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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

THE WASHESrGTCXN- TIMES, SATTJKDAT, JULY 6, 1895. I Lansborgh & Bro f t f f Men's f ? Unlaundered Shirts That we supply a very large percentage of the Men folks of this city with Shirts is convinc ingly proven by the vast quantities of Shirts we are continually dispos ing of. SOO dozen Men's Un laundered Shirts Pure Llren Bisjms and Bands, eyelets hand worked, re-enforced, made lengthwise of CoUoi. Cut full and wide. Entirely finished. QfT-, Allsizes A superior Shirt Is our Succ.ss. It's a favor ite with t:s, because It's such a Lsvorlte with our customers, and it meri.s every good thing th-ugnt and said about It. It is made of Utlca Cotton. P. re Linen coyr.tina; twanty-two -.undrcc" both in bosom and bands. Full re-enforced bosom set in and l.nod. Hand-made eye-ets- Cut flul and wide. Patent everlasting stays, strengthening the points where they usu al y tear. Entirely f in ,shed. 9 f f ? t t f f f f t f f f t f t f f f f f f f f t 69c, 3 for $1.88. -" -- t f f Of course we st...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

THE WASHHSrGTOK TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1895. 6 IliiYPil RHEUMATISM. MOY SING'S TALE OF WOE On account of the rain on July 4, still holds good from July 7th to 14th Inclusive, (A! j(J nG On which Da3rs we will Give Awav 50 Solid Gold Tuxedo Souvenir Watches. TO EVERYBODY purchasing- from us on the above-named dates, Ave will give a Iland somety Chased and Engraved Solid Gold Watch, stem winder and setter. You ma7 sa-, how can we afford to do this? "Well, we have taken the VEST 3f above number of watches from a larg-e dealer in exchange for lots at TUXEDO, and not being- in the jewelry busi ness we have concluded to give them away as souvenirs of this beautiful suburb on tire eight above-named days only. Bear in tnind, also, that we are selling the very best lots ever offered around "Washington at the low price of Gjd.tf -- ri I ! Small Payment Down; SI Weekly. ZPLS a.riCt LJJ3 Ten Per Cent Off for Cash. Just think of it! A choice home-site with which to lay the foundation of your h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

THE WASHEC-TOTON TOI3ES, SATUEDAT, JULY G, 1895. I One Gent Z I Noadvertiscmont I033 than 10a Per Word PER WORD No advertisement less than 10a No advertisement less than 10a. 0il8 COIlf. Word No advertisement loss than 10s. I p. t One Gent & No advertisement less than 102. tIDo buili Word So advertisement less than 10s. llm bml Word No advertisement less than 1 Oa FOR SALE aOSCELliASUOUS. FOR S.A.I1E Fin" boa constrictor; very tj !!. a nice pet for any lady, also monk'VK ami parrots. SCIIMID'S BIRU 6TORL, 712 Z sUw., 122 1 Pa.avc. j j G-5t FOK SALB-Two pool tables at No. DC C liw. Inquire after 12 p. in. It FIRST C3L.A.SS "Jrus store; Rood lo cation; mv.; Tor tale on account of other business. Address QUININE, this orfu jyG-2t FOK SALE-Cheap, a 12-foot Ba teau in splendid condition; can be M-ea a l 2 1 :.5 I st n w , after 5 p in jy-(-3t FOR SALE-A full line ol pioeerips. 725 24th bt. mv. Will sell cheap. jy5-3t FOR SALE-A full leather lop phae ton; ijrbt-clabs condition; cheap....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

