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THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUN DAY. DECEMBER 28. 1890.
MORE FINE HOLIDAY BILLS.
tflltST-KATE ATTENDANCES AT AT,T,
TIIE HOUSES THIS "WhEK.
AgnoH Huntington In "Paul Jones" nt
Lincoln Hnll, Mario Wnlnwrlght attho
Natloiml, mill KurhoII'h Comedians at
AlbniiBli'a Iiiist Woolt's Shows.
"A Parlor Match" flashed at regular intervals
last week ut tho National Theatre before largo
audiences. Evans and Hoey havo always been
favorites hero with the fun-loving people, and
they inauago each year to iutroduco sufficient
novelty into their performanco to give a degree
of freshness to tho skit which they uso as a
ploy. In reality there is nothing to the pieco
moro than u framework around which to drape
a list of specialties varying in quality accord
ing to the abilities of the several artists com
prising tho company. Mr. Evans as I. McCorkcr
Is very funny in a way. His make-up and
mannerisms are exaggcratlugly appropriate to
the cheeky book agent ho impersonates, and ho
Btlll wears that frozen smilo which has become
u part of tho play. Of Old IIuss Mr. llocy has
created a. distinctive character part and ono
that never fails to catch the public. His topical
song, "They're After Mc," commanded encore
after encoro last week. As Innocent Kidd Miss
Clara Thropp was very good, tho most meri
torious part of her work being her beautiful
dancing in the second act. Thero has been
nothing seen hero In tho way of a Spanish
dance to equal it. Miss Florcuce Myatfc as
Lucille did some rather good singing and tho
other members of tho cast wero fairly good.
The Levey sisters, who wero so largely adver
tised, did nothing to warrant special commen
dation. It is evident that they travel solely on
k "h ic
Milliickcr is either egregiously underrating
the tastes of tho American public of late or he
is woefully waning In genius or judgment, for
whatever there may be of merit in his latest at
tempt at comic opera it is so thoroughly mixed
up with what is uninteresting and tiresome as
to 6tamp the production as decidedly mediocre.
The public is quick to discriminate between tho
really meritorious and the poor, and for this
reason it was that even tho excellent company
which Mr. Arousou sent over to do "Poor
Jonathan" at Albaugh's Grand Opera House
last week failed to draw a crowded house on
any evening excepting Christmas. Tho fault
lies primarily with tho story of the opera and
incidentally with the action necessary to carry
it out. Secondarily, tho music, with the ex
ception of two or three numbers, is a misfit and
might bo used with equal appropriateness to
carry out an entirely different idea. It Is not
intended by this to imply that the airs are not
protty, for thero arc some which are very sweet
if not "catchy," but as a rule their application
to the lines is such as to compel tho auditor to
master the story independently of any
assistance on the pailTvC the music. Miss
Camilla Darville, who sang the rOle of
ITarrict, captured the chief favor of the au
dience. The music of her part is much more
exacting than is usually discovered in comic
opera, and she sang it with ease and finish.
Her voice is one of unusual purity and power,
and she is moreover blessed with a beautiful
face and handsome presence. Miss Louiso Els
sing as iliM Bin was very clever in what little
she had to do. Mr. Fred Solomon as Jonathan
Tripp and Mr. J. II. Ryley as 'Tobias Quickly
made tho best of their respective parts, but Mr.
Ecnry Hallam as Ruhygold was disappointing.
Mr. George Olml is wasted in an unimportant
part. The chorus was characteristic of tho Ca
sino company largo and well selected and
tho scenery was quite effective.
"The Oity Directory" at Albaugli's.
This will bo a laughing week at Albaugh's.
"Tho City Directory," with its frollcsomo anti
dyspeptic characteristics, will havo things pretty
much its own way in tho world of hearty and
harmless fun-making. Russell's Comedians
hold a distinct and cuviablo position in tho
good will of 'Washington theatre-goers by rea
son of tho fact that it Is tho best all-around or
ganization of its kind that has over mado a bid
hero for public favor. Tho most profitable
field in American theatricals at present seems
to bo tho light or farcical comedy sphere of
operation, and of tho several instruments em
ployed in forcing genuino merriment out of tho
average supporters of tho play "Tho City Di
rectory" certainly seems to bo tho most hilari
ous as well as tho most successful. When you
can bo sure of seeing such favorites as Amolia
Glover, tho Irwin sisters, Besblo Cleveland,
Ivato Uart, Maym Kelso, Gertlo Glover, "Wil
liam Collier, Ignacio Martinettl, Buit Ilaverly,
John W. Bhusouo, J. C. Mlron, Alf. Hampton,
and Julius Witmark, you can safely expect a
lively and conspicuously bright performance.
