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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

BMHPBRMi HMBHHMHMHHMRai 5? i -?vi."c- j-Ta. - iKS 'tiggqg&S&Zi pn -i.55Ssar?Tli-fi"K'j "&gtg1 VPT'f- 3, &f wi " - j - - - - THE MOB NOTO- TIMES,- feS-DAYy JANUARY 12, 3890. tfflil r ' k k 4 g TheWasliingtonTimBS Qloitxixo, Erxxiao, asd Sckdit.) OWNED AND ISSUED Bt The 73shinnton Times Corapanii TIMES BinLDINO. EotrntwrsT ConiEa Pexxstltash Atesce A5D TkSTU BtEEXT. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 135, Businoss Office, S37. rrto ilorn'ns or ETenlae Edition One Cent. Similar Edition Throe Cents. Hontnly by Carrlor Homing and Sunday, Thlrty-flTe Cents. Ereldns Thirty Cents. 2lo-nlng, ) J-.vcuInc.-iuilV Tim CISTS. Eundm-, I The Times' Brancli Offices. Tln-T!n-.-s'"l.ittleNi-iM.Merclium" can weino iln-lr Kitpply of Morning and Kii'iili- "Mini-, ut Hie following bran )i oTti e-.; i ui.o tu'.tli, lili mill II i-t- n w. M. J r.Nu'i), i:s:iu Mill -t. nw. A II McClosUi-y. lSIIS "Hi ii w. II. IInr. Mir.l I'ii. inc. mv. Joseph I.llllt-II, -1011 Mil hi. M. W. V .Mm-kiii', K-lt 11 M. no...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

7--eBiBsiisiiiBiiEisiiiciEsw S5S5PgP iP?! A - V - - THE MOBNIN0, .Tm$3,.MjyB3T JANUABX 18, 1896, PAOTm FLAMMED TO t Closing Out V -OUR- f iBOOKi v STOCK. A Chance to Replenish Your Library. i t t f t ? t t t t t t t f 4 t t Thn Stratford ! 2mos. Closiur-out Price. 9C Tho Avon 12mos. CIosin--out Price, 4C The Peerless 16mos. Clobinsj-out Price, 50 The Souvenir 16mos. Closing-oat Price, 22C Popular 2 Vol. Sets. Closing-out Price, 39C Popular One- Volume Edition Shakespeare's Complete Works. Closintf-out Price, 39C Standard 2 Vol. Sets. Closirnr-out Price, 54C Shepp's World's Fair Book. Illustrated. Closinr-out Price, 75C McCaulay's .History of England, 5 vols. Closing-out Price, 79 ut George Eliot's Works, 6 vols. - Closingr-out Price, 31 set Edna vols, Lyall's Works, 6 Closinr-out Price. JO set Elsie Books. Closing-out Price, 54c Ben-Hur, by Gen. Lew Wallace. Closing-out Price, 85C Thackeray's Works, lO vols. Closing-out Price, $2.39 set Shakespeare's. Handy Volume Edition, 15 vols. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

HMHHBigilMlBPll 5&&&&?&!'sss -"- -- w- . Jt-a&'J?' "5 "- " THE MOUSING TIMES. 'RUEPD A.T, JANUAKY 12, 1896. 6 SiiEfisgsgaagg - 3?-"?- - - - -sV.5sVS"-- -'"TjP'H? -Tf H Dntlv narenins. Bargains in Carpets. We have just received a big shipment of Carpets for the spring trade, including a full line of new patterns in best qualities of Tapestry Brussels which we will sell at 6Scj3gryd. A full line of excellent Body Brussels 9Qc,peryd. Remnants at Half Price We have a few REM NANTS we will close out at HALF PRICE! Tapestry Brussels.... 30c Body Brussels 50c Velvets and Moquettes 65c Wash. B. Williams, Furniture, Carpots. Draperies, 7th and D Sts. N. W. pPouWorft I I Have to Worry 5 TUo least bit If wo ciler for V) j"Our JWoptioas, . fteiuoou t? Teas or i).uurs. Me coin- ?? potently arrftneo-everr detail ( and provide ttie best brlce and ft iiio mot 4lliclous daluties of ,. f err ilocrIiton. Our fbarcos ct are qulto roauoaablo. OrJero by C ?? jhoao (T9S) iironipilj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

