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TJTE MOHNIXG- TIMES, .TUESDAY, STOV.EMBER 19, 1303.
we can give you better v.i uc
than any one. No one tan
compete with us in that line
any better than they can in
furniture or carpets.
Figured, nnd dotted -M Inches wldo
new goods. Just received usually
sold at 23c a ynrd. Wo fan glTO the
manufacturer'a price of
rialn and four stylet of figured, f nil
length ruffled. Wo hare Just re-
ceived75 moro pairs ot these.
FftRMERS m HEARING
Congressman Wellington to Pre
sent Their Case Today.
NO BIDS YET FOE STALLS
CO Inches wide, Zii yards long in ff QC
three pattern". Per I alr. sO I ,CJ
We have Just roeeprol a now lot of
these plain, flowered and Oriental
eHects 12 different patterns. Ter
Wash. 6. Williams,
7th and D. Sts. N. W.
WnltliiK for Sett lenient of T.ltlKHtlon
AsnliitCiHiinilNHlmiiTo It Ails erne
to Market Ciinipiuiy, However, Ap
piixl Is. Likely to Ho Taken Vriwl
dent OrdwnyV Opinion.
The Best Trunk Made.
i if i'w' r i I ,fe
"Vc have the biggest and best
6tock of Harness in town from
$8.00 to $250.00.
Horse Blankets from 75c up.
Surcingles given away.
641 Louisiana Ave. H. W.
W will toudfui. tLot8rln
I reurh i'reiMiiiIiju laliiiuq
frf. nnd n ll fruarmiite tlmt I
t'ALTlIOl will Itooro ?tirf
llfHllh.Mieiifftliaua I cor.
U-:itat.dpa if satisfied.
Address VON MOHLCO.
J Xmtrirtn irats U4aatU.)hla.
It PIP Tk IP Qltr Oift
Cerex Flour inn Sen more llrcuil,
Itinki-N whiter III end, miike-, lietter
Stroud limn imy oilier Klmir inuiiit;
fiielnreil. llotturn of imitations, of
tlie Urn ml "Cere-."
Illscount off all Came
ras, eicept Pocket Ko-
dars, for this weeic
Honghton & Delano,
14-16 New York Ave.
Tlicro will be n hearing at 1 1 a. m. toilay
by the Commissioners of Representative
Joint L. Wellington anil oilier porous
protesting against the removal of produce
dealers, farmers mid Uie like from 11
street in front or the Smithsonian Park.
II Is expected a large delegation will be
present. Mr. Wellington HLls In Ills
Tlie letter asking a hearing was reeeltisl
jeslerday. It Is signed "A. W. Smith and
others," and asks lh.it the committee
"apiiointeil at it meeting or Tanners who
have for many jcars sold produce of their
own raising on the sidewalks around
Center Market" and Hon. Jnlin I.. Well
ington, tlietr nicnilier-elcxt, lie heard at
the tinio named.
Tlie committee consists of Messrs.
Siniili, llryan, Reeves-, Illaden, llonlface,
Olltlxo. JUce, Fields, and Sherman. It
was luiiH'd at one time that CongrcsMiiin
Meredith would ncc-oinpaiiy the delegation.
At noon jeslerday, the hour fixed at
tlie postponement last week, for tlie
oiH-tiing of old-, for stall-in the wholes-ilo
market and for Manas ,-ic iiiu uiiu .u
retailers. Chief Clerk Lnkemaii aunmmeed
that no bids had liecn received. It is sup
posed the elder reason for this was the
lincerlaintv occasioned by the unsettled
litigation over the matter. The postpone
ment ot a hearing of the nurket company's
case on Saturday, because of Hurvejor
Forsvtlie's illness had becomo very gen
erallv known. It is supposed the produce
dealers will not care to bid till the in
junction, which rorbids the Commission
ers to remove them from the street at
Center Market, is dissolved. The case
Is set for Saturday next.
OBSTACLES IN THE WAV.
Attorney for the District Thomas has
not et prepared the answer to the suit.
lie is wailliiB for Information from Sir.
