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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 May 1897

5- Yt?y&v?&&&p t (,iC--S-J3Nto-JS&K- -s? S55ST-Jl- -" -V--' i . ' THE .HOlWyiNa TIMES, iSAURDAY, MAY c 1897. MONEY WANTED AXD. TO LOA,- H. K. FULTON'S l,oaa.otCi03. IUIB Fa. are, nw., money loanudon wutcnes. diamonds, .Jewelry, silver ware, eta nplO-Om LOANS MADE ONAFPEO VED COLLAT :ral, such as life policies, blocks. bonds, building association t-hnres, syndicate cer tificate, otc No delay. YERKE3 & BAKER, nio F at. Ta ke elevator. tf WANTED To" borrow $5,000 on church property la Dtfctrictof Columbia, valued at 518,000; insured Tor S 12,000. Address CHURCH liAN, Uiis office. niy0-3t MONEY TO LOAN-Prom S5 to $50, to reliable parties? no collateral required. Room 8, Ceutrul Bldg, Oth uutl 1'a. ave. my 3-7 t,c .- ' LOANS MAPI! ON FURNITURE. nouses. ET.C. Loins mafle on Furniture, Fjanos, lloraes. Wagons, etc. at lowest, rntoa ud quickest possible rime. Strictly confidential. Please call berore securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTUAUE LOAN CO.. oiv j birut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 May 1897

j;-ss."r?r-'SSS--'stsg'HTs;tt-4s -V '"r--Jif5cfc'gsji-'i!egg rmy2w? - THE MOBKINGr TIMEfr, SATUKDAY, MAT 8, J 897. 8 1 1 ''-Trpe-i -23g; l " ' I , , w CVCRl Wearing--apparel ueedol . boys can be properly attended to HERE, and to better advan tage than elewhere, too. Ours is the largest and most complete stock of Boys' and Children's Clothing, Boys' and Children's Hats, Boys' and Children's Shoes, Boys' and Children's Furnishings, in town. All strictly reliable qualities, too. (No doubtful values here.) Special for TODAY Some broken lots of Children's Short Pants Suits, which have been $2.50, S3. 00, $3.25 and $3.50, for $1 95 an( some which have been $3.75, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 for $2.95 r TODAY ONLY. ROSINSMCHERY CO Clothes, Furnlshlncs, Hats, Shoes, 12th and FSts. N.W. ' i-i-.i-i.iiai-i-.i-.i-.i--ig-.i-.i-.i-. .i m Mwmmwlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlwmmmmmmmmmmmm . , .A.I3----- "" W " S- -KS' v- W -H&r -ysr -. -mr -. -wr -Vc &r y w -r - -- I fSta RES I -? k -gQRmeti City Br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

v -3&-v-vsjs.'. The Circulation of THE TIMES Testerday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. twe For the District of Columbia and Mary land, fair Sunday, Increasing cloudiness Sundaynight; -wanner; southwesterly winds. 'Bli't'jIHI llllTf IttJWiU JUlMUIHt COPIES. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1897 TWENTY PAGES. NO. 1,146. THEEE CENTS. -WS&jT OS"! " r IBbe & 1111111 MWmflMm&mmm ttsmBaamspm&&3W GREECE READ1fT0 HEM Announces Her Willingness to Withdraw From' Crete. ' THE POWERS NAME TERMS They "Will Mediate Between Her and Turkey yn the Condition That Slic Confides Her Interest to Them Greece Huh Not Yet Ac eeited This Proposition. London, May 8. A dlspatchfrom Athens to the Central.News s.iys that Greece has notified the powers that she would recall her officers and sappers from Crete, und promised to gradually wltlidraw all her troops from the island with as brief delay as was possible. Tlie powers, thereupon, offered to mediate between lurund Turkey, on condition ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

-5?-gp?jijsppw - - rj -w v&if'SP'- " THE MORNING Tf.EIjLES, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1897. W&WM&M&WMSWM SBBHHBHR9H RHBHBUB m Of The store where I We daily prove our claim 1 of selling the best ' Clothing in Washington. Every garment is made in our own factory in. New York. Every garment 13 sold with our guarantee as to quality, style and wear. In every case we refund the money without question when it is desired. We want j-ou as customers for years not for one time. We have no dissatisfied customers. Sale of Hen's Fine Suits at $9.75. This exceptional opportunity continues. "We are selling a selection nin. p t" (from regular stock) .of $12.50 and $15 Spring and Summer Suits at this mfa o reduced price. These are splendid values,. a m By this time you know the quality and absolute correctness in cut and make of our regular stock of summer suits. If 'ou are a stranger to this store, a visit will convince you. Every suit is our own make sold with our own guarantee. $7.50. $9.50, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

