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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

jZ "! SA r '" lfre.t,'-s'V'vrp3.is:4p. ,. : Pages "0 WASHTNGTOST, SUNDAY MORNINGS, JUNE 27, 3897. "ji" ', II Wht SDmed 'in SOD i b A OUR 4TH OF JULY Shoe Rockets! Q U A L I T This shall be a busy winding- up of the first half of 1897. Such grand Shoe values as we shail offer this week have rarely ever been of fered on seasonable footwear during the height of the season To the backwardness of the sea son is due this accumulation of summer shoes in our three houses. This surplus will rap'dly dwindle down under such pnee reductions as the following: Way Ladies' Bicycle Leggins Reduced. DOC Black, Dnrk and Light tOr II 51 All-wool Featherweight .Brown CnnvaB. Leggins, at.. '" I1 Imported Jersey Leggins, at. 7ic Tweed, Covert Cloth and Cool Net Canvas "X7 C Black, Brown, Dark and Light Gray Leggins, at....- Bicycle Shoes Reduced. Men's and Boys' Canvas Bicycle Shoes, with Splenuid-weuring Soles.. 95C .Men's and Boys' Kangaroo Calf, Cl 'J'7 Oak, or Electric Sole Shoes. ? Men's "Sprocket" ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

, -.: srvrf. THE MOBNING TIM3ES. jgpyDAY, JU3TE 27, 1897. 14 GEN. PHILIP SCHUYLER'S WIFE dolouial Dame Who lb Known as the tGeutlewoiuuri of -the Itt-volutitm. Catharine Schuyler the wife of Gen JUilIip Schuyler, was the gentlewoman of the devolution. All that wealth- cul ture, social position and the education of the lime jcauld .give were hers. The only daughter of John Van Itcnsselaer, the "patron" of Gruenbush, from h-xr earliest years .she had known Uie pos ition of wealth, and the lavish gen erosity and .hospitality winch maTked Jier father's home left their 'impress -upon her Indeed, the father was known .at too liberal a man even to collect ihe 3ust dues from his tenants, and the anti Tent struggles which almost convulsed Tfew ork in later years were Hy jnany traced directly to the lavish bounty of the Van itensselaex Iiome. -iviiich dis iurxed on every side, not alwajs wisely nor too well. But .generous as John Van Jtensselaer -was to those who were de jiuudcnt upon Jiiiu J...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

,. v- -. -S-Vv lf$?'. 3 J THE aiOH STOCK TMEgXIffPAY,, JUE 27, 1897. .5 V The Woman New York, June 2G. To save money is now this golf Girl's aim. She lias found that a costume for each variety of athletio 6portsis too much of a strain on her pocket book, especially when It comes to huving a new one every season Co-operation is her scheme, and she proposes to cora lline at lca-t two of her sporting gowns in one. Thus the goir and the bicycle costume have become interchangeable and it is not at all uncommon to sec the golf girl rldhig iter wheel to the "links" with the caddie following close behind carrying the bticks on a wheel of his own. In this and other ways is illustrated the fact that the bicycle is becoming more and more a means to ward amusement or employment rather than as an end in itself. Folks go on their wheels to play golf or to get to the beach for bathing, and not merely for the bicycle lide, as formerly. Tlicrc are a few frcs and eay bath ing places where bathers rid...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

