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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

- &,&- u 1 THE MOBNISTG TIMES, FBIDAT, JULY 9, 3 897. THIS GOVERNMENT'S BUT! Senator Berry Says It Should Demand Ona Melton's Release. INTRODUCES A RESOLUTION It Ik Heferred to the Committee on Foreign llelutluus, "Wuere a Good ilany Other Kesolutions Lie' Hurled Appropriation Passed for Ford Theater Victims. An incident in tlie Senate proceedings yesterday indicates that as the hour for the dlbsolution of tlie extra Eesslou ap proaches the chanees diminish for any change In the attitude of this Government toward Spain. "When the Senate passeu a resolution recognizing the belligerency of the Cuban republic it roust have been with the distinct understanding on the part of the Republican manager that the House -would not act; and the House did not act. The passage of the tariff bill by the Senate and the appointment of the com mittee of conference might lead to the Inference that the House could now oc cupy its attention with Cuban arfalrs. There is already before tlie House t...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

THE JKOKNIHCfc TI3H3S, JFKIDAX, JULY i), 1897. X. GItmctf tKORHTHG. EVEKTSG ASD SUNDAY.) IHEWASHIHGTQN TIMES COMPMY, STILSCH BUTCHIKS, President. HUTCHJNS BUILDING. Sew T8rk Offlcj: 2000 Tract Bulldlnjr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 3l03TUz.r, bv CAmt ek j Morning, Evening ami Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday,. .,.,.Thirty-uvo Cents Evening and Sunday .Thirtr-flvo Cents BY MAIL. One Year.Mornlng, Evening and Sunday, CO SjxJIcntu. " " " aco Three Months. " " 1.75 One Year. Morning and Sunday.,., 4.C0 Six Months " " ' .V5 Tareo Months. " " 1,25 One Year. Evening and Sunday.,.. ,..,..,.U0 Six Months, " M 2.24 Three 31 omhs. " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year 1.00 Orders by icail must be accompanied by sub. ecriptioji pi Ico. Teki'JJONKS: EJitorlal Ttooms, US ; Bus!. sees Ofliw, 1640. Circulation Statement. Tiw circulation cTiix. Times for Hie vctk ended Saturday, July 3, 3OT, was as fclicvcs: fvnCay, June 27 23.874 XovCay. June 23 40,003 Tuesday, June 20 40,755 Wednesday, June SO 40,034 Th...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

the. McmumGk Ti3ass; fcida july 9,. is&7 ir 3, nnslmrrli & Bro. g S A Special Sale & I I Corsets - a a ff f Fer Today atftcl Tomorrow g, s, g As the Corset Is essential to g lb-comfort as well' as to the g general appearance,, -we offer a Jf Hie followlngr standard makes 8 at gjeatlir reduced prices to w H enable those ladies who have a r been wearing- an Ill-fitting: t corset to purchase asatlsfac- j tory- one for a. mere, trifle. g ? lot Xo. 1. 3 S The "W. B. NTona-' gr S- Otir exclusive- make, a S Regular price,. S1- Special price, 79c & nt Xo. 2 61 8 The "Sortnette An- nise" Corset, also o made exclusively for $ us. Regular price, 75c; g Specfal prfce, 59c. si Iot Xn, 3. The $1 R- &C. Cor set During this sale, 49c s 15 8- IS I I 11 A strong: net corset, the regular price of which Is 50c, and good value at that, but to cap the climax of this sale you can buy them for .... 29c (1 All of the above mates have extra a Q long- -waists and the sizes are conv plete. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 31 D 7Ui St. Mr. W. E. Shekells, late of Godfrey, Moore & Co., is now with us. Lr5555fc - "" Come buy. a Bicycle Suit while it can be had for a song-. If you have one buy an other, as it will be good this fall. If you haven't one buy one. If you don't" ride buy one anyhow for moun tain or seashore. Awfully comfortable for lounging and long walks. A big table is piled with Bicjxle and Golf Suits, with and without cuffs, which were $10, $12 and $15 mostly large sizes all to go at $3. 75-and $5. Bicycle Pants, in all-wool mixtures, which were $1.50 to $4, are -now $1 to $2. PARKER, BRIDGET & GO. Clothiers, 31 5 7th St. Make Him Take You to Schneider's Free Crab Feists at the Navy Yard Exchange. Hundreds ot ladies go there every night. L. &. R. ROUTE. -117 NINTH. Don't linker with your wheel "You are liable to throw some deli cate mechanism out ol gear. Our men are experts. GEORGE L. HALEY.; Jolt'i 1'. Murphy, .Man ager, 003 E street. ss...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

