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THE EVENING TDIES, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1900
Fra
ill
FROM HENRY EVANS,
938 F Street N. W.,
and
EDWARD STEVENS,
9th and Pa. Ave. N. W., .
Between the Hours of 8
A. M. and io P. JV1. Tues
day, February 6.
5,000 Boxes of Mason's
Health Defenders.
DYSPEPSIA,
CATARRH,
COUGH,
CONSTIPATION,
SORE THROAT,
Five Separate
Remedies, Five
Separate Cures,
for Five Sepa
rate and Distinct
Ailments, Will
Be Given Away
Absolutely Free to All Who Call.
2o Obligations. Come and Get
Either One Remedy or the Whole
Five FREE.
The Most Wonderful Reme
dies Known Today.
It's a Test Distribution.
COME
COME
COME
COME
COME
COME
COME
With the Writhe and
Twist of Dy.spepsia.
With the Melancholy of
Dyspepsia.
With the Depression of
Dyspepsia.
With Your Head Stuffed
Up with Catarrh.
AN ith that Hacking and
Racking Coujjh.
"With the Gripes of Con
stipation. With that Inflamed and
U.ccrated Throat.
Mason's Health Defenders Will
Relieve You in 15 Minutes.
Their
Action is Simply
Marvelous.
These famous Tablets are prepared from
the formulae which made four physicians
famous.
Tta?y are the result of years of prac
tice, and can be laUen with absolute cen
Sdetice by yonnp and old.
The relief they give is prompt, the cure
- the complete is speedy.
Wc propose this free distribution be
cause vc Kb precisely ubat these ex
traordlnar TV lets will do.
Wc call them "extraordinary" because
that's the onl word that describes them.
You may be sure that we would not risk
our business reputation and our future
welfare in these Tablets unless we know
the cure that will get at the scat of the
disease.
They are unlike any other tablets that
you ever heard of.
All that goes into them p make them
strong and sure in the cure of Dyspepsia
tomes from foreign climes, where a large
body of men are engaged by specialists
to collect and combine.
With all their remarkable strength they
are free from such dangerous drugs as
Calomel. Opium, or Aloes.
They cannot fail to do good. Believe us.
If your physician knew what these Tab
lets contain, he would (if he had your
welfare at heart) be the first to recom
mend them to you.
G rlioatd Fiirnnce Cnnxeii n Kire.
An uverliPafd furnace in the losement of the
home of Edward Murphy, No. 2211 M Street north
wot, caun-d a fire about 7:15 o'clock thi morn
ing, which did damage to tlie buildiHg and fur
lutuie to the extent of 200.
Ah Innn't at Xce(iiry.
Coioner Carr was thk morning notified of the
death, without medical attention, of Lcroj Perry
Hunter, eight montlis old, at the home of his
parcrtfg. No. H Pierce Street northwest. An in
juet was decided to be unnecessary.
Tlie AVny of Unman Xntnrc,
(From the Demer Post.)
"1 mppose you swore off on January 1," taij
the man who alwajs docs it.
"No, rir, 1 did not," replied the man who
alwajB done it heretofore. "The fact is I wanted
to quit."
"Well, but that's just wbat I "
"Oh, I know, 1 know," interrupted the man
who hadn't eworo off; "but I hate learned a
thing or two. The surest wa to make a man
want to smoke or drink or do am old thing
is to Fwear off. Ten minutes after the tw ear-off
commences he has an almost irresistible inclina
tion to break it. It's human nature. Now, I
have just made up my mind that 1 don't want
to smoke, but 1 hac also made it clear to myself
that I can if I want to. That relieves the pres
sure and makes it easier for me to refrain. You,
on the contrsrj, have entered into an agree
ment with yourelf posithely not To do it, and
that makes you want to kick yourself for a fool
eery time v.ou think of it, and naturally lessens
your determination."
"Powiblj," said the man who had fworn off,
thoughtfully; "potsibb you are right"
Whooping Cough in Souih Dakota.
It isn't often the "Democrat" takes any
stock in proprietary preparations, but,
having had occasion to use the Chamber
lain's Cough Cure in a recent case of
whooping cough, we found it a most ex
cellent remedy, and one that gives tie
child immediate relief. Being pleasant to
the taste, children do not object to tak
ing it, and It keeps the cough loose, and
if given freely and as directed, there is
practically no danger whatever from the
disease. "Howard, S. D., Democrat."
For sale by Henry Evans, wholesale and
retail, and all druggists.
11AVE YOU Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper Col
cred Spots, Aches, Old Sores, Ulcers in Uouth.
Hair Failles I Write
COOK REMEDY CO.
16E1 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111., for proof! o!
curee. Capital (600,090. We solicit the most ob
Mlnatc. case. We have cured the worst cases io
U to 86 dcrs. 100-pac Book Free.
hllriililiiilM
E
Sharp Advances Begin th the
Opening of the Market.
SiiKfir HollnIiiK nml IlrooUljn Haiitil
TraiiMlt tlie Only Eicoiitinim Ilcna
liiK Stock Htikc Uniiltlly Other
ItnilvvnyH Equally Active Thlrrt
Avenue I.cnu.s the Local Tractions.
NEW YORK, Tob. C The Stock Market con
tinued to advance upon llic opening of burners
tlii! morning. The only conspicuous exceptions
to the crucial tendtney were Supar Refining and
Brooklyn Rapid Transit. Both Hocks fchowed a
considerable amount of pleasure and were o
aetionary. Elsewhere, however, advances that at
tained suMantial proportio.ru were common. The
Reading iucfe rose very rapidly on the announce
ment that the first preferred Ftock was to brgin
the ikijment of dividends at the rate of 3 icr
cent per minum. Norfolk and Western, the
granger nocks, Louu-tillc and Xa-livillc, and
IVntu-vlvania were alo equally ttionjr..
The industrial quarter, uith the exception of
Sugar, was erj t-tcady with sharp advances be
ing made in Steel and Wire., Federal Steel, Peo
ples Gas and American Linseed Oil. Third Ave
nue, in a sharp advance, was the feature of the
ii trac-iinn PTnnti. lmt Manhattan and Metro
politan were also steady. Tiic American market
nt IxMidon was reported exceeding! stiong, but
little was done here for foreign account, and no
articular attention wa- paid to the tendency of
the Londcn dealings.
