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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

t, I r '"'; ' : iswt e- -l' . ,"$ ,r''- tv,"5" Sw""'i WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ttJie For the District of Columbia, Delaware, "Maryland and Virginia, fair; slightlycoolcr; t, northwesterly winds. K0. 1,181). WASELWGrTOX, MONDAY MOROTNGr, JUNE 21, 1897 EIGHT PAGrES. ONE CENT. F Vuht SE TEE CIRCDLATION OP THE SUNDAY TIMES WAS 24g310 coriEs. - t PRAISE CBffHHI VIGTQRIfi Jubilee Begins with Thanksgiv ing Services in Cliurelies. GREAT CROWDS PARTICIPATE The Queen Attends a Private Service jn St. George's Clioiiel Bishop " Potter Preuches nt "Windsor Par ish Chinch Hay and Heid Attend St. Paul's Cathedral. London, June 20. The celebration of the fliamond Jubilee ot Queen" Victoria began today Willi the holding ot thanksgiving services throughout the kingdom. The sermons preached and the Te Deuir. sung everywhere! from St. Paul's Cathedral to Ibe numblest tillage, chorused reverence lor her majesty. A private berries was held in St. George's Chapel, "Windsor Castle, which was at tended by the...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

- ' V B rjS''JJX ' X THE MOBNTNG- TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE .21, 1&91. Jfl ww:wsw.w.:w.'. m :: ceiYcr's Sale Re OF THE LOEB I HIRSH The tremendous onslaught of the public the past f ew days has made some deep rav ages, but such was the enormous volume of the stock that there are still sizes for every --body i3Ut it is not safe to delay the bar gains are being snapped up at a great rate. To know that tlie stock line of CHILDREN'S being sold at fractional ) 11LEGANT$1U0 andS12 SERGE SUITS made up specially for Loeb a Mrsh's miumuT imdc-finely madcaud finished. Reduced to S6.50 MEN'S S2, S2.50, ?:', $4 TROUS JiUs oQdsund ends anflbrok eu lots-reduced to $ULO Gents' Furnishings BUT. Stilt a few or tlie famous regu lar S1.50 .Manhattan Shirts down to ..... $1.15 P. A. G. WOLF, Loeb & Hirsh, ::;:i:".'" - SIX WOT TO BE PRESIDENT JIany Aspirants for Office in Colum bia Typographical Union. Candidates 3?nt Jn "buiiuaUon at Yesterday's .Meeting Delegates -to Central Labor Union. The coming ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

""SjVr-u v. THE 3IOKKEG TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1897 fr--f i$ IN THE SMOTliY The Stars and Stripes Flutter from Pulpit and Altar. CHILDREN HONOR OLD GLORY Patriotic -Elan Day Services at Calvnry Baptist Churcli Songs of ODevotJon and Prnls Stirring Addresses by ilessrb. Slmllen h'erger and Davis. . 'Flag Day services were held at Calvnry Baptist Church yesterday forenoon. Iu addition to picturesque exercises exe cuted by the children or the church and the usual patriotic songs and recita tions, notable addresses were delivered by V. S. Shalienberger, Second Assistant Postmaster-General, and Webster Davis, Assistant Secretary of the Interior. Then, tooV a letter of regret from President McKinley was read. jjlio church v,as thronged, and the majority of the assemblage was or chil dren. American ensigns swung from the choir balcony and lluttered in other parts or the church. American daisies decorated the platform. The services opened with the singinjr of hymn No. 2GG, beginning: "Oh. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

