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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 September 1897

TELE MORitflKG TITLES, THXJESDAT, SEPTEMBER 16, 1S97. E H U u u ra a a o E H Q a DEBS333aS3BSS32a3aHSaaSK33 Lansburgh & Bro. n B r. R E B B E 8 B B IS n E B 3 Q a B a a 2 a a a a a a 3 H ra B (3 0 B H 15 a a 3 a a B R E 2 Look Over Your 1 Linen Closet. g See what's wanting. n Here are a few specials worth 5 consideration: E u Two Specials in Towels. a I OO doz. of extra large j size pure linen hem J stitched German Huck s Towels 25c a 1 OO doz. of extra fine j large size German Satin y Dam ask Towels 25c u . "-" a E b Two Specials in Table Linen. 20 pes. of 62-inch full bleached Scotch Table Damask .50c vd 25 pes. of 50-inch un dressed silver bleached German Damask, 5Qc yd r "wo Specials in Napkins. is lOOdoz. of 5-S extra ra quality full bleached 5 German Damask Nap- b kins SI. 25 dcz E n K n n n F3 n E B Q a C 15 d n 100 doz of 5-S extra fine quality full bleach ed Irish Damask Nap kins $1.25 doz AZO, 4T22, 424, 426 7th t. CS3SSEEDE2CC2ECES2SEEL:EEEE JKigtor&y-akriiJIfeSI ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 September 1897

THE HOIll!TISrG TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER JLG, 1897. STITESHEIIJII BDOOKLYM Begin a Series Willi the Trol-ley-Dodgers Today. TEAM IS IN GOOD CONDITION Something: That Puzzle tlie Paus. lite Lvailtfrs in the Pennant Itnce " KetJI up Their Winning Streak. KeMKltM the Games Yesterday in Other Cities. fri&ssss' - 9CX Pittsburg 52 67 .437 Louisville 51 71 .418 &Laiis 27 92 .227 GAMES YESTERDAY. Baltimore. 18; Chicago, 2. Button, it; Philadelphia, 1. New Turk, 19; Brooklyn, 4. LuMHRVille, 4.; Pittsburg, 11. gHine.) l'iubir:, 8; Louisville, 2. ond gtnc. (First (Sec- Tlte City of Cfaurcbe wHl. furnish the Etage settings of the Senatorial ball-tossers' effort on ttns diamond this afternoon. It le tbe liegtaning of the end, and W agner's bander cpberechaaers will &ve the Trolley Bodpnre a atif f argument a a start-off of the noting games abroad. Tbe team could not possibly be in better shape U play winning btUl. The pitching corps U in Al condition, and Uiey are being tonctoed up...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 September 1897

TILE aiOKfflffQ TIMES, TBUBSDAT, SEPTEMBER 16, 1897 move's v.-.vyrED .vyp to loan. UNITED MAlES HrfLlING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 1310 F St. N. W. (KvtubliHlicd 18UO.) MONTHLY SAVINGS deputed with this Atj.Ht.Iou will earn COMPOUND JN THftl58T, 8, and 7 rer cent, and l)e Mtcwre hi "KlItST MORTGAGE un Real fetal. $IU-00 r Ute Capital Stock f ube Aociaiion Itas been bubfccribed tor during the last ninety ays. AH j.ny tuenbs draw interest Tram date of de- pwalt. ,tcl 5-3t,em VVANTKO -Loan t Sou for otic montfe, to b retamod it four equal payments. aammeiiflitiK Mcpt. 27. GuoiSierilTy, tlwfiiollife. It-cm -A NEW PLAN $10 TO 51.000 TO LOAN ON'HOOSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without, iiuuva.i from jue.Nsioa orow.3r. xSu caa have the meaey riie day you Atttrty fr 4- Payu.eu on the principal, ef oar automat , -will be receive d at an y time, wbtaw witi le-saa cost or loan. LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS Ne oust to yoa Unm is not made, BUteUy GonudciUi'aL Please eaU fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 September 1897

