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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 June 1897

5- j-,- $T-&, C' rj?"-" -S Uw Circulation, of THE TIMES Yesterday TTAB f mpER PROBABILITIES. -For the District ot Columbia, generally fair; cooler; northwesterly winds. COPIES. '4 i NO. 1,194. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MORNNGH JUNE 26. 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. TUhKS LOOTING TIIUSSALY. DAUNTLESS CHEW DISCHARGED. "'Xi' M? VJ4g (Hit 40944 F II IdnH 111 PHELI -UVVUUllI 'JMitlllf I f'W m'l l-JEsssai ir. JOHNSTONS, 729 7ih St. WE Are Selling Sugar FAST At Our Low Price, 4 The berry season Is here, ami, as usual, we arc belling Grn5iilalcd Sugar as a special at a price less than thousanub or grocers nave ever bought It. Arbuckle's Coffee, 11 Kc Either Leveriug's or Arbuckle a Package Coffee tomorrow iu 10-lb. lots at ll and a haltceuts. Smaller quantities, 12 and a naif cents. Cream, io Imperial and Superb brands of ' Evaporaed Cream, the 15c. bizo at 10c. a can. MILK, 8c The celebrated Elgin Condensed Milk, the richest brand of condensed milk, at Sc. a can. Baby brand for ' imams at iuc...

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. — 26 June 1897

,. v jt tir-," J- -' Ss- uy-"' i t iu TITE MOKffTNGr TrMKff, SVTURDAY, JUNE 2fi, 3 87. mmmwm Ohio Democrats Must Steer Clear of Plutocratic Barnacles. KO PALTERING COMPROMISES Tbe Monopoly Kleinent and It-s Camp Followers Need to He Suppressed. Populists Should Take an Inde jpeudeft Stand If Candidate Above ltciuoucli Are Kot Selected. Congressman Jerry Simpson has never allowed his interest in pohtics to be limited to the narrow precincts of Kansas He became a national figure soon after ha sprang into political being, lu been a uatiou&l figure ever since, and wdl, in all probability, continue to be a national figure until his need for all thing-, taxed by the iniquitous tariff, including bicycles and socks, bhall be no more air Simpson ie at this time particularly interested m the impending Ohio campaign, which he thinks of great national concern. He, yes terday, to a Times reporter, delivered hun Mlf upon it after this faaluon: "I am very much Interested in the Ohio campaign b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 June 1897

-sS5-' iyi5" .?". y j- -.p s t- 3C DR. MgCOY GIVES FOB THE SUMMER The Uniform $3 Rate Orig inal in His Practice. And Extends It So That It Applies to All Pa'.ients and All Diseases. This announcement of the !?3 rate for the Hiiuuucr unpllex not ouly to Catarrh, but to all dlKeas.es. Its especial npnronriuteues for dls eastbK of a Catarrhal nature lien lu these facts: All tliohe diseases that attack the nose, blocking Its. pa huges; that attack the throat, cans Jag Irrltntlon; that attack the ear tubes, producing head noises and Deafness; that attack the Bronchial Tubes and Lnug Tubes, are aggra vated by the weather of fall, vvluter and spring. They Improve In the warm weather mouths, because at such times there Is little chauge In the temperature; the damp spells that produce colds are absent, and the high wluds louded with dust that irnlate the breathing tracts are absent. Ju winter even the Don tor's slkll is ofteu taxed to cure Catarrh. Nature offers obstacle after obstacle, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 June 1897

