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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 July 1895

ssS fif 4h jm " or t?eap (Sets? (Ire Ijou IDttr? "VOL. 2. 3STO. 4S3. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATUKDAT MOBIKGc, JTXLX 13, 1895 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CEXT. VtfORKBNGMEN$ UBRARY Dapper J. P.Givens, Atfy-aHaw, Hailing from Washington. t - - -I,. V W !!- ll " 1 . .Y. irwwh - PURNI8HKD. 0HATTAN00GAUS TSI0EED prom New York 1 1 II III Bill Mm - All the general and mis cellaneous stories one man can read in a day, are to be found in the New York Sun da7 papers. Obviously, then, )ou don't want a Washington Sunday newspaper with that sort of reading. The Times appreciates this fact, compliments your intelligence, and prints - a Sunday paper full of a reci tal of whatsoever things are interesting and whatsoever things are of good report right here in the Capital city. Of course you'll find some of the others, too. But 'twill be short, bright, illus trated and "non-padded." Some of these local fea tures for to-morrow are: Who the White House Babies Are. Nawes Fit and Unfit of Washingiomans. District Yachts...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 July 1895

2 THE WASniSraT03sT TI3IES, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1895. fi&Sews V aud Eleventh Ms Storage Warehouae3 d St- near M. The flock of buyers in our MATTING DEPART MENT started tlris way last week shows no sign of diminishing. "A good tale bears telling twice" here are a few of the prices men tioned once more: Hundreds t yards ot WIHTE OMNA HATTING, rogu- Tp lariy Itc yard, for lb. 1,14 yaroe I'ancy Plaid Mat- Qp tine, regularly 15c. yarfl Ub. SO yenls Fancy PteW Mat- 1 O Y p ting, regularly SOe iZ-Ui ll!MlrotlB of yards of Extra IWtM equality Fancy Jolut- leaa MRUter, regularly KOe. "7 n 1,W yards l'.ot Quality Jap ftiieci Jitsrttad auU Cotton Vi ar iMtaM n.ttitic, regu- Q H n larli SBc and COe. giade. Odu. Daintiest and prettiest things in Solid Silver. For your going away, 3-our holidaying! Won't you come in and look at nry exquisite stock some day? You won't be pressed to buy. G H. BAVISON. Jowelor, nesTScK. w. Your things won't come home torn from tliis laundry. TOLKAX STCAM LVTXDHY,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 July 1895

VrTTl AYASHUSTGTOlSr TIMES, SATURDAY, JTJTaY 13, 1895. Half Price, Take 3rour pick of the en tire stock of Boys' Clothing at exactly half the regular marked prices. Tickets still on them, so you can deduct it 3'ourself. Bovs' $2.50 Suits, $1.25. Boys' $3.00 Suits, $1.50. Boys' $4.00 Suits, $2.00. Boys' $5.00 Suits, $2.50. Bovs' $6.00 Suits, $3.00. Boys' $S.OO Suits, $4.00. Boys' $10 Suits, $5.00. All Wash Suits are in cluded. All are this sea son's styles. Parker, Bridget Jfc Go,, Clothiers, 315 7th St. ESBaraaBggreiEJgaBgiggga The Purest, Hardest, Best ICE In the wide world Is KENNEBEC which Is harvested on our own ice fields in Maine. t-Our YELLOW WAGONS, plainly lettered " Independent Ico Co., carve it EXCLUSIVELY. Prompt delivery constant serv- lco lowest rates. Independent Ice Co. ttinnn (910 Pa. Ave. Phono 591-2. 'UIIIIfFl llOQ W - AArnrtfmi'n I KS GiifeJ tiVtf.iJ, :, rtTi?BSa.W.?Btt't.'Ji&M Clear Potomac Ice 9 to 10 inches thick, will ho sup- plied to large consumers at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 July 1895

