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THE EVENING TIMES, VElJyESDAY, JUNE 3, 1896.
" ' Such an event as this happens but twice a year. Pf
it is of it imps f importance, w anoe ouyers.
COLOSSAL CLEARANCE SALE
0 Worth of Fine Shoes !
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This is the greatest clearance sale of slioes ever known in this city. "We have a tremendous stock to dispose of, and unsparingly, without mercy, the prices have
been cut cut beyond recognition. Profits have been thrown to the winds. In many cases prices are far below actual cost. Every pair is out of our regular stock,
sold with our guarantee. Extra salesmen have been provided for this sale, that all may be comfortably waited on. Ladies are advised to come in the morning to
avoid the crowd.
This is an elegant lot of Men's
Congress slioes, in Kangaroo
and Calf, hand-sewed. They
are chiefly small sizes, and
those who can he fitted will
draw a prize here. These shoes
are worth from S4 to S5, and
we'll close them out at
Men's hand-sewed Oxfords and
strap shoes and Prince Alberts,
in Tans, Calf and Kangaroo,
plain globe and London tips.
The sizes run from 4 to 7, and
the widths are narrow; but, if
you can be fitted, you'll get a
shoe worth from S3 to 34.50 for
A most worthful and good-wear-ing.shoe,
Razor and Opera toes.
Cannot be bought anywhere
less than S2.60. These shoes
are handsomely maae
strongly sewed, but our
ML QUESTIOH BUXTQH
Detective Politer to Visit Him at
the Hospital Today.
WHAT HE WILL SWEAE TO
The Injured Mun -Will He Asked If He
Will Mate Under Oath That Kiiu
dolpli Was tho Oui Who Assuulted
Mm The Officers Will ITobubly
It ecom m end N ealo's Itelease.
Detective Hermann Politer or Baltimore,
who lias been at Gaithersburg working on
the Buxton case, stopped at police head
quarters at noon today on his Tray to Balti
more. This afternoon lie will call at iar
f.c!d Hospital and hate another interview
v. ill! Mr. Buxton.
Tlic detective will then proceed to the
home office and go over the clews and evi
dence with Int. chief, Marshal Frey. A
program of procedure will then be deter
mined upon anddecislvc action taken in the
While at headquarters here today Mr.
rohler. when asked as to his opinion as to
the guilt or innocence of Neale and Ran
dolph, the colored suspects under arrest,
"It is my opinion that Neale is clearly
innocent of any connection with the crime."
He would not- say as much concerning
INNOCENCE OF NEALE.
It is also oaid to be the freely-expressed
opinion of Detective Seiliold that Ncate
bad nothing whatever to do with the crime,
either before Its commission or at any other
time, and tho Baltimore detectives w'll
no doutit advise tho prisoner's release from
Detective rohler also said ttiat there was
nothing in theallegedflndlng of Randolph's
coat by "Squire Slonestrcct.
It wnsnlso learned today thatitis State's
strongly sewed, but our price is t 'I
THE TIMES DAILY WEATHER MAP.
Orrnared at tha United States Weather Bateau, i
i.y wta,r 55n:.A i 1 s9f now
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Forecast TIJI 8 u. m. Thursday.
I'or the District of Columbia, Maryland
and Delaware increasing cloudiness, with
sboners tonigbL and Thursday; warmer;
For Virguila Threatening wedtjicr. with
ehowcrslotnght and Thursday; warmer in
the interior; southerly winds.
WeuthurCondlttuiiHiind General Fore
cust. An area of high rressurc covers New
England, the lake regions, the Middle nod
South Atlantic States. The pressure is
relatively low throughout tho Gulf States,
the Missouri valley, and aii extensive .de
pression covers the Rocky Mountain slope,
lowest in northeastern Montana. The ba
rometer has risen nvcrNewEuglandand the
Middle Atlantic States, and fallen in the
upper lake region and generally tbi,ughout
the Rocky Mountain districts.
II is slightly warmer lu the lake re
niSS ANYTHING ELSE, BUT NEVER A
Atotrncy Kilgour's purpose to tiave the
case taken directly before the Montgomery
mnntv ernnd liirv at Rock vide Instead ot
having a preliminary hearing at Gaithers-J
burg berore the local magistrate.
