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is Hard Work i anisas \"'i !???? ?lele ?lie Hah ran he I?????il. Y??u mil Hah a nhilf ??ni...m siwa-eas nul.? v" strike lia? in-l.i phuv. | w,, |j, a iva I.. I HUIV ? ? ! lier*'. I .o.. \ i ni a laite Mo i.? ni. aboni .?in- ponm. ? ?? li I II... I'.llllll.? I!.?- I'l.tolll.-le H' llill-, |?f il.i'.ll |-.,,? x i \ C...1 Fish, |?-r |...i:inl I ,;,? \ Sliie.lil.il I'."! Fish, ist Ih>x Hie :?<i, in. |,i, It" v..in-:i|.|wi?i.-fiils \i.ti ..i- \ on witiiI i .>.l lirmkfiud relish, trj iMirsutll Fish. M.it usi *,? mux-li, I ? ? fa tin? tin tail van t.-i|?i>. S.i\.- inline?- ami iiiHun* \>\< i>nr.'. W. L. B RANN AN. The Bridgewater Mills h? lull, prepare?! t? lor their nnequalle?] branda ol H^T.t >1 i Jf?, w h ii ? . Ficklen's Superlative Potent, BridgeujQter Family 'Silver Medal , Belmont Family, Belmont Best Extra, Something Netxi. i ? li.ni F, eil, m.I I rack? ? '. Veil k ? ash i ? tri ?! lo I |..i S/he it and Corn. J. B. FICKLEN, Manager. TAILOR and CLOTHIER THAT NEW SLIT ."i \i:l TIIINKIXd OF liKTTISli If it- ..?> thefaahion plate. WE CAN M\Ki: 11 I <?u II admire vouraeH. and keel as though ..tiers admired run und they will. Urn It don't tuk. Kis-h an nwlal lot of monrj U> drena well, ?rhea ? <>u t rade ??itiius. s?,i^ ,,...., a^-t c r\r\ an.I nps ^> Iv-UU rroosera Iron ?1? CZ /~\f\ award?.r,|,r3>O.UIJ THOS.A.CHARSHEE&BKO. MJ EASTERN I'M.I.s AVE., B tLTIMORE, Ml? Wholesale and Commission Lumber, A?4/I_?0*D 7IES AVD WOOD \\ e handle mi com m ?-.-ii m and I. i\ . ?i.t ri-^lit .and make a apeeialtj of VA. PINE. We Clean and Dye LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING. s.-ii.l ns voiir ^o.mIs li? Huai or Expresa and ??.- ??ill make then look like new. I nt v ?ear-' i \ |? t EMIL FISHER, 216 W. Fayette St., Baltimore. Md. Semi for onr booklet, it t.-ll- ron avoryl him?. FLOUR! r O All merchants handling IL.ir will do well to write to THE FLOUR PEOPLE, White i Compas/, --'o Spear'? \\ sert, Baltimore. Md. FLOUR! o ?ex K.-i. : ;.. Citizens' National Bank an?l all ricnineici.il ?ffendes. Established I. COOKE & SONS, Wliolesnle Corainission MerciLarLt3 EGGS. POULTRY, BUTTER and DRIED FRUIT. V W<-st Pratt St.. r..illiinorc, Md. Bhipaient? solicited. Daily returns Russelbaugh, Balke & Co, [MTORTBRS imi JOBBERS OF WALL PARER, Kooni Moiildin^H and Paperhajifers' Supplie?. Hfl Haaover Street, Baltimore, Md. Maryland Thou.-. Courtland l7sW. Write lor Sanantes. Yellow Pine Wanted ! What have you to offer? Correspondence solicited. EDWARDS & ASENDORF, Yellow Pin? I.millier Shingle-. etc. | 6 West 1 ..lis Ave., I'.altimore, M.l. CEPHAS M. LEWIS, G-erj-eral Oomyn ission ^fllearclxa.Xi.'b. For the sals of Poultry, SsaaV? ?sad all kinds of Countrj Prodnes, H Bast (aniden j 81 . Baltimore. M.l. I. .rr-cspondence and consiirnnients solicit?'?!. Keiereiice--National Hank of ('?minier.-?-. H I'.altimore RYLAND&BROOKSLUMBtRCO Wholesale and Commission Lumber, B.*^x/rih^oxa.:E:, iv^x>. Cargoes anil Car Load Lot?. Correspondence and Consignment Solicited. Ksta'.'