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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

S(.. vfj.; "TELE MOKNIKG TIMgS,SUKDAT, AUGUST 8, 1897. 1 A. -" SCiaiMD ITTEy FT U JfflSDM Incendiaries Ag; in Try to Fire the Andersen Residence. J3AVED AS BY A MIRACLE Coal Oil Used to Saturate :i TVinduw f.111 Tire in Hoom Under Sleri--V'lng Girls A PuMlJle Clciv to ,tlie Discovery of the Persistent Firenog.. X second attempt to burn the reidenceof B."VV. Anderson, the well-known commission Merchant, was made Friday night, and but for the timely awakening of ilr. Anderson the conflagration would have endangered tho lives of Uie members of the household and destroyed, the property in the iciulty. The Anderson house is a large brick dwelling. No. 1001 B street southwest. "When the family retired Friday uisht a large oil can was left, as usual, ou the kitchen window Burins the night Mr. Anderson fancied that be heard a uoiss in the yard, but not hearing it repeated, he went to sleep. About midnight he again awoke and this time he emelled bmoke. UasUly arising he ran into the next roo...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

stvt''f,'i3'"' ,,!?6:frf-ycS:'5 '.. -fSjV 3. - 10 , THE MOBNEfrGr TIMES, SUNDAY. AUGUST 8, 1897. IG values here at all times. Spe cially big ones just now. i off on Men's Suits. i off on Yonths' Suits. rA off on Bicycle Suits. 53 off on all Shoes V off on Straw Hats. All small lots of Children's Short Pants Suits and Separate Pants half price;. Robinson & Cilery Co., 12tli and F Sts. N. W. &JKSai. trTiii City Brevities. The authorities of W6t Vir.jlr.Ja lia.v oncrcd a tOatue of Senator McKenna as a .State gift to Statuary Hall. Tbc sculptured figure of Frank P- Blair, llibb'juri's itnilrilratlon to Statuary Hall, was shipped iHst week .aud will airive la this Hty on Mcnday. I'pon the recommendation ot the police trial board the charges or conduct unbe coming an officer have been diMuhsed against Private E. T.Jack Mr. M. B. Latimer, who has been ill for the last three montlis, Is still confined at his Ihtop. and Is almost helpless from the effect rheumatism. Four Chinamen In ...

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

- -JVi- .$ j-SS-fc'- Chttt -s 3. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY 3lORNING, AUGUST 8, 1897. "isvlj iv - i : He . ,Pages -D-D rjgD8- ! ::::::::;():;:;::iiii'.- Shoe Profits Given Away ! during this great "MIDSUMAtER CLOSING OUT SALE" of ours and that's notall; we are even selling many Shoes for a great deal less than we could buy them for our selves today- We want to open the fall season witli only entirely new Shoes, and we are not letting money Ios-ses stand in the way to accomplish our purpose. The daily increase of our sales is the best proof oC the genuiness of our prices, and this week shall prove the most attract ive of the entire sale. ' m Ladies' Bicycle Leggins The bcstfilUnc ones to be had. JO-oz. Canvas, black, dark and light brown, 00 r qualities. f Cn THIS WEEK lUU Covert Cloth, or .Net Canvas, biacg brown or pray. THIS WEEK All-wool Jersey and Corduroy, 51 qualities THIS WEEK ..25c .49c Only the kinds that will iveiiraiid clvo uerlVcf com- Comfortable n ,- p, lot t lotlic feet. No U...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

THE MOENINGTIMJIS, SUNDAY, AUGUST4 8, 1897. 12 THE HAII08AL EDDGATOSS Successful Effort Making to Hrm the Association Here. Intercoms Ua-ines 31eetlnff of the Subcommittee -Transportation ItUtCte TMhCHfeSOCU lEatlsfactory reports are being made of contributions to wnrdlheeiitertainment here ot the National Education Aoclatiou, Tvhlch, it lb hoped, will meet In tills city next hummer. This association has been Invited here by the Couimifiaoners, and -when the delegates to the Milwaukee con vention from this city returned they un dertook to make arrangements foe the reception of the convention. A. conimtltocor 100. witn subcommittees, was apiwiuted. The latter hue already done a good deal of work. They met last Saturday and made partial reports, Eiucc which time the work has progressed The Mibcommtlteea met again jesteraay, UKte present being Col. Henry P. Blount, Chairman; S. AV. Woodward, Thomaa .W. Smith. Mrs Sara A. Spencer, Albert M. Head, Mi&s Anna Tohnan Smith. S. B. liege....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

