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THIS AFTEEAOON. THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTS., 918 jr ST. N.W. TRTSTEFS' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPERTY LOCATED BETWEEN O AND R, KENTUCKY AVENUE AND SIXTEENTH STREET SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a deed of trust to us. dated the 27th day of June, A.D. 1804, and recorded in the land records for the District of Columbia in Uher No. 1930. at folio 280 et seq.. we will, at the request of the holder of the notes secured thet by. sell. at public auction, in front of the premises on WE.) NEBDAY. THE FIFTH DAY OF SVEIBFR A.D. 1902. AT HALF-PAST FOUlt O'CLOCE P.M., the following described land on,1 premises, situate, lying and being in the city of Washington District of Celumbia. and known and .itatinguished3 as and being all of square west of sq'iate ten hun dred and ninety-two (west of square -1092). com prising all of original lots one (1) an.1 two 42). Terms of sale: One-third cash, and the balance in one, two and three years. the deftrrenl pay ments to bear interest at the rate of five per cen tum per annum, payable semi-annually, and to be represented by notes of the purchaser secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or al cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit it two ,bundred dollars to be required at the tiu:e of sale, and all conveyaneing and recording to be at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be c.m plied with within tes days from date of sal,. otherwise the trustees reserve the right to r-sell the property at the r!k and cost of the defaulting pur ser, after at least five days' uote of suen resale in some newspaper published in the District of Columbia. ALBERT A. WILSON, JOHN B. LARNER, oc23-d&ds 1335 F r.t. n.w. C. G. SLOAN & 00., AUCTS., 1407 G ST. N.W. CHANCERY SALE OF A FOUR (4) ACRE TRACT OF LAND AT INTERSECTION OF CITY AND SUBURBAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY AND BRENTWOOD 1ROAD. ADJOINING NORTH LANGDON. D. C. AND BEING PART OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM WALSH. DECEASED. By virtae -of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed in Equity Causes 20435 and 212111 (consolidated), the undersignnl trustee will offer for esle by public auction on WET)NFSDAY. THE F 'Ii DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1902. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., in front of the premises, part of lot forty-two (42), in John B. Kibbey's su ivision of a tract of land called Granby. in the county of Washington. District of Columbia. as per plat of record in surveyor's office containing four and seven-hundredths acres of land, and being all of said lot excepting a small strip at northeast corner thereof one hundred and twenty and fonr-tenths feet long by thirty-three and six-tenths feet deep. The property to be sold has a front of fqur hundred and sixty-four (464) feet on the north dide of Brentwood road and a depth varying frsm three hundred and thirty-four (84) ret to four hundred and three (403) feet. When Rhode Island avenue is extended according to the present street extension plane the property will face on said avenue. Electric cars stop (North Langdon station) at southeast corner of this prop erty. Plats will be exhibited at time of sale, and may be seen at office of the auctioneers and at office of Mr. Williams. one of the trustees. Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase price in cash, and the balance in two equal inustall ments at one and two years from the day of sale, secured by the promissory notes of the putchaser, bearing six per cent interest, and a deed of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the purchas er's option. Depodlt of two hundred dollars re quired at time of sale. Terms of sale to be com plied with in fiftee days or deposit may be for feited. All convdyancing and recording at cost of purchaser. MICHAEL 3. COLBERT. Trustee, Office, 412 5th at. n.w. IRVING WILLIAMSON, Trustee, Offce. 416 5th at. n.w. ]EO. FRANCIS WILLIAMS. Trustee, o21 a&ds Of?ee. 500 5th at. n.w. JAMES W. RATOLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. Desirable 3=story brick residence, No. 1915 N street N. W., II rooms, all modern improve= ments, near residence of British minister, by auc tion. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER FIFTH, 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., I will offer for sale, by public auction, in front of the premises, sublot 8, In square 115, improved by a modern 3-story residence. with all modern improvements, making it a most desirable bome or an investment. Term' stated at sa:e. $300 on acceptance of bid. House ole nfor inspection from Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 mm.. to date of sale. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE. oe29&-d Ads Auctioneer. TRISTEFS' SALE OF VALIABLE LOT, IM PO VED BY AN OLD BRICK BUILDING. ON SEVENTH STREET B1ETWEEN L AND M STREETS SOUTHEAST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. passed in Equity Cause No. 23090, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction, in front of the premises on WEDNFSDAY THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., all that piece or parcel of ground situate in the city of Washington, District of Columbia, being a part of square 907, beginnuing for the same 84 feet 10 inches from the northwest corner of said square and frot:ing on 7th street east; running thence south, still fronting on 7th street. 19 feet 6 inches; thence east 125 feet to the alley: thence north with said alley 19 feet 6 inches; thence west 123 feet, to the place of beginning. Terms: One-third of the purchase money cash and the balance In one or two years, with interest, to be secured by deed of trust upon the hereinbe fore mentioned piece or parcel of land and premises, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser; $100 as deposit required at time of sale. Conveyancing, re cording. &c., at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within fifteen days after sale or the trustees will resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement in some newspaper published in Washington. D. 0, MASON N. RICHARDSOW Trustee iedlbldg WM, L. POILARD, Trustee. ioo I st. THOS. I. OW1N & SON, Auctioneers. oc23-eodkds BOTURE DAYS. THOS. B. WAGGAMAN, AUCTIONEER. TRUST!ES' SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ES. TATE, KNOWN AS NO. 1022 W SPREET NORtTHWilT. By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded in LUber No0. 