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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

li -TJT " S. jSL r The Circulation of THE TIME3 Ywtardiy was WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tine 411 ,11 For tlic District of Columbia. Delaware. Maryland and Virginia, generally fair; westerly winds. COPIES NO. 1,228, WASUnSTGTOK, SATURDAY MOKKINjSr, JULY 31, 189T EIGHT PAG-E3. ONE CENT. a r t IGHEITGDHIQIOIIEIT Tlie Big Pool of St. Louis Oper ators Again at Work. THEIR PHEXOMENAL SUCCESS Said to Control 8,000,000 of tlic lo, OOO.OOO Bushels of September "Wheat Available Although, the Hiie Is Not a Month Old the Price Ha Gone Cp 15 Cents. 5U Louis, July 30. The big pool of St "Louis gram operators, whose euceesslul manipulation, of. the wheat maTket last year attracted general attention, Is again in evidence. As before, David K. Francis, foi'iiiur Secretary of the Trensury.ls at the linlm. The pool ib said ro control 6,000,000 of the 15.000,000 bubhelsot September wheat available. Tills coinbmatioi. bulled the -wheat market up 30 cento between last August and January, and realized large fo...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

THE MOTtNTtfGr TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1897. ilTEBlMWiME Ckinese Legation Moves From tiie Country late Town. A DEMOCRATIC EXCELLENCY otviUfeaiiclin- the Age ot tlie Chinese Aristocracy, lixelnive-m-.-s Does Xt Helgu TUiere ns nt Soiue tl the Other Legations AVn as, i- "Waaler of English. x ,e .'lov folds ot the Chinese flay no iongei float iu Uio torwwe of liie eoun l r y. i t w . flying yesterday from the lop or the ,r stow pwiaoe at Q and Eigh terath stmstBorUMisu All around the iic v hot i- of the reiirkoatjiive or the llG.-er Kingdom, there were wagon ioad- el fact, U- iow that the Chinese K.mj&i 11 town Uteralll moved Into a Lev. anU more congenial climate. IU sensor the moUHS were of course juU virt ot a patchwork picture .it, the lonum kfctlou on Fourteenth street as ttiey weie i ti -""- Eec:ihotly about the FoaUi tsttvet place appeared to be happ oe the mkhc, with the exception, pcmopa. or the parrot or Tirti-Tsin, which ymt, ctng nueUriiS in dialect that Muued like a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

' - Jf-' .Jr "V T ' "S " : THE MORNING TIMES SATtlBDAY, JIELY 3!, 1897. 8 H- THE WEATHER OF IUSK Personal Experiences Wifli tlie Current Topic of Interest. TWO ARCTIC EXPERTS SPEAK Mr. Joseph N. Hal lam ncd Another Explorer .and Lonr Resident in the yew EI Dorado Tell All About Its, Cold, Ilt-ttt, Frobt, Fruit ucd Flowers. 3o;eph N. HaHaro, an old-time arctic royassi , gavca lennrtcr lor TlieTinnss an Interesting talk on the subject or Ibe cli mate o Alaska- He fcaid: "I liave Leen able to collect and compile much valuable recorded information and have lecelved many interesting faclh from otber arctic navigators. -The existence or a l:anch of the Japan fctreatn carrying to this coafct its -waters, -with a high thermal condition, imposes at the outset the necessity of a high 'iso thermal line aoug the -whole northwest coast of America. The thermonietric lec ords and the botany of the -whole region adds its cettain confirmation. The whulesoutheafctcoastof the Alaska penlnMilartsuatbed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

