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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

J f -fvTT,"a'VS),t"" H THE MOIWING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. 15 P"r4f rt7 ''a'C'?'31, '59ea,- p? S iS"" The Woman FRENCH NOVELTIES. New Yorfc. Auk- 27. The French manu itfnaiuriirK, tearful or Amencau enterprise, itrc growing chary of their models, and with very good reason, too. Last year lhey-difriuyed their wares with groat eclat, under Hie impression, or course, that the Yankees had couveover to buy. But the American luiked athis watch and concluded tliat lie lmil Just tune to catch a boat -which would bring him home sooa enough to make Bonie 'Trench iiovelUeb" or Ills own Jufct at. Rood as the Parisian's, ami a titer wasn't any copyright, or patent, or .any borj. or string on the "creations," herailu-rgot the best or the Frenchman. Till hunm.cr he went over again, hoping to do the same tiling, but by tills time the wily Gaul had learned a thing or two, and i hen the American asked to see his blyles, he pulled his waxed mustache and Eaid. "Jr ne sais rieu de nomeau," and t...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

1 THE MOKJNlNa TIMES, SUJSTDAY. AUGUST 29, 1897. 16 framppfPffvprn; TIE SIS QF THE TIMES Capt ainilalian's Twentieth Cen tury Outlook. AMERICA AND ITS FUTURE Clumped nnd Chunking Conditions -Which. Bring the IKiltud Stutes Into Close Connection With the linropenn Powers Our Needs on Lund and Sea The Coining War. The outlook tlie signs of the times what are they? It is not given to human vison, peering into the future, to bee more than as through a glass, darkly; men as trees walking, oue cannot say cer tainly whither. Yet signs may be noted, even If lliey cannot he fully or precisely interpreted; and among thein I should certainly nay is to he observed the general outward impu!-e of all the civilized na tions of the Jirst order of greatness ex cent our own. Bound and swatued in tl'e tradition" of our own eighteenth century-, -when Ave were as truly external to the European woiid as "we are now a part of It- -we, under the specious plea of peace zuid plentv fulness of bread-Jiug an i...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

SBWP J THE MOJRK123G- TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 18T. 27 $ 3 5&K'S v0 -3&53 T 03$ nf thp 4i'w3SHS By 3 JOSEPH CONRAD 0 PART IV- , The forecastle "was a place of damp debO I&Uon. The men looked at tlielr dwelling with dismay It was slimy, dripping; it bummed liollow with the wind and was strewn with shapeless wreckage like a half-tide cavern in a rocky and exposed coast. Many had lost all they bad in the world, but most or the starboard watch had jircserveJ llieir chests; Uiln streams or water trickled outof them, however. They dragged wet rags from evil-jmeMng cor- ' ncrs and, wringing the water out, recog- , Hired their property. Some smiled stirriy. OlherslooV-edround, bl&nkand mute. 1 tiere , wcreCTiesof joy over old waistcoats and groans -if sorrow over shapeless- things , round among black splinters of smashed bed boardj. Charley whimpered a little. ( s. - a - i !..,... iirlr nTrne ttT Balt-ffH'f, II. poured dirty water out of a boo?, and was concerned to find th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 August 1897

WP&--. 18 THE MOENING-TIM-.ES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1897. s1? cte? The second installment or the "Library r the "World's. Best Literature" has made Its appearance, and conipri-cs hair a dozen volumes, fully equal in style and Interest to tiie promise or the first- One of the tilings for which this library is marked is the selection or passages more or less unfamiliar, but quite representative as eamples or an author's work. In the eleventh volume or the series, for example. We have, along with selections from "The Voyage of the Beagle' and "The Origin of Spenes-,' Folections showing Darwin's ruligious and philosophical views, which are not as well known as. ills scientific work. One or riie illustrations in thib chapter, moreover , deserves especial mention Ids j.reproduotUmorapam ting by Gabriel Max, entitled "The Ape-Han," which Is m tl. possession of Ernet Hntvkci M.i s religious paintings arc well known, but thl6 might be called a scientific alle gorical picture. Three rigures...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 August 1897

