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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

!!S!iS!!SS , -x TEE lGBNUSTQ TIT!if:ESt TB;Uff,S.p A Y. AUGUST 19. 1897. 3 s-ai i'if JEWELS Receiver Has Taken Possession and tlie Brokers Wait. OPINIONS ON THE DEGISION Jodge "Bradley. Idea as to the Status "of Trading iu 3Iarglns Before the Luw Much Commented on Jn "VVasUfiiirton's "Wall Street Its Trobublo Effect. All day yesterday la Washington's Wall Etrcet the opinion or Judge Bradley, reu dorcdln the preliminary luaringor the case or Mi&s Chiinmug against Macdonald, Bul lock & Co., restraining the brokers from disposing of Miss Chaunlng's Jewelry, -was a t$plc of much Interest. Even the very uncertain condition of the slock market yesterday, apparently ot knowing -which way to turn, up or down, when cither way would mean :n!llions to bomebody, could not, keep -jieople rrom much comment on the decision. The case Is one in -which the much de bated question of the status of the stock brokers in law is concerned. Although the cause has not yet been tried, Judge Bradley sh...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

- , i"- OSf;.-," THJ: MORNING TIMj;s THUBSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897. 4 tBSraea (MOUSING. EVENING AND SUNDAY,) ur The Washington Times Company. STH.SOKT HUTCHTNS, President HUTCJIINS BUItDING. Tew Tcrk Cfflcc: 2000 Tract Bnlldlac. Sdiisgkiption Eates. Moktjiiy. uy C&nniEn: Moraine, Eremng and Simday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday.... Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Tear, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 55.00 Sis Months, " ' ' " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.0S Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three MonUjs. " " " ...... 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Sir Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, - " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year. 1-00 Orders ly mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Hooms, 486; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement; The circulation of The Tlmes for the week aided Saturday, August 14, 1S97, was as follows: Sunday, Augusts 23,459 Monday, August 9 .'.....'. 44,067 Tuesday, Aug...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

THE HOBJSTI3TG TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897 i Lansburgh & Bro. g m is i WJS WAXT TO CLOSE 1 THESE OPT 0 2 IN A HURRY, g 8 The prices on these fa Art Prizes are more a than special. t? g Hemstitched Tray Covers, g g with, drawn work 25c 43 Hemstitched Centerpieces, g fa with drawn work 25c j 8 Heavy Linen Bureau g Scarfs, 20x54 inches, with g I? drawn work 59c g " Heavy Linen Bureau a g Scarfs, 20x75, with drawn fa g work 79c & Heavy Linen Bureau g 0 Scarfs, 1Sx54 49c g g Heavy Linen Bureau fa g Scarfs, 18x72 69c U Heavy Linen Pillow jfl Shams, 30x30 S8c Pr- g Heavy Linen Pillow g Shams, with drawnwork, j g 30x30 S1 -1 9 Pr- jjj Danim-Covered Down Pil- g & lows 49c g These ar-i all right suaran- g teed with Lansburjrh's guaran- g ? tee, which means everything. 6$ Reduced in price only to have g fl vou crowd our Jewelry Counter fcl ! tomorrow. a f 0 3 SPKCfAIi SAT.E OF g g WATCH GUARDS. g g Biack Silk Watch Guards, g 3 with sterling' silver slides, g "a j a special pri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

