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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 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
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

' T - -.-, " THE MOIINLNG T17JES SUNDAY, XOVJiiMBER 21, 1895. 13 ft W.h ill UBOa CIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. .MEETINGS lOll THE WEEK. SUNDAY, XOVESIBER 24. L. A. 11 IS K. or L., Douglass Progres sive Assembly of Engineers Hall G09 P street. L, A. 1304. K. of L . "Washington Times A3cnil)ly Times Bulldinp;. L. A. l34, K. ci L., Juurupymcn Butch ers, l'lastc rc-re' Hall. rour-anU-a-halt and I'dinsylvanla avenue D. A. CG. K or I Em ciillvo Committee Times UulliUrg; H o'cloek. Columbia Tjp igranhlcnl Union Typo praplilcal Temple. HONDAS". JvOYEMBEil 2.". E.U. No. ISO, Brotherhood of Car-venters , Hall C27 Has, avo. L. A. 1G44, K. of E , Journojnien I'last tcrera Plasterers' Hall. Pour-anda lull street and I'eimsjlvaiila avenue. L. A. 1748, K. or L. Carpenters and Join ersSociety Temple, l'lftli and G streets. E. A. 122S, K. of L., Lathers-Hall, 1310 E strict. E. A. 3i;n, K of L.. Carriage and AVag on Makers BJticli's Hall, 311 Eighth street. TUES...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

;&& ' -?fcMr"-,"-v "MJ V'-rpJs',w-:' s" ""6arTS- . " THE MOItKIXO TIMES. SttiiDAX, KOVEMBER 24, 1895. 19 twf" ,-k j-'"ric"- srr.cr.t. soncEs. EOCHDALE SOCIETT-Tho of- flee of me itnthitale Co-operative 80- cietv fif the District or Columbia, is moved to' 707 T sr nw. 2d floor front-- I 8. BMEKY. Scetctiry. no24-3t FAl'fiRB ANGERS-Special meet ing WEDNESDAY NIGHT at Harris' Hall, .111 aim' l Ms. nw.; all members are requested lu be present- E- F- COOK, fUmm-lal scirelary. It ALL MF..11BEKS or Mount Yen Council, N.i. 10. Jr. O. IT. A. M.. Mount Vernon II. A. JI.. are rpnnnsie.1 lo meet nt 3d st. mid Pa. ave. sp oil si'NHAY. November 21, 1S95. nt 6- p. in., to co in a body to Andrew Jackson Council, No. n. i 1-- ami i sts. sw.. fbr the parioe or .-iltc-nding a. sermon to be delivered lv the Her. Jlr. Skelllnger, nt the Sixth Proshwerlan L'hurih, 0th unil C sts. sw., at 7 30 t in- Members of sister co.iiiiilsiirec.irillaliv Invited to-atteuit. By order or tile couik.II, B. JI. M...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 24 November 1895

- W5,ysyyjtCT,- THE MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1895. 20 ' r"&r9.fi Tr-j,-i - DAUM'fl U 4!6 Seventh Street. " SPECIAL SALE OF Lace Curtains 89c For a good Notting-ham Lace Curtain, in very attractive de signs, 3 1-2 yards long. $1.23 For a Nottingham Lace Curtain that is sold regular at $1.6S. $1.49 For an excellent Nottingham Lace Curtain, 60 inches wide and 3 1-2 yards long. Worth $2.25. $1.95 For a Nottingham Lace Curtain that has the appearance of Brus sels net. $2.98 Real Nottingham Lace Curtains, fine quality of net and the most desirable designs. These cur tains cannot be duplicated for less than S4.50. $1.98 For an Irish Point Lace Curtain, in desirable patterns, good qual ity net, would be considered a bargain at $2.50. $3.98 For an Irish Point Lace Curtain that was sold for $5.25. $4.48 For a fine Irish Point Lace Cur-i-iu, in handsome designs, and i -ell worth SO. 50. i'e have Lace Curtains from to $25, and are showing many ldsome effects in the latest velties....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

