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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 May 1897

v"'1 f' fyx"-fS&P VSc"'''"i THE MOBNIJtfG TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 24, 1897. RIGHTEOUS GUISE OP CUBA Seeming Conflicts Between Inter national and Moral Laws. DR. KENT'S PATRIOTIC VIEW Difficult to Reconcile tlio Fnct That a People Have the night of. Hebellion . Witii Laws Sinking It a Crime to A ill the Oppressed lu Their Struggle for Freedom. Rev. Alex. Kent, or the Tcoplc's Church. ' spake yesterday morning on "Interna tional Law and Moral Law," with special rerorcuce to their bcurings on the duty or this country to ward Spain and Cuba. He thought it generally conceded by all but Spaniards that the present revolt in Cuba, and the determination or her people to have complete independence, have ample warrant in the wrongs and injus tices which for nearly three-quarters of u century Cubans have buffered under Span ish rule, lie held that they did not come readily or easily to any thuiightof separa tion or independence. Like the colonist or Great Britain in this country, they were long ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 May 1897

THE iMOBNIim TIMES, MONDAY. 3fAY 24, 1897. 5 V Lmt$ (MORITIIfG, EV2HIT7G AITO SUKDAY.) DY THE WASHINGTON TIMES C0HP1UY, ITILSOIf HTJTCHINS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. Few York Off I:s: 2030 Tract Building. subscription sates. iloNTni.v. nv CAnniKn: Morning, Kvcniug aud Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-flvo.Ccnts Ivoeing aud Sunday Thirty-llvo Couts BY MAIL. One Yrnr, Mornlng.Evcniug and Sunday, JC.OO Three Mouths " " " " J.60 One Yfar. Morning and Sunday 4.00 Three Months ' " ' J.2 One Year, Evening and Sunday 1.W Three Mouths 1.25 Sunday only, onoyoar .... 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub FCriptlon jirico. Tei.ei'Hones: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Bul nes Oflico. IfliO. Circulation Statement, f The circulation of The Turns for the ueek ended Saturday, -Hay 22, 1SD7, was as follows: Sunday, May 10 23.74G Monday. May 17 00,021 Tuesday, May 13 38.G2S Wednesday, May ID 38,393 Thursday, May 20 3S,G12 Friday, May 21 3S.391 SaUtrday, May 22 33.5GS Total 27G.3G1 Da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 May 1897

THE 3IOUNIKG TIMES, MOKDAT, MAT 24, 1897. Lansburgh & Bro. I g Loose Covers g 2 Made lo Order. 9 P 3 Wo mako Looso Covers to or- Q $ dor in tho most economical and K j? satisfactory manner. Wo will fc' p send our man to your house ) -with samples and jjivo you an ffl J estimate free of charge. We y guarantee a perfect fit and j g quote tho lowest possible price u Sv for first-class work. ,J CO-inch Furniture Linen, tf Jj finished smooth on both g 3 sides so it will not injure a U tho finest furniture and la positively tho best groods g 15 made for Loose Covers, (A g for- 48c yd. i Materials $ g F s J, 5ash Curtains. g J, 1 lot Dotted and FJrrnrod g fcl Swiss, 40 Inches wido, tf n worth 18c yd, for.... .isjcyd. ll Hot Ecru and White Fish g SI Not, 30 and 45 inches wido, tf g for -15cycL it 1 lot Tambourod Sash g Muslin, in new patterns, 30 (fi inches wido, for ice vd. it Si Hot Point D'Esprit,dainty p 3 and cool, 48 inches wide, g g for. 25c yd. ia S , " g ' 1 lot Imitation Benna...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 May 1897

THE MOKNTSTGr TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 24, 1897 6 l Today we start the sale of Men's Suits, secured from an overstocked manufac turer at a big concession. For $7.25 you are offered the choice of Summer Suits that are easily worth $8, $10 and $12. While for $9.25 you are offered the choice of Sum mer Suits that are easily worth $10, $12 and $15. Suits of Fancy Mixtures, Tweeds and Black and Blue Cheviots. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. 0: E0 No One - $50i Can Beat This 5palding ""Bicycle Just Think What It Means HEW 1896 M0DLS IN FHT aHArE.... ft Now, don't tliinkof buying an un known bargain-counter aifalr when you cun get a new Spalding at tills price. Wo only have a few left. Plenty or other bargains in Bicy cles. Bring your purse; we linve the Bicycles; ull prices; 51 0 to ?110. A. G. Spalding & Bros. Washington Bicycle and Athletic Headquarters, 1013 Penna. Avenue. S20.00 IN GOLD GIVEN A WAT JUST FOR A NAME. The great success attending the sale and opera...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 May 1897

