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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 September 1897

THE MOJKKIHQ TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 189T MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN. ATTENTION Own your residence; from CO Ui 100 per cent or value advanced; eltbar to buy, build, or to relieve an Incumbrance rrom your lionie; to he re- gild in amounts not to exceed rent. Ad rcBs A. I. T., this oflice be22-3t LOANS rreoj 5 to ?B0 So reliable parties. alo tiKmey advanced on tjli-vcles. Romi 8. Otrai Lldg..cor. 9th and Pa. ave. mv. se21-7t,em -A NEW PLAN ' S10 TO SI .000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Tf ANOS. HOUSES. CARRIAGTES, ETC.. Without removal from posseau ufuWuK. You ooa have the money tlie day you apply foi !i Pa:tctti oh tUe pimcipal, of nay amount . -will be received at auy time, which wiU lessea oost oC loan LOWEST RATES. MOST DESIRABLE TERMS No cost to you if limn is not made. Bttfc&iy cunfitlent'al. Please r-i for further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aall-tr-em G02Pjst : PERSONS la vine idle money on liaud will find a naie ti per cent real estate in vestment at ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 September 1897

8 THE MORNING TIMES, "VVJLDlOlSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 189T. FALL SUITS. ROGERS, PEET & CO. 'S make. The nobbiest, most stylish, best made, and best fitting garments in the world. $!5-i8 $20 $22-50 and $25- Others' makes as low as io. Good suits, too. Fall Top Coats, same range of pnces. All the latest shapes and correct fabrics. All sizes. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th and F Sis. 3s".W. City Brevities. Te rcfonte stiowed that -108 prisoners wore owafiwd m Jail yesterday, the largest, number in hhj h'Storj of that institution A lrge fores ur laborers is working on M street repairing and patchmgthe asphalt pavcuteat adjoining U12 tracSsofthe cable road Tbe -work nn the sewer extending from the Capitol grwuuds t j the Eastern Branch most toon be discontinued on account or the iniroiriKtion being exhausted. Mr. JobR StarUinau, the well-known wlwletuile mercnant and father of Mr.s WiKUm: Alvey. U Ij'ing dangerously ill at . biK twin? in RaHitooie with paralysis- Judge Cox has reserved h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

Showers; high northeasterly winds. Circulation yesterday, 40,056. NO! 1,281 WASHINGTON, THURSDAY MORNING, ; SEPTEMBJ2E 23, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. BIG NUMBER OF MUGS The Great Providers Kept Busy Furnishing Homes. THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES "When Mnrrlnges Are Frequent It Jh h Prettj' Sure SIgo That UunI uess Is Good Even Cupid Is Af fected by the fctuie of the Mouoy Jurkel "Woll, If there haven't been an unusual, -umbor of weddings this month it's mighty fanny how many newly married coupltJfe wo are jsottiug up lu lioufcckeeplng." re marttod Mr. PetUL, "I haven't seen the inr.-hge taattetir, imt 1 know what busi ness we Imvc done. -And 1 can lull jou It Coos my heart good." conttmied Mm; gonial merchant, "to be ble to furnish comfortable homos for Uie voung folkh just starting lire m double lmrtiCHg. "Atttb worldlovesa lover, they say, and 1 aiu nans no e can look upon a newly married ample without tender thoughts creeping Into bis head. "Sat, tn change th? subject; I would like yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

7 THE rORtflSra TIMES. THX7BSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897. s .l Stylish Suits measure It's a snap for you stj'lisli men of small means, Oar tailoring is tailoring mot butchering. And if a garment doesn't fit Ave don't ask rou to take it, " Better leave your measure to&ny for one of those swell suits we're making at $15 orders are piling up and soon we'll be asking for ten; days1 time. Nobby trousers at 4. Eisenian Bros., Game? 7tn and ESfcs. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. ill Till ABOUT UDIE Monetary Commission Organizes and Will Hold Daily Sessions. EDMUNDS IS THE CHAIRMAN TlHJ Commission Will Not. Act Hur riedly and lt Deliberations Mny Last for Ten Days Messrs. Knlr uhild, Leisjhty mid Paulson Oul-Jliite-tlni "Work to De-Done. tftbe moaetary fwmnUsion, winch has lis bieth in Hit moiietary convention held l.n -TnilMtmpuHs tome wcutaf ago. oowvwtcd yesterday afternoon at the Aiitogt., and organised by electing cx-SttMMr Edmund, of Vermont, chair mas, and Osl. Geoge B. Leigbty,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

