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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 January 1896

H"!"""f5SW!9!?!W fWWWWVf '"'i111 THE MORNING TIMES, THURSDAY, JAUABT 2, 189G. 5 FLAMMED TO 0 H OCXD-OOO-'S) --0 3d r.oor Items. i.anmiukgu a. into. 6 Take tlie Elevator, 0 6 -Mrta.ri-f-MTTMjruaa It lands you on tho 3d Floor. A large room. S5xl27 feel, is devoted to tho exclusive sale of REMNANTS and ODDS and ENDS, on which you can savo considerable monoy. Thoso aro among the lot: 6 I.OOOyaicIs Llndsey Woo. soy. a sp enaid do -tiestic dross labric, worth l.fijyd.tor..... 500ydi Cieam Co' ored Dotted -crlm Remnants, -10 !ncl33 5c yd r,n ...u.-, .but... ,.. J J, tor Ul yd 3,000 yds Colored Outing Cloth- rem nants, sood sty e, uo'th 12iioya..for. .. I, BOO yds Figured Sa I o R o in n a n t s', worth UKoyd, for..... 700 yards Figured Crapt" Urauery, wor.h I2)tc yd. for 150 bcxes excel cnt Writing Paper. 24 sheets paper -J4 ou ve opes, lor. 1.300 yards Scotch Plaids In select sty.es. worth l-Jjcyd, lor. 1,650 yds. Cerman fe ther- proof i-ancy T 1 c ic 1 n k Remnants, worth 5cu. for I.7O0 ...

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

6 THE MORNING TIMES. THURSDAY,. ajLHTTABY 2, 1896. - I Bally Unrgain-i. Modern Ideas. This store is run on mod ern principles. We're con tent to make losses as well as profits. If we find a cer tain style of furniture that we have laid in a stock of hangs back doesu'tseeui to catch the popular fancy we don't keep it in the store, week after week, hoping to be able to sell it to some one at a. profit. We just cut into the prices till we force peo ple to buy. There are often things to be picked up for a great deal less than thev cost us. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D Sts. N. W. EISENMANN'S Creat Jj?Bhtar -Coatsand Capes. ft Ri.O0 Hoi Coat - S2.69 Kin Bearer an 1 Boucle Coat... 3.93 tr.i'O lioucli Coit 4 39 IS 03 Kers- y an I Boucle Co.it .. 5. 93 1.0.1 Djubl. Capes 1.96 Ifi'O Double Capa 2.9S !800 llushCap-s 4.S9 JIOUI I'lnsh Capes 5. 93 IVJJl'lusn Capes 7.93 i 606 Seventh Street N. W. 19241926 Penna. Ave. "OUR NATIYE HERBS" Goes to the Source of Disease and effects a cure by removirjf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 January 1896

-IS - '-tie- v Tr-V-"?"'""-1 "larugg-s -vf!&F& - jop -j-j(j.wv. r , THE MORyrNG- TIStES, THURSDAY, JANUABT 3, 1896. X. r.-Vffssr- - rtr fct i N k ' ALEXANDRIA Tho fire under tlic furnaces at the Vir ginia glass butilc works In Alexandria will be allowed to go oulncxt Saturday, and on Monday ttie ii-buUdins of the plant on a large scjle will lie begun, it is uiieli rslood tlmt the caiiacity of tbe melting furnaces are to bcnhnosl dnubhsl, and theoutputof the factory will be machlarge-r. These ad ditions have lieen made neeessnr by tbe large orders wlncli tbe comiuny lias re cently rceelte.l Iroin tbe Robert Former Brewing Company of this city, an J from largo iwp and lieer plants In the north. Operations at the glass works will be re sumed in about two weeks nrii-i! here that the National J-.ols '"', Private Di-c-.iM.-s of l-otli sexes. ?Y.r v Ynrt Ls ..hi ror.r," TnJlrtt'1,?-Vjricca c.niniions.rrt-in.iH.rc-'orT.I0.rkJ ? '."' ' r1C: ru.inIo..Weaknc?s. KWiVX an.1 Liter It is r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 January 1896

