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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

--J3C -jt,(, .-g."g-?t?"S? J3;5j2s-".V THE ISIOHNI-NG TIMES, SUNDAY, JUKE 6v 1S97. r The Woman ' COMMENCEMENT COSTUMES. What a Graduating Dress Costs. Dow to IMtiue It at Homo. The all-absorbing type of bummer girl for June Is the girl graduate, for Lliough tlic Juue bride claims u lurge amount of attcntiou. she is so soon to rass over 1ie line that she is already reckoned among the married folks. The girl graduate is Just now torely perplexed about two "ery lmrortant questions namely, wliat she is going to say on the day of her graduacion aud what she will wear when she says 't. She can be as brilliaut as her gifts will permit her to be in the former case, but good taste forbids any great display of finery in the latter At all the great cli maxes in a woman's life, contrary to what might be expected of her proverbial van ity, she has always avoided any appear ance or elaborateness in tier dress. White is invariably chosen for her christening robe, her graduating dress, for her wtd ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

"J-t-- '- 16 .THE 3IOUNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE. 6, 1897. ES IK Historic Christ Clicrcb and tlie Confederate 31oimiiieiit. A CUT OF MEMORIES 2In ny Evidences Still of the Kveuts of. (lie Pnst Century Tlio AVus.li ingtun l'ew und the "Bruddook Iloiihe Tlio Jliracle of the Urtt Jhlj liivusiuu Cdd Tombstones. Among the haunts sacrea to the memory of Washington and the Revolution, Alex andria, Ta , has always been piominent. Tlie-ughdcstltutenowofniiyntiractlousave' the relies or u century gene, every day brings -to it a throng of visitors, who de part with pleasantmemorles, and sometimes with trophies of their own vandalism Alexandria wasfounded Inl7il9,itsnueleus having been a small Tillage known as Hunting Creek. The county surveyor laid out sixty acres in squares of four lots with one-hair acrein each, leserviug one square for the bite of a market-house, town hall and other public buildingb It xeneied its name from the noted Switch family named Alexander, from whcin the laud was imrt...

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

THE MOENIK& IISt-ITS, .SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1S97. 17 1JVe Q?1 V Ik Ml IM W l& Lafayette "Little '-Tycoon." Golutubia "His Little Dodge." Grand-Grau's Vaudeville. Kernan's -Katie Roony's Huriesquers. ' The man in search of the ideal will not find it in a theater. Yet the voice tli.it dares declare it finds a thousand echoes of otheit who differ. They fcay that ir there i.s one place one should go to look for the ideal it is the theater. "Well. look. You won't find it. The approsluintioa to idealism -which one find-, on the binge is hut a reflection of his own ingenuousness and capacity for heing moved by artificial agencies He 1-5 in a happy T"ramcot-inind, to he bure. The best performances ire ever haw were of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" years aud year, ago. It war, simply perfection. Legree wai the very cruoiest possible man, Topsy the very funniest possible darkey, Tom wak a paradox of virtue, and Eva was the quintessence of all angolie c-Mel-lencies The dogs were tremendous, the donke...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

t 18 THE MOKNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JUJSE 6, .1897. ;xi?? ,'? s-;- t"; LAST STAND OF HELLENES The Closing Scenes on the Bat tlefield at Velestino. GREEK COURAGE VINDICATED A Graphic Account of the Host Fijjht of the Thirty Days. Wur-Disgust and Itng:e of the GrecU Soldiery "When They I-enrued That They Jlust Abandon Defoiih.es. "London, May 22. The summing up of tho ttiiity Days' War, as It may perhaps be known in history, has now begun, and it ib a process Tliat will occupy a good deal of time, and perhaps involve some dispute among the various observers. But, first, there remain to be told a few good stories about the last days' fighting, berore the making or au armistice last Tuesday. With out t he battles of the last week the cam paign would scarcely deserve the name or war in its modern sense. There was gen uine, serious, deadly fighting at Velestino, at Domokos, and during the .second in vap'ion of Eplrus. More lives were lost m there engagements than in all otheis combined, and t...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

