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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

f J" " i f r &' The circulation of The Times yes terday was 41 ? 300 Copies. Dally average last week, 40,069 Copies. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ne For the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia, showers; -variable winds. ITO. 1,188. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1897 TWENTY PAGES. THREE CETS. aObe VL FUTURE Of -JOHi SHERMAN Ho Broods Over the Treachery of Republican Politicians. THE CAUSE OF MS CONDITION Openly Stated In PolitlcnL Circles Thut the lutentlon of McKlnley and llsinim to Shelve the Eminent Chloan Is Responsible for His. Fa II lug Health. After .having pawed hnlf a century In active political voikJcbu Sherman, Sec retary of State, amiSperbaps the most noted of all living founders of the Republican party, will soon retiie to private life, About a aiontb ago Tlie Times told Jn detail the decept ens that bad been piac ticed on John Sherman by Republican pol iticians In persuading Mm to id ugu.-li hit, Feat In the Senate to giatify the am bition, of Mar...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

.,4-- - !" "' c- S-i3S ,fl . .-&" A ds1 THE MOKNINQ JlBEES, SUNDAY , JUNE 20, 3897. Don't Trifle Your Eyesight! I No better service is obtainable on earth than that given by S our Dr. F. Proctor Donahay, a diplomaed scientific optician, and to add to that the service is 8 ABSOLUTELY FREE! He makes a specialty of fitting glasses in complicated cases. The only charge we make is for the glasses, and that is very small. ? Children with defective vision are given especial care. CROSS EYES rectified made straight without an operation, by fitting the proper spectacles in time. All glasses fitted by Dr. Donahay positively GUAR- ANTEED FOR ONE YEAR. Don't suffer with pains in the head and eyes when you can get relief. In nine cases out of ten the pain is due to the continuous strain on the optic nerve, and (hat can $ be relieved and cured by the fitting of proper glasses. g OccuIists, prescriptions filled at Yz price. Take your prescription to any optician in town and get his price for f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

iwwmwr fj-'-&j,4$y izrr ? . i A PARKER, BBTDGET & CO., r Clothiers, 315 7tli St. Th6 ttarm weather drove the buyers in yesterday in large numbers. "Feather weights' ' had the call, of course. Many callers had been around, and acknowl edged that we not only had the best assortment, but also named the lowest prices. You can expect us to do this always. Separate Serge Coats and Vests and Suits in great variety. Men's Crash Suits, $4 to 12. All the $10 Spring Suits are 6. 25. Still selling S3 and $4 "odd" Pants at $2. Parker, Billet & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. BASEBALL TOMORROW. PHILADELPHIA vs. WASHINGTON - Game Called at 4:30 P. M. ADMISSION 25 AND 50 CENTS KT4- I riiil.ulclphtn, June 21, 22 & 23. INGXTi J yew tork, June 24. 25 ami 20. LAST OF BROOKLYN RACES Dwyer's Hand Ball Captures the Trcmont Stakes, Worth $10,000. Don de Oro "Wins tlie Boulevard Handicap for Three-Year-Olds Ju Gallant Fashion. New York, June 19. The Brooklyn Yockey Club' 8 most successful meetin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

-ViS3r -"" - , -c-zZr &s-- jz i ' .-.- - -!i THE MOBHIHG TH19S& SUNDAY, JUNE SO, 1897. man mm )L EfflH is of Few Days and Fujj of Trouble. Many ot the troubles ot men are of their own making, ratling into vicious habits through example or ignorance, he tsooa lcauiB the uieauful erfects Surely but riowly those nerves grow-tweaker, appetite toils, baa tasc in mouth. Msceiai oigaus refuse to perform their work, and a a con fletiueuce theie is dyspepsia, cQOMlpation, torpid lier, )laU(ler trouble, dlz,.ine., nervouhuess, headache, ana many other symptoms. Dr. aiKe 1411 Pcnna. Ave. Adj. WiHard.-. Hotel. Has established a world-wide reputation iu the cuie or all ureases of thlb natuie. LiioutJuas or men in Washington and Tinmity are Hunrermn tortures every aay. The know there lb something wrong. Ihe raniily phy.sirlan docs not uncerstand the ae. lie thinks the patient run down" aad prescribes a tonic Not boin-j: a spe cialist. It Is not possible Tor him to unaT-t-taud these intric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

