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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

.n' flip --., XCLUEIVE all-daj terries of Tie United (J Press, The New England Asjociatsd Freif, The Southern Associated Freti, Tie Hew Tort State Associated Press, sup plemented by the exclmivs right to publish in Washington the Hew York Herald copy right cable service. THE WEATHER TO-DAY. be imes Viooniblt for 1 lower. AVIihI Shift to Northerly. Much Cooler by Sunday. VOL. 2. 2JO. 502. WAsnrNGTOisr, d. c., Saturday juorndjg; November o, i895.--eight pages. ONE CENT. TEEM PA F MEWS EVERY i2 HQU You Should Read The Sunday Times. BECAUSE It will Entertain and Instruct You in Many Ways. Your Neighbors Do and You Can't Afford to Let - Them Be Better Posted on Current Events Than You Are. " A.-K- Dou't buy novels or periodicals to read on Sunday. Don't go. to the circulating morrow. Don't lay aside reading matter to be perused at leisui'c on the Sabbath. Don't buy any other local Do You Ask The Times to-morrow will fill your need for novels, periodicals, books, reading matter, for somet...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

o THU MOByPSTQ Tiai.ES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1895. MiiHSES ea r&s 0N4 F Stroot Corner Eleventh. Morsge Warehouse, ll'd near M. Ladies' Sewing Rocker in oak or ma hogany finish 69c. S a m e, unfinished wood read' for 59c. $2 size, with arms both finishes, $1.29. Six patterns of Rattan Rockers, at fifty cents on the dollar. J3.r0 Snilillo Seat Rocker, old niAbnffiurflnlsi.i... 15.20 t'j 0) labile beat Rocker, oM mahogany finish 195 S'J KoeJ kockor, very laiige, 5.15 "1 want to be the Jeweler who comes iuto your inlnd firac" (Ll?I5 Soltb Stber Spoon f Unique Design, $225. Select gifts now for Xmas a small payment will reserve them. (L ). Davison, (Open ccry cicning) Jeweler, 1105 F Street N. W. Do 3-ou know that elec tricity is acheaper, bet ter, safer, and more re liable power than steam? It makes a bet ter light, too better for -stores, better for offices. It 8 as far ahead of gas as the inctlem electric locomotive Is ahead of tlie old stage coach. We fundsh power only. Telephon...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

w& -? J v Jll TOE MOR-STOG TIMES, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1895. 8 Parker, )!riJ;r t A. Cx, Clcthlere. 310 Ttli st. Mothers' Day. Our store news to-day is to those wise mothers who have sons to .clothe. We want you to brine: your boy in to-da and let us sho w y o u what we can do for him. Bring s less money than you have been paying, and don't think of buying unless you are abso lutely convinced you are getting a big bargain. Here ire a few of the offers: Hovs' All-wool Sufts, worth $2 25, for $1.75. Hoys' All-vool booteb Mixed hulls, north $1, for $2 SO. Hovs' Black noil Nave blue All wool Cheviot hulls, color vvairant- Value $!. Kor J.J. Best Qualltv Made of tin- abovo Puit. "Value" ?0 lor $4 Black Cla Diagonal Worsted Suits Black aril N.ivj B'ue Value $7. For ?5. SIKcial lot of Hovs NV Uln Chinchilla Kecrcrs Gr.mil value ut r5 Onlv If J. aiul an Extra Fine S7 Chinchilla Hoeftr for $5. Hoys' Kecfir bulls, $ i, $5and $0 Grand line of liojb' Oveicoal-', ?J to $10. Any iuaul1tv of H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

