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THE EVENING TIMES, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1898.
America Is Now on a Most War
GREAT AGTIVITV DISPLAYED j
A Miielit Hi'iuiui- of be "NotnMo
Km'IHh Which lii How tli-
in erl trim rin :uul :iv,v iiml tin
Whole Toople rc (.ellfnfi' IWiil
fot tiiiiiirdlnle MrtWr.
The ropert that overRl vovHlt arc to
be withdrawn ftom the Ke Wet M(MNi
ioh i- denied bv Seoretttrv Long. The
MtcHsrtH of Cnptftin Sn))Him s fiuMltxM
will be mttiuttiined
lacntonunt Commander 31nri went to
ilie White House at hlf imst nine o'eJocK
ai A the President denied himwlf to nil
other victor for mh hour ami m half
Thtj wore nt vvotk oor the mMnw- nl
dtawtHps Aftor thit Mi Mtnix went to
the Nvj DeNtmeiit with the diKWlMfft.
'J he vviil be HthoKrwphed AnnKomi
have Ihkjii tnnde to print Hi the tiovem
merw. PriHtiMK Othco ten thwMMUMl oo
icb ot the repot t of the MutMe hoar
A4KtHt Seoietniv Ho-cvert h hh
noiiHOcd otlieiHllv the iHrohne ot for
actot. and olsht twplxmt-. ve-rdHj
lie ha ordered thetn liH t the
lirooklvn na.v id immetllftMv. am4 di
leeted the various buieNMb to put them in
loitditkm foi naval derewe "with the ut
He htB hIso MeetiI Commodore
CiowMliwhield Ctatf of Navigation t
othcer ami nw these vessel and ed
them to Ke Wort as rarddl.v a thej
tan be iiiopured
Follow IllR is h llrt of til' v Wjlf W
ilwsed Yachts AlieiH AIhiv. Hermkme
aMi Columbia Taps Strm KiiiR. Ar-M-
12 l.Hekenback lAK"KewcU,
PhoM. V. intluvn, P. H Win? and Eltre
New iiHmes will be seteeted fot tlie-e
sels b the time thev are icadj to
leave New York. The a-dstHt heertH
i has bo HHiied a board to afrwr
t"iin the number of kuh ad qwuHit
J ammunition each of the Hewi; o
qulre revenue cutters eii crrv
Capt WHliam M KolRft hs Imom se
leotei t oohmwmihI th prtectd crtriiwr
v Oriean- o het arrival at "i ork
where he is now statHHH?d in turp' of
the JUrht bout, diKnct
The N.v Department toflv trnere 1 set- ot artilleiv bartte-s with which
iomnmdti to the single turret mMti- 1 to eti attilletv horses
tor- Uent C S nichnum K the la- SiH l'alis. S D. March 25 xVttornej
hant at4 I Jew H V Piettbi to the j General Grifgbv.- of this State, hat of
JasoM. thes-e two to g to New Yotk. ( fwd his st.jiees to President McICinley
IJent WiHIam Irwin te the Mowtalik. tw oommniMl the cowlwy regiment now
Us-i fer Portland Me Ueur It G le'ttg formal Governor Kee has tender
Peck ti tlie Lehigh Hml Lieut M IS j cl th -erviees f the St.ite militia.
Hall to the CatkiM the bitter two for 1 rm Worth Te March 20 The ap
t' defew-e of ilostwn. Leut Vrk N- itlk-atHHi of Major Collins to raise a regi
l Ik dtiled in ontmtiM4 f th w , mtt of Teas infant: to go to Cuba
tu MglHact 1 has received the indorsement of General
The Government has racrtra!lv 4e- j Yanwnlt
idHl to rdei tweJve dvaamUe torpedo 1 gaw rranofsco. March 2d A new 1J
liNit eitrKer f row Lieut Nixon, of , in h riflied -annon with r disappearing
the Ciof-eeW SMvaiHl m lateahetlt N arnKe to be located at the Presidio.
Mt NIvoh arrive M ivsinu?ton yew- j
ui-oa Md voHiue M t)f t4a
whk he hl kee teri "Whe he
1 tiMti w hi rd he mijk lie will take
14etK Nixon has a hW in for three
lldrtv-koet toit)do boat de-Hrovers ami
ttie loari rjwrte4l lav ot tog his bW
WheM it va. decided to IwcreasM the
order Lieut. Nixon was summoned to
YaWtgto and aked if he could pro
duce the emire number He retunHMl to I
hit- vanl. conulted with Ws assistants,
and then came baek to YasWgton to
sav he cohM lauiK-h the rtrst one in wlie
tv djivs. and bv working the others along
at tlie sme time, liniah everv one two
Chicago March Get H A Wheel
er, of the First llrigade. Itttaofo Na
tional Guard has just lotmned frm a
t onferenee " ith Gen Miles and other
A run officiate in Washington He made
lhis MgitiAcant temark
"If I did not expect to ftght I mitftt
The nt thine Gen Wheeler dtd after
retutwtMff from WaMhineton p to call
i conference of nte officer During the
gi-eatet jiottion of the mornmg he w- in
ommtmicetion with individuals of his
WtM4 the retteral utnwkk. hl reri-
eenee n to the nature of hit. consult-
tiows hi WmWhrIiw he innket; no se-
ret of one fact M brigade K being
put in loadine; for Instant service.
