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THE EVENING IDLES, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, APBIL 14. 1900.
APRIL DISASTERS AT SE Undent rifcrs Hit Heavily Through Unprecedented Stoims. Loiior sit This Reason IJiitiriI I n CA.ivut.t1 V I-Iwt of Hit' HonlK Tlint llne tlone How n I lie Hjelro Krnpluc Ofltpe l'lfiinlich 'Ilicro "Will Ho nn IinpreiMMiieiit in tlic A outlier XEW "iORK pril 14 The hlpb winds, hioh hae swept the Atlantic in the prese nt!. mtKrtli, 1ir? roswited in losos to the iiMitae underwriters which were nlooHl for in tM th rf the jer Underwriters expect sset mere or let liisgnUnii during tlio wtau- MHMith. bat in the laUer part ot .March aae, April diHiimui&n $ the number of marine casualties is leaked for. The underwriters "-ecorde for the first twelve dajb In April show an uatwmll long Jit of losses for this tean of the ytar. So far the pjesent mouth lme bace Jfharactcnaed bj a groat number of storms at sea Two meamslups were totallj lost In tho present month and not r few sus tained serious injur Sailing c-el6 were also unforiumm several of them having been alain1H.cd as wrecks The Britis-h bteamship Vala, which ar- rled in this, nort from Kio Janeiro m April l had rough weather throwgaoHt her entire oage On April 4 5 awl i she ran into a eneb of northwest gales which fmashed all her lifeboats, and did ooiMuieraule damage about the deOts The ncamship Mcxran bomowanl tiotjrxl from Tape Town, collided with tie steamship Wakefield about t iKth miles from Cape Town prior to April 0 She was abandoned in a sinking condition All hands were saed The British teiinsli p Mem non ariied at Bristol from I ortiand on April 8 with the los of 17C head of r t tlo Mie encountered c series of terrific galeA on the oKpe The Civile lm steamship New i ork which ariied ie6terelav from est In Ian pons had on board time ot the crew fro-n Ibe Spanish sttmusnip George. roie, wnich fotiiMkred at sea off the eew-t of Santo Domingo on the moinhig of M-ih 2li The men said that no oat kn w wba wws the umtetr with Crcifee fcbt ju&t fulled vviShoiH warning and sank The steamship Condor from tthirfields went ashore about Rftj miles north of IHweHeMr, on pril C She is Mill strands 1 The steamship Sminiva left New Orieai : u April 7 tc go to her aswistam-e Tin Brirt steamship Amsdale arrived in Mu Chester f-om Galveston on April 3 vi-h a fire In few cargo of cotton A jwruoii f the cm Wat. a :pl m- A lefHW froMi the hshiiig steamship liditk which arrived at Seattle em iil 7 from tkt fcallrbtu fishing hanks v thaf. tktt picked up a lifeboat mars 1 Syitwy" on Marrh 3W A report from Yokohama dated April J save the Bri ih bark Iranian was wrecked off Ibeu on tike. Jftpmicsp coast (Oliver saiitng vessels which have been Iom 'n the p-esent moath are the John I) Ixwfc scbooHci bow ml from Charleston t VrovMeBe M"feoener 1-aara Robinson, from Maine fo- iv. York new rescued li ttftuners and the toHooner William II liense! from Tloudsui for BhIiihhmc Besides tbese ihcre wen at leai thirtj otkor anilmg vessels thai sHtamed serious damage in ibe first tweHt das of the ' inniith Tlio lot wit recent h issued b the Hy drograpliu Ofllce predicts a cessation of high wind- oh the north AtlanUc in the last half of ihi mouth and underwater are hopini; that it will jrot irue ENCOUNTERED SEVERE GALES. 'i ii 11 i'Niui uiii lt in I u i K iORK ril 14 The Hainburg American frtighi steaitn-hip llisiiauia Cap tain Von I.ineiiff-1. armd this morning from Strtihi ia Halifax N S afier a iBfi eioimj iwsmgt Homw leather wa oHCmd throughout tlie ro-ge l-ron t March "1 lo pni i the Hi'-pama ieri j eneea a mi cession oi neaw souuiwe-t and oithwe;t gh wh treii4ouK beas , Vhitih Hooded tin- stauislii!s 4(cl fore , imu iiii pi"e&iiii; ii " rxn1- sua whiiji oxoer 1 i . .1- i- a a -. damage about thi deeks On AimH 4 l'riir Ludweifclieet a -eaHaii 6 washed oerloard from ibe after deck I and lost A lifeboat wa launched but J ooh after lcamg thi vteamship s -idt sh war, trek In a 1mi sea and capsieed llet crew of Hie tu n wre hauled on board tltc sfoAinship with gieat ditheulij Tbt llfdboat was alMiidoned on account of the jre-aHlug liad weatlier The Hi"iania s intn of oal running tthorl sht as oMIged to put into Halifax to replenish her bunker. TRAMPED MANY