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

" r-')Fl--f-cj(rr flr1" a. rui. oaj.v "S r-Ka'-i' ,JfgVpyra THE MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY, NOV-EMBER 17, 1895. c-xMO Kino's Palace. OF COURSE "We can beat all our compet itors in Millinery and Cloaks win-, we've even been beating our r.elves lately. "We never had prices down so low before, and wc never, had such a magnificent assortment to show. "We are only mentioning four items to day, but a straw shows the di rection of the wind, and they will serve to show what kind of bargains wc can offer. Coats. S16 Astrakhan Cloth Jackets at SIO 50. Elegant Astrakhan Cloth Jnekcin, satin lineil through oat Four hutiou errccts. full ripple back, extra large sleeve-,; they cannot be dupli cated for less lliati ?10; this C I n n special bxW glll.OU $8 Bouclo Jackets at S5.98 Yery slvlish rough effects. four-button styles; ripple uacks; uox suapco. liicse irt ny goods.. Millinery. S5 and S6 Trimmed Hats, S2.98. Trimirel IIatsIatest New York an 1 Parislau atylrs ex qutsuely trimmed with flow- C) QQ e...

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

--" '--'!4r'1:V.ff"&f i.--J2fF5Xr "& v--- j. - -f ,ar. frVKagT'? - .,-;,-"'' wrwfljr- THE MOHNINGr TIMES, SUyAY,XO,V,EMBER 17, 1395. Great Clearing Sale. We are overstocked and are compelled to get rid of some of our goods, if we have to sacrifice them, so this week we will hold a great clearing sale. Look 'round your house well and see whether there is not something you want this is a chance to save money. Parlor Furniture. SOC-piece llrocatell rrlor Sulle, mahogany-finish frames I3?.00 J40 0-pleco Tapestry suite, niahog-any-IlnUU fnum.3 30.00 $40 5-plee-u Overstuffed Brocatelle, bultc- Bedroom Furniture. J6.J0 Solid Oak Chiffonier fS-00 tD Oilffoiiicr, bIuc mirror 7.00 115 ardrobe Hoi Couch 900 111 Wardrobe Box Conch 6.01 fhlna Clvscts from IS up. Tables. Sella Oak Table (!W Mahognuy-fliilsU Table. '.... 00 1'lrriV-eye Mnplo Table 3.W Jlaliogany-unlsli Table- 3.00 Curly lliri-U Tab'.o . r 4.00 Brass nnil Onyx Table. 3 00 Bookcases. $10 loublc-door HookcaeT $7.20 115 Lareo ...

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

t- if r j-uf v,- " "if "-fWjaV "38 'Stf!' r-- o-SW-,- ti-Av'-? vp',,r '''P':--tr'"'"-1 ftot, "V-- J-Vw5rrn5T' vJttf-Sj-'-'Ftj'J-'i'jp- THE MOEyiN& TOLES, SUyjAY, OVEM-BElt 1, 1895. -j- -V - JSVVVW1 if! H) t-F At We u u fill them br dropping their price FVom lO to $6.50. You might like any one of these patterns bet 'ter than those of our regular $10 Suit. Samples are in our windows, and one on our W revolving "silent salesman." PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., J Clothiers. 315 7th St. TWO ARLE KICKEHS. One u Htiiwler, the Other a Jackass, iiiid llu'.Man Won. (From the St. Louis Olobe-Di'mocrat.) In the days of San Gabriel Canon mining boom in the 70d a large-lnmed and gigantic Indtani.ni vvisknowuto ins rough butkinilly nssocnievai "Kicking Tom." nehad won the nicknaniu by reason of the ternric force with which hecouldlaiindiliisgreat.slncwy Toot against an opposing object. Ore day n miner brought into camp a. JIi'MKin burro, which toon obtained a wide celelirily as a Melons animal, "w...

