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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1898.
3 Iimyon's Talk On the Kidne3's and the Danger oF N.'jjlecting: Them. 'Wars ami Placues." savs Prof.Munvon. "kill fewer neonle than diseases fir the kidneys. In health these oruaiis relievo tne system or till roltonous iiitrii the urine. If dis eased t lie Poison i emaius in the bioou anu in creases bv mi nute uu.inUties. piling uo atom bv atom, until the fcVfctcm can no loimer resist its efforts. Tlie heart is poison ed. Its action fall.-, ami droPsv aimenrs. The rw I if A Great Throng to Hear General William Booth. THE CHURCH IS INADEQUATE Long Before Use Sleeting Every Seat In TnkPii-Tile l'ollce CJear the Aisle.- This Conminnder Ac knowledges Hit Cordial Reception Judging the Salvation Army. Kionev Cure will cure 05 tier cent of all forms of kidnev iitca.e When the dis ease is Tnr ad vanced and there arc other complications patients had better fend a four-ounce vial of their urmc. with full svmnroiiis. We will then make a caicrul analvsl of the water anil advice tne liest oiur.se in nur suc to iret well, absolutely free of cnarce." Munvons Homeopathic Home Remedies comprise a separate cure for each disease, and arc told v all drusrists. mostlv 25 cents a vial. Munvon's italic Liertrical Machine cures rheumatism. Miff joints, paralysis, and nouraleln. and elves new life to tne nerve-racked and liraln-wearv. Ajunyou's LiTe Chamber cures catarrh, asthma ami bronclillis. and heals and re stores tne membrane.-, of the throat and luncs. Munyon's skilled doctors are at your service free all dav and evenimr. Sundays. "2 to 5. 23 'Jhirteenth street northwest. Hundreds of persons who wanted to hear Gen. "William Booth, the founder and commander-in-chief of the Salva tion Army, were disappointed last neious svstein i nigiit, com" Wofis u're I The New York Avcue Presbyterian followed bv I Church could not conia'.n half of the l' will r ' crov,'(1 that desired to be present at the antcc that inv ' Initial meeting in Gen. Booth's faiewell American tour. The church was crowded long before the hour for the opening of the meet-, ins:, and the steps leading up to the main entrance of tl.e edifice, as well us MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. MONEY confidentially loaned upon furni ture and other srood .securities, without removal or publicity. 512 KUh-st. mv. rell-3t WANTED -Loan of $2,000 on reaTcslate at per cent, and one-fifth profits. Ad dress DJNANZA, tliis office. felO-Jt LOANS made on approved collateral, such as lire policies, block.--, bunds, building association .shares. K.rnuicate certiticates. -to.; no delay. TEKKES k UAKLlt. 1 HO F st. Take elevatjr. tr EXCELLENT accommodations at the Null invest Mo-ase House. .'JlG-:ilS Stli nw., ror the .toraue and care of all kinds or furnitur-, nidi-., etc, in open, airy looms, adymces made: goods Insured, feu -tf MONEY TO LOAN at the lowest rates or interest, on unproved and unimproved property, iu the District of Columbia; no delay bevoud examination or title. WAL TER JI. ACiC VAl. 704 I4tll 6t. nw. fe3-tr something in their souls that the former condemn. Neither judge us by what we think of oui selves or by our croed, even thoush we proclaim the great cardinal doctrines ct orthodoxy. Do not study us by our method of working. No doubt we may change with the limes to suit dif ferent conditions-. "Judge by us the results of our work. Tiiis is the standard followed by the great syndicates, and by all business men. They wont to know abou't their profits. Tliis 9 so with military enter prise. The general does not want to re port how the commissary is sc much as he wants to report how much terri tory he has taken. "Judge us by our works. This seems to be God's method. Look at your own life and judge It by what you. have done. I do not want to maintain that the Sal vation Army Is perfect. No. But I think that we are improving. There are thou sands of bands toiling in the same field. How great are our harvests? What a field we have for work in our own coun tries. Here are the heathen In our own land, our own: llesh and blood, .wander ers from the fold and renegades from the kingdom of Christ. "The Salvation Army has done some thing. It Is very little to what might bs done. It is very Utile in my humble estimation to what it will do. You can not save men in halves. You must save them spiritually and socially. The vast majority of those that need to be saved the most you will find exceedingly diffi cult to reach, except through their cir