-"-vlTtt THE MOBNIN& TIMES, S'ATUBDAT, KOTEJIBER 9, 1893. - -v- -Mb;6Wur - -" TheWashingtonTimBS PlOXMlKO, ETEMNQ, 1S STODAT.l OWNED AND ISSUED BY Ihc Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING. SCUniWESTCOESEKpEKSSTlTAKU. ATEN3E AND Tekth Strict. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4U. Business OHce 517. Trice Moraine or Evening Edition. .One Cent. Sunday Edition. .. ....Throo Cents. Monthly dx Carrier Mornlnc and Sunday. Thlrty-flTS ConU. ETenlng Thirty Cents. Moraine, 1 Erenlncnndy Fifty Cents. Eucday, J WA8niKQTOS. D. a. NOVEMBER 9. 1S95 Sub-scrlbLTs to "Tho Times" will confer n luvor Toy iiromptly reporting nny aixcanrtwy or collectors ar nog lect of dnly on tho irt of rarrlara. Conuilaliits i-ltlier liy ninll or In per son will recolo prompt nttcntlon. Tuo Morning Kill! Ion ulioulrt bo do llrerert to nil parts of tho city by 0:110 o'clock n. m., lnclmllii:: .Sunday. The Evening Edition should bo In the hands of subscribers not later than 6:30 ji. ni. Kejecled luummcrlpts nro usnnlly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

-t &-. ;&-Piriy4Sr-- -jw3j iwms? jpinrcr'ei,V,TMfiWr -s- jc- "-- THE MOKNESG TIMES, SATURDAY, JTOTJSMBBB 9, 1895. , t. rf-j-t. ,. I Lansburgh & Bro. j . - 2 this skirt 'JtiH9iHIHHiils ar HHEHB only 98c. 0 PWJTi7eBwlffII liBhWk v f HH"i3illlVZtKl v mmMMmm&A -MuVU & IW St - SD J GOING TO THE HORSE SHOW Wti WJ 9 98c. f I W WH This extra quality Skirt is made of Gray Melton Cloth, cut full and long with 4-Inch flounce headed with bias fold of same goods, finished on edge with three rows of braid, gored and made on Frenchyoke, giving it a perfect fit. "Only aoC Mail orders for this Skirt attended to just as carefully as if you came in person. Best Extracts 25c an Ounce. All our 45c and 40c Ex tracts 25c. Odors of the best perfumers, such as Dellettrez, Lubin, Wood worth, Oakley, etc. We furnish the vial. Wc send packages to BROOKLAND, BMGHTWOOD and ALEXANDRIA daily. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. OO G- J-0--0-0 8th and Market Space. Genuine HAIR CLOTH, Worth 49c. a yd. To...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

J''-'i ,",''"irx-s3-vtf f THE MOHiyG TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1893. G bz 'i J-3j"- What Do you Consider A Bargain GHEAP furniture, that looks very well at first, but goes to pieces in a few months that has been made cheap on pur pose to sell cheap; or well made, reliable furniture, at a price considerably below what you can usually buy at. The latter is the kind of bargains we deal in Our furniture is thoroughly re liable and our prices lower thau you can reasonably expect. L Williams 7th and D. Sts. N. W. flUM SUITS Tor children, cannot le quklled vy any other ciTniens in town, eillier In cneapnet or qualitr. Our Meut Cheviot Mills at 6 50 .re tho talk of tLo tono. Garner Sc Co., oirrrmxns, N. E. Corner ;th and II its. X- 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 sticky nor unpleas ant to use. PRICE IS- 25c You need it this ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

$ THE MORNING TIMES. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1895. THE TIMES' 34,000 SURETY SMALL ADS REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. SPECIAL NOTICES. heplasophs, or s. w. m.-au pcrnm Interested in II"' organization of Heplasophs, or Seven Wise Men, arc requested to attend preliminary meeting, to ne lii-.il at i:t:il oth st. nv.. ou Wednes day evening. i:ilh. at 7:30 sharp. It HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED- first classdrumincr. who cau bundle tifuaccos. Apply after 0 p. m.. nl in 12 Ttli st. n. i;o0-2t WANT1S1)-' oung man hi canvass; art trie sells on sight In every household. Address L. T .. this ofrii-c. 1 1 AVANTED-n agent with $CC0lo in vest; win 1 ay $76 per n.ciiih. aud pood security. J. G. S.. tins olfice. It WANTED- Barber, for Jl st. ne. Saturday. 201 It M'ANTED-A loy, about 14, in a raarwiiw, to run errands. Apply No. 4061-2 9th Bt. nw. iiovl-3t WANTED-Partner; with capital to invest in iticalrlcal enterprise. Address P. 0. Box 5 1 3L -ity. no vtl -2t WANTED-A br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 November 1895

