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THJJ WASH1MU-TO.N TliUiiS, SUNDAY, OCTOBjLR 21. 1SSJ4.
WALL STBEET WATCHES ASIA
Long Holders Realize in Fear of the
SLIGHT SLUMP IN VALUES
During the Week One i3ide of the Market
Gained or Xost About as Much as the Other
Chances Fractional for the Actual ShareB
Declines and Advances.
New Yosk, Oct. 20. The stock market -was
heavy at the opening for the leading indus
trial sbare and about steady for tlie railway
.ist, but under the influence of a small cover
ing movemeat prices quickly improved n frac
tion. The advance, though slight, was fairly
well maintained until about 11:80 o'clock, the
grangers and Western Union showing most
ilrmnebS. During the last half hour of busi
ness speculation was heavy in tone on sales
to realise profits, and also to close out long
contracts, in the fear that in the event of the
death ol the Cxw between now and Monday
n break would occur at the opening of the
week The depredation in values was, how-
ver, but slight as a rule, and not many of
the active list receded more than a small frac
tion, while a Jew of them retained part of the
Sugar declined lg, closing above the low
est point touched. Chicago Gas lost 1 and
rallied 3. General Electric fell oil , the
Jast being the lowett price of the day. Cord
iG advanced 1 and receded , the pro
erred made a gain of 1, which was
retained to the end. Rubber preferred shows
an improvement of and Cotton Oil and
ugar preferred 2. Distilling sold up y per
eat., but in the "final deals lost per cent.
.St. Paul advanced & reacted J and rallied
,. BuriiURtou and Quincy sold up and lost
,. Rock Island gained X and fell off 3-j.
Nottliwaet gained and lost . Colorado
i oal on purchases of 200 shares, ad-
auced S per cent., and Morris
;ud Essex on like purchases gained
4 per cent. Tacifie Mail was in good buy
.g and moved up 1 per cent., with a final
eaction of 4. Bay State Gas rose 1 and
mst ;. Erie Telegraph, on a sale of 100
flares, declined 18 per cent. New York and
New England advanced lbf retaining all but
4 of the gam. The movement on the rest of
Hie Jiet was in the small fractions. At the
deee the market was heavy.
On the week the changes in prices are about
evenly divided on both sides of the market,
and except lor Sugar, General Electric and
Cbioago Gas are merely fractional for the
actual shares. More important advances are:
Toledo aud Ohio, C per cent.; Sugar, 3; St.
l'aul. M. and JL. Rubber, 23'; do. preferred,
Pacific Mail, and Colorado Coal and Iron, 2.
Declines Baltimore and Ohio 54 percent.;
Nashville and Chattanooga, 4; Delaware and
.Lackawanna, 3-'; Manhattan, S; Oregon
Navigation, 8: Central Pacific, 2t4; General
Llectnc. 2 ; Minneeotta and St, Louis, 2?b;
Iowa Central preferred, Great Northern pre
iirred, and Texas Land Trust, 2. The bond
market was firm to-day and most of the
hares dealt in show advances, the more
,.rominent gains being: Tennessee Coal aud
Iron and Tennessee Division firsts, 2 per cent.;
usquehanna and Western Refunding 5s and
and Northern Pacific Collateral Trust sixes,
i ; Pittsburg and Western firsts. lh : Union
lievated firsts. Milwaukee and Northern
. rsts of 1918, Northwest Sinking Fund 5s,
registered, and Cordage firsts, V,4; Lake
-Uore firsts, , and Iowa Central firsts and
1'jrgan's L. and T. 7s. L
Declines Louisiana and Missouri River
?,l ' . ptsr cent, and Long Island 5s, Oregon
- Lort Line consols 5s, and Wisconsin Central
- 1 The bond market has been somewhat
regular during the week, but the tendency
.s d en in the main toward high values, tbe
i 'i i-ues being, as a rule, strong. The
. " m 1 has been good throughout for the
'St-clais mortgages, the offerings of which
ie i"-u light. The Minneapolis and St.
.. uh bunds have led the upward movement,
.ikr. gaio6 from Saturday last of 6 per
nt. in tu Is, 5J in the 2s, 2 in the South-
t- ra extension Is, and 1 in the equip
"nt i.s. The appreciation in the bonds of
i- rad from October 20 last, just a year
, ha been notable and ranges from 10' 4'
- Dl i'-r cent., the flrt selling up 110 to 131,
2& from 100 to 151, the equipment 6s
."vn 'Oil to 128, the Southwestern
" .(etuuori Ists. from l'Zfa to 164; tbe Pacific ex-
1 n-i'iti im tr.MU 108 to 11354. aud the low a -
urti"ii let. fro-u 116 to 124 Other advances on
'. .--k are Morns and Eeee& 5s. 5 per cent.;
let;.'. Ann Arbor and Grand Tronic lsts, 3;
, i!ifici ou debenture 6s. 2W, Chesapeake .t
4o It. & A. lste, consols, 2t. Declines At
i.icoi.. Jfwoll County and Western 1 fete, H per
ut, m. Loate and tean Fran -iseo 4. 11; North-
-n I'a fie and Montana lste. 6; St Joe and
-aii't In aud lete, 5: 1 niaa Pacific gold fte, 1; At
i.imju. Colorado and Pacific lsts. and Brooklyn
! icraied lata, 8; do., Sdfc, and Uie Union Elevated
New ork Stock Exchance.
rumiahvd by SUby Co.. bankers and
' : ok. rs. Metropolitan Bank Building, Fifteenth
- ret-. uppctsite Xreauury, "Waslifuglou, D. C.
On. Hicli Low Clowns
'.morlcan Tobacco. V! VF& BTfc 874i
1 .- 6X 5kl S
' i l 89 SV S 89lg
i uia la imhiUmsth h hl UK 51
. i'-Aviumcy T8J4 T-tfc 734 T3
1 .apuOw T54 7 V4 74
- tvn'. a. Uudaon 18g 1856 18i6 1
-lilkibA CaMJe F"lrg.. 84 10 9 94
i..i- ! rlectnc Co 8 SMj, 8tK 84i
uiBTille & Kaeavllls.... SU M hi 51
-ke Sliore 185J 185Vj 185 185
jinhatian l( 10s 107U 10744
vsaoun 1'aclflc S Sag S 28?6
-wtugland soft 82J4 80 81
ortbiveatera 104J4 1M 108J4 lttijj
rtliom Pacific pfd 18 IS IS IS
xioiialLead 88 40 88 40J4
aalia.. 85 85 85 85
1 itauo & Mremetm. 16 If. 16 16
l-i.MaiL 16 1 18 18
ading 1 1 1SV4 1S4
.-k Inland 00 61 MfyC Mf&
uihein 1'acUlc 30J4 aijij an 0
ojti nKaUwaj-. 18 18 13 18
Paul 1 fiiyg 61 61J4
-ugar l'ruat 87 S7 ti 8tfj(i
. ruuooMMi Coat & Iron.... 17 17 17 17
.ii la.-tic 10 1U 10 10
: ition Pacific 114 11 114 K
' fe.Cordaee 1S 13 124 14
eet uauion K4 8 S796
. aUuili irelrree 14 li 14 141
Aei. a L. K.. i94 isw ia4 lsg
iacbtooud Terminal 17 17 174 Wi
"Washington Stock Exchange.
