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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

.. W - J ', .- f r - 5 "' -rs-.. ;?' "-- -p"S5?i' -s . Sf Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMESPases9to2fl WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOBNXNG, OCTOBER 27, 1895. !WBB! ESvvfcEiSEiQ Shoe dealers are trying to explain how fortunate they were in buying shoes before the advance in leather. We've been in the shoe business a number of years got three stores keep a pretty sharp lookout in ordering and buying but we're honest enough to admit that we had to pay an advanced price on some lines of our stock. We are not substitu ting inferior qualities nor are we ad vancing prices but we are B PROFITS with our patrons and in consequence are nve siioe selling more shoes than any stores in the city. Ladies' $3 Oaif Shoes Tan or black Iced or button JnTlslblo cork soles Aro hand sowed Hare razor toos Low, squire heels Double extended sols Are sort as a clove yet Maimlsh looitlug and Can't be bought elsewhere For less than ti-00 or $5.00. Ladies' 31.50 Footwear. Silver beaded kid sandals Jet bcaled Lid saudaL P...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

-cpv;,- 30 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1895. AUTH'S SAUSA 1 t " '"" NICHOLAS i 'wwkwwMl 1 if? IS wiffli 3 I c J fa v " fSkP -r FACTO U SAUSAGE FACTORY COXD STORAGE DEPARTMENT. Sausages. Vienna, Frankfurter, Ham Bologna, Head Cheese, , ".: : Liver Wurst, -Small Bologna, Sausage Meat, Blood Pudding, Green Sausage, Braunschweiger, And all German Varieties. Piiiw I II p I iir Specialties. - WHOLESl&E AND RETAIL. Pork and Beef, Choice Hams, Smoked Breasts, Bacon Shoulders, Cooked Ham, Cooked Tongue, Pressed Corned Beef , Pure Leaf Lard, Veal Rollette, Hamburger Steak, Pork and Beef Tenderloins. . A.-. N: one but the very finest home-dressed meats are used in the manufacture of our Sausage, and the most rigid system of cleanliness is observed in every department. Our ma chinery is of the newest and most modern type. The immense cold storage vaults are kept at an even temperature by o.ur own refrig" erating machinery. A complete ice plant is maintained in connec tion with ou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

FiceSwpPiSi -- 1ST THE MOBBTIKGr TOI1SS, STyDAXtegQee:gSR 27 1895 U STATEELECT10HSC0MIH Leading Generals on Both Sides Make Predictions. LIST OF THE CANDIDATES ls-m- ImuUcil In tlio Ceiiiipalitns. Campbell's Fight In Ohio Gro vcnor Say roraker Will Go to tlio Senate lntcrctliiji Situation In Utnli Some Signed Opinion-,. riic cK-clions In tlio varlousStates, Xotera ber 0, arc of groat importance, being prac tically barometers by which the public pulse Is to be judged for tlio Presidential flec tions of lbSiG. Slate elections will be held In Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Now Jersey, New York, Ohio, Kentucky, Kaunas, Iowa, Nebraska, Mississippi and Massachusetts. In Maryland a governor will be chosen to Bueceed Frank Urown, Democrat, Torn teno of four years, an attorney general to servo four years, a controller to ktvc two jean, all me members of the lower house of the general asscinbl-, nnd lourteeu collators. A Stale'satlorncy and sheriff evillbeeleclcd in each county, and in" th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

