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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 December 1895

tripj&i? inps-?"?ss'sw55Si?Jr Tr"SS - iLJV&?'y tSiV THE MOBBING TIMES, TflUHgllAY, DECEMBER 13, 1895. heeds erni won Washington Asylum and Kindred Institutions. COLONEL TRAOEY'S VIEWS Be Touches Upon the llurhil of I lie Iiupcr Dead unci tlie l"ood Fur-ui-licd the Inmates ot'the Alms-lioii-o. Cohbtcsh Set ltlubt on .Mat ter.. Connected With trie Institution. Washington Asylum is placed by Col. John Tracer in his report uron chanties anil rc-rormatory work here at tl e head or nil such institutions In the District. A memorandum Is incorporated hi tbe report, explaining why certain changes, involv ing n net ii.crc.ise of $23,443 in Ifce appro priation, (should be made. Col. Trace-y says- "Congress lias for the past two years allowed $4,000 and ?4,500, respectively, for hospital construction. With these Minis two excellent wards have been provided, and by utilizing basement rooms i n the one built this year the medical terviccor theliospitalwlllbe placed in good Healing arrange...

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. — 12 December 1895

-w !in'i&.-!SrtgjSfipfiS 8 THE V OWNING Ti:il,'' TiTTIHSDiY, -DECEJIBEE 12, 1895. I 10c Broom Day! Tomorrow we will sell 3,000 large three double-string Carpet Brooms for Ten Cents each. -4 r AAA XX T T'V Proposed New Law Limits the Period of Certification. The 0ITY TREASURY LOSSES "Marvel" Rubber Tttxe'H in Arrears and reunifies Ie inltted by theCommlKSlonorH'Uiider Hecent llidlclul lJecllon Mill to Cure Defect Now In the Uundh of Attorney- TIioiiiiih. i VV m Tfl OF raVTITMK fits tho shoo per fectlyand out wears three or me ordinary kind we sell them. i J vr i -S3 tm' a. -L-h s a r-- . s f ' e J YV W 3 . , W jlgsEs Suits is a big success isHfll More new patterns of HB $14 qualities, and some H viflHgl $15 ones have been 1 Mfe ever. AH sizes for men mmjHr Robinson, Chery & Co., - 12th and F Streets, gggijfog- Finger Ornaments I 1,000 Rings for your se lection exquisite, chaste, and beautiful made by our skilled mechanics in our own factory. It is by far the largest stock eve...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

"V; tmm.jJkm7im PSf mrirZVZg THB W5AT HER TO - I Threatening; Llfrht Shown. Cold. "ortlieuterly YVlndK. VOL. 2. NO. 63 6. IXTEEW PILLAGE MIR FUBPOSE Kurds Coming to Constantinople in Hope of It. NEWS OF MOEE MASSACRES They Occur Almost Dully In Anatolia. At Arabklr U.IIOO IVi-koiim Wore Killed and Wonmliil and Only ISO UuuM-Kltrnuilii Population Digging In I(iiliis,forlteninniitnof Prov-Ulans.. London, Dec. '1 2. The Dally News will tomorrow publish a dispatch from Con stantinople, saying that tlie Kurds and other who are arriving at Constantinople to dispose of the plunder obtained during the niassac re and pillagmgin dif fert nt parts of Anatolia, are also attracted to the capital by the hope that they will reap a further and richer harvrr-t in the event of the suitan permitting n rising in Con stantinople. EAGKK TO PLUNDER. Their talk or successes, coupled with the display of their p'.ui.der, has inflamed the Ion est class of Moslems, who are aching with the desire to attack the ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

FS3es T -rp-Si Wm THE MOENTtfG TtMlES,1 :1IDAY, DECEMBEB 13, 1895. a ' u- --.s-w--i SMfi FStraet Corner EleifEth. ttoiac Warehouse, iranwrSL Our 95c Table is as good a t-1.50 value tas 3-011 will find. Oak finish, strongly made and braced by lower shelf 22-in. square top. A shape you'ir find lots of use for. Our $1 table is another good value. In solid oak and mahogany finish, with 16-in. square top and lower shelf .moulded edges, neatly turned legs. Solid Oak Phakosi'faro Table. SI in. square top and lownr shelf, fctrongly constructed. A f 1.75 mine tor $1.25 Bird' Kja Maple Table, very prettr design, well in ado and finished. A $00 T&Iue lor $3.25 UT" Art Iloonu, 6th floor. Beginning Monday next the store ivil be open'tmtil p p. in. -1 want to be the Jowelor vrhcrotneB Into your m:nd urat. 3exrelry for (Zfyvistmas gifts. A MORE enrapturing' display of articles suitable for Holiday gifts it -would be impossible to find than I am showing- at the present time articles of rare and...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