3&ti&t$r&jrf 16 THE JUOKBUSG TiJfcg&, SUNDAY, JUNE. 27, 1897. mj; " O'-rWffen?? THE CUSTER HASSiGBE New Facts Concerning the Mon tana Tragedy of 1876. CHIEF GALL AND SITTING BULL Custer AVrts Surrounded and Dj. htroycd Because Ho Disobeyed Terry's Orders The Argument! Provlnu This Captain Uenteun the Hero of the Fight. Tills buttle was rought on the Little Big Horn River, Montana, about fifteen miles above its mouth, June 25 and 26, 1870. The locality is about three miles south of prow Agency, and forty-five miles south of tbe Yellowstone River. To have a proper understanding of the battle, a knowledge of the locality is necessary The Little Jiig Horn River flowb nearly north. It is a very tortuoiu ttream, so much so that a party who rafted feoiac logs down it said tliey passed one Louse five times. Flowing by the eastern end of the valley in which the Sioux were camped it runs nearly north until It tlrikeb a lidge which deflect-' it to northwest As It btrikes the ri...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

tftw MOBNTNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1897. IT K&P&ilam & m) Ifirr Zr Columbia A Bad Lot." -Kernau's Wood Sisters' Company. The Columbia has the dramatic field practically to itself this week. The stock company passes into its seventh week of tenancy of trie parlor home of comedy. .And on this occasion the bill will be an other "fir.it time on'auy Mage" of a com edy by a no less notable firm of eoiuedy iri'akers than the Pauitous. In the six weeks already passed the stock company has achieved a record which no other company has duplicated in the same period. They have given the firt production of three new comedies. And in justice to the players it may be said that the degree of finish ou the first night performances is rarely equaled any where Beside giving us three absolutely new comedies, one comedy was practically new, never liaviug been seen here before, and another hud been given for four perform ances only Tomorrow night the piece Is "A Had Lot," which is, presuma...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

tKj--agnpir j 2acin SfMF" ""W 18 THE MORNrSTG TIMJI SUN D A T, JUKE 27, 1897 TIE SUGARJTRUST GASES Judge Bradley's Decisions Critic ally Considered. IHE RIGHTS OF CONGRESS JTo Justification for Hie Conclusion Thut the .Methods of a Legislative Committee In Acquiring Legiti mate Information Must Square With Technical Court lluies. To the Editor ot The Times: Ttie btruetuial weakness of the decisions ot Judge Hradley lu the cai.es resulting frcm tbe sugar trust Investigation ib, first, iu confusing an Investigating committee ot a legislative body with a court oflaw , where all ttie formalities and technicalities of the law must be observed in its piccecdiugb; anj.bccuudly.lu assuming UiaMnabuiuch.u bubsenptions or contrlbutioub to the funds of polltw-ul parties for camiialgu purposes arc notuulawful.ltinust bepiesumed that the contiibiition&or Havemeyerand Searles w ere of a private nature , and all questions concerning these ccutribtitious therefore impertinent, unless it is made...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

y- THS MOBNlSTGr MMES; SUNDAY, JOTTJI 2T, 189T. 1 7!l : - m Tilt S&tpper's Wooim By W. The schooner "Seamew" otlondon, Capt. y Wlbcm, master and owner, had Just fm- lahed loading at Northfleet with cement tor Brlttlesea. "Every inch ot fcpace was packed. Cement exuded from the cracks, Imparted to liairy facta ot lioneEt beatnen a ghastly appearance sadly out or keeping with tlielr characters, and even took its place, dUguisod ab thickening, among the multiple ingredients of a ica-pic that JX Was cooking for dinner. It was not until the decks -were wa-shed ,undtheliUleschooueronci more preventable that the mute gave a thought to his own toilet. It was a fine warm morning in Hay, and some of the cargo had got into his hair and scaled in btreaks on his hot, good-humored face. The hoy had biought aft a wooden iiucket filled with water, and placed upon the hatca by Its tkle a piece of yellow boap and a towel. "Ppou these preparations the mate smiled pleasantly. Throwing, off his thir...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

