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TOR TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY. pGT(,BKR 22, 1899.
The Bank Statement and Short Ses sion Fail to Affect Prices. A Fairly I.arpre YiiImmc of Dealing, "With ftviicral Artvanccx for the "Wc!c Money Hate I.invcr A Sharp Hluc In Shktht Rrfinlnp and bmxll Uqkxvh In Street Hallways. NET YORK, Oct. 21. There was today a further development of strength in tbc stock market, despite a bank statement de scribed as unfavorable. Only a few of the stocks dealt In failed to show gains. The losses recorded were for the most part sus tained by inactive stocks. The dealings were on a fairly large scale, considering the brevity of the stock exchange session, and they were well distributed. The ruling quotation for call money was 5 per cent. but some loans were made as low as 3 per cent. ' Sterling exchange was dull, and while the quoted rates were unchanged, their tendency appeared to be downward. The bank statement disclosed that money still was moving to the interior, although in decreased volume. There was a loss by the banks of $1,378,900 in cash. They Rained from the subtreasury $141,900. so that their loss in the regular course was Jl, 53000. A contraction of $5,366,000 in loans, with a decrease of f,570.5C0 in de posits, permitted an increase of $263,700 in the surplus reserve. It was the general be lief that the period of unsatisfactory bank statements had nearly if not quite reached its coaehffiton. The needs of the South and West for money to move the crops were thought to have been fully supplied. Sugar Refining led in the trading in stocks. It was in large demand to ewer -short contracts and advanced with i celerity. No chance in the sugar trade was reported. In fact in any circumstances disorder must continue in the trade until the end of the year, to which time the price fgnamntees by the American Com pany and the independent refineries are effective. Glucose Refining held its place. There was an active enquiry for United States Leather on the understanding that the plan for the readjustment of the com pany's stock issues would succeed. There were additional gains by both classes of American Unseed on the strength of the company's increased earnings. Steel Hoop I moved up on moderate purchases. The net result of the business in Brooklyn Rapid Transit was a fractional loss in price. Metropolitan Street Railway and Manhattan Railway advanced. Realizing accounted for a recession in Pullman Pal ace Car. New York Central declined slightly. As a general thing railroad stocks improved. As compared with the final prices of last Saturday, the majority of .stocks are higher. KTcw Torlc flock Market. Corrected daily by W. B. Hibbs & Co.. members of the New York Exchange. 1419 F Street. Open. High. Low. Clos. American Cotton OH.... 45 45 tilt tiX a.&.TM6 SO 50 H J0 A. S-Wirepfd j5 S fw ffi American :5ti(rar....: .... 147 14fc Hfi UHJ, Amenoan fbbacoo 12U' 1213k 121 ieiV AtChKOR S0J, 41V i3 1 Atchison nfd. 64 ftt& H tiii Balusters & Ohio S3 68 55 S3 Brooklyn UapM Transit 84V r84 S3V S4& Coosapeaice H. Onto 88 : S&x ;.r,jj CC.CJrSt.li. i 38 68 59 C.B.&Q. J31 'MX m 181K Ghieajco & XorUrwest'n- 178 ITS 172 m CtucapoGa 112 m 111 !l-, C.M.A:St.P 126 136 tefik las CR.LA.-p.... 118 1W4 113S 113 uu- A-umac wewn.... ConsolidaMd Gas Los. Totmeeo Oott. Tefeaeco vtd led oral Steel. Feoenil Stet ntd lllroote ttenural . ..' Louisville ; is'MsaviiM.. Ketruttoman Traction.. &RfratXMi JSteval-ed.... .--ufeoun 1'acatic MK.lcT. ncu. jsaiiowal Load Co &ew Jersey Ceattal -New Yr Central. Jtwrtaera l'acinc PacuMsdiau-. l-eun. jtauruMKt. buuttHKB facioc Soncewrn Railway. bucurani KatlwHV ufd... Texas l'acinc Tena. C-et it Iron Union l'acinc Utuoal'aeiBcptd. U. & Leatewr ptd Watts jrtd 'Western Onion TVJ 14 Uh U Itu 188 9) ItSfi 190 4lfc 11 IH l 92. ii 92 :k s3X MJ, M 53 TiM :ii T,a 7, 115 Ho li5 115 WX tiX 8,X 194 I! 5 114 IK K' JUb HX UK 44 433 48!, 96 SB fags. U )i 91 28 121 121 ltik 130 Utl 1M iH 1 s ill. ss bsh iO 4 40. 40 40V U2x 'Hm ikx iji 8S i&k 7 96 it 1SX 12 IS urn. ia am an iS lb 17 17 517 US 117 117 UK tax 14 &k .7 1k V. 77 77k Tin 77 77J4 21K 2IX 21 U b7A b7 b7i b' Tfae past week has been an excellent one in the stock market. Prices have ad vanced appreciably from the level of a week ago, but although this is, of course, satisfactory, it is not by any means the greatest cause for congratulation. The temper of the street has changed material ly. The large operators on both sides of the market have shown themselves as buy ers, the bears in covering short contracts, cad the bulla in making new ventures, and, in faou 4n endeavoring to advance the mar ket and give the public more confidence. Both the bulls and the bears have given ample, evidence that they believe the time ie wear for a bull movement, if it has not already arrived. And, in addition to this, the pulbic has shown more interest in the market than for some time past. The bull leaden nay begin an upward movement, but they will not keep it up alone in definitely, and for this reason the public buying has been esrlally significant. The new developments of the week have not been important, and some of them have been rather discouraging than other wise, which makes the persistence of the advance in prices particularly attractive. Mr. Keen came out with a bear interview, and later he set afloat stories of coming gold exports. On the day following each of these matters the market showed net gains. The beginning of the week was clouded with all kinds of rumors regarding Brooklyn Rapid Transit, and the bears have directed much of their effort to break ing tilts stock. Transit has advanced dur ing the week, however. The first fighting in the Transvaal has occurred. A blow has been struck at trusts in Illinois, and the bears nave expressed the opinion that it wouM Jm an adverse effect on the indus trial list. The industrials have held their own, and. some