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TEE MOBiyiXG- TI31ES, SATURDAY, SQV.E5EBER 23, 1895.
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We arc overstocked in
this line and must, jet rid of
some of them to make room
for new goods constantly
"We have made a whole
sale reduction in the prices
on all our Parlor Suites.
Three Piece fcnlte. Mahogany fln
Itaed fltnie, upholstered Broca- ff I Q nn
Fix Piece Fulto. .Vaboga'iy dn
lshed frame, upholstureil, crushed tT Q nn
rivo Piece Overstuffed Suites, up
holstered Empire Tapestry Iriused, (TOC nn
Six Tiece Suite, Mahogany finished COO flfl
frame, upholstered Tapestry. .PJZ.UU
tt S. Suite, Ave pieces uphol
stered .Brocatollc, fringed, spriuc CC flfl
ITrerieee bulto. Mahogany flu-tTQ flfl
fclietl framo ,2)40. UU
Six Piece. Solid Mahopany frame,
upholstered, lirocatollo, siring (TQC fin
Many other Suites at proportionately-
low prices up to
$200 every one of which is
about half the regular price.
7th and D. Sts. N. W.
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will tund )oa the warveloi: g
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ia cress vun iviuhlcu.. &
HSU ltlankctn from "5o. up.
The finest line of harness
and plush rotes In ths
641 La. Ave.
1'ork Chops So
Corn Should or. 8c
Smoked Hams. 12c
Freeh Trine..... 8c
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COLD IN THE HEAD. Catarrh,
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MOST Mm AFLOAT
Bids Soon to Be Asked, for
, Battleships 5 and 6.
KEARSARGE ONE OF THEM
Futiluitn Old Friijnte-lollol'erpetiiuted
,111 it Steel Veto.e'1 Tbey Will Cost
$5,000,000 Eaeli anil II.- ttio AIuM
'Forj'iildiiijle Flitlitln"; Machines In
Within a year after the famous rrlgnte
ICearsargo was wrecked ou Itoncador Iteef
CongreKs dett-rmliicti to perpetuate the
r.amo byglvrmr.ir to the moet powerful
defender of American rights that could lie
di'sljrned by our nuval coii-truciors. and by
great armored Kilt!.; (.hips, to ultimately
cost, complete. :i I out $5,0Ui),l0U each .and
to ho invulnerable against the heaviest sea
going rightersor any foreign navv.
Bids for these vessels win lie 'opened nt
theNavy lfepariuicutoue week from today,
anil nruinlliiR to the ait authorizing their
construction, they Jim.-t lie dellvred to
the Boernment by the clone of lH'JH.
The fcprciric iirovWou that one of these
vessels should be christened Kenrnarce
made an cxn-ulioji to the law .supuiatinK
that blilps of this cl;,ss ulioulil be named
for Statii; or the V'hlon. and Concresh alnue
had jiowcr to modify tills requirement.
Vs no exception va& made In tho case
of the slster Mnp, the siiRircMlnti has bi-en
made that she be called after Secretary
ITcrlierfs native State, the other sections
of, the country having b'H-u rtmembereil In
the Orejron, liidiiina, Massacimsetts and
Iowa. This question will not lie pressed
until the Inuucliinir time comes almut two
years hence and in the mean time, in
accordanu5 "With the usual custom of the
Navy Department, the vessels will be
offteiallr known asimllle ships No. B and
No. 0. LeRl'latlve authority alsodetlarcl
'that one of the veuels .should lie built
on the Pacific coast, unites reasonable bills
feou!d not bf-securisl from that localitv,
and the limit of cost. excInsUe or anua-nK-nt.
was fixed, at $4,COti,tao.
BEST OF TIIEIIl CL-SS.
These bMiig the first great warships de
signed under the present administration, it
was resoIvctT that nn elfurt should be
spared to make them, without question, the
hicliest typeff'dr their class; and fur the
past sK months lively controversies have
rageil In the Navy Department ocr their
smallest di tails, every portion or the de
signs having been 'exhaustively discussed
by experts, and every advantage of ex
perreuie gained Irom tther battle shliis con
structed both nt home undabrnad having
been lully utllizisl.
One essential requisite laid down by Sec
retary Herbert was that these vessels
should draw less water when rally laden
tlinn any other llrsi-class battle ship, either
in this country or abroad. The largest for
eigirbattip ships, when ready for sea duty,
draw in the neighborhood o'r twentj-'lght
feet of water. Our existing battle ships,
while drawing twenty-.'our feet at normal
displacement, owing to settling by theptem
due to increased weight, reallv draw alxuit
twentj-jeven feet. Ltattle ships r and C
have been designel to draw but tiventy-lle
feet, with 1,00 tons of coal and all stores
and ammunition on hoard. This will enable
.them to reach 11 of the principal navy
yards and ports of the country even when
Jull? laden and will make their docking
Iess'diiricult than that or the other Ameri
AttAIAMENT OF THE SHU'S.
