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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 September 1895

-gjg gM-iSS Wv-f jf,i- irfj w-'TasiSsggS! v -ss'ST's? s.' ""S" THE MORNING- TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,1895. Lansburgii&Bro FRIDAY Is a great day here. You get an opportunity of buy ing Remnants and pur chaslngjustthelonsthyou want for a fraction of their worth. Each and every Friday flds us fortified with hundreds of Remnants, Short Lengths and Odds and Ends from all parts of tho house on which you can save so much money. An easy going elevator takas you rlghttoour third floor, the pioneer Remnant Institu tion lnthe District. 500 yards Scotch Plaid for Children's wear. Worth i, 10c yard, for 42UYD 1,000 yards Dlrd-cyo Rem nants In different idths. 1 Worth 8c yard, tor r2b YD 3,000 yard light and Dark. Figured Silkollnc, Pongco and Challlos, suitable for Drapsry and Comforts. Worth lllfo r yard, for - Oh YD 1,000 yards Indigo Blue and W hito Calico. Worth ri 8c yard, for U20 YD 400 yards seven-eighths of a yard wldeSavy Bias and White English Llama Cloth. Worth 15c pi yard for ...

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. — 13 September 1895

I " TH T- X ?SrV 5sa' THE MORNING TIMES. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 13, 1893. 0 Vath. B Williams' Dally l-argalu. 5-piece parlor suite one handsome $50.00, five-piece, ma hogany - finished parlor suite upholstered in fine satin damask the bar gain price. $37.00 a clear saving of thirteen dollars to the purchaser. 50 sidoboards Just received In various stjlts anJ makes woos and flnish prices range fruin 10 un to Ii Upholstery and making-over old work tec make a specialty oj at very moderate prices. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Streets. Dr. nccnitli's new dUeotcrv In Klcctrle-Ity-TIIERMO-OZOXE BAITER V. This discovery Is of the most vital importance to too tick, because It furnishes tamlllrs with a means of curin; disease at Its beginning by homo treatment. Tbe method is by a gentle current of galvanic electricity aid the conveyance of oxygen, ozuue and medicine into tbe blood or human sewers where disease originates. Its curative value Is proven by over 6,0.0 physicians. o o o O O ff--.- O O...

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. — 13 September 1895

r""TOfc"s;ra', -"oi v-s.--.T-? -T f&jrer&T- VV A"'-,W.0 w " S"?V TELE MOBtfTNO TIMES. PBIDATT. SEPTEMBER 13, 1895. One Gent Per Word One Gent Per Word tonn Onri PER One Cent Per W033 One Gent PER WORD urn uqiii WMI 1 1 aemchtli Ao advertisement less than 10 Ko advertisement less than 10a. Noodvertlsemshtlws than to. Ko advertisement less than 10- Ko advertisement less than 10. ' - - '55CT37sJp"2 One Gent & Jvocdiertlscment Icssicai 10s. One Gent & Koadvertlsemant Ins than I0. business chances. RUS1NESS CHANCES. Sow Is tlie Time to Uiiy or Soil Huslness Places. We arc disposing ot them at a great pace. Why? Because we only list bargains, aud when we show ail Intending purchaser our list we cannot fall to nuke a deal. BRING YOUR BUSINESS TLACCS tons, niako tlie prices low. and we guarantecyou a quick sale. All business strictly confi dential. T. O. ANDER80K& CO., Keal Estate and lluslm-ss Exchange. 907 G street nurtliweat. FOR S-AJL.E-Clieap Corner gn-ccry and nvat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 September 1895

THE MOENING TI&ES,. JFBIDAT, SEPTEMBER 18, 1895. 8 Boys Need a NEW SUIT? Of course they do. What boy could spend three months at the seashore or mountains' and not wear out his clothes. The new ones are ready. A beautiful line it is, too. Styles, colors, patterns, and fabrics enough to please all tastes. Prices, too, are very tempting. Suits at $2.50, $3.75, $4.50, $5, $6, $7.50, and up; and such values from $1.50 to $3.00 more than these ever before commanded. School Shoes, Hats, and Furnishings too, are ready . Just as big assortment and as big values. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO,, 12th and F Sis. "ST $. KANN, SONS &C0 I 8tb and Market Space. 1,000 Boxes of Pure Buttermilk and Glycer ine Soap, 3 Cakes in a Box5 Each Highly Scented E and Wrapped Separately. 8c Box for Friday Only. The Satisfaction of feeling- one's self well dressed is very great. With one of the Djrenforth Suits on you ma- rest as sured that you look well dressed. 'We make a special point in keeping up with t...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

