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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

THE MORNING TIMES, SJISD&XKa JAJT ITABY 12, 1896. 13 I 1 j ... . i rrMffi3 m M G&YHEW YORKTHE&TERS Erglish Piays and Players Have the Gall at Present. SOME NEW PKODUCTIONS At Lcuit lliiir Dozen Sow Attrac .1.,,,.. Score DlKttiict SticceNwes In the i!rtroiollM IIJ-I'k Vluy, A ltlnck Sheep," Presented. yirt rime In "ew York. for tUu yew Vork. Jan. G-Tbls week wo are tavios an unusual richness of new dramatic attrac4s At five ,,r si, fixators plajs that Iiavc novor u-r.re been "'en here were pre-ti-ntnl and "' a majority of cases a "touch- '- was scored. In addition to all this, a new puv house callwl Satitord's Theater iras thrown oven to the public. Fn-iiablv the most Important of the Moroli' hibm premic-uuus ""' '"'"" intpst ulav, "The Benefit of the Doubt," i.ii - -"''-' "Ka at Ulp Lyceum Theater The story of the piece is a .jmiiatii-ui one, ami like others of this author'-, interesting from start to finish. The iast Includes Isabel Irvine, Elita rroctor-uiiN Herbert Kc...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

jgesroyy JLSitftr-rtrjfit&fti H"CTtfkigJhBgWfcin -y&F ir - T - ? ri'rJ 5--:' t 14 THE MOliNYSQ TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 189ft. tS'iWv35BT-:i Fjf- IT B&- rfc TBt WUh jm?, cv$ AN INTERVIEW KITH THE GREAT FRENCH DIVA. The Prima Donna Has Had Hon ors Heaped Upon Her by the Whole World. In a room whose atmosphere Is he-ivy ivith the perfume of luscious rose and fragrant Wolcts, isitors to Mile. Calve are recebuil' by a. i harming and distin guished woman. Mine. d'Hardelot, the composer anil confidential friend or the diva. lime. d'Hardelot, who accompa nied Cahe to America, and will remain v with her throughout the season. Is part English, and acta as Interpreter for the singer, who speaks EnglMi scarcely at all Mile. Cale was gowned in a skirt of black satin, with a bodice of scarlet crc, pon, which was astly becoming to her passing across It In a serul-cLrcle. This latter war deslgiwdihy.iCountess Olelclicn. a roial..relatIve. who ha also completed at Uic queen's order a ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

M yw- s HISS GOULD'S BENEVOLENT' KOKK AT "WOODY CREST." Richest Woman'in America, She Is Conspicuous for the Plain ness of Her Costumes. Caring for young children the especial channel In which Miss Helen Gould's chnr jty set ins lo run. Her niUi'l f doing good Is an cml ncntly personal one. fche Is nol content tnerclv 1 sign cheeks fur a deserting pur pose, hut, iMit unlike the pnrUli visiting jrslem of great ladles In England, she per sonally visits the Institutions which she pccuukirllj assists Several limes during the winter, accom- .MKs Helen Gould. ranieel liv i friend. Miss Gould ilcvnles a iay lo the creches or day nurseries; she visits each one In town, ha-, a little ehat with the matron, Inquires Into the special needs of ire invtltmlnti. t ikes a peep Into the nurse rv where I ho labies spend the elay. looks in upon the older children who ore having learns In the schoolroom, and then fke- 1 er dipirture. Her manner Is pijU clunnns .ind uinfrecteil. her dress Tirv quui mil ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

