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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, ItfOVEMBEIl 25, 1897.
Notwithstanding the fact that some
few maliciously inclined folks have cir
culated the report that we have stopped
the giving of Trading Stamps, we
want it known broadcast that we still
continue giving the Green Trading
Stamps with every purchase of ten
cents' worth or more, and that we will
redeem, at its cash value, every Stamp
that we give should the court's deci
sion be adverse to us. Therefore go
right along, do your shopping, secure
your Stamps, and remember for once
and always that the old reliable estab
lishment of Lansburgh &Bro., with its
thirty-seven years of honest business
methods, is always ready to back any
assertion it makes.
420, 422, 424, 426
lick out, Uie furniture aud the
carpets you need tell us you will
jwty for them as you get paid week
ly or monthly; you won't hear us
say a word about notes or interest
-anti we are ready to prove to you
that our credit prices are lower than
Ue CASH pnoes elsewhere.
Makes the buying EASY, a
The new Carpets are here In- a
grains Bru&elsaud VelvetjB. Low- Q
out prices in atbington. All car
pets made, laid and lined free no
charge for waste In matchiugf igurefe.
AH Uie best makes of stove k are
fere gas. oil and coal stoves heat
ers and cookers all prices.
Mammoth Credit Kous
817-819-821-823 7th S!.,
Between H and I.
are essential to
the beauty of
Bad teeth would
make Venus herself homely.
We can make you a Senutlful
tel of teeth foronly SB.OO
TBETH extracted absolutely with
out PAIN by our new method ..500
To demonstrate this fact we will for
tlte next thirty days extract teeth
FHEE OF CHARGE
Every Saturday from 10 to 12.
Washington Dental Parlors,
N. H. Cir. Tin and E Sts. N. "W.
Hay Building, over A. & P. Tea Store.
Office hours-8 a. in. to 5 p. m.; Sun
days, 0 a. m. to 2 p. m.
TS GIVI-. THADLXG STAMPS.
no 4-3 mo-em
AM. DENTAL PARLORS
720 14th St. . YV.
6pecJnl attention given to artificial teeth.
Permanent full hets of teeth.
?:elintUiig,nindeof the best ma
terial and executed by (skilled
workmen. All work guaran
teed to be firtt data in every
For this month only.
FOR THIS MO.VTIT ONLY-- A &s.
Uetal platc7having all the ad- 12 f 3 a
vantage of jsold, much lighter. k l 0
noM-lrriiatiuu to the mouth, aud fl f (1 R
unbreakable. Thetnohtdebirablo 3 a &
denture that money will buy.
Epeclal price till
after Hoiit-avs, Ar
tificial Teeth on
rubber plates, $5
Per ret natural,
fit. You cannot get
better even at high
er price. Gold nnd
materials used If deMred.
EVANS DENTAL PARLOR,
BoG-2mo 1S09 F Bt. nw.
Tills Week at
S12-81-C- 7th St.
715 Market Space.
$7,00 Se.il Plush Capes, trim- (Q fiA
med with Angora 33CPoUk7
EISENJi ANN'S, SSSSSSlSk
Jto j?y' TEETH
LANSBURGH & BRO.
Seventh St f
dANY BRlDaS IN ONE DAY
Weddings Galore Mark tlio Eve of
l"otnstcr Generul and JIrs. Unrj V:
Dinner to Young People AIi.s.
I'eriy Jloulh'.- Liincliuou.
Postmaster General Gary and Mr. Gary
gave a dinner last night to a number of
tholr young friends, in Baltimore aud other
cities for the hospitable purpose of intro
ducing them to some very delightful young
pfoulpof this city. The guests were seated
at table in the dining-room already Tamed
for its wonderful frieze of frei-coed cupHU
disporting in the garden of the gods, and
in addition to the gorgeoub coloring of
the chrysanthemums, which were brought
from the country home of tle Po.slmubter
General to decorate the board, there
were bands of broad red satin ribbon
fctrelchol across the cloth and clusters n
twinkling red candleb.
