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fcTHE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN : SATURDAY MOIWING. JUNE 19, 1886.
WH ' Clothlrc Tflwrrt Corner Tenth una F streets. Who? OAK HAtL. WhMklndJ 7fcelfliiullllcs. How much? Tho Terr lowest prices. Pnrmcscr Conts nnd Vests at tl.W, worth M.25. Seersucker Conli And Vosts at J155. worth (3.(0. Bcermckor Conts ami Vests at 12.75, worth ft. eccrsuckor Norfolk Oonti mid Vests at t3. worth N. rancy Patterns In Mohair Coals and Vciti at fJ.75, worth to. I'onRf o t'oata from J3.T0 up. A lull lino of lllack Alpaca and Drap d'Eto Conta ami Vesta from tl.SS up. Wlilto Vests, Immento lino, from 75o up. Odd I'anu, 1,000 pair, from 11.21 up, (loud liunlness Bulla at to W, worth 110. All-Wool Cnsslmoro Bulta at 17.00, worth 91 A A fino All-Wool Cheviot bult, mado In first-class stvlo. at 110, cannot bo matched under MS. A good Flannel Bull at 87.60, worth 110. A faal-color Flannel Suit, 13 fro. worth lit A flno Yacht Cloth flnUh Flannel, 812, worth J10M. Four-button Cutaway and Pack Bulta In black, brown, and bluo at (10, worth IIS. 1'rlnco Albert Bulta at IIS, worth t.'ft. Norfolk Jackets at (3 to, (9, and 7.W, cannot bo equaled for lcaa than SO per cent, alliance. FOP. J10YB 4 TO 13 VF-AItS. A full lino of plain and Norfolk Bulta from J2.60 up bancalns. Bhlrt it alatamutt be closed out at onco, and 35o, Klc,73c, goo, and 1 1 WILL oo it, ran BOYS 13 TO IS. A beautiful atock of BulU, Odd rants, Seersucker Coats and Vests, at prices satisfactory to all. OUIt MOTTO I NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Oat Hall, Corner Tenth and P Streets. HlRD times AND LITTLE MONEY MAKE THIS A GOOD YEAR TO BUY CLOTHING, BUT EXTREMELY HARD ON RELIABLE CLOTHING DEALERS.2 Wo havo roado prices to meet tho limes, so that nono may deny themselves a Spring Bult. You know wo mean what wo say. A good Cheviot Suit at (3 CO, worth t'J. A Kood Cheviot Bult at f0.2S, worth tlO. A finoMlxcdCasslmcro Bult at $7.60, worth 112. AflnaCasslracroBultatO, worth fit. A lino 1'rlnco Albert Bult at S15, worth tffl. A nlco 4-Bntton Cutaway at 110, worth IS. An extra flno Her go Bult, In blue, brown, and (tray, at tlO. A largo lino of Bummer Coau and Veals at rcmarkablo low prices. ' Indigo Illuo Flannel Suits from 87.60 up. Children's Bulta at 81,78, JAM), S3, (3 60, up to J 10. Boy.' Bulta at 13. 80. 80.50, 87, up to tlS. A full lino of Odd Pants from 51.23 up. M o havo a full lino of Wblio and Colored vests very cheap. The London and Liverpool Clothing Co., Cornor SoTCiith nnil 0 Streets. EVERYTHING YOU NEED IK THE LINE OF Outside Clofhlngfbr HotWeather Whether Yon Want an OIllco Goat at 60c. OR THE FINEST SUMMER GOODS MADE. ALL ARE HERE, l'uro Rornl Silk Conta nnil Vesta. Calcutta Scorsuclior Conta nnd Vesta. Alpaca Coats iiml Vosta. BLACK AND IN COLORS-ALL ORADE3. Mohair Coats and Vests, Nun's Cloth, Mohair Serges, English Linen, Domestic Seersucker, Norfolk Jackets, E. B. BARNUM & CO., 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. WE ARE DELIVERING CRUSHED COKE to any part of Washington or Goorgotown, at tho rate S3.70 for 40 Busholfl, and $2.50 for 25 Bushols; and COKE NOT CRUSHED 40 Bushols for $2.80. 25 Bushols for $2.00. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. Washington Gaslight Company, Tenth Street, near D Northwest. Mvaia Sxonna. THNWATt Edward F. Droop, 925 Pennsylvania Avenno, Urrro'flfi7VrMS'tavvay&Bona,Gabler, Docker tK'Ve- The proitV Wendell, Hallett is Cnm ' WLtiKUilWT&nosi Storting Orsans.lluslo ' una Musical Merchandise. Instruments cold on monthly payments, ex changed, Rented. Tuned, Repaired, Moved, 1 Stored, and Shipped. New and Second-hand risnosof other makes always in stock at lcVflcurCJ. Telephone, 317-2. . SANDERB & STATMAN, (JAKVJ8 IIUTUSR IN OUAltOli), 1)3 P Street Northwest. Decker Bros., Fischer, and Estoy ESTEY ORGANS. THIS Li:AI)INO instkumunts. Hodernto 1'rlccn and Sold on 12sy Terms. sri:ciAi. announoi:mi:nt. I'lanos rented for uio at seaside, In tho mountains, and at all summer resorts for any length ot tlmo desired. I'lanos aud Organs tuned, repaired, and exchanged. Catalogues mailed freo upon application. T IOYD'B 25-CENT WABUINQTON EX Xj V MtESa. Bsggrujo delivered to all parts of tho city, rallroiids, steamboats, do. Furniture, eowlni machines, typc-wxltcrs, ifca, carefully rcmovod. Trunks taken to any part of tho houso without cxtia charge, l'ersons returning to tho olty cat) leavo their checks at either onlco. ' .' IVIF 1 VI.ITrtVTIl. Mn ,71,1 7 An Offieo 1 1003 P bL N. W. Branch Offloes ! dth ind 11 ts. N. W.. basement Howard Housoi juucKeii roarmauy, jr, rn. hv. uuu ttx st. ?M. W.i 620 O t, N. W. Frank llticr & Oa, drugtut, cor. East Capitol and nth sis. 8. K. Proprietor, AT? Brilliantlnes, Slcilllens, -Drap d'Ete, Mohair Norfolk Jackets, White Duck Vests, Fancy Duck Vests. SXvaio