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TEE EVENING TIMES, WANHlXiifON, THURSDAY, APRIL 5. 1900.
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stocks faiblt mi
An Uiuifti'tnlH Tone Dite tomi lure
upaUisftv UiHaom iMwrkol.
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ofNK ill rimy aetiw mm vHk m
ua 1 1 1'telii mm. tawrt ImImk mm a
t, m i lit IS- f tlM Lmrfm
wmHmc fMMl tfce Mlvause aw.
Tawte wm mMnr relisn mcwc.
wtitch wmM Mtwtm far eke tow f tlw
Lommi msflM b4 ms juuticahir reuon
aamguM r M he vines in t early
t-ttMot arilvtoee. The cats apt a mac feure
vf five market m tat opting C tmeineae
wore Swgar Itciutap, wfcldt advanced
fcfaavpty, an5 Ftpl?s Gag, vrtatah we de
cidedly waak. Pesylvan4 was a con
spicuous feature of the railway list, betng
actively dealt In at last night's final g
uros. The Granger stocks were al firm
although not active.
The dealings in the industrial quarter,
aside from Sugar, generally resulted in
slight recessions. The loer.l tractiafl issue
were virtuallv neglected in the early deal
ings. After the opening a iuch firmer
tone developed and many of the naxly I033
ee ware recovered. Missouri Pacific and
the middle priced issues were notably firm.
Xcw Vork h't
ock JInrtcct.
Corrected dally by
mcmfrerB of the New
F Street.
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Chicago Gs
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Chi., It. I. &; Pe8c
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Mtket rtus Koruing. prices apefciug at
a boat tfee -toe;; at etprdy aad Hucta
aMac Utttr frcai thai level. The first
!uhess of 'he ds va jt aa adrao-c ia
riaHy aHisaw. but before nova tae-r e
a roRdtoa rlit?a t k aj. tfae frartloswl
adtaacaa. Te atl -4c Is for a gad awr
kel Vfrrre fh" end of the week 00 IB
pro of a Bne bank uitatceal;. Pro
sWy the adv; :;; wih beffin UNnoitH if it
ha mm alrradj- ixmimrvc d. before te
tlfwe f tie market to lay. The statement.
ae.-orMiia: o lae bet aqtbo.itlss. i likely
to he the Saert of tie year so far. with
lie aerjae ia cash aad a large addi
tioti to lie surplus reserve. rirculaUoa
wi.l hit a good in re"?. It s belieed
t'v maay raa with this advance nd with
:e eect of Un good Kiatemosu the early
lHr of ( -eei TH tfee a resumption
! 1 be boom in piee co pronounced and ?o
v"l:oHe two weeks ao.
llubine this tuoruing was welt-uigli
featureless. Sipar was perhaps the most
at live and the most buoyant yto-k on the
list with an early adraice to 119 what
M-enied to Im god buying. There hae teen
continued bujiag of tbe stock for two or
tbroe days, wnlch doee not accord ery
wrdl with the assertions of Mr. Havemeyei
and the other Sugar people that the war is
fiercer now than it has been at any time
before and in no shape to be ended. Care
ful market people are not usually nrofuee
in eKpreeaions of opinion regarding Pujwr
Mock, but it is known that a good advance
at the present time would not canee much
surprise.
Pennsylvania continued very strong and
i fiw though iw new high price was
reaelNMl. HI being the level during the
first hour. The imntcHKe bustnefre in the
Moefc yesterday and today and the quick
advaaoe while most securities were coni
parativeiy dull attract much attention.
Gosetp af a varigated nature Is afloat
regarding larger dividends, extra divi
dends, "rijrfits'" immense business, the
beneftt to be derived from the baricony
in the eol trade, the Vanderbilt-Cahsatt
deals, and the like. some of which has
good foundation In fact and some of which
is purely imaginative, it seems clear,
however, that the immediate cause of the
prsem Iraoui in tbe stock is in the fact
that the insiders have furnished tAe soJi
mp of the Pennsylvania nock made nec
e"ry by the large recent purchases of
ffi uritiee of other liuee.
Wnkliiiisrtoii Stocli rOxolinnce.
Sales West Knd National Bank, 60 at
120: Capital Traction. 40 at 10S 1-4. 20 at
10S1-S: Waatalngten Gas. 1 at 651-2; Mer
centhaler Llnotj-pe, 5 at 194 1-2. 10 at
1H4S-S; Lanston Monotype. Wd at 14;
Pneumatic Gun Carriage, 404 at 2lc, 1W at
22c. After Call Capital Traction, 4b,
$1S,60 at 1 1-2. $7,508 at l7 8-4; Capital
Traction. 10 at 108 1-S. 500 at 102 1-2; Lan
sIoh Monotype. 100 at 14.
(lOVnRXMENT DOXDS.
Bid.
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111
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114
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DISTRICT OF COLUMUIA PONDS.
Ct, KM. "90-year funding' pW.. lift
Vi. 18N1. "W'atM' stock" curroaej-. ...
s, IMS. "Water stock" currency.
Fundbu; currency. 3.65 118
vi'. Kefi., 2-10'f. It-aS-liMl
TELEPHONE STOCKS.
Clifi-ajHake k Pntousae G2fc
lVnnerlviiiiia :i
or.
MEN
AND
WOMEN
Kiuuey trouble preya upon
the mind, discourages ana
lessens ambition; beauty,
vijror, and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kidncii
r tint rtf ArHr r fHK.acrt
Tcr pleasing results use Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo:.
tlie great kidney remedy. At drufcisti'. Sample
bottle by vl! free, also parnphlat.
Address Df. Kilmer k. Co.. niathamton. X. T.
ervous,
Despondent,
Helically Rbu'Ddwh Men aad Womei
j Talae Ik neateat Meed and nerve bultder
! 4 tfc tMu . Ir Hullork e WouJerful
' CaMrtr rHlk fat vnal' wnrn-nitt ncrvnm
mmfki Vcd la private practice since
IMS T1mwb4 restored to health and
aatsaln ia. Sold at all wholesale an J re
tail dma, atom. (1 per box, C boxes $5.
