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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 September 1897

THE ,IOBTlNa TIMES, JTHTDAY. SEPTEJIBEK 3, 1897. W t iV V MONISM "WANTED AND TO LOA.V, j WANTED-From private party .SloO for fcliort time; Rood interest and t- curtty.Addre.-5S LO AN, this office. lt TO ROM! .-sEEKERS -Do you desire a loan on au easy andequltable plan, upon ftiMproved real estate, or u build ' Please nnd yr address to MONEY, thib orflc. e2-t-em WAKTED A private party, haviug $l,'dO idl money U-foan on iodised in S't.oittl iiltiii!inev iatK. will receive a commission of 5 per ent on the dollar a muutb and 0 pr cent ier annum. uHtkers and mdorsers Hrst lass; will vhare liair of all losses; none but those meaning Mrictly bin-ins-i answer: this Is strictly con! ideiitlul. giving name and address. PLEASANT WEATHER, tldt. office. anal-Gt-ew LOANS raam -5 to fef.O lo reliable parties: also money advanced on bicycles Room 8, Central Bids., cor. 9tli and Pa. aye. n-v. . aulS-tf -A XDV PLAN SI O TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS, nOESES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Withou...

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. — 3 September 1897

r..3.o- P4 k. TBCB MORNING TIMES, JPRIDAT, SEPTEMBER 3, 1897. 8 ONLY A FEW days left in -which to secure some of those big- Clothing- bar gains viz.. Men's and Youth's Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits tnd Separate Trousers at One-Third Off regular prices. Better not delay. We can suit and fit you today ma3' not be able to tomorrow as each day's selling- lessens the rariety. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., I2(li and F Sts. 2f . W. City Brevities. Col. Ferry Carwm, who has been 111, is out again. Tile wyrfc of trimming Uie diode trees of the city has begun. Last month l'oundniabter Einstein Im pounded rix liorho and one goat. Eagene Kook hub been appointed an in Epp ri-athe fiiglneer departnifatac$3.50 per day. LSinJamin "Wat kins and John Gray, or A o i urmw, were granted original penMotib jr-lerdaj. V 'ham E. Whitson wai yesterday ap jximtclrerf'tentbtudentat the Wabhlngtoa A- lut. Ik-hpUal. judt- Ponfield, bolicitor for the State Iipparti iiit, who has been seriously ill. lsnvw ,xBVlscen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 September 1897

x" "- ' Bw CrarJation of THS TIMES YeUrJay WAS 41,731 ' C0P1E3. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tine For the District or Columbia, generally fair; northeasterly winds. 3STO. 1,262. WASniKGT02T, SATUEDAT MOTCNTNGr, STDPTEMBJEB 4;, 3S97 EIGrHT PAG-ES. 02sTU CEST. I R. WIRITSJKSUE LESP Paramour of Mrs. Bradbury Jumps From -a Moving Train. THE STRIKES BID AT RAID Within Ten Days flie Miners Will Be at Work. ON MS WAY TO ENGLAND CONCESSIONS OF OPERATORS mil H H I1 L.rl O J 11 Lsr JT I First-class Equipment. No Change of Cars. Fast Express Service. Special trains will leuve 'Sixth St. Station Saturday, Sept. 4, at 4 ami 10 p. m. and Sunday, Sept. 5, .it 7:00 a. in., fanning through to Atlantic Gity via Delaware Bridge Honte without change of cars. Returning, tickets will he good on (special tinltis leaving Atlantic City at G:00 p. ui. either Sunday or Moil day, September 5 aud 0. TIE PEDPLEJEBIM IT Their Servants, the Great Pro riders, Obey. EQUAL TO THE OCCASION The Local Scarcity of Money Doe No...