OevenMteMt bonds U. S. 4s, registered, ll-JJ-6
Wd, 11494 ued. U S. 4s, coupon, 1997, 114)4
Ma. C. . 6e, IIS Md.
Metric! of CotamUa Bonds 20-year funding
7. m bid. 80-year fund 6s. gold, 118
bid. Mater stock currencv, 7s, 1931. 116 bid.
V.'ater atock correucr, ?s, 1908, 120 bid 8.60s,
uudinc. ctirroacy, I14jq bid. 8J6, registered,
2-Hfe, 100 bid.
Mioufllane-iue Bonds Washington and G eorge
tvwn l.aiiroadcouv. 6a, 1st, 125 bid, 135 asked.
' . atstiinctuu and Georgetowu Railroad conv.
-.. 21. 12.r Ud.185 asked. Metropolitan Railroad
..iv frs J02 bid, 105 asked. Belt Kail
id :. MO bid, mi. asked. Ecking
si Kr.i!road 6e, 101 bid. Columbia Rail
il (is. 107 bid, 110 asked. Washing
' n t.si Company 6s, series A. 114 bid.
(Mi. , K't.nixas Company be, series B, 115 bid.
.-;.. .clou Gae Company conv. Ge, 130 bid.
i- l.iwtric Ltebt conv. 5s. 12S bid. Chosa-,-r,
and Potomac Telephone 5s, 99 bid,
.- . 1 American Security and Trust 5e, F.
i0 1 id. American Security and Trust 5s,
ai .!'.. ;uo bid. Washtncton Market Company
1 - in, t id. H2 nsked. Washington Market Com
i . bid, 112 aefced. Washington Market
. mi- At. tie, 304 bid. Masonic Hall Asso
11.. . ' 108 bid. Washington Light Infantry 1st
'. .1 )tM atiked. Washington Light Infan-
,v ; s. 103 bid, 103 aaked.
X" i Uant Stocks Bank ot Washington,
-in -.! bkd. liauk of the Republic 250 bid.
t..- nlitan. a Wd, 800 asked. Farmers and
. h ui..v . 190 bid,S0O asked. Second. 140 bid,
.. l Cttisenfi.' 1:10 bid, 140 asked. Columbia,
t .1 'juaeksd. Capital, 112 bid. West End, 10S
i . radert.' 100 bid. Lincoln, 96 bid. Ohio,
-a.. Ueposttand Trust Companies Nntlonal
f. Deposit and Trust, 138 asked. Washington
-an and 'J mat, 122 bid, 126 asked. American
urn aud Troet, 18$ bid, 186 asked.
Hruiroad Stocks Washington and Georgetown
.. ! ..masked Metropolitan. 85 bid, 99 askod,
' 11 1 ia,57Wd.6 asked Belt,a5bid.Eckington,
Georgetown and TenuaUytown, 85 asked.
1- and tdectnc Light Stocks Washington
., "'.i Md, 4a asked. Georgetown Gas, 50
! 1 S. Electric Light, 180U bid, 125 asked.
insurance Stocks Firemen's, S9bid,45aske(L
Franklin, 42 bid, 52 asked. Metropolitan. 63
bid. Corcoran, 5S bid. rotoninc, CS bid. Arling
ton, 150 bid. German-American. 160 bid. Na
tional Union, 10 bid, 14 asked. Columbia, 12W
bid. Kiggs, 7 bid, 7Hi aakod. People's. "5?g
bid, 5J6 naked. Lincoln, 7$ bid, 8 askod.
Commercial, ii bid, &V6 asked.
Title Insurance Stocks ltoal Estate Title, 103
tiid, 118 asked. Columbia Tltle,7l bid, 8J4 asked.
District Title, 10 bid, 15 asked.
Telephone Stock Pennsylvania, 35 bid.
Chesapoake and Potomac, '43 bid, 55 askod.
American Graphophono, 44 bid, 7 asked. Pneu
matic Gun Carringe, .23 bid.
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Market,
13?i bid. 15 asked. Great Falls Ice, 140 bid, 150
nsked. Bull Kun Panorama, 25 asked. Lincoln
Mall. S5 bid, 100 askod. Morgantbaler Linotype,
120 bid, 140 asked.
New York Grain nnd Produce.
New York, Oct. 20. Flour Koceipts, 23,200
bbls; exports, 17,400 bbls; sales, 4,700
pkgs; market of tho usual Saturday half-holiday
character. Prices unchanged. City mill pat
ets, 4.00a4.15; city mill clears, a25a3.35; Minn,
patents, 4.00a4.15; Minn, bakers', 2.00a3.10;
spring low grades, 1.70al.85: spring extras, 1.85a
2 25; winter palents, 2.75a3.00; winter straights,
2.80a2.00; winter extras, L90a2.35; winter low
grades. 1.70a2.15; Southern flour dull sales,
none;comon 13 fair extra, L60a2,40; good to
choice da, 2.40a3.00. Hye Flour quiel sales,
210bDls.; snperllne, S.CSal.75; fancy, 2.60a2.95.
Buckwheat Flour Arm at 2.00a2.10.
Buckwheat dull; 15a50. Cornmeal quiet; sales,
2,403 sacks; yellow Western, 1.12al.l4; Brandy-
ine, 3.10. Bye dull car lots. 52a53c; boat loads,
55a5Sc. Barley dull Na 2 .Milwaukee, GOaGlc.
Barltyr malt nominal Western, 70a75c.
WhoKt-ileceipts, 12G.700 bu.; export?, none.
Fa'es, 1,410,(100; lutureb. S.000 bu Bot; spot Arm;
No. 2 red store and clevotor. fijtja'iOjv; new,
5B&g. store nnd delivered; No. 1 Northern, fijjj,
delivered; .No, 1 hard, Cb&g, delivered Options
generally firm a.l tho morning on yestor ay's
hen'iy expor. purcl a ei, go d foreign and lecal
I ujing, higher catlea ana reports of increased
feeding of wheat to cattle. Closed at Ja ad
vance. 'o 2 red February closed, GS5: March
closed, 69S;My, 00 15-lGatilJ, cloied, G1W; Oc
tober cloed, 55V61 November cl06ed( 55ji,; De
cember, 5G 6-lCa5B5g, closed, 5G$.
Corn Keceipts 4,00, but exports none. Salos
llO.OJO, but futures 83,000 spot. Spot market
Ann; No. 2, 5G elevators; 66; atlont. Option
market was generally strong and higher on a
good short demand nnd talks of disappointing
crop returns, t losed at Vc advance. .lanuary
ciosed 53&. May. 53a53V; closed 5334. October.
5Sa56; closed 565 " November, Ma5G& closed
56t6- llecomber, 51a51Vfi; closed 54tj,.
Oats Keceipts, UOfiOO bushek; exports, 300
bushels; sales, 59.000 bushels futures: 25,000 spot.