m P?SS& THE 3lOR NtNG,. TIMES, .P:BI DAT, DECEMBER .18, 1893. ) fitter, lirlict-t. -t Ca,v Clothlfra, S5,fcoTentUM 2GP KTt n't If 1 if CTOTJGH J weather ! We have Uie over coats made ex pressly for these north westers! Prices start at SS and run up to $35. Still a good assortment oi those $10, $12 and $15 Win-ter-weifflit Overcoats which we reduced to $8.75. PARKER, BRIDGET H0 CLOTHIERS, 3 1 5 Seventh St. N. W. yy..-.V- -Thc pleasure in possess ing and riding a COLUMBIA is everlasting, for its qualities are never failing. Make some one truly happy this Xmas with a CO LUMBIA. Tli knsct of riding Wcjclo I quietly laugtit in our Indoor Kidicg tttiooL Cisfrict Cycle Co., "COUTMIH W -JIAurFOKUV HJ&iSku,B- 452 Pa. Ave. A reliable friend who nev er disappoints 3-ou is worth knowing such an one is Puie Berkele' Rye. An in surance against sickness, a delicious beverage at all times. Delightfully mellow and very agreeable in flavor. JAS. TIIAlir. Importer Wines aud Liquors, S12 FbuS. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

rjFttW;- "cf - 3 ix, . - --'' -;. f2S THE MORNIKG TIMES. FJIIDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1895. Pfp"" TheWashingtonTimBS (Mokniko, ErzsnnJ, AS SnOTAT-l OWNED AND ISSUED DT The Washington Times Company. TIMES BUILDINQ. BCCnnVZSTCOBKKKpBKKSTtTiSIX ATESCI and -TnrnlSTUtn Telcpuoue Editorial Roomi, tit. Bualneu Office" 337. Tries Moraine or ETenlne Edition.. Otto Cent. Sunday Edition. Three Cents. Jtocthly &7 Carrier Jlornlocand Sunday. Thlrty-tlTe Cent). Erenlng Thirty Cents. Horning, ) ETenlngandV .. Firrr crsra. fcuaday, J The Times' Branch Offices. TbpTltnOH'-LlttleUowrfMercnnmV run secure tliolruij- of Moruliisand ETtnliiBTIiiieutttiofolowluclruiich fflcfg: Frnnk Sinltli. 4th nnd fi t, nw. M. McNtilty. 1330 14lli ht. nw. A. V. McClol:ry, 131S 7tlt nt. nw. n. HiilTf, 2153 Pa. uvo. nw. Joseph Lllldoil, 400 StUBt.oO. J. Y. JuluiHun, 41l t. no. AY . F. Jlnckiiy , 8U I II Kt. ms. JOKt-pll l'etljriiat, GOO TtU st. ' Advertisements Jett nt any of tuo above- brunolics will receive tUo hii:uo prom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

--r-ts -y'" s-,.'-i-": J i . S, ,&?" 3S ,V-5 i5Cr-.-VS' ."&?SK-v,'-A!S-".J -.' .-!-"ii ?;4- E7?a?T- --"??TT,!t-(!FT- -J r- - " ," , THIS MOBNING TIMES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1895. 5 t t Sensible Gifts for the Holidays. LANSBURCH & BRO., PROBABLY THESE! t f A Dressing Sacque or f Wrapper of Wool. Eider- 2 down. Cropon Eiderdown J or Lambs Wool, which wo J f 9 have in all colors, such as ? Blue. Red, Pink, Tan, f f Black, Gray, Old Rose. f French, urav. ana wnice. a 3-4 tt Ide F.ldcrdo wn, 25c i L t 4-4 vlili Klderdott n. finer irrutlu SOcTJd. ;i-4st ldt-Iaunri'isVViiol.sOct ' a-4 wide Crcpon Eiderdown, GOc yi-38-lii.Cre-pon Uidcrdumi, T5c J'l- A Wrapper tirl)icliijiSiicenie of Frencli or (Jcrniiin Flannel inukf u s ery nice Kit t. French f V J; niimrlx o lm o in all the v ery luloM l'erMun effect.., butlidiirk und lljjlit color-., for.. GOc J'l- GiTiinul Flannel-', nil wool. In pretty Mrlpe-s :ind i!nld, orig inally isold for 50o jd, now 371-2CJJ. One of ilerritt'r. ll-woo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

