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

CPL r- &ZZ-- rr " THE JIOILSTXG TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBEll 21, 1895. ?y (JIVE SENSIBLE ... PRESENTS. .. Do not throw yoyr money away on things that delight the recipient for a day only. We have them if you want them,, but gifts of the practical kind -are' the kind that vull receive more than a day's favor. This Wrapper, 97c. WHAT A SPLENDID CHRIST MAS PRESENT THIS WEEK. OVER Made of Flannelette, in pret ty dark Shades. Lined to the waist. Perfect fitting. Large leg o' mutton sleeves. Full Fedora front, belted in at the waist. Plaited back. Neat turn-over collar. All sizes. Only 97c. Jill 3yaBw- Buying that sample .line of Aprons enables us to sell you Aprons at about half price. Aprons make such practical presents' for Domestics. Nurses, Cooks. Gingham Aprons "for 12c. Vhite Lawn Aprons, 15c, 18c, 20c and25c You'll expect to pay more. ,. , SmhAHs 420, 422, 424, 426 S.Kann,Sons&Go.i ii 8th and Market Space. $1498 10K- A $30 Garment. 30-inch Electric Seaf Capes, full 100-inch ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 December 1895

BSSg!gra-Sf'rr';-iiKtD??' ",:r;G?:stv-53-?r''T7 '-''- .' -- 0 THE MOEXLNGr TIMES, SATUKDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1805. JJallr Bargain You are looking . for -. Xmas Gifts. "Vc have manj pretty and sen sible articles we can show you. Children's Chairs A magnificent lino or theso. Tables All shapes, sizes and description. Dressing Tables Birch, Mahogany, Antique-Oak or White Enamel, Odd Dressers White Enamel many dainty deilgns. Chiffoniers llany styles and different kinds of wood. Wash. B, Williams, Furniture. Carpets. Drapery. 7th and D Sts. N. W. Two Dollars For One. 8 lbs Cream Candy...... 8 lbs .ood I-nrd. or 4 lb Tare Lard - Slbs jllxed Nuts (strictly fresh). 2 1 Gallon Sew Orleans Molasses is $1.00 No part of this Hat sold separately, ex cept at my regular prices. O'H&RE'S Cash Grocery, 1420 7th St. N. W. Joining O-street Market. Health, Vigor, Life Itself DDnds upon the purity and, richness or tte BLOOD. Impnre and Imiroverlsbed blood means disease In a multitude of forms. JCo me I...

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

yr' THE MORXECTG TIMES, SATtTHDATT, DECEMBEU 21, 1S95. J"!'"- f. PI FORJHEDEFEHSES War Department Has Laid Tor pedoes and Dug Mines. AEOUHD SEABOAftD 0IT1ES "Wu-dilncton I lrofeed by Submarine- Volcanoes I'iwited. In tlio Hirer AbaiitTvYelveMllenDovvii Knjjluiid Huh Kim Charts of All Our Forll f lent Ions. It lias been letrned at the War Depart ment that in the last, two years It lias pre pared an extensive plan for the defenses of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Balti more and Washington and other larger cities close to the ocean through submarine Biinesand torpedoes, recognizing: thatatthe present rie or progress on furliflcatlcns and the lack of sumclent f ands no adequate de-fen sccouid be secured inside otteil years' and that sliould we be attacked from the seas, there would be ready mines loaded with tons of explosives, which would cf-rectnjllyblocSthctutrani.oofanyrieet.bou--evcr slrou:?. such deleaves, however, cannot be used to advantage except at pons where the channels ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 December 1895