.ished 181S9. ROBINS <& CO. Commission Merdiants. , VVhoU-sale ?leaUrs and johhers. Bntter, egg?, poultry, game and general produce, told storage and freezing room on premises. Capacity 5,000 tubs batter. Write for tags. 112 South St., ? Baltimore, M.l. R?f?renc?e?Third National Bank and mercantile agencies. Vaa'1! lilts aaa ifilliaa.? ?* an* s;'<>w??K ?*?? .sl?rin(?. There's so much l OU H ii&? afil HallilUirV ,*',llltv "'"' ?rare in these creations They an-such J sensoiiahle and sensihle coijiiiiimtions of airy Rib 1,011? and la.'-*, nnd tin- gencrnl effect of all our finished work is ..leasing We are exclusive Milliners, and all our time, experience and effort? aiv concentrated to the end of making onr products the most attractive, and prices HSIHIIII than von can secure else?? here. ( all and see us. We want your order MRS. O. E. SMITH A. CO. n?.,?. JOHN M. GRIEE/N DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Qroceries, Fine Liquors? Tobacco and Cigars Agency Pahst Milwaukee Lager Beer and Beat Tonic We also h?M Steck AIM. PorUr, Stout, etc ??0 B Street. " Ve *lM> have At i? tins pIdly ib ?J ?runt "tin - to the Inter de lienta of ,le. tri.-.il th. -or?. i.. cni , .?ii.sp.,!,,!,.n.,? baa led im* t<> i hink iii.ii n rague noUon Hi ? Itj ?s a itniii wiii. ii in boom mysterious uny Hows through a telearspb wire lii.e water iiiinii^'ii n pipe is a boat as far ?is in- baa tot, ami it" are ?dd to tbia knowledge of what heealle trie shocks" we should probablj iianst hi? Ideas so the siti.je. t. V, t thla is not to in? wondered st Even the most Instructed physt? nothing ion ^m-s a? to what <?!> -. ami tl.nly point ,.ii ?? liny agr?a Is as t<> what it is There is. In fact, a p aaeoe of opinion imong si.tifle arrlters lh.it il is not a Bold i ?? . .i COntlnnOUB stream ,?r ponderable matter, aa liquid or a ?as- aad that it is not ?? form <>f energy, as is beat. Ontside ? ? rtj to roam where It llsteth. aad, .;ll il has use.I this liberty to ? ?.?dl.!?? estent, bo definite result ed np ?o the present tinta? \. -lldelllj-. I.IcLImk lier ?tmn|i>. We fiiol the following an.lotes In a Kaplea paper: "At the postofttee jaa leidiiy. amid the large erowd gstbersd .-i ? ? ??ii?.i the window, waa a young Bag* i!sh lady; handsomr. well dressed mid iic.'.iiiipiiiiied l,y her mai,I. '1 he young lady bad Just purchased some stamps Sod '-' i. alii?, them t" a iium her i.f letters Wfalcfa she held in her hand. Delicately tearing oft ? stamp, sin- said to her maid, 'Pull (sic) out your tongue.' And tin-maid, ?vit! ! lish linpsssivity, thrust forth her , tongue, while the mistress passed over ii a postage st.imp. which abe eabae i]iienll? Stock mi a letter. She want through tl..