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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

Hjfi1a)cJ,WP-,-, ; 4'EB!3HrtWJWcr!ri-.i-4-c"!- -.- was the TIMES' circu lation for last waek. imes THS WFVTHER TO-DAY. Cloudy. Tliniiteiilng Italii. Southeasterly Winds. The STAR'S circulation Qfjfl QQQ for last week was . . . tuU,uoL 1 WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY AlOKKlNG, DECEMBER 25, 1893.--EIGIIT PAGES. OSE CENT. VOL. 2. NO. C 48. LEADS LOCAL m AWOUWT F 1READIW ATT REWARDED THEIR LOYALTY VENEZUELANS WAR-CRAZY ALMOST KILLED BY THUGS Detective Proctor Roughly Used by a Drunken Mob. IE Employes of Philadelphia Car Line Presented With $2,590. Militia to Be Recruited From All Glasses of Citizans. Heavy Fighting With Spaniards in the Province of Matanzas. Ono lilotcr Sent to the Fonlteutlary for Three Years Sev eral Others Held for the Grand Jury. Government Has Cii tiled All South und Central American Republics Asking Help In Case of War. FACE A MASS OF EAW FLESH OAMPOS SAID TO HAVE WON "V!" -- (& iO) Insurgents Attacked tlie Spanlsb Gar rison Ht Caninroiii's Yesterday. Communica...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

- - its!mafffini!iitiH9i9iHra''' ? THE MOBNING TOIES, WEblESDAT, DECEMBER 25, 1895. CLOSED TODAY. BW akSowa r street Comer ElorentU. ttoragr Warehouse, aid Bear M. Accept our best wishes for a Merry Christmas, and our sincere thanks for the cordial spirit with which you have received our endeavors to merit your approbation. Those s.'fio zverc unable To purchase yesterday Can do so today. (X most TITernj 3Emas! Qlobai Shall 23c open Hnttl Hoon ! C. H. DATISOI, Jeweler, 1 1 05 F Street. A cup of tea fcj Is the most refreshing1 drink procurable. We recommend our Perfection Tea, SOepr lb. Its delicate blend, Ha- vor, aud. streucftn -are unsurpassed. J. T. D. PYLES, STOKGU-412 4it &., Cor. Cfl and Md. are. n, IS 7th t-n a, 1901 7th flln.vM Con Washington anJ "Monroe st3 , Ac&costla. LADIES WATCHES, Solid Gold Cases JScEt Mate Sl.OO per week. Oncntlll 12 M. Today. GEO. D. -HORNING. "ROOM S CENTRAL TSUILDING, Cor Ia. QTfi. and Bib. et JLVILD OX JIELAfCQ. Bo May lie Restrained Fj-om...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

-"r'rgfip,i -.---. - 'v-T:-ti2..jj: "MO -SJ-ff"'--3"5--' -l""!"?- ? &$! aerh'vrK6J'-- . , THE aiORXISGr- TIMES, 1OSDSES0AT. DJECEMBEB 25, 1893. EDDTDOINl I-urki-r. Hrliliiot t Co.. CI.IlhiiTr.. .'IIS SOtl'llHl St. Closed All Day Today. Christmas Day. A season of good cheer and good fel lowship. We thank you all for your most generous pat ronage the past year, and shall strive to earn even a greater share iu the future. We trust Santa Claus has been generous to 'OU and yours this morning. We extend to you all the season's greetings. Parker, Bridget & Go., Clothiers, 315 7th St. IS price of outliiicia ex-ellence and boaiity of worLiiMiisa I aud Huisti, this wheel Is ull eurpabed aud unsurpassable. Its price Is f ilk), cash or install ments ItidiEB taucht free to purchasers In our groat Indoor sciiwL HI 1024-20 adger, com, Cw SsSVt ' ' 2 5J2 C--5 5n -w-n-w-n AI.HXA.NDKIA HAITEXI.NGS. Little Whirred Deau, the eletcii-jcar-olc l)ii who had hilie-acl crushed In liy railing a,-ihiN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

