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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

USrVK 'esrs.s "' -u- yny"- Part? THE WASHINGTON TIMES Pages9to20 91 "l WASHtNGTOJN, D. C, SUNDAY MOENI!&, DECEMBER 29, 1895. jpOf 00OOOO0O0CO0OCOO05CO00O0000UO00O00000 OOOOOOOOnooooooooo.lQO'lOOOJOOOOOOOOOCHMX Jsft ,,-- S. MI l!S CRIMES OKHulSIlS How a Burly Negro Murdered a Polish Peddler. Correct Styles for New Year's Day! If 'ou are one of the people who imagine that correct styles in footwear are not to be found ex cept on Pennsylvania avenue or F street we should like to help correct a mistake that is not only ex pensive to YOU but unfair to us. There are no better made or more stylish lines of New Year's Reception Shoes than we are showing. For the next two days they will go for nearly HAIF of "down town prices." Men's Goodyear welt Imparted Patent Leather Calf or Enamel Leather laced Nocdlo or square toes. Down Town rrice SI and 55. Our Price, S3 Hand-sAwo-I welt Imported Patent Leather CaU Kll top Meed and Satin nnteh cloth-top gaiters. Tour different sUac. Down Town pri...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

- -V, && " trf-hi ? i-5 THE MoillsmG Toffi, SUNDAY,' DECJEMBEB 29, 1895. 10 I Allen's Grand SSSIS. WEEK OF DECEMBER 30. tTWAXINEES-KEW YEAR'S DAT AHD SATURDAY. The Eminent Versatile Young American Comedian, U I ill -4lmlu n IN HOYT'S BEST COMEDY, A TevQ Cfior The Laughing Success of the American Stage Mr. Murphy will ba supported by substantially the original excollent Company of twenty people, who have appeared In their respective parts more than 1,600 times. HEXT WEEK Robert Hantell in "Repertoire." HEW NATIONAL THEATER NEW YEAR'S WEEK. Commencing WloracJay, Dec. 30. Annual Ensagement of the BELLA FOX COMIC OPERA CO., Management oF Nat Roth. Presenting for tho Only Times In Washington the Latest Comic Opera Success, sai Written by Music by J. CHEEVER GOODWIN. WILLIAM FURST. Direct front its Trlumpbant TWO MONTHS' RUN at Palmer's Tnoater, X. Y., and Its Enor mous Successes Recently at Brooklyn, Pulladelphla, and Boston. fHE COMPANY JEmTRSOX DE Ais CELLS. MELVILLE TEWAKT. AL...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

O -- s.'" p5fX THE MOBNjQTG TIMES. BTXSrjY. DECEMBER 29t 189P. lx 4 i'HOSU WHO DIRECT AXD THOSE WHO ASSIST. The Best of All Is a House keeper With a Well-Appointed House. "I should Just HUc to know -wliat Is ef fected of the homikeeiKT," said a jouiig wile recently, Willi a i out and a decidedly Injured air. "I nae been laucbi, "" -1 Boniekeeper need not nccisiarily lie the housekeeper and m-iid-or-uU-work. jet wo get all tLe blan.e If mi thing rocs Krone In any department of Uie housekeeping." The grievance in quistlon was the dia coery on the part of the hubband cf a xry serious loss and waste that was being car ried on by the secants, for which the tare less little wife was very Justly blamed. nd In many cases the same result ma) bo ispected when the jounghomekecT-er starts out with the idea that the actual house keeping duties do not belong to l.er sphere. A good nojMikeepcr is always a good housekeeper, no matter what position of wealth and influence she may hold. Good housekee...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

