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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

THE MOKNTOGr TIMES, JFBJtT SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. 3 BROKERS BECOME BROKE Silsuy & Co. ibe Latest Firm to Go to the Wall. MAY RESUME BUSINESS AGAIN Onuses Which Uuve Led to Recent Failures oa the Street iu Tills Ci'.v-lmmeuhe Amount of Dusl-r.cj-k T),zme Annually In Wa.hii! toii ic. Sew York Stock Deals'. Tt.c great boom In the stock market, ia some ways unprecedented In the History ci tue New Yorfc stock exchange, finished Its work of mowing down bucket bhops yo-Ujrday wittittie fal! or Wfliard& Co ,of Ntw York, WasMttjsfcon autl many otiier cities aad Uk- serious uripniing, if not coijlrte r,ut, cf Silsby & Co-, 3331 F tt-fi't the greatest of tlie Washington lmriTn not directly conucoted with the New York exchange. With perhaps one e-eptiw Uifie are none of the bucket ei. ! remaining In the city. xi ve has never been a time before in many yews v. lien this could have been said, perhaps sinee bucketing was first an institution. Silsby & Co. failed to open lor the paymen...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

THE MORNING TIDIES, FElBIl, SEPTBMBJ5B 10, 1897. ? 'V tSmtd (SIOKKIKO. EVENIXG- -A2JT) SU2TDXT.) UV The WasMngton Times Company. STJXSON BTJTCHINS. President HUTCHIS3 BtnXDING. SunscRimox Kates. 3M0XTIII.Y- BY CAIIUIEK: Morning, Evenlnc and Sunday, 3?ifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening nnd Sunday Thirty-five Cents uy MAIL. One Tear, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 55.50 6ix Months, " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 3.75 One Year, Morning anil Sunday, 4.06 ix Months, ' .... Three Months. " " " .... OnoYear, Evening and Sunday. . ov 3.25 4.00 Eix Months. " 31iree Months, " Ennday only, one vonr...... il:x L25 3.00 j. Orders by mail :mist be accompanied by ' subscription price. Tklkphones: Editorial looms, 48G; UusTness Office, 3(540. Circulation Statement. The circulation of Tun Trans for the -Keek ended Saturday, SMtembor 4 JS97, icas as JoUotcs: Sunday, August 29-. 23.510 Monday, August SO 41.370 Tuesday, August SI 41,930 IVcmiCbtlay, September 1 T 42,022 Thunday, Septemb...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

THJ5 HOEJSrrNG TIMES, FRIDAY SEPTJEMBJER 10, 3 897. ES2ES3ZCS3333333SS3333C93J5C3a3 IS U J Lansburgh & Bro. g g SUCH REDUCTIONS g WERE NEVER KNOWN. Only 17 Bicycle 5uits left, g They were $4. Take your choice for 3-J .95 E Q U These are stylish and well made of a K Covsrt Cloth and comprise TacLet. El H H p -Skirt, and lejreins. j Take your choice of our g E g $1 Shirt Waists For 44c. Take your choice of our Linen Skirts nnd Duck g E3 n Skirts that sold as high as g g For 72c. I rc u: 3 of cngrw. thts" irai'r ttKt 1nir ? 15 They are Fleetlnc ar?aiiutliat neci n f3 yur Immediate resyoase. u a a S E SI m a u rj K n c Hi B B 420, 422, 424, 426 rth St. E S2S3S3333333CEESSSnnEi:2EEQ GRKAT .srMMER SAX.K Or Suits. Millinery, Furnishings. KIN.S PALACE. 812-814 7th St.: 710 liarket Space. Ladies'1 Domot Flannel Starts, f a CENTS outj ............ ... . i J? Eisenmann's,Ipf Af' NERVOUS TROUBLES ah lands curcd -With ANIMAL LXTRACTiS h'Tre book tells how Washington Chemical Co., " ashlngton...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

