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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 August 1895

TTTTg MORNING TIMES, 'SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895. 5 i I Lansbaigh These Are Entirely New. Giving you advance ideas. Glad to have you see them. Each piece is guaranteed by us, just the same as if you paid more money for them. Beautifully Designed Stick Pins... 1 UC Solid fcilvor Thlmblos, all sizes. I DC Whito Metal Hat Pins. i UC Chllurou's Solid Gold Ringa 46G 61.93 Starting Silver Bracolots. .... J 0 G (Sbsos 18, 19,'SJ, 21, 22, 23, 21 and 25 ) NO LARGER Onr 51.80 AnnUo Corsot. made of atrou? Aloxantier ciotn, - siuo bteels extra, long waist, hicb. 7r 7bB corded bu&t f 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St o- -&o This srIo roeltlvt4y Knits to-nicht At 8 edo"-k. TSte Ifl yout last chanco to buy any pattern or $tttty iu our immense stock of MATTINGS, CARPETS. RUGS, BELOW COST AND ON CREDIT! JVH Carpet made and laid absolutely free of cost. charge for waste in matching flgurew. AU HisUiiip cut aud tacked down for a plain tbmik yon " Arrtmse the payments to suit yor own con TenleAce tteeki...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 August 1895

6 THE MOKSTESTGr TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1S95. PROSPECTIVE RHEUMATISM ompany, SiSsby SOMETHING 1NEW HEREK That's not extraordinary at all. It's an every day occurrence for us to have something- new and something- different to what airy other house has. It's JA BEAUTIFUL ROOM on the ground floor of our store just opened full of beautiful things full of light and brightness the most tastefulty-fitled room of its kind in Washington. Ifs devoted to CURTAINS, DRAPERIES, Bedding and Portieres, Tapes tries, Covers, Lace Cur tains, Window Shades, Tattle Covers, etc., etc We extend a personal in vitation to you to inspect it. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Streets. Anxiety Felt in Canada in Regard to Half Breed Discontent. EIEL EEBELLION EEOALLED The fjgfiifffd'fofi Jl JLiLO JL&i 8 JUL No.6 Many Notable' Improvements Sent on trial. Ask for Catalogue. Wyekof f, Soamans,& Benedict COR. STH & F. STS. jgsgsgagasreagsgggEsggrejgsSB I BE SURE YOO GET KEIHEBEC ICE ! It'a the purest, h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 August 1895

TBLE MORNING TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895. One Pant .E flna Pant Per I flna Ponf PER Am Hunt PE& t!d uctil word IJilU belli word U00 mm word UHd hmll word lNodcrtisetr.ca: less Shan 10. f No advertisement lesa than 10s. I No advertisement less than lOo- No ndvertlsetnciit loss than 10a. , g... ,, , ' t 8 t . Om Pmi Per IlO IjoIII W03D B No edvertlsoment less than 10. Ons Conf woIj N'oadvrt!jenj3at!o33 than 10a iiS'UOOl WODD No advertisement I033 than 1O3 SCAUlIl 1U"S01.TS. whitk sri.rnni mm-ino". CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD. NE'.VVILLE, PA. Oivo of the most delightful pleasure and 1 fault resorts Amc-ica. JSneiuflcent MOFN 1A1N SI KIKH NtINS -.'.OX 1EET ELHVA UIOX DRY AT.M06F' SUE. TINE GROVEs, EOT SCLlTirR BATiiS, EXCELLENT CL1 MNU, ILsHIXa. BOATING. DRIVING, MIOOTINt!. BILLIARDS, TENNIS. GOLF, 111 tele, etc 1 or Illustrated Pamphlet address GEORGE A. FREYER.O wner. JOHiNSON HOUSE- Colonial Bach, on wair Iront; terms reat-ouable, spe clal r.its to parueb. Address Mrs. G. E. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 August 1895