THE WASHiyGT.OK TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 6y 1895. Till SEEKING ft SYSTEM , Kan, Sons r JOHNSTONS, Health Officer Inspecting Garb - age Crematory Plants. 729-731 Seventh Strrret. &!Co. E3 Are lots of tilings you'll need for your summer vaca tion, a Serge Coat, Duck Trousers, Negligee Shirts, Russet Shoes, a Straw Hat, or Golf Cap, any and all of which we are prepared to supply better and more satisfactorily than any other store in town. Don't fail to take along a light OVERCOAT or a Mackintosh, if 3ou prefer, plenty of them here the proper sort, too, proper qualities, proper styles, and, as usual, at proper prices. 12th and F Sts. phWisu ( SHOES. 11 P v! "CREDIT IS OUR CREED," Ki We'll Help You t Out of the Woods. Don't let any pecuniary consideration deter you from gratifying any want the home may have. You've got credit, so you dou't need nione3 You've got our to draw on, and that's equal to any bank ac count The onty thing 3Tou've got to do is to come in and pick out what FURNITU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

1- f - - Ctre you Wiil 4 5or kaV as? NO. 477. . ...... -- WASHIjNGT02Sr, D. C, SUNDAY MOENESTGr, JULY 7, 1895 SIXTEEN PAGKES AJD AUT SUPPLEMENT. TnBEE CENTS. tip: Hlpu.ifl .J"yl" , n ISI FLOODS AIL OVER THE "WEST. cm account of the rain on July 4, still holds good from July 7ft to 14ft inclusive, On which Days we will Give Away 50 "Solid Gold Tuxedo Souvenir Watches. TO EVERYBODY purchasing from U. on tli above-named dates, -we will give a Iliuid somdy Chased and Engraved Solid Geld Watch, stem winder and setter. You may say, how can we afford to do this? Well, we have taken the above number of watches from a large dealer in jihange for lots at TUXEDO, and not being in the jewelry -business we have concluded to give them away as souvenirs of this W.tutiful suburb ou the eight above-named days only. Bear in tnnd, also, that we are selling the very best lots ever offered around Washington at the low price of 3-0 eLndL Just think of it! A choice home-site with which to lay the foundati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

THJ3 WASHINGTOlSr TIMES, SUISTDAT, JHDXY 7, 1S95. waSa P P ? ft" l3s Si ns F and We eulh ste Strfi Wareboubee Kd St near M. -Moth defiers tilings that realty bailie the appetite of this destructive little in sect. CEDAR CHESTS to begin with not the factoiy kind, but OUR make. The cedar's fragrant, pungent odor means immunity from moths. CarofuUy selected, -nell seasoned woods alone are lined, ami to the thor oei vorkwausSIp is Added hnndRomo dorfpti Wo auow tlioui in various sizos. We aim make old btzes to humor par ticular people . M O THALINE BAGS a happy idea that ladies especialry appreciate slipped over the dress, that's hung at full length. it's impossible for either moths or dust to get near them. Moth Paper another Efficacious preventative. Let us do your printing if yoid have tlie best produc tions procurable. McGILL. & WALLACE, Printers, J JO? E Mcwet N. IV. 'Phone. 1311 New things are arriving iveiy day in Silver Orna ments and Knick-knacks. The prices here on Jewelry...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

THE WASHrSTGTOlSr TIMES, SUNDAY, J ITLT 7, 1895. 3 ik Selling s J July reductions are in order. A complete clearance throughout the store to get it in shape for fall and winter arrivals. Grand buying time. Half Pairs of Curtains At Quarter Reg. Price. We have a quantity of half pairs of C ur Hius, in Cbenillcu .Arabian Tapestry. .Linen Velours, Arabesque Tapvsuries, Roman Striped rortieres, Sx. Were $6.50 to $15. Now S1.62 to $3.75. G "half pairs" of Clionille nnd TJoman Strid 1'urtierei!, whtah wore $-1.50 to $6 j,er pair. The Half Pairs, $1. A Hammock Free. with every Ico Chest and Refrlgorator bold during the next sis days wo will Kt a Dollar Hammock and also allow 40 per '-eat. discount. This looks as though we wanted to clear them out,dos it not M o don't propose to carr- ouo over to next summer. $10 Box Couches, $6.50 Only two loft of the 519 Box Couches These are croum covered, have spring sat, aud edge, and lined box. Q rn Reduced iroui $10 io OU.JU $2 Bead Portieres,$125 Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

