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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

Jloudy, probably light stov?crs In ttic Circulation yesterday, 40,09u lorning-, followed bv fair, with prospects of two days of fair weather; cooler; west erly winds. NO. 1,287. WASHINGTON, FEIDAY, OOTOBJEB 29, 3897 EIGHT PAG-JRS. O tf E OEOT. .aOiioSii! .-A HARRISON ID HIS BAND They Arrive in New York to Fight Tammany's Battle. A WARM GREETING MET TIIEM Surrounded by Johnnie Timet h, DeaUiui'r.c Jake Brenimn. Hinkev Dink Kenim und Other blilninu TJKlit, OUIcurhV Muvoi Ilonchos. Gotbtim to Aid Tnmmuny. Xew Yrk, Oct. 28' H"lcd by Johnnh SPawor DaMlhorsc Jake Brcnu.ii., Hinkey Dlk ICewm Bathhouse John Coughlip, Coowej tibe Fov, Mike Alclnerny and Carter It HarriKm. and bringing -with them ttoe tearrul regret of Clabby Burns, MawiH- O'Mallej, One-Eyed Connell Bleep iloGtim, Bull Burke and Mike MrtsfcW'W I he Jiag of tJic patUi, tne QMa&go cit go enmn-nU otherwiN; the GlticagM Mardiiug Clul. reached New yk iMn arusmoon. The w ere ill sober w1hh tfc got Jierc though they letta trail ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, EEIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 189T. 'There'sno middleman 'tween you and us." Before we started our liat "demriment., $3 was as little as you could pay for a sat isfactory hat. But we've changed all ifat 32 aiow does what $3 used i?D -do. .All &he oi-ew shapes in jEaiaa-auireed colore are here to mtDRV at 32. That's one reason'for the surprisingly rapid growth of this "two-year-old" hat business. iseman Dros., Owner 7th ana E Ste. 8. "W. No Branch Store in Washington. m PMSOH SOUfifiT DEATH Thomas 'Baku Takes Laudanum With Almost Fatal Effect 'Hie on the Col in the Emergency JUsjiml on Which OIK Wife 3Iet u uioide- Death. TteMCtg Btifcer occupied the same cot at Ue lSmwgency Hospital that Ills -wire died UfKm Utt eifflit weeks ago after she had JHMtiiHlfrotu a tlnrd-story window at Gat aVJ!oiei for the purpsef ending hr life. Baker ah) tried to owiumlt suicide last might, but his attempt will nut be as sue OfeHfcfwi N wt that of Mrs Baker. Shedied after lingering abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, EBIDAY, OCTOBJSB 29, 1897, I PUZZLiNSjPilSI NOTE Tpxt of (he Document Grows $Iore and More Ambiguous. TOE CABINET TO DISCUSS IT It It, Reported Tlint in Tt Spain Re fuses Mediation, But Does So in lain-uiiRe "Which Is a Perfect IModel of Diplomatic .Evasion of Important I'olnts. The CaWaet will meet today in rjrnlar cession, awl "will undoubtedly discuss the Bjiaulsh iiwtc in reply to Minister Wood ford on the Ortx.n miertloi.. The Frew dent, lat Tuesday, had the alieat -wlnis of the net- before Uie Cabinet, but it appear that the text is growing more aiuliigiurtis the more closely it ib read. Up u date it la all the ear marks of a dollverajice of the Delphic oracle or of a treaty between Pizarro and the ancient Peruvians. Notiring ha been guarded more ?ealou(Jy frn the -niblle eye than thin particular note. When it was being transcribed OWof Ork MiPliaeis retired beliiud an ex cjnIritWy hand-painted screen -with au other ciicrogrnpher and had the no't ingeod ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

IHE TIMES, WASHINGTON, FRIDAT.. OCTOBER 29, 1S97. unea (3I0BXISG, EVEXIKG AN'D SUNDAY,) BT 2?he Washington Times Company. STILSON HUTCiriXS, President, Hutchins Building. SuuscniiTiox "Rates. MOJTTHI.Y, 11Y CAKItlBIt: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents J1Y SIAIIi. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday.. S3 50 Six Months, " " " M .. 3.00 ThreoMonths," " ' " . L5 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Montlis, ' " " 1-23 One Year. Evening and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, Tlireo Mon'hs, " " " - Sunday only, one year. 1-00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Tjsi.kthbkks: Editorial Rooms, 48G; Business Oftioe, ICiO. Circulation Statement. 3e cfrcwfadwi Tub Tisibs for tl.c we cmdtd Strd&v, Oek&v St, JS0T, teas at jtilovt: mav, 09b17. 23,400 Mm, October IS ,.;. .40,033 Tx4i. Qoteberli. 4I,00S llfebuaiay, Qc&xrX 30.034 2w, 0rtnrl. 49,023 JVwtetf. October M- 40,113...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

