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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 December 1895

fWTf&Qr& ff--si-qi('V;-tK-rf,"i . "jV " " C'---t-'-3 THE MOKNE-TG TIMES. gU3f6fl.Tr, DECEMBER 8, 1895. Wtj I XTEKEST In art In Washington Is 1K 1 Ins up a little, so to speak. Tbe cold weather bas driven the Dolii-mlans in Irmii the field, and now we fiud them around cozy studio fires painting away with a zest for the Christmas bnlidavB, and a. nappy anticipation of the exhibits that lire already booted at tne dlirerent gal Jeriea lor the very near future. I K especial stimulus to the art interest at present is the Art Loan Exhibition, which is running at Convention Hall. BcuorbalvudorueMcndonca.Uie Brazilian minister, is the most generous contributor, having loaned the usmicLiUou forty-nine pictures lrom bis magnificent gallery. Mr. Parker Maun, Air. G. W. McLauaban and Mrs. l'hoebe A. Hearst Have also loaned a number of pictures, and the Cen tury Company of New 1'orU have added fifty-four original drawings which make an unusually interesting collection and an artistic trea...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 December 1895

wJCiSSsg-sfjS - .,., v,., . -, ,-, ,. .---.-- "J;5?S!i(.-'WM, "j? r fsS&g: 199 r-.wr3 ", " k THE .9J?N$i MllMESfV!8UNpAY.;;j9eEMJSER J, 1895. 10 3: . - - vimc---- je- t 'wwvj'' o.-?- .-inftl' ,jj.ji,';ir-L r , svT" ,-. ".'W M Woman BY ROBERT BAER. Author .it "Tiic race and the Mask," tbciMldst of Alarms," Ac 'In (Copyright, 1S0D, by Robert Barr.) CHAPTER XIX. "What name, please?" "Tell ilr. Wentworth a lady wishes to fee lilm." The boy departed rather dubiously, for he Jaicw that this message was decidedly Ir regular In, a business office. People should giro their names. "A lady to see you, sir," be said to Went--worth, and then, Jubt as the boy expo. ted, bis employer .wanted to know the lady's name. Ladles are not frequent -visitors at the offlTOS of an accountant In the city, so Wentworth touched his collar and tie to make sure they wero in their correct po sition, and wondering who thalady was, asked the boy to show her in. How do you do, Mr. Wentworth?" she said brightly, a...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 December 1895

riCTt4Vv V. - -qt JtJ.? --'-fFJF-, . '--n sfry -Tt q. -4'- THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY-, DECEMBER 8, 189b. 17 FOR AMERICAN LAUREATE Reed Thinks "W. D. Howells Should Wear the Laurel. BUT NORTON I'REFERS GILDER Hili Likes the Songs of Joaquin Miller and Harrison Votes for Riley. With tlie growUi of an old civilization In tills country comes the demand for the Institutions which are the pnduct of Tin older growth. England and. the mother countries have establishments, institu tions, customs rites and personages llirfl with us are unknown. None of these are more interesting Ihon that of a poet laureate, which is the ippointing of a poet who shall celebrate ill the affrjjrs of tLc nation by fitting erec, revelling In sonnets. In lyrics, in entires ind In simple stanzas, as the case may re lu Ire. The poet laureate keeps himself well jiformed of affairs of It e nation, and rach movement Is quickly hailed with a oem. It is the business also of tho aureate to celebrate pain or Joy lu the imm...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 December 1895

S-?TFIjCjRfJ' - "t-i.'1 SV-.- .- -vv-a3 --tf2- -t-o"- it-i4c,,,,:,"- -4!ti"- r-sg CsJ-i '-?!kp;JK WsTlj0j-S25v - -v THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1885. STARTLING COMBINATIONS AF FECTED BY SMART WOMAN. Jewelry in the Daytime and Worn Freely With Street Gowns. Stuffs that never Jn 41ie history of fashion fc ere known to combine, before now, go together with ease and liecomlngncss; fur, lace, chirfon, velvet, tinsel embroideries onil heavy wool being the component parts of many costumes. Indeed Trench foI-Je-rols are the order of the day. With lli parsing of prim tailor gowns there has gone that once strict interdict against jewelry for the street; and in this dirrciion fashion certainly mokes borne astonishing revelations. .JEWELRY I.V E 1)AI TIJIE. A .year ago a b- yknot of real flowers was conslderetl .J only possible orna ment, consistent -Jith Rood taste, for a Slntf and Boa of Long-Halred Marten. street gown. Now earrings ore coming In again. Ions affairs with tinkling b...