TJUUJ VA!3IlIiSrG-T02ir TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1895. r The Washington Times (EVHIIV IAY IN T11K YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED UY The 7HbIiingtnn Times Company, TIMES IJUILDIXG, JonHWBgr C OKNKK I'KNNBV VANIA AVENUE AXD 'J KisTU faTICKKT. Telephone Fdltoi lal Rooms, -IS! lluEiuota UClro,S3r. Price, DaMy FdKkm One Cent. Sunday J'cWou Three CoHts IJyiuo mouth... ......Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 7, 1895. Kuljhcrihcra to 1 liu Times" w 111 conn-. fuir J jiromptlv reporting any di tnBrlHM r collrcturN, or iiejjloct of dutjr n th piirt of tlio cuirirrs, Complaints rlllior ly iimil or in ticrxon will r"cclr rroiupt uttntiri. I'upors Hhoulil le tie-li-reil to nil jmrLK of ib oily liy 0:3O k'oiook --oli ir.oiiiins. Inoluilluir Sumln.. "Tho Washington Time" In it m-m-bor at the Iloohdulo Cu-uiieruthe So ciety. TAKE THE TIMKS "WITH YOU. Ennimer OiiiIiii:h Will Xot Ho Kn jyed Unle It Goes Along. Tin iuiiiiner tide of pleasure and li'iiliheekerr lias set In toward mountains, spring and s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

XH2D WASHXNTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, JTJXT T, 1895. R--0 -O-XSO "&""9f GC ; --O-O f EMRICH. f i QRQRisnnrHi lb srri IEU o hsn.QhE!nrhitR A marvelous Record of Selling! httSIUUtlilgjIB W Ei A SYAtf&rJi&l'rZc iSCrJ. ' r 7,,s;srss- ftf- c '--r'i t - f f g Black Wool Fabrics 2 III Hill III II I il Mill ' 9 For Outing and Bathing Suits. 9 Low Prices for Mid Summer, To close out ODDS and ENDS at one half the original price. Avail yourselves cf this rare opportunity seek no further and note carefully our offer. Several lines of desirable goods reduced from 33 to 50 per cent 29c Black All - Wool Fiench Serge 36 OCp VA inches wide. For - Ldb ' "' 39c Black Wlohalr Bril liantine 3S inches wide. For 50c Black All -Wool Fra-icn Nuns' VeilinprOCn VA 36incrieswide. For..u 1L- J!, gan frm-iTm 37c Black All-Wool Cha'lie. SO inches OCn rf wide, for J 39c Black All -Wool Granite Cloth, a great Dust Shaker, 3S in. OQn yr wide, for "G yU. 39c Black All-Wool Sto-m Serge, easily penetrated by water ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

a XJJLJfi WASHINGTON TIMES, SUN-DAT, JUIjX 7, 1805. Paris' JHoitf de or People's It Is a Boon to the Needy and Saves Them from the Shy locks Washington Will Have- a Better One. Tho .American metropolis is about to follow the fashion of the gay French me tirjKHs in the matter of the care of its poor and deserving citizens. It is well known now throughout the country that The "Washington Times proposes to furnish relief and remedy to those at The Capital of th' imuiou who have been so unfortunate as to fall into the clutches of unscrupulous holders of money, who pile a Peliou of Interest on an Ofesa of incidental charge, in the way of loans, and make the borrowers chattel slaves on then chattel mortgages. It cot without savinir thut the men who make slave. ot their debtors are Uie ex- I option iii Washington. But the nation's Capitol Is a big city, and the "exceptions" reach, in the long nin, annoying status. Tiie shibboleth of The Times has been that w poor and worthy oppressed arc t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

