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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

THE MOKNiyq TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897 5 Q: K: ErrTruTTTmnnmnm rnnrnirnnnntHTTTB Lansburgh & Bro. 3 fc- oiivT-cr n C Oinvt; 3 IT IS THE CUSTOAI I For the Housewife to purchase her Domestics on Monday why.could neverbe explained, but, nevertheless, it is true. Today wo have on sale 1 yard wide Bleached" - and Unbleached Cotton, in good quality, For 5c yd 150 pes. Madras and Galatea Cloth, in neat patterns, fast colors, and suitable for men's ' shirts, eta, For i24 and I5c yd. Early spring never brought a more wonder ful assortment of Per cales choice styles comprising checks, stripes, figures, etc., in almost every coloring For 10 and 1 2jcc yd. All these goods aro on our first floor very- convenient for you. i a: 6 vr-" I 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. 3 iiiiumiimuumiumiuuiiiiiJUiuiiiB fyTiwes iac- xcrw5Fi sc57?S2Rft5 CaTSiji"ji.;. 7a0;sata 11 S3 (A i3 w a Never mind about the money wc ? will arrange the payments any way you say weekly or monthly. ,i Our new spring en triages arc...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

THE jrOBNI5r& TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897 6 S i IjOfclll f ma fa Troin all that I can hear, Secretary Por ter ih doing pietty well Whether he is liberal in religion or not, lie doon't seem to be tioublel cither with djspepsia or fccatc ity He seems to be pretty cutnfott able, taken all in all; but, then, he i rich, and it is easy to be comfortable when you art rich, and still eai-ier If jour wife it. rich Then we eat the tight tilings at our meals, and take a little time Tor the meals, arid are able to lie shaved and to be par ticular about our laundry They said that Mr. Porter was a little officious at the railiond station when the Presidential party first arrived, and that, the bellboys at the Kbbitt tool: mighty good jiains to answer when lie called. He seems at a ilibtance to be a big, fine fellow, and it is not unimportant to observe that he is making a beauUrul start socially. Notice this dinner that the Boardtuans gave in his honor ouly the other evening. The Shermans, ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, MABCH 15, 1897 Tllli BOSTON TEA ZPAllTY. Prof . iTolin PlsRes Talk h of a Famous Historic Incident. . Prof John Fiske gave the third in the liigh school lecture course at Court Square Theater last evening. The subject was 'Moro About the Boston Tea Party," and there was aJarge audience present. IIcwaB introduced by Rev. Oilman as one of the few men who have seen into the philosophy or history, and lie spoke, in part, as fol lows: "It is often -worth -while, "with regard to v.'ell-known historical facts, to restate them occasionally to sec if -we are placing the proper emphasis upon them. The re action from the Fourth or July vaporing or the past generation Is leading us to belittle the revolutionary period. The publica tion of the life and letters of Gov. Uutchln mm lias shown us that he was not a base double-dealer, as the patriots of the revo lutionary period considered him, and the reaction Mats created is leading us to ex cuse all ti.e tories or that t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 March 1897

8 THE MORNING-. TIMES MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897 B: Free Exhibition Of the 1897 models of all the best makes of Bicycles be' oins TODAY. Don't fail to see it. Get informed as to all the new features of Bicycle construction. There are twenty-four exhibitors, representing- ov.er'fifty different makes of bicycles. See the new saddles, the latest inventions in tires, lamps, pedals, &c, See the Fowler Sextet (largest Bicycle ever built) all without expense to you, BUT AS OUR GUEST. While you are here let us show youthe largest and finest selection df Bicycling apparel ever seen under one roof. Combination Suits long and short trousers), $io to $22.50.1 Bicycle Suits, $4 to $15.- Bicycle Pan.ts, $1 to $4.5o. Sweaters, $i.5o to $6.5o. Hose, 70c to $3.50. Beits, 25c to $1. Caps, 5oc to$i.5o. Shoes, $2 to $4.5o. Look them over carefully, but don't buy unless you want to you are under no obligation to do so. Robinson &Chery Co., (2th and F ? This Fancy Rocker Worth $4. What we have of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

