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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 August 1895

(Eimes Clre you TDiify 5or (f?eap as? vol. 2. :sro. 511. WASHINGcTOST, D. 0., SATURDAY MOBNESTGr, AUG-TJST 10, 1895. EIGtfET PAGES. OE GENT. 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. UYTH VENBNG TAMES TOD AY-ALL THE N be H ERE IS A FEAST! AT ON Dainty, Robust, nating. Well ing, Popular, Precious and Worth Preserving Grate ful to the Bye and Mind Alike, hat Is It? :: THE The SUNDAY Times, as it is known to more thou sands of readers than ever read a Washington paper before. 20 Pages. 140 Columns. Big Figures IV. BIG, INDEED, COMPARED WITH THE PRICE, 3 Gents Per Copyl But what is the use of talking? The simple catalogue of "features" speaks for itself. Local Features. Gypsies' Camp in the Suburbs. Local Race Track Slang. Tricks of Capital City Shoplifters. Soft Snaps in Clerkships at the Capitol, Bygone Prize Fights in the Di...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 August 1895

THE TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895. ITS Unn a '.2 fiiigaQM3 T and Eleventh Streets. Etorngo Wnrohousos &M sl, ucarM. s Riaenn "IMmUAL" WHEEL and ho happy. No wheel is better than It lew half as good. When an opportunity conies j'our way if it's worth your having, grasp it! And so we say take advan tage of our"' Half-Yearly Carpet Clearance Sale be fore it's too late. Many have bought many more are going to buy and yet many will wait till it's too late, and then be dis appointed. Wo vrlll store all purchasos froo of cbargo until Soptember L Solitaire diamond rings have always been the most popular style of ring sold a single diamond in a fine setting shows off to good ad vantage. Surely there is no more beautiful inanimate object than a diamond. See how it rivals the sun with its flash ing rays and even makes sport of the light, telling us its secret, as it flashes before our eyes all the glorious hues of the rainbow. Don't forget that I have made a bisj reduction on all in- so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 August 1895

THE TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 3895. That Sport ing Depart ment is on the third floor and contains a stock of athletic goods and fixings such as v o u ' 1 1 find nowhere else. Instead of asking regular prices we have reduced everything in stock-to close up a most suc cessful season. Everything of any sort, that an athlete needs. 315 7th St. PRINTERS FIELDED POORLY But for That They Could Have Easily Beaten the Y. M. 0. A. Short, as Usual, Also of Two Good Men mid Had to Put In Itnw .Recruits. If the Government Printing Office ag gregation Lad fielded as -well as they hit the ball In yesterday's game with the Y. M. C. A.'s at Capitol Park they could easily have carried off the victory lu a gallop, but as it -wu6 their ten miserable errors, each of -which was responsible for a run, lost them the gamo to Mauager Marshall's people. The Y.M.C.A.teamhadsevcral additions sine.' its Jaet apjiearauco. "Mont" HarriB covered first bate and Lougbran looked after tbingsatt-aort, while JimHendle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 August 1895

THE TIMES, SATURDAY, AUG-UST 30, 1895. UY THE EVENING TOMES. ALL THE NEW T Ih any case of irregular delivery of The Times please send. Postal Card to this office. -JOJttG:- EXCTTKSIOJT. BEAUTIFUL SAKS & COMPANY . ""' rz 5 F7 TheWashinatonTimes (Mor.MNO, EVENING, AND SUNDAY.) OWNCD AND ISSUED BIT The Washington Times Company, TOMES BCILDINO. ecutowest cohxbk pennsylvania avenue and Tenth Street. TelophonoEdltorlalRooms. HI BuBlnrs3 0mco,3?u Tr cc Moraine or Evening Editlon...One Cent. Suudsy Edition .Throe Cents. Uontuly by Carrier Heroine and Sunday Thirty-five Conta. Evening .Thirty Cents. Homing, 1 Evening nud J-. Fifty CENTS. Sunday, j WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 10, 1B05. Snbscrllisrs to "The Times" will eoiifor u favor "by promptly report lim any dit-oourtcuy ot collectors, or neg lect of diity on t be iart of tlie carrier. Complaint. 4'ltlier toy mall or In por eun will receive protupt attention. The ilornliur Edition nlwuld toe de livered to all parts ot tlie city toy IttlO ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 August 1895

