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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 August 1897

- K "J THE MOI5friK"G TIMES, TUESDAY, ATTGTI3T 10, J89T. O 3 ' 0 ay.'.'. o f lanslmrsh & Bro. You Might Only Need A Few Yards. It may be that you just want enough Lawn for a Waist, a Skirt, or for a child's Dress. We have marked down our beauti ful Lawns that have been good sellers at 8c, lOc and 1234c per yard all to 5c per yard Here is your chance. It's our loss, but we want to sell out ail the Lawns we have yet on hand, so as not 10 carry over one yard. This Is our custom OUR LAW no matter what the loss might be. J 420, 422. 424, 426 7th St. J Goods almost given away at Elsenmann'a Rebuilding' Sale, 800 7th St 10244928 Pa. Ave, HAHN'5 - ppi iaoi p A.T EITHER OF TnEItt TXt f THRKKKUSY STORE SHOES. ) HOUR SALES AT KING'S PALACE TOMORROW. 812-814 veuUi Street. SESSFORD CASE CONCLUDED Arguments of Attorneys on the Leral Points Involved. 'tThe Qni'stion T. "Whether Attempted Healing by Prayer Can Be Called I Pxactlee of Medicine. Arguments In the case of Bertha Sess ford, the fait...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 August 1897

; f-rf?1 THE 31 OB KING TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, ln CY SUM WHS US GAME The Long Pitcher Holds Phillies Down to Smii Hits. SENATORS HAVE AN EASY TIME They Find Orih EarJy in tlie Game nod Bunch Their Hits, Earning Four of the Five Huns Scored The Home Team Plays an Error leas Game. GAMES YESTERDAY. Washington, 5; Philadelphia, 2. York, 10; Boston, 4. Brooklyn, Hi; Baltimore, O. Pittsburg, 7; CineinnaU, 5 First ?ne. Cincinnati, 8; Pittshnrg, 1 Second Came. Chicago, 3: Louisville, 2. GAM US TODAY. Philadelphia at 'Washington. New Yorlr at Boston. Baltimore at Brooklyn. St. Lou in at Cincinnati. Pittsburg at Cleveland. Chicago at Louisville. W. L. Pet. Boston 60 28 .682 Cincinnati 56 30 .651 Baltimore.... 54 30 .643 New York... 52 32 " .619 Cleveland.... 45 43 .511 Chicago 44 48 .478 Philadelphia..42 48 .467 Pittskrg 41 48 .461 Brooklyn 38 48 .442 Louisville 41 52 .441 Washington... 32 55 .368 St. Louis 25 68 .269 With 'Cs' Swalm on the rubber, the Senators easily defeated ttie Philad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 August 1897

THK HOSTING TIMES, TCTESDAT, AUGUST 10, 1897. K MONEY WANTED A-ND TO LOA.W MONEY TO LOAN- -A NEW FLAN 1(1 TO $1,000 TO LOAN. ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, MORSES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC. wnuout removal from possessionor owner. We can orrcr you tlie LOWEST KATES and iSASltST TERMS. .No lelay, you will leceive tlio money "vvituln a lew hours after making appllra tion lor it. Payments on the principal, of any amount, v. ill be received at any time, which will lessen cost of loan. Please call Tor rurther Information. CAPITAL. LOAN GUARANTEE CO., au7-tf titi: F st. nw. LOANS rrom S5 to $50 fo reliable parties; also money advanced on bicycles. Room h. Central Bid::. , cor. 9th and l'a. ave. aw. au5-7t U.K. FULTON'S loanorflce. 1218 Fa. ave. cw., iaoney:cuned on watchea, diamonds, Jewelry, tllver ware, etc apl6-0m LOANS MAUii UNAPPROVED COLLAT eral, eus.li as lire policies, stocks, bouda, building nssocialiou shares, syndicate csr tiricates, etc No delav YEHKES &. EAKF.R, 111...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 August 1897

