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THE EVENING TDIES, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MARGE 24. 1900.
ANIMATION IN TRADING
The Stock Market Resumes Its Up
ward Course.
The nailay List Lend In tlie Ojie-
"rntlonK, MnkltiRT Many Sulmtunllnl
.Advance I.ocnl Traction Slinpen
ComiiaratHcly Ilenvy, OcenpyliiK
an InconiiIcnonn Plnce In Dealt.
NEW YORK, March 24. The Stock Mar
ket 'resumed its upward course today, and
he trading was marked by pronounced
snap and animation. The railway list
again led the market in all respects. There
wore substantial advances In Pennsylva
nia, Baltimore and Ohio, the Pacific stocks,
the granger shares, and, in fact, in all tie
standard issues. Rumors that the Penn
sylvania was acquiring a substantial in
terest in Norfolk and Western were again
persistently circulated.
The local traction shares were compara
tively heavy, and, along with the industri
als, wore not conspicuous in the day's
market. At the same time, the strength
of the railway list extended In a measure
to othor quarteis of the market by induc
ing the covering of short contracts. In a
general way, the trading was governed by
the considerations which have engaged attention-
during the week. The London
market also had a decidedly improIng
tone today, American stocks Wing qujted
at sharp advances. London houses te
tumed their buying of stocks in these mar
kets in considerable volume.
There was very little definite informa
tion bearing upon particular stocks, and
no news of general importance developed
over night.
New York Mock Market.
Corrected .daily by W. B. Hibbs &
rnombers of the New York Exchange,
F Street.
Open. High. Low.
Aim. Cwt. Oil 3' 34 SI
Awwtiwn S. .& W 55 -"GJi 552
Amertwm Sngar 105 10G 1043,
American Tbaeee K7?s IDS I 7J
AtJlisn ., liTJ "."" '&?
AHMm tTd OGU 70?4 toy
B.W& O.... 'i "C, 74'
1$. & O. pM .'.. t0 fVi SOH
BredWyii 'UapW Transit.. CS CO 67 V
QhafaiH-aW & Ohis 30 3t 30
C a. c. & st. l ci w c:
timwgo, & Q i-s U8. vr,i
OMosgo Gas W J00AJ 99
C M. k St. Pa1 ltSJi 113 V 122?,
QkL, R. I. A: Pacific 11I.S 112? .11.
(Mb. & Orat Wester.... 11 14 13.
Consolidated Gag ISiV tf J82"i
?ttinontal T.tbaeco !K 34,'. 31'
oWtnental Tsbaoeo pfd.. 5 tD.S 5
1'edewd Steel 60 5bi ."0
Federal Steel pfd 73J, 'b 75V
General Electric I'-'O,'. Ibl I2'.
IMneis GeHtral l4?i 115 114".
LeisiHe & Nashville.... 4U' tbh H
MrtwjHtn Traction Ut 14J IC2
Manhattan Elevated Vl K?i V4.S
Mistomi Paotfc 187. 48-,
II. K. A. T. ild .4, 34. ..4.S
Now Jersey Central I17.K li;w H7.S
New Y4. Centra! IJi,' JH7 SJ3
Kwrttxrn Pacific 6,V "7'i 6.
NAki Pad be p4d 75'4 76 .S i5S
Pacific Mart 7 oiV o7
l'ewi. Raflrwad Ufc'i 4J lt8
Heading torjt" U f6? 5J
fcouthern Paeitic ? 40H i9-.
cttiera Itaitu-uy i', ij, ,43,
t'tithiTU Kailway p4d V't .lt IV
Tojras PaciSc ITS t!h 17.t
Tenn. Otwt A: Iron MS 14?4 di,
Union i'aeinc 54 j4? t4
Unteo Pauihc pfd 5.'. .0 ;,"i
U. is. IirtH- pfd 74 74 i
Wabash pfd 2U4 -2.'i 2l.S
sn L'Nten T4 t4 M 4
U- t 1 8h ,0 i8
V. S. Lraiber , jj, u
Co..
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117
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There is more and bettor buying in the
market thsn for any time in the past year,
or since the big advance in prices of Jan
uary, 1S68. There is a very large short
interest in the market still uncovered.
Money is easy, and is sure to be easier
bofore there is any tightness. The last
of the poor bank statements was succeed
ed today by a showing of a large increase
in roserve. Prices, although the highest
on record in many securities, are still
comparatively low in many of the standard
issues. The6e are the technical matters
Which promise a continuance of the fine
boera of prices that has taken place dur
ing the past two weeks. The intrinsic
conditions are perhaps, on the whole, bet
tor, niarkei-wibe, than they have ever been
before in the history of the exchange.
Earnings, both in the railways and in the
Industrial companies, are record-breaking.
Total dividends on the entire railway list
are larger than ever before. The promise
for the future is for more than a continu
ance of the present prosperity. London is
a heavy buyer of American securities, and
in the past two weeks has taken hundreds
of thousands of shares, it is estimated.
The outlook is certainly good for higher
prices all along the line next week. A
high opening should be looked for on Mon
day, and it Is not impossible that a reces
sion may follow on realizing sales. Later
the steady advance should begin again.
The closing prices today were the best of
the week, and of the year In a large part
of the railway list, and the highest on rec
ord on many of the low-pricer securities.