"W - '.5SS V THE MORNING TIMES, SATUKDAT, DECEMBER 21. 1895. MUST PAY UL THE TAXES Properly Owners to Be' Reas sessed far improvements. CHICKEN ALSO FOR WATER MAINS VWWWW W H 3P FREE! i flp if 2 H $14, $12 and $Iu jH SacK- and Cutaway H Suits Ends Tonight. aB 5 Bj Better come in Today H W 4 B an take advantage H 5 R of this opportunity to m iEI secure one of our in- M C ? sk comparable Suits at jB K $ k suchaninsignifi- Jflr S .m, cant price.W ONE FOURTH off Pants Suit, Overcoat and partment until closing time Tuesday, 24th inst. 1? ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., 12th and F Sts. g$Ffe. WWVWVWWW, WV fr3 For Yourself Your wife, your children, or your house. Our credit prices are as cheap as any cash prices you can find. " Ji WSm The Finest Kersey Orercoat In the eity iiaoo Men's Stylish Drss Suits...!. .$10.00 Men's All-wool Business Suits . 17.00 Children's Knee Pints Suits... 12.83 (Were W.W ) Handsome Assortment of Onyx Ta bles, f 1.73 up. A Oak Cash or Credit. Payments adjusted to sui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

tyE? -&'' ( 4 wasat!i3 TIMES' circa- be ftimes THE WFVTHER TO-DA.Y. " J IWU Idt'U.I 1U1 11M WJJ.I. Fulr. CoollT. Westeaij- Winds. 'Tjie STAR'S circulation. JQ7 CQQ for. last week was , . . lufjULu HAMED THE COMMITTEES ABDUL HAMED IS CAUTIOUS CLOSING A FAMOUS CASE gCETYLEHE YEfllf ELUSIVE DRINK f'i VOL. 2. NO. 645. WASHINGTON, pT C, SUNDAY MOKNIXC PECEMBEK 22 1895 TWENTY PAGES. THI.EE CENTS. SIIXTEE PAGES 'OF IMEWS EVE.IRY 12 HygSSQCTS., A (MQMTH i i ? A Washington Brewery Company's Breivcd from the finest malt and hops., and pronounced by analysis to be " Strictly - Pare." BREWERY AND OFFICES, 4tMtMandFSts.H.E..Citj. Telephone, 1293. HARRYIWILLIAMS - - - Manager. Features Fro m The Evening Times If you miss any news In tlieniorijlnir wilt ion, look ov er t he list below . What vou're Iookluir for nun printed twelve hours iH'fore In the evening edition. Take iMith edition's and vou'll miss nothing. BULLS AND BEARS GO WILD cconel Day of Wall Street's Smashing of Prices. QUIET BRIT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

s " ! 2 , THE MORNTKGr TIMES, SJJ2TDAX, DECEMBER 22, 1895. fW-WW Open Evenings Till Christmas. . Aeolian Concerts Every Evening. RICH, PRETTY GIFTS REASONABLY PRICED -We cater to the substantial, lasting that are best appreciated after all. Furniture, GarpetsJDraperies" and Upholsteries leave a big"raSgefor a choice and in the many grades and varieties you can .find what you want at the price you want to'-pay for it. $7.85, Mahogany finish Di van, like the illustra tion, properly uphols tered, covered in silk tapestry, "well con structed and finished -a leader at S7.S5. " Easy Chairs. A .wall - .made, shaped .Lav 13) for .comfortably (Jbair. worthC-iTa That Morr sJhalr t nt is tlio talk rf tlio town iho chair vwltb reversible nil.linl-'elufl. edfu hions wcsoll Covered in-donunv... .;.... e?;S0i In corduroy, nl ......... 1S.-3 an-vivet,iit aiass w. K Moses & Sons iF .-Street Corner Eleventh. r Ivfc &m ! The Time Is Terribly-Near! That note we "hare1given''tp Bergher-Bros. wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

" 'V (;.-. .-. ,T?$:f j,jojr',VSI?-i'' -&t -XitiJ - --. - -" " -"V 3r4-JcV SW. r TILE MORNING T13LES, SUNDT, PECEMBER 3 1893. n EVERYOHEJSJIHSETTIED No Yay Yet Seen Out of the Financial Difficulty. ACTION IS STILL BLOCKED i Iti'liutiliiun- Sorry T'liey Undertook to Orgunl7i tliu senate Wish They Witp Out No Itemc'dliil I.cetlxlu tlon Can Ho 1'iikmsI Cold Men Will Not Ayreo to I)emiuid.of Silt crlte. ANACOSTIA GETS-A SALCM In Spite-of-Kigorous-Opposition the LieeflseflBiGranted. Only Out- Application, "flint of "HIII'h intf" ItiJeetd.' OiiJit Elulity. . ilHlluis'FJ.'UJj Stjinilatlotir.. Republican Senators now wish they hadn't. They have started in to organize the Senate anil can't droii It. The) want to bud enough. ir nn.v thing should liapicn next week to fonv tin- Democrats to ri main In possrssion or tin; Senate ll.i' Republicans would lie me-st hnppv. They art' praying for it, but tvill their piars be hcnid? The silver men are ill tlie ascendency. They liae it toto In the Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

