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THE lOEXIXG TIDIES, "WlJilJrESD AT, OCTOBER 2, 1895.
Wash. U. Williams"
in a great Furniture
Store like this busier
every da. This mag
nificent stock of
is acting like a pow
erful magnet on those
who have Furniture
.wants to fill:V" "
Are 5'6u - one" of
Wash. B. Wiliams,
7h and D Streets.
BROADWAY AND rOKTV-l'IKSr ST..
NEW YORK CITY
A SloJcrn Fire-Proof Hotel cont aining 30,1
rooms, SOU with tatli and toilet attached
Good rooms 51.50; Large Uooins. 52.nn J
-with prhatc bath, J.J.50 and upnard per
HnSTAl'UAVT. CI'lSINC AXI
la closo proximity lo tho principal theaters
and tbo shopping district.
The minutes frjra Grand Central and
West Shore Depots.
LOUIS 1. TODD, J. II. FIFE,
The Produce Exchange
Provisions, Grain. Stocks, Bonds and
Cotton bought and sold for cash or on
margin. Direct wires ew ork and
Chicago, leiejmoue ro sw.
30 SIXTH STREET N. W.,
Opn. Center Market.
T1IE HARDEST 1UB IlEST.
MADEOi PURE SWUNG WATER.
IcUphoncill Office Hal' sen. w
Medical Expert and Specialist,
602 F STREET N. W.
eliseases. KWNEYnnd IiLAIIDERdiseases,
VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, BTRIC
PRIVATE diseases quickly and perma
nently cured. Vltnlity rceton.il. Consul
tation free Hours, 9 to 12 a m, 2 to 5
p. m.; Tuerday, Thursday and Saturday
nights, 7 to 8. Sundays, 4 to 6.
The paper on which The Wash
ington Times is printed is made
C.S. FAULKNER. Sole Agent,
Times Building. New York City.
By Steam Driller.
Work done quick
ly, cleanly and
W. E. DnWITT,
308Tenth St. nw.
WILKINS &. COMPANY,
Fquare Marble and Glass Stands,Center Market
Boxes for Rent
- Why not avoid the dancers In-
- chlent to keeping securities, im-
- portant papers and valuables about
- the house, liy renting one of our
- safe deposit, boxes within our fire
- and burglar-proof vaults? The
- rental for buses Is from S3 to $30
- per year, .according to size and lo-
- cation, and are readily accessible
- ilaliy during business hours and
- only to renters.
-JOHN JOY EDSON. . . .President
- JOHN A. BWOPE . . .Vice President
- U.8.CUMMINGB. ..2dYicePresident
- JOHN R. CARMODY . . .Treasurer
-ANDREW PARKER . . .Secretary
Loan & Trust Co
COR. 9TH AND F STS. N. W.
and olbcrB whose occupations prevent
tlicm from making deposits during
regular banking hours will find It con
venient to visit the
Mm Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W.
which is open EVERY SATURDAY
NIGHT between the hoursof 0 and8.
(Four per cent, interest on savings
More 6 Per Cent Notes.
Again wo hare a limited amount
of 6 per cent first trust notes on
choice real estate Since It Is not
posslblsto always supply the de-
a raand tor these notes an early call
0 Is advisable.
A American Security &. Trust Co,
T C. J. Bell, Pros. H05 G Street.
tinulng the Injunction granted In the case
or Henrietta Beach against Frank L.
Beach, rrom whom shcwasrecentlydivorced,
pntll the suit is finally determined. The In
lunctlon. Is to prevent the defendant from
liKPoMns ot certain property by deed of I
ASSAULTED A POLiCEMJH
DaWs, Earley and Hurley Held for
the Grand Jury.
VERMILLION THEIR VICTIM
They Totlflcd Tlmt thc-Offlcer Shot
Di'inp-ey After tlio Latter Had
Wnll.tsl A way From llliu Attornoy
I.lli-i'inill) Culled t Tie Shoot tui; Will
ful Slurdern nil Wanted An eM Made.
The prtlinilnary hearing in the case or
Norm Davis, .f,mi"s Earley and John
Hurley, the men charged with assaulting
Policeman William Vermilion, uf the Ninth
precinct, on tl.e "2d of September, when
one of the crerael, was held tn-rore Judge
.Milleriiitliepollce court yeslerdayiifternoon.
ilcs'H .A. A. Lipscomb. Joi-eph Shilling
ton and ex CoiigressiiiiiiTtiriiprrcprrsente-d
Iho three defendants, and Prosecuting At
torney .Mullowneyconduc ted the ease for the
government. At the conclusion of tho
hcari.!i,r Judge 5IillcrK.ild that Ihcniattcrwas
one wide h Khoulil be tlifimugltly Investigated
by the grand Jury and he held all three de
fendants l await the action of thathocly
in $300 each. Davis furnished surctyand
tho others -were committed.
The case has excited the most Intense
Interest in tho neighborhood in which tint
young men resided, as wellasaiiiniigcitlz,-ns
generally, and the courtroom was filled
The officer who fired the fatal shot Rat
next to 5Ir. 5Iullowney, and tho three de
fendants were arrajed with their counsel
Mr. Turner opened for thedefense, staling
that lie desired to Kill the court's attention
to the gravity of the case, and the careful
consideration It merited.
CALLED IT 5IURDER.