of them have made good gains, notably Sugar. Os Che other side of the account are the really Important items. Railway earnings have continued to increase, and it now seems probable that rates will ba advance 1 all over the country more than enough tj make op for the advance in price of coal, iron, ami other supplies needed by the railways. There la such a glut of buaiaesi ss the rail way a have never seen before, freight actually having been turned away or loos; delayed by it. Money has workeJ easier, and the fear of stringent money has largely disappeared. It is not entire y to be thrown aside, but the chances of con tteually improving conditions are large. The trade reviews reflect larger and large. general business and prices that do not re cede, and that actually advance in some eases. The crops are large and the prices to be obtained for them will make How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Bell's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CKBNKY & CO., Props., Toledo. O. wt, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last IS years, and believe btm perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry est any obligation made by their firm. WEST & TRUAX. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. WALOING. KIKNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. lielt's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous eorfaces of the system. Price, 75 cents per bottle. Said by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. the returns to farmers and operators among the largest in the country's history. The trade balance in favor of America is growing at the rate of ?500,000,000 yearly. Yesterday's bank statement was nega tively good. The predictions made yester day morning in the street made the de crease in the surplus reserve for the week anywhere from $1,000,000 to ?2,O00,0O0 and the statement showed a gain of $250,000. There was a loss of cash, however. The figures of the statement are as follows: Reserves, increased $863,733 J loans, decreased 5.35. 000 Specie, decreased - 1,0BS,41M egale, increased 2Sl,o"0 Iepoit. decreased , 6,575,500 Circulation, increned 140.5U) The best showing made during the week as far as actual net advance is concerned was by Sugar. The slock closed at 151 on Saturday, October 15, and yesterday it closed at 149 1-8. The price reached yes terday was the best since early in Sep tember. The sharpness of the advance in Sugar is particularly noticeable, not only because the general list has made no such gains, but because there has been a marked absence of news regarding the trust, or even of "views." Some speculators are in clined to believe that the decision of the Illinois courts against the glucose company may have created sentiment in favor of the Sugar Trust. Another theory is that the buying of the stock may have been by the bull leaders for the purpose of creating bullish sentiment among the public. One tip given out early in the week was that Sugar, New York Central, and Tennessee Coal and Iron would be taken as leaders by a big bull clique. The tip has-been ful filled admirably so far as Sugar and New York Central are concerned, and it only remains to be seen if Tennessee Coal and Iron will join these stocks this week on their upward course. The Vanderbilts have been largely in terested in the recent buying, whether vith the clique or not cannot, perhaps, be said. They have bought large amounts of New York Central, and it is believed that they have sold none. Their presence in the market is one of the best of bull argu- mantc r, tMil'o fVMn-aia rlitrini the irppk has been upward ahnost everv daVj aml the net gain for the week isgodn. The closing price a week ago was 133 3-4, ami the close yesterday was 138, the high price of the week having been a point or more above this figure. The Union Pacifies have also made good gains in price, the commission houses having taken them up yesterday, as a result of the advance in Central on Friday, as was predicted in this column. Union Pacific common advanced from 43 to 45 1-4 during the week and the preferred stock advanced from 75 3-8 to 77. North west advanced from 1G5 to 172, and Omaha had a good gain, although it was very little dealt in. The Vanderbilt securities as a group were much the strongest and most buoyant on the list. Pullman stock has continued to be one of the interesting features of the list. Dur ing the early part of the week there was talk of a "melon" to be cut, to divide a portion of the immense surplus of the com pany among the stockholders. Later whis pers of a combination with the "Wagner Company were heard, and, as stated at the time in this column, there was every rea son to believe that the consolidation would take place. The meeting of the company occurred, and a statement of the year's business was given out that made a fine showing, despite some loss of profit owing to competition with the Wagner concern. It was said by officers of the Pullman Com pany when the meeting adjourned that no combination with the Wagner Company was likely. This denial was not believed, and yesterday's developments show that the di rectors had been using the truth lightly. The stock of the company has fluctuated somewhat widely, but it has held its own well, and many people of intensely specu lative inclinations are disposed to buy it further on account of the "melon" which has not yet been cut. There are several millions of surplus and of property of various kinds owned by the company that are likely to be turned into cash, and even If the surplus is not be divided at this time, it certainly makes the stock attractive. The advances made by the grangers dur ing the week were not large, but the tend ency of prices was steadily upward in the group. St. Paul made a set gain ot 2 points, closing at 125 3-4;' Rock Island a net gain of 1 7-S, closing at 113 3-8; Burlington a net ad vance of 1 3-4, closing at 