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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 November 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, WEpJNESPAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1895. & ra liansiiurgli&Bro! BED SPREADS J AT 1-2 PRICE. ? f k t 6 ? g l here are ever so many merchants who j at the expiration of their selling- season 4 will gather together A the samples of all h their different men on 4 the road and close k them out to one of their best customers 4 k 4 I A A A A A A A A A A A A at a fraction of their real value, be they the most staple goods, and here is where we often come in, as the man ufacturer generally likes to close them out to Retail Houses who have been good customers of theirs. It's the old saying proven: "One good turn deserves an other." Such an op portunity again came 7 to us this week in the f shape of real good ? Jwnne tseu spreads t SHERMAN. CECIL & t A A A A A uu. i nat gooa, re liable house had several hundred of these offered them to our firm for OJVE- 4 HALF their value. A These are here now, A and you can share 4 our good fortune as it was, we really only I f bought the...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 November 1895

' St "' r - -.f- -V- V5- " -- 6 THE MOKXIXGr TIMJSS, WEDXJSSDAY, yOYJIMBEH 6, '-' --' $.. " Daily.llargalna. Four Special Parlor Suites DjIec overstuffed Mahogany fln lab, covered la Broca telle, a rev inarkabty hand&oine and well xsade suite. Kegular irice $03. Our price this week $42.50 ft-pleco TapeBtrr overstuffed finite beaut If al design, spring edges, llccularpilco $30. This week... (-piece Frame Sulto, Mahogany fin ish, coTered with Hrocateilo well mafift. Hegular irl?o 530. This week IUghUvSolledSulte,overstuITed,cor ered In aatlndama&V, 5 p locos. Thla Is a Tory beautiful eulto, and If It weren't bllghtly colled by dust the price would bo $125 23.50 -22.75 75.00 Wash. B, Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. Absolutely Painless Dentistry. si KT US rellev all your tenth troubles; we'll make a tt.or oticu exniul untion of your teeth and give jou the bene fit of our know ledge and iperi- nc e free. What ever operations are necesanry we'll perforin them skilfully and in an a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 November 1895

5S5S555!SS 'w--5s?C j-? TSE MOKNTNG TITLES. W.EDNKSDA.Y NOVEMBER 6, 1895; THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. srnciAi. NOTICES. OFPICEES and members of the Jour-iit-ymeii uaKcrs' Beneficial Union are hereby notified to meet at their hall on Weduesday ntternooii, Noeinuex 0. at o'clock, to attend the ruueral of our lato In other, Herman F. Huth. W. B. CHRISM AN, Frcsident. CHARLES BBXHBU.uVg. ll- HELP WAKTED-MALE. WANTED-Vouni; man of good ad- uress, nueut talker, not m raid to approach educated people. Address SALbB- MAX, this office. 1L WANTED-Ur. 14 u 1 cars ot age. Miiau wages, tolearn jewelry trade. Call tieuveeu 4 and t! o'clock 1514 14th st. nw. J ' . TVANTED-PaiMers at the Adminis tration Biulding, Fort Myer, Va.; 7:a0 to-morrow: tiring jour oera!ls and duster. HOBSOX BROS. lt-em TVAMTBD-'"l"t,tl"w union l.ouse luTinlc?,,. Apply to JACOB D. GOLD- SMITH. -117 7tli st. nw. lt,em WANTED-First-class coat makers to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 November 1895

"y-'fUMmwiiiiii wpBijiiapiiyajg ,-ajg(j(w- ,-aa-p 8 THE MOB3TNG- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1893. t Those All wool, fast color, Crow Black and Imperial Blue Rough Cheviot Suits that we sell at $10.00 is the biggest ten dollars' worth of clothes you ever saw. Newest styles in double and single breasted sacks and cutaway frocks, well tailored and better fitting than any cheap custom made garments. Poorer suits are sold in nearly every store in town at $12.50. "We have as good value in an Overcoat at the same price, blue and black, all wool, fast color Kersey and Beaver, good Italian lin ing and velvet collar. The tailors would think they were doing you a special favor to make its equal at $15 and even then they wouldn't fit as ..well. The best 50c Neckwear in America is here. It's the same grade as others get 75c and $1.00 for. Isn't the difference worth saving? . ROBINSON- CHERY & CO., I2TH AND F STS. MAYER & PETTIT Hi When you want a new suit, or your wife wants a new coa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 November 1895