1 The eircnlntlon of The Sunday Times -was - 23,540 Copies. Dally average last -wedr 4i,253 Copies. WEATHTE PBOBAMLITIES. For tbe District effiColumbla, Mary? tme land, and Ylrgtntajfgenerally fair; pro ably cooler MondaylTjHght; southwesterly "winds, becoming northwesterly. OTO. 1,257. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MORNING AUGUST 30, 1897 SIX PAGE3. ONE CENT. 5ML ill : 'JzMi K l fOH THE UNEMPLOYED The Printers Out of Work to Bo Benefited on August 30. ALL PRAISE TO THE MOVEMENT Unemployed Printers of the Co la inliiii Typographical TJnloa Will lie Benefited by the Grand Excnr kIiiii to River View oil August 30 The Whole City Should Turn Out. "I like the independence of the printers.," sai.l Sir Tettlt, sententious!-, as lie pur chased half a. dozen tickets on Saturday for tlie coming bencrit on August 30. "They don't ask help, although hun dreds ct them have been out 01 work for a long time, hut with characteristic energy theyarrangefora fine river trip and splendid entertainment, the proceed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 August 1897

THE MORKINGr TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1897. Plenty of small lots of de s i r a b 1 e merchandise are here at ridiculously small prices. Too many of 'em to go into details. Come in today and spend a few minutes. You'll find it ver- profitable. Biseirsan Bros., Comer 7th and E Sts. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. Ml MESSENGERS A Glonil of Homing Pigeons Re leased for New York. SFIV-E HUNDRED IN THE FLOCK Made a Bee-Line Xor the Metropolis, Which "Was lleacbed by the Pio neer Bird in Four Hours mid .Forty Minutes Fast Time of Eurlicr Flights. !Tlie 5Q0 homers ot four New York dtsbK, whtch-arrived here Saturday nfter- uouii, were released yesterday morulug at 6 o'clock in the opeuBpaceuear the New York Avenue PresbyterimTtmrch. The number or birds waa rather unusual, and the conditions -were about as puzzling to the birds as possible- They came here over the Pennsylvania R&ilroadm twelve or fifteen lar?e baskets. They were taken direct to the establish ment of Ed. S. Sclmiid, ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 August 1897

iyJ.,'Var'''W15 ?-TpSi-'',--s$$::,sgr "X'i?Tj:-"Tzt,' &'!? ' rsr-"'''"''"''3'??"'!?' '".T5P"tB5'""w" " S!"l,,'','',:',sJ55Ht, ' THE MOBXIHG TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1897. 8 MONET WAXTKD AM TO IX) AX. ro HOME SEEKERS Do you desire a loan on an easy and equitable plan, upon Improved real estate, or to build? Please leud your address to MONEY, this of lice. a28:3 1 WANTED To Lorrow for a client. $1,000 on property worth $8,000, for 2 years; will give a first trust and fi per cent. JAMKS K. CLEMENTS, 1321 F nUnw. au29-3b LOANS from 55 to $50 to reliable parties; also money advanced on bicycles. Room Ji, Central Bldg., cor. 9 th and Pa. ave. ' au!8-tf WAATKU-Onc inoupand aollars for one to turee years at rive per cent, on good Unproved northwest property. Address V. V., Una ortice; no agents. au24-3t-cm -A NEW TLAN- $10 TO 51,000 TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PL1N0S, 'HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC., Xt itliout Temoval from possesion of owner. A"ou can bave the njoney the day you apply fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 August 1897

THE HOKNING TIMES, HOlii DAT, AUGUST 30, 1897. be tme3 BY The Washington Times Company. STILSON HUTCHTNS. President. BTJTCHIXS BUILDING. SnuscKirxiox Kates. JfOJTTin T. BY CAniHER: Jlornine;, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday.. ..Thirty-five Cents Evening .and Sunday. ...Thirty-live Cents .BY MAIL One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 55.50 Six Months, " ' ' " " 3 00 Three Months, " " ." " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 SixJIonths. " " " 2.25 Tliree Months. " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months. ' ' " 2.25 Tliree Months, " " " L25- Sunday only, one year. 1.03 Orders by mall must "be accompanied by Enliscription price. Telephones: Editorial Kooins, 4SG; Business Oflice, 1C40. Circulation Statemont. J?t circulation of THE Tijies for the Kfcfc ended Saturday, August SS, 1S97, teas as follows: Sunday, August SS 23.918 Monday, August SS 39,040 Tuesday, August 4 41,277 Wednesday, August S3 41,530 Thurtday, Augut.lG. 41.9G0 Friday, August 7... .....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 August 1897