8 THE MORNUSre TI3VTJES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1897. Miil- &$- '9 fa til Hi t I "refill Mr. W. W. Galloway lias the distinction of being the first customer to cross the threshold of our store. So many followed in his wake that we grew tired counting- them, and had our hands full showing clothes to the hundreds who came jestcrday at our opening wanting to buy. We really did not want to do any selling, but after folks had a glimpse at our stock, the attractive prices displayed everywhere, their insistence overcame our scruples. Haif of Wash ington was at our reception last night, and moved up aud down the floors in end less throngs, charmed by the beauty of the decora tions and electrical display. Today we begin business in earnest. Business on tke plan of giving- more value for the same money or the same value for less money a path that cuts the way" direct to success. i. J. .. IIAIAIU CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER, IOOr Pa. Ave. City Brevities. Mr. J. M. Sweeney, of Truck A, Is Epend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

if The Circulation of TH3 TIMES Yesterdaj' WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For tbe DIfstrict ot Columbia, Mary land and Virginia, thunder showers; nluoh cooler; southwesterly winds, becoming northwesterly. co: ccx COPIES. J-TO. 3,275 WASHINGrTOIT, FRIDAY MOKNTNGr, SEPTEMBJEB 17, 1897 EIGHT PAG-JE3. CXNJS CEOT. 4.31LQ82 u -y The Only Line -TO- Atlantic City Without Change of Cars, Via Delaware Bridge Route ROUND TRIP Saturday, September 18, FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT. THROUGH CARS. NO STREET CAR TRANSFERS. Special Trains will leave Sixth-street Station at 4:00 and 10:45 p. m. Saturday and 7:oo a. m. Sunday, and tickets valid for return pas sage on all trains until September 20, inclusive, including special trains leaving Atlantic City at 6:00 p. m. 011 either Sunday or Monday, except the New York and Washington limited and the Congressional limited. Round Trip. SUNDAY, September i9. Tickets good going only on trains leaving Sixth-street Station 7:00, 8:oo, 9:00 and 11:00 a. m., and returning o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

"mmtvtffSfF THE MOEINa TIMES. EKIDAT. SEPTEMBER 17, 1897. Bring the & today or tomorrow for those school suits we're selling at $1.48 SI. 98 and $2.48 Made of nobby double twisted Scotch woolens and will outwear lots of suits that cost double. We're giving up our shirt waist department and the biggest cut ever known on "Mother's Friend" Shirt Waists is the result. 5: for alt50c ones. Sic " 75c and SI ones. . Isc " "25c ones not "Mother's Friend.") Biseman Bros., Corner 7th and ESts. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. LACE CURTAINS TOOK FIRJ5. Created Considerable Excitement, But Did Only Slight Duiuagc Come! demote excitement -was caused last night about 11 o'clock in the bawdy 1mhC of OHie Rtttsell, at No. 1309 C sUeei nerthwt'fcl. by a fire iu one of the rear jyhkms ou the second floor of the lKMjfcC A window had been left open jsK before tla storm and tlie wind 14ew a tece etma.R into a burning gas Jet, and front Ut the bed clothing in bfcc room becamt; lgn&ed. PoMceate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

THE MORKIHG TIMJES, FRCDAX, SEFTEaiBfllt 17, 1897. WITH IMPDSlie KREUOH. Corner-Stone Lajing of llio New Hebrew Temple. PRESIDENT HcKINLEY THERE A Greut Crowd Assembled to Wit ocM the Servicer Addresses by "WeH-'Kuown Prominent 3Ien The President 3Jnch Interested. Tuo Chair He "Used Marked. The corner stnnc or the new Hebrew Temple was laid yesterday afternu.'n on the sue of i,he old building, wliloli stood on Eighth street, between II and I streets, In the presonci ot a vast multitude of in teretsU'fl spectators. Prominent amoug tl.t dlslrtngulsbed invited guests were President McKlnley, Postmaster General Gary, Secretary Alger, Secretary Sher jt su Secretary IMws, aadS iCTnary WiUou. Anions the ministers of tin eity who wit nessed the ceremony were Dr. Alexander Kent, jf the People's Church; Rev. Chal v cr;- T. Easton, Dr Byron Sunderland, paseor of the First Preobyterian" Church, jttii' Kev, Br P. H.UnvnM'f Calvary Bap ism Chui5t The presidents of the Hebrew uoagregatflonsot the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

