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THIS EVENlGr TIMES. WASHINGTsQK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1S97,
& t -'. .' .r a,-vviv sa$..i& vtG
Lansburgh & Bro.
We never advertise goods unless we give you
your full value's worth. We never stoop so low as
to tell you that we sell one dollar's worth of goods
for twenty-five cents. This is a matter of"impossi
b.lity for any legitimate establishment to do. We
do not make any such pretenses nor any such mis
representations, hut we give TRADING STAA1PS to
every purchaser of ten cents' worth of goods or
more. This has created much satisfaction, and this
1 we will continue to do. We have STRICTLY ONE
PRICE, and everything is marked in PLAIN FIGURES.
We buy all our merchandise direct from manufac
turers, and surely carry the largest stock in the city,
and a variety such as is seldom equaled.
Ladies, ask your gentleman friends to help you
fill your book by buying their merchandise of us.
THE TRADING STAMP HEADQUARTERS are di
rectly opposite our store, where you can see for
yourself what beautiful and useful articles they
420, 422, 424,
5. a.o''ft.)- Ti
720 14th St. W.
Special attention given in artificial tefHn.
Permanent full hfcts of teeth,
tertal and executed by skilled
workmen. Ail work guaran
teed to tie first dabs lu every
For this month only.
FOR THIS MC-YTIT OSIA'
LMctAl plate, having all the ad
vantages 01 gold, mucii nguter,
IlUtl-:tiiaL!au U.' lilt IIKIUM. lllll
unbreakable. Ttu mostdefciraMu
douture mat money will Jmiv.
$ The Highland Terrace Apartment
Bouse, Cor. I4ih ani
With the finest outlook In the &
city, in perfect order, with all
modern conveniences, ia now
reedy for the inspection of in-
tending- tenants. &
Apply on the premises to the J
6, MANAGER. $
e& e Sxj'x 3 sx& sxs sssi e
frSUCT YOU It DOOIt WITH
BLOUNT Door Check and Spring
It saves draught, fuel, time and
temper. It's a liquid, not an air
EbEV-W 1010 Pa. Avc.X.W.
Only place they can be secured.
You can save all tlic drudg
ery of your profebMon by hav
ing your fcewlnsr murhlneb op
erand by electricity. Ex
pends is hliKlit. Ask us ques
t ton & about it.
Q U.S. Eieir.o Lighting Cj., P
213 14th St N.W. 'Phone. 77
0 5 ?S?sy?i5SS3? J3rS q
Clearing out the entire stock of
To settle tlie etitate of If. King, Jr.
812-814 Seventh street.
715 Market Space.
(R & O STORAGE CO., 10 to 16 E
O. tX V. 6t.ne.-l to $3 per month.
For Cooking and Hearing.
GAS APPLIANCE EXCHANGE.
14.24 New STori; Ave.
ISO Gloria Umbrelln,
80(1 7th &t. 15I2-1-102U A'v
CKIBR-On Sunday, October 24, 1S97,
at 3 o'clock a. m., ALO VSlt'S P., beloveu
huiAMHd or Julia T. ami x-n of Bernard
Id. Ueier. in the tuirtv-first year of
Funeral from his late residence. No.
SH Tiilrteeatli4reetiiortheast,on Wednes
day, October 27. at S:45 a. m. Requiem
inaks at St. MarvV CliurU at D:3o. Rela
te th aud frtendh are respectfully uivitni
to attend. xt
IKK) LITTLE -On Sunday. Octoljer 24,
l-tf7. GEORGE DOOLITTLE, aged-Jiixty-Blx
Notice of funeral hereafter. It
332 Pn. Ave. N. W.
First-class service. 'Phone. 1385.
Today Low title. 12 34 a. m. aud 12:54
p .; high tide. G:S5 a, m. aud 7:01
Condition of the Wuter.
Ter.ipweture and condition of the water
at ft a. in : Great Falls Temperature.57;
condition. 31. Receiving reservoir Tem
perature, 00. coMUon at noun connection.
30- cuoditioii at aouth connection, 36. Dis
tributing reservoir Temperature. GO' con
dition at Influent gatehouse. 30; effluent
Gas lamps are lighted at 0:15 p. m.; ex
UnguiBbkip begun at 5:30 a. m. Tlie light
ing is bejeun one hour before the hour
named. Arc lamps are lighted at O'CO p.
in . cxttup-.tMied at 545 a. m.
Those wim Relieve chronic diarrlioea to
bo incurable should read wjiat Mr. P. E.