cumstances, to help them socially and give them a new start and to change their appetites." Gen. Booth then gave an interesting I BIGHT IJfliO CASTLE Experiences of a Bridgeport Man and Two Companions. TAKEN W SPANISH CAVALRY A Yuclifc Club Undge Looked Upon With Suspicion and the Trio Ar retted Significant Slgnst of. lint red for Americans Manifested at n Bull JSht. Dark Room 1 vdt LOANS AIADi: ON FURNITURE. PIANOS. ETC., "Without pu jlicity or removal, and the day you ask Tor it- We have an equitable payment plm which creatly reduces the cost r carrying the loan, and we will irive you a year's time if vou want it io pay Hip Srtiue. Business uiru con fidential. Please call and convince your elf that our rutos are the lowest. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., fe.l-tr CIO F St. N.W. LOANS of S10 and upward made on Fur niture, pianos, norses. wagon, etc, at lowest rates and oa the day you apply. It au be returned in Installments;, which re duces the co'-t or carrying it. Loans also made on the ouilding and loan association plan- Call and g-t rates, front room, ltt floor. NATIONAL MOKTliAGITLOAN 0.. 625 F st. iw. Ja31-tf-em MONEY TO LOAN on chattel, collateral and personal security, diamonds. E. B. llcCO WAN. Room 19. 1410 Fst. ja27-lm YOU CAN borrow money on -rour rurniture, carpal., pianos, indse., etc. NORTH- WhS i hl'OiUui, lluLfcc;, aio-16 biuuw. dc7-3mo A NEW PLAN. S10 TO Si ,000 TO LOAN ON uousuholu FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSnS, CARRIAGES. ETC. Without icinoval from nosbCbslou or owner. ou can :iave the money the day you apply for it. Payments on the principal, ol any amount- will bereceivedat anytime, which will lessen cost of loau. LOWEST JtATES. ilOST DESIRABLE TERMa No cost to you ir loan is not made. Strictly courideatial. Please call Tor rurlher information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO. aull-tf-em 602 F fct. nw. MONEY TO LOAN-SI ,000 upward, at B and 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. real estate; $250. SCOO, etc., at 6 per cent; All Uausuctlous conducted wim ecouomlcnl consideration lor borrowers. WILLIAM U. SAUNDERS & CO.. Epl6-tf. 1407 F St. nw. LOST. LOST One p. in. or Feb. 10, cor. 12th and F sts. nw., or Columbia Theater. laay's gold watch; eneraved. Ecward if lert at5l- 13th H. nw. fell-3t LOST PocketlKJok, containing monev and railroad passes. Liberal reward Tor its return to owner or to the cashier of The Kalelsh. It LOST A box with skirts, inside; reward if returned to l"0S5thst. nw. feio-at-ein LOST An Odd Fellows' charm; hand and" S. i. P. on one slue; three links on tne oilier: reward. PULL1AM. 507 2d st. nw. relO.tu.tliu.sat.tf LOST So lcward On morninE of Feb. J- small male lorkstiire terrier; answers to name D-aidee. license 7,904. Mrs. A COSTA. J 743 X st. n w. f c9 -Gt LOST Feb. ", on Mount Pleasant, brindle bull terrier, white points, one dark eve: luinie, "Uos " on collar: tac. No. 7685. Jteturu 141 "2 Hopkins st. nw.: So reward. feS-:U-em mmMMmmmwsm s. js " j . . tt?ir. ' ' iifiiiiiiiriiii;ifuir;ni'jifjtisX?!iff u((2 Wvm w'f-s " Sf . MV. l- '.vfmy. "c mrw;ik& i l V'Slf. GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTH. the adjacent sidewalks on the New ( resume of the work accomplished by York avenue and IT street sfdes, were tlie Salvation Army, and tlie wonderful black with a crowd of about 2,000 peo- ' strides it has mane during the past three pie, who were endeavoring to get Into ' years in all pails of the world. He the church, but who were held back by laid special stress on the social side of the police, and finally dlspetsed. j Ihe. work which is a new adjunct, be- Even at an early hour many of those gun with the publication of his book, who were in possession of tickets to ' 'In Darkest England and the Way scats near the platform found it utter- ! Out.' ly impossible to get in through the i "Tlie army is paying closer inspection main entrance. They wre allowed to 1 to the vices and miseries of man," said enter through the small side door in t the speaker, "and we are coming to the basement on the New York avenue believe in tlie three-world, thp pauper side. Thev found their seats already wcria.tne vicious world and the criminal FOUND. FOUND - 'oks, which owner can have by provinc .uouertv and paying charges. Address M 11., over 1111 Pa. ave. fc8-3t-eui A UCTION S A LES. TOMORROW TURDAyTmORNING jjt 10 O'CLOCK, attend sale to close an estate at KATCLIFFE. SUTTON & cO.'S salesroom, 920 Pennsylvania avenue. An upright piano among the effects. It Non-Union Loom Fixers- Paid. New Bedford, Mass., Feb. 10. Ono hundred and ninety non-union loom fixers were paid off today, their share of the past week's contributions being lout forty cents each. The loom fixers nay the snowball crop is nearly har vested so for several days to come un less the contributions increase they and their families will have to live on hope and what they have savei in the past. Pleasant news for the wea.