1 orsyuie. it was suiuti .il im.- mur. r,
oKite rslerdiy that lie lias only u llttlo
cold and malaria aud will be about again
soon. It is expected the case will be
dti'ldod Saturday and bids rould then bo
advertised for, but the market company
and its allies htnle thai if the ca-e goes
against them tliey will take an appeal
and ask for a restraining order preventing
the clearing ot the street pending the
dclsiou by the higher court.
The Commissioners are going forward
confidently Willi the establishment or tlie
wholesale market. They are repairing
and remodeling the lunch room and notice
for riling Ilia- Tor this privilege to be opened
next Mondav were posted jeslerday.
Major Powell said In regard to the failure
to reccne bids for jeslerday: "ll' no
dirrerence. They will have to go there.
.Miyhow, they'll need to get ofr the
Commissioner Trupsdell said it had liecn
the intention to po-tpone the letting of
privileges in any ease for reasons other
thaiitueraUureto rcccivr bid.
The Commissioners yesterday answered
the liiqulrr or Mr. W. .1. Nerris, as to suit
to recover rrom Uie market company ror
ille-al rental or the public space. They
say Attorney Thomas iulvise them that" In
his Judgment, no u'erul public punwe
could Iw served ny iusiuuhuk iius.i
against the market company, as jiruposctl
by Mr. Niirrls."
l'Ki:SIllI"NT OKDWAY'S VIHWS.
rnii.iiiiiedlseusslnnor the matter outside
the District Iwilillng pies on actively.
"It seems evident, rrom the current re
ports" bal'l President Ordway ot tho
market company yesterday, "that some
one has misinformed the Commissioners
regarding the farmers who stand their
wagons on Ninth slreet. The District at
torney and those representing the market
coiiipanv held a" conference and agreed to
imstiniie tlie trial until today week.
"l.ast Saturday afternoon, the farmers,
who are highly reie.t-d citieus. some of
whom have st.HMl their wagons On tills
same ground for thirty and forty years,
and one ot them Tor nearly sixty, held a
incc-Miig hi the new hall lllt at the west
end. Thev appointed a committee or nine,
thns- fiii Iroiu Marjlaud, Virginia and
i.a fl.lrl. t
Tin committee immediately telegraphed
the representatives from these two States
to Join in a -meeting to be held at 10
a in. tomorrow in the National Hotel, and
nci-oimuiiy them to the District Com
missioners to see ir they can obtain a
hearing. These men claim it takes all their
support from them: that they have no
other means or subsist i-nee: that they hae
kept the peace, and never has there lceii
au ilisturlsuiee where lliej were: that they
were under the protection of two spei ial
policemen, paid by the market company;
that tnev number ainoi.g their customers
numerous influential families of Washing
ton, and that they hate filed a protest
with the Commissioners, signed by over
t ram names of prominent patrons, be
sides every stall owner In the market.
"The market company." continued tho
president, "does not reap- any benefits in
dollars and cents from these farmers. The
accusation that we had been receiving
from $1,000 to $3,000 per month is
groundless. Tlie record in the treasurer's
office shows nu average or $150 per
month or $1,600 per tear. One thousand
of this pays the two-pollcemcn. The .other
is consumed in cleaning sulcttalks. etc.
Tlie dealers made the terms themselves as
follows: rifteen cents for one-horse team,
"5 cents for two-horse wagon. Tlicy arc
satisfied and I can't see why nny one
should attempt to prejudice the Commis
sioners against them."
Dr. Walker's Low Rate ol $5
a Month tor Treatment
and Medicine tor AH
Rr. Walker stands without a peer In the
successrul treatment or all nervous, elironio
aud blood diseases. He cures Dearness,
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis. Piles, lcf
rnhrLn. Coiisimintl.iii. Constipation. Indi
gestion, Ithcuiuaiism, Diseases uf Women.
Private and Delicate Diseases, and nil ills
eaues ot Eye, Ear, Nose..Tliroat, Lunirs,
Stomach, Heart, Elver. Kidneys Bowels.
Bladder, lleetuni, Mood, or Hkln. Lost.