THE JrtOBSrrSTS TOIES, SAT.UBDAY,- JUJuX 31, 189T CSmci iXOOOTG. -EVEKISG MSB 5TJSPAY.1 IBEWASfflffiTONHMES. (MM, J-TILSOir DUTCHI5S. Prcshleflt. EVTCmiSS RDILDINU. Tew York Office: 2000 Tract Bnlldliir. " subscription rates. Hoyruix, arr CAn xns Morcuifr. Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents JUDrning-aad Sunday Tlilrtj-nro Cents X.vcuinsaudSnntlay ......Thirty-five Cents "BY At Aid. One Yew.Monring, Evening nndSunoay. S3 50 SlxMontU, 8.00 31ire Sleuths. " """ ' K?6 One Tear, Morning and Sunday-. ...-..t.00 Six Months. " M ......... ....-."ze Taree Months. " ...1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday.... ttO Bix Months, .25 liMO'ilDntns. " " ....1.25 finnday only, one yew ........l.tXI utersbymall umstboaccourjraniefluy sub erriplion price. TrxapnoNES: Editorial Rooms. 453; Busi ktu Office. 1CI0. Circulation Statement. TLr limitation of The Trarrs or the vttl: aided Saturday. July 21, J8J7, seas as twiccy, JwTi18 3.022 Vtttfajj. Jiia. .39,012 Tziricav, -7t;2a . 40.4G3 Wtnadaju Jfy2l ........4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

THE MOHNlNGt TIMES, SATURDAY, JUIY 31, 1S97. LOST BIS ROLL OF MOM K5SJ2E2KS25SSS! 5222H5H55S5H5S!a AMUSEMENTS. A3ITJSEMEXTS. A51U5EMEXTS. Xrfiiistmrg'li &Bro. 5 ON THE Another Olinnco For Vou Lmlies! 2 Muslin Underwear Specials. jl I J Reduced to 48c. This good quality Mus lin Skirt, made with deep cambric ruffle, cluster of lucks, yoke bands, with draw-string, full width and length a regular 67c Skirt. Special price, 48c I ) his Gown Reduced to 67c. This cut Illustrates a Muslin Gown, Em pire style, with band of Hamburg insertion across front, large bre telles edged with lace, full sleeves, trimmed to match wide skirt, all sizes regular price, 9Sc. Special, 67c j We zn opsa until ? o'clock to F .Biffit, this will five yon aa oppsr P tnclry to slop this evealar, if It Is 4 incoa veaient icr you to csine ost acr d iae tie Cay. J 420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St. J mMarxw&sslgaaa&EES gSsfefja j We're Open For buMness. The front Is not Jj vet finished, but ihe doorway is 5 clear,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

-Tgf'ssiv'VT' 6 THE MOItNIKG- TIDIES, SATURDAY, JUliT 31, !?. I::!;:!!!!:!!!!!!! .':;:::::.;;:;:;:;::::;:;::;:'::: A Seething Sea of Sellln Parker, Brid get CoJs The Continental Clothing Co.'s Stock of Finest Men's and Boys' Clothing at Precisely HALF Former Prices. We bought the entire stock of the Continental Clothing Co. Godfrey, Moore & Co. late of nth and F Sts-, and have been selling it at precisely half the regular pricesr which are still marked on the goods. The "blue pencil price" is all you, pay. No clothier in Washington can come anywhere near offering you such values as these. Investigate for yourself. Fine clothing never sold for so little iu America before. Men's Suits Half Price. This is the way the prices run. Plenty of Blue and Black Serges if you prefer them: Men's $10 Suits are 5 Men's $12 Snits are $6 Men's $15 Suits are $7.50 Men's $16 Suits are $8 Men's $18 Suits are $9 Men's $20 Suits are $10 Hen's Pants, $i.io Quite a lot or .Men's "Odd" i"nnis,lcr.tirom ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