He termed the shooting of Dempsey as a
downright murder of an innocent man by a
drunken, policeman and-allcgcil that Ver
million had changed the ciiarge against his
clients three times already, In his effort to
find some grounds on which to send them
lo the penitentiary.
Mr. 5Iullowncy replied on behalf of the
government, and said that the only murder
in the ease was the attempt to murder
the officer In discharge ot his duty.
Vermillion was then put on the stanel.
His statement was practically the same as
that made by him before the coroner's
Jury, when he was exonerated.
In the cross examination, however, the
attorneys for the defense endeavored to
mnke him admit that he was drunk and
boisterous at Kernan's during the after
noon preceding the shooting and wasfinally
ordered from the house. The defendant
admitted that he had becu off all that
afternoon and sjient part of It at the
theater, but denied having taken more
than one glass ot beer.
The clothing worn by Vermillion on the
morning of the shooting, -which, wns torn
and cut In the hc-affle, was then pat in evi
dence by the government. The Milrt, trou
ers, and underclothes, had keveral large
rents In them.
While Mr. I.lncomb was examining the
policeman's undergarment he suddenly In
terrupted "the proceedings of the court anil
eagerlyannoaneed a discovery liehad made.
He said that the cut in the trousers was
iu the left leg, while that in the drawers
was in the right leg.' He held up the gar
ment to back his fclalcment.
CAUSED A LAUGH.
"It's Just as I thought, jour honor," bald
the lawjer. "I -wouldn't lielicve any of
these men under oath. Vermillion, you
made a bungling job ont of It this time."
and upon examining it lound that it was
turned wrong fide out He turned it
straight and when the merriment sub
sided the case went on.
Thomas llrown and Andrew Fmilh, col
ored, were then examined, and testified
lo jawing l he place before the shooting oc
curred and feeing the three defendants
and liemp'cy there. Witncws claimed
that the prisoners threw Mones at them
and curted them,
Policemen Gordon and Dalrmp!eand5Ir.
Charles Viher -were the nexi witnesses
and testlflcii practically as they did before
the coroi.cr'8 Jury They heard the ehot
and distress calls, and w hen they reached
the tcene, as they did within a few minutes
or each other, found IK.im.iscy dead and Hie
others standing around.
Davis, Hurley and Early testified that
Dempsey was lying on the ground when the
policeman came up and stnicl: him on the
sole of bis foot with his club Dcuupsey
then sprang up and the two clinched.
Vermillion called Davis and Hurley,
who w ere walking away, to assist him, and
they went back and pulled Dempsey orf.
He walked away sldewajs, looking back
at the officer, and the latter suddenly
drew his revolver from his pocket and
6hot him. All three witnesses denied
having attempted to Injure the officer.
51 r. Lipscomb then made an impassioned
address, declares that the shooting of
Demp-ey by Vermillion was n willful mur
der, and one that he did not propose to
allow the friends of the nollcvnian to
DECLARED IT WAS MURDER.
He agreed with the court that the cases
against the three j-oung men should be
Imestigated by the graud Jury, and he
also thought that liody should carefully
sift the circumstances connected with
the shooting of Dempsey.
To that cud he asked the court "to
direct the clerk to Isue a warrant which
would be sworn to by each of the three
dcfendcnls, ihnrging Vermillion wlili
murder, and let the case go at once before
the grand Jury.
Judge 51Iller said that Mr. Lipscomb
could obtain a warrant for murder if he
wished to do so, but he was well aware
of the course of procedure in such cases.
It he could make a sufficient showing to
the District Attorney the warrant would
be ordered issued.
In concluding. Judge 5IIHcr said that
he did not wish to even intimate any ruoro
in the case than was absolutely neces
sary, but a man had been tilled. What
ever his offense, he paid a terrible penalty
Whether the three men on trial were im
plicated in the affair or not, was a imes
tlon that should be gone into very
carefully, for the sake of the officer,
for the sake of the men themselves, and
for tho sake ot Justice.
He, therefore, ordered that they be held
to nwait the action ot lUe grand Jury in
Eddie n ml Walter's Tlcnlo.
Quite a commotion was caused In Lo
Droit Park yesterday afternoon by the
disappearance ot Eddie, the four-year-old
child or Airs. N. D. Blgelow and grand
child or Mr. R. L. Clear, and Waller, the
four-5 rar-old child or 5lr. and 5Ir.s. Parker,
lwth ol Harewood avenue. Le Droit Park.
Tile youngsters lert their homes about 11
a. m. and wandered off, no one knew
where or in which direction. A couple of
hours later the anxious pa rents and friends
started on n searching tour, and all tho
police stations In the city were notified
lo be on the lookout Tor tho missing tots.
5Ir. Clear started out In his carriage, and
after driving all over the surrounding
country finally round the two lxis walk
ing In toward the park almost blue with
cold and thoroughly hungry.
At a ruceUiig of the Enterprise Cycle
Company, lost night, after a roost.flat
tcrlug statement- ot the business of the
past eight mouths had been submitted
by the manager, Mr. Woerrcr, it was de
cided to introduce a new feature, -which
will tend to further popularize this al
ready popular house. They propose to
sell any blcjcle 'n their Uric, including
the well-known Syracuse, ror a uniform
rate of $10 cash and $10 per mouth.
instead ot $25 cash, as heretofore. This
system has long been in vogue among
tho larger piano houses, and this enter
prising company haB determined to make
it as easy to buy a tilcjieas a piano
HUMANE SOCIETY OBJECTS
It Would Bitterly Oppose the Es
tablishment of a Whipping Post,
WMnlilngton IU-ftiM.il to Buck l'resl-
dent Oeury When Ho Indorsed
the Project lnXew York.