f-FgfCVK TT Sz3?$lii&gfcitfs!$T - js i- - -- ---. - t - --. i -k - - -k-t-i" -j ' vr?'- ' , 17j ,i lai'-w. iatf-i. l-rirfo; i IV iV V. Htf"-i A r 4ir jl. '..J V I-TJ-1ET -tf-Nj"3Vi jpT T v 'Ol-E - -XT r-,-JF" r, 7-L,i- ' 1 . IXNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1895. "Sta " ' ' -. '' tre. " IT " " !a5a! 12 THE MQKTTlftffin G oming to the 'X681'8' Manager Aluaugh'a attraction at tlio Ijifnyette Square Opera Bouse tula week will be Crestou Clarke and tue tugobeiucuL promises to be a brilliant one, tu bis ap pearance last year as u btar created i most favorable impression Air. Clarke trill be been ill tue lul-owUig brilliant repertoire: Monday una Thurouuy eveoiujja and baturtluy matinee, "iiaiu let," Uueday evening, "Tne iool'b Ito venge," Wednesday matinee, "lue Aler chad of Venice,' and in the eieimig, "Edgar Allan l'oe," a dramatization iioui "Tne K.iui," by George u liuiiuoii. Jr., of Hi U city, Friday e venliy, -Tuj l out a Bevenge," and Saturday uifciH, "iucLu lieu." ilr. Clarke comes from t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

5- T3.r. 5p "?v, s.51 "UJST-t-TL V -i.J '-w K 7 -- X .' '-J5, THE MORNTNG TJMES. gtiyDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1895 13 NEW YORK STAGE GOSSIP Gilbert Has Given an Amusing Opera in "His Excellency." MABEL LOVE'S BABY FACE BUe .Mul.i's Her Finger Tlji-, Look as If They Hud Been Dipped In Gore. Xiincy Syko" Clmt About 1'Ihvh nnd PliiyiTr. Slio Has Seen "Ilcurt of Maryland" Ik ii jsucceN.. New York, Oct. 2C "Ills Excellency" et llic Broadway Is a success. W. S. Gil bert lias given us as unique and amusing a Mory ns crer was set to music, and Dr. Osmond Carr's tcore is good. I don't like Ms music as well as I do 8ir Arthur Sullivan's, but I know people who think highly of It, and when there Is any doubt expressed nj to which of those com posers lias succeeded best, you may know that Dr. Carr's melodies are not very bad. George Kdwanle's London Company Is composed Of people who Know how to sing, dance m.d act. tneieis nut an incompe tent person in the cast. Julius. Stegerhas a flue bar) tone oice w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

w-wr'jf-qsms. "--'i'- v $&SggZ93) -3Rt s .--' THE MORNIKG -THREES, SUNDAY, OOTOBEB 27. 1895. SEW YORK HORSE SHOW Its Eleventh Birthday to Be a National Event for Sportsmen! TO .HAVE TOREIGN ATHLBTS. Society Ladies to Ride Saddle Horses Around the King and Children to Drive Carts. The Now Tork Horse Slio w will be eleven yours old on November 11, and, as If to do respect to this union of units, there will be anentryofcleventlmeselovenraore varieties and kinds of horses than c".cr seen before! The New York Horse Showgrows earaf ter year in importance. It Is now second to no other event in this countryand is of national Importance like the inauguration, the a positions and the great musical fetes, not to mention Its position in the elite sporting world. It tvas decided last winter that the boxes constituted the real attraction of the horse show and the ring with thehlghsleppers was Uie side show. This year even doctors may dlsagreo upou the point of relative merit, for the steppers...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

t!W y, -.gt, SXS&HiS&!Ef3" "" THE MOBNXSrGr TIMESjiUJJJAT, OCTOBER 27, 1895. IS For a. TroUSteatt DOZEN NATIONS WILL SUrrLY THE VANDERBILT PINERY. Furs for a Princess and Laces and Silks That Will Be Priceless. New York, Oct. 20. Only one week be fore trie public announcement of Mies Con eaelo Vanderbilt' Lclrotlial to the Duke of Marlborough was announced plans were on fool at Marble House for tlic collection of what undoubtedly will be the inoet mag nificent trojueau any woman, duchesstu not excepted, eer reccHod from lier tuother. At leatt it is lira. Vaiiderbllt' Ambition to provide ber daughter with a ardrobo so superb Uiat ecry article will become an heirloom. GENERAL SCHEME. Just as war-ship builders keep on file the ower and dimensions of all "the record breakers owned by otber nations, so Mrs. Vanderbilt lsscsse3 exact lists and de scripdons ot all tbe famous modern bridal outfits. Sbe knows Just wbat tbe rcsiiect ie daughters of Mrs. Aslor, the Duehes.s ot Coburg. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

