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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 May 1894

s- -,? -fc -?i;-?T.virMJ!.lH,P 5SSS?E3f3S v THE "WASHTffGrTOIT TTJLES, MONDAY, MAT 21. 1894. GO Into any or all clothing stores and' tailor shops in town if you care to, exam ine their goods and prices, then come HERE, see OUR stock of well-made, fashion able, seasonable, reliable garments, and make YOUR OWN COMPARISONS. If j-ou don't honestly think OURS ARE SUPERIOR, don't buy them. You wont be bulldozed into doing so, but we have no fear as to what your verdict will be, for by far the easiest customers we have are those who HAVE looked else where. We have a good, reliable suit as low as $10. It is stylishly cut, will fit well, and WE'LL, be responsible for its serviceability. Hand some and better ones at $12, $15, $18, $20, and up to $40, which buys the richest and finest suit that can be made. You'll say so when 3011 see them. Robinson, Gheru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Our Windows FULL 01 a special purchase of MEN'S HEAL S1.23 NIGHT ROBES for 70 CENTS. Havo Fancy hand-embroidere...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 May 1894

Tffir??p i THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, MAT 22, 1894. ONE CENT TOL. 1. InTO. G6. J l-O AS THE STARLESS NIGHT Dark Have Been the Clouds and De structive the Rains. GRAPHIC STORY OP THE FLOOD The Cruel Waters Bush Down TJpon Defense less Homes, Sweeping Away Thousands of Dollars in Property and Devastating Grow ing Crops Creeks Converted Into Elvers. WnxxiYsrORT, Ta., Hay SI. As nlebt ap proaches and darkness settles down tbo terrors of a Hood Increase. The yellow torrent rushing down from tho hillsides, fed by a thousand mountain streams, and growing with each patB lng minute, assumes now terrors, and the panic stricken people look forward with an undefined dread to the ordeal through which they must pass before tho dawn of another day. Shut off from the rest of the world, with n railway communication and no avenue of tele graphic or telephono communication save the slender, quherlng wire over which this message Is eptfe'ding, surrounded upon every hand by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 May 1894

B"l?!i',W''? tf asT555!f 5 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1894. S55F--V'-S! The Washington Times (ETXET DAT E TEX Yui) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, CORKER EtBTIVTH AND E STOIETS NOKTHWIST. Brsijrrss office, l Elkvzsto Stkmt H. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-8. Business Office, 337-2. Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -... .Three Cents. By the month .Thlrty-flye Cents. s5fTRADEStTl?l C0UNCIL9 WASHINGTON. D. O., MAY 22, 1894. Tho Weather To-day. For tho District of Columbia and Maryland, fair daring the greater portion of Tuesday; winds mostly easterly. Virginia, fair, except ehowers in -western portion j warmer in west ern portion; variable winds. PEBSONAI PUBITX IH POLITICS. Tho value of personal purity in publio life becomes more apparent each day. Congress men who have carried tho voters of their districts In their vest pockets heretofore, and with that knowledge have bid defiance openly to all social or moral de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 May 1894

veanQnw fi&j. THE WASHTNGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1894. 3- hr ( - IT A Large Stock FINE SHOES AT Bankrupt Prices! Several lots of Ladies' $3 Kasset and Black Oxfords at $1.50. Several lots of Men's $6 Cordovan Congress at $3.75. Two lots of Ladies' $3 and $4 Shoes at $1.50. One lot of Ladles' $3.50 Shoes at $2.'2o. One lot of Ladies' $3 Russia Calf Bluchers at $1.85. Several lotsof Men's $6 Patent Calf Shoes at $3.75. Several lots of Ladies' $5 and $6 Shoes at $3.50. One lot of Men's $3.50 Calf Congress at $1.75. Several lots of Men's $5 Russia Calf Shoes at $2.65. One lot of Boys' $3 Calf Shoes, but ton, at $1.00. One lot of Children's $1.25 Dongola Oxfords at 59c. Tfcousan Ja cf other tie bargains. Come quick, while your size Is here. We bought these goods at nlwut 50 cents cm the dollar, and therefore give tou tho benefit of our purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 9!9 F STREET. Will Still Bur ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of CLOTHING AT GARNER'S Ciosing-Ouf Sale. ITe the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 May 1894

