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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 July 1895

THE WASnrN-GTOT TIMES, ITEXDAY, .JTTCilT 1 9, 1895. & DBtS 053 0-3 -39 --30 5 LauSuiliP&DlO ? WHICH SHALL IT BE? The onewlih Sprays or the one with Fig ures. You C oui d hardly pass one of these Beautiful dreamlike Organdies at the price just placed on them. For from now on take your pick of any of e our French Organ- dies for 25c. yd. f 3c. for I2c. Lawns. 0 . Some lovely patterns. I All Washable Lawns. I Guarnteed to keep their Color. Even those p, Law ns at A-V-c. yd. Are guaranteed by us. Innumerable styles to pick from. Just think of a pattern and come in and see it among our 4 l-2c. Lawns. 420. 422. 424. 426 7fch St I Ends To-morrow Night. Every Refrigerator Andjce Chest I s offered This Week below Actual cost Arid on Credit! It H tbo turoce of yor life to ewn a d ltoftfgefltter pay h for it whOHyu please -wolT or XBnsh!y e neies no interact. MAMMOTH 819 CREDIT 821 BOUSE, 823 Seventh Street N.I, Between H and i Sts. 1SK00KI.AX1) ITEMS. Itev. Mr. Garrtg&u, vlec-rect...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 July 1895

THE WASirGSrGTCOT TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1S95. .olographic We have completed tile enormous task of photographing the thous ands of Times subscrib ers, who took advantage of the great oiler 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 whoe patience was taxed by the occasional long waiting some times nec essary, andbelieve that everT one will be more than well pleased when the photogrpahs are de livered. SPECIAL OFFER. We will still continue to present all coupon-holders, who may have been unable to present their coupons in time with ONE FREE CABINET PHOTOGRAPH, provided half a dozen,...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1895. One Pont Per 110 bolil Word ; No advertisement less than JOo. : flna Pan? Per HUB bSlii Ward 1 No advertisement less than 1 Os. One Cent Per Word Per Word Per Word No advertisement less than 10s. v uuiwa iwwiutui iw iiiuii ivw a No advertisement lc3s than 10:. iiiimiim i t Oho Ponf Ea UIIB USUI word No advertisement less than lOo. Dili OSnl VOHD No advertisement Icsi than 10a. SUMMER. HESOBTS. GOING Colonial Bench slop at Johnston's for dinner, 3D cents jj 18-41 BOARDERS WANTED Four miles west of Warrentoa; hcaltlij lo cahlv , good water and ioe: two dail mails. r irlimiierinfonnaUniiapjilj toMUS. J 3). YARNER, Shade P. O., Fauquier county, Ya. Jyl9-0t DEER PARR AND OAKLAND, On the Crest of tho Allcghcnlos. (Main Lino B. & O. B. R.) ftEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd. 1895. Rates $60, $7Dand $90 a month, aocord log to location. Furnished cottages, with facilMtes for housekeeping, if desired, 5450 te $000 per 8oanon Address GEORGE D. DeSHlELDS, M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 July 1895

s the WAsnirGTOosr times, eimda-T, jtjxy 19, 1895. IIS OF TIE SEARCHED THE CHROME PITS Two Lots Of Outing Coats and Trousers, neat plaids, in French flannel. Have been $10 and $3 take them to-day and to morrow at $5. Others that have been $10, $12 and $15 are $6.67, $S and $ 1 0 respectively. All $4 and $3 Duck Trousers now $2 all sizes. All $2.25 Negligee Shirts now $ 1 .75 each, two for $3. 75c Outing Shirts, including the Soft-finish French Batist, all new effects, now 50c all sizes for men and boys. Some new specials on that bargain counter. Odds and edds of our best grades of Meek wear Tecks and Four-in-Hands 25 C each. More Bathing Suits, striped and solid colors, 90c each. More Umbrellas at HALF PRICE. More 35c and 50c Suspenders at 20c. More Fancy Embroidered 50c Lisle Thread Sox 25c pair sizes 9, 95? and 11 only. Russia Tau Shoes, $6 grade, now $4.80. And so on all through the store a shaving of prices in every depart ment; but no shaving of quality anywhere. You can get a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

are you tDttl? $or Ceap as? VOL. 2. NO. 490. WASITENGTOy, D. C, SATURDAY MOIESTING-, JULY 20s 1893 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. Telegraphic News Supplied by the 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. e. BRESOH DID SIT IT FOR PROOF OF.THIS QUAY MAKES CONFESSION Many Are Printed, But Few Are Good. THE Sunday newspaper is a growth of the last few years, and it lias come to be an al most indispensable part of daj'-to-da3 civilization But on the flood tide of these Sunday papers floats many a col umn of matter of no earthly in terest to airy time. Thk Times aims to select sort illustrate tersify abbre viate in .short, save the reader from the tiresome operation of discarding1 long lengths of ver biage. In pursuance of its policy of obtaining local special articles, The Times will to-morrow print: Omens of Good or Evil which the Nagro Finds. Women Who Have Wedded ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