?'K???so8!ee- 'W -&P&!m0l!0ttQ&im flis3s' -lJ-e?..S9.jjSfij apm&ivrpQmmmjqitvmK m THE JMOKNiyq TIALES, WED.N'JSSDAIV DECEMBER 25, 1803. TheWashingtonTimBs tilou-viso, Eyemno, axb Sonur.i OWNKD AND ISSUKD at Tlic Wabhingtoa Times Company. TIMES BUILDING, tltTnirESrCOltt.EIll'KSNSVLVANIl ATEStT AVD 'lEXTUSrntET. 1 elephone Editorial P.cnms, IH. lliibiness Offlio' 337. Trice Vcraing cr Evening Edition. .One Cent fctmdoy Edition. "lhreo Cents. J'cnthly by Carrier 2'orcuigaad buudar. Thirty-tiro Cent. fTenlns - Thirty Cents. SiureiuF. ) Jueniiigandf- Firrv Cents. fcunday, j The Times' Branch Offices. TIiTliiiej""l.tttloJewnMercnnnT" rim . -euro tliolrmiiiilyitllurnliisanil EvrniiixTlmeHut t lie follow liiifbruDcb offices: Frmik Sinltli. 4Ui nnil CS Mr. nvr. 41. SloXiilty. 1:13(1 I4th t. nw. A. H McCliwUev, 1312-7111 at. nw. 11. IfuKi. -1S !'" ue. mv. JOM-ph I.luden, 40(1 Htb st. "O. IV. F. Mnobny.Mll IlKt.no. Jnn-ili l'etltiirtl. tUU 7tU t. " WASHINGTON". D. C. DECEilBElI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

n , --' ""j'ftiv?-5A5-,-?-'"' 'wt ir.r'5-Air , THE MORNING- TIMJES, WEDNESDAY,' DECEMBER 23, 1895. jLansiMgh&Bro! I Closed - I ML: i Cliristmas. Open -tomorrow morning: at the usual hour with the prices f oh thousands f I of fine Handker- T chiefs, reduced be- I I cause they became mussed during- the f f rush. A splendid op- f I portunity for those in f search of Handker- r chief Bargains. 50 Shaving Cases left. Worth SI. 00. Can be yours for 43c. t t f 25 per cent dis count on Fancy Boxes 25 per cent re el u c t i o n on all Jewelry. Fancy Atomizers, tc. all ? t t T I ? 10,000 yards $1.25 f Piisse Silk, 59ctS. f f f t ACf. I 420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St. eooo- a o S.Kann, Sons&Go. 8th and Market Space. Closed ALL DAY Today. BIG Cloak Sale Tomorrow See Star for items. C3ESBMHe8SaS3S3C&3SE8 i Badly a To-day? I 2 We ask this repeatedly, because sirions 2 5: diseases ottrn follow trifling ailments, -i H it youarcneakana 2 generally exhausted, 2 nen-ou3, have no S appelate and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

Ta3 '5f-V"L' cr ysstf &J& fJF&Z w r tZ.?i-ftT j - rff- " - G TILE 310ENING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1895. ? Daily Hargalns A MERRY, XMAS TO ALL! When we get a chance to straighten out after the rush, we will have some greater bargains than ever to offer. WashjSliams, Furniture, Carpsls, Drapery, 7th and D Sts. N. W. SAFE, . SPEEDY, SURE, "OUR NATIYE HERBS" Free from harmful niiDcr.it drncs pleasant to take rapll In effect absolutely sure in result. Disease is driven from the ays to -a ami health Is re-cMtttill bed on the sure basla of I'UKE BLOOD f LOO a bottle of SCO dOSOi. All Drujrgitts. Open Evening A Musical Christmas is a merry one. The whole gamut of musical instruments ishcrcfrom a Jews harp to a Grand Piano or the big Estcv Phonorium. Organs, seun makes of Pianos, the Aeo lian, and a large family of small musical instruments arc included. Kc arc here to show goods- Sanders & Stayman, Percy S Foster, Manager, 934 F St. N. W. lialtlmoro More, 13 X Charle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

