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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 9 November 1895

wmmmgmemmsmQgmm ."- VfT -n2:A?ttVg8&&&&&2i. SsSSfife SSJs rsrsvs-v- -: r r s. 6 THE .jSVENINfi-TIMES,? SAT gBDYy ffftVJEMgElK J;rl.395? lii: -iSf-i. sj -v . i & - c v vv j;j tvi r ; , "k UL l ,? What Do you Consider A Bargain GHEAP furniture, that looks very well at first, but goes to pieces in a few months thai has been made cheap on pur pose to sell cheap; or well 'made, reliable furniture, at a price considerably below what you can usually buy at. - The latter is the kind .of bargains we deal in Our furniture is thoroughly- re liable and our prices lower than you can reasonably ex pect. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. COMING TO THE THEATERS. Jnmcs A. Heme's beautiful play, "Shore Acres." begins a week's engagement at llieOniml Opera House on Monday cening next, nilli tlie aelor-autliorln bis original creation of Nathaniel Berry. Tliis work is In man rei-pectsa masterpiece, not of dra matic consi ruction, of since art. of scenic investiture, but of...

Publication Title: Evening Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 9 November 1895

' -- srv &tt- . - '- - J-. Ti, ". a "V - "V. -7 THE rEVJEgrirQ T11CK3. SATlfanilT- ffOTEMBEB 9; 1895. - - THE TIMES' 34000 SURETY SM AEL- ADS. t 1. REACH lQO,6bo READERS ECMSt A FEW GENTS ONE PRICE FOR AIJRMTIONS. - .1 3 WCfr r Sc. x , Vssf-iir-fliVSii'V SPECIAL NOTICES. TUB COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY. Tbe InauKuration or tue Rev. Uenalab L. Whitman, I). 1., aa president or tlic Colum bian .University will take place on Friday evening, November 15, nt h o'clock, lu Con vention Hail. Addresses will beelcliveredhv The Kcv. Samuel H. Greene. U. D., LL. D. Toe UewAOEUStus II. Strong. D. D..LL. D.,presldeuvorR "Chester TbeoioglcalSernl- Tbe Rev.FrancisL. PattoD. D. D.,XL.T. These will be lollowe-d by the Inaugural ndarcss of President Whitman, invitations, with reserved seats, can be obtained at the Colombian cuiversityon andarter Wednes day the I3lli. ROBERT II. MARTIN. noU-M-cm Secretary. HEFTASOPBS. or 8. W. M. All wrmius uiifLitl In the tirrnnlzatnin of Heptasoplis, of Seven Wise Men. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 9 November 1895

feSSW'f ;WT . r tssffixKSrar'Mr--i 'iv -"' ysi-.-sss" & jr-- - -- -- Tsastsr.- - .-.-.. 4." THE EVENTNG- TOTES, 'sl-TITiDATf NOTijMBEB '9, "1895. THE EVENING- TOTES, 'sl.V.TJDA;3tVyOYEMBER '9, 1895. . -" - "S 8 , IVii Discriminating Mothers take no stock in sen sational or fake sales. They know from experience that clothes so bought are doubly expensive. They also know from experience that we sell the best and most reliable garments made, and that our prices are the lowest quoted anywhere for equal value. Good, honest, all-wool, two piece short pants Suits, S2.50, 3.75, S4.S0, SS and up. All sizes, 4 to 16 years. Overcoats and Reefers. A big line of the newest shapes and styles, $4 to $18. Shirt Waists, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Under wear, and all other Wearables in equally as good qualities, as big variety and as low prices. Robinson, Qhery& Co., 12th and F Sts. ea This Damp Weather Is very trying to the system. The wise take the precaution to be well clothed. An Over coat may fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

