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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

mmiJk , v ---s? .n. v.-e?' & ?:; jp - - T", SE r THE MORNING- TIMES. FRIDAY JUNE 11, 187. 3T. WTsfS- '.J SUGAR SGHEDULE TAKEN UP Senators Jones, Vest and Caffery Open the Attack. A SEVERE ARRAIGNMENT The Deuiocrntic Senators Tour Hot Shot Into the Proposed Schedule. Favors to the Refiners Demon bt rated The Fallacy of the dif ferential Hate Kxyobed. The popular interest in the Senate de bate - kept the galleries filled yesterday from the early hour of meeting, 11 a. m , until the close of the session , at 5 in the afternoon It was the debate on the mgar Schedule that molt tickled the public ear, because it was suggestive of political scandal, subterfuge and trfckery.and quite appropriately, the sarcasms and innuen does were as refined as the subject of tho debate itself. Mr. Vest and Mr. Jones of Arkansas, the leaders or the conservative minority, both made notably strong speeches attacking the Sugar Trust, Mr Jones being par ticularly effective in that part of hie remarks in wh...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

-"-?$' x-' 'vrJ5?g'j-s' ffSSSSf-" -'T-JilS7' THE JMOKJSXPfCK llAEgf 'JfBIDAY, JUNE II, 189T. w ftimed (MORKHTG, EVEHIHG ABD SUNDAY.) THE WASHINGTON TIMES GOMPMY, tTILSOH H0TCHTTS, President. HUTC1UNS BUILDING. Yew" Tork Of lies: 2000 Tract Buiiainr. SUBSCRIPTION JI.VTE3. 2!oxtiii.t. n CABniKn: Morning, Evening aud Bnn lay.. Fifty Cents Mcruingand Sunday Thirty-five Cents Lrecuig aud Sunday .Thirty-fire Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng.Evcning aud Sunday, $5.50 Elx Mouths " " " " 3 00 0 hree Months " " " 1.75 One Yfar. Morning And Sunday 4.00 SIxjMonths " ?.S5 1 fcrec Months ' " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Six Months 2.25 Three Mouths " " 125 Sunday only, one year 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied bysub tcrlptlou rrice. SAlemiones: Editorial Rooms, iS3; Basi nets Office. 1MB, Circulation. Statement. The circulation, of The Times for the Keek ended Saturday, June 5, 1897, 'Joas as ouows: vnday,2Tay 30 23.947 3foji da y. Ma y 31 33,230 Tuesday, June 1 38,001 Wednesday,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

'Kr. jf'i&c " 5' " y-3- '-' THE MORNING TJBfiEiSf HIDAY, JUNE 11, 1897. osr .v. sessesessesesese? Lansburgh & Bro. i SPECIALS 1 3 IX OUR Lawn Dept. Placed on 3 separate tables for your con venience. 2,000 yards Fine Lawn. Including Lace Effects, Dimities, Cordes and 36 inch Batistes. Tlio Itacular Om -r,A 12sc quality. OC Ja- 1.7O0 yards Lace Ja conas, Indian Dimities, Cordelettes and French Nainsooks, In all the newest shadings. Kcgnlar lSJfc and iff -vA IGc quality IUC J" 3,000 yards 40-inch French Batiste, the best goods in the world for waists. 17c quuUty. l&Q J" I 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. KX3SSSSSSS903SGSS YES! xou oan Get a Bicycle Here on the Easiest payments Ever known "Weekly or montlily; ?so notes no interest. Ail wiieeis, saddles, anu Tires sold by Us are iept In Repair One year Free I Will rurnisn jour itoom or jour wnole House; Carets made, Laid, and lined Tree tso cliarge for waste in matching figures. Koltd Oak Chamber Suites $10 up. Solid Oak Extension ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

