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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SATtftftAY. AUGUST .2 ...18
SHHATOBS Iff HD
Several Clubs Set Their Faces
Toward ilie Setting Sun.
The WahliiiiKton Team Will Stop ni
Cincinnati, Coins Tlicuce to M.
Lou I Only Tliree Lcn?rtie Games
I'liijcd. Tcnterdnj Kn ltoiitc to
Kill 3Tlielr 'Western IluK-n-;-inciitK.
HOW THE CLUBS bl'XSTt.
"' Won- Loci.
Brooklyn 71 35
Boston 67 42
Baltimore 64. 41
Philadelphia 68 44
St. Louis 63 49
Cincinnati 58 48
Chicago 56 53
Pittsburg 55 56
Louisville 48 59
Kew York 46 59
Washington 36 71
Cleveland.:....? 19 -94
Cle-idanil, -1; Sew York, 2.
I'll t kit nrsr, 7; IloMon, (J.
St. Louis, 7; I'litlmlcl-tltin, .
SU Lou I, :t; I'liilndf-Inliiii, 1.
WxiKlilnK-ton at Cincintintt.
liOMtou at Plttklmr;-.
Xew Yorli at Cleveland.
Ilnltlmore at Louisville.
Brooklyn at CLIcngro.
I'lill-idc-l-iliin at St. LouIk.
There tvere but three League games yes
terday, several of the Eastern clubs being
cn route to their "Western engagements.
The fight will open up today, all along the
line In "Western territory. The Senators
-will stop oft at Cincinnati and play a game,
-R hence they go to SL Louis and play a
Sunday game -with Tebeau's Indians, con
cluding the series on Tuesday.
THE PEHFECTOS TAKE TWO.
Tie lUiIlIIcn Barely Ehcnpc n. Doable
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 25. Philadelphia
drop'ped two games to the Tebeaultes this
afternoon, the first by the score of 7 to 2,
end the second by 3 to 2. That they were
not whitewashed in each game was due to
good Jack. Cuppy pitched the first game
for the locals, the Phillies being able to
get Daly four hits off him, two of which are
credited to Delehanty- Chiles' drive to
right'for home in the fourth Inning, bring
ing 'la Delehanty. was the feature of the
ilret game. Sudhoff and Piatt were the
pitchers In the second game, Piatt being
easy for St. Louis, who rapped out ten
TiitE The score:
STL-LOUIS. B. IB. PO. A. E.
Donlln, cL 1100
Cldlds, 2b. 12 0 0 0
Heidnck, rf. .- 0 0 0 0 0
Burkett, If. 0 2 4 0 0
Schrecongost, lb. 1 1 14 0 0
Criger, c. 112 10
Cross, Sb. 2 12 4 0
Wallace, i 12 14 0
Cuppy, p. 0 0 0 2 0
Totals v 7 10 7 11 0
PHILADELPHIA. B. IB. PO. A. E.
Thomas, cf. 0 0 S 0 0
Goeckel, lb. 0 0 .10 0 0
Delehanty, If. 12 8 0 0
Oinles, rf 1110 0
Lauder; 3b. 0 0 110
Douglass, c. 0 0 110
JL Cross, bs. 0 0 2 12
Dolan, 2b. 0 1 2 6 1
Donbhiie, p. 0 0 0 4 0
To'SSs 2 4 24 12 3
t Lowa 00120310 T 7
Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-2
Ear&d: runs-Si. Louis 3, Philadelpnia. 2.
Home run Chiles. Two-base hit Delehanty.
Tore-"ba6e'bit& Doniiii, Wallace 2. Sacrifice hit
GoeckeL Bates on baUs Off Cuppy 1, ofi" Dono
liue2. Trouble play SchrecoTigost, unassisted.
EtruEk out By Cuppy 3. 'Wild pitches Dona
hue 2. Umpires EmsUe and McDonald. Tune of
game 1 hour and 0 minutes.
ET. XODIS. B. IB. PO. A. E.
Bonlin, cL 12 10 0
Chiias?'2b. 0 0 10 0
Hddrick. rf. 0 12 0 0
BuAett, If. 0 0 5 0 0
Bclirecoegest, lb 1 2 12 0 0
Oigtr, c 0 2 3 11
L. Crofs, 3b. 0 114 0
WaMacc, ss. 0 12 6 0
Badhpff, p. 110 5 0
Tptals 3 10 27 15 1
PHILADELPHIA. B. IB. PO. A. E.
Thomas, . 1 0 a 1 0
Goeckel, lb. 0 0 4 0 0
Delihantj, II. 0 0 8 0 0
Ohllw, rf. '. 0 12 0 0
Lauder, 2b 0 0 10 0
McParland, c 0 18 2 0
M. Cress, ts. 0 0 0 4 0
Da-lan, 2b. 0 0 5 2 1
Piatt, p. 0 10 10
Ttrtals ,.. 1 3 24 10 1
St. Lewis r 10011000 x 3
Pbfladdphia 10000000 01
Earned runs St. Louis L Two-base hit Sud
hoffi Three-baee lilts Chiles, Piatt. Bases on
baits Off Sudhoff 1, off Piatt 2. Double plays
Eudboff, 'Wallace and Schrecongost; Thomas and
listen. Struck out By Sudhoff 1, by Piatt 2.
Paed ball McParUnd. Stolen bases Burkett,
Hit by pltcbel ball Chllds and Crijrer. Umpires
McDenald and Emslic. Time ol game 1 hour
and 45 minutes.
Tanuelilll, Wllllaxufc, and Beaumont
Knock Out a "Victory.
PITTSBURG. Pa., Aug. 25. Tannehill,
besides pitching well after the fourth Inning
today, helped Pittsburg to defeat Boston
by knocking two three-baggere, -which
yielded three runs. McCarthy scored the
winning run on Long's fumble, a steal,
Bergen's bad throw, and Ely's long fly.
Manager Frank Selee, of the Boston Club,
denies that he has bean engaged to manage
the Pittsburg team next year, but says that
after October 15 he will be free to sign
where.hepleaseE. The score:
PITTSBURG. B. IB. PO. A E.
Bcsiimoul, cf. 12 5 0 0
"Miriams. 3b 0 12 10
iIcOnl.yr-lf. 10 8 0 0
Donovan, rf. ............. 0 0 2 0 0
Ely, a. 1 S X 2 0
Bower-nan, lb 1 0 0 1 0
Sol-river, c, 1, 1 4 2 0
O'Brien, 2b. 114 11
Tamim,sp. 12 0 0 0
Totals' ...-: 7 10 27 7 1
1)3St6X. IL IB. PO. A. E.