It will bo a carnival weok at Albaugh's, for
nothing can prevent Russoll's Comedians from
duplicating their former success hero. Thero
will be a special inntluGo performance on Now
Year's Day, together with tho regular inutinfies
on Wednesday and Saturday.
Marie Wainrifjlit at tho National.
That charming actress and beautiful woman,
Mario Wainright, will bo tho star this week at
the National Theatro in her production of
"Twelfth Night" and in Tobiu's famous com
edy, "Tho Honeymoon." Tho production of
"Twelfth Night" last season will bo generally
romombcred. No more complete performanco
of a Shakespoareau play has been given in our
day. In selecting this play for her present tour
Miss Mario Wainright has chosen wisely. Tho
character of Viola is ouo of tho most pleasing
and most directly appealing to human sympa
thy of all of Shakespeare's heroines. It is ono
of oxqulsito refinement, triumphing oyer her
masculine garb, of a passion ato tenderness, but
genuinely sweet aud maidenly modest. As
Yiola is ono of tho sweetese of Shakespeare's
women, 60 tho play In which sho Is sot is ouo of
his best aud brightest comedies. "Twelfth
Night" is a bright and joyous comedy, healthy,
unspoiled by caricature, and unpoieoned by
satire or irony. "Tho Honeymoon" has always
been a favorite play with star actresses aud not
less so with audiences. It is full of fun from
opening to close, aud should bo admirably
played by Miss Wainright aud hor splendid
company, which Includes Barton Hill, William
F. Owen, Percy Brooke, Blaucho Walsh, aud
Louiso Muldeuer. Tho week Is thus divided:
Monday, Tuesday, Weducsday, and Thursday
evenings aud Saturday inatluGe, "Twelfth
Night," Friday and Saturday evenings aud
Thursday (New Year's) matiuCo, ,(Tho Honeymoon."
Allies Huntington In' "Paul Jones."
Tho performances at Lincoln Music Hall,
commencing to-morrow evening, will havo a
two-fold interest, introducing a new opera,
Plauquetto's "Paul Jones," to Washing
ton, presenting Miss Agnes Iluntlugton
In tho title role. Miss Huntington is no
stranger here, but as sho returns after n long
absence with tho prestige of an undoubted
London success her reentry naturally gives
rise to pleasaut expectations. In tho mean time
it may bo worth whllo to ontllno tho story of
"Paul Jones," tho motif of which Is a fanciful
episode in tho career of this naval hero. In tho
first act Paul Is an apprentice to a St. Malo Bhip
chaudlcr, liicoquct by name, and as liicoquct has
a pretty niece, Tvonnc. Of course the two are in
love. But Paul has a rival In tho person of
Rufino, nephew of Don Trocadero, whoso suit
liicoquct favors, and tho natural result follows.
Paid is dismissed by his master, with a promise,
however, that If ho returns with a fortune in
thrco years ho shall marry Tivnnc. Hoping to
gain the fortune he, with an old smuggler to
whom he has become attached, volunteers on
board of au American privateer. Thrco years
later the audience finds liicoquct married to
Rufino'1 s sister, Ulalagucna. Tvonnc is being
forced to marry Rufino, wheu, In obedlcnco to
tho laws of comic opera, Paul turns up and
challenges Rufino, who, by a stratagem, makes
Paid a prisoner and carries him off in Irons to
tho Spanish main. As Paul Jones's squadron
is hammering the coast Trocadero is charmed to
find Paul Jones in his nephew's hand, but Paul
escapes, is mistaken for Bicoquct, aud, aided by
Malagucna and the ladies, succeeds in making
his ship. The Americans attack the Spaniards
and all ends in the most approved fashion.
There is an underplot involving Paul's boat
swain, Bouillabaisse, and his wife, Chopinctlc,
and other characters supply a comedy element.