THE arOKOTNG TIMES; IIOXJDAY, MAY 4, 1307. ' 5IOXEI vV ANTED AND TO LOAN. H K. FULTON'S loan office. I -18 Va. ave. uw,, ituney loanedon watcnes. diamonds. Jewelry, silver ware, etc. aplG-6m MONEY TO LOAN-From 55 to 550, to reliable - artle: no coj atcral recjuijed. Central bldg.,iioom 8, Oth and Fa. ave. niyl 7-7t,cni LOANS MADE ONAlTUOVEl) COLLAT :ral, such as life policies, storks, bonds, helloing association Miaics, syndn ate cer tificates, eta No delay. YEREES & i5Alvfc.it, 1110 F bt. TaKc clavator. tf LOANS MADE ON EUltNlTUlti:. HORSES. ETC. Loans maao on furniture, l'tanos, Unrsc. tVaguus, eta. at lowest rales and pjickes possible time. Strictly confidential. 1'lease call beroro securing loans elsewhere. washing ton mortgage loakuo. CIO J?" etro--t nortbweat, MONEY; TO LOAN-?1,000 upward, at 5 mt 5 l- per cent, on D. C. reiU estate; 230, 50;, etc . nt 0 per cent: all transactions cuiiducted with economical consideration for boirowers. W1LU.J-M 11. UAUNlir.RS & CO.. cp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 May 1897

5S FJJ' ". -V-3E'!?V THE MOBNLSGr TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 24, 3 837. 9 'C f ;- ' Just Sixty Cents on t .the v dollar of actual worth is a!i we ask for choice of the Rogers Stock of Men's and Boys' Suits. Ail New Styles. ROBiNSQN & CHERY 00 12th and FSts. N.W. hc i&kMmt& Till-: NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL. Commencement Exercise to He Held on Kext Monday. The season of coiumenccmentB is at hand Tor tlie next three or four -weeks the numerous schools and colleges that arc a conspicuous part of the life of the National Capilal -will be sending fortli graduates into the -world. None, of the commencement' exercises -will be more enjoyable than that to be held in the National Theater on Monday, -May 31, by the National University Law School, which, in the past quarter of a century and more, has graduated many men now eminent at the bar or ornaments of the bench. Tnis year about fifty persons will be graduated from the senior and post-graduate classes, and arrangements have been made to make...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

.irss WEATHER PROBABILITIES. twe For the District of Columbia and Mary laud, generally fair; Bllglitly cooler; north erly Winds. ' XO. 1,162. WASnnSTGTON, TUESDAY MOBNTNGr, MAY 25, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. GOLD FROM BASE METAL have Involved an amount or painstaking labor which we hope has not been entirely wabted, we have seen not the slightest evidence of any creation or transmutation. On the contrary, tlieclaimant failed in every instance to recover the entire amount of s!l er and gold known to be present in the materials." His attorney was received at the Treas ury Department yesterday. He requested to bee the report, but no final action was taken, and lie says he will enter a protest against the findings of the commission If they are unfavorable. AT THE PROSPERITY BANQUET, 1ST SflOira HMDS Mr. Mdlillin's Resolution Before the Committee on Rules. A Chicagoan Claims to Have Realized the Dream of Ages. Tremendous Sal TESTS BY TREASURY EXPERTS A REPUBLICAN QUANDARY ,." 4V,- S'-'t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

THE MOEJIISTG TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1897. ONLY 5 M Of the Great Sale of Pianos at Factory Cost on Easy Payments. MHZEHDTT STOCK GOING FAST Intending Purchasers Should Inves- tigate and Act While a Good Selection Can Be Had. Only five more days remain for jou to avail your&eir of tne oi i.oruailty to pur chase a i-iai.o at ractui j co.it and on easy payments ir desired. lo yon lealize wnat factory cost means. First take olf tl.e ageiitb i rolit, then tlio v noiesiiic cealer's piont, it.en tlie expense o: veiling articles or mis character Fig ure this upon your fingers and see where you will land. You "will II nil tliaL when Hie leuui i tout aud the expeitwi are le duried from articles of ttii tliaraeier it almost cuts the regular retail l.nce in two. livery Instrument in the house Is marked In plain licto.-y cost jigure-. no more asked, no less aeceiJieii; und you tan sne telly $130 ona piano by purchasing at thlssale. There uic i.o unt-r iui.c& in America today than tne Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