"yaJK-s & r'-$ x,- -" K-v'SSRF'S 55BS .- "- 3 -" -' " - v-V-f.-a .--w-v --VjSSlg- f -3TTe-,"''-..-'- --si " " - 8 THE MORNING TOFES SATUHDAX, .NOVEMBER 9, 1895. j".s-MwrFJ Discrimmating Mothers take no stock in sen sational or fake sales. They linow from experience that clothes so bought are doubly , expensive. They also know from experience that we sell the best and most reliable garments made, and that our prices are the lowest quoted an3-where for equal value. Good, honest, all-wool, two piece short pants Suits, $2.50, S3. 75, S4.50, $5 and up. All sizes, 4 to 16 years. Overcoats and Reefers. A big line of the newest shapes and styles, $4 to $18. Shirt Waists, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Under wear, and all other wearables in equally as good qualities, as big variety and as low prices. Robinson, Qhery & Co., I2th and F Sts. Clothes, rtirtiishing lints. Shoes. This Damp Weather is very trying to the system. The wise take the precaution to be well clothed. An Over coat may feel heav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

SSs?1 Qigi-frffijjw" to)'a''g'-yt:yg-f,'1f'gi-; ia!" "JygT-ss 1' -ST? J - EXCLUSIVE all-day servlcs of Tie United , Freii, The New England Associated Fren, Tba SonthernAisoclatsd Prut, The New York State Associated Press, icp plomented by the exclusive right to publish in Washington the Kew York Herald copy right cable service. THE WEATHER TO-DAY. &imes Cold Wave Tonight. 30 to 40 Degree Kail liy 8 p. in. North" cstorly Windst VOL. 2. 2ntO. 03. WASHLNGTOIf, D. C, SUJN DAY JMOKNESTG, NOVEMBER 10, 1895.T"VENTY PAGKES. THREE CENTS. BXTEEW FA F NEW! HU OT fie S, A DAY EUROPE OH&POWDER KEG Turkey's Dissolution the Sign for a Gigantic Conflict. LORD SALISBURY'S SPEi CH At- the- Lord Mayor's Banquet the ISrltLsli Premier Gives Cautions Ut leraiicefo Ills View soft heSIt nation. Great Powers Forced to Act Joiiitly by the Necessities, of the Chmj. Loudon, Nov. . TbeU6ual lianquct given by the Lord Mnyor, upon his installation in office, took place tonight In the Guild JInll, the occa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

- - j,(jsx, -. r-- "-3-?,jsa3j4". " ''?'-. "vegs.-'w -g,.- THE MORNING TIMES, STTNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1895. FE treat I Morage Warehouse, Corner Eleventh. J liUliaArAL The Matting Department. rcot a bit out of season for mat tines. NotMnj neater In winter than a mat ting covered floor, wlln a Japanese, tniyraa or Oriental rue thrown oror it. Biff conrenionce when exjrrae corned around again Jose to lift theme off anil hare tho matting all Inld. We can offer price Inducements, too, , at this season that couldn't be dereJ at any other time. Japanese and Chinese Straw Matting. 00 yards Inserted Japanese Art .Matting. LJih 2oc yd. For.. K yards Double-dyed Art Mat tine. orth 2Qc yd. ror. ... 4,0)0 yards Finest Quality Cotton W orp Inlaid JiAtllng, in chvic patterns and colors. Secular ly JDc and Wc yd. For IOC 1iC 25c SWINDLER BEHIND BARS Frank Murray Worked the Oheok Dodge on Several Merchants. Sstya Jt Is Ilia Flrot Offense, But De- tcctttes Have Good Cause to Think Differently. Place an...