rMmwmm if,,'-i-- &&&&&&&& . TITEJ MORNING TIMES, fttHjpAT, TAffABT 13. 1896. BIG ada don't necessarily mean big bar gains. The pub lic is finding out Llhat it gener ally means the reverse the un loading of some ancient accumu lation. .. It is quite sig nificent that while the others are hammering away at "dead" stock we have been compelled to go into the mar ket and buy more new Win ter Suits and Overcoats. Here is an instance: We closed out a small lot of about forty Men's Suits, which were made up to sell for $10, $12, and 515. Your choice of the lot for $,7.50. Parker,Bridgef&Co CLOTHIERS. 315 7th St. Standard for the World. !ou See Then, Everywhere I6S6 Patterns Now Read. District Cycle Co., 452 Penna. Ave, fi. W. IIAILHOADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. 6TATION CORNF.D OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. J n Effect Jiinury O, 1800. 10.30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM ITED Pullman Sleeping, Dining. Smok ing and Observation Cars, Harrisburg to Chicago. Cincinnati, Indi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

p5ff t I THJ5 MOBBING TIMlSS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 1896. i J ' ! l i 11 0- fH-Wi HALF PRICE J. M).U. ' ONE -AND- OO V. -3,j. THIRD OFF SALE Still in progress. Hundreds of Men andbBpys have availed themselves of this opportunity to secure good, Jionest clothing at less than the price of poor garments. " " Men's Overcoats at HALF PRICE or 1-3 Off. Men's Ulsters af HALF PRICE or 1-3 Off. Men's Light Overcoats at HALF PRICE or 1-3 Off. Men's Sack Suits at HALF PRICE or 1-3 Off. Men's Cutaway Suits at HALF PRICE or 1-3 Off. Men's Clay Diagonal Coats and Vests, at HALF PRICE or 1-3 Off. Boy's Long Pants Suits at HALF PRICE or 1-3 Off. Men's Separate Trousers at 1-4 Off. A LOT OF MACKINTOSHES AT HALF PRICE. Remember these are nobody's doubtful values, but our own incom parable garments and which we'll be responsible for to the last thread. The original price tickets are stiUon them. Make your own selection and deduct a half or a third as it may be and pay us the rest. t GlNCELLEDjnHEIR DUES Com...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

-J,f- ---: &V-'-, KSS3?ft VJ $s "--'r''C --, i -n i .w w - " ,! w m Part 2 THE TIMES Pages 9 to 20 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MONItING, JANUAKY 12, 1896. WASHilW'TON I straight talk 'About Shoe Prices! It's an easy matter to quote bifprjqereduc- & tions when original price marks have been unrea- sonably-high. Such price jugglingcToesiiot meet -with the approval of people- vho-,posessgoodi hard common sense. We. don't do- any? somer saults in prices never have. Tjastfall we met the advance in leather by selling our usual reliable shoe qualities at HALF profit and in doing so we earned the good will and patronage of thousands of people. We are glad to acknowledge that our price reductions arc not as great as those of our competitors; good leather good workmanship and up-to-date styles have a market value al ways. We will pledge our reputation that no where in this city can you buy good, honest shoes as low as we are sellincr. ' " Indies Don sola boots. Hurled, with patent tlje. ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

mmw?A& Esa.aj-S-''' wmmm'm jtgt j&9 o "svTwj 3S3-j"0 ?"" r-.i VV,V '" "'" ,' -- a, ri'-: sMt rrfr-p& c- '- kw- ? -i- 10 THE 3!OItyiK&vriMEQjtiigPyDAYt' JANUABY 12. 189B. -J s-p l BRftlH TUBE OF CONGRESS Queer Tunnel From Library to the Capital. OABLB LINE UNDERGBOUND "H "Will Transport Books for Mcmbcrx. A Little Tunnel That Is I'nched Wltll lllgCllltlllK DOVlCCS UlldNCVVObt Inventions Speed of the Cur Pneu matic Tubes uud Telephones. Lydcckcr's hole Iti tlic ground Is asa dead hprsc to an c-lcctrlc motor, when compared to the Congressional conduit for the brains or all tin: apes. There urc so many things lu Washington that liae no parallel or duplicate that it will not be surprising, yet very Interesting, to learn that the city Has the only under ground cable car line lu the world. In some respects It is an Invention; in others It Is a variation of the endless chain prin ciple, but In the main it is unique, and es pecially In the regard that it is out of tight. This...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