THE MORNING TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUAHT 2, 189G. "''' i""nnTTTia""''"i HUD'S W REVEWED Reception of the Congregation at Calvary Baptist Church. MANY REPORTS SUBMITTED j f WWWB SUGAR FREE T ODAY -IT double-breasted Sack and Cutaway Frock Suits, in plain Blue and Black and neat Plaid Checks and Scotch ef fects in Tweeds, Homespuns, Cassi meres, Worsteds, and Cheviots. All sizes for Men and Boys. Sale begins this morning. First choice is always best get in as early as you can. It will pay you. . ROBINSON, GHERY 12TH AND F STREETS :ov ) . The Rink. RIGHT FROM fust to keep up our reputationfor being' (he Cheap est Furniture House in Washington, we will start ike New Tear with the Greatest, Grandest, Wonderfulest 3-day Sale of Furniture, Catpcts, Drapery, Lace Curtains and Upholstery Goods ever heard of in the United States. 2"ou can travel the length and breadth of the country and yon can find no one-who can bcin to touch us on these prices. Parlor Suites. 5 pieces, overstuffed, up holstere...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

y&Mwmm'VMJiHiB -iet-M?-MRaiffii3gs aTiHgagjqyysgJigPfeyig THE WBA.THER TO-DA.Y. nor non was m times' circu- cOUjUtiJ tation for last' weak. The STAR'S circulation JOD OCQ for last week was . . . lOOjtuG tme 1 Fair. Colder, - Winds Shifting to Northwesterly. VOL. 2. HO. G57. WASHINGTON, D. C.t FRIDAY 310KNING, JANUARY 3, 1896.--EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. LEAD: N hMQUHT 'OF ;aodw ATTI SALISBURY HOST CUBAN ARMIES' STRENGTH CARDINAL SATOLLI'S DAY he Important Correspondence Ob tained Relating to Venezuela. HIS POSITION UNTENABLE Ifi-prcKCiitutlvo of tlio London Chron icle Shows That the Schomuurck l.lno of Demarcation Was Only Ho jrurdcd by Gicat Itriliiinurnrnlbh iuir a BukIh for Diisousslou. London, Jan. 2. A special representa tive ot tlie Dally CIiroon.lv, who Ihiiow in Washuitrlon, cables to tint paper that he has obtained from a source which he is pledged not to reM.il, the official unpuh llsheil correspondence exchanges! by Great Britain anil Venezuela between November, lblO, whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

THE JMOBNTNG TIMES, FUIDAT, JAJfUAET 3, 1S9C. s?r rr - soi , mm&&& b!H &j. &SO. s ici ar rrhoas Ccniri klov-errtU. Our $6.25 Extension Table -Another marvel of big ralue our Dining Room floor puts forth. It's a 6-foot ex tension table of solid oak, polish finish, neatly carved, splendidly made and well braced. A table that would readily bring $9. Price S6. 25. S-foot length $11 table $7.75. ART DOOMS SIXTH FLOOR "WATCT to be tlic Jeweler who assists you to look well at the parties and re ceptions you are attending this winter. You may rely upon my taste I have proved it to be g-ood. Many ladies will have to thank me for appreciatively envious looks be ing' cast on their jewels. (. ). 2)artson, JEWELER, 1105 F Street N.- "W. As a Power, As a Light electricity Is a.mplr unexcelled. ft It is reliablp.it la lnexpeiifeiTe, it ' is cleau and nlwolutely lre Iroir ?? dancer iiundrfiis of machiufts (; are run by it tuouanJsof stores ( r aud tnnues are lighted by it. Are y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

-. -J' "j ? 'J5'-Tyrs JTt- 5B r?-v iftirt jvgy- " 3-"" ' THE MOANING TIMES, FRIftAY, JAyUARY 3, 1896. artd EDITH EFEATI j "T S -5 ' -"- - ' "S Going to let the prices do our talking! Resist them if you can! Every clothier that knows our Mr. Parker knows that he hates carry ing goods over worse than he does poison! Not a suit or overcoat of the present stock shall remain with us another thirty days ! These prices mean, no alterations, unless charged for, and all sales "spot cash." We will buy back anything we sell at full price if returned in good condition. J Men's Suits to go at $5. g This is the lowest price we have ever quoted for a full suit of Men's Clothing: ! Good clothes clothes you can sell r us for 55 if 3-011 do not want them. Variety of styles and pat- terns. 2 Men's $10, $12. $13.50 and $15 S Suits for $7.50. These are strictly all-wool, dress3 patterns, well, made, and will give you thorough satisfaction. Were 510,$ 12,813.50 and $15. CHOICE, $7.50. $16.50, $17.50, $18...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