WASHHSTOTOjST TIMES, STJTSTDAY, JULY 7. 1895. L li: j s jjjz "ZzrEl''"1 Parker, Bridget & Co. Clothiers, 315 7th St. ORRIDLY torrid! Only one thing'to do. Stop worrying and get into "fpntlier-wrMcrlit"" . JL clothing. All sorts of thin, "Dressy" Cloth ing. The "Faddiest" Fad Is the White Corduro Suits. The trousers are $5 and the roat and Vest $10 making suit $15. Other thin cloth ing as follows : With 14hh Duet Troaaors. $!.M awl up Won't. Brown Lluon buku, $f Men's Kagtteh Crash Suite, US Still running $10, $12, and $15 Suits, navy blue and black cheviots, serges, and fancies for $6.25. We have determined upon the f o 1 lowing novel plan to get ac q u a i 11 1 ed with every amateur ball player i n Wash- rf i n or t o n tsp' big and lit tle. We propose to sell off our entire stock of Baseball Bats at cost just to get them into your hands, and show you how good they are: Wood'e Xo 3 lints, 2c. to 15c Wood's BwyVt No. 2 Bats, 25c to 15c. Voo'fi Ne S Bats, 40c. to 80c Wood s Ultra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

TME WASHnSTG-TO TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1895. f Serges For summer wear Serges are 'the icleaT fabrics. They are cool, light, dressy, and serviceable. Will keep their shape and -wear better than any other fabric of equal weight. Our line of them is as near perfect as it is possible for gar ments to be. Worthy qualities, worthity tailored, worthy styles, blue, black and gray colors, lined; .half lined and skeleton. Prices: ' " "" Suits $10 to$25. Coats and Vests $7 to $15. Odd Coats $4 to $7.50- .. Our stock of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS has no equal any where. Ours are CUSTOM MADE, have the new shape high collars and long, heavy cuffs. All the- newest shades and colors. Prices, 50C to $3.50) a11 sizes and a11 perfect-fitting. Russet Shoes, all sizes, shapes and stales. Prices Men's, $2.40 to $6.00. Boys', $(.40 to $3.00. Robinson, Chery 8l Co. 12th and F Sts j PIncs, ( SHOES. "CREDIT IS OUR CREED," Tis and Tisn't 'Tis true 3'ou go in debt when- you buy FUR NITURE CARPETS MATTINGS DRAP ERIES REFR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

N TIMES Pas 9 to 16 az WASHESraTOiT, D. C, SUNDAY, MORNING-, JULY 7, 1895. Kaax&&M&xBBBEmMnttaEMm fit Part Two T HE W A At TMs Wo send shoes to cus torhers In almost every State in the Union, Time of .Year Wo frequently find ourselves overloaded with certain lines of goods most desirable and first-class In every way, but still we have too many of them. In such a case we don't hesitate-we simply re-mark every pair at a price that'll sell them the minute our customers know of the reduction. While there Is of course a loss, we don't mind It, for a first-class house cannot afford to carry over goods to another season and then sell them as new styles. At least this house can't and won't. These are Lots that MUST GO I --TTl--g-l LIU J II I" .1 i... i . . , . ,.,.,... For the reasons given above. The Prices are made to sell them quickly. FOR THIS WEEK. At $2.85 Better than anybody olso Is soiling at CI 00 .Men's genuine Kangaroo Haud ecrred Welt. L&ced, or Gaiters. Men's R ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

10 the wAsnrN"OTo:i5r times, sujntdat, julx 7, 1895. r f I I 9 f t t t f t p - 3XBg A Sf. v ' W -cJ- f 3 fMmMMm YlvyJ' Mifjj m' CJl nfCL ts-CASH or sJil- during; the sale Lansbui rail's New York Ave.. Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. Agency for the Celebrated COLUMBIA AUTOMATIC FILTER. ii eC$r && re-gE- Down on the River's Where Men Rre-ai Work, Repairing the Defective Piers of the Aqueduct Bridge Difference in Engineering Between Now and Fifty Years Ago. As tourists on the way to Arlington reach the middle of the Aqueduct Bridge, whore the view of Georgetown with the college and the old Naval Obsenatory aud of the Virginia hlHs up the blue Potomac is mot picturesque, there ib heard these days a sudden escaping of steam that sounds like a passing steamer, hut isn't. Jl is the engine of the machinery nt the work on the middle pier of lite bridge. The contractors .ore repairing the pier so as to lie readj to stand the ice gorges when the come and tlie steady Weal of the How of the stre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

