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

THE MORN TOG- TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1897. 4. I CELL NUM3ER 18 Chapman Begins the Service of His Sentence. SURROUNDED BY LUXURY tt.'TUicalcltrnnt Sugar "Witness 11 e lilnd the Bars nt Xjist All the Comforts of Home, anil the l'rls oner Is Contented and Cheerful. Last Day o Liberty.., It was just 4:30 o'clock yesterday after noon when a tall, dignified, and well dressed man drove up in front of the District Jail and was immediately ushered into Warden Leonard's private office. The few who had gathered at the prison recognized the prisoner as Elveiton It. Chapman, the well-known New York stock broker, who must spend thirty days behind the bars for leiusing to answer certain qilpstidus'proiioiiudcdto him by the Senate investigating committee, pertaining to the speculations of certain United States Senators in sugar stocks. Mr. Chapman's demeanor was calm and collected, notwlthhtanding the fact that he is the most talked of prisoner who has bee$ a gue&L of the jail fclnce Charles J...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 May 1897

THE MORNESTG TIMJES, TOES DAY,- MAY 18, .1897. QSmetf (MORMHG, EViKlHG AHD SUIfDAY.) BY THE WASHffl&TON TIMES COMPANY, S.TILSOH HUTCHIH5. President. HOTGHINS BUILDING. rew York Offlcs: 2000 Tract Building subscription hates. MONTIIX.Y. 1SY Cakiiikk: Morning, livening and Sunday. .Fifty Cents Morning nnd Sunday 1 hirty-fivo Cents i. oclng and Sunday.. ....Thirty-Are Cents BYAIAIL. One Year, Aforning.Evcning and Sunday, 16.00 1 tirco Months " " " " J .60 One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 3hrccAIontus ' " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday....; 4.U0 Thiee Mouths " L25 Sunday only, 0110 yoar 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Tklepuoxks: Editorial Rooms, JS3; Busi ness Oltice. lCJi). Circulation, Statement. The circulation of Tin: Timks for the Keck ended Saturday, May 15, 1897, zcas as follows: Sunday, May 9 23.75G Monday. May 10 37,243 Tuesday, May 11 37,241 1 'cdncsday. May 12 33,201 Thursday, May 13 30,974 Friday, May 14 33.974 Saturday, Maylo 33,842 ...

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

-v THE MOKJSrtfGr TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 58S7. "N of LANSBURGH & BRO. 25c and 35c BELTS, 15c. It's what is called a Job. The last of a lot of dif ferent kinds of Belts all this season's produc tions. These are IK inches wide, In Red, Green, Brown and Tan, with Harness Buckles, Shepherd's Plaid, Patent Leather trimmed, with pock ets attached. If you come today- you get your pick. JB&-X special demonstration of Taylor's It oval Skirt ami Waist Sup porter In center alslo today. Tlio II oval holds both shirt wnlst down and skirt up firm. 1'rlce 25c I $K(fl& I t I 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. STERN'S RETIRING SALE. c Fancy CliUlios 27'c 5cyaid-wld3 Unbleached Cotton. 37c fie yard-wide lllcached Cotton 4-ViC 6ciC-:nch widcIndiiLluci) 5o C Stripod and Piaid Wltito Gooa3-5c CJj'c Figured Lawn ,..4-fc 904-906 Seventh St. N. W. ssssassa sstssssss oass&'sst&s I Every Bicycle So!d by Us is For One Year I 8 Not only against any possible Im pel rcction iu the material hut agnm...

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

-" if- -T THE MOKNTSTG TIMES, .TUESDAY, MAT 18, 1S9T You wheelmen never had an opportunity offered you to buy a Bicycle Suit an odd pair of Pants a Sweater or Stockings at such little prices. To affect a quick clearance we've sacrificed profits com pletely. 31 Men's Fine Cheviot Bicycle Suits, in "goir ' and "bloomer' styles. Were 50, Jro. nnil $10. Toclosetliemout $5.00 20 Mcii'g Fine Twccl and Scotcli Mixed Bicycle Suits, in "golf" and "bloomer' rtyles. "Were $10, 12, and $15. To close tliem out ;S8.25 Men's Scotch Wool Bicvcle Hose, in a gi eat variety ot pattern. Were $1.25. To close tliein oat 75c Men s legular 50c. Bicycle Hose, reduced to SOC Men's tegular $1 Bicycle Hose, reduced to. 500 Also 0 La-lies'$5 and 80 Fancy Sweaters. ToclohCtlietnout, reduced to $1,50 38 pairs of Men's "odd" Bicycle rants, tliat "ivcrcSl.20 and $1.50. To close tiiem out, reJuced to $1,00 Parker, Bridget & Co. CLOTIIIUIt', 315 Seventh Street. I HteMraite '91 Bicycles. $39 B Why huy a worthless,...

