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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

a Qftme (JireabUoa of THS TIXES TesUriky WA3 WEATHEE PROBABILITIES. For the Dititilct of Columbia, Mary land and Virginia, scattered ehowcrs; foutbcasterty winds. COPIES. WASHIGTCXN", SATUBDAT MORSriEr&, JULY 3, 1897 EIGrHT PAGrJRS. no. 1,201. ORE GENT. mht 40,690 Bu TO MPOSEIISTHIP K Important Decision Readied l)y the Republican Caucus. A CHARGE ON INVESTMENTS The Inefficiency o the Propose.! Tariff Hill us n Hevcuuc Pro ducer Compels tlie Hepubllenns. ao lleort to a Tux "Upon all Trans fers of Securities. 1 he Republican managers yesterday alter noon gave up all hope ol pacing tbeirtariff Mil by tonight. Monday being the day upon which the Fourth is to be officially observed, the pressure was great upon the committee all yesterday afternoon to ad jomn over. The Kepublicau managers cir culated quietly about the chamber and endeavored to tccure an arrangement whereby an agreement could be reached for an hour on Tuesday nt-.t when cue "sfinal vote should be taken lu this they vei...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

THE MO"BJ5riN"G- TIMJS,r SATURDAY, rJULY 3, 1897. biinple Saxon word which begins with an 'l,' endb -with un "r," and lias tivo Hill" letters between, which the imagluatlou or the Senate will furnish for Itself. Now, then, the aitlclc goes on to Rive a pretended reply of this creature. In -which there Is very HtUe truth It goes ou fnrtlier and states what purports to be the inside fact ot the case. It is too long to inflict upon the Senate I do not Intend to Oo skj upon this occasion It was but a hair hour before I came here t hat ihin lnfaionub attlcle was called to my atten tion, and as it endeavored to place me In a fal.se position with the President, I could not for a moment hesitate to repeat It Mr Frcsid'-nt, 1 Intend to be plnced fairly 1 intend to be upon this floor aa 1 came here, a Republican standing by Republican principle: and voting for a Jtvpulilloun tariff bill in line with the .Administration of Prosidunt MoKltile from firot to last. But ir my Senatorial pre rogativ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

THE MOEKINGT1MES, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 3897. BORINT THE VACATION Doctor IcGojr Gives tlie Uniform Hate of $3 a lontli Till Cured. "This Applies to All Patents and All Diseases. Onlv during the summer could Doctor AlcUoy losMUly make the rate ot J a Uioiitu, covering Dealuess anil all dis eases. Since the ebtabl.shment ol ls ua uoual pract.ce in Wushuigton Wo jiatlents hae so constanUj grown in liunii.er that He has oiieu senouMj considered tlie ad vjsabuilv ol Hiniuug their number ana -raising nib lees cliargmg a foe tomewhat in proportion to the serice rendered. The only reusous -which enable Doctor McCoy to g;Ive the i?3 rate lor tlie summer months are: First, because it is tlie vucatioa beuhou, tlie ueuoou -when .so many ot liis regular patients are out oltuwa and, Second, because oue month's- trea. xueut In summer, when nature lu everv way aids tUe ijhysieiuu, ls ivortii two uiouihs ol most careful treatment during tlie severe -weather of Fall, "Winter and Spring. .Doctor MCCov nev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