the tints, Washington, iuuday, October 29, 1S97. &&&&& 9m Lansburgh & Bro. You Surely Have A Trading Stamp Book 1 We give Trading Stamps to all purchasers of ten cents' worth or more. It's so easy to fill a book and select one of those nice presents they give you, simply for handing in your book with the stamps. Ladles Short Knitted Under- skirt, made of the best quality ft Germantosrn wool, in dainty snaslcs of blue, pink, white, gar- I net and black, iinished with a v fancy cJg?, excellent width and V length, a perfect fitting: yoke with f draw-string:. $ Special price, 98c $ A new lot of Children's Coats came in today. Capes to match. See them. CoAlQl. $ I 420, 422, 424, 426 Tth St. SS333SS552XDeS5SS3SS33 For This Week and No other - Week we Offer our entire Stock of PARLOR SUITES At ONE-QUARTER Off marked Price and on Credit. Will Yon miss It? I Mammoth Credit House, 1 Sir-819-821-823 7th St. S Bet. H and I. G?g!5SSSX5(SSX55SSGX30iS03S&; Gt ACb tr Chi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHISTGrTOIS", FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1897. BUTTERWQRTH TO RESIGN The Commissioner of Patents to Be Disciplined for Kicking. 11E DENOUNCES COX'S GANG Report That He Will Be Forced Out of Orce Not Contradicted Although It Could Not Positively Be Vftrltled Gone to Ohio to SpeaK for H-iiimi. It lootta as If the -wrath of the Adminls traUH. hud fallen upon MaL Beu Butter--wortli. of Ohio, Oonimlie3oner of Fateuts. It "WR rumored nooiit town last night tint MnJ. HuUerworth would toon 're rign and rewntie the practice of law. It is understood h tint it has been in titrated to Win from those in high placeb ttwtMi rerigaatfou would he accepted. All f which, if true, is traced buck to the Ohio rfertfcms. MaJ. jlsitwrwortU has been guilty of the HMjardoname tin of baying a few words derogatory to tlie men who are seeking to bend Marl; llanna back to thi. United States Senate. The Hamilton county gnp which is the city of Cin cinnati in one of the most xhsrcputable gan,? cf eat throat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

ttlE TBIES. WASHIKfiTOyr, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 189T. MONEY WASTE1) AND TO MA.V. MONEY To LoAN From 5 to $50 to re liable parties at legal rate of Interest; money amaincd on bicycle. ROOM &, Central building, 9th and Pa. ave. Oc7-liu-cm A GOVERNMENT employe desires a loan of $200 forUxty days; good security and commisaloa given Tor the use of same. Addre-s-. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. tuts ofnee. oc2C-0t WANTED By a respontlblc paity $800 for one month's me: will give $50 ror use of Mmi, will let lender liold $1,200 "Worth of good note. asxecurUy: ii triflers need answer. Address, giving name and address, BOX No-", this offloe. oc26-6t SIQNEY -to loan fu small sums on personal eourity; ao delay. Address H. E. W., this office. oc?.2-tf , -A NEW FLAX. $1o TO $1,000 TO" LOAN - -ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, HuKSES, CARRIAGES, ETC. WltAHMK reoval from iKisseMonof owner. You rati have the money the dav you apply for it. Payments on the principal, or anyju.Kjatit, will be received at an v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 October 1897

THE TIMP, WASHINGTON; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1897. D DOUBLE- Breasted sacks are very popular suits with the young men. Plenty of them here. Newest and correct stvles, colors and fabrics, $12.50, $15, $18 and $20 for rich, well tailored, -perfect-fitting garments, about one-half oPwhat you would pay for same qualities at the cus tom shops, and you have no an noyance or delay of wait ng for them to be finished. Ours are reedy to wear NOW. Robinson & Chcry Co., 12th and F Sts N. W. DEMOCRATIC :ers Can'obtain certificates for Half Rate Tickets bv being- personally identified at the Democratic Congressional Committee Rooms, Hutch ms ""Building, cor. 10th and D sts- oc o-ot-ciii City Brevities. The wr In Tenth street, between it ,aufl N reet northwest, lb to be re placed. A roadway, a new curb and a. sidewalk arc to be laid under the iiermit system In tike alley in square 913 at a cost of $4,442. TeHtfc street, between C street and iL.aIilia avi-nue northwest, lias been placed m U schedu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

