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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

? &-?? -3",v f jSj' ; ,, " a5HE MORNTSTGr. TIMES, SUN DAY, JUNE IS, 1897. C" STOCK Is at The Palais Roya Sicher Bros, are known in New York ,as selling the best UNDERWEAR and SHIRT WAISTS. Their stock of over 1,000 dozen garments, being distributed here, is one of the most im portant trade events of many r SlCHER BROS.' $mm 1 1 HT i vJmm$St v mi&.l iff Wk hP l-M l mm J: b KteB if ill In 11 u33fc,V If Still IP flregt Bar- "-V fit0 u-'fffiffiJiffiYlr it! Some FiCIULLI'nTORI TOLD The Marine Band Leader Testi fies in His Own Behalf. II E STANDS UPON HIS RIGHTS Disavows, However, Auy Intention on His Pnrt to Have Shown Dis respect or lusuhordinntioii to His Superior Officers Tlie Conrt to Heeunvene Tomorrow. . Prot. Francesco Fanciulll, the leader of the Marine Band, -who was. placed under t, arrest on Memorial Day, on tlie charge of 'refnsins to obey orders from a superior 1 officer and insubordination in manner," -was againpiaced before the summarycourt i at the Murine Barracks...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

. JpiF? ?? 2S 'HrT-" ZSS&SJi,'' ' ?X- - fagggr&Z-Js "J"'" " V THE MOBNINa TIMES, SUNDAY, JIOTJE 13, 3 897. Lansburgh & Bro. I THIS 98c TVKAPPER, 69c This neat and perfect-fitting Wrapper is made of good qual ity lawn, in colors that are bright and washa ble, tight fitting lin ing to the ' waist. princess back, full front, with a fancy yoke, edged with a neat cord, wide gir dle, the new stvle sleeve. ffull width skirt, 59 Inches long, with deep hem. All sizes in stock. SPECrAL PKICE, 09c. 98c. SKIRTS, o9c. This elegant Underskirt is I made of grass linen, extra wide, with 12-in. flounce at the bottom, finished with rows of fine cording and shirring-, gored at the top on a French yoke, with draw string. Lengths, 38, 40, and 42. A special sale of Men's Sum mer Underwear tomorrow. Wo will sell men's thin undergar ments at 25c. each, that look and will wear as well as many 50c. garments. 420, 422, 424. 425 7th St. Q''''.'-''' "-'''"' -'-''feO YES! iou can Uet a Uicycle Here o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

-fc0- - 5K f &f " Vrr -VSprt-fy ?v "vtfr HjS-fe Cl 5',i J V v-'-- , THE HORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNK 13, 1897. 9 Marks' fine clothing goes at ! IT1,4.'o mrtm Sixty-nine cents a pair for almost as many separate pairs of men's covert bicycle pants, which are values such as are being offered for 1.25 usually and $1.50 at many stores. Lot of men's check, plaid and mixed cas3lmere bicycle suits pants nave re-enrorceu routs ana are mor- oughly made in variety W $2.98 or effects-the 5 and tort ror Lot of men'. Scotch Cheviot bi cycle pants with kersev cut! bot iheviot bi cuff hot- $1.48 toms le-emorceu Beats and $4 values -to so for Lot or men s all-wool pnnts ve re in the purchase neat striped cash meres, which cannot be matched ints were ;ed casni- matched under 5.1.50 anywhere to go at the ildiculous priceof $1.00 The privilege of credit makes this opportunity all the greater our credit is the easy kind. V ou've never 1 III) stores, and of which this store got 1,200. If we said S1.50...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

j-. "yf ,,vi.-ffJ')e', Z iS jv V"P "Ps-t ?! -ss J t?'' ". 10 Sufferers Anxous to Know Whether They Can Be Cured Should S:e DR. HEISER 512 Thirteenth. Street N. W. It You Are Sleli Cull nt Dr. Helhcr's Office, Where You Can Have the 2Jo-t Thorough Medical Exam- Juation and Advice Without Costing You u Fenny. Catarrh Positively Cured. Kervousand Special Diseases Are your Serves run down? ( Are you sleepless at nights? Have you Tnralysis? Have vou Xeurnlglu? Have you Hheninatisni? All these troubles are remedied I and now We si veil debil.tated people by Dr. Helper a Static Electrical Machine, TRIAL TREATMENT FREE. Office Hours. 9 to 12 n. in., 1 to 5 n. in. daily; (I to S p. m., Monday; Wednesday uud Friday; closed on Bunday. u-ei" FINANCIAL. E. WARD & G BANKERS, "f 1333 F STREET N. W. Dealers in United States Bonds. Loans Made on listed stocks and bonds. Stocks, Grain, Cotton nought and sold Tor cash, or 3 to C per cent margin. Our facilities for dealing In all kinds of Eceuiltte...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