THE TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895. o :.f I LaRsknnri& It's Inexplainable, But True It does seem strange that these commodities are so much more bought on Saturdays than any other day. It seems the need be comes more appa rent we infer so from the qualities generally sold on Saturday. j Hero are sjiooial prices to-morrow: Hosiery. HDIES' FIXE WHITE COTTON UOSK, HICUKLinUKlH OH 11AIN. 25c LADIKV KIKE LISLE HOSE. RUSSET SHAVES, FANCY DROP STITCH OK PLAIN 35c. 8 PAIRS FOR 51.1)0 LADIES' SILK-1'LATKU HOSE IN WHITE, CREAM. RUSSET AND IIERHSDORF 1ILACK 59c i'AIR 1 1 Muslin Underwear. Ladies' Fine Muslin Drawers, finished with a cambric runlo, cluster of tucks above yoke bands, full width.... 35c Ladlos' Flue Cambric Corset Covers, yoke of flno Hamburg, edged arouud neck and sloevei to match, all 6lzs, SPECIAL, Mc. I-adio Muslin Gowns, mtdo of very fluo muslin, with fine tucked yoke, cam bric ruffle around the seek and sleeves, full width. SPECIAL, 00c. . 'Gloves. LndieH'4-lmUou Glac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 August 1895

THE TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895. 6 ANCIENT CORONER'S LAW OYS RUN TROLLEY CAR THREATS USED ON BOWLER Y & COMPANY, la M Tbero'a a wisdom In buying out ol season, that many a wlso housekeeper lias learned to her profit. ..... "What a lot of Carpeting- will "be done this Fall-! Did it ever strike 'ou that if you buy then, 3'ou will have to par very much higher prices for the New Pat terns, whilst carpets just as handsome can be bought now at very low prices, indeed. Really, unless 3'ou are ultra particular, what matters it if the carpet is not the very latest out for -styles change slowly in car pets they must, for carpets are not bought every 3Tear. WASH. B. WILLIAMS. 7th and D Sts. TO IVTNCH A WOUNDED MAN. Virginia Justice ns Expounded in n Telesrnin from llerryville. A suppwjtivc indication of ttie promptness of one form of Virginia Justice "was fur iwsJied in a message delivered yesterday to Frank TJlford, a lumber dealer of this city, from Uerryville, Clark county, that St...

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

TELtf TIMES. SATURDAY, AUG-UST 10, 1895. - T- 000 umll Word No advertisement less than 10). One Cent No advertisement less than 10a. One Cent & Noadcrtlscraent Ics3 than JO Per Word Per word PE3 Word No advertisement less than 10a. No cdvertisement leas than 10a. No advertisement less than 10: Noadvortlismaat less than. 10a. SUMMER RESORTS. T0SBi?l white scLrnun springs, CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD, NEU'VILLK, PA. Ono of the most delightful pleasuro and health resorts la America, Jlngnifleont ilOUN TA1N SURROUNDINGS. SflJO FEET ELEVA TION. DRY ATMOSPHERE. PINE GUOVES, DOT SULPHUR BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI SINE, FISHING. BOATING. DRIVING, SHOOTING, BILLIARDS, TENNIS, GOLF, MUMC, otc rorllluKtratad Pamphlet address GEORGE A. FREYER, Owner. A FEW summer lionrders can lw ac commodated for lialancu of summer at reasonable ratej. AddrebS MRS. G. W. KICHOI.L.S, Boyd's, Md , B. & O. nu9-3t SUMMER boarders at Raleign-on-the-l'otomec; superb accommodations S. L RALEIGH. Ridge, Md. au6-7t JO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 August 1895

THE TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895. WithT T-lie quality keeping pace with the mercury in the thermometer and the prices way down near the zero mark it is not surprisins that we are busy, even in this usually dull month of Au gust. Perhaps some of these items may interest you. Odd Trousers from broken suits and some S6, $5 and $4 from regular stock at $2.25 per pair. All Tennis and Outing Coats and Pants one-iM off usual prices. All S4 and S3 duck pants now J2 an( the $2 au(i $1.50 ones now $, a saving toyouof one-half or one-third- Negligee Shirts at 50G, 7BCi $1 and UP tliat are really worth nearly double this price, and so on all through the stock. Every thing that's proper and sea sonable at much less than its real worth. ,n - t, 0. (CLOTHES. 12th and F Sts. "ats. shoes. See that Price? Those are the three manic figures that Keep us busy wrapping up Summer Suits when every one else Is Idle. Your size Is here, and you can buy It to-day for $4.98 Sack Suits single and double-brea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has . later news, elves fuller -accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than anyother evening newspaper published In Washington. VOL. 2. ISO. 512. Telegraphic News Supplied toy 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. WASHINGTON AND 2d and Florida Ave. N. E. MONEY SAVERS Don't Miss It. The ' 'Oldest Inhabitant" cannot remember when flour, feed and coal were so cheap. BARGAINS FOR MONDAY, August 1:3, For cash, at Elevator; cart age extra: for a barrel of "Uncle Sam," "The Best of Them All," "Without an Equal." A high grade of flour that pleases every one. a bushel for old Mixed Oats. for Shelled Corn. for Family Meal. a bushel for Yellow feed Meal. per hundred for bran. per ton for Cumber land Coal. per ton for free-burn-i ins: White Ash Coal. HAY 70 cents and upward. B SsPB FStWll wtfvis 2d and Florida Ave. N. E. Phone 32S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