MILES. A :tri Wnlk Priim t uuniiii to I'IiiIikIi Ipliin. I'MlhAUni IHI pnl 14 Prem Xel lie MoHenr twent-one vears of agt who ba that hc left her home in AVest iHotuland Cioss Roads Va on I'ridax, April f and sfarfed to walk to Coatesulle, Pa auied in this tin trael-stamcd and foot sore Policeman Robinson who wet the phu k traelei wa. o iHipie-ed with the sfor she told him that he illantl ccoited her Jo tin statiouhouHt and turned hei oei to the matron The latter after a liboi.il mmlii hIioh of soaii and water suc- (eeiled m restoring ihe i;irl to a state of j omparali cleanltm-ss Aftei ating a heartj breakfast wnided at the expense of the jKiHeeman the girl l elated tin storj of her expeiience as a tramp She "said that her mother had been left a widow at Westmoreland Cross Ho ids Va and was obliged to sh aid from hei rolathes- at Coatesllle Pa The widow hid mereh sufficient inone to n htr own fart snd that of her little bo and Xelhe was left behind fche got so lonelv that with $1 for tpenseo she started walk to her mother Her tramp finalh j landed her in Philadelphia 0N TOP OF A MAIL CAR Iiiii Ilo I'eiirful Itiele New Vurk t entrnl I lironuli the 'runnel. YOXKERS X Y. April 14 fter a I oioifni ..iT.r.ti.tic ... win. h death ! seemed imminent at ani time George Huxon ge seentecn and John Corker age eighteen, two bright ouths of Cam bridge Mass are toda prisoners inthe Yonkers jail Coikcr is suffering from sexore injuiies ieceied while traxelmg on the Montreal Express through the Xew York Central tunnel in the Borough of Manhattan at the rate of sit miles an hour. Huxon and Coikeij according to their stories told to Judge Kellocg thit, morn ing, left their homes In Cambridge one FREE OQOK TO MEN Jend for rcy little boot on Nature's Cure. It is written to encourage men who lack Mgor, having Drains, Losses, Irnpotency. Varicocele, etc. It de scribes my famous DR. .SAN DEN ELECTRIC BEL1, with electric sus pensorj.the world's great est home self treatment for all results of jouthful errors. orn at night, it aires while lou sleep Oier 1 ooo gave testimony during iSoq No drujrs to wreck the stomach. Write for abo e book tewJay. sent free In plain sealed enelope, or the belt may x ex,a:n,ned at my office. I answer al 1 letters per icrally, and give the benefit tof mysojears ex 045?iT7fvvv -. - " . . .. - : . m j- i . ....... ... DISEASE UNNATURAL. Health Has Been Proven the Natural State of Man Weltmsrism the Only Method Known to Man That Will Transform Disease Into Health Without the Aid of Drujs or the Surgeon's Knife. WELTMERISM THE It . i :i ilir r tr 1 fltx) U si i I I n ' Uir in t n rt(T JlU I' I l& li-ld r Tllf ?iealine It V -i" ! ' l It"' J.iatrn of I Me j?r bad, ur tnl ars bf tr tlio vn of Rod fMdk Ida adteM oil erth. ail !ml that thf n4. wrre iwaled at the ! of Umpire l mat efi, who a-aw ifceir patknts -n.tfetiotf. and ther e iorward t the d wi-!i foulajii, term ed tb llealint; God maih- wuraoulmi- iin, and , irom that du ttutll this the lucihod-. wlicrtbv the tk art Heated have Wra icn uwin ttientitic j iK(5nJtf We h.vo all)th and iKMiit-olutln. j lh it tfce old vdioQl hae stfen the world Hincti benefit. lrt td ih'w km! ha insilc its Kw- to tbr ctvilwed nrwkL It is known as lntri!-iii wd ff rtf M-tctc io thf ina It j imwl of l'rof 5 WoltHMT, tlvo cimncit cion ttct of tii Mo lln- wondfrftd hioiImmI wlnh h' )wcn itv"lf te in ihe i.rfaict oaraint jow r Known to maa Ml- ii j jH'iiliar although in It lake- a a found a )wrfntl iMtiml mami.r I tion that all di tw-.-art abt) niul ami thatlnaltli 1 if natural. ll)rfir, if Ikm1 Ik li-fa-Hj n i in j waaitanil i4iiieti. and wind oiuhoui th ..owfcrfal woth.-i te lnrp to the m of th. troll. a id )bt i!h U$ hi that torditmn wm niatlt ,d,lllt ,hal t ht. lt was firt CTwn r lbc ,,!, Mamiallt a itmi mam ktp ins nii t i1kh1 ihc idm Hut a met nod had . w --Jif.