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

. ws---.f'rjg(c.!CTt?fc?!rs- "---- -a-vM -rv j-jd.- st4-4'i:s-T'iS THE 3IOHyrN"G- TITLES, SUNDAY, XOYEMBER 17, 1898. ,- -rr-e N REVISION jrnt RULES First Meeting of Building Regu lations Committee Tomorrow. s L111321 Fall Fashions. f SOME IMPORTANT CHANGES Lunch SuIch From "WoctonH Around Center Market Will 3fot Ho Pcr-iiiitted-vTlino for CoiniletliiB tlio Blhlnfectlnu Plant Extended Thlrty Duj-s WallJrldisc'B Application. Just a glimpse of what is fashionable in men's apparel, but illustrations, how ever jrood they may be, can give but a faint idea of how the garments look, btop in and see the whole line. You'll find the same fabrics as the best custom shops show. Cut in just as stylish shapes, as well tailored and will fit as well or better than the best of them can fit vou, and the cost is fully ONIv-1 HIKD LUSb. Prices range from io to" $45 for both suits and overcoats, with better value in each and every grade than the same amount will buy anywhere else in town. It you don't th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

1 ? -?X &&&&& u --s f- -V V 4---. fg y ,- Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMESPagesDM WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOENINf ''NOVEMBER 17, 1895. -i - vj n, -j-,-gTJf vwst .-jjf : Ki'i t.--' - ..yv 0 5r3 - m-" DIVIDING PROFITS! We believe that everj reader of the Times Is familiar with our Profit-sharing sale of shoes. A word of apolotry Is of fered for again calling attention to this sale but we want you to realize the Importance of buying RELIABLE Shoes at prices that are even lower than before the advance Jn leather. Here are some special Inducements for tomorrow "o disregard them Is to forfeit all olalm to economy. $1.50 A PAIR Instead of $2.00 Elsewhere. Ladles' evening slippers OtBOftTlcitld HeJium ornigta heels Plain, 0t or aleel beaded And of patent leather calls Mn. Ladles "Idcar kid boots Button common sense Medium or pointed toes Plain or patent tipped. La ted plain wldotoes. Or pointed with patent tips. Men's hand-sewed ties For evening wrar Of soft, durable Lid, or...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

e-?wit-'t..rTBraj55. 5.v-1(e3'iassa5ss5stSW, &Tfi?i?K'sQ&y' SH-5- -'giA-SHS..' if-V iT"r-- s&cgST5i.!& t-v THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1895. to AMONG LOCiL ATHLETES Doings in Amateur Circles in Gymnasium and Afield. SECONDBASKETBALLLEAGUE Gen. Ordwny Interested In tlio Now G nine Football Guloro on Xlianlco slvliu; Day CliauiiilonsblptGumo Not Decided Upon Columbia Cur ulvul Features Colleuo AtUletlea. Instead of one same of football as tho feature of Thanksgiving Day sport there la now a likelihood of at least three, and no man knoweth now many morcare being ar ranged. Naturally the attendance of lovers of football will be cut up to such an extent among the several games that there will be little profit or enthusiasm at any of then). Of course the drawing card will be tho Columbia Athletic and Columbian Univcr. slty teams. The former team Is the local champion, and is now playing fast ball. The university boys have been materially strengthened, and since...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

-.J--K?' -fSfi' v wrx THE AIORNTNG TIMES, SUNEEXY, NOVEMBER 17, 1895. 11 !gxplV-. " aHIBEBJFDIPlOBlTS Most Gorgeously Furnished Room the Government Owns. STATE DEPARTMENT HAS IT Bi'ro tlio neiirc-cntnttvcts of Foreign Go eriiinciits ray Their Ilopccts to tbu Secretary and Hold Conferences With Illm Onco a "Week Interest ing Collection of Statesmen. The Diplomatic Chamber of the United States is that room in which the Sec retary of State receives foreign envojs prior to their introduction to the Presi dent, and on Thursday of every week, his regular reception day. On the first visit to the President of these dignitaries, to r.ewls CnsH, Michigan, Buchanan's present their credentials, in company with the Secretary of Stale, thej wear to the diplomatic chamber full dress, glittering and beribboned with jeweled orders. They rray themselves In the court r state costumes of their respective countries, also to say farewell, but on other occasions they call on the Secretary in ordinary atti...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

