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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

THE MOIlNIJrg TIMES, FBTBIAr, ATJgtTST 6, 1897. ciasoassQasssssssss ewwwass I L4uisbursrh & Bro. 8? tf 8 8 ililsBeautlfulandStylisli g S Wrapper $ fl TYas$1.9S, g g Reduced to $L19. g Dcauti- jj iul and g scyiifcu 'Wrap per, made oi line quality navy blue g iigured g Lawn, g some- iliiiiff g cool and CO 111- fort- able for warm weather, a made full "Watteau baclc, $ Tt.m.wl tlrn -.-i-?!, -..--Iftrt llf V . uui.u juttt, nun ..... I JUT s lliliiP ?lf fit iTwB&V 2 grtilf.tm &'wkxA i H'Sr'iroWMVATOe 1 ill its i"tf.if'Bll' 'tJ5 in i) 3 fie over shoulder, neatly fi . fe trimmed with two rows of Jy -white "braid, 3 i1r;cr fliK riving1 The it ag 8 new g j g n st ylc sleeves and turn-over a 8 collar; skirt four yards g g wide, extra length, with M r. .? i. ' uuui num. S 3 Your size is here. GS&5 S55355SS G5S5 SS 255S GSSQ lOe and ?oc Lauuderel aits 25c issnrnann s, gayo. Marvelous prices at King's Pal ace, 812 and 3i4 yth street, 715 Market Space. ROBERT KEELING, PAINTER OF M...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

THE MOBKING TOIESS FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1897. 0 THE M5IET DEFECT Phillies Block Their March Upon (he League Leaders. A TWELVE-INNING GAME The Star Slum- of the Scnsou at Philadelphia Ball Park Bad Error of. nolmes in Dropping: a "cure Thing" Let in the "Win cing Hun. GAMES YESTERDAY. Baltimore, J); Boston, 4. Philadelphia, 3; Sew York, O. Ciiiciui-.nti, 5; Cleveland, 4. St. Loub-, 8; Pittsburg, 7. "Washington und Bioultlyn "ot (scheduled. Chicago und Lonlsvllle Not sched uled. GAMES TODAY. "Washington ut Brooklyn. Baltimore at Boston. New York at Philadelphia. Pittsburg ut St. Louis. Clevelund at Chicago. Louisville and Cincinnati Not scheduled. W. L. Pet Boston 58 27 .682 Baltimore.... 54 27 .667 Cincinnati 54 28 .659 New York... 49 32 .605 Cleveland.... 45 40 .529 Philadelphia.,42 45 .483 Chicago 40 48 .455 Pittsburg 38 46 .452 Lcuisville 40 50 .444 Brooklyn. 35 48 .422 Washington... 31 53 .369 aLcuis 24 66 .267 Philadelphia, Aug. 5. In the greatest tame that has been seen at the Phi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

-Vf - THE MOB KING TIMES, FJRIQAY, AUGUST 6, 1897. M i 'A monki 'A'.yrKD ant? to loan. WANTED To borrow $25Tiorl;i"mouUis on personal note at 8 per cent interest; win secure note by collateral seuuilties. Address W. P., this ornoe It WANTED "15u lor G0.davs; gllfc-edgee-curity and large bonus given to part? responding immediately. Address IMME DIATELY, this ornce. auo-3t-,m LOANS frornSS to 500 to reliable parties.; also money advanced on bicycles, Room 8, Coutral Bldg..cor.9th and Pa. ave. nr. aq5-7t "WANTED Anyone furnishing me with $1,-00 Tor the Klondike country, I "ft ill give them half of the receipts of the ndne ir 1 terarrc one; woAd iiUe to make boat leaving San Francisco August 15. Ad drcss ALASKA, this orfice. au4-5t U- K. FULTON'S loanoffice. lilH l'a. uve. tw. .money loaned on watch ea, diamonds, jewelry, bilver ware, etc. apl0-0m LOANS MA nK " APPROVED COLLAT- eral, such as life policies, stocks, i.tmds, building association shares, syndicate cer tificates, etc No dela...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