Manhood, Night Eosse. Varicocele and
Stricture quickly cured. Itcmcmtier. oiilj a
ree or n a month, ror treatment, which
Includes all medicines and appliances, will
lie charged. A guarantee of euro given i In
every case, or money rcfundi'ii. "r-" aiker
can Iw seen rrom 10 a. in. until . p. m.
daily. Those who cannot make It convenient
to call during those hours can see hint
Wednesday and Saturday evenings rrom
7 to 8, or from 10 to 12 Sunday. His
well-known sanitarium Is 1411 Pa. ave.,
adjoining Wilkird't. Hotel.
734-736 Seventh Street.
REMEDIES FOR THE FINANCE
Eepublicans Have Various Scheme
to Fix Up the Treasury.
Plan- AiItnuo.il by tlie Louder Alone;
Tariff I'rot.i'tlon Lines fit her
"Wc carry the best line of
Plushes in the city, and our
prices are the very lowest in
S10 l'Uisu Double Capo "'
tUIIuso KmliroIdoreilCopo..,...- ; a'a
Ji!l'hnli Enil.ioldered Cape, handsomely
trimmed ;"V"" ii ,u
JKI Plush Embroidered t'apo.perfeet i;em
734-736 Seventh St. N.
rtepresentnlives and Senators as they
come Into Washington express various
opinions us to the remedies Congress Is
likely to afford for the present Treasury
There is a strong reding among ltepub
llcansthat the lack or reiciiuoisal the bot
tom of all the trouble, and that measures
iiiiistl"pasetIloliifreae Treasury rcvelpt".
It the President, as has been Intimated,
calls upon Congress Mr authority to issue
temporary ccrliricutcs of indebtedness,
such o "were suggested last winter by
Senator Allison ami ex-Speaker lte-ed, ll is
thought It will be granted.
But the main idea or getting at the root
or thedirricnlty by providing more retcnue
ttlli probably becarrled out.
Senator Wilson, ot Washington, has ar
rived, and though of free slltcr tendencies,
lie admits that something heroic should be
done to relieve the Treasury.
"One way ot providing gold," he said,
"would be to hate all imports paid in that
metal. Thereare,howuter, means of rais
ing sufficient rctenuo so that the resort e
or the Treasury need not be eneroai hc-d upon
to pay current expenses, aud ttml Is by
reiinposlng duties on art Idea of Import
Mi.irt. -v.ro nit. unmercifully In the present
law. There should be a duty placed upon -
wool .inil woolen manufactures, upon
lumber, agricultural products and coal and t
other articles that were ellter placed on
the free list or under uea.lly reduced tariff
"We have had an Illustration up In my i
country of how this Gormnu-llrico bill oper
ated in regard to borne ot these articles.
We have huge tleiioslts ot coal right near
Olrmpia, Tacoma and Seattle, but Brit
ish Columbia coal under the -15 cents a ton
duty, is bc-iug bold in these cities at rates
with which our local mines cannot com
pete. The cheap labor in British Colum
bia and the cheap water trausiwrtatlou
enables the foreign operator to sell his coal
at the moulli of our mines at lower figures
than we can afford to compete with.
"In the matter ot lumber the same con
dlUou exists. Tho taritf law has worked
a tremendous injury to the wool luduttry
lu my State and also to fnnn products. 1
think the matter of reimpo-Izg proper pro
tectite duties niion these products will be
considered in Congress."
But there be tloe who tjoilete mat in
framing retcnue legislation Mr. Clete
land's views will nt be considered.
Hacked lif an overwhelming iiopular senti
ment, tlie Ilepulilicau leaders liclleve that
they can jiass over his veto, IT ne-esl be,
such moderate-legislation a( they de-slre.
This does not mean that ihere will be
any attempt at it general revision or the
tariff, but various schedules will be
changed in such a way as most easily to In
crease the revenues and at the same time
afford adequate protection.
Delivered at your own "gg
door. You don't have rg
tocall to leave your or- jgt
dcr just telephone or Kg
And to do so q
buyers. We cannot
The goods are going
rid of tnem quickly.
uickly we must put a price on everything that will compel
help ourselves, and you might as well profit by our loss,
at less than we paid for them, but it's the only way to get
IS, 10, and (12 Suits, -tell made. In
neat patterns, oxcelleut values.
