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

THE MOBNUSra TIMES, SUNDAT, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. S iUiHiDrgb&Broi Mm'r- TT iwSg5 v t TO?'' &V w fir I Fill Dress ifiits lour Ming, Both spheres are well represented in our -wonderful and varied stock of Fall and Winter Dksss Goods. The leading- and representa tive textile centers, SPAR IS, LONDON AND GERMANY, have all sent their best and most ex clusive creations to us. They appeal to all tastes con servative and guy color blends in 4reat abundance. AMOKQ THE RICHEST iBFSFBCTS ARE? IFrfzotte Trilby. $1.25 yard nhassftur d'Afrlaue. 4 S1.50yard f k f I Drap AcSer, V 1 .VJW .y CLI VJ A (Point Royal e Mohair, SI-25 yard Mohair Faoonne, $2.35 yard j fGanflfr Fantaisie, S1.50yard SRaye HJrondalle, $1.25 yard Marie Stuart Plaids $!.OOyard iBTami6?orwehais medium and high-class materials for your Fail Gown. Watch our Dress Ooods Announcements. This is only the first edi tion. But the better and more practical way would be to come in, and if youVe only on an inspec tion tour we've arra...

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 September 1895

6 THE MOENIISTG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. WasKtgtoi Methods Detailed hy Sfipsrintenrient Tracey. labqrpasabe Am theoaes rrKrem Kt t-e 3ta litort&rml Vii li. iU'vMne: Um IowhtlHfc; Xnnilior of IHMti r d he Cm r(H of Sew ers Awe 2HbMe Wells. The Watt Saving Society, new In con Miuon at netrofe.. aslad few weeks age Tor a iwpresewlMtve tram the District tc hiKiid he meetings f he body to inform ur- members just what was hrt done for Hi.- waifs in Washington. Col. Traeey, Superintendent or Charities, round it l jKWNible o toe present, bat prepared a ir v hi.-h wilt toe read daring tlie oonwnthm. The following extract. Item tbe paper will prove of tatemMrt: Congvesiaonat appropriations for the rnr of jowsuite dependents of the Dtetrict T OotaartiU ww ainoant to $120,376 per -ar lite other cxnetKlitnMS of the gov- i timoot of tbe Otetrirt, this sum is paid uirug tine raited States Treasury, ane tialf out or tlie prooceds of general taxation hid one-half oat or tbe District rev...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

THE MOKKJOSa TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. tarWiUL CUMm AT NOON MONDAY. ANY one of these $10 suits we are yet selling at $5 will wear 3'ou all winter unless you are very hard on ytuxr clothes. All light Flannel and otSfccr Summer Clothing is at Half Price. fertcer, Bridget A Bo. 315 Seventh Street. vC,THE & J r AfiQS Whara you se& It on a bicycle It means BEST (hat money and skill can produce. THE LIBERTY BICYCLE travels at the head of the prooessfon. 'SEE- ABOUT IT." 5 1024 Conn. Ave. $ mVVVVVVVWBI Everything for exercis- iasg whether its used in gymnasium or field on track or river you'll find the best of here. All athletes know Spalding's supplies are un surpassed we're sole agents for them here. M. A.- Tappan ATHLETIC SCPPJLIBS, 1013 Pennsylvania Ave- Ooiv three ears on the market, yet the Crimson Rim Syracuse, in tfbe race for popularity, has shown the rear of its wheel to many an cMer competitor, and ranks among the foremost mounts of the day. its riders are larg-e...

