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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TllVipS, SUNDAT, JULY 14, 1S95. 13 tkfMA Br -3 "" ? mzm&ii (CopvricW. 1805, by l!acl.ller. Johnson & Uaehollcr.l lit wa ii bad day lor Ouave Ronion -whon lie bawled tlie doctor two ounces or pure carbolic ared in a phial mttcad or two iixl ina. A paper was wrapped around V.tr ii tel wlnn lip carried it out, and the 1ctor. being occ.pui at the time, supposed, nucitaiilcally, that tlie acid liad heed t'Uiited with water, though lie ixHild not loinciuber whether or uot lit ljaci uidered dilution or the pritcriptiou. Ikit llii: Uivglit w quite pei functor "When, liowcwr, lie applied the pure acid the AVfliiiaa thriiked iu agony. He taw t owe there bad bi a mistake, and, iiHRtchtng a buttle or olive oil rrom liib ituxitcai caest.hipu ireJili po'.itiietortund iiteee. Hi nr.t thought had been lor Octavo, aiMl so he merely fallowed surprise wiisu the wiiiau eiled -out, and eairi "Straw?, atraape. madam, mat it -liouM act that ay. Tho di6easo lias laken a now tmn." Aft...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

14 THE "WASHINGTON TESTES, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1895. EXCURSIONS Mechanics' Lodge, Ho. 18, LO.O F. TO BAY RIDGE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. Tickets to bo had from E B. GHFGOin, 21SI l'a nvo j eo Tim low, v. &g. it n. DANIEL TAYLER, 7th nnd E sts., Atlantic Toa Compiuiy, and from committee, at depot, day of tho excursion Trains leave 9.15 a. m., 4:23 p. m. Um A GREAT AND . . . GLORIOUS TIME. JOLLY FAT MEN RIVERVIEW, MONDAY. JULY 15. 2-All'ttaiuintoii-Jviniethoro to celebrate vlth tbe Jul! lat Men rKTeunl Mn li Gaines and Sports. f200 in jol J gn eu in i r. s The Pentr. 'i.H a. in , 1:45 and C.80 p in . stop 4nc at Aloxaudna. Harry Randall, 4.33 and Hi p. m l5e TIC KL 1 -J5c Nelson Division No- 2, U. R. K. of P., TO BAY RIDGE, On Tuesday, July 16, Trnins leave B and O depot at 9.15 a m., mil 4:30 p in SPECIAL TRAIN jt 2 p. m. to aecommodato thoso who cannot Ipare the wholo day. All tickets good on all iraina Tickets, 75c. Children, 4-Oc. Tho Division will furnlbh special amusc-ncnts-baseball...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

15 Per Word Per Word o advertisement less than IOs. No advertisement less thnu IOs. THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1895. Oil COflt Word No advert! jsmant lass than IOs. One Cent A No advertisement less than IOs. One Cent & No advertisement loss than 10: j No advertisement Ics3 than IOs. i. So cdvcrtlscracnt less than 10s. irciufecfure . HEW AM) PROFITABLE PEO FESSION FOE WOMEN. Besides, Every Householder Should Know How to Plan and Beautify. AmHg the many fields of industry oc cupied oach year by womon, tliuL lowly, j fl(wtr-btt4arred field, the garden, teenii to liave lxvii strangely neglected And jet t there )b none in which in many respect. blu ib hy lier own nature and inat of the iik1hMi. more fitted to buceeed, and not only to tjucccetl 1q an industrial sense, but succeed in niidiiig at the ame time that great deKleratum a congenial, delightful and heaithrtil occupation Perhaps he has been frightened out of this sphere or labor by ihe spade, but the epade is not so ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNJ)AY, JULY 14, 1895. 1(5 l: . - (j ,JJL "'""" J- 'iZLLJj Q?r? T M F M f 3& 1 1 1 1& 1 h Sefc b i 5r a i OUR TYUD-SUVimER. BEGINS TO-MORROW. Many of our patrons put off buyInK their Summer Shoes until the announcement of our "MID-SUMMER CLOSING SALE." They know from past experience that It moans a legiti mate mark-down from our well-known low prices on every Shoe in our 3 houses Dunns this sale we shall positively sell good Shoes cheaper than you will be able to buy them again for years to come-for you know leather and many shoe materials have almost d Our large stores have got to be emptied of their entire Shoe contents before September to make room for our new Fall Stock, now in the works. Come Early and Secure First Pick ! tSr- REMEMBER! These Comlortablo black or tan goat lloiibo blippers, 95c Worth to-day $1 50, now Tan real Goat Licod Oxford Tioo auel ltomeos. r $1.37 Worth to-day $2, now. Gcnuino KJingiroo and good Calf felioes, "Worth to-day $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