THE MOBBING T1M35S, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 5 897. 4 Wvmz& (KOBSISC. EYXNI2TO- A2JD SUKDJLT.) BY The Wasiiington Times Company. STILSON HUTCHINS, President HwrciriKs BuiLDnra. StJBSCRIPTIOK RATES. MOSTIIX-Y. BY CAItHinit: Morning, Evenir; and Simdav. Fifty Cents Moniii g and Snnday Thirtv-fivo Cents Evening and Suiidny Thirty-five Cents BV MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months. " ' " " 30 Three Monlhs. " " " " I-"5 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2-25 Three Months, " " " 1-25 One Year, iweiiing and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Months. " " 2.25 ULree Months. " " " 3L25 Snnday only, one year..... ------- 3.00 Orders Ijy mail must be accompanied hy saliscription price. Tei.hihones: Editorial Booms, 4SC; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation Slatcmont. 7ht drculation cf Tub Times for the etel-i&ed Saturday, September 11, 1S97, was at joBtm: Sum&m, Squealer S 25.720 MvndB, September 6 88.018 TuoMfey. September? 41,278 Mt-dncgdaft, Septembers 41,870 T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

, THE JKOBJSTING TIMES, JflRHPAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1897. AMUSKAIENTS. AAIUSKAlETrTS. AAIXTSEAIENTS. Lansburgh &. Bro. GLEN-ECHO J it's Worth Your While r to spend an hour or more J daily at our store and keep S posted as to what is new. 02sr-TECE-OT03vTJk.O. m THE GREAT AMPHITHEATER. E. MIDDLETOX, Jr., Manager. This Afternoon at 3 Tonight at 8- 10 NEW PATTERNS J of Embroidered Flannel, X beautiful and dainty pat- terns, for 50c per yard- $ Worth 65c $ EXTRA 25 EXTRA 10 NEW PATTERNS of 75c Embroidered Flan nel. You would consider these cheap at a dollar per yard. SUPERB I 1 A 1 I1 M JFE " Mjt fr PB MB MKf nL BSflBIHBR NHHKHHKB IB Bum EXTRA INAUGU For School Aprons, CHECK NAINSOOK. 1 case ChecIcNainscok, one style check only, just the thing for children's dresses and school aprons, 10c grade For 6c yard 40-lNCrT LAWN. 4 15c quality of 40-inch a f White Apron Lawn 4 i For 1 2kc yard " SPECIAL IN FINE A 0 I INDIA LINEN. t 25 pieces of fine parade India J Linen, 33 inches wide and me- K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

THE UtlORSTCETG TIMES, 3?I?IDAT SEPTJEMBEH 17. 1897. "LOSE ORE TO THE ERODV Four Singles in the Ninth Bring Victory to the Brooklyns. FISHER PITCHES GOOD BALL Errors hy DeMontrovllle and Wrlg Jey Allow this Home Teiim to Tie the Score In the Seventh Gettman Makes a Good Impression In the Ctj of Churches. W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... 84 33 .718 Boston S5 36 .702 New York... 77 42 .647 Cincinnati 67 50 .573 Cleveland.... 60 59 .504 Washington... 55 64 .462 Brooklyn 55 66 .455 Chicago 53 68 .438 Pittstaig 52 67 .437 Philadelphia..51 69 .425 Louisville 51 71 .418 Et.lcuis 27 92 .227 GAMES YESTERDAY. Jlro-iklvn, 5: Washington, 4. Baltimore, 4; Philadelphia, 4. Kow Yor'r, 8; Boston, 5. GAMES TODAY. Washington at Brooklyn. Philadelphia at Baltimore. Kew York ut Boston. Cincinnati ut Cleelar.d. St. Louis at Pittsburg-. Brooklyn. Sept. 16. After retirlug the vV&sWng'oHS In or.ter in the first two lnsiaes today. Kennedy retlredm account of a witch to his side. Errors by Be UoatrcrHle and Wrig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