Tho recommendation of two tlilrds or the
grand Jurors or the last panel on Slomlay
that a whipping post be sulislltutcd ror
imprisonment ror persons convicted or pel it
larceny and wife beating, aroused no Utile
discussion among lawyers and clll7cns gen
Boiuo regarded the matlerasa Joke.somo
tooklt seriously, and theoxprcsslon of views
cither for or against the iuuotdtlon was
about equally divided.
When Tl.cl Times reporter questioned sev
eral of thc'jmtlcca of the city hall courts
to whom the grand Jury made its recom
mendation directly, inch laid It was not
In his province to discuss the matter, and
declined to express any View on the sub
ject. When Judge Hradley received Hie return
of the grand Jurors 5Inmlay lie said he
doubted not but the tuggestloii was a good
one and he could it dorse It. Hut it was
not a matter Tor the Judges, he said, and
the Jurors might carry it to Coigrcs.
The Humane Hocleiy of the DMriet of
Columbia is antagonistic lo any prnimM
tlon looking to the c-iablishnieiit of a
whipping jnjst. No formal action has
been taken, but proUibly will be at the
next moutlily meeting of the society,
which will occur on the lirst Miimlay in
Oclolier When the whipping post prop
osition was receiving so much attention
in New York l he Humiuc Society orthat
tils- endorsed the plan.
Then President Geary, of that society.
Sought lo have this endorsement nppnived
by the various humane societies throughout
the country. The question came up at
the regular meeting of the Washington so
ciety In 51arch last. II stirred that body
deeply, nudultlmugh it was announced that
President Geary of New York, desired to
have his hands strengthened by the rormal
approval or his Washington brethreiir
the home society rcl"useel absolutely to act.
The Washingtouians denounced the plan
or punishment by whipping as barbarous,
cruel and iuefrective. tfpeeche-s were
made In which It wns urgcil that ir the
Washington society approved of the whip
plug jiost iu Xcw York it could not con
sislently object to its establishment here,
and to this it did seriously object.
1'ACIKIC MAIL'S HAD CASE.
In Court for Liability for tlio Great Co
New York, Oct. 1. In the United States
distric t court, before Juilge Addison llrown,
tn-d.iy. return was made to the process in
the priKTcellugs or the 1'aeific ilall Kteain
fthili Company to limit Hi liabilities on ae
cotmt or (he loss or the steamship Collina,
which foundered orrthe 5IeIcan coast on
the 2Tlh or May last, when 200 lives were
Appearances were entered ror (he rami
lies or several or the eli-ci-.tseil passengers,
as well as for loss or cargo and personal
The company asked ror a default of all
persons who hael notapiieareel to elate-, but
the court relused to enter an absolute de
limit. It being repre-scntcel lh.it no notice
or publication or this iirweciling had been
miiile in the California newspapers.
The court, thcrc-ron-, left the opportunity
open tor others ton ppcar wit hina reasonable
time. A number or claims which hail been
heard before United Htate-s Commissioner
Alexander were also pre-cntnl to the court
in behair or relatives fit dec-cased Jiasseu
gers on the ill-Ialcd vessel.
Counsel who bue already appcarnl In
the case proiiosc to contest the company's
that it waa privy to tho loss anil thus not
entitled to tho benerits of limitation.
HOAVGATE'S NEW ItOXD.
libs DiiiiKliter mid Two Gentlemen His
Cant. Henry V. Howgate gave a new
bond in the sum or S13,000 late yesterday
arte moon anil is again Tree, pending the
lspulllou or his case by the court or
appeals. The-bondsmcn were 51r. William
llnrn.-iil.iy, 11 r. John II. Murphy, and 51iss
Ida llnwgnle, the daughter.
The latter two were on the rormer bond,
with 5Ir. Walter F. Hewitt. Mr. Horna
elay is a wealthy saloon keeper of George
It was afternoon yestcrdav when the Jus
tices of the court eif appeaU handed down a
new rule governing the taking and giving
of Isiil, nod utielcr that rule p.isscil a
speilal oreler admitting Capt. Howgate to
Kill in the sum of $15,000. Counsel for
Howgate then busied themsehes to present
The special order required the boml to be
given before one of the justices of the
supreme court. At -3 o'clock Mr. Horna
elny met Sir. A. S. Worthlngtoii, one of
Howgate's Liwye-rs, at the District -attorney's,
office, imil 5Ir. llimey examined
the runner as to his property iiualificu
llous. A letter was addressed to Justice 5IorrIs
by 51r, Hlrney ami the part v, consisting of.
dipt. Howgate anil his daughter, 5Ir.
V.'orthlngton, the other two liondsmeii, and
5Ir. Robinson, Marshal Wilson's assistnnt,
repaired to the home or Justice Jlorris,
on Massachusetts avenue, where the Irond
1MIOIIAHLV SOUGHT IIAIUIOK.