JgJ California Lemon Cliii";,
gj Extra Standard Peaches,
14c per can.
SI. 60 per doz.
J.T. D. Pyles
fc?l blOKES-IK 4th St. S.K: Cor. 3d 3
pTi and -Md. Are N. K.; 18 J ih St. x K; s
kJ 1-jolTili stN W.; Cor. Washlustou 25
vJ and Uonioo Ms , Auacostla, JTM
ill and IS Sulf, made of etjllsh.
blglitly goods, any of them well
north the original prlco. Choice..
J17 aud 119 Sults.lionest all-wool ma.
tel!alg,tn all tho newest styles, and
erery Hutt a startllas bargaiu.
rctl and $13 .Suits In desIraLle pit
terns, price positlroly leo than
cost to manufacture. Choice . ...
tS3 osd id! Suits, fine Imported and
Domestic Fabrics In all tho newest
itjles. equal to eustorc.mado.scrae
lined throughout with tilt. Choice
$9 and $10 Overcoats,
well iiiiiilK and service
able. Cut down to....
$12 and $14 Overcoats.
mad of durable, stylish
goods. Cut down to....
sir. mid SIR Overcoats.
stylish and desirable ma
Cut down to
$20 and $22 Overcoats,
all styles, good, honest
material. Cut down to..
$21nnd $25 Overcoats,
all the newest styles and
fabrics. Cut down to-..
$28 nnd $30 Overcoats,
made of the finest ma
terials, good many sllk-linc-d.
Cut down to.. .
300 Light-weight Over
coats, only two or tlireo
in a lot, originally sold
for $15 and i'ZU. Choice
nOYS' SUITS strong gooJt. well
made, and nl perieei. iizcj on"
voars: former prico 17. Co for ...
HOYS' M'iTS, double and slncle-
breatted. In blue anu uranm
color, worth ill) and $11. On for ...
BOYS' hlS(!I.K ANW UOLCLIi-
111'II.t.STfiUMJll?, in oiue. ui-.
nnd mlieil CheTiots; reduce'! t.-oin
SUnndils. Go for
CIHLDKEVS SUITS, doubte-brcast-
eu; never ueioro aviu ies ut .--fttiil
Tt fiofor... .... . ..
CIIILUKEN'a bl ITS, donbnireast-
C't, good, strong, honest gjcis--Larili
ft.'A t.olor.. .... .
CllILDllKX'St)l,rr,all ool. double
breisied, double seal tua snee,
vinrth LW. Co for.......... - -
ITULIHIKN! SUIIS. double-breatt-
ed. In gray, darK nua 'Uieuiom
colors lzs 3 to 1C years; former
rrlce e'tfii. !o for
C1III.D11KX'- .-U1T8, double-breasted.
In blue, blaek and plaids
cliot-luts and eas?lmer. sizes 3 to
10 yeara: former price T, 13 an-l
J9 Go for
LEASE AND FIXTURES FOR SALE.
Bear in mind this Great Sale is now on-the earliest buyers will have the best op
portunities. Bring tho children.
LEWIS B. MOORE, Manager.
Do vou know that elec
tricity is achcaper, bet
ter, safer, and more re
liable power than
steam? It makes a bet
ter lig-h t, too be tter for
stores, better for offices.
It la aa far ahead of gas as the
modern electric loconotlre Is
ahead of the old stage coach. We
furnish power only, lelephone
us to turn it on.
I. S- Electric Llahtlnir Co..
:13 14-th Street. 'Phone 77.
Ivors I.Poiiii I
TAKOMA SPRIflG WATER,
The purest water In the tiorld
COLD IN THE HEAD. Catarrh,
and lleadaihe immediately relieved by
Capitol Catarrh Cure. 25 cents.
470472 Pennsylvania avenue north
west, near Gth street- Business men's
iancll. 12 to 2 o'clock. 26c; table d'hote
JSSncr. 1-.3U to 7:30 p. ill.. 60c. oc23-3m
rilesl Willi Itee;lMcr of "Wills.