BXOBB8. KiSAB PIANO-FORTES, Uneqnalcd In Tone, Touch, Workman ship, and Durability. Second-Hand Pianos at All Prices. Pianos for Rent Specially Adapted for Country and Seashore. WM. KNABE & CO., 817 MAIIKET Sl'ACIi. TJJLOIta. PALL AND WINTBB. lSBB-'O. Sailings, Overcoatings, and Trousering! OF MY OWH IMrOItTATIONB. ' OfKN FOB THK INSPECTION OF ALL, Gentlemen who ore desirous ef belsx well and artistically droned can be gratlried by leaTlDg their erilers at the well known Ini pnrtlns and Talloilng KiUMl.hni.nt ef H. D. BABH, ,1111 rKNNBTLVXNIA AVSNDB, JOHN K. KELLY, Dealer tu Ant class BEEF. LAJID.VEAL, Corned licet a Spe cialty, Etalls: 628, C29, and 630 Center Market, W Bt, wlnir, and 200 and 03 Northern Liberty Mar ket, or address Ilox 600 City Fast OIllco. Mar ketlnir delivered freo tn all parts nf thn nlty. InheUatlon. thai reuhiiur tbts dlte&M dirct. os tha ipum, fuiliUtM freo IIDCC axtMKtor&tlan. &nd KKVKUIri LfUnCa wkvrti all lkr ratdlr fall. A trial cootU tin umI friM&Ue. aid 1,(101 cf dtuirliu ot by malT Trial natarrMiuriiamo. ur. li hihiifbik.hl. ruLH tamsmmmmtmmBBmmmimmmsa YMfiMaffiR$$$!l IW-iU&Ilhi AfPk'Vl RBsl M stun" isnia ivul " .r.1 ItH'rt. llsed bfl ral&x THE WEEK IN TV AM. 8TIIEET. llnll MoTcment Ontherlns Strength Indications of it Strong BInrkes. Doran & Wright Co,, of Now York, In their financial review of tho past week to Walsh, Croploy A Co., of this city, sajs: Dull points aro pretty well distributed, and the market, In tho opinion of many enthusias tic bull, la Uko an unfinished flair staff with out any top. Of course It Is thooldstory of tho public, kept nnt while Insiders wero buylnir, and now that Insiders nroprcparlnir to sell tno publlaaro ready to buy. Commission homos report tho general improvement and bellovo thst tho market has been held long enough to Indicate that It will hn kept strong until nozt month In order to catch tho July disburse menu, The Chicago support has been very liberal, and It must bo confessed that they havo been tho leaders In tho present move ment. Tho tact that everybody has boen bearish on Western Union has lead n Sreat many conservative operators to buy io .lock, and It has been intimated that Mr. Ileum, who represents tho Chicago in terest, was. in a measure, responsible for tho lata rally, but It seems very lmprobablo that this stock can bo held, aud wo don't tool bullish onlt, although It may bo carried higher with the resloftho list. Thero seems to bo somo probability of a settlement between tho Trans continental lines and 1'aelflo Mall, and a pool has been formed In tbo latter stock with a view to a rally, which tho announcomont of such an issuo would crcato. Stocks aro un questionably In strong hands, and tho hull movement, which Is gathering strength as it rolls along, has Bet In, ami at present writing looks as li It had como to stay. It Is, never theless, wise to bo cautious, and purchasoi should only bo mado on reactions. Wo con sider that tho grangers and coal stocks, moro especially tbo latter, will mako good re turns on tho Investment. Oil has ptiwled even tho room traders. From what wo can learn, It has been a tug of war between n pool mada up In Oil City, llradrord, and Now York nnd tho Standard Oil Company. Tho former, thinking oil low, which it was, and believing that tho production of Washington and Kauu fields havo been largely discounted, started In to buy oil below OJ. They wcro fairly successful tu tho deal until tha standard Oil Company, who aro nothing If theynro not a monopoly, began to sell them all tha oil they wanted and supply them with certificates un til, like n child who has ovor-cstlmatcd his rtlgestlvo powers, they begin to feel uncom fortable. Wo cannot ndvl'O short sales nt present, but think oil will eventually go loner. i iwa TUK MAItKEl'fl. Stocks Closed Steady Opinions llo gnrdlns thn Outlook. New York, Juno 18. Thero was aomo hesi tancy this morning onlng loan Impression that tho largo operators wcro trying to market their holdings. Thero was undoubtedly somo licny selling, especially of tho grangers for foreign account. Thero wassomo realizing to ward tbolatterpnrtofthoday, nnd tho market closed nt something under tho best prices reached. Tho market opened rathor heavy this morning, although declines from last cvculng's closing prices In no cosoexecoded K percent. Ihoro was further slight tractloual ilccllno In tho earlier trading, but tbo market soon rallied and became strong throughout, tbo list rcmalulug so with llttlo ehango until ;t!io list hoir, when prices yielded fractionally, but tho market closed steady. AlmoU everything on thoactlTo list is higher to-night. Thero Is considerable dlflcrcncoofnplnlnu on thostroct to-nlpht, many maintaining that top prices havo been touched, whllo others think that tho Vaudcrbllt properties and Union lUellla will reach much higher figures and glvo tono to tha rest of tbo market. Quotations of Friday's Stock Sales. The following dally market reports have been furnished by J. Vance Lewis, broker, Le. Droit buildlng.Elgbth and F streets, being tha most ac tus stocks In ths New York exchanges Omu. Wgh. Loir. Clsg. Canada Pacific (ei 67 6614 67 Ontral l'.clnc sl, 424 !' 