Xcw Yorlc EtocU ainrvci.
Corrected dally by W. B. Hibbs & Ca,
members of the New York Exchange.
119 P Street.
Open. nigh. low. 2:15
Amcr. Cot. Oil 3ti' MJi U54 Uii
A. S. Wire 58 Mi AS o$H
A S. Wire pfd U f4 Mii !'.
American Sugar IHAs 11S iiS ,C93f
American Tobacco 10U' 107 Mltf KG,','
Atchison MX -'! 20'4 Mh
Atchison pfd C3, V, (3? Kli
B. k O. prd TO,'; .7'i TBH -.74
Baltimore k Ohio G2 Kl1. C1AJ ffJ
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.. 75 "." 75 70H
Chesapeake & Ohio ."" 0s 29 't -
C. C. C & St h VSh, 13', C-?i G-Vi
C. B. k Q ISC UCV 1-5S 1-jt
Chicago & Xaithwertn.. 1G3t 'Oih 1GJ? 1GU
Chicago fias...., Kit'. .IVh lltfl lCSil
C. M. k St Paul.....?. 12JI2t V-3 121
c k. i. & r A., no. no?, no im
Chi. k Great Wcst'n.... 13?, 4-j 3?t' H'i
Consolidated Ga 1S1J ISIS 191& 1SIJ
Con. Totaeeo 'i 347. l.Ti" "Ah
Con. Tobacco pfd t."4 b5." toU Soi
Federal Steel 57.S :' IGJ. 57
Federal Steel pfd 77 77S 77 . 77s,
General Electric Mh 12!l V-'i 128.';
Illinois Central 1 2 1 3 , 112 V 113
Louisville k Nashville.... ?1S MS. Sl Sl?
Metropolitan T'action..'., iTi I'ih i7i 17.)
Maidiattan Elevated t9.S '-G', iSli 5S',
Missouri Pacific 46Ji 47; 4C.V 47',
M. K. & T. pfd UJi SIS 34V 3I
National Lead Co........ 28 23 '.H 27
Kew .Tenet Central 118 U&X 117X USX
New YorC Central ,. 135!,' I36?i 135.',' UO'.
Northern Pacific 4 54V f3t S3',
Northern Pacific pfd...... 75,'i '.Gfi hS "-5,1;
Pacific Mail 43j 3,S i'iH 43
Pcnn. Railroad- 131.S' 134?, Jll.f JS4i
Reading firsts .18 ik 57?, 18
Southern Pacific 4U 40H :Wi 39s
SouUiern Railway 12 US 12.V 12i
Southern Railway pfd lH 57A 5ti?,' 57
Texas Pacific JG?, ,6s, 101, 16?,
Teen. Coal k Iron 10J2, 101', 97 Wi
Tnion Pacitic Sa 4SU 482, 4854
Union Pacific pfd 7Ci 6.7, 6U 7t5?,
L S Uather pfd 'tdi G 7G?i 7tJSi
Wabash pfd Sl 21&i tin 2li
Western Umon Tel....r." 807,' 7 67, i7
Colorado Fuel k Iron.... ibX 48s 47.S 47,',
Leather 17' 11H 16?i 17
The enrlj market today was aggressively strong
with rapid advances in prices all oicr the list
d nj indication of a continuance of the
movement. Ijtttft ?mt!fcor nd severer attack on
Sugar et tlie .price of that- stock to 'the lowest
Iiee jet and caused a sympathetic yielding in
the emite market. It wag difficult to tav what
trw outcome would le, but the bulls were ex
twtwly boiefHl and liought aggress'nely on the
rcaitkn. Super nwy be on its way below par,
d appamifti the ineidrrs are not doing anj
tHne: to prevent, to say the lea't, but there is
hoUiihc in this to cauc the legitimate advance
in ike remainder of tli, market, to top. The
fOBHfliftm buytiij; vat keav today, and it is
aptwrent that the public i almost, if not quite,
red to ltelp the leadej iu a big bull campaign.
Th news of the morning, with the exception of
Pegar gov-ip, wa all Iwpcful and promising in
t4? extreme. A di"idend for Reading, first pre
ferred, for ike firs-l -time in a quarter of a cen
luiy. more hcjvj iner?aes in grns,. earnings, and
a continuance of easy moncj rates Iwing the
feature.
The grs earning of the Southern Railway for
tle first week of Januon jncrcaed $151,009. Tlie
JBeiease for tlie month A $330,900, Sn(j xl0 j.
crease Mncc th ltccinriing of the fi-cJl 3 ear 1,
!)S7,O00. Southern, preferred, LouiilIc and Nsh
ville, and Norfolk and Western, prcftiTed, and
common, were all lmm"ant this morning. Nor
folk, common, advanced to 30 at the opening, and
was well held up during the decline in sym
pathy with Sugar. It is said b people usually
well informed that the liUjing of this stock has
lcen for the crowd thal reccnth was a heavy
purchaser of Pennsj Ivania and Raltimorc and
Ohio securities. TJie ea mints of the company are
the largest in its history.. Louisville and Na'h
ille advanced to SI 7-8, and Southern, preferred,
bed a proportional gain.
Sugai carl in the da held its own fairly well,
but at 11 o'clock it was sold in thousand share
lots and broke quickly to below ill. At the
same time the announcement was made that the
Trust has shut down all it refineries with the
exception of two. Immediately this was taken
by the Street to mean that the independents
hac won in their fight with the Trust, and there
was a wild scramble to go bhort of the stock on
every side. It is difficult to see the outcome,
but it is very evident ,that,,a decline to par, or
helow is among, the possibilities, especially as the
company Itself shows no signs of caring to aitrt
it.
An authority on Sugar matters generally, and
especially on the dealings of the Trust with Con
gress, makes the positive statement that the Trust
has decided to put the price of the stock below
par for the effect on legislation. Tlie "effect on
legislation," which this move may be expected
to have, is of two kinds. Talk of the company
losing money and being unable to pay dividends
may be considered a good cause for refusing to
grant free entry to Porto Rican and Cuban sugar.
And whether it if a good argument or not, Sugar
stock selling below par, when it is promised that
it will soon fell again at 130 or better, is an ex
cellent reason wiry speculative Corgresrtncn should
buy Sugar stock and afterward vote against free
sugar without being bribed.
