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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

THE MOKSUNG- TIMES, M&DAY, MARCH 2f 1897. MONEY ANTKPAXBTOLOA LOANS MA mi ON FirKNlTURK. : no its ks. KTC. Loans maao on Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, etc, at lowest rates and Q"C? possible time. Strictly conlidcntal. 1 lease call before securing loans elsewhere. "WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., oiu ' street, uuilm ituiu 5,000 to loan at G per cent; nw. proputj first trust; give location, etc Address NO AtfENTS, mis office. nih25-.Il-em MO.NKi AT FIVE J'iiU Uiiirti - To loan on Washington City ical estate. No delay. HKISKKLL fc McLERAN. 1008 P st.nw. mh26tt MONEY to Iiui lo policemen, letter car riers and l.rivate parties; from 5 to i?50. Call Room S. Central Building, 9th and l"a. ave.; office open until p. m. mh25-3t AiorLV to loan to Government employes, school teachers. Mliceincn, letter-carriers and private parties, from So to frioo, on indorsed notes and other security, no del:iv when security is satisfactory. Box 41. tins office. ii"i--i-c. , LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. b, 5...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

THE SlOKNINGr t TIMES, . Fill DAY. MATKJII 2G, 1897. Scotch Plaids Are -very much in vogue in the new neckwear. We have a choice line of them. The authentic plaids of most all of the leading clans, including: Stuart, Colquhonu, Argyle, McDuff, Macbeth, Cameron, McDonald, Victoria, Graham and others, all made into the njewist shape bows, strings -and four-in-hands, and the price is only 50 c. Just to g-ct you acquainted with our new shirt cutter we offer for this week only a HALF DOZEN strictly first class shirts, MADE to MEASURE, for only 6.00. They are the equal "of any. you'll find anywhere at $9 for the half dozen, and this special price is for this week only. Men's Spring- TOP COATS are ready. A specially attractive HueiHERE. Specially good values, too. All prices $7.50 to-625.00. Robinson & Chery Co. 1 2th and F Sts. M. W. mt ttMmta EONA FIDE CIRCULATION. Tlio clrcnlntion of The Times for the week euded Murch 10, 1807, vun ns follows: Saturday, March 13 38.17G Sunday, Murch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

w I I s jBh - , 0SmS4 THE TIDIES' CIRCULATION YESTERDAY WAS Fair, but with increablnu doudlnew; M I 1 Wy SrSS'SMm A I IT 9 II If Bi v v n xO) northe.lv winds; sl.ghtrisein temperature ULI Jl I 1111 M f IV Jl 1 JL JL, jL COPIES. " tsto i iru WAsnus-GTOiq-, satuedat MoimnzQ, matjck 27, 1897-JEianT pag-es. oyE CENT - J I I I -II.. I 1 1 II II ' GAUGH wpTunncc 0 MIL LULL .A Number of Witnesses to the Board Engineer's Act. .PROTESTED WITHOUT AVAIL A I"ropeit Owner "Watched Tils Ci ib Canleil Aw i Outlook Again Glowing Serious In Many ilaee the "Water Is Rising, Wnile iu ii Tew It In Receding. Memphis, Temi. March 2(j Tlie livei tonight stanrtb 3j.5, i (-light decline for the twenty-four hour. Reports fiom Southern uvci points lliih evening uio not altofev live i ensuring 'Ihe s..aiou at iiuena is pronounced tlckllsli, ana at eneenvuic decicieuly pre-cjiiou-, lite levee at titcse points short ing signs or succumbing lo the water pre-hute 1-aige roieesaro ciiipucJ upon iheni da and night. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMJSS, SATURDAY, MAECH 27, 1897. the question three or four turn:, but f Innlly baid that opposition Lo the bill was the only inference fiotnthe -vote asainst oousidera- tioa. Mr. Richardson and Mr. McMilhn proved Iromibcaecordthat every Democrat voted for the LU1. They had only ioted against itb consideration one day to make room for a silver Mil. Mr. Dalzell asked if it were not a fact thai the Democrats were simply dodging when tliey -wanted to take up the silver bill. They oted for the anti-trust law when smoked out Into the open, hut tntd to get an;iy from it. Mr. MeMiUinlnMsted that their purpose was sincetelo legislate foi silver. 'We pieventttd you," jid Mr. Dalzell, "and will prevent you now." "Yes," exclaimed Mr. McMUUn, "and you'll get jour lolitlcal death by it." Chairman Sherman subtamed the point or ordei On appeal a strict party -vote of lTiGHo 106-upheld the decision. Amendments propo&ed bj Messrs. AlcRnc, Coc-pei, and Robmson, intended as -was Mr I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