The puofcts present were. Miss Alger,
Mis. McKcnna, Mn. Eugene Levering and
Mtts Levering, or Baltimore; MibS Width
erldpe, f BalUinore; Miss Je&sie Gary, Miai
Maleleiae Gary. Mr. Frederick Alger, Mr.
Chvleo Pike, of Chicago; Mr. Wallace
Symutous, of St. Louis, and Dr William
Balt7ell, Mr. William Pleasnnts and Mr.
Anurcw Whitheridge, al! of Baltimore.
Mrs. Perry S. He.itli, wife of the first
Asntetaut Postmaster General, entertained
Jit iiiueheou yesterday in honor yf Miss
Barber, niece of the President and Mrs.
McKJclej. The floral decoration of the
daintily appointeil table were La Fiance
roses that bloomed in a silver va.se on
u centerpiece of point luce over pink
MUln. togctbi with boucmeU, of pink
popples and maidenhair fern. SweeU
weie i:rved in baskets of pink and green
spun candy, and In silver candelabra
burned pink candles under the wirae tinteil
shades. French court ladles were painted
In water colors on each name card, ami
for each guest were souvenir candlesticks
of DiesdPii china, tied with bows of pink
ribbou. Besides Miss Harbor, the other
guests galJiered anout the flowe. -decked
table were Mrs. McCallum, Miss Long, Mis
Lillian Oiry, Miss Je-sie Garj-. Miss BIis,
MiRs Wlkou, Miss McKenna, Miss Marie
Mclvcuait, and Miss Louise Kauffmau.
Chrif-t diurch, Georgetown, wab beauti
ful' v decorated yeMefday evening, and
filled with a brilliant gathering, in honor
of the marriage of Miss May Hoover
Fowell to Mr. George Baker ITillmaii, of
WilUesliarrc. Pa. The bride entered the
church with her father and her attendant
maid, MIks Elizabeth Wright Davis, of
New York. Thev were preceded by the
ushers. Mr John Turner, Mr. Ralph nill
mnn, of South Bethlehem. Pa.; Dr. Charles
A. Miunr, Mr. II. R nigginb, of Louisville
Ky.: and Assistant Engineer George W.
Lewis. U. S. N.,At the chancel the were
jolued by the groom and his best man.
Mr. Frederick Hillman, where the ceremony
was performed by Rev. Albert Rhett Stuart,
rector of Christ Churcli.
The bride wore white satin, draped with
Brussels net and point lace. Her veil
was fastened with a white aigrette, and
slip carried a shower bouquet of white
clirjsanthemuins. Miss Davis was gowned
daintily m light blue satin and silk uet,
the 1'jV; bodice embroidered with rhine
stones, and outlined about the shoulders
with'toucheb of duchc&s lace. Her flowers
were pink chrysanthemums fashioued in u
The church service was follov. ed by n
reception at the residence of the bride's
pair-nts, Mr. and Mrs. "WlUiair. T. Powell,
on Thirty first street, and afterward Mr.
and Mrs. HUiman left for an extend .-d
trip jitb. They will reach their future
heme in "Wilkcsbarre the latter part ,jf
December, when the bride will perform
her first social duty as one cf the lady
patronesses of the assembly ball, which
will occur on New Year's eve.
Mi Frances Lane White aud Mr. Chart e
Morris lrelan Avcre unitedin marriage last
night at ? o'clock at theXew York Avenue
Presbyterian Church, which was fill?'.,
with residential friends and guests from
cut jf t ,wn.
The bride ertered the church with hei
father. Mr George h. B. AVhlte. preceded
by Jicr two tmall nietes, Muriel Kendall,
daughter of Mrs. G. H. Kendall, of New
York, and Louise Mucins White, daughter
of Mr and M1s.I1. E. White, of this city
Each .ore accordion pleated frocks 1,1
maize liberty silk and carried ferns and
The bride was gowned with elegant
simplicity in. heavy Avhite brocade, trim
med with ranillv lace. Instead of the con
ventiuual veil she wore in her daik hair
a point lace butteifly and a single w!Ure
biide bud, the same flowers forming her
bouquet. Tlte best, man was Mr. Grant
TO CITHE A COLD INT ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refundthemoneylf ltfallsto cure.
