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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 January 1896

ZrKfet THE MOItSttNO TIMES, BA.Tmtl)&X, sT-ANirAliY 35. 18. SD fc I 1 v twh'iwtjw Trnwr f ANTED AND SITUATION r,ITr-t .Itilc- " WANTED Twenty Words for Ten Cents; ,1 ,-, - $afafri&S- SPECIAL NOTICES. DISSOLDTION OF COPARTNER SHIP. 1. H- Marr and F. W. Cissel. doing biisint- iuu:cr the firm came of Mdrr 4. I'li-scl, at 1003 H Mut-l northwest, tlo hereiir iiiy.olri-, to lake rffect at once. All persons laving bills against tlie firm will prrx-nl lncm to I). 11 llarr at the aNtiv ; duress, ami persons owing Hie firm w.-i: pay ll'.rlr Mill to said Marr at no early dale. January 23. 1890. (Sc.il.) D. B. MARR. (Sfa 1. 1 F. W. CISSEL. j a24-:!t. 2 1 .27 ,10 TO ! r U'rmbcpi of I.. A. 2389, K. of I., ai.d il.e public In general: L. A. 13M' bc-arllly indorsed Ihe action or It'c i istd-out Brewer and expressed Oielr j-i-i I'HH-ul tiy adopting llie following resolutions: 1. ..1. il TUii .11 miimliar nt X A 2T.S'.i,ol "i.: rucjinen Hikers, will patronize any .tai.rfii or grocery s-orr wn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 January 1896

fcaJTiV z "GSPV-Vg BT! 1 -w. 8 THE XORXETO TIMES, SATURDAY, JANTJAKY 25, 189G. wr&Bjr?zr'W?x DRESS SHIRTS at 75c cacli, good value, too; equal to any $1.00 Shirt in town made from Standard New York mills cotton, itflli pure linen bosoms and bauds, arc reinforced, well-made and will fit per fectly. Open back, and front and back all sues, aud a variety of blceve lengths for each size. Once again we are able to say we have all sizes in all stvlcs of our celebrated five old linen Collars and Cuffs at 1 Oc for Collars, 20c for Cuffs. The perfect trousers' stretcher has at last been in vented the only one that we ever saw that would do what was claimed for it. No one else in town has them, but for all that the price is only $ 1 .OO per pair. There's no let up in the popularity of our Stock-taking Sale of Men's and Youths' Suits and Overcoats at HALF PRICE and ONE-THIRD. It isn't often you get a chance to buy such values as ours at these low prices better not miss it now. ROBINSON, CEE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

WSM&SS "" - Tr , &m iC- it j .. i a !---,-. e. THE WEVTHER TO-DAY. &be 0 ff)J was the TIMES' circu lW.UUI fation for last week. The STAR'S circulation JQ1 tt for last week was . . . i0,3l0 imes Fair. Stationary Westerly "Wind- .3 VOL. 2. 2JO. 6S0. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING-, ITANUAKY 20, 1S9G TWENTT PAGES. THKEE CENTS. MHOUIOT F :adm ATTI 5F?S -T. tier2i"Jy -f5rs5arnpaafj - : y 8- i MONEY FOBlll SACKS Buyers' Checks Not Turned Into the Department Accounts." CASHED BY BUSINESS MEN Government Funds Apparently Appro prlutiil tn Private Unes Revenue Arising 'mra Sale of Condemned IIiirs: Cut Don n Oncj-llilrd by Com bination of Purchasers. A new phase of the government Bwcat ihop expose-, .is elcveloped by Tlie Times, lias today come to the surface, aDd is of unusual interest and Importance. Atli'iitioii ho been tailed to the singular omission from tlie reports of tlie Second Assistant Postmaster General as to the amount of revenue derived from tlie pale of condemned ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