1483. folio 409 at seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the party secured thereby, the undersigned will sell, at pulcauction, in front of the neis, on MON DA,TESEVENTEENTH DA FNOVEM ~BER, A.D 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P .,tefollowing described real es tate. situate in the city of Washilngton, Disttict of COlumbia, known as all of lot "B" in John 0. Adams' suhudfrision in square numbered 881, as per piat ru-or-ded in Liber C. H. B., folio 217, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. Tuerm,: One-fourth of the purchase money In cash, of which $100 must be paid at the time of sale, and the balance in three equal Installments, payable In one. two and three years from day of sale, to be represented by the notes of the pur chaser. whicht are to be secured on tile property sold, stud bear Interest at the rate of five per cent per-anumu. All coveyancing and recording to be at the cost of purchaser. if the trma of sale be not complied with in fifteen- days from day of sale the trusutees reserve the right to resell at the risk end cost of the dlefaultng1 purchaser. TH S.. WAGGAMAN, -Trustee. GEO. W. STICKNEY ur18.104.22.168&15 'l4rustee. C. 0. SLOAN A CO., AUCTIONERS, 1407 G ST. TRUSTEES' RAIE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED IREAL ESTATE, No. 638 B STREHE' BOUTH WEST. By virtue of a certain de.ed of trust, recorded in Liber No. 2196, foli 428 e-t seg , of the lauud rec ords of the District of Columbia, we will sell, at ~ubice auctIon, in front of the premises, on WElD IEDAY. NOVEMBER NINETEENTH, 1902, AT HAI'.-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the city of Wash i ngton, In said District: All of lot numbered twenty-seven (27) and the east five (5) feet front on South II street, by full depth, of lot numbered twenty-aix (26) in Daniel Carroll's subdivision of oguare nurabered fonur hundred and sixty-two (402), as said anhdivision and p1at are recorded in Liber N. K., foli.,s 162 and 163. of the records of the of Ice of the surveyor of the District of Oolumia, the whole being contained within the following metes and hounds, namely: Beginning for the same at the northeastern corner of said lot numbered twesuty-seven 427) and running thence west along the nor-tt. line of B street thirty (30) feet; thence south on.e hundred and nine 1109) feet and twenty one-hundredths (21-100) of a foot to the north line et a twenty-five (25) feet wide alley; thence north easterly along said lime of said alley to the south eastern -orner of said lot numbered twenty-seven (7), and thence north along the eastern line of Said lot one hundred and fire (106) feet six (6) inches to. the place of beginning, together with the improvements, eonsisting of a three-story brick dwelling. umnbered 638 B street southwest. Terms: One-thIrd cash, balance in equal install mnents. at one and two years, with interest at aix (6) per centum per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the propserty .eold. or all cash. at the option of the pur chaser. A dleposit of $300 will be required at time of sale. Alt conveyancing, recording and tnotary fee at purchaser's cost. Terms to be comuplied with within ten days, otherwise the trustees re erse the right tou resell at risk and coit of the de faulting purchaser. ENOCH L- WHrTE Pacific building, GEO. W. WHITE, National Metropolitan Bank, neo-dis .Trustees. TH06, I. OWEN & SON, AUCTIb 918 F 1T. N.W. KORimaT CRNE OFSHERMAN AVE, AND WAILarCH gi'nUWtr WORHWr. E ivru f a eetain deed of trust duly re e Ude n ier 212T', folio 411 et seq., sue of the lead resords for the District ef Oslimbia, mat at the re t 1te sieeued thereby, we will L N A LW 4 4h E M U 'E X . . Ia the subdivissm ede by the 3~ct i C, ..Ms Lei Kas na see .armas tee AUCTION SAL., TO ORWR- .,-" . .J. a. Sindar, Auet:, 65s LA. AYE. N.W. SALE TOMORROW, TEN A.M.. Bed Room and Parlor Suites, China and Glass. ware, Carpets. Rockers. Cigars, Conlan . Shw Cases, etc. Consignments received up to of sale. - it 1 MARCUS NOTES. AUCTIONEE S7 LA. AE. REGULAR SALE OF FURNI TURE AND CARPETS WITH IN MY SALESROOMS, 637 LA. AVE., TOMORROW, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, AT io O'CLOCK. Walnut and Oak Bed Boom Sets, Folding Beds, Brass and Enamel Bed. Hair Mattresses. Side boards. Chifoniers, Parlor Furniture, Conehs. Wardrobes. Odd Dressers and Washstands. large anantity of Chairs. Bookcases and lot of other goods unnecessary to mention. it THOMAS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEE. Chancery Sale of a Large and Valuable Tractof Land near theMethodistUniver sity, containing 102 acres, more or less, lying in the District of Columbia be tween the Ridge road and the road to chain Bridge, just north of the Conduit road, being the property owned by the late William A. T. Maddox. By vlrtuo of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. passed in equity camse No. 16487, wherein Frances M. Miller and another are complainants and William B. *Maddox and ,thers are defendants, the undersigned "trustee will sell, as a whole at public auction, in front of the dwelling on the hereinafter described propert. on THURSDAY THE SIXTH DAY OF N'OVEM BER, A.D. 1102, AT HALF AFTER FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following land and premisea, situate in the county of Washington. District od Columbia. and known and designated as parts of the tracts of land called "White Haven" and "St. Philip and 3acob," lying between the- Lougb bornugh and Conduit and Ridge reads and the road. to the Chain bridge, the same being the land in tended to be conveyed by a certain deed from rhomas Marshall to William A: T. Maddox. bear .g dat My 20. A.D. 1858, and recorded in-Lfer .A.t S.. ho b6. folio 147 et seq.,. of the land records of said District, the same .eontaining 10L tcres and 11 perches of land, more or less, and. mnproved by a frame dwelling and outbuildings. Terms of sale am prescribed by the decree: One third of the purchase money in cash, and the bal tnce in equal installments in one and two years, ,or which the notes of the purchaser must be given, with interest. paya$le _seni-annually, at the rate >f fie per centum from 'the day of sale until paid. and secured on the p'rop :rty' se1, or ail easb; 4t the purchaser's option. A deposit of $1,000-w-il be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, ae tnowledging and recording at the purchaser's cost. If the terms of sale are not complied. with in ifteen days from the day of sale the trustees re serve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after give days' ublic notice of such resale In some newspaper pub. PSshed in Washington. D. C. SAMUEL MADDQX, 340 Ind. are., Trustee. PERCIVAL M. BROWN, Jenifer Building, 400404 7th at. n.w. oc24-d&ds Trustee. HORSES. HORSES Magraoth & Kennelly, Auctioneers. I will sell at your auction sale on Thursday next, November 6th, one :arload of Drivers and Coachers. In this lot several choice cobbs. This stock will be at your stables on Wednesday next, and all in need of good stock are invited to call and examine them before the sale. Some of this stock has been used by our transfer co. in carrying passen gers through the park during the summer season. United States Ttansfer Co. We will also sell a load of good Horses shipped by Leo Freidenwald, from Westmoreland Co.. Pa. All are invited to call and examine this stock before the sale. no3-3t-42 MAGRATH & KESNELLY. Aucts. C. G. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. Large Sale of Government Property, SUCH AS CARPETS, CHAIRS, TTPEWRIT ERS AND APPURTENANCES, CLOCKS, DOORS AND SASH, CASES, SCRAP IRON AND BRASS, LUMBER, ELEVATOR, STAMPS, SHADES, BOXES, FRAMES, BELTING, GRATE BARS, BOILERS, 'HOISTING MA CHINE, ELT'RIOAL FTTTINGS, TEL PHONE SETS, BUCKETS, IRON SAFE, CA BiLE, IRON RATT.INGS, TABLES, WARD ROBES, CHANDEIERS AND GLOBES, QA5 BRACKETS, LANTERNS, WATER COOLERS, W A R D R OB ES, TABLESB, WASESTANDS, DESKS, PIGEONHOL1S, CAMERAS, KODAKS, FLASH LAMP', PLATE HOLDERS, TRIPODS, LENSES, SHELVES, LEAn AND IRON PIPE, WIRE, SETTERS, WHEDErA HOSE, ETC., ETC. By order of the Secretary of the Department of the Interior we will sell at Dublic auction, en THURSDAY, NOVEMBER SIXTH, 1902, AT TEN' O'CLOCK A.M., a large lot of government furni. ture, old material, etc., as partly mentioned above. The male will open at the PATEN'T OFFICE YARD, CORNERSTH AND G STS. N.W.. CON TINUING AT THE POST OFFICS, 8TH BE TWEEN E AND F STS. N.W. Terms cash, and all goods to be removed im mediately after the sale at purchaser's expense. A complete schedule of the goods can be seen at the auctioneers' offBee, 1407 G at. oc30-dte C. 0. SLOAN & CO.. Auctiopeers. C. 3. SLOAN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 0 ST. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED HANDOME THREE-TORY AND BAS ET BRICK DWELLING, KNOWN AS 1933 13TH ST. NORTHWEST: ALSO HANDSOME THBRE STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING, KNOWN AS 1506 R ST. NORTHWEST. By irtuerof the authority ete in me as - D. Parish, deceased. I will offer, for sale, at public auction. at the rooms of the Washigtn Real Es tate Exchange, No. 1814 F street notwest, Wash ingtoUnBER*. "D TUSDAY THE SITH DY P.M., the flowin desced real estate inth known as sublot 113, In square 27#, being 198i 13th street northwest, together with improvements there on being a handsome threesoyand basemtent heated by.et wateiprveen. Also ON THE SAME DAY, AT QUARTER-PAST FOUR P.M.. sublot numbered 46, in sa to heter wth the iprovenets tiaom 9,to basement brick dwelling in cae ad teblne in emi nstalaena one and two years secured by dedof trust on the property mald, wit interest at 5 per cent eran nu autl I aidteropt p pmbl be required upon the acceptance ofid Al cu eymoin and rcding at purcemseast Teu ee ether or both pretat risk adctod faneteat.purchaser, a ft r ve days' previous adieg ALEX. F. ROBERTSON Executor N. B-Par further particulars andl ge_rit to is 7t a-epoet Fappy to Vees.,Hmua. ecU-dAds 0. G. SIWAN & CO., Anetioeers. WTUNU DATE. THOU. J. OWEN & SON, AUOrIOuuumse TRDIRW ALE OF UNM'OED E&A .S TATE SIUT T TH QN OF 11I By vistas et r- deed t tse reestdd in Edber No. 1784. folio 157 at seq.. 0t thk-lad reearsid the District of Ceuieat tofinustS the SATUEAY,T U DAY ONYm. REE, A. D. 11, AT' F~ ( KP., e te rol .isae, in thsed AIICm sasL1, JAM.- W. RATM11V1 , oAO , Administ-ratrlx Sale of Two-Story and Attic Frame Dwel1ng No. 467 N Street N. W., also 2 Frame Houses and Brick Stable in rear. By ,brtes of a dessrs of the qer m e Clet at the District of Qhlnvbia, a Spmial Tern fra Orptaaa' C tam fatl= e =tte of the estate of A. E: Kern deeee. known as Ad ministrati Chae Ne. 17g the in ftmeIN of the F ,TBFUTBT DAY F OA. D, 185, AT HALF PAST FOUR O P.M.. the PA.wr d ecrmbed real estate, situate in the %F ntou, District of Columbia, to wit: west 86 test Tinke fet es N street b i faUll dpth Stof inlolt mombered S,i seg m s bered 512 th east 20 feet frunt on street b the ll of4St( feet of original lot aubsd10. in la s and a ft of lot soe d 8 and the et ii 6 f-ebia in froat as a Wf-st aa!Dd eQt obeloaninbsiueed sad taosl ique fass 12, Inaad .e A. 3:. Es, se, as r 1stthreSt reeetded in rersers ee et : of taumta In eBook Q. I.. page as,ihal Iet o1 s ~5 etc. sold in se+arate parcels. Terms: Cash. A deposit of will be re quired at the time of sale. If termsU of sale are not complied with In 15 days fenrm -the day of sale the administratrx reserves the right to resbil the rtyat the risk and cost of the defalt , after ive day' advertisement of resale in some newspaper published in Washington. D. . All conveancg e at e netdAs LLAa S, KNeEaD, tr THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTB., 918 F ST. N.W. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE BUSINESS OORNER LOT SITUATE AT CORNER OF FIRST AND > STREETS SOUTHWEST. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re corded In Liber No. 2468. folio 898 et seq., one of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the holder of the note secured thereby, we will sell at public aucti in front of the premises, on MONDAY. NOVEMn TENTH A. D. 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. lot numbered 1, in square west of square numbered 645 situkte in the city of Washington. District of tolumbia, fronting 60 feet on lt street and 83 feet on K street, containing 4.980 square feet. This is a very desirabl corner lot for a coal or a other business purpose and will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve to close an estate. The attention of buyers iL particularly called to this sale. Terms: Sold subject to a deed of trust for $1,000, balance cash of which a deposit of $100 will be -equired at time of sale. Conveyancing, recordinG etc., at purchaser's cost. ROLAND C. BOOTH, 8. PRESCOTT WRIGHT, no4-dts Trsitees. C. O: SLOAN- & CO., AUCTIONEERS, 1407 G ST. TRUSTEES' SALE OF A TWO4TORY BRICK RESIDENCE, BEING PREMISES NO. 1961 4TH ST. N.E., ECKINGTON, By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated the third day of October, A.D. 1898, and duly recorded in Liber No. 2 folio 125 et seq., of the land records of the District of Columbia. the under sagned truetees under said deed in default of ps meat 'of the interest due thereon, will sell, at pu lie auction, in front of the premiset, on MONDAY. THE SEVENTEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1902, AT HALF-PAST FOUR P.M., the following described land and premises, known and distin guished as lot numbered thirty-nine (39), In Carl Alexander Johnson's subdivision of part of square seventeen (17). in George TruesdelPs addition to the city of Washington. as per plat recorded in Liber County No. 11, folio 134, of the records of the surveyor of the District of Columbia, being Imprved by a two-story brick house in good con Terms: One-third cash, balance In one and two yearss with ntesest at 5 per cent per annum. p ahesemi-annually, and secured by a deedof. trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $100 will be required at time of sale. All conveyancing, re cording, notarial fees, revenue stamps, etc., at cost of purchaser. If terms of sale are not com plied with in flfteen days from the day of sale the trustees reserve the right to readvertise and sell at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur chaser, after due notice published in some Wash BENJAMIN P. DAVIS. ALBERT L. SnURTEVANT, no4-d&ds Trustees. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONER. Sale of Valuable Building Lot on 16th Street, Be tween Q and Corcoran Streets Northwest. On TUESDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF NO VEMBER, 1902, AT HAIP-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., I will offer for sale, by public auction, In front of the premises, part of lot 17 and lot 18, In square 193, 28x110. Terms made known at time of sale. $20e deposit nquired at time afseale. If terms of. sale are not complied with in 15 days from the day of sale property will be resold at risk and cost of de fnulting purchaser. All conveyancing, Ac., at pur chaser's cost. no4-d&ds JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, Auct. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, AUCTIONEER. Trustee's Sale of Valuable Unimproved Property on Cambridge Place, Irving Place and on U street be tween 30th and 31st streets, "Cooke Park," West Washington, D. C. By virtue of two deeds of trust, recorded re a vely, In Liber No. 2400, folio 229. and iLber fono 273 et seq., of the land records for the District of Columbia, and at the request of the secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer for sale, by public auction, In front of the rsetive res, on MON1)AY, THE SEV ENT(U DY OF NOVEBER, A. D. 190, AT HALB-PAST FOUR O'Ol.)0K P.M., the foR lou4ng described real estate, situate in the cty of Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: Al of lots numbered sixty (60), sixty-one (61), sixty. -two (62) and sixty-three (63), in Ashford & Rido trustees', subdiviaion of part of nuuare twselve hundred and e4gbty-two (12,5 In that pert of the city of Washington formerly known as Cooke Park, Georgetown, as per plat recorded in Liber A. Rt. S., folio 241, of the records of tihe octe of the surveyor of the District of Columbia; also all of Rota numbered one hundred and sixty one (161), one hundred and sixty-t.wo (162), one hundred and sixty-three (163), one hundred and sixty-four (164), one hundred end sixty-flve (165). one hun$red and eighty-four (184), one hundred and eighty-five (186), one hundred asnd eighty-six (186) tshor & Ridut, trustees, subdvisio ofar of maid suare numbered twelve hundred and eIghty-two( 1282), as per plat recorded in A. R. S., folio 247, In the aforesaid records of surveyors, to rwith all the improvemente, rights, &c. rms: -One-r cash th balance in one and two years, with Interest from the day of sale at six per cent (6%) per annum, secured by deed of trust on the proprty sold, or all cash, at the option of the purce r. A deposit of $100 on each parcel at the timg of sale. If terms of male are not complied with in 15 days from day of sale the trustees reserve the right to resell the proprty at -the risk angl coat of the deteulting purcaser after five days' advertisement of such resale In some newspaper published in Wahington, D. 0. All conveyancing, recordig &c., at purchaser's cost. CLEIN W.HOWARD, BOBERT H. HAZA.RD, no4-d&ds Trustees. JAvES W. RATOLIFFI, AUCIONEE!R. TRUSTEEXSsALE Oil TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE No. 1917 flgVEWHTH STREIDr NORTHWIlET. By virtue of a deed of trust duly recorded in Liber No. 2141, fclio 875, it seq., of the land rec ords for the District of Columbia, and at the re qiuet of the party secured thereby, the under signed trustees will offer for sale ~lie auc T3IT DA the onA. D. 1902, AT HALF-PAIr YOUR O'AK .M., the following deseribed real estate situate in the city of Wash -lngton, District of Okinimbia, to wit: Lot num bered thirty-three (83) of WiDtam 5, Partello's sub division of lets in rsnumbered three hundred and thirty-three 413,- as said .ubdivs is re qorded 1n the oce of the suvyrfor the District of Columbia, in book 12, ~T10 together with all the improvements, rights,. Terms: One-third cush, the balance in one and two yes with Interest from the day of sale at 6 per o, seenred by deed of trust enth sol, orall cosb, at the optionet the purchaser. A deposit of $W00 required at the time of ssle. If the terms of sale are not compiled with in fifteen days from thme day of sale the trustees reserve the rgt to resell the property at the risk and cost of te sbligpuro ss, after five daysV adyvertisement of m3bresale in some news Property at Southwest Corner of New Hampshire Avenue and U Street at Auction, Trustees' Sale, Wednesday, Novenmber 12, .1902, at 4:30 o'clock p.m. 9,trta et a $sed et treet seeIn [J iber S40L 35 etseone emt the lenig s....s St esB attem S A!enam =am JAM W. BASIAsr'i, AU8E0ONES . umUw SA= or TWOL0 MWh NO. I P xEam i oy v et .a ded ot tsat, dely -a5esd" fa Ube No. 179, f1es Ol at seq.. ne of the land rss.ds fer the district of a. and at the regat it s party =end thw*, the tam. fientass wif eEe fee as, SAURDs AT .oML-x 'AN P.M. h bflbwi.g sneW fo the ciy ef wtalAetoe. h wit: Izt samed Chaes= V. Mallet's snbdhon, isis hud ad sixty-ae .( - -seseded In book a, .3ss 111, Js the of sal Distriet, - with su the free ad unta on ene A~ ergtain t of-aety-seve, a said as - ~sed asy a -Na; ftr the a t of w e e -f fe et to a feet (4') to be -enen aeshs tbp hmprovements, .fwo m the dy of sale atb twesaty deed of trust on pet eat the option of the pe dft rquired at the than of sae.. If ths t 1RA are not complied with-In 15 of sale, the trustees reserve the do" the oertylat the risk and cast of defaulting parcs, after five days' advertksemnt of resale in oome news paper blsU In Washington, D. 0.; all con vgyac reeding, &c., at parehaier'a cost. JOHN A. SCHAZC'R, WILLIAM B. MCCLOSKY, nodAds-- Trvstess. TRURT>! BALB OF VALUABLE REA, 111 TATE, NOR'iWI !BT CORNER 3D AND L STREE'S SOUTHEAST, IMPROVED BY TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District~of Colm'bia, passed in Equity Cause No. 22686, :the undersigned trustees will offer for sale, by pep'rc aucton. In front of the p~remises, on T A .. 