41 tl. D.andu iaci 131 134 13014 Delaware A Hudson.. (D m, m iwu II.,hlldW 131 131, 131 131 Krle SSYi 9fc Ulfc t3 Kansas and Texas suv. 29Vi S9V. X9tb Jersey Central n, M etv SIV LaVeBhore 83 60, 85 88 L. and N 89 891 39 39 Manhattan consols ... US 123 Hi lis Missouri l'aclfic HIV. lllVj llllt, mu, Northwestern lH'n lie lilt, lltTtj Northern FaclOo 87V, tt tm, n, N.i'.nrer cea, cot, eovt oov, New YorK Central loo iont loon. 107 Omaha tm COM. M 49 Omaha prcf 115V, 110 115V, lltv, Ore;onTrans 3i'i, 3JH, 31 3l'u Oreion railway. 109 10014 109 los faclficMall HI, MS, aim, 65V, Heading S5Vi Z5V, U til, Bt. I'aul u, giMi IV 9iv Texas raciflc 11 UVi 10V 10?, Dnlon Pacific e 57Mi 63 5SV, Wnt Shore 1st 104 104 104 10 1 Werners Union 62V, eu tin, es Oil 67V, CS, Q-,, 67 Ornln and Provisions- Following is the rangeof prices In the Chicago market, furnished by II. K. I'lalu A Co., Bt, Cloud uuuujug, vuucr u, nulla mu s .,rcvui. Wheat Opng. High. Low. Clsff. July in, 73 Vt 72 731, ..Aug 74 75-Tt, HI4, 71, llbepi 7, 7o, 75V, 75 V. ejorn July S3 8514 sttj SI Aug 8H SOVj 88V, 36, Bert, 37 37V, mt 3; Oats July 7Vi 7V, VI, 27V, Aug s' to, !v, 20V, Kept 25 2 25 10 Fork July SlVi S S3 8 80 S SO Aug ICII4 S 97V, 8 87V, 5 90 B.ft M 9 0S 8 97V, 0 OO Laru July to 0 20 0 17V, 0 17V, Aug SO 0 30 8 17V, 27Vi Kept 6 37V, 8 37V, 0 35 0 33 Wnslilngton Stock llxelmnge. The following Hit of the most actlvs stocks dealt tn on ths Washington Stock Kxchangs is furnished by Messrs. Bell & Co., banksrs. No. 1137 Pennsyl vania avenue t June IS. I8SS. Bid. Asked reriuanectlmp. es, lttl, coin 119 110 Permanent Imp. 7s, 1891, cur 119 121 Market stocks 7s. 1892, cur. 120 ,,,, Water stocks 7s, 1901, cur 1JI .... Water stocks 7s. 1903. cur 135 Klfly-year funded IIS), 1924. cur'cy. 119 121 Tweuty-year funded 3 p. 0. 1899.cur. lis ... Twenty-year fund M. 1892, coin.... 118 HOVj Thirty-year fund Os, 1902 coin 117 V .... Wash, and Georg'n bonds 110 ... Metropolitan Railroad stock .,..80.. 100 101 Columbia llallroad stock 80.. 3.1 ... North Capitol and o street 80.. 40 to Washington Oas Light Co 20., 3S, 3)3. Georgetown Gas Light 00 23.. 40 .... Firemen's Insurance cjompany. 20.. 38Vj 43Vj Franklin Insurance Cjompany.. 23,. 41 CO National Metropolitan Ins. C0..&0.. 60 .... National Lnlon Insurance cjo..so.. 20 22 Arlington losuranceejompany, loo.. 184 .... torcoran Insurance Co 30., eA .... Columbia Insurauie Cjompany ..8. 13Vi 16 Urrman-Anierlcan Ins. Co 100,. 143 .... Potomac Insurance Co. 25., 837 .... BI(ES Insurance Co 6.. 7 .... Hoard Pub. Works Green 8s 96 97 Masonic Uall bonds 103 .... WaslilDgtonMarketCo.itock,..80.. 2J 20Vj V ssblnglon Market Oo, bonds 103 .... vtash'nIirlckMacblnestock...loo.. 116 Not'l Bank of Washington 20,. 200 National Metropolitan Dank.. .1C0,, 136 .... National Bank of ltepubllo.... too.. 151 Vj 133 Farmers 4 Mechanics' National Bank, Georgetown too., 183 102 Rltliens' Nalkpnal Bank 100,. 110 IWoud National Bank 101.. 115V, 120 Central National Bank 100., 106 .. Great Falls let Cjompany 100,, 121 .... Beal Estate Title Ins. Co loo., 103 110 Pennsylvania Telephone Co 60., 46 411 Uheiapeake A Potomac Tel. Co. 100,, 75V, 75 U. S. Electrlo Light Co 100., 87 .... National Hare Deposit Co 100,. 105 .... Wash. LlgbWnf. 1st mortgage., 100., 85 88 Hulllmore Produca Market Juno IK. COTTON dull; middling, OJJo. FLOUlt steady and nutot; Howard street and western super, tiWdOJ 00; do. extra, SJ.Wj) 8 85) do. tarally, toul.75; city mills super, SifJ.00;do. extra, SJ.'i'xiSi.O). do. Itlo brands, tl 6O0SI.CJ; 1'atapsco family, 55.15; do. supurla tho patent, J5.&). WIIUAT-fcouthcrn steady with light re ceipts! WLStoru higher and actlro; southern red, SJfflWc; gool samples, now, II, lu. do, amber, BCejjwc; No. 2 western winter red, snot. tsl8.!c: July. Slo bids ugust, iiimiiyjs', beptember. MH83K0. COllN Southern nominally steady; westoni steady and dull: southern whlto, iiiUlABi do, yellow, 42lk; western mixed, srit, nr4 43Kc; July, uyMViyhs August, 11K5J1IKC, steamer, wS0M)yfi- OA18 steady and firm; southern, 3331801 western S5H37c; do. mixed, UJlc, I'euusyl vunla. a5H7e. ItYF. quiet, C0S62C. II AY nuict; prltno to cholco western, w 008 18 00.