-if e5- j ' &, - --.-1 THE WP1THER TO - Cloudy. Colder. Easterly Winds. VOL. 2. 2s O. 618. IXTEENFA HBTELLO JUH TO TASK His Allegations of Fraudulent Customs Challenged. EMPEROB, GOES SHOOTING IU'forms In OIiI-Aec Insurance Mens liroi Causo n Squabble Bet ween Im perial Secretary Von liocltlclior. Dr. Von lloedtker and Editor Grles man A Dispatch ltoat to Turkey. Berlin, Nov. 2-1. The pending reforms In the old age Insurance measures have led to a squabble between Dr. Von Bocttlchcr, Imperial Secretary of Statu for tlic In terior, and Dr. Von Boedlker, president of the Imperial Insurance office, in which Dr. Grieseman. editor of the North German Gazette, Is aUo involved. Dr. Von Bocdlkcrhasproposed alterations I lu the old-ape insurance law which are op posed by Dr. Von Boetticher. Dr. Gricse man published Dr. Boediker's plans In his paper prematurely at the same publishing an artkleapplaudingthemasrcfornis which were likely to be approved by the Govern ment. Dr Von Boetticher b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

-ygj-aef gy hjm jjy HrarjWSsyyr aHjgMHuj ''j THE MOUSING TIMES. MONDAY. JSOVEMBER 23. 1395. iw- Sr-Vs; J"-?- VMOSES Bfi &5on r Street Comer Eleventh. Storage Warehouse, isd near 11. Piano Stool, $ttH: -An unusual price foe an unusually good article in nolish mahogany finish. ebony and oak, strongly, braced a well-made, well appearing stool in which every little detail of cqn struction has been careiully lOOKeu aiter. THOUSANDS OF DEAD PUPS Ono Effeot of Pelagic Sealing Shown by Official Keports. ,Hntt1nsc JTlltll-.Six.tvrs Hum Not Ie- crwicil tlio S1iiiik1iI' of ttiet Vrtclou Aiiluml. EVER do today what you can put off till tomorrow. Thatseem9tobo the maxim that soma people co by, but those people are going to be disappointed. What Is the ad van taaie of putting off buying your 'Christmas Presents till the last moment? You can get better prices now-you can cet waited on better you have abetter selection to choose r-nm Vnu needn't Pay for tt,nm a email darjoslt Will re .an'Athpm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

H5555iSBS5S55s!siw TIJE VIOKXIXCr TI3LES, 3LOXDXT, yOVEBEK 25, 1895. 8 h jji"! " ' rain"T JrffTM'fllh&dtfFlMflmiitiS&rff&fttriiBtlt ParKer. UriJK't & Ca Clothiers. S15 :th bt "Small meii" and" "big" boys. A manufacturer's bal ance of Long Pants Suits for boys from 14 to 19 years. Will fit you small men, too ! Strictly All-wool Black and Navy Blue Cheviots and fancy mixtures, in single and double-breasted sacks. Others ask $7, S7.50 and Sio and so did we prior to this pur chase. Your choice of the lot for $5. arksr,Briiiget& Clothiers, 315 7th St. The standard of bi- C3rcle excellence is set 3'ear alter year b' tlie COLUMBIA. It'll be the same next season as 'tis this. You'll see Columbias everywhere. '96 model now here. Lcara to bicycle on Columbia Held, 17th au'l C its. District Cycle Co., SEffi?5ft ). Hurt Ilrlttaln, Alunacer 452 Pa. Ave. CHAS. 431 KAUFMAN, 7tli Street. Established I860. Good Legitimate CLOTHING SALES! We have bought every sample Suit every Ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

