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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

&3m THE MOKNINQ TIALE3, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1897. rV- MOXEr "tVAXTKD AT TO lOAK. H. K. FULTON'S loan office. 1218 Pa. avo. nw,, money loaned un watcnes, diamonds, levrclry, silver ware, eta 5.Pi?I?5 MOKEYTO La AN From 50 to SpO, to reliable pait.es. J. II. BURNS.l-ooin S, Central blag., nth ana lanevjnyi7-7tem LOANS MADE ON APPRO VED COLLAT erat, such as lire policies, stocks, bonds, building association shores, Rviidn at cer tificates, etc No delay. ..ERKES & B..K.1.R, 1U0 b' st Ta be elevator. tf LUA.SS MADE ON FCli-MTtlW', HOUSES. 13TC Losns made on Furniture, I lanoa, Horaos. Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential, Plenss call before securing loans elEewhera. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 010 if Ti-n northwest. MONEY TO LOAN $1,01)0 upward, at 5 and 5 I- per cent, on l. C" rea' .'btutc; 52r.u,- 30.i. etc., at 0 per cent; all iiansuctioas conducted wi.h economical couhldelntlun Tor boiiowei-9. VIL1.-M 11. BAUM), -. . fO.. nplu-tr 1-1...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 May 1897

"WssSRiaKvE THE MOBHISTG TIMES; THURSDAY, MAT 20, 1897 8 SHOES AT A SACRIFICE. "We have culled from our shoe stockall small lots of men's shoes in which the sizes have become broken, about live hundred pairs, styles and shapes which have been our best sellers at $6.50, 56.00, 85.00, $4.00 "and $3.50. To close them out at once have lumped them at the extraordinary price of $1.90 a pair. There are Patent Leather, Russets, Calf and Kangaroo, both high and low cut. All styles of toe and only $ 1 .90 per pair. Biggest clothing sale of the century, this disposal of the ROGERS & CO. (New York) stock of Men's and Boys' Suits at Sixty Cents on the Dollar- There are all sizes in Plaids, Checks, Scotch Mixtures and Plain Blue and Black Cheviots and Serges. Drop in today and look them over. Robinson 8c Chery Co., 12th and F Sts. N. W. fis Mmt City Brevities. TSace Ilustln was sent to jail for fifteen days by Judge Mills yesterday afternoon tor fctealing 2 from William Jones. Letter Smith wa...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Te3terday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. MM For the District of Columbia aud Mary aloud, partly cloudy weather, possibly light j showers: cooler; souuieny wiuus, uo-uuuuj, i northwesterly. WASHISTOTOST, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1897-EiaHT PAGES. CXNJE CE2?T. 1STO. 1,158. mht 38g61l2 COPIES. V " SENATE FOR FREE CU An Overwlielming Vote for the Morgan Resolution, BELLIGERENCY RECOGNIZED Decisive Action Follows a Stirring Debate Patriots Accorded tlie nights of a Nation Unparalleled Scene of Enthusiasm in tho Upper Chamber The Vote 41 to 11. The'Seimte yesterday adopted the Mor gan resolution, recognizing Unit a state of public war exists in Cuba. The full text or the resolution ab passed is ah follows: Joint resolution, declaring that a condi Uon of public war exists in Cuba, and tliut sence neutrality snail ue maintained; Resolved by tne .Senate auu uou.-c or Representatives or the XJnited States or America in Congress assembled, That a Condition of public war...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1897. Only Seven More Days of the Sale of Pianos at Fac tory Pi ices. WILL YOU MISS THE CHANCE The Melzerott Stock Will All Go in Less Time If Interested You Should Call " at Cos.1. Never again, we firmly believe, will it be possible to purchase pianos and organs at the prices and on the term-, at Which we are sailing this fine stock. We must have every piano out or tins room by the 26th on account of the alterations to be made in this building, aed we have made the prices so low and the terms so easy that it seems to us no one tdtould hesitate if a piano must 1)0 had within the next two 3 cars. If you cau spare $7 to $10 per month which is not half the usual rent charged for pianos or this character put , $15 to $20 in jour inside pocket and come to Mctzerott's, and let us fix jou out wlta a piano, and save enough in the purchase to fairly educate jour family in music. We ha.e a number of High-grade Cabinet Grand I'ianos, sach as 'Hardmnn3." "Ela ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

