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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 July 1895

THE WASHTNGrTQ-N TX3IES, TEPyESPAY, JULY 10, 1S95. - ' 0--jo0 -0-0- -D 3-5'S 0 f 9 1 Lansbargh &Bro J i - , rrr Y 9 LIGHT SUMMER CURTAINS AND $ PORTIERES. $ 1 Lot Stripe Tama- tive Ctirtains, 4-0 y inches wide. 3$l.ou fi yards long .... pall X Worth S2.50. v Lot Silk Stripe J Curtains, 50 in. V wide, 3X yards $2.95 a long ..... pair, a Worth $4.00. V Lot Snow Flake Curtains, 40 in. wide, 3 yards $3.00 long TAIIJ. Worth S4.50. Lot Silk Stripe Grenadine Cur tains, 50 in wide, $4.00 3lt yards long . . pair. Worth S5.75. TAPESTRY PORTIERES. 1 Lot Tapestry Dnrtioroc FrinPfl f ? on bottom, 50 in. $3.75 t wide, 3 yards long paik, Worth $5.50. 1 Lot Tapestry Portieres, Silk fin- . ish, oO in. wide, 3 p4-.oO yards long . . . taik. Worth $6.00. 1 Lot Tapestry Portieres, Fringe side and bottom, 50 in. wide, 3 $5.00 yards long . . . pair Worth $7.50. t I Estimates furnished free 0" chaj-gc on Awnings e Loose Couejs. and Window o I . , V ott&aes. 1 20. 422. 424. 426 7tl St 0G-"-eC-0- G-S...

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. — 10 July 1895

the wAsnisroTonsr times, Wednesday, juey 10, isos. Still holds srood from Tlllw 7fh ffl At inPlnOlTTQ I Ulllj 111 IU Hill, lilUlllblYu. mjj .j.. jii. i iii- J .i.ii'jnnj...jM,wn to give them away as souvenirs of atso. that we are selling the very best at the low price of -4-0 eit-kdi Up! Small Payment Down; SI WeeVIy. Tea Per Coat Cash. No Swamps, No Malaria, but Pure Air, Water, Perfect Drainage, is what you get at AtUU 100 Feet Above Washington. Situated ou the main stem of the Ponna. It. R , In Prince Gev ce's t'-ounty. Md., uilhiu a few minutes' ride of tho city nnd about one-quarter of a milo from the District Hue, with elation ou luo prounda Commutation fare, G cents. All lots are ttitu&ied on a high elevation, commanding a beau tif ul view of the surrounding country. Trains leave every day at 11:40 a. m., 4:30 and 6 p. m, from depot, Sixth and B Streets N. W. Cir culars and tickets at our office or from our agents at depot. TUXEDO COMPANY, 623 F St. N. W. SILSBY & COM...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 July 1895

s TELE WASTZTNGiTOlZ TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1895. Per Word Per Word Per PER WORO Word No advertisement less than 10s. l No advertisement less than 10c No advertisement loss than 103. So advertisement less than 10a. Oob Gsnt wofd ho nd crtiscrncnt less than 1 Oo. flOfi OOnf Word No advertisement less than 103. 00 bolll Word No advertisement loss than 10s. Her Proposal. Sir James O'Domicl -was, ana 1b, a proofreader on a morning newspaper. He Kh to wort; at 7 o'clock each evening, awd six nlgiils In the week he quits an Ihhw wsi midnight, locks up hit. pipe and iled paucjts, wns"be Ids bands in ii very dtwewrtMe looking lavatory, puis on his hat art coal and goes home The seventh night he "stands the dog TvaUSi" 4Mit 1s, he remains at Tils iost X1U oksloci: in the morning. If Ue oHy, country and foreign oorre fijMltHJth lttwvc xlMsaiWilves James has little lo do after 1 o'clock those long nghu wtd Juki plenty of lime to do it jn. JJw wMMtttaves an aHHoymg lcporter "will lu up a bi...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 10 July 1895

