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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

he IE tme vol. in. izo. i;o90 WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1897 EIGHT PAGE3 ONE CENT ItourBMiii ' i-'y''mtivf&-tl GREEGE NAMES HER TERMS The Solution She Offers for the Existing Difficulty. REFUGEES ANXIOUS TO LEAVE Cretans. Disponed to Accept Auton omy A Statement From King George Debate In the Commons. No Uiteh Among the Powers. Greece Thanlts United States. London, March 11. The Alliens corro Epondent of tlie Times telegraphed that he has ohtained from the highebt authority the outlines of the scheme which Greece Is willing to accept pending a final solu lion of the Cretan question. The Tirst part of the bcbemc is that the Tuikisb troops be Immediately -withdrawn from the Island: second, that the restora tion of order he intrusted to pait of the European fleet. Co-operating with the Greek army, which will act under a com mander of the Joint forces junior of Col. Vnssos; third, that the insurgents submit to the iwwers: fourth, that after three months a plebiscite be held to d...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

1 1 THE MORNINGS TIMES, ITIIDAT, MARCH 12, 1897 Dverybody knows what "JSisenian" tailoring- is. There's none better at anyprice. Some recent heavy cloth purchases enable us to saj $12 and $15 for stylish spring suits made to your measure. Handsome plaids plain blues and blacks all the newest thing's. Eisernan Bros., Corner 7th and E Streets N. V. So Ttmnrli Sloro In "VVitslmizton. WOES OF ATICKBT BROKER Jacob 'Spliedt Invokes the Law Asaiust.a Flauntiiiir Curtain. It Bangs Over the National Hotel Entrance, and He Says It Hurts His Busiuess. A curtain of rich damask design, tliat sas flaunted in the draught on the west lidc ol the National Hotel entrance since November 10 last, is the cause of an in junction suit that "was begun yesterday irternoou against Mr. On en G. Staples, proprietor of the hotel. Behind the handsome hit of "woven .stuff " a glass door, on which the name of Jacob Spliedt is painted. There is a small room behind this door, and here Mr. Spliedt conducts a ticket b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

THE MOBXINGT TIMES, FRIDAY. MATICR 12, 1897 11 DM WITH DIPLQITS Secretary Sherman Confers Willi the Foreign Representatives. NEWS OF THE DEPARTMENTS Three Thon-siii'd Applicants for I'o-sitioiis Under tbe Seeietar.i of War Colli-, P. Huntington Calls on the Secretin le and Incidental ly Look-. After His Kailioads. Pccretaiy Sherman was engaged dur ing n large part of 3 esterday with tlie diplomats. It was their daj, and he was closeted with one and another of the foreign lcprescntatives, to the exclusion of numerous callejs. The Secretary alto gae audiences to Senators Bacon, I'roctor, Ilawlcj, Elkins, Mew art. Hale, Frje, Davis, Spooncr, Saw jer, Moi rill, and Piatt. Hon H.K.Wood, the Iatclj-apiioiiiied Senator fiom Ken tucky, was also in to paj his respect Ex-Lieutenant Gov W. C. Ljon, of Newark, Ohio, called on the Socrctarj In the forenoon He is au applicant for apiwmtment as minister to the Republic or Colombia, to succeed the present in cumbent, Hon L. I" McKuincy. The Ke'iiai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

-TELE MORNING TIMES, FRIDAY, MAHGH 12, 1897 b &ru tESSSWrUllW IHOKMJG, VJESIS0 A2D M7r:i)A-) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. IIOTCHIXS UTTILDIXG XCOBTHEAST Com.EE TLXTH AIi'D I STS. lelcpboncs Editotial Booms, ASH Business Ofiicc, 1W0 MTV 10HK OFFICE, i(W T11ACT nUII-IUNO Trice J o uhig or JSvenii c LUition, One Cent Sundaj Edition Three Ccuta HoiilliH, by Carrier Morning snd Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening U lurry Cents Morning. 1 Eveningaud I Fifty Cem3 fcuiidaj, J BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday 50c Horning and Sunday 30o EveuiUR and Sundaj 35o WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 12 Cloture in the Senate. Propositions emanating from the ven erable but still fertile brain of Senator Hoar of Massachusetts are entitled to dose scrutiny, where they are not sub Jcct to suspicion. It may be true, how ever, as a reside of scieLtific advance ment and the labors of the late Secre tary of Agnculture, that Ops sometimes grow on thistles; and hence we are evca prepaicd to grant th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

