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

TTfE MOEMNG TIJV1ES, TUESDAY, STSPTEMBEH 7. 1897. WONKY WANTED AND TO LOAN. WANTED -To borrow $250 from party who would be willing to board out part or all of loair; will pay reasonable interest; furniture as security. Address MRS. EMILY Jt.. this office. 1 LOANS from $5 10 i50 lo reliable putties; also money advanced on bicycles Itooni ...Central Blag,, cor. 9th and la. ave. nw. aul8-tf A NEW PLAN- $10 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without nnov.il from possession of ovrur. You can have the money the day you apply fi t. Payment on the principal, of any aaionnt. wlllbe received at any time, which will lessen cost or loan LOWEST RATES. MOST DES1RASLE TERMS No cost to you if ioaa :3 not made. Btri0fcly ooundeniai. Please call for farther Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. anll-tf-em C02Fst.nw. E. K. FULTON.? loan otfice, 1218 Pa. aye. nw money loaned on waasties, olamonds. jewelry, silverware, eta apio-Gm LOANM MAUii ON APPROVED COLLAT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 September 1897

THE' UOBNISTCr TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 7, 1897. Ready now, a choice Hue oi-tlie latest and best creations in New- Top Coats, ' -New Fall Suits, New Fall Eats, New Neckwear, New Fall Shoes- all sizes, in all reliable qualities. Slill 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 3Tou 11 have to be quick. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12ili and F Sis. 1ST. TV. 25c a box, at all druggists. Bailey's s SVIllcnie any cane of drills and fever or ague. They drive the poison from the blcod and tone op the fiyMem. One dote "will stop the chills. $100 wilt be paid for any case they cannH cure HERTZ MODERN PHARMACY, lltb and F sts.nw. sc7-5t City Brevities. The: White Lot Ellipse hat) been re traveled. Judge Miller and family arc at Front Itoyal, Va. The hydrantat Eighteenth anil T htreets Is out of order. "The white public schools of Montgomery county opened yesterday. Brooks' court Vat flooded by the burst ing of...

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

" uT-K r i s i- Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday LEATHER PROBABILmES. "WAS Uttt 41 Zl' or the District ot Columbia, Mary land and Virginia, fair: continued high temperature; easterly winds. coriEa ISTO. 1,26 6k WASBXN"GTOSr, WEDNJ5SDAT MOmSTETG-, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897 EIGKIIT PAGrE3. OJSJE CEIS'T. k 4HK3ES9 v. $.oo mm Atlantic City 5 And Return VIA JB.&O. 5 Special train leaves Washington ATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, at 3 p. m., and SUNDAY, SEPTEHBER 12, at 6:30 a. m. return via for all trains J SUNDAY, I J September i2. GIWIMG THE GAS HAH 1 HU The Vagaries of the Meter Meas ure Discussed. 0NEM0NTH LIGHT,NEXT HEAVY v Jso Apparent Ileason Can Be Ad- vanced, Though necord Is Kept Are the Meter Subsidized by the Company? Or Does the Company Multiply Figures to Sultltb Sweet TVill? 'It's a mystery to me bow gas bills Tua. up. The average gas meter seems Uto "have -ways Uiat are dark and tricks that are vain ' a. Bret Harte has It about hlc Heathen Chlneo," said Mr. Mayer yes terday, ns,...