v. 8 THE WASHESTGTOlSr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 189 3K Are HERE in ABUND ANCE. SERGE SUITS, coats and vests, odd coats, drap d' ete, pongee, Calcut ta seersucker, mohair, silk, Sicilian and alpaca coats and coats and vests, in every reliable grade and even' size made. White Duck Trou sers also, all sizes, especial ly SMALL WAISTS and LONG LENGTHS, up to 40 inseam. Negligee Shirts, White Vests, Summer Neckwear, Straw Hats, Russet Shoes, and all other necessary arti cles for summer wear. Right qualities at right prices. ROBiHSOH, GHERY & CO. Qothos, Hats. Purnisliincs, Shoos. j I2iii and F Sts. Hundreds of elegant double breasted Sack Suits grand materials and trimmings in light and medium weight. Hundreds of fine Round Cut Sack Suits, well made and lined, in Serges, Cassimeres, and Worsteds. Hundreds of choice Business and Dress Frock Suits, in Clays, etc. Every Suit perfect. You can se them In our windows. We bought the entire Sum mer stock of a Wilming ton firm from the assig...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

imes (Ire JJoxt Witi 5or Ojcap as?' VOL. 2. INX). 4S1. WASniNGTOy, D. C, THURSDAY MOBBING-, JTJXY 11, 1895-:--Eia31T PAGES. GE CE3STT. Want H. S. Barbour Deposed from the Administratorship. SEKLNKAGE IN THE ESTATE Ulll Filed In Equity Fornn Accounting: and a Petition in Prolmto for TCi Heinovnl Hits Bondsmen Also Seek to Ho Relieed From Responsibil ity Incompetency Alleged. For some time the licirs of the late James L Barlioiir, formerly senior member of the firm of Barbour & Son, wholesale grocers, at Nob fill aud 61G Pennsylvania nicuiic, have been displeased with the manner in which Mr Harrison 6. Harbour, us administrator, was condut ting thesct Ue inent of his father's estate. This diipb-nMire culminated yosterday by the filing of a bill in equity by Airs -Annie E. Harbour, the widow, and other heirs asking for an accounting of the estate. m Simultaneously a petition was filed the wMlowand next of kin in the probate court requesting the removal of Mr Barbour Jr , Ah admimst...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1895. k Sqns r and Eloventh Sti Storage Warehouses 22d Sl near M. The end of the heated term is a long way off and there might be a suggestion on the list below that'll help very much to make the weather we're having mone bearable. 3UATTINOS. RKMHOBKATOUS. VATHRdKHLBHS. JtECHESlV, WATJCtt WLTERS, OBDAR CHESTS, LOOSE CQVEUS, RABCAURIAGBS. AWM1NU6, SCKEKNS. SUMMER FUKX1TUBE 01' ALL SORTS. Some of these are certainly necessary to, Tour comfort. And they're all properly priced, and with plenty of variety, so that rour choice of choosing is not cramped. The silver fad is spread ing verT rapidly. The fin de siecle girl has all her toilet articles of solid silver." And Silver even ours 925-1000 fine is very cheap. C II. DAWSON, Jowoler, UWFSiX. W. "1st. July. 1S7.' jSTow, why don't we do your laundry work? TOiJIAX STEAM LAUNDRY, UL ud C streets X IV 25 Cents Month Puts a Siemens Lunren Gas Lamp In your store or show window. Throws a light that is br...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

the Washington Tpnss, thijksday, jult n, is95. FAKKJHt, BRIDGET & CO., Thursday, July 11, 1S95. H D bicycle fr7. a craze is spreading like wild fire. Americans are quick to appreciate and adopt any invigorating, healthful sport. But don't ride a wheel unless you are going to "dress" rightly. We have every needed requi site Suits, Caps, Stock ings, Belts, and Separate Bloomers. We have created as much of an underselling "havoc" in Cvcling Clothes as in the ordinary. Three lots of our verT finest All wool Bicycle Suits have be come broken in sizes. Were $10 and $12, TO CLOSE, SS.25. . These are custom, made, the latest style, have flap buttoned pockets, and shown in a variety of neat checks and mixtures. Just about 70 pairs of Men's All-wool Bicj-cle "Bloomers" of this $2 grade left. Snuif Colored Tweed, with re-inforced seat, strap, and buckle bottoms. TO CLOSK, $1.25. Don't you Baseball "en thusiasts" forget that we are selling Bats at cut prices about naif what the others aski ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