'X'ZF- " - '" THE MOKETING TIMJJS, MONDAY, AUGUST 30. 1897 Lansburgh & Bro. a FIXE "SYKAPPEKS I REDUCED TO 9gc This perfect - fitting Wrapper, made of lawn and percale, in tight and dark effects. The sizes being broken.worth Sl-98 and SI. 68, made with fitted waist lining, pr.n cess back, full front, with fancy Bolero Jacket.wide girdle, mandolin sleeves, turn-over collar, neatly trimmed with braid, extra width, skirt 59 inches long, with deep hem. Special Price, 98c. 6 croa? BJ V--' 410, 422, 424, 426 7th St. Z MUiH-LLA. APARTMENT HOUSE. The Highland Terrace Apartment House, Cor. 14th. anl Mass. Avenue, & With the finest outlook; in the J city, In periect order, -with all modern conveniences, is now ready for the In-paction of in- tend.ns tenants. G Apply on the premises to ine w MANAGER. jm22-tr ExJSxJ: e' S SS QS xS GxS3 &J SOCIETY NOTES. "Miss Katherine Rhea, or Washington, D. P., is enjoying t- pleasant stay at the ian Marcos, Atlantic City, and is very buuu admired...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 August 1897

y ttFjSii - G rans MCXRNTBra times, Monday, august so, 1897. " a"g,'J-3tHS3BBj! f a-! !pjjsi ---.-' me iHSC 5JttiHfI"'"'5,!R""U " MONEY- saving prices are the rule here now, especially on tbose Men's and Youths' Sack .Suits, Ihe Woolen Bicycle Suits and the Men's and Boys' Shoes at ONE-THIRD tff regular prices. All new styles and best quali ties. Not an undesirable pattern or doubtful value in the entire lot. Robinson & Cnery Co., 12th and F Sts. N. TT. Mm$ City Brevities. A new coat of black paint Is being put on the iron fence hurroundms the Executive Mansion. A well attended fervice of the Salvation Anuy wjishcld in the revival tenfat Ninth and R J reels last night. A number ot complaints have been made about tbecondltionof thcidewalU on Third street near C northwest. The resrular Sunday evening service will be returned ne.t week at the Xew Xork Avenue Pretbytenau Church G. C. MeCarl reports tbs loss of a lady's pold watch on the fcteamer Macalester.laht Sunday, or at Marshal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

i Th3 Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday H WEATHER PROBABILITIES. WAS twit 41,37 For the ntj-trlcKot Columbia, generally fair; cooler; northerly winds. cofies. KO. 1,258. WASniGTOK, TUESDAY MOKNINGr, AUGUST 31, 1897 EIGKEET PAG-ES. OUSTE CEET. fEtjt m THE 5EHWGE OFTHEPEOPLE iThe First Dnfy of Every Man Is f to Help His Fellowman. TRUEST WORD EVER SPOKEN 'The Groat Providers Believe in the Truth of the Axiom Not in Busi ness for Fan, But Also Not in ? BukIupss for Robbery The Com bine's End Is iu Sight. "The tales that come to our ears dally iof exorbitant price charged for furniture are almost ridiculous were they not so patheUc," said Mr. Mayer to The Times re-portc- when the latter dropped in yesterday to pass tlie time of day. "Why arc the people so easily gulled,' he continued, "when we have told them time and time again that we are running ia big business, on the smallest kind or profit land making absolutely no charge whatever jf or credit? . "I conre.su it's beyond my compreh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

2 THiE MOBNIBG TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1897. We've put bargain prices on everything suiumerish. In all three departments clothing hats and fur nishing?. These are money-saving daj-s and merchandise like we handle was never before sold at such little prices as we're asking. Eisernan Bros., Comer 7tli andE Sfcs. N. W. ITo Branch Store in Washington. HO FIRM IS ACCUSED Charge of Embezzlement Brought Against Canty & Co. "WILKINS & CO. COMPLAINANTS Hertnao "W. Van Senden, Mr. Cur llsleV Former Secretary, und D. J. Canly Arrested andllulenoud on Hail Simple Hus.ine.ss Transac tions Their Friends Say. Mr. Dennis J. Canty and Mr. Ilernnn W. Van Senden, tlw stock brokers doing busi ne under the firm name of Canty & Co., atNu. Dim F street northwest, were yes terday wrested upon warrants sworn out by Joseph Wnfcins and Frederick Emericlc. of tJe firm of WHbins & Co., to whom Canty & Co. owe money, the charge being enberiemeHU and ''setting up and inaln tabdug a sambling...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

