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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 August 1897

THE MOKETNG TIMES, TOSSES DAY, AUGUST 25, 189T. J JdONET WANTED AND TO LOAN. LOANS iitim 5ito DU to -tenable parues. aUo money advanced on bicycles. Room b, Oeutral Uldg cor. tb and l'a. ave. nw. aub-7t WANTED One thousand dollars for oue to three years at five per cent, on good improved northwest property. Address V. v., tins ornce; no agents. nu24-3t-em LOANS tram 55to-S50 to reliable parties; also money advanced on bicycles. Room 8, Central iildg., cor. 9tU and Pa. ave. uw. aulH-bt A NEW PLAN. 510 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOB, HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC-. Without xcmuval from possession otowner. You can have the money the day you apply Tor it. Payments On tue principal, of any amount, will be received at any time. "Which -will lessen cost of loan. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you ir loan is not made. Strictly confidential. Please call for nuttier Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-em C02 F st. nw. 11. K. i'ULTON'Sloan office, 1216 P...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 August 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25,-1897. FALL DERBYS- The new shapes are now ready. We have all the stand ard blocks in the latest modes and colors. Prices, as usual, a DOLLAR OR TWO LSS than the exclusive hatters ask for identically the same hats the only difference is that ours haven't the maker's name in the crown, but they arc fas fully guaranteed as anvbodys. Our name is there, and that is guar antee enough for anyone in Washington. Men's and Youths' Sack Suits, Woolen Bicvcle Suits and Men's and Eoys' Shoes ONE-THIRD OFF of regular prices. Robinson & Cheiy Co., 12th and F Sts. 2f. W. Clothes. Furtiixliiiic" Hals. Shoes mt J8tej City Brevities. Tiic improvements on the Dun.bartou 1 venue M- E. Church ire well uudsr way. Tlie now Mhedule of prices oltlie sealer of wrtlit and incasui-es went into clfeec. yesterday. llr.JohnlWaotliandllr.Adolph'VVehrle, or Baltimore, are visiting friends in Uiia city Dr. William T. Carr, the new coroner, filed lilt, band with the Commiss...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

(The sT imwm Ifcterfi rflfer WAS KO. 1,253.. WASmtfOTOiN, THURSDAY MOISTING-, AUGUST 20, ISOT-BIGHT PAGES. ONE CEJST. He CIBCEATM oi The Times is GUABABTEED by (lie Advertisers Guarantee Company Under a ULlltltfiE "i VjrWMfc, fttr, inIll. k.di fcevw C0riE3. Bond oi $50,000 IT JIBflUT MONEY SAVING Jf Poeple "Would Buy Out of Season HJitty yUght Save Their Rent A GLEAR CASE IN POINT jTIjp Great Providers Explain in Detail How the Prudent Hoiis.; Tteeper Can, by Using Judgment, inve Really Large Sums Annually in JJuying for the House. "When one dollar -will buy two dollars' wartb, then Is iLe time to purchase, if the article Is of ceitalu future nccesssty In (tJie family. Now, tnl.e the ca-e of refrigerators and ice biofl. .Mayer .t I'cttlt purchased Iwth in car-load flots ou-tIj in the sea-on, and sold them .it ibelr regular close margin. Sixty altogether aie left, and the season Is neai at an end. These being bought for ipot cash icprcstnt cash. Al&jer & Pcttit -vaut the cash...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