Hamilton, cf. 3 2 2 O 0
T88k.1 1 1 11 0 0
Lot!?, su. 0.1 3 1 2
EU-bL rf. 0 10 0 0
Count, ':9b. 0 0 2 4 0
Duffy U. . 12 4 0 0
Loc, 2b 13 10 0
JJerj-en, c 1110 1
Lcvvbi, p. 110 10
Ttl 6 12 24 12 3
Pittsburg ,.. 00101410 x 7
BeEUra 09400002 00
Siek-n bastMcOBrtby. Two-base bit WH
Hams. Tbrct-bas hits TanneWil 2, Lon?, Lowe.
Hsme run Ueaarnout. Sacrifice hit Bowerman.
Struck out By Tannehill 3, bi Lcu-bs L Bases
an balls Off Ttnncbill 1. Umpires Gaffnev and
Latham. Attendance 2,000. Time I game 1
bour end 45 minutes. t
CLEVELAND WINS A GAME.
ruoUer, Van Haltrcu, ana Dojle in
CLEVCLAND, Ohio. Aug. 25. ICnepper
pitched a gilt-edged game today, and the
Clevolands won easily, as they gave the
tlgpltcher elmost faultless support. Only
four felts -Rere made by the Giants, and two
of them were scratches. In an attempt to
uteat "eccoad Tucker blocked Van Haltren
wst?!t .na a fight nearly ensued between
Tucker and Jack Doyle. The other players,
All departments of the Pabst Brca-ing- Co.'s great plant at Milwaukee, Wis., are open to the inspec
tion of visitors every day except Sunday.
however, separated them before blows were
exchanged. The score:
CLEVELAND. B. IB. PO. A. E.
Dowd, cf. 2 2 0 0 0
Hjfley. If. 13 10 0
Hemphill, rf. 12 10 0
Qumn, 2b 0 0 3 3 0
Sullivan, 3p .'.: 0 0 2 3 0
LocUicad, ss, ...'.......'.. 0 115 0
Tuclvcr, lb 0 0 13 1 1
Sugden, c. . -0, ; 0 4 4 0
Knepper, p .... 0- "0 2 3 1
Foster, rf. .........
Hardest;, ss. .......
B. IB. PO.
0 2 2
0 0, 1
0 0 2
0 0 3
0 0 2
Totals 2 4 24 12 4
Clcoland :r.. 20000-110 xi
New York 00000200 02
Bases on errors-Cle, eland i, New' York 2. Left
on baes Cleveland 7, New York 4. Two-base
hits Dowd 2, Vanllaltren. Double plas Knep
per and Tucker, Seymour and Dovle, Gleason and
Doyle. Bases on balls Off Knepper 0, off Se
mour 2. Struck out B Knepper 4, b Sey
mour 4. Sacrifice lul O'Brien. Stolen bases
O'Brien, Foster and Harley. Umpires Manasbau
and McGarr. Time cf game 1 hour and 45 min
utes. TJIE RAGING CALENDAR.
rtc-Milts of YeBtertlay.
, SARATOGA, Aug. 25. Track fast
First race For two-year-olds x five fur
longs. Lauretta. (Wilson), 15 to 1, won;
May Jane (Kuhn), 5 to 2, second; Flamora
(Bullman), C to 1, third. Time, 1:001-4.
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward; one mile. Maurice (Maher), 3 to
1, won; "Wolhurst (Bullman), 9 to 5, sec
ond; Tragedian (McCue), 3 to 5, third.
Time, 1:41 3-4.
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; five and one-half furlongs.
Dave S. (Maher), 4 to 5, won; Lillian
Belle (Bullman), 7 to 2, second; Island
Prince (Collins), 15 to 1, third. Time,
Fourth race Spencer Handicap; for
three-year-olds and upward; one and one
fourth miles. Laverock (Bullman), 6 to 5,
won; Alpen (Wilson), 5 to 2, second; His
Lordship (Mason), 15 to 1, third. Time,
Fifth race Beaverwyck Steeplechase;
full course. Dr. Catlett walked over; no
HIGHLAND PARK, Aug. 25. Track fast
First race For three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; one mile. -Maritana II
("Weber), 7 to 2, won; Cynthia H. (Mc
Quade), 12 to 1, second; Rotterdam (Du
gan), 6 to 5, third. Time, 1:41 1-2.
Second race For two-year-olds; selling;
four and one-half furlongs. Alpaca (Ross),
4 to 5, won; Daily Report (Frost), 2 to 1,
second; Talma (Songer), 8 to 1, third.
Third race For three-year-olds; selling;
sir furlongs. Annie Lauretta (Forehand),
7 to 5, won; Sallie J. (Dugan), 3 to 1, sec
ond; Eleanor Holmes ("Wood), 7 to 5, third.
Fourth race For two-year-olds; five
and one-half furlongs. Lamp Globe (Lan
dry). 7 to 5, won; Dissolute (Valentine),
6 to 1, second; Advance Guard (Songer),
even, third. Time, 1:0S.
Fifth race For threeryear-olds; one and
one-fourth miles. "Windward (Landrv), 5
to 1, won; Tip Gallant (Forehand), 3 to 1,
second; Can I See 'Em (Frost), 5 to 2,
third. Time, 1:551-2.
Sixth race For thrpp-vpnr-nlrlH n' nn
ward; selling; six furlongs. Looran (Fore
hand), 7 to 5.. won; killman- (McQuade),
3 to 5, second; Jessie Jarboe (Landry), 6
to l, tmro. Time, 1:15.
HARLEM Aug. ,25. Track fast
First race; For 'twd-year-olds; five and
one-half furlongs. Flora "Bird (Vititoe), 8
to 1. won: Silver Fiz fNuftV 2 to 3. RPcnnfl-
Tildy Ann (Beauchamp), 6 to 1, thfrd. Time,
Second race For three-year-olds; sell
ing; one mile. King's Highway (Vititoe),
6 to 1, won; Golden Rod (Wilson). 7 to 3,
second; Settle Brooks (Stewart), 5 to 1,
third. Time, 1:421-2.
Third race For three-vear-olds and nn-
ward: selllnc: one mile. Chaunr.v Fisher.
(Mitchell), 7 to 1, won; Catastrophe (Dean),
7 to 2, second; Chicopec (Peterman), 9 to 2,
third. Time, 1:42.
Fourth race For thrpp-vpar-nlrta in'
upward: sellinsr: one and nn-pi-hth mHoa
Rossa Masso (Vititoe), 7 to 2, won; The
onaman (tJeauchamp), 7 to 2, second;
Countess Irma (Peterman'. 7 in t thirri.