TUB 310UNING TIMES, THUItaDA'Y, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897. MS DURING PIST YEM Collector Davis Renders a Re port to tlie Commissioners. REFERS TO HAWKINS' THEFT Suggests Tlmt a Time Cluck Be l'lnced on the Safe Recoiumeud.. SPhnt tin A.i.tuut Cashier ami a Clerk Be Appointed and Deputy Collector's Sulary Rni.sed. The collector of taxes Mr. E G. Davis, yesterday ultornoon submitted to tlie District Com mi 8rf on ere his annual re port on tlie workings of hte office. The eah' lax for the year was $2, 190.044-00. -with arrears which brought up the total to S2,600,3S4.95. The personal tax was $146,567.54. Penalties on realty tax were S7,llr.S4, and ou per&nnal tax $317.1. The total aucunl of taxes of all Itmds collected was $3, 593,742.99 Added to this the assess ments and permits, water service and other items made the total collections ; for the year 3.098,302.01. Mr. Davis makeb a long comment oa the urgent need of legislation In regard to the saleor property for delinquent taxes. He urg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

TBUE MORNESTG- TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897. SSmen BY Tte Washington Times Company. STJLSON HUTCHINS. President HxrrcHTXs Building. SUBSCKITTION R.ATE3. irjfTJn.T Et Caeiueh: Morning, Evening and Sunday. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty -Ave Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL One Fear, Morn., Eve and Sunday, 55-50 Six Months, ' 3.00 Thioc Months, " " " " 3.75 One Year, Morning and Sundav 4.00 SixMonths. " " " " 2,25 Three 51 ontlis. " " " 1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Mouths. " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " L23 Sunday only, oue year. 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by EHbsoriptieu price. XnuiriloXBS: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Business Office, 1640. Circulation 'Statement ' 23k drculatien of The Times for the v;ccl-Ked Saturday, September IS, JS97, teas uwfa, jjemfe- IS 23,3 Me&m, September JS 41..1S4 Twap-fe. September S4..... 41.CS7 WtOHMdef, September IS 42,790 HUmda September M 42,082 JVWs. September 37. 41,392 tatm September 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

THE MOBKI-TO TIMES, THUBSD AY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897, Lansburgh & Bro. This will be a srreat : f seasn for Plaids. As the season progresses. Plaids will enjoy a remarkable popu larity for waists, skirts and dresses, and particularly stronc will be Plaids for children's scheol dresses. We are selling All Wool Brisht Plaids, really OQf. 5)c value, for O--. At 50c "We are selling a 62l(c crade. For 59c yd. Wc show a magnificent Hue of flue German Plaids, in all the new lall and autumn combinations. Goods that are advertised every where else at T5c are here at 59c. We have such a beautiful and spacious room for the display and sale of these goods Jhat selection is an easy matter. Not forgetting: that we show the largest stock of Dress Goods that you will find in any store south of Philadelphia, and such a per fect light at all times, you could see the slightest defect, if there existed any. Friday's Exhibit In Dress Goods and Silks. We have a Dressmaking exhibit Friday of this week, to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

THE UOKSriSTG TIMES, TnUHSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1S97. ANOTHER m DROPPED Senators Lost the Last of the Series With Philadelphia. UMPIRE HELPED QUAKERS EmslleV Decisions Were All in Fftrur ot the Home Team Slow vllle Ajrjrrcjrutloo Cnptnred the Gimie in the Lot Inning Tucker Tat Out of the Gume. W. Baltimore.... 87 Boston 89 New York... 79 h. Pet. 36 .707 37 .706 45 .637 54 .565 59 .524 67 .460 69 .452 69 .452 69 .444 72 .429 73 .411 $H DiDCinnat! 70 CA Glevsland.... 65 I 6 Si Washington... 57 7fd Brooklyn. 57 to fea Pittsburg 57 Chicago 55 Philadelphia.,54 Louisville 51 St. Louis 27 96 .220 GAMES YESTERDAY. Philadelphia, 5; Washington, 4. Boston, 12; Brooklyn, O. yew YoiR, 6; Bultlmore, 4. Cincinnati, 13; Pitthburg, 3 Pirht game. Pittsburg:, S; Cinclnnuti, 4 Second game. Cleveland, 18; Chicnuo, 7. GAMlb TODAY. 9 Ghiungu at Clevelnnd. Cincinnati nt Pittsburg. PMtephia, Sept. 22. The baseball onsen bece was brought to a cloe today with the Ittbt of Uie eenos of Washington, and sftr anothe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