. ,4-4-71t'wk i!'.f'.l;n' i'" "'''- &- "' iA,3T---'vyi-tyi;'tT-A'-&ft''t "' i" jfr" THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1895. A COQUETTE IN THE HAREM. J-un Fr.iucls.co Argonaut. When the department or fine arts sent me to Persia tu write ui the province orirnk Adjenl, I began by taking up my iiuartcrs In Ispahan. At the end or three months I had liiiislied my task, but if I returned home at once the department wou'd never have believed that 1 was a man or any depth. I was Just about bortd to death, when luckily there was a change of gov ernment. The shah sent, in place of the former governor, his cousin, Malcolm-Khan. He bad traveled in France, accompanied by Mehmcd-Aga, his officer of ordnance. Meh-mcd-Aga had the rank of general, orratber that orsertip, to use the Persian term. 1 remembered him well a young man of about thirty, a gentlemanly lellow, home thing or a swell, who dintd with me several times In I'aris. Vou can appreciate my Joy in meeting him again away ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 December 1895

srwri 15-S"3a3t rv." ysv- I THE 3IOBNING- TIMES, W-EDNTE3DAY, DECEMBER 25, 1893. SS? Coscd Al Day. FVlerry Christmas to All, and Many -Thanks For Your Generous Patronage. J Robinson, Ghery & Co., I2th and F Sis. H. W. e Are Struggling ! Hard to rafse nionej- enough meet our note to Benjher i; .ros., Syracuse. Uc are olrering- you " e-ery inducement to pur i hn.se. Wc have put the ..rices far below the actual i v.ost of manufacture. SUITS, OVERCOATS, TROUSERS, all will be sacrificed rcg-ardless of cost, though they are all first class, stylish goods. NewYork Clothing House 311 Seventh St. N. W. Photographic Supplies. Dereloplng. printing, enlarging. ita We do the best work In htm a. J 'rices low. bend for catalogue Houghton & Delano, 1416 Now York Ave. N. W. Frozen Puddings and Fancy Creams For Today's Dinner. Plum Pudding. Chocolate Tnttl - Kruttl and a dozen others to select from Thej're dainty and deli- clous, and form a most important part of the Christmas dinner Or- ders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

FBRfp-0$qtg&ri yZVTK. s? was tfie TIMES' circu- &be &imes THE WEATHER TO-DAY. www lauuu iui iaoi ussv. Partly Cloudy. - j Prolhibly Occasional Balna. Easterly Winds- ' The STAR'S circulation fnp IaI iumaIt uiia iui iaai necn wa mwj WASHINGTON, D. C.t THUBSDAY .MOHNINGr, DECEMBER 20, 1895. EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. VOL. 2. iNO. 641). LEAD: kL FARE F FIEADIW ATTI SAD FATE OF SANTA GLAUS Q SHOT FROM AMBUSH CRIME MP' L0B1S KNOCKED UIDT DOWN Mrs. Stewart of Georgetown Felled by a Black Brute. WAS DEFENDING HER OHILD HE SHOT HIS INSANE WIFE HISSKJLLJULLET PROOF Three Shots in the Head Failed to Kill Hannibal Shorter. Three Murders indlSome Big Ar- Anna Bell Kelly Perhaps Fatally rests in Twelve Hours. Prof. Saunders, Garbed as St. Hioh olas, Shot and Killed. Alfred Walker Then Put a Bullet in His Own Head. He Comes to Substantiate His Ugly Charges. I.EGAL ADVISER WITH HIM Wounded by an Unknown. Fatal Shot Was Fired Through a Door by His Nephew, Who Supposed u Burglar Was on tho O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

f 54$ifIB&f&ISgfBlIG ""CTranwrwK!-i.;"i;'.wivimtl"t "' '." 'fri'"'' 'vuaSrit-'' s THE MOBBING TOTR3, THUBSDAT, -BJECKSIZR 26, 3893. J ec F Stnrt Ccruer KloTenth. ttcrspr Warehouse. 2d noar M. 69c We'll make another rifort to f& T 22SSj meet the big" de mand for these rockers. Another shipment is iust in. ;- . .' vL&A '-5ri""Sir"3 They're neat and substan tial chairs, just right for sewing made in oak and mahogany 69 cents. Arm Rockers to match $1.29. All of our Christmas stoci of llocX- cis Is red need- Wo want to got ritlxl- thrm qnlcSIj-, ani have cut prices generously. " r KOO.V.S SIXTH FLOOR. SvoVS soes STABBED BY A COHPANIOn Assailant of Young Frederick Gis ' sor Has Been Arrested. Lieut. Anil liti to Ki-prliiiuud u -"pechil Officer r.ir JHe 1'nrt Hi- Took. Fn.ilerii.-k Gisscr, (he sixteen-year-Jld boy who was mysteriously stabbed In the left side al the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street on Christinas eve, a3 6tated in. The Time of eu'rtlay. is i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

