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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

THE MORNTNG TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, J89G. THQ. ED T EST THE HOM BeCLI LANSBURCH & BBO. Y t t YUU UAH bAYii In a few days we begin to take stock. Merchan dise must be reduced in order to dispose hur riedly Wo never quiver when we have to make .- rnriiintion for a tiood causj. and our reduc- 9 tions can always be re lied upon as sincere. 21-111 lIl.lL'k Japanese M1U, 11-M.illH sslld for SOc .111. I(iiiiiiil-ti l'i iff, 35t' jil ? t 9 2ll-ln Colnrfil ii.inili -old for Ituui.il-t'p Mllilll Milt. 7 .'(.Ml. 1'rlcf, GOf iii-lii. I ai if y Tiiffflu Sllki, ii-mtllv -tlil fur 75c yd. ltiiiiml-rp I'i'iff, SO-' vd. it-ln Colored Sul In Itliu dulllfs, usually sold forNlyd. I!iiiiiii.L"1 Price, 75f A el. 111 -I ii. Illafk Mini ColortMl raillt rrnimilM1, i-.uullj wtlil fur M I itnun.M. Prlw, 75i' yi. UT-ln IIlacK TolniniKo jam Im1 iiMiullj' -.old fur ItouiMl-Ip vVk' 75f 31I. f ? ---In It luck 1 1 rortiri -, all -Ilk-, ui-imlly sold forM.l!.l il. Itittiiid-rp TrU'is SO' !. In. Warp Print Taf...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

tt TIUE MORNING- TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 9. 1896. s&wEZZE2&&ms&m gasgqstgiresgag At the Rinlc. At the Rink:. ORDINARY CLEARANCE SALE ! Tomorrow mornirfg we open our doors to commence' a monster Clearing-out Sale of Odds and Ends, Rem nants and Broken Sizes and Lots in Carpets, Furniture, Upholstery and Wall Paper. The reductions we have made to clear out these Lots amount to NE-H ALF OFF AND OFTEN MORE I O This sale is strictly for cash. While such enormous reductions as these on regular stock may seem strange, yet it is a fact that we prefer to lose money in order to close out these Odds and Ends and Remnants quickly. iSSSISEIKS2S3BS UPHOLSTERY. gaigaagB&sifcoaigttsssssai SgKaga?gfgSv5?V;53? ARPETS. i 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 io ii Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot - Lot Let 12 Lot 13 lot 14 Lot 15 Lot 16 Lot 17 Lot 18 Lot 19 Lot 20 Lot 21 Lot 22 Lot 23 Lot 24 Lot 25 Lot 26 Lot 27 Lot 2S Lot 29 Lot 30 Lot 31 Lot 32 Lot 33 Lot 34 Lot 35 Lot 36 Lot 37 Lot3S Lot 36 Lot 40 Lot ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 189G. DITTOS EPEATI ARTDCL ES"FelMH NEVER mind what you have been paying, you will be able to get suited from these 510. $12, and $15 Suits (se cured last week) which we, are running at $6.25. Other m e r chants arc dying to lose money. We are not. We arc making a little inoney on these. If they didn't mark their clothing so high at the be ginning of the season they wouldn't lose (?) so much nione-. We closed these out from the manufacturer who had already begun to make his Spring Clothing. It is his loss, not ours. Black and Blue Cheviots and Fancy Mixtures, Single and Double Breasted, and a few Black Diagonal Cuta way Coats and Vests, choice $6.25. Still a few left of the $10, $12 and $15 Winter Over coats to be closed out at $7:507 Still a few of the Extra Fine Kersey Overcoats, which were $17.50, $25, and $30, which we are closing out at $12. Special lot of 300 pairs of Men's Winter Trousers, belong at $4, S4.50 and $5. Your choice of the l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