0m$ Fair Saturday; cool northerly winds. Circulation yesterday, 49,820 NO. 1,28S. WASHINGTON, SATU11DAY, GCTOT1.EI? 30, 3 897TEN PAG-JTC3. ONE CENT. GANNOLQNGERBEPUTOFF The Question of Buying an Over coat jlust Be Decided. THE GREAT PROVIDERS' OFFER Hlgli Quality Good', on Credit at Ijowrist of Cash Prices The Offer I iinde to Everyone and Can Be Thoroughly Investigated 1-Ueral FfeQCs. Mass- repeUen for Jjoing well dreNid has, toseu brtttt Pn an overcoat like luiertt. s vverdmtibavcruUi a :ihi'UujIj orn-4H5ari--to In the wcartr'K&it. IteiMub, n overcoat or a topcoat is very ooi irfvrtoMe on a cool morning. 3 He cool weather is lit no great iiur:j tbU year, bat it 1- coming, sure enough we woat escape it. iimrefcjre, it i just ej, di ti preuare for tle inevitable. Tlu. We kniuie ntcre and annex 4 1 C- 1 7 Seventh tr-t, is open till 10:30 tonnr'u, m yarn wiI1jvl ample opportunity to iirop In awl Jek at Ute great provldurs' line or drey topcoat at $6.50. Tlicy are worUi an JuiifKK-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHl3NrT(&r;"SATTJBDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1897. s 'Taere'sno middlemaa'tween you ana us." $2.48 for All $3.50 Chiles Suits Today. On account of the rain last Saturday liuudreds of mothers were kept away from our special sale. Today we repeat the offer choice of every $3.50 Child's Suit in the house, without reserve, for $2.43 This includes the fauc' suits for the little fellows. We honestly believe every suit that Ave have marked $3.50 will cost $4.00 else whereso at $2.48 you're only paying a trifle more than half what thej-'re worth. It's for today only Mon day they'll be $3-50 again. Eisernan Bros., Comer 7ta and ESts.N.W. No Branch Store in Washington. IE 0I1JPC DHL ComtcHedtrom First Pag-. A-as tiie host thins for the Government, and Cleveland fell into tiie idea When Olaey withdrew rrom the Attorney General's office. Judson Harmon, his suc- Otthsyr, took up tiie work where he laid it j .uevrn and gave the &yndicate every abfcim anoe Beceary to carry the scheme to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

THE TIKES, WASHINGTON SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 30, 189?, t- , 7 The National Medical and Surgical Institute. 717 Fourteenth Street N. W. Permanently Established Institution for the Scientific Treatment and Cure of Ali Diseases of a Special Nature. We Have Treated and Cured More Patients Suffer ing From SPECIAL DISEASES Than Ail Others Combined Lawyers, Physicians, Dentists, Ministers, Mechanics and Merchants Are In cluded in Those Whom We Have Successfully Treated. 1 e Are Daily Having Patients Sent Us by Regular Practi tioners, Many Coming From Distant Okies. E. T. HANCOCK, A. M., M. D.f Chief Consulting- Physician and Surg-eon, has gained an enviable reputation in the treatment of diseases of the Nervous System. Graduating from Philadelphia's leading college, he pursued a post graduate course, after which he spent one year as resident physi cian and surgeon in the largest hospital of that city, after which he continued his sp2cial studies abroad. Dr. Hancock has con tributed many article...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHING-TON, iSAiUBDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1897. LAVIGKEDEFEATSWQLGffTT iiiHi"1 !S iP4 W . IP. l&" . J& ' urT Sale of boys' 50c to $2.50 Derbies and Tain CPSlianters at Today we shall place on sale 350 Boys' Derbies and Tain O'Shaaters iu all sizes from 6 to 7X3 the entire balance of the stock bought from the Continental Clothing- Compan-. There are a few 50c hats in the collect ou, but the majority of them are worth upwards to $2.50. Choice today This will be your last chance nt them- Get one today or you lose the opportunity forever. Again we offer Boys' $5, $6 and $7 Suits at $4, $5 and $6. M j UW : H by Bo5rs' All-Wool Reefers at $6 No need to tell the mothers that a Reefer Coat is the best Overcoat a Uov can wor keeps his httle body as warm as a toat and lea-ves the legefree to run and play We've got Iccefersfrom $2.50 to S7 buttheone special line upon which we wish to lav strong emphasis is the SG line of Blue Chinchilla Reefers every thread wool large sallorcollar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1897. Hecht & Company, 515 Seventh Street. To Make the Millinery Department Busier than it has ever been before to break all previous records made by this, successful store we have made special values the like of which the people of "Washing ton have never known. Nearly three thousand yards of the new 4-inch change able all-silk taffeta ribbons in all combinations such as is sold in every store in town for 19c a yard goes on sale at the unusual price of Today "we shall offer blacl; and oolored -wingb and oouue feathers, TonvJuoh others ask 25oents a pair, for 1 r. n per pair .. lU Take your clioloe today of a lot of colored birds and black parrotb rogluar 70-uent r sort-for JJ Ladies' leather-bound Al pines, witii leather band now so Hindi worn for to- Kr- dayat JJK Today you will tic offered lmmlsome all-silk plaid and striped rinbou-1 inc-lios wide regular 30 c and 4 fi equality a yard, 7 "t r for w) JC Wonderful Values in Wraps, Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