'tZ -T.-g-- 55 virtk- - H- H V THE MOB N Pre TIM35r;SJPPAY, MAT 9, 189T. iiHUwt!i Goldsnterg's Store News. 1-da Silk Gh'iceSj S pieces figured printed India Silks. Jajunwf an u..u ,,a"i silk the verv newest and most de sirable patterns and color combinations-Heliotrope, garnet, greeu, navy, etc. -'3 to 24 inches wide and especially suitable for waists ha.c been 39c. Cho.ce, one dav, 27c Natural color Pongee sill; very lustrous nud washable. Will go for one day at 2lc a yard. M-lnch black Japanese silk Ljons' dye exceedingly cool lor waists a splendid quality to go for a day at 35c a yard Colored Taffetaline an all-silk fabric, so a cry much used for foundations beneath sheer dress stuTfs in violet, lavender, peagretu, sapphire and cardinal for a day, 35c a a:d. Plain black satin Duchesse, with Tlch, elegant luster which gener ally sells for 75 c to go for a day at oUj ,i ar. 45-inch black silk Grenadine, In the handsomest patterns to go for a tlay at 66c a yard. Summer Dress Fabrics...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

si.''3'V : v.-ivj . 'JV-- VP7g.JJi JL-tir-SrB?-S fewwiSS THE MOBN1NG TI'MJJS, SUNDAY, MAY 1897. fSZ"" 9, , K B $8, $10, and $12 1 Suits for $7.25 $10, $12,. and $15 Suits for $9.25 'r .'iJl if $ : : s i UR Special Suit Sale has met with such success that we have decided to continue it this week-, Jtfut ior a ror- tunate purchase of a special lot of Men's Spring- Suits we couldn't possibly have of- W fered such remarkahle values. The Suits are iu this Spring's "latest j styles smart-looking-Tweeds, Cheviots and Fancy Mixtures, and even at regular prices $ are splendid values. You can- take your A choice of those that sell regailarlj' at S3, $10 X and $12, for J' S7.25 I tYou can take j-our choice of those that sell reg-ularlj- 9 at $10, $12 and $15, for . t $9,25 I Parker, Bridget & Co., f Clothiers, 315 7th St. t EILLY CLEARED THE BASES With (he Corners Filled, Charley Hit a Homer. HARD LUCK STREAK BROKEN KInhednnz, Boston's Crack Eeft Ilander, Was Very "Wild and Er ratic, and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

THE aiOBNlKQ- TlH,ES5rjgUpY, MAY 9t 1897. 1 Main Office, 652 I'cnna. Ave. iahomcthe- PIEl The rain of last Sunday played havoc with the plane of the various c cling clubs for their Sunday runs. Though there -was little acrual rala during the day, the downpour of Saturday night made the roads practically Impassable for a bicy tle, so theTiders had to confine themselves to "asphalt" runs. The race meets at International rark en the 22d and SOth of this month continue to "be the principal topic of interest among wheelmen generally. The meet on the 22d lias been arranged by Its managers for the purpose of getting a line on the men who are to ride this J ear, nd incidentally to obtain some idea of -what may be expected of them at the big Decoration Day meet. The program for the meet on the 22d has not been fully arranged as yet, but it is known that nearly all of the speedy men of the District, as well as several visitors, will compete. C. M. McKenzle, the L. A. W. consul of Charlottesvi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

a TS&3S .? a" - '1"?V 4' s K-v KpZ. "" . ' ,A- 6 fHB MOB19TNG- TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 3897. -s-"85-e'- 8Smcj5 (MORKIHC, EV2HING AlfD S0I?DAY.) Br THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, STILSOIf HuTCHIITS, Presidents HUTCI1INS BUILDING. rew York Offlc;: 2000 Tract Bulldlnc. " SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 2IONTIIZ.Y. 11 v CAnniEn: Morning, Kvenlug anil Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents liveclngand Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng.Eveningand Sunday, $6.00 Three Months " " " " 1.50 One Year. Morningand Sunday......... 4.00 1 tree Month? " " l.Si One Year, Evening and Sunday..,. 4.00 Three Months " " " 1.23 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Teleiuioxes: editorial Rooms, iSO; Basl cess Office, 1643. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Turns for the eeefc ended Saturday, May S, 1897, was as follows: Sunday, May 2 23.79G Monday. May 3. .. 33,120 Tuesday May 4 38,192 WednesiJay, May 5 37,102 Thursday, M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