L MM Bsv WASHnsreTOK, Tuesday morotjs, march 16, lSoTjr-JEiaiiT pages OjSE ceot K"0. 1,093 .,. - f KrT IB .ffiBM MmQpgMiri 1 1 ftBILuiA)iipiILwl uiltfiKifc THE TARlFFmLREPORTEO Work of tlie Wayg and Means Committee Made Public. THE IMPORTANT SCHEDULES Restitution of Old Rales oil Agricul tuial I'roduet A Substitute for Specific Duties, iu Many Cumjs. Cotutnittee Han Kndeuvored to Keep Below tlie MeKinley Hate1. " Mr. DlngJcy introduced the new tariff bill Jn tlie House yesterday just before the reading of the President's message, which closed the daj's pioceedlngs at -l o'clock. It constats or 123 pages.m twenty si?, sections. The first bection piovides that on aud after May 1,3 697, there shall be levied, unless otherwise siieually pro ided In tlie bill, the Kites or duty pre scribed In schedules lettered from A to N This first section occupies 123 page, neaily. The principal nubjects arc giveu below The second bectlou lb the free list. The thiid section enibodieb the rcciproeitj p...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

TTTTl aiOJRJSnETGr TIMES, TUESDAY, MAECH 16, 1897 You can get all the Top Coat you're looking- for for $7.50, $10, $12 or $15. We've srot em higher priced if jtou want 'em but these are good enough for ainroiie. The newest thing is "JDise man" tailoring at popular prices $12 and $15 for suit made to your measure.' - Eisemao Bros., Corner 7th and E Streets N. W. No Branch Store tn WnHhlnctnn. GUILTY OF WIFE MURDER Frank Slicldou to Be Electrocuted the Last Week in April. Tlnd Become Enamored ol a Good- Ltiuklmr Servant Girl "Who "Worked in HJh Home. Auburn, X. T., March 15. Frank Slicl dou, a well-kuown cattle dealer or Cayuga county, was this morning convicted of murdering his wire, and sentenced to be electrocuted during the week beginning A iril 25. The murder was committed A prtl 30. 1S00. The verdict was a sur jwInc l nil who have followed the case. The Jwy was out Tor Si 1-2 hours. Shel don received the hcntcnce with scarcely visible emotion. Georgo Shclcluu, a lHlK)r, whh bowe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

THE MOBNXSTGr .TIMES; TUESDAY, 3IAKCH 16, 1897 TBE TARIFF BILL BEPOBTED Continued from First rage. per pound or Ices, and on sugars after being refined, -when tinctured, colored, or in any way adulterated, 6 cents ier pound aud 20 per centum ad valorem; valued at more titan 15 cents per pound and not more tlmn S5 cents per pound, 12 cents per pound mid 20 per centum ad valorem; valued at above 35 cents per pound, SO per centum ad valorem. The weight of paper or other immediate -wrappers, tickets, labels, cans, cartoons, boxes, of coverings, otlier than the outer packing case or other covering fcliall be included in the dutiable weight or the merchandise. The Tobacco Schedule. Schedule F, Tobacco Leaf tobacco, suit able for cigar wrappers, if not stemmed, ?2 por pound; if stemmed, $2.75 per pound; (provided, that if any tobacco im ported in any hale, box or package, or in bulk, shall contain exceeding 15 per centum thereof tf loaves, suitable Tor cigar wrap pers, the-entire quantity ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

4 THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY. 1VIAE0H 1G, 1897 (S'ORSKO, EVESR.G AXB SrSDAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Go. IHJTCHINS BUILDING iCOKTHEAST COUXEIt TlCTII ASD X STS. Telephones Edltoi ial Rooms, ISO "Justness Offlce, 1G10 t rsr yokk orricc, i(X)9 tract jjuilbig iicc-J'0-Uhig or Evening -Edition, OnoCcnt Sumlay Edition Three- Cents Monthly, by Carrier Morning and Sunday... .Thirty-Jive Cents Evening Thirty Cents Evening aud Fifty Cents Sunday, J 111' AIAIL POSTAGE XTtEPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday COo Horning and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday ...... 35c "WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, 51ARCH16. The itcpubllcnn rinu. The logic ot the Presidential message is extremely simple. The Congress Is culled together in extra session, much to the re gret of the Executive. Hut It cannot tc helped. The only reason -which could justify It is the condition of the public revenue. Therefore, a high -protective tariff must be passed -without any waste of time. There may Ijc other mat ters of national interest -whi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

