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Description: Financial Ads (2 of 2) Page 3

Date: October 27 1893

Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.

Evening Star October 27, 1893 Financial Ads (2 of 2) Page 3
[Transcriber note: Classified Ads are selectively reported. Individual Ads are reported if there is an individual's name; or if there is a business name that we have not previously reported.]

FINANCIAL. (cont.)
Equitable Co-operative Building Association.
26th issue of stock.
Open for Subscription and First Payment.
Shares $2.50 Each per Month.

Subscriptions for the 26th issue of stock and first payment thereon will be received daily from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the office of the Association.
Pamphlets explaining the advantages and benefits of the association and other information furnished upon application.

Office: Equitable Building, 1003 F st. n.w.

Thomas SOMERVILLE, President.
A. J. SCHAFHIRT, Vice President.
Geo. W. CASILEAR, 2d Vice President.
John Joy EDSON, Secretary.
Fred. W. PRATT, Geo. W. FISHER,
Lawrence GARDNER, Marcus BAKER,
The National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Company Of the District of Columbia.
Corner 15th St. and New York Ave.

Chartered by special act of Congress
Jan., 1867, and acts of Oct. 1890, and Feb., 1898

Capital: One Million Dollars.
Benjamin P. SNYDER, President.
Charles C. GLOVER, First Vice President.
James M. JOHNSTON, Second Vice President.
Thomas R. JONES, Third Vice President.
E. Francis RIGGS, Treasurer.
Albert L. STURTEVANT, Secretary.
John C. WILSON, Trust Officer.
Member Washington Stock Exchange.
Real Estate and Stock Broker.
Rooms 9 and 11, Atlantic building.
930 F st. n.w.

Investment Securities.
Stocks, Bonds and Grain bought and sold fo [sp.] cash or on margin.
Cotton bought and sold in New York or New Orleans.

Purnell, Hagaman & Co., New York Stock Exchange.
Lehman Bros., New York Cotton Exchange.
Lehman, Stern & Co., New Orleans Cotton Exchange.
Lamson Bros. & Co., Chicago Board of Trade.
Private wires to New York, Chicago and New Orleans. Telephone, 453.


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