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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

f'-agtBa.ggpyftgawrtiB Mgy g"r3g)'''yw.''';wa THBMOKNItfG TIMES, TJJESDAY, NOY-KaiBElt 12, 1895. ''V"ifT?s1S''?es-?; " 1 Lansbur jii&Broj f Each Year c f a J Finds Combination Under- 8 wear more and moro In favor. Ladles who once use A them will never wear any A other. No bulky bundlingof a the undorvost. No weight of ? under-pants felt. Perfect 8 A ten , . rl fa.nn.ln.v. .. tli'llaf H 6 6 6 . . u u &4 1 1. iiujuuiii .1 v u t . w 9 and h'ps. Less costly than Q two garments. More easily A laundered. Easier to put on A A or off. Gives equality of a A warmth over ontlro body. ? A Havo a look at these a styles: J Ladies' Combmalion Suits 49c t ? Cotton-ribbed. Fleece- k lined. Colors whito or 4 8 ecru. f 6 J Ladies' WiaalionSnils.. $1.00 A DaiUl ldll IIUDUUllllCU. ? Heavy - weight. Gray or J T unbleached. All sizes. diu-: ; t;AH 4 ladies" Combination Suits.. 51.50 I Jersey ribbed. Tishtf it tlng. Nearly all wool. Ex tra nice finish, and posi tively unshrinkable. In white or gray...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

c the aionyiyG- times, tuespay, aov-EMMSR 12, 1S05. Sensible Furniture. Wc mean by sensible fur niture, furniture that is go ing to look -well and wear well, without costing an ab surd amount of money. It is our aim to keep sensible furniture, because we expect to deal with sensible people. Some people like to pa3' a fancy price for fancy articles others think the- save money by buying1 extremely cheap things which fall to pieces in a very short time; but the greater number of peo ple prefer to give a reasona ble price for reliable goods. Those are the people we wish to do business with. la ui 7th and D Sts. THE two characteristic fea tures that have given the Ivors ct Pond lMano its emiaLle position in the piano world arc the beauty of its tone ami its remarkable durability. Tone quality, the adaptability to express musical thought, Is the distinguishing feature between the artistic and the commercial piano. The richness, the purity, the in finite shades of expression in the Iters ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

'PV&&Bmqp$ IWWjT'rsWJ? "- 'f-'-l?ipn&r'&r '- sawisawfrgufcM-wsajgMB s THE MOBBING TIMESa TUESDAfYy NOVEMBER 12, 1895. SPECIAL NOTICES. PUBLIC SALE OF OLI) MATERIAL oi tin Naval Proving liround. Indian genii. Md.- N.tvy Department. Washington, . C, October 22. 18J5. In accordance with the provisions or the second section of the net or Congress, approved August 5, 1882. Statute at Law, vol. 22, page 296, and I he "act making appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal jear ending June 30, 1S91. and lor other pur poses." approved June 30. 1880, there will be sold at the Naval-Proving Ground, Indian Head. lid.. November 15, 1885, certain material belonging to Hie navy coiutem lied as unfit roruse therein, consist ing of 213 tons, more or lits. Hnrveyizcd nltkle steel: 21.5 tons, more or less, nifkle steel; 30 tons, more or lets. steel; 21) tons, more or less, armor piercing projectile steel, and 9 tons, more or less, of cast iron shell. The saie will be for cash ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 November 1895

i?fcSTswB&a!?Tws5giii 8 THE 310RNING TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1895. Got fln Overcoat? If not, better get oae you need it now. No trouble to get suited or fitted HERE, no matter what price you want to pay or what style of coat you want. Ve have every fashionable shape and fabric in ever grade worth having. Prices from $10 to $45, with a dozen or more intermediate grades. A beauty for the price is an all-wool fast color Blue, Black and Oxford Kerseys at FiFTEEX DOLLARS silk velvet collar, Italian body and satin sleeve linings, perfect fitting stylish garments, superior to lots of $20 ones. Heavier underwear ? Then see our fleece health brand; it's the warmest, lightest and most comfort able made, and costs no more than other kinds $1.25 to $4.50 per garment. ROBINSON. CHERY & CO., I2TH AND F STS. BSiSgMgSSgggggRS aawwwwB MAYER & PETTIT. Ever tried Housekeeping? It's cheaper than boarding. We cheaply and well. Mifti,-fay.M. t LADIES ARE mm TO LEARN, And most la JIcsIiaj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 November 1895

