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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

THE HOKjqTgTG TIMES, aONMY, JUZY 19, 1397. SI SILLMLOPEE Diverged for the Nonce Into a Paternal Defense. BERATES HIS SOX-IN-LAW The Evnugelist Stands by His Daughter In Her Cross. BUI for Divorce Calls the Complaining Husband a Druulturd unci a Thief. Very Peppery Language. Richmond, July lS.-TUe suitor Stewart 11. Ford for divorce from Ills Wire, who is a daughter or Sam Small, the evangelist, anJ his wife's counter suit have taken on a now inteies-t since the filing of Mrs. Ford's cross bill in equity. This document, although signed by Mrs. Fold's lawyer, Frank E. Audeison, was in reality writ ten by Sam Small, Mrs. Ford's father, Uiin-s-elf, and is in that oiator'smost vehement, not to bay virulent, style. Ford is a ten of A. J . Foul, proprietor of Ford'sllotel here, and of Ford's Lilhia Springs Hotel In the valley or Viiginia. The elder Ford has been, and now is prob ably, hugely iutereaiea in Kentucky stock terms. Mr. A. J.Ford and his wife live apart, having agreed to ttpaiat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

THE MOItflTETQ TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 19, 189T me (HGEMHG, EVEHI5C AID STODAY.) BY THE WASHIffiTOlI TIMES COMPLY, tTILSCH EUTCHIHS, President. KUlCmNS BUILDING Tew Tcrk Office: 2000 Tract Buildinr. sunscnipuox nvrxs. M0NTIII.V. by Cai n cit: Jlornirg, Evening and Sundav.. Fifty Cents Morclng aud Sunday Thirty-flvo Cents Evening aud Sunday Thirty-live Cents BY MAIL. One Yesr.Morulng, Evening and Sunday, S3 50 Blx Month. " " 3.00 Thrc Months, " " " - j.73 One Tear. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six. Months, " " " ;.25 Three Months, " ' 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday (0 Six Months, 23 Three Months, " " " 12.5 Sunday onlj, 0110 year 1 CO Orders by mail luust be accompanied by sub scription prico TELrrnoxi: Editorial Iiooins, 4t6; Busi ness Oifice, 1C10 Circulation Statement. 27 r circulation of Tim Trains for the veeh aitled Saturday July 17, 1S97. wo as fcuovx Evrday, July 11 25.8G9 liDnCay. July 12. 39.00S Tvrsiay, July 13 40,133 11 'fdnetday, July 14 40,471 Thursday, July IS 40 351 Friday,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, MO N" D AT, JTJKST 19, 1397. y . . Lausburgb. & Bro. SOW, LADIES, HEBE IS YOUR CHANCE, j For we have placed on sale today one lot of $148, 81.25 and $1 Lawn Wrap- $ I, persfor69c. f5 These Wrappers are made tight fitting, of fine quality lawn, in beautiful designs of light blue, pink and green, also the dark effects; princess back, full front from yoke, with wide girdle; mandolin sleeves, neat collar, stylishly trimmed with braid; skirt full width and length, with deep hem. Sizes, 32 to 46. Special price, C9c. Now, don't stop at buying: one "buy several. These always come in handy, but jou never will get such an opportunity again. 1 JwJnMio( I t I 2 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. FANCY HARD WOOD SCREEN DOORS Any size, $1.10. Imitation Walnut, 60c Brooklyn Gas Range, 85 put up. 2-Hole Gas Stove, SL Gas Stove Oven, double lined, 81. Mason's Fruit Jars, 50c per doz. Lightning: Fruit Jars, lOc each. HOPKINS, 436 9th St. Bet. D and E Sts GREAT SUMMER SALE Or Suits, Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

6 THE MOEmGTIMES, MONDAY, JULY 19, 3 897. Are we busy ? Well we should smile! Saturday was the biggest day ever recorded in the house, and buyers admit that it seems a crying shame to sell such fine clothing so ridicu lously low, but are snapping them up just the same. "Why shouldn't the other clothiers stop doing any business for a while ? The public cannot be blamed for spending its money where they can get the most for it, Bven the merchants admit (if 3rou can read between the lines in their ads) that we have them on the "hip." We have marked the stock at exactly one-half the price the Conti nental asked, and the figures are still on the suits. Their $10 Suits are $8.00 Their $12 Salts are $6.00 Their $20 Snits are $10.00 We had to pay casli for this stock, so are compelled to ask cash. You ought not object to this, and won't when you see the values being offered. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO. Straightforward Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. The Best Bicycle Bargain of the Year SPALDIN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