: ySC- Ki ;ifS'55,VS3!R-5C"5"':n S-FWfgFWSg, w-cw- THE MORNiyGJ TIMES, FJKIDAT; PEOJSM.BEK IS. 1895. 0 i DAIEY 1!A1!CU.& Special Drapery Prices For This Week. Chenille Table Covers. 4 quarter, witli heavy fringe. HOC 6-quartcr,-ilth heavy frince. lOu ""-quarter, with heavy frlngo. sP 1 .00 Folding Screens. 3 fold fccrcens-41 lnchoswide, 55 Inches high. Silxahne, with oat ff I O frame sP I TU S-foId Screen CO leches wide, G3 SLChoj high, bilkarnc, with oat ff I QO fra:ne JJIuU Banquet Lamps. S luches high, with silt sbailo-very (TO QO handsome. Complete- pi'vlU Down Pillows. CnOivrred, ISiIS 40U 2050 UOu i?i .'. ooC .IxJl. X.,.. $1.08 Wash. i. Williams, Turnltufe, Carpets, Drapery, 7thandDSts. N. W. If you want something out of too ordinary someluin; no it and catchy in tlio way of ritl sTi 1 matter, eonsnlt U9 We know ffooan pleasoyou. McGII-L. & V;ALLA'J, Priivto.-a. 1107 i: street northwest. '1'hor.o 1532 Dr. LEATHERMAN, No Fee Until Cured. 602 F STREET N. W. rrentRallClI'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

Ss-5SS$ .KraTffftW'jgaS EppisFliipii r -C" J-OP"--"- T ? THE ,MOBNNO TIMES., gHrrA.T PCCJSMBEg 33, 1838, , ar-3j?SiasS tEnnEDBTGEI. GOSH tie Outlines the Situation in a Letter to Pahna. HAS FIFTY THOUSAND MEN CimiiKb., lie Si, I- ""t Actlte inul 'Would Need a Hlgj-iT Army to Sup press t lie Mot emi-iit Future of tbi" Ciiu-c" LiioI.h llrlj-IH mi1 -Mmi and I.tinliTx Arc Hopeful. Sc-iiur tlonzaltw de Qucsada. sis.reary uf tlic Culmu'Uetolullonary parly in the United Slater, who Is now in Washington Tor tlitr purpose or establishing an un official Ci'lnn ligation l.crc, has rtitiioil a most Interesting communication from Gen Oonii'7, ll.e Cuban general. The Utter is a complete review of the operations or the lnsutgcnts, ami slums fully the military situation in the Island. The letter in full is at follows- lleaoiju.irtera or tin- Ami) of Litwrn tion, SancM bpirilus. Nor. 18. 18W. Tomas hMrailn l'alni.i, Kq., New l'ork. My good rrit-iiil 11 gittn mi" pleasure to ai!ilr.-s jou these lines...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 December 1895

wsssappw8 33r-q ;- -1" v THE MOKNTNGK TIMES, FKID AY, DECEMBER 13, 1895. .0 There's a new manager at the head of our .shoe department. He has just completed taking stock and finds several lines he is going to discontinue," and to close them out at once has. made the following reductions: CREMATORY SITE FIXED . i Extra" Shoe Smith Plant to Be located on a- -r-i-n ""t- 'Off sf7ljsMi"j?fcj5'lj t Va t Twenty-fourth Street. MANY OAEELESS MINISTERS Bargains! 11 plr Boys' Yld Call Bala, sizes to 2; wr tl.0O. Now 11.18. . . (1 pain Boys' Vlcl Calf Bala, sizes 11 to 2; were tLTS. Now Si 10 pairs Uors' Russia Calf Bala, Piccadilly toe, Blzea Hi to iH: were 1 How ti 'IS pairs Boys' HnsslaCalf Bala, sliea IStoS; were tJM KowU75l , 10 pairs rhlld's Doncola Bala, spring heels, sizes 13)4 to 2; were U low f 1.40. 19 pairs CbUd's DongoH Uala, Piccadilly toe, sizes 12 lo 2; wero t2 50. Isowll.TS. 10 pairs Child's Calf Bala, sizes :jto5: were 12.. NowI.3a . , 36 pairs Child's Doncola Bals . spring he...