As to the rvapotte for th4t he nwike no
comment The puMf h left to draw it I
own conetefdon I
ltOKton. Mae . Mareh S The Ronton t
chamber of eommerte, at a special wet
itiK 'eterda) afternoon, adopted reo- '
Itition as follows. 1
"Ketwtved. That, sdtowtd the failure of
owr lawlaWe effirt to maintain )eae
eiMnpoI the natiHi to seek the arbitrament
of arms, the Boston chamber of commerce
pledge that, as in the past, the met-
bants of Boston wiH. If Heearv de
ote life and fortune to the accomplish
ment of victorv
'Resolved. That we extend to the suf
fering peoirie of Cuba our svmpathv in
their distress, and recomtnend most earn
estly the elle Hon of monev and S4ii
plies, and heartllv iiwlorKe whatever ac
tion the President of Cmpres mav take
foi their relief and sustenance "
Boston, March 36 Prepatations are
being made at the navv vard here to re
ceive the monitors CatkM1 and Lehigh
which are expected -oon AYoik on the
lancwstei and the Machian is being rush
ed however, o as to have, if possible
everj thing cleaned nil bv the time that
the monitors arrm Sailing orders for
the Machlas have not as vet been re
ceived lrtit Commander Merri leiieve he
will be owlereil to Hampton Roads
Camden. N J March 36 The throe di
visions of naval reserves here had a
SATURDAY, March 26th, only.
1 C dtimbia S3 00
1 St lling 11.00
1 Steiiiiig 12.30
1 Eclipse ,1S,50
1 Columbia IS 30
1 Wilhelm 15 03
1 Waiwick 1800
1 Victor IS 30
1 Victor - 19 03
1 Fowler - 19.00
1 Columbia 19 30
1 Sterling 19 30
1 Victor 2000
1 Steiling. Ladies 2150
1 Sterling, Gent's 22 00
1 Capitol, Gent's 22 U0
1 Sterling, Ladies' 23 30
1 Sterling; Gent's 23 03
1 1S97 Cleveland, Gent's 33 00
1 Sterling 37.30
1 Sterling:, Gent's 40 00
1 Stalling, Ladies' 40.00
Only Jo 00 down, balance within 30
davs. Come early.
Carpenter Cycle Company,
Southwest Cor. I4th St. and N. Y. Ave.
! special insection on tne monitor Ajax
by Colonel Alurnhv. 01 inc national
Guard. thi afternoon A conference of
all the ofFcers W called for tonight by
Chicuffo. March K Afthe headquarters
of the Jllf unite naval militia the Kreatest
I extiectanc.v nrevalN The arrival of 430
l muRHiine titles from Springlielil was fol
lowed within a few minutes 1 new- tnat
oidei 1ih1 been I tied by the Secretary
or the Naxj Instuictins thcin to be
tea. for a trip to the Atlantic coast at
- i - X v. i,ci, -ne m ream-
M. to move everrthtnir, ou hae in this
twvtoSSlce out Rl tvventv-foui liouis" no
tice ' whs the order of a United State:
postollW inspector to Po-tmaster Gar-
vvod at Mrsima Ueach eterdav. This
post,:hte U verv ne.it th- sutf and han-
dl.-. all the mail of lower Primess Anne
?",!t:.. , ... ., v,o
Kiveti similar orders at Fort Monroe .uid .
MhH seat ast towns It is piobable he
will contlrue on down the const, as he !
. .! tii.. union, nf rAc:tm!ivter General i
o , '
Jaokwwviile Pin . March 21 -Em-ht of I
the lea.liii bar pllota of this place and
IVmaiHlina were ordered to report at
Savannah lestenlav to a United States
officer there for special duty, and they
left at noon
OhicHK" Match 2o A stirring incl
1su oecutttHl 011 Tbursdav iilsht at
C.ttial MhsIc Hall Before a lare au-tMem-
of Catholics presided over bv
ArdiMshop IVehan. and including ncar
lv everv well-known man of that faith
. - . .i ... t t-w .1 ,.r :.
lit iTiK-aijo Jion a. J t-....... . -;-"
) orK wan oeiiveriiif; 1111 umni:-- tmun
the at-iiice of the Knifihts of Colum-
hm. of which organization he is the
1,le ,1'1'7nnr1;';1: I under thocontrol of the trustees of How
iK what America 1ms done for people ....,,
of the Cathic faith and what they hid ard Lnlversit is meetinB with some ob
Imh for bet he panted a moment, and jeotion in that bodv.
sW I The recommendation is paid to have
"Need I add that if am cii-ls arises in i,ecn slmplj a move for the purpose of
the Hf. of thfe nation tomortow let the throwing light on the subject
occasion tome how it mav ou mnv tic
sure that the Catholics ot America will.
if need We, drain everv vein in their bod
ies to attest their devotion to the Stars
1 and Sulpo.
It wah s,.oral moments ieure tnc
oherlnK subsided and the spenker could
Irov X Y Match M One hundred
tnt of selU ecu h of w hich vv eiRlts 1.-
mt pouHoS were shipped on Thursdaj ,
evening; from the AVatetvIiet Arsenal on
th Mitn-av Lino barge. Jamestown to
Fort SHwiiin ami Port Hancock. It ts
KeneraMv eua.omrv to ship projectiles
b rail, but owing to an uigent ordet
lim WaMiinuton Col Mordecni the
j coxnmandatit thought it advisable to
use. le JtttTKe
tVdumlMis. Iil . March 2o According
to th TtnM' ami Shoemaker. V. V
Mootiei A. Sons of this placed have re
crtA an order from the War Depart
ment for leather sufficient to make 1M,-
ha. mi rived from the East and will be
mounted at once. , todaj maj bring decisive action from this
Boston. Mauh X An met ease of the Government or Spain
office foro- or the Armv engineer corps. I The s,mnibh tlotilla is rapidly approach
the prospective doubling of the number of inff thls bide of tho Atlantic Spain sent
workmen ,-mploved on tlie formications lt uUh hostile intent When it is within
at various points in Boston harbor, and ( striking distance. Spain may give Minis
the pu-hing foi ward on the operations, Ur Woodward his p.isiorts or she may
b working at night as well as dav. arc j permit a maicre in Havana.
