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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897.
DEPRESSED STOCK MARKET
AANCIAL. j FINANCIAL
ILSBY 81 COMPANY,
Speculation has Ueon Much Re
stricted During the 'Week.
The Union Pacific Complication-.,
Cuban SUuutiun and Election
" -- ',,,:, - , -. , - Tyjr
The Original Green Stamps'9 Only.
As always, we are willing' io give our customers the full value of their money, and
a little more when it is possible. We have investigated the Trading Stamp system (as
introduced by the Washington Trading Stamp Co., 423 Seventh street) and are satis-
' fied that it is a good thing for our patrons and ourselves. We give one Trading Stamp
with every ten cents invested in our famous footwear. Come on Honda' and let us help
fill your book, that 3-011 may quickly secure one of the exceedingly handsome premiums
-..-offered. If yon haven't begun a collection, get a book at once and let Stol l's stamps start
Ladies' double sole Vici Polish Kid Shoes with correct waterproof doub'e soles
EJ?7" made with proper shape English toes and caps lace btyle on ly made to retail
" VV for$.j,at$2..j7.
Ladies' heavy double soJe English Base Calf winter shoes.
' shoe $4 value guaranteed. Swell English toe shape.
' lined, at $2. 4?.
Exactly the fashionable
Beautifully made and
Men's U and $fl
Box Calf Shoes.
"Lulisk Bal" -triple soles. Buil
dup or egg toes and medium
Mi pt". The shoe of the
Mjiwii. Sale price S2.S
Men's 4 and $5
Enameled English Shoes.
The latest Ktjles out including toe
bulldog and ej;g toe -a regular
.$4 and $5 tJjoe-3
fen's $4 and $S
Viipm; Ktimw wJU JKf wwii very ex-
temdvrfv thl year. Heary trlftfe
l-M lit tutwm.
st-ylw of toe $2.88
BtJU a fc pair, of tboae
S Tan SlKMSt. at $1.95
Kot all w.
The fashionable English storm shoe
cut '-very lilgli heavy winter
(.o'e. jM,v e.ilf. A won
derfully pietty shoe $3.98
Women's $3.50 -Vici
Tan Lace Shoes.
Ox blood, with coin wo extra,
quality of Viol Kid ex
tremely well made $2,47
Black Vici Rid Shoes.
Brit up or bve Loudon, coin, opera,
or iMHtlk toe. This line
ie a vvryiecbil bargain.. $X.9S
1Z xmve IttLttdb-a' Kldor Lace
mwetr-worth $1.50 ore
Misses' $2 School Shoes.
A tremendous range of MISSES'
doulhdes others for tender feet
a hundred stjles worth up
to $a All reduced to , 9TO
Spring Heel Shoes, 75c, -
A full lii.e or Children's Spring
Heel hoos 750
Cloth Top Shoes.
Spliiiiridly-mnde YlCl Kid button Mild
Lj.c Sl.ti, with patent leather
tln--oiu of tlie feature of t-
Me lo ,.$1.47 '-;
New tYorlc, $' ."10. -Tlie dealings
in stock havellyjn restricted an.l
prices depressed this week by the Impend
ing election, the developments iu the Cuban
situation ii ml the temporary complications
in Union Pacific affair.. On "Wednesday
nioinim? the result of the voting will be
kuo.vn, and by that time the principal
part oi theUuioti Pacific system will prac
tically hare passed into t lie liands of the
reorganisation committee. Humor weie
currenr today that an attempt w mid he
nad( to enjoin the hale of the Union Pa
cific property next Tuesday. A careTul
inquliyj particularly in the quarter Irom
whkh it was reported the attack would
he made, fails to discover any basis Tor
Humors weie also current today that
prepaiations hae been made within the
last twp or thiee days for a bid lor the
Union Pacific propeitj la opposition to
that of the reorganisation committee.