THE HORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1897. . 3 .DAILY GBIIDIT 1HE PiBK Too Cold in the Morning, But Practiced in the Afternoon. CONDITION OF TlIE PLAYERS Milliliter Schmelz Says tlie Men Are Fur Advanced HJvulrv- Between "Farrells"and "SIcGiiires" Swalm Is Not 'Well The Norfolk Team lleports for Preliminary Work. Yesteiday morning the Senator had to content themselves with a "clash meeting" in the club dressing-room. Manager Schmelz esteemed it entirely too cold to attempt work in the open, and when the players assembled he called a con vention around the "low neck" stove, 4iid team plays and strategy ,weie dis cussed until lunch hour. These quiet little talks are sure to proe of great benefit, as the men will learn one another's ideas and become acquainted with many tricks which will prove useful during the prog ress .or a hotly-contested game. In the afternoon routine practice was the order, the men donning unitorms and heavy Mveatcis, and starting in at 2 o'clock. The players r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

TJETE MapjNTBTG- TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 3897. STimess By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HOICIIIXS BUILDING EoxciurAST Conrcrn 1 .e:Tir ad D Sts. 'J deplioncs Etlitnrialltooirs. 4S1 I'uslnesi "Oftice. 1610 rr: ioik ornck.:WiBCT iutLDo.o Iiici J o nlnpor Cvcniug i-Uitiou, OuoCcnt fciiiiUij laluion.... 'lhroo Ccnt3 'ciithl. Lj Carrier Mmnlrc rnd Sunday... .ThirtvMlvo Cents I" cuing -..-. "Jinny Cents livening aud TlKTY Cexts uudaj, ) UV MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning. Evening- and Sunday 5Qo Morning and Sunday 3Go ErcnlnuaudSuntlaT 35c WASHINGTON, SATCRDAY. MARCH 27. 'J lie rutiocence ol John Hull. Konic of oui esteemed contcnuiorarics are dmpo-cl to latiti at a presumed ignorance dinplaved by the British press in finding r.uilt uith the Senate of the United States for dialling to protect its prerogative of uutiutuwi in treatv wallets. They are at Mius to stale to- newspapers on tlie otliei mile that constitution.il conditions differ in the two countries They explain with patient idle that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

THE MOK NXJSTtt TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1S97. 33333333933333333313 333S333 Lansburgh & Bro. The Latest Effects In Printed Wash Fabrics. In all tbo prettiest colorings; 500 different patterns to select from, Including Fedora Cords, Lace Applique, Etamine, Rejana Dimity, Larrissa, Len, Indian a a a a a a a B a 51 a ta Dimitv. Bombay Linen and French Batiste Your choice of this beautiful selection- a Only I2cyard. a a a a a a a a a a a a a SPECIAL. Smelling Sslfc, 10-3 a Mtie. This offer holds good until closing time tonight 9 o'clock; 420, 422, 424 426 7th St. 33333333333333333383333333 5SSQ53S3 QQSaSftSQ S& 0 I Credit I 8 it 8 a a a a a Free! 1 s 8 I Si I 8 S ir you will make inquiry about our puces and our way of doing business, it won t take vow Ion;: to see tlic follv of paying cash for Fm nit ure a nil Cupel. We KNOW tliat our puces aie lowu than tnose of tlic cash bouses and you can satisfy yourseiron thispomt by a glance at our pilcat,ig? they are all marked in plain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

THE MOUSING TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1897, The World of Business. Yesterday iu Wall Street. Sew York, March 20. There was re newed depression at the Stock Exchange today, speculation having been dominated by the decision recently rendered ly the Supreme Court in the Trans-Missouri Freight Association case and tlie sum mary disruption or various 'Western mil way lwols bince that. Many holders of Blocks weie disheartened by tills condition of arfairs and bold out, with the result or bringing aliout a decline of 1-2 to 2 per cent. The railways and Industrials fuirreied alike, the heaviest declines hav ing beenin tlie Grangers, Kansas and Tex is jnererrod, New York Central, Big Four, Sugar, Tobacco, General Electric and Oiualia. '1 he downward movement was acceler ate 1 by the execution of Mop orders" Jn tlie ea-e of Sugar, which dropped 112 to 110 3-1, the pressure to sell was, due mainly to the definite announce ment that Claus Ooscher, ;v wealthy sugar rentier, liad decided to buil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

