ?920 Pennas avenue N. W.-oiv WEDNES DAY HORNING, Sep tember 119, at - TEN o'clock. Now ready for examination. ael7-dftdba JAMBS W. RAH UFFE, Auct. " JAMES W. RATCLAFFR. AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ES TATE, IMPROVED B* A BRICK 8TORK AND bWELLING, WITH STABLE. KNOWN AS NO. 727 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHEAST. Und?r and by virtu# of decreet of the Supreme Court of the District of Colu?t>ta.; 8th day of May and the 27th day of July. 1900, I" equity raoit No. 21120. whsreia Joha G. U*li ? complainant and George B. L^wls et al are???" ffflKft. SEtcIm BER, 1900. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. in front of tUe premises, aell at public auction all that certain lot and parcel of land situate in the city of Pk lngton. District of Columbia. known as the aouth 19.797 feet by the full depth of lot 26 In square 904. together with the Improvement* thereeo,- consisting of a two-story brick house, known as >27 8tb street s.e., and a large frame (table Jo-.tha. rear thereof. Terms of sals: One-thinl of the purchase money cash, balance In equal Installments,, bearing Inter est payable semi-annually." at one and two Jea>* from day of sale, secured bv the promissory notes of the purchaser and a deed of trust 6n the prop erty sold, or all cash, at the option of the pur chaser. Sale to be closed within fifteen days irop1 the day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell at the cpst atxL risk,of. the default ing purchaser, after live days' ?^^^laymenf *jj one of the local paper*, A d<epo*lt. <)f f1.00 }>e required on the day of sale. Conveyancing, record ing and revenue stamps^ at^ garcbaser s coat. 819 4% at. n.w. PHILANDER A. BOWEN, Jr.. 1410 G st. n.w. NATHANIEL CARU&I. se&d&ds Room 202 Columbia Bldg. KtTIRE DAYS. THOMAS DOWLING & CO.', AUVnWNEERS. TRCSTEES* SALE OF RESHrENCE No. 118 HECKMAN ST. S.E. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia pawed in the case where in Stephen Van Wyck and others are cumplalnants and James P. Donnelly et al. are defendants, the undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction, on MONDAY, OCTOBER FIRST, A. D. 190O. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., in'front of the premises, all that jflfcee tir prfirtf rft land lying and ltelng In the clt~ of Washington, District of Columbia, known and designated as lot 87. in Archimedes Heckman's subdivision of square 730, as per plat recorded In Book 17. page Hi. one of the records of the surveyor's office of the afore said District of Columbia, the said lot being Im proved by a comfortable dwelling with all modern Improvements. . ... . Ternii of sale: All cash, a depoait of $150.00 being required at the time of sale. Tbepurcbaaer will t>e required to comply with the terms of sale In fifteen day*; otherwise the property will be re sold at the risk and coat of the defaulting pur chaser. Conveyancing and recording feea, revenue atampa, etc., at the purchaaer's coat-. FRED'K L. SIDDON8. Trtiatee, Loan and Trust building. WILLIAM B. REILLY, Trustee, selS-d&ds 486 Louisiana ave. n.w. DUNCAN SON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, NO. N QULNCY STREET NORTHEAST. By virtu* of a certain deed of trust, recorded In Ltber No. 1983, folio 299 et eeq., ef the land rec ords of the District of Columbia, wa will sell, at nubile auction. In front of the premises, on WED NESDAY, SEPTEMBER TWENTY-SIXTH. A. D. 1900. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the folic wing described real estate, situate In the county of Washington, In said District: Ail of lot numbered eighty-three <83> In the American Sacurlty and Trust Co.'s subdivision of lots In block numbered three (3i, in 'West Eckington," as per plat re corded In the office of the surveyor of said District in Liber Nq. 3 < our>ty subdivisions!, at folio 13S, together with tlie Improvements, consisting of two story brick dweilng No. 67 Qulncy street northeust. TermmOne-third cash, balance in equal Install ments, at one and two years, with interest at six (C) i>er cent..m per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the propertv sold, or all cash, at the option of the pur chaser. A deposit of $200 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, revenue charges and re cording at purchaser's cost. Terms to be complied with within ten davs. otherwise the trustees re serve the right to resell, at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. CARral A 1.1 US B. BROWNE. sel3-d&ds Trustees. JAMES W. RaTGLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSES, N "S. 346 AND 348 F SIR El' SOUTH WEST. By virtue of