TBS MOKINa TIMSS, FRIDAY, SEFTJ5MBElt 10, 1897. THE SEiTWIN AG1 They Defeat the Indians Iy One Rmi in Eight Innings. WIN MERCER'S POOR WORK Pitcher Powell Hit for n Total of Twenty-two Buses, "While the Senatorial Twirler Is Tonchetl Up to the Tune of Fourteen Hits, With it Total of Twenty Buses. W. L. Pet. .705 .698. .652 .5S0 .496 .460 .44S .440 f Baltimore.... 79 33 Boston SI 35 BR New York... 75 40 4 Cincinnati 65 47 ffTk 5C Cleveland.... 57 58 6(3 Washington... 52 61 1cm Chicago 52 64 fefcs Brooklyn. 51 65 rhiladelphia.,51 65 .440 Pittsburg 49 65 .430 Louisvflle.....49 67 .422 St. Lcuis 27 8S .235 GAM US YESTERDAY. TVaxhingtiui, J); Cleveland, 8. JlnlUmoro, 3; Louisville, - Hovtou, 13; t. Lonls. . Pittsburg, 5; Xew York, 4. e York, G; Pittsburg, 2. Brooklyn, 7; Cincinnati, 1. Philadelphia. 5; Chicago, 4. GAMES TODAY. Cleveland at Washington. Lnlsvllle at Baltimore. u iI.Hnlh at UuhioD. Ofcii4i( i at IfiiMtktyn. JPfntstMirg at New York. Ohtcago at Philadelphia. Witt rurteeji hit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

THE HOBJTDra TIMES, FKIDAT, SEPTEMBER 10. 1897 V T 4- MONEV WANTED AXD TO LOAN. -A NEW FLAN. 510 TO 1.000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES. ETC., Without removal from possession ofowntsr. You can have the money tho ilay you apply loi :i. Payments on the principal, of any amount, will be received at any lime, which will lessen cost ot loan. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you If loan is not made. Hlrtotfy confidential. Pleas" call fur further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tr-em 002 F st. . V" ANTED -S75 for 20 day large Itonus; EBBd security. Address PROMPT. tblH off tec is9-3teM L0AN6 from S5 to 50 to reliable pa ft! --: aiso Atone? advanced on lucvd-.. Room 8, eU-l Ws.. cor. ytli and Pa. ave- n w- eB-Tt WANTED -3.250 for r. years: 5 per cent: MTHiHy first-class: real estate iw.; no floturaSiirtun. Address SECURlTl.this oN nc. 8-3t LOAKB-troiu $5 to 5fF0 to reliable parties: also ntoner advanced on bicycles. Room K, Central Bid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 September 1897

if HT$r T'J'' 8 THE MOKNUNG- T331ES, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 189T. Your Fall Hat- Wc ether it is a Derby or an Alpine, can be bought of us at a saving- of SI to $2 from hat store prices. AH standard blocks in all the newest colors are here. One of the best Hat values we ever saw is our $2 Derby S3 is the very least they cau be bought for elsewhere. All sizes in both black and brown. Fall Neckwear a superb line. Best we ever had. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th ami F Sis. N. V. csscssssassss sscsQstaaaQSGS Willlie paid for anycase of chills that S Bailey's Chill Pills 8 cfinnntciirc. Oncdosewillstop Uic chills. Tins I&suioly I otter than mking your Lead buzz like ji sawmill by dosing your self with quinine 2Cc a box ut all druggists. MERTZ MODERN S PIIARMAC1'. g 11th and F Ms.nw. a SSSS GG5 5S35 SSS5 G3SS &SS3 SS Mitatti City Brevities. A grand tempurauce rally, under the auspice of tin Independent Order of GeotJ Templars. ha! just closed at llyatta rille. JtiOge CoX yesterday i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