-'-. . ffo STfrnes CU WEATHER INDICATIONS. SCIUSiVE all-lay srrlc of the TnlU4 J Press, lt Sew Enfland Jwoeiiud Preu, thsSoothern Aucelatsd Pre, the Hew York State Associatad Presi, rag ; lamented by the exelulTt right to pabliih in Washington the'Hew York Herald eopy riRht Cable Berries. Light rains probable. "SHehtly nnriiier Tuesday-afternoon. Northerly winds. i VOL. 1. XO. 83. WASHINGTON, D. C7. , MOXDAT'VUNIMG, NOVJ5MBEK 11, 1895. ONE CENT. itin HI t -r X- THEY HAD HflHFEBEHCt Hill, Murphy, Lament, Gray and Harmon Were Hobnobbing. JUSTICE JACKSON'S PLACE It Is tin. Impression That the New Yorkers Have Made h Dcul for the Position The Delaware Senator's Chalices for the Place ut Thin Time Arc Unusually Good. Tbe atmosphere which extends almve this city to au altitude or more or less uncertainty is today mure lie.ivily charged Willi political electricity of a Democratic polarity than ai .my periKl within many "revolutions of tlie eanli. Slgus of a decision being reached as to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

"!l?fr!ff! " j, i T ! - ' e - THE JBV-EXINGr TIMES, MOB DVg, XOYEMBEB 11, 1895. VliAS Brr&& a FStTMt Corner Eleveuth. I storage Warehouse, ttdneaxlL $10 Solid Oak Chiffionier $7.!? A well made, well finished, solidly con structed piece of furniture. 5 drawers, with locks, swinging bevel plate mirror, brass s. J, trimmings. it readily for $10, but $7.15 is all that's necessary to ask. "I waul to be the Jewelor who cornea unto your mind first." Reduced Prices on Silverware. All this week. Solid Silver ware will be gTeatl- reduced in prices. An endless variety- of Nic-nacs is here for your selection, and the prices will charm you almost as much as the beauty of the of the stock. It's worth your while to know that you can select Christinas Gifts now, and, by a small payment, have them reserved for j-ou. My watch repairing- dc. partment solicits j-our work 'twill be done well. Open every evening-. L ). Dapison, Jeweler, -II05 F Street Northwest. .lutusSEU as ax Eskimo. Futlicr li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

'---ssgs T&vv'&E&mvBRmKFzs&BGmMmaKMMmsija JKaas'?T?'"!':75:? tWJErff WT WI. i THE JEVJSXjyi 3,IAO:l3lQDAYy.OVEM.BER II, 1895. .1 . ; , - -,, -, -vr ''3SBft$ - IT rarker, MJ;l.a, Clolbisra. 313 Tlh r. There are yet a few boys we have not clothed. Let not a ' single one escape. The reason we are so intent upon pleasing1 these boys is that we'll need thein when they become men: What if we do not make any money on Boys' Clothing just now? Not trying to! Here's proof: Hoys' All wool Suits, worth $2.2D, for 1 .70. Doth' All vroolKcotcliMlxcdSults, worth $4, Tor $2.60. Bo' Black nnil Navy Blue All wool Cheviot Suit, color v-nrranted. Vh'uc SO. For $a. Best Quality Made of Itic Alwvg Putts. Value $0. For $4. BlaikCIayIllngon.iiWorpicdSults, Black ami Navy Blue. V.Llue 57. For ?0. Special lot of Boys' Nav Blue Chinchilla Reefcm. Grand valuoar 5. Only $,1, ami an Extra Fiue $7 Chtiicnllla Reefer for $0. Boys' Reefer Suits. $3. $5 ami $0. (rami llr.e of Boys' Overcoats, ?J to $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