spss ?:" -t. ?- --'iftjs 'f -3 Tjrv-yzfszn 4& j-sr-jr. &r&ws$ WFl E X """ 6 THJS MOBITOSGt TIMES,, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897. irfjy-yvi gy ? THE SEiTOeS SHUT Oil Collegian Lewis Proves Too Much for (lie Statesmen. SIXTEEN HITS OFF MERGER Up to the Eighth Inning Not a Wash ington Player Trenches Thi rtl Bute Wrigley, O'Brien nod Abbey Jluke Errors That Are Responsi ble for Three of Boston's Unas. "W. L. Pet. Boston 66 31 .6S0 Baltimore.... 63 30 Cincinnati 60 32 New York... 57 36 Cleveland.... 50 44 Chicago 47 51 Pittsturg 43 51 Lcuisvillc...'..43 55 Philadelphia.. 42 56 Washington... 38 57 Brcoklyn...:..3S 57 St. Lcui? 26 72 GAMES YESTERDAY. Boston, 8; "Washington, 0. New York, 8; Philadelphia, 5. Balriinore, 6; Brooklyn, 2. GAMES TODAY. Chicago at Washington. CIev-lund at Baltimore. Pittsburg at Boston. St- Louis at Brooklyn. Louisville at New York. Ciuelunatl at Philadelphia. Boston, Aug. 18. A long string of zeros vas marked up against Washington In the game with Bost...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

THE MOB KING TIMES, THP.KSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1897. Be 'MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. A LAUX desires to borrow from another lady $&oo; will deposit stocus worth ten times the amount; par liberal Interest ana give information for a profitable : in vestment if desired. Address KELiABLE, this offlcc. It-em WAMti) -S3.D00 to complete one or the best real estate Investments in the -Uis-triet; subscriptions received in iumb ci not lets tlian 5500; sate and certain to pay. For information address BOX 150, tins office. au!7-3t LOANS from $5 to $50 to reliable parties; also inoaey advanced on bicycles, Hoom 8, Central iildg., cor. 9la and Pa. ave. nw. aulS-bt - A NEW PLAN. 510 TO 51,000 T3ULOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC, Without rcaovaifrom possession of owner. 1'ou can nave tlie monej' the day you apply for t Pavments on the principal, of any amount . will be received at an y time, which will lewea cost of loan. LOWEST KATES. mltc, MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 August 1897

'Ji.T5fc? WS) "-wriijJijS-JiA -' SiTi-? THE MOBKUSrq TWES, ITHUBSOAY, AUGUST 19, 3897. GREAT PICKING. Choice nobby styles and best qualities in that lot of Men's find Youth's Sack Suit?, Woolen JJici'cle Suits and Men's and Boys' Shoes at OFF Regular prices. All styles all sizes ample "variety to please everyone, and all guaranteed. Robinson & Cliery Co., 12th and F Streets N. W. Clothe. Furni-liliic,. Hits Shoes. City Brevities. , Joseph Jones was Riven sixty davs hi jnH yetterdaj for assaulting Anderbou. brooks. Ali. Doll Wanzer jesterday instituted pruceedlngs toi dnorco from John Wanzer on the ground of ill-tieatment. William -Lucat. was placed behind the bars at ti-e Seventh precinct poHce feta tion last evening for drunkenness. Attorney General McKenna has leased the residence of. Mr Charles "Ulnch Ken nedy. Ko. 2127 California avenue. John Jenkins, a laboier, Jiecame dlsor derlj last evening, nar thj M street bridge and was arrested by Orficer Erenuan. Eait Tor dlvoiee wa...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

3rFX- V i1 "5 , -- "w -,-f i, -S ' "gr w - Th8 Circulation of THE TIMI3 YBiarday WA8 WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ? Tor the District ot Columbia and Mary land, threatening weather; southwesterly "winds. - T t UH-v r ra vn n v- 'v xxy N-y y coriES. l. . . . OO. 1,248. WASHIKGTOK, FRIDAY MOKMNG-, AUGUST 2, 1S97 JEIG-HT PAG0R3. ONE CE.NT. B '"---- '-' -larVStJ, -;'Kl . B mht THE Kile IS The King of So-Callea Credit That ,lias Oppressed the People for So Long, ADIFFERENT ORDER OF THINGS Ttie Cedit System Is Now n Help to Humualty Xo Longer a Draw hucU Ad Entirely Different Sys tem Has Been Established. T Tlic Kins "Extortion" Is no longer. Witn the advent ot Mayer & Pettit, the rrientls or the people, a new order of things , prevails. Credit is now a benefit Mayer & Pettlt's offer of credit means money m your pocket. "Why? Because they sell at the lowest of cash prices, and give credit in addition. The summer Is still here, and the hottest partis yet to come. How is your ice box? Does...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

