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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 29 April 1896

.'"'' -"-iTii UHHPEaiGswx:vijHin pwmii ,v i jt.fTr.ASv-"-!!-.-'-'-?- : v ' yihtv-i -vb-j-j ji-'; -; . -s-.jj,i1jr r iTr' .UiTiS :- . ,5!SS&SSS?53,'-SSSS3S5H- ' "-FiJ&L-'K'-t'5 i?- THE EVENING -TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 29, 1896. 8 HMMBHHmVITS -3mjKr 4wlOnilFHn!MQ JUST RECEIVED another big lot of those all wool, fast color, navy blue, rough, cheviot, sack suitsvhich sold so fast at $12.50. Poorer ones are sold all over town at-$15 and $16.50, and any tailor would ask $22.50 or $25 for their equal. Just 65 suits, all sizes, 33 to 44,chest measure. Still saving you money on shoes in those lots that are being closed out at much less than usual prices. As little as half buys some of .them. Spring Hats, Lighter Underwear, Spring Clothes for the Boys and Children are all ready. Some additional styles in those superior Shirt Waists for ladies, and all sizes again in those lots which had become broken. See them at your leisure. Robinson, Chcry & Co., ,-.. . ( CLOTHE3, 12th and F St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

t. vir "" --?, Kr.j&rJmi .uv. . J j. i ,-?. el. ..tc'n J-.' ' J ii'itl.' WrJm ?PH .rkzz$&K rsssgs iiJ?.'J4ff-S55.'rK -- "- , ----t---o-j --f Mwiyp-, """S liijrj 73?7t,?-EC j-- ' " I '" """"' !"J1 -.- -,,, . 54 ri 5, " was the TIMES' circu- ImIIah far !! uiaaU r-4 rl 2 XCLUSIVE Hll-day service ol the Mr United Press, Novr England As- socluted Press, Southern Aixr cltted Pi ess, New York Stute Ahoci ated Press, supplemented by the el cIukIvij rluht to publish in Wushlni; ton tlin Now York Uuruld copyright Cublo Service. ucnttt JWUW lailUII IUI IQdl flODIIi The STAR'S circulation JOJ DEC for last week was . . . 101,030 WASHINGrTOiT, D. C, THURSDAY JEVENTNGr, .APHIL 30, 1896 TWELVE PA&E3. ONE CENT. VOL. 1. SO. 232. 9imes dlh WlM If k NEGLIGEE Shirts, stacks upon stacks of them; everything that's new and de sirable is here colors, patterns, and qualities to suit everybody prices, too, are as pleas ing as the styles and patterns. Think of the nicest suit you ever saw at the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

,V---Tr- '''p--,'s- rrfKj '-V-pKB..- KRS?--,?! sjp'Sk?- s - -viy jvjfrs tiSy?. i,',ift'".-'!,iirtaj?y vMi as-gu gsw "ss.- THE EVENING TlMffiffc. THUBSDAY, APRLL 30, 189G. - i55-" r $10 and $12 Suits for $6.50, and , credit to boot. This is an unusual sale in more respects than one. Be side the 500 Men's Suits Single and Double Breasted Cheviots and Cassimeres there are. or rather were, 223 Boys' Short Pants Suits, regular $3 ones, which we are selling for $1.53. They're Double Breasttd Cassi nieres, sizes 4 to 15 years. Buying them is just like finding the difference in money. Any man can find his size in the Men's lot. Today we fitted some of the big gest and some of the small est men in town. We got every size when we took the lot for we knew there would be a demand for the extra sizes. You'll like the patterns, for they're fash ionable some loud for those who want them many quiet ones for people of quiet tastes but there's many in between that will suit the multitude. Remember, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

