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THE MOUNTING TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 8, 1897.
POSTHJIRKSHIIST BE PLAH
Postmasters Ordered to Clean
Their Cancellation Stamps.
THE $3 RATE
Tlif Desj't'-Shoes for tbe Price in America.
Doctor McCoy Makes This Extension Because of a False
Report He will Have No Misunderstanding No Dis
appointment He Will, in His Own Way, Teach the
Lesson that Every Announcement Which He Makes He
Means Literally.
TJp to lac first of September Doctor
lWoOoj gave all the opportunity of plac-
Uiemselves under treatment at tbe
rie ef 3 a moatli. Tliat all who placea
thefWuves under treatment were to be
trMubnoi for one month, but just as
long as C?ey needed treatment, at this
rate. DaotorjfeaCoy endeavored to make
as plain as hconnld. Tills -was the
Gseoatlal thins in Uie offer, the thins about
It that made it a splendid ptoo: of benevo
lence that the $8 rate was given not
for a month, but that it was given to all
"UNTIL TUBr WERE CURED.
Now. as the month following this offer
passes, many of the patients who placed
Ujemfcolvos under treatment during August
ask as a special privilege that to which they
are plainly entitled, i. e., that they be
avowed to renew their treatment for a
second month at the $3 rate. It is from
them that Doctor McCoy learns that the
report that the S3 rate was given only
for one month was circulated.
Now, Doctor McCoy is not accustomed to
being misunderstood, at least not upon
essential matters. He has tried to make
the lessons he lias sought to teach very
plain. He has taught many lessons in
Ibis city, but he finds that he has one
more to teach, and tiiis lesion is that
he means literally what he says m every
announcement. In order to make thisles
oa plain, he win continue the offer of
the $3 rate until the 1st of November
to all.
All new patients placing theui
kcIvuk uuder treatment, and till old
putieuts who reuew their treatment
before ICoveuiber 1st, will be treated
UNTIL CUHI2D at tbe rate of $3 a.
mouth. This applies to all diseases.
HEARS AGAIN PERFECTLY.
"W. U. Cooper, 1430 N Y. ave. nw.:
"I lMd been deaf for over two years, My
trouble began with a buzzing noise in to?
left qw. Now 1 hear perfectly: tJie writes
in ray left oar have stopped, aud I hear
as well as I ever did in my life."
HEARING SUDDENLY RESTORED.
Gharles Armstrong, 1037 1-2 11th
et. nw; "My right ear wai stone deaf.
"VVim it I could not hear one sound, aevr
mind bow load. My left ear was also quite
deaf. After being under treatment some
time, my bearing returned to me suddenly."
CAN HEAR A WHISPER.
Bcrihu Slny Scutr, 713 I st. sw.,
aged tWrusen years, lier mother said:
"When Hertha was eighteen months old
the began to lose her hearing. She grew
deaf gradually, both cars being affected,
and at one time her bearing be-ame so
bad that I was obliged to take her from
fccbool. Now sue can hear a whisper."
t
AMONG THE WORKINGMEK
The LaLorers' Protective Union
Permanently Organized.
The Object Stnted to Be the Amelio
ration of the Tollers of the
District of Colambia.
A permanent organization of the La
borers Protective Union was effected last
evening by tlte adoption of a constitution
and bylaws and the election of the follow
ing officers:
President, Mortimer King; vice presi
dent, Henry Dlckhon; secretary, C. B.
Morse; treasurer, Teyton Bradley; guide.
L. L. Mayhoe; guardian, Frank Stewart;
trustee?. "W. P. Overton, W. P. Glover,
and C. L- Mayhoe.
The object of the union is to ameliorate
the condition of the workingmen in the
District, ad by co-operation, after serious
consideration, pursue conservative method.
In securing and maintaining the rights of
the 'wage-earners of all crafts and callings.
The organization is composed wholly of
that class of workmen oommonly known
us "laborers." Since the first meeting
at which a temporary organization was
formed, tho workmen of the city have
taken u deep interest in the proposed
union and the membership has increased
steadily until now numerically it ranks
among the strongest.
The next meeting of the union will be
bold September 25 at Havenner's Ball.
A largely attended meeting of Mount
Ternoa Assembly of rainters, No 1758,
3L of L., was held last evening at the
Labor Bureau. Tiie only matter bejond
the routine which demanded the attention
of the acembly was a communication from
tiie Huddtag Trades Council, m reply to
the uppHcatioo of the painters for mem
bership. As has heretofore been stated
tbe condition upon which the council would
admit Uie Mount Vernon Assembly to mem
bofdWp is that it should withdraw from
the order at the Knights of Labor.
After the meeting one of the most prom
inent and active members of the as
sembly aid that fcucb a proposition would
not be entertained, so theycommunlcation
Trow the Buildtas Trades Council was not
diKHSSQd.
The general executive board of the
Knight of Labor adjourned last evening.