- - P,'?.wiwi$i-Js;? MJSfSSTT - HKS-C K5 THE MORNING TIMES. -SUHDA-T, JANUABY 20, 1898. 5tt VliOSES F Street Corn er ilr rutlk 1 All Parlor Furniture Seduced. We're makinff a srrcat sweep through the whole stock. Ever- price is clown. Some cut as low as actual cost. All not far above it. All kinds and grades of Suites and odd pieces in the sale. AltT ROOllS SIXTH W.OOlt CAPTURED HER AUDIENCE Mis3 Ellen Beach Yaw in Concert at Metorott HalL Sang CltiMc Song Delightfully mid BulIudN for I ho Old miu1m Uur Company Excellent. Miss Kl!en Ileach Taw triu cordially and enthusiastically received last evening ihen 6hc stepped to the footlighta before a very large audience at MctztTOU Hall. In which tlie musical culture ol tlie city was well represented. Thoie wlio had never seen Miss Yaw before must have realized that the maitres d'affiehes are very grotesque whu it comas to Introducing so charming a personage to the public on :i poster, as the Nightingale of the Pacific Coast. She wore a ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

-St----ifgsS fE pS? F3i&r-$gVjltkS1- KJT r--tS": THE .HORSING TIMES, SUST'DrAy, JANUABT so, 180U. 3 HSU FOOTS THE BILLS Turkey Is Buying Arms Under trje New Alliance. ALL AIMED AT GEBttANY Ml ff.fijl IS HJDDEH England Undergoing a Hysterical Reaction of Friendship. DEARLY LOVE AMERICANS f - 4 -I -.-sis-a,-,- vtfi''SfWi.rfi vji jtjk iw "V-.sw. TT . Diplomats In Berlin Agree That the Strange Treaty Is Primarily In tended to Block Emperor William's Ambitions Heavy Order) lor Guns Placed by the I'orte. Berlin, Jon. 25. Despite the affectation ut Incredulity which pervades Uie foreign office In regard to the alleged agreement between RuEsia and Turkey concluding a treaty which cements tbe two empires in mi offensive and defensive alliance, the popular liclicf grows that tlie convention Is an accomplished fact. News rccciv cd from "Vienna upon this sub ject, galherid from ceml-'jfflcial authori ties, lias had the crfect to greatly weaken the power of the official denials of the story ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

?'W a-s-jste if--- iiWit; ,?- THE MOHNPTQ TIMKSf SUNDAY, JASTUABY 26, 1896. K&aB- TheWashingtonTiiTiBS UoitSISO, EyKCIXO, A3D SuiTOAT.) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Companr, TIMES BUILDING. SOUTHWZST CoaSEB FZSK1TI.TAXU. Atesck axd Testu Eieext. Telephone Editorial Booms, 433, Buslneaa Offlco, SS7. rrlee Morning or Evening Edition.- One Cent. Sunday Edition..... Tbre Cent. llonthly by Carrier Mornlnc and Sunday....... Thlrty-flrs Cents. Xrenutc Thirty Conti Horarar, ) .en!nt and- 'Budding Intelligence" That Has Blossomed. Sunday .... TtptyCesxs. Tiie Times' Branch Offices. The-Tirns,"r.ttl,eN'ewis Merchants" run Mituru itie-lr supply or Morning rid Uii'iiIhu "rimcw ut tlio following brarcli office-: Frank Miutli, -Ith and O Mr. nw. m McNuiij , i:i:iu i4iii ut. nw. a. i. Jit-rin-icfj-. iai2 Ttii . iht. II. Iu::i. 2153 Pa. me. nw. Jo-i'-;ill l.ludlMl. JOII Mill St. so. IV. K. JUueUHJ-, ((! 11 M. lie. Jus-ph r'lli-iml. COD Till t. kt. WASHINGTON', D. a, JANUARY VC 1SML ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