zmZt&S&sg&Gg? THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY- DECEMBER TS, 1895. 12 IKIOKJFBICraBIS Indicate Personal Character, Say the Phrenologists. OBANIUM OF A SCORCHER Self-Eftecin. Timidity. eoolutcness, luuucity unci Many OtticT Tllnir Are ludtcutctl by CycINtu Manner ol ltliHuK KxamtiMtluii of UiiU'ra' lli-ucl limeulu lutereMluu Facta. n.. i.tr-rfio face is beccmlag almost ns Dolorious a. fact aniODB wlicelmeii anUiieo-j pie wiio olervo wurcuucu " " ....... both the bicycle face aocl the bicycle j toe bJ.ve doue raucii to ihvjuluci.- u.i men and more women against ridlns lue silent slec-d. There is a &bt nuuiuer or those who Tvould buy vliec-li today and lcaru to ride tomorrow ir tln-y had not be come diseased with the wheel from fceelptr people buller all eons or usly deformities of back, aod face rrora Ha use. It Is argued by those who do not allow . inch Uiuijpj to prejudice tucm, but who yet do not believe Id rlulug fco as to deform cue's self, that those riders arc only try...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

- . ?- vj7v.isv$s8i sxsfiK'Sa5W-"3-v . Wt-t 3i ."-?' THE MOHNING TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29j 1895. 3 UNCLE SINTSJUH SHOP Work at the Great Navy Yard Ordnance Factory. MONSTEB GANNON MADE lnimeii-e Miihwi. at Metal Unudled Wltli KUM'und Accuracy by tUclltK 'Criuio Ouus Maimrnclurcrt Tliero Tlmt AVlll TUr.n u Halt Toil Vro-Ji-otilo Tehc .Miles,. Tbcrc is peryar no Institution in Ms country tliat is o Utile Vuuhti KT.crully and at tue same time so iDterestlns as Hie Bawil gun factory at tlie navy yard. Fcrr people are aTVure or the actual con ditions at the great gun factory Here, that tlie buildings and bliops of the rnttory c-o cr an area oreie cu acres, that SOU men are em ployed and tliat tlie entire suiwrvliioii and fim'raliofl ot tlie iatiory are iouumiu i ..friffr,. iletailed from tile Navy for the purpose. Tonavnlofficer,,iudceel,!8duelhe-j greatest measure nf the praiw for the excel- lent results since its beginning, lor . . been almost entirely b tLflr efforts with those in p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

rsr: S$rpigrn3vqs&$sPBQ - -.'-SBS -r K--S(m.-. ' f 14 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 29, IB95. agstvSisK Of flUftfoitf k NEW YORK LEADS THE UNITED STATES IX CITY CHARITIES. Beautiful and Accomplished Col lege Graduates "Who Labor Among- the Very Poor. , In bright anil cheery rooms thoroughly dainty and rcrincd In trfeir every appoint ment, and overlooking one of (be oldest and moot historic churches and church jards in New York, Is located the train ins school for workers under the wo iiuii'b branch otitic Now York clly missions. Tills school was founded In answer to the call for experienced workmen, and to meet the need of many young womin from universities and colleges, who, de slrioas of concentrating their lives to bet'' tering Hie condition of the lK-ople ot the slums, are seeking special training. Here U4 navcpscial coarse In sewing, cooking, Tocnl culture in choral clashes etc, and under the direction of experienced mis sionaries and nurses to tenement house visl.ljg...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

$&&&! Wj " THE MORJfING TIMES,! SUN PAY. DECEMBER .2 s 1895. 1 W v. Secretary Herbert nnd Tllllary Per HERBERT HAS A HOME N AYY Secretary Inspects "Warships "With His Little Grandson. KHITE SQUADROX ON A DESK Every Afternoon Mrs. Micou's Boy Spends Several Hours "With His Grandfather. Secretary Herbert's Cliristtnas presents began arriving some time ago. It is fully a month since a great truck drove up to bis door and, with roucli mystery and a great lugging and straining, there was de posited upon the sidewalk a JoDg, bulky piece of merchandise tliat toot liair a dozen men to move it and half a dozen more to convey it into the private orflce of the Secretary. I The bulty merchandise was the mode! of the new est great warship, and the Chrlsl maa element in it was more sharply de fined from the -fact that the first ship was a surprise to the Sccrttary, and that It was placed where it could please not him only, but the smallest member of his nousehold. The miniature battle...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