Tho opera is cast as follows for the star and her
London company: Paul Jones, Miss Hunting
ton; Rufino, Karl Mora; Bicoquel, Eric Thome;
Don Trocadero, Heroe D'Egville; Bouillabaisse,
Hallcn Mostyn; Petit Pierre, Albert James;
Chopinctte, Miss Fanny Wentworth; Bfalaquena,
Miss Millie Marsden, Tvonnc, Miss Marguerite
Van Brexdel. MatlnCes will bo given New
Year's (Thursday) and Saturday. Seats aro ou
sale at Motzerotfc's music store.
"A. Clean Sweep" at the Bijou.
Dan Mason is a prinio favorite iu this city
and his comedy, "A Clean Sweep," has created
roars of merriment wherever seen. It is a hu
morous production in the strict sense of the
word; fun and fun alone Is the object of Its ex
istence. Mr. Mason has the support of an able
corps of performers, and there is an agreeable
abundance of clever specialty work. "A Clean
Sweep" gives Mr. Mason an opportunity to
prove himself a German comedian par excellence.
In fact, Mr. Masou, though not yet looking for
the laurels of a playwright, can certainly claim
credit for tho present farcial corned', which,
under tho title of "A Cleau Sweep," had a suc
cessful run of nearly a half season at the Bos
ton Theatre. Mr. Mason was then in company
with John T. Kelley, tho Irish comedian, but he
decided to dissolve partnership, and la6t even
ing was his first appearance In tho triple role of
star, mannger, and proprietor. Tho company
includes J. B. McAuliff, who, as Nicholas Fix,
stirs up innumerable embarrassing perplexities
with Dan Masou as Julius Winkle, tho good
humored German. It is a whirlwind of fun,
and its coming will no doubt clear tho dust
from tho throats of any one who sees it, even if
ho hasn't laughed for weeks before.
Tho attraction at Keruan'6 Theatre this weok,
boginnlng to-morrow night and includiug grand
holiday matiuCo New Year's, is Williams and
Orr's Meteors, an entirely now company, com
prising noted American and European specialty
stars. Heading the list aro Zcnoru and Fodeu,
tho most marvelous equllllbrlsts and hand bal
ancers in the world. Then thero am tho Ameri
can Macs, not only tho funniest and wittiest
comedians in America, but the most expensive
card ever eugaged. Iu addition to these great
features there aro many other acknowledged
artists, among whom may he mentioned Kayo
and Henry, Luwlor and Thornton, Jochlbaim
and Ouino, Annlo Wllmuth, Musical Latona, Ma
son and Kal6ton, Brothers Wems, Sisters Coyne,
and Continental Four. Ladies' matinCes Tues
day, Thursday, and Saturday, including New
Year's matinGo. Noxt week, City Club Vaude
villo Burlesque Company.
Tho Applclon Quartette.
Coiicenilnjr tho Appleton Quartette, which
will appear iu coucert at Lincoln Music Hall
January 23, tho Boston Herald said: "Their
success has been phenomenal from tho begin
ning of their career as a quartette. Tho voices
blend superbly, and their slngiug possesses
breadth and fineness two essential qualities
that ladles' quartettes often lack." AVashing
tonlans will understand this on learning that
Miss Harrletto Whiting, of this city, is tho con
tralto, kuowlug that any organization with
which sho would bo associated musically must
be of tho finest order of merit. Tho fact is
that these four ladies havo not only been
blessed by nature with exceptional voices, but
thoy havo added thereto all that thorough mu
sical culture and artistic feeling could give.
Two of thorn, at least, aro noted us pianists as
well as slugers, namely: Mrs. Helen M. Young,
tho soprano, aud Miss Eva Mao Clarke. Mrs.
Abby Clark-Ford, tho alto, not only oxcols In
singing ballads, but also as au accompanist.
Thoso" who have heard Miss Whltlug's superb
contralto need not bo told that sho is one of tho
strongest elements of tho organization. At tho
comlug concert Mr. Myron W. Whituoy, tho
famous basso, who is such a favorito hero, will
sing, thus glvlug au agreeable diversity to tho
programme. Tho Columbia Athletic Club,
under.whoso auspices tho concert Is given, uro to
bo congratulated on securing such strong ut
tractlous, and a brilliant audience, as at tholr
previous entertainments, may be expected.
Manager Fislc's Christmas Gifts.