IHHHI Sfis0SSSiS THE MORNISG TLSEES, THURS15'. DECEMBER 20, 1805. 8 EDIT J - p J EFEATED AIRTDGLES FIROM 1ME mm AHt ... i- AVE you a Full Dress Suit tor New Year's and the coming social season? Price is no longer an ex cuse. We have had a grand line made to our special order agreed to take a large quantity, so as to get the w price shaved to US so as to share it to you. We are thus enabled to sell 8 Dress Suit that would be the envy of any tailor For $25. English Cape Overcoats, and English Cloth Makin toshes to wear over them! Parker, Bridget & Go., Clothiers, 315 7th St. -The COLUMBIA is everywhere looked upon as B the acme or incy- world renowned superiority of to day is due to the never ceasing efforts on the part of its makers to pro duce a faultless wheel. The '96 models are mar vels. All conveniences .ana the best facilities aro rroTltfed in bur indcor HIDING bCIIOOL Clslrlct Cycle Go,, :ffiBS8K2? J- IifanaBetr!a,n' 452 Pa Ave. Lots of Fun ASH enjovment In orgnnlzing ridi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

-vs?c- f-?pr ri.'r.v --SrSJtV LV- ' v tSjr -jT" " THE MOUSING TOIUS, THURSDAY, DKVEM.BEU 2G, 385)5. 4 ThBWashinatonTimes (Uohmno, Evening, and Scxdat j omasa and issued ar The Washington Times Company. TIMES nUILDI.VO, llBTntVISTCOB.KnI'KNSVLVAMA AVEMJB iB 'i EXTU KTllIt t 1 elephene Editorial Rooms. HI. Business Oflltro1 3K, Trice JIorninK cr Evening Edison. .One Cent fcnndny Edition. "lure Cent Jlonthly It Carrier Morning and buudar. Thlrty.tve Cent". KTenlng 1 hlrty Cents. Horning, ) EvenlngandV rirrr Cents. Sunday, J i WASHINGTON. D. C DECEMBER 20, 1803 6!TK A D F S( $ 1 CPU N CjLj? The Times Is the Only - : Washington Newspaper That dares to tell the truth when dealing with all subjects of public interest, thaCs one reason why the people like it, hence Its Circulation Is larger by many thousands than any other daily newspaper published in the Distiicl of, .Co lumbia. , Tln clrc-iiln:toii of Tho Times for tin week i-iidlntr December 22, ISO 5. waif uti follow: " " Mimdiij-, ij.-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

a'lt"s''sS-,,y!rsi i-' -'&$vw.j?giF?vr'- ' THE 3IOKNTNG TIMLES, TKUBBDA.1T DECEMBER 56; 3895. - Lansburgh&Bro. Handkerchiefs a Became mussed and slightly soiled during the rush prior to Christmas. If you can use these you can buy them cheap. Some Other Goods All over the store, through rough hand ling, became slightly shopworn. These you can also possess at a fraction of their worth. We Also Wish To Call Your attention to the fact that it isadvis able to leave your orders for Engraved Cards at once if you want them for New Year's. Our price is J t t f t t f ? f as before: 50 Cards, wit,h plate, 86c. Reprint from plate, 40o. WOBK GUABaHTEED. Estimates Riven oa Wedding Invitations, Party Invitations, Tea Cards, Monograms, Dies, Crests, Etc. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. f f t f t S.Kann, Sons&Go. 8th and Market Space. OUR Great Clearance Sale OF LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S WRAPS Begins Today. GREATEST VALUES EVER OFFERED. S.Kann, Sons&Go, 8th and Market Spaci. Fresh La...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