'- ?- ZZ''iry ,? 3.Z 4 '' IP THE MOBXiyG TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTQBER 27.J1S95. SOWUfG AND HEAPING very first publication of a personality about me in your ne'wEpaper organ, I iboll print in the Daily Bugle every single" one of your mushy, lackadaisical epistles. Do you understand?" Tho two women glared at each other half a minute, and then Mrs. Samantha. Jenkinson withdrew, leaving Mrs. Mary Ellen Ricketts deep In thought. The campaign was conducted without any personalities. Harper's Bazar. r - SMALL A1AXTKHS. kr y y&wi Jy fifirASSQQBfif m ta r 'i - " - TT ' i ii ', i iiu i ii tlJ : -J t J 2 k... I A qustlon is some times raised as to tlio mTits and demerits of an autobiographi cal form in fiction. There Is a good" deal to bo Eald on both sides. To begin with it is proliably true that it is easier to tell a story pretty well in the. arsumed per son oC on") ot flic char acters than in any other way. The nar- "A LITLE STAGE rath o becomes sim CRAZY." pie, progresses in the main throug...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

"T-i." -( $-'?"s4r"SFg-??i THE MOBNING TIMES,':SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. 17 iWEEKIN UBOBCIRGLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmsn of the District. MEETINGS FOU T11IS WEEK. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27. Douglas Progressive AMiembly of Steam Engineers Hall, 009 F street. L. A., 1304, K. of L, Tjuies Asscmbly-r Time Building. Executive committee 1). A., CO, K. or L. Times Building 11 o'clock. Beer Bottlers' Assembly Hall, 609 P street. Butchers' A&scmbly IMastercrs' Hall. Four-and-a-half btrect and Pennsylvania, avenue. MONDAY, OCTOBEB 28. L- U., No. 190, Brotherhood or Carpenters Hall, G27 Massachusetts avenue. L. A., 1014, K. of L., Plasterers Plas terers" Hull, Four-aud a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. JL. A., 1.16. k ot L., Carpenters and Joiners Society Temple, Fifth and O streets. - - U A., 1228, K. of L-, Plasterers' Lathers Hall, 131G E street. L. A., 3150, K. or I, Carriage Makers Bunch's Hall, 314 Eighth street. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. Federation ur Labor Plasterers" H...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

-"C5fJ jT 13 THE MOKNINGr TIMES. SU2TDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1895 - fc,e- sy 1' " A Woman BY ROBERT BARR. -Author of "Tlic Face and the Mask," "In the Midst of Alarms," Ac. (Copjrigut. 180B, by Robert Barr.) CHATTER VII. Miss Jennie Brewster was Tery much an loved at being interrupted, and she took so pains to conceal her feelings. She was writing an artltlo entitled "Bow People Kill Time on Shipboard," and she did not wish to bo disturbed. Besides, as she often raid of herself, sbo was not "a woman's woman," and neither liked nor -was liked bj her own sex. "I de&ire a few moment's conversation with you, It I havo your permission," said Edith Longworth, as she closed the door ix'nuil her. "Ccrtaiuly," answered Jennie Brewster. "Will you sit down?" "Thank you," replied tlie other, as she took a teat on the sofa. "I do not know Just how to begin "what I wish to sn. Per haps it will bo better to commence by tcll lug you that I know why you arc on board this steamer." "Ycs;and why am I on ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