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

2 THE SJOttNlSra TITtfES, SATUSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1S9T. "We can give you more at tention now than later on in our tailoring department. All the fall clothes are ready and the fall fashions decided on so there's noth ing to be gained by waiting. Suits start at $15 trous ers at $4. IIBc for new fall patterns in stir colored howm Shirts with i air or re voratWelHiKculTs to match. Silo would be a reasonable price. i5c for Wc purrs -Imperial four-ln-hand uscks anil strmgs-or regular 00c silks. Kevreit toll colorings. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th andE Sts. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. $1.00. $I.OO. VIA Pennsylvania Railroad, Y ilvJlilr TO AND RETURN, Sunday, Sept. 5. Tickets on sale and good for passage on all trains in both directions. $s.oo $1.00. to f3 i Quick T3 I Cooking: 'i Id require, that you use a Gas Cook 2 13 Stove. Another Rood realm e or a 3 13 Oas Stove is that it neier sets 3 K "cranky" ar.tt rcruse to burn and a C so cuube delay in the preparation of 2 K a meal. Aftero...

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

THE MOBJSTNTG- TITHES. SATH-BDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. MR.W.H. COOPER HELD FOR TIE GRMD JURY MARKET SHOWS FIRMNESS 6 Hecht & Company, "the credit givers" 5 J5 7tk St, Lfl "RELIABLE SHOES OM1'"- no "POOH SHOES" here at ANr price. 2 Tlie Stationer and En graver of N. Y. Ave., Tells of the Restoration of His Hearing Miss Scott Was Made Deaf by Scarlet Fever; Her Hearing Made Perfect Again. TV. JI. Cooper, 1-130 New Yorli five. lir. Cooper s a well-known art sta tumor ana engraver, ana lias been engaged la fcmsiiHjKfc lit the above address for years. He says; "I liatl been d;ar for over two years. My trouble began wiUi a buzziux noise in nty left ear. As Che nolbe increased my bear ing grew worse, and finally 1 had to de pend on my right ear altogether, "The noifce was continual, and troubled me greatly at night, when all was- quiet. On arising In the morning, my ear had a etoiped-up I filing, as if there was a lot of water in it. "My hearing was very bad at the time I went to Doctors...

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

THE MOBOTffG TIMES, SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897 8Smc CaiOEsnrQ, jtvexetg astd su-day.) The Washington Times Company. ETXLSON HUTCHINS, President Huicncfs BCTLDIXC. EDBSCEimOS Bates. MoyTHi.v. arr Cabrxer: Morning, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Suuday... .Thirty-five Cents JJY SLA1L. One Year, Horn., l!e and Sunday, 55.50 Six Months, " ' 3 00 Tliroe Months. " " " 3.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday.... 4.00 Bis Months. " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " L25 One Year. Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Months. M " " 2.25 11 ice Months, ' " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mall nmst bo accompanied by subscript, ion price. T'm.Ei'HDXBS: Editorial Uooms, 486; Bubiness Onice, 1G10. Circulation Staicmont. The circulation, of Tin: Times for the rec ended Saturday, August S3, 1897, teas tajollores: Sunday, AvffuslSS 25.91S Monday, August 9S S9.C40 Tuesday, August S4 41,277 Vednosday, August 35 41,530 Tleuriday, Aumwt X. 41,960 Friday, Avff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 September 1897

THE aiORNIKq TIM:E$, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. CC2CD3333 3333 333S 3333 CU.SCO H n n G Lansburgh &. Bro. 13 n U u u u n n ra n u a a 4 CI n n 13 n tj u u a r n c n ra E fi C E 3 a Itcclucod to 89c. S The above cut represents cne of liie fevr stjles ilial Hare teen sell ing- at $i.6S, $1.48 and $1.25, stylishly made of flue percale, in j u IlgrJit, raeiinm sini dark shades, a a with fined waist lining, Princess g back, full front, vritfc wide girdle, s n the new style sleeve, turn-over rs collar, neatly trimmed with a fancy g braid, extra wide skirt, full length, e with deep hem. These come In c large sizes only 40. 42, 44. F3 E I This Skirt Only 98c. a J R la Q n E G R f3 C H u ra n w rs r: H B a a 3 a S U a a a IS R Ml a a 3 B1 E a a This elegant Underskirt, made P. j n of fine French satini umbrella g c style, with deep double flounce, a 2 finished on the top and bottom j ia E with rows of shirrluir and cordine. i made on a French yoke, guaran- a g teed perfect fitting, e 4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 September 1897

