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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 August 1895

r-iE BVBNfcN'CJ TIMES has later nawt, civet fuller &Mtints, has mere leeat news. Is more up-to-dato than any other evenlnc newspaper published In Washington. I 3 mmmmmm f WlaeMtHittMt sy mv oeniS:A.mftt UMi lngyBrven$nffa J VOL. 2. 2TO. 517. WASHrNGrTO, D. C, PBIDAX MQRNrSTGr, ATJUST 16, 1895 EIGHT PAGES. OTZB GWST. Telegraphic News Supplied by tlie 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 VEN1NGTJ TO-OAY-ALLTHEINI K mes Wttt EWS FOR H CE1NT TORY PLiHiim But Prime Minister Salisbury Is Wary on Home Rule. DEFINITE FOREIGN POLICY Cliltrnl Will .Not Bo Abandoned nnd t ho Government WillSee That China Keeps Hor Promises an to the Pro tect lou of Eiillhhiiien Shurp Words to the Sultan. Louden, Aug. 15. In the course of his remarks on the Queen's speech Id the House of Lords this afternoon, Lord Ruscbery cald that the government would be forced In tim...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 August 1895

THE MORiNTKGr TIMES, FBIDAY, AUGUST 3fi, 1S95. F ami Eleventh Streets. Storage Wotehouses 2M st, near M. THE" GREAT nALF-YEARLY CAR. PET C UEAKAKC& SALE, which has brought prioes down. ouo-UUrd to ouc half, mds Saturday night Wetoro Xuiehases"'fioo"uuUlSo,itoinlor 1. . W a t e r Coolers, Water Filters, Refrig erator s, Ice Chests these are four of our lu-ost popular summer spec ialties. And we're proud of our stocli" of them. Witfer-CoolorB, $?. and more. Wa4r Filters, S-2.60 ana moia Joe OtHwlH, Si nu inro. JitsUigetntecs, $5 00 and mere. In each case a perfect variety, including ever' de sirable style. I -want to Do tho Jeweler wJm linrt comes into your iHind. charming and inexpensive little present is a silver plate with the owner's name engraved on it, such as I sell for bic-cles. It has the advantage of being an impersonal present that any lady or gentleman can give to a friend without attract ing comment. So many similar wheels are being used now that it not infrequently o...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 August 1895

THE MOJENING- TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1895. AD TH VENDN OF- IN T Q TIMES FOR SPORTING QOSS Parker, Bridget & Co., 8157th St. The w a y you men came for those $12 and $10 Suits for $5! Don't IS know which lot went the fastest. One is about as good as the other. Lot 8062 consists of Oxford Mixed Tweed Suits. Lot 8059 consists of Brown Mixed Tweed Suits. Lot S086 consists of Brown Cheviot Suits. Doubt whether thoj-Tv'Jl last tho bal ance of the ek. All or tticm are oa a separate table near the trout door. Dou't able us to muke alterations for yie roally can't r.Qord It. Yon will nnl yonr right size, for thore aro all bizes in the lot. 55 the suit Parker, Bridget & Co., 315 7th St. THEY SEEM INVINCIBLE Plate Printers Again Wrest a Game Prom the Commissioners. DlMrlct Mon Played an Unusually Good Game, Imt the Bureau' Luck "Was Auulnist Them. It certainly looks as though Uic Bureau team oaanot le defeated. In yesterday's Departmental Leagne game at National Turk, wkh this crack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 August 1895

THE HOKNTNG TIMES, 3TBIDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1895. TH OVE OLUMN MONTH 4 S FOR SO CENTS A TheWashinatonTimes (MORSINO, EVENISd, AND SCXDA.T.) OWNED AND ISSUED Hi' The Washington Times Company. TIMBS J101LTUKO. EOCTUWEST COBWEB PEfKBT. YAJMA. AVEXUE XJJD TJHiTU SrUBEt Tolopnone Editorial Rooms, 111 Business Ofilvo, Jf. rr'ce Marring or Evening Kdltloa...One Cet. Sil..y Edition Three Corns. Monthly by Carrier lioniinc and Sunday Tblrjy-8ve Oants. Evening....! Thirty Cents. Morning. 1 Eveuiuganal- FlHT CEKJS. fciuday, J "WASHINGTON, D. a, AUGUST 1G, 1693. SulincrllierK to "Tlio Times" will confer a favor ly promptly reporting any discourtesy of collectors, or neg lect of duty on the part of carrion. Complaint either by niuil or In per son will receive prompt intention. The inorulns; Edition nhould be de livered to nil parts of tlio olty hy :.'J0 o'eloen a. in.. Including Sunday. Tlio euiiis Edition Kbould be in tbe bauds of Subscribers not lutor tban 5:30 p. in. "Tbe AVavbinuton Times" is a m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 August 1895