-. lrii ntTi.trd ti1i would cure ocn known di fi-e I'rol Wehiae' wa jm-. itn th the KH-tlxid uhn-li l-i Ills name was all he tlaniHtl for ii and ht diMdol that he would jut hts nuih to V rr.t. Jip tHrfme maucurjtcd mi be Hnw tlx 1 n t Irea'mcut lr t!u he meam that he-ei"ijc iwms iw iiwutr i ! what tac'hriJWr,c-vii r at what iIiUikp XH ' arr from bun at V 'ok1 of tin irratmeiU ni ) MratuH the iitrJ-'inty. wiii Ik life .di rct-ord wlketi SSfiftnflWP ihti" Jti'atrti al)d whert onh 32 bav 1kti JfAi d w o cri n a tJJlh urpl week ago tbWgji fgh t s of the metrop- I oli- Thercpiijrvl&ll their entire capital j and btgan to plniFdrat'e measures to so. ture their return home After haing sp?nt an enure di on the fool bridge that spU)s the Grand Ctntial ard at Fortv eighth 'street the bois dc- termmeel to Iniird a Boston express under ! cotr of daikness Thc awaited the ap- j proath of one outbound tram from the bridge and as the mail coach of the Mon treal midnight express passed under it both bos dropped to the roof of the tar belit ung it was the Boston train Hirdlj had th secured thtmstles to the roof than tho wen confronted b the tunnel What followcel is best elescribcd in Hu on s staummi to the ourt The train was inireaaing its speed rapidli our honoi he said Wedrop- I peel down on our fae.es and extended our seles full length on the car The top of the tunnel grazed the bath of our heads and our bicks 11 the time the suspense was awful The whirl and buzz of the train in the darkness with an occasional bump from the crest of the tunnel made us awful sick I escapid serious injurj, but I tould bear Corkerj moaning with pain and 1 knew he was being crushed He is bigger linn I am rnil fared worse We were stifled with the black dust of the place and I could not tell wheie I was until we leached the Hnilcm Rher After a few minute. s more I called to Corkerj' an(i i then slid uown the side of the mail CTr i kicked at the window and knocked it in The express agent thought I was a robber and he dragged me to the plat form of the car " The oung men were turned ocr to Po liceman James Nolan at Yonkers Cork- erj was a'mo t naked The flesh from his ba 1 as torn and mangled The b-ck of his head was bruised and cut and his heols wire injured He was taken to St, John'b Hospital where his wounds were dressed The oung men were remanded on the :e qucst of Police Captnin McLoughllc. as there 5s a suspicion that the jouths wer bent on robbing the train THE HAGERST0WN LIBRARY. IJrle-l.lii t t fintribiitc n Dnj's I.a lieir to Its Support. HAGERSTOWX. Md . April 14 A dele gation from the Hagerstown Bricklajers Union called on the promoters of the pro posed public free librao, to which Mr. B F. Newcomer, of Baltimore, contributed JiO.OOO, and promised that each member of the union wo aid gie a daj's work on the library building, which is expected to begin In a few weeks An architect is drawing plans for the building Appropriated. Go eminent Propertj. JERSEY CITY, N. J , pril 14 --United States Commissioner Rowe jesterda af ternoon held Thomas Erickson and Morton Sorenson, officials of tho United States Ordnance Department at Sand Hook, in ?5,000 ball each for trial on charges of ap- j I(J71 lflllU(j CVVCl tila Otll CIcip IIUU UJ. longing to the Goernment, and seeing l them as Junk. Lieut Charles Jamison I .testified the stolen niaterial had never . . - - - been discarded bj Uie Goernment. Ut - CU UlS'tlll GROWING GLORY OF 52 PROF. S A. WELTMER. rr 1 4 1 tt "V-U im rab e let n Kr-f i l " i tive t. va t i s ii 1 will n n ri -j ' Ki n t a r ma either n r M ' Trr u tin . tlHTlii ii a in f I tr it rjlllf I ha tin tiieii tMiict t t tie ire- and J i TliriMich the t.uitfM f l'rof 1 11 Kelt t1" i iiunnt i-o libutir of l'rof s. Weimar, we in prnnittiel lM?rc to ropreKhuc a frw of llie nni tliemml testimonial that hae Uen ieerid T T l!otk- of Pan. Mo . the Prfwetitinp t totnn if Monroe fount, eutfcied for ears w tl ' -v-iatit Hhtnnnati'-iii Tried eifrvtiiini; with ut I lxmht Aar iru-tauth cured through 1 rof Wilt nier's li-cni Treatment I Mi ( It t.raham of Iloie (ltj. hrai J altlutrd for nine enr- with rliounuti-m s ' cmilil not walk without rnitche or lift her liHtids to her hvad .ho paid out o Wl with iloclors Up foro comin,; te c-da "lit now proclaim, her -e!f cured itnl i happi uomtn, tlirouch welnnir Mil Mr 1 H llcn Of uroia Springs M wa in a h pole- condition, a. hp iifTertil t itn e-orvuiiiptie n in its nor t form '"Ik1 e lid licp witliou the. in! of morphiiw Trioel cvi thing without rtlirf Firfh ritorrd b 1' f Wtltmers lent Tiealmeiit 1) V Mfoid uf phI vnc Ipuell t ounti KaF Mitlmed for tlr e-ar-. with k'dne ami st mar h liouhle tn-l i lt mediral author li- but wa told lhat a e ww hopelt Took