131 1-4, and At chison preferred a net gain of 2 1-8, Closing at 64 1-4. The developments of the week were all favorable to the group. The gross earnings statements for the second week of October were "Excellent, and the September statement of Chicago Great Western was again phenomenal. The predictions are all that the other September statements of the group will be equally fine. Business on all these lines is immense, and rates are being held up so that the prospects foi the coming months are all that could be desired by the best friends of the group. The coalers have been inactive during the week. Much optimism is expressed regarding the Tennessee Coal and Iron stock in various usually well informed quarters. The actual fine showing of the company for the months of August and September is used as the basis for these bull tips, but it seems quite likely that they are put out actually by the T. C. I. pool, which, it is said, intends to begin a campaign in the stock this week. The facts regarding the earnings of the company are that they have made a steady increase month by month as the prices paid for iron under old contracts advanced. Thus a comparison of the earnings of the first six months of the year and of the three months follow ing shows that the figures for the latter period are larger. The total net earnings for the first six months of the year were $230,400, and the net for the past three months were $363,300. The company is no. yet receiving anything like the present price for its products, but every month the old contracts are for higher figures. In September the average price was about $15. For the balance of the year it will be $1C or more, and contracts for 1900 are at the present quoted prices. This showing gives the best ground for belief that the earnings of the company for the year will be more than 10 per cent. The gross earnings of the Norfolk and Western for the second week of October were $307,128. an increase of $71,291. The gross earnings from July 1 have been 13,906,174, an increase of ?f!02,203. Big Four's earnings for the week show an in crease of $43,754. From July 1 the increase in earnings was $293,281. President Gary, of the Federal Steel Company, estimates that the present or ders for steel rails on the books of the steel companies will aggregate 1,200.000 tons. lie states his belief that during the past week at least 350,000 tons have been ordered. Stuyvesant Fish, President of the Illi nois Central, had several things to say to the Industrial Commission yesterday re garding the alleged over-capitalization of the railways of the- country. His testi mony was pertinent. It is given fully elsewhere in The Times, but one or two of his remarks may be repeated with profit here. In the years between 1S90 and 1S98 the mileage of the railways of the country has ipcreased 18.06 per cent, while their capitalization, including both bonds and stock, has increase only 14.64 per cent. During the same years In the United Kingdom the miles of railway operated have increased 7.9 per cent, and the capi talization of the railways has Increased 26.41 per cent. The capitalization, in eluding bonds nnd stock, of the American railways s $60,343 per mile. That of the British railway, is about $260,000 per mile. These figures Mr. Fish culled, largely, from the Interstate Commerce Commission re ports, and he states that he cannot vouch for their accuracy. AVushliisrtoti Stock Exelinnjce. Sales Potomac Fire Insurance, 20tfJ 76 3-8; 10761-1; 107C 1-8; 107Gl-2. Capital Traction, 2004 5-8; 1000013-4; 20S-94 7-S. Washington Gas, C05C3-8. Mcrgenthaler Linotype, 10207; 10?? 20G3-4; 1020C 1-2; 1020S. American Graphophone, 5g'13; 10013 1-S. American Graphophone, preferred. 1713 1-2. Pneu matic Gun Carriage, 1.10030 cents. After call Mergenthaler Linotype. 20205 3-4. Capital Traction, 2094 3-4. Mergenthaler Linotype, 10205 5-8; 50205 1-2; 20 205 3-8. GOVERN-MENT DONBS. ' Bid. Askotl 111 US4-S1903 O.T Ill U Si's 1007 0 J HU' US4'sR 1823 12); cst'scior. i2ox uss'scifoiQF ma r.Sa'sllliCBQF 107H rsa'sniwsKCF ios DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BONDS 113 lO 123 130.56 ! 11 107 K lftj Cs 1M2 "30-yoar funding" gold. . 7's 1901 "Water stock" currency 7's 1P0.1 "Water stock" curreucy Fu nding i urr jncy 3.0 Vs 3' 's llcg. : -lu's. Is03-100l 107 107 11C MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. MctR H 5's Ktt iietlJ R Cert Inaebtedness A... Met It It Cert Indebtedness U... Columbia R it (i's, 1914 Columbia it It 2d mort u's Ciiy &Suburbnn R R Wttbli Gas Co, tor A, 0's. 1002-,27.. Wash Gas Co. sor I!, 0's. RWl-VJ.. 0 S Elec Liirltt Dob Imp. 11KJ7.... U S Elec Liirht. Cert ImlcDt Cites & Pot Tel. 1S9S-1U1I A m Scc'v & Trust 5's. 1005 128 18 115 120 110 120 12!),",' 130 llljf IKJJj iii '.'.'.'. 114 U5 AWX 114 U5 1U3 10J Wash Market Co Iste's, lb02-lt)ll, $7,000 retired annually 112 Wash Market Co. Imp (i's, H12-'27 112 Wash Market Co, e.vt 0's, ISUl-VJi" 112 Masonic Hall Ass'no'a C 1WW 103 Amor Graphophone Deb 5's 10J Anucostia A: Potomac 5'o 102 NATIONAL BANK STOCKS Bank of Washington 350 Metropolitan 485 Central ... 170 Farmers A: Mcchunics' 205 Second 155 Citiy.ens' 180 Columbia 100 Capital 12d West End U03 Traders HUM 510 1C3 122 Lincoln 115 SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANIES. National Sato Deposit & Trust.. 133 Wasli Loan ic Trust ,....-.. lUSAi Amer Security & Trust 197 Wash SulorDeposit INSURANCE STOCKS. Firem e n 50 Franklin 47 -Metropolitan 78 Corcoran 00 Potomac 7tiJ.f Arlington , KH German American 210 National Union '. 12)4 Columbia 14 Rikbs 0 People's 7 Lincoln 15 Commercial 1 TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Real Estate Title 85 Columbia Titlo bi 140 1U0J4 200 14X UK 73,' Washington Title Diutrici x'ltlc 2K 354 RAILROAD STOCKS. Capital Traction 04 04 City&Suburbau 37 3S Georgetown a Tminallytown 18 .... GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGUT STOCKS. Washington Gas Wt oG& Georgetown Gas 55 .... U S Electric Light I'M TELEPHONE STOCKS. Chesapeake & Potomac 75 77 Pennsylvania 41 .... MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Mcxgcntbnlor Linotype 2C5,f 2C6 Lanston Monotype 17tf- 17X American Graphophone IB l'JX American Graphophone. pfd .... 