'lIR'E EI(HTI M DAY OF NO V1MBF>S. A. D. 1902. AT HALF-PA FOUR O'C$AM; PM., the following described real es tate, situate in the city of Washington District of Columbia, to wit: Lot nuphered one (1). in square numbered seven hundred and sixty-eight (768). hay In a frontage on 3d street of 117 feet 6 Inches by a de ft of about 84 feet 8% Inches, Improved by a imo-story f rame homue, together with alltbe appar teanaces, &e., theretlo belonging. Terms: One-third cash, the balance In equal In -staiments at one and two years, evidenced by the promissory notes of the purchaser, with Interest at axper cent a a u,pa le .,n-nan y a cur eed by deed of trust onyate rpry sod 1or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of $200 required at the time of sale. If the terms of sale are not complied with in 15 days from the day of sale the truste reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur chaser efter live days' advertisement of such re sale in some nemepaper published In Washington, D. C. AU conveyan,ing. recm.ding, stamps, &c., at the purchaser's cost. OHARLIB Bl!N'DHEIM, Trustee. No. 472 Ia. ave. n.w. PAUL E. JOHNSON, Trustee, No. 512 F at. n.w. JAiME W. RATOLIP'E, Auct. nod-dAds THOBS. J. OWEN A SON, AUCIS., 918 F ST. N.W. TRUSTEE' SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT. NO. 212 CALIFORNIA AVENUE. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated March 21 1900. and recorded In Liber No. 2487 folio 85 oi seq. one of the land records of the District of Ce lumia, and by direction of the party thereby se cured, we will at public auction. In front of the r ses, on THURSDAY. THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF O0TOBER, 1902 AT HALF-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the real estate situate in the ounty of WasbIngton. District of Columbia, and deecrtbed as follows: pt numbered seven (7) In William M. and William, W. Corcoran's aubdivision of part of "Wide.'s MitW," now known as "Wash I ' ' I Height as per arr o ded roddInthe efc ofr thetiecorderof d deedo the District of Colum ta Libor d7, folio 71. Terms .of sale: On- f tie In cash and the eqa intallments a one (1) and two (2) uted by the notes of the purchaser, -with '= t at Sve (5) per cent annm, payable ually, and a deed of opton the cash, at a e e of sale. All on ei and recording to he at purchaeer's cost. 8fsale to be compiled with within Afteen daja- fram day of sale, or the trustees reserve the ig M qfresell at risk and cost of defaulting purchae r. aftr five days' prvious advertisement. MULR. ,D AeO-d"ds Trustees. E7THE ABOVE S POSTPONED TILL FRIDAY. NOVBKB ENTH. 1902, AT I A-AI EFp OR AV. tA M L BOl, Uf F. WEST, Trustees. oe27-d&ds Trustees' 320e of Valuable Improved r9perty, being the Three Stories and Basement, Brown-Stone and Brick Dwelling No. 1706 Connecticut Avenue Northwest. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the DIstict of Columbia, passed in Equity cause No. 2190. the undersigned trustees wIll sell, at public auction. In front of the premises, on TUES DAY. NOVEMBER ELEVENTH 1902, AT HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the following de scribed land and premises situate in the city of Washagton. District of oolumbia, to wit: Lot Harvey L. Page's and J. B. Alley's suab of asquare ninety-two, as said subdivision is recorded 'in the odice of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. In Book No. 11, folib 186, with the Improvements thereon. Terms of ale: One-third of the purchase money In cash. and the balance in one and two years, with interest from the day of sale at the rate of 6 per ceuture per ahasm, secured by a deed of trust upon the premses sold, or all cash at the purchaser's option. A deposit of dve- hunred del hirs will be requited at the time of sale; all con verancing. recording. etc. at the cost ofe ur chaser. The terms of esI to he copidwth within fifteen day's frong the da?i of ,se or the trustees reserve the rht o rsele property at the risk and cost of dealigpurchaser or i chasers, after five days' advertisement of sadre sale In some newspaper- published in the city of Washington. JOHN C. GITTINGS, cste S~. BINaTa nt.w. THOS. 3. OWEN~ A EoN. Auctis.. oe20-dAds WH2ON & MAYEBS AUCTION EERS, TRUS'1il' SALE Op tO-STORY AN'D BARL MENT BRI(3E 1lOl No. 2224 O STREET Dy virtue of a deed of -trust duly recorded in Liber 2440, -folio .100 ett:e., one ef the land ree ords of the District og oImJl, -and at the l'e quest of-the party ~secnr ~ thereby, the uIndersigned trustees will offer for male by pulc auction, in front -of the- premises, -'-ON ~H URBIDAY, THE THIRTEDTH DAY OF NOVEM3BER. A. Di. 1906, AT HALF-PART FOUR Q'CLOCK( P.M.,- the foUlow in described real estate, si tet In the city of W hington, District of. ceogiM, to wit: Part of original lot numbeted five (5), in square numbered fifty-seven (57), begining for thie same on the line of north G street at the northeast corner of said lot five (5) and running thence West along said street seventeen (17) feet ten and one-half (10%) inches; thence south fifty-seven (57) feet eight end one-half (8%) Inches; thence east seventeen (17) feet ten and one-helf (10%) Inches: thence north fifty seven (57) feet eight and one-halt (8%) inchs to the beginning, together with all the improvements, ri etee-third of the purchase maein cash, the balance in one and two yea5 w iInterest from the day of sle at 6 per cent per annum, se cnred by deed of trust on the property mold, or a.ll cash, at the option of tppurchaser. A deposit of $200 required at the t~ of sale. Terms of sale must be complied with Inten da from day of sae or the trustees will retell at the risk anid Cost of the defaulting purchaser. All conveyacln and recording at purchaser's cost. nol-d&ds Trustee., TUOB. 3. OWEN4 SON,6 ADOTIONEM TBUTES4 f ORNER NEW YORK eer dvin Itber No. - e3 t ma n of the land rererds fotof Cbhsad at th request of tb segra55h-d thee, he wln searot lan ad 1r the ciyof Wash and being all of lsaSsh=d , in~ et v .and tIe e . enu One-third ' in one and two rswith interest iema deed of trust on optim a sold, ornAR .at the -purchases's opt eposit of Iaapgquiend at titme of sale; coiesaigand reoha ca er's e. CHA L~JNDV R. Trase. as" , j II IiP WA lII . I= oLiE AREEN TEAM "N ..ll w. Pfrenwnm. .UI-K"* YOUNG LADY WTs -tm n a wtas to fle eeaessat l mknas s Welsch er an; aim ,edvetb 1eN.' JINT 0 at. S.W. German-American Kindergarten and P aratory School, 1011 UASBHIRH AYENU, CombcaBstsrehawlL Miles I N(YIr *' BaE=, Prmp.s.. Plano, Organ, Violin, &c. OOLUMBA ONPvATORY (N MU$IO, *t-12t* SIB Mt. Yesen Plae. Sight Singing.' o. Leavitt wttin e... h ems. at the asmisel prlce ag$1-pe esoth, on YriisTr eean Ing. Novembr 11 ye mt aa. nS4t* Mr.. Lawrence I L il. Mtthss ofa is_ las.e g13nrMa ANNUE. 1 O, n. term Trial grads, s to Pam. Miss Rathbone-Smith, TSAOHER OP GERMAN. CLASS AND PRs TATE LBONI. 