Tins wyvshtn"gto:n' times, Saturday, july 13, 1S05. The Washington Times (EKKr PAY IN THE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED 151' Tfoe Y?shingx.on Times Company, TlrfKS IJL'ILDIXG. tOUTHV.XST COEKKK PUNNST YA1.'.A. AVEMJS AXD 'i KKTM, STKBBr 1 otephene 1 dltoi Ul Rooms, 431 1 elufa Office, .1ST. rrior, i;1-rllo One Coat. tt:nit- I Hn Tbrao ConU lj ilm imr.v.h ISality-avo Cento. WASHINGTON, D. a, JULY 18, 1865 fiuJisorUM'.rs tii ''I lie Timnh" v 111 oonfv fi fr J iroini'li ropuitins Hay rtls euurlxHi at collector, or iieslcct if duty on tlio i;t r tlio cutrlern. Couilli.liits lUiei In iiitiil ir in I)toii will iecilii pioiujit Httentlen. Papers should lio ilr H-rl l :i inirtH of tli oltj 1J :3U o'atiink -i.-li nioniiiii:. iucluilluir Samlnv. "The Wnfeltlnstoii Tline" Is mem ber of llio IJiKilidulo Co-opei-uti o -Society. WKK THE TIMES WITH YOU. Gutnuior OntinSM "Will Not Ho En joyed Enlet-s It Goes Alois;;. Tlit r-uitimor tldo of ii!enure nnd lionItli--eoker- lias tei In toward xiiii:ittmw, hju...

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

Jo, 1893. 0s?oS 5SC -O-O-OOOo "King'sTalnco " CLEVELAND ON HOME LIFE TIIE WASHISTG-TOK TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY I 9 ? Sweaters for Men and Boys. U-saful for Athletic Pur poses. Useful for country woar. UsetuI for wear while on vacation. Stives wear o.n 3 urts. Style A- Unbleached, doublo twisted Cotton Sweat ers, Crochet finish neck. Full length. Sizes CS to 4 4-. Spec ial va'uc, for 9r Each. Style B An extra quality imi tation Wool Sweater, pure white thread, shell ribbed body, Plain ribbed neck and wrists. Sizes 28 to 33. Special value at 44c Each. A Reminder To You About our line of Light weight Woolen Under wear for both Ladies and Gentlemen. Those wno wear Woolen Un dergarments in Sum mer know the difficulty of obtainingthe proper weights and mixtures. Our line begins at 50c and 75c for the one third Woo! grade, and runs to the finest qual i t i e s, All-wool, yet withal very thin and very light weight. GENTLEMEN'S SHIRTS FOR SEMI-DRESS. White Body Shirts, made of best makes of Mu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 July 1895

THE WASHESTGrTOK TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1895. Our Ooiden Offer ! I Still holds July 7tli to I4tii, inclusive. to Rive them away as souvenirs of also, that we are selling: the very best ood from at the low price of -O and Up! Bmt'J rayment Down; $1 Weekly. Ten Per Cent OFF for' " Cash. No Swamps, No Malaria, but Pure Air, Pure Water, Perfect Drainage. Is what you get at 100 Feet Above Washington. PiuiMod on the main stem of tlio Tonna. R. It , In Prince Oeoipofi Couuty, Jut, within a few minutes rldoof tuot-ity nJ nbtait oi-quartor of a milo from the Dlstrlrt 11 ic, with tnliou nn the grounds. Commutation fare, C ceius. All lota are AiiuHied on a hfph vieratlou, commanding a beau tiful iv of tUo surrounding country. Trains leave every day at 11:40 a. m.f 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. Bo Yon Want Cheaper te? If so, write your name and address in this coupon and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 July 1895

THIS WASHETOTOlPr TCttES, SATUEDAY, JULY 13, 1895. m i ii i Oiifl Pan? Per I ft,, ni-. Per t!Li hW Word IJElS uBOi Word No advertisement less than 10s. I No advertisement less than 10s. r - , 7 Per Word Per Word Per word Sua Ponf Per 00 blili Word No advertisement less than, 10a. ne Gent Z No advertisement less than 10s. No advertisement less than 10s. No advertisement less than 10a. NbadrortLtsmantleaa tfcaa tOa. thoposals. M'aetoiiigtonJ).r.,jiil?ll, 185. Boaled iroiKsal6 wJH be received at the office or the president or the board or trustees of the Reform School, 1). C , Xtopamuent of Justice building, until 12 o'otod; noou, of Friday. July 19, 1895, for supplying the Reform School, D, C, -with coal lor the fiscal year ending June SO, 1896. Specifications and instructions to liidttorecan be obtained onapplicatioii to the secretary or the board, Mr. S. W. CnrrWen, No. 1423 F street uortitwcbL Right to waive defects and to reject any or all bids Jb referred. CECIL. CLAY. Pretfdent ...

