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

fy$jx&&t''j'!rr,:"'' -y3-;- -,- 'THE mORXrSQ- TIMES, TLTESiAT, SU1ZE S, 1897. 3UON15V WANTED AND TO LOAN. HONEY. TO LOAN From S5 to S50; no chattel mortgages required; money ad vanced on bicycles; negotiable, paper bought. Itoom b. Central Building.jeb-7t WANTED $6,000, no commlSbion; gilt- edge c-al tatalu beCaril . Auore.K l OU, this ofllce. 3e7-3t,cni , WANTED 5,000 on $15,000 good D. c. real estate collateral. COLLATERAL, s. tins ofllce. je5-3t,em "WANTED-A man In business wishes to , - burrow S200 with usual interact for sis months. Address W. W. Wt, this orflce. 4 je5-3t-cm LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT eral, sum as life policies, stocks, bonds, building boci:itIc shures, syndicate cer tificates, eic No delay. 1'EKKES & BAKER, 1110 F fct. Take elevator. tf LoAa'S j.AJlii ON FURNITURE, HOUSES, ETC. Loans maJeoa Furniture. Fiano3, Horses, Wagonu, eic. , at lowest rates aud quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. Please call l-efyre tecum, ir loans elsewhere. W...

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. — 8 June 1897

"f" ',S., - fe-'s ' -l??' - '-;'"ntt"T? "y 'f -! .-- THE MOBNENG TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 3897. 8 jlrri? ? Colored Shirts Are now worn by all good dreMhor. Our new Htock of tlium both stiff boKoiu nud uesllyve in tlie choicest assortment of llie Tory latest colorings and combination. Many of theui are exclusive designs manufactured especially for us. Price aro most reasonable, $1. 1.25 and $1.50 for specially cboleo ones. Finer ones up to !?3. The HOGEHS & CO. ev York stock of Men's and Hoys' Suits lit SIXTY CfcXTS OX T1IK DOL LAR is the biggest clothing value you ever heard of. Still some left of those broken lots of Men's SG, $5, $4 and 3 Shoes at $1.00 per pair. ROBINSON & GHERY GO 12th and F Sts. N.W. Clothes, Furnishings, Oats, Shoes. City Brevities. George N. Fisher lias been granted a eeconiS-cIa'-s engineer' liceiibe. Nathaniel Spriggs has been adjudged In sane aavl seat to the Government Insaue Anylum. The Commissioners have declined to rein state W. Z. LMelln who wa...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 June 1897

-t--Jff-" J3t ff;'T?tX!f? "V, ,' ' of The Circulation of THE TIMES Yetforik WEATHER PROBABILITIES. "WA3 "tor tbo Dlstrlcf of Columbia, tbrcaten ing weather, probably without rain; nortb caBtcrly winds. NO. 1,177. WAsniKGrTosr, Wednesday morning, juke 9, i897 eight pages. ONE CENT. iJT "4&tt . "-? . . . , -- r u v I lie mmm 40,069 COPIES. Lr-'V , 1a3l THE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS .Action Taken Which Will Expe dite the Tariff Bill. PRECEDENTS THROWN ASIDE By Threats of Open Revolt Senator Thurston Forces His Colleagues Jnto Agreeing to Slujorlty Rule. . Individual Independence Surren dered iii to All Tariff Schedules. The Republicans of the Senntc did that yesterday n.orning which they have never done before. They held a genuine cau cus and hound every Senator, present add absent, to abide by the decree of the majority of the members of the party. Tins ifa a new departure. It guarantees positive results. It stops ceaseless tLd useless wrangling, shurteub debate, r.nd makes absolutely cer...

