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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

THE HEORNnsra TIMES, SUNDAY, A UGUST 25, 1895. 17 LOW IS TO E GREATEST DEI1ECTJESTBTEE1RBI1TTEN i i m r i "-"i - (Ce-pv right by the Author ) AJj friend det'-ctive, Air Maitmol, told TOO this hl(ff One afternoon, on a dull daj in March, when the "wJuti was howling dismallv and the gray ekl of the atmosphere chilled ihe blood, thi-f was ushered mlo my apartment h lady, heHMly veiled and bwaifced from head to foot in crepe ".Mr Mrtima." tald she. haudiug me a black bordere-d card and sinking heavily itrio tlie nearest chair, "I have conic to you unannounced, as I feared until the lam minute that my courage would fail ne.mid I beuuablctoMlyouihestory " 1 read the card "Mi Anton HoHowood," and then, like a flash. I placed the face b Tore me It -was. that of the most dtscui-sed "woman iu New York for the last six months Half a yoar before she niairied the millionaire battffcr and wkIowcw. Anton HoHowood Just one Tmek later Anton Hollowood -was lOMWd in ins library dead by Ins own baiMl. ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

J8 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1895. AWEfiiS UMR CIBCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workingtnen of the District. T MEETINGS FOR TniS AT13EK. A. " SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, "Labor Day conference committee Typo EwpJiUal Temple. BuU Hero' Assembly, K. of L.. Plasterers' Hall Four aud-a-balf ttreet and PeniiRyl tania avenue. , A 11 49, K. or L, Douglass Progressive &h k dtion of Steam Engineers. ilONDAl', AUGUST 2G. Joint meeting orb. A. 174S.K.ofL. ,and Xiii. in No. 1, Carpenters Society Temple, TiUU and G streets. L. A 1644. K. of L. . Journeymen T'las- Uieifi Plasterer' Hall, Inir and-a-half ttreet and Pennujlvanla avenue. L. U., No 190, BrolheiTcood of Car penters and JoliH-rs Hall, G2 Mas&ashu tctts avenue. L. A. 1228 K or I, Plasterer.' Lath ers Man nerh' II.tll.oppoMte l'entz -wharf. Seventh KtivH mmiIIiwoM. L A 34SG,K. ol L., Carnage and "Wagon lakers Bunch's. Hall, 31 4 Eighth fctreeU Amalgamated Society or Carpenters and Joinerh Csteiurl!all. Sixth and G htrce...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

KH a v Iji i lo 1 " v TIIJE MORKDSTGr TXM359, SUNDAY, AUGrTJST 25, 1895. 39 Per Word No advertisement less than 10a- One Cent & Ivo advertisement less than 10s. 008 Oinf Word Ixo advertisement less than 10s. OneGent n - No advertisement I033 than 10s One Gent ml- No cdvcrtlscment less than lOs- One Genl vfe No advcrtlsornent I033 than 10: One Genl & Xoadvortlsemaat Ia3j than IOs. AUCTION SALES. BY LATIMER. MORGAN .t CO., AUC TIONEERS, 122 AND 1231 G STREET, TRUSTEES SALE Or A FRAME DWELLING, NUMBERED i15 THIRD .sTREirr NORTH EAhT By virtue of a deed or trust dated M.iy 0, lStS, and recorded in Liber 2011, MUs X4". ot sen , or ttit Land Records trf Uk ltin-t r Columbia, and .it tin rc qwest of UK- iarl secured thereby, wo will 60M u jUic auction, iu from of tlio prem m. oil TIIURrsDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. A. ID. 1816. at 5 o'clock i 111 . all those ivr iuphoor parcels of land known and dis Uugisl d as parts of lots 13 .ind 1-1, in Dak4 bhanahmrs subdivision of lots in muar 77fi s ju...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 25 August 1895