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

the wAsnnreTo: times, Saturday, jtjly 13, 1895. FPBOYE 41 TAYLOR'S CASE HOPEFUL :' SH ism -"V-'-VJ TO v 1 r-v.vri T-.4 you leave for your sum mer vacation better look over your wardrobe and let us supply what is needed. Perhaps an Outing Suit, a Serge Coat, some White Duck Trousers, Negligee Shirts, a Yachting or Golf Cap, Straw Hat, Russett Shoes or a Light-weight Overcoat. They are all here, as good ones as you'll find an3Tvhere. Just a little bet ter than most others at the same prices. That is what every one tells us who have looked elsewhere. But come and judge for 3-ourself, that is more convincing than newspaper arguments. ROBINSON, CHERT & CO. Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Shoes. I2ih and F Sts. Bi Reductions In Price of Mattings. Mattings here are lower than ever before this year. We have a big stock and must close it out rap idly. Hence these' prices. 1MB yards Fancy Plaid Mat titjg, regularly 15c yard 6W yawls Fancy Plaid Mat ting, regularly 80c ndri of yards of Etra Fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

dre'ou XDttfy 5or ?eap as? VOL. 2. JSTO. 4S4. WASEDDGrTOiN", D. C, SUNDAY MORINTNGr, JTJXX 14, 1895 SIXTEEN PAGKES AND ART STJPPLEIENT. THREE CENTS. LYNCHING A GROWING EVIL UPRISING IN VENEZUELA SiiM RESULT OF THE GOLD GORE ii m Li A Beautiful Hand-painted Japanese Fold ing Fan Free 1 In addition to your obolco of the followinz articles with one pound of THEA-NECTAR TEA at GOc one pound of A- & P. BAKING POWDER at 45o. or with one pound of our A. iP. PORE PEPPER at 40c Preserving kettles decorated vases half dor. tnmblers "Trilby" fruit baskets-large class berry dishes ono C&llon ealvanlred Iron oil can 14-inch dish pans 1 7-inch drip ping pans patent steel bread knives salt boxes siicar boxes rock tea pots 10-Inch bakers 10-inch nappies colored roso bowls 1 0-lnch platters butter jars molasses cans 3-qunrt coffee boilers lamps 1 0-pcc hall racks whisk broom holders decorated plate, cup and saucer decorated cuspidors Japanese screen fans charm comporticrs 3-pint jugs fancy C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

the Washington times, Sunday, juxr 14, isos. gsassgsag EgggagSSreBaEEHgqggtilft F and 1 loreuth Sts. Btoraso Warehouses J. St. near 1L THE 'TMPERIAI' BICYCLE is a wheel you riders will be "struck on" the minute 3tou see it. Not a cheap wheel in any respect but as high grade a wheel as there is made sold, how ever, at the price of most of the poorer wheels of to-day. A o'd like yon to know "Imperial" through and through would lo glad to tall you ail v, a know about thorn or 10 band or mail you a catalogue that'll tell you a good deal. Wedding presents, birth day presents there is noth ing so suitable as Jewelry for presents. Engraved Silver Belt Buck les are very fashionable. Diamonds, Watches, Card Cases, Studs, Card Trays, Combs, Brushes, are always welcome presents. Solitaire Diamond Rings in perfection. Gems set and unset. C H BAYISOS, 3105 F fat. X. W. The aristocracy of PRINTING. The kind we turn out. Estimates furnished. McGILL &. WALLACE, Printers. 11W K i'treet K W 'Phon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

