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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

THE MORNING- TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. Hniii .r. r MEMBERS OF THE UNION jLaesl)yrgli& At tho Con Mnrcho iro; This Wrapper Only w 97c. This elegant Tjght-fit-tingWrapper, made up in beautiful dark Per sian effects, perfect imi tation of challie, in stripes and figures, made with wide ruffle front and back over, shoulders, full front from collar, giving a loose effect, belted in with girdle, watteau plaited back, large leg o'mutton sleeves, turn over collar and cuffs. All sizes in stock. 60 inches in length. Very full skirt with deep hem. Special price.. 97c Tlicrc is no concern anywhere that elves its patrons better Wrap per values than ivc. The fit and the finish of our Wrappers a surely nearly perfect the style is the very newest the sleeve tho fullest and a far as the mako iocs, vc guarantee tha- Out-of-the-city People can order by mail. I 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St f i 6 .OUS & Keepers Take The prices quoted below are good only until 6 p. m. to-night. Ever- price...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

6 THE MORNING- TIDIES, SATUR-DAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1595. Such 'S Low Prices are wonderfully attract ive. The price of materi als is going up steadily. WTe could not offer such )rices now if we had not made purchases ahead. Our net fall slock is suer&; handsome and well wW? suiles of fur ni lure Jhr pariar, library and dining room, bedroom zae never sitmocd finer goods We bought before the rise in prices and we are giving our customers the benefit 3011 will do well to take advantage of this. Our carpets are so nu merous a-ttd delightfully varied that it is a puzzle to scteet the prettiest. We have all makes and quali ties. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Streets. ARE YOU ! Going to Louisville wtli the Veterans? For if 3ou are you want to look trim and soldierly -ou don't want to feel ashamed of 3'our suit. We have a very special G Ao Ro Suit we are offering- special in cut special in quality special in price strictly Ail-Wool, Cloth finish, in-dig-o dye, with two sets of "buttons, excel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

TJBLE SIOBSTINGr TIMES. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1895, firm Pfflsnf er JOB belli Word Tvoadi cnivea.cnt Icss.hanlOa One Cent A o advertisement Jcsa "than 1 0 OOB 0S!)l woerd No advertisement less than 10 8 no Piairt fra No advertisement le-n than 10 lee Osnl PH WTO ro advertisement Ic&s than 10s. OllG OOllf Word No advertisement less than 10a. Doe Gent & NoadvortlJctnantlosj than tOa TV ANTED MISCELLANEOUS. 'VTA'NTED-To buy a Hrta-cliiss Rem mguiii l v iR-w riter. No 2 Address R S T tlii- office It "WAKTED-A nwltlntten. not mer it mom 1 1 ki. for chub. A. W. CR1T- Zilti-1- ir' i)Ul 8t mv' u TVANTED-To purchase a wagon mid nitrite., light and strong, satiable for rroeer StaUMHice. Address, T, lht. office. feG 2t "WANTEQ-A new or ncariy new up right iHttito of a btaiKlHnl make, a pood offer viiil be made for same A rid ret I3TKHBI11 . tbits ffiee. bcG-t WAIfTED-A go impioved Man kind . about $5,001) FARMER. Wanted Try Rubber Roof Faint. WE il OV ALL LEAKS TUBE, And clwrc oulyfor ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

