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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 August 1897

THE MOEKDTe TIMES, IMOKDAY, AUGUST 16-,- 189T E n re 113338333153333333333333332 Xiaii1urli & Bro. B i S DRAPI2RIES ft B AT ra SlT-AJl-YlJ JL'XS.l.Ji'j''. 1 Lol36-in.Creain Scotch Madras. The best washing material lor cur tains. Worth 18c For 12Kc yd. l Lot Blue, Red, Green and Yel low Striped Etamine for Curtains; 40-inch wUe. Worth 18c yd. For 12ic yd. lJLot Figured Curtain Swiss, in Blue, Pink, Green and Yellow, 36 inch wide. Worth 19c yd. -For luc. yd. 1 Lot Figured Hungarian Cloth, entirely new, for draperies and pillow covering', For 25c yd. 1 Lot Silk Stripe Drapery for summer portieres, 50-inch wide. Worth 50c yd. For 35c yd. 1 Lot Satin Russe for furniture covering- 2nd draperies, 50-inch wide. For 35c yd. 1 Lot Cross Stripe Tamative Por tieres, in all colors. Will not fade when washed. Worth $2 pair, For $1.49 pair. l Lot Heavj Madras Curtains, 60 inch wide. Worth $r.50 pair, For $4.J)S pair. Estiicate3 furnished frse on Awn Jncs, loose Covers, and Window Shades. Drop ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 August 1897

' "fT'-v X1f& J;-5-s f t j-- lM4r T-.t , v. -""lA JVV$US ," THE MORNlSTGr TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1897. rV j2SSSSSS1j!S1SIS1SSl Shoe Prices "Squeezed" $1.50, $2 and $2-50 Shoes, 98c Children's and MihSes' Spring nee1 Summer Shoes and Oxford'., which have been $1 50, $2, and $2.50. are now en our bargain table at the Tidlculous price of 98c S125, $1-50 and $2 Shoes, 75c Children's, Ml'-ses'- and Women's One-strap Russet Slippers, cpnug heel, in black kid andjiateat leather. Have been 1.25, $1.50, and $2, are now being offered at 75C g p&nflfFft'S 939 Pa-Ave- 6 r3 jiUVjlJLJLl J9 Shoes shinei free. fci Sufferers Anxious to Know Whether They Can Be Cured Should See i - I likEVbltl 512 Thirteenth Street N. W. If Yon Are Slclc Call at Dr. Ueiser's Office, Where You Cnn nave the 3Iost Thorough Medical Exam ination and Advice Without Costing You a Penny. Static Electrical Machine Relieve Ohi-tinnte or LoiiR-Standlng Dibcuses and Invigorates the Entire Body. WEAK BACKS Are Made Str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 August 1897

'"C'Sr1r'"'' V't f'-t ( f V " " QSme WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District or Columbia, Maryland' la.nO. "Virginia, fair till Wednesday night: cooler; northwesterly winds. Washington, Tuesday morning, august 17, 1897 jeight pages. ONE CENT. 3TO. 1,245. i& st&svif fis-7fif i-" '?? qttK"- -gs.if - T3;3 Olcch'.jn of" THE TIME3 Yesterday, WAS 42,062 coriES. Wit f I Tie Mil Miners now insist on 05 cents and two pay days. The tie-up, however, is more out of sympathy with the general strike than be cause of any grievances. FIGHTING MICTION The Legal Battle Between the Be . Arinitts and the Strikers. COIL T1M0 CAREER Four Men Will Die and Manj Others Badly Injured. w P.f Sympathy for Throughout Them Universal the Country. ALL HOPS THAT THEY WILL WD! Fnlr-Minded Americans Do Not Wish to Have Men "Working in Their Midst on Stitrvatlon Wages Such Things Are n Disgrace to the Conn try. The people must and shall triumph! If they should get 'worsted in this contest, they will fight agai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 August 1897