tSP-.s-. " THE MOCKING TIMES. lUtySTPAY. , JU3STE 21, 1897. aTtmetf (KOEMIHG. EVENING AND SUNDAY.) -1JY THE WASHfflfiMH TIMES COMPANY, J.TILS0N HTJICHIN3, President. HTJTCHJN3 BUILDING. ttw fork Offics: 2030 Tract Bnlldinr. sunscuipnoK hates. SfoyTHLY. 1JY CAHRIKR: McrciiiF. Kvenlngnud Sunday.. Fifty Cents Mrruirgand Sunday .... Tuirty-fivo Conta leering and Sunday Tlilrry-llve Cents BY MAIL. Cne Yc.t. Mornlng.Evcnlng anil Sunday, 15.53 Ix Mouths " " " 3 00 3 tree Months" .. j-, One Yrar. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Biz Months " " "s5 3irceMoiitli3 " " " J-2' One Year, Kvepiag and Sunday .w Six Months M " " 2-' Three Months " " I-"5 fcntday iinlj-, one year....... .............. .0 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Tex.efuoxks: Editorial Booms, 4S3; But! sen Oaice IGtCL $ Circulation Statement. r The circulation of Tub Times for the vcel: ended Saturday, June 19, 1897, vas as fellows: tvnday, June 13 23,574 iloncay, June 14 40.0GS Tuesday, June 15 40,524 Wednesd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

w 'se'Zl" vaS T'i "5rJ;Si'3fc"'' """""i "& THE MORNINX3- TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1897. onnnwmitwwnniT mnmmiiinnifiino Thfs Wrapper Onfy 94c. It is a Special Item. 81.25 would be nearer the rignt price. This is made of fine Lawn, in pret ty shades of light blue, plnkr, green, brown, also black and white,, with fitted waist lin ing'. Princess back, full front, with square yoke finished with three rows of Novelty Braid, jiving- a neat and dressy effect; the Mandolin sleeve,, turn-over collar, four yards wide, full length skirt, with deep hem, sizes 32 to 46 Tltis Striped Gingham Uutlcrskirt", t This splendid Wash Skirt, made of good quality striped t Gingham, full width, finished with deep flounce with a neat C- heading; gored, at the top ona p French yoke,, with, draw string? C length, 38, 40 and 42. E Special. Price, 49c WU? 420-, 422, 424, 426 7th St. OUiliUiiilliUiUlliLU miHUlullitulilltm You Can buy A Bicycle Here on the Smallest monthly Payments ever known. Ho notes no intere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

--prj-tg jp. ris?-,- --- t-" --- h 0 THE MOEKINa TIMES, MOKDAT, JOTTE 21, 3897. f!i? aSf-" s TAUKEU, BRIDGET & CO., t Clothiers, 315 7 111 St. Don't spend your money until you know you have gotten the most it will get. That means a visit to us, and a visit to us means a purchase. We know what the others are offering, and invariably quote a lower price, or offer a little better quality for the same price. Serge and Crash Iiuen Suits, Light-weighty Coats, etc., lower than the'others. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Till St. I "SPALDING" i t Clearance Sale Today we offer our entire stocl: of ATHLETIC ami I'ICYCLE UNI FORMS at reduced figures. Bath Suits, Two piece, FKpil Cotton Sweaters reduced to 25a, just Uie thing for outdoor sports, cycling, etc., ju the summer. SPALDING BICYCLES New 1896 models- Men's, $50; Women's, $60. 1S97 tires and A Christy Saddle. Spalding's guarau- tee. Sold on Installments. ft A. G. Spalding & Bros., g 2 1013 Pa. Ave. Je'l-lt 93F& gpf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

g4'-?S3fj''f jCS-t-r, T"VJS mmMmpm & Mr ?cggs-Js-s ;ss J'JblJS MVH JS 1MQ TJLML1SS, "JMLU DAY", JUDOS SI, 1897. TuOXr.V WAXTKD A-D "IO LOAN". AM person bavins Idle money In sums 100 to 5.1.OC0 10 loan on peuounl ui doisement w 111 receive commission on the same at tile Tate or ?b on the hundred per month; will guarantee ufe investment, Have had fiveiears'experiencuiu the busi ness; busluessstncUycoitrtuentiu!, Address -Box 1875, thisorflcc. je20-3t MONEY loaned ou collateral securities: ,nn delay. CONFIDENTIAL, this or rico. jeis-at-cm It IC FULTON 6 loanorfice, 1-18 l'a. ave. aw., inonej loaned on vt atchts, diamond!?, Jewell y, silver ware, etc aplO-frm LOAD'S MADE ON AFPKOVLD COLLAT era!, such as Hie policies, stocks, Londb, budding association shares, sjndicate cer tificates, etc No delay. YERKES A. BAKER, 1110 F st. Take ileator. tf UoArvb HaITZ ON FCKNll'Llil , DORSES, KC. Loon 8 maJeon Furniture. Pianos. Hoiscs, Wugont, etc.. ntkwesl lutes and quickest po&sible time. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 June 1897