v. THE MOBNING TIMES, "MlDAT-V JUIY 9t 18ST. MONEY WAXTI51 AJ'D TO LOAN. ione: TO LOAN A NEW FLAN 510 TO 91,000 TO LOAN OK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS.HORSES.CARR1AGES, WAGONS, J5T0., without removal rrom possession of otHicr We can orrer you the LOWEST BATES and EASIEST TEUMS. No delay; you will lccelve the money within a lew houits after making applica tion for It. Payments on tie fr.wiiiil, of any amount, will be received at any time, which will lew-en cost or Juan. 1'Iease call lor further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARAN'I EECO., 3e29-lmo M? -t--nw. H. K. FULTON'S loanoOlce, 1218 1'a. ave. nw.,monevloane ou watcbts, diamonds, jewelry, bilver ware, etc. aplo-bin LOANS MAuE O.N APPROVED COLLA'X eral, each as lire policies, stocks, Umue, building association ehuieb, byuuicate cr tiricaies, etc. No delay YEuKEs. A BAKER, 1110 F et. Tate elevator, u LOA.Nis .-wV,-!-. O-N F I. lt. -.U1U5, IlOHSr-S, KTC. Loans madeou Furniture, Pianos. Horses, Wagoab, etc.. at lowest rates and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

THE MORNING. TIDIES, IFJEIDAX, JULY 9, 1897. CRASH SUITS. Pienty of tliem 'here, but only the good bort Good quality crah; well cut, well made and perfect fi ting. All sizvs in both AVool and Linen Crash. Those ZEPHYR -WEIGHT SERGES of ours are the coolest dress suit and most desirable summer garments you ever saw. All sizts in Blue, Black, Brown or Graj'. Specially attractive line of Negligee Shins. Some good ones as low as 75c. Others at 1, $1.50 and $2. All new styles and colors. EoMuson & Olieijr Co., 12th ami F Sts. X. V. Clothes Fnrn shine. Ilnl. Shoes k&U&i City Brevities. Tim rrcsldent has re-eiiinilioiied J ! O'Counell, or the Bureau ot otatbucs, a notary public, Nancy Hanks was. yesterday appointed cook at the Washington Asylum at $120 per annum, vice Louisa Taskcr. Private H. C. Wnimcll, ot the police force, was yesterday retired upon a pen sion of $50 a mouth, to be paid from tle police fund. The Commissioners yesterday appor tloned 75 rrom the policemen's re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 July 1897

r ftrwittwa of TH2 TIHE3 Testardaj WAS WEATHER PRtHLB&miS. For the Iltrfct f Columbia, fair; tttu Continued toph hnrjttr wfcb ptm- peat of thunder-storma Saturday arter jioop or night; southerly win On, becoming northwesterly. COPIES. TVASIELN"GrT02ir, SATURDAY MORsTING, JULY 10, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. jTO. 1,20S. 02ntE GENT. 80b c i- 40, ' DMKJITBE TARIFF House and Senate Conferees at Work ou Bargains. A HARD STRUGGLE PROBABLE The Opposing Denier. In Varied As Hortincuts o Taxation, Being lu , the "Beginning o the Fray, Are jJu a Vietori-jr-Deatliilond Spirit "of Compromise Expected Later. ' The flist full day's conference on the part of the managers of the tariff bill for thcjtwo houses resulted In nothing, so rai as any of the contested paragraphs in tbo bill are concerned. As a matter or Tact, none of the.se matters has been touched upon save in casual conversation. Discuss-' Ins the subject eaily in the day, the Ken ate confeices took the ground that the bill as passed by the Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 July 1897