among recent developments in this cltv j The next twentj-four hours may wlt
t'hevenne Wvo March 20 Governor I ness events such as will eo down into
Kk bards has leceived an offer from Geo
K Shanton a well-known Laramie cow
bo to rai-e within ten davs a company
of tiftv rough riders and expert shots for
!ervi e in the event of war Tlie men
will furnish their own mounts and equip
ments The ofiet will be accepted b the
San Diego Oil . March M. A 40.OM
pouttd consignment of ammunition for tlie
big guns to be mounted at Ballast Point
has arrived here
Alliance. Ohio March 27 A local iron
and steel tlrm was vesterdav awarded the
contract fot $36 6W worth of gun car
riage JaeV-rmville TTa March 2fl A battery
of rapid-flre guns i- to be stationed at the
mouth of St John's River within a few
Buffalo. N Y . March 25 A special from
Erie as that eight seamen and engi
neers and eighteen marines from the
United States shin Michigan, left there
voterdav via the Pennsjlvanin Railroad,
for League Isanl navv vard
Chmlesum, S. C. March IK One thou
sand negroes have organized here and are
readv to volimteer for service in war
Huntington L I March 20 An adver
timnt apeaiel in a local paper today
oallinc: for 1I volunteers to form a mlll
tatv comanv It is nroiosed to applj
to the State authorities for the accep
tance of the oompnnv in the National
MHw mkee Wis. March 20 The reve
nue ittet Gresham. Capt A B Davis
commanditMT has been ordered to the
Atlantic coast Cant Davis admitted
that orders had been received positive
ordering the Gi eham to the coast.
St Augustine Tin March 20 Briga
dier Gen Graham, commanding the De
partment of the Gulf, accompanied bv
Lieuts Barnej and Reber. a: rived in
this cit last evening to confer with H
M Flagler, president of the Florida East
Coast Railwav relative to the defense of
the eat eont of Florida in the event
of war Should war be declared, it
would be a matter of vital importance
that the Flagler railwaj w-tera be thor
oughlv protected as it gives the means
of quickest transportation to Kev West.
It is stated on reliable authority tint
Gen Graham will recommend to the War
Depattment that vessels armed with 10
int h rapid-fire guns be stationed along
the coast from the mouth of St Johns
River to Kev West, to protect traffic.
If there is a history of
weak lungs in your family,
take Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and invigor
ates. It enables you to resist the
disease. Even if your lungs
are already affected, and if
besides the cough you have
J emaciation, there
j.jll a cfroiio- Dl'obabiHtV f
15s bLIM i-lullto puudunu;
oil in the Emulsion
o-ive power to the nerves;
&x fw' . '
aJ tle rrlvcerilie SOOtheSand
50:. and $1 00, all drugjisa.
SCOT! & 1IOWM-, C'leniiils, New Yo-k.
OmiONitioii to JtH Control 1 How
. r 1
The proposition of the Senate District
Committee to nut Preedman'h Hospital
The committee has received a. commu
nication from Dr Hankin. president of
How aril Pniversitv. in whicli he states
that the hospital is to it large extent a
cltv poorhouse. and that it cannot lie
restricted to the speclhe work of a hos
pital He states further that It would work a
h lrdship on the university to be com
pelled to assume the responslbllitv of
tne hospital under these conditions In
the event of legislation restricting its
' service, excluslvelj to hospital work
I Dr. Rankin w.us of the opinion that its
I addition to the universit would be a
It Is more than likely that the com
' mittee will endeavor to do awaj with
I the feature complained of
AT THE DEPARTMENTS.
Kv erj thliifc l.noU. an TIioiigtIi W'lir
AHI Come (liilokU.
There is a feeling of expectancj among
all the oflicl lis of the War and Navv De
partments today, and among the visitors
there Is the onen declaration that
war is even now at hand
It is the day of waiting thnt nearly ev
erbod hones may lie the last
The offices of the Secretaries are
thronged with contractors and the corri
dors with people waiting for news The
feeling has come to many that Mondnv s
events may dwindle into insignificance
be-ide those of tomorrow or that even
history as pnrt of the
chronicles of the age
VOTING FOR THE CLOCK.
The Proceeds Will (Jo to the
The Congressional clock continues on
exhibition at Everett t. jewelrv stole.
122T, F Street.
At 1 o'clock this afternoon the vote
stood New lands. 24, Foraker, 19, Trve.
25 Fairbanks, 14 Mtt, 20. Sprague. 10,
Klklns 31. Reed. IS. Vest. 9. Teller, 22.
Davis. 20, Spooner. 21, Henderson, S,
Olms-tead. 20. Wetmore. 10. Hanna, 16
Jov. 6. Foote. 3. Murphv. V, Hale. 2
Wolcott, 1 Burrows. 10 Bennett, 6, Bou
telle. C. Bartholdt, 10, Cockrell, 6. Cul
lom. S. Bartholdt, 10, Cockdell, 22, Proc
tor. Is, Quav. 16. Wheeler. 6, Brewster, 6
Dinsmore. 4. McCIellan, C Simkins. G
Stewart, s. White. 4, Chandler. 11 Pen
tose. 2 Savers. 11, DInglej, 12 Pierce, 6
The clock will be awarded to the Sen
ator or Representative receiving the
highest number of votes bv April 2s.
Each vote represents 50 cents and the
proceeds will go to the Y M C A. build
MRS. ZEPHYB, M. SHAW.
Disappointed Love Caused Her Vt
tempt at iilcide.
Mrs Zephvr M Shaw who vesterday
jumped into the river and was rescued
by Edward Brown and Wallace E Wil
liams, is at her home. No 1015 Marjland
Av enue. mourning the loss of her intend
ed husband and the follj of her attempt
to end her life
W W. Greenvvcll, No 205 Sixth Street
northeast, today made the following ex
planation. "Tho statement which appeared m The
Times this morning that I had been mar
ried in Baltimore. Wednesday, is with
out foundation and I would also sa that
Tho Times has been misinformed as to
there ever having existed an engage
ment between Mrs. Z M Shaw and my
self W. W GREENWELL"
Slifriu TniririeN to n Child.