or (El?eap.d5a5? Cure you tDitfy WASHINGTON, D.-C, lONDAY MOBKlNGr, JULY 15, 1895 -EIGHT PAGES. OXE CEKT. VOL. 2. JSTO. 4S5; K3y5fegSgsgSgSS5B35gl CHANCE FOR THE COMMISSIONERS, "At Augonstoln'e." nrnrainv-.riira.-i-iay-as n, of Germany, Like a ciioolboy on His Yacht. HIS JATJNT FOR SCANDLNAYIA I To-day For He i" . H Ml?niQmE10 Q Compare these prices with any you ever saw or heard fg of, and 3'ou'll find the lowest fejj of all. All below are very fc special. Largo Copper-bottom Wash esc lio.lera Wash Tube, best made, 50c, 60&, and 70c. each J dozen Decorntod Cups and saucers, ana m uezeu iwu Plates to match. Regular price $1.50 89c p Ja dozen Epg-Bhapo, Gold-band .trench nana Muym buu ouu cers, extra thin - 72c 1 25c 9c ISc 75c 65c 25o 28c 7 bars Oleino Soap. Wooden Wator Buokets. Japanned Bread Boxes 2-burner Largo Oil Stoves. Extra Large Slop Jars, beststono china - 21-quart Block Tin Dishpan, extra lioavy .. a! t$ dozen Lnsravod Goblets. PtypRffiio I 5 G 1 1 GREAT HOUSEITRSISH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

THE TVASELTOGrTO: TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1895. &k QS If nnd Elevontli fits. Etornco Warehouses IS J St. uoar M. 'LA nniNIi" FURNITURE TOUSH Is oars mado by ut dlseovorod by is backed up by our guarantee. A Good-staod bottle for a quarter. -Iots more of those $9 Solid Oak CHIFFONIERS for $6.50. The3re hand some, have 5 drawers and carved top are great1 value. Se the WIN IX)W PULL of BOOK CASKS, with ready-mado Curtains Wo make for you auy sort of curtain that's desired. And wo don't cijargq much for it, cither. Wedding presents, lSifth- day presents there is noth-" ing so suitable as Jevfeiiy for presents. Engraved Silver Belt Buck les are very fashionable. Diamonds, Watches, Card Cases, Studs, Card Trays, Combs, Brushes, are always welcome presents. Solitaire Diamond Rings in perfection. Gems set and unset. C. U. DAVISON, - The aristocracy of PRINTING. The kind we. turn out. Estimates furnished J MoGILL & WALLACE, Printers, 1HC V. rtret N. W. 'Phone. 1SJI Do '0u prefer to l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