25c- Thetrenuiue has L. B. Q.ou each tablet.
DAILY. SUK0AY, ttfeEKLY
,ts omasa, t&s&i ea ,
jsj tout, no. r '
'Gen t lemon :-
itrFgood advantage by the Terralineeole- At anyrate .itshown the
great faith of a child in Terralinp. .,1 have a cr?usin here who has a lit
,tle "four-year-old girl Laura Hall-who is one of the' prettiest" children
'Ileyer sa. She had een suf fering"witha. cough and jis'.usual hadltakeri)
Terraline for it That night when sne"got-down ather -cother's'knee to,
say her prayersshe .repeated after, her mother the blessings askedfor;
each menberof the family., and whenher mo the r said: "And please7rLordJ
c"ure my 'cough, "fche littleoneloqked up in her faceTanri said "Why, mo
theri I'have taken my, Terraline. .Wlien it wastoldto me if struck md)
as being a very fclever, thing andsomething'that'could be used with great
advantage by the" Terraline people, lam not sure that I did not"" write
fchem'something'about it; at any rate7lt was my inter.tlonto do'sc. Tho,
father "of the little girl, is Everett Hall,"" who has charge of the" notion'
department of the wholesale drygoods house of Lemmon & Gale ofthiscity.,
Burroughb, and the ubhurs were Mr. Albert
W. Thomson and Mr. Artemus B. Paul, of
Baltimore, Mr. J. Steuart Rusk, of lioston,
Mi J Clemson Pusey, of Philadelphia;
Mr. Hairy G. Meem.and Mr. W P Loux
wod, or this cltv. A pretty.iucident of tne
wpddmg was contributed by the twosr.ill
maids Aiio ininod the Iwst man at thecloie
or the ceremony, and escorted him out ur
A reception iollowed at the White rest
dence to the two families only , arter whir 1
Air. and Mrs. Irnlan left for their moon
journey, and will be at home aficr Jau
uar. l, at No. 150 ilacon street, Coltuu
Arthcmariiaguof Ml&s Eustacia Barron
Boyle and Mr. Frederiok'- Hafdefcty,
whieh was solemnized at noon yesterduy
at; St. Paul'P Church, tlic ceremony wai
performed by Rev. James P Mackin, as
sisted tiy Kev. JJr. D. J. Stafford, Itev.
Paul Griffith, Rev. Dr Daniel Grim, Rev.
Eugene F. Ilnnon and Rev Joseph P.
Foley. Tiie bride, gowned in dark green
brondCh th.with a Russian blouse and hat
of green velvet, and carrying a shower
liouquet of lilies of the valley, entered
the chutcb with her eldest brother, Mr.
John Boyle. The ushers were -Mr. G. A.
Dessez, Mr. II C. Snyder, Mr. Earle ('.
Quackcnbush and Mr. II H. Benner. Tin
besr man was Mr. Wflllam S. Hardcsty.
a brot'ier or the groom. Mr. and Mrs.
llarde.-ty left after the ceremony for their
wedding trip, and upon their return will
make this city their home.
At St. Paul's Episcopal Church at noon
yestetday, Rev. Di. Hardin, lector, united
in marriage? Miss Virginia Randolph Faust
and Mr. Hem y Willard Clapp. The bride's
on'y attendant was hei maid of hoii'ii,
Miss Mary Gordon Wallace, or Freder
ic-ksbuis, and Mr. Francis Farquhar, or
New Yolk, served the giooni as best man.
The ushers were Mr. Marven Thompson,
Mr. Alfred Tyler, Mr. H. W. Kced, Mr.
Andiew G. Biady, Mr. W. J. Tetors, ind
Mr. Frank It. Green.