THIS MORNING TIMES, MONlAT, NOVEMBER" 25, 1S95. The WashinstonTimes (11 OllNISG, ETCTXO, AVP SCSDAT.) owned and issued nr The Washington Times Company.. , , TIMES nUlLDINCJ, EtCniWEST COKMlt IXVXSVXVAMA AVEXCK AND '1EMIISTKEKT. , Telephone Editorial Itooins, HI Business Offlco 337. rrlc Morainsr or Evening Edltloa..OneCea$. -andny Edition. Tliroo Cents. Kenthlr I17 Carrier " ' " - Horning And buuday. Thirty-flro Conts. Evening Thirty Cent! Morninp, 1 , - - Eieningandf- rinr Cents. The Times' Branch Offices. TlioTliiieV'I.ttnoNowNMercIiiuttti!' CBiisi-ciirollielrMiipiilyofMoriHtiBaiia Kvi-nliijiTliiiesiittliofolIowliiKbruiich officii: Friinlc Smith, 4th rtnil O sir. nw. M. MrXnlty. i:iau I4tli Nt. mv. -A. J. ilcClo-key, 1312 7th st. nw. H. Ilum-, 2in:i Pa. uvo. mv. ' " Jo.si-iili Linden, 400 8tl) st.se. J. V. Jolnwon, 40 II st. ne. W. F. Mackny , 821 II st. in-. Jooi-iili lN'tlKimt, COO 7th Ht. v. ( Adw-rll-omoiitu left nt any of tho above brnnchcit will recolvo tho wno Iirompt ntft'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

"v-- r THE aiOKNTN'Gr TIMES, MONDAY, yOTESLBER U5, 3 895. "-" Z? -----'''--ij--rRMm"-''.'' ? f I CORSET DEPARTMENT. $ f f 9 LANSBURQH & BRO. 9 9 9 9 HOW ABOUT YOUR CORSET? Have you a good fitting one ? You know the fit of the dress depends more on the Corset than on the Ingenuity of the dress maker. We can give you the right kind of Corsets m Corsets for the STOUT I the LEAN-the MEDIUM - LONG-WAISTED C o r- ? set - SHORT - WAISTED. .?, Carsets Corsets to fit f anybody .they are do- formed. 'I Theso we recommend : ? 9 f I SI.OO. ThlsC- E.'M la Sprite" Corset, made of heavy Jeans, extra long waist, hlsh and heavily boned bust, two sldesteels on eide. Sizes, 18 to 30. for.. st.so. "Sonnette Sylvia" Corrset. madeof stron? Alexandra Cloth sat een strips, wido whale bones, loner waist, ex tra hlch bust, two side steels on eadh side, edged with fine lace. Sizes, 18 to 30. For.... $1.50 SI 75. "C B a la Snrlle" Corsot. made of tlie bast Freice sateen, ea tra Ions waist, high bust, wide ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

. --'V'--X. --AinvTSJ' --Cjs-a e THE LOBNIKG TIAFES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2o, . Chk5 -S " Fall In Carpets. This week It Carpets. We baT to many and wo am colnc to thin oar stock cut. Wocau't belli If we do ose money en tliem now patterns kerp coming out, and wo wnnt to lep pace with the world. Wo woii t hae old goods la our ttock So down go the prl e-i on all CAUPKTt ttwuy, way don this week, tery kind Moquettes, Axmlnsters, Tap estry Brussels, Ingrain, Tapestry Moquettes, Etc. All the liTOS and MIT bQUAKLfe are marked down, too, fur tilts week. We'll Just juoto you one price but that's enough to ehcvr tha; wo mean Suit ices Excellent patterns in Tapestry Brussels, good qualitj'. for 45c. per yard. Kxamine your Carpets and aee whether you Iont want any you will are money by buying this week. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D Sts. K. W." Whatever Ails You, Whether lt'e the stoin ecb, the llior. tho kid u) s, or the blood, that Is ut of order, you can ab Holutely rely upon "OUR NATIVE 2" To ef...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