T,"'S$S a"-5' SfrH THU MOR JititiQt TIMES,? SUJDY, JUNE 0, 1897.. 19 The Stolen By 31 S. BURTON HARBISON. PART II. "Only Just .Colin!" He-hold a yoiitli tall, heavily built, poweiful, his head leaning n little forward from tlie shoul ders, his- brown, healthy face adorned with tlie expression of good-will toward mankind that, after all, is tlie ono unfailing-, charm of tlio human countenance Jt wa bec.tuso of his tiust in things that Colin never felt abashed; greeting the great and the lowly alike, with honest good-fellowship. Although in the eyes of a critical woman of the world his person might' have beisn found lacking in certain exterior signs deemed by her class indis pensable, his looks and manner when he came into a loom carried witli them irre sistible attraction. An ox-hero of ths unlversitv, where Maurice had been his devoted chum and follower, the echo of Oolin'h achievements in athletics had not yet died out in the two yeais since he had graduated. Take- Jock Blair, for ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 June 1897

TSf-pr """p' -fr0 ,'" J" "!' ""QT' 'V 20 TIio first Installment of tliat mucli heralded work, "A Library of the "World's Best Literature.," is fairly off the press and on Mm tallies of the reviewers It will consist of forty-five volumes, ten of which appear in this installment. If they are a fair indieat'on of the ntlre work, as prob ably they are. this compilation deserves almost to lie classed by iiself, bo far dees it excel the familiar "libraries" and "en oyclopnedlas" and like scrap-baskets yf literature It is on a much larger and more elaborate plan than most of thee, and far more skillfully done The entire field of literature, ancient, mediaeval and modern, tn all civilized imt'ons seems to have received attentlou. The selections are supplemented by photogravures and colored plates and reproductions of origi nal manuscript. Bibliogrnphlcnlly it is a delight 10 the eye and to the touch. It is an "Imperial edit on" without doubt It might at first sight seem that this task or co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 June 1897

("wSfeJt". r ' "" JT"!' . v THE CIRCULATION OF THE SUNMT TDCES "WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tme. For the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, threatening weather; southeasterly vrlndB. ri 8 3S,1 '-r--f f-Sf- . 1 ja JT" f"V' Thc COPIES. wijjsrg uiwmiUM-tmiiBfcHuraaaaa, i'i ivp sm.-p ST- NO. 1,175. JOHISHERIMTD RETIRE Judge Day Will Bo His Succes ' sor in the Cabinet. RESULT OF UANNA'S AMBITION Views o an Ohio Politician of tlio Deal Which Made Sherman Sec retary of Statu In Nnme Only und Hnuna Hiu Successor In the Senate. "YotT need not be surprised if Secre tary John Sherman withdraws from the Cabinet bcrore the beginning of the year 1698," said a prominent Otiio man to a representative of The Times yesterday lie wasabked his grounds for making such an Important assertion and he willingly gave them The gentleman in question Las long been prominent in Ohio politics, and for a num ber of years has been closely Identified with the Foiakor faction He has been in a posi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 June 1897

--. r" rfa"jf THE SrORKIKGr TIMES, MONDAY, JUKE 7, 1897. H'KMLETS CUBAN PLUS One Chance for, Spain Before In dependence Is Recognized. PROPOSAL TO BUY THE ISLAND If This I.-. Refused the President, It lf "Sold, Will Ser.d a Message to Cnne.re.ss- Urjrinj Recognition. American Projicrry Losses to Be Secured Mr. Calhoun's Report. It was learned from a reliable source last night that the Cuban yoliay of Fresi dent McKinley will probably become kuowu to ttie countrj through the action of the President in a very few days after his. return from the Nashville trip. This" pollcj, it is oald, is already decided on by the Administration in its larger parts, and will only be changed or modified, if at nil, id the smaller details by what the Presi dent hear, by word of mouth from his bpeeinl commissioner to Cuba, Mr. Calhoun, and from his ether source of Cuban in formation. " In au article published in Tlte Times on Friday afternoon it as announced that the Prc-idnte had then under considera ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 June 1897

"pr&s THE MORNING TIMES MONDAY; JUNE 7, 1897. di - SiPNEillfS SERMON An Agreeable Surprise for His Old Congregation. mr. Mckinley was present He Preaches on Self-Abnegation Drawn-From the Lifo of Christ V.'ho Overeuuie the World of Ambition and of Wealth, of Euse and of Sin. Bishop Newman preached a Eermon at Metropolitan M. E. Church yesterday morn ing; He is visiting "Washington for a short rest In the middle of a six months' work ing tour thioindi various States of the y Unlonj and took this occasion to meet his old congregation at the Metiopolitan. Ills coming vras an entire surprise, even to Dr. Johnston, the pastor or the church, and It was not even known to Dr. Jonnstun that he would preach until he rose to an nounce his text. There was a very large congregation, and as a large part of tnose present re membered Bishop Newman very pleasantly as their former pastor, the surprise was a inofct gratifying one. President MeKinley was one of the congregation. For two Sundays lie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 June 1897