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

iyjAi- J 2 THE aiORtflSTGr TXftlSIS,-?: WJ3DKESDAT, JUKE 9, 1897. "&i yj &&$$&?-" v rCW. V Senator Vest's Caustic Comments on Southern Democracy. COTTON IS MADE DUTIABLE The Bncon Amendment for 20 Per Cent Ad Valorem on Cotton Adop -ed Democrats and PopuIi,-ft As sail Knch Other The ZHodified Sugar Schedule. Senator Vest sounded tlte keynote ot the debate In tlie Senate yesterday when he epoke ot a new evangel aud a new Demo cratic gospel. He referred lo the protec tion attitude ot Democratic Senators, from the Atlantic and Gulf seaboard, on the cotton and rice schedules. It was by long odds the most vivid discussion of the extra session. The debate was at timet, lurid with the .sheet lightning of per tonality, polite enough, but as polished as the point of a puletto; tlie Democrats quarreled among themselves and the Popu late quarreled with the Democrats. Mr Ma bou, Republican, or Illinois, perhaps voiced the desire or the Republicans, when he asked the Republican V...

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

"JW 'i' "V ---- tS ?&? J9" -S&C ?"- " -v-pT. ?,b THE MORNINOIIMBS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1897. EVIDENCE OF THE MASTER'S SKILL. And Only as Such Evidence Are These Cures of Deaf ness Published. Doctor McCoy Is a Physician, the Master Physician of His Time. Ha Is Not a Specialist in Deaf ness or Anything Else. The Same ComruniidliiR Medlcnl ' Genius Which IIu. Unlocked the Hearing- Is Vourh to Coinuiaud for Any Kind of Slckuvt in the World. The cure of dcnCuuoM linn evi denced to the people of Washing ton, the home of Doctor McCoy V Notional Practice, the wonderful nkill that Doctor SleCov- poresej the Gift of Healing, liorn in him, and perfected by the rarest train ing of School, Clinic and Hospital, hut it it only e;lvcu in evidence of that skill. Doctor McCoy in no "jspe uiullst." in dcuftich or In anything clue, lie 1h a Doctor, a IMiyhieiau, the Great lMiyxIclitii, the Mas ter JMiyt-fcinn of liih time. True, Doctor Me Coy save the pro fession the cure for deufiios. It wuh on...

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

L : cr THE MOBBING TDO09i WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, 1897. Ctmed (MORKIHG, EVHIHG AKD STOT5AY.) THE WASHMTON TIMES COMPIJY, - ITIISOH EUTCHIRS, President. BUTCHINS BUILDING. Tcw Tork Ottts: 3000 Tract Building SUBSCRIPTION 3ATE3. 2ToNTnx.Tt by Cabeieb: Morning, Evening and Bun-lay.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday...... Thirty-five Cent6 leering aud Sunday.. ....Thlrty-firo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morning, Evening and Sunday, J5.53 Eir Mouths " " " " 3 00 a brer Months " " " " !.& One Year. Morning-and Sunday.......... 4.00 SIxMouths " " ' ?.!5 aisree Mot ths ' 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday .. 4.00 Six Months " " " 2.23 Three Mouths " 1.23 Sunday only, ono year. L0Q Orders by jaail must be accompanied by sub scription price. TEJ-EruoxEs: Editorial Rooms, 4S0; Busi ness Office. 1C10. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for the vtek ended Saturday, June 5, 1897, was as Iclloics: Sunday, May 30 23,917 Monday, May 31 35,230 Tuesday, Junel 38,001 Wednesday. June 2 38.4G5 ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 June 1897

".Ti- " ,-"1, -S? m TELE MOBNrPTGK TL&IES, JDyESDAY JURIS 9, 3 897. & XANSBTJRGH & Bro. 25o Sterling' Silver Belt Pius, VAc 6 This Is an run usual price, but only to get you interested in the 'new ideas in Shirt Waist Sets that we make this concession. 10c for Belt Buckles worth from 25c to 50c. This gives you a pick of many styles. 3 FOR S1.00, for Shirt Waists worth from 50c to 75c. AH this year's stock, but have been moving too slowly at the regular prices. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. U CX3GX3B5)SSSOS(SGGG)5i5GXlSfi3 0'WVGSse-9wm. ftO Tliat s the guarantee we give -with every bicycle sold by us no matter what the price! It makes no dif ference wnat part Is injured or HOW we ask no questions but re place or repair it absolutely tree! you can get a Bicycle here on tho Easiest Terms Ever Known! No notes no Interest small monthly payments are all we want. Tliis Is the btore or real accommo dation the store or reliable qual ities; we tack down Martins free; we make, lay and...