5353gses.-K- -?- fiv5!w sj sgg" rjj 5wpRs;?iF'?t?!5:5,w ws-s- gpwii' 'V'pwyajc G r . rffc ' ' 5 imes c ; "t Ti??&r&t "V llUIII w . rn mz MOflMG, j FHESH HEWS SUNDAY, M EYEHT 12 EOGHS ETEHHS i SOlAHOHTH THE WEATHER TO-DAY. "Warm. Easterly Winds. WASHINGTON, J). C THURSDAY JVIOBjSTINgJ NOVEMBER 7, 1895. EIGHT PAGES. VOL. 2. KO. (500. ONE CENT. OXTEEW UQU VERT H2 i 2S';0TS0 h DAY LESS01 Onjjl ELECTION Combinations Broken and Ambi tions Killed On Tuesday. RING RULE IS REBUKED Presidential Timber Shuttered by tlie Blast and Senatorial 1'rospectn Ban ished Below tile Horizon What It Means In 180B Men Who "Went Dovwi n the Fray. Tlic result ot tLe "ofr-ycar" elections while containing a few grains of comrort for the Democrats, is on the whole largely favorable to the Republicans. Laying aelde the possibility of future rehabilitation,- a preliminary diagnoses of the situ.Uion by iiolillclans would, they ear, indicate the passing "' Senator 11111, ex-Secretary Whitney, Senator Gorman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 November 1895

"Ift1- -f 9 THE .MOUNTING TIMES. TJIUItSDAT, NOVEMBER 7, 189.", ( ,- - vC& " f ' WM05ES F Street CprnorElerentb. iloraje Warehouse, i2d near M. Ouratockol Oriental Bucs has nofa duplicate hereabouts, sua New York Itself can't rival th -prices we're asking now. -, White and Brass Beds have contributed a big item in our overstocked sale. The demand for them at the pri ces we're asking could never have been met with a smaller stock. Our special easy de tachable beds malie the neat est, prettiest, as well as the easiest beds to handle, ever made. S10 White Xnarnel ana Brass Sylmmed Bed. -will! S4 -woven Vlre spring attached, 3 feet wide $7,415 SlO.TosIze 3 ft. C In.-wldc. S7.95 Sll.r.O size 4 feet wide.. .. S8.4B $12.00 size 4 ft. 6 In. -wide.. 5B.9D 3 patterns of Enamel I run Beds, the best values In ihe -world, livery inch of the bed and mat tress frame Js enameled, nnd they're as near all iron -as a. bed can be constructed. We par chased a big lot of -00 beds for this sale, and s...

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

rijr -utg&iT' - - "v T'zrys THE MOHXTSGr- TIMES, TIIUI?SDA"Y. NOVEMBER T, 1895. 8 Parker, Bridget & Co., Clolhicre, 3U:tbeU - "There is no accounting for taste, " as was said of the old woman who kissed her cow. We bought 20 patterns of one line of men's suits. 17 of them have sold well, and 3 of them have "stuck." You might like any one of the three better than anv one of the 17. The- have been $10. Go? ing to sell these 3 patterns for $7.50 each. We know you'll like them better now! Come eariy. Only about 30 suits. Pate.Briiiget&GQ CLOTHIERS, 315 7th St. As a hill climber the "COLUMBIA" Cycle is su perb its light ness and the nice adjustment o f the bearings ac count for this. X---K "Columbia" will never fail you, come what may. As to loaruine Columbia Field oHeis Terr facility. Guarantee tickets, JiOU. District Cycle Co., COLIIMUIiS." 'UAlcTrOKDV 3. llart Brlttalo, 3anacer. 452 Pa. Ave We'd liVe you to becomo acquainted with our style of prlutitig. w e're confident yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 November 1895