fv. :- - s-e y- ,-j 3 ir-fK - 't"j! -sV - THE MOUSING TIMES. StrNDAlT OCTOBER 27, 1893. l'J THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FElf- CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. special NOTICES. LADIESAKD GSNTLEMEH-Pleas.- lake notice mat 1 I uve reiuoied my place or business from 1717 Pennsyl vania ave. uw. to 1231 K street norl Invest, ami would lit- p.Vased to receive nil sold, siller mid nickel pUting, bnmrHigauilglld 'lng, orn.unrais statues, chandeliers uud candli-sticks. nrllcleo or an nd lamps a spcciallv. EDWARD STOLPE, general metal writer, 1231 E r-treet, Washington, p. c. 1 t-cni AaCHITECTS. Tiikc notice You an- nt-nccll-illt requisied lo eliminate In future "gas unices" ill nreKiriu-r plumbiug snoillcntiui. "e numbers or the Malrrl"lumbTs Association rasse.1 a resolution at a recent meeting to the ef fect that isiiiuaics furnished by our mem bers will not lucludo gas company's charges, lly order JAMEr NOLAN, President. EDWARD MALLET. JR.. Si-crrl-ry, !...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 October 1895

i'lai 20 THE MORNING- TIMES, STJNJJATT, OCTOBER 27, 18J5. TOiysniss&C', Steams &KgB, WiHKnissSiCsfs, niHxnKis&CiSSa, TOamiHS&lDsr, - 5rJ - Jrf test no ut 9U1 lui rr- tw -a-v MJMH MMffl zaz r.--c - - JMSfHM iffl HIUJOffl&fe THDAY. -Ml- tf MSfPSS1 iT TT-VC - - r vTTI '' i y' V Ul Zuilr -,-J mi MKflM M OUR BIR M.lHIil - "Wl!IUKIIEiS&(C's. mlllH rr TOlUKHEiS&S. to? W77i?.r-:-ijr WfllKpEaS & ', MIMllY 6117 ACT "3$ " ttMXlKIS &', Jrm. " miffliY lniraKis &('&, mjih PV ilHE 53 --. w !v3 y -v p5N 1,0 A FIVE YEARS AGO next Saturday this business firm was born. Our advent then didn't create much stir. Nobody sup - posed we were going to forge ahead to the front so quickly. We hardly hoped to accomplish so much ourselves. But our busi ness has grown so great that we intend to make our fifth birth day memorable. We want to show the public how thankful we are for their patronage. We have taken this whole page to say that on next Saturday. Nov. 2 ? We Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

-- ,3i3nffpi-'-ff! 9jWJ THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Fair. .Much Colder at Night. Westerly "Winds. VOL. 2. :STO. 390. DXTEEW BOUEFS STilED TIE HQ Two Ohio Farmers Killed While Attacking a Jail. WILD TO LYNCH A PRISONER Mob Battered, Down the Dmin. and Overpowered tho Sheriff, Hut Chocked by n Volley Troin Winches ters While They Hunted for Dynn uilte the Prisoner Wus Hemmed. Tiffin, Olilo, Oct. ST. Ill an attempt early tlii morning to avenge tl.e murder of August Schultz. Tiffin's popular city marshal, who was shot down in cold blood by Leander J. Martin, alias Williams, a fanner of Hopewell town-hip, last Wed nesday evening, mo more victims were added to the tragic affair. At 1:30 o'clock a mob of 150 infuriated nien, many of whom were under the Influence of liquor, attackeil the jail in in c-ffort to secure Martin and hang hiui. A volley freni a half dozen Winchesters pict them and two of the mob were killed they are: HENRI MUTCHLER, Jr. CHRISTIAN MATZ. At daylight this morning crowds bega...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