3S.i,t-7 ' - ''ggJks.' v-" , fi.t'' 1 -J Uit.r.'t H I "s tri wmssfTsmm- - c t- Wl 4 . if? 5 ? . y I wt i m 16 In Hanaman's Jgmpte. I T was (lie time of the Indian monsoon. Ever j tiling was damp nnU mouldy; while, to add to our distress, we had been sent-to camp out, for cholera was. rife In the barracks. I, George Paton, was sluing upon the fide of my camp bedstead, smoking and Chatting with Col, Cornwallls, one Stirling tnorning, when the latter's orderly came into the tent. Dennis, the orderly, presented ns solemn countenance as it he had to report the destruction of the entire contents of the canteen. He stood at attention till Corn wallls, eying him curiously, nsked. "Well, Dennis, what has gone wrong this time? llae these Hindoo Johnules risen at last?" "No such luck, colonel," answered Dennis, with a limp smile. ''We'if bin stuck under canvas for fear of that cholery till I'd give the coat av me back for a good, murderous cut in at them mutinous beggars. By the Howly Mother, ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

'S,-,t'a?JiVrS"i-JI55 T TTSrT---P-TIWB . t - cj' ,--. THJJT MORKiyg TIMES, STODATFrNlTAnTT 12. 1896. 17 r VEELEII IKES ltEWAHU COL COJtrOHT. THE DECEPTIVE GAME1IAG. )I i 1 DuiiKcm Up Money cr jvrllft! Glmm. jer viatcld" i I 2 l'eolcr Iko. to tliu redone How daroyou take tliut KCiiUcuiauVnutcU and pocket took7 Give 'era to met Ills lnstiuill tP w-ggjgS 3 Mlllluiuilro How can I oer repay you for your Limine-., my dear rlond? "Sg 4 reeler lUo I'm amply repaid ultli llici-e. Thank you good-day. All, THAT'S THE QUESTION! 1 ' hm '.jn?'" syHaii f ffaok TVlmt Is your favorite drink champagne or beer? ' Harry It depends. Is It your treat or mine? ' Napoleon (imIi1j Iton'L trllyer nuidder ilul,,nu nphct In tfu fciion, 'Ltzhuth, mi I'll Ireut or tor ico erinuii lien noKlt.slioiiie. THE LOST AHAI. I 4 l!llk4. wl vNKr?T . AX, ENGLISH CARTOONIST'S IDEA. sSiS fiLfbsfcrv " l Tramp Madam, uuti't wiMpIea! le inc MiinotliliiK to cut V i'm u pimr lint IioiicM Mldli-r nlitit lo-t mi mui at do buttle o' ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

V? ! iV- . -- -&&&! -" - "'w;rr-SF-.T?"VF: ' V-V f V't -W" v i x ' f 18 THE MOUSING TIMES, SUNDAY, JAiN LTAHY 12, 1896. A WEEK INJiBOR CIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workmen of ths District. iieetin'gs rou Tin; vi:j:k. SUNDAY, JANUAKY 12. 1.. A., -JPIIR, K, of L., Musicians W !l.rs Ball, lliprl.iii .mil i mkiK i out heist.. IA, ll-i'.l, K. of I, DoiiKl.tss rro cresBivi' Assrinhlv- or htc.iln Engineers. Ilall.Xo.COjtrsr. Dlstriit An-emblv-, K. of L., K.ccutivc Commute.- Tiling iiuihlintc. L. A., 0341, K. of I, Journeymen liulilic-rs PJnti-rcr' Hall, l"our-jiul-u-lialf street utnl I'tnnylraiil.i ;iv-ituc. MONDAY, JANUAKY 13. I.. A., No. l!iy, Ilniihcrhood of Cnr- Jntcn Hall, No. 27 Massachusetts, I.Vi'llllO. L- A., 10U, K. or J, PJnMcrc-rs VlastcnTs1 Hail, l'eur-.inil-a li.ilf street ml Pennsylvania, avenue. L. A., 17-1S K. rt 1, Can titers ami Joiners Society Temple, Fifth anil G st reel". L. A., 122P, K. of I., I-ntlieis K. of I'. Hall, No. -I2r. Twelfth xtrcct...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

