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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

THE MORNfiStt TIMES,- SUNDAY, AUGUST IS, 1S95. 5 l Twill Be ! THE... i Lasf: ShoH This will injure the prices so fatally that we hope not to have airy LADIES' Shirt Waists left alive to report after this. The injur- to the prices will, of r urse,- prove a benefi to tou. Ladies Shirt Waists, with laun dered Collars and Cuffs Those that were 98c, 89c, 75o and OSs. stSliot Price," 37c Ladies' Laundered Sliirt Waists in Figured. Striped -and Plain Lav.ns, llntlstc. Percale or Scotch Gingham Thoso that were 9Sc. 87c and 75c. last Sbot Fries." 48c Those that were 51.08, $1.48 and Si. 23. "Last S&ot Price." 94c Plain Lawn Waists that wcro S1.9S. 1 89, Si. 75, Si. OS, SI.4S. SI 25 and 98c Your cliolcs o! any for 29c In order to make ar rangements for the crowds that will attend this sale, these will not be uncovered nor on sale until 9 o'clock to-morrow morninar. "3 " 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. f eos "-ooo -&"& o-m -s- r-I)EHTAKEKS. JWILL1A.M LLC. 1'NDnitTAKr.Jt. ITS Ponngylvjin...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

fi rHE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, -AUGUST 18, 1895. ? " ATAT TTT TT T TV TO C: T $ I ' 1 I I B JT -XI no 1 . 0 B 1 Na 11 ii D L3 W W basis' 1 Id 8-" fcL tj S I &S , ... i ,, i ! i jtimmimjnnKJw' n.m.i- mi. , nyn -i, rj vjtjt ti. 2 ll- Jl, ' r ! i;niijf,";pi"fwjjiniw..M.j.'.i,'jnniiu i. ' - ... -i. nut- i. ... ... ..u.j. i..m. . . .i,.!.. i.r- u- .wi- t i-t 'uu I ""l.:.-. . hum . l-VTTT t I, T i " " H ' . ' , "iS II I" IS II 'II UJ.t '"-. O waMiwaasa 0 S$k j0& pa feKatfjgasfa ASK FOR THEM EVERYWHERE. 'WSSB THE WASHINGTON BRJEWERY COMPANY'S WORKS. ANALYSIS: Per Cent. Mineral substance v 20 Other natural products of fermentation and extract of hops. .. 1.16 Original extract of beer A ". 13.47 Real degree of fermentation - 55-40 Investigation will prove conclusively that the results as shown in the above analysis will compare favorably with any beer in this country to-day, ' Per Cent. Alcohol 777. . , 3-63 Extract 6.02 The 6.02 per cent of extract consists of Sugar 2.20 Per Cent. De...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. I1 1 Wf f . i Supreme Award World's Fair. Washington Branch North Capitol' and G Sts. N. E. TlilillilCEO Eckington Road Paid Off an Old Grudge It Owed Them. HELEED ORGANIZE OAK MEN For Till Htiitntnlieltniluiiy Officials Sons lit tlie First Opportunity to Dimmit Conductor Sihon it nil Hicti nrd Their $25 Deposit Held Back. Court May He Rc-orted To. Tin Fokiogiou Ilailrond Company again rented it. pleen against organized labor y-sterlny.n. stated exclusivel? in TheEven JngTimes The victims were H C Sissonand O II Richards loth tonduitors aud, old employee of the road As is tli' custom of the road, no explana tion or their discharge was gncu the men Neither did they receive notice Uiat their eerviiA"! would be no loug r newled b the trolley coinpanj uuUl thej jeporied Tor duty jitwlaj morning Both men went to work as iiMial Tor the earlj ruu and found their names posted on the blackboard as dlKoharced An investigation of the caw; l a Tnw" n ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