TBJJ MOCHTINa TIMB?friSvtiCUUD.Y, JULY 3, JlSfrT. 4- be iAi i tSmctf L IKORHHTG. VHIHG AH STJKDAT.) !IHE WASHINGTON TIMES-COMPMT, TILSOH HUTCRTHS, Prfesideat HDTCBINS BOILDKm Tew Tcrfc Office: 2OO0 Tract Bnlldlnc. SUBSCRIPTIO' 3.VTE1 1'oSTimr. bt Caeiiikb: Kcrclep, Evening na Sunday. .Fifty Cents Jicii.Iogr.nd Sunday .Tkbtj-flvo Cents LverlaS cisi Sunday Thlrty-llvc Ccuts BY MAIL. CnrTMr.Mornlns.Evcntng and Sunday, p.50 Eix Mouths " " " SOO 3ciec Months "" L"5 Oni Year. Mornlns; and Sunday 4.00 SlMontlis " 25 !i tree Months ' " ' 3.23 Cm Year. Evening .and Sunday. .W HixMouUu " 2-25 Tkie Month " " . ... I-25 , uudny ouly, one year - -W Orcersliyinall must bo accompanied bysub tcrlptiou price. Telethostes: Editorial Rooms, SS; Busl rer Ollice. I64Q. Circulation Statement. 27.r circulation of live, Times for the zcck aidd Saturday. June 26, 1897, icas as fctloKs: t rXoy. June 20 24,310 Koriay. June 21 39,520 TvttCov, June 22 v 40,905 IWdnudap, June 23. ....... .....39,570 Thursday. Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

THE - MOBNTETO- TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY -3, ,-1897 "-" ' " ' " ! r I in ! ill i II i mi "J ' . g Lnnslurgrli & Bro. g For Your Convenience g We will keep ourslore open until 10 o'clock tonight. You g may want to do some shopping 0 j ior inc ruunu, auu mesc caiiu h hours will help you out should you hare forgotten anything: g at the last moment. is a Special Sale of Corsets. o Our 75c Annlse Corset, g S9c, and our $1 Nona Cor- g set, 79c - These prices g will hold good until clos- a ing time to-nigh. Remarkable Reductions in Jewelry. Sterling-Silver Fasteners for Leather Belts ... For 10c Sterling Silver Shirt Waist Setts, consisting- of Cuff Links, 3 Studs and Col lar Button For2oc Black Silk Watch Guards, with Sterling Silver Slides, For 25c Sterling Silver Hat Pins, with beautiful jewel set tings, regular 68c quality, For 25c b 8 S For the Little Folks. Children's Mull Caps, made with full lace ruf fle around face and neck, tucked crown, extra wide strings, all sizes, only 19c B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

THE MOUNTED Tlftlg, SATUBDAT, JULY 8, 1897. :::::::: ::":::;: :!;v 8 PARKER, BRSDCE m T & CO.'S RING SALE. We'll be closed all day Monday July 5th but we've got today what you'll want to wear to morrow and Monday. Come early this morning, as the last hours before closing will be the busi est we have had this season. We hope every fat mother in Washington will get a share of these j vd remarkable clearing bargains in the Boys' X Clothes. Just think of ) F Boys5 Wash Pants at fiOc. 3 pairs for 25c, Thcv are mighty good rants, too. Shown in ail colors all azcJ-rrom 3 to S yu Ought not to be a pair left in the House by closing time tonight. ;ulis, $1.65. S2 to S3-50 Boys' hoys' All-wool Knee i'ants Suits-tills season's newest style- novelty effects and lflue ana lilact CheWots. kizes 3 to 16 years. Always $2 ana $3.50. xours today at $1-65. All tne rest or the Hoys' clothing, including the new Wash Suits, at Just 50c on tne dollar. R BICYCLE LbCR&mK7 you wheelmen wlio are coins ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

TiUS MOKKUSG TIMES, SJWJ1 O A.Y, JULY S, t8S7. if ox i tvantkp axd to rf: WASHED -A loan or 5150. on tup best security, for 3 or G mouths; willing to paj Interest moullily Address G. B;, tills oil ice -"? $4,000 toloau on fiistclusb teal estate; se curity at 5 per cent; no delay. A- A. ASUHUHN, 510 F st.nW. Jy2-3t MONEY TO LOAN A NEW FLAN 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, HORSES, CARRIAO ES, WAGONS, ETC., without icmoval from nosMssion or oWner "We can of Jur vou the LOWEST RATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will iccclve tlie money wruiiii si i i iiniiifi nficr making applica tion for it. Piitcnts in lite I niiciial. of any nmount, roll be iccclvcd at any time, wj.ich wiir lessen cast of loan. Please call lor fuilliei iiifoimation. CA P1TAL LOAN G UARANTEE CO., je29-Imo (0 F tl. nw. U. K. FULTON'S loanorflce, 121b Va. ave. aiv., raoneyloancJ ou watch ts, Uiainonds, jewelry, sliver ware, etc. nplO-Oin LOAD'S MAUE ON APPROVED COLLAT cral, such as life p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 July 1897

