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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

THE MOKNIKGTIMSS, TVTCDJOISDAT, SEPTISMBElt 1, 1897. 8 r V0Y1GE OP YUKOM HHEfl Poet-Miner Miller Describes a Cruise in the Golden Current. OLBGLORYINBRITISD WATERS Prize -jFierliter Slnvio Found in a Ganip Heading ti Gung of Rcnd 3IUers Sailing, in TagihU Si-u. TUixOfcy rrospectorn Bruvc tlieTei -rohs of White IIor.se Fall. New Torfe, Aug. 31. Joaquin Miller. a nisriUcr to tlie Journal, dated, "At the lleaAW tlie Yukon, Dominion of Canada, Aait4fi," -write: -iSSftw days ago this great river, the .gritfftiteUn iwlunife and length on the globe, A somcy was almost unknown. Today It K-J) is flio HMMst renowned, and still entirely n-prtttft-tuc world or Inquiry- A brief letter from $ts bource, therefore, involving a voyage. Incidents, flowers, animal life and all fli&t. must be of interest to the millions with tjye turned to the golden Yukon. ".Weetnrtedln our barges on the morning or Anigust 3. The Examiner, equipped and xruinucd for our party, carried a captain or thirteen years' e...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1897. Cimcd (MOBKIKG. EVENTSO -AJN'D sutixt.) Tie WasMngton Times Company. BULSON HTTTCHINS. President Hutchiks BuiLDDra. Subsckituok Hates. Monthly, by Caiujier: Morning, EA-eniDgand Sunday. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday.. Tliirty-fivo Cents BY MAIL. One Year. Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 5.50 Six Months, " " ' " 3.00 Three Moiuhs, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.06 Six Months. ' 4 " 2.25 Three Months. " " " L2j One Year, Evening and Sunday.,... 4.00 Six Months ' S-25 31 re! Months, " " " L25 Sunday only, one year... 1.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied by subscription price. Telephos hs: Editoriil Booms, 4SC; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement. Tiit circulation of Tun Times for the veck ended Saturday, August S3, 1S97, was as follows: Sunday, August SS 25.918 Monday, August SS 39.610 Tuesday, August Sf 41,277 TrerffiftHiaj, August S5 41,530 IThurfday, August SO. 41,960 Friday, Augu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

THE MOHNTBTG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1897 XjASsbukgh: & bko. J A. TREAT FOR f J .LACE BUYERS. f S t Another lot of Oriental $ t Laces, in butter and & white. Different widths. Worth 25c. ForOcperyd. r j 25c Ali-linen Torchon & m Laces forloc per yd. 5 Fine Valenciennes La- S ces, 30c par dozen. a v This width, lace is mcch ia de- ? P maad now. The jatterns are heauti- (J fal. P BELTS. 5c J One lot of Ladies' Belts. J J Rearular 15cgoods. Only $ 4:5c Double-Faced Satin , Ribbon reduced to 25c. I 35c All-silk Gauze Rib- ? - bon reduced to 12jc. ? 25c Double-Faced Satin 4 S Ribbon, 15c 0 These relnctions are "worth your immediate consideration. Should yon. g be late yia -will have no one to blame 0 bnt yourselves. a 4r0, -522, 424, 426 7lh M. & 'zwsi -9 a&. "Opening" Of the ciiiaa, "lass andhouse farnishinjr department. The patrons of "the depenuable store" will be pleased to learn tuat tue new nuna, gia&2 auu ftou&c furn ishings departmentis now read...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