-r- SV -tsgiOT - -." f-'-v J"--?' THE MOB SING- TIDIES, S.LLNDAY, DECEMBER 22, J 533. 4 TheWasliinntonTime lS!OKM.vC,ETKJiU.ofAXSOSDlT f' 0VND AND 1SSUK0 ill The Kabliington Times CompaaT. TWES BUILDIXa. KtlBWECT COkMU I"Eisn.vsii AnaM.ASB "'ItNTUblKKKT Ttlrrhcne Editorial Rooms. H, Business Offiio' 3!T. rrlw-MornuiR rr Erenlng Edllloa.ODB Cent fcradnr Edition. L'enu- jlcnthly Jjt Carrier Moronic and Sunday. Thirty-live Cents. F.renlnt Thirty Cents. K'fandl PTT CENT, Mindar, j The Times' Branch Oliices. ThpTlniCH"t.lttloIfowMercIiantrf" mn-CTirotliolrupiilyorMoriiliilIBiM EvenliisTimCHiittliefollowluBliranon ef flora: Frank Smltli; 4th and G ts. nw. M. McNnltr. t330 1-Mli t. nw. A. V- McCloskoy, 1312 7111 it. nw II. Untie. 2153 Pa. ore. nw. JosepU Linden, 400 th Bt. " W. . MucVny . Ml. Ilt. ne. JoiwuU rctlisuut. 009 7th Bt. iw. WASHINGTON. D. C. DECEMBER 22. 1805 American bugaboo, nmlnsforCoiigress.that bodyis MM lu ncKUsc so to speak. Etcn. thelr''tamhcst. friends, the editors, arc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

rtLB MOB KING- TIMES, SUN DAT, DECEMBER 22, 1895. rzx m n KING'S, PALACE .USEFUL HOLIDAY "GIFTS! What can you give to jTour mother, wife, or daughter that will be more appreciated thaiTa handsome Cloak or Jacket? Our assortment is simply magnificent almost boundless in its wonderful variety. Here are four items: - , , $6 and $5 Jacket? and Capes, ' $3.9S. 75 Ladiea' and Misses AH Wool Heaver and KerMV Jackets and' Canes, some hair satin lined, with larce sleeves ripple back. 4-ln(ton eTeits. made in the latest stsles. all sizes, black and blue, and are. , worth $5 and SG. While they last $3.98. $10 and 19 Jachcts, $10 and $9 l'lush Capes, $10 and $9 Cloth Capes, $6.9S. G5 of them. Including rouch ard plain cloth Jackets, pluehes. plain and fur trimuud. with full sweeps. Franklvn and box stvle Jackets, extra larce fcleevcs. ripple backs, finest duality kcrbev and rouch cloths, a few Astrakhan Jackets ainonir this (rood value, at $10.00 and 38.00. at $6.98. DOLLS AND TOYS. For two day...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

--!- -- arx--f $. THE IOKSLLvG TLMJfS, STUS-DAY, DUOlZZUlER 22, 1895. la lly HargainV You are . looking for Xmas Gifts. We have many pretty and sen sible articles we can show j'ou. Childre'n's'Chairs A magnificent line of thesa Tables v -';& ' All shapes, sizes an 1 description. ' , Dressing. Tables -"l nircn. Alahojanj, Antique Oak or 'White Enamel, i '!-. Odd Dressers Whits Enamel meuj- dalntj deafens. Chiffoniers JIany styles and different kinds ol wood. Wash. B. Williams Furniture, Carpets, Drapery. 7th and D Sts. N. W. Such prices as these naturally bring a crowd. Why pay jobbers' and retailers' profits when you can get clothing- direct from the manufacturers at less than the manufacturers', prices. Samples of the Prices: Men's Blue and Black Kersey Overcoats, 44 inches long, 4 inch silk velvet collar, double warp Italian lining sell in every retail store for $14....". S4.SQ Men's Heavy Winter rtft nn Suits that usually re- v9 flf tail for S10 OU.UU Men's Double and Sin gle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

