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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 March 1896

-sfsn,. s- vffCf", , j-t5 V ?LJu..'.JJIH P"-r r EV.r'-iT i&S7S? 1 T. w: SMlgll2!!??!???!!?! - - '"JS w -'. ?--,3 . r "i.-T;i.i!.w!ii2 a w?wirT " , , - ' ? - ."" - v,j - - -- 4. v ww5 r; -;" js t -'.-? " - " -tjj5 -,- - - -s. - rvJaf,v" ' . i- - THE J:TE'N.iyGTIM'Bg;"TP3!!8DAT; TkTARCBf 81, 189. ft 8 LIGHT Topcoat weather now sure enough. Better come and let us fit jou with one. You'll find it lot's more comfortable than wearing- the hsavy-weight, to say nothing of the looks. Prices are very moderate, $10, $12.50, $15 or any price you care to pay up to $35 all correct in st3'le, perfect in fit, and well tailored. Spring Suits, too. Biggest and best line we ever had. Same range of prices as the Overcoats, $10 to $35, and all new styles. The Hat Store ?5 Derby is onlv S3 HERE, because you only pay for" the hat, nothing for the "name in the crown. An- block you want We have them all, and guarantee them, too. Robinson, Chery & Co., 12th and F Streets. THE RUSH Greater Than Ever -...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 April 1896

Tkf.st-' S MQ-Mfl was the TIMES' circu- ! 2 00,3311 lation (or last ml I ! The STAR'S circulation 107 flQQ l for last week was. ... 10I9U09 1S XCLU3IVE alt'da7 lerrie of tha Wnltatl V tines Preu, tba Haw England Aj-clatl rrcn, tha SouUura Aij9:Ual?r)iit the Row York Cats Ajiociitil Praiij inp plementelby tha exclaim rlii: to pablUh in WaiblngtJnthaHaw Yorx EaU cdt- rignt. caoia atmei ax AVASHLNGrTOX, D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, A1MITL 1. IS'JR EIGHT PAGES. f? VOL. 1. if O. 207. ONE CENT. LUCAS TIUSJIJ STORY Describes How He Quarrelled With and Struck Taylor. WITNESSES FOR DEFENSE THE DISTRICT HAS ALL THESE, BUT TEHUVESJL0STATIF1BE Ramshackle New York Tenement Burned to the Ground. INMATES CAGED LIKE RATS V , Tl-t c-,- ,, .na f. f, l",J' Qftte J r - Tliey Tt'Httf y Conce-i uliiK tlio Trouble-1-liyHlclans Willi Svve-ar Tlmt tlio Dead Man Wiw In Had I'lijMrul Slmpi Wlillo AlUu-bomo of tlio Ollieri Tcmlnioiiy. I j The trial of John Lucas lor uic imn.in of 01lcr Tajlor vvas coiumue-ei .1 - ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 April 1896

" 'SF1I$? .s!S36--fr -.-VWj-'-S'j Hjvlips THE JSVEyrffSf TIfESl JSTES'barT, APBIL 1, 1896. ? The bojs arc entitled to a ? souvenir, so wc give tbcm a J backboard free with every J f salt. 0 I Our way of j crediting you Is the right way. First j place, yon don't bare to know 4 us to enjoy the privilege. AH A we want is a promise to pay J so much cacli week or month. J You can arrange the amount J to suit your Income. There's J no legal documents to sign W the "promUc to pay" ' r enough. 0 "Mother's Friend" shirt J waists for boy you know S them. And now wc offer them at cut prices on credit. J You never heard of tlieniselL- 9 lng under price before. 9 59c each j For the Inunele red ones, made 4 of fine in rail", and jou know J how Mrr-ngly they're made. And on crclit, too. T Ladle-,' Suits of black serge and fancy mixed cloths. Your choice of cither reefer or tuxedo jacket nicely lined and ery M)lihly made, and worth $8. $5.98 each and yoor own time to pay for them. Ladles' 811k and ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 April 1896

