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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

"' " W it.r -- vi" sr---t - r, ,, j- js- 4- g vf Ji?' 'f2 f-44rIflpft t, . to &? THE MOKKIHG TIMES, SlgNB.Y,, AUGKJST 15, 3807. . S "Stundard of 1897 Columbias $75 1896 Columbias $60 1897 Hartfords $50 Pattern 2 Hartfords $45 Pattern 1 Hartfords $40 Patterns 5 and 6 Hartfords, $30 In Their Splendid New Home 817819 14th St. J. Hart Brittain, Local flgr. Improvnent and advancement In what ever line are best shown by way of coin parl'on and contrast witli former or older method of accomplishing a purpose. Looking ocr the field of athletics and of gymnastics especially there appears the widest difference in the metlods in use at the present day and tbobe in "vogue a quarter of a century or even less ago In the former period, "when atliletic were in their infancy in this locality, no one eer thought of trying for all round develop ment, and the effort to become an all-round athlete was scarcely dreamed of. It was the great dewrc of a person Interested in athletic to become the best i...

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. — 15 August 1897

rsrT v.f- THE MOKKJJSG TIMES, ffUffD-AY, JLTJ&US? 15, 3897, SSmc (SQ&KXKC XVXNIND .AKD TOTnAT.") Tbe IPiMiuDgtsn Timss Uompany. TH&UX IHTJT-CHINS, JirfislSent Eew Tatk Office: 3O0D Tract "BuUdlnx. Majrnn-T. arx Caskxmk MoxnrnR,Thenincnnu Sirnufry, IFiTryiCents 1 Morning and .Sunday Tluriy-avo Cents; EvnninS sand Enuday.-.Tlurtynva'CeirtB, JJY -aiAIli. OnD Tsar, Morn., Ive. and Sunday, 55.00 Six Months, " " ' . " 3.00 TlireeMonths, " 1-75. One Xear, Morning and Sunday. 4.06 EixIMontbs. " " ' 2:25 Three 3iouilis, " " " 1.25( OneTear, .Evening anil JSunuay. 4X0 Six Months, "" "' " "25 Three Months, ' " "' T.2 Sunday only, one year. ......... 1.00 Orders by mall must ho accompanied by Eubscripttan rnrice. ' trccEriraxss: Editorial 3lnnmH, 480;. Business "Office, 1G40. Circulation. Statement, Tkc circulation of The Times for the week ended Saturday, August 14, 1897, teas as jdiloics: Sunday, August S ."JSMEl 2TonMay, August 9 44J0G7, Tuesday, August 10 43,014 HeSncsday, Avnwt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

-.r,f?K ' ' . -S.-c .f r ,-. -yViKg-w w 1 1 &fiv rf -pi &issy ? " f-ts?' 'Tnj'Wf $&?&&& r'. i. X?- i."VJff"- - (--5?flF3i!vfc,"" 1 , THE-MOBN1JSTG TIMES,, SUNDAY, . AUGUST 15, 189?. T7v " 4 i iB GOLDENBERG'S "the dependable store, 924-926-928 7th 705 K Sts. A grand sweep of the purchases. We lave gone all through the i m mense stock of goods secured from the assignee sale of Beidler & Ca's stock and marked it still lower. We are determined to make a grand sweep of the balance of it and do it in the first half of the coming week. As low as the prices were at the start, they have been cut even low eruntil the values we must admit are the greatest we have ever offer ed or know of being offered in all our years of retailing. We have to get ready for fall we have to get ready for moving the departments for establishing thenew ones, and we shall do it at a loss if we cannot at a profit and there's but little profit in the prices that we have put on the stock no...

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

"VFiriKipFVv&wgmtFlifl 'vwmm?iTp,viJi??f: ifcajffJW5"?: "J t'a!Waw5'P'r-J s t JLansuurgh & Bro. 4 I The expressions of sur- prise which we hear every g J minute in the day, when J J the ladies see the beauti- - ful Lawns worth 10c, I2c I J and 15c per yard marked J out at 5c per yard, amply f repay us for the loss ve j entail by this sacrifice. $ Just think of I2c per Syard for Fine French Organdies worth 37jc, and you get a pick of i pretty patterns. 4 J SPECIAL TOWEL S BARGAINS I FOR MONDAY. f 50 dozen of extra f P large size Brown J Turkish Towels 12Mc J 1 SO dozen of extra large size, extra f F heavy Brown Turk- J J Ish Towels 15c J 2 lOO dozen of good 0 0 heavy quality full bleached Turkish f Towels 12c J f 50 dozen of extra good quality full f bleached Turkish J Towels 13c f t 50 dozen of extra f good quality -full f J bleached hemmed t J Turkish Towels 22c J p 50 dozen of extra f large size good qual- f r ity full bleached J Turkish Towels 25c f 25 dozen of Fancy Stri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