Time. 1:55 1-4.
Fifth race For two-vAnr-olds- Boiiintr.
five furlongs. Unsightly (Vititoe), 1 to 2,
won; uecoy lurown), 3 to 1, second; Adair
Ui-mgni), 20 to 1, third. Time, 1:02 1-4.
Sixth race For three-vear-oldt- -inrl im.
ward; selling; seven furlongs. Lord Zenl
i-voi-e-, o to i, won; uanova (Dean), 9 to 5,
second; Moroni (Boland), 6 to 1, third.
Time, 1:27 1-2.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 25. Track fast
First race For two-year-olds: five and
one-half furlongs. Silent Friend (McJoynt),
6 to L, won; Glissando (Rauch), 5 to 1, sec
ond; DInornis (Morse), 6 to 1, third. Time,
a: us J.-.
Second race For maiden three-year-olds:
six furlongs. Whisper Low (Rnuch), 6 to 1,
won; George Arnold (Shields), 20 to 1, sec-
ona; s-ieiia uerKiey (uall), 5 to 2, third.
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward; six furlongs. Also Ran II (Dom
inick), 5 to 1, won; Lake Fonso (McJoynt),
5 to 1, second: Uncle Bill (Lines), 5 to 1,
third. Time, l:lo.
Fourth rac For three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; one mile and seventy yards.
Annie Oldfields (McJoynt), 4 to 5, won;
Koenlg (Rauch), 15 to 1, second; Eight
Bells (Domlnlck), 2 to 1, third. Time, 1:48.
Fifth race For three-year-olds and up-
ward; selling; one mile. Wild Tartar (Mc-
Kinney), 60 to 1, won; Mamie G. (Ward),
9 to 2. second; Hill Billy (Morse), 6 to 1,
third. Time, 1:44.
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; six furlongs. Mamie Lou
(Dominick), 9 to 5, won; Diggs (Rauch), 5
to 2, second; Ed L. (Hinkey), 6 to 1, ihird.
St Louis entries, August 26.
First race For three-year olds and up
ward, six furlongs. Sadie Artha, Rachel
Bend, 100; Zncatosa, Crosby, 102; Ned
Wlckes. Friesland. 105; Belle of Memphis,
Miss Bramble, Dolorc, L'Alouctte, Sid
dubla, 107; Cotton Plant, Barrisso, Hill
Billy, 109; St. Augustine, 112.
Second race For all ages; selling; one
mile. Triadltza, 66; Sidtilla, Lulu W., 101;
Leo Planter, Gov. McHenry, El Ghor, 106;
Third race For three-year-olda and up
ward: selling; one mile and seventv yards.
Macy, 110; Guide Rock, Ida C, Ed Gart
land II, Forbush, 103; Loving Cup, 101.
Fourth race Chrysanthemum Stake: for
two-year-olds; one mile. John Miller, 93;
Special Notice, First Shot. 104; Duke of
Mllbournc, 105; Sidbow, 112.
Fifth race Handicap; for three-year-olds
end upward; -six furlongs Lady Osburn,
Sallndn, Good Hope, Annie Lewis, Katie
Gibbons, Command, Aunt Mary, 90: Sor-
"IT IS IGNORANCE THAT WASTES
EFFORT." TRAINED SERVANTS USE
These are the celebrated
brands which have made
Milwaukee Beer Famous
the world over. They are
and each a leader in its
row, 97; Applejack, 102; DIser, 104; Gibral
tar, Imp. Mint Sauce, 107.
Sixth race Handicap; for three-year-old3
and upward; one and one-Bixteenth miles.
Friskal, 90; Col. Cassidy, 92; Ann Eagle,
9S; Forget Not, 103; Pinochle, Moralist,
Sam Lazarus, Esq., 104; Basquil, Alleviate,
Carl a, 105; Osric II, 105, and Sir Rolla, li2
(Mofflt's entry); Ferver, 114.
Seventh race; For three-year-olds and
upward; selling; one and one-eighth miles.
C. S. Bush, 112; Eltholin, Elsmere, 110;
Ransom, Garnet Ripple, Rushfields, Otto
H., 109; Barber, Sir Joseph Lister, 107;
School Girl, Ree Begent, Annie Oldflelds,
Harlem entries, August 26.
First race For three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; six furlongs. Montgomery,
109; Albert Vale, 10S; Harry Thoburn, 107;
Georgp H. Ketchum, Jim Gore' II, 105;
Macorito, Tenole, Juggler II, 103; Georgie,
102; Brightie S Tessie May, Little Jack
Homer, 100; Easter Card, 99 J Duty, 9S;
Defender II, 9C; Free Hand, 94.
Second race For two-year-olds; seven
furlongs. Florizar, Thrive, 102; Tommy
O'Brien, 98; Rosadlah, Clara Wesley, 95;
Chief Farrell, 93; Brown Thrush, 90.
Third race Handicap; for three-year-olds
and upward; seven furlongs. Mizpah,
113; May Beach, 106; Deering, 103; Tulla
Fonso, 90; Kamsm, Andes, 85; The Lady in
Blue, S3; Jack Martin, 80.
Fourth rac( For four-year-olds and up
ward; one mile and 100 yards. Serrano,
106; Crocket, 99; Raffaello, 95.
Fifth race For three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; one and one-fourth miles,
Perwig, 106; Pancharm, 104; Croesus, 103;
Plantain, 101; Jim McCleevy, 96 Blue
Lick, 95; Gadsden, 92.
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; one mile. Simon D., 108;
Larequoise, Tony Licalzi, 105; Mary Kln
eella, Imp. Bitter Root, 103; Pitfall, 102;
Ed Tipton, 101; Evelyn Byrd, 98; Andes,
97; Pay the Fiddler, 94.
Highland Park entries, August 26.
First race For three-year-olds and up
ward; six furlongs. Alice Farley, Lamas
cotte, 115; Dave Waldo, 10S; Frank Nichols,
Flop, 105; Crystalline, Mamie Callan, 103;
Little Rigge. Santello, 101; Young Bel,
Semlcoln, 98; Triune, Crinkle, 96; AHenna,
Second race For two-year-olds; five
furlongs. Advance Guard, Elolm, Daily
Report, 110; Shrove Tuesday, 107; Lamp
Third race The Highland Park Stake;
for three-year-olds; six and one-half fur
longs. King Carnival, 97; Our Lizzie, 97,
and Springwells, 88, Hendry entry Tobe
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward; selling; seven furlongs. Dous
terswivel, Tony Honig, Henry Launt,- Sal
vador, 135; Dr. Murphy, 132; Alamo, 132;
Inspector, Annie Teuton, 130; Chancery,
128; Granby, By George, 125.