THE MORSTNGr TIMES, FRIDAY, ATJGMJST 16, 1895. B ! L Q n I i J The Whiffing Up Of a Season Means much. It means v "Bargains" all over the v store, wherever there is v a broken lot the prices T are broken. ? $ rna. if Y f 25c. Metal Buckles, ? lie. One lot 50c. Summer Corsets, ? 39c. A All of our J Ladies and children's J 25c. Silk Mits I Now 19c. f Ladies' Gingham Aprons, lief All 45 and 40c. Extracts, We furnish the vial, n 25c. oz. t One lot f Children's 25c. Mull f Capes, 9c. ? B One lot Ladies' muslin Drawers, yoke Bands. f Worth 49c. 9 f 25c. f f 420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St. 9 To-day and To-morrow. Hurry! "We arc offering- every yard of Carpet, every j-ard of Matting-, and every Art Square and Rug Below Cost and on Credit. All Carpet made and laid absolutely free of cost no charge for waste in match ing figures. All Matting cut and tacked down free of cost. i',500 yards all-v.ool Ingrain Carpet Cfi worth 70c Now M-uU 1,500 yards heavy 1'iiiou Ingrain Car- 0"Ji. pet, worth Jlta. ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 August 1895

TRE MOKLSTCNG- TOIES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1895. Our prlcos wore never lowor than they are now, nor bargains more numerous. If you are going away don't forget to -take a stock of camp stools and hammocks with Tou. Life viewed from a comfortable hammock looks much brighter than from the hard ground. We have all sorts of light furniture for summer cottages. This is the best time of the year to renew the furniture in your house or perhaps 3rour car pets are beginning to look shabby we have some beautiful plush and tapestry carpets at extremely low prices. You may not bollovo It, but buy ing carpets now Is frequently liUe finding dollars- WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Sts. Carpots and Furniture. RECORD OP THE COURTS. Circuit Court No. 1, Justice Cole Emmons th. D. C; judgment in certiorari. Same and others vs. same; same decree. Proctor ts. same; same decree. Myers vs. same; fianie decree. Brenkley vs. same; Mine de cree. Myer and otliers vs. same; same de cree. Noouau vs. same; same decre...

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

THE MOBBING- TIMES, FRIDAY, AtfGrTJST 16, 1S95. 008 000f Word o advertisement less than 10a- 0n pRtii Per 00 b'M Word No advertisement less than JOs- Per Word Per Word Per rm uum word No advertisement less than 10a. No advertisement loss than 10a No cdtcrtlscmcnt less than 10s- Ana 'Pant One Gent A No advertisement les3 than 10s. One Gent A Noadvortisomont l03i than lOo. t No; SUMMEE ItESOBTS. PLEASANT Trout rooms, with ood lKard,al ivasonublerates. Apply MRS. 310KALIEB KELDEN, Virginia Biach,Va. S-lden cottage ) aul0eod-7t JOKKSOISHODSE. Colonial Beach, 4iu arr ifom, H-rmtj renMtnatle. sjte cul rate to parties. Address Mrs. G. E. JoIIN'PON. aull-7-t POTOMAC BAIT A ner p.uee op posite Wukertou'b; beautifully located f or summer boarding, boating, bathiug.fifcli Jug, etc ; tab o abuiidanil furnished; terms low C C WILKERSON, Prop . Jj30-lmo Colonial Beach, Ta. WOODLAWN. RwVville, Md ; -with all modern conveniences, lighted with fas. bains, cr ; large rooms -and shaded lawns, terrae m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 August 1895