THE HOUSING TIJUES, 7t01srDAY, JULY 19, 1897. WONKY WANTED AND IP LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN A NEW FLAN $10 XO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, ORGANS. HORSES.CAKRIAUE3. WAGONS. ETC., without removal from possession of otvner We can ofler nu MieLOWEST KATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you wai iccclvo tlie money w-ruiin a lew lioms nrier making applica tion for It. Payments en the puncii nl. nl any amount, will lie iccclved at any time, winch will lessen ctt of lean. Please call for luillier information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. 3C29-1 mo 002 F fct. nw. HONEY WANTED I want to borrov Ti i . rmnt -cr. tyi .vr.ii t.i notable unities; Money advanced on bicycles. Room , Central Building, cor. Olh audFa.jne. uw. 3yLi-t U.K. FULTON'S loanorfice.lSlbFa. ave. -y , money loaned on vatcbts. diamonds, 3 ry, bllver ware, etc uplU-Oin LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT eral, each as life policies., stocks, bondo. umluiug aKoUatio.i thaies. kyuuicate csr tUicaies. etc. No delay YLRKEb & l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 July 1897

THE MOKNINGr TIMES MONDAY, JULY 19, 1897. '" Summer Clearance sale of Shoes. 20 PER CENT. OFF the price of every pair of shoes in the store. Not a pair reserved. All the men's shoes all the boys' shoes all calf, patent calf, russet and canvas at 20 per cent, off of reg ular prices. Some small lots of broken sizes which sold lor 6, $5, $4 and S3. So. To close, S1 .90 per pair. loMnson & Otoy Co., 12th and F Sts. N. W. Clollit-A li'uriiixliitiK"' !! Mine City Brevities. Gttlcr George Nauck, o the Eighth j)raciiw.t. iiaa returned to duty from a vacation, trip of ten days. U G Sulci- reported to the police the loss of a Searchlight bicycle lamp, stolen from the Joyce Lithographic Company office. There will be no evening 6 o'clock cer vices at elthei Gunton-Templ Church or Grace M. E. Church during August ami ficpteilbei. Policemen Jctt, Hcwter, Hcs ami Ros well, of tlie Eighth precinot, nie en leave, jin'J Sergt. lltaibisoii ami Oriicer Yelttn, il the same precinct, are on the tick ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

T3t Snsfaftta irf TM HMI5 YisSirdaj 1 WElrEB. PBAHLrnES. For aQ fHttrUA T Columbia, Mary load awl Vfttyfals,ttmBder showers; toUtJi I oariarty wind. If ai - i i 1 jro. 1,21?. "WAsnisraTOJS-, Tuesday mokning-, julx 20, 1897 eight pages. 0213 CEiST. He mimt& y COVERS SUGAR THUSTS BIS STEAL The Conference Schedule Gives It More Than Was Asked. HOUSE CONFEREES BUNCOED An Expert Analysis of tlie Sugar ' Schedule Shows It to He Britulul of Protection lo the Trust Mil lions In Profit if the Sehedulo jIk Adopted. Tlie sugar scucdBle of tlie cqofcruucc re port Ib the -wutht cae of uuuco eiur rf potrutod ypon a kglttatlifo body- Sreafcer Reed and tlie Hootc coofeieos have bucu Eaylug they -would never yield and lliey have .aourally given the trust, more than It ever dt earned or lecettfBS- A cillical analysis of this schedule allocs theie Is goad leaeon for the ton ting of tute remark able stock- Under thlts schedule, to cagetly gulped by the IIor.se and so loudly and vo ulorottsly claUuw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

- pW!ftfVV?'. ,, , THE frlOBKTJTG TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 189T. PBBB9ESS" OF TIE STI Tfee Ulins Workers' Executive Board Hold a Conference. SD3IB ENCOURAGING REPORTS The Referendum Policy to Tie Adopted in the Settlement oftlie Strike Any Proposition Deemed of Sufficient Importance Will Be Referred to the Miners. Columbus, Obit. July 10 The national executive bfurd-of United Mine WorUers, had' a. ?oiirerence here today. The object or the mulling, as staled by r resilient llatchfprd, was to si7e up the entire s.tu ation aiid outline the ruture policy of tfce strike. Presidsnt Farms, of OWo, re ported a total Mispenmon, practical!', of all Important rallies in Ohio. Prosidcuit earson reported 3i,000 Gf the 3b,000 miners of Iihnu'b idle. President, Knight, or Ind ana, reported only a few miners la southern Indiana at work-, hat they are not producing cnousU to canv; uneasiness. President Bolan, or the PiUhburg dia triqu'reported the mines closed in western Pennsylvania, with the excep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