Fifth race For three-year-olds; selling;
one and one-sixteenth miles. Leoncie,
Traveller, 103; Victorine, 101; Ellsmere,
Katie May, Wordsworth, 100; Perclta, 98;
Charlotte M., 96; Tip Gallant, 94; Dr.
Haven. 92; Col. Cluke, 90.-
Slxth race For two-year-olds; selling;
five furlongs. Onoto, 107; Arlsto, 104;
Statua, 103; Foneda. 102; Earl of Aber
deen, Lizzie McCarthy 101; Two Annies,
99; Stites, 97; Insurrection, 92.
Seventh race For three-year-olds and
upward; selling; one and one-sixteenth
miles. Virgie O., Ill; Brother Fred, Kriss
Kringle, 105; Chopin, Red Pirate, Haps
burg, 101; Can I See 'Em, 100; Homelike,
.Sheepshead Bay entries, August v26.
First race For three-year-olds and up
ward; seven furlongs. Peep O Day, 129;
Lambert, Marmarica, 121; St. Clair, 3.2Q;
Lady Mada, 119; Donald Bain, 117; Lady
Second race For two-jjear-old fillies;
selling; five furlongs. -Brusquerie, Lin
gerie. 109; Lady Hasbeeri; 107;Lady"'Mhs-
sey. Her Ladyship; 103; Kamara, 103; Bev
erage, Smoke, 99; Maidstone, Otea, Ja
maica, Decimal, 94.
Third race Fall handicap; for three-year-olds
and upward; over main track;
six furlongs. Voter, 129; Imp, 124; Fire
arm, 122; Kinnlkinic, 117; May Hemp
stead, 115; Batten, 114; Previous, 111; Hur
ley Burley, 106; Acushla, 100.
Fourth race The Futurity: for two-year-olds;
Futurity course. David Gar
rick, 134; Doublet 126, Virginia Earle 119,
and Chacernac 114 (Keene entry); Gulden
122 and Tenderloin 112 (Madden entry); 01
cott, Prestidigitator, Plucky, 122; Modrino
122 and Water King 119 (G. B. Morris en
try); Lost Chord, 119; St Finnan, 117; Mu
sette, 116; Knight of Rhodes, King Bram-,
ble, 112; Windemere 112 and Iroquois Belle
109 (Bromley entry); The Scotchman, 109;
Erwin, 112; O'Kitte 112 and Brigadier 109
Fifth race Steeplechase; short course.
Wood Pigeon. 103; Trillion, 161; Westown,
151; Rheinstrom 149 and Tantris 147
(Hitchcock entry); Mr. Dunlap 146 and
Burnap 140 (Pennington entry); Julius
Caesar, 139; Article, 138; Marengo, Ten
lone, 136; Merlin, Van Ship, Dare All, 135.
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward; one and one-sixteenth miles; on the
turf. Flaxspinner. Estaca, 111; Myth, 108;
Marito, 106; Rare Perfume. 103.
Tint on Toilaj's Events.
Sbeepshead Bay selections.
First race St Clair, Peep o'Day, Lady
Second race Her Ladyship, Lady Massey,
Third race Voter, Imp, Firearm.
Fourth race Plucky, Musette, Keene's
Fifth race No selections.
Sixth race Mariti, Estaca, Myth.
Highland Park selections.
First race Aileena, Little Reggie, Tri
une. Secpnd race Lamp Globe, Advance Guard,
Third race- Tobe Payne, Our Lizzie, King
Fourth race Doustcrswlvel, Tony Honig,
Fifth race Victorine, Charlotte M., Tip
Sixth race Statira, Onoto, Stltes.
Seventh race Virgie 0., Red Pirate,
First race; Montgomery, Tenole, Jim
Second race Thrive, Clara "Wooley, Flor
izar. Third race Deering, May Beach, Mizpah.
Fourth race Crocket, Raffaelo, Serrano.
Fifth race Croesus, Plantain, Periwig.
Sixth race Tony Licalzi, Imp. Bitter
St. Louis selections.
First race Belle of Memphis, Miss Bram
Second raco Triadltza, Leo Planter, La
das. Third race Macy, Loving Cup, Guide
Fourth race Duke of Melbourne, John
Fifth race Imp. Mint Sauce, Applejack,
Sixth race Sir Rolla, Carl C, Basquil.
Seventh race Annie Oldfields, Eitholln,
Sir Joseph Lister.
1B1K STOSK PRIGHS
Weakness in Loiuloij, Followed-by
.Fractional Declines Here.
I'rofeHsionnl Operntlonrt naseel on
" Anticipations oLj.nii Vn.fnvorn.ble
. Bnnlc Stntcinenf-Dtbiotis Kumor.s
. i n
o a ChniiKc of Control Occasion-
n. Sharp Uise in Conaoli-latc'l Gun.
NEW YORK, Aug. 25. The stock market
today resembled yesterday's in its uncer
tainty and occasional rapidity of move
ment in particular stocks, but it was much
less active, and the trading as a rule was
rather uninteresting. Apparently, the
main influence, at least in directing pro
fessional operations, was the expectation
that the bank statement tomorrow would
make a very unfavorable 'showine;, and pre
dictions to this effect were wlflelv circu
lated during the day. -Apart from .this cir
cumstance there was an utter absence of
either news or views of a financial charac
ter. Foreign houses were fairly heavy
sellers of stocks, here, and the lowIr range
of prices shown in the London market was
effective in causing fractional declines in
the local market. The subsequent move
ments in prices were, as already noted, ex
ceedingly irregular, and were not attribu
table to any specific developments- There
was, for example, an extremely sharp
rise in Consolidated Gas, on which the div
idend was reduced yesterday, which was the
only new development In the company's
affairs. To account for tho rise, however,
rumors were set on foot that con-rol of
the Consolidated company was fc-sing
sought in the interest of a competing con
cern, but these reports were wholly lack
ing in confirmation. Sugar Refining fur
nished another one of the day's extensive
movements, which, in this instance, took
the form of a sharp decline. The selling
of the stock was apparently based upon the
further reduction in the price of the refined
article announced by the independent re
finers, and it did not seem to reflect the
misgivings in regard to the dividend usu
ally expressed prior to its declaraUon. The
Tobacco stocks also underwent a sharp re
action. The industrial quarter, in the
me in, was heavy, without any particular
news or gossip beiiig current regarding
The movements in the general railway
list were limited as a rule. Tho Union
Pacific stocks were an exception, being no
tably strong and active, on the expectation
that the directors. wou!d at their meeting
next week pay the dividend upon the pre
ferred stock on a 4. per .cent basis, thus
opening up the way, for the payment of tho
dividends on the common.