The" question of the' calibre and disposi
tion of the large guns gave rise to more
Hiittli'nlilpr, .. 5 n nil
discussion than nny other question in con
nection with these vessels. Chler Con
structor Hiibboni, who Is responsible for
all designs under the new ruling or the
Navy Department, held views dlrfering
radlrally rrom those of the Cider or tho
jullds the gun'.
ine ciner contnuior novocaicu thai the
largest guns should be 1- inches calibre
four being carried in two turrets and
that S-inch guns should be'carrlcil in four
turrets, making six turrets In all. The
chief or ordu.inc e proposed thenovel scheme
of two double-decked turrets on each ship,
in the lower part of which were to be
mounted two l.'l-jndi guns, and in the
upper part two -Incli guns, making the
heavier battery consist of four 13-luch
nnd roar fc-lnth in two turrets. The de
partment, upon the majority vole or the
council of bureau chiefs, rinally adopted
this plan, nnd the 13-Iuch and the H-incli
guns will accordingly be mounted in double
turrets, one rigidly superposed upon the
In addition to these heavy guns, a bat
tery of fourteen 5-lnch rapid-fire guns will
be mounted on the main deck between
the turrets and will be protected by con
tinuous armor six Inches thick, a splinter
bulkhead two Inches thick separating
each gun station. A numtrous battery of
smaller slx-poundcr and one-pounder guns
will be placed wherever they can fire to
HOW THEY ARE PROTECTED.
The protection of the hull against Injury
to the vllal regions along the waterllne
will be cifcctcd by means or a side armor
belt of sixteen nnd a half inchi-s maximum
thickness, with a mean depth of seven
Tbe Door of Life.
The fear of
pain a n J the
dangers of par
many a woman's
breast with dis
may. There is
no reason why
childbirth should be
fraught with dancer
ind distress. It 5s a perfectly natural
function, and should be jjtrfornied in a
natural 'way without undue suffering.
Nature never intended that women
should be tortured when doing the one
Uitnjj which makes them wholly wo
manly. The perversion of nature's laws
has brought this suffering about, and a
return to right living will stop it.
Nine out of ten women are troubled
more or less by weakness and diseases
peculiar to their sex. It is so because
they do not take proper care of them
selves because they neglect little ills
and little precautions. A woman in per
fectly hearty health goes through her
time of trial with comparative ease. The
tiling to do then, is to make all expec
tant mothers healUiy to strengthen
Uiem generally and locally. The medi
cine and tonic to do it with is Doctor
It is a powerful Snvigdraut and nervine.
It soothes and strengtliens-Uie nerves and
acts directly on the feminine organism in
a way which fits it for the proper and
regular performance of all its functions
at all times.
Taken during gestation it robs child
birth of its dangers to both mother and
child, by preparing the system for de
livery thereby shortening labor, lessen
ing pain and abbreviating the period of
A Book of iooo pages, telling how to
cure diseases of Women, with home-treatment,
3r cents (stamps) to cover postage
and wrapping only. World's DiSFENSAtY
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
""W U MrSl
$5 A MONTH
Do not experiment with drugs or homo
remedies "nhen the proper trentmint can
be had at so illtle cost. He lias prac
ticed in Washington for the past three
years, lie cures Catarrh, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Files, Neuralgia, Constipation, In
digestion, Itlieunutlsiii, Diseases of Wo
men, Private, and Delicate Diseases, Vari
cocele, Strictures, mid all diseases of Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lungs, Stomach, Heart,
Liver, Kidneys, Powels, Bladder, Itectum,
Blood or Skin. Lost manhood restored.
Diseases of women successfully treated.
Itemember, only a fee of $B a month for
treat, lent, whicL" includes all medicines
and appliances untl a gnaranlee of euro
given. Dr. Walker can be seen from 10 a.
in. until S p. in. daily. Those who cannot
make it com cult-lit to call during these
hours can see him Wednesday and Satur
day evenings from 7 to t,"rrom 10 to ia
Sundav. His well-known sanitarium is
1411 Pennsylvania avenue, adjoining Wil
and a half fee', so disposed in reference to
till.- loadllne that the vessel, with 411)
tons of coal aboard, will have Ihreeand a
half fiet or this armor above the water,
and with 1,210 Ions of coal ulioard, two
reet will be exposed to vUw. The belt
extending rrom the stern to the aft bar
bette and maintaining a luaxlmcm thick
ness from Itsnrterrnd to tlierorward boiler
room bulkhead n ill taper graduully to four
Inches behind the rani.
Protection will be afforded above the
main side armor by a steel belt live Indies
thick, extending up to thelevel or the main
deck and running In a iore-and-nft dinc
tion Irom the center or the forward to the
center of the after barbette. On top
or the main side armor belt will rest a rlat
steel dirk two and three-quarters Inches
thick, and forward and abaft .the ma
chinery and boiler spaces this elects will
be inclined ai the eiihs, and the thickness
on Hie slojes incriased to three and five
To further protect the vessel ngalnst
raking fire athwartshlii. bulkhead., of armor
ten and twelve indies thick will be placed
at the points where the deck Joins the In
The Kearsarge and her slsler ship will
be driven by two stls of triple-expansion
engines. In separate compartments, ac
tuating twin screws.
There will lie nosiiecd premiums, a penalty
of $lT),O0t)a knot being Imposed forrallure
to reach the contract speed or sixteen
knots Tor four consecutive houra. If the
peed rails lieiow fifteen knots, whkh Is
luglilv improbable, the vessel may. In the
Pre-ident discretion, be reecled alto
gether. COMPARED WITH OTHERS.
It is conservatively estimated that the
Kearsarge, in coiumfssion, will have suf
ficient ammunition aboard to kill or
disable over a million pereons, and that
she will be able to fire it all a way -within
rive hours the calculated duration limit
or a rierce fight afloat.
Kvery comparison or these snips wuu any
foreign battle ulp, built or building, is
i learlv favorable to the Amerknn design.