TJJSrSJSi - "' .&& 'jr&v- ofcX3Wl'WWiAfertSS( There is au old gray wharf on the Mary land coast that is kuowu as I'mey Laud ing. It is such au old wharf that tr-- uce lias eaiea its edge like rats biuw waia' .ts. and so very era ana so slimy fauu tbe water aua ulisterta by the sun and decayed by boJi that w iu jy ' i umutMiiv u r. i!tslr it loous lor oil the vruna ate the gnai,fc of a whan that ris Iiaunuag the spot ut. its cu.e-t.aic usersauesn, tecauwj it bad no eternity to whldh dead vojCL could go. A mighty ioneiU.e pUcs Is Puiey laud ing, but picturesque whether yoa come across it at twilight or bioad day. There in tbe blue of the sky and the green oX the pines, villi Uie yellow tand doping from uuder tbdr fchauows davrn to tlie surf, iind the surf curling over it back into tbe fchaauws again, and tbere being nothing but tbe sky and the pines and the water and iSie loneliness, why, there is never a thing elte to see-except at high tide a black; slun y bump ot wood h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

I 10 THE aiOENIETGr TIMES,; STpT DAY, AUGUST 15t 1897. BRAINS AND BRAWN. Everything has been unusually quiet during tlie last week in local labor cir cles, and with theexcepUonof the Initiatory Step toward tlie formation of a "Federal I-abor Union" by tf'e trades unionists, no.hiug other than routine business, was considered. The propotftlnn to organize a Federal Union was discussed at leugtb last spring, but little or nothing v, as done toward per fecting an organization until lately, when Mr. W:llUun Silver, president ot tha Building Trade Council, was chosen gen eral organizer for the Central Labor Union. The necessity for such an organi zation as the proposed Federal Union will he has long been felt In local labor circles, and If the scheme Ib carried to success Its remit will be generally felt, not alone by organized, but unskilled, workmen. The purpos ot the leaders among the trades unionises is to organize, as far as possible, both the skilled and unskilled wage-earners ot th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

THE jaORyESQ TIHES, UtT-iDAY, AUGUST 15, 1897. 11 MONEY "WANTED AND TO LOAN. LOANS rrom. S5 to $5 to reUabte parties; albo latMiey advaaee-i on blej cles. Room 8, Wetitriil rbK , car, th, and Pa. aru-xiv. aui 2-7 1 -A NEW FLAN. ?10 TO S1.000 TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD rUUNITUKE, PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., "Without removal from possesion of owner l'ou caa have the money the- Oay you apply ror jt Payien ou the iriiu-L, or any aisount; . wulibe received ataa y -ma, which wilt lessen cost or loan. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE 1ERMS. No cost to ou if loau is nor made. Strictly confidential PJea-e call fir farmer. Information. CAPITAL LQAN GUARANTEEl CO . aull-tr-cni G02JPst.nw. H. !. FULTON'S loan ofQcc, 1218 Pa- ave. nw. . mom loaned on watches, diamonds, 3ewelr , idUcrware, eta apl6-0m LOAAS MAUL ON APPROVED COLLAT cial. such as lire policies., stockfc, winus, building, association biiares, ujmucaUi cer Uricnles, etc No de'ay iEKlLLS is liAiLhlt, 1110 F bt. 1 a l:e elevator. t 3OA StAD...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

iV-- ..j--. 12 THE MOBNING TIMES, SITiNDATT, AUGUST 15, 1897. Off of regular prices for choice of hundreds of the newest and best styles of Men's and Youths' Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits, Men's and Boys' Shoes. All sizes, all qualities, all new styles at uniform discountof off regular marked prices. Men's Fall Derbys now ready, all standard makes, at our usual big- saving- from hat store prices. Robinson & Chery Co., 12th and F Streets N. W. &Bfe t City Brevities. Yetsevcrence Temple of the Juvenile Templars f Fails Cliurcli, lias, Inttallod new officers. Gen. S. S. Burden;, who has bein quite fciuk at Glencarlyn, Va.t it. reported as; greatIy3mpovp!2. Tlie pumps at North Capitol and S streets and on Lincoln aruus between S and T Etret6 re out of repair. Thedircotors, of tins Central Union Mission liave ai yet taken no active 5teps towarJ Mrtfng out their ringing hands. A Imd leak in the fire plus at the comer of Twenty-Second and E fctreet was re ported to the waterdepa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

