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TIIE MORNING- TIMES, fStDAT, OCTOBER 4, 1895.
Wash. K Williams'
Rocker for $2.65
It's no use paying- more money
elsewhere while we are holding
an "EARLY FALL SALE."
At an j- rate, do3'ourself the jus
tice to call and see the magnifi
cent line ol FALL FURNI
TURE, CARPETS, CUR
Hae you seen tho now
Drapery rocmy el?
Wash. B. Williams,
7th and D Streets.
Medical Export and Specialist.
602 F STREET N. W.
illr.ii-. KII.N'i:V:iiw'. l:I.AIM)i:i:livd-is,
VAKICOCl'LE. HYIJKOCr.LE. bTHIC
1'KIVATJ. ihfrasrs Quickly ami perma
nently iiirl. Vitality reiloivel. Consul
tation fre-e. Hours. '. to 12 a in, 2 to S
p. in.; Tm-xlay, Tlnirsil.iy ami Saturday
nighu, T tn . Suuel.iys, 4 to G.
ATTENTION! lll'lTllLUUN VOT
EKo. THfc I'XIO.V KI'ITIILKWX
CLVH. of tho District, will issue certifi
cate's to these uliii disire to vote In their
rrsiiectiw 'Stales for ouo full-rare round
trip ticket eer tlie 11. .V O.. It. It..; 1T.XX.,
It. 11 ; ai d C. .V. O., It. It. Certificates can
be obinlrcel at Itoum 1-11, Willard's Hotel,
from UUO. S.EM l";i:Y,e.e'ieinryerihcclnu.
ALEX W. HOLT.
Chairman Campaign Committee.
J. PFLEGING, Tailor.
With W. H. GIIAX3TOX.
11"7 Pa. aye., cor. 15th sL
Foruioily with Jus W. Bell, 3th ate. X. Y.
TO the llomlliolilers and Stockholders of
the Wifliingt'm and Georgetown Railroad
Company ami the Steu klieilders of the
Itock Creek Railway Coiniany, of the
District ot Colunmia:
Xotloe is hereby gixen that the Capital
TractlonCo!iii.iU3"i5 now ready toexchance,
according to tho terms of the contract be
tween the ICock Creek Kailway Company of
the District nt Columbia and the Washington
and Georgetown lt.nlroad Company, its
and Georgetown Itailroael CoiidMiiy. The
holders ot sin.li bonds are requested to send
them to the undcrslcned fori-uch exchango
on or before the lOthof Oe.titierneixt. The
failure tosurendcr.-iiiyRucti bonds, forsnch
exchange, on or before the 1st ofXormtier
such bouds for stock. 1 nt ercst oil the 1 hinds
surrendered "villi be iiaid up to tlie 21st
day of September, 1PH5, on nil bords
Rurrenelereel on or belore the 1st day of
,N'o ember next.
The holders of sleek of the Rock Creek
and the Washington and Georgetown Kail
road Company are also retiuesled to
promptly send in their stock for exchange,
according to the terni', of the contract afore
said. C. II. KOlrXKB,
Secretary ami Treasurer of the Capital
Se27-se27 oct 2 1U111C IS 23 25 27 and
PROF, HAUPT'S TREASURES
Proof Sheets and Announcements
Touching" New Hebrew Bible.
Prepu ration for Iteccpt Ion of Library
of Kite Thousand Volumes of
Prof, nillinall.of Ilerlln.
Baltimore, Oct. 3. rrnf. Paul P. Haupt,
of Johns Hopkins University, who recently
returned from Europe, whither he sailed
last May, brought wiili him proof sheets
and many important announcements re
garding tlicncw Hebrew Blhleandtuencw
English translation now under way, of
which ho Is theeditor-iu-chlef.
I'rof. Haupt said that more than one
half of the critical edition of the Hebrew
Bible Is In type, and that, several parts,
"including Genesis, the l'talms, Chronicles,
Ezra, Xcheniijli, Ezekicl and Daniel,
would shortly appear. The whole com
pleted work" will appear, It is expected,
The new English translation Is also well
under way. Four iiarts are In type and
three of these will appear by next spring.
They are, like the Hebrew text, printed on
colored backgrounds, to 6bdw the approxi
mate dales of the origins of the various
portions, emendations, Interpolations, etc.
The three to appear Ehortly arc Isalab,
In three coJors, translated by Canon T. K.
Clieyne, of luc University of Oxford, Judges,
In six colors, translated by Prof. George
F. Sloore, of the Andover, Mass., Theo
logical Seminary, and the Psalms, the
critical German prose translation of which,
wait made by Prof. Wellliauseu, of the Uni
versity of Gocttlngen.
Preparations are being made at the
Johns Hopklus University for the recep
tion of the library of the lato Prof. Chris
tian August Dilimann, ot the University
of Berlin, which Prof. Haupt secured while
The library contains 0,000 volumes and
Is nncof the most valuable Semitic libra
ries In the world as regards the Biblical
languages. It will be placed In the room
of the Oriental Seminary, and will be known
as the "Dillmaii collection."
irnlf-Tlreed Appo Sentenced.
New York, Oct. 3. George Appo, the
lialf-breed Chinese who figured In the
Lexow Investigation, was sentenced to-day
lo six months In the penitentiary by Judge
Cowing, In general sessions, far assault
on his plea of guilty. Appo was accused
ot cutting with a penknife policeman Rein,
of tho West Thirtieth station, on April 0
last at Sixth avenue and Twenty-eighth
Infidelity Her Grievance.
Alreda Powell sued her husband, John
D. S. R. Powell, for divorce, yesterday.
The papers were locked In the safe. It
Is understood that infidelity is given as
the grounds for divonu.
Fireman Wenzell's Friends Say
' His Report Was Untrue.
THEY KEVIVE OLD CHARGES
Cltlzi-us' Committee; Cull- on I In; Co ni-ml-loiiiTri
unit l'M'-ont nil Arjrn-mi-irtIiir-lmiiit
loins AKulnxt Chief
lMrrls Cliniijsv-. In til" DlMrlct
llulldliig S-liool Mils Opened.