17 THE MOHKING- TJJSffltlDAX, AUGUST 20, 1897. mr" Meo95 $5.00. They were $10 $12 and $15 early in the season and $5 for choice now will make short work of the few left. They're our own make so 3'ou know there's nothing lacking so far as style and finish go. A few cutawa3's among tnenL Sl'.for lmlance of Manhattan Negligee fchlrts. , ., , K3 ror all $1.25 and $1.00 Madras isegligecs. Elsemao Bros., Corner 7 th and E Sts. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. LUCKED II ! SPANISH CELL An American Citizen Confined In comnnlcado by Weyler. -HIS WIFE INSANE FROM GRIEF Consul nt Untunzas Reports the" Ouse of Mr. nod yi.ru. Domliiiruez "Wife Tried to Kill Eere3f "When IteIo'!ed Husband .Not Allowed to See Visitors. A few day ago a cablegram was scut by t'befXa&e Department to Consul General Lee directing Mm to make Inquiries into the oass vt Mr. and Mrs. Dominguez, who are naturalized American citizens. The department had been informed Uiat Gen Weyler had caused tbem to be arrested and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

-wi:? n- THE MOJ?yiyG TIMES, ,3ffiDY,f ATJ(KJST gO, 189T. 3 IRHIEe OF TBHEE WITIBH5 Gen. Miles Reports on His In Testigations in Europe. LIKES THE 3IANNLIC0ER RIFLE Treated 'With Mnrlted Courtesy in Kuglund, Au&tria and Italy His Yjevvs of the Troops, Small Anus and Orduunce of Three Military Powers The Queen's Jubilee. Gen. Miles has written two" long letters tvhich are semi-reports or the European ftp -to Secretary Alger and will be em bodied into hit. official report when ho files it with the "VYar Department. Tlie becond letter pent to Secretary Alger is the mere Interesting of the two. It is dated July 24. and was bent from Carls bad In Austria. In it he refers to hlb vi&it to Raples and his observations of the Italian troops, artillery and cavalry, while unpaged in drill, field exercka and prac tice marches. He says they appeared to be rtrong and in an effective condition .Further on he says: I -visited the Armstrong cannon fac tory near Naples, and every facility was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

'-rfrjv-s.'5 THJJ MOKJSTING TIMIES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1897. ) c. .. . (MOIUiXKG. EVESISG A2TD SBSDAY.) BY The Washington Times Company. STXLSON HUTCHIXS, President Hutciiixs Build isa. rcw Tort Cilice: 2003 Tract Baildlnc. SnuscKirTiojr Kates. Moxtjtz v. by Cakkieti: Morning. Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents burning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents livening and Suuday... -Thirty-five Cents Br MAIL. , One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.00 Bix Months, " " " "" 3.00 Three Months. " " " " 1-75 One Year, Morning and Sunday-. .... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " -. L25 One Year, evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " I-25 Sunday only, one year. I-00 Orders by mail must Te accompanied by subscription price. Telbi'Hok-es: Editorial Eooms, 48C; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement The circulation, of Tun Trains for the tceefc ended Saturday, August If, 1S97, was as follovcs: Sunday, Augusts 23.459 Monday, August 9 44.007 Tuesday, August ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