.v f. .yc jfj- '-' -i " WASHINGTON, SUNDAY HORNING-, AUGUST 15, 1897. srav I - QPbt Wmt& Panes. OS' to zrzr: - I TH E LAST AND GREATEST .REDUCTION IN. SHOE durinjr this ereat; "MIDSUMMER CLOSING-OUT SALE " begin ning: from tomorrow on. Pall shoes are noaringr completion, and we BtilL have a good many more shoes to close out. Come quickly if you want to secure the greatest shoe bargains ever cffared. The shoes offered in this sale are not odds and ends, nor jb lots bought for the occasion, but they're OUR OWN GUAR ANTEED SHOES. "We are determined to open the fall season with new shoes only hence such price cuts as the following: : Ladies' Crash Linen Hand-sewed Oxford Ties. The coolest and most iiopuiar iiow Shoes or the season. THIS WEEK Ladies' Hand-sewed Oxford Ties. jjiacfc or chocolate genuine Vtcl KJd .Ail the popular shapes. Good $ values. TiilS WEEK $2.50 Tan or Black Oxford Ties. The finest hand-sewed 4 dirierent shapes. TU1S WEEK Ladies' Elegant Hand made Dress Shoes. O...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

f t THE MOBKING TIM ES SUN DAT, AUGUST 15, 189T.' 14 TIE HAWAIIAN ISLIIS Historical Information Brought Up to Date, . A PARADISE IN THE PACIFIC Fnctr, and X'igures "VYIiicli Should Intercut livery Projrrehslve Aiuer.-cun-IIubltM and Occupations of the Inlander and the Possibilities Which Lie In Annexation. Tlic Hawaii Net, or Sandwich Islands, are eleven In number. Theyliain theis'orth Pacific Ocean, between 18 degrees 50 minutes and '111 degree 20 minutes noun latitude, and 151 degrees. 3o minutes and liJOdosreeslCinlnulcwestlongltude.from Green wicli, jtretcliing along In a dlreo tien W. K. W. by B. S.E.,about350 miles. andoontamabouCG.OOOfaquareiniles. They arc named as follows: Heighth above Square Lgth. Bdth. bea level. ui.Ies. Hawaii bo CS l-'.fi 4'2., Mam 4b U9 ll.ooo 700 Oufcii V. .. .... 40 23 -1.000 000 Kauai 33 2b C.OflO ft0 Molotai 40 9 2.800 2,0 LaKal 17 9 1,000 lc.0 Niihau 7 7 S00 9 Kauuiawe 11 200 03 Besides thefce are three islets which are lltti-i more than baireu r...

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

-"g3 ? y - r-fS?K r"- TFB MOKNTMG THfES, SUiH JS-J- HAY, j i AUGUST 15, 1897 15 liif lill'l lai 1 l ii ra3SKBSGX3S 1 TMfrlfl o$$ig. is6S98SeSQSSS8SS9eS0! 2fc I- 35qGXiJ J The cm'.ct or til undisturbed Interrcg- 1 edge a certain superiority In his comic art ne qu.ct o. t- always wind up by hinting that he numlia settled over our theaters, and tin. ' nn .,. OI . 4. 1 I -". - - - - -" tinnt.nrM nil over the land. The heat ana the bloyele have a hard struggle to over come tlie J-tng. but the last guns of the -, 1.. i..r,r Kiiniiv deliver their , .,. -.i r.wtina nitfmnces by the 1st ot Auguw, and then are silent for a little WriM$ iM-nple need this -respite and the the atere need it-. The most salutary effect 2 To SSrtt the paying public to forget that it has len paying a maximum of TSseniN during hot weather to sec attroc tiont which will cost twice that as the mercurv drops. They will have a ns time than usual to remember this this faU U-sually the season opens here the latter part of ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

wiV"" jt vyf- -L(J THE MOEJiye TIMES jSHNDAX. AIT&TJST 15, 1897. " -,- -w -i . .y j. -71 j- " J. .W" J. iHMPNisislS535i5Hu ij) ifrXi r v. jflk L m! one c'Xception, and tbat exception is the PSilsP!lBi Slrris: fL u w vv nl M m ear splitting, nerve-toing door gong. It SESsgillls vtvm vteoSrs; v u WV vv r Ik flf k lit still continues to get in its work and cause far&$' v'vft VxVsDC yv &7 Vy.i,i Its usual a mount of annoyance and discom- P?37j' t " vswraW S& x3HJVi'ii jlHMgiEEaHgJBIMB fort. Nolnventorever seems to havcthought yffifl df J A ravV-i k(Ei ,HiBHC55ilB8iBj ft mitigating oi iemoving the nuisance. YJMI Mil ft V A.WiASl . SNVl l fl --i MRS. JESSIE BENTON FREMONT, ravwwl women who are bom to give sue- WmWfSBBh mAM lal pleasure. Shn has an ease and giace vnw flJl 1 1 WtSVL4 SSI A - r -ifyfftrj sWJw ZMw An Hi-storic Figure Xow Living Anions the Hoses of Los Angeles. The name of Jessie Fremont calls up rrumy memories To the memorable Presidential campaign of 1S56 it ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