The bank statement exceeded the hopes
of the most optimistic, with an increase of
more that $3,000,000 in reserves and only
a small loss of cash. The figures are as
follows: Reserves increased $3.130,S75,
loans decreased $12,560,700, speceie de
creased Jl.030.700, legals increased $670,
000. deposits decreased $13,946,300. circula
tion increased $319,300. The losses to the
sub-Treasury were small, if they were not
entirely wiped out before the figures -were
made up. The How of gold to the interior
also almost ceased. The great decrease in
loans again changed the complexion of the
statement from bad to good, as it did last
week.
Baltimore and Ohio, preferred and com
mon, were again the feature of the mar
ket, as they have been on nearly every
flay this week. They both made new high
price records again, the common at 76 7-8
and the preferred at SI 3-4. These sto:ks
continue to advance, although perhaps a
large majority of the careful people in the
Street have believed for some time that
the common, especially, is too high in.
trinsically. These people are coming
around to the view that the insiders must
know of a 2 or 2 1-2 per cent dividend
to be declared for the half year. There
have been stories of such a dividend for
several days, but they have been put down
for the most part to the credit of a
speculative clique. A 5 per cent dividend
rate, or even a 4 per cent rate on the
common stock, would undoubtedly make
the stock worth more than its present
price.
The other trunk line securities were slso
active and buoyant. Both Pennsylvania
and New York Central are fulfilling the
predictions of their friends in a most sat-
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The Pyramid Pile, Cure is a success be
cause It has the merit which brings suc
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cures them to stay cured. It is now the
most popular and best known pile remedy
before the public, and one reason for Its
great popularity is because it has taken
the place of surgical operations, once con
sidered the only sure cure.
People often wonder that so simple a
remedy will so promptly cure such an
obstinate trouble "as piles are well known
to be. Yet the greatest remedies and
greatest Inventions we have arc the sim
blest, and the fact that it does cure is all
the sufferer from piles wants to know.
The Pyramid Pile Cure cures piles in
any stage of the disease as shown by the
following testimonial letters which are
published every week and new cases le
ported each time:
From George C. Geick, Owens Mill, Mo.:
Some time ago I bought a package of
Pyramid Pile Cure for my wife who had
suffered very much. The .first trial did her
more good than anyihing she had ever
tried. It is just as represented.
From Richard Loan. Whipple, Ohio: I
' have used the Pyramid and am entirely
pleased and satisfied with results. It does
the work and no mistake.
Mr. W. R. Hines, of Magnolia, Ark.,
says: Although I have used the Pyramid
t Pile Cure only a very Ehort time, yet it
i has been very beneficial to me.
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' I received the Pyramid Pile Cure, but put
off using it until last week, when I be
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Tho proprietors of this remedy could
publish columns of similar letters to the
above if necessary, but these are enough
to show what it will do in different cases.
The Pyramid Pile Cure is prepared by
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and for sale by druggists everywhere at
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isfactory way. The Tomer this morning
went to 140 and the latter to 137, both the
highest prices in some time. Gossip re
garding these securities has most to do
with the alliance between the Vandcrbilt
and Pennsylvania Interests. It is said
that all the disclosures regarding this al
liance are not made yet by any means.
The Pacifies were buoyant. Northern
Pacific, common, and Union Pacific, com
mon, both made new high price records
and closed higher than they have ever sold
before. Union Tacific touched 55 3-S and
Northern Pacific 57 1-4. Southern Pacific
failed to resrond to the buoyancy of tho
others of the group.
The gross earnings of the St. Paul for
the third week of March show an Increase
of $58,569. The increase since July 1 has
been $2,960,618. The grangers made new
high prices for the movement, but were
cot so active as other groups. Rock Island
went as high as 112 3-8 and closed at
112 1-4. St. Paul went up to 123 3-4. and
Burlington to 128 1-2. The Atchison se
curities were the best of the group find
both sold higher than ever before, the
common at 27 1-S and the preferred at
70 3-4.
There Is again much bullish gossip re
garding Missouri-Pacific and the stock is
advancing in a way that suggests develop
ments of a favorable nature. It sold as
high as 49 this morning.
Wabash and Texas Pacific were among
the low-priced securities taken up today,
each making a good net gain and closing
practically at the top.
The traction securities were neglected
and their net movements were unimpor
tant. Sugar was strong, though the net
gain for the day was not large. There
were numerous bear tips that the stock
was to begin a 40-point decline immedi
ately and there as some short selling as a
result, but no symptoms of the movement
showed themselves.
Wncliliicton Stock nichniiBC.
Sales U. S. 3's. coupon: $500110 5-S;
, Potomac Fire Insurance: 5075; Capital
Traction Rights: $5.2926 5-S, $1.410i
'6 8-4- Cap. Trac- SIOSS. 310Sl-2.
I iofiios7-s. loofnoo. ioos 109 1-4. 5575T
10Sl-2 10eilOS7-S. lOOffzlOD, 557
109 1-S; Washington Gas: 15SS54 3-4; Mer-
( genthaler Linotype- 30lgl91 1-2. 10?T
191 3-S. lOiilf'l 1-4; Lanston Monotype.
.25515 1-4. 7515 1-8. 115?Tl5, 10014 7-S.
After Call Lanston Monotype: 50JT14 3-4;
Capital Traction; 200 109 1-S. 20g 109 3-S,
SfillO.
GOVEItt-MENT BONDS.
Old. Asked.