iw H), ipa ,Liiiinj.4.jn.ii)j 0P (1Q was the TIMES' circu tfO,?iJQ lation for last week. The STAR'S circulation IQJ OCD for last week was. . . .01,130 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. tte .1 Generally Fair. Slight CbniiKes ,n Tempcraiu.-. Northerly Winds. ' ' VOL. 2. NO. 506. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY JlORNINGh, NOVEMBER 13, 1S95 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. DXTEEW PAGES F (MEW Hy TS. imes RUSSIA GETTSHG RE&DY Insured Papers Advise a Joint Protectorate Over Turkey. ALSO MOVING OF TROOPS Massacre at Treblzond Described by unofficial if the Suite Department. French null Itulliiii Fleets on the Volnt "I Going to 1 1 if Leuint Turk ish Denials of Outrages. (Special to The Times.) (Copjrighled by James Gordon Bennett.) St. Petersburg, Nov. 12. Lord Salisbury's pcccli at tlie Guild Hall lias produced on electrical effect here. It lias brought about the universal expression of opinion that the poweri. must lutcr cne with Joint action in Turkey. TheNoiosli, the best informed pa per here, ajs. "In order ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 November 1895

v-3t-M3 THE MOB-NTS, C TI3LGS, WEDNESDAY, JVOYEMKER 13. 189.". 3S"?C?s5eSjJrs'5 fete-rage Warehouse, ZX'dnearM. RUGS. We've included about ev ery kind of Domestic Rug in the reductions this week. Cut the prices generously and put the finest, most com plete Rug stock in town be fore you at figures you can't help but recognize as ''under value." Japanese Rugs, those very serviceable Rus sia Rugs, Snvyrna Rugs' and Wiltons in the list. These are just a few: FEtrest Corner EloTenta. Size. Name. Worth For ISxIG Inches, Japaness. 45c,, 25c. lxt Inched, Japanese Me. C9c EOxOO mitics, Japanese. $1 23., , tl)i 18x32 inches, kuaila Toe. Ejc. SlxlJ Inches, Russia. $LSj T5c. ahiSmrrna Mats 19-. ISxOG Inches, Smyrna T5c- SOc. 18x35 Inches, Mi.halr liOO' ftSi EIilS inches, Wilton 81W KENM.NUIUN AUT SQUARES. An endless Yarioty oJ patterns anil co'orlngs. Noria' "For IMrtyanls JS.50 ti'.S Bx3anls..... . IUO "330 8x1 yards 6.M 4.W Slxyards , 8.CJ ' GOO 'I want to be the Jewerer who cornea into your ...

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

-wuvi-. v-sv -ript H'-7.j-r'i THE MOItNIJKG- TlilES, "WEDNTSS'llAX NOVEMBER 13, 1893. 8 "fi.f &V- '; r9f"'f '--iS Most stylish at the very lowest prices! 9 55 P fl ciV J nil, 4 n iA ill! J $LAj4 w fL I Some men, especially clothiers, seem to marvel at the growth of this business! Nothing- marvelous about it! We've grown big quickly, true; but some boys grow faster than others some learn faster than others, and some have a knack of moving to the front without much apparent effort. So it has been with us. We have only done what we considered was our duty to mankind been honest. Been careful of what we've bought! Been shrewd enough to sell it at close profits! Been politic enough to treat every comer courteously and never let a man go out displeased. Your money back if 3-011 don't like the clothes! Men's Suits from $7.50 to the finest produced. Parker, Bridget & Co., & Modern Clothiers, 315 7th St. && ViyVV'' )D! MEN'S OVERCOATS. Rough Cheviots lllus tough Cheviots ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 November 1895