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

- tffivsiiJjfS "i-StOP Sf? i 997 H9 . was ,fl3 TIHES' circ'j: lu,0lI lationfor last wask. mmt THE WBVTHER TO-DA.Y. The STAR'S circulation 183,621 Probably Fair. Sllglitlv Warmer. ifortjMjrlv Winds. for last week was. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1895. EIGHT PAGES. ONE CINT. VOL. 2. NO. 637. -U OF MEW HU &be RS BO GTS, h MDMTH Great Corner, That 2d SI. and Florida Aye. I. E. Wliy? Because you always get your money's worth; always get first quality goods; and always come again. You appreciate a good thing when you see it. Why? Because the proprietors arc not run by any one; they do their own business and fix their own prices, irrespective of others; are not controlled by any combination, cliques or associa tions. SPEG1RL8 For Todau Only Western Mixed Oats.. Western White Oats. . Choice Hay Other Peed In proportion. 24 25 SO FOR FIVE DRYS: "Uncle Sam Flour" "The Best, of Them All" "Without an Equal." This Flour is too well known to need comment $3.75per barrel P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 December 1895

;-0B5'SSwU(,-, kJB cr-j"SWi-:''sV- 'Vas"!"SgS . osE-rr?sMrt ?SW!?ii Ffc? .r.5ilfSSiW55 -.. .,' THE MOBNINQ TlME&'jSATrj-RDAX. JECEMBEB 14, 1895. reslir-laj Jli-dir (jucct:alillsliinent rUX be peuoFiuli;? Ul'Jp in. ?swa r Street Corner Ucvi'cto. ' torac areSouso, ISd near M. REDD ROCK- lAisSS Vr-C and fin- with S heavy full roll down arms and across the back, 58 50 HosUcr, $5. ag sh0wil in the illustration an $8,50 value that -we'll run off while the stock lasts at $5. I want to If tho Jewoler VYhoei-mes iulo i our m'nd first." Ho Dullness )ere This dainty Jewelry Store is crowded from morning- un til night with customers who come here to seek what Ihcy want for Xnnis Gifts and find it ! With nine salespeople I am able to give every one that careful attention which is so ueccssarj- to purchasers selecting- Jewelry. I urge upon my patrons, however, that an early selec tion is of gteat importance. Call today if possible. L ). Damson, JEWELER, I 105 F Street N. W. THE "IL'KQUOISE 3 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 December 1895

jjFniMftfi&SSSKeSSS1?3 siSF3PSsjf? &B&'rJ-& i-lS" i " fJgSS Sgaf pFaTlg8''? THE MORNTNG TIMES, 'BATU-BtfAT, DECEMBER .14, 1895. "ig Boys' Suits and Overcoats Reduced. AMMAS of an economical turn of mind will have a grand opportunity to buy new clothes for her boy or boys at greatly reduced prices. MK Boys' $4 Suits, $2.50. Yeur choice of any 14 Short Pants Suit In stoii ff") tfl lor.. ........ .7.. . Vk'"" Boys' S5 Suits, $3.50, Yo.ir choice of any 5 Brort Turns Milu. Wo have a big arlotj of fancies and blue-auil.blacK chariots, for $3.50 S5, S6 and Si Suits. S3. An "old" lit of 19 Iljys' finiu. Eizas 0 to J years. Reduce! from J5, 511 and ffO Qf An "odd" lot of Boys' lleaty Blue l)laE"nal Worite I Suits, for buudny woan Izes 5 to 10 yeaii Wero S and ill. How $4.00 Reefers Reduced. All of our Chinchilla lteefere for boyj bare b!l reJuccd. All-wool and i'jst Color Bluo Cliluchl'la Reefers, that wore ft, ?G sni 3, reduced loliN, 1 and 15. Storm Ulsters, $5. Roys' Storm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 December 1895

