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Deficiency Used as a Peg for
Politics in the House.
IT WAS FINALLY PASSED
Debute "Was of a PurtiHan Character
and Drifted Into Tariff and Other
IsHues Laws of 1800 and 1804 Com
pared and Much Feeling Shown.
Scission "Was 1'rotractetl.
The manufacture of campaign literature
occupied the time of the House yesterday
afternoon for nearly three liourB.
The topic under consideution was a
paragraph in the general deliciency, the
last of the appropriation hills, appro
priating $850,000. to supply a deficiency
in the collection of the qustonis revenues.
The action of Secretary Carlisle in in
creasing the customs force at New York
was criticised by Air. Hepburn. This in
crease was due, Mr. Dinglcy t.aid, to tiic
change from specific to ad valmem duties
made by the Wilson-Gorman tariff act.
A general partisan debate followed,
in which the tariff laws of 1890 and 189-i
were compared, both as to the revenue
produced by them and the cost of collecUng
the same.
JUST FOR TOLITICS.
The appropriations of the last four
Congresses were reviewed by the various
speakers and material thus made for uee
in the approaching national campaign.
The House remained in session until after
6 o'clock, and the general deficiency bill
was pasted without material amendment.
Mr. Pleklcr moved to suspend the rules
and puss a resolution making the general
pension billt he order of business for Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, the vote on its
passage to be taken Friday utter the reading
of the journal, but no quorum appeared.
TAUNTED BYDOCKERY.
During the lively political debate in the
House Mr. Dockery taunted the Republican
majority of the Fifty-fourth Congress for
having done notHlng to bridge the chasm
between the receipts and expenditures of
the government. He characterized it as a
do-nothingCongre.ssandsaid the Republicans
were afraid to bring in a general tariff bill
because it would create a division in their
ranks.
Mr. McMillin said the chairman of the
Republican national committee, Mr. Carter,
was one of "the five Republican Senators
whodefeated the Dlngleybill. Mr. Wolcott
was another. Mr. Teller another, and Mr.
Dubois another. Would lie classify them
as Populists? The Republicans might need
their votes in the coining election.
Mr. Dingley replied that their votes did
not affect the result in the Senate one
way or the other.
Mr. Hopkins eulogized the reciprocity
features of the law of 1890. the repeal of
which by the enactment or the law of 189 1
had closed the ports of Cuba. Brazil,
Germany and France to many American
products. The Democratic party, ho fnid,
was held responsible for the commercial
wrecks that were strewn from the Atlantic
to the Pacific by the Wilson-Gorman bill.
JJOMIXAT10X.SSENT IN.
rrsidnt Cleveland Makes
Biff
llateli of Appointments.
The President sent to the Senate yes
terday the following nominations:
Postmasters- Colorado Thomas II. Tul
ley, Silverton. Iowa L. S. Keiininglon.
Newton; R. L. Mortland, Montezuma;
John W. Irwin, New Sharon; Duncan G.
Campbell, Rockford; lx)is Martin. Fella.
Massachusetts Charles E. Brady, Sand
wich; Edwin L. Cragiu. Melrose Highlands.
Miuuesota William .T. Flynn, Staples;
Michael J. Toker, Owatouna; Thomas M.
Ryan, Anoka. New York -Charles E. Rose,
ratchogue; Julia II. Branson, Clinton. Penn
sylvaniaCharles L.Pope, Cilia wia; Boyce
Rankin, McDonald. Oklahoma-John T.
Baldwin. Hennessey. Texas James A.
Crown. Piano. Washington John 7... An
nblr. Mount Vernon. Wisconsin George
B. McCall, Chippewa Falls.
Edwin E. Sluder, or New Mexico, register
of the land office at Las Cruces, N. M.;
Cah-b P. Organ, of Wyoming, receiver of
public moneys at Cheyenne, Wyo.
Also a number of third lieutenants in the
revenue cutter service, and second lieu
tenant John M. Sigworth, tenth inrantry.
to be first lieutenant.
PATRIOTS' MEMORY HONORED.
Anniversary of the Htittlo of "Lexlnu
ton Appropriately Observed.
Boston, April 20. Patriots' Day, com
memorating the battle of Lexington, was
appropriately observed as a general holi
day in this city and State today. Public
buildings and exchanges were closed, and
business was generally suspended.
Bell ringing and salutes, parades, mili
tary reunions, and meetings of patriotic
orders, children's entertainments, religious
festivals, and various sports, including bi
cycle runs, the opening of the cricket sea
son and baseball made up the general
program.
At Lexington the celebration commenced
early. At 5 o'clock a fife and drum corps
marched over the route taken by Paul
Revere, and all the bells in town were rung
for an hour.
Gold "Withdrawn for Export.
The Treasury gold reserve yesterday
at the close or business stood at $125,952,
5G8. The withdrawals for the day were
$530,000. of which $400,000 was taken
for export.
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GOOD GOSPEL BUT POOR LAI
Justica Brown Creates a Laugh in
the Supreme Court.
Uo Construed tho Passajjo of "tho
"Wicked Fleo" as Hardly a Sound
Doctrine to Give a Jury.