- -- AuZVip mz. a "iJFYf" ' 'TL"4" -. i, 'r -f THE MOKNiyq- TI3f.Es 'ignSSDAY, AUGUST 17, J8971 TO KEEP II WATGH msnu A Flotilla of Torpedo Bonis to Go to Southern Waters. ORDER ISSUED BY ROOSEVELT ttadur the Cuuimund of Lieut. Klni- hull i lie Flotilla, Coutiit!iiK of ?jlx VcshcN, Will Leave Xew York Albont Gel- 1 uod Proceed Down the 0ut to the Gulf. An order was issued by Acting Secretary Jhmstivelt .yesterday that seems to have f jr oue ot ice objects a plan for keeping bi.,. torpedo boats t In close toucli with Ootm. These vessels are lo sail from New York .-ibout October 1 and make their way t the Gulf of Mexico und ultlmntelv totSnlveston, where they will remain until spring. It lb expected tliat about October 1 President McKinley's Instructions to Mill iliter Woodford will be by him presented to the Spanish government, and It they should bring forth an angry retort on the part of Spain, the six torpedo boats, thoroughly armed and equipped, and almost in Cuban waters, might h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 August 1897

V rfs-itf i , t jrr AT1 . -i-" JT ,TC ftrs.f TF n r4 " $ ,cv --EgE MORNING -TOgwEgXUJIS'OjgC;. -XUGjlISTJLU 'VfSft Td'-Z-f-- "'.".S?, 3F!r PDUGE GHANGES'IN EFFEGP -. r r Transfers of Eientenauts and Sergeants .Made Yesterday. MR. MATTIKGLY'S ""DEGREES e . - - He 1Vn a Private Ten Tears Ago,' a Lieutenant Monday and Today Me couie it FulI:FIedKed Inspector In Charge of tlie lietective Office Distribution of tlie Force. !o IS . The chances in the police rorce an nounce tea days ago by Commissioner Wight wntflnto effect erdHy Mr Ilollinberger as ihe chief of tne detects e bureau, -will not take charge until today- i...- 1..J1I! ttiJi. ovrv.nttnn. the. firfst bflLell UUb tn wu ........w... -. --- i DrpromntTonK.iid changes wenVlatoefr A feet seat erday- Mr. AlaUinglyTrafyiat thejlhiie or the promotion, a private, aiid it was. neces Earv to have him pass through the ia termediate grades t-erore aiumlng tin; rank or inspector! Tie Vahlwora in ab Bergeant on Saturday, and yesterday was act...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 August 1897

:p' "V gV '-"; 3jyT?t ,XRE jJO&NINO, TIMSS, TUEpA3TyT ATJqUTXT r1897. . . (MOESESTC. rVEXKfG AXD SCXIkAY.) BV The Washington Times Company. .SX1LSOK HTJTCHTXS. President. BUTCKISS Bun.DiSG. Eew York Office: 2000 Tract Bulldlnr. nSTJBSCJirrTTOX Katis. MontctSt.' iy CArniEn Irforning.Eveningnna S'nnrtay,. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunuay.-.-Thlity-fi-ieUents Evening and Sunday. ..'.Thirty-live Cents BY MAIL Dno Year, Mora., Eva and"Sunday, $5 00 Bix Months, " " " " 3 00 Huce Months. " " " ' " L75 One Year, Morning and Sunday.....'. 4.08 Fix Months. " " 2.25 Hirco'Monihs. " " " L25 Due Year, evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 ix Months, " " " 2.25 I hree Months," ' " 1-25 Sunday only, one year. LOO Orders by mall must lo accompanied by subscription price. Tuiephoxes: Editorial liooms, 486, Business Ollice, 1C40. Circulation-Statement, The, -aieulaUon oTnE Times for the veek ended Saturday, Aitgvst 11, lS9T,tcas us follows: Sunday, August S 25,459 Konday, August 9....... ...-.-..-.. 44,067 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 August 1897

