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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 July 1897

fTp-?3r jTc if- THE MORNHSTQ TEHEES, SUNDAY, JULT 25, 1897. 15 TIte Sapper's WooIiuj j By W. IV. JACOBS. j fig 1 Hi IX. To the skipper's surprise and disap proval, Annis kept her word. To be sure fche could not preient.bim Horn meeting lier m tlie read when the schooner was at Koitlitleet, his attitude when she tried to lMihig cue or willful aud deliberate defiance. She met this dibOlK-dience aduptlj by taking & pupil home with her, and when eeu this wan not butficieut added to the number. The day ou whicli biie apiwarcd in the road with four small damsels was Use last day tlie skipper ac-compani'-d iter. He could only walk in front or behind. il conversation was se verely technical, aud the eXittTsMcns on lac smart girls' faces precocious In the extreme. The search went on all the summer, the crew otthcSearaew causing muchcotiimeut at the various, ports by walking about as though they had iGst something. They allgoltowearabereavedappearancearter a time, wiiich, in the case of t...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 July 1897

tap- s VrSF75Ss?' IS-v- 16 THE 3IOENING T1MEB, SUNDAY, STUJLY 25, 1897. -W -f In the "Heroes ot the Nation", furies the latebt volume is devoted to a history of the gieac Cartliagenian general, Hanni bal, written by 'William O'Connor Morris, bonctnne scholar of Oriel College, Oxford. The Look is a charming resume of the brilliant man and trie period, brilliant in the reflection of his own luminous qual ities. Necessarily it is a ccmjcUte. The author has drawn at muny springs to rumibh forth his goblet. It Is a great hllniulus. Oue cannot rite from consid eration of Mich genius. jueh intrepidity, bravery, originality and patriotism as were pcfaessed by Hannibal without feeling roused in spirit and stirred in admiration if not in emulation. As Mr. Morris points out, Hannibal is handed down to us through the mouths of his enemies, and they peak of him only furtively and most often at a great distance of time- "Yet history has been busy with him," and he rises above limi tntioi.s of sil...

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

- - rSfc. -,-;. is i The circulation of The Sandaj Times -was 23,922 Copies. Daily aven.Ro last week, 41,278 Copies. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ' For the Dlstrlctof Columbia, purt! j-cloudy weather, with prospects ot light local thunderstorms Monday afternoon, variable winds. title HO. 1,224. WASDXKT&TOiT. MONDAY MOKNTNGr, JULY 26, 1S9T-SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. (T THE RiJSHJi KLONDIKE Four Hundred Gold Seekers Leave Seattle on the Mexico. JOAQUIN MILLER AMONG THEM Thirty Women in tlie Company Six Vessels "Will Sail From Seuttle Thl-, Weelc and Curry Awny About a,."00 Men JIcGraw Represents a IHg Syndicate. Seattle,, "Wash., July 25.-The event of today was tlie tailing of the steamship Mexico for Alaska. There wis a crush on the Ocean dock such as has never been teen in Seattle. The ve-l cast off lines atll a. in., with 400 Klondike and l'ukon passengers aboard, all apparently joyous and happy. It was anticipated that 100 more gold seekers would join them at Port Townscnd and Victoria th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 July 1897

THE MOTSNIETG TIMES,! 3qN0AT. JULY 26, 1897. EXPEHTTQ GO TO KtDIBlKE Bureau of Labor Will Send One to Examine the Mines. WILL START IN A FEW DAYS Hopes to Arrive in Sltlca by August 10 He AVIll Cointniiaiente to thK Governiiuuit the Iloult of His Investigation us Speedily as TilatiWilti. The cver-increaFlng iui-Ji for the .Alaska gold fields hah resulted in olllcial actioa ou the part of the Government. and in a few days an expeiton wining "will be tent iy Uie Ouaiiniwioner of LnlHr to the Klon dike regions. lie -win iiake a caieful and exhaustive study of the condlUonb -which exist there, und his observatioub. embodied in a tc port, -will to issued by the Bureau of Lalor at an oaily a Galea. possible. Such a report, giving tlie unbiased facts as to the opportunities, for ineluient or capi tal, the eniplojinent of lalor, wages and cost of llUug, will be of great value to the people of tin country- For several important leatous the name or the gentleman selected for this fecial missi...