THE 31QIi$XNG 7, i him nT TIMES, SUNDAY, .AT7GTJST 81897. 13 MONTY '.VATTED AM) TO LOAN. MONEY. TO LOAN- -A NEW rLAN JflO TO S1.000 TO LOAN. OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PL1N0S, ORGANS, HORSEB, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession ol owner. We can otter you tlie LOWEST RATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will receive the money within a tew hours after making applica tion for It. Payments on the principal, of any amount, "will be lecelved at any time, wtiieli will lessen cost ot Joan. . Please call for further information. , CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., au7-tt 002 F bt. nw. "WANTED sino for CO days; gilt-edge se curity and large bonus given to part7 responding immediately. Address IMME DIATELY, this office. au5-3t-em 1-OANS rrom $5 to$50 to reliable parties; also money advanced on bicycles. Room H, Central Bldg., cor.Oth and la. ave. nw. au&-7t "WANTED Anyone furnishing me "with 51 .COO for the Klondike country. I "will give them liair of the receipts of the mine...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

V ! TH3S MpByjJSTG TIMES. .SUNDAY, AUGrUST & 1897. &- i5T " SS?" "? HfiKBPSSSKBrio'!l Jfk Jv, JC tfi this oyer since the world began. Most true, HKasllPSSl! A-wrasv nA .ff m M Vk 7 JS but only the exceptionally clever girls S2liscil? VtfTflre. v&brfjSW3. SJ Vif . m VHf bom with a reasonable amount of beauty JBSflP t&Nvw Nkvt -JifLj yv ii ta H and an uuroasonable amount of brains. IBByr i Xsssfflt ! 'n?P!??ai6f?syBBBB3Pi Tlie vltal piuc tlie new arc is timt anv m ill K slm JUffll Iff ifKSflMHHI a SH AAy THE ORDER OE CHRISTIAN HELPERS. Slakes a Specialty Trained Nark ing lor tlie Poor. Vow Toifc...7.-TIl a sisterhood that may ita a l wer ""T Mb dtt rc inn-tSTe as tho.e of I Kister et charity. B-t its von are not ,' T -Vtthr . . tu irdcr of the uuris- tbe .-40K pom. - - . ,.., ncies ban "'der-vman -Dr. Arnold 11. C0n' 4cd trUined rmta iwled trainca u uSTsirt-r LyH at " Augusta a tVev are iw failed, responded. The two pueias of the el and bX tfediod thHt, to be Mieceful....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

THE MORNXNG TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGHJST 181. 15 The Woman TEE WINTER JACKET. New York, August 7 The cloak-makers Lave lia a convention. The object f Uie nceling has nothing Jo do llli stilkes or sweat lopsnor onythingeKeofa philan thropic nature. The matter to be dis cu cd was the Inch oa the end of the winter Jacket. 1 his teeming!)- triv.al sub ject lias assumed an international import uice from the fact that Uie French and the American manufacturers cannot agree upon Uie mea&mements. There are the "Twentj-four inch-era," "who 4eireseat extienie conservatism, the "Thirty inch-era," or radicals., and the Twentj-se'.cn inch-cifc," who inclnio to medium ground, and aie wining to com promise. l$ut the eliemictb say tLej will have no compron-lsfc.aadaa a lebulltheie will lie absabdelj no conect criterion to go liy in the selection or a winter wiap. The uinuufacturcra wnlleeltheii "way very carefully, testing popular taste until some accident tnrna the tide in their faor, and iiicanwhile...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

;?M;i" 16 THE HqBJSTJNG TIESSUNDAT, AITGTJj&T 8, 1897 BRAINS AND BRAWN. AMUSrarENTS. ATMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. EXCURSION. 4 f (33S3X3SS3SXISSSGXXSX3SS333G T Iiealrlsal Qossip. 1 Oil! Hr 1 It is truly nmusing the persistency -with vvMoh the theater of this city decline to does. "I here was the promise of an hiatus three weoks ago, but the Columbia bravely announced auotber wek ot stock. Bond announced a -week at th National, and tiien purely the ond would come. But, no, ' "Tbe Marquis of Michigan" comes for ward, and Bond doubles bis time. And now that both the National and the Co lumbia say funs, our old friend Kernan'a throws its doors open. The theater, like the poor, we have always with us. The uptown theaters ar all glad of the resplt. and noine wihh thf j hadn't tempted the iuinmcr fates,. The Lafayette did the wipe Hung. It fchut off opera whlin thov wore makinir money, and the next week the thermometer went up twenty de grees. The Bond nam has been anything but what Mr. B....