THU MORKINGh TIMES. SATURDAY. JUNE 26, 187. QTitiiexi (KORiraTG, VWIH& ASD SOHDAY.) BT PWASHIMTON TIMES COMPMY, S.TILSOH HTJTCH1HS, President. HUTCUIKS BDTLDIXO. tew Tort Office:. 2000 Tract Bnllalntr. SUBSCRIPTION 3ATE3. WoSTnxT. by CA-nitimu ilcrqinp, Evening aua.Sumlay.. Fifty Cents Homing and Sunday Ttairty-flvo Ceuts -iyecins and Sunday Thlrty-nvo Cents BY M Alt. Ont Tear. Morning.Eveains and Sunday, 8W She Months " M 300 U tree Months " " J.7 One Year, Morning and Sunday. i00 Sir Mouths " " " 23 5 iree iIo!ith3 " " 1.23 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 SixMontlu " " 2.2J Three Month I-23 bunday only, ono year..... L00 Orders by malt must bo accompanied by sub scription price tELEi'UOXES: Editorial Rooms, S0; Bual cch Office I640. Circulation Statement; 22e circulation of Tue Times Jar the ccefc aided Saturday. June 19, 181)7, cas as folates: Sunday, June 13 ... ..... 23,574 Monday. June 14 40,008 'Tuesday, June lo .... 40,524 Wednesday, June IB 40,193 Thursday, June 17 38...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 June 1897

r 'ift. . f THE. MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1897. Iifinsburg-u & Bro , UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK t Tonight you can secure eithsr of these bargains. THIS WRAPPER, $1.39. This stylish wrapper is made of fine French percale, in dainty summer shades, separate hody lining: to the waist, princess back, fall front, with fancy bolero jackets, neatly trimmed with braid, the latest style sleeve, turn-over collar, extra width skirt, 59 iu. long1, with deep hem. All sizes in stock. THIS SKIRT, 79c, This splendid wash skirt, made of fine striped linen, full um brella style, with deep double flounce, finished with rows of fine shirring:, gored at the top on a French yoke, with draw string-. Sizes, 38, 40 and 42. JowW. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. 2 You i J Can Euy A Bicycle J t Here on the 2 J Smallest Monthly J Payments J Ever Offered $ P And We Will $ t Keep the Wheel, J The Saddle, I I And the Tires ? J In Repair One $ i Year FREE I No matter how your bicycle be- 4 5 comes broken whether by acc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 June 1897

p!5pppis - ? ft-i vlx? fHifKW' t p?f?i THE MORtflSTG TfMES, SATURDAY, JUJSTE 26, 1897. m 6 PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7th St. Boys' Suits, $1 ' Baturdayls always a great bargain flay here Tor the hoys. Every mother lu WasMngUm knoWB this, and most all ot them will he here at some time during the day. mat boy ot yours, win probably nee'd some more clothes berore he leaves on his vacation, and here 1b a chance to buy him two or three bults tor the price of one. Hoys' splendid quality Blue and BlacK. Cheviot anu 1-aucy Mixture Hints, Uouble-hreaEteu and reefer style, sizes 3 to 15. Veil worth 1.50. iour choice today $X Hoys Suite, in rancy mixtures, very btj libti and natty. Borne have pants with double seat and knee, in double-breasted and reerer Jack et ttyle, sizes 3 to 15. Were $2. unoico S1.5Q A miscellaneous assortment of Hoys Units, only two or three or a lot, which told at $4, $5, and ?0. J. hey are guaranteed all wool, siiown in sizes 3 to 15. Xour choice today ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 June 1897

--iars--. v - -"j" 'fV , JYJ? r -sr 'V'-j' f . TBffl MOBJrmq TIltiES. SATURDAY JTfHB 16. 18&7, ' - jION'KY WANTED AND TO LOA. H. Ifc FULTON'S loanottioo, 12X8 Ta. ave. nw.. mouuyloaned 011 watches, diamonds jewelry, silver ware, eto. apl0-6m LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT eral, such as ilfo policies, stocks, bonds, building association Bbnies, syndicate certificate-, etc No delay YERKES & BAKER. 1110 F tt. Take elevator. tf LOANS JiADlS ON FUHN1XUKE, HOUSES, ETC. Loans made on Furniture. Piano-.. Horses. Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly conrideutluL Flease call before securing loans e""rnB WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 610 F ttieetnoithwest. MONEY. 'lO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5 dud 6 1-y pei cent, ou D. 0. leal estate, $250, G0o, etc., at 0 per cent; all transactions nducted Willi economical consideration lor borrowers. WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & CO., aplO-tf 14.07 F st. nw. 'MOKEY. TO LOAN at 5 and o pel cent, tecunty, real estate in District,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 June 1897