THE MOHOTBTG TIMES, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1897 MONEY WANTED ,yD TO LOAN. UNITED STATES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 1313 F St. N. W. (lt-ttabilsbed 18J.O.) MONTHLY SAVINGfcdeposrted with this AssooiaUon will earn COMPOUND IN TEREST, 5, C and 7 1 er cent, and be secured h FIRST MORTGAGE uk Heal Estate. 31.200 of the Capital Stock of the Association lias been subscribed lor during the 1km ninety days. All pay ments draw interest from date of de posit. feelS-3t.em -A NEW PLAN. StO TO S-.OOO TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without ream ml from possession utowuir Vou can lav the money the Cay you apply for A Payuicou. on tie principal, af any aMat. wiB be received atany time, whlcti wiii lbea cast ot loan. LOWEST KATB8- MOST DESIRABLE TERMS No ost tn you if loan is not made Kfcrletfy auaftden-!. 11eae caM fo fitrUwr taXorKwtlpn. CAPITAL LOAN BUAKAftiw. w- . . m tn-. t ct: nw aull-tf-eui 002 F st nw. LOAJstei ttow 5 tt SO to rehahte parties. also money a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 17 September 1897

TEfS TEM-JBB, 3ffBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 3897. School Clothes. Same big- variety of tlie same sterling- qualities of School Suits, School Hats, School Shoes, School Underwear, Hose and other Furnishings as we have always shown, and sell them for less than any other house in America gets for same qualities. All s'zes for boys of all ages. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12tU and JF Sts. X.W. Clothes. Furnlhliinj!$. Huts. Shoes. CItv Brevities. The fire alarm boxes on the second cir cuit w re put out of order by the elec trical itorin last evening. Wallace Mourer, under Indictment for biwsel.renking, w9 yesterday admitted to ball by Judge Cole in the sum of $300 Jacob E. Homii.g "was the surety. Suit In equity was tiled yesterday by Rand&ll Hagiier, esecutor, against Elijta B. BrookealHWough and otliers, asking Uat the courts interpret the will of Sarah A. Hagen. UelMMi Lynn, colored, yesterday after nown fun.Jsfred $100 bonds Tor his ap-Xiea-aace m ocurt tirts morning tu answer n otargt-u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Te3terday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District ot Columbia, Mary land and Virginia, generally fair, cooler, noth to northwest winds. ISO. 1,270. WASEISTGrTOST, SATUEDAT MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 18, 1897 EIGHT PAG-E3. ON1Z CENT. COPIES. T he Only Line -TO- 3.ntic vity xjL La Without Change of Cars, Via Delaware Bridge Route. Saturday, September 18, FIRST-CLASS EQUIPMENT. THROUGH CARS. NO STREET CAR TRANSFERS. Special Trains will leave Sixth-street Station at 4:00 and 10:45 p. m. Saturday and 7:oo a. m. Sunday, and tickets valid for return pas sage on all trains until September 20, inclusive, including special trains leaving Atlantic City at 6:00 p. in. on either Sunday or Monday, except the New York and Washington Limited and the Congressional L-imited. - Philadelphia Round SUNDAY, September i9. Tickets good going only on trains leaving Sixth-street Station 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 and 11:00 a. in., and returning on special leaving Philadelphia 7:00 p. m., and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