XHE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY; fTtfLY. 14, 1895. msm areas Mini Hvnmv mmm Here is the way we clean house. The plain facts are strong enough so we won't waste words. A big lot of "Odd.Goats-and-Vests" left from Suits, which were $10, $12, $15, $16, $17.50 and $20 in Blade and Navy Blue Serges, Cheviots and Fancies will be closed out on Monday for $5,00. $3, $3.50, $4, $5, and $6 "Odd "Trousers, $1.65. Think of it a lot of this season's "Odd" Trousers, in blue, black, "fancies," and neat stripes which were $3, $3.50, $4, $5, and $6, will be closed out Monday 1. FOR It has all come about this way: We have leen exceedingly accommodating all season in breaking suits selling a coat and vest or a pair of trousers just as Tou wanted them and are now "matching up." No use of "cry ing over spilled milk," so we have just put a price on them to make ou jump. Ought all go Monda7. PAffiEB, BRIDGET k CO.', CMTMIGEMB9 315 SEVENTH STREET. Stock Must Be replenishing "T fs llffrf rlety's been kept PERF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

Till! WJUSliUSrGTOjSr TIMES, SUNDAY, JUJLiT 14, 1395. The Washington Times (EVKKV 1T O! TI1E YEAK.) OWM.J AM) JSSDhD Hi The Wssningion Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, iOCTHWHBT CO.MJS 1'FM.W XAh.X AVtVDE AM) 3hMH MIlELr ToJopHone 3 ditoiinl iiooraj, -1SX business OfUeo, .$sr. rrioe. Batty niulon One Cent. fcuuduj uuiou.. .......... ..Three Coins 15 the month ...Thlrty-Jlve Cents. WASIIQTOS, D. C JULY 14. ISM. buJiHonUt r to i ijo i inic-s" i til eoufe. i fi'or It-. 3ntiiiillv rPtnrtiiis riiv 3Ir ciurli'h f ootlt c-lorn. or iiosHit f Uutr on tli jmrl r ilm carriers. Cmnplnlutt rl ii-r In sinll or M person will reeelt Jir Hujit utn-nUo;. rajier should be do ll -r In nJJ jcirtH of tUr- olt lit UMO n "tiol. "H"ti tuorninc Including ii'1bt "Tim IWiNliliistuii'Tliiies" Is u int-iii-ber of the Itochdulo Co-opeiutlvo io del . TAKE TflK TIJIKS TVITO YOU. Summer Ouiinjr. Will Not Ho Ku ju od TTnlos It Goc? Along. The ftuii.inor tldo of pleasine and liiiiltli'-tet;kcrt lilts tet In tow a Hi iii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

THE A7ASIIiyGTOy TOrES, SUyDAT, JULY 14, ISO 5. -$ : ET M rfcfcrtfcrSS Lease and Fixtures for Sale. ..a'- & - UZ2e 93&&iG, NAVY BLUE SERG The Correct and Standard Fabric for & Outing Wear. Fast Color and UnpuIIable. All-wool Navy Sergre, 38 inches wide, 40c quality for , 29c Yard. All-wool Navy Serge, 52 inches.wide, 65c quality for 44c Yard. Note the Width. All-wool Navy Serge, Indigo dye, full 54 inches wide. Worth $ 1 .00. At 75c Yard. FIGURED CHALLIES. The last of the 25c Challies at 1 7c Is in sight. It was only a fortunate incident that made this price possible. In the lot will be found Black, Navy, and Cream grounds with all the newest and daintiest print ings. 30 inches wide. THE CREAM WOOLENS. 45c Albatross, 39 inches wide 29c yard 45c Storm Serge, 40 inches wide 29c yard 45c Nuns Veiling, 40 inches wide.. .29c yard 50c Cashmere, 44 inches wide 35c yard It's next to selling gold dollars at 50c this almost halving the price on staplest of dress stuffs. GRANIT...