?5!?iipiH rr &-?SZ&1W:&'Z'Z?ii'V" : IT- $& J' Kg"' JC? 3C,ilX'fzP us Tp ,vr7 "p1" ,syw THE MORNING TIMES? SUNDAY, MAT 9; 1897. THE POSTAL CONGRESS "What Has Been anil Is to Be Ac complished by the Nations. MR. KASSON'S GREAT SERVICES A History of tlie First International ConirrcKR uud Wliut It Has Led Up To Uniform Pobtnl Hates Es- tublihhedllie Jinny Jinprove- uientH "Wlilcli Are Necesbnry. Although to Germany belongs the honor 'bt calling the first postal conference, which xebulfniin forming a universal postal union, the Uuited btates can Justly claim to have been the pioneer In international postal reforms, and at the first conference, held at her request at Paris in the spring of 1363, to have opened the way for the (splendid accomplishments in the improve ments of the postal laws that ha e marked the last tluity-five years. In view of the fact th.it the fifth Con gress is now In session hcic the &tory of that first conference cannot fail to he of Interest. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

?Ui",i5i'?"'t' -, "- V ' ,. T - - THE MOENING TIMES, &BtNPAY,'MAY 9, 1897. ! - TOriORROW'S SHOPPERS Will find these two Items of special Interest, as they are sold for much less than their regular values. The Wrapper Is made extra full and well fin ished. The Skirt is extra full at the bottom. THIS WRAPPER, $1.19. This perfect- flttlngr Wrap per is made of fine per cale, in beau tiful shades of blue, pink and gray, with separ ate body lin ing to the waist; wat t e a u back, full front. with a fancy bolero jacket, neatly trtonied with braid; the new sryle sleeve, turn-over col lar, extra wide skirt, full length. Sizes, 32 to 46. Regular price, $1.50. Special Price, $1.19. j ARE YOU TO BE MARRIED? We engrave Wedding Invitations In good form for less than an engraver would charge you, but in the very best manner. Give us a chance to give you an estimate. We also engrave your name and fifty cards for 86 cents. Work guaranteed to be the very best. 420, 422, 424, 426 Saventli Street. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

--'W.(fj,V--,?! if'-".-- t?V ---- -y .,,5?ps9i-",q!,-3r! J5-vsl5n."i?rgi' THE MOROTNXyTIMES, SUNDAY, MAX 9, I89T. 9 YON MDXXON'S LIFE CHAMBER. MUN It Reaches This Destructive and Deadly Disease, Which Annually Destroys Thousands of Precious Human Lives. Is the Appliance Depended on to Perform This Benef icent Service for Sufferers from Consumption. IT HAS NEVER FAILED It (jives Some Measure of Relief, and in the Cure of Bronchial Catarrh One of the Forms of Consumption Throat and Lung Troubles of Any Kind Catarrh and Asthma It Is a Wonder Worker. "When consumption lias got Its destroying grip on a human life It very rarely lets go, notwithstanding tlie fact that the heartless and unprincipled, throimh aarlce and hope of pain, ore ready and willing to hum out ialteand deludve hopes to those ufrceted with it. In Munyon's Remedies, as applied thiougb the agency of Munyon's Life Chamber, Is found the nearest approach to a consumption cure yet discovered. Prof. Munyon believes that scien...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

"ssS-yr "iff)nr?-l V-T" p "&jf St ' "--- t u- r ;. ; y 10 Take Advantage Before the New Tariff Goes into Effect. We have just cleaned out an elegant line of Fancy Worsted Suitings, compris ing pin-checks, silk mix tures, broken checks, and neat plaids. This class of goods is used only by fine custom tailors. Suits MA AA to measure, vViVv Good value at $40.00. MONEY REFUNDED if garments are not satisfactory Samples and Self-measurement guide sent free of charge. Open Evenings Until 9 o'clock. 941 Pa. Ave. N. W. FREES SAMPLES OF WAIFOLE'S ELK LITMIJl WILL BE GIVEN AWAY FREE THIS WEEK FROM W. S. THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE, 703 15th Street, and MERTZ'3 MODERN PHARMACY, 1 1 th and F Streets. FINANCIAL. j AMERICAN SECURITY j g AND TRUST CO. Money to Loan. Tills company has money to loan on listed collateral securities at lowest rate or interest. C. J. BELL, President. Sg)SSSGSSSSSSSSS)GXi0S6 The National Safe Deposit, Savi ngs and Trust Company Of the District of Columbia CORNER 1BTU ST. A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