TTTTC MOEJINa TIMES. SATUBDAT. SEPTEMBER 18, 3P97. Bargains for me Boys. Mothers, we want to im press this on your minds so strongly that 3tou311 never forget it: We don't handle anything that isn't first class and worthy of an "Eiseman" guarantee. Here's a few items that'll give you an Insight Into our matchless children's fcUMsk: Si .46 for several styles of strong fcObotii suit,, worth $2. All sizes anil fit weH. $1 .Jb for a bettor grade of ''school ers" UuLlseM everywhere else for $2. BO. Siwal styles to choose frum all nobby and durable. $.46 ie the third grade in this spe oial line of tctioel suit. Tliey're suob garments as you've been used to lay ing SS.fO for -and yotill be delighted with these at $2.4S. S8.48 i. our strongest line. We can show ou suit aftei suit at this nrice like you'll be .asked SO .for elsewhere. About to patterns in this grade alone you can Judge bow many styles we must have altogether. Eisemao Bros., Corner 7th. and E Sfcs. N.W. No Branch Store in Was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

THE MOUNTING TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 8, 1897. POSTHJIRKSHIIST BE PLAH Postmasters Ordered to Clean Their Cancellation Stamps. THE $3 RATE Tlif Desj't'-Shoes for tbe Price in America. Doctor McCoy Makes This Extension Because of a False Report He will Have No Misunderstanding No Dis appointment He Will, in His Own Way, Teach the Lesson that Every Announcement Which He Makes He Means Literally. TJp to lac first of September Doctor lWoOoj gave all the opportunity of plac- Uiemselves under treatment at tbe rie ef 3 a moatli. Tliat all who placea thefWuves under treatment were to be trMubnoi for one month, but just as long as C?ey needed treatment, at this rate. DaotorjfeaCoy endeavored to make as plain as hconnld. Tills -was the Gseoatlal thins in Uie offer, the thins about It that made it a splendid ptoo: of benevo lence that the $8 rate was given not for a month, but that it was given to all "UNTIL TUBr WERE CURED. Now. as the month following this offer passes, many of the patien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

THE 31QBKXJa TIMES, SAT TO PAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1897, Oilmen VOBXXKG, ETEXIXG AXD SUSTDXZ.) BY The Washington Times Company. BTELSON HTJTOHIXS. President. HUXCH1XS BlJIIAHXa. SUBSCEIPTIOX HAXES. Mcec-mxr. bt Cahuieh: Morning, F-vcning and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday.. Thirty-live Cents Evening, and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, ?5 50 Six Months " ' " " 3 00 Throe Months. " " " 15 One Year, Morning and Sunday...... 4.00 Fix Months. " " " 2.25 Three Mouths. " " " 153 One Year. Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months. " " 2.25 3hree Months, " "' 125 Sunday only, one year........ 3.00 Orders by mail muse be accompaniod by subscription price. T33LBPHOXBS: TMiloriui Roonn, 4S8; Business Office, 1040. Circulation Statement. The arailalioH of TttE Tjdies for thp ireek ended Saturday, September 11, 1SS7, teas aejolhwt: Sunday, September S 25.720 Monday, September G 38.018 Tuesday, September? 41,278 WcSnesdax, Septembers 4L87G Thursday, Sefttembe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

MOKJrNG TIMJflS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER GDI TO TIE DQHIE5 5 Lansburgh & Bro. v This Wrapper. 94c T t. IS, 1897. 5 agfegfrggggP6El-flgg,,,'I &'&'& b&m atta8 B&3ir?Si&' v This pretty House "Wrap- 5 5 per is made of the best col- ? ored iiidigo blue, steel, gray or Simpson black 4 I prints, -with fitted waist f $ lining-, princess back, a J wide fold of plain goods, f J edged -with rows of narrow wash braid, forming yoke f front and back. The new style sleeve, turnover col- S 4 lar. Extra widlli and length ff skirt, with deep hem. J Sizes, 32-46. I Special price, 04c This Skirt 97c This Underskirt is made of fine black saline, full and wide, with double flounce, finished -with rows of fine cording and shirring, gored at the top on a per fect fitting 3-oke, with draw string; lengths, 3S, 40 and 42. Special price, 97c. If there is anything you need In the way of Children'sS:hool Cloth ing:, see us. Wc don't know any limit 10 stock. Open until 9 o'clock tonight. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