' --jf-SBJit&HSfHPBS tWuuwiyy j.-p1 be THE EVENING TIMES ias later news, elves fuller accounts, ha3 more local nows, Is more up-to-dato than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. ime SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news of the wcrld and all Washington happenlnes for fifty cents a month. Thl3 Includes Morn ing. Evening, and theSunday Edition. TOL. 2. NO. 54G. WASHLNGrTCXtf, D. C, SATURDAY- MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, IS 9 5. EIGHT PAOS. 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. " MttrttffttG A IITR OF HEWS What the Sunday Times of To morrow Will Contain. EVERYBODY IS INTERESTED Bo favorably has The" "Sunday Times habit" become fixed in the minds of Washinglonians that the advance story of what its articles will be is eagerly looked for., The advent of the enlarged Sunday Times In Washington mark...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

-"&&&& '1 s ,THE MOBBING TIMES, ,SALTRDA.T, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. J F Md.ElOTeath Streets. Storage archouses 2Jd st, near 1L - BliSUONU Wardrobe Box Couch The annual Furniture CI C3 ran CO Sale ends September 20. S-pccIal CI R PET ond I'PllOLSTEIlY GOODS SALES end September 2a I want to U tho Jeweler Trho comes into your inlnd first. That is what I am striving for to have 3'ou know me, remember me just at the right time. I want to build up a habit in you the habit of looking at niy JT street window every time you pass. This -latter shall always be worth your while if you are a lover of the Beautiful and ever' woman is. I want 3'ou to visit my store to sec what is new in jewelry at any- time buy when you like. C. H. DAVISON, Jeweler, 1 1 05 F ST. N. W. && Gas light is a better light than electricity if it's burned through a Siemens - Lungren Gas Lamp. And it sheds a beautiful white light, making it excellent for show windows and store interiors. Rented for 25c. ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

Fr&tei$gii'lZT'L' s-S&&K-KS!mZfk W!!vr "sfTsw -"pp; ?&&1&F3Xntt?3 &zr- bf-PJ t JJ5Mqj rs "53Rr-W5!F".i - ' I THE MOItNXNG TIMES, SATHRDA.1T, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. 3 Which' 11 you do? Go without a light - weight Overcoat and catch cold, ty phoid fever, or pneumonia then pay a big doctor's bill or pay us $5 or $10 Fall Overcoat? dress' Parker, Bridgets Go. 315 Seventh Street N. W. The standard of excellence in the construction of the "COLUM BIA" is a high one, and is stren uously maintained. We have 3-et to hear a "Columbia" rider find ing a fault in his machine. Riders who've learnt In our Big School can' always bo recognized by tho correct stylo of their ridlnc Our instructors know their work. lo purchasers of a wheel tuition Is free. District Cycle Co., Columbia," and "Hartford Agents, 452 Penn. Ave. J. Hart Brittain, .Manager. That Black Chev iot Double breasted Boy's Suit of ours which we offer at $2 will give 3'ou a fair idea of how little money it take...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

sf-s "vii''afTSr,i Tz THE MOENEfG TIMES, SATUBDAIT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893. ThB Washington Times OIORNlxa, ETEKtJTO, AND StJXDAr.) OWNED AND ISSUED B? The Washington Times Company. TIMES BOILOISO, EOKlUIVUVr CORXZK PENNSYLVANIA Atbnuiand Tenth Stbkke Telephone Editorial Rooms, ill Business OBcf, SJ. Price Morning or ETenlng EditionOne Cent. Sanday Edition ThreoCents. Jionthly by Carrier 21 onilnc and Sunday ...Thirty-are Cent, Evening Thirty Cent Horning, 1 " Erenlnsandf- FifttCeiti Sudsy, J WASHINGTON, D. a. SEPTEMBER 14. 1895. Tbe Times Is not responsible for tbe i)re.-r vat Ion of manuscripts sont to or left nt tills office. When no comiiunled by stamps sncti iilanii., scripts will lie returned, nltboucb any obligation to do so Is especlall disavowed. Eubscrlbors to "The Times" will confer a favofby promptly reporting any discourtesy of collectors, or neg lect nf duty on the part of carriers. Complaints either by mall or In per eon will receive prompt attention. The Morn I ns Edition...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