THE TIMES, WASHrfrGTQNl -SATURDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1897. ! 8Kmcjg CI0KN1-G, EVENING ASD SUJJDAY,) BY The Washington Times Company. STILSOK HUTCIirXS, President, HUTCHIXS BUILDIXG. SunSCRII'TIOK TtAIKS. Monthiv, iiy GABitrnu: , roruinp, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Jlornlnjiand Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MA It.. One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday.. 5.50 Six Slonths, " " " " .. 3.00 Throe Mouths," .. 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday."..... 4.00 Six Mouths, " " " 2.25 Three Months, ' " " 1.25 One" Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Tlireo Monilia. " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mall must bo accompanlod'by subscription price. TbIjBPUOKbs : Editorial Itooms, 48G; Business Ofiice, 1G40. Circulation Statement. The cfrowtottoR of Tiie Trans for the trtefc ended Saturday, October SS, 1S97, was at Jolfoics: Sunday, Oeteier 17. 23,400 Jlftmiy, October 18 40,035 Tvetday, OcU&er 19. 40,008 Wednesday, OeleberSO 39,634 Tlm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

THE TITHES, WASHINGTON,. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1397. 1 . m-&&s-4b Lansburgh & Bro. trates our regular SI. QO C. B. a la Spirit corset, out BSSSaiSi ,:..- 2r ' iffl "dviiiK iW pur- SiLtilQlIlifrl l-.i?n,-t 13 Q W-fiBfoflftlhe (I v rv"v j3 'manu- . facturer's seconds of " ih:s one style, we will v place thorn on sale to- f day at 59 cents, although V 'f the imperfections are so f slight that they are hard- Q 'y perceptible. Made of Q ;e heavy jean, extra long X waist, high and heavily . boned bust, with 2. steels V y on each side. White only. 0 .'? TherespDnse to tnis ad- y ".$ vertisement was so very s satisfactory last Satur- g ; day that only the follow- ing sizes remain: 1 s 6 2 -I h i 2 3 .1 5 a S i 5 ami Today is the last day of the Prize Exhibiiion Art Department. if 9 Remember, we give Trading: 9 Stamps. rofeAr&u o 420, -422, 424, 425 rtb. St. 0S 08&l Q O --00"J-0 eS3SSSeSG(D6X2SS3SSeSQ For This Week. We Offer our entire Stook of PARLOR SUITES At ONE-QUARTE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

THIS TIMES, WASHINGTON, -SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1897. c Chas. A. Dana's Reminiscences Of Lincoln, Stanton, Grant, Sherman and Other Great Men; of Battles; and of Great Political Events, Will 1)8 Published Serially in ricCl ure's Beginning with the November Number. Mr. Dana recollections of tlie men and event of the Ciil "War were ooiupieted lat spring. Indeed ttefore Mr. Dana was taken ill in June, a. oowrttterable portion or tin. work luid been put In tvpe for the magazine, ami He Hart read and rcvisetl the proor. Mr Dana wasooe of the first men called to a position of high trust in the "War Department l.j EdwtiiM jt Anion and from first to Inst lie had the entire conflctenct of the sre.it War becretarj This confidence led to his appointment to manv private missions. It was liifi report tliatinflue:i"ea the action or lite Government at tuait critical period, No other tna.n taw so man) ot Uie great battles or followed hj manv of the eteci-ive campaigns No other man Had in hit, memor)...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