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

' r. -ss-r'" s , Jy -, -sH&:Ji'3Wsi f-- '" 1. " 2. SV 51 " & D .P1W-.J1 ft.Sv - MK.- IW' ww; V W; r-fdai 'J' A jr 1 I X Prof.Outer.lglit Now.ladlesand 21 ulinply place tlic. cylinder over :i A liandhoiiiu ronobusli. Aj- 4 Prof. OiiterlKlit, tlin next morn Centlomen, a you sco, both xenHels the flower-pot.und o limo plan..".1 In";, tn IiIk jirdeu ItV Mriinga those, are empty. Kerdhdon't grim. Iplaiitedtlicm three months pat. THE SCORCHED Ma - v J.-cC-f Jl M0 rr . rsz. i ' 3: FIB -SfS zr. L-- V Bald Mrs. Pry. "I want to bay A cycl umeter Tor Pry' w heel. I would like to know If hlsstoriesareso. And his awful rides are real: And I want to be as ny. you see. As Ills bike, and bence this deal." J. Bald George, "It Iooksas If Torn Brooks Would miss yours truly now Trom his usual seat at the PiueQrove meet. And the clam bake and pow-wow. Too bad on me Ila! an idee." And be laughed and smote bis brow. I. When Pry came late through the garden Kat Ills wife bent down ber bead. Then sa...

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

ipssplPliPTiF THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 189b. r 20 Sil'Kasj&STras'vaSSSSS HI YORRJMGE GOSSIP Two New Plays Launched with Chances of Success. "HOME SECRETAHY1' IS FLAT StraiiK-' Ail ventures of Mlws llrow u" Hepetttx lt Loudou Succewi Ma iih fleldV Newest Is. ot Quito Up to Ills Stnndiird JolinMoue Dennett I'lnys Jllnor Hole Xotes. New Tork. Dec 7.-"Tlic StraDEc Ad-i-ntureai.riIlisBr.iwu,"atlirce-actcoiuedr. Sy Kobort Buchanan and O. Marlowe, was presented at tlie Standard, Monday ulgM, For the first tinio in tills country- The niece mado a lilt In I.ci.d.m where it Is now approaching lis three hundredth perform ance. John U.'gcrs saw It there, mid being. a manager who knows a gocd thing when he sees It, purchased the American rights. The story tells of the many recullar ad ventures of a Captain Courleiiay of the English army. A young lady ward in chan cery, who is also a pupil at a female sem ary. falls in love with tLc capta n and tliev elope together. The bride is...

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

W -.? -J1 f-TagtF- L&jetii vs-. 3V-i- i??rf'Si fef.j-!; sj v- ! S.., Mi ?'.rl ': ' l-j e"Jl .XrV Vfit t 1 " -THE :MORNTSTG TIMES, 8JJJS.DAX, PBCBMBER , 3&. II t ! REDUCED! 22.50, $18.50, $1650 Suits at $14.85! GRADE SM ni i HIS TGlinif OYSTERS Four Thousand Bushels a Day Is Washington's Quota. WHERE THEY COME FEOM Ctie-taitenke ana JtH Tributaries Far-nii-U the Greater "Vortion, "While Some Come From the orth Big ger, Finer, Fatter and Chen porThU Voar Titan Ever Before. Washington eats 4,000 bushels of oysters dully, and about a tun of salt, pepper, horseradish, and other condiments, wbleh. If beer be classed as oxie, will swell the weight Indefinitely. OLthls amount, about 1,000 bushels tire aid to ha eaten raw and the remaining bivalves are cooked Into stews. stcaniB, and roasts, thuugh stews have the call. ' 3y the oynercrs who fill lier wunts Wash ington Is said to be the biggest oyster ater for ber size within the realms of Vncls 8am. Some it "the oyMermen who lone and...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 December 1895