Manager Flsk, of Albaugh's, was tho recip
ient on Chrlstmay Day of three very rich pres
ents from tho employes of tho Grand Opera
House. Tho attaches ou tho front of tho house
presented him with a very handsomo combina
tion lamp aud stand. It is mado of solid brass
In au elaborate design of filigreo work, and
stands six feet high. Tho lamp raises and
lowers automatically, and is ono of tho
finest lamps both in design and finish over
made. It is surmounted by a largo shado of
raw silk, trimmed with heavy silk fringe. Tho
attaches hack of the curtain gave Mr. Flsk a
magnificently hand-carved, oak, revolving desk
chair, upholstered in back and Beat with dark
green leather. Accompanying tho chair was n
very protty waste-paper basket, of varl-colored
wicker. Each gift had fastened to It a beauti
fully engrossed card stating tho donors. Tho
articles were much admired by a largo crowd,
whoicarlug of Mr. FIsk's eood fortune, wished
to sco tho presents, and at thosamo tlmo extond
their congratulations. Every ono praised tho
tasto displayed In the selection of tho articles,
which will prove both useful and ornamental.
Notes of the Stage.
Edwin Booth sudors much from dyspepsia.
"In It" Is tho natuo of a now skit which Hallcn
and Hart will have next year.
Whllo la Philadelphia Agnes. Huntington was
entertained by Geortro W. Cbllds.
Hard times nnd tho holiday season havocaueed
poor business attho Now York theatres.
Philadelphia's twenly-two licensed theatres
have a seating capacity of over thirty-six thou
Tho English melodrama, "Tho Soudan," is Raid
to have tnken In 2100,000 In thirteen weeks In
"Tlio Power of tho Frc3s" Is tho name of a new
play to bo produced in New York in March by
Efllo Ellslcr is going to revive "Hazel Kirko"
with several members of tho original compnny
in tho cast.
A party of thirty-two from Baltimore enjoyed
tho matinCo performance of "Poor Jonathan"
at Albaujrh's yesterday.
Marlon Manola will tako the leading part in
tho now opera, "Tho King aud tho Itose," soou to
be produced in London.
Maurice Barrymoro has wearied of his starring
experiment under J. M.Hill's management and
will return to A. M. Palmer.
"Bobin Hood," tbo comic opera, of which
Reginald DoKoon, of Chicago, is tho composer,
will soon bo put on in London.
Gillette's successful piny, "All tho Comforts of
Home," will be produced in London January 5
under tho direction of Ian Bobertson.
Athelie Clare, an American girl, formerly a
member of tho Boston Ideal Opera Company,
has mado a hit in comic opera in London.
Edwiu Booth is taking his usual six weeks'
holiday vacation. It seems to bo settled that ho
and Barrett will not piny together next season.
Marie Tempest, the clever English girl who
mado a hit hero and elsewhere in "Tho Bed Hus
sar," will bo a member of tho Casino company
At last tho New York public seem tiring of
"The Old Homestead," andDenman Thompson
will probably replace it with a revival of "Joshua
Whiteomb" after the holidays.
Annie Pixley is at least ty years old and
worth S00,000, but she indignantly denies that
sho contemplates retiring from tho stage. Annio
never was notable for a retiring disposition.
Tho Indian ghost dance has been dramatized
while it is yet warm. A Boston museum has
had the glory of first giving it to its patrons by
means of u band of genuine Black Feet Sioux.
Emma Abbott's trills and frills uro still potent
attractions on the Pacific Coast. Her recont en
gagement in San Francisco, her mnnager asserts,
was the most successful sho ever played there.
Bubinsteln, who recently for tho second time
resigned the directorship of tho St. Petersburg
Conservatoire, is said to bo literally dying with
melancholy. Ho professes a profound disgust of
Miss .Tnckson, a remarkably sweet and clover
little woman, who made a hit ns Daisy Brown in
Gillette's "Professor" several seasons ago, is
about to return to tho stage after a prolonged
Stuart Kobson is thought to havo in his new
comedy, "Is Marriago a Failure?" almost as
great a popular favorito as "Tho Henrietta." It
has been received with great favor both in Pitts
burg and Boston.
Annio Lewis is going to star iu "My Sweet
heart," Minnio Palmer's former play, under tho
management of Minnie's former husband, John
B. Itodgers. John declares that Minnie lias been
hypnotized by her mother.