- eat i of letters, and for each one the obedient waiting maid thrust out her tongue for the di i stress to moisten the stamp ?'url iii.i,m,-i s these Engllsb people bare." Ihr <ll nun anil ?In- l.lnjrr. ihc point of the following story lies in the Importent part which the "three? penny hit" playa in cburcb collectiona in England. Canon Blank iraa baring a friendly game of pool at the aqnire's, ami one of his opponents waa Wigsby, the barrister. The canoa lost ? ?md took from his pocket a threepennj piece t., pay for it. which he placed on the edge ,,r the ?bte. "? di," su :.i Wigsby, "I s,-,., canoa, ?on bare had roar Hager in the plater The csi. drew himself up to lus tall bright, a -."..i ils fe.-t. and. looking the man of the law full la the I said. "I'm Borprlsed that yota, Mr. Wigsby, in tin- paean ace of this r> table company, hare the a arta fit] to recognise your own paltrj contribu? tion r I.nmpa Tlint Talk. 1. ectriC lamps not only eau be made , to talk, but also to sing. An ordinary arc light can be made to produce .sounds In two ways. One is by placing the arc In the Circuit Of ? telephone Instead of the ordinary receiver, and the oilier is by placing it in the circuit Instead of the ordinary transmitter. In either of tbeoe positions it will pronounce words, which can be beard distinctly at a considerable distan?a it naturally follows, als,., that the eteo tric arc can be utilized as the receiver and also as the transmitter of n tele? phone. The Krenrh Harm. The French horn or cor do ?'liasse ia regarded bj boom moaictaaa as the aweeteat and mellowest of nil the wind Instrumenta ta Beethoren'a time it ?vas little else Hum the old hunting horn, which, for the coBTenleDce of the mounted bunter, iras arranged la spiral Convolutions, tO be slipped o?er the. head and carried reetlag <>n ??no shoul? der mid under the opposite arm. Th?! ??eiiiiiiiis still call it the wnldhorn?i that is, "lineal horn." Actors' Superatttlona. To rehearse a pi:,? ,.n Sunday is a sure sign that thai play win not ha u success fur the manager ordering the rehearsal and that salaries will be lost by nil who so participate on the I.ord'a day. To t?virl a chair at rehearsals Is just as Rood as betting "ii a sure thing that a Bgl : ??ill disrupt the frii'ndship of at least two meniliers and perhaps cause kiss |o the management fi?r that week. luiixli I'lniir. Mrs. Youngbride? I've ?otne to c?uu I>lain of that Hour you sent me. Or?.r What was llie matter with it? Mrs. Youngln-ide -It was tough. 1 made a pea with it, ami it ?vas as much as my husband could do to cut it.? Philadelphia Press. II. i- Cooking;. She?You say she won thr<?e hus? bands b.v her ?'Ooklng'' lie That's what she did. "But how ?lid she get rid of the hus? bands nfter sin? won them7" "<iu. I believe her cooking had some? thing to ?lo with that too."?Yonkers ?statesmun. The Moll.? Thai Salted. "It would bo helpful to you," said the prison visitor, "if you could take ?oine motto and try to live up to it." "That's right," replied the convict. "I'd like to select, for instance, 'Wo nre here today and gone tomorrow.' " Flattery la often a traffic of mutual meanness, where, although both par ti??s intend deception, neither is de cciwil. -Colton. When you want a mi?dern, up-to-date physic try Chn.nilxTlAin'8 Stomach and I.?v?r Tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. I'riee. M cent* Samples tree at M. M. 1/ewis'drug ston Tlie flnewt fjaa?a <<f I.