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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

-.v1""1 - ..;--.i.r' Me?-7" be crimes --vj. -sKErf,'r . ir;--;s-'- BORIHG, J .FBESI IEWS, : SOHUAT, M ETEET 12 EOUHS mm I - sot a with THE WEATH5S -VTO.-DAY. Fair. . Warmer. Southerly . W lnd. VOL. 2. 3STO. 396. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NQtJEMBEK 3, 1895.--TWENTY PAGES. THBEJ5 CENTS. SDXT VEB Ht HOU REPLY TO B&YiRD'S.NQTE YICEROY STOPPED THE AX HOT CUBAN ENGAGEMEHT ' ANOTHER LIGHT THAT FAILED. GIFT WOULD SHAME AKING HOLMES FOUND EEW FAES OF MEWS E DAY conn It Will Be Written By Chamber lain and Speedily Forwarded. WILGOX VERSUS WILCOX DctnllH-ot Hie Famous Divorce CuhO of tile Hawaiian Hevojutlonlut Jiuler, Who rcrwiaded n Barone-Ji to Marry Him Upon AsHiirniioc-H That He Would He King. London, Nov. 2. Prime Minister Salis bury lias handed (Her lo the Itijilit Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, secretary of state Tor Hie colonies, tue memorandum trans mitted to lilra by the United State" gov ernment through Ambassador Bayard rel ative to the Venezuelan question, Mr. Chamberlain M...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

B THE aiOltNIXG- TIMES, SUM" DAT, NOVEMBER 3, 1895. V VVVV7 Overstocked - v Sale. November 4 to 9, Inclusive. Every piece of furniture in the house will be reduced cut right down to the lowest notch. The signs of success arc everywhere in our store. Prices are responsible for them. And the biggest proof of price popularity vou'll find in the fact that we keep two hun dred aud sixty-five employes busy. People must -patronize us to make this possible peo ple must-have reason to patronize us and we can trace that reason to our prices and enor mous stocks. Just such prices as we'll quote next week bring us the trade of the town. Bed Room Furniture jrO sl,fl link lint Room Suite, rkniaiisliipgunr trrd hiultlrst M)S0 J21 Oai-lllllsh Mltlc, nsw 11 made ns nny ISO Suite, for. $1(140 18 hrhd Onk uite JOOO HCitakCo-nltiiriti- n Folding bed J3i00 40 Colonial Drcsiiijt Table, in solid in'thocMuy, inrple anil th-oli J12.KI $19 Colonial Dressing 'l' bio . $11 10 Chiffoniers. -lSWblloTuainiOCIjimn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

SSJSgSrSSS "t tvmmw 'rtywrwjsw?5 THE aiORNIXG TIMES, SUSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1805. 3 THE RINK. We Startle Furniture Buyers- Parlor Suite. m'fwM JHkswima sssiESSfi fc&IS) r'.f rf MwW 15S 6 large pieces, overstuffed, upholstered in fine silk brocatello, trimmed with silk plush, heavy mcy crj fringe, thoroughly made. Regular price, SS5. P- ' ,,JVJ ROCKER. Finely polished Quartered Oak, Mahog any Fliiloli and Unrlv Wr.li! Wo are going to sell llils lot in Four Daj s at SS.'jii ror each rn ker, and ir there are any loft then tin price will lie as it ought to lie $3. For no one ever heard of such quality, such material, such Mrcnglli, such lienuty at uuywneie near tins price. Sl.075 Sjfflji Jlilfj ffiytj ' rfwt iiHB lit 1ST ft WALL PAPERS. .,0''rr.?toc.10? ""'i.1',?'1,' rs. ' surxrb wp have spent imieh care over the selec .! il.i? satisfied that such an assortment of beiutlful designs ffoiTt THE JULIUS LANSBURGH SOKS QFANaBLEMOTHER Alumni of the University of Vir ginia in Mass Meeting. H ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