vS THE lVrOBNI3Sr& TIMES, Si.TURDAT, AUGUST 24, 1895. Good Picking yet for big- men (40, 42, and 44 chest measure) in that lot of $10, $12j and $15 suits we are sellni"' at and the men who can be suited and fitted in the lot of odd-suit Trousers at $2.25perpasr and the Negligee Shirts at $1.501 75c. each will get from $2 to $3 in val ue for every dollar of the cost. Fall Derbys are read', all the newest blocks and best grades at a dollar or less than hat store prices. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO., 12th and F Sis. gggfcsa 514 Ninth St. N. W. Saturday Shopping and Money Saving With Us. Last call on our S3. 00 La dies' Duck Suits. Only a few left, and those to be sold at 9Sc. Cool morning-. Our ele gant tailor-made Cape in all colors, worth $3.0). Saturda-, 9Sc Ladies' black LisleThread Gloves, worth 25c, onty 9c. Ladies1 Stainless Black Hose, worth J5c, only 9c Pair, closing- out our Men's Jean Drawers. Worth 35c. Box, 12 of our Washing ton Belle Cigars, worth 60c. A pair. Men's Seam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, elves fuller accounts, has more local news, Is. more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper, published In Washington. iraes SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news or the world and all Washington happenings for fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing. Evening, and the Sunday Edition. VOL. 2. 2STO. 526. WASHES GTOIST, B. C, SUNDAY MORNESTGr, AUGUST 25, 1895. TWENTY PAGES. THEEE CE"TS. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. 10 SILVER NRO'FEBUU SWEPT BY FIRE. . SPOFFORD DPIJINS QPI1C Brewed from the finest Malt a.nd Hops, and fironounccd? to be j)ur e in every fiartiGU lar. COMPANY, Fourth and E Sts. N. E, Tel. 1293. SONS BEAT THEIR MOTHER Mrs. McDonald May Die From the Injuries Received. rnniou and Michael McDonald, "Who A reTlnisKiwid Drunkards, Cruelly Hit and Kicked Her. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE MOKSTNG TIMES, SIHSTDAX, AUGUST 25, 1895. wWit&mte?; jmmsewsYmmrn 3 2 "The Livest Store in Washington!? They Are All Running H;fe& He Takes Easily the Stakes Iii the Great Futurity Race. Baltimore Won Four Out of the Six Events. Him eh iew Id&IHSES JBul You Tand ElcvtutJ btrosts Storage orohouBos J tL, uoar 1L These prices are fill ing the big Malting Rooms daily with crowds of buyers. They're remarkably low much lower than usual made so by the pressing de mand for more room by Sep tember 1. 1,009 yard White Clilna .Malting - r -regular 10c quality Itodueodto Ob 8,500 jards Plaid and Chock China llntting, 30 ptteniB regular Q l&cqunlity Reduced to OU 8,b00 yards Fancy Joiutless China Alanine, fancy chocks nnd plaids, 40 pittoniB-regular 20c tn qualil Reduced to . I Uu 4 000 yards Txtra tfunlity Fancy JoiutlosS China Alanine, checks nnd plaids, 40 pattorns regular I O ' n Socquality Roducod to. I 2U 6,000 yards Extrn. Fine Quality FnucyJoiutloss China Matting, 60 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