No business of a local nature was con
sidered. T)r. Barton's New Lectnre.
On Monday next, September 20, Rev.
Tbotnas Chalmers Easton, D. D., will de
livnr his new lecture, entitled "Tile moral
and social relation of the American wago
eurners," in the lecture room of the
Eastern Presbyterian Church. No adtr.ls
won fee will be charged.
$2.00. S2.00.
This is the Tale to Atlantic City and re
turn via tbe best and only all-rail route.
Pennsylvania Railroad excursion next
Saturday and Sunday. selG-3t
Are Yon Going to Bttltimoro
next Sunday? The Pennsylvania Railroad
Is tbe only perfect line connecting the two
cities. $1.00 the round trip. te!0-3t
NTIL NOV.
1st
CURED OF GASTRIC CATARRH.
James G. CltirK, 3218 O st. nw.:
"I had catarrh of the htomach for three
years. I was troubled almost constantly
with nausea; and could not take tolld food
at all. I was bloated up constantly and
belched up quantities of gas. Now
tuy disagreeable symptoms are all gone.
I can oat anything without the least dis
tress, and consider myself completely
cured."
CURED OF ASTHMA.
Mrs. .Tennv Smith, (H)G Oth st. sw,:
'I don't think anyone ever had Asthma
Worse than I had It.
"I coughed Incessantly, and was to short
of breath that I could not He' down at
night; 1 have spent night after nlglitsittlng
up in order to get my breath.
"It was a year in July since I had my
last attack, and I feel that I am com
pletely cured."
William Blake, 1102 Trinidad
ave. ne., cured of Deafness.
FATHER AND SON CURED.
Ttobert Aiuniiiiui, 1001 F st. ne.:
'Doctor McCoy and Cowden have restored
the hearing of my son -his right ear was
totally dear and have also cured me of
very severe catarrh of the throat."
HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS.
"William H. Miller, 33B 12th st. he.:
"I had catarrh for years. My stomach
troubled me, loo, very badly. If I only
drank water It hurt me. Doctor McCoy's
treatment has cured me. I have gained
eight pounds in weight."
Consultation at Office or by
Letter Pree.
McCoy System of Medicine,
PJSK3IANKNT OFFICES,
Doctor .McCoj'S National .Practice.
7i5 13th Street Northwest.
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. in.. 1 to 5 p. m.,
6 to S p. in. daily. Sunday, 10 a. 10. to 4
p. in.
PASSKD "WORTHLESS CHECKS.
Simon Green's Method of Realizing
Small Amounts.
Simon P. Green, a middle-nged colored
man, was arrested last night by Detective
Ki'martin, charged with passing worthier-,
checks. Green lias rather the appearance
of an Industrious colored man than a forger
and does not seem tu bean expert In the
business.
Several days ago he went Into "W. E.
Ch andlce's cigar, store at the Ebbltt
House and purchased a half dozen cigars.
In payment he tendered his own check,
draws to Simon P. Green or bearer and
signed by himself, on the Ohio National
Bank for $1.75. In order to convince
the cigar dealer that his check was good
he produced a deposit hook on the same
hank, which showed a balance of between
5 and SO--
The hand writing in the bodyof the check
was different from that of the slguature,
but as the negry appeared honest Mr.
Chandlee gave him the cigars and .$1.50
in cliange. Green said he was employed at
the new city postoffice building, and If
there was any difficulty in getting tho
check cashed he would come in and make
it all right the next day.
When the check was presented at the
bank by Mr. Chandlee 's son it was learned
that no such person as Simon P. Green had
an account there, and the paper was, of
course, worthies. The matter was re
ported to the police, and last night De
tective Kilmartin found the man on Penn
sylvania avenue and locked him up in
No. 1 Elation.
Several other persons have made similar
complaint to the police of being swindled
in the same manner by Green. His checks
were all drawn for small amounts and the
net sum which he realized was not large.
Green will appear in policeeourttoday.and
the police will then have several cases of
false pretenses and forgery against him.
Catarrh for Twenty Years and
Cured in n Few Days. Nothing too
simple, nothing too hard for Dr. Agnew's
Catarrhal Powder to give relicr in an in
stant. Hon. George James, of Scrantou,
Pa., says: "I have been a martyr to
Catarrh for tAventy years, constant cough
ing, dropping in the throat and pain
in the head, very offensiA'c breath.
I tried Dr. AgncAv's Catarrhal PoAVder.
The first application gave instant relieL
After using a few bottles, all these symp
toms of Catarrh left me. It Is a great
remedy." Sold by F. S. Williams, Ninth
and F streets; Edmonds & Williams, Third
street and Pennsyl-ania aA'enue.
$2.00. $2.00.
If you are going to Atlantic City, avoid
change of cars by taking the Pennsyl
vania Railroad- Great excursion next
Saturday and Sunday. sel6-3t
In the Center of the- City.