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

8 THE MOJRJSrNG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. Is gradually filling up the counters, and it is by all odds the finest and best assortment we ever had. In the meantime, if there is anything needed in lighter weight suits, coats and vests, odd coats, sepa rate trousers, children's clothes, hats or furnishings, or summer shoes, pu'll find the price way down be low the true value of the garments, as low as ON33 WALF in some cases. The men who parade to-morrow can be supplied with whatever they have delayed getting until now. Hats, gloves, ties, easy walking shoes, etc. We'll be here until noon to serve you. Robinson, Chery 8 Co (2TH AND F STS. I You are interested when 3'ou see our announce ment of a reduction in price of sugar. The old of Philadelphia manufactures the best goods that ever comes to our chy. In fact, the best in the world. We handle ouly the FRANKLIN, and can thor oughly recommend it to our thousands of customers. Those who would secure the value of their money can do...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

lYASIirN"GTO:N", D. C, STJjSTDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. wmwuiaanMi mm kJniu. -ONLY ce Lots Lef There's lots of novel style about the new Fall Derbys you'll want to "get posted" on the fash ion. Our full line of Fall Shapes at your service. We'll "post you" gladly. -AT- Your V-dllCii lw i1 the key We Sell '' TO L "Reliable Shoes Only!" OUR jSjmJr America at the price. 1 SUOOESSp I i i I i ilifel I lrliJ Few can understand why our Shoe Business Is steadily growing larger It's simply our "Labor" that does it. We stand between Consumer and Manufacturer. We scour, if necessary, the entire Globe to find the IVIen who make the best Shoes for the least money. Every Shoe we sell is made to our order from materials selected by us on styles we suggest, and often originate. When you buy our Shoes you can depend upon it- that they are right in Style, Fit, Quality and Price if not, neither YOU nor WE are the losers, but the Manufacturer is. NEARLY COMPLETE LINES OF NEW FALL SHOES ARE ALREAD...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

10 THE MOxmiETGr- TI3CTS, SUNDAY, SEPTESEBER 1, 1859. mmnmm How Wives of Famous men Sub mit to Interviewing. MEaOLEYELAM) WON'T TALK 19IM J. Avar tSrOHlclie for Pub HiiettittwM dO?t orftourrt Wlvtts. "WiNe) Fattew Her Led -Some "Wlio Jumt T9aiy AinrHclillo and Otrn vanpa 1eetr fr ltilMcnttoii. -WMteieJaRr pre i fall of the dofOfpN of ytitriwewt mm, to mart people the in- ;Me of their llvee te found ta the i of (few borne tile, facts alwut the wises and children of tii statesmen. "No u a liero to tale valet," wy the efta adage, yt te ttrfe very ealt of do mmtc Ute that t so foil of real feelltiK. tfca ciot one loves to see a raao as he if mt lila oro fireside, out of the glare of tbe .. " . . - -I aatge eronge t pnuuc . gofeerrievruit: tbe man wlio come to Con igmt fa ttie daily life of Ue Washington re jperter. twrt, M. la a wrw trade At tbe Cap itol i et at the home ride of his life, ta been doue of hU lr a woman who autopted bfa as ber particular "fad" Hanapotttac. And a moat inst...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

THE MOBINTNGr TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1S95. 11 Congressional Library Will Be the Greatest in the World. FINE AST GALLEEY IN IT tin Uniwrnh lr iH Kext CteHtnry iind. h Half Ma Rmh lrv5lttd Fr Can AccoMtMt4Utt Xearly Five 24lHUii VrifrB Tjmiinwil lrHclHI fur MwAeA VimmmI to the CHiHfU The ewat bulkting on Canltoi HUl, In tended tw be aocosumodauViMt of riie Cuu pr.Ksioual library, now practically oniu-pk-td. to far 6 iu external ooustradton is concerned, and wrtiita Se next two jeans win toe ready for occupancy. A Mention was first called to Uie ueeertaty for micb a tnructure jy Utitariau Snofford in lt-72. and Ujc matter was continually grated front tiutt dale until 16, when tU-pram;HU;wafMircaedl'or$58S,000, tli. limitation of coat fixed at $8 ,500,000, and the erection begun of an edifice amply equipped tor tin aocoMsnooatitrti of four and nnc-toalf nulbou volumes. The library tailMing e constructed of v tin.' eranite front je quarries at Oouoard, N H. , but tin. inner court aw...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