E. STEVENS.
Xtatk Street and Pennsylvania Avenue,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Atlloc mi nil iliKi'iiNPo from xne-
oiiilUtk free. HAI.LOCK DK1G CO.,
11U Court M., Uoaton, .Mumm.
MlSCELLANEOlS 1IONIIS
ltid.
Afhfd.
1U7 t
liri
Capital Tit t-t ion IL It. 1's
Met. It. It. i. 1015
Ab't. It. K.. tVit. lndelifdnes A
Ma. It. It. CVit Indebtedness ...
CoitM4a it. It. 's. 1W14
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110
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1 11' .V Suburban it. It ...
nii. Oas Co.. ber. A. C. 1PW2 "?7 1H.S
Wash. Ons C. sr. It. 0't. 1931 -'SS 1IG.V
I". S. Hire. Lirht. Del.. lm)i.. 1307. 100
U. S. Iilec. Liyht. Cert. Iwlobt.... il
. Jfc Pot. T1.. ltiBS-IUll M3,S'
I1ks. & Pot. Tel.. Con. 5s Ul
Am. S-ec'v i Trust 5"?. 1!J5 IOJ
WaA. Ma-rt Oo. 1st 0. 1S92-
1W1, $7.0 retired anniMllv 113
Vsh. Ukt. Co. Imp. Ts. lBlI-'ar.. 113
VViisli.Mkt. Co. vkU 0'. lH-'27.. lid
MdMMtic Hall A'n 6-. C. IMS.... iUi
Amer. UiapfiOiihoiw J el. S's J'
Anacitia & 1'ctownc SV
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
112
11.
flatik of WaiMtigteu....
Metropolitau
Central
Tanners' & Mechanics' .
StH.OBd
Oitie
CloMia
Ctt4tal
Wet ld
Traders
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128
Liccoln
rAI"K DIIPOSIT ad TUU.ST COMPANIES.
S'atioMt iaff IVtiwrit & Trust M,
Hash. Load k Trjl 1-J
AatenraN Seeurity a: Tro-t 19S
Wah. Sale Irpodt i
INSUKANCB STOCKS.
IXH
lltfwn Jit
Kraaklia 1
Meiropoiitaa )
Corcvra C2 ...
t'ctotuac J "
Ariiuatoa .. UP 1-5
OinuK AaterieMt
Nativaal t'ldoa 'IV 13
CvhMnhU .. l-.H W'
Kiaw - ;V ,J
I'eotde's ? '
rowwRTrol
Cok-nial 1H Hi
Tfn,E.lNSUILAXCE STOCKS.
Kal IMate Title
PotmaAia Title i' i
Wa-itinrtuu Tftie X
lj:n.-l Title ....,
HA1LHOAD STOCKS.
rt.:tl Tractioe lX 103!
Capital Trai'ttsa Co. Serip I"
Cjty k Sutmrbaa A
if'toTi ft Tnuialiytowa
UAb .VNl EUiCTItlC LIGHT STOCKS.
War4iiatm Gas 4
torgwa t; 5
L'. .J. KItctric Liai4 -.
MISCfctiLAXKOlS STOCKS.
l?i
J Meiventlwlrr I.itwtjpe j3Jt
IS4
14!
ll.V
13M
LaiKtoa .Moiwtjpc
American Grapnanlioae
Aawrioan Graphopfcnac, pW
l'2irma:ic Gun Cin;t
W.ihitie; Market
Norfolk k WatihEti
Uorln Hall
Ex-Iiidecd.
Wi
12.'
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ii
11 J
ChlcriRU C nil 11 nml
Corrected dally by
Provision Mnrkel.
W. B. Hlbbs & Co.,
rnemborg of the N
ew York Exchange,
141? F Streot.
V at 14 1.
llurii. Lew.
OS '-;-;
t HS't
2:15
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Mar.
iuty
Cats.
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an
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its:
.Vcr York Cotton 31itrket
i Open. High. Lot?
ao.
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1.2
-ity
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ujswsc...
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V 27
8 2J
s.oy
1 T n till efO ! l.ei brewed frein mait
aad amps, driak llewirir- Macizen, Senate, or
, Ijuwi. Trae lieer jfC" iwh hitaful qu.li
' rii1 that fhy i ian ihroutKiut the Htv ior3i
! hkikI il.m a nutntious food J01 invalids.
'Phont : iliHct"ii HMt'ine Co.. for a taiv.
Whs- SnCTur ! Tre&tuieot
on Approral. Ko in'Stitu
tton c CAith treat dcbillrj
In men t do. Ecsnltj
j sure. Mc'iiod so rapid ic(
rod oj c.- Py for it of
return appliar.ee Red rrme
die at cur expehe. Littli
boo1:. " CotnpiW Mwjhood.'
fent 9ealcd. free. Addresa
ERIE UEOICAL CO.. Buffalo, N.Y.
ctori. Iiiur. Tjilkers Are all more
oi Ipj-1 "-titjff to Bad Tl.roJt. lIoa!enc, Ton
ilitin and Cat."rrh. Dr. AgncR-'s CaUirlial Pov
k". nerr: itiappointE. "'I cjn but piociatni Dr.
Afwit't staiha! Powdci a wondii.il inedinue
1m a wr. .iiitrc and piililii praler-- l.eM
and mj t;'t liavr tried cvcrjiViing, biy have ntver
found .mJli.iiR to tqual tlii. meat "rrmtd,, for
tii k a1.u!i; ii tcrtainly h a wonder worker."
Al. Kimr: Fotcll. New Vork Citv. Sold by
F. b. William. Ninth atnt-F streets; Wrnond.
Williams. Third and I'cnnij Ivama Avenue. Io.
TltL'STlSKS' SALES.
DUNC ANSON BROS., AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTERS' SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY.