V-'&Wr "iW'V vl v "! S" 't? ""xjiT 1 - -j THE'MOBNIG TIMES, TUESDAY, MAT 25, 1897. .K- SUPREME GOUHT RULINGS Powers of the Interstate Com merce Commission Passed On. HAS NO RIGHT TO FIX RATES Presidents Itlght to Remove Di trJct Attorneys Before the Kx IJrntion of Their TeruiH of Of fice Sustained Itmiortaut Opin ions Rendered. The Supreme Court of the United States convened yesterday morning In the lutt session of this court term. An important decWon was rendered by Justice Brewer in the cafce of the Inter state Commeice CommlBslon, appellant, aG'i'nst the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pucific Railroad. This caje involved an important ques tion 'as to the Juiifcdlclion or the commerce coinmisn'on to make and maintain max imum rates for railroad traffic Counsel for the railioad company contended that the cofiftiiisMon had not the light The commission argued that it did not make rates or lix them, hut on the contiary only regulated unreasonable charges. JuMJre Biewer held, ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

THE MOEIKG' TIMES, TUESDAY, iRY 25,' 189T. 4 HEbc mcxj (MORffHIG, EVEHIKG AND SUHDAY.) BY THE WASHMTON TIMES COMPANY, S.TILSOH HUTCHIRS, President. HUTCHINS BUrLDINO. Tew York Office: 2330 Tract Bnlldlar. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Moxttii-y. bt Carbier: Morning, Evenuigaiid Bandar.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday .... Thirty-five Cents X-vcciue and. Sunday... ...Thirty-five Conts BY MAIL. One Vcor, Morhlng,Eveniig and Sunday, J6.00 Three Month 9 " J .50 One-Year. Morning and Sunday... . 4.00 Three ilonths " 1.25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. 4.00 Three Month " " - ...... 1.23 Sunday only, one year 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub scription prieo. Iei-epiioxes: Editorial Rooms, 4SS; Busi ness Ofiice. IG13. Circulation Statement. The circulation ofliva Tnrns for Vie tccefc ended Saturday, May 22, 1897 was as. follows: Sunday, May 16 23,746 Monday. May 17 G0.024 Tuesday, Man 18 38.G28 Wednesday, May 10 ." 38,39ff Thv rsday, May 20 38,012 Friday, May 21 38,391 Saturday, May 22 3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

- wji'vAsa. v T C -On.-"-'1- "V-" ; .THE MORNING. TIMES, TUESDAY:, MAY 25, 1897. J r '" t&x&e$$Q$3$M&'&Q jx$xSSSx& XANSBURGH & BrO. ONLY 100. OF THESE I WASH SKIRTS, S Tho usual soiling: price of which is 98c. Today's price will be This Skirt Is made of fine & Striped Gingham, cut extra full, ' with deap flounce finished with a. deep heading', gored at the ; $, "top, on a French yoke, with draw-string:; lengths 38, 40 and 42; worth 08c. JgSprics Today's 68c. 2c a bottle for a tplendid Ex- & tract today. Only one bottle to each customer. S & ft e 420, 422, 424, 426 71H it. j 420, 422, 424, 426 7tu St. X''' .'6- h-" $ Bicvcles, J Saddles X. And Tires Kept In Repair One Year Free ! That's the guarantee that goes "with every wheel bold by us no matter wliat the price! It holds Rood whether the break 1 s caused by acci dent or otherwise. Easiest Terms Ever Known. $ It makes no dif rerence whether its a Bicycle you want or Furniture you cuu pa.j tue bil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

THE MOKNESTG TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY '25, 139T Because we were fortu nate enough to secure a manufacturer's balance of his summer stock of Men's Fine Clothing we can offer you some startling values. For $7.25 you have the choice of Suits that are worth $8, $10 and $12 While for $9.25 you have the choice of Suits that are worth $10, $12 and $15. Stylish Black and Blue Cheviots, Fancy Mixtures and Tweeds. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. Have You Examined the New and Improved . . . FOR 1897. llnsinoreimportnntim provements tlian any other saddle manufactured. FOR WOMEN RIDERS The improvements are at once ap parent: snoiiT noier- Does not interfere with Orcss when mounting. NKW CUSHIONS Larger anil made of the finest curled hair. SIM HAL SFIUNGS Give a r.icc, easy motion to the rider, particularly on rough or uneven roads. Once a Christy rider, always a Christy enthusiast Booklet, "Bicycle Saddles from a riiyfciclun s Standpoint," free. A. Q. SPALDING & BROir.,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