New Yorlc Staclc Mnrlcet.
Corrected daily by W. B. Hibb3 & Co.,
members of the New Y'ork Exchange,
1419 F Street
's- Open. High. Low. Clos.
American Cotton OIL :.l. s tin 444 44 4
A. b. Wire ... .7. f7$ 56j$ 50&
A. S. "W.pfd a Sff 08' Pir S8tf
American Suj-ar 1544 J54K 151 if I52&
America! Tobacco ..tv 13- U0M I27f 1S8J4
m 23H 23 23
Baltimore & Ohio .
l-7?s W?s 60 MX
E8 88 8T?i 87?i
57 55 i 6Jf
brookivn RaDld Transit.. 1044 lc5 10l !0l
Central Paciiic. .... SO" Mi 50M 59W
Chesa"pcuKe & Oblo 2954 irOJi lOVf 20&
C.. O.. O. &St.L 57JS 57-3 i1 57J
v.,B.& W....i ..... ,.. AMU 13tJJi I35K 130M
Chicago s. Northwestern Jt3- 163 1C3 1C3
Cli-cayo Gas 120J4 l.'O 1 05& 1193s
CM.-. SuPaul .JMJi 13LJ33j; l3
C.,R I.&P 120 1.0JS 1HH 11 J
Chica o & Great Westa ??' , 1 H 1-
consolidated Gas r-. 17-4 185 181H l8iJf
Con. Tobacco .... 4&J4 48J 47"i 48-4
ton. Tobacco pfd 851 95Jf U7Ji l87s
D,lawa e& Hudson 12i?i UiH 12H J24J4
Den. &KIo Grande pfd ..- 7J4 78?i 79 -7eH
Federal sree to 59 53 5SJ4
Federal Steel pfd .... HK 81ii 8i 8 '
Ueueiui isiectrn'. . VUH i2i"i HI 'Hi
Illinois Central .v 11j 1(5 fc 1157, U5S
LouiiVlnej Xasnvilie.. 62 S4 8J blii
Meiropolitap Traction . lOO -2u3 ip5 20d
Manhattan Elevated.... 1.3'i 113K ll.!w 3
ntional Lead Co
.rtew YorK Central
Nortnern iraciticDfd. ....
Pacific Mail ,'-.
fenna H. K
'Phila J-Kcadmi- ,.
noutnera 1'acltlc,.. ......
boutnera Hallway. ......
boutnern Bail-ray pfd,.
lean Uoa. & iron
bnion x'acillc ......
Cmon Pueinc pfd.
U. b. Leuttierpfa
U. S Ituboer
U uousn Die
WeM-era Onion Tel
50!4 50-i 53,'j 50
417 ii.l 4i7a 4
32K 2H 3J-4- 'UH
tlBJi 19i XiH 119
liBIS 13rf 1.8H lo8fi
ti7 57ii MJi '-0'4
J7& 78 Vti '.73s
7,V 'Yi 1h ?J
15K18 1 -S5i i3 U
t3 13 S2 Zli
,S0 S02 33?, SU
27 "U7s -.'if 12?;
Ur lilt 51 54-$
12 , XSi U 2.;j
fiiJi Mah 9i5i I6f
0?b 47J i6 4H
79 t0?4 .9 Uh
7tr?i 0"4 iO Wi
4914 4UJ4 41H 4UJ.
Wi "T" WH -3J4
fc9 i:U It8i fcbJi
The stock market was unimportant as
far as changes in the level of prices in the
railway list generally were concerned.
Strength was shown at all times, however,
and the outlook for today and next week
is a good one so far as anyone is able
to judge. The bank statement is likely
to be the chief consideration "in the deal
ing, and early business will be Influenced
by the gossip before the figures are given
out It may be said, however, that the
statement this week is more of a mystery
than usual to brokers .generally. Some
are predicting a good showing on the
ground that money has come East this
week from Chicago and other Western
cities, and others are bearishly inclined
on account of the fact that the Govern
ment has drawn heavily on the New York
banks. If the figures of the statement are
reasonably favorable, as good as they were
last week, for instance, there will be good
buying of stocks for the commission
houses, and it is probable also that the
cliques In several of the lower priced
stocks will continue their work aggres
sively. Other conditions are almost uni
formly supremely favorable.
The surprise of the day was a big spurt
In Consolidated Gas on the announcement
of the cut of the dividend to 4 per cent
annually instead of 6 per cent, the pre
vious rate, and 8 per cent, the rate before
the gas war. The stock advanced ten
points on heavy inside buying, and many
traders were caught short and forced to
cover with serious losses. The closing
price was at very near the top figure for
the day. There is always an explanation
ready In the street fpr such a movement,
after it has occurred and it was said
yesterday afternoon -that the New Y'ork
gas war is nearly over after all. The
reasonable supposlti.iinlJlQwe.Yer, is that
whether the war js.overor not, the in
siders saw a good chance to squeeze the
shorts and did it. Advices to sell the
stock were numerous 'yesterday morning
on account of the cut in, the dilVdend and
of the statement that tJe company Is los
ing money on every foot of gas that it
manufactures. The tino-kjl of all this Is
very plainly that it is well to keep out
of such stocks, unless you happen to be
an insider. ',
Earnings statements were all good yes
terday. Among them were the following:
St. Louis and Southwestern, third week
of August increase, '"JlOpO; from July 1,
increase, $89,643. Chicago; and Great West
ern, third week of August, increase, $7,440;
from July 1, increase, $105,226. Chesa
peake and Ohio, net Increase for July,
$12,195. Wabash, gross from July 1, in
crease, 5307,028. Texas Pacific, gross from
January 1, increase, ?348,536.