2 THE BrOHETINXa TIMES, SATURDAY, JITLY 10, 1897. AS TO MWNMHD GOBI Foreign Relalioiis Committee Dis cuss Many Grave Matters. SENATOR BERRY'S RESOLUTION It Very rossiblo Thtit It "Will "Be Favorably Neported to the Senate on "Wednesday Senator -Morgan Dues 2ot Fear .Japanese lnterlerence "With Hawaii. The Foreign Relations Committee held two nitcriuss yesterday, In themornlngaud afternoon, and. although it was not agreed Uj roport any matter to the Senate, three ufaU.ers of the gravest importance were dltseoftseil That no rcportb "Were agreed on "WHs because it was desired to have a fidlcr representation of the committee, al thvHKll a quorum wab present oa both oc casions yesterday. The Uiree matters dlrcuwed were the Huwatian treaty, the Morsan hill for per fuoUug 'lie treaty, and the resolution re cently introduced Dy Mr. Berry. It is not unlikely that the Berry reso lution will lr reported ir. orably on Wed nesday next This resolution. It will be rettilled. demands the release of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 July 1897

THE MOENI TIMES, gATUJRDAT, JULY 10, 1897. ROBERT AMMANN, SR. ASK FOR A BBEATHING SPOT 621 Pa. Ave. Columbia Heights' Citizens Peti tion for a Public Part. Per visit Is our only charge, all MEDICINES AND SERVICES In ONE DOLLAR fetS) ' ' ctj The Father Tells of the Cure of Himself and Son : Jacob Kerper's Interesting Story of His Deaf ness and Its Cure Doctor McCoy Makes the Uniform Rate of S3 a Month for the Summer. Father Cured :of Catarrh, . Son Cured of Deafness. Kobert Ammnnn, lOOX F St. ne. (Mr. Anuuann Tor many years lmtl charge of tlie Uale School, and is very well known in the nortlicabt): "Doctors McCoy ana Cuwtlen liave restored the Hearing or my son, -wti'jbe right csr -wits totally dear: and liave albo cured me or very serious Catarrli or due Tiiroat. The Sou'tj CiihC. "jily son, Robert, 3r., when nine years of age, had an attack or the Meases; alter recovering, his right car ached nud dis- f Si N- III "Doctors McCoy and Cowden have restored tho lienrlnjr of my son Ilobe...

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

- tpftCT,JP3"'ESPlSf,S-'? IttCjtf (MORUHfG, EVEITIITG AST) STJKDAY.) BY HE WASHINGTON MMES COMPJfflY, TILSOKUICEIirs, President. KUTCIUNS BUILDING. 'Jfew York Office: 2000 Tract Buildine. SUBSCRIPTION BATEa ;iIosfirr.Y, bt Caxetee : Morning, Evening and Sunday Fifty Cents Uomingaud Sunday .Tiilrty-fivo Cents Evening and Sunday ......Thlrty-livo Cents BY MAIL. OnoYear.Mornlng, Evening and Sunday, S3.50 SixMontus " " " " aw Three Months, " " " 1.75 One Year, Moraine and Sunday .4.00 lx Months. ' " - JZja ThreeMonths, " u ............1.23 OnoTear, Evening and Sunday 4.W .Six Months, ' id Three Mouths, " ' 1.25 6unda3' only, ono year 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Tirinoxns: Editorial Booms, 4SS; .Busi ness OlBcc, 1GI0. Circulation. Statement. The circulation of The Times for the xztck ended Saturday, July 3, 18D7, 'xas as fcuoirs: vnday, June 27 .23,874 Moncay. June 23 40,008 Tvetday, June 29..-. . . .. 40,755 ' TVc dnci day, June SO.. 40,094 Thursday, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 July 1897