..?v -- -lr-s-c?"'tv' J-.-'-1c- F T-,- ... ;W'",-v'' the xopyrMCK tiao?,. stjypAjr. djjqemsbb ss, as9& too rtra cmsitcK Fag'n Turned the Tables on Jack White's Horse. GEM. MILEOH DEFENSES "fr-f"'iSKfi All the Atlantic Seaboard" Cities Are Dangerously Exposed. INCREASE STANDING, ARMY T jjfK-rg "We have filled a taGTe with about eighty fine, stylish yiIlter'0vercoats) all this season's styles, in riav blue and black, in kerseys', melt'ons, beav ers and a few Oxfprd nyjcturesT They are custom made, silk, worsted' and Italian cloth linings' finished" with velvet collars, arid represent the finest overcoats manufactured. 'They are twos and threefs'bf1 a-nflniberof lots in odd sizes, yet there are-all sizes, from 32 to 42, in the lot. -; Ifj'ou appreciate this'offef as ypu should, they will all bcsold by -Tues dajr noon and eight'- men- will'have made themselves grand Christmas gifts. n . i i im Litivi A few more wordsabout our.way of doing business.vtWt: do not claim that our methods...

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

- v'? V,V3fcf'7 S" -y-w- h ' ,-3-?v 'f-- .- TT -ajViV- ' TJ.Ov.- fc1 THE MOHNrsa TIMES, SUDAY,-DECEMBER 122, 1895. . M. u h m M$V&W WW'i THE pleasure of gift buying isdoubled HERE. The fact that you buy goods of practical utility counts for part of it.The big variety of all sorts of articles for men counts for some, and the specially low prices counts most of all, as it nearly doubles the purchasing power of your dollars. Here are some, special inducements for tomorrow and Tuesday: 'S3 t I aii of our sapSp.so-sa and $ 1 .75 Neckwear at'. $1,38. Newest color's and "de signs in Tecks, Ascots, De Joinvilles.Four-in-h'aKds, Puffs, Bows, etc: JOtrTer Neckwear.as low-jag5c. Good value, too.", a - 2 Bath Robes: c Choice of all $8.50 arid" $10 Trench" Flannel Robes at $6.50. TtieS7v50 and $S.EO Eiderdown ones are S5, and .the.. SSlind $5 ones are $4. A, small lot of , plaid and check Vicuna Smoking Jack ets. Have been S5 and S7r50.' To close,, S2.50. . -,. The sale of Boys' Short Pants ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

'& jf-a . Ay - ' . Partii THE WASHIWTON TIMES Pages 9 to 20 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1895. - W'VWWfe? 5 ,STM&-' 5 'MhI a 5 r 2 HT1 I&7I r Free With Shoe Purchases. Lovely Holiday Souvenlrs-to Adults. Delicious Xmas Candies to the Children. w' t Some Helpful TOR .MEN": t t t t t t 50c Kersey Overgalters at Velvet and Cordovan Slip pers ZSc 48c fl pretty Chenille Worked Handsome Velvet Slippers B9c Comfortable Tan and Black Goat Slippers $1.00 $2 quality Tan and Hack Vlcl Kid "Opera" and "Faust" Slippers S1.SO Good wearing Calf. Kid and RubbcrBoots $2to$5 00. Hand-made Patent Leather and Enamel Dress felloes. ."C3.00 These For. Ladies. Extra quality Storm Rub berg Idc $1 warm lined Slippers and lCMiutton Lecglnitt.es.. .. 88c White and Black Kid. also Patent Leather Sandals.. Si ,oo Warm-lined Jersey Lecclns sti .sss $2 Fur trimmed. Cloth. Hon do I r. Juliets and Carriage Hoots.. .-x.-i.no $2 50 Pink. Ulue. White or Canary colored Harxlals. also richl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