THE WASniSTGTOSr TIMES, TnUESBAY, JULY 11, 1S95. TliBWashinfltonTimBS (DlBT MAY IK TI1C TEAK.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The ahIiington Times Company, TIMES BFILDING, EOCTHWKST C ORJ.LT. 1 EXY "VAS.A AVBSUEAND Tenth snuatr 7siqpteene I ditoriid Rooms, IS! Ut.eiucbs Office, m7. IiW, DMIf IVlHIon One Cent hunriaj Allien....... Tbreo Cants Hi the tnui.th... , 1U1rt-11o Cents. WASHIXGTON, D. C., JULY 11, 1805. FiUtscTibLrn to "TlioTlrai-s" vrllloonfv for Jj I'ronijUIr riportifis tn ill c urii of collcctum, or ni-sU'it of lutjr on t!i imri of tho cut rlcru. Coinpluii.ts IIIkt In iiihII or In pornnu will t cilve t ript ntt"!itlon. Pupcrs shntild lie Ue l.wil to nil jturts of t!:t oltj Iy 0:3O r-i-pit Kfl u-.urnlnc Inolinlliiir shimIbv "Tlio Tv.iOilngton Tlme" 1-. a im-ni-tir ot the- Itoolidulo Co-opeiutlvo io cii'ty. TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOTJ. Summer Outing Will Not Ho En joyed Unlets It Hul's Along. The t-ummor tide of pleasure and lwaltli oelcor lias -ct in toward mountains, springs and Mwslin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

THE WASgCSTGTOy TIMES, TELTTRSDAT, JULY 11, LS95. Klng'a Fjilaco." I f I I anohliFff h Rf-n ! l LuiivtiulUM 6&yiu ? To-day 9 Is Ribbon Day Special Prices on Rib bons prevail to-day. This has been a great Ribbon season, and the Ribbons we bought at the Jaffray Auction Sa'e distanced all competi tion. Now we will even let down on those al ready reduced prices. You are welcome to-day whether you buy or not. 500 Pieces No. 2 AH-silk Satin Rib bon. All shades. Worth 5c yard. For OG 500 Pieces No. 9 All -silk Gros Grain Ribbon in Black only. Worth 15c yard n for C 1 Lot 2'' inch Black and White Plaid Ribbon. Worth 25c yard for . . 15g J f !2Kc f f 1 Lot 1)4. inch All Silk Taffeta Rib bon, with Lace stripe. Worth 25c yard for .... 1 Lot Nos. 16 and 22 All-silk Moire Ribbon. All col ors. Worth 25 and 30c yard for 1 9c Lot No. 60 All Silk Satin Gros Grain Ribbon. All colors. Worth 25c yard for . . !9o I W 4ve; & 420. 422, 424, 426 7th St & SSkSa I'ickford, G.beon Co." a i Eggaia3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

6 THE WASHrN-GTOT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1895. Famous Nappu Leon. More lUan a contury oro, on tue pictur esque island of CorsiCR.ln the Mediterranean, In a certain comfortable barnyard, a fat and bundsoine lien Bat upon a bnker'6 dozen fKgs of lier own layinc. Her Imsband, 8iur Buna, ivas a cook or quiet, respectable habits, nevor known to lndulKinvordy con trivtrsis through the fence-paliiiKS, nor in cro whirs and challenges of his neighbors. B nr? his marriage to bis sikmisc. Dame Letitia Bona, lie bad not, fought a single dufl which, considering the twice, was a re markable ctromaBtanoe. I)ani' Letitia, I fear, did not yield that respect to licr lord and master which he de served; for often when he came bringing her a particularly juicy worm from tho gar den, a dolicious grub, or some kernels of corn fall-n bet ween t lie 1mm of I lie granary, sh would award his attentions by so sav ng1 a iKck upon the head or so fwroe a pluck at his gills ttiat he would be fain to retire with...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