3 J THE MOBNING TIMTSS, FRIDAY, MAT 2t, 1897. H HONORED CITIZEN DEAD Demise of Horatio King, a For mer Postmaster General. SERVED UNDER BUCHANAN Ighty-slx Years of Age and a ttesi- vlent of vaMiiujrton lor nan u. uentury Ills Funeral to Take I'fiaee Saturday Afternoon Sketch t Ills Public Career. - Horatto King died yesterday morning ot his late residence, No. 707 H street northwest. He was Postmaster General during the administration of President Buchanan. He was eighty-six years old. Mr. King contracted the grippe la the winter of '05-'t6, and suffered a second attack-last winter. From this ho never recovered. At. the bedside when Mr. King passed away Were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry F.King, of West Newton, Mass.; Prof. Tlieo. 1. King, Mrs. Laura O. Talbott, Mrs. Cyrus S. King, William Campbell, and Gen. Horatio C. King, eldest sou of the deceased. The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Mackay-Smith, of St. John's Epis copal "Church, at the late home of Mr. King, Saturday, at 3 p....

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

THE MORNING TI3f.ES, EEIDAY, MAY 21, 3897. 2ftmc hr-Tr3irriTi (M0RHHTG, VimfG AND SUIfDAT.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, STILSOH BUTCHI1TS, President. HUTCH INS BUILDINO. Ifew York Offlc;: 2000 Tract Bnlldinp. SUBSCUIPTION HATES. Moxthi.t, bv CAnitmn: Morning, Evening and Sunday., Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday TUirty-flvo Cents EvecJnjjand Sunday Thirtr-firo Cents BY MAIL. One'Ycar, Mornlujj.Evcnlngand Sunday, JG.OO Three Months " ." " " J .50 One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Throe'jloiiths " " 1.2" One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Month " " LU3 Sunday only, onoyoar 1.00 - Orders by mall must bo accompanied by sub scription prioo. TEnnriioNKS: Editorial Rooms, 4SC; Busi ness Oflicc. IGW, Circulation Statement, The circulation oTjie Times for the Keek aided Saturday, May 13, 1897, vias as follows: Sunday, May 9 ., 23,750 Monday. May 10 37,243 Tuesday, May 11 37,241 Wednesday, May 12 '. 38,201 Thursday, May 13 36,971 Friday, May 14 38,974. Saturday, May 15 3S.84.2 Total 2...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

F7 THE MOKJSTKSTGr TUVTE, FRIDAY, MAT 21, 3897. $ Lansburgh & Bro. " i w Special Price, 69c, J J For This 98c. Wrapper. t This neat House Gar- a mentis made of f fine Dim- ity in f dainty 5 shades of J) blue.gray a and all p the light J effects, w with fit- 0 ied Waist f lining, J Princess J back, full front, $ vith d pointed yoke and wide 0 girdle, a neat turn-over collar. Mandolin sleeves, skirt 314 yards wide, 59 inches long, with A(r deep hem, all slzes.." This excellent Wash Skirt is made of good quality Striped Gingham, Umbrella style, with deep double flounce, with rows of neatshirring, gored at the lop on a French yoke with drawstring; length. 38, 40 and 42. !: 98c Special price 5 cr-w, J 420, 422. 424, 426 7th St. l Get i I Tour Bicycle J I Today! x Get it at the one place in all W 0 "Wai-hington- where every wheel Is Jf guaranteed for TWELVE STRAIGHT MONTHS! Where 4 saddles, tires and Eicycles are kept p in repair a "whole year PEEE no A A matter "Wlielhcr the break is...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

THJ5 HOTtNHSG TlMKSf FRIDAY, MAY 21, 3 807. 6 Got a Wheel ? Then you certainly can't Tall to find loth to Interest you in our -reduced juices on Bicycle goons. Vou can save a gooaij aiuouutir you come wduy or lonionow. Men's Fine Cheviot Uicycle Suits, in "golf" and "bloomer" styles. v, ere o, a and !?10. Reduced to $5.00. Men's Fine Tweed and Scotch Mixed Bicycle Suits, in "golf" and "bloomer Myles. Were 310, S12 and S15. Re duced to $8.25. Het'i, Switch Wool Uicycle Hose, In a great varletv or patterns. Were $1.-0. Reduced to 75c. Meu's regular 50c Bicycle Hose reduced to 30c Men'R regular 51 Bicycle Hose reduced to 50c Als G Ladies' S3 aid $G Fancy Sweaters. Reduced to $1.50. Men s -odd" Uicycle rants. That -were $1 25 and 51.50 Reduced to 51.00. . Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTHIERS, 315 Seventh Street. CEES33a3333C3333a3333333S32 E i I Your Credit g 1 is Good 1 c H B here to buy Watches, Diamonds, 3 r Jewelry, Silverware, etc. Any ar- il B tide of Jewelry in our immense etock ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

