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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

tmk w Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMEShnin "WASHINGTON, D. O., SUNDAY MOKNTNG, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. zs&r AS IN OPEN BOOK Our business is open and above board to anybody in fact it's our greatest desire to enlighten every Washington Shoe-wearer about our Shoes and business methods. Ask the many who know all about us and our Shoes they will tell you that we fit them better, more satisfactorily and at less price than it can be done by any other house in the District; but better still : Pay us a visit before buying your Fall Footwear you will SURELY be the gainer. I During the coming week we shall offer some remarkable new Shoe attractions, notably the following: I The "Defender". $1.25 Shoes Superior to Shoes Selling at $ 1 .50. Boy's double soled Indies Genuine Cascn Calf Laced Dorgola Kid Shoes vn a neat . quare toe or nobby Button or Laced. razor toe last. fiemarkablo shoes for the price. Girl's dressy well-made Men's Yeal Calf Button or Laced. Solid Double Sole Half a dozen Lace or G...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

v 15 -, ZL - kiT-V! t7 THE MQBiqKtf TIS &0&DAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. 10 ALLWURWHiTERiBBOHS DistricrW. C.T.U. Preparing f Gi lts Annual ftl?"'" officers to be jjjOted Unity Interesting S-ei.Mrts from tlio Various Departments Are Expected. Ilrlot History of the Famous Organization iviilcli Ju i'elt tile "World Over. The annual meeting ot tlicWomen'sChrls fcan Temperance Union will be held In this city September 27. The limitations are that there will be an unusually large at tendance. The Washington branch or the union is making extensive arrangements for the reception ot the. -visiting delegates, and many important mnttcrs will be discussed at the Ecssiona of the convention. In the quiet little town or HUlsboro, Ohio, twenty-one years ago, the Women's Chris tian Temperance Union was born. It -was two clays before Christinas, in 1873 when the woman's crusade was started. The nestdaythecruradcopenedtn Was Illus ion Court Houee, and for fifty days the whole country kept intereste...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

''IP'-? ""Fvr- 5-5-- ' '''v-i- v-jaf- v , saaSz VVwM "s."-- :,ft Sw- THE MORNING TIMES, SUiVDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. 11 $01 HHIIIM TYPES Street Cars Furnish the Observ. ant With Amusement. AGILE FRONT SEAT EUSHEES (Tlicii Tliero' tlio Mull TTIjo Thinks JI Has a Mortcngo On tlio Cor ner Srau Tlio Xow IVuiimii YUo Vloiinoes In, nnd tlio Summer Girl Who Scatters Perfume About. We bave all met tlicm, and tve areallfa miliar with them, those types of people to be encountered In the course of a ride on tbestrectcarsntanytlmeofthcday nrafter noon. They do not differ cc&entlally in any city of toe Union. Tliey are, In fact, pretty much the tamo the world over. They arc Interesting, amusing, offen sive, attractive, or distracting as the case may be; but the 6trect car types of trav elers arc pretty much the same everywhere. Unless one has a carriage in which to bowl along during the summer afternoons f ter the sweltering heat of the lorg drawn out day6, the best way In which to get good ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

r"35r5; "S7 ?3r 'ss ?FlplSfSpSM - . Mas.: -.y- 13 THE MOKNXBTG TIMES. SU3STDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. a -gr&-nXZ? - Y ' -v3--S --.s? RETRY FlWiC & OLD TIIJfE FIGHTS Pugilists and Famous Bouts That Occurred Back in the Sixties. SPECTATORS TOOK A HAND Ounl Crowds Thnt rrcquented tho Sport Often Mmlelt End In Tragedy. Hunt-. Which Last Setenty and Highly lloundis Recollection of un Old lttiin Patron. "There's not much to be paid about prize fights In the District, either past or present, that I know of," said the old timer. Ned Donnelly, to a Times man. "There never was a big fight pulled off around here There were a good many ring followers In Washington In the old days.-but they had to go a good way from home to see a fight 'The battles that probably stirred Wash ington fight-iollowcrs as they were never stirred before, and as they have never been stirred since, were those between Sam Collier and liarny Aaron. Sam was Baltimore man, was well known here end everjbody liked him. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

