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THE MOftyiyG TOLBa, TU-EtSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1891
Wash R Williams'
s in our
"WASH. B. WILLIAMS,
9th and E streets.
uhlcli we liaic been usln?
latcH for our window dis
pla liac become sII5.1i.ly
disfisurcd from the effects
oT the sun shining on the
arnisli. Tlic arc perfect
on the Interior and liacn
magnificent tone. '1 lie reg
ular price of tho instrument
is &J50, but wc will make a
special dnc" with them
each Kern era her, they are
fu!I warranted Tor mx
3 cars. J.otIi hac the third
or lock red at.
icrnib i he easiest.
- New Warerooms -
925 Pa, Ave. 925 Pa, Ave,
Absolutely Painless Dentistry.
TOP in somo time
hfn youro down
town aod let us care
lully examine ycur
teeth. Wo make io
chargo for such serr
Ico. nor for approxi
mating the cost of
puttincthein In good
tiona are skillfull r
r and aisolutely palc
t lesslv nerforraed.
Evans Denial Parlors,
1217 Penn. Avenue N. TV.
Vo make a specialty of I!KIEF TKIXT
for Lawyers. Can do It quicker and
better than most printers.
McGlLL. &. WALLACE,
HOT K Street X W
THE HARDEST 'IUK BEST.
TelephontM. uace 1UJ F St. a.
Medical Expert and Specialist,
602 F STREET N. W.
VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE. STRIC
PRIVATE diseases quickly and perma
nently rured. Vitality restored. Consul
tatlou free. Hours, ! to 12 a in, 2 to 5
p. in.; Tucrday, Thursday and Saturday
nights, 7 to' 8. Sunda s, 4 to G.
The paper on which The Wash
ington Times is printed is made
C.S. FAULKNER. Sole Agent,
Times Bulldlncr, New York City.
We will twrnl you the marvelous
French Prcrarutfou CALTHOSl
fret. iud a Irsal enantutee tltnil
C'LT110s will lien I ore your
uvutiu,uenciii aim Igor.
Use it and pay if satisfied
Address VON MOHLCO.,
S-Ir Jmi-Hraa Areata, tlnriRulI, Ohio, j
and otners whose occupations prevent
tliora from mating deposits during
regular banking hours will find It cob
venlcnt to visit tbe
Union Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W.
which Js open EVERY SATURDA7
XIQ UT bet ween tbe hou rsof 6 and 8.
(Four per cent, interest oa savings
4 More 6 Per Cent Notes.
..Again we bare a limited amount
of 6 per cent first trust notes on
..cbolco real estate, bines It Is not
..possible to alnrays supply the de
..mand for these notes on early call
American Security i. Trust Co.,
a J. Bni, rres. 1405 G Street.
WILKINS & COMPANY.
Square Mastte and Glass Stanas,Center Market
SYSTEMS JJJjne SHIS
Agreement Not Yet Reached as
to Crematory Locations.
MANY EFFORTS FRUITLESS
Now Point Itiilxitl ns to UhO of Wnlpr
Mc-ter Attorney TIioiuiin Will ln
i"MIkhIp GiiiiiiilMxIorers DIcukh
liiK KMInmUf. for Next Tear's Ap
liruiirtutioiiK lucriniHU of l'L'tihlun.
Tlic two t stems with which tiie District
authorities propose- to Inaugurate Hie new
departure In the garbage disposal line have
been eelected, l)jt pending tlio decision as
to the norths eet locution for one p'aut no
anuounceintnt it to be made of the methods.
Contractor Wiirflild rallcl "tterday n ltli
his report of the E( lect ions he hail made from
which to clioote treeile, and It as beUi-cil
that he and the Iward n oul 1 riieviHIy agree.
That done. It Toniaincd onlj for the Com
missioners to jrie.Alr. Warfield l.is Instnic
tlons ami It'e nor!, of construction by the
crematory company would bo under way
inside of ten ilavj.
Tor tome rrason, ami contrary toKcneral
upectation, Mr. Warfkld wa( permitted to
nepart once more without :urttority to pro
ceed with the builrtln:;. Tli"loardrcenea
the richt to approve of the location eelected
ta well as to designate the purticularcnina
tory to be emloyetl.
It therefore acole upon tbe contractor
and this. Happen rs, he lias not j etsucceeled
A new piiiut lias arisen In the nutter of
appljing the onier of the ConimisiioneD
to the water meter service, which the board
has considered and referred it, theattornei
The sugRestion ii that the piuiier time
for tho introduction of the meters Is at
the beginning .V the fiscal year, and not In
October or at any other siibseiiuent date
in the course of the year.
EXriltKS IIV LIMITATION.