THE BIORyHra TIMES, THUBSPAT, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897 SIONEV 1VXTEI ANTJ TO LOAN tlKGENT NEED of $150,will mcnfice a part iat vest m a valuable patent just lBMied. wwnh $25,000; model, etc., toia feSSlSS l,ail Address YOUNG SOLTU pUKBg.ttrisorficc se'22 3t,em -A NEW FLAN 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOr.M HOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. IiOL8. CAIUUACiES. E1C, Without ii..,iovt from pasMiuuufowu. lou ca .awe the money the day you apply lr t l'aviueats on the principal, of any amount . will be received at any time, whloli vv !.. lessen cose or loan. LOWEST KATES MOST DESIRABLE TERMS. No cost to you If loan is not made. BlttoUy cunnklcndaU , Please ch'I for farther Information. ' CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tx-era 602 F et nw. ATTENTION Own your residence, from GO Uj lt per c-uc of value advanced, oltntr t, .my, build, or lo relieve an lncuiubrii-4 rroni your home; to be re paid in .. 1 1- tints no to exceed rent. Ad dress A I T., this office se22-3t LOAMS fiutu SS to $50 to rel atilc parties, al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 September 1897

8 the morning times, Thursday, September 23, is9T. Correct styles. Popular shades of reliable fabrics. Cut rig-lit. ,Mwie riffht. Will fit rilit. 17.50, $10, S12 50, $15, $18, $20, $25 Lirht, medium and dark colors. Short, medium and extreme lengths. Coats for young- men or old men, in sizes to fit all shapes. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th and F Sts. N.W. City Brevities. Edward ttcese has been appointed tire jhan or Hit Industrial Home School NoMs Posey living at No 438 Secutb Uanffii southwest yesterday reported to the jiolloe an lof of Slu, a silver watch charm, and u pair of curf buttons. George W Statit lias been appointed a policeman Tor duty at the Grand Opera UlcHse, rr a term or three years, vice J E. Boswcd, -whose couitnisoloii is re- ' votd. t JoHcewan Goss has been detailed at tbe dtuontive orfire. at police headquar ters. He will discharge the duties of Dotectlve Gorman during the hitter's lihlOSS. Tiie will ." Elizabeth H. Kovc was fllod yalciUy. leaving her property ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

. Qjlit Fair -warmer; northerly winds. Circulation yesterday, 39,899. K"0. 1,282. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY JklORXINGr, SEPTE1TBJEE 24, 3897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. GARL1ST GILES AWAKE Pretender Reaffirms His Rights to the Spanish Throne. MNOESTO SOON EXPECTED Don OiirUs Expresses His Opiiilosi Thut Cuba Is Lost to Spain mid HIjJ Adherents Are Gathering for a Practical Showing of Whut They Regard the Monarchical Rights. M&tiridU Sept- 53 Bon Carlos, the pre tebKr Cu tjhe Spanish throne, has written a letter emphatically denying that he lias abandoned hie claims to the throne of jjiatn. He declares that after the sacrifice liicu have beeu rmiile in his behalf he v ojM tt a oowri to renounce bin rights. M-retve- oue hundred thousand "volunteers arc rend to take up arms in his cause. It is, 'lie belief or Don Carlos that Spain must ubaudtiU Cubu, and tliat the loss of t he l bland wfll emphasise the existing deep dieConteHt. It is expected that the pre tender wiH shortly issue a manifesto....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

s THE MOKxYINGTIMES, JTIilDXT, SEPTEMBER 24, 1897. ou're coorliiij pneom walking around these days without a fall overcoat. It's one of the most neces sary articles of a man's wardrobe and if 3rou own one once you'll never be without one as long as you live. ' 7.50 for two superb styles of Tep Coats, made of birk-Uy All-wool Covert Cloth, cut the proper length ami fullae, and Uie equal of any you'll find elsewhere marked ?10. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and ESts. N. W. No Branch Store In Washington. NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA Insurance Companies Settle With the Old Dominion Boat Cluh. Charles Wldmeycr Arrested on t Churge uf False Pretences Events of Personal Interest. Alexandria. Sept- 28. -Charles WkSmeyer, of tin.- BpMote Manufacturing Company, wa arrested in Hut city today by Police nu8 AtlritteOH, n a warraat ibsued on cotuplafeH. af Ut. Charteb Kidwell. who charged Widwieyer with having obtained moae hjkJot fahte pretences from Hattie A. VlctetX. It appears tJwt tlie accused had reowv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