Prof WeiUncr"- bont Tre imiit and in three elais was owed Mr Irwin I Iiwh IjVeMe'W Mo, was for wo oar afrlicti-d with ulceration of ihe wenib lart aiwl r. maeh tioubles and ttieral elebihU , was trtliiKei to a tneii -Vcleton ftrr tiking i,all tu. uf evbnoMous niedieim without relief she ii led the Wiltmer b'int rreatimnt In lr-ss tuan thin da she s cntirelv ielutd ami am-d 1 I Mill II t- eltmtrim i undmibtrdh the re-ateM ilit-MH er of the au. and tho Mv-tut Tieatiunn of thi wendrtiil Hiemc i indece a revWalion. far throuch it l'rof Woltmer can rte.h all llas!e of pe-ople no milter it what di tjnc the ht 1I wntins l'rof Weltmer Ncaela Mo u will teecnr frre of charze Tilt Masnetie Iriimal a 40-pase llliu-trat d Maparim and a lont lil of the most r. in likable Hires eer nude " hi:ijcioi s mum i:s. (hlll'-llW tlhNth bHTt HI- ntll lotiire en the Mibjert of Chn.i an S iem an! Hon t Heal the itk will be deln end in C01. 0I1UK C SMIIN in roiifcilcrate iterans Hall, 431 11th st nw on 'TXTLlk dTbunuVVi s.jin lm,i(, u,e au.,)ice of the nefonn dristun . uki tluule if Mien In a leeuirer of the Or thoi l hu nan iitnte Lhure.li woule tl eatti indent -IIW Ml are urilialli milled The hall l thou comfi ri ihle and cuitralli loe iteel r 0111 llo It em HALTED BY A TRAMP. I lii- I'pcrlciue of n Ioiiiik Wiiiuiiii at Mammon ton. .1 HMMOTON . J. April 14 Hattie Mathias, seenteen-jeai-old attacked bj a tramp last night a Miss was . she was going from her home to call on a friend Ining three squares awa. She was walking along I2gg Harbor Roael, which runs parallel with the West Jersej and Seashore Railroad tracks, when a man stepped up to her. catching her b the arm, and remarked' "Where arc ou go ing7 1 will go along with ..ou " At the same time Miss Mathias siw two more men standing behind a large tiee Xot losing her presence of mind, the joung rwoman pulled herself from the mans grasp and ian to the house of Bert Be eragc aud tola her storj As soon as pos sible men staited after the tramps- hut the had fled It was learned that thtv were put off a freight tram late yesterdt afternoon Skeptles 'liirn Ilelloern nnil Vre Cureel "When I lead that l)r gnew's Catarrhal Powder could rebeie Catarrh in 10 ininute.s I uai far from beins connnced I tried it a iincle puff through the blower iffonled in tant relief, stopped piin oier the eves and clean cd the na.l pacsasc Todai I am free trom Catarrh" B 1 Kas,an t. (haston, Pa,) epcr lencc In"! been that or thousands of other'? and maj be lour sjj n j. g Williams, oth and 1 stir I dmonds &. William, 3d and Pa ae 1 Sell cted Golel Proper! its In Gconria and Alabama with Rood lems e-irriitnj ores ai erasing $7 to $o0 per ton at price from 53,000 to ?a0 000 Coal properties in Tennetvec and labama, with high epialit coab, axeragin 16,000 tons to the acre, on lines of railuai, prices from $7 to !s.0 an acre Mica and lion Ore land COPI'FIt PnOITRTn West and South, with ore" aicrafjirwr from lit to 10 per cent cop per For particulars address COAL AM) Ml LRL LNDS COMPVN, Mlatoona, Ga . Good Letter Trom n Bright Girl. Miss ictona A Berus, Lyon, N. , irrites "I am stenographer of the Democratic Press office, snd in my official position have frequently reatl proofs of the adicrtisements of Chamberlain's Cough Reniedj. I liaie never been troubled with a cold until thus winter, and, like many other fool ish people went io the doctor instead of to the drug store. As you maj have seen b the paper, ive have had a very hard snowstorm In going to the office the other morning I caught cold, and as a remit had a terrible couch. This time, instead of going to the doctor, I wrent to the drug store and purclmed a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough IltiiJiuj ......, ......vv . -outlet, ta.fitti' tion, did me more good Uun all the medicines !.?. "cruscd for the smew purpow, or ;n less han fhrap (HVS TTIV rrniPh h1 hlif V rlitennair Vsale by W l wbrtSafclSS m w'!. SSw tail, and all elruggut:. THE 19TH CENTURY. Tcadie His MelhoJ lo Oilers Uj.nl II alnu, is -iji t Mixouri i It i f it is in.sti tin -eeretr ii 1 treasurer It i mpcw-ible for I'r f Inner t a ir I ti tin enor a i de mands nu.ii u,n Ii in to . r He t litre e n wihl e- other to tjke up his i fej.l I) m tint 1 1 inae nli upon '( em tr. ifM.t him s i ble wt rk Mtth ehu in mpw t i i mern in "n Itoei 'f Matrretn Iba ut. na. fnond Ml P e n ethrd ler 'e frsl anil in u-e t '1 1 Mh 1 is s, unplttr in all it, liijil. ,, tlut the i.ltnts 1 eroiin II- erttl n nt l'rof Wiltmer himfelf In this I'luu J n ki ii t.iat art to i ure in ten daJ Thi, noble proteioii is taught ' ither bv mail or per on.il tikstrue lion.