20 THE MORNING T.IMES, SUNDAY, AUUGST 25, 1895. r We can save you money. How? By selling you first-quality HAY, FLOUR, FEED, and COAL for the least money. WHY? Because we -are m a position to do so. We have our own Western branches. Our coal comes direct from the mines. We Have the most improved facilities for handling goods all of which insures not only first-quality, but also a minimum cost. WHEN? Now! WHERE? At Second street and Florida avenue. WHAT FOR? Cash. "... mr" Fl ourTa We have and sell a flour, which is the pet of every one who has ever tried it; all agree that it is "with out an equal" and "the best of them all." We call it "Uncle Sam," because it will suit all of Uncle Sam's people, even the most fastidious. It is con ceded by connoisseurs to be the best flour made is a strictly first-class flour, manufactured with great care. It is a blend of the choicest winter and spring patent flours, and stands without a peer among the flours sold in any market. Special price on f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, s;Ives fuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evenlnc newspaper pibll9hed 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 Sunday Edition: VOL. 2. 20. 527. WASEINGTO, D. C., MONDAY" MOKNTOGr, AUGUST 2s 1S95.-EIGtIIT PAGES. 02H3 CE3TT. Telegraphic News Supplied Iby 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. OUTS 6BE1TEST FIGHT Chairmanship Contest May Be Carried to the Courts. THE OFFICIAL VACATION HABIT HECKS II PLERTT Several Ftlercliants Victimized by a Dashing Swindler. s& "W y T& SWSU bfam WkT h-4rPti. JJ 1 TOM COOPER TO THE RESOUE Ho "Will Aid tlio Senator in Forcing Gilkecon'N Hand Eieltinsr Timts Expected in lle Convention Both Stiles Confident of Victory, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

THE MORNING- TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1S95V &$&& I'-aud Eleventh Streets. Storage Warehouses iJd at, near H. Whatever we soil bear? the stamp oT tlwrouh werUmausblp nud perfect llntsc Special Speedy Sale of- Summer Things. As good productions as you'll care-to buy; as little pricedas you can afford to bu. Through the whole- category of Sum mer things the falling ofr.iu. price is as noticeable a,a here: Lawn Settees. IteA ac OrooR.., IttMt or Jreon. . 3(o or lirceu 3ie4 or G:e Ihj4(Hu: Sttee Ktarfc StHe Itoektag isette, rod ;ooWwg Settee, oak........ Summer Uockcrs. JMapl .... Oft Comttry Jtoekar..-.. 24uplo I'woii Kuokor JUntc I'erca All-woo (Hd HJokry Chairs Etuu-cuu-oii le Inst 25 to Valuo. Now 51.03 Si'.': ... S.MO ... 8.00 ... 8.75 .... i0 ... -J.S0 ... S.W) ... COO 3.4S I.W5 :.ir. ....J3.S9 , 0.10 .... 1.WI ... iBO ... -a.w .... r.03 S8S5 S.i nr i sj i.-jsi ami ItocRons. 60 years, for- mrl)- ei 30 to $5 76, now ?1, .Ui te S-l.TS. Keolininc l.H-.vn Chairs Covered in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

3 TRIO Of ISIILE ONUS the best chance to get the coin In the firth race, which is at four and n hair furlongs. If Frank D. Is trying he should win In a gallop, with -Melinda second and Oxford third. Melinda is very fast and a straight bet may not be out of place on her. There Is a good chance that Frank D. is not up to a race. MOMCillrlii!) Crooks ths Latest Addition to the List of Invalids. Ham, Murphy and Washburn Still on the Anxious Seat. The closing event should go to Annie T., with Jlmmie "James second and Dr. Reed third. "KOARING BILL" DEPARTS JOCKEY CLUB IS VERY SLOW HELPED OUT BY -ST. LOUIS THE ItfOIlOTNGr TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 26. 1895. $8to$10flv For $5. 'Vr rMWSM tfefj Iff do,". 1 i Ifflr 1 f R AKBLE RS I C?tmWl M A yVk SUPPLV TMEM 0 HW You'll find aiiT one of these $S and $10 suits we are run ning at $5 heavy enough for all fall and winter. Judg ing from the demand the last three da3'S the lot will not last the week out. Fine $8 and $10 suits at Five half price are not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