Assistant District Attorney Dtivall was
seerelytrillclnslestunl.iy by a committee
of citizens -nhiili called upon the Com
nilssloners for a thlid liii.e Hi the interest
if ex I'ireiiiau Wcnzcll, "Alio, with two
others, mis mil long ago ditiul'-secl from
the service under charges that, charact
crized him as a faUlfer, unworthy ot
A previous ielillon, ffhd by the citizens
for a id earing of the cine, wTls referred
to Mr Duvall lor a lepcrt as to Its merits,
liascd uikiii tl.e trial piccejciings, and his
resiHiiiM-, "so far a s it 1 1 la 1 1 si o t he evidence
taken before- the trial bianl'Mn Hie Dries
ligation of -the cute of rorcman Walsh,
was i liardcteiia.il by the committee je-ter-day
as "a liiKrepicseiitallonofthecviUoiicc,
unworthy of any weight "'
The Commissioners were asked to give
no consideration lo tie Duvall opinion in
reachieg a cinchi-ii'ir1 rln lehalf cf Joung
men who have lieui Jnjurid In rame by
said findings, which, lo say the best of
Ihcni, have been reached through theory
ami turmNc, instead of thiough facts or
The p.iper submitted by the committee
was quite lengthy, ami was read by A. M.
ItACKEItS OF WEXZEL.
He was supported In hiscrlticiius by Dr.
L. D. Walter. James MiCnmllMi, K. E.
Ditto, W. 3:. Dement, C It. Talbert, Will.
Myers, Chas. II. MaTtin, E. L. Dawson,
Em rr E. (irosli. Win. Hiuker, J. E. Dunn,
J. J. U'Kci'fe, E. J. Mnlone, Patrick Ma
honey, John Matllii, ami about a dozen
others. Mr. Weiizel was also pn-sent
Among other chargi-s and critiil-mscon-Uiiiicst
in the paper, thocoinnilttoes.iid:
"Weilesire tostatnp thcrc-portDu-air.s)
asa tissue of luNreprexentatlonsfroiustart
to finish," ami reference being made lo the
report upon the evMiiice made by the com
mittee, I'icy furtlier K.iy
"It it is false, the public should he In
formlof tiiat fait. and iveareniulj'tobear
the coiisequen'vs but if It Is true, his Du
vaU's) statements should not stand before
the community uncorrected, and thc-se three
j-ouiig men should be "Xoneruteil by Jou
irlth'Hit unuecessarv de-lay."
"While we had a suspicion," continues
tlie committee, "grounded upon Wcuzel's
Integrity, that he had not been fairly
dealt with by the trial boaid, oery num
ber of it as well as ctucr ram, was a
stranger to us, against whom wo could
not possibly ha e a grievance suff Ic lent to
cause us lo misstate nets alrc-ady in black
and white and under the lock and key of
EX1STEXCE OP A CLIQUE.
"Therullculou-ly nusunl manner in which
attempts were made to proielhe existence
of a clique, by bringing up frivolous re
marks, petty differenccx and tlie most
trivial unrric-ndly utterances made by these
three- voung men during a period or many
years," made the trial appear to us as
a farce, while the awiitcil proof of au
alibi was contrary loTeason."
The charge Is nffiui made that Chief
Parris exorcised an lnllucnce over the
trial Imanl proceeding', and he is accused.
nKo. of having said that Foreman Walsh
was Ills man, and he would protect him.
To prove this last statement the testimony
of Mrs. Miunis and" her daughter, as taken
beforethe trial board, is iitiil.
Tlie testimony as adduced at the trial of
Wal.h is briefly reviewed, the statement
liefng made that Witnesses Moriarily and
1-rn.nmrir were iieriultlcil to confer as to
thof textimouy to be given; that Moriarity
denlisl ten minutes later having any reeol
lecti'jn of what O'Connor said lo him. but
pretended to have a distinct memory aliont
seeing Moriarily and Walh together on i
certain night several weeks previous.
C0MPAHED TO AIlMES.
Moriarily is ealel to have told Mr. Myers,
of Xo. 7 company, that It he would keep
Martin and Mahoney, the other dismissed
firemen, away from the trial, they would
easily down the other, meaning AVcnzel,
whom he denominated by a foul epithet.
"Tills is the competent testimony." the
committee says, "that is Eauctioiicil by
Mr. Duvall and that brought down the
scales of justice with the: Indisputable testi
mony of Wenzel, Martin and Myers on
the other tide.
"The recent complaint of MaJ. Armes
as published in The Times." said the com
mittee, "shows that he was court-martialed
by men who were selected by his
most bitter eiie-my. This case or Wenzel
Is'similar to it.
"Chief l'arrls showed his bitterness to
ward Wenzel by recommending that the
citizens' re(HCs.-'or a reopening or tbti
case be not granted," and whin a rehear
ing was given "he sent his right-hand
man there and had the verdict affirmed,
thereby rebuking your honorable board
for attempting lo get an honest verdict."
At the conclusion of tlie reading the
gentlemen pointed out that two of the
witnesses who flatly contradicted each
other at the trial are still on tlie force,
while the three men dismissed were guilty
of no worse offense, even it the charge
against them had been clearly proved.
At President ltos' request the citizens
will appoint a committee to again confer
with the board as to tlie proper method of
arriving at the tacts.
. . m
FEAST Oil FAST.
Uiilinii Contest for Clmrcli Funds
lli'tween Kpwurtli Leniruers.
The following officers were elected last
evening by the Epworth Chapter, No. 1-103,
of the Epworth M. E. Church, South:
Pre-sieli'iit, Fred E. Woodward; first
vice-president E. J. Hopkins; second vice
presielent, Mrs. L. M. Cook; third vice
president, Mrs. L. A. Potter; secretary,
L. Pierce Uoteler; treasurer, Miss Grace
The following were elected delegates to
the District Epworth League conference
ot the M. K. Church: E. J. Hopkins, L..A.
Potter and Mrs. L. M. Cook.
The League has lx-cii divided Into two
divisions, called tho "Keeli," and the
"Blues," uuder the respective leadership
of Treel E. Woodwarel ami Iter. J. O.