THE MOBKIK6T1M1S, SATURDAY JWCT 31,1397. - " WONEV WANTED ASP TO LOAX WANTED 59,000 from, a private party on private and business property on N- Y. ave., for 5 vears at 5 per cent: no agents; security ample Address OWNER, this rnca. jj3l-6c WANTED-On mortgage, 5600 at 6 pa cent on country property worth S4. 'jOO. Address FAEM.403 Gttnff. jy29 3t-em SlUNEI AT 5 PEII CENT on real es tate, in D . C. No delay. Terms reason able. HEISKELL & McLEEAN, 3y9- Ira 1008 F et. nw. LOAN'S from 55 to 50 to reliable parties; money advanced on bicycles. Room 8, Central Building, cor. 9tb and Pa. ave. mv. J.27-7C HONEY TO LOAN- A NEW 1'LAN- S10TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, HORSlSS.CARRIAi; E3, WAGONS. KTO.. without removal from pow-cssicn or owner Wo oan offer ion the LOWEST HATES and EASIEST TEKMS. No delay, vou will 7ccelve tlie money within a rew'nouis afiei in a Sing applica tion for It Payments on the pnncipalrof any amount, will be l ecdved at any time, kx-a win ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 July 1897

jTWW - THEMQBryG TIMES, SATURDAY, JUIX 31, 189T. The Busy Corner Lj i t t 8th and Market Spa Dissolution S.KANN9SONS&Go Brings i ! Disaster! Washington lias never seen such utlerty reckless selling before nor ever -will again! Slaughtered isn't the word it doesn't half express it. $75,000 worth of Hen's, JBoys' and Children's Suits and Furnishings are being all but GIVEN AWAY! The Firm of H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO. Dissolves August 65. On that date Mr. Phil Friedlander the junior part ner withdraws to engage in other business. His in terest in the business must be paid in CASH. Heie are some prices that keep other dealers standing in the front door looking for trade: Men's Fine Crash Suits-, $1.88. Men's Alpaca Coats. . . Men's Dress Suits Men's Linen Suits Very fine Serge Suits. . Men's Business Suits Men's Fancy Vests . . . Men's Silk Coats and Vests ." Children's Wash Suits Children's Wash Pants 90c $4.25 $2.40 $6 25 $3.00 58c $2.50 25c 10c H. Friedlander & Bro., I Corner ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

6 JH.u . ..-ir-l. , T"K9L -"1. . - - ..,!TPHiaBMMmH ." -xrt" iWW 3. j ,r ' - - fA ".- - '' WEATHER PROBiBILrnE. t-iw ii:'47w1fK'F sCsas-?. ar && j a - : i mhc The clrcnlatlon oJt The Times yes terday was 41,602 copies. Dally average last week, 40,921 Copies. W trot Tor the District of Columbia, Maryland J and Virginia, generally fair, except tbrcat- sening weathei Sunday afternoon; sugutiy warmer; soutbV esterly "winds. R?. 1,229. AVASHOTeTOl-T, SUNDAY MOROTNGh, AUGUST 1, 189T-EIGKHTEE5T PAGrE3. THREE CENTS. SOLVED iFIEB ISIIiRS k Case to Support the Adage "Murder Will Out." TiHE BURDBLL AS3ASSIMO "'-eat-Interest It Excited in Xeyv York Forty Ycais AgoHK Jlochelceeper Plotted the Crime tlfortuer District? Attorney Hall I)oabts the Confession. Chicago, July 31- The Identity of the rikon, of Dr. TJnrvey Burdell, the. New York dentist, -who was murdered In his office. No. 31 ror.d street, on January 30, 18S7, appears to have been cleared up. An Investigation by tbe Chicaso Jour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

Hgt? f " PT-- -Pi f 5S5Wf ? "5rBfSpajgws; g jse. . t? J .fa, - -T -lES?:TSf - '-"'-"KnV,r5ffl THE MP"" AFITST 1, 189T. vj.t " S4-7 Jj "TfcX" GAHR ON THE HIGH. SEAS Prauabilify Tliat lie Boarded a Steamer at Baltimore. SEW AND PLAUSIBLE THEORY Has n Record ns an Oceaujvjosraist uod May Have TnUeu This Means, of Escaping Seen "lo Jump u Train ou ilit- Night of Uie'Criine Police Despondent. James Cnrr, the ravisher of little Eofca fiobinvou, Is still at large, and it begim to loot: like een the police and detective departments arc beginning to despair or Lis being apprehended Detective Boydlert early yesterday morn ing for Martiasille, V&-, believing that pofedbly the party under arrest tLeru rnlght throw soniellght on the whereabout ot Can. It -was known before the dn-t-ctie left u.at the man arretted thero was not Carr, but it was Uiouglit that be juigbt tie able to gHe tome facte -which would lead to the uiscoierv or tno latter' -whereabouts Detective Boyd returned last night At...