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

i'- jjsv -" vjA,-"'"-",")y''1"""2rf V.-' ?C ' rjg -P ''," THE MOKNOTGr TBI'BC WEDNESDAY, JUSE 9. 1897. 6 rV ,5feVS3jKS-sj tttfriZJf ' "i" S Parker, BrWlsot & Co., Frocrmsivo CloiliieiK, 315 7th Street. The man who buys a suit of clothes without see ng wjiat all the clothiers are offering is not wise. Drop in and investigate our offer ings. They appear all the greater when compared with what the others are palming off. $10 and $12 Suits for $6.25 is but one item. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTHIERS, 3 15 Seventh St. COLUMBIA COLLEGE CRACKS RODE Spalding Bicycles At Manhnttan Beach last Saturday. TJiat s why they won the Inter collegiate cycle championship. Watch Ihe Spalding:' Blue Racers The Spalding Bicycle, 1S9T model, $100. You Can Ride a Spsldin? Our BestBlcvclcBargalnorfer makes It possible Tor you to do to. (DCnsPALDING L( $ jU bicycles OU New 1896 models, fitted with '97 tires and 97 Christy Saddle Mens, S50; Women s, $60. Spalding's Guarantee. Sold on installments. A. G...

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

:y:-ie&. "MS- -t-ij&yr -yr4'-'3&te THE 3tOBNIG - TIMES, 3ISIAY, eTdSTE 9, 1897. K V MON'KY WA.NTER A:D -TOj-LOAN. 1L X. V GLTO N 'S loan of nee , 1218 Pa. ave. nw.,moneyIoaueil on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. aplObm WANTED -$3,300 on new 1). C. real estate; well rented; modeiate commission. OWNER, Hits office. Jc9-3t MONEY TO LOAN From 55 to S50; no cliatter mortgages required: money ad vanced on bicycles; negotiable paper bought. Room 8, Central Building. jeb-7t WANTED 50,000, no commission; gflt- eoge nal t&tate security. aoitjk i i0, this ofneo. , Je7-3t,cm LOAKSIADE ON APPROVED COLLAT eral, such as lire oolidos. stocks, Lends, building association shares, synulcaie cer-tiricaie.-j, otc. Ko delay. YERKEB RAKER, lls.10 F st. Take elevator. tf LOANS -lADE ON FUBXl PURE, houses, inc. Loans.made on Furniture. Pianos. Hoiscs, Wagnas, etc , at lowest rales and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. Please ,call lroro securinir loans elsewhere. W...

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

"" "r3wga.,j z&5"- "' ) ItHB, MORNING TIMlfi WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 3897 8 tSSfefP Don't Miss This sale of the Sogers & Co. New York slock of Men's and Boys seasonable, stylish, perfect-fitting suits at SIXTY CENTS on the dollar. They are all new, made for this season's trade, and are the most fash ionable shades, colors and pat terns of checks, plaids and heather mixtures, as well- as solid color blue and black serge and cheviot. All sizes for men and boys. ROBINSON & GH 12th and F Sts. N.W. Clotlicp., Furnishings, Hats, Shoes. City Brevities. Charles N. Cross has been appointed an additional private or the polhe force, for duty with ttie Washington and Great Fulls Hallway Company. The boardwalks throughout Brookland are in a dangerous condition, and Lieut. GcbRford reported yestcrJhy that they require immediate attention. The Commissioners have recommended faorable action on Senate bill No. 92.J, 'To raise the age of protection to girl3 in the District of Columbia to eight...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