115 117
110 US.
134 133
131 ja-.
111' 116
110 111V
110' UO.
U. S. 4'g, J906, Q. J
U. a 4i, 1007. Q. J
U. & 4'b, It.. 1925
u. a 's, c. IKS
U. S. 5X C, 1901. O. F
u. a s'b. n.. ibos. q. f
c. a s'i, r.. loos. n. c f..
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA UOXDS.
6't, 1902. "30-year funding" cold... 105
7i, 1901, "Water stock" currency
7'e, 1903, "Water stock" currency
Funding currency, S.G5's US
1', Bee., 2-10'. 1693-1901
MISCELLANEOUS BONDi
Met R. R. 8's, 1925 123
Met R. R., Cert Indebtedness A
Met R. R-, Cert. Indebtedness.!!
Columbia R. R. D't. 1914
Columbia R. R. 2d xnort 6's
City & Suburbia R. R.
Wash. Gas Co.. ser. A, C. 1902-'27. 115
Wash. Gas Co., scr. B. 6'e. 1&0K29. 115
U. a Elec. Light, Deb. Imp., 1907
V. 3. Elec Light, Cert lndebt
Ches. & Pot Tel., 1690-1911 103
Ches. & Pot Tel., Con. 8's 103Ji
112
112
104 V
Am. Sec'y & Trust 5's, 1905 100
Wash. Market Co. 1st 6'a, 1692-
1911, f,OO0 retired annually
Wash. Mkt Co. Imp. 6'a, lfll2-'27
Wash. Mkt Co. ext 6's, 1911-'27
Masonic Hall Ass'n 5's, C, 1903 107
Amer. Grephopbone Deb. C 101
Actco&tU & Potomac 's
NATIONAL BANK STOCKa
Bank ot Washington Sttt 400
Metropolitan 575 6.0
Central l'J5
Farmers k Mechanics' .
Second 167 165
Cithern 100
Columbia 1C0
Cap'tal Hi
Wcst.End 119
Traders 125 ....
Lincoln KO
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANlcS.
National Sale Deposit & Trust liO 185
Wash. Loan & Trust 158 10,
American Security & Trust 198
Wash. Safe Deposit
INSURANCE STOCKa
Firemen SO
Franklin 40
Metropolitan 80
Corcoran
Potomac 74H
Arlington H5
German American '00
National Union 1154
Columbia &X
Itiggs 8
People's 6?
Commercial
Colonial HI
TITLE INSURANCE STOCES.
Real Estate Title ....'..'. .3
Columbia Title 4X
Washington Title 8.V
District Title $X
RAILHOAD STOCKa
Capital TTixtion 109.V
Capital Traction Co. Rights GH
City & Suburban 37J4
5.S
13
0
C,
iii
115
109V
39
Georgetown & Tennallytown CO
GAS AND ELECTRIC- LIGHT STOCKa
Washington Gas 4i Uh
Georgetown Gas 55 ....
U. a Electric Light ...:
TELEPHONE STOCKa
Chesapeake & Potomac ........... 58 65
Perjlracla ,, 37 ....
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
Bid. Asked.
Jfercrntrialer linotype .i'JH u.J4
Lanstoa Monotype U? Mi
'aencan urapnophone 11,V 11?.
Itnericcn Cnpbopmie, pfd 12 ....
Pirumatic Gun CtrriiRe ., .21 .12
Washington Market
Norfolk tc Washington 140
Lincoln Hall 65 70
Ex-Diridend.
Chlcnso Grain nnl Provision Market.
Corrected dally by W. B. Hibbs & Co.,
members of the New York Exchange,
1419 F Street.
ti uui Open. Illch. Lour Clo.
May f5 fl rsv.,- c;;.'
July C6,' 67 cat Wi
CnitK.
Mar. 38,' Z&X t7?i 37X11
July SSJf ,3X 3b. c8'B
(IJITS.
Mar. ' 2' 21!-tf C4-.' 2!'
July 23-M 2J-. iy 2J
POUK.
May- .-... J 1.83 11.87 11.72" 11.72
July 1162 1161 115U 115.J
kAKD. ,
Slav- 625 62 620 O.iO
July ti.15 bo7 650 LAI
ttms.
May. 6.5 C;fi ,C..;0 633
Juy. I.S5 67 UvO 1)32
New York Cotton Market.
Open, llign. Low.
'ny U.io li.4 t. 2
July S..1 i'.il y.3
AtlKUst 1'.-. I'.Si U.2J
Ojtober 8.15 8.15 8.i2
CIos.
J. 2
I..IH
b..2
HOBSOIT PLAYS BASEBALL.
An Olliclitl Ilejiort on mi Ainerloan
llrltiNli tiaine at IIoiiKkotiKr.
Naval Constructor Richmond Pearson Hob
son, who is now engaged in superintending
repair Work on the American warships at
Hongkong, has been playing baseball over
there assisted by and in opposition to sun
dry American naval officers, bluejackets,
and marines. The game was a great suc
cess, and in connection with other things
forms the subject of an official report to
the Stato Department by Consul General
Wlldman at Hongkong.
Mr. Wildman was so ranch impressed
with tho interest taken in the game by the
English people at Hongkong, officials and
ordinary subjects of the Queen, that he
made it a text for a long report, telling of
tho marked friendship for the United
States which had been displayed in many
ways by tho Hongkong British since the
beginning of the Spanish-American' war.
