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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

m tS? t .-s- Sssfg5 rf- - grt" JV -J 2& " H -?" "$" :-' . , -ssw- THE MOBKINQ TEMJg8 SUNDAY, MAT lf. 1897. 11 lX f HELP WiUCTED-MAI-E. WANTED Firty men as supers by . the Marlowe -Taber Company. Apply at stage door of National Theater, Monday, May 17, at 10 o'clock a. m. myl6-2t WANTED Flrstolass wholesale grocery salesman; muse have experience. Ad Ureas K. C, this office. mylG-at WANTED 2 papcrhangers; at once, J. WALTER RYNIX, 808 D fit. RW. lt WANTED Reliable men to -work for fire insurance company on commission. Ad dress COMMISSION, thlsotf ice. mylC-3C SALESMEN bchoolsupplies: country "ivork; si no sni.irv monthly: with liberal addi tional commissions. It. O. EVANS ic CO.,, Chicago. my.;-i.-Miu. WANTED A young man; a biend uuker, at 4:17 0th st. nw. lt-em WANTED- Dustier to sell an article used lu every saloon. Address SALOON, this erf ice. myl4-3t,em WANTED I'upHs to learn 201 D st. nw. telegraphy. iuy!4-3t WANTED- Two clerks, who understand working on pension claims. Addr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

&? S 3S V8 ssji?rr"-j ; - - ' .srfc ,s -njjp- 12 THE MORNING TIME, ' p SUNDAY; MAY 16, 1S97 - V -,T-" -fea"5 j Beyond Comparison. The greatest Clothing values ever offered are in this lot of Men's and Boys' Suits made by Messrs. Rogers & Co., of New York, which we are now selling at Sixty Cents on the Dollar. Here's the schedule of prices: Men's and Boys' Suits. Rogers' Price, $7.50 Our Price, $4.50 Rogers Price, $8.50 Our Price, $5.10 Rogers' Price, $10.00 Our Price, $6.00 Rogers' Price, $12.00 Our Price, $7.20 Rogers Price, 512.50 Our Price, $7.50 Rogers' Price, $13.50 Our Price, $S.10 Rogers' Price, $15.00 Our Price, $9)00 Rogers Price, $16.50 Our Price, $9.90 Rogers' Price, $18.00 Our Price, $10.80 Rogers' Price; $20.00 Our Price, $12.00 Remember, these .are all new made for this Messrs. ROCKERS & CO. say, are their best styles Safe is for cash only. Robinson & Chery Co, 1200, 1202 and 1204 F St. N. W. City Brevities. John Norman, a colored boy, was yes terday co...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

T ,$Rigr Trt 'v2 -." '""'"- sxt AigJ Tk- C5. dm Pages' US to WASmNGTCKN", SUNDAY, MORNING, MAT 16, 1897. the irniPFmffMflMfiMfw OUR WONDERFUL May continues with unabated activity. We could easily explain why we cau afford to sell such well-made, handsome Shoes at the remarkably low prices we do, but 3-ou don't care for any "wherefores" facts arc good enough for you. The following- special values in fine Summer Footwear are put on sale tomorrow. As these quali ties cau probably never be duplicated again for the price, 3tou had better get fitted soon. Ladies' Boots at $1.50 That can't be matched for $2. 10 different Styles, on as bhnpel and perfect Tilting lasts as were ever sold for $3. 4. kinds in brown kid, 6 kinds in black. Tne 8e are tne loe shapes: Common Sense, Pear Shape, Square Toe, Opera Toe, Egg-shape Toe, Needle. Ladies' Oxfords at $2. Excellent $2 50 Quality. Wc arc proud or them, impossible to gee any belter leather or superior shocmaklng at any price than there is iu th...

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

; f5 v,." X HLiSS" 1 THE aiOBNISrq TIMES,, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1897. 1 if I I f i CssS I ' jf. I ""s STirTsCS WKfBssismaammsxmm v$$$$ssS liSSih 1 1 THE ENGLISH QUEEN. Characteristics Stories and Anec dotes of the Venerable Victoria. The particular difference between Queen Victoria, and other queens who. have occu pied the English throne is that her char acter seems to be made up of virtues -womanly and queenly in equal proportion, nud that, while she has had a reign of unprecedented length and great saccess, she has been through it all a typical En glishwoman. Elizabeth, the other great Queen or English history, was more like a King than a Queen. She had not only a masculine intellect, bat manv of the ultra uiascufme traits of men of those rude times. But Victoria has been, since she came to the succession in her girlhood, the first lady of theland,theproper;nodflforevery other English lady. She has made her husband and her children the center of her life; and that, too, is a distinctly...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