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

THE MOUSING TIMES, -TIXESDAY, MAX 18, 1897. MOXKY WANTED ANT) lO LOAN. WANTED A loau of $20: Rive life In surance, 100. Address INSURANOE, this orrice. 1 MONEY 10 LOAN-Troin $5 to $50, Ui reliable parlies J. II, BURNS, Room 8, Central bldg , Oth and Pa. nv c. my 1 - tern H. K. FULTON'S loan office. 1218 l'a ave. nw.. m jney loanudou watches., diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. apl6-6m LOANS MADEON APPROVED COLLAT er.il, such as life policies, storKs, bonds, buildlug association shares-, Byndlrate cer tificates, etc. No delay. YERKES & BARER, 1110 X' st. Take elevator. tf MONEY TO LOAN From 55 to $50, to reliable parlies: no collateial required Boom rf. Central JJldg, 9th and l'a avo mvl0-7t,cm LOANS 1IADK ON FUKNTrUIU'. nousivs. inc. Loans rnaao on Furniture, IManos, Horses. Wagons, eta. at lowest rates and quickest possible time. blrictly oonlldcnti.il Please call berore securing loans eloewnero. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO . 010 F street northwest. MONEY; TO LOAN-S1.000 upwa...

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

V j- .. j5;2 THE 3IORKING Tlliirsi TUJESBAT, MAI? 18, lfoi. y.&j? jj - " 7S. EVERYBODY AGREES That the greatest clothing values ever offered in Washing-ton is this stock of Messrs. Rogers & Co., of New York (producers of the celebrated Rogers make of clothing), consisting of the newest styles, patterns and colors of the most reliable fabrics, which we are selling at SIXTY CENTS OH THE DOLLAR of actual worth. There are all sizes, in checks, plaids, Scotch mixtures and plain blue and black cheviots and serges. It's the opportunity of a lifetime. Suits made to sell for $7.50 to $20 be ing sold for $4.50 t0 $1 2, a clear saving of from $3 to $8 on each suit Come in today for yours. Robinson & Chery Co., 1200 to 1204 F STREET N. W. CimcU City Brevities. A tct of street cleaning machines will be made at the comer or Twelfth street and Virginia avenue southwest at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The will or the late Jo hn Kaiser was riled for probate yesterday. The instrument is date...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

"V wvr s V The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ttti For the District or Columbia and Mary land, Talr; slightly w nrmer; variable winds. "' becoming southeily. r AYASniGTOlSr, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, MAY 19, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. JtfO. 1,156. OISTE CEJNT, Z mt COPIES. MOMOTSil The Disgrace of Christian Europe Made Complete at Domokos. SULTAN'S SUPERB INSOLENCE Iluvintr Crowned His Purpose by i 3Iariicru of Helpless Greeks, Ho Aurees to Suspend Hostilities. Revolution Expected in Athens. ' . A .General War !Muy Coine. London, May IS. The war is at an end and tlieliame, not or Greece, butor Clinsfc lau Emopo is complete. The. filial actor the Moslem army was not a battle, but a maesacie. Two thousand Greeks at Domokos, according to the meager accounts received here, were slaughtered by Ed hem Pasha' & troops nfter the powers had forbidden their op ponents to engage In further hostilities, nndcr a pledge that they would restrain th-i Tuikiah forces. Even the blo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

THE MOKJNUNGr TIMES,- WJSnSri?S"DAr, MAtf" VJ, 1897. THEY ARE E1I5 And Going Fast Those Interested Sliould In vestigate the Sale Of Pianos at Metz-erott's Before it Is Too Late. To those iv ho may be coiilemplattug t!ic purchase or n plain, or will have to buy a plnno within thcncxi two years, we assure you that it will pay you to investigate tills tale of hish-siade pianos that are being closed onton easy payments for less money, la many caws, titan dealers can !uy tlicni for cash; and this means a saving of any there from $125 lo $200 ou it piano to the purchasers. Our sole desire is to ctos,e out this sUek quickly w they can Legm remodeling tills building. There is nofiner piano in America, today than the "New Scale Kimball.' It is btrictly high-grade, and the Harduian,'' "Blaslus" and ""Whitney'' are the Lest pianos that money can produce. We arc offering high-grade Cabinet Grand pianos for $197, $207. $223, $23G to $283. $25 cash: $10 per month, buys them. Beautiful brand new p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