1 and which he believes Is now firmly es
' tablished. Mr. Wildman says that this
, sympathy was manifested in a practical
way by tho contribution of English resi
dents of Hongkong of $1,000 for the fami
lies of the enlisted men killed and Injured
in the accident on the United States gun
boat Wheeling, in Hongkong Harbor.
Tho baseball game was arranged to aug.
ment this relief fund. The expenses,
amounting to $180, were defrayed by the
officers and men of the American warships
in the harbor, and the gate receipts were
$535, all of which was added to the $1,000
contributed by the English people. British
society, official, and otherwise, turned out
to see the match, and were greatly inter
ested. It was the first game of baseball
played In Hongkong. The recreation
grounds at Happy Valley, near the city,
were used.
Three Ameriman warships, the monitor
Monadnock, the cruiser Baltimore, and the
gunboat Wheeling, were In the harbor, and
the teams were taken from the personnel
of these. The teams were called Apaches
and the Sioux, composed as follows:
Sioux Bugler Wesley, catcher; Plumber
Schrode, pitcher; Ensign Littlefleld, bhort
stop; Ensign McCormlck, first base; Hos
pital Apprentice Stenecker, second base,
Ensign Asserson, third base; Surgeon Lip
pett, centre field; Apprentice McXulty,
right field; Boilermaker Danger, left field;
Apprentice Langls, substitute.
Apaches Naval Constructor Hobson,
catcher; Musician Simms, pitcher; Pay
master Barber, shortstop; Master Electri
cian Rich, first base; Pnymester Dougher
ty, second base; Seaman Lally, third base;
Marine Tierney, centre field; Sallmaker
Costello, right field; Apprentice Gulbert,
left field; Bugler England, substitute.
Umpire Capt. Jack Myers, U. S. Marine
Corps; scorer. Surgeon Dennis.
The game was lively and closely contest
ed. The Sioux team won 12 to 10. Thv
match was under the patronage of Ills
Excellency. Governor Sir Henry Blake His
Excellency. Vice Admiral Sir Edward Ley
mour. Sir Thomas Jackson, treasurer ot
tho Wheeling fund. Rear Admiral John C.
Watson, and other officials.
GHOST MYSTERY EXPLAINED.
The Disturbance Proves to He n Ile-
ensef til Lover.
BOSTON, Mass, March 24. The spook,
whose knockings Have disturbed the home
of the Hovey family at Charlestown, has
materialized into an oIdfashioned tapper
with a five-pound sounder operated with a
string by a jealous lover of Miss Lillian
Hovey. The tapper was attached to a ham
mock hook on the side of the house and
the .operating string carried through the
broken fence at the rear of the yard. As
the house is an old frame structure and
scantily cross beamed, the planking formed
an excellent conductor of the knocks. The
jealous lover has pursued Miss Hovey with
his attentions for some time and the rap
pings are part of his plan of revenge for
the repulse of his suit.
Last night at the Hovey house there
were no rappings, but one of the spiritual
ists Who were present assured the family
that the "wraith of an enemy" was follow
ing the family and he proceeded to exorcise
the house. Outside, the police were laying
for the material wraith with his tick-tack
device, but they waited in vain. There will
probably be no more manifestations.
Lecture on Linnirt Air.
The lecture on "Liquid Air" at the Firet Con
gregational Church Monday evening will be the
concluding one of the Y. M. C. A. course. The
subject is one of great, popular interest at the
present time. Prof. Peckham is a veteran lecturer
upon scientific topics, having been on the plat
form for nearly thirty years. He gave the first
public popular lecture in America upon "Liquid
Air," with experimental demonstrations of its
marvelous properties and remarkable possibilities.
On Monday evening, Prof. Peckham. will outline
the history of the production of liquid air, and
describe the methods now in use for this purpose.
Mr. niixn to Lecture.
Louis D. Bliss, principal of the Bliss Electrical,
School and instructor in electricity in the Y. M.
C. A. educational department, will delUer a lec
ture this evening on "Welding by Electricity,"
practically illustrated by- experiments in welding
by the three different systems, the Belgian, the
Thompson, and the Bernardos processes, actually
performed before the audience. On account of
the intense light emitted during the experiments,
it has been suggested tliat the audience provide,
themselves with cither blue glassea or pieces of
smoked glass to look through.
Marrintrc Licenses Insucu.
Marriage licenses were issued today to: Edward
D. Knight and Katherine-Dash, both of Ellicott
Citv, Md.; Alfred Taul Newton, this city, and
Lillian Hoblitrel Upton, of Gaithcrsburg, Md.;
Joseph Owens, and Josephine Brooks.
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Telephone 17SL
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f crderi In stocks nJ craix Small and largt
loti receive equal attention. noH-tt.ea
CllCKCII NOTICES.
THE EDITATION L AND RELIGIOUS SOCIETY
OK SPIRITUALISTS, incorporated Oct. 2, 1S59,
I10I& services every Sundaj at 7:30 p. m.. at
Schmidt's Hall, 010 9th st. nw. ; Mrs. Julia War
neke will fiive tests; pood fpeakinjr and music;
seat free; Dr. II. It. Itoberts will address meeting;.
lt,c:u
REFORM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH, Maca
bee Hall, 513 0th st. nw.; services Sunday 3:15
p. m. ; lecture by Col. C. G. llradshaw; 7:30 p. m.,
experience meeting. All are cordially invited to
attend. It
'THE FULFILLMENT of Prophecy in the Present
FalliJiB Away From the Faith, as Illustrated
in the Startling Facts Stated in the Letter of the
Methodist Hishops," will be the subject of the dis
course by Evangelist A. F. Hallenger Sunday
evening at 7:30 in the Church of the Bksed
Hope, on 6th et. ne., between F and G sts. It
SECULAR LEAGUE, Matonic Temple, Sundays, 3
p. m.; lecture March 25 by Hon. El R.