r- -v-. n&s t',2 j s.-As'--?L' F?f&3m? sst.r ;-" T: 8 THE MOEKIlsrG 11MEB, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 3S37. Ff' " tV r.-j Summer Clothes, The tliinnest, the coolest, and at the Kxme time the dressiest and niobt dur able summer fabric for ilea's garments 1b SERGE. OUR ZEPHYR-WEIGHT BERGE. la lilue, black, brown and gray, lsllghter (entlrcsuit.eoat, pants and vest, weighs only 1 1-2 lbs.) and cooler than crash, and It is ten times more dressy and durable. Other weaves or serge all of the best ones wool crash, linen crash, and tow linen tuits, thin coats and vests and odd coats of all kinds. Straw Hats, Canvas Shoes, summer haberdashery, Mich as Jeglisec Shirts, Gauze Underwear, Wash- aHe Neckwear, and all other thin wearing apparel for ilen and IJoye. The Rogers Stock "Wire buyers are making big saving In their clothing bills by purchasing one, two, or more suits from the ROGERS & CO. btockatOO CENTS ONTnE DOLLAR. All new fctylcs and patterns. Sizes to fit all men. r 1 EobinsoE &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

JLeJ ?-5 i'-s-'' if , 13- ft--tf- "?' ' " g. ". e;-S a, " 5 WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia, Maryland "anriTIrglnia, generally fair; warmer; vari able winds, becoming southwesterly. WAsnusraTOK, tuesdaT MORmsLa, ,jujoj 22, 1897 eight pages. KO. 1,190. OIN'JE CE2?T. fEQbe Qume The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS COriE3. Fair Ilopes of Queen's Weather . When the Sun Is High. WAITING FOR THE PAGEANT The Multitude Throw Off the Cares of Life and Live Jn the Joy of the Present The Poor Have For- - gotten Tholr Poverty aud the Hungry Their Hunger. London, 4:30 a m. June 22. Jubilee -- morning has dawned not with, cloudlet skies, bul wanii, and with fair hopes of Queen's weather after the sun is a little higher. The stieets, even at this early bour, arc- already more crowded than is usual at mid-day Indeed, they have ben thronged all night, for seeral hundreds of thouwiuds of people In London have had no bleep during the past night. This, however, is not regarded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

'V.S"- rT3 x -c'ffUf.ti " iS- ""t THE MOENrNa TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 8T. g? - f- -.-7 WJ': ''"' " ' TO THE FREE" LIST Wool and Hides Loft to Be Con sidered in the Future. NOT MANY VOTES TO SPARE The Independents Break Away on Several items, nud on One They Cuutse a Tie, Which. "Was Settled by the Casting Vote of Vice Presi dent Huhnrt. The debate in the Sencte yesterday on the tariff, and several votes taken, in dicate that the Republicans, when it comes to a pinch, have no votes to spare The independents who have bean voting with the Republicans all along, Lotted on sev eial items, and on one caused a tie, which was settled by the casting vote or the Vies .President It was during the consideration of the sundries schedule that the item or safety fuses was called up by Mr. Pettlgrew on a motion to make them dutiable at ltt per cent Under the pending bill, these fuses come in under the basket clause, which assesses a duty or from 35 to 43 per cent, Mr. Pcttigrew made the point that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