Ynelit Onc-idti, With Cle eland and Lii
niont A board, Not .Sighted.
Grcenport. L. I., Oct. 1. Nothing was
seen in'this city this morning of the steam
catht Oneida, having on board President
Cleveland, Secretary Lamont and E. C.
The yacht is reiiorted to have left Gray
Gables late last night on a cruise along
be Long Island shore to rium Gut. The
latter place is a short distance from
A high gale has prevailed over the cast
-lid ot Long Island all the morning, and It
k thought that If 51 r. BcLediel's steam,
jatht came down the Sound she must
have made a harbor somewhere licfore
uathiug this neighborhood.
SENTENCED THE PHLSOXEnS.
Judse Cox Disposes ot Three Colored
Wad'e Hamllloti, Indicted for second of
fense of petit larceny, pleaded guilty to
the charge before Judge Cox yesterday
and was sentenced to two years at Albany.
William Washington and James Ander
son both pleaded guilty to larceny, and
-were each presented with a three-j-car
sentence at the same prison.
The plea ot not guilty was entered in the
Jame-s Drass and Chick Lee. assault
with Intent to commit rape; William Wil
klns, alias Wilson, false pretenses; Jas.
Gray, second offense petit larceny; Will
lam Gordon, assault with intent to till;
William Owens, housebreaking; Samuel
Douglas, larceny, and William Belt,
Her Huslnuid DchOrted ller.
Mary C. Mjhouey yesterday asked the
court for a divorce rrom her husband,
John E. Mahoncy. Willful desertion is
given as .the cause. The two were mar
ried Tebruary 28. 1888, and lived to
gether uutllNovcmbcr 1, 1891.
Suit to Collect a Hilt.
The Alfred Richards Hrick Company yes.
terday entered suit "against Prank J.
Nolle and eight other defendants for the
collection of a Judgment creditor's bill
' Costs Nothing.
We not only offer you tho beat
quality trail papers and carpets
at extremely low prices, hut its
place the trained Judgment of
scientific decorators at your dis
Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades,
524 Thirteenth St N. W.
THEY ARE rSYNONYMOOS
Dr. Walker Benefits Human
ity, Hence His Name is
on the Lips of All.
He May Be Consulted
Free of Charge.
IlciiiedlCM From III Own Lnlxiriitory.
Nearly All 111k Cured Patients
Are Cases Wherein Oilier
DoctorH lluo Failed.
What American who reads this can recall
the name of a man who rcrcd In the Cri
mean war." Yet all can name one nurse
who u-rvcel In that war. Florence Night
ingale is known. The generals are ror
jroltcn. The name of a true at.d skilled
phjsiclan becomes known by the work he
eloes. The name of Dr. Walker has Is
come a household word because of the
onderful works he lias wrought. We
present to-day a rew statements rrom
citizens eir integrity who have been cured
bj Dr. Walker.
In an interview ricumly 51c Thomas
eald: "I feel as If I tughl to tell (he
lieople what Dr. Walker has done for me.
For the last teven or eight jenrs I have
le-cn a constant surrerer rrom extreme
Dervou.ness, it being to bad at times that
It seriously iiitcrrcrcil with my re-guiar
duties. When I went to Dr. Walker
some time ago I was-surrering from ner
vous exhaustion and general debility, and
although I looked well 1 was fur rrom
feeling so. I bad trietl several or tho liest
physicians in this city without receiving
Iiermanent alii, and now that Dr Walker
lias-done so much ror me I heartily recom
mend him to all sufferers who have chronic,
troubles that have barflcdother physicians."
Tins statement is rrom Mr. II. E. Thomas,
of Engine House No. C, on Massachusetts
Mr. John Hall, or 027 L street north
east, a stralghtrorward gentleman, a
slate-roofer by trade, iu an intcrih-w a
few days ago, raid: "I have suffered for
rirtcen years with a terrible ulcer on my
left arm, extending from aliove the cllxiw
almost to my wrist.' My blood was Im
pure, ami I trie-el many eloctors and all
Hie patent remedies yiat I ever heard of.
The lione at the eilniw joint was almost
protruding and there ivas Imminent dan
ger of losing the useiif my arm entirely.
In tills condition I went to Dr. Walker
two weeks ago. NoVv, jifter two weeks'
treatment, my arm is almost well, my
blood Is 111 t,ood condition, mid my-health
is perfect. Hut for 7)r. Walker I might
have tteen a helpless; cripple or hae lost
Another thingorgrc.il importance tomost
sufrercrs Is the fact that Dr. Walker can
be consultcil rree or 1-liarge. He necr
under any c ircunistancvs makes any charge
ror aihlce and consultation, either when
the patient calls personally or writes tot
The doctor is nrirml-ehcvcr In low Tees.
For this reason, as well as bis manelous
skill, can his crowilcelrccvption room be
Young or rnlddle-ngcd men suffering
from the results ot their own follies,
t Ices, or exce-sses. or those about to marry,
who are c-oiise ieuis of any Impediments or
disqualifications to a happy marriage
should consult Dr. Walker. To reach
and reclaim such unfortiiuHtes has been
one or his aims, and he has been the
means or restoring hundreds to health and
Dr. Walker may be consulted rrce of
L charge at his well tnown sanitarium, 1 111
Pennsylvania avenue, nuoiniiig Miliums
Hotel. Office hours, lb a. m. to ." p. ni.;
Wednesday ami Saturday ceilings, 7 to 8;
Sundays. 10 to 12.
