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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

THE MORNINGr TIMES, Sa.TUK.DAY, APBIL 24, 1897. N ypXISY AVANTKD AM) TO LOAN. ILK. FULTON' sloaa of fics, 121SPa, ave. nw., money loawdo.i watcncs, diamonds, jewelry, silver -ware, etc. aplO-Gin LOANS 1IA1IK ON JjTjKNirUHR. i HORSES. 12TC. Loans maao on If urnlturc. Pianos. Horses. Wagons, etc.. at lowest rales nna quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. 1 lcnsc call Uerore securing loans elsewhere-. WASHINGTON MOlFrGAGE LOAN CO.. 610 y street northwest. LOANS ON tfEAL ESTATE. 5, 5 1-1!. and 6 per cent. a,p20-lmj GASCti BROS, 1307 F st. nw. MONEY TO LOAN, Trout 55 tu $50, to reliable parties; no collateral required. Room 8. Central bldg., 9th and Pa. ave. ;.p!S-7t MONEY TO LOAN Sl.ooO upward, at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent, on l. C. real estate. S250, $."i00, etc.. at 0 per cent; nil Iran suctions conducted -vvttli economical consideration for bouoWeiH. v 1LLLM 11. SALMH' Rj? ' f Y.- aplO-tr 1407 !' ct. nw. LOANS negotiated on stock bonds, old nue me policies, nun- uu -... MOSEI TO ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 April 1897

THE MORNING TlMKSa.SATURDAX, , APBIL 24, 1897. K?- , y fitt M K Some Special Saturday SHOE PLUMS. Our htoren are noted for being crowded with customers every duv in the week-but we are prepared for specially large crowds 'every Saturday. If. we have any uneclul attractions to offer, we usually oieii tljetn on Saturdays. I nrjje mid advantageous iiircliasc enable uu to quote tbo fol lowing low prices on these excellent Shoe values for today: it e I9C, 503 BICYGLE LEGGINS. Ladies' and Men's BlaoK or Tan Camas, Full-length Leggins. LADIES' $1.25 BOOTS. Black or Tan Stout Kid, Laced and Button, Heeled or Spiugllcel, On seeral ucw fchapeb. $L50 1 LADIES' $2.00 OXFORDS. 2,000 Pans hand-sewed, Turn Bole Oxford Tlci, Made of sorted and best Black or brown Vlcl Kid: Lined throughout with kid; Haifa dozen different Nobbv, new styleb $2.50 1 LADIES' $4.00 TAN BOOTS- These shoes arc made of exceedingly soft and fine brown "Everbright" Kid, Turn or Welt Soles, Dime" or -Quarter" toes. $1-25 MEN'...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tine. For the District or Columbia and Mary land, fair; continued warm weather; south erly -winds. ' x 2 WASIIINGTON, STTNDAX MOKOTNG, APTCJX 25, 1897 TWENTY PAG-ES. THKEE CENTS. InTO. 1,132. mil 38,301 COPIES. t , g Introduction for the P.ist Two Months .Never Surpassed toy Any Other Coal in This Market. If You Have Not Tried Gay ton Ask Your Neighbors How They Like It, or Ask Your Dealer to Send You a Trial Ton-Stove Size, S5-25 (2240 Pounds), Delivered. Kindles Quickly Gives Intense Heat Very Enduring Unequaled for Cooking, Heating or Open Grate. Cheapest Fuel for Summer or Winter Use Better and Cheaper Than Oil, Gas or Coke Cut Out This "Ad." for Future Reference. Wholesale Depot: 1368 POWHATAN COAL HIBIML mms i r After liEMm Despatelj tie Greeks Retreat CRESCENT OYER THE CROSS The Greeks Also Sustain Re verses in Epirus. TURKS FOUGHT LIKE 3UDMEN The Xcwh From the Seat of War Is All in Favor of the Turks Yester da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOUN1KG TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1897. TH SUCCESSFUL STOR A healthy business isn't the result of luck or accident. It's the business that's founded on honesty that gives a dollar in value for every dollar received. Plenty of businesses have started and seemingly flour ished without honesty as a foundation but like the prover bial bubble, it's only a question of time before they "bust." Our business is what we call a healthy business grow ing larger day by day holding old customers and gaining new ones. "Time tells all things" and our thirty-eight years' com mercial career has been one long tale of successes. Men's Suits. For $7.50 wo are showing the vory suits you anticipate paying S10 for. They are carefully made of nobby clotns witn all the characteristics of the "Famous Eisoman Make" and they'd bo $10 If wo didn't do tho making ourselves. Proportionate savings on tho better grades direct from our factory to you means a 20 per cent saving. Top Coats. Hero aro two items that'll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