<?l?ster Jim I Salmon tit Maui..?? ? Chkhi.ky'*. Coartalal? tai Spain. ta tanta the eesatafesp heg 1 the ?redding ends with a s!...\?. r <.f Msjaaassa? an the .su . ii..c.I basse? on the :..- i.. w leine. Tin- anllia be I.? askiiiir fur a . ii.? where the If tins ll.jllcM ?than? i.m nled the ? -?.in. a.c.nl|l U?l ?\ liile i ; ?lolln players stun. . ..iiipani.n . Miy tit.ie du r BBSS I.e r.-ie, t. ,1 I,?, ? <.f a pa napkin, Tfc .- must make formal suit f..r a \. ? in. -t cannot in- gi ??)-.? .i .-.i t, -? Bui if her father r<-r.is.-s the third tina- he ? usillt a m m ho de that i he daughter be prods? ed >.r that h>r tether give hi? coassent to the marriage, provided in- la an honor? able min. ii,- can tie h carry off lus brido Hut this emergency does no; of? ten ari.M', Woman's II.in P...Ml.- Siiliilnlh.n?. In onr salutations ... and piona ?\ It boot realising It by," \\ lii.ii falls s.. flippantly from oui lips, is really -a;.?! be ? ;,|, yon," ?? i "Good day" uieaua "l wish you a good ?la? a happy, pr ?? i a? Phcenlciana on um ? I to ;.-:.. "What oc? u| Another of then- everyday phrases mea ni to es pr<?? Joy and pi a or? ?raa, rejoice!" Every daj on our streets are li?-ar th.- pel phrase ..f the Germana, -w la geht??** (Hon goes It?) or "Auf wieder sehen" (TM w.- meet ?gain). And the Italian ' : :,t (be COTO to his comrade in hi? native "God gh ? ?; . .w." i ? ncH ut Irish mother upon en? tering ? bourn er omn Um? g?nge, -ill.- . : i?- ..?i this hot "Pence be with you" is the Hebrew b?n?diction, ami th.- answer is equally beautiful, "With you I Inlrrclliiu lor ?h.- Ilu.han.1. A titled ladj warned bei new garden er tii.it ber husband had an Irritatlug : hai.it ?.f disparaging everything he >;iv in the greenbooac and of ordering in a reckless manner new plants to be bought "Hut on ii.i account bntnor him,'' sh> fyiid. "Whatever he naya, throw eokl ?ratet OS him. or he ?Mil ruin us ?vith his extravagance." At Ibis point the new gardener turn? ed on hern White "?id startled fa. ? "Ma'am." he said, "il h. ..r.lers me to pitch ?v. ry plant in i he place on the rahhlsh h.ap. i aba'a'l em hare the pluck to donee him in .oid water. Won't it .1.. as ?rell if I gel a drain of warm ?rater out of the better and let it trickle gently down ins neck' dun Til i la Haas. First Spider llave you had your par .or done overl v - nitb tiy paper."?Life If Von Cant*! Afford <>..?-. Ko? .'lama li.it. 1 I: ?( stylo Before ii.? month of ?'. tot" r. -Clil-.uKo Tribune. '..iinllii? Tlirrn. "Mr. Woodby Witt.- says that there nre only elgbl Jokes in the world." "I should never hsre ?aspeeted from his e!t. i :< |< ,,1 \|;?s Cayenne languidly, 'that he had found so many."- WsshingtOU Star. roisonian the SyStSSa, It is through the bowtjil that the body is cleansed of the impurities Constipa klon keeps ttnaSS poisons in the ajstem, ?ausing headache, dullness and inelan cliolin at lirst. then unsightly eruptions and finally s?