THE MOUNTING TIMES, TUESDAY, AUG-UST 10, 189T. CHOICE styles and best qualities of Men's and Youth's Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits and Men's and Boys' Shoes at V off of regular prices. All new, of this season's make, and guaranteed superior to any other ready-to-wear gar ments in town. Robinson & Cliery Co., 12th and F Streets N. W. Clothes, FurnlfililnzK, H:itn, Shoes. City Brevities. Dr. J?. O. Mannakpe left yesterday on a trip to TeiincEsee and Kentucky. The Cnpitnl Railway Company has been netted V) remove its trolley pjla-s to the pinper line on Xichols avenue George E. Garrett was yesterday ap p .nted superintendent of constraoUon of the new Chevy Chase m1ioo1 building, at a vompensat'on of $4 per day. A nrandial'b Jury -will be appointed to abbess th valuation of lands belonging to J M. and M. L. Curran, J. M. ryles, Goigc 2 Burrows and William Britt, the ha dc being noce.sary for the widening of Aibonsnile btreet. 51. P. Barnard, sixty years old, fell at the u?rner or...

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

- - - - - H f f It mt- ig ML 2BiL J pmTrtr!yTfct , i ilW ii l iJUgWBSaSS5 What. Th8 Circulation of THHMSJ YwfardV WEATHIK PROBABILITIES. was For Ibe District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, generally fair; tooler north westerly wJnds- . "" .. "' nro. 1,239. WASIHKGrTOSr, WEDNESDAY MOKXING, AUGrTJST 11, 189T EIGH.T PAG-ES. OlTE CEJST. 11 SUPREME MOMENT Will flie Death of Canovas Mean Triumph for the Radicals? 01 HE WAY TO 101 THE LAST RESORT, SWEPT 6? wind m m A Furious Forty-Minute Storm of Thunder and Ligbtnin. Body of Spain's Dead Premier Taken From Santa Agueda. SAGASTA HIS PROBABLE SDCRESSOB THE QUEEN REGENT'S SORROW CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE tube a014 COPIES 1 An Entire Change of SpainVs Cuban Policy LiRely to Bo the ltcnlt. All truebcarted Americans are longing to sec Cuba free and they roll lejoice to liear or Senor Sagasta's being made premier of t-i)ain. He Ik said to be a humane man, "with the people Inteiest at heart, and would most probably puta stop tolhealroeltiesin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 August 1897

THE MOBNINGr TIMES, ftSED&ESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1897 2 E01 OUT OF BUSINESS Kational Bank of the Republic to Wind Up Its Affairs. ACTION1 ENTIRELY VOLUNTARY Ouc of the Oldest nud Best Lilted Institutions" In the CityHand Mjuio Profit? for Me.ssrs. Wood--vard aud Purkcr Admit Buying; Lcmou Stock Intending to Close. The National Bank of tbe Republic, one of the tldct and- best liked banking Insti Jation8 in the city, will go into voluntary Lqnidation today. At a meeting of the troakhfllders yesterday, called by tbe board of directors to consider the proposition of going Into liquidation, a resolution was adopted by a vote of 1,937 of tbe (shares, no dissonting vote being cast that the bank should not go into liquidation, trie date ttlng fixed for August 11, today. Several of the owners of small lota of cloak are not in the city who would have voted for the liquidation, and it may be Kitd practically that the vote was uuam niosb and that none of the shareholders erc opposed to it Tiit a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 August 1897