9 THE MOKNTOG- TIMES, STWPAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. COJIPBTBNT. isr jHiwser-cllow hto yon oh Henlina lm(w? .New TIhjnm" Woll, I've lifttti In Jail four times. A ItHiMtK-'C. 7ie Knight at be Golden Laaee drew rein ttjoK flan rfctdy caparisoned fed Ut front of ttihe ancenrt -astte of Jonderforg. The porticuttfe was bauetM-d down and tbe ncawiirulee was reefed ckw t the jamb of 1 tax4aHn.-ntea doorway VtMcieU nr (-seated a greweoegrayf RHttm , rhc oatAk presented a ftrewaote gray Moot, and tut 1 tiiglrt was so itnpred by it ttfcnt toe did not observe lie daughter of ute neueaohal, who wa working to a inaaltl gaudcnntatlrf-yoadtfeeiaoat Jkaoome appeared to reettiickatgtil he atociMded to make fciB presence known b$ "word of tcoittta. rfeat. too 1 here. we auonted ttie daughter of tine oenescaal looked n inMcMf. Sue toad not before observed Ma rewcxame betes tartfcrmnmr be fcaisbt flthwrtcd asata -Witat, bo . -" Taio't no tooe, suns ttw ,21; "Jt a spade " And itoe fdtook it at I.4.A. Berne,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

THE MORNING- TIMES, SLTNTFAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. 13 ffosf rm Order VBMKB WHIOH THE FALL GIRL WILL WEAK. FirtlMfKrtaiHMisfQr"!he Season Aire Already Arriving- in Kew York. . OTHIKG in life is more interesting than the evolution and Hie following involution of tbe summer girl. T have won her for "Jt, AL) J BL two mouths past at etljrtf Newport and Narra- w j i'iiiMtn.i..jii,iini iiHiixii and Lenox, at Sara toga, ob Lake George aod up la the wildcat tbe Adirondacks, and everywhere the process lias been the wtM. Tbe stage or blie steamer or the railway train deposits at tbe inn to be an Jan, instead of merely a hotel is worth at tbe lowest reckoning $2 a day more in the bill a aaietiy dressed city girl, veiled, gloved, tailor -made, frigidly reserved. With tbe morale;: after her arrival away goes the severe frock and toque and out comes a turn down in such clumsy folds over the calves. It's to hide the bhnpc of tlio legs, I'm sure." The girl looked nt the tennis court, where only other ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, JSUNDAY, SEPTEMBER , 1895. 1 gag-- mi Hi...,, ' '' ' ' .ii..'juau - -g aiyiLjAjL!mmimaiaitiii- -i-,,, " T " Hfrft"luiai,w,gaewgg- -m f-fat- muiirp -7' gfx gjllllllliji fiS' ww A 11 $ (& ' nnnanv s rsi jf JSiKi& nI Mmml I r&Y "tliS- -: .-jiiffj yPW j 'vrm( yyq. 3WI I r fiRBATHBH'S LOAFIHG SPOTS iZjft l y JjBbiJ ffiT ffl ' Their stes Betrayed in rr 1 I iS-BWIB rafcjja Jdfiif I I Flowers They Love. f jl Slffix. HILL AND HIS ROSE BUSHES LamV I MSKV DIKMERS FOR DUHBiYEH Valkyrie's Noble Q wiser Will Be IRoykUy feasted. KOWC1L AFFAIRS ARRANGED Yachtsmen and Society Folk Will One knottier in Tlieir Atteutious. DowifeeItay.AOT-3l. TocoasdeLord Dottcavea for the cum wok be mart, not fee oHowaa to carry home wttk kin there wtB te many dinners awi hi bis honor, and nearly ewy one of these will be upon the bay and in tils cbosen rfetneotsatmoa plterc and water. Tbe viands will deviate s. litUe tram the straight and sanitary pa of air and aea, bnt-they win have aa ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1895. 15 W0-H00 DAY APPROACHES Woderf al Brotherhood Pre pares for September 9. TEE iSI ARK OF THE UHIVERSE T iffim Will Kneel 9,099 0ioo-Hoos to Do Him Honor. ' mm Man Dar anflronches. Tbta can be i mi wwiihii in in imiiwi nnf mrtit unty to twone iMfeomQefMiHiiti mighty fcecm order :Ui & Hou Hoo Hay to tbe ninth F or the ninth moon of the year. The meeting begins ttoe ninth minute 9 p. M. oil that day. The initiation fee ts S9JM9, and the aMMiat duet arc- 88 watt. Bracbreu are knows as kiueus. The aymttol of the order i a black cat -with and tall mi. cboseu becaitee of Me nal sine lives. Toe nniuuettship Is to 8 ,89 memberc, aud at this date lit aAmoat made n. Vtaase details may euggest to tbe average Uiat the Jloo Hos are a tnvcit lot nat tbeir existence In no ectiFe im- i as addition, to the sobriety of nation?. ilMitr t otfon ts e rotteone. Far from 'bnfrna- unpractical, tbe oiganteatSou of ffcc 1K Ham has apfaied itretf to tbe so HaHa...