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

- n T r- - &4f- 2SVsw't' "r 2 THE MOBKI2STG- TIMES. WSDNJ5SDAX, SEPTEMBER 8, 189T. a Dollar on jour fall Hat. Stiff and soft fall shapes are ready in our famous "$3-liat for $2." We've killed high hat prices. Lots of men who used to pay $3 are now wearing- our $2 hats with the same satis faction. Eiseoian Bros., Corner 7tli and ESts. N. W. ISFo Branch Store in Washington. GEill Surgeon General Wyman's Opin ion of the Geulpi Case. PUN TO ARREST DISEASE Dr. Gil Month Will lie at Cc-e-.in Spring:, Today Sarireon ilurray Detalled to Trace Origiu ol the JMayrtio Protection for the Cily of WitliJDijton. Surgaon General Wyman returned from Montreal yesterday afternoon oud was at the Chevy Chase Inn last night receiv ing tQl-rnis and messages and sending out Instructions to Ocean Springs and JCevr Orleans. A reporter for The Times called on hiiu at the inn and had a long conversation -with him concerning the present condition of tliese tv jilnccs and the general outlook for the future, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 September 1897

r- THE MOBNTSTG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. 8 HUSBAND AND WIFE BOTH CURED. Rev. Mr. Smith, Of Ringing Noises And Deafness. Hev. I.. Tv. Smith, GOG Sixth ht. touchwest, clergyman or the Church of the Dwited Brethren: "I most heartily recom jwoedj)o(or MeGoy'streatment. I have ex porlenned its wonderful benefits, and it is bemuse of personal knowledge that I epeak as I do. "For eighteen months I had Buttered from dull headaches, accompanied by rninbltng noises in my head and partial deafness. I became so hard of hearing that 1 hud difficulty in attending to my everyday duties, and 1 could not under stand ordinary conversation. "Doctor McCoy's treatment has given me complete roller from the headaches and from the distressing, unnatural noises, and my hearing has been completely re no red. "I also, when I Went to Doctor McCoy, had been troubled with a catarrhal condi tion of the nose and throat, which caused me to hawk and spit continually. In the morning 1 would have a bad tas...

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

TXRIES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897 pkm. THE MOUSING be meg (nomrnjQ. rvxxixa axd sukdat.) The Washington Times Company. 6TXLSON HUTCirOTS. President HDTcnrss 3Jnu.DrsG. SUBSOiiriioK Hates. MOJCT1I1.T. nr Cajwueiu 3Iorning,:Eveningand Sunday. Fifty Cents Horning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents .Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY 5JA1L. One Tear, Morn., lire, and Sunday, $3.50 Six Months, ' ' " " " 3 00 Three Months, " " 175 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Senilis. ' " " 2.25 Tliroe Months, " " " . 1.25 OnoYcar, Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Months, ' " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year........ 1.00 Ordors hy mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Tm.T:rHONES: Editorial Booms, 48G; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Siateraont. The circulation o'Ihe Times for the xceek tnded Saturday, Smtctuber 4 tsfl7i c" as follotcs: Sunday, August 9 25.540 Mondau, August SO. ,....... ....... .41,370 Tuesday, Augutt SI 41,930 Wednesday, Sotetnbtr 1 42,022 Thur...

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

THE HORNING- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 3 897. C0RB1N-PARS0NS NDPTIALS WASHINGTON STREET SCENES No. 7. a:musemisnts. AMUSEMUNTS. AMUSEMENTS. E E c Lansburgh & Bro. g K B I This Wrapper I 'Reduced to 1.19. n GLEN-ECHO Ceremony Performed at St. Corne lius' Chapel, Governor's Island. m Q n This styl- a Ish Wrap- per, made - of n avy k blue fig- u u red Lawn with lined a yoke, wat- a B H B Yf B f T E 1 a teau back, full front, with wide ruffle over g shoulders e trimmed with two rows rc of white braid, giving a g k neat and dressy effect. n Mandolin sleeve, turn- B g over collar, skirt four g b yards wide, fifty-nine g c inches long, with deep a hem. Was $1.93. All g 2 sizes. Special Price, $1.19 1 B " - H n . n H B B 420, 422, 424, 426 7U1 St. a c a J3333a333333aECEE3333ECCCEE TWD THOUSUD FEET II JUH The Wonderful Flight of a Tail less Kite. FtiEW WITH SPIRAL MOTION MrC Eddy's Evperlments With Aeriul Photography No Pictures From the Capiiol Roof Several Flyers Prom the Marine H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 September 1897

