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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE aiOllNING TIMES, SUTD-A: MARCH 14, 3 897 5 POTOMAC PARK A.S IX WILL, BE WHEN COMPLETED "hi I 4 BIRDS-EYE: VIEW n potonac PARK AREAS OF PUBLIC 'PARKS MPoSmtP?K,n,c h BOTANICAL. GARDENS ACF SrSory SOimRPROUhD5 1 LAFAYETTE PHRK 6 TKCmRY SQURRE. ; a. TOTAL COMTINUOllS ARFA tStrLC T5RO.E.WS aflPmNni inATcrv DAnue.i i nn ODNnS .S-A -luniuu ' "nrw 'i' uu WTMIisXSS?a -gsS 1 isniTfluniflM GR irr-? . t r -et' i'ii it i1 -Lr rv.c iv x .yy r . ffssfsssxrsss. .r -trA-.k .nic ----ij-" -.-i---. r . . 't' -t .mh t-j fc- . - w p r tt . . ---- f. TJie ground -which Washingtonlans are accustomed to regard as "the Flats," but "which, by authority of Congress and the courts -will be hereafter known as Potomac Tart, contains C21 acres. It extends from Easby's l'oint with the course of the liver to tiie Navy Yard, varjing in width, but Is at no point to narrow that It "will not admit of profitable und artistic improve ment The area is divided for convenience into three sections, the first embracing th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1897 (S.fcUifc, LVI-AIAG AM) isVZDAX) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCIIINS BUILDING JOKTJIEAST COBMIlt TlTII AND D STS. telephones Kditornl Rooms, 4S3 business Onice. 1010 JEW 1 OHK orFICi:, -000 TKACT BUILDING Trice 3 o niug or Kv Clin g Lduion. One Cent Saudi Ldmon Uhrec Cents ilcntlilj, hi Carrier Morulas ond&undar....Tli!rn-fivc Cents livening Thirty Cents Mon mg. ) livening and rirry Cents bunda, ) 1JY .VAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday 50c llorntng and Sunday 3Go Evening and Sundav 35o "WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, MA11CH 11 rotomnc r.irlc. Tew- ot our citizens are aware of the great importance attaching to a "bill, not ten lines long;, which, alter tlie most earn est soliuLition, Piesident CIe eland for mally approved a few minutes before liis term epned This was the bill declaring the Potomac Plats a public paiU and dedicating It, or. as Mr Cleveland would probablj observe, "consecrating it forever to the use and for the lecre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THJE MOENESTG TIMES, STJDAY, MABCH 14 1397 9324 KwW ft In H Bargain 1 1 En for 1000 lox?s. luu each containing G pairs Men'. English Tan .md Past Black Half Hose, Willi and without white feet 75 cents is lialf price because .such itiulil lialf hose sell for 25 cents u pair every where First floor. Bargain 10- OQn 'or choice of an Z0b importer's sam ples, imludiug all the New Style Straw naLs for Spring wear. New MiortlMO. Sailors, Tur bmis. and large shapes. Tlnsr l,as are woith, and generally helling, 'or 50c. to $1 50. Second floor. 1-JT OfJGXSTO In one sense, tlie late occupant of the White Blouse, was counected with more clubs than any other man in W ashington, iiaj. Moore excepted. During liis reign there wcie about thirty around the Presi dential palace, and it is needless to say that they were policemen's clubs. KverybodyiB pleased to witness the absence of such dub life around Je premises in these days, and to see the worthy htSad of the nation walk ing down the Avenue like ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