Slot firmer; No. 2. 82; No. 8, 31J4; No. 3 white, 35;
No. 2, delivered, 83ij; No. 2 white, S5J4; track
mlxed,82t-; track, white, Western. 35al0; track,
wnite. Stale, 35a40. Options fairly active and
firm, with wheat closing nt J4a?6 advance. Feb
ruary closed S5K-; May 37a37; closed 37; October
closed 82M: November closed 32& December,
8ijsa38K: cosed, 8;
llay Dull; shipping, 45a55; good to choice, COa
Hops Market dull. State common to choice
old. S.a7; new, 5al0H; Pacific coast, 3a7. Hide
Quiet. Wet ealted New Orleans, 45 to 65 pounds;
1 exas selectM, 85 to 50 pounds; Buenos Ayres
dry. 30 to pounds, 11; Texas dry, 24 to 30
Leather Vuiet but steady. Hemlock sole,
Buenos Ayrea light to heavy weights, IsalS.
Wool Steady, doznestio fleece. 19a24; pulled,
Beef Quiet, family, 10.00al2.00; extra mess,
S OObS 50; beef hams, 17.00al7 50; city extra India
mess, 17.0019 00; cut meats, easy; pickled bel
lies. THaSki: plcklod shoulders, 6?i; pickled
Lard-uuT Western steam closed at 7.50 nomi
nal City at CJi bid. October closed 7.50
nominal. January, 7.40 nominal; refined
weak; continent, SW; S. A., 825;
l'ork Dull: new mess, 1400al550; family, 15C0;
short clear, 1500al70a
Butter Weak; Western diary, 1216; do.
creamery, 15a25; factory. Ilal5; Elglns, 25; Imita
tion creamery. 14al9; State diary, 14a23; da
CheeseQiiled; State largealO: small, 9
all; iart 6kims, 3a7: i nil skims, 3.. Eggs
Quiet; State and Peun, 20a22; ice house, 15alCHJ;
otern fresh, 17nl9s; cases, 2.75a3.50. Keceipts,
4,498 pkgs. Tallow Dull; city (fi per pkgs.),
Ai; country freo, 4J5 as to quality. Petroleum
Isominal; United States closed, 82Jfi bid. Wash
ington bbls , C; re9ned New York, 5 15: Philadel
phia and Baltimore, 5.10. Kosin Steady; 2ta
26. Kye Firm; domestic fair to extra, 4a64;
Japan, 4Ua4?4. Molasses steady; New Orleans
opened Kettle, good to choice, 26a3S
Cotton need oil continued depressed; prime
crude. 25c; off crude, 24a25; yellow butter grades,
87a3S; choice yellow, 31a35 nominal; prime yel
low SC'cSl; yellow oS grades. 2a29; prime white,
Coffee options opened barely steady undor
local pretsure and absence of speculative sup
port Closed steady at 10 points net decline.
Sales, 11,500 baps, including October, 12.90; No
vember. 12.15; December, il.50all.55; January,
ll.S5all.00; March, 10.85alL90. Spot coffee, Rio
Market dull and nominal; No. 7, 11 s4- Mild
dull: Cordova, 18al9. Sales, none. Santos firm;
good average cantos 11,200; receipts, 25,003 bags;
stock, 444,000 bags. Hamburg easy; prices Ji pfg.
lower to 1-4 pfg. hicher. Sates, 14,000 bags. Harro
opened quiet unchanged to t franc low-r. At 12
m. closed net 4 finnc decline to franc ad
vance 'lotalsalos. 19,000 bags. KIoflrm:Na7,
11.400: exchange, 11 18-16d.; receipts, 10,000 bags;
cleared for tho L nlted States, 9,000 bag; cleared
for Europe, 4,000 bags: stock 291.000 bags; cleared
from Rio October, 1,923,000 bags Warehouse de
liveries from New York yesterday; 0,523 bags;
New York stock to-day, 112,933 bags; United
States stock, 191,976 bags; afloat for the United
Stites, ifiS.OOO bags; total visible for tho United
States, 459,976 bags, against 432,560 bags last
Sugar Raw, dull and nominal; fair refining,
8; centrifugal, 96 test, 85ft sales, none; refined,
quiet: No G. 3 12-lGaI; No 7, 3?4al5-10: No 8,
SWalS-16; No. 9, 3 13-16: No. 10. 3Aall-16; N'a 11,
8 7-i6a8: No. 12, 8a9-lfi; Na i3, 3 5-1 6; off A,
4a4 5-16; mould A, 45al3-lG; standard A, 4 5-16a
Ji; confectioners' A. 4 5-lGaS; cut loaf, 5a5 3-16;
crushed, 5a5 3-16; powdored, 4 li-16aj; granu
lated, 4 7-lSa5; cubes, 4 11-lGaJi
Live Stock .Markets.
Chicago, Oct 20. Receipts estimated at 1,500
head. They were taken at fully Friday's prices,
sales making on a basis of Sla015 for poor to
best quality, natives 150a650 for Westerns and
125a50 for Texaus.
Hogs Estimated receipts, 1G,000. Prices were
anywhere from 10a20 cents lower than yesterday.
Very good hogs sold at 465, and there were many
sales at 450a460.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts estimated at 3,000
' head. Sheep were quoted at 75a73 and lambs at
Receipts Cattle, 2,030: calves, 300; hogs, 16,000;
Baltimore, Oct 20. Flour firm, unchanged
receint 1.049 barrels: shinmeuts. 231 barrels:
sales, 250 barrels. Wheat strong spot, 54Sjn
! T.17j - ntyihAr Hn!vt7. TlcnTnlir .nfit. Vntr
I 61Jr4aGlV; steamer No 2, red. 52 asked re-
! ceipts, 9.00S bushels; stock, 1,087,041 bushels;
sales, 70,000 bushels; milling wheat by sample,
Kia"5J4 Corn flimer spot, 54J bid; October,
I 544 bid; year, 49 bid receipts, 2,103 bushels;
stock, 19.570 bushols; sales, 20,000 bubhels: South
ern whlto corn, old 5aa59: new. 56 asked; South-
1 em yellow corn, old, 5S asked; new, 55 asked.
I Oats firm No. 2 whlto Western, 84;a344: No.
1 2 mixed Western. 32a32H receipts, f,C00 bush-
) els; stock, 212,573bushols. Rye inactive No. 2,
54 receipts, 1.019 bushels; stock, 18,211 bushels.
Hay quiet and firm good to choice timothy,
$12.00a$12.50. Grain freights steady steam to
Liverpool per quarter, la October; others un-
cha iged. Sugar, butter, eggs and cheese firm,
Chicago Grain nnd Produce Mnrkcts.
Furnished by Silsby & Co., bankers nnd
brokers. Metropolitan Bank Building, Fifteenth
street, opposito Treasury, Washington, D. C.
New York Cotton.
Month. Open. High. Low. Close
November 5.51 5.54 5.51 5 54
December 5.55 556 5 53 5.53
January 5.60 5.61 5.5S 5.53
February 5.66 5.66 5.65 5G5
March 5.73 5.73 5 71 5.71
Liverpool Cotton Market.