- W'i-y i-VS533W1Wg3gSK3,VT. K151Z?-VS!?H3& g.q5JA"" 'y kSr'WEr'T;)'.? lj)B J , g -Ue,- - THE -MOIUSTLNG TIMES, , HONDAT, OCTOBEI? 28, 1895. !MSES GSons. f street Center lvathc etorace Warehouse, tsMnearM. Another great lot of DIN ING- CHALKS has come 600 worth $2.75 each, to sell now for $1.90. Solid Oak, box frames, n e w style cane seat. S pi e n d id 1 y made and fin ished. You'll be the excellent nterested in showing of Furniture. Dining - Room "I vraul to be tbe Jeweler whs come into yonr mind nrstt" a Solib KSSt Sttoer Bonnet tt Bruslj for (Expo Dollars C. H. DAVISON, JEWELER, 1105 F Street N. W. OSSyRRSSRfSRJVStO GARNER'S SUITS 1 nro mora than worth jour espe ' clal attention. uit3. Trousers, ' " Overcoats, are be r In great va- ' rloiy ejccsUent In quality re markably loir In price. Well us ' ear you money on Furnishing! ' too. I Garner &Co., outers. (t y. S. Cor. ?ta ami II Srs. X W. Everett's. art m 3eipciri. jYo branch of trade ' admits of such scope of high art ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

J - . THE MORXIXG TIMES, MOZS'lAY, OCTOBER 2S. 1895. ?5 RING AND TRACK GOSSIP r l'arkpr Krirtcct t Co , Cluthiers 310 7tU bL r lv J y r3rr it Lr f1 1 v 'J J Many clothiers think that they can only sell Boys' Clothing on Satur days1! We are selling- it all the time. We 1 e t mothers take one, two, or more suits home with them and try them on their bor after school, when it is not convenient to bring the bojr down during- the week. As we stated before, the reason for these low prices for Boys' Clothing is that the manufacturer want ed to unload before makiug an assignment, which he did a few days after our pur chase. Just two-thirds of what the other clothiers are compelled to ask. L'i.ul !150 Suits. SI. 75. lV.wl SI Mills, S2.50. I'sua! 5 Suits S3. Usual G Reefer, S4-. 75c nud f 1 rants, 50c pair II ai.d i.2i I'auts, 75c fair- Parker.Bridpt&Co. Clothiers, 315 Seventh St. DeLacy's Latest Move Calls Forth Much Adverse Comment. Ancient Methods vs. New Blood ELKTON MEETING BOOMING ru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

PJT-,'5i ' " 7Vn "W 5. THE MOKSTETGr TIMES.fllOS DAY, OCTOBER 28, 1305. e JTSTsF TheWastiingtonTiffiBS (HOE-VKO, EVEXEfO, XX 30KD1T.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY the Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING. HornnrasrCOEXiBrimfSTLTAiiiA Atikts asp TEnM STEEET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 433. Business Office' 337. Trice Moraine or Evening Edition. .One Coat. Sunday Edition. Throe Cents. JHontbly by Carrier Moraine and Sunday. Thirty-live Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. &Iornlnc, ) Evening and - .. Firrv Cents. fcunday. J WASHINGTON. D. C, OCTOBER 2?. 1853 lU-Jected manuscripts aro usually re-turned when ticcumiianled ly Uniiips, but nny eibllfrntlcui to do so Is e-xpressly disavowed. liiimi.scriiits umiccompaiile-d by Vumuku will not bo returned. THE TIMES CIHCULATIOX. IMicimiueiml Increase X.endrt Itn Itlval to Iteort to Underbuild .Method. Since The Tunes began publishing Its worn circulation statements, cries ot distress have from time, to timo been beard from the camps of Its competitor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

S?55''-Jir v v- THE aiORNIN& TIMESeifooyPAY, OCTOBER 28, 189: ws3pr. Lansburgli&Bro! THIS WILL FETCH YOU. To give you an extra reason for making this Monday and Tuesday your shopping aays, we have made these special prices on the very articles you cannot do without. 5 boxes Best Japanned Hair Pins, containing 100 pins, assorted sizes. 2c ? Sc Papers of Needle Point Pins, 360 pins in paper. 2c 5c Safety Pins, all sizes, patent loop 2c Sc Patent Hooks and Ejes, black and white, all sizes 2c Sc Improved Curling' Iron, unbreakable spring- 2c Now we want to make ourselves plain that these prices hold good for TO DAY and TO-MORROW ONLY. You know -we never fool you. -If wc sa3 Monday and Tuesday we'll hav6 enough for these two daj-s. But at that special price ON LY until Tuesday evening- at 6 o'clock. f --- &"- f A 124. 426 7th St Vplf"i 'YTfcSiv' JtIL " nls Pl,ular family here ILW lAj vV-'TlJIhif''' so mau' friends. W iff IS A WEEK OF WEDDINGS Marriage of Miss Payson and Mr. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