"wP fqg&2g?l&f?5r-Z -arBPSB: P5SSJ-,c-e7i.,3 jff J?SiiVW!ar!?7f-Ji.'-i-- ""l-s3i''""!??B3fpBr ' ' - Si W'iUU'i fc,( ,-, THE MOHNjENQ- TIMjEjgg .iTOftAY JNTT ATI Y 12. 18HG i... UJI i tlw ' ," 19 in ir . m 1" . J ' " M , - SVECIAI. NOTICE'S. Mil SAI.K-MlnKM,AXEmiS. BlltTlD b, Rna . E.nL cn , "i nKnn BnanA. hnoi -.nr. . anKnnam SITUATIONS, WASTED-MALE HELP WASTED-MALE. . ...!... ... fl.ft ftnl l.f.lfll.fa tT the Cross Slanufiiclunng Compaiiy Is nllcd to Vc 1 old January 2. IMlO. JEB T?isi)A Y. at 3 I'- a- c olri"' r IC rtiniratir, 107 King street, Alexandria. Va. for the purpose ol : reorganizing the board of directors. W. A. NE1. Secretary. ' jana -n HUGH. A blizzard was raging across the plains. The wind Wcw Harshly and bitterly. The Bnow Tell in blinding sheets. with liU feet on the grate, Ills pipe in his mouth. Hugh Vincent Kit, ensconced from the storm. By his side was piled a huge block ..t periodicals. Books In rude caes stood against the wall. Deer heads and other tro...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 January 1896

Ml l ( II , 20 TILE MOKflTy& TIMES, SUNMT, JANUARY 12. 1806. m m ' " ' ' "" " v 1 - . 1 If THE! RESCUE TIE UfiifS ISST3 sJSS HOW OREGON WIS SiVED s2SJ25& G1MBLING IN OTHER DHS M AH II I Splendid Work of the George Maulsby Memorial Home. IS A PRACTICAL CHARITY An Institution That Cover-sn Peculiar I'ield Among; tile- New kIiiij h and Ot her Children and Cares for Ilmne len and llunKry Little One- Inter esting l'catiiirx ot This Enterprise. "The George Maulsbj Memorial Heme," or, as it is n'e,re cciiimonlj known, il.e Newsbojs' Home," on the southeast cor ner of Third nul C streets rorllivre&t, is one or the most practical charitable in stitutions in the cltj. its object, is most worthy and Is, deserving of tile moral mid financial support of the vv hole cominunlt y. Its operations exluid over a fied rarcly ever enured, except In special instances, by other workers, and for this reason it nu other, the resu't c,rKs gcod work has made it known nml felt. The- missionaries or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

S!WW,iflaS53BNS!ISaj4 -$? W31g5 r- y ' (ytu j ft li-' - r d THE HBITHER TO - Fair. Decidedly colder. North westerly Winds- VOL. 2. NO. 607. LEAD: triple mm mm Germany Denies Trying to Form' a Coalition Against England. ASPECT IS NOW PACIFIC Transvaal Government May Mukeuii Appeal for u Confercnco of tliu l'ovvers Hlsinarck: Warnstlie Gov ernment Against Making lVnce by Adopttug an International Volley. (Ey Cable to Tlie Times.) (Copj right by James Gordon lleunctt.) Et. Petersburg, Jan. 12. "I have eiery reason to doubt the reports tliat aro circu lating to tl c effect that Russia proposes to Join Germany on the Transvaal question. "There seems to have been a sudden re vulsion of fcelirs against the kaiser's 1-ot-bcaded action." Berlin, Jan. 12. In view of the fact that the future of Germany's relations with England is In volt id in doubt. Chancellor l'rlnce Von Hobrulcbe has sent assuring communications to the governments at Vienna and Home, pointing out that any diplomatic action ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