By virtue of a certain deed of trusl. lccordtd in
Liber ISsSL folio 29t, ct eq., one of the land
rtx)rds f ile District of Coltitnhia, I, the wile
trustee under the raid deed of r,it, it the re
quest ol the holder of the note wcured theithy,
will offer foi sale, at public aur-tion, in front of
tin- premie, on WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11, A. D.,
JW9, at 4:10 P. M., the following described real
esate. vis: On the Benning Koad, County ol
Washington, comprising one-quartet of one "acre
of lend, bounded on the outh by property owned
by Phillip Sintms; on the north by land used as
a graveyard; on the west by land owned by Al
bert Harries, and bounded on the cast by" land
owned by Rev. John H. Jackpn. The taid quar
ter of an acre is impioved by one fiame house
containing thter room.
Terms ol sale All cash. Deposit of $j0 re
quired at time of sale. Term to be complied with
In ten days, or property will be irtold at risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser. Abstracting, con
veyancing, and revenue gtamp it cost of pur
chaser. J. C. HAV1LAXD, SR.. Trustee.
JAMES T. HUNTER, Typographical Hall.
Attorney for holder of note.
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DUNCANSON BUGS., AUCT10NEEBS.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust, recorded in
Liber 1SS3. folio 183, ct K-q., one of the land
records of the District of Columbia, 1, the K-le
trustee under the said deed of trust, at the re
quest of the holder of the note secured thereby,
will offer for sale, at public auction, in front of
the pieintee. on WEDNESDAY', APRIL 11. A I).,
1900, at 4:00 P. M., the following described real
estate, vu: Lot No. 715, beginuing at the toutb
rast corner of the land on the Marlboro Road, and
joining the land recently purchased by Benjamin
Sprigg, and running said east line one hundred
and two feet, thence rm thirty-three feet, thence
south along the land of John Payne ninety-feven
feet to the place of beginning, containing .ix
thousand five hundred and sixty -seven feet of land,
4tuated in Washington County, District of Colum
bia. Term of sale All cash. Deposit of $50 re
quired at time of sale. Terms to be complied with
in ten days, or property will be resold at rifk and
cost of defaulting purchaser. Abstracting, con
veyancing, and revenue stamp? at cost of pur
cliaser. J. C. HAV1LAND, Sit.. Trustee.
JAMES T. HUNTER, Typographical Hall.
Attorney for holder of note.
mh2i,Sl,ai3)j,7110,tui
aaBBEUU. H !.
Crowd-bringio
FRIDAY SHOE-PRIC
Outside of fcsaturdsiy,
the week, where it used to be the dull-ist. Every Friday
we weed out the broken sizes aeeumul.'iled during tue
week and any shoes tin which we may be overstocked
at prices that cannot help but attracting big crowds of
prudent buyers. ,
Considering the extraordinary price-worthiness of
the shoes spread on our
oujrhl io be the busiest Friday 'we have had for many a
i week".
I IO ia!r l.iulift' mid .Men' Itntli
room Slliiper.t. i-ool. couifortnlilf 11 ml
iluritltle. o more tliiiu tiro pnlrn
to one onstoiiter. tomorrow only. . . .
Ladies' $1.50, $2,00
$2.50, and $3 Boots
and Oxfords to
morrow,
A tableful of ladies' black and tan
kid patent leather laced and button
boots, also canvas top cycle Boots:
I broken Mzes, ranging from 2 to 8.
About iiO pair tan and black stout
sole Oxford Ties, left from last sea
son all at the low price of 95c.
Bovs' and Girls'
$1.00 to $1.50 Good
Stout Shoes at
Crackproof calf double sole, tip
ped spring heel laced Shoes for
girles and boys; broken sizes S to 1.
I3roken sizes of child's and misses'
pointed toe kid $1.50 shoes. Sizes
6. S. 9. 11, and 12.
Any pair in the lot SOc
Our Special Sale
of Fine
Easter Footwear
THREE RELIABLE SHOE
LEGAL A'OTICE.
INTlIi: VrT-lTOURTdFTHE mSTRJCT
Or COLI'MDIA. THE 4TH DAY OF APRIL.
1WX). SAMFEL W. UOLCOMOi;, vs. JIUTFAL
hi:si;he FFXO LIFE ASSOCIATION t al.
No. 21271. Equity locket
On motion of the plalntiS. by Mr. Maon N.
Ritltard-on. hie wlicttor. it i ottered that the
defendant, Branch XL Scott, cause hit appearance
to be Mitwetl h'rein on oi before tiitr first rule da
occurring forty dajt- alter this day; otherwise
the titu.e will he proceeded with a in cat of
default.
The obj-ct ol thif Milt i to enjoil Branch M.
Scott Ironi ieivlii(r $S,000. amount of policy of
iiiMitante upon lite of Elira Holcombc. and to aa
wrt in favor of complainant an rijSitauJe lien to
otit'-hulf of said policy. Thi notiee is to be
publi'hvd in the "WaoljiiiFton Iw Kepoitrr" and
The Waliisrtoji Tinio?.
Bv the i-otiit:
(Seal) A. H. HAtiNI'.R. Jiietue. etc.
Tnie copy Ttst:
J. R. YOFNG. tleik. etc.
By M. A. CLANCY. AJirfnt tlcrk.
ap5J2,l!i
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA. THE 4TH DAY OF APRIL,
1900. MATTIE . SL.VTER v. UNKNOWN
HEIRS OF GEORGE II. RITTENHOUSE. No,
2127. Eqtiity Docket.
On niotjoi) of the plaintiff, by Mr. Ma.on .
Richardson, her solicitor, it it ordired that the
defendants, the tinknown heir and alienees of
: Ooijre R. Rittenhou.c, cause their appearance to
J be entered heiein on or before the first rule day
otturrins forty days after this day; ot!iemie the
taue vill be procendt-d with a in case of deiaulf.
i The object of thi u it to quiet th title of
! the complainant to. and perpetually enjoin 8-aid
' defendant.' fiom asserting by suit or othertrMC,
any title, claim, or demand to or interest in lot
i lettered "M." in squat? numbered 432, in the city
of Washington. District of Columnia. - llns notice
i-i to ho published in the "Va.liineton Law Re
porter" and The Washtncton Tini-.