-rious illness unless a reme d.v is nppied l?e Witt's Little Carl. I users prevent this troulile hy stimula ting the liver and promote easy, healthy action of the liowds. These little pill.? do not act violently hut by ?funglhlalllg the bowels enalile them to perform their own work Ne\-er (Tap? or distress. 1?. I'. How man. ~?7 MORRISON PAPER COMPANY. JOHN L-PROS.3E Treasurer and Manager. WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL ...PAPER... WAREHOUSE. The largest and most complete line in the city. Writing and Wrapping 1'apers. I'aper Itag?- and Twins, BOJ Paynes .und Tab? lets, Knvclopes and Hlank Hooks. W'rit h?u sml rilsllsg Inks. Bard's I Whit hlg'l Phw I'aiM-rs.CorrespoiMleiice solicit? ed. 1000 I'enn. Ave., Washington, I?. ('. WAGNER'S 4 GREEN HOUSE' psjesta?raift 12 and 1 i K. Pratt St., BALTIMORK, -:- -:- MI' MT Dining ?toeSSS for Ijtdie*. MANASSAS HOUSE SHOW! July 16 and YJ Entries close July 5. For prize ' list an?l particulars a?Wlres.M J. Jenkyn Divvies Seervt.iry, Manassai?, Va. 13th Thin BBS bars our ?.:,n,1?.r j.-ar a.n.1 wi Ii.??.- dosa son Uueltaras?hau erar :,.-f,,r,. Wi Bars tos ?'..iili.l- [.'.?. nu.) a pr.?o? i - traaaj Pen ??Basra ?re tie cssaa nt It " ? -1. i-ur.,.1 ' BfBMtrU IS ill?' St:Ue. |,|,. I * ,. , ,u, ? he waa ta <?! e?.-,-j nur ,'iiti.i.lH IC.Tr at ??.Oil - 111.-Hi 1,1 u hinkey "?1 the market l'armer*? IMItfllt, Teuilerloltl I'.ve. K.'iit.l.:.? , lui. Rye Kin? <?/Krntorkr K/r, White Rjre ?n.|j',.i oin-1 Itye. .ill it >'-'.'"i |>er Kail,?ii. bar?, in ...pull lllil.- I1I1.Im.ii. ?I 'ic. Apple III..-?..in. ?1.75. ?.'boles Kyr ?1 .">'>. ami UoMes star. - Bal. Ai'plr KraiiiMea. ??,110 sad sa ..... p. an.I ?Hacer Kran.lie?. Kidney Ota, ?>??? I n? ? i lli.ii'?, Wine* iiml I leer? A TKIAI. WII.I.i UN VINt'E VOl'. STUASEURGER &S01T, The One Price Liquor and Tehaccc House PtTB? ?VANTKI?. 115, US '?j K?th St.. Fmleri.katmrg, Va PURITY ASSURED 1st. It ia pure. .*? 2nd. It la old and mellow. j?? 3rd. It is sold only in sealed pacKag'es so you may be sure to obtain it -In ita original purity. 4th. Sold by j& J. A. ARMSTRONG, Fredericllsburf;, V?. LOOK r O FT THE BIRD ON THt BOTTLt BLUE tBIRL IWHiSKEY MARYLAND RYE WHISKEY is .n kiiuule.igreii |.\ all to be "The Ke|ir. sent;it ?v.- Whiskey of America." If Viiu're ll|i-ln .?.lie Viill'll liatlllle it. Richard & Co., Wtl l'eiilisvlvania .Vvi'lille. Wash ?Il-J-T??!!, 1?. I .. \\ 'holes;,Ii? I list riluit Hi's. Home Brewing Co. Brewer? t f Fi ne Beers Richmond, Va , ?. *. A. P. flcCracken, tiro. & Co. . .IHSTliir.tFTOR8... FREDEBICK8BURG, VA. Bell of Lex?ngfon ?the flneat wlitakey on earth. Hand inn,!... K.inr stash, copper .ttxtiii-.i, .ttnti,}.. ?tnmti. ?? iirriiiit?',l nur,.. RoSS bsttse for tann* aad meillcal iiae. l'J year? old, f.'i i?.r ?rallen; 4 ?ear? ,,i.i, ?3 psr Kiilloii. 1 hull.Hi- the Hull.t:i. ?.h int.tr? base, themost htsttBj drtak f.ir ?van. a-sstlasr. 1 al?o keep In StOCB a litre line ot M tue?, gin? ikii.i l.rainll,.?,,-t>rnrH mut toltwci Thauk liiK.vnii turviiiir ItUeritl |ml reunite In the past, iiii.l hoping to merit, a BBS), tluu.iii. e i.t ?nil.,. 