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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

pe MUD) BY THE ill The Funeral of Senator Harris in the Senate Chamber. THE PRESIDENT ATTENDS ilerubers u the House, Diplomats uad Cabinet Officers Prient at the Ceremonies Beautiful Floral Tribute Tins. Departure ot tUa Eeiuciua and Funeral EMrty. f The funeral ncniccs over Uie body ot tho late Senator Harris -were held yes terday afternoon, in the Senate chamber, and "were signahed by mast atlructho Mirroundlnga and must impressive cere monies The Ifite distinguished Senator, from Tennessee bad been for so long a part and parcel ot the. legislation of the 2)ntnct, tb.it be was regarded unii crsully as a friend of Washington, and it was not surprising- tbat tlic honors paid to bun Voteicray were equally formal and affectionate in character. Tlic deatb ot Mr. Harris wa looked upon as aa event of equal national and local importance. The tegard in winch lie was held m this community was agreeably ex.prero'd in the large attendance of citizens ,it the funeral and- at the bier, wher-on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

THE MOBNI-fiTG T1ME.& SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1897. -Lansburjrli & Bro. g You Save 50c. TlirS WRAPPER 2JOW $1.4S. Si it & s w 6? o n 13 2 JJ O & s Li U g 8 8 8 beautiful Made up In patterns of navy blue and k, u black batiste lawn, in g S stripes and figures, lined a g yoke, watceau oacK. iuw w 45 front from yoke, with g S wide ruffle over shoul- q g ders, finished with two rows of white braid, giv- g p ing it a neat and stylish g ? nffoof noiu srvl sleeve, a .CC l. ... nl-iiln ol nmfa 43 eiieea; ntsw syio oig-i v g turn-over collar, and tour i yards wide skirt, fifty- g a nine Inches long, with a 52 deeo hem. AU sizes in deep hem. V7 stock. Regular price, SI. 98. Now $1.4S. CHILDREN'S SUITS REDUCED FROM g S3.43, $2.48 and $1.68 gTO :yoc.i We have a few Galatea g tf suits to fit children from 8 g g to 14 years. They are lasi g year's styles, but very '2 serviceable and showy. To Si rinse them out in a hurry 8 have put the knife in them u S deep- g k oSc. will b2 tomorrow's ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

K y roiTA l A Ify.Sp e GlfiL WITH I DUAL BBtll The Parts Act Independently, Yet Simultaneously. SUFFERING WITH HYSTERIA Mental Disorder of a Young Patient in a New York Hospital of 3Iueli Interest to Scientists. See "With One -Mind, but 1b Unconscious "IVitli tlie Otlier. Binghamton, N. Y., JulylO. Among the patients of tiie IHnghamton State Hospital is a pietty young girl, thirteen jears old, who "when brought there several months ago, wag suffering from acute hysteria. Br. William A. White, of the hospital staff, has been performing some remarkable ex periment with the girl, demonstrating the dual condition of the mind and the ex istence of a subconscious mental state. "When the child first arrived at the hos pital ihe could not see outot the left eye. Dr. White has proved that this eye Ugcs se. although the child is unconscious of the fact. The patient while in one mental state knows absolutely nothing of what happened while in the other. Thedoitor experimented with the girl yest...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

10 THE MOKETING T1ME$,; SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1897 FTXANCLIL. esessexosseesssessxSiXEGXEa ftsslicaBF a Braflsffeef oil rati eg at pres ent as well a in 4n tinct rtf Tint i HHBsaDilffiiiiDg.sbiBps 1 g -y m iho country. And rli ihis is 6? gratis. ve have every facility, re- ports, quotations and gossip or every g ln.ne of a-y importance In ths United Jg States. 1 708 14th St.) Frr. 1 gb3S3SS3033EEXiX3333S3 gfen & CO- Brokers and Dealers, Stocks, Cotta, Grain and Provisions, Rooms 10 ani 11 Corcoran Bullila;, Corner lath and F streets, and 00 i Tth, si ut The National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Company Ofthe Districtof Columbia CORNER 15TU ST. AND NEW TORKAVE. Chartered toy special ace of Congress, Js.n., 1BU7. and acta of Oct.. 160U, an.) eb., 1692. Capita!, One Million Dollars. 3SS2SeSXSS33SG3S3Sg AMERICAN SECURITY 1 AND TRUST CO. g Money to Loan. I This company lias money to loan on listed collateral securities at lowest rate or interest. O. J. BELL, President g gX3BSSSSSSSe(DGS...