rsas-- grnix;-- -.to " -w-? THE EVENING TIMES, THtTjKSgfflr; ' A3PBHi ' 30, 1898. MUNYON'S Improved Homeopathic , REMEDIES. Most popular Medicines Ever Pat Before the Public. " In All Troubles or Diseases They Give Immediate Relief AND A PERMANENT CURE With Mnnyon's Remedies Any One Can Doctor Himself. THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS So Family Md Be Without a Supply ol These Cores. THEY SAVE DOCTORS' BILLS Tliey Are Not Cure-alls, bat a Ssparale. Specific tor Eaco Disease ReMur Do They Contain Any Poisoaous Drugs No? Detain You from Your Daily Avocatioi Sold by All Druggists, flostly for 2sc Per Vial. No Guess Work, No Experimenting, Munyon's t'.uldu to Ht-ultli Will De scribe the Nature ot Tour DlseuHO mid Tell Wlmt to Take Every Mmlier Cull llecomo tin) Family riiy-svc-lan A (separate. Cure for Eiieli Disease Every lleniedy Huh I'luln Directions So There Can lie No Mistake Sold by All DniKjsts, 25 Cents n llnttle ir You Are In Doubt N to the Nntiir of Your DImmi Consult Miinyon's .Sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

s'z '5-vL,-vsa.s5fi'-i5rs?S3 itW-W-W THE EVENNr TliffJEnTHUESDAT, APRIL 30. 189B. THE WASHINGTON TIMES (MOBKIXO, EVKNIXQ AMD BDNDAT) OWNED AND ISSUED 111" THE WASHDIGTIW TIMES COMPANY. TIMES BUILDING. EODTUWEST CoiIJfKK PKNVSYI.VAHIA AVE- mtk ami Tenth hTitsirr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 3S. Business Office. a(T. Price- Mornirg "r Evening Edition. One Cent Sunday Edition Three CnU Ifnnthly. by Carrier Mnrning and bandar ThlrtT-nre Centi Evening. .Iliirtr CenU Mnrning. ) Evening and- Fiirrr Cents bunday. I BY MAIL.. rOSTAGE rHKPA.II. Horning Evonliitr Htid hunauy.... 50o Ucirnlmz and Sniiduy 3So Evening and Sunday... -. 35o WASHINGTON. l. C. APRILS) IMS. The Times reaches MORE PEOPLE tsu every day in the week than any daily paper published in the Dis trict of Columbia. No other paper can successfully assail this statement Drculation books open to all. The. circulation of Tho Tlm fur tin; week ended April 20, 18UU, vv uh an follow h: Monday, April 20 . . . 38,926 Tuesday, April 21 . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

WUU jr"MaSiWIPJJi.J!J?,-.H tfi-1. 'LVMf -' "8KVV3t'J --VW.' WBgr EV w -V & Wj UJ: JJt T THE EVENING TJMBSjSTHIIR8PA3C APBIL 30, 1800. 53Sl!ES!E?3Sr-'SS-SS!? r ww ' ' - REMNANTS and SHORT LENQTHS. Plenty of them-money eav-ers-probably Just the length you would want, and ODDS AND ENDS at almost half the regular prices. It Is really worth your while to attend this great sale on our 3d floor thfa Friday. Among the most prominent values are these: 3,200 yards 3-4 Dnbleach- , ed Cotton -s yd 1.600 yds Black Willow Cloth Remnants a lieht-welght material fordressos, fast colors, 03. worth 8c yard, for 3' yd 1,050 yds 40-lnch Cream Colored Madras Drap ery, worth 12Jc yard, t for t yd 1,200 yds Indluo Blue Prints, good styles and colors, worth 8c yard, A3 tor.. a 1,580 yards New Style ,3 Dress Ginghams .... t yd A mixed lot of Dark and Light Figured 12c cr Lawns, for J yd A mixed lot or Figured Batiste, Lawns and Percales, worth 12c f yard, for 3 yd A lot of Black, Plaid, Striped and Figu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

BPCHW(WH.rafc. , jJT-nW1-,STrr-T' -S-JTTT vjMBipcff ' ''rf4J--3S5Wi-r-as .T. TP4 -' "-. t'-'S'i.1i!3KP?r LiiniiniiiiiiniiiiiPi I $6.25 SUIT SALE! 1AJr While there are not all sizes in any one style, there are ail sizes In the lot. To day's buyers are reasonably sure of getting their size in the style they like best. Black and Navy Blue Serges, Cheviots, and a variety of fancy mixtures. The truth is strong enough for us, so we shall not attempt any fairytales. Don't confound these with any of the $8 or $10 suits elsewhere, for our regular prices were already $2 or more below others' prices. We were fortunate enough to secure 200 pairs of Men's All-Wool Trousers which we shall sell at the low price of $1.75 per pair. $10, $12 and $15 ( C CA OVERCOATS CD U . U U . EE These are the " Broken Sizes " of some of our best-selling spring styles. Going e to move them at once. The regular prices were SIO, $12 and $15. Choice of the fe lot, $5.50. pE Remember, we shall offer these 3 lots at the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