Catherine Ilealy, a small child, who
lives at No 113 Third Street northeast,
was knocked down bv a carriage at Third
and B Streets northeast vesterdt Rep
resentative Crump, who occupied the car
riage, picked the child up, and Mrs
Crump cared for it until it was removed
to its home. Dr G C Clark was called
and found only a few bruises
In the Police Court.
There were short dockets in both
branches of the Police Court today
Twentj-six prisoners answered the roll
call Of these, twentv-one were arraign
ed before Judge Kimbill for petty offen
ses, and, on being found guilty, were
sent to the work house for terms varving
from 60 to 120 dajs
A Louisville I,nil Sn 1 rouble.
Patrick Median, a sixteen-j ear-old boy,
who was arrested for vagrancv, was sen
tenced to fifteen davs in the workhouse
today by Judge Kimbill The jouth said
he was from Louisville, Kj., and had no
ptrents Policeman Skinner said Meehan
was begging on the streets.
It Is. or should be, tho higneA: aim ot
( every merchant to please his customers;
nnd thtt the wide-awake drug firm ot
Meyers & Eshlcmnn, Sterling, 111 , is do
ing so, is proven by the following, from
Mr. Eshlemao: "In my sixteen years" ex
perience in the drug business, I have
never seen or sold or tried a medicine
that gave as good satisfaction as Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea
Remedy. Sold by Henry Evans, Whole
sale and Retail Druggist. 933 F street
and Connecticut avenue and S street
northwest, and 1123 Marjland avenue
Drink Heurlch's Bock beer and you'll
get the best Bock brewed in the United
States. 'Phone 631, or write Arlington
! Bottling Co., 27th & K Sts. N. W., for a
SUGAR STOCK FALLING
A break of 2 1-4 Points in (ho
1. ii'-jislncss Over tbei PohhII11H of
Wnr Domiiutt ii;u' 'the Market.
Gov eminent UonilH Lower.
New York, March 26 Under fur
ther liquidation, accompanied by
sellin for short account, the stock
market this morning opined weak, with
declines extending from a fraction to
more than a point. Sugar refining, under
hoav trans ictions, broke 2 1-4 points to
107 1-2 In the lirst few minutes Uneasi
ness regarding the Cuban situation and
the posstbllltv of war dominated the di il
Ings. Following the opening decline a
i.illv ensued, ihiellv due to purchasers to
cover short contracts
Government bonds showed further
weakness, coupon 4's btlng quotid at 118
bid. 114 asked, against US 3-4 bid, 119 1-2
New York Mock Mar net
Corrected daily bv W. B Hlbbs & Co .
members of the New York Stock Ex
change, 1127 I' street.
Open High Lot Close
American Spiuls Ci 7 6 7
American bplrts pfd. 10 10 16 MO
Am bucar lieiinery. lOS'i ll." 1074 IIP,
Am Sutt.ir. pfd .. 1fr.Jh 105 Utttf 105
Amcriciio Tobacco Ulii 16 1)1 !4 iPJ
Atchison. Ion A. b K.pfa S3 p, 23 2l
IKiltinorcA-Ohio . . o'A 15t 1H IS
Uaj State Oa-i . 'i 2, 2 -1
Chesapeake &. Ohio. .. 17' 17 17)1 174
C. C.C.i-StL 2S J5 L'o'4
Chieao. Hur i. Qulncj WJ Wt5, S5', 8-",
Chicago .i, N ... Hi I15f IIP IMt
Chicago Uns ix5 HH. 4 W
C. Mi. St. Paul KV4 Wi 854 RS
C, It, I i, Paeillc BO', S2' 80S, &2H
Consolidated Uns IC7 171 t07 17t
DeUwarei. Hudson .... 1W I Oil 100 100
Den. i.HIoGraudepfd 41'4 M 4IVi H
Lne us lli4 UVi "!
General Klectne SO1- 312 MY 313
llhuois Central 90 OS', K 08'
Lake bhore. . IM 1(0 ISO lin)
Louisville A. Nasav die. 15", 17 45 40y,
Metropolitan Traction. . lJVU 113 123U 131
Manhattan Elevated 91, .95 81 95
Michigan Central mi 103 I0J 103
Mbouri Pacific . ii IS S -W
M, IC&T.pfd ... 3IH H'i 31 Jl
National Lead Co . 2tiy 26 -15", UJV
New Jersey Central . N1& 8d, bbl4 3lt
New York Central 105 V7( 105 100,
Northern Pacific 19'j lli 3 'JPa
Northern Paiitle. pfd . 57, 5b Wl K
Oatario i. Wcbteru . I3 11 131 11
Pacific Mall it 23 22 23
l'hlla i. Heading 10 KJ'i lti W4
boutliern Kailuaj. pfd 21 25y, 23, 251-,
Tennessee Coal and Iron 17 184 17 184
Union Pacitlc uew .... IG't 17 I0l, 17
Union Pacitlc pfd. 47 49' 46' 48.
U b Leather, pfa 51 51 53J ,51'i
W abash, pfd . IP IP IP 5
WhoellDB i. Like Erie . 2 -N 2 'H
Western Union Tel . 8i4 S44 624 614
New York Cotton iLarltot
Open High Low Clo-e
5 Hi 5 80 5 ) 5 ha
5 St 5 87 5 83 5 87
5 SO 5DJ 5 81 5 83
5 8J a 93 5M 5 32
CblcuKO Grain and I'roviion Jlnrket
Corrected dally by "W. B. Hibbs & Co.
members of tho New York Stock Ex
change. 1427 F street.