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

the jflcmyxNe iimes, jokpay, -tujt so, .897. MQyr.Y WJgTED AKT TO loa??. WOXI2Y AT 5 FEW CENT on real es tate in D . O. No delay. Terms reason able. HEISEELL McLERAN, " ir&-lm lOOSF bt.nw. 110NEY TO LOAN , A KEW PLAN 510 TO 51.000TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 1'IAKOS, ORGANS,HORSES,CAKRIAU E3, "WAGONS, ETC., without removal rrom possession or owner We can offer vou the LOWEST RATES and EASIEST TERMS. Ho dday; vou will iccelve tlie money within a few Hours after matins applica tion for it. Tavnients on Uie principal, of inv amount, will be received at any time, which -will lessen cost of loan. Please call for further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO, 3e29-lmo iU2 F st. nw. LOANS Xrom S5 to 550 to xeliaUle parties: uionev advanced on bicycles, Room . Central-milding, cor. Oth and Fa.ave.nw. jy-"- U. K. PULTON'S loanoiaco. l-lSPa. ave. n w ., moueyloaneJ on w atches, diamond jewelry, 6llver ware, eta aplo-m LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT- eral, euch as life policies, stocks,...

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

I THE MOKNTBTG TIMES, TmiOIsTDAY, JULY 26, 1S97 Qftmcg iMOKimTG, EVEKBTG A5D UHDAY.) BY IBE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMiY, ntLSCIS HUTCHIHS, President. HUXCHINS BUILDING. Itw Tcrk Office: 2000 Tract Bnlldinc 6UBSCRIPTIOX RATES. MOKTHLY, by Caub nit : JJonsiiig, Evculng nnd Sunday.. Fifty Conts Morning and Sunday Thlrty.flvo Cents J-vcning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY .MAIL. One Tcar.Morniug, Evening and Sunday, S 50 Six Month, " aw Three Months, " " " " J.73 One Year, Morning and Sunday -J.C0 Six Months, " " " .2.25 ThieeMontus, ' l,i One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, -2.2 Ihree Months, " 1.25 Sunday ouly, one year l.M Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. TEi-ErnojrKSt Editorial Rooms, -tttf; Busi ness Office, ICiO. Circulation Statement. Tl.e circulation oTjie Times for lite trfc aided Saturday. July 21. 3897, xas as fcZmrx: Ivkci; JulylS 25.922 L'cnCai: July 10. 39.G12 Tvafay, July 23 40,405 IVtiincsdai; July 21 40,592 Th.nday, July 22 40,488 Friday...

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

THE MOKNISlGr TIMJES, M03DfA3T, JULY 26, 1897. V b - .--'. e .." : 5 -OaIy 12XC 'Window Shade. Z 5 One lot 36sr2 inch Felt Opaque 5 A Window Shades, mounted on spring i rollers, with fixtures to hang:. 0 For 4 r 12jc each 4 Onelot of 36x72 inch Oil Opaque f $ window Shades, mounted on tested 0 spring- rollers, with fixtures to 4 han. Worth 35c For F f 2.1c each ? 0 One lot or 36m inch Oil Opaque $ Window Shades, with heavy fringe f on bottom and mounted on tested : spring rollers, with fixtures to d hanff. Worth SOc For A $ 3I?e eneh SOne lot of 36x72 inch Oil Opaque f Window Shades, with heavy lace i on bottom and mounted on tested spring rollers, with fixture? to & hang. Worth 50c For f i 33e ench t If your windows are of $ such a size that you can- 4 not us2 a ready-made P Shade we can make them a $ to order for you. We are tf f prepared to make any size Shade to order at r short notice. J J If you have hot had your Loose Covers or Awnings made, you had batter at- 4 ? -tend t...

