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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 May 1896

" ' --& -"-- THE EVENING TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 11, 1S. the isiiicni TIMES TJrt 1PJJBTWWW WW WM'AST. , A rweKwUMHtP-O"1 ..' .ow mI lJ...TlilrT.S Cent! .....TUlrtj ftuu ll Iir Cx-ntj t N' t fc4jj BY MAIL. rOSTACI! l'KBl'AlD llorntnc Kvrnlnjc nttd Sunaiij.... SOo Murului; and Smidur 35o KTruliii: unil bmiduy :,5 WASHINGTON I), a. MW 11. JWL pigti Water JVIafk! 315,0 85 (Think of It!) Copies of THE TIMES actually sold and deliv ered in one week. THE TIMES is the peo ple's favorite paper. 315,085 says it is. The circulation of THfc TIMES for the week ended May 8, 1896, was as follows: Saturday, May 2 45,986 Sunday, May 3 24,951 Monday, flay 4 39,226 Tuesday, Hay 5 44.000 Wednesday, Hay 6 49,413 Thursday, May 7 69,416 Friday, May 8 61.459 Total copies printed .... 334,451 Lessdamapedcorles, copies left over, unsold, in Office, and ccples returneJ, unsold, from Kcv.s stands and Branch Of fices l?,366 Net 315,085 I solemnly swear that the above is a correct statement of the circulation of ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 May 1896

iy t"rr iSS-rp-$lFPz-&Ki---s- TILE EVENING TIMES, MOJTDAY, MAY 11, 1896. SW-Vc- -&s--- S Lansburgh & Bro. ij 8 This Warm Spell . Will hasten your need for Awnings, Loose Covers and Screens to make yonr home comfortable. To leave your orders with us now msans to avoid the delay and disappoint ment that comes with the rush of the busy season. An Awning for $2.fQ That will I I 8 i i keep out the sun and let in the air, thereby makingyour home com fortable for the hot weather. This price is i s s s for a regular-size window. Larger and smaller sizes in proportion. 1 0 0 Loose Covers for Furniture 0 When made by our system S arc positively correct, as we V .a1t- vtilv (vnnrt work 0 I men, therefore we never have a misfit or a complaint, and guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. AViuilow Screens 8 8 s ! Made to Order. s i ! 8 8 1 "Window Screens made by us are made to slide the same as a window, so that S you do not have to remove 0 the screen to lower or raise a window. E...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 May 1896

"1.-W-"-. J" r-fr.iertr -MT'031&J,Siv-Jc Xt--'".t."- .V--""-.hV. Jpt;-i11'' .ir'Af-'- -' -r-v-6.sri--s-"'j. :rvJ.'Jr5-Tv-A-,-r,'t-tr---'S:-t j"- !? X ?--"-"' THE EVENING TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 11, 1890. janiMfnnffnnnnnnniniiiiiiiiinnuimi clmik:", l 7th ft. : Ladies' Skirts. i Ladies' Skirts. i Special Sale today in Ladies' j Skirts. Such tar-jalns were never seen. Do not miss them. skirts. . - A$JSkirtforSl.9S. g Our Skirts are errtaiulg iiK-irpii.si-i' "J tin are the "larlboiiea' of iloi.fi uepM 7Vr- :S ret firinpthoroioh liimiarelcet lam- "3 'itiautaJe a t oitty to took ire-', tut to irear trri7, and tie prue is i .ttieulottnty tote 3 1 ls- , -3 Ladles' Skirts tat are vaith SI, "'ale 3 byejpertinktit uiakinyeut biamafter 3 haiidfinitheil throughout at a a oil tklrt 3 oeeiet l le-that ttheikut for SJ.1S 3 Ladies' fkirts I'm iroiiU I" el rap at 3 fifl", i.i llnltiau'iu aw' "n..7i. o.f 3 the lateit timet -em ttit.h teirn 3 dine at l.oo'ie, fall tniHA audperf.it l.i 3 ehape Our prtee ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 May 1896