.,; -s5- iSSSSr - i TJELE MOKNItfG TIMES StTKDAT, AUGUST IS, 1897. 17 h The Woman THE HAMMOCK GIRL. Tiie girl -who Is fond of sitting in a tfiainmooU should pay especial attention 'to three tilings: er shoes, her stockings, and her petticoats. Not that these are sup posed to be intentionally on exhibition far from it. for it's really the most accidental thing in the world' Bat accidents do hap pen, and breezes do blow and flounces will nuteer,o there you are, and the only thing to do Is to be prepared for the worst. If it I a possible thing, the artful damsel wears a dainty slipper whenever there is the least likelihood of an opportunity to drop with graceful abandon Into a hain mook. The character and style of the dainty slipper depends upon the -ty'e of ,gown. If it is a lounging pown.thcslipper ,may be one of those soft ,-dull leather uf ifairs without buttons or straps which lias a high vamp and heel piece that crohs ort of surplice fashion at the instep. Or it limy be the most ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

,tj --r.-i3r --; in IS THIMORNW TIMES, B"$rDA.Y, AUG-TJST 15, 1897. A T&- "- e ? TIE IIMOSPITtL A Most Interesting Washington Institution. HORSES AND DOGS AS PATIENTS TVhat Is t Be Seen and Heard in a Visit to the Jlowpital Changes "Which Science Has Brought About Animal Sufferers Much Like Their MnMers und Mis.tre.s-es. The line of demarcation hetween those Dorn with golden cpoons in their mouths and t'je unfortunates "vvno may not possess even tin ones 1 as clearly drawn in the animal kingdom as ixi the domain of human affairs. It maizes' itself manifest in the decree of comfort and style whiih fortune iierimts canines, equines, and fellucB of different stations to enjoy, it places some in the lap of arriuence, em broidered blnnkets, or palatial kennels, while others must earn with rough strokes the right to a square meal of oats or scratch in lhc trash pile for their daily i bones There is a ;itiful cliasm between Sir Launcelot, strutting proudly with Cfiudle extremity eo tru...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

THE aroBNiyq TIMES. SUNDAY, AUGUST IV 189T. 19 if tQ $ $ ; G44 . r J r? u r t? HE el L &A s rtf J-i 83&xsS By JOSEPH CONRAD $$&$ TAUT II. -Next morning, at daylight. Hie Narcissus wenttto soa. A slight haze hlurred the lic.rizon. Outside tlic harbor the measure less expanse of smooth wat;r lay sparkling liken floor of Jewels, aud as erupt? as the sky. Heading bjutii, tie Nnrcisus seemed U staud TMp.-nd?ut and still upon the rest less wh umior tli- moving sua. naked of fnaiH swept past Iter side tits water struck her with flashing Wowa; the land glided away.alwwly fading; a few birds screamed oa uiosfcmlcss wingsovertheswayingmasv heads. But sooa the laud d'sappe.ired. the birds went away, aad to the west the point ed sail of an Arab dhow running for Bom bay rose triangular and upright above the Eharp edge of the horizon, lingered and vanished like an illusion, then the chip's wake, long and straight, stretched limit otrtthrough a day of immense solitud?. The setting -sun...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 August 1897

rffj'iwrtru j-jwu'tt-w-'-"1 THE MOHNma TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1897. 20 ;' New England has her old farmhouses. New York her Dutch dwellings, Virginia her Cotanlftl manors, which are heldin reverent remembrance of the early days of civiliza tion's invasion upon .ttie aborigine. But, while English and French "came In by the Eastern gate, the Spanish came through tne "Western gate, and tlie monuments of their first struggle-, with the primeval conditions of natuie and the red man arc found In remains of the old California minions. From the year 1769, on the feast of the Triumph of the Most H-)ly Cross, when the mission or Sau Diego de Alcala was found ed, until 1635, when the edict, of secula.l zation was promulgated and took away from 'the Influence of the pioneer padres the colony of their neophytes, thsre were established alwut twenty-five principal mis sious. The earlier minions were vigorous tnd potencial.but Uie shadow of seculariza tion was cast berore it In the failure of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 August 1897