mf - l 8 THE -MOBNIG TIMESj XBIDiAJE, AUGUST 6," 3897. IG values here at all times. Spe cially big ones just now. A off on Men's Suits. i off on Youths' Suits. 25 off on Bicycle Suits. i off on all Sho3s. 54 off on Straw Hats. All small lots of Children's Short Pants Suits and Separate Pants HALF PRICE. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th ana F Sts. N. W. City Brevities. The annual excursion or the Locomotivo LnginwtR -will be given to Marshall Hall, August IT. Henry Ware "was sentenced yesterday to sixty diys In jail for assaulting hlswife, Jennie V arc. An obstructed i.everin front ot No. 120R Firiii btreet northwest was reported to the police yesterday. Kcw gutteiR are being laid with vitri fied brick on Twelfth stieei. brrween. M and X istreetfc northwest During the ab&encc ot Secretary of tho Interior Bllbs, his officefe in the building are being overhauled and renovated. AV. B Jones, tlllerman in the fire de partment, has been reduced to private una It. R. Davis promoted in his...

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

Ac VEiTHEE PROBABILITHS. Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Yaiarday WAS 44g28 COPIES For the District of Columbia, fair, followed by latreaslng cloudiness Sat tine. urday afternoon; northeasterly winds. J" NO. 1,235. . WASHUsTGrTOy, SATtTEDAY MORNTNGr,;. AUGUST 7, 1897-EIGrHT. PAG-E3. OXE GENT. t mi WOO, IN TON So Says a Prominent Society Lady i of Washington. THIS IS NOT THE TRUTH The Society Butterflies ilay Have Flitted, But the People Who Are the BneKhone of the Country Are gtlll Here. The dipper ten think that tlicy constitute the American nation, but it ib the great roifeses of the people v:ho count-the big-h'-arted American people, who believe in ttuVgrrat and glorious country. The society butterflies may think that notions but Part.sis good enough for them, hut the honest patriots point with pride, to tiheirown country, and jitailynsk wijere can you find another country to equal It. "Where is there a finer city than our be loved Washington? "Whore are nobler institutions than our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 August 1897

THE .MORSTlNGr TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1S97. BBIGHTWOOrSNEW FWG Engine 13's New Banner Un farled to the Breeze. 1 SOMBER OF LUCKY OMEN The Presentation of a yp.w Emblem to the Suburb's Tire Depart meat .Made n Civic Kvent Col. Srone XrcentK the Flag Commissioner Vflsrlit Heceives It A Bnuquet. The presentation of a handsome new flag to tn fire department of Brightwood Inst evening "was en interesting affair. It -was an event m which all the residents of that beautiful and thriving suburb of the National Capital arc deeply inter ested, d ttiey wore all there to do honor to tlic ooaslon, not only the male portion Of the population, but the ladles in great numbers, their presence lending additional churm and interest to tne ceremony. SfTlic oxorclses preceding the raising of the new rlag o.er the new engine-house were held on the beautiful lawn of the T2mery Mnnon, immediately opposite the cngine-honi. on Brightwood avenue. The mainfton is now occupied by llr. William C. Cox, the pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 August 1897

THE MOBSTIETG TIMES, SATURDAY, ATjqTJST 7, 1897. 3 THE FINAL MONT During "WMei. Doctor HcGoy Extends tlie $3 Bate. One Week's Treatment in the Mild August Weather as Good as a Month of the Trying Weather of Fall, Winter and Spring. There Is but one month more of sum mer, but one month moic of the 53 late. The mild bummer -weather, the weather whloh so helps the doctor lu the cure of deafness and all diseases or a Catarrhal nature, is at its best during the coming mouth. So theie arc thiee great reasons why those needing Doctor McCoy's serv ices should make no delay. FIRST, his fee Is now lower than it ever will be again. He ex tends to all the 3 rate until the 1st of September. After that date all iiiu&c pay his . regular fee. 6EGOND, one -week's tieatment duiing August does as much good, ordinarily, as a month's treat ment during thechangeableaud severe weather of fall, -winter and spring. 111 RD, at this fccahoa, when even the power of the skill of the if aster Is doubled thro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 August 1897