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

8 TU35 WASRiyGTOy TITI-IES, SUNDAY, JULY" 14, 1805. Ji 4f ul '0 present stock is exhausted. The sale oF $4-80 Suits will continue but a Few days longer. Values up to $12 are included in this sale. Good quality Office Coats. 25c. HE. ga -o-O "If It's furniture, wo have It" m o O f Clearing Out I Mattings. Wo to got an opportunity for a big Bale in Mattings now anil wo'ro going to jiiakf tho most of It. This Bcason has been a big ono in the ilnttinc Department, nna nbout overyaiing has gono but odd rolls and reinnnnta They've got to go now. Wo can afford to lose on thorn In ordor to clear thum out, and wo'II do It Tho sale will bo short aud decisive. You know tho worth of mattings like these you know what present prices moan to you. Be quick about accepting thorn. 12 rolls of Cotton Warps, 40 yards to tho roll. Reg-CfP Qfl tilarly $10. To clear out at4D.uU 19 rolls Double - dye Taney Japanese flatting. Rolls of 40 yards were SSff Q f each. To clear out at 4ty(UU 0 rolls .Tolntless Whi...

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

THE WASHINGTON JTIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1895. -' IIS M CRUSHED Clark's Great Clearance Sale Is "AT THE BON MARCHE" Most Successful of All the Col lege Ever Arranged. Unostentatious Arrival of Wash ington's Man of Destiny. Their Defeat Much More Decisive Than Was Expected. in fnll BOTH PLEASURE AND PEOFIT THRONGS AT HIS HOTEL HAROOURT OUT IN THE GOLD whole. Read every word of it carefully, and then come and see, look, and handle. We can't promise 3011 ribbon at such a price again ever. At 14-c Itosulir 2T.C, &"-., 10'., nml SOcnll silk lllbbons.4, 5anlG inches wide, lu Satin, GrosRraiu, Ottomans, Mrlpes, Crcrons, I n rialds, Mull). l'll-ae, exquisite ml U Tanotj perfect goods. Aeinud t& opportunity. 'J ho price now ii. Glove Bargains. mmmmmxmi jm Won- rices here must be to do V7iy business at this time of year. Other sto7SS are empty long counters gaping cl&rks stock accu mulating noih ing doing. How HERE? Well, if you'll come and see for yourself we can show you St livel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

5 THE WASHiyGTOJST TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1895. TKT i Tery BIG VALIJE sales feegin HERE f f j to-morrow We have just matched up stock and hare taken a"bont TWO HUNDRED regular $10, $12 and $15 TWEED and CASSIMERE SUITS, and about 150 COATS AND TESTS no Pants to match. from' $15, $18, $20 and $25 Suits, and put them on sale at the uniform price of Jw or Coats and Vests. They are all small lots and broken sizes, mostly 38, 40, 42 and 44 Chest Measure, but tliere are some small sizes among them, and if you can find one to fit rou, you get from $2 to $3 in value for every one 'ou spend. Also, about 300 pairs of Odd Suit Pants, and some $4, $5 and $6 ones from our regular stock, at buJ.J' Assf gQJ Per Pair. All Sizes. All Colors. Better see them early to-morrow, as first choice is al ways best, and thej- won't be here long at these prices. 12th and F Sts iSK5?ES- l.L.11 Ci.lJ.t-l 1 ULO, i FURNISHINGS, I SHOES 9 514 9TH ST. N. W. Greatest offering of Money Saving ever presented to the pe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

TON TIMESp WASHrNTT03ST, D. C., SUNDAY MOKNING-, JULY 14, 1895. isnrnTaxTnar3KXikmit,tMtMM yiniumrrrixirziigi We're going to buckle right down now and get ready for stock-taking. For the next six days you'll enjoy purchasing privileges that are costing us a concession of cold, hard cash. Wherever there's a small lot or broken sizes, there the beckoning finger of a bargain is raised over a sterling quality that has been sacrificed to make sure of a quick and complete clearing out. Underwear. Neckwear, Part 2 JL JOLE!i o TIC! lrl - l'SXL-&!- Si These are all broken lots. Mostly large sizes. Feet that usually have a hard time to find a fit can walk right in here and into a bargain at the same time. When we cut we cut deep. A lot of Button and I-ace A A E" f Pui nt LAthor Mioes xi J m jj Some of Hunan's among -Ti g a em. Regular Price sS. . p U5ww A lot of S3 Ml owl St 1.n,re and Congress Black Calf Sbees 3 K lot of light and Dark Xisla Leather bltees Ilagutai price 4 A lot of $3 Bu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