Letters promptly answered. Charges for
treatment ery low. All Interviews and
correspondence sacriilly confidential. No
cases nude public without consent of pa
tients. SHOUT-LIVED STHIKE.
Ohio Coal Miners Exicct Soon to Ho
Masslllon, Ohio, Oct. 1 Work in the
5Iassillou mining district Is nt a stand
still and Is likely to continue so for a
week or more at least. The feeling seems
lo be general that the strike which com
menced to-day will lie of short duration,
but tho same thought was expressed in
139 4, when the lock-out lasted eight
A break has been occasioned by the Ohio
and Pennsylvania Coal Company, which
has increased the wages of 123 men cm
plojed in its Messenger mutes. President
J. II. Zerbc said:
"An increase will be made In Pennsyl
vania and we relt thai It would be proper
to meet it iu the Massillnu district. Ihc
plrce across the line will be 09 cents per
tou In mines where there are company
stores, and 04 cents where the men are
paid in cash. The demand ot the Mas
sillon miners was !C and CO cents, the
former being the cash scale. There was
no good reason for closing Hie mines until
the action of the Pittsburg convention on
October 10 becomes known."
Other Masslllon operators said that
their mines were closed, hut that they
would grant the increase when they lie
came convinced that it was being paid iu
DUKFIX'S- QUEER THICKS.
Colored Janitor Committed to the
James T. Dutfin, a colored man, was
committed temporarily ,to St. Elizabeth's
Asylum yesterday by Judge Miller.
Duff lit Is about thirty years old and seems
to have hallucinations. Ho was assistant
Janitor at the Colored High School until
a few days ago, but 'was sent away on
account ot his peculiar actions.
Night before last at a revival meeting
at Asbury Church, on thecorncr otElcventti
nud K. streets northwJcsr, he suddenly
Jumped up from the seat he had been
occupying, and running up thcaislcstoppcd
In front of .Mr. Sam Hhums, a man who
was an entire stranger Ao him, and stood
In au Immovable position for somo time,
with his right arm outstretched and point
ing toward the heat ens 'and his eyes fixed
steadily on the man.
After a few seconds he grabbed a cane
from a man standing pear, and before
any one could prcieut him, rapped Sir.
Sinims llireo tlmesi over tho head, In
flicting very painful wounds.
He was taken in charge nt once and
explained that be thought he was killing
"The devil" appeared against him this
morning with his bead bandaged and told
the story here related.
For Sale ot Lots.
Henry B. Bolton has brought Suit against
Orza Boyco and three" others for sale
and a distribution ot the proceeds ot lots
28 and 29, square 513, valued at about
To Command theXew York.
Captain W. S. Schley has been detached
from the board ot inspection and survey,
and ordered to the command of the New
Beecham's pills for consti
pation 10 and 25. Get the
book at your druggist's and
go by it. , .
Aanrnml ml auraikaa MBUjgO bans.
both in quality and price are our
groceries. We sell no old goods every
thing is fresh and new.
Granulated Sugar 4c
Cream Cheese 1 2c
Carolina Head Rice 5c
30 1b. BucketJelly 75c
Pure Cod Fish 5c
Sardines in Oil, doz 50c
4 lbs. Lard for 25c
Mocha and Java Coffee, per lb-. ."..... 2&:
10 Cakes Laundry Soap 2c
Macaroni.... '. 7c
Ginger Snaps, per lb 5c
Irish Potatoes, par bushel 55c
Best Butterine :...,.... 1 5c
Bell Brand Gondensed Milk, per can 8c
Corn Starch, per lb 7c
Peaches, per can 1 1 c
Gunpowder Tea, perlb 30c
Best Mixed Tea, perlb 50c
Blue Hen Matches 14c
Gold Mine Baking Powder, equal to
Royal, perlb.... 15c
Large Pickles-. " 60c
Delivered to any part of the City.
T. H. PICKFORD,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Fine Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
924 Louisiana Avenue.
FIXANCIAL AX1J COMMKHC1AL.
New York Stock Mnrhor.
On lllrh Low Clos.
AmdrlcanSugar. :07M tosvj lory MMy
American Tobacco JO UH$ 'is 103
Atchison. Tors, S, a. P. .. :2ft 2Qi arjf 2Jtj
Canada I'aclnc..... GOls Ji "ki
Chesaceake Ohio 20 a) SO SJ
tatibtl-K KAi 18 KM m
U. & ,s tlulncy tlli Kii KJ4 66U
r1,U. rrn. nwtt VAV.M-Aa Ml Hi 1tt' tftOt If If ?
CUIUIU UliU .V1IUIIVJ.,
U. 51. debt. 1'inL .-.
Chlcnt:o, R. I. & Pacltlc,
Dela.. Lack. & Wes
loin Ki ltCi-j 1UJ,
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. WJ 77Xi V, 77
:8 Tsji 7s 7314
170 i;t ;to :rt
Delawaro and Hudson... 133
131 133 133
M 13 51
Den. and R. Grando pfd.. S3
Distiller Cattle Fced
SI S5 SI SPj
3fli Wtf 3841 S
Ucneral hlertrtc ...
mi jot 101 101
1J 12)1 121f 121i
3W, 132 tsu ran;
Hi trui cbtaii Traction
uis :t5 looss lojh
a-Ss it zu as
IOH "Hi 10 16
llli: 1141, mi: lUfi
N. V. Central.
riiila. nud lt.adlne .
nv its nv iwi
l'hila. Iraction bt
Texas Pacific ,
Tennessee Coal Iron. ..