THE HORNING- TIMES. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1897 5 Qm '.'' m' '"' 9 f Lansburgh & B o This New Spring Style Wrapper $1.48. This stylish wrapper is ma Jo of .ho bObt quality p rcalo in navy bluo PorslP.n designs, also stripes and figures; tight- 11 ting lining to tbo waist; Princess bact; full front, with plaiting-, forming pointed yoke front and back; wide Em pire girdle; tbe latest style sleeve; turn-over collar; extra widtb skirt; full length, with deep bem; all sizes. I 420, 422,424, 426 7'n t. j Ii!ZsiiZiZiMZi zmyMimiMXaZa'. sawvso..0 tfl fcS a w ts if & 61 2 Li (3 et a 8 a 8 8 8 8 8 To us -but tlmt doesn't debar you rrom buvmg furniture anil carpets here on cosy wecklv or muuUily pivments wituout notes aud v.ith out interest. (.9 -And you'll find that our credit y prices aie lower than jou can buy c eisew here -Tor cash. If you doubt J$ it we rcrr you to our prices, they J$ are nid.rk.vd m plain figures "We Jj make, la-v, and line all carpet free rt no charge for waste m matc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

6 THE MORNTjSTG TIME?,, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1897 rf A WIZARD'S PETS. Amusing Stories of the Private Menagerie of Herr Mann, the Magician. Perhaps in no way was. the great anij onlv Ileum inn more trulj the wizanl than in his absolute power over everj kind of animal He w.ib neer known to nppio.ich one that did not instantlj lec ogufre ard loje him ah a fiicnd; and &o devoted was lie to "pets" tli.it lie never traveled without a leUnue or doss birds, monkeys, etc. Mih. Heirmanu was not a whit behind the great magician in her fondness for and power over animals, and if there v, as loom in their puvatc car lor General, Sandow and Lola (Mr. Jlenmann'h Danisli hound, munkej and inaiaw) it was onlv upon condition that the jenidincd uio n good terms with Fidget, a black and tan; Chappie, allock ing bud, and Ii.il tie, a parroquct, the tla' especial pelb of Mr Heir'nnnn. It is not to lie wotulereil at, therefore, that the magnificent Herrmann minor m IVhi'estone, L. I., with its broud acre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

THE MOKNTNG TIMES, FRIDAY, MAUCH 12, 1897 MOyKX WANTED AND TOLOAy. LOAN'S MADE OX FI'llS'lTl'IUC. HORSES. Klf. Loans made onFurniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly cotiiidential. Please call before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MOBTGAGE LOA CO., 010 F street northwest. "WANTED To loan; $7,000, first trust; two loans, norm west properly. Address, -with full description, BOX "35, tliia of fice. No agents. xuhll-3t WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS Wl.o desire Tram $00 to $10,000 cacti on stocks, bonds, trusts, loan association certificates, warehouse receipts and lire or touttue policies in olU-llue companies, no delay; mi chattel mortgnces taken. YERKES & BAKER. 4Q to 40 Metentt Hlilu.. UUi F st. nw rfOSEY TO LOAN. Large sums at 5 and 5 12 per cent on D. O. Teal .-slate; $250. $500. J;., etc., utGiertcr.t;alltraiisactiouscmdiictedwita economical consideration for borrowers WM. li. SAUNDERS &. CO., nu-ii l-lii" F hU n w. urxj ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 March 1897

8 THE MORNING- T13QIS, IFBIDAT, MAKCH 12, 3897 We have Just seventy-five Men's Sack Suits odds and 'ends one or two only of a lot. Have been 10, $12.50 and $15. Choice of them now for Also, at same price, some Coats and Vests from $12-50, 15 and $20 suits. All mixed color "Winter Suits and Winter Overcoats ONE HALF PRICE. Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Shoes, i2th and F Sts, JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St. TAKE Arbuckle's, Levering's Coffees, our special reduction Kale or -Ariiuckles unit Leverin'a Package Corrccs today will he at 11 1-2 cenu, tiie loweht price ivc tmvc ever sold it. See our window dis play or Levering s Coffee pre miums. Eggs Reduced o Fresh, Near-hy EgRS, every one guaranteed, at 11 l-:i cents to uay. .Now is tlie lime to buy Lggs. Large, sound and very rreMi. Lvery purchaser of 3 pounds of UU-cenl Java and Mocha 1'iiffce, or one jx una or 5U-cent Tea is en title 1 to 5 pounds or host Granu late! Sugar, wortli -3 cents, free Willi Hie purcbafce. 1 40c Sugar Bowls MB Purchaser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