13)f - 13 Pneumatic Gun Carriage. .20 .31 Washington Market 13 .... Norfolk .V Washington 120 Lincoln Hall "Ex-Dividend. The Local Security. JHnrb;cJ. The business of the local stock exchange has been active, and prices in nearly ail cases buoyant, during the past week: There has been a steady though small increase in the amount of business done from week to week during the past month, or since the autumn activity set in. The record for the past six days was 5,087 shares of a total value of $241,658, which approaches a thousand shares and $50,000 a day. Prices in the active issues have had extreme fluc tuations of 2 and 3 pointSv.jiDThisJrecord Sou the week is particularly good when it Is remembered that in the past few days there has been floated entirely among local in vestors a bond issue of $500,000, and that subscriptions to a new bonding company to the extent of something like $750,000 have been made in the past two months. Brokers express confidence that thoautumn and winter will witness a brisk business in local securities. Yesterday's transactions amounted to more than $60,000, and more than 1,700 shares of stock. Capital Traction has been one of the fea tures of the week. The stock has advanced in price from 93 1-4 on Monday to 94 3-1 yesterday, and there has been an apparently good demand for it at all times. The ad vance is attributed to the official announce ment that the company will float $1,500,000 in bonds in January, and that they will be given to the stockholders at par. They will be 4 per cent bonds, and, according to the present prices of local securities, shoula sell at a fair premium, which will depend somewhat on the length of time they are to run. In this connection it may be noted that the bid and asked prices of Telephone stock have been somewhat weaker during the week. This is attributed by some to the fact that the new issue of Telephone Company bonds was not given to the stockholders at par or at any price, but to a syndicate. The value of the bonds and of the right to purchase them if it had been given to stockholders, may be seen from the fact that the entire issue was readily sold by Mr. Hibbs, the head of the syndicate, for 105. It cannot be doubted that Telephone stock would have advancel Instead of declining if the issue had been offered to stockholders. There has been rather sharp adverse comment against the directors of the company for the somewhat unusual method It pursued in the matter. Mergenthaler Linotype had one of its downward fluctuations Priday and yester day, the drop from the best price of the week being 2 5-S. Washington Gas ad vanced during the week from 55 3-1 to 56 3-8, yesterday's price. There has been a slight hardening In the price of the Graphophone issues recently, the present level being 13 1-S for the common and 13 1-2 for the preferred. Fire insurance stocks have made a very good showing during the week. Potomac advanced on rather heavy business from 76 to 75 1-2; Itiggs sold at 9, and People's at 7 to 7 1-4. It is said that the buying of Potomac represents investment in the stock by people who are pleased with the prospects or the company in Its combination with the. Lincoln. Talk on the street is that the consolidation of these two com panies does not represent the extent of the plans in this direction among the fire in surance companies of the District. Plans are apparently not ripe for disclosure as yet, but it is known that officers of other concerns have had conferences along this line. Comment is somewhat general In the street that the affairs of the new bonding company are not progressing as rapidly as was hoped for. It is known that sub scriptions to the last 1,000 shares intended for District Investors have come in very slowly and have not yet all been re ceived. A meeting of the gentlemen in terested in the company will be held this week to discuss ways and means. It has been suggested that a brokerage firm might probably place, the balance of the stock more readily. THE CHICAGO GRAIN MAUKET. A Further Liquidation In AVheut "With "Wciilc Support. CHICAGO, Oct. 21. Wheat had a further decline of l-2c today with December re cording a new low price, 69 7-8. There was considerable liquidation by tired hold ers with shorts the principal buyers. There were no signs of investment buy ing. Liverpool was steady, closing un changed to l-4d lower, Paris l-2c, and Ant- FIX.Y.VCIAI,. STOLK gossip. If interested in the gossip shbifing opinions of seme of the brightest minde on he"EXCIUXGK and !fiviiR intertstinft narrative ftf market in detail, call and read our special telegrams whether vou trade or not. Correspondent I'l'll.STIX IIAfiAMAX, AVARE & LELAXD, S. ML'XX 30.NS & CO. FERRY & WOOD,, 'Phone 1525. Bantersgand Brokers. 1335 F STUEKTw. , f , W-k .fc m . . A- ft jr r. , i lUKrn y o: l,u tsroKers, ' Metropolitan Bank Building, 613 15th. Kew York 0ffi::s 44 end 4S Bro3iwi. ' Office.1! in New Orleans. Atlanta, Macon, ' Birmingham, Jacksonville, and other h lending cities. h & Stacks. Bonds. Grain. Cotton, etc., h for cash or on margin. References, iier- ' cantile apencies. Seymour, Johnson & Co. Members of the New York Stock Exchange, 71 Broadway, N. Y. WASHINGTON OFFICE, 1331 V ST. M. C. GOR1ILEY, Manager. STOCKS. GRAIN, COTTON. Direct wires to New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. "Phone No. 234. MONEY AT 4-h and 5 Per Cent. Tromptly Loaned on Real Estate in District of Columbia. HEISKEI.l, & MehEUAX, 100S F Street. oc2C-tf W. B. GURLEY & CO., Bankers and Broken, 1 335 F St. Members New York Stock Exchange. Correspondents of Mclntyre & Wardcll. jy22-tf Harrison Dingman. A. C. Jenkins. DINGiMN&JEMS, Stock, Grain. Pioviriwn, and Cotton BROKERS, Atlantic Building. TOO F st. Correspondents Ware k Leland. Clnciirn; Purnell, Hagaman & Co., N. Y. 