Mary A. limit's last will and testament,
ns certified rrom the probate court or
Tdlboit county, Md., was filcsl Willi the
ri'gisterof wills josterdayforprolnte li.u.lel
Riker ami AKred Smith, oiis-In-law ot
the decedent, are named as executors, to
lie-appointed without Ix.nd. The husliaud,
nameil, and a colored servant, naiiuil
Parah .1. Bell, arc the beneficiaries uudcT
the will, the latter getting $100 in mono.
The estate lies largely in Baltimore.
4 TMIE two characteristic
it I turcs that have given tlie
r Tvcrs & I?ontl I'lano its
P enviable jiosition in the piano
J world are the Ixiiutt" of its tone
5 and its remarkable durability.
5 Tone quality, tlie. adaptability to
4 express musical thought, is the
A distingufsliing feature between the
f artistic and the commercial piano.
i The ricliness, the purity, the in
t finite shades of expression in the
5 Ivors & Pond tone attract and
? fascinate musicians the world over.
? Combine with this the absolute
i evenness of scale, crisp, rc
4 sponsite action, and simple ele
A gance of design and finish, and
f the reasons for the popularity of
the Ivors & I'ontl Piano are
V as plain as day.
SANDERS & STAYMAH,
' V 03-t r st.. . w..
Financial and Commercial.
Sew VorU Stock Slnrant.
FurnUned by Frank Wilson Brown, broker.
1335 F street.
ICi, ir.7: Ki 1E7'8
1S) ll l'J.ig rj;
1S94 l!9ji 1S9 1S9
10W 101, 9?6 9;s
3:f U Si's l?b
ICTi IC'J IVJ 1
Atchison. Top.. X S. i. ..
Canada touthorn -
Cot fuel Iron
CftCi Sl LouK....
Chf tapeake Ohio
I)eL, Lnct. i Western.-.,
Distiller JC Cattle 1'ee-t.
Delaware Jc Hudson.
cieneral r-lejtrltf .....
like Snore ""i i '?' '.19J-i
i n,1itilltntiilS'ashTllle- 533j 5Ui o3 jXh
ri T. oTd
Nor.bern l'acino Ida.
'ew York Cccttal....
. W pfd
Ten&eue Coal x Iron.
V.'ealera Union Tel...
DO V0VS VlT
If so, sign this coupon and send it to
THE TIMES, where it zvill be added (o a
monster petition to be presented to Congress.
You are paying tivice what you should.
The paper on which The Wash
ington Times is printed is made
C.8. FAULKNER. Solo Aaont,
Time Building. New York City.
Is the cheapest of all fuels, for It
Ignites quickly makes a roaring hot
nro aud lasts longest. This Is of
the best quality. 6c ar.d So bushel.
40 bu. (uncrushed), $2.90
40 bu. (crushed) . $3.70
Ilovtmite to T.euto Tomorrow.
The list or prisoners hooked for trans
portation to Albany thi3 evening em
braces tlie following: Capt. Ilowgate, sen
tenced eight years; Oscar Wanneck, four
teen months Tor selling hrlekdust fls rat
exterminator and obtaining money by that
false pretense; William Khlne, bigamy,
eighteen months; David CoIwelL false
pretense, two years; uieumo iv"",ji
housebreaking, five years; John Butler,
larceuy trom the person, six years; trans:
Boswcll aud Mason Morris, highway rob
bery, seven years each, and Amelia Baptist,
housebreaking, three years.
r-tnte Lett to tlio 1nnliaiid.
The last wllUof Parah J. Johnston, late
ot tlie LUstrlet, was rilesl ror probate yester
day, in which all or her property "real
and personal and mixed" wherever sit
uated is bequeathed to her hu-band, Charles
11. Johnston. Tho husband is named as
the sole executor, without requiring bond,
and II. IT- Bergman, G. M. I'.merlch nnd
Ferdinand Schmidt slpi as witnesses. The
instrument is daled November 7, 1S01.
Admiral CierpenteTV llotnrn.
A cablegram tvnsrccvltedntilieN'.ivy Ile
narttnenl et orday rrom Admiral Carpenter
slallug that he had rcllnquisheil cominand
or the Asiatic station and sfartcl ror home
by the steamer (lullla on the lGth Instant.