THE WASHrtfGTCTtf TIMES, V"0KD'AT7 JTJLY 15, 1895. 3 s 2 "Good Things" For To-day. House-clean-in or hpo-inc fn- 5ft. & & fday and the I things" ever touted- are these "odd" coats and vests left from $10 to $20 suits which we are running at $5. And the "odd" trousers left from suits, and some of which were $5 and $6, which we are running- at $1.65. Both are "lead pipes" and jou should hurry -and get your money down. Parker, Bridnet & Go., Clothiers, 315 7th St. 25 Cents Month Puts a Siemens Lunren Gas Lamp in your store or show window. Throws a light that Is brighter than electricity and far more ao eirnole Safest, bec.nuso it is eus pendwd from the wiling and tho lla:i. ig imposed in a glass clobo, "5c jer month rental. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. Better light J Vs Than gas bettor power than steam Electricity. Hotter light because It's steadier and whiter. Better power because it's cleaner and more stable and cheaper. When you're ready to put up electric lig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, S'KXNDAY, JUXY 15, 1893. The Washington Times (Evrnv pay in titk Yeail) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, Boutmvtest Conner Pkvnst vama avenue and Tbxth Stkket. ToJejvbone rdil-orial Rooms, -J3G. Ihi&iuess Onleo, ."37. Trice. Batty TdMoa One Cent buaU) I rtttten Torso Cents ltj She iwfi.iU Thlrty-llvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C., JULY 15, 1895. e'.isc rile-. lo i be TIiuch" 111 cuiile-.' v f"r Ii I'romplH reporting mir tll. courlcbi of collector, or ne-H-ct of duty tn i1k purl of iliu carrier. Cnmpluluta flllir lij mull or In porteon Mill rrce'lv prompt ut'eiitlun. I'npnra hIiouIi tie eli-live-reel (o till pints or iIib oitj lij- :JI oollt ouoli mciriilnci including Sutnlni "Tlio "Vn-liliitn Times" 1 h miu t)ir ot tlie Ileie-lidnlo Co-operatlo s0. cleety. TAKE THE TI.M31S WITH YOU. Summer Outliut, Will Xot He En Joj od U iileis It Goes Alonir. The t-uiiiiner title of pleitHiiro anl lieultli-j-eel.Ts lias net In tow aid mountain,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

TUB AVASKESrGTQy- TIDIES, HOBDAY, JULY 15, LS93. CCOOO-O&'CXSCCCS YOUNG BRICE IN THE ARENA I V EMR1CH. Senator's Son Will Do a Bareback Act in the Eonian Hippodrome. We always f V 6 i ! Li -k CORRECT V0$.- V a flrr - 9 j Wrappers, l 89c, I ? &X f ag o q 5 -3l 0 aw S sgj' r'UiWajl-SSlnSV v f f This elegant fitting Wrapper, made of fine Percale, In all desirable shades, light and dark; also mourning prints, made with a wide pointed collar, fin ished on edge with wide Novelty Braid. Full Leg-o'-mutton sleeves. Tight-fitting lining to the waist, Watteau plaited back, full gathered front from collar. Belted in with girdle. The skirt is wide and 59-in. in length. Sizes 32 to 40. Price 89c. The "GO-AWAYS" can make use of our Mall Order Department for samples, infor rna'ion or shopping. All com n uiications carefully attended to Weare just as careful with mail orders as .f you came in ptron. lWki. G I i2Q. J'22. 42-1. 426 7tt Si. A Every Refryerator And Ice Chest Is offered This Wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

THE -WASimsTCTOlSr TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1895. ey m THE .JUDGE'S , DECISION, Li ILifS THEK13 IS NO APPEAL Rev. Dr. McCarthy's Sermon on the Hymns We Sing. Mismated People Have an Easy Way Out of Trouble. That is, if you want to socuro ono of those II.T.nd30ma Solid Gold Watches which we ar giving away to everybody purchasing lots from us, as there aro but a few watchea left. Just Think of It, a Choice Home Site for Only EySTJtfertJ He Decides for Dr. Walker and Swears-to His Statement. AvcvvV5ii. Don't-BeToo Late! TAKE 'EM smw AT (sir Js? 0 Eg Straw Hats-A Store Full $1.2S Hats, $1 Hats, 75g Hats, We've bunched 'em all at "Thirty-nine Cents. " UlIIiiI rHArib 3 hw i III 800 Ua Bo You Wait Cheaper to? If so, write your name and address in this coupon and send it to THE TIMES. NAME ADDRESS 77 You can help to save Washington a half million dollars each year by writing your name and address in the above coupon and sending it to THE TIMES, to be used in preparing a petition to Congress ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