THE MOIUSIMG TI3IES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1S9T. 2 lKe 12 "We made a purchase of 2,800 pairs for exactly half of what we paid earlier in the season. The' go on sale today at the lowest price on record for wool goods 35c a pair--or 3 for $1.00 "Remember thej-'re wool and 75c is the regular price. Eiseman Bros., Gorner7tliaiidESts. N. W. Kb Branch Store in Washington. GHiGAGO wmrrs tilige Wealthy Plymouth Church Ex tends a Gall to Him. THE NEWS A SURPRISE HERE 'JheT'reachor Is Absent on a Leetcr JngToDr and It Cannot He learned if He It, Aware of the Action Tulle-. "With Meuibers of His Con gregation. A press dispatch to The Times last nlgou uadei kttu ot Chicago, announced tlmt PlymuUi Church, one of the wealth est in the city, has decided to call Rev. T. DoWitt Tafanagc to Till the pulpit made vacant uy the illness of Dr. Frank "W. Gunsalus. lswe ef tle flook of Rev. Dr. Talmas appeared last night to liave an j thins approaching a flood of light on the in teresHug subject of the tran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

t'.f.W THE 3101 NIHa TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897. HE 1MIS HAPPY Say tlie Opinion in Hyattsville Case lias Been Nullified. REVIEW OF THE LITIGATION Fight ainfle by the Speculators lu Vucnnt Lot Ajjulust the Hfforf to Helleve Improvements and Pe" ikODJil Property From Municipal Taxation and the Outcome of It. The Hyattsville and other Maryland mngle-taxers are happy In the teller time the telngle-tax movement or 1S92 has been vindicated by the Maryland oouit or ap peals and the contentions made by fif teen lawyers at the time all virtually al lowed. Aba consequence, the single-tax idea is likely to sprins into prominence in Maryland again in the near future. The efforts of the Uyattsville singlc taxcrs in lSi2 to put into operation the theory that the product and earnings of Industry bhould not be taxed made the name or tiat village familiar to the whole country. It resulted in a temporary vic tory for the advocates of the idea, but the speculators in vacant lots invoked the cour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

THE HOrvJSTlNG TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 3 897. 8Kme0 (MOUSING, TXrSSJSa AST SUNDAY.) The Washington Times Company. STXLSON HUTCHINS. President HUTCHINS BTTH.DIKG. rcw Tcrk CfflcK 2000 Tract Enildlnr- SunscErpxiou: Hates. Mosttitx v. by Caeiiieii: Morning, Evening and Sunday. Pifty Cents Illuming nud Sunday... .Thirty-live Cents Evening and Sunday... .Thirty-five Cents One Year, Morn., live, and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months, " ' " " 3.00 31nee Mouths, " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.23 One Year. Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Mouths. " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Booms, 48G; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statoraont. Tlie circulation of The TiaiES for the veil: ended Saturday, August SI, 1S97, was ct follows: Sunday, August 15........... 23,935 Monday, August 16 42.0G2 Tuesday, August 17 42.88S Wednesday, August...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

THE MOEarTMe TIMES, THURSDAY, AUgj-TJST 26, 1897 5 I Lansburgh & Bro. ? I f IT'S JUST LIKE f I FINDING MONEY I Buying These Bargains, f J Opportunities likethese ft come butonce in a season a This isthe "wind-up" of a I season. It is Lansburgh's J way of closing out small f lots. f worth 75c ! 25c f k Ladies' Waists, i a worth SI to $2 48c a Ladies' Waists. I worth up to S3. 66c Ladies'Crash Skirts, f worth SI. 25 5Sc 4 Ladies' White Duck Skirts, worth S2.... 79c Ladies' Wash Suits, made of lawn,duck a or pique, wonh f , $3.68 to $5 1 .95 8 I . I f 420, 422, 424. 426 Till St. ? GKKA I ,Nl MMER SALE or Suits, Millinery, rurnlshtngs M(,S l'ALACK, M1Z-B14 7th Bt.; 715 Market Bpaco 1 and $L.o Lawn j.ud Pcrcau yf fi- Wrappers M-vLr isenmann Sii A AMUSEMENTS. -iltobt-rt Downing "will open hlB season next Monday evening- at the, Academy -wftii a strong company and a. lepertoire including a new play. Mr. Downlng'a ifur.UKtomtng tour Is particularly notloe ahte for tbfl excellence of las...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

