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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 October 1895

-Sv -S - tv THE MORNING TIMES. fe&RI DAY, OCTOBER 25, 1895. f t 9 9 f 9 ? 9 J Lansburgh & Bro j THIS IS OURS WE CONTROL IT. This is the very best One Dollar Corset made. We looked into every detail before we accepted this as our Standard Corset So sure are we of the wear and- fit of it that wo guarantee it ia every detail. Money refunded if not satisfactory either in wear or fit. Made of jean, with satteen strips, extra long waist, high and heavily boned bust, two side steels on each side, boned with very best French bone, edged with heavy silk edging. Sizes IS to 30. In White, Black, and Gray. We can fit you sure, even if you do live out of the city. 8 In orderin? state siza desired. & 420. 422, 424, 426 "th St. The Clouds of Prejudice that once obscured the merits of good Butter ing have happily passed away. The sunshine of intelligence and knowledge has dispell ed the ignorant and wrong impressions. Unscrupulous and un skilled makers of but terine were in part re spon...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 October 1895

"5t -'r, - THE MOUSING TIMES, FiflDAT, OCTOBER 23, .1895. Daily Bargains. 15 Per Cent Discount Off Everything in Our Store for the next three days. This is just a pleasant little surprise for our customers. It isn't to run off old stock. It is simply to boom our business. Everything in the store will be subject to 15 per cent discount off the marked prices. AH Our Furniture and you won't find any larger or better assortment in the city. All Our Carpets the finest stock we ever handled every make and weave you can think of all new and pretty patterns., All Our Draperies our immense stock of Curtains and Portieres Noltinghauis, Real Brussels, Swiss -Tambours, Chenilles. The 'marked prices are wonderfully low. Remember, this discount Is only ror 3 days. Wash. 8. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. GOOD TfciORU& at Jloderate Prices. That's the basis of our business. No better garments' than ours for the money. No larger or more com plete stock to select from. Every detail of the male ing, tri...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 October 1895

5S! 7? & tri'S9 rrjr-i3R.7n Vyy THE 310 11 STING TIMES. FHIOAY OCTOBER 25, 1895. THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. SPECIAL NOTICES. TO the Bondholders and Stockholders of the Washington andGeorcetown Railroad Comjiany anil tho Ktocktioldera of the Rock Creek Railway Company, ol tlio District or Columbia. Notice is hereby given tliat the Capital TracUonCompany Is now ready tocxchange, according t tlio terms of the contract be tween tlie Rock Creek Railway Company of the District of Columbia and the Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company, its Btocfcfor the liondslssucil by the Washington and Geoxelown Itailroad Company. Tlio holders or xuili bond are requested to send lliem to tlte iindefigncd fur Midi exchange on or before the Kjtliof Octobcrnext. The failure tosureiideranyhucli londs. for such cxiliungr. on or before Iho 1st-if Xoumbfr iiextwitlbcliijMlnnearcrusaltnMi exchange sueUbouds rorMnrfc. lutercstt n...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 October 1895

t -p's- -t-v; xi"tlirs3!t --- t.V . MWWA-Vi WBLiJnJ& W- A. - ,L. - t MUWJ rir: i -sk-- r-- - "-v- -.. ;f i f - T- " "" , f" "- "i THE MOBNDJTG TIMES, ERIDAY,' OCTOBER 25, 1895. OUR IMPRISONED BY SPUN LOOKING TO THE FUTURE TEN DOLLAR Suits and Overcoats are not the average $10 qualities. They are $12 and $12.50 ones as other people reckon values. Our $12 ones arc their $15 ones. Our $15 ones their $18 and $20 ones, a nd so on up to the finest. More value for your money and a larger variety here than in any other store in town. Sec that $1.50 Derby of ours. It's equal to any $2.00 one in town. All the newest shapes. All sizes. But only one color (black) and that guaranteed. FLEECE HEALTH UNDER WEAR is just the thing for this weather. You'll find it only here. All sizes, in all grades for Men, Women, and Children. Other makes of Underwear for those who want it More variety and better value than any one disc can show. Prices, 50c. to $5. 00 per garment, Robinson, Ghery & Co., I2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