- tin ire- who doirt' ein learn ii and am one iIk learns can practiu it This lias been alHiuelantle proien b the srtat mimbtr w!k han Teen ntru ted and who are in the aetlie prsi tiJ' of 1 ehnc bi this met ik l Iiii. is 1m i iid drtiibt the lestpann profession of tho ate asttuitinth who haie learn rd this mtthed throii.h tin Vnientan School of MacnctK ll.ahni: are tailing from 'slO to $ per elai ll attdrisfirifr l're J 1) h Hi Niiotari iiiila Mo , eou will reseiie full untrue tiolis lice ol ilnrj.e A SIDEWALK CHAT. "How do you do?" "The Regent Shoe?" "Yes." "Quite a stylish shoe?" "Yes." "Perfect fitting?" "Yes." "Wears well ?" "Yes." "How much?" "$2.50." "Well, I guess 1 will get a pair." The Regent, 943 Pa. Ave. STORAGE. 6TORAGI-, 75 cents per Joad.l'NITfc.D STATES STORAGE CO , 420 10th si . nn. ap!2 3t W. I. DOUGLAS ?150 SHOE. UNION MA Vy WMbiDstoo Store, 1013 P. Te. aw. n ici vi.. How He "Hustled" fhe incjard WeM) Mne says- One of the p1cajii(n,l sights we liaic had n ht: town in a long time wxs the arfLtic man-, ner in which John (.rilBn buneo Hill hrugcr, who died cince our last itue Mr. l.riRin had Ins trade at hu finger end, and he handled j our dead citizen with an igiht that was ttart- . ling in ltd fjriiualiti Up w-h cie.rwherc all the time, weeping with the ifflictcel ividoiv, tbe uting weather pro. pectt with the farmers, and solieitin hufincs from the other attending at the funeral He will doubtless be able to fcet all the buinc in these, part To Oet Business it is necefhan to hustle ' mil alto to do the bufiiKrs troperli, so as to plea e cvervlxxlv Our serine ii!ase iverjbod all the time If ani thug (,oe wrong we n akc it right," if there is j difference of opinion we ' plit the differ enco ' Wc have over 40 branih otfieex, all con tinted b our own prnate lc-ied lire's, with our htadijiiartiM in New oik Our Ilo-ton and I'l iladejplna olficrs are in eliaige of c iiipetent managers, well kinmn t, the trade Prompt iettleiiieutn made elaili Tr our rinict and r. ad our free book Howard.Crosby & Co OOrCfjtrut St. Phlla Zi Canp-Mi St Biitsi 02 ViII St . New York J. M. KLEIN STOCK BKOhEH, S.E Cor. Seventh St and Pa Ave N W FAST WIRE QUOTATIONS FRACTIONAL LOTS QUIChrST StltMCb IN Tllf CITY Wh PAY WARTT p31mc 'PIIONL 2107. Don't hcaitate to buy Railuaj Stccka on re cession The market is in control of the bi ' hull traders reartians fricll' en timid people to release their holdings tourag ecu p-cple Luy them this makes the ma-ket position ttronser and on each rall prices will go hifcher and higher When the National Con vcutions are held and the Presidential campaign Is open, look tut for a slump that will contirue until alter election We deal in anj stock lioted on the New otts. Stock KxcuanRe Small lou, tmall margins, no .ctcrc&t. and iiia'antanctu service L 11 FO.'.IHt A CO mb30 If im V St 'Phone 1713 6 3 5th St H Y Offic; 6 Bnadwa Slocka. e.rnln. Idltun, I'rui lalona. We Invite an investigation ot our financial attnd ire WASHINGTON NATIONAL BANK REFFB INC1S i deired, slso Lowery Banking Co. AtlanU, and Uercantile Agencies Jel6 tf iloney to Loan At 4h and 5 per cent OS HEAL ESTATE l.N O a SO DELA IlrO;l I-XtUlNATlO.N OF T1TLS WiLrUU U. ACKCH Sl) tt id lib ST X UO.NtT AT Ah and 5 Per Cent. rrcicpU Lcufd en Rett EsUt to Dlstrlcs J Columbia. I1UISICELL A McLEIlAJI, 1008 F Street. oci II HjTlon D'nirman. A. C Jeinlnt. DINGiVIAN & JENKINS. BROKERS. Atlantic Building, 930 F St. QUOTATIONS by fast wire Quick Service. Small Marfcm. 