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

THE MORNING TIMES,! MONDAY, JULY 26 1897. Exceptionaify Good Value in a Crash "Suit is that lot of regular $7.50 qual ity pure linen Crash which we are selling- at FIVE DOL LARS per suit. The are st3'lishly cut, well made, thor oughly shrunk, and will re tain their shape after being laundered. Summer clearance sale of Shoes at 20 PER CENT OFF of regular prices. Hen's Linen Hats, 50c. Crash Golf Caps, 25c and 50c. All Straw Hats yi OFF regu lar prices. ROBINSON & CBERY CO., 12 th ami F Sts. 2. W. Clotlics. Furnlhliiiiffs. Mats. Shoes. fW ieik m IT ST. LOWS The Browns Win the First, the Senators the Second. Today eorins TUCKER AND GRADY HISSED xSSj $ 8S&&&3S"SSSS3SSS3SS i GIVEN AWAY & $ I For Three Bap, 1 I MONDAY, I : The Senator' First Uuscuiati Blocked Ilallinna and Grady In terfered With McGuire Defiant. Scat to the Ileucli for Threatening TCuirilre McDonald. GAMES YESTERDAY. St. "Louis, 4; Washington, 3. "Washington, 8; St. Louis, 0. Chicago, 1; LoulHvlik, 0. ...

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

Mmt Tta CHrsalalioix of IHB HME3 Yatarliy WAS For tlie District of CohmiWR, Maryland and VJrfelntu, rain; no change In ternpera tnro; high easterly -wind, shifting to south westerly. X LEATHER PEOBAnlLrriE. mt 39,900 COPIES j ISO. 1,225. WASHIHGKFOJST, TUESDAY MOKOTNGr, JULY 27, lSOT-EIG-IIT PAG-I3S. ONE CENT. ;- c LIL MEETS THE PRESIDENT The Ex-Queen Realizes Her Dream of Many Moons. MAKES HER THIRD PROTEST An AH-Tlottnd Strange Proceeding at the "White Hoiif-e A Special Andl- -enee Granted tins Chronic Throne jsfcelcer Stie "Will Submit Her Case to Arbitration-The New Fluu. Es-Quecn LU and her bobby ate back again lrf WaUilngton. What vsas said of another shadow of royalty applies pe culiarly la this case; "The lady dalh pio teEtloo much, methluks." Tiie return ol Litiuoknlanl to town is only another intkdeiit iu the faidcal pur tult of a pltauttumial crown, vrli-Mh has exercised het Ute majesty and the jjubHc for some years. It has lxjen one of the dreams of this misinformed and ...

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

THE MOrvNTNG TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1897. HOW PBQSraTY GOMES Necessities of llie Poor Going Up in Price. THE RICH DO NOT PEEL IT Au InteroMJne; Schedule Sbuwlnj How -tlie Prices o the Things Which the Poor Mut Buy Have Ueoa Raised by the Increuc of the -Burden ol Taxation. The ink of the President's signature to the tartfr lilll was. earcely dry before the pricoe or goods at reeled by that instrument began to ascend bheealenll over the coun try. This 16 bet the teaming or an ad vamte that will continue until the poor mail V.-H5 ld It almost Impossible to buy tins ncC6illie of life. There Is nothing In the law that compensates the working classes Prosperity, which was promlted on eery bUiiiijt from which a Republican orator k nxta. !k lint nut m Its appearance. The spindle are not tphmlng, nor are theloonls I ltHinmc in that rai id fashion pictured with , fcch flowery eloquence by campaign ora- j tore. The blackMidth's anvil rings no mer rier umc than it did of yore. Idle men arc j...