8 THE MOKNTETGr- TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. JfJIV r 4 i You Will Find here the BEST of everything inMen'.s and Boys' wear. The best CLOTHING, the best FUR NISHINGS, the best HATS and the best SHOES, all at prices way below what you have heretofore paid for such qualities. There's more than double value in ever' pair of those Trousers at Jmfjut And in the Negligee Shirts at AND $1.50 New fall DFRBYS are HERB. All the newest shades in all standard blocks. Our usual low prices. Robinson, Chery 8l Co. I2TH AND F STS. B -I money on - clothing! 1 i a- We are clearing out our entire stock of Summer Suits at extraordinary1- reductions. All clothing prices have been low this season, but the prices we are making on the balance of our sum mer stock are, qualities considered, the lowest by far in the city. "We absolutely guarantee every garment we sell, "and should the goods you buy from us not prove satisfactory, come and get your nioney back for the asking. HERMAN, BMJtfflEKHggS :nrn To-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMESP9to2i washxstgkto:, d. c, stjistdax MoratfiirGr, august is, 1895. FIND II A IE HBO IT "WASN'T A. BAT. TMTHEIRPENSINHJ1HD r . I I A Series of - Shoe Surprises Shall wind up the rest of our Summer Shoes and will surety help to make these the largest August Sales we've ever known. Our great "Closing-out Sale" is past no more black high-cut shoes at reduced prices for the present but Summer Shoes have to go this month, and we'd almost rather give them away than winter them over. A 3 Days' Sale of TAN Begins To-morrow and the Following low prices are for the next 3 days only. 1 14c. 45c. 95c. $1.75 Infants' Soft Sole Tan Button Shoes. Whlttemore's 25c Paste. "Dandy" Dressing or Tan Two Bottles of Hahn's Dressing: for Tan Shoes. Infants' 75c Best Tan Goat Button. Infants' Best Quality Tan Slippers. Child's Tan or Black 75c Tennis Slippers. Any Pair Child's S1.25orS1.50 Tan Shoes. All Boys'Tan Spring Heel Laced. Any pair Boys' or Youths' Tan Low Shoes. Any Pair ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

10 Why Pay for what you can get at the same price on credit? You find it hard to believe that such is the case, but we think a visit to our store will convince you of the truth of our assertion. We can furnish your house as well and as cheaply as any other store in town, and give you lots of time to pay in. You really should inves tigate our new credit sys tem; its worth, looking into. Mayer & Petlit, Reliable Housefurnishers, 415 7th St. n. w. RECORD OP THE COURTS. Circuit Court, No 1 JuBtico Cole God dard tb. District or Columbia; Judgment in certiorari. Eggorstedt vb. same; eame de cree. Bentley and oUjersv.Bame; same de cree. Circuit Court, No. 2 Justice Cole Mar shall vs. Rogors and others; motion for judg ment against garnishee overruled. Probate Court Justice Cole Proceedings la estates have been Issued as follows: Wil liam ILCamraack; proof of publication filed. Samuel L. JackBon; petition of Johanna Jackson for proving of "will and letters tes tamentary filed. Samuel Wi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. 11 Ml l. H'JI '.!" i.im ,.i i . ., , , CHR. HEURICH'S NG : COMPANY' B Maerzen Beer. ERR! V - - mTMiv,., MmmtMc wSST . -- - r Extra Pale Lager. Tho cmo of Perfection! INotHimg Wieido to Equal It! The HIGHEST AUTHORITY of the UNITED STATES concedes to it a record of PURITY that chal lenges the world and distances all competitors. Awarded the UNDISPUTED and HIGHEST REC ORD for PURITY, STRENGTH, and QUALITY, strictly upon the merits of the article, picked up at ran dom from its customers, by the GOVERNMENT CHEM IST of the Department of Agriculture. Here Are the Contents as Analyzed. Oi a bottlu of buor picked nt random, but bearing that famous label. "Arlington Bottling pauy," on ono side, and "Ilcurloli'd Boor" on the other: l'er Cont i Per fepocinc gravity I.UH3 Alcohol, by weight 4.1b Alcohol, by tolumo 5 24 Extract Y. 5 05 Original gravity 1 0M3 Ash 3fa3 And Here Are the Contents of a Glass of Heurich's Beer on Draught: Reducing sugar as m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

12 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 18Q5. MRS. TRAMWAY'S POSTERS' therchave passed ay ordinance to put checks on bloomers."-rawHlng for the ovation which came not, lie continued: "I thought Ibis would interest you, Birdie, in connec tion with your plansfora bicycle costume." Ignoring his Tenmrks, Birdie resumed: "But what does all that lot of black nieaur" snakes?" alio continued, holding up the next poster. "That, iuy dear," rcplied"Mr. Tramway, Fitted For Each Other. "is simply a decorative design. Can't you get onto the curves? Tula Is made by Gad ley, a Chicago artist, who for work of tliis character, stands at the head." "Well, lie must have stood on his head when he made that!" said the appreciative Mrs. Tramway. "What docs it all mean? Oh! perhaps It is to Illustrate the story of a lady lost in a labjrinth, or, has that sick-looking cat in the corner unwound a ball of yarn all 'round the dug-up looking Birdie Collects a Veritable Stock of Horrors. BUT MR. T. GROWS SKEPTI...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