rt ,3fcse'3r5EW sp gasrp iv . X ! ill. ''' LMUUMPWWW1 Ifl A Woman My IIOIIUKT BAHH. Author of "The Faco anil the Slask," "la the Miast of Alarms," etc Copyright, 1803, by Hobcrt Barr. CHAPTER XXVI'. After the business of transferrins the mine to its new owner was completed, John Kenton went to the telegraph office ana sent" a short cable. message to Wentworth. Then be turned his steps to the hotel, an utterly exhausted roan. Thu excitement and tension of the day-bad been loo.much for him, and he felt that If lie did not set out of the city of Ottawa and Into the coun try where there wcrefcwerpeopleandmore Ho Wrote i Second Letter Contradict -Ihk tln'Henn"t at the Kirnt. air, he was going to bo HI. He resolved to lcaveforthe miiicnssoonaspossible. There he would s't things In as good order as pos sible and keep Ihings going until he heard from the owner. When he got to bis hotel ho wrote a letter to Wentworth, telling the circumstances under which he had secured the mine, rather brie...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

- T- --'- fftE MOBSESG TIMES, STTJSDUCr,, ItfSJlBl 29, 1895. 17 IT XllOSE CUKClOSIi SMOKING JACKETS; O.B. VCUX UK. BXDN'T COAt& HACK- RACING TERMS A-V-VTUETIC ATTEAL. &k a Ofl P KTVfri Y-1. I geSto&lfU-Vvi . 1 "At the pout." 2 "Clmrinu tho Uurillo.' 3 "Cader a ktrooc: pull.' tgrw&-rz:T&&&r-'K,. -&?& zv 4 HI Wi J&m, 4 r- 'i i-v?- f j 'r i' ' -&?LJ La&m Swwi&Sm 1 twmtk, mf Si it 18 wSmmm - Mr. Aleck Smart 111 imr rnnngn my coat to mull tliu, letter, dearrno one will sen me. IU be. buck In u. uioment. i . I tde&i i&k - ivii (-M .. v,. C. .. z. M. rf A tl ci t ..., fSZit I r n )l i .. ruj-i si iNf8"vn " i.j l IWiillSWii!, T jmw11 1 iA ni in ' Msr-yi&j ' - 'i.i i i.r i ijj"j. -aj -iLJ-rtiys' r m - ' 4 s. Ornccr Tliere'M an escaped, jailbird rubbtn tb mall. M 1 s ?ffil Mm .l .fS ..... 'ibii mi i i. si : I !?''! I ?,fr&eL3-&i jfiBssKar SJ3 91 Tdt IJ -fcUk. ' Come with mo to th stntton house. XATUIIALLY". She What becam...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

Ens -? 'g-zssfs.e&nVF?'- h-s-A3tjg1" ' ia THE MORNINQ TIMES, j SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1895. i&J?15.sfT?Sp?t3I''tvLi" II ill LW CIRCUS Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. MEETINGS FOE THIS "WEEK. 6UXDAT, DECEMBER 29, 1890. District Assembly executive committee Times Building, 11 o'cloclt. MONDAY.DECEMBEE 30, 1895. L.. U. No. 190, Brotherhood of Carpenters llall G27Mas8achusett avenue. 1,. A. 1044, K. of L., JourneymenFlastcr ers Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-halt street und Pennsylvania nvenue. ti.A. 1748, K. of I,Carpentcrsand Join ers Society Temple. L.A. 1228, K. of L., Lathers-Hall 1310 E street. TUESDAT, DECEMBER 31, 1895. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsj lvania avenue. THURSDAY, JANUARY ". 1S90. District Assembly No. 06, K. of L. Tlasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania menue. L.B-No. 10, Steam and Hot Water Fitters Hall 1810 E street. Carpenters' Council Hall 027 Masachu setts avenue. Galvani...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