55f - '? , THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Fulr. No Change In Temperature. Westerly "W Inds. VOL. 2. NO. 3S8. DXTEEINI EVERY TMUS STRUCK People who Love to Read Will Devour the Sunday Times. WHAT KIND DO YOU WANT? The people's great double daily newspaper has successfully in vaded the field of the magazine. After devoting six days a week to the perusal of two daily edi tions of Tim Timus, the intelli gent public of Washington is supplied every seventh day with literary matter that cannot be excelled by any of the best peri odicals. This is not only true with re gard to The Times, but it is the case in other great cities. It furnishes the often-asked reason why the monthlies and semi-monthlies have had to come down to bed-rock prices, and even then they can't compete with pa pers which, like Tub Times, not only have the bast literary mat. ter that the home and foreign market affords, but also present concisely, correctly, and charac teristicall3" the news of every day and Sunday, too. Put three ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

rf;!iP5sBei9&H&5?5FlZTSB"&'s: mBjtflgfi& r35"SS3 ft 3TS -"-sljV- -&prr3-0:rw$5 a?ygjygBiasy- - - "- z. - THE MOBBING TIMES, , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. WMOS EM! akSoNa. F Streot Corner Lleventh. Storage Warehouse, ii!d near 31. 10,0C0 worth or choicest ORIENTAL ItUOS are hers on consisnmeot for us to sell at prices loner than aro eTer likely to be Quoted again. Tbo rale will oatl Monday. Another splendid show ing of LAMPS and SHADES here now. Seems as if we couldn't ever get stock enouerh. thousrh, and enou these ma- all be gone by the . middle of next week. BANQUET LAMr, with EOld base and tount, silver flsu.-e of uplJ, up holding fount .. ............... ..51.45 NEW &I!AD!2. In new coloring-, at ' speclnltylowpnces Old ones at 50 per cat discount ONYX TABLE, with gracefully shaped solid brass legs. e'U lrame aud shelf S.1.85 OAK riNIII TAISIJi,-Rlth sholf, top t? inches square, vain sl.tO for....95c "I wunt to b the Jeweler who conies into yournilnd first...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

rfuPt? 1T "1S THE 310KNING TJQIES, SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1893. I About the Boys' Suits g at two-thirds Value I r-j "We might as well hare termed this a " Baiik- rupt ' ' Sale of Boys' Clothing for, as we stated ns yesterday, the firm failed directl' after selling us the bints and rants at Here are the lots again: BOYS' SUITS AND SEPARATE PANTS. 1 lot of Boys- All-wool Winter Suits In neat dark tntternisfff "IT sizes 4 to 1G. Worth SiW J) I . 0 1 lot of Hots' All-wool Suits. double knee and seat, c half dozen or moro attractlvndark $2.50 $3.00 patterns. Fully worth L. 1 lot of Boys Fine Dressy All-wool Cheviot Suits, Mack and nary Llue, lino soft ma terial, sateen lining and Mould be cheap at 5..., Bora All-wool Navr Blue 'Chinchilla Hoofers: velvet collar, checked cloth lining, 5 (r flfl Icketa Wolthl'J .P'r.UU PARKER, BRIDGET CLOTHIERS, 315 7th mmm ' ST jm &'WW&o t We want your trade and that of every man who well dressed. Now we can dress you In the vary height of fashion ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

-.-- J. '?-- --- -"" - -"VZff-iySi- -'S.V- ; -- THE M.OBJSTING TIMESLSATUKDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. ThBWashinolionTimBS (Uooxoto, ETTKraa, asm 9cxd.it.) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDKO, BOSIHWEST COBICIB Plnren.TANU ATE.XE AKD Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SJ. Business Ofllce 337. Price Morning or Erenlni Edition. .Ono Cent. Sunday Edition. .....Three Cents. Monthly by Carrier Morning aud Suuiay. Thlrty-flTa Cents ETenlng Thirty Cents. Horning, ) Evening and J- FllTT Cents. Bungay. ) WASHINGTON, D. C. OCTOBER 2G. 1893. Subscriber to "Tlio Times" will confer n furor by promptly reporting any discourtesy of collector or neg lect of duty on tlio part of cnrrlerw. ComiiliilntK t-ltlier uy mull or In per son will recelto prompt intention. The Morntnji Edition ohonlil bo' de livered to ul I parts ot tlio city by U::10 o'clock n. m., Including Sunday. Tliu EypjiIiiji Edition Kliould bo In tlio bunds of subscribers not later tbun 5:30 p. m. Rejerted nuiniiNorlpts ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