THE MOIOTING TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, IS97. SUE PATD THJ5 FIXE. Though George CnrtiK Ment Ills 'Wife, SUo Helented. George W. Curtis, a brakeman on the Southern Railroad, was a juisoner in the police court yesterday charged with ab baulting his wire, Sydney Curtis. The woman's eye was black and swollen, .and it wa shown that he came home drunk and brutally ustu ulted her. Judge stiller imposed a Tine of $10 or thirty days In jail. As Curtis was proceeding to the cape to go to jail his wire called out: "Come l;acs hert, George; I've got. the, money to hay your Tine," And bhe paid it. J?1.35"to Aifniipolls nuil Heturn Via Uj. & O. K. It., aUtraiiis, .March 27 and 28 Valid Tor return passage until following Monday.- - mh22-7t iO.iT WAXTICI) AD TO X.OAN. Avi'v-ri.-ri -jjvin nf SG00 for three or five vears: will put up S1.S00 in real estate J no'tes at? collateral on property just sold i for $4,300; first-class, A J. WHITAKER, if. wit.. 4 . Hlfi K st. inh27-3t ! MuKKYTO LOAN DIRECT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 March 1897

1897. The Bu3y Comer, 8th and Mirkat Spica JOHNSTONS, 729 711) St. sr Look Out for the Big Yellow Signs!"521 THE JIORISTING TIMES, SATURDAY. MARCH 27, Q . . OTM.A mB a j-ii3p" iBaB"uFiafaB3aaV'aV,",'!l. WBUKMtKKttKBKBKKKKKS'Z TYk H o t fJt JLJLJL JL Jt Jt Jt JL,. Jt .xjuul. Jt Jt jcxx..x. jc jc Jt i i vw y w X e introduce the new Mock of Chll ilienV. Garment-, and it is neediest to Miy that Jt ih Mineilor to .1113 other a-sortnient in town. AAV could not he stiti-ficd with loss-. It is a collection of the cholee-t products of'all the IvLST maker of jrVIEC YLXk ATTIItU. "o one el-e has the facilities for or attempts to carry ns complete a line as we do, and It's the heM of everything:. 'I he best Suit.-, the best Heerer, the hest Hat-, the be-t Shoe-, the best Shirt Wai-ts, . behT and only Mnfk of lions' and Children's. FuriiKliinas lu town, and eveij thing as low n price a- it is usible for such quali ties to he. Some special values in broken Jots of Suits at DALF PHICi: AND l-IiSS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE TIMES' CIRCULATION YESTERDAY WAS 4 THE WEATHER. llllf. 7 copies dfe- Fair, northerly winds, shifting to east erly; freezing in tlic morning, followed by slowly ribing temperature. iiifflH ijgllil JMLaii!J!iiUlVT:SLlR 31 THTJEE CENTS. WASHINGTON. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 28. 1897--T WE NTT PAGES. :sro. i,io5. foe Si ,zrfj9i?S0i y i jpfiu u umami 1 1 te GRIDIRON M BANQUET Men Who Have Made and Writ ten History Were There. THE PRESIDENT A GUEST All Former Entertainments of. the Famous Gridlroners Were Out done Last Xinht The People Who Are Kesnonsihlu for Uuimlng the Country and Many More 1 resent. Tlie recent "anil remote ancestors of the tatnous Gridironers' Presidential banquets, whose astral bodies weie undoubtedly present last night among the palms, inhal ing the odors of a thousand flowers, the bouquet, of the celebrated French widow, und the aroma of Free Cuba, had ample reason to bigh from their perches that they had not lived m this effervescent gen eration. There may have be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, STTtfDAT, MARCH 28, 1897. "Eiseman" Tailoring UJ-l At Popular Prices. Everjbod' knows what our sort of tailoring is. It's a class all to itself. " If it's to be compared to iny it's the kind that costs iouble at other stores. All other popular-price tailoring- is totally unlike it. It's different right from te start. We cut an individual pat tern for every garment Other tailors use what is called the "block" system 'kke same that is used in cut ting reacly-iiiade clothing. There's more glory than profit in it for us. You can figure it out yourselves. Look at the cloths trim mings and workmanship and you'll say like hundreds of others "don't see how you can do it." And there's no string to the guarantee behind it here it is in plain words if a garment doesn't fit we keep it. Think this over twice $12 and $15 for complete suits made to your measure $4 for trousers. Every garnient cut on the p?-emises and a faultless fit guaranteed. Top Coats. $7.50 starts 'em a reg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MOBNtNG TI3ES, SUNDAY,1 MARCH 28, 1897. 8 ROBERTS COIFESSES ILL Owns Up to Having Stolen Ochil tree's and Lydic's Diamonds. WOMAN CAUSED HIS ARREST He Hart llecome Infatuated "With a Young Lady From Uostoa "While nt WJlInrd's and Followed Iler. She Notified the l'oliee. Who at Oiice Heeognlzed IIIui. -. Charles J. Roberts, the young hotel Clerk, who was arrested In Bostou sev eral days ago, upon suspicion ot liaviug stolen a large tiuaiitlty of jewelry be longing to Col Tom Ochiltree and Mr. riiilip M. Lydle, in this city, about two weeks ago, was yesterday brought back to Washington, in charge of United States Marshal Watts,. . He admits having stolen the geiiis from Col. Ochiltree's rooms, at Chamberlin's, and also the ?100 dia mond horseshoe pin and railroad ticket to Xcw York, from Sir. Lyaic's rooms ut the Shoreham, and is locked up in the First precinct station. Roberts is a handsome young man, about twenty-three years of age, and possessed ot very presentable manners. He ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