THE MOBINTISra TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1895. TheWashington Times lUOKXIKG, EVEKIXG, AND SrXDAT.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMKS BCILDINO. EOCniWEST COKXKi: I'ISniBr.VAKU ATENtJEAND Tenth Stubet. Tolephono Editorial Rooms, Jtt. Business Office, SB. Price 11 srninp or Evening EditionOne Cent Satiny Edition Throe Couti. HontWy ly Carrier Jlornluc and Sunday- Thlrty-llvo Conts. EvwrtHg Thirty Cents. AUwniHp. ) LvMueaudf- PUTT CENTS. banday, J WASHINGTON, D. C., AUGUST 2G. 1893. S5jp?fev. GIThaTJf: sl $ei LcoOn ciij V V-VCE'.ulnTa'K dsrffil2 Subscribers to "Tho Times" yill confor u favor by promptly reporting uny illMijirlcsy of collectors, or lieu ltH't of duly on Hit part of carriers. Com plaints cither by mail or in ner ron will receive prompt attention. The Mornlim Kdltlou should be tle livered to all parts at t he city by 0:30 o'clock a. in., liicludius: Sunday. The Kvrnln-r Edition should bo in the bands of subscribers not later than 5:30 ). in. "The Wash...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

THE HORNING THUES, MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1S95. o 6 To Stimulate 6 & A Your Coming $ WE WILL OFFER YOU Two Items The wholesale cost of either Is more than our present selling price, but wi want to get you Inter cast d. 2 cases Chintz Liberie, a new Wrapper mate rial, dark around figured effects, worth lOc, for 5 cases 1-yd. wide Utlca Muslin, worth 12Hc, for "Tue September Ion Sheet Is here. for the "asking. Remem ber, we have made re ductions on all our paper patterns. Hereafter the prices will be as follows: At! 50, 4-5 and 40c. Patterns, 35c All 35 and 30c Patterns, 25c. All 25c. Patterns, 20c. AH 15c. Patterns, lOc. All lOc. Patterns, 5c. A 92-page Catalogue with every 50c. worth of patterns bought. $ f 6 420, 422, 424, 426 7lh SL 7 : ft. ' y.tj DONT YOU NEED A HALL RACK? Our special sale this week is iii Hall Racks, handsome Raitau Rockers, and I.-.- Chests. An7 of these arti cles can be bought until 6 o'clock next Saturday night BELOW COST AND ON CREDIT! l&M Oak Hut Ruck 6...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

n THE MOEING- TIMES, JSKOTDAY, AlIGHTST 26, 1S95. S SOMETHING HERE! That's not extraordinar3T at all. It's an every day occurrence for us to have something- new and something- different to what any other house has. It's BEAUTIFUL ROOM on the ground flooi of our store just opened full of "beautiful thing's full of lig-ht and brig-htuess the most tastefulh'-fitted room of its kind in Washing-ton. It's devoted to CURTAINS, DRAPERIES, Bedding: and Portieres, Tapes tries, Covers, Lace Cur tains, Window Shades, Table Covers, etc., etc We extend a personal in vitation to you to inspect it. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Streets. The Many Notable' Improvements Sent on trial. Ask for Catalogue. Wyckoff, Seainans, & Benedict COR. 8TH & F. STS. Tltrr 0 TO Bl'Y lOtlt WIMERCOU, I 1 111 I- Prices uver t-o :w jor 'St years llou't forget lliHt HAMOhIN is the best all-round coal iu tbonikikf t $5 25 per ton JV. 15 bMlllI. Mass ae audF Bt. no IC E HYGIENIC-HEALTHFUL. Tilt HAKDESl-illh HhsT MAUI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