Ridgcly, on the "Constructive Single Tax;" de
bate. Seats free. It
LOST.
LOST A Hnall vest-pocket book, marked T. C.
Pole, containing money and checks; money
known. and checks stopped. Liberal reward for
return to ROOM 28, Atlantic Building, or 3100 U
st. nw. mh23-3t
LOST Gentleman's pold cuff button. Reward, if
returned to 005 F st. nw. mh22-3t,em
LOST A small vest-pocket book, marked T. C.
Pole, containing money and checks; money
known and checks stopped. Liberal reward for
return to ROOM 28, Atlantic Building, or 3100 N
st. nw. mh22-3t
FOUND.
FOUND Young mastiff; owner can hare same by
pioving ownership and paying for this adver
tisement. Apply to C. G. CLIFFORD, C24 Gth t-t.
sw. mh23-3t
FOUND Ice cream, pure and deliciouj, 70e per
rallon. LACEY CREAMERY CO.. 60TN. Y.
tre. nw. 'Phone 2081. Je27-U
YALE'S BASEBALL SCHEDULE.
The Lnw School Nine to Piny Here
April 17.
XEW HAVEN, Conn., March 2L Man
ager Hine, of the Yale Law School baseball
nine, today announced, the following
Easter-trip schedule for his team: April
A SURE CURE TOR CROUP.
Trrcnty-five Y-cnrs' Constnnt Use
-WltHoiitt ajFnilure.
The first indication of croup is hoarseness, and
in a child subject to 'that disease it may bo taken
as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Fol
lowing this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough.
If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon
a3 the child becomes hoarse, or even after the
croupy cough appears, it "frill prevent the attack.
It is used in many" thousand of homes in this
broad land and nejrer disappoints the anxious
mothers. We have yet to learn of a single in
stance in which it has not proved effectual. No
other preparation canshqw; such a record twenty
five years' constant iUse without a failure. For
sale by Henry Evans, wholesale and retail, and all
druggists. ; U
HONEY WANTED AND TO LOAH.
The Columbia
Guarantee Company
Ii the cheapest place to borrow money on House
hold Furniture, Pianos, etc. No removal. Bum
Less confidentUL
Columbia Guarantee Company
613 F St. n. w.
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Monev to Loan
-ON
Household Furniture.Pianos.etc,
If you are In need of money, we desire to in
form you ot our new method. We can secure you
a loan on an easy monthly payment plan, at less
cost than ever before and below the rate of any
other company in the city. You can pay in full
at any time after the loan is secured, and it will
only cost you for such time as you have had the
money. Our Luslntss is strictly private, and all
applications are treated confidentially. If you
have loan with any other concern you can se
cure a loan through us to pay it and get more
money if desired. It will pay you to call and see
us before going elsewhere. We are ready at any
all times during office hours to give informa
tion concerning our business methods, and you
will receive courteous treatment.
CAPITAL LOAN' GUARANTEE CO.,
p!3-tf CC2 F St, N. W.
Loans of $10
mill upTrnrda made
on FUIIXITOUE,
PIANOS, HORSES,
Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and on the day
you apply. We are loaning on the Building and
Loan Association plan, which makes the cost of
carrying loans much less than you pay else
where and allows you to pay It off in any sized
notes you desire, running from one to twelve
months. You only pay for the use of money for
the length of time you carry it. H you have a
loan with some other company we will pay it
off and advance you more money if desired. Hates
cheerfully given and no cost to you unless loan
is made. Loans made anywhere in the District.
Call and gtt rates. Front room, first floor. Sci
entific American Building.
National Mortgage Loan Co.
65 F Street N. W.
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MONEY TO LOAN
On household furniture, pianos, or other personal
properly at current chattel rates. Any amount.
Any plan. Long or short time. No trouble, de
lay, or publicity. Cost nothing to make appli
cation. Courteous tnalmcnt assured. Offices pri
vate. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY,
Room I, Warder Building,
Cor. 9th and F Streets N. Yv.
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MONEY $50,000 MONEY
To loan on furniture, planet, etc., without re
moval or publicity and the day you ask for it.
We will loan aliy amount making time and pay
ments to suit, giving one month or one year as
you desirt, and at rates that you can aUord to
pay. If you cow have a loan with any other
company and desite more money, give us a call.
Will as cheerfully make a J10 loan as fl00, and
no charge or expense if loan Is not nude. Always
ready and willing to give information regarding
rates and methods to secure loan. We arc the
oldest loan company In the city, and will give
you honest treatment. All business strictly con
fidential. Pihate offices.
Washington Mortgage Loan Co.,
610 F Street N.W.
UOXEY TO LOAN at 3H. 3, 4, and 4tf P
cent, in sums of $l,fJ0 to flO.OOO on D. a
real estate; pay off 5 and 0 per cnt mortgages
and begin anew; all transactions conducted with
economl"Jl considtration for borrowers. VM. H.