Mary Anderson's husband has returned to Now
York. Mary still remains in Europe. It is said
sho refused to seo Henry Abbey when ho called
on her rccontly in England, declaring that sho
wants nothing moro to do witli stago people.
Joseph Ilaworth is to star for tho next five
years in a repertory of uow plays under tho
management of II. S. Taylor. At least that's
what tho contract calls for, but theatrical con
tracts usually call for champagne and get beer.
Matt Morgan's groatest and most artistic work
Is his Parisian Art, which tho City Club Vnudo
villo and Burlesque Company, tho attrnctlon at
Kernan's January 5, purchased beforo his death
and has prnseuted this soason with unprecedented
Professor Herrmann's Transatlantio.uo Vaudo
vlllo Company, which was seen hero early iu tho
season, litis not been making nionoy of late, and
will bo disbanded. Hcrrmaun is not as success
ful as a manager ns ho is as u mnclciun. Ho
should stlok to black art.
Boston, on socond thought, seems to havo con
cluded to seo tho naughty "Clemonceau Case"
any way, and to tnko its chances on having its
sovrro puritanical morals corrupted. Tho play
has been running to big business at tho Boston
Park Theatro for two weeks.
Julia Marlowohas so far recovered from her
leoent severe illness that sho will soon go South,
Tho interesting announcement is made that noxt
season Miss Mnrlowo will bo managed by Law
ronco Barrott, who is said to bo ambitious to be
como tho Henry Irving of America.
Philadelphia is soou to bo treated to a perform
ance of "Tho Merchant of Venice" by a colored
company. It. Henri Sargoant will tako tho part
of Shulock, of which character it is unqualifiedly
declared ho has tho finest conception of any col
ored tragedian who has over trod tho stago.
Mr. Wlllard, tho English actor, who has been
received witli suoh favor in tho pottery play,
"Tho Middleman," at Palmer's Theatro, Now
York, will this weok appear in a now play,
"Judah," which was tho sonsatlon of tho day
wheu presented by him in London. Wlllard
seems to havo established himsolf as a thorough
favorito in Now York,
Nadago Doree, tho irropresslblo young woman
who has gaiued what sho no doubt regards as
glory, both as an operatlo singer and us an actress,
blooms out as au author, with a novel called
"Nedja." Miss Doreo has ohosen a very dellcato
subject, which Bho handles In a manner that
would strike terror oven to tho author of tho
"Krcutzer Sonata." Nndaago sho bo cnrraled
and civilized, and made to ntloptn civilized "nine.
There is a prospect that Mascagni's "Cuvnllerla
Bustlcnnn," which lias fct musical Italy wild,
will bo produced ut the Metropolllun Opera
House. New York, this winter. Director Stan
ton, of tho Metropolitan, is negotiating with tho
Italian publisher who owns tho scoro for tho
American right of production. Tho opera iB in
ono net, but all reports agree that tho young
composer, who is only twenty-six, reveals in it a
genius equal to Verdi's. Beforo Mascagni's suc
cess with this opera ho was living with his wBo
In an obscure Italian town on thirty dollars a
Pattl had an engagement to give a series of
operatlo performances and concerts In ItiiBsla
this winter, but it has been broken Tor tho fol
lowing reason: Bccently a popular artist, for
whoso porforraauco many Eoats hod been tnken
in advance, did not fulfill tho engagement, nnd
tho llusslan public was naturally disappointed.
The authorities, therefore, determined thnt for
tho future tho money paid for seats in advance
Bhould bo held In trust until the performance oc
curred. Acting In pursuance of this order, tho
chief of the police swooped down upon the lnrgo
sum which the announcement or the Pattl con
certs nnd operas attr ' He took Into his
keeping a portion of tint- .ji, which M. Hot had
arranged to send to England for tho guarantee
which his contract withMrac. Pattl called for.
The singer waited ior the materialization of tho
guarantee, but as the cash did not make its ap
pearance she refused to go to Russia.
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KEPOItT OF THE CONDITION
The Central National Bank
OF WASHINGTON CITY,
At Washington, in tho District of Columbia,
At the Close ot Business December 19, 1890.