The IK?nod fixed by the Commissioners
in their nccnt order, during which Ilcry
stables, luatiufattorli, hotels and other
large c-st.ibhhnitfiit-. were miulrnl to
Introduce meters, expires by limitation to
day, but there will be imsumniary execution
of the law against thedelimiuents.
Quitca number of thecstahliahmcnb !ia e
complied with the order, and others nre ar
ranging to do so .several tuning depcsitl
uioii an order to have meters introduced.
Until tho attorney decides the iiolnt no
action will be taken by the board. Tbe
penalty for non compliance with tho order
is that the water supply will be cut of
Tho Commissioners are basy with the
estimates for District needs, to be presented
to tiie next Congress. It was in ordir
that tho report from the board of trustees
might be continued to completion without
interruption, that the Commissioners dc
Iajed the appointments.
Among other subjects under discussion
is that of the proposed municipal build
In,;, to which the board will gUc space-
in their next report.
Congresism.m linnkhead. chairman of the
committee on public buildings and grounds,
In the last Congress, and who was as such
frequently consulted upon District mat
ters, was In conference with thj Commis
sioners Testerdiy, discussing matters that
will come up at the next session.
EXl-EKIE-NCED JANITOR HEQUIItED.
The new business high school building,
with its increased number of rooms and
added heating facilities, reqiilr"s 'no serv
ices of an experienced janitor, at an ad
vance In salary. The janitor at the .Miner
building, with twelie rooms to care for,
received $75 per mouth, but at the new
quarters there is need of a licensed engi
neer, who, as janitor, will bac eighteen
rooms and steam healing apparatus In his
The principal of the school, Prof. Jlals,
called upon tho Commissioners jesierdny
to request that provision be iuade for the
c!uployinnt of a eoinpelenPinan. T-m-porary
arrangements were suggestcsl and
the board will consider the subject later.
Attorney Campbell Carrlngton, accom
panied by Hon. A. M. Clappman and Dr.
Mulr, called upon the Commissioners
yesterday and asked that the pension of
Mrs. Annie L. Sullivan, the widow of a
deceased fireman, be Increased from $10
to 530 per mouth.
Mrs. Sullivan's husband was a proba
tionary fireman, not having completed
his first year as a member of the force.
The pension was therefore scaled, uiion
the grounds that his short service did not
entitle the widow to a full rale.
The effort Is to have her given the full
POINT OF DANGER.
The attention of the Commissioners has
been called to the danger incurred by
pedestrians from tho Columbia cable cars
upon leaving Mount Vernon Park at the
Eighth street exit. Mr. B. T. Jollies, in a
letter upon the subject, says children &re
especially liable to be run over at lLat
point, and suggests that the cars lio re
quired to run at a reduced speed between
Seventh and Ninth streets. The communi
cation has been referred to President
Baker, of the Columbia line, with a re
quest for his views.
Additional policemen were appointed
yesterday as follows, tho appointee in
each case to serve without pay from the
District: J. E. Richmond, George JJ.
White, Robert S. Hutchinson, Peter Crow,
Henry Xewman, J. F. Bailey and James
Building permlls issued yesterday Lucy
Eaklns. for construction of dwilhng No.
1408 Twenty-seventh street northwest,
$1,000; P. M. Dubaut, to alter and re
pair No. 1220 Eighth street northwest,
$800; D. B. Gottwals, eleven buildings,
Nos. 1007 to 1013 Twelfth street liorth-
rast, and Nos. 1200 to 1212 Florida ave
Real Ustnto Transfers.
Deeds in fee have In-en recorded as fol
lows: Beatrice L. Wclcker to Anna E.
Welcker. lot IS, square 240, $10. O. A.
Caldwell to Charles T. Caldwell, lot 0,
block 5, Trinidad. S3. Charles T. Caldwell
to Oakes A. Caldwell, part of lot 10. block
5, Trinidad. $3. John W. Ridgway to
James Donohoe. lot 59. square 19, George
town, $975. Same to William II. Gnsklns.
part or lot 5, square 19. Georgetown, $10.
Caroline F. King to Ellen S. Bame. lots
54 to 5G, square 937, S10. John U. Wight
to Ellen s. Harnett, lot 5J , square ml, $10.
E. L. McClelland to Mary L. Lee, lot 109,
square 134, $5,100. David Gottwald to
John S. Rich. lots 130 and 141. square
8G0, $10. Charles Ford to Victoria A.
Burr, lot 53, square 342, $10. Edgar It.
R. Jar.'cson and Charle J. Wcedon to
Wesley Jerfords, lot 131, Douglas. $200.
Emma C. M. Tripp to Arthur Q. and Louis
G undling, lots 1 , 2. 3 and 8, Prospect Park,
$10. Francis Griffin to Margaret C.