" J5 ,.-T.5J."S' THE MORNING TIMES, jF BID AY, JAJTCTAgY -. isPtt. 4 : The WashingtonTimss (Mobxiso, Evesixo, ash Hcstoat.) OWNED AND ISSUED BX The Vfashinr-ton Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, Booth-vest Cobseb Pennsylvania Avenue asu Tenth Stbeet. Telephone Editorial Itooms, 483. Business Office, S37. Price Moraine or Krenluc Edition- Ono Cent Sunday Edltioa Thro Cents. Monthly by Carrier Morning and Sunday. Ihlrty-flvo Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. Morning, ) Jnonlmrandj- Fir-rr CENTS. Sunday, j WASHINGTON, D. C, JANUARY 3, 1SJC. x.UL'frTA i.' z The Times' Branch Offices. Tlii,T.ni,,"IlltleXehMirplmiitf" can mviiiu tliolr Nup;ily of Mnriiliiej unit i: i-ntiiu "' Itno-. ut tin tullottiiitf umncli eitliot--: l'ruiik Smltli, -till mill C. sln.inv. il. AleXiiltv, 1C13U 14tli i-t. nw a. ii. aic-civ-i"''- int- vth Nt. mv. ii. iinsis a i n:i i'ii. uvp. ii w. Jui-Iti I.H.iIen, lOli hill M. mi. XV. V. Mac'tity, 821 11 t. ni; Juxcpli l'ettKimt, UII'J "tU st. nw. Tin clrcMilutloii o't The Time...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

-.qm- W.'"PA"IT-: the MOByrye titces, Friday', januaby 3, -1890. Si FLAIM1N1ED T I H CO-PASTOR ALLEN OBJECTS t VV PocKetbooks, 19c. -.----- , - tvs'v:!'rv' -3rfc ? f In imitation of Seal f Leather, with oxidized clasps. I Plush Opera Glass Bags ? f t t t t f f f f t t t , ? f 9 In red onlv 25c. 0 : 1 Adivsg Corset, 75c. M 7rf rffrlAWs V - Dr. Talmage Causes a Slight Cloud in the First Church. Ho Want to l'rencli Both .Morning uiidKveiilnjimidtllol'resliytory Hum Been Invoked. room made new delights for even the most fastidious. Madeof Alexandra Cloth, satin strips, two sidestcels, extra lonir waist, and hisrh corded bust. Boned with best French bone. In white and drab. Sizes 18 to 25. For 75c. Gingham Aprons xic in stead of lie. "Miito Lawn Aprons 19c instead of 2oc. For todaj- and tomorrow only. 7 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. frGje6' -- m 9- S. Kenn, Sons&Go. 8th and Market Space. The Beginning Of our Grand Semi Annual Clearing Sale TODAY. A Thousand Items in the Store. S. Kann, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

'"'sw-: -'asfs? "Tf? V"V"'"""?- -t.aje.-uitCT.r -i-jjjjs,---- THE MORJTnJ'G TIMES, JPl&DAYf A3Stf AltY OM?f. JxMmU -1 E2S3K, BOUGHT THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE WELL-KNOWN CLOTHIER, .' GEORGE SPRANSY OF 434 SEVENTH STREET, TzSt "" v v "Tf?.?Te-'SS?i, ! WE HAVE n . BBMaiBKaaBHlHHHHHBHHHBIMBJ m - AT AN ENORMOUS SACRIFICE FROM THE ACTUAL VALUE, AND SHALL OFFER IT TO TOU THE SPRANSY STOCK IS ON OUR FOURTH FLOOR! liisiness and Dress Suits. Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Spransy's Price, Price, Price, Price, Price, Price. Price, Price, Price, Price, Price, Price, $8.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 15.00 16.00 18.00 20.00 22.00 24.00 25.00 28.00 Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', Saks', $4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 7.50 8.00 9.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 12.50 14.00 BEGINNING THIS MORNING. Wholly and without reserve every gar ment every stitch AT EXACTLY Crowns Every Previous Effort. Working and D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