Some amusement was created in the
Supreme Court of the United StateB yes
terday by the announcement of the opinion
of the court in the case of the appeal of
Ed. Alberty, alhm Charles Burns, an
Indian of negro blood, from the Judgment
of the United States court for the Western
district of Arkansas, condemning him to
death for killing Phil Duncan, a negro, in
the Cherokee Nation, May 15, 1870.
The doctrine of "retreat" as laid down
by Judge Parker in his instructions to the
Jury, was challenged by Alberty's attor
ney. It appears that Duncan had been
paying such attentions to Alberty's wife
as to cause a separation.
The husoaud mane his home with a col
ored family, while Mrs. Alberty lived
with Mr. Upe, a farmer, by whom Alberty
was cmplojed. On the night of the day
in question" Alberty baw a man climbing
into the window of his wife's bedroom, and
upon accosting the intruder Duncan, whom
lie recognized by his voice, threatened to
kill him, and pursuant to the threat "made
lor him."
Albert yshotandkilledliim. JudgeParker
told the jury that Alberty was in law and
duly bound to retreat as far as he could,
or disable his adversary without killing
him.
This," said Justice Brewer, "was error.
We think that under the circumstances,
seeing a man endeavoring to force an
entrance into his wife's bedroom, the hus
band was Justified in pursuing his investiga
tions and to prevent, by forte If necessary,
the accomplishment of the intruder's pur
pose. And if in the cause or that In
vestigation lie is thieatened with great
bodily harm or put in fear of his life, he
is not obliged to retreat, but Justified in
icsiMing attack by any weapons within his
power."
Another paragraph of Judge Parker's
charge was also criticised by Justice Brown.
Alter the murder Alberty fled the juris
diction or the court, and this. Judge Parker
told lie Jury, "created a legal presumption
of guilt so .strong and so conclusive that It
was their duty to act upon it ab axiomatic
truth."
"Neither could it be claimed, as charged
by the court below, that flight was a silent
admission of guilt. The saying, 'TliJ
wicked flee when no man pursueth, but
the righteous are bold as a lion,' upon
which the trial judge laid much stress,"
observed JuMice Brown, "as a Scriptural
maxim is sound, but as a legal proposition
Is subject to so many exceptions that it
cannot be considered sound law to be given
to the jury for their guidance."
The judgment was therefore reversed with
Instructions to grant a new trial.
TACIFIC it O ADS HILL.
One Hallway Man Believes That It
"Will II ceo me a Law.
Mr. F. B. Thurber, one of the most
prominent business men in New York, and
chairman of the committee on railroads
of the New York Board or Trade and
Transportation, said to The Times repre
sentative just berore taking the train Tor
New York last night that he believed the
bill looking to the funding or the Pacific
Railroad debts would become a law before
the expiration or this session or Congress.
Under the provisions or the bill now berore
the Senate and House the CcntrnlandTJnion
Paciric Railroads will be allowed to pay
orr their indebtedness to the government,
principal and Interest, at the rate of $:JB0,
000 a year for the rirstten years, $550,000
for the second ten years and $750,000
a year thcrearter until the whole debt
is wiped out eighty years in the rase of
the Union Pacific and one hundred years
in the case of the Central. This is at the
rate of 3.34 per cent reduction annually
for the entire period of liquidation.
LETTER CARRIERS' BILL.
Economical Policy May Defeat It at
This Session.
The National Letter Carriers' Associa
tion, backed bylabor organizations through
out the country, have been laboring in
vain to persuade Speaker Reed to give a
day for the hearing of the Sperry bill, in
creasing the pay of letter carriers $200 a
year in large cities and $150 a year in
small cities.
The Speaker, it is claimed, is inimical
to the bill for the reason that it will in
crease the expenses of the Postoffice De
partmentsomethiuglike $2,500,000 1 year.
Speaker Reed, it will be remembered, at
the beginning of this Congress announced
his intention of doing everything possible
to keep down the expenses of the govern
ment. While some of the labor people are in
clined to criUcise the Speaker for his
course in the matter of the letter carriers'
scheme for an increase in salary, his friends
say that he is not alone to blame, as it
is the policy of all the Republican leaders
in both houses to keep down expenses to
the very lowest notch.
JUDGE PABKEIt REVERSED.
Supremo Court Grants a New Trial of
One of His Cases.
Alexander W. Crane, who was convicted
in the United States court for the Western
district of Arkansas and sentenced bv
Judge Isaac C. Parker to the Detroit
house of correction for three years, was
granted a new trial yesterday by the
Supreme Court.
Mr. Justice Harlan announced the opin
ion of the court, stating that an investiga
tion of the record disclosed the fact that
It contained no assertion, in words, of the
fact that an arraignment of the prisoner
had been had upon the Indictment, and that
he had pleaded thereto.
GOING AFTER A FORTUNE.
Henry Schroeder Claims to Be Heir
to Millions.
