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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 September 1895

ICak- "TE :o"-w!Il!jV.,S V ii.'Wi.'M "V ? -y-- Y' 10? .iXUJ'i 2be THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Fair. Winds Eusti-rly- Ko Change- In Temperature. , (ftimes .FBESfl HEWS LYERY 12 EG1S SOcAMORTH VOL. 2. XO. 3(50. WASHOGTOX, 1). C, SATURDAY MOKNX5JG, SEPTEMBER 28, 1895.--EIGHT PAGES. OjSIS CENT. SIXTEEI PACES OF IEWS-1LITERED FRESH EVERY TW-ELIE HOURS 1 2-3 CEITS A.DAY. ll TIM BOTH. iiioTED BY ORDER 6F ACTIHG SECRETARY OF WAR 'nmrsi,-m'sse0 ' - MORHM, T SDiiDAY, M EVEEEC i "KPIIIi The Sunday Times Has More Pages than the Morning and Evening Editions Together. ARTICLES OF BARE MERIT The Sunday Tijies of to-morrow-will be as complete as usual n its news and special features. Without further introduction, just read what it promises for jour Sunday reading1: Local Features. Mimic Ships of War. Tank to be built at tho Navy Yard to test models. From an Old Directory. 0.ueer thlnfs It told of Washington years ago. Priests on War Vessels. Only three Catholics appointed by the. Presidents. Paying- the Wa...

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. — 28 September 1895

&&4$y?&&&:?x?''&" -fcr'tA'v - THE MORNING TIMES, SATUJIDAX, SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. 2 llp mmm r and loronth Mreota, Storage Warehouses 2d st, nearM. -This chair is $11.50 but nRJ ' f -HTMiTrl "be $20 in almost any oth ertore. It's a Henry II. style some times called a Grandfather's Chair. It's covered in figured denims, with full spring seat and back.' A pretty chair neatlj' made and nicely fin ished. J want to tm the Jeweler who comes Into your mind flrit. " SEE DA VISON ABOUT IT" It saves you so much trouble, so much worry, to really have a jeweler upon whom you can place abso lute reliance in matters of judgment and values. I am working .da' and night for such a reputation. Of course the stock I earn- and the moderate prices I charge are the most important elements that go to make myuccess. C. H. DAVISON, Jeweler, 1 1 05 F ST. N. W. Electricity is not only a better lig-ht" than g-as, but it is a safer, better and more-tt reliable power. There arc $ dozens of p...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 September 1895

pl$&l&iHpitV3f!eviaF "?ii" &&? -s.? -w-pi. 3FT. , S5 a-wl-- -- J7St T THE MOBBING- TlttE, 'AT&fiDXYriSlEPTEMJiER 28, 1895. S?ip35c35S-'-: Parker. Bridget A Co , ClothIers,i137th etuvr. Here is the greatest $2.50 all-wool Suit for Boys ever placed on sale in "Washing ton. Two pat terns of gray all-wool Che viot, double breasted coat, 4 pockets, dou ble seat and knee. Built for the hard est kind of wear, yet dressy enough for Sunday. Ought to be marked $3.50. We are making it a "leader" this season at $2.50. Parker, Bridget & Go Clothiers, 315 7th St. iiir"! I c By Steam D VU I 1-.1-.J iy cleanly . i rhpnnlv. By Steam Driller. uicis- and I IT! iP.n ' W. E. DeW'TT. 30STonth St. nw. .s wx 1 The l'nstcst Track the plcnsur.t- cst surroundings at FIELD, lVZc There's a seclusion and refine- ' inent alxmt law park that will makftlttho fasUIonatilo resort iu I the near future. In-Jtructors the best avatlaWo i for learners. Guarantee tickets 2 (profl- eien'r in rldln? a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 September 1895