-ers today was that next week al will be paid something. Hecognizetl by the President. Consular officers have been recogniz ed by the President as follows: Luis F. Lastrete, vice consul of Ecuador, at San Francisco: Emlle Rocher. consul of France, at New Orleans, of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louis!aua, jUissiseippi and Tennessee. Indian Ter ritory and New Jlexico; Auguste Gous tiaux, consul of Greece, at San Fran cisco; Vicente Ros, vice consul of Bra zil. at Pascagonla, Miss. TRY GRAIN-0! TRY GRAiN-0! kry2.l ?n,.0!r today l0 sb w Jou a pack age of ORAIN-0 the new food drink that '.n. .sKhop,&ceorcorree' The children may nDhMf Vthout,,,,lJury a--well as the adult. 3.hWh,i rilU UH.lt GRAJN-O has that rich ssal brown or Mocaa or Java, but It is made from pure praius, and the most, deli cate fitomach receives it without distress. One-quarter tlie price ofeorfcc.inc and25o per package. Sold by all grocers. a27-tf occupied, but chairs were provided for them in the chancel, immtdlately below the pulpit. About this time tire- frowd at the doors became restless and pushed part of the way into the church, with the seeming intention of occupying the aisles. The police regulations forbid the blocking of the aisles during pub lic meetings, and by the aid of the po lice at the door the leaders of the croud were kept back. The audience was a representative one, being composed in part of promi nent Government officials. Among those who accepted invita tions weie Mr. Justice Harlan. Secreta ry Long, Assistant Secretary Spauld ing. Assistant Secretary Meiklejohn, Assistant Attorney General II. M. Hoyt, Judge A. B. Hagner, Commis sioner Carroll D. Wright, Judson C. Clements, Bingcr Hermann, John Rus sell Young, Chnrles D. Walcott, Com missioner Ross, Rear Admiral E. O. Matthews, Brig. Gen. Joseph C. Breck inridge. Brig. Gen. George H. Weeks, Brig. Gen. D. Yv- Flagler, Brig. Gen. A. W. Greely. Senators Allison. James IC Jones, Gray, Pritchard, Mills, Galling er. Kyle. Butler, Tillman, Money, Proc tor, Mason, Bate, Fettigrew, Warren, Shoup, Penrose, Turner and McLaurln; Representatives Stone, De Armond, Dingley, Loud, J. Hopkins, Henderson, Pitney, Moody, Dolliver, Sayers, Gros venor, Catchings, Brosius, Cannon, Steele, Belknap. Hull, Champ Clark, Taylor, Updegraff, Pearson, Hilborn, William Alden Smith. Babcock, Wan ger. Southard, Brumm, Callahan, Mc Cleary, Terry and David G. Colson; Al exander Graham Bell, John Joy Edson, George Truesdell, W. C. Whittemore. George W. McLanahan. Clarence F. Norment. Anthony Pollock, Gen. Will iam B. Rochester, James E. Willard. James E. Fitch, Brig. Gen. Harries, James H. Hopkins, Col. Charles Baird, Dr. W. W. Godding. C. B. Church, Ber nard R. Green, A. B. SpofTord, George F. Huff. E. B. Grandin, Herbert W. Lewis, B. T. Janney and Cleveland Abbe. On the platform, were Col. Edward Higgins. chief secretary to Commander Booth-Tucker; CommistJontr Alexander Nicol, of London, editor-in-chief of In ternational Publications; Col. J. Lawley, the singer and aide-camp of Gen. Booth, and Brigadier W. Cox. Briuadier Alice Lewis, Fong Foo Sec, the Chinese secre tary, who will accompany Gen. Booth on his tour of the United States. Adju tant H. S. Deverlll, private secretary to Gen. Booth, and Rev. Wallace Radcliffe. Gen. Booth, accompanied by Com mander and Mrs. Boolh-Tucker, of New York, was escorted to the platform at 8 o'clock by Hon. John W. Foster, who was chairman of the meeting. The en trance of the general was the occasion of prolonged cheering. The meeting was opened with a ferv vent praj-er by Mrs. Booth-Tucker, after which the assemblage sang, while stand ing, "All Hail tlie Power of Jesus' Name." Chairman Foster introduced Gen. Boo'th as "our honored guest, than whom no man had done more for the good f his fellowman during the past fifty years." Gen. Booth arose and this was the sig nal for applause which lasted fully a minute. He spoke in part as follows: "I thank: you most heartily for this kind reception. The approval of one's work cannot but prove encouraging to one working in the darkness where human lives and souls may be benefited. 