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Spring Resort Circulars. conveniently arranged and d.x 1, mag be ba d Te tar omlce. Algo formation concerning rail road travel, etc. SPRING RESORTS. KEW JERSEY. A tilatle Cht. - THE PENNHURST. Ocean end of Michigan avenue. Long distance telephones In room; elevator to street. 3a19-7t..esu W. E. HOOD. THE NEW LELANDE, Beach frent. Massachusetts ave., Atlantic City. N. J. Rooms en suite, with batts. Special spring ratee. JAIVOB B. HAWK. mh27-26t.eSu TIE WALIDORF. New York ase. near twach; steam beat; sun parlor; cheerful house; excelle'nt cuisine. Booklet. ap0-90t-4 TIIORNHILL & WRIGHT. THE BEACON, St. James Place. $1.50 up daily. Special weeky rates. (apt- ;)t,4) Mrs. J. J. CIRANDALL & SON. GALEN HOTEL AND HALL. .SANATORIUM. F. L. Young. General Manager. Always Open. Bookleta at Mr. Foster's. a ph-30t,6 HOTEL DUNLOP, OCEAN AVE. DIRECTi,Y ON THE BEACH. *O8T CFATRAL LOCA lION IN ATLANTIC ITY. THOROlUGHLY MODERN. COM ItLETELY EQUIPPEI). HIGH-CLASS SERV ICE. PRIVATE BATHS. AMEtICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. W. R. PEDUCK, Mgr. ap7.111.8 FRANCIS, Michigan ave. near beach. $8 up weekly: excellent cuisine and service. A. COOGAN. Prop. ap-Wmt.4 TE STERLINT'I " FIRE Kentucky Ave., second house from Beach. Ca racity, 250. Suites with bath, elevator to streat level, steam heated. L. WAGNER. Formerly connected with the LORAINi. mh25-90t.6 HOTEL RICHMOND, Ocean Front Kentucky Ave.. overlooking Board wa.k Capacity. 250. Elevator, baths. steam heat. etc. Special spring rates and Easter terms. J. D. PEASE. C. H1. PEASE. Manager. ap5-30t HOTEL RAYMOND. e Vlrgtni ave. and Beach. Open all year. Convenient to piers and all amusemrents. Long-distance 'phones In rooms. Bell 'phone 16106. B. J. & F. L. MILLER. formerly of the Mt. Vernon. ap5-30t 1005 PACIFIC AVE.-LARGE. SUNNY ROOMS; first-class tab'le; bath; hot-water heat; every bone comfort; three minutes from Steel Pier and all amusements; $14) per week. ap5-26t*4 HIOTEL ST. CLAILtE-FORtMERLY THE LEItMAN Pennsylvania are., near the ocean. Improved. rrfurnished; suites with private haths. rele phones in rooms. Special spring rates. Booklet. O. C. MILLEt, formerly of the Seabright. ap2-iit,:, Tne5eAve. CLEAVER HOUSEIarBeah Homelike hotel. Exceller.: table. Special Spring Itates. MRS. C. LEIBFRIED. at .t4-Nt TIlE GLENDALE. St. James Plaee and Beach. Open a': year. 'team heat. Elevator. Superior table. Special spring rates. ap2-OOt..ASrr L. F. 1i'ItCll. New Fireproof Rio Grande, New York ave.. overlooking Ocean Pier. Conceded to be Atlantic 'ity's moat modern hotel. Metal ceilings thrwughout: exchange open to second floor; ruinrrg n atrr ina rooma Hi1gh grad.- cuisine. ills of fare and booklet mailed. Spring terms. $11 up. ap1-iNIL.1 J. PAUL KILPATRICK. IHOTEL DE VILLE. Kentueky avenue and Beach. Flevator. private baths, steam beat. Booklet. Spring rates. nb-l 3:wt 3. '. GIBERSON. Propr. t l'nexcelled location. Ocean end SO S.- "t Carolina ave. New and excellent. Flevator. Capacity 400. - Private and public baths. Sun O parlors. etc. Special for TO HOIS 'r'ng. ?10 up weekly $2.5) up daily. Booklet. felS-7t.S Orchestra. W. F. SHAW. The Elwood. "cean nd St. Ja"'es p. *Ilomtelike, cheerful; Sre proef; rooms a tite with bath; steam heat; elevator from street level: $10 per week and up wards. ROllE1tT S. SMITH. mh28-30t LA FONTAINE, Kentucky Ave. Near Beach. Steam heat; saun parlor, excellent table; refined and boo like; ?5 to $12 weekly. R. B. PARKER. 11At2-r0t.5 p EBETT HOUSE, 127 ct. Jamtes place. Near bwach. Central loca- a tion. First-class cuisine. CIILES & CRESAI'. nh20- tt AQUARILLE, Tennessee ve. and Beach. Good family hotel. $1.50 up daily. So 'p wekly. S. H. FULLOM. nn2 istt Hotel Shoreham V ""irginla ave. ar c.h. Cacty 800. Spring rates, $10 to $17; elevatnr; steam beat; private hati; booklet. w. B. CtTI'ON. For Informatin iInquire H. L. BURTON. 1330 N. Y. av. mh2-7% 5..Su Noticel SE'ICtE ROIMS IN ADVANCE FOR Atlantic City Hotells At Washiugton otlices. Location of rooms shown on diagrams and exact rates quoted. Booklets upoin rminta-t. No extra charge. OtBee at TItAVl.LitS' ENCIlANGiE. 13:36 N. Y. ave.; 'phone Main 1228. Open evenings and SundayS. mh,i2+d I'0 HOtel RudaOHf, Atle.ntle- (Iy N. J. Op'en all the year. Euroyean and Amlerican Plan. Large.t anid most cctmple-te ho-tel in the city. O.cCan Front. Rorms with Iat anid crid sea andl fresh water hieths coanna.tinga. Btroad iaazzas. 500 feet long. Weekly dlances social fearture. Six o'clock din 11e-r. 41eerra. mhil524t l~i4ra illS. it. MYEl,1 S. Prop. HOTEL TRAYMORIE, A TL.NTIt' CiTY. N. J. OPEN AI.L ye-ar. D,irectly n oan front. Run rang w ate r ina tal roaaaas. lint anad col salt arid fresha wate r latIhs. W.ater fromr own artesian wel-l. Improvedl saanitary systeinr. t;olf club privileges. TitAYM alltE liD TEL 4t'OMPANY. mnrttai4~t.aeta n 4 S__WillTE, [President. THE ARLWNTON, Mb!ga' Avenuec near Besch. Steam heat, suna par l'r, etc. $10 weekly up. Al ways op--n. Ca'n.acity 3010. Booklet. L. k. KULNZ. a. :21 4rt.. 51 S IIITEL BiIEXTON. Ideal loc:ationi. South Mdichaigan ave., near Beach. 'rivate toctis. New elevator. ste'am heat, suu par lor. Itiate'. $'4 to $12 per week. f27-521.e5nu J. A .MYERS. IiIOTEL MAJE.aTIC. Vlrg!nta ave.. third house from beach. Speeial rates. $2 ier day andl upwiard: $10 per week and upward. Elievator from street levael. Booklet at ted. SA MU EL -C. ELLIS. mat.27-24it.esu TilE FRONTENA C. Ocean End Kentucky Avenue. 