McNamara.partsnf lots 13 and 14, square
501. $10. L. M. Rejcolds and Charles C.
Hourer to Helen E. Doocy, lot 222, square
853, $2,400. Margaret A. Collins to Wil
liam T. McElligot, part of lot 22, 6qnare
Investltnited Gen. DucniiV Death.
CoronerHammett, yesterday, at Lee's un
dertaking establishment, 1 nvestigated
the death of General James Dugan, the
retired army officer, who tvos found dead
In his room, at the Forrester House, on Four-and-a-half
street, about 530 o'clock Sun
day afternoon. The coroner found that the
man's death resulted from natural causes,
heart disease being the ailment which car
lied him off.
This juslly celebrated specialist, con
tinues to attract great attention. Ills re
ception rooms are full at all times. You
should consult him.
If you are run down In health or Jeel
that you are out of order in any way,
bear In mind that Dr. Walker cures safe
ly aud iierruancntly all disorders of the
brain and nervous system, diseases of (lie
skin and blood, catarrh, asthma, con
sumption, malaria, djspcpsla, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, hemorrhoids, diseases of
women, loss of ilality, sexual weakness,
and all affections of the lungs, throat,
heart, lhcr, stomach, kldueys, bladder,
bowels and other organs.
Or middle aged men suffering from the
effects of their own folfs, vices or ex
cesses, or men coutt initialing marriage
who are conscious of any ImiH-diment or
disqualification, or those who feel their
jouthiul Mgorand power declining, should
consult Dr. Walker, who has beon tho
means of restoring hundreds of such unfor
ui nates tnliealtlibtreiigtliandhapplness.
Dr. Walker may be consumed free of
charge, ptrsoiully or by letter. Ills well
known sanitarium, at 1-111 Pennsylvania
acuue, adjoining Wllkird's Hotel, 'scjien
ally for consultation and treatment. Of
fice liours, IX) a .ni. to 5 p. m ; W'dnKday
and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8; Huudajs,
10 to 12.
Charges for treatment very low.
All intcniews and corrcsjwniknee sa-
rcdiy confidential. No cases nude ji.blic
without consent of patients.
OUTFITTERS, 5 j Washlntton M.is. Kxcians.
v K r- -rt. .i h v I.? l ' Notice TLo reanl II1 adjourn over Sate
.V K. Lor. til antl H Ms. .V U- Kj i darduilueirpte-nb-r
X. I. Cor. 7th anil H Sb. N. Vv7.
KECOKD 01' TH15 COOTS.
Circuit Court. No. I, .lutllce Bradley
Cabell v. D. C: jiuif-nicul iu certiorari
Reynolds u lnrmle; order revoking
(omininsiou of Charles A llatimioiai
Weuer s. "Iayior; guurnisl ee; moiiou
Jor new tilal oTcrnilcsl Wajcott i,
Piimplirey, executor; Judgment .ipila-l
a-'i-ts in hands of executor. Reld vs.
Dewe-; motion for new trial overruled
mid Judgment for the defendant. Key
Brothers .V Co. h. Chase; do. Tenistaii
is. Oeorgetuwu aid Tonea lis tow n K. R.
Co ; do. antl continued.
Circuit Court, No. 2, Chief Jutlre
Bingham FiUeld 1S..I). C; Judgment hi
certiorari. Dahicll vs. Washington and
Oeorgi lowh R. R .Co.; bill or exceptions
-igiicst, sealed ntd flleij
i'roluite Court Proceedings in eftates
lime bii recorded, as follows Charles
A Jolin-ou; AnutuLi Unlcrts ai)oiiited
as guardian. I;aid J. Ormi-by:exiiiipii-ried
copy or will filed. Jann-s T. Alan,
guardian; petition of ward riled and clla
li'jn Issued I'eler .McNuiMni; George
E Jolii-sfiii appointed ndnili.ulratnr Isind,
SIO 0r,0 Michael O-0 in nr: will Ilea.
Hugh Murray; flan rccc.pt c r cIMrlb.tk'eii
1 ii4.d .Mai.) a. ,(rniii'. will luily
proved Mar Caspar; will i-nrll-proei:.
Jolm B. WllHierger; will admitted to
prolate and letters teiiamnit.-iry (.ranfd
to William B Webb, bond 5".,tO0.
Equity Court. No. 1. JuMlces Unidlej
and t'os; and Chief Justice Illngliam
Draper vs. Warren: am'-mted instructions
to receivers granted Agnew s Oil
son; demurrer of delendant Engel ocr
ruled. fmith v. lunili; rule on reeeher
returnable Oetoler 5 granted Van
Rlswick g. Cruighlll; rin.il decree grant
ing iiijum lion. In matter of .lan.es
Hauke, alleged lunatic: Lniuia Hauke
Eugel npiunuli'd csimtmttee. Carpenter
vs. American Una Company; II. W. Mihon
apiMintcd receiver. CallHitv. Uniwnell:
time to take testimony extended to 130
dajs. Hood vs. Fry; John E. Lane al
lowed to intervene. Shamwell v. Car
ter;lnjui.ctloii pti'dlngsult granted. Camp
liell v. Emiek; motion to vacate order of
f-eptpmljor 27, overruled. Draumau v.