No legal btcps can, however, be taken
beyond the accumulation of evidence, until
the fate of poor little Sadie Buxton is
The terribly injured child is making a
hard fight for life, the detectives sa, but
they do not believe she will survive the
cruel ax blow which crushedrlbe top of
It Is understood that Detective rohler
will ask Buxton at the hospital this after
noon if he will be willing to go on the
witness stand and swear that Randolph
Is the man who assaulted hun.
Several oilier Important questions will
lie put to Buxton. This evening Mr. rohler
will, with other detectives, subject Ran
dolph to another "sweat" In Jail.
The fact that the Baltimore detectives
have let Neale out of the case, the Wash
ington police say, removes the motive,
which had all along been regarded as re
venge by the citizens of Gaithersburg.
Tomorrow Detective Pobler will return
Mr. Buxton's brother was a visitor to
the hospital today, but was denied the
privilege of seeing the Injured man. Mrs.
Buxton's baby was brought here this
morning and taken to see its mother, who
was allowed to have It In her possession for
Murdered His Children While Drunk.
Victoria, Mex., June 3. Lou Hicks, an
American, who. with his family, settled on
a farm near here a few months ago, mur
dered three ot his children while intoxi
cated yesterday. He is biding in the moun
tains. His wife is crazed with grief.
Fifteen Hundred Men Locked Out.
Chicago, June 3. There Is a lockout
at. the works of the Illinois Steel Works,
Ashland avenue and Thirty -second street,
and nearly 1,500 men are thrown out of
employment thereby. The men claim tUe
color line was the cause of the lockout,
but officers charge it entirely to a ques
tion of lalior.
CimgresKnittn I'erklns Renominated.
Cherokee. Iowa, June 3. The Eleventh
listricr. Republican Congressional conven
tion hap renominated Congressman George
D.l'f-klns. of Woodbury conntv.
gions, the Ohio valley, and on the Rocky
Showers have occurred in the Gulf Stales
and the Mississippi vallpy.
The weather will continue fair In New
Eugland, and probably in the Middle States
tonight, followed" by increasing cloudi
ness, and probably showers in the lower
lake region and Middle Atlantic States
by Thursday. Showers are indicated for
the East Gulf States and Ohio valley to
night, followed by clearing or partly clotidy
weathcr Thursday. The weather will lie
partly cloudy or fair in the west Gulf
States. Slowly rising temperature is in
dicated for the Atlantic StateB-and Ohio
The following heavy precipitation. Id
During the paRt 24 hours Union Springs,
Ala.. 1.54; Waynesboro, Miss., 2.00;
Natchez, Miss., 1.60;. Union Point, Ga.
1.90; St. Johns, 1.26; Little Bock, lil2.
Pine Tan Shoes, in all varied new
shades, including Creams, Ox
blood, and Chocolate. All the
latest styles of toes, not omit
ting the new Yale Cap toe.
These shoes are the essence of
style, and worth $4, but during
this sale they goat
Men's fine Patent Leather Shoes,
with full extension sole, latest
out. These are positively the
"swellest" shoe this season.
Ordinarily the price of these
shoes is $4, but your choice is
before you at
Youths' fine Patent Leather
Shoes, in Otieratoes, sizes 11 to
2, excellent value for 52.60,
but they go from this table at
MORE AFFIDAVITS ON FILE
Investigation of the Jail Will Prob
ably Be Commencsd Saturday
Mr. Cook Informs tho Judges Unit
.Effort Are Being Mude to Influ
ence Ills Witnesses.
An Important consultation of the Justices
of the District supreme court was held
this morning, to cr mplete tho details of a
meeting to be held Saturday morning, for
the purpose of investigating the charges
preferred against Warden Leonard, of the
As jet that official has made no answer
to the complaint, though he has sought an
audience with several of the Justices uit
the subject, ne was at the City Hall for
some time today, and In response to a
query, said be had not filed un answer,
and did not know when he would do so.