WHfg?--, --rf v T' " -- vr"" s5 vS? mS?p TV & a 2."- J'jpr'V. THE MORNING, TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, -ISOT. fe 4 Saks and Company. Men's Crash Suits. When we et n good thing you get Jt. We lniil a eliaueo to buy from the best nmUer of Wash Goods Jn this country 130 Geauins Crasli Sui's, 120Bsskei Weav Linen Suits the kind that sell everywhere at fj5 and nowhere for 1uih. They will fit and are guaranteed thor oughly shrunken; all the seams are neatly taped, and where the strain comes those points are securely stayed. Thei-e are points that "eheap" suits don't have. Take your choice of either lot for $3.50 Men's Bicycle Suits. .Tiist one lot lightweight "Wool Suits, In nobby plaid pattern serviceable and sightly. They're worth all of the ?3.75 they have beeu $2.50. Youths' $4SeparatePants and some few pairs worth f3 53 English Worsteds, in neat stripe patterns-they'll help to wear out some coat and vest for you. SIzck waist, 28 to 31 In seam, 28 to 32 S2.43. Two Lots of Men's Pant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

-, SY V. 1 The circulation of Tlie Times yes terday was 41,540 Copies. Dally average Inst week, 40,526 Copies. WEATHER- PROBABILITIES. tmt. For tbc District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, partly cloudy weather; north erly wiLds. !MO. 1,195. WASHTtfGrT03ST, SUNDAY MOKSTINGr, fUXE 27. 1897 TWENTY PAGE3. TBCEEJE GEaS, Wt w ' r PRQUD BRITAIN'S FLEET Host Stupendous Aggregation of Sea Power" Ever Seen. MILES OF FIGIITING VESSELS One Hundred and Sixty-five "War ships lu Line The DlHturbuiiee of the Atmosphere, Canned by tho Vnst Fleet's Salute, Cause n Heavy Downpour of Rain. Portsmouth, England, June 26. "What ehould rank as thetgrentest achement or man has been tile dispute of many centuries. The auswer Tor thlb generation baa been found today in the marvelous dlbpluy of human handiwork spread upon the wateis of the great roadstead, btrctch Ing between Foitsmouth harbor aud the Ible of Wight Hair a thousand great Leviathanb were there, creatures of Iron assembled from every quarter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

W !-"?. ST 'TWStei." ? ' ,aj, w ?&- t,fS v ET' TffFTffQKRTSra f MMSit smfdA, jtoe 27, 3 sot. 2 STRICKEN JMJHE SENATE Mr. Pettigrew Breaks Down in a Heated Speech. Brain workers $15 MEN'S A CHANGE IN WOOL RATES &&&&$&&&a 31 wmi jmgFft1 SUITS FOR reatest Enemies What a Boston Republican Pre dicts on the Tariff. $T.50. Nervousness and Insomnia. tfrv'IHTTf iM'T 'slo'pkCTT w 92Sl2fcv Trn j35Mfe : ( VOCAL CORDS PARALYZED Willft Heparins to Mr.rintt, ofCon necticnf, the Soatli Dakota Sen ator 3Inkes au Alarming- Scene. It Turned Oot to Be Only a Temporary Affliction. The circumstance or Senator Pettlgrew's sudden affliction in the middle of a heated reply to Senator, Piatt, of Con necticut, yesterday afternoon in the Senate j chamber, alarmed both the crowded gal leries and the Senators. It was a pain fully dramatic" teene, as all such sdden , visitations are. The. Senators -wen notably blow in rendering assistance, but for this there "was a good reason. Sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