Mi. William B. Lane and Miss OctavU
T. Bustln were married yesterday after
noon by Rev Frederick Power, of the
Vermont Avenue Christian Church, at his
parsonage, on Wallach place, In the
presence of a few intimate friends. The
giooiu is a well known business man In
this city and the bride is a relative of
f.ninei Senator Itansom, of Ncith Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane left for Harrlsburg
immediately after the wedding.
Miss Grace Guard, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Guard, and Mr. Hugh
R. Insley, formerly of California, but
now located in business here, were married
yesterday afternoon, at 6 o'clock, at Use
Established in Fhiladelplda in 17
$ Most probably those nervous hmd $
G aches you suffer from are caused by
S some defect in rUion, which glasses 2
louhl correct. Strained eyesight is S
q hound to -unset the nervous system. trc
& teit your eyes ana give you competent q
CAMERAS and OPERA
GLASSES make tasteful
Xmas gifts. We are
.a a .
McAllister & Feast,
F Street northwest
$Xs3xS'2S'2 3$SSa SS $JSS
- &.'."k'5i. Ta-- 5&$!S-Sy 1k-SS
f It. HARRIS & CO., Cor 7th and V Stn
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Solid Silver Embroidery or Manicure Scissors, and only 73c to pay.
A certain house advertises them as a bargain nt $1, while most htores ask
$1.50. Just another evidence of our underselling abilities; whether it be
small, solid .Mlver fancy pieces or a SI, 000 Diainonll Pendant.
Any article reserved lor Christmas upon payment 6f a small de
gash. Loan.TrustBuildi'ng -
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ago a little, incidenthappene"d"'wfTich"mi2ht"'U"e usod
Yours very truly,
tj ' f(
Calvary Baptist Church, Itev. S. II. Greene,
officiating. The bride, wearing a traveling
gow-i of brown novelty, and carrying Bride
rosi's, entered the church with the groom
and was preceded to the chancel by the
ushers, Mr Iteed Insley, of California, the
groom's bpollier; Messrs. Charles Mntthews
aud Harrv Hopkins, of Deerwood. Mil.
Mr. Rur-is King, of Fredericksburg, Vu.
aud Ar. George Gilo. an, of this city. Mr.
and Mrs. Insley left immediately after the
Service for New York, and upon their re
tnru will reside at No- 515 L, street north
wet, utter December 1,
One of the largest and most elaborate
of last night's nuptial events occurred
at the Sixth Presbytcriarf Church, ths
principals being Miss iJora Mewtoii Ivnisnt, ,
the daughter of Co?pt. Henry M. Knight, of
South Washington?, anllMr. Edward A
Muir, eldest soq of thV Rev. Dr J. J.
Muir, pustorof theE Street Baptist Church
The budal partf entered the church her
aided by tho wrfldfhg' march from "Lohf n
rir," plajed by Mr Claude E. Miller, a
friend c.r the groom.
The ushers, wlio led 'the bridal proces
sion, were MesSrs. C. . Muir, Carlisle
P. Knight, C. W. Holnies, R. P. II awes,
A. V. Graves anil Oscar'll. Weideinann. of
Philadelphia. Mr. Jdhrinv. Muit, brother
of tlte groom, attended him as best man.
Miss Helen Thompson, u little niece of
the bridf. succeeded them, liolding the
endf of twu gurhiudtj o"f white chrysan
thetnunis which- were carried by the -iiv
bridesmaids, .til or'whoAi wore white or
gandie over skirts of varied tints, each
two wearing, respectively, lavender, pink
and blue, with sa.-hes and collars to match.
They were the Misses Ella A. Knight, Ger
trade N. Knight and Eva E. Knight, sis
tern of the bride; the Misses Florence E. M.
Muir and Edna A Muir, sisters of tne
groom, and Miss Sybil E. Weldemanu, of
Philadelphia. The maid of honor, Miss
Clara B. Knight, attended her sister In
an effective combination of white organdie
over yellow silk, the flower maid being
gowned in the same pretty fashion.