3?35TF' I f U TnE EVENTNt TIMES, WJSiyyEgDAY, AP1IIX 1, 181)0. -r s-. 2 't-t&'f&Sl r. Lx A I.- l'arkcr, llridCtl A Co., Clothier. SIS Till St. v L "EASTER" SALE OF BOYS' SUITS. Special Prices All This Week. As an. Easter offering1 to our little boy friends we will give a baseball and bat free with even suit of clothes. Boys' $2.50 Suits, $.'.95. 250 lm .' Scot eti Wool !-hort Pa ill i Sun, v.irn-tv or -i.il terns. Hc-jai-kir prliv. ?.S11. PiuiiJl Cl UC Ea-tiT"' price- PI.JJ A lin-cb.ilt and hat fne with thi-i SI !rMilt .i-i 1. vll jsvvilhthehl-'licr priced Milts! Boys' $4 SuitsT $2.50. 30O Ilovs' Scotch Tvvtcd short I'.tnts Suits with extra pair ol Isiuts. in .1 v.irifiv uf juttcrns. o-t Jim 51.01) -1115 where. ff1) Cfl lkfure Kapler price .. .. 4.UU Boys' $5Suis,$3.75. 300 Hni' rineCnmtiliiallon Short l'anis Suit-, Willi extra pair or p. nit- ami up to nuitili.-trictl) all wool, in Mack ami n.ivj blue chev iots, .nut .1 v.inetj of Scotch mixture. fot vnti elsewhere tr.r-00....

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 April 1896

v- - 'w-f,V?C ss5sREsssn95gsssgi lPPp5P8il - - K1 THE ETj;yiJfTmE8,yEt)irPAy APJBIL 1, 1896. - I - Jj -.! THE WASHINGTON TIMES (Monsixc, Evrsrxo and Scmiiv), OWNED AND ISSUED BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, TIMES HUHiDISO. EorrilWFST CollVER PENXXYLVANIAAVE SCE ASU TKX'TH STUr.KT. Telephone Editorial Koouu. !!. HusliitM Office, 3f7.s Tilce MorniiiR or Eicnins Edition. One Cent Sunday lilitiou Three Cents Monthly, by Carrier MnrnlnK and Sunday Thtrty-flvo Cents F.tcning. Thirty Cents Kvcuing audi TiKTV Cfnts MiiicUy. I Y MAIL, I'OSTAOi: l'HEPAID. Mornluc, Evcnlmr unci Sunday.... 50o Murulnu i"l Sunday 35" Bvoulnc und Sunday 3"c WASHINGTON. D. C APHIL 1. 1S90. GROWTH That's the essential to success in the publication of a new spapcr. The his tory of the youngest newspaper in Washington shows a percentage of sudden and healthy growth never at tained or approximated by any Jour nal in this city or in the country at large. The Times Grows in GircLiIeition. No newspaper has ever gained s...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 April 1896

y':H?3r'55i7 S.'S'.'-ftW-1 'w-- - "" THE EVE N IKfhTBIEang-jtfrgPNES DAY.- AP RIL I . 1 89B. FLAWNEO ufEMlPT CBRCLI THO: v"-i-v sej&ssZZ-r'g HOME L U-' pnnnmmHrninnBHWHHmimmiHniP Lansburgh t Bro. BUY A GOOD CORSET, J E It Pays in the End. The Her Majesty's Coraeta sell for 2.75 and 83.80, but it will out-war a. balf dozen cheap cort and Ioolc at tha dlffer onco it makes in the fit of your dress.. A magnificent figure ob tained by wearing Her Majesty's Corset. The perfection of fit and finish eauo and etogance im parting an air of grace and sym metry to the wearer. Her Ma jesty Cornets are highly recom mended by us. I SPRING SUITS. Let u prove to you that we can give you a perfect fit and form a good selection of pat terns in & Ready-mado Suit. Ladlen, you can avoid any amount of trouble and annoy ance, nndgetjuct as perfect a fit by buying your clothes all ready made. Wo have a splendid line of Suite; also Separate Skirts and Separate Waists. YOUK EASTRK I'AKASOL 3 IS HE 1(1...

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

"mWV'&TZ℘ FSiSgwpP -SStssSy 4?"s35JtJ && T. THE EVESTyG- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, Ari?IL 1, 189C. FORTY THOUSAND. That's the Number of Physicians "Who Use the New Prepara tion for Dyspepsia and "Wasting Diseases. THEY DO SO HECAUSEIT IS NOT A SECI1ET PATENT MEDICINE. 4nd llei-iiiiKt They Kupw It Cures EcTy Form of IndljjeNtlou uild Stomach Tremble;. . s- 1IU& IRTI1 Tl-tXUliy Hlllietl CI1.1C HOI Jt'31 than 40.000 iUi)s!cians are using iirlnclors liiB the new discencry for imlli;estiiin told liy druggists under tiie name of Stuart's Djspcp&ia Tabids. Dr. Tciiiilmsou glees the folio wing reasons why Jill 8ii Kin- regard this new rciued with bo much fnor. First. lieciiuse It Unot a tetretiiatent med icine but a sclc-utlfic e-uniluujlioii of crc tal)le essences, pure aseilicjejisln, free from nnlnulinipuriliesand ora crj lilgliillgci-tii e juner, IiUiiiutli and golden sea). It lias been te sled rc ealeillj and the ex periments, hate pro en that one grain of the eliiWo...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 April 1896