Sr.vitK It res
Open Hi?h Low Cose
101 101 1034 1034
82', K 4 Wit S35.
284 25i H 25 . 25''
2-J' 3)4 23 30
254 25k-3 '. li
li i34 -"2?i -,3
9 10 9 45 9 2o 9 30
9 JT 9 n - 9 35 9.12
1 IP 192 1 00 4 92
5 00 5 00 4 95 4.95
j 05 4 95 4 95 4'35
500 o0o 497 497
TTnnUIiitoii btocU Kieunnce.
Sale Capital Traction 2fi701-2,
Ameiican CJraphophone WiHl-l, Amer
ican Gniphophone, jireferred 5stlol-2,
SO 15 1-1. Pneumatic Gun Carriage lOOft
".t Mt rKonthaler Llnotpe 10fil1S3-4,
LHiiston Monotvpe 10rtl2, 2Ql21-2
US 1's, 1925
US5 1001 QF 113'f
niSTllICT OF COt.UMM'. HOSD1.
ie995;, '20-year fundlnir ' 1014
0 -. i: 30-v ear funding. ' gold 110
7. 1901 'Water stock" currencv
7's 191)3. "Water stock" currency
"tuuding currencj. 3-6.V-J 114
Met It K Couv 6's
Met It It Cert Indcbtednass. A
Met It It Cert Indebtedness, IJ
llelt HKis 1921
EcklnKton it It 6 n 1895-191 1
Coaimbla H K 6N 1914
Was.i Clas Co, her A. 6's, 19a:-27
Wash GuaCo. er IJ. 6 s. 1901 '29
U S Llectric Light. Debenture
Imp, M and N
Chesand Pot Tel Vs lg91911
Am bee A. Tr 5's F and A, 1900
Am Sec .5. Tr 5 s A and O, !9j
Wash Market Co 1st 6 . 1UJ3 1911.
17,000 retired annually
Wash Market Co Imp 6 s t--'-7
Wash Market Co ct n 6 s, IM '27
111 .. .
103 .. .
100 ... .
Masonic Hall AssoctitionS's, 19Ji 105
Wash Light lit IstO i. 1901
NATIONAL I1ASK. STO
Bank of Washington
Central (new stock)
Farmers ami Mechanics' . . ..
SAfE DEPOSIT AND TKD3r COMPNtKS
Nat Safe Deposit and Trust . .. 114
Wash Loan and Trust . .. . 125
AmerSeeuriij and Trust . 149
Wash Safe Deposit
Capital Traction Co 70'
Metropolitan 11(14 .
a VS A ND ELCCTKIC LIGHT 3TOCKJ.
Washington Gas 40
U. S Llectric Light .... 103
l:SU UANCE STOCKS.
Corcoran ... .'
Chesapcukc and Potomac, 50
American Graphophono 15
AmerieanGrapliopnonc pfd ... 15
Pneumatic Gun Carnuge 34
Mergcnthalcr Liuotype. lJS'tf
Lanston Monotype ... ll
Washington Market 12
Great Fall Ice 110
Nor. A, Wash. Steamboat
Died on the u to Church.
Coroner Carr today gave a certificate of
natural death in the case of Minnie Ball,
colored, who dropped dead at Thirteenth
and C Streets southeast while on her way
to St. Cyprian's Church.
It ti lining: bored, the outcome of
neglect, or bad blood, having a never
falling balm In Dr. Agnewr's Ointment.
Will heal the most stubborn cases
Soothes Irritation almost instantly after
first application. It relieves all Itching
and Burning Skin Diseases In a day-. It
cures Piles In 3 to 5 nights. 35 cents.
Sold by F. S. Williams, Ninth and T
Streets, and Edmonds & WiWams, Third
and Pennsylvania Avenue. 27.
nVXaSLS, AUCShS, ALC01IOMSM.ME.V. ,
T U, SHOCK. DUTlDHXC C. l sllr I L
IsKSS, I'II1&ICL OR Mh.VTVX FUIfU E.
M:ilOUSOIt UAII U'STINO H VUITS.
Nutrition, Not Stimulation.
J4JJ Pa. Ave.
Adj. Dillard's Hotel
Cures Completely and Permansntly.
Tlusc ca'CS which caii'-c o inuili ditrei and tle
S)on(lcnc3, nluili even roe'gest suicidi.
Charges rtoderatc, Aledfcins Included.
Daily OlDcc Houn 10 a. m. to r. p m JlonJav, f
Uedncaday. Tlmr-daj and Saturday, 0 to 3 p. i
bundav, 10 to 12 in.
CONSULTATION (CONKIDENTI L) FlthE.
Tln-ir Annual lvlilliltloii OpeiiM 011
Tho members of the Society of "Wash
ington Artists and the art world of
Washington arc looking forward with
more than usual Interest to the eighth
The exhibition will begin on April 1.
and will continue for four weeks Al
ready the walls of the ntvv gallery of
tho soch'ty, at No 1020 Connecticut Av
enue, are covered with canvases
Tho total nuinbei of pictures will not
be as large tills year as hertofore. but
this is due to the fact that the standard
of excellence has been rnlsed and few
er pictures have been accepted
Tho work of arranging the canvases
goes on daily and bv the first of next
week tho exhibit will be prattlcally
Tho new gallery Is larger and better
lighted than the Cosmos gallerv. and the
society congratulates Itself upon this
The exhibition will also be open at
Saturday next will be varnishing and
press dav. Monday evening April 4, will
1)0 Cosmos night It will be complimen
t ir to the members of the Cosmo Club,
which has for vears patronized the ex
hibitions of tho society
The ollicers of the society are
It N Brooke, president. Wells M. Suw
er. secreturv Georgi Gibus vice presi
dent K V Andrew ,. treusurer
Hxecutlvo Committee K C Messer.
chairman. Parker Mann, James II Moser.