KfT -J THE MORXISTG TIMES, TIRES DAY, AUGUST 17, 1897 ,. '"SrJSe SV-c s I ""JLansfjurgli "3l5ro. I "'" 'a 1 i A Special Sale of I i " " India Linens. IE J The regular 8c quality 1 tfor 5c yd. ' 1 1 The regular 12c'quality i rfor 1 Oc vd. J ! The regular 15c quality (for 12uc yd. j 25c Dotted and Figured j Swiss, 18c yd. i ISc Berkely joniy IOcyd. ) . Cambric I We -makft-thls- redaction now, for !the reason that we want to close ont tvery yard before the end of this Month, and reducflans like- this ought to effect the iiftdance:, easily of Iroods so staple " 420, 422, 424, 426 1n St. I -acsawKJimi'i mm v1 rr- ciniAT Krnnni saxe .Of Butts, Milliner v. Furnishings. KIN.- PA LACK, 612-814. 7th Bt; 710 Market Space. 19Q-Wiodow Shades-.. IOc risenrnann sMr-.Ave. WILL GREET THE CARDINAL Archbishop Kcane Leaves the City for Baltimore. T)iuu.T Jit the Catholic University i ,Mqqt Old FrfendN Ilecep- 'tint Next 1n Order. Archbishop Keanc will go to Baltimore this" morning to mate a enll on Car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 August 1897

t-1 THE- MOB NHS G TIM ES,f T UESDAT , AUGUST Hf 1 89Ti . - u-o -saff-v1 j 's',vv vJsKi,3t'' He PHcIies a Wonderful Game, But Nichols Is Superior. a i SOME STUPItf BASE-RUNNING Wrlcler I Cnnht,Nippinjr nnd Sclbuch Huns unto Long:, IVlio Was "Waiting .With theniull in HI ITund RainorwThatSithe iBos toDb "Will Bay MeJimietf. .42 54.438 ft .38155 .409 Washington. St. Lcuis ,37 56 "'398 ..26 72 .265 GAMKS YESTERDAY. Boston, 5; "Washington , 2. New York, 7; Philadelphia, 2. Pittsbnrg, 3; Louisville, 2. Baltimore, 14; Brooklyn, 5. GAS11IS TODAY. "Washington at Boston. Brooklyn at Baltimore. Philadelphia nt NewYorlr. . t- Boston, Aug. 16. Thomas Two Lung Tucker, tire hero of many a fklrmish ou the toutb end grounds in the days when he was member of the Boetonb, was a unique figure in the game today with Washing ton, willed) Boston won by a score of 5 to 2. Tucker vns given a great reception from the small gathering, and Ills store of base ball -eloquence which he poured forth throuKhout th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 August 1897

THE MOB KING TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1897. 3IONEY WANTED AND TO 1X3 AX. WANTED -$3,500 to complete one at the best real estate investments in the Dis trict; subscriptions received lu sums or not less than 5500; bare and Certain to pay. For information address BOX 150, tins ornce. aul -3c I.OANS from 5 to 550 to reliable parties. also monev advanced on blpyclas. Room. 8, Central lildg.,cor. 9th aud.Pa.ave.uw. aul 2-76 A NEW PLAN. tio TO SI ,000 TOLOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC , Without removal from possession of owner. You can have the money the day you apply for it. l'avuientb on the principal. of any amount, -will be received atauy tune, which will lessen cost of loau. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE 1ERMS. ..No cost to you if loan is not made Strictly confidential. Please caU for further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO . aull-tf-em CQrstnw. H K. FULTON'S loan orrice. 1218 Pa. ave. nw. , money loaned on watches, aiuiiionds, jewelry. silverware, ...

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

"-nfV mS " TsT- ?-, -C . C-- 8 THE ai OB KING TJSrESj, TUESDAY, ATTGTJST 17, 1897. l Jr"-r' Yll Men's and Youth's Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits, and Men's and Boys' Shoes fZ & ' OFF y Regular Prices. Robinson & Chery Co., I20i and F Streets N. W. ' City Brevities. Albert Wheeler was arrested by Ottlrer Wheeler yesterday for dlsoidt-rly conduct en the ttreet John Tarker, a colored man, was ar rested u v orf icer Birkij-t for making threats aalnBt Ilichard Williams. Oliver Meius "was placed behind tlw bars at No. 7 police station yesterday charged -with stealing a wrench. John Beachler, a white driver, was ar reused by Officer Sulflv.m yesterday even ing on two charges of cruelty to animals The police report that one of the in candebcens HjrhU on the Aqueduct Bridge ban nor. been in working order for over a week Lewis 'Shipman, a Georgetown black smith, was arrested yesterday for being drunk on M street, near the Aqueduct bridge. Bertie Clark, Bettie Robinson andXonnie Tkii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 August 1897