GriMiam, of Gaars Mills, La., has to say
on tiie subject, viz: "1 have been a snr
fercr from chronic diarrhoea ever since
the war, and have tried allinds of medi
cines for it. At last I found a remedy
that effected a cure, and that was Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy." This medicine can always be de
pended upon for colic, cliolera morbus, dys
entery, and diarrhoea. It is pleasant to
take, and never falU to effect a cure. 25
and 50-cent sizes for talc by Henry Evans,
"Wiiolesale and Retail Druggists, 938 1?
street, and Connecticut avenue and S
atreet nortbwest, and 1428 Maryland ave
426 Seventh St.
tv &.-.-. ..'C6.a fc.'- fcvs
black knights at work
Business Proceedings Conducted Uy
Newlv Elected Oillcers.
lieports of StutftlJin Committees and
Ol-rtiic!5 in the Constitution The
Program for Tonijht.
. The 8Wiud day's session or the thirtieth
annual convention of the German Order
of Black Knights convened this liioniingai
Arum ita!lat S o'clock.
The ne officer. wo ttcw elionen and
Iiiwtalled yeSeiday, conducted the pro
ceedings. The morning hours were taken
up with the hearing of the reports of btnnd
lag iommJtiees and suggestions as to
.manges if the constitution. The proposi
tlotiM in refnruuee to the latter incorporate
no material change further than U necea
Kiry to niaKf the order modem and up to
date iu all its different branches.
The session Adjourned at 12:30 until
2:30 p m Immediately after adjournment;
the grnii-1 office r and the officer, of the
local orntich'" were photographed In a
grupn tln-MJUth fitepn jt the Potofflce
It the weather is jsucli as not to prevent,
the delegates to theramveiition cndthelocal ,
members of the order wjil parade lliu. even
ing, starting from Arion Hall at 7.30 j
(clock Th" line of inarch will be from
Arion Hall to P Mxeet, tiience to Flftvnth,
tfcmc nth to Pennsylvania avenue t
Teace Monutrent. where the column will
counter march as far as Seventh street.
Tlie n arch will ihen bi continui-l north
on Hi-veuth street to Mat-onie Hall, where
the tj, rd quadrennial convention ball of
the combined lodges of the Blaek Knights
will be glwa this evening. The committee,
in charge cf the ball are:
ELculive ciiniiiltu-t William Haiine
j mam.. .Tohc. lleininger, Charles JG. Gerner.
: Freil Waterholter, and Gottfried Barth.
i lc;cepnn committee John Bu-'chlinsr,
Fred Herrmanu and Ad.df Seubode.
j FIor eoniMiJUee Robert Web?r, John
! Sfhad, Charles Gerner, Dav. Bus(:h aud
A DHTJ5 JIET'.VUEX SIIOWEHS.
3118 rihnero! Leaves the Hotel for
it Hide at Noon.
Senorltj Evangelina Cisnercs the little
Culwtn heroine, spent the morning very
quietly In per apartments at the Arlington.
The continued tpell of rainy weather,
that ha prevented her icing Wanhing
ton ?it it beet, forced her to remain at
the lwte! during the morning. Few per
sunk vcre received. Later in the day
advautage waj taken of the brief ee-&a-tlon
of tlie rain for a drive around the
Mr. Karl Tecker took the train for New
York yes'.erday afternoon and spent tlie
night In the metropolis. He is expected
to return this nftvrnoon- The date for
Mi3s Clsnerob departure from the city ha
uoi been decided upon, but It is not thought
that she wiirieave. If at all, until "Wednes
doy at the earliest.
SJOTBIiit AND .O.V FINED.
Eneh rny S10 for Assaulting:
For assaulting Policemau Tyser in Bare
foot alley laht night Mrs. J. Nelson aud her
sun. John Nelfon, were fined $10 each in
the police coui t this morning.
The policeman had Nelsou under arrest,
wheu, as he tetiried in the police court,
the mother, Grace Robinson aud Cora Lee
t upon him, 'and all fought him. All
wt-re arrc.t'd and charged with assault
upen an officer. The evidence, however,
did not prove the charge against the Ro! -itiHon
and Lee girls, and they were dh
nilss?d. JEHKKD IIKU JAAVS LOOSE.
And Three Slen Worked Hard Before
They "Were Ueplnccd.
Williaeisport, Pa., Oct. 25. Sliss Ella
Lilly, of Montgomery, while walking along
the street vawned so hard that her jaw
bera'ise unlocked. She thought her false
teeth had . edged l-etween ttie jaws, and
aftiT removing the teeth and finding no
reht-f tlie girl ran screaming through the
fctreet. ir leuuircd the combined serv
ices of a doctor and two men to get her
jaws e-k in place. She tuffered most
Lute Lot ul Happenings.