JJJ5- rXSKffr?Z3 "t'-SV . $v-- 3' 5;- -"ift- jfc- THJ5 TJlOBNiKa : TIMES, SIN3)'AYV JUKE 27, 1891. ; fe f ONE DOLLAR Per visit is our only charge, ull MEDICINES AND SERVICES in cluded.. . 1 ' All dlKCnsc of a SPECIAL NA TTJHE of either sex are treated for one dollar per visit UNTIL CUllliD. . Tills generous and honest system of treatment hns met with tho hearty approval of all. Let no one afflicted with ANY DISEASE of a SIECIAL NATURE fall to call at once. No such frank and honest offer has oecn made In this city holoro. i'OC.Ml .MEN Guttering from the vices aud errors or youth, and uoubled with Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Hashrulncss, Confuslou of Idea, Headache, Dizziness, Palpitation of the Heart, eat Hack, Dark Circles Arouud the Eyes, Plm nles oa the Face, Loss or bleep, Tired Feeling in the Morning, Evil Forebodings. Dull, Stupid, Aversion to Society, TSo Am bition, Bail Taste ia tlic Mouta, Dreams and Night Louses, Deposits ia the Uriue. Frequent Urinatloa.Bonietiiaesac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

" -n? t TBLB MOTftaWG- MITO StlSFDAY, Jt$E SIT," 1897. PARKTER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7th St One glance at our stock of men's summer clothing will convince 3rou that we have the best assortment at the lowest prices to be found in this neighborhood. You. can do your own looking around and comparison, of values and prices. If you are any kind of a judge of clothing we're bound to get jour order. Look at these prices i Men's Crash Suits, S4 to 12. All the 10 Spring Suits arc $6.25. Still belling $3 and $4 Odd Pants at$2. Separate Serge Coats and Vests and whole Suits in a greater variety and at a lower figure than we've ever been able to show before. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Tth St, Wheel to j Ram's Horn c for your spirt today. Excel lent meals and cooling; drinks. Everything provided es pecially for the comfort of you cyclists. A. cooL place to rest-awhile. J I "Out Through Brookland." J A. Laupp, Proprietor. 2P Every nig-lit amidst cool breezes at Suitlan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

MMHHMMHHIH ,f ' jf& "flC jzi p- ' V'- X:?f f'Sr J r B2S&l?2aKS 32S1BSKti$ft I III lliWIWIMMIIiia hilii TT'M1 HTF 2ow needn't risk your life to reach this store h as the engine has not reached this block. No Man Needing CLOTHING Should fail to read this Adl IMPORTANT DECISION OF RECEIVER It was yesterday decided by the re ceiver for Loeb & Hirsh, acting" under the court's order, to divide the entire stock of Men's Clothing- into three lots and dispose of them quickly at the following- prices: s 6-35 Every Suit in the house that was vgularly sold al season as high as thirtecn lit'ty ($13.30) now $0.85. Is the above plain? Now These prices AU.$3, $3.50 i-nd .$4 StniAvs go at $1 .45. All lending shapes. Loeb & Hirsh A .& - mf CAP I talw iyh city ., b W ATHLfcTE?S jj The citizens of Philadelphia believe in celebrating the Fourth of July out ot doors, and so that they may be amused and entertained the city fathers provide all torts ot sports and contests, on land and o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