2 THE TIMES; SUr-BKX; -AUGHTST IT, 1895. fMOSEfl Sgs Fnud KlavbutH Streets. Storage-Warehouses 22d st. uoarlL Imperial Bicycles. The "go-llghtlr" sort. Embodies the cleverest of up-to-dato bicycle ide&s "The whoel of wheeleL" Wo'ro tho District agonts and wo stake our rojmtaticn that no finer bicycles aro made. Como In and motto us prove it. Catalogue for the asking. SIDEBOARD selling extraordinary! Think ot gat ing Sideboards at a third to a half off! Yet there are sound logical reasons for this step. One of our strongest motives new fall stock is ar riving and room for their dis playing is wanted. To the tune of such prices as we mentionbelow a quick exit is looked for them. Oak Sideboards. Value. Now. Solid Oak Sideboard SIS 00 $10 'M 6oMd Oak Sideboard IS 0 11 ."0 Solid Oak Sideboard 18 50 12 CO Solid Oak sideboard 21 00 13 75 Solid OuUtiidoboard 2.2 00 11 40 Solid Oak hMlebnard 30 00 20 00 SoMd 0k btttboard... .. 82 00 21 00 Solid Oak Sideboard : 00 21 SO Srtid Oak Sideboar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

V THE TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1895. 'Hi find this Sporting niost com- r plete, even s though it is out a ue partment of this big There's an charge, too, how to make clothing store, "old head" in and he knows low. prices. 315 7th St. There Are Other Cigars But None Like Ask your dealer for Spear Head 5c straight. For sale by NORTHWEST. W. H. Maxwell. 404 5tli. st. A. Lazari, 247 N, J. ave. C. Gurliani, 113 Pa ave. P. Gurliani, 37 C st. Putman & Harper, 12th and Fia. ave. Hile & Gordon, 419 9th st SOUTHWEST. Thos. R. Beavers, 917 4j4 st G. M. Clark, 319 44 st. 15. A. Roache, 43S 7th st. S. N. Rhine, 92S 7lh st P. C. Murray, 4S3 K st "W. M. Gray, SOS 44 st G. W. Tappomier, 1107 $4. NORTHEAST. Louis Schench, Sth st and Md. ave. SOUTHEAST. Jarboe, 12 th and S. Car. ave. Arnold & Nelson, 1323 11th Btreet. Mrs. Ewin, 3d and D sts. C. E. Lusby, 11th and D. GHAS. S.WJLUS & CO., Sole Agents, 319 Penna. Ave, N. W. -Be sure and have all the things you'll need before starting o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES SOTDAY,, AUGUST JUU-.189IL 4; OVE 00 C0LU.M11F TS A MONT S FOR SO CEEN H THE TIMES! TheWashinnton Times (MORKIKO, EVENINU, AND SCNDJLT.) CWNKD AND ISSUED Ul The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING. EOCTUWEST COKXKR 1KNXSYI.VANIA AVENUE AND Tenth SntEEt Telophono Editorial Rooms, 13 J. Business Office, 337. Free Morning or Evening Edition. .,Ono Cent. Suudy Edition Three Cents. llontlily by Cnrrior 3!oniJng and Sunday.; Tmrty-nve Cents. Ereninp Tnlrty Cents. Morning. ,. Evoiiiiisand- Eutv Cknts. tunday, J WASHINGTON, D. C., AUGUST 11, 1895. - Sut-c-norjj to "The Time" will co:if-r u iavor by promptly report Injj uny dliuMirU"jy of collector, or iiejj lecaof duty oiitliepartortlioewrrlerw. Coi.iplnliit- fit her by mail or fit por woa will recHlvo prompt Htiontlon. The Moriiliur Kdltlon t-lwuld bo de Uvereii t4i sill parts of the city "by 0'JO n'ciorli a. ju., Including Smidny. Tho i .nt 2 Edition liould be In this liimdH .or subscribers not lutsr t bun 5:30 p. in. Tlio ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES, SUKDkY, ATTG-TJST 11, 1895. 5 LansburEli & Bra. The Root of All Evil Is stock left over from one season to the other. -You don t catch us napping that way. When the sea son is on the wane we make short work of our stock. Let It bring what it may, but we don't hold on to it, and love it. Our love grows cold at the end of the season, and merchan dise and we part. This separation means a loss of money, but it also means that we can begin the next season with a clean stock. Horo aro the dividing linos: Misses' Blouse Waists, S, 10 and 12 j-ears, made of figured In dia Lawn; Reduced to 9c. 139 Ladies' Laira Waists, sizes 32 to 42. Prices were S1.S9, S1.6S, $1.4S, $1.25 and 9Sc. Reduced to 38c: 148 Ladies' Figured Lawn and Percale Waists, laundered collars and cuffs, the larg-est sleeve to be had. Sizes 32 to 42. Prices were $1.23, 9Sc, andS9c Reduced to 59c. 76 Boys' White Flan nel Blouse Waists. Sizes 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 3-ears. Prices were $1.25 and $1.50. Reduced to 57c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

