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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

fcp w ?,. CLxz Ifou VOitl $or l?eap as? TOIi. 2. aSTO. 4S7. Returns Up to Midnight of Con servative Victories. LIBERALS WERE ROUTED Salisbury's Majority in the Commons BxpoeitdtH.eOverNiiHty Liberals Hope to Retrieve Their Fort rossos iu the Ctiuniie Ilareoiirt May lo slhiy Cwmo Baok. (By United Press.) Loflo, Juty 1C. The tcady inciosse in cIh' UMuttigt strength bargain been the leatwre b to-days oittng for members of tile m jMnMaroem. The returns received up to mfctnigta show the election of 231 Conservatives and Unionists, S5 Liberals, 33 MoCaroliyries aud A FarHellttcs, mak ing net Miiontet gain of 3 1 seats. If ibe counties follow the lead of the boroiMus. r---rtiup to uitionteta jii Uie Eame proportion, Uie arty wire jmllers estimate that Lord Salisbury will con trol a majority in tbeoJHKus of ninety over the eotnbiaed Liberal nod Jrhiii mem bers Snob a sanguine view, however, is in no wise assured of being realized. The Liberals build their hone ujtou the result in the comiti...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES,' WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1895. 2 2 "MOSES fi& Sqns r and KlevpiUU Sts Storage "Warehouses 22 J St. noar M. We close crery woek-dny durlnj July and August at 5 o'clock p m. We told you some days ago of our lng Sideboard ?urchatee. It was this way: he manaiifacfcurer liad a lot of theai, eimbracin two very pretty patterns. He wanted badly io ell for cash, aud we made 'him a lot offer, winch he .accented. We bought at such fig ures that we can sell these Sideboards at these prices: The $21 Ones for $13.75. The $22 Ones for $14.40. They're the best BOARDS wo'vo ever fM at these prices and tho largest. 4 ftifl le Have largo bevel plato auh-tors. iCeatly -c.n fd top and ha.sc, oonvoirieut rtioites, doable cloels, S drawers 1 lined for sHvort Basy enough to got $6 apiece more for them Diamonds are always a good investment. I can sell you am sort. Diamond Soli taire Rings a specialty. I :an compete with airy one iu prices as well as quality. C H. OiAVISON, We do not de...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

TJEEE WASHINGTON TIMES, 'AVEIXN ESD AT, JULY 17, 1895. 8 HT "Odd" Trousers, 31 "Odd" Coals and Tests, $5 This last offerins: is like a tree full of ripe, blushing peaches ready to be picked. Of course we lose heavily on these but it is our way of "cleaning store" and mak ing friends. A lot of S3, $4, $5 and $6 Troupers left from suits any pair for $1.65. A lot of "Odd" Coats and Vests left from $10, $12, $15, $17 and $20 Suits the choice for $5. Blue and Black Cheviots, Serges and Fane7- Mixtures. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. 8E-S O - ? Come in and see ? "Crescent" No. 130,000. "Yo Trant to show you tte finest A h'e' in Amenta the "record break- er' of the year "CRESCENT ' BI- i 0LEs bold tUo recosd with 50,000 g wliotMS last year dumber 100,090 has ? already ben reabo?, and the boason onlv half over 'J bats the record A were proud of therecord noueother V can approach, ?&$ZO to 590. 4 Western Wheel Works, . Washington Branch, Cor VntlutiiJ II Streets ". W C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

THE WASimsTGTOJtf TIMES,' WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1S95. TheWashiiifltonTimBS (EVERT DAT IK TOE YUM.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, EocrmnsT Cokkkr rrvvssr. vania. Avenue aa d Tenth SntEnr. Telephone rdltorlal Rooms, 556. Rueincss Onlce, 35". "rice. Dally Fditloa One Cmi Sunday Trillion Threo Cents 11 she iium:b... lbIrt-flvo Con: WASHINGTON, P. C, JULY 17, 1BS5. Stili-criber. to "The Times." will ciiifr it ljor by promptly repoiiin;; uny ritrouurteisy of collector-., or iie-i-ltct of dmv out tiop.i.rt ol i lie curriers. Conitdniii:-. c-itiiur ly mall or in .cr on will receive prompt Hllontioii. Pnpor -should bedeltvered toull partn of tlic t'lty by (j:"iO o'clock each morn injr, lneullii;; Sunday. "The Wu-liingtoii Time" is a iiiphi bor of the Hoelululo Co-operative So ciety. TAKE THE TIMi:S "WITH YOU. Suiiii!iir.OiitliiN Will Not Ho Kn jo.v od XTnlo-s It Ooox Aloisij. Tin f-miimer tide of plta.jira and liealt li-ertkr- has set in toward uiimiitrti:!,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