5g??5r - -n 3-5-,.. JTTW5i-'5Sr ri' "55SfgeiiBgr? THE MOEyilSfG TIMES, &U,XPJlY, MAY 16, 3 897. 15 RENOVATED GOWNS. Practical Advice Brawn From Do mestic Experience. New 1'ork, May 15 -The radical change, or fashion in iHJth sleeves and skills thib season has. set every woman to cudgeling Her brains lo determine how to give her tabt year's gowiib an up-to-date aspect. "With a. little ingenuity one can lenovate an old dress at very little expense, and if the experiment ib a success, the rebUlt ie a great satisfaction to the owner of the gown. It is an achievement which satisfies that longing to get something out of nothing that rests In every wom an's breast and manlfestb itself in patch work quilts and all lands of petty lot teries and schemes of chance emolument at the expense of nobody in particular. It is very rare, however, that one can get a new dresb, or rather, one that looks new, without tonic little expense; and when one decides, after due deliberation, that a certain b...

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

&$ " ijjisr-S : - fiVET-p-feSr!! 16 THE MOKNLNGr SUNDAY, M AT 16, 3897. MfSijgr- 0-- 5ACrW 4Pwdfisfc- -4 JIK Brow" COLUMBIA Summer Comedy Company In "A First Offense." NATIONAL Julia Marlowe in "For Bonnie Prince Charlie." first lialf or -week. Thursday, "Romola," Friday, "Romeo and Juliet." Saturday, "As You Like It" LA FA YETTE "Carmen. ACADEMY "Tlie Golden Giant." GRAND .Buckler-Stock in "Our Boy3." ICERNAN'S Bob Fitzsimmons-and "Zero." BIJOU Thursday eveningonly.beneritfor Messrs McKee and Wilson. Theatergoers are faring very wed, tliank you. Tills Is indeed one of tlic briskest Mays -vvliicli Washington has had the pleasure of watching across the footlights in some time The theaters have all the activity, at present, of the merry hive ko often drawn into metaphoi to represent the superlative of up-aud-doing. The lethargy or spnug has given our play houses the go-by and we ought to be glad of it. The impression that theaters should be closed when the windows are opened is a ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

Ja-"" -tjt ' & -'vrJC";!??f Vj8S55 2 S.jJ'; c ""V"5'' sjva-i -.- THE MOBNIKG- TITLES, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1897. 17 The Columbia rStock Company. The Columbia Stock Company will make Its bow to Washington tomorrow night. Grcatpromb.es are made for this organiza tion, not only as the finest summer com pany ever organized anywhere in America but one which can be compared favorably witlfthe boststock compauies of New York, and naturally great things are expected of tt. Tomorrow night will not only be the fust appearance of the company, but they bring an entitely new light comedy, so that old timers will ffud tomorrow night "a first niglit'Mn every sense of the word. TJie new play is a light modern comedy in three acts, by Paul Wilstach, "A First Offense." It is bu It to make fun, and If the audience can be kept laughing bo loudly and longly at the whirlwind of situations that even the good lines will be lost, the modest company and author will be hatipfied. Acronlmg to the story of "A Fi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

"iV1iirf'T ' " y?1i!ifi'iz:' -"&& THE MORNING TIMES,. SUNDAY, MAY U 1897. 18 -? A Collection of Stories Purely American. FANCIFUL NOTIONS OF M. QUAD 3Jr. und "Mrs. Bowser and Tlielr Most Recent Trouble John Chiini Ijorlln'is Poker Game Ho Knew the Family The Story of a Brook lyn Merchant. ' What's all this truck you had Mint up licre this aftenioonV" asked Mrs. Bowser, U8 Iter better hair came home to dinner the oMier evening. He replied that lie would explain matters after he had satisfied his appetite; and when tuey aiose from the table he removed bin coat, bared ids right arm and said: "Mis. Bowser, reel this arm. will you?" "Have you got iheumalifcin?" she asked as she ran her hand over it. You hae heard of withered limbs, ltavcn't you? "Well, my arms and leg- are going to wither and become of no earthly use to me unless something is done right away. I've suspecteJ It for tome time, but was not suieumil I had a talk with a doe tor to la j." "Are you going to take a cours...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