SSsSeaT" Zf -'V-" '" THE .EVENING TIMES.! BDNEsTSa.V, APKIL 1, 1896. BA1LBOADB. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF 8IXTII AND B STREETS. In Effect .limniirj- (i, 1808. 10.30 A.. Ai. FENNSY LV AN IA LIM ITED. 1-UIH...II1 slreplnf;, DlniuK, aniok Ing. and Ohsvrvatloii Cars, Uarrtoijurs lo Clilcagii, Cint-iiuraU. InulaiiairoiU. al. Louis. CirWiani. anil Toledo. Bullet Parlor Car to llarrtsbars. ,.. 10 no -A. M.. r aoi lIiSU-Pullman lwoii Jw-iTcjr lu llarrblKirR Parlor anil Dining Car alns to rillsliurjr. 3 A o P. M. CIHCAIIO AND 8T. LOUld ?5"ltreT-Puliiujii Uulfet Fanor Cir to llarrl-Uirp. (iiK-pliiRatia DiniiiK Curs llarrlsOurg iul. UiiiU,Cuic.uiuii. louia vllle. and Chicago. .in p. HI. WESTERN EXFRESS. Puuiuaii ftirrpiiig Car to (Jhleapi -and Harrisburs 10 Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. SOUTHWESTERN EX PUESb. Fu..iiian Blveplng ami Dining Cars. to.M. Louis, and (Sleeping Car IlarrUburg to Cint-iiinati. 10.40 i.: ill. JACiriO EXPRESS. l-ullinaii bl-t'iiuig Car to Pitisburjr. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 April 1896

- svr aas!ftS!4ffW-t-W:'-''':,Hvf-6:i W' v'5'i. -At V,"S- lK V'S "iO,"'?f--!' -.?( THE EVENING" TIMES," WED S"ESOAT APJHTs 1, v!89. SHORT TOP COATS this year are shorter than ever better than ever here, too, and the biggest variety we ever had. Prices begin at SiO for good, re liable quality. Well tailored and perfect fitting finer ones at any price you choose to pay. up to $35. There's lots of interesting styles to be seen in the spring suits. New colors, new shades, new patterns, new styles. Same old reliable grades and same old low prices. Some very pretty shades of tan in the new shoes, totally different from those of last rcar. New shapes, too. sizes for men and boj's. Robinson, Chery & Co PI nTHP3 12th and F Streets, .cirxrrTyw w vwii VYA-A'A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-Atf 4 4 II7 a '11 " Cult ; Yvtn ouu a 1,000 Men H dl W lAllto Ull lilt JJUlldl . The failure of Kellar & Co., of Bond Street, Kj New York, enables us to make this startling prop- W osition. We grasped the CASH plac...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

?riB-SS,Sr"??i5rts'VJg?K'rti ' -J- 'li-ii.1 "5-r" t - - - -(rfjr I -v 4fc l was the TIMES' circa-1 tation tor last weak. Z CJXCtnsiVB sll-day Jerries of ths United V Preij, ta New England Atuelatsl Preu, tha Southern Aii03it3lPrji, ths Hew York State Ajioslatsl Frail, ap- 3 i plsmgntedbr ths exe!tuiv-risSt to publish J The STAR'S circulation JQ7 (QQ I for last week was . . . 10 JUKI ) 1 inV. is Washington tha Haw York Harili copy right Cabla Sarrica. washebigtox, d. c, tiiuhsday evening, aprll 2, isdg eight pages. OlsB CENT. VOL. 1. JSTO. 208. ;a,n-? -'yftfJ.Vg5':''. (Rie mm be You Ready for Easter ? Easter Suits AND Top Coats AT One-third REGULAR IFIEIOIEJS. Made by Custom Tail ors, Too! Tb MUfll Clothing Parlors, 407 Sev enth htri'i-t, prepare with a grand variety of CuNtom Made SultN and Top CcmtN for EuMer. Vuluen nru nuld to 1) greater tliun nny where In tin- city. Easter Is nearly Ijorc! The average man buys a new suit for Easter Sunday and per haps a spring topcoat. lie goes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