These rumors may be explained and dis
poned of b the statement that thereorganl
zatloa committee hap now deposited to tin
credit of the Government $11,000,000
on account or the properties to be soldnext
Tuesday. It was also repoited that ar
rangements aie making to finance the
payment of about $40,000,000 to the
Goprnneiit during the next lxtj flays
so as tominimlze the effect upon the money
market o' the tiausfer of tint large amount
of money into the Treasury Department
and tack into the hands of the people.
As a matter of fact those ni rangements
have been under consideration for some
time and 'tre now -virtually completed.
The weekly .statement of averages of
the associated banks shows that money
is still coining here Tram the interior, the
increase lu legal tenders being about ?2,
500,000 Besides-, the banks lane gained
more than a third or that amount in
lawful rnonev. An increase of over
$5,000,0011 iu the loans result, undoubt
edly, lrum the extensive borrowing oa
sterling bills this week.
Today's ,iock market was dull and Ir
regular. Tiie mujorltv of the list clwed
fractionally h'gher ot unchanged, as com
pared with the final figures of ye-terday.
T he onlv noteworthy net decline was that
ot five points iu Consolidated 0, at
recovery of three imitits frun the lowest
price. The only stock in which Uw trad
lng wan in excote of 10,000 sliares was
Berlhigtoti. wiiieh wa exceptionally sironp
on a RrowiiiK appreclHtlon of yesterday's
sltowuiC for September.
Tlio birying today was largely to cover
shorts- that is tu close cuntracti at tbij
end orta- wOek.
"The Satisfactory Store."
"VV. A. C -OTJfc.
IIU.a-1h iil HafKoUmU TouniK Are
Hiidy fr tba Season.
H InF-'&m BlNint Um? WwWttgta
,Altteir Tb liaw owujrieted Uielr com
4KJtlv.' tMiwMwg for iNce in tlie league
eerie, -utA tboe bnvlag nwidtf Ws.1et
M'.if-e-. w-ns Messrs Kltld.G. A. Martin
Ultt, MeQwrtey. d Burch. Tbftse will
ciuiw-e the lege team for tne season
of !'; aud'US.
lln.- fair offlimrtttee win meet on Fiiday
i .ng neit us receive final ticket lcturn
The XaUonal Basketball League will
-)e it: wjastm on Wednesday evening
-jiixt in the VT. A. C. gjnaiasiuu. whir
n g.MiH Ijet ween the home team and Carroll
iKsiiuite. Gj.me will be called at 8
ckck iid w-iil he played under the new
rC- crd In the newly-adopted costumes
The lmAetlwll players have been taking
liad liracUce and hepe to p t out a strong
Ua , which will he selected from among
tin rollrtwa.p Mackey, O'Connor, Wild,
Malewey, Hiisinan, J. Thompson, Dugau,
Cuonihfe.aratR, BrinWey, Gamer W.Tlionip
ei , Greenwell, and Jenkins. These
ttsetfc baTe been registered imdci tjie
rti-H roNng liwde by the Aumteur Ath
COUNISI.I .CORKS OX 3IAHVAKD.
3Iuko Fire J'olnts Aiyain-t tlie
Bit; 'Vuritj 'r f v?nty-ljur.