7 JT jjgf - ---------r------I&!Sri THE MOEJSTING- TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897. 6 TIE BEDS FAIL TO SCORE Dr. McJames' .Masterly Work Is Well Supported. DE MOSTRBVILLE IS HONEST Called "Upon by TJuiplre "Lynch to Su&tuln a Decision, lie Admits. Tina ITe Did Not Toucli the Rnu ner Rellly Played Third and Has Been Kc-SIfiued. W. L. Pet. Boston 72 32 .692 Baltimore.... 66 32 .673 Cincinnati 62 35 .639 New York... 61 37 .622 n teH Cleveland.... 52 47 .525 Chicago 49 55 .471 Philadelphia..47 58 .44S Louisville 45 59 .433 Ercoklyn. 44 5S .431 Pittsburg 43 5S .426 Washington... 41 60 .406 StLaiis 26 77 7 .252- GAMES YESTERDAY. "Washington, 4; Cincinnati, O. Boston, 17; L.ouli-ville, 1 First game. L-ini-svlllc, 11; Boston, O Second game. Biiltluiore, 3; Chicago, 1. Philadelphia, 8; St. Louis, 2. Brooklyn, 14; Pittbburg, O. Xew Yorlr, 5; Clevelund, O. GAMES TODAY. St. Louis, nt "Washington. Cincinnati at Baltimore. Clevelund nt Bot-ton. Xjuaisrillp nt Broofclyu. Chicago ut New Yor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

THE MORylNQ TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26f 1897. j MOSKY WANTED AXD TO LOAy. UNITED MATES BUILDING ND LOAN ASSOCIATION, J.313 F St. N. "V KtutIt.lipd 1SH0.) MONTHL SAVINGS deposited with this Association will cam COMPOUND IN TEREST, 5. 0 and 7 per cent, aud be bonureft bv FIRST MORTGAGE on Real Estate. S31.200 or the Capital Stock ur Me Afcsouation lias been j-ub.xcrjlied Tor duriikK tsf lat ninety days. All pay ments draw interest from dale of de pout. au26-3t LOAK fiwm 5?5 to 60 lo relttible pirUi, also luutjcy advanced on bicvcles Room N central Bias ,cor 9Ui and Pa. ave. nw. aulB-lf WANTED One Uiousand dollars for one to Ulrea years at rive per cent, on good improved jiorttiwest property. Address V. v., tmsorilcc; no agents. nu24-3t-era -A NEW FLAN. 10 TO 1.000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal from possesion of owner. Yon can have tbe money the day you apply fm tl Fajiucnu. on the principal, of any amount. wilibcTeiMivedatauy time, w)...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 August 1897

8 THE MOENimaTIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 3 897. EN'S and Youth's Sack Suits, all the Woolen Bicvcle Suits, and all Men's aiid-Boy's Shoes are offered at & " .3 Off of Regular Prices. All choice new st3'les and pat terns, in sizes and shapes to fit everybody. Robinson & Chcry Co., 12th and F Sts. 2f.W. ClotlicB. FurnUliliiv Hals. Shoes. City Brevities. George Fomieyer will have to answer V. a charge of trespass In the police court this morning. Marx Wood, charged with assault upon llBiiirred Gregory, wab filled 10 hi police court yesterday. A leaky liydrant at the comer of Thirty fourUi and i streets tms been reported U the water djparfctn at. ilaj Moure yesterday appointed Jere iiiIhIi McCarthy a private of class 1 on the police fore-, -tice Ulnndford, deceased Mrs. Rosa nutty was fined $5 yester day for profanity and acquitted on a charge of keeping a disorderly hou.ie. Williawi Sin.s, colored, and Frank Cross, white, fought yesterday ovei a small matter and wcie arrested l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