THE aiORSTINGr TIMES, SATURDAY, BElTEMBEll 4, 3897. THERAGE FDBTHEPEMUIIT Boston Takes the Lead by Win ning Two Games Yesterday. SIX TEAMS CLOSELY BUNCOED Chicago nod Washington Are Only Jwenty Points Apart and Bet-vveon Tlem Are Philudelphiii.LotiisvUle, Pittsburg and Brooklyn Drafting Season Will Soon Be Here. Boston Baltimore..., New York.. GiiiGimiali.... Cleveland.... Chicago Philadelphia. Louisville 76 34 .68 39 .63 43 55 52 .50 61 ,49 62 .49 62 .691 .636 .594 .486 .450 .441 .441 Pittsburg 47 60 .439 Brooklyn. 48 62 .436 Washington... 46 61 .435 St. Louis 27 82 .248 GAMES YESTERDAY. Boston, 0; Chicago, 3 First game. Button, 9; Chicago, 1 Second game. Baltimore, 22; St. Louis. 1. Cincinnati, 11; New York, 1 First jjntne. Xew- York, 13; Cincinnati, 3 Sec ond game. GAMES TODAY. Louisville nt Washington. Plttfchnrg at Baltimore. Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. 6t. Lonis at New York. Cleveland at Philadelphia. The Bostons are again in the lead tor the pennant, having woa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 September 1897

rhkiit-rirfr THE MOKKINa TIJJSf SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. i'f-roV.ffTMflwsj WANTED -$2,500 Xor three yearn, at 5 per en on w. roal estate: nu eommib Bion. Address OWNER, this office. Bei-3o TO HOME SEEKERS-Do you desire a loan uu an vemj and equitable plan, upon improved real ustute. or U build? Please bend von- tTMrpfis to MONEY, this office. se2-3t-era WANTED A private party, having l, "00 lo ?3,UMt idle money to loan on liiumsca notes, will receive a commission of per cent on the dollar a inontn and t. percent ier annuia; waken, and indorsers lirst i class: will share lialf of all low.es; . none but Hiokc meaning strictly uuanowi answer; U.ts Ij. strictly conndeiithd. giving i name t hhu uuiiivss. i j,i..iu.iii i WEATHER, this office. au31-0t-cm LOAMS wow 5 to 550 lo rulmi-le parlies: also inonev advanced on bic-vcles Room B, Central BUlg.,eor. 9tli and Pa. ave- nw. - anl8-tf -A NEW FLAN. 510 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without nr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. 8 EXECUTRIX'S SALE OF $7,000 worth of Hen's, Youths' and Children's 5tylish Clothing, To close tlio estats of tlio late S. Cobleiizer, at tlio old established store, No. 915 7th Street Northwest JUST THE CHANCE FOR SCHOOL SUITS. ,20 per cent, off wholesale cost, in plain figures. Sale positive must be closed out by Septem ber 1 5th. Store for rent and fixtures for sale. Open from 7 a. m. until 7 p. in. Today until 12 o'cloclc. it 1 City Brevities. Tlio water trough at North Capitol and P street I In need of repairs. J)r. JHires T- Sothoron, who has been 111 Eince Sunday, Is greatly improved. John Waller wah fined ?20 yesterday fort pouring ooal otl on a cat and then set ting Jton ftrc. Tlwre -will be 575 Teat of 24-inch tewer pipe laid on the north side of M strait vrvH, of Thirty-first atreeU Tonrfows were granted to James. Hughes-, John Quiim, Susan Talton, and Lavlna Robinson, or "Washington, yesterday. Claronce ConHrd, who left "Wa...