100 yards froma beachtr. Sp4lecial terms. SR up weekly. $l.r.a up d1aily, for large. ocean roomas and superior tatle. Elevator. braths. 'phaones. etc. Ca pacity 260. Btooklet. Saturday to Mionay, 8. mh.2 26t.. itu MitS. i. Y. MOYER. THE FREDONIA-OCEAN AND TENN. AVR. Select famuily hojuse. Rtoomus en suite with pri vate baths. Running water in bed rooms. Seed ter booklet. G. W. CARIIANY. tnh25-2tit.eSu e Itaxams sianfa ~and en suite withmout baoad. All moudern conveniences. Book let and rates malled. Mirs. I. HI. WILLIS. nah24-2t.4 .51u ATLAN-TIC CITY'S NEWEIST HOTU, Challfonte A modern ten-story fireproof hotel, complete ia evaery respect. On the Beach. THlE LE.US COMPANY. Always open. Write for folder. mh22-tf., u The Albemarle, l'tti-rdai aaodern. hotel, oFering very speeial spring rate, $8 up. weekly. Large, sunny, steam-beated rooms. Exc-ellent tale; elevator; private baths; 4.000 ft. suni parlors. J. P. COPE. ICef8-52t.41.eSn HOTEL GLADSTONE DIJrectly on lthe Beach. Atlantic City. N. . Undbstructed oa-an vIew from, every room. South rne eposnre. Sunny rooms with baths en salte. it water in all haths. Commaodious sun par lets. Write for booklet. ah2-2t.t4u N. 3. COLLINS. tHOTEL ISLESWORTHI ON THE BErACil AT VIRGINIA AVR., ATLANTIC CITY N. 3. HOT AND COLD NEA IIATER IN ALL BATHS. NEW DUrrCH CAPE3 AND GRILL ROOM. ORICHESTRA&. 'PHONES IN ROOMS. AMERICAN PLAS 82.50 PRR DAY AND UP: $15 00 PERWp ADU. RT FOR BOOKLRT?. ADU. IT fed67n.1o.eSar OSBORNE & PAINTRR. THE LORAINE, Lt Cbarles Piase.e, t,~he ocean. Cpeett Prsb ad ess-vat b e e. etalnamL= ast.dM 035. WAnnIE unm usr AtLatN aBts HOTEL DENNIS, Atlantic City, N. J. SITUATED DIRECTLY ON Tl BEAC PRONT. WITH AN UNOBSTRU OCEAN VIEW. .HOT AND COLD SEA WATER IN PRI VATE BATHS. Golf Link Privileges. Open the Entire Year. Walter J. Buzby. ap-th. tu-ISt.SO New England, """t.".d.a**" Large. sunny rooms, with baths, overlooking the it1ardwalk. Convenient to Piers and all amuse ne its. Sun parlors. elevators. &c. Special spring r.es Booklet 'nailed. BRYAN & WILLIAMS. mhl5-78t.i .ebu Coiwyn MICHIOAN AVE.. ATLANTIC CITY; steam beat- home comfort; ipen all the year. $1.25 per day; 47 weekly. mh29-54t,4.eSu F. C. WARBURTON. The Royal Palace Hotelt Atlantic City, N. J. NOW OPEN. Under the same management. Complete with ivery eq dpment. Booklet on request. LAS. B. PRETTYMAN, Owner and Proprietor. LYMAN J. WATROUS. mhl7-26t.25.eSu Manager. THE CLARENDON. Ocean end of Virginia ave., Atlantic City. N. J. Two minates' walk from steel pier. Sun parlors mod all modern appointments. M. D. NEIAN. mh14-26t.5.eSu BERKSHIRE INN, Ocean end Virginia ave., Atlantic City. Open !ew. $9 to $15 weekly. $2 to $3 daily. Capacity. 100. Elevator Private baths. Long-distance phones in ro.ns. etc. J. O. & J. E. DICKINSON. mhl-78t eSo OREEN'S HOTEL. Fireproof. European plan. Directly on the loardwalk. with unobstructed ocean view from trery roor,. Hot and cold sea water baths. 100 tew porcelain rubs. Handsome cafe, grill room rnd private 'ining rooms. JOHN C. GOSSLER. Proprietor. Pormerly owner and proprietor Hotel islesworth. fell-52t.10.eSu THE WII:riHIRE. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. WRITE FOR BOOK ,ET & SPECIAL SPRING SATES. ORCHESTRA. f.0-15tt 5.ef S. S. PHOEBUS. Grand Atlantic. Never closed. Virginia ave. and Beach, Atlantic lty, N. J. Rooms en suite with private baths. neluding hot and cold sea water. Delightful sun :mrl:rs. steam heated. Excellent table. Rates, $2 >er day: $10 weekly. Capacity, 700. Write for 105 booklet. Von-h meets trains. A. C. MITCH. 'LL & CO. Printed matter or booklets and definite nformation at Mr. F-ester's office, 1333 I'a. ave. jn28 156t. _ .eSu HOTEL RALEBIGH OCEAN END ST. CHARLES PLACE. Capacity. 400. Modern in all appointments. Serv re and cuisine first-class. Elevator to street level. 'rivate baths. Rooms en suite. Electric 'bus meets rains. Booklet. mhl-78t.10.etu C. C. SHINN. C'iESTER INN. New York ave. near B,"acb. Atlautic City. Steam eat; elevator; rooms single or en suite, with bath. pecial spring rates. Mrs. D. KNAUER. felfl-52t.4.eSu Hotell Chelsea, Directly on the Ocean. 900 rooms. 100 private sea-water baths. Every mnown modern hotel appointment. Booklet. fe1S-78t.eSu-10 J. B. THOMPSON & CO. TIH E ST. CIH ARLES.' Most select location on the Ocean front. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. With an established reputation for exclusiveness ad high-class pntrona:e. Hot and cold salt and resh water in every bath. Long-distance telephone a rooms. Artesian water. Courteous service. Golf ritvilrges. Illustrated booklet. Orchestra of solo .s. Ni:WLIN HAINES. ja30-78t.10.eSu THE CHETWOODE Open all year. $2 per day up; $8 to $15 per reek; stcam heat. Capacity, 250. E. M. DEMP ;EY mhl7-76t.eSu New Hotel P11ERRIEPONT, icean end New Jersey Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. Rooms en suite with salt water baths. All mod r i appointments. Music. Auto meets train. mh20-2t.e4in A. C. McCLELLAN & SON. TH1E SAVOY. DI-cctly on the Beach. Opens Aprtl 12. Htot ano cold water in every bed room. Booklet. o- zoonms and terms apply to Miss S. M. HANLEY. hianager and Po.p--ietor, 1810 Chesnuto at.. Phila ielpLia. rnh17-78t.6.cSu ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Always open. ilot and cold a-water bath. Ang-distance telephne in every bed room; 'golf inkas. Write for illustrated literaturc. defl-tf 10.eSu L!