Dr.iuneui: sale finally ratified aud cause
referred to auditor.
vNkiiit? for n New Trus-tec
brought cult against Joseph R. Hertr.inl ami
John T. Knott, truetees, aking for a new
truttee in place of the former, who Is ,i non
resident, and that tbe two trustors be then
authorized to releace tLree-fifths of the
Interest Iu lots 33 and 34, Meridian Hill, to
A BOLD ASSERTION.
Ever since Prof. Koch startled the world
by promising to cure consumption with the
Koch lymph and Iiis complete failure to do
so, the people have been looking for some
discovery which would prove an absolute,
certain cure for that dread disease. Over a
quarter of a century ago Dr. R. V. Pierce,
chief consulting physician to the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, put iu a claim
for a medicine, which he had discovered
and used, in his extensive practice, that
would cut ninety-eight per cent, ofall cases
of consumption when taken in all its early
stages. Tune has proved that his assertion
was based on facts gained from experience.
His "Golden Medical Discov ery " has cured
many thousand people in all parts of the
world, and Dr. Pierce invites all interested
to send to him fora free book which gives
the names, addresses and photographs of
many prominent people who hav c vv illingly
testified to the marvelous curative- proper
ties of his "Golden Medical Discovery."
He has also written a Book of 160 pages on
treats of all Throat, Bronchial and I.unf
diseases, also Asthma and Catanh, that will
be mailed bythe World's Dispensary Med
ical Association of Buffalo, N. Y., on receipt
vi sue c:ciiu in siauips, 10 pay postage.
Consumption, as most everybody knows,
is first manifested by feeble vitality, loss
of strength, emaciation ; .then local symp
toms soon develop, as couch, difficult
breathing, or bleeding from lungs, when
investigation proves that tubercular de
posits nave lormed in the lungs. It is
earnestly advised that the "Discovery" be
taken early and the latter stages of the
disease can thereby be easily avoided.
To build up solid jlesh and strength after
the grip, pneumonia, ("lung; fever"), ex
hausting fevers, and other prostrating dis.
eases, it has no equal. It does not make
fat like cod liver oil and its nasty com.
pounds, but, solid, uholesmne flesh.
becauso they wear they don't
get shabby after a rconth or
two they wear for years
You needn't ba afraid of
having them taken np and
beaten. They won't fall to
Wc have many choice de
. Carpi ts. Wall Paper, Window Saadaj,
524 Thirteenth St N. W.
Cloak and bult
The jacket season is at hand.
To start the ball rolling- wc have
selected this extremely attractive
one to make a special cut on. It
is in the height of style in Bea
ver, Boucle, and Cheviots ripple
back mandoline sleeves. The
regular price is $8. For Tues
dav's bargain feast, we have re
duced it to
734-736 7th Street NW.
t 1 A C? f I C Bv Stoam Driller
ll r 11. J Wcu done quick
' rr-I I ! - l clipaoiy.
VoTICE-TLo Tcai-il nill aitiourn over Satur
day out luc - cirfeii u
Wash, n-s 0 ul j'. IilKei I'lro Ins : 100 atTJ
FcojiI& KireIua:aJatO 1 neu. Oun Car:
100 at y-c
-lOVEBMilATSOHai. mi AsV-1
j US- 4s. It IHW llej
I 4 V 1 li".
.1 1.46 13.TV 121
l..s. i' .. l'JJI 115)4
TSTlt:CT Of rOLL'MBIA BONDS.
flvlJJ "JU-ye-ir Hinduis' r, 131
faiouj-aj-ri-irr undine COM.. ItJJi
tslikil "Water siocr currency..., 110
'. 2Vtl"UaterMoci curroucr. ..lis
id VUl "Kundlni: curroiicy,,...
l.-'s lies, i-ltrs. lsi-ai.. ..' .
UlfCEU-lNEOCS EOMr! I 1
W .cOltltConv fsiat, !-....
W A (. It K Cenr 0 921. IJJZ-iX..
MctRRCoiir , ltfji ,
I'elt It KS 1021 - ,
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Crluinb 1 It Rba, 111! .,
v ns"! l.aa o. sir A, s'a, l'Jifc-'J?..
VV asn (,a Co. ter u.oa, iumvjsi.... Ill
as-i(.asC'oCoav:., l'.'Jl ',...'.. .. Mi
Cbesap-n'lo A TolomacTtjl ,S's....