5&zmP' "- ri-, j X THJE MOBNIUG TJMEeCt FRIDAY, JTTNJ2 11, iy7. Parker, Itrlcljrrt Jfe Co., Froc'CKBivn Clothier, 315 Till Street. These 10 Sack Suits we've cut to $6.25 can be depended upon for th-eir style, workman ship and general wearing- quali ties. We can obtain no more to sell at this price after the pres ent lot is .sold, so don't risk dis appointment by putting off buying- your Suit. Come in today. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 3i5 7th St. RAM'S HORN INN Out past Brookl iml past tlio bsauttiul So -diets' Home tlio picr ttcst rldo ne.tr town and theb-stof cheer await ing you. its Atlantic Summer Garden, O K 426 Tenth St. FAKCIULLI TO BE TRIED Marine Band Leader Ordered Be fore a Summary Court. Decoration Day Incident to He In vestigatedDisrespect to n Su perior Officer Charged. Bandmaster Funciulli, of theUnlted Staler Marine Band, will appear before a sum mary court, which will convene at the Marine Barracks at 11 a. in. today, to try tlie specifications preferr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

TBM .MPRfflHQ TIMES, FRIDAY JU&& lt 1397. v I XlOXKV VAN'T,EZ A? lO TXA3T. 5500 to $1,000 cash to Javest"jn any paying business. BEADY CASH, this pfllc-c. jel i-3t WANTED -SGjOOO for 3 years, At G per ccut, xtti SISJOO D. C. real estate se CKrtt,y. INVESTMENT, tills olilce. Jell-3t MONEY loaned on collateral security; no delay. CONFIDENTIAL, this oriico. je9-3t.um WAV! BD-56,000; no commission; silt- oaire real estate security. Address 10U. tlUS office. Jo9-3l-cui JL K. FULTON'S JoanoCficc. X2L8 P.a. are. nw., moneylcaued on watches, diamonds, jewelry, saver ware, etc apio-uui real WANTRn -R3.S00 on new . C estute; well rented; modeiate commission. OWNER, tills office. Jc9-3l MONEY. TO LOAN From 55 to 50; no chattel mortgages required; money ad vanced on bicycles; negotiable paper bought. Boom 8, Central Building. jeb-7t LOANS iIA.DE OK APPROVED COLLAT cral, cucli as life policies, stocks, bondr, building association shaies, fcyudicate cer tificate, j'tc. Ko delay YERKES &am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 June 1897

"-r 4 'f "fr$iVJ J THE MOTlNINGr TIMES, FRIDAY, JUffE 11, 1897. i PEREMPTORY w Loeb & Hirsh Stock of Fine Clothing and Furnishings BY ORDER OF THE RECEIVER. The firm cf IOEB & HIRSH having- been dissolved by order of the court in equity cause No. 1S377, and the undersigned having been directed to take charge of the business, the entire stock of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnishings must be sold at euormous reductions in order to turn the same into cash immediatel1- to settle the partnership. This sale includes the entire stockof Men's and Children's Fine Clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishings, considered one of the most carefully selected in the city. The undersigned has placed the stock at prices that will insure an immediate clearance. .A.. Sftc City Brevities. Justice Cox yesterday directed a court of inqulrendo de Junatico to be issued for Llbie Uaggen maker. The will of William Ockstadt was filed for probate yesterday. It is dated Aiarch 5, 1579, and the "widow, Cathanna ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

' '-iiMV '" "'Sl-w''..'- " ""'"' 'j? n ',7" " The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. imt For the District of Columbia, Delaware and Maryland, fair Saturday; light south-. Hgrly winds- COPIES. r WASnUtfGKTOlS", .SATURDAY MOBKXNG-, JUNE 12, 1897 OEIG-HT PAGrE3. ONE CEjST. NO. 1,180. '"--- "J;r &?'"&$- "J ?e?jf G Wit 40gS39 'i:::::.:: Last Chance I 7"o $70 and 8 to' (o Co f fiyM) M. Dyrenfort.h &. Co"., &) 20th Century Clothiers, jjj? x Q23 PENNA. AVENUE N. W. " ::!.iii.iiiiiiii VICTORY FOR HAND LABOR The Commissioners Award the Street Sweeping Contracts. LIKE THE "WHITE WING: Diifffrett and Dugan, the Successful Bidders, Will Employ an Increased Force of Men and Some Slde Swet'iilng Machine- Attorney Thomas' Interpretation. The Commissioners yesterday awarded the contract for sweeping the streets, ave nues and alleys or the city for the ensu ,1ns two years to Messrs. Albert Daggett and Michael A. Dugan. The prices to be paid will be 32 cents ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