I) Hie court:
(ial) A. B. UAONEK, Justice, etc.
Tine copy Tct:
.1. R. YOUNG, Clerk, etc.
Bv M. . CLANCY. AitJnt Clerk.
jp5J2.1J
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMHIA.-EVA U GODWIN vs.
U THER C. GODWIN. Equity No. 212."S.
It is ordered this 4th day df Aptil, 1KW, on mo
tion of the plaintin, by her solicitor, M. H. -Upper,
that the defendant cauc hi appearance to
he entered hersin on or bsfore forty days, ex
clusive of Sundays and legal holidays, occurring
after the hist day of the publication of this order;
otherwise the cause will be proceeded with as in
cao of default The object of thu suit is io ob
tain an absolute divorce on the ground of adultery
nd deriion of the defendant. Thi notice to be
published 'ii the "Washington Law lteporlet" and
in The Ma-lungton Time.
tS.jl A. B HAG VEIL .Wo ate Ju-tice.
ti'ie vopt Tort'
J It YOING. Clcik.
Il M ( LAN Y, Assistant Licrk.
a p. 1 2. 19
TABLETS I CENTS
CURES DYSPEPSIA AND INDIQESTION
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
ATLAS TABLETS
Invigorate and restore to
health persons suffering from
lost vigor, weak memory,
nightly f missions, and evil
drains. Will cure seminal
weakness, despondency, etc."
THE ATLAS TABLET CO.,
1220 Filbert St.. Philadelphia
For sale at Stevens' . Phar
macy, 9th ind Pa. ave., anJ
Henry Evans. S3S F st. nw.
WALL iArErt.
PRACTICAL paper hanging; lowest prices; drop
postal. THOS. D. GEORGE. 420 10th st. sw
ap5-(it,em
THE BOERS aie ti to their old Irjckit .main; cap
tured two hattaliom of men Jiid six guns, be
cause the English "went to sleep." We are never
caught napping; always on the. go. pap?riug
rooms with our new, -tvli-h paper: 2 up. F. G.
NOI.TE. MO 0th st.; no branch. .ap-r-tf
GET YOUR (Mtpering done now; wall paper 6c up
per piitr; picture fraim- 13t. up. GEO. C
GWVXNE. 50" 4 st. sw. - apl-3f
RfMJMS pjp'i'-d, $1.75 up; work guaranteed, sam
pit brought. HUNT, 011 L st. nw. intiSO-U
ROOMS papcted, $1.75 up; guafauiecd. RICH
AKD S. RYXEX, 5th and II sts. ne. mh21-lmo
95c
feHggP
O TABLETS iff
ES.
IV of if
Friday is our busipst h
bargain tables, tomorrow
n?r .f a .. 1 er-
men s t ano 43 a
Hand-made Calf & p 1
Patent Leather
Shoes at
25 pairs Reed's $5 patent leather
pointed toe Inced shoes: broken
sizes. 6 to 10 1-2.
47 pairs 4 and $5 French Calf
hand - sewed, laced and Gaiters,
pointed and medium toes, broken
sizes, ranging from 5 to 11. The
choice of any pair tomorrow only at
J1.S9.
Youths' $1.50, $2,
and $2.50 Shoes
at
35 pairs fine calf hand-sewed $2.50
laced shoes, narrow widths. Sizes
10 to 13.
Little boys' $1.50 to $2.50 excellent
tan laced Shoes w,kh heels. Sizes
11 to 13.
Tomorrow only at.... 95c
I
15c
1
le continuing to attract the biggest crowds
our busy stores have evor known. Stioh a
variety of truly elegant Shoes as ours have
never before been ofTered at the prices
we're selling them.
I
7th aad K Sis. U
Cor.
S 1914
HOUSES.
FOIl SALE HOUSES AND VEIIICLEi.
FOR SAIJ: Hucki-ter wafen. ?20
nw.
W 20th ft.
It. era
FOR SALE Horse, iron crey; 16 hands : 5 year.
WO JOtlt it. nw. it. em
JUST received from Frederick, Md.( 6 nice youns
drivers; sound and well broken. A. J. 1'IED
LF.R, Manager Hotel Tyson, 1001 7th t. n
ap4-3t.em
FOR SALE Cheap, 1 lijht iccond-hand platform
Tragon. Kb (Jtli t. nw. ap4-3t,m
FOR SALE 3 nice driving horse?, chrap. 20S
11th st. n
apl-St
FOR SALE Fine extentioa top suney; rood aa
new; will aell cheap. Call 73o Del ave. sw.
ap4-3t
FOR SALE New wafon. 1605 N J. Ave. nw.
apt-it
FOR SALE Sinlll elliptic t?prin wagon; eoit
$13o; can be bought for $40. K. MUNDHEIM,
1118 7th st. nw. ap3-3t,em
ONE One cart int. qne light set double harness;
hbo one stylish driving horse. 303 C st. sw.
p3-3t,em
FOR SALE Cheap, a good Ccrni'ia- buggy.
COAL YARD, 7th st. and Md. ave. .e.
apo-3t,em
FOR SALE A very handsome family or business
hour, city broke; also one road horit; suit
any Kentlaman for driving; one buggy harness;
one dirt wagon and names; will be sold cheap.
Apply rear of 812 C St. nw. ap3-3t,em
FOR SALE 20 fine country horses nd mares,
suitable, fer all purpose; 1 pair teal browns,
1 pair rich bays, finely broke; price, reasonable.
Stables P43 Goldtn st. sw., bet. E and D and 9th
and 10th its. ap3-3t
FOR SALE Good work horse,
tu. No. 8 Scott Ave. nw.
