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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

; lfrT:'i'--Z.T i. -- -"! JrT,i'"'''-,""V "---S4 r .-v"?tKrrtE'E(ixj -gWft-r-W ?-?t::' f- z-J g"-Jfv-T'r l THE 310RNI2TG TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1895. t-U -:t-$X" & &&'&,QA&'Q&f9 King's Sensational -a Sale Cloak of the entire stock of Herman Levy Co. , the famous cloak manufacturers of 123 Greene street, New York. These garments are being sold at an average of one-third their real value. An event such as this should be taken advantage of by ever' lady in Washington. Just study these prices: $7, $6 ami $5 Jackets and Capes at $3.93. This lot comprises Beaver, Kersey anil Chevron Jackets, made tn latef t Rtyle: ripple, lilaclcs. 4-button lox ctfitN, lull Rleeies Beaver. Kcrsov and Chevron Capes, plain anil trimmed, with braid, jet anil fur $3.98. $9, $S and $7 Coats and Capes at S5.9S PIuili nmt Cloth Capes, plain nnil fur trimmed Astrakhan. Bouele. lleaer anil Kersey Jackets, plain and rough effects, made up in latest (style, with Levy's Inimitable stamp: b...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

pSSPf . THE MOE-STEBTG TIMES, SW DAY, "DECEMBER 1, 1895. 6 wii EV&VVfcV$& e Wash. B. Williams A IMNIFIOENT DINING-ROOM SUITE ! IN .SOLID, ANTIQUE OAK. 1 Epffr-'SS-- & 7 $t? J I . . T T A. Full Lin WASH. B. S'as'S& BR, SHADE'S Chloridum Discovery for Consumption. INDORS32D BY PHYSICIANS Of the Regular Profession in the District of Columbia. T)r McKim, 2i Kiflh Mrcet soullieast, ays tliat i)r. Shade's iriatiumt lias cured Ms daiiKhier or tubercular consuniimon. Call anil tee for yourself wh:t lie has to lay, as he reinl lr. Miade'H artu ies on tubereuloMS la tho lueiltial Journals a number of jiars aso, bifore nr. fclasde 1- ... i ... it ... It. f..Iti lu n.i locaieo in jiMiiuni. j'. -' - unblated iiki1Ic.iI ceMlumin and Is not prejudiced like oilier physicians who flunk the specialist is a qujiK and a Iiimi bUR. Biicli old focjimils, howeicr. dylnir out, and the regular phxsician ami specialist are becomine, prop-rly classified in scita UflO nicdtPiae. Jjr. raltiTMin,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

JS - --- i -, -.--? -" --,--5- -3J"v--j?5- THE MOBNINO TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1393. mwmvmmi The capacity of a CO LUMBIA is immeasurable. It bears up when others breakdown Carter Landed Him a at2fttoJ. , it is still new & WI1A11 fllrt-.. old. A Columbia never fails to meet every re quirement. '96 model now here. lc.tlon-il facllitifs foraeiinlrlns jiro Bclrncr itLfire.Iug u Cottimbii Hold. 17th ml Cats. Eislrict Gycla Co., -SirVSM. FAGIN EEDEEMED HIMSELF Unit Tribute mid Drool.lyn Under a loiiljli. INilI The ilookinakerK lhiri ti Gala Day ItVmorxu at n Ful l'rlco In tliu Fonrtli Ksent Jll Ellsjihctli Won From IlHrryWurrcii. "" JT - - ' Jk f.l'Vv I'm-! i Wfe - 'ay-i-MH -hj. u m&m wmwsm , m.sssaat.. m December Reduction -Sale M OF ens Suits a nd Overcoats. Briefly, this is what it means; Youth's and small men's $3,$io and $12 suits reduced to $5. Men's Sio, $12, $13.50 and $r5 suits reduced to $6.75. Men's $S, $10, $12 and S15 Overcoats reduced to $8.50. -Men's $25 and S30 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

-S&- ' f ,','T'SSi'!lis' S-I3!WS"'-- S? VBTs-T-'sl?ss.-Si:'-3.i-r "-T5Ts2t . -i THJ1T3IOIINING TIMES,. SUN DA Y DECEMBER 1,1895. 8 ; question of correct dressis-oasily answered here, for ours is a complete" line of correct garments, correct fabrics, correct fashions, cor rect fit, and correct (low) prices. Suits and that equaltlfe best-tailors' best products, and cost only about one-half fTHh j as much $10, $12, $15, M W $18, $20, $25, S30, $35, T o sTf r $40, S45 any I $., please, and y every grade to stock a half dozen tailor shops, and more value for your money than any one else can give jtou. There's already a holiday look about the Furnishings Dept., the Holiday House Jackets and Morning Gowns are all in. ' The Neckwear, Silk Suspenders, Umbrellas, and dtlier articles suitable for holiday gifts, are also readj-. Make your se lections now. We'll care for yoiif purchases and deliver them at any time you say. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., 12tli and F Nearing the end! The Great Sh...