TEOG WASHINGTON TOLES, "SUNBAT, JULX T, 1895 11 Did Gloilies Almost Partake of Immortality From One Owner to Another They Pass, Always Going Downward in the Social Scale. Some Curious Incidents. The summcrseason Is now well u nder -way and folks before they Hie themselves away to seashore and mountain are disposing of their winter and spriug wearing apparel in order to make room in their wardrobes for fashion's recently-created dainties and conceits. Some persons Bend dis carded garments to poor relations in the country, where they may be worn with im punity and without danger of any social nvl' febarp eyes observing and thus ob taining a choice niorfcol for gostipy table talk. Others who think that they nave a knack for business exchange the articles for tinware and there are any number of peddlers who willingly give as much as 10 eeiuV worth of their Mock in trade for clothes that will readily net tbtm as many dollars. Then again there is u class of piTSons who are charitably incl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

THE WASHTSTGTO TOU3S, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1895. 12 m AWEEKIHL&BQRCIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. MEETINGS FOtt THIS WEEK. SUNDAY, JULY 7. ' L. A., 4JJ0S, K. of L., Musicians Elk's Hall. Ninth and Pennsylvania avenue. National Alliance of Theatrical Stage Em ployvs liatl. 1 810 E si reel. -MONDAY. JULY 8. L. A. 1044, K. of L., Plasterers rias trors' Halt. I'our-uiHi-a-uair street uud Pennsylvania avenue. L. A., 171S, K. r X... Cari)euters and Joiners Hall. Fifth and G streets. L. A . 34 5G.1I. of L , Carriage a ndAVagon "Workers' Assembly Bunch's llall, 814 Eirirth Mreet. L. A. 122S K. of L., Plasterers Lath ers Harms" Kail, Seventh ami D M reels. L. U. No. 180. Brotherhood or Carpen tersHall C7 Massachusetts avenue. TUESDAY. JULY 9. Fedora l:u of Labor Plasterers Hall. Foor-anrt-a-lialf street and Peunsylvanla ovrttoe. Election of officer. lkifldii.'g Tradt Council Typographical Tt-mitfe. "WEDNESDAY, ."JULY 10. L. U. Ko. 1 C&riRnters and Join...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

XJULlfi WASJHGLN'GrTUjS' TIJIEKW, S 01NTD A r, JUJr 7, 1595. 13 , - V V G - .-r- - ir-'' ? W ' Ua (CopyrigW, JS$, by lladieller, Johnson & Itacnetk'r.) It w giowK mxt; in lite drawing room, bat Jt:o ljmj were not yet lighted, alii -11) vi:c wwnw in tho pietu:eque lints ctaistwed anj.md the little ten. table u closely as their huge sleeves and il!iin- li.ilrie skirts allowed, and Ripped their AMMii-IVkoo iM-tweeu the Uur.siH of eonfi deuce projHT to Use half lwmr. They had discttftsed ti reigning tenor, touched deli cately on tlie lKet scandal, and were now busy with Jack ItotliH'.v's iiauit? and mouey. Ala! b lud no money. A decision of tl e court had given his great inheritance l aiiMt.er 1 eir. and tltea he had gone Into Watt street and been caught on the j wrong Ktoeoc ie market. I can't picture it," said Sally Little j hH. baiaaoiag l.er little gold spoon. "VJiHt wiR hooume of Mm? The spoiled darling? YMij . Jie will liave U so to -work!" PHrJack'"MiJdAralM,Ha. "He wouldn't ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