TELE MOBNISra TIMES, SUDiaiY, APBIL 25, 1897. L-"V- The Crack Decrslayer Beaten by Hall's Good Colt. BIG CROWD ON THE LAST DAY Morris' GlcnoltJO "Won the Coiifrres Hloual for Tw -Yeur-Oltls Hussler, Mi.-s Lillian Tautris and The Peer "Were the Other "Winners List of. "WJunlng Owners and Amounts. If the Washington Jockey Club could have controlled all ttie elements that make perfect conditions for successful racing it would have been difficult for them to Improve upon tlic last day of tlie meet ing. Tlie weather was warm, almost hot, hut the grandstand racing northeast shaded the epeetatms from the sun's glare, Beau tlful costumes on fair wearers filled the ladies' clubhouse and lined the boxes cud fiout rows of the big stands. Statesmen, diplomats and millionaires mingled In the ring with representatives from every walk of life, and shared with "die humblest the gratification oMhe mas tering passion. .Money was tossed about by the gusts of speculation like dry leaves In autumn, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOBNENe TIIKS, SUNDAY, APBIIi 25, 3S97. , 1'AKRliti, BUIDGbT & CO., tPr'icTcn-lvo flothlira, 815 7th St. HIRING DEPARTMENT. ALL NEW WHEELS. BICYCLE COURT, Spring.Overcoats, ECLIPSE 1746-48 MASS. AVE. $3.5i0 Up. We have many flrstclass and other wheels that have 'he e in our wheels you can Flanyout of our most like new. Pope J. HART BRITTAIN, 452 Peima. COULD BUT MIKE IT THREE Brooklyn Lost to the Senators in the "Wind-Up. NORTON WON HIS OWN GAME 'Shef" Pitched Steadily and Was Very Handy "With tlie Bat A Grcnt Tlirow toy Fielder Joiiom, "Which Completed n Double Pluy ut the Plate. L. Pet. 0 1.000 Baltimore.... 3 Cincinnati 3 Louisville 2 Brooklyn 2 Pittsburg 1 St. Louis 1 Washington.. 1 Cleveland.... 0 Chicago 0 New York... 0 Boston 0 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .666 1 ,500 1 .500 2 .333 2 .000 3 .000 3 .000 4 .000 m YESTEItDAY'S RESULTS. "Washington, 8; Brooklyn, O. Louisville, i); Cleveland, 3. Baltimore, 7; Boston, 1. Philadelphia, 12; Xew York, 4. St. Louis, 5; Pittsburg, ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE 3IOI?jyiyG TIMES, SJJffDAX, APEIL 25, 189?. rcn?: i CAPITAL CITY sj ATHLETES The 1st day of Slay will this year see the rowing teason on our river la lull blast a little later than usual, but the " best that can be dune, became of the con tinuance of the chilly weather, with high winds ami ever recurring ralus. The boathouses of the Columbias, Ana lostans and Potomacs hae been open and In shape for several weeks, and from the former tAo beveral crew-, have been out taking exercise preliminary to the regular opening of the season The Columbia oars men liave been especially active, and on last Sunday had out a ten-oared luirge, nu "'eight" and a "foui" and several pleasure boats and as many more will go out today. From the- ver large number of new members in this club, many of whom are anxious to row and -will make good men, it is more than likely that the Winjred Arrow" will .ee a very active and succvsrul season and in 6hdpe by the time the annual Totomac River regatta Is at han...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE M6fclKa TIMijJS, SUNDAY, APRXD 25, 1897. 6 tSKmejsy (MOKXIXQ, EVEXIXO AXD SUNDAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Coy HUTCHINS BUILDING, IsOKTjrnAST COltrfEU Tksth and D Sts. Telephones Editorial Booms, 4S1. Business Ofllcc. 1611). KEff YORK OFHCE, 2003 TKACT BUILDING. Price Morning r Evening Edition. One Cent Sundav Edition Tlirco Cents Monthly, by Carrici Morning and Sunday Thlrty-fivo cents Juvenilis: Thirty cents Morning 1 Evening and FIFTY OEXTS Sunday. J BY WAIL POSTAGE PREPAID. Morning, Evcniug and Sunday. Mo Morning and Sunday 3"iC Evening aud Sunday. 33c Circulation Statement. r The circulation of line Times for the iceek ending Saturday, April 24, 1897, teas as follows: Saturday, April 17.'. 3S.148 Sunday, AjyrillS 23,357 Monday. April 19 3G.857 Tuesday, April 20 37,421 Wednesday, April 21 37,291 Thursday, April 22 37.840 Friday, April 23 .. 39.131 Saturday, April 2i 38,301 Total 2S3.949 Daily arerupe (Sunday, 23,957, ex cepted) 37,8oC WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, APRIL 25. The Full of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOBNI-PTG TIMES, SU3TPAT, APRIL 25, .JL89itJ & V iru. L PLEA FOR LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. Aui a History of Tlieir Kelnttons to Industry, Society and Government. Fourth Payer. ' The success of tlie American Revolution jfave great encouragement to the down trodden people of all nations, and the -working people of Eugland especially built up t great liopes upon tlie result of It. But tlie reactionary tendencies which forced tlie revolution upon tlie American people, nnd which sought to supplant the free principles of the revolution of 1688 by the tyranny and corruption of the Stuarts, liad full swing in the government of England. The'leaslintelligent, the prouder and more .obstinate of the nobility and traders were In control. .Notwithstanding the govern ment was In the hands of their most un yielding enemies, the working people were .able to foim organizations, thqugh notable to Increase or even maintain their wages, . jivlitcti often had to be supplemented by parish allowances to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