THE MOBKJUSTG TIMES, SATURDAY, JUltfJE 12, 389T. had broken a contract.' Tlxjy now hal the opportunity to remind tlilr DemuuaUc u ticn. Mr. Gear fcatO it was necessary 'to put a tax on migar on account of the rallure of the Democratic Administration- The threat of Democratic success, even, de moralized the Qouutry. Mr. White reminded the Republicans that they promised prosperity if theie was a show- or passing the tariff bill. There had bee-i a show smee March of .1 passage of the bill, but where was the confidence? where was the prospeiity? Resuming the reading of extracts, Mr Hale was quoted as showing that the duty in t94 oa iron would produce a surplus Mr. Hale was also eloquent about untaxed sugar at the breakfast table. It was a tax to be paid by the consumer. Mr. "White could not doubt such an author ity as the gentleman from Maine. 11 r. Alarich wan quoted i saying that the duty on Mignr would tax the consumers $50,000,000. at which statement the Democrats stood appalled. Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

fSg? ks-ygSr5'3'SBt- V4- ts-Z"- ;e' '-r .v.va !v- - THE MOENINGTIMES, SATUBDAT, JUNE 12, J8!7. &S&&t'' DR. MoOOY GIVES FOR THE SOI The Uniform $3 Rate Orig inal in. His Practice, -Though Imitated 'r By Others, And Extends It So That It Applies to All Patients . and All Diseas:s. The period (luring which Doctor MeCoy treated Ctnurrli free iu ein pliusis of the verier of lessons iu KtructliiK'the people regarding this disease is herewith closed. At no hen son could the pub J ation of these articles be more approirlato than ut the beginning of the uiiuuuur, which Is the bet time for the treat ment of this disease, and following his custom Doctor JicCoy announces that during the entire su miner sea fcon that Is, until the 1st of Sep temberall patients will ba treated at the uniform rule of 3 u mouth, medicines included. This tfb rate, which was given last summer by Doctor MeCoj-, has been given ty him many times for the special purpose of enabling patients to ba treated duri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

fi.-ywj'1- j- the moking times, Saturday, june 12, 1397. SThneg IKORHIKG, ZVHIKG AIM) SU.TDAY.) MY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, iTIXSOH EUTCHIKS, President. HUTCH INS BUILDINO. -Tew Tori Office: 2000 Tract BBlldln?. subscription hates. JTOXTIIIr. I1T CAltKIEIU Kerning, Evening aud Sund.tr.. Fifty Cents JJcningond Sunday .... Thirty-five Cents tiering and Sunday Thlrtr-flvo Coins BY MAIL. Onr 3Mr. Morning, Evening aud Sunday, $5.50 Elx Months " " " " 8 00 2 111 er Months " " " " 1.73 One Yrar, Morning nnd Sunday 4.00 Blx Months " " " "25 Ubrcrilonth3 ' t 1.25 ' One Year. Evening and Sunday 4.U0 Biz Months " " " 2.2.5 Thico Months " " L23 Sunday only, one year '. LOO Orders by mall luust bo accompanied by sub scription price. Telki'IIOnks: Editorial Kooms, 4S0; Busl ness Office. IG10. Circulation Statement. f ' 27.P circulation of The Times for the ueck aided Saturday. June 5, 18y7, was at oUoks: Sunday, May 30 . 23.047 Monday, May 31 35,230 Tuesday, June 1 38,001 Wednesday, Junc2 38...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