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

, v, 1 " r- JSr- --MJs T 3"' Part 2 THE' WASHINGTON TIMESFMIM f WASITLNGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOBNSENGr, DECEMBER 1,' 1805. -"rfv w'.3B$c.uV--v jf"- -ttrs aft -"v sS--o-," m r mm !2VtVg Rounding Ufi the S ock! As the "cattle rancher" on th plains rounds up his stock of cattle so do we, each December, overhaul ourentire stock of shoes and convert into cash such lines as need reducing. All our three stores contribute to this clearing sale and it be gins tomorrow morning. Watch ouradvs. Here are the money-savers for Monday. A One Day Round-up: IN OUR LADIES' DEPARTMENT. At 10c . . Ladles' nnd cullJren's lamb's wool slipper soles for crocaet slippers. At 39c Ladles extraquality genuine storm rubber ovOrshoes. At 69c Ladies 10-button, Ml wool bUck doth orercaltert. At $1.15 Ladles' H.SO arm lined hljU-cut legciugs. At $1.40 Ladles handsiiuely beaded even ing sandals with DOS At $1.85 Ladle SW quality vici kid boots 10 different styles. At $2.85 Ladies? line Mack, and tan boots, tbac sell eve...

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

..siSSf)'9!iir-'''S''--- - vjc-f,--!:, THE MORNING TIMESsOnDAY. DECEMBER I, 1895. 10 WHEHTOM REEDWAS CI6R Exciting Days Recalled by His Re Eiection to Speakership. EIOTOUS SGEMES IN HOUSE Hl-tor.v In nrli-f of One of Hie Most Important nnd Kxcltlng I'lisKajri-M Jn tin? Experience of l'arlliimeiitury llixllc.-., When .Members Shrieked In Aiij;i-r Bud Almost Voujjlit. Tin? whirligig of time brlrgs about stra use Teicngi-.. and probably nouein parliament ary niiuol Is stranger than that ot the rev olution in the rules goieriilng the House of Representatives accumpllilird by Thomas B- need arter be wat elected breaker lr. 18bi). wl.eii he counted mcmlicrs proem, but refusing lo vote, to make n quorum. ' More rrmnricable loan Reed' action was the prn'-tiral adoption by the last liemo i rails rongress or the ery rules whose en rorwment by-Reed caused riotous proceed Iocs, in welch ex-Speaker Crlp himself wa oik- of the most conspicuous leader. No luoic Important passage has ever oc-curn-d...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

" 5SS?-3!rTgjjggs5gRK3s ;?- " BViSBrvar, '-XP- SOswpr-s-fNflM THE EJORJSTNGr, qAEEj3,r.Uy g AYy- DECEMBER 3, 1895. 11 iflM U DISTRICT SUFFRAG GH ,T r mT ATiipn jj N 111L, il TW" 1 1 JJiu Citizens Will Have a Chance to Express Their Opinion of the Bond Bill by "Times" Bond Bill Ballots. J -?-r-c- -"m- -- s-s.. RO List of Vote at tlic polling place nearest your res ilience. The iiolliiit: nlaces will be as follows WALTER J. JJOYCj:. First street anil New York avenue northwest. VI. P. KASTI.KD.AY. cornir Urcet ami New Jersey avenue northwest. FRANK SMITH. I'ourlli auil G streets northwest. A. B. McCLOFKEY. 1312 SeVcntb street northwest. A. "V. DPFFY, Ninth and X htrects north west. f r. M. CRISWELL, seventh anil T streets nurtlixvvt. EDMONDS A WILLIAMS, Third street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest. W G. HOT, Seventh and L tint t northwest-MOUNT VERNON FIIAllUACY, Ninth street anil Ken- Yorkaveiiuenorthwcst G. A. BENTLEY. Fourteenth and Corcoran streets northwest. OFF11TT A DLUMER, Fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