6 THE HOBNIKG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,. 1897. Nil FIRST FROM PIRATES Senators Take the Initial Game With the Smokefown Boys. MERCER IS SPLENDID FORM Visitors Full to Find Hie; Jilted Delivery Until the Sixth, WJiea Davis Score ou n Drive Into the Bleachers The Seuwtors Have Little Trouble lVith Eugliey. W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... 72 32 .692 Boston 74 34 .685 New York... 66 3S .635 Sir $H Cffifimnai! 62 41 .602 Cleveland.... 54 50 .519 Chicago 50 58 .463 U) 7d3 Louisville 48 61 .440 gCS PMladelphia..48 61 .440 Pittsturg 46 59 .43S Brcoklyn 46 61 .430 Washington... 45 60 ..429 Et. Lcuis 26 81' .243 GAMES YESTERDAY. Washington, 8; Pittsburg, 4. Baltimore, 12; St. Louis, 5. Boston, 8; Chicago, 8 Eleven in nings; balled. New York, 7; Cincinnati, G First game. New York, O; Cincinnati, 1 Second game. Brooklyn, 9; Cleveland, 4. Philadelphia, j; Louisville, 4. GAMES TODAY. PIttshnrg at "Washington. St. Louis at Bait! more. Chicago at Boston. Gleveland at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Xew York....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

THE JIOEKING TJJOJS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBJEK 1, 1897. MONEY WAXTED AM) TO LOA.V. WANTED To borrow $1X0 for G months; mortgage on furniture anrt lunch room rr security, will board party for use of money. Address N., this office. 1 1 LOANS fro.ii $5 lo SjIiO to reliable parties! also money advanced on bicycles Room t, Central Blag.. cor. Otti and Pa. ave. n'v. aul8-tf -A NEW PLAN. $10 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. riANOS, HOUSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without nnuoval from possession of ovi-. You oau have Uie money the day you apply fr it Payment on t" principal, or any amount . will be received at any time, whioh "will lessen cost of loan. LOWEST KATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS No cost to you if loan is not made. Kiiictly confidential. lMcat tall for further information, CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. ll-tf-em C02 F bt. nw. H. K FULTON'S loan office, 121S Pa. ave. nw., mont loauedon watches, diamonds, jewelry, hllverware, eta aplo-oin LOANS. MAUI. ON APPROVED COLLAT eral. Mich as lire p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 September 1897

THE MOENIKG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 3 89T. !!!!".!".!! !1!! i!".!! The Busy Corner, 8th and Market Space. MAYER & PETTIT. fei WE WILL WIND UP OUR In the matter of furniture Our capacious stores offer a selection wide enough to embrace all tastes. They are full to overflowing- with the newest and choicest designs- Our prices, as usual, lower than any others, although we give credit with pleasure. .KANNSONS&OO OUR GRAND AT MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Q REBU3LDSNG IN w lsJE ri III Our new fall stock is arriving at the rate of several carloads a day, and we must at once wind ud this b g Clearance S ale and get our new goods ready for our sample floors. RSMtCVLBSR, this is an opportunity rarely offered to procure medium and fine grade goods at the lowest prices ever offered in this city. Call and be convinced. pi White Enamel Steel Beds, Brass trimmed, all sizes. $2075. Straw Hatting, .Fancy patterns. 8c. Solid Oak Sideboards, With mirror, extra value. $6.50- Solid Oak Chambe...

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

I""-" . .4C iS B6 -3JaeU-ZatM -"rrsTryrrrffigsiEi k IMMmhi if III H30S Tetsr&y was ia MHkb. rtJwm. amia -a KO. 1,2 GO. WASU1KGTOX, THURSDAY MOPvXENGy SEPTEMBER 2, 1807 SIGHT PAGES. 02SE CEST. H-'I-HkW COMES. IfllfflfflE TOGO BUT 00T The Heart-Rending Plaint of tlio Pessimist. .CROAKERS MUST CROAK The Great Providers Are Muchly 'TicKled Over Some Verges Thut Th;y Read In Lust Night' Time Their Experience of Pessimists. "Trim's good! That" s downright funnyj" txilalmed Mr. Pettlt, reading from last night's papurjatwut the "Plaint or the lVv.ii.iist;" 'ana It is not any more ridicu lous than the way Itus of people talk. N'Mfetag lo wear but clothes,' 1 ha! ha and m great provider fairly gurgled with delight. "That exnetly like lots of those so ciety huuerfliw. that have doe"i- or drosses hanging up '" their wardrobes anil yi-t are rtlwnyh exclaiming that 'they posi tively haven't a thing to -wear.' Sine people are not happy unless they are comirtnintjig., and they eem u just go nro...