--J - fZ-fSX&. SS3jsTas vwf'' ;?-w- ...wsjhjw- --sypvg-ags-'--- f5SgS5il5-lfTPgtog8er- ?f xb5:) 6 THE 3!ORNrNG TIMES, THUBSDAY, DECEMBER, 2, 1898. "V f-JTSV 4 i All Holiday Goods C At Cost; Here's a chance for you to bii' New Year's Gifts. Of course we haven't such a complete line of goods as we had a week ago, but we have still many a pretty ar ticle left suitable and de lightful for gifts. Furniture, Carpets, Draperies. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D Sts. N. W. OUH DHINKS BOTIIEHED HIM. Views of a Talkative Visitor llecently Froni KiiKleuid. In spite of the English being our cousins, they are all very innrkrd strangers when they pay us a visit. It is not merelj- their broad Uilk that marks them as such. It lb their peculiarly loose clothing, their flat topped derbies, the extraordinary bags and portmanteaus with which they inn el, and above all else, their straightforward mode of getting what they want and going straight ahead, regardless of everybod In the way. One who was over...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

e-VF - -! -St Lj-afi4S&JMjKfa!it "" JV "?: "S (,?-? t--VJ" J j"--V Uf ." i-r T THE MOBNOJGr TIMES, 'THtJRSDATf, ftECEMBER 26, 1895. JC Xr SaF ALL.WAMTS fT - crl::E 'OJ -C THE FINGER OF FATE. I never knew a lighter or more sparkling nature tlian Maude King's. High spirits. lite Ijcr good looks, were ulwaj s with her. Her only trier was not tcnouR things of Jlfe, hut ti.nt she cculd not take ibetn as seriously as she should. For, wlthnl, Maude had a great regard for com entlonalllfes. v, lien she married all or them were kept, blie married at the oroiwr age, in a mest rroier and conven tional way, and her husband was the most proiH.-rami coTivciitial man 1 ever met. lie vas considerably older than his wire and allowed her to be happy rather than made her ho. A Quiet, piomuo lile as Airs. Ful some did not dim the buiifchluc in her nature. She sometimes Kicked lor inure matronly wajs, but r uv erl heless km! hergirlishues!,. lu tim Mr. Fulsome cued. Ills death was a Kr'it blow to Ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 December 1895

--.;vr-"Cor! "ftpv3' I twjs -k. sq? - ; :?1-Ti".T;:!EW-:1 'g:P,PrtijglSfSBivfc THE MOENESG TIMES," THURSDAY; DECEMBER 26, 1895. . 7lJt(gS3W.! HOW about your Dress Suit? Bet ter be getting it ready for New Year's. Perhaps you need a new one. You'll find here a big line of the proper sort proper fabrics, properly tailored. Cut in fashion and guaranteed to fitvas" well as if you had been personally measured for it bv the best tailor in town , Prices, too, are just right, beginning at $20 as low as it is safe to go--with finer ones at $25, $30, $35, $40, and up to $50, beyond which it is estrava-. gance, for no one can give better fatting garments than ours. Also the proper things in Ties, Shirts, Col lars, Cuffs, Gloves, Buttons, Studs, etc. See us for correct Clothes for any purpose. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., 12th and F Streets, KammHHHK WE'VE enabled many people to enjoy a happy home of their own, by our excellent credit system. We are perfectly willing to extend credit to rou ; and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 December 1895

sepa-frfs-s-- was the TIMES' circu lation for last week. be imes THE WBVTHBR TO-DAY. The STAR'S circulation for last week was . . . Fair. Decidedly. Colder. Northwesterly Winds. -t: ONE CENT. WASHINGTON, D. C .FBIDAY MOENING, DECEMBER 27, 1895 EIGHT PAGES. VOL. 2. iNO. 650. fesPR- LEADS LOCAL PARE HOUSE p5e57 Revenue Bill Rushed Through on Schedule. YEAS WERE 205, NAYS 81 Democrats Offered no Obstacles to Its Course. WARM BUT LIMITED DEBATE In Brief Speeches tlio Democratic Lender Denounced tlie Measure and tlit Mujorlty's Action In Forc ing It Upon Them Republicans Disclaimed Any Attempt lit Tariff Itev Mon and Declared tlio Hill Was Demanded by tlio Country's Dis tressThere ffn No Filibuster ing on the Final Vote. By a vole ot 205 to 81, the House at D 30 o'clock yesterday afternoon passed the bill reported by Sir. Dlngley from the Committee on Ways and Means "to tem porarily increase revenue to meet the ex- xI Mr. Crisp Protests. penses of the government and to provide agaicst a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 December 1895