sJKTJSS-CSSXJSS5 " 3"V-. -! : ."v-wrv -fGizgg' TUB EVENING TTMffi, jftOKDAY, MAY 11, 1896. t nAIL.KOA.DS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. TATION CORTTTR OP SIXTH AND B 6TREETB. In Effect April 3-1, 1800. XP.30A..af.I,ENNSYL,VANIAL.lMlT. Ell l'ulinuii Sleeping. Wining. Snioklns and Observation Cars llnrrlsburg to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indlunupolla. Bt. Louis. c'ev eland anil Toledo, llutret Parlor Car lo HarTlKhurg. 10.30 A. M. FA8T LINE Pullman Buffet ParlorCar o Harrishurg. Parlor and Dining Cars UnrriKhurg to Pittsburg. B.4fl P. M, CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXi'KLi-b Pullman Hurret P.irinr ir to UarrUbunr. Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrishurg to SL Louis. Cincinnati. Louis vllle and Chicago. , T.IO P. M. WESTERN EXPRE8B 1'iillliiaii Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. MO P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX. PRESS Pullman Sleeping and Dlnlnc Cars to St. Louts, and Sleeping Car Harrisburg to Cinrlnnall. 10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS Pullnun Sleeping Cur to Pittsburg. T.50 ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 May 1896

--- .se-fej. Tie-p&ZZsFSFs rS'ar'?" VJSS9SPS3 -tsrf - - t THE EVENING T1MB8..1. MONDAY, MAY 11, 1896. I -v LOTS of comfort-giving garments HERE Thin suits, in serge and unlined Tweeds, Cheviot and Homespuns, $10, $12.50, $15, $20. A choice line of styles and patterns in all grades. Thin Coats and Coats and Vests in every fabric worn. Al! prices. Light Underwear, all grades specially good value in a lot of French Balbriggan Shirts, and Drawers, with taped seams, and rein forced at all usually weak points 50c per gar ment. They are 75c in every other haber dashery in town. Negligee Shirts perfect fitting in per cale, Madras, and Cheviot new colors and patterns, $ 1 .00 each. Straw Hats a carload of them all proper styles 50c to $2.5o. Ladies' Straws, too Choice variety. RDBINSQN. GHERY & CO., CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, HATS, SHOES. 12th and F Sts. W7 New York Clothing: House, g& ss J8S 1 Regular l,r'ce'TQ,7K Men's Suits. Regular iric', fifl 4 tS.0!. For tl.UU YA Men's Suits. Re...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

sppfp5? QIC nQC was the TIMES' circu -T XCLUSIVB all-day service ot tha (JT United Press, N'evr Eiiirlund A- socluted Pre, Southern Asso ciated Press, Now York State Associ ated Press, supplemented by tbe ex clusive right to publish lu Washing ton tho New York Ileruld copyright Cublo Service". - it lUjUuu lation for last week. The STAR'S circulation OQ CCJ for last week was . . . 100,001 VOL. 1. .NO. 242. WASHINGTON, 1896 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. QPimes dhc Cue n inq D. C TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 12. J STATUE OF ft HERO Bronze of General Hancock Un veiled at Market Space. SPEECH OF THE PRESIDENT Eulogy of the. Dead Soldier De livered by Mr. Cleveland. SENATOR PALMER'S ORATION Ili-niluut Parade or tin- .Military Dis trict Militiamen Made a Fine Dl play Grand Army and Veteran Or KnlJit inn-In Line Crowds A t t.'iul--d the Ceremony The T'lutforin Filled IV llh DIsitnirnlHlied Men Fiom Every Walk of Life Iuvoea tlnn by lli-hoji .vatterleeand Prayer tiy Hev. Dr. (.ottwaN The Can Mis Removed by...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

-srsv TH5T -.m- - itf?fc.w rr-ggmssz? BW555W WWTC3S" S:5?& r h --fi4KS THE EVENING- TIMES,, TUESDAY, MAy 12, 1896. 2 i Honest -- j trimmings S in 'em- and they're sewed care- g ,.,. . A7 rn ..:- a tuny our j(.ju ouilo. g Are made to last as well g as to. look nice differ- g ent from other lo'w nrirpd rlothinfr. And they fit well and the g patterns are stylish $2 nothing about 'em sug- about 2? jrestive of their low pchvp rf thftir g price excepting the g price-tag. Other stores h ave ' em too at S 10. a I 1 h7 . im Our $15 grade is a g winner. Not a quality in the whole lot that g isn't $18 or $20 else- g where. Because w e g make ours at our own g factory. g Ready for your straw hat ? 50c. to $2.50. Cor. 7tli ad E Sts. N. W. No Branch Store in Washington. Q5S5S5SSS5SSCSSTSeSSSCSSS THE INDEPENDENT ICE CO.'S yellow wagons deliver daily to all parts of the city and Mount Pleasant their superior quality of KENNEBEC ICE at lowest rates. Office 910 Pa. ave. and 310S Wa ter st. STUTUE...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