Until the arrival ot Admiral Bunco, who
succeed Admiral Carpenter, the station
will U under command or Capt Kay, or
Judge Ill-missed the Cm-e.
Toss Morris, nn engineer ot one or the
river dredges, and Bettle Smith, a colored
woman, were charged before Judge Miller
In the nolice court yesterday tvitli vio
lating the IMmunds law. , l'olicemen
llcrndon and Covtne preferred the charge,
but the Judge dismissed tho case.
will often cause premature
a I Ir cur-
1i11ti. tut t It I
able shJuiEf i-Ltcrmc
IIAIIt ItESTOltnit neterfalla
to produce a new growth of
hair, l'or sale at all Dm;
Stores, tl per bottle. All scalp
diseases treated -at my rar
lors. Consultation free.
Dr. J. SEMMESJ
704 14th Street N. "W.
.... I-! 13 1-H lifs
.... 70 71U 70 71
.. ci sH stj ai
.... 31 3U 804, S0;i
.... 1WH lflli, 9i 99
.... &.M KCK itWi KJi
. .. 16 10 13-Ji !6
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.... 119 HSU us?; ltslj
... -II 1 41
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.... si; iu5 '.'U luK
:o :ch :5s 75,
... lit; Hi "?s U,
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.... To'cj 76 "57, 75
,.-ioi) :oi vj-Iuoh
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.... V'i ?H 'J;i 95i
... IW4 2"s 9?s I3,i
90(i, VOJi Ss;t S-?i
S1LSBY & COMPANY
Commission Stock Brokers,
National Metropolitan Bank Building-, 613 15th street.
CerrespondentsT J. R. WILLARD & CO.
( NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE,
,nim,DC J NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE,
iMEMBLRS 1 NEW YORK CON. STOCK EXCHANGE,
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
NOTE We have our own private telegraph wire to New Yoii
and Chicago. Long- Distance 'Phone. 505.
Op'n. High. Low. Cloa.
December ' S-'i-.i ;! Js
May 61J6 0.ij 01H '?.
DeccmbeV. .... UTJi -7?i J' S7?i
Hay 9-?s 5i "-J 9-?s
December 1S is K4 TO
Uny -'0M-5s '? -Vht-Js s
January". 9.05 8 97
Uy..... 9.S7 J.40 J.a. J-35
January'. ." " ?-J5 J2?
Maj.... 5.60 5b0 5..,, 5...
January 53 4.55 4.M 4 52
May.... 4.S0 180 4.77 4...
WASH. GASLIGHT CO.,
413 lOth St. I
THE UAKDI8T THE BESr.
'i'el.ph.n.44. Offic.ica 1'tt n,w
Jlurdercr Lnuiliert Mu-t Die.
The lnlest effort or Theodore Lnmlicrt.
the ceinvlcted mnnlerer or Camden county,
X. J., to escape the execution ot the death
t.,,.i,.r,rr. imno.od unon him has Tailed. Ill
an opinion xead jeslerday by Cliic-r Justice
ntrirmed the refusal ot the I'nilcd Slates
court tor the third circuit to release him
trom the custody ot Slurirr Barrett on n
writ of habeas corpus, and directed a man
dale to issue at once.
"Will Filcsl for Trolinto.
A cop v of the will or Henry Xcwby, dated
June 2l 18.i5, giving his entire estate to
his wife, Kosetta Xewby, and her heirs,
and appointing the widow as execulrit.
has been filed for probate.
No Fee Until Cured.
602 F STREET N. W.
diseases' lit I iXEY and ULADnnndlsmses.
PR1VATR diseases quickly nnd perma-
nenUy cured. Vitality restored. V.onsUr
tatlou tree. Hours. ! to 12 a m. " to 5
If m- TueKlay. Thursday and Saturday
. r4 8.S3
,. aa) S 30
.. 8.33 3.33
.. 8.38 8 33
out of sorts
Twill reculate the liver, clear the
blood and gtre tone to the "entire
tl box makes 1 quarts ot medicine.
