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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

&mp ih&- If jS- Js. THE WEATHER TO-DAY. m - ,,, . Fair. Colder. Northerly Winds VOL. 2. l-TO. 591. DXTEE1M JUST ESC1PIDJHE RAPE Negro Fiend Pursued by Alex andria County Farmers. WHITES AND BLACKS IN ARMS little Sudlo Sclierler Assnnlted by n Boy Si-ar Hall's HiU Angry Mob rursiied tho Ottlcerx to the Alex andria Jnll Bonds Are Guarded and Trouble Feared. Hundreds of white and colored men under nrnis. Intense excitement In the city of Alexandria and its lelnity, a mob of white Dieu pursuing tlie officers of the law, and n mob of negroes fighting against a lynch ing were sonieoftheincldentsortherelonlous assault of Albert Hawkins upon Sadie Echerler jeterd.iy in Alexandria county. Tlie story or the felonious assault of Hawkins upon anlnnocent and lovelj school girl is told below. After a most exciting chase, the brute was captured last night and was tukcu to Alexandria by Constable Marcey and Deputies Robert O'Neill and John Costillo, and lodged In jail. The constables were f...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

THE MORBUS & TiftLESy CTBAlfV 6GTOBER 29, 1895. Will IIP UNU IIIR University of Virginia Alumni Aroused by Its Misfortune. TED JiGUNDS TO i DR&W MM OVER METHODS Proper Distribution of Charities a Vexatious Probm Ask Some Of Your George Dixon and Young Griffo in a Friendly Set-fb. FFtaet Corner IJeventb. I Etoraee Warehouse, I r.'d near JL Another carload of rock ers 40 dozen all told just iere. Many different patterns. One spe cial value is the $3.50 Rocker we show for $2.20. Has "Saddle" wood seat, mahogany iinisk, piano polish. A S4.50 antique mahogany finish, "saddle" seat Uocker for $2.95. - "I want to be the Jeweler irho comoa into your mind Urst!" C. H. DAVISON JEWELER, 1105 F Street N. W-. . Queen Aim Lotion is the most dainty prepa ration on the.,marketior the skin for CIAPBtl) HANDS SOKE) UPS rough skin. It's not a com plexion maker, but a sooth ing, healing liquid, that is neither sticky nor unpleas ant to use. PRICE IS 25c You need it this weather, and all thro' w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

.TMwwr-sSsscsKK??? ns-f- THE 3IORNTtNG -TIMES. rilESPJCr; OCTOBEIt 2D, ' 1893. :i u A Pnrucr. Urlitget'A Co., A I l.illiiori", 31 j 7th BU T -. r - IS. . f- XliXfwl sOvs A t J The contest for the first little pony and cart closes October 31st, and- the winner will be an nounced in Friday morning's papers. A com mittee of newspaper men will examine the books Thursday night. You little b'oys'and- girls must bring in your cards Thursday, October 31st, be fore six o'clock p. m. store-closing. There are five or six contestants who are very close, and the amount of a Suit or two inay make a winner of any one of them. Contest for the second Pony and Cart will be gin -November 1st. Parker, Bridget & Co., 315 SEVENTH STREET. ! CLEVER PLAY WELL PLAYED "The Masqueradsrs" Indorsed by a Critical Audtenoa. Henry Artlmr Jones' LnteM Drama 11 ecelsew Here t lie Approval Given ll In New York. "The Masqueraders," a drama by Henry Arthur joue, ws given us Initial pre cmauon uere last night by Chan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