THE KOBKOTiMEsiJJIDAY, MAT 2L 1897. .- MONEY WANTED AND TO X.OAX W'a1TED$5,o6o at ITpcx cent, on $12. 00(1 good real estate collutfral. Ad dress G, this office. my21-3t "WANTED-S i $150 for ninety days; will pay inland Rive $500 iinriRlic ios- oasMicunty. Address PRIVATE tills office. n.y21-3t 10 per cent; woou mam PARTY, tills office. H.K. FULTON'S loan ofrioe, 1218 Pa. ave. iiw:, uuneyioanedoii watencs, diamonds,' Jewelry, silver ware, etc apl6-6m MONEY TO LOAN From $5 to $50, to reliable parties: no collateral required Central bids., oth and l'a. aTc. myl7-7tcm LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT- crai, such as lire policies, storks, bonds. building association shares, svndiratc cer- uncatcs, cta No delav. YERKES & -BAKER, 1 no F st. TaLc elevator, tf LOANS MADE ON F'UHNIl'UKF, HOHSF.S. 35TC. Loans made on Purnlture, Pianos, lloraes. Wagons, etc, at lowest rales and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential, Please call before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 May 1897

TELE MOBKESTG TiafESj FBIDAY, MAT 2.1, 1891 NEVER BEFORE in the history of merchandising were GOOD CLOTHES sold for so little as we are now offering this stock of Rogers & Co.t of New Y0 (.makers of the celebrated Rogers garments). Men's and boys suits hi the very latest styles and most reliable fabrics at Sixty Cents on the dollar, of actual existing values. There are all sizes in both plain colors and fancy mixtures. Each and every garment is correctly tailored and will fit perfectly. Some small lots of men's shoes, in which the sizes have become broken, were our best sellers at $6.50, S6, 5, $4 and $3.50, are offered to close at $s.po Per Pair. Patent Calf Russet, Kangaroo and French Calf, in both high and low cut. Robinson & 12th and F Sts. City Brevities. Malcolm Beaton was seized with a severe fit yesterday afternoon while at work on the Bnghtwood Are engine hoiibu. Judge Hagncr yesterday grunted a di vorce to Salhe llaur flora George II. Hauf, awarding her the cubtody...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 May 1897

Tf"S "i" ,s?-? ifT"''i-t'0 5" ' The Clrcnliilon of THE TISII3 Te3t'erday WAS ( COPIES. thc L WEATHER PROBABILITIES. imt .For the District of Columbia and Mary land, fair; cooler; north to northeast winds. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MOBNINGr, MAY 22,01897 EIGHT PAGES. JST). 1,159. GNJE CENT. F v n -IFBip 06QDDD8Qgd AT ANY -PRICE 1 ME have to announce that our entire stock of Summer Clothing was damaged by the re cent fire. Our insurance covered the loss, but we are ghing to sacrifice the entire damaged stock at any price zue can get for it. This is an opportu nity to purchase fine cloth ing at far less than cost that is seldom offered. i$m (BDODttflDflODi nDsRelliirinoi u csuu uwu s;n 407 1th St. GDHBHESSIIMI BADLY HUflT Representative Tongue of Oregon Struck by a Street Car. CUT ABOUTTHE DEAD ANDFACE He Unci Just Returned From a Trip to Montlcello and Was Trying; to Board a Car at Sixth and the Avenue Heuioved to Providence Hospital. Hon. Thomas H. Tongue, Congicssmaa from Oregon, met wit...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 May 1897

THE MOEN1NG TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1897. THE SHREWD BUYER Is Economical in Obtaining the Most for His Money. The Melzerott Stoclc of Piaiics is going fast at less thau factory cost on easy pa3'menU. Sale closes on May 28. Many may be disappointed. One dollar saved is a dollar earned, $ir0 saved in the purchase or a piano is Just that much money en rneJ by you: you have 12. in your pocket, where itmight have been In tiie other fellow's. Most people have to sell goods at a profit, for reasons which are obvious, but in this bale of curs to close out our piano Mock mi the necessary alterations can be made in our waietooms, we have marked every ins-trutneiit in the house at nc'ual factory cost, and many much less than the cost to produce them at the factory, and arc selling them rapidly on eay payments at little more thau the usual amount charged for runt. We have a number of very high-priced and high grade CaWncl Grand pianos, finished in all the light fancy woods, richly hand carved ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 May 1897