&vvt SK-! J! a?; THE MORNINGr Tntfi!3t SUNDAY, , DECEMBER 8,1895. 22 -w&wp$rxa 'trF'1 -'"'--'f3; "" - 3? t f-r W$fa5 WEtK NUBOR CIRCLES Hatters of Interest to Orgairzed Workingmen of the District rfl J k ' MEETINGS FOB THIS TVEEK. BUNDATl, DECEMBER 8. Douglass Progressive Assembly of Steam Engineers Hall 609 F street northwest. L. A. 1304, K. ot L.. Times Assembly Times building. L. A. 6341, K. of L., Butchers Plaster ers' Hall, Four-and-a-haU street ana Penn sylvania aenue. Disuict Assembly Executive Committee Times building. 11 o'clock. MONDAY, DECEMBER, 9. L. U. 190. Brotherhood ot Carpenters Hall 627 Massachusetts avenue. L A. 1644, K. ot L., riasterers Plas terers' Hall, Tour-and-a-halt street and Pennsylvania avenue L A. 1748, K .ot L., Carpenters and Join ersSociety Temple, Fifth and O streets. L. A. 1228, K. of L., Lathers Hall 1316 E street. L. A. 34S6, K. of L., Carriage and Wagon Makers Bunch's Hall, 314 Eighth street. Shoemakers' Assembly Bricklayers' Hall, Seven...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 December 1895

?5S5 -"&)3tfi6-P&-' 1Jji553. g J - iL-?H-i -irM-g ---f w"" 4jpC THE AlOHNOTG-TIMES. SIDrDA DgCRMBKn $, 1895. 28 pnorosALS. FORT Myer sta Wes Sub-i-ontraclurs that have made tstlinates on the above worn send bids to RAX, tnlsotflce. U.ctu HELP WAKTED-MALB. WANTED- RellabKlionest youngman Mdm" fancy in-orn one with ftablishcd trade; refereiic-fcs. uuolli.i. Si. thin office. '" Sy . . .. a ....enn fnmlH.ir Willi j. ! lj;if 41. 1 ............ Marly completed. aiul work thrill up on OCIIMOII CHI7V I" l.c ..... w- . i ... .....a w-... rhuin mm mi It susr'oi lees. fluuitMi ...j.w.. TVANTED-Tiie best I lirip In the city luiuiMied free. 306 Gst. nr. ll TVANTED-Mra cerwin.re to dis tribute syrup samples: light aud bteady work" .good pay. I'ltATT Sl'RUP COM- FAN y. Caniuen, X. J. " WANTED-Responsible parly with tome capital Jo aisl ndvcrtlser 111 niacins in the nands or icople a Icgiiiniale end practical Invention, box B. a. T-. t, this office. L tVANTED-KllIe. Industrial lusur unce in...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 8 December 1895

t-JeaiTy -itOTatS-e,: "V, -n- - j3p J, -ft. 24 THE MORNING TIMES.wSUNDAY.c DECEMBER 8, 1895. POSTER COWS PISES Hew Fad That Is Absorbing the Attention of Well-to-Do Folks. GROWTH OF THE FANCY Art IMs Viisd tlu Work Ih Pleawint and ItenmnemtUe AdcrtlerKlle .ort to It us KuriilKliliic; tho Mucti-to-lk-Doslreil Xotelty That Lures ' tlie Vurcli.iiscr. r A fad of all the fads, more completely ab f orbing than tbe craze for coins, lor stumps end for old cuina combined. Is tbe poster Xad. The fnd Is not only more fascinating and absorbing, but It is more popular In tbe sense that it Interests a much larger num ber of people. The interest in artistic pos ters Is growing every day, and the list of devotees of this particular branch of "tne jioor man's art" is steadily swelling. If you refer to their art as a "fad," you Immediately arouse indignation and pro test. "This is no fad," tbey inform you. 'Jt is too good to be called a fad. It is a great art, and is Uie object of Just the came criti...