:&$ ss -?-. 5 s "SCrir-r ' ' .-V V-. J4S C -l r ? - tfWJW-Vl-yTlt.'.-; 12 TH& MOBiTOQ TIMES, SUyDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1895. - VTIJ-W-jrTj?.; Costumes fur Farvcy CcQBfttf for Drew Ball COSTU.MES SUGGESTED BY IR VING'S PRODUCTIONS. Ideas For Twelfth Night and Christmas Party Toilettes, Taken from the Statre. In the magnificent production or "King Arthur" In New Yort. Sir Edward Burne Jones nnd Henry Irviug (as lie modestly colls himself), have given tu tlic fcmlniue World some wonderful ideas for costuming. Never since the beginning or Mage real Ism nud splendor, have mere chothes been brought to such.pcrcctlon as that reached by the gowns worn by AIlss Terry in this play? and the season ror fancy dress np proaclung, they give, with their poetry, fcxquislte tuggestlons for "Twelfth Night" and other costume festivals. A BEWITCHING ANTIQUE. In the first act or "King Arthur" is shown the great hall of Cameiot, in which the"queen makes known her lose to Lancel ot. Here Mi-.s Terry wear...

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

ri- 1 (".?" 35SST , &P T V-vfZ--s&'"?!'' 1" v ' i""US JfT-mA'p- THE MOliNINGr TOliES, .SUDAXJOJECJJMLDJSR 1, JSOS. 13 && I .!!. I'WVf YOU KNOW You can buy YOU Why? mz ililililiiiiS A ioo CAN DO?! 1Mb ' SB WHAT , inn (1 Mi . ' Js (f H I n si a w$ Every bit of Bric-a-brac, , ' Every sort of Office Furniture that's in our five stores at prices that have the "very life cut out of 'em. HOUSE & HERRMANN, 917-919-921-923 7th St. Home Furnishers. 636 Mass! Ave. iiTr"i wtr rYfv-igf,T-''"-:f?9MM Mffi i CUBlQUSPtNSlQKCL&IMS Department Files Are Full of Unique Bits of War History. GUAUMNG AGAINST FRAUD lllt-H-Mlll AlHIllnUf .l-KIH.-ll KKIIll tlif .V.-H-txMik t itu Kuuiilner Till' KiiiiiilitCrt-?tiilII'Kl"Ti,"e An Kjf l.t In'IlirM" niffeTi-iit Vii.ti. i:ci.fiitriritif "f ruiiiiiiiiif Tin- fiitkor Hi. I'm-ion orrut Unii ri-'" puhlic ifn a great nans nnrrutlies iiluch, if bereft of the jicrwnal Jatnri", tvould lie ofinlrcnoilii,.eras-'f'vsi)iiierrfaili-r. Into tlierisinal l...

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

rflr SS-&fQ&5glf?t&-?'i st&u?ri&49 - 14 THE MOBNOGTBIES, SUNDAY, DECE31BEK 1, tvZ?triP a".'!''as-aM'S?STg03B A Woman BY ROBERT BARR, .Author or "The l'ace and tlic Mask.' the Midst of Alarms," clc. "In (Copyright, 1805, by Robert Barr.) CHAPTER XVII. When Julin Ken on entereil his office It seemed to timi that his clerk looked at liim asknucc. lleimagincd that Innocent gcutlc nian had been reading the article in the Financial Field, hut the truth is John was hardly in a frame of mind to form a correct opinion on vihal other people had heen doing. Evcrjhodj- lie nut In the street, it seemed tohini, wasdlscuslng the article in the Finnnciul Field. . He asked if tin body had been m that morning, and was, told that therehad Is'cn no callers. Then lie passed into the direc tors room, closed the door behind him, sat down on a chair, and leaned his head on his hands with his clhows on the table. In this position Wentworth found him some time later, and when John looked ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