THE MOENIXGr TIMES, TLTEffPAY, AUGUST' 31, 3897. WEDDERBURNGASEGALLED Patent Attorney Is Charged Willi Making False UgiioeIs. RIGHT TO PRACTICE INVOLVED illsfeahunco and Malfensance on the Part of tue Accused Alleged by Counsel for the Government De fense "Will Open Its Side of the Case This ilorning- Argument In tl.c "NVeddcrbnrn care was begun yesterday- The caee results from an order upon John Wedderburn & Co. to tliow cause why the Commissioner of Pat nts?gboulrt not refuse to recognize them as patent agents. The ordsr to show ciiuse is in substance a charge tliat the respondent corporation, being employed for valuable consloeraiion to make searches or examinations of the records ot the Patent Office to determine the prolwblc patentability of inventions submitted to it, eillier willfully or by lOHhoa of gross and inexcusable negligence, has 'failed to make proper and complete Marches or examinations ot the recoras or Uic Patent orfioe. with intent to defraud and -with the re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

THE MORNI.NG TIMES, 'tflJES BAY, AUGUST 31, 1897. STtmetf (MOBNISG. rVESOXG AXD SUXSAY.) The WasMngton Times Company. STJLSON IIUTCIIIXS. President Hnicinxs Build ixa. Sunscmrnox Kates. JIOSTHIY. UV CAKBIKin Morning, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents 3Iorning and Sunday... .Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday.... Thirty-five Cents MY MAIL One Vonr. .Morn., Eva and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months, " " 3.00 Three Months. " " '' " 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 ahree Months, " " " L25 Sunday ouly, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied hy Eulrscription price. Tklki'HOVES: Editorial -Booms, 486; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement Tlie circulation of The Times for the meek ended Saturday, August SS, 1897, teas as fottows: Sunday. AuguM 22 : 23,918 Monday, Anguit 2S 39,640 Tuesday, August 24 41,277 Wednesday, August 23 41,530 Thunday, August 2G..-....i 41,900'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

THE HOUtfrSTG TIMES, TUESDAY, AT7G-TJST 31, 1897 5 IW&8S9SQ5W3raaaafSGaQG&S3 I Lansburgh & Bro. Another One-day Sale g of Ladies' Muslin Underwear. s SPECIALS SPECIAL No. 1. S Ladies' Muslin Drawers, tf made with ruffle of Ham- a a burg embroidery, cluster j g of tucks, yoke bands. g g Only 35c 8 S SPECIAL Xo. 2. 8 Cambric Umbrella g Drawers, trimmed with (3 embroidery and Valen- ciennes lace 75c is the g regular price. p .Spc tal today, 47c g SI'lSCTAti Xo. 3. 43 ' ' rt Ladies' Muslin Chemise, & made square neck, with fl deep band of embroidery g fc acros s front, cambric ruf- rt " fie around neck and arm- $ holes, extra length, fin- g 3 ished with cambric ruffle 45 Ej around bottom. 0&- 48c g 41 if g Bear In mind that though these g P goods arc sold below their regular a g prices, we hold ourselves thor- g ougfhly responsible for their wear, g fc You get a "Lansburgh" Guarantee 41 S with each article, and that means 3 g everything'. S 49 8 I WiWek' tTO v- 65 42...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

6 THE lUTOTlKING TIMES. TUESDAY. AUGUST 31, 189T. " PIRATES THIS AFTER Last Scries Willi Donovan and His Aggregation. MERGER WILL LIKELY PITCH After the Pittsburgs Come tho Ijoalhvilles Two jStmies oa Labor Day Result of the Contents in Baltimore, Boston and .Sew York Standing: of the Clubs. W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... 71 32 .689 Boston 74 34 .685 New York... '64 3S .627- Cincinnati 62 39 .614 Cleveland.... 54 49 .524 Chicago 50 5S .463 Louisville 4S 60 .444 Pittsburg 46 5S .442 Fhiladelphia..47 61 .435 Brooklyn 45 61 .425 Washington... 44 60 .423 St. Louis 26 SO .245 GAMES YESTEKDAX. Baltimore. 7; Cincinnati, 1. Huston, O; Cleveland, 2. Chicago, "; Xew York, 5. GAMES TODAY". Pittsburg at "Washington. St. Lonis at Baltimoie. Chicago at Boston. Cleveland at Brooklyn. Cincinnati tit Xcw York. Louisville at Philadelphia. The Pirates "will do battle against the Senators ttiih afternoon, and also tomor row and Thursday. They are in about the same class as the Statesmen, and should be easy p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