WEATHH PEOBABILITIES. Wit. For tlie District of Columbia, Maryland and "Virginia, generally fair; warmer; varl- (able -winds, becoming southerly. JnTO. 1,254. WASHINGTON, FBIDAT MOIENTNG, AUGUST 27, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. The CICDIATIOH of Tk Times is GUARANTEED by the Afarta Guarantee Company UMer a Bond of $50.00 Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Ye3t3rday WAS 41s0 . coriES. Wit A II i TIE 'GUIS PiSPEIIITl There Can Be No Doubt of Its Genuineness and Permanency. FIVE YEARS OF GOOD TIMES The Nation Is Going: to Fee the Fat Klne of Prosperous Years Eat Xp the Lean Cattle of the Punt Bad Years of Hard Times Pol itic Nor Party Have Anything to Do "With It. , ' ''Piping times are coming," said Mr. Mayor to tae reporter when h dropped into an -easy cltalr for a moment's ohnt with the newspaper man. "And I tell you, and you may tell tlie great American people, that politics has nothing in God wide -world to do with the onse. It's not a question of Repub llcanlBUi or Democracy, silver or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

2 THE WOBNIKO TIMES, FKIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1897. Plenty of bargains here to reward wise seekers. Fresh, clean merchandise, too not the trash that some stores seem to take a de li glit in handling. Soror $10, Si:-' and 15 Wcirt ; Suits. Broken lots -but bom e or et "O " J li, tlie biggest clothing bargain we ever oHVreU. .. 73c. ror genuine Madt-a NeriiRee .Slurb, that were formerly 5-1 p ; c -; and 1.00- Collars nad cutis at-taciied-Just the style or Shirt that lots or comfort-loving men wear tin? winter More'-. the best bike" Hose bargain In America. 3Cc 3 pairs for si .00 for wool liosc that are regularly 0c a ' pair. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7ih andB Sts. K. W TSTo Braucn Store in Washington. GOMPERS IS CONFIDENT Federation of Labor President Be lieves the Miners Will Wiu. St.nih.ers Determined to Establish u Minimum Living Unto mid Will tXot Accept Starvation Wages. Samuel Gotapers, president of the Ameri can Federation of Labor, who lias just returned to thlsty from Pittsburg, when a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

THE MOKNISra TIMES, FRIDAY, ATJGrTJST 27, 1897, HEORIGH'S NORFOLK PLAHT The Big Washington Brewer Is Reaching Out. BOWS A BUSINESS BLOCK luimcDBi' Cold Storage, Bottling and Inchiuery Establishments niul a Theater-"Wliy the Bustling Vir tfiula City Was Selected Cor the Venture Tulk AVith Mr. Heurich. -Mr. ChrlEiiun TJcuricb, president of the Heurich Brewing Company of this city, boe stretched forth his enterprising arms and gathered in a large bectiou ot tlie most desirable business portion ot Nor folk, Va. In Tact, it can be said he se- cured a double armful, for the property consists both of purchased and leased lauds. The property If bounded by Nebraska and Union streets, and is located in the very center or tue business part of the city. Mr. Ileurich letumed front Norfolk this morning, and shortly after his arrival v.'as seen by a reporter for The Times. He Eeczned much pleased over his new invest ment, anU Eald that the work ot con structing the necessary buildings would be beg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

THE MOHKIG TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1897. 4 Ulimch (MOKNIXG. EVENING AND SUKDAT.) BY The Washington Times Company. STELS02T HUTCHIXS. President Htjtchins Building. Tew York Office: 2000 Tract Bnlldlac Stosckipxios Rates. Mokthx.v. Br Cabkike: MornincEveniccnnd Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Ennday.... Thirty-five Cents Eroniug and Sunday Thirty-five Cents by MAir.' Ono Year, .Morn., 32va and Sunday, $5.50 Bir Months, " " 3.00 Thiee Months. " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.09 Fix Mouths. " " " 2.25 Three Months." " " 1.25 imeYear. evening and Sunday..... 4.00 fcix Mouths. ' " " 2.25 Oirce Months, " " " 1.25 Eunday only, one year. LOO Orders hy mail must lie accompanied by niltscription price. Telemioxes: Editorial Booms, 486; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. The circulation, of The Times for the Kceh ended Saturday, August 21, 1S97, was vs ettoios: Sv-fiday, August 15 25.935 Monday, August ID 42.0G2 Tuesday, Avpust 17 42.8SS Wednesday, August IS .. 42.5SI nm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