"' ' " " ri "i'rH .- ti "-' --n "Ttsp", -i .t'Jfaj--vVU'f-g y r --.-. a? . THE AlOHNINW TIMES, r,TlITTRSDAY, X OY EMBER 7, 3893. n TheWashingtonTirnes (lICilXl.VG, EVKMJ.0, AND SCXD IT.) OWNED AND ISSUED at Tic Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, ECITCW13T COCMIK lUKVSTLTAMl AVEXCE-aXB. 1 KNTU STKEET. Telephone Editorial Horns, IU. ""' " Business Offlco' 3.. Trice VorainR or Ercaluc Eilllioa..One Cent. fcund ay Edition. .....Ihrou Cents. 1,'ontlilj- by Carrier Horning Jnd Sunday. Thlrty-flro Cents. Evening Thirty Cents- llornlnc. 1 ETeninsaUtlV nrrr Cents. bunday, J vTASHINGTON, D. C NOVEMBER 7.13DJ SubNtrll!cr to "Tlio Tlines".wlll coutiT iv fo,or ly iirniuptly reporting nuy discourtesy of collector, or neg lect of ilnty on tlio part of carriers. Complaints either by mail or in per son will recelo prompt ultcntloii. Tlie) Morning Edition should Ihj di llvereil to nil imrtfi of tlie city by OjIlO o'clock n. m., Including Sunday. The Evening Edition xliuuM bo In tbo lmnjw of si...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 November 1895

,J5i -wiT-t-ir nTF,p5??"3E ".3 T3 Fi'J-'SW?,' f-?' i -'. rvt. jsr-. w s --- THE -AIOBNING TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER -7, 1895. a " "VStS'? I Lansburgh&Broa j SILKS FROM k i 4 AUCTION. ' The Phoenix Silk Manu facturing Co. (Messrs. Groff & Co., selling agents) sell annually their rufnr-nrnHiinUnn nf" nljf! tion. These sales attract f the buyers of the largest 9 houses everywhere; first ly, because the Silks are reliable, and secondly because they are sold honestly below the price. These are a few that came ourway: AI1-31IK b'acV Su ran. Worth 625 yd. For All-sl.k black satin Rhadamas. Worth 75c yd. For All-silk Armuro In all now ovonlnR shades. Wort h75o yd. For All-silk black Taf fetas. Worth S5c yd. For All-silk fancy Taf fetas. Worth SI. 25 yd. For. Al!-sllk black B-o-cades. Worth S1.15 yd. For All-silk black satin Duchesse. Worth SI. 25 yd. For All-silk satin Duch 39 Yd. 55 Yd. 59vd B2SYd. 6 9 Yd. 85 Yd. 85Yd. 1 esse, 24 Inctios wide. Worth S1.50 yd. For Sl.OOvd. c All-sil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 November 1895

fJMS--?! S s -sgvSSr'H55 V- -'-?fc?.5i-".,X "!rs'-J"Aty-T f THE 3tOT?XrSG TIMES, THURSDAY, OTE3LBER 7, 1S95. G -" -Z. J3 lMly Ha r pat ob. Do you believe what yon "see? We do not ask you to believe what we say all we ask is for 3'ou to come and see for 3-ourself. We claim to sell furniture lower than anj-one else in town, and we are prepared to stand by it. We also claim that for va riety and low prices you can not beat our stock of carpets. As to, our upholstery de partment, we have the best upholsterers in town, who are always at your service to re-cover and re-upholster 3'our furniture when it gets shabb'. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. . Queen Ann Lotion is the most dainty prepa ration on the market for the skin for CHAPPED HANDS SORE LIPS rough skin. It's not a com plexion maker, but a sooth ing, healing liquid, that is neither stick- nor unpleas ant to-use. PRICE IS 25c You need it this weather, and all thro' winter. Mertz's "Modern Pharmacy. llth and F Streets Norll...