t;'H"-" ' - ri- " 20 THE MOBNIKG TIMBS, SOTSTDAJUKB 27, 1897 Cs ssS'li, "' oat- -V In iltc pocketnble little Ivory Series comes a new story by Thomas Nelson Page. It is. called "The Old Gentleman or tlie IT.uck Stock," tliough Jt is cot neatly so Ions b Us name. In fact, it lb quite thou, nml can easily Ijc tun through in an liour. nd a pleasant liour you may spend with tills pretty btory. In textiue it ihldllic It lias Hie sweet ness j.nd heartiness of Iluckiuorc and Ik Marvel, aud you feel vouitclf in a reifcct glow of waim love ror ail the dear reople clo In the book. Tliis is, howver, one or t ne endearing charms which Mi. rage's lead ers find in all his writings. So far as the story goes theie Ik not much of it. It 16 the manner and not the niattei thatis so del 'eiously attractive. The old gen tleman, whose black Mock is h's salient mark or identircat'on, is a icelusc in n great old-fashioned house in a great old-fasUioned yard. He doe, however, make friends of the young man w...

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

j. - - -j - sf-'-tJS&v t: SC Jf3rc;-' y r WEATHER PROBABILITIES. The circulation of. The Sunday Times was 23,874 Copies. Dally average Inst week, 40,526 Copies. title. For the .District of Columbia, fair, In creasing cloudiness Monday afternoon; probably .showers Tuesday; variable winds", becoming easterly. iMO. 1,106. WASHINGTON, MONDAY- MOipsTINGr, JUNE 28, 1897 EiGrHT PAGES. ONE GENT. CI)c M r THE L1EJ1WS CAUSE Senator Daniel's Eloquent Ap peal for Cuban Freedom. HE HITS CONSERVATISM The Speaker Not n Jingo, Hut If War Is the Only Hemedy, Let It Come Dr. Wynne Relates Ills Ex perleuees in Cuban Hospitals. Col. Hinton's Address. The cause of Cuba received another for ward movement at the mass meeting held yesteulay afternoon atColumbia Theater under the auspices, of the National Women'b Cuban League, of which Mrs. Claia Helle Brown ispresident. SenatorDanielot Vir ginia presided. The feature of the meeting wab an ad dress by Senator Daniel, which was re ceived with eulhuhiasm ...

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

'-,' -'-'' '- a i"V " .- 'St" - THE MOBSniTG TIMES, 31 OK DAT, JTTETE 28, 189T. s REfi !I0NUMEKT DEDICATED A Rotable Tribute to the De parted Labor Leader. CRAFTSMEN HONOR THE DEAD Exercises at Congressional Ceme tery Attended, by Delegations From the Various Local Organiza tions. Friends Pay "Warm Trib utes to the Deceased. 'flic monument erected to the memory or the late E. J- Ilea, a member of ttic Eccentric Association of Steam -Engineers, and his wue, was dedicated yes terday afternoon -with appropriate cere monies at Congressional Cemetery in the presence of a vast gathering of tlie mem bers of organized labor in the District. The testimonial is a beautiful broken shaft or granite in the rough, typical of the rugged and shortened life or the de ceased. The shaft "was designed by Mr. A M. Lawson, a brother member of the Eccentric Engineers, and is a testimonial contributed by tlie members of all the or ganizations affiliated -with District As sembly No. 66, Knights of Labor, th...

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

' 5&sP$m? '- "Jf. -.-1C' & lfls-lW:fl"-" T&&S&-ZB?. THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 28; 3 897. 3 ? II ROYAL MODEL OF PURITY Rer. Dr. Johnston's Sermon of Praise for Queen Victoria. THE SOVEREIGNTY OF VIRTUE The Presldeut VTulks to Church and Heurs England's Loved Queen Lauded Sermons by the Pastor nnd Bishop Durst A Good ,3Ion ufch and a Better "Woman. President McKinlcy took advantago of the beauty and the coolness of the day to walk to and from church yesterday morn ing. It was an innovation with him since he has been President, for although it was exnected that he "would always walk in fine "weather, yesterday was his flrot attempt. Mr. McKinlcy went down the .Avenue with a long, swinging, business-like stride, full of health and vigor, and good for four miles an hour. Ills fellow churchgoers on the street and in the cars watched his progress with interest. How ever, his walk made him a few minutes late. He reached the church as the opening prayer was half thr...