1 take Ihe xecepUcn not so much for me as for the movement. "All I ask of tlie outside world is that our movement be judged Impartially. Judge us not, but what we have done by the grace of God; not by what peoe say and think about ue, even though they pay us eulogiums. not bv nubile opinion, or what tlie slaves of vice think ' OttUSL "No doubt many people hate the Sal vationists. It is because they have world. We have alleviated an immense j amount of misery, and have done it in , the most economic fashion." Gen. Booth then reviewed the work done along social lines, mentioning the fact that the army feeds 200.000 persons every week and shelters 1:J,000 of the wietchfdest men and women for the I smallest possible sum. some of the m for , as little as two cents a night. In con clusion he said: "The army is not divided by schism, 1 it is not built on. another's foundation or ! on the wreckage of other organizations, and it has done as1 much as possible on the divine side for the- power of God. and on the human side for the Insistence that every soldier live a life of salvation, and try to get others to embrace that life. We welcome your criticism and ouly complain when you condemn us with out inquiry." The meeting was closed with prayer by Dr. RadcliiTe. The second meeting will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Calvary Baptist Church. Another will be held tonight a't the New York Avenue Pres byterian Church. Both will be free. LIEUT. YOUNG SERIOUSLY ILL.. Well-known Nnvnl Officer Suffer ing: Prom Appendictis. San Francisco, Feb. 10. Lieut. Lucien Young, of the cruiser Alert, is at the Mare Island Naval Hospital, suffering from appendicitis. An operation is deem ed necessary. M Bridgeport, ' ConnS Fab. 10. Louis Tolh, clerk of the steamer Rosedale, of the Bridgeport Line, "arived here from Havana today. While' iri Havana he spent one night in Moro Castle, a pris oner. Ills only offense was wearing a badge which the ignorant Spanish of-, ficlals mistook Tor a Cuban emblem, but which was the burge of Ihe Park City Yacht Club, of u hich Mr. Toth is a mem ber. l,K .' On January 8 he,;'ftjHhoRafael Nunez, a. young. Cuban stuj&eny nt Princeton University, who vwil? to Havana to visit his parents, and'Ceprge Ferniss, the proprietor o a Iivcry'stable in Ha vana, went out from. the city some miles into the suburbs to sea a sugar planta tion. On their return, the party found nine Spanish cavalrymen drawn up across the road to impede their progress. The olllcer in charge demanded tlie passports of ihe party. They were shown and he was ab6ut to dIVect that Mr. Toth and Ills companion be allow ed to pioceed when a loud shout from one of the cavalrymen startled the whole parly. "Revclucionarlo," yelled the soldier, pointing at a device on Mr. Toth's vest. "Revolucionario," chorused the other soldiers when their eyqs followed the pointed finger of their comrade. Mr. Toth was for a few seconds at a loss to compiehen-.l the meaning of the cries, but as he glanced towards his vest he saw that the badge of the Park City Club which he woie was the cause of the trouble for himself and his companions. The burgee closaly resembles the small colors of the Cuban insurgents. When it came to the vfew of the cav alry' officer he placed the party under arrest. The officer directed his soldiers to form around the carriage, four on each side, and with this escort the ex cursionists failed to enj9y the drive back in the direction of the city. They were taken to Moro Castle and placed in a lurge room. A messenger from Gen. Parrado, acting governor general called on the three prisoners next morning. He examined them closely and seemed satisfied- with their an swers, but was still suspicious of the yacht club problem. When they were locked up a wallet in an inside pocket was left to Mr. Toth. In the wallet was his receipt for the dues he paid to the yacht club to January. The sta tionery of the club is stamped with Its ensign, and Mr. Toth lost no time in producing the receipt as evidence of the truth of hia explanation of the wearing of the badge. A clerk was sent for, and after the translation of the re ceipt orders were given for tlie release of the trio, but Mr. Toth was careful to wrap up the suspicious badge and place it in one of his pockets for safe keeping. In speaking of the feeling In Havana, Mr. Toth says: "The feeling of the Span'ardo against the United States and it's people Is evi denced everywhere. I ut tended the big bull fight at which- Mazzanti, the star fighter from Madrid, appeared. Maz zanti finished his Hist bull with one thrust of his .sword As the. point of the, blade struck the. big animal's heart It sank to Its knepsrund"jdied without a struggle. As the lull polled over the people shouted: 'That's ian- American bull; he dies without a struggle.' The next bull was a fighter.