THE MORNING- TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. 0 Vggv' GET Your boys fitted out for school. Now the new fall goods are ready. SUITS, EXTRA PANTS, SHIRT WAISTS, HATS, SHOES, UNDER WEAR, HOSIERY and all other wearables. The biggest variety in town and as usual the BEST VALUES. All grades from the cheapest that is re liable to the finest made. See them at your conven ience. You'll be more than pleased with the styles, qualities, fit, finish and price. Fall DerbTs for men correct st3rles best quali ties, at a saving of a dollar or two less than hat-store prices. obinson, Chery 81 Co I2TH AND F STS. Clothes, Furnishings. Hats. Shoes, You Think because we are selling- those suits for ,l that they must be of inferior quality or bad fit, or Something Wrong with them. All that we can saT is, "come and see,' seeing- is believing-, and if 3-ou are an' judg-e of clothing- 3-ou will re cognize, at once, that they are $12.00 suits, well made, g-ood material, and will fit like a dream. Trj- them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news of the world and all Washington happenings for fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing, Evening, and the Sunday Edition. VOL. 2. isrO. 540. WASHZNGrTO, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. TWENTY PAGKES. THREE CENTS. TelegrapMc News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than wice what other local newspapers have. ED 10 DE&TM DISTRICT BOYS WIN AGAIN THE EVENING TIMES has later -news, gives fuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. iSramRnrlSib' Monday will probably be the last day before Sugar goes up again. Make hay while the Sun shines. .You household economists be wise. New Presents I Two carloads of Special Presents have just been un packed and are now awaiting- our selection. The' comprise almost every article that is useful about the house. There's ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE MOIENING- TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. iwMm&&zmmmMmmmmmB&m rrri?Ay4X4.Wi JR9 00 For a good pair of trousers, lat est cut. fine worsted, neat stripes. they are S5.00 coods, but we are selling: them for $2 how we can afford to do It is our business. for a good suit is another snap. They are regular S 12.00 Cassi meres, Cheviots and Tweeds. They are all right you can ex amine them and Judge. Children's Dunble-Brcnstod nn. fcMit-. w.iy yuu ClHldreti's Com Wnaliou Suits (J I "jr ( iifti and cap) 4 I I 0 Man's Catjsimera I'auts, ODn Jy OuG Grd Army Suits, Middlesex fj O n r FiauutH 4)0. iO 1 let etaeaat dark Pants 4) ,Q Unrris Csselmere Pants p.Zu 1,000 pairs or Cbikiraa's nil wool Khw 3 'ants, Casshu eres, O J n Ottortots and Worstod, pair. . Z 0 U CUtttrHTa Corduroy Iineo r r : 4bG OfcJWrn's elegant Cordu- f I QC roy Suits 4I.dO H. FRIEDL AHDER ft BRO., Cor. Ninth & E Sts. tolman I is an easy name to re- ? member if you have once Y sent vour linen to us you 0 wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

) THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. I BEGINS SEPTEMBER 1Q, ENDS SEPTEMBER 20 I Solid Oak BEDKO0M SCTTE, carved top. npleudid drawer work tn2ed plate mir- (Tin rr. alue, J?I U Willie Enawiol and tuldl) reef er, i?vl Hato mirror, 4 draw- ff I fl 1U otc, value Jib.... 4) I U . J Solid Oak Chlff nlr. 5 draw ere, 5 locks. le l plate ( 1 r n mirror, aiue, SII..4) 1 .OU Malicgany fin ish or JMrd-Ej o Maple French i)res!ng Table. Freuch Beveled PlattMl JjTor. i rencb loge.ral- !$6.50 u jliW) Not Always Right, as the De fender Race Showed. OOMIGAL SCENES AT OFFICE IN'rplexo Crowd of Star Adherents First. I-eiimed Hie Fact From The -TlnuV JlHllcMin Boards Jeers, Cheers, and Wails for the l'ajer That Got AH the Xews Wrons. Wc'lll Tle Star -seas iwt rfelit 'as it always f ' The aokt ad "We edftorial staff of our evening cMHerar!: aerdse llie way tried Imwl yeMrda' to nmlsc the Valkyrie win . It posted Uulletiws s"viBK the EiiRlts boat all Hie adMase of wind, woaUier, and evwythii; d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE MOIt:NTN"a TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1895. In any case of irregular delivery of The-Times THERE'S VALUE I please send Postal to this office. at. , m i taa. The Washington Times (MOuSTVO, EVENTSO, AND SUVDAT.) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Ximca Company. TIMES BOILDINO, 60UTnTiTSr COKNBR PEVJ.ST1V.1IiU Avevoti and Tenth Snu.EE Telephone Editorial Rooms. H J. Business OiSco, 33. Trice Marnlnp or Evening EdWon...One Cent Sauday Edition Throo Coats. Z'ontaij by Cnriier Jtleruinc and Sunday ...Thirty-five Ceata. Bvouhif: Thirty Coats. 3VrniR, 1 HventosaHdV- Purr CENTS. t ciida j, j WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 8. 1895. c Tlie Timet. Is, ijot ro.pons.lblo for the preservation of niniiti-crlpti sent to or left at till, office "When ac companied by Mump such miuiu Mript will be returned, although any obligation to do bo lr especially dibit vowed. Subscribers to "Tho Time" will confer a favor by promptly reporting any diftcourteuy ot collector, or neg lect of duty ou the part of ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE MORNTN'Gr TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. LansburEh&Bro BUY YOObDRESS NOW. iT.i..imHIHII.I III I TWCM You can pick from the very newest cre ations and be more at your ease to de liberate. We'll take a great pride in show ingyou through and post you about the correct fabrics for Fall and Winter wear. 36 in. High Colored Plaids, for children's school vear 25c yd 38 in. Two-toned Jacquards and All Wool Cheviots 25c yd All-wool French Ser ges in all the leading Autumn Colors 25c yd Iridescent Suitings, extra good weight, all the new color combi naticns,38in.wide, 50c yd 40 and 45 in. Im ported novelties in the most elegant effects, ours exclusively... 75c yd High Class Paris and London Novelties, examples of the best tectorial talent. Prices arc Si. Sl-25, Sl-50, SI. 75 and i vd. Three Big Specials in KayyBlue Serge 52 inch All-wool Navy Wuc Serge, Worth 00c Por39cyd. 52 inch All-wool Navy Blue Scree. Worth C5c For 44 c yd. 52 inch All-wool Navy Blue Serge, Worth 09c For 50c y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUN Ii SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. ifllmLL MM mmln Continued from First ligc. Dnnravon's boat "When the Defender rt'a lied the outer mark 4ie hud an advan tage of three minute and twenty-fcereM te lids There was a Mr demonstration as the I'.uilviH lioNt made lite turn. The wind li.mug shifted. Uh. rH home liecame a 1 r ).ul reacto. Hud it wa f onnstanl gain j f"r Die gallant American boat. Going Ji-njo the gain as four minutes fifty tl i eo mv ils With lite Uiim? allowance of tweiay-nhie pr uin's the J)efiMlw victory was eight n hi Hiia iirt)-UMe eccotras me wind n js i-:i knots at tin? flaish Tli-1 day's rae swd Valkyrie III 'i'liil like a gliost in a wind of loss than t-iX KiMitN and that h)n aeetued speedier ia i iltf J Kfner iu Utat wind. It ah eh wn1 that witi a wind of iroai eight to it i iviiwU, in both windward work and lcil reaching (we Englfd boot could ij l h- p i tie pace m?i by the Defender. TO Till! STAKE BOAT. It was aa itre,UH journey down to the bIjI o boa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE MORNING- TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. Don't they look stylish? We re fer to this Fall and Winter' s Suits and Over coats. You hav n' t anjT idea of how we picked and picked nearly all the summer through to gather this stock to get the verv cream of hi 1 A e' I the market's output to sret garments equal to those of custom tailors to sell you at half their prices. Fall Overcoats at $5 up. Fall Suits at $10 up. Parker, Bridget ii Go. CLOTHIERS, 315 Seventh Street N. W. e a umcp riivpp v 6 eea Ihoin all before placing ins order Ju j.ureha&niE anything, Bicycloa for instance, u lajs t get the hfcM J lieri'fcra take look at tho iAKACTM. It will Jjcaroiiiicistu. 'VWftMEN. f03 X Y. Ave. i INK ltEPAIUIXO. V V Blood Poison, Varicocele, Rupture. Nervous and Special Diseases. Dr. 0. J. CARLETON, SiM-4Ut on iiMHPs of bladder rA kMw?s, tlirniKS diei.'U, blood tmIm4i. Kii dl-iHt-., ihtvouo debil ity mid diraii!se-. of Momucrh uiid Do you fsl more lired in the morning U u gointr lo bed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE MOBNISTG- TIMES, STJMDAT, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. rnLL STYLES Are ready. In Suits there's very little change in styles, but very radical ones in fabrics. All the newest are HERE the pick of the market totally different from what 3'ou'll find anywhere else, ex cept in the finest custom shops, and we'll give you the same styles and fit 3011 as well, or better, than they can and do it for a THIRD LESS money, too. Fall Hats, all the standard blocks. Knox, Youmaus, Dunlap, etc. Only $3.00 here for the same qualities as the agencies get $4.00 and $5.00 for, and we'll guarantee them as full', too. Laura Mayo Frightfully Butch ered and Driven Off. HER OrTJLD ALSO TAKEN Robinson, Chery 81 I2TH kB F STS. Clothes. Furnishings. Hats, Shoes. m tl- A suit that we arc proud of good material excel lent make and finish latest cut A suit that is worth up to $12.00, and cheap as dirt at that but we must keep our stock moving- we have our bills to meet and new goods to buy constantly as the seasons chan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIME Part 2 WASHINGTON, D. O., SUNDAY MOHNING-, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. A&- -'i LAST WEEK j WE SELL "RELIABLE Shoes Only." U IS SP Him! They're strong in every way but the price and they're, so to speak, the backbone or strong hold of our business. We sell children's shoes at a smaller margin of profit than any line ve han dle for, by shoeing children properly, while they are young, we generally hold their trade and good will through life. The parents of many of our juvenile customers of to-day were supplied with shoes by us when they were infants. Never before have we been able to show as strong lines of School Shoes in point of style and durability as we are offering this season. Here are Some of Our Leaders: "Safe 75c." Shoes FOR OJRLS OR SMALL BOYS, et gonuino Dongola, rith jwto nt leather tips or pebble grain, with solar lips Sizes 5 to 2. "Iron Clad" $1:00 Shoes FOR DOTB, UP TO SIZE IHi of durable Veal Calf, Willi double soles. heeled or spring heeled. FOR GIRLS ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