The Pacific securities were features of
the railway list, Union Paciiic preferred be
ing especially buoyant during the early
trading and the others of the group all
making a good showing. Authoritative in
formation that the dividend on the. Union
Pacific preferred stock will be increased to
1 per cent at the meeting of tho directors
next Tuesday was sufficient cause for the
bullishness in this stoqk. It advanced to
SO 3-8 and closed at 79 7-8, with a good net
gain. The common stock went as high as
47 3-4 and closed at 47 1-2, also showing a
Sugar was one of the weak features "of
the list. It went as low as 1513-4 and
closed at 152 3-4, with a loss of two points
for, tho day. The fight among the Sugar
people is apparently , as virulent as ever
and the street Is advising the sale of tho
stock for .this reason- Perhaps it will de
cline rapidly, but Sugar is quite as un
pleasant a stock to guess as Consolidated
Gas. A Washington trader who has made
a good many thousand dollars in conserva
tive! speculation during the past six months
two weeks ago bought a largo block of
Sugar with his profits and Is now putting
np -his original capital as margin on tho
deal. It is useless to'advise him to get on
the other side of tho market, for manifestly
Sugar may begin an upward movement to
day as far as anything that he or any
other outsider can know in advance to the
The grangers were fairly strong, hut
madefractional losses during the day.
Many traders are transferring their deal
ings from this group to tho lower-priced
shares, a policy that is likely to result
in larger profits in the immediate future,
although it Is not doubted by conservative
people that the grangers will sell at a con
siderably higher level during the autumn
months. St. Paul and Atchison preferred
seem to bo the best-liked of the grodnd.
The Great Western securities may fairly
be classed among the lower-priced group,
all of them.
Missouri, Kansas, and Texas preferred
was buoyant yesterday morning, and al
though there was some recession from
the highest price of the day, a good net
gain was scored. The close was 42 1-S.
Ono of the tips yesterday, from a good
source, was to buy the Colorado Midland
securities for a good advance. They were
active in tho early trading.
Tennessee Coal and Iron has apparently
recovered from the shock of the selling by
outsiders when tho statement of the com
pany for July was given out early In the
week. It advanced above 96 and closed
above 93. The friends of the company and
the Hanover Bank people continue to prom
ise that the stock will sell very much high
er in the near future. It is said that the
statement for the present month will be a
much better one than that for July, and
that it will be a much better representa
tion of the present condition of tho com
pany, which seems probable.
The anthracite coal securities were buoy
ant in tho morning, but later in the day
declined in prices from the best levels. It
waB said in the street that a. dividend has
been promised for Reading first preferred
this autumn and that the earnings of the
company at present fully warrant It The
buying of this stock came largely from
Philadelphia. London is buying Ontario
The Leather securities were strong, al
though not active at any time. It has been
stated that a plan has been arranged by
which the holders of the common stock
shall surrender a quarter of their holdings
in consideration of which the preferred
shall be made a 6 per cent non-cumulative
A director of the International Paper
Company, in a recent interview, gives a
most glowing account of the growth of
the export business of his concern. He
expresses the opinion that the Paper secu
rities are selling much below their in
Tho -New-Yark. Traction securities were
all comparatively neglected again yester
day, 'atid:tneir-range"'of prices was-small:
Brooklyn Rapid Transit got as high as 105
and a fraction, and closed at 101. It seems
probable that if the market continues
strong this stock will advance from its
Several transactions were made in the
local market yesterday, which made the
day the best of a very dull week. Mergen
thaler was again advanced, several sales
taking place at 211 and 2111-4. The com
parative activity in this stock and its ad
vance of $5 a share during the week has
been the only feature ot the market.
Capital Traction declined fractionally on
sales of fifty shares, the low and closing
price being 93 1-2.
Tltc Wnnhiiiprton Stock Eicliance.
Sales U. S. 3's, registered: 53601081-4;
Capital Traction: 3093 3-4; Tdergenthaler
Linotype: 3Q211, 102111-4; American
Graphophone: 10013 3-8. After call
Capital Traqtion: 2Q931-2.
US4'sW0Q.T H2Jf H22i
US4'sC,190TQJ....t... 113 114
US4'sJt ttr. 130tf 131
US4'sC192.) ISO!. 131
US"sC100'QF. 11114 US
tJS'&R'003QF , 10314 1081
USS'sR 903CCF 10314 L8
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOND3.
6'slD02"30-year funding" gold.... 1064
7's iOOl, '"Water stock" currency 107
7'sl&03, "Water stock" currency
Fundln-r currency VlVs 11654
Anacostia and Potomac Vs
MetrtR5's. 1 2 . f ;... i-i"i 129
Met KR Cert Indebtedness, A.... 118 121
Met RR Cert Indebtedness, B 11814 121
Columbia RRfl's, 1914 ttiii Uli
Columbia RR 2d mort 5s JMtf 117"
City and Suburban R R
Wash Gas Co, ser A, u's, lvOi-27. .. 108
Wash Gas Co, ser B, G's, 1901-2 .. 108
U S Electric LightDeb Imp, 1907 '."'.
U S Klectric Light, Cert Inucbt 120
ChesandPotTel, tS9iM9il 10J
Am See and Tr 6's, 190 v. 101
Wash Market Co 1st 6's, ie02-19l,
S7.1X) retired annually 110
Wash Market Co, Imp U's, 1912-27.. 110
W ash Market Co. ext'nf.s, 19 14-'7 110
Masonic Hall Ass'n ts. O 1!I08..... IU8J4
Amer. Graphophone Deb. 5s
Anacostia & Potomac is 105g WoJi
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
Bank of Washington J35
Fanners and Mechanics' 2u0
West End is 2 1 0
Traaers 115 lis
Liacoln 115 125
SArE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANIES.
National Safe Deposit aad Truss. 132 m
Wash Loan and Trust 1G0 66
Amer Security and Trust- 191 200
Wash Safe Deposit j 75
Fircmes..... 34 ....
Metropolitan 8J 90
Arlington 153 "jsj"
Germuu American 215
National Union -o'S H
Columbia JJ4 14ii
J-iBt'V, SK a
People's tj U7S-
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Rca Estate Title
Columbia Title ,
Ditrlct l'ltlo ijr '.'."
City ana t-uouruan is
Georgetown and Tennallytown 18
GAS AND ELECTRIC L1GIIT STOCKS
Washington Gas 50 50's
U S lilectrlc Light
Chesapeake & Potomac 75 ,7
MergcntbalerLtnotype , 210JJ tl J4
Lanbton Monotypo 1714 1854
American Grapliophone. UVi 131
American Graphophone, pfd Uk U
Pneumatic Guu Carriage -'5 .30
Washington Market 13
Norton- & Washington Ii5
THE CHICAGO GRAIN MABKET.
"Wheat Oil" and Corn Un a Fraction,
"With. OatM Firm.
CHICAGO, Aug. 25. The wheat range
today was only l-2c. There was a strong
opening, a fractional dip on lower cables,
large Argentine shipments, and improved
Northwestern weather, and tfiere was final
ly a rather steady closing, because the
seaboard was claiming 'seventy-one loads
for export and be'eause shipping sales here
reached 200,000 bushels. The last prices
were 1-8 to 1-1 under Thursday. Liver
pool was 3-8 to l-2d lower; Paris off as
much. St. Louis showed weakness because
lis receipts were double those of a year
ago.1 The aggregate. Western movement
was way under last year's. Northwestern
receipts were less than half Iasf year's.