THE MCVRJSTMQ TJ J1E9, ? g CHS DAY, JUNJS 13, 1897. II xikl.i wanted male. WANTED A f list-class dining-room man Hncl caterer; jnust be thorough. Apply to .MKICHS B. & O. HOTEL. Monday morn ing, between, i) and 12 o'clock. Jel3-3t j ANTED - Cciacliman and orf ice boy- Ap , ply, personally, to DR. W. II. BECK, 11. I)., 710 X.Capitol St. Jel3-3t WANTED Steamfitter'h helper; stale cx MTlence. Address FLANGE, this office. "TV ANTED A young man to make coffee ami bake oaken; take care or store room. "Ko. 30. 'THE WOODMONT." Jel3-3t '"YvAN'i'jib aatber at :sl 7tn si. utt". Jell-3t WANTED-Barbcr; white; 7tti st. nv. at 1715 1-2 Jell-3t WANTED Newspaper man for tdUoiial woik two or unee days a weeK, niate age; expeiieuce; wi.tie last employed, aud lowest halary. "WLEKLY, tliib oltlte. Jell-3t WANTED Paperhaugers. 733 9tb bt mr. -jcioJi-em -" SF WANTED -Partner, Willi $300 to $000; an act.vc man, willing to worn; 'sin make Jlrom $25 to $40 per week; give name, address ami rei'erme if you...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

- XS xtO?.?", 12 THE MOKNTETGr TIMES.C SUNDAY, JUKE 13,- 1897. x j&f ".-KrV -v- - THE BUSY CORNER. WJT A A I A I '! Jk A I " Silks. They re located just where the walls arc coming down fift- licing the most perlsh able or fabrics we can t be ico boon abuut clearing them out. You're buying our best next week at exactly what jou ve always paid ror very ordinary grades. White aud Cream Fip-ured In dias, cool in look and cool in feel, in pretty effects... 29 Pretty and fetching- ev- 0!c eulny shades in Satins ,j Check Taffetas, dainty, stylish and becoming- color blend- 01 c ings, evening-shades &w Fancy Printed Warp Taffe tas, .not a dark effect Ofic amonir 'em 24-inch Plain Taffetas;. We have the most popular shades, whie,. cream, blue, laven der, pink,, mie,, veiiow.-ce- nnc 29' .rise and cardinal Genuine 24-inch Indias. Your choice isn't confined. Big- selec tion of shades lig-ht and dark of patterns large and small 27-inch beautiful effects, the best grade Indias also swell...

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

",'sS'"J --- JC" t--2 i C-J." s pmy i- WASHINGTON, SXJNDAX MORNING, JUNE 13, 1897. --H- "& py&& tie PaflBS 13 to (0) t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t s t t t t t t The Backward Season BENEFITS WASHINGTON Our sales this season have been, far in excess of those of any preceding one but owing to continued cool and chilly weather the sale of our ' 'Summer Footwear" has suf fered. To insure the rapid disposal of Shoes that we have too many of we are making temporary price-reductions on special lines. Watch our advertisements. These are the lines reduced for the next few days: Ladies' $1 Oxford Ties. Splendid wearing black kid or dark tan leather. Pointed and wide toes. SPECIAL P1UCC , 69c Ladies' $1 25 Low Shoes. Coin toe Oxford Ties. well made, perfect fitting. Of sort VIcl ltid. Ulack or dark brown. BPEUi A L .f 1UC E 95c Ladies' $2 Hand-sewed Ties. Sort and nexible as silk, let exceedingly durable. bccral haiidrotue shapes. In black, brown, Or mahogany.. SPECIAL PRICE $1.50...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

the MOKNrsra times, Sunday, juste 13, is97. 14 IWOWfS PAGE: i . ,. "!,,. ,,. i fn, i1 v" imi ' i k iirij-wms ii;Aiiij'' ' n-fnMIBffPHWMM hbSBSwk Y Y X -I liiraiHHHl HBBBrVVV VIII KSBbKw' 3BSm A A A WIkH HSKiswiX Y Y Y7 m H Eh mmfm W f 7 r'rw v "ifap KPSllPlSk ilJM yf THE DUCHESS OF KENT. Dent of Gratitude Great Britain Owi'i to Queen Victoria' Mother. Loudon, June 12.-The celebration of the completion of the uxtieth year or the it-igu of Queen Victoria, on June 20, is an occasion -when the fiercest detnocrator mo t radical republican can temporarily forget his opposition to goernment by kings and queens, and do honor to tiie venerable w om an whose long and virtuous life has done eo much for tlie peace and prosperity of her own people, as well as the world ac large. Tlie simple tastes ot Quecu Vic toria, her domes' ic traits and her love for a quiet home lire, have made her personally popular w ith the majority ot the residents or the United States, no matter how strained at times m...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