Waoasa prefeirea. ......
H hecling-aml L E
WMteru UnloirTcl. ......
Chieazn Hoard of Trade.
December ... .
Washlnston stock ExcnanJ.
NOTICE Tho Uoard will adjourn OTer Satur
day during September.
S CLES TO-DAV.
Met, R. R. os: J1O0O at HSVt. Wash 5'nrket
1st C, 1 1, COO at nu; Washington lias, 7 at
COVERMIEXT E0V31 ' Bit As'-it
OS. t's. It Itisf HJiS
V. S. 4' C IllJi 112ti
U.S.4'8 IftS Kz
U.S.5'8 -l'JOI I15J!
MSTKICT OF CC CMBUBOSDi
tVslfiWJO-year funding"...... 101
C'bIW: "30-year Funding" gold Hits
731301 "Water Stoc- currency. 1IG
7a l'Xtl "Water Moci" currency. US
S.co'i 1921 "Funding" currency. 112 lU!i
SJVsReg. 2-IO's, 1SB-190! .....10.1
V i-GKKConr. 6's 1st, W-'ZI 165 150
W .6 G R It ConT. C'sld, rjOS-'li.... 165 180
SletRRConv c's, 1901 112 113
Belt It Ill's 1921 85 87
EctingtonltRK's, 1S96-19H 100
Columbia RR6 s,191l 109 111
Wash Gas Co, er A, trs. 1902-'J7.... Ha
Wash lias Co ConT 6's, 1901 1J5
U. S. IJee Light Conv 5's. 1901 135
Chesapeake TotomacTel.,5's.... 100
Amer fcec ATrust 5'g, 1903 100
AmerfcecETrustS's, 1905 10J
Wasi Slarket Co 1st 6's. 1892-1V11.
;,000 retired annually 1131$
WashJlarkCoKxi'nS'a, 1914-'27.... lu
Masonic Hall Ass'n5's,C 1903 103
Wash Lt lnlantry lstba. 1901 100
ash Lt Infantry 2d "s, 1893
MTI0NAL BANC STOCKS.
Banket Washington 285 800
Bank of Republic 210
Farmers and 51ochan!cs 181 195
Citizens..... 130 ......
Columbia 130 110
West hud 1UG
SAFE DEPOSIT AVD TRUST C0"3.
Nat. Safe Deposit and Trust 125
Washington Loan and Trust. 121
American becurlty and Trust 13?H 142
Washington Safe Doposit. -....... 65 73
Washington and Georgetown
.Metropolitan 97 101
Georgetown and Tenallytown
CIAS AND ELSC. UanTSTOCE.
Washington Gas. MJJ, 50j
Georgetown Gas 50
U. Sx Electric Light 131 13J
Arlington . 110 155
German American .7.. 160 200
National Union 10 15
Colnmbla 13 16
Rlggs 7 SM
People's 5?i 6i
Lincoln 7J1 814
Commercial, 4 5i
TTTLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Real Estate Title 307 115
Columbia Title. 7 8
District Title. 8 14
Pennsylvania S8 W
Chesapeake and Potomac. 62 60
American Graphophoae .?. 3 4JX
PneumaticGun Carriage, .30 .S5
Washington Market II
Great Falls ice 130 140
Bull Run Panorama ....
Nor. A Wash. Steamboat 103
Wash. Brick Co .7
Itj City Brick,
Mergantbaler Linotype. 288 235
Ojn. IIIsS. Low.
tZ)i UX W-l
ce?i t 6
2SV4 ssu r.3i
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35 o ra aso
3.75 075 8 7!
5 87 5 90 16."
C05 6 05 6.0)
4.M) 4 57 1.83
the best slock
of Woolens in
And at Re
sonablcPriccs. Every order
placed ivith us
is thus assured.
SUITS TO ORDER FROM
615 and 617 Penn. Ave.
Open. Illch Low. Close.
November 8.S8 e9i 8.77 8.77
December 8.01 908 882 8.83
January. &12 9 14 8.80 8.S0
Hatch tt.2 9 2J .0J 9 01
Baltimore, Oct. 1. Kour firm western
super, 2.1oa2.U5; elo. extra, 2.70a:t.O0;
do. family, U.l'uaS ob; wlnterwheatpatent,
3.5BaH.o; spring do.. 3.70a 1.00; spring
barrels; shipments, 7,327 barrels; sales iito
barrels. AMieat dull and lower spot and
month, GGaUG 1-a; Dece-mlwr, C8aGS 1-8;
receipts, 3,051 bushels; stock, 004,133
bushels; sales, 70,000 bushels; southern
wheat by sample, G8aG9; do. on grade,
63 3-labG 3-4. Coin fairly active spots
39 3-4al0; month, 38 l--a38 G-8; ear,
34 l-8a3 1 1-4: January, 33 3-4a34
receipts, 62,127 bushels; stock, 115,fa6C
bushels; sales, 41,000 bushels; southern
white corn, 39: do. yellow, 4lal2. Oats
firm, fairly active No. 2 white western,
27 l-2a28; No. 2 mixed, 24 l-2a25 re
ceipts, 18,115 bushels; stock, 62,612
bushels. Rye steady No. 2, 4 la45 nearby;
18 western stock, C0.888 bushels. Hay
fimi,dcmandactivc chotcetimothy, $15.00
a$15.C0. Grain rreighu dull, unchanged.