THE MOKNItfGr TIMES, SATURDAY JUliY 3, J89T i!!:.::";;!!!!".!!. JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St. The: 8 is) ' SPECIAL SUGAR SALE Last Days LIVELY! j of the great sheriff's sale of Alexander Wilson & Co. of tlie stock The startling M- T TrjisSuit Sale Is at fever reatm Two Carloads of SVien's and Boys' Summer Suits Now Being Sacrificed at Less Than Half Actual Value! I STEP AT rapidity with which the goods have found their way all over Washington and the sur rounding country is- clear proof of the wonderful values such values as were never seen before. You stiil have a chance of getting a share of these extraordinary bargains, if you come at once, but it is not sale to delay another instant. Men's Crash Suits $1.90 Men's Cassimere Suits . ..$3. SO Men's Scotch ChcvIotSuits.$4.GG Men's. P ergeCoatsauu Vests $X. Q S MenV Unlined Trieot Coats and Vehts $3.25 Men's Fancy Linen Coats "and Teots $1.25 MGn'sFiueIilueSerj;eSuits.$6.4:0 Men's "Wool Crash Suits ..SB. SO Children' Knee Pants 8c .CflU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

n vnYm fmwMMm. Ttw r4fHi .r m Tlau yes- Fr lte mfctBt mt Oti'tmUn, fair: tine. 40780 Copies. 3SMy tnn lastt week, 40,68 4 Copies. ftnJM Willi IMpgrniiitrv? ,Bt to southeast wIbA. :no. 1,202. 1S37 TWENTY PAGES. THIJEE CENTS. I f9&f M 0 WASnmGrTOX, SUNDAY MOTTNTNGr, JULY 4, : r STRDIIGIWHRS.HIICK Evidence Believed to Be Suffi cient to Convict Her. CLEARING UP TIIE MYSTERY Admissions of the Suspected "Woman Tend to Etnhli.di Her Guilt Mnr tln Thorn, Her Lover, Relieved lo lie an Acei-hhury In the Heinous Crime -Evidence of Neighbors. 1 New Yor4c, July 3. Acting Inspector 0LrIen and his detectives told an Inter eKUag Rtijy ton gmVait.oiit tlie lhiding of the house In which they think the man wlwae body has been identified as Uiat of "Will am Gieldbensuppe was killed. It In cluded more slorlet and adm mollis that tbey said they had obtained from Mrs. NacK, the mtotiess of Gieldsensuppe, and it included nlbo the Iieretolore impublibhed evidence tbej have and whicntiiey believe is bu'f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

TTi&T$X THE MOKOTKGr TIMES, SUNDAY, JTTLY 4, 1897. 2 PUTTS BBjjHF PEACE "Easy Eoss" Fairly Well Satis fied Willi tlie Administration. .SECRETARY BLISS A MAZARIS He Smoothed Out the Huff led Feel ing and Made Self-Interest ltiu Above the Caprices ol Temper. 2IeKInley Wanted No Quarrel. Anti-Orgnulzaiiou Men. New York, July 3. The political re porters who know have been telling the importance this week has been the apioiument by PreMdcat McKlnley of a. Flatt collector of the port and a Bliss general appraiser of customs, write, an anoujntyus, but evidently well-informed peisoa in a New Yorkpaiwr. Taken in its connection w.tl. t-ast ponucal history and with the bearing it is lively 10 have on the lutuic. tne action of the Prudent i uu quesUouamy ofiuorethaii juin0 n..nncnU Tlie i runs ot the combination between Thomas C Flatt and Cornelius N . ISuss are now being reaped. Wlio would have be lieved it possible two yean, ago for these men to luve worked together in absolute Jiannuiiy?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