V ihe Qftme. .Tho clrcnlatlon of The Sunday Times -was 23,935 Copies. Daily nvernse last -weelr, 42,750 Copies. WEATHIR PROBABILITIES. For .the District or Columbia, Maryland -and Virginia, fair- cooler; southerly winds, bcconIug northwesterly. KO. 1,244. WASEMTGTOIS", ilOXDAT MORINGr, AUGKUST 16, 189T SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. JUDGE SHIS SO Pictures the Calamity Howler Ont of a Job and Prosperity Booming. 'iff IS' TO LAUGH." Bnt.jJiide Goes Too Fnr "When Ho Gives the Republican Government and Dlugley Bill Credit for the Bountiful Eurvest und High Trice of "Wheat God Gave the Increase. Tiie cartoon on the front page of Judge tins weeu pictures the honest farmer, tux. and smiling, teatcd on a pile of bags of grain, while the calamity bowler tits disgruntled, with bowed head. Judge coes too far in ascribing a plente ous harvest 01 the pievaillng high price of wheat to the Dlngley bill, thougu. We are all tnankful for the gr-at wheat crop, but let us not lc-e bight of the fact Lhat xi e owe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 August 1897

THE MOBNlKG-TIMJjfS, OJSDAY, AUGUST 1(5, 1897. "PERCE BE TO BIS ftSHES" The Body of Pom Kwang Soli Reduced to Us Elements. ONLY A HEAP OF DUST REMAINS Simple, Impreshive and Ueautiful Hiit- Trlbutei to His Memory by ni The'ohopliiei.l Brethren The Ca-,lO Gurment of the Soul Cousljriied to the Fire- Oncor the leading Theosophlstsot Wash ington said yesterday over the body or Tom Kwang Soli, about to be cremated: Peace to bis ashes." In "The Light of Asia." the pact speaks or a departing Bud dliist soul as the shining dewdrop tliat blips Into the sea' There were many incidents alike fccauti fiil and touching iu the ceremonies at the cremation yesterday affc!nioou or tlic bodj 6r Pom Kwang Soli, the illustrious Korean statesman. It wab not alone the infre quracy, the practical novelty or such a ceremony in Wushuigion thai invested the event with its rare and peculiar interest, bat xatlier that it "was held under the auspices or ihe Washington Theovophicut Society, or which the distingu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 August 1897

THE HOKMQ 1IMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 16. 1897. JlfOVBT UAyTED .y p toi.o -V LOANS ro 55toS50 to reliable larUe lw mouey advanced on bicycles. Room a, Central isids-.cor. IttK and Pa.ave.nw. au!2-7t A NEW rLAN. S10 TO 1,000 TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HOUSES , CARRIAGES, ETC., "Without removal from possession of owner. Yon can have the money the day you apply for it. Payments oil the principal, or any amount, will le received at any time, which will lessen cost o loau. LOWEST KATES. nnul. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. iNo cost to you If loan is not made. 'Strictly confidential. Please call for further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., aull-tf-em Q0" F st. nw. U. K. FULTON'S loan office, 121S Pa. avc. mr., money loauedon watches, dlaiiionds, jewelry, tiU'erware, etc. aplO-Cm LOAKS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT cial, such as lire policies, mocks, bonds, building association shares, nyiitiicatg cer tificates, etc. No delay. llsIUvLS & BAKER. 1110 F stLTakcjeIevator. if LOANS MADE OX...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 August 1897

Ft- -, v THJE afOKNING- TIMES, MHOSTDAY, AUGUST 16, 1897. 2uiut (SlOJtXCiC EVEKISG AND SUNDAY.) 31V The Washington Times Company. STILSON TIUTCHINS, President Uutcjiixs Building. Tew Tcrk CXfice: 2000 Tract Bulldinc Sunscmrciox Kates. Monthly, in Cak:mek: Jlorning, Evening and SunilayFifry Cents Morning mid Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday "Hiirty-iive Cents JUV MAIL. Ono Tear, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 5.00 Sir Months, " " " " 3.00 Three Mouths, " " ' 1-75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. ' " " 2.23 Three Months. " " " 1.2j One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Throe Months, " " " 120 Sunday only, one year. - 1.0!) Orders hy mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Ttxbphonbs: Editorial Booms, 48G; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. Tlte circulation of The Tijies for the tccct ended Saturday, August 14, 1S97, icas as follows: Sunday, Augusts 23,439 Monday, August V 44,007 Tuesday, August 10 43.014 "Wednesday, August 11...

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