-EDS & LIPPINCOTT. Tirginia ave. near Beach. Atlantic City. N. 3. Open all the year. Fine iable. Suites, with rivate bath. Hiandsoremy refurnished. Perfect aultary arrangements. a.levator to all floors. peelai rates for winter. Capacity. 200. Mrs. N. it. UAL.NES. Owner and Proprietor. ja4-.30tt.I0.eSn Fornmeri. TIHE EVARID. eW e kelevBeachfront. Kentucky g9ave. Now opten. nml"it3t.4 FAIREAN'KS & MA4CKENTHUtN. HOTEL JACKSON. New and F ireproof. Oten all the rear. On he Beach front at Virginia avenue and 5teel pier, tlantle City. N. J. 2010 ocean roomis. Special pring rates. $12.50 per week up. American plan. V,rlte for literature. fel7-50t.8 JNO. CRUSE. HOTE.L SHlOilElilM Virginia ave. near beach. Capacit'y 300. Spring rat's. 510. 812. 515 weekly; elevator; steam heat: ~rivate b.aths; booklet. W. B. COTTON. For in ormaton' ingnu-e Ii. L. BURTON, 1336 N. Y. ave. mh2-78t.5 ___ __Aebury Park. THIE VICTORIA, Asbury Park. N. J. 8d and Ocean Ayes. Nows Open for Season I1993. Booklet. (aptu.oth&sa-26t-5I) S. KEMPE. Lakewood. L AKB WOOD Amnong the pines of New Jersey. A fashionable and healthmful Fall, Winter and Sping Resort. The Laurel House NOW OPEN. The Laurel in the Pines NOW OPEN. FRANK F. SHIUTE, Manager. These hotels are well known throughout the coun try for the high standand of excellence maintained and the select patronage which they have enter tainedl for the long term of years since tihe incep tion of Lakewood as a resort.0 Reached by New Jersey Central Railroad. nmh2-tou.th,s.26t.20 L,ONG BRANCHW. HOLLYWOOD HOTEL WESTW END. LONUJ BRANCH, . J ., WILL OPEN JUNE 15, 105, AS A SUMMER AND) WINTER 1tkESORT, ON THE EUROPEAN P'LAN. Under the direction of its original manager, LEO)N COTTENTIN4. For all information call or write the hotel or N. Y. 0laee, J. C. LYONS. 4 E. 42d at. Telephone-IlOng Brach, 5 West End. N. T Ciy, 43838th et. apll-tu.th..261,14 MARYLAND. BERG ALNWICK HOTEL, ELLICOTT CITY. WILL BE OPRN i?UR THE SEASON MAY I AND ULOSE OCTOBER 11. Rooms may now he engaged and foe cottage rented by applying to F. H. WYMAN, nahl2-30t Eliott City. Md. Carroll Springs Sanitarium mOR LN=AUD N= er CmeVALRUCrXe ggggga SRooms, goh e SBASEOREILBAL ETB. 00WNAAJ. biAdi A1 uiiM Iale eee agw; near l kea M L"o o n . " . ioeua . e r . a f et w at la '? tnnL. 4t1tt8c LOAN OPA' IBB: QET THE CASH At Horning's on Diamonds, Watch es, Jewelry or Household Goods in storage. Pay back as con venient. Interest at...... Money loaned salaried people. torning, CNTAEBDG.. Upstairs. sp10-14d FIONEY For everybody at rates lower than the lowert. Don't be deceived; comea to us and investigate. Busines strictly conidential. No one knows of your transactions with us. We lend on furniture. anos or salary. If you have a loan now any where and need more money. come to us. Nothing deducted from loan. You get full amount. Extes. dions in case of sickness without extra charge. Metropolitan Loan and, Trust Co., 505 E St. N.W. feO-tf-20 MONEY LOANED AT REDUCED RATES BY American Loan Co., Your Credit Is Good With Us for $10 to $300 LOWEST RATES. NO PUBLICITY. QUICK SERVICE. If you owe any Loan Company let us pay them id adr..nce you more money on our new AMERI. CAN plan. If not ^onvenient to come to our office write or teliphone us and we will send a repra sentative to -ie you full Information. This Infor m.:1on will cost nothing. Telephone Main 3012. PRIVATE OFFICE FOR LADIES.! AUU1EllA I LOAN 00o9 611 14th Street N.W. OVEt CAFE CAL,VERT. H8owJMCuch1 WllMI It Cost? That is what we want you to ask, and we are glad to tell you when you apply for a loan on your furniture, piano. &c. Ilted our rates-they are convincing arguments why you should place your loan with us. We do just as we advertise. and you will not be confronted with any additional charges for comialsslons, drawing papers, &c.. when you make the loan. $20 will cost only $1.10 per month. $25 will cost only $1.23 per month. $50 will cost only $1.66 per month. $60 will cost only $1.99 per month. $75 will cost only $2.49 per month. $100 will cost only $2.66 per month. OTIIEt AMOUNTS IN PROPORTION. We also loan on teams, wagons, automobiles. life insurance policies, second trusts on real estate. in easy monthly payments. Loans on note to Govt. Department and District employes. So. R. It. clerks. &c. THE ONLY INDEPENDENT COMPANY. National Loan and Investment Co., 4th floor.-N.E. COR. 15TH & G STS.-Opp. Treas. ap7-tf.40.d&Su LOANS ON FURNITURtE MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE COLUMBIA GTARANTEE CO.. 613 F St. N.W. Absolutely No Delay. LOANS TAKEN UP FROM OTHER COMR1ANIES. fe9-tf TRt THE Household Loan Co., 613 F ST. N.W., On furniture or piano loans Call, write or 'phone, 3089 MaIn. Private ofaces and no fake ad vance charges. mh5-tf,7 Private Loans. We are advan-ing money quicker, cheaper and nith less publicity than ever before. We 9 make loans from $10.00 to $300.00 on furni tu,re pianos. etc.. without removal. You get the fuil amount asked for. Nothing deducted g for drawing up papers. Loans negotiated in one hour from time application is made. We pay off loans with .ther companies and ad. a vance you more money at a less rate of in teteat. i Capital Loan Co., 1602 F St. N. W. Establaed 1880. wh 1-t.2.3 Iamul xnammmeunmmnstmmmnmummmu'pmionMinimsomumplYalYl Money Loaned Salaried People And others without security; easy paymients. Larg est business In 48 principal cities. TOLMAN. oc29-tif,5 Room 506. 