THE IMOKNINa TX&LES, SATURDAY, JIHOJ 12, 1897. V K3SeQQSSQ GS-SS&SSS&esSQSQQ 0 s Lansburgh & Bro. 3 SAVE 50c. s? This $1.48 Skirt, 98c. This excellent Muslin g Skirt, made with deep g circular ruffle of em- a broidery in beautiful pat- $ terns, 3K yds wide, made on French yoke, with B draw-string. Ail lengths fcj in stock. Regular Si. 48 value, for 98c g a I This fine Muslin Gown, made Empire" style, with band of insertion across front, bretelles of em broidery edged with ham burg, long sleeves and full skirt. Open until 9:30 tonight. $UAQrtyA i 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. & G5S9SSSQQQQeQSSQSCSaSSSQ3 STERN'S. We must vacate store 906 7th St. at the end of this month, so we must sell our stock. We have cut Prices Clean in Two. 8c Ladies' Ribbed Vests 3'c 10c Ladies' Ribbed Vests cc 15c Ladies' Ribbed Vests c 10c Children's Vests 5c 10c Ladies Belts so 15o Ladles' Belts qc 49c Ladles Belts 23c 25c Band Bows 3L5C 19c Silk illtfs 13c Cc Buttermilk Soap, 3 for ....5c 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

"S5Ss'VS?rBV's,S"s'" j siipre'' ? ?esf?1?6 assfrc ' THE HOttNItfG- TIMES, SATURDAY, JUSTS 12, 1897. 6 3 At$!,35. I PS 1 lot or Boys' Navy Blue and black Cheviot Ueefcr Suits, hliort pants. Sizes 3 to 15 years. Cost you ?. elsewhere. Here today at &l vOa At 35c. Big lot of Boys' Wash rants, in crash, duck, linen and per cale, fast colors; plain and fancy Sizes 3 to 12. l'erpalr, 35c. Or 3 pair for $1. I QJIlOICe $. I &Z.23 QL 2&3. d. O. PI PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., K pi ft oair tor a i . 300X3010m3030X3CX3X& FiJIOXAI.. MM if DAVIS, bjrn Clairvoyant and card reader; tells about business; remove .?, ..'...-n tnnnMiceh: reunites the icparad, rfnd gUes luck to all; cures piles ami drunkenness. 1-8 -g""; IF THE GENTLEMAN who called at 803 Vh st. nw., about 4.30 on Thursday, hi regard to parlor bedroom, will call again It will be to his advantage. It AN ABSENT-MINDED .ROOSTER" Get your wits together and -come down hew far a splendid suit, "only a trille" worn, and made by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

"V'3'3Si1v'' . THE MOKOTBTG TIMES, SATUKDAY, JOTTE 12, 1897. 'rP -, r WAN a up -To sell or win'ncKoilatc'fiinaU loan, nc reasonable rate oC IntM-eat, on an O.idowtiient policy Tor $3,000 in finr -class ihu line liiKuinuce company; policy due In A J!e.ur:; Premiums paid to date. Address o. w. ., tiiis ornce. it ..WANTED -$5,G00 for 3 years, at G per cent, on $15,000 D. c. real estate se curity. INVESTMENT, thiB oHice. Jell-3t MONEY loaned on collateral security; no delay. CONFIDENTIAL., this oMco. jc0-3t.cm WAN'lED-$o,000; no commission; Kt- 'dgc real estate security. Address ion. tins office Je9-3l-em U.K. FULTON'S loanorflce, 121S Pa. ave. mv., nioneyloaneJ on watehen, iauionds, jewelry, silver ware, etc. aplO-Om ONE TO LOAN From 35 to $50; no chattel mortgages required; money ad vanced on bicycles; negotiable paper buugut. Room Ht Central Building. je8-7 1 LOANS MADE ON APPROVED 0OLLAT eral, Mich as lire policies, btocks, l.oud. buiKtiug association, shares, synulcate cer tificate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 June 1897