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

- ssr''v515" ,w - w j- - - 2s iftf1 i4 THE MQ31NJy& TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE -28, 1897. f. fs, -i"irygri:-jmz: W ftsht tHimtfS OHOSSVJG, EV2HHTS AffD SOTiDAT.l Br IHE W1SHIK&T0N TIMES C0HP1HY, illLSOH EUTCHI53, President HUTCHINS BUILDING. rw Tori Office: 2033 Trict Ealldinp. subscription sates. .Mcrciuc. Evening and Sunday.. Tirty Cents 2Jcrr.iigrml Sunday Thirty-flvo Cents Xveruiscud Sunday Thirty-fire Cents BTfAHi. One Year. SIornlng.Evenuigaud Sunday, $W never was n better time to raise oue than right dot' Six Months " " ' " 3 00 31ii cc Months " " " " j.To One Year. Morning nml Sunday 4.00 Six Mouths " " - r.S5 3 tree Month? ' " 3.23 One Ycir, Evening and Sunday .... i.ms Six Months " h2j Three Months " J.2 Sunday only, one year..... -. J.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied bysub fcripticu price Ti.ranoxKS: Edit0rl.1I HoDros. i&-, UuU t eEE Office. IHO. Circulation Statement. 27.r circulation of The Trains for the Kcci ended Saturday, June 20, 1S97, icas as foUoics: un...

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

.- r- && S "3 C;S'"' -&$. 5i$v , t J NSr-ws's1 : v THE iMOBJSTSTG TIMES, HOBDAY, JUKIS 28, 1897 s V" lansfcurgh & Bro. THEYWEItE ALL SATISFIED. A good many people started out early to buy a dress or two of those. 37 l-2c. FINE FRENCH ORGANDIES that are selling at 15c a yard. Today the remaining lot go on sale. You had better buy these while you can. Just think, they don't cost you half of the original price. 21c. For Opera Bag Tops worth from $1 to $1,50. These are beautiful It ought to stimulate your coming to secure a bar gain so rare. 6c. For Sterling Silver Belt Pins. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. o .. && .-. v.o What Do you 1I1K This? WouM'nt you prefer to ride a Bicycle that lb guaranteed aj;ait aUmauuerofacttqeni rather than xeach in yoar pocket every Urns a. tire is punctured or sometning gets out of order? Our Bicycles, Saddles and Tires are Kept in Repair one Year Free! Wc do not require a large "first payment." as is customary "with other dealers,, no...

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

r&v'rirg t,s; - 5f v fi fl V b - THE MOKOTGr TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1897. rt'i j'Z-r yARST-R, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7lb St. The $10 Spring Suits at $6.25 are going like hot cakes. You had better call for yours today or you're likely to be disappointed. Just like buying $10 bills for 6.2.5 Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Tth St. A wheel to rent any time you are looking for one. GEO. L. HALEY. John P. Murphy, 3Jgr. 003 E St. . TV. Music and Dancin" Every night amidst cool breezes at Suitland Park. jc2G-tX ATLANTIC bUM-MKlt GAKBKS. Continuo is pjrforiaance from S to 12 every night. Good talent. Free. "L. & R." ROUTE. crash suits. $2.75. GOGL SHADE at the Ram's Horn Inn. Delightful drinks.; excellent men!.-,. Past Brook land. BRING THE LADIES to the free Cran 2Teuttt atSehueJder's JCnvy Yard 15 chutige every night. ilLhle. RDfinT'Q CLXKItRATEU HAT, I DK.VSLS1 J 410 11th st 11 lr. jol7-'m KEUOViis WAU1S, ItlKTIIMAKICS. 127 tt.42d M. N. Y. FINANCIAL. Wealth ...