'ifivirftSnta9masi- -5jr-yiswi gt-".JV" -... ScB'ris&'2 ,tr'56??1!se-5 THE MOKNINGr TIMES; MONDAY, JANVJAEY 13, 1896. ae OSES rsirMt Ccruerhlsrcnth. ttctazi Warehouse Contrary to tho statement of f o n wf'rw not nganu for Chine' Fo.t Polish, and have r.o eauYjaasrs cut. U pell and rcommcud onlr "JAKEIKir HUlMTUKE 1'OLIjII ;Ua text that's xnado. TABOURETTE, $1.4-5. The Ta bonrette we sell for $1.45 sells so quickly that we have all we can do to keep the sup- . , .- ply III) tO tllti. - d e 111 a 11 d. . Need we say anything more in its favor? In oak and mahogany finish. ART ROOMS SIX! II I'LUOIt " Kant to be the Jetrelrr :ho ' cciMrs into $imr riiwlflrtW You'll find no Silver tongued Auctioneer; no Auction stock; no prehistoric goods; no. dry goods store jewel ry; no- drug store sii-. verware Here. Nothing but the best roods I can bay the best I can sell, and the low est prices for y 25-1000 Fine Silver and 14-karai GOLD in the city. Candidly I can not afford to sell anything but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

rr- -jBWliyW'g JlSlW" THE 3IORS1NO TIMES, MONDAY, .TAXlfAltY in, 1800. J ARTDCLI MEVI PEATED E .- ; '" Don't forget about that little lot of fort' Men's Suits made up to sell for $10, $12 and $15 which go on sale this morning at $7.50. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. Standard for the World. Toil See Them Everywhere 1896 Patterns Now Read;. district Cycle Go,, 452 Penna. Ave, N, W. ! A BOY and a " Tinkham Carrier ?Can do the work of a bora, wagon, and man. Can do It (JUfc'KElL Van dolt CHGAPKK Drop postal or 'p bone 535 for particulars. I Hadger, $L C5 (&SS - BB P" ilHS. GltETTIN, ENGINEElt. Elic Can It tin an Engine an Well us Ucr Husband. Philadelphia Press. Mrs. Elizabeth Grcttln rollows tlic most decidedly masculine work, She is a sta tionary engineer, not only In theory, but Id practice, proud oe Lcr license, Iroui the city, Loard, and more pioud of her ability to handle any cngme in the city. Mrs. Greltin's husband is a practical engineer, and it was from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

" vr.3rpF,--'- -v-ri'-sr-'iftrr ""' ' vS Vts?y--' is,' at -rw-jg r-Ei-rrwlt - V t-jsji, - 5 y uV -'yfitf5S-'T, ' 6S' W-'y5ffZ;"- NiVOty '5J r"'-'': ?-'. ; - THE MOKNTNG TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 3896. 4 ThsWashingtonTimss (1IOMXO, EvEXIKO, ASD SOSDAT.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Wasliinqtoa Times CompaaVi TIMES BUILDING, DCTSYiXSI COKSEtt PEX2Sn.YASti AVESCE AND TESTII StBEET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 135. Business Offlco, 337. rrice Uorn'ng or Evening Edition.- Ons Cent fcunday Edition Three Cents. lloatbly ly Carrier Horning and bunday ahlrlr-nve Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. Slornlug, ) Evening and J- Fifty Cexts. bunday, I The Times' Branch Offices. TlU'TlmeVLlttleNewKMercnaiiti." can Krcurti their Hupply of Morning tid Km'uIiis Times Ht tlio follovvlitjf branch office: Frank Smith, 4th nnd G Ms. nw. 11. aicNulty, 1330 14th ht. nw. A. II. AIcClor.k-y. 1312 7th Bt. iivr. II. nugr. U153 Ta. ttvo. nw. JOMt-i'li I.llidon, 400 BtU Ht. ko. TV. V. Muckny, 821 II Bt. nc. JOKfpli I'etlgii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