Th6 Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEiTHIR PROBABILITIES. ' For tho District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, fair; northwesterly winds. WASHINGKTOST, WEDNESDAY HOTtOTtfG AUGrTJST 18, 1897 EIGrHT PAGrES. ONE CENT. NO. 1,246. SHUT OF MIL HELD FOR AGO HANSOM A Little Boy Stolen and $3,000 Demanded for His Return. AfDAY ON THE KLONDIKE. PLOTTING FOR 1! THRONE ..,.'feW' Troubles of the Korean King and His Washington Minister. -Paris Evening Paper Hints Strongly. LIKE THE CHARLEY ROSS CASE YE P03I CHIN IN BAD FAVOR REPORTER UP A TREE Wat COPIES. 3! 3?BZS"eElSEi53!-T'r Did the Count of Turin Cunningly Yt"ear a Shirt of MnilV-Why Did the Prince's Sword Bend? Side lights Thrown on the Duel nt Paris. "With burlesque enterprise that inusthavj made the New York World and Journal bhuildiT with envy, the Paris evening Journal, Le Soir. claimed to have had a reporter up a tree, disguised as a forester, to report the duel. ThisNieodemus-like scribe hints that the Count of Turin pave the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 August 1897

r- ' - S - 5W - ? k' THE MOBNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1897. "Ifc' JUSIOR ORDEfl'S CREAT DAY Many Thousands Join in the Re union at Glen Echfl. SESSIONS IN TM AKADEMIA Principle? of the United American 31eohuuiet Impounded by Able Speakor I'utriottMU uad Love X Country tlie Dominant Features of -liie Festivities. Popular Glen Echo -was yesterday the iscene-cf a great gathering of people from In and about Washington, it being the re union or the Junior Order of United Ameri can "Mechanics, und it is estimated that dally TT.,000 were in attendance. Besides ithis vast number. 500 -who were to at tlcnd.in Baltimore were detained by au accident wlSeh occurred to the train just ahead in" the party oa the B. & O. road. All ovei the grounds tents had been ercctea, rJuch Ben ed a reception parlors wbereXriend greeted friend, and alsoadded aincturoqueuerta to the affair. A number of distii-tmoied visitor were present, among -utuuii were Secretary Sherman, Representative Balicock, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 August 1897

rjz-0f?-; - rtf 4 5;ii? f ""f" wf' ?T! 5fs?p?s?!K THE HORSriPrGTTOS, WEBPSOAY. ATJOUST 18, 1897, ""' W5JJ" NDS SEPT. 1. 'Positively linal An nouncement of the - Close of the $3 Eate, The Opportunity Already Extended Over a Longer Period Than Any Special Offer Ever Given in the McCoy Practice Only Those Applying for or Renewing Treatment During the Remain ing Days of August to Be Treated Until Cured at This Nominal Rate. "When Doctor McCoy ottered the $3 rate tonew patients as wellas to old, he did not limit it to one month, but made It for the "whole summer, ending It only with the flr&t of September. This is the longest period during which a bpertid offer lias ever been kqpt standing, during -which a spe cial opportunity has ever been given. Doctor McCoy does not regret that he made this offer, he does not regret that he ma"de the offer cover to many weeks, although both himself and his associates hae fouud iio hour of leisure during that time. He feels that much good has been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 August 1897