Tile United states ships will carry heavier
guns and more of them, and heavier armor,
more widely distributed and protecting
more thoroughly the vitals of the ship and
gun crews. Vhile their normal speed of
sixteen knots will In- less on paper than
that or some foreign battle ships. It Is
notabletIi.it it will be obtained with a very
moderate forc'il clrart for a period or four
hours nn.I without unduly pushing Hie
engines, so that at any time- this velocity
can be duplicated by ourrvcsseI, foreign
II, ."showing; Deck 1'luii.
battle ships notoriously never again ap
proaching their siuglc-measured mile trial
The United States has never fallen into
this error with its liattieshlps, butlnevery
case has required that the maximum cm
tract speed should be obtained under
conditions whldi could be reproduced at
any time upon a well-.lrllled ship. As
illustrative of thin point, tlic Indiana, upon
her recent orricial trial run, although she
had been iu tte water for over a year
and presumably lost half a knot through
tile roughness of her bottom, due to accu
mulated marine growth still averaged a
rirtecn and one-half liiut rate four hours,
the contract requirement lining fifteen
only. The Indiana i lass may prove to lie
really Fixteen-not ships, ami battle ships
os..'i and G, with about the sdmeextreme
speed, are adapted to maneuver In com
pany wuu inem.
NEW I'ENSIOX LAWS
SiiKKe-t ions Contained In Assist nut Sec
retary Hey nold-,' Iteport.
The report of Assistant Secretary Rey
nolds, of the Interior Department, states
that Rratirvlt.gris,ults have followed the
passage ot Hie act relating to the payment
of accrued pensions, which was rccom
mended to Congress .1 year ago and re
ceived the signature ot Hie President March
legislation Is recommended which wiP
define with more certainty the pension
able rights or iiiluor children in those cases
where the soldier dies leaving no widow
The suggestion for n more uniform rule
for pruof of marriage In pension eases is
Stress is again laid upon the recom
mendation for legislation which will ec
cure to wives and children of pensioners
who unlawfully nliandon those dependent
upon them, a portion or the bounty paid
such pensioner, and also for such legislation
which 'will remedy the evils arising from
the mnnnncr of making the quarterly pay
menu by checks at the agencies to certain
weak and incompetent persons, who, ou
such occasions, are subject to schemes of
designing Individuals, and are thereby in
duced to squander their pension money.
CZAItE WITCH IS WOltSK.
Court Thyslelan nnd Family Hastily
Summoned to ttio Ciiuctf,ux.
Bt. Petersburg, Nov. 22. Drs. Slmonskl
and Sheresslefrski, court phjslclans, have
gone to Abbas Tuman, in the Caucasus, in
obedience to a summons to attend the Grand
Duke George, the Czarewitch, whose con
dition has, become very much worse.
The Dowager Czarina, the Grand Duke"?
moti.er, nnd her daughter, the Grand
Duchess Xenia, and her husband are also
hastening to the Czarcwiteh's bedside.
ttrul Estate Transfers.
Heeds of transfer filed for record yes
terday: Milton Dammami to George W.
Milford. south rifteen feet, ot lot 6, square
B21, ?10 and other consideration. Will
iam S. Morrison et ux to Louisa Tompkins,
lot 17, Ashford Ac Ridoat's null-division,
square 1282, $10. James T. Parker et
ux to Joseph t". Clicny, lot 3, Gilbert's sub
division of Takotua, SoOO. Georgo A.
Batchelder et ux to R. N. Batchclder, lot
3, Hubbard's sub-division of lots 1, 2,
3, and 4, square 152. .510. Blanche C.
Jones et ux to Olive Horsey Ewing, caRt
fifteen feet or lot 41), Bond's sub-dlvjsion
of lot 6. square 724, 56,200. Henry
Wise Garnett, trustee, to Raielgli w.
Ilobson. lot 85, Bnlloch's sub-division of
square 211. S10. It. H. Warner et ux to
Dudley T. Hassoni lot I!i4. Manogue's sub
division of lots 1 to 13. ?10. Dudley T.
llnssou to Charles Early, lot 194. same
sub-division as preceding, 510. Samuel
Taylor et ux to Richard J. Marshall, lot
75. souare 017. S10. Thurin.in .T. Hh.i.1,1
et ux to Henry Lewis, lot 20, section 1, of
iKirry ruuii, ?avu.
Herbert Becllnt-M ttio Invitutlon.
Secretary Herbert, as In the cases ol
Boston and New York, has declined the in
vitation of the Philadelphia Chamber of
Commerce to attend their banquet on the
1 '; SPECIAL
For today wo will offer this line Jacket at a little
more than half the r.gfilirprico It Is made
in latest stylo. Box front ripple baclt largo
mauiloliu sleeves. Flidsbal in best possible
manner Actual valjej I.UA). For 10-dar,
734-736 Seventh St. N. W.
FOIt l.OCKF.II-OlTT illllVEHsj.
Sub-crlptloiM Coming hi lo TlioTiniCH
Poverty liu. In many lutiincrK, Intil
lis. lilt lid lipim tlli'IocktHl-ont.eiiiploytt
of tin- AnncoMla Strciit Itnilroiid. In
Mime families affected lliero Is ilcL
nesfl mid Kiiffcrluir.
Tlicxo vv onion and children urn
worthy objects of v'""''"' "d tho
relief fund storied by Tho Tillies is
Itelovv Ik tin? amount received to
date, all ot which Is turned over to
the Street llallvvuy Cmou.