The terminus of the Pennsylvania Rail
road in Philadelphia is in the center of the
Quaker City, and is the finest station in
America. Special excursion next Sunday
S2 round trip. telG 3t
S1.00.
$1.00.
To Baltimore,
rla the Pennsylvania Rail
road, next Sunday, September 19. There
are other rates and other rdSds, but there
is only one combination perfectly satis
factory. selG-3t
"When dizzy or drOAVsy take Bcecham'a
PUIS.
Souvenir Day, Baturday of this week,
at the Grand Union Tea Co., 621 ScA-enth
street nvr- It-cm
i II
ILLEGIBLE TYPE IS BARRED
Forty-Six Thousand Postmasters
'Without Proper Outfits Illegi
bility of Stamps May Hesult In
IhMimvul Reiisooh Set Forth by
the- Postoffice Department.
The Postoffice Departments intends to
have a legible postmark and back stamp
on every letter passing through the mails,
or it means 10 know the reason why. Out
of 70,000 postmasters it has been deter
mined by the departrnentthat only 24,000
have a complete cancellation kit.
Perry S. TIeath, Pir.st Assistant Post
master General, on May 14 last sent a circular-letter
to every po-tmaster calling
attention to tho neceity lor legibility.
Be said:
"Legible postmarking of mail mailer I
or the grealyst Importunes, to the public
as evidence before the courts, in business
transactions conducted through the mails
and in fixing the responsibility when mall
matter has been improperly handled by
post Tiiastcrr" or other pohtal employes. The
frequency of complaints in regard to de
fective postmarking makeu It netesary
for the department to udopt&evere ma asures
to remedy the trouble. Illegible post
marking Is generally tlua either to careless
ness in the method of nandllng the stamp,
improper condition of iuklng pad, failure
to keep the slump clean, improper adjust
ment of type in stamp or failure to place
letters on u rubber pad or some other
elastic tturlace when postmarking them
Much or the postmarking, especially that
at the smaller offices, is a reflection upon
the postal service. The department am
siders failure In this respect a serious mat
ter, which must be remedied at once."
Later, Mr Heath caused to be sunt to
each postmaster a card calling for im
pressions of postmarking and receiving
stamps, and aklng for information as to
the quantity and character of the type.
The returns showed thi.t G07 postmasters
hud neither stamps nor type; that 1.4U0
used stamps, the impressions fiom which
were illegible; that 1.000 were legible,
hut very poor, and that but 24,000 stamp
ing outfits were complete.
Then, to gain as much Information as
possible about the poclnark&, Mr. Heath
followed up liis circular of May 14 by
one 011 Auguet 23, which was as follows.
'IW-uuiktors are requested to secure
from tht patrons' of their several of rices
envelopes showing illegible or unsatis
factory postmarking or backstamping, and
forward the same to this oifico, Division
of Pos'offlce Supplies with a statement
showing the name of the office where the
uu.iUrtfnctory postmaking or baefcstump
Ing was done.
"Legible postmaking on every letter
paseing through the mulls is required.
Postmasters have been given fair notice,
and future failure of duty in this respect
will be called to the attention of theofficer
ha .'ing charge of appointments, and re
movals." The department has Issued a circular,
of instructions as to the use and care or
stamps, und requesting postmasters to
send in requisitions for nuch outfits as they
require that their work of cancellation
may be properly done. Michael V. Louis,
chief of the Division of Postoffice Supplies,
Is busy in filling these requisitions.
To help along the good Work begun,
Postmaster General Gary means to adopt
the best design for canceling stamp which
can b? invented. Yesterday he ordered
that Alex. Grant, assistant .superintendent
Railway Mall Service; M. W. Louis, su
perintendent division of postoffice sup
plies, and W. 'II. Lamar, a clerk in the
office of the First Assistant Postmaster
iienrrnl, be appointed a committee for
the purpose of examining new designs
or Improvements in the canceling stamp
now in use in the postal service, und to
report to the Postmaster General the
result of their investigations, with such
recommendations as they in ay deem proper
to make.
"TIic lloynl Jllue Tloolc."
Among the many advertising novelties
soon to be issued by the Baltimore and
Ohioi is one which is sure to attract a very
considerable amount of attention. It is
t be known as ''The Book of the Hoyal
Blue," and is to be issued monthly by
Col. D. B. Martin, manager of passenger
traffic- O f magazine size and filled Avith
attractive half-tone- illustrations and good
reading matter, "The Book of the Royal
Blue" is bound to make a hit. One splen
did f eaturei aa list of names and addresses
of every passenger and freight ageut.
That our goods haVe merit and that our
prices are appreciated, is best evidenced
by our growing trade. As a further induce
ment for your patronage we shall give a
handsome-and useful souvenir free to all
purcha&ers, this week, Saturday. Grand
Union Tea Company, 621 Seventh st. nAV.