THE MOENIKG TIMSS, WEDNESDAY, BEPTEMTJEIt 8, 1897. SENATDHSNOW SEVENTH Yesterday's Victory Pnts Them Top of Second Division. FINE PITCHING BY DR. JAM& Geituinn Malcea. Two Remarkable Catcher and nit Mugee for Home linn "Vine Times the Colonels StracU Out Both Tenuis Field Slmrpl.v- Fur roll V Support. TV. L. Pet. Baltimore.... 77 33 .700 Boston 79 35 .693 New York... 73 39 .652 Cincinnati 64 46 .582 Cleveland.... 57 55 .509 Chicago 51 63 .447 7D Washington... 49 61 .445 i O b Brooklyn. 50 64 .442 kM Philadelphia..50 64 .442 Pittsburg 48 63 ,432 Louisville 49 65 .430 St. Louis 27.86 .239 GAMES YESTERDAY. Tv"ndiincton, 7; Louisville, 1. .New York, 6; Clevelund,l First giuue. Xew York, 4; Cleveland, 1 Second came. Pittsburg, 7; Brooklyn, 4. GAMES TODAY. Cleveland at "Washington. Tinisville nt Baltimore. St. Louis at Boston. Clncinnsiti at Brooklyn, rittshtirjr st New York.' Chicago at Philadelphia. Dr. James was as different In "yester day's panic, compared wlthSaturday'scon test, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 September 1897

THE MGHETNG TIMES, WJEDKESDAY, SEPTEMUEU 8. 1897 X1 oyBU?!AXTED 3-S13 -J : LOANS from S3 to-SSO-o reliable parti?: also money advanced on bicycles, boom 8, Central Bldg.. cor. 9tb and Pa. are. nw. eB-7t "WANTED -$5,250 Tor r, years. 3 uer cent; Hjauncr first-class; real estate nw.; 20 comnussfon. Address SECLTBITr, this of fice. su8-.lt LOANS rrom S5 to 550 to reliable partler. alio nwo-v advanced on bicycles. Room B. Ooatrai Bids ,cor. 9tb and Pa. aTt.nw. nulB-tf -A NEW PLAN. 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN CX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without jcaoival trot- possession of ow. You can have the money the day you anpy fur it Fanncnts on fie principal, of any aato tint, Witt be received at an y uiae. whisk will lessca cost ot loan. LOWEST RATES. ,,. MOST DESIRABLE TEEMS No cost to you if loan. Is not made. b.csy ooaikienuai. Flaw- 'h fr farther Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO. aull-tla C02.Fat.n.-. H, iv. FULTON'S loan office, I2IS Pa. ave. nw.,HKH-yiwin-aon wa...

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

sp-- V-$t ' 8 THE MOBNISTQ TI1CES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. GETTING Your boys ready for school? We're clothing lots of them these days, especially those -who are go ing away. Bring us your boy. You'll find that, as always, we are better able to .supply Alyl, AP PAREL NEEDS than any other store in town. Some MEDIUM-WEIGHT Suits in that lot of Men's and Youths' Sacks now telling at ONE-THIRD OFF of regular prices. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th and P Sts. 2s. Y. City Brevities. The number of clams shipped to this city last week was 113,000. The arrivals of oyfcters at the river front last wco!t aggregated 1.600 bushels. Poundnnislcr Ehihtciu captured 148 dogs aud one lion-e last vicek. and Uilled 140 dogs. GlUef Clerk Swayze, of the Treasury Department, lias returned from a trip to 2ew YJork. Inspector Harris last week condemned Ki,(Ht0 watermelons, 10,900 crabs and 31 000 riatiis Although the melon season Is on the wane GS.009 melons, arrived in Washing ton last week. llaitha El...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 September 1897