tr, rSf1!'"-i?"1'i ,!?"''' JJ i- J& THE MOKNlKG;iTrMES.i S&BJMarr. JTJ&TE 20 1897. s - 1 I"" -I ..., V '" Ar I "Diamonds to Burn." that's a commonly used expression. 'And if you'll MOUNTED DIAMONDS you'd JhinkwY had "diamonds to burn" and to give away. We do give them away as far as prices J are concerued in comparison to the other jewelers. Engagement Rings set with Tiffany mounting are our particular specialty. "We mount all of these rings ourselves in our own factory. .Better work you cannot get. Finer rings are not made. Call and sec whjjit we can give you for $50 and let you pay for it at the rale of $5 cash and $1 a week. The same ring couldn't be bought under $65 at any cash jewelers. Any honest person can buy Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry from us on the following terms: 1 SIO worth, S1.00 down, 50c. weekly. , I 3-15 worth, JJ-1.50 down, 70c. weekly. &U5 worth, $2.00 down, 70c. weekly. J 500 worth, 50.00 down, 51.00 weekly. !70 worth, 57.00 down, 51.00 weekly....

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

" ':&8!spz-2&i. M- THE MOUSING .TBtBSBTOPAY JTCNJS 20, 1897. CItmcjcf iMOWriHC, EVJE1TIKG ASD SUSDAY.) Br THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, iTILSOB HBTCBTRS, President. ' HUTCHINS BUILDING. Tew York 'Cfflcs: 20D0 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION EATEa. MOXTTfLT, BY CABIU2E: Mcrulntr, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents SlcmSngaud Sunday Thirty-five Cents tiering and Sunday Thirty-llvo Couts BY MAIL. " One Year. Morxdng.Evcnlng ana Sunday, 5.50 Elr Months " M " 3 00 a tree Months " " 1.75 One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months " " " 2.55 ItrcoMonths " ' ' l.Z't One Year. Evening and Sunday . Six Months " " 2.23 Tfciee Months " " . 1.23 bundayonly. one year 1.00 Orders by mall must bo accompanied bysub tcriptlon price. TELEI'IIOS-ES: Editorial Room3, S5; Busi r.CES Office. 1610. Circulation. Statement. ( The circulation of The Titles for tfic Keck ended Saturday, June 19, 1897, was as follows: Funday, June 13 23,574 Monday. June 14 40,008 'Tuesday, June IS 40,524 Wednesday, JunelG ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

'a&tf&lfSfir CTF7 afe-s; v '$''$??& ,ofc6iaitf' "inJ ;P STf S 2.3 ' - . ur -5.v " 1 TBMOEOTNSfc TlSJBSUffPAY, JTUKJil SO,. 1897, The 3c. Store A 3c. store in the Palais Royal basement, where are the articles you'll find in these stores. Here are some: Dust pans pie plates Jelly cake pans basting spoons broilers tin cups bread tins nutmeg praters apple corers funnels scoops biscuit and cake cutters machine oilers cake turners bread graters flour and pepper dredgers spice canisters -wooden spoons candle sticks egg beaters . coat forms tea strainers sponge racks eoap racks Insect bellows wire tea pot tiles dish mops mustard spoons mouse traps sink cleaners hand scrubs tooth picks iroulngwaxtbiletpaper shoeblack lug "cuamcliub" "pearllne" shelf pa per garden tools nlghtlamps sauce dishes water gla-sfs plates cups and saucers, and 3 cents for choice ot a hundred and one other articles. Men's Corner. In the corner, between tlie G etreet and Eleventh-street en trances, 1 a men'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

. -v; 'jp-'i- s -j-ri j?1izS)P'T-Z' ' ?A$ 5" "r 5f 4 j&v ;-- THE MORNING TIMES; gpgS&Tt JUNE' 20, 1897. Lansburgh & Bro. I SUMMER " COMFORTS. -Awnings, Loose Covers, , Screens and Window Shades are all necessary for summer comfort. We are headquarters 'for these goods, and our prices are lower this year than ever before. AWNLNGS. Keep out the sun, let In the air, there by making yourhome co mforta ble. $2.40 will buy you one r size window. .LOOSE COVERS Protect and save the furniture and make the house a great deal cooler during the hot weather. We make these for $6.98 per suit, up, size of suit and quality of goods gov ern price. FLY SCREENS Keep out the pesky flies and add to the comfort of home. These we make to or der for you at a small cost, or we can furnish you good adjustable ready-made screens as follows: 17 in. high, extend from 27 to 34 in. wide, 18c each. 24 Jn. high, extend from 2? to 34 In. wide, 25c. each. 24 In. high, extend from 29 to 36 in. wide, 30c. e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