. -- '!prIwsn-rfgi'.-ff:f5taK? iwmwm-' v-s s- n: i ! a THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TTJE3DAY, MAT 22. 1894. ONE DOLLAR Will buy a WHOLE SUIT of G. Bonbon & Co.'s cele brated Balbriggan Under wear HERE in White, Heliotrope, or Robin's i,gg Blue that will cost $1.50 or $2.00 in any furnishings store in town. It will also buy one of the finest French Batiste Night Robes you ever saw. Other dealers have them, but they ask $2 for them. Another GOOD THING one dollar will buy is a PERFECT-FITTING Dress Shirt, open front or front and back, made from standard muslin, with pure linen bosom and bands; also dozens of other equally staple and seasonable ar ticles in MEN'S and BOY'S FURNISHINGS. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Our Windows FULL Of a special purcbaso of MEN'S REAL 51.23 NIGHT ROBES for 79 CENTS. Have Fancy hand-embroidered Fronts and Sleeves. Madras and Cheviot Negligee Shirts $1.00 quality, laundered or "7Q- unlaundered, for a few days I w - S1.S0 Kinds, unlaundered, $1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 May 1894

-s THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOX.. 1. XO. 67. WASHTtfGrTOST, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORISTIfGr, MAT 23, 1894. ONE CENT r WATERS FAST RECEDING taful Experience Encountered With the Great Flood. HEROIC AND DARIXG BOATMEN Reports from Williamsport Indicate That the Watori Are Eapidly Disappearing. Incalculable loss to Property in the Dis trict No Lives Were Lost so Far. TViLLUJisroBT, .Pa., May 22. All of the horrors of the disastrous flood of 1889 have been repented, and Williamsport and all of the country around hao been swept by a might rher that spread or almost eery part of the city, carrying away withltprop orty of such value that it is impossible at this time to calculate the amount. The river Is now going down rapidly, and nbout ono-half the flooded territory is out of water. This is the center of the city. 1 he lower parts cast and west aro jet under water, and as the rain that has continued for forty-eight hours did not stop falling until this morning tho river is likely to keep up durin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 May 1894

'' raSi??? 5B faWF '? "!"" THE TVASHrPTGTQy TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 , 1894. The Washington Times (ETEBT DAT IS TBI THE) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, CORSES ELKTONTn AND E STREETS XOBTOWKST. Business Ornci, 431 Elxtzsth Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Eooms, 837-3. Business Omce, S37, Trice, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-Ove Cents. ffiRXbESffiirJiSciLia WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAY 23. 1894. Tho Weather To-daT. For the District of Columbia and Maryland, showers to-night; unsettled weather Wednes day; east winds, becoming variable. For Vir ginia, partly cloudy; variable wind9. BEMOrTETTZATION OF SHVEH. If state banks undor tho Springer bill were compelled, besides the securities ol deposited debentures, to maintain a reservo of 25 per ocnt. in legal-tender coin for tho redemption of their currency, would not that hasten the romonetlzation of silver? Thi3 hint Is thrown out for tho guidance of Mr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 May 1894

i&W g&iiS "-W THE "WASHINGTON- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAT 23, 1894. A Large Stock OF- FINE SHOES AT Bankrupt Prices! Several lots of Ladies' $3 Russet and Black Oxfords at $1.50. Several lots of Men's 6 Cordovan Congress at 3.75. Two lots of Ladies' $3 and $4 Shoes " at $1.50. One lot of Ladles' $3.50 Shoes at $2.25. One lot of Ladies' $3 Russia Calf Bluchers at $1.85. Several lots of Men's $6 Fatent Calf Shoes at $3.75. Several lots of Ladies' $5 and $6 Shoes at $3.50. One lot of Men's $3.50 Calf Congress at $1.75. Several lots of Men's $5 Russia Calf Shoes at $2.65. One lot of Boys' $3 Calf Shoes, but ton, at $1.00. One lot of Children's $1.25 Dongola Ovfords at 59c. Tbousandsofotherbig bargains Come quick, whilo your siio la here. Wo bought these goods at about 50 cents on the dollar, and therefore pive tou the benefit of our purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. - 919 F STREET. Will StUl But ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of CLOTI AT GARNER'S Closing-Out Sale. like tho resonant ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 May 1894