It-em
."?1.00 to Baltimore and Return Next
Sundny via Pennsylvania Hallrond.
Tickets on sale and good September 10.
Eel5-4t,em
$2.00. 2.00.
The Pennsylvania "Railroad runs the only
through trains to Atlantic City. Great
excursion next Saturday and Sunday.
$2 round trip. scl6-3t
FINANCIAL.
Washington
Loan & Trust Co.
OFFICE, COR. 9TH AND F ST8.
PAID-TIP CAPITAL, ONE MILLION
Lioaus m any amount mad? on
approved real estate or collateral as
reasonable rates.
Interest paid upon deposits on
- uany Daiances suojecc to cueck.
This company actsas executor, au-
mlnistrator, trustee.agent.trcasurer,
registrar and in all other fiduciary
capucltles.
Boxes for rent in burglar and f 1 re-
proof A-aults for 6afo deposit and
storage of valuable packages
JOHN JOY EDSON President
JOHN A SWOPE Vice President
il. S. CUMMINGS 2d Vice President
JOHN R. CARMODY Treasurer
ANDREW PARKER Secretary
If so, retrench at once. .Learn to save.
Put away a small amount each month.
Take out shares in the UNITED BUILD
ING AND LOAN AS80CLVTION. Modern
plan. Permanent shares and life insur
ance protection. No fines. No commis
sions paid. No entrance fee. Dividends
of at leabt 5 per cent declared every six
months; additional earnings di-idcd also.
Shares, $100 each. Dues, SI per month.
BRAIN ARD 11 . WARNER, President.
HILLMAN A. HALL, T. President
ALEX. K. PHILLIPS, Secretary.
1206 G street nw. it
A marvelous enro for
JDKUNKBNNESS,
can he ri ven secretl y at
home. It Is harmless.
,11 d mnWa w wnrf.A
Renova Cheralcat Co., 00 Broad-vav. New A'ork.
IU1L IOT0EMATI0H GLADLY MAILED PRBE.
For Billons ami Kervous disorder snch as Wind and Pain In tho Stomach. Sick Hoad ici.o.
Giddiness FuIlno33 and Swollinz after moals. Dizziness aa l Drowsiness, Cold Ohills, Flushing
of Heat. Loss o Appetlto, Shortness of Breath, Costtvonos. Blotches 011 tho Skin. Disturusd
Sleep Krh'htful Drcami, and all Norvoits and Trerabline: Smiatloim. .to., when the jo sv n
tnms aro caused livVoiistipatlon, as most of them are. THE FIRST DDSE "WILL GIV RELIEF
IN TWENTY MUiOTES. This is no fiotini. Every sufferer is canu3tly invited to try one box
of these Pills, aud they will bo nckiiowledscd to bo
BEECHAM'3 PILLS, taken as direqtod, will quickly ro3toro femalc3 to complete boaltli.
They promptly romovo obstructions or irregularities of the system. For a
WEAK STOMACH JMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER
ihoy aet
t like macic a few dpw will work wondow upon tho ViUl organs; strengthening tho
larsvsteiu restoring the long-iojt coaiploxlon, bringing hack tiie keen edge 1 of appo
id arous ii"' with tho Uiebud of beultii Iho wholu physical enui-sy of the huniai
lUSCUl
lite, and
10 Thoso aro facta :ultnied by thousands, in all classes or (society, and ono of the bc
aiitccs to tho Nervous awl Douilltatod is-thai Ucoch.mVs l'illii liavu tho Lnrgeit Sato of
I'atent Mcdlclno in tho World.
tram
trtiara
any I'atent Mi-dlclno in tho World
WITHOUT A RIVAL.
25c at Drug Mores, or will bo Bcut by U.
Now York, uoatpahl, upon receiptor prico.
THE STOCK MARKET STRONG
Most Conspicuous Advances Scored
in the Anthracite Division.
Heavy Utiylnp: of Southern Hallway
and Louisville und Nuwlivlllo on
Foreign Account.
New I'ork, Sept." 17. Decided weakness
in the foreign exchange market, fore
shadowing early engagements ot gold for
shipment to this country" "me excellent
returns ot traffic reported by several
roads, and a favorable disposition or the
dealings foi foreign account were the main
causes ot tbe strength or the stock mar
ket today. The trading continued upon n
large scale of activity, and interest was.
well distributed throughout the market.
The forelgu purchases were all remarkable
rather for their generality than for extent.
being noted in practically all or the inter
nationally listed stocks and exceeding by
about 10.000 shares the saleh conducted
by the arbitrage houses.
The most conspicuous advances In the
market were those scored in the anthra
cite slocks. All the members of this
gioup advanced notably, with Jersey Cen
iral and Delaware and Hudson in the lead
Their strength was accompanied by a re
port that tl.e selliag prices for anthracite
coal wouul ue increased on October 1.