frmv0sS'fMrT'" f r-?.3!.-f-'-;3e-W':s'V'"v ?,?3&Jft'v" - .-- "---3svfyigjgg3BijB 'ivi'i'jsai;agp!r';,'fy"j' THE MORNING TIMES. ASUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, I89S. 12 WjfS :-- HEW YORKJT&GE GS Things That Are Amusing the I Metropolitan Audiences. "THE WIZZA.RD OF THE NILE." Frank minlfl's Coineely In lNiimlar mill the Critic Aiiiruo of It. Mtirli- Juib-Pn In "Tlio aierry Coun ter)" Im DutiiKGnod Hii-lneHS Xotcfi or.N'i'W 1'liijt.unilTlielrTrnii-iUtors. New Vorfc, KiT. 15. "Tlie Wizard ot the Nile" at tlie Casino cimtJiua no rail nf pretty- music, an amusing story, a goud Dbreltu, large quantities of attractive femininity, aud as quaint and original a comedian 113 ever graced O'inic opera. Frank Daniel's comedy lies In bis ab solute seriousness, lie uever smiles nor labor l"r an clTcct. His drollery wins the aiHiUuse lie receives. He sings and" dances well, and Las come ti. stay us a fixed Mar ill the comic opera firmament. As a TcrhlJii magician he perforins only ono lea'l of uccrumj...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

r-Sfct Z,1f-52?3fy-i&TS4& ,!- -frt, vp - & W - 3t&4 W-1 Ss2W"rSS -r s-irfsa.t!BB'R THE MORNING TIMES,' SUIUAYr -NOVEMBER 17, I895. 13 ' t. ..- -v. .33P ACADEMY Faultless CHARLES B. HANFORD A!sted Monday Night and Saturday Matinee, MERCHANT OF VENICE. Mr. HANFORD, Shylock. Mr. SPENCER, Bassanio. Miss O'BRIEN, Portia. Tuesday Night and Wednesday Mat. VIRGINIUS. Mr. HANFORD. Virginius. Mr. SPENCER, Icillius. Miss O'BRIEN, Virginia. Wednesday Night, JULIUS CJESAR. Wr, HANFORD. Maro Antony. Mr SPENCER, Casslus. Miss ijcene from Virglnlus. AFAYETTE SQUARE 55SS FIRE PROOF JOHN ft MHWGII, Manager Prices, 25c, 50c,75c.S 1 , S 1 . 50 One Week Only, C0M11FNUNG Tomorrow Evening. WATINFLS A TDNEil) U -AND SATUItPAY rir-t time hero Sir Augustus Harris IONDON Ol'I Itl tOMPANT, -IN HANSEL .AND- GRETEL Eumperdlucke li'llchlful Oiera Direct from llalj Thoatre, w1 ork. Under the management of Mr sCOlsTIN IHLI P-XOTi:-CliIUreu half I rice to all re'erfcd aettts at Matinee performance "e...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

- THE MORNIKGr TIMES, $3UND AY, NOVEMBER 17. 1895. 14 $QQifd Sterling Of Urea Sifter ARTISTS WHO APrCAR IN EURO PEAN DRAWING-ROOMS. AJboni Broke the Red Tape Around the Artist Class El len Terry's Experience. It Is no it more than twenty-five years since AlbonI, Hie famous Italian contralto, who had been commanded to tins at n state concert at Bjcklngham Palace, after hav ing electriried her aristocratic hearers by her beautiful singing, took from her pocket a pair of shears and snipped the red rope that separated the artists from the audi ence, exclaiming, "There! I have done it!" and what Alboui failed to accom plish in this daring act of a moment, the gradual spread of republican tendencies has since achieved, so that now this fatal di viding line between entertainer and enter tained between artist and aristocrat has become a dead letter. In the really great houses in London which setstbc pace for the English speaking world there is a great spirit of free masonry existing be twee...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