" THE 31013NiyG- TIMJEg, SIFDAT,. JUNE 13., 3897. IS s The Woman The day ot the lawn fete and the circus with its red lemonad? has come, andthegar aen party girl must look, to her toggery with care and solicitude, for she now has not only the others ot her kind as rivals! hut the very lilies and roses of the field. "With care, however, she need have no fear, for, though Solomon may have fallen bliort of these belles of the meadows In his ap pearance, lovely woman as her best runs a very even race with them. The garden party offers great opportu nities to the woman of artistic taste to add to her loveliness. It is the opera box of the summer season where she may pose to her heart's content in the most attractive costume she can device, with no fear of be ing conspicuous In her gorgeousness, for she is sure of the blossoming roses for a fitting background, even If her sisters do not equal her in brilliancy. At UI events, leaving beauty out of the question, anyone will grant thai; a ga...

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

o THE JIOBfNING- TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE -13, 1897. (J vy . ' bp1 iff f liP ill I KlilIilB Lafayette 'Tlie Gondoliers.' Columbia "A Man with a Past." Grand High-class vaudeville. Lyceum New York Burlcstiutrs. v Things are happening very nicely at the theaters at prestnt. Business is good, the V eather has for weeks been all that oould have neon desired; the performances have been singularly fortunate iu giving satis faction, and the performers and managers are correspondingly pleased. Each of the stock companies, dramitic nnd operatic, have made planB extending Bcveral weeks ahead. At the Columbia the immediate future holds out ''A Man -with a Past," which was given at the Garrick, New York, two years ago; "Peace ful Valley," the most successful of all Sol Smith Russell's plays; a new comedy by the Paultons, who Wrote "Niobe" and 'Ermlnle," and a comedy of manners aud dress, "Beau Hickman," by Willard Hol comb, of this city. Hickman was an actual character about Washington fifty years a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

THE MOKNUSTGr TIMES? SUNJAY, JUNE 13, 1897. 37 T Some of the Prominent Delegates and Their Characteristics. THE CANADIANS AND ENGLAND Great Interest ot tlio Various Na tion In the International Work. Ters.lu's Delegate anil His Double - Mission Tho Delejjatiou of Italy, , Germany, and Great UrJtaiu. "The Postal Congress after a trip over a most attractive portion of the United 8tatC3 Is Avith us again, and for a few . days will add the eclat ot their presence to the humdrum life at the capital, for it must tie admitted that life at the - capital in June lacks Interest, even though the solons on the hill are wrestling with tiie sugar schedule, and the czar per forms his antics for the entertainment of the country and his colleagues. It is grateful to learn from our Ioreign visitors that they have had both pleasure and profit rro:n their stay on this side of the - water, and that they will return refreshed and edified, and will carry to their friends at home a good account, not only o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

-.- 'x,$i"-T&i 5--'ii- !jggfV5'9!' fWT ";a3Ss?;'!?SM f'J-'Or 'C'414?''--1' 3 THE IVIOBNla TIMERS SUNDAY, JUNE- 13', 1897. 18 f HEVTIIG THEjaEYHIES A Realistic Description of an Old-Time Indian Battle. SAVAGES THAT KNEW NO FEAR Gen. George A. Forsyth's Spirited Account of the Charge o Itonum Ifose and HIh Warriors Agalust a Small Baud of Scout Cheyenne Fathers .Now Uisiug in tlio West. My first personal knowledge ot the North ern Cheyennes, and, in facD, of any wild Indians, was gained on the Western plains in the year 1867, while serving as inspector general upon the staff of Gen. Philip U. Sheridan, who was at that time in com mand of the Department of the Missouri, with his headquarters at Fort Leaven worth, Kan., the geographical limits of his military authority including the States of Missouri, Arkansas, and Kansas, the Territories of Colorado, and New Mexico aud the Indian Territory. Within the limits named at that time, now thirty years bince, there roamed at will varioub ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