C. G. Co 1111 v $25 00
T-aundry Workers, K. of L.. 5 00
D. A.IIU.K. ofL 2,500 00
U. V. I-awrenoo 1 00
Pointers' I,. A. ITIS.K. or L. 10 (HI
Ecct'iitrluKiigliicer 5 IH)
Samuel Solomon 5 00
CurrlUKi'iind Wairoii .Milkers. 5 11(1
l'nperliu.iiKor' Assombly.. .. 5110
l'liisterp.rs'As'jMiibly 25 00
Operative. .Stonemasons' As-
soc!atloiiXo.2,!I.M.aiidI.ir. IO DO
Cash 1 50
A Woman 50
Tin and .Sheet-Iron Workers,
No. 2l:l I, K. or 1 6 OO
Bakers Monumental Assem
bly, L. A. 2:lM, K. ot I. 5 OO
T. -M. Judge,. In 1 OO
M. C. Murray, Tex 1 OO
Washington Musical Assem
bly 5 00
llotlllng House Employ es. . .. 11 (10
BtlKi'rs' Drivers, I..A. 104)1.. 5 00
International I'rliilln Press
men's Union IOOO
Local Union, III), I.. A 5110
Clerks' Assembly, LI A. 125!). 5 OO
RUCOKI) 01" THE COURTS..
Court of Appeals, -Chief Justice Alvey,
Justices Shepherd and McComas National
Express and Transportation Company vs.
liurdett: argument of continued. It. and
O. R. R. Co. vs. Dougherty; argued by
couiicl. Colbert for nDpellaut and Moulton
and-Laskey for appellee.
Equity. Court No. 1. Chief Justice Iling
bam Kohler v?: Kohlert ainetuttn,iit .iriiin
allowid. United States ,s. Luchs; lurthcr
Lqulty Court No. 2, Justice Hagner
lieach vs. Beach et nl.j order dleharglng
restraining order. Streamer vs. streamer;
Circuit Court No. 1, Justice Bradley
ClemmoiH vs. Ratcosiu; Judgment by de
fault. Hoebler A; C". vs V.'heatley; Judg
ment by default, t-ehafrer & Co. vs itetz
erott; Judgment by deraiilt. Middle states
lluildlng. Loan and Trust Co. vs. Iiwrence;
clerk ordered to return to apH'Uant's at
torney money deposited as se-curlty for
costs. Olmstead vylli case; Jury respited
Criminal Court No. 1, Justice Cole
Gaither vs. Hall; scaled verdict ordered
Criminal Court. No. 2, Justice Cox
United Slates vs. John Johnson, fornica
tion: verdict, not guilty. I'niteil Stales
vs. Fnslrrlck Herlsrt. embezzlement; ver
dict, not guilty. United States vs. Will
lam Sims, alias James Sims, housebreak
ing; 011 trial.
Orphans" Court. Justice Hagner Court
sat al 11 a. 111. IMate or Catharine B.
Bayllss. order of sale. Estate of Robirt
W. Shufeldt: will proved. Estate of
Thomas Murphy; proof or publication and
citation vs. John -Murphy, returnable No.
vcmlier 20. lfctio. Estate or James E.
Pugh: order admitting will to record, and
granting letters testamentary to Alice L.
t'ugn. Kstate or Anna M.M.m.liytlioticc
or appeal hv the vestry or St. John's Cnurcii,
and appeal bond nnd stipulation flits I.
bstate or Lizzie S. Lanin; petition or
iMultl S. Lamb for proof and letters of
administration: order publication. Estate
of Chnrli M. Giuck: order or publication.
Henry F. Gitz. guardian or John Biisslns;
application for an allowance; order for
541 per month. Estate of Sarah J. John
ston; will proved. -Estate of Osceola C.
Green; petition to sell stock and order of
ale. Charles B. Gilbert, guardian of
William Bishop, petition ami order of
appointment. Albert Tolson appointed
guardian of orphans or John T0N011; bond.
$300; answer of Niard ofChiidreu's guard
lans. Estate or Nicholas White; petition
ot J. Blake Kendall, and order 10 refund
to Lewis M. Cramer and Thomas Bligh.
Estate of Stella II. Conger: order of sale.
Estate of 'George S. Falrrax; finaL
account or executor riled. tstate
ot Hngar Randall; final account or ex
ecutor passed. Estate ot William II.
Slack; order authorizing collector to as
sent to delivery or pine chest, said to
contain silverware, to Mary Kemble Slack.
John F. Vogt. guardian to Lena Phillips:
fluid account and rtcvint of release of
word filed. Estate or Deeey Ann Cole
man: order granting letters ot administra
tion 10 H. II. Brown: bond sr.00. Julia W.
Simons, guardian loThmisSlmons;eIchtli
account passed. Charles, D. Eeatty, guar
dian to Harriet S. Wright; second account
nned. r.stnte of Charles N. Lamer: nell-
llou or John 1). Lamer and order Tor proof"
or will and letters lestameiuarv. i-.stat-or
Ida Ellen Wood; order admitting will
and appointing Court I'. Wood adminis
trator. Thomas S. Tusker, guardian: or
der or reference to Janies G. Payne, audi
tor. Estale or James It. Glllen; order al
lowing collector to pay John H. Gheen
$5G.2S. Ella F. Harris appointed guar
dian over orphans or Itlchurd II. Harris;
bond $2,000. William E. Roche appointed
geartlian over Waller Roche et al.; bond
$200. Estate of Patrick Daly; final nc
coiint passed. Estale or Henry C May;
final account or executors passed. Estate
or Marv Jane l'reinkert; final nrcount of
executrix passed. Charlotte Prelnkert.
guardian; first account passed. JoepUlne
Webster appointed piiann.in to Julia J.