Third Avenue loomed up several points to 10G
this morning on tlie general understanding that
the company's financial affairs will be btraightcn-
ed tut satisfactorily. The other traction securi
ties held their own but made no advances.
The grangers, and especially St. Paul, advanced
buot.mtly this morning, St Paul went above 123
with a bound and Burlington above 12C. Rock
Island made a small fractional advance, but ap
parently the insiders arc willing to allow this
stock to lag behind somewhat for the moment on
account of the December earnings statement.
Atchison, preferred, went to 64. Gossip regarding
the group is all bulli&h.
Tlie Reading Company has decided to pay a
d,ridcnd at the rate of 3 per cent on the first
preferred stock, the first since 1S7C The expec
tation has been rather for a 4 'per cent rate, but
even the a'ction taken will have a bullish effect
on the stock it is thought. Tlie earnings of the
company are the best in its history. anu there j
every prospect that within" a"short time the ad
ditional 1 per cent will bepaid. .."The J-tock went
above 58 this morning, -,.
The Chicago Gas Company is earning S per cent
and a little more on its stock, and although there
is the usual talk of trouble with the Legislature
and of competition from the Ogden company the
stock (seems inclined to advance in price. It went
as high as 109 this morning.
The Steel stocks were all ftrong, and there, is
every reason to believe that the "advance in them
is not jet over.
Wonhlnirton Stock Exclinnce.
Sales. United States 3's Coupon: $2000
5112 5-8; Washington Loan and Trust,
4159; Washington Gas, 4(055; Chesa
peake and Potomac Telephone, 573, 25
G9; Mergenthaler Linotype, . 20(j?200, 10
199 7-8, 20199 3-4. 10199 7-8, seller 10,
20199 3-4, seller 10, 30J?199 5-8; Ameri
can Graphophone. 10011 1-4; Pneumatic
Gun Carriage, 20022 cents. After call.
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone, 5's,
J5,000104 3-4; Chesapeake and Egtomac
Telephone, 15 69.
GOVEtlNMENT DOND3
Bid.
nsotnot o.i lit.
UM'sino; qj H4V
US4NH lftTi 133 V
UPi'sCllklj. 133?,'
U S 6's O 1WM Q F U2,'
USS'snifOSQF Jt9V(
U'bo'sUniusitU F. J.OV
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BONDS.
Ct KOy.J-T-vcar funding" cold
VsliKJl "Water stosk" currency. ....
",'sllOI "Waterstook" curronj. ....
Fundi:igcurroncyJ.ilVs 117
ik'illvil.-'Wa. ISJJ-1'.UI
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
MetKIlft'a 1W25.: 122V
MetKU Cert Inuobtodnusj A... 112
Met It U Cert Indubtcdncsi II... 112
Columbia lllto's. 1914 120
tolutnbiull It'-'d more 5's lli!J
t,itv JtSuburbau It It
Wash Gus Co, ter A, h's, lPOS-.. 115
Wusb Gas Co. ter II. id, lWl-23.. 115
L h Klec Light Deb Imp, l'J07
L' & I'.lcc Light. Cert lndobc
Cbes ii Pot Toi. 18lo-lUll 101
Chesi 1'otTol. Cou5's lultf
A iu fcco'y Jc Tin s 1 6's. 1V05 U J
Wash Murkot Co lsto'a. ltW-'-iyil. "
7,WXI rctii-edauuuuliy 113
Wash Murkot Co. Imp b's.l'Jki-'J? 113
Wush .Market Co, oxt 0's. l'Jlt-'-T 113
Macule Hall Ass'n a's C 1U0S 108
Amcr U raphophonu l)cu 5's. 1DJ
Aliticostluvv: fotoiuiico's
NATIONAL BANK 8T0CK5
Hank of Washington 3 CO
.Metrojioliuu 51 j
Cciitr.u 173
runncri x M.cchanlcs UO
second 150
Citizens' 150
Columbia itij
Capital 133
West liud. 117
Asked.
n:,Si
J 15?f
131?.
HUK
iio"
llU
118
J1H
131
J 12
lij
102
40J
575
U0
Ir.ulcrj 15
Lincoln 1:3
iAit 1JEPOS11 AND TRUST COMPA.NlEa.
National Sato Douosit x Trust.. 127- 132
usli Loan .V Trust. 158 JliJ,S
Aiucrsouurity A: 1'rust l'Ji 2U0
uau Ult) U)t)UJU -7l!j Ki
INbUltANCE STOCKS.
Firemen Ci ....
Franklin. i0 ....
.uuirupolitau tl jf)
loicorau uj ....
x otunme. 74 ....
Ainnjftou Uti
OcriuuiiAiuericau iu
.National Union Ji ; ,
CoiuuiUM izli -
MKgs . a bh
l'cojdo'b 0 7
Cojuiorclak 4 6
. olouial 100 ....
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKd.
Heal Estate Title M 100
ColumbiuTitlo 4V 5
t usiiiugtou Title 3 ....
Luttuci Title. 3,',' ....
RAILROAD STOCKS.
CapilalTraction ftl'j l
CityiSuburban 25K
Ot-oryctowu jiToiinallytowu.... 15 ....
:AS ANII ELECTBIO LIGHT STOCKS.
Washlnaton Ga? J4?i
Gcorjotown G.i5 55
L s Electric Lijht.
TELEPHONE STOCKa
Chesapeake x Potomac i
Pennsylvania 3S
MISCELLANEOUS STOCER.
Mergenthaler Linotype 1W.S
Lanston ilonotvno 15
70
48
199
li1.
1114
12
3
American tiraphophono
American Graphopnone. pfd
Pnoumutic Gun Carriajfo
Washington Market
Norfolk & Waahinyton
Lincoln Hall
'Ex Dividend
11V
'UK-
13
05
ChicnRo Grain ami Provision Martlet.
Corrected dally by W. B. Hlbba & Co..
members of the New York Exchange
1419 F Street.
Wheat. Open. nigh. Low. J:13
.Mnv 67-,' 673f 17',' 67V
July oS', CS'i-' t7.V G72-,','
Cony.
Mar. SSV1! .-3-,-,-t; 33'," :3
July 13-i ?4 r3ii 33V,V
Oats.