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

THE MOEKBrGTIBlES,, TUESDAY, JTJIT 27, 3 897. TIE IBBTBJIEL DORADO Civil Engineer French Describes .His Experiences in Alaska. THROUGH THE GOLD REGION "Was n Member of One of the Bound ary -Survey Parties Sent Out by tJie Government and "Wus All Over the Ground "Where the lUeli Strike AVns 3inde. Mr. James A. French, uncivil engineer, ot tills cluy, ut present employed in con nection -with the new F-street tower, Is, perhaps, as well qualified to tell or the land or the Klondike and the life of the miners in the gold regions thereabouts as any one in Washington. He has traveled all over the Alaskan mining lands, and was a member or the paity tent out by the United States Government in the year 1889 to make the boundary survey along the 141a niendan. This meildan ciosses Forty-Mile and the Yukon at the Klon dike, and during the winter the sur vey was made the party traverbed most of the Alnskau and Canadian land included within the territory of the recently de veloped gold fields. In...

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

THE SlCyRNTG TIMES, TUESDAY. JTOY 27, 1897 ST 1imt$ IMGRHHTG, EVEITIUG A"SI SUEDAY.) BT THE WASEIMTON TIMES COMPAHY, iTlLSOH HUTCEE3S, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. Eew York Office: 2000 Tract Enildlnr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. aioy-ninv, by Cakk eh: Morning, Evening and Snndar.. Fifty Cents ilortiiiJgand Sunday.-...'.."ndrty.fivo Cents Xicniug and Suuday ......Tbirty-ttve Cents BY MAIL, OneTetr.Mornlug, Evening and Sunday, $5.30 SlxMenUi-. ' M " 8.00 Three Months. " - h u 175 OiiuYcar, Morning and Sunday i.00 Six Months " - .C,25 Three Months. " ... 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 8 ix Months, - - - 2.25 3hree Meatus, " " 1.25 Ennday only, one year ....I.CO Orders by mall must be acco-spaniod by sub scription price. Telctiioicks : Editorial Rooms, 4SS; Busi sks Office, 1610. Circulation Statement, 5,r circulation of TJE IrHES for the vttl ended Saturday. July 21, 1S97, teas as tvagar, JulylS 2S.022 2Icvday. July 19 39,012 Tvt&tay, July2li 40.405 likuneeduy, Jviy 21 - 40,592 T...

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

THE HORNING- TIHJIS, TUESDAT JVJSX 27, 185)7. e , Ki3S5CSS3ES3aiCSSS33SSQ IiP.nsTjurgli & Bro. I Think of it! Today's shoppers will g have a picnic. a Have you a boy? Si Boys' Blouse Suits, 43 That were $1.98,$!. 87, g SI. 67, $1.48, $1,25 and g 98c, g For this sale, p Second Floor for These. g 420, 422, 424, 425 7th St. f, at $ S SS& S5S S"S3 S ManflTerrace I liiieits, I 1 THOMAS CIRCLE, 1 a 1401 Mass. Ave. li. W- Ectoers Creams anil Hub CaKcs anfl Baiclrt Unsur- passed BoirEons. Ice Cream Soda, Tzgg Phosphates, and Lemon and Limeades. i3usic Tonight. Usual Prices Prevail. P. W. FAVORITE, Ma-nagcr. xSS- SS S S'3 SxJxJ CHEAT SUMMER S.VLK or Suits, Millinery, Furnishings. KINt.'.Sr'ALACK, B12-bl4 7th Bt? 715 Market Space. GREAT EEBUILDING SALE AT MARYLAND LUTORRA-N STNOD. Invited to Meet lu "Washington on October 12 Next. Tire Luttiernn Ministerial Association held a special meeting yesterday morning m the lectore-ioom of St. Paul's Eugliih Luth eran Church, corner Eleventh a...