'Phone 1770. oe20-lmo,em N. B. K1BBS & CO, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Members New Yoik Stock Exchange, 1419 F Street. Correspondents of LADEXBIRG, THAL.MAXX & CO., New York. E. E. Simpson & Co., Rooms 30 mid 17. Washington Loan and Trust Huildiiir. Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton Correspondents the Stock, Grain, and Provision Company, New York. Direct private wires. Quick service. Fractional lotg. No interest. ocl-tf-em C. L. Raihborne S Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS; Members New York Stock Exchange, 20 Broaduav, New York., WASHINGTON OFFICE, 1421 F STREET, L. D. FOWLER, Manager. Stocks, Grain, and Cotton. Telephone 1745. werp about 5-Sc lower. Primary receipts were about 500,000 bushels, and- for the week about 2,200,000 bushels under last year. Clearances were 105,000' bushels. Corn a little better than held its own; at one time l-l3-8c over Friday. The bull side among the scalpers seemed to be a little more popular. Tho shipping sit uation is not as strong as it was last week. Bids were not relatively as good com pared with the option. Through billed corn, however, Is strong, up today l-2c. Oats closed where they did Friday, keep ing close to corn. Cash handlers believe the oats discount, compared with corn, under all circumstances, narrow. Provisions averaged a little higher with most of the buying for a Western packer. Other packers sold moderately. The cash demand for meats was good, but slow for lard; estimated for Monday 34,000; for next week, 160,000. CIiIcuro Grnln nml Provision Market Corrected dally by W. B. Hibbs & Co.. members of the New York Exchange. 1410 F Street. "WnnAT. Open. High. Low. Clos. Dec TO IOS 802. Will May..... r3i 'AM ;Mi 73 B Corn. Dec 30 80?( S0 50 Muy 32 32. 32 32VJ Oats. Dec 22 J2X 22 22 Muy 24X 24X 2tA 24-k' I'OKK. Dee 782 7.00 7.82 7.85 Jnn 0.30 W37 . U.o0 0.U5 LAKD. Deo .1.15 5.17 5.12 5.17 Jan 5.80 5.82 6.80 5.32 ilins. Dec 4.70 4.70 4.70 4.70 Jan 4.87 4.00 4.83 4.00 R'ev York Cotton Marlcct. Open. High. Low. Clo3. December 7.07 7.11 7.07 7.10 January 7.13 7.15 7-12 7.14 March 7.18 7.10 7.15 7.18 May v.. 7.22 7.21 7.10 7.23 THE CUBAN TOBACCO CHOP. The AVcelcly Weather Ilureiin Bul let In it Fnvornble Report. The weekly climate and crop bulletin Issued by the Weather Bureau, covering conditions in Cuba for tho week ended October 11, reports that the week was un usually dry throughout the Island and that heavier rains are greatly needed. In re gard to tobacco the bulletin says: "This crop has improved in northeastern and southwestern Santa Clara. Some improve mon is noted in seed plots in northwestern Matanazs, and they have been injured in southwestern Havana and southeastern Pinar Del Rio; small seed plots being re ported lost in tho latter district. Trans planting is being done in southeastern Ha vana. Planting of seed plots Is retarded In southwestern Plnar Del Rio where young plants are reported scarce and high-priced. Due to insfllcient rain, the plants' are not sprouting in parts of southwestern Santa Clara." In regard to the conditions, of the cane crop, the bulletin says: "Spring and fall canes have improved in northeastern and southwestern Santa Clara, northwestern Havana and southwestern Matanzas, but need rain in northern Matanzas; are not in a satisfactory condition in north eastern Matanzas and have been injured in southwestern Havana. Absence of rains has stopped planting in southeastern Ha vana, and southwestern and northeastern Santa Clara; also cutting and shipping seed cane in southeastern Havana. The canes are below the average height in northeastern Santa Clara. Crickets, or locusts, are damaging sprouts in south western Santa Clara. In northwestern Santa Clara It Is feared that the prevailing cool weather will cause the cane to blos som prematurely." The Ilrlilire Combination. NEW HAVEN, Oct. 21. It is stated au thoritatively that In the new Iron bridge combination the large Berlin Iron Bridge Company, of East Berlin, Conn., Is to be given control of all New England terri tory. llrurith's Macrzen and Sui.ite Beers are uncx elled. HAVE YOU Sore Throat, Pimples, Coppcr coioreci St,ots, Aches, Old Sores, Ulcers in Mouth, Hair lalUns' V, r-te COOK REMEDY CO , 1651 Masonic Temple. Chicago, III., for proofs of cures. Capital, $5ud, COO. Worst cases cured in 15 to 30 day. 100 page book free. EBTmTWMTITrPl K 11 lllAJiMily I1AMCS AXD TRUST COMPANIES. THE RIGGS NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON, D. C. Capital, $500,000. EXCHANGE ON ENCLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY Letters of Credit AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN TARTS. BANK COLLECTIONS. , ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS. STOCKS AND BONDS. ap23-ti American Security and Trust Co. I Money to Loan. This company has money to loan on listed collateral securities at lowest rate of interest. C. J. BELL, President. S2.50 ess than 1 cent S2-50 Per n day. Per Year. ASafe Deposit Box. Year. Washington Safe Deposit Co., 916-918 Pa. Ave. Open to 4:30 p. m. and Saturdays to 5 p. in. jy23-lyr-em The Lincoln National Bank of Washington, D. C, cor. 7th and D Sts. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS, BOX REflf. $2.53 MONEY WASTED AXIJ TO LOAX, MONEY loaned salaried people and retail mer chants upon their own names, without se curity; easy payments. TOLM.VN, Room 4S, 003 914 G st. oc22-lyr WANTED 1,500 on improved District property for 5 years at 4', per cent; no commissions. Address Box 177, thus office. oc20-8t,em iwiosiey to n If yon are in need of money, we desire to in form you of our new method. Ve can secure you a loan on an easy monthly payment plan, at less cost than ever before and below the rate of any other company in the city. You can pay in full at any time after the loan is secured, and it will only cost you for such time as you have had the money. Our business is strictly private, and all applications are treated confidentially. If you have a loan with any other concern you can se cure a loan through na to pay it and get more money if desired. It will pay you to call and sec U3 before going elsewhere. We are ready at any and all times durinp office hours to give informa tion concerning our business methods, and you will receive courteous treatment CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., ap!3-tf 602 F St. X. W. Loans of $19 and upwards mnrio on PURNITDR PIANOS,. HORSES, Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and on the day 3ou apply. We arc loaning on the Budding a Loan Association plan, which makes the cost of carrying loann much less than you pay else where and allows you to pay it off in any sized notes you desire, "running- from one to twelve months. You only pay for the use of money for the length of time you carry it. If you have a loan with some other company we will pay it off and advance you more money if deiired. Rates cheerfully triven and no cot to you unless loan is made. Loans made anywhere in the District. Call and get rates. Front room, first floor, Sci entific American Building. NatioriaTMorteagVLoan Co. 625 F Street N. W. noO-tf MONEY 3350,000 MONEY To loan on-furniture, pianos, etc., without re moval or publicity and the day you ask for it. We will loan any amount making time and pay ments to suit, giving one month or one year as you desire, and at rates that you can afford to pay. If you now have a loan with any other company and desire more m"ney, give ua a call. Will as cheerfully make a $10 loan as $100. and no charge or expense if loan i3 not made. Alwajs ready and willing to give information regarding rates and methods to secure loan. We are the oldest loani vonijwny. in -the fiity, pnd will give vou honest treatment. All business strictly con fidential. Private offices. Washington Mortgage Loan Co., 610 F Street N.W. Household Furniture, PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS, ETC., without re moval from votir possession. Any amount from 10 up at current chattel rates. Long or short time. No trouble, delay, or publicity. We are tlie only properly organized loan company. Of fices private and easily reached. Loans made in any part of the city. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY Room 1, Warder Building, Corner Ninth and F Streets N. W. ma6-tf-cm We Will Lend You Any Amount of Money $20 will cost you SI per montli. i2S will cost $1.25. $40 will cost you $2. SSO will cost $2.30, On Furniture, rianoa. and all kinds of rcr wnal property, with out REMOVAL, PUB LICITY, or DELAY. We make loans on the building loan associa tion plan, allowing you And larger am ounts at sun toner rates. to maKe small weeKiy or monthly payments, to suit your convenience. Private offices and business strictly confidential. Get rates at other offices and then call, see us. and convince yourself of what we can save you. COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO.. CIS P Street K. W. aul7-tf-em flooey to Loan At 4 and 5 per cent ON REAL ESTATE IN D. C. NO DELAY- BEYOND EXAMINATION OF TITLE AVALTKB H. ACIvlSIt. sell.tf 701 14th ST. N. W. MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED COLLAT ' ERAL No delay. CHARLES A. BAKER, Rooms 40 and 44, Metzerott Building, 1110 F st. je!2-tf , MONEY TO LOAN at 3. 3, 4, and 4 per cent, in sums of $1,000 to $10,000 on D. C. real estate; pay off 5 and 0 er cent mortgages and begin anew; all transactioas conducted with economical con-jideratiou for borrowers. WM. II. SAUNDERS & CO., 1407 F ft. nw. jyl-tt-em THIS PAPER IS PRINTED With Ink furnUhed bv JA1-NECKE BROS, i Kh hLlINEEMANN, New York City. my2i.tf,em on" PERSONAL Br uiw Specialist, Cor. 12th and F Sts, Oldest in age: longest located; Regular graduate two schools; Authorized by the District Government to treat All diserv-es of theN'ose, Throat, suui I-ungs, Heart, Nerves, Jlmin. Blood, Sltin. Stomach. Kidnt s, and Bladder. Merit Ies. Stxua! Weaknes. and all Special Diseases of either sex. Stricture.YKricocefeP ano ttvriroceie curea without cut tin or operation. No pain. No loss of time. A prompt and pw inanent cureguaranteed. SyphilisanvsttMre)cuTed for life without mercury or potash. 2vo exposure, .CHAR GES LOW. WED CI NES FURNISHED. Daily Office Hours 10 to 1 ani 3 to 8. Sunday 10 to 12. FREE CONSULTATION. REDUCED: REDUCED! His Readings to Ladies. 25c. Gents, 5c. PROF. CLAY Oldest established Clairvoyant, tells your business, love affairs, family troubles, about' lawsniU, di vorces, or anything you wish to know; brings separated together; causes speedy marriages; re moves family troubles, bad luck spells, or mys terious feelings. 10 to 10 daily, 490 11 at. sw. or21-3t,cm The "3 Days" Cure (for men) leads all remedies fn this city: a prompt and permanent cure or nc charge. Con sultation free. DR. McKEKHAN. 516 12th st nw. Office hours, all day, till S p. m. (Sundays included.) ocl9-33t Dr. Leatherman, EXPERT SPECIALIST in the cure ot all prirats diseases. Hydrocele, Varicocele, Str'cture. Ira potency, and Syphilitic Diseases posiilr.ly cured. Advice and consultation free. Doth uxts. Dally. 0 to 12, 2 to 5, Tuesday, Thursdaz. and Saturday Evenfngs. 7 to 8. OS F Street XortUvreat. (Closed Sunday.) znh3Q-t! Mrs. DR. RENNER. SPECIALIST, in obstetrics. Gold medal awarded for tbe eclenca of obstetrics from the University of Munich. Ba varia. Treats successfully woman' complicatiaBi and irregularities; private sanitarium far ladle before and during confinement. Infants adopted. Office hours, 2 to 8 p. m. 610 Pa. are. nw.. Washington. D. O. selS-tf H- K. FULTON'S LOAN OFFICE Removed to 314 Ninth Street N. V. Money loaned on diamonds, watobes. jtuelrj. etc- JiM-tyr Dr, A. H. TAYLOR, OOtJ St. S. XV. Gold fillings and bridge work t specialty. t the lowest prices; amalgam nlllng, 50c; full U of teeth on plates, $5; extracting, either by ,ai or local ipray, absolutely painless. 