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

Ti-VS- - x js."- -n ,-- -v-. 3rvc'Ji1Yi"5-a:Pr::"9?,i;5;'lssrCs:'-s -'3?3rTn'-wivkJr-v:! .- -mv r -'" - - .----- - -- -r--,-" "" - 1 THE MOKXiyft TIDIES," .fep.A.Y, ISOVE3LBER 30, 1S95. 3 - Epworth League So Honors Mr. W. B. Matthews. OTHER OFFICERS ELECTED Interesting IlcpiirtH Submitted nnd lltixlnrs TriiiiMictvd nt tv Four Hours' SshIoii lrntjrc-M In All l.ln- lti'irt'l by tli VurloiiM Of-. IIcIiiIr Tixlnj 'n l,rigrniiiiiic .Mr. V. H. llalthc-vvs -was last night re elected iirvMdcnl of the District, rpirorlh Lenpue uul withstanding Uis declination. Jn fact, lie was re-elected twice by ac clamation lK-forc lie yielded to the evi dently iinnnluiuus'deinand that tie should Kjraln assume the duties and rc"-iin;l-billtles of that worthy office. This took place at a session of the League In the -Metropolitan JI. 11. Church, which lasted for nearly four hours, every inlnate of which was of Interest lo the Leaguers and their friends w ho sat through - the procitMlings. The meeting proper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

V ( j, i THE MOBNmG TIMES, StfrNDAY, KOV EMBER 30, 1893. fe ThBWashingtonTimBS tUOBXura. ETIKCfO, 1S SCKD1T.) OWNBD AND ISSUED DT The Washington Times Companr. TIMES BUILDING. lOETirWrST COEKEB rtNysiLTASU. ATEfCX AND TEXlfc DTMSI. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 431 Business Office' 337. fries Moraine or Evening- Edition. -One Cent Sunday Edition. Three Cents. Uoatnly by Carrier Vcrntnc&nd Sunday. Thlrty-flTe Cents. Evening Tulrty Cents. Horning, 1 Evening and y Fjftt Cents. Sunday, J WASHINGTON, D. C. NOVEMBER 10. 1S93 Subscriber to "TIio Timw" will conlc-r n fnvor by promptly reportlni: any discourtesy of collector or neg lect of duty on tlio inert of curriers. Coniphilutx olther by mall or In por tan will receive prompt nttentlou. The MornlnR Kdltlou khould be do-live-red to nil irarts of tlio city by 0:30 o'clock n. in.. Including Sunday. The Evening Kdltleu Hliould bo In tlio haiKlrt of (subscribers not luter than 6:30 i. m. Rejected manuscript!) aro usually retnri.cd when ncco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

f - . V-?-" ""jwt "rT "3iKa-fSS THE MOBNING TIMES. STJCPDAT, NQVJSMBEB 10, 1895. - Ji n' - "& . Tb.e KJnK. The- wonder of our prices is explained by the enormous trade we do; we sell such immense quantities that we can afford to sell cheap. Our carpet trade alone is a tremendous business; we han dle every variety, and expend much thought in the selec tion of our stock, so, as to get only good qualities and pretty patterns. Our Drapery Department, too, has grown to vast proportions; everything- in the shape of curtains, portieres, draperies, you can find in perfection in it. CASH OR GREDIT. I & i I j Bedroom Suite, $18.75. 5olM Oak pollth flulah French litebere mirror. Wo cona'der th'a the greateit bargain wo hart err bandlisi in tkdroom suit 93. It la excellent made, eIen dldiy put lose Iter aud fiaUboJ, and Is qual to any jiXCO bulte. IS Miff ' m! w 1 Rocker, $2.90. Suarterel Dot, Birch, and Mahogany ju a xnot comfort able, restful Chair You could not duplicate It for less ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