' ,-- -?$&? ,T' "'' ' ? 'y.jsgzm THE MORNISTGr TIMES., STJJB DAY, MAY 22, 1S9T. V CATARR TREATED FREE. While Doctor McCoy Is Teaching the People He Will Enforce His Teaching by Giving All His Treatment For Catarrh Free, That Is, Abso lutely Without Pay of Any Kind. Tlicre lias been so much writing and talking and teaching iy doctors and tpecialibts, bo called, and men, who are not 'doctors, for that matter, atiout Ca tarrh; so much writing and talking and teaching that is misleading and has cre ated a false impression in the minds of the people, that Doctor McCoy liuds it necessary to correct this false impression. The treatment that is universally used all over the country ror Catarrhal trou bles is the treatment that Doctor McCoy originated and formulated in 1833; the treatment, by the way, which he vastly Improved in his later practice. The fact that it is his earlier treatment that Is universally used for Catarrh by doctors John D. Knott, 1232 I st. se. Cured of deafness. "c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 May 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, . ATU'R DAY, MAY 22, -3 89T. QTtmcg Morhthg, EViirnfc aito sujtdat.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, STILSOH HUTCHI1TS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. Tew Tork Of fie:: 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. MosTniv; by cawuer: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Fleming and Sunday Thirtj-flvo Conts Liecingaud Sunday Thirtr-flvo Cents BY MAIL. Olio Year, Mornlng'.Evcnlng and Sunday, $6.00 IkrecMintlis " " " " 1.50 One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 1 hrec Months " " Wi One Year, Evening and Sunday . 4.00 Three Month " - 1.25 Sunday only, one yoar 1.00 Orders by mall must bo accompanied by sub scription price. Tklepiioxes: Editorial .Rooms, 4S8; Busi ness Ofllce. JG10. Circulation Statement, t Tt.e circulation oTiie Times for the tceefc ended Saturday, May 1, 1897, teas as ioUovcs? Sunday, May 9 23.75G Monday. May 10 37,243 Tuesday, May 11 37,241 Wednesday, May 12.." 38,201 Thursday, May 13 36,974 Friday, May 14 38,974 Saturday, May 15 38,842 Total 251,231 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 May 1897

THE MO-RyrrTO TJMJgS JSATUBJ3AY, MAY 22, J 897. V ". Lansburgh & Bro. f Today between the hours of 9 and 6 a. m. we will f sell our $1 Annise Corset I for q9c. This Corset is man- $ 4 . . .. . w, S s ufacturea dv ins . i . peo- j nlft evnresslv for US. It is made of Alexandra Cfoih, $ .. A ..- & C ratteen strips, iwo siue s steels on each, side; extra flong waist and high corded e A bust". All sizes, from 18 to s I 3o. Remember, that ooc. s will be the price during the above - mentioned hours 3 X . f only. Today's prlco on any of f our 40c, 45c. and 50o. ox- $ tracts will bo 25c. per ounce. We -will furnish the vial. GINGHAM APRONS, f o rrv -i-a-". This will bo today's price on a nice full-size Gingham Apron, -which wo guarantee to wash. wwjePuBt 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. X.'f- t'.' Get Bicycle Today I Uet it at the one place in all Wahhlngton where every wheel Is guaranteed for TWELVE STRAIGHT MONTHS! "Where saddles, tires and Bicycles are kept In icpalr a whole year FREE ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 May 1897

asat tij-a53fe.1 '"-".-,(?' --'jo - j? - -- " r"W"' THE MOBBTIHG TIMKg-, SATURDAY, MA.S, 3897 6 7- -V!.- fc.v A Great Day For Mothers. The big business in Boys' Clothing- -we've done thus far this season has left us with broken lines of Boys' Knee Pants Suits. To clear them out as quickly as possible we've decided to let them go at a big sacrifice. This gives you an opportu nity to "buy Boys' All-wool Short Pants Suits, in all this sea son's newest styles novelty effects and Black and Blue Cheviots that have been selling right along at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 sizes 3 to 16 years for only $1.65 Boys' Pants 35c a pair. A sneeiallotof Boys' Knee Pants, ia blue cheviots also Hoys' Wash rants for 35 cents a pair 3 pairs for $1. Sizes 4 to 15 years. Boys' Odd Pnnts, Jn black and blue and Fancy Mixtures Sizes 4 to 15 .years for 50c and $1.00. A splendid line of Novelty Suits, Reefer Suits and Duplex. Suits. Sizes 3 to 8 years. Exceptionally fine valucB. Prices, $2.50 to SB Parker, Bridget &...