the jftoiwsrrsra times, ebiday, aug-ttst i6, 1895. GREAT Opportunities for economi cal .buying - HpKB) now. Everything in the store is marked "at money-saving prices. - The entire stock of Tennis and Outing garments ONE THIRD OFF of regular prices. $2 for all duclc trousers that were $3 and $4, and $ 1 for those that were $2 and $1.50. All Negligee Shirts at $3 $2.50, $2.25, and $2, are now only $1.50. And the $1.75, $1.50, $1.25, and $1 ones only 75c. There's extra good value n that lot of 75c. and 50c. Neckwear at 25c, You'll never be troubled with corns if you buy your Shoes HERE, for we'll fit you correctly, give you good, reliable Shoes, and save you monejT, too. TrT us and see. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO., I2tii and F Sts. SS: 514 Ninth St. N. W. Money Savers. Beautiful "White India Linen "Wrapper, -worth $2. Ours Friday, 49c Best quality Black and Brown Satteen Skirts, rulfle around the bottom. Actual value 9Sc. Ours Friday, 49c Ladies'.Ready-made Outing- Skirts, -worth. 50c Ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, gives fuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evening: newspaper published In Washington. SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news of the world and all Washington happenings for fifty cents a month. Thlslncludes Morn ing, Evening, ancltheSundayEdltlon. "VOL. 2. NO. 51S. WASLTDSTGrTOoS", D. C, SATURDAY MOROTltfGr, AUGUST 17, 1895. JEIGrHT PAGKES. OXJE GENT. Telegraphic News Supplied Tby the Exclusive Service of tlie United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents- e than twice what other local newspapers have. BUY THE EVENING T TO-DAY-MJLTHE NEW ENT EARNING THEIR BREAD CONSUL MAX JUDD REMOYED :eh ousted mes The. Sunday Times Will Teem With a Budget of Bright- Local Features. It alvrays does. It is the best newspaper for Washingtoniaiis ever published, but it will be "better than the best' TO-MORROW AUGUST 18 The following will be only a few of the good things in the loc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

THE MOH3STIa .TIMES, 3ATUUDAT, AUGUST 17w 1896. H5ES $!&&x r aud Eleventh Streets. Storage Warehouses M st, near"AL -Representative of the exlraordiiiar'- values prevail- J mg- during our Jtiau-yeariy Carpet Clearance Sale (which ends the coming Sat urday' night), are these: Bordered Carpets. Wo have several hundred made up dur ing the summer lromourroinnantb.which tto oflurjit about one-half vliat it nould cost joTpMke them from our regular stock. It is important that you bring iho alzs of yeur roems when you como to look nt taem. Theso few sample values give you an idea of now much you can save. AXAHNSTEltS SWF. l'KICE NOW. :t 8 in IjrlSft 4 ?10 00 $18 00 6ft Uin ti lft 8m 83 03 18(10 bft -Ha lwlSft Sin 40 00 20 00 6ft Slu Uj Wit 2 In.... ..... 80 00 15 00 Sft.3in twill- ,-. 90 00 12 50 10 ft 6 in bv 11 ft 00 30 00 10 f t 6 in. by 16 ft H-iu 52 00 80 00 10 ft in bj 12 ft lu ROM 8000 lftft b in by 11 ft 9 in 7 M) 25 00 8ft UylifuSiu.. Si 00 2iM 11 ft S in by 14 ft- 6 in 123...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

THE MOKNINGr TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST IT, 1895. AD THE EVENING TUMI! lROIM ES FOH SPORTING GOES Your last chance, to morrow, at those Men's Suits for $5. Last week we got $12 and $10 for them. Sat urday night, at store clos ing, the- will revert to their former price if there's any left. Looks now as though the lot will scarcely last un til niid-da3r to-morrow, so you better hurry. Lot SO0; Oxford Mixod Suits. LotbOSO Brovrn Mixed Suits. Lot fcOsG 13rwu Cheviot Suits. It will be from $5 to SO in your pocket. Psrker, Bridget & Co., i 315 7th St. The Price-cuts All through the stock are telling Summer Clothes, Hats and Furnishings of every sort are largely reduced to press them out and make room for the Fall things that are to take their places. You who are wise will profit by these offerings: Splendid Quality SKELETON SEROE COATS, single or doublo treeet49, for. S5.00 Others as low as S3 and from that ttp to $.&. AH tfa WHITE DUCK rANTS are reduced "so 85c A tot of Striped Fla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

4 THE MOHNETO. TIMES.f SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, .1395. TD 0E OLUMN MONTH S FOB SO CEINTS A TheWashinQton Times (MOUSING, EVEKIKG. AND SCND1T.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, EorrnwEW cobmib Pitsvi.vaxia. avexpe and Tbstu Stkuez ToIopUone Editorial Uooms, HV. Bufilnuss Office, 53. Tr ce Mrnins or Evening EditionOne Cent SjnilcyiyUSon. Throo Cents. Monthly by Carrier llornins and Sunday Thirty-five Centa Evwiinc Thirty Coats. Moralni;, "I Iening anflV Fiftt Cenis. fcmuday, J WASHINGTON, D. C., AUGUST 17, 1693. Subscribers to "The Tlme." will confer a fa-vor by jiromptly reporting tiny dihcourleij- of collector, or neg lect of duty on the part of currierH. Complaint ttlior by mail or in per son will receive prompt intention. Tho iiiiiriilnir Kdltlon hlwmld be do lierod t all part of tbo city by ti::iO o'clock ii. in., liioludliig Sunday. Tho i:entiis Kdltlon uliould be in the bunds of Subscriber, not Liter than 5:30 p. in. "The Washington Tlinr" 1m ii mem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