-r e -,,- a' - " j - - 3-fti-v - 'Vj.'"1- s WEATHER. PROBABILITIES.- ' For the pirtrtcl of Columbia, Maryland ana Virginia fair; probably increasing cloudlnefis Saturday night; continued high temperature; variable winds. Qftme The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday "WAS 42,776 COPIES. 3TO. 1,269. WASHINGTON, SATUBDAY MOKSTINGr, SEBTBMBJUIl 11, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. 'Sl "I- ' r 3 f - m 1 4.1 4" and return. and return. Bi &. Satur day, I Sept. 11 PECIAL tram leaves Wash ington 3 p. Di&O TICKETS good going 011 137 on trains leaving Washington 6.3o, 7.05 and 9.00 a. ui. and good to return on all regular trains same day. Try the Royal Blue Line. Safest, finest and fastest trains in America. ni.; arrives Atlan tic City 7.30 p. m. Sunday, Sept 12. Special train leaves Washington 6.30 a. in. arrives Atlantic City 11 a. m. Tickets good re turning until Mon day, Sept. 13. btreet car serv ice on Capital Trac tion and Metropol itan lines beginning 5.45 to accommo date travel for 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

- if j s THE MCmiSrnsTG TIDIES. SArXTQDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, .1897. EXGITEWIENT II 101 DE5EBTWG EW ORLEANS HOTTEST DAY THIS YEAR $5 a Month for S9c worth of shirt. 100 dozen colored stjff bosom shirts in the .newest and nobbiest fall plaids and stripes are on sale at 5Sc Fast colors strong mus lin split neckband and asii -oofl Sttins: and well inade! as atny dollar shirt you ever wore. Qm-e $air of reversible link cuffs with each shirt. 20e, Jor a new lot or 50c fall Neclcwuea hi parr lock four-ln-hand and ttcing sooncs. Haat prtoefor-Motber's Friend".Sliirt J Eiseroan Bros., Corner 7ih and B Sts. N. W. No Branch Store in "Washington. DEATH IS UKIM Louis Cunningham Responsible for II is Own Demise. IDlffiEE JURORS DISSENTED A Majority, However, Holed, uud tbe Verdlat Exonerated the Rail way Coniiumy From Blame Com pany Had Provided Good Safe- ,g:uarxls -galnst Accidents. The cwoaerls Jry impaneled by Jus tice C IB. JPeters at .Silver Spriugs to 'inwnre into Ute eircuinfctances connected...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

THE MOIgSrraTG TIMES, SATURDAY, S-EPTEM3BER 11, 1897 ) v" T r SEfeTARL? SHOES ONLY. So POOR SHOES here at ANY price. ' i Hil im - J) HIGH At REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. Our new Fall Shoes are made of the best-known muter lain ami side by side at tbe same fuclorie with Shoes Intended for sneh famous dealers as Camnieyer or Alexander, of .New Turk; Tuttle & Co. or Mosele.v, of Boston, and others. Yet our prices arc even with the higher tariff below those of any other hou.se in America. "Wc are perhaps more fortunatelj situated than most other Shoe retailers. "We own all our three large store buildings our business is conducted under the personal manage ment of the three members of tills firm- and our enormous Shoe output, coupled with ample capltui, permits ns to take advantage of nil the saving made possible by large and time ly cash purchases. Today we shall hare on iile several t-pecin.1 lots of Tall Shoes at special low prices. Some of these we shall not be able to duplicate again ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

; r 4 HE MORNTMGr TIMES, SATUEDAX, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. SRmcJs (WOKKING EVENING AN SUNDAY,) BY The Washington Times Company. STJLSON HUTCHIXS. President IIUTCJIINS KXTILDISC. SunsciiiraoN "Gates. "Monii Y. T1Y CARKIElt: 3TomInf;,i;veii(ipcad Sunday. Fifty Cents "Morning and Snnelay Thirty -five Cents Evening and Smiday Tliirty-fivo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morn., live, and Sunday, 5.50 Six Jdon'lts. " " " 3.00 Three Mouths. " " " " L75 One Your. Morninjj and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " ' " 2.25 lhreo Months. " " " 1.25 One -fear. Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Ihreo Months, " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must be .accoinpanlod by Eulfeeription price. TxLKVHCKBfi: Editorial Rooms, 48C; Business Qniee. 180. Circulation Statement; Ti.c chrulatfon of Jut: Times for the week ended Salttrday, Stptembcr 4, 1S97, was fiuwAry. Auffimt t 23.540 AfMifa, August ....'. 41,370 Tverttey. Ampul SU 41,930 lle&iesrfa. September 1 42,022 71ta. SgfHemhv 41,050 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