' -'I 3Z. ?v -.-tW $1&&&23&FQ& r5F5S''c,S'e-? SPo.- f jt''. i THE MOByiljrG TIM.gS,,-$tTPAY., JANUAItY 26, 189(5. FLAMMED T '4 CIRCLI 1 r- JB Lansburgli&,Bro This Wrapper. J t ? ? ? ? 9 ? f 98c. HI" perfect - fitting Wrapper, made of fine percile m neat stripes and figures, cut in the latest style. Yoke front and back finished with ruffle of plain blue. Turn over collar, and cuffs edgocl with narrow braid. Tight-fitting lining to the waist. Plaited back. Full sleeves. Excellent width, full length All sizes 2fc98 If van live oat of tha city order by mall. Wo cm at tend to year wants just as czrefclly ai if yoa camo is pCISOU. The Social Calendar. ite social cilendar for the week sbowa: JlONDAV Mrs J'Axa tc ileLoan, a luncheon la honor o! lln. Grant TUESDAY Tii 1Ub i KI?cs, a tea, followed by ft danco, Ui lie, n tei. 47 yn Hears:, a dinner 21i-d :.iitil nn, u card party. .Mr Trlnble, alcntt vkij-i:d;y i Tilt nnrrmre f V 1m Mary Qunr, dnnzhtor of SonatorOuaT. ji...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

'mmf RlP "f ra" o THEMOKN1NG TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1896. Wash B. Williams, 7th and D Separata Storage Kooieo at warehouse. Central location. Sts. N. W. As thhrls a slack time or the your wo are quotlac special pricos on re covering furniture in order to keep our staff ol upholsterers busy. Furniture Packed and Shipped If you arc moving let us save you .all the v0rr3 and trou ble of packing- and shipping-. We will take the entire tc sponsibility. Our men are experienced, and we on!' cmplo3' such as we know to be adepts. Whether you are leaving town or only changing1 houses, we can save you much inconvenience and all loss by breakage. We harp capacious aid, conren lentstoraco roams, and our into aro extromely inoJerate. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D Sts. N. W. Dealer In a 1 kinds of Furniture, Carpets and Drapeiies. ADMISSION OF .MICHIGAN". Local As-nehitlon Will Celebrate tile Cieul Monday. The fiftj-ninlu annieersary ot tlie ad mission ot Michigan into tlie Union will be celebra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

5?iJra?SSw3?-y Kip -SiPift" i- THE MORNING TIMJ3S, SUNDAY, JAiStAltr su, iSOff. ARTOCLI EDIT EFEATI .y o-ri- --- --KirSmrzrk-j-ss ' How mu cli do you lose ou these snits?" asked a buyer JfWy7 ('yesterday. It was a most nat ural query. We told him we did not lose a cent in fact, made a little profit in selling these Sio, $12 and $15 Suits for $6.25. We bought them as a iob. The loss is the manufactur er's not ouvs. He had be gun to make Spring Suits! If we could get a hold of such Suits as these to sell for $6.25 the 3'ear around, ten stores of our size wouldn't be large enough. Don't procras tinate, as the lot is getting low. Parker.Bridget &Co. Clothiers. 315 7th St. Powerful Endorsement Few, If any human btln -, cTr suHered as did 2!msIcr.or SlcColgan, of Baltimore, Vd.. from tho effects of Catarrh and Hay Fever. Last Au ust. In tha mlJat of all bis terrible suffer ing, and thronsh to recommendatloa of a friend, ho began tho ust of Dr. Geo. W. Fisher's Catarrh Cure. Ttoe relie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

rPficrT;: ,-v 8 THE MORNING .TIMES, SUNDAY, JANTJABT 2C, 1898. J take Warning. If you want to take advantage of this stock-taking sale of Men's ancKYouths Suits and overcoats at Hmlf Price and One-third Off you must do so AT ONCE, as the sale positively ends on Sat urday next But all of this week you can buy Men's Sack Suits, Half Price and One-third' oil Men's Cutaway Suits, Half Price .and One-third off Men's Clay Coats and Vests, Half Price and One-third oil Men's Overcoats, Hall Price and Oni-W off Men's Ulsters, Hall Price ani One-third -oil Boys' Ulsters, Hall Free and (he-third oil Boys' Overcoats, Hall Price and Oie-third oil -.-Boys' Long Pants Suits, Hall Price and One-third oil Children's Short Pants Suits, One-'fourllf oil Children's Overcoats, One-fourth off - r Children's Reeiers, One-fourth oil All Fleece Underwear, One-third off All Heckwear, One-third off Several lots of SHOES and Men's and Boys' HATS at the lowest prices ever quoted for reliable qualities. Your mon...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