ftl --.-- J -Wr-SSt- .- ,j?wH!-Me5sKt"-K;iVi!a'"i-: I - --, -Ai-a- l?fi , THJB MORNXNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1895. 15 HIS FIRST SPOTTED LEOPARD. AN INSINUATION. Hesuli, lllddy, wo th'-llmi wld til' r.chmallpox. A CO.VU.NDHCM. tfi-lj "l-LMMM I'll i 'TFFH 1 A- 65? f I Hi . ) Hi .i. ' i 4- IS'- ifl-W APROPOS OF A LIVING PICTURE. WMiW' -"" - T HI - it . ft T ' I lie Do j-ou Xot Tina Vour Towltlpiia liard onn Aftrn,K-es I'urtleiilnrly In the whiter It 1m ImrtI c Jilt siis ..lie likes to baw me mil tin her. What's tin tutniu tif tlie fellow she's trj Inn to hurry up? mi: miu'wheciced .naii.oh A.VD Tin: haiii toxic. M'wns m ii l'il nit-Inn Iwln Hen Hrlj-us was fun iil in stu aw lilli, llifaii.!- I lie Ch'ef IiiiiI unililiiMl In sport 'I hi kuI lor where ilie lmlr imin shot t. r "- - - I I t-: - IlElt .MEMOItY WAS GOOD. Hut when Hon Hrluiis nns washed ashore, Hi sawd iitnouu IiIh little stor A doen bottles of most run Knn-kii "lonle for tn lmlr. - -oo f Sir. TJKly Miijbj Which Iiat 1 ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

'V- ifSSS'JrrJ5EgS?! Mpj?ij&ftsSse--- -i5!3fr-jfij5 gS.T-jorgRsat-n.s-:- - THE MORNING TIMES,'1 ;SUNDAY, DECEMBER I, 1895. 1H X -Sr3i;sy lV- . Air.si:.Mi5NTS. I AFAYETTE SQUARE g OPERA OUSE FIRE PROOF JOHN V ALIurGII, Manager. OINE WEEK -BEGINNING- t& MONDAY, DeC. Z -MATINEES- Wednesday & Saturday. 414th to 421st Performances. Magnificent Xew Production of. AVillanl Spencer's L'liariiiiiiy Opera. THE pHlMESs "Dainty as a tuvruiup Ir-H:n X 1 Hcraht. BOMMlE 'Nt, elan aud breezy." -V. 1". .Sua. BOMlE pRlHCESs Dainty bright nt.d rt fiut'L -V, 1' Mai aud BOfflllE W ITH l Jin I i rely A'eiu Scenery Brilliant Costuming, Chorus of 50 Voices, Augmented Orchestra. The Entire Kew York Cast: Miss Hilda Clark, Miss Jennie Goldthwaite, Miss Bessie Fairbairn, Fred Lennox. George O'Donnell, Will M. Armstrong, Robert Broderick, Jos. S. Greensfolder, Richard Quilter, and others. Under Uie dlrftionof D W. TRUSS A-CO. $glE. M. and Jos. Holland. jjl- -NE W "nATIONAlT" Monday, Dec. 9. Francis...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

' "& &?- &&, ""-" -4&--2 f--xkt y5Sf5Svi3iw. -- -wXS? Jwt-vjKBfl fc -s t THT5 MORNTtfGr TIMfjS. HUN" OAT. OECEMBEIt 1, 1895. -- 5' K'vSf?v-"w v1 WHICH ONE WILL SIGN IT Autographs That May End the Next Inaugural. SIGKATUKES OP CANDIDATES Peculiarities Betrayed in the Way They Handle the Pen. When President Cleveland escort" the Incoming President from tin- liottl where the new vomer may tie stopping, and takes lilm in Uio White IIoum; carriage to the Capitol for the reading of the in migural aildreHH. the incoming Pres'dent -will hold In his right hand a bulky vol'iiiip of manuscript rrom which lie will read. President Cleveland ivlll fctaiid or sit beside tht new conur uikjii the eje-t por tico of the Capitol, nmt the flutter of the liases of the new inaugural will stir the gray hair of the outgoing man. With lies'.; tint lonVs oat over a beautiful lilt (if Indianapolis scenery ID." had large heavy pieces, upon his dek, and In 'writing; wields his pen facilily :i...