MARCH 14, 1897 THE MOHNlNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, 1 snmtMimmiifimnitiiiuinnnr mnmB Lansburgh & Bro. 3 P A Bargain 3 E For Men. a 1 Club Ties 1 I 3 for 25c. 3 P We shall sell tomorrow I Men's All Silk Club Ties, I in pretty shades of light 3 E and dark Silks, E 3 For iOc. or 3 for 25c 3 I This is the Acme of 3 E Bargains. The Silk E alone in these Ties is 3 worth more. 3 "We said these were "Bargains 3 for Men only, but como to 3 E think or It, Ladles can wear 3 E tteso with their Shirt Waists. 3 c Same price for you. Ladle's, fcr E 3 r 25 3 I MEN'S NIGHT ROBES,25c. 3 E Never before in the 3 fc history of the Furnish- E Ing Trade has such - E value been offered as c Men's Well-made, Full I Length and Width, I Good Cotton Night fc Robes (fancy trimmed); trimmings fast colors; E sizes, 1 4 to 18, for 25c. E each. To secure these a little haate is suggested. Men's Department, First floor. " -, 1 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. PiiHiiiiiiimumiauuimiiiiiUimmmia sqssgqss Gssswiss gssqgsks S3 ff 8...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MOAJNTSTGr TIMES,. SXTJPAY, MACH 14, 1897 Copyright, 1S97, by Richnid Linthicum. TART I. Tlie sheep were in the folds on the mesa. The bronzed shepherds of El Itito bad eaten their tortillas and dull eon carne, etnoked their corn busk cigarettes, spread tbeir Rolclions on the floors of their huts, devoutly Mid their prayers and gone to bleep. The faithrul sentinels that guarded the sheepfolds wore all sleeping, but with one eye open and one ear cocked; no prowling coyote might hope to enter the loofcely con structed corral andsnatch a weak lambkin, for the scent of the sentinels was keen, their hearing acute, their courage above suspicion, and their intelligence but little lees llisn human. Man is not so univer sally faithrul to his trust as is the bhepherd dog. It was a night in early spring. The heavens were radiant with stars. The air was sofl, and laden with the fragrance of the sprouting s.ige. Each 6tar shone with a brilliancy that would have rivaled that blazing forerunne...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MOENItfG- TIMES, SUfeljJAT, MARCH 14, 3897 10 HOBBS SFARAGUS K1DBEY PILLS KEEP ON CURING SICK PEOPLE. Kidney Disease Has Been Robbed of the Hor rors Heretofore Attached to It. The Cry for Help Is Quickly Answered by Dr. Hobbs' Grand Universal Specific Ask at Henry Evaiis' Pharmacy. 938 F Street Northwest, of the Cures This Wonder ful Discovery Has Performed. There was a time, and not fo very long ago, that when persons were attacked with klduey disease, and hccause thoroughly convinced or it, a scums of mingled stu gi.ish and honor quickly crept over them. Tijey knew the perilous position it placed them in. Bright.s disease, with all its lienors, stared them in the face. Horrible visions came to them even in sleep ot the dreadful ordeal they were to pass through, and many would have welcomed death at the start, once the diagnosis Miade it absolutely certain that they were afflicted with this disease. How different today are their feelings, nr.w that a handy and safe specific is ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MORNING TIME gUDAX, MAEGH 14, 1897 11 ! MONET WANTED .AXD TO LOAN. LOANS MADE ON FUKNITCTU:. j H.UI15KS. 15 IU Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and nuickesc possible time. Strictly confidential. Please call before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., t10 1'' street northwest ; WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS Who desire rrom $50 to 10,000 each on Mocks, bonds, trusts, loan association certificates, warehouse receipts and life or tontine policies in old-line companies; bo delay, no chattel mort paces taken. YERKES & BAKER. 40 to 40 M.-ly.erott max.. Ill" F st. liff. 1IONKY TO LOAN. Large sums at 5 and D 1-2 per cent on D. C real estate; S250, $500, $ 50 . eta., ntG per teu;:iil transactions conducted v. itn economical consideration for horrowers. WM. U- SAUNDERS it CO.. mrs 1-107 F st uw. "MONET TO LOAN. On household furniture, pianos, organs, norths, carriages. &c. All business strict ly confidential. Lowest rates, no publi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE JVIOTMSmSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH: 14, 1897 The Busy Corner S. KANN, SONS & CO. -s Prices Lower Than Any Other House in the United States. 8th St. and flarket Space OUR SECOND GRAND (REBUILDING SALE AND EXHIBIT OF SPRING MILLINERY MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 16, 17 and 18. We exhibit Fine Imported Millinery and also display our own conceits of exclusive novelties in headwear. .Preparations for this grand event have been in progress for the past thirty days, and in. point of- display we feel assured of instantaneous success. We invite every lady interested in Fine Millinery to be present and inspect. In order to make this doubly interesting we shall offer the, following Rebuild ing Price Souvenirs from this and other departments of our establishment. 52c 7c XariMvide Winthrop Full Bleached u 7 MUSllU ttoC 35c Ready-made Sheets for single bed.. 10C I 4Uc Ready-made Sheets, size. 81x90. -20C 10c Keady-madc Pillow Cases 5oCUrmJaa?run 10c Xard-wide Coronet C...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