"--. T"r - fl,lV a""J--, 3gft3jpsrr.5Crr T??BP?JiVfeN v rc " rwi. t . THE "WASHINGTON 'TIMES, -WEDNESDAY, MAX 23. 1894. YOU'LL NEVER Be ashamed of your clothes if you buy them of US, for besides being made from the richest and most popular fabrics they are cut in the newest shapes, are well-tailored, and FIT even better than the best custom-made garments. Come in to-day and see our assortment; it's larger than all the tailoring stocks put together, or any other two ready-to-wear ones in town. There are suits for dress wear, suits for semi dress, suits for business pur poses, in all styles, shapes, colors, sizes, and prices, and every one of them guaran teed to give entire satisfac tion or we don't want 3rour money. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. Our Windows FULL Of a special purchase of HEX'S REAL $1.25 NIGHT KOBES for 79 CENTS. Havo Fancy hand-embroidered rronts and Sleeves. Madras and Cheviot Negligee Shirts S1.00 quality, laundered or "7Q unlaundored, for a few day3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 May 1894

-- . -T rW53 JK5fe".' THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1894. TOL. 1. NO. 68. ONE CENT TWO KILLED, FIVE WOUNDED Desperate Battle Between Coal La borers and Strikers. DEPUTY SHERIFFS DISARMED The Military Will Be Ordered to tie Scene of the Trouble-Strikers Have Done Into Camp with Sixty Dayi' Provisions Seri ous Riot at Coal Works in Illinois. Evansville, Ind., May 23. News was received In this city to-night of serious trouble at Little's coal mines at Little's Station. Two hundred and fifty miners from Washington and other mines In Datless and Hie counties, armed with Winchester rifles and a wagon load of ammunition, marched to Ltttlo's mines this afternoon for the purpose of compelling the force at ork at that point to Join the strike. A battle occurred about 5 o'clock between the strikers and those whohaTO continued at work. In which Ave men were wounded and two killed. Tor some days past deputy sheriffs haTO been stationed as guards at the mines, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 May 1894

yn.F THE WASHPTGTQy TOTES, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1894. The Washington Times (ETEBT DAT IX TID! TKllt) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDINQ, CORNER EUttSIU AND E STREETS NORTHWEST. Business Office, 431 lete!th Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, S37-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 24. 1831. Tho Weather To-daT. For the District of Columbia and Maryland, and Virginia: showers to-night and Thurs day; northeast winds, becoming variable. 9 TAYLOR COHXIEMED. The Senate yesterday, by a -rote of 31 to 15, confirmed the nomination of C. IT. J. Taylor, an importation from Kansas, to be Recorder of Deeds of the District of Columbia. Thus Is tho home-rulo plank of the Demo crats platform thrown to the winds, and a man whom scarcely anybody wanted in an office which Is purely local is foisted upon tho helpless people of this community. M THE MAGUIKE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 May 1894

"!?$ pKnV 8 -Sfgj?-v;- VJvSS LTHE -WASHrGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1894. . 50c WUl Still Buy ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of CLOTHING AT GARNER'S !losing-Out Sale. Lite tba resonant singing of tho great buzi-saw In a steam lumber mill was tho unceasing hum of business throughout the store all this week. tOK TO-UOKKOWS TRADING ire ing-PKINCE A1.I1ERT SHITS CUTA WAY SUETS-REGENT SUITS at 0c on the Dollar Time Is growing short our lease ex pires July 1. Tills is a rare chance. Bnap it up. GARNER, 1026 Seventh St. N. W. HAVE YOU iiD YOUR RENT ? i sutpose tou HAVE-nEGU- LABLY TOK MANY TEAKS, buying homes for others. bTOP IT now and at once. Use your rent money each month In BUYING A HOME FOR YOUIISELF. I hare three nouses, lately finished, Ave rooms each, with good yards, near street cars. They cost, with lots, l,CS3feet!n each. m. axi auaviuio laou, wj,iw. 1 will sell mem io mo njui pe-rauiis for that amount en following terms: Cash Fa)mcnt--$15 fcr Month. Two beautiful threo-story nnd base me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 May 1894