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

THE MOB XING TIKES,!: SH DAY, JULY 11, 1897. CtcjTT 1 11 "MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. MONEY. TO LOAN A NEW FLAN 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ' - ORGANS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession or owner "WV can orrc-r ou t ho LOWEST RATES and EASIEST TERMS. o delay, vou will lecclvc Hie money within a lew'houib after makinB applica tion for It I'awients on 11. e punclial. or any amount, will I c jecelvcil at any time, widen will lessen cost of loan. Please call for further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. 3e2a-lmo 002 F bt. nw. U. K. r'LLTOS S loanofricO, 1'-1B Pa. ave. n w ., mono y loaned on w atcbfcs, diamond:-, jewelry, aiiver ware, etc- "y'-"""' . LOANS AlAuE ON APPROVED COLLAT cral, eucn as life policies, btocks, bonds, building aiociatioj shaies, syndicate cer tificates, etc. No uelay YLRkLb & BAKER. 1110 F Et Take elevator. tf LUA-NS jllAUx. ON FuiiAllUTiE, HOUSES, ETC. Loans madeon Furniture, Piano. Horses, Wagons, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

12 THE MOENItf Gr TIMES, SUKDArTf, JUJLT 11, 1897 Everything Proper and seasonable in summer wearables for Men aud Boys is here. Best qualities onl' of Serge, Crash, Skeleton, Tweed Suits, Thin Coats in Pongee, Seersucker, Mohair, Drai d'ete, Alpaca, etc. Crash and Duck Trousers, "While and Fancj Vests, and all other thin apparel in best qualities at lowest prices. Special values in Furnishings. $1.25 and $1 Negligee Shirts, TSc. Odds and ends In Underwear at cost or less. Ladies' Belts, $1 quality, 50c. Ladies Shirt Waists, $4 aud $3 val ues, to close, $i. Big line of lig-bt-wdg-ht Sweaters and Golf Hose, all colors and combi nations, porular prices. EoMnson & Chery Co., 12th and P Sts. T. W. Clollics ruin filings. Unit.. Shoes. Citv Brevities. Pumps are reported out ot order by Lteot. Teepie ar Tenth aud N rtre!ls, Now Jem-y avenue and Pierce street, ant! cor ner til Tlmd and L streets, all uortliwost Edwnnl Childer-, sixty-mc yeai.-, of age. reading at No. COS Tweurs-rifUi wr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

fflhe I" wimw & J tkmts -Passs U to (D I , I WASHIGTOlSr, STOTDAX MORNING-, JULY U, 1897. nilT nr TiYU'NEDC can liuvo our hlioofs m il'otl to thorn to niiy UUI-Ur-lU WilnKO nont-oillee lu (lie Uiillid StalM. L Another Busy I SHOE WEEK! g J2 Our sales in July so far have been far in excess of those of any foi like period, and the reason must be very plain to every well-posted Our sales in July so far have been far in excess of those of any like period, and the reason must be very plain to every well-posted shoe shopper. We have a far more complete variety of Summer Shoes than can be found anywhere else in town, and the special prices we are quoting1 from day to day are much less than what others are selling similar grades at. " .. . i - . nu. Here Are Some Specials Co) - - $1 .OO Oxford Ties. Ladies' Dongola and UroWn Kill, Common bcnsoor Com Tecs. MisscV Spring Heel Chocolate or Black Kid (9 $1 .50 Russet Boots. Misses' Laced Spnng Heel, Ladies' Heeled Laced; Or llrown Vicl Kid....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

14 THE MORNISTGr TIMJ3S, SUNDAY, JULY 11. 3 897. ? jjs ess-aco rtesaas Bteaferirib. A AAA yW'&MiMBi ftNWSVi AAA XI u - r "JOSIAH ALLEN'S WIFE." ilis-, Marietta Holly Paid $GO,000 for Her Boohb. Now Tort. July 8. Dopite tlic popular fallacy that women are wautingin humor, one of, it not the best, paid laugh-makers in the United States, is "Josiah Allen's Wife." More copies of "Snmantha at Saratoga" have been sold than of any single v.ork of Mark Twain's. Almost a quarter of a century has. pa-ed .since "My Opinions and Betty BobtatV evoked the unrt.li of the American public and founded tlie literary fortune of itt, author, Miss MaueUn Holly. "VVotnana rights wan not popular in the early avenue.. Nevertheless "Jovtah Al len Wile'' put her shoulder blade to the I wweei, uie great lumni iicui . tuu on slowly, drasvin the F email llace into JAberty." In Ure homely humor, the caustic wit HB titT? i i ll' - of 4-a.niHllll'B, ai!' tlie vlae-dttigms rhapsodies of Betsy Uobbit (who is not ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