Tllf MKMSt 1IMK ftirt. t .! t f. ! atr m&mmmiimmmmm One Cent ft I i I One Gen! & I I One Cent I I One Gent wg I One Gent A ft rtvwitii wcik les I- a4vciww nt to tlMM ! N nverlteetstit Iwm than . Ndvrtmm h ffeaa ! & ctrttMK ! ttara l ------- 't . - i - - - - " i InW fi 111 in! & ! SUMMER UUSOUTS. QURVitiM. white sulphur springs, ccj1rkkland valley railroad, newville, pa. Ono of the most d4Icb;iul ploauro and fcriUth rctorte In America. Magaltteent MOl'N SAIN SCKKOUN1HNOS. S.O.fl FEKT ELEVA !TKK. BKY ATMOSPHEKE PINE GJJOVK5, HOT SCLPRTK 1IATH8, EXCELLENT CUI SINE, FfeHIVJ. Ri'ATJNti, DEIVlNti, SHOUTING, BILLIARDS, TKNXIS, GULP, HUSK", etc ForMluUmted Panipfelf ldr GEORGE A. FREYER.O vvner. jrO3"NSON EOCSS. Colonial hach, on w:ii -r lroiit; terms rt a mm table. m cial mi .s lu jiarliee. Address Mrs. G. I'. J 0HN6ON . au 2 1 -7t POTOMAC 23AY-A i.ev: (tmoeop. lKsite Wi.ker-ou'b; beautiful!- located fommiuicr boarding; U'tatmg.lmtblng.flsb lug. etc ; tali'- abuudunilv liir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 26 August 1895

the MOKisrcisra times, Monday, august 26, 1895. IF YOU need airytlring in Light weight Clothes or Summer Furnishings you'll be likely to find just what you want HERE at greatly reduced prices HALF PRICK or less in some instances. A few big sizes in Men's Suits at $5.00. Separate Pants from broken suits, $2.25 per pair. Negligee Shirts at $ 1 .50 and 75c. Fancy Colored Balbriggau Underwear, 25c per gar ment. Are all items worth from two to three times their present prices. Fall Berbys are read' Fall Overcoats., too. RQBinSGN, GHEBY & CO,, I2i!i and F Sts. s: Don. LASS ACCUSED OK THEFT. IMeyeloDeHlerCitlillltlieCoiiiplaiiium. TluSlmriir Very lJelliint. TiHiwr'artornd G&Hnuer iraveplaced n charjre of pram! larceny against Samuel iniplhfi, who trid to iass a logus check oil Steer Beatrice, ai charge of Providence Hospital, as related exclusively in The Tj'ir yewerday. The complainant is Mr. Francis S. Calijil, the bicycle dealer, at LighteUi rtreet and PcnitfcyJvania avenue iiir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

"- .-sivKS. SZS!-'"' SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news of the world and all Washington happenings for fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ings Evening, and theSundayEdltlon. THE EVENING TIMES has later news, gives fuller accounts, has more local news, Is more up-tc-date than any other evening: newspaper published In Washington. VOL. 2. oSTO. 52S. WASOTNGrTOlSr, D. C, TUESDAY aiORlSTDTGr, ATJGrUST 27, 1895. EIGHT PAGrES. OTE 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. (Mines JDDGE BQLT WDEAWI It Is Twenty Years Old and Was Received Yesterday. ITS SENDER NOT OOWN "Written on n Single Sheet of Faded rnper, with a Portion of It Hurned. Only Two Keneflcliirle Named. I,nke Delin Appointed Executor. Holrh-iit-Law Ignored. The most dramatic incident In many years at the negater of Wills orfice here was ttie arrival...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