Loans and discounts 855,G49 57
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... 1,037 09
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 100,000 00
Stocks, securities, claims, etc 598 00
Duo from approved reserve agents... 4.1,014 -10
Duo from other national banks 20,30114
Duo from State banks and bankers. . . -,914 10
Banking houso.f urniture, and fixtures 189,003 09
Current expenses and taxes paid 10.48G 00
Premiums on U. S. bonds 22,000 00
Checks nnd other cash items 8,313 71
Exchanges for clearing-house 12,440 55
Bills of other banks 4,935 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
nnd cents 120 C2
Specie 141,772 75
Legal-tender notes 300,85100
Bedemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer, (5 per cent, of circulation).. .. ",300 00
Capital stock paid in S100,000 00
Surplus fund 115,000 00
Undivided profits 33,098 88
National bank notes outstanding 90,000 00
Individual deposits subjectto check. . .1,108,8-17 39
Demand certificates of deposit 1.7C0 00
Certified checks 5,033 08
Duo toother national banks 4,389 57
Duo to Stnte banks and bankers 390 00
District of Columhla.Cltv of Washington, bs.:
I, SAMUEL NOBMENT, President of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement is true to tho best of my
knowledge and belief.
SAMUEL NOKMENT, President.
Subscribed and sworn tobeloro mo this 19th
day of December. 1890.
CLABENCE F. NOBMENT.
JAS. L. BABBOUR,
W. E. CLABK.
BEN J. CHARLTON,
W. B. WEBB,
REPORT Ol' THE CONDITION
The Washington Loan and Trust Co.,
At Washington, in tho District of Columbia,
At the close) of business, December,
Loans and discounts 8580,003 03
Stocks, securities, claims, etc 30,817 31
Duo from other national bunks 29,538 48
Duo lroin Stato banks nnd baukers.... 1,112 91
Bankiug.liouso furnlturo and fixtures. 273.0C!) 10
Current expenses and taxes paid 9,295 53
Checks and other cash items 105 00
Accrued interest 9,488 11
Total 3910.010 55
Capital stock paid in S824.G91 50
Undivided profits 47,078 35
Time certificates of deposits 72,703 71
Interest duo on deposits 970 99
Dlstrlctof Columbia, ss:
I, WILLIAM B. ROBISON. secrotary of tho
above-named company, do solemnly swear that
tho above statement is true to tho best of my
knowledge and belief.
WILLIAM II. BOBISON, Secretary.
Subscribed aud 6worn to beforo mo this 24th
day of December, I860.
HENHY E. COOPEB, Notary Public.
BBAINABD II. WABNEB,
JOHN JOY EDSON,
JOHN B. LABNEB.
CHABLES S. BAKEB,
J. S. SWOBMSTEDT,
ALBEltT F. FOX,
LOUIS D. WINE,
JOHN T. ABMS,
A. S. WOBTHINGTON,
N. II. SHEA,
A. A. WILSON,
THOMAS W. McKNEW
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
HAY AND STB AW
1113, 1115 O STREET Northwest
KKrOIiT OT THE CONDITION
Tho Farmers' and Mechanics' Na
At Georgetown, District or Columbia, at the closa
or business December 10, 1800.
Loans and discounts S55G.5G3 34
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 340 90
U. S. bonds to seeuro circulation.. 250,000 00
U. S. bonds on hand 1,200 00
Stocks, securities, claims, otc 191,842 50
Due from approved rcscrvo agents.. 55,778 25
Duo from other national banks 8.507 24
Duo from Stnte banks and bnnkcrs . 275 83
Banklng-kousc, furniture, and fix-
tu res ................... T 000 00
Current expenses and taxes paid..'.'. . "VI322 42
Premiums on U.S. bonds 11,000 00
Checks nnd other cash Items 10.355 53
Bills or other banks 7,255 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents 37 30
Specie, (gold, 82-11,433 CO) 200,003 25
Legal-tender notes 83,072 00
Bedemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer, (5 per cent, of circulation).... 11,250 00
Total S1.433,8C8 CO
Capital stock paid in S252,000 00
Surplus fund 100,00000
Undivided profits G0.055 70
National bank notes outstanding.... 210,050 00
Dividends unpaid 3,270 00
Individual deposits subject to check. 830,070 35
Certified checks 2,700 00
Duo to other national banks 15,059 75
Duo to Stato banks and bankers 50 71
Total $1,438,808 CO
District of Columbia, County of Washington, ss:
I, W. LAIBD, Jit., Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that tho above state
ment is true to tho best of my knowledge and
bcJl0,r- ., , , w- LAIBD, Jn., Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 23d
day of Decombor, 1890.