JSSnRfsJKrww5flfc ' v'WRB?te!Sa!ft'i?'-?'K?i2cw5-5ac-' "w ,-i"-'"7T-S!5s:"-a'-CtTri'V s,t IiiWliajjS5ea THE MORTEN Gr TIMES, SUNDATT, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. 13 A WOMAN'S TONGUE. Page For Those liflio Like to LaJgh BAITED HIS BREATH. ' : -- i--tJis. I Little Boy Papa, what part of Father Woman, my son, is no no Purdoned the Deception. "Then you deceived roe?" "Yes, Alfred." "And you married mo knowing that you were rich?" v "Yce, Alfred." She now concealed nothing, nothing of tho terrible fiction whereby she bad led fclm to believe her poor. "Can you forglvo me, Alfred?" TYlth pleading, contrite eyes, Bhe watched In hieface the cUdenccs of the struggle that waged in his bosom. "Yes," he answered at last. "We will live It down." And they did. He even quit his Job, and devoted himself exclusively to living it down. Detroit Tribuno. THE WRONG KIND. -0M I j03k 'ill- llfl iRUiH' WmS? nil i, iv p ft if til s nmMW m llw Iwl v W Vw'r, Jj( fg Fuller Dust I dls der Free Press? Editor Yes, sir. Fu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

mffm!0gSim9mS! -,lpJw"krt r T- - &W J-- :v-v -t-Ap ---r,rtisg-rffw-HC" 14 THE MORyiKG TIMES, , SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. in Fn$ Fur$ ODISH WRAPS IX .MARKET POR NEXT WINTER. Seal, Sable and Astrakhan, Coat3, Capes, Collars, Muffs and Boas, of Priceless Value, New York, Scut. 14. Whether the winter promUes to be severe or mild makes not the smallest difference to women, who arc giving a good deal or profound thought to the contents of their camphor trunks. By the calendar of fashion It is now full time for bringing forth from their limn swathlngs and mothball atmosphere the wraps of last year, that the furrier may re model, where a modernizing touch is needed, or provide a whole wardrobe of furs anew. Many an ambitious Individual who wrought ard saved all the summer rnorths, to the end that the might clothe herself In sealskin against winter's chill, will change her mind and her purchase on learn ing that t ne price of this pelt has reached a u altitude only possible to very ric...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

p..- - - -wtfsf'V'-- mzr "g,'?gf-'J- THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDA-SEPTEMBER 16, 1896. 15 n A T-J f--SM. , 1f in vt-rpn (Copyrighted.) CIIAPTER VI. (Concluded.) "Listen to roe," said Key, passionately "I am thinking only of you. I want to and 'will save you from any blame blame you do not understand even now. There is still tlmo. I will go back to tlie convent with you al once Voj shall tell mo anything; I lvl!l tell you everything on the way." She had already completely restored her luslcre garb and drew the veil across her face. Willi the putting on her coir shescera ed to have extinguished alt the joyous youth fulness of her spirit, and moved with thedc llberateness of renunciation toward the door. They descended the staircase to gether without a word. Thoso who Baw there pass made way for them with formal respect. Wiien they were in Hie street she said, quietly: "Don't give me your arm sisters don't take it." When they had reached the street corner she turned It, saying, "This is tho...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

SSSPP? '$&$& THE MORNING TIMES, 'SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. 1G HOWARD GOULD'S NIAGARA Sport Across the Atlantic Among Titled Swells. CRACK OF TWENTY KATEKS A Herreshoff Boat Which Beats the Kaiser's and Dunraven' s. When George Gould was racing the Vigilant against the Trlnce ot Wales' Britannia last year, ami losing must ot the time, some Jll-nalured persons said of him that he was trying liarder tii get Into swell society across the Atlantic than he was to win races. No more mphatlc refutation of that chargo could have been given than this patriotic and public spirited course this year In foregoing ny furtherracing with thePrinecotWales' big cutter, and sending the Tigllant back to America simply to act as a trial horse for the Ddfender. Howard Gould has this year been racing In British waters with the Herreshoff twenty-rater Niagara. Among the owners of twenty-raters In England there are to be found more titled swells than In any other class devoted to yacht racing. Ti't...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