-- r tS.& : " V- .a t THE JJVENlNGTlMESktlNlD'AX, iTSOYEM.BER-.il. 1893. s C K i t IT ? 1 U- i IV & L5T - tj&-s2--n-'lfJs-&. .-t-' gfteWashingtonTimes lMoxKwa,EnKia,xs8c.NJATj OWNED AND ISSUED ST The Washington Times Companr. TOIEB BCILDISa. BOCTBirZSTCOSl'EBlVniSTI.TAKU AVI.NUS AND TxjrntSTjuatr. Telephon Editorial Booms, m. Snsbuss Office' 237. Trie Morning or Evening Edition. .One Cent Sunday Edition......... ....Thres Cents. Kontrdy by Csrrisr Morning sad Sunday. Thlrty-nTo Cents. Evening: Thirty Cent Moraine, ) Ermine and- Frrrr Csxts. Sunday, J The Times' Branch Offices. TlieTimei"LlttIeXewn Mere bants" can secure tlielrHupiiTy of MurnliiKtind Es enlnsTlmeu.t t lie folio vsliiBliraucb ofNecx: . Frank Smith. 4tb and G t. nw. M. McXulty, t33U Utli t. nw. A. n. McCIOfkey, 1312 Ttli t. nw. II. Huge. 2153 Pa. nvc. nw. JOHcptt Linden, 4O0 8th kt.ns. J. IV. Jolinxon, 40 II Ht. lie. YV. F. Mnckay, 821 II hi. lie. Jimepli I'ctlKiuit, 000 7tbt. nw. Advertisement left ut ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

; JT! -".- t" "h;..- - - '1 2 V fc if fc k w "- - . -:-rf" . i. -a"y '. X Vs ss? . '. r ' ji"' -jr t ' - . - -T t " ' . , 1 H THE EVJJNING 'TIMES, 'MONDAYS NOVEMBER H, 1895. 'i3V Lansbufglr&Bro. J ! FLANNELS. You'll Need 'Em. All Wool Plain Brown and Green Flannel, suitable -for I nter-1 1 ni ng for capes. Coats, Car riage Robes, etc., regular 37Kc quali- Tor -U,J A beautiful assort ment of All - wool German Wrapper Flannels, 'in plaids I t J I 1 f f t I f f J J J J ! and stripes. Worth37J4sid. Tor. " vd All - Wool German Wrapper Flannels.ln all the delicate col ors plaids and. stripes- Worth SOc yd. For.. 3T3jd The new C rep on Eiderdown, in Light Blue, Pink, Red, Grey and White. Full 38 inches wide. 7RC f f f t J f t ; ? t f t t t Tor.. yd Special. All our $1.25 and $1.33 qualities of Fine Embroidered Flannel. QQC Only. id Orders by mall oarefully attended to Just the same as tf you camo In person. Orders for samples cheor fully compiled with and promptly, too. ? jwce: j 424. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

war tvr .- , -.'Vai- P f- .SJJftP-,' JLO,-.. TrS iM! fiTfcw , i' '7U THE .EVtENIlfe rfMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER tl, 1895. 6 . V-T 1 KSSftg IX- jury iui:rai?k: Sensible Furniture. - Wc mean by sensible fur niture, furniture that is go ing' to look well and wear well, without costing: an ab surd amount of moncv-. It is our aim to keep sensible furniture, because we expect to deal with sensible people. Some people like to pay a fancy price for fancy articles others think they save money by buying extremely cheap' things which, fall to pieces in a very short time; but the greater number of peo ple prefer to give a reasona ble price for reliable goods. Those arc the people wc wish to do business with. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. SvoWs srorcs Some People Kick on principle they never seem to feel happy unless they are kicking about some thing, but if any one can honestly find any thing to kick about in our Suits or Overcoats, either with the prices, fit or material we wish they wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

-Tt.--ar fv '.W- -tr -V "V 5' - - - THE JSVXSrKO TOOS. MONOAT, KOVJCVtRBK 11, fMft vngsii 1, SWCC1AL XOTICKS. (Copy-) REORGE re. PhRBY. PIJ?!'- Mortimer Kitiinau, bccretury. Mara ft. Dai. Is. ;MHTal Manager. Di-Forwl w. 'Chas?.M.ll .Medirallllrecl'ir. TucUuardlan Lire Insurance Company, No. 17 Donne 'st., Bosioti. Mass. Boston. Nov. 4, lf'SO. To our Ucy holders in the District of Columbia Ucnllcuicn: The Interests pf tnbicoiiip-inr are rvprese.ited In m District of Columbia, by llr. Hugh C. Rl&don, ami such subageuu, as be sees fit to employ. Mr. Risdoti luineiuiu.'JTeautliorilyaUil con trol In Ha- District, and is solely end ex flush el y responsible to us. All payments made upon policies written In the District or Columbia., whether solicited uudex Mr Rlsdon Individually or by agents worfcing under him, should be made only to Mr. Ktstloti. or parties bearing hi' authority. Policy holders will of course understand that I lie exigencies for business may re quire Mr- Risdon rrom ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 11 November 1895