THE WASHIKGrTOK TIMES, ;SUN1)AT, JUTTT T, 1895. 14 EXCTJIISIOX. COLONIAL RAPID TRANSIT LINE. The handsome propeller steamer COLONIAL Will leave Sheriff's dock dally, except Satur day, ut 9:30 a. ra., for Colonial Beach, Affording a flno view of tbo Potomac. Btcumerv ill leave Colonial Beach nt3p.m. for th new iroa pier at Wakefleld. This will bo complimentary to the patrons. There y III be no liquors sold on the boat. Will Icavo the Beach at 5 p. m. arriving at t ashlagton at 0 o'clock. M. P. BROWN, President Tor further Information pleaso call en A. L. RKED. Atlantic Coat Lino Building. FOURTH AXNUAL EXCURSION OF , Gen. J. M SCIIOriELD GAKRlSON'.No. 28, Regular Array and Navy Union, TO Riyer VietA, Thursday, July 1 1, 1S95. Troop "A," Gtb U. S. rnvalry. Com manded by Lieut. V. C Short. V. S. A., Will partlt-ipato in the following programme: Cossack Hiding. Hurdle Jumping. In nhlchlho horses are used as hurdles, Sword Combats. Acrobatic Barcbuck Riding. Roman Kidir.g, Exhibition of ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

THE WASHrN-GTOjtf TIMES, SUJSTDAT, JULY 7, 1895. 15 Per Word No advertisement less than 10s. Oim Pon? Per 110 belli Word Noedvcrtiscmcnt less than 10s. 0 Pi B OSIlf Word j No advertisement less than 1 Oo- 0S1Q Poilf pER El mnl word No advertisement less than 10a Doe Co;ii A Nbadvortfcemont lass than 10a No adyortlsoment Ics3 than 10s. J E No cdvcrtiscmciu less than 10s. DO .MORE HA 1151 THAN GOOD. Tliut Dr. Skene, of .New York, Says ofUlcvcles for Women. Dr. Alexander J. C. Skene, an cmiucnt few York physician. Is not an cnibu&iastic Idvoctueof theuse of the bicycle by women. In fact, he places bicycle exercise as abou t Hi- last in which women t-hould indulge. 1 have,' said Dr. Skene, "made a care ful .study for the pabt fifteen or twenty fears of the effects or all kinds of occupa tions. habUfiof life, exercises and amuse ments for women, including bicycling, mid I have seen more barm than good come from bu-yctiitg by women. Take the good first. If any on girl or woman is of s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 July 1895

THE WASHISrGTQy TIMES, SUSDAT, JXTLX 7, 1895. JG POPULAR SHOPPING PLAGE. Before Stock- Before our regular Stock-taking Sale we shall offer in every 'de partment a stupendous array "of bargains to reduce this great stock to a minimum point. Each day a fresh list of items will be published with prices revised practically a new great sale every day. Our store will be "Buyers5 Paradise" until stock taking. Our Japanese Wash Silks (No Rein i aims ItemiUf ul loruir sold from 26c to 85c. Sale irice 19c Our SSoeatHabulai Tap Sdks 2Sc Our 66c Plteee Silks, in Navy, Liglit bioe Itofce Su-flx. ale price.. . 32c J Oar 1.00 iipbt Rroend PHsge Silks, liatMkeme designs C9c Our $lS IiojKJtWrt Vpme Silks, in KUe, Hofeo, hikI Light IMee.- Our 3c Cream Jipaaesc States.. .. 92c i Our 9c Prtated Japan Sfltas.llKlit groimde.. .. .. . 25c Our sc Printed Silks, btaMrtitfwl designs SSC OurSdc CseU?KMa Cream, Nile, Rose, and Canary 19c 0ur50eSaUitStrpt-dDtxe6se,ll8Ut StlJXlCS. - - " C OurS&cPJaiu Satin S...

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