- - --, im jh"Ews tMj"jJ"t3jg'iiitfp -K- v"i&t!r:&c$j&3?Ei JfiW:MK"SS'- .t? igS-V --7'r,''35FpBS?r ' THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER l. 1895. IT F--V ST" ' rss AMUSEMENTS. PROBABILITIES FOE THE TJ. S. COOL. "The Leader in His Line," AMERICA'S MODERN MONARCH OF MIRTH, WILL APPEAR AT THE ACAD S 's TO-MORROW NIGHT In JOHN J. McNALLY'S Latest and Greatest Farce- Comedy The Production will be absolutely perfect, the most expensive and complete equipment that has ever been given to a farce-comedy. Orchestra Chairs, T I, Kccrcii.. 1 Orchestra Circle. n w iilm:mvu Olfl Dress Circle, Ke- tc- rn served UUu Matin:es, 25 and 50c, Reserved. Zs& DMPP Mb There's an -jto Most Things BUT NONE TO MR. DAILEY'S SUCCESS ! Next Week THE ELrCTKIC.iL COlILDV-DKl.H.l, GRAND OPERA HOUSE, EDWARD H. ALLEN. Manager. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. BEGINNING TO-MORROW NIGHT. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. First Time in Washington OF Wm. A. Brady's Comedy Drama, "OLD GLORY," - Wiittcnby Chas. T. Vincent...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

-r- --ic-iBa v;-1 3crj 5rtP's3 a-VS-fssKsga THE MOKN1STG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. 18 -.arv-Si xT- " "-ItVltUuj wjr-s - iMIHlllBBB CIRCLES Matters of interest to Organized Workingrnsn of the District. , MEETINGS KORTHIS WJiEK. SUNDAY, REriEMUER 10. Columbia Typographical. Union, No 10 1 TypograplilcalTcrunle. L. A. -JiCb. K. ot L, JIuMcians Elks Hull, Ninth and Pennsylvania avenue. The Times AssemWy.K. or L. Plasterers' Hall, Pour-and-a-lmir ttreet und Penusyl aiila avenue, 3 p. m. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. L. U., No. ISO Brotherhood ot Car pentersHall, 627 Massachusetts avenue. L.. A., 1C 14. K. or U Journeyman Plas terers Plasterers' Hall, Four-und-alialf etrect and Pennsylvania avenue. U A., 1748, K. of L. Carpenters and Joiners Society Tempi, Filth and G streets. L. A., 1228, K. ot L. Hastercri,' Lathers Mariners' Temple, Seventh street south west, opposite l'eutz ivharr. L,. A., 1040, K. or L linkers' Drners Bunch's Hall, 314 Eighth street. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. Federatio...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

Pi5ii5rTTSpS555SpiSsS5Sl r- .. s-w-..-. . ?r --,---' 4-Vr,-- sswr -n? JstsFJ-fSS - - jri'' " --s-'-f'-rm; THE MOBNTNG TIMES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895. 1& One Gent Per Word One Gent Per Word One Gent vfi KoadTcrtUameat ! thaa 10- One Gent Per Word One Cent Per Word No advertisement less than 1 Ox No advertisement less than 10 No advertisement less than 10 J. NoadvcrtlsemsatUsi thaa 10. One Gent & No advertisement less than 10. One Geni . So advertisement less tt l 10. RUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE-Corner storo and dwelling in mr iOxBO: store nnd 5 rooms; Sr.,500; rented $25. JAMES O. JESTER, 63u F si. nw sel5 "AXEAD PIPE." Witllet party with $Tuo up in on ground floor; no farmer or middleman need apply; will guarantee not to waste your time; immediately ad- dressHUSTLr.lt, IhlsolTicc. It WANTED A partner Willi 5250, in co.li uustness. Address It. L., this of fice. y-,ir-3L- A CHAHCE for a. business man A Urse -tore aul dwelling of seven rooms nnd 1 .till, Iieeii renting tor fo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 September 1895

V?m 5r fri-w-" P.t$it5 5 J J5 T2fc 5d 5g5iP&-"'e" 5fiwS5!SgB9eK" 20 THE MOBBING TOLES. SUNDAJ, SEPTEMUER 15, 1895.. .fc-"!1 The Rink .ji Sow- Ready " ': to show you the most complete line of Furniture, Carpets, Upholstery Goods, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Wall Papers, etc., to be found in the city we have been busy the past week opening up new goods, and now have them ready for your inspection, in our Mammoth Show Room (first floor), covering an area of over 25,000 square feet the largest one-floor show room in the United States. PARLOR SUITES, over 100 styles to select from, in framed, over-stuffed and Marquette styles, upholstered in Silk Damask, Silk Brocatelle, Satin Damask and Silk Tapestry. Prices to suit all. CHAMBER SUITES in Mahogany, Curled Birch.Bird's Eye Maple and Oak in all the newest designs. Dressers with square, oval and shaped beveled French plate mirrors. Suites $15 to S200. CARPETS Don't bit- your carpets until you see ours. We have no hesitancy in saying we a...