Cambridge, A!as.1 Oct. 30 Harvard de
feated Cornell this afternoon by a ecore
of 2-1 t 5. 'Pot the fh.t time this season
tiie crimson eleven was scored on, and
th" incident brought dismay to thu Harvard
cni). Amid great cheers the teams came
on the iield. The Ithaca eleven looked
small bjde Harvard, and Cornell could do
little against the heavy tandem plays aimed
at 1-er line. At intervals of three or
four minutes some Cornell plajer woulrl
be dib.vled. The1-' delavs in the game
happened frequently and the spectators
Taking everything into consideration Cor
nell did thf bes-t team work. Their weak
ness was m tlie ends and tackles Tlie
Harvard line was impregnable, but behind
the line there was chaos Hardly bad
tiie gan e started when Dlbblee by a -en
sat'onal run, carried the ball 65 yard
Curnell secured the ball on an off side
p!u but held it onl a moment, and
Ca not soon mfde a touchdown GairJon
kicked iroal For a while Harvard can led
the ball steadily down the field. Then
Cornell bracid, and Denipvy made ouie
lirilllnit. runs On the 13 yarlliue Demp
sey kicked a goal lrom the field. Cornell's
suppoiters were wild with joy. This
ended tlie tn. lialf
In tlie second half, Harvard siarted a
sharp offensive game Cornell was soon
forced to afetv Haivard then reorteil
to Mns plnvs, Boal and Ducette tea nag
up the Ithaca defensive, till Boal was sent
acres the line for another touc'idown
Garns.jn kicked goal
DibUee's magnificent running leHilted in
another touchdown in a few minutes Har
vard's final touchdown was n atle 5j
Mills who shot through McLaughlin and
l'aville, and ir.ade a clean run of 'ixty
yards for a touchdown Mills weighs 215
pounds, and his wonderful run was the
surpiise of the game.
CHICAGO V. CWs FIX12SIIOUTIXG
Heats Xewton A. A. by u Score
of ao to 0.
New ton, Mas., Oct JO. The stronge-sl
aggregation of football talent seen here
tliis season, the Chicago Athletic Club,
lined up against the. Vewton Athleth As
sociation this afternoon amuSimply plnycd
with them, defeating them ilG to u. With
an lPiprgraiile line and hard line bucking
backs Chicago put up a 'game that I
seldom equaled her-. Phil Drapei, the
old Williams player alone" scored four
Chicago lines up against-A'alc next Snt
un'aj, and judging from the form di
plajed today should beat .Iter.
Otlier Ball Gtunes.
At Wilbamslown, MaC-Colgate lb
Willian.s, 0 - fe
At Princeton LawrencTlh-, 4: pen
At Annapolis-cadets, 4; Pennsvlvani.v
State College, 0.
A.t Brooklyn-Irving Olub, 0; Yale fresh
S1.50 $1.50 51.5 0 $1.50 $1.60 $1.50 $1.50 $1.60 S1.50 $1.50 $1.5 0
SX.GO $1.50 SX.GO $1.50 SX.fSO S1.50 $1.5 0 $1,50 Sl.BO Sl.SO SX.SO
S5X.SO $1.50 $1.50 SX.GO
$JL.oO $1.50 SX.SO $1.5o
Peii Evnings. sx.so
- r '
We will from now on fill ALL OCULISTS' PRE
SCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES no matter how compli
cated or difficult the) may be and guarantee the work
and glasses equal if not superior to any others on earth.
AT THE UNIFORM PRICE OF $.50, including a
first-class frame. This is about ONE-THIRD other op
ticians1 price. DR. F. PROCTOR DONAHAY, a
GRADUATED SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, will do all
the work personalty.
CREDIT IF YOU WANT IT.
Wo 1 IZILwEjE
National Jewelrv Co.,
1103 Pa. Ave. next Star Office. Baltimore, 108 K. Eutaw St.
, " $1,50
" . ,
hi " X.GO
2 "V ' ' $1,50
- - - $1.50
jgs - SX.GO
1 j afc,-
- - t)tslf $l.oO
- -, sx.so
. , $1,50
if , $1.50
SX.SO SX.GO SX.SO SX-GO Sl.SO SX.SO SX.SO $1-50 SX.SO SX.GO SX.SO
SX.SO SX.GO SX.SO SXSO SX.SO SX.SO SX.SO S1.50 SX.SO SX.SO SX.SO
Xcvv Ymk Stock ilarket.