"V (jfEK" V "-r THE XuiiNXNG TIMES, WEPNEStBAY, ATJQ-TJST 11, 1897. 3 $. j- - -a?- i ept-- MERRY POSIJi RAGES Brightwood Citizens Begin a Boycott on the New Postoffice. GET THEIR MAIL BY "BEARER" Citizens of the Vanquished "Village Organize u Privnte 3IaiI Service Ketwcen tilts Old aud Xcw Of fifes Street Car Company Talies a TInnd. A further mix-up between Brightwood and Briglitwood. Park is to be reported The aqgel of peace -which has been flitting between Bright-wood and Brightwood Park has taken flight, and a demon of hate walrzcs.ir. its btead The-postoffiee right, which seemed to have subsided, has broken out in a more virulent form. The placid uess whirl; has been reported in Bright wood and Brightwood Park during the last clay and a half has been ruthlessly ilmttereJ and irrevocably smashed. It was the calm that came before the ftorm. Monday niglitBrightwood Park celebrated its victory in" securing the removal of the site of the liostoffice from Brightwood to Brightwood Park...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 August 1897

THE MQUNrPTfr TIMES, .WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 189T.r QSmed (boesisg, evkxixg asd suxd.vt.) The Washington Times Company. STILSOX HUTCHIXS, President Hurcmxs B0rL"DDO. ITew York Office: 2000 Tract Bnlldlnjr. Sunsciurxiox Bates. Monthly, nr CAnr.iEn: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sun day.... Thirty-five Cents Br aiAiL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 55.00 Six Months, " " " 3.00 Tlrce Mouths. " " ' " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " L25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Telkphoxes: Editorial Booms, 486; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement. TIte circulation of The Times for the week ended Saturday, August 7, 1S97, was as follows: Sunday, August 1 . 25,700 Monday, August S 40.9S4 Tuesday, August 3.... 41,258 Wednesday, August 4... 41,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 August 1897

""?' i J "fy;r,i"t THE MOBNIKG TIMES, WJKDNESDATf, AUGUST 11, 1897. )9GQOQQOQOQQQOSOQSQ Iiaiislmrgrli & Bro. w Wrapper, made of fine linen lawn, with fitted waist lining, Princess back, full front,. with, wide straps over shoulders neatly trimmed with three rows of white braid and small buttons, Man dolin sleeves, turn-over col lar, skirt five yards wide, full length, with deep hem. Your size is here. QsAuiftmOiei. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. rc eV1"1 "ifc ii5 Pl5 S'SKSSQ r adies' sloo S.Q t Lawn Wrappirs, nrw'Vr" E ! , .v ., rrl -l ? - tCC Till St-. 1021- isenmann s, i9pa.Ave. HOUR SALES AT KING'S PALACE T03IORJ10W. 812-811 s-veiith Slrret. SSSSSCSSSSSQ "Cold Wave." Don't -wait Tor the "cold wave" $3 it will be Wav behind time tniB a year. Buy an Electric Fan and C phone Ufa to turn on the current- 43 8 B U. S. Electric Lighting Co., K 213 14th fit. nw. 'Phone 77. 0 IS GQssQ3SS?BtJCSSt?S3Stsa3SSSQ HAHN'S " DPI I API P (AT nmiKB. OF THEIU 5HOE5. ) RESTORING THE VETERANS The Secre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 August 1897

-- s - .J 6 THE MOUNTED TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1897 ' -jr- TDGKEfl WIS IE GIVE Bis Terrific Drive in (lie Tenth Goes Info the Bleachers. SENATORS BUNCH THEIR BITS iTficld Pitches Good Hall Until the Eighth, "When the Senators Malce n Rally nt tlte Mat nnd Tie the Score Mauy Brilliant Pluys Stal II rigs Eccoinos Brutal. GAMES YESTERDAY "Washington, 7; Philadelphia, G Ton innings. Boston, 1; Xew Yorlr, O. Baltimore, O; Brooklyn, 3. Baltimore, 3; Brooklyn, 3 Dark ness. Dincinnatl, 8; St. Louis, 0. Cleveland, !); Pittsburg, 5. Chicago, 1G; Louisville, G. GAMES TODAY. Philadelphia at 'Washington. Baltimore at Brooklyn Two games New York at Boston. St. Louis at Cincinnati. Pittsburg ar Cleveland,. Chicago at Louisville. StLcuis 25 69 .266 Oh, Tom Tuckerl You and your home run bat are to tlie royal rooters of Washington just what twins arc to a loving grandfather. Thomas was a hero yesterday. lie bad been bitting the ball bard from tbe seventh inning, and wben be -went to tbe bat In ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 August 1897