a deed of trrst, duly recorded in Liber 2412, folio 308 et seq.. of the lsnd records for the District of Columbia, and at'the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will ofTer for Bale, bv pnbllc auction, lu front of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE TWEN TIETH DAY OF SEPTEMBER. A.D. 1900. AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real estate, situate In the city of Wash ington, in the District of Columbia, to wit: Part of lot numbered seventeen (17), In square numbered five hundred and thirty-nine (538). Beginning for the same at a point on South F street sixteen feet east from the northwest corner of said lot seven teen (17?. and running thence east twenty-four feetr tbcnce running south one hundred and twen ty-two feet two lufbes to a thirty-foot alley; thence running west twenty-four feet, and thence running north one hundred and twenty-two feet two inches, to the place of beginning, together with all the lmprovemeLi.8. rights, etc. Terms: Stated at time of sale. $100 deposit at time of ssle. All conveyancing, stamps, etc., at purchaser's cost. HENRY H. BERC.MANN, se8-d&ds Surviving Trustee. THOS. J. OWEN, AUCT.. NO. 013 F ST. N.W. EXECUTORS SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY, FRONTING ABOUT 120 FEET ON M STREET AND tfti FEET ON PROSPECT AVENUE. CONTAINING ABOUT 27.000 syl ARE FEET. IMPROVED BY A LARGE THREE-STORY BRICK DWELL ING, NO. 3233 M STREET. GEORGETOWN, D. C. By virtue of authority vested In us bv the will of the late George Hill. Jr., we will sell, at pub lic uuct'.on, In front of the premises, on SATUR DAY, SEPTEMBER TWENTY-SECOND, 1900. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., parts of original lots 13, 14. 91 and 92. in square 1207, with the Improve ments thereon. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance in one end two years, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the pur chaser's option. A deposit of $5o<i required if sold at a whole, if sold In detail a deposit of $100 re quired on each lot at time of sale. Conveyancing, recording and revenue stamps at purchaser's coat. Terms of sale to be complied with within ten days liom day of sale, otherwise the executors reserve the right to resell the propertv at the risk und cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' pre vious advertisement of such resale In some news paper published In Washington, D. C. HENRY P. GILBERT. ItUFUS H. DARBY* ae7-dAds Ex ecu to ra Estate of George Hill. jr. THOMAS DOWLING, AUCTIONEER. CHANCERY SALE OF HOUSES 2228 AND 3230 O STREET. 3231 AND 3233 P STREET AND 1621 AND 1623 '?D STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the Dlatrlct of Columbia, in Equity Cause No. 21273 (Marcey et al vs. Marcey et al.). dated Au guat 3. 1900, we will sail, at public auction. In lrout of Uie premises, on WEuNESDAY, THE 1\\ EN'TY-SIXTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1900, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. part of lot one hun dred aud twenty-two (122l. In square twelve hun dred and thirty-one (1231). in the city of Washing ton (formerly in Beatty aud Hawkiua' Addition to lieurgeiown). being tne easternmost 28 feet 10 lncbea frout on O st. by depth of 15o feet, im proved by two'frame dwellings, numbered 322s and 3230 O at. And Immediately thereafter, two parts of lot oue hundred and alxty-two (102), In square twelve hundred and fifty-five, lu said city (formerly Beatty aud Hawkins' Addition to George town), uescribed as follows: First parcel?Begin ning on 3d IP) st. at the southeast corner of said lot and running thence weatwardly 19 leet 6 inches to the center of the division wall between the two frame bouses ou said lot, thence north through the center of said division wall 136 feet, thence easter ly to the northeast corner of said lot aud thence south with the east Hue of said lot to place of beginning. Second parcel?Beginning at a point on the north line of 3d (P) at. 19 feet 6 inches dis tant from the southeast corner of said lot and westerly therefrom, and running thence westerly along the north line of aaid street 23 feet 6 inches, theuce north 160 feett" the rear line of aaid lot, thence east with said rear line 43 feet, thence aonth 15 feet with the caat line of said lot, thence weat 18 feet 6 Inches and thence south 135 feet to the place of beginning. Improved by frame houses 8231 and 3233 P at. And Immediately thereafter, parts of lota one hundred and aeventy-nlne (178) and one hundred and eighty (180). in square twelve hundred and fifty-dve (1256) (formerly Beatty and Hawklna' Addition to Georgetown), in the Dlatrlct of