Corrected dally by S. B Ilibbs A Co ,
Bankers and Hmker's. Members r the
X. Y SU'tk Ex.,fiange, U27 P street.
Op lllph Low CIos
American brims. iud
Am. Sugar lt-Uiiery.... HI Hi HI UlJi
Am. bugar. pld ....
Am. Tobacco. h-'X WJ 6. 53
Atchison, Tup. and S.K. 'SJs lh l MX
Atch., Toj d S. F. pfd . 2U KI5J, 10', '-9
Haltiniore i Ohio
Bay Mate Gas iV, Vl 4 iV.
Chesajit.ikc.VOhlo 2!li KSy 2' 22
C C. C. & St. Lt. 35 3."s 5 E5
Clrcago. llur.it. tJulMoy. 9Sf 9t 95 95i
Chicago aim N IH li? 123 , UiJs
Chicago Gis "Jij 07 af7s 07
I'. .M. i.. .t I'aul 3 91 tai i)3h
C. ItlAP 63 .. bbA bh)i
C. n-lhlated Gas 1!2 J."02 101 1W
Del, L.ck it West 155St Vyi 15a4 lo5J4
Delaware &. iluUsoii ...
Ocn ul lilectrie S. One sale.
lllimis Central 101. 104 .0i 102'i
1-i.m svillt, & aslnille. 5as o!v, oW
i et. Tiattioj ...
Manhattan i0 Ifl'--- 10lJ- lotT,
Mo 1'acinc SOJ; SOS 3), 30
JI.Ji.il' 11U 3h 3-f o2 32
.National Lead to ......
.New jersc ticntral yjj. 02, y.A MJt
Kew ork central 10i? m l s i.z
Noi thirn l'dciiic nld... o. 5 5Jjj oU .
Ontario X Western..... ls. 19 163, lti
lacitlc Mjb 3jh bOii bUjc Wh
I'htia. i It ading '-JX 'ih -3 U
houihern Kailwaj', nfd. Wh Si S.-JJ 30 ,
Tenn. Coal .uul Iron 2t5i .63, 10,4 2o?.
Unlou raeltlc :: '2--' -i, "if
.U fe Leather, nfd K5?i d3J 61.V w,
Sfahabh. jild lb H la lb;, 10
Wheeling A Lake line
Western Union lei US. & j ss Si
The New l'ork stock market was very
dull yesterday, there being no trading what
ever In twenty out or fifty of the leading
oecuruies. The disposition u wait for the
election whs more noticeable than on any
day recently, and many former days have
been im rtnlly dull, too. The market was
entirely iirjfe'ional, it-s it lias been beret j
fote for viiop time, and ttiere was no sun
poit wiiateifr indicated from any influen
tial s(,ure. Tlie course of the nioement
of ntocl: as ant worth noticing. There was
a-i.ight a.lance nearly everywhere, except
in Consolidated ilas, whicii expencn cdoni
of it plienomenal declines.
Sutrai scored an advance of 7-S, closing
at 1.4.1 7-S for the day and week. To
bat-re c'om d at ivJ 1-4 above the opening.
Burlington gained 1-2, closing at 05 a -t
Chicago Gas dropped 1-b to 07. St. Paul
closed at tlie opening quotation, IK! 1-J
Hock IJand had an advance ot a-S to
S60-.S. Northern Pacific stood s,till. Union
racific declined to 22 1-8. Consoiidati'd
Gaj. tuii.hled from 202 to 191, and cloeed
at 17 a utt lo(si of 3 point,.
For tin. Ja.st month and more tlieie has
boen a dull, flat market, wliich has Miorcu
no tci.ueiicy whatever except a total dis
inclinat: in to Deforced up l,y the .McKinley
boom bulls-. At the beginning of the
long dicliiie, after the entirely too-rapiO
and much loo persistent Mimmur boom, iu
was picdicted m this column that the
endolth" McKuiley bo'im hadbeen reached,
ds far a any prior-to-electiou manifesta
lions at least. 'J his was an opinion held
by veo few, if any, other writer, on the
market at tiie tune It wa the right
one, however, as events, have proved The
weeks tb.it have parsed since that time
hae witnessed first large declines and
afterwj.nl uttei m agnation, witli slight
manipulated mmement one v.-ay or the
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS AM COTTON
61 3 1 5th St., opp. U. S. Treasury.