-!&''..-- '-- -v - "f ViSSS "" "-f- -WTJ " jsn-wypr:- 'TP' iSaCr ." THE jrORSTtfO TIMES, WEDNESDAY, vOTB31BER 13, 4 The WashlngtonTimes (1 CKMSO, ETEMM.AS-DSCVDAT) owned .vxd issur.n of " "" ' The 'ahington Tiniss Companr""" TIMES BDILI)IN"0. ECC3CESTCOKAFi:l,ENK6Tl.VAMA Avenck axu 'lENTUbTHSir. Telfpliono-EdltorUl Itooms, HI Business Office' SR. rrlco Voroing or Ei enlne Edition. .One Cent tl ndny Edition. Throe Cents. Konthly liy Carrier yoriiliiE-iud SmuJay. Thlrty.rlre Cents. Eninc IWrtjr Cents. Jlornliip. ) Ei mine nal J- Firry Cents. me Times' Braneli Offices. Tln.'Tliiic-'"I.lt!IeXownMcrcliitnth" rnii-.i-CMrf tlieirMUiiiIyotiIinilii(innd i:fiiliiKTIincxut I lie follow liiKlmincU ifflei-.: - Kmiik Smltli, -JtU ami f! Mn. nv. -M. MoXulty, i:i:i(l Mth "t. mv. A I!. McCloey, i:il2 7tli Kt, nw. 11. IIhkc UlSil l'n. no. mv. Jo-.-i'Ii Lirdcn,40I Hill M. ho. J. V. .lolui-oii, 4!) 11 st. lie. U. F. Jlnekiij-.KJl Ili-t.ne. JllC.ll I'ctlKiuit, liOU 7tll Mt. hw.. AdtertlxeiiieiitH le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 November 1895

, 1 11 Hj;mH1BJW!mtHMI 'Vf'-!'W9Vi:1'mKW'r"""' 'UagWjli'ffiWCiaMW; i-fawSa -4Pt---?7- a''-iS3.v;pcsjaSjH$ THE MOUSING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, KOTESUSER 13, 1895. Qg S' t Lansburgii& Bro s IF YOU DON'T CARE MUCH FOR STYLE, BUT DO CARE You can get it here at as small a cosf as was everoffered you. Wo have a number of last year's Coats for Ladles In the most durable material, which will be offered you as follows: Ladies' Coats, mostly black and navy, with fur trimming and plain fin ish, differentsizes. Worth from S12toS22. To close out the lot $3.98 Each. Ladies' Black Wool Jer sey Coats, satin lined, dif ferent sizes. Worth from GS to $12.50- For 98c Each. In crder that these shall not con flict with the sale3 of this year's garments we have placji them oa onr third floor. Easy-going elevator will taka yoa there. 15c 25c Value for Displayed on Separate Tabic, Notion Department I 9 J -420, 422. 424, 426 7th St. I f ? 8th and Market Space. Our Men's each, are the greatest value ever offer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 November 1895

'r- wssTfr J- nj - -jwS-J xj-. ftO . ,.,. -'Jw.v -T--CHSW 0!3P"JBjS'2'''"SW'pSS B r-sJyauifV--S 0 THE 310KX1NG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1898. DAILY BARGAINS. A dainty chair. ws This charm li ing chair, in all gold gold and pink or gold and blue as dainty a piece of fur niture for a drawing Tp or reception 1 CJUlll ao J c could possibly find. Special price for to- ft j Eft day only. $IbuU Wash. B. William 7th and D. Sts. N. W. UJUJJJ f J nrra . fjfe- -f? US i HB IITOjIT WE&THEB Long Session of Congress Pre dicted by Those Who Know. SOME HISTORIC SITTINGS Speaker Carlisle .Pi esldcd Over tlio Fiftieth, Which Covered a Perlodof " :l2lltiijsmifl WW iheLoniresi Ever Hold Opinions, us to "-' 'Ii'rlff Question. CV -S.'k .s2''tV'i'N-'NV f I Ivors & Pood I THE two characteristic fea tures that ltave given the Ivors & Pond Piano its em tabic position in the piano world are the beauti of its tone and its lemarkable duraliilili. Tone quality, the adaptability to express musica...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 November 1895