' -5-".- f "$ 5s -V ' ?e - v -jV-''J--'-,-'---''-fa.-,' -y--, jbsdL THIS EVENING TIMJSS, TUJbrSLfcAr, JlAl J is, lS'Jtj. 8 - !1K Thc cool Serges, Linen, or oim. thin suits are ready ! Do we ask as much as the others ? Certainty not ! Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTHIERS 315 Till SI. Columbia guaran tee means some thing, for the Pope flfg Co. is behind it. Whatis behind the guarantee of the cheap wheels ? Ask the agent the difference. The Ladies' Co lumbia is the perfect ladies' wheel. rope Mfg. Co., i Marl unuaiii, loch -ugr., 621'inna. Avenue. Columbia Bicycle Academy, 1J0W feet space. AM aui! 1' K t. CHARTER OAK WHEELS Hie Ocst tint art) man. (Vol III tl'V. sold at SOI (R'Uiu; School Ticket 51.50.) BERRY & PA5TORFIELD, 603 e st. h. w. omTTTTmTTTmmTTiiTmTimnTnmnmnTo $65 "Credenda." A $100 Wheel a In appeal ante a Hi durability a &i u asgona as any si'"' wiue'i imi Uie imrkct except the "Sn-iM- a lug," which is the: lines. A lio'e a clubs aru riding Credenda " a We can't set...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

5?IRHPS?:"-'N'"?sn'' ? trr wi3!S: 'ifvw''iT-''jtiii"lfit:tf'f &&&',8' .-vaiS THE EVENINGr TIKES. TUESDAY, MAX 12, 1896. -- " ,.- -"r THE WASHINGTON TIMES (Mousing, Evexino asd sbkday). OWNED AND ISSUED BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, TIMES BtTIMUXO. EorxnwrsT Corner Fexxst-TA-tm. Are- M'Ji AMI TEKTII STB-BT. Telephone Editorial Kooms, 41. B--it-cs uiflea, 3S. rrlce-Momine or Evening Edition, On, Cent Krnday Edition Three Cents Monthly. 1 y Carrier Morning and banday Thlrtv-flTe Cenu Evening. Thirty Cenu Evc-i-gaud)- Fiftt Cexts bunday. I BT MAIL.. rOSTAGB MIBPA1I). tforntn?, Kvonlnjr and fe-naiix--.- 30 Mornlnj: und Sunday 3So Evening and Snndur-- 35o WASHINGTON. D. C. MAT 12. IKW. Water jVlafk! 315,085 (Think of It !) Copies of THE TIMES actually sold and deliv ered in one week. THE TIMES is the peo ple's favorite paper. 315,085 says it is. The circulation of THE TIMES for the week ended Hay 8, 1896, was as follows: Saturday, May 2 45,986 Sunday, May 3 24,951 Monday, M...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

PiSyS--' -.s-,-- jv,tni5iiev; -"55,5!.--i.!SiS THE EVENING TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1S9B. ; X r Zi I I I I V s 0 Lansburgh & Bro. 5 'TIS NO BOAST I WHEN WE SAY WE LEAD I Black"1"" I Dress Goods. ! g We surely have the pick 8 of Black Dress Goods Whoever bought of us who did not say "your stock is the largest and your prices the lovfcest," We keep only "depend able" blacks. Here are some that are worth buy ing: 33 in. Black All-wool French Batiste, Hi l-c yu. 45-ln. Black All-wool French Serge, 371-2cyd. 50-ln. Black All-wool French Cheviot Serge, splendid for out ing suits, 50c yrt. 45-in. Black All-wool French Serge and Silk Finish Henrietta. 50c yd. 45-ln. Black All-wool French Chally and Batiste, desirable for summer wear, 50c yd. 50-ln. Black All-wool Storm Serge, already sponged, 75c yd. OO-ln. Black All-wool Etamlne, $1.00 yd. Black All-silk Huns' Veiling for Veils for summer weor from $1.50 to $3.00 yd. 420, A22, 424. 426 7th St. S,Kann,Sons&Go. Sth and Market Space. O...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