SAUNDERS & CO., 1107 F St. nw. jyl-tf-em
HONEY loaned salaried people and retail mer
chants upon their own names, without se
curity; easy payments. TOLilAN', Room 43, 90S
614 O st. oc22-lyr
IION'EY TO LOAX ON APPROVED COLLAT-ERL-No
delay. CHARLES A. BAKER.
Rooms 40 and 14, Uetzerott Building, 1110 F st.
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DANKS AKD TIITJST COMPATIES.
Union Trust and
Storage Company
of the District of Columbia.
Temporary Offices, Cor. 1 4th & F Sts,
Capital Stccfc. fl.200,000.00.
This company is prepared to undertake all
trust business take charge of estates, prepare
wills, and act as Executor, Administrator, Trus
tee, Receiver, Assignee, Committee of the estate
of a minor, and any other kindred office.
Loans made on real estate and other approved
securities at current rates of interest.
The company also acts as trustee and register
for other corporations.
This company is chartered to do a general stor
age business, inc. is about to erect suitable build
ings for warehouse purposes, for the storage of
goods and valuables, and for cold storage.
OFFICERS:
EDWARD J. STKLLWAOEN, President
JAMES O. PAYXE, First Vice President
GEORGE E. HAMILTON. Second Vice Presi
dent, Attorney, ar.d Trust Officer.
GEORGE E. FLEMING. Secretary.
CHARLES a BRADLEY, Treasurer.
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TUB
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
or WAsmNQTo-f. a a
Capital, $500,000.
EXCHANGE OS
tKCLAND. IRELAND. FRANCE AND GERMAN
Letters of Credit
ITAILAfiLE m ALL FOREIGN PAHTi.
BANK COLLECTIONS.
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS,
BTOOK8 AND BONDS. aptt-tl
$2.50 CS3 thanl cen: $2-50
Per a dQy- Per
Year. A Safe Deposit Box. Year.
Washington Safe Deposit Co.,
916-918 Pa. Ave
Open to 4:80 a m and "'Saturdays tolpi a.
tyg-ljT-si
UHlOHESltr S ENGLISH
ENNYROYAI. PILLS
lr CHICHESTER'S KNGMSH
la KED md Gold asttlUe boiti. inled
niih Ma ribbon. Take no .titer. Refute
D.rtrui BnbttltGtlon and Imita
tion. Bay of jour DrarrtM- or wnJ 4c. la
iump hr Particular Testimonial
and "Relief far Ladle," in Ulltr. by re
Inn. Mall. 1 0.OOO TMtinjoniall. Sold bT
J1 riroxrlM. Chlekcter Chemical Co.,
Uentloa th! paper. MiuIImii Ho purr. PH1LA., PA.
Popularity, If Continued,
Is- based on merit. Warner's Safe Cure merits its
popularity for diseases of the kidneys and liver.
SCROFULA la an inherited blood taint.
S. S. S. goes to the seat of the disease, purifies
the blood and builds up the general
sss
health.
11, J3t. Francis Xavier College, at New
York; April 12, probably Haverford Col
lege, at Philadelphia; April 13, Lebanon
Valley College, at Annville, Pa.; April 14,
Johns Hopkins University, at Baltimore,
Md.-' April 17, Georgetown University, at
Washington, D. C.
The popularity of Heurich's Bock Beer shows
clearly how much the people enjoy this pure
malt and hop beverage. 'Phone C31, Arlington
Bottling Co.,- for a case of Heurich's Bock, and
you'll find out how much you'll enjoy it.
Heurich's- Bock is as popular as Maerzen, Sen
ate, and Lager. 'Phone 634, Arlington Bottling
Co., for a case of Heurich's.
FIXAXCIAL.
Not Full Enough
The other night, about, 12. o'clock, two men
came up Winter Street to take a car in the Sub
way. It was evident tliat they had both visited
many places where liniid refreshment is sold, and
had accumulated large "loads." As they crossed
Tremont Street they spied the brilliantly-lighted
Stale House dome, and the-smaller man, who had
the lanrcst "iac." said to his friend: "Say, Tom.
zats a niccsh buildin.. I'm jroin' to buy rat
htifldin' in ze mornin'." "Hike." replied his
friend, who, though a larirer man, had a smaller
load, "if I was as drunk as you arc to sen u to
you." He knew he was drunk, but was not drunk
enougit
To Sell It "Short"
That's the wav wc feel about wheat. We'd
havp to lie nrettV "full" to sell it 'Vhort" at
present pricw. If the fanner cannot afford to
sell his crop at these njrurcs, because It costs
him more tlian prtter.t prices to raie it and pay
freight to Chicago, then-you can't afford to go
"short" of it. Now, if it h tco low to tell, it
ought to be low enough to buy. Corn, on the
other hand, is plenty high cnougli, anu on ain
further rallv sav. around tOc elt some "short
and you will make money on it. There are a
good many stocks that we would rather sell than
buv, and if jou would like lo know ninth one,
write us. Our free book explains margin trading;
send for it.
II J fi.L.. 0 P 1001 Chestnut SL. Pfcils.
rinwa n,L osov & 10 ? .p?.? st, ,b.i
' J BZ
Will SL, New York.