THE MORNING TI3LEP, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1897. EARS THAT WERE DEAD Are Made Alive to Sound V. Again By the Marvelous Treatment of Do;tor McCoy. Mr. Knott "Was Stone Denf in One JEar Mrs. Groff- Couldn't Hear Without an JJnr Trumpet Mr. Sherwood Had Keen Deaf for Twenty Year All Hear Again. John I). Knott, 1232 I ,t. so., Wn-1 -lngton, I). C, Ordnance Division, Navy Yard "1 was so deaf actinic tunc! would have to ask people to write down what they wished to say to me In order to he certain that 1 understood, for I could not depend upon my hearing. Now I can hear een a whisper. "My riKht ear was very deaf. I could not hear anything- with it. My left ear was not quite o bad, but there were times when it would bee.n to stop up and "I Would He Totally Deaf. "I was coiibtantly troubled with the greatest noises in my head, in cue ear it v.ab like escaping steam, in the other like the roar of a -nateifull. These noises dis turbed my sleep. "1 had been to three phjsicians, but neer leccjveu an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

THE MORNrfffr TIMES? jWEDJSTESDAY, MAY 19, .1897. JEhnejS (MOSKIHG, EV2MIf& AUD SUHDAT.) nv THE WASHIMTON TIMES COMPMY, CTILSOIT EUXCHIHS, President. I1TJTCHINS BUILDING. ITew York Offici: 2000 Tract BnlWlnr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Monthia'. by CAnitim: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Moruingond Sunday Thirtj-fivo Cants i.eciugaud Sunday .Thirty-five fonts BY MAIL. One Year, Moriilng.Evcnlng and Sunday, JO.OO Threo Months " " " " J .60 One Year. Mornlug and Sunday 4.00 3 hree Months ' " 1.25 OncYear. Evening and Sunday .00 Three Month " .-. 1.25 Sunday only, onoyoar 1.00 Orders by mail must ho accompanied by sub scription price TKLnr-HOXES: Editorial Itooms, 460; Bui ne?s Onlcc. I0l!, Circulation Statement. The circulation of Tins Times for the Keck aided Saturday, May 15, 1897, was as follows: Sunday, J fay 9 23,755 Monday. May 10 37,243 Tuesday, May II 37,241 Wednesday, May 12 38,201 Thursday, May 13 30,074 Friday, May 14 38.974 Saturday,' May 15 38,842 Total 251.231 Da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

THE MOEmG TIMES, ? WEDNESDAY, MAX 19, 1897. A Lansburgh & Bro. P Wonderful Values. J India Dimities, 12i4c. Hair line and cluster stripes, ? 9 also small checks and plaids, $ 9 sheer quality a beautiful t ' material 33 inches wide and only 12Kc per yard. J 4 India Linen, 5c. 4 A splendid quality to use d for Linings. t "We tire selling- a 15c qual- ? ity India Liuen for 12 c yard, aad a 25c quality for i 18c yard. 18c quality Satine, WA c yd. "We are offering- a beauti ful range of patterns in Satines. The 18c quality for 12j4c 3'ard. You might as well save the difference on the yard. Do you know what Danish Cloth is? For a cheap cloth it is the most meritorious. It washes well, is half wool, wears satis factorily, and makes an ideal jaunting costume. It ought to retail for 20c yard, but our price for the next week shall be I2rcper yard. J 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. J S-SQSSSS-STSQ 1 S? Vi Every Bicycle Sold by Us is Guaranteed For One Year ! Not only against any possible im per...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

THE MOKNISTG TIMES, -.-"WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1S9T 6 Bicyclists ought to visit our Third Floor and take advantage of the prices we've put on "wheel tog gery." Big savings in store for the prompt ones. 31 Men's Fine Cheviot Bicycle Suits, in "iroir"'Ml "Mio""r' (-tvies. Were ?C, ?. and $10. To close, S5. .... s i . ...v uid Scotch Mixed Pi'-vrie ",. ! '-'if 'flii'l liKjiuer' styles. Were $10, $12, and $15. To close, $8.25. M i n Sciitcli ,r,ool Ricv-le Hov.in a gi eat variety of patterns. "Were $1 25. To close, 75o Me rii regular 50c. Bicycle nose, reduced to 30c. Men h regular $1 Bicycle Hose, reduced to 50 c. M i ii f Mo-'5 and 5G Fancy Sweaters. To close, $1.50. 3 inns H Men's "odd" Biovcie rants, that were $1.25, and $1.50. To close, $1. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTIIIliK, 315 Seventh Street. 1 Two Saddles 1 The Old Style. Tlio New Stj-le. The old Myleleathersaddlcpresses the sensitive parts, causing stiff ness, soreness and chafing, and has made cycling injurious. The CHRISTY AN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