Sugar very firm, unchanged. Butter and
eggssteady.unchangeel. ChecKefirm rancy
New York, 60 pounds, 9 l-4a9 1-2; do. 30
pounds, 9 3-4alO 1-4; do. 22 pounds, 10a
RECORD OF THB COURTS.
Criminal Court. No. 1 , Justice Cole Louis
A. Dunan, adulterv;delcndant surrenelercd
and commlltnL F'ranccs Clark, adultery;
defendant surrendered; recognizance $200
taken: Charles Clark, surely.
Probate Court Proceedings In estates
have been rccordesl as billows: Samuel
Hanks: will dated 51ay 2, 1881, appointing
Caroline V. Hunks executrix, filed. Albert
C. Prnthcr, guardian; lirst and final ac
count or guardian approved.
Circuit Court, No. 1, Justice Bradley
51allory vs. Dean anil others: Judgment
bv default against .McErren. Nelson 5Ior
ris and Company vs. Hoover; Judgment
Circuit Court, Net. 2, Justice McComas
United States vs. Ilcagle; judgment by de
rault. Same vs. Farqunar: do. Same vs.
Durant; do. Phillips vs. Grant; stricken
Eaulty Court, No. 2. Justice nagner
SnTder vs. Tayloev and others; decree re
lieving William Tayloe Snyder as trustee
and appointing William W. Gwathmey and
the Washington Loan and Trust Company
substituted trustees. Beach vs. Beach
and others: order granting injunction and
limiting lime to take testimony to 35 days.
In matter or Lavenla Evans, allegeel lun
atic: writ In lunacy ordered tolssue. Cusick
vs. Cusick; pro conresso against defend
ant. John A. Cusick, granted. Middle
States Loan Company vs. Simmons; Susan
A. Rurfin made party. Shepherd vs. Shep
herd: testimony before examiner o.tlercd
taken. Welts vs. Wells: re-straining oreler
pending suit granted- Dorsey vs. Dorsey:
rule on delcndaut returnable October 5,
Heal Entate Transfers..
Deeds In fee haie been recorded as rol
lows: Walker Ltghtfootto Jacob L.-J!uit-di'IL
parts or lots 36 and 37, square 132,
$2,300. Joseph A. Blundon to David A.
Lane, part ot lot 140, square' 1001, 53,000,
P riscll la Phillips to Annie P. Fleishman,
part of lot 1. square 7G6, $10. Edwin F.
Campbell to Susan A- Rurfin. lot 83,
souare 778. $3,600. August Donnth to
John B. Hotchklss, lot 173, aquaru 8S5,
311 Seventh St. N. W.
SiO.VDV WANTED AND TO LOAX.
ilOXEYI 5IO.VEY! MOXEl'l
lTf hnvo lt.
tVi- will lend lt.
Vi' n.mt you tohasclt.
All we want Is satlsfa" tory real estate
security Come to us with your appli
cations anil we can tell you what we
willtloassooiias we cxanie the property.
T O. ANDERSON A CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange, 907
WE have the following am unts to loan
on approved real estate In the District:
$3,000, o.000. $6,000. $10,000, at lowest
ratew ot interest; no delay. HERRON &
NIXON. 1301 F st. nw.
TT. -K. F'TTlVrOrV'S Loan orrice. 1218
Pa. ave. nw. Established lo 1870.
Money loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew
elry, silverware, etc. Special bargains la
watches. Jewelry, and silverware. au20 6fia
MONEY to loan on bonds, stocks, trust.
loan association cert ifleates, and old
line Wo insurance policies; no delay.
YERKES & BAItER.
40 lo 4 G Metzerott Bldg
aroiWET- TO LOAN-In largo Bums,
or as low- as l.ooo, at 5 and 6 per
rent on D C. real estate: also $2.10, $000,
$700. etc.. nt 6 per cent WM. H. SAUN
DERS i CO.. 1407 F st. nw tf
MONEY TO LOAN All classes ot
real estate loans made with promptness
si curent rates THE 5IcLACHLEN REAL
ESTATE AND LOAN COMPANY, cor
per Hull and G streets nw m9-tf
WAMTED-Tbe loan of $S,000 on first
class uisiuu property; no agents. 70S
19th st. tel2 tf
MONET lo loan at t ana 6 per cent.
on District of Columbia realty: no delay
If security Is satisfactory
WALTER H ACKEK. 704 14th nw.
MONEY to loan on real estate In tea
District, at lowest rates of interest.
No delay. HEBRON & NIXON, 1304 F SU
a. w. se4-lmo
GOOD board, nice rooms, private fam
ily: all conveniences; lerms reasona
ble. 224 13 1 -2 st. sir. se30-3t-e.m
BOARDING-Bay window front
room: opposite park, with or without
board. 602 B St. sw. sc30-4t
705 C st sw.; nice rooms. sel9-10t
ITATI0S CORNER OF eIXTH AN0
1 n Effect Sent .0 .1 803.