-y-vtf3-(J''"i? T?e f f- j'5-it?e5gKi-iir"s?- Vi,"" --o-Xi-?t':-' rf---.- -pjj- ' -'si-ng?--z& - "5 THE 3IORSTXG TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1805. What Do you Consider A Bargain CHEAP furniture, that looks very well at first, but goes to pieces in a few months that has uccn made cheap on pur pose to sell cheap; or well maile, reliable furniture, at a price consideraWy below what 3'ou can usually' buy at. The latter is the hind of bargains we deal in Our furniture is thoroughly re liable and our prices lower than you can "reasonably ex pect. Wash. 6. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. TAKOMA SPRING WATER Ittbe purest water lu the wurM. FINANCIAL. 3d ISSUE OF STOCK or en roii subscription AND FIRST PAYMENT. -I, 6HAKES $';.60 EACH. Subscriptions for the SOtli lune cf stock and first payment thereon will be received dally from P. a . m. to 4:80 p ru. at the office of tlie Asso ciation. Tour per cent Interest per annum isallowed. Upon maturity of hares full earnings are paid. Pamphlets ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

-? -. ;- ,-- THE MOBNINGr TIMES, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1895. T A PONY AND The second little pony and cart will be given away December 1 (now but three weeks off), to the little boy or girl who brings us the largest amount of trade during the month of November. Every boy has a host of friends, and nearly all of them will buy a new suit somewhere this winter. Let that little boy influence his friends to buy that suit of us, or rather to inspect our line, and see if it will pay him to buy that suit of us. Every purchase will be credited to his account, and no one but our bookkeeper is permitted to know how the contestants stand (and he is not permitted to tell), and the award will be made on the night of November 30. Why not let your little boy try for this grand little outfit? No trouble in the world about our being able to please every friend your boy may bring. His money back if we don't and'we mean that literally. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7th St. tejjsKSsrassss PBIH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

-tje?"w.' jS J--ri'"5?,-y. "--55 -- -f m3.. jv "yfr : --S-3-H ) ,-S THE aiOffNISTGr TIMES. 6UJSTDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1895. 8 f j -Yy -& IS ONE of our customers yesterday said he had been worrying for three weeks over a suit at one of the best tailor shops in town. The suit had' been altered a dozen times, and still didn't fit. We lit him with a dozen suits in as many min utes. Gave him the same fabric, same stj-leand as nicely finished garments at $20 as he was going to pay the tailor $35 for. We saved him $15 and made a permanent custo mer of him. Can do as well for 3'ou if you'll only try us once. MEN'S SUITS, $10.00 TO $50.00. ' MEN'S OVERCOATS, $10 TO $45.00. ' HATS, SHOES and FURNISHINGS of all kinds, too The biggest line in town. Newest stj'les best values and lowest prices and your money back for whatever doesn't suit. ROBINSON. CHERY & CO., I2TH AND F STS. 13 V V VfcVfc -WWVJ l All Washington "How can you sell clothing so cheap?" The reason is that we must meet the note...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

SJtj-H-Tv i "i-a M -"" r . ""-i "?" - s.. ivP515!S5!!SJ5W 3, -. . - ( . 5" Pari 2 ' THE WASHINGTON TIMKSrwifc 20 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING,' NOVEMBER 10, 1895. MYSTIC FLUID'S MASTERS NO DEAL ON THE HOOKS "mT'ri-,ji-v..- 3'Vk 'V&V$& fe2 Rare shoe chance FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN We have never bought any odd lots of Shoes where quality was doubtful but we are doing- business with both eyes wide open to the interests of pur patrons and THIS chance was too good to miss. The manufacturer, who for the. past ten years has supplied the bulk of our Ladies' and Children's fine shoes, lately executed an order for a part' whose financial condi tion has recently been the subject of grave misgivings on the part of his cred itors. To make a long story short we got the Shoes at a great concession in price. They are fresh from the maker's hands made of identically the same leather as our regular stock and in nearly the same shapes. The only real difference is, our name is not stamped on...