TH JtfOBJTiya JTIJA3ES, iWEPJ&ES D AY, AUGUST 11, 1B9T. -- DRUMMER CRAZED BYflRM Oliver Holmes, of Philadelphia, Raves in His Cell .Arrested for Drunkenness, He la Released, Returns to the Sta tion and Become. Violent. a uOliver C 3Iolniea, a representatlve-of n. large riiiladelplila tea house, and wlo lies, been stopping at the St. James Hotel, this city, b'-came temporarily iusane yes tcrday, and last night was extremely vio lent when juaced Jx. a cell at tho First precinct fetation. He was arrested oa Mon day evening by Patrolman Hollluberger on theehatgc of drunkenness, butltaeemslbnt it -was the result of his mental tioubls. When rsL:at.ed early yesterday murjiingit was noticed that lie acted queerly, but it Avas supposed to be due to the nervous condition following u drunk. After raising a fccene on Pennsylvania avenue Ilolmes went back to the station bouse aod began to demand that he tio thown the .patrolman who arrebU-d hint Fo violent did his acthmb become that Jt was f...

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

n THE OtfOTSTGr TIMES, VEDNJE-SD AUGUST fft 180?.' CHOICE) styles and best qualities of Men's and Youth's Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits,, and Men's and Boys' Shoes at 3' off of regular prices. All new, of this season's make, and guaranteed superior to any other ready-to-wear gar ments in town. Robinson & Chery Co., 12tli and F Streets N. W. Clothes, Furnishing, lints. Shoes. Mmt& City Brevities. The Woodlcy Lane Bridge lias teen given -a new coat of paint. WoiJmiOn are kept busy petting cutfctone In Gilbert's. Quarry, along the Canal read, for the ne-v Jo. -1 pier of the Aqueduct Bridge A large tree which, was obstructing the sidewalk near tl.e corner of Twenty-ninth and Q btrcecs northwest was rttnoed yesterdnj. Pensions "were granted to citi7ens of Hie Ulttnct yeM.erday as follows: John H. Blades, Brookland.and Edward Gaverly, Washington Gon. O. Li Spauldwg, Assistant Sccre tary or the Treasury, has gone to his home in SIkhlg&n for a two or three week vacation. ,1a ...

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

f -". "V The Circulation of THE TIMES Ye3lerday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the Blstrict or Columbia, Maryland,' and Virginia, fair; northwesterly -winds. WASmBTGrTOK", THUESDAY ALORSTCNG-, ADJUST 12, 189T EIGKRT PAGES. OlSTJE CJ3J5TT. ISO. 1,240. r- i i mht Elmen COPIES ONLY II BMRa QRSfi But a Friend of the People Just the Same. A ME OF GLADNESS TO MAM Washington Polks Disdain tlie Humble Dago "Who Musics for .Them, Hut Nevertheless the Music 2s Iilkc&a Breuth of Fresh, Air to the'jonl of the Hotue-Stuyers. ' "Sweet Marie" and similar songs have soothed many an aching heart. The heart that is suffering the torture oMoss or failure must keep its peace, and bout to higher flights. He either fears his fate too much. Or his desert is small; "Wno fears to put it to the touch, To win or lose it all. ' Mayer & Pettit, with their great double Eore and annex, Nos 415-117 Seventh Ftreet, are glad to compare themselves with the humble street piano, for they, too, have a mission in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 August 1897