m$?mw sKJt- !plyp!3w35;K:3 THE EYE NLS G TIMES; rTH UBS DAY, APOTL 2, I89, r Therearearewunprincipleri 0 w dealers la town who will tell 0 k yon that we ctiarge ley the i r credit accommodation. Tc W 0 cure nothing for them. We 0 at will prove to im lilac wpx'il i ? FI.NEH Clothing for LESS f A MONKV than ANx" CASH J A HOTJKB la. tills city. J You Mothers S who hae boys lo clothe. We want to talk tojou today lo those uiotlieri to wliom. every ienny is a coceldt ra tion. We want to tell yon of our CKEllIT PLAN bow easy 1t la Tor yon to keep tbc little) ones and the big ones, too looking nicely. You can buy as much as yon wish you can pay the bill to suit yourself. Alfwe want Is a little dowu, und jou can cut down the balance bi weekly or monthly curtail ments. If the boy needs a pair of 1'ants, look. at. these for 39c. pair. They'reall wool and In sizes from 4 to 15 enrs. There isn't a dealer In town who doesn't ask 75c for their equal. t If tne Uiy needs a Bult. look at thesrCheviot...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

fBS!!fc!e?ss!sT "-- --J ME EVENWG TIMES, TttTTR&D'XY;r"PRTIJ 2, 1890. SINCERITY is a busi ness virtue. The sin cere merchant will tell his customers the truth because he knows it pays him best to do so. The sincere merchant will al ways give best value for the money. Our success has been due in a great measure to our sincerity. The latest for Boys! "DUPLEX SUITS" Two Suits within one. We have secured the Sole Agency for the famous "Du plex Suits" for boys. You mothers will appreciate their utility when you con sider that when closed it is a double - breasted reefer suit (for damp, cold days), and when opened it is a fancy "junior" with wide revers and very dressy. We have "Duplex" Suits in a variety of Scotch Mix tures and Checks, and also Navy Blue and Black, plain and trimmed, $3.50 to $7. Useless to try to get them elsewhere for we control them for this city. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. Lots of Crack Ball Players horrabinxs have been fitted out t...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

,, -' rt-wrp- Ai-. t"F5 'ii&e-& " " " " THE EVEUE TIMES,- i'PJEI UR$DA.Y 4-PSUj U, 1896. THE WASHINGTON DUES (MOIINING, EVESISO ASD SCSDAT), OWNED AND ISSUED DY THB WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, TIMES BUILDING. PoTrrmrrsT Cornkk nssxsTi.vASiA Ave- kue anu Tenth Stbket. Telephone Editorial Rooms. 4S8. llusineas Onlce, 317. Trice Morning or Evening Edition. One Cent Sunday raitloi Tlirco Cents Monthly, hy Carrier Mornins and Sunday Thirty-live Cents KiealuR. Thirty Cents Morning:. 1 Eveniiurand- FlFTV CESI3 feunday. I HY MAIL, VOSTAGE rHEPAID. Morulas, Evonlmr and Sunday 50o Morulas nnd Snndiiy 35o EvcuinK nod Sunday 35o WASHINGTON. D. C. AlMtlLS. IS90L GROWTH That's the essential to success in the publication of a newspaper. The his tory of the, 'youngest newspaper in Washington shows a percentage of sudden and healthy growth never at tained or approximated by any Jour nal in this city or in the country at large. The Times CroAs in Circulation. No newspaper has ever gained so man...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

..''-sp'vs.s. - J, JVJf-TS-WSSSs" y-SSSWi's "JaPF '".c"',i, THE EVENING HH UBS DAY, PLACED : i-,.r5jSSJ5t-ifi.itCif-'Sj'j"- APRIL 2, 1898. ... . v - - j , - 'i j . n f v y. n f. aEaCAiAMnns-raE-iK-ir the- ho v h r: w: n THD S PAG mmiiiiiiinnwnnnnnffwnnwiiiiiino MORE MONEY SAVERS. Our Famous Remnant Floor (3d floor) offers youeverso many good values this woek. You can savo much money on deslrab'e mer chandise. If yo visit this floor you ra sure t find some Remnant that you cou.d put to somacood use. This floor Is a'ways crowd ed with practical house-i keepers with an eye to e;onomy. This List only gives yon a Faint Idea of What To Expect A mixed lot or Wash Fabrics, in sliort lengths. Worti 8 to J2cycL For 5c per yd. 3,000 yards or Slikaline, Batiste and Cnallie Eemnants. Worth i2yscyd. For 4 3-4c.yd. A mixed lot of Woolen Dress : Goods Eomnanti Worth j 22 to 25c yd. For 5c yd. A large lot of dlvorse mor ' chandise, such as Percales, Ba- tlstes, Mousellnes, etc. Worth I2y2cyd. For 5c...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