?,i: """; SjCf 6 THE jMOftNIKGr TIMES SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1897. l "-a -- -ST fttmeg iKOSKIHG. EV2HIITG AST) SUHDAY.) HE WASHIH&TOH TIMES COMPANY, ItpsOTX HUTCHIffS, President HUXCHIlfS BUILDINO. lew York Office: 2003 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. UrOSTHtT. BY CARRIER: ilcixiup, livening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Wcruingand Sunday Thlrty-fivo Cents tracing and Sunday Tliirty-flro Conts BY MAIL. One Tear, Morning, Evening and Sunday, $5.60 .Eix Months " " 8.00 Three Months " M " 1.76 One Year. Morning and Snndtty 4.00 Six Months " " 7 ?.5 ahreeMonth3 " - 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.U0 Six Months " ' 2.23 Three Mouths " 1.23 Bundayonly. oho year 1.00 Orders by mall must bo accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones: Editorial 'Rooms, 463; J3usi setbpoice. 1640. Circulation Statement. The- circulation oThe Ttmes for tlte Keek ended Saturday, June 20, 1337, -ecu as follows? Sunday, June 20 24.310 Monday. June 21 39,020 Tuesday, June 22 40,906 Wednesday, June 23 39,570 T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

JSSS'i,fcSfS iwtSijWF aqgry-" lb '& THE MOBNTETGr TIMES, tBUN DAY, JU-NE 27, 1897. & T ' V SENATE PROCEEDINGS Debate on the Resolution. Con cerning the Pacific Railroads. THE TARIFF DISCUSSION air. Vest FeelB Warmly on the Question of Salicylic Acid, a Poison Used to Determine tho t Character of lleer A Return to .tho Sugur Scaudals. Tbo proceedlngi! o the Senate yester cLy,aUhoughthce8iIonwa comparatively short, were eventful, tbe debate was gladiatorial, and tbe result were, as usual, tlie Republicans cairying out their policy It took fifteen minutes to get a quorum, after tlie meeting of the body, by Invoking the assistance or the sergeaut-at-arms 'to find senators who were lurking here and tlioe In the building. A lctteL wn 1 eccl cd from the Secretary .. or the '1 reasury on the subject of the num ber of pouuda ot raw sugar required to make a given number of pounds of refined. The Information furnished by Ihe Secre tary of the Tieasury has already been used In the Senat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

Uj!,5 or? jKj; v; . . 8 0. '.o Laflstmrgh & Bro. 2 This hot weather should In crease your desire to he com-' fortable. Will add much to the comfort of your home. We make them for $2.40 and up. Size governs the price. SCREENS. Fill your windows with screens and see how much pleasure you can get for so little money Invested. These we can sell you from 18c to 30c. Bring: the width of your windows and we will do the rest. Also Screen Doors from 69c. to $1.19c each, "DIXIE" MOSQUITO CANOPlbS Are perfect In every re spect, and if you use them once you will always use them. Our price Is $3. No charge for putting them up. SPECIAL. ITEMS. Lace Striped Scrim, 36 in. wide, 4: l-2c. yd. 36 In. Figured Cream Madras, 12 l-2c yd. 36 In. Figured Denim, 16c. quality, 12 1-2 yd. 48 In. Ecru and White Fish net, 15c yd. 36 In. Figured Dresden Drapery, 19c yd. Figured Hungarian Cloth, for pillows and draperies, 25c yd. Ncio is the time you need Slip Covets for your furni ture. We -will sen -four man...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

55r fi &- ,V -W-fcf " ,K- l '.. Take one of these Cohimbias At almost your own price. Ij 1 i Pope Manufacturing Co., 452 Pennsylvania Avenue; The store will be open every evening until q o'clock until all of tltcse uxheels. are soliL r " ' 1 kjJArioSfnit 1SS in f-vriinp circles. Interest during the past week has been displayed princi pally m the uniforming or the bicycle Tv,Hni ktuuiiI. the. races ot yesterday, the arrival, or the Northwestern Military Acad emy cadets fiora. Chicago, and tlie. big race, meet, whichlatotake place on Morulay, July 5. TTic arrival or Majqr Davldsra, of the Illinois-National Guard, lnchaige of eleven cadets from the Korthwesvrn Mil itary; Atadems, about thirty mile I un Chicago.lins attracted rnmhatten lien, and the 1k s are thoroughly enjoj tnjr tbeaf selves during their htay oC a week J n "Washington. The cadet left Cblcugn at 9 a- m. on June 7, and arrived in AVnsh ingtun at 2. p. m. on June 22. A m"-ssage -was brought to the Secre tary oC AVar f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