THE -YASniISTGT01Sr TIMES,' WEDESDAT, JUXT 17, 1R95. er f f t t f ansborsb & Bro A GENERAL t BOILING DOWN OF EMBROiDERlES. ? The season for us is J f fast fad nT. We must A d'spose of stocks new e to make arrangements f fcr our fail business, f For you it is different. Embroideries, though I alvays good, are now more needed by you $ than at any other sea- f son of the year. Just see the money you can save on Embroideries: a 9 The! Hand 15c quail- ties either Cambric or Swiss, 9 lOc Yard. y One lot 27-inch Hem- fi stitch aJ Flouncing:, with Q embroidery above hem. . Worth 4-Sc yard, for 25c Yard. V 4-5-i-ch Nainsook and Y Swiss flouncing with fc Hemstitched or embrold ered ede. Woith ii-25 y yard, for ScYard. v 4-5-I-ch Dc'ted Swiss Flouncing, with embroid- B ery edge. Worth ?1. 25. R SI. lO Yard. f V f Y WkWfcta tw. 12 422 424. 425 7t'j Si. C3Ss"S'SC-0 -O-S--O-J-O Every Refrigerator And Ice Chesfc. Is offered This Week below Actual cost And on Credit! ill Is the U nee of your li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

THE WASHrSTGTCXN" TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JTJXY 17, 1895. Ft Photosraphic Fee!1 1 Out i "We have completed the enormous task of photographing the thous- j ands of TIMES subscrib ers, who took advantage of the great offer made by this newspaper. The rush at times was enormous, but the splen did facilities of this mod ern and perfectly-equipped Gallery were equal to the occasion, although many coupon-holders had to be requested to have their sittings made at a later date, in order that o n 1 y perfect pictures might be turned out. No Dissatisfaction will be shown at the work, as each picture is taken and finished in the best and highest style. We have to thank those whose patience was taxed by the occasional long waiting some times nec essary, and believe that ever3T one will be more than well pleased when the photogrpahs are de livered. SPECIAL OFFER, "We will still continue to present all coupon-holders, "vvlio may liave been unable to present their coupons in time with ONE FREE CABINET I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1895. One Oent ft No advertisement less than 10s. One Gent A I No advertisement less than 10a- One Cent Z No advertisement less than 10a- Onrj Per USUI Word No advertisement loss than 10a. No advertisement lass than 10a. One OseiI Z No advertisement loss than 10a. OilS u60t Word No advertisement loss than 10s STJILMER HKSORTS. DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, On the Crest of the AIIcghenIo3. (Main Line B. & O. R. R.) 6EASON OPEN'S JUNE 22nd, 1805. Rates $00, $75 and $90 a month, accord ing lo location. Furnished cottages, with facilities for housekeeping. It desired, $450 to $000 per Geason. Address GEORGE D. DeSHIELDS, Manager, Cumberland, Md. WRITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, CUMBBRLAND VALLEY RAILROAD, NEV ILLE, FA. One of the most delightful pleasure and health resorts In Amorica. Magnificent .MOUN TAIN SURROUNDINGS 2,0:0 FEET ELEVA TION DRY ATMOSPHERE TINE GKOVES, J10T SW.PHUR BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI SINE, FISHING, BOATING, DRIVING, SHOOTING, BILLIARDS, TE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 July 1895

THE WASHXPTGrTQy TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1895. I Ml 'I.I I llil I I PAY STOLIS TAN SALE I CROCKER S, SHOES, OJ'J Pa. Ave. N A visit to OUR SHOE) DEPARTMENT, and see what a complete stock of HIGBC GRADE fashionable Shoes we have examine the qualities and prices and see how much you can save "on former shoe bills,' and at the same time wear as st3Tlish and reliable footgear French Calf Patent Leather at $3.00 -in Bals., Congress, or Button, narrow, medium, or broad toe," all sizes, all widths a perfect fit guaranteed. Other Shoes in Calf, Russia Calf, and Cordovan. $2.40 to $6 for Men's and $ 1 .40 to $3 for Boys. Watch that Bargain Counter in our Furnishings Department. Special for to-day are all that's left (about four dozen) of those $3.50, $4, and $4.50 Ladies' Shirt Waists. Take them at $ 1 .50 each. The $5.75 Men's Suit Sale and $2.25 Pants Sale is still in progress. There's about $3 in value for ever7 one 3011 spend. Come and see for yourself. V Robinson, Chery 8l Co I2TH AN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 July 1895