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

wjw'ltss KP?sF'?p3p 5s2rj.,.jr es -iCi p sr ris?v' " '- - " - 237,821 was the TIMES' circu lation for last v3sk, y - .be THE WEATHER TO-DAY. imes Italu or Snow. Colder. Northerly Wind. VOL. 2. 3fO. G32. DXTEEW MRS. DIMMICK DENIES IT. Says Slic 'Will Not Mnrry llor Uncle, BenJ. Harrison. New York, Dec. 8. A dispatch froni Washington was published liere this morn ing stating that Mrs. Dlmmick, a niece of the late Mrs. Benjamin Harrison, would shortly marry the ex-President. Regard ing the report the Trib-ine will tomorrow say: "Mrs. Dlmmick lives at No. -10 West Thirty-eighth btreet. In this city. When a Tribune Teporter called to see her yester day sbe courteously begged to be excused, and. In reply to a query as to the truth of the report, sent back wod that she was much distressed to think that such a report Bad been circulated and that she must.be excused from saying anything. "A member of the family supplemented Mrs. Dlrumlck's reply by saying that Gen eral Harrison was the prope...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 December 1895

-o.-.V-"-'- ' " -zzrzza&'ZTWS-srg 5j!'?;-!FWJfgf3ST THE MffRLSTKG Ti3tE3, MOFPAt; DECEMBER 9, 1895. zri -vJ - " ' " WMflSES &&n& Mciact Wareboase, Corner UoveatU. A $15 Arm Chair, $7.50... Nothing- the old folks would like better as a pres ent than a good, comfortable arm I chair. The big gest variety of them here you'll find, anywhere. The large arm chair, like the illustration, that we sell for $7.50 is an inducement for you to trade here. This chair is covered in damask, for use in the parlor, and in velours and pressed leather for the libran or sitting room. The back is of curly birch, mahoganv finished the height from floor to top of the back, 44 inches. You'd judge the chair to be $20. "I wftMl to be the Jeweler irho conies iuto your miml (C AM most happy to a:niounce "' the opening- of the Christmas Holiday tfeaon at this store -with an exquisite and most carefully selected stock of Gold and Silver Jewelry, Diamonds, Gems and Watches, including- the renowned "...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 December 1895

(S-'. S3 ,.". ; iiiflSJ-.V1 frcyw,tSF?5rs-jlyj3 V""' -fS -,- v iy-FL-3? TESTtr? - '- " rTr && " - -.--"- -JJ3S "." " THE JrOIiNTNG TIMES, MOXDAT, DECEMBER 9, 1895. G&ZiZ SftAR5: ,..- Parker, llrldcot Jt Co. Clothiers, ;15 !-erratli St- ' ' I Perhaps you have noticed that we are invariably first when' it conies to dropping prices. We realized that the times were a little hard and findinir ourselves overstocked, we jumped in to meet your pocketbook. These are interesting the -crowds justnow: TRUJiDOCKW What Hold, Has Underwood on the Island Officials? HIS INCONSISTENT STABLE courts t Kccurc a rcicasc'from his contract of apprenticeship. A movement In Canada t secure tlie re peal of ttie present betting law tberc, which permits bookmaklng, does Dot seem likely to succeed. There Js a pniepcet, however, that a law may be passVsf to limit racing to a special number of days at each track Id the year. Youths Long PantsSuits-somo to fit small men that were $8 and SIO were dropped...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 December 1895

- fseu-s; yjrt -v f - -i, p;V3fQr"'!."B3ricfc " - r ? v - i5orfta -j -f - e ' -TJ - THE JVLORiSTNGr TIMES, JfODAY. DEOEaIIXER 0, 1895. TheWasliinglionTimBS isiorj it-c, Etemno, Ate SsxDiri o;Txai and issur.n or The IVasIiington Tisics Company. 1JVES J1CILDINQ. lccn:iviCTCci.Mnt3"ENvin.TA:ax avents ap 'lEXnibTBCSC "lri.E&ne Edltoilat lioom. tit. Business Ofilco' Sir. rrlcfy crams rrienlng DlUlon..On Cent iiniry Edition. Threw Cents. Vcrthlr fcy Carrier J'ori In; and Similar. Tl Irty-nve CeiK Fvfoins Thirty Coats, Itornlcg. 1 LirnluBtnli- Firrr Com. fcu&3sy, j The-ffmes Branch Offices. Tin-Time' "Little. Now sMcrrnnnts" rntiM'C'irotliolrt.iipplyof.MoriiluKona Evenliijr'lliiiCHiittlierolloivlnsliriioctJ OfflClMt FriitiJ. Mnltli. -Itli ninl O fctn. ii. 41. McXnll) . 133U l-lll .t. nT. A. 1 AlcClusUcy, 1312 Till Kt. nw. II. IIusc -153 Fu. lire. nw. Jux.-li I.lwlou, 4U0 hill M.fce. J. IV. .luluuon, 40 II st. ne. IV.F.ilitetenj-.bat Ilt. ue. . Jo-eili I'etlKiiul, UO'J TtU nt. sw. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 December 1895