LrvEBTOOL, Oct 202 p. m. Closing: Cotton
Spot, fair demand, prices barely steady; Amer
ican middling, 3d. The sales of the day wore
12,000 bales, of which 1,000 were for speculation
and export, and included 11,500 American. Re
ceipts, none. Futures opened easy with a fair
Will be ready in about ten davs. Do not spend
a cent until you havo soon tho choicost lots evor
offered to Washingtonlnns for 150 and up, Sta
tion on the grounds. Particulars at office, 623 F
street nortnwest oct2Mt
Open- High- Low
ing, est. est.
52 r23g 52
53 53 52ft
53 5Sk 57Ji
50 50J4 50ft
484 49 4Si
50 50J4 49ft
2Sft 2314 2Sft
- S9U 29JS 29
32ft 33 325
12.30 12.35 12.30
12.22 12.27 12.15
7.12 7.17b 7.12
7.02 7.10 7.00
6.35 6.42b 6.35
6.15 6.20 6.12
HENRY LAMKIH'S STORY.
An Experience Proving That Truth Is
Stranger Than Fiction.
Interesting Statement Mado by a Lady
Whoso life Was Miraculously
It has never fallen to our lot to record a
moro striking illustration of
tho rapid advanco of medical
science than is furnished by
Mr Henry 0. Lntnkin, an es
teemed citizen of Washing
ton, who resides at 914 M
street southeast. Mr. Lam
kin is a native ot White Sul
phur Springs, Yn., but hn
been a resldont of this oity
heniiy a lamkik for fifteen years. At present
he holds a responsible position In the navy
yard, where ho is personally very popular
nnd enjoys an excellent reputation for hon
esty and integrity. Near tho beginning of
the present year Mr. Lamkin met with a seri
ous accident, and hns since been a cripple,
nnnble to get relief from any of the physicians
whom he consulted, all of whom told him
that he was doomed to drag through the re
mainder of his life on crutches. Following is
Mr. Lamkin's statement:
"I havo lived in Washington fifteen years
and am well known. I reside with my wife
at 914 M street southeast. For tho past three
years I have oeen employed In tho navy yard
as foreman in charge of tho tin nnd copper
work in the yard and on tho docks. On tho
27th of Jnnunry last I fell and dislocated my
knee and nnkle nnd injured the nerves of my
loft leg. I was taken to the Provldonco Hos
pital, where I lay helpless for weeks, suffering
untold ngony. Tho doctors wero unable to
restore the use of my leg. Thoy finnlly de
cided they could do nothing for me, and I
returned home. I called in a number of doc
tors, one after another, but nono of them
helped mo, and at last I concluded that what
they told mo was true that I would havo to
reconcile myself to being a cripple for lifo
"I read in the papers of tho euro of two
people I was personally acquainted with by
Dr. Walker, tho specialist. I decided to call
on him. I bad not been nble to bear tho least
weight on my foot or leg for months; so when
Dr. Walker told me he would have me walk
ing on it in less than a week I laughed nt him.
However, I commenced his trentment, and ac
tually in less than three days I was nble to
throw aside my crutches and walk across the
room something I bad not been able to do
since I received my injury. Moreover, I havo
been steadily improving Binco that day. I fool
that I owe more than my life to Dr. Walker,
and I most cheerfully recommend him to tho
sick and suffering everywhere. I shall bo
happy to verify this statement in person to
any one who may call at 914 M street south
Sworn to ana subscribed before me this 19th
day of October, 1894.
Walteb A. Brow,
Seal. Notary Public,
sins, field's strange stohy.
No greater misfortune could befall a person
than to be afflicted with th.it dreadful disease
epilepsy, especially as very few
physicians are nble to cope
with it. Mrs. Cora' Field has
been so afflicted for years.
This estimable lady is the wifo
of Mr. Joseph Field, formerly
proprietor of a lodging house
at 1027 Ninth street northwest,
but at present employed by the
government as watchman at
Judiciary Park. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Field now roside nt 921 Twenty-
second street northwest Tho latter has had
a most trying experience, enduring all the
horrors of epileptic convulsions, which of
late had become alarmingly frequent nnd
violent, and which daily threatened her life.
"For six years my husDand has done noth
ing but spend money on mo for doctors,' said
Mrs. Field, "but nono of them did me any
good. Wo tried doctor after doctor, ana all
tho patent medicines that were represented to
be good for my trouble, but in spite of every
thing I continued to get worse. As a last
resort my husband took me to Dr. Wnlker.
His treatment had an immediato nnd wonder
ful effect, I have been steadily improving
since tho Jay I went to him. Previous to that
timo I had from six to a dozen spasni a day.
and was formerly confined to my bed most of
tho time. Now I can walk about the etreets
unaided, and am happi.y conscious that my
troubles nre rapidly diminishing nnd passing
away. Dr. Walker has worked wonders in
my case, and 1 cannot speak too highly of
him. I only hope my experience will bo tho
means of directing other sufferers to him."
I, Joseph Field, do certify that tho forego
ing is true in every particular.
Sworn to nnd subscribed before me, thi
15th day of October, 1894.
seal. Walter A. Brown,
These are but samples of many remarkable
cases that might be cited, showing Dr.
Walker's remarkable success in tho treat
ment of all disorders of tho brain and nervous
system, diseases of tho skin and blood, ca
tarrh, asthma, consumption, mnlaria, rhou
matism, dyspepsia, neuralgia, hemorrhoids,
diseases of women, loss of vitality, sexual
weakness, and all affections of the lungs,
throat, heart, liver, stomach, kidneys, blad
der, bowels, and other organs.
Young or middle-nged men suffering from
the effects of their own follies, vices, or ex
cesses, or men contemplating marriage, who
are conscious of any impediment or disquali
fication, or those who feel their youthful
vigor nnd power declining, should consult
Dr. Walker, who has been tho means of re
storing hundreds of such unfortunates to
health, strength, and happiness.
Dr. Wnlker may be consulted freo of
charge, personally or by letter. His well
known sanitarium, at 1411 Pennsylvania avo
nue, adjoining Willard's Hotel, is open daily
for consultation nnd treatment. OfUco hours:
10 a. m. to op. m.; Wednesday and Saturday
evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays 10 to 12.
Charges for treatment very low.
All interviews and correspondence sacredly
confidential. No cases mado publio without
consent of patients.
O. W. MERRILL &. CO SELL HOOD
Main office. 454 New York Avonuo: S f
branch, 1633 L St.; dopot, 4th and R
LOST OR FOUND.
LOST OCT. 17, PHOTOGRAPH OF COLORED
lady with No. 192 and three lotters, T. II. C.,
on back. Finder will please bring to 1510 M st.
nw. and roceivo reward. It
Washington, D. C. 4
II. C. BURCH, Manager.
Pennsylvania avenuo and 14th st nw
O. G. STAPLES, PROPRIETOR. aul6-lm
LEGaL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMPANY
Printers and Stationers.
SIS Fifth st. n.w. M. W. MOOltE. Manager!