- Q4fS3 ST- ' 'fir 3 z&l-? 3S3i.5l - 4 THE MOENTffG TIMES, MONDAY, JANTJABY 13, 1895. ED T t 7 OtHi!&0I4OO Lansl)urgli & Bro. Tel T,.o$i0.00 tIio $12.50 $5.00 $6.25 Capes now Capos now $10.00 $7.50 9 9 ? 9 9 f f f 9 I The Ciip03 uow $19.00 $9.75 $10.00 $11.25 $12.50 $15.00 $17.50 Tho Co pas now . $22.50 .. $25.00 n,. $30.00 . $35.00 t.. $40.00 . $42.50 in. $45.00 Th. $50.00 $55.00 t $50.00 Cip?s cow Capos now Capes now Caj.es now $20.00 f $21.25 CAJK?3 now Capes now $22.50 $25.00 Cap 03 now Capes now $27.50 9 $30.00 Capes now Capes now Thes8 prices hold good for today only. We want to impress this on your minds so there won't be any after complaint. 9 f t t wiio: 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St, ? O0'0-Ct0'344)( ;,Renn,Sons40o. 8th and Market Soase. Our Great Semi-Annual Clearing Sale. Special Values in Every Department. Greater Bargains Than Ever. Don't Fail to Attend. .Kann, Sons & Co, 8th ami Market Space. Fresh Laid Eggs. Tcu cannot improve on a nice fresh eec tns trou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

f&VgnL - V 0 THE M0RNI1TG TIMES. MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1896. -". ) T3- Pnll) Bargains. Bargains in Carpets. We have just received a big shipment of Carpets for the spring trade, including a full line of new patterns in best qualities of rysseis which we will sell at Off DC paryd. A full line of excellent Bodv Brussels per ya. Remnants at Half Price We have a few REM NANTS we will close out at HALF PRICE! Tapestry Brussels 30c Body Brussels 50c Velvets and Moquettes 65c Wash. B.WilElams Furniture, Carpets. Draperies, 7th and D Sts. N. W. From Infancy To Old Age "OUR NATIYE HERBS" li the unequalled remely for those distressing disor lera of tbo LIVhKaud&TOMACil which a-e common In every family. Com posed oxcaisi rely ot barLs, roots and herbs of rare turatiro prop erties Hundreds of testimon ials bear witness to fta virtue. Jl a box of 0) dose. ALL DUUGGI&T3. Get a Good Organ. Organ" eugpests 4Eeij the world1" around the result of forty years of or gan rank inc. My If B2U a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

T!lrMi",i''sii-' -Nt-Ss--sBr3M'' v"S THE MOB3TNG- TIMES, MONDAY, JAltfTXAKY 13. 18f)6. , SITUATIONS WANTED for Ten Cents. T J i. Jf.ui' j.. m. ...... '.i..jjtiJimi HELP WANTED nty Words J srrrf.u. .onny. To tho Policy Holdors of tho Mutual Fire Insuranco Co., of D. C: The managers hate asked Congress for an amendment to the charter lu cbbic them to l.ot.i oer 3,000,000 capital to secure J.15,OOo,000 insurance. itniue ot Hie OVLKFLUd of assets Uiey tt-j ped taking new Insurance in September. They grant free ins.ir.inu.' to old and new pol.cy holders next jcur, regardless or their equi ties tn tin- comiaii. They refused to call a meeting of Hie uiiupauy to discuss thise Mt.u tutio.i. in'c our request that all policy lull Jers Vs are in favor of a ill itieud meet us on VTjHSDAY, January 1 1. 1890. at 8 o'UoiXii. in. alUruud Army Hall, 11.12 Fcnnsjlvan.i atcnuc itnrtmtc-st. L.iulcs are especially Imlted. Very respectfully, J. G. Wc,.!e. Cliarles C. 'Walter, W. C. Motz, Clir.sti.iu Caspa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 January 1896

''jrfg te&ww$mif&wF ! -.fj' "- 55fr "? " 'j-f- 'ihi-iKVsm.. ij!j tw(&c - THE MOHNIKGr TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 13. 1890. 8 Q Our Half Price And . One-Third Off Sale Of men's and 3pys;.S?acJ and Cut away Suits, Clay Diagonal Coats and Vests. Winter Overcoats, Ul sters, and Light-weight Overcoats is the greatest opportunity you ever had to secure good clothes at less than their real worth. Don't miss it. We'll buy back anything not satisfactory in any particular. Shall we see you today? I2th and F Sts. '"pODAY we inaugurate the 3 J greatest Furniture, Car- pet, Upholstery Goods, $ Lace Curtain and Wall Paper 2 Sale ever known in the city. Notwithstanding- the ridiculously low prices we have put on every article in the house, we give CREDIT to re sponsible parties. Wc want your trade we want to reduce sto:k. Our mammoth show room, covering- an area of over 25,000 square feet on the first floor, is crowded with as choice a line of Furniture, Carpets, Upholstery Goods, Lace Cur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 January 1896