"-&SS f?am THE MORXm.G TIMES, TJTESDAr, OCTOBER 29, 1895. 4 TheWashingtonTimes (liOKMSG, EVENING, 1VS SCXDAT.) OWNBD AND ISSUED 3r The Washington Tiraia Company, - TIMES BUILDINa, ECCTnWESlCOBSIBl'EVSaTI.TXNU AVENUE AM Tnvru sibeet. Telepliono Kdltorlal rfcoms, HL Business onu-e' Sir. Ttito Voraing or Erenlae Edition.. One Cent. FnmlRT Edition.., Tnroj Cents. J.'onthlr ty Carrier Kon inc-iud Sunder. Thlrty-flro Cents. Ercning TulrtyCeuts 3lornln;, ) - Evening ana- Firrv cents. Sunday, J WASHINGTON'. D. C OCTOBEIt-2). 1H33 Subscribers to "Tlio Times" will coiiri-r u iuvor by promptly icliortns any dlcourte-.y of collector ir i.eg Ject of duty on tlio part ol carriers. CuiiHiliili.tH either by mail or lis pcr oti will recelo prompt intention. The .Mornlnu rdlltoii (-huriiil be ilc-llj-ered to nil jtirtt of tlio city by fiSSO o'clock a. m.t irvlwlinu Sunday. The nenlnK Edition should l;o In the liaikls of Mih-crilKT- not later than 0:;l( ji. in. llejcrted nintiiuscriptt aro usually...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

&Tpj)-f!-. ss!3"5WigslA"-i?5p3r! THE MOIlNXftGr- TIMES. .TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1895. Lansborgh & 3ro i f 9 9 It's Going to Be Cold 9 V There's no way of evading It. Y Now, you mlchtas well be pre- 9 pareJ. Whether It gets co der y to-day or to-morrow. It will 6 y surely ba cold. Bed ccverlnc 0 af Is necdad first of all. 0 10-4 white and gray fSlankct, vita lanoy C0r- fl lmrjors H3 Pair V J- 10-4 gray lllantnts, V suitable for making QflC Q f rubes 01) Pair V A 1M white Blankets, V full Iz-. for a doable S bed. with roJ anil b'.uo QCC J bonlers 00 Pair y 1M vrhito Blankets, 8 f full size, for a double i bed, with roso-colcred Q0K V g bunlers 30 Pair A a 11-1 whlto Blankets, ' full size, extra boavv, 0 a with bluo, plulc and red (T I fl V borders... $ 1 .4U Pair 11-4 Cray Blankets, full size and extra ff I fTfl heavy 31.J0 Pair 1CM Mlver Cray Blank-(TO, flfl ? C ots, extra heavy. .pZ.UU Pair. A A 104 Grmsi Rlankots, a V ore of the best Blankets ff) ("fl Y n made for wear .JZ.jU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

' -". S ?!95?HSaitjS!S5 v- 6 THE MOKNIN& TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1895. Dally Bargains. Specialties For This ' Week. Wc want j-ou to know of these specialties that we arc pushing- this week they are along way out of the ordinar. A Parlor Lamp. A jrraul ono-bioaze, with, nickel criLfiitbim itn i o u Itary lmiilroui , t lamia otit two In t liU'h -u linndtmne fellt rnulo jrcMi with i Your so lection dsi colors This eel only $0,0 U Silk-faced Tapestry- Wry l.pay suitable for cov ering fun'Uuro JJ luchM wiua twelve tliiTereut patterns ill colore This week, per yard 4aU Cctton-face .Tapestry, Very pretty la IS different patterns In r!ca colors. Tills week I 0C Another lot of mtou-fici Ta pestry, in nix UitToieut pattern En wo ft ill bJ1 for r0b Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. fcOOD TMiORHG at Moderate Prices. That's' I he basis of our business. No better garments than ours for the money. No larger or more com plete slock to "select from. Every detail of the mak ing, trim m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