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

i I, THE MORINGr TIMES, STOtDAT, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. 16 mm Life as It Is Seen in a G Street Boarding House. HTJMAtf ODDITIES ARE THERE All TyitMSh of -UstHUtnltj Found, From tJe J-aHfcHly te tlie Crazy Imon tor The Oosottel and lilt, Chances of AtMrrjHR Headless " umii "! Jier Le Affair. WMSfatagton has bten aptly named "the ciu of boarding booses " fit term was not mtoapfdied, for nowbere i this broad laud can toe found a place of' its stws and population where there are so many cheap hosleMes Commencing with Uie tow priced lodging bouses tmfetg First street awl B street, wear die CaiHtol Park, w here beds can be bad for fifteen cents jhjt ntghi, tlie scale continues upward from ?S per -week boarding house to tttoee with high sound lng names where the weekly rate is any where from $6 to $12 Tbe cheap boardiug bouse is this cMy te a veritable human menagerie, where nien and women of almost every too wn con duion Meek asylum The types of humanity in those hasheries are almost as varie...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER I, 1895. 17 interesting Gossip About Wheels aad Thsir Devotees. )BnUE8 FOR THE fiOAD BAOE dalkifMwra StaiywriH Wli "Will Try the UoNI A"m lJookwmn on t he Texas ?CW5iita lr. W. HwieWHSs Iiccaiiiu iH IffXrfsUMMll Wheal Xote-, of "Hwij cyr Waahiii,Uni wW thank ITtoe Times if it wfll Uy to impress on the tSaual officials the fcnoroe to us of feawtec Ok utiM tei dear of ijtass." vbM a wrti-kuowu rider yrtiterday. Kar ljr wery uaday morning the alrecU In traat of luwy groceries an Kiewn with robblsb of all kinds. Around nearly every oraas atm aaloon the ccnadiUou of things fie want The grocery people sweep the ilnib that accumulates ou Saturday into '.the aired, awd MtMy Mm on it etwiahts con aMeratrit: broken giant. Around the sa loons toftAian boUiea ae mnnerotM. These lofts of clans are death on the bicycle lire. Tin ilti li of t ae reined by them. There 4s a taw MxblbttlM the throwing etMBjr curt, rf rubbish into the streeui, aud 1 agoHo be eofcue...