333 15th .t. n.w. $5 to $500 On Furniture, I'ianos, &c., Without Removal. $25 for 87e. a month. $50 fmi $1.001 a month. $7?, for $2.25 a month. $100 for $2.60 a month. Othet e ants in proportion. NO PUBILICITY. WE ARE LP.ADERS IN OUR LINE. Mutual Lean and Trust Co., 918 F ST. N.W. Rooms 12 and 13 mb30-20d A Square Deal Flor lEverybody. $110 to $500 ON FURNITURIE, PIANOS, TEAMS, 11TC., Without removal, at a low rate of lntereat. WHlEN YOU BUY MERCHANDISE you go to a reliable houae. WHY NOT do the SAME THING WHEN YOU BORRtOW MONEYt We are an old. establisl'ed company and treat everybody alke. Isn't It worth your while to see us before deal. ing elsewhere? We pay off other companies and advance you more money. We also loan on plain note to salaried employe., and make a specialty o? loans to TEACHERS. POTOMAC (GUARANTEE3 LOAN CO., . 928 F ST. N.W. Atlantic building. Rooms 23 and 24. Second dloor. Easy atalrwsy or elevator. mh30 40d Of. $10 or npward on furniture, pianos, Salary as aignments, ste., at the lowest rates of ang comn pny in the city. No recordin.g. No pulcity. Priate rooms on thes second floor. Evary pay. ment on loan redees interet. Loans with other companies paid off and more money advanced at a lower rate. No expense to make loan. Surety Loan Company, Boom I. Warder Building. 9th and B n.w. ja6-tf.20 Why Pay 10% When you can get it here for.... .... .... . Mioney loaned on Watch... Diamonds, Jewelry. ete. Established 1870s H. K. Fuiton's Loan Office, 814 NINTH STREET N.Wa. ee23-tf.14 SToRAGE. CamTAL. SToRAGE ROOMS 143l . N.W. (new bDl)-ern and fgtO55ldy IO0.. Prope. Phonb tA am~ --~1 wmam 2000,... OwN a gON, iU011*N,Ea TUWW Ea wA o VAiA WUUEaM si sLa n?ID2th APEth ,ED. gAT BALP-PAff DOUR Q' P.*. the to0o g deserthba e et g taated i ntbe- tt biab a anowa: ad as lot' aim ( Q In b Woe k (1 ) t rt , a E. part ef as per nlt rear#ed in Book c6latM No. t a 10, In tesurveyor's ece of the D1steltctoU' lumbla. Terms: One-third casf, balance In se sad two yeas, with interest at, S per cent per ans ~yable semi-annally, mnqmatred by a deed .ut on the prolperty sol, or all cash, at the optioa of the purchaner. A deposit of $10 will be inquired at the time obale. All'ensveyane'as, recording, notarial fetes, etc., at the cost ot the purehaser. If terms ei salb are not complied wish fifteen days frm,:date -of sale the trustees reserve the, right tobreadvertise ind r-sell tae property at the risk and cost of the defaplting purchaser. after duetlnotice publshed I. some Washangton newsr.p:r E IBrY SRANDAIL WEBB, HARRISIHLINDSLEY, mbl$'dds,eSu Trastess. FUTURif DAiS. C. G. SLOAN -& CO.. 'AUCTIONEERS. 1401 0 ST. """ Catalogue Sale of 1Oil Paintings, Witer Colors, Sketches and n..,...u i Studies, By Washington Artists and others. TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION AT OUR SAL!EROOMS. 1407 G ST. N.W., In connection with Nelson=Clarke Sale, Thursday Evening, April 13th, 1905, COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK. EXHIBITION MONDAY. TUESDAY. WEDNES DAY AND THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 11. 12. 13. ap8,10.11.12,18 0: G. SIOAN & CO.. Aucts. BROWN & TOLSON, AUCTS., 1409 H ST. N.W. Entire Contents of Resi dence No. 1832 Jefferson Place Between M and N Sts. N. W., Within the Premises, en Thursday, April 13th, 1905, at 10:30 A.M., at Public Auction. Parlor Furniture, Upright Piano. Pier Mirror, Folding Beds, Birch and Walnut Bed Room Suites, Mattresses. Bedding, Cots, Single Wardrobe, Chit foniers, Work Table, Luce Curtains, Lounge, Iron and Brass Beds. Moving Chair, Leather-seat Hall Chair. Toilet Ware, Odd tockers and Chairs, Car pets-Floor, Stair and hall-throughout the House Kitchen Utensils, etc. Can be seen day of and prior to hour of sale. Terms:: Cash. aplO-3t-32 BROWN & TOLSON, Aucts. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE LOT FRONT I.G SIXTY FEET ON TWENTY-THIRD. NORTH OF N STREET NORTHWEST. On WEDNESDAY. APRIL NINETEENTH, 1905, AT'FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Cou-t >f the District of Columbia in equity cause 24183 we will, in front of the prem ises, offer for sale at public auction original lot 8 In square 35. Washington city, in said District, fronting 60 fest by depth of 137 feet 2% inches. Terms: One-third cash and balance in one and two years from sale, with interest at 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, to be secur^d by trust in form satisfactory to t'e court on the prop erty sold, or all cash, at purchaser's option. De posit of $103.00 required at time of sale. Terms to be complied with within fifteen days, and the right reserved to resell at risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after three days' advertisement. Con veyancing and reording at purchaser's cost. W. W. MILLAN, W. MOSBY WILLIAMS, Trustees, Columbian building. JAMES W. RATCLIFFE, Auctioneer. 