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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

T-,. .S"'-1' ii!fi&s-S5f3i ?"- '- v p HF, gyjf nTn q TIMES has jvs, gives fuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. VOL. 2. NO. 554. 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. PE1RI PIBIUB1 HUE Arrive at St. John's All Safe and Sound and With Many Relics. NO IMPORTANT EESULTS Tliey Reached the Most Northern Point of Greenland, Hut Were Hampered by Insufficient Supplies and Lo-s of DogH.niid Made a Nar row Escape From Death. St. Jolias, N. r., Sept. 2l.-Tlie Peary relief steamer Kite arrived bore this oftcruo.in. bringing Peary, Lee and Ilcn-on cafe borne. The Peary expedition party endured niu.!i hardship last winter, but, undaunted, started northward again in April In an attempt to make a new recuid. Tliey succeeded In reaching Independence Bay, w...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

- --tilASUHaitWtKNQl! a THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, aEF'rJSMJJElt 22, 189o. bMsoomo I" and Eleventh Streets. Storage W arehousea 22d St., near M. ligl Solid Oak om 7n Sideboard &HUU -worth every cent of $15 but it's one of those good purchases that have helped to make us locally fa mous. Has beruled plate mirror, 1 drawer 1 nel Tor sllrer, cast brass trimmings, carroil top, polished finish. The New Patent DINING EXTENSION TABLE is the most con-, venient thing of the age. lias shelves underneath, which does atray with the cumbersome lear boz. A ihild can operate it extending or contracting the table. Half a dozen flinorent styles at prices beginning at tit So man- reasons why the electric light is superior to g-as light. Safer, more con venient, cleaner and easiest artificial light there is on the eye-sight. Electricity is rapidly side-tracking steam as a motive power. "We furnish the power will turn it on when 3-ou'r ready. United States Electric Llehtinc Co., Ml Hth st, n. w. Th...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

; -ww-w aw-t'ti anHtnivr-, . r - "VV sr?K?vi&, 4P i THEl MOByigyLj5tg.Egapqa;gg'g1 ?? J8-, GCv &$&&&?&& S i SPECIAI , for to-morrow. Special , Item's of special interest at ( special prices. Original value , over one-third of that advert tised. Quantity of some of the V goods limited. f ft 6 0 " hi j 100 English ' Oak JRecep Mion Tables, fancy legs, bot fctoni shelf for- bric-"a-bfac, highlj' polished; top" 16x16. Worth 98c. . i 9c d ""m--T.'VT"-''T -ty-jwayaw y 500 Towel Rollers, fancy walnut frames, gilt bound, ? 6c X 100 White Corrugated 'Ear" Aamel Frame Mir " ror, three sizes, ,9x9, 10x10, 12x 12. Worth 39c. Choice r 9c Wg&mmm ,100 Cocoa Fiber Mats, fine brushy heavy binding. 'Worth 50c. - 29c One lot of Antique Oak Blacking Boxes, highly pol-ished-moquette, carpet top, iron restTand blacking box holder. Worth $1.50. v 89c 200 pieces Japanese Gold Cloth for Draperies; same designs as in best China Silks. Worth 25c. 15c yd . One assorted lot of Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

S'JL'(SWfei!!'V?a -,cr -gn,- -rt?-3 v5 Vr-- THE, rMCraIlMESIENilV JSKPTBBEWJBtTMr I895T TheWashiaiton Times (UOBKixarSrEwin, and Sundat ) OWNED AND ISSUED BT Viae Washington Elmes fCamjjaaT. -, lit i I i roOBKBOttDOiO I v CCUUHJHT COKNEK Pennsylvania Atescs AMD Testu SntKrt ? Telephone (UtQrjaWBrB.l3 Business Offlce, sis. JVce Mnrntng or Fvenlng Edition.. One Cent Sjnday Edition Throo Cents. I'orlhlr by Carrier Horning and Sunday Thlrty7flT Cental . Ihrcmliig.. ,.......:.,.,:Tlnrtycj)ntsJ B.tae.f 3) t i it . J .! Y-- evening and ..Airtnr CENTi" &audar, WASHINGTON. ;C.j6ErTEXIBEn22. ISKij iL5 ( ? Subscribers to "The primes" will confer a fa-or-by jiruirriitly reporting , nity discourtesy of colIectq-B, or nog- , Iectiuf duty-cut (lie part of carrier. CoiiiiilnliitB-eltuerHJj- tnalror In iier ion will Tccolvo .prompt 'uttoutlun. ."Tile 'Morning AdltknA(dioiild.bo .da-' llcered'to all parts of tlio city by U 3lj -clockn. m., JiicIuellnirtSuni'.ajr." The' V-Vonlng .Edition nbould Ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