Pharp advances In Southern Railway and
Louisville ami Nashville were In part the
result of foreign purchases, which, together
wih the local buying, may be referred
to the subsidence ot the apprehensions
in regar t m ie oistbr.-an of y-now fever
The Missouri Paciric and Its central
branch made remarkable statements of
earningsror thesecoud weak of September,
the mam system showing an increase of
30 per cent, while the gain for the central
branch was in excess of 100 per cent
Other noteworthy advances were scored
fn Manhattan and Union Pacific
The closing Avas at. nearly the highest
prices ot the day.
Ncav York Stock MurUet.
Corrected dally by V. U. Ilibba & Co..
Bankers and I'rokers. Members of the
N. 1 Stock Exchange 1427 F street.
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Yesterdav's market Avas again mostly in
the hands of the bulls, despite predictions
to the contrarv. and a strong belief on
the part of many that the end of the rise
had come for a long time. The market
was not so active and it presented the
evidence of profit taking in certain stocks
as avcII ab of decreased paiticipatiou by
the commission houses, but despite these
matters prices adA-anct;d and. there was
strong cAidrnce that a good many heaA-y
people AAere again booining things. The
low-priced stocks were the main objects
of speculative attention', the conclusion
as to a number of them being that their
sctlA'iiy Avas largely , artificial. Texuo
Pacific, Atchison, Chesapeake & Ohio,
aud Southern Averc conspicuous in the
amount of interest taken in them. The
Morgan stocks AVere all-strong also, and
the Reading securities were features
There were seA-eral items of good news
as to earnings, which helped matters
along.
Mr. Carley has gone back to his old love,
a magnificent optimism, and is predicting
that nothing can stop the market from
going much higher. This is after tAvo or
three dubious moments during the last
week. He says:
'I have not felt as confident of the
market for thirty days as I do tonight, and
I arn speaking of the general market. The
reason is I have received such assurances
from the great financiers that I believe
they intend to stand by the market. Some
of the AA'eak holders have been-warned that
they must not carry such a load. In other
Avonls, they are managing by private
negotiation and private Avarning to keep
doAvn the dangerous elements. It looks to
mo tonight as though the Avhole market
Avould be higher early next week and
possibly tomorrow. A man can buy almost
anythingwitb good speculative promise."
One of the Chicago people says: "Res
toration of rates in the trunk line terri
tory moans an increase of one find one-half
millions in earnings for tfie quarter ending
December 31." It Avas rumored yesterday
that the earnings for the last two Aveeks
of this stock haA-e increased $300,000.
The earnings of the Wabash fbr the second
Aveek in September increased $28,000. It
is reported that Chicago' Gas has earned
gross, since January 1, $4,300,000,. and
that the earnings for the year will be
$6,000,000 at least. St; Paul for the
second week of September showed an in
crease of earnings of $89,000. The earn-
Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes.
S Apents, B. V. ALLEN & CO.. 3QS dual rft.
book f reo upon application.
Ings of Northern Pacific for the rirst Aveek
in September increased $91,000.
The traders in Western Union were
bulling the stock yesterday. It is the
opinion of many crltic3 that Western Union
is worth 100. Town Topics' Financial
Bureau says that par will be reached by
the stock in a very Tcav days.
"VYlllet A Gray say of Sugar: "The
time of the raw sugar market Is such that
unother advance must coniD AVlthln a short
time. The Sugar company remainsout of
the market. Quotations are still below
the parity of European beet sugar. There
lias been a good demand for refined, and
the fact that refiners have not increased
their output has made conditions appear
stronger than they actually are.'
Hock Island directors will place that
stork on a -1 per cent basis next week.
The earnings ot the road are excellent and
prospects are fine. Still, 4. per c'Ut Is
not as good as St. Paul's dividends will
be, and a good many shrewd people are
saying that the stock will not go to par
for wjine time to come.
Bradstrects fjlay Avill say:
Notwithstanding unseasonably warm
wea tlur and thaappearanc of yellow lever
in several Gulf Stateb, checking locally the
distribution of merchandise, business
throughout the country has increased more
than anticipated. The center of improve
ment is Chicago, Avhicn furnishes the mo'.fc
favorable trade report Avifchin five year.
Chattanooga, Memphis, Atlanta, Augusta,
GalAeston, and e-en'St. Louis, anticipate
a temporary failhig'off in business, OAvitig
to the interruption to traffic in the Gulf
States and adjoining territory.
Dun's Aveekly review -jf trade Avill say
today
The Avheat market has declined over 5
cents on account of ciop reports, which
promise larger prosperity, and corn and
cotton are both a little lower for like rea
sons. Yet estimates of the highest finan
cial authotitles regarding requirements
from this country are not smaller but
larger than before, "while better prospects
In Argentine. Australia and India hold
out no promise or large European supplies,
or of any until winter Is aboutover.
