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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 August 1895

THE TVASHlGfTO TIMES, THURSDAY, ATTG-TTST 1, 1895. tLansburgli&Brol 1 I A "COME DOWN" q t IN MEN'S BELTS. . .... i j. j... u ..;... .i.nii a f Men's Leather Belts, f with covered rings and f buckles. 0 75c quality, 50c. fi 98c quality, 75c. a f JEWELRY f t SPECIALS. Sol!d Silver Thimbles. all sizes. Only 15c. 9 f 19c. Sterling Silver Belt Pins, plain or en graved Sterling Silver Link Cuff Buttons, hand somely designed. Worth 68c, for 98c Solid Cold Rings, with bsautiful Set tings, for 38c. 48c. Solid Cold Studs, Shirt 75c Set. wiriri""- " "" ojwaW.. ? 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. I Gr-"0000 &&&&' Every Parlor Suite Below Cost and on 1 Jj-VtB This Week Only. Pay when you please Weekly or monthly no notes no interest. EIes?ant 5-plece suite upholster- (Tin ed in damask. 14510 Beautiful 5-piece over-stuffed suite, upholstered in Da-(ri r Zf mask now "PIVJU These are but two suites out of a who'.e floor full. 9i Mammoth Credit House 819-821-823 7tH St. 1. 1. Between H ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 August 1895

""W2zr: r:E WASHiyGTO TIMES, THURSDAY, ATTG-UST 3, 1895. Ninth List CONSULT DR. WALKER. QTELER M Now- Called for Taylor's Photograph 5th and G StreetSo Look for tlie number on your ticket and call and get 3Tour picture, if tlie number is published liere. Don't come until your number is published to save confusion. 8 47 .07 HO 140 200 280 303 700 OOt 033 048 902 1012 1033 1108 1130 1109 1213 1240 1200 1277 1291 1302 1323 1335 1353 1300 1383 1407 1428 1437 1452 1401 1484 1495 1509 1522 1570 1575 1001 1024 1090 1720 1730 1754 1784 1819 1835 1845 1858 1882 1921 1930 2002 2011 2029 2053 2005 2070 2087 2094 2099 2133 2149 2210 2241 2350 2400 2411 2439 2503 2555 2005 2827 10 " 08 102 125 170 237 290 408 710 010 934 005 993 1014 1030 1114 1145 1170 1228 1250 1204 1278 1203 1300 1328 13-11 1357 1307 1388 1421 1431 1441 1453 1404 1489 1498 1518 1538 1572 1583 1013 1027 1001 1722 1743 1707 1787 1820 1837 1849 1801 1885 1022 1983 2004 2019 2031 2050 2007 2074 2089 2095 2102 2141 2158 2210 2309 ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 August 1895

TELJg ASHnSTGTOr TIMES, THURSD AT, AUGUST 1,' 1895. Per Word m yen Per Word- Per Word- Per Word PiR WORD Per Word in! wolo No cdicnisrent less than 10s. No ndvertiseraent less than 1 Oo. No advertisement less ilian 10- No adVortlsflmoMt'ySss' ' fr ft than 10s. No advertisement less than lOo. No advertisement less than 10a. N'oadTortlscmont leal than tOs. One Geiif summer HESOIITS. DESIRABLE board for August and September; Jrecdom of home; Pierce Hill road, first houre from Chevy Cliaso road going west; 5 miuutes from cars. aul-lt POTOMAC BAY A new place op- pos-ite W l.kcrson ,; beautifully located forsumrocr boarding: boatin.hathbiir.fibb Jng.etc, table abundantly furnished; tonus low C C WILKERSON, Prop , J30-lmo Colonial Beach, Va. - 7 - JOHNSON SOUSE. Colonial Beach, on water front: terms reasonable; spe cial rates to parties. AddrebS MRS. G B. JOHNSON. jy2S-7t CAPEBIAysN.J-Wyomfng.South Lafotu- st., fcquure from beach and dopol, urms, $7 to $10 per week. A. T, MOBGATs. ' jy27-7...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 August 1895