the aroBJsriNGr timjbs; tuesdat, may 25, 1897. fi -ijOXI-.Y WANTED AXD TO LOAN. THE advertiser wants to borrow $100 at ,10 per et-i.t interest, on j,ooi eeurity. Address ADVERTISER, this office. "'ti my25-3t WANTED -Loan of 550 for six montlis; good jecuntyallberal interest. LOAN, thiS;officc. my25-3t MONEY TO LOAN From 5 to $50, to Tollable panics; no collateral required. 0utrl Eldg., Room 8, Jitli and Pa. avc. in y 21-71 ,e m U.K. FULTON'S loaa office, 1218 Pa. avc. iiw., mony loanudoa watches, diamonds. Jewelry, silver irare, etc. apl0-6m LOANS MADE ON AFPR.OVED COLLAT eral, such as life policies, stocks, bonds, building association shares, svndiiato eer tificates, etc. No delav. E RICES '& iftKbK, mo f tt, Takecieator. tf loans jiiVDK ox ia7iNrrcrur HOHSJiS. KIT. Loam maae onirnlture. Pianos, Horses. Wnjjoia, i-ic, at lowest ratcs'aiid quicken! jKvssible tune- Strictly conlidential. Pleas: call before securing loan elBewhure. WA-UINUTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. t10 ' ttto-'-t nort...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 May 1897

THE MOKNINGTIMMS, TUESDAY, MAT 25, 3 837. You'll save Just forty cents on every dollar you np.Mid for clotlie, if you take advan tage of tlilK wile of McwsrH. ltOGKRS i!fc CO.'S etire Htocltof ineii'n and boys' Iprlng and Minimer nuits, which we bought for and are now HelliuK at Sixty cents on the dollar Tlie styles and patterns are all new -made up for this season's trade Mid, as Messrs. llojiers & Co. 8113', are their best designs and qtiulitieH. Tliero's an ample variety to choose from, and sizes and sliapes to fit everybody. Summer Underwear, Xegllgce Shlrt-s, "Washable Xeekwear, Straw Hats, and ail other hot weather wear ibles, in bent qualities, at lowest prices. Still good plclciiig in that Jot of broken sizes of men's $0.50, SO, $5, S4, and $:1.50 shoes we are closing out at $1,90 per pair. OBINSON & GHERY GO 12th and F Sts. N.W. Clothes, Furnishings, Hals, Shoes. mtM City Brevities. Herman A. Hcyt, of 11 Pine street, New York, was yesterday given a com mission to ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 May 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tme ' For the District of Columbia aud Mary land, partly cloudy weather; slightly wanner; north to northeast winds. 30. 131C3. WAsnrsTGToisr, Wednesday MoipriNGr, may 2g, isot eighelt pagoes. ORE CE2sTT. riic r riitni COPIES. j :11IE SEMTE TiHIFF DEBATE Mr." Aldrich Defines (lie Higlier Tax Contention. MR. VEST'S INCISIVE REPLY Senator Aldrich laid the whole case of the Jtcpubllcan party yesterday before the Senate. Heopened the tariff debate with an argument,lnrgelyln general tenns,intended to justify the substitution of the Dlngley tarif r, as amended in the Senate for the cur rent Democratic revenueaneasuic Senator Aldrich spoke to a practically full Senate end crowded galleries. Ills argument was concise, and covered the whole Republican contention. The leply was made by Senator Vest. He Bald bomelnclsive things iu aninclslve way Ills criticisms of the Republican policy af forded theuudiencethatfire and enthusiasm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 May 1897

THE MOKJSTEPTG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1897. THREE MORE DAYS Of the Great Sale o! Pinlios ut3?ac tory Cost on Easy Payments. aiKTZKRGTT STOCK GOING FAST. Intending Purchaser Should Inves-tlgnte-nnd Act "While u Good Se- lection Can Ho Had. Xmly three more days remain Tor you to avail your&eir or the oi-purumity to pur cliu.se a piano auiaulor i- cost ami oa ensj payments li" desired. Do you realize wi.at ractory cost means, i v nolitouie cculer's pruiit. ti.en the expense rr sfiiiinr iritiMii iir tiiis tiiuracter. rig- uie jiiis up on Toura"iiiRri mid see "wlicre you' will land. You will llnd tliat when the retail i ro,tl auU itio exi ein.es arc Ue- cluttcii lroin articles 01 un tniuuici almost cuts the rcgidar retail price in two. Every instrument in the'-hoiiseis inarkcu in plain lactory wist figure, no more asked, no less, accepted: and you can save full $150 on a i lano-by purchasing at this sale, whlcu win losiuvely ciose Saturday Tnere are j.o iiuw pianos xit Amenca toda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 May 1897