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

?55?s??y -,-jw. r--' j 3-J. rfy" ''""'. --.-,- . N THE aiOKnsTGr TIMES, THUHSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1897. a Some of the men's trou sers we are selling at a third off are heavy enough for fall wear. A third from our regular price ,ought to be a big enough saving to tempt j-ou to buy a few pairs for future use. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and ESts. N. W. "No Branch Store in Washington. LOW II0Fi line Gitizens' Union Defy Threats of the Plait Organization. PBOBIfcM FOR THE EASYBOSS The Citizens "Warned Beforehand That the Republicans Would Ignore the Nomination and Put u. Senarne Ticket in the Field Con feronce of Other Organizations. New York, Sept. l.-In the face of ft throat by tlie Piatt organization of the Republican party that it would not in dorse its action, the Citizens' Union rep resentatives met this afternoon and nom inated 5th Low, president of Columbia University, ex-mayor of Brooklyn, million aire ad pWlanthropist, for mayor of Greater New York. The nominating con ference was i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 September 1897

-- j t- fe t$ I THJS 3HOKNIK TI3TSS, THUBSDAT, SEPTEMBER 2, 1897. B ALL 0T FOR HE 0FFICE1 Republican Private Talk in Pub lic Meeting. AGAINST THE MERIT SYSTEM Tbe'AatM3ivll Service Association Gaining in 2JeniberjhIp Cabinet Officer Tteclured tu fnvor It Ap pointment of Standing Committees. Some OfX-Hucd Speeches. T.ie Republican Anti-Civil Service As kociatina met again last night at Emnoli'b Hotel and expressed its griev ances -against tne merit fcj stem. No new argument was advanced, but tlicre lias been no decreifein the scterlty or terms In "Which the Administration's forsaking if the faithTul was. denounced. Tbcleagne hasatlracted considerable at tention out or town, because, perhaps, there an so many capable Republican cut of town who would like to live here ir living here -were coupled with a. i-lne-cureornce. Secretary Le&ter read letters from West Virginia, In which the Re publicans are -said lo desire to join the Imgue, or to form branches thereof. A private letter wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 September 1897

THE MOKNXMG TXMJES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 189? CRittcu (siomoKQ, rvEKiso and suxdatt.) The Washington Times Company. ETELSON HTJTCHIN S, President HUTCHIXS BUIiDIXQ. SUBSCBITTION HATES. MoNrrni-V. BT CAauifen: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents "Morning and Sunday Tliirty-fivo Cents livening and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Tear, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 5.50 Six Months, ' " 3.00 Thiee .Months. " " u " -1.7G One Xear, Morning ami Sunday. 4.06 Eix3Ionihs, " " 2.25 Three Months. " " 1.25 One Tear. Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 aire Months," " " 3.25 Sunday only, one year..... 3.00 Orders by moil must ho accompanied by subscription price. Teixmioxes: Editorial .Booms, 485; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. Slit circulation oTnu Times for tte veek ended Saturday, August 28, 1B97, was as follows: Sunday, August 22. 23.918 Monday, August SS 39.G10 Tuesday, August 4 - 41,277 "Wednesday, August So.., 41,530 Tliurtday, August SC. 41,900 FT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 September 1897