THE MORNING- JTIMES. TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1897 i EmTTmmrnmnwfrTwmrrwmrTrnfTiis g Lansburgta & Bro. E Loose Covers 3 Let us xaakeyourXooso Cov- 3 ers for you now while we are 3 not rushod. The price will 3 be the same, the waiting: timeless than later. It will a be a eatisfactlon to you and fc a pleasure to us to have our 31 E n: an call at your house -with samples and uiveyou an es- -3 timate. All estimates free. 3 Our special grade of Fur- "-a E uiture-L,nieu,youwiiiiina, will grive vou Letter ser- vice than anyihing- else fc vou can use it as 00 fe - i -j 1 1 JBf -,A incites wiuc auu uuit -tuwu Window Shades p Made to Order. fc The materials and rollers used E for our made-to-order Shadea are absolutely the best, and wo p guarantee every shade made C and hung by us to give perfect satisfaction for one year. A. word from you -will bring1 our fc man to your house with samples SZ to advise with you as to color fe and give you an estimate. "We can save you money on your P shades. A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

THE MOKNTJja TIME9, TUESDAY, SfAKCH 16, 3897 0 5 ' at 912 SEVENTH STREET N. W. The Fire that took place in this building Tuesday morning, March 9, although quite destructive, still $20,000 of value remains only slightly damaged by smoke and water and must positively be closed out at once. Price is no object and the biggest kind of bargains can be secured. Don't fail to attend this sale, which begins WEDNESDAY. MARCH 17TH AT 8:30 A. 912 SEVENTH STREET EST Wan ted several Dry Goods Salesman. (Copyright, 1S97, by IV- Le C. Beard.) SYNOPSIS. Manuel Ramiiez and Pablo Vellos, two yoimp hciders, arc rivals for ttie band or Chiquita, a Me.ican girl, Manuel Is the favored one. lie is jub-t htnrtiug as a cattle owner and lias already a goodly herd, branded with a crosbbow, a mark which Clilquita heiself li.ih deMgned. The story opensontheday of the great spring roundup of t lie cattle, the tjreat festal day in southern Arizona. Clilquita goes to the roundup with her friend,' Senora Valdos. On...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

THE M0RN32TO TIMES, TUESDAY, MAKCK 16, 18T jjoni-ty -iv anted an i5 TOLO-vy. WONKY to loan to Government employes, chooi teachers, policemen. Ami private parties, from 5 to MOO, n indorsed notes ami other tecunty: no delay when tcor;t- -satisfactory Box 4.4, thisorflce. nitilC-7t XDAXS 1AJ)13 OX FtrUNITCltP. HQ?lRltf:, ETC Loans made on Furniture, Pianos. Horses. "W-tgoiiS, etc, -at Jon-eat ran and quickest possible lime. Strl lly confidential. Plcr.se en II before securing loans elsewhere. "WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., Pit) F street northwest. WE WAST 1.000 BORROWERS Who lesirc from $50 u. 510,000 cacti on rtocks. bonds, trubt.s. lean association certificates, warehouse receipts nud life or tontine policies in rtd-lhu nompames; to delay, no ibattcl morlgacch taken YERKES & baker. 40 to 46 McLtCrolCRldg.. Ul F st. nw SiONl-X 'XO LOAN. Large hums at r nnd 5 1-2 per cent on D. C. "eal vstatc; $250. SC00. ri0.etc. uiCwrct.t:illtr.sui,acrj conducted wua economical conhldcrnlton for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 March 1897

THE MOTCNINGr TIMES, TUESDAY, MAHCH 16, 1897 MORE than TWO THOUSAND persons visited our FREE) CYCLE EXHIBITION yesterday after noon and evening-. Every one is welcome. Come any afternoon or evening this week and see all the new features, in Bicycle construction. See the largest as well as the smallest machines in actual use. Listen to the mu sic get the free souvenirs all at our expense. The stock of bicycle clothing for men is now ready. It is by all odds the choicest line ever gathered under one roof anywhere everything new of this season's pro duction, and marked at about what other dealers would have to pay for them. Spring Top Coats, too; all the "correct stvles and fabrics, $7.50 to $25. ' . : Robinson 8l Chery Co., I2th and FSts. N.W. m STEEL BEDS o. j 1 !N7J ill rsf vai BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Times for the wceK ended 3Iarch 12, 187, wus as follow hi Suturdu.v, March G 30,370 Sunday, March 7 24,050 Monday, March 8 36,600 Tuesday, March 9 30,220 "Wednesd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