-and the man who dispatched him was obliged to ply his sword six times and'jump around for his life. Wren l.e lirove his sword into the bull's brain from behind the bull dropped. 'That s a1 Spanish bull: he fights to the death yelled the crow d. "There was a German, schoolshlp in the harbor while 1 whs there, and tlie members of her crew spent a great deal of their time on shore, where they were royally treated. They practically had tlie freedom ofthe-cIty, and they were hailed as friends, everywhere." You can only get your eyes tested in an Oph thalmic Dark Room by coining here. Science says: "Eye troubles are only correctly diagnosed by sudh a method." Costs nothing and if glasses arc icuuired moderate enough price Eecnrcj them. H. H. BROWN, toto FSt. m As AS rfi ?-". &&GG& a$$ddd&$$&$$& i. $1.50 to $3.00 SHOES At QJ cents : '- TODAY ONLY. Today we shall offer from our Odds and Ends Tables the best Shoes that probably ever have been sold for the low price of 95c a pair. They are the remaining broken sizes of many excellent tines of Shoes. WE GUARANTEE every pair of these Shoes to give good service and WE GUARANTEE to have the sizes here adver tised at 8 o'clock this morning but we cannot promise to have them ifyoi: come later in the day. ft A (is Ladles' $2 Brown Canvas-top Cycle Boots, Sizes 2 1-2 to ( ., Ladies' $1.50 Box Calf, Coin-toe Ruttou. Sizes 4 to 7 Ladies' $2 and S2.50 Cloth Top, round and sipiare toe. Button, B 2 to fl 95c 95c 95c STOCK MARKET STR0NS' Shows No Effect of-the Crisis Willi Spain. I Ladies' (Dlx8 make) Spring Heel Kid $2 Lace and DKn Button, B21-2 to 3,5, C OvJb Ladies' S3 Kid and Kangaroo Common-Sense button. QCf Sizes 2 to 33u Ladles' S2 to S3 Evening Sandals. Bronze, Pfuk, or Blue Kid anil uup Futent Leather: broken sUes... uJu Men's $2.50 sharp-toe. Double-soled Laced felloes, Sizes8 toll Men'e $2.50 vine Caif, Vienna Laced Shoes, liwidtn, 5 undo 1-2 , 95c Men's $1.50 Veal Calf. Double-eole Gaiters. fal.cs . 7, 10, and 11.. Men's Best Buckle Arctics. Misses' and Child's QCn Sl-50 Button Arctics OUli y6c MKscs' $1.50 Kid and Box Calf fcprm-Heel Boots, Sizes 11 to 13 , Any Ladies' $1.25 to $2 Warm-lined Hlioper. QCn Or Juliet, in the house J Ju I ?Ktt V.'YIFJT J n -A I N .6 "S '4 Wm. riahn cl L i m 95c 95c i (OS a s Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks town, Mo., was troubled with chronic diarrhoea for over thirty years. He had become fully satisfied that it was only a question of a short time until he would have to give up. He had been treated by some of the best phy sicians in Europe and America, but got no permanent relief. One day he picked up a newspaper and chanced to read an advertisement of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He got a bottle of It, the first dose helped him and its continued use cured him. For sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, 93S F street and Connecticut avenue and S street northwest and 1428 Maryland avenue northeast. Manipulation the Cause Generally Aslyned for the Advance') Cot ton Hnsj an Upwaid Turn. RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES, 930-932 Seventh Strset. 19 N and 1916 Pennsylvania Ave. 233 Pennsylvania Ave. S.E. i?Ss'v isti '.14- will be a tremendous thing in the belief of many who are carerui in maKing esu i mates. All of these matters are only to be taken for what they really are, of course, inducements to speculate in a ! stock that is already far above its legit imate value. They will have their ef fect, however, without doubt, and there ' ai e many who buy the stock on every de i cline. New York, Feb. 10. Those who view the security market through the me dium of the Cuban-Spanish situation, must have found the course of prices today somewhat difficult to understand. ' Certainly that situation has not been improved by the now acknowledged 'In- , discretion of the Spanish minister, from whatever nninr vlpweil for mnttprs . stand just as they did before, plus the Wiconsin Centrai firsts had a boom fresh irritation of the two people. .,",.. ,t tvo i,npnPrted to everv- ! body not in the pool that did the man- Hence, if yesterday's decline was rea sonable, today s recovery was not. So far as any general apprehensions had been excited by the De Lome incident and by the attitude of the Senate, It