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

THE MOENHSG TIMES, StOTDAY, AUGUST 8, 189T. i IT r p.1? NEGRO !; . a& !3$$Sx& s 2 of the t&& $&$ Sx JOSEPH CONRAD o TART I. 4Mr. "fi;il:er, chief "mate of the ship Nat clsua, stepped in on liide out oL his flighted cnUn into the darkness or ihe iluarttiiHUvCk. Ahove his head, on the lreak of the poop, the night watchman rang 41 douWe stroke. It was 0 o'clock. Mr laker, speaking up lo the man ar-ove hlni, ashed, 'Are all The hands aboard. Knowloj.? The man luuped down the ladder, thwi said, -deliberately: ! think to. olr.v All our old cliaps are there, and a lot of new nun Juts Vomc. They must an oe-uiere. "Tell the Ixiatswaln to bend all hands alt," -went on Mr. Baker, "and tell one of the youngsters to bring a good lamp here. 1 want to muster our crowd.' "The ma in dec k was tUrk af l , hut hal f way Tttrtn Torwawl, il.ro ugh the open doors or the rotecasi! two trcaks of brilliant liglit cut the fhadow of Uw quiet nighs that lay upon the hhip. A hum of .oic&...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 August 1897

u"-'- THE CORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1897. 18 It Is very reposeful and charming to bnsk I la the hazy lights of the distant last cen tury. It is near enough to be actual; far enough to luivc taken on the indistinctness of romance and the possibilities of pic turesqucnesx. One may dwell in it ab in dreams and the fictionist with skill "who dips his pen in its inks may make tracings exquisite and desirable. Little. Brown & Go., of Boston, have on their lists several of. these stories, grounded on the facts of one hundred years ago, and embellished with itb ropiantic lights and shade. There is II n. Good win, whocharnu'duw in her" White Apions," The Head of a Hundred' and "The Co lonial Cavalier;" jjr George R. R- Rivers, whose "Governor's Garden" found vnrm expressions ol approval for Its story value -and hirforinalexactitudeln narrating events in thecarcsror Gov. Hutchinson, and wliose new story, "Captain Fbays," claims our present attention, and Mr. George Bridges "Rodney,...

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

ly-'&r t,"&ynr-, TMJ-cJ The oJrcalatlon of The Sunday Times tvqh 23,459 Copies. 1 Daily average last wcelr, 45,237 Copies. - V WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tmt For the District of Columbia, partly cloudy "weather; warmer; variable triads. IND. 1,237. WASniSTGrTOST, MONDAY MOROTN Gr, AUGUST 9, 189T-SIX PAGrE3. OIXE CEJ5TT. ;--' mt 11 QUESTIQNJF HONESTY EreryMy Bas a Different Stan- dard of Honesty. WHERE TO DRAW THE LINE Unyer fc Pcttit's Idea ol! Honesty 31d.v Be Different From the Gen eral Hun, But They Believe That . It Is the Right One. "With most people business honesty 1b a tiling apart from honesty In private life ir they can get the best ot you on a business deal they think it good meichan uisiug. Mayer & Pettft's methods are different They believe that honesty is the first principle of busines.fi. They never misrep resent facts "What they Kay and what they-advertlse can be relied upon implicitly. They are always prepared to back up their assertions. They would no more ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 August 1897

' -&?. Sr - THE 3VfOT?yiyG TIMJSS, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1897. SOCIETY WEDDED TO POKER Matrons and Maids Alike Indulge ia llie National Game. CONGRESSMEN ITS PATRONS -The .TncJc Pot und the Ten Pot Go -Hand-.-K-TTurid i Uppcr-Temlom Society Buds Atunug the Expert l'olier Parties to the Suburbs Taker playing In "Washington society amounts io a fine art. The devotees or the game nre-to be enu merated in overpowering numbers among those who occupy "the seats oftbe mighty.'' Thai Congressmen should indulge in a vast amount or poker playing is not a mut ter of astonishment, either in or out of Washington- imt that the fashionable wom en or the pity should be given over to poker playing, with in many cases, In definite limits for the Jack po;s, is matter to mate the thoughUul pause and do consid erable thinking. Time was, or course, when our grand mothers and their grandmothers berore them, played all ntghl. ban tiling tlie cards by tlie light of sputtering dips. It would fceem that the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 August 1897