Ssct5? & '? THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JAX.JABY 12. 1896. 11 BIG MEN AND THEIR BUMPS Phrenologist Says Reed's Head Is Finn. MORTON'S LUMP OP CAUTION Hill's "Human Nature" a Good Trait, But Bound to Make Many Enemies. It looked like a marble- yard or like a corridor in which stand the busts of those Ion vcr now- in marble perpetuated. But it was. only the studio or a ninsk phrenologist, and III front of liini, upon pedestal, stood the heads, lire size, or the great statesmen of the ilay. This is a new silence, that or ina'k y'lre-nolog)," salil the licail scientist, "anil 1 am giv lug it its flrt public reading toilay. I am iKiNitle it is the only eorrect wa) or widuetiiig phrenological (Intuitions, liut juii shall remain ami listen and Judge for jours. If. MORTON IS FLASTEU. "You see In-fore jou." said he. stopping up to the first bust, "the head of a great mail. Lev 1 1'. Moiton. It Is done in plaster. I took the impress or his head, as though for a death mask, though In a litt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

prpsapsg S3? t-- '?- r -; '- 55 Kites- ng-f.??,- ? M THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. JANUARY 12, 1898. 12 (30min9 t0 tiifcJzftfiatere Henry Irvine, Miss Xllm Terry, nnd the London L)tvuni Comnnny will reach "Washington by tliclr own siivcliil train early this nrternoon. This great asseiuolage of artists will iiilertaln the iieoiile ot tills city for one week at Allen's Uraml OiK-ra House, lirescnting l lifron.utiilajs, three of which have never been seen urn1 before. The bill for Monday night ami for the. Saturday luatinee is "The Merchant of Venice." lttslobenoled that this irbluii, unlike those commonly given in this country, retains the heautlrul, poetical, ami merry firth act. Henry Irvlng's Shylock wins no mujII uuMkurc ot resiiect, where hatred is the common tenlict. Jibs Kllrn Terry's Tortla is a creation ot absolute excellence, sprightly, gay, earnest, and lovable. The retention or HicfltUi net in the performance Elves her only leaser tipjiurtunttles Tor fine liistronic display t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

' mWV .t JHt'lMI' --n Xsi THE MORNING -TIMES, SV1S DAY, JANUARY 12, 1896. 18 K ( nfil (WiWiKIIu Gil NEW W THEITERS Erglish Plays and Players Have the C3l! at Present. 1SOME HEW PRODUCTIONS At Lcnxt a Half Dozen Sow Attrnc- tltiiM bcoro Distinct Succewes In tie Metropolis IIoyt'H T-Iiiy, "A lllnck Sheep," Presented for the l"lit Time In Xew York. ' Kew Sort, Jan. G Tbis wept we are having an unusual richness of new dramatic attractions. At five or six theaters plajs that have never before been seen here were pre-scim-d, and In a majority orcasesa "touch down" was scored. In addition to all this, a new pM house called Sanfurd's Theater was thrown open to thepublie. Probably the most important of the Mnmliy nle'it prrdiictlons was Pinero's latest play, "The Ueueflt of the Doubt," wuk.ii v.a- ii-ultf Unown at the Lyceum Theater. The story of the piece is a sympathetic one, and like others of this author's, Interesting from start to finish. The cast Includes Isabel Irvine, Ehta rroctor-O...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