- I'KOVISIONS firm and steady. Jless pork, 10311. Hulk meats nhoulders nnd cle-ar rib sides, packed, 6!to. Iliicnn shouhlers, 0,"e; clear rin sides, 0c; hams, llSl'-o. Lard refined, 7K". llutior quiet western packed. lOoililc; creamery, lnollki. hggs steady, Jrl Wfi. Petroleum stead rollned, Uio. COlrliK firmer; HI carguoi, ordinary to falr,8?i(l)Cc. SUOAlt firm; A soft, 6Jio; copper refined easier and quiet, 'j;10c. CITY ITJJMB. IIowLitTD DriTiL AssociXTiotr, 211 Four and-o-half street northwest, three doors north of Pennsylvania avenue. E. 1'. liowland, M, 1)., C. II. liowland, 1). I). H., surgical, operative, and mechanical dentists. Kxtractlous, under ni trous oxide, 60 cents each tooth, and only W cents extra for gas, wbothor ouo or a number of teeth aro cxtractcdat tho samoBlttlng. Havo administered nitrous oxide to ovor 10.000 per sous. Artificial teeth 87 per Bet- Cold, amal gam, and wlilto fillings Inserted In tbo bent manner. All work warranted first class, "Aldkrmey Dairy Wagons. Frosh Aldor. aey Butter churned every morning and deliv ered lu kpound "Ward" prints, at 40 couts por Eound, Also, cottage chceu), 6 cents pur ball; uttcnnllk, B cents per quart, and sweet milk at 5 ccuU per quart. Dirzilit, apuroryo whisky, thebestoatha marke'"rtho price, H per gallan, tl quart, and fsjoenta aplnt, 2S cents a sample bottle. Thorp, 818 V street northwcaU JLDVEimSED IiBTTEHS. The following Is a list of advertised letters remain ing In the Mashiogton city postofflct rJATvaoAT, Juds 10,1880. JTOTo obtain any of these letters tkt applicant roust rati for AnvEnTisxn lktters. . jrflrirnotcalledforwlthln four weeks they will be sent to the dead letter orn.ee , JTItANK B. CONaBll.ros'.mMter, LADIB3' LIST. Anderson, Mrs O A Arnold, Fanny Adams. Mrs Laura Keyes, Mrs Mary- Kelly, Mrs barafi ijiga,Kirs Annlt Addison, Mrs Msry I.lffnn. Mia. A II Addlsberaer.Mlisteents I.nTo,ll.s Riele Armltace, Mrs Win IS Long, Mrs JH Make, Annie Lyon, Miss Kate Barker, Mrs A 11 Lamklns. Lucy Brooks, Mrs Annto I -re, Llrzle Brown, Ileitis F Lucas, Mary Drown, Mrs Cries! Lanes, Mrs Mary Blount, Miss Caroline Loinax, Miss Ned Bsnkert. Miss Emma L Llltmami, Mrs Otto It (3) Brown, Mrs Fmraa Lawsou, MrsHarah Barrier, M Ism F McCreery, 1 lora I'cell.Mrs Hauls Mcl'auslamt, Miss Jane Benjamin, Helen Y Mcllratb, Mrs Kate Brown, Mrs J T McMeans, Mrs J lary A Balls, Lydla McUuIri-, Mrs Maria Brardsley.MrsLeil Miller, Ada O Balls, Matilda Madalla, Mrs Allco Butler, Mrs Murphy, Bessie. Blackwood, Miss Munroe, Mrs Columbus Brown, MrsMary Malloy, Kmma Ilurke, Maegle Miller, F.llra Bryerby, MrsM Mallory. Mrs O B Bradley, NannlR Mercer, Magelo Brooks, I'attle (2) Muller.Mary Bulsli,MrsHtanion Murphy, Maggls Barber, Hallle Newman, Mrs A T Broille, Mrs Wm North, Mrs Anna Carhart, Ada Nixon, Maffsi Lhrlslenson, Agnes Noycs, MrsMD Carter, Allrn Naw.Hophla Columbus, Mrs Amanda O'Brloii, Miss L Cooper, Blanche Powell, AnoleM Clark, Mrs C Payne, nianche Caldwell, Mrs Ella Pcicc, Emma Corr. Ellxa Powell, Kllro Coulter, MrsEIIra Pray, Emma I, tllft, M rs Fanny l'hrnaks, M rs Henrietta Csnnady.MrsFO Pruett, MaM Coons, Jennie Powell, Mrs Lav I nla Connel.MrsJO Phillips, Mrs Lucy Coughllu, Johanna Pemelmann, Mrs Corcoran, Mrs Jane Panrera, Mrs Nettle Glial raon, Mrs J E Iteehll. Mrs Amelia v Clous, Mrs J W ltohlnson, Mrs Emily Collins, Lucy Bewton. Kmella Carter, Mrs Luven Itlscs, F.lla viTiuriii, ft ids Mt jtniHit iirniuur Cuniiinffbain.MriLliJ.lB Utchi. MnJ V fflmpUll. Minna IIoaii, JuIIa ColIir.Mnry Jtfnl.MlM Mftfte Carroll, Mhjt' Itobliifion, Mm Mrtha Countte, Mra Nftticy totf rtwn, Mrt Ksichel CunnnlDcs, lMr Nettle llftmlolp.t, Mr arnh Duuton, Mrs Uios Hjkcs, Mm Alice Duvli. Mrs i: W Bavory. Alice DiiTAll.Knrrfot blinw.Mn A M Donaldfon. Mtu Kallte Htrotlior, Mm aIIcq IK lore, lAriie bpalin, M tn AmtiHe Knmcs, Mrs ClmrtM Hnilth, Mra Annie Kvnlns, M1m Clftrn Stennrt. Mm lift tie Kcclca, Mrs Jnmei Hmltli, Mrs Illnlr I'merv, MrnMnry K Hiinilforil. Mrs Clara l'ry, Mrs AtMio Hnilth, Kan u In Fnrrcll. Bidua Hmltli, Knnnio 1'oIpt, Holla Hmltli, llrnrlettfi Fields, Mrs Frances HtcTrnrt, Mm It Y I'tiller, Mm J I) Hmlllipon. Hattlo Foster. Mm Mary G Hlirrmnl, Mm II McL Forty in. Minnie MuiWl, Mrs JnoU KppnntMrs -Bcott, Mm Laura A (2) Font, Itonnle (2) Htnninl. Mnry FoiintAln, Mm J W Hmlth, Mary (llllrrrt. Mm Ilfttle Hmltli. Mnrv I: (loll, Kmraa Hteptiens, Mm Roltcrtti (loddln, MMOeorutanua Hnondfn, Mm Hftrali (.rny, llattle Hcntt,HarahA (lallary, Jtnnlo Tbotntia, Annlo Orny, Jf nnle A Terrell, Elli (laeUns LUlle Townscivl, Mm K W Jreen, Lticy Turner, Mm J.llen Glblifon, Marv Tennyson, Mrs Km ma V Grimti, Mary K Towneii'l, Ival, J Gordon.MnryK Toohs MrnJK (Irten, Mltnlelt Trera.MliaLvnn Grcihnrn, Mlsa M 8 Taylor, Mra Lizzie Hawkins, Alice T Taylor, MrsMary Jlollln, Agncfl Taylor, Mhs M M Hnrrla, Alice (2) Tobou, Mrs Ilachel llancy, Mm Agnes Vinson, Mrn Charlotto Hennon, Clirlstle Van Vclyer, Mrt U K Hawkins, Mm Kllza Von Ilaron, Mm Nettle Husband, Mrs Kraina Wlfcht, Mm Annlo Hawkins, Fllen WtlllAtnvMM Ann Holiday, Grace Waten.MMG lIOrnrd, Halite Wadiworth. Mm Crals W Handy, Hellen I) William. KUfAtieth Hawkins. Mrs J White, ilnmmK HolmcR, Lucy Wlnjte, Kllen KolDieSfMnry Wilson, Fiinnlo