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1895. 8 Extraordinary VALUES is the 'rule Here. All over the store. Extraordinary values in Men's Cloth ing. Extraordinary values in Children's Cloth ing. Extraordinary values in Furnishings. Ex traordinary values in Hats. Extraordinary val ues in Shoes. In fact, the prices on nearly every thing in the store have been reduced out of all proportion to the true value of the garments. Bought some of those odd-suit pants yet at S2.25 per pair? The poorest of them are worth at least $4 some as much as $6 and $7. All lengths, up to 36 inseam, but mostly small-waist sizes. All $4 and $3 Duck Pants now $2.00. All Tenuis and Outing Coats and Trousers ONE-THIRD OFF of regular prices. Robinson. Chery I2TH AND F STS. REMOVAL SALE. vZzi'A vT..-.- Here is news for you. Perhaps you don't know we have broken ground for an immense new business home at the comer just below us. We expect to have it ready lor occupancy this fall. We're going to walk into that ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

iraes are IJou tDttt? $or (ieap (Bas? VOL. 2. ISTO. 503. WASHINGTON, D. C, FftLDAY MORNINGI-, ATTGrTJST 23 1895 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. IIYES BOAST FOOD THE PRICE OF PEACE i DHDIPORT CAMPOS BECOMES A CENSOR FLIGHT OF A FOLIC OFFERS TO BUY TRINIDAD ISKCTED OF BUCUU1 Details of the Split at the Maryland Convention. HAD A STORMY INTERVIEW Defeated Candidate Shook His Fist at 1 lie Senutor and Swore He Would Depose Him From the Party's Con trolAccused Him or Treachery and Double Dealing. (By United Press.) Baltimore, Aug. 1. The sensational in terview between United Slates Senator Gorman and State Senator llayes, which took place just before the State Democratic convention met, and which was brleriy out lined in these disiwuches yesterday, has ex oied wide interest, and has all the city...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

THE WASHrNGTOK TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGMJST 2, 1895. WSSsi- b &E2S. Tand niovwitli Stroota. Storage Wnrohouscs Sid st, near 31. Kvery day during July and August n o otoso at r. o'clock. Interesting at every turn here. Seems like Fall in the Carpet Department so energetic has business been. And the Sideboard and Bedroom Suite Departments-are not without their business activity. Still the demand for Summer Things grows on. Who Window "creons for 20 cts. Wire Tour Scroons for DO cts. Hofrigerators for JS V, ater Coolers for S5. Awnings for 12.53, and so on through a countless numler of good things. IAMONDS miarht be called A -Whg-n, lmpnsoucu .sunb earns pfgf they are the m rnnrpiirrLL l u ii of the beautiful in light and color. No mat ter how beautiful the wearer a diamond is always an adornment. C H. DAVISON, Jeweler, llttFSuN.W. Have 3'ou heard of Anti Swear Buttonholes? that's our sort. A postal brings a wagon. TOLMAX STEAM LAUNDRY, 8th and C sis JOSEPH BROS. & CO., 637 Louisiana...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

3 . , . - j - : ; The return of the Wash ington has again enthused the "amateurs," and our athletic goods branch is again bus3T. Lower prices on most everything ! Parker, Bridaet & Go,, 315 7th St. N. W. LEUNOS CROOKED BIDE Ruled Off at the Island For His Work on Inheritance. BAD DAY FOE THE TALENT Key West, t lie Only Favorite to "Win, Came to Tlielr Heicuo in tlie X.at Race Ataman Dumped His Backers and Lost -to Frank Hart and Siva. iZj" Following in the irate of tlie St Asaph tract, the Ibland people bowled over the favorites in great style yesterday. At the present rate, the talent will not last long unless their bank rolls have no limit. Not until the last race did they succeed in setting a favorite home first. Key "West was the one to pull them out of the hole, and be was at such a short price that not many of them could play him to any ex tent. One of the hot favorites to be taken Into camp was tlie great Ataman. Ho has bo easily defeated everything that he met that 1 to ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

THE WASHIKGTOlSr TIDIES, FKIBAT, AffGrTfST 2fr I895t The Washington Times (EVEBT SAT JK THE YEiK.) OWNED AND ISSUED B5T 5?he Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, gOCTJnVEST COKKEB PEXNSTLVAMA AVEXCE AKD Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S. Business Office, 337. Trice, Daily Edition .. - One Cent Sunday Edition Tbrco Cents Bjr the month Thlrty-flvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 2, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer ii favor by promptly reporting any dl-courty of collector., or neg lect of duty on the part of tbe carriers. Complaint 'ltlior b3 mail or In por tion will recelvo prompt attention. Tapern should bo delivered to all parts ot the city by 0:30 o'clock. oacU morn las, Including Suuduy. "The tVtiHhlngtnn Time" is a mom faor of tbe ItooUdulo Co-operatl o So ciety. ' (TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOU. Summer Outings "Will Not lie En Joyed Unless It Goes Alonr. The summer tldo of pleasure and health-seekers lias sot in toward mountains, springs and seashore. JTo pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, ElltDAY, AUGUST 2, 1895. .MjvJBlA1AJlW?BS5rL'r: " LansbureMBro What Satisfaction When going on your trip down the river or to the ocean the one great satis faction next to bathing Is the knowledge that the suit you are bathing in is your own. No one else has had it on. You cer tainly can enjoy your bath better. Let your trip just cost you a little less put that little in a Bathing Suit. You can buy a first-class, all wool Bathing Suit for $2.25, and a better one. with long sleeves, for $3.68. To Own Your Own Bathing Suit. Then we have the Brillantine Bathing Suit and the Serge ones. The Bathing Caps H ose Shoes, also the Com bi nation Shoes and Stock ings. Boys' Swimming Trunks, IOc. XoviMS. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. Every Parlor Suite Below Cost and on Until 9 O'clock To-morrow Night I Pay when you please-t Weekly or monthly no notes no interest. Elegant 5-piece suite upholster- QMA ed in damask......Plw Beautiful 5-piece over-stuffed suite, upholstered In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

