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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 March 1896

IjiSWA s".'v5.3ja353! w&y&g V&a-4 -" 'wT!a!w-gJJ5 S3Wwf?-5F 'V THE EVENING -TIMES; THUBSDAT, MAHCH 5, 189B. .. ThBWashing1iQnTimB8 CaToKXIXO, ETEXntO, AOT UtnCDAX.) OWNED AND ISSUED BI The Washington Times CompaiT. TIMES BUILDING. ' 0TITinrE8t CoiOEU PESStaTXTaJTU AiutB ASH Texts Stbext. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 438, Business Office, 337. PHee-y online or Evening Edition- One CeaV feunday Edition .... Three Cents. Konthl? ly Carrier Horning and snndsy. Thlrty-flTO Cent. Ztnims Thirty Cent Vormnr. ) Ironing and- . Furr ccm, ku&dar, I j WASHISGTON, D. C 1IA11CH 5, 189& CjTHirOFbtaCOUNCIL Fifty Cents a Monti) For the People's Popular Pa per Sixteen Pages on Week days and Twenty-four Pages on Sundays Something New in Journalism. Brill-en luges of live news every week day nnit tw nty-four pages of entertaining reading on Sunday for re cents a month, ii what The Times is giving the Washington public. II not only furnishes readers a .txtceii-page newspaper oicry week ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 March 1896

5P TWf??j -3B4 ' "r '? ..71. i""n-T ipw ar - ! THE EYENIgrftTIMESrTHTyiLSDAir.MARCg 5, 1896. DS PLAINS ED TO T TH -aiMTER u.r ; s t Black Saline Skirts. t t t f t t t t t t t t ; t t t t t t t t i i t i 9 t t f t t t 9 t t t t f 9 f t J ; f t j i 9 9 9 9 9 9 In buying these Skir-ts wo want you to notice particularly tha quality of satine we use. We pay a little more for our skirts, but we don't charge you any more. THIS SKIRT. 98o. Black Satine Under skirt, made in the latest fashion, full umbrella style, excellent width and finish, deep flounce finished with five rows of cording made on French yoke, with draw string. Length, 38 to 42. Special price, 98c. THIS SKIRT, $1.48. This Skirt is made of fine French Black Sat ine, umbrella style, ex tra width, excellent fit and finish, wide double flounce finished with seven rows of cording, made on French yoke. All lengtiis. Special price, $1.48. if you Hvj cut ol the city order by mail. .- J 9 9 lovK' ft ft 420, 422, 424, 420 7th St. S.Kan...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 March 1896

mmmmmmfmmmmwmmsmm- oSffvgfWt! WTvipS! TOE EVENING TIMES, T-HPjRSDAY, MAKCH 5, 389G. i-- s Wash. B.VVilliams Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, &c, &c. 7th and D Sts. N. W. t Aching Feet, t T t t f t CAUSE Imperfectly titled shoes. REM EDY Bar your shoos at STOLL's' where you get a perfect fit Dr exoriencea salesmen, at moderate prices. Ladies' cloth top and pat ent leather button and lace i some few are suitable for heaT3' winter wear; worth up to So. 00, now - i $1.98 Bo3's' splendid school shoes at 98c, $1 .25, $1 .48 t f I f f t f t Children's shoes great est values ever offered at 75c, 98c, S1 .25. These school shoes give g-ood wear and look well. Ladies' spring heel lace or button nobby toes makes good school shoe also regular value $3.00, for $1.48 f t t Men's satin calf, all styles and toes; splendid value. $1.95 I t f t f t Just arrived men's calf hand-sewed bals. and con' grcss; worth S3. 50, at $2.48 STOLL'S "8 IO" 7th St. N.W. BLOWN OFF A TRAIN. Mull and u Woman Seriou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 March 1896