WS . i?itSES . -, - i ..... - .. . ... .- A - THE lEVENlNG . TIMES, 3KUBSDAY, -APBEL 80, 1806. :::::::::: :; :::o::::: ipppFP5 HISTORY flFJE IHHt Rapid Growth of the Popularity of the Bicycle. OUTLOOK FOR ITS FUTURE New York Clothing; House, 9i W 311 Seventh Street. "If Columbia is not best, there is no best.'1 THE POTENT i . m '' : lis Interesting to Stand on The Conduit Road and watch the never cea3ing procession of bicyclists sweeping by singly and in clouds. And then to watch the nameplates on the wheels as they whirl by! The COLUMBIA nameplate stands out most prominently and most numerously, for COLUMBIA riders are ever in the majority the country over. Road-riding severely tries the cheap wheel the doubtful wheel the gaudy wheel but no test is too great for the COLUMBIA the standard of the whole world. Ifyoti cannot ride, Columbia Riding Academy, 22d & . P Streets, is at t . your service with - .. its 12,000 feet of - - . " Jloor sacc. Poye Mfg. Co. J. Hart Brittaln. local...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

gPT??' - v jJ-Tfw--JK'.wS,;4 ,.,,, , ... , r -r-r AHM'dBMiaaBVHHonwL. iinnnMiwmRn0anMiKaBHaHX!ma .'-SKJW fi-Sa-Sf StS??" ttVfSF- .-:- 35i-'J3Brv'VLii't, -T :s -"s VTT " Jr,Bil-. j s-- - - - - -;t .i?--.-. .rC5 e - ZFt "S - J" - fc THE EVENED TIMES; TJmBSPaLY, AfBlL 30, 1896. 8 Sugar Free. Tomorrow ire will give five pounds ot best Granulated Sugar free to caeh purchaser or one pound of CO cent Gunpowder, Oolong, Best Mixed Tea, or three pounds 30 cent Java and Mocha Coffee. Every pound of these tens nnd coffees guaranteed satisfactory, or money refunded. The 6Ugar we give Is best Franklin granulated, and It's worth 0 cents per pound. 20c Friday. Arbucklc's package coffee goes for 20 cents a package tomorrow. The reason the Arbucklc's we fell Is better than can usually be found any wncro else Is It's perfectly fresh. Wc sell It so fast at our price that It Is always In good condition. Lcvering's package coffee also 20 cents. He Friday. Eggs for 11 cents per dozen are as cheap as anyt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

o rf5- -,;v . rvf--v vv -?.- - fcS!Jii!p T,? VIa,'r the j;vEiay& tim.es; 'JHubsday, apbil ao, i89o. V j - - f--r I . W BAUMS, 4i6 7th St. Will be, as usual, Bargain Day 5c yard. Grass Linen, in the newest effeots, stripes ami figured; regular alue 10c. per yard. 8c yard. IVst Quality of liinghuuis in the most desirable patterns for summer wear; regu lar value 12 l-2c. per yard. 35c yard. Black Diagonal dress goods; 10 inches wide; the regular COc. quality. 9c yard. Pillow Cases, 3Gx45 inches, made of Xockwood cotton; rtgular value 12 l-2c 95c yard. Crochet and Marseilles Bed Spreads, 2 3-1 j.init. long Ju iirclty designs; regular value $1.25. 1 9c yard. Children's fine mull caps lightly soiled; weic 91.00. and hats. 1 Oc yard. Men's fancy cotton hair hose In tan, brown, slate aud gray; a bargain at tlie price. 6Sc yard. Children's C4otli Heelers, in Red, lilue end Urown. sizes, 2 to 5 jcars; regular i.iluc $1.23. 89c yard. Baraplc line of Ladies' Skirls. Corset Covers, and at $2...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