THfi -WASHXSTGKCO UttES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1895. ' Tenth List JIltEI DIIISIOI Till TYPOS CAST k HEAVY VOTE i t Now Ready to be Galled for or's Photograph 15th and G Look lor the number on your ticket and call and get your picture, if the number is published here. Don't come until your number is published to save confusion. togra n lO 13 4G 47 GS 83 00 07 103 308 112 11G 12.1 141 140 170 183 180 200 238 254 274. 28G 20 G 320 377 303 408 018 G80 70G 710 701 843 . 001 OlO 025 ' 028 033 034 037 . 047 048 051 005 080 ;f 0S4 088 093 1000 I 1009 1011 1012 " 101-1 1020 1033 " 1030 1002 " 10S0 1108 " 1114 " 1115 . 1122 1130 1141 1145 ' 1149 1155 11G8 1100 1174 1179 ' 1201 " 1213 1228 1245 124G 1249 1250 1250 1259 1200 1204 127G " 12S4 " 1280 1201 1203 1204 1297 1302 3300 3313 " 1321 ' 1323 1328 1331 1334 1335 1341 1345 IT 353 " 1357 1358 13GI 130G 1307 1309 1370 " 1383 1388 1301 1401 1400 1408 1415 1421 1423 1432 1435 1437 " 1441 1444 1447 1451 1452 1453 1455 " 14 SO 1457 1402 14G3 " 14G4 14...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

TELE WASHEaTOltf TJJlis, FJ&IDAY, ATJGHJST 2, 1895. ss Per Word Per I BBTS' Per Word UHS U6IU Word "4 I No advertlsomeiiHess than 10a. No advertisement less thna 10a. No advcrtlsamont loss than 10s. P.... 7 WHDMUBBHMKaiBIHnHginBDnaHII One Cent A r- - No advertisement less then 10a- 0ll8 OOOf Word' I No advertisement less than 20& One Dent & XondvortUomoat loss than 10s. UOO u80f WORD No cdvertlsoment less than 10a. 1 summer resorts. 3V51A.PIL.1S GROVE-HigD locaUon; al ways cool; large la wn; near nits.; abun d nnec or rruit; spring chicken; milk; ice: drives free; terms moderate. EDWIN SHOEMAKER. Pnilomont. Va. nu2-3t "POTOMAC 3AT-A new place op jwsite Wi.kerson's; beautifully loaned forsummer boarding: boating, bathing, fish ing, etc.; table abundantly lurnishcd; tonus low. C: C. WILKERSON, Prop., jj-30-lnio Colonial Beach, Va. JOHNSON HOUSE, Colonial Beach, on "water front; terms reasonable; spe cial rales to parties. Address MRS. G. E. 3 OHNSON. jy2S-7t CAPS St A Y.N....

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 August 1895

8 TfflS "WASHTN-GTO TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1895. " ' na Never Before in the history of' merchandising would a dollar command as much value as it will HBR35 to day. Here are a few items, picked at random, which will give jou a faint idea of what to expect : These odd-suit Pants, all wool, reliable fa brics, stylishly cut, perfect fitting, worth at any time $4, $5, $6 and $7. Choice at $2.25 per pair. All $4 and $3 Linen Duck Trousers now $2. A big lot of Children's Short Pants, 75c. and $1.00 grades, now 25c. and 50c. Golf Caps, imported fabrics, silk lined, neat Scotch mixtures, 50c- each, usually 75c. and $1.00 at exclusive hat stores. A lot of Children's fine Milan Braid Straws, sold everywhere at $4.00, $3.50, and $3.00, only $2. 1 5 each. Golf Stockings, Scotch Plaids, from $1.00 up. We were the first in town to show Golf Hose, and still have the biggest and best line. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AMD F STS. 11 "OEMWAT OUT H iiiilflU V AL unL-U, I Here is news for 3011. Perh...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