Sullivan et al.; bond- $2,000.
DO TOtJ THINK THAT "TAX-l'AY-KHS
SHOULD GO INTO DHHTYOIt
A NEW SY.STE.M OF SITWEItAGE
AND FOtt STIIEET EXTENSION
AND JMVItOVHSIENTS INSIDE
THE CITY l'ROPEIl?
DO YOU THINK THAT TAX-l'AY-EI1S
SHOULD GO INTO DEBT FOIt
STUIJET EXTENSION AND 1M
VHOVHMEXTS OUTSIDE THE
Low nates lo Baltimore on Account
ot the I'iuillei) Unces.
The Pennsylvania. Railroad will sell, on
account of tho Piiulico races, November 19,
23 and 28, for any rrg liar train, up to and
including 12:15 noun,.ar.d returning, good
on any regular train on date of Issue, ex
cursion tickets to Baltimore at rate of
$1,23, including admission cvupon. In
addition, excursion tickets will lie sold
daily, except Sunday, clilrlng the period of
the races, Waslilngion to Baltimore and re
tarn, good for six das;, at rale of $2, in
eluding admission coupai.
C H. Javlns A Spns will have on exhi
bition, Saturday, 23d, first Totomac roe
jliad caught of the season.
KEEPS POISON OUT
POISON IN THE 1ILOOD THE KID
NEYS FILXK11 IYOUT AXDKEEI
THE BLOOD l'unil THEY
VJIOTECT TJS FHOM MANY
DANG UltOUS DIS
EASES. What Happens When They Get Out
of Order How to Cure
Most diseases are caused by poison In the
Tlie poison should be kept out.
The kidneys are supposed to do this.
That Is what they are there for.
And they generally do. But when they
are sick they can't; and then we get sick.
The kidneys may get sick from overwork,
worry, excess, high living, etc.
The reason so many of our great men
die from Bright' disease fs that so many
Brights' disease is only cue of tho many
diseases the root of which lies In the kid
neys. Other folks surfer from diabetes, rheu
matism, gout, gravel, sleeplessness, anae
mia, nervousness, headache, neuralgia,
All these diseases would go If the poison
could be got out of your blood. If the
kidneys would only do their work. If you
would only take Dr. Ilobb's Sparagus
Kidney Pills to make your kidneys do
It Is not jour kidneys' fault.
You should be trying to help them.
You can do It by taking Dr. Ilobb's
Sparagus Kidney Pills.
It Is such an easy piece of knowledge
l'our kiduevs are simply filters. They
need looking to now and then like other
fillers, ir they are kept clean ami healthy,
they will keep lour blood clean and healthy,
and you will tie strong and healthy.
Asparagus Is 11 healing and strengthen
ing tonic for the kidneys.
Dr. Ilobb's Spnmgus Kidney rills give
fresh life ami power to the kidneys.
They cause the kidneys to purify Hie
blocsl. to make It redder and healthier
and more nourishing. They put new life
into your tssly. new color Into your
blood, ucw iimblliou into jour mind, new
youth into your Joints and muscles.
They do not Avork miracles.
But they cure diseases.
Dr. Ilobb's Sparagus Kidnej- Pills have
cured so many people that they can be
sartly relied ou to cure jou.
They will cure you. not because they
have cured others, but because they are
made from herbs which have never failed
to cure the kidneys when taken In the
They were prepared by a physician who
knows how to cure the kidneys.
A fe'W doses wilt relieve. A few boxes
Sold by all druggists for BO cents per
liox. or sent postpaid on receipt of price.
Write for Interesting pamphlet on the
subject lo Ilobb's .Medicine Co., Ctiicngo
or Han Francisco.
WAI.I.EIt'S THIAL "WAS TAlll.
Mate Depart nient Has So Decided the
The termination of tiie Waller case ap
pears to be near at hand. .Mrs. Waller, the
wife or the imprisoned consul, has been
notified by the State Department that this
government has concluded that the court
martlalwhlehirlcdand convicted Waller was
regular, and that there was nothing what
ev er crooked in the proceedings. The pre
liminary to his immediate release from the
French prison Is a declulmer from blm or
his wife of any intention to claim an in
demnity for the arrest and Incarceration.
If Waller desires an unconditional release'
he can get it. Already intimations have
come from France that if he wilt agree to
be released and not to elalm a iwcuularj- In
demnity he will b immediately given 'his
The French government, however, de-ellnc-s
to entertain any proposition what
ever as to the pajment of an Indemnity.
The release or Waller can only be secured
by the Secretary or State asklug that it le
done as an act of courtesy to the United
The proceed! ns of Hie now famous court
martial which convicted Waller in Mada
gascar, and which, it is claimed, by his
friends, was Irregular and did not give
Waller a fair trial, have been in the pos
session of the State Department for the
past two weeks, and a careful study of the
papers by Mr. Olney has satisfied him that
Waller was legally and fairly tried, and
that he has nothing to expect except re
lease from prison.
Mr. Olr.ey lias communicated these facts
to Mrs. Waller anil her attorneys In this
city, with the suggestion that It would
be advisable to consult Mr. Waller's wi-h
In tbe matter. The attorneys are in favor
of accepting the terms proposed by the Sec
retary in order to secure the release or
Waller, but Mrs. Waller Is not willing to
do this, and hangsout fora financial recom
pense from the French government.