wm THE MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, gJSFTEMBJBR 11, 1897. AWUSBMKNTS. AMOSKMFJ.TS. AMUSIIMENTS. JLanslmrjjli & Bio. GLEN-ECHO OIST-TEEE-OTOlIA.O. Tn the Great AinpliitltcatorE. MIDDLYETOX, Jr., Manager. THIS AFTEROOi AT 3TOSOHT AT 8. t Last Call on All WASH SKIRTS. J All Crash Skirts, j AIILinen Skirts, All White Duck Skirts, All Blue Duck Skirts, J That had sold for $2.89, J $1.98, $1.59 and S1.3, 5 Go Today for ?2c. 4 Don't stop at buying- one, liut t buy two. WaercYer worn, tUese skirts are always correct, and it stands to reason tliat an opportun j ity like this don't come twice in a f season. HALEY'S SUPERB INAUGURAL ORCHESTRA 25 IN CRANIO CONCERT NEW VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS. 41 y .J &rtXrJ W r v 25 JonfaH&irt, f 420, 422. 424, 426 7tli St, ENMANN' GUEAT SATURDAY BARGAINS. Special Skirt Sale One lot of Linen Crash Skirts, extra wide, worth $1 to Ae.r L50. Choice, 4yU Lot of 2 Brilliantlue and Novelty SWrt.6, Hned and velvet bound. Choice, 79c. Lot of handsome Bnlhantlne ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897.. 6 v UIl I IL IlfJfi lUli Doctor McCoy lakes This Extension Because of a False Report. He Will Have No Misunderstanding:, No Question, No Dis appointmentHe Will, in His Own Way, Teach the Lesson that Every Announcement Wh ch He Makes He Means Literally and that He Will Fulfill Every Prom ise to the Letter. Fp Ui tie let of September Doctor McCoy go-vi jail the opportunity or placing thcm brfves ndor treatment nt the nominal ftcd rate of S3 a-'iuonth UNTIL CURED; that all who placed themsehes under treatment were to be treated, not for one J month, tut for tlie entire couroe, tliat is, just as Ions as they needed treatment, r.t tin rwte. Doctor McCoy endeavored to runke as pJnln and emphatic as he could. This was Uif essential thing in the offer, the tiring about it that made it a pleu did place of benevolence -that the S3 rate w ip given not for a month, but that it vr,a given to all who took advantage of the ffur-to be enjoyed by the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

THE MOBXINQ TIMES, SAT Kit DAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897 MONEY WANTED .yX) TO UJAN. ANEW PLAN. 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAX CN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal from possession of ow. " Yon can have thu money the day you BPPy Tor It. Payments on thu principal, or any amount, will be received at any mue, which "vvlll lessen cost or loan. LOWRST HATES. .,H MOST DESIRABLE TERMS No cost to you if loan is not made Strictly confidential. Please call fur further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. mull-tr-eta CO 2Fst nw. "WANTED-S75 for 20 days, large tonus; good security. Audress PROMP'1. tin office. K9-3t-cm LOANS from S5 to 30 to Telia We parti .-a; also money advanced on bicycles,. Room 8, Central Hide-, cor. yihand Pa. ave. lift'. seS-7t LOANS Uvm $6 lo $00 to reliable parties; also money advanced on bicycles. Room 8, Central Bldg.,cr. 9th and Pa. ave.mv. aulS-tf H. K FULTON'S loan onice, 121 j Pa. ave uw., niont vloanudon watches, diamonds. Jewelry, ntlver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 September 1897