irsPfisSsr' $?&?&'&, 1 2 w-f- A?. --v " V Tie Circulation of THE TLME3 Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ime 'For the District or Columbia, Mary land, aud Yhglnla, partly cloudy; slightly ' -warmer; variable -winds. COPIES. "--"Tfe --ege" 'rPvWS'Sf!: pPkJtT - uiht K j 1,178. DTUHITE GUI i T7clve-Incli Monster Blown to Pieces at Indian Head. FRAGMENTS HURLED A MILE -'The Csploslon Shatter, n House und Destroys Adjacent Gun Cnr- . Jringes One Piece, Thrown Into the Itiver, Narrowly Misses the X5. S. Tug Triton Loss Heavy. A -In the conduct of experiments with one f tuc new 12-inch dynamite guns yebter. iday afternoon at the Indian Head prov ing grounds the gun exploded. The gun was not only destroyed by the tremendous chock, but the carriage was demolished, and nlbo the carriages of beveral guns In the neighbourhood or the djnamlte monster The oxperimcntb weie in charge of a board of Naval officeis. The brcecli blew out. hurling the fragments hi all di rectlons, borne o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

t j-.5 r:j sf .--" -"' v -?-svfJ.'jrijf? ----- -,- THE MOTHNTIKGr TIMES, THITRSDAX, JUN3S 10, 3S9T. OLIGE SPOIL THE FIGHT Arrest Malior and Sharkey at the End of the Seventh. A VERY POOR EXHIBITION For Five Hounds tlio rullists Jump Around the Hing LlKo a Connie of Dancing Masters In. the JLnht Round Malier Plainly Proves His Superiority. New York, June 0. Tlie police stopped the fight between Peter Malicr and Tom Sharkey In the arena or llie Palace Athletic Club thla evening when it was at the most exciting point the men had fought mx wary rounds, with Sharkey doing nion of the work, Muheractedwarily. The patrons of the fiKlc art had not seen inucli to ad mire outside of the shifty footwork of both men. Mahrr hud teen knocked half way through the ropes liy the sailor in the slMh lound. and the incident served to arouse 7,500 j-pci taiors to the highest pitch of expectancy. Mahcr wah infuriuted when the seventh louud began, and foi the first time during the battle the hip lad rrom G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

1&':$P' S-5'i2tM'??sUt '5?3y5f- "Zi&t"- " -"tpF&E?-. ,",'& THE MQRNTNGr TIHEB, THTJESDAT, JUJS'E 10, 18D7. MR. MILLS Oil THE TARifF The Author of a Famous Bill De fines the Democratic Position. ANOTHER FAMILY SNARL Senator IJndMiy, Senator Huwllns, Vnnd Senator U11h Differ on Tra ditional Tariff rolicy Senator , -Cannon and Uutler Speak for Kx- port Bounty ou ITuriti BrodiictH. j'-Tlic session of the Senate yesterday was concluded without any refeieuce to the sugar schedule, although it was understood that it would be in crdci. The proceed ings were, nevertheless, not without special interest; -and, judging from what has al ready been said, it is not unlikely that all the Democrats who have voted with the ltepubllcans on lecal tarirr ibsiies will be heard in justification cf their courbfj before the debate closes. The features of the session were a speech by Senator Mills, niraigning the Republican measure and advocating Demo cratic theories of former Presidential ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

THE MOUSING TIMES, THUBSDAT. JUNE 10, 1897. ffibc mea (Id'OHKlIfG. EYHIIT& ATTD STJITOAY.) by: THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, i-TILSOI? HUTCHBfS, President. HUTCH INS BUTLDINU. rew Tork Offlss: 2000 Tract Bulldine. subscription hates. SIONTIJT.Y. HY CAKItlEn: Worship, Evening anil Bun lay. .Fifty Ccnta Men Ingnml Sunday .... Thirty-five Cents L-, ecing and Sunday Thlrty-fivo fonts BY .MAIL. One year. MoruIng,Evonlng and Sunday, S5,W Eix Months " " " " 3 00 Three Mouths " " " J.75 OnoYrar. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months " " " T.25 3 nrce Mouths " " " 3.25 One Year, Evenlns and Sunday 4.00 Six Months " " " 2.2-3 Thiee Months " 1.25 Sunday ouly, ono year. 1.00 Orders by mall must be accompanied by sub Ecriptloti price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, iSS; Bud cess Oflicc. 1610. Circulation Statement r The circulation of Tile Times for Vie week ended Saturday, June 5, 1897, teas as icUovos: Sunday, May 30 23,917 Monday, May 31 33.230 Tuesday, June 1 38,001 Wednesday, June 2 38,-Uk) T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