Car lots here were about half last year's.
Covering ot September shoxts was the
feature in corn, that futureat that time
up 3-Ic. The December and May merely
held their own. Shipping business, largely
from tho West and all rail, aggregated
about 600,000 bushels. Snow estimates the
crop at 2,250,000,000 bushels. Receipts are
Increasing here. 517 cars, with 600 for to
morrow. Small stocks, sharp cash de
mand, and light country offerings have
given some of tho September shorts a
Oats were firm. In a smaller way it was
the corn situation over again, particularly
fn the matter of stocks. Prices today were
a little better. The entire range of fluc
tuations, however, was within l-4c Re
ceipts 630 cars and 5S0 for tomorrow.
Cash is still bringing a premium.
Chicago Grnln antl Prnvl-ilon Mnrlcet
Corroded dally by W. B. Hibbs & Co..
members of tho New York Exchange.
1419 F Street
Wheat. Open nigh Low Clos
Sept WJi'-X 72 7I 7 Ml
Dec 73, 71-- 13X UH-h
SCpt. 32,'j' S2?i 31 3-'i
Dec ..&7 :87i29 .& "iSfi-Ji
Sept .. 20?i 2014 20,' 20&-X
Doc 197 19S-20 MX-H 0
Sept- P.3.J a3 ?.50 8.0
Oct. S.U 8.12 8.37 8 37
Sept. 5.22 ' D.23 6.22 5.22
Oct 5.30 6.33 5.33 fvSU
bepc P.15 f.20 5 '5 5 20
Oct 5.17 5..2 ..17 5.2,:
"Ware fc Lelaml's Letter.
Furnished by the Guarantee Trust and Deposit
Company, 1329 P Street northwest.
CHICAGO, Aug. 25. Liverpool wheat
cables are conflicting; Paris wheat un
changed, flour 10c lower; Antwerp un
changed; Berlin 15-S lower; Budapest
1 1-8 lower; London closed firm. Argen
tine shipments, 1,070,000. There seems to
be a large amount of wheat in the Argen
tines, which would come forward more
freely only for lack ot tonnage. Manitoba
will have a yield qt about 33,000,000.
There have been light rains In the
Northwest, but fair weather is predicted.
The crop in Oregon and Washington has
been damaged by wet weather. Primary
receipts, 583,000; 'shipments, 86,000; sto-ks
at Minneapolis will decrease 1,000,000
bushels. There may be a small Increase
in the next visible supply statement. Re
ceipts at eight principal points from Au
gust 1 are rj.2SO.000. an Increase over last
year ot 1,470,000. Clearances. 272,000; es
timated for the week wheat and. flour,
4,000,000 bushe!3. Seventy loads are re
ported for export
The market has moved within a narrow
margin all day, but was inclined to easi
ness. Trade has been light, and this en
couraged the local element, who are ag
ACTIVITY I2T COTTON-.
Uncertainty as to the Croy Causing:
Received daily by B. A. Bowers i Co., brokers,
Washington Loan and Trust-Building.!
NEW Y'ORK, Aug. 25. The market the
past week has been exceptionally interest
ing and active, as is usual at this 4season
of year, when the crop 13 most subject to
vicissitudes. On the one hand there has
been Neill with a forecast indicating a
possible crop ot 12,000,000 bales, and on
the other a continuance of the Texas
drought, the result of which is up to this
time pure guess work. Neill's figures and
the exaggerated claim as to the Texas loss
have resulted in wide fluctuations and act
ive speculation on both sides of the mar
et This condition will most likely con
tinue until the actual status of the Texas
crop is made clearer. That the crop there
has suffered much is jquite likely, but to
what extent Is unknown. The most dis
couraging fact in the situation has been
the attitude of home and foreign spinners,
who hold aloof and show utter Indifference.
The short interest is large, while the trade
generally is long. Outside of Texas the
crop may be said to be 'progressing favor
ably. Receipts are quite liberal and the
new crop promises to be soon moving in
a lively fashion..
There was less snap to the market this
morning, and the trade as a rule showed
indifference, pending news ot rain in Tex
as, of which there.was no. indication, the
whole cotton belt being dry except light
rain at Vicksburg and New Orleans." Com
mission houses did very little. The usual
avalanche of crop complaints turned up.
September weakened 2 to 3 points this
morning. Distant months rose 4 to 5
points, and then eased off 2 to 3 points.
Spot sales were 1-4 lower, while- futures
were about 1-2 lower. At the close a gain
of 2 to 6 points was shown.
New Yorlc Cotton Market.
Open. High. Low. CIos.
September 5.71 5.81 5.71 5.60
October 5.93 CO. 56 602
December : G.0 6.12 6.10 6.12
January 0.12 6.17 6.11 -J7
YOU OUGHT to stop in soon and see the new
styles in Wall Paper. The richest and hand
somest wc ha.e cer shown. Before you start
fall hoii5e-cleaning let us paper the rooms. Fin
est work. Only 2 up. P. O. NOLTE, 30 0th
st. No branch.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING Rooms pa
pered, S1.75 up; latest designs; finest work.
HUNT, 4G7 G St. nw. au22-7t
and $i Sum
i Sum- rjr
3 for $1.00
C. AUERBACfl, 7 and H,
Domestic Sewing Machine Agency.
DR. MAR7ELS BOOS.
elief for Women
Bent free. la plain, scaieo enTeiopo. vn
to-day for this Boole, coatalnlnir Partlcn
lora and Testimonials ot DIt. MAUTLI.3
French Female Pills.
Praised by thousands of Mtlsflod ladies as
Eafo, always reliable and without an equal.
SnlrlhT&llriniirisraln metal bor. Freach
Hag on top in Blue, white anil Kjd. Take no other.
French Drug CO..S31 it Sai Peart St.. New Yorlc City.
E A Mk?$
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURB
Aii iwrvoua jjtacuea railing ilera
orr.l'cpoteacr. Sleeplessness. etc., cassed
kj Abcaa or other Hiceitta aad India
orations, TTie-j quickly a nit turela
restore Lo;t Vitality In old cryounc-inlj
fit a man for study, business or marnaae.