THE atORJSTIJTO TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY ,11, 1897. 15 The Woman SUMMER RECREATION. Dow to Dress lor the Tennis Court. A Model Goavu. New York, July 10. A tennis tlress Is A hard thins to achieve. Its require ments are more complicated than thuse ot the bicycle dress, or golf gown The two newer sports, which have divided the popularity of tennis, demand toilets hacred to themselves alone One gets ready lor the wheel or the Hnks as one gets ready for surf bathing. And the siugle-minded-ness of the efrort Is as obvious. But tennis is not single-minded or, with the majority of Its devotees, berious minded. It has not uniformed itself. It hardly has labeled it-f-cir. it is as much ci it tut. Us matches ami Its championships are as absorbing, but they beize upon a smaller proportion of its adheiculb. Hie a-veiage gnl who likes tennis likeb afternoon tea and, not im possibly, takes to the two things in the fcaine toilet. It is required ot the tennlb frock that it belong to the summer; that it ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

16 .THJE jtfOUNTNG XIMES, .SUJN'DAT, JUJLT ll, 3 897. THE NEW BRITISH tlllPIHE Real Meaning of tlie Jnbllee Celebration in London. A GREAT COLONIAL SCHEME fEbo 3IoTDing Drumbeat" to Be Fact txna Not Fam-y lithe Clmm fciulaiu Theory 2Iold-, Tlu 15n 3arjTd Privy Council mid the Possible Pnrliuuieut. ' "London, 3une30. Tlie jubilee hnsbeenan ininiessjve spectacle of lojalty and im pesialifim. The colonial ja embus, aud their niflitaiy -guards have been -overwhelmed with attentions andTonilesies at "Win Ism, at Portsmouth, in Londou and wherever they Imve been entertained, Everything fcafi been done to strengthen tlit bonds between Ibe motherland and the circle of Independent nations, confederations and -crown colonies under the Brilisli flag Bj stimulating desire for organic 1 nityjberween England i wr colonial possessions the jubilee has created n at mosphere for imperial federation In stitutions, however, are nt air plants. Thev must le moled In omethlug tnore wibstanual than sentime...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

THE MOR"HTNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 11, .1897. 17 I' W ATHLfFE?S ji "1 UK o.ccJ.nU Ulauii i ...is A1 li" iUiilL-ui, Uuiim aoopt a" -i -a. W - uic iuueu Villi general iuvoi auu C. A C member aie especially ouiapokeu in n luvor. "abe nilc,ifcuiuerciuisiuutfrtf.i, re quires uii cnuauts to couij w uio mark.mu taut e.oepi tf piw a good reason jati!rueioi y to the rwcice, wau may use ms ut&cie U.ui in accopuug or Ueeuiiuig Uio uncu&o oiieted. iiaa rule it it, piouo.-ed to uuopt in liadv and Held cvcutef, especially the formei. ll will da away wim m many names uu n program or men who have no idea or starting, but ror iuiniry aeliinli i cu tout have their names pmiteu. Tue .ulop Uon ot uch a rule would briug uuout klrouger Holds In competition and make each heal and the nuaU interesting and TVttll Contested. It has cropped out that the athletes the Columbia .unleuo Cluit are among lUe comparatively few In thecountrywho have registered under the A. A. U. rule adopted this bpiing "lo a ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

THE MOKSrma TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1S97. 13 PUflE WATER A GREAT NEEQ Mr. Geo. H. Coryell Talks ALout Washington's Supply. HE ADVOCATES FILTRATION Tlio Potomac Defiled From Various Sources Biologically Its Water Is Classed ah "Doubtful" Satid filter Bed uud a New Heservolr "Would Insure Turity aud Plenty. The question of "Washington's water sup ply Is again uppermost In the minds of a number ofpromlnentcltizensand scientists and a move for proper filtration arrange Dents is being talked of. Mr. George II. Coryell, a civil engineer of much experi ence, was seen recently by a Times re porter and interviewed upon the subject. Mr. Coryoll was employed for several years cu the Washington aqueduct tunnel, and since then has devoted much time to the consideration of how our present supply could be improved. In the course of his remarks he said: The most Important question to be con Mdered as to the health of cities aud towns and their sanitary condition should be the securing of an ample s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