Charles Hewlett, a colored youth, wses
found guilty of. a .""harge of housebreaking
lielore Chief Justice Bingham today. He
was remanded for sentence.
"Through Attorneys W. Preston WI1I
iar;fcon :md LpihuoI Fugitt, Zilphia E.
Norton today filed suit for divorce from
James F. Norton, charging adultery and
Membsrs f the police force were, during
a trial for enticing prostitution, In the po
iicc court this morning, directed to bring
In the n?en in tj-gse cases. The trial was
that of Henrietta Adams. She was fined $5
1'our credit is good at Lansburgh's Fur
niture House, 13th and F fits. oc3-tf
Tlie Senator Considers Immigra
tion a Menace to the Country.
NEEDS OF THE NEW REPUBLIC
Annexation 11 Necessity to Prevent
Hm Ilelnpse Into Monarchy hy.tlie
AVorU of Those GdposIhk It Amer
ica "Woultl Not Protect the Island
Under Hoynl Heiun.
New York, Oct. 25. -Senator John T.
Morgan, in aletter, bearing date Honolulu,
Oct. 1, received here via Victoria, B. C,
discusses at some length the question of
tlie annexation of Hawaii together with
a review ofthe needs or that republic
In this he says:
It is the reaLpurpoMi of all who in this
country oppose annexation to the United
States to relegute Hawaii to monarchic
government. TJjey know that' 'When the
monarchy is le-ettublished the kingdom
iriiKl belong loor I'd u dependency of tome
great miritime power, and they desire
result ' ' ,
monarchy, Hawaii can neither be
uor be under the protection of the
States;. Tiie rapid Mdtlement ot
these ibiauds by some foreign nation is a
neces-ary result or these conditions, In
this period or activity In the movements!
of population, and, lert to Its unaided
strength, the control of that Immigration
is beyondthe power of any local government
or Hawaii, whatever may be its form.
Hawaii is thus forced by an overpowering
necessity to eeek a foreign alliance, with
s-iiue uionarchy.or annexation to the United
States, hi order to control this question of
The pre.jii,iv or immigration rrom Asia is
fo great that in a very tew years the entire
Hawaiian group of Islands will he occupied
by Aslatir-S In every available spot, anil
that will result In smothering cut the na
tlvee and the white people, except a few
who have control ol laige planting inter
'1 hose who feel l hat concern Tor the native
Hawaiian that they so well deserve cannot
regard wHh Indifference this ttrtaln means
of reducing them to want and of assuring
lliNr extermination. Its fatal effect ar
already beginning to .e obvious, and imme
diate relief is demanded.
If "lliiii immigration is arrested the na
mes, who are a stiong and highly intelli
gent r.ice, will gather to themselves the
great advantages of Hit increased value of
their lands Ihatare now about to be cap
tured by IPc patlentindustry orthese Imml
grants from the Eafct.
The efforts of the A mcricaus to lead the
Hawaiian? up to a higher civilization
which have been so remarkably succotsf ul,
will all le lost and they will be suffocated
and destroyed, morally and as a race of
people, il the piesenl tide of immigration
is not anested. Tills republic, excellent
as it is In all matters of internal govern
nicnt, his not the national strength to
prevent this destruction of the native
Inwailanfc through the influx of Orientals.
ThlK policy of encouraging Asiatic IiumJ.
gration was instituted iu the reign of Kala
kaua.thtough the Importunity orcapitnlistb
and enterprising men, who discovered that
great enlth Could Tk speedily acquired by
the uiimation of sugar and rice. That
weak King was easily influenced, and his
love of personal display and of vicious lu-
dulgenC" made him an easj prey to tnr
iiew.-Giiii-rs, -who flattered his vanity ami
loaned him money to support a mock regal
state vltu excess of folly and vain
glory. 1 1 Its the continual Ion or this policy thatis
the real quott on thutrelatestj thepreservc
tiou of the Hawaiian people. All royalists
who are inhabitants of Hawaii, led by i
leal or j.r.eteniled zeal for the reinstatement
of the lapsed monarchy, whether the?
are citizens or whether they are the sub
jecis of any regal jxnver In Europe or
A-aa. Hup-Kirt the pretensions of Japan un
der its interpretation of Kalakaua's labor
The) combine vjtl some Americans, who
establish plantations under acts of in
corporation at the expense of homesteads,
bec.mse that istheoiily way of saving th
people ftom a feudallandlordlsni- madeper
pctual under incorporated companies.