T"-" ".' Vr TV TH1! MOftKINQ 3331338, TffiDfESDAT, 3TAY 19, 1897, money -wanted Ayr? to loax II. jC. PULTON'S loan office. 121Ta. ave. ur., m jnuy loaned on watcncs. diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, eta nplO-Gm MONEYT0 LOAN -From S5 to $50, to reliable parties. J. II. BURNS, Room b. Central bldg., 9th andPn. avo. my I - tern LOANS MADE ONAPPBOVED COLLAT erul, 'such as life policies, -ttocks. bonds, building association Minics, syndiiate cer tificates, eta No delay. YERKEo & HAKKK, 1110 F st. Tal:c elevator. tf LOANS MAllli ON VUlCslTUHV.. houses. etc. Loans made on ir urnlture. Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc. at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly eoiifltleiitlal. Plenee call beiore securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 610 if street northwest. HONEY TO LOAN SI .000 upward, at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent, on D. O. rent ctate; 5250, 30v. etc, at G per cent: all transaction conducted with economical coaslderatltn Tor bonowcrs. V.1L1.UU 11. SAUND;."S & CO.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 May 1897

raps HoomEsEgsAy ffiAff, li ; tagiw wimmammim0ijUiiiimiikiltAimitlUSam MAYER PETTIT, LEADERS IN EOW PRICES IN Furniture, Housefurnishings, Clothing. Ladies' Cloth Coat Suits, $4.98 Ladles Si lit "Wa!st. S2.25 (WMMBBMIIMBMMW""M"M"W"M"""" & ffl Mcn'H Myllsh all TV 00 1 Dri'fH bultn, S7.50 Children's Suits 98c g4 7 Largest n n 1 cheapest lino of Mattings In City. Good fancy Mat ting, 8c Heavy jolntless - Matting, 12J2C Juxtra flue Jap Matting, 1 8c MATTINGS AND CAltPCTS X.A11) FIlCi:. Best Xlefriuera tors made. Hard wood Hf tout tray. Prices from S6.98 NOW m TIME TO SECTJRB T S u EVER OFFERED. n We have made several very large purchases from some of the leading manufacturers, but have insufficient space to store the goods on their arrival, owing to the immense stock we already have on hand. f f f I and are so compelled to make a partial li a X E V I clearance of furniture in stock. It will be a sacrifice, but we can't help ourselves. Our necessity is your opportunity. Seize the cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

ft . , The Circulation of THE TIMES Icsterday "WAS COPIES. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tint. Tor the District of Columbia, Delaware, and Maryland, generally fair; slightly "warmer; southerly -winds. iNTO. 1,157. WAsnisreToisr, Thursday morotngt, may 20, 1897 eight pages. OjNE CENT. lie THE fillSTIGE SIGHED Greek and Turkish Commanders Agree Upon the Details. THE AFFECTIONATE CZAR ille Writes a Letter Full of Sympathy "aud Tenderness to Ills Friend, .'the Sultan, and Keceives ail Ap 4 propriate Reply Greece Cannot s. Pay Iudenmlty. , A'thcns, May 19. An agreement, con cluding an armistice, was signed at Arta at noon today liy the commanders of tlio Greek and Turkish forces. It wasarranged that thu Tuiks should reoccupy their po rtion on the right bank of the Arachthos .(Arta) River, and that the Greeks should retire to the left bank. The government telegraphed the text of the agreement to the crown prince at Lamia and instructed him to send officers to Edhem Pasha, the Turkish commander-i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

5sJPSs," A 2 THE MOBKIKB TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1897. Remarkable Sale OF THE- Magnificent Metzerott Stock of Unusual Interest Unabated. Numerous Buyers From Abroad Taking Advantage of the Unheard-of Prices and Terms. Tills sale of ours to close out onr piano nndorgar. stock is remarkable in more ways than one To wind up matters quickly so that the necessary alterations can be made In our wnrerooms, we marked every planonnd organ in thchoiiseatactunlfactory cost, and many much less than the cost to produce thorn at the factor; in act, no cost, no profit was considered iu numerous rases.our object bcingrather to mark them at prices which would insure their sale quickly. Therefore, wo are offering brand new pianos in all the finishes that s re low in a retail way at $300 to $100 Tor $137, $142, $152, $168, to $197. $15to$25ca?h;$7 toSlOpcrmonthbuys them. A few used upright pianos left for $60, $70 to $00. SQnare pianos at your own price and terras. We have a number of the highest gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

