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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

.--3"-5 - ' af-!''-?.-."' THE MOKNpSlGr TIMES, ,STTDAY, MAX, 8.Q, 1897. MUSIC IN NEW YORK SOCIETY. -v S3S0: (32XD0S f't? WBM ifbseQQSeS!65 1 TEE LOUNGING BLOUSE. It Mny Ue HIi -Short, or Ankle-ions and Has Supplanted the Wruppor. New York, May 29. It iB the weather at the moment that rules our fashions and persuades -womankind to prefer muslin, linen, madras, silk and gingham olantes, dressing gowns, bedroom bloues and flow ing "wrappers to tl.e smajtest designs In costumes that ever made famous the name ot Worth or Paquin Nevertheless, that which is cool and easy, and now so much in demand, win Mil! be ei pretty and very becomingly graceful, be it only a calico combing Jacket, ab all the models show, while borne ol the muslin toilets stiictly for bedroom wear are beautiful toa Jegiee If the honest truth must be told con cerning these "toilettes intfmes," ns the .French women call them, a wrapper is almost an unknown gaiment in the best btxked wardrobe. Feminine preference teems abo...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

10 THE MOBKING TJMJIS SUNDAY, MAX 30, 3897. Grand . Army Exercises at Ar lington and Elsewhere. EVENTS OP DECORATION DAY Thf Chief i'ehture, an Urinal, Will He tlio OhKorvnnce.s at the Great Cemetery- Across the River TDe .tulls of the IM-ogrntns and Com .uiittees In Charge. 'All preparations for the proper obser- ; Vance of Decoration Day liave been com pleted ly llic Department of the Potomac, G. A. R. Ad Arlington, Soldiers' Home Oak Hill, Congressional, and all -the other cemeteries marked liy graves of those V.'lio - died for tlie Union, solemn services will le Iield and flowers strewn by loving hands. Commander-in-chief T: S. Clarkson re cently issued an address, designated as general orders No. 6, to the State encamp ments, ah follows: "Tlie nation's Sabbath day tleit day upon wliirh patriotic people gather to gether everywhere to do honor to their encrcil dead is again upon us Let us. as is most fitting, unite in making the sob-inn ueiviccs of Memorial Day as Impiessive as p...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

' JfoKjrJjr" 5THE MOT1KING .TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1897. 17 -Cgf&s&jr- TfJ" Kfc ri f I " PS & JS lu-hvr - 7k """"QllRJlvJjBtjKrffll ti-ft. I (1111 1 JiXI tyf 'T" v Jitow JlSnHlHllll il'IIIIIPIIIIIIIP nnmiinimnafflQUB If . Vis " Columbia '"A SupeiflLoun Hufebnud." .Lafajette "I'n ul Jones." Giand Giau's Vaudeville CclebiitieH. lvcuimr.s Isham's Octoroons. Kpcaljiig of our bummer companies, And, thcatmally, there is little else to hpcnl: of Just at piefent, do tie good people who put down their quarteifc.halves and MxMts loalize tliat, at cummer piice-, the winter .stand aid of eiiteitainment is provided Jor the-n? Cogitate, considci, think, as the prefc.s agent or the mighty circu-. hays, and leallze the baigaiu tnut ydu Iiavo. IleietoJore, that is,. in suinincjs past, It was necessary "to qualify r-rofrc and sat isfaction v.itlf the limiting phiah.', "good etlough for a Mimmer company" or "as CikjiI a-j one lias a light to eij ett lor the prices " None of that this jcar ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

'2Z' " T-K-fp-K' 18 THE MORNlSTGr TIMES, gINJAY, MAY 30. 3897. j&, hr &- -'-'r'T" ' THE CARE OF THE No Need to Get Wrinkles if You Take Care of Yourself. A MATTER OF PRESERVATION The Careful Woman Should Iteuc vntc Herhdf Twice n Year, Once iu the Spring and Once Aijnln hi the Autumn The Great Value of u Clear Complexion. " 4 woman should renovate hcrskinevcry eptiug and lall as religiously as hc reno vates licr house," ald an authority on the subject to a distressed young woman the other day. "Renovate her skin?" repeated the gnl in a uiystilied way, rubbing one hand over lier rough, leathery checks "Yes, lenovate it," repeated the authoi ltj "She should give her skin a genuine fall and spring cleaning, and Hie rails in iier duty to lierbelfandlicr family when she fails 10 do this " ""Weil, my hkin certainly needs some thing," put m the girl mourniully. "And so docs mine," added a middle aged woman who had dropped in. 'It needs renovating, I tell you,' the. authority went o...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