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

ss i, " m The circulation of The Tlines yes terday WilS 43,620 Copies. Dally average last -week, 4!?720 Copies. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tmt For tlie District or Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, generally air; warmer: vari able winds, becoming easterly. :NT. l,263k WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORNING, SJIPTBMBJEB 5, 1897 EIGHTEEN" PAGE3. THEEE CElsTS. JtKBBKHr K EXTEHSiVEPEHSIQNFRAUDS Government Rohhed jof Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars. MANY SWINDLERS AT WORK Special Examiners Hoome aud Rellly Rao Them to Earth A His Batcli of "Warrants Issued for Guilty Port les Tim Swindlers Standing In Dead People's Shoes. New York, Sept- 4. Halted States Special Pension Examiners ltoome and Bulllyliellove they Imve unearthed a big no?.-, or pension swindlers 1a thit city, and from wlmt tby have already learned, It Ik .believed tbet several hundred thousands of dollars have been obtained from tlie Gn-emmem by the swindlers, who are tupposed ii have been at work here and in Bojfcon for at least two years....

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

THE JMOHNTGr TIMESJ SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1S97. Fall Cloths Are Ready. Foreign fabrics domcs'ics everything from everywhere that "Dame Fashion" decrees proper for the fall of '97. Our tailoring- prices have dropped. $15 and $17.50 now for such suits as you formerly paid us $25 for. iNcver mind how we do it all the tailoring" satisfaction that you've been used to here is yours now for about one-third less than former prices. Leave your measure this -week we're not so bus' now and can ffive you more attention. Mr. Goetzing-er still in charge. JJ For a line of btlff-colored buyout , shirts with reversible liulc ouffs ao match. 89cls Ah little as you'd expeut to pi3 for suuh shirts us these. Xew and nobby patterns. Elseman Bro.s09 Cor. Seventh and E Sts. N. W. Xo Branch Store in. Washington. REV. JAMES JL BUCK DEAD Venerable Rector of Rock Greek Church Passes Away. PREACHED NEARLY 60 YEARS Entered the Virginia Theological Seminary in 1K2G and "Was Hound ling Out His Fifty-eighth Year of ...

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

THE MOKNIGr TIMES, STJtfDXEPTJEMBER 5, 1897. Are You Afflicted tflth Kidney or Bladder troubles, back ache, despondency, loss of bleep, poor memory, disordered blood, dyspepsia, con stipation, catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, eruptions or blotches on the skin, varico cele, or any dieease ot the heart, liver, ctomaob, or bowels? Consult Dr. Walker 1411 Penna. Ave. Adj. Willard's Hotel, at once. Young or middle-aged men suffering from the effects or their own rolhes. vices or cxoetsus, or men contemplating inarnage who are conscious ot any Impediment or disqualification, or tlHse who feel their youtnrul vigor and power declining, should consult Dr. Walker, w1k has been the means or restoring hundreds of such unfortunates to health, strength and happiness. $5.00 A RffOftlTH Treatment and Medicines. Dally Office Hours, 10 to 5: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, till 8 p. m. Sunday, 10 to 12 m. NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA A Farmer's TFagon Struck by a C. & 0. Train. l,rofesnor "White's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