had apparently subsided by the open ing of business. This speculative sen timent was encouraged also by the firmness of the London market where American stoclcs were quoted at general advances above the local closing, and by the immediate resumption upon the opening of business here of the exten sive purchases for foreign account that , have been a feature of the market throughout the week. Further encour aging circumstances today were the , advance in wheat and the additional ; evidences of a turn in the long df- ( pressed and slucirish cotton mar ket. Otherwise the general situa tion was placid and its fea tures were confined to the gratify- j ing statements of railway traffic and the unbroken ease in money. There ' were practically no exceptions to the , general course of prices, and several , stocks hitherto relatively heavy ad- . vanced sharply. Among the specialties , Pullman Palace Car rose sharply. There were large transaction in the granger shares and in the industrial division . and the bond market was strong and active also. innTatlniz-. A storv was out later to e.- nlain the movement, and to Induce the 1 public to get in after the cream of the ! rle had been taken. It was said that i the Northern Pacific is to obtain control 1 of the road. There Is no truth in the ' rumor as far as anyone that ought to ! knows. Whenever Union Pacific preferred reaches 62 selling pressure seem- to ap pearand check the adance. The selling has the appearance of being for those who are selling against holdings in Kan sas Pacific consolidated. The result of the tand of the Government in the mat ter of the sale of the road se. ms yet very much In doubt. There are many on the street who believe firmly that the road will not be obliged to pay more than it wishes to for the propet ty. Dow Jcnes & Co. say of Metropoli tan Traction: "All sorts of rumors, most of them believed to be untrue, were circulated in regard to the sliort interest in Metiopolitan Traction. There has been some short interest and some of it was covered. The advance in the stock is on buying by peopl- who are aware of the company's prospects and the present business. For a 5 per cent stcck. Metropolitan Traction is un- F1.VA.VCIAL. ffiomy to Loan, on Household furniture, pianos, etc. with out removal from owner's posspsulon; pay ments received on principal, which retlncef tlie cost of carrying; all busings Hiricilr confidential; uo expense to applicant ir loan is not made; elficlent ervice enables us to act promptly on all applications. Sue us before going elsewhere. GasSte! Loan Guarantee Co 602 F Stt'set N. Y. fel 1 nv; ,.,i ilia in3o tiio mnrk-pt hrnml- t ouestionablv hish. What the stock ened. firmness being displayed in those discounting is very much heavier diu stocks which had sagged during the dends and considerably more is now be- morning. New YorR siocK Mnrket. Corrected daily by W. B. Hibbs A Co.. members of the New York stock Exchange. 1427 F street. Open HiKb Low Clos. SU S'i S'i S's 1331 1334 lHSi 139' S J 13 I12i M3 sll, E94 91 H 13ij 13U I3; 3 hd-i 33'i ll-'il VMi 31 ?i 17?, 3' nfi 23;i 3It 17U 37. 55', :3'4 gE25S5KSaZ2SS!E2ffi5K3E2 TOO SLEEP THE PILLOMLEB IIS! "RY AT,T.ATinHT TVlTAT.ATinv irn BJ 0 CURES WHBLE YOU SLEEP H W Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Grip, Coughs, fcj W Colds, Throat and Lung Troubles. Kl 8 YOU SLEEP American Sp'rit. ... Ain Sujrar Hennery Am. Sugar. pW American Tobacco A tchison Top. cfc S. F. . . . Atchr-on. Top & S F.pfd Baltimore & Ohio Hay Plate (Jas CanaCa Southern Chesapeake & Ohip C. C, C&StL Chicago, Uur & Quincy. . - Chicago& X W ChicagoGas C. M&St. Faul C. K, I & Pacific Consolidated Gas Den & Kio Grande, pfd. . Erie General Electric Illinois Central Lake Shore Louisville & Nashville-. -Aletropolitau Traction. . . Manhattan Elevated Michigan Cential Missouri Pacinc M, K&T.pro. NatlonaiLcadCo New Jersey Central New York Central. Northern Pacific Northeru Pacific, pfd. . . Ontario Western. Pacific Mail Phila &. Keaduig Soiunern Hallway, pfd Texas Pacific Tennessee Coal and Iron Uliiou Pacific. Uri I.eatner, pfd AVabaan, pfd Wheeling &. Lalse Erie. . v'ot,.rr I7nion Tel Mcrgeathuier Linotype., tloii U5Ji 143145 Ex-JiV. 1 per cent. 2!i 17'4 3.", 24't7 3G'i 101 U lie, 10! S 1WJ 129 lMi I-V I.IU'4 07i 9SJ4 97?J Oj'i M1- 93U S-'tJ 03 92 i&u lot lsa'i 52 52 U 517 I5;i I0H b'Ji 38 "f 38? 3S I051i 1UGM IC-jJ 100 YJHi IK? 101 1W4 59 CO 53'S 60 6 1C" 102 1G3 115'E 11T' lllh "7?i 113?, Ut !!.!? HI 33!$ 31 32?i 31 iSU 39?i -JS? M 35 35 3" 3" 16 SO 05?i SO 11GK US& 116H UStC fi7 Ofi'i 1-3 '?? 