TIIE EOKNESTG- TIMES, SXHSTDAT, ATJGrTJST 25, 1895. 3 m to the fitoebu Programme of the Visit of German-American Veterans. Are THEY WILL GET MEDALS wo -! " Why the Public Was Excluded From the Recent Cornor-Stone Liiying;. Stern, the Hunker, Pays but Half Steamer Fare Tor That Hoy Mrs. Maekay's Dinner :ains m m &. Wmmm L1"1 jSQk. Aa&Lt I iJPMiWg'P H j ( 1$ j5 1 1 Lao ?2 Ea On Thursday last we purchased for $5,050 Spot Cash, the entire stock of the Warren Shoe House (G. W. Rich), from the Assignees. The retail value of this stock invoiced close on Twenty Thousand dollars. same night we moved the goods to Stoirs"810" g Seventh Street, and prepared for an Enormous Sacrifice Sale at 50 CENTS ON THE DOL LAR. At the price we paid we could do this and still make a fair profit. The sale is now in full swing, and the large stock of the finest grades of shoes is rapidly changing hands. Here is the arrangement of the stock . les Table I. - 25c An assortment of Ladies' Tan Oxfords and S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE MPRJSTDSTGK TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1895. TliBWashitiflton Times (Mokkixq, Evening, and Scn-dat.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company. TTMES BCILDING, EODTHWEST COKNEK PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND Tentu SranBT. Telephone Editorial Iloonis, 131 Business Office, S37. Trice Morning or Evening EUUIon...Ono Cent Sunday Edition TUroe Cents. Jlontlily by Carrier JJoruins and Suudny Thlrty-flvo Cents. Evening Tlilrtr Cents Horning, ) EvouiugandS- Firrv Cents. fc'nnduy, J WASHINGTON, D. C. AUGUST 25. 1893. Subscriber to "Tlio Times" will confer ii fuvor by promptly reporting any discourtesy of collectors, or iieg-l-ct of duty on tlio part of carrier. Complaints citlier liy mall or In per son will receive prompt attention. The Morning Edition should ho de livered to till parts of t lie city ly 0:30 o'clock a. in.. Including Sunday. The Evening Edition should be In the liands of subscribers not later tlmn 5:30 p. in. "The Washington Times" is u mem ber of the Itocbdale Co-operati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE MOKNISTGr TIMES,, SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1895. Lansburgli&Bra. 9 II Wise People jro "nosing; n-rmiiirl iivy "" -"-. ... now, for bargains are prevalent everywhere Each of our 46 de partments are just "itching" for pur chasers, for there is something in each de partment willing to be left out now. For all stocks are now be ginning to get in their advance Fall Stuffs. Men's SI and $1.25 Negligee Shirts, 79c All bJzos, with two collars and a jinlr of cuffs, guntcol jmlteruB, good fltthu; shirts. "atiO" or 1 United bosoms. WoOulmrfs Facial Soap 19c Others chargo yon 35c for it. It Is really oao of the best skin soaps wo know of, and is particularly good for the calp. S1.S0R.&G. Black Corsets--.59c Sizes in stock now 19, 21,e3and 23. l.aoU pair guaranteed. $LO0 Amdse Corset 75c This Corset is made for us. "We know wh at' s in it. "We feel so sure of it that we guarantee the fit and wear. Made of Alexander cloth, sat teen stripe, two side steels, extra long waist, liigh corded bus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE MOBNrSTG- TIMES, SUN DAT, AUGUST 25, 1895. .-VjC .,. y $& .;. Si 'K: Y nJ mH Kw MMlm HE HiiaH in wfl H m ) r(fr?7Ji?i?l:? fr ' '."'iW jv siE ill JP ll "flm 1 " rfiffc si1)!. pit . r. - r . ki r tV. OTihcj fc r wMm IIP lira &' 7 gggjp EzdWROleshi-E grocers. IFfilB gfcsuysiB KEK3JsasS SP'P . .Hat. J5' i"i1 iS, WJWU :fMVW .wi . rivr ; &rs. Bft pj?lr 5-- A-0-:o2x& ' v2e&(MX K7 5SZ8&rftWUSS2i ?ZS. 'sew? (ffi,n L -& ft 5ninlQTori onoSc & Mr. B. 33. Earnsliaw, speaking- of the merits of UP said: "It has been long- known as a fact that wheat grown on different soils, in different climates, under the natural influences which the soil and climate possess, brings forth products var)-ing- in niany of the required qualities necessary to make a perfect flour to make perfect bread. "Ye as the intro ducers of the Crkam Blexd Flour have at last solved the difficult problem; at great expense, study and consumption of time we have at last made a blend (or mixture) o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE UOBIJSa TITLES, SUNDAY, AI76MJST 25, 1895. W 0& m vjuiio M(sM You'll find airy one of these $S and $10 suits we are run ning at $5 heavy enough for all fall and winter. Judg ing from the demand the last three days the lot will not last the week out. Fine $S and $10 suits at Fire half price are not apt to go begging when we make the offering, for you can de pend upon them being $S and 10 suits. Furthermore, you can bring them back and get 3our money if you don't like them. Parker, Bridget & Co., 315 7th St. SEE THOSE WHEELS. They go so fast you can't see the spokes. Fast sel.ers, too, be cause tney are equal to the very best equally good, equally at tractive, equally durable at half the price you pay tor wheels with easy earned reputations. Bp-to-datc -Men's Wheels 550.00 Up-to-date l.die W heels (light weight) S50.00 Girls' Wheels, Boys' Wheels, Laups, Bells, Etc. 602 F Street N. W. TO R E M 0 V E D 728 9th N. W. DR. O. J. CARIXTON, BTDriALIST OK DISEASES OF ME nvr.ii T....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