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

Another Big Day. "I went around just to see what the other clothiers were offering", and as you see here I am back again for that suit." Two or three other customers said sub stantial!' the same. The' found only a few very big and very small sizes at the other stores. Here they pick from a big; stock of the finest clothing in all sizes at EXACTLY ONE -HALF THE) REGULAR PRICES. Get in while the picking is good. Parker, BridflBt X Go. Clothiers, 315 7th Street nA.i)C INN a pliajantrlilo out pist riAlYl O Br. oulanO. ltrcezict not ..., roun.l W'aslimzto.'. Col HORN driufci nd c cry thins to auc you enjuj life. "L & R." ROUTE. il7 NINTIIBATIIING STJIT-S. DECLARED A DRAW. fifteen Hundred People See Two First-Class Bouts. Troy, N X., July 26. About 1,500 per Bons -witnessed the bouts at the Empirr. Atn!et!c Club tonight. Jack numlltou, of Syracuse, and Young Morlssey, of Eng land, at 128 pounds, save one of the finest exhibitions of scientific -work and fclugglng ever seen in Troy. Th...

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

THE MOB KIN e TIMES, TUESDAY, 3TTLT 27, 1897. B . UONKY WANTED AZCD TO IX) AX. 21UXE AT 5 PEIl CENT on real es tate JnD.C. No delay. Terms reason able. HEISKELL & McLERAN, jyS-lm 1008 F Bt-jrvr LOANS from $5 to SCO to reliable parties: money advanced on bicycler. Room i Central Building, cor- th and Pa.ave.nw. 3S MONEX TO LOAN A NEW FLAN 510 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS. ORGANS, HORSES.CARRlAGES, "WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession of oV.ner "We can oft,i oii tlie LuWEST KATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will lccelve tlie money within a lev." houis after making applica tion foi it. Pavments cm llie piinclpul. of anv amount, will be iccelved at any time, wtlvn -will lew-en cost of loan. Please call for farther Information. CA.PITALLOAN GUARANI EECC 3e2-liuo COS ' " uvr- .. i-iT-voininnffirai. 12181'a. ave. nw.. money loaned on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc aplfa-om LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT- cral, such as life policies, stock...

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

THE M OK Nitre TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 27 3897. 8 SPECIAL Values tliese a lot of pure linen Crash Suits, regular 7.50 quality, for 35. 50c Club Ties, irewdcsig-ns, 25c. AliSt Hats li OFF regular prices. All Shoes 20 PER CENT OFF reg ular prices. Some broken sizes of $6, $5, $4 and $3.50 Shoes, $1 .SO. $125 ana $1 Negligee bhirts, 75c. Two lots of 0ut" ing Suits, wore $10 and $8.50, now 35. Skeleton Tweed and Wort-'d'Z.'phjr weight Serge and other Thm Suits in proper stj'lcs at very popular prices. ROBINSON iCHERY CO., 12th and F Sis. X. AV. Clollirg. Vuriilkluiii. Hal. Shoes. mt jfcffibwtf i City Brevities. Ohatbs Turner, colored, a fugitive from the workhouse, was arretted yesterday aTtcrooon by orileer Schuyler. 'Eourth Assistant Postmaster General Urtow will take tlic matter or tlie Biight jtokI potofnee under adsemeut williiu a few days. The clerks in the District building aTO nmkmg loud protests against one or tins new rale which foroids tlnm to ride down KUiiiv oa the elevator. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 July 1897

i 'f lj, ' .Ir - - " -' "WEaTHB PfiOBABiLlIIES. P Ji-JL ,' , - WiMt . Tta t?aisu rf IIS BSiB T's iiy WAS For the District of Colombia, llarylnnl and Virginia, rain: no change In temp"era ture; high oartorly winds, ohif ling to pouth westerly. n 1 1 V .' f I y COPIES 2TO. 1,226. WAsnusraToisr, Wednesday moemg-,: july 28, isot eight pags. OiNE CEJSTT. RECALL OF CEI. WEYLER II is Asserted That He Will Soon Leave for Spain. NEGOTIATIONS WITH GOMEZ Tho Cuban ConimundeiV Lust Hc Xnsal to Parley "With Him Even Iiiro Insulting Than Previous Gues Wunld Not Put Himself oa tbe Spanish Hatcher's Level. Havana, via. Key West, July 27. Tlic hews caincs again tliat Gen. Weylor is to ruturn to Spain. His reoall lias been de cided upon by tlic government of Senor Onnovas, but It will not be officially pub lished until the government is certain that a general of high standing will take the raspoaslbfhty of leading the Spanis.li army in Cuba. Tbojiiutne of RanionJUuneo, Marquis of J'enaiPlata.is menti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 July 1897