(Ire Hon IDitfy 5or (Lljeap as? VOL. 2. iNX. 5(M. TVASHINaTOT, D. C, SATTJK D JMOMMG, AUGUST 3, 1895 EIGHT PAGES. OjOJ CET. . i Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. Twenty T o - tEl Sunbcuj (Etmes - Will to-morrow take on four more pages full of the splendid Local, Special and Literary Fea tures which have made it so deservedly popular. The following are among the best features: Local Features Famous People Who Live Here in Washington. Nearby Reminders of Obstinate Old Braddock. Unique Collection of Old Clocks at the National Museum. British Embassy at Newport. Prof. Palmer's Botanical Finds. New Photographic Transit at Georgetown College. Cosy Nooks and Corners in Washington's Fash ionable Homes. Dealers in Second-hand Books and Their Peculi arities. Romances in the Lives of Capital City Sisters of Charity. Washingto...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

THE WASHrsr&TOK TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1895. u fat ifK!jfiJ! 111 r6 ?0 K Tvl .(2, Sql-s. r and Elovuntu Strnets. Storage "Warehouses d St., noar SL -If 3'ou want a SIDE BOARD there's no time like the present for getting it. Almost the entire SIDE BOARD stock has suffered a price-revising such as few of our departments have seen in years. Every BOARD has had a third to a half chipped off its former fair price and is for" this reason a value worth looking after. Wo shan't continue lone to soil thorn thltf way. It's done only to inafco room fortho big new Kail Mook that's com ing. PECIALsaleof Ladies' Belt Buckles and Waist Sets. I have a large number of these on hand and I do not wish to carry them over. I have, therefore, decided to sell them at the lowest possible price. I have all styles in solid silver and gold, plain or richly chased, and I have marked the prices down to the very lowest notch. No charge for engraving. This is a chance of a life time. C H. DAV1S0T, Jeweler...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., 315 7th St, Thin g-oods liave iiu,) taken a t a fr.tl ii drop. We never carry Suits VucrtPH i :i rsrsnaimr x&jm over from Dne sea son to another Here area few of the cut prices: $5 Mriped Flannel T.onsors, S2.M. fSfctrijied Flannel Coats, I-'.M). tjJOStripod llfinitul Salts, 5. fclB While orpe Suits, A "tt bite Duct Pants for iL r If 3'our "boy didn't grow we'd ad vise buying- a dozen of these Suits. Every Bo3'1s Suit in stock is at half price. All the thin Wash Suits are in cluded. Boys .Boys' Boys' Boys' S2 50 Suite, $3 03 Suits, $4.00 ijults, $.700 Suits, $fi 00 2-uits, IS 03 J-uits, $1.23. S1.50. $2.00. JiW. $3.oa 1.00. 15.00. Boys Boys Boys' flO.00 Suits, The return of the4 -Washing-tons" has again enthus ed the 'ama teurs," and our Base Ball and Athletic Department is again very husy. These g-oods must also be closed out this season. You'll find lower prices on most everj'thing-. Money back for anything- we Bell that isn't satisfactorj-! Parker, ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

tfHE TVASHXNGTOlSr 'jl'TM, SATUHDAT, AJJGUST 3, 1805. TheWashingtonTimes (EvEur pat in Tire Yxus.) OWNED AND ISSUED DT The Washington Times Company, TIMES BCILDISO. Eocimvxsr CoiiNsn Tkxssy vasia avenue and TENTH STStEET. Tolopbone Editorial Rooms, 1 Business Ofllco, iiXT. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho in:h Thirty-lire Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 3, 1893. Subscribers to "Tlie Times" will confer a favor by promptly report Ins nny di-courtcy of collectors, or neg-Icct-of duty on the part of tlie carrier. C,inp!nt:iis ejtber by mail or in per koii will receive prompt attention. Pa pern sbonlrt bedellvered to all parts of the city by H:30 o'clock eaeb morn 1ns, Including Sunday. "The Washington Times" is a mem ber of the ltochdalo Co-oporatlvo So ciety. TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOU. Bummer- Outlnjr Will "Not Ho En joyed Unless It Ooes A lous;. The summer tido of pleasure and lienltb-soekers bus set In toward mountains, springs and seashore. So plans fo...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