Mrs. waller Insists that her husband shall
not be consulted about the matter by the
State Department, claiming that in his
sick and enfecblc-d condition he would be
willing to accept anything that would se
cure his liberty.
HOWGATE NOT MANACLED.
Taken to Alluuiy by Warden Leonard
and Capt. Itansdell.
Warden Leonard and Capt. Ramsdcll
left yestcrdav over the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad with Capt. Hinry W. How
gate for Albany, N. Y., to deliver him to
the prison authorities.
The three were driven from the Jail at
an earl' hour, arriving nitl-e depot shortly
before til ehour for tbe departure of the
train, which was due about 7 o'clock.
It is understood that Capt. Howgate was
not manacled, and probably the casual
witnesses of Ids departure with the two
officials would not know that he was in
their charge, unless they should recognize
Capt. Howgate's sentence, as heretofore
stated in The Times, was for eight jears
four years upon e-ach of the counts in
There is a strong sentiment in the com
munity in favor of an appeal to the Pres
ident "ror a pardon In behalf-of the pris
oner, and it may eventuate later In the
circulation of a petition.
M Ss Ida Howgate was not at the depot,
having already bade him good by yesterday
afternoon at the Jail. The Ic.ivtStaking
wns a most nffcclionateone between father
and the daughter,- wtohas stood faitlifully
by him ever since his arrest.
Olinstend Cae AriruiiieiitN. '
The nttorneys in the Olmstead will case
liegan their arguments yesterday. "Sir.
R. Ross Perry leading for the caveator.
The Jury was respited before court ad
journed until Monday morning. It is ex
pected that the attorneys will occupy an
aggregateot three clays in the presentation
of the case.
Has Finished His Term.
John Henry Snowdcn, the colored tioy
who was sentenced List September to
fifty-three days' Imprisonment in tho Dis
trict Jail for forging his grandmother's
name, was released yesterday morning.
He came into the 8econd precinct last night
looking for some of Ills personal property,
which he had left there when arrested.
SenlMHird Air Uno to Atlanta on Ac
count of .Manhattan Dnj- Exercies.
Seaboard Air Line offers to Its patrons
the low rale of $14, round trip to Atlanta,
on account ot Manhattan day ceremonies.
These tickets, sold under date of 21st,i22d
and 23d, good to return within ten daj-s.
This Is in addition to the same low rate
tickets sold every Tuesday and Thursday
during the exposition. The Seaboard Air
Line operates tbe best service In the South.
IU trains are moved on sehrdule"tltne. It
charges no extra fares. Passengers by this
line arrive at and depart from UnloirSta
tlon. Same facilities for reaching exposi
tion grounds enjoj-ed by any line handling
exposition travel. Don't be misled by state
ments to the contrary.
AID FOIt KX-CONFEDEILVTES.
Congressman Oteyof Virginia. lru-
poses National Ase-lstance.
Hon. Tetcr J. Otey, who represents the
Lynchburg district, ' 'Virginia, 'In' the
House, lias prepared a bill which will
create a sensation as soon ns be Introduces
It in Congress. .-..-. -
Mr: Oley-s bill provli'es that the United
States Government shall appropriate an
nually a sum not to cxcrcib f iwr crnti
on $27,000,000, to be applied lo Hie relief
of disabled and dependent e-x-ConfcsIeratc
soldiers in proportion as each State of the.
late Confederate Stntes may appropriate
and exiiend for thesame' purpose'. ' r ' '
Mr. Oiey asks lor this amount because,
as he sajs, the abandoned property cap
tured from the people of Hie Confederate -States
and sold and covered Into theUuited
Slates Treasury amounted lo $27,000,000.
The preamble to this unusual measure
sets forth that while the United States 'Is '
under no obligation in law or usage to
make provision for those who fought
against the Union, it is reccgnlzed that
the Confederate soldiers lire now Its own
citizens, pajlng taxes and licharglng all
or their duties as sucli in a patriotic man
ner, sjpporting cheerfully the United
States Government In peace and eager to
do so in war.
Aid is to be extended to disabled and
dependent ex-Confederates because the
United States, moved by the spirit ot hu
manity, fraternity, and magnanimity la
sympathize with those who have sufrcred
by the casualties or war, desires to eou
tribjte to the alleviation of the necessities
and wants of such as arc notnblelnadvnuu
iug years to support themselves.
The manner in which this assistance ue
tobegiven Is outlined as rollows: Thegov
ernor ot any Confederate State will e'ertlfy
to the Treasurer of the United States that
a certain amount has been appropriates! and
expended from the treasury of that State
for soldiers" homes and their supjwrt, arti
ficial limbs, and the maintenance and sup
lort uf disabled and dependent ex-Confederate
soldlersor their widows, with a sworn
statement of the proper disUirstng officvr,
giving tne names or those to wnmir n;a nas
lieeu furnished and the amount, to each
and the amount expended n soldiers'homeu
and their support. When this Uaseen done
the Treasurer of the United Stales shall pay
over to the governors of the Stales vemiply
Ing with the provisions stated above a like
amount to lie similarly applied.
Mr. Otey says that theolijcitloujliattjdsj
wuuui iiv pensioning eje-couiceiernces III not
well put. Regular pensions average a per
capita of $2.50 or Hie population ot the
United States by the census of 18D0, and this
bill i-arrles an appropriation of only two
cents per capita of the lsjpulation.'
It will bo interesting to note how tills
proisjsttioa will be received by Republican
statesmen who are hoping to break the solid
South iu next year's Presidential election.
GEItM AN DHAMATIC CLUB.