the moKNixg times, Tuesday, august 27, 1S95. fllll iMife 1'aud Eleventh Streets. Storage Waiohoudea 22U sL. uear JL These prices are fill ing the big Matting Rooms dairy with crowds of buyers. They're remarkably low much lower than usual made so bT the pressing de mand for more room by Sep tember 1. l.flM yards White Chiua Matting T -1 regular Jr quality, ltoducedto UU 8,8i yri 1'iftW and Check China Plaiting. 10 attorns regular p. Inequality Keducml to Ob 8,i0i yrds Fanoy Jointless China dialling, fancy checks and plaids, 10 patterns rogular Sl)c I ftp vitality. itedueedto I Uu 4,K yards Extra Quality Kaucy JeiutleM China Mat tin tr, checks and plaids, 40 patterns regular Q 1 p 2fu.-qUHlity Iteduced to IZ-U 5,808 yards Extra Fine Quality I'ant-y Joiiitlww China Matims, M jmitoriia regular 3Sc quality, llln Jteducod 10 I 2b 1,M yards Host Quality Cotton Warp Matting, 15 choice pat terns rrularfi and 40c qua!- )f)n . ties. It educed to ZUu 8,698 yards ot our Host Quality Kam-y.loimle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

f THE MOTTNTGr TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1895. 8 has convinced us of three things. The "big de mand, shows that the times are getting better that some people have money all the time, and that men ap preciate opportunities to save monej7- We'are letting them go at this ridiculously low price to clean up clean for Pall and to buy 3'our future patronage. Parker, Bridget & Co., 315 7th St. See Those Wheels? They j?o so fast you can't see the spokes. Fast sellers, too, be cause tney are equal to the very best at half the price you pay Tor others. rr-todate Alcn's Wheel S50 00 tn-to-datc Ladies Wheels (light weight) S50.00 Girls' Wheels, Boys' Wheels, Lamps, Bells, Etc. 602 F Street N. W. The "COLUMBIA" is the best, because it can have no superior. 'Tisn't possible to build 'em better. It's a thing to remem ber, too the "best" is the "cheapest" every time. District Cycle Co., "Columbia" and "Hartford" Agents, 452 Penn. Ave. WON KY IIAltD W'OHK. Tin lMiillles Put Vi a Groat Quality or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

THE MOKNTSTG- TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1S95. 4 The Washington Times (MOKNINd, KrEKIKG, AND StTKDir.) OWNED AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Timc3 Company. TIMUS IJ01LBIKO. Eoonnvnsr Corker Pennsylvania. Avexoe and a'uxTH Stkekt. Telephone Kditorlnl Rooms, HI lta&iness Ottee. 9iT. Pri S3 anting or Keening Elltlon...Ono Cent. SjtMUy IWUlon Tlire Cents. JIontMj- Ur Currier lonn and Sunday Tnlrty-five Cents. luvoisiftfr Talrty Cents. EvoHtaeawd- PUTT CENTS. WA8HIJC3TON, D. C, AUGUST 7. 1S93. Sul)erllors to "Tlio Times" will confer iv favor lij- promptly reporting any dlr-eoiirK'sy of collector, or lieti Ioct of duty on the iiurt of currlorn. Complaints either tiy nmll or in per noil will receive prompt attention. The Morning Kdltlon Hliould he de livered to it II parts of t ho city 1y :U0 o'clock a. in., including Sunday. The JSvonlns Kdition should he In tho hands of subscribers not later thuu 5:30 i. in. "The "Washington Times" is a mem bor of the Ilochdale Co-operative So ciety. :A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

THE MOI$rEN"G- TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1S95. 5 ! Lansbararb & Bro I Q II.. in. . . ....j .uui 'J. I.1IU' .-'J" .....-E1 $ EMBROIDERIES 9 9 $ -AT- f IMPORTERS' - 9 FIGURES. ! Merely to make a clean showing in our Embroid ery stock to hurry out X Y WliaL3I.UUK IbllUVVUII ilcliiu caused this awful reduc tion. 8c Yard For one lot of Cam- brlc embroidery, 3 Q Inches wide. Worth g iSU turn lijo yaru 25c Yard For 9-Inch Hem- Q stitcnea Nainsooic Embroidery. Worth 3Sc yard. 25c Yard For 27-inch Nain sook and Swiss Em broidered Flounc ing. Worth 4-Sc 4 yard. J 50c Yard For 4-5-Inch Naln- sook Embroidered Flouncing, h em- A stitched. S1.75. Wort h It's pleasant here. Our store is delightfully J cooled by our Patent W r.rr in or Fan 5 Cooling Fans. 6 -iizy " jion Af- An a Air. T41-, C 9 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. 6 e CS-"-&"Q'00"D-2 53 DON'T YOU NEED A HALL RACK? Our special sale this week Is in Hall Racks, handsome Rattan Rockers, and Ice Chests. Airy of these arti cles can be boug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