'! -m S5S2S5 ft. OS; THE WASHDSGTCXtf TIMES, THUJRSDAY. MAY 24. 1894. YOU'LL Want one of those handsome dressy Serge Suits of ours for Summer wear. No one else can show you as big an assortment or FIT you as well as Ave do, and we have qualities and prices to suit everybody at $10, $12, $15, or up to $25. No matter what price you want to pay we'll give 3'ou a better, hand somer, and more stylish suit than you can get anywhere else for the same money. Come in when you get ready and look at them. They are more eloquent than any amount of newspaper talk. Robinson, Chery Go., Twelfth and F Streets. $100 IN GOLD To be Riven away. Have your wife, mother, father, eKter, brother, cousin, nuut, undo, sw eethcart, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, and evorj body else road how to get it. On page J, Sunday's 1 m es. Our Windows FULL Of a special purchase ol MEN'S REAL 51.25 NIGHT ItOBES for 79 CENTS. Hare Taney lianii-cmbroIderi.il Tronts and Sleeves. Madras and Cheviot Negligee Shi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 May 1894

K" 5'K s a s . f ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHDTGTON, D. C, FEIDAY MOBmNGf, MAY 25, 1894. VOL.l. 2TO. 69. ONE CENT ; NARROWLY ESCAPED DEATH A Boiler Explosion at a Mine Near i Niiitesuarrc. COAL DEALERS' FERILOUS CLMB A Party of Hew Yorkers Were at the Bottom of the Kino When tho Air Was Bhnt Off Somo of them Fainted as.They Beached the Surface. Wilkesbabee, Pa., May 21. A boiler in tho engine houso ol No. 5 mine ol tho Lehigh and Wilkesbarro Coal Company at South AVilkesbarro exploded this morning. The houso was wrecked. Tho accident caused the Etoppago ot tho fan supplying air to tho men in tho mines. It was also impossible to hoist the carriage. With the aid of telephone communication tho men below were warned ot their danger. Tho men made their escape from the mine by way of Stanton shaft. As soon ns the fan stopped and tho gas began to accumulate couriers wcro sent through the mine to give warning. Tho miners and laborers at once threw down their tools and fled. The force of tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 May 1894

-., ..,. - -j-J!--.!-j,-f.tV.-? -Vt5 fStSSrRTIrf3 ?sep -'3fPWi? fmf' "-.;- 2-1 4 c THE WASHISTCtTOX TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 25, 1894. h The Washington Times (KTIET DAT IN THE YEAB) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BOTLDINa, COBKIB ELETEJTH AND STRUTS NORTHWEST. Bcsnress Omci, 431 ELXvurm Strict K. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-3. Business Office, S37-2L Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-live Cents. CTgABEjiMg5PjL& WASHINGTON, D. C, MAY 25. 1891. The Weather To-day. The District of Columbia, fair; slightly wanner; west winds. For Yirjrinia, fair; warmer In northern portion; west winds. For Maryland, showers to-night; generally; fair Friday; slightly warmer; west winds. p HATTOBMS, PB0MJ.SES, AND PLECHTJST. There seems to be a unanimity of opinion among the residents of the District that the appointment of 0. H. J. Taylor for Recorder of Deeds Is an Infringement of tho principle of home rule so clearly lai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 May 1894

rsTi- pfi rja "&"- THE WASHINGTON" TIMES. FBIPAY, MAY 25, 18S4. Have You Accepted This Chance? A. UAENER, 10SS 7th St KW. Clothing AT HALF PRICE. You will not hare another opportunity Hie this again "make nay while the sunshine. Hero's an opening for the best kind of an lnvest znent an Investment where you'll get precisely double the value of your money. Even If you hare already bought a Summer suit ynu should have two oqe for dress, one for business, what ever kind you want, you'll net It here. We have the very latest stylos and the best clothlnc made In the wbolo universe. It's the same class of good's we've been handling for ten years, and upon which we built up our enviable reputation as clothiers. CLOSING-OUT SALE Examine these quotations, then come here and Investigate. We know you win bo a pur chaser. Long and modest length CUT An A 10, In Imported diagonals, tblbets, and clays. Bold from S12 to $20, down to $6, 7.50. $3. and $10; SINGLE and DOUBLE-BREASTED SACK bUITd, In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 May 1894