It
THE niCHEST ME3 IN THE WORLD ARK
HINIKC KINGS AND TUB RICHE5T MIXES
IX THE WORLD ARE IX CRAVD OLD YA
VAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, WHERE IS LO
CATED THE MINERAL WOXULK. THE
GREAT
BELCHER
GOLD MINE.
THE LARGEST AXD RICHFST BIG GOLD
MINE EVER DISCOVERED IX ARIZONA,
IF YOU WANT TO
MAKE MONEY
BUV A FEW SHARES IN THE GREAT BELCHER
AT THE PRESENT LOW PRICK OF 1.M1 PER
SHARE. THEY WILL INQUESTION'ABLY RISE
TO HIGH VALUE.
THESE SHARES ARE SOLD SO THAT THE
ENORMOUS ORB BODIES NOW IN SIGHT,
AGGREGATING TODAY
SI, 500.000
MAY BE EXTRACTED WITH THE YOST ECOX
OMICAL MACHINERY AND THE BIG :00-TON
GOLD CONCENTRATING MILL MAY BE COM
PLETED. THE GREAT BELCHES IS A WON
DERFUL MINE. OVER 700,no0 HAS fc3 FAR
BEEN EXTRACTED AND MILLIONS ARE YET
TO COME TO THOSE WHO HOLD ITS SHARES.
THIS IS A RARE CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY.
WRITE FOR PROSPECTUS. OR CALL AT THIS
OFFICE.
GREAT BELCHER GOLD MINE CO.,
Washington Loan and Trust Building, Washing
ton, D. C. Room 71.
mh21-w,?a,tf
TELEPHONE SERVICE
At Rates Within the Reach
of AH.
The Chesapeake
and
Telephone Company
(a now furnishing telephone service from
$3 a Month Up.
It fs ce longer necessary for th zl?"
The Small User and the
Man of Moderate Means
to pay the maximum rate. Service can now be ob
tained at rates varying with the amount and
class of service rendered.
Mileage Charges Dispensed With
excepting in a few remote sections of the city.
Schedule of Reduced Hessage
Rates.
For measured service, with metallic circuit and
Extra
calls.
No calls. No parties on line.
12 3 4
700
600
W0
1,000
1,200
1,600
l.SOO
...$60
... 65
... 69
... 72
... 78
... 87
... Cfl
...102
30
55
S9
62
ea
77
60
92
J2
47
51
54
60
69
73
&4
134
41
45
43
54
63
78
6 cents
5 cents
4 cents
4 cents
4 cents
4 cents
4 cents
4 cents
2,000
Above 1.000 calls may be contracted for in 100
lots at $3.00 per hundred. No charge for in
coming calls.
For full particulars call, or address
Contract Department,
619 Ih Street N. W.
Telephones, Nos. 345 & 1893
Columbia Building Association.
Pres. J. T. Winter, Vice Pres. E. M. Gillctt,
Sec. G. P. Newton, Shares, $1.00 per month.
No" back payments. Combines all the best
features of other associations.
PAID 6 PER CENT
to its shareholders last year. Hakes loans on
any form desired. Its financial affairs are eco
nomically managed and guaranteed under the
supervision of its board of directors by the
REALTY APPRAISAL AND AGENCY CO.,
INCORPORATED.
Offices. 610 13th St.
S. W. Woodward, Pres.; E. S. Parker, Vice
Pres.; V. J. Newton, Treas.
mhl5-lmo
FOrt HEATOFFICES.
GOOD OFFICES.
VERY LOW RENT.
Elevator Service.
Steam Heat.
HUTCHINS BUILDING,
con. itVnr & a.
"
APPLY
W. J. DANTE,
ROOM 83.-
Potomac
FIXAXCIAI.
TRIPLER
LIQUID AIR CO.
Shareholders in this, the PARENT, company
secure the greatest opportunity ever placed before
the public for great and rapid enhancement in the'
value of their invettment.
They share in all the profits or the company
from whatever fource, including- all its royalties
from sub-cempanirf. both domestic and foreign,
on the same principle as telephone and other origi
nal controlling companies.
100.000 SHARES
of the Parent Company stock are now offered for
public subscription at
5 PER SHARE,
which is 50 per ' ect of par.
Send for prospectus.
Applications for stock received by
GERALD M. FENNELL & CO.,
BANKERS,
Fiscal Agents, 8 Congress St., Boston, Mass.
Washington Savings Bank,
Cor. 12th and C Sts. N. W.
mli21 3t
PERSONALS.
Cor. m
and F Sts.
Oldest in age ; longest located;
Regular graduate two schools;
Authorized by the District Government to treat
Alldiseasescf the Nose, Threat, and Lungs. Heart,
KerTcs, Brain, Blood, Skin, Stomach, Kidneys, and
Bladder, Night Losses, Sexual Weakness, and nil
Special Diseases of either sex. Stricture. Varicoeela
and Hydrocele cured without cutting or operation.
io pain. No Ios of time. A prompt and per
manent cure guaranteed. SyphilLifany stage)cured
jorafe without mercury or potash. No exposure;
CHARGES LOW.
MEDICINES FURNISHED.
Daily Office Hours 10 to 1 and 3 to 6. Snadar.
JOtolZ "
FREE CONSULTATION.
Dr. Leatherman,
EAPERT SPECIALIST in the cure of all private
ciseasea. Hydrocele, Varicocele, Stricture. Im
potency, and Syphilitic Diseases positively cured.