I ppppu&? PaP'WS3gitej'3 j5iifeifJ,S5B-',xrart 53-; iftwiSfijfre. gggSES'SS THM0nN2NGlrTmm WSlDXar, -SEPTEMBERS 22; "lE&Str j 1 - yr . .1 " .v i?ini - im mm M . S &. 3 -W " mJ " Ac-knoivledged tiie iBest , ,- An nolnt of varletv. In noveltv of creation, and I'heTowest prices. Such criticism can be .modistes. Our Colored Dress Goods ,Departrnent ? Has mow .sucscstlons of value to offer jou Come In and loot oluut learn oil about tlic ncn thinjjs. Our-salespcQplc. will answer all qucst'onspolltolv and Intelligently, for we onlj employ people of abllltj the arc tlioroush grnJuatcsin the Press Goods' bust mess. These Stand Foremost In, Big Values: - '&tj1cs Silk MIiedTlnliJs, t . Vft , Ytorth37j;cjard 1 u,.. OC ard ' " 'Winch Henrietta, all wooL in tcnututnnfelors. Worth 50c nra.....vX. .-: .'...-.,.... OOC ari1 Tho leadingsolorsxnSainch Covert iloth. - -- tVortkOcynrd... .'..'. - u. ....OoC yard i . The roost beautiful Glnco-Suitln3 anil Persian . . JHniircSB1ttdbfiida. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

"sM5sy--46""5sBSS X'3&:S? JRByWJiSWSSCTs'SSWKiii " THEiarpjyiyGKTpiEs, jstrypiiY September '22Ki895n - -PARKER, BRIDGET & CO ,., tioxnierSiBujin it. 'Three little ponies and carts free. One each to be given November 1st, Decem ber 1st, and January fist?" Aiiy little b4oyxdf girl under sixteen jrears of age can com pete. The boy or girl -that gets us the most trade during these months will be the winner.. Tell your friends that when they buy to have the amonnt credited to Tour name. You can see the ponies, learn alL the particu lars, and get a card by ap plying to the store on Mon day. Parker, Bridget & Go Clothiers, 315 7th St. SEHATORSFIHISFfSTRBNG . kl.1L. A.. I .; ButthFfliilliePRayed r f r L tlftst forlThem. tT Too -6, Test a "Crescent" with any othr wheal 70a 111. Tut tbrcn "Uirourti the parre"- anr way and everything 703 think a t4cjclr sbouLI Btand. Then awe If 70a (1001 acre that OtttCEMV are the flnert wtigil la lb. wot 10. 540 10 $90. Western Wheel Works, s Was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

lT,tWlRSB5r,a85ra(() $y5t-v. "- ? -ssssifijki ?Uvt-yts9:-Wr fP?CW?W3g 4iSHSiS507,,,"4,jSs5jr- snw-y-- THE MORiNTNGr TIMES, STJKlJAY, SEPTEMBER 22," 1895.' . 7 Wf BOB FITZSfflONS DREAM In His Vision He Thrashed Gentleman Jim. MOST "I'UGS" SUI'BKSTITIOUS Fitzsimmons' Kangaroo Ear Impresses Australians. Mitchell's Hoodoo. OBFITZSIMMOXS" confident prediction that he will defeat James J. Corbett for the world's LjSygra yff championship at A. Vs. Dallas, Tex., next K ZVffarfjili- month because ho & JywKafa has had a dream to that effect, is accepted with all tbo t,eriousncss by the tittle fraternity. Fighters, like gamblers, are Miperstitious. Indeed, I never knew a fighter who bad not a bupcrslltlnn of some kind, no matter how clever he may have been. Jobn L. Sullivan would only step Into a ring with a green pair of tights. In the belt of wblch was concealed a talisman which bU mother had given Mm. Paddy Ryan, on the other band, was so fearful of punishment bo would receive at the ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

1 "i'SJfiW1 H5SST3Ss(d - THE MOHNTffGr TIMES, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22,1895. You Can't - Enthuse very much jyer heavy-weight clothes in such weather as this, but we are sellingalinost as many as if the weather was seasonable. If you would see the garments you'd know the reason. It is the largest assort ment of the richest fabrics, choicest patterns, newest styles and truly artistic garments ever offered for sale anywhere. MERIT always wins, and no matter "what others may claim YOU KNOW WHO, in Washington, has always sold the most MERITORIOUS GARMENTS, and you'll still find HERE, the best of everything. The Best Clothes. The Best Hats. The Best Furnishings. The Best Shoes. For men, boys and children, all at lowest prices quoted anywhere for like qualities. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS. HATS-SHOES. BEGINS J; Wo-MORROW If you haven't had time yet to supply your little folks with shoes bring- them down early to-morrow morning-. Children's Dongola button shoe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