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

L-fi-C-t- - rs r " THE MOIIXrR TIMES. TIIUKBDA.Y XOVE5EBER 7, 1805. THE TIMES' 34,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW gENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. - f&lferir sij:ciat. notices. WR tin- iincTersIgned this ilay lia vi- rnrrord a copartnership lo carry on Hie busi ness or nJur-jOmc aud sas-fuuug at No. 414 Sixth street northwist. THOS. If. CREIGHTON. 11. G. 1'OXD. Novcmbct; 4. laOo. nccc-l-cm HELP WAKTED-MALT!. WAKTED-y1 man Tor outside work. Apply 177 l'a. ave,. -d floor. 1 t TVAKTEC-A bread and cake baker, only inosp, who can do first-class work need apply. -".ill at once-, 101 Har- nsu fit., Anaeostla. It WAKTED-AI once, a first-class wln uira oiesoer: salary no object. Apply to -S. KANN, SONS 4 CO., fcth and Mar ket Space. no7-2t WANTED-A boy In a slioe store: .j,ii -iu.il!, but a Rood opportunity to learn the business; ruust live southeast. Address HHOES. Jlus oflice. It TVAHTED-A gentleman not afraid i hum and wining to devote 9 liours daily to Uisimss;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 November 1895

-3"a? j & --"ft -v " '- w!?T??T!?r t 4 - -w - -j 8 THE MORNTNGr TIMES, TfftTRSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1895. - -- t v"-rfp -jr. j"- v -- THE SECRET 'w r Of our success is that thetota! undivided efforts of our entire force is devoted to making this 'the ideal shop ping place of the ,tovn. No misrepresentation, nothing but courteous treatment, and yoifr'money back at the first hint of dissatisfaction. Men's Sack and Cutaway "Suits at Fifteen Dollars' that keep the other fellows wondering howwe do it. All Fabrics, Clay Diagonals, Silk 'MTxecl "Worsteds, Cassi- ' meres', Scotch Cheviots, Tweeds and Homespuns, in new est colors and patterns, tri-colored, equal to the best, cus tom garments, and fit perfectlj Other Suits and Overcoats, too, as low as $10 and as "high as $45 with dozens of intermediated grades, and not a garment in the entire stock but what is better value than the same amount will 'purchase an3Twhere else in 'town. That is why the easiest customers we have are those who have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 November 1895

gH'-PgrTT'g-arifft-i 5- - "" i jJ- ' " 5ssSS!g4'-sS'iSf1- T"'"'s " s---" v. v v gXCtTJoIT X all-day itrrles of Th United j Preai, Ths Hew England Aiioeiatsd Fren, Ins SonthtrnAiioclatei Fren, Tte How York State Auoclated Press, inp plemented by tns exelaiiva right to publish in Washington the New Tork Herald copy right cable service. &imes THE WEATHER TO-DAY. - ii ne Threatening; Weather. Wnrin, Light Local Showers. West to South "Winds. WASHXNtJTON, D. C, FRIDAY 310RNIKG, NOVEMBER 8, 1895.--EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. VOL. 2. 2s"0. (501. I1XTEE1M1 FA 7 . x - m z zz7rzizzz zzi zz , ,jz z zzz QES OF WEWS EVglftY 11 E INQUIRE. 11 E3 GTS. A DAY . . - .1 - .... i ' " ' ' ' -..-. - Xeuktion if?7? echoes 'prw- w5M voices &. BLAMES THE nnMtnl&NS FLUHG WIDE IIS GATES Washington Does Signal Honor to Ex-Governor Shepherd. THOUSANDS SHOOK HIS HAND Porte Sends a Denial to the Turkish Legation. fc y m Crowds Greeted tlie Founder of New Washington at Wllhird Hull Bril liant Ih-eeption Unde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 November 1895