PAGES fjj TO Q)j mmt. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORINUSTGr, MATCCII 14, 1S97. r Of Our ho is the direct result of the WMll-diroctecl efforts of each of the nearly half a hundred emploj'es of our three stores and of the hundreds of skilled shoemakers who have shaped and fash ioned the charmingly pretty new Spring Shoes that are cre ating such a furore this season among the Washington Shoe wearers. Never was the demand for "Halm's Reliable Shoes" as great never did we sell as many fine shoes as we are selling this spring. The cause of this unusual business activity can be found br comparing our new shoes and their prices with those of our competitors. Rent-free st -.res and our great buying facilities make it possible for us to name such prices as these on the following high grade, "swell, " new spring styles. S2.00 'Ladies' Oxford Ties 0 new Styles of best Mack Kid with hand-sewed Welt or Turn Soles. $2.00 Ladies' "Royal" Boots Of fine black or Tan Viei Kid. Hotter and piettier than former ...

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

14 THE MOKmETGr TIMES,; SUNDAY, MAUCH 14, 1897 Late News for the lAomein of Fashion "Those daughters who sIioav a propen sity for making pretty, fancy tilings Tor their own adornment tire loo often met witli ridicule on the part of other less gifted members of the family. There is nothing to which the aveiage -woman Is .inure .sensitive than criticism Of Per clothes, and many times she defer to the tastes of ot liens when sh -would he much better dressed hy following out lier own Ideas as to what is becoming to her. No woman can study another's figure as that person can do it for herself, and it is neithei vain nor foolish to give time and attention to such matteis. No one "Would Cilnk or ciiticiMng a housewife for doing nil she cm to make her home beautiful, tuid as from somebody h point of view she It. or ought to be, the most beautiful adorn ment in it, she-. will not make a mistake in giving as much attention to herself as to anything cine. In moderation, therefore, it should be...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE :MOliyG TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1897 15 A GOVERNOR'S CRIME BY CHARLES B. LEWIS. On the morning of Lie eighth day of August, 18G9, the dead body of a man named William O'Donnell was found on me street in the town of Clifton, and it leeded no second glance to fchow that ?c had been murdered. He had leceived three stabs from a knife, and had died within a minute or two after falling to Uie ground O'Donnell was a oung man f good family, and a big reward for the aifrcovcry of Hie murderer resulted in n slose and vigorous search After about a week a young man named Charles Shearer tvas arrested for the crime, and before lie was arraigned the police had such a strong case against him that no one was found to doubt his guilt. He and O' Donnell nad met that night in a billiard room and lad had hot words. When O'Donnell left the jilace Shearer followed liim. It was ihown that both loved the &anie girl and had find several quarrelb Three or four " parties had heard Shearer threaten to...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MORNING- T1M..E!?,. SP.NDAY, MAHCII 14, 18S17 16 wyHm n Jlllli --5 "f fir a ' " B w Columbia Creston Clarke in "The Last or His Race." Nation! "Mis Francis or Yale " Laravette "Tho Old Homestead " Academy "The Land of the Living " Graml "The Span o Life." Bijou Bill Kersands and the Georgia Minst'els Kernon's Irwin Brothers Company. Lillian Russell drops "An Ameiican iieautv" presently to begin rehearsals with Delia Fox and Jeffeison De Angclte, a part net ship now familiarly known .18 the triple alliance " Tliere was a -wide di or-.it of. oi)iniou as to the merits of the'opeiu, tliough all agreed that Lillian retained her beauty. Some f a eil o er the piece, some ra ed again1 it There seen ed to be no middle ground But the theater was packed nightly and Lillian looked ingenuously into the bright eje of the calcium tank and was happy Negotia tions are now pending looking to the ieplacemciit of Miss Rus0ell bv Faulino Hall when the original beaut leae3 to join the triple alliance...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 189T 17 1 f?svwi.-l Tin: ''Handbook of the New Library ot Congress," winch has just been iBMied by Curtis & Cameron, of Boston, is u very iiiterotitiK little book, which is not only u guide, but a houvenir of the beautiful liuihlinK with wliich it deals. It is compiled liy Herbert Small, and contains-e.if-ays by Mr. Charles Carfin and Librarian Suofford. .3t is fr"ely illuMrated, reproducing all of the more important worksof urtandaichi lecture, and many of the minor one-, with lnict de.NCiiptions of each The pictures of thi' ethnological heads which ornament the keystones of the windows are epe Ually fine, as also the view- or the rotunda and of many of the statues. Perhap-. the work done by American artists ;a the World's Fair was the firt intimation to the world at lui ge that Amer ica could really excel in the lines of archi tectural decoration. The IJoston I'ubhe lAhnmy followed thl c with its lich and varied tieaMires, but the Congressi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