TILE'MQKNESTG TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 189T. 19 The Stolen By MHS. BOTTON HARRISOK. TAUT III. The words, "Give Her a Stradivar'.is," had hardly been spoken aloud by young Mackintosh when he was surprised by a knocking upon the boaid partition di viding the attlu room from the one adjoin ing it. After a paubc, during which lie listened, the knocking was renewed Colin, remembering thut his neighbor was an infirm and melancholy looking old fellow, whom be sometimes met, war ily climbing the'btalra with a loaf of bread and a brown paper bag or comestibles hugged to his breast, fancied himself called upon for help. He had but just remo-ed his coat, and putting It on hastily, he rau out into the entry, and tapped at the door ut the next room. A feeble voice called to him to come in. The interior rebenibled Colin's own, in lock or comrort. A gas-jet was burn ing, which revealed, lying dressed upon the bed close to the partition wall, the inunhelindorten seen gentle-faced, though hollow eyed...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 June 1897

rruizf (2&niSZC - ".",;(' 4j5,? -$G$fr, & Zf T-$T -.ty, "&-& 20 , John Kendrlck Bans Is drifting In tho direction of becoming a humorist. And no one will cast sand-bars in his course or throw out snaggs to capsize liim. He is a rood fellow, as ills literary personality Is reriecteJ in his writings: he rarely makes us roar, but a smile Is irresistible in the course of most or his published pages. Ho is more of a was than a wit. He has the humorous pi ft of fantastical satire. His newest book confirms all this, and as dust In the wind, or to continue the original metaphor, as a straw upen the waters, denotes the direction of the current. The new book is "The Pursuit or the Houseboat.'' The houseboat, as many will puess, lh that unique craft on the fccsom or the Styx, which was inhabited by the shades or all the heioes, historical and fictitious The present story is in the na ture of a sequel to "The House on the Styx." If Mr. Bangs were to be requested to "write his pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 June 1897

"-SsKsrsjSjsgs- - - -t .T i, ' - "' H H J IViH llw jWni K;1Vn BL m. L .'31m - mimt The circulation of The Sunday Times was 23,574 copies. Avernjji dally circulation last week, 40,698 copies. THE WEATHER. Fair and wanner, with possibly thunder torm Tuesday afternoon; variable winds. ,KO. 53. WASHINOTOK, MONDAY, JUKE 14, 1897 SIX PAGJES. OOTD CENT. tube r ' L. HUSE TO GWTOBE DELBADO Insurgent Officer Informed That His 1'arents Were Destitute. WEYLER'S PLOT A FAILURE An Auiericnu From the Cuban Camp Details the Circumstances of the Conspiracy Patriots In the Ha vana Province Suffering for Hos, .pital Necessities." New York, June 14. The Herald pub lishes a dispatch from Havana which says tliat a typical story of the lebellion has been brought to town by an American ' who has Jubt retumcdafter several months' ben ice with Col. Juan Delgado, one of the most active Insurgents in Havana prov ince. The Spanish from time to t me icf-ort to every b'oit of iuse in older to persuade rebel lcude...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 June 1897

THE EVEJUSTG- TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 14, JS97. Hr. Walker. 1411 Penn. Ave. Adj. WllIardTs Hotel. Has a Record of Cures Such as Has Never Been Achieved by Any Otner Physician in the Treatment of All Nervous and Chron- ic Diseases. Disorders of the Brain and Nervous System. Diseases of the Skin and Blood. Ca tarrh, Asthma, Piles. Dys pepsia. Materia, Rheuma tism, Neuralgia. Diseases of Women, and All Affec- ticn of the Lungs, Throat, Hear , Liver, Kidneys, Blad der, Stomach, Bowels, and Other Organs.. lien Mirroring' rrom nervous debility or loss or capacity as a lesult of overwork, mental worry, or violation of nature's laws, aie quickly ret-tored to sound, vigorous iiiun liooo by Dr. Walker's treatment. $5,00 a month Ih the Highest Fee Charged Medicines Included. Dally Ortice Hours-10 to 5: Monday. "Wednesda , Thursday, and Saturday, 1111 ti p. in.; Sunday, 10 to 12. 3-CONSULTATION FREE.- I Special Notice ! f VfE ARE NOW SELLING OUR f g BEST SPRING AND SUMMER f f CHEVIOTS, SERGES, AND ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 June 1897