At the meeting jesterday additional evi
dence was considered and given to Clerk
Young to be sent to the warden. XII state
ments now being filed arc under oath.
With jesterddy's information Mr. Cook
sent a communication, complaining to tha
court that some of the Jail officials had
been trying to get two of his witnesses
to change their testimony, ne claimed that
Witnesses Cotton and Edds will support the
assertion under oath, and tomorrow or next
day an affidavit giving the facts of a visit
of a jnil official to see Edds will be filed.
Billy Williams is one of the last wit
nesses. He tells how he and W. Calvin
Chase were very friendly until the last In
vestigation of the jail, when, he alleges,
Chase went around among the prisoners to
get them to sign a statement that every
thing was all right in the jail. Williams
states that he sold cigars and tobacco to the
prisoners and played crap, winning some
la tho statement of Frank Buckley,
an ex crook, at the Jail, it is asserted that
whisky was drank in the warden's office,
and that the Intoxicant was brought there
by the quart at nearly every visit of the
James Pcake, a prisoner, whose connec
tion with the Jail management, has made
him a figure io the present difficulty, was
released from the Jail today.
SMASHED BY SAVAGE WAVES.
Notions of Steamship Captains El-
Time was when skippers hooted at the
idea that a tidal wave could in any degree
affect the big, twin-screw ocean liners.
This impression, however, is an exploded
cne, for it was discovered some three years
ago that the lutge wav es might prove terrors
to them. The steamship Normannia l.ad
an experience at that time that did much
toward changing the opinions ot skepti
cal six-day skippers. It Is easy now for.
the nautical theorists to explain some of
the disappearances of big ships. The
ocean in an angry mood is powerful enough
to smash the stanchest liner. Just as it
probably did smash the high-sided twin
screw freighter Naronic and the National
The Normannia was in the middle of the
gulf stream, about 7G0 miles east of Sandy
Ho6k. The current of the gulf, running at a
force estimated to be ubout four miles an
hour, flows to east-northeast at this point.
The gale bad been blowing directly against
the current. To this opposition of gale and
current Is attributed the creation of the
phenomenal wave which struck the steam
ship. All the passengers were in their state
looms, cither asleep or seasick, when the
Normannia, going at thrte-quartcrs Speed,
rose on the crest of a mighty sea. It broke
uuder her stern Just as she slid down the
green declivity, and it lilted the fctern up
so that she plunged almost at an angle of
forty-five degrees in the trough.
Just then a mightier sea than the first
curled above the ship's bow. It rose so
suddenly that the big ship had not time
incline of the first monster before the sec-
Might tell some people until
Doomsday that Arthur Burt's
broad sole shoes for children are
saving. They are, though.
Hit F S-reec
Next to Branch Fostofuce.
Open Saturdays 0 p. lu.
Here's a tableful of solid house
comfort. "What nicer than to
have an easy slipper to put on
when in the house? On this
table you can choose any pair
of these comfort-giving web
house slippers for ladies at
Ladies' Dongola Oxford Ties,
with patent leather tips, opera
toes, and all sizes. We won't
say how much more these are
worth, but leave the pleasant
surprise for you to buy them at
this extremely low figure
Ladies' Oxford Ties, vici kid,
patent leather tips, opera and
needle toes, quite stylish and
worth 81.00, $1.25. $1.50 and
S2.00, but the price set upon
ond struck her. Before the engines could
be stopped the wave.had broken aboard.
The crest or the huge wave touched the
crow's net, vthlcb is about seventy nine
feet above the waterlevel. The headway of
the ship in ordinary weather would have
licen only slightly cheeked so soon artcr
thestopplngottheengines. When the wave
struck her she came to a stop as suddenly
and almost as violently as if she had lun
unround. Nearly all who were in their
berths were tumbled out by the shock.
A moment later thecabln passengers and
officers found themselves up to their necks,
waisU or knees In cold salt water. "There
was, naturally, a rush for the deck. The
general Impression was that there had tx-en
a collision and that the ship was sinking.
Thelron beam sot thedeckwerc brokenby
the thunderous trip-hammer blows of tho
wave, which broke clean through the port
half of the forward end of the deckhouse.