TH.E WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JTJLX 20, 1895. BJ"IL &&! P and Eleventh ta Storage Warehouses: M St noar M. M ATTINGS- auiong the quickest sellers m tne Jiouse. But still they'll bear pushing now and then, just to familia rize you with the excellence of our stock. This week an other price-re vising and, as usual, the benefit is yours to profit by. But these prices won't brook tardiness on your part. 81 Rolls WniTE CHINA MAT Vina, SO yards in each (enough to oovor a loom 12 hy 15 foet in stae) bfiecinl price por roll... E7S Roths FANCY PLAID CHINA M A111KU. SO-yard rolls (ououeh t ower ono loom 12 bj 15 feot instce) 1'erroll now 1M Rolls NARROW WARP WHITS SKAMLKSS JAPAN liSE MAT MKG. SS yards to the roll (eoteii t oo era 12 by 15 foot room). 1'or roll llils week 238 Rotle EXTRA HEAVY FANCY JWKTLBSS MATTING, SO yards in a roll leuough to over a 15! by 16 foot I mil) bpociaL 600 vnrds INSERTED and DOUBLE llYKD JAPANK&fc. MATTING. regular 25c. grade, por yard, tlri wek 8W ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

TITE WASHINGTON TIMES, .SATTJEDAT, JUiT 20, 1895. 8 g iniiii ii .djmmsmmm VERY MAN in Wash ington, whether or not he needs a Suit, a Coat and Vest, or an extra pair ofTrousers, should drop in here and look through the stock and ask the prices, whether he has any idea of buying or not. He will find Suits that have been as high as $15 selling for $6.25. He will find "Odd" Coats and Vests, left from Suits that were as high as $20, Belling for $5 for the Coat and Vest. He will find odd pairs of Trousers, left from $10, $12, and $15 Suits, and few neat stripes, selling for $1.65 pair. He will find that if he should buy and not like his purchase after he gets it home, he can return it and get his mone7. K ARE de termined to move the en tire stock of Boys' Wool Suits, Wash Suits, Flan nel Suits, Mixed Suits. 'lM All the lead ing mvD styles no old ones and precisely ONE HALF THEIR FORMER PRICE which is less than we paid. We want the trade and goodwill of the boys, and will pay for it in thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATITRDAT, JULY 20, 1895. TheWashtafltoriTimBS (ETEKT X1T ZH TOTt TEJLB.) OWXED AKD ISSUED BY The "Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING. EomnvxsT Cohkeb Pennsylvania Atendeand Tenth Stkeet. Telophono Editorial Rooms, 4S6. Business Office, S3?. Tlco, Bally Edition Ono Cent Eundny Edition Three Cents By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 20, 1805. Subhcrlbers to "The Times" will confer ii Xavor by promptly reporting nny lif-ooiirtsy of collector, or neg Iixrlof diuj-ontbepurt oft lie curriers. Complaints eltlier by mall or In per son will receive prompt attention. Paperw hliould bedell ored to all purts of the city by :30 o'olock oucli inorii imj. inclmlliiK Sunday. Tli Wnxblnston Times" Is a mem ber of the itocbdule Co-operative So ciety. take: the timks -with: you. Sn miner OtitinsH IV 111 Xot Ho Kn joyod Unless It Goe Along. Thf wimmw title of pleasure and lnaltli-eekerri btth el In toward mountain, springs mid eaboro. ;No plans for tIieM?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