i--BT-V !j-'sR53- -'iHi''SW-,laTffSs mf- .-v--ts -'- WT" r-'-gsS"- IT J3!?i" f "t-hs? -wT-iiPa E-Ja""---S5"'",,-3'"""'""is"5"r JSJ'"" '-' " -- . -J-- n- -s. -3 THE JBOR5TJnr& TIMBS, 9USDAT, DECEMBER 29, 1805. 19 I if Nature and Art. It was a. glorious sunset Esther Groves as looking at. Great drifts of rosy clouds were piled upon opalescent hauksof delicate blue ai.d shimmering sill, er, mid tliu sun Just disappearing from sight seutoutloug shafts of dazzling golden light. To Uer right waved ric-M after Held of billowing grain in all tLe tones or green, from the teuderest tint to the jellow green of the grain almost ready for harvest. On the left a garden of old-fashioned roses Ecnttered their scented petals on thenarrow paths, filling-the air Willi their heavy per fume. A poet or a painter would have drunk lu the scene with eager delight and drawn in spiration from km exquisite beauty, but Esther looked at it with unseeing eyes. She had a. lovely face, but its pretty ftatures w...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 December 1895

ffpSflpP?? 2"V"'&-ry,?S 53S-- x 20 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1896. frJ-WWi WITH PR NJE AND PADPER Cliristmases That Are Strongly in Contrast. BAKKtiY BAKXATO'S PLANS All London Catered to Him "While Another Feasted on Crumbs. Tlie lianil oC fate draw Mil- most grotesque ot Ik-aniblcjs uiwa Uio face ot the earth. She nukes tier combina tions to see lioiv tliey will look, not car Ins for the sliotk of It. In n coolile-lined Slitter Uje wind was swirling a nenMiiuer arouuil, eettlng it In motion to lilt u Iiikii inc.Jgii lor a Bweep ilown the ttreet. In lis circuiu rlexlons it dashej asalut Hie reel of a man who itood upon the natron' sidewalk-, scarce four feet from the suiter. The man was one or those collections ot old shoes and rags that no cull a tramp. The iuiv.t knocking against Iilb Ugs had u picture ot the ricne&i man in the noriil. The tramp's name had been forgolten, to often had ho nbamed it and taken another. SUCCUnUS UAIINATO. The Hlch man was Allien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

SfSSfSSs-fjKsaiRS --WF --5-'S-?:J, --rjr-a '--- -' - I I'seSr t - 3T .-.. - j ' hi -in was tfi3 TIMES' circu lation for last W33!(. be THB WBVTHER TO-DAY. Cloudy. . ' South Winds, j j- Becomlng Easterly. The STAR'S circuJaiio.1 Jpc for las! week was . . . tuD,LuO WASHINGTON, D. C, MO X DAY MOK2OTG, DECEMBER 30, 1S93.--EIGITE SP GES. ONE CENT. VOL. 2. NO. 653. LEADS LOCAL PAP AMQUUT F ADflWG WATT --? -jssf-srjf Srgis?jrT."i 5:s?5pif,; mmes STARTED 1TFQR ROBBERY Startling Evidence in the Theater Panic Investigation. WAS A FIXED UP PLAN Coroner' Jury, However, Would Not Believe the Witness und Brought. In n Verdict of h'o Ono to Mame. Last of the Victim Were Hurled Yesterday. Baltimore, Dec. 29. There were six teen funerals today of persons ivho lost their lives in tho f rightful panto last Friday night at the old Front Street Theater. Seven of the victims were bjricd yesterday evening and last night. All of those who were killed in the stampede have now txt-n interred. The death list ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

-e!fl3?fjZ V&gf&?&&&Sg&g2g?l 2 THE MOUNTING TIMJES,- JttgN'DAi:,iElEMBER 3D, 1895. lywrtra-s- M. F Mreet rcrucrtleyenth. ttorapp lVarctoa9flt li'd near M. -LA RKIXE" FU'IMT DUE POLISH will do more toiTiirJ brUhteulug up nnl renewing old 1-unit tare than nn j-thins you cau use, i5 tonta a good sized botllA Reception Chair, $1.50, We're clearing out all the Christmas Reception Chairs and gold pieces at greatly reduced prices. The price we put on this chair, is half its worth. Made in white enamel and gold, blue enamel and gold, pink en amel and gold, and all gold. Another very nan isom All cola ac cept oa chair, north ;35, golug at .UT IiOO.Mi.MXlH I-I.OOK MI belior I nm Ih Jrweler who comes IuIj your mlud flist " The Giving of New Year's Presents is a pretty custom and a growing- one. Just as well pre pared for the selling- of New Year's Gifts as wc were for Christinas in some respects even better. Everything-1 have is most sea- sonable and suitable, and reaso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