New Brunswick, N. J., April 20. Henry
Schroeder, a barber In South River, six
miles rrom here, is going to Germany to
take possession of a fortune to which he
believes he is Uie heir. Some time ago he
saw an advertisement in a German paper
for heirs to the fortune of Terese Titiens,
Uie famous singer, " '
He hears that she left an estate, now
valuedat$5.000,000, allot whichhe thinks
he is entitled to. Schroeder's mother was
a first cousin of the singer, and the attor
neys say his claim to the estate is the
best that has been discovered, "and that
It will be to his advantage to go to Ham
burg, Mr. Schroeder is about fifty-five'
years old, and has a-family.
WILL fHSeiBEPURE BEER
Drastic Measure Introduced by
Mr. Cooper.
HOW IT WILL OPERATE
It Defines tho Pure Beveruge and
Mukoh Provisions Similar to the
Oleomargarine illll Adulterated
Article Must Ie Murked and Sold
as Such Flues-'and' Penalties.
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The bill introduced 'in the House by
Representative Cooper' of Wisconsin yes
terday to lmpohc a tax upon and regulate
the manufacture, ridlq, 'importation and
exportation of adulterated beer, will, if
enacted into law, insure the brew.ing of
pure beer, ir anything will. It is a very
long bill, comprising! fifteen typewritten
pages and containing twdnty-two sections.
Section one define'puf6 beer as follows:
"That, for the purpow; otjhis act, the term
purehop and maltboer' sltalfbe understood
to mean the fermented lVquor made out of
hops, pure hop extrSict, .pure barley malt,
yeast and water.".'
Section two defines adblteratcd beer as
follows: "That, for the purpose or this
act, certain articles, manufactured sub
stances, mlxturesaud compounds with hops,
pure hop extract, and pure barley malt,
made into fermented liquor shall be known
and designated as 'adulterated beer,'
namely, corn, rice, wheat, corn grit, corn
flakes, cerealine, inalse, grape sugar,
anhjdroussugar, or any other corn products
now known or hereafter created and used,
rice products or any kind, vegetables,
vegetable products or any kind, wormwood,
quassa, aloes, coculus Indlcus, or any other
substitutes for hop or pure l:op extracts,
wheat products of any kind, and any
chemicals or acids whatever, or any other
.substance or substances, of whatever
name or nature, used as a substitute or in
place or pure barley malt, hops or pure hop
extract, and such other substances as
may be determined to be deleterious to the
public health."
SPECIAL TAX IMPOSED.
Section three Imposes special taxes as
follows: Manufacturers of "adulterated
beer" shall pay $2,500 in addition to the
tax now imposed upon brewers; wholesale
dealers, $1,000 in addition to the tax
now imposed, and retail, $250 in addition.
Section Tour: Manuracturers who fall to
pay this bpecial tax are subject to fine
or not less than $1,000 and not more than
$5,000 for each orfense; wholesale and
retail dealer not less than $500, nor more
than $2,000.
Section rive requires manuracturers or
"adulterated beet" to rile with the collector
or internal revenue or the district in which
his manuractory is located, such notices,
inventories and bonds, and shall keep such
books and render such returns of the
materials and products used by him in the
manufacture of "adulterated beer," and
or the quantity or "adulterated beer"
manufactured by him, and shall put up
such signs and affix such number to his
manufactory, and conduct his business
under thcsurvcillance of officers and agents
provided In this act, as are prescribed by
law, and inaddilionbiichas the commissioner
of internal revenue may prescribe.
A bond or $25,000 conditioned ror the
compliance by the manufacturer with this
act, and or other la ws or the United States,
ti required or each manufacturer of "adul
termed Iwer. 'Failure to give this bond
or to comply with the regulations pre
scribed by the commissioner of internal
revenue subjects the manuracturer to a
fine of not less than $2,500 and imprison"
ment not less than one' year.
Section six provides that "adulterated
beer" .shall be packed in wooden or gins.-,
packages, and the mark, stamp, or brand
thereon shall contain the words "adul
terated beer" in legible letters. In wooden
packages these words eiiall be burned Into i
tin (ixterlor surface' in. a conspicuous 1
place with a hotirort. Manufacturers must
sell to wholesale dealers in ottginal. stamp
ed packages. Retail dealers must sell only
from packages stamped and branded as
above in quantities not exceeding five
gallons. Failures to comply with these
requirements arc punishable by fine of
not more than $1,000 and imprisonment,
not more than two years.
Section seven provides that the manu
facturer of "adulterated beer" shall attach
to each package of "adulterated beer"
manufactured by him a label on which
shall lie printed the number of his manu
factory and the district and State in
which it is located and these words:
"Notice, J he manuracturer of the adulter
ated beer herein contained has complied
with nil the rcqiiircmentsofthelaw. Every
person is cautioned not to use the stamp
thereon contained, nor to remove the
contents of this package without destroy
ing such stamp, under the penalty pro
vided by law in such cases." Neglect to
arfix this label, or to remove It artcr
arrixcd, is punishable by a fine of $100
for each package and imprisonment not.
more man six months.
Section eight provides that a taxof
$2 a barrel shall be paid on "adulterated
beer" In addition to the tax now .im
posed upon beer and other fermented
liquors.
Sections 9 and 10 regulate the bottling
of "adulterated beer" and its sale at the
brewery.
THE IMPORTED BEERS.
Section 11 provides that all "adulterated
beer" imported from foreign countries
shall, in addition to any import duty im
posed upon it as fermented liquor of any
kind, pay a further tax at the rate of $2.50
a barrel.