TUJ1 MOUKI'SO QU31E3, SirNDAy, JANUARY 10, JS9G. s Nearing This eAoc-k-lnUng more days of such many lots. JJut there is still a good variety, and for a lew days more you can ouy Men's Sack Suits at HALF PRICE or ONE-THIRD OFF. Men's Cutaway Suits at HALF-PRICE or ONE-THIRD OFF. Men's Ciay Coats and Vests at HALF PRICE or ONE-THIRD OFF. Men's Winter Overcoats at HALF PRICE or ONE-THIRD OFF. j Men's Spring Overcoats at HALF PRICE or ONE-THIRD OFF. Boys' Long Pants Suits at HALF PRICE or ONE-THIRD OFF. Boys' Overcoats at HALF PRICE or ONE-THIRD OFF. All Children's Suits ONE-FOURTH OFF. "All Children's Overcoats ONE-FOURTH OFF. All Fleece Lined Underwear ONE-THIRD OFF. All Woolen Half Hose ONE-THIRD OFF. All Neckwear ONE-THIRD OFF. And special lots, of FURNISHINGS, HATS, and SHOES at almost GIVE AWAY PRICES. Remember these are all our own sterling values. Garments you have bought from all season, and arc sold under our usual guarantee of money back if you want it. Robinson, Twelfth DMWW...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

Pari 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES Pages 9 to 20 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOaillfQ, JANDAKT 10, 1890. r . s 9.aby 1&& 5 SI Are You lissing Our ark-down Shoe Sale ? It has crowded our three stores ever)' day during the past week. It isn't our purpose to speak disparagingly of any other reduction sale; other dealers are doing the best they CAN under the difficulties of high rents, &c. We OWN our three stores we sell more shoes than any six shoe houses in Washington our qualities are KNOWN to be reliable our regu lar prices are admitted to be the LOWEST these arc FACTS and facts are stubborn tilings. We arc clearing our shelves preparing for spring and if we could afford to continue selling shoes at the following prices Convention Hall wouldn't hold the crowd! but we CAN'T! You'd better "buy tomorrow. LADIES' Finest hand-made. Hoots die product of America' K-.hImik in.-ib.-n six (lint-rent harts ballon ur laced 55 EVKKYWIinRB 11AUKKI) IIOWSTO Elegantly made tinnil-ewe-d. Imported ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

10 THE MORNING TIMES, , SUNDAY. JANUAKr r, rt,sJo Sgil8U i SlHlill? Cor, 8th and Market Space. OUR GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL Upholstery Talk. English Oak Reception Tables, highly polished top, 16x16, carved legs, bottom bric-a-brac shelf, worth 75c. The biggest offer of the en tire department at 39c. One lot of polished oak and walnut Commodes, porcelain bowl, just a little bit scratch ed. That is why we've re duced them from S3. 00 to $1.75. English oak Blacking Cases, beautifully grained, tasteful rug top; awful han dy thing to have about the house and cheap at the regu lar price, $1.25. 69c. One lot of Japanese Fire Screens, beautiful specimens of Oriental art. Quaint de signs; just the things to hide an empty grate; 75c is the regular price, but as the' are damaged you can take your choice at 19c. A verj neat Bookcase made of highly polished quartered oak, three shelves; more for bedroom than any thing else. It's a SI. 50 ar ticle, but we'll sell it at 79c. Every one of those extra heav...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY" IB, I89B. BIG MEN BEFORE CAMERAS Statesmen Look Pleasant While Being- Photographed. CLEVELAND'S GLAD bMILE Allison anil Gorman Have Faces That Laugh All the Time, Thousrh Unintentionally. There is a photographer In Washington who own llio strangest colle-clion of photo graphs in I'xhtince. The photos are Ihe rejected jiictitrcs of distinguished men who have Kit In fore his camera. Winn a great nun lias liis picture taken, l.c irisi's nut once but many times. Harrl ton I1.1-. unite often hail Hurt snaps taken of himself at one t Islt to the photographer. Tills is to atolil tlie time and trouble or coining again ami to lie sure of one batlsfac tory iiicturo. In tlie lot where so man pictures arc taken tliere arc alw.is some "Miiriy" ones, pictures tviiere tlie men mot eil or winked too orten. Those are thrown .nv.i. llultiicrc are seteral tli.it are rejecleil on account of the expression of Hie face. It is too sober or too Mulling. Nelthir Hie subje...