THE MOUKJDSG TIMES, TtfjfSbAY. AUGUST 31, 1897. '-$ r MONEY VANEDAXTTO L?fl TO HOME SEEKERS-Do you desire ft loan op an easy aad equitnbi- plan, upon improved real estate, or to build? Flense scud your address to MONEY. this of rice. uu29-3t WANTED To Vorrow for a client.. $1,000 dfiSproperty worth 8,000, fur 2 years; will glv. a first trust and 6 per cut. JAMES E.CLEMENTS, 1321 F st. nw. au29-3t LOANS rrom $5 to S50 to rellalilc parth-; (alto money advanced on bicycles. Boom fe K, Central Blag., cor. 9th and Pa. ave. nw. - aul8-tf -A NEW PLAN. 10 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, BORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal from possession of owner. You can liavc the ruoney the day ycu apply lr a Payments, on the principal, or-any amount, will be received at any time, which win lessen cost of loan. LOWEST KATES ,, ,...,. MOST DESIRABLE 7LRMS No cost to you if loan is not -made. Klrlnf.lv ruinflilontinl. rieafc all for further information, CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO., CAP...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 August 1897

THE MOBNiyq TISIIES, TUESDAY, ATJGrTTST 31, 1897. CROCKER'S Shoes Shlned Free 939 Pa- Ave. $ Like Snow I 1 Before the Sun! The Children's and Misses' $1.50, $2 and $2.50 Shoes which we cut to 49c are running- away like snow before a summer's sun. Quick comers may yet find the sizes they want for their young ones. These are in "Russet" Oxfords and "Russet" and Black One-strap Spring: Heel Slippers. Isn't the price ridicu lous? The3''re yours for 50c Tennis Shoes for SOc. Only sizes 8, 9 and 10 in the Chil- aren s ouc icnius ohuus. ocuu )uui uu down for a pair or two. The balance to gro at -f 0 Big bargains in Shoes for all men and especially big men. fRflfKFR'S MiasttA City Brevities. Kanchc n. Gibson yesterday entered suit for divorce against Ernest C- Gibson. Tle members of the fire department will shortly be measured for their winter suits. Tlie assailants of Constable Gaines, of Rofcslyn. Parker and Harris, have not y-.it oeen caught. The usual monthly dinner of the Ad Wrltere' C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

WIATHER PROBAnlLlTIiS. Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS For the District or Columbia, .Maryland and Virginia, fair, followed by increas ing cloudiness Wednesday afternoon; var iable -winds, becoming southeasterly and warmer. MA O IT Ug fffllUlj'i'i n mm iE35SBBm i ',V'r coriES. MO. 1,259. WASnilTGTOIT, WJEDJSTESDAY MORmNGr, SITPTEMBJER 1, X89T EIGHT PAG-E3. 0213 CE2T. Kbc W jBounnnnoDtuR BW!SiM ttmljjfeiALiiuiif-rgi 1 RIDICULOUS MISTAKE Passed (he Proofreader's Watch ful Eye. AGOIDENTS WILL HAPPEN Sat the Intelligent Public Can Seo the Difference Between u Roman Chair and u. Folding Chair, and "Will Understand the Error. The reporter got jumped on with both leot when he stroll ediuto the great double store anil annex, -115-417 Seventh btreet, yoaterday evening. "Yon folks have made a pretty mis take In our advertisement," ejaculated both the great providers in a breath. "Can't your printers tell the difference between a folding chair and a Roman cliWr," pointing to the adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

THE MOUSING- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER l,fc189T. 2 -x- It isn't safe to wait an other minute if you want one of tlie $5 Men's Suits. ISfot more than a hundred left and they'll go in a "jiffy." "Odds and -ends" but all $10 $12 and $15 qualities. T3c rnrwmeMadras SUrts, worth rap to $L&0. . SL.Hu for allM&nhattan:rcgligees. ,'3Ec.f(H,ume 75c "bike" hose. 1-5! off ChUaren's Wash Suits. Eiseman Bros., Comer 7tli anrlE Sts. K. TV. No Branch Store in Washington. WM JOBS M EIGHT Mr. Young Announces .Several Important Appointments. DEPARTMENT BEADS NAMED aix. Ustnson, of Wihcoxihin. Messrs. QlarJt, Phillips, Slauson, WJHttle isex and Mason Among the Lueky Queti Given Good Places No More dominations for tlie Present. There wore eight Important additions made' yesterday to 'the Muff f the new ILibrary !.- 12 brarin a Young, who named the following appointments: Gaier rtf itlie catalogue department, Jlr. II. Clark, of Ala bama, tjupenatendeat or the halls, maps ainfl dHHT.R.Mr.r-Luer...

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