"i",-r Vn-"- ' v T ?&? vvi&&xi'tfFZar - w. - -sr vy x--- ",. --J'jpff. v5" ' ipj't-r.--i:. v-t-fii- v?-J?- -.-j- .? THE MORNING TIMES, 3IONDAT, DECEMBER 9, 1895. O S 441 a 9 nsliurgli & iro j 9 9 9 ? V 9 t f .9 t Ussfal Articles For Holiday (lifts. f 0 9 Screens. 9 f1 I lot Antique Oak Fire 9 9 Screens, filled with silko- f 9 line, 59c. 9 9 a I I lot White Enameled Fire I Screens, filled with silko- . line, SI. 25. 1 I lot Antique Oak Fold- f ing Screens, filled with f silkoline, $1.75. 9 I lot Antique Oak Fold- ing Screens, filled with T silkoline, $2.75. I lot White Enamel Fold- a t 9 9 9 9 9 9 ing Screens, filled with 9 silkoline, $2.75. f t t 9 9 9 9 I lot Antique Oak Fold ing Screens, fancy frames, filled with silkoline, $3.75 Center f Tables. 9 i lot Center Tables in V Cherry and Antique Oak, 9 24 inch square, highly 9 polished. For SI. 50 each. 9 1 lot Center Tables in 9 Cherry and Antique Oak, $ 24 inches square, highly polished, brass foot, A S2.25 each. $ 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 December 1895

- VT, j"-?2 77rr'i&;5T!rW- wSJi'-affarE&e. FT,VC5 - aF - ""if V" 3f3 . .Jtfj-1'" '-,'--stJ--;u',s THE MOTtNIXG TIMES, MOXDAY, DECEMBEK 9, 1895. G f - W iTij - y-i. - We've Something Unusual This Morning. We'll be hon est about it it's so m.e pieces of ,fur niturc we car ried over from last ' year. They ' areu't damaged in anjw ay or even shop worn, uul'wc have grown tired of look ing at them, and we are going to clear You must come mm -crr iiir-cc Out todaV. any they won't be in the store LOT J Patent Combl-ntlnn IlocSer mid ltrclliilne Chair, wi'h loot rust. urhn'Jt nt In oirclurny. Tlero are only toil ot Uiese.in'l a more c mfftrtntl chnlr you conld notillid Til nri-'owc h no al ways soU llieso for Is ill.M. lo-tny LOT a l,-irc TnrkHi Arm Ulialr, upholstered. You must see these to nppre-i!ito tum. Only 3. Today LOTS 1 TurUs'i Sl.1o Chair. up Iwl'terod in corduroy. 1b marked price is tlX Today -. LOT! 1 Leather roclto'nit Chair, Io'.i3bod oaW tram, oii-ellently made We sold...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 December 1895

"!SSK--...tT rf-fel.ys JSPjV? THE MORNING TIMES, MO$ DAY -DECEMBER 9, 1895. 7:K7Si.--- " -"liwS'JSEf" TO IPPfSlJOJiGK South Carolina Republicans Re pudiate the Convention. WILL PERPETUATE FRAUD Stntc Executive Committee isiienn Appntl In Which It llrelnres tlio Yv'liiil Proceeding 'Was Unconstitu tional mill Tlmt Kniiul 'Wat. Us-ed In Scnllim I lie JJelegiite,. Colamliln, 8. C Dec. 8. The Republican Slate Executive Committee last nigh tissued an address to the people of tlic State, In which it sajsr "It has I 'ii'ii well mi lil that no hucst'on can lie regarded as definitely settled until It 1ms li'i-'ii settled aright, that lb on the basis of right mul Justice. II tills sajing be true, ti-rtaiuly tlio suffrage question can not ! regarded as definitely settled liy the recent enactment of ourso-called consti tutional convention, for no fair minded man iiui pictcnd thai tills wi.utiiK-iil is basest either on right or justice. "On tlietviitrnry.lt Istl.e cry t -seoce of injustit ''nd w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 9 December 1895