T "i&5 ' ytCT5? " fte THE WPVTHER TO-DAY. 01 QJQ was the TIMES' circu it 1,0 ID Iatfon for last wask. The .STAR'S circulatto.i JQ7 CP for last week was . . . I0.3?0 mmts Fnlr. Stationary- Temperature. ' "Westerly "Winds. VOL. 2. JStO. 60S. WASHUgGTOy, P. C, TUESDAY MOBG-, JAXUAItr 14, 189G.--EICHIT TAGES. OE CENT. ;AL RAPE M APOU1MT F READDW ATTI - J - i. . - . ... - -.. .1... i , ... STUTUR STROKE ! Loelj & Hirsh Take a Daring Step. They Cut Clothing Prices in Half. Extraordinary' Measures Taken by a Well-known House to Reduce Its Enormous Stock, and Make Room for Spring Goods Tha His tory of It. Pome large liouscs have large aud mag nificent ways of doing business. When tJie well-known clothing house of Locb & Ilirsli took stock last week tlicy found tliey had, owing to the warm winter season of 1805-C, a cry large stock on liand, far too large. In !ew of an immense stock of new goods soon to arrive. "With this firm to see is to nctand after a conference II was decided...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 January 1896

"jpwjv "Hpygzti rsf?"1''"'" " rsssxrgy ' ---S. -r-Cfcc- - '"y-Ti-w ., - -. --v r v s ... ,r the MOHNiyq times; tujjsdatt, jajtitaet 11, isoo. wMOSES 5&S V Street Cenicr Eleventh. t lorap Wnrelio-to, zrd near AL Contmrr to tin statement-! of fon wo're not neurits forCnlns Vtiw I'd ill, and liar nocsjn.sr3 out. .o ull biiJ revOJimeJd ulr "UvitEiMr runNirUKK rouu tlio iet I lift 13 inn da TAEOURETTE, $1.45. y. Wj The Ta- UUUICLLU lit sell for $1.45 sells so quickly that we have all we can do to keep the sup ply up to the d c in a u d. Need we say anything jiiore in its favor? In Oakland mahogany finish. ai:t rooms sixth ri.ooit iranl to t the Jtvfsr who armes Into p'tttr miryt first," Gfoags Heiposi and only the newest goods, are to be found at my store. I have no old and out-of-date articles. You will find the very latest conceits in Jewelry, the very prettiest settings amongst my stock. My prices are the despair of other jewelers; the' up set all preconceived ideas of regular pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 January 1896

rA--T v -5- SJIvTi-jWw ( THE MOIiyiNG TIMES, TUESDAY, JAUATIY rejgOO 3 ARTDCLI OW DITOOM. A EFEATED SPA - W-Ssi" You will never know how juuch you are losing in not buying your Clothing here until you investigate. Fool ish not to ! Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St Standard for the World, lou See Them Everywhere 1696 Patterns Now Ready. District Cycle Go, 452 Penna. Ave. N. W. OVER 175,000 PEOPLE Read The Times Daily. 165,000 of this number have catarrh in some form. The rich and poor, the young- and old share the same fate from this ter rible malady. Some of the Alarming Symptoms. Do you linve headache? Is your throal s,re ami dry? Io jou have ringing; In the cars? lire you nervous anil Irritable? Do your cjos pain anil burn? Is our voice husk? Do you hawk and spit? Have jou pain In chcl and back? Do you tnke Cold casllj? lo you get confused and mixed up? IIae you an odur from nose and throal? Do you cough and gat; in the morulng? Is your nose stopped up? Js your sto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 January 1896

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Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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