THE MGENXNGr TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1897. V TIE TRUSTS' TARIFF BILL Continued from First race. from ten to twenty, pounds in each bala. owing to the habit or taking out tamplcs and in the legitimate process of drying. By paying the duty on the weight when ltis entered experts say the Government vrill be the gainer in revenue on lear tobacco at least a halt million of dol lars annuallj , cr a sum sufficient to make pood the lohs in icvenuo fay i educing the duly from $2 to $1.5 a pound Of course, as everybody expected, borax remains whore Mr. Jones placed It at tlio exorbitant rate of 5 cents o pound. The effort to give a foreign firm an absolute monopoly by putting Its roal-tar color on the free list and keeping alt Use other on the dutiable, failed utterly. The rank injustice done by the Senate to the lithog raphers failed, for the evil v.as corrected In conference. The fight oer diamonds resulted in the acceptance of the Senate rate, -which means the highest revenue producing ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

THE MOttSTOTG TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1897 d f&x&ts (MOESUTG, EVEKTKG ATO SUKDAT.) THE WASH1MT0N TIMES C0MPM1Y, THSCIT EUTCEOT3. President. EDTCHINS BUILDING. Sew Tori Offics: 2000 Tract Bulldlnc SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1IOXTHI.T. by Cai:u ca : Morning. Evening und Sunday.. Fifty Cents Moraine and Sunday Thlrly-fivo Cents Evening and Sunday Tliirty-tlvo Cents BV MAIL. One Year.Morulng, Evening and Sunday, S5.M Bix Month. " " S.C0 Tbrco Months, " " J.T8 One Year, Morning and Snnday 4.00 Sir Mouth. " ' " ",V5 ThreeMonths, " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday i.C0 Six Mouths, " ' 2.2 ThreeMonths. " " 1.25 Sunday only, onqycar ..........1.C0 Orders by mail must ba accompanlod by sub scription prico. TZ.Krnorns: Editorial Rooms, 48; Busi ness Office, ICiO. Circulation Statement. TJ.t circulation oThe Times for the wtek ended Saturday, July 17, 1697, tea as fcZovt: fvvday.Julyll 2S.869 Kcnday, July 12. 39.00S Tuesday, JulyVZ 40.135 lxdncsday, Jvlyli 40,471 Thursday, July 15 40,351 F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

THE MXXBNIJCTG TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 189T. Z5333CEC13SEED CEECCECCSnECEB Lausburcrli & I3ro. We are closing: out Two lines of very Fine Children's Hats. OXE STYLE is made full Tarn O'Shanter crown, knife plaited brim edged with Val. lace. The entire hat is made of mull. These sold for 89c and 75c. Closing-out price, 40c g THE OTHEK STYLE is the mull and straw effect so stylish this year. These originally sold for $1.98, $4.48 and SI. 25. Closing-out price, 98c "When yon are in our store partake of a class of Wild Cherry or Rasp berry, which is serve! yon toy one of oor yonnc ladies on the first floor. 5o charge for this. It Is a refreshing drink and will help lo cool yon. fefe U 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. Li n3S3ECE23333S33SH33?1Ea333 91.00 ""SLf. 59c EKSENMANNfS I "- GREAT SnillER SALE Of Suits, Millinery, Furnishings. KING'-S PALACH, 812-S14 7lh EL; 71B Market apace. ROBERT KEELING, PAINTER OF MINIATURES, Removed to 932 F Street, Room 13. Jn$lrvetiorj tea Hwxied dau nrrp mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

THE MORSrrNG' TIMES, TIIESDAT, JTOY 20, 3 897. :::;:.:: :: he Con Stock of Clothing ' at Half P We stake our reputation on this assertion. Never again will you see such high-class, stylish Suits sell as low as they are selling now, for woolens of all kinds will advance on account of the tariff. You can now buy them for 'half price. Take our advice and buy three or four suits while they can be had. 's $10 Suits are $5.00 ss $12 Suits are $6.00 Men's $15 Suits are $T.50 Men's $18 Suits are $9.00 Men's $20 Suits are $10 We had to pay cash for this stock, so are compelled to ask cash. You ought not to object to this, and won't when you see the values being offered. Parker, Bridget & Co., Straightforward Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. : ::::::: :::: :::: :::: The Best Bicycle Bargain of the Year SPALDING BICYCLES, $ 2cw 1890 models, with 1807 tires and Christy Saddle!!, Men's 800; Women's SCO. Siialdlns'rf guarantee, bold on lusUilliiieiita. 1897 Derby Bicycles, Men's Models Only, - ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