!p'iP?aPSP ;iIJWV"!5:''-,3-'''--"-'"J'' THE EVENING TEJilX'tftfi&SffjL?,' 'APEIL 2, 1896. 0 EISI-'NM ANN'S. A Who Gets This Bargain? J 49c. This Standard L'nnt Wrapper, war ranUil fat color--., waii-t lined all through -ii. d rt tailed cverliiie at TCc W'c o.ItT lor Tiiday al -4-9 cent-. I v f t ECO Seventh Siro-"- N. W lpr"'926 Penna. Avt. ftfe "Complete AND How to Attsin It." A Wonderful New Medical llook.nrittcn for Men Only. One ropj in.-iy lie hail free on up-liciticn. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y. Ktiiiivnilier licit jour mrii cxpcric-iica inner,, that CONSIUKAC'Y NOT PltOVKN. Jurt In A. It. I. Ciihi-m rind One Di fciidunt Not ; 1 1 1 1 1 y . Ieinil. Mich.. April -".-The juri In tin r.-ic or it.c Federal gotcrniiicnt againt John C Billing, George M. Johnson ami Erin-! M Jewell, wlm were c hnrgs-d Willi couspirai . to obstruct the mails during llje ere.li . R.V. strike in 8!M. late lai night returned a tcr.llit declaring Jeweti not l'tult anil disagreeing as lei the oincr ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

q5W3gWiggwW!agrfs' " ivX''i'rW" "" 1P- p &r'ir-'SZt "5 TH& BVENINO TIMES,-yUBSPAT, APKlX 2, 1800. lt.UI.!IOA.TS. Pennsylvania . RAILROAD. STATION ColtV" ' SIXTH AXU 11 . STREET8. In Eff i-ct .iuuil.ery , t 8Utt.. 3.0.30 -A-. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIM ITUli. I'ulliuuii hliiplng, Uiniiic. sincik tag. and oi-tcrv.itiun eurs, IInriisburK to 'l iiuo. Cln111.11.1ll, Iiuii.inai'Oli--. Si. Louis. Cleveland, .ind luledo. UufTel Parlor Cir lu ll.irrliliuri;. 10.30 -A.. J5x. , l-ii LINE Pullman band 1 ntii iir to ll.irri--liuri;. Purler anil DIMiis v-irs ll.irri-,lrur-r to I'limi'urR. 3.40 r. as., uiica 1.0 a..d sir. louis Ex.rui:.-. ruimuii nura-t p.uior c.ir I -j llurri-tiurjc. -iiniiiiiRJmlDuiinRlari. Harrf sliurj: in M. Louis, CluciuiLili, Louis ville, ami Memo. r.xd r. 34. N.ESTERN EXPRESS.-i-tiiiiii.in .. .lcs Car lo CI11C.1-.0 anil ILirriiliurs u Cleveland. Duiin-; Car lo I'lilUKO. T.XO 4'. 3X. SOUTHWESTERN EX-P.U1.S--. i tMifiian sicci'ini; nnu Dining Car to Si. louls, .mil slvenliii...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 2 April 1896

"''-'""SJ.SrlJi " -rv't ." t-iSr"'?y-5;44ii.j51fi w."w?r w-'fr' fit'bjKjvn s-J5lsfc-ij" ?ww;a)', THE EVENING TIM'BS; THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1896. a t? 8 s s 8 tit s s i 8 8 8 I DON'T BE SHABBILY DRESSED on Easter Sunday. It's a very easy matter to be ''co rectly clad. 'A few minutes and fewer dollars spent here will fit you with as handsome, as fashionable and as finely tailored garments as if-you had worried for weeks with the custom folks, and paid them twice as much. The assortment of Children's Clothes, Men's and Boys' Hats, Shoes, Neckwear, and all other Furnishings are all at their best now. A big line of the newest and best styles in all wearables for Men and Boys. A specially attractive line of short Topcoats all prices ?10, $12.50, $15, S18, $20, $25 style, fit and workmanship are perfect. Robinson, Chery & Co., CLOTHES, 12th and F Streets. ev!?3. GSSSaSSQSSSSSSSSSSQQSSSQSQSSSSSGSSSSSSViQSQSQSSQraSSQQ The APPEAL of TENNILLE TO WASHINGTON MOTHERS. g BiEIc'EASTER-SUITED'' i A...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 3 April 1896