HIron, Margaret Warner, Gertie Harris, Mm.sf Washington, Jannte Jllpelnson, Mrs Sarah Williams, Lilly lllpW, MKi Hue Walker, Lucy Jackson, Mrs Adelaide Williams, Mary Liza Johnson, Annie Woliln, Mrs M P Jackson, Mm A WnUeri-, Mrs Miry Jones, MIis Ater Walsnn, Mary Jackson, Mrs Bob Wood, Mrs Alary fl Johnson, Mra Frnncli Wo(nl, the Misses Jackson, Mm Indiana (2) Wood, Mary Ann Jackson, Mary Ami WhtttlnKham, Mollto O Johnson, Marlah WorlhltiKton, Mrs Johnson, Miss It Will son, l'cgjry Watson Johnson, Busan Wiishlngton.ltebccca Johnson. MrsBousan Wilkinson, Hartli Johnson, Miss H Wood, Mm W W W Jones, Mrs W IT Weed, Mrs W IK Knyeer.Mra r Yountf, Mrs Kmma Klnjr. Harriet Toung, Lllcn Kendall, Mrs Jennie Coy GENTLEMEN'S LI3T. Adams, E A Johnson, Charley Armstrong, Wm P Jackson, Ur (2) liucbanau, Arthur Jackson, George Black, Clins Jackson, Geo Baker, ChasA Jones, Henry Jllssk, Cliss J Johnson, Jos 1Z Iturctss, Chas Jackton, J L Barber, D Joyte, Morgan Butler, Rev Dr Jaikson, Itev TO Ulackman, Frank Johnson, Hay Bill, KA Jordan, Win K Bunce, 1-rank E Kellogg, Chas Bay no, Frank, Kellogtr, Chas H Beli an , T Kirk, d A Brown, Gordon Kendrlck. T T Bnppott, Georse Knspn, win U Blgelow, Vr Iloratlo II Klugel, Wlllinra Breweler, J K Kinney, Wm I Brown, J liomax, Charles Burke, J H Lamond, Frank K Brown, J E Lanlr, Fred Brooks, James Iawrence, Oscar Butts, Julius Lonjr, Oscar Burrell.John W Light tier, rheoM Brown & Lamar Mead, U JI Haley, Mr Merrell, OE Bsown, Mr Moore, Cutler Ho ford. It I. II Martin, Col Bonner, It A Murray, 0 11 Boldern, Boltert Morgan, O Brown, ltobt V Martin. 1) J Botls.Hteven Mitchell, Dr Bauer, H (2) Mlnukk, Fdvrard A.ir Bart, Hr bid ney Water Mossman.EJ low McCnlinont, Kit W Bogg, Byman It McSv-aln. Francis Brott.TaKo Morris, Ir.uik Boyd, Thomas M Mtller.GeoW Bolen, W 11 Mourrell, Geo Bay ton, V lse Me) cm, Joel Boom, 1111am Morrison. Col J h D Bliss, Cot W It Moron, M Ichal Baldwin, WtlUan.B Morgan, Mr Clark, Dr A 11 Morrison, Martin A Crandy, Albert McCargd, W It lark. Archer Michael, Hon Win M Chaup, UK Mnne. WA Chase, Dfltus Montague, W II Lallan, lion DaUd Newcomb, Dr Charles Coushlln, Dennis Nor t hup, K Q Conklln, Fnoch O'Kerrls, a Day Chal fatit, K Oshuu,Thomi9on Clark, Gen O W Batton, A M Clarke, Geo W 1'lko, F W (4) Lonoades, II 1'raston, Frank X Coleman, Col II E l'olndcxler, Henry Clark, Houmau Peterson, John B Carter, Hon J I 1'oarlnmn, L M Cnvnnogh, J Pauell, ItausamT Clark, Jobn Parsons, Geo V II (2) Clay, Hon James Ilclyea. U I Cannon, James J Kendall, Divld Cooper, J II Keees, Henry Chase, James Kech, Johns Cunningham, M A Rogers, James Crumllne, Mr Rogers, Joe and Charles Cootldge, Mr and Mrs Kan, Juiiim Campbell, Noah Roblson, B Conoly, Pstrlck Robinson, Willie II Couser, Mr and Mrs II M Rhine. W On (HOT, Roshler N f unwell. Charles W CluIr.HnnThosA Button, Ell Connor, Thomas Bbutt, George F Cnriwnter, Wm Hnilth, II Clayton, W McK Htone, Harry A Drlpgcrs, A V Hmltli, Harrington Dons, C I' Hcott, James Davis, Chas H Houthcomb, John It Daenpoit,MrandMra Hcott. John B Dick Hiuall, James W Dodge, E E Hmltli, John A Duj.Euglnle Hmlck, Lewis Davis, John II Hlgter, M J Douglas, J O Hummervllle, Mr Douglces, James B Hhea, W O Duyer.J W Hlydlng, NH Duiae, J M Ht Clutr, Or It O Davis, Willie Butherlund, B It Fdwards, Benjamin Hmltli, HF Kckle, Gen H Hklnner, H.umicl II Kdgar, U M hhenard, Thos Jt Fly, Itev J G Hheldan, W llllam ltxvirald, A II Hlminons, W A Kn rut i am, Charles E Hnyvoy, Walter Fanuin, Cook Hpauldlng, W A roet, li C 1 liomas, Chas Foster, Dr P L Tersienberg, Ernst I rceinao, Edward Trusty, I rankle A Fearing, Isaac K '1 anner, G lorbes, Jemes Tanner, GoorgB W 1 lelcher, Jsmes B Thomas, Rev U E I rnnkltu, John Taylor, Henry I lerce, O G 'I wyinan, John Foster, Hon Wm Thomas, John FluegHn, William Townwnd, h Unstufson, Axel 1 homnson. Col M Gonar. Goseppe Thouat, O U Gerlach, Henry 'tonnlsou r Gordon, Harrison 'ltbbi, WillUm Green, Jobn W 'lhomat, Win A Goldrlng, Jullnajr !TnderMood,Morcnn Gllson, JainesA Washington, Alfred Grace, John Whitlow, Andrew Genz, Oskar Williams, Albert Hullerly, A I) Webeton, I) H Hewitt, BenJatnlnT Warner, II E Jlmts, Benjamen Willis, Henry J Hill, ClPiniiii Walih. John It lllcks, Iff. G Walters. Joscnh W Harris, Henry Woodriell, John Humeri, Joseph Wulker.J W HonfcKli.J 1' Wlllard, Joseph II lUrt.lve II Wallace, Mr Herdnn, J It Wheeler, Marshall Hlgglns, James Wolf, Cnpt I'll Howard. Melvlll IE Whkershuin. HO N Hlnes, noberl Wilms HtClilr Holland. Richard Williams. H h Hennt, Hamuel; Walts, Hdllmaml HflKiin. W K A Waters, Blduey Hale, Hon W G Webster. 