'I'honc ITT -J. FrBclluunl I.ut. Lappin & Davis, STOCK BROKERS, 29 5eenth St N. W., S. E. Cor. F. Telephone I7C Tie have eiery facility for ibe (rules execufoa tf ctaers In itockt inJ rrali 8mall and It-ji IcU rerelve urual ttf ntion uo!4 tf era Carley, Rosengarten & Co., BANKERS AM) BROKtRS. tO BROAD ST. NEW lOHK. Boitfjs, Stocks, Cotton, Grain, Provisions ' Special fast wire, constant eruotations " IV As.lt'N(.TJ ell-r it y J4 21 FjStreet N. W. W. B. HI BBS & CO. HANKFM AND BflOKEHS. Sfecnbera N.w Vork Stock Lx-Mdi. 1419 F Street. Corrtnvindcnti of LAEKNIIUHU. TUAI.MA7JT Jt CO. Kw York The New York Buffef, The Best of Evcr thmp;. The business man's resort. The mint ielec roek cf liquors and rian In the city KURICH'3 MAERZEN and SENATE BEERS On Draught. CRLAM ALES. STOCK ALCS WD PORTfcR On Drajght. Hontcr, Wllnon. and Camtalr'i Hye. WILLIAM J. VOiNDERHEIDE, 405 Tenth Street S .W. ELIXIR BABEK Sure cure for Malaria, Chills and tever Also Colds Ij Crip, Neuralgia, etc At all drugg'tts. apS tf.cm MAKE PERFECT MEN DO NOT DESPAIR ! Do not S if le- I-onperl The joyg and ambitions of lire can Dei restoied lo y u Tli very ocaeIIol lervoni ipei nil) aro r. i.soiuteiy cureo: oy PEKFKTO IT c rAKLETS Give prompt relief to In loinma faillntr memory and the waste and drain ot vital powers Incurred by indiscretions orexcevsesof earlj year Impart vieor and potency to everv f une tton Brace up trie system Uivo -ssjw bloom to tb cheeks and lastre to tho eyes ofrTNvoimi. or old. One aOr box renews vital energy 851TJ6 boxes at ti SOacomp ete guaranteed cure yjTlTyo" money re funded Can be cirrled In vest ' pocket "old everywhere or mailed in plain wrapper on lecelptof rrice by THE FKUFEITO CO.. Ctxlsn D If , Ikletro, Ilk SIT-M-iNs PHVRJ1VCV, Ott 4 Pa 1IINR h VS, 022 t st ave , and WALL PAl'IZlt. LVCT1R Hlie rorf, and violeU arc not elaintier m pnttier than our lieu fpriric de-ipns in nail paper The lait,cit nist aried and cer tainli the hauelsomet patterns we've ever hoim. Iloonn papered uti tine-t work onli 4J up K (5 NOI.Tr 810 0th st NOIIIUNCH apll tf ROOMS papered, $1 TCTup, tramples brought, wcrk guaranteed HUNT, Ijo Mioun aie. apl0 7t ROOMS papered, SI 75 up, guaranteed. RICH ARD S RNE. 5th and II its. ne. mh'Mrao CHURCH AOTICES. Tilt r 1)1 CATION I, VND RhLIGIors sOtlbTV OF SPIRITUALISTS, incorporated October 1, 1609, hold- servicer every Sunelai at S p m , M ''e.hmidt's Hall, 516 9th st nw Mrs lulia War neke will give test- Good speaking and nmic. Seats free lt.cm IIHFOKM CHRISTIAN SCIFNCT. CHURCH-Sen- lees at I SO o'clock Sundai atteinoon and 7 30 o'clock rnelaj evening, in Confederate Veterans Hall, 431 11th .t nw beats free to all It.eiu SLCULR ILAOUE, Maonit Tenple. Sindavs, 3 p m , April 15, Mr hnjeler, "l-alse Claims of the Church," April X", Trench a illustrated lecture on ' Indn " lt 'THE LMTLD STATES IV PKOPHECY" will be the subject of a dise-our3c by Evangelist A. F. Ballengcr, Sandai at 7 4r p in . in the Church of the Blessed Hope, Sth st ne . bet. K and G , Tie fpeaker will undertake to show that the time, plait, and manner of ne of the United fctates, with its institutional characteristics, are described in the prophetic Scruiurcs. Jt,cm SVl Pg-gMJ 0: aiiitW 'ill i vm 44$Q3 rniu c.s : tcicyuuuc joi vice, $3 Per Month and Up. Cheaper than car fare or messenger hire. I I I ! it Emergencies promptly coped with by mears of a. telephone Don't wait f-r an emergency, but subscribe today. The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company has more than 5 3,3G0 Telephones tn J use in Washington. CiII (free) Telerhcnes Cos S45 and ls33. cr addrej CONTRACT DEPARTMENT. OlSl fourteenth Street. 44s4 DAN US AMI TltChT COill'A-fES. HAVE YOUR WILL PREPARED B THE Union Trust and Storage Co. of the Ui-lnct of Cob mma 1M0 I 't W WilU i!ra w n naming the Compan Hinutor r Trustee kept s.ifel and without eharee IDWMM) J STUI.W fJLN, Prevident )m t. I'llM, lit iee lrerttrBt OlOKf.l 1- II Villi TON. 2d i President Vt tornry, anel Trt OtBeer fllVItlKS fe imvDII-V, Treirer (.lOHOh L. HIMINO, -s. rn . e apl I 7t to RIGGS HAUUilAL BAM Or oAJSHINGTOt. d a Capital, $500,000. CICHANGE 05 tN GLAND. IHCLAVO. 1KANCE AND QZBMXJ1 Letters of Credit ivjn.Anr.K in ai f. fobeion paht BAsh fOLIFCTiONa. ORnrrts foh jn tsTMivrs. ETOCr.3 AVD HOVPa. apJJ d S2.50 i-cm tllau' cei: $2-50 Per n day. per Year. ASafeDsnasit Bat Year. Washington Saf3 Deposi. Co., 9 16-9 IS Pa. Ave Open to 4 So p m dJ baturiUvt to 1 p. s lylA-lTTm ATLAS TABLLTS imis rt and re-foic to ea th pe s n iffc im: rwr I t u. r weak memori ri e niiefw i iln rcan W 1 eire temi ra weaoX'Ss elespomb'my, ef THE TI V5 TVI'.lir tO li.lJ Fi bert At P'ula lelph a t T a e at Mevcns Pharmaiv. 