THE iMOEJflEGTIMEg, ijyDAY, SJBPTExMBEB 5, 1897 1 TEHIIHG TIE GAME Tuclier's Home Hon Saves the ; Senators From Defeat. IDOLOXELS MAKE TIMELY HITS Wrl1cy und Dolan Piny Sensa tional Ball Marvelous "Work by the Twj Short-Fielders James 2s. 1 lonble iu Locating the Plate ami JJ- Fuelling Wab Poor. W. L. Pet. Boston 78 34 .696 Baltimore.... 75 33 .694 New York... 69 39 .639 Cincinnati 63 44 .578 Cleveland.... 56 52 .519 5 Chicago 50 62 .446 Louisville 49 62 .441 BK Brooklyn. 49 62 .441 Fhihdelpliia..49 63 .438 lwj pitls'GUrg 47 61 435 Washington... 46 61 .430 WSJ ra( h. c T ,..:- n7 OO 0,1C llJR (Q CI. 1AU1S 4 OJ .atj GAMES TOMORROW. Irfftiisville at "Washington. i'ittKlinrg it Baltimore. Ciuelmmli at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis, at New York. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Two gurnet will he played in euch city. GAM15S YESTERDAY. "Washington, 7; Louisville, 7 Ten innings. Button, 7; Cincinnati, (J. Baltimore. 7; Pittsburg, 2. Cleveland, 7; l'Jitlndelpliiu, 5. ew York, 9; St. Lou...

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

THE MOEMHG f TIMES, BVBXY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. . Figuratively speaking, the Interest la lo a! cycling matters is just now in that con dition which in described in weather mat ters as itlie calm before the storm. All are awaiting with common interest the two events in -nfeiob butU cycling clubs and nalug men -will play an equal iwrt, die big Labot Das mest ant the League century nuns In both events clubs as well as in dividual wheclHHMi live actively interested. Tlie olob teem race lor tlie champion iip ot the District on Monday is, of Odurwe, the event of the first magnitude, Bint tile club race for the silver cup and bannir on Uks League century 1h of sjarcely 'Je interest- Both events will bring together tZhewheelmenand -stimulate tlie itftexast in good racing to tliat point wWdbtbe big circuit meet on the 24th de berres. The clubs have not been particularly active this week, though a number of runs wilt ibe fallen totCMTow. X A. TV. 2fote?. D. C. Total 'Semberebip. Div. Membership...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

THE OPENING TI3t.ES, 'StJ$f)AY, SEJ?lMB:ETt 5, 1807. G SRhicjS (WORJJIXG. EVENING ASD SUNDAY.) The "Washington Times Company. STlLSON HTJTCHINS, President HUTCJIISS BUILDING. BunscjurriON Bates. MONXIIl.T. by Caekick: Morning, Evening and Sunday. Fifry Cents burning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eva and Suiiday, 55.50 Sis Months, " ' " " 3.00 Three Months. " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " 2.25 Three Mouths. " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Months. ' ' " 2.25 'J hree Months, ' " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied by subscription price, Tklbphongs: Editorial .Rooms, 486; Business Office, 1040. Circulation Statement. Tl,c circulation of The Times for the "week ndcd Saturday, September 4. W, teas os offeres? Sunday, August SO 2S.540 Monday, AuguH SO 41.370 Tvesiay, Auputt SI 41.930 Wednesday. September 1 42,022 Thursday, September 41,650 Fri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

.- i&iiifr-i;j.Hgjj5j THE MOttNlJTO TJMES, SfTSTPAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. - "- p ' KSHM a-ca "G3B G55. g Lansburgh & Bro. FOR MONDAYS SHOPPERS aioiidftjV price on House hold Aiumuulu, ."c, instead of 10c. Monday', price on Butter milk iMitip, Ue, instead o 10.J. Mndu.j-, price oil Lndle' Whin Linen ApruJib, Hie, In tend of 2fie. SfotidtiyV, price on the now $1.25 Wrapper, 08c. 3foDfbo,,n price on the $1.00 Normal Corset, 40c. ! j "EM1H- OIDERIES FOR A SONG." One lot f Swiss and Cambric Embroidery that have been .tllinx for 15 and 18c per yd. for 10e yd. One lot u Cambric Embnif dery, fJ i debet wide, wortli 20e yd. Clotlng-JUl price, 12 l-2c yd. 30e Nmuhoolc Embroidery, vurioiiM initteru-. from which to select, O iuche -wide. CIoss-io-out price, 20c yd. The remainder of onr Linen Inserting: at 20c yd., nuiong which you -will find some that jsuld for 40c and 50e yd. LACES SOLD CHEAPER THAN EVER. We have received an other lot of those wide Black Laces, worth from 75cioSL50 psryd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