Robert Hincklev. Robert Colemnn Child
The following well-known artists arc
m mbers of the sociei
V 1" Andrews. Mrs K r Andrew-.. L.
AmatcK Richard N. Brooke. L. S Bruml
di, W W. Christmas W. II f handle.
W. B Chilton. Jane 1! Curti. Catharine
Critcher. Lillian Cook Will II Coflln.
William Puller CurtK Robert Coleman
Child Jules DIeiidonne I S J. Dunbar,
H J Eilieott, George Gibb-. Carl Gi.th
erz Robert Hlnckltv. Anna Standle Ilold
brooke Samuel Hodgkins. AVm II
Holmes Dal-v B King. Dr David Kln
dlebirger Marie Mattlnglv E H Miller,
i: C Meser Parker Mann. C 1 Morse.
Frank Moss Jams Henri Moer H Ho
bnrt Nichols, Spencer IS Nichols. Bertha
n Perrie. Lucian Powell Chns H Poor.
Clarv Raj Wells M Sav.jer Alice Ar
cher Sevvall Cilward Sielwrt. Aline Sol
omons, Juliet Thompson. Gnetnno Tren-
I tannve S Jerome I'hl, Max Wejl. Carl
' The patrons and associate members
1 Marv Lord Andrews J S Auerbnch
Bvron ? Adams Mrs A C Bnrnev B
Berliner. Henry F Blount. C J Bell. Dr
Frank Baker, Woodburi Blair Mrs.
I Trances Hodgson Burnett David S Bar
ry. 1 nomas u tiarKe. .mss 10a arson
Francis Colton James Albert Clark J
B Gregg Custis Allen C Clark R S
Chilton Louis r Chew.C At water Da
J IJ Edmonds. H W Tuller V G
Tischer Charles. M Ffoulke Charles C
Glover Dr W W Godding. C. Gillespie.
Justice Horace Griv Mr Elizabeth Hat
ton Mr J P Henderson. V B HIblw
"Walter Hleston Mrs Bishop Hurst.
StiNon Hutchlns. Thomas Hjde. Miss
Mai Jarvis D- William "W Johnson
Mrs M D Jacobs. Ralph C Johnson J
M Johnson, Mrs J B Henderson, C D
Tows AV H McKnew George Lothrop
Bradlej S H K.uifTmann Mrs James
Lowndes Mrs John A Logan Dr Tran
cis R Lane Mrs Jean M D Lander.
Mrs Cazenove G Ls?e A C Lothrop.
Mr Frank Moss Mrs Parker Mann,
John R Major George T Muth. John H.
Magruder, Salvador de Mendonca A C
Moses. Gen Anson Mills William V
Mattingly. F B McGuire W J McGee,
James H. McKennej G. V McLanahan,
Mrs Belden Noble Misj, Nanna Yulee
Noble Miss Maud Noble. Crosbv S
Nojes, A S. Parsons. Major J W Pow
ell, J W Pilling Charles Rauscher. T.
E Roessle r D Schmidt. Mrs S. C.
Snjder Mr Elizabeth J Somers, Mrs.
M C Stevenson Mrs -nocli Totten
Trancis C A'an Horn, W" II Veerhoff.
Thomas E. "Waggaman. S W. Woodward,
Caleb C Willard. Prof. Thomas Wilson.
Mr. Elphonso Youngs. Mrs, Joseph Wil
lard John Taj lor Armes George F Ap
plebj and Isabel II. Lenman.
PRINTEHS FOE. WAS.
Columbia 1 pogr.-iphlcnl I'liiiiu
Cnlln a lleelliiK.
A meeting of Columbia Typographical
Union. No 101, has been called for Mon
day, March 2Sth, at 5 o'clock for the pur
pose of considering measures for the re
lief of dependents on thoe of its mem
bers who may be called into active ser
vice In the event of war.
The call has ben sent to all the mem
bers of the union by Secretary Garrett.
hceulnr loMiniie Meeting:.
The Secular League will meet in the
Temple, 513 Ninth Street northwest, at
3 p m, Sunday, instead of this evening,
as announced in The Times this morning.
Tho speakers will be Pro' William M.
Coleman and Major John W. Powell.
Lu micro's Ciiiemntoernplic.
Lumlere's Cinematographe continues to
draw crowds at Wlllard's Hall dally.
This machine is sild to be the best of
the kind seen in this city. A good class
of pictures Is shown. The views of the
bittleship Maine never fall to bring
forth hearty applause. Pictures of well
known men and events are also exhibited.
There will be an exhibition tomorrow at
S:13 p. m
TO CUItB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It fails
to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on
Take Dr.Henry's Blood Tea.
The great blood purifier, reg
ulates the kidneys, liver, and
bladder. Guaranteed to cure
constipation and indigestion.
Price 25 cents. At all druggists.
"Vour credit is good at the
of Baby Carriageb and Go
Carts the Hey wood and
the Whitney. We have
every kind, from the most
inexpensive to the most
handsome, except the trash,
whicli is dear at any price.
Our line this spring is won-
TilOJI S DOM LIM. .V (1) u IHwwn.