It Will Fre-sent Two Plays Early In
The German Dramatic Club will give its
first performance of the season ou Decem
ber 0 at WlUard Hall. The bill for the
evening will consist of two, comedies, "Die
Watil" nnd "Romeo and Juliet," by Lnm
Icy, translated Into German by Mls Kch.ide.
Those taking part are as follows: Miss
Maedet, Miss UIke, Miss Bidden: MUM -
Anita Kchade. Messrs. Fricbus, Boelter.
Drop and Altrup.
At a recent election of officers held by
the club Mr. Friebus was uikinimously
eiecteil president and -Mls Scliade .vice
president. The club will continue as before,
giving one performance aTnnntlr.t,Ttre,M
clals held last winter will hediseontinucd.
Pennsylvania Ilatlrond to Baltimore
Saturday and Sunday", November 23 'and
24, valid for return passage until Monday,
the 20tD. Rate $1.23. Good on any train.
Financial and Commercial
- . -
New York Stock Alaraer.
Furnlsnedby Frank Wilson Brown, broker.
On nit Io. aos
American Tobicco....... 1W Uli S2tj Ms.,
Aienisoii. iop&.,&Ai. ona icg itg jesfc
Canada southern MH Mt4 Sts 5lt
CoL Fuel & Iron iOii S0t,,'3Ui 3JU
C.R JtWuIncy Hi H? 8-U.i My
C C. C & St, Louis. 41 10 40S
Chesapeake i Ohio 131J IS"i lilt j-ij.
tbicraa S3C, ts, 62H a
Ulslllier tL Cattle teX IS, I9U 1 z IBl.-
ueiairare a iiuasou..
New Jersey Central .
lib', lSSi, 12S; US';
14 ISX- "H '"it
3HJ, 3au 30lJ WU
W4 W'4 1U 10711
1S0U 1S1 ll'J'a UVi
5SU 53i 51i jh;
Nat. Lead 204 30l, 30L, S&,
Leather nrf ......
Northern PaclOc pla.
Nevr York Ceatlal....
N. Y. Oas
KocW Island ..........
9iCj Il Wti
jiMi itov; trcai icsic
U-i 147 in iu;
jer nv -rw-YJJT
. m oj ki k;
1I4 lis' J 1 s
! 'i ! H-.
Tennessee Coat .Elroo... S? Sit?
Texasl'acinc eH t?s
Wa&ajn prefeirej. IssJ l;t
Western ciuion'Fel &7 STi
x. div. 1 per ct
Op's. HI;!. Low. Cloa
W nr at.
December tS 565i 53?s 55'-U
May..-. 60U 6c3-j COJj W.V54
December. 2TJJ J7U-?S !S? KB
Hay 29S "Js-Jl J s
Decembcr ITJHs ITK-ji 17i ir?i-'j
May 'JJ4 -JOU J3?s aya-Ja
January 8.60 SB 880 83J
Slay an .33 117 i.tt -
January S.43 5.M E.45 5.50
May 5.57 5.72 5.67 5.7J
Br ark ltiai-
Jauuary . 4.43 4 47 4.12 4 47
May 4.7U tn 4.70 " 4.TJ
Open, nish Low. Close.
Dtcerrber e.&! 8W asi S
J.ttltary. 8.33 B.S3 aK 8 S3
Fetruary S." 6.S7 a. 8.30
llaich S.H 8.41 8.33 8 33
VVnshlncton Stosk Cxcnan;.
Sales Metropolitan it. It. 10 at 1K: I.ln
co.n Fire Insurance, 3 at 74, 3 at 64.
GOVEKNUENrEOSD 1)11 XstM.
ITS. 4'a. K ltlH 1"
IT. S. 4' C tllj- llSl,i
U.S.4-B 193 ISOh
l'.S.5's -19UI IllVr
ferbW "2u-yeir Kiindluc" 101
I'sl'JUl "V ater Moos-currency.... .15 ......
'.'lWl "Waterstoet'tnirrencr..... US ....
3.65'f IW1 "KunLtlnc'eurreucy. ...... Ill
SH'aReg. s-io's, i3J3-iao; lto '
MetRRConv fl's, 1D01 115 113JX
MetRRCour5's lbT t
Belt R lt5'al!Ul 81?T S7
Ectiuston R RS's. IS'ib-lDU 1C0 101
Columbia R RtVs. 1914 IlIJX lit
VosUi;aCo,Ser A. 6. lJ-'i7.... 112
MashGasCo. fcer B,6'. IStH-'ia.... in
WaantJas CoConri'i. 1WI 1.B 1J3
IT. t. JJec Lleht ConrS's. 1IU1 133
Chesapeake JtTotomaoTeUS'a.... luo 105
Amer sec ,v Trust 5's. 1Mb lot)
Amor aeco: Trust 5'a, l'JOi. 10U .;....
Vasli Market Co lit ITs. IbV-'-fJIl
fT.ojJO retired annually 110
Hash Mark Co Lxt'nti's, 191t-'.T.... Ill)
Vin Lt lntaatry 1st 6 s. 1901 .100
XITXOXAL BANK STOCKS
Bank ot Washington 23 300
BanK ofltepublic tlJ
Metropolitan. 35 300
Central - 2M
Farmers ana Mechanics'.. 1SJ
Second. ..2 1Z3 110
Columbia. U) 110
West hud US
Traders ; 104
Ohio................ .......... .. 83 ......
SAFX DEFCSIT AND TRTST CD'S.