a- THE MORKIKGTBrES, MONDAY. JUNE 7, 1897. 2ttmc3 tKORSIIfG. EV2I1TING AIH) SUNDAY.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPM, iTILSOH" HtTTCHIHS, President. KDTCHINS BUILDING. Tew Tori Offlcs: 2003 Tract Bnlldlnp. BUBscmrrioK sates. -3foNTni.T. nr Cakiiikej Morning, livening anil SuwIat.. Fifty Cents Fleming stid Sunday Thlrtj-flvo Cents Ivoting aud Sunday Tliirtr-uvo Cents BY MAIL. One Year. Morning.Evenlug and Sunday, J5.55 Six WoLtts " " " " 3 00 Three Months " " 1.75 One Yrar. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months " " " ?.25 3hree Months ' " ' 1.25 One Year. Krcnln; and Sunday.......... .U0 Six Months " " " 2.23 Three Months " " 1.25 Sunday ouly. one year 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Tr.LEI'UO.VES: Editorial Rooms, iSB; Busi ness Oilico. 1610. Circulation Statement. The circulation ofTm: Times for the teeefc aided Saturday, June o, 1837, teas as foftotrs. Sunday, May 30 23,917 Monday, May 31 35,230 Tuesday, Juncl 38,C01 Wednesday, June 2 3S,4G3 Thursday. Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 June 1897

" "jS'Stff THE MORNIKa TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1897. LANSBURGH & BRO. We certainly have the most complete line of Black Brilliantines, Sicilians, Serges and Henriettas. SPECIAL FBIOES. 39-inch Black Mohair Brilliantines 50c yd 42-iuch Black Sicilian, extra value 50c yd 45-inch Black All-wool Imperial Serge... 40- yd 45-iuch Black All-wool Imperial Serge. . . 50c yd 45-iuch Blade All-wool Cheviot 50c yd 45-inch Black All-wool Henrietta 50c yd 42-inch Black Figured Brilliantine.- 50c yd 52-inch Black All-wool Cheviot 75c yd 52-iuch Black All-wool Storm Serge 75c yd 45-inch Black Mohair Brilliantine 75c yd Remnants In Elack Dross Goods, In desirable lengths for Skirts, at greatly reduced prices. t t t x t 0jWAi(8pU3l. j 420, 422, 424, 426 C s V va''' -6fe o That s the guarantee we give with every bicycle wild by us no matter vrliat the price! It makes no dif ference what part is injured or JIOW we ask no questions but re place or repair it absolutely free! lou can get a Bicycle bere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 June 1897

ZPfiSS ""f. Tili3 JVIOUNlGr TJMP, MONDAY, JUNJS T 1897. ?tfr i CYCLISTS-LOOK bow we've cut the prices on Bicycle Goods things you need to make wheeling niore enjoyable. Look them over see if you need any thing then come today. Men's Bicycle Suits, that were $8 and $10 for $6.00 ' Men'sBicycleSults.that were S10, S12, 15 and $18 for $8.00 Men'sBlueandBrown Mixed Wash Goods Bicycle Suits, icducedto....$2.25 38 pairs Men's Footless Golf Stock ings, that were ?1.25 and $1.50, re duced to 7GC Bicycle Hose, that were 75c and SI, reduced to GOc 13 Scotch-mixed Boll-neck Sweat ers, thai were $3, reduced to $1.25 Plain Koll-neck Sweaters that were $1.50, plain colois; reduced to ji Bicycle Sweaters, in Mack, white, maroon, graj and navy: that were $2.50; re duced to SOL.TS Turtle-neck Worsted Sweaters, that were $3.50 and $3.75; reduced to $2.50 Bioken lots of Men's Ball Bearing Bi cycle Shoes, in black and tan, that were $3 and $3.50; reduced to $2 Boys' Bicycle Suite that were $8, $10 and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 June 1897