May. 23?,-,'23H T3?, T3?,
July .' S2?, ii, 2iJ.
I'ork.
May. 10.95 11.10 10.9'. 11.07
July 1105 11.12 11.02 11.12
I, A I'D.
Mar. 0.10 015 6 10 C15
July 0..7 0.-.2 C.17 0.22
it ins.
May. 5.95 D.1'7 552 5.S7
July. 5.97 0.00 5.9? 0.0J
New VorU C'tttnn ainrket.
Open. High. Low. Clos.
March 7.15 S.ll 7.81 S 10
May. .7.9t5 J-.l T.fO 8.13
August. 7. SO 8.5 7.9, s.12
October 7.34 7.4. 7 53 7.10
NOTHING FOB DEPOSITORS.
LillioriiiK" IV'uiU- Lone 1I Tlicj
TrtiNtvil to the Spencerx.
HARTFORD, Conn., Feb. C The condi
tion of the two bankb conducted by It. D.
and Robert E. Spencer at Thomsonville
and Hazardville, which closed their doors
last week, became known when the firm's
petition in bankruptcy was filed in the
United States District Court. It shows
liabilities of $105,177.63, and assets of $10,
S24.4S. As the latter are composed chiefly
of paper and accounts due the firm, it is
believed that the 700 depositors will
realize practically nothing.
There was not 1 cent in the banks
at the time of closing, $25.60 deposited in
other banks being all the cash the firm
owned. The depositors are poor neople,
chiefly employed In the carpet mills of
Thomsonville. and the money deposited
was all some of them had in the world.
R. TJ.. Spencer, senior member of theirm,
was formerly a grocer in the town, and
made some $50,000 with which he startd
the business. This has all disappeared in
the venture. The junior partner is his
A BLOODTHIRSTY THTJG.
Iloblicd Him Victim nntl Tlie 11 Delib
erately Killed Hint.
JOLIET, 111., Feb. 6. Three hold-ups
occurred here last night, shortly after 6
o'clock within two blocks of the police sta
tion, and one of the victims, Glyden G.
Gardner, a street car conductor recently
married, was fatally shot.
After taking all of Gardner's money and
valuables one of the thugs deliberately
shot him in the stomach. Bloodhounds
from Morris have been sent for and the
citizens are talking of lynching the thugs
If caught.
DIeil of Henrt DlMenxe.
Miss Lydla Lindsay, sixty years old, a
clerk in the Dead Letter Office of the Post
Office Department, while going to the of
fice this" morning dropped dead in front of
514 M Street northwest. An ambulance
took the deceased to the Emergency Hos
pital, where the doctors declared tfiat she
died' from heart disease.
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THE TRIAL OF ILIiOI
The Prisoner's Counsel Presents No
. Testimony In Defence.
Attorney "Weeks 3Ivoh Tlint tlie
State Xiime Kk Point, unil That die
Cane lie I)iKinfMeI on tlie Kviilcnee.
'Phone Motion Denied; He ItcxtM 011
Stories of Prosecution' "WitucHNCH.
NEW YORK, Feb. 6. The defence In the
case of Roland B. Molineux rested this
morning on the prosecution's evidence. No
witnesses were called. TheTJeople closed
yesterday at noon, and wien, Jhe case was
adjourned until today it was ekpected that
Bartow S. Weeks, of counsel' for tho ac
cused man, would spend The entire day in
opening the case for thd. defence. Great
was the surprise, therefore, vVhen the trial
was resumed at 10:30 o'clock, this morn
ing and Mr. Weeks arose and announced
that he would call no witnesses.
He asked, first, that tjie Indictment be
read. This was done. He then moved that
(he prosecution be called on to name the
point which it wished the jury to consider
in the case. The motion was overruled.
The lawyer then moved that the case be
dismisped on the ground that the evidence
was entirely insufficient. Recorder Goff
promptly denied the motion.
"The defence rests," said Mr. Weeks.
"We are willing to let the case go to the
Jury on the evidence submitted'by the pros
ecution." THE GRAND ARMY BANQUET.
Delecnten Honor Cominnnder-ln-Chtef
Sliaiv.
The delegates to the Thirty-second
Annual Encampment of the Department of
the Potomac, G. A. R., gave a banquet at
the Ebbitt House last evening in honor of
the Commander-in-Chief, Albert D, Shaw.
The banquet hall was festooned with flags
and banks of roses, and tulips adorned
each table. Schroeder's Orchestra dis
coursed a choice musical programme dur
ing the evening. Department Comnuinder
Thomas S. Hopkins acted as toastmaster.
The first speaker introduced was Sena
tor John M. Thurbton, who in his speech
paid a high tribute to the veterans of the
war, and lauded President McKinley and
the Administration with reference to the
policy in regard to the Philippines. The
speech of the evening was delivered by
the guest of honor, Albert D. Shaw, the
Commander-in-Chief of the G. A. R.
About 150 people were present, among
them being Gen. Xelson A. Miles, Col. Al
len C. -Rakewell, Senator Thurston, Com
mander Farnsvvorth, Commander-in-Chief
Shaw, Chaplain Black. Major X. M. Brooks.
Secretary James F Wilson, Gen. Harrison
Grey Otis, Judge Shellenberger, Past Commander-in-Chief
S. S. Burd,ette, Comman
der Hendricks, Gen. Frank D. Sloat, Capt.
W. H. Michael, Mr. Ricketts, Mr. Bryan,
Capt. William Gibson, Representative
Charles Curtis, Post Commander George
M. Corson, Major Thomas . Hopkins.
Representative Littlefleld, Postmaster
Merrltt, ' Past Commander Col. M.
T. Anderson, Department Commander
Xew York; Joseph W. Kay, Past
Commanders S. E. Faunce, Represen
tative Southard, Mr. W. E. Andrews, Hen
ry A. Castle, .Major L. P. Williams, Judge
Crumpacker, Judge Cole. Judge Barnard,
Deputy Commissioner of Pensiqns Daven
port, James Young, Capt. A. M. Legg,
Judge Kimball, Major Nathan Bcckford,
General Hastings, Captain Vanderhoef,
George Davis, L. K. Brown, A. F. Dins
more. Representative Washington Gardi
ner, Representative W. Alden Smith. Rep
resentative S. W. Smith, Col. Charles P.