THE WASHrETGTQy TIMES, fiATUBDAY, JULY 20, 1895. I f Leosljyrgli&Ere j NAMED THE BABY "MARION' "King's Palace.' GOOD MORNING. To-day icill beair, with thottert to-night and a alight eUangsm temjKrature. EMRICH. Eefers to Mrs, Cleveland's First Summer in New England. I The quietest It Seems Shameful f Yon Come To soil these goods so cheap 9 But we are doing It for a ft purpose. Some few weeks j since we bought heavily 9 from a manufacturer w th A whom we do the greater I portion of our Muslin Un- f derwear dealing. He allows C us the privilege yearly to Z buy a our figures the resl- 1 due of his stock. This year 9 it was lamer than we ex- n pectod, and In consequence T we see a gentle reminder of 9 "over-buying" staring at us, fi hence we are anxious for tl.elrexit. 9 These three items are f only "Idea-Givers." f Ladies Plain Cam- I brie Drawers, made I with a deep hem and ? cluster Of tucks above. f Only f 29c 9 t t 29c. The above illustrates a Muslin Drawer, made of extra quali...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

THE WASimTGTOK TIMES, SATURDAY, JTJ3LT 20, 1895. Gi fWWMf3 Another 25 of these $9 "Summer Comfort" Wicker Rockers go on sale this morn ing at the same old figure, viz: $4-75- Cor. 13th and F Sts. THE RUBENSTE1N SPEEDING BUGGY. RaH-bearine nxles and fifth vrlieel very liRlit most wiltaatiHL Intro duce r.i le. than 8-5 regular price. TuiiWes f nil uoseriptioiis. Cm-riaees b lit, rojmired and stored. LANDGRAF & KRUG. 1 625-29 L St. N.W. (Opposite Downey'd stables ) flC-iE-CS-3- G-5 0-B"Jfi Better light Than gas -Hi:pr tvower than steam Q Eocrri'-itv. Better licbt because fUVs-t-adiernnd whiter Better S power because it's cleauer aud more stalle and l.aper. 9 V "When vou're ready to j,ut up . 0 eltv-tr..-"liphtsor au eUv-tn-cur- rent, telephone us lor power. . ? U.S. Electric LIhtin& Co. V Q SIS iiTH ST. N. W. Thone.77. T...W.- ..w Mr ii) tend v. n tbcmitneloue Fii-nrli rrccrtiaTiun CALTHOS free. ..tid a !:! cunrantep tn-l ALTHOS will Itfslor sour '. IIcMth.. Strength nd Vicor.l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

THJB WASHINGTON TIMES, ATTJRDAT JULY 20, 1893. 1 Per Word Per word ne Don! No advertisement less than lOo- No ndvcrtlseruont less than 10. Noadvertlscmont leas than 10a. .11 UbIO yygi WORD Noadvcrtiscmfcntlos' than lOo, J 7 II r-ti rn One Cent Ons Oonf wold Noadtcrtisciucnt less than 10s. One Gent A I No advertisement less than 10s- One Cent Z No advertisement less than 10s SUMJUER HESORTS. DEER PARK AHD OAKLAND, On the Crest of tho Allcglicnloj. (Main lino B. & O. B. II.) EEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1895. Rates $00, $75 and $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, -with facilities for housekeeping, If desired, 450 to 5000 per season. Address GEOHGE D. DeSIHELDS, Manager. Cumberland, Md. white sulphur springs, cumberland valley railroad, newville, pa One of the most delightful ploosure and health mtarts in America. MagHiftcent MOUN TA1K SCKHOUNDINOS 2,6J0 FBBT ELEVA TION WRY ATMOSPHERE. PINE GROVES, HOT StXPRUR BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI SINE, l"JbHTNG, BOATING, DRIVING, S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUBBAX, JULY 20, 1898. m pwyi GOING Out of town to-da? Then you'll want something in our line. A. Thin Coat, a pair of Duck or Flan nel Trousers, Outing Shirts, Summer Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs, new Shoes or any one of the dozen or more things usually found wanting when you start on even the shortest journey. They are all HERE), the best that's made, and as low in price as you'll find anywhere. Just a little lower than any one else in Washington can sell the same qual ities .for. The biggest clothing bargain you ever heard of is HERE) in that $5.75 sale of $10, $12 and $15 suits, and the coats and vests from $15, $18, $20 and $25 suits. Large sizes only 38, 40, 42 and 44 chest measure. All sizes in the odd suit pants and the $4, $5 and $6 ones from regular stock that we are selling so fast at $2.25 per pair. Robinson, Ghery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. tj$$ with you. We'll promise Mj2 '&& an "credit is -m .18! OUR CREED," M vgMjgp l u PfjJjSjis rTrmrmMBna...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