THE WASHESTGTOK TIMES, JVIOJSDAY, JULY 15, 1S95. 008 OOflf Word Jvo advertisement less than 10a. Per Word' Per Word 4 Per I mi No nticrtlscmcnt Ics3 than 10s- No advertisement less thnn 10a. No cdvertisemcut less than 10s. I HHsno Pflfnf Per mm mill word I No advertisement loss than 10o. OllS uBOl Word Noadvertiscmsnt Iosj than tO. 00 bSili Word No advcrtlsamcnt loss than lOa Rev. Dr. Kent's First Sermon on the Lord's Prayer. REALITY OF FATHERHOOD Lndioatod by Christ In tlioKirsst Chms.e of 111 :uppllcntloii Spirit of tbo Family Mn-t Do Curried Into All the isolation) of Life The World Lemming;, Each ThmiRh Slowly. Rev lr Alexander Kent, of the People's Chwch. began yufeierday nioriuag a series of Hemiotw, mii!i the Lord's piajcr :ii his theme In the course contemplated. Dr. KeHt vrtll subordinate the economic and gnclat laurs, for home time past promi nent in hie Sabbat!' diMXtum-o. although they -H-iil hih be whollj eliminated Hid idea le to iwech eight tenuous, the first f win -a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 July 1895

s TIIE WASEOOS GTOT TIMES, jUOD AIT, JULY 15, 1S95. Sri,fr Have devoted one counter in our Furnishings Depart ment for thedispla' and sale of all broken lots and slightly soiled articles as they accumulate from day to day. It should be a BARGAIN counter in the true meaning of the term, every article on it will be. sold at one-half or less of original prices. Here are a few items to be found there to-day 50 White and Fancy Shirts". 25c, 50c and 75c each. 4 suits Pajamas, odd sizes.rr. :..$1 per suit. 1 lot Jersey .thingr Suits..:..:.-. :.":.. -90c per suit. 49 pairs Plain and Embroidered Socks, regular 50c quality, sizes 9 to 1 1 .. : 25c per pair. 16 prs. Balbriggan Drawers, fancy colors, 25c per pair. 1 lot Leather Belts, 50c and 75c ones 25c each. 1 lot Umbrellas at Half price. Miscellaneous lot soiled Collars and Cuffs, all sizes and styles: Collars 1c each. Cuffs 2c pair. All Sun Umbrellas 9Sc. Don't fail to take advantage of that $5.75 sale of $10, $12, and $15 suits and coats ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

te g. Ctre IJon XDitl? 5or CI?eap as? . 3: VOL. 2. 2ZO. 4SG. WASHrNGrTCXtf, D. C, TUESDAY MOKNXNQ-, JULY 16, 1895 JEIGcELT PAG-ES. OJB CESTT. SAVING MONEY AND MAKING PAUPERS ALFARO IS GA1MG FAVOR TMCIIfi ML DAVaPDflT Latest Clews Point to His Death in tlie "Chrome Pits." Filibusters from the United States Safely Landed. Yet He Must Fight -to Overcome the Clerical Influence. East Deanewood,DX. A Rare Opportunity to Secure a Fine Building Lot, 25x 140 Feet, in the District for 3125 on Easy Payments. EAST DJJAN33WOOD is a fine level subdivision about three miles from the Capitol Building-, the plat of which is recorded in the District Surveyor's Office, County Book 9, page 101. The streets are 90 feet wide and con form to the cit- plans. 600 shade trees have been planted, with boxes around same. All lots have 19 feet of parking1 and Tun back to 20-foot alley. Lots are 25 feet front by 140 deep and all on GRADE. D, E, F, and G streets northeast extended run throug-h East Deauewood. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