WEAR r-OR LADIES AND
ELLS TOR GENTLEMEN.
demand and closod quiet and steady. Ameri
can middlieg, 1. m. c, October, 3 9-61 value; Oc
tober and November, 3 5-64 valuu;Novombor and
December, 3 5-64a3 6-4; December and Jan
uary, 3 5-Gla3 6-64; January and February, 3 6-64a
3 7-64; February and Mnrch, 3 8-61 sellors;
March and April, 3 9-64a3 10-64; April and
May, 3 11-64 buyers; May and June, 3 13-61
sellers; June and July, 3 14-64a3 15-64.
Spot quotations American middling fair,
8 23-32d; good middling, 3d: low middling, 3ftd;
good ordinary, 3; ordinary, 21 3-16.
Weekly Bank Statement.
New York, Oct. 20. Tho wookly bank state
ment shows tho fallowing changes: Reservo, in
crease &l,r-G6,350; leans, iurrecse $651,300; specie,
increase $1,047,000; lecnl tenders, increase
$1,581,300; deposits, $3,817,800, circulation. In
crease $169,300. Tho brinks now hold $62,513,675
in excess of the requirements of the 25 per
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FLAT FOR RENT ONE C-ROOM FLAT ON
2d floor, with bath nnd steam heat; southern
exposure Also S unfurnished rooms on 3d.
New Ingiand board furnished If desired. 15
Grant Place. oc21-lt
FOR RENT-2 DESIRABLE COMMUNICAT
OR rooms; floor above the parlor; bath
same floor; to rospectable tonanta; good loc a
tlon; near Treasury, War, and Navy Depart
ments. Inquire nt 1810 K st oc2I-3t
TICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
oc2Mt 1017 11th st nw.
AT 1315 to 1311 M ST. NW. ON 1ST AND 2d
floors; large elegant rooms, fur. and unfur.,
single or on suite, With best of table board. Ap
ply at onco oc21-3t
FORRENT-UNFUR. 2 HANDSOME 2D FLOOR,
front rooms; largo; has alcove; heat.gas, and
bath; to gentlman nnd wife for light housekeep
ing: private family; no small children. 1416 11th
st nw. It
XT' OR RENT 8 OR 4 ROOMS TO RENT ON 2d
and 3d floors; fur. or unfur.; would like to
rent all to ono family; no objection to children.
001 N. J. ave. nw., C. G. YOUNGER. It
OniO HOUSE, 328 INDIANA AVE. FINELY
fur. rooms and board; opp. city hall park:
all cars from both dopots pass door; hot and cold
water in all rooms. ocl6-7t
TJMRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOMS AT REA-
sonable prices; 717 Twelfth street northwest;
also table board. oc7-lmo
Hnndsoruo office rooms in Tho Times
Buildinc; moderate rent. Apply in Count
BY AMARRIED COUPLE, 3 OR 4 FUR. ROOMS
for light housekeeping; state locality and
H T. B. W., thl3 office.
WE OFFER AGENTS big money, in exclusive
territory, Our Safes sell nt sight in city or
country. Agents llrst In field actually getting
rich. One agent in one day cloared $61.50 So
can you. Catalogue free. Address ALPINE SAFE
AND LOCK CO., No. 3C0-371 Clark street, Cincin
nati, O. QC21&23
WANTED-TO RENT SMALL STORE WITH
bakor's ovon; also to purchase a meat
It Address MAY, this office.
TaTANTED-10 DOUBLE TEAMS TO HAUL
WASHINGTON BRICK AND TERRACOTTA
CO.. Del ave. and 0 st sw. It
X7 ANTED BY 4 ADULTS, 4 OR 6 UNFUR.
T V rooms for light housekeeping In prlvnto
family; within 10 minutes' walk of National
HotoL Address R. 1C, this office. oc21-7t
TVfAN'i'ED glx jjejj T0 CANVASS.
XV. corner 80th nnd N st ocl9-3t
-VTT ANTED LADIES TO LEARN MME. WASH
V 1 Ington's Ladles' Tailor System; drafts di
rect on the material; call and Investigate; this
system is so thoroughly taught that scholars,
after finishing, are fully competent to take
charge of business for themselves or take load
ing positions for others. Positions at 601 12th st
nw. secured after learning. oc7-3mo
WANTED-ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
at Bu6h's new place, 817 7th st nw., and
get a nice cold bottle of beer for 5 cents.
SPIRITUALISM METZEROTT MUSIC HALL,
Sunday, Octobor 21, Mrs. Cora L. V. Rich
mond, of Chicago, will lecture both morning and
evening; 11:30 a. in., subject, "Tho Now Re
ligion;" 7:30 p. m., subject, "Tho Future influ
ence of Spiritualism, Socially, Politically; and
Religiously;" children's progressive lyceum, 10
AT E. WASHINGTON ASS'N. MEETS MON
i day, Oct 22, 1894, 7:30 p. nt, in hall n. e.
cor. 11th and II n. e. Election of officers and
other Important business.
oc21-2t JOHN D. HINTERNESCH, Secy.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
Ing between Daniel A. Chllds and Goorgo
H. McDurmld, under the firm name of Chllds &
McDurmid, is this date dissolved by mutual
consent DANIEL A. CiULDS, GEORGE II. Mc
DERMID. Washington, D. C, Oct 20, 1894. oc20-3t
aHE WITHDRAWALS FROM THE RESERVE
. fund of tho Mutual Reserve Fund Lifo As
eoclatlorifbf New York; compiled from the Now
York insurance reports; of great Interest to
members as well as to lifo insurance solicitors;
1 copy 10c..3coples25o::8for50c.;15for75o.;25for
81. Address the compiler and publisher, C. G.
HARGER, Jr., P. O. Box 22, Washington, D. C.
OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR, DISTRICT OF
Columbia, Washington, October 17, 1894.
Notico is hereby given that on the THIRTY
FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 1891, will expire all
licenses given bv the District of Columbia to
Apothecaries, Auctioneers, Banks and Bankers,
Brokers, Commission Merchants, Claim Agents,
Cattle Brokers, Dealers in Ice, Merchandise,
Bill Posters. Dealers In Junk and Second-hand
Personal Property, Dealers in Old Barrels. In
surance Companies, Insurance Agents, Manu
facturers of Illuminating Gns, Propr etors of
Bar Rooms, Billiard, ilagatolle and Jennie Lind
Tables, Bowling Alleys aud Shuffle Boards,
Hotels, Livory Stables, Intelligence Offices, Res
taurants and Eating Houses, Real Estate Agents,
Wholesalo Liquor Dealers, Proprietors of Thea
ters. All persons engaged In the above described
business, trades or professions must promptly
renew the same In accordance with law. By
order of tho Commissioners D. C. MATTHEW
TRIMBLE, Assessor D. C. ocl9-0t,oxs
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF ASSISTANT
assessors, District of Columbia Tho board
of assistant assessors, appointed under tho pro
visions of tho net of Congress approved August
14, 1894, has been duly organized, and is now
ready to hoar and considor such complaints as
may bo made rogarding the assessment of real
estate in tho District of Columbia, as rovlsed
and returned under the provisions of the act ap
proved August 5, 1892. This revision must bo
comploted on or before tho flrst MONDAY of
January, 1895, and hence all parties dpslring to
bo hoard should submit their views in writing as
early as practicable In order that each com
plaint may havo due consideration.