Atlantic exports of wheat, flour included,
are more than double last year's each
wccki and In two AVeeks, 8,820,313 bushels
against 4,107,721 last year, and of corn,
7,005,363 bushels, against 3,987,620
last year. From the Paciric coast wheat
is also moving' largely.
Corn declinedover 3 Cents, with growing
btlier that the yield will surpass esti
mates. Cotton Avas depressed from 7 1-2
to 7., v. 1 1 h favorable ue ws of yield, although
thi' mills are now consuming with great
rapidity.
Alter the rcroarkabl? excess of merchau
dlse exports over imporw In August, there
appears in tAvo Avecks of September an
increase of 17 per cent over last year
in exports, and a decrease of 20 per cent
in imports, though last year exports ex
ceeded imports this month by $4-1,250,000.
The iron Industry sIioavs increasing do
maud and an average of prices nearly 1
per cent higher, due to purchasing by
consumers. The shipments of boots aud
shoes from Boston are 23 per cent larger
than for the same weeks of September
last year, Avhich, In turn, exceeded those
of any previous year. But business is
mainly for quick deliA'cry, and orders for
spring goods are still very much retarded
by uncertainty about futures.
Failures for the Aveek Avere 204 in tho
United States, against 317 last year, aud
40 in Canada, against 32 last year.
Wuhhltifrton Stoclt l'-xchnnire.
Sales American Graphophone, 300 at
9 MeTgenthaler Linotype, 5 at 124.
Lanstou Monotype, 200 at 15 3-4.
GOVJSKNMKNT UOSDS.
Obi.
U. S. 4's. R 1907 Q, J 11134
U. .. 48. C 1W Q.J inv
U. S. 4's. lOiA 125'
U.S.5's. 1001Q. F 114
DISTniCT OF COLUMBIA BOSTD3.
Ak.
112
im
ii5"
3s 1559 20-year Fiinuinc" 1UIH
bs 1902 '-50-vear humung" gold....
7s 1901, "Water Stock." currency..
7b lllc-'l. 'A ater Stock' currency.
"Kumling" currency t.Co'3
3Ks Reg. 2-:0. lMS-1901
MISCELLANEOUS 0'D3.
!I3
114
HI
111
Met.R. R53.192J
Mot.il IlConr. C9
Met. It U Cert.IiiUebtctliics...A
Mot. ItRCert.Indeutedues...tt
1K5
USJi 120'.
. Ill
. 110 lllv
UeliRK0s.lWl
Kckmcton R RtH's
Columbia It It fa's. 1914 H,S'
Wash Gas Co. Sor A. b's. Wic-'-ff. .. Ill
U0
V ash Ga Co. Ser It. t's. 1901-' JJ... li.
0". S. Elec. Lisht Debonturo Imp.
M. AN 104
CliosanU Pot Tel 5's. lS9.i-iySl 103
Am Sec ATro's. b and A. lOOo.... 100
Am Sec A tn.'a. A and O. 5903. .. 100
Wash Market Co IstO's, 1902-1911,
7,000 retired annually 110
Wash Market Co IitipO's. 12-27 .... 110
Wash Market Co oxfn ?3, 1U'27.. LO
Masonic Hall Association 5i. 1U0S. 104
AS asu Ltiur Istts, 1901
NATIONAL BASK STOCKS.
Bank of Washington 270
Metropolitan 2S0
108
oiO
Central "55
Farmers' ami .Mechanics
Second
Citizens
Columbia :
Capital
AVest End
175
110
132
13'J
120
101
107
Traders'
Lincoln lui
Ohio
SAFE DErOSIT AND TIIU3T COitPA.IIES,
118
Nat. Safe Doposit and Trust
Wash. Loan aud Trust ,
Aiuer.bocurity aud l'ruat
Wash, Salo Deposit
KAILKOAD STOCKS.
Capital Traction Co
Metropolitan
Columbia
120
122
118
140
60
SO
l.SVa
tu
5S
Belt ..
lickltiKton
Georgetown A Tennallytown
GAS AND ELECriUC LIQUT STOOKS.
Washington Gas 44
15
Georgetown uas
U.S. l'-lectrlc Lteht HOJi 1.8
IXSUltAXCE STOCKS.
Firomen's 34
brankllu 38 ....
.Metropolitan 69 ....
Corcoran oG ....
L'otomac bo ....
Arlington 135 ....
ijernian Auierlcau -.. "09
National Union 11
Columbia 11
Uiggs Vi
11
L'uoplo's o
Lincoln ! .....
Coiuuiercial
TITLE INSURANCE STOUKS.
Real Estate Titlo , 110
Columbia Title 5 6
vv asliiiurton Titlo 'li.
DistrictTitlo 8
TELEPHONE STOCKS.
Pennsylvania 40
Chositpeake and Potomac,.,. ....... tG
WS
That Will Wear Well.