IBBBVHnmBHaHHMai STjiSSijytwsasiitigMSBLg THE MOBMTKO TJMlstWPSDAY, AUGITST 18, JSfe' !7r!F" Ifjff -g turned (MOESISG. rVEKTXG ASB BUXDAT.") BY The Washington Times Company. BIILSOK" HUTCHINS, President HUTCKIKS BUILUIXO. EewTcrk. Cfflce: 2000 Tract Bulldlne. SuBSCBinioir Kates. MONTHIT. BY CARniEH: Sfornlng.Evcniugand Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning ami Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday TMrly-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 53.00 Six Months, " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " l-75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 fix Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1-25 One Year, -kTeuing and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months, ' " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year,...--.- - 1-00 Orders by mall must he accompanied by subscription price. T?LErMOXEs: Editorial Booms, 48G; Business Onloe, 1640. Circulation Statement, Tlte circulation of The Times for the vxeb aided Saturday, August 1$, 1897, toas as follows: Sunday, Augusts 25,459 Monday, August 9 ....44,067 T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 August 1897

' ftS.- "Ss', , ; 2Vs2i JiFJ?2yj$r- 'Jtf 'ij- V .&c THE MOKNOTG TIMES, JgPfoESDAY, AUGUST 18, 189T "V&'-Vr',,"' mvvwmmnwxittdvx& L.aHsbnrc:li & Bro. $ SPECIAL. REDUCTIONS IN g BLACK BRILLIANTC ES, 0 SICILIANS ami STOIKMT. a SERGES. These are the Correct Fabricsf or Outing Dress es or Skirts. 44-in. Sicilian, extra wide, 40c " it g 45-in. SicIlIaB.extra value, 50c $ ts & Si 30-ln. All-wool FrcucnSerjre40c f2 45-in. All-wool Cheviot, 8 good quality 50c 39-in. AH-tsooI Storm g Serge, unexcelled 40c g 45-In. All-wool Very Fine g Imported Serge 50c j? SO-in. All-wool Terr Fine S I Imported Senje 60c " 45-in. Mohair Brllllantlne, g Terjliiffh luster 65c 8 46-in. Mohair Sicilian, ex- t? g tra value a $1 quality. 75 C S g Jamming Veils, 42x54 in. g Worth $2.50. Price, SI .50 8 s (A 1 VQW&Ndfck1 .? fi g 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. g CSSQ GWS5 GSS GSSS SSSQ KSSS GS King's WILL BE- Open for Business Wednesday, Aug, 18th, 7:30 A. M. r Seen our M Silk Lu erUriU m l&ntu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 August 1897

iSW c f&r-.-&. g -PVC x fvr- 5. -KSaMK? St? "i ., " 6 THE MOBNIKG TIMES, WEiDKESDAT, ATJG-UST 18, 189?. SEMIS' FUST FINISH Thej Win From" the Bostons in "Snapper" Garrison Style. BOB LOWE'S FATAL BLUNDER Two Men Were Out and tlie Game Seemed Over Then Cnuie LowtV En or, Iwii Bussi-, on Bnllh unci Churl Je Farrell'ts TwJ-Uugsjer to Center Field. W. L. Pet. Boston 65 31 .677 Baltimore.... 62 30 .674 Cincinnati 60 32 .652 New York... 56 36 .609 Cleveland.... 50 44 .532 Chicago 47 51 .480 Pittsturg 43 51 .457 Lcuisville 43 55 .439 Philadelphia..42 55 .433 Washington... 38 56 .404 Brooklyn 3S 56 .404 St. Lcuis 26 72 .265 GAMES YESTERDAY. Vat5ilngtouf J); Boston, 7. Bultluiore, 12; Brooklyn, 3. .New Yorlr, 10: Philadelphia, 8. GAMES TODAY. TVaKlilnjrton nt Boston. Philadelphia at TCew York. Brooklyu ut Baltimore. Boston, Mass , Aug. 17. Just as the Benatorb were packing their bat bags thU afternoon tlie flippant Tommy Tucker let out one of those fatuous war whoops of his wh"n Bobb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 August 1897