J- "C"; fS1??" :5sC3-'-"0"'-i -- 5"--" .,- yy-t'scTs'3'?s-SST,--s!k' -"-aw ir-rf.c;75 THE MORNING - TIMES,- SATUEDAT,- SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. 4 t. i TheWashinston Times (IIOEXINO, ETEMDjr, ASB 3CMDIT.) OWSED AND ISSUED VT The Washington TIhim Compaaj-. TIMES BD1LDISO. 0LTnWI5T COHKER rSSSTLTiSIA''ATISOB AND Tr.vrn Strkei Telephone Editorial Rooms, 111. Business Office, 317. rr'ceS'srnlne or Erenlne Edition. -One Cent Sanday Edition Tnroo Coats. Vontblyfcy Carrier Alornlnc and Sunday- Thlrty-flTe Centi Eenins Tfclrty Conn " 3tamlnff, 1 iTrninsaod- rimCtTO bsuday, J VASIIIXGTON. D. C, SEPTEMBER 2S. 1833. Ealiscrlbera to "Ttie Times" will confer a favor by promptly reportlns nny discourtesy of collectors, or nog lect ot duty ou the part ot carrier. Com plaints eltlier by mall or lu per cou will rcootvo prompt attention. Tuo Morning Kdltlon nliouU bo de llTored to all parts of tUo city by 0:30 o'clock a. m., Including Sunday. Tile K enlns Edition fcuould be In tlie liatids of bubncrlbria n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 September 1895

i23E5a &&zzr? ' ."& iyCfT "" --: jiir,g3?-v)eT,ri "3r" ,-iy a.-- - - THE MOIiyiyGTIESSjVaiTJBRAX, , SEPTEMBER 28, 1895. y Lansburgh & Bro We Have Been Telling You This Right Aloner. A certain rromlncnr man and we don't hesitate telling yon his name If you mint to know It told ns that his wife and ho nlwav read our ndTer tlscments and helieTC them that n hen. either of them come to onr store- for nnv goods ad vertised we hflTC thcra and arc nut 3ust out of them-' That' the record welinc made that's the platform we intend stand Inc on. Anytime mo advertise anything and you buv It and it does not prove ns advertised, yon can claim your money back twice. We arc surely reliable c!sete could not have been in yonrmldst tlilrtvfonncnrs. Onr Winter Ilrcsi Stuff is here. Snch a varlcrvyoii never saw. From the sedate pattern to the loud cne e-ery grade. One spec'al lot of Children's Cloth Capes, in navy and red. latest fall styles, Turkish effect, with full shirred ton, which f...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 September 1895

-ff SV S " O THE MOE2s'ING TIMES. SXTTfrtlTAX S'SlEMBBB 2S. 1S05. Wash K Williams' Pall iiarsalus. CARPETS and RUGS All pricas-all qualities. Our Carpet Department this season is better equipped than ever. All the latest effects in All wool Ingrains new pat terns in Tapestry Brus sels finest qualities in Axminsters. Wc have a specialty fine line of Art Squares of very beauti ful design. The Extensive Improvements We made to our store during tho suie mcrhare larsely increased our facilities for showing gooJs. Yon havo uwery opportunity to thoroujbly eximuio the gcoJs before pure csinj. Wash. B.Williams, 7th and D Sts. FOR GREATER WASHINGTON Condemnation Prooaedinga Insti tuted by Attorney for the Diatrict. Section Invoked Lies Between X'orth Capitol St ro-t Extended nnd Hock Creek LIM of Subdivisions. FIXAXCIAX.. Interest Paid Upon Deposits. INTEREST IS ALLOWED OX DEPOSITS on iiail lulanccs subject to check. Those who have accounts omi that iisualtv Jiave balances to their Fred it sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 September 1895