t?V.- (O. 5LA -s!ff3? i? s" ' ct-"v iSF' inr'r - yp-v- .' -", THE MOnyiNG TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1895. UCiHES felON r Street Corner Eleventh. Moras Warefcooso, said near H. Bedroom TABLE, - - $1.22 w ; if ft 'MM Solid oak or mahogany finish table, with 16-inch square top and one lower shelf moulded edges, neatly turned legs a table worth all of $1.50. Price to buy ers to-day and to-morrow is $1.00. That's just one of the big values in our over stocked sale. Every niece of furniture In the house has had Ita price cut lor the Bale cut deeply till roctorsataad out wita most tempting promi nence Solo ends Saturday night. "I want to be the jeweler who -comes Into your mind first." ?ts (Efyctnrt Sifoer Backeb (Tortoise Sl?ell Comb $2.00. Select gifts now for Xmas a small payment will reserve them. (; ). Dcuns'on, j. (Open every evening) Jeweler, 1105 F Street N. W. 6 ESTABLISHED JULY. 1879. Lace Curtains look so much better when tnowy wbita You need not fear to trust jours to ua, howe...

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

c-r"' .'r "--f ;--w -jcSs i JSAr.w "1S &ZrfrCTZ 5""S?. w0 55--- THE MQKiaXG- TIMES, FBIDAX. KOVEMBEB 8, 1893. ,'--rr , :' J'arkcr, Bridget Co., Clothiers, aijVlUst. Our new manager of the Boys' Clothing Department is making himself felt. The Boys' Clothing business has jumped 50 per cent since he took a hold. He thinks it ought to jump 100 per cent insists that he is going to make it jump a 100 and this is how: Boys' All-wool Suits, S1.73. Bora' -Mi-wool Scotch Jliiefl Suit, north tl, for $2.10. Boys' Black and Xavy Blue All-wool Cheviot Suits, color warranted, value 3, for 13 Beat quality made ol the abore s ults, Talue S6, for $1. Black Clay Diagonal Worsted Suits, Hack end navy blue, jraluo. T, for S3. bpedal lot of Boys' Xnvy Blue Chin chilla Heelers. Grand Taluo at ?5. Only 13 and an extra lino 17 Chinchilla Heeler for 13. Boj a- lieefer Suits, O. I, and J6. Grand line of Boj' Oiercoats $3 to 110. Any quantity of Boys' Odd" Tanti from 53c, 73c and II. rksr.Biidget&Co CL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 November 1895

:THE JMOENINGTIMESi TBIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1S95. TheWashitigtonTimBS (UCKMIXO, ErEttNO, AN SOOTAT.) OWNED AND ISSUED BX The Washington Times Company, TIMES BniLDISO. ' BocrawiSTCOKsrRlTKKSTi.TASix Atzste and Tclephono Editorial Rooms, 13J. Business Office' 337. Trice 31orninc or Evening Edition. .One Cent Eunday Edition. ....Three Cents. Monthly by Carrier Moraine And Sunday. Thirty-Are Cents. ETenln; Thirty Cents. llornlur, ) Evening and- Fhtt Cents. fcunday, J WASHINGTON, D. C. NOVEMBER 8. ISM SulwcrilMTH to "TIio Times" will confiT n fin or by promptly rcportliil" nuy dlsconrtf.y of collector or neg lect of duty on the pnrt of cnrrlora. Couipliilnts fit her by mull or in per son "111 ri'cclie prompt intention. Ttio Morning Edition should bo de livered to nil parts of the city by GUIO o'cloclt n. in., Including Sunday. The Keening Edition nhould be In the hiiiulH of rubscrlbern not later than 5:30 p. in. IUJevtod niumifccrlptu nro usnnlly returned w lion ncooinpanlcd by MnnipK, but a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 November 1895