t &.- lf,'gpr'7S, j'E.'-.V-" " :;&s?' 5 THE MOB KING TITLES, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897 .- SUGAR GASES DISSOLVING Verdict of Acquittal Ordered as to Broker Seymour. MACARTNEY MAY GO FREE The Xcw. York Stock Broker Ad mitted to nave Answered Perti nent Questions The Washington Defendant Awaiting Judge Urnd lcv'a Decision. , The scrio-ccmicsugarscandalcases have ill been concluded execptone, thatagaln&t Mr. John W. Macartney, broker, ot this city, which will probably be decided in Jus favor this morning by Judge Bradley. Theie is a humorous undercurrent of feel ing that there bhould be no discrimination agmnt home talent in contumacy. Mr Allen Louis Seymour, broker.of New York, was letoff ycsterday.and now Mr. Macart ney , the heveuth star, so to speak, of thebe funny trials, is to have his fate read to him this morning. The niofct remarkable reflection about these eases is that the district attorney bad them clasrsified -with reference to the easo -with wliicli convictions co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

. THJE 3tOBJSTING TIMES, TUESDAY. J UJSJZ 22, IF 97. QHmt KORI?nfG, EVEHHfti AHD SUNDAY.) 3ST THE WASHIHBTON TIMES COMPANY, tllLSOH HUXCHHTS, -President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. lew Tori Cffles: 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. KOSTTLT, XT CATimKRt Jl!cxi.lnr, lv-cning.and Sunday.. Fifty Cents ilcir.irijrmid Sunday Thirty-five Cents LtcitShz aud Sunday.. ....Thirtr-nve Cents J3YMAIL. One Year, MornIug,venlug aud Sunday. 8'.50 Elx Souths " " 3 00 31rec Months " !." One Year. Mornlug.ajid Sunday.. ........ 4.00 Eix3Ionths 2.S5 aja-CPMuaths " ' J.a OnoYear, Uvenlng and Sunday..... i.U'J Elx Months " " " 2.2o Three Month " 1.25 Sunday only, one year.. ..... 1.00 Orders by mall must bo accompanied by sub scription price. Telei'Iioxes: Editorial Itooms, 4SS; Busi ness Ollicc. I CIO. Circulation Statement. fTJ.r circulation of The Times or the ire ri: ended Saturday. -June 19, 1897, cas as folic ves: Evn&ay, June 13 23,574 Moncay. June 14 40.068 TvekCay, JunelS. ........ ......... 4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

;-- '-S'XBC THE SlOENIffGr TIMES, TUESDAY, JU1Q 22, 1897. 113333333833313332333333333 a a a a B B K a K E e B B B R XrANSBURGH & BkO. GREAT REDUCTION IN JLAWJfS TODAY. 3,000 yards of Lace n Effects, India Dimity, h and Corde Lawns, in n E E E B fl B B B cluding red ground, with black or white dots. Every yard worth 12c yard. 8c yard. 5,000 yards Lappet Leno, Cordelettes Leno Stripes, Fedora Corde, and Dimity, in every B R O P3 B E b imaginable coloriner. Worth 12c. 15c and I 18c yard. lOcyaril. 1.60O yards of the finest of Koechlin, Baumgarten'&Cie's Im ported Orcrandies, sold all the world over for 37-S'cyard. 1.1c yard. im 420, 422, 424, 426 7th M. 33333333333333333333333333 0 '-'' .-o ----. o J You t J Can buy J A Bicycle j Here on the t J Smallest monthly J Payments tver known. S J No notes no interesj J We keep all wheels, J 2 Saddls and tires 5 In perfect ; J t Repair one S Year Pree J Of Cost. Credit Is your best friend; Jt buys the Hatting and tacks it down free. It ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

V?5- '-SsC''" THE 5IORKESTG TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 3UT. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7 111 St. WIS are still feeding that'S6.25 lot of Men's Suits. Not one Avortb less than $10. The equal of some will cost you $12 else where. tt Parkcr,Briflget&Co., Clothiers, 315 Ttli St. Beware Auction Sales "Where bicycles are offered at auc- H lion and tales rustiea through with- & out GIVING ttio PURCHASER A. CHANCE FOR EXAMINATION. 1 They Don't Do a Thing to You ! I Now, why experiment? We are W headquarters for bicycles, have p them at all prices and can suit anyone's purse. For cash or in- P btallments. P Bsst Bicycle Birgain of the Year. Sfft SPALDING JU BICYCLES New 1800 models, with 1897 Urcs ana Christy Saddle. .Men's, fcBO; Women's, UO. Spalding's regular guarantee. Sold on Installments. Special Nile of Athletic and Bicycle Uniforms; BATH SUITS, two-piece kind, 1 .00 and upward; light COT TON SWEATER, 25c; formerly 75c and $1.00. A. G. Spalding & Bros., 1013 P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