10 THE MORNING TIMES 1 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1835. lOKEH TONES TUB AHTJST, CK1T1C AND 1'LT. It,L.USTHATEDSTJrMER -VVEARIKG ' APPAItEL.. IES0F1 pecial' Inducement. " r Welders of a Wrench Which Cor rects Vagaries of Pianos. His Beautiful Blooms Grown in fay Greenhouses. Pathos at a Discount in the Warrant Clerk's Office. diafffeW?? -da to avail yourself of this most estraor- to Its S, ( c0lce 7 Sites at the W Prfc of " $25 to $ 5 each (cash or installments) at beautiful QUEER PHASES OF THE WOEE NOT ENOUGH FOE DEMAND ADJUSTS MANY DIFFICULTIES r -V "& litis) ""1- Si TfPJi &? ft "Trtolis hy Which ilie Piano Timor Jiliitur tlio Vault j or l'laxitntH That He May Ho Favorably lle HwrtMi mimI Other Quoor Features ot the Trade. tDosMes a thorough knowledge of Ids 'bSltM, the JM IIO-UlIRr IHUPt klHlW one thtog, Utat ha how to maintain his composure twtd not make display or his temper. If !b oe Um Inner he is sure to bo asked W lev. atul be nviil Si ix! Uiat a note litis flweoede. 1mh t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY,- SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. 11 Of PieREEi First Settlers of Washington and Their Successes. GEEENLEAFS GREAT PLTOGE Romance of the JtKlns and Tnllinfr of tin Hou-o ol Carroll, "Wlio-e. Foundur Could N"ot Even Find ti Soeuro Iiotln:j Place for UN llonex. Iiuldent of Enrly JOny. Lngllij discussions wore as universnllr tli" order of the day in the old continental times as at nrftfeeiit, and before tlie Bite of tli National Capitol whs finally chosen a long word war had uoen waged in Con grss lt"H ecu the advocates of tlie respect io uuee New York, Philadelphia, Wash Ingtoii and Georgetovv n, tlie last city losing it bv one vote, the defeat having comt through the repreBcntatives of Virginia and Maryland "When the decision was reached, how ever, and the ground surveyed, a frenzy of speculation broke out, bafiling all control In ite intensity. Men were crazed by vi sions of wealth accruing from tlie pur chase and sale of lots, and the genius of Pierre L'Eufant, borne f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