TELE MOlUTISTGr TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 3,0, 1897 IN" W. kass? a r.nui1)ui's:1i & J5ro. Only lor Today Will These Prices 3 8 Hold Good. Children's Plain Mus lin Drawers, from t to 1 0 years . . 12Kc 61 (9 Ladies' High or Low Neck Corset Covers, felled seams, perfect fitting 12Kc Cambric Corset Cov ers, made V neck, trimmed with Ham burg embroidery . 23c One lot of Cambric and Muslin Night Dresses, made square or round yokes, Empire or V neck, trimmed with embroidery, 56 inches long . . . 71c g Our store -at ill be open tin- g g 0:30 tonight, so y tt mil g g have lots of hours in which g to do your shopping. Q . " 0 a 0 8 ! 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. CSBS SS5SCSS5S9 SSS3B5S3SS5S RISENMANN'S. The builders have taken charge. The extensive alterations to ' our utore Jiave began. Tuesg builder, curpeater and brick-g layer are in porehsion, with i all the consequent duc and ! dirt, Instead of having the : stock spoilt -we'll neil it far below coat. Here are some 5 exu tuples of the sacr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 July 1897

6 THE MOBNI3SG TIMJCS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 3 89T. 9 nmHmmm!mmmmwm??mmmmmmmm?mmHmmmmmfmnrmnjmi B UY A DOZEN SUITS'! Here goes for a grand windup of the Boys' Clothing 3 department today. Heretofore we have restricted buyers - 3 to one suit. -Today we will let you buy a dozen. Many will 3 when they lies, g Boys' $5, $6, $7 and dj q H $8 "Duplex" Suits, K " These are Boys' Fine All-wool Suits, in novelty mix tures, and, as indicated by the name, "Duplex," h-j KA are "two styles in one." Sizes 3 to S years. 1 11 Were $5, S6, 7 and 8. Choice i7XvJ Boys' Suits, Balance of various lots breasted Suits, sizes 3 to 16 years. Some suits in the lot -were 4. The' comprise black and navy blue cheviots and mixtures. Choice Boys' $3 to $6 Suits, $1.50 Boj-s' All-wool Knee Pants Suits, in s'zes 5 to 12 years, attractive mixed effects and as suitable for early f. Cf A fall as for'present wear. Some were as high as I I $6. Choice PIWV PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Leading Clothiers, 315 7th St. uuiuiuiiuu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 July 1897