Advice and cocsultation free. Both scscs. Daily,
9 to 12, 2 to 5, Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday.
Evenings. 7 to 8.
002 F Street Northircat.
(Closed Sunday.) mh30-tt
317 6th St., Cor. La. A.
Washing to l. D.C
J-RAY 1.1 USE FOR EXAMINATION AD DIAG1331S.
GERMAN SPECIALISTS In charge to treat all
chronic diseases ot man and woman. Catarrh.
Rheumatism, Brain Stomach, Heart, Kidney, Blid
tit. Hemorrhoids (Piles) cured: vitality restortc
PRIVATB DISEASES. Stricture. Irapotency.
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilitic Skin and Blood
Poison cured without mercury.
Especial attention in eld and so-called Incurab
rasas, treated and curs acccmnlished. Hour. 19 f
12. S to ft. Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturdays
nil b evening. (Bunday closed.) Dr. CZARRA.
The "3 Days" Cure
(for men) leads all remedies in thfs citr: a
prompt and permanent cure or no charge. Con
sultation free. DR. McKEEHAN, 516 12th -L
nw. Office hours, 9 to 12 a. m.; 6 to S p. r
Sundays, 2 to 4 p. m. mh23-lmo
frr H. K. FULTON'S
w w LOAN OFFICE
314 Ninth Street N. W.
Uosey Loaned on Watches. Diamonds. Jewelry,
Etc
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT.
Business strictly confidcntiaL No connectioa
with any other Loan Office in the city.
Mrs. M. RBNNBR,
SPECIALIST
fa obstetrics. Golil medal awarded for the scienct
of obstetrics from the University of Munich. Ba
varia. Treats successfully women's complcations
and irregularities; private sanitarium for ladies
before and during confinement. Infants adopted.
Office hours. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. 621 Pa. Ave. nw..
Washington. D. PL "Km
TO properly treat ari CURE Gi'arrh,
KI-nev, a-.t! Otr.i-h D.c d.rs, and
Special Diseases, requires the h"ghest sKi.I
and lone experience.
DR. REED has both twenty yean suc
cessful experience, fifteen displeraas awl
I rfrtifieates.
Cures youthful indiscretions, loss of ri:od,
stricture, v?ricoseT hydrocele, etc., without tho
use of mercury or other poisons.
Latest remedial appliances. Consultation FREE.
Office Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 6 daily;
mh20,tr Sunday, 10 to 12.
MME. THEO,
Medium and Card Reader. Washington's at
famous Clairvoyant and Palmist. Consult her a
business, love, and family affairs; reunites tfca
si-parated; removes fpHs" causes speedy mar
riises and pives luck. Open daily. Cermaa
spoken; 25c and oOc. 929 H st. nw. mlr2l-7t
CLAIRVOYANT, MEDIUM,
AND OCCULT SCIENTIST,
P&OF. LEO,
72S 10th st. nw., all psychic work and advice
pertaining; to love, marriajre, divorces, siekness,
and nervous disease, spell conditions, threuxh
bad influences, enemies. Are you separated freax
the one you love?" Do you wish marriace? Ceme
to one who never fails. Tells you alL Good luek
to all. Reading daily. Free consultation repard
ir. cases of all kinds. Ask no question.- Tells
tverythinjr. Are you dissatisfied? Call at once, tt
day. No charge for advice and conu!tation. Has
helped thousands. Does more than he premise.
Call on Prof. Leo. Be convinced of his capabiritHSi
and truthfulness. 728 10th st. nw., bet. O and II
ts. Hours, 10 a. m. to 0 p. m. daily, save this
ad. to refer to. No sign. Open Sunday. It
MR L. NORRIS, Baltimore's talented medium,
"at 730 0th st. nw.. daily, from 10 to P, Sun
da v included; seances Tuesday and Friday, S p. m.;
Wednesdavs. 2:3) p. m.; Sunday nights at Oppen
heimcr's Hall, 514 0th st. nw.; good music; silver
collection. mn22',t
MME. WALTON, intuitional palmist; private read
ings. 2o cents; describes friends; gives date
of marriage; clasa in palmistry now forming: 810
9th st. nw. mh24-2t,em
LADIES who desire a Monthly Regulator that
cannot fail will please address with stamp,
DR. STEVENS. Buffalo, N- Y.
de5,tu,tb,sat-ly
IF THIS insertion catches the eye of the wrk
ingman or mechanic he will be hinted
a-TSfBasji-isfs .-as &
C13D. . ""TC"
vr KfTRIC FACE treatment removes wrinkles,
nimDles. blackhead.-; calp treatment prevents
fallin "hair: removes dandruff. Mb NICHOL
SON, 910 N. Y. ave. mh22-3t
MME. DAVIS, born clairvoyant and card reader,
tells about business, removes spells and evil
influences, reunites the separated, and gives luck
to all; cures piles and drunkenness. 122S 25th st.
nir. mhiO-lmo.em
liAVE YOU Sore Throat. Pimples, Copper Col
ored Spots, Aches. Old Sorts. Ulcers la Uouth,
Hair Falling I Write
COOK REMEDY CO.
1S51 Masonic Temple. Chicago, I1L, for proofs ot
cures. Capital $500,000. We solicit the most ob
stinate cases. We have cured the worst cue la
15 to 15 dars. 100-oue Book Frt.
Hi. vMi Speeialisf.
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