" " f V I The Circulation of THE TIMES Ye3lerday WAS WEATHER PB0BABIL1TIES. xvat For the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, fair; continued high tempcra Aturc; outhcabt to south "winds. AVM - - y COPIES. NO. 1,267. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY MORNING, j SEP TEMBEE 9, 1897 EIGHT PAGE3. ONE CE2sT. & . &&mmmm MYSTERY BEING SOLVED THE MUGWUMP OR THE TIGER Bflni II 11 TRAIN WRECK E M Times Reporter on ilie Track rof Laurel's Woman Murderer. Twelve Men Killed and as Many Injured in a Collision. THE SEARCHING THROUGH WOODS SILVER LEADER'S BRAVER? m w rWf Ww f j Pennsylva 17 na naniuou. ONLY LINE ! t TO TL WITHOUT CHANGE OP CARS-VIA $21 mm TRIP 2s!ffi I SATURDAY, S EPT. i FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT FAST EXPRESS SERVICE THROUGH CARS NO STREET CAR TRANSFERS NO FERRIBS Tickets Good On All Regular Trains Returning, Special Trains will leave Sixth-street Station at 4:00 and 10:30 p. m. Saturday and 7:oo a. ra. Sunday, and tickets valid for return passage on ail trains until September 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 September 1897

""??' w w"- THE MGESTINGr TIMES. TIIUIiSDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 3 897. Half Price for "Mother's Friend" boys' sliirl waists. Going out of the shirt waist business and we want to clear the stock out quickly. It's the best make on the market most any mother will tell you so. frall the COcones. Laundered M1 wtiuteFe4l mi or. in ttll the nobbiest styles. We lose 1 5! 1 -2 cents on every one at this price. f.r the 26c wm4. Made by t he tua-keixrf Un- ''Motlier' Friend." )kA without the potent waist twuMl. JM tUe tiling Tor icnool wear. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and E Sts. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. MIS HAS RETURNED Defective llclan Brought Him Handcuffed to This City. EXONBKATBS MR. COLLINS Talked Qondlcninly oil tile Train, lo t Lot Night Refused to Say "Anything Concerning His Safe Robbery Feels ery Keenly His Positiou and 1 Downcast. Tbetn&s Variok Hawkins, tlie negro nics ronger w1k skipped to Canada lat week with nearly $9,000 of Dbtrict money, which lie stole from the nfc i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 September 1897

Fr vfi- r.s,- THE MORNINGr TITSIES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 189T. BUTTERWORTH US COACH Seven Students Preparing for the Yale Gridiron. TO UPHOLD YALE PRESTIGE Hot nh the Sun "Was Ye.-terday It Failed to Trevent rhe Young ileu Prom Flaying Football and Jinny Xuun? I-udies From Viewing the Sport. Sewn long-haired albleteh who hope to fee au.org those who will uphold the pruetige ot Yale on the college gridiron tine year, Indulged in their first practice on xlie sreen at Chevy Chase Inn yesterday atternoon. Frank Butterwortb, the fa mous ex-fullbaok, whose prowess it known 10 every collegian or rcliouluoy in the laud, had the mn In charge. In spiteof Uie&nm- mar heat, Mr- Bu'tterworth put these ambitiousyoungcandldates, thro ugh acourse of practice whUi made them hail with de llghitl'eapproachotdahk.thatbroughttoan end their first taste of real work. Tipple who have an impression that football is mere play i-hould See these young men with their coacli at -work, and then they can com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 September 1897