-.-r'-f' THE MOBBING: TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1897. i ..v-v- ups&jj? sroxur wanted and to lqajs'. WANTED" 5000 on ?15,6f)0 good D. U. real estate collateral. COLLATERAL., this ofricc. je5-3t,era "WANTED -A man Jn business wishes to borrow $200 with usual interest for hit months. Address W. W. W., this office. Je5-3t-ent imlvEl'-loaned on collateral securities; no delay. CONFIDENTIAL, this office. 3e4-3t.eni lUfttl TO LOAN From 55 to $50; no chattel mortgages required- money ad vanced on bicycles; negotiable paper bought Room 8, Central Building. jcl-7t LOANS MADE ONAFPKOVLU GOLLAT eral, eu-jh as life policies, stacks, Londs, building associnty- shares, syndicate cer tifittUes, etc. so delay 1TERKES & BAKER, 1110 F fct. Tuke elevator. tf LA."S JUAlJii ON F" UltNl l'UKE, HOHSLS, ETC. Loans maJeonFurniturc, Pianos, Hoiscs, Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. Please call l;eron f,ecurii.jr loins elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,...

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

ff "ti -J,rt-?v . f " i&rgrt3fr)?gsf3?' - -jf S l--"?:, THE MORNIffGr TIMES, llQIXp&Y, jHTSfE 7, 3 897. i pf Uiuum1 wamimr- Rogers & Co.'s New York stock of Men's and Boys' Suits at SIXTY CENT.S ON THE DOLLAR means choice of $7.50 Suits for $4.50 $8.50 Suits for $5 JO $10.00 Suits for $6.00 $12.00 Suits for $7.20 $12.50 Suits for $7.50 -$13.50 Suits for $8.10 $15.00 Suits for $9.00 $16.50 Suits for $9.90 $18.00 Suits for $10.80 $20.00 Suits for $12.00 All new nobby styles and pat terns, made for this season's trade. Are -well tailored and perfect in fit. All sizes. ROBINSON & GHERY GO 12th and FSts. N.W. Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Slices. City Brevities. The gunboat Wilmington is scheduled to arrive at the navy yard the early part of this week Tne several companies of the District National Guaul will go into camp at Fort Washington on Thursday next. A hand of the Salvation workers held an open-air meeting at the comer of Seventh street and Rhode Island aenue at 8 o'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 June 1897

."v -7 f- y TttF'3 - 1?s Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ime. For the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, light alio were; probably clear ing by Tuesday night; easterly winds. COPIES. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY MORNING, jJUNE 8, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE GEOT. KO. 1,176. z '32r VL thc 39 214 Says It Means Independence or Death to Every Cuban. A DISGRACE TO CIVILIZATION An Interview of Vltnl Import Willi Mr. McKJnley's Special Commi fcioner Compares Spain to a Clumsy Hull Stnng to Frenzy by Swnrms of Gnats. New York, June 7. William J. Calhoun, special counsel to Conmil General Fitz hugh Lee In the Ruiz case, arrived here from Havana this morning and spoke freely of bis impressions of the state of orfa'rs 'n Cuba. Re said he believed the war -would -only be ended by tlie death of the Inst Cuban or the final desperation and disgust of Spain after weary yeais of guenllla war fare. He intimated that the evidence Gen. Lee has been able to gathei in the Rui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 June 1897

v-v- I --' - THE 3IOEKESTG TIMES, TUESDAY, JUKE 8, 1897. 25 ?SS$ ?" "iSSS tor lat five years of Ills llfo. 1 bavo bright projects to open up a luw oillce with a good man lu New York, but 1 can not live to do It. 1 save President Mc KInley a St Bernard dog, and tood w ill with tiinu May God pitj and forgive ua oU. ' ".BARBER." Vtltli tlie above comniuuicaiioii unuly.ng on His desk was the following lype-wilt-teii statement: "Add this If you think it will do the world good: Snauoss and anxiety teem to be in creasing upon me. like cattle in a Luiu ing stable, I cling to what consumes me, to tlie Mditaiy life which dees me to much harm. I let myself be devouicd byinwaul buttering My old seir. the dicainF which used tohnuntmepassioa ate impulses, high asiiratcns, all lcv.ied In me at once with unexpected fpi ce. The dread lest I should have mUtcdmy destiny and stifled iny ti uu natuie, lest I tl.culd have buiicd myself alive, patted through mcllkea shudder. Thirst for the unknown, passio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 June 1897