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

SSSi-Si&WS TW-ggg THE MOKyTy,G,TniE5vI7ND AX DECEMBER 1, 1895. 18 - 'awvssKgifgpvsqf IffEEEHUP CHICLES Hatlors of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the Dis.rict. JIKETINGS VOn THE WEEK. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1. X ., 4308, K. of L-, Ilusiclans-Elks Hall. Ninth and Pennsylvania avenue. Nat lonal Alliance iif Theatrical B tagc Em-yuuycs-IIali 1316 E street. D. A., CG, K. of L-, Executive Committee Times Biilldlns, 11 o'clock. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. I. U, No. 180 Brotherhood of Carpen ters Hall G27 Massachusetts avenue. L. A., 1044, K. ol L.. Journeymen Plasterers-Plasterers' Hull Four-anda-balf street nndPcnnsylvanlnnvenue. L. A.. 174b, K. ot L-, Carpenters and Jolners-Boclety Temple-r-irtlianuustreei. L. A.. 1 22 8, K. ot L., Lathers Hall 1 310 E street northwest. L. A., 104G, K. of E., Bakers' Drivers Bunch's Hall, 31-1 Eighth street. L. A.. SliHl, K. oi L.. Ladies' Progressive Assembly Times Bulldlue. Amalgamated Society t Carpenters and Joiners Cottellos Hull, SIM It nmlG streets. Co...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 December 1895

-jJv-S!j5?'SSf-j THE MORN TOG TIMES. STTifD.VY, DECEMBER 1, 1895 19 J!"I!J5I5SS- t$tii&5iZ4S&sr3r'gte&!-m HELP WAXTKP M A L. WAKTED-A jouns man with three Wu- rMitrkw lo lrus '"J"'"!!. Anpiv to 237 0 nt. livv. llel--r , W m theatrical enterprise;: experience unueccssnr. ltn513.Cllv pe.st-nlfici'- WA NTBD-FlrM--lass .Job 'rtu.-r: brtug samples. HAY w OKI ll ii LISHING HPUfrE.Gir. Flit. U w a isttt'II- Hoy with sonic knowledge Wt?TSTimt InVcall at 01!. E ft. my.; lso a good i-.mrawer. J1"1"'- WAN-IKD-Sevcral P-xl insuraruv Imontl good ! I" reliable-men. NA TIONAL ilLTl-.iL. AIU eOCIET Y. of lr- -lrn i HIT h hi IJW. "" "' WANTED Honest Uiy. FRIDHAM. . iMiao-21 rn.. i. i-"""' ' w XTED-1'' the marine corps, boys, aS5iTriiiw lolearn field ruuslclelrum and trui.'pli.ii: must be between fourteen ami sixlcvu ears or tige. or good mora. cJiaraeler nnd Bound health, anil nh'.c to read and write, consent of Itlrtlits or Csrd.s?S??.M-?,-Apply I" l!i COSIMANDING OFFICER. Man ne Hnirnc...

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

'ttv'a&1VVgS&FqGi iwawjjBfejyfjy iFW SSftfJ?.iJ?JPS 'U? ""& fHE MORNING TIMES, ,SUNDAY, "DECEMBER I, 1895. 20 READ AND REMEMBER 5 GARNER &CO. We have a lot of broken sizes in CHILDREN S SUITS, which we have bunched together and will make a special sale of on Monda Some of them arf jjular S3.00 Suits, some worth $2.50, some $2.( 0 On Monday every one goes at $1.00 . CHILD'S REEFERS handsoma goods, well made, worth regularly $4.00, on Monday $2.75 With every Child's Suit or Overcoat we give away a splendid Sleigh or Buckboard. Our special line, of Men's Suits in all-wool Cheviots is attracting more attention every day. They are so well made and stylish, have such a well-bred look about them you would never dream the- could be bought for $6.50 GARNER & CO., Outfitters, j N. E. Corner Seventh and H Sts.' N. W. 4 ; -At A. Goodman. : We Beat Seventh Street in prices on Men's Furnishings. 09c Xeciuwear the uewes. OT styi-a ....: Z3G 13,-. JliR Hose, real tiouest I O r v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 December 1895

-gpav. jpcPT'As5!ssRv5Srf' -.-. -v 'N i L.rJW THE YEVTHER TO-DAY. mt ME 0fl was the TIMES' circu iMilM lasioii'for last wask. The STAR'S circulation jno nn for last week was . . . IOl, 1u &imes Threatening nnd Italn. Much Colder Tonight. Winds, Shifting 1o Xorthwehterly. VOL. 2. IHO. 625. WASHDIGTOy, D. C, 31OJDAY 2LOTXJBHS&, DECEMBER 2, 1895 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. IXTEEW PA OF NEW HU NTH W3Sft77r-gk5S. ' RSoOCTSBAM i Vote Today on the Bond Bill. The Times has afforded the people of the District their first opportunity, ginc ethey became the wards of the National Government, to exercise the right of suffrage. The question at issue is one of vital importance to citizens, and the result will do much to influence Congress for or against the proposition to increase the value of private landholdlngs at public expense. The Bond Bill has been explained at length in these columns and today the voting begins, polls to close at 6 o'clock Saturday, December 7. Vote either for or agains...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 December 1895