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

12 r Second Appearance ' m '"lB Second Appearance in Washington After European Triumphs, of the American Prima Bonna. X X X X X x xxxxxxxx pATT, NILSS0N,g - HaH to Wear To fte Tlieafer EVENING LOVELINESS WOKX IN TARIS I5Y SIIJYL SAXDEKSOX. Countess of Anglesca, nee Miss King-, of Georgia, Designs and Leads Paris Styles. Tarls, Jan. 18. Sunday was beautiful 10 Paris and the Champs Eljbcca seemed to have more Uiuii lis usual crowd or pedestrians. Hut nobody could feel au iucliuatii.n lo stay iudoors on such a Iierfcct day. and ever body seemed to appreciate and bear with a rollicking fresh wind tliat raslied up and down tue avenues .mil leased big hats and plumes. The women who "wore toaues must Iiave been overjoyed at their decision, for surely the big velvet hat tempest tosFtd and awry has lost lib main charm picturesqueness. It's an easy thing at this season of the car to find a bench at the sidewalk Just on the edge of the great throne;. And there jou may sit for hours watching th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JANTJABY 1!). 180(5. 15 CLOTHES FOR NIGHT FIRES Woman Makes a Fortune Selling Suits After a Bijr Blaze. ALL WOOL AND MANY POCKETS Iuvcutrcss lias Added a Burglar Suit Since the Great Burden Jewel Robbery. Tlicro Is a woman in New York who la making a fortune selling an invention, or an Idea or tier own, and for every sale the realizes a great deal of gocd money. Her invention is a fire suit. It is a feet or garments to be thrown over a chair at night nud nut away in the morning. At night thrown over a chair again and In the morning nut away! Tins is the way it goes on. world with out end, until tome fine day or night. Then comes thesmell of smokciu the house, the midiiighlaiarin, lheM.rumliieoutorh.xl and the rush Tor the fire Milt. This once using it, if lurid lightning shou.il Mr.kc in the tame place only once in u -whole lifetime, abuuuautly rcpujs for the tist ami oolhcr of the tult lor je-ars. Have jou ever been tailed up Iy fire? A DIPLOMATIC CALL. T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

16 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. JANUARY 19, IB80. (3n the J Sun l'raucNcu Bulletin. HE Pacific over- land, nest bound, pulled out of Hie sta lion at Medicine Bow and btraight eiitrU for Uie rim across the Lnratnia plains to l'aw.uio. Down throagh the giipwIicreiheNnrih Platte breaks the barrier or iho Itock- lt the norili wind came sweeping, bearing before it great drifts of won that eddied and swirled aliout the cabs of the two locomotives, lul with no bign as jet of bunking up on the track. The engines, pjfring and blowing, made brave nay against the lilizzard and trom the cab of the foremost tlie engineer looked ou kecn-ejed against the blast, though the bits of ice in the wind stung his face like the fucks of a whip. The fireman, swart villi coal dust and stripped to their undershirts even in that temperature, steadilj kept t!ie fires going, and now and again bent low to tlic furnace doors to melt from their hair the icicles formed of the perspiration which ran from their open por...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1896- a natuiiai.. scri'osrriox. M01V H Hiik If 1 1 1 f 4 Tailor That man llngcerly i an eleotrieul frank, Kn't ho? 31allor 1 don't know. Vhut iihiKon 3011 think m? Tailor lie NCenis to iant everything charged. A DKLICATK DITI'CTJO fmmRW v JfKvsSP 4ka -f $ Mrs Giidntiont Soyour urotherlis taking to.M)ns on the violin? Is ho ranking iinisrcss? Little Willie Yc-s'm. IleV got mi how we can tell whether lie' tittiln' or jiluj In". AT TIIK llOV OFFICE. iffHpFp'"" Dulilliciidod Gentleman Will .jou kindly tell mo It illsti IIlKhklcUer fliineos tonight? Man In IImx OfXIco Yp;lif'dnehn lonj;-,klrt dmieo In tlie flrt nctt a short kin dm ico In tho second net mill IhilillicmlitlRcntleiniiii Wlmtdm. li wenr In the third net? iluu in llus Office Cm er oh, nothing iinrtlciihir. AITER THE BIKTIIDAY DINGER. Mm? 'Ml MmSm Lndy-Now. -vrillle. wouldn't yoa JiUo to take boincottho iilum imaalnir I homo to your little brother? " i Willlo Xo, tliiink you. I have iilK...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