THE aicmOTSTG TTRIES, 3TRIDAT, SEPTEMBER 24, 1807. STUDYING, 11 TYPHOID Scientists Analyzing the Waters of the Potomac. AS PURE AS OTHER RIVERS Danger of Contamination Alway 3irtent, Hovvr, and the 1 vojstlsatlons Now Being: Made Are itir the Pui-pone of Guarding; Against It Sand Filter deeded. The lbaz promised investigation Into the preont and prospective contamination of the water bupply of Washington bo bee., began. Under the direction of the Gcolog ical Survey, parties arc In the field to examine the head waters of the Potomn Itiwer for the puriwa.0 of determining the clt&rarter of Hie supply and to obtain samples ol the wtsr, which will be sub jeeted to bacteriological analyses "by tbe Murine Hospital Bureau. 6n Uucem:-r 2. 1895, I)r. "William C WHlwarrt. health officer of the District, nattered a report on the prevalence or lypboid fever m the District of Colun.bla ln a Irieh Jie Mtld: "In view of tnc sources of pollution of the Potomac River, re vended by tlie investigat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

THE MORXIKGr TIMES, 32R1DAT, SEPTEMBER 24, 189T, Q&ned (MOUXINU. JCVEKTXG ASD SUNDAY.) Tie Wasiiington Times Company. 1 S331SOK UUTCIUNS, President IICTCHIXS BtTlLOIXG. SCHSCRirMOX KATES. Montiht. xx Carhtkk: 3tf ornistjE, Ewsiiif: Somtar. PIfcy Gents Moraiitjf and Fnoday . . . .Tftfttr-nve Coats EvcuiHg and Suuday.-.-Thiriy-ftve Coats BY MAT&. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 5.50 Six Sleuths. " " " " 30 Three MomUis " " " l.C One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. 1 i25 Three Momhs. " " " .J20" One Year. Evening ana. Saay... 4.00 Bix Mantle " "- :'- 2-25 lurce Moiribs. " " ' " L3B Sunday only, one year. 1- Orders by mail wast be accompanied by xubscriirttoti price. TKUSfMOxes: Editorial Uooms, 4SG; Business Office. 1640. ,.- Circulation Statement Tie cirmkdio. flTTira Trans for the tr ended Saturd, September IS, 1S97, was at feBowK JSwai,;Se8Ber J - 2S.57u Nondttg, September IS 41.SS4 Tve$dmv. September H 41.CS7 IVettoadmv, &&eer 1$ 42,790 Thm4m,.eiember X ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

THE MOBNING- T1HES, FEID. SEPTEMBER 24, 1897. C icbs GSQS CQ 52"JS GS33 S5SO Lansburgh & Bro. THIS EXCELLENT UNDERSKIRT This excellent Underskirt for Fall wear is made of fast black saline, umbrella style, fleece lined throughout, deep flounce at the bottom, finished with rows of fine shirring, gored at the top on a perfect fitting yoke, with draw- ;triug.Lcngths 38 to 42. A is Special Price, 89c. -foday's Reductions in -ill i Idren's Wearables. g.Sne lot Infants' Ribbed . 'Vts, high neck, long i. yes, pearl buttons clowr , ' . . ..... child' , ironi. sizes tu ml ren from 6 months to2y ears. Reduced to 19c. Wren's School Caps, of boucle, in.de- b 1 e shade s red, vn ana navy tinisn- with bows of ribbon I quills to match. Special, 48c. If yen want a Fashion Sheet free of charje, telling you of the new Fall Styles, jnst ask for it at the Pattern Ceanter. I JswfcwsA.'H&iA 1 tt 4JU, ZJ., 4-J4, 4-J6 IU M. H it a 420, 422, 424, 426 nil St, CSSQSSSSSSRaaSGSSQeSaCSSQ aaa3aS33S333EEE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

THE HQfffflgre TJ-kHj0?iRJ.rAY, S-KPTJOIKER 24, 1897. G - . ELEIHTS STQP TIE Fill Meeting Between Senators and Giants Prevented Tiy Uain. TDE FIGUT FOR POSITIONS Straggle Between Tinltlmore and 2l-irlon mid W Rhhington and New York Grows Fe-.pernte Eye of the Bull "World Tnxned on the Monumental City. W. L. Pot. Baltimore.... S7 36.707 Boston S9 37 .706 New York... 79 45 '.637 Cincinnati 70 54 .565 Cleveland.... 66 59 .52S Washington... 57 67 .460 Brooklyn 57 69 .452 Pittsburg 57 69 .452 Chicago 55 70 .440 Philadelphla..54 72 .429 Louisville 51 73 .411 St. Louis 27 96 .220 GAMES YESTERDAY. Cleveland, 8; Chicago, 4. GAMES TODAY. TTnshlngton at New Yorlr. BoHton ut Baltimore. Philadelphia ut Brooklyn. TIhj element took a hand hi Uie national fame yesusrdav and put a v eto on the per formances scheduled In the gay city of Gsttaut., and on the Pirates' smoke-be grimed diamond. -Wagner' outfit was carded Tor a set to with the band of pennant-chasers now traded by their old eaptalu-third ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