2 THE WASIIINaTCXN" TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1895. tt'.-ht I MiJglJIIIII b &ELM1 I" and ricx euth -ts Etorase AVareaousos 2Jd St. noar M. "la reine" rrnxiTi'nE rousn Is oure made by us discovered by us banked up bj our guamntoo A good-slzod bottle for a quarter. Lots more of those $9 Solid Oak CHIFFONIERS for $6.50. They're hand some, have 5 drawers and carved top are great value. Se the WINDOW FULL of TOOK CASUS, with redy-mado Curt aim Wo raaVe for sou any sort of curtain tlml's desliod. And wo don't churgo much for it, either. It's well to know of a good, reliable jewelry. My best endeavors and ambition are to be a jeweler you can put every faith in. There's more to it than 3011 think. C H. DAVISON, 11051" St, K W. Your postal brings a wagon pell-mell for 3'our "wash." TOLMAN STEAM LATJNDKT, Oth a4 C streets " W. The aristocracy of PRINTING. The kind we turn out. Estimates furnished. MoGSLL & WALLACE, Printers. IHC t Mreet N W 'Phoao, 15 There is all the difference in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TTJpESDAT, JULY 1C, 1895. 3 YOU CAME -FOR THEM! ,Wj Yes, there was apicLijsicauy j stream all da- yesterdar for S3, $4, $5, and $6 "Odd" Trousers for Si. 65, and the $10, $12, $15 tip to $20 "Odd" Coats and Vests we are running at $5. You'll notice, incident ally, that others attempted a similar sale. You'll also notice how much lower we cut ours and there are no "war relics" in ours. Depend upon us to lead Bhvays. Parker, Bridget &Go Clothiers, 315 7th St. GENERAL SPORTING NOTES. The English yachtsmen teem to be xcr confident that the Valkyrie is going to -wiii the cup. Shrewd Judges Bay thai in a light wind, one nrong enough to Keod the yachts over the thirty-mile course in ix hours, the Valkyrie if twenty five to tinny minutes faster than the Britannia. In the English races the Britan nia always beat the Vigilant sailing in light Treat her, fco to lieat the Valkyrie the Befendcr will nave to be a wonder in deed. T1k second race tailed by the Val kyrie wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

THE WASIirJSTGTO:N TIMES,. 'TUESDAY, eXTJLY 1G, 1 893 --.- TheWashingtonTimes (Evert dat ih the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, southwest cokj.er tennsti vajfia avcnue akd Tenth Street. Tolopbouo Editorial Ilooms, 13G. Business Office, KV. Price, Bally Fdltion One Cent Sunday I-dltion . Three Cents By Ihe raen'.h Tulrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. a, JULY 1G, 1S25. Suli-.r nlnrs to "Tim Time' w HI cmifr h itnor lv promptly report Ins; Hiiy liMNuiri).y of collectors,, or iitj; lct of dtitv on t lie part oft lit- currli'r.i, Complaint, ,t.li.r by mull or in por tion will rIc prompt attention. Paptr .lioiild lMd'Ilerd towll parts of tin irv 1 ss::i) ocltok ueli inurn Jn;;, liioliulliiji Sunday. "Tim Wulii:urton Time-." In a nmin ler of the Ituclidnle Co-operMtie So ciety. TAKE Till! TIMES WITH YOU. Summer Oi:llnn Will Not Ho En joyd Uii1ik It Gop. Almi;;. Tin t-Kiniiitjr tldt of pIoa.iir ami lieultli--oelr lia-. t-.et in tow aril mountains, ".prln...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

TEE ASHrJSTGTOlS" TIMES, TUESDAY-, JULY 16, 1S95, ay. i&MSBP . , will sketch for p'casuro, belectmg from the collection lie will made, fctrCles for tjo winter. Mr. J S aiehter is nlio at Round 31:11, nnd other artisU are expected to oln them later on. Mr. "Weyl aid lamily will probably lenial n until October to enjoy the autumnal scenery. "Kintro Talace." I EMRICH. i GOOD MORNING. It will be fairly air tc-day; eoo'er, and the ajtetn on very fine " "" m"fxit ''TB'TiTBiiir'i "Tirrf"i ' , -We Prleess; airs. Horatio Kmg is at South .Newton for the simnrer, and will not return until the middle of September. ! ? ($ - 3 f SOMETHING f EXTRA Q V - - 9 f NAPKINS. f f - . ol To s & Asyou will seothe prices are consid erab.y less than the usual prices. 5COJ-r?n IS-i-ch Rsd Bord&i sd German Dam as"? Frhced Doylies. Worth 32c. for 60c Dozen. ?l 9 f lOO Dszsn 20-inch P. "d Bordered Plain Linen Lunch Napkins. Woi th 51.25. for Cl.00 Dozen. ! lOO Dozen IS-inch B eachod Irish Damask Napki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