the sroitisnnsTa times, . Tuesday, aiiottst 27, isns. The new for Fall is pouring- in on us much of it is already opened up and ready for 3'our inspection. It's really the finest selection of goods that we have 3'et had in this big store you'll think so, too. We are more than de liglited with what we have to show 3ou. Furniture, Carpets, Furnishings arc here in profuse variet3T in exquisite patterns and not a bit high in price. We'll tell all about it in a few days. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Streets. 1 s li JLjSuL&s&iL' 9 Many Notable' Improvements Sent on trial. Ask for Catalogue. Wyekoffj Seamans, & Benedict COR. STH & F. STS. KECORD OP THE COURTS. Circuit Court, No. 1 .lufcth-e Colo-Hub-tard v. District of Columbia', judgment m certiorari. Criminal Court. No. 2 Justice Cole Hob o rt Kay ; receiving 8t olen property; touch war rant reioiikMl oeiii; defendant ordered com mitted. Bqwtly CoMrt, No. 2 Justice Cole In matter of Oliver P. Doim, lunatic; order auttMH-f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

THE MOllNING- TIMES. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, IS95. 1 PE1 Word PEB WORD No advertisement less thnn 10a- No advertisement 1&33 than 10s Ko advertisement less than 103. 008 OiOl W0R3 Xo advertisement Jos3 than lOi 1 08 U8!H word lis uBIli worn No advertisement less than 10s. E No advertisement Ics3 than lOi iin. iinmiii im I 'iMnimmTmiiiii i igniti,-ritiiTt.T III uBIli Word No advertisement Itm than 10s jle belli Word XoadYertLismaat lesi than IOj LEGAL NOTICE. IK TlTC SUPiMlTclmToFT7lE DIS- TUICT OF COLUMBIA Gcree V Wnt'er. Hiinif, vs Abbj K Vi alter, respondeat On motion tin ih-hIioiht. liy James T. limner, hit. solicitor, ll is ordered this l&Ui cat ol August, A. 1) 1895. that the kfeMfcmt. A boy K. 'Waller, cause lier up pimmv to Ik- enWfed herein n ur be fore tM llrA rHlv day ocean lug forty day alter lltt- daj. uWhtwih- ihe laiw will be proceeded Willi as in ease of default The object 1 this Mill ik thai the eon tract ol marriage between the parties hereto Ik- uh-lved. It is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 27 August 1895

the MOKNrrsra times, tuesdax, august 27, 1895. YOU IF need anything in Light weight Clothes or Summer Furnishings you'll be likely to find just what you want HERD at greatly reduced prices HALF PRICE or less in some instances. A few big sizes in Men' s Suits at $5.00. Separate Pants from broken suits, $2.25 per oair. Negligee Shirts at $ 1 .50 and 75c. Fancy Colored Balbriggan Underwear, 25 C per gar ment. Are all items worth from two to three times their present prices. Fall Derb3's are read' Fall Overcoats, too. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO., 12th and F Sts. cSwi: Absolutely Painless Dentistry, VCU work as vro do will btand tUo tpsts of time aud service. Our fillings nro flaw less our Aitiflcial 'loothnro natural iit tboir npjtonranoo and usefuluoss our yy T J vl eotli perfoction. Es- I J,- . trarting. bO cents, w" i' t,tuor charges pro- v 'n f portionaL Evans Dental Parlors, 1217 Penn. Avenue N. W. sc E HYGIENIC -HEALTHFUL. THE HAKDESI J HE Ithsr. MADKOl I'LlUvhl'KlNG WATER 1 clejibo...

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