NatSale Deposits Trust K3 ID
ash Loan i Trust 119 '121)4
Amtocurlty Trust 13V 14.1
WasbtafoDeiioslt CO 73
Capital Traction Co .".. 75 SO
Metropolitan 10JW ,103
Columbia .) 13
SILSBY & GG.
Commission Stock Brokers
J. R. WILLARD & CO
FRANK WILSON BROWN,
1335 F Street Northwest.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
Direct Trlrat. Wtr.s I Long Distance
, tc Telephone,
Principal Cities. I 1414.
MESSRS. THEO. W. MYERS &. CO.,
No. 4-7 New St., New York,
t Members of the New York Stock Exchange.
INTEREST IS ALLOWED ON
DEPOSITS on dailv Icilancc-B subject
to check. Tbos who have account
open that uruallv hare balances to
ttiei- credit should consider the ad
vantage of tuch balances EARNING
INTEREST. It i credited on your
nats liook. added to the principal, and
made subject to your check.
JOHN JOY EDSON rreiklect
JOHN A. 8WOPE .. Vice President
II. H. CLMMINGS 2d Vice Fren't
JOHN R. CARMODY .. .. Treajurer
ANDREW PARKER .. .. Secretary
Loan & Trust Co.
COR. 9th AND F STS.
and others who'e occupations prarem
them from making deposit, during
regular bunking hours will find it con
venient to visit the
IJnlon Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W.
which is open EVERY SATURDAT
NIOHT bet wcea the houtiof 0 and 8.
(Four per cent, intern: oa tarlnga
BEWARE OF BURGLARS
Tbe pretence of the two racotracka
" draw a great manr tbleres to
this city. De wary Kent a Safo
Deposit Box of inla company,
wherein to store jcor valuable
paprr?, Jewelry, ate. t3 nnd nj,
according to size and location.
American Security and Trust
Co., 1405 G St.
C. J. BELL. rrwMent.
H0DGEN COMMISSION CO.,
Brokers and Dealers
.. . is ....
Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Provisions-
Local Offices Rooms 10, 11, 12 Corcoran Build
In? 03 7th rt. opposite Patent OfJce.
,02ces Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washlngtoc
"Ve are sellloc for $C 50 are a ear
piiso to the otner merchant. To
see them you would never think
they were a cheap suit; there le all
the style about them tf eastern
Garner & Co.,
Cor. 7th and H Sts-
1 $10 sons
Made of good Tweeds.
Che lots, Caslmerea,
lit cuiranteed. You pay
S or i-Si anywhere elie.
A. HORN, 613 F St. N.
Simple Koota, Barks and
lierbs carefuliyT-educeit to pow
der. Mix it yourself with pure
water and youhavea sovereign
medLtna. 41 box makes three
Helt.... .... 30
beorgetownanil Tenallrrown... .. .... 80
Washington nag. Ctj -
Ueorgolown Oaa - 43
L. tc tlectrlo Lib.t laljg 133
Firemena .... 40
Lotropolitaa cvs ......
lotoraac es .....
Arlinston . 110
German American 1C0
National Union 9 121$
Cclumtla '. 12 13c.
Rife' 7JB 8V
l'eople'a 514 8
Lincoln. Jj ttj
CumracrciaL i 511
TITLE 1NSHIANCK STOCKS
Real IstateTitle 107 lie
Columbia Tills. .-: 7 k
Washington Title 7
District Title 9 12
PennsylTania 87 ......
Cbosapea&o anu rotomac... .... 50 52
American Ciripnophotie .......... 3li SH
lneuinat!c (iuu larriase.. ......... .25 .85
Washington Market. 14
Great falls tee 125 133
Bull Run Panorama. 30
Lincoln Halt 60
Mcrgactlialer l.taotype. sit ......
Baltimore. Nov. 22. Flour quiet re
ceipts, 1(5,869 barrels; shipments, 24,73
barrels; tales, ICO barrels. Wheat dull and
easy spot, 04 l-4a 1 1-2; month, 04 l-4a
04 1-2; December, 04 1-3aGt3-4; May,
08 3-ia08 1-2; sbamer No. 2 red, 61 l-4a
61 1-2 receipts, 10,470 bushels; shipments.
20,000 buRlielsr stock. 482,S4t bushels;
sales, 85.000 bushels southern wheat by
sample, OnaOSl 2; do. 011 trrade, 01 3-la,
04 3-4. Com easy spot, 34 l-2a34 3-4:
month, .14 l-2a34 3-4; November, new and
old, 34 l-4a34 3-8; year.'SS 3-4a34; Janu
ary, 31 1-2.-134 G-&; February, 33 3-4a34;
steamer mixed, 32 3- t:i33 receipts, 73.22r,
buMiels; sliipiuents, r0,22.r bushels; stock,
020,507 bushels: Kales. 4G.CO0 bushels
southern white corn. 33 l-2a35r couthcra
vello w corn, 33 3-4a35 1-4. Oats quiet
No. 2 mixed, frfctionally lower; No. 2
whlte,23a2.I I 2: No. 2 mixed, 22 1-2 asked
receipts, 8,000 busbeb; stock. 244.U52
bushels. Rye inactive No. 2, 43a44;
nearby: 4Ga47 wistcru receipts; 1,141
bushels; stock, 04,800 bushels. Hay firm
choice timothy. $15.50 atkrtl. Groin
freights dull, demand Mow. rates easy
steam to Liverpool unchanged; Cork for
orders unchanged. Susar steady, un
changed. Iliitterflnn, unchanged. Egirt-
fresh, 23. Cheese firm, unchanged.
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