Amt-rct-cv; irudtm rioi.......
An.or&ro a 1 rust 3 ts 1W3 .. .:....
Vtasa "cruet eo 1st b's. lb.:3n
fliOO retired annually
VVnsit JUnrkeoIinjiOs, laiJ-Vr.. .
v an J.ark to hit n "s, 19W-'.7 .
insot.U. liall AssniV.C, VSJb
V7asli 1 1 Jutnutry li i s. 1'V
iaehi.L lnlantryrtt T a, Jsi
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I ante! Maslili.stou...-'..i:"?.:t.
bank of ltie tills-.. ...,.,..., ......
rartuera unU Mechanics'.. .......
f West ihd..
fAVK uuvsir JISO ikust cos.
2iat. ale llcioslt aud TniM
Washington .utau and 'trust......
American security and inist.....
VV asll'iiclou satu Uejiosit.........
Washlnctun and Oeorgoton
cklnctuiL.. ... IS
Cicorfieiown and ienallrtown
UAS AM) ti.ta uonTsrjcx.
VV'ashtueioa Cas... 49 soj
Geoittown Oos. .- 5J ......
L. a. ElectrL- Ucat "IMJj 133
1-rauklin. .., ............ 4U ... .
Corcoran 55 ......
1 oloiuac.... ........... ........... L7U .
Arllncton -. IU
German .raencan Z&i
atiouiI Llilou.... 10
TITLE INSCRASCE STOCKS.
Real tslate Tltlov 1 107
District 'iitlo. 8
Cbesapealte and I'otomaii....
American Orai,Uopboue .....
Pneumatic Ouu Carriage......
Oreat talU Jce
Bull Run I'anorAma
iNor. & Wash, .steamboat ,
Wash, brick Co.... ,.,. ...
Ivy City lirlck.
Morgautbaler Haotypo. 'iu:
FINANCIAL AND COirUl.nCIAL.
New York Stock Marker.
Furnkhed by Frank WlUon Lrown, broker,
1335 F street.
On niah lsiw- Clnsn
Americansiucar :os' 10S 107H 10715
9SJ1 OT '
American Cotton Oik...
Atrblwn. Top.. JSSL p .
Cbesanrace Ohio .... .
cac ,tSt. L
Chicago and" ortUwc5t.
C Jl. JsSt Paid.
tChlcaeo. It. I. & Paclllo.
Delaware and Iludaon..
Den. and 1C Grande pfd.
Distiller Cattle Food...
101V,, 1C4J4 i03)i 1C4-;
, m-i ti C8 6855
70J4, 78 75 76
7 'nn Wg 78g
KU W4 53 61
Cilf t 23l -ajf WLj
Oeneralrlectric ss- ? si U
Illinois Ceutrul 1"0JS lCBi 1001$ lOO)?
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LAAP SUUIO.,., M A.JV W UMJ JJU
Erie 13 13 12'4 127A
i.oulavlllD and NashrllleL. f31WS?l 62Ji rav.
hone Island Traction
SJW 20 SO
100 IOOV4 1001 10011
110U 310V ICOii 110
3TJ, gZt S6i SIX
35 S3 35 Zi
fpi 92M 9254- J2?j
16 16 16 16
113 113 113 113
101 hUfs 101t 10I'
Wi li 1K4J 18
1S1 ISJi ISig I85J
Sl 31), 31 31j
22 Si 21 21"
173?s' 1735g ITS?,- 17S3
S9l Z'Ji 39 39
National Lead, p'fd
IN. Y. Central.
Northern Faclflc pld
Thlla. and Kaadlne
Pullman PaL Car Co
TenaesseaCoal & iron. .
Wheeling and L E
Wheeling and L. E. pfd..
Western Union Tel. ....
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May sound like rather a bold assertion for us to make, but
anyone, no matter how skeptical, after an inspection of
our stock and prices will be forceif to acknowledge, al
though half price
IS A BIG WORD,
That wc do as we advertise in selling actual Merchant
Tailor-made garments for just one-half their original
measured price. For variety, either in design -or cut, it
wouhl be simply impossible for j-ou to find a better assort
ment. Ifyouwanta Suit or pair of Trousers, no matter
how hard j-ou are to please, come to us. If you will
come to us, wc think wc cannot only please j-our C3-e and
pockctbook, but also give you a perfect fit, as we have
three experienced tailors constantly fn our employ to make
all neccssarj' alterations to improve fit.
WE DO IT.