3 " - -f 8 THE MOKKlTSTGr TIMES,. SU yfifY? APBIli 25, 1897. ' ""' iKf'r"" 1 Lansburgh & Bro. J WE'RE STRONG ON WRAPPERS AND SKIRTS. The manufacturers tell us wfe sell more Wash Wrappers and Skirts than any two houses in Washington. Using such quan tities jrivcs us inside prices, and these concessions we allow to you. This Elegant Wrapper, $1.98. Made of the best quality per cale, in all the newest effects of Light Blue, Green and Helio trope, tight-fitting lining to the waist, Princess backs, full front with wide girdles, trim med with three rows of Novel ty Braid, forming Bolero Jackets, very stylish and dressy, mando lin sleeves, turnover collar, ex tra wide skirt, full length, with deep hem. Sizes 32 to 46, For $1.98. This Perfect-fitting Skirt.S1.25 Made of fine quality Seer sucker, in Blue and Gray, with deep flounce finished with rows of cording and White Wash Braid. Gored at the top on a French 3'oke, with draw string. Length, 38, 40 and 42. Special price, - $1.25.1 If y...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

-BycT-rngc-waRwa' v-iffw mnyfiw wvr9'-ju!!&ikm" g'4- ikg,: THE MOTJNlKa TO SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1397. Ml 0(& - JJetal Beds rrom fuch a stock as we cairy aou aie Mire to ue cuttori Wr. nrrpr vnu a S1U htyle, Willi Inabs rails aniiintmiungs.inuH tau, lor ': Chamber Suites. In solid Oak, with beveled mirror. From .! gaby Carriages. The largest variety ci.n.n in tiiirn. and C- lccfcud Stum Uie three best j parasols. From Sideboards. Think of having 75 dif ferent fctvles to select from tome "of them special patterns. From Toilet Sets. Large size, handsomely "decorated. A line of bargains from parlor Tables. New stvles. in all the woods, at all prices. We make- the Mart with an Oak one. ill' $0 7C Dtlfi I J tir SI.00 $!.e or effi5(5ssEec-''o-ee2-c3 THE HEW CII1 TARIFF Liable to Seriously Affect Trade With the United States. A STEP TOWARD FREE TRADE Sriie Advantage of tlie Lower Jliities "Will 2sot, However, He intended to CouutriCN Which Maintain Hbxli TnrJff "Willis Aguinst tlie Pro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOBNTKTa TEVIES, SUNDAY, APREL 25, 1897. 10 MUNYON'S Hundreds of Cures of Seem ingly Inourable Cases Reported. Treated "Without Charge by Muuyo.-'.. Stuff of li-reitPIijhleinns at Ills 13tli St. Office Last "Week. Generating Currents of Life nnd llich, Rod Hlood In the Exhausted Systems of the Nervous, Pain t Ituched and Fugod-Out. CATARRH AND ASTHMA Eradicated From the System, and All Throat and T-tuig: Dlstahes Cured by Jlunyon's E CHAMBER. ir you arc afnictcd with a disease that has clung to you for years, that has been doctored and doted upon old-fashioned principles and that has been declared In curalile, don t give up hope, Muuyon Is literally performing miracles -with such dis eases every day The most fctubborn and tenacious forms of rheumatism, catarrh, dyspepsia and liver or kidney troubles yield to the gentle potency of Muuyon'B ilome Remedies and the bcientlfic method of Muuyonb system of treatment. Have .You Tested Munyon's Electrical Machine? Have rou a pain or an a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

