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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 29 October 1895

' j"3WSS,S5''gi THE EVENING TOfES. llIJE3rA.Y OCTOBEB 29, 1895. THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW .gJBNTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. SMALL f SPECIAL NOTICES. HAVE this date. October 21. 1895. Mild out my coal business, 1117 18th it., to Wallers A Co., whom I recommend to uy patrons, etc. II. B. KEIZEM8TEIN. l-eIll WASHINGTON. D. C.- P-2M '. lsiiO. American Castle, No. 3, K. O. E. A special nieeiniB or the nboTo Castle will lie held at the Castle Hall, lo-niorrow, Tu esday, evening, October29lh,at7o clock, to make arrangements for the funeral of our deceased Brother A. I Chllcls. A JlesC J. H. Thompson, M. of K.; Jno. W. Offuir, N. 0. " OFFICE or the Excise Board of the District of Columbia. Washington. D.C., Oct. 8. 1805. Application for transfer of tiarroom license from J. C. Mulford to O. W. Cochran, Hotel Cochran 14th and K stsc nw., has been received. ROOLK WILLIAMS. Clerk Excise Board. It HELP WANTED MALB. WANTED-Experienced retail cloth ins salesma...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 29 October 1895

Svt-" v . : "51 H s. THE EVENTNGr TIMES, -TUESDAY, -OCTOBER 29,. 1885. tr lK m IF That predictedscoldwave want a heavier uvercoat, but you need not want one long. Stop in here and in ten min utes you can be suited and fitted perfectly. No matter what style you want or what price you care to pay you can get better value and better fit here than elsewhere. Our line of Coats at $20 and $25 far surpass any thing ever before seen at the price. "All wool, fast color Kerseys, Meftons and Beav ers in blue, black, brown and Oxford, Clay serge body, and satin sleeve lining, deep velvet collar, made close fitting or full back, knee lengths or longer, in any style length or shape you want in sizes to fit all men. Other coats as low as $ as qj4-o eacn ana every one in eacn ana every grade fully worth .every cent of its cost. Overc oats and Reefers for Bojs of all ages the big' gest and best line in town all prices. ROBINSON. CHERY & CO.. I2TH AND F STS. MAYER it PETTIT. TIT. I Are we not the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

J.s -r :S5SX-- rSm rrHv es WEATHER INDICATIONS. (Rie HHows ucnuui until y fksieis S1D1Y, M ETERT 12 E9BR3 ETEHBG s - SQe. A MnHTlL Fair. Knsterly winds. Probably rulii to-morrow. VOL. 1. NO. 7 3. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNSEBAYj OCTOBER 30, ,1805. ONE CENT. ROASTED OVER SLOW FIRf Horrible Retribution Visited Upon a Negro Fiend in Texas. THOUSANDS AT THE SCENE Bunted Down by Dogs, tlio Wretcli Whs Captured by Officers, Who Surrendered Mini to the Mob, and tin? Husband ot tbe Murdered Woman Applies the Torcb. Tyler, Texas. Oct. 30. For the second Unic in the history of the Lone Btar State s negro Ii.ib paid the penalty of his brutal conduct by being burned to death at tho take. Last Sunday evening Mrs. Leonard Bell, the nineteen-year-old wife of a pros perous farmer living near Kllgore, visited her mother, and about dusk started to walk tome oluug a lonely road. On the way she passed a cotton gin where a number of negroes were at work. Boon afterwards her mutilated body was found at the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

'fS s;rsv.v J .' -".- s.4f - V-i- , ,-11, the j:yEyiy& titles, jwyspis esday,- October 30, 1895. 1 ris I F Street Corner Eloren to. Storage Warohouse, tadnaar-u. R 111 ir 1 A $15 chair for $7.50. A roomy, com fortable Arm Chair with back high enough to rest the head. Finished mahog any over fine curly b i r c h showing a beau tiful grain. Spring seat, below, pressed damask or broca- covered leather, telle. . Really a fine chair at the price. Highly polished. HE IDVISED SPUiKIIG Judge Kimball Starts One ping Post in a Family. TWO LADS TO BE THRASHED Merchant Nnsh Wan -Vot Allowed to Plead Ignorance, or tlio Ijiw Airntimt Stri-ot Obstructions HU Uuuur Ei curluted Two Men Arretted on Sus picion Dock Whs Creiwdeel. "I want to be Ibe Jeweler who cornea Into your mind flistl" An Exquisite Match Box II irfff illl In Solid silver beautifully e ngra.vo.l and strongly made. A charming and use ful gift for a Gentle man. Tho "price 1ii right, too my prices alwayi are. Two Dollars. I have St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