SSfm HSi-KJ!er f" - -r - -rT " .B-R 3tB?5HE!!JDR TTMJS. 'XRECESCXar tOCTOEBR 129. .JS95. THE 32,000 SMALL ADS JREACH 100000 .READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR AIX EDITIONS. ?z?i'tr? ', TIMES' SURETY SPECIAL "NOTICES. WXSHIWGTON.'D.C.; Oci;2Stli, ' 105. American Casilc, No. 3, K G. E. 'AtspedaLrueethig-or thv-abme Castle will be held at the Cnslle Hall, to-nwrrow, Tucsdn , evening, October2!Jlh,at "o'clock, to make arrangements for the funeral of our deceased Urollirr A. L. Cliilds. Attest. J. II. Thompson, M-onC; Jno. W. Offuit, N. C. It OFFICE of tin- Hxeisc lioartUof the Dinne tof Ccli!!.iliU,"n aSIiingtoii,.D. (.'.. Oct. 28. lSlcs. Application for traifir of barroom llcvn-e from J. O. Mnircrd to O. W. Cochran, Iloti I Cochran, 14lli anil K Ms. nw.. lias lieenrec-cixcsl. ROGER" W I LLI i MS. Cli rLllK le- Bo.i nl It Ol'l-IOB OP THE COAlMlhsIONKUS OP THE DISTRICT OF COI.LMMA, VV.lRllillg ton, J. C, OctoLcr 6, 189.1. Ordered: That for tin- fiscal jurlo end June 30lh, 1S")G. .mil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 October 1895

''s?frrit :T' i?TI:riK: x: 8 THE JMOKNUSTG TIMISS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1895. IF That predicted cold wave arrives tliis-morning you'll want a Heavier Overcoat, but you need not want one loug Stop in here and in ten min utes you can be suited and fitted perfectly. No matter what style you want or. what price you care to pay you can get better value and better fit here than elsewhere. Our line of Coats at $20 and $25 far surpass any thing ever before seen at the price. All wool, fast color Kerseys, Meltons and Beav ers in blue, black, brown and Oxford, Clay serge bod', and satin sleeve lining, deep velvet collar, made close fitting or full back, knee lengths or longer, in any style length or shape you want in sizes to fit all men. Other coats as low as $ 1 0 and as high a& qja eacu anu every one in eacn ana every grade fully worth every cent of its cost. Overc oats and Reefers for Boys of all ages the big gest and best line in town all prices. ROBINSON. CHERY & CO.. J I2TH AND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

"&" yy' a. k THE VEATHER TO-DAY. Z- - - luir. Stationary Temperature. Northerly Wlndij. . . VOL. 2. KO. 592. BXTEEINl Fl ! T LI Premier Canovas Says United States is Very Friendly. DEPLORES PRESS CRITICISM Att rlhutes It tuMlstakeiiZcalot Ultra Patriotic People Hues Notr Jlelleve iheAdiiihiistrotlonliiellnedtoGrnnt Recognition to Cuba Qnccu and Cabinet lIaeCoiiildeiicelnCiimpos. llmana, Oct. 23, via Tampa, Fla., Oct. 29. Cable advices from Manrld stute Hint onoitier cabinet meeting was held yester day, and that much Importance Is attached to it. The only amotions discussed were the Cuban rebellion ami Spain's foreign re lations. Prime Mlnirter Canovas del Castillo gives absolute. 'Ienl.il to current reports that the goernnienl o tin rutted States is inclined to recognize the Cuban reH-ls. He says that the United States has gten and continues to give Spain proof of its lritndsnlp. He greatly Innicnteil the tone of a section ot the Spanish press In criticizing: t lip govern ment a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

I " -," '-Vf J -M- -; S,3"-'"1- 'A i'v?RC -rf?3 5 .- .pxjg' i- JV ' O.- - ;g" - ITv, iW 02. -ij- s- THE MQTlJSTN(Jr TIMES, WJ5PJN JSSDAY, OCTOBEB 30, 1899. W ! -V ij: & H. h F gtreet Corner hJerenth. Mornce Warehouse, r2d uear M. A $15 chair for $7.50. A roomy, com fortable A r in Chair with back high enough to rest the head. Finisffed mahog any over fine curly hire h showing a beau- SSSiJ - .J.. --,11 rASggty-vn Tn5J?5 ttful grain. Snring seat, covered leather, below, pressed damask or broca- telle. Really a fine chair at the price. Highly polished. "I want tou the Jeweler who comes Into your mind urstl" An Exquisite Match Box In Solid stiver beautifully engraved and strongly made. A charming and use ful gift for a tteatia man. The pries Is right, too my pricei always are. Two Dollars. I have Sterling Silver Goods in great variety. C. H. DAVISON, 1105 F Street N. W. Dovouknowthatelec- tricity is achcaper, bet ter, safer, and more r--liable power than steam? It makes a.bet-lerli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