the MOBKiira times. Sunday, jtjly ii, 189T. 19 v. 8 Tfye S!p?r';$ Wooing i - lly W. AY. J A COBS. t . n 4M4MNKMMMM4MM 9 They got under way at -I o'docU next Tnortnng. anil woke the cook up to aslstnt 3:30. At 3-35 they woke him again, and at8:60 arnKgedhimfro.it hlsbuuk and tried to arouse lum to a sense of his duty. The cook, with hli- eyea still closed, crawled back again the moment they left limit and though they hail him out twice after that, lie went back in the ame somtinmbullsUo btatc and resumed his slumbers. Brittlesea -was ttiirty miles astern when lie at length awoke and -went on deck, and the sohooner was scudding along under a stiff breeze. 1L was a breeze such us the male loved, and Ids face fell upon the shrinking figure of the cook as it glided softly into the galley. "Cook." he roared, 'come here, you bkttlkiug rascal'. Wherc've you been all this time?" "I've been in trouble, sir," said the cook, humbly; "you'll hardly believe the tiouble I've been In through trying...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 July 1897

20 THE M OKyijNTGr' ' TIM.ES, SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1807. . The third and last novel of George du Maurier will Le regarded by inosi people ae a -"art anti-climax. After the mystical cliiiiin or "Peter luueiHjn, ' ana the say ami tunifcr Houciiilauism of "Unltiv, ' tins rambling, inconsequential, Impossible, In coherent sueooiasn of Flench aim hng'toh le a surprise, and not a, very pleasant one. Them it no originality in the cliaracters, no urt In the construction, the llltstraUoiit. aie eclioes or finiHT work. What is the reason or this lall? lu tho fiist place, Du Mauiler is not and never was a professional novelist. Ho lb n storj -teller who lias lived among novel ist, and not a professional fctoij-tellor at that rather like tloe traveled, tal ented, delightful old eciitlemcn whom one meets some times at clubs, wl.o, if iltlitly handled, j'dd stoics or interesting expe , riences, but very seldom make anvtlui'g out of those experiences lor themselves. Lire to th(-n isinoic intei cftmg t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 July 1897

WEATHER PH0BAB1L1TIES. foe QftttitiE The circulation of The Sunday Times -was 23,869 Copies. Daily average last week, 39,36S Copies. For tbc District or Columbia, showers In the early morning, probably followed by fair Monday evening; cooler, southerly winds, becoming northwesterly. WASniGrTOST, MONDAY MORlSriNGr JULY 12. 1897-SIX PAG-E3. OIsrE CENJT. K. KO. 1,210. 11 BRAVE CM COLONEL Raoul Arango the Idol of the Negro Troops. NEVER DECLINES A FIGHT He Defeats the Forces of Gcti. Moron-The Seat of Active Oper ations Now Transferred From tlie East to the "West Several Engage ments Heportetl. Havana, via Ky West, July 11. Tbc wai that two months ago seemed to be most active In east Cuba has now assumed great importanccintnewest. InHavanaprovlnce and only a few miles from tlie capital, Col. Raoul Arango bad an engagement on Friday evening witb tbe Spanish forces ot Gen. Moron at tbe bills of San Javier Scalera, and after several tours' fightim: Moron retired with tevenlcen killed and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 July 1897

THE MOTXNTira" TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1897. HE MMN SUCCESS Weather Sage Puts on Blankets anil Hurls Ilot Bricks. OIL POURED ON BIS WRATLi ineJts a Hole In tlie Celling Hugs 'Himself Drinks From a Steam ing TtiuKurd Kat Shaving Soup lor Supper "What the Next Doe of "Weather Will He. , Ecstatic -was the Weather Sage last night. He raved as a sane man would not. He was tcaiptrbtuouh in Ms glte. He jelled. He beat His head against the "wall, kicked tlie oeiling, danced till the dust ioe fiom the laijjd aad ilie tack- goi loo-e. He laughed to himself, sliook hands with himself, hugged himself, and sluieked, hhiieked, kluieKed, lia! Ha! Good! Uood! 1 told you ho." Every now and then he -wrapped his blanket tlgiilei lound his f ami uiidsiioveled on nore coal. 1 He Sage iwiled hot bricks at The Times niaa a lie euteied and f-urleked.f.hiieked, bltrfefeed. "Ha! Hal Good! Good! 1 told y u so." ""10 appear to he congratulating your bett," itHHaiUed the iopoiUr,as he dodged uiiMtoor brick. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 July 1897