' No. tL' 1 st nr.
j TRI STIES sik or Mil K IlltK K ItlBl
I HOI s.s, JN MH HK l'Vi UKTMhl.N
TWrLrTII AND UllltTlLNril M WD
1) STIfl ETS NMfi UK ST
, Uv virtue of a tenant deed of tmt. lialrti Mr
! ll.lKIi. ami dulv rtiurdwl in I.iIht l'lltt Mu
( 12B, one of the IihI re nls of th" Iitr 1 of
I Colmnbu, ami at the riu-5t f the rtv m-wH
tlu rebr, we will veil at ohUIh utctmH in tnttH-
of the'liremi-s.- onlUOMWIW KRIL IT1I.
lsh-. T 1(11 It OCI.fHk P. M th
following land and (tftmr', liein? irt ul tx-ncunl
hit f, in -iuirp K1. jnd more fwllj iJeM-nbul jh
ftdlow-. I'.etnnipjc at the nrtlcat fnnifr of iW
lot thrte (1) ami rnnBinj thent-r "ouih alutts; thr
east line of said lot ianvrtn jO-ll HWl. tfc-n
n4 flft hr 25-Uo ( 25-K)) 1tt t wrt linr
of sjid kit thm? iw-tk Uttt. -vrn 0-M I7
rjO-lijJ fwt to the rMr line t -ttd 1K. jik!
tlniHe cast dl trig thr rrar low of anl Jot ftttr
hf -1 l'JO (VI J5 1) tnt to the lAMf of bwn
ninir. ti:itl.er with tlw niir(VMfi4s ifctTroti
T rnx of sale Onr thint a-h hulu'we ih inte
awl two veur-. with mtereit, ami nw4 br
a deed of trust on tfce proyertt or -til -ai. M
tlie portba-er's optiOH 4H) oVpoMt letynreti 1
th- time ot sale an 11 iiiwvsBnmr jnl iwwil
ing 4t jmrchaMT s ert TetH of le 1 h vm
IIknI null in ten ! from da of ,ile. or Un
rnHtre reervr the niclit to reell at the rtfc and
t -o-.t of the defctultimc purchaser, alter il 4f" ad
v ertfce!Bnt in some nv-(itiier pwfcli hoi m WJi
1U)WIN I) lONK;.,
T1I0S. DOW LkNG i. CO ,Antsnef,91i H at. mr.
TIIUSTFES' SUE OK UNIMPKOVED rr.OPERTY
I.ONO THE CONDI IT HO D
I B virtte of a deed of trat. duly revle! in
Liber 1CSS. at folio 326. it sen, , anion:; the land
records of the District of Columbia, ami a" tfce
request of the holder ft the note reenred there
by, the underpinned trustees .1I oSer tor sal at
rublic auetion in front " f the premises at 3 oVoek
.n m. on MONDW. VUKCH , 1!3. the Whnv
in deM?r.eel real estate, situated jb th
Cotintj of ashincton. ih the District
of Columbia to wit Lots 1. 7. . 0, W. 11. 12.
13, 1, 15, 23, 35, 36, 37, 3s. SO. 40. 41. 44. 43. 44.
45. and 4i5. in the ?uldiviicn of lots made 1). Ja
cob Clark and Edward D Cottrel! tnec.(of fart
of lot nnmlwred one in the sntw'iniaoti of i tract
in the Ditnct of Columbia, ea'led "Whitehaven "
among the heirs of Vbner CIovkI) for the PaH-ades
of the Potomac Land Improvement Company. aid
tKhviion beins recorded in the oflke of the
Surreror of the District of Cohimbu. in Doofc
County 3, at pace 15
Terms of sale One third of the pwebase neiiy
to be paid in cadi ami tne balance
in equal IntalInvTits ne am! two
years after date of sale, vcured b rieetl of trut
on the property mid. with interest upon the de
ferred paments at the jate of C per tent per
annum, until paid, or all ra-li. at tlie option of
the purchacr depo-it of ?5 vnll be rwpHred
on each lot at the time of ale Term? of ale to
I be complied with within fifteen days irom the
dav of sale, or the trustees reserve tl? naht to
rccll at the rLk and cot of the default in pur
choker or purchasers, after Ave dajs" previous ad
vcrliscment of such re ale
! ttJl E. LEW I'.
I WILLI M Y. AYKFA
I mhLVllt Trutee.
Corson 8c Macartney,
licmbcrs of the New Yoik Stock rZchauje,
1419 F St.. Glover Building.
Correspondents of Messrs. an Emburgh It Atter-
bury. No. 2 Wall Etrect.
Bankers and Dealers in Government Bondi.
Deposits E-tchanse. Loan.
Railroad Stocks and Rond-j and all sctirttlei
listed on the exchanges of Mew York. Philadelphia.
Bobton, ind ltaltimore bought and sold.
A specialty made oi investment securities. Dis
trict Bonds and all loia! Railroad, Gas, Insurance
and Telephone Stock dealt in.
American Bell Telephone Stock bought and
W. B. HIBBS & CO..
BANKERS and BUOt-FKS .
Member New YorkStocS. i:.vcbangs
1 427 F Street.
LADENBUHG. TDAL"UA.V & CO ,
WASHINGTON SAVINGS BANK.
NW. CORNER 12th AND G STS. NV.
Pays interest on Saving and Commercial ac
counts Loans on real estate, installment plan if
preferred. Safe deposit boxes for rent at 1 a
year and upward. Open daily until 4 30 p ra..
and Saturday evenings from 0 to & feCO-lm cm
'Phone, 1312. Treaty years" experience.
WM. D. KLAUSfVJAPvl,
Stocks, Btiiul, Giain, 1'rovlsloa-i
Corcoran Building, Corner F and 15lh 3tic.:i.
itooiu us. r'l i-tMitli St. Wluir.
New York Correspondent. Mcsn. Oniehch,
Martin & Co . SO Broad Street. Capital. $10-1,000.
Exclusive private wires, New ork and Chicapj.
$ $ (
X 'Phono 1537
L's with the finest kind of laundry work.
c have been long in the business and
know it thoroughly. VTe aie extra care
ful with ladies" wear and guarantee to do
it as well as it can be done.
Tolnian Steam Laundry I
A Fsdhltahpri .Tnh- 1879.
.a. unt.t ah I
1226 F Street
Lanslmrsth Furniture Co."
derfnlly full and complete.
Every kind of upholstering
every color. Wooden
wheels, bicycle wheels,
wheels with rubber tires.