Knott, In an effort to see which shall
secure the larger amount ot money for
the licw church, which Is rapidly ap
The time is limited to the month of
October, and the Indications arc that
nearly everyone in tho vicinity will be
asked to donate some amount to Epworth
Badges nrc worn by the members of
the respective divisions, and one enthu
siastic "Red" appeareel last evening In a
reKl Windsor tie which nearly obscured
him. An entertainment will occur on the
evening of the 31st in the new church, the
vetry of which will lie ready by Uiat
time, when tlie result will be made known
and the defeated side will eal a repast or
simple bread and water, while tho victo
rious side eats a substantial supper on
the other side of the room.
Frank Flnley's Case Continued.
The case of Frank II. Finley, the bottler,
cbargeil with kcxrplng an open bar after
hours, will be tried In thcpollcc court before
a jury on the 1 Oth instant. It was brought
up in the police court Wednesday, and a
All Pleaded "ot fiullly.
The lollowiug persons pleaded not guilty
to Indictments before Judge Cox yester
day: Daniel Rnblusou and William Woods,
housebreaking; Michael Dovie, do; Charles
Gravsdn, larceny; Sumner Lee, assault to
kill: Robert Quiet, do., and Charles Mil
Icr, housebreaking. ,
All to His Sister.
The will or the lale Wilhelni A.""C.
Schmidt was filcel for prolate yesterday.
It was dated Mav 2. 1SS9. and makra a
sister, Erullie Louise C. Schmidt, of Slpt-
tin. ucrmany, inc soie oenenciary. lieury
Eeebodu Is named as executor.
WISED IE DUVci
HEWLANDS MAI BE A DUKE
Street Eailway Man Offered a Title,
for a Million Dollars.
It Is Said McllnsXlliblcdiittliuAUtir-
liiK Halt, ntid TliluKs, Too, Tlioro
Is Jloiie-y In It.
(Special to Tlie Times.)
San Francisco, Oct. .). One of the most
interesting real eotale transactions oer
imcmptcii in San l'rancifco Is that now lit
tie linnds of Andrew Sliarbaro, who is try
ing to negotiate the transfer ot a large
Italian "i'Stiete, which carries with it the
title ot duke.
Mr. Sliarbaro hns lieen greatly aleleil in
the preliminary negotiations by Gen. W.
II. L. Barnes, who has bucecedei!. It Is
raid, in interesting Francis U. Xuwlands
in the trnii'nction.
Mr. Xewlands is well known In the East,
particularly In Wnthingion. where ho tiaB
largo street r.illwa interests and controls
hnmeiiEe tracts of suburban projiertv in
the Rock Creek district.
Wlille Congressman Xewlands cares noth
ing about ijie title "of eluke, it Is salel ho
will make a careful studj of Hie- estate
during his European tour. Tho ."state has
also been offl'reil to tho VamlerblltM, to
Rockefeller, lo Walter HoUnrl and to James
Gordon Beunetl, alid there' Is much local
intiTe.st in the final result ot the ele.il,
whieh has long been under way.
One of the old eluki's of an aristocratic
region In Middle Italy, not r.tr front lliefii
mous b.iillwiek of the Duke of Tuscany, Is
the- r.illeit hero win is willing to sell the
glory or a title feir the coin ot American.
The total col of the vast area orfertcil
will bo about l,HHI,ooei, and to facilitate
the Mile' the offer allows i,iinents on the
JliM.-illnii'iit plan, with reasonable Intercut.
issued, being written so as to uppeii! to
the lover of the poetry of Dante an J Milton
and yet so asjiol to overlook the practical
side of life, attention being called i the
fact that "paper mills might flourish by
the streams." Among other remarkable
statements in the prospectus calculated to
Interest the title seekers ill America Is this;
"III many repc-cts Italy would seem the
ideal part of the universe for n happy
home' lie. Xature has been lavhh in pro
viding an atmosphere of great purity, an
equable climate, fertile soil ami the tem
liering breezes ot the Mediterranean.
"Her sunki.5cil hills provide iKith food
nml drink of an ideally health giving char
acter in such abimilauce that none may him
gcrr go nthlrst. Hit, like all other Ellens,
the trail ot the serpent is found c lose beside
the path way ot tho vcMal, ami the lingering
elread of sonic awful catastrophe Is but
dimly hidden by the veil of Aetna's waiug
banner ot smoke.
"Tlie seismic disturbance are the one
dn-adeiUliiLSAvliIiii makes the future ot the
Italian home dweller whose lot is east In the
volcanic sections one of uncertainty and
But the dangers ot yolcnnic disturbances
are wafteil aside as of little unpoitdnce
compared with the many soelal advantages
which go with the title of duke.
It is bellev.il that the average American
millionaire will bravo lho dangers of
Vesuvius without beating bis brow If he
can revel in the many delights of aristo
cracy, sitting Willi nobles, barons, counts
anil dukes, and crelcbratlng with them the
glories that come with patrician blood,
whether Imbued for ages past or purchased
with hard-camed American gold.
R15C0K1) OP THH COUNTS.
Criminal Court, Xo. 1 Justice Cole.
Civil cases: Ileany vs. Chase; sealed
verdict returned. Coffey vs. Irwin; Jury
Criminal Court, Xo. 2 Justice Cox.
William Smith, seeund ofrensc petit
larceny; verdict not guilty. Isaac Brownj
larceny from jierson; plea of guilty; scn
teiccil to Albany for three jcars. Joseph
Miller, larceny from person; verdict not
guilty. Thomas Williams, held for mur
der; nolle pressed and defendant dis
eti.irgnl. I'etcr Willis, second offense
petit larceny; crdlct guilty.
.Circuit Court, Xo. 1 Justice Bradley.
Gilbert as. Murgan and others; ordercil on
stct calendar. Gilbert vs. Potomac Drtilg-
lng Company; do. llartholow vs. District
or Columbia; do. Trenton umna eoiuiiaiiy
vs. Ween elo. R. M. Jones & Co. vs:
Wielmajen Judgment by default. Howden-
& Bulkier s. Slater; plaintiff alowed to
docket appeal and case ordered on appeal
docket for trial and aslgned to criminal
court Xo. 1. Morris Hank vs. Bluinenfeid;
& Co ; Judgment of Justice of peace at
finneel. Circuit Court. Xo. 2 Justice McComas.