Apply afteT 4 p.
ap3-3t
FOR SALE Horse, harness, and Dayton wagon;
price ?55. 344 M it sw. Call after 4 p. ra.
apS-3t
FOR SALE--Don't purchase a vehicle until you tee
our full line of new and second-hand carriages,
buggies, wjtfon. and harness, and get our prices;
try a set ol our new $10 buggy harness; our $17.50
jurry and trap harness is a.s (food as anv ?30 liar
nes in the city. COGSWELL'S, 209 11th st. nw.
ap3-St
FOR SALE Bay mare, kind and gentle. fcuitable
for lady. 1316 I2th st. ne. apr3-7t
TOR SALE Six good horws; workers and driv
ers; also fast mare. 61S G st. nw.
ap2-7t,eni
FOR SALE 15 head of young horses from Vir
ginia. Call at 1212 Ohio ave. nw , H. QUIG
LEY. mh31-6t
DE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSnTVELY CURE
JlXJVcrrou JHseae Falling Mem
orr.Irapoteacr, 8Iepleisncss, ate, caused
bj Abusa or other xcMca tai Indis,
cratioas, Thru quteMv antt turelj
restore Lost Vitolltr in old or young, and
fit a man forstudj-, business or marriage.
Pra,.nt Tn.Anttv Bnrt rilncniTitft if
laftn'intfae. Their use ahona irsmedlate mprora-
ment end cuccts a (JUKhJ vftero &u Othsr tail in
sist upon havina th eenclna Ajaz Tiblet. They
liavo cured thousands and willcaroioo. Wosivoapo
Itivo written guaranUo to efttct a curs SAfiTO in
each cos or rotund ths monej. ItIco Otf L'lti per
pacbcgei or six pkges (full treatment) for $20. By
trail, in plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular
AJAX REMEDY CO., szn
For sale In Washington, D. C, by Edward
Stevens, 8th and Pa. ave. Edmonds & Williams,
8d and Pa. ave. R. L. Eliot, 1017 M st. nw., and
W. G. Duckttt, 2150 Pa. ave., Druggists.
Ia24-tu,th,su-tf
AflAKE PESFFCT MEN
DOSOTDJ'Iu: uonoiou
fer Longer! The Joys and ambitions of
life can bo restored to you. The very
ibsolutelv cured by rEKFECTO
,, . v A ra nir. tiiwmnt r.tf.f tn in.
Bounila, falling meinqry and the yaste
and drain of vital puwere. Incurred D7
Indiscretions or excesses of early years.
,.... .Inn, . nil r.n-jnr tft prprv fiin..
tton. Braeo up the system, oive -sv nioom to ta
cheeks and lustre to the ee or jV you tie or old.
O-.ieiOc boircnw vital energy.EVllJG boxes at
ei.LOacomp'tteguaracreidcuieJTVTT or money re
funded. Can be carried in vest pocket, hold
everywhere. or mailed in plain wrapper on leceipt pt
srice by THE PEHV'UCIO CO., lait.a BIJf., aif.TC, Ilk
" STEVENS' PIIARMVCY, 0th k Pa. ave., and
HENRY EVANS, 022 V St.
Uncle Sam Don't Wear
a TTuss, but lie carries the A.r
Cushion Truss all over the United
Mates. Men, women, and children
thrtit. The Air Cushion Pad holdj
; nothing else will. Consultation
' trL.1 free. I.ady In attendance for
, parlors, waiting, and consultation
Fame doer. Catalogue free. THE
CUSHION TRUSS COMPANY. 1224
floor. mhlQ-ii.ea
near aud likr
with comfort;
at.U two weeks
I adies. OBt-e
rtoms on the
ROR1CK A1K
F at. EW.. 2d
aai 1916 Pa. A?.
Pa. Avenue S. E. ,1
I
MA
ws
Wi vfms
vti&m
FINANCIAL.
If You Scalp
the market you don't need a knife.
Buy Wheat
on Ihc breaks, or downward dips,
Sell on Bulg
Take reasonable profits frequently.
than to hold a lonjr time for big piofit".
taard.Crosi)
STOCK BROKER,
S.E. Cor. Seventh St and Pa. Ave. fl VV.
FAST WIRE QUOTATIONS
FRACTIONAL LOTS
QUICKEST SERVICE IN THE CITY.
WE PAY WAR TAX.
ap3 -lino 'PHONE --KI7.
Fl-ii-i'l lPfi,ate ,0 buy Railway Stocka on re
linn I (..inii(. The market is in control of
&,-',, w the hi- bull le-idei reactions fright,
an timid people to releaie their holdingsfourag
eous people buy thera this mkea the market
position stronger, and on each rally pricru will
go lnghe. and higher. When the National Con
ventions are held and the Presidential campaign
Is open, look out lor a slump that will continue
until alter election. We deal in any stock luteM
on the New Yuik Stock Exti.angc. Small Iot3,
email margins, no interest, and instantaneous
service. L. I). FOVLER k CO ,
mh30-tf H21 F St. 'Phone 1745.
yg URPHY & QX
613 15th St. N. Y. Office, 6! Broadwa.
Etocka, Grain, Cotton, I'rovUlom.
We Invite an investigation of our financial stind
irg. WASHINGTON NATIONAL BANK REFEB
ENCES if desired; also Lowery Banking Co.,
Atlanta, and Mercantile Agencies. jel6-tf
Floney to Loan
At 4 and 5 per cent
ONltEAL ESTATE IN D. a
KO DELAY BEYOND EXAMINATION OF TTTL3
WiLTEIt U. ACKEK.
fll-ti :ot Hth K J B
UONET AT
Ah and 5 Per Cent.
tVetzpU Leaned en Real Estate la District -J
Columbia.
EE1SKELL A JIcLnRA.I.
IMS T Street. ocJs-.l
BarrtaoB Dlngman.
a a Jca'iiiS.
DiNGTylAN & JENKINS.
BROKERS.
Allantic Building, 930 F St.
10ms
by fast
wire
QnlcU Scr-rlce.
'Phone 1TTO.
Small Marglni,
Fractional Lota.