J-- "V-S?jf- slili br-s- l el THE EV-EyLNG. . T13TE3. , TgjgBSDAY, MABCH 5. 1896. ItAH.HOADH. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER- OF SIXTH AND B ETIfEETB. In Elfcct Jaunnry U. 1800 3LQ.30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA L1.U XTEW. fTnlii.an Bleeping. Ulnlng. Smok ing and Observation Cars, HarrlsDurK to Chlcnko. Cincn-nail, Indianapolis. St. Louis, Cleveland, and Tolcuo. Buffet Parlor Car to Uarristiurg. 10.30.A. JMl. FAbT USE-Pnllnian jSuffet Pnror itr 10 Bnrrisburir. Parlor and UlnliiK tars, liurrisuurg to Piltslmrg. 8.40 I. SI. CHICAUO ANDST.LOUia KXPltKa.-I'u'ln'Jn Buffet Parlor Car to Hnrrisliurg. Weeping and Dlnlnc Car llarrisijurgitiSt Luut.Cluc.iuuail,j.uuis. Title and CI Icaco. T.XO P. SI. WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullmjn bleeping Car to Chicago nnd Harrisburg lu C'lse viand. inning car to Chicago. 7.1Q I. SI. SOUTHWESTERN EX PRESS Pnilnu.li Bleeping and Dining Cars t 81. Louis, and Slec-plug Cur. Ilarrisburg toClncluiiail. 1Q.40 1. M.. 1 AOiFIC EXPRESS Pullnian Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7.S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 5 March 1896

"T.-?SJP CSS-O -SfPR.ft -a,T-woeJj;-r f:sTK'';5fVn'5'5SfijW - ,wr7v.s - THE', SEK,I2ftGfe3QUifSt UIlRSDAiYi MA11CEL 5, 1896. t i l THERE is no longer any -question about not being able to get fitted and properly fitted tfith ready-to-wear garments. We make a specialty of stouts, slims and extra large sizes, and can give the best custom folks points about fitting most any size or shape man. Give 3"ou as good garments, too, as they can and at con siderable less cost Try us, when next you wantclothes, and judge for yourself. Our garments arc the strongest arguments we can make in their favor. Spring Top Coats are now ready. A choice line of newest stales and fabrics. Light, Medium and Dark Shades all prices S10 to $35 and worth every cent of their cost, too. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO. ..... ..,.. iCIolhia. l2th&FSts.teuce 'MXXfl TODAY. The Last Day I Come today or you Miss It! Our half-price sale of Su'ts and Over coats will end nt 7 o'clock, tonlcht. Tliis 1 our last sale of tho se...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

, a. 5i. - 'f si?' -v"?' 55!-P5sS&Fsp:PQg3W5gpl 07J EC was the TIMES' circu- XCltlSIVE aIMa7 terries of th TTaltai Preu, ths Ksv Enfrlind-Anaitstsd Pros, tna Soulhsra Aii93Uti?Jl ths How York Bute Asjjcla'.ii ttm, ap- LI I5OUT lation for last week. 4 The STAR'S circulation JOQ flJC for last week was. . . 100,11 IU - plerasntedbY ths ezstnirs rJ,at-to pnbHJlr- ia Washington tna Haw Yor UariU co)j xigat Cabla Berries. WASHES GTON, D. C, FBIDAlri EVENING, MATtCfT 6, 181)6. VOL. 1. JSO. 1S5. ONE CENT. fluimes PERGHEDOHTOPTHEPOLE President Thomas' Linemen Were Safe From Arrest. POLICEMEN WAITED BELOW Two Eleetrlo "WlroStrlnirers Grinned ut tliu Command of the Officer to Coino Down iirnl (Jet in tlio l'utrol "Wilson TIio Officials Taken Into Custody for Erecting tlio Polo. Two grinning I'lcctricliKhtllDemen perch ed upon a telegraph pele, three policemen underneath vainly ouUrlng llicin to come down, a patrol wagon jvarning for pris oners, and an umiisril crowd of laughing and Jeering...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