- THE MORN&m TIMES, FETDAY, JANUABT 8, 13B&. UTILE 101 MIDST IE Pathetic Case of Abbie Ryder of "Ryd3r,s Castle." JEER MOTHEE IS MOW DEAD Blio Ik Sulci to lit) the ItcMilt of the Unlawful Union of Ityder iiud Ml8 "KJiixey Board of Children's Guar diiius Seeks to ltesscue Her Dr.Suu derliuid Wanted to Adopt ller. Down In thatmystrrious-Ryder'sCastle" on New Jersey avenue, near the Sixth pre clDCtsiaiiou, where only ghosts und lenniii are supposed to keep company Willi the va grant and vicious people who dwell in It, there has lived u Utile curl -haired girl named Abbie Klnscy Ryder. She si as leloru Judge Miller In police court yesterday, and he now hub the task on his hand!, ot deciding ubi-cber the liit.c tot shall longer remain amid Mich eird, uncoulti, and contaminating wirrouudiiigs or Khali be turned over into the kind and friendly hand-, of the managers of the Board of Children's Guardians. A brighter, prettier child than Abbie can not he round In a day'a Journey. She ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 January 1896

,f ' THE MOBNTNG- TIMES, PBIDAY, JANUABY 8, 1896. THIS sale of ours is not an unloading of anybody's odds and ends, or bankrupt trash, but an HONEST, fi GENUINE reduction of our regular $22.50, $20. $ 1 8, $ 1 7 and $ 1 5 suits to mss SUITS you have bought from all this season and which today are as good values at the original prices as you'll find anywhere in America. There are double and single breasted sacks and cutaway frocks in all sizes, for Men and Youths. Robinson, Cliery & Co., 12th and F Streets, Clothes, Furnishings. Hats. Shoos. 30V 9 VVJ2 Sugar Free Today. We will give either four pounds of best Granulated Sugar or one dozen best Effgs to purchasers of groceries from our price list of one dollar's worth or over. rsH ITffi I"Ht,TT7" one dollar 1. pa purchases enough groceries, at our very reasonable prices, to keep a family of three persons a week. Notwithstanding this, our further liber ality is shown by giving enough sugar free with the dollar purchase to last the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

'ag-eg.s$"?iSi "sp,i was ths TIKES' circsi laiio.i for last W33X. be THE MBMHER TO-DAY. Btirr " I IT.. It- himI Cola WnVA. Northwesterly Winds, Extremely Cold Sunday Moruhic." - VOL. 2. NO. G38. COMPLETE III EVER! DETAIL. SUNDAY. Y1ME8 If 30U do not read it be gin tomorrow and find WELL INVESTED. It has departed from old lines. Its features are original and bright. It is crisp, newsy and up to date. Its twenty pages are full of intercbt and (Ll?ree Pennies Buy it. It will keep you posted 011 Men, Things, and Hap penings iu the world at large, gives the news of the da3 and is full of Original Local Features. Tomorrow The Times contains its Second H1I0N A beautiful, colored fash ion plate is given free with every paper. The Supplement this week is a The plale shows the effect of coloring and style, and on the WOMAN'S pflGE will be found a complete description of the costume with directions for its making. This is in addition to The Sunday Times' regu lar Woman's pages, which are full ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

TIIE MOBNING' TIMES, STUKDAY, JANUARY 4, 1890. T SEEK REFUGMH RUSSIA Armenians Find a Haven-Free From Swords. STaBBEDBY HIS FRIEND HIS CRY LURBITRiTIOK Chronicle's Commissioner Views Venezuelan Affairs. WERE COH INDEED Interesting Instalation Exercises of the Union Veteran Legion. HEW COMMANDER'S ADDRESS 'jst Full-Dress i A Uniform MMOSES Letts; tote K'ljed in a Drunken Row by Sam Patterson. t k3UIlS f) to-ineasure &$on& SO! F Mrrot Corner Llermtti. Moiagr Warehouse, iSd near 31. -BLOODFIELD THE SCENE GIVES SALISBURY ADVICE I3LAMISM OR STARVATION int Hat Rack, S7.35. The biggest Hat Rack value in the department. lt' of Solid Onk. with French hovel p ate inlrror. lsro deep 'ox,! Rent, U DttlS3 UOOKSCtlu two uouiiiw red racks lor bats An ill lack for We're selling a splendid double door Wardrobe for. ?S.50. S5.35 for a solid oak, five-drawer Chiffonier. AlST HOOti: .SIXTH TLOOR JST. .3 -. "I want to le the Jeic etrr ir'.o ionics into yo r HuiidJitsL" f .v. Sibenpctre for tfye ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