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

15 THE HOKNTNG- TIMES, SMDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. Matters of Interest to Organized Workiagmen of the District. MBXniUtfGS FOB THIS "VVMHK. satmAX. September i. L. A. m&. K. riL, mwrtdawa, Btks' Hall, Ninth an Pwstfal& a-wanoe. National Attiaooa of Theatrical Swge Employes, Uatt. 1SI E street. Washington Ttavw AasemMy, K. at L., limes BuUdlug, p. in. Bricklayers' Colon, Seveatti ad L-streets, distribution of uniforms. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. Labor Oar ?. Ecc-ntrtc AJocaiCten Engineers, excursion to Marshall Halt. Bricklayers' Onion, Ko. 1 Excursion to Buena THU. Printer' excursion to Ktver Yiew. Douglass Aesnuly of Steam Engineers Grand entwtalmneMt, Q. A. X. HaM, Feafl Eylvanla avattue, B o'clock p. ra. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER S. Federation of !Labor Plasterer' Hall, Four-and-bntf street and Pennsylvania avenue WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. L. U. Ko. 1, Cartjenteiis aad Joiners Ball. 4.19 Tenth street Columbia Lodge. Xo. 174 Maotatatete McCauley's Halt. FewtMylvaat avenue southeast. L A 11...

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

19 enii Panf Per HB uSill Word No advertisement less than 10a One Cent & ' Noadvertlsemant lesi than 10a. THE MOBNTSTGr TIMES, STOTDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. One Cent ft No advertisement less than 10. Orift Prtnl Psr 116 18111 Word No advertisement leas than 1 0 Of ; ta n Dm tin PfiBlY rtn 118 bBEil Word No advertisement less than lOo- L t-i ' Oiis tal A No ndvertlsemont less than 10. lio yollt WORD No advertisement less than 10o- LOST. LOST Abeat 1:S Ag. 31. in Center Masted am suacfe sMe. noeketbeok ce- tntetea cottwcMaK w $.!. awl a oar tie Oader rewarded If returned to 232 k 13 i-2 i. fs1:?!. XiOT M WU oU et near 144k. atiuat half past ten yesterday morning. PIMer wifi please retura to Mrs. U. 1'. 1M3K&AY, 1514 U at., aud get reward. eel-It LOST Tiwiraday evening, brown pocket- J book, saver corners, ooeiaimng " sbsnge, photo, etc. Owner's name in sWe. AddrwB.M., tt;VJ.ftee. sel-lt LOST Ob the grouti "at Bay KdSt Sunday, Ag. , l 'r'6 gold Tiant- 'iag cane watch; we etiftkS ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 September 1895

20 THE MOIWrNG- TIMER, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. aide schools mm Recent Progress in Industrial Education in England. EXAMPLES POE EMPLOYERS r'ier SfKKtaMiMtrtoH of Stndies and h I-amer rtasfwrtltoH f Schools for 1 iiftittte OWRirtiloidtar Trades lior-d-eMleiKM) 0mmerobiI and Ih tiuMrUl XitHC- (From fine rbttadeiphla Lodger.) It Hid m hand with commercial braining Cm & instruction in the industrial arte. 1 in one is tbe complement of tbe otber. 1 ium-al education teaches as bow in in goods; commercial education bow bo f. . tlK-ia Tbe progress m the latter branch oi i h general wrtiject of promoting export trad whicbfeastoeeaat&eadedwltii notable r. - Its abroad, especially n Oeeniaay. has in' ad v been described bt Obese dispatches. Ii ib worth white to give sonic attention tiNo ( the priniary cimditions of tiiefutiiie j.!..w ih of mr exports of manufacture, viz.: 1 in improvement and special adaptation .. our pr. ceses to tte needs of foreign couiunes by means of fatter and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 September 1895

.. Tp'HC JEVCMItf O tlMtl SB H "- v imes :ri t TIMS !.& c l nwc h warn twtrm local Mnra. l ha miy ! published In Wi MMiWWWWMW VOL. 2. KO. 534. WASIIIKGTOST, B. C, MONDAY MOKNZNG, SEPTEMBER 2, IS 9 5. 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. TOOLS 18 BE OBflPPED flB BUI Warkingmen of ths District Will Parade and Every One Else Will View the Great Pageant. " " ; , ' y EOUTE OF THE MAECH AND Origin of Labor Day and the Part Which District "Working-men Piaj'ed in Its Establishment As a Legal Holida Some of the Floats Arranged by the Different Crafts "Where the Pic nic Parties Will Go How the Day Will Be Observed Elsewhere. La br Day parade la Washington thisycar -will fiuris ftt Ikhh quantity and quality any pevs demonstration of like charac ter. It win lte entirely ukh)ui. Oilier pro-ce-seiotK aw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 September 1895