But all t'.ieselnierests combined are as yet
unequal to the work of preventing the de
liverance of Hawaii from this destruction
through the ':nti-xat!on of these islands to
the Fnitcd States. Their intrigues are not
If weeouldpermi tthclr annexation to any
other government with safety to our con
niercp and our coast defense, the fate of
these p"opIe would be their Inevitable ex
termination after only a few yiirs of
Senator llorgan devotes some attention
to the climatic advantages of the island,
the abundance and purity of the food sup
ply and then, referring to the declining
population, says: "Some other theory
must be found to account for thedecreascin
the census of the native people than their
physical, mental or moral traits. It is quite
possible that their restoration to racial
vigor will be promoted by the feeling of se
curity that will attend their elevation to
citizenship in the great Republic, and the
consequent stimulus to higher hopes and a
more stalwart and independent manhood.
It is a serious error," he says, '-'that leads
to the conclusion that the people of these
Kiauds prefer monarchy to free self-govern
tnent. As a rule, the people of Hawaii have
yielded allegiance to the crown with much
The people in Hawaii have found In the
principles or free republican government
the restoration of their ancient liberties,
freed from all feudal exactions and bur
dens, and they appreciate the blessings ol
the restoration. They have no wish to
return to the monarchy.
The essential and practical benefits ol
icpubllcan roveiumntarr manifest in thee
island" not only by contrast with the for
mer regul governmpiit, but in many ways,
in public improvements and In the content
meat of the people, in which this excellent
government bears no unfavorable compari
son with the States of the American Union.
The people of all classes undersiand an!
appreciate this situation to such a degree
that they fear that any change will be
to their disadvantage.
The hesitancyof any Hawaiian who is not
a royalist in riving his asssnt to annexation
dred that it may change for the worse
his relations to the white people here, ami
in the United States, and that it may lessen
the weight of his influence as a unit of
the governing power.
If such apprehensions possoj-sed any real
value, or if delay In annexation would tent
to dissipate them, our reluctance In even
senung to force our institutions or govern
ment upan other peoples might cause us ;.j
postpone action upon the treaty.
But we have our responsibilities, which
are stronger than mere sentiment, toward
apeoplewhoarc ingreatdauger fromenuses
that are not chargeable to them or to the
governmentot the republic of Hawaii, or to
that of the United States, and we must meet
ihem oi stand by and witness the destruc
tion of a people who are the children of out
Ir we lies
idnptliin, whom we have always assured oi
sttate ours will be the Just cen-
Per Visit :s OuifOiily Charge,
All MEDICINES and SERV
V I '
All Diseases of a SLUSOIAX XATUltE oi"
Either Sex Aro Treat eiLfor Ono Dol
. larp;r Visit UNTifi-CUJlED.
Young Niert, Middle Age
Suffering from the vices and errors o f youth,
and troubled with Nervous Debllitv, Lobs
or Memory, Bashrulness, Confusion or Jdens,
Headache, Dizziness, Palpitation of the
jii-ui i.. c-uh. uin.'j, uurK tiircies aiduiih uie
Eyes, Pimples on the Face, Loss or Sleep,
Tired Feeling iu the ilorning, Evil Fore-
Ixidlngs, Dull, Stupid, Aversion to Society,
No Ambition, Bad Tiuto in the Mouth,
Dreams and Night Losses, Deposits in the
Urine, Frequent Urination, sometimes ao-
companied with slight burning. Kidney
Troubles, or any disease of the Gcnlto-
Urinary Organs, can here find an honest,
safe and speedy cure.
VARICOCELE CURED AT ONCE without
operation. Have you the seeds of any past
disease lurking In your system, I.MPOTEN-
CY or Loss of Sexual Power, and do you
con template MARRIAGE? Do you leel
safeln taking this step? You can't afford
to take any risk. Like father; like bon.
We have a never-failing remedy that wilt
purify the Blood and positively bring back
Lost Power. Our lamest opinion always
National Meal ani '
7 1 7 Fourteenth St. N. W.
OFFICE HOURS 9 a.m. to 6 p. iu.;Sun
days, 10 p. in. to 1 p. in.
Consultation tree and Invited hi person or
by letter. . lt-em
sure fora weak abandonment of this young
repifbilc to the aggressions of monarchy and
its Christian people to the suffocation of p.
relapse lito paganism.