50c; w.ta out, 25c; all work done by experts and guar anteed the best; opsn on Sundays from 10 to o'clock. mh22-tf-em 723 11th st. nw., charges 25 cents, to 9 p. m. Hours 9 a. m. OCl9-3t,MB LADIES The Periodical Monthly Regulator nevr fails: convince vourseif; write for free T,ox. NEW YORK CHEMICAL CO., Box, 70, Milwaukee,, Wis. IE. THEO, Medium and Card Reader. WaBhingtos'a root famous Clairvoyant and Palmist. Consult lr oa business, love, and family affairs; reunite: the separated; removes spells; cauws speedy mar riages, and gives good luck. Open daily. German spoken; 25c and 50c. 929 II at. nw. ocg-it GYPSY PALMIST. 1022 7tht t. an., 10 cents; past, present, future; 2d floor, walk up; tack charms; the separated brought together. oc22-7t FOR ADOiTION A nice healthy girl baby two eeks old, to a respectable party. Addreas BOX 210, this ofiice. oc22-3t PALMISTRY. America's Best vPahnist, J. B. HARZBTTT 12ir New York ave. nw. -3 MADAME POWALKY. Materialised Trumpet Medium and Card Reader; past, present. M future told; hours 10 to 10 daily; etrcles, Tues day. Thursday, and Sunday evenings, at S p. in. 1373 II st. ne. It LADIES Yonr bust enlarged 6 inches; failure Im possible: hanulteu; flOO cash guarantee; proof free. LEONARD MEDICINE CO., Kansas City, AM 55. wealthy but lonely, will make home hap piest s-pot on earth to appreciative wife. MR. GENEROl S, 3128 Forest ave., Chicago, 111. It FREE TREATMENT I cure H kinds of diseaee without medicine; distance no banter; new scientific method; will net interfere with any treatment you are now takimr; do not get dis couraged; i can cure vou when everything elxe fails. Addrets THOS. F. ADKIN, Crerit 40,. Kll wanger Bldg., Rochester, N. Y. ocl5-lt-Sn MME. HELENA Mind reader and business in structor; consultations, 30; howre from 0 a. m. to 9 p. in. 517 F st. ne. oc21-8t MARRIAGE PAPER. Best published FREE. ocS,15,22 J. V. Gl'NNELS, Toledo, Ohio. I HAVE FOUND a positive cure for drunken ness; can be given secretly; will gladly tell you what it is; don't send money. MKS. MAY HAWKINS, Lock Box J. II.. 181. Grand Rrpids. Mich. au5-weSu-tf MARRY wisely and rich; big list of reflned, edu cated, and wcalthv people who want to marry sent for stamp. CORRESPONDENCE EXCHANGE, Box 636, Bridgeport, Conn. st24-Su-tf MME. HEILBCRN, palm and card reader; jrives sound advice; never fails to satisfy; ladies, 25c. Gentlemen, 50c. 453 G at. nw. oc20-2t,em A GRAND opening ha3 just occurred; it's the large stock of fall and winter suits and over coats; all custom-made and only slightly worn, at prices to fruit the working man; 'twill pay you to investigate. JCSTH'S OLD STAND, lf D st " oct7-7t MME. DAVIS, born clairvoyant and card reader, tells about busines, removes spells and evil influences, reunites the separated, and gives hick to all; cures piles and drunkenness. 122S 23th at. nw. ocOlmo THE RICHMOND. American Plan. Perfect sanitary plumbing. Electric lights throughout. Steam hi-ated. Newly furnished and deecr?ted. rirst-clas cuisino. " Cor. 17th and H Sts. N. W. THE ARDMORE. European, SI and up. American, S1.50 to $8.50. 13th St., bet. Pa. ave. and F st. nw., Washington. U. c. T. M HALL, Proprietor. se22-lmo-em THE OXFORD HOTEL, a 4th St. nml -New York Ave. American and European plan. American plan, $2.50. European plan, 51. Thoroughly renovated. Steam heat in every room. Cafe open until mid night. Oysters a specialty. SI. J. ML'LLANY. Proprietor. cclE-mo.cm Washington, D. C. including heat hot and t amUuld Qn - -- $20 mo. water elevator serv at the A&turia. 3d and (; St.. FOR RFT Office Rooms IN Building 934 F St. N. W. Apply to W. J. DANTE, Room 33, Ilutchins BWg. "Nee Will Trust You." Fartiture. Carpets, Crockery, Bedding, Etc P. J. NEE. 7th & II Sts. FLATS, POSTOlflflCH XQTICSt "WA3BEm. Di C, WHWiKU nti r Should be read daily, as chongr ma; -a 4t aogr time. KOREMiX MAILS are forwarded to '. .o ptM, of MiNnc daily, and the rchcdole ct 'it-ung l. arranged on tb prsuptie of their um niDted overland trasait. For the week October iS. the last cuwittr ; domes witt made from thuToaee r r. TrnH.t-. VtlantU "Mall. HONDAT c At tl5 p. m. f r fcl OPE wrsv a. Saal, from .v Vr. u soot and Bremen. Letters f..r IRKI. D direcUd "Per a. a. Sa TUESDAY- c) At :15 p. m. for El MOTE. a. :ew lorn," nrom Sf i.t. vt s ton. Letters for IRELAND must be Per a. a. Htm York.' (c) At 1146 p. m. tor EIRuPE. per . Xajeatic. from Sew York, via 'iwewKowm. (c) At 11.06 p. at. for BH.ijmt dfcMW per s. s, Krarfafftoa. (rem New York, tl AMI werp. Letters nrast be directed "ftt m. II Kenaiastwt." FRIDAY-tb) At 7:15 p. m. fr FRA3C& SWrTZKRLAXD. ITALY. SPAIN. POHTl f Ut TURKEY. KGYOT. and BRITISH INDIA, ft s. . L XtctafB, from w VA via Ham Letters for other part f Europe mint t directed "Per a. a. La Bretagix-. (b) At 7:15 p. n. tor Et RttE, per It A Btrnria, froaa Xew York, via Oiwmwm. Letters tor PRANCC, SWITZERLAND. IT.U3L SPAIN, PORTUGAL. TURKEY. WiYPT, mi BRITISH 1NIXA MM be dim ted "Per a. Etruria." (c) At U:0 p. m. for NETHSKLAXDS rect, per a. a. SDaaradam. fr. in Xew via Rotterdam. Letters must be "Per a . Speamdam." (c At 11:05 p. m. for ITALY, par ft Aller. nrom Sew York, in RidMl Must be direct l "Per . s. AOn." c At 11:06 d. m. for SCOTLAND per s. a. rtmtema, from lot. n Glasgow. Letters must be dirt ted fto PtsTnewta." (c At 11:06 p. m. far XOKWAY njct, per a. . Island, from 5ew York. i CWatf- ania. Letters mot be dfeected "ft a. Island." (c) At 11:05 p. m. far AWUES m.MBMfc direct, per . a. Spartsa Prince, boat Jhm York. PRLNTED MATTER, ETC.