ai-'f VV --" THE jMOgPayfr TTiNfiJgp, SUNDAY, JIOTE 20, 1S9Y. 9 iCXsaoQcxaoaBOoooGaoaQh JK Acting under order of the Ceurt, the Receiver is closing out this mag nificent stock of highest-grade Clothing and Gents' Furnishings at a tre mendous sacrifice in order to speedily settle the partnership, which is now dis'solved by the court. It is true that it is often impossible to wait on the crowds that throng the store, but on Monday still more clerks will be on hand. RECEIVER'S SALE PRICES. Parents can purchase Children's Clothing at this sale for fractional prices this is most opportune, as the breaking up of the public schools is at hand Elegant 510.50 and S12 SERGE SUITS made up specially for Loeb & Hlrsh's sum mer trade finely made and finished re- 5 Ff ducedto ,.... ! v?V GKEBSTTS' Still a few of the famous regular Manhattan Shirts, down to $1.15. All S3, S3.50, aud 4 English Straw Bats go at S1.75. $3.00 Taf feta Silk Umbrellas silver trim medfinest quality go at th LOEB &...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

Jf 0 " "TiTAE--- .;-;j-;j-SS.4P- 'J " r 3 "" -- -"-UT 10 THE MOKNiyg TIKES SPJNDAY, JUNE 20, 3897. "335n v-v, ?f';fszrs h YOUR KIDNEYS if they are healthy filter the urio acid ana posions out at the system through the urine, ir they are not acting right the results are Bright's Disease, Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Bladder Trouble, Diopsy, etc. These can be CURED Dear Sirs: For over a year I suffered from a kidney disease, which the doctors called nephritis or Inflammation of the kid neys. 1 have been uuder the doctor's care, and tried mauy patent medicines also, without obtaining relief. 1 suffered intense, pain In the region of the kidneys, and at times was unable to attend to busi ness, my back being very weak. 1 heard of Dr Hobbs Sparngus Kidney Fills and tried tlieni. A Her taking three boxes 1 am entirely cured. GEO. N. STRANA HAN, HOG 11th st., N. W , Washington, D.Cl Sparagus Kidney Pills. HOBUS REMEDY CO.. PnorniETons, Chicago. Dr. Hobb Pills For Sale in WASHINGTON, D. C, by HEN...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

., :Stes ? THE MORXESq TIME8J; SJJNDAY, JUllCE 20, 1897. 11 HELP WAITED MALE. TTANTED Musicians; those" whodoublB in orchestra, circus pauidn bhow; 10 weeks" engagement In WaMungion, write full particulars in rirst letter: aon't call; write first. MERLIN, CI N. Y. ave. It "WANTED At once, a first-class man to handle roniething entirely new: murt be well veiMMl; big money for tlie right party. Apply arter 10 a. in. at 311 7tn bt. uw. lt "WANTED Man who thoroughly under; Mauds care of horses, wagons and har ness; umst be toner and willing "worker; othei need not apply. F. H FlNLEY & SON, 1200 D bt. nw. Je20-3t ' WANTED Traveling Balesmen; light tide line, always earned in stock by puiut, on, naiuwnte, unu general btoie dtalers, rapid oeuer aud goou proiitb AUMildub MFG. CO ., 3200 lo 33u0 nllanisUurg ave. ltichruoud, Va. Jei-0-4t WANTED Bartender; married man pre- lerreu, must nave goou leeuinineiiuatious. Adureas UAKTENiTiK, tuis onlce. It WANTED Partner with $500; gentleman; to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

'.Ca ik3n 12 THE-MOENINO- TIMSS, B1NTAT, JUSTE 20, 1897. Summer Clothes. Tlie thinnest, Uie coolest, and at the tame time tlie dressiest and most dur able summer fabric for ilea's garments Is SERGE. OUR ZEPHYR-WEIGHT SERGE, la blue, black, brown and gray, Isllgbter (entircsult , coat, pants and vest, weighs only I 1-2 lbs.) and cooler than cnihli, and it is ten times more dressy and durable. Otber weaves of serge all of the best ones wool crash, linen crash, and tow linen Mitts, thin coats and Tests and odd coats of all kinds. Straw Hr.ts, Canvas Shoes, summer haberdashery, such as Negligee Shirts, Gauze Underwear, Wash abl" Neckwear, and all other thin wearing appaiel for Men and Doye. The Rogers Stock Wits buyers are making big saving In their clothing bills by purchasing one, two, dr more suits from the ROGERS & CO.stockalGO CENTS ONTITBDOLLAR." All new 'styles and patterns. Size's to fit all men. Mrinson & Ohery Co., i2th & F STS. N. W. Clothes. Furnishing, Hats, Sho...