We call attention to the fact that every order, whether large or
small, is placed on some one of the various exchanges through our own.
brokers, Rjbt. Liudblom & Co., and names of brokers given for each,
Accounts are kept and cash balances paid at our Washington
office. We contiol'the only Duplex Telegraph wire runuiug oa c of
Washington, thereby insuring private service. We invite investiga
tion of our mode of doing business.
Photic 505. It
$XiSO SX.SO SX.50 $1.50
$1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50
"What, may Le expected after the election
is a much hardci pioblem. Manj have be
lievi d that elections have really played a
small part in depressing the maiket. If
this is bo. there i no reason whj there
should he any signal recovery. If, on the
other hand the election ha been a rotent
factor, and if Tammany and Tracy aie
to be defeated on next Tuesilay, there cet
tainly will not be any advance after then
Congress i- coming, and there is the pios
pect thaL it will take up matters which
"tall street wishes let alone. There is Cuba
and there is the Union Paciric in itter still
unsettled. As against all these trouble
(oine things there is the fact that business
is ncc'pring in many duections, though
the revival i far f 10111 being as general and
as large as the McKinley boomers state. A
-hrewil or-server s.ijd to me yesterdiy that,
in his opinion, il tlie election goe Tor Van
Vck or Tracy, there will be a slight
ad vi nee, possibly of three points,
that lie expects more stagnation.
Stocks that should advance among tlie
first, ai cording to good market .luilmritli-o.
aie Sugar, Tobaico, Cliicago.G.is, Geueril
Kleuric, au.l among the radroad seiur
iicift, liuriiiifrujn. I nloi! I'aenic, Hetitui.
ami Northern I'aiific.
.Sugar and Chicago Gas a re perhaps more
ceruin of earl rapid adances than any
oT the ralliiMd stocks. There have been
Indications oven in tiie last Iow weeks
If at good pecpSe are avriuirmg Sugar.
There is an opinion that there maj soon
be a st-onn bulge here. Rumor" are cur
rent tuat there lb soon to lie .1 division or
some or the surplus in the Turin of an ex
The reasons why Chicago Gas shuublad
vancp have been recited In thl ciluinii
fre-iucntly. The poMtron of the tru&t In
Chit-ago ! almost if not (julte iinpregiMibhr
and tle prospect of large earning IM
winter make the price at vriilch the eUM-fe
le now cmiitcil below r, luttrii too mIL
Ft lends of tlw rrfnpity talk of 11.
'lUirllngton's excelleMt emlng aad
propertb sef u. to warriuwt thf htMhif that
the stock wlH be ilwilred by IbtU aaA
hence U iniM-culatont TiadUijr warn
bonvier in Iturtington ytnttMitey ttuut
anything dx on tko lUt.
Union Petli, Im b kJocked 4ora
by the fnoitalt ppe whu iflvwl tfci
the rwrgKntsattaH wtmipltte mMCht kont
It and by tin? shrewd Stolv wto kJNsW
tbt fualM. rteopto weald aH. Tke vmem
Uiat ttw mUt Mil filt Uwwgli r now
net worU CQBfftlrriHg. A reonverjr eM
Wtisdimyton is look Ifxclmnae.
Sale MiruiKriitXK Xtufunal Uutk, ! ai
2 DO: United State Electrfr Lfcht. SO at
111; 20 at 111 IS; PiieHiuatic Gun Car
rlage, 100 at 0T; Merget4ialer Llnatype.
10 at Kll 1-: Lauston Mwrntyiie, 25 at
IS, DO at 17 :i-4; 100 at IS 1-2.