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

-1 K.J'i Jtj- - g "- 3via-f!.J55TS"sa ;p ff t. -& i We've got to clean house, Adv'ces from our representatives in the market tell of enormous purchases that are being' made in expectation . pf the hig- business indications promised us for the Fall. It is not a question now of willingness to unsheath the knife but necessity for room that drives us to make war upon existing- prices of present stock. . This sacrifice will be made as House & Herrmann do everything wi'li determination. Tomorrow morning; IfierVwill be bar gains for you big- and plenty in Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites, Dining Room Furniture, Couches and Crockery. And, in fact, almost everything in this complete House Furnishing Store. 20 dozen Solid Oak I'orch Rockers, while ttiey last, Si-49. 5-foot Vermilion Bent Wood Lawn Kettees -will go at only We're using a broadax on Refrigerators and Ice Chests, And it cuts - " 40 Per Cent Off The manufacturer's list price of every Refrigerator and ice Chest Uiat is lefu Th...

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

-' ?p"'i'Wp'' vws-"5SS5s? Egse ' V?"-!.-" ..5""- ;in,tf ir -" w - ii--g3jsj' j- j,w5SfKi-jP?T; iTr7r",,,ifC"!! ss (.-"wv " THE MOltNraGTIMBR, SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 187 ' ' ' "' IQSTQNS WIS TIE FIT McJaHies1 Wilduess and Brown's Error Cause the Defeat. - BOTH TEAMS PLAY NICELY The Gentlemanly Conduct of tbe Visitors Is In Striking Contrast to Rowdyism of the Orioles 2sot n PrcteM Was Henrd Dar ius the Entire Game. GAMES YESTERDAY. Dor ton, 7; "Vauiiijjton, 6. Haiti more, 8; Phlludelprila, 2. Clevelaud, ti; Cincinnati,' 3. 3sVw York, 4; Brooklyn, 3. Chicago, 7; Pittsburg, O. " Eouinville, 11; St. Luulis, 0 First Came. M. Louis, 7; Louisville, 5 Second game. GAMES TODAY. I-onisville at St. Loulh. Cleveland at Cincinnati. lins' afe drtve Bcored another tally iu the fifth. In the ninth Hamilton took Stivetts' place and "walked to first and went to second cm a short tingle. Both weio advanced on Tenney's sacrifice. Duffy Bent a grounder to DcMoritrevUte, which the young man could not handle f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

T'BrnHi$: "'ftsfes. .V"" '4t if-1 rag MQgyrae TWHJS, S&NBAT, AUGrTJST 1, 1897, IS!Z5fi5!iKK "After careful consideration and finding that $ they require so little in the way of repairs, we te p have concluded to repair all Eclipse- Bicycles ab- & solutelyfree of charge punctures ; accidents, &c, p included when brought to our store Fourteenth a and H sti'eets, by owner." pS It means an absolute, unreserved insurance on every Eclipse wheel bought from us. No time limit is set;, the guarantee is good as long as you own the wheel. The Eclipse Riding Court, on Massa chusetts Avenue, near Dupont Circle, is the best in town. Very large, and in the open air, it is always cool and pleas ant. The instructors are competent, painstaking, and courteous. !Lli05L DlvJ vlL xAjmf M Fourteenth r j as? y s52S?iSSa;S2siiSssSs2Sj ts - $80 Kenwood, $40 will b:2r the strictest examination and the hardest tests. A su perb high-grade wheel that will stand comparison with any high prlcci wheel a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