if" THE MOBNIKG TIMES FRIDAY, .AUGKUST 20, 1897. A k 8333333333333333333333 BS33 Iiansburgrli & Bro. 1 Q THIS SKIUT mincrcn to a a u Li a ci a This Underskirt, made a of fast black French sat- H ine, full umbrella style, g with deep double flounce a finished with rows of fine cording and shirring, a gored at the top on a a perfect fitting yoke, with q draw-string; length, 38 a 40-42. a Special price, 68c a a a Q a a a a a a I WuWA, 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. a 5333333333?5333333a333EEEB MEN'S 75c Qo "JKGLIGEE SIIIIlTS....x55?i E-. .-?,- Mi 7th St.. 1821. isenmann SiW.spa.Ave. SAKS SAYS No oilier house does, ever did, or ever will sell such sterling qualities at bucn low prices as we quote. AIOIY AND SAVY ORDERS. Tlie War Department has Ib&ucd orderb as follows: The leave of absence granted Col Dallas Bachc, assistant burgeon general, Dparc jnentof tie I'latte, Is extended one month. Leave of absence for two months an.l lirtecn days, to tafce effect on or aboux September 1, 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

THE aiORNIKGr TIM(ES,,, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1897 TE GOLIS Mil TIE HOST Senators Arrive Late and Their Batting Eyes Are Weak ZING IS NOT IN GOOD FORM DcMontreville, Tucker and King Make Bad Errors, and the Auson Men Incidentally Do Some Ef fective Hitting- Griffith Keeps the Hits Scuttered After the First- W. L. Boston 67 31 Baltimore.... 63 31 Cincinnati 61 32 New York... 58 36 Cleveland.... 51 44 Chicago 48 51 Pittstoirg 43 52 Louisville 43 56 Fhilaflelphia.,42 57 Brooklyn 39 57 Washington... 38 58 St. Lcuis 26 73 6 GAMES YESTERDAY. Chlcnjro, 10; Washington, 4. Boston, 16; Pittsburg, 1. Cirveluud, 3; Baltimore, O. Ciiit'inuatl, -; fnimdelnuia, 3. Uew York, 1; Louisville, O. Brooklyn, 13; St. Louis, 5. GAMES TODAY. Chicago nt "Washington. Clevt-laud at Baltimore. Pittsburg ut Boston. St. Louts at Brouklyn. Louisville at ev York. Cincinnati a't Philadelphia. Forty-live minutes after the Senators 0t eff the train at the Baltimore and Ohio Etaticn they began the game at National Tark ye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

THE MimXlEQt T1WE8, IfJlttRAY, AITGUST 20. 1897. wx ?.IQNKV WANTED AKD TO -Q-1-N WE will pay .spot cash for wcU rented fctnall houses; inut pay good pcicentage; money to loan at 4 "1-2 to ti per cent. WILSON & CORYELL, 80S F st. nw. au20-3t . $3,000 io !oaa: bo tielay. ! B. JONES, Third Poor. 1216 F bt. au2U-;3t WANT3D-'S3.SO0 to complete one of Hie best rail estate investments m the Dis trict; subscriptions received in turns cr not less than $500; Eufc and ceitain to pay. For Information address BOX 150, this office. HrJ?.T3t LOANS troza 5 -to $50 to reliable parties; also tnouer advanced on bic3cies. Room 8, Central Bldg., cor. 9th and l'a.ave. uw. aul8-St A SEW rLAN. SIO TO $1;00Q TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal from possession of owner. Von caa hare the money the xlay yon apply lor it. Payments iu tlie principal. orauyainQant, will berecelwd utauy time, which will lessea cost of "dau. LOWEST KATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 August 1897

e! jiwy'pwyriTvf.')r-ja j,, THE MOBN1KG - TITS, 1&R1D AY, .AUGUST 20, 389T. HALF-PRICE for choice of all small lots of Children's Short Pants Suits and Separate Pants. All Styles. All grades. All sizes. Many of them are this season's best sellers,' but the sizes are broken and they must go. Half-price takes them. Robinson & Cilery Co., ' 12th and F Streets N. W. Clothe. FurnUhiiiRS Hits .Shoes. Wtkt kMmtA City Brevities. Mr. Charles Rodcn. of Waynesboro, Va., forn.cily a looker lu till city, lb vlhiting Washington friends. Superintendent of Dlstiict Charities Her bert W. LewU ik enjoying a vacation a niong the Minnesota lake. A charge ot disorderly conduct was placed against William Cady at the Third precinct station yesterday evening. The compensation of M. F. Gutnley. in speetoi in the hewer department, lias been increased fiom ?3.r.O to $4 rer day. A man who gave his name as John Smith was among Uiobe who forfeited SlO for scorching yesterday evening. Douglas Hanks forfei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