s J r -!-- HU .BV-ENTNG- TIMES, FBTDA-Tt MAECH'6, 1896. a y Th Most lot estlnz Tlmo fOjrSale is here tor. It has beoa prosrrf s!nj loic omLCtt or rverrou lo knnw or It nnd tee crowds wan a-iprrv'ais floe (tonus at cost an J leva are lmmonse. W. B. MaSEb &. bONs, F and E!f.cnth Stroots. "J want lo be the Jacelcr trio coiites into your mind first." Should your Watch "Balk," become restive, o" un manageable, take it to some cheap watch re pairer, and if he sp i s it bring-it to mc and I'll pu it into g-ood work injf order. This m y cost you a little more money but then the experience you g-ct is well worth the ouila-. MORAL: Conic to an expert in -watch repair ing FIRST. I bare opened an extenslrs wort a top for rrpalrius all kinds oj jewelry. I"uil rnlua n Mown J lor old gold. Itrii-glu your ring and liavo It Lris&t enodap FitEE of cnarce. C. H. DAVISON, 1105 F St SATOLLI IN DE.VVKB. Complaint Miido to I II in About Local Cliureli Trouble. Denver. Harch 6 Cnrdln.ll Satolti -vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

V.' r.s?-Si73RSwg! 55B5WB?rasOT?ssspas3S5 TIOS EVENING TIMES,--;FJiIDIA.T, 3IABGH '6, 1896. ARTICLI Spring is close at hand Lay aside that heavy Overcoat! 'm J ft JtWW New line of ,Spring,,Top Coats" just arrived. Nob: bier in style, better in quality, and lower in price than ever be fore. Browns. Tans, and Grays, $10, $12, $15 and $20. Take a look at them. Parker Bridget & Co Clothiers, 315 7th St. Used Wheels Reduce i. We hire m ido a two-weaks' re uus'tlou ou tbe jHrlce of all our ussl ohnela. 1 bey run up to 7U anil as low as you wane to go. haay tertus o $5 down $5 a month. See the new "96 "hpal In bi cycle pertectlcm in wheel making M- A. Tappan, 1013 l'a. Ave CYCLERS fiOXE TO.EUllOVE. Want Some of the Rich rri-. Offered to Fa.t Hldern. New York, March C Another small de tachment of cjclo racing men hav,c. Killed for Europe to lay siege to tome or the rich prizes to be offered to fast riders. The part) wjs composed of Thomas Eck, the manager; John S. Johnson and his brothe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

?5P??-?5sr'--sv i r?- - y - ?PJ-pp ss the wJsyjynajBhymBSi&gBipAy; mauch o, is9a. j-j j-r" TheWashinglonTimia (UoR-irxu, Evxitrsa, xn Btnrnax.) OWNED AKD ISSUED BX . The Washington Times CompUTi TIMES BUILDIHO, fOSIBTTKlT CoESSB PraXfTUMIU Al ASD TXSTH BTSEST. Telephone Editorial Room, U, BusinMS Office, 331 m fAmiti n Prenlnr Edition... On Sunday Edition ttrwOMi Kontnry IT Carrier U Drains end Sunday, Tnlrtj-BTe Cents. Evening TWrtfCenK llornmc. 1 , . ten!ag ulj- "n ciwmv fcindar, I 1 WASHINGTON. D. C. MAKCU 6. 1SML s:m ATvDFskigo; COUNCIL - - '" ' -ifc'Al Fifty Cents a Month For the People's Popular Pa perSixteen Pages on Week days and Twenty-four Pages onSundays Something New In Journalism. Sixteen pages of live nciws every week nn iiml ivvcuo-four paKes of entertaining re "ding on bunday for Du cents a nioiilll. Is wli.it The Time. Is giving the Washington public. It not onl) furnishes readers a Mxtrcn-nngc rewspajier ever week day, li-n 11 deliver It In two parts eight iiap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