THE WASHnSTGKTOl TIMES, SIJKDAY, JULY 14, 1895. 10 Hardind Cor. I3th and F Sts. Not "necessary to tell you thai Iron and Brass Beds are the cleanest, prettiest, best, and cheapest! By talcing nearly all -the factory had we came near cutting the prices in half "Willie Enameled lion ls. IS-inch pobit) l-an trim mud. all four blzoa, worth t 50 to $7 M For.... Finest grade "White Fnninolod Iron Beds, brass bend aud foot rails, liiKli bend boird, cxtondod foot rail All four aires worth fO to QI Qfj $18.D8 for 41pU 125 all Ilrass Beds for. 4) I O.UU 3.59 all Brass Hods for ) 1 UiOJ Came in Saturday a n d ought all go Monday at this price. J Elena nt larg fcolid Oak Six-drawer Chiffonier, 8 stjlos, worth J10, only $7.55 Another Hundred of the Dollar Solid Oak Parlor Tables for 59c. The $1.50 size for $1.15. But 5c. per yard for "short lengths" of Mattings, which have been 15 to 25c. per yd. Quick 1 All Window Screens have dropped to go. AllS&c Pcroon9 to 23c. All 40c Screens to Sue. Al...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

THE WASHISTGrTCOSr TOIES, TJNDAT, JULY 14, 1895. 11 S. Kami, Sons &Co. EIGHTH AND MARKET SPACE. On Monday. We are going to trade at that ratio. Three dollarsivo7'th of value will go for one dollar, either silvci greenbacks or gold. The offer ings are as good as gold any- how. In fact we are presenting to you a golden opportunity. 265 Aprons, full size, finest India Linen, Nainsook, and Lawn, trimmed with the most handsome embroidery and in serting, with deep tucks. Every style imaginable that's pretty. Are only slightly soiled from laying on our shelves. Marked from $2. 50 to $1.00. Choice, 346 Corset Covers, compris ing odds and ends of our en tire stock. High necks, V shapes. Every style and ma terial being represented, and everything that's pretty is on them. Were from Si. 50 to 75c. Choice Hotv ktn tho busy little fly Employ each ehiniug ininuto getting in your house through the holes in your door and window sc7'eens. It has to be a very s?nall hole to keep out the fly and "...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 14 July 1895

12 TJIJ3 WASHXtfGTOK TIjES, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1S9.' A WEEK IM UBQR CIRCLES Matters of Interest to Organized Workinpen of the District. MEETINGS FOR THIS AVEEK. bUXDAY, JULY, 1 J LA 1 1 19, K. of L , Douglass Progress ive Atttwctntton ol hi cam Eiuiueen Hall 609 r btreet VOXDAY, JULY 15 L A 1C44. K. of L . Journeymen Plns turcrs lMStiicruiV Hill, Four and a half fetreet 8ixl Pcnnslvania aiui- L A 17 IS, K. of L, Cflipeiitcns and Joiners Soi it-tv Temple, Firth and G streets L A 1C2S K of L., Plasterers' Lath ersHarris Hail. Seventh and D -liccts L A 10-10, K of L . Bakers' Driven, Bunch. Hull, 311 Eighth street Amalgamated Soc ien of Carjentcr& at d JotnetK Costello's Hall, Sixth and G stroets Lalior Da-. Conference Committee Ty pagrtiphi a I Temple TUESDAY, JULY 1G Federation of I-abor Plasterers' Hall, ror-tMMi a-half btreol and Pennsylvania uv oihio WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. CarpeuterK Uuton, No 1 Hall 119 TMUh nireer. Cafcimlna Lodge, Xo 174. Machinists MeCauIev's Hull, Pennsylvania...

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