tttte. t M vol. m. nro. 1,091 WAsmisr&TOiir, Saturday morning, march 13. isot-elgmit PAass OjSTE gent ETJW5 RESUME HGHTIIG The Turkish Fort at Spiualonga Attacked by Tliem. ANOTHER NOTE TO GREECE The Powers Considering the Ad visability of Gi-vinij Greece Final Notice o Their Intention to Re port to Coercive MentMire-- to En force Their Demand. Caaea, March 12 It is reported here that the Turklbli fort, at Spin donga, is being attacked bj the Insurgents The Moblenib are baid to "he making a gallant rcbibtano3 It is also reported that several en counters between Mosleuib and Chribtiaub have taken place in Ai chains A FRESH -NOIE IO GREECE. 10 He Given Police of Intended Coercl-v e Menu ret-. London, March 10 It is asserted here 011 cxce'lcnt authontj tint the powers are exchanging mue in leeard to pre- beiltill, i i irslKHitC EoCtIcCCO lU:UtHOtCe of their intention to rcGort to coercive measures to enforce thUr demands if Greece does not eomplj as once, and also to maintain a blo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

THE JtfOHNTKGr TIMES, SATURDAY, MATJCH 13, 1897 We're famous as liigh class tailors. $25 was our cheapest suit up to this season. But lots of 3ou men want 'em cheaper and this sea sou Ave are showing a hand some line of spring suits made to 3rour measure for $12 and $15. You know the high stand ard of our work we haven't lowered that, though we have, the prices. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and E Streets N. W. Xn Ilmm-li Stor lit YV;iIiltii;ton. NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA Amount Paid by th& CHy for Crim inal Expenses. Mrs. Amm 3Iiirbiirv Dead Gaines to Be Played by tho Young Mei-'s Sodality Lyceum. Alexandria, March 12. Tlie will of the late Charlotte V. Da-vis was admitted to ' probate In the corporation court today, and Mr. Gardner L. Boothe qualified as executor- Afterafcw minor bequests, the estate, valued at $10,000, is left to Mrs. Mary G. Powell, in trust for the Benefit of the bister of the deceased. Miss Eliza K. Davis. At the death of Miss Davis the estate Is to he divided equa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

THE, MOBBING TIMES, SATURDAY. MARCH 13, 1S97 8 CAUCUSES SET FOR TODAY Republicans Will Renominate the Present House Officers. SPEECH FROM REED EXPECTED Chief Interest Centers in the Con tent for the Leadership of the Democrats McMillin and Hndey Lend If Richardson "Withdraw JIcMillin Will Probably AViu. The caucuses of tlic several paities pre liuunaiy to tlic oiganization of tlie Uoue will be held this afternoon and evening. Tlie Dcniooratlo caucus meets at U o'clock In the hall of the House and the republican cancusoon-venes there in the evening. Tlie ciilef interest cenleis in the liciuocratic caucus Tlie work of the Republicans will le puiclj- perlunctorj , at. all tlie of ricirs v.-ill be ii,onunaled Tlieie prom ised to be a brisk lighton Scigeant-at-Arms Uut-scll, but he has succeeded in subduing the antagonism, and the "lole hi ate will gotlnough easily. There might have been a contest on the FG-tmasler, but the gentle inan is rroni tlie magic State of Ohio, and J'p is entire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