TUB WASttTNGcTOlX TIMES, THUESDAT, JULY 11, 1895. 1 n Etna rDof Pfir ;; Hits brBiil Word No advertisement less than 10s. Per Word PER, Word Per Word Per word IIS belli Word No advertisement less than 10; Noadcniscmcnt Ies3 than 10;- No advertisement less than 10s. No advert Is eiue in Ies3 than 10s. No advertisement less than 10s. One Cent & No advortijcmont loss than 10s- II RINGING LN LTJ2TAT1CS. Mil ryla lid VnrincrN .Stimulated by St. ISlii-uDotli'H Offer of Howard. SaiwuwYOiTleerl rain liadanappilration ytmUnAr morning tint slmvrt liow Wash Ih&oh it naddlod witli the maintenance nMJHtNiau-stomMnrylandandVirginia. A ftinner from nwr Marlboro came tu with aunpefced luuatK', picked up on the wmm! Hear Inn hom When lie explained what he -nHHt, Mr. Frank mid promptly: "Yoh brought tins man in to gel the $5 reward oCTird at Si Elizabeth's Cor uecapMl 4fant- o7" T1h fonncr admitted ho had and had AhmhI Mrearij' the roan was hoi known atfit KtuuUh'Ui'5. He added that ho had nuM...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 July 1895

THE WASHXSTGTOjS- TIMES, TK1JHSDAY, JULY 11, 1895. 8 Are HERE in ABUND ANCE. SERGE SUITS, coats .and vests, odd coats, drap d' ete, pongee, Calcut ta seersucker, mohair, silk, Sicilian and alpaca coats and coats and vests, in every reliable grade and every size made. White Duck Trou sers also, all sizes, especial ly SMALL WAISTS and LONG LENGTHS, up to 40 inseam.' Negligee Shirts, White Vests, Summer Neckwear, Straw Hats, Russet Shoes, and all other necessary arti cles for summer wear. Right qualities at right prices. R0BINS8H, CHERY & CO. Clothes, Hat. yumishincs, bhoes. 12th and F Sts. Hundreds of elegant double breasted Sack Suits -grand materials and trimmings in light and medium weight. Hundreds of fine Round Cut Sack Suits, well made and lined, in Serges, Cassimeres, and Worsteds. Hundreds of choice Business and Dress Frock Suits, in Clays, etc. Every Suit perfect. You con seo them in our windows We bought the entire Sum mer stock of a Wilming ton firm from the assignee an...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

i m'ti n iiiin Ctre JJou VOitli 5or (Djeap as? VOL. 2. iSrO. 482. WASHnvT&TO, D. C, FRIDAY MORNINGr, JULY 12, 1895 JSIG-HT FAG-ES. 0213 CENT. AJI : WBU. EAST DEANEWOOP, n p Ji ipe opportunity to secure a fine bailed tag lot 25x140 feet is the District for $125 twIBASYAYMENTS.' EAST DEAKEWOOD is a Se local sub division about three miles i udin the Capitol BuiMing, the piat of which is recorded in the District Surveyor's Office, Coanty jBook 9, page 101. The streets are 90 feet wide and conform to the city plans. 00 shade trees have been planted, with boxes around same. All lots have 19 feet of parking and run back to 30-foot alley. Jots are !25xl40 FEET ami fell on GRADE. D, E, F, and O streets northeast extended run through East Deane wood. The Engineering Department has tested all the Streets and found them correct. 50 UTS ONLY WILL BE SOLD AT fHE ABOVE PRICE. As sisty thousand leaders of The Times will see this offer, yon had better be quick if yon want toaecu A GOOD LOT at th...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