Lappin & Davis,
STOCK BROKERS,
529 SsTenlli St. N. W., S. E Car. F.
Ttlepfcexa 17(L
IT bava every faollfty for Uc quick eat!;
it erders la stocks and grata. Email axd large
lota receive equal attotloa oolt-tf.ea
Carley, Rosengarten & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
10 BHOAD ST.. KEW YORK.
Bonds, Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Provisions
"Special fast wire, cqnsttnt quetatiocs."
UAbHlNGTON OFFICE,
1421 F 5treet N. VV.
W. B. HIBB3 & CO.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
ettmbera Nw Terk Stock txchtar.
1419 F Street.
CcrrtaTcndscts of
LADEMIOHO, THALJ1A.V.1 CO.
New York.
Columbia Euilding Association.
Pre. J. T. Winter, Vice Pres. E. M. Gillett,
Sec. 0. P. Newton, Shares. $1.00 per month.
No back payments. Combines all the best
features of other association;.
PAID 6 PER CENT
to Its shareholders last year. Make; loans on
any form desired. Ita financial affairs are eco
nomically managed and guaranteed under the
rupervlsion of its board of director, by the
REALTY APPRAISAL AND AGENCY CO.,
INCORPORATED.
Offices. 610 13th St.
S. Vr". Woodward. Pre.; E. S. Parker, Vice
Pies.; W. J. Newton, Trea.
mhl5-lmo
EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE
BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
Organized November, 1S79.
HOW TO PAY FOR PROPERTY
IN THE EQUITABLE.
The Monthlv Pavment
On $1,000 it
On principal $5
?
On intercut 5
Total 210
On each additional $100 is $1
On each additional $1,C00 is $10
Interest is only charged for the time
money is used. At any time a borrower
can return a part of his loan and reduce
interest and payments, or he can pay a
loan off in full. Obtaining loans in the
Equitable saves interest, and ths borrower
gradually and surely frees his home aad
other property from debt.
Amount of loans made...
Amount of loans settled.
.$9,517,400 00
$S,28,551 75
Shares are $2.J0 monthly.
3Sth issue open for subscription.
Further information furnished upon in
quiry at the
OFFICE EQUITABLE BIJILDING, 1003 F
ST.
John .Icy Edson, President.
A. J. Schafhirt. Vice President.
George W. Casilear, Second Vice President.
Frank P. Rccside, Secretary,
mh 10, mon, thur, t f , em
WHEN IN D0UIT.TRY
f
Thcv have
Stood the testofvears.
2nd have cured thousands of
cases of Nervous. Diseases such
as Debility, Dizziness, Sleepless,
"ness and VaricoccIerAtrophy.&c
They clear the brain, strengthen
the circulation, make digestion
cerfect. and imnart a healthy
vigor to the whole being. All
drains sud losses are checked
kroner fifraln ftrmaruntly. Unless patients
OHUIIgHgaiUi -re properly curetl. their cooai
tion often worries them into Insanity, Oansump
tioe or Death. Mailed sealed. Price i t per box;
6 boxes, with'ifon-clad legal guarantee to cure or
refund the monev, f oa. fcenrl lor tree nook.
Addr-s-. pTriir"""":Pr' "' -tontl. 0.
For sale by Acker & Affleck, 1429 Pa. ave. nw.,
and Edward Stevens, Dtb and Pa. ave. nw.
If Pays Better
M&fc$ndr
- uannyggBTt.fgV1Mi'i''T'
BANKS AND TItliST COMPATIKS.
Union Trust and
Storage Company
of the District of Columbia.
Temporary Offices, Cor. 14th&FSts.
Capital Stock. $1,200,000.00.
This company It prepared to undertake til
trust business ak charge of estates, prepirn
"ills, and act aa Executor, Administrator, Trus
tee. Receiver, Aasignee, Committee of the tatata
of a minor, and any other kindred office.
Loans made en real estate and other approved
Mciirities at current rates of Interest.
Tbe company alto acts all trustee and register
for ether corporation.
ThU company is chartered to do a general stor
age busintas, anc Is abont to erect suitable build
ingt for warehouse p'jrpoats, for the storage of
goods and valuables, and for eold storage.
OFFICERS:
EDWARD J. STELLWAGEN. President.
JAMES C. PAYNE, First Vice PresidenL
GEORGE E. HAMILTON. Scond Vice PittS-
dent. Attorney, and Truat Officer.
CKOP.OK E. FLEMING. &cretary.
CHARLES 8. DRAPLEY, Treasurer.
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THE
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OT WASHINGTON, d. a
Capital, $500,000.
MCTJANCE OH
La GLAND. IRELAND. JKANCK AND G2IUlA!
Letters of Credit
ITAILABLE LI ALL FOREIGN I'ABtS.
UANK COIJ.IXTiONS.
ORDERS Ititi INVESTMENTS.
JTIOCKS AND BONDS. apM-9
S2.50 Less than i ce.v. S2-50
Per " day- Per
Year. ASafcBspojiiBtt. Year.
Washington Safa Deposit Ca.,
9 16-9 IS Pa. Ave
Cen to 4:80 ra aad Saturdays to I p. aa.
!r4-lyr-ra
atoNEv ivanti:d and to lua.t.
DO YOU WANT MONEY?
WHY HO WITHOIT ITf
Loans made same day you apply ia any amount
from $10 up to -6, on furniture, piano, or
pergonal property of any kind, witn tit re
moval from your pos-.ion, and at the very
lowest rates. You can make your own terms,
and pay bark a jour rrreMtrctances will per
mit. Our cftices ate up on the Fifth Floor,
away from the street, and are so arranged that
you can talk with u quietly nd rf.nfirt.ntially,
and you can rect oftured that no one outaide of
our otficeA will know you are harrowing money
Those who do not care to have their neijhbors or
friends know they are in need el rnony. ait the
ones we especially dtire to serve, tt'e wish to
give everyone a ;piare deal. Kini1r call and get
our rates.
POTOMAC OLAIIAXTEB LOAN CO.,
Sr2d-930 F S' . Near Sth nw.,
Room 7t, .V.nt.t Building.
Take Ie.t.jr to S'.h Floor
Money Loaned
On Furniture. On Pianos.