THE WASgiyGTOy TOTES, TUESDAY, JTOT 16, 1895. i STRAW HATS THATWEBESI-25. SI, 75c. CAN'T LAST FOREVER. THEY'RE GOING FAST. wS-V&c Talk Quick. ENRY r-BANC Gb OOH, Cor. 7th and D. AMERICAN HORSES IN GERMANY. Even Willi Frol-rlit Charge. Tlioy Aro Sold Cheaper Tlmn Natives. The Department of Biate Las received Information from Commercial Agent-Murphy, dated at Luxemburg, bboming that American hoiscs have been successful r im ported a'ld deposed or in that market, A translation of au article appearing in a LuxemUirg pnj)er, bearing directly on this subject, accompanies Mr. Murphy's report and bays "That the itonc markets have been 11 ore largely attended than heretofore is due to the fact that whole bhip louds of horses liav come from America. These are puwhaeed in Aiiftvira h agents sent owr for the puipose by a number of North German dealers -who have united in this frpoi ulation. Jn Hpite of transportation and in surance charges ii0 marks ($15) per horse their pice here is less t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

THE WASHESTGrTON TOLES, TUESDAY, JTJLT 16, 1895. ! One Hpnf PER mm Usui word. I No advertisement less than lOo. siq Pont Per m belli Word Per Word Per Word One Cent & No advertisement loss than 10: 0l18 GOOf Word No ndvortlscmont I93 than 103. ISO hml Word No advcrtlsomout loss than 10a. No advertisement less than lOo. No advertisement less than lOo. No advertisement less than lOo- One Gent BOLES FSB TBE PBIBTEB! Civil Service CQmmlssion Issues the G. P. 0. Regulations. PEEFAKED FOE EXAMINATION On Ansuht First nndEvory Day There after Tln"o Wlio "Want l'luccs us Cnipi(-ltrs, Pressmen, Bookbind tm iittd lor .Minor To.lt Ion-. "Will Be Put Thronsliu "Course of Sprouts." Tl CvM Service Commission is now prejtrori t examine applicants for the ItobiOmts of compositor, prhjwiii aud bookbinder in the Govommont Printing Office and fa;-, minor positions in that office, SHCh as feeder, helper, folder, sewer, counter, nuinberer, gatherer, etc. An examination lor these positions "will lie h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 July 1895

TILE -WASHINGTON TIMES, TtTESDAT, JTJLY 1G, 1895. -fl WHAT LL snap For big men. This Suit aud Coat aud , Vest sale of ours. Just think, our regular $10, $12 and 15 Suits and Coats and Vests (no pants to match) from 15, 18, $20 and $25 suits, at $5.75. They are mostly 38, 40, 42 and .44 chest measure, but each and every one of them is worth at least twice the price asked. Plenty of small sizes in those odd Suit Pants and the $4, $5 and $6 ones from our regular stock we are selling at $2.25 per pair. There is a good choice here now, but won'tbe long judging from the way they went yesterday. ooinson, I2TH AND F STS. SI "CREDIT IS - ill IS OUR CREED." f 'v & I mU- with you. We'll promise that you shall have all the credit you want for FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS DRAPERIES REFRIGERATORS BABY CARRIAGES through our r inij cm if PS F" E B ? tWB (fTi H?5 m M CUU EHDLC UnCUII dIOlUll ij without signing airy notes or paying an' thing extra for the accommodation upon your promise that you wi...

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