Stewart vs. Mcintosh; ordered on stet cal
endar. Smith vs. Smith; do. Latimer and
others vs. Coblenz; Judgment by default
In ejectment. Farnandls vs. Cex-hran and
others; ordered onstet calenda r. Ca rtcrand
others vs. Smith; do. Gotlschalk A Co.
vs. Abrahams & Co.; do. .Mitchell vs.
Finley; order for commission to issue.
Equity Cemrt Xo. 1, Chief Justice Bing
hamHawkins vs. Pinkney; pro e-onfeso
vacated, with leave to answer." Ilagaloy
vs. Itagalcy; motion to rile supplemental
bill overruled. Virginia State Insurance
Co. vs. Jameson; pro confesso against
defendant A. Rosey granted. Hurgdorf
vs. Koss; dismissal of bill ordered. Hentz
vs. Hajcs; -Michael J. Keane allowed to
intervene. Ljons vs. Adrians; casestrlcke-n
from etiiendar and leave lo except lo on-
swer granted. Hcnniger vs. Millo; sale
finally ratified. Harrison vs. Holtzman;
receiver authorized to expend $73 as
Equity Court Xo. 2, Justice Hagncr
Green vs. Xewman and others; time teT
complete testimony limited to twenty dajs.
Conrad vs. Conrad: testimony before ex
aminer ordered taken. Omsley vs. Omsh'y;
decree dismissing bill with costs.
Probate Court Proceedings in rstntcs
have been recorded as follows: Estate
ot Timothy Killigau; will proved by third
witness. Estate ot John Wagner; proof of
publication filed. Simon Wolf, guardian;
allowance of $100 for education of ward
granted. Estate ot Caroline S. Shamwcll;
petition of Clarence A. Brandenburg for
probate ot will and letters testamentary
filed. Estate ot George S. Parker: first
codicil fully proved. Estate ot Sam Banks;
petition of executor for probate of will and
letters testamentary filed. Estate of Caro
line M. Shamwcll; will fully proved. Es
tateof Sara h Kershaw; inventory of person
al estate, $72.75, filed. Estate ot Samuel
Wise; receipts ot distribution filed.
nenl Kstnto Transfers.
Deeds in fee have been recorded as fol
lows: William C. Swain to May R. Mat
thews, lot 27, square north of 177, $10.
Rudolph D. Hopkins to Lorln M. Saunders,
lots 12 to 17, block 2, Pleasant Plains
and Mount Pleasant, $10. Adeline Gray
to Enoch G. Gray, part of lot 1G, block 0,
Ivy City. $200. John G. Krohr to Louis
C. Witkowskl and Charles I. Clarke, lot
84, square 1029, $2,G30. Herbert E.
Kctchum to Helen L. Smith, parts of lots
80 anil 70, block 28, Lorg Me'.idows, $10.
Helen L. Smith to Herbert E. Kctchum,
same property, $10. Benjamin H. Warder
to A. T. Brltton and George E. Emmons,
parts of lots 32 to 35, square 14, George
town, $10. August Donath and SaiTiucl
C. Lovejoy to Hattle V. Jones, part of lot
23, block 0, Mount Pleasant and rieasant
riains, $1,550. William" IT. Holmes to
Claude E. Clifton, lot 138 ami part of
lot 130, Columbia College grounds, 10.
Claude E. Clirton to Kate C. Holmes, same
property, $10. Joseph X. Flfield to David
B. Gottwals, lots 29 to 32, block 1,
Trinidad, $10. George Truesdcll to Mil
dred II. Parker, lot 9, square IC, Ecklng
ton, $10. Charles Handy to Margaret Hos
ford, lots 239 to 243, square 855, $10.
Emily L. Elliot to Roberta Kerr Elliot,
lot 1, square 902, $10. Lester A. Barr tea
William A. Gleseklng, part ot lot 2, block
36" Mount Pleasant, $10. Margaret Hos
ford to Clara W. Handy, lot 01, square
Beechatn's pills for consti
pation io and 25. Get the
book at your druggist's and
go by it.
4nsul Mlti mora thn 600UUO boxM.
A largo percentage .of the cases cureil
by Dr. Walker are thosfc-with which other
physicians have becn'iiiKucces-sful. Ills
treatment iiositiiely cin,i's' all disorders of
tho brain anil nervous sjstcm, diseases of
Uie skin and blood, catarrh, asthnu, coiir.
sumption, malaria, llyiepcpski , rheuma
tism, neuralgia, hcmorhiolils, diseases of
women, sexual weakness, and all affec
tions of llio lungs, throat, heart, liver,
stomach, kidiiets, bladder, bowels, and
Restoration of strength and -itallty In
men who are conscious of diminished
power ami vigor, as a rcsalt of lust lol
lies or ovcr-liiilulgeiice, "is one of Dr.
Dr. Walker may be consulted free ot
charge, personally or by letter. His well,
known sanitarium at 1111 PeiiusIanla
avcn.te, adjoining; Wlll.trel's Hole!, is open
dally for consultation and treatment. 0r
flcQ hours, 10 a. in. to 5 p. 111.; Wcelin sday
and Saturilay evenings,' 7 tod; Sundajs,
10 to 12.
Charges for trcalmout very low. .,
All Interviews ami corespoiidenco sa--crully
cnnricleinl.il. Xo cases nude public
without consent ot patients.
ItKl'OHT Or" Till! CONIJITION
Traders'- National Bank.
At Washington, in I ho District of Columbia,
altheclotoor business, Si'pt. 28,1 e'.i5.
Loans anil discounts $3jH,S25 -13
Overdrafts, sccurtil and un
secured 397 34
U. M. liol els to se cute' clICU-
l.llli , .. 00,000 Of)
PrcmltimsouU.ft. bonus. 0,725 tin
Stocks. securities, etc...." l,.'t;u 50
Hanking bouse, furniture, and
fixtures 143,161 43
Duo rrom national banks (not
reserve agents) ;... 27,559 74
Hue 1 nuu approved reserve
agents 41,250 83
Chi-cksanil othercnsli items.. ei,319 75
Exchanges lor clearing house 7,436 Oil
Xotesoroll.eri'ntlon.itliank.s. 540 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, anil eeiils 455 Si
Law nil money reserve in
hank, viz :
Specie $b.-.,0tli 7."
Lcgancnueraoles. 7,1100 00
Roilcniptloii funel with U. S.