"-.- THE aiOR STING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, KOVEMBEH 13, 1895. SrECIAL NPTICES. IIB CPLUMMAN TTNIVEHSITT. Tbe inauguration or the Rev. Benalah L. Whitman. U. 1., as president of tlio Coluin blan University will take place on Friday t renins. No ember 10. at 8 o'clock. In Con eptlon Hall. Addresses will be dem ered bv The Kev. Bamuel U. 0 reene. U. T)., LL. D. vice president Columbian Unit erslty. The Rev. Augustus II. Strong. O. B.lu D., prt-sldent or Rochester Theological beml nary. The Rev. Francis L ratton,D.D.,LI,I., president Princeton University. Inaugural address, by President Bennlab L. Whitman. Imitations, -with reserved Beat, can be obtained at tlio Columbian University on and arter Wednesday the 13lh. ROBERT H. MARTIN, noil -Ot-ein Secretary. LEGAL KOTICB. OFFICE of tin Excise Board ot the liiMnct of Columbia, Washington, No vember 11. ISPj. The rollowing mimed F.1 lersonslhucappllcdrorrcnenaiornarrooni Ir-tiKi' Artlinr It- AtiiiIit. 3219 AI. fit. ii iv . i..xix Aiir. r.it) ii....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 November 1895

7sft?i&97p s .-T3'3cSSae3P,3'T"" "v THE 3IOnNESTG- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1895. 8 SaBryrTiSifJS AT EIGHTEEN DOLLARS we are showing some very hand some, stylish irnvi puifp i m Qi"r4-!i S Tweeds, Chev- (3 iots and Home spuns, excep tional values, too. The only other place in town you can find them (the best custom shops) get $30 and $35 for them, and theirs are not a bit more fashionable or finer fitting than ours. Other Suits as low as $10 and as high as S40. All dependable qualities, too, and as big varietT in each J grade as most stores have altogether. There's an overcoat here to suit ever' man in town, and fit them, too. One whole floor devoted to the display and sale of Overcoats. All styles, shapes, and fabrics Prices $ 1 O to $45, and j-our mone' back for airy thing that does not suit. OBiNSON, UHERY & (jo., 12th and F Sts. Eg& EMERGE They know a stylish Suit'when they see it, but they do not know axactly what it is that nakes it stylish. It .akes a good t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

,B"ISS???...."" '.. .- .- . - .. --a"i" mm r'lTiit' i'WMiMiliiMillABMMIMrttTfcriiMiMMttiiriMettMMflBMMfciMBMMBBBMWlWfHlf1ffc fr-saay JSL.ujg.jiBi was the TIMES' circu lation for last week. THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Fnlr; Iiicriitnliii: Cloudiness. Slightly Warmer by- Evening. Easterly WIiiiIh. i The STAR'S circulation JQJ OCQ for last week was . . . luiituQ VOL. 2. iXO. (507. WASHXNGTOltf, D. C, TIIUKSDAY lUOlilltfGr, 'KOTEMBEIl 14, 189o.lSIGJLT PAGES. OjSTU CENT. DXTEEIM PAGES 0F (MEW VI HU yt..s -. -S-v WB8 yt c aHCr. uiiiuea - EWf 112 THE1B IISSIOI Our Agents to Turkey Ordered Back to Washington. THE PROJECT IS ABANDONED Mr. Chilton mid Mr. Hunter Huo Keen HeciUled Were Cnuule to Secure Exequatur., or an Armed tiuurd to Aeeoiiiimiiy Tliein Into Armenia Turkey Mocked till! Way. Huberts. Chilton pnilDuluin Heailcr. or tlie State Department, VT,'0 vrpre ,lllt ,,y this Government to estiibli-h new United Biaie s consulate- at Lrzcrouni and Harpoot in Armenia, have been n tailed by Sccre la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