1 .?.in. Moat reapectfully, aoO CoiiiiiiereeSt. J. T. HARRIS' "ii!,l Itm-ket Murrt?' Ktnii.l ' LIQuOBSr^l??BS, OB0?E??E3 .M?rs? ?J. IT. ^?tToxiLX'oe t ommen-eSt, rrederi,knburg. Y?.,keep the largest and mont varie?! mock 0? \? basa und Uqoorata the city. She can furnish you Whiskey at prices from f 1.4<> to $4 per gallon. It includes Star A, S Kentucky Rye, Live ?)ak, Ix>M BaHI more. King l.''??r. .lefftTHonCo. Itye, \\ ig vviun, Indian Hill ami many other?. Wines of e\,ry (l??scription. Apple Brandy |*U0 to *4 per gallon. A full line oft ?gar?,and Tobacco, (?n?cerie?<. etc. MKS .1. F. MON KOK, 313 Commerce ?St., Fmiericksburg, Ya. WINES AND LIQUORS. PSSO K?t* Whlaker, Pure <il,l Hum, rare liiillftinl Ota, 1'ure Sherry Wine, 1'ure French KrninlT. i'uro Apple Bramly, I'u, ?tmrnly. Pure Ma-kherry llrnn.lv A roia plete ?tork "I Liquors lor :ue>lU't?i uee, at, t>b? Old Kellalile (irocery Store ot CHAS. WALLACE & BRO. i ir Main and Co m marre MM. FBF.IiI.BH KSlil KG..VA. P. Me Crac ken, Bro. A Co., -Wlllll.KSAl.K AM) RKTAIL? 0S0CSM A.M) I.Il*roKI>KAI.EB8. Offer Ten Tlioiiaand ??aliona I'I'ltK ItYK and BOl'RBON WHI8KIKI?, from the following well known dlatlllcrlfa, ??rait * I .... o! Ohio; II,?me Cotinty l>l?tllltniC Co., of Kentucky, M.nitlreil.i I>l?tllliry. ot Maryland, and W. F. Oray. ?t I'einmylvanl?. At(eut*U>T ttvrttner & Knjr'.e'a I.ao-rr Rear. They alao offer staple and V'ain-y Oroceriea Aitrlcultura! Implements. Seeda, Uoano, aad Comen t Royal VelVet, the famous Kertscky Whiskey, posl lively the best for family use. On? ?namy, one price?14 per ?rall?n. Jef ersoa County, st the price, baa no ! equal?$2 per gallon. For sale only by MRS. J. F. MONROK, ! ojriiy Fredcricksburg, Va. Hoeke's Summer Specialties rtler safely by mail; gvxxls arc guaranteed and j?r<i...j?t. WIMu.W St Uli Ready for use. and mot any si/.e n Indo e .-na i?- supplied from our stui k < ?urs are uitule ?I hanl woo.l and I? ,-i .piality o( v? ire screeiiini; 1 s ?n.-lies high. _' I ?aehee 'nirh . "?" in.-l.es high. beren l??>urs. nil ready for hang ing. with hiaan? ami hooks; strong frames and Ix-st screening. m.?t. I'rices Is-niu at. 75^ WINDOW SIIAM'.S. 900 Holland Window Shades, mounted on strong rollers si.- ;\7. BneA. ? >p.-i.pie Shtvles? Jlafl feet.SSa each '.\7 f.?-t.?'!>. ea?'h 59c $1.19 HAMWiH kS. lottnn Hammocks, o.-en weave, with pillow, steel ?preader aad valance; at all pri?es up < ?iir leader is. STRAW MATTIV We are having the biggest Mat? ting season we bave ever knowa? and we're sidling the beat values In Matting you have ever seen. i i very body wants at least a full roll, so tbese prices are for roll ?pian tiths. lOc. Mattings.MHa a yard 85e. Matting?.J7'?c. a yard MOe. Mattinge.JJ'^e. a yard 35e. Matting?.17??jc. a yard 30e. Mattings.legs, a yard Choice of 95 l.onleroil t'iir?*'t Bay/a. in various sizes, at price? th.it are |.