'p8-d&ds,eSu THOS. J. OWEN & SON, Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated August 1, 1885, and recorded August 7, 1885, in Liber 1130, Folio 465 of tle Land Records of the District of Columbia, and at the request of the holder of the not. secured, we will offer at public auction in .front of. :the premises on TUESDAY, THE EIGIHTEENTHDAY'OF APRIL, A. D. 1905, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. .;.t the folloting describ ed -land and premieeansituated in the District of Columbia as and being part of Lot 7, section 2 liL the village of Buetvili, according to a plat recorded in Liber 10B, Folio 192 of the Land Records of the District if Columbia and more particularly known and described as block 8, lots numnered 1. 4, 5, 6, 7.a 8, ii, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. 10, 17, in Block 9; Lots 2,.3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, in Block 10; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. in Block 11; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12:and 13, in Block 12 of Stephen S. Wales' subdivision of said Lot 7. See tion 2, of Burrville, as said subdivision is record ed in County eubdivisibn Book 7, page 53, of the Surveyor's Office of the District of Columbia. Terms of sale: Ond-third cash, of which a de posit o' $100 must be. made at the time of sale. and the balance in twp eqnal Installments in one and two years from day of sale, for which notes of the purchase", bearing ititerest from day of sale at the rate of 6 per .centum per annum, payable semi-annually, and adeured by deed of trust on the property sold, will be[ taken, or all cash, at the option of the pur.chased. All conveyancing and recording at purchaser's cost, If terms are not co,mlied with in fifteep days from date of sale tihe trustees reserve the righttato resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser after eight days' advertisement of the same. WIL.LIAM MAYSE, JR.. JEFFElRSON W. DAVIS, JOHN SIDNEY WEBB,Trse. Attorney for the party secured. ap6-dta TRUSTEE'S SALE OF PINEY POINT, ON THE LOWERS P'(TnMAC'. By virtue of a decree of the eircuit court of St. Mary's county, Maryland, In Equity No. 1025, I will offer for sale on the premises on MONiuY, AP'RIL SEVENTEENTH, 1905. AT TWELIXN O'CLOCK M., the property in said county, known as PINEY P'OINT, containing 151 acres of land, more or less, with the Improvements, consisting of hotel, offBees and cottages. PINEY POINT has for many years been a favorite summe'r resort for Washingtonians and offers rare inducements to those desiring to purghase an attractive salt water bathing place. Terms of sale: One-thIrd cash. balance in one and two years with interest, or all cash, at option of purchaser. A deposit of $500 required -tt time of sale, CHARLES H. STANLdY, Trustee. 8 E. Lexington at., Baitimore, Md. WILLIAM A. GORDON, Attorney, 830 4% at. n.w. ap8-7t.eSu THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS. TRUSTEES' SALE OF FOUR LOTS IN AMERI CAN UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION. Defailt having been made unfder a certain deed of trust, dated May 25, 1898, and recorded in LUber No. 2353, at folio 398 et seq., one of the land ree ords for the District of Coiumbia, the undersigned trustees will, at the request of the party secured by saId deed of trust, sell, at public auction, in front of the premises, on THURSIDAY, APRIL THIRTEENTH, AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., the followIng described pieces and parcels of real es tale, situate in the county of Washington, District of Columbia, to wit: Lots numhered one (1), sixty (60), sixty-one 481) and sIxty-two (62), In -block numbered seven (7), in John D. Oroissant and George H. Corey; trustees',ssubdivision of a part of "Friendship," and now known as "The Ameri can University Heights," as a shown hy the rec ords of the surveyor's oSce for the District of Co lumbia, In Book County No. 9, page 96. Terms of sale: One-third cash, balance In equal installments, at one and two years, secured by the promissory notes of the pucaser and a deed of trust on the property ol, or all cash, at pur chaser's option. A deposit of one hundred dollars required at time of sale. Sale to he closed withsIn fifteen days from the date thereof, otherwise the trustees reerve the right to resell at cost and risk of defaulting purchaser. Conveyanclng and recording at purchaser's cost. BENJ. F. LEIGHTON. Trustee, Omce, Columbian building. GEORGE 0. FERGUSON, Trustee, apO-dts,esau Manitou, Colorado. JAMES W. RATOLWFFE. AUCTIONEER, TRUSTEES' SALE OF IDT ON CONDUIT ROAD. By virtue of a deed of trust, recorded in Liber 1782. folio 401L and at the request of the holder of the note secumed thereby, we will sell, at aug tion, for cash, on MONDAY, THE TWENTY FOURTH DAY OF APRIL, 1906, AT TWELVE O'CLOCK, in the auction roomn of James W. Rat cliffe, 920 Pa. ave, n.w., lot 84, block 3, Clarik and Hurst's subdIvision of Whitehaven, as per plat recorded in Liber 8, Jollo 124, of the urz veyor's oSe. RICHARD OUGH, JOE E. HURST, JOHN.B. DAHLAREN4, Attorney. Trustees. al,S,11,1t,21-4t . Pendali building. WALTER B. WILLUAMS S CO., AUCTIONBERI. VALUABLE BUSINES8 AND REBIDENCR PROPERTY. NORtTHEAST CORNER - TH AND hi STREETS NORTHWEST, AT AUC TiON. On THURSDAY. APRIL THIRTEENTH. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. we wIB oEer for sale, at b oe n, in front of the preusisen, the soth feet 88 4ph by full width of 20 feet of Jist in 61, impo,aid a three-story la wt stetw ,'eestne er a goodl rental. Parties insearch of Irperty for anl investent theuld give this sate theiratnin. - ofr a sale: Oetrdcash, balance 8e one tears with, f.eea eensed bya deed of AWfII UULB AVOUION ULU ATSLOANS Art Galleries, 1407 a St. Near U. S. Treasury. Free View Monday and Tuesday. Aso-wCAar0'ke Coll1ction Antique Mahogany Furniture, Persian Rugs, Antique Silver, China;, Brass and Copper Ornaments, a fine collection of Books in elegant binding, Oil Paintings and Water Colors by Washington Artists and others. At Absolute Public Auction Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, April 12, 13 and 14, 1995, at 11 A. M. and 3P. M. Each Day. Catalogues on application. C. 6. Sloan & Co., Auctioneers, n407 6 St. sp8-tt,75 Brown & Tolson, Auctioneers. CONTINUATIION SALE -OF The HADDAD BROS.' Collection ~ffENWA R1UK9 BRIIC=A=BRAC, DRAPCERIES, ART EFFECTS, etc., AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION, Within Their Galleries, No. M Il5 G Street N.W., DAIILY At 10:30 A.M. and 3 P.M. Until All is Disposed of. The finest assemblage of Oriental Rugs ever offered in this city peremptory sales-a rare chance to secure bargains. N. B.-By request, we will hold a special session WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 12, from 8 until 10 o'clock, during which time many choice pieces will be offered. It TOMORROW. FUTURE DAYS. THOS. J. OWEN & SONS, AUCTIONEERS. Horses at Auction. TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES TATE. NO. 1335 B STREET NORTHEAST. I carload of western horses. 1 carload of good By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re orses from Lancaster. Pa.. 37 horses from local corded in Iibei No. 1802, folio 2. et seq., of the parties, 1 car of Sue young mules. 15 2d-hand land records of the District of Columbia, and at :ules, all to be sold the request of tie p,rty secured thereby, the un ,, Highdersigned trustees will sell, at public auction, In for the High Dollar THURSDAY, THE TIIIR Tomorrow, WEDNESDAY. APRIL TWELFTH, O'CLOCK P.M.. lie following described land and TEN-THIRitTY A Ml., at the Washington Auction premises situate in the city of Washington. Dis and commission Stables, 303 to 311 6th .w. trict of Columhia, and designated as and he lot andcom isionSt~le. 3.1 o t ' seventy-four (74) In Victor Anderson's suidivsn of lots in square ten hundred and thirty-four (10341. (leo. Hyman, asper-piat recorded in llber 19. page 101, of rec 1t. Auctioneer and Prop. toeer wt th imreens cnitig f WI LSON & MAYI'ERS, Trso ac n-hr fteprhs oe Auctioneers. 1227 and 12290 Gst. n.w. met,pybeionadtw :rswthneet AUCTION SALE fo a fsl.scrdb edo rs I) WVEDNESDAY, pucasr0 dpsiAf.10M.lb rqirda Furniture. General Ilousefurnlishings, ieo ae l ovyuig eodn,ec.a Gas stoves, bedroom suites, morris chair. tables, cot fpuhae. Tns fsae obe omld nameled beds. springs, mattresses, odd bureauis vtwihn endy frm a o sl,ohrie and washstands, refrigerators, mattig, crockery, tIeruesrsrv terih to eeltepo Rwing umachine. hall rneks, wicker chairs. 4 new et tters n oto ealigprhsr Lhilmt carriages, kitchen goods, picturs, etc. atrfv as detsmn fsc eae i NEWX GOOlDS. Chiina closet, buffets, ladies' oenwPprpbihdi ahntn .C ~less, oak, hIrch and mahogany chmiffonieres and WLIM A ODN iresers, combination' china closets and buffets,CA LSERY library cases, leather lounges, leather Turkish ald deS rses chair, 91x12 axminster and other rugs, rocking ei-airs, music and parlor cabinets, statuary. hmawi some pastel pictures, fine mirrors. new' felt mat- TO...O E O.ACINES resses, folding iron davenport beds, etc. 93PNV 1tothing misrelresented to effec t a saloer. THOMAS DOWLING & CO., AUCTS., TELREFAEDELN F1 til2 E ST. N.W.ROM.N.22 AIRIAAHL Bly authority of Congress passed May 18, 18916, ..TlERMOEIMDAEL wre will sell at public auction, within our auction ATI AE rooms, 612 E at. n.w., to pay storage charges. etce NTUSA.ARLTITET.10.A on WEI'N ESDAY, APRIL TWEi.THT-. 1905. A TO'CCK..,wwilslatpbiauio TEN O'CL.OCK A.M., Household Goods and Chat-infotfteprms,thabedecbd tels stored In names of Carrie MIller, Prank Md. faedeln,bitaotdeyasao Porb, J7. R. Williams. Joseph Carter and R. B. Teprhsrt eoetesi uligfo Porter. Those interested please take notice,. h rud ihntn iy rmdyo ae Sap-6teSum-10Trscs. Ky t end,Dvs&C. FUT UR E D AYS.4430s.nw NES, HEES.BUIDIG MTEIALAN CHCRYES SALE OP VALUABLE REALRES TARAIX.MTY,. 13 TETNRHAT By vrtu ofan rde of he uprme our of By virtue of a dcrtidee d of tSureeurt y fe the istict f Clumba, oldng aspeial er anth reod fteDistric of ofColumbia, a n d e t Marc. 196. i th mater o th estte otae erequestiof athe li artin, on the ure mithe.n um.~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ dersigneuteee will 1el. at puhlic auction, inth rer T EEOC CKPM,avlbetacoflad o~ pemies o. 39 steetsouhwet. N WDfrontan ofut 12 ares, s TuRe AY, THE iIR N~DA. TE NIETENTH AY F APIL,TrETH DAY COF A'RL A. D.0 yards noT ofthE 1906 ATTENO'COCKA.M. th folowng o 'CLOCKbaia UP.M.t. the trllwin describe ad the muls, art, wgos ad crriges hzua aoy-I pre Dist itut e . n the est b Wa heg ton, i ale whel hy mchies sceen an oherpro- taiteof reservi, nd esignth yed arm an benLo ertyperainig t tb busnes fomerl coduc e entyfurros (7)ant ico Adeso' subdivde an no kn ona by aiddeeasd, ls a et f uilingn te oa f A lts i rs t eh r, and ontheyfu (1__) uh s oes,widos ndwido fams,bln s f ro parlecordemilier1.pae1,ofrc mantls, tovs an siks. tc.Terms of sale: One-third cas wthe urcae tmon S Attorneys for