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

v -vwr - 10 TILE MQRyXffG: TIMES, SUNDAY, 1TOVJEMBEK 10, 1895. 5srx ONtOfHHUXDBED Capt. Thomas Morley, of the Light Brigade. HISTORY OF THE CHARGE Itoilu With Gen. Cardigan "Into tlie Jun of Hell," und Captured tlio Only fiun Taken During Ttiut Ter rible Fight ffu in Ltbby Prison unci In l'ord'u Theater DUu&ter. " Capt. Thomas Morley still lives, and he lives In Washington. AVho is he? A man who has dared death as few men have. He has survived war, famine, and wreck. He is a survivor of the charge of the Light Brigade, Libbey prison, and the Ford's Theater disaster. Tlie main feature of interest abouf the grizzled veteran Is that he rode with Gen. Cardigan Into the Jaws of hell, and broke through the Kussian lines at Balaklava, in tho Crimea. lie Is a bona fide survivor of that fight. Thomas Morley enlisted In the Seven teenth Lancers, famed in British military history as the "Death or Glory Lancers.', at Dublin, Ireland, on Juno 30, 18-10. He was born in the parish of St. Mary'...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

&g!j'--nKrii-'-n ssStesiss-TjSs fWrfsrs'" 'p' iiSP9i0pieiif0mlviitrr3i ri MtM vyJ'?gJ-; THE MORNING TIMES, SlIND-t NOVEMBER 10, 1895. 11 lEMFTMlETI Must Have an Angelic Temper and Job's Patience. BOTH TRIED ONLY TOO OFTEN On Hell Puncher "Ciix-ed Out" by un Irate- Paenser, lulo Whose Lap a Fat Colort.il Woman Had llecn Thrown toy the CarV Lurching An Esiierlenco With u Bulldog. A bevy or blue-coated conductors on tbo cable Hue were seated In the waiting-room ot the Seventh street power-Iinue chatter ing and gossiping. They were waiting for the 3 o'clock change, when they would be relieved from duly by the men who were In. run the trains far Into the night. Finally the conversation drifted Into the subject ot the unfair treatment conductors receive at the hands of passengers who ride iu their cars. This subject was brought up by a bronze-faced little fellow, who re marked: We conductors have to take everything on our shoulders now, (.luce the company has posted in each grip car n...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 November 1895

(Stmufgfg0gmimiam'"u 12 THE MOBNm&- TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1895. -T"J'-SPss5Sfc" nsSjlEgrss5fi,1" QUEEN OF THE AUTUMN Glories of) tfa Golden, Pink and White Chrysanthemum. OUE PETS' OF THE NURSERY fAViVViViVi.W v Lansburgh & Bro. HEW YORK STAGS GOSSIP Broad Humor Promulgated in "The Shop Girl." BO VERY ENGLISH, YOU KNOW "For Fair Virginia" Is a Success Mr. Henry Irving as a Pc e r. ' New York. Nv. 8.-Aflcr months and months .f hardworfc and an outlay of many thousands of dollars, Nelll Burgess produced "Tne 1'cnr One" at the Star last Saturday night. The tiay Is by Charle3 Barnard, author of "The County Fair.'. It contains neither story, situation, bright dialogue nor comedy. Whither It is a tragedy, comedy, farce, grand opera or extravaganza will never be known. Mr. llurgess has mounted his piece sump tuously. It is a pity to see so much money and so many goixl intentions wasted on such an Inconsequential play. The chariot race did not wort well, but even ir it had it ...

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