TIIE WASJXnSTGKrQiSr TIMES, FEIDAY, JULY 12, 1893. 2 . iX to? .W (&2 CM ti-SA23 t-WiaJ a vj.-5 . .- JSti.'' i E iQKS raud Kleronlh Sis Stemce Warehouses :-,d bt-near M. Here's a chance to get for the Bedroom at Rurs half and less than, usual Ruf prices! Remnants of Carpets hundreds of patterns to choose from. MM nMMMBtfi ef Jngral m Carpets fl p tft&M-uut sizae eadi Ul rut stsae eadi 8M ramwHiti of Beay Brussels lml m anlB in leEtU oMSh. 75c til roMMtite of WiUon, Axmiu ter, ne Moiuewe Carpets ife tot vara long eaoii SI -Now a word about Re frigerators it's worth 3rour while to inspect those were showing- in our Refrigerator- Denartment. The b e5-w makes 'twas possible foius to secure are here. - 3iiree l pariietilRr "Tlie (Jlacter" H'flr and "The AliM.r we l.o 1k te be lbs flnersl Refrigerators (. bots of others to anew you. Tttfaee ewiaeace at $6. The daintiest things imag inable for summer wear' 'in solid silver. Bell buckles, waist sets, garter buckles, studs for shirt w...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

THE WASHIjGTOT TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1S95. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO , Friday, July 12, 1S95. HEY are go- mr 201112: is fast! We re fer to tliat small lot of fine, stylish Bicvcle Suits we cut from $10 and $12 to $8.25. So are the $2 ''Bloomers" cut from $2 to $1.25. Parker, Bridget & Go,, Clothiers, 315 7th St. f We've Broken All f I Bicycle Records! C rehfeuts" always Iu tho lead' Last , ... year Crescents held the record W with 0 000 Mhoels sold This year 1 "I re6eutt" will ereato a now ouc B ovo Just rocohod "CRESCENT 4 MOHCHl K." "No. lOJ.OOa Jf you Y ' want to 8po a 'tij-topper" comeiu ?' and toe this one Glad to hare you and jour fnonds call any time , "" Trices 510 to J90 ? Western Wheel Works, 4 "Washington Branch, Cor Ninth and It itrect, "N AV - CG-00"-0-3-C- THE RUBENSTEIN SPEEDING BUGGY. BaH-bannc axles and fifth wheel Tery light mot substantial Intro ducd at lees than 2-5 regular price. Vehicles of nil descriptions. Carriages b .lit, repaired ami stored. LANDGRAF ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

THE TTASTIIGTOIn" TOrES, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1S05. TheWssliinQtonTiniBS (Etl-KY PAT IS TUK lEAK.) OWNED AND ISSUED 1!T The Washington Times Company,' TIMES lil'ILUINO, Foomwisr corner Fkkkst y.sia ayknme and 1 Kxm Stkebt. To)epfeoii rdltrinl Rooms, 531. Jliibtasba OnUo, MT. Irioe, Vmity FUMon .. One Coat. Sunday 3 ttiiiou Tbro Cents ltf lb HWG'.h "iblny-lb Coats. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 12. 18W. SulihcrihtTfi o "Tho Times" 'vlHcnnfr.' a fuur in jroin)tlv roportins uiiv dls Courlfnc of oolK'oturk. or iMjjU'Ot f duty on tho jnirt of tlio carriorH. Complaint either by mnll or In pornon will r-pi'lvn prompt utisntlon. PnpiTH kIiouIiI le die llvrtMl to nil parts f Hso city Iiy 0:30 o'clock (.: moriiiti:;. I:i1ii11uk Siimluv. "The AViiNlilnstun Tinier" ts n i:m:iii tier or tlie lloubdulo Cu-ujiuruilvu So ciety. TAKE THE TIMES AVITn YOU. Eumnior Outings Will Not Ho Un J4-od "Cnlo It Gucs Along. Tlii Miuuncr litlo of pleasure mid hortlt li-iseeuvrr. litis set In tonril iiiiHiHtMiitn, spring mid...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