acpe1 -""3 - t"w,s-i 1ST t -ir - - tW-isnAr fJ i THE EVENING 'iL"i .-: "i lUKKFH, BKIDCKT CO, 31 boventh btrcet TO-DAY and to-inorrow are the last two days you have to work for the first little pony and cart. Bring your cards in to-inor-row night before store clos ing in order that the three newspaper men may examine them and our books and make the award. If vour men friends have a suit of clothes or overcoat to buy this winter, induce them to buy to-day pr to-morrow. In any event they will get the full value for their money or may have it back. 'Twas a good thing we prepared for doubling last winter's business. j 4 ; -i v Ml IRE IFFEGTED Commenrorte Offid1 Decision in the Scottish Me Case. FOUR RIVAL BODIES HERE Parker,Bridget&Co. Clothiers, 3 1 5 Seventh3 St. Like a Breeze A in its swiftness and titer" smooth mnlinn is 7A, the "COLUMBIA" Cycle. No road too long or too rough for the rider of this paragon of wheels. It's a machine that CAN'T break down. Tuition all day long at C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

HRT 7&m . yjf.E JEvnignarty times,! WEDKESPiir, October 30, isds. The WashingtonTimes OWNED AND ISSUED BY """" The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, ECCTUVtXSTCOBKERl'EVNSTLTANLl AVKXUX AND 'IKNTU STREET. ' Telephone Editorial Rooms, 433. Bcslnesit Offlea 33. Trice a!orDingorienhiE Edition. .One Cent Sunday Edition. Three Cent. Xonlhly by Carrier Eon tag and Sunday. Thirty-lire Cents. Evenlne Thlrty'Cents. JlornHir, ) Evening and f a; ...Fiirr Cents. suniay. WASHIKfiTON. D. C. OCTOBEIl 30. 1805 SiiImcHIxth to "Tlio Tlnies" will confer u favor by iireniiitly.rportliiB; any discourtesy of collectors or nej-K-ct of duty on the pint of atrrlorw. Complaint e-ltlier by mall or In per kon will re-celo prompt intention. Tilt -Mornlnt: Kdltlon .lionlil be de llx-red to nil parts ol tlio city by 0:.10 o'clock it. in., liicludtnj; Sunduy. The EwuliiK Edition should bo In tbo luui.l of hubKcrlbcra not later tbun SUlO p. m. IttJeried mnnuHcrlptH are usually returned when accompanied ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

mm TSSMr3SStKJr. '. ' THE EVENING TJMES, .TKEpyESDATfr OCTOBER 30, 1895. ? t ? ? ? ? ? ? ? t 1 f 4 A A ; Lansburgh & Bro. This Cap 75c. S'SS .i'Tr- jr-- ivrv k1.. m . " -n.i mm itj . EEm 75c. This Infants' Cap in white, made of le gant quality em broidered silk with doublelaceruching around face, large pompon of lace and baby ribbon on top. Extra wide silk .strings to match. All Sizes. Special price. A A A A A A A A A A A A 75c The "Nona" Corset. Made expressly for us a by the W. B. people, The best $1.00 Corset made. We guarantee the f x- , r u- : ill ana wear ui uiese in every respect. A 1 420, 422. 424. 426 7th St S. KAM, $ CO., 8th & Market Space. 3 Special items in lining- that are of such excellent values that we cau only offer them for one day at such prices. Oriental Fiber Ctmmol In black and aaiurul. ISc 39c 10c 'Ucnutno French Hair Worth 65c.. Yard wide Fast Black Itustlo Teroa- S. Kami, Sons Ho., 8th and Market Space, v OCEAN STKAMEHS. FOR EUROPE3 ami the Orient t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