TILE MOUSING- TIMES,. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1895. TheWashingtonTimes (Uosstso, Evxxisa, jln SraniT.) OWNHD AND ISSUED Bt The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDINa, EornrtrrsT Coxxm Iikkstitamu. Avenue asd Txxth Stkiei. Telephone Editorial Rooms, H8. Business Office' 337. Mco Horning or Evening Edition. .Ono Coat. Sunday Edition. Thros Cents. Monthly by Carrier 2Iornlngand Sunday. Thirty-are Cents. ETonlng Thirty Cents. Horning, 1 Evening and- FlFTT Cents. bunday, J WASHINGTON, D. C -SOVEMBEIl 3. 1303 GlTRAdF.sTONCJL) 8ulMcrllH-iH to "Tlio Times" will Collier it JftMtr by promptly report ItiK any dl-courti-.y ot collectors or nee lect ot duty on tlio imrt ot currier. Complaints either by mull or In per bon will rrcelo prompt intention. Tlio Morning Edition should bo de livered to nil part ol tlio city by OilO o'clock n. m., including Sunday. Tlio EenliiK Edition should bo In tbo bands of subscribers not later tbun 5:30 p. m. Ilejected mmm-scrlpts nre usually returi.ed when nccomlwnl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1895. S. KAM, a '3 8th & Market Space. W Rise above all others. AAVAfl 1" I SUk sale which ever took place in the history of New York was started Wednesday, October 30. The entire fall produc tion of the Phoenix Silk Manufacturing Co. was sold at public auction by FIELD, MORRIS & FENNER, 80 and 82 Leonard St New 'ort. Our silk buyers were on hand and bought very near as many sil-ks as our regular stock represents. " Silk connoisseurs will have a genuine harvest this time. .All-silk black Rhadame. Mill price, 05c. Auction Price, 33c All-silk black Rhadame. Mill price CCc. A yard. Auction Price, Rhadame. ;tion Pi 49c 22 Inch all silk colored Kros grains, ele cant qui lily In all the new rail shades. Mill price, 73c. Auction Price, 49c - 22 lech all silk Mack sros grain, excellent value. Mill price, Gsc Auction Price, 49c 21-inch fine quality Mick satin Brocades Ycry nmest designs MI'l price, SOc. Auction Price, 63c 22 inch all ilk blick t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

- p- --? r-'- -t. -s. 0 THE MORNING TiwitS, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1895. M ake it Our Window! There are two Bed-room Suites in our lower window, that we would like to call your attention to. The White Enamel one took a first prize at the Chicago Fair ; it is rarely you see a suite so daintily beautiful. The other one, we wish you to see it specially, is the Serpentine Suite it is something entirely new. Wc give a description of them below. Furniture Department. This week wc are going" to make a gala one. Wc have always a large stock, tJiis week it is extra large, as wc have just gotten in a lot of new goods. The prices wc have "put on them will insure their speedy removal to various homes in "Washington. Bed-room Furniture. The White Enamel Suite which -wo show la window, made M cherry wool. with perfect enatueL Km pi re utylo ra trimmings. The head ar.d foot heard vt tho bed aro upholstered with eatlu The dressing lAblo Is very elegant a de sign, with a quaint rose ehnfed mirror The p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

J --S. &v- rsr -s, tttt-' ryr?JTVOr TTAfKS. SIHSDAY. 3JOVEMBEB 3. 1895. lVtrke-. ISrfJsct Co., CJJttl-J-,'3I5 Tin fct. The Boys' business has u'niost doubled during the past week. All due to that immense purchase of Hoys buits, ers and Uver coats secured at- one-third less than regular prices from that New York man ufacturer w Iro afterwards faileid. Think of All-wool.Suits at S2.50 and grand Navy Blue Chinchilla Reefers at $4. Sorn' we did not bti- double the quantity. Parker, Bridget &Go 315 7th St. It takes a "COLUM BIA" to show you all the sport that's to be gotten out of a wheel. Many "centuries" can b e reeled o ff 'mounted on this bicycle without it showing of wear and tear, the material used way it's put to- any signs It lies in and the gether. It you h-iven't cycled In Columbia held, yen should do to. for it's tb very fim t track in the District. "l,uiirau tee tickets, f-' tJistrici Gycls Go., voi.mtni w "HVKTI-OUIls" Z Hurt Iiriuain. nnacer 452 Pa Ave. ae-c- 1 Pilg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

r-' i?B-sTV - - -S" ,-.- - 753Jr -3-? W'W ,-" - THE-MOBNIJfG TIMES, SUM DAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1895. 8 !BBWBVV.ISiaCVVVVVMWIW 8 B 4H OHOOKEK'8 H ONLY ONE OPINION About OUR OVERCOATS this season, and-that is that they are just perfect. There's a vast difference between them and the others you see. They are BETTER IN EVERY WAY better fabrics, better trimmings, better workman ship, newer styles, look better and fit better than most custom-made ones. All styles Covert Coats, Knee Lengths, Ankle Lengths, Paddock Coats, Cape Coats, Inverness Coats, Military Coats, Storm Coats and Ulsters. Prices begin at TEN DOLLARS, lower than which it is not safe to go, and rise, stopping at every two or three dollars, up to FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS, ' which buys the best coat man can make. It's the same with suits. Just as big variety, as good qualities, as new styles, r as good values for the money. Same range of prices fcib to $45. HATS, SHOES, and all kinds of FURNISH.NGS, too, for men and boys. A big line of t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