Every object that the wave hit except tho
foremast was smashed or twisted. Four
teen ventilators were bent out of shape.
One was flattened as if it had been through
a rolling mill.
How Brougham Aided Palnicrston.
Onco at a meeting In cornet tlnn with the
University College, London, ralmcrston
took the chair. He was nr t .it home In this
learned body.and wasevidentlyanxious to
adapt his remarks to the ccriisirn. f-'o he
began: "Jt has been said that a little
learning is a dangerous thliig-ahem! is
a dangerous thing, but it is better than
better thnn-letter than " Here. his
lordship came to a dead stop- Lord
Brougham sat next to Palmerstin. In a
low tone, but In his penetrating, squeaky
voice, lie came to the speaker's rescue.
'Better Uian u great deal or Ignorance."
he suggested. This, of course, brought
dowu the house, and during the laughter
that followed Lord Falmerston recocred
the thread of his discourse atod finished
Sympathy for Sale.
It has taken the ingenuity ot a London
woman to transcend all previous efforts
of (.'tlicr sex to cnstallze the intangible
and turn ttie emotions into a source of
levenue. She has consolation for sale
sympathy packages.so tospcnk.atsomuch
a pound Heradvertiseroentreads: "Sym
pathy offered to those who are in trouble
and have no one to whom they can tell
their sorrow. Interviewsby appointment."
FOB THE DHIDES.
The accepted lingerie' is nowadays all
made ot fine linen batiste, trimmed with
real lace, it one can afford it. The under
garments of silk or wool must have trill
ings of lace and ribbons about the necks'
. As to corsets, one cannot have loo many
pairs. For summer those made of cambric,
batiste or silk gUuzej-nre cool, and fbr win
ter one must have, them of embroidered
satin, lined with'silk. A thin white batiste
stay, with white silken stars upon it and
worn with elaborately frilled petticoats,
is charming. i
Silk petticoatsshould match the stays, if
not being of the same goods, at least of the
same color as t'he principal shade. Tan
color and black'stoekings of silk are most
useful, and the frhlte silk wedding hosiery
a re cit her embroYdered to the knees or hat e
insertions of real lace.
The number of'.gSwns and hatsina trous
seau is indeterminate and decided only by
the purse of the pride. There should 1
many wraps and many prelty tea gowns,
while bath robq and negliges should have
special care gtvnthem.
There should befor one a silken cider
down dressing gown, a bath gown of pink
flannel and lace trillings, a white satin
dressing Jacket with lace insertions, a
morning gown of cashmere and embroidery
and the evening tea gownandtheafternoon
tea gown and the one for summer, which
may also be used as a dinner gown.
Is near the famous bridge of
that name quite famous as
having the largest single
granite span .in the world.
Terms are reasonable at
Cabin John Hotel.
EOBBINGER BROS., Proprietors.
' I this tableful of values is but.... during this great sale for.
Seventh street N. W.
or values is due..
LARGE EXPEDITION LANDED
Col. Portuondo and a Party Reach
Oirgo ConMMtlun of Cartridges, Am
munition, Dyniwntto mid Artil
lery Delivered on the Island.
Gouzalo.dc Qucsada, the Cuban charge
J'arraires in this city, has Jun received word
that Col. Raracl Portuondu has landed sare
ly In Cuba.
Hewat,nccompanlcdbylOO men, among
whom were Dr. Carlos 1'oey, surgeon of the
party, a resident of this dtyutid two young
Ualtlmorcans, Ostuan Latrobe, nephew ot
cx-Maor Latrobe, aad Mr. Jaony.
Thecarso consisted ot thousands ot
rifles, cartridges and dynamite, beside ar
tillery, of which the army is In leed.
It Is the largest landing made. Col.
Portuondo is the secretary of state. He
uimc to this country on leave of absence
and attended the denates in Congress.
lib lielongs to the bluest bltod ot tbs
Island, and is a tawer of distinction.
A. FEW CHIMES
The oldest bell ot which we have record
is the to, struck with a wocoen clapper
and mentioned in the Chincte sacred boows.