'": '"J?- '-?' ' ciA"",SK,r y? TJ3LE MOEXESa TlfilE TUESDAY ia9i.' v. WONB5 WAOTED A:D TO IX) VN. ANY pen-on having- Idle money Jn sum ?100 to $l,ouo tolouu ca peisonal-in-dort.ement will receive. cuauuiWoa on uie "Kime at the rata ot S en the hundred pe r mouth ; will gua-rauiee -feinsvatineup hove haanrcyeara experience inthe busi ness: buslues-tstrictlycomlu iual. Address IfcncleTj, tttCsotfice-. je2U-3t II K. FULTON S loanornce, 1218 Pa. avc. usv , mone vleaneJ on watches, diamond;;, Jewelry, silver ware, etc aplb-6m 1.0AN& MADE UNAPPROVED COLLAT eial, fcUL-n us life policies, btocks, boiioi building uissoeiaiio shales. synClcale cer tificates, etc. No delay YEUKES & BAKER, 1110 F fct. Take elevator. XZ LOA.Ni, iADL ON FtTH-NlTURE, hohsls, rare. Loaus niadeanFurnituror Pinnos, Horses, Wairor.a, etc.. at lowest tates and otiickest possible lime. Strictly confidential I lease call l:er;..-u jcuri lo-tns uhiessliere WASHINGTON .MORTGAGE. LOAN CO., blO ! tweet, uorthsvest. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 June 1897

s ' ys---;' olr' M THE 3MOEKI3TG- TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 3837. - V T pi&r" -rr DRESS WELL And economically by purchasing a Biiit or two from llic ROGEltS fc CO. (Sew Vorlt) Mtoclc of Men's and Boy, Spring and Summer Suits; whiclt we are dixposlng of at 60 cents on the dollar. There are Plain Mine n Black forces and Cheviots mid neat PIn.d, Cheeks. Scotch effect, iu Tweed, OaK.luierpH and Worsteds. Ail lni. eMjeclally 1'OUHS. 11 the proper fabrics, weaves and colors in thin summer garments Scree.. CrawheH, Wool Crashes, etc. Styles, size, aud qualities to suit everybody. - Special :nli of 05 dozen Madras ralamns, re-tilar S2.00, for S1.25 per suit. $2.50 and $2.75 quality (select pat erns), ?1.75 per suit. 'Ihln Underwear, all- proper grades, Iu newest colors, 500. to $2.00 per garment. EoMnson & Gliery Co., i2th & F STS. N. W. Cloth. rriilt.lnS. Hats, c'""- City Brevities. A first-' lass engineer's license lias been granted Allen W. Eodgmau. Tlie Commissioners Have adv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 June 1897

3P-s?---rr r- The Cireahiion of THE TIMES Yesterday WA3 WEATHER PROBABILITIES. xma For the District ot Columbia, Dela ware, Maryland and Virginia, Xalr; ,vrarmcr; southerly winds. WASHISTGrTOI, WEDNESDAY MOKTHNGr, JUSTE 23, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. 0!N"E CE2ST. 10. 1,191, fel,T4 : 3jr &''vr&z.3?'& 4 Af jC MX mt 40,006 cofies. GIBGU MHmi6fll GD VEZ "When the Order Comes Will At ; tack the Jncaro-Moron Troclia. INVESTS PUERTO PRINCIPE Five Thousand Patriot Surround the City Ca"tcllauo- Defeated lu Tils Erfnrts to liuisc the Siege. I Weyler Leaves Havana to Be, K r. Operations Against Garcia. in Havana, via Key West, June 22 Gen. .-Caltxto Garcia is in camp near Clego do .A vila, In the province of Puerto Principe, with 8,000 men of all arms. He is only : awaiting orders from Gen. Gomez to at tack the Jucaro Moron Troclia on the east t'de in case the commander-in-chief of the Cuban army desires to pass into Puerto Principe again. Uen. Gomez Is still at the estate "La Re foima, in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 June 1897