&&&i!ttfir&bm. T - Part 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMESP9to20 WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. m ET!H.IE ARRESTS Go Peaceably With a Policeman When He Wants You. m 10 Our Platform We sell "Reliable Shoes Only." The best in America atthe price. REMEMBER that. ELSE THERE'LL BE TROUBLE Crocker's Are Children Ready For School MANY mothers bought for their children in other stores have only lasted a month or possibly six weeks. Thej- have excused these shortcomings by V reasoning that their children were racing and romping all day and that the shoes were BOUND to give way. This is all WRONG and such shoes are not deserving of the name. There isn't a pair of shoes in our three stores that you cannot place absolute dependence in for DURABILITY and COMFORT. Just as fast as mothers realize that "Hahn's Shoes are Relia ble" just that fast our business increases and right here we will say that we sold more School Shoes last week than in any other six days since we'v...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

r?ry "T-af-"- . SSE53W5 30 THE MORNING;. TOLES.r jgtffi DAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. P5S 2 Costs to see for yourself whether our prices are not lower than 'ou can iind elsewhere. All our Lightweight Suits, we are selling out at prices that do not cover the cost of the cloth. You can buy them now for half the price you could in the Spring, and we are not through with the warm weather yet. Our Pall Stock is. so immense that we want all the room we have, to display it so, all the summer goods must go, if we have to give them away. HERMAN, THE CLOTHIER, PROCESS SERVEfiS' TRIALS Deputy Marshals Are Not the Luckiest Men in the World. EVADING LAW'S COMMANDS ferils They Endure In Quod of Men AVlio Are"Wniitl In Court Amus ing Anecdotes of 1'ers.onnl Experi ence by Several of the Guild Tuo I Italian Hidden In Ills Organ. The man who studies the careers of men end who drops Into the office where deputy marshals hold sway In the belief that he has struct sinecures Is bound to find that be isllke M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

tfcft! 99nsfgffm&s THE MORNING TIMES, SUN DAT SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. 11 TliU Great Hnll Will Bo Inaugurated mi October 1 In llio 1'rci.enco ot lllzln-M DliriillnrlpsiitttioCliurcliln America ami Willi Illes.liisH of His Holiness, Pope Leo. ThededlcationofMcMabonnallorPliilos phy, tin Tuesday, October 1, marks an era In the educational history if Washington. It will also be the occasion of the greatest pomp and ceremonial ot the Catholic failli ever witnessed here. Mgr. Satolll, the papal delegate, will make the opening address, and Cardinal Gibbons, fourteen archbishops and nearly a thousand priests will take part in the sen id's. On this date the Catholic Universlty tbrows opens to the world her philosophic, scientific and social schools and thus the event marks the assumption or rull univer sity status b this great institution. Here tofore it has merely been a dilnlty college ot a high order, Ihcu It w ill be a unci ersity invested with authority aud equipped with facilities, app...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

12 THE MOUSING TIMES, STI2SDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. TIELIS STO33&AY TIMIES9 PA-SB-E AM1C9 MUSIC AWB lrHE!ATKICAlL( AMUSEMENTS. SEW MTIOMMPECIAL Engagement Extraordinary. One Week, Commencing MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. THE NEW YORK AND LONDON SENSATION, Under the Management yi Reign 'H$ljS yfm of' (P Presented by the- Famous GARDEN THEATER BUR LESQUE COMPANY, direct from itsunequaled run of 282 consecutive nights at A. M. PALMER'S GARDEN THEATER. NEW YORK, with the entire production complete, and the im mense cast,including J - - WILLIAM COLLIER, Harry McDonough, Ed. Chapman, John W. Wilson, Alexander Clark, John Keefe, Henry Leoni, William Gillow, And Seventy-five Others. HERMAN PERLET. -..--- Musical Director. Sale of Seats opens Thursday morning, September 26 next, at the Box Office of the National Theaterand an early application for the same Is advisable. RERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER. COMMENCING TO-MORROW NIGHT AT 8. "The Pennant Winner," Fields and Han...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