-a ' f'"" Vi? 3?'r5r- '---vy-jrv- -""T-c-J -y -3; ' 5rtfc' "--" - i, ;??. - '"V' TBB MOB KING- TIHEUUKDAY MAX 16, Istfi. 19 - DAVID SKASJI PART I. r am a bachelor of thirty, aad so immensely-rich that if in any one year I should spend two-Thirds ot my income, half of the preachers of New York -would rise up andanathematizemc for seekJugto widen and mnke more apparent the gulf which ex ists between the rich and the poor, I have good health and a considerable - modicum of strength. I have managed al ways to steer reasonably clear of the shoals .of dissipation; rasping my keel now and then, but upon the whole coming off sound and tight. For these tea years I have es caped the artful ingenuousness of the debu tante, the wiles of the designing mamma, and the swift and deadly onslaught of the widow, i am , moreover, of a pay and cheer ful disposition, and because of all these things one wcmld suppose that r should be happy. The fact is, however, that I am not. I am a victim of cnnul. I ha...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

'iTJ5Srf'--'''?i 5s,T,""''v" T.TSJ'--v " -'-.Sj - JT -"-r1 iWr '" 'J- giSt ep TBI) MORNfNa TIMES; SUET DAY, MAY A6, 3897. '" - ' " - ' THE POSTAL CONGRESS IN SESSION. Are you looking for something original? Borne bit or lictlon which "will give ou entirely new sensations, suggesting tho supra-natural without being giewsome or ternble in effect, and sustaining a ficsh interest pretty nearly all the "way through? Then read "Thirty Strange Stories," by H G. "Wells. They -will supply the satis faction of your desires as ncaily as any thing that has recently been turned wet inked from the press. These thirty stories, needless to say. are short. "Thej aie all contained -within one stout octavo. The mysteries of sci ence are the themes of nearly every one. In some cases the author has taken a singu lar ract and construed it elaltoiately into an impossible fiction, tinged always "with the charm of remote possibility, and again he delvestothewell-spilngsof acrid, clear imagination "which ref...

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

p0&- i ti gf t-w'" THE CIRCULATION OF THE SUNDAY TIMES WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. "7 A FortheDlstrlctof Columbia, Dclawareand Maryland, fair; easterly winds. q u COPIES. WASniSTGrTON, MONDAY MORNING, MAT 17, 1897 J5IG0ELT PAGrES. NO. 1,154. ONJE CENT. vir. ? Tbc Qtme J v -.11 OREAT CUBAN VICTORY Defeat a Superior Spanish Fores Under Col. Aguilar. CAPTURE MUNITIONS OF WAR The Spaniards Retreat, Leaving Tlielr Wounded Upon the Field. Comms'loner Calhoun's First Offlcinl Report On the Way to Washington. Havana, via Key West, May 10. The Spanish forces, Col. Aguilar, numbering 1,500 men, met yesterday, near Guinea, the combined Cuban forces of Gen. Car denas and Gen. Rodriguez. The insur gents numbered 1,200, nearly all cavalry. After an engagement which lasted sev eral hours, Col. Aguilar retired to Guinea with, heavy losses. His defeat was so marked that his soldiers threw away many of their guns, which the insurgents cap tured, as well as nearly all the horses of the Spanish cava...

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

& TSri' .J?,"- " 1 J7S1.J,pv-?t. v v THJS MOENIKGTIMES' MONDAY, MAY 17, 1897. v 4-:4f!'J,J,' P!Mcli, because you have come litre to listen to others; butl want to bay a single word iu reference to the question which Is, agitating at the present time the Senate of the United States, and that is the right and, duty or tills Government to extend to the Cuban patriots the right or bel ligerency in their contest, (Applause.) "Those, fellow-citlzcns. who oppose the extension oC this right to the Cuban pa tiots have, arter ransacking the inUBty tombs ot international law, discovered one authority, "who says that a nation has no right to extend lielligerency to a re bellious people, unless the rehcls have a wiport "which they control absolutely. Well, it that be o, I -want to ask you how the people or Switzerland, whatever their bravery may be, could ever ripe suc cessfully against those who oppress them? (Applause.) But the weight or authority is against surh a position, such a doctrin...

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

TWrWWmWWW THE MOBNIKG TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1897. " NOW BISiMjF MOBILE Ceremonies Attending the Eleva tion of Very Rev. E. P. Allen. NOTABLE CLERGYMEN PRESENT Cardinal Gibbons Officiates as Cuu ueorntor The Eloquent Sermon of Ilov. Dr. Gnrrlguu, Vice Rector of the Catholic University Serv ices of the New Bithup. The Very Rev. Edward P. Allen, 1) D . who Tor the past thiiteen yeais wa presi dent of Mount St. Mary's College at Em mlttfrburg, Md.,and who ban many rrieuds in tins cilj, was consecrated bishop of Mobile yesterday by his eminent e Car dinal Gibbons, at the cathedral at Balti more. Uev. Dr Garrigau, vice rector of the Catholic University, who is a lUt long friend of the new bishop, preached an eloquent sermon. The cathedral could notaccomaiodate the throng that gathered to witness theccie xnonies. Cardinal Gibbons was assisted by Bishop Fitzgerald, or LiiUe Kock, Ark.; Bishop Harkness, of Providence, R. I., and Rev. C. T. O'Callnghan, of Mobile, Ala. Deaconfc or honoi-Kevs...