fcSSS,?233y. '. "- - . j V . . ,- 'x s: - . THE EVEXtyjGr TIMESf TJEDyEsfrAJV OCTOBER 30,-1395. Cheap but goocL We have singled these- items out to act as decoys we lose nionej' on them, but they bring us new customers, who" will soou be regular customers. " " 1 II 100 Dining-room Chairs. Solid Quartered Oak, box seat, cane, highly polished. A regular $2.50 Chair. Our decoy price is $1.75. Same Chair upholstered in best grade of leather $2.50. "We have a very few of those elegant Bedroom Suits left that we are selling for $18.00 they are splendid 3 pieces, quartered oak unusually large bevel plate glass 24x30 woven wire spring all hair mattress. They arc absurdlv cheap at $18.00. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, Seventh and D Streets Northwest. LIGHTHOUSE IN OPEN SEA Daring Piecs of Engineering Under taken by the Government. If Succeful the Culled Slutt-s Will Hihh Accomplished a Crowning Triumph In Science. A difficult and costly liiece of engineer ing lias been unuertaken by the TTnited States ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

' ZTrt- JT?sK5s,r - ' ti - Is - ---, f 4 THE ITVENINO TJ3IE8. WJEDNESOA.Y OCTOBER 30. ls3. THE "HIKES' 32,000 SMALL ADS. REACHL 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CEKTS -ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. p lareac- J Svwr.'-ssjfi SURETY srnciAi. notices. THEFnNERALitU.I'.Marliwood, V C. or Decatur Lodge, No. 0. K. of P., will late place lo-day at 1 p. in- from Grace Episcopal Church, comer Ninth nnd 1) streets southwest. Members ot the lodge will assemble at their castle liall at 12 m. SUler lodges respectfully Invited to.nlelul. w. B. RENNEK. K.of R.and8. It HELP WANTED-MALB. WANTED-3 single hustlers for .the grocery and prciM&lon business. Ap ply nfU-r 6 p. m. at GARDEN MARKET, No. 033 E St. se. lt-cru WANTED -Advertising solicitor: rxprriciiuisi: call Thursday bet. 10 and 11 a. m. PRINTER. 711 G st. Item WANTED-An -ipprentico carpenter. Apply ootf I'n. ave. nw. lt-em W ANTulD A boy to learn eakc-oak- Ins. AMUEIN'S. 1426 7th at. nw. ucl0-2t WAWTED-A lirsl-class drummer: one mat ii acquainted ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 30 October 1895

Sp -Vs'r!-V?'- y C - THE- EVENING TIMES, .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1S95: If We GoulF Sell a GOOD OVERCOAT af $ lOiOO we" wouldn't have auy ten dollar coats, for QUALITY- is the first consideration herb,' and no matter what the price of a'garmU.LjQU can depend upon it being RELIABLE and giving SATISFACTORY'service. Blue and Black Beaver and Kersey Overcoats-' at $ 1 0.OO that are ALL WOOL and FAST COLOR, are well trimmed and tailored, fit perfectly, and are superior to lots of coats sold else where at S12.50 and $15. Suits, too. Good ones at lO.OO. A big-variety of them, 'in cluding our celebrated standard Crow Black and Imperial Blue Rough Cheviot, in single and double-breasted Sacks and Cutaway Frocks. All sizes ad shapes to fit Till men. ROBINSON, CHERY CO., I2TH JUiO F STS. cCothest furnishings, hats. shoes. &! SMV feSri The More you spena Here Now The More You Save. All our FUUXITUKE-CAi:-VET M ATlIXGS-DnAr-FUIO STOVES-I1EDD1XG-CIMCKEItl WAHK-LAMl-S-OPFIUE KOItNITUlSE-ETti and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