JS'enrly every local Deal er cun name prices n lo-sv us oars
on School Shoes but we KNOW there are no Shoes for tho
price In Washington that can possibly- eompure with oars
for durability.
"We put niura serviceable mnterlals and moresenuino valno
into the Shoes we sell thnn It is possible to obtain anywhere
else for t'he price and wo Rive a reliable gunruntee for wear
with any Shoe yon bnj' f ruin lis-no mutter what the price.
I'or today wo quote tho following matchless Shoo values:
FOR CHILDREN
Useful School Souvenirs "With School Shoes, -sor
Girls' Stout Dongola
Pebble Grain or isjx. Calf,
Laced and Button.
Sizes, 5 to Misses' 2.
Can't be matched for $1
Misses' "Dandy" RIack
VlciDrcss and , ,
School Shoes-all
Sizes 4 new styles.
Regular $1.50 qualities ...
75C.
US
FR LADIES.
Our great "Ideal" Shoas,
The most-remarkable
Shoes at the prlci
For style, fit and wear.
All the popular shapes.
Kone like 'em iu town
For less than S2
1.50
FOR
Roya! $2 Shoes.
Our famous Laced and
Gaiters with Cork Soles.
Genuine Goodyear sewed
Shoest the equals
Of most S3 Shoes.
Broad-tread triple sole
"Police" and '-Kailroader,'
Comfortable Shoes.
930 and 032
11)14 ami 191G Pa. Ave.
American GrapUophono
American Graphophone. pfd..
Pneumatic Gun tirrujc
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
Xlementhaler Lmotypo
Linston Monotype
asiiuiuton ilarkot
Great KU Ice
Nor. i Wash. S-cambo.it.
Lincoln Ha 1
fcx-diviilend.
10
11
.05
124
10 k
125"
ion
.. 123
.. mi
.. 10
.. 115
Chicago, Sept. 17. "Wheat loht over , a
cent here today, although Liverpool showed
that much advance. The hull crowd ap
parently kept aloof and permitted the
market to follow its own inclination. -The
general trade continues very much afraal
of the price. As a result, pleuty are rcady
to sell on rallies, hut very few are dipo&etI
to buy on the breaks, and these few are
timid. There were large Northwestern re
ceipts today. Liverpoolclaimedits strength
to be due to advices from Argentina of et
cecdlnglv hot weather and locusts. Clear
ances were 350,000 bushels. There was
a wlMlcsale liquidation of long corn, prices
being 1 l-2c.
Chicago Grain and Provision "Market
Corrected daily by W. B. nihbs & Co .
BankeiH and Brokers. Members of tbe
T. 1 Stock Exchange, 1427 F street.
Open. UIk1'. Low. CI03.
Wheat.
Dec 03 01 B2 9214
May 03S SS.'i 9-tf LS'
Cony.
Dec 3156 UK 30 3njfc'
May 3I7J 35.V SHi SSH
Oats.
Dec 21 21 eo.V-Ji X"
May '& 23Jw-'l 2i i3K-V
Poiek;
Dec. S.35 b.60 S.87 ?.37
May
Lard.
Dec 1.70 i.7n L10 .70
Mar
Spare Ribs.
Dec 1.92 4.92 4.02 t.92
Mav.
Xew York Cotton Market.
Open.
C.71
tLC'J
6.71
0 75
Hich.
6.73
tU9
6.7.:
t'.7C
Low.
U.53
o.u7
tf.50
('.61
ClOF.
U.5j
tf.57
H...0
6.C5
October...
November .
December..
January...
A Care for ISilious Colic.
Resource. Screven county. Ga. I have
been subject to attacks of bilious colic
for several years. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the
only sure relief. It acts like a charm.
One dose or it gives relief when all other
remedies fail. G. D. Sharp. For sale by
Henry Evans, Wholesale and Retail Drug
gist, S3S F street, and Connecticut avenue
and S btreet northwest, and 1423 Mary
land avenue northeast.
FINANCIAL.
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
ilembera of the New Xork Brock Ex
change, 1410 F St., Glover Building.
Correspondents of Messrs Moore &. Schley,
No. BO IS roadway,
Hankers and Dealers in Government Bonds.
Deposits. Exchange. Loans.
Railroad stocks and Bonds and all
securities listed on the exchanges ot
New I'ork, Philadelphia. Boston and Balti
more bought and sotti
A specialty made or Investment securi
ties. District Bonds and all local Rail
road, Gas. Insurance and Telephone Stock
dealt in.
American Bell Telephone Stock bough
and Bold. nohlS-tr
S3SSX9SSfflSS32S6
I AMERICAN SECURITY 2
I AND TRUST CO.