(Xv IJon ID it I? or 0?capBcts? VOL. 2. JSTO. -1SS. W-ASHiygTQ3sT, D. C, TnTJESMY3IOEnsTG? JULY 18, IS 9 5 EIGHT PAGES. 0!NJE CE3TT. East Deanewood, D. UTILIZING AMERICAN HISTORY. FELL ON Off OS Three Thousand Rebels At tack the Captain General. A Rare Opportunity to Secure a Fine Building Lot, 25x 140 Feet, in the District for SI25 on Easy Payments. EAST DEANEWOOD is a fine level subdivision about three miles from the Capitol Building-, the plat of which is recorded in the District Surveyor's Office, Countj Book 9, page 101. The streets are 90 feet wide and con form to the city plans. 600 shade trees have been planted, with boxes around same. All lots have 19 feet of parking and run back lo 20-foot alle'. Lots are 25 feet front by 140 deep and all on GRADE. D, E, F, and G streets northeast extended run through East Deanewood. The Engineering' Department has tested all the streets and found them correct. SO LOTS ONLY WILL BE SOLD at THE ABOVE PRICE. As sixty thousand readers of The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 July 1895

the wAsiroraToisr times, Thursday, jtjlx is, 1895. IM UMli Tfl PflHDII ant arilalli 111 lumrLi wore notified by Superintendent Evcr ell in the office. Now, If tiioy succeed in finding oiitwhtf sald this it won't he hard to guess the re sult, but Jf I succeed in getting at least ten initiates for the boys to eat in I will feel that I am more than paid if I do lose my position. Such statements as liave been published would not bo seen if free passes wejc not distributed amoug the reporters. "We would be very grateful to The Times and the public if they wlUaBslstus in gaiuing our point." MRS. HOWARD IS RETICENT & Sqk; She Claims She Never Knew the Peitzel Children. FaudrioenthSts Storage Warehouses '.ad St near M. Would Mean "Six Months Lay-off Twice a Year" to Cablemen. Interesting Exhibit Showing What Has Been Accomplished. District Attorney Graham Will Not PeriiiitllownrdtoBoTiikenFrom Philadelphia to Cuiuidu. FINE LOOAL DEVELOPMENT MEN ARE EOT SATISFIED i'fi I MEN'S PANTS I I $...

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

ths wsHEsraTO Trams, thtjbsdat, jttILy is," 1895. " ' " ' . -I I 1 "I i ACTING tor Pants are not? vou i ou 11 never get another such chance. "We are running: off all the "odd" pairs left from suits, whether $6, $5, $4, or $3 for SI-65 per pair A daAT will make a big dif ference in the picking. Parker, BridflBt & Go., Clothiers, 315 7th S &-G-045OOoH i f ? Learn f To Ride h A Bicycle" In our big RIDING SCHOOL and you'll learn tlio most graceful stylo of riding in the shortest time. There's nothing to hinder your rapid progress hero whilo the amplo floor space, excellent facilities and capa ble instructors tend to dim n lsh the usual difficulties of learning. The tuition fees nrosmnll and if yi purchase a -wheel here they're deducted from its price. I District Cycle Co., A "Columbia" and "Hartford" Agents, i 452 Pa. Ave. 6 0&&&&S0' STAHS TWINKLED HO MORE Their Brightness Obscured by the Wasliinsian Market-House Nine. It "WftK ft Well rinyed and Clo-sely COHteMe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1895. 4 g' ' The WashiiifltonTimBS (EVEKY DAT IK TIIE 1 tfAK.) OWNED AND ISSUED UY" The Ta:Ainflton Times Company, tihcs UULDIKG, JSOrTHWKffl" OfMtXER 1'ENJ.SVl VAMA AlTK.DE AND TH.TH iJTKEW Telephone Editorial Koonis, 435. Business Ofllce.JBr. Tricp, Pally Ktftttoa One Cent. -uudj- IVlltioH Three Conts the month 'ihiitj-llvo Cento. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 18, 1S85. gfiDs(vlxpLcoyNCit Sub-orilHTfs to "The Time-.' Mill eonfVr a io by promptb i opoi-ilnsr nny linirttsy of collcctoin, or in'S l(ct of dutj outhepuit of tin currier Complaint, oil tier liv mall 01 In por on will receive pioiupt attention. Jn,Mrt.liHlilbedPllorl toullpiit t of tho eln by 0.:i() o'clock each morn liiiX, including Sunday. " I be IVitMlitiisioii Time" 1- a niein t)cr of tins Kouhdule Co-operttlo So oit t. TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOU. Summer Oiitiiurn Will Xot He En joy d TJnln-i It Gneh Alonur. "llu rMiiiimer tide of plcaMiio and l2i'nltli--tkrh lia. ot In toward znounlaiii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 July 1895