s?rr -71 THE MISPLACED STRAW. t k j ,: Iff i' i f 1 11 5 " . 1 Mr. Inkslingor Here, Johnny, run and got me a glass ut lemonade It's terribly -warm. 3 All! Thero's nothing llk'o n cold lemonade on a warm day. G Ha! Da! Hal ?. F GRANTS COUNCIL OF 1TA11. He Never Slid a "Word, Jut Sat and Smoked. 'In one respect Grant," said Col. McFall, ot St. Louis, who served with liim before YiekEburg, "was a source of great worri ment to the commanding officers taking part In liis councils of war," quotes -an ex change. "This came.from his reticence during the councils, and his prompt individual action afterward. Grant would sit and listen to all the others had to say, smoking his cigar and occasionally taking a drink as this hos pitable refreshment might he passed around. Then, when the talk -was" all over and every one had expressed his opinion as to what should be done. Grant would leave the tent and go to Rawlins, his chief of staff, and begin Issuing orders. No one knew to what decision he ha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

T-. J?J' "V7-!" fJ?'TJtfS4!.- wawcsefBw 14 THE aiORNINGr IM.ES,Blft:&YVS:EPT:EMBER 22, 1893. JHVt" Here's a Sro&p Ql Clever SIrl$ INTERESTING DEPARTURES IN INDUSTRIAL ART BY WOMEN Getting- Out of Old Ruts Catering- to the Poster Craze. and Worucnwho wish to make their art studies lu New York a profitable investment have discovered lu Hie last few years thai the papular avenues in Industrial art are getting to be Just as overcrowded as in any other business. It Is impossible for a girl to make even a modest living designing book-iovcrs, not to speak of the $3,0C0 a jear which crowned Miss Alice Morse's lirst efforts iu that direction. The young women who are now making marked success, and Incidentally a com fortable number of dollars in industrial art are women who liae pluuucd new depart ures for their talents, or have taken ini-ruedLi-" advantage of every fresh opening. Every firm lu the city that is in any way associated with industrlalart, or dependent upon the workers, i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

''8gfjig'rt3y-i3eiipr "Wsrt)--!?- igj-gsf ;";- - THE 3IORNING1 TIMES, -STJArs: SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. 15 l I A Hv W 1 iutlior of the "Luck, of Roaring Camp,' "Two Men ot Bandy Bar," &c (Copyright, 18J5.by Brctllartc.) CHATTER VII. (Condi-dcd.) They ulood looking at cacli other. Collinson was already himself again. But The man otslmplcdlrcctnessand no Imagination saw only his wife before him a little breath less, .-UHtle Hurried, a lilllcdishcvelled from rapid riding, as he had sometimes seen her before, bat otberwlseuncbanged. Nor had he changed; he took her up where he had left her years ago. Ills era vc face only broad ened Into a smile as he held both her hands In his. "Yes ,U's me Lordy! Why, I was comin' only to-morrow to find ye, Sadie!" She glanced hurriedly around her "To to find me?" she said Incredulously. "Sartln! That ex I was goin' to ask about ye goin to ask about ye at tho convent." "At theeonvent?" she echoed with a fright ened amazement. "Yes, why, Lordy, Sadie don...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

We. wF 16 t j nu TIMES, THE JVrORaNTLNGr SUjND-AX, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. s5swi'?.!aej.i NEW HEAD OF FHE ARMY Gen. Miles Likely to Become Commanding General. IMHST VOLUNTEER SO TO RISE Hitherto Unwritten Chapter in the Life" of a Pop ular Hero. to Mr. Collamorq, about, LtAnd was advised to ask Ills uncle's consent. They expressed tlielr willingness, provided lie would take military Instruction. His employer paid for a six months course at a militar) school, which a Frenchman had darted in Boston at the beginning of the war. Ills uncle, George Curtis, further helped liira by re cruiting nicumpany ofiOOOincn for him to take command of, giving a liberal bonus to the men. ThlB .company was organized in Bacon's Hall, on Wasblngtou.street, a build ing which Etands in the busy mercantile part of the Itoxbury district There were two older men lio aspired to the of f iccb of captain and first lieutenant of crutchcE, but he went back to Philadelphia and asked for the commaud of a company. They t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