THE MOltNIaSTGr TIMJSS, THIJIISDJLT, NOVEMBER 14, 1895. lHli &So& r Street Corner Eleventh. Moraci U arrbouse, d near M. There's no doubt but that our pr e s e n t DINING CHAIR stock slyjws the bluest values that have been put fourth in this depart ment. Solid Oak Dining Chair, box frame, new style cane seat, a chair you would agree was worth S3.25. Price, S2.20. Another, similar in de sign, in solid oak and ma hogany finish a $2.75 value for $1.90. 'I want to b the Jewelor who cmiies into your wind llrst " The wise woman selects her Xmas gifts when stocks are complete. She has them reserved for her by making a small payment down. She shops here for Jeweiry. C. H. DAVISON, 1105F Street. Established July, UML Lace Curtains must be handled earofal- lr la tha 'wash." We kuow It. and act accord- .ugly that's irbj wo ner " " rr hear complaint. Wo " trcntalltho llaen In the eamo iray Do you know what uo mean by Antl- II I ill - - - - swear imuoiinoio 7 TOLMAN STEAM LAUNDRY, olxtn ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

5J sr,iv-iz392ia.-ewt.'s. ?sa TIMES, TnUKSDAT.rKOVEMBEB 3 4, 1895. THE MOB-NINGr "i 2hW ser Tarker, BrlJ-et A Co , Clothiers. 313;tUtt. O, 3res, look around first; or come here first, then look around! "We don't want a yW dollar's worth of business we , are not entitled to. "We believe we can beat them all in one or more of these three points:thc clothes will be better for the l f same money, or as good lor ' a little leSS monev, Or We ll J . ii ' Good business suits as low $7.50. Tailors are "not in it" with these at $20, $25, and $30. arkertBri(lget&Co CLOTHIERS. 315 7th St When the history of this age of cycling shall be written the " CO LUMBIA" wheel ' will be emblazoned on the front-page, for it has surely earned the foremost position in cycledom. Colnmbln Held lmmnse smooth ara: flrst-class Instructors cotiforuble dressing and waiting rooms Gmtrau te t.clteti, (2. CIslric! Cycle '. Hart BrUtalo, 3tauefcr Go,, "COLUMUIAS, "HAHTFOKOy 452 Pa. Ave. GEOHGETO'vV.N '07 DEFEATED '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

"SK!T. !?,; - THE MORNIKC TIMES, , THLTRS DAY, SOYES1BER 34, 1893. fj ThB WashinglonTimBS IMORXIXO, EVZJUXO, 1KB SCSDIT.) OWNED AND 1SSOKD 3f The Washington Times Company. TIMES BUILDING, tCMumaa1 Conxr.it Pzv5jsti.tisia Avxots and TEXTK STREET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4. Business Oflce' 337. Trice MorntnK or Ev-entne Edition.. Ono Cent Snnda y Edition. Three Cants. Monthly by Carrier Hornlnc and Sunday. Thlrty-flTe Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. MornlnF. 1 Evening and J- nrrr Cexts. bunday, j The Times' Branch Offices. TlieTiine-.'"I..lttleNowH.MeroliiintH" cn.ni-eourotlielrHHpiilyof.Moriiliica.iid ISvciilnjlTlniointt lie follow lngliruiieU offices: Frank Smith, -1th and G sin. uw. M1. SIcNuIty, 1330 I-ltli M. uw. A. 11. aicefu-skoy. 1312 Ttli M. nw. II. fliiuc, !!is:i la. nie. mv. Jutrlili Linden, 400 8tliHt..o. J. XV. .IiiliitMin, 40 II st. no. XV. F. -MneUny, 821 II M. i'. Joseph VetlRitut, UOU 7tu Kt. svv. AilTertUeineiits left ut any of tlio alMie Iirnncliet. will receive tli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