m WEATHER INDICATIONS. mm A.. jm - 7r MWW. t! FBSIKfS SUIDiT, M EM 12 1013 ETCH I lOtllOIH. ' - -I. fine Bain. Northeasterly winds. Warmer to-morrow afternoon. VOL. 1. 2STO. 7 0. WASHrNGT02f, ONE- CENT. ucmna D. CM- THUB8DAY, OCTOBER -31, 1895. Berts Sale 01 Clothing. We are hustling out the 40,000 Btock of the late firm of H. A. Ha zelton & Co.. of New York, which we bought at the sheriff's sale. We started tha ball rolllne at " 44c On the Dollar, and now we are doing even better than that. Lower and lower eo our prices, and faster and faster the barsalns set snapped up. The ea ger crowd of purchasers grows ble arer every day. Don't miss your chance luck like this doesn't often come your way. Hen's Heavy Winter Suits. Dou- $3.65 nie ana Mhgie Breasted Men's Strictly All-Wool Cheviot CtC fl suits, wholesale iirice $11.00.... J3.4U Heavy Winter Clay Worsted Suits Regent cut and Sack: regular $6.75 -niioicsaie price ir oo, Oxford Mix Winter Suits, Double and Single Breasted, Caskl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

Mmn0BWWMEMMB3IKSraMnBHlBIMMI t j&tt'iSgtw 2 " .,.- 1 ' s THE BYEJNXNG- TIMES, THIFBSDAY, vOCTOBEB 31, 1895. a &v&&&ffi3&SEFlF ft. JU9lJEt F Street CernerElerentn. fctorage Warehouse, - .2d near M. We warrant theVc -ndltlon of every thing we sail, whether sold at a loss or at a profit. pTano Stool, $1-25 Another of our triumphs Of buying. H vve hadn t been on the alert for unus ual val ues and opportunities we wouldn't have dis covered this bargain. It Is In three woods polish mahoganr finish, ebony and oak. Strongly braced Top raises aud lowers "I want to be the Jeweler who comes Into your ruiud llrtl" Sterling Sifoer Hail Polishers, $175; tDortQ $2.50. It you hare old gold in the house qultr ii&oles bring It to me nud I will allow for It oq purchase luuile C. H. DAVISON, I105 F St. N. W. FIGHTING ABOUT GHOSTS Remarkable Suit at Law Now Being Heard at Auderson, Indiana. Wealth. '.Man Sued liy it Medium nv.fl blilrltu.ilKtle I'lieiuiiiieni. May Ho TeMi'd I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

-------------- P1P Jiwf r&--S5S! feSI?8 - ; r- - --i wj- . y t ,- ' & V, " - !-- - -. THE JJVJBNIXG TIDIES, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1895. B"l";g"P,-SIgjg"l"BB"gg"""flB 5T r r.lKKKB, BfillHiET it CO., 3tS r-erent- Street ALL the Jittle boys and girls who have been working for the little pony and cart must bring in their cards be fore 6 o'clock to-night. The committee of newspaper men will meet at the store to night, compare the cards with our books, and make the award. The winner will be announced in to-morrow morning's papers. How we regret we have not ponies and carts enough to give ever- one of -these little agents one of these grand little turn-outs. Never mind, the losers will have two more chances, as the second con test will begin November 1st, and the third December 1st. Parker, Bridgets Co. Clothiers, 315 Seventh St. True as Steel." The "CO LUMBIA" Cycle. Ev ery part ab solutely per- tect. it s a wheel to be relied on under all circumstances. A "Co lumbia'' never gives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