HRHISSBSSP THE MORNING TIMES,. WiN DAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1895. 15 RICH MEN'S MENAGERIE Amateur Stock Farmers' Exhibit Follows the Horse Show. MORTON AND HIS PRIZE COWS J. J. Astor's Goats, Gebhard's Game Cocks and Belmout's Sa'cred Cattle. "Spectators are kindly requested to re main for the side show." This will be practically the notice posted on the last night of the New York horse show, ami those who take the advice proffered will be rewarded by another show as fine as the last, and much more varied to buit all tastes. It will bc"tlie first show of the Live Stock Bocicty it America. This Interesting society has been incor porated, and lis annual meeting will add another to the yearly shows of Madison Square Garden. Us place in the annual succession of shows will be a little after the horse xhuw. This year the dato la from Novemlier25 to November 30. Buuuliaheou-ly with the live stock show, wbkh will be held largely in the baeiment of the garden, there will be the annual flower show o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

Z "-t-T'iZ ' "-J-.," . s-ys-p--. J-gB?; -rsp-jC- fJjf'ii.Pi! -" . "-' r --- x.-- - THE 3IOBXLNG TIMES, SU3TPAY, SOT-EMBER 17, 1895. 16 r? " "V1 A Woman Jy ROBERT HA Kit, Author or "Tlie Face nml the Alack," "In the .Midst of Alarms," etc. (Copyright, 1895, l)y Robert Barr.) CHAPTER XIII. The chances are that no matter under wlial circumstances young Longworth. and Kenyon had first met, tbe fonniT would have disliked the latter. Although etronj: friendships are formed between people who are very much unlike, still it must not be forgotten that equally Mrong hatreds have arisen between people merely becaubo they are of opiiosite natures. No two voting men could huvo been more unlike cach'otber, and as Longworth Vrealled the different meetings he had had with Kenyoii, he admitted to tilinelf that he disliked the fellow extremely. The evident friendship which Ills cousin felt for Kenyon added a bitterness to this dislike that was rapidly lurulnc it nil" hate. Ilonevcr, he calmed down su...

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

SSCjp. W-wf ri-tffca'tJjJT. $f $$$&)." THE MOHNTNQ TIMES, fiUPAY, NQVJSHBBS 17, 1893. a QtrANDAnr. 'TWAS A BAD ERROR, HALFUA.CK'fl -MISfAKB. HE nAD CALLED BEFUBB. qwj ,"" jamynwawjp ' 'i "' "t " "-i MgpJ,wwsyagBir, i ' wpSWfc zt&&&f'?!W" ' 'J NO CSE FOB IT. T Put, after eutlnji a ieriliuiuoii Ol dou't know whither Ot'in wlitMllu' or Hlnutu', iM'tub, mIiico Ol ute I hot Iilum. 51 ii illy Art. Prof. Jaw Jjumier Huarlwtt. the great champion Ati. ivlMt we ant is greater UejietUence oa nature's weapons Gov. Culteron How ito jou (lliffl TVhuCK!) like tli.il (Whack!) foot Gov Clarke YeMWli.ickl), pus liim a (Biffl Bang!) long! Nature for (Whack!) ever! Cleveland 1'l.iUi-Dealer. The Problem. Tlie young man clutched bis elderly friend in a frantic gratp. "What ought a filler to sa." be rtked, "when a young woman asks Mm if ho thinks she Is as old as sbo looks? lu fllnn.ipolls Journal. He Tried to neln the Itallroad Com pany. Jlut FaUcd. He looked a bit bard up, but be bad a p...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

s?5S5S!S?5!S!S "SSfifCWiI-'MfiSa!lflr- h THE MORyiy& TIMES, SI v&p AT, NOVEMBER 17. 1895. .lEEKINlaBOBlliltLtii Matters of Interest to Organized Vorkingmen of the District. v UEETLNGS OF THE WEEK. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Columbia Typographical Union, No. 101 Typographical Temple, 42J G street. National Alliance or Stage Employes Hall, 13 ICE street. L. A. 4308, K.. of L., Musicians Elks' Hall, Ninth street aDd Pcunsylvanlaavenue. Bottling HouseEmpIoyes' Assembly Hall, 600 F street. D. A. No. 60., executive committee Times building, 11 o'clock. MONDAY, NOVEMUER 18. L. U. No. 100, Brotherhood of Carpen tersHall, 627 Massachusetts avenue, L. A. 1G44, K. of L., Plasterers Plas terers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. L. A. 1718, K. of L., Carpenters and Join ersSociety Temple, Filth and G streets, open meeting. L. A. mi's, K. of L, Lathers-Hall, 131C E street. L. A. 104G, K. of L., Bakers' Drivers Hunch's Hall, 314 Eighth street. Amalgamated Society of Carpente...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