f " TILE aiOCyiNg TIMES, THURSDAY, JUUTE 10, 1897. rxv fi Lansburgh & Bro. 5 Just look at these valuesi 35c. 3 for S LOO, for Shirt Waists worth to one dollar. up 79c. 0 for choice of Shirt Waists 4j that have sold for $2.98, J $2.80, $2.75, $2.47, $2.25, K $1.98, $1.47 and $1.25. U 6c. for Sterling Silver Belt Pins 6 worth 25c. 1 Si 10c. for Belt Buckles from 25c to 50c. worth 15c per yard for AlLsilk Ribbon worth from 25c to 40c yard. 9c. per yard for Lace worth from 15c to 25c yard. 14c. for Men's Suspenders sold everywhere else for 25c. 85a '2 g per yard for beautiful Lawns gener ally sold for 8c. for Lawns that sold every where for i2j4c. . 8 18c. .g 5 a yard 8 B for Fine Imported French S g Organdies sold to this day ft I' for 37KC yard. 29c. g w for a 49c Summer Corset 5 2 freely guaranteed by us. h k 59c. i for Ladies' Wrappers that you cannot duplicate for less than 98c. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. QQG9 S3C5 S3 GSS QS53 Q'''f.'. evo 51 xou can Get a Bicycle Here on the ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

A-i-'-S&t THE MOENING TIMJ5F, THURSDAY, JUXE 10, 1897. Parker, Bridget & Co., Progressive Clothiers, 310 7th Street. There's still excellent pick ing in that line of Men's $10 Sack Suits, choice pat terns, latest styles, which as a "banner' ' of fering we' re let going at $6.25. You'll regret it i you let this splendid Suit opportunity slip by. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 3is 7th St. "SPALDING" J When stamped on Athletic P Goods and Bicycles means 9 (j standard of merit 1 I 1896 SPALDING BICYCLE, $50 ....r,J Carries Onr Regular Guarantee. ! jj A, G, SPALDING & BROS, I 1013 PENNA. AVE. RAM'S HORN INN Out past BrooUl mil past the bsnutilul So' ilieis' Home the pret tiest rido ne.ir town and the best of cheer awai. ing you. NERVOUS TKOUBL.ES, atl kinds, cured with A.MMAL EXTRACTS. Free Book tells how. M'ash'n Chemical Co.. "Washing ton. D. O. THEL. & R. ROUTE For Athletic Goods. A HEAVY THACK AT GRAVESEND. Favorites Cupture AH of the Lead Ing Events. New York,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

... -- jJ'Sfe jv-vi, .---- t.- ---sJr-'VJ; v --- 4"tT-V J""-; " l-i" -"--' J TH.E 31QBjyJUNe TIMES, THURSDAY, JUJSUD 1U, IS97. iXONKV "WANTJSD AXD "TO LOAN. MONEYloaned oircSllaferat sxcurltyTiio tlelay CONFIDENTIAL, tills oflica. c9-3t.cra WAN1EU :fG,O00; no commission; gih cage real e&Uue security. Address 100. tins ornce. jeu-at-cjn U.K. FULTON'S loanornce.lSlSPa ave. nw.,inoiievloanedon watches, diamonds, jewelry bllver ware, etc aplO-Om "WANTED -$3,300 on new D. C.' real estate; well rented; niodeiate commission. OWNER, thib office. je9-3t MONEY TO LOAN-Froin 55 to $50; no chattel mortgages reiiuired; money ad vanced on bicycles; negotiable paper bought. Room a, Central Building. 3cb-it LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT--cral, KiiU as life policies. bticks, bonds, building aKsoclaUou snares, syndicate cci-ttricate-.-. i-tc. No delay YERKES t BAKER. 1110 F st. Take elevator. tf LUA.Na uAjLiL ON Fl'ltMTL'lth', HOUSES, KTC. LoausmaJeon Furniture,. Pianos, noises, Wagons, etc., at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 June 1897