wrt?. y-s-sf y i. 14 THE MOUSING TIMES, SUNDAY, JAKUABY 12, 1896. . . i mi .in, .i-, " f fcy) - ! .m. --JsS '& f0lle. Salve AN INTERVIEW WITH THE GREAT FRENCH DIVA. The Prima Donna Has Had Hon ors Heaped Upon Her by the Whole World. ..... composer and confldcntial friend of the diva. Mrac. d'llardelot, who accompa nied Cale to America, and will remain with her throughout the season, ls part English, and acts as Interpreter for the singer, who r.pcaks English scarcely at all. Mile. CaHe was gowneil in a skirt of black satin, with a bodice of scarlet crc pon, which was vastly becoming to her y0$ip Cul vo I n"Le Cld"uud dark, rich beauty. Distance and root lights cannot cnbancafucli loveliness as hers, nor can any picture of her do it Justice, for it lies in the smile, the ex pression, the radiant color, and the un fathomable depths of the great dark eyes. Hcrhair.blackasiiightand or extraordinary texture and abundance, was rolled quite away frmu her forehead. Cal e wears no Jewels...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

lh?- SsT -var- -- -r . trs THE M0RNINafiME8:8yNOAY, JANUARY 12, IBM. 1 Sennets - I&illioiurireK MISS GOULD'S BENEVOLENT' WORK AT "WOODY CREST." Richest Woman'in America, She Is Conspicuous for the Plain ness of Her Costumes. Caring for young children. Is the especial channel in which libs Helen Gould's char ily seems l run. Her method ot doing good Is an emi nently jiersonal one. She Is not. content merely to sign checks for a deserving pur pose, but, tint unlike the parish visiting BTstem or great ladles in England, she per sonally visits the Institutions which she pecuniarily assists. Scleral itrncs during the w Inter, accom- .Ml.ss Helen Gould. panted liy a friend. Miss Gould devotes a day to the creches or day nurseries; she visits each one In town, has a little chat with the matron, Inquire Into the special needs of the Institution, takes a peep Into the nursery, where the liable spend the day, looks in upon the older children who are liavlng levnis in the schoolroom, and t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

SSSKSrS gS waKSJ9iSI8H &8&g2$&gg$&r& -fff ?Efcrj2ri .- fe t:w 1g! J,ifi "- V , 'G2" U - fH iaA le THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1806. " '?Wm In IHnuman's I.gmpk T was Uie time of Uie Indian monsoon. Everything was damp biiU mouldy; wlille, to add tu our distress, we had Kt'D sent-lo camp out, Tor cholera w as rife lo Uie barracks. I, George Baton, was sluing upon the fide of my camp bedstead, smoking and Chatting with Col. Cojnwallls, one Stirling Horning, when Uie litter's orderlj came into the tent. Dennis, the orderly, presented as solemn countenance as it lie had to report the destruction of the entire contents of the canteen. He stood at attention till Coru wallls, eying him curiously, asked "Well, Dennis, what has gone wrong this time? Have these Hindoo Juhnules risen at last?" "No such luck, colonel," answered Dennis, with a limp smile. "We've bin stuck under canvas for fear of Uiat chohry till I'd give the coat av me back for a good, murderous cu...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

THE MORNING TIME WUKDAXrSHtTAnY 12. 1896. PEELER IKES HEWAIID. O0M COUFOBT. THE DECEPTIVE QAMEHAG. - " 1 IlunKem Up Money er yor lift-: Glmmo er wutcli! ( 1 Mr. Itmitiy Don't lie cared, my dear, ItV one of tlioxe female sportH. You can toll ly tier ulnombrx. She cim't lilt Hiiytbluc. 1P k n i j S Peeler Iko, lo tint nscno-IIinv dure you take t hut ireiitlcniuu'K uutcb. and pocketbookY Ulvo 'em to met Ills luxtiuitl ' 3 Millionaire How can I eicr repay you for your Limine-,'., my iieur rlend? XupnlrMiii tu.ldy Don't tell ycr niucldor dut wo upMit In do mioh, 'Ltzbutli, tin" I'll ireut jor tor Ice cream ulien o jjlls home. THE LOST AIIM. rfSafe"' IM3 y4y r. i s- iKtl AN" ENGLISH CAUIOONIST'SIDEA. 1 Trump Madam, won't Km iiIciikc KlM) nie MiiuctliliiK tni-iit V I'm poor nit lionest Mdiller what lo-t un mui nt do buttle o' ltullri 1 1 ii ii. fg-ggg-y mmaB 5ffi "&?i5l&&Pi iy ie 38M j -, .& --iljH 21)1 certainly ix do lie-.' racket I ever struck lor Kctlln' u nir.il. I 4 P...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