1 bonus llunlj, W R Wood. W W or V a HariUon Win WebMer WK Horfcley, Wl Webb. Win Jucksou, Andrew w hltlug, W M MIHCELLANEOUJ, Kelly and Co Agt Mcn.hai.ts A Miners' Iransportutlon C 1 he National Re. lew Moral Education f-cnlcty 1 lbrorlanBook Eichauge I Ibittiinn WHshlngUiii cliv Library Ketrhltr uiul Ri carder OUUo Pub of the AmerUan Newriniier Dlrwtory Independent Otder of odd FcUows 1741 Fiunuvo Z.OOAJi IXTTXItS. LADIES L1BT, Anelerron, Katie Johnson, Lena Aldlne, Mls 2o JaulU Mm Brown, Mm A U Jackson, Mra Mlnle Butler, Julia Jones, Moss Bally, Mm Lav 1 til a Jones, Mat gle B rann, MIm Kennedy. Bridget Clarke, Florence Klrby, Mm F Connors, Mm Julia Lane, fTie Cook, Mm I Urle Mandy, Mrs Emma Campbell. Mary Llrile Monroe. Mary Clayton. Mrs Maggie Mitchell. Mm Lanra Dowell.Kmeltne Muller, Mrs M Claire Fdtnonds, Carrie (0) Mattlntrly. Mary F last, llattle Murphy, Mary Garrett. Jennie Rlely, Koran GHlum.MlM Full. Mrs Alice M II oward, Mrs Ainttla Hmltli, Mm Carrie Harvey, Ada Ht Clair, Eva Hastings, Cora Huart.Otisste Herrkk.Mra Edward Wanton, Mm Bailie Hicks, Martha Travers, Miss Harn, Mlsa Thompson, Mm Thoe II Height, Mrs Weaver. Kittle Hawking, Mrs 8 E Walbrldge, Mrs M E Holmes, Huslo Wilkinson. Matle Jnckson,MraA Woodson, Rose Johnson, LI la Walking, Mrs Jas GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Brtfl ster, Andrew Mahoney, I) Bennet, col McCain, II A Butrher, G Tyson Morrtts.J ii(2) BaldwIti.JC May,KAM Belmont, Tracy iorse, W A Bond, W h Marshall. W'allace Curtis A Crawford Nesgle, tleo W. Jr Curry, Geo O'lsellc, Hon Janice Carter, John Porter, Hayes Croggln, J Payne, SO ( hanel, Morion Russell, Andrew' Douglass, U W Iloiherhfthe, James Dall, 1-ranks Richardson, Mr Drew, Fred Rlcherson, Win Duke, J 11 Hannson, Colnmbus Douohue. Jaroci Hanford, Chas W Fnoch. Mr Htewart, John Fills, Wm Htewart. John W Hteh. Mr Hmltli, J A Gllson, Jno H Hherwln. LB Green, Jerry Hmlth, Hon Wm Francis GIsm, Jainvs H pence r, Wm Hilton, A R Trimble JImmte lllllls, Chas TancH.Mr&MrsIsaao Helmhach, T H Turner, W M Hlnsnan, J F,Jr Waller, Jno Ilowat, u Word, Mr Henry, Ryder Whitman, N I) X H I) Jones, Chas Washington, R K Lawrence, Harry K W llaon. Thos I) Ulktns.JWU LIST OP LKTTKltS UlITUUNRO FKO.U di:ai m;ti'i:u ofi'ick. LADIES' LtHT. Adams, Eva McCarthy, Mary Bynrk, Johanna McKcnny, Maria A ell, Mm Prodln, Annie Deunond, Zthel Rowr, M rs Mary Gnnlng, Jennie Ramies, Hophla Glascoc, Mary S Hlgsbce, Anna t Hogan, Laura Hmlth, Katie Harklns, Rosa Hhelton, Mm Jordan, Mrs Kllen Hmlth, MrsM E Jackson, Mary Jane Hnylcs, Maria Kelly, Mrs Jane Wheeler, Ella Lte, Lueinum Walker, Harriet MISCELLANEOUS, Daughter, 2123 12th st Harah It, 128 H BtN K NW GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Adams, Wm Kent, W m W Beaman, Joseph N Lncngleln, U Bangs, W (2) Lynch, Lugeno toiii inn, joun pincK. mig u Coats, Jas H Mltchelthorne, James Dally, G F Murray, M U Kllsnoith.Chas Penu, EF J-dw ards, F, H Revcs, Joseph II Fvans, W II Hmlth. Albert Fielding, Walter Hlms, Henry Thomas Graham, Alfrtd Tunbull, L II Green, A B Thurman, M A Jackson, Geo W Taj lor, w Jackson, Henry Thomson, W II Jeilrles, N U Turner, Win Jones, Ham W Uklnson, Jas D King, Bit Wood.W H Kennedy, 1 J 12A8T CAPITOL STATION. Crltcs, M.b E A Joseph, Mrs Mary Horn, Miss Badlo GKOltaiVTOWN STATION, Harper, Rarali Johns, Mrs Rosa Loudon, Mm Mary Ann Hmlth, Mm Febry tSinlth.Mrs M Ben rum, GeoW Crawford, L J (2) Fentou, B A Lawrence, Hamuel Hiulley, Ivln B Walker, Thomas IICRIIMAN, 'JIt.-8riCi:il.-SAMt!Fi. HEnn mam, Jr., to Virginia Srivrit, Now Orleans, I.a , Wednesday, Juno 10. At liomo Sunday, Juno 20, from 2 to D ji. in., 1730 71U St. N. V. Died. IinOWN-Dcpartcd this lifo FrMny, Juno 18, nt H 40n.m. llAnvp.v tlio bclnvcd husband nf 'Matilda llroivn, at Iho nt;o af'U yean. interment at uan itiagc, nelson county vn. VNDKJlTAJUinS. yn- it. BriuitE, TJNDEnTAKER, WO F STItEET KOUTUWEST. S-r.verytlilng strictly first-class nnd on tbo most reasonablo terras. Camp Chairs to biro for all occasions. TETEHIONE CALk-310. a09El'H C. I.EE, I ormcrly of Henry Io's Sons, Undertakers, NEW AND COMMODIOUS WAUKItOOMS, No. Bib l'cnnsylvanla avenuo N. W, 3-Hcsldenco on tbo premises. Assignee's Sale! GOODS AT COST. CHEAP for Cash. CLOTIIING-Fino Suits. UNDEltWEAIt-nr All (Junl itics. NECKWEAR -Tho latest Styles. HATS o latest Slylcs or Straw nnd Derbys. Vnllses nntl Oossaincra. A Largo Assortment of Fino ilk Umbrellas nnd Ooltl lfcadeil Cnncs. If you want to fit yourself up in good stylo at a small expense, and that with tho best matorial, call and ox amino tho stock of goods for salo at tho EXCELSIOR 1217 Fciiua. Ave N. W. The Stock Must Bq Sold Samuel Bieber, Assignoo. Watch, Look, Find, and Be Snre and Visit - THE GREAT SALE OF CLOTHING 021 7th St. N. W., bolwcen I St. nnd 31 s. Ave . JuBt now your attontion is wantod. Two minutos of your timo required. Road, roiloct, act, and, by so doing, savo your monoy. Tho salo is now going on. NO doubt you want many things in our lino. First, wo havo about a hundrod job Vosts, formerly sold for 7Go, $1.50, and $2. Wo aro going to run thorn ott'for 25o, much less than they cost