f&&?V&L?3g&5,Zg ? - i ' "" 1 , THE EVENING- raMEaVSlfcoanHrr. NOVEMBER 11, 1890. f I - iT r "- K. V ' .v 5 1 P ;TOU COTJLDN! r Wish for a finer line of Shoes than W2 can show you. Every fashionable shape in every reliable leather is here Calf, Patent Calf, Winter Russets, Box Calf, Pigskin, Enamel Leather, Cordovan, and Kangaroo, in button, lace, and Congress; Loudon, Globe, Common-sense, and Piccadilly toe; sizes and widths to fit everybody. Prices are For Men's, $2.40 to $6.50. For Boys, $ 1 .40 to $3.50. Two specially good values are a French patent' alr, pointed toe, at $i.UO, and the water-proof Box Calf, at $5.00, a dressy as well us a durable shoe. A choice line of the newest and best things in Haberdashery in our Furnishings Department many novelties you won't find elsewhere until after they be come staples with us. Stop in at your convenience and get posted on haberdashery fashions. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.. Freedom from the Sugar Trust enables us to offer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

tS?5S55rKK2i?efiS5:T?- rlL" - f 2 jrV-t J.C- i ia"' ,3- -- - f v ir "V" -T " fl WEATHER INDICATIONS. VJXCIMlfE all-lay isrrie of thsTJniUd V Pre, tts Hew Xss-laBd Associated Press, tb lOBtasra Associated Fresj, tie Vew Tork Bute Associated Trass, stjb plamented by the ezelulf right to pnblisa in Weshlngton the He w Tork BerrUdcopr riirht Cable Gerties. v-. ?' Fair. Warmer Wednesday afternoon. Northerly winds, becoming variable. VOL. 1. NO. 8G. WASHINGTON, L. C. TUESDAT EVENING. NOVEMBER 12, 1895. ONE CENT. (Limes -" SILVER IIUJE I 1H0RN Republicans Have Plenty of Trouble in Prospect.' TRY TO DOWN WHITE METAL Butlt IsXot ProlnthloTliattheStroiiK Surplus of Silver Sentiment will He lEIIuilunttil Into u Minority Sound loncy Lenders Will Hum" ii Hard lie Holding; the Majority In Hand. Illcan politicians are now bopeful Icr March 4, 1897, with the Iticoni- he Flfty-fiftli Congress, their larty only have absolute- control of the but liae good working majority favorable to sound Money. cal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

'.iViJ.-W , - --.Trr-V. v -sT'S'i 'J1. THE EVENING TIMES, TUfesbAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1895. 9 fe k 8Hg m J Street Corner ileren to. Storage Warehouse, &d near M. $3.00 Gold CHAIR, $1.75. A big of fer for the next three days only. That popu lar $3 All Gold Chair that a large pur chase enabled us to sell at $1.95, spe cial Tues day. Wednesday and Thurs. d ay at $1.75. Friday morn ing the price goes back to its usual figure. Same Chair fa white enamel and gold, blcoen-imel ami cold or pink enamel and gold If ym j refer lX want tu bo the Jeweler nho comes luto your mind first " a Pretty (Btft and none the less pretty because it is inexpensive. But ton Hook and Nail File solid silver, richly chased use ful as -veil as pretty only 75c the set. (L X). Daptson, Jeii'eler, 1J05 F Street Northwest. Open every evening. STUDENTS OF BIRD LIFE American Ornithologists' Union at the National Museum. Youiii; sclent lot Itoml anil Discuss 1'ain-r- Memorial Meeting to II.- Held 'I 111 Evenluc;. Aliout ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