4 OTE MOKXrNXa TIMES, SATUKDAX, -AVGUST 7, 189T fEwiz$ "(MOKXIXO, EVENING AKD SUNDAY.) BV The Washington Times Company. BTILSON HTJTCIIIN'S, President, HUTCHEiS BUZE.UING. Hew Ycrk Office: 2000 Tract Bulldlne. - SUBSCKIITIOX CL.VTE3.- IJpNTntY. bt CAniunn: Warning, livening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Homing and Sundaj-...-Thirty-nvo .Cents Evening .nd Sunday. ...Tlurty-iivo Cents J)Y MAIL One Year, Morn., live, and Sunday, 85.00 Six llonths, " " ' " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday. 4.00 SixJIonths. " " " 2.25 Three Ji on ilis. " " " . 1.25 One Year, Evening and Suudajr. ... 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Month. " " 1-25 Sundaj' on l., one year. 1-00 Orders by mail must be .accompanied hy subscription price. Tbluj-uones: lMitorinl Booms, 48C; Business Office, 1G-50. Circulation Statement. 'Tilt circulation of Tim Tiaus for Vie. vcek ended Saturday,. Jzty SI, 1897, was at foHevts: Sunday, July SB .. 23.022 Monday, July &. 39,900 Tuesday, July S 40,184 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 August 1897

tiie aioEffxara rrxMJSs, satueday, au&ust t, 1897, 5QSf!SQSSVSQQ05SSQ&5C9aa XA-KSBURGH & BEO. If you come today you can buy this Skirt for 44c '8 8 This excellent Under- g skirt, made of fine a striped linen lawn, with g deep Spanish flounce, g finished with rows of fine a cording and shirring, S gored at the top on a per- feet fitting yoke with draw-string; ail lengths, g 38, 40 and 42. Special price, 44c. g Gingham Aprons, 3 for 25c today. Men's 50c Belts, 44c today. Men's 25 c Belts, 2ic today. m w S 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. S3SJSS5S3 SSS5 GSSS GBSQ S 55. FP5ENAIANVS REBUILDING SALE SUCH EfORfyiOUS BARGAINS . Are more limn an offset for tlie Inconvenience attending yonr hliopiun;? while we are o upset, but tomorrow wo will be in pretty good bliape, itod can wait upon yon with our old-tluie attention and cure. Greatest Cut in.Skirts Waists and Wrappers. , SL25 Linen W Crash Skirts, ifo exlra full & JflQ width, for only Kl ,H . -J -fto-szira V5 Mli K r iisE -iS? r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 August 1897

""SfSfff' TELE HOEJSTOGr TIMES, SATUHDAT, AUGUST 7, 1397. "Awfully Shrunken Prices" MM At PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.'S. The Continental Clothing Co.'s Stock of Men's and Boy's HighCIass Clothing Going at Exactly Half Former Prices. - No other house would have tlie "nerve" to offer this magnificent new stock of clothing at the ridiculous prices we have yfy marked on it. Here we are offering you the pick of the finest and most desirable clothing at half price and some lots froin our own regular stock at even less. The figures are awfully "shrunken" don't begin to cover the values they represent. 2 tttt Xiau piiuc 1& all )uu pj 1 $4 to $15 Kail's Crash I Suits for $2.25. ' un we've bunched nil the broken fY lots or .Men 't Crash suits into one " lanre aggregation ana will dose ) them out at a mere song today. Ym ione or tnem are worth less )) tnan 54, ana most or them are Jill worm much more. The lot m- )) ciuaet some or those line lni- ported orasti faults that sold Tor )) s-io mey...