THE MOHNING TIMES, JTfflDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1895. frfrl4 HE GAVE THE BRIDE AWAY i Lanstiurgh&Bro eisu's iMtacE. At the Boa Marcha. The DAV7JF8. V V B I Remnants ODDS and . ENDS. A Plenty of them-all 9 4 neatly ticketed such a 9 variety thFs week. Hun- vj A dreds of the most de- a sirabla kind in excellent r ? lengths. Worth coming I t to see. Take the ele- v vator for third floor. J k One great, big floor de- f 4 voted exclusively to the B I sale of REHHAHTS and ODDS AND EHDS. ? 1,300 yds,. Teazle m Flannel Remnants, soft m finish, new styles. 10c Worth 18ejd, for. Asmall lot of Light Pinlc, Blue and Cream Baby Flannelette Rem nants. i nc Worth 15c J. for.. yard 25 pieces of the Orig inal Lindsey Woolsey, 30 in. wide. Suitable for skirts or working1 dresses. 5 c ,. jar 2,000 yds. Scotch Plaids, 32 in. wide, double warp, fast col ors. 9C Worth 15c yd. for... g S00 yds. white Apron- ette with fane- borders, n 40 in. wide. QC Worth 18cd, for c7 jard ? A small lot of Honcy f comb Towel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 November 1895

G Xjftily llargnlne. How about Carpets? Are yours beginning to get threadbare ? A shabby carpet does make a room so dowdy. Carpets are very cheap now. We never knew them so cheap you can get the finest kinds for what j'ou used to pay for medium grades. Since the alterations to our store we have splendid facilities for showing carpets we have a splendid stock to show, too. You had better look over it if you are thinking of birying. We don't think any store in the world can show you a better line of Tapestry Brussels. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. Queen Ann Lotion is the most dainty prepa ration on the market for the skin for CHAPPED HANDS SORB LIPS rough skin. It's not a com plexion maker, but a sooth ing, healing liquid, that is neither stick- nor unpleas ant to use. PRICE IS 25c You need it this weather, and all thro' winter. Mertr's Modern Pharmacy. 31th and Y street Northwest Fcr the Blood is the Life "Our Native Herbs," Nature's creat healer It con tains NO J1ISERAL T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 November 1895

5?3fRJP? !-,?, C-- .$. - THE MOBNXNG TIMES. FBIQhr NOVEMBER 8, 1895. THE TIMES' 34,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 .READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. i t I SPECIAL NOTICES. PUBLTC SALE Or OLD MATERIAL, at the Naval Proving; UrounU, Indian Ilcail. McL Navy leiarttiieni. Washington, D..C October 22. 1805. In accordance Willi tin? provisions ot the second section of the ncl of Congress, approved 1 August 5. 1882. Statutes at Large, vol. , page 296. and the "acl maklug appropriations for the naval service Tor I he fiscal car ending June 30. 1891. ami ror other pur nua's," approved June 30. 1830. there will lie Hiu tit the Naval Frovirg Grpiiml. Indian Head, Md November 15, 1805. certain material belonging to the navy condemned as unrit roruse therein, consist ing or 213 ton-,, more or less. Harveyized ulckle slerl; 216 tons, more or less. nlckie steel; 30 Ions, more or less, steel; 29 tuny, more or less, urmor piercing projectile steel, and 9 tons, more or less, ot...

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

"-riK-S THE MOBNING TOIES, TBIDATT, NOVEMBER 8, 5895; 6 SEMI-DRESS - clothes for afternoon and evening wear are here in abundance. Cutaway Coats and Vests in Vicunas, unfinished AVors.teds, Thibets and Clay Diagonals, all grades, all stylishly cut, and will fit better than most made-to-measure garments. Prices are $10, $12, $15, $20, $25, and $27.50, which include every grade worth having. Separate trousers in neat stripes, Cassimeres, Worsteds and kindred fabrics $4 to $10. The Shoes we sell are unapproachable in style, durability, fit and comfort. Calf, Box Calf, Winter Russia, Patent Calf, Enamel Leather, Kangaroo and Cordovan, all sizes and widths. Prices arc FOR MEN, $2.40 to $6.50. FOR BOYS, $1.40 to $3.50. Stop in and see how well you can be suited. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., I2TH AND F STS. We Don't Think We know everything, butwe do think we know a good suit when we see it, and that's the kind of suit that we make. We put good material and good workmanship in all our suits....

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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