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

- . -Vrf- .-.f S ".Jww..-.:; i - - - '" ' "j. -a,-"-? -ic t "It. Jl'i-T J " ' - Jft i& ,"" VS, " ' rs - - j' ! !tittt(U Pages- H WASHITGTOlir, SUNDAY MORNING, JIOTJE , 20, 1897. ' w Mr 5$ mlt '" EWBTT g SB to 1 cnoois Ciose Special Clearing Sale H OF a 1 Children's a E aro overstocked on W just the very kind you would like your younff hopefuls to ba attired In on Commencement Day. Here's a chance to secure prices than most dealers can These Reduced Prices for Tomorrow and Tuesday Only. Patent Leather Sho.s of tin best Imported materials and the very bent make only Hovh' S3. BO hand-made LaccdShoes. TWO DAYS ONLY AT Youth's$2.50 Paten tLcath er. Nobby Laced Shoes. TWO DAYSAT Misses'$2.50PatuntLeather Cloth Top. Button. TWO DAYS AT Children's Sizes, same style as .Misses. TWO DAYS AT $2.65 $1.65 $1.65 $1.35 Black or Tan Bo:ts Girls' and Boys' Spring Heel, brown goat, lace or button. TWO DAYS AT 69c $1.19 $2.35 Misses' $1.50 Lacedor But ton, Dix'h make, pointed toes only. TWO DAYS ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

FgQffi ' S"S2 - "--p Vt&Sf. 14 THE MOBJm-TG- TIMJIS, 'SUNDAY, JUN-E 20, 1897. xs-i r" - """ V WKSgmml A A A A m WlSm M,f,'M ABDUCTION CLUBS. The Carrying Off of the Kennedy Heiresses aud the Heult. Abduction clubs have vanished from Ireland for many a Ions day, but there Is Hardly a noble or gentle family In the green Isle which cannot point to one or more of Its ancestors who were connected w'tb those extraordinary association. Toe express object of the abductDn clubs, wab the forcible cairying off of rich hl ro-ej and their marriage under duress to husbands, chosen rrom their captor. During the seventeenth century, when protracted wars and penal persecu tion had Impoverished many old and hon ored houses, Ireland became overrun witl the class known as "squireen)" youngei tons oi biothers of land-holding gentr, who were for the most part very poorly endowed with the world's oodb. These joung fellows, of course, rarely con descended to take up any profession or avocation by which...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

Z-'0ZGi"g- r-g?'35j S)Hifwrrr" -J The Woman WATERING PLACE CLOTHES. Novelties for Shirt Waist and Sai lor Hnt "Weather. New York, J une 19. 1 1 Is really time to talk or gingham, though two weeks ago women with the host; stocked wardrobes were yearning after the contents or their aMy btorcd winter trunks, laid away to sleep their long sleep In camphor and newspaper.. But at last wah goods, shirt waist and sailor hat weather has arrived, and the importers, who track rnbhiouablc women to their mot secret fastnesses, are setting off for the watciing places to display exquisite novelties in French cot ton gowns, along with special makeups or their own. Now, to the Parisian mind, the term ginsham does not necessarily buggebt a costume that can suffer a tubbing. Gallic taste insists that on a cotton foundation any material mny be grafted, and that a gingham is neither truly smart nor equal to long, arduous wear unless it is based on silk; therefore, when n really pretty French cotton is p...