THE WASHINGTON ' TIMES, SATURDAY, ATTCHIST 3, 1695. ansMrgli & Bro mm Iii;isJs Palace, King's. Palace. j VK C1r1 APRON DAY. This Shall Be a Memorable With that pur pose in view we have marked one Lot of Gingham Aprons Full size, well made, good wasli a b 1 c Gingham only used. Guar anteed so. Special price for Apron Da', lie. lie For Gingham Aprons. 15c. Will buy a White Linen Apron, full size,of goodwhite Linen that will neither crack nor turn j-ellow, with a good size hem. A splendid house Apron. Twent' five cents is the regular price. For Apron Day, Only 1 5c. 15c For Large Size White Aprons. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. fssyNyN SsfSSs Every Parlor Suite Below Cost and on Until 9 O'clock To-night! Pay when you please Weekly or monthly no notes no interest. Elegant 5-p!ece suite upholster- CT'! A ed in damask 4MV Beautiful 5-plece over -stuffed suite, upholstered in Da-C"t r. frfl mask-now lf.LJU These are but two suites out of a wlio'e floor full. '9i Mammoth Credit House 819-8...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

THE "WASHiyGTOy TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1S9. Tenth. List HEW PROOFS MR. PUGH POSHING AHEAD Of Dr. Walker's Ability as a Curer of Chronic Diseases Continually Come to Light. Only a Few Have Been Published, Hun dreds on File, Fitting Up the New Quarters of the Y, M. 0, A. Very Handsomely. Photographs o Library Not to He Provldocl for Until tbo Association Has Again u Homo of Its Own, w Called for or s grap 15th and G Streets. Look for the number on your ticket and call and get your picture, if the number is published here. Don't come until 3'our number is published to save confusion. 9 - TO 13 4G 47 08 8a 00 1)7 102 10S 112 110 125 1-11 1-10 3 70 183 180 200 238 254 .' 274 280 200 320 ". 377 303 408 018 - 080 700 710 701 - 843 0t OlO 025 " 028 033 034 037 Z 04 7 018 051 005 - 08 084 088 003 lOOO 1000 1(111 I()12 1014 1020 1033 1030 1002 1080 1108 1114 1115 1122 3 THO 1141 1145 1140 1155 1108 1100 1174 1170 1204 1213 1228 1245 124 0 1249 1250 3250 1250 1200 1204 1270 1281 1280 1201 ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

THE "WASHING TO!N TIMES,; SATURDAT, AUGUST 3, 1895. Ons Dent & No ndvertisoinont less than 1 Oo. Per Word OllO GOnf Word No advertisement loss than IOa No advertisement less than 10a- No advertisement Ipss than lOo enn Pftnf Per 110 oil! Word One Gen! A No advertisement less than 10a m mill Word Noodcrtisemcnt less than 10s. ISO bUill WORD No advertisement less than 10. SUMMER RESORTS. WRITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD, NEWVILLK, PA. One o! the most delightful pleusuro and health resorts in America, itngniflcont ilOl N TAIN SURROUNDINGS 2,0J0 FEET ELEC TION DRY ATMOSPHERE, TINE GROVES, HOT SLLPHUU BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI SINE, FISHING, BOATING, DRIVING, SHOOTING, MLLIAHDS, TENNIS, GOLF, ill MC. etc For Illustrated Pnmphlot address GEORGE A. FREYER, Owner. MAPLE GROVE High location, al wa yhc-ool, large lawn; near mts., abund ance f lruit, bprmg chicken; tnilk, ice, drives free, terms modeiatc. EDWIN SHOEMAKER. Philomont, Ya au2-3t POTOMAC BAY A new place op posite "...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 3 August 1895

s THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1895. Another Lot of $6, $5 and $4 Pants from regular stock have been put in with those from broken suits which we are selling so rapidly at $2.25 per pair. If you can use another pair or two and can be suited from this lot you will get them at HALF or LESS than HALF of their REAL VALUE. White Duck Pants that have been $4 and $3, now only $2. All $2 and $1.50 ones now 51. Buy 3rour next pair of Shoes HERE and realize what it means to have STYLISH and COM FORTABLE footwear. R0BINS01UHERY & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, bhoua KANN, SONS & CO 8th and Market Space. Great Stock-taking Sale Surging crozvds zvilhin the door Smarming all the building' o'er Buying everything in sight Till tlie shifting of daylight. Crozvd number one made great inroads into our stock; crowd number huo was still greater. And as to crowd number three well, we expect still greater things of it when such an incentive as this list is shoved at ''cm. IPs no won der y...

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