What do you ask? Why, we give a written guarantee
with c-cry article we sell, and also keep all garments
bought of us in repair free of charge for one year. Read
the appended price list for to-day, Tuesday:
S20 Custcm-made Suits for SS.OO
S25 Custom-made Suits for $10.00
530 Custom-made Suits for S12.50
$35 Custom-made Su'ts for S15.00
S40 Custom-made Suits for S1S.OO
Pants from S2.SO to S6 originally
made for 56 to S.I 2.
Merchant Tailors Misfit
407 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
Grand Fall Opening
New York Ave., bet. 13th and 14th Sts.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2.
"j$&$0' - tesp -j
THIS SOLID OVK. roiIiIIEI) FISISBED CII.U1BER SUTE, ban Is melr carved, JliM
boreled l-rpii'-h mirror la drcsier. 2 large and 2 smalt drawers, 2 drairotln waehstand. all
mounted with LeTy brass handles, liesular price, $25.00. Opening days prico at TUB IllMi,
11773. CASH OiE tUEDIl.
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iirnifiiro9nil Parnsf Pn
rill illlUI oallU bdipijl uu
m'Sy&&'WW&rmrWi,STr ''rr-w ww -wsst
IMarket Basket, Yz doz. Cups and Saucers,
Jdz Plates, i Platter, i Vegetable Dish, i Pitcher 880
m 'ltecular price, 1 30.
Large willow Clothes Baskets 33C
Regular price, 59c.
Japanned Bread Boxes J)C
Regular pi Ice, 23c
Decorated Dinner Sets, 112 pieces, 2 colors..$5.64
Regular price, $3.43.
Large Decorated China Water Pitchers,
with gold lines 5c
Regular price, 9a
Fire-proof Japanese Teapots Qfj
Regular price, 19a
Decorated ChaniberSets,with Jar; gold lines;
six decorations; greatest -value ever offered....$3 07
Regular price, SSOfl.
8-lb. Japanned Flour or Sugar Boxes 5c
48c Granite Iron Teapots 22C
Decorated Austrian China Dinner Sets,
very fine; 102 pieces $13.65
Rogular price, (20. OX
6 each Silver-plated Tea Spoons, Table Spoons
and Forks to match 47C
Regular price, SL50.
Decorated China Jardinieres, seven styles 37C
Regular price, ,5c.
Extra large fire-proof Earthen Cooking Crocks Jq
Regular price, 19a
Whisk Brooms - 5c
Best Quality Razors 25C
Regular price, 98a
14-quart Water Buckets Qr
$ Universal Housefurnishing Store, $
Chicago Board of Tra Jo.
C B A SV -8A
St. N. W. i
Baltimore, Sept. 30. Flour strong west
ern super, 2.25a2.C5; do. extra. 2 65a2.90;
do. family. 3.15a3. 10; winter wheat patent,
3.45a3.70; spring do., 3 G0a3.90; spring
-wheat straight, 3.45a3.65 receipts, 11,
961 barrels: shipments, 1,431 barrels; sales,
1,200 barrels. Wheat unsettled and higher
spot, month aDil October66 3-4aG7tJ)e-cember,
68 3-4a60; steamer No. 2 red,
63 3 4a64 receipts. 0,082 bushels: stock,
013.944 bushels; sales, 23J.000 bushels;
southern -wheat by sample, 67a6S;do. on
grade. 64 l-2aG7 1-2 Corn dull spot.
39 3-4a40; month, 39 3-4a40; October. 39
asked: year, 34 1-4 asked; January, 34
asked receipts. 32.20T bushels: shipments,
43,307 bushels: stock. 71U896 bushels: sales,
31,000 bushels; southern -white corn, 39;
do. yellow. -Ila42. Oatsflrnier.withactlve
mand No. 2 white western. 27 l-2a28;
BTATESIENT of Ihe rojidlllori i.r tha
CAl'ITAL MATURITY INVESTlIiT
CO., June 30, 189D-
Capltal block iatd In $1,800.00
Assets .. ,. .. 6-1U.7H
ReccipU Tor six months 743 11
Disbursement for sit months.... 761 11
We, RcnJ. M. Beall and Kamucl iiower
buttd. do swear that this statement Is
true to th besc of our knowledge and be
lief. HILVJ.M.IIRALUM.I) .1'resldeiit.
SAMUEL, BOWERRUXTS, Secretary.
Huhscrlbcil and sworn to liefnri me- this
2l)lh 1l.1v or Kcptcmtier, 1&05
ItlClIAUI) J. IEA LL, Jr .XoUHTl'ublle.
tJTATEMh.ST of the HIIELITY AXD
CAbUALTY COMFAKY of Xew York.
Jure uinti. lfeUS.