" 's"c"j,-?g?ssr,s '?&- THE MOKNXNQ TlMftS, jgtfrTDAY, MAY 9, 1897. U !5S55S8SS5rS? -i HKT.1? WANTED MALE. WANTED Young men to learn telegraphy ' attheRaliroadand Commercial Telegraph School, 2(11 J) st. biv,; open day and night; terms to students commencing now, full, complete, unlimited -course, S20, or $6 per month; typewriting free. !' TWELVE homes nw seven ne.; five 6C., and seven out of the city; good wages. MRS. MOORE, 300 G st. nvr. my0-3t WANTED An experienced man to take agency for good fire insurance company for D. C Audrcss FIRE INSURANCE, this office. my9-3t WANTED Two good real estate salesmen; " those familiar with the suburbs pieferretl. Room 5. McGill Building. It ,Saij1sSM.b.a u.ouihiippiiei; country work; 5100 -salary monthly; with liberal addi tional commissions. R. O EVA KB & CO , Chicago. my2-4tr.sun WANTED By industrious boy of 15, place to lea in bakery business. Address 1520, Itosedale. my5,7,9 WANTED -Boiler compound salesmen; best compound on the m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

-;-.-- sjS-y?-.-! - -t-i v,. TIJE MOENI55 TtlsrPA MAY 9, 1897. 12 3c-. V fe--J-&" Bicycle Suits. A choice line of them dif ferent from what you'll see else where BETTER Better fab rics, better tailoring-, more style to them, and unlike most others, thej fit. Prices, $4, S5, 56, 7.50, SS.50, $10, S12.50, S15. A big- variety in each grade all new, too. Also all of the proper st3'les and qualities in SWEATERS, HOSE, CAPS, BELTS and BI CYCLE SHOES at exceedingly low prices less than you'd think when you examine the gualities. ROBINSON & CHI Clothes, Furnish insri, Eats, Shoes, 12th and FSts. N.W. fl "VW want you to remember the number of thin new btore of ourt t hut's hy Ave ure selling $12 unci $15 Summer Sultb for $9.23 Better get your Rult tomorrow while sizew are complete. M. Dyrenforth & Co., 20th Centurv Clothiers, 923 Perma. Ave. N. W. City Brevities. Chief Justice Bingham yesterday sen tenced Ernest Fox to eighteen mouths in the New Jersey penltenUary, he naming been...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

nai i Wmit$ Pages H to WASHXtfGTOiN", SUISTDAX MORNINGr, MAY 9, 1897. -si - .... i -'- :::::::::::::::::: '' m . A1AV BALL AND COMMENCEMENT FOOTWEAR-Probably more than half the participants in these occasions are shod by us; our variety and prices explain "why." Busy May Shoe Days! Despite the frequent showers, we were almost overrun with buyers all last week. The cause is our unusually large and well selected shoe variel at very unusual prices. This week will prove, if anything, even more at tractive. These are but a few of the offerings that will make it so: Ladies' $2 Brown Oxford Ties This We:k at $1.25. A lucky purchase brought these exceptionally weii made Shoes into our house. They are made on the new "dime" and "quarter" toes. AH sizes and widths. Our "Ever-bright' Tan Shoes. Ladles' "Everbrlght" Tan Boots; hand-sewed, welt or turn soles; all the popular shapes, $2.50 a Pair. If you want the most comfort able ami most Mitisfaetory Tun Shot", try those inailii of our II? Vil....

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

. T., TTn M 14 THE MOCKING " "imESSTODAfr. MAT 9, 189T. rpre- "- i i - .( . if.." mfl M-y H!TrTMMTTr17l'TTTOMBg3HMCnrTIBMHMHBi mmsammVVW 1H8HMM WEsBBBBaMsmmMx AAA rwM wWWWb IgteiBbM V V" Y Y II LADY WASHINGTON. One of "the most interesting books of Teuent publication is Anne Hdliingbwortb Wharton's "Martha Washington." which is a Iltcompaiilon piece to Woodrow "Wilson's biography of George "Washington. The wile oT our first Preadcnt was long l.nown as -Lady Wabhingtou" In the .simple hut btately speech of our grandfathers. Tlie title oflady meant a great deal In those days, and Martha Wabhington was the sort o woman to whom thib title seemed exactly appropriate. There "were women in those days, as there have always been, -who were of unusual intellectual gifts, and who had a man-like rasp of affairs, but "Sirs. "Washington "was not one of them. Her fame was derived simply and solely Ironi that of her husband. She was a sweet, sincere, bome-loing woman, and one of her nieces bears te...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