8 THE raOKSTOSQ TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 3897. :;;;);;;; ":;:::.' ::!! Receiver's Sale is) -OF Loeb & Hirsh Stock g This magnificent stock to be turned into cash by order of the court. Cloth ing and Furnishings sold regardless of cost. "Royal Blue" Finest Serge Suits half lined splen didly tailored cut in the latest summer fashion re duced to All the $1 6.50 and $18 Serges reduced to about half price. All the Bicycle Suits go at half price. Crash Suits. A very full line of finest grades of Crash Suits made up specially for Loeb & Hirsh' s trade in newest effects, in browns, tans, drabs, etc., in plain and mottled effects. $5.00 suits are $2.75; $6.50 suits are S3.50; SS.00 suits are $4.50. S1 -50 Manhattan Shirts go at S1 .1 5. Q. WOLF, Receiver. Loe irs ;;::ii.i".' - : City Brevities. Roger William fi, clerk to the excise board, lias been recommended by the Com missioners to the President for a notarial commission. The Commissioners have refused to f;rnnt nu extension of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

i w y ''?,&?' 4 v-- Jn.1I b! ,. m 3 ,3 WEATHER PROBABILITIES. . For the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virgina, fair: warmer weather during the next two or three days.; variable winds, becoming southerly. The circulation of The Times yes terday was 40,91 5 copies. Average circulation for the week, 40,698 copies. title. 3STO. 1,181. WAsnusGTOsr, Sunday moristingt, june 13, iS97 twe-nty pagkrs. THEEE GENTS. ' THE TREATY WITH It Causes Stormy Debate iu the Republican Caucus. NELSON'S VIGOROUS ATTACK He Criticises Senators in Favor o the Treaty Senator Tliurston liitterly Denouneusj His Party for Its Gift of Millions to the Sugar Trust. So far as the Hawaiian treaty is con cerned, 010 definite results were reached by the Republicans yesterday. Two can-! '. cuses were held during the day, oiie iu the morning and the othei late in the afternoon after the Senate adjourned. The upshot of the discussion was that the whole matter should be left to the Repub lican steering committee to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

'"Sr-VtoT- THE MOBJSTlNe GfiitEB, SUNDAY, JVNE 13. 1897. m.i mmmm ?&i. F HOT - WEATHER ' ' ' " CL0TH!KG. " . . All our thin goods are of our own manufacture same as the heavier weights. Besides the money savingthis insures you much better made and better fitting garments than the aver age. , We're showing this season the biggest hue or feather-weights we ever handled and our prices for the same qualities are 20 per cent lower than elsewhere. Alpacas serges crashes ducks pongees and linens are all here to pick from. These items will stand for the whole stock. s $2.50 for complete Men's Crash Suits well-made and good-fitting--anil you can t find 'em a gcod elsewhere for a penny les than $3.50. $-.50 for Pongee Silk Coats -easily worth a dollar more. $7.50 for All-wcol and Fast- eoloi Skeleton Blue Serge Suits worth 10 lt JLfiT A dozen "different kinds of better Crash Suits at ?3. S4, $5, $0, $7.50 and $8.50. Summer Furnishings. 25o for 39c quality Balbrig Ran Underwear. 35o for 5c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

-'VCgi" - ?"- .ss f"fflr;. THE MOBNING- TIMES, STj&PAY, JUNE 18, 1897. c gpnimifflmiimni! liipimmiiiii nniBiiifflimiiiiiinis E King's Palace. I King's Palace, P I THE GREATEST i SHIRT WAIST SALE Ever Held in Our buyer lias just returned from New York, where he closed out from Weil, Heiskell & Co., the makers of the celebrated Griffon Waists, their entire surplus stock of Waists. I No Old Stack, but this season's latest and most desirable styles and patterns. We have divided them into 2 lots. LOT !. Waists that are worth $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, at 49C In this lot are Lawns, Dimities, Percales. Linen effects and various others. All styleB and colors, Plain Tans, Polka dots, checks, btrqies and figures every conceivable color. Detached and attached col lars and cuffs that are well worth $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 sizes 32 to 42. Don t miss this Watst' Sale. ANOTHER GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY A flanufacturer's Surplus Stock of SUITS and SKIRTS. Our buyer wlille In New York also closed out from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