IS TEH? SIOICNIWO- 10II5S, U .N PA'rOAJS UAitT Trw, XyO. II WEEK 111 CIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workmen of the District. MEETINGS Or THE WEEK. Kr.Nli.VY. J.V.NUAUY 19. Columbia Tvpographlcal Union, No. 101 Tvpographic.il Temple. Executive Committee or District Assem l)ly .No ;ti Tiling ltulldlng, 11 o'clock. National Alllaiic or 1 lit-.iirir.il Alliance Ueadqinrtcrs Lalior llureau, 310 Eighth trcvt MONDAY, J.V.NUAUY 20. L V -No. liiO, Ilrotherhood of Carpenters llall 127 Massachusetts avenue. L A Kill, K of L, Joiirnevmen Plas terers Plasterers' Hall, Four-mid a half itrcvi .mil Pciuisvlvaiiii .mnuc. LA 171sS,K or L, Carpenters and Join rra Soclct Temple, Fifth mil sin-els. L A. 122S, K of L.. Lalhers-K. of 1" UjII. 4-" Twelfth i-trtft. L A 10H5, K o L, linkers' Drivers Hunch's ll.ill, air, Eighth street. . Uridyl' anil Slructur.il Iron Workers La bor llureau headquarters,:! 10 Eigliihs-trtvt. Conintl lndiislri.il Laundry Workers U.ill Onu F street. tfesday, J.V.NUAUY ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

19 AND 1 SITUATIONS Twenty Words- for Ten Cents a asra: THE MOBNING- TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUATJY 19. 1890. WANTED WANTED ivirm yoTires. ANNUAL. HEPOKT "f (lie Wash ington Loan and Trust company 1" the Comptroller 'f 1C Currency 'f the United Slates, Treasury Department, for the )C.ir ending Dewraber 31. 1803. us re quired by the sixteenth section of the act of Congress approved Oclolicr 1, 1890. Amount of capUal, full palu Jl.OTO.OOnw Amount of surplus. WO, 0.1 CO Amount of undivided nrofllH.... ........ .... 92,10133 pr0nl 1,192,101 3S Losns on roal estste . .tl.O'JT,- SO Loans on collateral, time , SW.792!'.. Loa HoncJllatoinI.de- maud ' 33O.60 W Other loins an4 dl counts ... 1.IJ5 47 S1.517.M1 SO 6loks and londs on hand .... .... O.IU-e iuiiUll,.. mlu, e.ifo work, Ac Oilier real ea ate Cash on hand and In banks... Amount o' deposits.. ..fl.S.25S 99 Itonl estlte trust bouls.issuoJ. 146.900 00 try-wr si tO'.'SO 43 42,. 93 69 537,078 31 n.wsiss 00 Oroea earnings during yea-lS3i. Expense...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 January 1896

THK MOBNINGr TITLES, 'SUNDAY-, JANUARY 19, 189G. 20 IE1RTHKU 11 STEEL Icb Is Covered With Gay Throngs of Skaters. FUN ON RINK AND RIVER Uow tin; Surface Is. Sialic unci Kept. Aeldeo to Ili-gliini-rs. Gtd'ii From the-Kxpci'le-iic-coiOld llut.tlo TIh-ii' An" Few Ne' SkiitL'n This. Scin-on. An Ire lltey c:le. All Washington now goes skating. If tin- iiniiiorl.il (i. Washington cojld uilcr the cny tic fir1-! laid oil Into lnv.li lots, .-iiul should s.-o ilii? way genius lias ba fried nature and :ui Ice skating rink now coquets with frolic king skaters whether olil 11 Teas comes with his chilly w!,lz or I he gentle rcphyrn from the Southland bring palmetto odors almost to our gales, lie vxul.l doubfe-ss twitch ncroiiMy in lus lomb ami- inquire what the world is coming to. If tee gets Urn! ot forming oat on the tusin baik of the Mmiunieiit, or on the Lastcrn Ilrnnch mvr liy the Anauustta Bruise, or on Chevy Chase Lake, or any place where; the c'eincul.s h-ive :i chanci; to play, it is mad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 January 1896