"& THE TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1895. Let's talk economy to-i'ay on thl " " question of Tall Carpotlnp. Thoro'a money to bo saved if you will loam hoir. It's almost disinterested ad vice when we suggest that you come now and look over our Car pet Stock before the new Fall Goods come in with their neces sarity higher prices. If you see a pattern you like you need not have it laid now, for we will keep it for -ou until later. There's common sense in car pet buying now, and much less strain on the bank account than later besides styles do not change so radically as 3'ou might carpets are intended to last mairy years, and quiet patterns are always safe to bu WASH. B. WILLIAMS. 7th and D Sts. Carpets end Furniture. Wo have receivod 130 moro Fine Suits to lio placod on salo at ouce. Those aro a furtlioi lot purchased by our Jlr. Garner on his trip, and aro in addition to tbo first 103 Suits already announced and part sold. !4 fls tho price oi them all no matter what they -wore made t...

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

THE TJMES, . SUNDAY,. AUGUST II, 1896. o -Popularity!; Has just begun, although the COLUM BIA BICYCLE has alurays been, and is to-day, first among good bicycles. -TfeVe ready now os'elr 'SBT3M--lAS for weeks past we' ve been afraid to advertise them for we couldn't-begin to supply the demand, r rf" s Easy onosgh to loam to riclo. 3 half hours ought io be sufHcte&l The cos: of tuition Is nominal froo , 70s liuy & "Columbia or a "liar tford" either ' ' 111 3K W KHaT E 0 ra CYCLE CO., "Columbia" and "Hartford" Agents. 452 Penna, Ave. mWIIIJ. Il.l. ILUUIJM IU..TT-BJJtU.-UJU'J i .,1,- - ii i-..i- .... un. -.. ij. 1 .r . fUCEOFTHEBICTCU Revolution in Toggery Resulting From Use of the Frisky Bike. SEOEETS OF THE RENTERS How They Are Itemed, flow They Aro Abused, the People "Who Ileiit Them, the Girls Who Put On Jlloomorn In the Shop, and a X-lttle Weddiiis. "Where arc you going, niy pretty maid? A-wbcoHng, sir, she f aid. May I go -with you, my pretty maid? Certainly, Mr, the taid....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