Section 12 prescribes that every person
Who sellsororfers for sale any "adulterated
beer" shall post and keep in a conspicuous
place upon the premises and in the apart
ment where such "adulterated beer" Is
sold or oflered for sale, two printed notices
which shall be printed in both German and
English, and which shall be of legible
black letters at least two inches square,
upon a white substantial background, and
which shall be as follows:
"Notice. Adulterated beer is sold here."
Failure to do so is punishable by a fine
of not less than $250 nor more than $1,
000 and imprisonment for not less than
three months nor more than one year.
Sections 13, 14 and 15 provide penalties
for various infractions of the act.
Section 16 provides that the commissioner
of internal revenue shall at least once a
month cause to be analyzed samples or all
beer manufactured in the United States,
and shall once in three months publish in
t lie daily papers of each revenue district
the names of all persons who manufacture,
bottle or sell "adulterated beer" in such
district.
Sections 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 provide
further penalties for violations of this
act; section 18 providing that any manu
facturer o "adulterated beer" who de
frauds or attempts to defraud the United
States of the tax on such beer, shall forfeit
his brewery; or, if a bottler, his establish
ment; or, It a retailer, his stock of such
beer, and in addition be subject to fine
from $500 to $5,000 and imprisonment
from 6lx months to three years.
Section 22 provides that the act shall
go into effect on the ninetieth day after its
passage.
EXPLAINED BY ITS AUTHOR.
Representative Cooper said of his bill:
"My bill is in line with the accomplished
legislation of the olepnfiafgarlne law and
uie proposed legislation; or uie rilled
cheese bill, which redtlyjiassedthe House
and is now before titer Sqnnle. Its object
is to enable people irhtt want pure beer to
get It and to know Jtliat5 they get it, and
to enable those who"'sfrt Satisfied with an
adulterated article t$ &et it and know
what they are getting.!
"Beer made out of drugs and substances
whose fermentation produces fusil oil and
other products Injuries to the human
system will, if this i3il becomes a lawj
have to be known (.designated, sold arid
bought for what it -"adulterated beer.'
Manufacturers will bovqjto pay additional
taxes to make It, &id wholesalers and
retailers to sell it. Ifi they wish to avoidXT?ark.-$10. fcuDject to trust J?3,S00 and
these additional taxe, .ltft them make and
sell, pure .beer. I expect to secure an early
hearing before the Waytfand Means Com
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adapted to jour age, 6cx, and
physical condition, the tone of
jour system can be raised, the
tendency to impure thoughts re
moved and the strength and
vigor of health restored to the
debilitated organs.
CHRONIC DISEASES.
Thcmost wonderful succcsshas
been attained in the treatment
of the cases to which we devote
ourspccialattcutioti, and th rough
jears of patient labor and re
search we have discovered the
most liifnlliiile methods or cur
ing general weakness, involun
tary discharges, impotency, ner
vousness, conTusion of ideas, pal
pitation of the heart, timimtj-,
discasesor the throat, nose, skin,
afreet ions or the liver, stomach,
and bowels those terrible dis
orders arising rrom solitary
habitsorjoutb and secret prac
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(fl l'errecte-l in old cases which have been neglected or uii-killfiilly treated.
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REC0KD OP THE COURTS.
Circuit Court, No. 1 Justice Bradley
Whitney vs. Districtof Columbia: judgment
in certiorari. Ford vs. DMrtctor Columbia:
do. Bank or Gouverncur vs. Dodge et a!.:
motion Tor security for costs, granted.
Firt National Dank of Gouverncur s.
Biuelow et nl.; do. Krebs vs. National
"Economist Publishing Company; motion to
produce documents, granted. Joseph A.
U.-iriu'llle v.. .lohn W. Dudley: verdict for
plaintiff for S202.50. Goottale, Kdminu: ,
trator, vs. Washington Deiiencial Enuuwl
ment, Association; judgment bj' default.
Decker vs. same: do. Liicomb et ai. v. J
Sliehan: motion Tor new trial withdrawn ;
and judgment on verdict ror plaintiff.
Mitchell vs. iuvse ct al.: defendant Muye .
called and judgment for plaintiff. Bryan
vs. War Photograph and Exhibition Lo.;
order foi publication. Thornton Green vs.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company and Balti:
more, and Potomac Railroad Company: on
trial Duvail vs. Croisantetal.; defendant
allowed to withdraw note sued on. Warner
et ai v.s. District or Columbia; judgment m
certiorari. o'Day vs. District or Columbia:
do- Winsatt and Uhler vs. ililler; special
fi. fa. quashed.
Equity Court No. 1 Justice Cox Lazarus
vs. Augenstein; Abram French & Co. al
lowed to intervene. Myers vs. Lawler;
sale rmallj- ratified. Swanson vs. Sanford:
return ol 5loU in registry to Samuel Mad
dux directed. Souder vs. Souder; restrain
ing order on co-respondent durmg pendency
or suit. Frazier vs. Dexter: order or
extension or appeal vacated aud appeal dis
missed. Gordon vs. McLeod; rule on com
plainant returnable April 2i, 189t5, granted.