.3i3w"f";--yi-" -f yr;TB,je9-wpi THE MOPNINGr TJMJTS.-TIIUllSDAT, AUGUST 12, 1897. sjas. 2srpK? tvwk jsp-" .J5gwc raw's13 TIE MEXICO GOES Struck West Devil's Reel, Not Far From Sitka. ALL THE PASSENGERS SAVED Arrive in Seattle on Steamship TopeJin Tell Harrowing Tales of Disaster That Have Befallen the Gitl&rvckoxt on the "Way to the Klondike Diggings. Vldoriu, B C, Aug. 11. The steamer Topoka, which arrived lierc law evening. reiKjru tbat the steamer Mexico oa August 5, while going into Dixon entrance from RUfca during a lieavy fog at full speed, struck West Devil's Hock. After two hours the steamer sank in 500 fee o! water, Mem first Ttie captaiu exhibited creat coolness, and with the officers, did everything that w as possible Tbe passengers and crew were saved with ILoir bagcage in small ixrats. After row ing till midnight they nrrivedatMettlakala. Tbc time she struck is believed to be -i in Ibe morning. Tbc ship is a total low. Tbc passengers andcrew are on tbe Topeka. "Whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 August 1897

THE MQRNI-STGr TIMES, TJETURSQA, AU&UST 12, 1897. 3 11 WlflH FAMILY FIGHT Dissensions of Maryland Repul) licaus Give Hope to Democrats. SQUABBLING OVER PATRONAGE Senator Wellington in the Role of Dictator Has More Than One Itovioas Citi-sius to Contend Against l?eruunl Ambitions Jlay Wreck tho Pnrtv. Tl.e Maryland delegation in Congress is pulling at odds in the patronage question; tile mayoralty contest in Baltimore la stiii further Complicating the tJtuarion; the Contending arrant for Senator Gor man's wat in the Senate are quarreling over n prospective prize, and the disap pointed ofriceseekers are sticking the knifj up to the hilt into Senator Wellington. Taken from every point or view thesitua tion is encouraging foritlie Democrats and embarrassing to those who are endeavoring to engineer the Republican party to suc cess. The dihruption n the party goes back to the Senatorial elcctior.. The delegation is divided, with Senator 'Wellington and Hep rc-eatatives Mudd and Booze ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 August 1897

, -'t,-" THE MOHNINGr TIMESTHUKSDAT , AITGrlST 12, 1891 (MOKXIKfi. EVEXI2TG AND SU2TDA.Y.) The Washington. Times Company. STILSON HUTCIHNS. President. Htrccrrixs Buildikg. Sew Yerk Office: 2000 Tract Building. SuuscKirxiOK Kates. JIonthiy. by Cahbikh: Warning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-live Cents BY MA1I One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.00 Six Months, " " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " JL73 One Year, Morning and Sunday.. .... '4.08 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1-25 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year... 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by subscription price. TELiiriioxes: Editorial Rooms, 488; Business Office, 1640. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The TlitES for the week ended Saturday, August 7, 1S97, was us follows: Sunday, August 1 23,700 Monday, August 2 40.9S4 Tuesday, August S. 41,258 "Wednesday, August 4 41...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 August 1897

THE MOMINGTIMES, THjUBSDAY, AUGUST 12, 3897. K K JkansTmrgh &Uro. g C You Will Never a g Find Us Wanting 1 . Where values are con cerned we lead the pro cesslo'n. We are never in the rear. We don't wait, though, until the best patterns are picked out and giveyou the leavings, but we advertise bar gainsgenuine bargains. 5o a yard For your choice every yard of Printed Wash Fabrics, including Indian Dimity, Rosedale Organ die, Fedora Cord and Cerdelettes. some of the prettiest patterns ever shown this season still in stock. The Lawns always sold for 10c., 12c and 15c. fewjlfg 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. g E2 BRILLIANTIXE OQ SKIRTS !vJC E" , . -.. 9 . S36 th St.. 1921 isenmann Siir.ATe. HOUR SALES AT KING'S PALACE TOMORROW. S12-814 Seventh Street. HAHN'S ) dpi ur: r L AT eitiiku of theik . , t I THREE BUSY STOKES SHOES. ) SOCIETY NOTES. Thp young friends of Miss Mazy Robblns surprised her last evening by calling upon licr in a body and pre&entlug her with n very pretty little sil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 August 1897