52 ' 10 3S 20-: G7 17 31 ?.' Wi 32.'4 IL'4 i ISH IP$ 18 i 3 li 18 26s 06V: 3iJi 2HS 3i HJi C7U IS 215s 3-?a 3;jf 33V l&ii IS'A a; 2j vi n aiu 214 ! , 18, 3:, intr earned with several of the most important lines not in operation, be cause of the change in motive power. 1 It is confidently estimated that earn i ings on the part of stock will exceed 1 j per cent this summer, when the trunk j lines of the system are al! operated by cable or electricity. People who have been right on Manhattan said that the ' reports current of sales of the stock by i important interests were untrue. They, thought the stock a good purchase around 115, and that developments in a short time would prove it." The slock cf the Standard OH Trust had a spurt yesterday on the curb, land ing at 145. The incident caused some ex. ! citement for a little time, and people wondered if the bulge would mean any thing to the rest of the slock maiket. Washington Stock F.xcunuge. Sales Lincoln National Bank. 15(t?121. 10120; American Security and Trust, 20120; Capital Traction, 407C. S0-Jr753J. 10nl5i, 105776. 33!- 75"4. 2037 753i; A"ash'n?ton Gas. ITii; f United States Electr.c Light, 10-107, 10107Vi. 10gl07as; Che-apak. and Po tomac Telephone. 5S?C0; Pneumatic Gun Carriage. S0OST34 cents: Mergen thaler Linotype. C0145, 20"314r.5s, 30 145ft; Lanston Monotype. SC(fj17. After call. National sjafe Deposit and ; Trust, G0'115; American Graphophone, preferred, 13gl5!4, 40 15. WM. IJ. '.UP.LEY. J V. BAKKOSS GU&LEY& BAR&QSS, BANKKKd AND BROKPJtS. I B.1 F sT. Meaibers ot Washington Stock Excl.aasr. NeT 'Vor'J ( rres'Kjden!s, HUNTER, GOQFER & GO., Members of New Yorx S'ok Icchcnge. STOCKS, BONDS AND LOCAL Securities Bought and So'd Caa or Margin. Pru if Tire to New "i orn. Telephone 30tt felOlOt G ARSON & MACARTNEY, Me:nlier.H of the New Yoric Stock Ex change. 1413 F 6t.. GloTer BulldiDK. Corresixjudeuts of Messrs. Moore & scnley. No. fcO Broadway. Bankers and dealers in Government Bonds. Deposits. Exchange. Loans. Kailruad Stocks and Bonds and all fecurities listed oa the exchanges of New iorfc. Pniladelphia. Boston and Kaltirccro loint and wild. A specialty made of Investment sccijrf tle3. DiBtnct Bonds and all local Palt load. Gas. Insurance and Telepnone .ucclc dealt in American Bell Telephoca StocJ: fcousrtS and Ksld. nm!S-if-otu Arsiswcsn SeGUS'aiy ami irusi Go. MONEY TO LOAN, This company has money to lean on listed collateral securities lowest rate ot Interest. C. J. 11LLL, President. AVV'VVVA'VWSWWV The National Safe Deposit. Savings and Trust Company or tbellistrict of Columbia. COR. 15 Til iT. AND NEW 1'ORK AVK. Chartered by Snejial Act or Congress Jan. 1S0T. and Acts or Oct.. 1S0O. Feb.. lat2. oc-20-t us4.sRi9oro.r. US4VC1SVWQJ. r.. US 4's, 10-ii US5's. 1C01 QF nismicT or coi.cmbu bonds. ISOS.Vs "20-year funding"' 101 'i C'sI90i "30- ear fuudinsr," cold.. . U0 7's 10.11, Water stock" currency T'slSOS, "Water stock" currency Funding" euneacy, 3-3.Vs 115 MISCElXAIfKOUS BOSD3. Met R R .Vs. 1025 US Bid. As"ted 1 13 V 114 UH U3U 52S'4 123i8 II V: mv you SLEEP, IT s-NJ'i:, A'nSnF II WORKS. Hour after hour, and night after night (without loss of time or effort) a pleasant healing balm is DIRECTLY applied to the affect ed breathing organs. It cures by long-continued inhalation of a properly medicated air. It stands absolutely without a rival, for THERE IS NO OTHER system by which protracted inhalation can be obtained. Hundreds; yes, thousands, are cured and well by means of the Pillow-Inhaler after all other means had failed. Get a FREE pamphlet from your druggist. If he has none CALL at or write to our office. PILLOW-INHALER CO., Room 31, Corcoran Building, Washington, D. C. Parties having large or small amounts of money vould do well 1 to investigate the Preferred Stock of the Pillow-Tnhiler lis a pay- n ing investment. The office of the company is at Room 31. Corcoran Building, where the Pillow-Inhaler will be shown by qourteous peo- WA fc, who fullv understand it. Nor will callers be urged-lo buy either W M a Pillow-Inhaler or the stock of the company. f y W Yesterday was another of those days in the New York stock market that ,... ihi. nn(eii1ir with small caoital who attempts to read the ; signs ; that his , dVlVtedaeA::.: j!" cnunces are sumu. "b-"'"- " "" jietlilt Cert inocbtcdneiS, ii.... Ill that the legitimate and reasonable Bch.KK.7s. lO-.'l 50 course of the market is not by any means the one that it must necessarily take. To the average trader not able to control the lluctuations of stocks by his own efforts there seemed a very