- -t- -- ,,ir Tlli-. lORSTXG T1MJ33, SATDAY, , fXAXUATlY 5, lSOtf. 3 EFEATEO i . S??5v fti?-r" -' -?"prj.j,j" FLHOiM s ca'yMy o LOTHiNG. ts price: ou METHODS! speak for themselves. 'We never go guunitig' for "an tediluvian" Clolhingf to scare up an "excuse" for holding a sale. Outside of the stocks Washington the others wouldn't furnish us enough Suits to hold a "Half-day" sale. What we are offering- 3-011 is the bright, new stylish clothing from which j'our friends have bought this sea son the ends of lots of the most stylish men's garments manufactured. We will buy back any Suit in this sale if returned in the condition bought. Men's Suits, $5. This is the lowest price we have "ever quoted for a full suit of Men's Clothing. It does not represent the value of the Coat and Vest, even. Variety of styles and patterns. Men's Suits, $7.50. These are broken sizes of our SIO, $12, S13.S0 and $15 Suits, and while we have not all sizes in any oae style, 3'et we have all sizes in the lot. Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

y - --, THE MOBNINGTIMES, SATURDAY, JANUAKY 4, 389G. - ST Jg--fs -.jMtj y f. zf'lli 4 r1 . The WasliingtonTimss- (lIo:iM.o, Ertsisa, and SniDir.) owsed and issued ur The Kiishiaqton Tinus CoinpariVi, TIIIES BUILDING. BonTUWEST Couseii Penj.sm.vams. Avence ami Temu Sibeet. Telephone Editorial Kooms, 1S3. Business Ofllco, 337. Vrloo Mornlnc or Lvenlac Edition.. One Cent. Sunday Kdltloa Three Cents. iTonlhly by Currier Morning nuil Sunday. Thirty-five Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. Mo-nlnc, ) IvBulngandJ- Fifty Cents. esnday, ) lYAbHINGTOX, D. G, JANUARY 4, 1BCG. U The Times' Branch Offices. TlieTliiiPK'"LttteXen H.Merc limit i" can m'ciire tliclr miiiiily of -MornlilK mid IIm'iMii Times nt the fullotvliitr brunch otflccri: Frank Smith, 4th unit G Ms. nv.' 31. Me-Nulty, I .'Kit; 14th M. nw. A. Jt. ilcCliwkcy. I'-ll- Till nt. nw. II. IIiiki. 1115:1 Vu. inc. n w. JiiKi-pti I.lt.ilen, 40(1 Kill st. M). V. K. .Mitck.ey, 821 H t. lie Josyjili I'etlmmt, UOO 7tU ht. hit. Tin- circulation of TLo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

-;"assj jgffi&&&3?&&?,'K''-' 9zi&&Xi ?2giTr'-"-t2$!$!M s?.fe!rfeM'qssahap m&Bt is5r THE MOBBING TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1890. PLAN WED T TH J Lansburgh & Bro J & 9 Slightly 7 f t t t Soiled. During tho bui-' CIirlHtinu rusdi tiling" ro bundled it llttlu morn roughly tlniiidur Iuk any other veiiKun of tho year. Wo ciinuut nwild it. .Somo things Hhow they Imte been handled mid mut bo re duced. Under tills lieiulln;; como it lot "f Children! JlremsCH. t f SEDUCED FB8MSLr0 TO 7SC. One lot Children's While UrcKsex, nmilo of fine isiiln nooIc, with tucked yoko buck mid front. Deep ruffle of em broidery oer the islioulderH. Vull sleeve. Extra wldo skirt, with deep hem. Size to fit children from G months to 15 year?.. Redncsd fGin $1.50 to 75c. REDUCED FROM S'e TO 39c. ()m lot Infants' lllhbeil Shirts. All wool. High' neck mid long sleet c. Double row of fuiscy silk stitching down front. Sizes to fit children from I mouth to 4 years. Redassd Iron ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