THE MOKNI-STGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAT 26, 1897. EARS THAT WERE DEAD ire Made Alive to Sound Again By the Marvelous Treatment of Doctor McCoy. Ur. Kuott Wus Stone Deaf, in One Jinr Mrs. Grotl Couldn't Hear "Without nn Kar Trumpet Mr. Sherwood Had Been Dent for Twenty Years All Hear Again. John D. Ivnott, 11!32 I st. se., Wash ington, D. C. , Ordnance Division, Navy Yard: "I wasso deaf at times that I wouid have to ask people to write down what they wished to say to me, in order to he certain that I uuderi-tood, for I could not depend upon my hearing. Now I can near even a whisper. "My right ear wus very deaf. I could not hear anything with it. My left ear was not quite so had, hut there were limes when it would seem to stop up and "I Would He Totally Deaf. "1 was constantly troubled with the greatest noises in my head: in one ear it was like escaping steam, in the other like ttie roar or a waterfall. These noises dis turbed my sleep. 1 had been to three physicians, but never received ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 May 1897

THE MOEjSTiarG .TIMES, WJEDJSrESPAT. 3IAY 26, 1897. & Qimcs anasmsG, xvetjihg aitd suwdat.) THE WASHDMM TIMES COHPiH tllLSON EUTCHCTS, President. KUTCHINS BUILDING. T-cw York Cfflt 2900 Tract 3nllfllnjr- SUUSCUIPXION HATES. HoxTnvY. nv Cariiieh: juoroing. Evening -ana Sandny.. Fifty-Cents "Mori iiur and Sunday THrirty-fivo Cents i-TfiUiugaud .Sunday Thirty-five Cents BYiia.IL. OncYeor, Moriiliig.EvenlnsAnd Sunday, tS.OO Tin ee Months " ' 3.511 Opd Yrar. Morning and Sunday.,.,......'... .00 1 tree Mouths ' ' 1.23 One Year. Evening and Sunday.. ".00 Three Mouth ......... X23 Sunday only, one year.. l.OO Orders by mail must be accompanied by -subscription price. JTxuyituyns: Editorial Itooms, 4S5; Busi ness Otlice. IG'9. Circulation Statement. The circulation vf The Times for the week aided Saturday, May 22, 1897, -u?as as fo&xcs: ftfitfaj, Ja" 16, Monday. May 17 Tuesday, May 18.... Wednesday, Mny 19 ...23.73G ...60,024 ...3S.C28 . . .3S,39u Thursday. May 20 38,612 Friday, May ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 May 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, .1897. i SS"SSSS530MffiSSByeS3SO Lansbukgh & Bro- I 8 8 (A iS Si LADIES, Here Is An Opportunity Worth Talking About. $7-95s $ Now for choice of any of our Ladies Suits that are marked $16.50, $15.00, $14.00, $13.50, $12.98, $11.68, $10.98, $10.68, $9.87. The original prices are marked on these Suits, and if you would only hurry along and get the pick of the best onesyou would be doing a real g wise and sensible thing, a (Second floor for those.) Si a (3 420. 422, 424, 42f 7th -St. GS,SSS&SS&5SS GSS3S5SQ5SS5SQ Xfe'S Go5. QS& .X Bicycles, I Saddles I And Tires J Kept In J Repair I One Year S j Free ! $ That's the guarantee that goes with r d every wheel sold by us no matter f what the pricel It (holds pood f whether the break lis caused by accl- k A ilent or otherwise. Q 5 Easiest Terms J Ever Known, 5 It makes no difference whether its a Bicycle you want or Furniture you V cau jw tne mil weeklv or luunUdy A 5 no notes or Interest....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 May 1897

THE M.OENIKG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAT 26, 1897 That special lot of Men's Fine Suits we bought from the maker last week is rap idly melting away. The price we paid for these Suits makes it possi ble for us to offer you the choice of the regular $S, $10, and 12 qualities for only $7. 25. Also your choice of the regular $10, $12 and $15 qualities for only $9.25. Better come today. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers. 315 Seventh Street. g5 1 THE L & JiOUTE. Bicycle Suit Bargains. At $4.75 and $6.25 we have two lines or Bicycle Suits-earlier luthebprmgwenskedmoreniouej for them, but It's getting late in tlic season, and we need the room for ottier goods -had to tear out our orflce the other day to gut more display hpnee. The!; bults are in the dark browns and mix tures, or a HyllMi. lervicenblc, regular "L It." line or goods, and you know what an 'L A It nualltv means Here's the op iwrtunity for any cjclUt who who wants an cutfit. Larrimore & Rideno'uT, "The L fc It Itoutc " 4-17 ...

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