Lincoln, Lieutenant Colonel Baldwin,
Fourth Infantry: Binger Hermann, A.
Hart, Capt. Gilbert X. Husted, Major Ja
cob Donaldson, R. " W. ShappslT
Dr. Smyth, Dominic I. Murphy,
Corporal James Tanner, A. M. Stewart,
Captain Cutler, Mr- Purman. Frank Howe.
George H. Patterson, J. Tyler Powell, L.
M. Kelly, Charles Loefller. John McElroy.
H. L. Johnson, Comrades Goodacre. Black,
Eldrldge, Brust. Burgler. Hayes. Grun
weld, J. W. Fletcher, Cc-lOWel Dewees,
Comrades Wilbur, Boyd, Garrison, G. H.
Slavbaugh. George E. Davis, W.
II. Norton, Major A. H. C. Rich
ardson, B. F. Chase, Andrew
Geddes, J. F. Fitzpatrick, James A.
Tanner, Patrick "O'Farrell, John F. Scan
Ian, Chicago; Dr. Charlei S. Herson, E. W.
Oyster, Charles E. Littlefleld, M. H. Bum
phrey, Frank A. Butts. Charles E. Hartung,
A. C. Irvine, X. N. McCullagh, R. E. Grant.
E. C. Johnston, William H. Myers. Dr.
Lawrence Wilson, W. A. Hutchins, J. II.
Cummings, A. H. Condict, E. A. Curry,
Robert Armour, J. B. Lambie, Dr. W. F.
Corey, H. P. Springer. Charles M. Robin
son, W. H. Peck, Peter McGirr, J. R. Mc
Kelvey, B. W. Bouney, and II. T. Johns.
JEFFRIES-CORBETT MILL.
Tlie l'njrlllMth Have DIHlcnlty In Se
lecting: n Hnttlecrouml.
XEW YORK, Feb. 6. Should George
Considine cling to the statement which he
made after a meeting with Bill Brady, at
the latter's office, there Is danger of the
contest between Jim Jeffries and Jim Cor
bett being declared off. Considine does
not want his man to fight In California,
while on the other hand Brady prefers the
Pacilic Coast to any other locality. When
the bids were opened on last ThuisJay
night by Al Smith, both Considine and
Brady were unable to asree on some of
the offers received. The two best bids
came from the Carnival Company and the
National Athletic Club, of San Francisco.
When Considine and Urady met the ie end
time the latter had in his possession a
telegram from J. D. Gibbs. the head of the
National Club, to the effect that his club
mates would agree to increase their origi
nal offer to 75 per cent of the receipts.
Brady also admitted that the bid which he
made for the fight, which was 66 2-3 per
cent of the gross receipts, and which was
accompanied by a certified check for ?2,
500, was in the interest of a 'club in San
Francisco. Brady further said that he is
one of the stockholders in the organiza
tion. Considine thought that the .offers of
the Broadway and Seaside Clubs, wbi'h
were 60 per cent, respectively, were the
best. Then be made the following state
ment: "Under no circumstances will Corbett
fight at San Francisco. The East is good
enough for us, and we can get more money
here than elsewhere. The Carnival Com
pany does not exist, and the other bids
from San Francisco were put In simply to
induce Corbett to go West and fight in that
city. The fight will have to take place In
the East or nowhere. That's all there is
to it."
Brady said that if the pugilists make
up their minds to accept the club's offer,
he: will Increase his forfeit of $2,500 to'
$5,000, and let the same go to the men
if he fails to pull off the mill. Brady and
Considine will have another meeting and
try to select a battle ground.
WEAK MEN
Havifvnii read mv little
book, Thrce Classes of
Men?" If .not, write for
same, li t sent in plain,
sealed envelope free on re
quest, and embodies the
truths'! have learned from
30 years' experience. It
tells of my famous DK.
SANDEtT ELECTRIC
BELT, with electric sus
pensory, trie" 'world's great
est home self-treatment for
.11 siilW nf Y'nlltlifnl
errors, etc., such as Drains, Losses, Impotency,
Lame Back and Varicocele. Wbrrf at night, it gives
strength while you sleep. No stomach-wrecking
drugi. 7,000 cured in 1S99. WriteTor book to-day.
I answer all letters personally, or the belt can bo
CAiiiuuru ai ray umct - .. . .... I
Dr. M.G.SAlfoEN,826,Bdvpy.;2ewYork, N.Y.J
"Jtiiaoi m
FINANCIAL.
Is Wheat Going Up
A mall boy, after critically surveying the new
luliy, rcmarkid to his mother: "He's got no
teeth and no hair! He's grandfather's little
brother, isn't he, mother?"
XX'heat looks like "CrjckerjackV little brother
today, but what most people want to know U,
XX ill tlie strength last? Our only reply to this is
that wheat lu always proved to be a purchase
when bought below 70c, but
We Don't Know
How Inner J'ou will have to wait before you can
fell out at a profit. The wheat records for 47
ycjrs show- that, with one exception', wheat has
been above fil cents a bushel every vear. If you
buy wheat at OS ccttls aud sell it out at 78 ccnU
you nuke 10 cents a bushel. On 1,000 bushels
this would be $100.00 profit; on 5,000 bushels
this would be $500.00 profit. $25.00 will margin
1,000 bushel ii points below the purchase price,
which wc think will le all the margin neces
sary, tee our free book.
Howards Grosby& Co
Confess St., Boston,
Chestnut St., Plula..
all St.. New York.
A. J. Swan & Co.,
STOCK BROKERS,
S. E Cor. 7th Street and Pa. Avenue.
FAST-WIRE QUOTATIONS.
QUICK SERVICE.
FRACTIONAL LOTS.
WE PAY WAR TAX.
'lMionc 2202.
HirriaoD DJngman.
A. a Jeakini.
DINGMAN & JENKINS.
BROKERS
Atlantic Building, 930 F St.
QUOTATIONS
by fast
w ire.
Quick Service. Small Mftrslna
'l'limie 1770. Fractional Lots.
613 15th St N. Y. Office 61 Broadway
Sliiclis. drain, Cotton, I'rov Ision.
311 active -tocks carried on margins of one or
more points. Direct connections with exchanges
continuous ouutation?.