THE WASHTJSTGrTO TOTES, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1895. f f f LulEuRlliBiifcl jf UeII y IF f You or-one of your llttie ones should $ just happen to be 9 short on Under-! wear and one piece 9 would help you out 9 you have now an opportunity to buy f ONE ODD LOT Ladies' Jersey-fitting Rib- bed Vests, with lone or short T bleeves. Regular 35c value, f Special Price, 25c $ f All of our Ladies' ISc bviss 9 f Kibbcd Vests, low neck and no sleeves. Reduced to 12 l-2c cacli. Odds and Ends In Chil dren's Gauze Vests, high neok, with lonp or short sleeves. Regular pries, 25c. Special reduction, 12C Each. 9 t f f t f f t f f t f Children's Swiss Ribbed Vests, low neck; and no sleeves. Regular price. 25c. Special value, 1 2Jc Each. The same condition of f stock PREVAILS in our f Men's Underwear, f Many men could save V at least half if their size should be among the k lot of odds and ends. You might at least try. 4 4 6 sshc. 420, 422. 42.1. 426 7ti -St A s .utelv pure Frozen by nature, j' s be t-ame t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 July 1895

THE WASHHSTGTOjST TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 38, 1895. ErEFiGv Men's & Boys' QUALITIES. All Sizes, Ail Styles. ! Thirty m Nine IENBY f BANC 8ft OON, Cor. 7th and D. --rEmt We have completed the enormous task of photographing the thous ands of Times subscrib ers, who took advantage of the great offer made bjT this newspaper. The rush at times was enormous, but the splen did facilities of this mod ern and perfectly-equipped Gallery were equal to the occasion, although man7 coupon-holders had to be requested to have their sittings made at a later date, in order that o n 1 3T perfect pictures might be turned out. NO Dissatisfaction will be shown at the I work, as each picture is taken and finished m the best and highest style. We have to thank those whose patience was taxed by the occasional long waiting some times nec essar3T, and believe that every one will be more than well pleased when I the photogrpahs are de livered. SPECIAL OFFER, "We will still continue to present all coupon-hold...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 July 1895

THJE WASHINGTON TIIUES, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1$95. "n WWt M3MIM.LB I ! IIM 111 I HO bOHT Word No advertisement less than 10a. fin. ffWf Pel Per Word UflD mill Word ro cdcrtisci3cat less than 10s No advertisement less than 1,0c. 008 GOOf Word No advertisement loss than lOa. On a Pnnf Per 110 uBlil WORD No advertisement less than lOo. OilB COOt WORD No advertisement less than 103. 0S18 OOllf WORD No advertisement lasa than 10a. sum-Mer resorts. GOIKG o Colonial Beach stop at JoiiitMon'fa for dinner, 35 cents. jvLB-At DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, On the Crest of th AIlcghcn:03. (Mam Lino B. &, O. R. R.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22ud. 1895. Ecttes $60, $75 and $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, with facilities for housekeeping, II desired, $400 to $G00 per season. Address GEORGE D. DoSHIELDS, Manager, Cumbortaud, Md. AN IBEAL SUMMER HOME-High and dt j. ; no UMiMtHitMs; an abundance of frutt, Mowers, iuiIU, vegetables, ire and pure water; fine shade and alr rooms; mail lmc a d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUESDAT, JULY 18, 1893. Why Suffer With the heat when thin clothes cost so little? Blue, Black, and Gray Serge Suib are HEREat$io, $12, $15 and up. Thin Coats and Vests and Odd Coats in all grades and fabrics, Mohair, Pongee, Alpaca, Silk, Drap-d'ete, Seersucker, Sicilian, Elanuel, .and Serge. . All Outing and Tennis Suits ONE-THIRD OFF of regular prices. All $3 and $4 Duck Trousers now $2. Blue Serge Coats $4, $5, $6.50, and $7. NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, good ones, as low as 50c. and up to $3.50. , TAN SHOES $2.40 to $6. A specialty choice line at $3. The best ones at that price in America. If 3011 are as large as 3S to 44 chest measure there's great picking for you in the $5.75 Suit and Coat and Vest sale, and no matter what your size 3'ou can be fitted in those $4, SSt and $6 Trousers at $2.25 per pair. Robinson. Chery & Co I2TH AND F STS, S W "CREDIT IS j OUR CREED." t''! ' i'-.iii.ihiii.j ""''' '-- ' " "" u.i'in, rjiiuMT-mrnl k.'5?M 'A(i- wifh 0011. We'll -oro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 July 1895