r i THE MOBN1NG TIMES, SIT STOAT, JULY 4, 3897. TIE EVER GLORIOUS ffl Bow the Nation's Birthday Will Be Observed in Washington. ORATORY AND EXPLOSIVES The Program Is More Elaborate Than Ever Before Patriotic Cele brations at the Grand Opera House and AVasUIngton Monument. 'Events in the. "World of Sport. A glorious Independence Day is assured tomorrow, surpassing in quantity and Quality of amusements and volume of explosives and patriotic oratory all pre vious ones, if only tlie man at the "Weather Bureau will deign to grace the occasion with good weather. If the day is fair it Is safe to say tSiaC without a doubt the day will be observed as it has never been before. The National Association of Democratic Clubs, the Democracy of the District of Columbia, the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Oldest In habitants Association have each arranged elaborate programs which will he rendered during the course of the day at the Grand Opera House, the Monument and trie Cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

'&WbVWiRji? - THE MOBNIHG- TIDIES, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1897. -vz& rag&ttgesewHZ: -w-'TJ?-- SENATORS DID 1ST PLMfl Oa Account of Big Jump to Chi cago They Had an OiT Day. MERGER WILL GO IN THE BOX Will Tiny Two Gnmes in the Witnly City Tomorrow- Uoton A pa In IHsfeats Xcw York by n Xarrow 31ur?rlu, and Cincinnati Gives the Colonel u Thorough Trouncing. .660 Ne York... 33 22 .600 Cleveland,... 30'27 .526 Fkiladelplria..29 31 .483 Pittsburg 27 29 .482 Ercoklyn......27 30 .474 Washington... 22 33 .400 22 34 .393 Chicago 22 36 St. Louis 11 47 .379 190 GAMES YESTERDAY. Boston, ;j; Xew York, 2. Cineiiinati, 12; Louisville, O. Brooklyn, 5; Philadelphia, 2 flrat game. Philadelphia, 7; Brooklyn, 5 sec ond game. Cleveland, 12; St. Louis, 4. Pittsburg, S; Chicago, 2. GAMES TODAY. Washington at Chicago. Ball! mo re at Cincinnati. The Senators Tvenj not scheduled yia terday. They vrereonthIr way to Anson's town for their match with the Chlcagos this afternoou. They will also play jurhe "W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

H- foS t4-V THE MOIiyiKG TIMES, .f STjy DAY, JULY 4, 1897. 3 - -f SSS" -?1rr ""sp CAPITAL CITY a ATHLETES, Tlic effort to get the local boat clubs together during the past weekfor the pur pose, even at this late date, or arranging a Potomac River Rcgattaonailmltedbuhls, failed, much to the regrefc of the rowing men, who are anxious and'willlng to row, hut who have no earthly hope or being sent away tills season. This Is, indeed, unfortunate, as it vir tually "kiln." rowing on tills river for a whole sea-so-i, excepting for the prepara tion tlie "Analostnn"Intermcdiitc and the 'a A C." senior fours will make for the jtvT. A- A. O. regatta, to be held at Phila delphia in August. It is suggested, aa one means of keep ing up the interest here, that a trophy cup be provided Xor an annual race for "fours," class to bo decided urou later on, for crews from the three local clubs, and have It arranged that the cup is to go to th club winning it three times. The cup can be seeured without muc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

--W- J&3 THE MOBKIKG 3?1MSS. SUNDAY, J-13XY 4, 1897. Sf Uimtz (MORHIffG, EVEIOTJG AlfD SUHDAY.) BY " the mmmm times commby, STILSOH HUTCEHf S, Presilent. HUTCH1NS BUILDINCi. Hew York Offics: 2000 Tract Bulldlnc SUBSCRIPTION RATES. -Monthly, by cake eh i Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Horning and Sunday. Thiriy-Dvo Cents Evening and Sunday Tuirtr-Hvc Cents BY MAIL. OnoYcsr.Mornlng, Evcningand Sunday, 850 Six Months " " " Three Jlonths, " " " One Year, Morning and Sunday. Six Months. " " "- . Three Months, " " One Year, Evening and Sunday. Six Months, " ' " , 31iree Months, " " 3.00 1.75 4.C0 ......2.55 1.23 U0 , 12) , 1 ,25 Sunday only, one year 1.00 Orders by mail must ho accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones : Editorial Itooais, -iSG ; Easi ness Office, 1C10. Circulation Statement. The circulation, cf The Trans for the trerl ended Saturday, July 3, 1897, seas as fcKous: t.uncay, June 27 23,871 Monday. June 2S 40,008 Tvezday, June 29. . 40,755 Wd7ic(day, June...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