THE MOUNINa TIMES. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1895. s jBJr 1 4kl$8aL Fund Lioveutb btreets. Storage Warehouses d st, noar M. No uou&oliold should bo with out the "15ABETTE." It 3s uosobsa for Baltics and Children. Trice fl.25 Lawn and Porch Chairs and Rockers and Benches are being closed out at cost, and it's a widely varied slock that's left to your choosing. Many prices are remarkable. Think'of a great, big, solids-constructed Lawn Bench, with iron braces, for $1.95 that's large enough to hold three people, or one large enough to hold four for $2.60. Big Poreh Roakera find little ones, teo Lmw Chairs, ItechninK Chairs, Cottage feaUes, Saltan Couches and other Batta Plecos nil bo at t10 'Cl0sr 1 tug-wit I'rwes My sto'ok of Jewelry Is the bt ssJeotod In the city. The New Fall Styles are unique and beautiful pre cious gems in settings -which show them , to the greatest advantage Cold and Silverware of wondrous deeiftn and perfect work manship The display in my window Is only a faint in...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 September 1895

THE MORN EN G- TITLES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1S95. GENESIS 3E L&BOB DM BOBBED I OFFICERS nr-WJLL CLOSE AT NOON -MONDAY. the ANY one of these $10 suits v c are yet selling at $5 will wear 3' on all winter unless you are very hard on your clothes. Ail Light other Summer Half Price. Flannel and Clothing is at Parker, Bridgets Go. 315 Seventh Street. OJO --5-0--0 03-0 1 I Flying I Through the Air Is just the feensatlou you'll get l.y riding a -CJU'.MBIA " lt smooth and Tayr Running cr requires, the uuuimum of tii-fjion 10 propel it it's a "Columbia." year ? usi t tluu.bia"' and BariforJ Agent f 452 Penn. Ave. t f 5-0 ss Ye deire to express our thanks to the public of Washington for the remarkable manner in h which they supported us with their patronage on our Opening Da. It's true during several hours of the rush we were not able to give the attention to all that we should have desired, m Eel but we assure our pa trons that this shall not occur again. We are preparing for a grand wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 2 September 1895

the mob:nt:n"g- times, mokdat, September 2, 1895. 4 ) The Washhiflton Times (ilOKNiNa, Evening, and Sunday.) OWNED AND ISSUED BTT The Wasuinrjlon Times Company, TIMES BCILDINO. PODIBIVEST COIU.EK TENNSTlVANU. AVEMJE AND TENTH SrilEEE. Tclopuono Editorial Rooms, 131 liuulnoss Office, S3. "frlce Marnlnp or Evening Editlon...Ono Coat SaiHUyJWitlon Throe Cents JUontbly uy Carrier J owning and fauuday ...Thirty-flvo Cents. Evening Thirty Cent Sliralng, ) Xvuntegatid- FlITV CENTi WASHINGTON, JL. C., SEPTEMBER 2. lS'sL Subscribers to "Tlio Time-" will confer iv favor by promptly report lug tiny dlcourtey ot culloctorh, or neg lect of du:y on tlie iurL of currier. Complaint eltbor by iuuil or in per hun will rocohu piouipt attention. Tho Morning Kdltion hbould bo de livered to all part of the city by 0:30 o'clock a. in., including Sunday. The livening Kdltion Hbould bo in tlio liund of bubcribcib not later tlian S:30 i. m. "Tlio Wiinhinston Time-." I a mem ber ot tlio Itocbdulo Co-oiieratlv...

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