j$jsr'-' -r3IT?'J '' - V- n" 'it ? 1r fZzZ- 'Zg' ts 'W7 -- THE MORNING TOfiSS;! S.U'tf-DAY, MAY 9f 1897. 15 --i?f- THE WOMAN OF FASHION. The Wheel woiuuu'a Duty to X.ook Her Bet on the Wheel. New York, May S.-Thc other day 1 heard n man hay to liin wife- "Would you like to look like that woman?" That woman" was a feminine cyclist who had not given sufficient thought, to her appearance on the wlicl, and at. 1 looked down the long btretch ot River side Diive, that ruinous wheelmen's thor oughfare or New York city, I lercched that she was far from being the only -woman thus, neglectful of the first article in the feminine code- Yet it is thlb very thins that deters many a would-be cyclist from adopting Hie wheel as a means of locomotion as vcll as of pleasant exercise. A regular cycling habit Is a necessity, and the sooucr the wheclvroman comes to a realizing sense of this lact the bettei for the continued popularity of the wheel In feminine circles. Women, as u class, are not going to...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

Jl - V " W - -V' 16 THE MOBJraEGK TIMES, SUNDAY, MAT 03 1897. yMrt H?';S?"Jr -Fki-f ''W' y:-V-r-JSV'5-.,-g' Jj HB5Ke955S2 .sssBijBgy i""- flflfiSK -fJISS'IBE. sSEsaE s w wffl Columbia Touight, last American con cert of Hroalslaw Uuherman; Monday, The Madrid; Tuesday, Carroll Institute Dra matic Club in "David Garrick;" Saturday, Jonnie Juniors in "Mikado." National Stuart Robson, in "The Juck iins." Lafayette " Erminic." " Academy -"The Lost Paradise." Grand Black Patti Troubadours. Bijtui "Confederate Spy." Kentan's-City SiKirts. The National will take up, the thread of ts season tomorrow night after having been dark Tor a week. Itis good policy to elosf h house when no attraction up to standard i to be bad. The National will profit on the losses' of last week. Had they kept open it Mould necessarily have lee:i with a performance below ils Mislained trade. Had performances drive people away from Uie theater into other channels of amnse ment Just as a good performance stimulates int...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

'i ?."r-?g- , .-""jj.-Sf o sjr j?'n''i?-ifJWsssTtK sjESSfSKXt " ? jT"- THE MOEJSTffGr TIMES, SUNDAY, MAT 9, 1S97. IT - r tiO- X W 'fiiliik iliD - The strained relations which have ex isted among Uic leaders of tlie different , factions of organized labor in tbc Dis trict lor a year or more have been for tome time pasta matter of serious consid eration by men 'prominent in local labor circles. In fact, it may be tald that ttie subject fs one of deep concern to tbe executive officers of the national bodies to which the several local bodies belong. What the remote causes of the local dif ferences are, or who or what faction is either remotely or Immediately responsible "for the present condition of affairs, is now being Investigated by those who, it is said, an endea'iorlng to formulate M)ine scheme to bring about a reconciliation among the different factions The differ ences, it is said, are as much the result of personal likes and dislikes among the leaders as to a difference of opin...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

''&- j"$ ?'. -" 'vBe!rfr' ? -"' i- ? ' tp1 - ',!33SK " " -W (,-iTi: 18 THE JMOBNiaTQ' TIMES, glim PAY, MAY 9, 1S97. wj, - szr -siig r ODD STORM THE DM The Adventure of a Midshipman in ilie Old Navy. WHERE AMERICAN PLUCK TOLD A DarJng Rescue Dennito a Hoat Loud of Pirates Some Xew No tions, of 3J. Quad The Arizona, Jvleber and Mr. Ilowzer-A l?oor Shot. Tlic American man-of-war Mulmwk lay rocking ialv on the water close in under the sliorcb of San Domingo. It bad been a warm, "sultry day. but now as twilight bucceeucd a glorious sunset, a light breeze fanned tSie heated brows of the men who were lounging about the deck. Capt Moigan, the commander, was pac ing the quaiter-deck, fretting over the forced inactivity He had pursued a pirat ical schooner, which had been preying on our merchantmen, to thou waters., but the pirate had escaped lam. The captain felt certain, however, that his piey lay in one of thiMiuuifciuus coves nearby, lidden from prying eyes by the towering crags with ...

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