OlDces in print ipal Eastern cities. References,
mercantile jgencies, and Lowery Banking Co., At
lanta. Iel-tf
Carley, Roseugarten & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
!D BROAD ST., NEW YORE.
Bonds, Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Provisions
WASHINGTON OFFICE.
1421 F Street N. W.
W.
B. H1BB5 &
CO.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Member New York Stock Exchange,
1 41 9 F Street.
Corrupondect) el
LADEMIDRO, TIIALMAXX A CO
New York.
floney to Loan
At 4 and 5 per cent
ON "REAL ESTATE IN D. a
SO DELAY BEYOND EXAMINATION OF TTTLl
WALTER U. ACKER,
Kll-tf 704 lth ST. N. W.
Forrest B. Wood,
Banker and Broker,
1335 F St. Upstair.
Stocks, Grain, Cotton.
Sen ice Perfect. 'Phone 1525.
Lappin & Davis,
STOCK BROKERS,
529 Seventh St. N. W., S. E. Cor. F,
Telephone 1781.
ITe bite ertry facility for the fjulck execution
of orders in itocLs and praln. Small and large
lota receive equal attention. noW-ti.em
MONET AT
4 and 5 Per Cent.
JTrotcpt) Lctoed en Beil Estate In District ol
Columbia.
DE1SKELL & aicLERAS,
1008 F Street. oc&-it
wall rAJ'nit.
WITH Ooebcl dirur. and Tjylor adjourning the
Legislature, the political atmosphere in Ken
tucky is am thine but clear. Tiiincs are running
along- all right here. We're busy as can be
papering rooms with our ncn, stylish paper, for
S2 up. NOL.TK, S10 9th st. No branch. fe3-tf
FOR SALE TYPEWRITERS.
FOM SALE Remington, Den'more, and Calla
graph tvpewriters at greatly reduced prices.
LABOFISII, 717 9th st. mv. fc4-7t
MORPHINE
We will send anyone addicte.
Morphine, Laadanuai,
Kan j Homo
Cure.
Palnlean.
Permanent
Icted to Opium,
n. or other drut
of the nioM remarkable remedy ever discovered. Contain
Crest Vital Principle.. heretofore unknown. Re.
fr-nctory Case solicited. ConndentUt correspondence
Invited from all, especially Pb TNlclana. ST. JAMES
SOCIETY, i3i BROvDWAY. NEW YORK.
-H-M"K"M 'K : I I I I III I H I I I'
Science at a Standstill. !
?
Electric light is the most brillliant .J.
and best light that is known to science A
and one that cannot be improved on. Have JL
it light your home. It gives out a steady, JL
vvhite light that never varies in power, A
and is not expensive. 'Phone 1877 for 4
particulars as to cost, etc. We furnish 4"
tlie current.
C. S. Electric LIsbtlnr Co. T
Potomac Electric Power Co. X
i 1 A 1 A A .14 A r
W. L DOUGLAS $3.50 SHOE.
UNION HADE.
My Washington store. 1013' Pa. -ave. nw.
A MiHnji-irelieimloii.
(From the Detroit Free Prcsp.)
The tall lunn came into the room, dangling a
newspaper in hi-, right hand. He approached a
little group at theendof the counter. "I won
der," he said, ""if Shy of you gentlemen can tell
me anv thing 'about Spinoza?"
Instantly a fat man with a red nope, and wear
ing vocal garments, detached himself from the
others, and taking the questioner's arm, said: "I
can, sir. I can tell yoiTall'you want to know.
Wc ship it in quarts or gallons bottles five ccnta
a gallon in "quantities securely packed delivered
at jour door guaranteed against, breakage pay
for it only after you've given it a thorough test
how much?"
As he proceeded the Stranger's face liad taken
on a look of wonder.
"Look here," he said, "what's all that got to
do With Spinozai"
"Spin what?"
"Sipnoza"
"Oh, beg pardon thought you said Spinola
thought you meant our new table litiiia water
Tin State agent sorry on me nhat'll you
have?"
The tall nfiTn was not thirsty. He passed cut
into tlie clear store to ask tho fellow in there
if be knew anything about Spinoza.
BANKS AND TIICST COMPANIES.
Union Trust and
Storage Company
of the District of Columbia. l
Temporary Offices Corner ltth and F Sts. K.XV.
Capful Stock, .1, 200,000.00.
Thw company U prepjred to undertake all
trust buiines, "will take charge of estate, pre
pare wilh, and act a Kxecntor, administrator.
Trustee, Ileceivtr, As-ijrnee, Committee of the es
tate of a minor, and any other kindred office.
l.o J ra will be made on real relate and other
approved securities at current rales of interest.
The company will also jet as trustee and
register for other corporations.
This company is aIo chartered to do a general
storage btviiief, and i;i about to erect suitable
buildings for warehouse purposes, for the storage
of goods and valuables, and for cold storage.
OFFICERS:
EDXX'Ani) J. STEUAVAfJKN. President.
JAMES O. 1'AYNK, Firt ice President.
GKORCK E. HAMILTON. Second X'iec Presi
dent, Attorney, and Trnrt Officer.
OEOR(;K E FLKMINO". Secretary.
CHARLES S. URADLKY, Treasurer.
fcC-tt ,
THK
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OF WABHINOTON, D. O.
Capital, $500,000.
EXCHANGE 05
CXCLAND, IRELAND. FRANCE AND QERUAN1
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PASTS.
BANK COLLECTIONS.
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS,
" STOCKS AND BONDS. ap21-B
S2.50 css than ' cm: S2-50
Per a day- Per
Year. ASafe Deposit Bax. Year.
Washington Safe Deposit Co.,
916-918 Pa. Ave
Open to 4:30 p m and Saturtliji to 3 p. rm.
ij25-ljT-eni
BlOXnV WAXTKD A.VD.TO LOA.V.
The Columbia
Guarantee Company,
Is the cheapest place to borrcr money an House
hold Furniture, Pianos, etc. No remoraL Bui
cer confidential.
Columbia Guarantee Company,
613 V St. n. v.
JT-tf
Money to Loan
ON
Household Furiiiture,Pianos,8lc.