-iAl-iar THE.. EVENING .TIMES,, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1895.. h I rarker, Itridr M & Ca, Clothiers, 315 Tib st "Busy as bees" in our foot ball branch. This Sporting Goods department is a "com er!" No wonder the George town "cracks" broke records. "We sold them their athletic goods. That pair of running shoes we sold Wefers made his feet move right along, didn't they? Every proper article for football, golf, run ning, boxing, and for gym nasium use. "Turtle" ueck Sweators. all wool, heavy weight, and in combln&llou of twocolors, f"J and tip. 4 Parker,Bridget&Co CLOTHIERS. 315 7th St. The acme of rigidity is a ' 'COLUM BIA" frame. It won't bend, it can't break, so it just goes on lasting. The ' 'Columbia' ' is a wheel you can ride ANYWHERE. I'olnmMn 1 Mil for prsctlM ritllne Columbla rieltl for learners Gunrnu tea tickets, ttW. District Cycle Go,, 'COI.UMMIS." 'IIAKTI OKDV . Hart Hrlttlia, Manager. 452 Pa Ave. LIGHT MAKERS IN SESSION Long Accumulated Business Is Be ing Rush...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

a ..--A. sfff jjaaT " tfiSlIS" C f w - C It, THJE EVENING. TIMES.TUJBSDAY, KOVJiMBElfr 12, 1835, '? J rJ f TheWashingtonTimBS til onNisa, ETsaira, ak sbxdat.) OWNED AND ISSUED BT Tbe Washington Times Company TniES-BUILDINQ, Sccnnrnr Cokxeb Pzkxsti.takia Avzxus Ann Xx&TasiBin. Telephone Editorial Booms, H. BollMU Offics' 337. Trie Horning or Evening Edition. .On Cent Bunder Edition. ....Three Cents. Monthly by Carrier Horning and Sunday.. .....Thirty-five Cents. Evening Thirty Cents. Morning, ) EvenlngandV Fiftt CEro. bumday, j Tbe Times' Brancb Offices. TlieTI in OK'"I.lttleNevvn Merchants" cnnccurotlielrHUiiplyofSIornliiBand EvenliiKTIinesntt lie following branch of fleet: Frank Smith. 4th and G Kts. nw. 31. SleNulty, 1330 14th Kt. nw. A. B. AlcClonUoy, 1312 7tli at. nw. II. lines -153 Pa. live. nw. Joweiiti Linden, 400 8tb Mt.no. J. W. JulniNon, 40 II st. ne. 1V.F.Muekny,82t llnt.ne'. Joseph l'ctlgnut, GOO tb Bt. bw. Advc-rtlnciuentH left lit any of ttie above brandies will re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

rSKLTffiiCv: J - ("T "pi THB,EVENING. TOJlfigESDAY. 'NOVEMBER 12, A895 MRS. CLEVEUHD'S W0I.K Industriously Plied Her Needle for the Needlework Guild. xoa'a tjllxck ! Lansburgh&Bro At the Bon March BETTER THAN i Black Ostrich DOCTORS' BILLS Each Year li A i 4 . A A A t Finds Combination Under wear more and more In favor. Ladles who ones use them will never wear any other. No bulky bundllnarof the undervest. No weight or under- pants felt. Perfect ease and freedomat waist and h'ps. Less costly than two garments. More easily laundered. Easier to put on or off. Clvo3 equality of warmth over entire body. Have a look at these styles: A Ladies' Comtluation Salts 49c Cotton-ribbed. Fleece lined. Colors white or ecru.- A IMes' Combination Suits.. $1.00 Balbrlggan, fleece lined. Heavy - weight. Gray or unbleached. All sizes. Ladles' Combination Suits.. $1.50 Jersey ribbed. Tightf it ting. Nearly all wool. Ex tra nice finish, and posi tively unshrinkable, white or gray. In Ladies' Conibina...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