4 . . THE MOBNINGr TIJVfcES, SUNDAY, SlABCH 2S, 1897. : j t-ffy&rSfflP '"iffi, .Gllr 1 have a HUle sweetheart. 1 Sg" 3tIi A felfftft lllfl ,she'8 nlwlJ's Ray ami Hue; WfJ1fJj& ? fiMtm, mm Bhli ,,as a Ejmil,ler wcycio, fW m ?MMl! SSI And i ides It down the Avenue. gyfl Hfl She. This is you -ould know her if you'd see her, With her Rambler bright and new; . TJic cable car can't catch bur Riding down the Avenue. One day -vve went a-ridlug, And away from mo she flew; 1 tried but couldn't catch her Riding down the Avenue. You'll have to get a "HAMRLER," Said the saucy girl in blue, IT you want to be my sweetheart Kidlng down the Avenue. Friendship nrst was all we claimed, Hut soon to lovo it grew; fsow we both use RAMBL.CU8 Kidlng down the Avenue. (Our i'oetj a A. li. liEUSMW 1 U9 H fe'BSBELB 6UOB 8325-27 14th Street. 428-38 10th Street, aa n i.? . ssi? n rm wot. mumMmm .n SIX DAYS OITHEIB WHEELS Great Bicycle Race Begins at Con vention Hall Tonight. FAMOUS RIDERS TAKE PART Alber...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MORfllJETQ TIMES, SUNDAY, MAKCH 28, 1897, B. BeMontrevllle. 7. Selbach. - 9. Lush. 1G. Farrell. 18. Norton ISIGIOI'S BALL GLOB Growth of the Team Represent ing the Capital City. A STEADY MARCH FORWARD Difficulties That the Messrs. Wagner Dave Sad to Overcome at a Heavy Outlay of Money und Patience. A Foothold Gained und the Future lb Promising. The season of 1S96 completed tweuty one years of history of the National League, beginning -with Its organization In 1S70 and ending with the pastjear. The League began with a circuit of eight clubs in 1S76; lessened its number to five In 1877, and increased to six in 1878. After that year it had a steady circuit of eight clubs, or from 1S79 to 1891, inclusive. In 1892 the circuit was enlarged to twelve teams, representing the cities of New York, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Bos ton, Baltimore and "Washington in the East, and Chicago, Clevelaud, Cincinnati, Pltteburg, St. Louis and Louisville in the West. It was then that the National League b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