JS-ifK-.- -5r-- V- W J.'5? .-v? ' 'DsT53 THE MORKING TIMES, WEDNESDAY. ATJQtTST 18, 18&T. HIONEY -WANTED A3TD TO T-OAN. WANTED-S3.500 to complete or.c ot the best real -tHte investments in Uie xju, trict; -ubscrlpUoiiB received lu sums or not less than S500; sare aud certain to pay. For Information address UOX icy, tuis oince. nul-3t LOAN'S Xrom 55 to S50 to reliable parties; also money advanced ou bicycles, Room a. Central BidE-, cor. 9th and fa. ave. nw. nulS-8t . -A NEW FLAN. 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC., Without removal Xrom possession or owner. You can have the money the day you apply tor H Payments on te principal. oX .any amount, will be received at any time, which will lessen cost or loan. LOWEST HATES. , . MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you if loan is not made Strictly confidential. Please call Ur rurther information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-em CO" st.nw. H. FULTON'S loan office, 1218 Pa. ave. uw.,iuoneyloan...

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

IFiFTW-WTF? jSF." THE MORN1KG TIMiEg, WEDNESDAY, AT7GTTT 18, 189T. 8 4t -".VSfef "-kj - f Men's Lr and 3 Youth's Sack OFF Suits, Woolen of - Bicycle Suits, ?egular and Men's Prices and for Boys' Tor I Shoes. Robinson & Chery Co., 120i and F Streets N. W. " City Brevities. "A. horse owned by Mr. Thomas Taxton died on Grant road, Tenleytown, yesterday Mr. W. A. Webb, who has been confined to lils bed for nearly two months with u broken leg. Is o ut agavin. George Grey, colored, "was arrested yes terday by Officer J. C. Smith for petit larceny of goods valued at about $10.00. Archie Crooks and Prank Barker -were urrest.d last night for riding bicycles with opt displaying lights. Each deposited $5 collateral. Daniel McAtee "was arrested by Officer J. E. Praith, of the Third precinct fetation, yesterday, Tor stealing two iron beams valued at $10.00. Jamco Roberson, a contractor, was yes terday arrested for violating building regu lations. He was released upon a deposit or 5 as collat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

rXf -? -.?'--,?"- si a r WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tme For the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, partly cloudy weather: varlnlilc winds, becoming northwesterly. 3fit INTO. 1,247. WASniGKTOST, THURSDAY MOKNINGK AitTGrUST 19, 1897-J3IGrHT PAGrES. ONE GENT. ?tTMi &&$& 4& ' & it-, b - . 'm --, i Tha Circalation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS coriES. mi (f "PTiafn iiiwfiffiBElSMiuiit I NEED 5UGCE55BBEED EM. Honest Competition Is the Very Life and Soul of Business. A COMPLAINT MADE TO THE POLICE The Great "Providers Are "Warned Agnlnst Bi caking tlo Lnw, on Complaint of. Some One "Who Is The Rnncoroas Individual? Many Merchunts Are Involved Through the Xarro-vvness of One. - "It sewns like the spirit or meanness Incarnate," ald Mr. rettlt.yestpril.iy, as he stood In front ot the prcat double stores nrd annex, 415-117 Seventh street. "What doe?" queried the reporter. But tne merchant was too bapy muslngto answer He was mentally studying Mine tnuts of human nature. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

3K.' ES, t 2 THE MORNING TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 3897. Lowest price n reoon for "Eisenian-iiiade" suits. Think of it complete Men's Suits made in the verv latest styles and now but" Former prices were S10 $12 and $15 but while these broken lots last your choice is jrours for a five dol lar bill. SI for all Manhattan Negligee Shirts. b3c for choice of all $1.25 and l.CO Madras Shirts. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and ESts. N. W. Uo Branch Store in Washington. THE HOMO'S THIRD DEFEAT ;?er Canadian Rival Carries tlic Broom at Her Masthead. The Scuwaunhka Cup "Will Remain "With the Cannclte for at Lcnst . Another Year. Montreal, Aug. IS. Tb$ yachting cham pionship for inall raters will remain in Canadian waters, for another year, at feast. ,The Canadian defender, Glencairn It. today defeated the American chal lenger Momo, In the third out of a series of four races for the Seawanahka cup tor twenty-footers. Tudar't. race was to a considerable ex tent a repetition of the previous races, ...

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