5'6'',T'" ""' l-'T'''' T1"' "t?t'iV TELE MORNING TIMES', WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 3 897. toi&tory of this wonderful empire. Answers which came within scarcely more than an hour rrom foity heats of government over which the British flag floats, hi every corner of the earth, to the Queeu't message or lluink, to lier'suhjecls are alone jsuffl cientto innl:cthisdayinetndr.iblein uumuu records, I, in common with thousmule of other aliens, liave watched meu of evvy color and every creed marching loyally un der thiil same f lug, and I confess, without resene and without envy, that it was. the most marvelous bight the tun ever looked down upon. A WOXDKnFUL 11 LAKE OF LIGHT. MJUJiiu-j ot Electric Lights Turn Night luto Day. London, June 22. Every detail o the royal procession, including the place av elgned to each dignitary front abroad, was. unuouuecd in advance, save one. The of licinl program carefully omitted all men tion of Munir Tasha, the envoy extraordin ary cf the Sultan of Tuiky Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 June 1897

p--- -x w-r-sj PP-Si 2 rtf-dysT- - "?.si-sr "sf- s- jj'-t snrj "gr THE 31QT?NTffGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JTLNE '23, 1897. 3 -V -fjEf--jPfriifr DB. McCOY IVES FOR THE SHE The Uniform $3 Rate Orig inal in His Practice. And Extends It So That It 'Applies .to All Patients and All Diseases. Tills announcement of tlie i?3 rate tor the Minimi or applies not only to Catarrh, but to all discuses. Its especial appronrlateuchs for dls eiidth of a Catarrhal nature 11cm iu thee faeth: All those diseases that attack the noe, blocking its pas biikosj that attack the throat, caiih Jntf Irritation; tluit attack the car tubets, producing head uolses and llcnfiics; that attack the llrouehlal Tubes nod JLuiig Tubes, are angrn vrtted by the weather of full, winter nud sprlug. They improve in the warm Aveather months, beeauho at huch times there is little change Iu the temperature; the damp spells that produce colds. are absent, and tlie high winds loaded -with dust thut irritate the breathing tracts are abs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 June 1897

' 5 y-3S THE MQKKINGr TIMES. WJ3DJESDAY. JUNJI 23, l89?t .i?1 Cimcj? (MORKIHG, EV!TDrG AND STJffDAY.) BY- HE WASHINGTON TIMES COMMHY, IIILSOI? HTJTCHniS, President. BTJTCHINS BUJLLDIXtt Ixw Tcr& Offlcs: 2030 Trast BalMlnc- SUBSCRIPTION SATES. KcrKinpKrcning-aiui Son ilay.. Fifty Cents Jtfcn:lrg and Sunday. Tuirty-flve Cent i-xeL-niauJ Sunday.... ..Thirtjr-nvo Cents BYMAH.. Oar Year. Morning, Evenlngjina Sunday, SVOO ElxMnnths " ' "- 300 Three Months " " 1.75 One Yrar. Morning and Sunday.......... 400 Six Months " " . -...... 2.85 liree Months ' ' " 1.25 One Year, Krealn; aud Sundayv-.. JX SIxMonths " - 2.25 Three Month " ....... 1.23 Emoday ouly.ono yoar. .... ............. 1.00 Order. by mail must bo accompanied by sub- icriptiou v-rice. Teleitioxes: Editorial Booms, iS3; BmU lie Office. IG'0. Circulation Statement, 27.p circulation oThe Trans or the trcrf ended Saturday, June 19, 1S07, v;as as foUoxs: Citnday, June 13 23,374 Monday. June 14 40,008 'Ivescay, June 15 - -40,521 W...

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