Treanirer (3 per cent, of
circulation) 2,700 00
Total $770,318 67
Capital stock paid in $200,000 00
mirpms lunu -1U,UUU UU
Undivided proiits, less ex
penses and taxis paid
Ing Hue to other na-
lloual banks. .$47,011 79
anil banlors 3,710 93
Dividends uniialel '.4.U0
IndividualCc.ioMiii , "
siilijecttoeieck 407,210 r5
De-maud certili- . ,
cates ol dc- 1,
IH)'lt 1,262 0e
Total !..'.. S770.318 67
District of Columbia, County ot Washington,
I, GEO. C. HEXXIXG, president of the
above-named bank, doeolemnly swe-arthat
the aliove statement istruetothc ts-stof mv
knowledge and bi-lli'f ,
Subscribed and sworn t6 lefore niu this
2d clay of October, lt-95.
ERXEhT G. THOMPSOX.
EMMO.NH S SMITH,
EDWAIII) F. DROOP,
HEl'OHT OF Till'. COND1TTON
Washington Loan and .Trust
A t Washington, in the District ot Columbia,
at the close of buslne'ss, Scpteru
lier 28. 1895.
Keale'slate.. $1,190, 113 50
lateral.... 424,894 00
counts.... 1,805 47
Overdrafts seiureel and un-
cecurcd 152 51
Stocks, securities, etc.. .. 48,197 81
Banking house, furniture,
anil fixtures, vault, and
safe work C02.B0 1 17
Other real estate and mort
gages owned.. 42,453 66
Due from national banks.. 121,01126
Due from State Irnnks and
bankers aud trust com
panies 73,425 84
Checksandolliercnsli Items, 23,195 30
Fractional paper currency,
nickels aud cents 15 04
Lawful money reserve in
Specie $84.383 75
notes 45.C00 00
Capital stock paiel in.. ..$1
Surplus j unci
Undivided profits, less ex
penses ami taxes paid..-.
Due to other national banl"s
Interest real-estate trust
ject tocheck.$l,350,045 41
ficates of de
posit 8,449 48
cates of de- ,
posit 342,090 47
chocks C.G23 11
Real estate trust bonds....
Total $3,030,008 83
District of Columbia, ss.:
I, JOHX JOY EHSOX, president of the
above-named company, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the
best of my knowleelge and belief.
JOHN JOY ED80N, President.
Snbscrlbesl and sworn to before me tills
3d day of October, 1895.
(Seal.) TEXNEY ROSS, XotaryFuuUc.
JXO. A. SWOPE,
A- S. WOKTHINGTON
LOUIS D: WLNE.
ALBERT. F. FOX,
AUGUSTUS. CRANE, Jr.,
R. X. BATCHELDER,
N. H. SHEA.
JOHN B. LARNER,
I nAMl U71TLI I TO I I
DrtlNIY vvnn -o ; w
r-m.r.mm n fSt i T kt I f V 1 f
Company, pay your bills by
check and receive Interest
upon your average balances.
You worked for It, so make
your money worn ior you.
Am.....nY. esfftiritv&Trna r.n
T a j. beu, fi
a J. Beu, Pros. 1 405 G street.
A reception was given last night to the
resident dff leers of tho High Tent ot
Rechabltesot North America at themeetlng
placeoICammack and Covenant Tents.. A
committee from those tents and Anacostia
Tent was In charge. A musical and liter
ary programme of an hour's, duration was
followed by refreshment. On the plat
form were 'the high officers. Mahoney and
Douy, Azro Guff, chairman; the chief roler
of the various tentsin lulr jui isuicuou, and
Rev. Hugh Stevenson. Tlie hall was
well" filled with an app eclatlve audience
of fellow Bccnabites.
ItEl'OItT OF THE CONUITION
American Security and Trust Go.
At Washington, in HicH- trict of Columbia,
at the clone or business, Sept. 28, lb'JS,
s UESOUKl KS.
Loans'iin real estate nn.l col
lateral M.i.iiriiy $-.625,137 93
Overitralts sectireel ami unse
cured 117 22
II. S.honelHiill ll.lllil 10(1. nun on
Premiums on U. 3. bonds.. .. i:i,562 50
Slocks, securities, ic 75,29501
Hanking l.ou luruituro and
fixtures .. .. 233,066 23
Other real estate and inort-Kngesoiruc'djncliiilingslor-ago
waiellouse 177,309 90
Due-from national liar.ksin.it
serve agents).. .. 150,781 90
Due froin .-.into banks, bank
ers, and trust eoiiismles.... 126, tl 3 82
Chivkinuilotlieriasii items.. 15,708 81
Fractional paper currency,
nickels nn.l cents 11.-.61
.Lawrul mono) reserve ill '
bank, viz ;
Specie $115,746 00
notes 9,126 00
CaHiltal stock i.ild 111 $1,250,000 00
Surplus Inn. 1 'JW, not) 00
Undivided prolils, le-s ex-
pens.'sauiitaxi-'pald 60,717 5t
Bivfilemls unpaid 121 50
to check $1,(154,0:17 91
Trut el-Misits. . ii:i,:ii)i8l
CcitllleMi hecks 4.577 80
Heleentare bonds 1)7:1,204 I'D
Total $3.05.1,0o'S ."'.
Histrlci of Cohiiiibia. ss.:
I, J. W. WllKLrt,r.Y, cashier of Ihe
above-ikimcd baiik, elo solemnly war that
the- ,iIk). slatemi'iit Is true to tlie oesi of
my knowledge ami belief.
J. W. WHULPLEY.
Subscribed ami sworn to be-fore iiei this
1st day of October, 1895.
C. K. HOMEIt.
C. J. HELL.
A. T. HIIITTON.
m. w. nr.yj:itini'.E,
JAMF.ls I!. FITCH,
UEOIIGI". P.. E1IMUX3.
HEXItY WISi: GAUXETT,
ItKI'OKT OF THE CONDITION
Ohio National Bank.'
At Washington. In Hie District
at thciloscof busiii.scsS.ei
Ijoans anel discounts
Over.lrarts, seee, cil ami uii,m'-
U. S bonels to secure elrcuhi-
Premiums on U.S. boneLs
Stejeks, sejrillcs, etc
Banking house, furniture, ami
Other real e-staie and mort
Due rrom .National Banks (not
resort c agents)
Due rrom Stale Banks ami
ChC'ks and other cash items..