Columbia, described aa follows: Beginning for the same on the east line of Market (33d> at. at the acnthweat corner of the lot formerly Henry Trunnel's. and running thence south with said atreet 32 feet, thence east 100 feet, 1 hence north 82 feet thence west parallel with the second line and with 4th (O) st. 100 feet to the place of begin ning. Improved ay two frame houses, respectively designated aa 1521 and 1523 33d st. n.w. Terms of Bale, prescribed by the decree: One third cash, and the balance In two equal Install ments, payable to one and two years, reapectively, with intereat at 6 per cent per annum from day of sale to be secured by 'deed of trust upon tbe prop erty. or all cash, at the option of the pnrchasera. AU conveyancing, recording and stamps at the cost of the purchaaera Terma of aale to be complied with In 15 days frorj day of aale. otherwise tnia teea reserve the right to reaell at cost of default ing purchaaera. A depoait of one hundred dollars ($100) will be required at the time of sale upon each honae sold. j _ _ JOSEPH H. BltADL*Y. Trustee. 1218 S2d at. n.w. JESSE fi. W1L80N. Trustee. sel3-dts BIT. 818 4% at. ? W. AUCTION SALES. KLTLHK DAYS. WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO.. AUCTIONEER*. TRUSTEE'S SAI.E OF HOUSE AND LOT X'UM BERED lK.ti NEW HAMPSHIRE AYENUS NORTH WEST. By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded in Liber ?;375. folio 4.sf? et eeq., of the land re^-ord* of tbe District of Columbia. default having been made la the (Mirtnei)t of the setui-tuinu.il Interest due on the note* secured by said trust, and at th<? request of the party wt'and, the undersigned trustee will of fer for sale at public auction. In front of the prem ise*. on FRIDAY. THE TWENTY -EIGHTH DAY OF 8KPTEMltK.K, 1'.?*>. AT FOUR O'ClJH'K P.M., the following described real estate In the rlty of Washington. District of Columbls, known and dis tinguished as lot numi>ertd 4ft in Cooper's kuImIIvIs iou of lot numbered 3<i in IKnlge's sulnlit iaion of square numbered 176, Improxd by a two-story brick dwelling. Termsi>f sale: One-third cash, balance In two e<iual I installment* |>aj 4ble in txe and two years from the l day of sale, with Interest on the deferred payment# at six.per cent per annum until |>aid. Interest pay j able semi-annually. deferred pay mints t?> be recurs ] by deed of trust on premises s<?ld. ?>r all cash, at the optl.tn of the purchaser. A de|>oslt of $2(?> re quired on da> of sale. All conveyancing, recording, notary fe * and revenue stamps at o*t of pur chaser. Terms to lx> cotupll. d with In ten nays from day of -ale, otherwise property will l?e r?old at the risk aad coat of the d< fault ins purchaser, after live days' notice |>ubllshed In The Evening newspaper. L. CAKEIX WI1JJAMSOX, Trustee, sel7-d&d? 478 Louisiana avenue. WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO.. AUCTIONEERS. TIU'STEE S KAI.E \ UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN HOl'SE ANI? LUT, NO. 601 F STREET NORTHWEST. By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded In Liber 240?. folio 244 et acq.. land records of tbe District of Odumhla. default having l>een uiade in the pay ment of the debt secured thereby, snd at the re quest of the party secured. and also by virtue of a decree of the Supreme (JOurt of the District of Columbia, passed In equity csuse 21377, the ua deralgtied trustee will offer for sale, at puhllc suc tion, In front of the premises, on THURSDAY, THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1900. AT FOCR O'CLOCK I'.M.. s one fourth un divided interest In the foll.iwlug described real es tate in the city of Washington, District of Co lumbia, knowo and distinguished as parts of lots 1 and 22 in square numbered 45ft. beginning for tbe same at tb? eoi theast corner of the square: thence running westward on F street 10 feet 0 lnchea; thence no.-th one hundred feet 7?* Inches: thence east 16 feet 6 Inches to 6th street, and thence sou to on 6tb street ona hundred fact TH Inches to tbe place of (>eglnulng. Improved by a substantial brick dwelling. Terms of ssle: One-third cssh, bslsnce in two equal lnstsllments. payable In one and two year* from the day of sale, with Interest on tbe deferred payments at six per cent per annum until paid. Interest payable semi-snnually; deferred payments to be secured by deed of trust on premises sold, or all caah at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of t2<>0 required on day of sale. All conveyancing, recording, notary fees and revenue atamps st coat of purchaser. Terms to tie compiled with in tun days from day of sale, otherwise property will