SS---S5M,--r(-eHse-, ? i? ?n5-??5 'is3 SiS-'TfK '-W THE MOKNTNG TIMES,. SATURDAY, -SEPTEMBER !, 1895. Lansburgh & Bro CLEAR UP TO 0 O'CLOCK TO-NIGHT WE'RE YOURS. That gives you from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. tc-nlcht. These extra hours are for your convenience, so If it Is Im possible for you to come out during the day you can rest assured you'll be served Just as Intelligently to night. JEWELRY ITEMS. Sterling; Sliver Stick PI s. handsomely de- lf)P signed n-, 4Sc SterlingSUver Hat Pins, beautifully de- Q5C slsned . White Metal Trilby Hearts, with Initial nandsomelvenerav- 00c cd, and chain .. 9Sc Boys' Solid Gold Rings, with beautiful ARf setttnss tmw HOSIERY SPECIALS. Ladles' Fine Cotton Hose, boot patterns; with striped and plain llsht-colored IQrj tops ,wv' Ladles' Hermsdorf Black Fine Llslo Hose, Richelieu rib or plain doublo soles, QRp heelsandtoos uwv 3 pairs for SI. OO. Boys' Extra Heavy R-bbedHose. Slzee Qr to9K ,i'0 Children's Hermsdorf Black Fine Ribbed Hose, doublo heel, k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

6 THE MOKNESTG TOLES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. Two Bargains In Couches. A remarkable bargain In Couches indoed-rfull size-spring seat spring edge and head-beautifully upholstered covered with figured corduroy. Price, Another good Couch at a very low price spring seat pillow head-fringed-made well and, very strong covered with figured corduroy. Price, -ri. - -,- - ,,;"is,f i?,;5iiT"-i'"-2!M.tvrij swr?xr.r.&fflv&irnw?&YJfysMP.!i:ii iMSMMA'mmsMsm jv ?SX ifcJ5-W asii. B, Williams, Don't forget to look at our stock before you fit j-our children out for school. We make a specialty of Boys' and Children's Clothing-, and can give you a good suit from S1.25 up. Children's Clothing has to stand a great deal of rough usage, and unless it is of good material and well made it will wear but a very short time. "We keep the kind that looks well and wears well. New York Clothing House, 311 7th St. N. W. Absolutely Painless Dentistry. )ur skill oar ex perience our up-to-date Instrume...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

-- -s. - tr V't?T K&Pg&y' Tt'x -eLy' '-.- '-k'.ssHgSBJSS.TiElSj jeg-pjF-- - -.-y- . -.jfcftS'saBgggTnjMti,. --iy:5!5?c vT THE MQRNTKG TIMES. SATUBDAX. SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. One Gent rer Word One Cent Per Word One Cent Per word One Cent Per Word One Gent Nondvortlj-raj-t lass than 10). o advertisement, teas tta 1 10. No advertisement leu than 10 No advertisement less than 10. No advertisement lass than 10a. : i'F'VWur I - f One Gent A No advertisement less than 10 One Gent w5B .No advertisement Ins than 10 BUSINESS CHANCES. Notv Is the Time to liny or Sell IlllMllllloS l'lnccw. Wcarc disposing ot them nt a great pace. Why? Pccatise woonly list liargains, and when we show an Intending purcliascr our list we can not fallto nuke a deal. BRING YOUll BUSINESS PLACES ions, make the prices low.nnd weguaranteeyou a quick sale. All business strictly confi dential. T. O. ANDERSON & CO., Eeal Eitate and Business Excliangc, 907 G street nort Invest. FOH SALE-Saloon, 725 "til st. niv. W...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 September 1895

-TJpti&lVfFg&g 8 THE 3TOBNHTG TIMES,- SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. --JiV-"- That Fall Suit will be needed yeryshoftly ifow. When you get ready come and see, our line. It' s the prettiest and best we ever had. Good.lionest value, too, in each and every garment. Suits at $TOri 2, $ 1 5, $ 1 8, $20, and up to $40 A big variety of styles, patterns and fabrics in each grade. Fall Overcoats, New Hats, Correct Styles in Shoes. Furnishings of every description, too, are ready, a choice assortment of the best makes at less than other people's prices. Our $3.00 Derby is the peer of anr Hat in America at that price. Robinson, Chery & Co, I2TH AND F STS. 1tSf!filitHriibttaSS33tS NN, SON 00. 5 8tii and Market Space. A Dozen that is twelve large all linen, fringed I table napkins with El rl - v -I Vli i-n checks or borders. Worth 75c. A 2C. rfcatgEHsSTsaJiJaa 514 Ninth St. N.W. Saturday's Savings With Us. CO DO Our Elegant All-wool Serge Skirt PiUO lined ull through, made up in the T...