r k -"-i ft -.- THE MORNTNG TIMES,- MONDAY, DECEMBER 30,1835. 8 ARTIieL EDBT INI E VI EFEATED 1 r.UlKElt, niSIUOET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7th St, Stylish Full Dress Suits as low as $25. We hear there is a suit cheaper than this on the market. We had an opportunit3T to buy a lot of Full Dress Suits we could have sold for $20, but since a man expects a Dress Sun to last him five or six years, and knowing- they wouldn't, we let- them go. We can recommend the $25 ones ! English Cape Mackin toshes and Full Dress Cape Overcoats as low as worthy ones can possibly be sold. Parker, Bridget & Go., CIothierslSTthSt. All Cyclists' Wants Supplied FUOM a spanner to a "Wl LIBEIUT" heL We alnar keep on hand a large stock ol Laaip;lool9, Fi nines, eic, ot everj de sirable raakv, at price as loir as are quoted any here. Hadger,5gg WWAVAA. mtimMsmwmsA Stormont & Jackson, Oakland si:a-si;hi'ext. Provt-v lo Ho u Harp Spi-cles of tin F.ii shark of tlii- Viiclflc. The queer freak i.r ihe t-ea i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

rr sf-f5giii?! ftaigB'wwffgq5 Tfsisp'a & C9 " THE J1QB JN Df Gt TIMKS, MO N RA.Y, . DECEMBER 30, J 895. The WashingtonTimes 0-CU.M.SG, EVEMS3, 4X9 MTCOXV 0WX2D AND ISSUED jr Tie Kasbington Tiniia Company. TIMES BUILDING. KtTUTISST C01J.EK 1'EMSSTt.TAMA A VINE AKD 'iKNTHSTBhET. Telephone Editorial ltooms, HI. BusUices OtHco' SI?. Trice Slrrainp cr Evening Edition. .Ons Cent tnnday Edition. Three Cents. JCcnthlyAy Carrier 3!ondncaud Sunday.... ...Thlrty-lrs Cents. -Renins Thirty Cent. tenu)(ie.ujj- - Ft"1 Cents. fcunday. ) The Times' BranGh Oifices. ThoTliiicV'I-tttloJfowsMercrinntii" riiM'CurolielruiiilyofMornlinrana Kv.iliij;Timi'uttlio follow lngbrancll ftlcmr. Frunk stiilili. 4th nml G sts. nw. M. MeN'iilty, 1330 l4tli t. nw. A. 1. SIcCioHkey, 131S 7tli t. nw n. Ilncf, 3153 l"a. nve. nw. Jokl'IiIi Linden, 400 8tb st.ne. Y.K. Muckuy.titil U Kt.no. Jwvili 1'utljiiMI. UOU 7tU st. w. WASHINGTON, D. C DECEMBEK 30 1895 The Times Meets Every Demand of a Critical Community. is indepen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

, -""Jr V &- " tm' : ,ST"1 $-- "jTSWjk "VSW V. VffFWJ1??' . THE 3rOK!TING,TI3Ii2S,:210XDAX DECEMBER 30, 1893. E DS PLACED- T DMT IT TH THflS ii Silk, for Evening Wear. LANSDL'liGII nno. i Balls, Receptions, Parties and Teas 9 t t f I 9 will soon havo their sway. Silks are the materials that are cor rect for evening wear. If you buy Silks of us you save money ana will surely have satis faction. 27-Ineli Ail-silt PIissc, 25 dif ferent -hades and stripes to se lect from Guaranteed toash .Manufuctnrcr's price mas 51.10 Our price, 59c yd 21-Inch Stripe Taffeta SI IK for waists. Street and c cuing shades. Worth SI yard. For 69c yd 2C-Incl lilaCt Pean do Solet 75c yd J-Much Ati-illk Block- Bro cades. W orth $1.25 yard. For 89c yd 22-inch BlaiU tiros Grain Ilro cades, new pattern?. For $ 1 .00 yd 21-Inc!i P:aid Silks for waist. For$l.lQyd 22-inch Black Satin Dnchcssc, hlsh luster, good quality. For$1 .25 yd 2 1 -inch Warp Print Persian Taffcto.nllslll- For$I.2oyd f ? t t t 22-inc!i I'.x...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