-S!5Ss,5Sr THE MOKNENO- TIM"Efe,: SUKDAT, APHXL 25, 1S97. 11 TTKT.T "WANTED MAU3. "WANTED Young man a& card writer. Aniily at the bicro before 10 o'clock Mon day. M- GULDENUERG. WANTED loung men desirous or Jearn lnc tclcgraimy and nualirylng for posi tions as railroad and commercial telegraph WANTED -Energetic young man of neat appearance: Kod paying position for rlgl t'larty: ca I Monday morning, 9 o clock 6o0 13th s nw.. 2d floor. up25-2t WANTED A wliitc lioy to tlrlvc and take care or Dorse: give age and rormer em ployment. Addles K- Y., thib ori.ee. a"p2o-3t WANTED 50 voung men for C. M. C. s DiamuUo Club. Address COLUMBIA MIDMGWTCLUB, 337 Mo. avc. nw. It WANTED -A Koodorfics bay; $2 per week. S. F..UH3 ornci. np21-3l-em WANTED Partner la show business, with ?3U0. 227 Fa. ave. nw. np2l-3t "FOR KENT" cards, la plenty, at Busi ness OSTice.or The Times,; 5 centa each. up21-tf. Hliu.!1 ""ANTED KKMAI-K. WANTED -Young lady to assist in mas- sag-; business: good wages, call after ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOHNTNO- TIMER, SUNDAY, APHID 25, 1897. is CHANGING TIME. Everybody is changing or getting ready to change to lighter wearing apparel. WJ3 are ready to supply any a&nd all of the wants of the men folks. Have the largest and best assortment of the newest and best styles of Sack SSt Sat Combination Suits. coats "& VESTS Troula' bults' Bicycle Sweaters- . Golf Men's Suits. and Hose. Caps. Hats. Boys' Children's Children's Men's Hats. Clothing. Furnishings Shoes. Spring Colored Light Boys' Neckwear Shirts. Underwear. Shoes. And sell them for as little or less than any one else in America gets for goods of equal value. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th and F Streets KS GREAT OPPORTUNITY REDUCED FROM 850,000 to $3,500 LARGE HALL AND Store Building EDWIN A. NEWMAN, Every Printing Piant in theDlBtrlclouRhtto bo operat ed b electric power, not only be cause it lb cleaner, eater, more re liable, lesb tioublesume, buti6 ACT UALLY CUKArER tlian 6team or any otlier power It requires no ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