be resold at the risk and est of the defaulting pur chaser, after five days' notice published In Ttaa Evening Star newspaper. L. CABELL WILLIAMSON. Trustee. selT-dftds 478 Louisiana avenue. JAMES W. KATCL1FFE, AUCTIONEER! " TRUSTERS' SALE OF A NEARLY NEW BRICK HOUSE. NO. 12(t N STREET SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a deed of trust, duly recurded la Liber No. 2446. folio 451 et seq., one of tbe lend records for the District of Columbia, and at tbe request of the party secured thereby, tbe under* signed, trustee, will effer for sale. by pnblic auc tion. In front of the premises, on FRIDAY. TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A.D. 1900, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. tbg following described real estate, situate In tbe city of Washington, In tbe District of Columbia, to wit: Part of lot numbered four (4). In Law and Carroll's subdivision of square numbered seven hundred and forty-three (743i. as per plat recorded | lp Book N. K., page 1W8, In tbe surveyor's utile* of said Diatrlct. described as follows: Beginning for the ssme sixteen (16> feet eight (8) lnchea from th" southeastern corner of said lot and tbanca running westwardly slong the line of sooth "N street sixteen (16) feet eight (8i Inches: thene* northwardly at right angUs with aald "N" street cne hundred (100) feet to tbe northern line of lot; tbence eeatwardly sixteen (16) feet eight M Inches. and thence southwardly to tbe place of beginning, being tbe same piece or parcel of laud conveyed by John T. Van Ills wick to William P. Furgeson. trustee, and recorded In Liber N. C. I. G., folio 168 et eeq.. of tbe laud records of said District, together with all the Improvements, rights. Ac. Terms: One-third cash, tbe balance in one and two years, with interest from tbe dav of aale nt six per cent per annum, secured by deed of tract on the property sold, or all casb, at tbe option of the purchaser. A d-posit of $100 at time of sals. Terrue to be complied wltb in IB days. AU con veyancing. damps. Ac., at the purchaser's ceaL HENRY H. BERUMANN. se8-dAds Surviving Trustee. WALTER B. WILLIAMS ft CO.. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, HOUSES NOS. 803 AND 80S EAST CAPITOL STREET. THltEK-STORY BRICK DWELLINGS. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated March T, 100". and recorded on the 10th day of March. 1POO, in L<ber No. 2470, at folio 444 et seq., one of tbe land records of the District of Columbia, we will sell, at public auction, in front of tbe premises, on THURSDAY. THE TWENTIETH DAY OK 8EP TEMPER. A. D. ltoeo. AT HALF-PA8T FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. part of original lets aeven <7l and eight (8i. In square nine humlicd and twenty (9-0). beginning on East Capitol ttreet. twenty-four <24) feet east of the northwest corner of the mid square, and running tbence east along said street thirty-two <32i feet thetice South nlnety-tbree (03) feet and one 111 Inch, theuce west thirty-two (82? feet and thence north nlnety-tbree <93l feet one il) Inch to the place of b.giuu.ug, together with the right of way for alley purposes over that part ot lot seven 47? begluning at the eoutbwest coiner at the aforesaid parcel of laod and running thencn west twenty-four (24) feet to 8th street, thenc# north on said street three <3| feet, thence east twenty-four i24> feet, thence south to the place of beginning. Thii property ia sold aubject to a prior trust incumbrance of f8.o5o.ou. with luterest thereon to tbe day of sale. Terms of sale: The purchaser Is to assume the abovo mentioned incumbrance and the iiurchas# price to be paid one-half in cash anl one-half In ala months fr >m day of kale, secur.d by deed of trust on tbi property sold, with interest at sli per cent, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A da posit of two huulrtd dollars will be required at ibe time of sale. All conveyancing and rerenua stamps at tbe cost jf the pu. chaser. Terms of st.le to be complied with within ten d.:ys from the day of sale, otherwise the property will be lesold at tbe risk and cist of the defaulting pur chaser. LOUIS E. COLUMBUS. JOSEPH DAGUE. ae8-dAds Trustees. ~ DUNCAXSON BROS.. AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPERTY. KNOWN AS LOTH 32. 33 AND TART <>F 31. "METROPOLIS VIEW." CEN TER ECKINGTON. By virtue of ? ce-tain deed of trtist. dated Au gust 12. 1891, and recorded in Liber 1000. foil > :165 et seq.. of the land ie< < rtls of the District of Co lumbia. and of a certain died In trust dited De cember 22. 