THE 3IORKIKG TIMES, HQKDAT, AUGUST 9t .1897. a i if , ' ONE! OF AHGIENT DATE Valuable Collection iii the Posses sion of Eiias Matter. One of Them Is a Moorish Syrncnsau Cola of 480 B. C "Wishes to Sell Them. EUnsInttex, formerly a banker at Cairo, Egjrnu, i stopping at 1651 Math street uotthwost, and he has with him a wonder ful colleotion of rare coins and antique Jewelry, which be "wants to sell to the Government for exhibition at the Sniith Eonlan Institution. Twelve or fifteen sears ago wben Arab Pasiiaand his Moslem followers massacred nearly all theChristians in bit. territory, Mr. Jtnttor was compelled to desert his bank and flee for his life. He took with liim bis valuable collection, the work of a lifetime, and arter many adventures succeeded in escaping. He went to Europe and finally came to this city. He has a number of letters of Introduction from prominent archaeologists in New York and other cities, and i6 accompanied by Dr. A. J- Arbeely, t-dltor of the Kawab ot Ameri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 August 1897

K'i "'" THE MOKfllJSTf TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1897. Eimctf (MOUKIXG, BVEXIXG ASD SUNDAY.) 1IV The Washington Times Company. ETILSOX HUTCrilNS, President. HUTCIHSS IlUILCIXG. Sew Tcrk Cffice: 2000 Tract Building. SnnscitiPTiOK Rates. Monthly, by Carkieii: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday. .-.Thirty-live Gents Evening and Suuday.... lliirty-iivo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, S3.00 Six Months, " ' " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.06 Six Months, " " 2.25 Three Monihs. " " " 1.23 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, ' 44 '" 2.25 Three Months, ' " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year.... 1.03 Orders by wail must be accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Hooms, 4SG; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement. Tlie circulation of The Times for the wecJt ended Saturday, August 7, 1SS7, was as follovcs: Sunday, August 1 2S.7G0 Monday, August 3 40.9S4 Tuesday, August S. 41.258 Wednesday,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 August 1897

,- -j-v-f ,e '-c a J.-JUJB 3iOKCN6r TIMES, SiOKDAT, AUGUST 9, 1897. ;, ,;"!S-iS i fQaasaasQssfisscatirasQiSQTs Xn!bur; & Bro. 0 Upholstery Department, g Values for Two Days Only g 1-5 C3 fc2 0 &. I? 0 8 0 a t 43 S 1 lot Hat and Coat Racks, g with o aitjustable liool, 10c. each, or 3 for 25c. g 1 Jot Oalc Slivlves, $ Willi Towel Itnclcs at- lachctl, just tlic tlilnjr g ior tlieiiatliroom- :5ecacli fil 1 lot "Electric" JFur 0 iiiturc Polish, positive g lytliebe&t . , 5c bottle Hot Wire Scree for g ivinows,sizel7iiicIies Jg, suljubtnblc Irom ff J to &ices wide; were 20c . 3Tow 15c eaeli 2 1 lot Wire Screens for & widows,size 23 inches t? 2 higrli, "adjustable from t 29 to 3G Inches widt'; 3 g were 450c.. Sow 25c each 0 a 1 lotScreeu doors, In g dark wood, covered g with black "wire, com- 3 0 plete io hang; were S 5 90c - - - XowGOceaeh g 1 lot Fancy Screen g g Doors, natural iiiiuVh, 0 covered with blade wircconiplctctoliang; g were $1.29 - . w $1 each P Hot "JSIcct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 August 1897

THE JiOKlTCKGr TIMES, koDAY, AUGUST 9, 1897. e ::::::::::::::;:::::! The Busy Corner, 8th and Market Space.. ::::::::::::::;;:;:;:: :: :::: :: Buy ail you can today of the Continental Cloth ing Co.'s stock of finest men's and boj's clothing. You will never have such another opportunity. Just think of it! The handsomest most stylish and most desirable suits, trousers and furnish ings made up this season are going- at precisely half price. Get in tcdav. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO. Clothiers, 315 Seventh St. City Brevities. Etationkcper Butler, of the Second pre cinct, 1-as returned to his duties. Policeman Cooper, of Use Second pre cinct, ib confined to hi" home as the re fcultof a xprained ankle. - "Pcodlc" Canto, a co'crcd south, -was locked up at No 8 nation Saturday night charged -with plajing craps. The residents of Anacortia are complain Jng cf a mo.ioub odor arising fioni tho iwage In the Eastern Branch. John Smith, a colored laborer, spent last night in a cell at No. 8 Mation, a...