admintosteaprid,iapcash balance in two equal installmet-non n w thear romerty sal, or all . at option ofth JAME W.RAYLIFE. COTON. purchaser. A frdepayments, he00 ing nerurest toie ofsee pntpoet. All conveyancing, eodn,ec.a TRSEE'SLEO RGTHADOM tcot of purchaser. Trso aet ecmle THREETORYBRCKAND TONE WEL e rsee e rve estihe coight e to l the prop INGSON ASHIGTO HEGHTS KNWSerty bt thneyskancstof lefalraint, urca-r Byvitu f crti dedoftus, atd April B a s'Atement H. suhO esLEY. n 20, 100. ansomcordneinpapbrrNo.ublishfeId in Washin ton ,.C lumbin, ad at the eqdest.exthe hoTrrssoeet. nots ecredthrey, e il oirepratlyatWATHOR B. OWLLAN & O, AUCTIONEERS. MONDY, HE TE3IY-FURTRDAY3'CALED TOATE OALE BYALUCTION.IOF APRI, AD. 106.CQMMNCI ATFOHEDWLARGE FREIN O 1 DEASTAIOL1 ~~~~~TOO'CLOCK P.M., tefloigdsrbdrs s TET we wUillsON a.ulc uto tat, stuae i th contyof ashngtn, i n B irtu of te perem.ses the Sabove deocribed tric of olomia. amel: Althelotsnumb r amt e dwisti g,o blui bou equt ears g o fou hudre an tirt-thee 438 t for hn- 6.The uh ae w remov tai b u tin,ro dre an foty 44), ethincusie,of eoseG. inthe t ounswt tbuwen days fom dIIAY APRIL Brow's ubdiisin oflot in obet O p8-dUTZETHO. J29. ATE &ALCO..8 AutOr. oAL OF HnORS. AGOM5NS,een CARRAGS "HAR- THS. i.: TEN &at st, mUTErER visin E O F In boONTRACTR, BY16 pAD IN 1 . L UMBtO IA, thE A TH E E fTH ODISTea UIVER-m tyrirt of ba; order of thd eriee Cour TeByrt e of a deeree of the uremeaCourt of the Dstrsbict o u ba, prorldeed a peia t eru enD-rc fCouba ase nteeu esupbeae datpsed on the196fo 80thS da of case. No.eh 128 the unearsned, estrte tw Mares. at5,i the ate r of the~ sanmteofm e oe o saeat pblic sution on he 13 nes5. erwey deesd,amnitaio o 12818,th nteNDAY, APpLSEVE T ETH , pe05 AuM u.esindwithe asubieucin,i hera TREO'LC P .M. a sub eat ofr d Trmis o.: 3l Gf te pourhaest Os WeD- coaie ninat ae, ituate nthe is-ar 19a5. loT oer e'COC s., the eedlowtrus frAl -mveitUn. Thetract ssdee5rnsat th mIuescrt, gn and aes rae s; Ocobrnes, shev- by mwha.I the tititM e sof se by. tene above ste, tay a in screen A a dost r Stte wervir,~oN Eete the ot b hefr a f v erty i bert ning d to e lta the buiesfre lonuced D. ~ e Bu rrows, la siied and noe know s a s ysaid. deces edAoetf bepsiuildieng aeia l, Af sserusa ty .Park,in An on te~ eas byte AR AGES'RWLstEY Ameysty arr asfo h a fsl,a hc e SHEEHY a HFEHY c 8st f stee o.. o f0wl erqirda h ieo ae Attoneysfor dminstrarie.ap0 ancey in Wtweqa insHet in oew adwo JAMES . RATLIFFE AUCr1NEnt-aseWr e l aAlAaI teL e yRSESeAEO IH ADOEat etrduo h rpry l covyacn THiEE-TOR BRCKANDSTOE DEIe .Pmsectvebuyrsillbeconeye toth o-~ TAOS, J. OWa s l ADQIil. eli a St. It.W., Wa.isgtse. D. Q TRUSTEE'S SALE Of the large Hotel Building and Furniture at Takoma Park, D. C., suitable for a large sanitorium,- asy lum, hospital, seminary or similar purpose. The .sderstige4 trwtew, t orde to elaen an s. tats, will slat pubic mle to the best bMd der, as the promise at Iteth Taboma stt, sd the 3. & 0. 3. R., Is T.aoo. Parb. urn Thuflh DAtY TUE TW . 11' DAT Or APRL., 1s, AT 10 O'CAl)CK A.M., that large asd ealuNsM ,s it e bases as note1 Tabema. tbrwith the .tdrlaws gr.t sutalin" about 161.00 sa.sse tet at gremsd apprtasbg theeto, and the etbn.Odlwn s aid poasd. Tb. hotel bildt g to - arge. baame. smid sotret ur o ever 100 rom. well built ad wol arh rangad fbr a batel. saaltertu. betal. agsmn or semlnary. Large ortage dls sm with kitchen es art Sner. Baae_ent asd eLr gnmas beneath. Large paero. e0ce, baths, teoet reoms etc. Water .rm the celebrated Takoma Part supply is con.ected with the bo"m. In additta to tie acness by the B. & a . 3. trains to the hotel grounds. the electric casn pass near the poperty ery fow minutes at a Are cent far.. Immaediate g.....a= can be bad it desired. ALSO Immediately after the sale of the above res estate, the undersigned will sell at public asetla to the highest bidder, all the parlor, dining oose. bedroom and kitchen furniture now in said peop erty, consisting in part of piano. boak eses and o?ee furniture. iron sate and bedroom fareito. such as wardrobes, bureaus, washstand., bee steads and beddings, springs, limes and tot ware; also table ware cooking utensis, etc. it.. as recently In use. it sale is not completed ia ens day, will be continued from day to day at 10 O'CIAK A.M. until a13 in sold. TERMS OF SALE for the real estat-se-floorth the purchase money to be paid is cas, the bal ance in four equal annual installmeats at ae, two, three and four years from the day of sale. The credit payments to bear interest from the day of sole, and to be secured to the satisfaction of the trustee, or all cash, at purbmer's optina. A deposit of $1.000.00 will be required of the purchaser at the time of the sale. Title is clear and free from all Incumbraaces. TKRIMS OF SALE for the personal property, CASH. No article to be removed until paid for. The property cea be Inspected any day between the bours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.. as sard of ad missioa only, to be had of the undersigned er asc tioneer. TilOMAs llll.L. Truste..: No. 406 Courtland street. Baltimore, Md. apl-d&ds MYSTERY CLEARED BY DEATH. Nan Who Disappeared Fifteen Years Ago Died in New York. Charles H. Smith, who was a partner with the late Gov. Hazen S. Pingree of Michigan in the boot and shoe nanufact uring firm of Pingree & Smith, and who disappeared from Detroit fifteen years ago. died in St. Vincent's Hospital early on Saturday morning of nephritis. In Detroit his disappearance "emained as much of a mystery as ever. save to a few close personal friends. who have known that for several years he has hcn living at the Mills Hotel, on i'leecker street, lost to the world that knew him under the name of Scott. Fifteen years ago business reverses tcy ed heavily on the mind of Mr. Smi'h. Ha was a proud man, proud of his god n-ime and proud of his standing in the corn munity. So when reverses came his w mud ed pride and dignity would not perm. him to meet his old friends and acqua!ntanceb: and on May 14. 