3- -v t"' 'jf $wr V - V V 'S-st-"'i! " - i-S ' 5 -. THE MOBNtNG TIMES, jSATUKDAX, OCTOBER 2G, 189i V ' -- '-C -? i 1 1 Qiichiirnrh 9. Prn ! f LUIJOUUIfcll -UIU? f I KEEP YOUR FEETWARM Nothing more essen tial to good health than warm, dry feet and t f nothing more produc tive of this comfort than substantial Foot . wear. Men's Lltxlit-welzhtall- .velxli t r t t f t woo! Half Hose In natural eray. roll rcc' :25 c uiar inaac. I'nlr. Men's Alt-wool Half Hose, very heavy weight. In erny or black- 25 c Pair. Men's Cashmere mixed Half Hose In Dark Browns and Mixed Tans. Ulsh i 25 spuceJ heels and to;s air Black Cashmere Hair Hose, all wool, me t f J t t . I 4 dium weight, special QCC prico 03 I' Pair. All - wool Cashmore Half Hose In very heavy weight. In grays, blues, tans, modes, etc. Made with largo size elas tic cuff, and finished with French heel and toe. Only. Our finer grades of English Cashmere Hose for Men in heavy weight, also medium super weights. In natural gray, tan, mixod or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

-' v--v-;; Py .i -S& - -I. - FW r-'V 'srvsr 'Ft: ili-? i K-iS 1 -"". " - T -y"7 .- , j,i - - -j , 5. -!3 " - " ."!-' Xr OCTOBER 2G, ? 18i)2. TIIE MOKNING- TESLES, SATUltDAY, Daily Bargains. 15 Per Gent Discount Off Everything in Our Store- for the next two days. This is just a pleasant little surprise for our customers. It isn't to run off old stock. It is simply to boom our business. Everything- in the store will be subject to 15 per cent discouut off the marked prices. All Our Furniture and you won't find any larger or better assortment in the city. AH Our Carpets the finest stock we ever handled every make and weave you can think of all new and pretty patterns. All Our Draperies our immense stock of Curtains and Portieres Nottiughams, Real Brussels, Swiss Tambours, Chenilles. The marked prices are wonderfully low. Remember, this discount Is only for 3 days. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. Of all the tempting dishes, for breakfast for a light lunch for supper none can compa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

"r.--l-S 5-ptFT.- THE MOKNXfTG TIMES. SAT,IJTIDA.Y OCTOBER 2fi, 1895. THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CjENTS--ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. . . . ,w jr HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED-J lady wlshtsuiuu to work oround Mure and saw wood and tiuul home. COMFORTABLE, 0G Pierce st. It WANTED-A barber, al211GPa.ave. -da . It TVANTED-A while barber at once. .ll l'ii. ac. so. It WANTED-""! n.an; ernes. H14 13th nir. bring reter lt WANTED- Ouellcensule-iigliic-cr. nth 8t iiw. . (',10 It xv a wrwn la litre sotx'r and ludustrl- ousin in by the diy to pntnt rough walls ot brisk house; niusthring loug ladilir; slate wages expected. Address "CAREFUL," this office. It WANTED-Energetic orgarlzer Tor an acuilim and sick benrlit socniy; nod territory; liberal pay. 11. 1). GUNN. 021 13th k. ii r. Item WANTED- white barber for Sat ird.i. JJ0 l-2Cst.ce. lt.eoi WANTED-3 colored men for drum ming, tan make between S3 and $3 per day. Address or apply 1825 K St. uv. oc25-2t.em WAN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 October 1895

. MsfG'.wjw-t'?5WsrE il""- rsr!Sc?r- THE JIOKNING TIMES, S.A2TUBDAY, OCTOBER 26, 189&. Children's Clothing is one of the biggest features of our business (not a side issue us it is with others). One entire floor is Ucvotcd.jotb.e wnts of the short uamswc'arcr'S boys from'2jrto 16 years. Suits, Overcoats, Reefers and all other wearables in an endless variety of styles, fabrics, colors and pat terns, and all grades, from the cheapest that is reliable to the finest to be obtained anywhere. One of our strongest lines is our $5.00 grade of Top Suits and Reefers. In it j-ou'll find the same quali ties as in other people's $6 and 7 lines, but made better and fit better and more stylisli than theirs. Another big value grade is the Long Pants Three-piece Suits, sizes 15 to 19 years, at $7.50. . Single Breasted Sacks, in plaids, checks, Scotch mixtures and plain blue and black cheviots. The equal of any $10 suit in town. Finer ones at all prices, up to $25. Boys' and Children's SHOES, HAT...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