'A", S" -I -t-wgj. 6 tEbe &tme iMOEHUrG, EVEKEJG AKD SUKDAT.J BT lEEMIMTON TIMES COMPffl, JLTELS02T HUTCHDTS, President. HUTCIUNS BUILDING. Xew York Office: 2000 Tract BolHinc. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. STOJOTIXV, BY CAEIl TE : Wornlnp, Evening and Sundav.. Fifty Cents Horning and Sunday. .Thlrty.flvo Cents ivening and Sunday .Thirty-five Cents BV MAIL. One Ye.-r.Mornlng, EvenlDg and Sunday, S5.60 eixMonth", aco STiree Months, ' " " " ' J.T5 Ono Tear, .Moraine and Sunday.... 4.C0 Bix Months, ' " " .C25 ThrcoMontbs, " J. 25 One Year, Evening and Sunday..... 4.tt Elx Months, " ' i2" ThroeMonihs, ' u " 1.25 Sunday only, one year l.W Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Tetepuokes: Editorial Rooms, -166 ; Busi ness Office, 1C10. Circulation Statement; 27.f circulation cThe Times for the KCtk endsd Saturday, July 31, 1897, icas as iOuCVK vndai',Jvhj25 23.922 Monday, July 26. 39,900 Tuesday, July 27 40,181 Wtdnesday, July 28 40,080 Thursday, July 23 41.C52 Friday, July...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

--"."fc Ml, ' 52-' '& THE MOBNINa TIMES, SUKBAY, AtJGKtfST i 1897. V '"- f-""'f, fr" TT ft - i li- Gold en berg's, "the dependable store," 82Wa-CS 7th TOG X cts. Enam less ware have ever The crockery, cliinaware and hoirsefurnishings de "Dartment which we havel promised you for some time isn't quite ready yet, but the manager aud buyer of this department has been to the market, and the stock is ready when the store fix tures are. Iu scouring the market for the very best values he ran across a lot of Blue, Gray and RSot- tfed "Peerless" Enameled Ware the very finest sort is made offered at a tli at very great reduction from usual prices. He quickly snapped it up, and the entire pur chase goes on sale Monday morning on the first floor of the new Seventh street ad dition, thougli this depart ment shall be ultimately lo cated in the basement of the old Seventh street store. The price paid at whole sale was so little that we can safely guarantee to save you at least 40 per cent of wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

- b fit- s , y 'rl?'"S?X -o- v& 4rsiri. THE HOBNIN.G- TIM.ES, SUNDAY, AUGUST ? 1897. C MAKE IN REAL LIFE vvvv vv v La n sb u rgh&Bro. We'll Do HI We propose crowd ing our stores tomor row; theseprlces must compel your coming. This Skirt, 49c This light-weight under skirt Is made of good quality striped gingham, cut full and wide, with deep flounce at the bot tom, finished with a neat heading. Gored atthe top on a French yoke, with draw-string. Length, 38, 40and 42. Special Price, 49c. You will undoubtedly .manifest surprise at this offering, especially after you call and examine the quality. The manufactur er having miscalculated the quantity of Summer Corsets required to sup ply his trade, overstock ed, and rather than carry them over another sea son, sold them to us at a price far below their orig inal cost. These are made of strong net, with satlne stripes, extra long waist, high and heavily-corded bust, hips substantially stayed by crossing bones. All sizes. Regular pric...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 August 1897

V A rt tf fr ft t t THE MORNING TIMES, .SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 1897, 9 THEATRICAL GOSSIP. BRAINS AND BRAWN. "AttTfiBMfcNTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. 1 H- ,Mr. Bond's summer company will present to Ite many friends during Uic lorlhcom lng good-bye week at the National Theater Charles Tubman' superb comedy, "The Paper ChMe." Ot the saute cla&fi as those bright plays 'Snowball," "Turned "Up," "Awful Olid and "Fink Dominoes," it can scarcely Tall to be thoroughly numbing. Want ot space vili not permit ot an extended resume ot tie plot, bat the theme Is furnifcliud by the celebrated curry receipt ot the "Rajah of Boggly-Poore, which Is of great ralue Hy an accident it leaves the hands ot its rightful owner and entangles In Us nw.d career a nirtatlous married woman, an array officer, ajenlousbusbund, two tsrri of apooncy lovers .the police force and dually 1 uncovered la the hands ot a doddering uHl tacbelor,.who imagines It a hair reuwjriT and has it made up at the apovbeoarj ....