Pssip -frtV Yv""ii' TNiV'!ii!i 10 THE EVENLSTG T1MES.T THURSDAY, AVRTL 30, 1896. i -4, frWVyVEMVK'VVV'gFiggl u Go, p)k (DIP E)DgppDOQ'ISDllDOl ' 0. DflffianpoD ' Tten Kl IP! D xooDft DoDftsid ftDDD- Because We Have Reached Our Patrons Hearts Secured Their Confidence and Touched Their. Purses yffliruf g g w rHEJN we offer clothing- values they are honest and above board. We have no room for Shoddy Clothing AT ANY PRICE. When we make a new customer we want to retain him to have him come again to us, and tell his friends to do likewise. So the logic of our argument is simply that IT WOULD NOT PAY US TO SELL POOR CLOTHING. To verify this assertion here are some quotations, but you must see the goods to fully realize the grand values they are. Hen's Suits. Men's Lijjht Weight Cassimere Suit, S7.00. Tennille's price. $2.95 Men's Blue Serges, Sateen trim med, S10.00. Tennille's price $4-98 Men's Light Color Cheviots, $12.03. Tennille's price $5.25 Genuine Clay Worsted Frock Suit, $15.00. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

4ivN r Jpri ' &??. 's?3& ? 555ETslS37C3Jg5Br55x,pja?.w. T&mZi&fS&l? 'n&s THE MOgTiayG TJMEgrTHITRSDAT, JLPlftL 30 '1806. 31 lPipspP'sSSpifipp ji. , , .. h ; n ;-v v -v- - a nAiLnoABa Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORN EH OP SIXTH AND B STREETS. In Effect April 24, 1800. ".O.aOA.ar.l'ENNSYLVANIALIMIT-iu-l'uiuiiuii Sleeping, Dining, Snioklng and Observation Curs Harrlsburg to Chicago. Cincinnati, Inillauapolis, St. Louis. Cleveland and Toledo. Buffet Varlor Car to Ilarrisburg. 10.30 .A.. M. FAST LINE Fullman llutiti I'arior Car to llarrisbure. rarlor and Dining Cars Ilarrisburg to Pittsburg. 8.4 O -p. JUT. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EArltEso-Pulinian Burict Parlor Car to Ilarrisburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Ilarrisburg to St. Louis, Cinciuuall.Louis villa and Chicago. T.10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS I'ullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrlsburg to Cleveland. Dining, Car to Chicago. ' T.IO P. at. SOUTHWESTERN EX PRESS Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars to St. Louis, uu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 April 1896

-, --' r -i-r-&?s'rz tS&i&fZPSMftt-i- - ' " ""i :?- - '-' - - --T- THE EVEyiNgJTIM.EfjarHUBSPAY, APBH. 30, 1896. j2 VICTOR E. ADLER v f 923-925-927-929 SEVENTH ST. N.W. REBUILDING SALE OPEN TODAY. And Mich an OPHSINO. It will llncr lone In the minds ot thU people. Never before in tue history or clmtiu B seMln J io Washington were sucU splendid values quoted at sucli ridiculously Imv prices. " . . . Wawcro closed three tin s miklne; a munleroo aoult noon the largest, rich ct, hand-omest, and most eleffant stock of T.ULOU-MAI1E CLOTHING that err craced the Tour floors of onr stores. We had no mere; on tho govern nc prices of tle-e t-ntliel nen, stll-h. and beautiful lines of foods, bu: drove the knife Into them un to the hilt. And now e want you to come and take them away whilst they aro with out snot o- blemish in ucir newness and fie huets, uncontamlnatod by the corroding dusts of time r mortar, brick, and plaster lor we are golnc to break through walls, tear down partit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 May 1896