'th and ra ave , a-d It nry tvana, 9L t t nw HAM OL sor Throat. I'l npic. topper Le ered Spots. Aches, Old ba ea. L leers In klouta. UU rallies 7 Writ COOK REMEDY CO. :til Masonic Terrpte Chicago, III . for proofs o' rcies. Capital 500,000 We solicit the most cb ilinale LAsKt e have cured the worst caaea U U to U dars- 10eoa Book free STOMachstaBLETS 25 TABLETS CENTS TAKE THEM WHENEVER YOU FEEL POORLY H)R gyif m vii nnif.nTg, MADE ME'AMANl AJAXTABLCTSFOSITIVELYCCRE JLUtJierrou Iitttzsrt Foiling ilea ory.lnjpctencr.Ieeplsesness etc.cansed I by busu o- other Excesses and Indls- I V rtKtcroLcst itah'y in caorjounff and fitaisanforstscy. business or Qarriasr fttCS frevmi insanity una consumption If taken in timet. Their nse shows lomcdiato improve- znentosd ejects a COItE vrhero nil other fail Is slst npoa having the genuine Aiax Tablets. They have cored thousands snd willcnroyon- Ws civo a pos itive written cnaraateo to effsctn euro CflpTC in each case or refund tha money. PricesJUUI wiper packace, or six pkses (fell trentmentl for 2X0- By call, la plain wrapper noon receipt of rnco Circular ft AJAX REMEDY CO., h"u For sale in Washington, U C . bj Edward Steiecs, 9th and Ps ave Edmonds i. Williams. Sd and I'a aie R L. Eliot. 1017 II st. nw , and W G Duckett. 2100 Pa ave . Drucglsts. Ia24 tu th ra tf WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY Thev have Stood the tcstotvears. and hae cured thousands of cases of Nervous Diseases, such a.s Debility, Dizziness. Sleepless ness and ancocele, Atrophy.&c Thcj clearthe brain, strengthen the circulation, make digestioa perfect, and impart a healthy vigor to the whole belne. All drains and losses are checked StrnnnrAo-ain t'rnantntly. Unless patients wr-w.iriQui.i. .e properlv cured, their cocoi tion often worries them intolnsamty, Consump tior or Death Mailed sealed Price t per hex; 6 boxes, with Iron-clad legal guarantee to cure cr refund tne money, i; oo Send for free bock i Address PEAL MECIC1NE CO . Cleveland. 0. For sale by Acker & Affleck, 1429 Pa. arc. nw , i and Ldnard Stevens. Btb and Pa. ave. nw. Uncle Sam Don't Wear y-"r-'""'. a Truss, but he carries the Air imr Cushion Truss all over the L'nited 9 WT States. Men, women, and children wear and like tbem The Mr Cushion Pad hole! with comfon, nothing else will. Consu'tation and two weeks' trial free. Lady in attendance for Ladies. Off! e, parlors, waiting, and consultation rooms on the same floor Catalogue free THE IJORICh AIR CUSHION TRLSS COMPANY. 1224 F st nw , Sd floor mhlO tf era BICYCLE BARGAINS! We are doing an actup bu mess n R cvtle- liee.aiLe our whceN arp um'orui with our prices Jl ST RIGHT. IF R0t -wheel .... splndid $22.50 Rr VDING STVNDARD, wonder for the price , $27.50 1VER JOHNSON, true and Or (If) reliable . 3iDD-JJ WaIford's7Pa9L Play Ball! The great national game will scon be in full blast (.et jour mm. iiMretlier and let us outfit J on We make a -.pec salt of supplvmg rlubs- and make the mot liberal terms. i?ee atiWe earn all the beot make'' of sporting and athletic goods of all kinels. M. A. TAPPAN & CO., Sporting: Goods, 1339 F St. auU2t rfv j i i liir J&Z-Jne(r$ JXCVEY 1V1XTKD A.-JD TO I.OV'. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY Wc have plenty f i ijrier a: fi d no,il to 1 an nt HOI HeLr rl HMTt UK. I'l VNO, ORt. VNS, hTC. See ri y renal in nwnff'l r -t. n U.ans are matte aille in i-mal! ear moatkly lannenf- Hosiaem atrtctaV prnate No Mpee wwhwo loan L4 mad lotoiwian r erfully ?iiv Private MMn f r jj.iin. Our tttn af w 1 w a fTred hv otbera, ael v ti will Hml it t Kim a4 tjni ige f , deal with the M er a sheet ml reliable CPITAL LOAN GURANTEE vO., DO YOU WANT MONEY? win GO WITHOUT IT? I oans made same day you apply in. -y . w uH to saw, on hirnitwe, uuw, r peronaI property of any kind, wtibM -moral from your possession, and at Ibe very lowest rates You can make yir own iniM, anel pay Lack as your eirewiftaiKes a ,11 per mit Our effices are up on the nN Ftee-, anay from the strett and are so arrae;eel tfcat J on ran talk with us cpietly awl eonMtMfalty. and you can rest awured that m one rtMe at our otBceg will kiww you are herrowir mtMy. Thwe who do not eare to have their Beigfebois or friends know tfcei are in need of money, ate the ones we especially desire te serve. We wish to j giie everyone a square deal Kimlly call and gtt our ntts I'OTOUAC