UJiM1-"" MfPfPP siepaw- jeasnFMW 244,001 was ths TIMES' ctoii- THE WFVTHEK TO-DAY. 'Cloudy." - J r Xortlierly Wind. . ' - llecomlnj; Variable. -. ST be imes lahon tor last weex. The STAR'S circulatio.i jqi cfi for last wrek was . . . 10 ,340 I! VOIir2. NO. 074. LEADS LOCAL PA TRIPLE ALLIANCE FIRM ! Official Denials Given Rumors of Threatened Disruption. 30SSIP FROM THE CAPITAL Emperor Suld to lie Exceedingly Ir ritated by tlie ItefiiMilofttaoGerniuii l'rlnces to Attend tlie Iloval Celebration- St. Core scandal Xotcs I'm in Herllu. Berlin, Jan. 19.' Tlie absence of Prince Luilpold, Regent of Bavaria, the king or Wurtrmburg nnd othern Soutli German princes from tlie celebration which took place in Berlin estenfciy ujwii the occasion or Met went -tirtli anniversary of the round ing of tlie German empire, has been widely commented upon as Indicating Uie existence of some tension in tliCir relations witli tlie kaiser. Tlie explanation pit en by Trincc Luit pold in re-.pon.-e to the emper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 January 1896

ajBSJ!f-'JSBWi"'l-"'3'B" s. '"- 'T'4sf'Kf"pf!?23ieSPSgp-TW!7ii Jrt-J j -? s-3 HWt-'.rtTT v -- - 2Mli ft F Street Corner Elorcntb. &torap Warehouse uM near iL Contrary to the statement of f fomo we're not agents for Chine Fow Polish, and harejio can rosso rs out. We sell and recommend only -- "J-AREINE" FUUMTUHK TOLIoU the boat that's made. TABOURETTE, $1.45. ZYXggf' The Ta- M&53ffl, Douretrc we Iffl -sell for $1.45 m WwM sells so quickly that we have all we can do to. keep the sup ply up to the d .c m a n d. Need we say anything more in its favor? In oak and mahogany finish. ART ROOMS SIXTH TLOOR want to be the Jeiceltr who evmes tnto your mind first" 3eirels 2Jeset. The effect of many perfect gems is inorred by poor setting's.' I mount them, at little cost; in' settings that show them to ad vantage. My window causes many peo ple to stop 'to admire." I am proud of it. HrDAVISON, .Jeweler, 1105 P Street. "DAVISON'S' SILVER FOLISII-SSc-makos In. dinner table brilliant.'' SLEEP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 January 1896

', MTv- 1 -vi&5- !!'a,5rS1rt!--' -'..ss?w$!f,aSreW'.s3? THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 189G. 8 ARTOCLI FGTO IT vi rw""s'''vr'-'s??xjs'''"-; WE have made many a. new customer with this special purchase of $10, $12 and $15 Suits for $6.25. Don't deceive yourself with the thought that you can get them at any time, for half the stock was sold last week, and we probably couldn't find another such lot on earth to-day. Black and Blue Cheviots and Pane' Mixtures regu lar $10, $12 and'$l5 Suits for $6.25. We can save you big money on both Winter Trousers and Overcoats. Parker.Bridget &Co. Clothiers, 315 7th-St. .T. I.OU1S VOOI..HOOM.S Ol'EX. Money Can Xovv He Watered uu Huct'n Out of the state. Bt. Louis, Mo., Jan. 18. -Tool Alley" Is to Ik- revived, and heiicefortu money tan be wagered here on horse races run outside of the State, the Missouri statutes to the contrary notwithstanding. The scheme Is to have money telegraphed to Louisville, whtre it is placed in one uf the poo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 January 1896