6 TCE MO-KJSnDSTGr TIMES, SUNDAY, MABCH 28, 1897. 3Rmc$ (Moisting, Evnwixc axd scud at) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHIXS BUILDING XCoktjieast coiotb Tenth am T Sts. Telephones Editorial Rooms. 4S1 Iiuslncs? Ofilee, HUO I ri TOPIC orFlCE, '.'0C9 TRACT UCILDIXO frlcc Jlo-nlngor Evening Lditiou. OuoCcut Sui d iy Edition Tlirco Cents ilcutlily, liy Carrier Morning and Sunday.. ..Thirrv-flvo Ccns Evening .. j... .Thirty Cents Uoining. i Eenlngand Fiirrv Cents Sunday, J BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Suuday 50o Horning and Sunday 3Go Evening and Sunday 35o JVVASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, tbelcss enabled to pny political debts or reward personal favorites by reducing or increasing tlje pay and grade of employes already In office, and very often to the detriment of tlie sen-ice and in defiance of equity. Operations lite that will cease with the perfection of the system, and that perfection we confidently expect to see accomplished before the end of the present Administrati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MORISriNa TIMES. SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1897. onMnraMMBBHsBBiMaBaa naBiBBVanmmnanmMnw pmnnnnnBBnaaaBBaBBHaiB nHnnMMMNVMHBMHHHHnJ MMMHIMHnMMMHBBMnMRH HnanMHaBHBMHHIMMmanniHMMI ; v And "OTHING succeeds greater quickness, M success. Saturday ended the most successful week of nineteen years in the Palais Royal's Dress Goods Department. It has given us the courage to make ar rangements with one of New York's leading importers" the results of which promise for next week a success without precedent. f worth of New I v s & oiiKS are to paid by merchants to the importer. Why? Because the importer is willing to dispose of surplus pieces the few pieces of various kinds more than neces sary to fill the various orders received. The distribution to commence Monday, 8 a. m on second floor of the Palais Royal, and continue until the entire lot is disposed of. is. A GONFERERCE HilTH HI President .Discusses Important Political Questions With Him. WHITE HOUSE VISITORS The Content for Public Printer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MOItgqTfrft TIMES, SlfflBAY, MAECH 28, 1S97. 8 R a b Lansburgh & Bro. jg B a B Q 1 EITHER ONE, 89c. i g This Pretty House g S . Wrapper a a ? Is made of a 3 XU Fine Per Fine Per- s iw ec a cale, in all a the new spring Pink, and Brown. Tieht-fit- tmglining to the waist. K re 13 R E E R ra E R H E R K B B E Princess back, full front, with sauare voke and wide 3 erirdle. Mandolin sleeve. b all neatlv finished with a Braid. Good width and f length. Size 32 to 46-so a you see we can fit the g smallest or the most port- h ly woman. a Special price, 89c. a E This Black Satine Skirt, 89c- h E B B B B B E B B IS B B B B B B B B B B KT B B ' Made of fast black Sat is ine, umbrella style, deep b double flounce finished S with rows of shirring, B made on a perfict-fitting g b French yoke with draw 's string. Lengths 40, 4-1 1 and 42. Worths 1,25. B B a a B B E B Special price, 89c Beginning- this Monday, we will have a demonstrator St B HARRISON'S SEXTUPLE EX B TRACT, and during- this ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MOBNIISre TIMES,' SU2STDAY, MABCH 28, 1897. 9 R PROJEGTBD RELIEF PHRK MRP OF THE UNITED 8TKTE8, FIoa Senator Gannon Proposes to Utilize Potomac Bjparlc An Educational and Scientific ObjectLesson 1AH Would Please 11 of Our Visitors. , ich '53 - .r - i L (Dut Country lj in miniature, m From Mr Alex D. Anderson, who lias taken a prominent pait in Uic promotion o Senator Cannrn"fc project for a gigantic relief map of the United States to be con structed on a portion of the newl acquired Totomac Park grounds, The Time-has obtained man intpicstingfacts The project was first irocted at the be pinning of tl,e la6t Congress by Senator Cannon, of Utali, who Intioduccd m the Senatca joint Kfoluticn providing for the appointment of a commission of fn e mem bers "to examine into and to rerort to Congress ujon tlie practicability, nd visabilitv, aud cost of establishing at or near Hie Otv of Washington a ground map of Uie Unite'd States of America, on a scale of one square jard of map surface...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

10 MUNYON'S SUCCESS Doctors', Druggists' and Office Reports Show a WEEK OF GRAND RESULTS 108 Persons Cured of CATARRH. 11" Persons Cured of DYSPEPSIA. COS Persons Cured of RHEUMATISM. 77 Persons Cured of S 65 Persons Cured of KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. 25)3 Persons Cured of GOLDS AND COUGHS, - SCORES OP PATIENTS CORED OF Blood Dls-enses, Fciimle Tr mblef Piles, Neuralgia, Jlcndnche, and Other Ailments. 1TJIY0FS DOCTORS Busy from Morning to Night Giv jnjzTreittmeui to Sufferers on the ELECTRIC MACHINE Catarrhal Diseases, Denfuess, and All Throat and Lun Troubles Positively Cured by the LIFE CHAMBER No flatter "What Your Disease. Mil n you's Skilled Specialists Are at Your Service Free They Will iix nuiine You, Giveun Honest Opinion on Your Case, and Tell Yon What Treatment to Follow Without a Cent charge for Their Attention or Advice. to CATARRH AND BRONCHITIS CURED. Mrs Lewis H. Clarke, temporarily re nding at 045 Q street northwest, ashlng ton J). '.. lut whose liome address if Atlanta, Ua...

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