1891. and recorded In Liber 1(H6. folio 13ft of said land record*, at'd at the te<iue?t of the holder of the notes secured thereby, as surviving trustee. I will sell, at public auction, on the premises, or. MONDAY. THE TWENTY FOURTH DAY (IF SEPTEMBER. AD. lSKiO. AT FOUR O'CI/iCK P.M.. the following d-scrtlied real estate, situate in the county of Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: Ail of lots numbered respectively thirty two. thirty-three and part of tblrt.v-fonr. In Middletoo and Berry, trustees'. subdivUb n .,f a tract of land called and known as "METHOPOI.IS VIKW," as per plat made in proceedings In equity caus.- 500. Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, snd as recorded In I.Uier "Governor S ep'^erd." folio 41, of the records of the District of Ojlumhta sul^ veyor. and as described in t';e nforesa d d eds. el ceptlng. however, tbe foil.'wKng parts of said lets, namely: So much of said lot thirty-two as was conveyed to William A. H iwiett. by deed reeord'd in Liber No. 1132 folio U4 et ee<i., one of the land re ords of ga d District, and exccnting slso so much of said lot thirty-three as falls within the exterior lines of 4t?' 'FourthI street east ex tended through said lot thirty-three: and excepting also snblot sixty-seven of a subdivision of a part of sahl tract of said land re?wd?"d In the office of the surveyor of the Distr'ct of Columbia. In I.lber County No. 8, folio 52: and excepting also lots (lz to fifteen, both inclusive. In blocfc s'xteen: also lots three to ten. both In-itisive. In block seven teen: also V>ts on- to eleven, both Inclusive: and lots fifteen to twenty-four, both Inclusive: and lot thirty-sli In block nineteen: also !o*a one. sixteen and seventeen. In block sixteen Lots two, eleven, twelve, thirteen and fisirtsen In block fifteen; lot two In Mock twenty, and lots four atid nine in block twenty-one of a stibdiv'slon of a part of said tnict of ssld land, mad" s'ne.- tN> dste of and record of said deed .if rust and deed In trust; said Inst mentioned sui-dlvMon being recorded in L't>er County No. R. folio 65 of the r**cord? of the snrrey or's (dice of snld District: also excepting the par cel of land described In a di-ed to Annie C. Rs'lnu. recorded in Liber CT99 fol'o .fit or ssld land r^e ords; and excepting aiao the streets and alley* shown in said lHst-m?itt on>d sit'dlv's'i^i wulch have been d?d1 -ate<I to the District of rVilnmbt*, and also excepting ? small parcel of sa!d tract n# land, containing about 17.t(?8 sunre feet, and ds scrlt>ed In a certain deed reeo-ded In t*-" lacd rec ords of the District of Cnlnmb'a in Liber X'o. 2140. folio No. 300 And also ejeepttnr another Kituill parcel of said tract of sa!d 'and. eontsln'nc ahont 4.300 square feet. m?"tIoT'd and d -Berthed la I.Iher X'o. 1900. folio No. ?S2. of the land records of the Distr'ct of ^olnmhia. At said sale separate bids wttl be Invited for any lot or lots In th? subdivision of part of th? above described property known as ("enter Ecklng* ton, and for tbe several nnsnbdlvlded p<rts. After all such bids hav? ceased tbe remainder of tUs property will he effere<1 hs a whole. The separate bids. If any. will be noted by the auctioneer, and after all separate bids have ce<sed tbe property will be offered as a whole. If them be a bljj for tbe whole property exceeding llm aggregate of the aeparate bids, that bid will Its accepted, otherwise the separate blda will become effective and be accepted. Terms of sale: One-third of the pnrehase money In cash balance In two equal installments, la one and two yeara from day of sale, with Interest at tbe rate of tfr pet annum, or all cash, at the purchaser's optl?>n. Deferred payments. If any. to be rerreserted by the promissory notes of the purchaser. d.vt?>d on the day of sale, besrlng Interest st the rate afore raid, pavabl" semi-annually, and secured by deeds of trust upon the respecllve nro|>erties Mild. In case of sale as a whole :: drposlt of J2 '>00 will be required. In case of separ-ite sales tba deposit will be $50 on each lot or $300 per Mock (where sit tbe lots lo any hlock are purchased by tbe same purchaser), and 12oo on carh cr the nn subdlvlded parcels. All convey: nclng. n cordlng and revenue stamps st the cost of tbe purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled with within tea days froic day of sale. In case of default (he trustee reserves tbe right at Lis option inet in substitution for. but ss cumulative with hla other legal remedies) to resell the property In respect of which default occurs at the purchaser's risk and cost, sfter ive deys' advertisement In 't'hs Evening Star. WILLIAM H O'CONNOR. Surviving Trustee, J sn?-dAds Ito. 16 R St. a.w.. Wssblngton. D. O.