-BJ-- fsrsf -Vjr-''acf.,'s.-?K-s THE MOBNIKO TIMES, .MOiDA.T, DECEMBER 30, 1895 155.1 "SV-as' .! ifc.l' UMJH ss, M4BUi JSWfWJ"? Dally Barsnlui Bargains Worth Studyin cr 2,000 Yards Body and Tapestry Brussels. Many pretty pattern-). In lengths QCn frooi 3 !oI0yrJ,icr jarJ JJU Sleepy Hollow Chair, Upholstere-d la Corduroy, a perfect e. sir to rost In. Reduced from (T I ) (1(1 tiico to I Z.UU Turkish Rocker, Covered with Krocatolle, splen didly made and upholstered. I C (1(1 Oneiiml prion, i3i Oel Jeoer. ... IU.UU Reading Chair, On"c frame. Upholstered In Silk 7 (1(1 1'liish. Reduced fiom 13W ta. I.UU Large Turkish Arm Chair French Cretonne. 1 lie marked in ft fl prlco is V--0 I .UU Lace Curtains. nclUh Nottlnchams, flMiich-3 wide. 3'-; yards lo c: pre-tty patterns KefU'ar 2 73 value. I 11 Splendid Nottinghams, S. Inches by I fl fl S) yards Keduced Ironi il.'S to iUU Wash. B, Williams, 7th and D Sts. N. W. The paper on which The Wash in gton Times is. printed is made by The Jay Paper M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

J -. ,c ,T14v ---, y i-C""--"- V; - ?r "V t - . T-rtr - '" 7' THE MOnftlN& TgtMESr JMLOPATr DECEMBER 0, 1895. . - - Hi n - ' i i " 'i. ' I.. . ; - '. t NAVAL ENGINEER RESERVE Senator, Tillman Has a Bill Which Aims at This. Priii-.-M tii K-tnbllhti Special Techno- loKlcnl Courwn at Ajrxicuturiil mid -M-cliiiulcul Colleges. Senator Tillman of South Carollua rests his record as a reformer In hl State on the establishment of two splendid colleges, one for women at Rock Iliil, and the oilier at Fort Hill, the latter being appropriately enojsh the home of hla,one-tlinu predeces sor In the Senate, John C. Calhoun. Mr. Tiilman, who has been assigned to the Naval Committee, has now in hand a hill, the object of which is In general terms lo supplement the work done at the Naval Ai.iut.iiy by proper Instruction at Uioagricuiiar.il and mechanical colleges of the United Stales. Oneof the bestof tliese Is the Clemsoii College of South Carolina. This bill, it Is understood, will recelfe the su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 December 1895

SapWW?"1"' Xsfr-ir&$Z S '2s THE MORNING TIM!S MONDAY; DECEMBER 30; 1895. ROR New Year's Calls fashion's decree is a Cutaway or Prince Albert Frock until 6 p. m. After 6 Full Dress. "We have a matchless line of these garments. The only complete stock in town." Correct styles, proper fab rics, properly tailored, and perfect fitting-. Prices arc: Cutaway Coals anflYesls,S10 lo $30 Prince Albert Coats and Yeits, $13 to $35. Trousers lo Suit. $4 lo $10. Full Dress Suit, $20 lo $50. Also everything that's proper in Dress Furnishings, including Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Tics, Gloves, etc Shoes, too. The largest assortment of Patent and Enamel Leather Shoes in town. All shapes, widths and sizes. Prices, Patent Leather, $3, S3. 75, $4, $5 and S6. Enamel Leather, SS, S5.50, $6 and $6.50. ROBINSON, CHERY 1 &co.f If 12th & F Sts. eas. i THEIR WORK IN ARREARS Board of Assessors Far From Hav ing Completed Their Labors. CoiwIdiTuhlc City Property Not Vet Tnuclii'd mill County Hcul KntHto...

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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