(Ire IJou XDitI? 5or fyzap (8as? VOL. 2. 2STO. 491. WASHINGTON, P. C., SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 2ls 1895 SIXTJ3E2ST PAGES ANB AKT SUPPLEMENT. TEHEE CENTS. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents Jttore than twice what other local newspapers have. 'Vr'4V 1ST CHAPTER IF ILL INHUMAN AND UNAMERICAN. DRINK Ella Miller Pleaded For Her Own Moral Destruction. St. Asaph Will Try to Wipe Out Alexander Island. J DRINK . jpr OUR $ I r HEW BRAND. 1 Owing to very many solicitations from the trade and others to id lace a fine "Dark Beer" upon the market, and the great success already met with, we have pleasure in stating that our new produc tion is brewed from Imported Hops and the Finest Malt, and can in every way be relied upon to give satisfaction, having tor its special characteristics: Brilliancy of Color! Fine Palate Flavor! Faultless Keg Condition! Purity of Material! Exhilarating:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE WASHIGTOT TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 1891 iled to in KC3t5nanu i J Ueb t)QKS- J aud Ele euth Sts Storage Warehouses Sid St near M. Try "LA REINi7 POLISH on your PurnHura It's tlio lMt Furniture poMsti wo know of bettor than any veeer had or used until we dls oowrad tills. SS cents a bottle and )HHy romiidod if the puliau doosn't not via ay it will STOQffiR jSTECES- SARIES Things thai in their place regulate sunlight, modif' heat, please the eye, grace city or country homes or seaside cottage these things we specialize in hot weather, and prices touch the pockeibook so gently as to soothe never irritate it. AWNINGS ef evorr sort, for ovory use Our man will call with sainplos to estimate, tiood AWN1SGS.S3W a4 mro. LOOSE COVERS to protect uphol stered furniture lxta of pretty materials that'll be made up for less than it would ccst you to buy and make them up yourself. AV1KE WINDOW St. KEENS, adjus table to any window, 20 cents and mere, 1)0011 SCREENS, SO conts and more. llEWtlCEUATOKS. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