Exihangcs for ileariag-hci-se..
Fractional paiier luirincy,
nickels, ami cents
Lawful money reserve in ban k,
Specie $29,238 50
25 1 43
Rcilcmption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of cir
culation) Total.. $441,636 02
Capital stock isiid in $200,000 00
and taxes paid 14,399 19
Xatloual Bank notes out
standing 46,000 00
Due to othcr-Xa-
tional Bank!..... $23,225 05
and bankers.... COO 25
Individual ileniK- . "
Its subject to - -. -
check 120,479 81
cales of deposit 15,184 40
Certified chocks.. 760 72
Notes ami bills rcdlscountcd.. 25,000 00
. Total .-. .. ..$444,656 02
District ot Columbia, county of Wash
I, WM. OSCAR ROOME, Cashier ot the
above-named bank, elo solemnly swear that
Ihe abote statement Is tnie to the best
ot my knowledge anil Lcllcf.
W.M. OS-CAB ROOME, Cashier.
SubscrilRsl ami sworn lo liefore me this
second day of October. 1S95.
(Seal.) J. C. STODDARD.
t. ir. axherson,
JOHN O. JOHXSON.
itEi'oiiT of the condition
Central National Bank.
At Washington, in t'l- District of Columbia,
ittheclosootb isinoss. September 28. 1695.
Loans and discounts $078,110 28
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured 2,215 26
U. S. bonds to sc-urc circu
Premiums on V. S. Inds.... 12,000 00
Ptoe-ks, securities, etc. .. 160 00
Banking house, furniture, and
fixtures 199,000 00
Due from national banks(uot
reserve agentsi 50,174 88
Hue from State banks and
bankers 5,063 13
Duo from approved reserte
Checks and other cash items 10,154 08
Exchnnges.for clearing house. 19,702 72
Xotes of other national banks 1,4.10 00
Frae-tional paper currency,
nickels, mid evnts 146 00
Lawful money reserve in liank, viz.:
Specie $138,830 50
Legal teudcTiiotes 80.OS0 00
Reelemptlon fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 j)er cent oteir
culation) 4,o00 00
.. $1,111,538 63
Cnpital stock 'paid In....'..'. $100.
surplus iuuu "
Undivided prows, less ex
penses and taxes paid
Xatloual baiik notes outstand-
Duo to other national banks
Iniliriilnni .lA.u.vitQ fiohteet: to
....)- 1 01 5
Dcmnniiccrtiflcatesot deposit f,
ccriicicu eiieeso.- .. .. .. .. -
Total.. .. $1,411.538 63
District of Colnmbla, ss:
I. A. B. RUFF, cashier ot tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement Is trie to the best of my
knowledge and licllef. . .
A. B. RUFF. Cashier.
Subscribed anil sworn to berore me this
2d dnv of October. 1895
ERNEST G. THOMPSON, Xot. Pub.
Corm'f-ffiExoE F. NORMEXT.
IV. K. MEXDEXHALL,
and others whose occupations prevent
them from making deposits daring
regular banking bourn will find It co
venient to visit the
Union Savings Bank. 1222 FSt.N.W.
which is open EYEIlY SATUKDA7
NIGHT bet tveen the hoursot 6 and8.
trour par cent, interest on saving
The paper on which The Wash
ington Times is printed is made
by . I
C.S, FAULKNER. Sole Acent.
Times -Buildlnff, New York City.
(Cbe Safe anb
Profitable 3nj)e5tment of
Capitallialiraj-s lacking af an-X profltabto Inreaxmnt tbo mct invltlnff
field lo-liy Bcotmi manufacluriu;Iii tbeNmtb, lliero U protably no Trcll-mau-
nced J11ITI I11. tho bouth tint In enrnmtr
Cotton Mills in the
South earning 10
to 25 percent.
of tliem, iiro-Iuolfii; over &J percent uf the animal crop of tht world, while-It has
onlyS.OrU.iwnifij.m.iiHnrnbo'it 4 pe-rreut. of tho total number In tho world. iho
Nmth'a cotton 13 mm nlpprt from I.OO; lo.OCU miles to mUH In New England and
!reit Itrltaln. W mntiiifA'iured In mills vbro cjal costs from i-TOO a ton nnd oTor,
and where lhluRi- rxpeii-ivo. Ihj tendency of tnU Industry U now eo ithward,
Imiueirtuf Ihrunosiuilled ;i vantacof this sect I on. No other Indtistrr promises
iucli euro and cer.alu rotnriia on the htfestment.
The Newport News Cotton Manufacturing Co.
Offer to hue tori, both to largo and small (an 1, Indeed, particularly to small)
investor.-, an opporiuulty which promise i th most proStablo returns.
Tho NewjKrt News Cotton -ManufactnrlQc Comijany Is organized on tho cc-op-rnthe
jdati, with au authorized cipltal of 5W,0J; par Taluc of the shares 41W,
parablo (;! por share flr the time of Aubjriiptfcnt and i: per snare monthly until
It l.a central ofllcM at ltilimrnd(V.i.l ani the most promlnont basin e men of
that city are its stockholders an 1 1 nicer.
0FF1CEUS OFTIIK NKWIUT XEW COTTON -MANUFACTUHIN COMPANY;
LKWIS H HLAIlr, Tr-ldent KIchmond.Va.
A. X IirtUlM. Ic I'rmldeut. Kb-ninond, Va.
h (i V.U-CKrecreiaryautl Treasurer. IMchmond, Va-
OtO. A. M;l!MhlJC, AfstiutTreartUrrr . Newp.frt Vw, Va.
Jiidffo I U LEWIS, Attorney , i:UhmondtVa.
SSIII'II & EUVt (.eneral Audits. Klchmoud, Va.
JtOAIcn OF DIKECTOIW.
LEWIS II KLlUfHirTy Blair tCo, Uholewile (.rozers; Stephen Putney Jfc Ca,
Whole.-ilo Iioi ondMioesJ, President L'uited Ifanklaand itulldlng Company,
A. S. IttTKJi:i, Piede.it Metropolitan JluII'in; and Loan Association: Director
McrchnntV National Jiant, Itlchmond, Va. "
ClJiX OKEWUV, Wholesale Pry Ooodn and Notions; Director Security Hank of
ltlchmcnl, Uichmond, Va
OEa A iCIIMEIC (S.hmelz l!ro , Hankers), Newport News, Va.