-.yv - fc j-5fc. zfr" is. THE MOHNING TIMES. "WEDDAY, OCTOBEB 30, 1895. JJ Farcer, Butpoct a Co, 313 bovoutli btreeL TO-DAY and to-morrow are the last two clays you have to work for the first little.pony and cart. 'Bring- your cards in to-morrow .night before store clos ing in order that the three newspaper men may examine them and our books and make the award. If your men friends have a suit of clothes or overcoat to buy this winter, induce them to buy to-day or to-morrow. In an event the' will get the. full value for their money or mav have it back. 'Twas a jrood thing we prepared for doubling last winter's business. arker,! Clothiers, 315 Seventh St. Like a Breeze fl & in its swiftness and ThHfi smooth motion is era L"- v"u"i" i f' l1- AT tnor1 f aa r lonf or too rouerh o 9 ow for the rider of this paragon of wheels. It's a machine that CAN'T break down. Tuition all diy Ion; at Columbia 'field tho finest rtolng track lu the dUtrlc:. Guarantee tickets rioo. District Cycle Go,,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

?TSS W77'-;H- srv-f ,:3!r-f3r - -' -- ,VSfi- Of .svJT-sfwi WWFr?S& 4 JheWastiinQtonTimes (SIOEXIXCJ, ETCTKII, xk ScxDir.l OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company. TIMES BUtLDETOv 'ISCTtrtTXST COBMIB PENHSTLTIXIX AV2XC3 JISD Tenth BTjizrr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 433. Business Office' 337. fries Horning or Evening. Edition. .One Cent Sunday Edition. ........ ....Three Cents. Monthly by Carrier ifcrnlngand Sunday. Thirty-Ore Cents. Evtnlng ..Thirty Cents. Itorntar, 1 Evening sua J- Frmr Cents. bnnaay. J WAsmyoToy. d. c October 30. isos .SUs-fB! &i&pjj&$)wKQ 3SI352 SnbncrlberH to'Tho Tiniest" will confer n favor by promptly reporting any dliscerarte-sy ot collectors or neg lect of duty on tho part of carriers Complaints eltlior by mall or In per son will recelo prompt attention. The MornlUK Edition should bo de livered to nil parts Qf the city by G:30 o'clock ii. ni including; Snnday. The Evening Edition should bo In the hands of ..ubscrlbers not later than ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

'nSK-K-- (Bgy-l 5gv P? viaw--"afr iZFPpsCSV r?" " THE MORNING TIMES. -WeD ESDA r. OCTOBEB 30, 1S95. t LansH&Bro. Cold Weather Is Here. How about your Flannel Underwear? No better time than now to get your warm wearables. Flannel Underwear For Men. Men's Heavy Merino Underwear in white or gray, with Drawers to match. Eac'i garment- T"OC Men's Ribbed Un derwear in unbleach ed or natural color. I Close fitting Shirts or Drawers. IJach garment .... T"E5C Men's Winter Weight Wool Under wear, plain finish neck and self front. Drawers faced with like material. In white, natural wool or medicated red. acli garment I OC Men's Underwear, nearly all wool, extra heavy white fleece, natural gray, tan mixed or medicated red, or the Fleece lined Health Under wear. Dach carmen t l?OC Men's Heavy Weight Cotton Ribbed Under wear, as heavy and "warm as wool, but will not shrink or irritate. Each Garment H ' vJL' Men's All-wool Un derwear, guaranteed lOO per cent fleece. In two weights the "middle"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