THE MOISTING TIJfciES, SATURDAY, JUIiT 10, 1897. JdONP.Y WAXTED AND TO LOAN. HONEY TO LOAN- A NJW FLAN 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGAN'S.HORSES.CAURlAG ES, WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession of owner We can offer you the LOWEST RATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will iceelve the money wiihiu a lev,- houihnrter making applica tion for It. Payments on the piinciinl, of any amount, will be iccelved at any time, wlnca v.-ill lessen cost or loan. Please call for furtlier information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARAN'FEE CO.. je2y-liuo 002 F st. nw. U.K. PULTON'S loanomce. 1218 Pa. ave. uw ,moneyloaned on watches, diamonds, jewcliy, silver ware, etc. aplO-Om LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT- eral, tuoli us life policies, stocks, bonds, building associatlo- shares, syndicate cer- fino-HP. ir. Nn dflav YERKE3 .V BAKER. XI 10 F fct. Take elevator. tf LUAZvS J.VJ ON PCl-NlTCRE, HORSES, KTC. LomismaJeonFurniture, Pianos. Hoises, Wagon!, rtc.. at lowest rales and quic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 July 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SATUKDAT, JULY 10, 189T. .8 SEASONABLE GARMENTS for this weather are Sergro Suittj. "Wool Crali SultK. J.lncn Crash SuitK. Skeleton Tweed 'Suits ' l'onjreu ContH. '' jVe rancher CoatH. Alpaca Coats, ilk Coats. Sers;e Couts. Cnihli Trousers. Duek Troniers. Straw Huts. "" CnavnH Slioes. Gauze "Unrtorw-ear-"egligee Shirts. ' All of which you will find here in newest styles and patterns. Proper qualities, properly priced. i . ( Eotoiison & Oliery Co., 12tli and F Sts. X. W. CloMics. rurn'sliings. Hat. Sliors City Brevities. The Commissioners yesterday approve"! the appointment, June 1G. 1897, or Samuel S. iPaikman as ugpnt of the Loard of children's guardiansat $1,200 a year. inspector Holitnberger ha 'Ccn asked iby Uie Pifiuf ot police at UriRa, N- V. to 'ofc out for Fred- A. Scripture, who dis appeared from ids home several days ago- ir. Hannah Bannister, bixty-six yiuvn of ffep residing at No lull ro.iilceiith fitroci bouthenst, fell from a Capital Trac tion ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

Xlie clrcnlwtfon 0 The Tiniei ye , tcriltty was VEiTHTR PE0B1BIL1TES. 40,380 Copies. For the District of Columbia, Mary land anfl YInrinla. showcra arc probable-; 4 Dally nrcrnsu lnt -week, ' 39,361 Copies. ! high temperature Sunday morning, Copier Jj !..., , uftitit JnO. 1,209. PBOfiHESSOFTHE SHE Plans of the Leaders to Shut Off the West Virginia Output. HOLDING BACK THE LAST CARD As n Lat IlChurt the Itailruwl Men Will He Allied to UiUiv to Handle the Non-Union Coal-Rntehford lrediai TUut Yluturj-" Will Be Won iu Ten Days. f Pittsburg, July 10 .-Aspcdul meeting of the district executive board was held to day In the local Headquarters. The miners' leaden are pi waring for aggressive acUon. They arc retting in shape to move against the mines that are still In opeinttoii. The New 1'ork and Cleveland Company, it :t tid, will be given particular aUention. Jt is not known How many organizer .Till be tent, but it lb estimated that at least bix men from each national body lepre bintcd at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

2 THE MOKNTETGr TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1897. IIEFDR1HEFDURDUIES Report That the Howard Man sion Has Hceii Secured. KEIGHCOHS LIKELY TO OBJECT Iiepumtlon of ilio NultoOOlnldng; JJmUch l'rueeden Them to Their Iiu.-iieetivo v Asylum lnter--views "With Holdout Itiillvutu ft Cold Yvelemne for the "Wnlfn. The objections to the "Wuhhlugtou Hos pital for FoHHdHugs by.Uio residents in ,,us immediate nclphborliood 1ms. within lhc last Tow day, given rise to a ruiiior .-to the effect that that institution would . bo return od to some olttur beetlon of the caiy, -oHehere reniutc from dwelling li.iuL5,nd oonfeuiniently not n 'nuisance'' - in the netgutwrliood. last following this, rumor came thcie port yoaterday that, with Mils end in liew.a. "dual was already on," aud would in all probability be insunitnuted within tiie next Tew days. The new home to Wblah It is desired to transfer all thy little ones and their attendants now at the Fifteenth fitrees nospltal is the How ard mansion, at the cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