TIL OF Bi WILUnllS
Former Fine Clerk Faces Charges
CROWDS IN THE COURTROOM
Case for the Prosecution Opened by
A.siMnnt District Attorney linker
Chief of Pollcoaii
"Witness A Heated
The trial of Dan Wllltatn&i ex-clark of
fines of the police court charged with
the emliezzlement of 5,0)0 of funds in
trusted to his rare- wa begun before Judge
lira dler this morning hi criminal court. No.
2 Owing to "Williams' popularity around
town, and the extraordinary features of his
ulleged theft and subsequent capture,
unusual iurerest is being paid to the case.
"When the trial began this morning, Judge
Bradley's courtroom .wascrpwded. among
the uuditor.a being, many .friends and ac
quaintances of the accustd. Conspicuous
among those present were many of the
attaches of the police department and
court. Major Moore. Qhier Clerk Richard
Sylvester, Clerks Lum Harper, Joseph Potts,
William ilattlngly and Detective George
Boyd, ail witnesses In the case, occupied
.eats along front iail before Judge Brad
ley. The alleged embezzlement of Williams
extended over a period of dlx months or a
year. No one la or around the police court
ever susppcted that "honest" Dan Wll
Hams, as he was familiarly called, hall
ever doctored his accounts until one morn
ing Dan failed to make his appearance at
the court. Upon inquiry it was found that
he had left for parts unknown. His books
were examined aud a large discrepancy In
his books was found. Williams, however,
covered his trucks so skillfully that no clew
could be secured as to his whereabouts.
The detectives were at ajuss to locate him.
Notices were sent to all parts of the coun
try notifying chiefs of police of his crime,
and finally abcut a month after his di'ap
pcaranc a telegram was received from the
St. Louis authorities saying that he had
buen captured. Detective George Boyd
was Immediately delegated by Major Moore
to bring him buck.
Williams is a tall, lank man with long
arms and legs, narrow shoulders, and a
small, well-shaped head covered with a
sparbe growth of black hair. His face is
covered with a luxuriant growth or dark
brown Burnslde whiskers and a heavy mus
tache. His eyes are small and blue, well
set in his head and close together. Alto
gether, Williams' face Is that of an Intelli
gent and pleasant man. His friends have
always found him to be the best of
During the trialhe sat beside Ills counsel,
paying the closest attention to the pro
ceedings. Mr. Tracy L. Jeffoids appeared for
Williams, while District Attorney Davis and
his assistant, Mr. Baker, prosecuted.
In opening the case Mr. Baker reviewed
the history of the alleged embezzlement,
.nd sild that the pollcecourt records would
e produced, whlen would ronclusivel y r rove
that Williams was guilty.
The first witness called was Major
That the easels to be a hotly contested
one on both sides was evidenced at the very
outset. One of the first questions asked
Ma ior Moore was one becking to ascertain
who had detailed Williams for duty at the
police court. Mr. Jeffords objected to the
question and proceeded to argue against it
on a technicality. The Argument aroused
DIstilct Attorney Davis' ire.
"Now, your honor," he said, arising to
his feet, "if my brother is going to be so
exacting in his technicalities. why we might
as well brmg the District Commissioners,
their records and all their books over here
and have some of these points settled.
These are unimportant, and I hope the at
torney for the defense will have a little
consideration for that fact."
Major Moore testified that in August,
i89G, the police department discovered a
mortage in Williams' aLcounls. "Williams
lad then disappi-ared.ire had not seen
he chfeulaul again until William had been
brjught back from St. Louis.
Lum Harp jr, el-rk In th" pollc court, was
.iext c&ll-d. lie testified that he had been
miployed at the court for thirteen years.
'.n answer to a question Mr. Harper ex
slaincd that Williams hadr'C2lvHt tiie Tines
t.iposcd by the court, had entered them
pen his books and receipted for them. He
md then mad: a report and witness would
jartify to the flu2s.
At th request of the district attorney.
lr. Harper produced "the records of the
xilice court, for May 4, 180G. Mr. Harper
iroceeded to read off a large number of
eceipts which William" had made for fines
md collateral collected. Fine after fine
-.its read. As Mr. Harper proceeded and
:vl a pile or receipts bafore him fully afoot
ligh Judge Bradley smiled. "The day pri
edlng May 4, must liavs been a national
ollfiav, judging Trout ' ' records of the
ajurr' he remarked.
'It was surdy a ii-t -citer day," re-
spouded Mr. Davis, as he -walked o.er to
the big calendar hanging in The hall In the
rear or the bench. 'Ten, your honor, that
day -was a Sunday. The sap or enthusi
asm must have wirely arisen In the veins
of the populace on that day."