SSJSP---' X1 THE MOBNINO TIMES,? SUNDAY, JUNE AT," 1897, 10 j. if &'- v$f 5Cf Tp2S'9vf"''5"'C: FrNANCIAT- T. E. WARD & GO., BANKERS, 1333 F STREET N. W. Dealers in UNITED STATES BONDS, STOCKS, GRAIN, COTTON. CA-II OK MAIKilN. Our facilities for deal'ngln all kinds of securities and speculative commodities caunoc possibly lie excelled, 'iney incU.au ample capital and every possible .facility thai couiu couti.bute to the sutceb or an investor or operator. Call or send for daily letter and circular. Exclusive prlvute wire to our main office, 31 ami 33 Broadway, 2Cev York. It T. J. Hodgen & Co. Brokers and Dealers, Stock, Cotton, Grain and Provisions, Booms 10 and 11 Corcoran Bnillin;, Corner I h and F stroeM. and oUi 7th. ot nw W. B. Hibbs & Co., BANKERS an.l BROKERS, Uei.ibtns Nu v orlc Stock Eo.i.mx 1427 F Street. Correspondents ot LAD EN BURG, H.VLMANN fc Ox, New York. The National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Company Of the Districtof Columbia CORNER 15TH ST. AND...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

s if r s r-i THE HOBNESre TIMES,' SUKTDAY, JTHXE 27, 1897. 11 f f . MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. H.K. FULTON loaB0ffice, 1218 Pa. ave. nw.,rooneyloaned on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, tilvet ware, cto. apl0-6m LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT eral, audi as life policies, stocks, bonds, building association filiates, syndicate cer tificates, etc. No delay. YERKES & BAKER, 1110 F tt. Take elevator. U LUArvfe AlADE ON FUHNITUKE, HOUSES, KTC. Loans maJe on Furniture, PUinoa. Horses, Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest possible Mme. Strictly confidential. Plcaae cail before securing luuns elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN GO, 01U F tr-iecc uortliwest. MONEY. TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5 aud 5 1-2 per cent, on 1). C. real estate, $1150, 5500, etc., at 0 per cent; ull traubaction3 conducted wltu economical consideration Tor borrowers. WILLIAM H.SAUNDERS & CO., epJO-tf 1407 F et. nw. MONEY TO LOAN on huusehoiJ rurniturc, pianos, organs, hoist's, carriages, etc All bubiueaa strictly...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 June 1897

.-g-v. "& cy--"-:? tfej-Jffj""3 JSS-SJ"1?- - T v?,E- J'XKE3teT-Jr-'S?336'-"!5fT-" -M.-sr.''KS" e3 5y j?, 12 TOE MOBJSlJN;a TIMES, BUKPAY, JUKE 27; 1897. &5p,-"'Uilffji:e5!rJ 1iOT9? ! THE ROGERS & CO. Stock of Men's and Boys' Suits, now selling at SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, is a chance for you to secure strictly HIGH CLASS, RELIABLE clothing at a mere fraction of its real worth. Gar ments made by REPUTABLE MAKERS and fully GUARANTEED BY US. Here's how the prices run: Hoger fc Co.'s $7.f0 Suits for $4.50 Kogcro & Co.' $8.50 Suits for 5.10 Hogers (fcCoh $10.00 Suits for 0.00 Rogers & Co.'s $12.50 Suits for $7.50 Holers & Co.'s $13.50 Suits for $8.10 Kogers & Co.'s $15.00 Suits for $0.00 Hogers & Co.'s $10.50 Suits for $0.00 H'gen fc Co.'s $18 Suits for $10.80 ltogers fe Co.'s $20 Suits for $12 Plenty of Blue and Black Serges and Cheviots and the newest checks, plaids and Scotch effects in Tweeds, Cassiuieres and Homespuns. All proper summer wearables for...

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