-jimy-strl&yi--r -sryj", JwAfW-B9St-jr -ivj-if, j5e-H5 ? ',:J THJS jtlOKOTW TJGMJGS. SATURDAY. SEPIEMBJSB 28. 2395. Silt Word One Gent Per Word One Gent Per Word One Cent Per word One Cent & No advertisement lfs th3iHD. One Cent & NoadTeTt'-3-nja: Ion tiat JOj. ?xr.dcrtlsemcnt less thai 10a. No advertisement less than 10. "Kondvertlsemontaei, than 10. Kocdvertlsoraent ;mi than 10s. ns5i s&'vxjr One Gent A oodvcrtlscraontnesi lhan 10 HELP "VYA NTED MALE. WANTED-A man on a fruit tend truck lug place: German -with a family -preferred. M.M.. Ibis office. .ic-b-.it WAKTED-A ood barber for iiatur- clay aoa G st. nw. It TTASTED-A young white man lo bo gen !. a..' ul. wboeandosomehonsc" jjaimiu''. 502:Est. WANTED A firfl-claB3 barber for Saturday. 2d ami H r ts. ne. It WA7JTKD-Wuile barber at once: must lie rciier and iwliMiritnn: no other-need l' amilv. No. 013 Pa. ate. e. It "WANTED A man lo cell an -article to iiealeji and the public; refetei.ee re quired AcUressW. J. Jth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 September 1895

""vavw "k- " w-wrjjy jtij, -flrr" !35f-5'i.v ''Uac?TrT THE MfrgNIG XIM35S.- SAltUItDAX,, SEPTEMBER 2Q, 1895, I t A t I 4 YOU'LL .;... Want Fall Clothes now sure, and no "other store in America is so well prepared as we are to provide you with everything that's proper and fashionable in Men's, Boys' and Children's wearables of every description. Men's Suits '. . $10.00 to"$40700 Fall Overcoats 10.00 to 35.00 Children's Suits 2.50 to 18.00 Men's Derbys '2.00 to"" 3.00 Men's Shoes ." 2.40 lo 6.50 Boys' Shoes 1.40 to 3.00 Boys' Hats - 50c' arid' up. Furnishings of all kinds better than every body else's best. Prices lower than the lowest for same qualities. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. Nothing to Conceal. There is absolutely nothing to conceal in our business and the more you know about it the surer we are of your trade. The better you are posted in clothing, the better we like it, be- cause more judge then you are competent to about prices and qualities. We in vite critici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

Si rcaat " mtmiwp.; fPSP Rggffi;tfS!i.'tu?'fxii5- -5J?''rt'S,iij -: ffi imes THE WEATHER TO-DAY. &be Vnlr. "Warmer. Southerly Wind. shifting Tresterlyj "VOL. 2. NO. 3G1. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTJSIBEIt 29, 1895 TWENTY PAGES. THREE CENTS. SIXTEEI PAGES OF HEWS DELIYEBED FRESH ETEEY TWELYE fl(K-l 2-3 CESTS A DAY. MOMB, J FRESH HEWS SUNDAY, M ETEHT 12 HOURS ETEM8G i SOc.AHONTH DR.STEWiBTlXGHERiTED Coroner's Jury Returned a Ver dict Justifying His Act. DEAD BUKGLAR IDENTIFIED He Is Juiues Hell, Who Was t Pro fessional Housebreaker Tv o Bul lets Struck tlio -Man, One Going Completely Through tlic Ilrnln. 'thrilling Encounter 111 tile Dark. Tbc inquest ov er the body of James Bell, tbe young colored man who was sliot through the head by I)r Andrew Stewart, or No 1420 Q 6trcet northwest, while at tempting to burglarize the iiouse of the latter, as told In est erday's Evening Times, was held at the Sixth precinct station house yesterday afternoon, beginning at 5 o'clock. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