>s t h.m the .leiiiul valu" of t In.? (urpvt used in them. . \?. Htb and W. H. HOEKE, W VSHIXCTON D. C. P. H. VOLK & CO., 105 South Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. I l""*- ? TUrn ?"Shoe l-'ind ? HA Nrlf nigs..ml Shoe bUm?I 1 llLr-l? -U.i.Si:||i]:es Cuttera of Etc. Write for Catalogue. A. M \? M Kl I.-. J.IJIKH ?. MTER9. WALKER & MYERS COMMISSION HANDLERS. CVI'KISS *VD YELLOW PINE LUMBER, CYPRESS SH1NQLES, LATHS. ETC CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. ZW SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE, MD. W. W. WELCH, Room li Manufactuivrs Reconl Building, Baltimore, Md., WANTS OAK, ASH AND RORLAR 1-y Car or Cargo. TWOS. H. BOTTS & GOT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 214 Spear s Wharf,.Bsltimsrs, Mi. W'e solicit consignments of.... WHEAT AND CORN. C. A; P. snd Md.Telephone. Correspondents and Consignments Solicited. RlDGAAYAY MERRYMAN, WHOLESALE ?<> COMMISSION. Virginia Bill Btsea,Boards sud Laths. Write me what you bave to offer. 715 Kastern Avenue, Baltimore, Md. JOHN J. KIDD, Hardwood and N. C. Pine Lumber. BAL-TIMORE. MD. 1 would call your attention to the (net that I am in the market (or 4-4 Basswood lumber inontly 1^ ft. length?, and 1 1 noft oak 10 to IT? ft. lengths. I make a specialty of this stork, but also handle all other kinds of Hardwood and Bine lumber, and would lie gla?l to hear from any one having stork to offer. J M BRIAN, 3RD. 901 M.-Klderry'.H Wharf, Baltimore, Md. Armour'? Animal Fertilizer?, Baskets, Berry Crates, Farm Implements, Ete.,Clark's Cutaway Use Harrows, Orchard Blows, 1'. P. Mast A Co.'s Buckeye I ?rill?. Buckeye Cultivators Correspondence solicited. E. E. PRICE BUYER OR Hardwoods, Poplar eund. Logs. Always ?n th.-Market for Oak Bill Stuff, Hal Manufactured Limitier and Logs. Ciirrvspotiileiiee Solicited. BA I .TIM OR K, MD. THE NATIONAL LUMBER CO., Wholesale and Commission Lumber. Eastern Avenue and Union Dock, Baltimore, Md. DID YOU EVER DO ANY BUSINESS WITH U8 r IF NOT, WHY NOT ? BEST PB KSTAM.ISHKI? l ?.,..; DAILY RKTCSJTS. F. H. FOOTB <S CO.. I>r.?l.i.-?> ( imiiiilMliiii .Merchant?. S W Csmden 8t.. Batt!nion>, Mil. gporlalU?*?Pualtry. Kk?" ?nul Stock, Kefrrt.li..-??.?Third Nitlimal llnuk. &oj rriiulsbl? boaiurrw le .une of BaJt! iu..rr sii.l mir Sliip-t>em Corm.ponileutei.oll.lt..] Tac? au.l ?aotatloas furn?shs< apoa appllcstloi?. SEWARD, BRO, & Co. OKNKRAL I'll? i|?l (KOMMISSION MERCHANTS. licceivers and shipper* of Bu. ter. Kgjrs, I'oultry, Game. Live Stock, Cabbaoe, Po? tatoes. Onions, Apples, Pineapples, ? ?rr.niren, I Vaches. Strawberries, (jrupee, Whant, Corn. Etc., BlS. 5 Went Pratt St., Baltimore, Md. Quick sales, prompt retorna References?Southern iTust Jk l>epoalt Co., Old Town Bank. Mercantile Asocies. Established t? MILLER & ROLLER, Commission Merchants. ?.?->7 and '?^:? IxwWan? Are., N. W., Washington. !> C Sp?vialtira? Pontfcr/. A Biitt?-r. Conr?gnnieots8jad<<>iTes|w>ndeoees?dicited. Iv^-reoeae-C. A. Jfs? ?J^ dent National Bank of Washington, I? C, Uwia Johnson A Co., Ban here. W( ingtoii. DC, .1 A UuiT, Cashier (entrai National Bank of Wnselsgtfta, ft. ?.