THE MOUSING- TIMES, SATURDAY, AT7GKLTST 17, 189S. One Hundred Boys and Girls Wanted To help us get rid of our Wash Suits with deep Sailor Collars. Suits that were $4.50, $3.68, and $3.48, For $1.98. Those that were $2.25, .$1.98, and $1.68'5now 98c. A little hurrying up "is necessar3T to secure these. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. To-day and To-morrow. Hurry! Ve are offering- ever3T 3'ard of Carpet, even Aard of Matting-, and every Art Square and Rug Below Cost and on Credit. T$srt,All Carpet made and laid absolute free of cost no charge for waste in match ing figures. All Matting cut and tacked down free of cost. ,ju yatd6 nil-wool Ingrain Carpet worth uc Now 45c l,oi).i jurdh heavy Vmou Ingrain Car- QT n pet. worth 4Uc Now LVi 3,5uOyarde Jest quaMt dou&le oitra "7 fin Brussels I arpul, worth Jl 13 Now . J U U r S0O yards p.od quality Ilrussols Car- "7 i pet, worth 75a Now Tl-U 1,000 jnrds 8ndid ftniMrels Carpets Cfln worlhsi Now DUu WO jards of heavy Ingrain Carpot. TQlp worthiio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

6 thjB mobotngt tidies, Saturday, august it, is95. The tlino to buy is when things are cheapest. We have to be in advance of the seasons. Because we must clean out our summer stock to give us room to show our fall stock, It doesn't follow that the summer is oven We have lots of thing's that we are clearing out cheap that will he useful for a long time 3et this summer Mattings Ham mocks Camp Stools Garden Chairs. : As fine an assortment of Bab' Carriages will be found in our store as can be found in the city. Thle is n good tlmo of year to buy your Carpets. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Sts. C3qrHK8 Qtotittura FALLS CHURCH ITEMS. Mr. Geotge T. Mankin, Mrs. Edgar Wat Woe wtd fatuity , and Alias Jessie B. England , wk tuve lwe spending a week at Colonial liearti.rrwedlKMiwThursdayeveiiiiig. F.A. Masou and family, who have been oocoyinp rtie CtooaU' cottage at West End for two tuoutibs, have returned to Washing ton. Mtes Ateiirt Berry has returned home from h two weeks' visit to friends ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

THE MORNING TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1S)5. One Can! ft I I One Gent & One Gen! 6 One Cent Z No advertisement less than IOa. .No advertisement less than 10a. No advertisement less than 10 Nondveitlsomdm jpss than 10s. , -- rt - One Cent & No advertisement loss than lOs. One Cent & No advertisement lo3i than IOi No advertisement less than 10s. SUMMER RESORTS. white suLPnim SPRINGS. CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD, NEW VILLE, PA One of th most delightful pleasure and Ik alt U rert la America. Magnificent MOUN TAIN SUHitOCNDINGS SfljD FEET ELEVA TION Ml ATMOSPHERE PINE GROVES, 1JU1 !ILIHUB BATllb, EXCELLENT CUI SINE. llfcliLM., BUATLNl., DRIUNG, SHOOTING, BILLIARDS, TENNIS. I.OLF, 111 !K . em Tor Illustrated Pamphlet address GEORGE A. FREYER, Owner. -JOHNSONHOUSE Colonial Beach, on water nout. umi rwi8oni bk . spe cial rr.ti" i jianlos. Address Mr.s. G. E. JOHNSON aull-Tl POTOMAC BAY-A ncv place op posite nkerhou's; beautifully located I forflttmnier boarding; boaUiig.lintblng...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 17 August 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SATUBD AT, AUGUST 17, 1895. Will. do more clothes buy ing HERB now than you would think possible. There's double or more than double value in those pants from broken suits and some $6, $5, and $4 ones from reg ular stock at 52.25 Per Pair. All Tennis and Outing garments are ONE-THIRD OPF of marked prices. Hegligee Shirts at for those that were $3, $2. 50, $2.25, and $2, and the $1.75, $1.50, $1,25, and $1 ones are aef tar 7c. There's a lot of 75c. and 50c. Neckwear at 25c, that's the best Neckwear bargain you ever saw. ROBINSON, GKERY & CO., 12th and F Sts. c:lsii: 514 Ninth St. N. W. Monev Savers. For this beautiful Lawn Suit, full skirt and large sleeves. "Worth. $1.50; ours, obc. : Our beautiful Scotch Lawn Tea Gowns, nicely trimmed. Value, $2.00. Ours, 59c. Only a few more left of our fine tailor-made Duck Suits. Sold ever3-where$3.00 Ours $1:39. For our fine Coutille Corsets. Worth 75c. Ours, 39a Apiece for Ladies' and Gent's fine Handker chiefs, colored ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, elves fuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-tc-date than,a.ny other evening: newspaper published In Washington. VOL. 2. NO. 519. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of thie United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. I ft n I JH& JBr&imd from the finest Malt amd JJofis, and J)rono7(??ced to lie J ure in every particu lar. Fourth and E Sts. N. E, Tel. 1293. STARTING MISSION RIOTS Done by a Disgraced Chinese Official Who Hoped to Regain Favor, fitorlos Circulated Thut Foreigners Tried Children for the OH in Them. People Themselves Peaceful. Vanoonver, B. C, -Aug. 17. Among tbe pas-engecs by tbe EnipreTb .of Japan, were l)r Stevenson and family, missionaries at S7ecbuaii, China, who narrowly escaped murder at tbe hands of natives in the first f tbc roeeitt riots. Dr. Stevenson belongs to a Canadian Mothodist mission a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