Blank forms for making complaint are now
ready and will bo furnished on application, in
person or by mail, at tho rooms of the bonrd, No.
106 C st. nw. JAMES A. BATES, Chairman
Board of Assistant Assessors. oc!6-7texS
The Oldest and Lakoest
Musio House is the Our.
MUSIC PUBLISHERS AND DEALERS IN
No, 937 Pa, Ave., near 10th St,,
Koop in stock everything usually kept In
a flrst-class music store, at prices that
cannot bo undersold. You nre Invltod to
call aud oxamino our stock, and wo re
spectfully solicit your pationage. Ploaso
bear in mind wo are solo agents in this
locality for tho wonderful
Washburn Mandolins & Gnitars
And also wholesale and ret-all agents for the
celebrated STEWART BANJO. oc20-tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
turo, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, ta; tho
property will romnin undisturbed in your pos
session; terms easy; lowest rates; private offices;
all business strictly confidential; you can haTo
tho monoy the dny you apply for it; paymonts
can be mado on tho principal at any timo; each
payment made will lessen tho cost of carrying
Please call on
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
C02 F st nw., main floor. ocl3-lmo
"TONEY LOANED-ON STOCKS, BONDS,
ItX trusts, lifo insurance policies, syndicate
certificates, otc No delay If you have the se
curity. YERKES & BAKER, 17 Sun Building.
WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
pany.wlll lend you $20 aud upward on furnl-
! ture, planos,horses, wagons, &c,;no publicity and
property to remain In your undisturbed posses
sion; loans paid in part or hi full at any time to
6uit the convenience of the borrowor, aud any
part paid reduces the cost of carrying the loan
in proportion to tho amount paid. WASHING
TON MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY, 610 P at
FOR 8ALE SUBURBAN PROPERTY.
Hrchibald M, Bliss
For Bale In handsome, eliciblp, Building
Lota. Terms easy and long. Possesses
the evory feature of an id oal home site.
Apply on grounds to OVERLOOK INN.
EAST WASHINGTON HEIGTHS.
FOR 8ALE HOUSES.
J7OR SALE CHE AP-CROOM BRICK HOUSE.
. all m 1; Florida avo., Just west of 14th st;
small amount cash; balance easy terms. Ad
dross F. W., this ofllce.
SEVERAL RARE BARGAINS.
TERMS VERY EASY
Only $50 cash, balance payable $20 per month,
will buy a desirable brick dwelling at Le Droit
Park; 6 rooms, bath, and all mod. imps.; price,
$3,200. WESTCOTT, WILCOX & HIESTON,
oc7-lmo 1907 Pa. ave. nw.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE HOUSE ON CAPI
tol HiU; convenient to cars and herdlcs; 6
rooms, bath, papered, and all mod. Imps.; terms,
$100 cash, balance payable $20 per mo.; rrico,
only $3,250. Apply to WESCOTT, WILCOX &
HIESTON, 1907 Pa. ave. nw. oc7-lm.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TTT'OR RENT 601J4 4TO ST. NW., OPPOSITE
Penelon Office; 8-room house; m. L Inquire
614 3d at. nw. oc21-3t
37IOR RENT 1218 I ST. NE., 6 ROOMS; A. M. L;
? collar; largo yard; stable; newly papered
and painted, 818.30. W. J. FRIZZELL,
oc21.Su,tu,&th 912 7th st ne.
FOR RENT NEW ELEGANT HOUSE; GOOD
location; 8 rms.; cellar; furnace; a. m. i.;
stationary wash tubs; back alley; cars pass door.
908 11th st a. e.; 822.50. Apply 900 11th st s. e.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
IF YOU WANT A HOUSE LOOK AT THESE
before you buy or rent.
132721st st nw., nearly new, 10 rooms.
38, 40. 42, 46, 48, and 50 M st nw., bet North
Capitol and 1st ; all now 9 and 10 room houses;
nicely furnished. I will soli these houses very
cheap and on easy terms.
oc21-2w 10th and F ets. nw.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE HORSE, CARRIAGE, BUGGY,
and harness left to be sold; no reasonable
offer refused. 927 D at n. w., next to Evening
News' offlce. FRED. GEYER. ocl9-3t
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS MAtL ORDER
business; Just tho thing for a lady or gov
ernment clerk for evening; 5100. Address A. B.,
this office. ocl9-3t
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS BOOK, NEWS
paper. and Job printing ofllce on terms to
suit purchaser. Must sell. A large run of work
on hand. R. F., this office. oc!9-3t
FOR SALE CRESENT NO. 1 BICYCLE, THIS
year's make; in perfect condition; boen
used but littlo; lamp, tell, rubber mud guard,
etc. Cull at 8 a. m. or 5:30 p. m.,
ocl7-7t 922 1 st nw.
FOR SALE GOLD FISHES, FANCY PIGEONS,
Singing Canaries, Mocking Birds, Parrots,
Monkeys, Fancy Poultry, Maltese and Angora
Kittens. SCHMIDS Bird Stores, Na 712 12th st
nw. and 1221 Pa. ave. nw. oc9-3m
Without a DotJbt
The prottiest subdivision around Washington
will be placed on salo in about ten days. Don't
buy a lot anywhero until you have seen these
choice lots from $50 upward at beautiful
TUXEDO. Particulars at ofllce, 623 F st nw.lt
PROF. PFLEG ING.
907 Thirteenth streot northwest
ASTROLOGER AND SPIRITUAL HEALER.
Consultations, 50 cents.
A GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKE TO MEET
lady about twenty-eight (brunette), as
companion to theater. Addross R. S., this
STELLA, THE QUEEN OF THE "GONZALES"
tribe of Gypsies, reader by palmistry of
tho llve3 of mankind, has returned from Cape
May and is located at No. 1S38 Eighth st. n. w.,
corner T. oc21-3t
Mrs. E. McNeil, .
BUSINESS AND TEST MEDIUM,
1914 Penn. ave. n. w.
FREE DENTAL INFIRMARY DENTAL DE
partment of Columbian University. 1325 H st
1 nw. Open daily from 1 until 5 p.m. All operations
1 atcostof material used. Extracting free. ocl9-3m
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY-M.A. WEAVER,
propriotor, 512 Eighth stnw. Telephone 1613.
Laundry work hi all Its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
MME FRANCIS HAS RETURNED AND
would be glad to see her friends at 406 E.
Cap. st Sittings daily from 9 to 9. Cards. 25a;
sittings, 50c. ocl7-8t
BUY YOUR EYEGLASSES
From an expert who knows how to fit them to
your eyes. A large assortment of tho Quest
French lenses In different styles of trainer's art
LOW PRICES. Always kept on hand. All prices
marked in my window. A. KAHN, 93j F st nw.