K?T55!E?'r?:?,fi';?r?:SiFs -g& siaat.M&F:F THE MOJINTNGh TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 189B. Daily Bargains. C00i lGVTS make warm bedding neces sary. These sudden changes in temperature cause house keepers to carefully examine their stock of blankets and comforts. Do you want any? If so, let us show you the finest stock in the city we ane well prepared for cold weather. Blankets of all kinds, from the cheap-. e6t to (bo moet exptnle Comforts cotton or down rillows, oft as clouds. We carry a splendid line of Hair Mattresses excel lently made, and our prices on them are unusually tempting. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. Will nip you unless you hurry. Time to or der your FALL SUIT and An excel lent show ing of Sttit- inns a n d Ove-r coat ings to se lect from. At-the most rea sonable prices: Suits to order from $20. Overcoats iS. 615-617 Peun. Ave. TST. Lots in "OTTERBOURNE,": :$550 up. Otterbonrue" 1 situated directly opposite Inn new hotel at chevy Cb&dti It Is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

jsg37s 7 ,3,.- -Jf --.- 'J- - V j kWJJ'il-f X$ - W "VVT"1""2 ' J s-' tl. V THB MOltSItfO TIMES. WEDNESDAY OCTQBEB. aO, ISffl. TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW ENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. .J- Jt, $& THE .SPECIAL NOTICES. V C. ot Decatur Lodse. No. 9. Iv.cif r.. will take place to-d.iy at 1 p. m. Irom Grace JUpiscopil CUurcb, comer Mnlu and 1) streets southwest. Members ot Me lodge "mil assemble at tl.elr castle liMI at 12 in. Kilter lodges rc&iiivtfullv Invited to attend, W. B. UE.NNEK, K. or R. and. S. ii IJHAVE this date. October 2L 190. Mild out my coal business, 111 4 lfUi St.. to WulteraJt Co., whom I recommend to my natroM. etc. II. It. REIZEMSTEIN. It-em HELP WANTED-MALB. WANTRn-A boy to learu caki-fiaki Inn. AMuEIN'S. 142G 7tb 6t. nw. oca0-2t WANTED-A first-class drummer; one lii.it is acquainted with the city: one that can carry trade prelcrrvd. WHITE STAR TEA CO.. 705 4 1-2 St. sw. Call between 12 and 2 or alter? p. m. It "VTANTED...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 October 1895

S5i S!liwySv "" r ij'j""'''?si'Si5'fT"V - ' "- "V r r- "-t- , S"-i . -"fcl 8 THE MOBJSTNGr TIMES," WDESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1895. J- "-- r P If We Couldn't iiv fcL - Sell a GOOD OVERCOAT at $.10.00 we wouldn't have tny ten dollar coats, for QUALITY is the first cdnsidcrationjierc, and no matter what the price of a garment you can depend upon it being- RELIABLE and giving- SATISFACTORY-; vice. Blue and Black --75?" and Kersey Overcoats at $10.00 that are ALL WOOL and FAST COLOR, arc well trimmed and tailored, fit perfectly, and are superior to lots of coats sold else where at S12.S0 and $15. Suits, too. Good ones afSlO. 00. A big-variety of them, in cluding our celebrated standard Crow Black and Imperial Blue Rough Cheviot, in single and double-breasted Sacks and Cutaway Frocks. All sizes and shapes to fit all men. ROBINSON. CHERY & CO. I2TH AND F ST$. MRYER & PETTIT. I Are we not the People's Out fitters? Are, we not yours? m&BKmammmmmmBmga Hats hats hats To introduce our ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 31 October 1895

&fte fttmes MORMG, J FEESH 'EWS SUIDAY, M LYERY 12 HOIS EYEKH5 i S0C.AM0HI3 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Cloudy. Slightly Warmer, Easterly Wlnas. ,. ti "VOL. 2. !N"0. 593. WASHES, GKTOX, D. C, THUKSDAY MOBBING, OCTOBER 31, 1895.ETGnT PAGES. OX1Z CENT. TEEM FA' F HU MEWS EVERY 12 riii'3 Sale CANNOT DOCK WORKMEN GEN. HARDIN SERIOUSLY ILL HO KQPE FOR THE FfGHl Of Hmg. We are hustling out the S4-0.000 stock of the late firm of H. A. Ha zelton & Co.. of New York, which we bought at the sheriff's sate. Wo started tho ball rolling at 44c On the Dollar, and now we are doing oven better than that. Lower and lower co our prices, and faster and faster the bargains get snapped up. The ea ger crowd of purchasers grows big ger every day. Don't miss your chance luck like this doesn't often come your way. Men's Heavy Winter Suits, Dou-eTQ CC ble a uu single lirc-as ted 4 cJ . U J lien's Strictly .All-Wool Cheviot CC fl Suits, wholesale price $11.00.. ..40,'rU Heavy Winter Clay Worsted Suits, Resent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 31 October 1895