-Y-rU- wrawA5Sr?s r" " 'T -.-;? s-iri'3yils&W tf THE MOSSING -ITMEfc,, 3JJBLPAT, DECEMBER -22, 1895. . 10 -0W J'-'l'S- S!6?rtir E0IH1 JT1GI GOSSIP Two New Plays for New York Theater-Goers. "BONNIE SCOTLAND" IS ONE Paul lottiT and 11111 Nvo'h "SI air l'urtv" Is t tin Other Johii'Oare to 1'ollow Uenrr Irilnir ut Abbev'H. ClirtMniiiH lluMui'iMut AIltlieTlicu tiTu Very Foor. New York, Dec 21. Tbere are two Hew plays In Iowa this week. "A bus Purty" was presented for the first time on any stage Tucsujy uight at the Garden, jnd "lloiinle hiouand" was seen at the Four-teenth-otreet Theater Mondj- Light; "A BUB I'art'' Is a musical uawaly, wrlt Uii by l'.iai I'otlter nod Hill Nye, produced by A. M l'a mer, staKi-d by lllcli.ird Barker unil aclel by Louis llitrri&oji, Charles Coo le, Marie Ureter, U era Id I in: llcCaim, Sadie McDoaa'd and others. What belter recom raeiidatlon coald I slve any performance Liau to inrnllou such a combination of clever people? The farce Is a satire on ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

w"- -J"" g r,vi7vtrj? THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, I89tr. 11 SCUFFLES JIJ0I6BES Hall of the House the Arena of Pugilistic Encounters. THREE MEMORABLE SCENES NoK-dSlntenmeti'WIioHxerclMiilTln.'lr ilm-clcw iii Sctlllni; Disputes Hon. Gitlu-,liu, A Grow a Principal Ho Knocks Out un AntuKonlst Three Timer, in a Single Iculnif. The spectator who Bits In a gallery overlooking the Bouse chamber to wit ness the proceedings Irom day to day, aud whose eyes are gladdened by an occasional glimpse or his zealous member as he poses belure the country in his first CougrcsiOiial clothes. Is reminded by nothlug that trans pires in these tame opening days of a newly constituted national legislature of the many thrilling scenes that were en acted upon that lloor in the earlier Con gresses. There have been since the "riltles" some very exciting impromptu exhibitions there, as, for example, the struggle over the force bill; the episode in which .Messrs. Washburn ami Donnelly and Uos.-e.iu and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

v-, -,-, .. - 12 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1896. SOME FAMOUS BACHELORS Why Thirteen Great Men Failed to Marry. SCIENTISTS AND STATESMEN Shattered Ideals and Maternal Influence Kept Many in the Single State. The genuine misogynist Is a rare bird. In (be longest list of famous nieu who have studiously avoided Hymen auu his rites, all liave cherished and enjoyed a strong rcmlnino influence In tlieir lltcs and were in no sense women haters. Perhaps the only modem Instance of a man's deoisllug from marriage be cause of au openly Indicated disliko of women is Algernon Charles Swinburne, tho poet. Naturally of a cry retiring nature, and reserved to coldness, be has pointedly avoided women wnercver he could, and though exceedingly warm and faithful in his friendships with men, for few women has he shown the smallest admiration or understanding. Any one of the weaker hex, whose mind is cultivated bejoud the limits set by old-fashioned prejudice is, in his eyes, the most unattra...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

&Ai?&-'iyxg!Z''-r tcfc'?Si-SSS "trSS -? r' h5v KS'-sr-S?!?' B - fZ r-?T?353r,i?-- i jJtSKI:tT5eT,-T-' - -"- ' THE MOBNINa TIMES,' STlSfDAYr "DECEMBER 22, 1893. 13 ROYALTY'S SANTA CLAUS What He Will Bring Princes and Princesses. KOXDERFUL PARISIAN THINGS What Doth Hedge a Baby King and Confine His Child ish Pleasures. A. lub troJRseau Is the proper pre-cnl forllieChr!sti1iiMby. Amltlieliali lueir Is a Uirlslm.is present to the f.imily. There are man ot tticso Christmas Iialjk-s to bo di-irlbutcd this ChrlMm -. Tidings of those of high degree have been borne o-er I mil and -ci until all the world knows or thciu. Klh f those of lass f.i-orcd .position comes In the multitude ot mii.iU troue.ius which are being ill plajesl In the Miupsamong the liolldaj pur- Tho'iiio.t Interesting prep iralions are being nialeln the ork famil for .1 pU Bi it to oung Prince Edw.irel. This 1k is ..... ",i.i .. h.iif nlil. ami Mauds alone 1)5 a eh Ur. UK nurM.r lias Just been taken Bw.i- from him. a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