-yvO -B-I- rv"" SCS5rpJ5lf3asc5me THE MORNTNG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. 17 GHOSTS OF lilt OUIP Ha'nts Seen by Queer Men and Women Who Rake the Pile. ALL HAVE SEEN SPOOKS Spirits of Mtihter und Slnvo, of Mur dered Men mid Men IVI10 Died Hor rllile Dcsitli,uiid Spirits tVliicli In habit Van Jfos Mansion. AH He llewd In by tlio Dump linker. "I)i8 Iijcr dump am full ob glios's," de clared John William Tubman, the veteran rag-picker of the mbtilrti dumping hollow which lies west of the historic Van Ness Mansion, to a reporter, who had curiously wandered among the piles and heaps of old juper, books, rags, Immcs nud Iron to where "Urc'r" John William, as the typical black debris raker is called by every Individual In the vast army or scraping humanity which infest the dump. Bat busily raking through a macs of broken crockery, chair rounds, leaves of boots, ashes and what not. In queBl of a bit of substance that might bring him a few pennies In a Junk shop. A few words of greeting...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

-.;$ -CWTMCW.-'V.1 -? -Ji'"t? (" ' "iiritjS!-a6;bv , tyB-Fvjtx-ser; -yf--riWrWt! i 19 THE 3IOBKiya IMEg.gy?TD.AYJEP,TJEMBEB 22, 1895. """iPflSfSTOWi0" AWEEHIN UBORCIRCLES Matters of interest to Organized Yorkingmen of the District. f SUNDAV, SEPTEMBER 22. ' Douglass Assembly of Steam Engineers Sail, C09 F street. L. A. 1304, K. of L. Times Assembly. tTlines building. llulcliers' Assembly Plasterers' Hall. 1 District Assembly executive commit tee Times bulldlnff, 11 o'clock. , MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. ' 1-. U.. So. 100 Brotherhood of Car penters Hall, 627 Massachusetts avenue. L. A., 1044, K. of L. Journeyman Plas terers riasterers' Hall, Four-arid a-lulf street and Pennsylvania avenue. L. A., 1748, K. of L. Carpenters and Joiners Society Temple, Fifth and G streets. L. A. 3450, K.ofL., Carriage and Wagon linkers Bunch's Hall, 314 Eighth street. TUESDAY, SEPTEMUER 114. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania evenuo. Building Trades' Council Co'tello...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

SSr.i .-35 , 45(5 'JjSflBRaia i-'i9?3'V"s4rHSiFi,5r5i;I" THE MOHNmtt-TIMES.-St'tfDJLY-, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. 19 One Gent Per Word One Gent Per Word One Cent Per Word One Cent Per wohd One Cent &. Noadverttjorrwm less than I0 One Cent & NoaJrartU-msat le tbaa IOi. fto advertisement less than 10. No advertisement less than lOi No advertisement teas than I0 Kordrertlsemcnt less than 10. '!9jpiiLjsqp-g,pftiffi-pr: -s.-;1K3i3j leWfi Ko advertisement Ioji than 10a. I 1 'I ' 1 . I 'v .. , . 1IELP WASTED-MALB. WANTED-Reliable coloriil boy about, la yens nlil to attend door at doctor's office Apply 72a 9th fit. nw. so22-lt W"ANTED W can m 2 exiicricnccd doling mm. about 20 or 21 years of age. In furnishing department; must have at least two years,' experience. Apply to Mr u.A, .Manager iansnurg a ism. It i ; TTAKTED-Young while man to be geiicruil userul about the bouse, r.02 E si. It WAKTED-Hon or means to help put puicjinimieiu.irl.et. AddrcssFATENT, thisolfiee. It WANTED-Six cement...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 September 1895

-S2i ? & 'YrT'JH' THE MORNING TIMES, SUXDAJYV SEPJCE3rj3ER 22, 1895. 20 ALL VERY ELIGIBLE MEN like those of j-oung Allison Armour, who has "a, steam .yacht, fifteen millions, a home in, Chicago nndjjvlll some duy be famous for his scientific iwork. He Is a, wonderful geologist, '-accomplished mu sician, exceedingly handsome and his nearest rival lu tuchcarbmatcrnal Is young L. F. PaInicr,ovuerittlialUracki.cliooneri the Yampa, and his falherfs earnings that mount up to something like twelve mil lions. Going still farther Afield, the list in iluded Joseph Widener, Jr., the leading Philadelphia, lour-ln-hander.. who is set LORE OF THE SEA SERPENT HOME SIXES AX Addison Heights ARE ON-THE JUMP. a a a 99 Is it a Real Monster or a Fake of Ages? These Fine Fellows Are in the Matrimonial Market. WHAT THE SCIENTISTS THINK LIST PICKED LP AT NEWPORT The- -tMMMUtrrjaw "Spearhead" Is the Prince of 5-cent Cigars. KORTIIWEST C. G. Bollinger, 1004 Fa. avo. J. 13. Caurield, laili and Emerson. Si...

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