Cash capital paid in $2:0,1100 00
Tolalntceis 2,343,51 11(1
Total liabilities, except capi
tal 1,29,339 01
Kivldends paid within eix
iiionlhs 20,000 00
Tolalincomelastslxmonths.. 1 ,2 1 0,233 74
Total i-sm-ndlture last six
mouths (including losses
liald) 1,154,870 25
Surplus lieyoed capiial and
olh. r iMhiiities. .. . 214.4rI IS
Slaieof.Vew Yort.csiuntyof New York, ss:
Personally appeared before roe, tno
being duly twoni deiiobes and favs, that ho
urdersU'iicd. ROUERT J HIlXAS, who
Is the secretary of the Fidtlltv and Casnolty
Company of New York, and that the fore
going statement Is correct anil true to tho
best of his krowledgc and belief
Sworn and tulj-cxll-cd to lsfore me, this
28th day of Beptcmix-r. 18DS
E A. KAJJEXER.
Xotary Fulillc, New Yorkcounty.N Y.
CI.IXT. Y. I1ENO,
DNtrlel Jfumigi-r. II 5 Mill it. nvv.
MONEY WASTED ASU TO LOAX.
MONEY TO LOAN..
TO LOAN ON RCAL.
(ulck and prompt loans made on good se
curity Interest only & per cent, on sums to
suit; eTcn less on large amounts. V 0 lead la
T. O. ANDERSON & CO.,
Real Estate aLd Iiusiiw F.tchacce.
SOT Gf stirw
WE nave the following nm'unts to loan
011 approved real estate hi the District:
$3,000, !s5,iltin. $0,000. SlO.OOO.atlowest
rates ot interest; no delay. IIERROX &
XIXOX. 1304 F st. nw.
ft. tc. ptn.Torrs 1-n.m orrtco. 1218
Fn aTe nw. l;siblWicd In 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc .Special bargains In
watrhes. Jewelry and silverware au20 6fti
MONEY 10 loan on honrts, stocks, trusts,
loan association rertiricates. and olQ
lice lire Insurance policies; no delay
40 to 4Ul!tzernttHKls
MOXEY TO LO A.N In lanrc sum?.
or as low-as ?i.uu, ae o aiici u per
I) C. real estate: also S2.VI. $500,
c at 1 per ccnL WM II SACX-
DERS A CO.,
MONEY TO liOA-PT All ciwcs ot
real estate loans niade with nromptresi
hi curent rati THE IICLACIIEEX REAL.
ESTATE AXD LOAN COMl'AXY, cor
i.er Kith ami G streets nw ni9 tf
WA.NTED Theloanor $8,000 onfirst
ciass lnsiuu property; no agents. 703
lDlh at. sel2 tf
MONEY to loan ot 5 ana 6 per cent.
on District or Columbia realt ;no delay
If securlt v is satisfactory. .
WALTER U ACKER. 704 14th nr. -1731
MONEY to loan on real estate In the
District, at lowest rates ot interest.
Xo delay HER BOX XIXOX, 13q F su
a. w. te4-lmo
ITATIOS CORNER OK ufXTK AX3 B
In Effect ont.9 . 1 805.
IO 30 A. Ml FEXXSYI.VAXIA LIM
ITfcD. -I'ulliiuii fcleepins. Dlninc. fcuiok
lns. and Olwervatlon Cars Ilarrlslurp to
Chicago. Clpcinnatl, Indiana polls. St
Louis. Cleveland, and Toledo lijffet
Parlor Car to llarrisburs
10 30 A M- FAST LIXE. Pullman
IJufiet Parlor Car to HarrUburji P.irloa
and Dinnu: Cars. Harkbunr to Pitts
bunr 3 40F M:- CniCAGOAXDST.LOUia
E.Xl'RE&s Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrlsbunr Sleeping and Diulnir
Cars. Hamburg to St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Louisville, and Chlcaao.
V IO V. Itt. WESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman blecplic Car to Chlcaco. and
Ilarrlsburz to Cleveland Dlnlnc Car to
T XO P JVT SOUTHWESTERN EX
PitLSb Pullman Sleepln? and Dlnlnc
Cars to St Louis, and Sleeping Car,.
Uarrishun; to CinclnnatL
10.40 P. M.--PACIFIO EXPRES3
Puilniau blccpinir car to Flttc burg
T,50 A.. 3C. for Kane. Cncandalsua,
ltocbester. aud Niagara Falls daily, ex
1 0.30 .A.. 31. forElniira and Rcnnvo,
daily, except Sunday. For Wilhama
uori dally. 3 40 p m.
TVIO T. M. for Willianispnrt. Roches
ter, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls daily,
cscent Saturday. with Rleeplnccar Wasa-i
incton to Suspension Bridge via Bufiolo.j
1 0.4.0 F. ar. for Erie. Canaudais la.