L. S. FBEY, Notary Public.
M. J. ADLER,
,,. S. THOMAS BROWN,
KErOltT OV THE CONDITION
Columbia Nat. Bank of Washington,
At Washington, in tho District of Columbia; at
Close of Business December 19, 1890.
Loans and discounts S8S0.349 41
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. . 3,213 29
U. S. bonds to secure circulation.... 50,000 00
Duo from approved reserve agents. . 03,133 52
Due lrom other national bunks 100,787 19
Duo from Stato banks and bankers.. 1,715 91
Banking house, furniture, and fix
tures 72,079 21
Current expenses nnd taxes paid.... 5.500 77
Premiums on U.S. bonds 1,760 00-
Checks nnd other cash items 18,875 12
Exchanges for clearing-house 18,501 54
Bills of other banks 2.C05 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and cents 539 GO
Specie 169,003 50
Legal-tender notes 33,170 00
Bedemption fund with U. S. Trcas-
rer(5 percent. of circulation) 2,250 00
Total S1.434.5S0 30
Capital stock paid in 2230,000 00
Surplus fund 00,000 00
Undivided profits 25,510 10
National bank notes outstanding.... 41,000 00
Dividends unpaid 129 00
Individual deposits subject to check. 1,012,931 S3
Demand certificates of deposit 1,751 40
Certified checks o,4S 94
Duo to other national banks 21,25110
Bills payable (deferred payment
banking-house) 12,500 00
Total .S1.434.5S0 30
District of Columbia, Countvof Washington, ss:
I, E. SOUTHARD PARKER, Cashier of tho
above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement is truo to tho bestof my knowl
edge and belief.
E. SOUTHARD PARKER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 24th -day
of December, 1890.
THOMAS H. YOUNG, Notary Public.
CROSBY S. NOYES.
CHABLES B. BAILEY.
HENRY K. WILLARD.
CHARLES C. DUNCANSON,
MYRON M. PARKER,
BBAINABD H. WARNER,
S. W. WOODWARD,
ALBERT F. FOX,
JOHN JOY EDSON.
WILLIAM B. GURLEY,.
, , JOHN B. LARNER,
UKEl'OKT OF THE CONDITION
The National Bank of the Republic,
At Washington. D. C, at tho CIoso of Business.
December 10. 16911.
Loans and discounts. 3742,779 05
Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured.. 41 84
U. S. bonds to seeuro circulation 50,000 00
U.S. bonds to secure doposlts 150,000 00
U. S. bonds ou hand (j ;jso 00
Stocks, securities, claims, cto 91,010 SO
Duo from approved reservo agents. . . 20,081 90
Duo from other national banks 19,82t 23
Duo from Stato banks nnd bankers. . 7 uo
Banking houso.l'iirnlturo.and fixtures 83,917 52
Current expenses and taxes paid 11,915 01
Cheeks nnd other eush items 17,752 25
Exohunges lor elearing-liouso ' 23,177 63
Bills of other bunks 709 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents 1,924 30
Specio..... 203,830 00
Legal-tender notes 43,731 00
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer
(5 per cent, of circulation) 3,230 00
Capital stock paid in 3200,000 00
Surplus fund 200,000 00
Undivided profits 30,010 38
National bank notes outstanding.... 45,000 00
rndlvldualdopositssubjeetto cheek. . S39.35S 50
Demand certificates of deposit 14.7C0 31
Certified cheeks 711 c."
UnltedStates deposits 14S.05O 23
Duo to other national banks 45,870 09
Duo to Stato banks and bunkers 988 45
Total 51,540,423 11
Cltyof Washington, County of Washington, ss:
I, OlIAS. S. BRADLEY, Cashior of tlio ubove
numed bank, do solemnly swear that tho abovo
statement Is truo to tlio best of my knowledge
CIIAS. S. BRADLEY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 24th
duy of Docember, 1890.
I. FEN WICK YOUNG , Notary Public
W. J. SIBLEY.
WM. R. RILEY,
P. II. HILL,
A. A, WILSON,
GEO. E. LEMON,
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,.
Importer of and Wholcsalo Dealer iu
PUBE FOBEIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES
And Solo Agent for Trimblound Perfection Old
Ryo uud Sour Mash Whiskies.
1200 aud 1203 Pennsylvania avenue N, W.