ssppPWfKSS Epa'WBSsS"?!; "KUJXf'jy TOE MOltyrKGK ,TIMES, TjIUBgDAY, OCTOBEB 3l", 18H5. ft E ' i Jl1 F Street Comer Eleventh. Storage Warehouse, THd near M. We warrant the ondltlonol avery thlng we soil, whether sold at a loss or at a profit. Piano Stool, $1-25 Another of our triumphs of buying. If we hadn't been on Nthe alert for unus ual val ues and opportunities we wouldn't barga It It in three woods polish mahogany flu'sh, ebony and oat &troncly braced. Top raises and lowers. "I want to be the Jeweler who comes into your mind fir.U" arge Sterling Sifoer Hail Poltser-S; ebJ.C tK xpovtfy $2.50. If you bare old gold In the house o,ulla useless brine It to ma and I will allow lor 11 on purch&sei wad. Q H. DAVISON, I105 F St. N. W. Do you know that elec tricity is acheaper, bet- ter, safer, and more re- ; liable power than steam? It makes a bet terlight, too better for ! Btores, better for offices. ! It Is e far ahead ox gas as the modem electric locotnottre Is ahead of the ol...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 31 October 1895

agHWTggMnaMBBSWPRgssaess it.,, ... i.-: , mn,, ,-, riw-- mm' i n miiii THE MOBNINGr TIMES, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1893. 8 P.4KK15K, Bridget & Co , S15 boTonth Btroet All THE little boys and girls who have been working for the little ponjr and cart must bring in their cards be fore 6 o'clock to-night. The committee of newspaper men will meet at the store to night, compare the cards with our books, and make the award. The winner will be announced in to-morrow morning's papers. How we regret we have not ponies and carts enough to give ev ery one of these little agents one of these grand little turn-outs. Never mind, the losers wjll have two more chances, as the second con test will begin November 1st, and the third December 1st. Parker, Bridgets Co. Clothiers, 315 Seventh St. KMMMMMilfri WAflfl ttWMMM IB T5o printing work we turn out compels the admiration of erery beholder. Ttothinff too large no thine too email for ue to print McGILL & WALLACE. Printers. HOT E Street K.W. 'Pho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 31 October 1895

?rS?s 535 j&rvm?rK tjJif -g"- -S"r"" ,- in ' N s'" - T " " t- 35--"SP9i ; -''' -" THE aiOTiynSTG TIMES,, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1805. ThB WashingtonTimes OiOKXING, liVEMSU, AND SCSDIT.) OWNED .VXD ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDIXQ. f CCniKisr Cokmik Pennsylvania Atexce and TENTH bTBECT. Telephone E!lt rlal Itooms. 138. Business ORH'e' Sir. rrice Vorairp or Ercnli.g Edition. .Ono Coat, fnulnyljlilion. IhreoCenu. llonlhljr liy Carrier Xorr.lnc jiul tsuuJar. Tnlrty-firo Cents. Evenin? Thirty Cents I Jtornlnp. ) EeulnRnnlv Tim Cents. ,,. sun-lay, WASHINGTON. D. C, OSrOBER !l iSD3 .GjRADF.sfe w ) cgujsciy SulMi-rllHTM to "Tlio TIiiioh" will conttT it favor liy iironiilly reporting any iIlM'otirttiy or collector, or iick-Ic-c-t t duty on tlio iiurt of currlerH. Complaints i-ltlier by nmll or In pcr m will rrcclio prompt attention Tin iluriiliij: IMIilun xlioultl bo le iUorcd to till parts of tlio city liy (I.J10 o'clock u. m.. Including Sunday. Tito Etenlnn Edition...

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