mmmmmmmmmmmmmt ipi5s5A?5&'3STS'52!?i i$i&r&s&er '-s'&&ss&zp&ii " THE MOB SING TIMES, SUNDAY, JA3S tTABY 12, 1896. IS Jl WEEK INJ1B0R CIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workmen of tlis District. MEETINGS FOR TUT. WKKK. SUN11AV, JAMTAKY 12. 1.. A.. -janS, K. of L., Musician WVllcr'. Hall, Klsl.th ami I Mint routhraM. L A., 1I4SI, K. r I. Douclas Tro rresMve; Assrlulilv of Steam Eiiihicers Mall, No. i flit 1 st. District An-crubly-, K. of L., Executive Committee TlineV Huilduur. L. A., 341, K. of I, Journeymen Hutchcrs I'litstrrer-, Hall, Koiir-jnd-a-oalf slrei't and I'rnn-yrranl.i :ii-nuc. MONDAY, JANUAKY 13. L. A., No. l'.iO, llnilherliood of Cnr-rx-mers Hull, No. 027 Mii'sailiusclts, lAriiuc. L. A., 10 u, K. of I., riater-r PlasteriTs Hall, rour-.uiil-a-li.ilf klrcel anil Pennsylvania avenue". L. A., 17-1S, K. cf I, rarixtiters and Joiners Society Tcni-ile, l"lflli and G street. L. A., 122P, K. of I,.. J-alliiT K. of I". Hall, No. 425 Twelltli H...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

H-JS -rtSf'CI THE MOBNIUCr TIMIfflZ gffifrtftNPAIlY 32. 1896. urn iuJJ mfrfn 19 i ?' ii ,, w. . .1' m n: , . -H - STTCIAI. NPTlRKsV A special meeting or the stockholders fit "" the Cross Mnnufr-ctunng o'VP"",1' called to Lc 1 fid January 29, lMlG. HEII NESDA Y. at 3 p. m., at tl c o fid- or the company 107 Xing slrect, Alexandria, Va.. ror llie purpose n.orBanlzliiB llip board of. directors. "W. A. HIBNfcX, Secretary." - Jano-it, HUGH. A blizzard was raging across tt'C plains. The wind blew harshly and bitterly. The snow fell in blinding sheets. With his feet on the grate, Ills pipe in bis moutl., Hugh Vincent rat, ensconced rrora the storm, lty his side was piled a huge stock of periodicals. Books In rude cases stood niratnst the wall. Deer heads anil other imputes or Hie hunt adorned the walls. The room lacked the prcltlncss or arrangement that a woman's hand imparls. Beside the open fire lay a hugeSlTEernard. Vincent toyed with the magazines. Their bTilllantcuiorsofwhiteand gold,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 January 1896

wm?mmmmmmmmmmmgsmgm jg-ae4j: &ttgi&jSf- it--w jwa-i3 efpJJi S-'"?1 fn: 5SlSsPpPPqp PHHgHPi!15SS!S55SiSSS --5 - -iii?pez.y 35!5S(WjtWWji'-ll -W3- i 20 er; THE MOHNING- TIMES, SU3ffJDjnrv JANUARY 12; 1896. THEY RESCUEJHE WAirS Splendid Work of the George Maulsby Memorial Home. IS A PRACTICAL CHARITY An Institution That cn crs u' Vccullnr l-'lclil Anioni; tlio NcvhIi3-h mid Other Children und Care for Ilnme lew und Hungry Little One Inter esting Feature of Tills Knteriirlse. "The George Stnulsby Memorial Heme," or, as it is nfcre rcinnionly known, "The Newsboys" Home," on Itie sont heast cor ner of Third anil C streets northwest, 1 one of the most practical charitable in stitutions in the city. Its object is most worthy and la deterring or the moral mid financial support of the whole community. Its operations i extend over a fie:d rarely ever "entered, except In special Instances, by other workers, andfor- this reason it no cuter, the result cf lis good work has made it known a...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 January 1896