140 L 8T. no1-6t* Ladies' Gymnasium. and Tursd :30 ad4 Ades lo'rof hr, Prof. Ml UI UA. JOTC Carroal Isstitute, 10th near K n.w. eJO-5t*-a Esgtas Daly Music School. 1U2 PPRIAING, NO AND SI,GTh'G, 112 ST. N.H. lME. J. SPVrA DALY. Private Tuition. Pupis prepared to enter our beat callages s"Poitand the Naval eay 88 and INDIVIDUAL attention givan to boys. For cireulars and testimonials ad s postal card to Dr. S. W. MURPHY, A.M.. 1211 I street n.w. oc2-26t-T 1438 N Street. THE MISSES KERR'S HOME SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE CHILDREN. oc21-96t.5 Art School, 111s 17TH ST. N.W. MIS S. W. KELLY. Up-to-pate istruction in all branches. Saturday clas for school children. oc18-96t" PIANO, MANDOLIN, GUITAR, BANJO. THETHOMAS MUSIC STUDIO. 1224 F at. n.w. GERTRUDE BUCKINGHAM THOMAS, Prin. ocl4-tf ' LATIN. GREEK- MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH, Bookkeeping;candidates prepared for college, Annapo West Point, civil service and other exam a. Prof. F. A. SPRINGER, 516 Spruce it. au23-12w* WILLIAM D. SLAUGHTER, Teacher of Elocuton, Voice Culture and Deep Breathing, 1341 Fifteenth Street Northwest. oeT-26t",4 OTTO TORNEY SIMON, THE AIT OF SINGING. STUDIO. SANDERS & STAYMAN'S, oc2S-26t.5 AND 1720 P ST. The Art Students' League Announces a class In design as applied to wal pa pers. book covers. silks, damask linens, tiles, oil cloths and all ktnds of printed fabrics nder the, direction of Miss SALLIE T. HUMPREYS. at 808 17th it. n.w. For particulars as to terms, &c., apply Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday mornings at Room 20. 808 17th at. o"27-26t-10 THE WASHINCTON SCHOOL FOR BOYS, 4401 WISCONSIN AVE. (Tennallytown Road). A -higb-grade day and boarding school for boys of any age. IUIS L. HOOFER, A.M, Head Master. oe2-tf Mr. OS AR KRUTEBCH, Teacher of Pianoforte Playing. Studio: oe15-w&s,lm* 1401 H ST. N.W. FIRST PRINCIPLES OF SHORTHAND THOR oughly taught. Practical dictation from amanun ensis work to court reporting. JANET M. S1K KEN. 1423 F n.w.. second floor. oc24-26t* Friends Select School, For hovs and girls of all ages. Has prepared stw:~ents for 20 different colleges and technical schools. Certificate privilege to Vassar. Smith, Wellesley, Dartmouth and Swarthmore. Large Rymnasirm and playgrounds. Catalogues at Woodward do Lothrop's, Brentano's and Ballan tyne's book stores. Mr. and Mrs. THOMAS W. SIDWELL, Principals, oc8 H 1811 I at. n.w. Education for Real Life 1864. For Sons- and Daughters. at 1302-3. Spencerian Business College, Academy of Music building. 9th and D n.w. Beautiful, scous halls. trance, 40W 9th St, All of the departments are now open for Day and Night Sessions. Rapid, Legible and Beautiful Writi. Thorough English, Correspondeoce, Bapid CAI culaions, Bookkeeng, * orthand. Typewriting. Phonograph Speed Dictation. *Nig classes: My, Wednesday and Friday, For new announcement or farther information call at Mc or addres Mrs. Sara A. Spencer Leonard Gerald Spence THE OLNEY SCHOOL, 1206 18th at. and Connecticut avenue. Primary. AcadeM1c and Co e~Departsents. Mism VIRGINI DORSET. eel0.tf Mis LAURA LEE DORSET. Miss Katie V. Wlson, Miss Wilson has resumed her lessen for the s ses. o6nl. 1825 10th at. n.y. 'Phona Main 2763-A. FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL, Attractive courses: beginners, advanced. Fin di oo s at31 Ind. ave. n.. Cars Mrs. Flint's ENGLUSH AND FRENCH Day School for Girls, WILL EMP OE 18TH, 1I0% (Isventeenth year.) MILE. DUVANEL of Paris has ben engaged- as Associate Principal, and French s to b the language of the school. oei-tf H LORTHAND can'e eay learn class. If you care to stud In a smal evening class under a practical reporter and teacher, address or call at 616 13th at. n.w., and learn particulara- oe80-Ai. aT. RtOSES INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, DRESMAK lugA rew department has been opened in which s a d l e a n d y u " f . r' ' w i e t* u g h t r * " t t i" g apl Dto ao school, 2025 G at. n.y., Wasig Tanner's Business College. LEan & TstBldg., Car I and 6th. sat Tea. oe20and chrOf3neMah cal or send fe catalogge. ..a-v&e-t LAISE-PHILLIPS Select Boarding and Day School, 14W Cometicut aee. Individual instructien. Vsseh er U=a= ad Physlesi(Uns with us et a tenar de s . Psca FRENCH, German, SPANISH, etc, neeae r Uet twhae e.io o Esee..da ar hP auwew dee BERLITZ - ne Der andevshc eess SCHOOL. 8U gb as te Washington Dramuatic 1 V4. W.4 "Sms #J s UWS 3 UTU AND m O st. a.w. masae...ea um1, typeWrfing. WIMODAUm CLAMM 1d NEW YORK COW=me %Mnd Otherelsese 1 aen.S a see. eaeb la , sa. T8seek 00141 teln asebera.M arip a stt-t Mrs.- I. C,ept. NB TA&C A. DARM4 Veies and Pan. aY110 *e3dmms, 14 a at. a.. HE DRILLERY, 1100 NEW YORK AVENUE, W1asingte, D. 0, /arthand. Ty ewriting. Mathematies, 8 sslaess Tnd p wtm for Civil 9rs I.ee.. 1 : s a:tie..""w.""..." vacatiom; stsMt sa at as time. , $13-tf OUT OF WAXEIBMTON. MAPLEWOOD, CO OD Y...PA.-0 Harvarnd Wisispa InetpeeTtoss pesga4e 8eld. esdsss&allt P11$enE== IDQTI p ba srbiae oUnw. saavicz. POREIAA POSTAL SIR VICL WA3IH ITON, D. 0., POST 0F1IC NOTICE. Should be read daily, as ebsnges may occur at OREIGN MAILS are dispatched to .the poets of sai daily. and the sechedule of closings Is ar raon the presumption of their uninterrupted overiand transit. For the week endl t November 8, 1902, the last connecting close w be made from the MAIN OFFICE as follows: TRANSATL.ANTIC MAILS. WEDNESDAY-(c) At 9:15 P.M. for FRANCE. SWITZERLAND. ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL, TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE, BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MARQUEZ, per a.5. La Champagne. from New York. via Havre. Mail for otler parts of EUROPE must be directed "Per s.. Cham 7IDAY-(d) At 12:00 M. for AZORES ISLANDS, per s.m. Cambroulan, from Boston. (a) At 7:15 P.M. for I7R"PE, per a.m. Campania. from New York, via own. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for NETHERLAN diSect, per s.e. Noordam. from New Ioit Mal must be directed "Per a.. Nooudaa." fe)'At 115 P.M. for BELGIUM di rect, per $.s. Kensington, from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Kensington." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for SCOTLAND direct. per s.s. Ethi opia, from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.5. Ethiopia." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for DENMARK direet, per a.m. Island. from New York. Mail must be directed "Per s.s. Island." *PRINTED MA'TER. ETC.-This steamer takes printed matter. commercial papers and samples for GEtMANY only. The same elan of mail matter for other parts of EUROPE will not be sent by this ship unless specially directed toy her. MAILS FOR IIOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES. ETC. WEDNESDAY-(c) At 11:25 P.M. for CAM PBCHE, CHIAPAS, TABASCO and YUCATAN. per as.. Vi ancla. from New York. Mall for other parts MEXICO most be directed "Per s.s. Vigi landa." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for the BAHAMAS and the PROVINCE OF SANTIAGO. CUBA. per as. Oriraba. from New York. THURSDAY-(c) At 11:25 P.M. for NEWFOUND LAND direct, per- .s. Silvia. from New York. (c) At-11:25 P.M. fer MEXICO. per s.e. Seneca. from New York. via Tampico. Mail must be directed "Per u.s. Seneca." (c) At 11:25 P.M. for INAGTA and HAITI. per a.s. Lanenhers. from New York. (c) At 11:25. PM. for LEEWARD and WIND WARD ISLANDS, BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per a.m. Caribbee, from New York. FRIDAY-(e) At 11:25 P.M. for BERMUDA. per s.m. Pretoria. from New York. (c) At 11:25 P.M. for PORTO RICO. per s.s. Ponce. from New York. (A)-4t 11:25 P.It for CiTRACAO and VENEZ UELA. per a.s. Zulia. from New York. Mall for SAVANILLA and CARTAGENA must be directed "Per s.s. Znlia. ' (c) At 11:25 P.M. for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, SAVANii LA. CARTAGENA and GRETTOWN. ner s.c. Valenca, from New York. Mail for COSTA RICA must be directed "Per a.m. Valencia." Malls for NEWFOUNDLAND, by rail to North Sydney and' thence via steamer. close here daily, except Sundays. at 12:00 M.. and on Sundays at 11:30 A.M. The connecting closes are made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays. (d) (k) Mals for MIQUELON. by rail to Boston and thence via steamer, close here daily, except Sun days. at 12:00 M., and on Sundays at 11:30 A.M. (d) (k) CUBA MAILS close here via Port Tampa. Fla.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8:30 P.M. (h) Malls for MEXICO overlar.a. unless specially ad dressed for dispatch by steamers sailing from New York, close here daily at 10:30 A.M. and 10:00 P.M. (f) (h) Malls for BELIZE. PF'ERTO CORTEZ and GUATEMALA. by rail to New Orleans and thence via steamer, close here daily at 10:30 A.M. and 10:00 P.M., the connecting closes for which being on Mondays. (f) (h) Mails for COSTA RICA. by rail to New Orleans and thence via steamer, close here daily at 10:30 A.M. and 10:00 P.M., the connecting closes for which being on Tuesdays. (f) (b) TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Malls for AUSTRALIA (except those for West Australia. which are dispatched via Europe, and New Zealand. mails for which go via San Fran cesco) and FIR ISLANDS. via Vancouver and Vic toria, B. C., close here daily at 6:30 P.M. after November 1 and up to November 8, inclusive, for dispatch per a.e. Miowera. (o) Mails for HAW.J, via San Francisco. close here daily at 6830 P.M. up to November 10, inclusive, for dispatch per a.s. Alameda. (o) Mails for *CHINA, JAPAN, HAWAII and PIIL IPPINIE ISLANDS, via San Francisco. close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to November 10, inclusive, for dispatch per s.a. Gaelic. (o) Mails for *CHINA and JAPAN. via Seattle, close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up -to November 12. inclu sive, for dispatch per a.s. Shinano Mar. Regis tered mail must be directed "Via Seattle." (o) Mails for *CHINA and JAPAN. via Tacoma. close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to November 14, Inchi sie, for dispat,h.per S.S. Victoria., (o) Mails for AUSTRALIA (except those for West Australia, which are forwarded via Europe). NEW =EALAND. FIJI. SAMOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 P.M. after No vember 8 and up to November 22, Inclusive, for disatch per a.s. Ventura. (o) ans for CHINA and JAPAN. via Vancouver and Victoria. B. -C., close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to November ffi, inclusive, for dispatch Pe' a.. Emprssof China. Eaered mail mustheu eaIl addressed. eeansefor the U. S. Ps tal Agnyat Shanga, China, cannot he for wdedj via Canada.(o Malls for the $PHILFIEISLANDS, via San Francisco. close nere dail at 6:30 P.M. up to No vember 27, inclusive, for diptch per U. S. trans port. (a) Malls for TAHITI and MARQUESAS ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:30 P.M. up to December 1. inclusive, for dispatch per s.s Mariposa. (o) 'Malls for COCHIN CHINA are dispatcbed to New York. N. Y., for connection with European steamers. *PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (military mail), dii patched to San Francisco at all closes for that of fie,. to conneet with government transports. the sailing of which are Irregular. REGISTERED MAILS close at the MAIN OF-. FICE1 as follows: (a) At 6:30 P.M. same day: (bi at 1:45 P.M. same day: (c) at 8.45 P.M. same day; (d) at 5:50 A.M. same day: (e) at 5:45 PI.. same day; (f) at 1:00 A.M. same dayL. (h)i atI:l5 P.M. same day; (k) at 8:45 P.M. previous day; (o) at 2:30 A.M. same day. not .TOHN A. MERITTI?. Postmaster. OCEAN TRAVEL. FRENCH LINE. COMPAGNIE G11MERALEI TRANSATLANTIQUE. Direct Line to Harre-Paria (France). Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m. From Pier No. 42. North River. foot Morton st.. N.Y. La Champagne.. .Nov. 61 a aeogne..ov. 27 e Lorraine..Nov. 18 La Champagne.. .Dec. 4 *Ia Touralne..ov. 20*'La L.orraine..Dec. 11 *Twid-Serew Steamers, General Agency. 32 Broadway New York. GEORGE W. MOS mh1-812 1411 G ST. N.W. American Line NEW YORK-SOUTHAMPION-LOND)ON St Louis..Nov. 12. 10 am ISt Paul.. Nov. 26, 10 am Phbiad'a. .Nov. 10, 10 am ISt Louis..Dec. U, 1l am Red Star Line NEW YORK-ANTWERP.-PARIS Kene'gt'a-Nor. 8, 10 am. Vaderl'd..Nov. 22, 10 am Friesland.Nov. 15, 10 am IKrooni'd.Nov. 29, 10 am INTERNATIONAL NAVIATION COMPANY. OmaysWashington ORce. 15067F st. n.w, a2 rGeo. W oss, 1d11 0 at. n.w. Hamburg.American Line. 1OR P'LYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-HAMBURG. TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS SERVICE. S. S. Deutschland, PROM N. Y., NOV. 18 and DEC. IS. TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE. Patricia. . . .-i.-..Nov. S Pretoria...Nov. 22 Biuecher...Nov. 151 Walersee...Nov. U SELECT CRUISES. M.OA U0 U, .D . AUG. VICTORIA, WEST INBIES Prom N. I. Jas.. 1Q.. From N. Y. Feb. S. Duration 22 days. Duration 77 days. sot ad up. Cost SM0 and up. 9ristrated gamsm.t HAMBnRGAMinOAN W 7 B"WAY, N. Y F. DOOP&S8NS. 8m Pr. aye. ec13-po.w&i-If-28 NettTH OFERMAN LLOYD am 0am ~. ..se- . 26a. 10 a6m sa 0 a ON THE- RIVER T)NT OT'EB DEDGE3 LIAVI NOR Coast burvey Launch Restesm in g vice-Large Fleet Leaves Port -Gessral News. About four-fifths of the large fleet of vessels which have been dredging for oys ters in the Potomac have taken up their anchors and sailed for points on Chesapeake bay, where they will work the oyster beds. The oyster dredging season in the bay opened November 1. It Is apparent the men are having trou ble. Early last week three men, it is stated. came ashore at Colonial Beach for repairs, having received knife wounds in fights on board vessels. A few days ago a body of an unknown man case ashore near the Beach, and was thought to be that of an oyster dredger. Fresh fish of all kinds brought good prices today, and while the market in consequence of the warm weather is not as brisk as it has been, good business is still being done. Few changes are shown from prices quoted yesterday, -and are as follows: For Spanish mackerel. 