-3 U.-.tvs'?i. --sj-sHj v V '" i!. i iV Part 2 THE WASHIi0TON TIMES Pages 9 to 20 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOgKING, JANUAKY 2G, 1896. J BVVVbr Las! Chance At Mark flown s When -wc sa3 that this sale will positively close next Saturday night at 12 o'clock we give the signal that will start a multitude of shoe buyers who have delayed pur chasing. Tomorrow morning marks the beginning of the last week of this sale every minute is precious it's your last chance to buy our reliable, up-to-date footwear at these prices: Mark Down of Evening Footwear Ladles f3 Finrat Maila Satin CO I r and French Uronzebllppers &L 1 0 Ladies K50 Imported ratnt Leather t-anUnl3 fiuol kid ffl OP Uold, HlTororJetlleadciL. 4) 1. 00 Ladies' t2 and 12 50 l'ink Cream and White. Catf ff I CC Evening sandals J) I. DO tl Jot and Silver Beaded Vlcl Kil also Patent Leather T I OT Calf Sandals 4M.U1 (1 S3 Patent Leather Pretty hlto uud Illack Kid ban- QCn Genuine Dogola Opera Too Evening and JJouso Slip- CO a pers D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

10 TUK 30NTNG TIJM, Ujwua3C jAflOAKi; JH. iwc. Most of them Caused by Lack of Foresight. USUALLY OALLED ACCIDENTS Cnl"-troiIiesHcHultliiKfromCnrclc.-M-jie- uud Great MlhlmiM from What Appear to Be Mere Trllles Fully of Oy ur-Coni Idence Ket.pouslblotor.Kot a Few Misfortune. .Accidents happen to everybody at one tin.': cr another in one wio or another. Some lics uppear to Le irn.de up aiiuusl wuoiiy or ttiii.j,!i chat comu w itLOut any l tt Yious preparation and altogether uucx-pecic-iio. lu others eicrtliu 1 p niaicd bcrore nunc, everything Mruiiycd lor and tlie time 01 its octuuvnee i tit. It tb a murk oi cum.ru ui.u utilized coucUllon to lorcscf and provide. Tnu luuu v.l.o waits on circumstances leans a l.anu to mouth existence nniit;iic w it p.ui.i ulU t.auuuios a icir :.lic.ul is alivajs opportunely ruppllcd Willi v. hut lie nerds. One is Hie iiasier, the otter a part ot a machine. ' - 'iiuu uc.ic.ki. jicparalion end foresight constitutes ti.e chief dtlltreuce Let ween de feat a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

r 7$J$&jeg mmf1- w? && - .' -" - T" 13 Each Year Augments the Great' Musician's Admirers. ' DAMROSOH IS THE PBOPHET Something About tlio Great Slngere Vlio TVlll Appear In tlie Leading Holes JDurluir tlie Gcfmnu Opera ScaHOiiatAllen'HGranilOperalJuuise. Full llepertulrc of the Week. The enthusiasm with which llr. Dam roscb has devoted himself to"propagat!ng a lore for Wagner In this country is worthy of approbation. Vie maj not all agree with him that the Uayreutli prophet Is tfie greatest of the composers nut wo cannot, reasonably dissent from his asser tion that the historians nuo write of the musical art of the end of this century will designate the period by Wagner's name. v The last ten years have witnessed an etraordlnar" advance in the interest felt in the "music Iranian". K en the French, to w bom Shakespearels unattractive, would not again raise- an anl.-Lohengrln riot in Tarls, and it should .not be overlooked that tfie two best books written on "the. philosoph...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