'XSfi- . TJELE1 lYEXmOTIMES, MONDAY, JtTME 14, 1897. moxkv w..nti:d Ayi) 10 loa.v. MONEY loaned on collateral becuiity, no delay CONFIDENTIAL, tlilb office. Jel4-3t,em II K. FULTON'S loanorfico. 1218 Pa nve. nw , money loaneJ on watches, diamonds, .ew dry, silver ware, etc aplO-Om MONEY TO LOAN-FTom 5 to 550; no mattel mortgages icuuircd; money ad vanced on blccleb; negotiable paper bought. Roomb, Ccntial Building 3cb-7t LOANS MADE ON APPROVED GOLLAT ciai, -such ns life policies, btocks, bondb, building aKsociatiou shares, sjudicate cer tificates, etc No del.iv YERKES & BAKER, 1110 F it. Tate clentor. tf LOANS J1ADL ON FUHX1TURE, nonsivs, KTC. Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest possible time- Stuctly coufidentlal Please can terore bccurlr.i: loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO, C1U P street northwest. MONEY TO LOAN 1,000 upward, at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent, on D C. real estate. 250, 5300. etc., at G pel cent, all transactions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 June 1897

--a s.-t - "v --J 3' the evening times. Monday; june 14, is9t. ImMinntJ IMORKIHG, EVNIHG AW SUSDAY.) . JiV THE WASHfflGTOH TIMES COMPANY, fcTILSOIT HTJTCHIIT3, President HUTCHINS BUILDING. lew York Offics: 2033 Tract Building. subscription sates. Monthly, by Cahhikr: Mrriilup, Eoning and Sunday. .Fifty Cents Mtiulriganil Sunday ......'1 hit tj-livo Cents i'verniuaud Sunday Thirtr-flvo Cents BY MAIL, y ,t .""' i Onr Year. Morning, Evcnlug and Sunday, J5.V) fcix Months " " " " 3 00 Three Months " " "' " !." One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months ' ...'. 'J brec Month ' " " One Year, Evening and Sunday hix Months " ' " Three Month " " ... I.2 l.T, bui.day only, one year LOO Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, "iSO; I3ud uef s Oflicc. 1610. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for the iccek ended Saturday. June 12, lbi)7, was a ioVows: Ivnday, Jane C 23,769 Monday. Jane 7 39,214 Tuesday, June 8 .4fc 40,009 Wednesda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 June 1897

"" TH.E EVENING- TIMES, MONDAY, JUJstJj 14, 1897. THE FRENZY Of II LOVER rsj THE REGAL SHOE. 'Seo below fac-simile letters from leading firms in the -world, in their respective -lines. b TVNSBURGH & BKO. Edward Doran Tried Suicide Be cause of a Youug Lady. THAT SALE OF OURS WILL OilAW THE CROWDS! j Well, there is nothing- to marvel at for this result. The bargains are here as adver tised, and tliej' certainly are bargains of the rarest sort. These go on sale today. $1.48 Wrappers, 98o. Made of fine quality light percale, I with tiffht fitting-lining-to the waist. Princess hack, full front, with wide straps over shoulders, trimmed with narrow lace. Wide girdle turn - over collar, mandolin .sleeves, extra wide skirt, full lensrth, with deep hem. Sizes 32 to 46. GLOVE SPECIALS. Ladies' 25c Mitts in fast black For 1 4c pair Ladies' extra fine qual ity Silk Gloves, in tan and black. 50c quality-. For 29c Par Ladies' 4-button Cham ois Gloves, in white and cream. $1.00 quality. For 69c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 June 1897

?wsw "&1-" &-r 6 THE EVENING- TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1897 w -ppg-iff "tssvr- - --'? "as-" --3j?115l'w'i:'"W &$?-& Warm Weather Wearables are necessary now. "We've been ready quite a -whllo; only been waiting for the weather. You'll find HERE everything that's proper in thin goods of all kinds. Serge Suits Blue, Black and Gray. Grash Suits. Wool Crash Suits. Tow Linen Suits. Serge Coats. Thin Coats and Vests. , Skeleton-lined Suits. V- - '; Negligee Shirts. " Thin Underwear. Summer Neckwear. Straw Hats, Crash Golf Caps, &c. Each and every article is of depend able quality, and is fully guaranteed. Still selling the ROGERS & CO. New York Stock of Men's and Boys' Spring and Summer Suits at SIXTY CENTS 1DN THE DOLLAR, tome in and get one. It's the biggest clo thing bargain you ever saw. A few pairs left of those small lots of Men's Sho'es at 81.90 per pair. ROBINSON & CHERY CO. Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes. 12th and F Sts. N. W. Ames City Brevities. oau...

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