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. — 15 September 1895

be iraes THE EVENING TIMES has later news, elves fuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news of the world and all Washington happenings for fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing, Evening, and the Sunday Edition. vol. 2. :isro. 547. WASHINGTON, D. O., SUNDAY MOKNESG, SEEMBER 15, 1895.--TWENTY PAGES. THKEE CENTS, i 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 whair other local newspapers have. KAISER UDjOCIUinS Anxious Consultations of Von Koeller and His Royal Majesty. VIGOROUS PBESS OPINIONS E on Some Journals TV hlcu. Has e Heen Called Coiixervattvc! Take Strong Grounds Against Prosecution of Radical Newspapers, and Against l'roposi'd Aiitl-So'liilist Laws. Berlin. Sept. 14. llcrr Von Koeller, Prussian minister of tlie Interior, returned to ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

-i- '.'TiSsj wrnpSfcAjijw 3 THE MORyiXG TIMES, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. MIHHnAHF!ELDSPOBTS MR morajwpaid at last WM llndson Bar Fnr and Cloak Co. .srnttff fWi$ a $&&k& r una Eleventh Streets. torace Warehouses St., near M. Sir. Alex. 31I!ne. now with us, -will tafce pleasure In serving his many friends and acquaintances In oar I"ur nlturo and Decorating Departments. In Carpets "We're offering truly remarkable values note worth', because the goods are all new this Fall's stock bright and fresh from the makers. These are some of them: 075 yards Extra Heavy TngralnCarpcH.in handsome . design. FormeriyBOcyard. Now 311-SO 225 yards good quality Tapestry Hrnssels Wree SOc yard. Now 3TC COO jards of our cele brated Agra Carpet. Rrgu larpriee.Sl yard. Now.. .. 6Bc 375 yards best quality Taistry Brussels. Former price. 75c yard Now G5C 403 yard Body Bnn'tels, handsome patterns, with borders to match. Ilegular $1 yard rttmllty Now.. .. T4C 475 yards Itoyaljavancse Wi!ton. Actua...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

"TH? 5i.w5" THE 3EOI?JsTXG TOIES. Sills DA3T, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. DEATH OF A NOTED FENIAN EXHIBITS IN A GR0G6ERY vrnir BOX U ARC 1111 The Emancipated Woman ma- wear bloomers if she likes, but at present the ladies who follow the Paris fashions will wear skirts. Wo hare a line of very superior Navy Blue and lilick bkilts ana plain HrilUanllno lined throughout made Aery full three eouellcs in the back excclltutly made stiffened $4.95. Since the fall of man in the Garden of Eden lovely woman has tried to make the best of mat ters by wearing- as pretty clothes as possible. The Ttlack and Nnvy Bluo Serge Box Suits, that we are selling at 90 Id, are pretty enough, for the daintiest of Kio's daughters. $9.95 It is woman's riyht anil privi lege to make herelf look pretty. Thoso Mazer bergo fault?, with rip plo back a ml full stlrlrj, that wo are ting only fb (Jo for, will make almost any woinau look pretty. $6.95 Any woman who sees lierselfinone of our bilk. Valts in the new fall styles wil...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

""Fxsg: .5jp z&n&s.quz&zwsisssBSfiEffi &jBG?&fv&g&pi i THE iiORNESGr TIMES, SU2sTDAT, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. TheWashinnton Times (Morocco, Evenixo, asd BranAr.) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Timc3 Company, TIMES BOILDIXQ. tCUUHlTST COBXXR rENVSTI.VJCSU. AVEXUI ISO TENTH SlUEST Telephone Editorial Rooms, 11V. uslncea Odce, "57. VriCf Msrnlnc or Evonlng EdItlon...One Coat S many Edition TUrooCoau. Xontbly by Can ler !orhlnc and Sunday .. Thirty-five CentA Erenlas Thirty Centi SLornlag, ) ETenlns andS- FISTT CEXTi tllliday, J WASHINGTON, D. C., SEPTEMBER IS. 180JL The Times Is not responsible for Hie irorMttlon ot mnnm-crlpts nciit lo or loft tit tills office. When no-compuiilc-d by (stamps such innnii scripts "111 te returned, although any obligation to do t.u Is espuclully disavowed. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer n. favor by promptly reporting uuy dKconrtcsy of collectors, or neg lect of duty ou tlie part of currleifl. Complaints eltbor by mull ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