The object of leading the fines -was to
ascertain the total amount collected on that
day. and to show theamountaccouulcdfor
by -Williams, which -would then make clear
an alleged discrepancy on that date.
At a late hour this afternoon Mr. Harper
-was still on the st-ind reviewing the col
lections th'.t Williams made during portion
of Maj, leoo.
STOCK MARKET DISTURBED
Advices on Certain Matters Unsatis
factory and Disquieting.
Intended Poiioiemeiit of Union Pa
cific Itailroud Sale Mmle Prices
Xnv y.rlc, Oct 25. The stock market
was disturbed this morning by a numbec
of adverse, influences. London prices carr.u
materi-illj lower, and the cable advices
at to the note or Spain on Cuban matters
were tuiKatlsfnctory and disquieting.
A powerful influence, however, was pro-duc-ecl
by the rumors of Government ac
tion for the postponement of the Union Pa
cific r'nle, which were afterward confirmed
by a itatementfrom the reorganization committee-
accompanied by the announcement
that tin' full claim of theGovernment Would
be bid, and a roMponemcnt, therefore, bo
prevented. This gave a steadier tone to
the speculation, and prices rallied slightly.
In Government bonds the new 4s and u
registered were 1-8 per cent higher.
New York Stock Market.
Corrected dally by W. B. nibbs & Co..
Bankers aud Brokers. Members of the
K. y. Stocfc Exchange, 1427 F street.
Op. Hizh. Isnyr, 2nB
A.U erlcac Spirits, ufd... ..
-Via. -uf:ar Keflnerv 141
American bngar pro....
Uchlson Tod. & H. F..
Uaitliuoro A Ohio
Bty State Oas
U..t. C. &3c 1,
Chicago. IJur.it liuincy.
Cmcago A Xortlnv'u....
C. M. i St. Paul
0.. H. 1. and 1
Del., Lack.it West.
iJol:iv.iro A Hudson....
LiuuisviUe & Njliville..
Alidiig n Central
i.. iw a-T. uni
tluaj.1 L,u.id Co.
ov Jersoy CoutrA!-....
om 1'or.c Central
.i. rihoru Pacihc.
.witucni P-cino utd....
i liil.i. & Ko.uiiujr.
Jem), coal and Iron...
t.ri. Leather, prel
. heeling it Lake Jirie..
t usiL-ui Unluii Toi .. .
lux v:zh iv
0IV !tiJ5 9I.V
t2;s 93'-. t2
8-jj Blj'i b5M
211 311 210 21C
lo'J ld(i 15ti 15 U
102 100i :o
lOo 105 lUo
SjA 8:.-t b,ft 87.
Chlcngo Grain and Provision Slarltet
Corrected dally by "VV. H. Jllbbs & Co..
Bankets and Brokers, ilembers of the
M. y. Stock Exchange. 1127 F street.
Open. High. Low. 2 p.m.
Dec M Oi 91?,' 3JX
jiay. W !27.' OIj'-.V 03'-
Deo W 'Mi 25.V 'loy.
My 30); OKi CO.-Jf 29.-?;
Dec 1S ISM IS-: lSy
May -I -I 0-i '.0
Dec 7.0 7. 7S0 7.S0
Dec -1.32 4.35 4.32 1.32
Djw 1.52 - J.52 1.32 4.52
Sow York Cotton Slnrket.
Open. High. Low. 2p.in
November 6.93 5 93 5.9.5 0.9 1
December 0 ".'7 5 & . 5.93 d.'JJ
January 5 93 i.OD 5.95 o.Uu
.March 0 07 MS i.OJ 0.02
Your credit is good at Lansburgh's Fur
niture House.. 13th and F fcts. oc3-tf
continuing until 6 o'Clock
Next Saturday Night,
Offer Our Entire Stock of
Fine Parlor Suites at
AND ON CREDIT.
Do not imagine that this reduction will continue a MINUTE longer than the
time advertised. Do not imagine that our Parlor Suites will bi offered at such a
sacrifice again for they WILL NOT! We have simply made up our minds to do
the Parlor Suite business of Washington this week, an3 we'll DO IT! These regu
lar marked prices are in plain figures on every price tag. They are as low as sim
ilar qualities can be bought for CASH in any furniture house in Washington. Tor
six days ONLY you can keep 25 cents un every dollar these price tags call for,
and pay the bill as you can spare the money weekly or monthly. Next Monday
morning regular WORTH prices will prevail. Will you miss this greatest chance
of the season?