Money to Loan. f
This companv has money to Ioa
on listed collateral securities at t
lowest rate or Interest. 6
O. 0 BELL. President. Ei
S3SffiSQSXDS3(TDSC
W. B. Hibbs & Co.,
BANKERS an.l BROKERS,
Members Ne-v Yor'i Stock Ecu.vu.ix
1427 F Street
Correspondents ot
LADENBUUG, TKAL.MANN i Ox.
Now York.
FOR RENT The best way to help your
business or profession is to moveiiito the
largest and best-known orfico building in
the city,
TIIL "WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST
BUILDING, COR. 9T11 AND F. BTS.
A few choice icomsnow available; mod
erate rental; no extras; perfect janitor
service; Tire-proof surroundings; 3 ele
vators; 10 stories; commodious bicycle stalls
and free telephone service
3yS-tu,th,sut-tf
Money to Loan
At 5 Per Cent.
on real estate in D. C; no delay, terma
reasonable.
UEISKELL & McLERAN,
Jyy-tf 1008 F 6t. nTT.
RDAnT'C CELEllHATED HATS,
D KV U 1 - 419 lllu. bt. il w sel-2n
65
Boys' famous "Iron Clad"
Heeled or Spring Heel
Laced Shoes,
Solid learner sjles
And heels, Si. 50 values ..
Boys' "Yukon" Shoes,
Spring-IIeel Laced,
With wire-quilted soles,
Damp and sweat-proof;
Outwear any S2 pairs ....
SUB jf
S1.5D If
"Our Own" Hand-Made
"Welt or turned,
Single, double or cork
Sole Stylish Boots.
12 different styles.
Far ahead of any
Othex dealer's $y Shoss ..
m
Gem S3 Shoes-
New Winter Tan Shoes,
Beat in the world.
Fine Hand-made Calf
Shoes', double sole,
With Oalf Lining-
New Enamel and fine
Patent-leather, nobby
"Winter Shoes.
RELIABLE
SHOE HOUSES,
Seventh Street,
233 Pa. Ave. S.
E.
Per visit is our only charge, all
MEDICINES AND SERVICES
included.
All Diseases of a SPECIAL
NATURE are treated for
One Dollar per visit UNTIL
CURED.
"We are not specialists In every dlseasa
that humanity is heir to, but do positively
cure all diseases of a SPECIAL NATURE.
will be forfeited by us if we fall to fulfill
every claim that we make to our patients.
During the past six months we have
cured nearly five hundred patients suffer
ing from sexual weakness, blood poison
and other private diseases.
"We treat and cure more patients suffer
ing from SPECIAL DISEASES than all'
others combined.
Our methods are based upon the latest
scientific principles obtained from all
parts of European countries, and indorsed
by the highest medical authorities of tha
world.
What We Treat and Cure:
0
Emissions, Varicocele. Blood Poison, Nervous
Debility, Stricture, Gleet, Impotency, Un
natural Discharges, lost Manhood. KUney
and Bladder Diseases.
TOUXG MEN, ZUIDDLE-AGED OR
OLD MEN" suffering from the vices and
Trors of youth, and troubled with Nervous
Debility, Loss of Memory, Basbf illness, Con
fusion of Ideas, Headache, Dizziue&s, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Weak Back, Dark Cir
cles Around the Eyes, Pimples on the Face,
Loss ot Sleep, Tired Feeling in the Morn
ing, Evil Forebodings, Dull, Stupid, Aver
sion to Society, No Ambition. Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Dreams and Night Losses;
Deposits in the Urine, Frequent Urination,
sometimes accompanied with slight burn
ing, Kidney Troubles, or any disease ot
the Genito-Urlnary Organs, can here find
an honest, safe and speedy cure.
VAPVn "T T ou are nervous nnd de
lUluNU 1UAA Epomjen6; weaK and ae
btlitatcd; tired mornings; no ambition;
lireless; memory poor; easily fatigued; ex
citable; eyes sunken, red, and blurred;
pimples on fnce; dreams and night losses;
drains at stool; oozing on excitement;
haggard looking; weak back; bone pains;
ulcers; hair loose; sore throat; varicocele;
want of confidence; lm- Vnn Tnp. Ualn
potency; lack of energy 1UU AteU "eiP
and strength.
URTAftFTn-s ImPortant step in Ufa
utitnitiAuiJEnouI(1 never be j. nntn
you are positively cured, It you have been
weakened or diseased. Remember, "Like
father, like son." Emissions, varicocele,
spermatorrhoea, and blond pois.in endaneec
happiness in married life Our New
Method cures them permanently. IF YOU
ARE MARRIED consult us at once, as we
can restore your strength, vlSal energy, and
desires. If you wish to Marry, our advlco
may be worth a fortune to you.
Ilia t V& fibs las St 1 1
Ofyt HOlfjiitfJ
THE NATIONAL
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL-
INSTITUTE,
ETIT Fourteenth Street N. W.
OFFICE HOURS -9 a.m.to 8 p. m.;Sua
days, 10 to 12.
Consultation free and invited. It-em.
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