" -z - ffiSCf z r''Ss'o5'4-H " THE MOUNIKG TIMJTS, JSlWDAY, MAY 30, 1897. 19 &4 The Stolen My ams. Huirrox uarrisox. l'ART I. In a low cltair a Utile -woman hat darning - btoeklngs Although Tull loity years of uge. she was astonishingly young ami fresh. Her dark linir, tw.ed in a shining coil ut 'the back or a small, well-shaped head; her ro-y lips and white teeth, tlic look or alert iniciest ln her hazel eyes; the plain but becomingly arranged dress, all suggesteJ that her present condition of. tolituJe was Incidental rather tlian habitual Tun loom iu which Mrs. Blair's deft needle lepahed the havoc of fetal wart feet in their daily walks to and from the money-getting haunts of men, was cleaily the rc-ort of culture untainted by vulgailty. On the second floor or a Mi.all three-story dwelling in a street unknown to modern fashion, years of use as a raiuily gathering-place had toned its modest belongings into harmonious at tractiveness. If the furniture was worn, it better accord...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 May 1897

:'Ji3fSj:i -'n THE MOBNINGr TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1897. 20 The Annual Cyclopaedia widen the Ap-plctons-each year add to the perfection or their American Cyclopaedia impresses it self upon its possessor on each recurrence that it lb an indispensable history of cur rent events In its way It is all-embracing In the Annual for 18G, which was recently completed and was last week given to the public, the searcher may find a. recital, classified, of all the important events cr the past year And only by a glance through the pages or this book doe oie realize what a vastamouutor history was made last year The most notable event of the year, to American) at least, was the Presidential canvas, in which were presented issues more important than any that have been tried since the civil war The writer who examines the book carefully will rind that this subject hat. been treated very thor oughly; not only are the various platforms, printed in full, and the results of the ballots in convention, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

t-' . 3f. Sc-; -vt' ..-: ' te THE CIRCULATION OP.THE SUNDAY TDG3 , WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. title For the District of Columbia and Mary land, partly cloudy or fair weather; slightly cooler; westerly winds. WASHmGrTOISr, MONDAY MORNTNGr, MAY 31, 1897 .EIGHT PAGES. ONE CE2nTT. 3STO. 1,168. - rtrrrv - tie E 23,947 COPIES. ?& A - "CUBA PIG MEATFOfi SALE" Spaniards Kill Six Pacificos and Put This Sign Upon Them. THE BODIES CUT TO PIECES Their Rutrhercd Remains "Were . Placed Diion a Table aud Labeled. usi-Above-This Inscription 'Was Fol lowed" by Another: 'The Ment of Amerlcnu rigs Soon Expected." Havana, via Key "West, May 30. -More than 150 persons have died from lumber at Artemisa" Pinar del Rio Province. The concentration of the .pacificos .near the towns continues, and Geu. Weyler has is ued orders to kill everyone found outside or the fcpanisl. forts. A t San Antonio de Los Bano-., In Havana Province, six poor countrymen, after hav , In?.: been in the town for two days withou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

sv-V5 "','3a'-,r i - -. -t, -. - - 23 THE HOBNIKG- TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 31, 3897. 'iif-f' K -'fc vyq-J- "f - I "" - KNOCKED OUT THE TRUST The Sogai; Barons Lose the Indian Bureau Contract. IMPORTED ARTICLE WINS The Haveuieyer Concern Dictates a Uniform Price to Bidder.-. A New York B roller Cuts Under Their Figure and Is Sustained by Sec retary Bliss. Secretary Illiss is apparently one of tlie Cabinet who is not beholden to tlie Sugar Trast for any past or prent favors. It i t rue, his is nor an elective office, but all the same, his name mayfigureln the debate which is bound to ensue over the refusal of the Indian Bureau to pay the trubt a higher price for sugar than it can be hail fiom foreign Importers TJie news comes from Now York, wlture i Sic transaction was had, that the Indinti Bureau ha- purchased 1,250,000 pounds or foreign granulated sugar from G. A Jahn, Of Woostcr street, for $.VJ,1"". The inter esting part of the purchase is that four New York agents and one Chicago agen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