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

f1"'55'- i?U-f- -a-" "t V SSrJ.. " '"S5?s1 ajftasepv :rrV&-i rf' "?- - - - . -, v - v . rr . - -v. HHHHHHBBBHBiHBBITTT ?.. r- iw --. '-, . ,&. - ,. -v.v" -.?.. -, ' r i-r-i,Aj.iji ffitme (KORNHJG, EVEEHfG AHD SUHDAT.) BY HE WASHINGTON TIMES C0MP1NY, iTILSOIT HOTCHRfS, Ere3laent. HUTCH IKS BUILDING. Tew Tori Of Acs: 2000 Tract Bnlldinjr. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. MoxTittr. by CAJtniEn: , Morning, Evening and Sunday. .Fifty Cents McTcingond Sunday Thlrtj-fivo Cents Lie ting and Sunday Thirtr-fiva Cents BY MAIL. Onel'car, Morning,Ercning and Sunday, fO.M Throe Months 1.60 One Year. Moraine; and Sunday 4.00 Tfcree Months " 1.2 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Months - 1.25 Sunday nly, one year - 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Txi-EI'IIoxes: Editorial Rooms, 483; Busi ness Ollice. 1610. Circulation Statement, l ' The circulation of The Times for the Keek ended Saturday, May 15, 1897, teas as fellows: Sunday, May 9 - .....23,756 Monday. May 10 37,...

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

1 j$J t ' ,.,-, --tjv,p "-. y-'i-' v --svwpT- iv;5;4s;--"-ttAJi6F- "sv:-3r'S!"'-' -,W4"-'-&:r' v.5r "" t? THE JMORNiaTGh TMIES, HONIAT, MAY 17, 3897. ---iiiS- a o Lansburh & Bro. Biff Reductions In Lawns 300 p'ocoB Scotcb Lawns, In Dots, Figures and Stripes, war ranted fast colors, For 3c yd. 100 pieces 8c Jaconet Lawns, In Figures and Stripes, Reduced to 5c yd. 500 pieces 12c Lace-effectB Organdio3 and India Dimities In dark or light grounds, Reduced to 8c per yd. 300 pieces 15c India Dimities, In Figures and Stripes of Pink, Blue, Green, Lavender and Black, - Reduced to 10c per yd. 200 pieces of tho ever-popular Lappet Lawns, including tho now Reds, Reduced from 18c to i2cyd. 25q Imported Dimities, J 3c yd 37Cd?es?.c.h...T.n: 1 8c yd Just to think of the opportu nity you have to save money on such excellent goods now need able. Your pick Is not limited, either, for we are known to carry the largest stock of Lawns in tho city. Come today. 0KI4i crai-o 'y ' 420, 422, 424, 42...

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

r.v? itmrm-- ?&&$ a f-tvX 'r g'v J v THE MOKNING TIMES. MONDAT, MAY 17, 1897. 6 mFi Bicycle Suits, &c. Reduced. Beginning this morning we inaugurate a "clearance sale" of Men's Bicycle Suits, Hose, Sweaters, etc. No man who rides a wheel can afford to let this chance slip by. Prices cut as follows: 31 Men's Fine Cheviot Bi cycle Suits, In "golf" and "bloomer" stjles, "Were $0, $8, and $10. To close them out $5.00 20 Men's Fine Tweed and Scotch Mixed BIcjclc Suits, in "golf" and "bloomer" fctjlcs. Were $10, $12, and $15. To close them out....$S.Z5 Men's Scotch -wool Bicycle Hose, in a great variety of patterns "Were S1.2G. To close them out T5C Men's regular COc Bicycle Hose, reduced to 300 Mcn'B regular $1 Bicycle Hose, reduced to t..50o Also 6 Ladies' $5 and $0 Fancy Sweaters. To close them out, reduced to $1.50 3 8 pairs or Mcn'B "odd" Bi cycle Panu, that were $1.25 and $1.50. To close them out, reduced to $1,00 Parker, Bridget & Co. CLOTHIERS 315 Seventh Street. F...