- - f- -f3SgTjTJ53T;J- '(?. - THE MORNING TOTES FBIDAY, D.EOJ0MBER 27, 1895. . v-tyf-? vF" rC . ?MI ona F ttreet I Hotter Warehouse, Center Uerrntb. J trdnearM. Double Adjustment Wiwen-Wire Springs. wire spring1 mattress that's undoubtedly the- best in the land. It's-the-only practical adjustable woven. - wire Spring Mattress on themar ket. There are those so called, but to tightem or stretch them, costs as much as to buv a. new mattress. Tho SprinirwB put on tho marker tu d.ijMortluvUrst tlino, at S3 to, veguar nnti o to giro salli'actlon. and Insturo yetis Others at$!nml$iK ns good us can Lf 1. iu id at the jnces,but if t eylast ulj n year where Is tue economy in burins them? Our S-vv. o en-wlra fcprinja- on double adjustable Irons are guaranteed Id yeata tff-Womatoovrnalr Mottrossss as wnil as mako in irely new ones all kinds and grides. ART KOO.MS MX! II rJ-OOR. ircr-if tu be the Jeweter vho amei into ywt vtlndfiriL" Sure, to be someone tli at you want to please, with, a New Yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 December 1895

s-J-Sfcfpe -V-TtJWS?3. 9TA-?5,5g5?SS?S --""" v-JC--gap,-ifir?35J-.- T;-?r5js?-;.-T TS-'-P?-;' rS3?s-'J- -r v''5-!?3'-vvii"jT5:v' "V--V THE JMORNFNGr TIMiES, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1893. ARTOCLI FEATI ff''3rizr- -N There is hardly more than a cou ple of bak ers' dozens of those ele gant Over coats left ! "We mean the $25, $30 and $35 ones we cut to" $15 to close. Fine Ker seys, Beav ers, Meltons 1 and Oxfords and all new this winter the cream. No such chance again this season! Parker, Bridget Go., Modern Clothiers, 315 7thSt The COLUMBIA is everywhere lopked upon as j? tne acme ox Dicy- cle perfection. It s srs, worm renowneu h superiority of to- -T day is due to the never ceasing efforts on the part of its makers to pro duce a faultless wheel. The '96 models are mar vels. All conveniences and the best facilities aro irovlded In our Indoor HIDING bCUOOL. District Cycle Co., coLinini.va-'UAit'rroitus- J- DanaB!:re"a,a' 452 Pa. Ave. Ask us, If there Is anything about photography you .lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 December 1895

-"VE "- -53"V ' -i: -p-t j f-T THE MORNING TITLES, FBI DAT, lJi;UJi;MJJI2K 27, 1SJ3. 0 f t ThBWashingLonTimBS (MCXMliG, EVtMVG, ANSODlT OWNED AND ISSUED 3T Tti Washington Times Compaay. TIMES BUILDING, fcj7avYESTCoiuEr.IT.isvi.vAiJi Ave-sbs urn '1ZSSTU bTBLET Telephone Editorial Rooms. Hk Business OBIio33r. r.lce Verging rr Evenlue Edition.. Oao Cent. timJnj Edition......... . . Throe Cents. J'cntldy liy Carrier 0 Horning and bunday. Thlrty-Hra onri. Fveulns Ihlrty Cents Suruuic ) Evening and-. riFrr axis. tuaiUf, ) " WASHINGTON. D. C DECEMBER 27, 1805 The Times Is tlie Only Washington Newspaper That dares to tell the truth when dealiiig with all subjects of public interest, that's one reason why the people like it, hence Its Circulation Is larger by many thousands than any "other daily newspaper published in the District of Co lumbia. - Th clrvnluiion of Tbo Times for tin week iMtdliiir DecenilMT U IWJ5. ntut uh follows: Monday, i.f. ttt :tit.s:t(l Tut-duy, Dec. 17 35.183 AVMtiitdu...

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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