tgpf;-'c'Ja?"',',5,,?'I "''-'rvmeirT THE MORNEKG T1MJE9. SATUKDA.Y, JAXUABl' 1, 1S9. 6 ' srsWS?f:T' stSf""-' ' liu.'s, Hnrcalm. A Few Bargains. We're getting ready for new consignments for the Spring trade now. All those lines we intend to drop we arc forcing out 3011 Snow what that means prices away below zero. We haven't a great many we fcceo too clean a stock, we don't accumulate a lot of odds and ends but there are a few mighty good bargains to be picked up just now in all three of our de partments" especially Carpets. We've some short pieces of Car pet that arc going for about half what they cost us. Wash. B. Williams, Furniture. Carpets, Drapery. 7th and D Sts. N. W. Dr. LEATHERMAN, No Fee Until Cured. 602 F STREET N. W. rreRtsallClIUONlC.NEItVOUSandlJLOOD diseases JilliNEYaihlllLADDKRdhasis, VARICOCELE. HYDROCELE. BTBIO TUKi;, etc. PRIVATE diseases quickly ana perma nently cured. Vitality rcsteired. V,P"ui' tatlou Tree. Hours. 1 to 12 am. J to 0 S. ra.: Tuesday. Thursday and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

SH!5SSfSy THE MORNING TIMES, SATCIiDAY, JANUARY 4, 1896. J 1 i 5 ! ,.., '" J " " - i t ttumtca notici:s. REV. DR.TALMAGE preaches tomorrow evening nt the First Freshilerlan Churcli. Four-anil-?-iair street. Come early if jcu wish tDJiudstauding room. EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN Cill'RCII Corner Sixth street ami Maryland .-.venue northeast. Rev. Dr. T. C. Knsto'i pastor: Prcachingat 11a.m.. h) Rev. Jolm Chester, D. 1)., and al 7:30 p. m. by Prof. John W Chltkcrirg, S. S.,nl iiuion.m. JuniorCliris tian Endeavor at 8. ami Y. P. S. C. E.-at 0-30 p.m. Service cathev.'nluijdurmgthe week of prnjer except Saturday. CHURCH OF OUR FATHER-Corncr of TliirtecnthandLstreetsnorihwest. Services at 11 a. m. mwl 7-30 ii. in. Rev. A. O Rogers, 1). I.. paslor. Morning, the first in a course of sermons on "The Life of Daniel." Subject, "An Early Test of Character." Evening, the iixth Illus trated M-rmon on the OIJ Testament." Sub ject, "Tl e History of the Tabernae!e1o the Return of the Spies." Popular praise ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 January 1896

TVn,Sr---fsv ''VIpa'C'-'"'"-'-' 'a::fWi!yhi!?4lSfi'?t'T - s's$f0"- rFmgnftrij,-' -r THE MOHNING TIMES, SATURDAY. JANUARY 4, 1S9G. "-, V THIS MORNING?- CEEL CHILLY Slop., in here and jet an Ulster and 3'ou'll be as warm as toast. There's a full line of them liercj regular storm-defiers, Montagnacs, Elysians, Chinchillas, Friezes,. Meltons and similar fabrics, cut extra long with deep storm 'collaV: Prices $10, $12, $15, and up to $40 all sizes. THE$llJggLsALE of $22.50, $20, $18,'$17 & $15 Ah A i . d Robinson, Cliery 4 Co., 1 " -i J r" c i i clothes. rn anc r rreers. purnihin.. m. as w w v v v - - w w Hats, Shoes. ire in m wiaBgwaMEea We take away the only excuse You can urg-c for not dressing; ,w,ell; wegive you all the credit -6u ask. - 1l nLA Ladies' Cloth Jackets.. $2.25 Ladies' Fine Cloth Jack ets 8.50 Worth 12.00. Ladies' Fine Kersey """ Jackets ". 14t50 Worth $24.00. Men's Styl Ts"li Suits. $7.50 Men's Fine Suits 9.50 Men's Fine ly e r s c y Ovcrcoats 9.50 Me'n's extra fiu...

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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