sC9 55s3Sp3se5 Pf -& JTTXS-- , ,?" 1-y- - ". -r ' i- "'t THE EVENES'Q TnUB;E$ip.Xv MHCH' 6, 189b. PLANNED TOtfWTI CIRCLI SIGNS AND OMENS. KXNG'S VALACK I f f ? t f t f t f t I f t t f t f f t f f f t t t f Lansb'urah & Bro. - SATURDAY'S TRADE BRINGERS. , Saturday is a long day. We Itccp op:n from 8 a. m. to 9 p. in. We want to put every moment of that time to good use- Here are iniluccm;ntsforvou: SPECIAL in Men's Hosiery. 200 dozen Men's Cotton Hosiery, heavyweight, absolutely sc-amless. made (strong .-mil durable and quite clifclic. The colors are eray. brown nr tan mixtures. A most excvlient slocking for durability and wear. For 15c pair. $1 .25 Kid Gloves, j 79c. Lnilies" 4-button Glace Gloves In tan, brawn, mode and black. Fine pliable kid, For 79c pair. Four-button Pique Gloves In red and tan. Regular value $1.35, For 98c pair. $1.00 4-Button French Kid Gloves in e hole e shades or tan, brown, mode and blade, ajso canary, vvhita'and Iie.irl. , r For $1 .1 9 pair. -, " ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

S-3. ,t "firs&.P" sn;r. r3rtr-. "3w ? 3 THE EVENING TI3J.ES, JFBIDAX.. jftABCEL 6, 3896. SV--,---) fgUr-ff? Wash. B. Williams Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, &c, &c. 7th and D Sts. N. W. Aching Feet. I Y CAUSE-Iiuperfectlj fitted shoes. 1 REMEDY Bur your hea at STOUTS where you get a perfect fit. by cxperiencel salt-ame.., at moderate prices. " Ladies' cloth top and pat ent leather button and lace some few are suitable for heavy1 winter wears worth f J up 'to $5.00, now $1.98 ; Boys' splendid school shoes f at 98c, $1 .25, $1 .48 f Children's shoes great- I est values ever offered at I 75c, 98c, $1 .25. These school shoes give f lootl wear and look well. t t ; t t t t t j Ladies' spring heel lace or btttton nobby toes makes jjood school shoe also regular value $3.00, for ; $1.48 t t t i t ? i t t t Men's satin calf, all styles and toes; splendid value. $1.95 Just arrived men's hand-sewed bals. and gress; worth $3.50, at calf con- $2.48 j STOLL'S f "810"7tKSt. N.W. I Cere" ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

- "V"1" ,''s'lfv? isprf .-w-"-: ST'TSW- C ' THB.EVErNG- TI3EES;fTDIDA"5F, MABCH ft, 18flC. It iS. IIAILHOAUS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. 6TATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B E1BEE7S. In Effect Jununry U. 1800 xo.30 A..kar.rENxsri-VA.iAiJM- Iuk ond Of-scrratlon Can.. llarrUourK to Cl.utn. Cincinnati, luttinujicii's. St. Louis. Clci claim, ana Toicuo. buffet Parlor Cur" to Ha rrlsnurs. " .. X0.30 A. M. PAi-T HE.-Piillruan Luric-i hrcruno Harrkwirp. Parlor anil Ulnlim m. UarrWmri: tol'lltsliuriL B.40 v. ar. Chicago anubt. louib J5AlMfi-l'uln:an liuNet Purmr Car to HarrWiiirs. fllccpliiK end Dlnlnc Cars Harriso-ism'St Louis. Oincijiniiii.J.t!ul vlllc ami .'l.tcnRo. ix.io p. ai. western express. Pullman h.tvplns Car to Cliicaco .anil llarrisbunc to C'lee Hand. Inning car to Chlcnso. "J.IO r. M. .E0UT1I WES-TEEN EX l'UJia.s Pullman alwiiUic and Diiilnc Cars lu Si. Louis. ;u:d Siccii.tut Car. UarrUburj; to Cincinnati. 10.40 if. M. I'AOil'IC EXPRE83 Pullnum blc-.lutc Car toPlttkburs. T,SO A.- MT. 'r K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 6 March 1896