U. S. rs H1907Q.J 112
U. M'. UIW (. J U3.S
U. b.Vs. lfe l.S
DJSriUCT OFCOLUMBtA. BOVDt
JiS'JSi -.e-vear Fundms" Villi
bs llwJ 'u0-ear Mindinj:" gulil.... ll'l
TslWl. ' .iter iatocL." currency., lii
Tsltffri ' ater Stock" carrcne. Hi
"j-muling" eurrencr j.o.j'3
Jt'b Itcg. U-10s. Ib05-!9UI
MeMt.lt os. IWj
Mct.ll It Conv. 03 4. 120
Met. K It Cert.Iuuebtcilnoss...A.
Met. Kit UcrC.IiiUuUteiJea...lJ.
iiHH 11j. IVil
Lckinztan il kt-'a
Columbia It lt-ti'a-lUUl .-.
dih Gas Uo. tser A. o'a. 1WI-''J7..
uah G.i Co. fcer U.o's. 1J1-'JJ..
U. a. i-.Iec. laght'DLbeimiro Imp.
Llicsan 1 I'ot let 5's. Ib'yll'bl.
Am bee fe 'fro'a. i auu A. rJ03 Hm
Aiu Hoc . r ., A as.d U, IWJ . IUJ
Vash Jaarkut Co lattTs. I80-M911.
i7.0l0 rutiredannuMly 110
abh Market to imp tfs. 13-7 .... 110
jsli MarUetCooxt'iitTs. UWIT.. 110
AlxhOinc liall Association o'. ll'Oo. 101
Waah-Lt-llif Isto's, 1001 SW
hATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
Bank 01 uhlnton 270
Farmers' and Mechanics'
i tbt iud...... Ko
1 rail its' 9j
Ahi.ljiSl?Osir AslJ TllUSr UOMl'AXIJSS.
Nat-Jsafa Denoslt aadlTrust .... 120
Wash. Loauand iruat I19 lij
Amor.aecurity aud Trust Ha 150
Yaii. bilu iloposii t0
Capital Traction Co MS 54
Columuia - w
GAS AVU ELKOrKllit.IGUfiTOCa.
aslimston Gas 'K -17
GcortetonGas i 4$
L.a. .-lcctrlc Ucht lit IIH.
t'oioiuac u ;.
Arlington ; W
uriuali Aiaericau & ......
National Union 1J 11
Columbia J0 ii
I.iuuoln ,J W
llcai Esuto Titio 93 'OS
oluuibia Title 8 0
asl iugton Title -S
fennayiania.... 33 10
ChesaueakO and Potomac u Uh
vmencan orapuoiibonc. aJS a
Aiutricin GrapnonlioiiB, pid 10 11
I'jiciuuaticGuni.-rriago M .Ua
Mergenthaler Lmotype 131 133
Jj.iusto.1 Monotype J0
asiiincwn Market iu ......
Great balls Ice "-' -
Kor. A Wash. Steamboat. llXn
Lincoln Hall ---
Chicago, Oct. 50 -There was soma reali.
nig 011 vdeati early, Liverpool being a shade
off. and "forth western receipts larger than
they ha-ve been running In tlie last hour
the market became actie, advancing 2
cents Almost everything in the situation
is very strong, with every indication of
Cbtcnso Gmln and Provision Invket
Co.rccted daily uy V. Ii. Hibbs A Co
Bankers and Ibokers. Slembers of the
X Y. Stock r.xchange, 1-127 P street.
New Yorl: Cotton Mnrket.
.1 in nary ..-....
Open. Hih. Low. Clos.
d.7S ..N2 o.78 CiO
0.8I 5.s 5.0 is.