ws "2?-j" - " --,r"j3rT -- - .t-cwt ejBglpHKS tf THE MORiyg TIMES, TJETEritSjDAY, AUGTJST 12, 1897 ' - Ft - V.-JN'5:sr:j?ft-tl.2Av' SENATORS WIS TIE TIB ilercer Pitches in Fine Form and Quakers Are Shut Ont. HIT DIM FOR ONLY FIVE BASES Brown ami O'Brien Score Home Huns Yin the Bleachers and the Whole Team Play the Game Ac cording to the LfOht Edition of. Baseball Ethic. GAMES YESTERDAY. "Washington, U; Philadelphia, 0. Boston, 7; New York, 5. Baltimore, 10; Brooklyn, 3 -First iitne. Baltimore, 13; Brooklyn, 3 Second pauie. Cincinnati, G; St. Louis, 5. Cleveland, 12; Pittsburg:, 0. Louisville, 5; Chicago, 4. GAMES TODAY. Brooklyn at 'Washington. Baltimore ut Philadelphia. Boston at "New York. Pcf .0S9 Cincinnati 58 30 .659 Baltimore.... 57 30 .655 New York... 52 34 .605 Cleveland.... 47 43 .522 Chicago 45 49 .479 Philadelphia..42 50 .457 Pittskrg 41 50 .451 Louisville 42 53 .442 1HH Brooklyn 38 51 .427 lfhf Washington... 34 55 ,6W St. Louis 25 70 .263 As the ralu storm or Tuesday nig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 August 1897

THE HOBOING TIMES, TifgAsjPAY, AtTGTJST 12, t897. 7 MONEY WAKTED AXD. TO LOAN. LOANS from Soto S30 to reliable parties; also money advanced on bicycles, uooin 8, Cent r u wag., oor. y th and Pa. avc. nw. EU.1--7C Tft'ANTED -To borrow 65 Tor GO days;wiU secure tne sume by chattel mortgage, will pay well Tor the accommodation. A odress PROMPT, Uits office aul2-3t A NEW rLAN. 10 TO S1.000-TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., "Without removal from possession oTowner. You can have the money the day you appy tor iu Payment uu tne principal, of any amount, will be received at an y time, which will lessen cost of loan. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you If loan is not made. Strictly confidential. Please call for rurther information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-em 602 Fst.n w. H. K FULTON'S loanottice. 1218 ra. ave. nw.,moneyloancd on watches, diamonds, Jewelry, fcilver ware, eto. npl0-0m LOANS JUU13 ON APPROVED COLL AT eral, euch na life p...

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

--- -""- J J !t "wi -i,- S- -f w" !"-W- JTi---t"' THE MOKNIire TIMES, THURSDAY, ATTGTJST 12, 1897. sg Onethird Less than marked prices and actual worth buys choice of hundreds' of Men's Sack Suits, Youths Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits, Men's and Boys' Shoes, all new, nobby styles, the best of this season's prod ucts. Make your selec tion today. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th and F Streets N. W. Clothes, I'urnislilns, liatp. Shoes tJoUimz& City Brevities. Policeman IHle, of the Hightli precinct, has gtiiie to Atlantic City for a short vaca tion. Train No. 0 of the Ninth street line -was stalled nt the nortliexn terminus or the road labt night by the burning of a fuse. Th bicycle found by the police of the Fighth precinct at the corner or Eighteenth htreet and Kaiorama avenue nortnw est last night has been ent to police headquarters for identification. The steeple of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, corner Fourteenth and Corcoran treete northwest, "was struck by lightning during ...

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