it-U WHERE TfWSIES M Their Picturesque Camps in the Suburbs of Washington. NOMADS OF BERRY'S WOODS Iiit crest ins Tulk "With Madamo Bur nett, tlio Prophetess, About Dud GypsJi-K "Who Hey: Riid Steal Chil dren Quaint Homes In the "Wild "Woods Ida, the Gypsy "ej;res3. Berry's woods is a picturesque snot on the Eckmglon and Soldiers' Honie electric railway, lietwecn the pretty village of Eck lngton and the Catholic University. Berry's woods have Ions been the camping ground for the roving bands or Gypsies who find their "way to "Washington and vicinity In August and during the golden autumn time. They spend the dreary win tors there, only to resume their perigrina tlons In the spring. There are three colonics of the dark skinned wanderers in camp there now, and the woods presented a picture of life and nature when a Times man look a flying trip thero yesterday in an electric car. The grove slopes to the west, and then goes downward, -wltU Its -wealth of blackberry bushes, bhrubbery, gr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

! THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, IS95. 'yr& .nTVC FARHIMG IS THEIR HOBBY 7 XmrWm, Rich Women Who Till the ' U J' Soil for Gain. Ill I nfsf) III T HETTY GREEN'S PLANTATION M M 77 '' I I I I apcgg- ,.,?S?afeggy I wl10 are bo;,stiug the title arc fiudlng Zt'l ill J ' - g II I N " ' jwKSgW-jfr-. , j, vr -r-. 5 , - WORMS IN NEWPORT'S ROSE Men Will Yacht and the AYomen Mourn. SEASON NOW IN FULL BLAST Mrs. Brice Gives a Dinner a Night and Others Follow Suit. Newport, Aug. 1G. There are broken hearts at XewjMrt Tills '"fair city by tlie wa," this 'summer capital," this "home of -wealth" covers more snapped heart -clmrds Uian it docs millions of dollars. People Were have no cares, no tender strug gles to bring them closer together; no self denials to nuke for each other nothing but luxury i their lut. And the canker of dis contentment "winch ifeeds upon feelfisbncss grows great and keen. There is one heart-break here that lies right in the midst of all things It clangs its uiibann...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

m UNBAY TIM3HS FAB89 FANCIED AMH; FASHION TOM AILMB8T HVEBTONEI THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. fioKtns hf Wear in Open $ir MARVELOUS CREATIONS SEEN W MLDSEASON. Separate Styles for Tennis, Yachting, Coacliing- and What Not Else. Newprt, Aug. 17. The greatest of dress icsson te Imrmony. And we have learned It this swtniwr. In all the goodly array of clown's in tlrfi gnodly August capitsil pale tints in win -fabrics Trillin with dainty laces lrtiid twi.1i into each, with the won derful gvn at the lawns and the blue of the sky and Hk- changing siwrkleof the sea to give nk to them and background. Here is a white muslin with just a tint of the pink of the late wild nwes beneath its folds; there a mauve cambric all afloat with Valenciennes. Against the red awn ings of the veranda stands out a green and white ttoevr linen, crowned by a huge lace hat tied with white ribbons under a saucy chin. Under a spreading tree that looks as if it might go back to the Korwioen and Newport'...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

16 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1896. Mmi .atmL fctm' :-s v CHAPTER II. But Key's attention "was presently di rected to s-omothiiig more important to his present purpose. The keen wind which he hadfclinmounUngthegradehudcbanged and wt, now blowing at his hack His ex perience of forest fires liad already taught Mm that this was too often only the cold r ro4nig in to fill the vacuum xuade by rtieciiflagration,aiid It needed not hissen 2tiiin of.au acrid smarting in li is eyes and an iiiacftMiHtaMe drjnci-s in the air which he was imw facing, to convince him that the fire v.-a approaching him It ljad evi dently traveled faster than he had expected, or had diverged from iu course He was disappointed , not because It would oblige him to take another course to Skinner's, as CwlliiMoii had suggested, but for a very different reason Ever since tils -viiiii f the preceding night he had re MjHedto revisit the hollow and discover the mystery He had kept his purpose a se cret, prUy bec...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