l --, ' j,-u ;:Vs'5i3g3S SBS??S?Jv;'-J wg THE EVENING TIMES; ERTDAY, MARCH , 189G. ! UT HERE is no longer any question about not being- able to get fitted and properly fitted with ready-to-wear garments. We make a specialty of stouts, slims and extra large sizes, and can give the best custom folks points about fitting most any size or shape man. Give j'ou as good garments, too, as they can and at con siderable less cost. Try us, when next you wantclothes, and judge for yourself. Our garments arc the strongest arguments we can make in their favor. Spring Top Coats are now ready. A choice line of newest styles and fabrics. Light, Medium and Dark Shades all prices $10 to $35 and worth every cent of their cost, too. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO, l2U&FStt.SSBT Our Prices for Such fine Ming have certainly bewildered some of our w uld-bo competitors. We can't help th t we are with the working people all the time and our offer of these handsome, seasonable Suits and Overcoats at $4.95, $6.0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 7 March 1896

Jtsyi , TVS- ""-- J i4i:Hf9Ft J-lSf1 1 && -es.ae'je st1"- 071 EC was tbe TIMES' circu- EXCLUSIVE aH-dinerries of ttuj Unit V Press, the Now England Aujciitsd Press, tie Southern Auo:iitji Prm tie Haw York State Asijeiatsi Frest, sap plementeibr the exolailT right tapnblisa In Wuhington the Hew York Herali cojr right Cable Berries. Ll l,vut laiion for last weak. Tbe STAR'S circulation JM (IJC for last week was. . . 100,1113 VOL. 1. .NO. 180. WASHES GrTON, D. C., SATUBDAX. EVENING-. MARCH 7. 1896. ONE CENT. Sulntes THE Sunday Times. TWENTY-FOUR PAGES! THREE SECTIONS! TOY THEATER SUPPLEMENT! PRICE THREE CENTS. Everjr page of the Sun day Times is of interest, and tomorrow it will be bet ter than ever. Its news service contained in the first eight pages is unequalled in Washington, covering the local field and the world with its exclusive press franchises and the New York Herald special cable service. The third section is de voted to superbly illustrated features on timely subjec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 7 March 1896

W 3 V95?- " J l r Cr3TT3T " " . THE EVENTN'G'-TIMBSrSA-TlJBDATrrMAECH 7, 1896. There's nothing in the city to compare with our $10 Top Coat for less than $12. BELIEVE) IT? You know how to prove it. Just right for this weather heavy enough for warmth light enough to prevent that "bulky" feeling. Other grades $12,$15, $18 all show a saving. Still a third off the whole winter clothing stock. Eise man Bros., Cor. 7t i and E Sts. N. W. Jso Branch More in Washington "I want to be the Jexceter who comes into your mind ft ." Should your Watch "Balk." become restive, or un maiiurcabic, take it to some cheap watch re pairer, and if he sp i s " it bring it to me and I'll put it into good work ing order. This m iy cost you a little more money but then the experience you get is well worth the omlaj-. MORAL: Comc'loan extol in zratch repair ing FIXST. I havi ope no J an extensire worrit Lop for roj.aU iug all LI ads o! jewelry. Full tbIuo allow n J foroldgoltL Hrtiig in your ring ami have It trld...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 7 March 1896

S&v, -J" m$mmm TIIE EVENING TIMES, SATURDAY, 3IAECH 7, 1890. a B M FEATE ARTBCLI a -t FIQiyi ONE EDOnRTCiW U. U U, x-. u w u -- " " . nf .. ,- j J5 I rikor. Brtdcft & to, Clotblors, 313 Tlufrt. Skip the tailors. We have beaten them this sea son on style .and quality as 'well as orice. Your eyesight is probably good, and you no doubt "be lieve" what you sec ! All we ask is that you "see," "feel" and " trv on " one of these jaun ty fashionable "Top Goals" at S10. $12, $15 and $20. XVn crivp vnn the Ton Coat and a Spring Suit at about? what a tailor would cnarge you for the coat or suit alone. Parker,Bridget& Co Clothiers, 315 7th St. MAKING A BIKE FRAME Simple Method in the Construction of Bicycles. Little Labor Connected Wit lit lie Mnu- ufurturi How tlio Eimmi'l Ih Applied Cycling Not eN. A will known local repairer of lili.iiies, Kbo has considerable experience I" HC manufacture of wheel's said. among other thing, lo The Times .ictcnlay cemcerning the construction of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 7 March 1896