pp " .S?Tvi- ?&&?3$$J&Sc&?S&Sg--& SVr-r ' 24, r .". - ? - THE MOB'KIKO- TIMES M.OBAY, MAY 31, 1897. t y HONOR THE PATRIOT DEAD 4L Eloquent Tributes to the Soldiers &" Who Died in Battle. SERMON OF . DR. JOHNSON The President and Many Distin guished Persons Among Ilis Audi tors' Rev. Dr. Couuty Preaches ut Paul's on the Mission of America and Work o Patriots. Scutcd racing the two tablets- set up in the Metropolitan M. E. Church to the mem ory or Gcrib. Grant and Logan, President McKinlcy yesterday morning joined the congregation of that church in a memorial service in honor or the heroes who fought and died that their country might not be destroyed. None or his family or official household accompanied Mr. McKinley. Tiie church wascrovydedlvithtnose who had come to ahsist in the patriotic duty Among oilier relatives or dead warriors preheat was Mr. John A. Logan. Rev. Hugh Johnson conducted the berviceb.a, tislcdby Rev. Dr. Milburn, tbe blind chap lain of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

i&z&r -4j-7- "& C. - f,-)-i' THE M011JS"I1S"G TIMES,, MONDAY. MAT 31,, 1897. 2Smc3 (KORITIHG, EV2SIHG AHD SUNDAY.) THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPffi iTlLSOJT HUTCHIIfS, President. EUTCHINS BUILDINO. I"ew York. OKI::: 2000 Tract Bnlldlns. SUBSCRIPTION 3ATE3. "WOSTJ1I.Y, T5Y CARllIEIt: iJorulng,' Evening and Sunday.. Kitty Cents Jlcnihtganu Sunday TUlrty-fivo Cents .Eieclngaud Sunday Thirty-live Cents BY MAIL. Ono Venr, Mornlug.Evcning and Sunday, J0.00 1 hrce Months ' " " J.50 One Year. Morning and Sunday 4.00 1 tree Montbs " " J. One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Months 1-25 bnnday only, ono year LOO Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Busi ness Ofllcc. IGJO. Circulation Statement. The circulation of Inn Times for the tcccTc ended Saturday, May 9, 1897, was as ictloics: Sunday, May 23 23,874 Monday. May 21 .' 37,5-13 'Tuesday, May 25... 33,432 Wednesday, Muy25 '. 38,492 Thursday; May 27 38,214 Friday, May 28..' 33...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

TS-V R y 'r ' -- -" THE MOKNISTa TIMES, MO 1ST DAT, IIAY 31, 1S0T. I?? "r" t? U. & Iinnsburgrli & Bro. S J Wo ivill lo open until f 4 noon today, Decoration i Day, and will he glad to ' servo you with any mcr- f cliandiso you mijjht need, J J and -as three Special Sales J 2 aro going1 on today and to- J morrow it might serve your $ f interest to conic during this 4 i important time. The Spe- cial Sales are in the Jew- f A clry Department, where we 4 are selling a lot of Jewelry r at ahout one-tenth the T price. -In the L-nvn Oe- i Jpartincntaudjn the "White Goods Department arc the 4 J other two Special Sales. 4 i ' i f 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. J x ' . -. fex Utlie - Bicycle Here j -1 On your own 1 Terms Easy t Monthly I Payments. r No nates no interest Every 4 wheel, Middle, and tire kept lu per- i J feet repair one YEAH FREE! J 1 See the "Fast Flier," at 500, and the "F F V.," at $70; Also "Postal," "Druid," and f f ''buburbau. j) 5 " CREDIT $ ? Tacks the Matting down fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

rC.p2 3-a"r .p2&3t. Stj5rjC v- THE 3rOI?NI5TG TIMES, .AtON DAY,- 1MAY 31, 1897. 6 iHHnVHBPVmimv------ -H- 'We're open 'til noon to day to give you a chance to secure one xf those $10 and $12 Suits we're selling for $6.25. Get one tefore you go on your Decoration Day jaunt e and you'll enjoy yourself all the more in the knowl edge that you've saved mone)'. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. Bic3'de Tires CHASE TOUGH TREAD, Akron, League, Hartford, Volt, Goodricj, Trim, Morgan & Wrght. Bicyole Repairing and Supplies. Liberal Discount to tho Trade Doremus & Just Co., Star Buildmjr. "Yale" Bicycle $50 "Admiral" Bicycle,". $50 At $2 a Week. Both '97 -wheels, with all up-to-date Improvements. Few $1(10 Stearns '96 at 567.00. JACOBS BROS., 1229 Pa. Ave. CELEBRATE 1 ecor.ition D i at the famous RAM'S HORN INN A iiii mail on the best dinner round asliington w lie.i i ou get there. Two Performances Today, at 2 and 7 p. uj. Atlantic Summer Garden, ivmhGst. THE DAY AT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