to mako. A lot of small size Ofllco Coats, vory low; finor onos, sold for SO, down to $2.50, to closo out. 200 Sorgo Vests, $1. Whito Vosts, formerly Bold for $1.50, $2, and $2.50, now 75o and $1. A lot of Light CaBsimoro Suits, formor prico $6.50, $10, $13, $10, and $18, now down to $4, $6, $8, and $10. Lots of goods at loss than tho cost of tho matorials. Bona fido bargains tho ordor of tho day. Tho goods must bo sold. Money iB what wo want, and wo aro going to got it. Our prices will do it. Lots of oustomors havo bought such bargains, and aro sondmg thoir frionds baok to buy our clothing. Men, boys, and childron can bo fittod. Many of thoso aro in samplo suits. Isn't it an itom to savo from $2 to $6 on a suit ? Every dollar savod is oqual to a dollar mado. Wo aro horo to Bavo you monoy. Wo call your spocial attontion to this groat salo of Samplo Rll4t -Tat. IVTflv. TCrtvtt. nn "11.411s 7tTnw nMrt n1 t Muiio ivi wuu, ajuyn, uuu uuituiuii, juuuy utu xjixiy xu singlo samplo suits, but if it is your sizo it is just as val uablo to you as if wo had a hundrod suits. Still it moans a saving to you of $3 to $6 on a good suit. Wo havo a splendid suit, sizo 40, in Gronuino JFroncn Goods, ior mcrly sold for $25, now $17; you cannot cot its oqual for $40 mado to ordor. Wo havo many similar bargains in nil sizes, and it is to your intorost to como and soo thorn. Wo havo tho bost goods at tho lowost pricos. Most of ur clothing is mado by tho bost Broadway clothiors and is equal to custom work. You will find ovor 60 differ ent styles of Children's Suits of all shades. Wo soil many of thoso for noarly half prico. Thoy aro tho goods, but broken sizos. That makes no difibronco to you, so you got tho sizo you want. Wo aro ofton askod how wo soil such good goods so cheap. Wo want tho monoy for tbcm; wo bought them choap, and wo aro going to soil them cheap. Thoy aro not ohoap goods, but good goodB cheap. Quito a diiToronco; anybody can soil ohoap goods cheap, but few sell good goods ohoap. Wo havo about a hundred Light Suits for boys (long pants). Thoy cost us $6, $7, $8, $9, $10, $11, and $12 a suit. Wo must sell thorn now, and they will bo sold at 60 conts on tho dollar. Thoy aro far superior for boys for tho noxt Bix months to dark goods, and thoy don't show tho dust and dirt as much as dark goodB; still, you can't mako Bomo of tho ladieB or gentlemen boliovo it, and so it is no uso to arguo tho fact, for a "woman convinced against her will is of tbo same opinion still." So wo always lot tho ladies chooso and judge for themselves. All wo can do is to say como and seo for yourselves. Our goods stand tho test of sun, rain, snow, and hoat. Ono thing wo almost forgot our Black, Brown, and Wino Colored Cutaway Suits; also Gold and Stool Mixed of Fino and Modium Goods. Como and seo us; wo will fit you and your boys at tho Great Salo of Samplo and Job Lots of Clothing. No. 024 Sovonth street northwest, botwoon I stroot and Massachusetts avenuo, ono door below Burdotto's Dry Goods Storo. Look for tho signs all ovor tho windows. Don't miss tho placo. ELECTItlCITY AS A irTiiriiniiwi QrVkTmfi sKflLrTw'EM $ Sift VrkriS&ai Jv sssHiHBHbBHBHBHb Rclntlcn, Numiinrs. Pnrnljsls, Spinal Irrllntlnn or (Tenknrns, Nmirulcln, Ifyalrrln, Anwstlif ln, Twltcltlnc; or tho Mnsolus, Chorru, Funetliinul nnil Nervous Irmililva nurn'Kxfully tri'iiliil liv my liuproivil method or lil)lui; electricity WITHOUT HUMOVAl, Ol' CLOTHING. IlEFFItKNCCS 11Y miMISSIOXs Mr. John Hull, Hanker. Hon. fluey Ynung, KWTHCinbstrcit. Col. Jnintsllelgcr, U H. A lion. Den. T. 1 rcdcrlelr, licprcirntntlvc, Inwn, 120J K ttrcit. V. O Hi nlson, Ileal lMnle, ir."! F ilnv t northwest, (icn. MnruisJ, Wrlglii. Wiir Iticonl OMtcci. I vlll remene Die pnln ofSclniltn In twi my minutes: nlsa rolloo numlmcsi. bL'IAIIOA AND UIIKIIMA'IIS.M UUItKI). I suffered with Sclntliatmd Ulieunintlsm four enrs. nnd for n year v,ns uunlilo to work. 1 rrss Ircnlcd by pond Mistclrns for It nil tliat time, but Rot nn relief. Ouo application of ctcc tile Ity by lr, Mcliolson look ulltliojialn out, nnd a few cured mo. I am nt work ovcryday, and bnvi no pain. HOllKHT HUHI.hlV, WW Eo:ond Hrcit soutliwest, Conmllailon Irec. l'olle nts objecting tn ckclrleal treatment by reason nf removal of cloth rg ure treated wllbout lucb Incoincnlcneo. Dlt. NIOHOi.SON. KUM'.irnni v v JS'j;ir J'vni.iv irov.v. Edwin Alden&Bro's lllustratcil SCIIOUIi Cntalo-iip. A 32 pane pamphlet, tboHlng cnmlnsvof dlirercnt coliices mid .cmln tries, sludr rutin i, nitiulo lamlsmpcs of collego uromiilH, wltu nht of skelchtUK and eniiralui;, whether for mUcrtlMug purposes lor catalogue uso, to Kctbcr wltn llipcoktof adteriLliu; In tin- bust pnieri". tent freo on application. IMivlii Alilon & llro., Nowsnapir Advertising Accnts , HU ussuu bi., n. y ou v, 4tii Ht., Cincinnati. je9 w lm PINE TAR MOTH PAPER ! NONE