We loan jou any amount of money on your
furniture, p.ano;, organs, or any personal prop
erty. Our rates are cheaper and we give the
longest time and msfce psyrner.ts small. Frivate
offices, bu;Ir. ccsfidentiaL Call or send postal
to
Columbia Guarantee Company,
G13 F St. N. V.
mh30-tf,n
iVionev to Loan
-ON
Kous8holaJFurniti!re,Pianos,3lc,
If you are In need cf money, we desire to In
form you of oiSr new method. We can ascuie yoa
a loaa cc an easy mepthly payment plas, at Itts
coft than ever before and balow the rate of any
ether company in the city. Tou can pay in full
at any time after the loan Is sicured. and it will
only cost yoa for such tirce as you have hid the
money. Our busiaets is strictly private, and all
applications are treated confidentially. If yoo
hate t loan with any ether concern you can se
cure a loan through us to pay it and get mora
money II desired. It will pay you to call and sea
C before felr elsewhere. We ars ready at any
til timts durlrg office hcura to give informa
tion concerning ou Business methods, and you
will receive courteous treatment.
CAPITAL LOAN GCARANTEE CO.,
aplStl K2 F St. N. W.
r . .iinri upwards ntnrle
Loans st 10 on rnitvue.
JPIAXOS. HORSES,
Wagons, etc.. at lowest rites and on the day
ycu applr. W.e are jcanicj on th Building and
Lean Asaiclatlon plan, which makes the co,t of
s'rfying loans much I:sa than you pay else
where and allows' you to pay it o3 ia any sized
note you dsair. running from une ta twIv
months. You cniy pay for the use of money for
the length of tiiae you carry it. If you have a
loan with some other compsny we will pay it
off and advance you mer. money if desired. Rates
cheerfully giver and no cot :o you unltss losa
ia made,' Leans made ?sywhcre in tie District.
Call and get rate, .enr room, first floor. Sci
entific American Building.
National Mortgage Loan Co.
625 F Strczt s. w.
no-
HONEY
550.000
TiiONEy
To lean on furniture, piano., etc., without re
moval cr publicity and the day yon asi far iL
We will loan any amount making time and pay
ment. to suit, giving en- monin or one year aa
vou desire, tnd at rates that you can afford to
pay. II ycu ccw tav a loan with any ether
company and deslie mare money, give ui a call.
Will as cheerfully make a $10 loan st $i:o. and
no charge or expense if loan Is not made. Alwiyi
ready and willu-g to give information regarding
rates and methods to secure loan. We are thj
Oldest lean compiny in the eity, and "vill giv
you honest treatment AH business strictly coo
fidectial. Private ofiicei.
Wasliingion Mcrtgagg Loan Ca..
610
St rest N.W.
MONEY TO LOAN tt 3S,$. 3, 4, tnd 4H per
cent, in sums ol $l.fOO to $10.X0 on D. C.
real estate; pay off 5 and 4 per cent mortgages
and begin anew: all transsctions conducted with
ecdnomi'il consideration for borrowers. WM. IL
EAUNDERS k CO.. 1407 F st. nw. jyl tf-em
MONEY to loan on real estate; no commission;
"l.OiiO lots or les. Address Bos 44, tbh? office.
arN-ut,rni
MONEY leaned salaried people and retail mer
chants upec their own names, without se
curity; easy payments. TOLMAN, Room 4S. 903
914 O st. oc22-lyr
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED COLLAT-
ER.vL-No dc!ay, CHARLES A. nAKER.
Rooms 40 and 14, Metzerott Buiiding. 1110 F st.
Iil2-tf
UAt- UL Sore Throat. Piroplca. Copper Co.
cred Spots. Aches. Old Sores. Ulcers U Mouth.
Hair railing! Write
COOK REMEDY CO.
ItbV Masonic Temple. Chicago. 111., for proofs t
cures. Capital $500,000. We solicit the mst oo
Hiiiite cases. We have cured the wont catet Is
II to 13 days. 100-oaxt Book Free
To Repair
Broken Arti
cles uso
Major's
alCement
Remember
MAJOR'S
RUBBER
CEMENT,
MAJOR'S
LEATHER
CEMENT.
SORES, ULGERS, ben chronic,
depend upon poor and unhealthy blood. S. S. S.
makes new. rich blood and thesore A A
heals quickly. WWW
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( -tflajIBtaaaT
aaaVaaaaV
KIXANCIAL.
TRIPLER
LIQUID AIR CO.
Absolutely NO MOHK STOCK vrlll lio
oflfered nftrr April Ttb at
W.OO PER SHARE.
Tiie- very satisfactory development. at
the work, the progress made, and the
large subscrip'iens bfing received by the
Company, have decided the Beard of
Directors to close the is.ue Saturday,
April 7.
GERALD M. FEHNELL I CO.,
8 Coiigrem St.. HoMton.
II llroatlwn y. Ncsv York,
WAaHINGTON SAVINGS BANK,
Corner 12;h and G St. N W.
I Telephone Service,
53 Per Month and Dp. I
A Cheaper than car fare or
messenger hire.
f Emergencies promptly coped with by I
rreans of a te'epf-one. Don't wait for aa J
a emergency, but sub-ciibe today. X
The Chesapeake
and Potomac
Telephone
I Company
ha. mora than
a j 5,3C0 Telephone in
&,jt U3c in Washington.
Call (free)
Y Telphoes No. 3tS and 1S83,
J or address '
CONTRACT DEPARTAsONT, t
X !! Fourteenth Street.
PKKSONA.v.9.
Co?. 12th
and F Sis.
Oldest in age : lonijest located:
Regular graduate two schools:
Authonzsd by the District Government to treat
AUdisca-escf theXoe. Threat, anc! Lunji. Heart,
Nurres Brain, blood, bkiit. Stomach. Kidpcj'?. ana
Bladder, Night Lcs. S' xilal Wekne". anl fill)
fc'Seaial Olscaiesc f uitbersex. Slriettire, Varicocele
nJ Hyiiroctrle cured wiihout cutting or opeiatien.