E tmt. 2TO. 1,094: WASmsrGKTOSr, WJED7STESDAY iUORSTCNG, MAECH 17, 1897 JEiaHT PAaES (XNE CENT THE GREAT FIGHT THY THE NEW JOURNALISE AT CARSON CITY Each Pngilist Expresses Himself Confident of Winning. The Secretary Confers with the Foreign Relations- Committee. FAIR WEATHER PROMISED CUBAN AFFAIRS DISCUSSED Wflt 1 K ST "-w X K CKS " ff f . V VJK ' . , "-.i r-:-:r Carson Will Today Witness the Greatest Struggle iu the History ufPuglilsm Consensus of Opinion Ik Tliut the Fight Will be u Short Que. Garson.Nev., March 1C The last twelve 'hours of daylight remaining before the greatest struggle iu the history of pugilism begins wcie ushered in with lowered skies and a threatening atmosphere. Fortunately, however, theelements which tluealeued to put a damper on the spirits of all concerned in the bijr event did not last long and afier a tutsle the, sun came to the ficnt and its glonous rays dispelled all gloom. The outlook had the effect of making both Coibctt and Fitzsinimons do a littl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

THE MORNIKTO TIMES; WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 17, 1897 2 Low-price Suits to order, made our way, is a new ex perience for you men. Made-to-order Suits -for $12 and $15 arc not scarce but suits like Ave make for 12 and $15 are different from anything 3-ou've ever seen for the same money. The cloths trimmings tailoring and fit are bet ter. Leave your measure today. Eiseman Bros., Corner Tth and E Streets N. W. No Ilrancli Storo In Wwdtingtoii. NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA 1 Blackjack and Pistol Figure, in a Street Iloiv. An Old Man Drinks the Contents of si Dottle of X.1niment ivltli Fatal IlL'MlltJS. Alexandria, March 16. A Mated In The Evening Times si suit Tor $10,000 damages, was instituted in tlie corporation courtto da jr by M r. William Webster agaiiibtMchsrs. William li. and lIarileSiiioot,Surgl. James Smith and Officer William Ferguton. The suit is ttie outcome of a csm. tiicd in the police court last monMi, when "Constable Webster, who is a deputy sergeant, was charged with the larceny of a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

THE MOmSTlNC TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MABCII 17, 1897 3 GREDENTIflLSOFSENATQRS Those of Three Gubernatorial Ap pointees Referred. OLD BILLS REINTRODUCED Tlie SenutoiK Present Severul Han died While in Sanslon Xesteidny. fcemitor Trjo Helen ed to the OIijI Seivlco Utile, iu the Kiigln eeis' Depuittnent as an Outinge. In the Senate jcsteidi one pension bill wat parsed and several htualrcd bills, pub lic and piivale, "were introduced and ic fened. Thcie ".van hirdl one of ihem Mitten had not been on tl e ralLXtd.it or on tnumritnc fJltb in tl.e last Congict "VVlicn Mi Allison, in gciit'e re moni-t ranee against tlie passage of Hie one pension bill ($50 a month to the widow or Bugudiei General John B Stevenson), suggesting that its passage todaj a ould not cipedite its be . coming liw ,and "uhen Jli " cm es.pici.sed Ins belief that it Mould, and that lie could l,et action on' it in tlie Uoum, tlie Iowa Kcnatoi looked inciediilous and expressed Ins gicat admiratien fot tlie MiEsouii Sen atoi's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

4 THE MORjrmG TIMES, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 17, 1897 (Moeniko, Evening ak suxdat) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HTJTCHJNS BUILDING KOETIIEAST COEXEK TEirra. AND D STS. Telephones Editorial Rooms, 4SG Business Office 1C jew Torir-orFJCE,iOv)aTKACT BtTiturNa 1 rice J-o-ningctr Evening Edition, One Cent Sunday Edition 'i'breo Cents Monthly. t)y Carrier Morning sndSunday....Thrty-fivo Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. J Evening and Fifty Cents Sunday, J BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning. Evening and Sunday 50c Morning and Sunday - 35o Evening and Sunday 35c "vVASHINGT0N,lrEDNESDAY,3IAECIll7 Two New Ambassadors. A distinguished citizen of the District of Columbia, Col. John Hay, has been nom inated Tor Ambassador to Great Britain. He used to be a distinguished citizen of Ohio, and before that be was a member of the New York Tribune staff. But in those callow, days he wrote dialect verses. 1uvr he Is a citizen of the capital and of the. world. Some Republicans will criti cise the -appointment of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

THE- JVlOllNlNGr TIMES -WEDNESDAY MARCH 17, 1897 5 Rmnnrnmrnmnn? mnnnnmiiiiiiiHiH Lansburgh & Bro. Loose Covers for Furniture. tE r C Let us xnako your Loose cov- z) & ers for you now wlillo -wo aro 3 E nob rushed. The price will 3 E oo the same, the -waitinE- E timeless than later. It -will a E bo a satisfaction to you ana C ' a pleasure to us to liave our 3 IE man call at your House -with E samples and give you on ea- 3 j timate. All estimates free. 3 c Our special grade of Fur- 3 nitureLinen,you will find, a will give you better ser- i vice than anything else p you can use it is 66 g inches -wide and only 48c yd j Window Shades t Made to Order. c E The materials and rollers used C for our mado-to-order Shades E are absolutely the beBt, and we t enaTantoo every shade made undliung by us to give perfect p: satisfaction for on6 year. A P word from you will bring- our C man to your house with samplos to advise with-you as to color fe and bIvo you an estimate. "We E can save y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