K-ig- -j ' & "- - -5" T " v . -- -i Part 2 THE WASHINGTON 'TIMESPa5es9to20 5i WASHINGTON; D. C, SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 8, 1895. - ,'Tist. "JtJHMWBWIIWaBaWMtB "A Passing Opportunity." Kenilworth, B. G. Lots $150, $200 and $250. $1 down and $1 weekly. "Money loaned to build before you own your lot." Over fifty lots sold the first day, and three or four daily ever since. All who have looked at Kenihvorth since it was opened have bought as many lots as they could afford themselves, and have then made their intimate friends purchase all they could afford, Every lot purchaser be comes an advertiser of the subdivision at once. This is the best proof of the desirability of the lots that could be submitted. "Bear in mind that Kenilworth is not a country town but a part of the District, intersected by city- streets. It is this fact, above all others, that has made, the subdivis ion so immediately popular. The situation of Kenilworth on the B. & P. Railroad, just four miles from the h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

-t- - 10 THE. MORNING . TIMESy StTXEhVYV. NOVEMBER -3, 1895. IWEPW CIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. MEETING8 FOR THE WEEl. SUNDAY. N0VE1111ER 3. L- A. 4308 E. of L.. Musicians Elks' Hnll, Nintli and Pennsylvania avenue. Theatrical Stags Employes' Alliance Hall, 131G E street- D. A. GO K. of L., Executive Committee Times building, 11 o'clock, Bottllnc House Employes' Assembly Hall, COU F street; 11 o'clock a- m. MONDAT, NOVEMBER 4. L.U.No. 190, Brotherhood or Carpenters Hall, G27 Massachusetts avenue- L. A. 1G44 IC. of L., Journeymen Plastcr-era-riostercrV Hall, Four-and-a-lialf street and Pennsylvania avenue. L. A. 1748, K. of L. Carpenters and Join ers Society Temple. Firth and G streets. E- A. 1228, K. of L.. Plasterers' Lathers Hail 1310 E street. L. A. 104G, K. of L.. Bakers' Drivers Bunch's Hall, 314 Eighth street. -" '" Eadtes' Progressive AssemblyKofL. Times Building. . 'Arnrtlgamaied Society of CarpcntcnuAna ;Jolners Costello's Hall: Sixth...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

"- T THE MORNING TIMES, SUDY'&OVEM.BER 8, 1895. 11 ' - 1M- NEW YORK STAGE GOSSIP What Is and Is to Be On the Great Rialto. SUCCESS OF NAT GOODWIN The Character of Senator Beck Made to Order David Be- lasco's Triumph. '.tew Tort, Nnv. ". 1 hail hoped to tell Toil about Nell HurpeNS as a vestal virgin In the 'i'car One" this wfet, but Nell has heartlessly postponed the pruductliiu of this new- comedy, and although I am distracted with curiosity, 1 ivlil have to wait until Saturday nlRlit lx-Iore I thall be permitted to gaze on the-syjpli-llke Xcll In rlcnviii robes or sliivy while. I'm sure he wid look the part. , Alter years ot patient toiling David IlvLwu has at l.itl "giil there." On the upeuiug uiglil in "lleuil of ilaryland" at the Ik-rani square he cimc be.oro the cur tain in response to nitiusLi-tie calls and these were his words: "1 hae worked lvenl-;ive jears for tu-aight. 1 lau-lmoa superiiuimrary, a call bo), a proierty"man,a iilijeror small parii,a!inuiMcroi 1-n-ncli p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, I89&. NEW OUTDOOR SI'OKT ON THE BICYCLE. Polo, Tenpins and Croquet Ma- Also Be Played on the Wheel. The- fair athlete 1ms been looking about for frsh fields to conquer, and. being a progressive joung woman with Ideas, she Insists upon a new athletic exercise, even It one lias to be invented. It Is with Joj". therefore, slie Itarus that the bit tie clubs of the coming siasonliave mere pleasures in store atitl some surprises '? had in er dreamed of. II her atliUllc ability is equal to her de sire for novdt). she. as well as lier brotlier, can combine Karnes with cycling. riayirt; croquet, tenpins, handball, and hockey on wheels is qaite noel, in be sure, and as fascinating as novel, although at first many damsels will hesitate to conimit themselv es to any exercises making a-ich a demand upon one's skill. How ever, it can bedone, and no one knows how exhilarating the sport is until she has tried it. 1IULE8 OF TIIE GAME. For instance, to take ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