1iSit, he disappe irci. Not a trace of his movements c.,uid he found. It was as if the earth aint swal lowed him. Gov. Pingree, his formier part ner, discovered him about a year af:er his disappearance, but they kept th?lr own counsel Even when about that time .ludge Durfee of the probate court, declared him legally dead, Pingree and the few others in the secret said nothing. Mr. Smith was without money c.: re sources of any kind, and his former part ner came to his aid. The old man war firm in his determination not to return to De troit, and Mr. Pingree thought it bes: to accede to his wish to live quietly and alone where none knew him. To more effectually hide his identity he took the name of Scott. PRAYERS FOR BENEFACTOR. Catholic Church Honors Xan Who Gave Liberally-Statue Proposed. It is seldom that an outsider of the church has been honored by the Roman Catholics as highly as Adrian Iselin. the banker, who died last week. Since his death prayers have been offered for him daily in the churches and schools at New Rochelle, N. Y.. his family helped to build, and it was announced there yesterday that a large marble statute, emblazoned with a back ground of gold. Is to be put in St. Gabriel's Church, the handsome $2i.,Ol0) edifice bui.t by his wife as a tribute to his generosity. Father Kellner, pastor of St. Gabriel-s Church, invited the congregation to con tribute to the fund and also to pray for Mr. Iselin because he had done so much for the cause of religion and given New Rochelle Catholics parochial schools for their children. Mr. Iselin in his will set aside $100t.f0. which he said his executor.s might devote to certain chari-table enterprises if they thought advis:able. So far the names of none of lhe cha ri ties indic:i ted by thle bank er to be favored have been mentioned by the executors. HARD TASK FOR RO.TESTVENSKY. Vladivostok Not so Easily Reached to Dock Ships. If Admiral Rojestvensky wishes to res move the barnacles and other impediments from his ships, which, according to Singa pore reports, were plainly visible, he must either go to Saigon. French Cochin China. 730 miles north of Singapore. or else make for Vladivostok. trying to escape the Japa nese vessels. The latter plan would he hard to carry out, because the Japanese islands, forming a crescent, are directly opposite Vladivo stok, which is reached only by passing through the straits north or south of the Japanese group. But It is highly improbable that the Jap anese would even allow the Russian ships to get out of the China sea. Egress from that sea to the Pacific can be obtained by threading in and out of the islands of the Philippine group, a difficult and dangerous matter for inexperienced navita tors. or by Balington channel or Formosa strait. Bal ington channel. 2iV miles wide, is bet ween Lumon,.the northernmost big Island of the Philippine group, and Formosa. while For mnosa strait, less than 100 miles wide, is be tween Formosa and the mainland of China. It is off Formosa, in one of these two channels, that Japanese naval men, accord ing to recent advices, expect the great sea battle to be fought. From Singapore to Formosa strait is about 2.000) miles. As the Russian warships are reported to be traveling at a speed of eight knots an hour, it may be ten days or two weeks before this point is reached. Should Rojestvensky, eluding the Japa nese, gain the waters of the Pacific. be probably would try to reach Vladivostok by way of La Perouse strait, a narrow waterway between the northernmost Japa nese island and Sakhalln. From Singa pore to Vladivostok in a straight lIne is ,500 miles, but the course the Russians would have to follow would greatly in crease the distance. Kea=nucy Lasemaker Kimad in Quarrel A dispatch from London. Ky., saya: Mtuchi excItement prevails in Clay county over the killing of Representative J. 3. C. IFoward Sunday by Tilford Benge. Both are prom inent. Howard and Benge met at a saloon and were drinking. They had been enear,ies for some time, because Howard had as slsted in prosecuting Benge ont the charge of hasing killed his brother-IiLw Staple ton, several years ago. Hot words passed between theun and a duel was na.rrr,wIy averted by friends, who intervened. Later they shook hands and actually lcis.se I eacih other. No further trouble warn expected. Benge, it is alleged, -started to go way, bwt, turning suddenly, drew his revolveF and bgn Bring at Howardr who received three wona and died. It was rirst re pte tiat Roward alo Ared se'veral abts but this Is said to be unte. Ber'ge went to Manchester and surrendered. 1ollte adtwa tte' represeatitve of the seveatyc rat distribt, c=mupnaed -of the counties of Oweterandensan= sad wab. aawa