THE MOBNING TIMES, SATUBDAT, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. y 8 AH EASY flatter to properly equip the boys and young- men for school. Bring- them to us and we'll supply Ihera with The Best Clothes, The Best Hats, The Best Shoes, The Best Furnishings, of all kinds to be obtained auj' where and the cost will be less than any other house in town can sell similar qualities for. Shall we see you to4ay? ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th and F Sts. y. V. O .fe., , &,-"&. 'Sr-'afc I Our Men's I J Suit Sale I I in full blast. I All $S, $9, $10 and t $12 single and double- i breasted Suits, i SIa rr 1,000 pair children's double-seat knee pants, 25c. Children's Suits, made in A 1 stTle, $1.49. Men's Pants, all-wool material $1.29. Men's Ood Working Pants, 50C- Cassi mere Pants, all sizes, 68c, ilFEIEDLiH I C r 9ih and E Sts. City Brevities. Somo blazing waste paper Inthe cellar at Xo. 110S G street, occupied by Mr J3. S. Collins, called out three engine com ; petal as yesterday afternoon at - o'cloc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

v - - I The circulation of The Times yes terday wus 41,512 Copies. Daily average last week, " 41,262 Copies. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. M F&. 6 Dlstriot of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, fair; o!er; ,north to north east winds. 1 !NT). 1,270. WASHlGTO, SUNDAY MOE2TING-, SEPTEMBER 12, IS 9 7 EIGHTEEN" PAGES. THREE CEJSTS. l0WT THE DEATH ROLL SWELLED Twenty-one Killed in the Lu zerne County Eiot. SREN OTHERS LIKELY TO DIE i The .Strikers Seen re -Warrant for the Arrest of Sheriff aiartin and ilost of Hlt Deputies ou the Charge of Murder The Testi mony of Eye-'iYitiietofteh. Hazleton, Pa., Sept. 11. With the ar rival f the rin-t detachment of the Third Brteade this morning and the settlement of the differences beivrpen Superintendent Law all and Ms men of the Lehigh and "WRkesUarre Coal Company, the bai khonc of the most fatal strike in the annals of the. strike history of Pennsylvania is broken. TMs city Is still in the greatest excite ment ou account of the shooting at Latimer yeste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