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

& J&y iv.Cl r "-fiir,B5 lAJ -aST'l THIT .MOIUSTNG TIMES; MOXDJlT, MAX 17, 1897. -.--&3gt "$$ MONET WASTED AKI TO LOAN. H. K.FULTON'S loan otflca, 1218 r. are. uw., maneTloancdou watcncs.Utamnnas, Jewelry, silver ware, eta fi0"151 LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT- cral, sucli as lKe policies, blocks, bonds, building association bhnres, fiyiuJirate cer tificates, eta No delay. 1ERKES & BAILER, 1110 J;' st. Take elevator. tf MONEY TO LOAN From $5 to $50, to reliable parties: no collateral required. Boom 8. Central Bldg. 9th aud Pa. avo. myl0-7t,cm LOANS MADE ON" FUKNTTURH. horses, etc Loans made on .Furniture, 1'ianos. Horses. Wagons, etc. at lowest rates aud 'quickest possible time. Strictly conridenUnl. Please call before cecurlng loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAUE LOAN CO.. C10.F Etie-t northwest. MONEY TO LOAN 51,000 upward, at 5 and 5 1-i per cent, on D. C. real estate: 5M0. 530v'. etc., at 8 per cent; all transaction cunducted with ecououilcal contdderatlun foi boi...

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

-K 0i- -i 8 THE MOBSETO TIMES, MONDAY, MAX 17, 1897. MAYER & PETTIT LEADERS IN LOW PRICES IN Furniture, Housefurnishings, Clothingo R Indies' doth Coat Suits, $4.98 Ladies bilk "Waists, " S2.25 y M NOW isTHi TIME TO SECTJHE THE Largest and cheapest lino of Mattings in City. Good fancy Mat- tlnj:, 8c Heavy Jointlehs . Matting, 122C 12xtra fine Jap Matting, 1 8C MATJMXGS AJTD CAKPTS laid ritEi:. 1 Xa? Best Refrigera tors made. IJerd i ood liftouttray. Prices from S6.98 twiat eatest Furniture Bargains EVER OFFERED. W We have made several very large purchases from some of the leading manufacturers, but have insufficient space to store the goods on their arrival, owing to the immense stock we already have on hand. EfiA I OTT LJ A C rlf" f IV I and are SO comPelIed to m'ake a partial I VI UU I Ii V iZL TlU VrflVI clearance of furniture in stock. It will be a sacrifice, but we can't help ourselves. Our necessity is your opportunity. Seize the chance to supply your selves with fine hous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 May 1897

" v i Th3 Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WEATHER PROBABILITIES. WAS tme. 60,024 For tlic District or Columbia, Delaware andMnryland, fair; sliRlitly warmer; easter ly winds, becoming southerly. COPIES. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY 3IORNTNG, MAY IS, 1897 EIGHT PAGUES. ONJE CENT. NO. 1,155. VL UObc HI APPEILTDJSOHGRESS Tlie President Wants $50,000 for Starving Americans. TIIE DESTITUTION IN CUBA In a. Very Brief Communication the. Chief Magistrate Advises an Apr rnopriatiou to He Spent Under the Direction of the Secretary of Slate Senate Promptly Complin. Tlic President had his message ouCuba ell piepared in his own handwriting when the Cabinet officers met yesterday to consider it. They signified their np proval of it. It is not known positively that any ouc .of the Cabinet would have preferred a more forcible exixi&ltlou of the case, hut It is Hinted that there was not perfect harmony, one member at least being sn favor or .1 much stronger document. All the members or the Cabinet wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 May 1897

THE MOIiNlNGr TIM0S3, TUJISDAT, MAX 18, 1897. SALE UNPRECEDENTED Shrewd Buyers From All Sections Taking Ad vantage of It. A Great Opportunity to Se cure Pianos and Organs at Less Than Fac tory Cost Ait Metzerott's Sale This Week. Many were the purchasers or pianos ves terday. tin lirst day or our sale to dose out this fine stock and make room foi the coatraetors vv1k will re n wild this Jiuiltl tng. beginning June 1 , and the purchasers were not confined to this ut, for tne caiMvj from nl! sections to secute these bar gains " . 'I w enty-three pianos av ere sold etrday, aid at this rate the'stock will all go this v.cek. or long before the 2Sth, Ailuch is the last da "of tjiis sale. Peautiful high-grade Cabinet Grand Plan"- iu maligna, EnglMi cak iul Mini walnut aro going at tins tale for Slit7, ?2w7, $223 to 5248, Aliich It. Just about one-half Uie usual retail price Wb are ulferiug brand new Pianos. firt rlass in every i articular, avith full stale, for $137, $147. $103, to $187, $...

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