Shoe. mbe fsmw Pages to TVASHITSraTOsr, STJJSTDAX SIOENING, APKIL 25, 1897. Itgj iMMBffiJLi"M ' ' ' tff Ciffl WajULJiL t'"" tlTifMSi :::::: :::::::: :::::: WAY BALL SLIPPERS.-We supply most of them. Any color not on hand g ; ' ' extra cost. Pushing Shoe Business. We are pushed for shelf-room. To secure the lowest possible prices we had to buy many of our shoe lines in quantities that can generally only be used by wholesalers. We are compelled to increase our phenomenally large output and we'll do it by selling some of our Hues for a few days at even less than wholesaler's prices. fi9c AT THESE PKICES. ONLY FOR Monday, Tuesday and "Wednesday. Lndls' $1.25 Kid Hoots, Button or Laced medium or narrow toes, with patent leather tins, rou tiiki:e days, 3 Days 'Duly l:iaich' i Aicn's tan and hlack .Full length "bike i'ggins. 50c .Ladles' kid-lined hand-sewed Serge House Slippers. 95c 60c Chtidrcn'H black or tan Spring Heel 4iui utile lluMon. Blze5 to 8. liiuliN' SI .50 Oxford Tie., Made or...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOENING Tllfej, SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1897, 14 it I : (SS3S3SSS33SS'SSGt5iXDi 1 7h$ "&mm feb3SSSSSXI&3S'SS There aie visions of loveliness in the shape of gowns, Uie like at which we anay uevei hope to possess, hut which, nevertheless, serve to put us in an ai tistic name of mind just as one who lias accustomed his eye to nothing out good picluies for a mm son acquirer a sense of the beautiful in natuie and alt -ninth he -would never attain by the ron ieuiplation of 1nd chionios or distorted drawings. Aflei Ut iirst qualms of envy .anil covet ousuess have been oonqueied it is easy to see in the simple mnteiialb -within our acach possibilities of adoption and vari ation which would never oecurlo the .mind of one wite liasnot studied gowns tiiat juc liopelessly beyond J each. at is with thisidca in view that 1 piesent you with a description of seme gowns that .aie being piepured for a May ball -hicdi isto takeplaccin a mostnnomaloiis manner on the 3Cth of April. This anachroni...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE mORNlGr TJ!ME5.ffsg-yDA.Y, -APRlL 25, 1897. 13 fl IDE L '-1 li ,- m rni Tjr 1 - 'Z- "1-r '' ' 'lmi2-ll2mmmmmm -t--'S--t iP 'J " " T" mmmamimimm a il W K"mmmm' SHE-BHAeBEITI! ASLEEP Miss Annie Rossman a Most Re marlial)le Somnambulist. LIFE OF STRANGE ADVENTURE Her Incursions Are Always Made . VliJIe She Is Clad In a Nitfit Dre.-s and "Without Shoes or Stoelt- jUR(, HatulciiffK and Chains Fail to Keep Iler Indoors. A pretty girl is now being treated at the Ararahoc county hospital in Denver, who has broken tin' record in somnambu libin. Iler name in Aimie Rossman, and during lier excursions wliile asleep she lias leea Tescued from injury or deatli by the police nioie than 150 times. Bolts, bars, Handcuffs, and chains all failed to keep her within her room, and clad in her night TOte, she has roamed the streets or .Denver night after night. Everything possihlcwab doni' to cure the voting woman of her strange mania but to no purposf until she was placed in the hospital where she ba...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOBNINGL TIMS.STTNDAT, APRIL 25, 1897. ' 16 Columbia Lyceum Stock, in Mrs. Bur net's "Fn.st Gentleman of Europe" To night Bronislaw Hubcrman. National 'Tudd'nhead Wilson." Lafayette "Queen's Lace Handker chief ' Grand "Cuba's Vow." Academy "Trip to Chinatown." Bijou Chicago All-Star Vaudeville Com pany Lvceum Black Crook Company. "While the blossoms on the bushes and trees are opening up business Tor the sum mer the theaters are preparing to emulate their example, and they are doing what tliey evi to prepare for the hot days of May, June, and July The Lafaette is already In the field with an opeia company, which needs no apology if they but ke?p up their present pace The pabt week's busmess was as batlfa.Hory as could have been desired aud the audiences who had come and de posited their bargain prices felt that they had received heaping measure in return. The women of the company are especially strong They are all attractive personally and bin: with oices of excellent caliber On...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

i THE MOKNING TOlfESUKDAY, APRIL 25, 1897 i . WBRAWtt sSbrmi The mustciansof Washington, tlioscarfili atctl with organized labor, are a queer lot Each ami every one of them, it is raid. Is an artUtln his own special line: still there seems to be a total lack of harmony amoug them. ThlB statement may seem paradoxical: nevertheless, it reports are coirect,. it is true, as is evidenced by the two organizations uiuiuUUued by the local musical fiatoruity. It must lie said, to the credit of the two local organizations of musicians, that their troubles are their own and they never at tempt to embroil the members or any of the other numcrouslabor organizations into them. The division in thelt ranks wax oa matters of principle, and not the result of personal differences of opinion on matters concerning ways and means of the ad vancement of individual interest. As a matter of fact.it Is mid the rock on which thoy split was considered equally danger ous by all, and it was the course to be purs...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

iV THE MOJROT2TG TIME, SUKDAY, APKIL 25, 1897. IS ANOTHER TICHBORNE 11 Rumor of His Discovery in an Australian Asylum. EFFORTS FOR HIS RELEASE The Interesting History of the An cient Tlchbortie -Estates In Enu land, Dating Hach to Saxon U'juies The Legend of Lady Mabel. Her Prophecy Partially Fulfilled. The rumor comes from Australia that the lost Lieut. Tichborne lias been dis covered hi the Paramatta Insane Asylum, and that steps have already been tnken'to procure his release, In order that lie may proceed to England nnd claim bis estate. While It is extremely improbable that the real Roger Charles Tichborne lives, or tliat u tsecond impostor will risk the punish ment meted out to Arthur Oiton twenty two years ago, ttie rumor revives a sin gular legend which has been current in the family for many generations. The ancient manor of Tichborne lies near Winchester, the county seat or Hamp shire, an lipls-copal city, the originof which is lest in the fables of tradition. It was once t...

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