1 lie wedding gown was of ivory satin,
trimmed with pearl passementerie and
cluftc-n . The bride's veil was fastened with
pearl pins and a diamond sunburst, a gift
from the groom, and she carried a bouquet
of biide loses.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Dr.Mnlr, assisted byRev.D. W.Skellenger,
and af tf r the service ,the bonk from which
it was reau was given as a souvenir to
A reception followed at the home of the
bride, HOC Maryland avenue southwest,
after which they left for an extended trip,
and upon their return will be at home at
the Savoy about the middle of December.
At t Mark's Pro-cathedral Churcli, yeb
terdav afternoon at 6 o'clock, Miss Marian
Maude Fellows, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. limner Fellows, became the wife
or Mi. John Webster Davidson, Bishop
Satterl"c officiating. The bride was at
tended by Miss Grace Bagger, daughter
of thclnte Louis Bugger, as maid of honor,
together with two small flower girls,
little Miss JRuth Tiffany and Miss Dorothy
Dodge The best man was Mr. Francio
M. Lowe, of Alabama. The ushers were
Capt. James Bell, John Danfoith, J. 1).
Hall ami D. J. Gantt. The bride is a
nic e of Hon. ThomnsUpdergraf f , of Iowa,
and the groom, who is assistant to the
librarian nt the Naval Observatory, lias
been recently, admitted to the District
Master Bruce Magruder will be al honi"
at 5 o'clock this afternoon at the resi
dente of Mr. and Mrs. George Magruder
on the Tcnleytown road.
1'oui credit is good at Lansnurgh's Fur
niture House, 13th and F sts. oc3-tf
Use Dr. Henry's Headache Powders for
headaches caused by alcoholic excesses or
overeating. " Tio20-lhurs,sat-tf
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JT SOLID SILVER
T SCISSORS, 75c. 5
'Sftpt 12tK '97
:" - ,
STOCK MARKET'S DULL DAY
Beggars .and Defies Description,
But Closes Easy.
Vlieat Was l&iuully Slow, Hut Closed
"With the XHelie.st Prices of
the Present "Weelc.
New York, Nov. 2-1. Very little light was
thrown on the intentions or the Adminis
tr.itiou regarding its recommendations to
CongreaS for the reform of the currency in
tiie speech delivered last evening by the
Secretary or the Treasury. The most that
could be deduced from the remarks of
the Kecrotarj was that the Administration
was not without ideas on the subject.
It may be. assumed that thePresIdentand
his Secretary or the Treasury are reserving
their thunder for Congress, and that the
outside business world must be content
to remain It. Ignorance, of their intentions
until the M-cond Tuesday or December.
Today's stock market beggared and de
fled description. In addition to Uie other
influences, the tendency of which was to
depress active trading, the holiday to
morrow was operative In the same way
and the dealings, which at aK times wr
light, came to a standstill. Excellent stat
ments of earnings were reported by the
St. Paul and Missouri Pacific Companies
without any effect on tllce stock-, or
olsewheie In the market, and even th
purchase by foreign arbitrage houses of
a fair amount of stocks on balance wit.
effective utily at the opening cf business.
For many stocks the opening prices were
the highest of the day. The market dosed
dull and easy.
New York Stock Market.
Corrected dally by W. B. Hlbbs &" Co
Bankers and Brokers. Members of the
N. Y. Stock Exchange. 1427 P street.
Open High Low Clos.