THE MORKING TIMES, tHUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1891 QSmed CMOESISO. EVEK1NG ASD SHSDAY.) BY The Washington Times Company. STJLSOX HUTCHIKS. President HUTCIIIXS BUILBIXG. Scnscnirxjox Bates. JIOKTirJT. BY CABHIKIi: Morning, Evening and Similar. Fifty Cents Kerning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents livening and Sunday Thirty-live Cents BY MJL. One Tonr, Morn., Eva and Sunday, ?j.50 Six Months. " " " " 3.00 Three Months. " " " " 2-75 One Yoar. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. '" " 2.25 1 hree Months. " " " L23 One Year. u.venirj and Snnday. .... 4.00 Six Months, " " 2.25 ahrec Months, " " 1-25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Tj3lkiiioxks: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. ' Tlie circulation of The Times for the tcceJc aided Saturday, September 4, 1S77, was as follows: Sxtnday, August tD. 23.510 Monday, August .30.. ............. ....41,370 Tuesday, August SI 41,930 "Wcfamday. September 1 42,022 Tlxirtdoy, ...

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

TELE MORNING TIMES, TgUHSDAX, SEPTEMBER 9, 3 897. 0.-s .-, O Jfc --0 THE LAW DELAYS WEDDINGS Ington, and has opened his studio. Be sides completing the miniature of Mrs. William C. Whitney while abioad, Mr Keeling received an order for a miniature from the Countess ot Ftsex, formerly the beautiful Miss Adele Grant, or New York, which, with miniatures of Mih Dearing and Miss Ilichborn, ot Washington, will be exhibited this fall atliis studio. OLD BIOWHTHE SKIES The Kites Carry the Banner Above the Capitol Dome. AMTJSI3MKNTS. AMUSHilENTS. AMUSEMENTS. GLEN-ECHO Four Young People Were Ready But Licenses Were Lacking. ,.... ... . The above cut Illustrates a lady's fine Cambric Skirt, with deep cir cular ruffle elaborately trimmed with wide flounce and insertion of Valenciennes lace, French band witli draw-string. Regular 1.68 garment. Special Price. SI 23. 410, 422, 424. 426 7tli Si. GitKAr srataiER sale Or Suits, Millinery, Furnishings. KING'S PAUCB, tnz-814 7th St.; 715 Market Space La...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 September 1897

6 TBLE HOKNIffQ TIMES, THURSDAY, BEPTJflMBEli 9, 1897. HOW 1H THE HBST DIVISIO The Senators Take Two Games From Tebeau's jIcd. - INDIANS FORFEIT THE SECOND O'Connor and Chllds Injured nnd the Cleveland Manager Sent to tlio Bi-neh During the First Game Both the Visiting Pitcher But ted II urd. Pet. .703 .696 .655 .586 .500 .455 .452 .435 .435 Boston ..SO 35 New York... 74 ,39. (Mncinnali 65 46 Cleveland.... 57 57 Wasnington... 51 61 Chicago 52 63 Brooklyn. 50 65 Philadelpliia..50 65 Pittskrg 4S 64 .429 Louisville 49 66 .426 m !8SJf St. Louis 27 87 .237 GAMES YESTERDAY. "Washington, 8; Cleveland, 7 Firht tame. Wji.shingtun, J); Cleveland, O Sec ond game; forfeited. Baltimore, O; Louisville, 1. Boston, 17; St. Louis, 5. New York, S; Pltt.-.burg, 7. Cincinnati, 4; Brooklyn, 2. ChlcuKo, G; Philadelphia, 5. GAMES TODAY. Cleveland at Washington. Louisville at Baltimore. St, Louis at Boston. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsburg: at New York. Chicago nt Philadelphia. The warriors of the lake ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 September 1897

TILE HOKJSniNe TIMES, TBT1E&DAY SEPTEMBER 9. 1897 MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. LOANSTroni $5 to S50 to reliable partiem also money advanced on bicvcles. Rociu 8, Central Bldg., cor. Oth and Fa. ave. uw. ee8-7t WANTED -$5,250 for 5 Tears: 5 per cent; security Urst-class; real estate iiff.; no commission. AddrebS SECURITY, this of fice. cS-;u LOANS rrom 55 to 50 to reliable parties; alto money advanced on bicycles. Room 8, Central Bldg., cor. Slh and Pa. ave. nv. aul8-tf -A NEW PLAN. $10 TO 51, 000 TO LOAN CNHOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal rrom posseMiifra ofow".r. You can Uave tUc money the day you apply lui it Payments on tue principal. Of any amount, will be received at an y time, which win lessen cost or loan. '.OWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE 1ERMS , No cost to you If loan is not made. Hl.n'cUy confidential. Please call fr further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. -ull-tf-em 002Fstnw. S7 OLtON'loan ofrice. 1218 Pa. aye. nw, money loanedon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 September 1897