17, 3S9T 6 i THE MOEiNTSFGr TBHEF, WEDXESpAY, MARGET His Offices Crowded From Morning Until Night. Making Examinations and Telling Feople How to Get Well. SPECIAL APPARATUS Devised by the nichct Medicnl Tulent Ik at "Your Service for the Treatment of CATARRH, DEAFNESS, ASTHMA. The Miiuyou Institution Is Complete in Jiverj Detail for the Treat ment of the SJel. LIFE CHAMBER Heinnrlmlile Houltc. in the Tre-.it- uitMJt of Tli runt and Lung Trouble. ELECTRICAL MACHINE "Wonderful Agent in Relieving Pain mid Curing Obstinate Diseases. MUNYON'S IMPROVED HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES Cure Rheumatism, DyKpejihlu, Ed ney Trouble, Catarrh, Deafness, Asthma, Bronchitis, X.Iver Com ilalnt. Female Troubles, Head ache, Colds, Coughs, Grip, 2Cervon Priistruiioii, and All Throat, Lunir, and Blood Diseases. Xo 3ratter What the Disease, Alunyou Has the Cure. The doors ofMiinvon'sorrice are open to nil. YOU ARE WELCOME. If you Dave an ache or pain, do not hesitate to call. Courteous treatment awaits you at the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1897 monkt wantjsd -"..ZgJ-H: LOANS MADE OX ITittttTCRK, houses, inc. Loans tniidc on Furniture. Warms, Horses, Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and niilckc&t tMwlttlt fi..... Klriotlv confidential. 1 lease call lei'ore securing loans else where. ,: WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 610 F street uorthwcsfc MONEY to loan to Government employes, school teachers, policemen, anil private. parties, rrom 55 to 5100. on indorsed note ami other security; no delay "w'nen secuniv satisfactory iJos 44, this office. mhl0-7t WE WANT 1.000 BORROWERS Who lesire rrom SCO to 510,000 each on Mocks, bonus, trusts. Joan association certificates, -warehouse receipts and no or tontine policies In old-line companies, -uo detiy; no chattel mortgages taken. YEIUvES & MAKER, 4.0 to 4G Metv.eruttBldg., 1110 F fit. nw. UO.MiY TO LOAN. Largs sums at 5 ami 5 1-2 Percent on D. O. real estate; 250, scoo, S.50. etc. ato per teU:ailirauh-nctiou., conducted wito economical con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 March 1897

X" : THE M01?3STINGr TIMJSS, WBDJfrESDAX, MABCH 37, 1 897 8 THE crowds at our .FREE exhibition of-" the 1S97; models of all tlie best Bicycles were greater yesterday" ifla'n' on Monday. Everyone is welcome. We haveNJio interest whatever in any B:c3'cle, but the following-gentlemen who have exhibits here will be pleased to show and explain the merits of their respective wheels. DKALKHS. IiOUTll 1. M.ETROrOL.1. vlCLE CO. JiOUTH -. uuoth a. DIAMOND Cv s. .... v. liOUTIi 4. DOIlEMTJs A UUOTli 5. SYIPII-"WINTo--. cl'CLE CO. IiOUTll 15. TV'. E. UA.TJM. ct CO. JIOUTH 7 HEIAjJS WllliliU CO. UOOTH a. DIXON CHUCiitui. CO. UOUTH y. T VON IlOECiUbO'. UOOTH 10. "WEST END CYClE CO. UOUTH 11. WESTERN "S i-L. WORKS. UOOTH 1. C. E-riLljEA iiouTii ia. A. G. SPAX.D1N l. A, HitOS. UOUTH 14. ROSE M.VNTJ ev. lOiu.VG CO. UOOTH 15. T. D. OTVEN. UOOTH 10. NEW EXGLa.. l'jh.ClAl.TY CO. UOOTH 17. CLINE RRO'LiiliKto. UOOTH lb. VOWLE11 MA.MjtAv.rURIXG CO. IiOUTll 11). SMITH DART" Co. UOOTH 20. OACOHS BROTliEKS. ...

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