American Spirits 7 1i 6& 7$
American Spirits, pfd. .. 1"' Yihi 1" 17
Am. Sutrar Refinery... . IK 132 130?$ 130J
American Sugar, pid.. . Ill1 lll- Ul HIS
American Tobacco SO1 81 60JJ SI
Atchison, Top & S F, pfd 27H 27H 26i 26J,'
Bay State Gas. 5 SJi 5j 5?,
Chesapeake & Ohio 21' 21M 2l'f 21'i
Chicago, Bur. &Quincy.. Si 91 93H S34
fhin-Mrr. X.- N. W. 1QIU 12IU 15IU 1ilit
j Chicago Gas S31 lV3H 9l?i 91
C M. & St. Paul
'JZVi y.b VW 82
a, K. x. & jfacmo inr, ei ? wy,
Consolidated Gas. 183 183"a 181V4 ISili
Delaware & Hudson. ... 107 107S 107 107
Louisville & Nashville... 51 54 5H biH
Met. Traction..., 115 115 112 113
Manhattan Elevated 59& 101'i 99f4 99J,
Mo.PaCillc 23i 25? 28 23i4
M.,IC&T.pfd 321 Zli 32i4 32J4
National Lead Co 32?i 32Ji 324 32
New Jersey Central &1 SI S2K 83
Northern Pacific 19? 19 19 19'$
Northern Pacific pfd 5. 553g 5t 5JJ
Ontario & Western 15 15 15 15
Phila. & Keading 21
Southern Railway, pfd. 2954
Texas Pacific 11
Tenn. Coal and Iron 23 Ji
U. S. Leather, pfd 62
Wabash, pfd 17i
Western Union Tel S07i
29JJ SfM 291
21 20JS 20Ji
29J4 9H 29
11 11 11
23J 23J.J 23
24 23 23H
6Z 62 62
"H 17Ji 174
S6? S62X S2
Ex-div. Hi per cent. tAll paid..
Yesterday's stock market was a sorry af
fair. Tfc was remarkably dull even by
comparison with the apathetic condition
which has prevailed forsome weeks. Merc
than that it was weak. This was as sug
gestcd in yesterday's Times, exactly. The
speech of Secretary Gage had no effect
whatever. Some of his friends nmuug
the bulls had hoped it might liven things
Tip a little, but they were disappointed.
There was not all day any business what
ever, except among the room trader:;.
The immediate luture offers very little
hope of any broadening of the marker.
The events to come and the news of thr
past lew weeks are calculated to dis
courage anything like ardor on anyone's
part. It is probable that there will be
some slight railj tomorrow aud Satur
day, but it will be simply the short pendu
lum wing induced by the professionals.
Northern Pacific preferred continued dur
itifr the moininjr the bull feature of tho
market, aud itb influence prevented tin
general wis Horn t-omine; until al'terncou.
Good buying continued on the prospector
a dividend next week. The reKUlarnionthly
meeting of the directors will be l.eld en
December 13. A 4 per cent rate Is pre
dicted. The earnings have been above
The h"a,vinessof Spirits eoutinud, as w as
"""""" table should look more
tempting, more appetizing: on that day.
Now we have an innumerable stock of Table Linen and Napkins from
which you can select. We have a grand quality Linen Cloth for SOc
per yard much better for 62 l-2c and up to the very finest quality.
Napkins to match. Fine linen Tray Cloths in extra values.
We Give Trading Stamps.
The green ones the original kind. Come and get
yours. You are entitled to a green stamp with every
ten-cent purchase. What astringof people have had
their book filled within the past week!
You ought to see their pleased countenances.
WE CLOSE AT HOOK TODAY.
ijjj 420, 422, 424, 426 Seventh St.
TlH-re was liquidation of long
The news of the trustia all bad.
Town Topics thus quotes; "Mr. Russell
Sage frankly admits that lie has been pick
lug up stocb'S. aud he believes that thu
market will not wait Tor Congress to meet
before it has something of a substantial
advance- There has been no njre per
sistant dividend payer on tiie Hat than
Western Union, and on merit the stock is
worth par. People that buy it should not
be in a nurry to take auy scalping proftu.
because between this and the January
boom, which will come, of eoors. on the
disbursement of interest and dlvidawH,
Western Union will nfv a too pohtU .f
not greau-r, advance."
Town Topics has told this wry bfor.
It doesn't always come true by auj means.