THE' MOENINGr TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, JS97 uM.VYa . Mb ie &sskMimts li. ci'SiK., Lvk.mig ami rr.A) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS UUTI..DING KORTIIKAST COBS.EU lETH AZiD D STS. Telephones Editorial Itnoms, 'SO l'uslncas Oflice. IWO MTW TOrK orFlCE, 1009 TKACT MTH.DIVO rilct J o nliigorEvcmig l-dition. One Cent Funds Edition Three Cents McJitlilj, l Carrier Morning end Sunday Thlrty-flvo Cents Evening - "Ihirty Cents Horning. ) Evcmngaud Tifty Ce:jts Bun da j. ) LY MAIL POSTAGE PKEPAID Morning Evening and Sunday DOo Morning and Sunday 3Go Ercnlncand Sunday 3Do WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, MAttCH 13 The Meaning of Democracy. It is a nut uncommon thing to bear the new Admit lMralion Fpoki n of as a great hucccs, and by Administration is usually meant Mr. McKiiilcy hnuself. It 6eems to be for the reason that he is approaching the heavy t.iMs of his great office with suffi cientscnoesne,s; but chiefly, perhaps, that his sjmpjlhies are democratic. If one looks a little deeply into t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1897 Lansburgh & Bro. a THIS SKIRT ONLY $1.48. & vymt s&eKi" a. JC:77fZ3RS' SrrfdS-', S-T r -fr szr rFift& 1w2J22I7S7 Vs 2 This elop.ant Underskirt is a made of flno French, black sat 4 ine, full umbrella style, with deep double flounce nnisueu with three rows of shirring and & flno cording-, perfect fittinff, 0 pored at the top, on a French (b yoke, with draw-strings, length3 4 SB, 40 and 42 inches. Skirt Department 2d floor. 1 s8i 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. . u '& iEssa eaasssas ssaaGBSssa L an v S To us-but that doesn't debar you rrom buying furniture and carpets ner" -on easy wecKi.v or tuouihly paTnients without notes and with out interest. 1 P ffl And you'll find that our credit prices arc lower than you can buy 7.1,- ..,-,. -frtr fwicn If Yfin tlOUIlt lt-we rerer you to our prices, thej J are raatked m plain figures. We 45 n.oL-. Inv anil lm :ill rjirnet flee il no ctiarge Tor waste in matching figures. Matting Oi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

TELE MORNINGS TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1897 THE LIMIT REACHED Ihe $3 Rate Closes With the End of March, Doctor McCoy Gives Due and Sufficient Notice Ac cording to His Agreement. Here Will Be Positively No Exten sion or Continuance Be yond That Dale. In giving the $3 rate Doctor Mc Coy reserved to biuiiol the riant to vitl:Inrv it to new patients ut any time by giving due notice In the public prints. Doctor McCoy linK that tlie time ha, come to ex erciKC that right, the number of jiatientN now growing so large a to very swiu exceed the possibility of jcrxinnl cuic und attention. He therefore announces that It will bo Impossible to continue the rute after April 1, except to those patients al ready under regular treatment, who. are, of course, entitltd to it until cured. Until April 1 nil patients applying for treatment or renewing treatment will be treated until cured ut the rate of 3 a month. There will be, however, no further extension of the rate, and it will not be given again i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

THE MQTtNINGr TIMES, SATITllBAYJ JSIARCH 13 1897 JIOXKY WA2CTKr AND TO LOAN. loans madb on fuhnttrrk. houses, btc Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wilsons, etc., at lowest ratis and quickest Ioi!He time- Strictlv confidential. Please call before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 010 F street northwest. WANTED To loan; S7.000, first truBt; two loans, north west property. Address, jwlth lull description, BOX 235, this ct noe. No agents. mhl l-3t WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS Who desire rrom $50 to $10,000 enen on flocks, bonds, trusts, loan association ceiUficatcs, warehouse receipts and me or toniine policies in old-Hue companies; no deity; no chattel mortgages taken. YERKE3 & BAKER, 40 to -10 Met xerott Bids.. Ulu F st. nw MONEY TO LOAN. I.r?- Kimis t I, mill 1-2 per mal on run CTf.fl D. C. real rstatc; ?250. ;fG00, 5750. etc.. atOpMrtA-i.tjalltranfenctionscoadiictedwita ecouomicnl consideration for borrower WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO., n-a i-)ii7 F st aw. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 March 1897

8 mnSm 1-7 vw) I 5L2ditew y'h , E 8:) ipS 4 8 X3&&&S3d59 i&if3$&sa-a& BSgy&iF THE MOTJNINGr TIMES SATURDAY, 1VIAECH 13, 3 897 The Busy Corner 8:h and Mirkat Spico ON THE DOLLAR FOR TJ1K WILSON & DAVJS STOCK OF SUIT5 AND OVERCOATS. These Prices for Saturday Only. JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St, LEVERINGSGOFFEE S.Kano.Seos Open Till 9 P. M. Tonight. &Oo. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. Just a few mora left of those gma!! lots of both Heavy and Lightweight Suits that were S3.50. S4-, S4.50, S5 and S6 for S1 .00 and 1 .50. Others that were S6, S7. $7.50, $S, 9 and $10 (both two and three-pieca suits) are now $2.00 to $5.00. - All Winter-weight Overcoats and Reefers, all Separate Trousers, and small lots of Shirtwaists at HALF PRICE. They are worth every penny of the original prices, but we are going to open the spring season with an entire new stock, and these must be sold regardless of value or costs. New Spring Top Coats Now Ready. obinson 81 82th and F Sts. 133 333333...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