piW Qx5!p& Jf--g?l.-"-f-i-- 4,-w. -PSfS. iSrT'-'.''rafa'A''' ' wrs-.fr-3?J -.A4.i?"-Sf ? Jr "Ts THE EVENING TIMES, i-flJESDAY, MAT 12, 189G. 6 r ft fc. --fn nrjnnnnrB'o a o o evcn'ews sswvs o Tlic Rasping, wheezing and c E shortness of breath in c Asthma may be instanttv relieved and perma nently cured by Booth's Hyomei" I'ocket InhalerOutfit; thenevvandvvon derful Australian "Dry-Air" treat ment of throat and lung diseases. "CURES BY INHALATION." At all druggists f i . OT at oflive. ConM-l-tauon free, bend let fret acujhlct. J. It. FITCH, Washington repre tmlamc ot It. T. Booth, New Y.,rk, Itoom 50, Wash. Loan and 1 rut H'dg . C r. 9th and F Sts. MlTMIWlllliMlIalialigiSlrig) m :::::;iB So m ::::::gi ::::::I ::::::i ::::::i M m i :: :: :I ll :1 ii H :: :: i M m m m m m m 01 in RN tea I 1 iialljou Ret in artificial ice not half cud oi'ouch Natural Ice cools tl.o r friirpratttrs n tucker. lietUr. claantr. Tin Great falls Ice . per ls' 1 Mieet and clean all the time, ai d Moiid.rfu...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

ss-; -- JvOz v$ss miw. 5--f; i THE EVEyUJTGr TIMES, TUESDAY, MAT 12, 1896. BAILHOADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. TAT10N CORN OP BIXTH AND D r BTREETfl. In Effect April 24. 1800. rtlltnfr. Plnnliinnll tllilfnnnM)lll. "U Loula. Cleveland and Toledo, liutfet Parlor Car to Hnrrisburg. 10.30 A. M. FAST ONE Fullrnan Burfet FarM.rCar to Hnrrisburg. ParhiT and Dining Car Harrtshure In L,V,ll"JlVt76 B.40JP. M, CHICAGO AND BT. LOUIS EXl'REss-l'uIlman Burrer Parlor .nr I.. Harrlsburg. Sleeping and IHoS c Harrlsburg to St. Loula. Cincinnati. Louis ville and Clilcac- . ... ....a T.xo p. m. western exprebs- Pullmau Sletplua; Car to Chicago, and Harrtaburg to Cleveland, Dining Car to Chicago. . V.O P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EX PRESS Pullman, Sleeping and Pining Cars to St. Louis, nnd 81ceplnc Car Harrisburs to Clnrlunatl. 10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRE33 . Pullman Bleeping Car to Pittsburg. T.SO A.. M. fr Kane, Oaiiandalgua. Rochester, :uiU Niagan Falls dally, ex cept Sunday. X0.30 A.. M. for F.Imirn nnd Rcnovo. ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 May 1896

-- w - -& Ks'sAiAspfySiwt?! jiSwsfiT Ksy Tcfrv r;pa- L3y f-fO.4 t-'St W! ' M?W !" UlMnW TPa ----- -c --ssng-swgE-rs ' $? i v- THE EVENING TIMSS .TtTESDAX MAT IS, 1896. LOTS of comfort-giving garments HERE Thin suits, in serge and unlined Tweeds, Cheviot and Homespuns, $10, $12.50, $15, $20 A choice line of styles and patterns in all grades. Thin Coats and Coats and Vests in every fabric worn. AH prices. Light Underwear, all grades specially good value in a tat of French Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 'with taped seams, and rein-, forced at all usually weak points 50c per gar ment. They are 75c in every other haber dashery in town. Negligee Shirts perfect fitting in per cale, Madras, and Cheviot new colors and patterns, $1.00 each. Straw Hats a carload of them all proper styles 50c to $2.5o. Ladies' Straws, too Choice variety. ROBINSON GHERY I2th and 1,000 SUMMER SUITS Serges, Cassimeres, Chev- lots, anu 1 weeus tai lored in the height of the prevailing fashions the neatest patte...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 May 1896