Rochester. Butralo. and Niacara Fallst
daily, blecpluc car Waihlngton to Elnnra. :
For l'lillade-lulila. Now lurk utid tha
4.00 !, M. "CONGRES3IONALLIM
1TLD' All Tarlor Cars, with Dlmiij;
Car from Baltimore, for New Yore
daily, ror Philadelphia week-dV6 Regu-j
lor at 7 05 (Dining Carl. 7 20. 00.)
10 00. (Dmiuc Can. and 11 UO (Dining)
Carl a m .12 188.8.131.52.20,6.40, 10 do,!
and 11 33 p. m. On Sunday. V.ORt
(Dining Can. 7 20. ft 00. 11 00 (l)imne'
Can a m .2 15, 3.15, 4.20, G.40, 10.00.
and 1 1 35 p m. For Philadelphia 1 nly.
Tast Express 7 50 a m. week-days. Ex
press 2 01 and.5.40 D. m. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m.
weck-dajs. and 3.15 c. m. dally.
For Baltimore. 6.25. 7.05. 7.20. 7.50. ft 00.
10.0O. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. nx.
12.15. 2.01. 3.1S. 2il0 (4 00 Limited).
4.2K. 4.3R. 5.40, 6.05, b.40, 7.10.10 00.
ln.40, 11.15 and 11.35 p. ni. On Sun
day, ..05, 7.20. 9.00. S 05, 10.30. 11.00
a.m., 12.15. 1.15,2.01.3 15. 3.4014 00
Limited). 1.20. 5.40. 6 05. 6.40, 7.10.
io.ou. 10.40 aua 11.3 n. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.ro a. m.and 4.30
p m. daily, ex cent Sunday.
For Annapolis 7.20, 9.00 a. m.. 12.15 and'
4.20 p. m. (.ally, ex cent Sunday. Sun
days. 9.00 a. in. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich-t
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa. 4.30
a. ra.. 3.30 p. ra. daily. Richmond, and.
Atlanta. 8.40 p. ni. dally. KlchmoodJ
only. 10.57 a, ra. week-days.
Accommodation for Quantlco. 7.45 a. m.
daily, and 4 25 p. m. week days.
For Alexandria. 4 30. 6.35, 7.45. 8.40.
9 45. 10 57." 11 50 a. ni : 12.E0. 1.40.
3 20. 4.23. 5 CO. 6.37. 6.15, 8 02j
10 10. and 11.39 p. ni. On Sunday us.
4.30. 7.45, St 45 a. m.; 2.45, b.ls.
8.02, and 10.10 n ni.
Leave Alexandria- for WnWngton, C OS.
0.4J. 7.05. 8 tO. 0.1O. 10.15, 10.2S.
a. ru.; 100, 2.15, 3 00, 3 23, 5.00.
5 30. 13. 7 CO. 7 20. 9.10. 10.52.
nndll.08n.ru. On Sunday at 0.43, 9. 10.
10 28 a. ni : 2.15. 5.30. T.OU. 7.20.
9.10. aud 10 52 p. nj.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of Thlr-.
tccnib street and Pennsylvania avenue,
aud at the stctloh. Sixth and B streets,)
where orders can le left for the checking
of baggage to destination from hotels ana
Xo. 2 mixed, 24 1-2 receipts. 17,585
bushels: shipments, 450 bushels: stock. 63,
782bushels. Ryefirm Xo.2,44a45i'e.irhy;
48 western receipts. 1.55G bushels: stock.
59.888 linshels. Ilayflnn choice timothy.
$15.00a$I5 50. Gralurrclghtsdull steam,
to Liverpool per bushel. 1 3-ld. October.
Cork for orders per quarter, 3s. October
Sugar strong granulated. 4 77 per 1(10
pounds. Butter steady fancy creamery,
22.i23: do. imitation, 15al7: do. ladle,
1 l;good ladle, 12al3;store packed. ioal2.
Eggs stead fresh, 15: cold storage, 14.
Cheese firm fancy New York. 60 pounds,
9a9 1-2: do. 35 pounds, 9 l-2a9 3-4; do.
22 pounds, lOalO 1-4.
An exemplified copy of the will or tb
late David G. Ormsby, of Milwaukee, Wis.,
was filed for probato yesterday. The will
was dated May 20, 1892, Proyisi-i'inl on
the death of n daughter, 100 shar-s ! Mock
in Jareckl Manufacturing Com pauy. of Erie.
Pa., go to Lawrence University, American
University and the northwest branch of tha
Women's Foreign Missionary Society
MicIiiieP O'.Conuor's Will.
Michael O'Connor's will was filed f
probate yesterday nflcrnoon. It is dated
August 9, 1S90, and appoints Margaret
Calvin, a tister. executrix. A life interest
in the real estate Is given her and at her
death the property is to go lo the grand
children of tbe deceased.
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