THE MOiiyiNG- TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. IT me m mum Doings in Amateur Circles on Land and Water. THE JOINT CLUB EXOUBSION Eventful liny Xear at Hand Hejrnttn. Committee Hiwy Aiiurrtlo l'tiriulo Arruugciiient--Ahio Which Course. SwiiuiiiiiicClultSuu'-tli'iit ilaKe Up f Cn-ttN-Club .Notes. In 1sb than a week from to-day the long ook"d for Potomac River regatta day will b here, and wliat a daj of anxiety and ex citement and joj and regret it will be to the oarsmen and to Ujoec most Ultimately connected with tlK! affair riwu iHeisit prospects, we will hav e a big regatta, and if all out-of-town clubs who have promised tc do to will iiul.c en tri", we will have the largest list of con testants for each event we have had since the national was held herein 1891. Tlie matter or a cmuse iestill an unsettled question ju the hands of the regatta com mit we, and, owing to the demand the ques tion was n"oiKjned after the lower course bud boon decided upon and advertised.. WHICH SHALL IT BE...

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

IS THE MOKKTBTG- TIMES, SJTDAY, AUGUST 18, 1895. & WEEK !H UBOB CIRCLES Hatters of Interest to Organized Worklngmen of the District. MEETLXGSFOR THIS "WEEK. SUNDAY, AUGUST 18. tabor Day conference committee Typo graphical Templo. Columbia Typographical Union, No. lOt- Typographical Temple I,. A. 4308, K. of L., Musicians Elks' Ball, Ninth street and Pennsylvania ave nue. Butchers' Assembly, K. of L.. Plasterers' Ball, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsyl vania avenue, 3 o'clock. HONDAS", AUGUST 19. Li. A. 164.4, K. of L., Journeymen Plas terers riastcrers Hall, Four-and-a-half Street and Pennsylvania avenue. Li. A. 1748, X. of L... Carpenters and Joiners Society Temple, Fifth and G Street. L. U., No. 190, Brotherhood of Car pentersHall, G27 .Massachusetts avenue. L. A. 104G. K. of L... Bakers' and Driv ersBunch's Hall. aiC Eighth street. L..A. 345G.K. of L., Carriage and Wagon Haters Special meeting Organized La l)or committee rooms, Washington Times building. Labor Bureau and Vor...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

r r r THE uUOKNTISrG- TOtES;. SUNDAY, ALTGrTJST 18, 1895. Id Per Word No advertisement less than 10a- No sdvertisement less than 10a. Ona Pant Per 118 bolll Word No advertisement less than 10a. Dob Oboi word ivondveitlscmcnt less than 10s- Osio Phni Per 118 yUIlI Word No advertisement I033 tlian 10a. One Dent A No advertisement less than 10a. One Gent A NcadTsriLjamantloss than 10a. FOR SALE SUBURBAN. PALISADES-CONDUIT ROAD. Secure oik- of these beautiful bulldinj lute. 35K125 feet. Waffibtagtoa -aed Great rail Electric RaBway imtug bulli alongside. Wl foreae Jn value ntpWIy. Orir & few left. Tertws $26 caste; balance $10 monthly. . i Awly t Office, 1420 F st. nw. il3-6t POS SALE Two valuable lrjildmg hus at College Park. Address COL LEGE. t1i offx aulG-31 HOO.MS AND llOAKD. G3ii I lttHMi and bnaru to gentle men, i'M jut inoutli aiil 7-31 FOR KEKT-S15 N st. nw., lKautiliil front rixMii, boiitii and west exjiostirr, wftti board, tor mie r t wi, ju private fam ily; uo otlH.'r boar...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 18 August 1895

JO THE MORNINGS TIMES, SUNDAY, AU.OUST 18, 1895. S.Kann.Sons&Co Sth and Market Space. UPHOLSTERY! HOME AGAIN from the country? How topsy turvy the house looks. Cur tains so torn never noticed that before you left sun has faded silk in vestibule door. Mantle appears so dare, and hoio sharp the comers of the room look in short, you need to fix jwur house for winter. It don I take so much money as it docs taste in these affairs. Leave it with us we'll give you the benefit of 021?' experi tnee gratis make your meas urements, estimate for you, and fix the price so that yoiCll find yourself surprised at the amount of beauty wrought in your home for so small an ex penditure. DRAPERIES Occupy an important place in these decorations, therefore, you want good and pretty ones here's to leaders of that kind they're cheap, too. 1,500 yards 36 in. Figured Silkolene, imported goods, in tasteful designs and good colorings. Worth 15c. yard. 9j4c yard. An entirely new drapery, fresh from the mill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, gives fuller accounts, has more local news, la 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 fcr fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing, Evening, and the SundayEdltlon. VOL. 2. O. 520. washzngtTo:n"5 d. c, Monday mokntjstgt, augcst io3 is95. ekott pagkes. 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. IBSMESffUTEDTI CHURCH AND THE REPUBLIC SEVEN LOST IN THE BIT FOUNDER OF TBE EMPIRE CASTLE HOLMES IN FLAMES. rym' . j mm in niE 11 Pretty 1 8-Year-OId Wife Jumped Into the Eastern Branch. ONLY MAEEIED A MONTH She In a Catholic and Her Husband a Protectant Her Mother In Said to Hin t5 Been Opposed to t lie Utiloimml Has Made It DiNUrreeuble for Her Daughter Her Farewell Let...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 August 1895