8 THE MOKNINGr TIMES, SUNDAY, AT7G-TJST 25, 1895. ETflWE A clothes or furnishings need now in the" family it ought not to remain unfilled long. With prices as low as they are HEKB) for our strictly high grade reliable gar ments. Many people are taking advantage of the low prices to prepare for next summer's wear. You will be likely to do so, too, when you see what a saving can be made by buying now. New Fall OVERCOATS are read'. If you are leaving town for a few days better take one with you. Fall Derbys too. All the standard blocks and newest shades and colors. All fully guaranteed. Prices a dollar or two less than the exclusive hat stores. Robinson, Chery 8l Co. I2TH AND F STS. Clothes, Furnishing. Hats, Shoes, wonderful clothing Hornmu's. 3 WHmntmHfr l ICwo are the rule here at present Ave are clearing out our entire summer stock of suits-single and double breasted coats and vests pants. The knife of reduction has cut very, very deep into the prices and the advantage is 3'ours in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMESPases9to20 WAsnrsraTcxsr, d. c, sujstday moikntng-, august 25, isos. Our Last OF THIS SEASON. The balances of several lines of Summer Shoes will be found to-morrow in each of our stores on two separate tables. These shoes are this season's make, fresh and desirable in every way, each pair war ranted, and therefore much cheaper to you than any shelf-worn and perhaps dry-rotten Bankrupt Shoes. We have bulked them together at the fol lowing quick-moving prices : 95c Table Contains the Following $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 Shoes: Misses and Children's extra qualm Tan. Lace or Button Shoes.. Low Cut Black, lan and White Kid or I'atcnt Leather Sandals and Tics. Boys and louth'r Tan low or high shoes and I'atcnt Leather Tics- Ladles Black or Tan Oxfords and Juliots, White or Black Kid and I'atcnt Leather I one strap Sandals and hitc Canvas Tics. J SgFREE THIS WEEK 930 and 932 1914 and 1916 Fenna. Ave Ilotliing is clieap at this time of the year, when we are obliged to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

Y- THE MOTp-fENG- TIMES, StTyjDAY, AUGUST 25, 1S95. 10 TAPPING IHE 10HG LOCAL ATHLETE "Wfni& .r-. $ , &Mm ""v $iE '0N eartimS f 'rfS -f Thieves Who Steal Power and - Light From Electric Wires. - SOME OASES IN THIS CHY s in Amateur Circles on Land and Water. A imputable Merchant Who TTent Into Jin Holiliery of LMulitiilnj; on a Lnr:; Scale Quier" Wire Lenil liiir Into an F Street Store Stock. Quotation on the Sly. Stealing thunder i old a Shakespeare, bat stoaliiiK lightning is newer than the OUt-phonc. Jlisonly in the past toimr fifteen 3 ears that tneftte or tilt- electric curient have ckmuc to be ikhJcwI or guarded ngninbt Jit aH. Of ooutse ibwe have broil thorn of news and more iuu-orUiK tf stork quotations and trade rejort awl of racing returns, bit iBrcenj of tfk-crt.ric'lj iinc-lf Tor 0111. murcM iwrjKMW. U a lecont discovery. In larger clte, where Caere are a number of electric cowmw fnrnuhmg power IXir I maimer or machinery, as well a.s arc mud icaMleMttC lielMs, awl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

Ttf5 MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1895. n TT FAULTS OF HEW UK Mrs. John A. Logan On the Movement as It Is. SHE OBJECTS TO THE TERM imdtcal Departures From Old Ciik Ioiiik, Thrown Away Opportuni ties, So-Culled Stylish Continues nndlJuropean Born Hulilts Deplored. Somn Advice for Youns Girls. ""What do I think or tlie new woman?" Raid llrs. John A. Logan, as she sat In the cool library of her lovely home at Calumet Place, the heat and glare and turmoil of the outside -world as effectually bhut out as though the spacious room were almost in another sphere apart from the sun-baked streets of Washington. Through the hnlf-elosed blinds came the scent or flowers from the garden filled with blooms. There was a breeze wafting through the -wide hallway, a glimpse of that intermingling or many rich colors that tend to give the harmonious effect only to be attained by the exercise of a cultivated taste, perfected through travel in many lands. Now and then upon the stillne.-s of the midsum...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

Tie Had Tliem. "Havo you the 'Belles of By-gone Days'?" asked the joung lady, entering a bookstore. "Yes," replied tbepohteclork, with a bow, "we have some of last year's calendars." Toakers Statesmau An A Montrdied Sluggard. "Why," a-ked ninunl Dawsou, leaning over the ience, "why do jou keep on diggin' when the boi-s ain't touiid?" "BeoauSe 1 really like the job," said the new farm h.iuu "Got a real likiu fer work?" "Sure "You'd orter take treatment." Indiana polls Journal An A mi que. An inquisitive geologist A rock -ilunaii broke. AikI there the protoplasm found Of the mother-inlaw joke. WHham Ann Where are jou going for the hot vveatlier? Iliram Upton Nowhere; I've taken a room oh the l.'oth floor of one of the new tietels New York World An Optimistic "View. ForuHmelj , the Boston baseball team has wot got a weHtdistuace funlier to tum ble. Boston Herald. Nowadays. wmj K & r It's a wise child that Itoom for IIIh Swell. Modesty is not the predominating trait in a well-know i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