.?. -a tr f',t3Ay ,PS?ri I-i?l , - - -rV" JTO'- W"i Th3 Circalatioa of TUB TIMES TesUrday "WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For tbe District of Columbia, llglit local Ebcwers: east, to fcoutlieust winds. coriES. WASHINGTON, SATUEDAY MORNINGS, AUGUST 21, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. 3sTO. 1,249 ONE GENT. 11 iTIQIJiSGSISGL How Much Longer Are We to BIusli for the Inaction of Onr Gov ernment? ALL BUT IKES GIG UP The Consumer Musi Pay More for Everything He Buys. TrHE C1SNEROS HORROR. DEATH IT MOSSING Judge Claughton and 3Iiss Cusf is Killed at Deanwood. 0 SHOES, CLOTHES, FLOUR, SUGAR A STRUCK BY THE FAST EXPRESS TIME TO CALL A HALT WVT5' tS& SQhc mimm 4186 A f verfrs. ..js -K' J mm f ia! a aiasK.'.-v 'iSStif Tsn-MKwy ... i. -. s. A Prominent lniness Sinn's Views on the Subject Every HiftUt " Thinking" American" "Will Agree With Him. 'I feel positively ashamed of my own country," said Mi. TetUt when the re - porter called on liliu yesterday. The usually busy and cheerful merchant was evidently in a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

SSS!?mf THE 310BKING TIMJTS,C SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1897. 2 Today's i Specials $5 Men's Suit Sale. y2 off Children's "Wash Suits. $1.00 for all Manhattan Nesrlijjees. 83c lor $1.25 and $1.00 Madras Shirts. 33 off Men's Trousers. Eisernan Bros., Corner 7th and ESts. N. W Kb Branch Store in Washington. BURTON IMS THE BOUTS jL Clever English Wrestler Defeats Rauert Mackey. TCorth Wnishlojrton Pulls the Prize "In a Stoutly Contested Hatch A Big Crowd. One ot the gamoht wrestling matches, ever pulled off in the District occurred at the "YVashingtonAthlctlc Club last night Robert Mackey, the clever middle-weight ortbeWashlnglonAthleticClub.andThomas Button, of Northeast Washington, were the principal It was North "Washington against South Washington, and after a stubborn contest of seventy-six minutes, Eurtoa took the third fall and won the xnatoh, amid a scene of wild enthusiasm on the part of the Northeastpeople BurtoH's wrestling -was a revelation to a majority of the spectators, as he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

a f jiggy' .SS3"'VVJ'!?'"!T v"s ? i-ijg iSvjr THE MOBSTINGr TIMES, SATITRDAT, AUGUST 21, 1897. ,-r,..v 4 ' 8 NLY 10 DAYS MORE OF THE $3 RATE Dr. McCoy Wishes to Make This Notice Em phatic Under No Circumstances Will the Opportunity of the Nominal Fee Be Ex tended or Renewed After September 1. The $3 rate ends -with the laRl day of August, and It wllKnot be extended or renewed under any circumstances, or to any Individual. Doctor McCoy has Riven full and em phatic notice that, beginning -with Sep tnnber 1, all those "who do not begin treatment or renew their treatment be fore that date, mutt pay his regular fee. ONLY TEX DATS OF THE OPrOKTUNlTY REMAIN. Only those who begin treatment or reoew their treatment during: the next ten duy& that is, before ii wlC" 51 HUSBAND AND WIFE BOTH CURED, Rev. Mr. Smith, Of Ringing Noises And Deafness. Jtev. I.. L. Smith, COO Sixth nt southwest, clergyman of the Church of tne Dnited Brethren: "I most heartily recom mend Doctor McCoy's treatment. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