? s-pjp wlSF ?".''''' "5' THE EVENING TIMES; THUJZ.SDAr, OCTOBER 31, 1895. TheWashingtonTimes (llOKKKO, ETEJEiO, ASS SCKDat.) OWNED AXD ISSUED BT Tte Washington Times Compan?, TIMES BuTLDLNO, CornnrzsTCOEimrxnraTLTAKiA. Atotoz and Texth Bteixe. Tolopfcone Editorial Booms, 43S. Business onc' S3T. Tries Horning or Erenlng Edition. .One Cent Sunday Edition.. ... ....Three Cents. Jfonthly by Carrier Heroine nd Sunday. Thlrty-Brs Cents. Zvoslnf Thirty Centa VotiiIlc. ) Evonlisana- Finr CErrs. Bnnday. J WASHIKOTOS, D. C. OCTOBER 31. 1833 -ffSOifi ur voeil'- jTRA'OKTIt&USCJH? S Subscriber to "Tlio Tiroes" will eontcr a favor by promptly roportlni; nny dlconrtciy ot collectors or neg lect of duty on tiTb part of carrier. Complaints c-ltticr by nrnll or Id per son "111 receive prompt attention. TIih Morning Edition i.bu)(l bo de livered to nil parts of t lie ctty by tSUlO o'clock u. m including Sunday. Tlie Evening Edition should bo In llio hands or .ucrl bens' not later tUun 5:30 p. in....

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

THE EVENING TIMES, 'T3ITIRS DAY, OCTOBER 31, 1895. -s I Cloak-room News. ; Lansburgh&Bro To-day marks the ar rival of Five Hundred of these handsome Jackets in the very newest cuts. They can be yours for Nine Dollars and Ninety-, eight cents. $9.98. With us the buying of a Coat means much. We guarantee the fit, the wear and the style and even more, we will keep your coat in repair for vou for one year It is a novel idea, and never been done before; but we want to go a step further than any one else, just to be your "Coaters." Of course higher and lower priced coats to your inclina tion. 120. 422. 424. 426 7th St . S. KAM, &C0., 8th & Market Space. LADIES' Cloth -finished Mackintoshes in brown and grey checks, deep cape a garment that is warranted waterproof, steam vulcanized, and warranted not to grow hard. 1.89. Will do the same service as any that cost S5.00. S. Kan, Sons Co., 8th and Market Space. The Rink 1 Hat Racks Special To-day at The Rink. This solid quartered o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

.vWiS.-1, -"-XS" P&S5S-3S i w-.t, T;.r.-o.?.?.i2::-v77.t.l-'V- - -r Z&lFWSHr ,.fi jtv-. '-. gj- ,&&!'? ., 'JWW -S,H -"a, "" ' n-' f. rf"V y i TELE EVENING TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1895. THIRTEEN IK THE DOCK Dally Bargains. . j3 z . . Two One-day Specialties. To-morrow we will offer as specialties two Parlor Stiites, and the price we have put on them is ex actly what they cost us. We do this just to keep your interest in our store alive. A Frame Suite Covorcd with brocatsllr, excel lently madi. mauoirnny lln Uu, splendidly upholstered 5 plow, rocker, arm-i-hiir, sofa nnas chairs. Tho regular scll lug prico is c35. To-morrow wo $22.50 uuiy ask. . An Overstuffed Suite. D pieces covered In tapestry, jmpiro pattern, thoroughly well made ana boaiiliful Iln- $25.00 ish. For to-morron ouly. .. We have hundreds of other pretty suites for ever room in the house and even' one is a bargain. Our Carpets Aro famous, rn hare suiii variety of tex ture nuJ desleu IlrusseK Axiuins...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

H7 lSgSff!Sgffi kt&fr-l W PfPPP iui$ t "V ' tSZ&S-'- - -k- JT' " ihe myumasf -tiiuss. Thursday octobeb i. s. X THE TIMES' 32,000 SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW (GENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. - "' t SURETY 'I SPECIAL NOTICES. THERE will bo a special anniversary Reformation bcrvltv Held this evening 7:30 p. in., at Christ En. Luth. Church N J. ave. aim Muxgan st. ttw. Subject, "The reformation ot the c hurth byMnrtln Luther. MASONIC-A special convocation i of asnmgtoii R. A. Chapter No 2 will be held Jn the Chapter Chamber Jtiursuay. October 31, 1893, at 7 o'clock p. in;for the purpose, ot -utiendlu,r the luneral or our late rompanton, Jos. W. Arnold .Com panions of slitter chapters fraternally In vlted lo.nttenil. Iv order of the E. II. P. B. A. DELLETT, Secretary. H AI.Ii Democrats oTtho District are in vued to Join the Interstate and State Democratic Clubs to altt nd the great mass meeting at Laurel on the fremiti; of the 31st instant. Senators Uorman, Morga...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 31 October 1895