X THE MOKffiyGr TIMES, STTKD AY, JUgfjfl 13, . 189J-. ParRSr. Itri lg. t & Co., C!4t lifers, :a" 7jh .t. If you. weren't among 4: -h e throng that bought here yestferday. you hadbetterseeus early this. veek You cannot ex pect the nob biest of these $10Suits we are -.-,,,;,. -,-A 9-; j V J- uniiiii ii. iitu'u to be the last to go. On a front table are about 125 rairs of Odd Pants, fallen out of Suits which brought from $10 to $20. We also added a few Eng lish Striped Trousers. Many in the lot worth $4 and S5. Your choice for $2. ParRerfBrtdget&Co., Clothiers, 315 rth St. Rsaasaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaasaaaa a 3 u a a u a a a a y a i Learn I to wheel Where yu Arc not Ja danger ot breaking your bones. We have a splendid court anil excellent In structors. e Insure thorough proficiency iu riding for SI. 50 all the lessons you wish. Wo liave a few or those magnif icent "Wheels lert that we have hold so many of this year. Take n look at them, if you are looking for a "wheel. They are all h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

. THJE MOB'NING- TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1897. WpSBpHF KSfW STANDARD OF THE WORLD The dignified elegance ot mi ITMRIA The second best wheel. Columbia Bicycle Academy, 12,000 square feet area. 22d and P Streets. SPALDING'S BLUE RACERS -h ir, T-ii.nnn nt tiw were :i$ iiiuv-" .1 ......... - They arc such fast, easy-running bicycles that the COLUHBIA COLLEGE CRACKS won all the important races and scored the mo.st number of points, winning the cycle championship quite easily. SPALDING BICYCLE INTERCOLLEGIATE RECORDS. Quarter flile All the Points. Tearing first, Towell second, McCutcheon of Yale, third. Mile Race rowcll second, Butler, of Yale, third. THE SPALDING is such a fast, easy-running bicycle that the judges hud xo trouble picking "Winners. IT "WAS A SPALDING TOURNAMENT. EAEL KISEH. THE CYCLE KING, on the Spalding Bicycle, again provee his title of champion. At Philadel phia, June D, he won the one-mile open, defeating Eddie Bald (for the fourth time this year), Fred Titus, and ot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

-sa-isg.-K -,?a&AS":V.'- "-"?"- "-" -" ,:t-"'" - -"- r "C'J THE MORNING' TMES. SUNDAY. JUNE 13, 1897. STimcjcP. tMORKIKG, EVfirilTG AHD SUNDAY.) nv THE WASHINGTON TIMES COHPM, iTILSOIT HUTCHI5S, PresUeat. KDTCHJNS BUILDING. Tew York Office: 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION KATE3. MONTnLV. BY CARKIEE: Worning, Evening and Sunday. .Fifty Cents Morringand Sunday Thirty-five Cents tveulng and Sunday. ...'..Thirtr-llvo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng.Evenlug and Sunday, itjri Six Months " " "- ". aCO Ifcrcc Months " " " " J.j One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Montli3 " " " ?.?5 2 tree Monti" " ' " J.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday .U0 Six Months " " ii.2j Three Month " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub scription price. "Tklbfuoxes: Editorial Rooms, 4S5; Busi ness Office. IC40. Circulation Stateincnr. Th$ circulation of The Times for the vcek ended Saturday, June 12, 1897, was as loUows: fvnday, June C 23.7G9 Monday. June, 7 39,211 Tuesd...

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