18 THE aiOBflTBTG TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 14,. 189T rjaESZEmaSOCmSSSSBBaESJESBl - The Planting of 1 I the Shamrock 1 tti&SflSE33xinrje!'3 BY GEKAL1) BRENAN. It was over 1,000 years ago 1,500 j cars, to be correct and yet the wild, vrave-Veatcii coast-Hue, the wind-swept cliffs and the houseless headlands or An trim looked little different then from what tliey do today. Then, as now, the madcap surges of tiie Irish sea came leap ing up to kiss the lichens and long grasses that swung from the frowning rocks-then, ab now, l lie heather and the furae fought for mastery far inland, unfl the fojack-ncs-id Eheep browsed patiently on the scant green blades that grew between. A little fleet or boats had been benched on the strip or yellow sand beneath the cliffs and even the boats were wondrous ly like those in -which the hardy Anttim fisherman of our own day goes down to the sea. But the men that leaped rrom the bows while as yet they came nosing through the surge were widely diffei eat iu...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

THU 3IOUKING TIMES,t MDA, MATJCH 14, 189T Id m Queer Tales from m i94 ' Almost every daj newspaper Teaders been paragraph telling how the government takes caTe of old Comanche, Custei's liorse. the only survivor of the Custer massacre. The paragraph always tells how"by spccialordci of themilitary authori ties Comanche is provided whit a comfort able stall, fitted up especially tor him, out in Dakota. No one, to the Mcry goes, is permitted to tide hint, and he Is not al lowed to do any work whatever. Then, as one writer put it a few days ago. "Riddled with bullets and tcarred by saber wounds, his Body speaks elo quently of thep'iJilousdutj once performed in Ms twenty-two years or service under ttie government. He will go down to his tory holding about as proud aitlacens that accorded to the gallant black charger -which once brought Gen. Sheridan to the field, in time to save tiie battle, from "Winchester, vwenty miles awaj." -"Lawrence, Kansas To the Editor. I mail you today a pictur...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 March 1897

20 THE' MOKNrSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, 3fc&RCH 14, 1897 JUUION IN THE WILD WOODS The Story of a South ern Swamp By JOEL CHANDLER UAHItlS (Copyright, 1897, by Joel Chandler Harris.) . VI. THE HUNT ENDS. It will be seen Unit Air. Jim Stannous, u his crude way, was a veiy shrewd rcasoner. He didn't guess;" lie "reckon ed;" audit cannot be denied that lie came very near the truth, You will remember that when we children play hide-the-bwitch the one that hides it guides those who are hunting for it by making certain lcmarks. When they are near where the switch is hid, the hider says: "I'ou burn; you are alire," but when they get fuither away from the hiding place the word is: "You are cold; you are freezing." In hunting lor Aaron, Mr. Jim. Simmons was burning, for he had come very cloe to solving trie piob lein that the fugitive had set for him. Mr. Simmons was so sjre he was rightiu his reasoning that he cheered hib dogs on lustily and touched up his hone. George GossettUd the same, and do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