THE 3IOBNISTG TJ1MES, THUBSDAT, SEPTEMBER 2, 1897. SQQa?QQW!!SSQaSSGQSO 8 Lansburgh & Bro. Small Lots in White Goods iS g to Be Sacrificed. V Small lots of India Linen, worth Sc and 10c, For 5c per yard. I2jfc 1'or Vnrtl. g This gives you the pick 6 of sheer India Linen, which we had retailed at 18c per yard. S 3&c,rYrirtl now buys the 25c qual- a Ity Fine Striped and" Dot- S ted Swisses. S g 12 l-2c for Berkley CmiVbrie g g Think of it! 12 l-2c per g g yd buys Berkley Cambric, g ff You know it always re- g tailed at 1 8c per yard. b 18c for 25c choice Nainsook." Saving 7c a yard is worth look ing after, g 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. csaQCSsscasscsss sssossssao HIGH-CLASS APARTMENT HOUSE. Trie Highland Terrace Aparlmtnt House, Cor. I4ih and Mass. Avenue, "With the flnost out'ook in the city, in perfect order, with al! modern conveniences, is now ready Tor the in paction of in tending tenants Apply on the premises to the MANAGER. au22 tt &v& &bQ Sg-a $&&&am...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 September 1897

vv t & ft 1 THE NOJiXm(3c TIMES, TJIIIBSDAX,- SE1JTJCMJ?ER ,2, 1897.. 6 PIRATES SCORE DIE Mil TIio Senatorial Ball-Tossers Easi ly Win Another Victory. McJAMES STRIKES OUT SEVEN TCiHen Tries to Stop Selhnch' Bonoderuudls Forced to Retire Huntings Goes on nnd Does Well ut Intervals Opportune Hitting "Wins a Victory for tlie Statesmen. W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... 73 32 ".695 75 3?'- .6881 67 38.638 62 42 .596 54 51 .514 50 59 .459 49 61 .445 48 62 .436 Boston New York... Cincinnati...., Cleveland.... Chicago Philadelphia. Louisville Brcoklyn 47 61 .435 Washington... 46 60 .434 Kttshurg 46 60 .434 SiLcuis 26 81 .243 GAMES YESTERDAY. Washington, 5; Pittsburg, 1 Seven Innings; iarknest.. Baltimore, 11; St. Louis, 5. Boston, 7; Chicago, 4. JCew York, S; Cincinnati, 7. Brooklyn, 3; Cleveland, 1. PbUndelphln, 7; Louisville, 0. GAMES TODAY. Pittsburg- nt Washington. St. Lonis nt Baltimore. Chicago at Bostorj. Cincinnati at Xew York. Cleveland at Brooklyn. Louisville at Philadelphia. Southsi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 September 1897

"V i . 'Vs"'" JFrtVri'3ji, THE. KOENING 1 TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1897. HELP "WANTED-MALE. WANTED Reliable agents on first-class contracts. Address S. B. A., tills oriice. se2-3t WAITED A salesman tor grocery trade. Address SALESMAN, tnls ofllce. te23t WANTED A pood, felrous boy to work in grocery. Call at 1420 7tb bt. nw. It "WASTED -A white man for general house- worn. HOTEL. HANOVER. 3d and Pa. ave. mv. WANTED -Young man to work In gro cery anil attend to horse. Call at N. Cap, and 0 sth. lt "WANTED Treasurer to invest -Miiall amount In recognized vaudeville .. al ruady organized; $15 per week and es.. peu answer quick. PROFESSIONAL, tills off loo. it WANTED Stone contractor to do rtone work in exchange lor real estate. Ad drew. STONE WOKE, this oriice. tel-3t-eni "WANTED -Barber. 1-cra 492 La. avc. aff. WANTED First-class colored barber once, E. F. MUTH, 200 1-2 7tli SL barber at sw. lt-em WANTED -Young man or peed address. to travel: capable of delivering Printed lecture;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 September 1897