iiONEY WA.VTKI) AND TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN -From S5 Co $30 to re liable parties at legal rate of interest, inoney advanced on bicycle. ROOM S, Central building, 9th and Pa. arc. 0c27-lm-em MONEY LOANED upon furniture and other . good securities without removal ir nub Ucity. 512 13th st. nw. oc3o-3t A GOVERNMENT employe desires a loan of $200 for sixty days; good secuilty and ooinmlsion given for the use or Kama. Addrc. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL, this office. oc26-6t WANTED- By a responsible partv 5800 for one month's use: will give $50 foi use of saiue. -will let lender hold $1,200 worth of good notes as securltv; no triflers need answer. Address, giving name and addrea. BOX No. 2, this off ire. oo26-Gt MONEY to loan In small sums on personal feeCHrtty; uo delay. Address II. E. W., this offloe. - oc22-tf -A NEW PLAN. $10 TO $1,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, ETC. Without removal from possession of owner. ipu can have the money the day you apply for it. Pay...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 October 1897

10 THE TIMES, WSHJKGTOST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30; 1897 : !2S2!ffiE2 K22H5S22H!K!!ZK IHNSTONS, H lOIHINO SA 729-731 7th St. air ? :: :::::: :::: ::.:..!j ! CROCKER'S Shoes Shined Free 939 Pa. Ave. ! i . . i 4SV 700 &B Mb $lSlHiifei $9 1 Men's Black Calf and 4 Russet ' Harvard Cal f Shoe?, with Scotch edge, latest style toe, and all the usual good points. Good value at $3 50 usual good points. Good value at $3 50 If you will need a pair of Shoes within the next month or i o get them toda3 as such opportunities are rare. 5 r ;: ::: :i; jwrmmmTimmnfTminmmTf iMimTin mniTfmmnmmniiiniinmiiiTtg As the list of merchants S to handle American Premium. Stamps is very nearly EE k complete, the company has decided to start issuing z pE the Stamps on TUESDAY NEXT. Therefore all wish- H jEE ing to join had better make it a point to call TODAY 3 at the temporary offices, Room 29, Warder Building, H fp corner Ninth and P, to sign the contracts. j jj The Bst already contains the names of many of ES ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

ttftttlttf Fair and slightly, warmer Sunday; light variable winds. Circulation yesterday, 42,144 WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBJ2B ;3l 1897 TWENTY PAGES. KO. 1,2S9. , THEEE CENTS, s. OHIO DEINIT5 HOPEFUL Think They Will lie Able to Elect Hanna's Successor. A COMPLICATED SITUATION UiifcliiieUV. Chance for He-2lec-thm Thought to Tie Better Than the Chance-, for u Hepublican Legis liitui'c 3Ir. Bryan Thinks. Deii. oemtic Succo Almos.1 Coruiln- Column, Ohio.. Oct.30. The Ohio caru ipaijjH, "which Is iieaghu; Its close, lias been 4be nst -yiormiHy-rmight "orf-year" con ton, lteM here In Ohio. The seitutamfcfp onu-s has completely obscured the State tttfccl-, aul Tar more interest is .nani festtart in the legislative result than sin ttfce $( clectteu. Tlwush the State Rave a McKiuley plurality or 50,000 last fall, Uie KejMibbean, are not at all confident of victory t tiie polk next Tuesday. TlkMgft iov. itosMueli't muupai4i bas reeeire: coiitpat attvely little altentian Own Ui Stale coiuuduce,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 October 1897

2 THE TIMES, WASHITOST SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 3 897. r Arc you Ready for th Heavy-W eiffms Cold weatiier at last aud you can't put off btiying the lieavj- suit overcoat and underwear any longer. The next thing- to settlers where you can best tuy them. Quality considered there is no house in Washington that can match our prices. We are well aware that every merchant makes the same claim but we have these good reasons to sub stantiate ours: FIRST We are manufacturers you buy from us almost as cneap as a merchant buys from a jobber. SECOND We have three big stores one in Baltimore one in Atlanta and this one. We need immense quantities to supply them and consequently gain big concessions from the cloth mills on account of the vast quantities we use. THIRD There isn't a firm hereabouts with as much ready capital as we have. We pay spot cash for every dollar's worth we buy and as cash buyers, can practically make our own terms. So you see it's no-idle boast with us we've got the facilities ...

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