.-. jfrjj - -J- iEE22&2Si3Bm wliiainLT guie Spring a Surprise in tlie Shape of a Bounty Proposition. THEY DRAW DEMOCRATIC FIRE A Strong Possibility that They Will Be "Hoist by Their OwD Petard" 'Stamp Tux Amendment as Outlined In The Times Intro duced and Ordered Printed. Ja the Senate yebterday Uie Finance Committee introduced an amendment pro viding an expoic bounty on beet sugar. It was immediately assailed by tlie Demo crats, aud was withdrawn after a pathetic tpeeob by Senator. 'lliuiion, who, wooded as be is to tbe agricultural iiilcrests ot the Northwest and tlie mills of tlie East gen erally, coula nut let Democratic opposition, jeopardize tlie parage ot the bill. Some people thought Hut thus was a play, to tlie bleaching boards or tbe cunlry, mat me amendment w as only introauccd o that the UEHiCcratfi might, by opposing it injure themselves in tits Northwest. Senator Allen and Senator Kyle, liowever, -who maj or ma? not have been lying in ambush, fcprang out on the Ind...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

-Tt- -r--X:r 8 THE MOKKLNX TIMES1, SUNDAY, JUL!? 4, 180T 0 ljansLurir'a & Bro. S WE CLOSI3 ALT, DAY 5th OF JULY, g but will be open for a business brijrlit and g early on the morning rt or the Gtli with our Ci annual closing-out sale g of Wash Fabrics. g These include all our g Lawns, White Goods, g etc. g Do not miss this sale. Jgnjjj '2 8 420, 422, 42, 426 7th St. CSS5 SSSS CSSS SSS5 ss gwss esssa O ''.' .X..'i.' '-'. O Yes! You can Get a Bicycle Here on The smallest Monthly pay ments ever Known And We will keep The wheel, The saddle. And the tires In repair for One Year Free! What do you think or that offer? f Doesn't It beat anything you c"--r A heard of? Is it any -wonder that the u factory canuotfeupply us with wheels F last enougtr? You can pet the bell a and lamp nereon credit, Uo; Bicycles from 500 to $100 all colors of r enamel, all heignts- of frame; choice j& of well-known tires. "iour credit is good for Uie Re- P frigerator UieMattmg- a BahvCar- J riage, or a ho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

THIS 3IOHKINa Tj'MTSS SUNDAY, JITEY 4, 1897 i mm 11 in flplil Up Twice ly Footpails "Willi Gsiiig Three blocks. FOKTUNATE 51R. BRTAW. BOBBED OF 3A3I1 AND COFFEE -A War TJefa runout Ciurli Etieoun atTb Two S3t ul IIgUwyaea i.i Quick Sutees.Niou Relieved ol lil Xx.nelJ WirtUr Battening "to Report ,liie Lvrs-ol 211 Xu se. -. .. ,i f. tnmAH.if Tl41 - FouKcedtu uvjtuar'etiiiji4iinn-iiSonue, to2o. 1 nroeniCc station on 1 worm oQ-cei, U flll&UiOi OM Ulaii Utiee ulOcnb.-liUuUl lis o clock las- m.ju;, John lleigcit, up Army veteran una uicrk la ilie War Depart ment, icsiutng ax, ho. -but) 1 .street noith We&t, v.jio Iivij up aim uili bed ice twtiiiu the slain: or a. xiowi electric Jumps and with scores of fcelateu pedtuiaiib upon Umj lu getting away with mmcUung over $40 ana a Ijuiiuic ot exouiHon iickcus, while those who tiiiide tlic second attempt sue- ceeaed in olu-iiig iaj Jang but a botie of coffee, una luib.uu contempt ana angoied at aiimppjuuent, they threw into tiie street. l...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