Pr.eat Insanity lind Consumotian U
;tcn ta timo. Their use Bho-rs immediate imnrovj.
list upon havlns the genalca. AJax Tablets. The;
aaroonrftd thousands ond wlllcureyon. Wo airs a(co
Itire vrittea euaranteo to e3sct a euro Eft pTQ La
sacLcasaor 'fund tee moncr. Prica W U 1 wipsi
package; or ill rses (full trer.tii.9ntl tor U0. By
fcall. In plain wmnper. upon receipt of price rirca'ai
- AJAX REMEDY CO., HKrHT,
Tor cde in Washington, D. C, by Ed-rar4
Stevens, Sth ind Pa. ave. Edmonds & Wllllimi
td and Pa. ave. R. L. Eliot, 1017 M st. nw., i
V. O. Duckett. 2150 Pa. ave., Drus-gist-L
inxtant Relief. Cure In 1j Days. Never return. I wt.1
'laiilv send to an sultcitr in a plain seated trmeloi.
FREE a prescription with full directions for n quid,
private euro foi Lot Manhood, Night LOtses, Nervou
Debility. Small Weak l'urts, arico. .', He, Adilrtf.-.
6. B. Wright, Music Dealer, Box 1437, Marshall, Mich.
,Take adrantsrre of this reaction to Va- ffwjd
E. A. BOWERS & CO.,
Stock Brokers, Wah. Loan, and Trtwt Bldrf.
Best service in town. Lrery order executed on.
the Exchanges bt our Ccrrepandenf.
PCRNELL. ILUiMAN & CO.. New York;
WARE & LELAXD, Chicsgo.
Grain, and Cotton
for cash or on margin. Unsurpassed
faalUtw. Direct private wtrt-t. OtKcta
in principal rities South and East.
iS Refer new mercantile agencies,
Lowery Bunking Co., Atlanta.
HURPHY & CO., Brokers,
Metropolitan Bank Building-.
Hw York Offices, 44 and 48 Bfoiwjr.
Daniel H. Ferry, :
Broker. Office 1335 F Street
New York Corrc-spondent F. L. Loring, 10 Wall,
Street. Fractional lots ot stock, wheat, or cot
ton carried on srtall margins. "Phone 1325.
GUARANTEE TRUST '
AND DEPOSIT CO.r
1323 F Street N. W.,
Stocks, Bonds, and Grain.
Correspondents Purnell. Haga-san & Co.. New
York; Ware & Lelacd, Chicago. Iy23-tf
W. B. HIBBS & CO,.
BANKERS AJ.D BROKERS,
llynbtra New York Stock Exchange,
1 41 9 F Street.
IiADEXDUltG, THALilAXX A CO,
W. B. GURLEY & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers,
1 335 F St.
Slembera New York Stock Exchange
Correspondents ot Mclntyre & Ward well.
4and 5 Per Cent..
Promptly Loaned on Ileal Estate In District ol
HEISKELL & McLEnAN.
1003 r Stret oc2-tl
Fioney to Loan
At 4 and 5 per cent
ON HEAL ESTATE IN D. C
NO DELAY BEYOND EXAMINATION OF TTTLa
WALTER II. ACKER,
UO.-U 70-1 11th ST. N. W.
C. L, Ralhbprne & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS. ,-,
Members New Toric Stock Exchange,
20 Broadwav, New York.
WASHINGTON OFFICE, 1121 P STREET, -
L. D. FOWLER, Manager-
Stocks, Grain, and Cotton. Telephone 1713. J-
S2.50 -Less thati I cent S2-50
Per a day. per -
Year. ASafe Deposit Box Year.
Washington Safe Deposit Co.;
1 6-9 IS Pa. Ave.
Open to 1:30 p. m. and Saturdays to 5 p. m.
Loan & Trust Co.-
OFFICE, COR- 9TH AND F SIS. -t
PAID-UP CAPITAL, ONE HHXION.
- Loan in any amount made on approved
real estate or collateral at reasonable rates."- '
Interest paid upon deposits on monthly
balances subject to check. "
This company act3 as executor, i!niisr-r
istrator, trustee, agent, treasurer, registrar,
and in all other fiduciary capacities. -ts
Boxe3 for rent in burglar and Bre-prool
- vaults for sale deposit and storage ol'valni
JOHN JOY EDSON ,
JOHN A. Stt'OPE
ANDREW PARKER.. ..
2d Vice President
...Real Estate Officer
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK-
OP WASHINGTON. D. a
ENGLAND. IRELAND. FRANCE AND OERUANT1--
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL rGREIGS PART3
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS.
STOCKS AND BONDS. soJ-'-traoa-eta
I American Security X
and Trust Co.
Money to Loan. S
? This cemptnr has money to loan 03
C hsted collateral securities at lowest rat
I a J BELL. PresidenL
The Lincoln National Bank
cl Washington. D. C, ccr. 7th and D Sis.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS, BOX RENT 52.50.
t sc Bur il for unnatural
Ciraue.l W irntauons or uicern.ioas
not, to lirutare. Ol laucuua lueiuuiaun.
Pr.-ct coaugia:. ramie, ami aai a-.nu-
-.EYM3CHEWCA-.C0. en- or FO-sonous.
::sn)NSUt.o.gai u- " "s -"
r sent kj piam wrapper,
by eiprnss. prepaid, tot
SI Mi. or 1 bottles. 2;73.
T'nUr ut ou co.uest
Uncle Sam Don't Wear
-Sow,-1 a Truss, but he carries the Air
"V r Cushion Truss all over the United
Statfj. Hen, women, and childta
wear and like them. The Air Cushion Pad holds
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and two weeks" trial free. Ofilce. parlors, wait
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Catalogues fre THE RORICK AIR CUSHION
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JAUIT Vfi I ,0',- I'-roat. Pimples. Copper -lHlL
lUU colored Spots. Acnes. Old
Sores. Ulcers, in Mouth. Hair
ralllngl Write COOK REMEDY CO.. 1541 Ma
sonic Temple, Chicago. TiL. for proofs of cures.
Capital 100,000. Worst casts cured lo 16 to JJ
days. 100-pase book trt.
Cilct-v u- . nIlaa tnsuu Bread.
Or'cIniU and Oaly Genuine.
Br. a!v rtU-A'. uoics ut ,
j-njjhl tar CUcVKtri EivsluA JU-i
.rwi-J Brand in Krd oeJ t.aJ nt!lLiV
ViJt9xei sealed with tine rtbboa TaLo
3fe. VMn-- other. JtrAe dxnam tu'ittifi.
fft.nt and mtlonoiu. A i Drug's, or and -2.
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-Aif ilalU 10,000 1ii!3oe'j lfm.rx?tr.
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