THE aLORSTCBTG TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1897 s 35333333333333333333333333 n a b Lansburgh & Bro. g re si B CI n Yon might well say: "What is a the world coming' to," when you R see goods sold at these prices. a Ladles' I5c Belts, 5c g E LadifiR' 25c Bfiltf;. 15c a . , a g Men's 25c Belts, I9c g Men's 50c Belts. 39c 1 r a b Ladies' Waists. 3 worth 75c 25c g Ladies' Waists, 1 g worth SI to S2 46c a I Children's Mull and a g Straw Hals, worth g SK9S and $2-25 75c n Ladies Ribbed Vests, i e Now JDc a 3 for 25c 3 B a b a b a b 25c for 50c a n a g Combination Suits. 1 13 a n 50c quality, Ladles' Combina- b tiou Suits, Swiss Ribbed, made in a n two styles high neck and short a sleeves and low neck and no H b slseves. a b a h a p a 1 Jowe j d a 420, 422. 424, 426 7th St. 1 5 a BEEEEEEEECEEnsaaClXCCEECCCB HIGH-CLASS APARTMENT HOUSE. & The Highland Terrace Apartment g House, Cor. 14th and f; Mass. Avenue, & with -the finest outlook in the city, in perfect order, "with all moueni ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

2S - THE MOENIKG TIMES, EJRIDAT!, AUGUST 27, 1897. i FIRST FROM THE DHDWIS Senators Have an Easy Time De feating the Missourians. MERGER PITCHED GOOD BALL Farrell, Tnclcer, Brown mid Relllj Handle the Stick Opportunely and tlie Monde Third BiiM'iimu Also Pavilioned the Fielding of the Statesmen A Sensational Stop. fflF 6 W. L-. Pet. Boston 72 33 .686 Baltimore.... 67 32 .677 Cincinnati 62 36 .633 New York...62 37 .626 Cleveland.... 53 47 .530 b Chicago 49 56 .467 .443 .43S .431 .427 3 7y Philadelpliia..47 59 MS Louisville 46 59 Pittsburg 44 58 Brooklyn. 44 59 Washington... 42 60 .412 St.Lcuis 26 7S .250 GAMES YESTERDAY. Washington, 6; St. Lonis, 1. Cleveland, 7; Boston, 1. Baltimore, 3; Cincinnati, 2. Xew York, It); Cblcugo, . Pittsburg, 4; Philadelphia, 3 Eleven Innings. Louisville, 1U; Brooklyn, 8. GAMES TODAY. St. Lonis nt "Washington. Cincinnati at Baltimore. CleveUiod at Boston. Louibville ut Brooklyn. Chicngo nt New York. Pittbhurg nt Philadelphia. "With the bases full and one...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

TJXK Jll ll, J JJS C TI A1E3. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1897. MONEY WANTED AND TO IX) AX. WANTCfl-By gent in office. SI 00; good security given. Address SECURITY, this office. It. UNITED STATES BUILDING AND LOAS ASSOCIATION". 1313 F St. X. "W. (KstuDHhUcd 18JJO.) MONTHLY SAVINGS deposited with this Association will earn COMPOUND IN Ufc.ll EST, 5. 0 and 7 per cent, and be heeured by FIRST MORTGAGE on Ueal Estate. $31,200 or tlio Capital Stock or the Association lias lieeii .-uliscribed ror during the last ninety davs. All pay ments draw Interest from date of ile IK)H)U au2G-3t EOANS from $5 to ,50 lo reliable partus. 1k) iiioiit advanced ou bicycles Room 8, CentTal Tlldg ,cor. 9 th and Pa. ave- '. aul8-tf WAM'tu-onc inousand dollars Tor one to.tbree years at rive per tent, on pood improved liortiiwent properly. Address 1). v, tms oruce; no agents. . au24-3Vem A NEW flax. 510 TO SI .000 TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES. ETC., Without removal fro.n possession of owner...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 August 1897