10 THE MOBOTNGr T1MESM; SUNDAY, JTTLY 4, 189T. FINANCIAL, 'TS'jrw Anything: About Mining J-IIE valu? of a J? 7 s.'ocfc the f relative adr 0 vantage ofactrlain mining a district over another the protreis companies are making their rating,ctc P inact, ichntcver toii wish f to know about mines and a mining, feel free to inquire S of us the knoickdge will be K freely givun. Mining and Mineral Bureau .413 bl Src a.tfA,r. G-.X. &.Q 1333 F STREET N. W. Dealers in United States Bonds. Loans Made on luted stocks and bonds. Stocks, Grain, Cotton. Bought aud 6old for cash, or 3 to 5 per cent margin. Our facilities for dealing In all kinds of securities aud speculative commodities cannot possibly be excelled. They include ample capital and every pos tibie facility that could contribute to the success of an Investor or operator. Vail or send for daily letter. It SSSSGXBS3CDGXi5X gj AMERICAN SECURITY g g AND TRUST CO. g Money to Loan. w This company has money to loan 0 B on listed collateral ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

THE MOKJKTN'G4 TIMES,; JSTTJSDAY, JULY 4, 1897. 51 JJONi 1 TVACS IKH .VXD TO LQA.V. WANTED -A loan of $100, on the beit f.ifiirli.v fnr X nr II JUUllUlfe: WilllUK to paj intense monthly. Address G. U lius ornce Jy5--3t j 54,000 to loan on fiiFtelnKb leaicrtaic. se- cunty at 5 per ccut.no delay. A-.,iv-ASHBUUN, 510 P si - nw. Jy2-3t HONEX TO LOAN A NEW PLAN $10 TO $1,000 TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS.HOESES.CARRIAGES, WAGONS, KTC, without removal from jH.Kesion oT intoier Wo cau offer oa the LOWEST ItAI E8 and EASIEST TERMS. wl.ir-n ivill lffJsJ-Il COht at ilUU- Plcase call Ici full her .uformation. CAPITAL LOAN UUAUAXTEEL'O. JC20-H..O 02 F tt.nw. . ; , . , i 11. K. FULTON Stoanoffice, 121b Pa. ave. nw., money loaneJ on "watchts.diauiondt, 1e29-llli0 OO-i-'fct.UW. Jewelry, bllver wre. etc. uplO-Um LOANS iLaUE u.N APPROVED COLLAT eral, Kien ab life policies, btocks, bonos. builclmg association Bhure.1., bynuicate csr tiricates, etc No delay YERkr-is Jc BAKER. 1110 F r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 July 1897

-e- s1J?&iriffMjaa('C-",' s lii THE MOB KING TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1897. NOT TALKING clothing today. As we Trill be closed ALL DAY tomorrow (July 5th) in order to give our em ployees a chance to fit tingly celebrate Inde pendence Day, but come and see us on Tuesday. We'll be here bright and early to supply any and all summer wearing ap parel needs of the men and boj's. EoMiisoe & Cliery Co. 12 til and F Sts. X. V. All "Warnbles. for All Males. Iye$ City Brevities. TCation Green, colored, struck hla "fife, Tnxie, yc.tef.1ay ami was. fined $10 by Judge "Kimball today. GracieGihnan.alosst girl rivcyearsof age. Tvafiiofamedtuher parents by Stationfceoper 2 L Nauojy.of No. &yustcrdayaftemoun Bepnnratives William Elliott, Waller Eans aud Charles B. Tierce and Mr. Glea JJiHer left for Cape Muj , where the y wUl be guests of tUe btocktoii Hotel. M'. NeUio Beach yesterday instituted clnorce proceeding against lier husband, Howard O. lfcach, alleging desertion, noc EUKiorr and ha...

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