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

. -5Mp?HE5r5-$:-.- "srg" THE aiOKjmSQ HM3S8, MONDAY, 3TT2TE 28, 1807. ' .T 7" MONEY WANTKD AND TO LOA.V. H. K. FULTON'S loanofflce. 1218 Pa. are. mv., money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. nplG-6in LOANS MADE ON APPRO VED COLLAT erat, such as lire policies, stocks, Louds, buildliig association shates, syndicate cer tificates, etc No delay YERKES & BAKER, 1110 F st. Take elevator. tf LviA-NS iiADK ON etjltSVVtSHU, HORSES, KfC. Loans made on Furniture, Pianos. Horses, Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest pos.Mr.lu time. Stnctiy confidential, l'lcase call bufoiu securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., G10 F ttieetuoithwcst. MONEY. To LOAN $1,000 upward, at o and b 1-2 per cent, uu 1). C. leal estate; $250, Solid, etc, at 0 per cent; all tnuisicuoi conducted witu economical conndeiation for borrowers. W1L1AMH.SAUND.RS Sc CO., aplO-tf 1-107 F at. nw MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and o per cent; tecuiity, real estate in Uistilct vt Co lumbia, uo dela...

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

S-o, WWTSTBja Jgr?- 5S-f 55'"?' "-"w- V" "VBJf "w"n 8 THE MOJUBTINGK TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 28 389T. i?-'&& -ir ?"" THE ROGERS & CO. Stock of Men's and Boys' Suitsj now selling at SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, is a chance for you to secure strictly HIGH CLASS, RELIABLE clothing- at a mere fraction of its real worth. Gar ments made by REPUTABLE 'MAKERS and fully GUARANTEED BY US. Here's howthe prices run: ' lUureri &, Co.Vt !?7.r0 Suits for $4.50 Holers & Co.Vi 8.50 Suits for $5.10 '" -. - . ' lingers & Co.s $10.00 Suits for 0.00 Hubert & Co.'r, 12.50 Suits for 7.50 Riijjits & Co. 13.50 Suits for 8.10 ; Holers & Co.'s 15.00 Suits for 0.00 ' linger & Co.'s 10.50 Suits for 9.90 lingers & Co. 18 Suits for 10.80 Holers & Co.'s 20 Suits for 13 Plenty of Blue and Black Serges and. Cheviots and the newest checks, plaids and Scotch, effects in Tweeds, Cassimeres and Homespuns. T . All proper summer wearables for men and boys are HERE in newest styles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 June 1897

.-'- -rf- Sfj iVft rfsrjpihfl-ro -v- -. -a"- "S TH&jir&!r &-' -it j yn : ir-prs"" -y-r?-.5qKScsf-W;"'-f- WEATHER PROBABILITIES. . ' 3?or the District of Columbia, Maryland and "Virginia, threatening weather and probably light showers Tuesday afteruopii; "warmer; south to southeast winds", v The Circulation of THE TIMS Teaterday ej -COPIES. WASniSTGrTON, TUESDAY MORKINa, JJU.STE 29, 1897 ElGrHT PAGrES 2FO. l,li7. OXJE CEjST. TOE hurry up the annexation scheme, but that Instead or the expected result Japan has filed a writing protect against annexation. Capt. Paitnrr believes that Japan does not want theislunds, audit she d'd, the same obstacles growing out of the English French agreement of 1843 and the Amer-iro-Iiuwnl an treaty of 1875 would stand in the way. He believes in a final settle ment, as lie outlined It, w.th free ports in Hawaii for the world. L THE RETURN OP THE PRODIGAL. PLATT BACKS 11 DEMOCRAT A Singular Story About an In ternational Concert. Got $10,000 an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 June 1897