Ji, &";' jfur. THJE MOUNTING TIMES, -THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 3 897. 8 ?& , GREAT PICKING. These Men's and Youth's Sep arate Trousers at ONE-THIRD OFF regular prices, that means the $3.00 ones For $2-00 $4.00 ones for S2.66 $5.00 ones for S3. 33 $6.00 ones for S4.00 S7.50 ones for S5.00 $8.00 ones for S5.33 $9,00 ones for S6.00 Men's and Youth's Sack Suits anl Woolen Bicvclc Suits also ONE-THIRD OFF. New Fall Hats now ready, all standard blocks iu proper quali ties, at less than Hat Store prices. R0BIRS0N & CHERY CO., 12th and F Sis. X.W. Clothe..-. Fiirnlsh.li:;. Huts. Shoes. limejEt i& - 1 City Brevities. Cusimlteloacr Black returned to Ills duties Teslerdoy. M C. Hazen, of the District Engineer lpp.woait, is away on his leave The north roadway ot -M street west of Thirty-second itreet Is uelng improved. Mr. Samuel Goodman, da etatlonUeeper of the Seventh precinct, it. off eujoyiug a leave. 'I he dentils recorded In the health office lat- weak wore 109 against 97 the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 September 1897

V --.""' Th3 Oircalation of THE TIMES Yeskrdaj WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tint. 4H For the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, generally fair; northerly -winds, becoming northeasterly. COPIES. WASHINGTON, .FRIDAY MORNING-, , SEPTEMBER 3, 1897 EIGHT PAGE3. ONE CEST. NO. 1,261. Tte CIRCE ATI! oi The Tiies is GD AHMED by tie Advertisers' Guarantee Company Under a -"Sfw m WAS MBO mtt Bond oi $50,000 GUI BFFICISL ROWS They Turn Weyler's "Spanish Victories" Into Defeat. SEVERAL HARD ENGAGEMENTS General Rodriguez Attacks and De feats the Enerrry Near Borillhi Gol. Rutin 1 Arungo Wounded In a Ghurge A Serious Spanisli Re verse t Santiago de Cnba. Havana: via Key West, Sept. 2 -Gen-Alexander Alejandro Rodriguez, who Is now In command of the Insurgent army In the province of Havana, tends to your correspondent here the following re port: "Headquarters of the Army of Libera tion, near Boullla, Havana, Aug. 2S.--Tho Infantry forces under my command at tacked, yesterday, a halt mile west or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 September 1897

THE MOHNTOSra TIMES, EBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1897. Clothes for fall tailoring ire ready. Suits to measure start at $15 trousers at 4. We are the only high class, popular-priced tailors in Washington and even our cheapest garments are cut on the premises under the supervision of our same old foreman Mr. Geotziu-srer. Eisemaii Bros., Corner 7th and ESts. N. W. No Branch Store hi Washington. JOHN B. BMflD DBOWIED Well-Kiwn Citizen Falls Into (he Canal at Seven Locks. MADE A MISSTEP IN THE DARK Crossing uu a Plank to Reach the JIogkc Where His Fnniilj' Was Summering Body Recovered Ye-Ue-rdny Chief Clerk of Conslrtie- 'tSbu on the New Poe.tof.fIce. Mr. John II. BRird, tlie chief clerk in the otlice of the suiiorintendaut of coiiotruc Uon of Ue new city pos)ffice building, was droued in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, above Cabin John Bridge, about 9 "JO Wednesday night. The body wa recovered at C:30 o'clock yesterday looming, by Mr. Edward Cay wjoA, the galekoejier "who tends lock No 4 at ee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 September 1897

- " - " " l " - ' "V C"" rsj THE "MOENING TIMES. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3, 1897. VVTf vS" WOODS REFUSES TO VACIUE Superintendent of Mails Enjoins the Postmaster General. TESTING POWER OF REMOVAL Jsdgc Cox Grunts an Order to Post office Officials to Show CaassC AVJi.v the Coiiipluinunt Should Not Itutmn His Position Hearing Set for Tomorrow. The action ot the Administration in evading the civil service law toy making rooroir-Its friends toy reducing employes Instead or dismissing them altogether was, QBCbtiouedin the equity courts of the District yesterday, in a buit filed flgalnrt Postmaster General Gary and Terry Death, AtsibUtnt Postmaster General. The complainant in the suit is John G. Woods, sujierintendHjit ot mails at Louis ville, Ky., who asks the courts toishue an Injunction to restrain the defendants from removing hini from his position. Bo iUleg Uiat tliey have issued an order ilit-roiBBtng him and appointing his sue cesser, for pniilicnl reasons, purely, and without showing any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 September 1897