OL K IVTEE LOW CO., S23 980 F "sr . Near Pth nr , Room li. Atlantic Building Take Heater to 5th Floor Money Loaned On Furniture. On Pianos. We loan you any amount of money on your furni.ure, piano, organs or any pergonal prop erty Our rates are cheaper ami we give tha longest time ard make payment, small Private cfice. business confident al Call or tend postal o Columbia Guarantee Company, 613 F St. n. w. mhSO-tf.em 'n-iu upnnnl. mnilc Loans of $19 - firmt. II'IANOS. IIOK TOItE. SES. Wagons, etc. at lowest rates and em the day you apply We are loaning; on the Uuildin? and Loan Ascclat en plan, which makej .he eoit at carrvln loans rauch I-s than jou pjy ebe wherc and allows jou to pay it en" n any ilzd notes yen tleiire. re-nain? from ore to twolve months, lou enly pay for the ase of laoMy he the lenr'u of tlioe you carry it If yvu have loan with tome other eompany we wit pay it eff and advance ou wore money if desu-d. Kates rheerfollv Rive nd bo cost to yen m,es3 lea a is nwde Iaai. made anywher in te Witokt. Ca. and get rate "ront room, first toor, Sci tntiCc American Kuildin? National Martgratre Loan Co. 65 t- Street N. vr. cog tt MONEY 550.000 MONEY To lean on furniture, pianos, etc . without re metal or public tv dJ the day yoj as for it. t.e wiU lean any a-uvunt making tune and pay ments to sui:. givinic one montn or one year a tou dedre, and at ratee that you can afford to 'pay. It jou new hjve a loan with any otker ompany and desue more mony. give os a ratt. Will as cheerfullv make a $10 loan as $160. aad co charge or expense if loan is not made. Alwijrj ready ind willlu? to give information regarettns rates and methods to secure loan We are the eldest lean company In the citv. and Till give tou bones treatment. All business strictly coa fldential. Private ctSces. Washington Mzrtgage Loan Co., 6tO Stre-t N.W. UONEY TO LOaVM at JS. 3. 4 mel 4 pt cent, in sums of V,M to f!0 on V C. real estate, pav of! 5 and 4 per eeat mortgages and begin anew all transactions conducted with tconorai'il consideration for borrowers. WM H. SAtNOEna 4: CO 1107 F it. nw fart tf eni HON El "loaned salaried people and tali mer chants upec. their own names, without se curity, easy payments. TOIIAX, Room IS. 603- 81s 3 it. ocgZlyr UONLY TO FoTn JN .PPKOVBD COLLAT- ERL Vo de iv CIIVrW.ES V BAKER, Rooms 40 and 11. Uetzerott Buiidln;. tl P St. i.i: tf MONEY LOANED ON PIANOS or howhoW fntlB without oVU tn m am,unt fr id W ra i 1. wl rate- of ilfre. I'a meats awl tne 4W Milt T I r I VI curiti r.na nlv rniierli H i J ife at 1 attmti n T . r p ' ( i V i. 3ml bo t-haTtre-. id jiImsssi. i i mr poeioii We ai th rranizen lean eomMsy a4tsft U i k er r etn'm treatment, nr mlerestw tou will leave v i i ue Mx. privj e tH it a t .n i-onlident al SECURITY LOAN COMPANY, R t 1 WM r B dnar Cor. 9th a.d F Sis. N W Columbia i uilding" Association. Pree. J T Winter. Vice Pres E. 17 Cillett Sec. G P Vew.on, Shares Jl 00 per month. Ko bade pavtrents Combines all the bst features of o.her association PAID 6 PER CENT to its shareholders last year. Makes loons on any form desired. Its financial affairs are eco nomical!) managed and guaranteed under th supervision of its board of director by the RLALrTf APPRAIbVL AND AGECi CO. INCORPORATED Offices, 610 13th St. S. W W cod vard. Pres . E. S Pa-r, Tioe Pres., W J Newton. Treaa. mh!5 lmo Hauling. Storage. Packing. MUIUNrRY BOILLR --VFL -TuNF lau'id and plaevel ir poeiti n FIRNITlRr. PI NO (.1 V- an4 CHIN V carefully patted fer shipment. HUIIM. Or LL KINIs OF rKfcK.HT STIIU UiEFl RMIIKDiiinitK I'UOOK IJLII.UINC t Slnlile er Klre- Trnpn. nuvn TL.RV l-PIRHO.CF fsTIMArES HKM-UED Springmann's Express, 1KJ7 L St. N". Tflophouc iliY.S. aplJ f w. l?iafa6i It43sos For CoiiBtlpatloa. To Repair Broken Art!. clcaws Major's ICcment C-.sWrSl Kemember MAJOR'S RUBBER CEMENT, MAJOR'S LE VTHER CfcMEXT- FENHYHOVAL, pills M v OHa-lnl Bad Owl" Ceaalae. li ti. " CHlCHtSTKlt'S KNGUSn X4iSJSS la ItED "! Cold nuM Uies. ttslei S-v ?Bliiib.nerlbUin. Tike no other Rernso "TM "Vi Hancerans ut.tIIuU aad IralU- I Iff tjfn-. Bay at jor nnnti.l. r 1 4e. la (, Jr k.p Sr lartlenlar, Teatltasalala ? B sal,'ItelterrorLadles,'Ml.fiw.brre. A P Ism MsIL 10 0(iOTla.iih SVISt "I sllPrni. . thtehesterCIieaileolCa., Iftatlea ills p.ptr 31adlsa BQaare. 1'HILA., I'A. fM0ffW