--sr- swTSrr'' ",Har i-! jf, j' 33?v - -t" fSb-Kwf7i. Pi E-tr- -,, ---i ? "'" 1 " 5-. O , (1 J. , n i t" n S! A ettitt 1 7RQ nil wa.s ie TIMES' circu-1 1 XCLimVE al!-d7 ferries oftha Vnltsd P tines Presj, tba Hdw England Aujclatsi Press, th Sootasni Aisaslsbi Prm, g kvuVv idiiuu iui laoi wbjii. I The STAR'S circulation 107 (IRQ i I for last week was. . . lOJ.uUO thsHiw York Blato Aiuslitjl Frail, lap plemsntel b7 tiis .exslailri rizat t3 publish in Wuhlngtin ths Haw York Htnll aoor rlgnt Cabla Serviej. J WASHING TOX, D. C, JFRIDAY -EVENING-; APKIL 3, lSyU EIGHT PAGES. VOL. 1. JSTO. 200. ONE CEJS'T. I't'g'O'g 0 8 -C f0-fCtMt 9 CUBA COiSJP JGJ.H Resolutions Brought Up in the Hjuss by Mr. Hitt. REED REVR3E3 HIMSELF THAT GEORGIA DEBATE. READY TO KNIFE M'KIHLEY Delegates Waiting Opportunity to Flop to Other Candidates. CULLOM CAPTURES ILLINOIS neon S M OF WUX l--S5lH-32V2J!FSra'--w '-"" 4lr4 ysB. i i I A Wonderful Chance i - This stock of one of Baltimore's best-known Clothing Retailers ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 3 April 1896

ip5 - ivwr "iSfs 5-r j i 4 THE .EVENHTG 'TIMES JFKIDAY, APBLL 3, 1896. f B VSapp5r?5";:W S Wanted Ten ex perienced cloak J and sun. salesladies. V A Buckboard Free. 5 t What does a mere toy amount 5 to! We know I lie boys would 9 m rather liuve a fine solid Duck- m i board, such as we give, with cacti 9 SUit. J She thought 5 our prices were high. She was J 9 -tou so iiysiirae'TricinllT'" dealer. 9 A BhecanK-expecitiiKlopayforliie A "T iicconittio.iauuu oi creaiu How 9 Burpnse.1 Mie wa-ilo find that we 9 a . were really lower in price and A 5 that we kept finer goods than 9 any other Imium: which she bad V A ever vi-Jie l. m Are ilu re more of you who are 9 uniler the same impression who 9 A havebi-euueiu.leilbyuuprinclpled A dealers? IT (-, we uOulii like to 9 hae ou Kivc us a vlsll Just a 9 A visit of uisiection that we may A explain to jou our easy credit 9 sj stem, by which you buy all you 9 A wish an 1 (tay as Mills your In- a i come. i 9 NejUSunJasE.u.tcr. Theboys 9 m ought to ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 3 April 1896

-"i -j-:!ft?lJ'i5ii-,--?V3'P,r-"---- vii JSiV v-V-VVJ. . vf A j - TOE EVENING JVPRIL 3, 1890. i i ii i -j-JTrvs.v.j.s. tei-n-si? -"" "'' - YESTERDAY'S big bus iness is very sugges tive. It means that we are going to do "THE" Spring Clothing business of the city. There are many reasons why we should. A bigger, better and brighter stock and bigger moneys worth here than ever before. Eight more new cases were opened up yesterday morning, and the line is as strong as the Cu ban Insurgents' Army. JS J?" X -XT'Sjf'.f&tiv, "Duplex" Suits For Boys. "Duplex" means two Suits in one We control these Suits for Washington. They are "Short Pants" Suits. When buttoned up thej' are double-breasted Reefer Suits, and when opened the lapels button back, forming a Fancy Ju nior Suit, which is exceed ingly dress)'. Navy Blue and Black, and a large va riety of Fancies. S3 to $7. Handsome little Covert . Cloth "Top" Coats for Boys (six to fourteen years) in light tan shades. Parker, Bridget & Co.,...

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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