Ualt vs. Robeson; reference to auditor
ordered.
Equity Court No. 2 Justice Hagner
Ilogau vs llogan: testimony before R.
N. Donaldson, executor, ordered taken.
Wright vs. AVright; divorce a vin mat
granted. Kellpy vs. Kellpy: order remand
ing caiifC to examiner, liowiett vs. Cough
lin; order vacating pro conresso. Wash
ington vs. Washington; divorce a vin mat
granted.
Circuit Court. No. 2, Justice McComas
O'Leary vs. Washington and Georgetown
Railroad Compaiiy!inotion for new trial
filed. Peters vs. Baleman; judgment bj
derault. Young vs. AicCartaomx; on trial.
Probate Court, Justice Hagner Robecca
Sha Heroes, guardian; rule on S. J. Block
returned served. Estate or Almira C. Leiss
ring;rirst account or executor riled. Ebtate
or Edward J. ShiHMiy; commission ordered
andissued to Addison M. Baldwhiof Marion.
Itul. Estate of William H. Sheets: petition
of Frank T. Sheets for letters or administra
tion filed. Estate of Robert S. Avery;
petition ot executrix for leave to denosic
bonds and stocks of Northern Pacific Rail
road Company, with J. P. Morgan & Co.,
New York, and receive new bonds under
plan of reorganization, etc., and order
granting prayer.
JReal Estute Transfers.
Finella M.Alexander to George L. Brad--,
part lot 'M, square 00, in -sands' .suD,
S?,500.
Agnes Beuchert to James Thecker and
Cora E. Butt, part lot C, square 1042, S10.
Charles F. Benjamin and William H.
Duncanson. trustees, to Jane E. Hill, lot
43, and William W. McDonald, lot 45, lots
43 and 45. In Steward's sub, block 11,
Bloomlngdale, S7.600.
Zeno B. Babbitt et ux to Jennie A . Foster,
lots 20 and 30, In Babbitt's sub, block 34,
Columbia Heights, S10; subject to trusts.
Philip Chrisiman et ux to Elmer L. Mc
intosh, sub lot 67, square 267, $10.
Jennie A. Foster et vir Frank D. to
Catherine P. Foster, lot 29, in Babbitt's sub,
block 34, Columbia Heights, S10; subject
to trusts $9,500.
Mary E. Fleming to Grace Fleming, north
hart of lot 20, block S, Washington Heights,
S10.
Henry J. Gulick to Jesse II. Van Alstyne,
east 25 feet of lot 23, in Jardin'ssub, square
159,.$10; subject-to trust $10,000; lots 18
anil 1S. in Wtiite'ssub, square 236, subject
to trust $4,500; lot A, in Chapman's sub,
square 171, subject to trust $6,000, and
south 26 feet of original lot 7, square 945,
subject to trust $1,000.
John V. Greagory et ux to Robert E.
GIIIehrist.lots7aud8,squarel3,Deanewood
Heights, $150.
John W. Greagory et ux to Joseph
Weaver, lot 28, square 18, Deanewood
Heights, $75.
DillerB. Groff to Lewis E.Payson, nlocks
4, 14, 19, 21 and lots l, 2, 3, 4; 7;
8. 9, 10, 13. and 14, bloc k9, lot 13,
block 22, lots 1, 14, 15 and 16, block 24,
lot 16, hlock 25, and lot 3, block 27, Bright
wood Park, $5.-
EdwinB. Haj-, trustee, to Louis F.Detrick.
part lots 1 to 7 Inclusive, square 1216,
in Holmead's addition, square 26, George
town. $4,701.58.
Sarah E. Hall et vir Powhatan to Mary
E. Peake, part original lot 4, square 902,
$2,500.
Michael A. Jennings et ux to John Car
roll, part original lot 1 , square 104, $4,550.
Subject to trust $2,500.
Isaac Kline to John C. Acton, lot 9,
square 943. in Wither's sub., $3,350.
Louise McKenna to Walter T. Brooks,
all interest in original lot 13, square 1136,
$10. Quit claim.
William w. Mcuonaid et ux.to jonn
Sherman, lots 19 and 20. block 1. Cleveland
$1,636.40.
Johanna O'Connell and Maggie C. Koob
to Howard C. Wall, north one-half of lot
29, square 624, in McGuire's sub.,- $10.
WiUlam C. Peakc el ux to Sarah E. Hall,
of $2.40 Hats to par
"On the Corner.'
tices, making lire a miserable
existence and marriage impos
sible. ORGANAL WEAKNESS
Rapidly cured and full vigor re
stored. Tliis distressing afflic
tion, which reuuerjtire a burden
and marriage ht.posibIe, is the
penalty paid by the victim of
improper Indulgence. The most
chaste must acknowledge that
thepassionsarethe great magnet
by which the whole world is at
tracted. Destroy them and what
is Iert tosuch unfortunate? The
world is no louger Interesting
to him, and remorse aud disap
pointment are iiisconstant com
panions. Consult u at once,
and you will rind the sj-mpathy
anil relief that you positively re
quire. Married persons or young men
contemplating irarriape. aware
or physical weakness, loss of pro
creative powers, orany other dis
qualification, speedily restosed.