TT'5!5TTTrrzT:33sirfLiiKaa ..j, j --3t-i-S-VY'VeWr "c""" mi W5 ?-? "w ,v-wrrnsiT5j-v:iiras.'5(s -.--v. -.. ;iirr " t Si THE 31QIiKiyGLTIM:ES.,SP3:DA-g: yoVBMBEB 17, 1895. 19 I HELP WAHTBD-MUA WANTED-A few neat boys. aboutlG jvure. to work a few lioura at night; malarj- $5 moiitli. Address S1GUT WORK. WANTED-Baleanea Tor the best d "(ftbiiiR novelty out; easy eh. good aide lino: big commission. EUREKA NOV ELTY CO.. Little Rock. Ark. liol7--t WANTED-A young man with 2 or 3 W iT-ars ! experience ft drug "8ll'f Apply M. II. PRICE, cor. 13tli and 11 nc. WANTED-l'"i: "" for Rents iur Tiwaw iicparlmcnt; only experienced and IIimm- Willi i-xperler.ee need apply, il. COLDKXlH'.im. 928 Till st. HELP WASTKn-FEMAUL WANTED-CumBMrn for a new and iSpuur corseu Apply 1412 9th St. mr. nol7 at WANTED-Sm-anls' wages and debts iS collect; n charge till collected; write me. LOW, thteotrice. WANTED-Experienced hand to alter laim cloaks; none IJ.it those wlUi refer ence need apply- M. GOLDL.BLRO, 9-8 7th ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 November 1895

-'-";'' 'sF'thz0!?- r,3-F'fif-;"4scs'"''' ''" J1""v '- r"ft?-' v',,-r'?'5 &'-'"""'-. -v---f-, ; ?:J2 -'a1';-" 3-" f 3-vK,'- 'T s ;-- THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY,' NOVEMBER 17, 1895. 20 EXTRA! EXTRA! SPECIAL SALE OF GARMENTS AT BAUM'S, 416 SEVENTH STREET N. W., AT ONE-HALF OF THE ORIGINAL VALUE. For the past thirty years that we have been in business we have never been so fortunate as to offer our patrons such an opportunity tobuy first class garmentsat half price. Messrs. Blumenthal Bros., 5 16 Broadway, N. Y.. have advertised to sell out their entire stock of Fur Capes at 40 per cent off As we had purchased these'goods before this we had the choice of the first pick, and these garments will be placed on sale on Monday. No. 1450 Belgian Black Coney Cape, 30 inches long-, 100-inch sweep 5.10 No. 1406 French Black Coney Cape, 30 inches long-, 100-inch sweep 6.90 No. 1410 Plate Astrakhan Cape, 30 inches long, 100-inch 3weep 8.40 No. 1407 Best Sheared Coney Cape, 30 inches long, 100-i...

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

'""ipir?""'""WiS'--''SF? THE YEA.THER TO-DAY. STbe was the TIMES' circu lation for last week. &imes rnlr. Sltuhtly Warmer. "Westerly "Winds. The STAR'S circulation JQJ ono for iast week was . . . 13 .,00 C WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1895.--EIGHT PAGrES. VOL. 2. 2TO. 611. ONE CENT. SOXTEEW PAGES' OF MEWS EVEiT H2 HOUIRS b GEBMHTJOV GiS II Necessity for Joint Action Re garding Turkey Admitted. FEAE OF A CATASTROPHE None of tlio Seiiil-Ofltclnl Tuper, However, Take archslinUtlo View of the Situation of the Porte Pnli llo Opinion In Germany Too Strong for tlie Prosecution of Dolbrucck. Berlin, Nov. 17. Frlne-c von Hohcnlohc, slnc-c his conference with the Emperor on Thursday, has intimated to Count Go luehowskl, Austrian minister of foreign affairs, ttinl Germany will consent to dis cuss the question of united action on the part of the European powers toward Turkey, so far as providing protection to Christians and maiutaluing order arc con cerned. Although this a...