m ct rrmitx&Mami j HlH'C - TCW &Kmr.;g'S 5rS p.s-.r "Vpssse V- " THE EVENING ' TIMES. THUBSDAY, OCTOBEE -31, 189J5. TEN, TO ARRESTHENRY UEORGF TWELVE. FIFTEEN, TWENTY, or any price up to FORTY FIVE DOLLARS buys:tlfc best suitjoroyercoat HERE that the same amount cancommand anywhererih:Amcrica:flWc've proved it to the satisfaction of hundreds ofWashington's best-dressed men, and can prove it to you in a very few moments. The biggest variety in town,. new and exclusive designs, ' superior fabrics, trimmings and workmanship. Styles to suit every one. Suits, double and single-breasted sacks, cutaway frocks, English walking coats, Prince Albert frocks, full-dress and Tuxedo. Overcoats, Coverts, knee lengths, ankle lengths, Paddocks, Cape Coats, Inverness, Military Coats, Storm Coats and Ulsters. The most complete Haberdashery stock, the finest stock of Shoes, the best line of Hats are HERE under one roof. Stop in to-day and see how easily we can suit and fit you. ROBINSON. CHERY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 November 1895

e&-ar'tnr-TJ i-- WEATHER INDICATIONS., rt . ,i s -i - 'ii5v - ;m ' .cstx rw n - -- rr .sCi-T j- -.-t ar . tliv.v 3 -!&' " -cr-uT,i.-.5 -" -is-f -V4. t - v :. .- - '"vrt-s&siafesss "-5nu-jr: , r- r 1 3w: $$fipg' Stmes Wit, M. ETHT111SI15 mm I jjkLi im. !? Huhi. NortliciiKtertj' IixIk. Warmer to-morrow afternoon. it'' WASHrNttTOX, D. C. PBIDAj- NOVEMBER 1, 1895. (JVffE CEfT. VOL. 1. NO. 77. OB'ttlHG PiHIY CALLS Cabinet Officials, Chiefs and Clerks Going Home to Vote. CLEVELAND IS NOT IN IT Morion and Olney Will Not Leave Wnrdiliiirton Public Printer Bene dict In Already at Work Lumont Ihit. Been CaiiunlKiiUJSAH Summer. Gon-dji at the Local Clutw. Hundreds of office holders "arc going home to vote uisImuiic of ihem'are-nbwing why others are not. "They look at It as u priviugc ami a duty, imlf rates have bee" t cured rij iTieiniKTS of bdlh the gnsil political parties. Him the necessity In several states-is jiresslng. r-ume ii tlie i.iglur officials ha.ve set the example, ll....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 1 November 1895

mgsmn a?rlB?JBB?HmiHiHB?B?B?a ' H 1 1ll i HI HUM WW II ' Iff "I il H I' Hull ' -"" .-Zr' t&itJZnt. VP 7juiTi-K?51-,?r? -r -jJt - LoULKU -'CA' . -S - .jJT &"- . - --ciJi. .. Ti " ..: Wt"-l 1 ' iV "5-e T-. -".? -U? .- - --Yvg c-vi-p-? :,sej?r'i.---- "--- "l-t" .THB EVENINCh. TIMLES, .JtlDAX., KOTEMBEB 1. 1895. MMES F Street Corner EleTenth. "Horace Warehouse, ssd near il. Friday and Saturday will be Parlor Furniture days Every piece of furni ture that could be used in a parlor will be sold at a price reduced below the lowest figure quoted for it. Parlor -cabinets; fancy -and heavy drawing-rooln suites, gold furniture, mantel cabinets, and ever' other article that comes under the head of Par lor Furniture comes within the limits of the sale. Good sold daring these two days at tho prices we're quoting are for cash only, ou or tieforu delivery, and cannot be pat oa car book as a charge account No goods eta be exchanged or tent oa approvaL I want to be the Jeweler who comes into y...

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