rr.?3tS&l'fi"s'?R$s AV?"- --f" y 3rv - - '- TIIE 3IOKJSI2fO TIMES. 310irnA.T, 2fOVEMBEB 25, 1895. 'Ji?i'iV::'ff& TJ JK-." - ,-aw,3Ki-fl:-'5 ' 5PKCI.VL XOTICES. jyiDEIiXTY Castle. No. 7. Knights in me tmlilcn Eagle. The brothers arc TquoU-d In nltcnu tlie lui.cml of late Knitter JOHN F. MACALLISTEIt. on aiopil.-iv the 2r.Hi from Ms late residence 120K It M. t e.. at 2 o'clock. FAITH Council. No. 13, Sons if Jonn ilnbt The brothers are requested to attend i lie runeral or our late Brother JOHN' T. MACALLISTEK. n Monday tin- 25tli. tntii bis late residence. 1-03 II st. tie., al S o'clock. 11 BOCHDALG SOCXETY-The of. Xlce or tne Rochdale Cu-ni'tratlvc so ciety of Jhc District nf Columbia is moved to 707 O st. nw.. 2d floor flout. 1 S. E.MEUY. Secretary. no24-3t "lU-.V. T. D.'WITT TA UlACE.D. I). Will preach every Sabbath evening nt 7:30 o'clock, and also Tfaul:sgiing morn ing, November 28, nt 11 o'clock a. TO., nt First Pr sbyicrian Cliurch. 4 1-2 su, bet. faalli. no23ta.mo.tu. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 November 1895

fw ctet s -cr v ' 7 VifOJt,- s &$' ""$? ww- r,-" - THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1895. 8 ?&&' Twenty-four Men "Will each make five dollars here today b- buying one of a lot of Black Kersey Overcoats that have sold for and are well worth $20 at, $15- They are nia'de from, the cele- brated Invincible Kersey, are cut in the latest fashion, are 46 inches long, have deep velvet collar, silk sleeve, and shoulder lining and light-colored worsted body lining. And that is why the light-colored lining we shall sell them at $15. The lot No. is 4790 and there are just 24 of them in the following sizes: 3 5 4 5 3 4 33 34 35 36 37.38 - - Better get in early before yoursize is gone. An- tailor would ask you $30 for their equal, and then not fit ygu as well. You ladies who want to make solntf ode a present of a Smoking- Jacket or Dressing- Gown -at Christmas can select it to better advantage now while the stock is complete. Come in at an' time. Your purchase will be cared for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

iV iVpt f 3 j?r- 4H'5i'!& nftsSJg-Vj--. M 5-S.- -krt - :, "" THE WEATHER TO - Threatening nud Itnln. Warmer. "Winds Shifting to Southerly. rOIi. 2. NO. 619. SCHEME F0B4 TROLLEY President Griswold Said to Be Working for Overhead Wires. BACKED BY A BIG BANKER Conj;re-es to Ho Asked to Repeal Old Luvv to ilukt- "Way Tor the Trolley On till" AniicoMlu Line "What Em ployes, nnd Others Sny About tlio Proposition. "We can afford to lose 525 a day until we get our bill through Congress," Is what President Griswold. of the Auacostla line. Is reported tohae said a day or two ago. What this bill is to be lias puzzled the strikers for some time, bul it Is now believed that President Griswold has on hand a scheme to hae passed by Congress a bill permitting him to use overhead wires on the Auacostla line as Jar as Third street and Missouri avenue northwest. These designs which are always kept very quiet slipped through the net a day or mo ago when ono or the most intimato fricmls of President...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

ar& - .jz jcjVt- wb-. 'vSV pr &n-'- .J';?-? "tC""5(gy7j3;' THE MOJ.NTNG- TIM.TCS. TITESDAT. yOVELHEB 30. 3805. 2 Jf ' 3.J.T- , T&-"" s 0N& F Street Corner Eleventh. Etornge Warehouse :3d near H. Parlor Tables About 600 styles in stock every kind of table plain and odd shapes -. in all the woods. You can S3 Mahogany Table, S3. , , 51.73 Oak Tabic. S2.0P. tlirOUgh 6ft50 Bird's Ejo Maple. tjje aigles $6.50 Mahofianr. $3.95. and pick S6.7S Curly Birch. 525. Qut a table for an) need you may have. Not a bigger, better stock of more reliable goods in America. $1.50 solid oak, mahogany hnish or birch table, lb in., square top, one lower shelf, moulded edges, $1.00. EVER do today SS what you can put off till tomorrow. That seems to be the maxim ) that some people go by, but ?? those people are coiner to be J$ disappointed. What Is thead- vantage of putting off buying: j your $$ Christmas Presents 1 till the last moment? You can get better prices now you can get waited on bett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