ShS i&l'g&&S&& f tet4er&irgriF4v i THE MOENI3STG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. f,t",""'w-wAatjjj iv wm CI5C fro, J9 H e ISM r and Elorenlh Streets f torace Warehouses 2M at, nearH. See our big r street show win dows. A Vernis Marl In Pnrlor Is f liown. the furniture, carpets, wall decorations and. furniture draper ies being shown to produce tlie cor rect color effect and proper liar inony of etyleand outline. Small Prices On Made-Up CARPETS. Many dozens of them 15 per cent lower in price than they have ever been 65 per cent less than they would cost if cut from the roll and made to your order. In stead of losing- the carpet remnants we make them up into Bordered Carpet Rugs, cross sewed and sell them under value. Size. Kind. Trice. Now. Gxsreet, Willmi $It.Ui( $10.00 8.3x9.7 English Wilton ..$45.00 525.CO l(ixir..4 Wuiun iSO.OO S32.00 10.C..V14 WUloll S75.U0 $45.00 8.3x15.7 VUvet 545 00 Xif.-OO 8.3cir.i; Veil el 37.50 ?7.o0 10.i..t-S.3 Velvet sOO.OO S-30...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

5?3S5SMiJp3ig55Sps THE MOKXTXG TI3IES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. Grand Fall Opening 3 oft n & OPPENHEIMER'S, 514 Ninth St. N. W. -AT THE- 3) irLU, NK is FALL F '"sirssj-! mi! Rl The Millinery, Cape, and Ladies' Fur nishings event of each successive Season is the brilliant Fall Opening at King's Pal ace, the greatest house of its kind in Wash ington. That the opening days this year, which oc cur on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs day, will be as splendidly successful as those of preceding years is guaranteed by the fact that this year the display is more stupendous, more exquisite, more won drous in its perfect . beauty than ever before. r ps -7 M 1 $1.25 4-bntton GIocs, In blacks browns, tins, and moles erabroido-cd bneks lirgo buttons best quality kM the moit value for the money In the city 68c French Felt Hats, Worth $1-00, $1.25. and $1.50 The very beat French Felt for Ladles, lllsses, aud Children at 65c Sixteen .Glorious Additional "Opening" bargains will be advertised in M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

rBv- - ----?- - 5vSvSiVS;-5S- -7f-"!S??eW!flParTw-HS;S5 53TvwHid5j!S5?'!p9?434)5S! THE MORNINGTDIES,', SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. TheWashington Times (MOEKDta, EVESLN1, AND SCVOIC) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Timc3 Companx. TIMES nCILDINO. orarnrsT cokner PivNSTLVAXU Avesce asd TrsTO Strkeil Telephone Editorial Rooms. Ill Business Office, 117. rr'cf J! amine or Evening Edition. ..Ono Cent Sjndny Edition .... Three CeutJ. Vontnl j- by Carrier Horning and Suuday. Thlrty-ft ve Cents, Evenlnr; Thirty Cents. SLorcIng, 1 Lveningand- - FiFTT CEn iMuilar, J WASHINGTON. D. C., SEPTEMBER 2D. 18D3. Subscriber to "The Times" will confer u favor by promptly reporting any discourtesy of collectors, or neg lect uf duty on the part of carrier. CoiiipliilutH either by mall or In poi son "111 receive prompt attention. The Morning Edition should be do Uered to all parts ot the city by li:Ul o'clock a. in.. Including Sunday. The E cnlng Edition should be In the hands o( subscribers not later tb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

efu 'niii'iyB(pw(ii"Ms vsmmiifateif),4ef"s,' -ri i -. "T-irBS.Piai -3, j.jfej,; "??niS",5fflM!Krv. THE MOBJNTENG- TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. saa wowra . doi J2Z "TW r l?w MBHBJBSHBHHHHBV' f FALL $ 1 Frizette Trilby. Mohair Faconne. Plaid D'Londres. A fancy fabric we show Not to mention Mohair Fa- A new conceit in plaids, for the first time this conne would be doing-the reader made of silk and wool, the week. All the beautiful an injustice, as they are des- ground resembling- the fa fall colors and is bound to tined to acquire as important a mous Gros D'LondrcsSilk. be one of the popular position in this season's demand All the beautiful color rough fabrics. 40 inches as any foreign novelty seen in combinations shown. 40 i wide $1.25 yard. our collection. 46 inches wide. inches wide, $ 1 .25 yard. , $1.75 yard. Scotch Tweeds. Mohair D'Ecosse. This fabric is another I ftKlCPJIPPU ft RDfl Thi3 is a bewitching gem of fashion that will LnllOfiJUltUn W UllUl material. Comes from '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