.-"- -- a THE MOENING TIMES. THURSDAY, KOVEJMBEB 14, 1895. 5 3 gli&Bro I Lensbur Carnival 6 on Our 3d Floor. Thousands of yards of good, desirable mer chandise ready to bo seiected in Remnants and $ Odds and Ends. k Take our oasy-going elevator or broad stair A e & 6 A 4 4 case. It is worth your k while to at least try to save money on the very a goods you need every ? day. 2,100 yds new stylos Medium and Dark En? Ilsii Flamolotte Rem nants, worth !2Hc id, for 1C yard 1.500 yards 44 Bleached Soft Finish Now Vortr Mills Cotton Remnants, worth lie 71C yd, for 12 yard l.SOO yds 32-lnch wide Scotch Plaid, .. double warp, worth 1 5c S3'' yd; for 01 vard if 4-SO vds 5-4- Peauot Pillow Castnz. In per fect condition, wcrth 03C 2Hz yd, Tor 0 yard 4 4 4 500 Vd"! 9-4- Pep- pprel Sheetine' worth IOC prel Shee 20oyd. for yard 600 yds bhei 0-4- Pep- nerel Sheetlner. worth IPC 25c yd, for yard 550 vardi Novelty riroQ3 r.nrxls. double width, worth 25c yd. ICt for 102 C yd. SOO yds Ficured C...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

THE MOBNING TIMES, THUkDAY, KOY.EMBER 14, 1893. 6 PAILY liwltGAI.SS Rugs and mi i i a t-U Art Squares. For the I alance of this week wo are offering some splendid values In Rues and Art Square. You have only to see the goods to recognize) their quality. Japanese Rugs. J8x" Inchon, :3c 21X!:! Inches, ISO. 0i6U inehe-, fSe. Smyrna Rugs. JSxM Inches, 15c La Paris Rugs. ISxSS incher, il.73. .'113 Inches, la Kensington Art Squares. Extra. Super Cotton Chain, sjissyarcis. tsi Hx3V4 yards, 1LS3. .1x4 yards, i.Si 8st 1 yards, t6.X5. Nash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. Tim: tures that haie given the I vers & Poml Piano its - cniablc position in the piano world are the beauty of its tone and !! remarkable durability. Tone quality, the adaptability to express musical thought, is the distinguishing feature between the artistic and the commercial piano. The richness, the purity, the in finite shades, of expression in the lvcrs & Pond tone attract and fascinate musicians the world oi...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

f. w? jStS-fjA -s-&r?,-(-'t ;?" ' -tT--2&'?'wr - THE MUKSTiyQ TIMES. THIJi,ftnAY, yOVJBMBER 14, 1895. "n-" i, f. "V SPECIAL NOTICES. THE COLUMIIIAN UN1VEI1S1TT. Tlie inauKuratloniil the Rev. Ileuaiah l,. Whitman. D.D., us president ottlicUi um blan liinvcniity will take place on irklay evening, November 15, at b o'clock, lu Con Veiitluu Hail. Addresses will bo delivered bv The llcv.Saniuel II. Greene. I) 1).. LL.. " vice president Columbian University. The Kev. Augustus 11. Strong. D. 1)., I.L. D..presideiilot Rochester Theological Semi- "The Rev. Francis L. ration. D.D..LL.D., president Princeton University. Inaugural address, uy 1'resident Benaiah L. Whitman. , Invitations with reserved seats, can be obtained at tbe Columbian University on andarter WednesJuy the 13th. .,, ROBERT II. MARTIN, no9-6l-ein fcccretary. LEGAL NOTICE Supreme Court or the District o Co; lumbla, holding a special term lor Orphans Court business. November 1. loya. in the caseoi Henry F. llauer. execu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 November 1895

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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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