Carpets made, laid and lined frea. No charge for waste
in matching figures
Between II and I Sts.
WiiHliliiKtim Smelt ijn'tmnyc.
Salts -Washington Loan and Trust, 10
at 110 1 2. Capital Traction. 3 at 52 5-8.
Chesapual-e and Potomac Telephone. 13
at G7 1-2; 15 at CG 1-2. Pneumatic Gun
Carnage, 1.100 at 33 cents; 270 at 32
ccnta Mergenthaler Linotype, 10 at IJ54.
Lauston Monotype, 50 at 17.
U. a. 4'S. H1D37Q. J.
U. .. Ve. C lb"7 Q. J
U. S. 4,8. 193
u.s. vs. loot (i. p
DISTRICT OFCOLUXBIA KOXD?.
1S30 5J 20-year FunUlug" mi
b"s VMi oO-jear l-uudin" gold.... 112
"slWl. 4 ater block" currency.. Ii2
"slUoS. v atcr fatock" currency. 112
"I- unUlng" currency .Go's Ill
J4's lte.:-lC3. Ib93-ll3t ; ,
Mer.H. Ho3.1io 115f
Mcr.lt K Con v. Ga U9 1
Met. It It Cert. Indebtedness. ..A.. 1J2
Mor. lill Cert.Indobteduea3...JJ.. Ill
beiilt It.-a. IU21 50
Kckmcton It Ittfs SO
Columbia It It (.'s. 19M 11U
ash Gas Co, ber A. o's. lwr.'-'2T. .. Ul
ash Gas Co. her U.i.'s. l!K)l-'Ji...
U. b. liloc. Light Dtbenture Imp.
CI.es.m.1 Pot Tel 5's. lSll.i-1'jSt
aiu bee & 'lea's, frand A. IVOt iOj
Aiu bee A i r -,'g. A and U. Jyuj. . 101
asli .Market Go 1st Vs. IW.-WIl.
t7.0t0 retired annually
V. ash Market Co imp u's. 12-27
Wash .MarkotCocxt'uffd. 1U-2T..
Jlabouicllalt Association &V I'JOS.
Wabh Ltluf Istb'd, 1U0I
2CATIOXAL BAXK STOOKS.
Bank of Wasblugtou. 270
Metropolitan 2si JJvu
Farmers' and Mechanics' iS'l 100
Citizens .". 135
WestKnd K2 Iti
l'raUera' . .... ......
Lincoln loi ltb "
Sake nceoaiT aso tiiust coiieAxrEj.
Nu teato Deposit and Trust 102
Wash. Loai. aud Trust 1I9A' li-i
Amer.beuurit.r aud Trust 14a
WaaU, bale ijcjioait ................ .... ......
Capital Traction Co 52VJ 53
Ortumtiia rt.. BO
GAS AXD KtiKUriUO UQUL-bTOOICS.
U.a. electric Liht
. 01 103
Real Estate Titlo
Chesapeake. md Potomac.
American Graiihopnuno, pfu.
Pneumatic Gun Carnage
U asuiugtou Maiiie;
Great eaiU Ico
Mor. it Wash, bteambo it....
nODBLl) AX OPEX SAFE.
Colored Thief Steals From a Busi
ness Office and Escapes.
A young colored man sneaked Into the
office of Duremus& Juck.modelnmkers.on
Eleventh street, r.eai Pennsylvania avenue
northwest, this morning aliout 11 o'clock,
and htole $7 from an open safe. A messen
ger boy was tlie only peison in the office
at the time, and lie was engaged In con
versation with a workman at the door
leadlnir to the workshop, lie happeued to
turn his bead ic time to See the tldef, and
gave the alarm, as the man dashed down
The bo3' chased after the negro aud
ran him across Pennsylvania avenue uud
down Eleventh street to C street, where he
was lost in rhc crowd.
Detectives Weedoa and Parham, together
with Officer Austin, ot the First precinct,
made an Investigation and secured a de
scription ot the tnlef.
COXSPIKACY 'lO ASSASSINATE.
Strikers So id 1o Be Seeking: the Life
of n Sheriff.
v.'itkenbnrre. Pa., Oct. 25.-John Sep
laic, s'Urt to be oue ot the JIazleton strik
ers, i-i m jail, charged with maklag threats
against the life if Sheriff Martin. Seplak
was giver, a preliminary hearing before
Justice of the Peace Connlff and commit
ted lo jail for a hearing.