12 THE MOKNrNG- TIMES, SITKDAT, SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. PREPARING FOR THE FIGHT Immense Amount of Prelimi nary Work at Dallas. PLENTY 01 MONEY INVESTED But $1,225,245 Can Be Taken in at tlie Box Office. On Ue floor of Judge Newton', stable at Coney Maud, In ttie ruddy glow of the July ennsct, stood the naked .figure or a man who is destined to excite inure com ment during the ouming tlirce months than any king, tatsnin or prelate now walking oh the crutA of this old planet. He was entirely nude ave for a f-mall breech ckfUt Mud i KMt of jellow t-hoes and blue foks lie wtf several Inches taller than the ayoragr man and oddiy proportioned A tilX'tmrt wedge of hone and bluew would perhnp Ik'M describe hmi Imagine the bream., slMWlders find arms of llercules waded to the wairt, loins and legs of a muMttromti youth of JO and you will come very near to having a mental picture of Bb rHEMnimoiK, the 33-year-old Eng lishman, who i6 mulched to fight James J Corbet at DhUho, Texas, in October for $...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

r THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, ' -SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. 13 ti ' I IT COTJED .NOT BE. though He Eoved Her Dearly, She . , Couldn't Help Him, v (New York Herald.) "George," elie said, earnestly, "there is eompthing troubling you. I know It. You have been uneasy and embarrassed ever twee you came lierc this evening." The young man flushed to the roola of his pompadour, then turned deadly pale again. Run, he made no reply. George," continued the girl, pleadingly, "we are not married yet, it is true, but yet I think I lve a right to know of jour troubles. Remember, darling, I am soon to lKMourefor life for belter or for worse!" H-re Imt voice sank to a low, 6weet ca dence, while a gentle flut-h mantled her fu" Hut tfce jouug man was bUent, though ItapresMid. TliUtkr" ele went on, "I am to be the Eharer of ll our joys and sorrows in the ikar future. Let me lourn what thib pass ing elitMiow ie. Terhaps, I caubelp to dis fcjpal tin' darkness that is creeping into your life uto both ourt hesr' sh...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

14 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1895. Far mUmn AUTUMN FASHIONS FOR LITTLE MAIDS AND MEN. Bangs Arc Out of Dale for Girls. Boys Wear Varnished Shoes and Belts. New York, Sept. 7. September is a month of sore trial, both in flesh and Eplrit, to the very young person and her brother, who are now making periodic trips to town, in bearch of. suitable clothes for scltnitl and ttie winter. Along with the solid comfort and bealthrul protection, a good deal of Franca daintiness in tasto Is Indus oonimiugled ia juvenile fashions this autumn. Over from France have come, for lllUe Cirls, ay number of novel fabrics, and the wlwle object now seems to tend toward bringing much cheerful color into school and street gowns, by the use of striped and pierced cloths. - The stout flannels, as soft and heavy an ladies" cloth, arc dyed in at least four har monised tones, (showing yellow, red, and brewn Isfcl in narrow bars on a dull blue ground and all the tones employed almost Oriental in rich...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

THE IZOTZNINGr TIME&i : SUNDAY, SEPTEMBEIl 8, 18D&. 15 CHAPTER VI. The astonishment of Preble Key on feoogniring the gateway into which the mysterious lady had auished was so great that he was at first inclined to believe her entry there a mere trick of his fancj That the confederate of a pang of robbers should le admitted to the austere recesses of the content, villi a ecleritj that t.pok? of famiiiaritj, nas incredible lie again glanced un and down the length of the J slwdowed but still visible wall There was no one there. The wall itself eon tatoed no break or recess in which one could liWe. ail this was the onlj gatcvaj The annotate aMe of the street in the full niroutight stared emptilj No! Unless she were an illusion herself and bib whole chase a dream, the must have entered bore. Bat the cUasc was not hopeless He had at last track d her to a place where she oewkl be identified It was not a hotel wblcS site could leave at anv moment un observed. Though he could not fol...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 September 1895

18 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1896. GEN. SGHOFIELD TO RETIRE Last of the War Horses to Quit in a Few Weeks. SOME MILITARY THOUGHTS His Courage and His Rec ord His Plans for the Future. jgSB. UR little army has a bevcre lose in etore. On the twenty-ninth of the present mouth itfa commandingolficer. Major Gen. John M. Scboficld, re tires on account of age. He is practi cally the sole sur vivor on tbe present active list of Ute baml of war heroes who really saw service in tbe historic engage ments of tbe Avar. It is no disparage ment to tbe veterans now in actual service and tbere are very few of them just now to sa that not a man among them has helped to make history to quite the ex tent it has been tiie privilege of Gen. Sthofield to do The President has written a personal letter to tbe general to ea.pre to litm the eeiu-e of los which will be felt at tbe necessity for his retire ment In truth, this old warrior is Ftill an active man and bis iron constiui Uuu has euabied...

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