The lowness of our prices
will be a perfect revelation
to you. Remember that
we only sell entirely relia
ble qualities. You are wel
come to credit whenever
Furniture and Carpet Co.,
I.NSrilANC'i: i I A rhMKN r.
STVTKMKNT OF THP ( ONIltTHN OK TMK Wlt
W R1 lNsl KN(K (tMPN. ..( Phriu
(Ie!(rfiu. suie 0f PeHRsyrrania. pa the Jtet nf
tapiul otk MMMWOD
t .ijHtal stoeli ud p TUt itS W
( aH n hand ami in hunk iHJSti "W
Real t-fcttr Mn.(o t
Mwaes (eH hvs mi m4 i"flu . BMVI l
MoHk4 and hall tmwkrt yakmV lJH7jm 5T.
(oUatrral ! . . ..... KJM
ltilla nifiwMc )JM
Prenumnt m coarse of ecDeetMMl ..... 14l XS
hMVre-t aeerned. fm at
Otfcer s-mntie tjmM
CfJt en 11 Hal ....
I mHneil preaalnm rr-vtv
Keserw fr mhhiiii
N MtVr iMMNafr
Xet wptt ikflsar
Total liaMtrfc . SMoVM
T Jk.v. HKlrttX UAk K. StmK.
.VewW. BPJ F tnt nortdrwnt. U
sTTEVKXT of tbo eMrtHMi -f tlw WVimt
Vsfri KVNtK (OWI'WY. f Tlihi,, 0ar,
m the ilt of tKmnaber, IdK. m prBhv4 lr
act f Cre-rt anywiwil JtV 29 let'X
CafMtel stork . .iff.MV.if 9
( aiMtal -toeV mud op . ...jmjmW
( a-fc in hmk ami on land . HtaWl m
MiuhOi and wottaawit' tr,H Hen an na4
estate) ... . 3&9MM
smK awl aods (Muefcct vir .. . V0tm St
i(M intirMt awl coHkitff) tmm.. SlwMM m
I'mnnM onceiicctkii awi kMtefT
Ml trtJw ebiMM
m nlh encRB I'milwi 31, lew:
DmaVml .. ta-lW.l
Current epen-e $C99R tfi
I. f KKNNT. PtUllfcwt.
C C WTKR. Sretvtarr
subKnbrd and w.rn t belor mm thaa ttl
.Wr of Mann. fc
leal W B KYM1XD
(. K KVLLUCK. VseM WM K . n
3JO.VKT WANTED AND TO LOAN.
W VNTKD- H dl Ktre WHftioii
SI to ptish , sthirm-l art 1. . fo4 t
no tritter- IC1IIHLF I hi- otfirt
Money o Loan on
Household Furniture. Pjioou etc., with
out removal from owner's possession Dar
meets received on principal, which redMGo-
the cost of carrvimr ail business strtetlv
confidential: no expense to applicant it
loan is not made, efficient service tunhle.i
us to act promptly on all applications.
Bee us Ltforu cuing elsewhere.
Capital Loan Guarantee Co.,
602 F Street N. W.
IVSOEY TO LOAN
At 5 Per Cent.
on teal cstata In D. C. no delay, to raj
HEISKKLL. & McLnHAN,
jy9 tf-om 10OS P t n
I MONEV to loan, from $3 to fW. no t,lutert w
l onired. resotiulile paper bought (.HiiKOK
I P. IIOUMNU, Rvum 11, Central WWc. 9tk ad
I'a. are. nw mM-lmii tm
MO.NE LOANED on hoiuchokl foriMmrs, aini3.
etc., office private. baMKf ee-afideattal. H.
D. HeCOWAN, ltaom 10. Ill V st. nw. afcMm
LOV.Nd of $10 and upward raaae on IrnnHm-.
pianos, horses, wacoa, etc , at lowest rat9 ad
on the da you apply. It can be returned in bi
ttalments. which reduces the eost f eaeryinc; It.
Loana alo made an the building and Ivan asso
ciation plan Call and set rates, front wesm Isc
Coor. NATIONAL MORTCAOE LOAN CO.. Oil
F st nw. fail If mi
MONEV TO LO N at the lowest iam oi .iMfc7
on improved and naunpeoved preperty m ta
District ot Columbia, bo delay Iteyond khm
mation of title. ttALTKK II. ACKBK. Wt IJIb
it. nw. lHf
LOANS made on approved esUateral. smth M Ufa
politie-, stocks, bends, btuldrag ancciation
(Iiarej. gndicate certificates, ete . no (May.
YEKh.ES i. UAKEK. 1110 F st. Tafee e4valw.
UONEV TO LON-$I,9ro apvrarx!. at 5 and 3 1.3
per cent on D. C real estate. ftW. $5Kr. etc.
at 0 per cent; all transactions eemfcMtvd wltb
economical consideration for borrewerf.
WILLIAM II. S.UNDERS ft CO.
aplfrtl 1107 F sf nw.
LOANS MDE ON FURNITURE. PIWOS. BTC..""
without pubheity or reroeval. and the day vbu
3K for it. Me have an equitable payment ytan
which greatly reduces the cost of carrying the
loan, and we will give you i year's lime If yotr
want it to pay the same Busines stnetly aeiiS
dential. Please call and conv'nea your-eIf Uut
our rates are the lowest,
WASHINGTON MORTGACS LON CO..
fe3 tf 610 F st. nw.
1 RH.IIT Mareh 2S. 1S8S. 1IRY J., wife f
John N. M rti;ht. r.
Funeral irviM wlH lie heid at iWenae rt n
107 M t northrast. at a a in. haro, Mu ch 3il9
ItcmaiRH carried to italtinwre, vid l-riU ami
relative especially invited to take nottee ami
J. WIX.IaIii.ai LEE.
UN DE I IT aK EH,
332 l'n. Arc N. W.
rirst-clu-si service. Tkoao. 13S3.