Th prosecution claims that the prlsouer
Is one or a band of fifteen foreigners who
have entered into ft conspiracy to assassi
nate Knerir. Aldrtlu. When the prisoner
was searched a penknive and razor wero
found on him.
The National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
Of the District of Columbia.
COR. 1DTH ST. AND XEVT YOKK AVH
Chartered by special act of Congress, Jan.,
1867, and acts of Oct., 1890,
aud Feb., 1892.
Money to Loan
At 5 Per Cent,
en real estate in D. C; no delay; terms
UEISKELL & SrcLERA??.
1008 F at. aw.
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
Wembern ot tbe :,-ew Tori Stock s
change, 1419 F at. Glovar Buddlns.
CojTespoudenu. of Messrs. Moore i Scoloy.
Jo tiO Broadway,
Bankers and Dealers In Uoverument rtnndx.
Deposita. Exchange JLosna.
Kallrocd atocka and Bonda and all
ecuritlea listed on the exchanges of
few l'ork, Philadelphia. Boston and BalW
more ixmi;at aud boiu-
A opecJalty made of Invcatment securl
Ues. District Bonds and all local Eall
road, Uas. Inaurance ana Telephone Brock
American Bell Telephone Block bourrUJ
ofl tola. tnal5-a
J. A. 1UIEEX & CO., BROKERS.
Stocks, BoDds, Cotton, Grain, and Pro
visions. Conespondents Purnell, Hagnman & Co.,
members N'ew yTorkCoiiolidated Hxehanse;
Anvood. Violett & Oi., members N'ew York
Cotton Exchange: Lamsoa Bros. & Co..
Board or Trade, Chicago.
Itoom, a ....u xS.t., .sun Enilil.as.
BANKERS and BROKERS.
Members New York Stock Exchange.
1 427 F Street.
LADENBURU, TH A I.MANN & CO.,
31 ONE Y rANTElJ AXT3 TO I.QA.V.
WANTED -To borrow $150 for 5 months:
return principal $30 per month, and will
give S.50 with each installment of prin
cipal for use or monev. Address- COLFAX
WASHINGTON, this office. It
WANTED To borrow $50 tor thirty days,
on good iudorsed note, by a good and
responsible party. Address Box "i5. this
office. OC23-8 1
MONEY LOANED upoufurnlture and Other
good Securities without removal or puti-
llcaty . 512 13th St. uw. oc23-3t
WANTED -To borrow $l,5UO un first-class
collateral security; gentleman or lady
liaving this amount to loan inn secury.
position as cashier paying $5u a niuntti;
full Investigation; no tnf Ung. AihlrenM Box
100. thisorfice. cc23-2t,em
MONEY to loan iu small sums on personal
security; no delay. Address 11. B. W
this office. oc2'-tf
WANTED A party with about $3,000 to
buy notes ranging rrom $5 to $100:
bearing commission of 7 per cent per
month; ou good indorsements and other
securities. Address BOX 75, thia office.
-A NEW PLAN.
510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIAN03.
HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC..
U ithout removal from possession of owcir.
You can have the money the day you
apply fot it. Payments on tlie prnicipoi,
of any amount, will be received at an y time,
which will lessen cost or loan.
MOST DESIRABLE TERMS
No cost to you if loan is not made.
Please call for further Information.
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO-aull-tt-em
S02 F at m?.
LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT
erai. tucn as lire policies, mocks, bonds,
hutitiizg association tburea, bynuicate cer
tificates, etc. No delay. JlERKE-S A
BAKKR. llio F st. Take elevator. .U
MONK TO LOAN at 5 and 6 per cent:
tocurilv.real estate tu District of Colum
bia; no delay beyond an inspection or prop
erty and examination or title. WALTER
b. ACK.KU.7U1 14th St. nw. mh2K-tr
MOKEX TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5
and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate;
?250, $500, etc., at 6 per cent; all
transactions couducted with econoinlral
consideration for borrowers.
WfLLIAM U. SAUNDERS & CO.,
apie-tf 1407 F et. nw.
RDririTJQ CKLt.im.VTKl) HATS
Ul.KJU I O .lla lllh j, luv- sel.j,
Croup Qulclily Cured.
Mountain Glen, Ark. -"Our children were
suffering with croup, when we received a
battle or Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
afforded ntmost lnstunt reller." -F. A.
THORNTON. This celebrated remedy if
Tor sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale an?
Retail Druggist, 938 F street, and Con
nectlcut avenue and S street northwest,
aud 142s Maryland avenue northeast.