4 line K"0. 1,093 VASIUJI'GrTON, MONDAY MOK2JfING, MATtCEC 15. 1897 JDiaBCT PAGKE3 ONE CENT m THETHREATTNEDBLOGKADE It Is Possible the Powers May Begin It Today. MANY RUMORS ARE AFLOAT Itnllnus Reported to Have Shelled the lut-urgentK nt Kissiuno Kus telli lliisiu Holding Buck: the Dogs of "War Tlio Cretans Con tinuc tu Bombnrd Splnulongu. Canea, March 14. The belief prevails anions ttic foreign fleets that the powers have linallj decided to make no reply to the answer or Ureeco to their identical note, but to put their threat of a blockade into eriect. It 1b thought that the block ade of Crete and the Piraeus will begin is ttated that the Italians have fchelled the insurgents at Kissmuo Kastelli, but nothing further can be learned- The Insurgents are not the only ones who have been kept m ignorance of the action of the powers- The several con suls here have had no official intimation fronfthclr respective governments of what . was to be done, a fact which lias excited much comment....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

THE MOBNING TJMTCF, MONDAY, MA11CH 15, 1897 9? Well-dressed Washington will be better dressed than ever this spring. We are making suits to measure for $12 and $15. Tailoring mind you not the "botched-up" sweat shop work jou have been used to. Handsome" plaids and plainer effects. Leave ?our measure today. Eisernan Bros., Corner 7th and E Streets N. W. Ka Itrauch Store In Washington. UMTS DAY OF REST The President Enjoys a Brief Respite From OiiiecseeKcrs. ALL BUSINESS LEFT ALONE Dr. Johnston Assisted by Eminent Divines in tile Services at Sletro politun Church A. Visit to Gen cral Unsstlligs A Pleasant Even inir in the Eluo Room. 1 fcunday at the "White House -was pleas antly and quietly spent. The observance of Bituilay as a da of Test will be very care fully udheted to by the McKinleys. They will receive few if any callers and Mr. McKinley "will leave all business alone. The 'White House had the Sunday look outside and in all day yesterday. The few who passed Uuough the giounds w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1997 3 TURKISH MINISTER TALKS Blames Greece for Instigating the Cretan Insurrection. SITUATION XOT THREATENING Enys. That Radical Reforms "Were Impending When the Trouble Be gau and Tliat Only 1uS1nn.lL Hur it.v ol the Islanders Desire Atmex utiun "With Greece. Notwithstanding the fact that tlic powers fave notice over a week ago thai the time had arnvctl when Greece should quit Crete, the order lias not been obeyed, and the powers have been obliged to look passively on, while Col. Vassos still hoUs the interior of the island. It is believed, however, that England, Trance and ltal; areusi.nj, every available effort to insure Crete's rreudom from Turkish mle, and liberty to jdn Greece if she to detircs. Also, that only an av Eurnucc of real autonomy will restore peace on the island. Utile-; suuietii.iig is speedily done, how ever, it is feared that bloodshed is inev itable, as many thousands of armed men aic bald to be faring each other on the Gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

THE MOEKINGr TIMES, MONDAY, MAKCH 15, 1897 (MOltMXG, KVlJflXO AND SUNDAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS IJUILDIN'G NonxnnAST Coaxim Tenth axd D Sts. " Telephones Editorial Renins, SO Business Ofllcc. 1610 jnr -oiik orricK,a!TnACT jsmtDixo 1 lice Jo ning or Evening Edition. OuoCent Sunday Edition TUico Cents Monthly, by Carrier Morning and Sunday.. ..Thirty-livo Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. Evening and Sunday, Fiftv Cents UY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID Morning. Evening and Sunday 50c Morning and Sunday 35c Eveniug and Sunday 35c WASHINGTON, MONDAY. MARCH 15. Xu Step Backward. It is pleasant anil encouraging to recog nize in President McKinley a sturdy advo cate and exponent of civil service reform. Tins Is one direction in -which he may count upon the good-will and support of all Americans, without distinction of party, who think and read, and who prefer the general good of the country and its people to the interest, of demagogues and to a perpetuatluii of all the political e...

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