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

THE MORNING TIMES, SMJJHDAX, MAY 22, 189T. ir V k MONEY- WANTED AOT TO LOAN. WANTErTtCboO at 6 per cent, on 12,- uuu good real estate collateral, u- dross U, this office. my U-3t WANTED 5100 for ninety days: -will pay 111 "JIT rJCIIt UIIU give fOUU lijlligjliv 'U. wood piano ah scrtirlty. Address PRIVATE PARTI, tills officii my21-3t H. K. FULTON'S loaa office, 121S Pa ave nw., uuney loauedou watcneH, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. nplO-Cm , MONeFtOLOAX- rrom 55 to 500, to reliable parties, no collateral requiied Central bldg., Oth aatl l'a ave.inyl7-7tem LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT cial, such as lire policies, stocks, bonds, building absociatlon shares, syiidi'aU; cer tificates, eta No delay. YE EKES BAKLE, 1110 V st. TaLc elevator, tf LOANS MADE ON FUUMITjRF. rxoiist.s. inc. Loans made on F'umllure, Pianos, Homes. Wagons, etc . at lowest rattJ and quickest possible time, strictly conrideiiti.il. Pleass call before securing loans else v; here. WASHINGTON MORTUAGE LOAN CO . t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 May 1897

THJB MORNING TIMI?Sj SATURDAY, MAY 22,189? y rtf , Just Sixty Cents on the dollar of actual worth is all we ask for choice of the Rogers Stock of Men's and Boys' Suits. All i New Styles. ROBENSON & CHERY CO 12th and F Sts. N.W. tshtd City Brevities. Justice Ilagncr, in equity court No. 2, yeM.eidiy ordered Henry Jackson to pay alimony tobiswif, SarahE. Jackson, who :s buing foi atli vorcc, in the fruin of $8 ainoutb until furthei order of tlie court. Frank Rhodes, colored, was convicted in criminal couit No. 2 yesterday on an indict ment v hurgtng him with larceny from the person. During theKnightsTcniplar review on the Gth instant In the While Lot, Rhodes stole some money from Amanda Bundy Commissioners Wight and Black niadc an official visit to the Washington Asylum yesterday afternoon for the purpose of gaining infoiniation legarding the govern ment and needp of that institution. Dur ing their ttay they were the guests of In tendent Stoutenberg at luncheon. John I-arklnnon, c...

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

-WEATHER PROBABILITIES. Tho Circulation of TflE TIMES Ta3terday WAS For the District or Columbia and Mary ' land, falrin tlio morning, partly cloudy weather m the afternoon; warmer; south erly winds. line. IsTO. 151C0. WASniGrTOK, SUNDAY MOItXENGr, MAY 23, 1897 TWENTY PAGrES. TILREJE CENTS. wht COPIES. The Busy Corner, 8th and Market, Space. ill O I ffi Hw EBBSEJ Second Grand Rebuilding S UNDER ROOF Both our new building's are under roof. The weather can't interfere with our progress now. Mechanics of everj' class are rushing- things in order to finish the job before the eighty days expire, which is the contract time lor completing- the back portion of our improvements. In terference will come when the .dividing- walls are torn out which are to give our main building a frontage on Market Space of 42 feet. DUST AN will be our enemies, and in order to defeat them we shall offer greater values than ever. For Monda3' and the re mainder of the week. ' 20-inch All-Mlk Black India and Op A...

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

c THE AIOHNING LXIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1897. s fHE LAST WEEK Only Six More Days of the Sale of the Metzerott Stock of Pianos and Organs. AT FACTORY COST EASY PAYMENTS. :Sevent3'-lvo Piaiios Sold Last Week Balance Will Go Before Saturday. Great Opportunity for Piano Buyers Having -'ok', upward of beventy Piauos fcince our sale open eel last Monday, to c!ojc out oui piano stock to tliat necoi Kiry alteration can be made in our ware rooms, it is certainly conclusive evidence that never before iu ttie history of. tills coinniunit hive piano values been slaugh- tercd a we have slaughtered them during tbe past week. We must move every instrument out of this joom before the 1st, and from now on to the close of the week no cost, no prorit shah deter us from making such pilces and terms that will insure the sale of the balance of this btock by Friday or this week. We K'lve a number of very high-priced and the highest grade of Cabinet Grand Piano, on land, In Mahogany, English Oak. Burch, Wal...

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