SnOcient for -M0 days' treatment. ,
ISSUE OF STOCK
OPEN' FOR SUBSCRIPTION
AND FIRST PATMEXT.
SHARES $1.30 EACH.
GubscripUors ror th SOth tU.
or slock and .lest payment thereon
will be received dally rrom 0 a. m. to
4:30 p. m. at the office ot the Asso
ciation. Four per cent Interest per
annum Is allowed. Upon maturity of
alia res full earnings are paid.
Pamphlets expkilairg tho object
and advantages of the Association
and other information rurnlhe3 air
on appllcaUon at the orfiM.
Washington Stosfc Excnanse.
1 to H. SundiiTs. 4 to 6.
Children mid Jlntehes.
A slight fire caused by children plating
with matches started shortly arter noon
yesterday in house No. .43 N street north
west, occupied by Lucy Tyler. The damage
One's physical feelings, like the faithful
getter, search and point out plainly the
fact of disease or health.
If a man is not feeling well and vigorous
if he is losing flesh and vitality, if he is
listless, nervous, sleepless, he certainly is
not well. The down hill riiadfrom health
to sickness is smooth and declines rapidly.
At the first intimation of disease, the
wise man takes a pure, simple vegetable
tonic. It puts his digestion into good ac
tive order and that puts the rest of his
body in order. The medicine that will do
this is a medicine that is good to take in
any trouble of the blood, the digestion, or
the respiration, no matter how serious it
war have heroine.
The medicine to take is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is a remark
able remedy. It cures diseases in a per
fectly natural way, without the use of
strong drugs. It cures by helping Nature.
It has a peculiar tonic effect on the lining
membranes of the stomach and bowels.
By ptitting-these membranes into healthy
condition, stimulating the secretion of the
various digestive juices, and furnishing to
the blood the proper purifying properties,
it reaches out over the whole body and
drives disease-germs before it into the
usual excretory channels. It builds up
firm muscular flesh, makes the skin and
the eyes bright.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
bos been found wonderfully efficacious in
the treatment of skin diseases eczema,
tetter, erysipelas, salt-rheum from com
mon pimples or blotches to the wont case
ambitious boys boys
who are content.;to start in
a small way and build up a
money-making business of
their own boys from whom
the word "hustler" spurts
out all over are the boys
who can engage in the
hustling company of youth
ful merchants who now own
a branch of THE TIMES'
business there's plenty of
room for them. Call at
A THE TIMES office between
4 5 aud 6 p. m. any week day.
it. S. 4-
IT S fur-
ElSTnlCTOF COLUltBIl BONDS.
:.'JS90 "50-year Funding'
I'slWW "30-Tcar funding ' gold-
T'a 1801 "Water stock- currency.
51WH -Water stock" currency.
S 19-4 "Funding" currency..
SWe Reg. 2-10 s, 15KJ-180!
MetllRConv 6's, 1901
Belt 11 R5' 19.1 ."
Ecklngton It lib s, 1896-1911
Columbia It RO's. 1914............
Wash U Co, ber A.e e. fr-"
V. ashGas Co, Scr II, ft. 190I-VA ....
n asn Oas Co Cony 5'a, l'JOl
V. S. fcleo Light Conv 5'e. 1931
Amer Sec . Trust 5'sT 1905
im,c sec .E Trust 5, 150X
t.n Market Co lit IT.. 1SB-IM1
n.OOO reilrod annually.......
Wain Mark Co Inln Os. 191 J- -7....
Wash Mart Co lit n 0 s, 1914-
Masonic Hall As n 3 s,U. J'JOi
Wash Lt Infantry 1st 6a. 1504
Uashl.t. InfantrrSd .'s.1S9j
KlTIONJir. BltK STOCKS
Rank of Washington
Farmers and Mechanics'
safe DErcsrr and trust co-s.
NatSate Deposit Trust
Wash Loan Trust
Am bocurlty & Trust .'.
Capital Traction Co
EctlngtorL. ...... "....
Oeorgetownand T.naUytown... .
OMS ISO IhlC- U0BT3TOCL
U. a. Ul.ctrlc Light
i Firemen S '
TITLE UJSCRANCK STOCKS
District Title ,
Cueeapeake anu Potomac.