5.B5 5.S9 LSI 5.S
J.1M &.VG 5.! 5.0 1
Bankers and Brokers,
1333 F Street,
Exclusive private wires to
(lew York, Bisisn, PhiUep',
Od Drauiway. AaaesIMs. 441 Cluitwfcac
IavMcorMt seeacttira a siwciaHy Mmj
in m aN HMd ttcmutm. tmmmb
lW uh deHMM. Check imMtn ttmttfhj.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain,
Nswitil wd aoM for - or mm BHtrglit.
BrT facMtjr tor tte ptotcr eecuiio
KXfKTt qptBfclB. IM09 U folVCaBt 1
tte uitrt fw mmwHtaMom. &itl for
our weHUr auulM km.nr ami ' uue U e-JC
W1U1 KJM rottoa.
UarinK wwcfcawil tte tinsant rri.v f
T. E. WAftD .t CO.. we aaatt b- prt-par-I
MimUay moratHg 10 place at the o;poal
of oar clttDU oar oaxoeRfl facilities foe
tte ttXPCotluD of ortL-nun all the excha'.s
Ih Nw .rlt, Cbieao. Eotoa or rhiki
A PURELr CO-OPEItrVTIVE SAVING)
AXD LOAN INSTITUTION.
Organized Nov.. 1S79.
Assets, SI, D13 ,500.91.
ISSUE OF STOCK.
SHARES, $2.50 EACH.
SubcripUous for the .5 itu Iiwue of tclc
and first payment thereon will b received
daily from 9 a- m. to 4:30 11, nt- at tlie
office of the Association- Four per cant
interest per annum is allowed on shares
Upon maturity of stock full earnings &Q
are made at 6 par cent Inter
est per annum, repayable in
monthly installments. Settle
ment in full or in part may be
made at any time- Interest b
only charged to date of settle
ment. 'When part of a loan Is
settled the monthly installments
are reduced praportiannfidy
Por farther in Tor runt Ion in reTernre Ho
tlie object and advantages of thu Associa
tion apply at the office,
EQUITABLE BUILDING, 1QOS P st. nw.
Thotnas Somervill, President.
A. J Schafhirt, Vice Presklent.
Geo. W ("asdear, 2d Vh PmafdeHt.
John Joy E.kon, Secretary.
I AMfcRICAN SECURITY
1 AND TRUST CO. 5
I Money to Loan.
a Thi company has money to loas. g
H en listed, collateral securities as 9
lowest rate or interest W
a J BELL,. Preaiacns. g
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
Members of the New York StocU Ex
change, 1419 F St., Ulo-.er Building.
CorresiHndetit ir Meshrs. MMire Jt Sflney,
No. Si Brwulwuy.
Bankers and icalers in uov eminent Bondsj.
Deposits. Exiltanue Loans.
Railroad Stocks and Bo mis and all
securities listed on the exchausea of
Neiv York, Philadelphia, Boston anu BalU
morc bought and Mid.
A spciialty made of investment securi
ties. Distrut Bonds awl all local Rail
road, Gas, Insurance and Telephone Stock
American Bell Telephone Stock bucjrht
and s'jld. inhla-tf
The National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
Of the District of Columbia.
COR. 15TH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE.
Gharteied by special act of Congress, Jan,
1867, and acts of Oct., lSOo,
and Feb., 1S92.
Money to Loan
At 5 Per Cent,
on real estate la D. c.; no delay; terzra
HEISKELL & McLERAN.
JrU-tf 1008 F st.ni.
J. A. RKIvEX & CO.. BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Cotton, Grain, and Pro
visions. Correspondents Purnell, Hagaman & Co.,
members New 1 orkConsolidated Exchange;
AU ood, Vlolett Ji C11.. members New York
Cotton Exchange, Lamson Bros. & Co..
Board of Trade, Chicago.
ia.t5 b ot., Auain-s Ruildiug.
W. B. BIBBS & GO,
BANKERS and BROKERS,
Members Isew l'ork Stock Exchange,
1 427 F Street.
LADENBURn.THALMANX & CO
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