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

XELE MOBKINO TIM3BS, S-MTEHSDAT., jAUQVST -Tt 1897. it i jjonty wanted atp to x.oan. mom : ifTo"Xo as -a "new tx.an 310 to 1,000 to loan. ON HOBSiaX.DTCSNlXDKi;,iriA?;0B, ORGANS, HORSES, IJARRIAGBS, "WAGONS, irc, without rcmGval-frenipobhebsionof owner. Wc can orrer ou the LOV.LST RA'lES and .AbibT TERMS. No tOelaj, you will receive the money Witniu a.nw iiours-afttu anakiug applica tion lor It. Payments on ihe principal, of any iraioii nt, "will ueTeceived atauj time, vrnirti v.'ili teen cost g! loan. I'icaae call for further Inrcrniatlon. CAPITAL LOAN -CARANTEE CO.. au7-u 002 L" bt nw. Wa-4T&0 3or -CO day-.. -gilt-udgejt'-curity and large bonus given lo party resiwnttiug immediately. Address IMME DIATELY, tms office. au5-3t-mi LOANS rioin So to$5u torelialJlc-partieb; also money advanced on bicycles. Room . Central ldg.,orvth and I'a. ave. nw. au5-7t WANTED: Anvone furnishing me with 51200 Tor Hie Klondike country, I will give tUiem half of tlie Tccsipts of the mine if 1 secur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 August 1897

ywWf- gSSWV-TBiBfJS-3a?W THE MOKOTffG tflMES SATTJlV&AY, ALrGfT7T 7, 189T., 8 ?f 3 vW 1& values here at all times. Spe cially big ones just now. i off on Men's Snits. A off on Youths' Suits. . ZA off on Bicycle Suits. ji off on all Shoss 6 off on Straw Hats. All small lots of Children's Short Pants Suits and Separate Pants HALF PRICE. Robinson & Chcry Co,, 12th ?nl F Sts. N. W. me gEtSim City Brevities. Postmaster William Huteliins, of George town. ha left for a fortnight's stay ac .Atlantic City. The pavement In front of Nos. 21S to 23-1 Third Area is reported to 'be in a dangerous condition. Lena Wo., a eolorqd servant, was locked np in No 3 police nation laht night," charged with profanity. E. F . Smith, of 1 220 G street northwest, has been awarded Hie contract Tor building the Porclicster, S. C, court hoase, at $0,000. President M N. Freeman, of the Ana costta Building Association. ie beriously ill -with typlioid fever at Lis home on Good Hope Hill. Robert Lei Taylo...

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

,-.-fiWsJ'Tt-v;3f ? BS"i-'- C "rr,v.s-?"?"-, The circulation of Tho Times yes y terdny was 42,576 copies.- Dally average Inst week, 45,237 Copies. WEATHIR PEOBABmiHS. tine. Por the District of Columbia, fair; south east to cast winds. TO. 1,236. WASIIIaSTGrTO, SUNDAY MOINTNGr, AUG-ITST 8, 1891 EIGrHTEEItf PAGES. THREE CEOTS. & RA 4, J mht i"9 B TIE IMPUTE!! LIBERALS Lack of Leadership Has Sadly Disorganized the Parry. MANY LOST OPPORTUNITIES A Session Heinarkuble for 3Ilnl,ter lal Ulin.ders and Misdeeds of Which the Opposition, Heiit by Factional .Jealousies, Ban Failed to Take Advantage. London, Aug- 7--Thc Liberal party "Has come upon evil days,towing to Its lack of leadership, and this fact Is recognized by all the members of the party. A review of the work done during the session of Par liament, which closed yesterday, shows that the parry is completely d!"organized, and that its opposition to the government has pract'cally amounted to nothing. The lack or a vigorous opposit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