'tSjf WJ .a CCre Viou Witt or (l?eap (Bets? TOL. 2. !SrO. 489. WASHXNGKTOIN, D. C, 1T.RIDAY jtfOHlSrESFGr, JUXY 19, 1895 EIGrHT PAGrES. OJB CE2TT. TeiegrapMc News Supplied Tby tlie Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More; than twice what other local newspapers have. East DeanewooO.G. A Rare Opportunity to Secure a Fine Building Lot, 25x 140 Feet, in the District for $125 on Easy Payments. EAST DEANEWOOD is a fine level subdivision about three miles from the Capitol Building-, the plat of which is recorded in the District Surve3-or's Office, County Book 9, page 101 The streets are 90 feet wide and con form to the city plans. 600 shade trees have been planted, with boxes around same. All lots have 19 feet of parking- and run back to 20-foot alley. Lots are 25 feet front by 140 deep and all on GRADE. D, E, F, and G streets northeast extended run through East Deanewood. The Engineering Department has ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 July 1895

2 THE WASnijSraTOT TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 1895. b ia&&5. 19, gffg&1. fH?f fmJCillEII W MAV HT DTDW Si 1 1e1 fl f nil iHSIli Hpi MilS PaiidElcveutuSts Storage Warehouses 221 fat. near M. Seon tho "IMPERIAL" BICYCLE yoU Sovoral models all truly oxpresslvo of just vhat a bicycle ought to lio Aak or write tor a catalogue. StTMMBR THINGS liere of every sort for porcli, lawn and cottage. And never a better stock than now never suck little prices. Bort tli at you should see for yourself the Lawti Chahs and Sottoea. twinga, Seciforiite Chairs, IHg Itockors, Ilam ntoeka sad other "eoinlortaulea." Val ues will impress 3 ou uioro it you da Jewels that would have graced the Queen of Sheba rare sparkling diamonds, glorious rubies, opals, ame thysts, sapphires, emeralds we have them all. Rich filigree work in gold and silver embossed silver hair brushes watches. G H. BAVISOK, lUftFStX. W. "White as driven snow," are the shirts that we laun der. TOLMAK STKAM LAUNDRY, Cta aod C streets??. ...

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

THE WASHINGrTOK TIMES, FRIDAY", JULY 19, 1895. 3 . ' 1 1 : : 1 -i i ' '. ttt OW can rou stand those sfija iieavyciouiesr ;w vvJiy iiol jcl f into some oi these "wafer" weights es pecially since i-f a ii 1 v rf- 1 - nnii-c ol-irkiif half the "first-of-tlie-sea-son" nioue3T. Getting low ! We refer to the "odd" coats and vests left from $10, $12, $15 and $20 suits we are running at $5. Also to the 'odd pairs' ' of trousers left from $10, $12, $15 and $20 suits and some neat stripes which we are running at $1-65 per-pair. Both lots represent a big loss, but the stock must be kept clean. We remember what it used to be to try to sell "before-the-war" clothing, and want none in ours. But wait, there is a gBLva.friendsI ParkBF, Bridget jfc Go., Clothiers, 315 7th St. O -0-0 -2i OBe '8 S O ? ITS BUILT f f TO SUIT YOU! f k And you're sure to enjoy your rides W 4 ona "CRESTEST" 1WYCLE Over I 100. wheelmen throughout till-, W oi.airyrl'l H'KE'H.'fcNi'S" inpref- a L oronra to all others. M."HE-t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 July 1895

TIIE WASnifGTO TIMES, frRTDAY, JULY 19, isnif. TheWashinQtonTimes (Evsiir dat in the Yeah.) OWNED AND ISSUED 1)Y The Washington Times Company, muss holding. eocmvhbt ookkbr peknsy vama avenue and Tenth Stkkct. Telephone Editorial Rooms, IS 5. . ltu&iuetM Office, 57. Trica, TtaHy IWitloi Ono Coat SnaMay Kdltfou Tlireo Cents. Mp the month Thlrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JULY 19, 1S95. SHliscrilwrs to "TIio Times" will emfsr a i'uvor ly promptly reporting: any discourtesy of collectors, or neg lect of duty on the part of tliocarrlern. Comprint, citlier by mall or in per son will rocolvo prompt attention. Paper should be delivered to all parts of the city by 0:.'1() o'clock each niorn iiijj, including Sunday. "The iVHcliiiiston Timer," Is a mem ber of the Itochdale Co-operative So ciety. TAKB THE TIMES WITH YOU. Summer Out loss Will Xot Ho En Joyed Unless It Goes Alonir. The ftmimer tide of pleasure anil lniiltli-tekers lias set in toward mountains, springs and seashore. .No p...

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