Kg5fjW'9 S5S55p;.aj5KiS; tt-t5jSP5fgBPBfas THE MORKDSTG TIMES, SPOT AT, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. famous resort and start homeward this week. Among the many who are the lost to leave, are SeualprBJSniltu and Vest, both of whom liavo gimnthe famous waters a thorough test by the ndvice of physicians, and both arc reported as much improved. Senior and Madame Romero are expected home duting the coming week. OPPENHEIMER'S.eMMM. PRICES THAT MAKE YOUR PURCHASES TWICE THE NATURAL SIZE , SEPTEMBER'S MONEY SAVING. Mrs. C. Steible has returned after a two weeks' visit to New York. Miss Daisy Fox has returned after a pleasant summer at Colonial lleacb. The Rev. Dr. and' Mrs. Rogers have returned after a two months' -vacation spent among relatives. lansborgli&Bnr i RMMAdk. A COLLAR W -S BIwsLP m .Jf ' (OTTrV$irnT LNVMKDBjusaai The sale is onl Hundreds availed themselves yester day of the opportu nity to provide for autumn wear those ever-needed Collars. They are all right, too. Style right, fit ri...

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. — 15 September 1895

. ?? S-sTi :5jw?SSNie?55gpl8SSS TJIF, lOKXIXe TOIES, SUXJT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1893. MEtiWHOMEfiHTQHftBRY Peculiar Manners of Seekers of Licenses to Wed. OLERKS KNOW THEM AT ONCE oiiic Try to Look TJiieoiieerneil ,01 licru Miilli With nit Air of Sflf-S.iturnf-ildii "1 hi' Itoiiiiiutlo Young Mutt OtlK HI !lrl liy Her l'et Xuine. 'I lie Widower' Demeanor. One or tie a'siMaut clcrla at tlie city hall -nns standing In the door ll.at oiieiis on t lie. large. Hone pillared iortieo one day last week when a yours man nf about three and ivcut mrs allghtis! from a carimmcdlatel In front tt e entrance The joung man Mcpis-el to the pn.i nieiil and again apii-aml in full mciv betide the statue of LiniViii The new comer looked Mlout film an instant lie was not a frc-quenier of" that IsinloJlar rpet, awl wis not familiar it Hb tlie temple of JuMlce Thin be adianeiil up the stone Mips towards the doorway He was mee-Iooklng, w as probabl a deportment clerk or a boKkiipr down town. "When be reached the do...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

'"C-'fi "STNJ ' "2" """ 1 PE,-VV-!Tj: Y'JflJKeVSi" s ffiS ?3SlT7fWirv5w5fSS: " K"-sr rtF rs -' -5 j? " THE MORNTNG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 189&. Four Leading Styles. No matter how sour, cross-grained, or hard to please' you are you will find it impossible to look through this fall's stock without'buy ing. The four leading styles will be the "Round-corner Sack," "Cutaway Sack," ,rDouble-breasted Sack," and "3-button Cuta way." We are doubling last fall's amount of stock to double the business. Your money back as before for the asking, This fall's $10 Suits equal last fall's $12.50 ones. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTHIERS, 315 Seventh Street. cftRftJS RIGHT HERE I WAflT TO SAY That you will rejrrot It as long as you live If you don't take ad vantage of this Golden Opportunity and purchase one or more of those choice lots which we are now sacrif icing at beautiful 100 FEET ABOVE WASHINGTON. On Penna. R. R.. one-quarter of a mile from tho District line. Commutation fare six c...

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. — 15 September 1895

t&r? 8 THE MOBNiyG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15T1895. WHEN You get ready for your Fall Clothes, you'll find us prepared to properly serve you with a finer and better stock than ever before. We'd go out of the business if we could not show an improvement each season over the previous one. This season's improvement is the biggest yet. Improved styles, improved fabrics, improved qualities, improved fit, and improved prices (lower ones), all combined, make our present stock of CLOTHING, HATS, . SHOES, and FURNISHINGS the best in every particular ever offered to the Washington public. Fall Overcoats, for present use. Just the style and quality you want at just a little Jess than an one else can sell same grade. All prices, $ 1 0 to $35. Fall Derbys, all the newest shapes. Best quality made is only $3 HERE next best $2. All fully guaranteed. v Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes. 5-o'WVD ! FAMILY SHOE STORE. TRICES ARE LOWEST. SCHOOL SHOES FOR TH...

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