- -P r pS-i THE MOIiNltfGr TIMESlUNBAy, AUGUST 8, 1897. "3H" FOSTER TftLKSOF SEftLS The Recently Returned Commis sioner Expresses Satisfaction. HIS MISSION WAS A SUCCESS lc Believe That 1lic Result of the Couference In October "Will Be lIeatlng to the United States "Will '""ay Nothing uf tlie Content-", of Bit Heport. Hon. John W. Foster, formerly Secre tary of State, who was commissioned by President McKlnley to go to Eugland aud have a confidential talk- -with the British about the Bcrbig Sea trouble, relumed yesterday, and "will soon "Sake bib re port a. the President and Secretary Sher man, i Gen. Foster bad a pleasant and sucoes f ul trip, as is well shown by his nappy and healthful appearance. Ye."lie said last evening.'4! "'as ver hospitably received, as I always have been over there- The Bn'.i&Jl are loyal cntertauiers ' . 'Was your mission a success?" V li lias, tjeen defbiitcly arranged that England, Russia and Japan Trill send rcpreseuuitives to this city in October f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

'J3;-fi 1 n.., fj THE.MOKNINGr TIMES, SUSTBAT ArTJGrTJST 8, 1897. 3 E5H22K55 I5K255E25JS5Bi55S ! SSOTSBSSiSSHBiSSg T Mil AHMUI Tf" ? K " t : P ?yyTtivJ r CVr y i f A0h s -f r i Cr-y7 t. l Capt. Bell's FowICause Strain ed Relations With Neighbors. 13 V B CD tiff i KI for any Derby or Soft Hat that g B J!l 1 ""jl sold up to $3.00, H H 33c for any Silk Scarf. SI. 15 for Manhattan Percale Shirls Si. GO for 6 pairs 25c Tan Half Hose 20c for 35c Gentlemen's Belts. 35c for 50c and 75c quality Belts. Men's "White Duck Pants, worth $1.50, now 75c Men's Separate Pants, taken from suits worth up to $20 $1.75 All Men's Suits worth up to $12, light or dark colors, summer or me dium weijrkt. Now All Men's suits up to $16.50, lined, half lined, skeleton; serges, cheviots, tweeds, etc. Now All Men's Suits up to $22.50 a wide choice of style and material splendidly made. Now All Boys' Suits, with Long Pants, ages 15 to 19 worth up to $10. Now All Boys' Long Pants Suits worth up to $15 choice of ma t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

'-'ie-sjt- "r TBB MOHNXNGF T13EJ5, SUM" DAT, AUGUST 8, 1897. "-- -"i" 'rtiyk-C a "- SSIontlny Hcglns the Fiflh Week of tbo Sale of the Continental Cloth- Iti Co.'s itoclc of lieu' ami Boy'a Clotldnz and Furnishings at llnHX'iIoe. t iill B The filit for jour patronage has been sharp and "hot." We were bound to keep our cnd uP We had to do lots of plaia talking-. So manJ others were talking making promises that theY couldn't and didn't hack up in a vajn effort t d.stract your attention from us. The result speaks for itself. We got the crowdsall(i kept them from the very start nd the others might just as well have saved their wasted Printers' ink. You know a good thing when VOu see it you knew that the Continental Clothing Co.'s stock was all brand new you knew that it was the most magnificent and best selected stock of Clothing ever brought to Washington and you have given, this sale the stamp of your approval by the most gigantic buying ever recorded in this store. The Continental lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