o 8 THE MOKNrNGTIMES, 3TKIDAT, ATJG-TJST 37, 3 897. medium Weight Suits plenty of them. Just the proper weight for earl)' fall wear among: these Men's md Youths' Sack Suits at One-Third Off regular prices. All new pat terns and stj'les. too. Dou't forget that all the Woofen Bicvcle Suits and Men's md Boys' Shoes are also ONE THIRD OFF. Robinson & Chery Co., 12tli ami F Sts. 2f. V. Clotlics. FurnWliIngs. Hats. Shoes. - City Brevities. Private F1.!kt, of the Seventh precict, i on the sick li&L ' The drtvt-wayf, in the Monument grounds Bie lining regraded. Neu gutter arc being laid on Sixth ttreot, between 1' and R streets. Samuel Hunt, a clerk, forfeited collateral last erontng far riding a bicycle without a bdll. TJie new transfer system of the Capital Traction Company has been giving general satlcfudlan. A lurielu Uiebtreet In Richardson's court noribwetiC luw l:een causing a great deal of Incuitvexrtence. A larpi nmithcr or visitors daily go to Ik fro tMtltiitt: beach to wn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

k ' WEATHIR PROBABILITIES. tme . tot the District ot Columbia, Maryland, 'Yirglnla, and North Carolina, fair; southerly winds. :nx. 1,255. WASHlGTOX, SATDBDAT HORNIXG-, AUGUST 28, 3S97-EIGrHT PAGES. OSTE CEST. The QRCBLATM oi The Times is GERMED by Risers Guarantee Company Under a mk TIw Circulation of THE TIME3 Yesterday"? WAS 411,700 COPIES. m IH I the lavi Bond oi $50,000 KOTHER X-RAY IB Reputed Strange Discovery by a Baltimore Physician. MARVELOUS IF CORRECT The Bnrnsonlnn Proverb "Will Have to Be Altered to "Oh, "Wad Some Glftie Power Gle U& ti Hide Our selves, Lest Ithers Sec Us." It was alter hours when the reporter happened into the great double store and annex, 415-417 Seventh ttreet, last even Ing, and he found Messrs Mayer &. Pettlt laughing heartily. They had Just been reading about the reported discovery of a Baltimore physician of a. new adaptation of the x-ray, whereby an ordinary photograph could be developed . jo fchow a person without clothes or even his In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 August 1897

THE MOTtNINGr TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1897. Our store is too full of bargains just now to adver tise 'em all. Best way is to spend a few minutes witli us today. But you can get an idea of how'we're slashing prices from tlie few items below: SS Tor Men's Suits that have Jieen 310 -SI 2 and S15 up to now. Broken lots but your size very likely. 73c. ror genuine Madras Negligee Shirts thst were 51.50. 51.25 and 51.00. ColUrs and cuffs attached real ooiarort shirts. 35c a pnlr-3 ior S1.00 lor "bite" hose Mmt are regularly 75a J.-2 oft cntlfinMPs Wash Suits. 1-3 orr Men's Crash Suits and all T.'ool fcaite and trousers. Eisernao Bros., Comer 7th andE Sts. N. "W. No Branch Store in Washington. TROPHY LOST BY DEFAULT District Shooters Surrender Their Claims to the Hilton Emblem. Kb Gontest for the Championship hi Seu Girt Two Teams to Kcp re boot the Local Guardsmen. Wlien elie District of Columbia National Gaardsmen who will represent the local brigade en tle rifle range at the annual m...

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