--- ') t-- - jr,'''3fSi3SIi.J:?i?SS?SS3! SW2p?f IP? THE MORNTNa TIMES, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1895. 4 , f TheWashingtonTimes (Mokniko, ErrxiKa, ass Scxdxt.J OWSED AST) 1SSDED BY Tie Washington Times Companr. TIMES BUILDING, pMmiwrsTCoraliNKSTLTANii attxck atro TESTU HniELT. Telephone Editorial Rooms, OV. Business Ofllco' 337. Trice Morning crErenlng EdltIon..Ono Cent, Sunday Edition. Three Cents. Kontbly by Carrier Morning and Sunday. TWrty-BTe Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. Morning, 1 livening and 5- Firrr Cents. fcunday, J Tie Times' Branch Offices. TheTlnieV"I.UtloIfovHMercnints" fan secure ttlolrnaply of Morning and ETenliis Time., utt lie rollowinfibru neb fflces: frwnk 5m) I til. -Itli oral O t. nw. "I. McN'tllty, 13!U I4tll Kt. u. A. 1. McCloski-jr, I Ml 2 "til st- uw. H. IIiiKf, ain:! I'n. inu. nw. Joseph Linden, 40(1 8tU m.m. J. XV. -liliiL-.oit. 40 11 tt. in. XV. V. SIiiuk-ny.Hai Ili.n-. Jo-epli lVtlciait. Ut'U "'!' M.mw. AdvcrtUomentM Iclt nt any of llin bmtlinuiciic will r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 December 1895

-n? iSc-'-f, W "" - j 4 -;. THE JVIORNXNG TIMES, SAXURDAX, DECE&LBJCK 14, 1895. rjgg? SOME 8UGOE3TIONS FOB 1HTEHDIKO OlVEBf. ltcglnnlpg today wo shall keep our store open of oven lnss until after Christmas. f Handkerchiefs Always make accepta ble, appropriate and sensible presents. Wo, like every other mer chant this time of the year, know that Hand kerchiefs count among the most-sought-after articles, and keep awell filled "larder." We have Hankerchiofs for men, women and children. Handkerchiefsas low as 5c uptothefinestduch esse lace Handkerchief at $ 1 0.OO. Silk HanlMIels. Gouts- initial 25c. Laaits' silk hsadScr- chlefs as low as 19c. Ladles' chitloa Uandlcor- chiefs ns loir as 25c. Bills' Sift Hnlllers.. A nlco white slllc MuT- nn0 fler for OUU The larsa-sizo white or Ttp .colored silk Mufflers for IJb An extra large one for 4l Carts' Castee Hafflers As low as OOu All Hanakcrchlsfs bought of us bctcd freo or charRC. Tills aJJs much to their sonsral gift upr-car-anco. CMII3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 December 1895

- swljfjiSsjasiSs ,-." c --C THJ3 ilOHXIXG' TIMES;-'SATUR DAT, DECEMBER 14, 1895. 6 DAILY BARGAIS& Three Parlor Suites that we have put spe cial prices on for Saturday. They arc very handsome suites and well worth the regular price. S-plcce Suite, covered with Brocatrlle, Ma hogany finish Iramo. Regular nrice, 130. Tomorrow, $22.50. C-plece Suite, Silk Brocatolle, Mabniriny fin ish trnmo. A charming Divan lu tills suite. V OB . Tomorrow, $32.75. 5-piece Suite, Silk Rrncatelle, overstuffed, spring edjes, with or without divan. A very can do ne sultx lteculir rice, tOi. Tomorrow only, $42.50. Wesii. 6. Williams, Furniture Carpots, Drapery, 7thandDSts. N. W. A Blessing for Women. "Our Native Herbs." An Absolutely safe onl uever JftUmp remeJ for all ailment peculiar to women. Giro It & fair and Impartial trial, and you'll never again Vo without it In the hou. All Druggist Does She Like MU8IG? CI?e her a GRAPHOPUONE. A charming gift, suitable for m ether, wife, dauchter or sweeth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 December 1895