S4VJ Jvw,'5i553 -iscs,-f5-:-- -J3C- -" '-"- "- "-- ;-- S THIS MGTNTS3- TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 10, l07. TODAY The Sale Es On ! Men's S2.50 Shoes SI.89 Some aro worth S3. H. S. & H.'s tan sbades. Men's 83.00 Shoes 2.29 Theso are H. S. & H.'s Tan Bicycio Oxfords, with patent etuya. Cheap at S3. Men's $4.00 Shoes 82.93 Fivo different stylos of dark tan in these. No trouble about potting your size in ex actly the stylo you like. CROCKER, Shoes Shined Free. 939 PA. AVE. City Brevities. The cabe of ratiick Htzgerald. charged with tin' laueny of 25 fiom "William C. Ilickey, has been nolle prost-ed. Andrew J. Whlttaker was yesterday reinstated into an $1,800 clerkship in the office of auditor for the postofiice, in the Treasury Department. "Willie at work at Wlnslifp's coal wharf, Georgetown, yesterday, Ueorge Carter, a colored lalKirer, wu serinut-ly injuied by being struck on tlie liead by u large lump sf coal. Assistant Secretary Vanderiip returned to ills post at the Treaitny build...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

t-sf&r -nr r1-?" '.J? 'J,- : - fKme. The Gircnlatign of THE TIMES fesferdij "Was WEATHER PROBABILITIES. , For tho District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, fair; warmer; variable wluds. COPIES. 3STO. 1,179. WAsmsTGrTcwsr, Friday mousing, juke n, i897 bight pages. ONE GENT. mht : S V THE BRtTlSHJJON ROARS Determined Stand Taken Against the Retrocession of Thessaly. WILL NEVER CONSENT TO IT British Ambassador Declares the Policy of His Government 1" Terms the Equivalent of au Ulti matum A Threat to Withdraw from the Concert. London, June 10. Your correspondents this city lias received private advice- from Constantinople which enable him to con firm without reservation the news cabled to The Tmes of England's declaration regarding the retrocession to Tuikeyor the Grecian province of Thessaly. The announcement that England would not consent to TJies-saly again being placed under Tuilcish rule was made by Sir Philip Currle, tne Brltlsu ambassador, to Tewnk Pasha, the minister or f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

THE MORNnSTG TJQtES, FBIDAT, JUNE 11, 18D7. a DOCTOflB MD DENTiSTS Nineteen Candidates Keceive Their Licenses to Practice. ONE YOUNG WOMAN GRADUATE Interesting' Commencement Exer ciser f the Medical and Duutul Depnrtments of the National Un Tersiry TTof. Doiner'n Address to the Class. IJht of Graduates. Tbo thirteenth annual commencement ot the medical and dental departments of the National University was held at the New National Theater last night. Ten new doctors and nine new dentists were given license to practice. The graduating exer cises came ro pass In the midst of flags and flowers, and the pulse of the graduat ing classes, the faculty and a great audience kept U.113 to tuerhythm of Haley's Band, - The students filed upon the etage to the muoic of the "Amciican Beauty" march by Haley. In the ranks ot the Mack clid students thcie was the -white tobed form of a woman. She -was Ii-a.be! Armour Offutt, of the Dlstiict of Co lumbia, and a member of the class in medicine. 8 lie wo...

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