C. W TANNEIt (C W Tanuer & "o., VarnUh Manufacturers Oil, AO, Director
cciirlty Ilant of Jthhmond; President Mutual Guarantee Kulidin; and Loan.
Aroctat!on, Iiihmoitd, Va.
3L JS CKOWKLUOoneral Acent Old Dominion S. P. Company; Director First Na
tional Dink. Newport News, Va.
S. ii. WALLACE, Cashier Citizen Dank f Klchmoad, RIchmondvVa.
Newport News as a Location.
Thero i- irobiMy no better location In the United States for a cotton mill than
NewpcrtJsewA The i-opulatlon of the town is about HV 00, while at Ham p to a and
fuirroundint; point? thero .ire about lO.Ojj more, thus fur&Uhlng an abuudant sup
ply ot ircuJ operailrei Newport New loin; one of the largest coal & fpplug
IKjlijittiu ihelnittxl states, tho be it 8 le am coal cn be had at a minimum cost.
West Virginia -oa! an be laid down nt less than iCU a tonagaln-it f-loOaton
which i-i paid by many of tho mo-t HUccpMf ul mills in North Carolina. Its location
furnishes abundant transportation facilities by which lo draw cotton by water from
all ouihern points, a- well asfor&alpnientof the Quisled product to any part of
An Opportunity for Small Investors.
Heretofore small Inretors hare not generally been able to share in the large
profits made Ly cotton mills; building ansoWations and savings banks have been
In. and before the stock. Is paid up the MILL can bo IS sL'CCEtbFUL OPERA
TION. Opinions of Leading Financial Men
nCotton MilHng in the South.
J. G. Khca, CashUr City National ilank, Griffln, Ga : -The Griffln Monufactur
Ing Compiny In 2$s paid a 6 per cent, dividend; In 1S3, 10 pr cant; and has
steadily paid 1U percent. diride&dseTer since, nnd still carriesasurplusof OTer bO
percent added tolUcapitalont of Its earnings. InlJsha Kincald 3IIII was or
ganlzpd aud pet In opt-rat ion. In ISil it pall 6 per cent; in 1ST?, 7 pr cent;
in)W3,tf t crcsut; lulsUl, 10 percent ; and in :s93 it has so far paid 10 percent"
W. C. and Lanior, Bankers est Polnr, Ga,. who also control cotton
mills with au aggregate investment of about (1,003,000: "The capital stock
of our mllH aggregates i,00f,'l. Our I ny rolls npgregate tCHO.OOO, and about
f I0UJAM are pai 1 out to stocVhoIdcrs. besldo laying up a surplus for extensions
L C. llavne, president National Hank of Augusta, Augusta, Ga.: "Cotton man
ufacturing In the bouth has always proven satisfactory asa payiuglndastry, and
from the establishment of the first cott n factory to the present time the mills have
not enly proven the wiMlcm of Investors, but have demonstrated the Inevitable
conclusion that nocLarscter of investment is gafer, and few, if any, are mure
3J0WMJ of the total stock (sOiO.OWj will be offereJ for sale In Washington, and
tho books will bo opened ou
.Truejo the co-operative principal, every opportunity will be given to the small
Investor, aniXapplIatInTr-i3gIe- shares ill b encouraged.
.applications forelock must be made at theofllre ot the Washington,,
agents of tho Ne port New Cotton Slafcnfacturing Company. r at th.
depository, C1LANE, l'AIUUS Jfc CO., 13 fsCDff., Washington, V. C.
T. 0. Anderson & Co.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange.
907 G Street N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
riN.C!AL ASH COMJimtCIAL.
New York Stock MnrUet.
FurnUhexlby Frank WdsouLrnwn, broker,
1330 F street.
Op tilth Low. Close
American Tobaexo . 91 Jf 100 9;$ K:
Atctlson. Top., .tb. r. .. i! ss a ta
Cunaela Southern StisJ lOt 25 tsiU
CoL Fuel and Iron HSfc 39i at'f 39i
Cblcaco, B. Jt l S7H STfi STt -
aCCtH. L ,. 4Gl 46tj KM 4SU
Cheear-eake JCOhlo lii:i CO 1916 -."J "
CtlcaroOaa. TIVj 72TJ T1U 7iK
Dels.. Lack. iWest ITS ITS ITS ITS
Ulstiller & L'attle Feed iV-f SttJ S5 ZM,
lielawaroanj Hudson... 133 1331 13T.V, liu;
Erie lSCj II), 1SW 12's
(icncral Electric 33-; 3tfii SS'i, 39
Lake bhore 151 IS1 151 151
I-onisvllls nnd Xnhrille C4 WJj M 64
Lead 33) .T.U tOU 5',i
Lealher prf Wl W MU 85?4
K.T. pTd ati SS)i 18 Si
Missouri raciflc 3S 59 SSy 3S!
.Manhattan Eleraiod list list; IIS, USVi
Northwest 105? IC544 lOSijj 103J4
Omaha 14 41 44 41
I'acillc.Mall .- SS iSii 3H 31?f
neauins ai si?i si am
ItocfclKaml ail TSl4 TS 7VH
Southern. 1?U Hu 1ZH 13li
iouthrtuprd. 40 40H 39J4 39i
SLPaul TTK TTV ia TTrn
iugar : lllt Ill tlOM mm
1 .uuetaee Coal lroc .. 4514 45; J 44 H 45
Texas 1'aclllc IS 31 1S4 V2U
Union Pacific U& W,, H(i Ui
Wauasn prtfeire I "-1 :t E; iz
Western Union Tel IWJS wjj ssj WSJti
Cliicazo Hoard of Trade.
Open, nich Low. Close.
NoTember S.B-! S.93 SL82 8.93
December B.91 9 01 19t 9 04
January. 8.99 9.12 8.98 9.12
March 9.K 981 alO 9.SU
Tlult I inoro Srarket s.