T-?mmW" vir-asgSig v-v-fs5jj.3 rT-rr - -- - ' 6 THE MOTCNLNG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEJLBER 29, 1S95. FOUR CM l!i TOGETHER GEORGETOWN'S NEWTRACK IMS LOCAL ATHLETES V''Vlk lfiPilsIlllallg1MgiHiinlii);l -"V""""-S" M The Drapery Room ? SS on Uie ground floor just behind the main store is now the main objective point to visitor. Under the exper ienced management of Mr. R. P. Cowling- and Mr.' James Xokes, it lias been made what we intend it to be unique and perfect. Nottingham Curtains New1 goods, Jnt in, la great variety. 45c up. Irish Points I'lce JrUh Tolnts Curtains, In white and Lore, erj- handsome gooJs at $1.75 up. Genuine Hr.iscls Curtains Ileal Brussels Curtains, very flno CootI, the finest line In the cltr iroin $6.25 up. Bed bets A very flne lino of Three-piece Not tingham Hod set, from $1.50 to $5.00 Very Fine Figured Two Chair Gilt Tarlor Kecaptlon Chair, finely made and finished. Only $1.95. i Wash Seventh and D Sts. isPlrMg FOB HIWffllElKII "Royal Gyoling" Is the Newest Gani3 ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

s.w-.tJ-.--rre - t-ft--e."epSsESii??3 kpTf-V"" -J.'"'it:6i'"Ji fcr-5SBr55f?srf THE MOItNTN'er TIMES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895 Three ponies and carts to be given awar. Beginning October 1st we propose to give nay three dear littlo pinlei nnit carts 0119 a' tho end of each mouth for tho next three months 1 he conditions nro very slmpln Any little toy or girl under sixteen yenrs or age has a chance to obtain one. Tho ono securing tho largest amount of ales for us during the month of October will pet tho first little tony and cart You hare only to -peak to your friends who n-e about to buy Clotting, and ask them to look through our sto-fc flrxL It thoy find what ttioy want, and buy. ask them to have the amouut credited 10 your name. We will keep account of every customer you send and cieillt the amounts on yourcard and 011 our boots, ion can obtain a card upon appllcatlcn at the stoic. "lhethre littlo ponies are now at Kcloher'a LHory stable on Lighih ttieet near K, wlipro fhey can be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

gEa! &JffSWF!c. 8 THE MOBNESG TITLES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. P-PSSyp Satisfaction In buying your Fall Outfit you naturally want the beat obtainable for the price you pay, and nowhere can you get such satisfactory garments as HERB. SATIS FACTORY FABRICS SATISFACTORILY TAILORED, SATISFACTORY FIT at SATISFACTORY PRICES, add to" this the privilege of getting your money back for whatever doesn't suit and you can easily see why EVERYBODY SAYS THIS IS THE IDEAI, SHOPPING PLACE of the town. tpM It is a treat to appreciate men who GOOD CLOTHES to look through OUR men's stock. Fabrics not usually seen, except at the best custom shops, are HERE in big variety. Cut in the latest fashion, tailored faultlessly and perfect fit ting, at less than the usual ready-made prices. $10 to $40 'A. fy j2fc, dflk (ill ell pi is our range of prices for these superior garments all styles, backs, both dou -.mk I-!- n-I fiM(v1aKtflnc?fil It- Hi L ?Jf uic aim am;;.i;ii.MivU, vyui. jj awaj' i1 rocK, Jingn...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