TFp THE TVASHrtfCrTO TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 25. 1894. DON'T Think that because you have not been able to find elsewhere what you want in Boys' and Children's Cloth ing that you can't get them. See OUR assortment. It is different from all the others you'll see anywhere differ ent fabrics, different pat terns, different styles, and different qualities, for OURS are all good ones, the kind you can depend upon. No matter what price you pay, $4, $5, $6, or up to $18, we guarantee you perfect fit ting, well-made, thoroughly satisfactory garments bet ter ones than any one else will or can for the same money. Robinson, GhBry Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Shoes At Your Own Prices At Moore's Shoe Palace. - To-day wo will closo out all the Iota of Shoes remaining from our various spe- - cial sales' held ihis bpnng at any price Those aro mostly "odd sizes," but yours may bo among them, and If It Is you savo - half your money, for wo will sell them - for what they will bring, somo Half Price & Les...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 May 1894

J--?- ?ir -f -A '- ''"- - vf,C- V ' fWPVTj-iji, IHUBI -- JC1-EJ, L U!"liri, -B1MKTL .-i BF--. '.'It a r THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 2TO. 70. WASHINGTON, B. 0., SATURDAY MORNING, MATT 26, 1894. ONE CENT MINERS MEET AWFUL DEATH Eleven Killed and the Fighting Not 4 let Really Begun. DAY OP RIOT AND BLOODSHED Strikers Blow Up Mines with Giant Powder with Terriblo Ecsnlts Armed Guards Being Massed at Victoria and a Battle Seems Inevitable A Cannon to Be Used. Cnrr-nx CnEEE, Colo , Slay 25. Eleven nen tilled, with h strong probability 'hat tn0 ikuuuuur in ut'au win uo uiivuscia nuw i Known, is the record of tho llrst aay 01 trouble hero, although real fighting has not yet begun, as tho deputies are awaiting rein forcements before beginning active opera tions. At 10 o'cloct this morning cloven started to Work In tho Strong mine on Battle mountain. Shortly afterward a large party of strikers blow up tho shafthouso with powder, causing a loss of 523,000, and then dropped 100 pounds of giant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 May 1894

-- ' "TTtjfjK T-rT' ."-JjO-vaj? 2 THE WASHnfqOy TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 26, ;894. The Washington Times (EVEBTDATtHTHlTllB) OWKED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BBILWKO, Corner Bhi.mu ahd E Bnanfl Hdatmrest Bcsrassa Orncs, 4S1 Elxtzxis Stbxh K. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Office, 837-1 Trice, Dally Edition .. One Cent Sunday Edition .......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-Ore Cants, WASHIXGTON, D. C, MAT 20. 1894. Tho Weather To-day. District of Columbia, fair, preceded by light showors In the oarly morning; west winds. Virginia, generally fair; west winds. AN TOCAHHY MOTUBE. In the ooal-mlnlng districts we hare tho spectacle of thousands of miners on a strike, bent on destroying property and preventing, by violence and terrorism, the filling of their plaoee from the ranks of the hangry unem ployed. We see deputies, maintained at the expense of the taxpayers, armed with Win chesters, killing these strikers without dis crimination or mercy, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 May 1894

Wm sjp"rrt.r- -wfji ?y; s THE WASHINGTOir TIMES. SATURDAY, MAT 26, 1894. Have You Accepted This Chance? A. GARNER, l02S?thStK.W. Clothing AT HALF PRICE. Ton will not hay another opportunity like thU niIn "mnt bar vhlla the BUn BhmeS. I Ho re's an opening for tn be3t kind of an InTest- mont an investmeni wnere you u s yt. "-"; bouble the rains of your money. Even If you bate already bought a Summer suit you should havo two one for dress, one for business bat pter kind you want, you'll get It here. Ve hare no Tery latest styles ana mo ucbi uumiut. " r. , ..hnl. nnWann Tt thft CADIB ClftSS OX Roods we're been handUng for ten years, and Upon wnicn WO DUlil up cur cmmuiw " - i ciotniers. ILGSING-OUT SAL Eramlne these quotations, thou como hero and investigate. Wo know you 111 ben pur chaser. Long and modest longthLinAWAls, la Importod diagonals, tblbots, and clays, sold from S12 to S. down to 16, S..50.J3, and 10; SINGLE and DOUBLE-BREASTED SACK bUITS, In cashmeres, serges, tweeds, plain...

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