he IK IH .I -h? v J!!2 I ime. vW WctlI .irBlil. MW,..itbiHi;utKmRra ISO. 1,092 II 01 FRONTIER Three Tlionsai Twtisli Troops Blum Up. WERE CB0SSIN& A BEID&E The Soldiers Were on Their Way to the Grecian Frontier. CAUGHT LIKE RATS IN A TRAP Many Lives Lost The Explosion Supposed to Have Ileen tlie Work of Macedonians I-JLthi He ween Macedonian Insurgents and Turks Also Reported A lilockade of the Coast of Greece and Crete Said to Have Been Ordered by Russia, Germany, and Austria. London, March 13. A dispatch from Constantinople states tliat fighting has occurred near Gravena between a number of Macedonian insurgents and a body of Turkish troops. Details of the fight are lacking. TUHK1SK TROOPS BLOWS UP. Were on Their Way to the Turkish March 13. A dispatch from La rissa, in Thessaly, says that a railway bridge over the river Varduarl, near Salon lca, Turkey, was blown up with dynimite while a train with 3,000 Turkish troops on hoard was crossing it. A large portion of the brid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MOITSnUSrq yS, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 189? POPULAR PRICED TAILORING. We're catering- to the .masses. Too many men want $12 and S15 suits made to order -for us not to make them. "We've gone into this thing right. Went straight to the mills with our-ever welcome reacty cash told them what we wanted and the immense quantities we could use. And they've carried out our ideas to a "T" special cloth weavings special kinds of trimmings every thing is here to give you per fectly tailored suits made-to-your-measure for $12 and $15. Handsome brown and tan plaids plain blues and blacks all the most desira ble sorts are here in this $12 and $15 made-to-measure grade. It' s creating a sensation "Iiisenlan', tailoring at popular prices is an irresist ible attraction. This is a good "time to leave your order come to morrow. $3-HATS-F0R-$2. The best spring shapes are here in our famous $2 grade. $3 hats in every way but price $2 because we're ad vertising our new hat de partment through you. You can ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

,f f t THE MOBNTNG TIMES, SU3TDA.Y, MARCH 14, 1897 8 ir " - PUGILISTS 1RHIG HO LTHI FXPERIENCE HELD UP THE GAS Dill! THEIR IRK iff S Infighting and Hitting on MIiS Breakaway Being Practiced. STAKE MONEY DEPOSITED Corbett Their Backers UnaWc to Place Money Except at Heavy Odds Al Smith Says It "Will IJe a Buttle Royal Amphitheater Completed. The Worst Thing That Possibly Happen. Could GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION By One Who Has Been Through It. We Believe It to Be Unequaled" in Truthful Annals of Facts. Unsuccessful Attempt of Two Men to Rob- James Jacobs. LURED TO A LONELY PLACE Carson, 2s'ev., March 13. The final work en thearena where CorbettondFitzslmmons -will meet on St. Patrick's Day, was con cluded this alteruoon, when Hie reserved Ecats were numbered. The kiueio-soope was put in place at the ringside, and the arrangements whereby the big mill can be reviewed at leisure by thousands, is all completed, and only requires line weather to make the picture a success. The sun had almost the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MOHimre TIMES, SUNDAY. MARCH 4, 1897 :: . " Bicvcle The Busiest Furniture House in the District. We are always busy here. Our prices make business. Visit every furniture house in "Washing-Ion in turn and then come here. You'll see the same goods marked at about 40 per cent less than the credit houses charge. There's a wonderful chance to save money here on everything- you need in 3our house. AT :::: :::: :::;: :::: Cash onlj. ami iho narrowest margin of profit. : ' j Exhibition Robinson & Chery Cosr i2th & F Streets. M Our annual exhibition of the l97lModels of all the best makes of Bicycles will open tomorrow and continue every day this week from 3 to 10 o'clock P. M., during which hours we cordially invite all riders and others in terested in cycling to call and inspect the new features in cycle construction. All the latest improvements in frames, pedals, crank-hangers, etc. All the novelties In Tires, Saddles, Lamps, Bells, etc. In therevening there will be music, JTR...

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