13 &on- ROMANTIC EXPERIENCE EXCURSIONS. New THE MORNING TIMES, SDiNDAT, .ATJGTTST 25, 1895. Baum 8TH AND MARKET SPACE, THE MONRO! BOOTRIHE Is one of the most im portant ever formulated by an American Presi- dent it protects the in- terests of all the people in the western hemi- sphere and preserves their freedom inviolate we, too, Kave a doc- trine one which bears up our reputation for "new ness" the clean shelf doctrine. It will be put in operation to-morrow at our wash goods coun ter, and it will be adhered to until every bolt of these groods has vanished. We'd really give them away, but our customers would resent that. Our entire lot of Jaconets, by that we mean every piece in the store in quite an. assortment of st3'les and in only one quality, THE BEST, representing- pat terns exclusive with our house, and colorings most rare and beau tiful. Goods first marked 15c, then 12J4C., after that S'c. W Our entire line of Dimities, yards of that most beautiful ma terial, so crisp a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

14 THE MORNING, TIMES, , SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1895. THE T E A MONTH H fleOQ GQUgpiNlS FOR BO CEBITS FROCKS AND PHILOSOPHY As Summer Evening Gowns, and Bicycle Costumes Should Be. Predictions for tho Karly Autumn Firm Wotted Muslin to Velvet, Cloths and Fun. I like to listen when a man talks about lYoninn's fashions, because lie thinks lie knows. And sometimes lie does, of cour.se; but oftener its only that he li:is a theory. Jl man who was telling me about bicycle oosUinies yesierdny said that the prettiest Tho Extreme of the he had ever teen flashed upon his delighted eye.- in Central I'rk about ft o'clock in the morning. The girl w1k wore it had curly, brown hair, pink cheeks, anil a thin, yet rounded figure. The-e things nmkc a difference as regards any frock, though thih is a point that might not stick deeply Into any man. The diets he admired was of dark Wue alpaca, or the knickerbockers were .t that color, for it wasn't a dress at all. The knickers were quite scant, as the tende...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE MORINTISrG- TIMES, SJJ&DAY, AUGUST 25, 1895. 15 ELECTMCIUS 10 MEET fourth Convention of the Work ers Will Be Held Here. HUNDREDS ARE EXPECTED Famous Inventor Invited to liePres-t-iit Wuliorntol'ropiirutlons by the Local Brunch Important Topics to Bh DihCUNsed I'eutures of Social Uiitertniiiment Sketches. Wabhmgton -will Have llic pleasure of eniurtaining next November the National Brotherhood of Electrical "Workers of Amertcii, who will liold their fourth annual convention liere. As the brotherhood is of comparatively recent origin and this is its first meeting at the National Capital, more limn ordinary interest -will attach to the gathering. The local uni.m is mak ing extensive preparations to play -worthily the part of host aud.makeit both pleas anl and profitable for the brethren. Developments in the field or electricity are quite recent, as time is counted, espe cially in tlie application of the subtle sub biauce to the every day affairs or the busi ness aiMl home lire....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

16 THE MORNINGr TPLES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1895. hAfflti&M Continued from Last Sunday. CHAPTER III. Or the groat discovery in Sylvan Silver Hollow it would seem lliat Collinson as yet knew nothing. In spite of Key's fears tliat lie might stray there on his return from Bkiiinor's.he did not, nor did lie afterward, revisit Uie locality. Neither tlie news of tlie registry of the claim nor tlic arrival of Key's workmen ever readied him. The few travelers who passed his mill came from the valley to eross the Divide on their way to Skinner's.and returned by the longer but easier detour or the stage road over Galloper's Kidge. Ilehad no clianec to par licipateinlhepropperity that flo wed fromthe ojioningofthomine whiclipleiitifully bespriu kled Skinner's settlement; he was too far away to profit even by the eliancc custom orKey'sSabbath wandering workmen. His isolation from civilization for those who came to him from tlie valley were rude "Western emigrants like himself remained undistu...

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