THE MCTRtfG TIMES, .WELDfrESPAY, JULY 28, 1897. JIVES GARRSFOUL CUE Up, Outrages and Brutally Deals Little Rosa Robinson. REVENGE WAS THE MOTIVE Enticed to BXs Hume, the Child i J Assaulted nud NVnrly Killed ; Brute Slakes HI Ivsunpe- Five iTonns: Sieu Arretted Suspected of Complicity 1'ollce Criticised. If James Garr is captuied by citizens wlfcliout the aid or the police and without , tfcelr protection, the probabilities arc . that lie -will be lynched for the heinous ; crime wtoich lie committed upon little j Itosa Robinson Monday evening. The citizens in the locality where the brutal orrosse was committed, near First and L streets northwest, were In a feverish state of excitement last night and angry threats were heard on every hand. The details or the horrible outrage are shocking in the extreme, and, though it is now thought that the child may recover from tHo effects of the attack, the is still deiirieus from the shock to her system, and evou uow this may result in her death ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 July 1897

"" tyr$k$.Ji& 3"-55i THE MORNING TIMES,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 3897. 8 ! w? tjr-- $ GQLO FEffil 15 EPIDEMIC More Than Five Hundred Wasli ingtonians Have It YEARNING FOR THE YUKON "Dunn inhered Appeals to Accompany tlie Labor Department Kxpert to Alaska Why the yame of Carroll "Wright Gold Auibuis ndor Has Been "Withheld. A .great many people have doubtless wondered why Hon. Carroll D Wright. Commissioner or Labor, has not taken the public into bis confidence and told it, the name ot the gentleman who Is to leaveher next Saturday morning for the valleys and gold fields of the Yukon. And the -wonder will be Increased when the public Is Informed that the appointment, has been made for some time. Some people have asked Is Commlfcsloner Wright going himself, Inasmuch as the function .tc be performed is one of the most intiating that has falleu to any Government oflicial's share since 1S19. It was a Tair question undertheclrcunibtancea and it -a as asked of Col. Wright yesterday afterno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 July 1897

THE MOP N iye IMjES.ttWEPyBSBAY, JULY 28, 189t tunica SBRiriHG, EVEHDfG AUD STJITDAT. THE WASHIMTON TIMES COMPMT, STILSOS ETTTCEUfS. President. HUTCHIiNS BUILDING. Kew Trk Office: 2000 Tract Bulldinr. subscription rates. Monthxt, :by CAim xr : lorning. Evening and finntlar.. Fifty Cents looming and Sunday, Thirty.fivB Cents Evening aud Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year.Morolng, Evening; and Sunday. 8 50 .Six Month". - " &00 Three Mouths, " M " 1.75 OneYer. Morning and Sunday 4.00 fclr Month. " - C.25 Thiee Mouth. " - 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday ..AM .Six Mouth. " " .ZZt Three Jtlonths, " . ..1.25 Bnuday only, one ear ............ ...... ....1.00 Orders by mall xcust be accompanied by sub sctlptlun price. -TEZiKraoN-KSj Editorial Eoonis, B ; Butl tu Oflice. J 6 JO. Circulation Statement. Tl.e dtculaticn ofTuv. TIMES for the treek ended Saturday. July 24, 1S97, was as loKews: tvvCay.Jvly 18 25.922 Honda. July 19..... ... 39.612 TvtsCay, July20 ...40,465 Wtdnaday, Ju...

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