HlSTTKIl. biii:i:ts l Altai: and hthono. lVhnlcsnlo mid ltntntl. E- 3CoxrisorD.'3 1A1'I!K WAltlJUOUSK, BOB and K07 1 Street Northwest. Ml'.DlO.th. AND WHISKY IUIIlTa Cl. 1 U J1 cured at pain; book of purtleulars sci at homo without pain; Ijnok of purtleulars scut free. 11 SI, WBOU.EYM.l). .Atlanta, (la. doJil ilAW Cm T AIilfcH-JUHT 1'UUMmihU, llthAllsr. J J on fcelf-Develorment of tho Femalo Unit and Form." Colored Anatomical plato, full explanation, medical opinions, Ac, mailed (Moled) for i cents. Address 1. O. URAWKll 179. Ilnlfalo, N. Y. rXsiiiKOTON i,oiiMrin.Yvii:.SNV) oniCAI. UIMTANY Imio remmvd tu 'nurlcci.ih tlreel, between 11 nnd 1 etaeta noitlnmt, And Mill till ip'lrnl geeds at rcmonabl tlccs, t0S$ - ItEMEDIAL AGENT. jVCtV JPVBZIOAXXONa, cCO. Cheap Reading. BOOKS AT HALF PRICE. Wo have laid out n largo lot of good books for general reading, which wo will sell a HALF 1'ltICE. A good clmnco for getting a supply of Sum mer Heading, WM. BALLANTYNE & SON, 438 si:vr.NTii stui:i:t. SOME NEW BOOKS Land, Labor, and Law. Phillips li SO Triumphant Democracy, Carncglo 2 00 Rally, ns of tho Republic. Hudson 'J 01 Tho Country Hunker. lino 1M TbeLokt Name. Mrs Dahlgrcu 1 00 Souks and llallads of Southern People. Moore 100 Persia i Thu Laud of tho Imams, liauett.. 1 60 Franklin Equaro and Seaside Libraries as IsMicd. CHAPMAN'S, UIB l'lCNNSYLVANIA AVKNUK, plIOTO-KNOKAVINO, Having recently Fitted up a PHOTOKNUltAVlNQ KSl'AUMiJIlMKNT lu couuectlon with my Patent Process I am prepared to furnish ILLC6T1UTIONH FOR NKWSPAPKBa AT 8HOHT NOTICJS. MAUR10K JOYCE, 418 Eleventh Btroet Northwost. TTT TT?C Instant relief. Final euro I 1 I Jl'iij. In 10 da)s. and never ro. turns. Nn purge, no salvo, no supiokiUiry, Bnf. Irrerswlll learn of a simple remedy I'reii, by tdOressltur 0. J. UABON, VH NsMait St., N. Y. FlXAXCIAZ. b ik. rum. TT. B, HJSM B. K. Plain 8c Co., BROKERS. Stocks, Grain, Provisions, and Oil. St. Clone! Ilnllding, 9th and F 8 Li. Chicago Correspondents : Charles Counsel. nian A Co. city references : National Bank of Iho Ke publfc. ..Cr215'.n' Qnotatlom of Chicago and Kavr 1 ork Markets by Special Wires. Telephone. MS. J.VY.WAUn. F. B. SnAJiB. T. L. Criortrr. WALSH, CKOPIEY & CO., BANKEItS AND BROKERS, Stock", Grain, Provisions, & Petroleum, lilO F BT. (mover Dalldtng), Washington, D. O. J. VANCE LEWIS, BROKER, Stocks, Grain, Provi sions, and Oil. I.E IinOIT 11CILDINO, 8th and F Bt, FRIVATX WinE3T0 NEW YOUKANDC11I. CAOO. usn CKitr.s, STKItLINO, MlNNi:OI.A, GILT KDOK, or FLOUR, And you will always havo Beautiful Bread, Holla, and lllscults. Wholctalo Depot, corner First street and Indi ana uvenuo. WM. M. OALT & CO. FLOUR I BAKES MORE BREAD, 1AKES WHITER BREAD, BAKES BETTER BREAD, Tlinn Any Other Flour Manu factured. If You Aro Not Using Pillstary's Best ! Ask For It. liuv No Other. UAItllOUR & HAMILTON, SOI.K AGKNTS. S- S. S. Scrofula of Lungs. I am now 40 ynn olJ, and hare iofffreJ for tha Inst (iltvrn yrnra with a Iudk (rouble, X Intra iput tliouidnds of dollnra to arrest the march of tuts llFpa; tut ten.ixmtry relief was all that X ob tained. X u unfit for any tnnuual lalxjr for several yeara, A frlenil itrouidy recommendeJ tho uepor rMlTs Hpeclfic(H. ti H t.clalmluc ibut ho himself had htm grently benrflted by lu u la romo lung trouhK. 1 rcolved to try It The re sults are remirknblp. Aly cough has left me. my trcnjrtli hai reiunn,d. and lavish ilxty pounds luorvthnul e.erdldlu my life. H has been tlirwi fTiiri ilnce I atoppM tho use of the medicine, but X ia c hud no return of the iltseiu. and there are no rmlni or weuatieu felt tn my lungs. X do tha bnrdrAt kind of mhanlcal worlc, and feel as veil oji I ever felt since I m a boy. These, I know, are wonderful statements to make, but I am hones when I my that I owe my existence and health to day to 8. 8,8, 1 would be ncreaut to the duty owe tohumanltylf I fullM to bear this cheerf. teettmouy to the merits of this wonderful mslicl no T, J. UOLT. MoTd0UXDT ALA., June 23, 1BH3, Bwin's BpecMc Is entirely vegetalle, TreaUles oa Blood and bkln Dlwoses mailed free. TiirSwr i rr HrrciriqOo ,D rawer 3, Atlanta. Go.. ANGLO-HERICAN JlnBuranco Co., No. 629 F Stroot N. W WASUINOTON, D. C, usaus Fire and Marine Policies THINK FOR YOURSELF. IF YOU AUK FA3IIZY SVPPXJEB. N . .. t m?K.strtJsssli ISw ." sflssssHsss f5?V A SENSIBLE WOMAN AKU PtUKVS 11UT Health, Comfort, and Beauty ahs DtflnuiBu.TiirNaa. r ZvDU COROED CORSET .WAISTS. HI.VTltltlAI.MIUriXIXUOttt. THOUSANDS iVBk mw E ue sun yorr uonct m Umpd luoit M,une" FITAMjAdPS lof&nts tu Adults. MrJ Holilliy lcmlltik rclal!f rn mm evrrwhvro. budtcircuUr, FERRIS BnOS.B.saUlarrrs & 1 Uhlto (!., NKYV VOUK.. 1 HJSOS BROS., book and job riuxnxo, l'cuntylvnulu avenue, routbout cor, 13th st. The loreost rrlutlus homo In tho city, 1 rlulluR of nil ilu'tilpltom t'roiuptir 11 rule J lu ttu Ilc.t b'trleauil nt Uiwet lUtet,