He who places himself under
our caremayeanfldeiuour honor
as gentlemen and confidently re
ly ouourskitl as physicians.
YOUNG MEN
Whohavebccomevlctltnsorsoll
tary vice, that dreadrul and de
structive habit, which anuuaily
b weeps to an untimely grave
thousands or young men of ex
alted talent and brilliant Intel
lect. may call ou us with rull
confidence.
We address all those who have
Injured themselves bj- i:r proper
indulgence and solitary habits
which ruin both mini and bodv,
unrittinitheinrorbusiness.studv,
or society.
Ourinethodortreatinentstands
unrivaled. The cures we effect
are
Thorough and Permanent.
NATURE
lot 26. square 940, in Schneider's sub.,
$4,200.
.Mary A.Shearcrel vir John A.toFenelon
B. Brock, lot 25, square 756. in Bucking
ham ct al sub., $10; subject to trusts
$5,000.
An and Emily Stevens to Charles H.
Brown, part lot 83, section 8, Barry
Farm. $1.
Howard C. Wall to John W. Koob. north
one-half of lot 29, square 624, in McGuire's
sub.. $10.
William Wilson to Thomas A.Cannon,
lot 22, square 1003, in w B. M. Co.'ssub.,
$10; subject to trust $1.S75.
Walter E. AVright et ux to Lillie M. Buck
ler, lot 30. square 972. in Allan et al
trustees, sub., $10; subject to trust $2,
200. Michael I. Wcller et ux and George R.
Repetti et ux to Walter T. Brooks, lot 13,
square 1136, $25; quit claim.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Nrv York StooK Mtirkec.
Furnished by Frank WlLsnniirown. broker
No. 135 F street.
On. IHili. Low.
72 7.1 72
Clos
American Tobacco
Atchison
Canada Southern
Col. Fuel and Iron
C. H. &Q.
C. C. C. & St. Louis....
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chicago Gas
Distiller itl'attle Feed..
Delaware & Hudson ....
Erie
General Electric
Jersey Central......
I.ake"Sliore
Louisville it Nashville..
Lead
Leather
Leather nfd
K. T. j.fd
'6K
50?-
31!
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16Jf
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123'
lotf
if: i
50 51
31 Zl
35 " 3
16?f 17
ol
SO-JS
17
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19 IS IbK
l'JS KTiiC !27C
1. Iffl-J i:.?
:5K
i :7'.i s.s
107i 10". H,7 i 107V
HI ItSii HM4 UJS
51?i X! oI$ 51
28 :sv
2b4
614,
23i
SK
SK kJi
Gl?i 6154
mo. racinc....
-3i .P zVZ -.
Manhattan..
.. 1C95 in iouw: 111
Northwest HMVI 10-'.K 1W' IQT1
Northern Paciflc nfd 1055 H'4 10-X II'-7 '
N. Y. C ". i)-'A 971X 9fii !7i
New England
43 4S 4S 4S
S. W. pfd
New York Gas
Omaha
Pacific Mail ,
Reading
Rock island ,
Southern
s-outhern pfd ,
St. Paul
buar
Tennessee Coal & Iron
Texas Pacific ,
Union Pacific
Wabush pref
Western Union
'Hi 'X4 2J 227i
l&t " 1IH 1GU2 Ifai
40 -10& -10 mi
2714 'fi 27! 2S?I
12'h' lU Kfc viyt
7lffe Tl 71 7;-
?a 10 'jyH 10
UK $' SJ 35
.:ii 78 77i 78
K6X ILG K'oj 13
31
312
31
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8X
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Chicago Grain and Cotton Markets.
Wheat. Open. High.' Low.
May h53 S3?i 6
July 0 Ut& t-5Jg
COKK:
May SQJS 3 29JI-J5
Ju'v 31 31 ' SOjjI
Oats:
May lSJi 193 19J-53
July 20 '.Ok 2u
Pouk:
May 8.50 8.62 S.47
Julj- S.72 8.S0 8.67
LARD:
May -J.S7 4 9.1 4.S7
Julj- 5.02 5.05 aW
Spake Ribs:
Maj- f.27 4.30 125
July 4.43 4.-17 iM
Close.
65 A
66
2B
31
S.5
8.75
4.90
5.02
4.30
145
Cotton.
Open. High.
7.07 7.fcS
7.7 7.-1
7.7J 7.73
7.70 7.71
Low.
7.65
7.70
7.b8
7.63
Cos.
7.67
7.71
7.70
7.70
May.
June-
July
August
"Washington Stock Exchange.
Sales Regular Call Second National Bank,
3 at 133. National Safe Deposit aud Trust
20 at 120. Met. R. IC, 5 at 120; 10 at 120J..
After call Wa-h. Gas. 0 at 41.
GOVEKMilEXT BO.VD3. BID
U. fi. 4's K 10SVS
ASK.
10!U
110
u. c:. 13 u iw1:
U. S. 4's !!-..... 1I7?
CS. 5s 1'JOl H3Ji
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOND3.