THE MOlTtflSTG TIMES, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1897 iJSZSe: Ifee tSKmci (aiOBXIXG. KVEKIXO ASO SUJTDA.T.) The Washington Times Company. STJXSON: HTJTCHLNS, President HUTCHIXS BurLDIKG. SUBSCRIPTION Kates. JIOKrni-T. by Cakuieh: IMorninK, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Hvening and Sunday ....Thirty-live Cents IIT MAIL. One Tear, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months, " " " 3.00 Thiee Months. " " ' L7C One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " - 2:25 tllireeMonUjs," " " L23 OneYear, levelling and Sunday..... 4.00 SixJJonths. " " 2.25 !11 ree Months, " " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year.... -- 1-00 Orders by mail must he accompanied by Biibscription price. Telethon ks-. Editorial Booms, 4SG; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Statement. 27e circulation of Tnn Trans for the veek ended Saturday, August S3, 1S97, was as follows: Sunday, August S2... 23.918 Monday, August SS 39,640 Tuesday, AuguM 24 41,277 V,e4hesda$ August S3 . 41,530 Thunday, Augi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 September 1897

g THE MOBNIHO TIMIS, FKIDAT, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S97. ".- . ,''' AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. r vcTrirtr v -rrrt 0 al,U.,.l,W. GLEN-E OISr-THIE-rOTOI.O. Tn the Great Am rrtii theater--E. MIDDriETOX, Jr., Manager. THIS AFTERNOON AT 3 - - - - TONIGHT AT 8. HALEY'S Superb 1 5 . Inaugural Orchestra 5 IN GRAND CONCERT. This Fine Underskirt 4 1 Reduced to 59c. f ZZZZZL CT '" Pfc' - ' y This elesrant 9Sc Un derskirt, made of fine linen, cut full and wide, with deep flounce, fin ished with three rows of white wash braid, gored at the top on a perfect fitting yoke with draw string, length 3S, 40 and 42. Special Price, 59c. 39c and 50c Sacques. 13c. $ d We are closing: out one lot of p Infants' Worsted Sacques, 3q v worth frem 39c to 5oc . . . F 420, 422. 424, 426 7th Si. J tvV&'t i k.-v QOLDENBERG'S. 4 The dependable store." 924-926-928 7th and 70G K St8. Theopenlngor the new depart ment of China and Glassware and Housefuralslungs has met with instant smjetsss. All day yesterday Utcre w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 September 1897

THE JIOKKIrJ TIHSS, JTPaDAY, SEPT33MBE11 a, 1897. 6 THE PIRATES WIN THE LAST Keilly's Stupid Playing Largely Responsible for the Result. UMPIRE KELLY'S BAD WORK Iodiguunt "Women Assail Him "With Their TJmbrellus at tlic Eud of tlie Game Win Mercer Sent to the Bench by Him aud Bresnauan Taliojs Ilis Place. W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... 73 33 .689 Boston 75 34 .688 New YorL..67 3S.63S GincinnaU 62 42 .596 Cleveland.... 55 52 .486 Chicago 50 59 .459 Philadelpliia..49 62 .441 Louisville 49 62 .441 Pittsburg 47 60 .439 Brooklyn 48 62 .436 Washington... 46 61 .435 St. Louis 27 81 .250 w GAMES YESTERDAY. Pittsburr, C; "Washington, 3 Called. St. Louis, 4; Baltimore, 3. New York, 3; Cincinnati, 3 Called. Louisville, 0; Philadelphia, 4. Brooklyn, 3; Cleveland, 2 First Eiinic. Oievolaud, G; Brooklyn, 2 Second Came. GAMES TODAY. Giooiminti at Xew York. GAMJ2S TOMORROW. Linisville at Washington. PitTbnrjr at Baltimore. Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Lonih at New York. Cleveland at Phi...

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