It was used by government criers to clear
the road at funerals and to anuounce the
The eastern Christians in the time ot
Mahomet called the talthtul together for
worship with woodeo clappers, tue prophet
having Instituted this custom prior to the
nowadays. When the fcaracens look Je
rusalem the emiwror would not enter the
city until all the Christian bells had been
smashed or melted down. When the Turks
took Cyprus they likewise melted the teds.
The earnest Liirisuau uens were Lwenv.
of great weight, obtained by Emperor
Michael from the doge of Venle .
In China bells were usj I as musical instru
quets, minor sacrifices and official ccre-T,.,ni-
The fahulnus eniDcror. llwanc-Tl.
was said to have made twelve musical
According to the ancient customsof Am
ictii, the bells of that commune were rung
in case of fire or to call the people to
gether, and when in punishment for mls
iteeds the town was deprived ot its Bells by
some feudal lord or king it meant for
feiture of the right of calling a town meet
ing. he functions of the Chinese bell master
were laid out in writing. He was obliged
to perform on suspended bells, small and
large, and on the drum. There were small
beiu fixed to the Chinese sacrificial knife
to indicate to worshipers that the butcher
priest, who was out of sight, -wa3 perform
ing Ills duties.
Ships navigating the .Indian seas used to
ring bells at night to scare n way big fishes
The use of bells on board shines ot immense
antiquity, and were probably used to dis
perse the storm demons on the sea as well
as the fish. The belief that the ringing of
church bells calms storms andlUmpests Is
unhersal in Christian countries.
From an carlv Christian date bells were'
blessed with holy water, and Charlemagne
issued an edict forbidding this ceremony.
It was also thought that a bit or the brtl
rope from a church where a child was bap
tized, carried about h v.i grown man, would
preserve him from lightning.
In Japan they hae a bell which is rung
at a death to Induce the local saint to con
duct the soul to paradise, and another Is
rung at a hanging. The pious observances
of the Hindoos are intermingled with the
use of bells, and scarcely a religion is to
bo round that has no trace of bells in its
Now Safety Lock.
The newest idea in locks Is one without
a dial and which is opened by the use o
the fingers an1 the sinse ot feeling or that
of hearing. Thcactlnnofaframcdropplng
into a number of. corrugations and manipu
lated by the knob can be heard and felt,
and it is by these sounds that the manipu
lator is guided In throwing back the lock.
The knob is turned to the right until the
pawl is heard to drop into the first cor
rugation; then a certain number of turns
to the left, then to tho right and to the
left again, and finally a turn which draws
back the bolt. The lock, is capable of
360 combinations and the combination can
be changed at any time, Chicago Chronicle.
The Volon ot Scandal.
"Mrs. Beverly always does her hair up
in such u beautiful twist."
"Yes; but it reminds me of the rumor
lUjit her father once kept a pretzel bakery.
Ladies' handsome Russet Ox
fords, with opera, needle and
square toes. This is a most
valuable table to those study
ing economy, and the price set
is, although they are worth
Ladies Oxfords in fine Black Vici
Kid, and a variety of the new
shades in tan all styles of
toe, and worth up to S2.50, but
now they go for
. $1.65 Table.
Ladies' fine Seal Tan Oxfords in
light fashionable shades. Also
Russia Tan Oxfords in darker
shades, so popular now needle
opera and razor toes regu
larly sold at S2.50, but
during tnis great sale ior.
BELT. TELEPHONE'S MILLION.
Extensions nnd Improvements to He
Paid for In Ciish.
At a special meeting the, htockhohlers
of the l!el Telephone Company jesterday
voted to increase the company's capital
stock from $l,C00,0d0 to $2,000,000. It
was explained last night that the additional
million dollars is for the extensions now
being made and contemplated. The com
pany has no bonded debt, and does not
intend to contract any. The Improvements
recently decided on, however, require a
large amount of money, and the million dol
lars Is to meet the necessary expenditures
The new stock will not all be issued at
once, but as the money is required.
The extensions consist ot underground
work to take the place or overhead wires
and the purchase of real e-tate for the
various s-ib-statlons in Germantown, Frank
ford, Manajunk, Kensington, and other-districts.