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

I pH" "m " i-3?t 4&""v iJ'--K Th9 Circolatiqa of THE TIME3 Te3t3rday VEATUR PROBABILITIES. sy For the District of Columbia. local showers, southeasterly -winds. WAS KO. 1,23S. WASniKGKTOT, TUESDAY MOMIN&, AUGUST 10, 189T EIGH.T PAGKR3. OsTE CEJST. Qfcti0 mi 44,067 CO VIES . . . IT MS II MISTAKE Mayer & Pcllit Are Willing to Ac knowledge Any Mistakes They Make. ACGIDENTS WILL HAPPEN Although They Try Their Best to Live Up to All? They Advertise They Are Not Proof Agnlust Will fal Misrepresentation. 'It happened three weeks ago. They advertised .a Parlor Suite for $33.28, and. as usual, the public responded, w4th the result that many suites were Bold. They now find that the damask used to cover the uuites was no good; that It fadeb as soon a tlie light strikes it, and that it was or cheap quality. They do not -willingly put out anything they cannot implicitly rely upon: there fore, they wish all who have bought these unreliable tulles to bring them batik and their money wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 August 1897

,J" r THE MOENINGrTIM-ES, TUESDAY, JLUaTJST 10, ivvr. HQLOS I POSTSL JOBILEE Brightwood Park Revels in Fire works, Music and Melons. MAN! PATRIOTIC SPEECHES Resolution; of Tlinulc to the Pust ofOoe Deportment for th Great Victory Over Briglitwood Bury ing tUc Hatchet A Citizens, As bociaJlon Formed; Bright-wood Park licld Its postal jubilee last night, and celebrated Iu victory over Brightvxod-wMioratory,gunpQwdcr,nHi!c and applause. The countryside -was rlotoua with the tiuts of the elated vlctois and the taiosa of bombs. The triumphant rookets -.rhlcii hissed upward froinBrigkt- v.'fd Park stretched tlicr red tongues Into the!ftdieful shado wsof the vauqimhed village or Briglitwood. Many city people wnat out to attend the Jubilee, but tne faaes of Bnghtwood people were not I reseatln overwhelming numbers, and thel? voices did not mingle in the chorus of ji raise. The new postoJTice was radiant in pa triotio banting. One great American en bign wak draped aoross its front and smalle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 August 1897

-t -w- r;S ,-jj. tHE MORNI-STGr TIMES, TUESDAY, AU&TJST 10. 1897. GMOVIS' BOO! EMBALMED Continued from First Page, "He Just played to the end his part. If Bpain gets another like Canovas It may remain a monarchy. I'm afraid Ills suc cessor will be too timid to take the risks or a policy flue Canovas" CUBANS TAKE ESPEKANZA. Second Time Tiicy Have llnided the Town Witliiu n Month. Ilava na, via Key "West, Aug.9. The town of Esperanza.in Santa Clara proi ince, was attacked by the insurgents labt week for the becondtinie wltliin a month. The gar rison made a blight resistance, Wiling one Cuban soldier and wounding heveral others, but surrendered arter half an hour. The in surgents Wurc in the town from 8 p. in. to 4 a. m. ajid Backed all the stores, securing a large amount of clothing", drugs and money. All the Spanish guerrilla forces In the town joined the inburgenr forces with their arms and ammunition. Gen. Montaris, commanding 2,000 Span ish isoldiers, arrived at Esperanzu one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 August 1897

TBI JMOKNIKGr TIMES, TUESDAY", AUGUST XO, 189t; fKmca (MOBKXKO EVEJTTXG ASD SCXHAY.) BY The Washington Times Company. STILSOU" HTJTCHINS, President. IIUTCHTSrS BUILDIKQ. Sew Terk Office: 2000 Tract Butldiajr. StJBSCEIPTION 31ATES. Mojcthi-y, Br Cabrieii: 3Iorniiig, Evening; and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents Evening and Suuday Thirty-five- Cents Br MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.00 Six Months, " " " " 3.00 Three Months, " ' " L75 One Yeas, Morning and Sunday 4.06 EixJiionUis, " - " " 2.23 Three Months, " ' " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, " ' " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. X00 Orders hy mail must ha accompanied hy Buhscription price. Telcimioscs: Editorial Hooma, 460; Business Office. lGiO. Circulation. Statement. The circulation of The Times for the teecJfc ended Saturday, August 7, 1S07, was as follows: Sunday, August 1. .,..... .....23,760 Monday, August S 40,934 Tuesday, August S. 41,258 "...

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