,rr-et-t- v -" i - -fa "-" ---' --sf3"S5- i -y 4--& - - &- -S? " (P -.- THE MOBNTNGTIM2CS, MONDAY, JANTTABY 20, 1898. The WashingtonTimBS (UoesdiO, Etesiso, asd Suxsat.) owned'Xnd ISSUED BY The Washington Times CompanTi TIMES BUILDING, Eoctuvtest Comtek Pek-sstlvasia Avexce ad Tenth Stbeet. Telephone Editorial Itooms, 435, Business Ofllcs, 337. ttiee Morning or Erenlng Edition... One Cent bunday Edition Throe Cents. Monthly by Carrier Morning and Sunday, Thirty-Are Cents. Ev-eidng...-. ......Thirty Cents. Horning, . Evening and FlFTT CENTS. Sunday, I Tlie Times' Branch Offices, TlirTmos,'T.tttloNovvsMerchintH" can "cure tlielr Mupply of MurDliijr and Kt.-ijIiic Times ut tile following branch offices: Frank Sniltti, 4th anil G nts. uvt. M. McNuIty, 1330 14th st. nit. A. B. McCloski-y. 1312 7th st. nw, II. IIhk', -153 Tu. are. nw. Joseph Linden, 400 th st. KB. TT. F. iluckuy, 821 II st. no. Josi-pli I'etlKiint, tiOD 7th st. svr. WASHINGTON, D. a. JANUARY 20 1830. WTRAD ll"Ject...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 January 1896

-jy-sf-i'?.i .T -5 ??-! THE MOBNTNG TITLES, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1890. FLA1MN1ED T IT THE H -St -o-?S-X T? a Upholstery Dopt. a LANSBURCH & BRO. I Items oi Interest. 1 lot Derby Tapestry for furniture covering, 50 in. wide. Beautiful ? patterns and coJor- $ ings. Was S5c. f 65c yd. 1 lotPottitPointTap estry for furniture covering-, 50 in. wide, in rose, blue, terra cotta, and red. WasSl.OO. 75c yd. 1 lot of Tinsel Tap estry for furniture cov ering and draperies, oO in. wide, in blue, rose, red, etc. Was $1.25. DOcyd. 1 lot Crushed Mohair Plush, 25 in. wide, in red, blue, olive, etc. Was $1.45. $1.00 yd. 1 lot Persian Stripe Tapestry for couch covers and draperies, 50. in. wide. Was $1.65. 51.25 yd. 1 lot Novelty Lace Curtains, with lambre quin top. Was $1.25. Now I 90c pair. 1 lot Novelty Lace Curtains, with lambre quin top. Was $1.50. Now $1.10 pair. Upholstery Djpartraont, first floor ieir. XXOft 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. S0-0 tt& m fs- dV- 3, KflNN, SONS & GO., 8th &a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 20 January 1896

' ;3 i mpw ! -JUSs-sp k- i 4'ifc?5ro?ffg?q5S?:!,fe-tf"--''- JWjaB"1".. ?$CZ5i&fXgr$iP aasfr-.r --- - ---fte.;-- aLE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, JLNUAET 20, 1896. Daily Bargulus. We've a Dainty Menu foryou householders this week in the line of Car pets and Draperies. I pair TapoMry Portleros that were ff (In Xi. Now )4.UU t pair Tapestry Fortieres tbat wero C OC tow. No. $4.10 pair rialnChcnlllororiIoie3,S col- ffJ OC era. Wero 14 to. Now JJU.ZU I Panel Screens. Mliollne, -Kith oak T I QQ frame. ero25. Now 4l.ij0 SO per ceut discount oil all Piece OooJs, each as Tapestries, Velours, Corduroy, eta 1,000 remnants Body Brussels Carpets at 50c. per yd. 500 remnants Tapestry Carpets, 30c. per yd. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D Sts. N. W. Well-won Honors. Tie riscbor Plaso received both the Medal and lll:best Award at tbe Worll's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 181. Tbe award states that it was siren fo superiority lti Tone Quality In Touch, In Act on. In Materials, Workmanship and Design. We ...

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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