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

-1fr t' j6.-t?,4Vt' , p..:i j VJT.-r fsj- i -g. - ,. gepc 10 THE MOKKINCr TIMES, . flSIJfrr D AX; 31UGrTTST 1, 1897; I -S v' IE- - .. THIRD OFF of regular prices for choice of hundreds of Men's and Youths' Sack Suits, all the Woolen Bicycle Suits, and every pair of Shoes in the store. Half Price for all small lots of Children's Short Pants Suits and Separate Trousers. Robinson & Clicry Co., 12th and F Sts. N. W. Clothrs. Fcrnisaincs- Hats. Hots. Mi$at& city brevities. CornmWioncr Ross yesterday left the tivy Tor a three weeks' vacation Jotm A. llcrron, ot No 206 F htreet northeast, reports a gold -watch stolen from lilin Wednesday night A lioud or S500 -was required yesterday In the case of Frank Foster, charged with keeping an unlicensed Liar. llth. Maria Shea, of No. 329 Maryland avenue, who was injured by a fall lrom a street car Friday night, is reported as lm proving. George Oyster fell from a Metropolitan car at tin corner of Ninth and L btreets laet evening, but, fort...

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

't'1 "? - y "-- - te ,? -i -j QSme WASEDClsrGTOlSr, STOTDAY MOtXlNGr, AUGUST 1, 1897. 2 i "Y "v- r Quit ; Pages- fl-Q to OSB '.' J? (y '8Cv!F8?,S''0r:fPSBP' FINEST-MADE FO -AT HALF USUAL PRICES. This "MIDSUMMER CLOSING-OUI SALV of ours has bsen the much-inlked-about local shoe event during July. It shall provo a regular K ondyko gold flald during- Augrust to all economical shoo buyers, owing to still further prlco re ductions. For this -week we're going to mate special inroads into our very llaeBt shoos and there are none better than ours in America but these prices arc but half of what you have to pay for same qualities at other stored. These shoos include summer weights and shoes tultable f r early fall wear and you'll do well to lay in a few pairs at these prices. Ladies' $4 Boots. Tiierm ert hand made work produced m America, Pat- THIS ent Leather. Laced and ,..;,. Button Chocolate X-j -- uacca, wiui henu turned, ea, -MM reatherwtirht so'ej finest black kid bootbin all the popul...

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

Ip THE MOKSTXtfG TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 1, 1897. 12 ITNANCLYL.. The National Safe Deposit-, Savings and Trust Company or the District of Cohirnbia COaNF.KlOTUST.ANDNEW TonSATS Chartered ty sp-dal act of Conjrresi, ftB., 17, end acta of Oct., 16U0. uj: Feb, lb92 Capita!, One Million Dollar. T i ip iiosen vj weii BACKERS, 1333 F Street N. W. Dcaltis in UNITED STATES BONDS, STOCKS. GRAIN, COTTON. CASH OB MARGIN. Our facilities for dealing; in all kinds ot taoontiei and speculative commodities osuinot possibly be excelled. They in cHule ample capital and every possible tacinty that could coatnbut.; tu the sue ceis or an investor or oierator. iihU or send Tor dally letter and circular. Kxcliiivc pr.vatn uire to our maiu ottice, 31 and 33 ill oadtray, Now York. SSS3SSSSSSSS3SSSS9 S AMERICAN SECURITY I AND TRUST CO. S IVIoney to Loan. Tills company has money to lca gj on listeu collateral secunuea as s lowest rate of IntereEt 5? C J. HELL, President g 5)SSSC35XSeS03SXi)SGX5 Hodgen & Co,...

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