---)?"5ES-?KS?3 c&imes FRESH HEWS EVERT 12 E01S 50C.-A HQHT3 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Fair. Warmer. Southerly Winds. SUNDAY, ETEHDta M VOL. 2. iJSTO. 5S9. VTASHiyGTOy, D. CM STTINDAY MOENIXG;: OCTOBER 27, 1895.--TWEXTT PAGES. THBEE CENT. DXTEEIN FA "HU tvj-nTiv?-;?1"'""- i in 1 1 mi Hi fJtV iWUMTi oToe GES OF WEWS EVERY H-2 JRS. H 23CTS0A'DAY i M. GOLDENBERG, 928 7th St., formerly Carhart & Leids. f f t f t t This will ever be a "bargain" store. It shall be our one and only aim to sell jou-tho same quality of merchandise an other stores, at lower prices. We shall be able to do this because wo shall buy In large quantities to supply both this store and the one In Baltimore. Wo shall conduct this bus iness upon the strictest principles of equity, alwajs striving to please ou alwajs making Batihlactory what is not satisfactory. Nearly eery bit of merchandise now on hand -is absolutely new. We have alwut closed out the Carhart .t Lidy stock. Wo shall uowcommone;- to make this store j...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

tw-' ???agzpi.&migjpi&f aru-"9-3SF PsSjsKsswp; rrasJwsw! rS? THE AIOBXNG TIDIES, gUyPAY, OCTOBER 2?, 1S0S. aTOSIf FStreat I Storage Warehouse, Corner Elorenth. J Kid near 11. Ass for onr little pamphlet on Oriental Carptts and Hugs. It's" full of Inlorest. f Our Carpet Department. Your best buying in terest always lies with us no matter what you want, whether it's Furniture, Car pets, Draperies, Upholster ies or Wall Papers. The big departments are always crowded to their limit with everything )rou can fancy. Take the Carpet Depart ment. There's no room you can't carpet tastefully from that stock; and prices enough to say we invariably win trade on them. Some specially big values this week. - Special Bargains in our Carpet Department. 030 yards good quality all-wool In grain Carpet; cbolce rattorna. Spe cial price, 43Kc Kensington Art Squares. - . Heavy quality, in cbolce pattern! and colorings. , Regular Special price, price, 12, IJ$i3 yards $3 T5 -JS 75 " 11, JJ iZft yards...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

ftSSvSjp THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27,"' 1893. 3 A Bed-room Suite lor $18.00. S?iSh eOHFESSEOHANY CRIMES Police Find Thsy Have a Big Catch in John Adams. M Hie Bon Murcho. Larasburgh's Rink. -fcansburgh's Rink. i This magnificent Bed-room Suite is a bargain among bargains made of Quartered Oak, strongly put together and finely finished, an unusually large bevel plae glass mirror, 30x24 inches three pieces to the suite, besides an excellent wire spring and a splendid quality, all-hair mattress. This suite is really worth a great deal more, but by careful buying we are able to sell it for $18.00. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D Streets N. W. ALL BECAUSE OF A DINNER Boarding House Eow that Landed Two Men in Cells. John Kenny Ik In the IIoxpliuI and the End In Not Yet In Sight. There was a lively fracas last nlglit In tlic boarding hojso ot Mrs. Sarah O'Leary, No. 211 Second street northwest, and as a result one of the participants Is under treatment at the Emergency HoKpital for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

?.v-3, ?V$&rz &lF ifbiJWsZSJ&rl "X"-1 X;-tf THE. JlOImOTIMES, SUXD'A.Y, OCTOBER" 27, 1895. TliBWashingtonTimes (MORM-SC, nvESINd, AKB 3CVD1T.) OWNlfJ) AND ISSUED BIT The Washington Tirass Company TIMES ECILDIXQ. SCmiWESTCOKSEBrET.STI.TAMA ATESCE fD 1 EKT1I MTRJ-T. Telephone Editorial Rooins, 4M. -Business link o'3"'7. rrico Voromc or vpulug EiH'ion..OnB-Cant. Eiindnj Fclition. Throe Cents. llonlbly by Carrier t Slornlag and Sunday. Thlrty-llvo Cents Evening Thirty Cent. - "Uornlnc, I-.ventugandV Fircr Cents. bunJay, ) WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBEK 27-J995,. nejected iiiitiniMsrliut. nro UHtiiilly returj.cd when ucconipiiiiled by Ktiinip-, but nny obligation to do wi la expressly dlNii"ovcl. Mnmicrlpt nnacconipntiled "by tOKtnc-e "'ill not bo returned. i . THC TIMES CIHCULATION. iToti'TlinnFlfty-onoTrionwiiiilGreater Tlum Its, Clo-cst Competitor. The attention of advertisers and the pub-' lie generally Is called to Uie solid trppt,pj The Times circulation. TWO HUNDRED AND TWE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