5's ISM "20-year Funding" lot
Fs l'JOJ "30-year Funding" got.l.... Rjj
7's IWJI "Water Stock"' currency.. 110
7'a 11M"1 " vatcr Stock" currency... Hi
3.tVs 1921 "Funding" currency.... 1U9
SJs's Reg.2-10'3. lSU-MDOl
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
MetRRo's 107
Met It R Conv 17s ItOl 120
Belt II It 5's l.!l 78
Eckiugton Railroad. (Ts Kl
Columbia R R Fs lilll 113
Wash Gas Co. S.-r A. b"s,1902-'27.... 11. K
Yr'ash Gas Co, Ser B. Ps 15HH-'2y.... 112
Wash Gas Co Conv G's, 1001 120
U. S. Electric Light Conv 03 1S0I. 125
Chesapeake & Potomac Tel .Vs.... 101
112
SI
102
117
113
116
130
6i"
101
Amer Sec & Trust S's.? and A, l'JOS 100
Anicr Sec & Trust 5's A and 0, 1003 100
Wash Market Co 1st tfs, M02-13I1
57,000 retired annually 103
STEAMSHIP LIKES.
AMERICAN LINE.
New York Southampton (London-Park)
Twin-screw U. S. Stall Steamships.
Sailing every Wednesday,
Paris.... Apr 22, 10am I New Y'k.May 27,10 am
St. Pant. Apr 20, 10 am I Ht. Louis. Jnn3,ltlam.
New Y'fc, May C. 10 am I Berlin.SatJuntUOam
Paris.. . May 13, 10 am I St PaulJnn 10. 10 am
S t-PauI, May 20, 10 am I ParLvSat Jnn 13,10 aia
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK TO ANTWERP.
KENSINGTON'. -Wednesday. April 22. Noon
WESTEKNLAND, WedticsiCiv. Apr2. Noon
SOUTHWAUK.....Wediesday. ifaytJ, Noon
NOORDLAND Wednesday. May 13, Noon
International Navigation Coinpinjr.
Piers 14 and 15, North River. Offlas 6. Bow
ling Greet), N. Y.
GEO. W. MOSS. Agent,
te!I Penna. Ave.
fhe Garni of tltt Troplu. Z?
GtTh new AillpowerefVp
Oi'ysteel steamers of the x
&&S WARD LINE sail as foIIows:K
jr Havana. Cuba, and Tampico.,
Mex'co. every Wednesday and ,
Saturday. Progreso. Vera Cruz and Hex?
lean Ports every Saturday. Nassau.NvP'
Santiago and Cfenfuegos. every other Thura"
day. These tours auJ their combination
offer unrivaled attractions- Steamera hav.'
electric lights and bells, ail improvements,!
with an unexcelled cuisine. Nassau has tbs
beat hotel in the West Indies, and cabl'
communication with the United A
X States. Excursion tickets S60 ,
X.X dnd upwards. Beantlful de-V?
V scnptlve books FREE. ATr
X Ja.ns E War! &. lo , ig$
& Aia Wall St.. New York.
FOB SALE HOUSES-
FOB SALE-Investors, attention! 12
per cent investment; brick dwellings
in excellent location; sacrifice price.
$3,350 to sa ve other pnirerty; only $1,100
cash. Address DISTRESS, this orrice.
It
FOR SALE-Seven-room lnuse with
Potomac water and bath: In Brookiand;
near electric cars: lot 50x90 feet; S3.200.
AddressOWNERX.thisoffice. ap21-21
FOR SALE-A comrortable f ive room
and kitchen frame house; water in
yard. Inquire at 906 10thst.se. aplO-?.r
FOH SAJOE $50 cash and $10 or
more permonth. Why do you pay rent,
when you can own your own home? New
2-story frame house in improving section;
2 blocks from nw electric car line. east,
with about 2,000 feet of ground; 30-ft.
allej In rear; hydrant water, etc.; price
only $1,425; good title; 1741 A st. sc.:
house open. O.M. BRYANT, Owner. War-
iler building, 9tb and F bLs. ap!8-3t,em
FOH S.AJLE Bay-wlhdow brick. 528
14th st. se.; 8 large rooms; Iatrobes,
sinks, closets; lot. 18.8x75: $2,400. Call
or address OWNER, 141 Carroll st. se.
apl8-6t,em
FOR SALE -52.(i50-52i)t) cash wiU
buy pretty new two-story press brick
bay-window house; six large rooms: batb
and pantry; four closets; china closet; cab
inet mantels; electric gns lighting: papered
to suit purchaser: wide concrete street;
one square from Maryland avenue: close
to cars and herdics: inspection Invited:
always open. 1.559 Emerxon st. ne., bet.
E and F sts. Apply GEORGE P.NEWTON,
owner. 1319 V st .nw. apl-7t,em
FOR SALE-Pretty 6-room and oath,
oajr-window brick; large concrete cel
lar; cost $3,250: will sell for 52.250; as
sume trust of $l,S00;pay $150 cash, and
$300 in monthly tnstalments:and you may
haveit:Iook atlttoday. JOHN F.PARET.
1411 G st. mr20-tX
FINANCIAL.
SILSBY & COR! PAN Y,
Incorporated.
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS,
613 Fifteenth St.. op. TJ. S. Treasury.
'PHONE 5.S5
TJ.HGBGEN&CO.