-Oemas Until aili&K from Hew York os TmnMji late rriallj Matter, etc.. far SHUtAHY, aad apetfety aft dratsed Printed Matter, etc. for other aaH at EUROPE. American aad White Liae from New York oa Wednesdava. Genua en from New York on Thmaday. aad CaaaHL French aad German teamer boa Sew Yaak on Saturdays, take Prteted Hatter, ete.. ta sil countries for which they are adwtlat a carry mails. Mniln for South nml Central Aiiieriaaj, "Went Indie. Isxe. STNDAY-(c) At 2:S p. m, for JAMAICA. per steamer Irons Boston. (c) At 11:05 p. m. tor PORTO RKOi via. San Juan. AND VEKHZObXA CURACAO SAVANILLA AND CARTHKGE3A. per x. & Philadelphia, from Sew York. (c) At 11:05 p. m. tor Gl'ADKLOC, MARTINI VIE. BARBADOS, and DEafBIUMA, per -a, s. Radea Tower, troaa Sew Yrk MONDAY (c) At 11HJ6 p. m. far BRUm. far s. s. Scottish Friacey bom Sew , fct, Peraamboco aad 3antoa. Letter tar NORTH BRAXIL aad LA PLATA) GCVX TR1E3 must be dfaeeted "Per a. a. Saaft tish Prince." (c) At 11:05 p. m. lor 1SAGUA aad HAITI, per i s. Adler, bom Sew York. TUESDAY-(c) At 11:06 p. i. for JASfcVJCA, per steamer from FWTadeiawia- (e) At 11:06 p. m for BERMUDA, pas s. a. Trindad. bom Sew York. - (c) At 11:06 p. m. for CENTRAL AMER ICA (except GnsU Rica), aad SOVTaT PACIFIC PORTS, per a. a. AHiaaca.-baa New York, via Ctokm. Letters tor StTAjfaV MALA mat he directed "Per a. . Atttaaca." fc) At 11:05 p. m. for PORTO RKTk, ate C. a transport, bom Saw York, via. 3aa: Juan. (c At 11:06 p. m. far BRAZIL direct, per 9. s, Livorno, bom Sew York, via aamboco. Letters for NORTH BRJUQO. aad) LA PLATA COUNTRlRS mast be iMmtfdl "Per s. a. Lwerao." (c) At 11:05 p. m. tor NORTH BttA2lt atv s. a. Doaatan. bom Sew York. vksPant, (c) At 11:05 p. m. far CAdftVCTL CaWe, pas. TABAf ' ,r'"iraKiHfc Seaeea, boat parts of M Seneca." (e) At II: Niagara, boi tees maat- be WEDNESDAY- ST. YHOHA ISLAND a ft) At 11: and PROVINca vr mu., a. Santiago, bam Sear Ym. THCRSDAY (c) At If : a. RA per s. s. Erma. bam .few yara. be directed "Per . . Ermv" fVk At 11:06 a. aa. 1 CORTEZ, aad GUATEMALA, par s. a. HmW bom New York. Letters moat be dhMwota "Per a. s. Manao." FRIDAY (c) At 11:05 p. m. tor SBWFOCStt LAND, per a. a. Stria, bom Sew York. (c) At 11:05 p. m. for FORTVSR taOSBL. JAMAICA. SAVANILLA, CARTHAUESA. aaat GREYTOWS. per a. a. Altai, bom S.-w To. Letters for OOtTTA RKTA most be directed "Per a. s. Altai." , (c) At H:5 p. m. tor VESEZI EU. CTBA CAO. SAVANILLA. and CABTHAGESA, far s. s. Hildnr. bom New York, via Curacao. (e) At 11:05 p. m. tor PORTO RICO, per &. j. Mae. bom Sew York, via Ponce. (c) At 11:05 p. m. for SEUYTTAS. UIBArttA, PTEHTO PADRE, VITA, aad BARACOA, far a. s. OKcda, from Sew York. SUNDAY (h) At 12:09 m. tor ST. PIKBBB wfOTKLON. Dr steamer bom North Sedmm. Mails for ifcwrut -ULA3i. oy rait u 3nhuv. and thence via steamer, close here except Sunday, at 12:00 m., and oa Saadays at ll:SO a. m. il mj Mails for MIQCELON. by rail to Boston, aa thence via steamer, ctoae here Ry. at 3JR p. m. (d) . CUBA MAILS close here, via Port Tampa. Ffc,. Sundays. Wednesdays, Ttanadays, aad Ptidaya, sc 3:00 p. m. (0 Via Miami, FT., Mondays, Tuesdays, aad Sat urdays, at 10:30 a. m. (f) ,--. i.ii. far cnsr RiCA. BELIZE. PTKBTO COR TEX, and GUATEMALA, by rail to Sew Orieaaa, and thence via steamer., close here daily at Ifcaw p. m., the eonnectiiut closes tor which betas; 3a days and Tuesdays for COSTARICA aad Mmv daya for BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEX, aad SCAT MALA. fc) , . ! Mails for MEXICO, overland, unless spei-iaBw addressed for despatch by steamers aaiUav baas New York, clos here daily at 10-JO a. at aa 10:00 p. m. (k) Trans-Paelflc Jlnllj. Mails for the SOCIETY ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close here daily at 6:35 p. au ae to October 26, inclusive, tor despatch by aba City of Fapeiti. o) Mails for CHINA, JAPAS. aad HAWAII, via San Francisco, close here dafly at 6:35 p. m, up to October 27. inclusive, tor despatch, par s. a. Hongkong Mam, (p) Mails for AISTRALLV (exespt West AonstiaAgL VEW ZEALAND. HAWAII. FIJI aad SAMOAJT - ISLANDS, via San Francisco, dose here dairy at 6:35 p. m. up to uetooer st, muaaiw, bmf despatch, per s. a. Moaaa. (o) Mails for CHINA aad JAPAK. via Taaeeover, close here daily at 6:3a p. m. up to October &, inclusive, for despatch, per . s. Eatartas at Japan. (o Mails for CHINA. JAPAS. aad HAWAII, vat San Francisco, close here dairy at 6:35 p. m. up to November 1. inclusive, for despatch, far s. . China, (o) Mails tar HAWAII, via Saa Fraaeiaeo, eiaa here daily at 6:35 p. m. op to November m, inclusive, for despatch, per s. a. AasrraHa. (o) Mails for AUSTRALASLVN COUOSIES Ceaeeaft West Australia, which eoe via Europe. New Zealand, which vta via Saa- PfsaelaMt, HAWAII, and FIJI ELANDS, via Tiimoaaai. elese here daily at 6:35 p. m.. after October 27. and op to Sovember 16. inclusive, tor dav snatch, per a. a. Mtowera. (o) PHILIPPINE ISLANDS commercial mail), de spatched tbe same as that far CHINA aad JAPAS. PHILIPPINE -ISLANDS (miUtarv amO) de spatched to San Fran cisco at all done tor NsHl office to ennect Government tiaaspuila. aV sailings of which are irrrsntttr. tb) Registtfvd moils ctoae at 1 p. aa. same day. (c Registered mails dose at S4B aw asw same day. (d) Registered mails clear at SM a. at. ame day. (0 Registered mails close at 140 bl si previous day. (h) Registered mails dose at l&aa av aw previous Saturdar. (kl Registered mails doae t 3H) m. previous ilav. (o Reristerrd mails close at 64B pv m. nrevious day. JOHN A. MEBRrTT. WALL I'APBP.. PAPER hanxina; aad paintfaMj; rooms papered t up: finest work; latest deafens, HTST. kfJaV E st. nw. c93 ROOMS papered, E up; all LEPREUX. 1591 9th St. HAVE yoor rooms papered by the STOSE BMOaV. $3 up; orders by mail promptly attended k 444 H St. aw. Mt YOU'LL have very BtUe to aajr ve aaper yoor rooms; 18 starts war prices, aad nay a-o up verv eraduaUy: tbe paper we are show, this season is the richest, handsomest sw has ever had; finest work. F. 6. NOLTE. 30 Sth s. NO BRANCH. oclaVbl CHintCII XOTICOS. RtM"tlsTiAN snF5rra"c1irTwSBh ices at J o'clock Sunday afternoon in Coa fetln.itf Yt terana' Hall, 4S1 11th st. aw. All IN torihally ltivi'.ed. It.eia