L"c V-JPcJtijS zrvrzmawmstm -. - :? i-rr.T&st-.-sr - ijMi'-z?s-xiisf?r'i.invi: sfssssss.rsv irr.i'uj'"j'r'7F!gv Si.- FSSss 'P: r'-t'-srf,- &-gtsag?r- --v-r--;; 5i ,.s 9U . . " -i''" J t "jr- V iirv2f"-vr--?- " 'f --'i " --.i. j- 9K fllH. was lf)8 TIMES' circu UlJjUOU lation for last wert. XCLTSIVE all-day nervlce ot tho United Prena.Nevr .England Ac' Huciuted Pres, Southern Amo cluted J'reaa.Ntw York State Aaaocl ated I'retui, Mupplenieuted by tho ex clusive right to publish in Washlng ton the Now York Herald copyright Cubic Service. T!i wes The STAR'S circulation 119 H J for last week was . . . 100,001 VOL. 1. -SO. 243. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY EYJSJSTNGr, MAY 13, lS'JG EIGHT PAGE3. ONE CENT. She t y - . wietitn IS. IBEGtOjlI FORD Accompanied by Little Belva, She Stood Near His Cell. . EOTH HORROR STRICKEN The Murderer Wus Baptized a ChrlM t lim tin, Sunday He-fore Ilu Coni mltted the Crime IIIh CouuhcI 'Will Probably Getu FnMpoiienieut Tho Mjrn Hoard In tho Woods. It i...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 May 1896

5S.j-?: THE EVENING TIMEsfStEDNESDAy WAY 13, 1896. HECHT & COMPANY, 515 Seventh St. Get into the cool tilings. You can get into thein here and it won't cost you much, either not near as much as it will cost else where, and we'll let you pay for them in small weekly installments. Take our $10 Serge Suits unfadable blacks and blues single or double breasted. Never has there been as good a Serge Suit offered in this city for less than $15. That is the honest truth. We have opportunities to buy clothing for less than any clothier in town can buy it. That's how it's possible to say S10 instead of $15. Men's Linen Crash Suits, very stylish and cool, for $1.98 coat, vest and pants. Ever know of them bring ing lets than $3.50? , Men's Seersucker Coats the 75c sort for 39c. Men's White Duck Pants for 49c the $1 kind. HECHT & COMPANY, 515 Seventh St. NEW YORK BUFFET, Iinportcil "Wines ami Cigars. JAMES H. C0STEI0, Proprietor, 405 Tenth Street N W., W'a-lihitoii. I). C. The Bijou Cafe,...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 May 1896

- -"$ jrf"W'-'s'''r,-5)'c'-5r" -,- "! -i $"?& t 7-- :P " we?-fc'- v -VCi. -' v'..rt;'-'- -- '-' v,fict .sC -V " '"Yf-3- . -o -l -A- THE EVENING TI31ES, WEDXESDAY, MAY 3 3, 1896. 3 Parker, Bridget A Co., Clothiers, 113 "til St, Screaming and turning red in the face and calling names isn't advertising. We are kept busy fitting cool, light weight Clothing. See the Serge Suits ! PARKEK, BRIDGET & CO., Clotliiers, :J1 7th St. Columbia guaran tee means some thing, for the Pope rifg Co. is behind it. Whatis behind the guarantee of the cheap wheels ? Ask the agent the difference. The Ladies' Co lumbia is the perfect ladies' wheel. FfmeMrir. Co J. Hart Iliittalu, Ieal Mpr., ifi-'l'tun.i. Avenue. Col unili 'a Uicjele Academy, 12 (KM feet sate, d and 1 is &. CHARTER OAK WHEELS i lie ie-si tli.it arc mane, eveutli -I'W. bold at Wi (Ibeling.'-cuool Ticket Sl.50.1 BERRY & PA510RF1ELD, 03 E St. If. W. enmmmTmTnmmnnmmTTmTrmmTs t -a $65 'Credenda. I i A $100 Wheel t In appearance a i...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 May 1896

- ssf- -,x i,f .-7J4-.- THE EVENING TI3IES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1896, THE WASHINGTON TIMES (MOBKIXO, EVESIKO AXD SOSDA.T). OWNED AND ISSUED BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, TIMES BIIILDINO. EOCTIIWFST CORNER PENNSYLVANIA ATE .SCI AND TENTII bTHEET. relcplioce Editorial Rooms, MS. Business Onlco. 317. Trice- Mornir" or Evening Edition. Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents Monthly, ly Carrier Morning and buuday Thirty-five Cent3 Evening. .Thirty CeuU Lining-audi Fiftv Cents bunday. I BY 11 AIL. POSTAGE 1'BBl'AID. Vlornluc Kvenlnjr and Sunday. ... SOo Uorului; mid Similar 85 ErcuInK and Snnduy 35o WASHINGTON-. B.C.. MAY IX ISM. High Water JVIafk! 315,085 (Think of It !) Copies of THE TIMES actually sold and deliv ered in one week. THE TIMES is the peo ple's favorite paper. 315,085 says it is. The circulation of THb TIMES for the week ended Nay 8, 1895, was a; follows: Saturday, May 2 45,986 Sunday, May i 24,951 Monday, .lay 4 39,226 Tuesday, Nay 5 44,000 Wednesday, May 6 49,413 Thursday,...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 May 1896