THE MOBKINQTIMES, 3TRDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1897. jy 957 VANTED AXD TO LOA. UIlGfcNT NEED of $150".wll sacrifice a part interest in a valuable patent Just ibsucd, worth Js25,O00. model, etc , to m UtXS&S ,,arti Address YOUNG SOUTH EKNERjUjisoTficc be22 3t.em A NEW PLAN. 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HOUSES. CARRIAGES. ETC , w Itboul removal Trom possession otowor ioa can have the money the day yon PpJy for it Payments on the principal, or any amount, -will be received at un y time, which win lessen cost or loan LOWEST RATES MOST DESIRABLE TERMS To cost to you if Joan is not made. Mrtctly confidential Please call Tor further information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-em 602 F Bt rnf ATTENTION Own your reMdence; from 00 to 00 er cent of -value adanced: elMn-r to buy, build, or to relieve an InoHuibrauee irom jour home, to be re paid in amounts not to exceed rent Ad dress A. I. T., this urflce be22-3t LOANS from $5 to $50 lo reliable parties also money adva...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 September 1897

8 THB MORNXNTG TIMES, I'RIDiflLT, SEPTEMBER 24, 189T. FSSESH from the tailor's hands a lot of Tan Covert Cloth Top Coats, cut the fasluon able length, made -with strap seams and lined with j Pure Dye Silk- Any tailor would say 20 was cheap for them, hut the price is only Twelve Dollars and Fiitt Cents ($i2.5u). It's the Top Coat sensation of the season See them. All sizes. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th and P Sts. N. V. ,fime$ City Brevities. The District Commissioners have pe titioned lor write de lunatico inuulrendo agctfnPcdr S. Moran and Kate M. Jones. IHMTiCt Aembly No. 66, Knights of Lalxr.linet 11 night, at Plasterers' Hail Jo iHteiHePs at public In.poruuice was ooiwldtwed. AroMU-et W. M. Foindexter lias teen clKMKut to prepare tlie plans and bpecirica Uoas for the new school building to be ooittrtHJUdln MotHitPleasant. Hornblower xi.d Marshall have been chosen Tor the txtml oil square 44, in the firfcc ward. CcisOS have been trying to break the reoorfl oh the round trip to B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 September 1897

wff 'Fair j -warmer; southerly winds.' Circulation yesterday, 40j0!5. NO. 1,283 WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MOUNINGF, SEPTEMBER 25, 3897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. MHBIOS'HQGIOFTERHOH Dictator Imprisons and Shoots &aiiy Prominent Men. iRBBEL SUCCESS THE CAUSE Everything: at the Capital of Guate mala Reported to He In a State of Chaos The Functions of Civil Ol floors Usnrped by the Chief of JL'oliee. Ban Franotsco, S.ppt. 24. Private dis patcher received here from Guatemala allow tlmt there is a ri'ign of ti-rror in BarrtoP' capital, as the president Is 'mn milling many atrocities. Victory, Is is claimed, rests on tLe standards of lliein fcurgents. Cbampurico ami San Felipe are said to have fallen into tlelr hands. In the ca pi till terror reignE. Late last evening the following private dispatch vaB re ceived in thih city from Ci)ami)erico Ma Acapuleo: Cittruperico and Ban Felipe both in the liands of the insurgents. BarrolH has shot and imprisoned prominent meuwhosympa tblze Mith the revol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 September 1897

THE MOPiKIKG TIMES. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1897. o 3 J,2 St -fi - Mothers Come straight here this uioraiiig for the boys' suits. Chances are 3-011 can find just what 3'ou' re looking for and for considerable less than vou expect to pay. S1.48 SL9S and S2.4S for good, strong school suits. $3.48 for dress suits that are $4 and $5 elsewhere. Eisenian Bros., Corner 7th and E Sis. . W. ;No Branch Store in Washington. 0 ar-c.. i&.&- - cc's-'S a-'a "s 1 Droop Mhmc Store, p 025 Pa. are. $ Sale of I i Musical I Instruments. I Stock "shake-ups" are f bound to occur in every well 0 regulated business. It means i "plums" for the buyer. V We iH-ojMise to run of f at least lialt h of jur preheat tock of Banjos, Man- a 4 doling and Guitars at greatly re- diued prices. Tbose desirous, of be- r . curing a grand instrument at a P 9 small price should Irurncdiatel in- A 0 i.je't this stock. We give a few i $ items jubt to illustrate tbe depUi i of tlie cut: f J andclins. f 1 Mandolin, 9 strip...

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