The gross earning of the Southern Rail
way for the montnof October were $1 ,915.,
643, an increase of $18,1)37. Iowa Centnl
Tor the thiru week of November steowed an
increase of S5.7&0. Northern Pacific's
earnings fur the first three days of the
third xceck of November increased $76,000
The net increase of tnl& road for October
was $'J00,00O. St. Paul's earnings in
creased $109,000 for the third weak.
There w as a worse drop in Sugar yes
terday than in anything else. It wa-
partly flue, perhaps, to a rumor that Mr.
Ilavemeyer was worse. This was iooa
denied flatly by 3Ir. Haveineyer rela
tives. Dow, Jones & Co. say:
"Traders thought that long stocks came
out yesterday in Union Pacific. The sell
ing appeared to come from int;ret ralher
close to the reorganization committee, but
supporting orders came into the market
on the dec-Hue. There is no doubt that,
a.s a result of the enforced change la
the capitalization of the new rouinaoy,
resulting from the increased payment to
the Government, there has heeu a goul
deal of telling of a speculative nature
In Union Pacific, much of which repre
sents the cl:lng out uf a long interest
which accumulated on the summer rise."
Washington stocir Exenuus;e.
Sales West End National Bank, 5 at
104 1-2; Traders' National Bank, 10 at
f9; Capital Traction, 20 at '10 3 -1; U. s.
Electric Light. 20 at 110; Mergenthaler
Linotype, 10 at 142 1-2; Lanston Monotype
o0 at IS 5-6, 14 at 10 70 at 10 1-8.
After Call-U. S. Electric Light, 1C0 at
U. S. 4s, R 1M7 Q. J 112JJ 113?
U. S-4's.CUWig. J in
V. S.4'8,1925. 127
U. S. 5's, 1001 Q. F 11SJ(
DISTRICT OF CQTjTOIBIA BOND
1S99 5's. "20-ycar Funding" 169
C'slME, -30-vearFnndtag" poW.... 110
7's, 1901, "Water Stock currency. 11
7's 1903, "Water Stock" currency. 1J0
"Funding" currency, 3.65's 113
Met. R. R. 5's, 1925 116
Met. R. It. Conv. 6's 12
Met. R. R. Cert. Indebtedness, A.. 125
Met. R. R. Cert. Indebtedness, B..W3
Belt R.R. 5's, 1D21 50
EckinRtonR.R.6,sJ, 1S96-1911 85
Columbia R. R. 6's. 1S149 120
Wash Gas Co., Sen A, 6's, 1902-27. HI
Wash. Gas Co., Ser. B, 6's, 1P01--29. 112
U. S. Elec. Light Debenture Imp.
Ches.&Pot.Tel.5's. 1S90-1911 105
Am. Sec. & Tr. 5's, F and A, 1905 . 100
Am. Sec. & Tr. .Vs, A and 0. 1905 . 100
Wash. Market Co. 1st 6"s, 1002-1911-
$7,0u0 retired annually 110
Wash. Market Co. Imp. 6's, 12-27. . . 110
Wash. Market Co. ext'n 6's, 114-'27. 110
Masonic Hall Association 5's, 1903. 106
Wash. Light Inf. 1st 6s. 1001 95
XATIOXAI. BANK STOCKS.
Bank or Washington 275
Farmers and Mechanics 180
Citizens : 135
West End 108
&AFE UEfOSXT ASD THUST COMPAXIB3.
Nat. Safe Deposit and Trust 115
Wash. Loan and Trust 119JS
Amer. Security and Trust 14lJ
Wash. Safe Deposit 30
Capital Traction Co 60fc
GAS AND BI.HCTKIC LIGHT STOCKS.
Washington Gas. IT
Georgetown Gas 42
U. S. ISectrie Light W0&
Corcoran. f.. 55
German American IN
National Union lOK
Real Estate Title 00
Columbia Title 1
Chesapeake and Potomac
American Granhonhone nfd...
Pneumatic Gun Carriage -53
Mergenthnter Linotype U2i4
Lanston Monotype - 18
Washington Market 10
Great Falls Ice 103
Nor. & "Wash. Steamboat
Cldcago, Nov . 24. The wheat market to
day was dull but strong, closing with the
highest price for the week. Foreign mar
kets were higher, with considerable fcales
for export reported on overnight offer.