THE MOB NINO-. TIMES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. This week will bs your last chance to procure furniture at the prices that are prevailing. The goods we offer .you are last spring's styles, and we wish to close them out in order to make room for our new patterns, which are arriving daily. White Enamel steel Beds, Parlor Suites, Dining' Chairs, ISrass triinincd. pjeccSi ags0r:eil colors. Hurt! wood. $3.75- $13.50- g 35C Refrigerators Oak Wardrobes. 0 -. , , , Solid oak. At Cost. $7.50. 69c. Straw flatting, Oak Sideboards, Oak Chamber Sets, Fancy patterns. Plate glass big values. Boicl plato mirrors. 8c. , $6.50. $10.00. Hall Stands, Oak Parlor Tables, Hair Mattresses, Bcrt-1 French plates. IG-'.nch top. Full size, 40 lbs. $4.00. 39C. $5.00. Baby Carriages, Decorated Dinner Sets, Oak Arm Rockers, nig; values. 112 pieces. Illsh back, cuno seat $3.00. $7.50. $1.49. These are quotations in medium grade goods. We have high low prices. WE KEEP everything needed to CASH OR CREDIT. LIBERAL F...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

the aionyxNG TiMffs, ltjs-dait, September 5, 1897, sioney wanted .uvd to 9:vi5 WANTe1S$2,500 for three "years, at 5 per unt on uw. real cstaU'; no cominlb- ion. Address OWNER, this alt ice. e4-3t TO HOME SEEKERS -Do you desire a loan on an easy and equitable plan, upon Improved rent estate, or to build"' Please bond your address to MONEY, this office. 6e2-!tt-em WANTED-A private party, having $1,000 to 53,iHi idle m.mey U loan on induced notes, will reoeive a commission of 5 per cone on Uh' d.Har a month and per cent per annum: makers and indorsers tlrst class; -will Hup half of all losses; none hut those meaning . trictiy business answer; tliu i strictly eoniid-ntial, giving name and address. PLEASANT WEATHER, this office. au31-Ct-cm LOANS rrom SB 10 150 to rehni Je parties. also money advanced on hlcvclos Room B, Oeatral Bldg..cor. 3th and Pa. ave. nw. aul8-tf -A NEW FLAN. 510 TO $1 .000 TO LOAN CN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HOUSES, CARRIAGES. ETC.. Without removal from posse-lo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 September 1897

THE MOBJSTING TIMES, iSTJETDAB, SEPTEMBEH 5, 1897. 20 Ready now, a choice line of the latest tnd best creations in New Top Goats, New Fall Suits, New Fall Hats, New Neckwear, New Fall Shoes. all sizes, In all reliable qualities. Still a chance to secure a medium weight Sack Suit, a pair of Trous ers, or a Woolen Bicycle Suit at ONE-THIRD OFF regular prices, but 3011 11 have to be quick. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th and F Sts. X. V. City Brevities. The Potomac Boat Club will hold the annual regatta this seasoa-oa Saturday, September TS. TlietMM- Pager An old and much respected rewdent or Georgetown, died yesterduy after a snort Illness. Attorney Campbell Carrlngtou hai re turned mi.. lis trip to Ei m eand resumed the practice of M- profession. The regular meeting of tlic Anti-Saloon ? League will be held a 8 p. in., September 6, at No. C23 Louisiana avenue. A s-rvtae of forty hours tfevot'on will txnuiirenc? at 10.30 o'cWfc today at Trinity Ca'lKiilt Cliarclt, with d. ailemu high m...

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