THE mOHynSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. MR. J. F.fficHUGH SURPRISED M05ES RIO IS THEIR TRADE Real Estate Sharps Investigated by the Times Bureau. JRbB ft- Fand Elevontii Streets. torago Warehouses M St.. near II. A shiRlo stroke sends It spinning! Of litUo woiBht, but built to benr big weight. That's tho IMI'EKIAL 1HCYCLE the King of nil wheels. We'ro sole I). C. agents Come in look nt it make us prove the foregoing statcmoijtt Our position in the trade and our polic3T. First, to beg-in with we are first in the Furniture business of the South. That supremacy we owe to ample capital and a long experience dating over nearly two generations as well as thorough knowledge of markets and Furniture merchandise. Our politry has been to treat the purchase mone3r of our customers as a deposit to be returned if goods are not altogether satis factor'. To that we strive to bring a feeling of business friendli ness, which consults and follows our patrons' inter ests rather than our own and b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. 3 P 1 11 fir rff- this "hot weather" clothing about town but none Is offered at such low prices. We've just made' a "cut" that you'll welcome. . - Tfti Alp Co Hna Vto' MOW. 16 Kfi.tw Cortiwror Soils, new SW. tlJ ;H)uiue CaicattK Soetsuer Coats and Verts, how itt. Parted Bridget & Co., 315 7th St. ONE MORE CHANCE! law w wSil n xt saturtUy iUt . 1 gjoft new-B farioa8weii-rs. MATTINGS, CARPETS, RUGS, : BELOW tOST &HD ON CREDIT! AH CMet m-vlo aud mlKjJvL ooet So chaixo for waw In HMtcMns "C Ml ttSrfSit aodtacfcei dowa for a l.Uin "aSKS 1-y.BOBt to Mft your own co? miHeT et:yur juontaly. No notes. o iuletwet Mstlins. 4-5c Mattlnss-this week.. 22 Jc a yd. jWc Mattinzt-this week-..20c a yd. 35c Matttfi3-this week-l7Vc a yd. 30c atti:s this week..l5c a yd. 25c MatUogs-this week-.12J4ca yd. Carpels"! Ait-Wool Irran Carpet regular 7Uc. qualities. iCn Vrf Now -ru " Verytneavy Union !nraln Carpet. Sold everywhere nnn y 1sr40o.ayard. Now.... ' 2U i...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. TheWashinflton Times CMOKSINQ, ETONIh'd, AND SB DAT.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BCILDING. gOCTHWEST CORNER PENNBTIYANIA AVENUE AND Tentu Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, HV Business Ofllce, S37. rice Morning or Evening Edition. ..One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents Xlontbly by Cftrrior Xlorninc and Sunday Thlrty-fivo Cents. EveuinR Thirty Cents. Moraine. ) Evening and V Fiitt Cents. Sunday, J WASHINGTON, D. C., AUGUST 18, 1895. C?TR A D E f,$ ) COUNCIL T .1.'." . cfcStBl.AgT'J-' F1S1I1G- AS A DISTINGUISHED PASTIME. IT Sports arc to ho judged by the way they an patronized, fishlug must he looked upon as a dtvorblon created especially for distinguished Americans. From the President down 11 has become a favorite jiastlnie for public men, and while all arc not expert with the rishlng rod, most or them can watcli for nibbles just as patiently and elevate their catch fully as vigorously ascan the gentleman whose ...

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