-s- -,-,. -v- .-s-;' T---r, , J,K3!;V,-' "t?; vw-i" --TVW.nWJJiSp THE MORXING TOLES, TUISSDAT, NOVEMBER 26, 1805. CORBETT HAS BAD 'ENOUGH 1WW V -&." WQ rarker, BrMcet & Co. Clothier b, S15 7th St. tVntii.'-J1 4?' 'S-.i-$V 3 Ladies Only! Lovely line of Fancy Woven Imported "Sweat ers" for you athletic young women. Attractive color combinations and ver- low prices. Tell your big brother or best young man about those Bicycle Leggins, in Cordu ro3r and cloth, which we are running at $1. Tell your small brother that we have but four left of the Regulation "Rugby" No. 5 Foot Balls, which we reduced from $5 to $2.75. Park8r,Bridget&0 Clothiers, 315 7th St. Overcoats AND ULSTERS You want them thisweath er. "We have a particularly fine line of Overcoats Ker seys, Meltons, Chinchillas, Beavers, etc. , at $10, $12 and 515, and up. These coats fcavc the finest tailor orlc la them, and are made to lit tboy are not like the aloppy coats a great many factories put out If t-ey do not gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

v "-" THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1S95. ThBWasliinglonTimBS- OWNED AND 1SSUKD 3? The Washington Times Company. TIKIS EUILDINO, IcrinwiETCor.NEKl'hN-.svi.v.isiA Avenci id 'i CSTU STllEEX T!cjliono Editorial Rooms, HI Business Ofllie' .H. rrlce MorninsfrllToulos Edition. .Ono Cent brnidny l'dlllon. Throe Cent Hentldy bv Carrier " KoriUu;; aiid Sunday. Thlrty-rivo Cent Ivcnlnp TUlrty Centr Mornln;, - - Evenlnzaud- FinT Cests. The Times' Branch Offices. TlicTlnicw' "LI ttleNevvi Merchants" caiihrcurolliPlrsupiilyofilorniiisand EionlnrrTIiiiemitt lie follow luguranch office: Fmnl: Smith. -tlU nnd G .t. nw. M. Mobility. 1330 I4th t. nw. A. II. McClo.l.oy, 1312 7tli tt. nw. II. IIiii:r. 2153 Pb- htb. nw. JOM-ph I.ii.dcn, 400 8tb tt.fee. J. V. JolniMin, -ID 11 ht. no. W. F. Miicttny , 821 II "t. lie. Jo-oph rctlRTMt, COO 7th st. w. AdvcrtlMMiientB loft nt uny of tho Omic bmnclii'N will receive tho Mime prompt attention a though brought to the iniitii office. WASHINGTON, D. C.. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

THE MOBNTLVGr TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER UG, 3895. 5 ? . ! LansDurgn & nro f 9 Ours Is a Busy Store f With selling Feather Trimming.worthfromOne Dollar to Two Dollars, in black and colors, for 25c a yard; Ladies' and Chil dren d 's Worsted Mittens. the 25c kind for 14c, and Ladies' large-size wash able GinghamAprons for 1 Ic. These three items alone are worthy of enough con sideration to crowd our stores from early morn ing to closing time. Seal Pocketbook, -f 98c. SsSSsiBS m83SBa$m a saggKgsss Z. i$?e!S-fe3x?7 :?- 9 &gk$&&s v fsssysssasasasa b B?feSI&Sl35 mg&stim 9 This roil s-al comblna- a tlon P-cketbook. sea! W or calf lined, nice y o stitched with leather QQn V gussets, for 30b Jewelry Specials. Ster Insr silver Rings with i turquoise marquise set- HCp tings - Ctiii 0 4-Scfineroi:ed-co!dPInKS with Rnlnestono set- Orn Q tines - ZJu ? White metal Bracelets, handsomely carved, A can't te I them from B sterling silver. Worth Q a GScs For HOb 1 Gents' fine ro'I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