1 , 5, - 'is.arz'spirF.-i . r -ffS3 T.-""j: " THE MOB NINO TIMESy.'SUN DAY, DJEOEMBEB 22, 1895. -ssc. Eli L r --Sri-oW"?- -v a ZITag'gou be merry ' and, enjoy the happiest Christmas of your life. Don't forget when buying your Christmas Suit that we are selling our entire stock of Clothing at off our already low prices. We are specially well fixed in those little etceteras that every man likes to receive for Christmas gifts. Gloves, Umbrellas,. Canes, Neck wear, Suspenders, Silk Handerchiefs, etc. "We put things up in fancy boxes without charge. tfietU &. "tf ' e-;P.tvaai -t ... 1J.- P.5 to, ;ltma9 aavoU v- " 3& ftW r a 4 ot 71 oft rov ....ni' eo" . a OS1" i. it 1J1J . toes 1 , tin oi LOEB A HIR8H, 910-912 F Street. WHITE BUILDING. - -Vfc1 3i& .XtOH 2 709 -n st. V4. N. (SisenTTtann's Christmas Souvenirs are worth your inspection. We have bought from a New York Consignment Sale a big stock of DOLLS, at Iess than fifty cents on a dollar I Every one "of them muatk closed out...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

JH, -- -r- -- '- t J' w THE MORNING TIMES, 'SUNDAY1 DECEMBER 22, 1895. "V,J Ctt&ftioriS Ire Iter Living fRETTY LITTLE WOMAN WHO DESIGNS SOl'A 1'ILLOWS. Hypnotic Ball Cushions for Men and Those With Pock ets for Women. (Copyright, 1S05, by Rynian Interview Syndicate.) Where do all tlic sofa pillows come from? Tills question has been solved by a woman more curious than tlie rest, 'who trucked the sora pillow trull to its very starting place. She noticed a thousand new patterns for pillows and fi.000 new ways of decorating theni. The Interest was aroused and her curiosity piqued until she made Inquiries that put her on the "cent. When she dropped In to make her first call uiwn the sofa pillow -woman, she found her lying ukji a small Xnglish courting seat, not more than a jnrd In -width, but so piled with cushions that It seemed like a monstrous couch. The back reached to the -window sill, the front was an irregular outline in soft- j yonr Inside perfect and tbc outside will take ca...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 December 1895

-rTg055JWV' "v' V" a rKT-53-- " Vf5" pF- TITfT 'aX'jrf .- r ' 16 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1895. --ra-r R Womaa llj- IIOIIUIIT IIAltlt. Autlior ot "The Kaco anil Hie Mast," "In tlic Midst or Alarms'" etc. Cjiyrlclit, 1803, Ijy Kplnrt Barr. CHAPTER XXIII. r.dltli Loiigwortlvnltti that prrclouslilt of uirr I" lier pocket, unco more Kv Hue her li.uii.nui and droe to Wwitvorlh's ot rice. A.iiu i-lie took the only easy chair in tin- room. Her face was Very erlou,niirt Wvulwortli, the inonii-iit tie &uw it uul 10 liiinself, "lio has failed." "Hae you tclesraiihed to Mr.Kciijoii?" felie asked. "Yes." "Are you sure jou made It clear to him vhat was, irauledT Cablegrams are apt to he rather brief." "1 told hluilo keep In communication with in. Here is a copy of the cablifrraiu." Mlbs Longortli read It approliigly,but said: "You have not pittlntlio word 'answer. "Xo. Hut I put it In the llpatch 1 tx.nl. I remember that now." "Have ou had au aiiMTCr jet?" "Oli.no; you tee it ...

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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