w 1 -"" ? . " "? -" '-T j-f" "TSTSft- THE AEOBNIXG- TDIES.M SUDAT,V3FEUJER 3, 1895 18 LANSBURGH & BRO Lansburgh&Bro A PRETTY FORM. A PRETTY FACE. What an enviable com bination! But one can far better be without a pretty face than a pretty form. But the form depends mostly on the corset you wear. An iii-mting corset is a bar to a proper form, and the greatest obstacle to the correct fit of your dress. We carry ever so many makes of correct fashioned corsets and have expert ladies to advise. ODD PRICE $100. This Corset is made of Alexandra Cloth, with satteen strips. Short waist and low bust. Wide whale bones, gored waist band. In white and black. Sizes 18 to 30. ISN'T IT? Only 31.41. . jfiyu& A FOR $1.00 Vvm$i This Wrapper is made of fleece lin ed Flannelette in pretty stripes of Blue, Grey, Brown, Garnet, also Per sian effects. Point ed yoke front and back finished with braid. Tight fitting lining to the waist. Loose front from yoke, with girdle. Extra large sleeves, wit...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

. ( ' TfiE MOUKrNG TIMES, SUNDAY, yofrEMBEB 3. 1895. 14 CENTER MARKET HI r THE CITYS PRIDE Tliis MaiMOth :et Hart Has one of the best equipped and most commodious inte rior arrangements of any in the world. The occupants of its 666 stalls are afforded every convenience for the transaction of their immense volume of busines. Everj' dealer is courteous and obliging and none but the very best-found product is sold and quick delivery is made to every part of the city. COLD STORAGE is sup plied to all dealers in meats. Facilities are supplied to all dealers in meats, fruits, fish, game, and other perishable goods. A special feature of the Cold Storage Depart ment is the fur-room, where the public can avail them selves against moths and all destroying insects, in the preservation of dressed furs, woolens, carpets, rugs, and other garments. - """ " """" !Z rJiMG ZZcyp"' fe. XViLj CHARTE aaa - vSJSgf- kw P S TON MAMET MAY D FOB iU! BY :o. COMSRES S70. & dPLY J; 187, j mdsik sirtesisii w...

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

.rnr-s-Ti. -Al -. Sffi- ?-. V "'i-'4' J ii THE MOITNTKGr TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBEB 3. 1895. 15 P EMRICHS PURITY. EMRICHS PURITY. BUTTER. BUTTER. BUTTER. BUTTER. BUTTER. Fesh fiiom I Hlie I V churn I daUy Exact Size of Individual Butter Plate. 'EMRICH'S PURITY" is the best thing ever put on bread. "EMRICH'S PURITY" is economical, but that is its least virtue. "EMRICH'S PURITY" could not be made any better at double the price. "EMRICH'S PURITY" is rich in flavor fine in text ure it pleases everybody. "EMRICH'S PURITY" is strictly high-grade noth ing cheap about it but the price. We are about to make an offer that will surely be met with pleas ure by every housekeeper in the District of Columbia. Those of you who have been using our "Purity" know all about its merit. Those who have not used it will take this opportunity and buy a sample and if once tried it is always used. Every day this week, at each of our eleven markets, we will give to each and every purchaser of "Emrich's Purity," f...

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

T fc,J StVjlW JW " -t j J. ' r ""- 16 J! Everything About These Well-known Hotels Is modern, immaculately clean, homelike in comfort. The Cafes, both for Ladies and Gentlemen (with private rooms for banquets, etc.). are ex cellently appointed, ,and the cuisine is unrivaled by any hotel in Washington. The rooms are hand somely furnished and the rates are uniformly low. - ----- - 2 THE Billiard Tf,'Pii?ijtfafi3iriiUi8j?JMtv Ofc II I ( I PSv I 'I ! t eaJI" ' Sfffa' & EL n a n Clf Iuee Q XT cf 1 1 y ti p gp o s i b b o qpo Ipgii Half . n .,fx .... Si iMill tebT fall- fliciMf I b3E uqilfelllrLUIl 485 Pennsylvania Ave, jg-. j-g ErgEZTnEBW8' " WHWKilia " im cm STATE ELECTIONS IDT. 5 A Dozin States to Vote for Their General Offices. GOVERNORS TO BE OHOSEN Eight to He Electcd-Cuiidldates ot All rartltr. for All the Office- In All tbu States l'ro loui Votes CuM in the Sei crnl Suite l"ucf and l'is ur'h of Intere-t at TIiIn Time. Tbc closing Stale elections of the year will bq held on Tues...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