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

t "-P- y -l ?-t-f 4SgK ifV? THE 3IOBNIKG TjMES,. SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 189T r c England's Joyful Celebration. mm mmmmmmmmmmm 16 S Sixty Years w J S a Queen. j m The 1 Victorian Jubilee. S W a? Thanksgiving services In all the churches in Great Britain today will begin the dia mond jubilee celebration or- the sixtieth anniversary of the accession ot Queen Vic toria. In each of these churches the con gregations will be given a biief oial syn opsis of the many great events that have taken place in this remarkable reign, and bpecial prayers Tor the further preserva tion of the Queen of Great Britain and Empress of India will be said. Ax St. George's Chapei, Windsor, lime. Albani and Edward Lloyd will take part in the grand musicalservlce, during wliich Mendelsohn's Hymn of Prait-e" will bo Ming under the direction of Sir Walter Par rott, by the choir and theWindforand i:ton Choral and Madrigal Societies, accom panied byoigau exercises and herrna jesty'B private band. it iu expected that Quee...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

?'?-' "& Mi - - THE MOKJOKQ TIDIES, , SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 3897. IT ill THE PEANUT HUM The Amusements of the Gods at Close Range. BRAVE WORM'S EXPERIENCE Turning Back the Old-TJtne Tradi tion of the Stage audits I'atronn. First Come, Firnt Served, Willi 2so Ilegurd to Sex or Auythlnr But Economy. Whether it be the tendency ot our people , to soar, a proof ot the theory that cream rises to the top, or the more practical rea son of economy, the truth remains that the galleries of "Washington theatera have long since rassed in the process of evolu tion from a condition of being temporary resting places for the one-suspendered gentry, bent on tobacco expectoration and applause for blood and thunder climaxes, to the dignity of well-ordered places, which seat some of the most refined and cul tured people ot the city, This change has doubtless permeated night performances, but makes itself more manifest at mati nees. Here the lionics that once infested the galleries have made way for a det...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

jSS'VsfT v 'f5' ' I 18 THE. MORNING TIMES, SUaS DAY JU NE 20, 1897. rwv" -- LINCOLN THE PATRIOT The Friend of Humanity- and Eqnal Rights. THE COUNTRY'S DEBT TO HDI Sprung From tbe People, No One JJettcr Understood His Duty to Them, In Which He Never 'Wav eredIlls Speeches and "Writings. DJs Gettysburg Address. t Tlie campaiga of lG0 witnessed tlits most remarkable contest and alignment of political parties ever known in our history No less than tluce' factions of the dominant party confronted Uie Re publican paity in its second battle befoic the people. Douglas, tl.e icgular nominee at Baltimore, was d'Etiustcd liy the South, and Breckinridge was nominated by the bolters Eell was also nominated by what was termed the Constitutional party. This division of parties seemed almost piovi dential, and the man of the people, the great friend of humanity and good govern ment was elected Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois. It matters little who nominated him or who supported him, he was the true r...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 June 1897

'Z , -- " --v -.-' THE MOBNITO TIMEg, J3HJS DAY. JUNE 20, 1897. 1 (xrxrx3GSSSSGX-XE.' Theatrical 5GXDGC2OSS0SGXDS0K:, GeSQGS(DBG 1 I I Lafayette -"Pinafore" and "Cavalleria Kusticana." '"l Columbia -"Jack Robinson." K.crunn'h-Henry Burletjiucrs. Exit high-class vaudeville. Washington evidently lon't want it ana nab esprefem - itself so witb a pronounced negative. The c result is J Hat the Grand will this week and henceforth, until some venturesome .specu lator brings a new idea' and tome new backing, the big play house will remain dark. It would seem that every chance was given this style of entertainment in the i,ap:val -icy. The head or trie eutor prise was Robert Gruu, not the opera Grau, but the vaudeville booking agent of New York, who lias controlled must of the high-class invasions from the legitimate to the vaudeville stage. He had the bett talent at his beck and call for the Grand, and they came, but the paying public did not. And thereby hangs the tale of vaudeville, which...

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

ffzWMV t? w " iW'3?a" 'j"-t v 7-""'"v5K&ife: 20 THE MORNING TIMBS. SUNDAY, JUNE 189V. "-- 12 331- 20, A -woman or thought, experience ami scholarship lias dared deny the cardinal virtues and the Inherent universal integ rity of -woman's suffrage i and she dares put her narafi her whole naiie, to the pages of denial. This one characteristic would make any book unique. Add to It the fact that: Helen KcndrfckJohusDiin her" Woiunu and the Republic ' has -written a dibbcrtn tlon full of the social, political and moral bcholarship, flanked oa all bides by genuine common sense, and the logic or evidence, and it may well be assumed that the bwok Is worth while. So long have Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Oady Stanton been Kundlng the tocsin of female suffrage without reply, except an uncomfortable silence, which huggested contempt, that they may well gather their skirts and fly before thcapos tacy of Airs. Johnson. Such a book as "Woman and the Republic" might well have alarmed the suff...

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