'V. THIS WASUIGTO TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 21, 18Q5. PRIMARIES IK MISSISSIPPI j lv thSa?? Jjf? v Qd KING'S rALACEL .El'S PALACE. 12? - HIT BUSINES IMPROVING all 'round. Still our prices are lower than ever some lines we are selling- below cost to close out, as we don't wan't to keep an3T goods "til the' go out of style. "We sell cheaper than an' other house. "We can afford to do It because we sell such enormous quantities. But you had better hurry up if 3'ou want to take advantage of the inconceivable barg-ains we are offering" now during our great Alteration Sale. Very little money goes a long- way in this store, and money is well spent with us, because 3'ou can get much for it. Our barg-ains have been the talk of the town during this sale. Imported Lcqhorns, 27c. AH shapes nnd newest styles, QT n uutrimroed, eicJ"ent Quality.. L J U $4 and $5 Trimmed Hats, 98c A mncnlflcent lot of Trim med Hats, in all utylcs and ehndes, Tory chic, trimmed with flowors, embroidery nig- QQp rottos, etc....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE WASITOTGTOJT TIMlSs, . STOTD AT, JULY. 21, 189S. The Wasmtalon times (ETEftr tilt is THE TEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED DV The VfaslilnQtoQ Times Company, TIMES BDILDIN'O, eocthwest cokkek pennsylvania avej.ce and Tenth Stkeet. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 431 business Office, 237. One Cent, j frico, Dally Edition Sunday Edition Three Cents 3y the month Thlrty.ave Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JULY 21, 1S9S Subscriber to "Tho Time-," will confirm ia-v or by promptly repot tins t ii uy liPoiirtFy of collector, or iuj;-Iwt-or ilinv ontliepurt of tlie currier-. Complaints itlicr by mall or tn per on -will rwle prompt intention. Pn perns should bodelUei td toull purl of the oltv by ::iO o'olooTv each nuirn lii;r Including Sunday. "The Witf-liiugtoii Timer.' 1- a mem ber of the ltouhdiilu Co-opc;rutle So Ut . TATwK THE TLMKS WITH YOU. Eumiiicr Outing "Will Not Ho Kn joed Unle-x It 'joe- Alimir. Tlie t-uminer tide of ploiiHitre and lieulth--eltoris liu. .el In toward DioiuitHiiis, -.prlnc-. and t-e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE "WASKESTGT03ST TIMES, ,SXTJLrPAX, JULY 21, 1895. PVV'-VV''Vr this city at the residence of, the bride, on M street, are now in Paris. They will sail for home the first oT August and make their future home w.ith Mrs. Booz's mother, Mra. Normenfat 928 M street. EMRICH. o:- We Have just Ninety-seven left. Same shape as cut in this ad. Formerly $3.98. Now surrs $Li4f s THESE WERE UNPACKED YESTERDAY. 400 White Duck Skirts, Now 95c. Well made. Full ! 420, Do You Own a Baby ? Until 6 o'clock next Saturday night, July 27, we shall offer every Baby Carnage in our entire stock Pay when you please weekly or monthly no notes no Interest. Keep your eye on these special sales we are doing more business than any three Furniture houses In the city of Washington. GROGAN Mammoth Credit House 818-821-823 Tib St. H. W. Between H and 1 Sts. ?G AN OPPORTUNITY to buy n. "Perfect" Gas Ranee at a ridit-uloubly low figure. It in a Kplondid tango, with an ex ti a larce oven, and all wo aro ask ing for it ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE WASHTTGTO TIMES. SUNDAY, JULY 21, K SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES lAfr'nir AT Till 1 i flT R IT All I SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES L EH J - . , , H r5 With one masterly effort Jv-i mj' we're going to clear it land- ,ir.tfeu iT'imjMMU With one masterly effort we're going to clear it land ing on the safe side of pres ent conditions. There's just this one week remains be tween us and inventory time and wherever the stock is still too large whether it be complete lots or broken lots shan't matter. It must go I ii '.j' iikdil - &. a jt .. i . . ji" jvi - - --- ' -j- m ,mm ,m. .r- -- -. -- - , jk w -j j vv"o-" -e.v-- i " & Z3. i r 'S PANTS. Yon'll find between two and three thousand pairs of our perfect-fitting Pants oa separate tables marked at the regular prices but subject to your choics at the sever est reducuona we've made in many a long day. There may be lower prices quoted bnt we could go into the market and pick up that sort of refine anl c-ffir it but theso are not o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1895. - : 1 i ' ' i 1 i - Why should we not be happy so long" as trade con tinues to run ahead of the corresponding-! time a rear ago. We at tribute last week's spurt to that offer ing of "odd" Pants at $1.65 and the "odd" Coats and Vests at $5. Good picking yet! Parker, Bridget & Go., 315 7th St. N. W. Bathing Trunks and Suits Greatly Reduced. You Avho are going away o the seashore or other watering place appreciate the advantage of having vour own BATHING SUITS. Prices are down now 'way down in fact, because of our SUMMER CLEARING SALE and here are some of the values: 25-cemi Solid Mite or Striped Truuie, for Lwr, Hir.es for men, reduced from Uents to $t,S ent-pfese irtripefl Sails, marked k n le .... AM-wool Jlauiiel Suite, white trttmned, value SI 66, for Jilt-wool oua-iiiece i-uite. dark oolorc, raie 52, for 2-dftoe CoUon Colored Ftnpo Miite. taiue 51.S5, for- 2-jMOce Ail-wool -uit that 'wore j2 511, for . . . 2-le All-wool Jersey 's- ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1895. s c "V JH "E For Three Days, " ill H Suits $5.00. We liave tlie following sizes left in those $10, $12 and $15 Suits and Coats and Vests from $15, $iS, $20 and $25 Suits we have been sell ing at 5.75. 3 1 2 11 14 7 13 19 14 j. 333436373839404244 46 Suits! oat and Vestal 9 17 13 3 1 39 40 42 44 46 50 Take them at $5 EITHER SUITS OR COATS AND VESTS, FOR 3 DAYS. Still good picking- in these odd suit pants, and the $4, 55 and S6 ones from regular stocl:, we are selling at 5?2.25 per pair. All sizes and all colors. Robinson, Ghery & Co I2TH AND F STS. Clothes, Hats. Shoes, Furnishings. loyVVVlrl Craig & Harding, Cor. 13th and F Sts. Lively Selling Both members of the firm have just re turned from the great Furniture Exposition in New York. We bought heavily very heav ily. The largest manufacturers of America were represented. Much of this new stock will arrive August I to 15. We now propose to put the store in shape to receive it by ...

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