V" "v ' TBfB MQftSTINQ TDiftVMONgT, MAY 31, 1S97. rs "RyS"" 7V S ,5iOXI'X "iVANTETJ astj to loan. HONEY LOANED on collateral securities; no delay. CONFIDENTIAL, tliis oUiee. my3i-3t. MONEY TO LOAN From 35, to i?DO, to reliable' parties; no collateral "required. Central Bldg.,Room 8, 9th and Pa. ave. my24-7t.ein LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COL.LA1 eral. uch as life policies, stocks, tonus, building association shares, hyiiuicnto cCr tmea c, etc. No uelay. i LUKES & BAKER. 1110 F st. Take elevator. tf LwAJSri jjAJU. ON "1? UllNlTUlUS, HOUSES, ETC. Loansmadeon Furniture, Pianos, Hotscs, Wagons, etc., at lowest laics and quickest possible Mine. Strictly confidential Please call hefoie hecurh.g loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 010 F stiect northwest. MONEY TO LOAN S1.000 upward, at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent, on D. C. real estate; 260, $500, etc., at G per cc.it, all transactions conducted Willi economical consideration for borrowers. ! WILL1AMH.SAUNDEKS & CO., aplC-tr 1407 F ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 May 1897

fr-, SE O $100 Ho ! for City Brevities. The commencement exercises of the echool of graduate studies of the Colum bian University will be held in the hall of the university, Monday afternoon, June 7. Charles Hancock, residing at No. 821 Eleventh street northwest, while riding his bscycle along Tenth street yesterday, col lided with a -wagon and was seerely In jured. A fire occurred in the woodshed in the rear of a house at No. 1107 Ninth street southeast, occupied by James Gibson, shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday morning, and engine No. 10 was called out The blaze, was extinguished after causing a loss of $15. Joseph Jones, a colored man living at No. 220 B street northwest, dropped a lighted match through the bnnghole of a hair-filled whisky barrel while endeav oring to procure a Sunday morning drink. The liquor exploded, and the barrel flew into as many pieces as there were staveslu It. Jones was badly burned about the head, face and hands and had to be taken to the Emergency Hos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

N5' &'". -rrw .. - - 9 Weather probabilities. The Circulation of THE TIMES Teiter&j "WAS j tine. or the District of Columbia ami Mary land, fair, followed by increasing cloudi ness Wednesday afternoon; warmer; north erly winds, shifting to southeasterly. NO. 1,170. WASmGrTCHST, WEDNESDAY MOKNlVNGr, JUNE 2, 1897 .EIGHT PAGrES. ONE CENT. "i. V- " $f P ' ? 5-f4- " A mt H I' fl I) 38,6011 COPIES. THE DAUNTLESS CAPTURED The Guns of the Marblehead Com pelled Her Surrender. A STERN AND LONG CHASE The Cruiser Hail All She Could Do to Catch the Tug Work of Piu herton Spies Acting as Deputy 31nrhals Groans for the Wur shli Were Given- Key West, Fla.,. June 1. The cruiser Marblehead came ltere tliis noon with the filibustering tag Dauntless Jn charge as a prize. Tlie Dauntless was under fire before she surrendered. Hundreds crowded tlie docks as she came In, and throe groans were given Tor Uncle Sain'b val iant warship. The Cubans feel the dis appointment greatly, and vent their dis pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

THE AlOBJSTNTGTIMtS, JW-EDNVESDAT, JUNJ3 2. J89T. HOWARD'S IET TEACHERS Iiteresting Graduating Exercises in the Normal Department. President Rnukln Pre.sentu Diplo mas In Presence of a iJirse As serablage Fine Oration. 'he normal department of Howard Uni versity held its ewuineneenicnt exercii-es last night before an audience which filled the unlveisity chapel to the doors. The orations were by C Suiuner Taylor, on "The economic delects of slavery;" by Miss Donahoe, on "People called Chiis tians;" by MUs Mary A. Wcod, "The indus trial evolution of women;" by Louis A Bedding, whose theme was "The ideal hero." u Mi. Lucille Hunter was presented by lllnes) fiom delivering her address on "Self Mastery' which would otherwise have been the Hrst on the program. After a violin tolo by "Will M. Cook, which was encored, diplomat were pre sented by 1' resident J. E Rankin to the following iiienibera of the graduating class. Misses Katie E. Donahoe, Lucille R. Hunter, Eva M. Klngand Mary A. Woo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