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

gfsmifstfSissSf imes SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES set all the news of the world and all Washington happontns3 for fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing, Evening, and theSundayEdltlon. 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 Washlnsrton. WASHESTGrTOX, D. C, MONDAY" 3IOENIKG, SEPTEZUBEIt 1G, 1805.--EIGTXT PAGES. ONE CENT. VOL. 2. 2fO. 54S. 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. ill's m mm PEOPLE WERE SHIVERING "CQME down; cortez, TEDDY INVADED THE CLUBS POLES ARETO GO TO-DAY A jisM'f&'!jFWpt-asgg n-mufcgqgt &he fVIQK N tPrU v JUIs, Stettin Maneuvers Prove It Will Be Count Von Waltlerses. LESSON OF THE MIMIO FIGHT rruoii Suffered Greatly From the Heat, but Bore Up Willi rriissluii l'luek Defocts Disclosed In tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 September 1895

isSWtsjTw' - Ks-c-v '-'s?yfnfl,,' jTiSEAT jtsp-v-" --- THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1895. r-?5s rf31 layR'a bn .asuoif F anil Eloroath Streets. Storage nreLousM-SJd st, near M. "We have a Rocker of a" trulv marvelous value, either in Solid Oak or Mahogany finish highly polished. Spring seat, richly uphol stered in Silk Tapestrjvor Brocatelle. Worth 3.75', now $2.60. Ttoeso sweeping reductions of from 10 to rrfi )er cent are inadeou every stock or Furniture In stock during our Clear ance balo. I want to ba the Jeweler who Drat comes Into' your mind. The Diamond lias always been the fav oritc amongst precious stones. Its brilliancy and scintillation and its wondrous reflection of the glorious hues of the rainbow make it a peer among gems, and a fitting adornment for lovers of the beautiful. It symbolises two great virtues purity and inno cence and is specially suita ble for engagement rings and wedding gifts. I have a rare stock of them, exquisitel.v mounted on rings, broo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 September 1895

L5aBJ5Bgifl(jjij!!Jp i'S?'W.-!lWWJIi-'" -S(-ra!e?aS'4irWX : &&$gg&& X ? THE MOUNTING TIMES, MCXtflVKY, SEPTEMBER. 1(5, 1895. - 8 W33&&& RING AND TRICK GOSSIP PARKER. BRIDGET CO , Clothiers, S15 Ttb hi. CllAIG & IIAIID1NU, 13th and KM a. SCMEUJSJI FAVOR Wagners Renew His Contract to Handle the Senators. 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," "Double-breasted Sack," and "3-button Cuta way. ' ' We .are doubling last f all' s amount of stock to double the business. Your money back as before for the asking, This fall's S10 Suits equal last fall's $12.50 ones. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTHIERS, 315 Seventh Street. Practice J ; Cycling at - ! Field, I7t'i and lists. Close to State, War and Navy Building; a maguificentrtrack in an inclosed area of 100,000 square fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 September 1895

-. - -i?n' -- - r '-jism's ;"y-S3!s. S5"nr-i',5'$-,- p-?esiw3iawr-53: t THE MOHNIITGr TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1895. 4 J TheWashington Times PIORSIsa, ETESCCI, AND SCXDAfc) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company. TIMES BCILDINQ. EOVTHWIST COIU.TK FES!bTI.TAIU- AVENUE AMD Texto. STEEET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, in. Business Office, 417. Tr'ce MDrnlnc or Evening Edltlon.-One Cent Sjnday Edition Throo Cents. J'onthly fcy Carrier llornlnc aud Sunday.. ...... Thirty-flve Cents. Evening Tnlrty Conti. 2V)rnlnc. ) Evening and V Fittt Cesta bandar, ) WASHINGTON, D. G, SErTEUBEIl 16. 1893. TIip Times Is not responsible for I lie preM-riiition of nianircrlptH Kent to or left ut tills office. When ac companied lij- stumps hucIi miinii cripl will lie returned, ultliousli tiny nbllxutloii to do o In eMpeetnlly dlbiiiou td. 6ulMcrlbor to "Tbo Times" will confer a fnvor bj promptly roportlnjj liny discourtesy of collector, or neg lect of duty on the pnrt of carriers. Complaint cithe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 September 1895