TT7ITH THE COAL AND GAS BILLS ON THE
t V Increase why not get tho bestcst for tho
leastest by coming to us for an elegant suit or
ovorcoat slightly worn. Wo havo a large stock.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D st nw. ocl6-tf
TREMBLY, REGILDLNG AND PICTURE
frames, has removed from No. 919 E st n. w.,
to No. 512 10th st n. w., opposito Ford's Thea
MME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
life. All business confidential. Ladies and
gentlemen, 50a each. Hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
605 N. Y. ave. nw., near 6th st ocl3-2w
DR. JANE H. IRVING enn bo consulted at her
parlors on all affairs of lifo, being a celebrated
business medium who has a reputation through
out the world for nccurato and truthful readings
of the Dast, present, and futuro ovonts of your
lifo, through her wonderful Egyptian magnetic
charm; removes nil ovil lnfluonces and family
estrangements; unites the separated and causes
speedy marriages; brings success in your busi
ness affairs and tells when to make profitable
Investments; no one in tho present generation
pessesses this power in a greater degree than
Dr. Jano H. Irving, who uses It only to tho ad
vantage of tho human race and to aid thoso who
need tho knowledge; ladies may consult her
with confidence on all diseases peculiar to their
Satisfaction by HiaiL Send stamp for circular.
Ofllco and residence, tJ16 Fifth street northwest,
opposito Pension Ofllce, Washincton, D. C.
This lady is indorsed by tho press, clergy, and
public in general. ocS-tf
nlmes. Washington & Briggs,
604 Twelfth streot northwest,
Wish to inform their customers and the ladles
of Washington that thoy aro prepared to make
Dinner, Walking, Riding Habits,
Tailor-made Suits, Etc.
Thoy havo secured tho services of tho best art
ists, and mado arrangements with tho leading
houses of London, Paris, and Berlin for styles,
nnd will execute all orders with promptness.
Their customers havo been the elite of this
country,-whom thoy havo always pleased, and
will guaranteo to suit tho most fastidious.
MMES. WASHINGTON & BRIGGS,
oc7-3m . 604 Twelfth st nw.
Jf AST, PRESENT,
and future causes spoedy marriages unites the
soperated, tolls love affairs, losses, business
deals, and how to overcome enemies, tolls every
thing, twelve years established. Sittings 50
cents. Hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.; open Sundays.
489 H street, between Four-and-a-half and Sixth
ats. s.w. ooS-lm
467 C Stroet Northwest.
OFFICE HOURS, 10.TO1, 6 TO 8.
A Well-Served Dinner
' Sharpens tho appetite and makes tho eating doubly enjoyable. We're fast buildlnsraa
(mlatlo reputation on the excellence of our dinners. Best of eyerything exqulaltnly
ccoked and well served. Wo're making a specialty of early dinners from 11 a, m. to 2 p.
m. A splendid dinner for only 20 cents. Late dinners, 50 cents. Froml2to7, Toucan-
not eat good meals and pay less for them anywhere.
HOTEL EMRICH, c .
Pennsylvania Avenue, Near Sixth Street Northwest.
Augustus Pitou's production of
The Company headed by A. H. WILSON and JANE STUART.
Next week J. K. EMMETT, In Fritz in a Madhouse.
NATIONAL LYCEUM COURSE.
Tho following engagements havo boen definitely made for the series of ten entertainments at
Metzerott Music Hall, Wednesday Evenings, i894-'95-
Decembor 5 Walter Damroech. Lecture on Wagner Music Drama. Decern ber 19 Lewla Harvlo
Finnoy, Illustrated Lecture on the Nile. Decembsr 26 Mozart Symphony Club. String: Quartet
and Four Soloists. January 2 Jenn'o O'Neill Potter. Readings and Sketches. Januarys Wes-.
leyan College Glee nnd Mandolin Club, Twenty College Boy3. January 16 Miss Mary Proctor, Lec
ture on the Solar System. January 30 George Riddle, Healings. February ft OUie Torbett Con
cert Company, Including Swedish bextet February 13 U U. Ragan, Illustrated Lecture. March,
6 Wulf Fries 'Cello Club and Mis Llla Juel. Swedish Soprano.
COCRSE 1ICKE1S TEN ENTERTAINMENTS SI.8Q.
Tho same seat can be reserved for tho entire season on payment of $1.00 extra. Subscription
boats for single entertainments will cost 50 cen ts to 3L50L
Subscribe now. lioom 42 Metzerott Building.
BHNJ0 HND GUITKR
Quickly and correctly taught, 37 per quarter;
thirteen years' experience. Parlors open from
10am. until 9p.m. GEORGE DRAEGER,
trse23-lm 904 K st nw.
NO. 21 G STBEET NW.
Lectures in Medical Department 5:90 to 9:80 p.
m. Dispensary open from 3 to 5 p. m. daily.
Special clinics Sunday. 2 to 4 p m. Apply to
DR. JOSEPH a ELLIS. Bean.
eeSO-tf 1157 11th st nw., Washington, D. a
1864 Education for Real Life, 1894
.fcorbous and .Daughters, ihebpencerian Bus
iness College, National Bank of the Republic
building, cor. 7th and D nw. Day and nigh: ses
sions SPENCERIAN, in tho national capital
and throughout the country, is a household word,
associated with thorough business training and
a prosperous career.
The thirtieth scholastic year of this popular
institution begins Monday, September, 3, ISM.
Five departments, viz.: Practical Business, in
cluding complete bookkeeping course, English,
rapid calculations, rapid writing, moral and
social culture, Delsarte system of expression,
dries, political economy, and commercial law;
Practical English, with Inlt atory bookkeeplr g;
Shorthand and Typewriting, including English;
bpencerlan Rapid Writing; Mechanical and
Architectural Drawing. Full corps of thoroughly
trained teachers. Location central Offlce open
every business day and night on and after Mon
day, August 6. Write or cad for nw anneal
announcement MRS. SARA A. SPENCER,
aul0-3m Principal and Proprietor.
BANJO AND GUITAR.
E. L. HOWES.
cc9-2w Studio 1223 15th st nw (cor. Mass. ave.)
THE COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY,
Rev. SAMUEL H. GREENE, D. D.. President
The Preparatory School opens Sept 24
Tho Columbian College opens Sept 24
The Medical School opens Oct 1
The Dental School opens Oct 1
The Corcoran Scientific School opens. Oct 2
Tho Law School opens Oct 3
The School of Graduate Studies opens. Oct 4
LAW SCHOOL FACULTY.
The Hon. JOHN M. HARLAN, LL. D.,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Professor of the Constitutional Jurisprudence of
tho United States, of the Law of Domestic Re
lations, of Commercial Paper, and of Torts.
The Hon. WALTER & COX. LL. D ,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia,
Professor of the Law of Real and Personal Prop
erty, of Contracts, and of Crimes and Misde
meanors. Tne Hon. WILLIAM A. MAURY, LL. D.,
Assistant Attorney General of the United States,
Professor of Equity Jurisprudence, of Common
Law and Equity Pleading, and of the Law of
The Hon. DAVID J. BREWER, LL. D.,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Professor of the Law of Corporations.
Prof. G. H. EMMOTT, A.M., LL. M.,
Of tho Johns Hopkins University,
Lecturer on the Civil Law
HENRY E. DAVIS, A. M., LL. M.,
Sometime Assistant Attorney of the District of
Lecturer on the Bistory of Law.
WILLIAM F. MATTINGLY, esq..
Of the Washington Bar,
Lecturer on Practical Commercial Law.