THE MOKNIIMGr TIMES, MOXDAT, ATJGrTJST 19, 1S95. THREE DROWNED MA DH gTJie j Sil I &&&& 1 mid BIevutli Streets. 5'orago Warehouses d st, nearer. W c -variant the condition of every thine we sell, vhethcr sold ntnloSs or at a profit. -An army .of DIKING TABLES on the 6th floor noble examples of the makers' mobt expert knowledge. And no end to the variety of styles some made in the custoni ary tot others embodying the more recent improve ments in Dining Table mak ing. You'll probably never see so inany different Tables together as we can shov you. The prices run from Sfl 25 to SI 00 - nil lots of price marks m bctw ccn. -3T Yeu wo always -voleorae to ox-a-utue my stock U is not neces sary te buy. If you are ever in doubt what to lHtrCrr a birthday or wedding: preseat, don't fail to look round my store Jewelry is always ac ceptable and I have many things that combine the useful with the beautiful. Sinc I have marked down the prices on all solid silverware, jou can liry ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 August 1895

THE aiORyrETG- TIMES, 3QyPAY, AUGUST 19, 1895. Plenty of this "hot weather" clothing about town but none is offered at such low prices. We've just made a "cut" that you'll welcome. JS White Alpaca. Coats and Vests, now 6. fclii White Corduroy Suits, now HO. Hi Genuine Calcutta SeersucKer Coats and Vests, now $S. Parker, Bridget & Co., 315 7th St. SHOES For mt'u who want goad shoes, s-ylish shoes, and last ing shoes, blioes that'll lit liko a glovo and ha as easy on tho foot as they are on tho" pocket Wo'vo a store full. H.VS is tho price, and ioll shine om free. HEX'S JtUS"-ET;?, hand welt, calfskin. Jlils. and Congress. All of well-known makes. J! c u 1 a r Bizet, and widths. $1.98 "Worth J8 O0,i.(X) and 55.U0 SHOE STORE. Cooled hy Electric Fan. 434 Ninth Street. -Get astride of a "TAP- PAN SPECIAL" (Improved) BICYCLE and you'll be mounted on as light, as strong and as finely finished a wheel as there is on the market. 6o for the wheel nothing for the name. M. A. TAPPAN, Athlet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 19 August 1895

THE MOKSTING- TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1895 ThB Washington Times (l!Ht.!.S, KvmHK, AST) feUXDAT.) OWKED AND ISSUED BY Tlic 7asliita Times Comjinny, 3TKBS IMJILDINO, EOITUWKST CMSMMR PBNNSYI VANU AVENUE AXD Txsrx Srmtcc TelepUoae-Cdttoriat Ttoams, 1 Ir ce I! anting erEwaMtag BfMwa.-Oiie Cent. fe iea,r mctou Turtle Cents IToi ttl iif Currier on.iuc SwMimjr Thirty-five Cents. 1 vtL.ng Thirty Cents. W tiling. ) 1 ei .QMUl FlITT CKKIS. SrtaiJtn. j TAASUUKSTOK, 13. C, AUGUST 19. 1885. suliwrihTh to "The Thuo" will o.iif h fHvr 1)5 iraniitly roporiinc iinv ii- wtrtefy of eoJleetoris, or neg lect f duty oil tle imrt of carriers. 1 1 i.ittlUtii ttlMr -toy ihhXI r lii por smi will roeoive prompt ixttemt inn. Tin- MrttiK lldition .-liquid lio de Hv. rcHl Co nl iMLrtn of lle city by :SO o' I.k k h. in., including Sunday- The Lveiilng KdMkm iiould be til I lie baud or rilrlleiv tun Liter than 5:30 ii. im. "Tin- WitnfcliigtoH Times" is, a aiom lxi o." tin; Moeliditle Co-operative So ciety. TAKE ...

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