.-t?Vf- 'tTiSSr $re&i&fr$$&'l ' THE 31QRN1NQ TIMES WEP-ESpAY, JUKE 2, 1897. J CAN HEAR APINBROP the Deaf Are. Made to Hear Again. Mr. Vogelsberger Tells of His Affliction. As AlhO Do Mr. Knott, Sirs. Groir, 31 r. Sherwood, Mr. Vermillion, Mr. Berkeley and ilr. Harford. A. Vogclisborger, 2018 Seventh st. nw., employed uc William Halm & Co's. shoe t bouse, 30 Seventh st. nv. , Wash ington, D. 0.---I wan so deaf when I went to Drs. McCoy and L'owden for treatment tliat I could not near people speaking acioss the table. I could bee their lips move, hut not a Avoid coulti I understand? - Now I can btandlnthe front room anu lune my wire speak .to me from the kitchen anu hear every woru mo says distinctly. No one icalizcs more than she does the great benefit. 1 hate received fiotn Dr. McCoys treatment, and wiiat an effort it was to make n.e understand when spoken to berore my hearing was restored. She would have to repeal everything to me sev eral times before I was able to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

w . 5i- j&kjfix " --ft V --- - j - THE HOBMHSTe EIHEaEDyESDAY. JUNE 2, 1897. ,v--.- v,4 QSmcg iHowrnrG, evehhg aho sujtday.) THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, ITItSOI? HTJTCHHTS, President. HTJTCHINS BTJILDINl. Tew York Officii 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION SATES. SIostoi-y; bv Carrier: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents iTerlng ami Suuday Thirtjr-flvo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Morning, Evening and Sunday, JO.OO Three Months - " 1.50 One Yrar. Morning and Sunday 4.00 1 bree Months 1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Month " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. .. 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms. iSO; Busi ness Ofucc 1010. Circulation Statement. The circulation o"Tiie Times for the te'eek aided Saturday, May 9, 1897, icas a$ iolloxrs: Sunday, Hay 23 23.871 Monday. May 24 37,543 Tuesday, May2S 38,432 Vcdncsday,May 20 38,492 Thvrtday, May 27 38,244 Friday, May 28 38.2SG Saturday, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

k-'fa.-r- 1 THE MOKyiNX TTMJL&yl WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 189T. 1 A S 1 3-" 5 JDausburfrh & Bro. j AN J 4 UNPARALLELED SHIRT WAIST OPPORTUNITY. Today and tomorrow we will sell you La dies' Shirt Waists worth $2.98, $2.39,52.75 $2.50, S2.25, $1.98, $1.75, $1.4S, $1.25 and $I.O0 For 79c, Some arcXiawn, Some are Batiste, Some diamine, in stripes, ligitres and dots. AH swell patterns, nobby in effect and perfectly made. Now, don't delay. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. J Get the Bicycle Here On your own Terms Easy Monthly Payments. No notes no interest Every wheel, saddle, and tire kept in per fect repair one YEAR FREE1 Bee the "Fast Flyer," at $60, and the "F. F. v.," at $70; Also Postal," "Druid," and "Suburban." Tacks the Matting down free makes, lays, and line the Carpet free no charge for waste in match lug ligurcs- Baby Carriages, $5 to $50. Refrigerators all sizes and prices. Woven Wire Springs, 51 75. 40-pound Hair Matties, $5. Oak Chamber Suites. $10 up. J Mammoth Credit House, 81...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

re, 6 THE MOKjmra TIMES, VDTESPAY, JTOTE 2, 139T 4 Take our advice and come at once if you want one of the S10 and $12 Suits from our famous $6. 25 sale. They're newest spring and summer style garments that cannot be equalled any where for less thaa $10 and $12. As long as the sale lasts you can take your choice for $6.25. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. BfTmTnnTTnnnmmnmmnmTTTnnnrTg I HIGH-GRADE i MAKERS t are offering- as a regular t eauinment, without adcli- rional cost to their buyers, r'TIDTCTV Anatom!caI LHRI5 1 I Saddles and agents will not lose a sal eon account of your pref erence. They cost more than inferior leather sad dles, and are worth more. t HEAR V EW, SIIOWIKG COII. SPUING P. When orderinc your whepl. Insist that you get a CHRISTY SADDLE. P Once a Christy rider P Always a Christy advocate. fc Booklet, "Bicycle Saddles from a : t rhybiciau's Standpoint," free. : I A.G.Spalding&Bros., I 1 01 3 Pa. Ave. suiiiiuimuuuiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiuauiiiiiii Spend...

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