-vfs$ls.3-v'JW .qa -j-0!sr-!S rw i"J5w-b-t,a rifoi&l.-'&pgi ScSTSfcfSSi 54v5Srt?i5?5SWi,,SS5,K M.j?ri5E,iitv,J'r -icil THE MORNDSTG TIMES. SATffKPAT, PECJSMBEB 14, 18g5. FEASTED BY THE ALUMNI Eumbar of Friends of Coliimbiau University Entertained. Addreso,-. ,IV Pres-idt-nt Wliltinuii. ltes.,lr. Greene nud limit- fiitulleCorlNH. Tin- Alumni Association or Columbian University t utcrlaliicd quite a large- nuni bcr of tin- irlcnds of tin- institution last evening in Hie lecture ro.mi and in the re ception hall. The flisi part or the proceedings was conducted by Mr. Jesse II. Wilson, tliu president of the association, wltli -Mr. Ilonnrd I.. Uodgklus as. Sccretarr. Ad dresses nlallng to" the past, present and future or the uniierslty wire dihterod bv Fn-sidcnt Whitman and Rev. llr. S. II Greene. Hie president or tue association confined hmisi-ir lo an fi.tcri-stiug sketc:i or the wwcm iatinn. and a discussion or the application of education lo produce thu highest citizenship. Ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 December 1895

-- s,A-ffn''r,"-0"" -s-lv-- -sKfXt. -. J5F&3P?' ""zg: ijgjijfs -.-H. - ,f3SgSK 55v?5S 8 -THE MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1895. El H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO. Can We "Suit" You? (( Plenty RIPSNORTER M A GENUINE Of all sizes iu those MenVand Youth's $10, 12 and $14 all-wool suits we are selling, at Only First-class, Re- I J liable Goods-on Credit Easy Payments: I II fcPU.D. A Clothing Sale Without Parallel or Equals Blue and black cheviots and neat mixtures in tweeds, cheviots and cassiineres, in double and single-breasted sacks and cutaway frocks. Better see them today. It's the biggest cloth ing value you ever saw, Your money back if you arc not satisfied. Another big lot of children's short-pants suits that have been $5 and $6, today only IN THE ENTIRE ANNALS OF WASHINGTON'S CLOTHING SALES. We are going to get from under! We are going to unload our enormous stock of fine Overcoats, Suits, Trousers and Children's and Boys' Clothing at a tremendou...

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

rvZ3&&gg&&SIB&s'- ns-cjK iSLTJEfli J 'a Fl-W-"1 - . QQ7 Q4J was tha TIMES' circu it), Ql I lalion for last wask. mt ime THE HEA.THER TO-DA.Y.- The STAR'S circulation JM) M for last week was , . . 103, ULt Falr. Warmer. "Westerly "WlndB. WASHINGTON. D.- C., SUNDAY MOENINGri DECEMBER 15, 1893.--TYTC N Y TAGES. TnREB CENTS. VOL. 2. NO. 638. OXTEEN FA OFiEW OCT! NTH sTsssrfSpcr "jw' fTfFKm S EVERY 12 HOURS, 5 -DRINK Washington Brewery Gompanu's Brewed from the finest malt and hops, and pronounced by analysis to be ;: Strictly ' Ptlre." BREWERY AND OFFICES, 4tti, Otli, E and F Sts. N. E. , City. Telephone, 1293. HARRYtWILLIAMS -.Manager. Great Comer, : : That 2d Si. and Florida Aye. I. E. Wh1? Because you always get your money's worth; always get first quality goods; and always come again. You appreciate a good thing when jou see it. "Why? Because the proprietors are not run by any one; they do their own business and fix their own prices, irrespective of others; arc n...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 December 1895

""-jr 'V"i, 35et?; Sit? -&!p - THT5 'MOTIVING TIMES gUNPAYV DECEMBER 15, 1895. ;-y-i.-fe J OPEN EVENINGS TH,L-CHRISTMAS. A Vast Aggregation Of Usef uLGif ts. -There's no place in town where there's so much of a choice in jif Is as at the up-to-date Furniture Establishment. " The different pieces of furniture, large and small, cheap and expensive the Rugs, oriental and do mestic the beautiful "draperies and the many articles 3-011' 11 find in a well stocked Upholster' Department, make most accept able gif.s. We'll give a few furniture ideas a few prices a few descriptions first guides to the man)' good gifts you'll hnd Here. $10.85. Iadies' writ ing desk, solid mahogany throughout, feet 7 inches wide, swell front, full length drawer,,, shaped lower, shelf, roomy interior, with two drawers and pigeQn. ImJps. brass rail top. The finest desk in solid jnahog under $16. anv ever sold Price, $10. S5. We boupfct ). entire Hoes of two mm ulactureis. There' nut suuh an. o4.or howler of li...

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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