-,!?5?-3?Jg( rJZWSi SOClW.'(KB;SW - - " j f -w-,- 5sct' :c .? ' -CCr- 14 THE MOUSING TIMES, StftfTDAY, JANUAHY 2G 1896. f r r Sr In France i SDME OP THE LATEST NOVEL TIES IN PARISIAN COSTUMES. Princess Jeanne Bonaparte the Very Mold cf Form H:wclu- sive French-Women. Paris, Jan. 20. Do not believe that cMreme r.isalo'i iiuisiiU In 'novelty. It Is not true. Elegant dress-, Ignoring me nt)t'I as frm-ii, cnioriii to tLe prevail ing Weal aiitl looks ramlllar. The Princess Jeanne Bonaparte wore at a rcciptlon the oilier ila a gown if violet uKrt nude with the skirt plain, Jlie blouse la plills or gathers, ami the slccv e In a tunp'o lialloon, reaching uearly to iho elbow, where It was met by a long, white glov e. Oa tiiesleevcswasa Jctr.isfcciucnterle ribbon tiiat ran from the top down part m) and thin turneda right angle and went toward the front, and these square figures lialani-cd e-ach other and pir width and stjle to t!ie figure. Round the neck was a ruche of black chiffon, or was i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

y&j--5ft;.;-s,KfcjsS'J3S3 HWfpS--tT " "''WW: Wh'7.&S!iBtS.SSVJIiZ-S? THE MORNT&TG TIMES,3 StTirtoATNlJARY 26, 1896. 15 DISSECTING AN EMPEROR King "William Torn to Pieces on His 37th Birthday. WAR LORD'S STRONG POINTS Began by Banishing His Mother and Bismarck When He Be came King of Germany. Kaiser Wilhelm's birthday is tomorrow. He will be lbirtj--seveu jenrs old. lie lias been upon the throne-'or Germany o'nlj eight years, hut In that short span Lehasslamped himself ui.on the history or the world. When the kaiser ma.de his ojicning speech after the death tit hls'falher, FredericK HI, he said "eicrmanj", as lis present power. Is only eighteen jrcars old. Within Die licit ten jears she will dime into her majority and the wurld shall hear of it." The world has heard or it. Wilhelm, with his eight babies born from 1S82 to 1S92, and his navy, his army, his rolicy, his ag gressiveness, and his accomplishments, have been the talk f the lime. For a while wheu the reports of hi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

wsss-pssPKSse . r azz&srtt: WSSr ?&V r-- ---jr 2 grv ss " ss . - t-- jr- !... i '.Sj; t JC 16 THE MUKNINU TlWItS," SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, 1896. 'f&'e&miy - T Aadu 'With ffie, Jrimulas THE following story Is true In all essential particulars though, ot course, names have been altered. Experts In "psjclilcal research" loay differ as. to whether the explanation is an apparition or an accident. I entirely forget the name of the opera, what It wag about and who sang In it; but I knowlt was the first I ever saw If, Indeed, I can be said to hare seen it. A t all events I was present at" the per formance, and the evening and Its occur rences are Indelibly stamped on my rocm ' ory. I was seentecn, thoroughly unmusi cal, but possessed of a keen sense of enjoj ment, and the scene, looked upon for the first time in my life, delighted me. The fair faces, the gorgeous toilets? the hum ofvolces, Uie light, the movement, all com bined to quicken the beat of my pulse and make mc'feel gi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

? - .irvv3aff--''-' WHWIPIBS?! . BsT Ywjfc-sw THE MORNING TIMES, "SUNDAY, JANUARY 28. 1806. 17 NECESSITY THE MOTHBB OF INVENTION. r ii i i in - 1 There Is ttint worthless buy! How on earth nmltoinllkthecownnd bind the baby at the Miino time, l'dllko to know? -- 2 An Ideal I'll put the baby up here as uu experiment . . $ 3 Ah! It works plcndltlly. AMIiUSHED. Dick Daulebohn bad pined to shoot, From Infancy, the wlldriuto. At twele lio left his father's door And w ent out West to look for spoor. -A ... f 1 -. . , "" 3 AND THET SMILED. t 9 Watktn Talk of tlie harshness of fatol Botklux Why. what about lt7 Wutklns Nothing; only mother-in-law lias the Iock-Jav AND DE PICKED - THE JARPOIS REVENGE. jww &. " v --.-k Pick Me Up. GIVING IlIM A IIA1SE. . l I nmsri fe;? i Tf8 irmym-"- '"WE? ?. f i . I-. mm . r i! " i sJwr "'-." s&svu x - .raw 1 Ernstns Well, of It nln't liahd C'f. -IKJfQmWmUiX M luck to strike ahcnbome wlf adouh fr" -", V iwll Mfir F , M ou.Bbup. (i - u 4mWvSiF wv i nopl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