" - - ?, rt ir' - - .-v .- THE MOBNOTQ TIMES, SUJn'DAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1895. Great Shoe EvenL Great Shoe Event, . -(:-" --?'"' - IT 51 Jr2k TOLL'S GREAT SALE Of the Entire Stock Made lip i&- r V For the Winter Trade of the A- Warren Shoe House! BOUGHT BY US FOR LESS THAN COST TO MANUFACTURE. Every pair of these Shoes was made up by the manufacturers for the regular winter stock of the Warren Shoe House (formerly on F street, now out of business). i , The goods were specially made for the finest class of Washington .trade, and among them are represented lines that can never be duplicated, b ing manufactured from exclusive patterns. The stock includes almost every fashionable style. Ladies' Kid, Calf, and Patent Leather Shoes Lace and Button Ladies' Russia Tan Shoei wonderful variety and Slipper and House Shoes, too. Men's Calf Shoes Men's Patent Leather Shoes Men's Kangaroo Shoes Men's Winter Tan Shoes Men's House Shoes and Slippers all makes all shapes all styles all prices but THE...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

" - .r-rr a ---ja 4v j. - vt?- f fi'1 -,: IS THE MORNING TIMES, ' SITSBB'AYT NOVEMBER 3, 1895. u R Woman BY HO BERT BAEK. JLutbor ot "The Face and the Mask," tbc Midst ot Alarms," Ac In I (Copyright, 1805, by EobertBarr.) , ' -CHAPTER IX. , Most of UiepassengerBawokenextmornlng sjcith a bewildering fseling of vague appre hension. Tlic absenca ot all rnotion 111 the ship, and unusual and Interne silence, Lad a depressing effect. Tlie engines had not yet started; that, at least, was evident. Ken yon was one of the first on deck. Ho no ticed that the pumpa were still working at their full spcd, and that the steamer 'bad still the ominous list to port. Happily, the weather continued good, so far us the quietness of the sea was concerned. A slight drlzzla of rain had 6et In, and the horizon was not many miles from the t-Iilp. There would not be much chance of Righting auothcr liner while such w ather cnnilnued. Before Kenyon had been many minutes on deck Edith Longw ortd came up the comp...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

eiiJ&v'5S9f-:s kft-TWi-ff'araw?'V1 -flr"V'"" . T--.-V- W -x-" 5-?rJ"ijl -''& THE MOTUsrEHR-TIMES. STTJfD AY XOTOSUBEB 3. THE TIMES' 32,000 ISTJRETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. SrECIAT. NOTICES. . ALL Democratic Toters In Mar) land re siding in the District arc requested to call at 1328 New York avenue, hcadquart rs Interstate. Democratic Association, irom Bat unlay until M onday I rem 7 p. m. to 1 0 p. m. to make arrangements fortransportatioa to the various places or Toting Jn tlic State CHAELESC.LANLASTEK.PrcMcieniMary- land Deruocrniic Club. D.C. I BEG to announce to my friends and tlie public Unit, ha ing retired from my official connection with Hie American Se curity and Trust Company, 1 will enter Into the Real Estate. Loans and Insurance business at 1216 P street northwest, un der the firm name of George E. Emmons A Co., having associated wit time Mr. Cliarles W. Simpson. formiTly or Banes & Simpson. Our offices hav...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 November 1895

7 :av V-- " " '.- -1" ""S-'" ' '-'", jkZj---- - r THE MOUNTNG TIMES. 'STEKDAT, - NOVEMBER 8, 1895. Grand Opehin; OF OUR n? -.": New Building Monday, November 4. - -sr-A .& 1 -gra tf 1 u'ja A.A-unan j- ... - j.- i 11 c. - v--f ! ,- fc.- 1 &4r-ji mi 1 in 1 kjuie im ry lliJ fa & prom ro k.M , I , .. jr. DROOP AND SONS request the pleasure of your company at the opening of their New Building 025 Pennsylvania avenue on MONDAY, November 4, 18Q5. Schroeder's Orchestra, Muslcale, 2 to 4 p.m. 8 to 9 p. m. Owing to difficulty of securing complete listB and correct addresses of all our patrons and friends, it has been decided to send out no special invitations on the occasion of this opening. During the entire day the five magnificent floors of the New Building will be thrown open for the inspection of the public. main floor, RECEPTION ROOMS, GRRND SHOWROOMS, UPRIGHT SHOWROOMS, INSTRUCTION PRRLORS, MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT. Mr Q3& mm nc " : CwSr H ,vtr,r . J vW 111 Xf$Br----4--...

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