".'dtu-isl -""" ' : THE MOBNIG- TIMES," THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1897. 8 Another Big invoice of those pop' ular Derbys which went so quickly last week. They are the peer of any" $3 Hat in town, but like the last lot the price is only $2.00. All standard blocks and aewest colors. All size?. Our furnishing goods man is very enthusiastic over the new Neckwear. Says you save 25c every time you biry one of our 50c Ties for everybody else in town sells the same grade for 75c. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12Ui and P Sts. v. W. Clothes. FiirnUliIns. H-tts Shoes. - mr . aria i or Mia. The sufferer cares little what itiKealletl; heonly knows that it makes him feci wi etched. It is no longer nccebary to suffer from malaria. Bailey's Chill Pills mire at once. The very firt-t dose will stop ttiechlllh 25c a box at alldrugglstb. HERTZ MODERN PHARMACY. 11th and F sts.nw. It t ssssseK$e'M2s'- fflmti City Brevities. In the suit of J. E Williams ngainot W. C. Carroll and others, Matthew Trimble, jr . yePt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

Thy nidation of THB TIMES Yesterday WEATHEE PKOBAnLLITIES. - "WAS For tl'fc District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, fair; continued high, teni pemtur: variable -winds. M,"3 M, COPIES. ISO. 1,268. WASHINGTON, 3TUIDAX MOILNTNC SEPTEMBK 10, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CEJST. THIS HEAT. LAUREL'S GREAT MYSTERY GREAT fICTOBY Doctors Disagree as to Whether Corpse Is Man or Woman. Spanish Battalion Routed and I a Town Captured. THE ONLY LINE IS IT SUICIDE OR MURDER? BATTLE FOUGHT IN A RAIN mimt& mt jMwmknmmi&Tiim JA y - V4 fM3?J . . W ij - - -TO- Atlantic City Without Change of Cars, Via Delaware Bridge Route. Round Trip. Saturday, September n, iFIRST-CLA'SS EQUIPMENT. THROUGH CARS. NO STREET CAR TRANSFERS. Tickets Good on all Regular Trains Returning. Special Trains will leave Sixth-street Station at 4:00 and 10:30 p. in. Saturday and 7:oo a. m. Sunday, and tickets valid for return pas sage on all trains until September 13, inclusive, including: special trains leaving Atlantic City ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

THE aiORKISTCr TIMES. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. Our $2.00 are modeled after the shapes of all the leading makers. Danlap Youman Knox Miller and our own spec ial styles are all repre sented in this famous grade and the qualitj' is the same as you always paid $3 for before we started this Hat Department. Come in and tr3' the new shapes on. Eisemao Bros., Comer 7th and ESts. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. DEATH PREFERRED TO JAIL Jumped From flic Long Bridge Into the Potomac River. Hud Gommltted 2tluoy Crimes und Would Huve Ucen Surrendered to the loliee Today. . Marshall WiHiams committed suicide to conceal his crimes and to escape arrest and punishment, which would shortly have ovorfcafcea Mm. Shortly after 10 o'clock last ntgtat a colored manln hlsshirtaleeves Iiasheddown Fourteenth street audfifirted t cross tfce Long Bridge When midway of M.e m& vkloh crosses the Washington channel he nmtovcA Ins hat and vest ami climbed nfwn the railing on the right hand side of the st...

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