large probability that there would be a continuance of the declines of thp. be ginning of the week, owing to the even worse condition of the Spanish situa tion and the possibilities that loom up n6w in the way of a rupture in the re lations between the two countries. Nothing of the kind occuried, hut the opposite. The market was strong and stocks went up. The only possible ex planation of this is that the manipula tors, expecting the public to be on the short side; decided to reap the haivest of their easy money. That the worst has not yet come in this complication, or, at least, that very much worse may be expected, is a hardly avoidable conclusion. The letter of De Lome is not only the end of De Lome, but also of several pretensions of the Spanish government, that he unmasks .completely in his very frank epistle. The country may Avell question whether the letter is not a thing to thank Mr. de Lome for deeply and wholly. Such a clear proof of the hy pocrisy of the recent attitude of Spain should never have been obtained In any other way. All this will undoubt edly be realized by the street after a little. Then stocks will go down as they should. This may come to-day-arid it may be postponed eyen until next week. There seems every reason to believe, however, that there will be a slump to-day. It Is understood that Northern Pacific will probably receive fourteen or fifteen millions for its land. This is a bull de velopment for the property, and there are others that are not easy to get away from in considering its prospects-. The Klondike fever is only begun, and that Ecldnaton R K O'.s. 1833-10:1 ft Columbia R K 6's 1014 120 Wash Gus Co, ser A. C'k, 1302-'2T. . 113 Wash Gas Co. ssr B, flX 100I-'2O. .111 U S Electric Lfeht, Deben:a.-e Imp, II and N 10 Cues and Pot Tel 5'sI833-19U I0 Am Sec &Tr 5V, V and A. 1033.. 103 Am Sec & Tro's, A and O. !0J' ... 1J3 Wash Market Co 1st 6s. 1 aJ-131 1 , $r.03O retired aiuually 110 Wash Market Co Imp C-. i:-27. . II J Wa.sh Market Co ext'n 6's. Ill-'Jf. U0 Masonic Hall Association 5's, 100 103 Wash Light lft 1st G's. 1001 NATIONAL BANK STOCK. Bankof Washington 2s Metropolitan 3)7 Central (new stock) .'.. 13 Fanners and Mechanics' 185 Second 110 Citizens 110 Columbia 130 Capital 125 West End , 105 Tiaders 05 Lincoln. 110 SAFE DEPOSIT. AXO TlttlST COMt'AXXRi, 115 TO 100 iev to &,s2 At 5 Psr Gsni, on :eal estate In D. C. no delay; term reasonable. HKISKIILL & McLKHAX, Jyu-tf-em 100S F st. nw. Wm B HIBBS & QQ., BA NKERS and BP.OK.FIiS . Members Sew YorkS'jcU r.sChauKe. 1427 F Strset. CorrcFponilcn.s o I.ADEX11UHG, THALiAN & CO, New York. ill 13J 140 ij 122 08 Nat Safe Deposit and Trust Wash Loan ana Trust Amer Security and Trust Wash Safe Deposit... IIAII.KOAD STOCKS. Capital Traction Co Metropolitan Columbia Belt (;as and ELficrnic i.ianr stocks. Washington Gas 48J GeorgtownGas. -... 40 U. S. Electric lAsht I07r IXSUItAXCE STOCKS. " Firemen's 34 Franklin 38 Metropolitan TO Corcoran 60 Potomac (53 Arlington KM German American 1?5 National Union 10J Columbia xiy Riggs 7?f People's ft'.i Lincoln .' 0U Commercial :.. 1 TITLUlNSnitAXCK. Real Estate Title SO l!5 135 131 'viiii 12 1254 S G 10 Mi S7 Col.unbia Title Wi!si. Title D:s.nct Title TELEPIIOXE STOCKS. Pennsylvania ..... Chesapeake and Potomac. American Graphophone American Graphophone pfd Pntuma.ic Gun Carriage.... MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Mergcnthalcr Linotype. ., Lunston Monotype Washington MarKet , Great Fnlllce Nor. A. Wash. Steamboat Lincoln Hall 3 no 4S 57 02 I0K , 16 155-ifl .34 ' .So I45i Mt lv:i UO ...."; laj Chicago Grnln nud Provision Mnrket. Corrected dally by W. B. llibba-A Co ',' members of the New 1'ork -Stock Kxchauge., " 1-17 F 6trcec. nish r.o-.T cio- 07-37ii t-d'i SCV-7.' 5i t-ii tSH-.'i Open K'4 Wiikat: May July Coax: May July Oats: May July Pokk: May July Lutt: May. i July Spare Kins: May 5 17 July a.22 2D3; - 33Ji . Zfi . 23K .I0.C0 lO.fti . 5.10 . 5 20 23;- 30.', -3 1 2Sf 23?i I0.T5 10.135 5.12 5.2-J 5.27 24 H sir, 10.55 10.60 5.07 5. IT 5.13 5.22 295 C0?4 &H.-U 23K-J5 10.02' 10.55 5.07 5.20 r..ir. 5.2S "er York Cotton Alurlcet. March ... May June July Open ... 8.08 ... 6.15 .. . (5.16 (3.13 High 0.09 6.15 6.16 3.20 LOW 5.P9 6.06 6.12 S.I5 Clos. 5.i3 6.11 6.0-.; 6.V0 1'Ingue nuvuges In Boiubay. Bombay, Feb. 1Q. The number of -deaths in the city of Bombay from the plague were 1,134 during the past week. .' and from all causes, 2,067. This is equiv alent to a death-rate of 120. The highest number of deaths in a single day was -i-ecorded yesterday, when there were 348.