fl ,--r -vs.jv-- -5 iV THE MOKXIXG- TIMES, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2G, 1895. 0 f i Daily Bahgaiks. Two Special Items for Today The firt of these two items is a Dining- Room Suite, in solid oak, consisting of asideboard, 4 eet, with bevel glass, 6 chairs, mJ a six-foot tabic. Every ar ticle well made and handsomely finished. Yc have made a spe cial price on these for today only of $21.25. jj":3rs5sSu The other item -- : solid oak Chiffonier ver3' perfect in all details. ? The price for to da3" 011I3- $5.45. 2P Efsi Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D Sis. N. W. MEPKBD JEB LIGHT Cr.nnmiiil Knim First Page. able id Imk lu'lunwi llic lines ami mi; that Tin- Times N mkii)B thliiRi. c,istf un ciuiiformbly for tl.c t-pcuilatorc-, iil.o are vviili-mly iKitmii-InuBUiiuakc their UcIciimj In iiublii. There inn be i.o mlicr cunclu4cn but Hint they will try the k.iiiip old Rjinc ot talking before coniiiilttivs which may it may not let their nnH-n.iliirg'i set to the prey's. Tor tlit'e reasons and many others...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

-7afSteeS;mrf'' r"'v'-!5' -"""Sks: - ---T-v " .-"-"' THE MOBNING TIMES. TUESDA.Y, 2STOVEMBER 26, 1895. STECIAL NOTICES. SPftTi?K MAltKET f.Irur TUANKS QiriNii supplies. The stalls and bland are filled with tbe choicest productions of tlic season. Come one! Come nil! to this mammoth market and sec the good things provided In emit abundance for all me people. All car lines reach Cenler Market. The Market will be open Wednesday trjm 5 c m. unt It 1 0 p. m.. and on Thursday from 5 o'clock to 10:-0 a.m. P. 8. SMITH. nn2r.-3t.wii Clerk. 3IR. JOHN PERREARDWllltor- maliy l.eii tils new- cale. 1;0, rt. nit. HVJMMlay. His friends a Jul toe gen- eral public are cordially Invited to at- tend. m.-G-Jt FIDELITT Castle. No. 7. Knights. " fietTofilcn Eagle. Tlic brothers are requested ti, atlcna the runeral of late Brother JOHN' T. MACALUSTER. on Moedav the 25th from his late residence. 120.1 It ft. re., at " o'llock. jFoceidale societx-tiic of. fit-rof Uir Rochdale Ow-opernUve So cletv or the Dist...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 November 1895

5!rSli;!'?55" M rWi fcftWSKSSHa 53SSKifT,5;,KSSp'-?J--'l Z the morning times, Tuesday, November 2, 1895. 8 s&sZ'izpjUijfim, ' "as. sr. "- . ' l'"" ' ' ' """" " Itllll I LIIIIII I I Ull I IIL lllllll unuoicn o 1 yV e DOUbt if there ;s a stock 0f Qver- agmai- coats in the country, cer tainly none in Washington, which compare with ours in variety, quality, and exclusiveness of styles one whole floor devoted solely to the display and sale ot Overcoats. There are all styles, all sizes and grades. Prices $10 to $45, with a dozen be tween prices, and all good value for the money. There are just eleven left of those $20 invincible black KERSEY OVERCOATS that we are selling at $15, because of the light colored skirt lining. They are cut in the latest fashion, are well tailored and would cost $30 in any custom shop in town. There's something of interest to the ladies whose thoughts turn to Holiday Gifts in our su perb line of House Jackets and Robes. JQ .7 ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., 12th ...

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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