immmmmmmmniem- 1 rs- -"SA-J- &$. wr n V" THE EVEKTtfG- -TIMESSATURDA MARCH 7.-1890. i f TheWastiingtonTimBS (Uoirtnro, Etesiso, asi Bmnl.) OWNED AND ISSTJKD BT The Washington Times CorapUYi TIMES BUILDING. B03TBWKST CocxEn Pesxti.taix AHIM AND TeSIII BTBTIT. Te'.cplione Editorial Rooms, 438, Business OQo, 337. I-rles Vorntnr. or Evening Edition... On Crat bnnday Edition TkreoCenM. Uenthly by Currier Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Casta. Svemng Thirty Cent Moramg. 1 ,-.,.. Lven'.ng and J- FUTT CBS Sunday, I , WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 7. 1SS0L Fifty Ceiitsj Month For the People's Popular Pa perSixteen Pages on Week days and Twenty-four Pages on Sundays Something New in Journalism. Sixteen pages of live news every tree day and twnity-rour pages of entertaining reading on Suud.iv for Mi HP'"1" mouth, la what llie Times, Is giving the Washington IiuDlic. It not only furnishes readers a axtcen-iiage iicwspapct ever- work day, but it delivers it in twn ;nrts eight pages hi the morning a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 7 March 1896

3l- 3ks wmfwm ' -THE EVEKXN,TIMS,-.SAaUDAT MARCH 7, 1896. THi: PLAflWED TO WTEREST HOIME CDRCLE V I LANSBURGH&BRO. f Only 98c v mi niimism e t t t i ; i i i t t t t v i t t ? t t t t This Wrapper, made of the best Percale, In light and dark shades, stripes and figures, beautiful patterns, guaranteed washable. Circular yoke, with ruffles of same goods. Lined to the waist, forming the Watteau back. Extra large leg o' mutton slooVes. Neat turn-over collar and cuffs. Excellent width. Skirt with deep hem. All sizes. Special price, 98c. Remember ive are the Washington agents for the HudnuCs Toilet Goods. MISS SHIMER. tho expert fit ter of tho Hor Majesty's Cor set, will be at our s ore for one week, beginning Monday morning next. She will fit Cor sets t you. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St t S. Kann, Sons &Go. 8th and Market Space. twin Special bargains in 20 different departments. Open until 9 o'clock to night. From 6 to 9 Souvenirs of Fancy Glassware to cus tomers. 8. Kann, Sons &...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 7 March 1896

'T&&TVSi 'ivr is?x&'rszrzs-Kg?' g&Ssft ' r"W ''-t? X. J? fff "& tjffc EVENING TIMES, SA.TUBDAT. MARCH 7, 1S9G. Wash. B. Williams Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, &c, &c. 7th and DSts. N. W. Fs TOLL'S ATURDAY PECIALS. Just a few mentioned here, hat th;rc are plenty more, not quoted which arc. 1'crhapj, THE VEKV SHOES VOL WAN I. Ladies' cloth top arid pat ent leather button and lace some few arc suitable for heavy winter wear; worth up toS5.00, now $1 .98. Boys' splendid school shoes at 98c, $1 .25, $1 .48 Children's shoes great est values ever offered at 75c, 98c, $1 .25. These school shoes give good wear and look well Ladies' spring- heel lace or button nobby toes makes good school slue also regular value $3.00, for $1 .48. Men's satin calf, all st3'les and toes; splendid value'. $1 .95. Just arrived men's calf hand-sewed bals. and con gress; worth $3.50, at $2.48. STOLL'S "8 1 0" 7th St. N.W. J ORDERS BY 'PHONE h-ivo our strin attention. and a child will to...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 7 March 1896

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Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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