T-f;a''X'l'Kf,'-gitfSF:Mgi'aad,""ig w- yi3gsges?sTijtr-'E.s",--v - - : 'sw v- s-sfrtfyg1; a-if-S wV"vws!PsV-s: P''rVa1?-8- ?"-! THE MOBNINXa TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1895. MMI ON& F Stress Corner Eleventh. ttorairr Warehouse, isMnearfiL Tuesday, December 3, from B to 10 p. m,, oar establishment will be o n for the display of Christinas goods and art furniture. You are inTltdd to call and dbb jour Judg ment on the Immense stocks we're showing at this season, ilarlne Hand Uaslc. Our present stock of Din ing Chairs is full of big values. Luck has been right our way in chair buying. The oak Dining Chair with box frame, and new style cane seat we offer at $2.20 is a $3.25 value all through. A similar chair at $1.90 that is worth all of 2.75. WSSXzez ami " I WANT TO BE TIIK JEWELER WHO COMES INTO TOl'B MINK FIRST.'1 Silver ioiid At Ridiculous Prices. I am selling- solid Silver ware suitable for Xruas presents at the lowest prices ever heard of In Washington. Prices for the prettiest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 December 1895

Ss?r'ti5JS'!WS5WM5SfS? Tif. j -- f?P sso3Sr38fSjJggJ-gS THE MOANING- TIMES, MtfNtf AY', 'DECEMBER 2, 1895. . Won't have to wait until Jan uary for "legiti mate" reduc tions in Cloth ing-. It you arc asniallniauyou can now get fit ted in the Boys' " Long l'ants Suits we are selling at $5. If you arc an aver age man or big ret fitted in $10, man vou can S12, $13.50, and .il5 Suits for $6.75. You can take your pick of a lot of $10, $12, $13.50, and $15 Overcoats for $8.50. You can take your pick of fine $25 and $30 Overcoats for SIS. 75. A Pony and Cart Free. The hird and last Pony and Cart cotitest begins this morning. Come, boys! and get a grand Christmas gift Particulars at the store. rkor,Bridget&Go Clothiers, 315 7th St. -The "COLUMBIA'S" reputation is the best. A Columbia has no superior. ?There are no oth ers just as good. It is the acme of bicycle per fection. Hajdnners net on rapidly oa Columbia Field. Seventeenth find C btrel&. t,uar anlea tickets 1. District Cycle Co...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 December 1895

'ir-?S-T-Sti-V- 'vyi3sg&'tnx -"ifrW-g" S'S-f jwi-r-" THE MORNING TIMES, MONPAT, DECEMBER 2, 1895. TheWastiingtonTimes (M0UX1K0, Etexiko, an StTXDiX) 0WN8D AND ISSUED BY Tbc Washington Times Company. TIMES BUILDER), f ClITinrXST COEhEK PKNXBTtTASU. Avxktjs act TENTH 8TKirE Telephone Editorial Roomf, TO. Business Office' J37. Trice Morning or Erentns Edition-One Cent Sunday Edition. Three Cents. Jlccthlj by Carrier JI oruinc end Sunday. Thirty-fire Cents. Evening Thirty CenU. Horning, 1 Evening and- FlFTT CrSTs, fcunday, J The Times' BranciVOffices. TlnTlmei',LlttleN'oivKMerclinnts" riiiiiectirotliolrHuipyofMoriiliiKnnil EvonliiKTlniCM ut ho follow ltisbrancli office: Frimk Smltli. ! nnd G sts. nw. M. MeNnlty-. 133U 14th ht. nw. A. 1'. McClo-.l,ey, 1312 Tth t. n w. IJ. Unite-, SlSfl Fa. mo. nw. Joru-pli I.tudcn, 40(1 sUb st.no. J. W. Jnliiiron. 40 II Ht. nt". W.F.M!iclciiy,B2l IIxt.ru. Joxeiili Putlinuit, 1500 Ttli nt. SB. AdscrtlF.eiuem loft nt any of the Abuse lirnncliCK will ro...

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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