yWwW' i'.fM !SW THE MOB KING ,TIMES,u9J;DATrAPAire 26, 189G. 18 i.-'vic 2 IB V gxxxxxxxxxxx XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXJl "2? """" i e i One Week Hmong.:. . DistriGt Wdrklngmen; 8 O Rjgxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; MEETINGS FOU THIS WEEK. SUNDAY, JANUARY 2G. Executive committee, 1. A., 06 Times tkilldlnc, 1 1 o'clock. L. A. 0341, K.ot L., Journeymen -Butchers Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. , L. A. 4308, K. ot L-, Musicians W eller s Hall, Eighth and I streets southeast. L. A. 1 149. K.ot L.. Douglass Progressive Assembly ot Steam Engineers Hall, 60a 1 street. L.A.1349,K.ofL..GnmbrinusAsscnibry Mall, ScvenUi and N streets. MONDAY, JANUARY 27. I U. No. 190, Brotherhood ot Carpenters and Joiners Hall, 027 Massachusetts ave- Dur. , , L. A. 1644,K.otL., Journey men Plaster ersPlasterers' Hall, Four-nnd-a-hair street and Fennsjlvanta avenue. L. A. 1748. IC. ot L., Carpenters and Joiners SocletyTcmple, 1 irthand U streets. L. A. 1228, K. ot L-, Lat...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

19 HELP WANTED SITUATIONS WANTED Twenty Words for Ten Cents. xjtlB MORNING- TIMES, SUNDAXJAiNrTJAttY 26. 1890. AND Sl'KClAT NOTICES. TO Ihe members i-r L. A. 2389, K. of L., and the iubllc In general: L. A. 23S9 heartily lodorsed Hie action ot ihe l.ckcd-out Brewers and expressed their sentiment by adopting Ihe following resolutions: Resolved, That, no member ot L. A. 2389. of Journeymen Bakers, will patronize any saloon or grocery htore where beer is .sold made bv the National Capital, Wash ington. Hcurlch. or rorlncr Brewing Com panies. lie It rerlhcr resolved. That any member caught In Ihe act lit violating foregoing rule will be rinid the sum of $10. lie It fortfcer revived, Tlut such a fine. It Imposed, will never be rimllled by an) net of the assembly. Ja24-3l liy order of L. A. 2389. A. special meeting of the stocklioldcr.s ot the Cross Manufacturing Conipaiiy la fc-l'ed to Le held January 9. 1S-00. WED NESDAY, at 3 ii. m., nt tl e cfflce of the ompany, 107 King street, Alexa...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 January 1896

?1Prrjss;- i .-. "4 - . - -, .-vt Jf-&ltJZp-SlS - V THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 2B, 1896. 20 SCHOOL FOR THE liTM Plan of the Fathers With Which the Senate Is Now Busy. CHANGES BY COMMITTEE TJntvorxltj- Siiuuro tin the T'otoniue lit In enty-f If t li St root ,fi t eii by Wuxli liiKton us 11 Site, Not CouMdered Iur:o Knoiigti Great Tcuebern Oih lioso ttio l'roject. A national university, with thousands ot Indents, with buildings tliat shall cciipi-e the new library, set In the mlils-t ot a beautiful and spacious campus, with re sources practically unlimited, auil with all tbe treasures ciulected lierc at the torn inaua of graduates of the highest collect who will cotne for higher studies and Independent Investigations, la the vision eel before, the minds of anihitloas citizens of 'Vyjsnlusum by the bill which fcenator Kyle's coinmiuee Is discussing from week to week at tnistline. Senator Kyle bones to have the measure ful.y jirt-pared ana ready for a favorable report, early...

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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