'V 2 THE jtfOBtfltfGr, TIMr. TUESDAY. JUN'E4 29, 1897. $?!., A-S5f' JpiSERlieiQISDI Miss Vandorrere, However, Is A'.Ijiidged, Insane by' a Jnry. A PECULIAR CASE IN COURT Yotingr "Woman Opinm Victim Ac quitted of. Responsibility for Stenl iujr Jewels Says 31 r. Merteiii' '. Sou Is IJer Clilld The Boy'd Father Refuses' to Talk. Most; drama tx was the tccne lu crim inal court Ko. 2 jcaieiday afternoon during Hie trial of Kale Vandeveio, a comely look ing, well-dressed young woman, charged with breaking into the house of .Freder ick Mertcmr, 1111 Sixth street northwest, on May 20 last, when James- Brown, one dt the witnesses for the Government, tes tified that he caught the prisoner as she was escaping noni'thc house, but allowed her to go upon her statement that she was the mother or Frederick Merterw, who lives in the- howses. Not the least sen?ational feature of the case lay m. tfc: fact that It was .tie alaran gvmi by thelad, who has allaJoirg pasxjd, a Mr. Wcrtens' sou, which. Jed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 June 1897

;f"8 'ej; j"Sif?- 'J5pr''r'&1F:,ir$'ir3 $ "" -'S'-V' TM g- -i ir -P5T "JS THE MOKNTNG TJLMKS, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1897. S HIDE SCHEDULE ADOPTED Mr. Smith Charges that It Will Fatten "the BeefTrusf. MONOPOLIES IN THE SADDLE Senator Allen Declares "that the Country Is Hotten with the Work of n Hundred Trusts" Could He Proceeded Against "Under the Couimou Luw. The significant tiling ccne tn the cn nte yesterday was the agreement on a yea and nay -vote to the piojos'.tion of the Fi nance Committee that the si eclfic duty on hides be 20 percent ad valoiem, inbtead of 1 l-2centsperpound. riiemannerinwhlcu the East yielded to the "West in this conten tion lin8 all fa dy been explained Id "V olumes. The amendment was agiecd to by a "cte or 39 to 20, the vote in detail being: Yeas Messrs, Allen, Allison, Baker, Burrows, Butler, Carter, Cliaudler, lark, Cullouit. Davis, Beboe, Elkins, Fairbanks, Foraker, Frye, Gear, Banna, Bawley, Heit leld, lloai, Jones or Nevadu, Lodge, itau Ue, Nelson, r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 June 1897

THE? MOUJNUNGfc T.JWELm'ESD'A.Yl J5UXE. 29 1SJ97. i tj chc ffhncjg j oMKKntG, ETEKnre-AinrsujrDAT.i 1HE1FASHIHGT0N TIMES COMPANY, fiULSOlfHUTCHISS, Frejlaent.. ETJTCHINS BUILDING. tewe York Office! 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION. -SAIEa. UoXTtrrsv 3iY'Caeier!. WeraJnir,JKrcD!nmvniL8nmlay..nft3rCcnt UirciDgand Sunday.. Thirty-fire Cents tvering-aml Sunday Thlrtr-fite Cents EY.MAXL-, Onr YarMorning,ErenInganil Sunday-n.3 Eix .Months " " " " 3 00 IhiCeMonths " "" 1.75 OntvYrar-Mornlng;and Sunday.......... 4,00 Six Months " " " 3 tree Mouths " " "r Ccc.Ytar, Evening and Sunday;......, EixAIontbs "" " " !hreMontl'-" , ?.-25 1.23 .U0 2.23 12 fcnndayoniy, onoyear .O0 Orders byjruall inustbo-acconrpanled bysnb Jcription price. TEr.Erno-xs: -Editorial Rooms,' 4S5r Bttsl- jcesO.Hce. J6'0 Circulation' Statements Tie circulation o,Tiivl Trains for the ireel ended ixiturddyr June -2G, 1897T was as c'.oir-. Zvnc'ai , June 20 24,310 JL'ojic'aV, June 21 30,520 Ticicay, 7ime22 40.90G Wednesday, J...

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