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

THE MORNESTGr TIMES, lOKDAT, NOVEMBER 18, 1895. 32 en &m i e& F Street Corn er Elerenth. Morap Warehouse UJd near it $4.50 Rocker, $2.75. A two day offer only. After Tue sday night the lowest price that will buy this rock er will be S2.95. It's a saddle Beat rocker piano finish mahogany a strong-, com fortable, well-made, well-appearing- piece of furniture that'll prove a mighty ac ceptable addition in your sitting room. 'wMSlif PADGETT JUIISMCED Typographical Union Finally Dis poses of His Cass. HE SAYS THERE ARE OTHERS Ex-Official Declare That IIo Will Not lie a Vlcnrlouii Sucrlfico Snyn He Loaned Money to the Director. XV. X. llrocknell Kleetod Score-' tnrj- Sliortuce of 8.1,000. 'J want to I the JeueUr wlu come into your mind JirtV 3 i.QBtteS Will occupy the aihnUon of society this coming weel; and. perhaps one third of all the Wedding Gifts leers purchased from me. If I could publish the names of the gizcrsmy customers it would be the best ad vertisement any jeweler's J...

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

"CTqa.p- . .igi sHivflE3P9gi-r',-'?JBJ"'''J'trrf rii5 !-. T"-p-J- -?cH5?PSiSgT THE MOKXJTNG TITLES, AIOHJAT, NOVEMBER 18, 185)3. n Parker, Briilset & Ca, Clothiers, SISTthsI. Better get in bright and early for first pick of those six lots of Men's $10 Suits which we have dropped to $6.50. Just as good quali ties as any $10 suit in the house. These particular patterns have not been fan cied, but as that is a matter of taste you may like one of these better than any other $10 suit we have. If you do, you save $3.50. Parher,Bridpi&Co, CI.OTllir.KS. 3 1 5 Seventh Street. DUPED TIEWHOLE CREW Oystermen Tell a Story of Hard ship Down the Bay. POT ASHORE BY THE OAPTAIN lien of ili Little Mj ru Itiwli Wn-h-iiiKtuti IK-vtlttiU'iinilNiytlioCuiilnlii Ite-fiiMil Tlit'iu All Ww;tM Were, 111-Vfd mul Urutully Treated tin tilt llont. Two oystermen. ns iho advance guard of four others, who will reach Washington today. arricd at police station No. 1 last night, where, after being piieu Quarter...

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

THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1895. 4 The Washington! imBS (MCKS1KO, EVIMM), AM SCMDXT ) OWNED AND 13SUED 3T The Washington Times Company. TIV.ES BtJILDIKa, Eccnmnsi Cokxeb Pisvstltasu. Avexhh asp TENTH STEMTT. Telephone Editorial RoomsilS. Business Ofllce'.33?. rrlceMorntns or Evening Edition. .Ono Cent Sunday Edition. Three Cents. Monthly by Carrier Moraine and Sunday. Thlrty.flve Cents. " Evening .Thirty Cents. llornlnc, 1 Evening and y rrprr Cists. bunday, J me Times' Branch Oifices. TIieTlmcK"I.UtloXovvsJlcrcliu tits' coiiM-P'irotlielrHiiiiplyofSIorniiisaml EvenliiRTliiiesiittnofoIluvvliigbrancti offices: Frank Smith, 4tU nnd G Ms. nvr. M. McNulty, 133U l4tli i.t. nw. A. II. McClosKey, 1312 7th t. nw. II. Huirc-, -153 I'll. nve. nvr. JOm-pIl I.llldCIl, 400 8th Ht. HO. J. VV. .Johnson, 40 lUt.ni'. V.l".iIiioKny,82t list. no. Ju-iih l'etlcriuit, OOD 7th t. svv. Advertisement loft nt n,ny of the aluive- brunches will receive tlienamo prompt attention ns though brought to...

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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