. Farmers' deliveries show a falling oif.
There was considerable more done In De
cember wheat than for several d-jys past.
Lansburgh &. Bro. ffl
there Is one day of the
year that your table ough
to have new table linen it is
Thanksgiving Day. The
Bankers & Brokers,
1333 P St. N. ..Washington, D. C,
Cotton and Cofiee
Bought and sold at regular commission
rates, or margin of a to 5 per cent.
"We Have Our Own Direct Private Wlrea to
66 Broadway, .... New York
Ames Building, Boston
Bctz Building, . . . Philadelphia
Our offices in all these cities are the mof a
comfortable to be found in thisoountry.and
our raciUties for the prompt execution of
coinmihSton orders are unexcelled. We
solicit the patronage of only the best clasa
of operators, either to r investment or specu
LeKersand"ONE WEEK WITHK1NQ LOT
TON will furnish you -with solid faets per
taining to this moat active speculative com
modity. A copy will be mailed you on ap
plication. OHt of Town Correspondence Solldtel.
Money to Loan
At 5 Per Cent.
on real estate in D. C; no delay: tanxs
HE1SKELL i MoLERAN.
jr-ti looa p t.a-sr.
The National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
Of the Bistrlcfc or Columbia.
COK. 16TH ST. AND SEW YORE AVE.
Chartered by special act of Congress, Jan.
1S67, and acts of Oct.. 1890.
and Feb.. 159Z.
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
Members of the New Tort Stock Ex
change. 1419 F et, Glover Euildlnc
Correspondents or Messrs. Moore Sciiley,
No. 80 Broadway.
Bankers, and JJettfers in uo eminent Bonds.
Deposits. Exchange Loans.
Railroad Stocks and Bonds and all
securities listed on the exebaucea of
New York, I'tuladelpbia, Boston and Balti
more bought and sold.
A specialty made of Investment securi
ties. District Bonds and all local Rail
road. Gas, Insurance and Telephone Btoclc
American Bell Telephone Stocfc bousM
and sold. mhlo-tf
BANKERS and BROKERS.
Members New "fork StocU Exchange,
1 427 F Street.
LADENBURG. TI1ALMANN & CO,
J. A. BREEDS &, CO.
Stocks, Bonds. Cotton. Grain and Provisions.
Correspondents Purnell, Hananan & Co.,
iceiubersNew 1'ork Consolidated Exchange;
Atwood, Vlolett & Co.. members New "fork
Cotton Excliange; Lamson Oros. & Cov
Board oT Trade. Chlcago
1335 F ht. N. AV., Adams Bulldlns.
FoU KENT The best way to help your
buMness or prufe-sitii ia to move into
the largest and best-known office build
ing in the city.
TilK WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST
BUILDING, COR- 9TH AND F STS.
A few choice rooms now available; mod
erate rental, no extras; perfect Janitor
service, fire-proof surroundings; 8 ite
rators, ! stories; commodious bicycle
AND TRUST CO. g
I Pvloney to Loan.
1 liia company has money to lo&i :
tt fn listed collateral securities as 6
jjwest rato or interest.
g V. J BELL, President
evidently in the way of closing tradei.
Foreign market continue to take our wheat
Ironi ua, 760,000 bushels clearing again
d'iring the paet tAventy-foux hoars from
the Atlantic coast and Gulf ports.
Cliicimo Grnln lUid Proislon Market
Corrected dally by "W. B. Blbb3 & Co.,
Bankers and Brokers. Members of the
N. Y. Stocfc Exchange, 1427 F utreet.
Sea re RiEsr
4J27 4U2T 3
.Vow York Cotton Market,
Open. High. Low. Clos.
December 5.G3 5.66 5.62 SttQ
January.. 5.72 5.75 5.83 5.60
March 5.S3 5.85 5.77 . 5.77
May- 5.S3 6.M 57 oa