THE JMOHyESQ TIMES, JVIO N,DjA.T, JPIiY 12, 1897. O - JTOXKV TV'AXTKT) AXT TO "LOA ilONEY lO LOAN , A NEW PLAN 10 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD rUUNlTUUE. PIANOS, ORGAN'S. HOEbES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession or oXtner We can otter ou tlie LOWEST BATES and EASIEST -"SUMS. No delay, jou will iccelve tlie rnonoy witliiu a lew Uoure niter making applica tion for It. Pav meuts on Uie imnclj.nl. of any ninount, will be received at any time, which will lessen cot of loan. 1'lcase call for rurtlier Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO . e29-l no 002 r 6t. uw. U FULTON S loanorfice. 121b ra. ave. w -, money loaned on w atcbe, diauipiics, ev, eli y, bil er ware, eta aplO-bm LUANb MAUL ON UVEOVED COLLAT eral, such asl'fe Mllcles. stocks. bouda. burldlug asoctuUo shares, syndicate cer tificates, etc. No delay YERHEs & BAKER, 1110 F Et. Take elevator. t- LoA.Na ua. ON FUltMXUlfE, iiohsls, inc.. Loans madeoiirurniEure,rinno3. Horse, Wagous, etc . at lowest rate...

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

e TH1C MORNING TjMSS,i 1SLONDAT, JULY 12, 1897. "k?-? imcjs . (MORirnTG. EVEHIffG AND SUNDAY.) BY THE WASBTOTON TIMES COHPMY, STILSOH HUTCHHfS, President. HUTCHJKS BUILDINO. Kew York Offlc:: 2000 Tract Bcildlnjr. SUDRCniPTION RATES. Mostiixv, by CAitn ek : Morning, Evening and Sundav.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday TliIrtjflvo Cents Evening and Sunday ......Thirty-five Cents BY A! AIL. One Yoar.AIorning, Evening and Sunday. $ " 50 SixAlontli', " " " ' 3.C0 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 Olio Year, Morning and Sunday 4.C0 Six Mouth?. " " " ."'i5 Three Afonths. " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday... 4.(0 Six Months, 2.2" Sliree Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one yr&r .".........1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price Tklei-uoshs: Editorial Rooms, -Jtfi; Busi ness Office, IGiO. Circulation Statement. 27.P circulation of The Times for the veck aided Saturday. July 10, 18t'7, vas as folioirs: twdav, July i 24.40S 2!onay. July 5. .35,410 TvcsCay, July 6. 39,270 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 July 1897

THE MOBSmsrO TIMES, JVIOKDAY, JTTIjY 12. 1897. EKSZ&SBSBEBSBEm&mSBSS8L LANSBURGH & BRO. EVERYBODY PLEASED at this immense values liming our "Closing-out Sale" of Wash Fabrics. Hun dreds of patterns to select from yet, our stoe'e leiug the larestand most varied in the citj. AVe will continue the hijr reductions dm injr this vi eelc. July 12 to 19, These Prices Will Prevail 7c Every yard of Red Ground Polka Dot Dimity that sold forl2c, 7c vd. 7c yd Every yard of Black Or gandie, in Plaid, Stripe and Figures, that sold for 15c and 18c yd, 7c yd 7c yd Every yard of Indian Dimity, Rosedalc Org-andie and Lace effects, that sold for 12cyd, 7c yd Romember, tie; prices are for ono -week, commencing today, ending- July 19, and you -would do well to avail yourself of the op portunity while tbe assortment lasts, as every yard of our Wah Goods is included in this sale. 420, 422, 424, 426 E2H2EEHK2ffi2E2EKS5EKSHS rrxAXCiAX.. Lay Aside Money! Spending all Aour earnings now is vcrj apt ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 July 1897

THE MOffNIHQ TIMES. MOBTDA-Y, JULY 12, 1S3T. 4 ., Everything - '...v Proper and seasonable ill summer wearable for Mcuaud Boys' Is here. Best qualities only of Serge, Crash, Skeleton, Tweed Suits, Thin Coals in Pongee, Seersucker, Mohair, Drao d'ete, Alpaca, etc. Crash and Duck Trousers, "White and Fancy Vests, and all other thin apparel in best qualities at lowest prices. Special values In Furnishings. $1.25 and $1 Negligee Shirts, 75c. Odds and ends In Underwear at cost or less. Ladies' Belts, $1 quality, SOc. Ladies' Shirt Vaisis,$4 and 3 val ues, to close, $1. Big: line of light-weight Sweaters and Golf Hose, all colors and combi nations, popular prices. loMnson & Cheiy Co., 12tli autl F Sts. X. V. Clothes. Finn t.liiiiCs. Hate.. Shoes. Our prlcee are tri fling, arm vou may I e sure or gelling a cood wneci- ouLtn.H''u t go wrong. GEO. C. HALEY. JOHN P. MITU'HY, Manager, G03 E t. nw. HORN INN is the place to be cool in. ' . is a harming rule out past Rroo.i.la id "L & R."...

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