. -,r yySsivj ;-- 6 THE EVENING TIAfcES, 13UESPAY, NOVEMBER 12, 180. if -' p 5 K ?) rv DAILY BARGAINS. Drapery Talk. It seems a pity to spoil the appearance of a room by "having shabby and bedraggled cur tains. A stranger will notice them at once; es pecially a lady. Our Draper' Depart ment is very complete we show every style of curtain. We have just received a new lot of Cream-colored Lace Curtains, in very beau tiful designs they have a remarkably rich ef fect, and are extensivety liscd now. ELECTION JJ BISHOP Trouble May Be Experienced in Choosing One for This Diocese. MAY COME FEOM MARYLAND ArruiixciiicntM for tlio Itecoptlon nnd Kiiti-rtiiliiiucut ot IK'IOKHtOM lo the l)loci-nii Contention to Bo Held lu TIiIm City Completed List of Can didates, tor tlio HliliOii'lc. Wash. B. Williams, 7th and D. Sts. N. W. BAPTISTS AT BROOKLAHD Eighteenth Annual Session of Columbia Association. IN THE QUEENSTOWN CHURCH l'roglillllilli-of tlio Contention, WIllcll Ik to He Held November 18-:!I. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

Ff?mwm 3SBS!SSSSraSS3HBHSIi ,. j-5-- . -- v tHE EVEyPTQ TIMES, TUESDAY, JSOVJ&muSB, 12, 1895. SsfP r- SPECIAL. NOTICES. JPTTBr.T.C SALE OF OLD MATERIAL at the Naval Proving li round, Indian Head. Md. Navy l'epartiiieul. Washington. . C. October 22. 1895. In accordance with llie provisions ot the second section of the act or Congress, appni veil August 6, 1882. Statutes at Large, vol. 22, page 896, awl the "act making appropriations for the naval service Tor the riscal year rmlnig June 30, 18H1. and for other pur poses," approved June 30, 1890, there will be sum nt llie Naval Proving Urpund, Indian Hcail. Sid.. November 15, 189B, certnln material belougtng to the navy condemned as uuflt for use therein, consist ing of 213 tons, more or less. Harveylzed uicklc steel; 21 r lous, more or less, ulekle steel: 30 tons, more or less, steel: 29 tons, more or less, armor piercing projectile steel, and 9 tons, more or less, of cast Iron shell. The sale will be for cash to the highest bidde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 12 November 1895

:-. -. ,vr-. I i ii hi ii in wn i mi mi ii piii in i iiiiii i iw ! in hi iihiimw i i ii hi i hi i Mini nil 1 111 i i i i i nil in i i wain 1 111 T-.?rjrT.;-vtrt!-x'''r-.in!'i.iv)t'jrmat-,-,mii.i'.-i jj.jj::-rr-jtu . wranw'UJiijwwK.ii.A -at i'-.i'j?zj- "H - " "" jy 7sWTV,:?-;:g,yafaSr 1B?a'SS?M?rrWSS' -fBnsWSTOSaVSKTTK-v v'-r X :-J "a- t. .-.(wr-"' j- " - .-- S?'ai-'-iSfegi'-aL-' ti'-'W. jga&s-TM T"A -' '' ' " --T-i. -f "' ----'-' , , - , - ig - - - - .. Pi V r -"S. ;v 'tT - " -- ,r - X lit P THE EVENING TIMES,r TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 12, 1895. Ii 1 IS ! It I I Got Hn Overcoat? If riot, better get oue ;you need it now. No trouble to get suited or fitted HERE, jio matter what price you want to pay or what style of coat you want, We have every fashionable shape and fabric in every grade worth having, Prices from $10 to $45, with a dozen or more intermediate grades. A beauty for the price is an all-wool fast color Blue, Black and Oxford Kerseys at FIFTEEN Dollars silk velvet collar, Ital...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening times. — 13 November 1895

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