ITU 1i.i-, 'i CORBETT AND FITZ FIGHT flBWBBHHBBHBBHBfWH IF YOU A TIDAL WAVE Former Tried to Pull the Latter' s Nose and Blows Followed, THE TEMES, BD3ST30AT, .A-trcnTST 11, 1893. Are going out of town for a few weeks there are several things you will probably need a Blue Serge Coat they are here at $4, $b $6. and $7 a11 sizes in both double and single breasted. Duck Trousers are now only $2 for those which were $4, $3 and $ for the $2 and $1.50 ones. All Tennis and Outing Coats and Pants are One-third less than usual prices. By all means take along a Light Overcoat. We'll supply it if you haven't one. A good one, at midsummer prices, too. Robinson, Chery & Co I2TH ANB F STS. b 15 rjy "Removal a. PjjJ Reductions." pf g There's No Half-Way 1 ' ' J W&M about this "Removal Sale" of . ours. "We iliii about this "Removal Sale" of, ours. We don't propose to let a matter of money stand in the wa of our clearing out every dollar's worth of stock on hand before it's time to move into ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMESp ages 9 to 20 -WASHEtfGKTO, D. C, SUNDAY MORNJZSra, ATTG-UST II, 1895. LAST WEEK Of Our Great MIDSUMMER Closin-out Sale. Onfy six more days this season during- which we shall offer every pair of our Low or Hih Cub Black. Tan or White Shoes and Slippers AT A REDUCED PRICE This has been one of our most successful "Clearing-out Sales." People evidently are realizing- that on account of the well-known advance they will have to pay much more for shoes this fall, and in consequence many are laying- in their fall supplies during- this sale. Don't Miss the Chance to Buy. Jt 69c. Following SI values: Ladies' Black, or Tan durable Ties and Slippers. Ml6sos Kid Sandals, with bows. Child's Tan, Black or White Sandals and Shoes. Jt 95c. Following S1-5C values: Boys' and Youths' Tan Goat low Cut Ties. illssos' and Children's Splendid Tan Lace or Button. Ladies' White Canvas, Black or Tan Ties. Ladles' White or Black Kid and Pat ent Leather Sandals. Wffi 930 and 1914 an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TOlESrBUbAXr AtTG-UST 11, 1895. 10 S. Kann? Sons & Co.? 8th and Market Space. Our Great Stock-taking oaie is like a pin-wheel, which, turning rapidly, displays new wonders at each revo lution Our Great Stock taking Sale has disclosed new offers every day each more tempting than the last and shall end as does the pin-wheel in a final burst of glory, which shall scatter bargains broadcast over the city. Trunks and Satchels IfO AW gator Finished Hand Bag, vory useful and durable Worth 75c. Stock-taking Price, 39c. 100 Canvas Telescopes, leather corners, with (trapnua handles included, worth G9c. Stock-taking Price, 45c Grain Leather GladPtono Bags. "Assorted 'fixes and styles. Worth from $2.25 to ft Stock-taking Price, $1.75. Packing Trunfcs, Imitation Leather, covered, iron bound edge, with locfc and koy. block-Taking Price, 28 in. 51.05 S21n. $1.29 SO In. TPc. $1.U9 $1.93 Crystal Covered Barrol Top Trunk, covered, With hat box and tray, and Hat luck. Mock-Taking Price, tSln. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES, SUNDAY, AUQUST ll, 1895v 11 1 METS FLOIEBS Mrs. Cleveland Prefers the Mod est Little Pansy. CHOIOE OF CABINET LADIES Mrs. IJiShell Loves IIjo Kose MrH. Smith Admires ilieBloonis ottlio South aiWsUerbort'rMasiiolla Fad. Mr-H. Brlco Favors tho American Beauty Costly Decorations. "Pansy for roniembrance." "Who will not remember the lady ot the "White House -when fcpeaking other favorite flower! Taken from her home in a quiet country town, and elevated to her proud po BiUon ot first lady ot the land, the girlish wife of the President ot the United States has -won the admiration of the whole -world by her quiet dignity, "which has preserved Intact the sacredncis of her home. The pansy, Mrs. Cleveland's favorite flower, has seemed emblematic of herself. Beautiful in its varied charms, yet so lowly and seeming to shrink from the vulgarity of publicity. Mrs Cleveland has chosen well her favor ite flower It Is quiet, unobtrusive, flour ishes best in sheltered places, and needs lov...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES, JSQJJWQAy UGjj?T H, 1895. 12 HADN'T TIME Layover Say, Rust, what was de Restover Well, de doctor, tol' me Tbe Comliis Wonuiu. "An, ha!" Adam smiled significantly. "Thls morning wo had morning. At 12 m. we Tiad noon. What Is bound to come &t the close of tbe sixth, day?" He gazed at the Betting sun. "Why, Eve, of course." The feoling stole o'er him that one of his ribs might bo a sparo-rib. New York World. TH12 HORSE'S EltltOR. 1 Cab Driver: "lie's running away! Help! Help! Help!" 2 Help!! Help!! SARSAPARILLA niPF; THAT iRFn FrriiMr? . 8 florce: "Well, I'll declare, after all that trouble to find this word Is "tired" Instead of "hired." When Bloomers Are A How able, fler bloomers filled the public eye Asd put folks in the best of humors. This Is the simple reason why; because, you see. she filled the Woomc Indianapolis Journal. Miscalculation. Be held a Jatch-key in his hand And musically swore. Alas! his Jaglet did not know It was the cellar door. Brooklyn Life Over t...

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