2 the aroBKiare tmes stjkday September 12, 1397. ASKEO FOR HELP II M Dr. Walker lilMKES RICK Gen. Rceder, Weiss and Luck enback Arrested. 14H Perma ayL Adj. Willard's Hotel, Spanish Commander Could Not Get Re-enforcements. Recognizee as America's Most Suc cessful Specialist. You'll be wanting- school snits for the boys in a few days. While you have the time why not look round a bit and see what the stores are offering-. We re so pleased with ou,r fall line that we can hardly wait to hear your opinion. Our second floor is crowded with the largest boys' and children's stock we have ever shown and prices are more than reasonable for the-quali-ties they represent. Here's a few items to judge the whole stock by: S1.48. SI. 98, and $2.48 for strong- and well-made school suits that'll give many mouths of wear. We've made low - priced school suits a special fea ture and think we have succeeded in offering- you suits almost twice as good as you've ever had before for the same money. $5.00. "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE MORNING TZM35S, SWPAX SEPTEMBER 12? PLUCK MS.IIS Attacked by a Brutal Negro in Her Own Home. COOLER BIER IS IEIR i a No More Awful fleai to Make Humanity. Suffer. www wmwwwwwm m Seize Tbis Golden Opportunity- S(S2SSS3iSSXSeGSS3" OUR NEW ESTABLiSHnENT Cor. Ilth &FSts. N.W. ij niM iMj -g Tailor .of the GX303GS)SS50SeS5SQSGQ Standard E 8 r" . I Greatest Bargains. Grand Clearance of the Loeb & .Hirsh Clothing bought from the Receiver for cash and offered to you for cash. "We were rushed all day vesterdaj, -with many sales men to wait on you all. Sometimes the throng- was too great for comfort. Tomorrow we shall be able to suit you still quicker as the slock will be better arranged. The bargains are simply stupendous, and are mostly IT all and "Winter Goods. Men's Suits worth $8, $9 and $10, Children's Suits worth $3 to $4, jfjL 910 F rvar i w w w L A jik .A. A. fa,.l m. A A, A A A $4.50 SI 85 BEHREND, SSS -A" qyy M1 M MM iWMMg Si ManLBiotli Display OF New and Exclusive Desig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE taOBOTTO TIMES, SUN-DAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. HEK EVEN KITH THE BEOS Senators Lose the First and Win the Second. TWO VERY DIFFERENT GAMES Ioe I'iuldtng on the Purt of the Jr-enrtUtrs I.U sos the First Timely Il.tilni.', Aided by Juke Becklej-'s Uroi of n Thrown Ball, Wlii, tht 8oiHnd. W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... SO 33, .708 Baston 83 35 .703 New York... 75 41 .647 Omcmnali 66 49 .574 Cleveland.... 57 59 .491 $"2sbingtODr..54 62 .466 Chicago 53 64 .453 Brooklyn 53 65 .449 Pittsburg 50 65 .435 Philadelphia..51 67 .432 Louisville 49 69 .415 StLcuis 27 89 .233 7 m GA3IPJS YESTERDAY. Cinoinmttl, lO; "Washington, 10. "WiiNhlDsto". 8; Glncilimnti, 4 cnlled. Baltimore, 3 Chicago, 3 culled., Boston, 11; Philadelphia, O. Brooklyn, O; New York, O. PUtsbarj;, Gj Lou4.svllIe, 5. GAMES TODAY. Glovoland at St. T-ouls. The first onooHnter with BuOk Bwing's Bravos e tfcoir second visit to the coun try's capital tills season resulted in a drfout awl a victory for the Statesmen at National Park. The d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE MORNI8raTIM'E3, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. WHEEL WHEEI From this time until the fall of -winter there will be no lack or active interest In local cycling attains The big and Miccess ful LaJior Day meet on lait Monday set the ball rolling and sharpened tlie appetite of local wheelmen for more of the fine port which was witnessed that day. Now Unit the taeet is past and was so Mgnal a unc rese, !t may he aid without offense ;o ite KttHafrt b tliat ic "blazed" the way for the grand circuit meet on die 24th. Membera of uk Cycle Board of Trade who attended Monday's races could not fall to profit by many t.'aigs they b&w there. Pirst.of course, was the way In which the EpeuU.tors left Uteir seats and crowded oil the track. This bhould not have been ul lowTcd, for It was hignly dangerous to the rldeis. afa well as disagreeable to tlwse epeetators who kept their seats uf course, ltia toe full intention ol the xnanagcnieutof the circuit meet to btnctly enforce the rale wWch allows n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

6 TOtd ilOBNrNQ TIMES, SUNDjd& SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. imc (UOltKIXG. EVEXTNG AND SPKDAT.) IIV The Washington Times Company. STILSON 11UTCHINS, President Hurcinxs Building. Subscription Kates. JfOJCTHI-T. uv Caiikikr: Wornlng, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents Horning and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday. ...Thirty-live Cents BY 3IAII. One Year, Horn., Eve. and Sunday, ?3.50 Six Months, " " " " 3.00 Three Months. " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.08 Six Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, " " 2.25 tTl.ree Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must he accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Boorns, 4SC; Business Office, 3C40. Circulation Statement. Tie circulation- o The Times for the iced nded Saturday, September 11, 1S97, teas ct fcHowx: Sunday, September 5 ; 23,720 Honday, September 6 SS.018 Tuesday, September? 41,278 II eonesday, Septembers 41,87(5 Tlwtday, S...

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