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PART IL IF GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON WERE OUR PRESIDENT TO-DAY WouW He co^and less r,,p cot. if dressed jn the .ore —onp.ace raiment of this period . than he did in the pictures habili me nts of his own time? V «a.ui..g.on an.i on Ui€ resiorauon or llls last w ■■■ just coiaplete.l. will bo found in another part of this i^suc of The Tribune.) A DOMESTIC SCENE AT MOUNT VERNON WHEN GENERAL LAFAYETTE (STANDING AT THE HORSE'S HEAD) WAS VISITING THERE. THE SAME SCENE BROUGHT STRICTLY UP TO DATE 3Y THE TA.LOR. HATTER. DRESSMAKER. MILLINER AND HAIRDRESSER. ~ B ad.es c.rtainTy suffer less by the transform.t.on than does the d,st,ngu,shed French .o.dier or the Father of His Country, whose birthday ann-.ersary recurs th.s wee.. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, mo. EIGHT PAGES.