Heretofore it has been the custom
to rent the offices for these stations; but
owing to the great development ot busi
ness in those districts, which has neces
sitated the location of expensive plants
'there, it was considered better to own the
properties than to rent them.
STOCK MAHKET It.VTHEll WEAK.
Depression Duo to the Passage of the
New York, June 3. During the first
hour of business at the stock exchange
the tendency of prices was downward,
but the decline in no case was as much
as 1 per cent. The selling pressure came
principally from professional sources, al
though London parted with a little St.
Paul, Reading, and Louisville and Nash
ville. The weakness of the market was
due to the passage ot the Butler anti-tiond
Mil, the activity of the free siivcrites, and
lower prices from London.
The impression prevails that gold ship
ments are over for the time being. Prob
ably a little may go to Germany tomorrow
en old contracts, hut no new engagements
can be made at going rates of exchange
thatls, with profit to the shipper.
At the opening sugar declined 5-s to
121 7-8; General F.lectnc. 7-8 to 32 1-2:
Leather preferred. 7-8 to 02 3-4: North
west, 5-8 to 10,1 5-8; Denver preferred, 7-3
to 47: Omaha. 3-4 to 42 3-K Wheeling and
Lake Eric. 5-8 to 0 1-4, and the general
list 1-S to 1-2 per cent. Hay State Gas was
tetter supported and rallied to 2o. Leather
preferred also showed more strength near
1 1 o'clock, and rose to G3 7-8. At the hour
named the market was quiet and steady.
Sugar was firmer in tone, and on small
purchases by the shorts rose to 122 1-2.
Manhattan, on the other hand, was weaker
nnd fell to 101 7-8. London continued to
sell St. Paul and Louisville and Nashville,
but otherwise there was ery little busi
ness done except by the room traders. At
midday speculation was dull and barcly
Km York Stock -Market.
Furnished by Seymour Bros., hank
ers und brokers, members of New
York Stock Exctinnge. Wiishlujnnn
office, (ton Fourteenth street. J. A.
On. TTIffh. Loir 1n
American Cntfm Oil Co. Il; 11J 1i t
Ani.SucarRellnlnzCo. 122 TS. ltajj; 1221;
Am. 8. It-Co. old 101 101 101
Canada Southern SO SO 0
AtclilMin Top. d. P. I UM IKi U.i
American Tobacco Co.. Wjf .15 to
Bilto. & Ohio 17'J 17; 17JJ i7?i
lia State Gas 24K 17 I'm 17
Chesapeake A Ohio lhti 15'i 13JJ 15?
c. c a St. i)ni.... 'sy, siu siji :i
Central of New Jersey.. iOIJJ I0IJ-S 10114 HM";
Chicago and Nnrthw'u.. 103 la? IK.JJ IC.
CLIcngo. Bur. A Q 7(Pi 77 :oi 77JJ
Chicago Gas 7i i.7 C7 ir.y,
C.M.&SfcF i 7 76ts 75 7b
Con. Has lc4 I'i I5 lSitJ
CU.L&F fii 63 OH 0011
CSt. P. M. iOma J ml 13Ji 43
Distiller i I Caltlo reed.. 17 17 IfiJI 17
General Elcctrl.- 32; 3.i .TJ;3
Lake Siioro &M. bo..... 130 ICO !M lio
Laclede Gas CTi 23Vi -5J 23K
LouUvlllo A N-uhvillo.. 4S lk 4V& ,'j
Mannaitan .12 P2JJ .e 02jrt
Mo. 1-aciUc -I '-l? 21 2i;i
U.S. Cordage .. 5 o .1 5
National Lead Co- 21J, 2IJJ 2 sij;
N. Y. Cent. VS. Hudson... ui Ji irj'.j apt
N. .. Ontario &Y. 11 H It 11
Northern Pacific pfd.... 15J 15$ 15$ 151;
PaclttcMall 25.S 15- J5i4 2oi
Plula Beading VJj; V 8,i uji
houhern Uanway pfd., ISVi 8i H 2j;i
Tennessee Coal i Iron .. 23K 5J? -Hi I5
UnlonPacihc 7'4 7li 7 7
U.S.L.prd - GPA C3-J u&i G35
tt cateru Union Jim M, Un
Wheeling & Lake- Krle.. Hft SJ V,; u
Heal Estate Salem.