!fg w; A-f?"!' -. --SPBR?SraSSSfP " -j ,-,. m v- j-snsj'i'svij'vry -",- -g- - 53fSf! T . "". ..tti "ts-t... K1 Ht-. V- ., Trla iJMWCJKb m, v'was.1 -s-i -JhtZaK&?PfA.SWH Wa'-Vv"--' f y-vv n t -u 1J is was the TIMES' circu lation (or last week. ticmn ? XCXUSI.' E ull-duy Mervlce. of l ho JZ. Unlt'i-d l'renM.Nejv England Ab- Huclutcd I'reM, SotitlK-ru Akku clutid Pi ewe, Ni-w York State AmkooI '1 l'reuM, upplemeuted by the. ex clusive rlslit to publlHh lu Wiitdilnc ton tli New Turk Herald copyright Cublo Service. into The STAR'S circulation JOJ OCR for last week was . . . IUI,uuu WASHINGTON, D. C'FItCDAY EVJENIK &, vja.Y 1, 189G EIGHT PAGES. VOL. 1. JSTO. 233. ONE CENT. 4?5r H rK a " THE MOST Opportune Moment Is at Hand. GRASP Its Like Has Never Been Attempted Before. Our consignments for the pist few dajs nave consisted principally or Fine Spring Suits and Top Coat's, made by leading merchant tailors, which were either mis fits or uncalled for, and ill order to make tliem move...

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

f-f -i 9 EVENING T13IEji-jJniI)AY, 31 AY 1, 1896. -2 THE the CTTWTTTT mTTTn FT TTTTiT mTItTTiriTHIHTIintW We will reset diamond inonruwn factory ai fac lory prices. ...... E This Is the Season FOE Belts... Wc have a most com plete line of the latest conceits in these goods. White Ba'.ti asem to have the cal'. We have them in Silk, Leatasr acd the Sew Elastic Celluloti. Prices from S1.50 np Silk Belts, witl sterling- silver bncklei ...'. 75c Others from SLOO to 810 Leather Belt!, with sterling sil ver buckles 91.25 Others freir 1.50 to S7.50 Fancy Brickies in gilt and Eus slan enamel, oar own importa tion $2 50 Shirt Waist Sets, sterling silver, compnsiig link cuff buttons and 4 studs. 50c Fancy Cnameled Sets. ...Slto2.60 i R, Harris & Co. I 7th and D Sts. N. W. QUUimUiiliilUUUiUUlUlUUUUiUUliilQ TO STAND BY EACH OTHER Alliance Conoluded Between Brazil, Boliv a, Urtrjuiy and Para jnay. "Wbolu 1 rndo of Venezuela Gradually Sfttllnil at Ciiraciiw Americans sjieklni; to Gain a I'm t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 May 1896

sFSpsscr Lr-ffi(;rw.'4-e nv,-wie MEJ' ' .. - THE EVENING TIMES, FRIDAY, MAT 1, 1896. F rf " rarker. midget A Co, Clothiers, aljTthbt. "Broken Sizes" in $8, $10 and $12 Suits For $6.25! Join the throng today and pick out your Spring j Suit tomorrow may be too late ! I Come in while I you are reason ably sure ot get ting your size. We've had a grand season up to now sold more Suits than ever before and the demand naturally broke several of our best lines. "We have "bunched" all of the "broken sizes," .and offer them at the low price of $6.25. Don't buy your Spring Suit until you have looked at these. 'Twont take you long to see that you want one. Remember the sale closes Saturdaj' night. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street. Better pay $ioo for a COLUHBIA with a Co lumbia guarantee than have a wheel that spends half its life in the repair shop. Tope Mfg. Co.. J. Hart llrittaln. Local Jlgr.. 4ra 1'cnua. Are. DEAD FOR THIS SESSION Racing Commission Bill Will Be Allow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 May 1896