Tho Hon. WILLIAM EDGAR SIMONDS, A. M.,
United States Commissioner of Patents,
Professor of the Law of Patents.
Tho Hon. ANDREW C. BRADLEY,
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia,
Lecturer on Criminal Law and on Criminal
Pleading and Practice.
WILLIAM G. JOHNSON, LL. M.,
Of the Washington Bar,
Professor of Legal Catechetics and Judge of
For catalogue of these several schools address
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Addross, MRS. WM. D. CABELL, Principal.
1435 K st n-w. tf
VOCAL. VIOLIN, PIANO
J. F. RUECKERT,
1450 Fourteenth st n. w.
Terms liberal. oc3-lmo.
KINDERGARTEN AND SCHOOL, 1426 Q
street northwest Miss Susan Pollock, prin
cipal Training class for teachers. Refer
MRS. MANNS KINDERGARTEN AND
school and tho Elizabeth Poabody Kinder
garten Normal Training hool, 191S Sunderland
place, will begin fall and wintor sessions Octc-:
ber 1,1804. oc2-2mo
AYOUNGMAN'S OPPORTUNITY. PRE
paro for active business by Improving
mind and body at tho YOl NG MEN'S CHRIS
TIAN ASSOCLVTION, 1403 New York ave. nw.
Evcnins educational classes in ten practical
open every dny and evening Como to tho build- j
lng, boo tho equipment, and got tne annual pros
Mandolin and Guibar
934 F st. nw., Room 3.
CENTRAL M.P. CHURCH 12rn AND M STS.
nw., Rev. S. J. Smith, pastor Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 11 a m. "Life a Journey."
Sunday-school at 9:30; ChristianEndeavor at 6:30;
prayer and lecturo Thursday, 7:30; spats free.
CHURCH OF OUR FATIIEfi, CORNER 1ST1I
and L sts. nw. This evening tho choir will
be assisted by tho Jubilee singers who will ren
der tho following: "Keep Mo from. Sinking
Down," "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," ''My Lord
is Waiting All the Time."
T7OR EXCHANGE WE HAVE HOUSES AND
JL; lots in all sections of the city for exchange.
Apply WESTCOTT, WILCOX & HIESTON,
oc7-lmo 1907 Pa. ave.
Orchestra Chairs, Reserved. 51. OO
Orchestra Circle, Reserved ......... 75
Dress Circle, Reserved - 50
Reserved Scats for .Matinees ....25 & 50
AND ALL THE WEEK
the American Character Comedy,
BUTLER'S NEW BIJOU THEATER.
THIS WEEK, Matinees Every Tue3.,Thur3.,
and Sat Prices, 15, 25, 35. 50, and 75.
Return of the Sensational Comedy Drama,
A KENTUCKY GIRL,
who will be supported by an excellent company.
Seethe great sensations. Next week George
Monroe & Co. in My Aunt Bridget oc21-7t
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
1A Every Evening. Saturday Matlneo Only.
Miss Ada Rehan.
Monday evening. "The Last Word;" Tuesday,
"Taming the bbrew;" Wednesday, "School for
Scandal;" Thursday. "Love on Crutchea;" Friday
evening and Saturday matinee, "TweRthNight'
Saturday evening, '-As You Like It"
Next Week Hoyt's, "A, Trip to Chinatown."
H LBAUGITS GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Edw.H. Allen .Manager.
M Evenings at 8. Wed. and Sat Mats, at 2.
1 Prices 31.50, SI, 75, 50, and 25a
The Favorite Komant.c Actor,
Monday night and Wednesday matinee, "MTon
bars;" Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday nights,
"The Corsican Brothers;" Wednesday night
(new), "Parrhaslus;" Friday, "Hamlet?' Satur
day matinee. "Romeo and Juliet" Next week,
MARIE JANSEN, supported by FREDERIC BOND
and company in "ML DYNAMITE." t
ALL THIS WEEK.
The Model of Refined Vaudeville,
An Aggregation of Meritorious Talent, formlni
the Most Complete Organization
in Existence, including
MISS HELENS MORA,
The Phenomenal Lady Baritone, In Her Peerless
1 0 High-class Specialty Acts 1 0
NEXT WEEK RICE AND BARTON'S CO.
"VTEtV NATIONAL THEATER. '
1 ENGAGEMENT OF MISS
Under the Management of Mr. Augnstln Daly
Monday."The Last Word." Tues. Eve. and Wed.
Mat, "Taming the Shrew." Wed. Eve.. "School
for Scandal" Thursday. "Love en Crutches "
Friday Eve. and Sat Mat, "Twelfth Night"
Saturday Eve., "As Yon Like It"
Next Week Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown."
NTATIONAL LYCEUM COURSE.
Ten Entertainments 8LS0
The following attractions have been engaged
Dec. 5., Walter Damresch's Lecture on Wag
ner; Dec 1. Lewis H. Finney's Illustrated lec
ture; Dec. 2, Moaart Symphony Club; Jan. 2,
Jennie O'Neill Potter: Jan. 9, Wesleyaa College
Glee and Mandolin Clubs; Jan. ls, Mary Proc
tor's lecture on astronomy;, Jan. 36, George W.
Riddle; Feb. 6. Ollie Torbett and the Swedish
Sextet; Feb. 13, H. H. Ragan's illustrated lec
ture; March 8, The Wulf Fries 'Cello Quartet
and tne Swedish soprano, lata J net
Subscriptions received at Room 42; Metzerott
Single Night Tickets, 50 cent3 to 5L50.
Track Near St. Asaph,Va.
Oct. 18 to Dec. I.
Forty.Days of Hih-class Racing
Best Horses in Training Engaged,
Six Races Every Day.
First Race at 1:45.
Trains, direct to Grand Stand, leave Baltimore
and Potomac Station at f and 1:30. Returning
immediately after last race.
Improper Characters Excluded.
H. D. Mclntyre, E. E. Downham,
0LDD0M1HI0H JOCKEY CLDB
en the grounds of the
Grange Camp Association of
Five races will be run each day. First race at
2.15 P. M.
Trains will leave SUUhSreet Depot at 13.30
and 1.40 p.m. Returning at 5.10 and 3.10 p. in
Improper characters will not be admitted.
GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING PARK POOLS
SOLD and BOOKING ON ALL RACLNO
EVENTS. Trains leave B. and P. depot at9:t5
and 11:50 a. in.. 12:50, 1:40, and 3:20 p. m. Fifteen
minutes to Alexandria Driving Park station,
near Alexandria, Va. KfTransportation re
funded to all patrons. anl5-3m
HOTEL PITNEY, ATLANTIC CITY, N J.
N. Y. avo- bet. Pacific and Beach; mod.
conv.; $1.50 to 82.50 per day; 37 to $12 per week.
HOTEL FLORIDA, PACIFIC. BET. N.Y. AND
Tenn. aves.; mod. conv.; $1.25 to $2 per day;
17 to no per week; Sat. to Mon., J2.75. CHARLES
LADIES COMFORTABLE HOME BEFORE
and during confinement; best medicat treat
ment; babies adopted; female complaints
treated by experienced physician; confidential.
Mrs. D& RENNER, 131 3d st. n. fc, Washington,
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