TELE MOEXNG- TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTMBlt 18, 1897. SUM'S COSILY FUMBLE Butter-Finger Workl)j Senators' Pitcher Loses the Game. THREE RUNS IN THE LAST Hurricane Finish by the Trol ley Dodgers Created Groat Excite ment George Smith the Hero of the Day He Smashed a Two IJaj-ger Along the Eon Line. W. I. Pet. Baltimore.... S5 34 .714 Boston 86 36 .705' New York.. .77 43 .642 Cincinnati 67 51 .568 SC Cleveland.... 61 59 .508 ; i ' &Q Brooklyn 56 66 .459 1(4 Washington... 55 65 .458 ! &j Pittsburg 55 67 ,446 Chicago 53 68 .438 Philadelphia. 70 .426 t . ft - a r fIV L0U1SV111C D IL .fJ.O r SSHb St. Lous 27 94 .223 GA51KS YESTERDAY. Brooklyn, i; "Washington, 4. Baltiiiiore, 11; Philadelphia, G first game. IMiilndelpliin, 2; Baltimore, I second game. I'ittNliiirg, O; St. Louin, 2 first game. Pittsburg, 10; St. Louis, 4 second game. Boston, 17; New York, 0. Cleveliiud, 14; Cincinnati, 3. GAMES TODAY. W'aKliingtou at Broolc'yn. Pliilttdcl-rtiin at Baltimore, yew York at Boston. Cincinnat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

THE MOHmiZQ TIMES, SATUBOA.Y. S-GFTEMBEI? 18, 189T E . MONET WANTED AM) TO X.OAN UNITED STATES BUILDING AND TJ3AN ASSOCIATION. 1813 F St. N. W. lMtalriiHt)ed 1SBO.) MONTHLY -VV'INGSdeposited with this Associat-un win earn COMPOUND IN TEREST. S, 6 and 7 per cent, and toe eoured b FIRST MORTGAGE on Heal "Estate. $31,200 of the Capital Stock of the AvociaUon h&s been subscribed for urbig the lust ninety days. All pay ments afaw Interest from date of de posit. el5-3t.em A NEW FLAN S10 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC., Without so vai from possession towr. You can have the money the day you apply 1ii Payments on the principal, of any Huut. will be received at any time, wbtoh will lessen cost or loan. LOWEST RATES. iiOST DESIRABLE TEEMS. Ko cost fee you it loan 1b not made BinoUy ofidenUa Pleaae call for further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tt-em 602 Fst-nw. LOANS frotn SO to 50 to reliable U also mouey advanced on bievdes. Room...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 September 1897

THE jrOKNlNG TEVnSS, S AT rjKDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. J89T. DAISH DEFENDS HIMSELF Denies He Took Liberties With His Pretty Typewriter. HlhH Shervrood'.s Churges Agalust tbe Grain Merchant Heard in Judge Kimball's Court. The trial of S. S. Daish, the veil-known firain merchant, for indecent assault upon Ul:s Etclle Sherwood, a joung girl whom Ik had employed as cashier at the grain elevator, at Second street and Florida avenue, was commenced in Judge Kha hair evert jesleiday arternoon. In view of the prominence of Mr. Dnish aadtlie expectation that some seuoational features would lie developed, a goid-sized audience gathered In the courtroom. This was gratified to a certain extent, as the details of the alleged assault were re lated most fully by Mius Sherwood. "who was the first witness. Tlie j oimg girl, wliu stated that .she was fcevefHeon 3ears old, has a mot attractive face and a comely Jigure. She wore a fcUaw tailor liat, sbia waist ami dark tlcirt. Her hair w.tfc worn low oer the e...

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