G TUB ALORXEKG- TIMES,, SU-ON DAY, OCTOBER 28, 1895. IMUr Bargains. Specialties For This Week. "We want you to know o f these specialties that wc arc push ing' this week they arc along way out of the ordinarj-. A Parlor Lamp. A cronl one bronze, with nickel ri.ibel.sumeiila pecu liarly hand tom. etaud over two fe t high -a handtomo silt shade po with it. lour se lection of s,xci-lor&. Tbtoweei. only 4J.0U Silk-faced Tapestry. Very heavy suitable for cov ering furniture so lnolioi wUlo tnolro different patterns In COIor cni; This ivft, per yard 4 1 1 1 u Cotton-face Tapestry, Very pretty-ln IS different ptton.s-In rich colora. This week lOU Another lot of Cotton-tJco Ta pestry, lu sir different patterns En iruwlll sell for 431) Wash. 6, Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. This beautiful 3-piece Mar quette suite, handsomely carved, mahogany finished frames, up holstered in satin d imask or silk brocatellc, ONLY $19.50. "WELL WORTH $25.00. S-PIECE PARLOR SUITES, upholstered in silk bro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

"Mflsmi) THB. MORKZKG TMESU 3IOKDAY OCTOBER 98, IW3. THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. lijswrs-'- 1 1 1 t HELP "WANTED-MAXB. WANTED-Bread baker. No. 809 Gth st. sw. , I WANTED A good person to lake lease ol bakery. All particulars, A. S., tills office. Jt WANTBD-A colored youlh to make hlni-.cir geuemllv useful at tlie store. 1840 7lli St.: refs. remiired. It WANTED-- carpenters. 1810 St.: rail alKMit 9:30 o'clock a. m. BIT WAN" TED 7tli It "WANTED Wood turner. Ohio ave. nw. 12th and It UEL1' WASTED-FEMALE. WANTED-1 ,vom.an.c?k,Sn,d If'SS' bernialu. Basement 010 11th St. nw. WANTED 1 German chambermaid ana Muiiiilrcst. Basement 610 11th t. nw. t "WANTED A bright and intelligent colored girl for general liouseworU. 15 Bill si. . oc28-2t "WANTED An intelligent white girl icir general housework In family of 2 ailiili.s-. cooking, washing, and ironing; go homo nights; must be tidy, thoroughly capable, nnd trustworthy. W.E-WKI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 October 1895

ip5i"Ei?p f 8 THE MOBNTNCr TIMES, iMOND AT, OCTOBER 28, 1895. (" OVERCOATS. POLICE mm LIDS Next Year's Fund for Support of These Two Departments. INCREASE ASKED FOR EACH I "Housekeepers Festival" W. IThero npwpr wac ciirh a pniwal ri Wrvi ico-fi ir-nichino" Rnrrainc hiafnro. Wp.'II Ip.t ihe Fall weights or winter weights whichever you please tlie' are both here. More of them m all grades than any other two stores combined can show. Good ones in either weight as low as Ten Dollars, pi! wool and fast color? well made and. perfect fit tis. "" tdiuin or short lengths, light or dark shades. The finest you ever saw are here at $45, both worth every cent of their cost, so are the hundreds of good ones in the intermediate grades, $12, $15, $18, $20, $25, $30, $35 or $40. All of them this season's styles, and as perfect fitting as if you bad been individually measured for them. prices do all the talking. You knowing ones will do the buying fast enough when you see the goods. "I Aggregate- fo...

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