TELE MOBJEOSre TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1897. JIOMff iVAXTED AIvD TO LOAN. HONEY TO LOAN A NEW PEAN 510 TO 51,000 TO XiOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, OUGANS.HORSES.CAUUIAU ES, WAGONS, ETC., without lemoval rrom possession or owner We can offer v on the LOWEST RATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay. ou will icciJve tJie money within a lew Hours after making appllca tiou for ir Pavmcntt, on the princljal, of any amount, will lie iccelvcd at any time, which will lebsen cost of loan. Please call for fuilhcr .nfoimallon. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., je29-lmo 002 F st. nw. LOANS from $5 to $50 to reliable rurUes; uioiie. advanced on bicycles. Room o, Central Building, cor. 'JUi ad IarJA",Jlw- jy20-t MONEY WANTED I want to oorrow ftb.bOO sin ixTc-nt,fir,itrust.ott prop erty worth 912,000. won t pay any com mission oti loan Address P 0 BotGn, Washington, D C jyl7-3t,em 11. K. FLLTON S loanofflce, 1218 Pa ave. nw., money loaned on watches, diamonds, 3c w dry, bilver ware, etc. aplO-bm LOANS M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 July 1897

THE MOEKIMTIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 189T. A $15 Suit for $10. An elegant All-wool, Fast.-'olor Xnvy Blue Serge, blteleton lined, imtch pockets, deep facing, double stitched eimi. stylishly cut, and perfect lining, for SIO-00. Fifteen dollais Is what you would be asked for its equal in any other Mote in town. ru per cent off legular prices for any pair of fenocs in Hie btore. Robinson & Gliery Co., 12 til ami P Sts. X. Y. CIntlirs. FurnUlilns. llitf. Shoes City Brevities. The iwaid of dficctors of the Central Union Mission will u ect at 4.10 ocloek this afternoon- Capt- UansclS Brown , J. D. Aiken and Fred A. Wallers will Have, today on the yacht, KacyxiA for a tilp Unougli the lower Potomac Tlic Commissioners have ordered that 4J0feei or bix-ine!. water main he laid on the south' side of U street, east from LuDroit avenue. Pollcotaan J. J Lcr ovan, of tl c Second prorlnct. who was Imdly heaten up Sunda night while attempting to arrest a gang of ortoted crnp hheoteis, was lenortcd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

I tt US BtflS Yaaterday mmm. vmmmim. 11 alMMfrj SwnMkfr. otlly w4t. i. ",;; b; ' ' "V washing-tost, Wednesday mokntn, july 21, isot eigiit pages. IfO. 1,210. 03STE CJEOT. 40s465 cants. 1 UK M fill OF TRIPS The Pitiful Appearance Made ly the Spanish Army. COMPELLED TO BEG AND STEAL A State of Affairs Which Cannot liifet Much looser This Leader of tliu Conservatives Working nurd to Secure the Adoption, of the Home-Rule Idea. 'Havana, July 17. The financial dU- tress of the Spanish government in Cuba in shown by the following ngurcs: - o.n yii.. nnn Xo .1.... cltif. riio sum of S4O.00O.0OO Is due since XIH. buhi 4 .-' w, January last to the regular army and j SlS.000,000 to the navy. It is esti- mated that the ordinary budget will close tlrts year with a deficiency of over $20,000,000. Not only is money larking for paying the soldiers, but also for buy ing pro-visions and clothing for them Food may be taken by force In the country towns, as Gen. Weyler is doing now, but clothes and sli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

& TffE JMORKngTGr TJHS, WJEPyjESDAY, JULY 21, 1897. pies jyynie upwahd .Blessings of the Tariff Bill Pre cede Its Final Passage. SHOES, SUGAR AND TOBACCO "Local Ikalerrf TVuro ConsumcrM a:t:nl These Staple.-. Are Advanc ing -jud Must Go Higher Under the .Now Lnw-Talks With Lead ing Merclmiitis. The reality or the extortions or the new tariff bill will toon bo Impressed upon tliu people in a unmifctaUablc ami eaMIy undsKUmd maimer. Already In anticipa tion or the hill and its effect numeious arttoios it daily consumption, food aitlcle an wearing apparel und Mml-luxunes are advancing in inice. In a few weeks there will be Micb an advance Uiat any body can see it and even fed it when it becomes necessary to root tlie Weekly bill. Shoe. 50 cents per pair advance. Leather trunks and satchels, 25 cents to $1 advance. Belts, straps, harness aud other like good 15 to 25 per cent advance. Sugar, 1-2 cent To 1 cent advance. Candles and preserves, advance iu price or deterioration in quali...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