;r "s -j- u -i4r- -'-$ " Sf"- rtfE MORNING- TIMES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1895.. ,2 -r- P-T s Lansburgh & Bro. I t t J f f f t t t Wc deliver packages Tor Brookland, Brlghtwood and A'exandria dally, and make three deliveries each week toTakoma. We arc Sole Agents for tho NONA CORSET for the the District of Columbia. The price Is One Dollar, and we guarantee It. Ask to see it Flannel Department English Flannelette In all the llzht colored grounds with pink, blue, black, "gray, and tan strlnas and checks suit able for dresslnc sacques, wrappers, etc. Color strictly fast. l"or... 10c yd. A complote assort-me-t of scotch Flan nels in all the neat pat terns suitable for chli drens' drosses and sacques. 30 inches wide. For- Fancy French Fltrinela In the very newest Per sian e'fects and neat stripes and figures. WoithOScand 7Scjd. Tor Merritt's All Wool 2H yd. wldo Homespun Skirting- I n different width stripes of black 25c f V f f f f t f J t ? t V t 50c yd. and gray, black ana rea. disc...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

2- .o g-'?K?s:csHii ; r - sT'j-' . .. - ,- .- Si" TEE MOKJNIKG TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. fZV . Dally Bargains. Our - Upholstery Department is a special feature of our business. We spare no expense to make it useful to our customers. We employ the best upholsterers in the city and we are careful to see that an- work left in our charge is well done. If you have any'fur: niture that is beginning to look shabby let us re-cover it for you we can renovate it so that you will scarcely be lieve that it is the same. We will furnish you with estimates any time, and have an enormous variety of materials for you to choose from. Beautiful Material for covering furniture Is a very Heavy e!lWaC3 Tapestry that wo have it ls fllty lncbos wide twelve different panorns lu colors We ure making a ope- T I TC clal item ullt this woe at 4 I . 1 U per yd. s ANOTIir.Il LOT of Cotton-face Tapetry !s very pretty in IS dif- 1 r -fereut patterns in colore lull per yd. A CHEAPER GUAI)E,but wonder- f nlly ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

F3k- Jg,.Jfiii...j5s; -, "Jir L SWSlS" -g. - TILE MORNINCr TXSLES, SIffiPAY, OCTOBER 2,7. 1895. -nrier Uriitgot a Co. Cloth era, 313 7tU 9L ANY mothers met here yester- mday brought their boys witn ithem. Both went lout happy. The 'cause of it all was selling that special purchase of Boys' Clothing for two thirds regular prices. Look around at what the other Clothiers are offering. The more you look, the better we will be satisfied and the better rou will be satisfied that we not onty give you better cloth ing, but undersell them by at least a fourth. Here are those leading items again: Ui.uall2.e0 Suits. SI.75. Usual SI Suits. S 2.5 O. Usual S3 i-ults, $3. Usual IS ISoofcri, S4. . 75c and $1 Tants. 50c pair. $1 and $1.23 rants, 75c pair. We give the money back for Bovs' Clothhfg as well'as ior iuen s it j-ou tirely satisfied purchase. are not en- with your Parker.BriuWCo. J Clothiers, 315 Seventh St. You won't find as great a variety of footbull "armor" and sundries any where south...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

v -y"j'"ues- e -as-Akwirfva JTJ MS' f THE 3J.OKItyG TIMES, ..SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1895. ww ?! PERFECT GEMS t HALT BEFHS1G Sweeping Order Applying to Steam Railway Trains. Of .sartorial skill are the arments"co"utaine"d in this big store this season. TheT-ichcst "assortment we ever had, and everv SUIT, every OVERCOAT, every PAIR of TROUSERS, every HAT, every PAIR of SHOES and every article of FURNISHINGS for men and boys is of the renowned R. C. z. CO. quali ties DEPENDABLE qualities. The BEST their price will buy anywhere in America. The kind we have always sold and which lids made our firm name FAMOUS as sellers of the' Most" RELIABLE gar ments made. -.. While we have Suits and Overcoats at all prices to suit all purses, a bigger and better stock in each and everj' grade, from $10 to $40, than any one else can show. In the finer grades'we are-practically with out competition. No one else has -such fine fabrics, uses such good trimmings, such exquisite tailoring, or can fit you as we...

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