HzZZJb THE HOBNIRG TIOJS, FWDAir, AtfGTTSf 189 RAMBLERS jPPW 1 of tkJLS. A." fV i Hot Weather Bargains J Wlv ur custoniers tell us " no better W I W m Nv Wheels have ever been built than H I I &L m n tle ' amers'" We have been fH gll!k x H able to procure a few of these from W jtZ$Tfrrhi our facor7 n 23 and 25-inch frames W ' Wj(r r fcTart an( are homing them at prices vary- W rfjW " fvn FwPill iQg f rom 35 to $45 '95 frames only, ' ill fwff? !$ flyEI however; the balance tires and all ' - III I IrW IS' II m8SfS are '7 style. We also have a few mil 'lffl I! ii Boy's and Girl's Ramblers, low 1 w&ffiilirAiil WwL frames, and. 26-iuch wheels, at $40 l i " I fffifl "1 au $5, exactly the same finish as 'H IB I W our '97 goods. These goods formerly 1 i l y sold at $100. !' WV y Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co., n A 1325-1327 14th St. N. W. i , S& Dotcn-lown Agency, 429-31 Tenth Street Northwest.' iggi Rf CAP! TALWH W ATHLEfTES W, It lb very gratifying to bis many friends here an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

I- ,"ggp"-" Trir "Ssf-t-", vj- v &imc (MOKSING, EVEXIKG AX SUNDAY,) JiV The Washington Times Company. STILSON IIUTCHINS. President HuTCiriNS Building. Hew Tcrit Office: 2000 Tract BnUdinp. SunscKirxiox Bates. MONTHIT." BY CAH2IEIU Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning nnd Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Su'.day..-. Thirty-live Cents nvr mail. One Year, Mom,, Eva and Sunday, $5.00 Six Months, " 3.00 Three Months, " " " "' 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.06 Six Months, " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Uhree Months, " ' " 1-25 Sunday only, one year. 100 Orders by mall must bo accompanied by subscription price. Teliu'HONES: Editorial Booms, 4SG; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for Vic xacck ended Saturdaij, August 7, 1S97, was as follows: Sunday, August 1, 25.700 ilonday, August 2 .....40,1)84 Tuesday, August S. 41,258 Wednesday, August 4 41,224 Tliursday, August ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

THE .QSlSrDTG TTOT&y r gUlTD AY, ATJGWST 8, 1897. f THETRUTH AS TO KLONDIKE Expert Spurr, of the Geological Survey, Mates Report. HUNDREDS OF MILES OP GOLD An Accurate Description of tho Hivcrs and Crcclti Which Have Shown Good Itidlcntlonis The Great Rubli Since August, VMi, Ha Lell aiuuy Kieh Field. Thcrenort or Mr. J, Edward Spurr.of the Geological Survey , who conducted a party of cxploraPon through the valley of the Yukon during the nuuiraer of 189(5 was made public yesterday Much of the mat ter contained In title, report has already found it way into print, as Geologist Spurr prepares an abstract of tltts report in obedience to a resolution of the Senate adopleu .February 1 last, calling for a re port of the results of the .work of the Geo logical fiurwy m Alaska during the season or 1396. The -fall report Is a voluminous docu ment and will be transmitted to the Pub lic Printer in a few days. It sets forth that -the latest excitement in the Yukon country occurred during th...

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

"JJ' - ""- 8 C .''& S &WV& 0 5 Laiisbursh & Bro. i MONDAY shoppers will find two great sacrifices in our Wrap per and SKlrt Deparimeut. THIS WRAPPER Reduced to . . 89c This neat house gar ment, made of fine qual ity percale in prelty, light shades of blue, pink and green, with separate body lining to the waist. Prin cess back, full front, with fancy braid forming bo lero jacket. The new style sleeve, with deep French cuff. A neat collar, extra wide skirt, full Iength.with deep hem. ALL SIZES IN STOCK. This $1.00 Skirt Reduced to 79c This elegant Walking Skirt, made of fast black French satine, full um brella style, with deep, double flounce, finished with rows of fine cording and shirring. Gored at the top on a French yoke, with draw string. Lengths, 38, 40 and 42. Come right along: tomorrow morning: early and get yours. There will be a rush for these, and you ought to get yours among the first. g 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. Wolff Cookers. Ko need to wacte coal and su...

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