iZ5Sfe5??P3 &'-' ' I THE- EVENING TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 189G. V . iHE WASHINGTON TIMES (MOKXIKO, EVESISO AND SUIfDAT) OWNED AND ISSUED BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, TIMES BUILDING. FotrruwEST Consult Tensylvaxia Ave- MTE ASD TEAT1I bTnKET. Telephone Editorial llooms. Ilk r lluiiness OUlce, JS7. rrlce-srornmc or Evenlns Edition. One Cent Sunday Edition Tbreo Cents .Monthly. l Carrier Mornins and Sunday Thirtv-flvo CentJ Ktcnin;;. Thirty Ccnu ""nlnl-andi F"V CE.NTS hunday. I i BY MAIL. I'OSTAGE I'ltEl'AID Horning, ETcntng mid Snuaay 50o Morning und Sniidny 35o Evening d Sunday 35o WASHINGTON. l. C. MAY I. IS30. The Times REACHES 'MORE PEOPLE t every day in the week than any daily paper published in the Dis trict of Columbia. No other paper can successfully assail this statement. Circulation books open to all. Tim circulation (if The Tlmttt for tho week ended April 2U, 18UU. ttus u follow: Monday, April 20 . . . 38,926 Tuesday, April 21 . . . 41.793 Wednesday, April 22 . 41,875 ...

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

-p.' i'iiSSJsi S-M-tgcr' m.r-i --ysjs5.ssfa Z T i5J THE EVENING TIMESJI EBIDAT, -MAY 1, 189t5. r w Ijnunrgh & Bro. J 3. 2 GOOD SELLERS 4 IN CAPS. 5 THIS CAP 5Qc. S Made of Per sian Mull Crown of lace and fine tucks, two rows of nar row lace around face and neck, finished of lace and with pompon riODon. THIS CAP 75c. Made of fine open-work embroidery, bonnet ef fect. Full wide ruffle of embroidery around face and neck. Extra wide strings. IRISH LAWN WRAPPER, 98c. e- - In beautiful lightshades; also mourning shades. Guaranteed all washable patterns. Wide ruffle over each shoulder. Large bishop sleeves, with cuff. Lined to the waist, giving a perfect fit. Plaited in the back from yoke. Wide and long skirt. Sizes 34 to 44. Shirt waists. Of course, others keep nice Shirt Waists. We don't claim to be the only ones, but we know that OUR patterns are well selected OUR styles nobby that OURS will fit that the sleeve has a peculiar hang to it that OUR prices are right. Now, if you take al...

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

VA Tv figp '-svf ;2---s"B jf THE EVENING TIME3, FBI.DAY, MAT 1, 1898. G New York Clothing House, 311 Seventh Street. We Are Selling the surplus stock of woolens from three of the leading mills in the country. These thousands of yard of fabrics have been made up at our OWN FACTORY In Syracuse. N. Y. We know every lnoh of this splendid stock, and every yard or lining'. Every button and every thread put into their manufacture are absolutely ALL OF THE BEST AND OF OUB OWN PEftSONAL CHOOSING, and it is gratifying to be able to give our patrons the benefit of the great reduction. Thus are we in possession of the most magnificent stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing ever seen in this city, and, what's more, through the keenness and Bhrewdness of our buyers, who have just returned, we are enabled to place on sale this GRAND AGGREGATION OF FINE CLOTHING AT HALF FACE VALUE Think of it. ALL, BRAND NEW STOCK, which you can buy at the price you pay for old style shoddy goods peddled by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 May 1896

.; --V.S3s!v'"(' ?s THE EVENING TEHI5S,tfiI?niDA.T, MAT 1, 1896. & RAILIIOADS Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION- CORNER OF SIXTH AND B I STREETS. ( In Effect April 24. 1800. 3.O.30A.M.FENNSYLVAMAL1MIT- ti l'liimiau aletplug. Dining, Smoking and Obscrtallon Oars Ilarrlsuurg to Cliicago. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis. C"c eland and Toledo, buffet Parlor Car to Harrisliurg. 1O.30A. M. FAST LINE Pullman Bullet parlor tar to Hairlsburg. Parlor and Dining Cart Harrlsburg to Pittsburg. Q.40 X. t. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS jrUx.:r PuUiujn Bullet IMrlor l.lir to Harrlsburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrlsburg to St. Louis, Cinuuuatl.Louis vtlle and Chicago. T.10 r. t. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harnsburg to Clci eland. Dining Car to Chicago. VJ.O P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX PRESS Puluiun Sk-cpliig and Dining Cars to St. Louis, and Sleeping Car Harrisburg ti Cincinnati. 10.40 r, M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullman Sits ping Car to Pittsburg. 7.50 A. M. for Kane, Jauandalgua, Ro...

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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