J.O 30 A.. M. PENNSYLVANIA Llli
1T4.D. Pullman Sleeping. Dining, Smok
ing, and Observation Cars Harrisburg to
Chicago. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, Cleveland, and Toledo Buffet
Farlor Car to Harrisburg
IP 30 A.. M. FAST LINE. Pullman
Bultci Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Farlot
nnd Dining Cars, Harisburg lo Pitts
burg. 340P at CHICAGO AND ST. LOUia
LM'ur.ss Pullman Burret Parlor
Car lo Harrisburg. Sleeping and Dtnlnir
Cars, Harisburg to St Louis, Cincinnati.
Louisville, and Chicago.
TIO P. M- WESTERN EXPRESS.
Pullman Sleeping Cnr to Chicago, and
Harrisburg lo Cleveland Dining Car to
T XO P. M- SOUTHWESTERN EX
PRESS. Pullman Sleeping and Dining
Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Carj.
Harrisburg to Cincinnati
10.40 F. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping car to Pittsburg.
T.fJO A.. M. for Kane. Ccnandaigua,
Rochester, and Niagara Falls daily, ex
1 0.30 A.. M rorEImlra and Rcnovo,
daily, except Sunday For Williams
port daily, 3.40 p ni.
T.t O F. M. for Wllliamspurt. Roches
ter, Iijfia'o. and Niagara. Falls daily,
except Saturday, with sleeping car Wash
ington to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo.
t 0,40 I M. for Erie. Canaudaigua,
Rochester. Buffalo, nnd Niagara FallSi
daily, slecpli'g car Washington to Elmlra
Fur l'liiludelplUa, Now York mid the)
4,00 F. SX. "CONGRE33IONALLIM-11ED'-
All Parlor Cars, with Dlnlmj.
Car from Baltimore, for New York
daily. rorPhllaeielpbia wcofc-dnvs. Regu
lar at 7.05 (Dining Car). 7 20. 9.00.
10.00. (Dining Cart, and 11 00 (Dining
Can a. m , 1245, 3.15,4.20, 6.40, 10.00.
and 11.35 p. m. On Sunday, 7.05
(Dining Can, 7.20. 0.00. 11 00 (Dining
Car) a. m .2.15,3.15, 4.20, G.40, 10.00
and 11 35 p. m. For Philadelphia only.
Fast Express 7.00 a. ni. week-days. Ex
press 2.01 and. 5 40 D. m. dally.
For Boston, without change, 7.50 a. m.
week-days, and 3.15 p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, G.25, 7.05. 7.20. 7.00, 9.00.
10.00. 10.30, 11.00 and 11.50 a. m,
12.15. 2 01. 3.15, St40 (4.00 Limited).
4.20. 4.3G, 5.40. 6.05. 0.40, 7.10. 10 00,
10.40. 11.15 and 11.35 p. m. On Sun
day. 7.05, 7.20. 9.00. P 05. 10.30, 11.00
a.m.. 12.15. 1.15,2.01,3.10. 3.40(4 00
Limited). 4.20, 5.40, G.0r. C.40, 7.10.
10.00. 10.40 and 11.35 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7.ZO a. m. and 4.3S
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 9.00 a. m.. 12.15 and
4.2o p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sun
days. 9.00 a. in. and 4.20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rlcb-i
mond. Jacksonville and Tampa, 4.30
a. m.. 3.30 p. m. dally. Richmond, and
Atlanta, 8.40 p. m. daily. Richmond,
only. 10.57 a. m. week-days.
Accommodation for Quaullco. 7:40 a. m,
dally, and 4.25 p. ni. week days.
For Alexandria, 4.30, G.33. 7.40. 8.40.
9.40, 10.57. 11.50 a. m.: 12.E0. 1.40,
3 20. 4.23. 5.C0, 6.37, 0.10, 8.02,
10.10. and 11.39 p. m. On Sunday as.
4.30, 7.45, 9.45 a. ni.: 2.45, 6.16.
8.02. ond 10.10 p. m.
Leave Alexandria- for Washington, 6.0S,
0.43, 7.05, 8X0, 9.10. 10.15, 10.28.
n. m.; 1.00, 2.15. 3.00. 3.23. 5.00,
5.30. 6.13 7 L0. 7.20, 9.10, 10.52.
nnd 11.08 pm. OnSundayatG.43,9.10,
10 28 n, m.: 2.15. 5.30. 7.00, 7.20.
9.10, and 10.02 p. Hi.
Ticket offices, northeast corner of Thir
teenth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
and at the stctloTi. Sixth and B streets,
where orders can lie left for the checking
of baggage to destination from hotels and
$5,000. Samuel 11. Moore to Charles H.
Allcndcr. part of lot 19, square 939, $10.
Wallace C. RaylxihL and Samuel Cross to
Percy 5Ietzger, lots 78 to fc3, section 3,
Barry Farm. $100. Kathcrinc Pine to
Ella Green. lot 31, block 4. East Deane
wooel. $150. L. S. Frey and J. 11. Rals
ton to Charles P. Williams, iirt ot lot 5,
souare 83G. $2,320. Same to same, lots
51 and 05, square 01, Georgetown, $4,
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