Pneumatic Gun Cirrlage.......
Great if alls ice .,
Bull Run Panorama. ,
EQUITABLE BUILDLNO. lOOS F it. SW.
rresldeut, Thomas Sornervllls.
Vice President. A. J. Schafhlrt.
2d Vice President. Geo. W.Casiletr. .
Secretary. John Jov Edson.
FRANK WILSON BROWN,
13SS F Street Northwest.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provision!
Direct Private Wires
MESSRS. THEO. W. MYERS & CO.t
No. 47 New St.. New York!
Members of the New York etok Exchange-
, m is
Baltimore, Nov. 18. Flour quiel west
ern super, 2. 15a2.G.; do extra, 2.73a;t.00;
do family, 3.20a3.5U; winter wheat patent,
S.ooa.l.So: spring do 3.70at.00; sprinc
wheat straight, .1)3a:t.73 receipts, 1 1,731
barrels; shipments, 2,053 tiarrels; sales,
300 barrels. Wheat firm pot and month.
r5aG5 l-t; December, to j-saii. 1--.
May, 09 7-8 asfced; steamer No. 2 rod, C2a
G2 l-t receipts, 8,131 buhels; Rhlpments,
63.-111 bushels; stock, .187.831 bushels;
sales, 18,000 bushels southern wheat by
sample, GHaOO 1-2; do on grade. 62 l-2a
G5 1-2. Corn easy spot, 30 l-8a3G 1-4;
month, 3Ga3G l-t; Ituveuilier. new nnd
old, 35 3-8a35 1-2: year. 34 3-Sa34 l-2t
January, 34 1-Ia3t3-S; February, 3t 1-2
34 C-S; steamer mixed, 34 l-2a.14 3-1 re
ceipts, 90,720 bushels; shipments, 87,343
bushels; stock, 513,637 bushels; sales.
28,000 bushels southern white corn, 34 1-2
a37; do yellow, 35a3G 1-2. Oats quiet and
steady .no. - vvtiue western, j.i..i i-;
No. 2 mixed, 22 l-2a23 receipts, 15,098
bushels; stock, 210,031 bushels. Kye quiet,
demand slack, easier prices No. 2, 43a t
nearby: 4Ual7 western recciDts. 11,938
bushels: stock, 92,991 bushels. Hay linn
choice timothy, $13.30. Grain rreights
dull, no demand steam to Liverpool per
bushel, 3a3 l-2d early December: Cork
for orders per quarter, 3s3iUi3s4 l-2d. Nij
vember. bugar Bteadj' sranulated, 4.ia
per 100 pounels. Ilulter firm rancy trr-am-ery,
23a24; do Imitation. 17al9: do ladle.
10: good ladle, 14aI5; store packed, 1-a
lol TJgcs firm rresh, 22; cold storase.
lGal7. Cheese rirm rancy New lork. no
pounds. Hall 1-4; do 33 pounds, 11 l-2a
113-4; do 22 pounds, 12al2 1-4.
BEWARE OF BURGLARS
The presence of the two race track!
iirw m rnt Tnanv thieves to
thU cltr. Bo wary Kent a Eaf- '
Horosit Box of this company,
wherein to atore yonr valuable
papers. Jewelry, At 3 and up,
according to size and location.
American Security and Trust
(-!-,.. iao5 G St
a J. REIX. President.
H0DGEN COMMISSION CO..
Brokers aud Dealers
Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Trovlsions-
Local Offices-Rooms 10. 11. 12 Corcoran Bull
Ins 003 7th St, opposito Patent OBlce.
Offices Philadelphia, Haltnaore. WaahlnsMn
and otberi whose occiipatloni ptavewl
them trom making depoilti dating
regular banking hours wUiriod lt con
venient to visit tha
Union Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W.
which la open LVER1" SATURDAY
NIO IIT between the hou rsof J and 8.
(Four per cnt. interest oa saving.
. long day's earch will net reveal better,
prompter, or more captble printers than w.
are. Nothing too small, nothing too large fci
us to print.
McGILL & WALLACE, Printers.
11BT E Street Xff. 'Phone 13Ji
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