' ji i;.'r-.VVyV 'vSfESf-a ,SPWrSEs v-wCVTPc -tA;4jitv sViJr1? Wv.e- THE EVENICrG TIMES. WEDjffrESDAT, MAY 13, 1896. r Cv - - jnjv iV t Ji ,-Jjl 5S5S0QQS9QSS5SGQO9O MOKE KEMXAXTS, MOKE ODDS ANDEXDS, MORE SIIOKT LEN'GTIIS Of every imaginable Id ml of merchandise some from tlic mill, others from the iliflerciit departments of our store, but all gath ered together on our Great fg ltcniunnt Floor (the third floor), which has become s famous as the Popular gf Itciunnnt Institution "Washington city. of g One lot of short Rem- J, nants in Cheese Cloth, in Lawn and ChaMie, J! 2c yd 8 1,900 yds Light -fig- g ured. Dotted and Strip- g ed Scotch Lawns, 0 3cyd 8 .TT7I 8 I fWLU yUS 7k Ufl DDD tf Gingham, 3 434c yd lOO doz Misses' Hose a in Tan and Black. Sizes g 6 to 8, g 5c pair g A lot of Light and Dark g figured 12c Lawns. g 5c yd g 3,000 yds of a Mixed lot in I2Kc Percale. Lawn, Organdie, etc: 5c yd g A lot of Striped and Figured Grass Cloth, fast colors, 5c yd 1,200 yds Gingham, 1 Oc Dress ...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 May 1896

- v &x'y&2xXi'- - 3r -'fcSRg..ifrre jf"-,-- -,?- J-.V""'' V .-.. ',-- """., 3 -! -vc -r- - ",?'''-a-'vfer-e'i-Rrv. 6 THE EVENING TIMES WEDNESDAY, MAY l,t, 1890. " -v lij-Jltj J J- , WE HAVE THE TRUlIPTHAT WIN5 and take every trick . . . WITH OUR Spring Suitings TO MEASURE FOR $15-50 Tho cloth is strictly pure -wool and the trimmings Al. Our customers surely derive the benefit of the enormous business done by us all over the country. Samples willingly given to everybody. Your money refunded if clothes are not satisfactory. We hand every cus tomer a United States Government Copyright Guarantee for clothes to wear one year. Open Evcnlncs till 9 o'clock and Lighted with Electricity. 941 Penna. Avenue. Electric Fans. Tune now tolu thtm thought to lc thinking of jour comfort vvlii'e at the ollice this summer No light is cooler tiiiu the electric light, and no power is more stable, convenient and ine-xi.ensiie. We can itll jou more alout both U. S. Electric Lighting Co., 213 14th S...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 May 1896

'5 - n.TipH, '$&-- 1J2fsWf ' iiA-u-jiW, .- in trt S v" Jtfv- "t-I"",. 'j!L "W"- C l J I THE EV-EN1STG TIMES, WsEDNESDj JtfAT 13, 189. LV i V V nAILIlOADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. ' STATION COUNKa OF SIXTH AND B BTREETB. In Effect Aiirll 24. 1890. XQ.30A.ar,I,ENNSYL.YANiALIMIT. ED 1'nTiuuii Sleeping. DlnlUK. Suioklns: nd Observation Cars llarrUbure Jo Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St Louis. G'evehmd anil Toledo, liutfet Parlor Car to Ilarriblmrg. 10.30 Jk.. M. FABT LIME Pullnmn bu.rTet Parlor Car to Harnnrjunr. Parlor and mains Car UarrlJiburK to inttahiint.. 8.4Q JP. AT. CHICAGO AND ST: LOUTS EXPKE!i:-ruIIroan Uurret Parlor Car to HarrisEarg. Sleeping and DlnlnK Can HarrlslMrj: to 8t Louis. Cincinnati, Louts Mile and Chicago. , T.10 P. BX. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullman 6hiiiug Car to Chicago, and Ilnrrtsburg to Cleveland. Dlntnir Car to Chicago. r.xo r, ar. bodthwestern ex- PHUSS Pullman Sleeping and Dlnlnc Cars to St. Louts, and Sleeping Car HarrKburg to Cmrlnnatt. 10.40 P. M. PA...

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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