TIIE WASniGTCXN- TITLES, PP.IDAT, JULY 12, IS93. f,5CO3-S&'C'0'5l Lansburgh & Bra I . 9 Vacation Here. Gur business goes right ahead. Last Summer ours was a busy place. We don't stand still- but try to forge light ahead. We want to exceed last Sum mer's sales we're willing to sacrif c profits. Light figured Chal ho, beautiful de signs, worth 6c 3C yard, for . . . . yahd. Double width Craam - Colored -Scrim for Cur tains, worth 8c, i.,Q for taku Red and White Per cale, excellent quality, worth hQ 12'sC yard, for. . y.vkd Red, Cream, Nile Green, Pink, Lt. Blue, and Black BrilJiantine worth 1 8c yard, for . . fiU YM'ja. Men's Stripe Half Hose, Shaw knit, Seamless, 4- pairs for 7-Syd.wide Coche co Lawn, abso lutely fast color, worth 12rc yard, for Black .and Navy Blue Double w i d t h Flannel, suitable for bath ing Suits, worth 25c yard for . . 25c f 5c YAHlJ A full line of Gray Linenfor Ladies, 9ifl Men and Boys, for yakr Black double width Ail-Wool French Den tel le.iace fin i...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

6 THE WASnrSTGTOiN" TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1895. THERE IS Itfo Living Physician Who Has Had the Opportunity to Observe and Study Nervous and Chronic Dis eases That Dr. Walker Has Had. He Sees at a Glance What Others Have Overlooked. All tti rnsny thousands of testimonials publMfced ami private which have been feliowfted upon l)r. "Walker by enthusiastic patkirt Jail repeat Um? rtory or Dr. "Walker's uup&nUMed hmoccj Hi curing all nervous aiid chronic diM-axes of ieunnj; to per fect health and hajipittcat the victims of ca tarrh, asthma, ooi.miiujUoii, dynpepsin, si ntfula, ltaralyMh. 'jHlt-ii.y, nervous pros ti.itn.it, rheumatism, m.ilan.i, nturalprin, iH'iinirtioKfe. dieaws of vi omt'ii, heart disae. kldticy ainl Ivor troubles, ami many other &.lmeuts that baffle the average physKxait Tlwy tell yownjr ami mihlk aped men who are wittering from the effect of their own youthful follies and excesses that iJkv may be restored to the foil vigor ami birength of perfect manhood. 1...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

THJE WASHLN-OTON TIMES, JTUIDAT, JULY 12, 1895. 1 Per Word Per Word Per Word Per word Per Word 'o advertisement less than 10a. I No advertisement less than lOo. No advertisement loss than 10s No odvertlscment less than 10a. No advertisement less than 10: T One M One Gent fi Noadvartlssmontless than 10a. I Uilo UGlll Word I Jvo advertisement less than.l Os. H Coxswains Deed, How Cam:. Boil amy's life was Raved at Ttd'Ofca lias never yet been told. Kery officer ami man who lelomt;od t tbe Chrysolite 011 that disabtrous liUmt roooHw'tb, of eeiirac, that while endeav oring ifl Hie drJ;Mti8 to Htoriu tlic fort tbe caittaiu fell, and that wlieu our people wore driven buck lwadjong to the boats lie, wjtfc tnuty stlieis, was tms&tiiK. livery oe remembers, also, that wIhmi on tbe folk wing morning tbe CbiiHiiMn weru (4teMed oat of the jilftee and the blue 3dcrte and iiuultws agntn landed Capt. Jtettatny was found lyuur. not where lie hMt fallow, bm a com pie of liuudred yards to tlie tij...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1895. ETERY BOY who spends his vacation out of town -will need an extra pair or two of TROUSERS. Jet at leastone pair of them be CORDUROY, for it will stand more and rougher usage than any other fabric made. They are HERB in all sizes, 4 to 16 rears, at 75c, $ 1 .00, and $ 1 .50. Tweed and Cassimere trou sers 25c, 50c and up, Linen and Duck pants $1-00 and $1.50. Washable sailor suits from $1 up. Shirt waists 25 c up- Straw Hats 25c, 35c, 50c and up. Russet shoes $1.40 to $3.00, in fact everything needed from crown to sole for Boys of all ages. R0BHS0I, CHERT & CO. Clothes, 12th and F Sts. &., Although. We Are not exactly giving Clothing away, we are mak ing a spe cialty of very Lew Prices, material and work manship consid ered; try ing to make the d dollar do double work that is, the work of two. Judge for yourself and you noiU find that we are " Up to the times." Pants to Order, S3, 3.50, 4, 5, 6. Suits to Order, $15, 16, 18, 20, 25. ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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