If you are In need of money, we desire to In
form you of our new method. We can secure you
a loan on an ray monthly payment plan, at less
cost than ever before and below the nte of any
other company in the city. You can pay in full
at any time after the loan Is secured, ind it will
only cost you for such time as you have had tha
money. Our business i strictly private, and all
applications are treated confidentially. If you
hive a loan with any other concern you can se
cure, a loan through us to pay ,t and get mora
money if deelred. It will pay you to csll and
cs before going elsewhere. We are ready at any
and all times during offlr- hours to give'iciorma
tion concerning our bjiccss methods, and you
will receive courteous treatment.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.,
apl3-tf 602 F St. N. W.
and upwards made
on FURXITTOR,
PIANOS, HORSES,
Loans of
Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and on th day
you apply. Wo are loaning on the Building: nd
Lean Association plan, which makes the C03t of
carrying loans much less than you pay lst
where and allows jou to pay it o3 ia any sized
notes you desire, running from one to twelve
months. You only pay for the uss of money for
the length of time you carry It. If you have a
lean with some other company we will pay It
off and advance you more money if desired. Ratei
cheerfully given and no cost to you unlu loan
Is mad. Loanj made anywhere In the District.
Call and get rates. Front room, first floor. Sci
entific American Buildifc?.
National Mortgage Loan Co
6V!5 F Street N. W.
nc6-ti
MONEY TO LOAN
-ox-Household
Furniture,
PIAXOS, ETC., without removal from yoor po
sesslon, or on warehouse receipts. Any amount
from $10 up on long or short time and at lowest
rates of interest. We are the only properly-or-Sanlzed
loan company, and it will pay you to ne
gotiate a loan through us. No trouble,, delay,
or publicity. Offices private Loans mads ia
any part of the citv.
SECURITY LOAN COMPANY
Room 1. Warder Building.
Corner Ninth and F Streets N W.
MONEY $50,000 MONEY
To loan on furniture, pianos, etc.. without re
moval or.publ'clty and the day you ask for it.
We will loan any amount making time and pay
ments to suit, giving one month or one year as
you desire, nd at rates that yott can afford tr
pay. If you now have a loan with any other
company and desire more money, give us a calL
Wll as cheerfully mate a flO loan as ?100, and
no charge cr expense if loan is not made. Always
ready and wllLnjr lo give Information regarding
rales sud methods to secure loan. We are the
eldest loan company In the city, and will give
you honest treatment. All business strictly con
BdeatlaL Private offices.
Washington Mortgage Loan Co.,
610 F Street N.W.
HONEY TO LOAN at Si. Si, 4, and 1 per
cent, in rums of $1,000 to $10,000 on D. a
real estate; pay off 5 and 6 per cent mortgages
and begin anew; all transactions conducted with
economical consideration for borrower. WM. IL
SAUNDERS k CO.. U07 F at. nw. jyl-tf-em
A. GFXTLEM X financiallv embarrawil wishes to
borrow 'jl.'iO for 30 djvs on first-class cilt-edgc
security will pay ?50 for u.-c of mony. Address
BOX 507, this office. fej'3t
WVVTFD Br fiovernment clert. loan of $100,
to be repaid in monthly iniullments. Ad
rlresg BOX 562. this office. leiSt
MONEY loaned salaried peopie and retail mer
chants upon their own narrtes, without security-
easy payments. TOLMAN. Room 43. 003-
814 Q st. oc22-lyr
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED COLLAT-
EBAL- No delay. CHARLES A. BAKER.
Booms 40 and 14, Metzerott Buildiny, 1110 P st.
Iel2-tt
FOR EXCHANGE HOUSES.
"1 SELL HOUSES."
WSI. E. SHANXOXw 1410 G St.. Ames Building.
Ial8-tf Telephone 437.
WHEN IN DOUBT, TRY
y
Ttimt have
r,nnt ill l.ltnlvMrC.
nmA lni' nirrrt thousands of
cases of Nervous Diseases, such
asDebiIity,Diz2tness Sleepless
ness and Varicocele Atrophy.&c
They dear Ac brainstrengthen
i .:.tti,i,n mlrft rlitrestion
perfect, and impars a aw""
vigor to the whole being. AU
'" iiw --v w . ... tt-i-c. natients
l drains aim w.-" r .
SfrOngAgain, ifrprorcri?curedVrconai
Uon often worries tbea Into Insanity Constimp
tior or Death. Mailed sealed. Pnc4 r per box.
6 boxes, with Iron-clad legal guarantee tocure or
refund the money. 5-'-.?,?,nn nf 7 n
Address PEAL MEDICINE CO:, Cleveland, 0.
For sale bv Acker & .llHUk, l'Pa. ave. nw,
,d Ednard" Stevens, OtU and Pa. ave. nw.
SAJMPbUi
v. J f
AJIUSEME.VrS.
GRAND
THE MOST POPU
LAR. THEATRE.
THE GREATESI
POLITE VAUDEVILLE BILL
GEO. 1VILSOV. FILSON & ERROL. PXTHICE.
A,riUAL Al s"m"'"'- M,'f-E. AIMEE. BOY MARVEL
IIooras;!ng k UEsmN'- AXI
mS,25c. 15.25 and 50c.
ALL RESERVED.
WASHINGTON'S .'
LEADING THEATRE
Evenings a S.13. Popular Mat. Thursday, 30c.
3IAT. SAT 25c. COc, 73c, and ?! 00.
WILLIE COLLIER,
IN HIS OXV NEAV COMEDY,
"Mr. Smooth"
NEXT WEEK. SEATS TIURDY, f
Ltebler & Co. Present J
Sarah Cowell Leffloyne,
in a New Play, Entitled,
"THE GREATEST THING IN THE WORLD."
Two "Musicales
-by-
Miss Mildred Carter
TUESDAY, February 6, 11 to 12 a. m., ar
MONDAY. February 12, 11 to 12 a. m..
By kind permission at the house ot
MRS. ST1LSON HUTCHINS,
No. 1008 Massachusetts Are.
Course Ticketj - $,69.
To be had from Miss Carter,
911 SPRITE ST., PHILA.
ft-3t
Kernan's. 3":
Tammany Tigers.
McGovern-Dixon Fight.
"ULLF PACLA.
Frr.m f.je .Vfiiarium, London.
Nest Week- New 'i.jrk Vaudeville tjf.