The Times Ileal Estate Bureau offers
property for sate at-the exact prices quoted
by the owner. -
SILSBY & COMPANY,
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS,
613 Fifteenth St., op. U. S. Treasury,
. 'PHONK 55
floney at 5 Per Cent.
Loaned In sums to salt on first-elm D. C
real estate security. No delay. No unreason,
able expense to borrower.
IILIbKELL d. McLEHAN.
IB K t.
Brokers and Dealera
Sfocfcs. Cotton. Grain. I'rovlslojv
IccalOCIces ltooms 10, 11, 13 CorcoraaBalll
ic. COS 7th st, opposite 1'nteat Odes.
Qgcs PhiUdolphUu Ualtlmor. Wxthlaztoi.
Washington Stock Eioanngo.
Sales XL a fs neg.,2,(.0j at lOSt U.
E'ectric LIsht, It) at 131.
COVEEXJ1EXT BOMJS. ntn.
IT. K, i's It. 107JS
u. s. vs u iw
U. S. 4's MS..... iigj;
V.S. 5" 1901 1UK
DtSTKICT or COLUMBIA B0XD3.
i'sIS93 "20-year Funding" 10:
('s Iwl! "30-year Funding gold US
7's 1301 "Water Stock" currency.. 110
;'19irj "WaterStock" currency..
'Funding" currency, 3.CJ4..
Met Kit Coin-Ps llau I " 127
Belt BBS's 1921 81 S3
CcUngvm Kailroad. ITS 93 10)
Columbia It It Cs 19H lit 11SK
Wash Gas Co. Scr A. t's.Pi02.'27.... 112 US
Wash Gas 1:0. her B. Cs HW1-'2J.. US 11
Wash Gas Co Coav ffs. lorn 110
Chcsai eiked. Potomac TetSs.... I0O
Aluerbec i'Iru3t,T3.l'"aud A.ltnlj I'M
Wash -Market Co 1st (7. 1902-19U
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Wash Maikct Co, linn. l 'r-2.... Ill)
Wash -Market Co exfnirs.lH-'2.". Ill
Masonic Hall Associati'it s Uli . luC ......
Wash. Light Infantry 1st Cs. 97
NATION" AL DAMC ST0CII5.
Bank ot Washington. 273
bunk of Itcpublic 210 r
Metropolitan 2S U)J
Farmers and Mechanics' ISa
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Columbia 1:8 ......
Westtnd 1U7 HO
Traders' . luu J
Lincoln In5 HO I
Ohio 81 I
SAlElllI OSIT AXD TRUST COMfAXIS?. (
Nat. Safe Deposit and Trust 115 120 I
a.h. Loan and Trust 120 125
Auicr. Security Trust 110 Hi;
Wash. Sufc Deposit CO
Capital Traction Co. 70 71
Metropolitan II0I4 117JJ
tieurgeiourn J: Tcnlcjiuuru 7
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Ueurgclonu uas .................. 13
U.S. i-.lectn'cLbjh: 112 123M
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Franklin..... 57 ......
Mctrupo itau 75
Corcorau.... Su ......
.National Union Ill ll
Culmubla 11 II
lt'SSS 7K 8
Lincoln , li Stt
C01umcrci.1I ..M ls
Heal Kstate Title.. ...110. J A J.... III! HO
Columbia'litlo o.(l&J.... 5;i ti
Washington lltle lu 3
District Title .20 .... U
rcmisyttai.ia , 33 .
Chesapeako and Potomac. ......... &) 01
American Uraphophoue ti 92$
American Uraphophone, pfd I0j UK
Pneumatic a unCarnaga 2u
MISC EL LANCU IIS STOCKS.
Mcrgenthalcr Linotype tuew) 120VX 127JX
Lanaton Monotype ... TJj t)i
Washington Market II
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Norlolk aad WasU'n Steamboat
Lincoln Hull uu
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choice building Sites, either for sale of
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