THE MOHNIHGr- TIKES, WEDNESDAY," JULY 21, 1897, ALL HIVE THE G0LD FEVER Thousands Are Dreaming of the Rich Alaskan El Dorado. WARNINGS FROM OLD MINERS TVasliingtonian " "Forty-'XInor.-" Of fer Advice to Prospective For tune Hunters Not Po Easy as It Seems to Pick Up Gold A Talk With Pioneer Brock. "Washington has the gold fever. Nothing equals the Alaskan El Dorado uh a topic of conversation. The street corners, the stores, tlie Government departments; all have their groups of people discussing the absorbing subject. The young and old have read the stories of the "Wonderful richness of the yellow metal in fai-oft Alaska, and Imaginations have been fired by visions of wealth. Schoolboy with no experience in life are dreaming of gold mines and rough camp life, and many are scheming to get away to that region of wealth on the Yukon. They know nothing of the hardships to be encountered in that icebound land and hence they aie filled with ardor. Older people, who know more, but who are e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

-0 THE MQEHISTG. TIMES, W-EDNESDiLY, JULY 21, 139T Sime tMORHIHG. EVEnTKG A3D SXTITDAY.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPffi, STILSCH HUTCHIirs. President. ETJTCHINS BUILDING. Few York Office: 2000 Tract Bnlldinir. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. MbXTOXV. by CAKifEn : Morning, Evening and Sunuav-.Fifry Cents Mornius end Sundav Thlrty-five Cent Evening and Sunday Thirty-live Cents BV MAIL. One Year.Morulug, Evening and Sunday. 55.60 Six Month. " 3.00 Three Months, " ' 1.75 One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months " " Cz5 Three Months, " 1.23 Ono Year, Evening and Suoday 4.0 Sir Moi.tlis,. - .i2 TarceMoaths, " ' " J.23 Sunday only, ono year "..I.! Orders by -mail iuust be accompanied by sub scription price. Telctiioxks: EJltorial Rooxub, -fofl ; Busi ness Office. 1GS0. Circulation Statement. Tie circulation of Tun Times for the tefft aided Saturday. Jiily 17, 3837, vas as fCuOVK Svr.doy, July 11 23,8&) HonCay. July 12. 89,008 Tvesc'ay, July 13 40,135 Wtdvctday, Jvlyli 40,471 Thursday, July 15...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

TIIE HOENI.erQ TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. 1S97. t- g Lansburgh & Bro. g tS : tf 8 ? g JE very Yard, of Wash Goods g In "the llonsc Gut iii Price Again. 4 Separate Special Ta llies for these. Special No. 1. Every yard of B!ack Plaid, Striped and Fig ured Organdie, also Fig ured Dimity, Rosedale Organdie and Lace Ef fects, that sold for 1 5c, 1 8c. and 25c, Now 7c yard. I I I a Special No. 2 Every yard of Lappet j& Lsno, Indian Dfmity and a Fedora Cord, in every conceivable design, that sold for 1 5c and ISc, Now 9c yard. 42 at e s I 8 43 a 41 s s Special No.. 3. Every yard of our 40 inch French Batiste, the finest goods ever print- 2 ed, that sold for 1 7c per g yard, a Now 10c yard- V, S a Special No. 4. Every yard of Koech- 8 .Hn, Baumgarten & Cle g ' French Organdie and Tissue Erode, that sold for 25c and ZlKc, Now 12cyard. We are doing the Lawn selling of the city. There is no evading that fact. Well, is ita wonder, when we are selling fine lawns for what others would...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

THE MOBJSTING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1897. :::::.:: :; LOT'N We ought to put away half of these suits bought of the Continental Clothing Co. and get full prices for them this fall. That isn't our way of doing business. We bought them at 50 cents on the dollar of cost, and can afford to sell them at half their former retail price. We make more friends this way. When we find any of tlje lots breaking up we throw them in wit.h those selling at a lower price, so bargains are getting bigger every day. Men's $10 Suits are $5.00 Men's $12 Suits are $6.00 Men's $14 Suits are $T.OO Men's $15 Suits are $r.50 Men's $18 Suits are $9.00 Men's $20 Suits are $10.00 Don't put off picking out a couple of these suits, for'you will never see such low prices again. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. (3 :::::::: :::: :; :: ::: FIGHTERS FIX ON A DAY Raedy and Burley Will Meet on Tuesday, August 17. Both 31en Seem linger for the Bout, Wlilcli Will Be for T-vventy , Bounds. Tat R...

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