THE MOKNliETG- TIDIES, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1897. OUR CONSULS IH DANGER Continued from First rage. of whom aie Jn mercantile business, a few iu the ncwbpaperbuhlnefcS, and feUll fewer In tlie United States Senate (Laughter.) Tl:e people, at least, were iu favor of taking action against tlie mad dog, "Wey ler, tbe rnvisher of women, the asa&sin of men, tbe cruclfier of children, Mr. Can non scored the influence of the money changers for the delay, and, quoting from a, Senator's inhcripdon on a pamting of Christ in New York, cried out: "O Chribt, come back' the money changers are in the temple." If all these things were to go on, why not plucu'Uie yellow of Spain on the United States flag? It ill-became so strong a republic as ours to act in a senile, doddering way in this matter. It is true that laiiif and currency reform was needed, but more than all was there wanted a declaration of national unity on the question of protection to all republics on this con tinent. The present resol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

S &f&v ji-- TILE MORSOTG TIKES, THURSDAY, HAY SO, 189T. ttbe mca (MOSKIBG, EVESrHG ATTD SUKDAY.) BV m WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, S.TILSOH HTJTCHIHS, President. IIOTCUINS BUILDING. ttvr York Office: 2000 Tract Building:. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. MONTHLY. JIY CARItIEK: Morning. Evening aud Sunday. .Fifty Cents Mornlngsud Sunday Thirty-fivo Couts tvoongaud Sunday Thirty-live Couts BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng.Evcniug and Sunday, J6.00 Three Months " J.00 Ouo Year. .Morning and Sunday 4.00 Throe Months ' " " 1.2 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Months 1-25 Sunday only, one year LOO Orders by mall must be accompanied by sub scription price. TELEi'iioxns: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Busi ness Oilice. 1C4 . Circulation Statement. The circulation of Tux: Times- for Uic Kcci ended Saturday, May 15, 1897, vias as follows: Sunday, May 9 23,756 Monday. May 10 37,243 Tuesday, May 11 37,241 Wednesday, May 12 t ....38,201 Tlii-rsday. May 13 3C,074 Friday, May U 38,974 Saturday, May 15 ,. 38,842 T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

THE MORNXNG TJlSrES, TJTUTJSD.AY, MAY 20, 3897. L-ansbuugh & Beo. I $ . ' 0 x Embroideries At Almost Half Price. Thousands of 3'ards of Beautiful. Embroideries in patterns most select. Some neat, some showy, some narrow.some wide a splen did selection. ioc quality for 5c. 15c quality for 8c 20c quality for 10c. 3oc quality for 15c. and so on. You are needing: Embroideries now, and a saving of almost lialf is worth considering1. I $owW(x' I 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. f X '&''& i&- 'X Get Bicycle Today! Get it at the one place, in all Washington where every wheel is guaranteed for TWELVE STRAIGHT MONTHS! "Where saddles, tires and Bicycles are kept in repair a whole -year FREE no matter whether tlie break is caused by an accident or NOT. Easiest Terms Ever Known. Makes no difference whether you buy a Bicycle or Turnlturo and Matting you can pay the hill a little at a time weekly or monthly. No notes or interest. We tack Matting down free. Carpets made, laid and lined fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

- irtpJ$"'s3Sj5ge THE HOBNIG TIMES,. THURSDAY, MAT 20, 3 897. Here are some exception ally good values for you cyclists. You can easily see the price-savings sticking out. No time to lose, though. Better come in today. Men's Fine Cheviot Bicycle Suits, in "golf" and 'bloomer" styles. Were 6, $8 and ?10. To close $5.00. Men's Flue Tweed and Scotch Mixed Bicycle Suits, In golf" and "bloomer" st vies. Were 510, $12 and 15. .To closo $8.25. Men's Scotch Wool Bicycle Hose, in a great) varfptj of patterns. Were $1.25. To closo 75c. Men's regular 50o Bicycle Hose re duced to SOc. Men's regular $1 Bicycle Hose reduced to 50c. Also 6 Ladies' 5 and 6 Fancy Sweat ers. To close $1.50. Men's "odd" Bicycle Pants, that were $1.20 anu i.ou. io ciose ?i.uu. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTI1IEUS, 315 Seventh Street. t The Out-of-Date Lea.her $ J Saddle Must Go. 0 THE t CHRISTY Anatomical Saddle has caused ic Sorry for other man ufacturers that, like ourhelves, are overstocked on leather Middles, but ...

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