Brokers and Dealer
Stocks. Cotton. Grain, Provision.
Lccnl Offices llco'aa 10. II, 12 CorcoraaBaiii
lug. U 7th M.. npposilH I'atea: Oflleo.
Office Philadelphia. Baltimore. Waahinstoa.'
. sums to smr, on real estate and
coI!a:e-aI security, at the prevailing
rates of interest.
American Security & Trust Co.
1405 G Street N. W.
Workingmen
an.! others whose occupations prevent
them from making deposits during
regular banking hours will find it
convenient to visit the
Union Savings Baft. VA F SL l W.
which Is open EVERY SATURDAY
NIGHT between the hours or 6 ami 8.
(Four per cent interest on savings
account.!
V.'.-ish Matket Co, imp. Cs 1912-'.i7.. IOS
Wash MjrkeL Co cxt'n ''a. ltH-!7. lOi
Masonic Hall As-iocLui'n jts, C, VJZS IOS
Wash Light Inf intrvltirs. UJl . WJ
XATIOXAT. BANK STOCKS.
Rank or Washington.....
bank of Republic........
Metropolitan ...........
Central ... ......
Farrers and Mech.iuicV
Second
t uuens
Columbia
2S0
210
20
I'SO
l!0-
I33K
1X0
310
ISO
133
523
t m-iial 116
Wt-t Knd 1WJ
Traders) 97J
liincoln liiS
Ohio S3
SAKE DEl-0tT AND TRUST COMPANIES.
Nat. Safe Deposit ami Trust K0
Wash. Loan andTrnst...- 121JJ
Amer. Security l'rusc ............. 145
110
110
124
Ho
Was.;, bile Deposit.. ,
KAILItOAD SjroCKS.
Capital Traction Co 69J
Metropolitan 120
Columbia 55
KcMngton l7i
Georgetown it Teuleytown....... ...'.
OAS AND KLKCTUIC LIGHT STOCK.
Wash. Gas 44J
Geo j;etown Gas .................. 42
USrtCloeiricLuut 121l
INSURANCE sfOCK
Firemen's 30
Franklin ....
Metr jpolitau.... 75
Corcoran 52
Potomac 60
Arlington 142
German-American 170
National Union 11
Columbia... ...... .................. 12J
RiUs 7JS
People's 5J
Lincoln 8
Commercial . 4
TI ILE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Real Estate Title 102
Columbia Title 5JS
Wash.ii-to:: Title 3
30
30
50
125
56
45
13
14
s?r
110
District Tirlc f.. 7 .....
1 ELKl'IIOXE STOCKS.
Pennsylvania 38 50
Chesapeake and Potomac 50 55
American Grapbophoue.. .......... TJX ..
l'ucu atie Gun Carriage.... .. .22 .23
MIsCKLLANKui'S STOCKS.
Mergc.ithaler Linotype lucw) ....
Lanaiou Monotype.............. ... SJ.
Washington Market 13
Great Fulls Ice 123
Nor.it ash. Steamboat
Lincoln Uall .
fc.-div.
D8?
12S
Baltimore Market.
Baltimore. April 2a Flour dull western su
pr r. 2 :Jia7.ot.': do. extra, 2.l0.t4.25; do. family,
.1 -vaSti-T winter wheat patent. 3L!Ntt4 15; spring
do. .'.75a '.'A; spring brar straigbr.:5.50-a-'UC
receipts. I.'.OJ lrrcts;sli.pin."iit, 451 barrel.-;
sale... 7.0 barrels A nrat dull and easy spot
anil month. 7a71,,'r May. 7'.ia70,; July.
7laIti stick. y5-'7 bushel-; sales 35.H0
bushels southern wheat by s .liq le,7oa76; do.
on gride. 7l.i7l. Corn stcadv sp r. month,
and M.iv. :'-"r7,.:33',; .Iui:e..1V)i bid: Jnlv. 3(a
:i(s: s:e"tnitr, mixed. ?4 31; reccip.s. H. S3
bushels; Stock. 011,.71 bu.tiicls; s;iles. 21,000
bit-lie 3 onfliern white corn. ioa35Ji; do.
ye.low. .'!7.i;7'. Oats steady No. ! white
v. extern. 27; No. ?. mixed d-.. 24Ja25 re
ceipts. 2.7SH bushels; sfi.ck. 2j!,4W bushels.
Rye inactive No. 'JLlOatl nearuv; 42a.' 3 west
ern toc . IK).t71 b'.ihct.s. Hay tinner choice
timothy. SlCL7C.i3IU.C0. Grain freights dull
stea.oer to Liverpool rer bushel. 2L May;
.ork for order per quarter, 2s.txl.a2s.7d.
April and May. sugar strong granulatedr
?..-S per 100 pounds. Butter weak fancy
etcamcry. 10al7Jrdo. imitation, 1141.7; do. ladle,
13.it I; good ladle, llal2; store pac-ed, SalO.
Eggs steady Treih. lrt.j. t'hpcsc weak
fancy New Vrk. w poim-Is, paj ill; do. 35
pounds, llallj; do. 22 pounds. ll&aR.Ji.
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