" -wrr rsg$ip&r?!&jr"-rF-i'ig(v? C, Tte-f? "svf 'F- "f'WS&W1 !fm'Tfc;T:'if-"'v''' r ' p-a mv- , THE MORNTfrGt TIMJEg,. SATURDAY, ATJaUST 21 189T. 1 : CSJOKNIXfl, EVEXIXG A2CD SUNDAY.) The Washington Times Company. STILSON HTTTCHINS. President UUTCHIKS BUILDING. rew York Cffice: 2003 Tract Bnlldlnsr. ScBSCBrraox Eates. MoicTniT. by CAuniEn: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Homing anil Sunday... -Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday.... Thirty-five Cents ur MAIL. One Tear, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.00 SixtMonths, " " ' ' 3.00 Three Souths, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday .4.00- 6lx Months. " " " 2.25 Three Mouths. " " " 3-25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. 4.00 Sir Months, ' " " 2.25 ahree Months, " " " ....... L25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders ljy mail must "be accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial ' Booms, 4S6; Business Office, 1040. Circulation Statement, The circulation of The Times for the week ended Saturday, August If, 1S97, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

? ;?Ja-?Cfi?j'-i "aSa""- " 3W "&" ,"- T-V - " t i4 Mf,- THE MORSTING- TIMES,f SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1897 &j?r '& r, -"i: 0 0 g Lansburgh & Bro. g s s s Wrappers, 39c. 8 A Few Odd Sizes o a One small let of Percale worth $1.25, lu odds and ends, made g in the 8 9!raKwm latest u extra width 8 inrl lAticrth trtth fittrf wnict lin. ? w lug Princess back, full front, g j with wide girdle mandolin sleeve and turn-over collar all neatly S g trimmed with braid. These come a in good washable shades, light g and medium. All sizes in stock. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. COGS 5555 CSSGSSGSSSSSSQSQSS EESENMAN'S . Special Saturday Offerings. A GREAT SKIRT SALE. Handsome Hue of S2.5J and S3 2iil.iautine Skirts, lull width, be-tlininps. excellent fit. Saturday, $1.29. Lot of Linen Cran Skirts, that -were 1.00 and $1.25. Saturday 49 c A lot of fine hllk-rinlshBrilliantaie Skirts. Regularpnce,$4.00. Satur- lay- 3 9 S 58.00 Brocaded Silk and Satin Skirts $3.98. Bluest Waist Slaughter. 19c ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 August 1897

i" - - f 6 THE MOBNINGr TIMES, SATjJiMAY,, AUGUST 21, 1897. , tif'Ti-f. 5swl r-" wc;vwjr -J-.. i- SENATORS LOSE MO W McJames Rails in His Efforts and Swaim Is Successful. SOME SENSATIONAL FIELDING Fox and Gettman, the "cw 3Ien, Show Up "Well, und Seem to Be Fust Enough for the Stnteiuea The Outfielder Fust on His Feet and Bats "Well. Baltimore.... 63 32 .663 Cincinnati 62 33 New YorL..5S 37 .653 .611 Cleveland;... 52 44 .542 Chicago .. Pittsturg. .49 52 .4S5 .43 53 .44S Louisville 44 56- -.440 Philadelphia. 58 .426 Brooklyn. 40 57 .412 Washington... 39 59 .398 St. Louis 26 74 .260 GAMKS VESTEHDAY. Chicago, fl; "Washington, 2. "Washington, 11; Chicago, 1. Boston, 15; Pittsburg, 2. Cleveland, 5; Baltimore, 0. Philadelphia, U; Cinciunuti, 2. Cincinnati, 4; Philadelphia, 3. Louisville, O; Kew York. 3. Brooklyn, 12; St. Louis, 7. GAMKS TODAY. Chicngo nt "Washington. Pittburg Jit llnMiio. Cleveland ut Baltimore. Ciuciunatl at Philadelphia. Louisville at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Tl...

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