'- -: THE MOKN1NG TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1897. ft LIVELY SENATE DEBATE Lumber Proves to Be Anything But a Dry Subject. DEMOCRATS VOTE FOR A DUTY Eight of Tliein Hcfu.se to Snpnort the Amendment to rut Lumber un the Free Ust 2Ur. Hour AsIcmI u Troublesome Question Ahoat Free Hides. The usuallydrysubjeetof lumber brought out an lutorostiiij; uebate in the Senate yesterday toward the close of thepioceed injrs A vote on Mr. Vest's motion to put white pine on tbe free list showed that ciht Democratic Senators nave repudi ated the Democratic doctrine to far, at least as it i elates to lumber Mr. Vest's motion was defeated by a vote or 38 to 20, the Democrats who joined with the Kepubllcaus beiu: Bucon, Ciay, McEnerj, McLauren, Martin, Hawlius, Tillman and White. Several Ions speeches weie made, by Messrs Spooner and Thurston for the Republican schedule and by Mr. Gray against it It was duiing his speech, in reply to a question by Mr. Btewait, Xhat Mr. Gray startled the Senate by say ing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 June 1897

THE MORHING TIMES, TUESDAY. JUNE 8, 1897. imb (KORHISG, EV-fI!G AITD SUNDAY.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPAUY, i-TO-SOI HUTCHIffS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. reyr Tcrk Office: 2000 Tract Eulldln?. SUBSCRIPTION 3ATE3. JIONTJII.Y, BY CAKKIEK: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Mcruincand Sunday .....Thirty-tlvo Cents Seeing ami Sunday Tlilrtx-fivo Couts BY MAIL. One Year. Mornlng,Evcningaud Sunday, JB.'iO Six Moutlss " " " " 3 00 lhrepM-jiitlis " ' J .75 Oue Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Mouths " " " ?.25 3breeMo: thi ' " " J.S One Year. Evening and Sunday .U0 Six Mouths "- " " 2.j Three Months - - - 1.25 Sunday only, one yoar 1.00 Orders by mall must ha accompanied by sub scription prica. Tex.epii.oxes: Editorial Rooms, 83; Busi ness Office. 1640. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for the iceck aided Saturday. June 5, 1897, was as tcUotcs: Sunday, May 30 23,917 Monday. May 31 35,230 Tuesday, Jttnel 3S.G01 Wednesday, Junc2 33,465 Tkvrsday.June3 39,1G7 F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 June 1897

i THE MOSSING TIMES, TUESDAY, JUSTJS 8, 7 897. H Lansburgh & Bro. a AWNINGS. LOOSE COVERS. FLY SCREENS.- These are three essential things tf iui summer comiurr. iu uc comfortable Is to be happy. And surely no one can be comfort able with the sun anil heat pour ing In the windows and the house filled wlthi the pesky, an- g noying1 flies. If you will let us give you an estimate on your Awnings, Loose. Covers and Screens you will be surprised at - how little money you will have to spend to make your home S pleasant during the hot weather. t AWNINGS'. g 1 (3 For $2.4o we will make you an gl Awning: of double-faced heavy ft Duckr bound with best Wool Binding:. This is for the regular gj window size; larger and smaller ones In proportion. c? LOOSE COVERS. g Our way of making Lcose Covers tf g. is the most economical and sat- ti et isfactory. We use the best ma- terlal and employ only experts g S to do our work, consequently Si never have a misfit or a com- g plaint. Our 66-inch Fnrnit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 June 1897

THE SIOENINGr TIMES, TUESDAY, JUSTE 8, 189t. Tarker. Bridget & Co., 315 7lh Street. Bicyclists are foolish to pay full prices for "tog gery." Come, investigate our "cuts" on Suits, Sweat ers, Hose, Shoes. etCw Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTHIERS, 315 Seventh St. RAM'S HORN INN Out past Brooklind past tuo Dcuriiui no; tlliMb' Home the pret tiest ritlo no.ir town anil tuo b -st of caecr await in:: you. ... - ..v..r tuui'A. .Ave. ijr.u-'cau.i bUlliailU fo low blue siirn. Perfect mail, lovely scenery ilctight- Park ful oata ! and iirini;nui" THEL. & R. ROUTE For Athletic Goods. DIRT CHEAP. I though it is the most valuable land 1UI ILOUICHLO vn- w- w. j X are the i loU; in Wesley I'nrk, 45th X Mass. ave. nw. A purchase X Et auJ V there virtually manes you a pari- a ner ithougn not, an a&.-essuile onej $ in that great enterprise, the MAM LL OF THE CENTURY, Y X the American University, ana its x x S10,0uu,u00 Tor iinpicvemcnts. Ap- X X ply Tor lots, terms, etc , to a, HOWARD. ...

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