No pain. No los of firne. A prompt and pcr
raanentcuregtiBranleecl Syrbili.fanystagp)cniKCl
Kxhfe without mercury or potash. No exposure,
CHARGES LOW.
MED ICIMES FURNISHED.
Daily Office Ilocrs 10 to 1 sad 3 to 6. Snadar,
JO to 12
FREE CONSULTATION.
Dr. Leathermaan,
EXPERT SPECIALIST in the cure ef all prvraU
iseiTsea. Hytlrocele, Varicocele. Stricture. In
potency, aad Sf phtlitie Des poiltively cjsed.
Advice and cetaultatioo tree. Bath saxes. Dally.
t Is. J to i. Tuesday. Thursdry. and Saturday.
Evcaicgs. T to 8.
U02 V Street Sorthwest.
fnotrd Susday.) mh30-U
REDl CED ! REDUCED
His readiszs J
Ladies, 55. Gent. 30c.
PROF. CLAY.
OhJ-.t tbbehed Cianvo.ant. tell voir bMfA.
love 5iis, TSrBily trouble, about Uwuitaa, df
vorces. or ant thing isu wish te know; briars
rrparjted tegtther, causes speedy marriages; rt
movei family 'rouble, bad lKk B'b. "" taTys
twious feeiin?. "l to 1 iy 4?" H st.
api 3t.em
The "3Qay&'' Cure
(for rnen) leads all remedies in this eMy; a
prompt and permanent cure or no charge. Caf.
sultaticr. free. DR. McKEEHAN, 5W Mt sr.
nw. OfSee hours. 9 to 12 a. m.; J to J fc a
Sundays, 2 to 4 p. m. mhSS-lmo
3l7 6thSt..Cor.l3. A.
-gUB. Washng-.at, O.a
X-KXT l.tUSJ F0"t EXA!BI.1JlTI8l A3 OI.40H53.
GERMAN SPECIALISTS In charge to treat ail
rkroaic 'Uwaaea cf rrjaa and w-jn. Ctitrzh.
Rheumatism. Brain. Sloctach. Hesrt. Eliey.
Bladder. Hcmorrht ids Pi) cured; vitality f
sfored. PRIVATE DISEASES. Stricture. Inspeteney.
Varicocele. Hydrocele. Syphilitic Sals and Blood
PoUon cured w.thont mercury
Especial x.Uatfon ia eld and so-catUrt JacuraMa
eaaea. treated and curt acccrnpllaasd. Salts. 13 1
II. 2 to C. Tuesdays. Thursdays, aad Saurdsz.
till 8 evening. (Sundiy closed.) Dr. CZAURA.
Fr Red is emlner-t'y fitted to ccpe w t'-
t d:eas of whjc-1 he mases a sp ..a.!-
15 DIPLOPIAS AND ( EKTIF1CATFS 2
Ct YEARS" 31 C CFSSFll PRAf TU SC
Dr Rie-1 c .r"-s raia'-th. kirinev. ai.ti
tomach troubles, brain and hadtlr ti4i
ble?t .exual weahWM awl all th pevtI
e!iie:' YtmtMUl inoawrenon. in .i
manhood. varicweTe. vt4roce1. atricmrF. c.,
without rutting r -'peratioB. ad withnm xtm
u of inercufy and other pepen?.
Pmmptne; and permanency nuke Dr. BwtTs
n.ethod particularly de-uab, Crs.i!ttiors Left.
Office hour, ! to 1. to . di'.y: Ss, W
to 12.
fTk . FULTON'S
" LOAN OFl'
3 14 Ninth Street iS. U'.
Ucnav leaned ca Watehea. Diamonds, iatetry.
Kta.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER -SOUCHT.
Business atnetly tccfldentiaL No connectiaa
with any other Loan Office in the city.
Mrs. M. EENNBR,
! Legally l!t.cn.d to practice obstetrics in the TJfa-
Royal Women' Hospital, Munich, Bavaria, anil
gj.d medal awarded far proficiency in tbe sseace
el obstetrics in that institution. Private S-rtrf-tsrium
for ladies before awl ehirinu eoaateeiBeat.
Trained nurse and expert attending physiciant to
treat all disease of woman. Offlee hui. kf a. mi
to G p. m. 621 Pa. ave. nw.. Wabin:t. . C.
Medium and Card Reader. Wahlagia mmt
famous Clairvoyant and Palmist. .Conssslt hr on
business, love, and family affairs; ieaade Shot
separated; removes spells; eaoaes emTy "
tU-es and giv hick. 'pi iiUy. fienaaa
gpok-en; 25c and 50c. 5 II st. aw. 9
GMSY lLMI--T. We 7th t. wr.. eit; id!
floor: walk tip; PU prreBS; hsrtyi elaaiiaan
.rparated brought tsrther; apea Stoaday.
iipj-'ii.eiu ,
LADIT who desfre a Monthly Regatataar tatt
cannot fail will pleae address with stap,
DR. STEVENS. Buffalo, N- Y.
dea,tu.th,at-ly
MR. L. NOR HIS. ILi'.;inioie" uleatsd aatdtaa, .it
730 0th st. nw.. (fiity. from 1 to S. Satiy
included; .eaBces Tnely and FrMay. S a. at,;
Wednesday. 2:30 p. m.; fSenAiy Dtg-i at ffltM.
heimJr's Hall, 514 th t. nw.; gaatl iimh; .tlve
cullcction. at-7.
ALL OIR PVTKONS mchanie3 awl wertipg
men) should not fail to s-ee our Eater Ste&.
A splendid lln of uiis of clothe and verenufr,
worn cniy some, made by "our" het tailor, at
prices to- suit your pecket. JUSTH'S OLD
STAND, 619 P. ajfl-.t
MME. DAVIS, born clairvoyant and card reader,
tells ttyout busincw, removes spells and evil
fsCueneea, reunites tbe separated, and givea luck
to,aH; suras piles and drunkenness. 1223 25th st.
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