Tecture
BY -'
LEON H VINCEiNT
FOR
THE" FOLNDLINCS SUMMER HOMB.
At the Skorelum. loth and II Streets
VVKnXESDAi . FEB. 7. at II e'esk a. at.
Subject, "BABBIE NO TUB NBW v( ijffCII
SCHOOL."
Admission At the tror, 50 cents. It
Entertainment anil I;i;!rj:f ji.
The Hails the Ancients
1312-14-16-18 New York Ave.
For Promotion of
National Galleries.
Illustrate Egyptian, Assyrian, Roman, and Sa
racenic Art. Architecture. Manners, and Customs.
In the evening there will be a lecture lxfr
the Panorama (50 ft. by 11 It ) of Rome in the
time of Constantine, or Stereopticon "displays f
the Crandeur of Ancient Architecture, with de
signs for National Galleries of History and Art.
Visitors in the evening- will reeeive gratis return
tickets for explanations uf the Halls the nest day
at 11 a. m. or 4 p. m.
Model Turkish and
Russian Baths
IN THE LAFUETTE SQUARE OPERA HOUSE
fel-tf The finest in the United States.
THE COLD WAVE
Brings coughs and cIds. They yield qujc.I
to Chr. Sander's MeLi-ton.
A IL.IJ CHERRY CORDIAL.
Fully amalgamated during years of storage.
Of delicious flavor.
CHR. XANDER. fMK Seventh t.
'Phone 1425. Xo branch booses.
For Mount Vernon,
Alexandria, and Arlington.
Electric trains, station UH st. and Pa. are. Fat
lit. Vernon every hour, from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
For Alexandria and Arlington See schedule.
BOUND TRIP to Mt. Vernon, 60c Bound tn'7
to Alexandria, 25c. Round trip to Arlington. 20c
Bound trip t Mt. Vernoa, Including Arlingtoa
and Alexandria. 60c
Waab.. Alexandria .t Mt. Vernon Itr.
Uncle Sam Don't Wear
- '" "v s Truss, but he carries the AIj
f Cushion Tnia ail over the United
w State, ileu. women, and chudrea
tear and like them. The Vir Cushion Pad holds
with comfort; nothing eUe wiU. Consultation
and two weeks' trial Iree. Offlce. parlors, wait,
ing and consultation rooms on the same Soar.
Catalogue free. THE RUHICK AIR CISUION
TRUSS COMPANY. 1224 F t nw.. Id 8wr
MADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS PCITrVELY CUBE
jmm'ervous Itweatt t ailing jMemr
or7, ImpotencT, Sleepleaanass, eta. caused
by Abase or other Excesees and Indlr
cretlona. Their quickly and turtly
nutore Lost Vitality in old or roans, and
fitamanforttsdr, basinesa or marriage.
Prsrsnt Invani.T and ConsomDtion it
taken in timet. Their ue ithcwi irnmediats improve
ment and enacts a VUllti wbera all ctner rail in
sist upon baring the genuine Ajax. Tablets. Thej
hare cared thousands and wiilcareroo- Wegive apca
itira written guarantee to offset a care CA HTC ia
each case or refund the doner. Price WW vl Wiper
packsee; or six ptsss (full treatment) for $2X0. By
trAiL, fa plain wrapner. upon receipt ot price, rlrcnlar
AJAX REMEDY CO., '?
For sale in Wadiing'on, D. C, bv 1-dward
Steveno. 9th ami Pa ave E.lmonds & WiTtiim.
3d and Pa. ave R L EH. t 1017 M t r.w , and
W. O. Duckett,21jO Pa. ave, Druggit.
MAKE PERFECT MEN
DOSOTDEMPAIK! Ponotsur
fer linger The loys and ambition of
life can berr.toredto you. Tne Try
werstearorrPTOU PtPjJ'Jyr
absolutelv cr.rei! by FERFKCTO
TABLtTS. Give prompt relief to in
.niHtiii taiUntr m,mnrr and the waste
and drain or vital poVera. Incurred by
iniu.M,iiin, np.iivM0t earlT vcarp.
Imnmrt risor and potency to vrrj funo
tlon. Brace up th system. U ire SSv bloom to tne
checks andlaatre to'tbe ey fiyoumtorQia.
One SOc box renews vital energy lfJ 8 boxes as
j.tOaeomplete guaranteed cure JTUf or money re
funded. Can be carried in rest f pocket. Sold
Terywhere.or mailed in plain wrapper on receipt of
price by THE riRTKLTO CO., laxtaa Kdx., Cklcigv, III.
SHAENS PHvnsnCY. Oth & Pa. ave., and
HENRY EVANS. 033 F st.
WEAK MEN!
Instant Relief. Cure In IS Day. Kerer returns. IwlQ
rladly sand to any sufferer In a plain sealed envelope
FREE a prescription with tall directions for a quick,
nitrate eure for Lost Manhaod, Night Losses, Xerroua
Debility. Small Weak Parta, Varicocele, ele. Address
G. B. Wrif ht Music Dealer. Boy 1437, Marshall, aicJh
FOR MEN.
Men fiom twenty to fightj ytars of age, suffer
lag from any weaknesies, will rejoice to lesra
that at but they can 'obtain at a reasonabl
nrke. remedies that will cure.
Their attention is here directed to two genuine
petrifies that will produce effects exactly as repre-
ir'innDIMP Invirjorates. restores lost pow
VloUullir. .r, cures impotency. enlarges
ihrunlen parts, incriases desire, insures proper
relations, ttc . etc.
V I T A I INF Stop all drains and los'es. nn-
VI I HLII'l- nuttiral de?nes, bad dreams, and
bad hablls that destroy both the mind and body.
Restoration complete.
These are actual results, and not promises
made for profit. Ntl case too bad for
treatment.
The prie is within reach of all. and the results
are lastii.tr. not merely a temporary relief. Sold
bv UrucKisIs everywhere. t
"it your druBjrUt has not cot It. write or call atV
II03IH CI'IIB CO:.
715 mtli St. N. W AVaslJ., t. C.
de;.tu,th,iat,Su-tf
A
r-W'gA6.jaC-iJ'gai fcgf eSV-eSaA? -At-5i64i6fr 3&&-fe&
i. Si. ,-:..
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