s jiiSAi'"i'5:ir-c y '"? ,v-- f S. -I-S; ' ' fKS?". - K . jyv -svn-tfrawsj; "x" " &-- THE MORNING TIMES, HQJ9DAT, SEPTEMBERIG, 1895. Lansburglt&Bro NEW SILKS. What a stock to select from. You know we always lead in variety we devote so much space to Silk s every new shade every new pattern is here. 28 Inch Changeable Taffeta Silk. Worth CQn . 80c. lor DOO yd PrettvraconneTaffc ta all the nenest Ihp . effects, ror IJuja- 25 Inch Black Satin. Would be cheap for lUn . Si.ooja lubyd- Our assortment of ratio Silks for Dress Waists and Trim mings cannot he equaled. All tho newest wemes and CI flfl shades 4l ,UU yd- 24 Inch mack I'onct dc CI flfl Sole, splendid Gallic 4I.UUyd. 20 inch Satinlinchcsse aii siik. i:oniuBci nn . shades 's? I .UU yd. 24 inch Illnclc Satin lluclics.se. Worth CI nfl SI 25yd. ror........ 4I.UU jd. 24 Inch mac. risurcd crouud Colored I'c. kin stripe Gros dc I onJrcs Silk. Worth C I nfl SI--? J J. lor. - 4liUU)d. 24 inch lllack firos Grain Silk, the hot C I O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 September 1895

v- sssxfTl 7z!rj5zp&rz L5W353 SS-jF- 5far&T-"s''--'rrt w THE MORNING TITLES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1395. IT BENDERS It! SELFISH AND THIS SALE STILL GOES ON. 8S Wash. 11 Williams Dally llargain& SSVraSyBsCfiSl ' SiH Four Record Breakers Our store is full of bargains, but we consider these four bargains something decidedly out of the ordinary. We have no doubt you will think so too if you see them. A handsome Antique Quarlered Oat M Jebourd -swell front French IlJovol Glass-high oollsh finish well made perfect in every detail Only $34.25. A Quartered Oalc China Closet 2 polish lluisa mirror top class lnut I shelves well made and fin ished Very handsome. Only SI 3.25. A Quartered 0.ik S-IL Extension 3 Tahlo polish front cry service able. Only SIO.25. A strong, well mode, comfortable 4 1'orch llocker, useful In or out of doors. Only s i .oo. We always keep a fine se lection of Carpets, Tapestry, Brussels, Moquette, Axmin sters. Velvets, and Body Brus sels, and a full line of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 September 1895

'-'iKVKH 'P--"-""'3"liaS30 YTrri91f (?M-nw&""-n&ffF!rPTri- - V THE MOBNTNG TIMES. 3I03SDAT. SEPTEMBER 16, ISito. Ons Gent & INo advertisement :css .t.a 1 10. One Cent Per Word One Gent Pfl W0R3 ?o advertisement les than 10a. Nondvertlijmjat ! than 10. lgg-liB. VW-WMiy. "'iW u'HegBSpjjiteTtFS".- One Gent No advertisement less than 10a One Genf B No advertisement Ion than 10 i 0n8 Cant & NoodtertUoraent Jess than 10. One Gent & No Advertisement less than 10 J. business chances. FOR SALE Corner store nuil dwelling in nw., ux80; store and 5 room;.; $5,500; rented $25. JAMES U JESTER, 639 Fsl nw sel 5-2t WANTED-A partner with $250, in coat business. Address H. L., this ot fiee. tel5-3t A CHANCE for a busiecss mun-A"" large More auu dwelling oi seven rooms and bath, been renUng lor forty dollars per moult), w ill Mill yoj at a bargain, as I need home motley. Small cash payiiientaud twenty dollars per month. Unit will pay for place. This Is a rare chance for the right m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 16 September 1895

fSPW "s-?SH,',ri?" Y' "" r4T?.- -'pr-s-5r5P!.a "'M" ;g6'5?sr6r- fc-e-c- -- THE MORNINGr TIMES, 31 ON DAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1S03. '-rZFz& RT You this morning with a FALL SUIT? We'll do so in a few minutes and do it PROPBRLY too. As much style and as good quality as at the best custom shops, but for about one-third less money and without the vexatious delay of waiting for the garments to be finished. Prices are Suits $ 1 0 to $40, Fall Overcoats $ 1 0 to $35, and the best assortment in town to select from. If 'ou are at all interested (and every man is), in ar tistic footwear, see the new styles just received in OUR Shoe Department. We can give the best of Cobblers pointers on Shoes. Suppose you let us .supply your next pair. The more particular you are the more you'll ap preciate getting shod HERE. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. We're after the School Trade and wo are goinp to make a trreat effort to secure, a largo portion of it Onr shoes are of the right kind to salt bo...

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