fspFzrtpllpll ePHKHMI"VIII EycsKsSgrn SZZ& taf S2Sy5 j? J I v 5 03 QJQ was tbs TIMES' circu Ll 1,0 10 lation for last week, TATAR'S circulation J07 CR forest week was . . . I0,JW ticnin tine. CXCLtJSrVE alM7 Mrrlw of tht Halted Fretf, tha Kw England AstseUtad Frets, ths Eoathsra Auoeiatsa Frssu th Rtv York Stste Aiioclatsd PreiJ, sup plemented br tbs exxltuiw right to publish in Washington the Hew York Eerall cow right Cable Berries. WASHISCTON, D. C, MONDAY -EVENING, JANUARY 13, 1896. ONE CENT. VOL. 1. .NO. 139. HHBRP" w"3gSPWRB!5?2WH She -1 &9 WJ I B ryBi HGvhl POOR PEOPLE FARE Experiences of Miss Wilbur in the Gflfse of an Applicant for Aid. TURNED EMPTY-HANDED AWAY FROM DOORS Welcomed By Many Who By Some Who SOME MINISTERS TURNEDDEAF EARS TO HER PLEA Btio "Undertook tho Inv'estlmitlim In Order toI-curn Whether or Not tlio I'utiHoniidl'risutc Charities TJiioiiriiKetl Juiiiontyro und DlseouriiKed the Worthy Her Quest Was Emlnc-ntl Successful, und tlio Story of tlio Re buff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 January 1896

Rss&SSpipips mMji.nxwskm - ' " -- - -w--i -xz&'wig ASSSK 5H?r THE EVENING TIM3 ONDAT, JANTAEY 13, 1896. a W. L IF mi StfSoMH P Street Ccrccr 33 o Truth. tloiagp Warehouse UM near 31. Contrary to IL statement of FO'DU xro'rs not ageut-s for Chine row Polish, and hnvenoeaavswori out. We ecu ami recommend only 'jjv ukin'e- niUNiruitE rou.?u the fcot that's m.-.de. TABOURETTE, $1,457" The Ta- bourette we sell for $1. 45 sells so quickly that we have all wc can do to keep the sup ply up to the d e m a n d. Need we say anything more in its favor? In oak and mahogany finish. ART ROOMS SI.V.TU TLOOK " ifznt fo if the Jewler who comt info your windJlraL" You'll find no Silver tongued Auctioneer; no Auction stock; no prehistoric goods; no dry goods store jewel ry; no drug store sil verware Here. Nothing but the best goods I can buy the best I can sell, and the low est prices for 1)25-1000 Fine Silver and 14-karav GOLD in the city. Candidly I can not afford to sell anything but the bes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 January 1896

FysaSBmiPpp ' ' 3 THE ;EVESENG' TCIMBgy'TtfOyiDAX JANUARY 13, WvSS, ARTDCUES' -'FRO D0T0I3 ATED PE Don't forget about that little lot of forty Men's Suits made up to sell for $10, $12 ale and S?lo wmcn go on this morning at $7.50. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. Standard for the World. Columbia Bicycles fou See Them Everywhere 1696 Patterns Now Read;, ' Gistrict Cycle Go., 452 Psnna. Ave. N. W. A BOY and a Tinkham Carrier ; Can do tlio work of n. how, wagon, and man. Can do It QUluKt.lt. Can do tt CHBAl'Mt Drop iotaI or 'phono 5? lor particulars. Hadser, & UAJI11M.NU IIOUhKNOW AMISSION Notorious Resort lit 1'eiiiisy ImiiiIu'h Ciipltnl Entlrel) Truii-rorineil. Harrisbu-g, Pa , Jan 13. Twenty years ago the must notorious n sort in Harrlshurg was Lafayette Hall, on Mate street, in the rear of the Capitol, kept by Harry Cook, a fjmous Mississippi riersteaml)oat gamb ler. It was fitltd up In the most gorgeous style and Cook made a fortune there. In Uie high tide of ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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