12% to 15e. per pound; pan rock. 7 to 8c. per pound; medium rock, 10 to 12c. per pound; boiling rock, 12% to 13c. per pound; Potomac black bass, 10c. per pound; North Carolina black bass, 6 to l0c. per pound; sturgeon, 10 to 120. per pound; floun ders, 3c. per pound; salmon trout. 7 to Sc. per pound; green pike. a to Te. per pound; white perch, loc. per pound; white perch, small. 10 to 15c. per- pound; mullets, 5 to 25c. per bunch; catfish, large, 20 to 35c. per bunch; catfish. smallei9 to 15c. per bunch; winter shad, 5 to loc. per bunch: carp. 10 to 25c. each; eels, 3 to Sc. each; gray trout, $3 to $8 per barrel, and butterfish, $5 to $8 per barrel. The demand for oysters in the shell, while not as heavy as it has been for the past two or three days, still continues quite good at the 11th street wharf, and prices are firm. The stock on hand will amount to about 500 bushels, and several vessels with oysters aboard are expected to arrive today. The small oysters are selling at 50 cents per bushel and the better stock at 55 to 60) cents per bushel. All the oysters now on the market are from the beds In the Potomac. One of the large sand scows belonging to Mr. Louis Smoot is hauled out on the big marine railway at Alexandria for general repair work. It is to be caulked from stem to stern and all unsound timber will be taken out and replaced with new. Along the Wharves. The coast survey steamer launch Restiess, which has been lying at Bennett's boat yard for a general overhauling, has been taken to the steamer Endeavor.. The launch will .be used by surveying parties in the shoal creeks emptying into the Potomac. The Weems Line steamer Sue, which has been making extra trips on the route be tween this city and Baltimore In order to handle the very heavy freight business. has been withdrawn and is now laid up at Bal timore. The tug Maryland is employed in towing mud-laden scows from the dredge at work deepening the dock at Bryant's wharf at Alexandria. When the work Is completed at this dock work will be taken up in'other docks there which are to be deepened to correspond with the increased depth of the river channel. A large fleet of vessels which completed the unloading of their cargoes here yester day took advantage of the favorable breezes to sail. In the fleet were the Avalon, Isa bel, J. C. Cunningham, Sidney Jones. Shin ing Light. Etta. E. P. Evans and the steamer Dennis Simmons. Capt. Dan French has returned from Phil adelphia, where his eyes were successfully operated upon for cataracts. Capt. French will return to the command of one of the Clyde line steamers in a few weeks. Mr. Hubert Bohanon, who has been in command of the Weems line steamer Sue while she was making her extra trips to this city, has returned to duty on the steamer Potomac. Chief Engineer White of the steamer Es telle Randall is temporarily in charge of the engine room of the steamer Arrow smith. The schooner J. C. Cunningham was the schooner ashore near Mann's fertilizer fac tory Monday evening, and not the Daniel, as reported. The schooner floated un harmed and continued her trip down the " iver. The steam launch Doe Reh, with a lighter in tow. has gone to Gunston wharf and, will bring back cord wood. The schooner Belmont Is in port, with a full cargo of cord wood from Occoquan for Carter & Clark. The tug J. H. Richards, with two scows laden with brick-making clay in tow, has arrived in port from Broad creek, Md. The schooner Althea is in port, with a cargo of Virginia pine lumber consigned to Johnson & Wimsatt. The Miami, laden with cord wood, is at Alexandria unloading her eirg, for De Wil ton Aitcheson. The W. H. H. BExler, with a full load of groeries and -supplies, has sailed for a lower nyver point. The tug MI. M. Davis of this city Is cruis ing In Chesapeake bay, on the lookout for vessels bound to this city and Baltimore. Anacostia and Vicinity. The Washburne Mandolin and Guitar Club has been organized at Anacostla with thirty members. The fellowing named have been elected officems of the organization: Mrs. 3. B. Anderson. president; Dr. Will lam E. Hamilton, vice president; Dr. Will iam E. Gales, secretary; Mrs. S. E. Lucas, assistant secretary; Mrs. William E. Ham ilton, treasurer; Mr. Samuel Lucas, musical director; Mr. J. B. Anderson, general man ager. Preparations are being made by the police officials for the building of a wagon shed In the rear of the police station In Ana costia, In which to provide for the light patrol wagon that is to be soon attached to the station. The lumber for the building is being received and the work of con struction is expected to take but a short time. Motion pictures, under the direction of a Washington company, furnished- amusement last evening for several bouts to an audi ence that filled the assembly hail of the Government Hospia for the Insane. The entertainment wa.s on a t-arge scale, the principal views shown being .those of the coronation of King Edward,. -Mount Pelee in actioni and the famous fairy tale of "Jack and the Bean Stalk," besides a number of miscellaneous- pictures. The St. Elizabeth Band rendered the music that interspersed the views. Moses Brooks, colored, fifty years old, who has been a resident of Hilsd&uie for twenty years, was today removed to Freed men's Hospital in an ambulance froma his home on Sheridan avenue. Ho had been ill for a number of days. Mr. Armatead Williams, one of the super visors of the Government Hospital. left Anacostia this morning for a extended hunting trip in Virginia. Washinton Boy's Political Sueeess. It was announced .In The Star a short time ago that Mr. George Cook, a former Washington boy, had been nominated by the republicans of 'Bergen county, N. 3., for the legisiature of -that state. From a private dispatch received this morning it is learned that Mr. Cook came ou of thle po litical mix-up with flying coors,~- being elected by a majority of over 6( notwith standing the fact that Mr. Barbour, the re publican candidatO for Ctongems fsom the congressional district which Includes Ber gen cou~nty, 1s probby 'defeated. Mr. Cook's many -friends In thin city are sending him ongratulations. As overheated foraace aumie &20w in the' oetgery Egis, eorner of;Worth (p at and N seelw ahout 7. o'eolast night. -rhe an desWtm.t wa ----me saa the semes was seen -sg to the simm ot abissti re Ss b.aa- Tesutr1me b.m.