3 v f :2S2 ' ;y,-;' iff'.. t" "" jiH!i "... "JJfc Tremendous Bicycle Bargain Sale! Tomorrow morning we start the most wonderful sale of the season. We have, just received a consignment of 350 THE MOBNIK& TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1897. 1" EjgH 1 1 .."-" Highgrade Wheels, which we are enabled to sell at the extraordinary price of $30. They are not the product of a bankrupt firm, but the closing out of the '97 Wheels of a reliable manufacturer. A printed guarantee is given with each and every one. One look at them will convince you of what a magnificent opportunity this is. Make up your mind to come and bespeak one right quick, because they will all be gone in a very, very few days. If you 0,7'e any king of an expert you will see at once that it is a splendid wheel Flush joints, internal seal post fastener "D" tubing one-piece cranks and crank axle detachable sprockets Soger hygienic saddles 22 and 24-inch frames assorted colors of enamel, striped and decorated with gold leaf ladies...

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

PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7tb St. Here summer nothing inonev. is the bottom of prices. There is funny in losing- You can see from these prices that we are not particularly hilarious just now. It is your time to bu' and smile: About ISO Men's Wool Suits. Fome or which were S10 anil Si::. Your pick of them for. SS.OO About 70 AH-wcolSuU,, winch were $10, S12 and $15. Your pick of tlicjn'lor..ffl6.2G About 40 Elegant Biijoeouits. This sprinu's best styles and will be equullv desirable for fall. VVortli10,$12undfclG. Your pick of them lor..S5.00 Here is news about the 'feather-weights. ' ' Having no more of the S3 Crash Linen Suits we have dropped the $4 line to 53.50 Yet this is the height of their sell ug. PARKEMRID6ET&C0, Clothiers, 315 7th St. WE'LL V.' To rido a -wheel per fectly and give you as many lessons aa you want for $1.30. GEO. L. BALEY. JOHN P. MUtvPHT, Mgr., 603 K SI. N. W. I .JESEH HORN INN Is the place to be cool in. ' is n liarmin ride out past broo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

l An Open Letter to i I Senators and t I Representatives. j a Before you leave town there arc lots of little $ 4 presents you will want to take to the folks at $ home. Nothing- is more acceptable than Jewelry $ and coming- from the capital city of the nation ? A it will be appreciated twice as much as if bought J j at home. There's something else to be cousid- 5 2 ered 4 25 to 33 1-3 can be saved 0 by making your Jewelry purchases here. "We f offer 3'ou the largest and very best collection of Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry to select from a 5 that can be found in the country, and we quote j 0 you prices that are, as we said, 25 to 333 per $ 1 cent less than the prevailing figures about the 0 country. p We guarantee everything we sell. Every K sale is backed up by the cast-iron guarantee of a ? f house that has been in business over fifty 3'ears. a 4 If you wish it we will be pleased to open an ac- $ count with you for any bill of goods 3rou may 4 desire. Casteiberg's Nat'l Jewelry Co....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

6 THJ3 MORNIHCf TIMES, .SUNDAY, JULY 11, 189T. - tSimts IMOEKDIG. XVETHSG AHD S05DAY.) BV TIE WASHINGTON MES GOMPM, ETILSOIT EuTCEXKS, President. UUTCHJNS BUILDING. Eew York Office: 2000 Tract Building SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Monthly, bv cakk eu : Morning, Evening and Sunday. .Fifty Cents Morning and Suuilay...... .Thirty-five ConU Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year.Morning, Evening and Sunday, Si 50 SixMontUs ' " 3.00 Three Mouths, " 773 One Year, Morning and Sunday......... ...-UK) Sir Mouth. " " 5 Three Months. " " " 1.23 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.10 SixMontbs, " " .2.23 Three Months. " " 1.25 Sunday only, one ytar l.OO Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub scription price. TELni'HO-ES: Editorial Rooms, -ISC ; Busi ness Office, 1G10. Circulation Statement. The circulation oTiie Times for the tree!: ended Saturday. July 10, 1897, toas as f&uOKB: trrnday, Jtily 4 24,408 Monday. July 5 35,410 . Tvctday, JulyC 39,270 Wcdnctday, July!. 39,090 Thvn day, Jul...

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