RET?? -iS5? '&$? THE -MOJMHNGh TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMJ5ER ;9, 1895. 8 5";..-?S.i!-3S-WrTNsraS',rJ 3 jsl iPl $14 Sack and Cuta- Bk WsM way "SUITS begins flA glsli this morning. flliH fll All Sizes, in Blue ffjjBf Iplpland Black, neat. Mix- pBWa c tures, Tweeds, IB&&IM IjijMjk Cheviots and- Msg&m HH r gw gm Cassimeres. J&Sf Robinson, Chery & Co., I2tii and F Streets, CLOTHES. FURNIiHINQS. HATS. SHOS. ?l It's High . Time You bought a "Winter Overcoat. Our Factory Sale' ives you a chance to buy le at $9 .00 That you would ordinarily give just about double for. Splendid Coats Beavers, Kerseys, Meltons, Chin chillas all made in the latest and most fashionable styles. DYRENFORTH'S, 621 Pa. Ave. Under Metropolitan Hotel. ISSUES. UNDER THE WILL Contest Over Instrument Signed by the Late Judge Holt. I.-huos Are to lie Three, as to Intent 'of TosJtutor", t hoSlgmitureHot Wlt-nese,Hii(lI'rl)il)leHevocntloii. The closing days of the great sale ot Cloth ing bought at the She...

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

pgK-T'S'J - .; -a - -, ',vs THE WEVrHER TO-DAY. &je 097 Q9J was the TIMES' circu- imes LUf Utl lation for last week. Tlireateiilnii: Light Pain or Snow In the Moriitnu: Vrobablv ClcartuK br Kvcnlnir. Northerly Winds. ' The STAR'S circulation JQQ CO for last week was . . . iuO.ulI VOL. 2.' G33. DECEMBER 1895 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. B,yv t && milH SMS IH E COM THE RICHEST COLORED (YELLOW) PICTURE LET OUT HIS LITE BLOOD Veteran Langanberg Opened aa Artery and Died. STIFE AHD COLD WHEN FOUND HAVE YOU SEEN J OUfi SPLE1ID EHUBITIOI t Says the National Convention Is Not for Sale. Of Holiday Presents. It continues all the week. W BR1NO IN YOtIR rHEfiKS. W THE COMMITTEE IN SESSION a n i,:c..i n:i. "S Z9-''f&-JZ00gFZ$ SS'?r-9BPTW '2 ir- -KtC V-fc - - WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MOENING, SOXTEEM PAGES OF MEWS. EVERY 12 HOUIRS, S0 CTS; A MQMTH i i . ' '- BABY'S FIRST TOY Will be given from the I6th to the 24th of this month to every purchaser of .50 cents worth of Tea, Coffee, Spic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 December 1895

cSrjziZ?:'--'- -' ,-- r??srejrKJ?r5 5i5E-iy5T;v' PBW B9.-s-5H5asn.'.' ?V53 ir3a37j5?- THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY,- DECEMBER 10, 1895. WTPffiBSSS-isp i buret J itoracr Warehouse, Corner i-Iev tutu, j TX& sear Al. Library Chair, $8.85. The money never brought r?. . !, in so w - & i. :.. IUUC,U 111 return before. $16 ought to be the price of this chair; made in Oak and Maliogarry finish, with adjustable back and reversi ble all-hair cushions, cov ered in corduroy. Velvet covered cushions $2 more. Art Rooms, 6th floor. "1 irant to bo the Jeweler t;1io comes Into jour mind lint " IP c're fairitj in the Holiday Trade now and I am as bus- as I can be, showing delightful Christmas and New Year's Gifts. There are many wise people in "Washington who have already selected their presents they know how much better it is than to leave it till the last moment, when the prettiest articles have gone. Of course a small payment will reserve any article for you till Christmas. , J. Damson, Jewe...

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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