Baltimore. Oct. 3. Flourfirni.unclinnccd
rocclpt-e, 14,253 barrels; sliiprucnl. 14,
565 barrels; talcs, 1,475 barrels. 'Wlicat
easier spot and ninntb, ti5 l-2aG5 3-4;
December. 67 l-8aG7 1-4; .May, 72 asked;
steamer -Xo. 2 red, 62 1-2.162 3-4 re
ceipts, 34,706 bushels; slock, 021,107
biisiicls: sales, 26, too busbels; southern
wheat by sample, 68aC8; do. on (Trade,
63 1.2aGU 1-2. Corn easier spot, 38 3-la
38 7-S; month. 37 l-2a37 3-4; November,
new or old. 35a35 1-1; year, .'I4a.1t 1-8:
January, 33 l-2a33 3-4 receipts. 36,7 4T
bushels; shipments, Sl,42l bushels; stoclc,
144,830 bushels; salo. G2,0t0 bushels;
southeru while corn. 40; do. j-ellow, 4la
42. Oats steady Xo. 2 while western.
27 l-2a27 3-4; Xo. 2 mixed, 24 l-2o24 3-1
receipts. 13,816 bushels; stock, 74,607
bushels. Rye firmer Xo. 2, 45a 40 nearby;
50 western receipts, 1,643 bushels; stock,
61 ,883bushcls. llayfirm clioicctimotby,
1G.IjO.i10.50. Grain freights very dull,
unchanged. Sugar firmer granulated.
4.83 per 100 pounds. Butler and eggs
steady, unchanged. Cheese firm, un-
kCI MV H-
Op'n. nijb. Low.
December 61-2 Cl'i-S COlfJ
Hay Cyi i5;4 61H
Decembor. iSH JSH ST-S
May 3?g sei-H S91
December 161$ 1S 1SH-H
May 20?i S0J4 30i
January 9.45 9.4T 9 40
May "8.T0 9.TS 9.6T
January 5 60 5 82 5.80
Jlay 5.9T 5.97- 5.93
January...... 4.62 4 83 4.62
Ices tUau 10 pr cenL net irofit and most
of tticmai dofnc mucb totter. Very
many are earning irom ri to z per cent,
Jnthefaceof tba general depression of
tho lat few ypA, ih's w a i-Lscncinenal
record for any Inrwtmont.
tirefoas thero ara !O.000,f03 cotton
sptudlsMla the world. Tn Juih far
iiisshes the raw material for orer onehalf
tncironiy means ior accnmuiaiiug csarings. y
this system, so successfully Introduced Into the
bouth, overyone who can lay aside even 00 a
month can become a stockholder in a cotton
milL As funds accumulate under this sjstera,
of moathlr rayments, the coatracts for thr
buildings and machinery can be ler, without
waitinc until the final installments are pi Id
Washington Stoc1!: Excnanc.
Wah,Gts.,20at4J?i Amer. Graph., SCO at S.
COTZKMtESTBOV3i illi ASS"d
ns 4"a It lllK H2M
U.S. 4' C lllji 112J,
U.S. 4"s lasi is;
U.S.S's 190l 115)4
DISTRICT OF COLUIIIIU EOVD3.
V 18" "20-year Funilnc" lot
6'b190.' '"SO-yesr Fundlnir'colJ. 113 .....
ValSUl "Wator htoct curren-.-y. 116
Va ItW "W ater stock" currency. ... It .....
8.6S' 1911 "Fandlns" emrrency. IIS
t.'s Keg. 2-10's, 15'J3-1!1. 131
WiOUKConT ITs let, '95-'23 19
AVAGKKConT. 6's2J, 1VW3-41 ISO
MetKIICoar 6"s, 1901 112 Utlf
Belt K K5'a 1921 66 90
Jirklnctou H ISO's, 1S9C19U 100
Columbia It It ft, 1911 lOTSi III
Wash Gas Co, er A, 6"g, 1902-'ST.. . 113
V ash Gas Co, Ser B. 6"s, 190I-V1 .... 114
U. S. Elec Light CohT 5's. 1901 131
Amer sec JCTruet 5's, 1903.. 10J
Amer bee a Trust 5's, 1903. 10J
Unsti Market Co 1st S'a. ISUS-1'JII.
ST,O0O reiiresl annually..... 312 ......
Wash Mark Co Imp Cs, 1912-W 112
Wash Mark Co Eit'neJ'a, 1914--27 ... 1U9
Masonic Hall Aes'n 5's. C, 190S 100
Wash Lt Infantry 1st S s. 1X1 100 . ..
Wash LL Infantry 2d Va, 1893
XATIOVAL BANC STOCI3.
Bank of Uashlneton 2?0 ......
liank of Republic 240
Metropolitan. 2?0 310
Farmers and Mechanics' 1S1 ......
Citizens 130 ......
Hwttna lots IDS
Traders.. 101 106
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRCST COI
Nat. Sato Deposit and Trust 123 130
ashtnston Loan ami Trust. ISO 125
American Security and Trust "lis .-
W ashmcton safe Deposit 63
Wasblncton and Georsetown 250 250
Metropolitan 97 101
Columbia.. ........ ....... ........... .... ....
Georgetown and TenallytoTm... .. .... ......
eJAS AND ELXC. 2JGUT STOCK.
Washington Gas. 43Vi 50Lf
Georgetown Gas 59
U. S. Electric Light "133 143
Tlremen's 37 11
1'otomac .... ....
Arlington... .... ......
National Union 10 15
lticgs 'Vi 6
People. 5U 6Lg
Lincoln 7n 8
CommcrclaL ii 5i
TITLE INSCEANCI STOCkS.
Heal LstateliUe 100 IIS
Columbia Title. 7 ......
District Title. 10
Chesapeake anl Potomac. 50 CO
American Graphophone 2r St"
Pneumatic Gun Carriage .27 .22
Washington Market 11
Great rails ice
Bull Kun Panorama ......
Xor. it Wash, steamboat
Wash. Brick Co
iTy City brick...,
iuter-OceanBntldlng.. .... .
lerganthaler Linotype. C'J 2sJ
FOR FIFTY CENTS A .MONTH, On
-I 2-.$ CEXTS A DAY, ATOU CAN GET
TUE LATEtST T111XC. IN XEWSl'A
MOHN1NG AND EVENING KD1
TIONS W IT II N EW S T II AT IS " ItESII
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