5r, ''-3!S:"l1??V.?&C SWfT -JrfS:-.-,."-, Part 2. THE WASHINGTON TIMESfwUM WASHINGTON, D.C., SOTDAT MORNING, SEPTEBBEB 29, 1895. -" Tf-A" -C? jsys. T'R-' "- SF "m MIL oOflS a uO. . I The best in America I s' s the price. How We Propose to Meet the Advance in Leather! Two facts have presented themselves to us for serious consideration. One is that the price of leather has ad vancedthe other Is that the wages of the worklngrmen have not. We have determined upon a policy In shoe selllnst which shall reconcile these confllctlne conditions and from this moment we shall sell shoes at HALF PROFITS! In other words, we shall reduce the prices of our Shoes and rely upon an Increased patronage to make amends for this sharing of profits. Here are two examples of our "half-profit sale." "OUR GEM" S3 SHOES FOR LADIES. Commonlr called the Xeir Woman's Shoe These shoes hare pointed toes neat patent leather tips and between the Inner and outer soles la a layer of cork which keeps the feet warm a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

JJ-C5,J-r' tjA rrfzj- s-i SSSSR- 5VV'1 ."'' t" .idQLdjgtiM-riqMFVti 4"' 5W.'5rir--!v-a,, - 10 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY; SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. j---r?"Kri3!y' --?--ir r mm i HALF May sound like rather a bold assertion for usto make, but anyone, no matter how skeptical after "afr inspection of our stock and prices will be forced to acknowledge, al though half price , , ,. IS A BIG WORD, 5m That we do as we advertise, in selling1 actual Merchant p3 Tailor-made garments for just one-half their original gjy measured price. For variety, cither inilgsign or cut, it Sj. would be simply impossible for'you to finda better assort Sgl ment. If you want a Suit or pair of Trousers, no matter hm how hard you are to please, come to us. If you will R BUT V2)l ennip. to us. we think we cannot onlv nlo.ise vnnr pv znt vim 7 . pociiciuooK, uijiusu give three experienced tailors constantly in our employ to make n an nccessaryauerations to W WE DO jT.-- 1! -tTl.-. -1 .. r1.0 lUt.-.. ,.. n-lfn n ... 4-4 ,. ...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

AlVPJAfcW" X5 i?-' '-- r j. ??&& J WffrgrsrKifrw"- vr-WvH'-aJgiij !1"'. , THE MORNING TIMES, SIWDAYSEPTEMBER 29, 1895. 11 VVI Autumn, 189! Jet Jet Jet Jet Jet We are making a specialty of Ornaments, Garnitures, Epaulettes, etc As Jet Is to bo the leading article for trimming, we aro showing a beautiful cor lection of Edgings, Bands and 1 olnts. Jet Edgings from 10c to 75c yard. Jet Bands from 38c to $3.75 yard. Jet Points, 4 to 15 inches deep, yard. The new and effective Ring Gimp, for capes 'and dresses, $2.00 and $2.25 j'ard. Wo respectfully ask an Inspection of oar lines and guarantee the newest and choicest goods at the Try lowest prlos. ! Cohen's Trimming Store, 523 llth Street 1 i MZm. .. a AkAAAAAAA.B hw' Bnvbuv wvv wr w I - V ,fl w - ' PSIG TKIHEB Bill Stuns Citizens Shirk Their Duty If Not Prevented. PEAGTI0E PETTY DECEPTION tncldc-nt, Aiinivliic nnd Otherwise, Xlmt Sln w the Difficulty tlio Wuter Department lias in Collecting the Tux Tenderhearted Collectors. Tenan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

?yrra:pB" -, -? - - -"- T?f-fi-iri;T-i-vKase'- &- b "! - . .rw.-.r 12 THE MORyiyg TIM-ttS, .SUJTDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. WMAT'g IN ON IN" TfflB ' TIE ATMICA1L AND MUSICAL. WMLB 5?AEV5tiv'p?5.xe' rjs,3sr "" amusiimen rs. Week of . Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. is Success New York Liked It Philadelphia Was Wildly Enthusiastic Baltimore Forgot Their Baseball Club when Mark Twain's PJ n 3 OfM Hsss laf Bk iSBBa. a! Uuli IliiGClU a a s s 9 J Mr. FRKfJK JVIHYD'S 'Dramatization. Mr. MAYO as - Supported by the Following Excellent Company: MR. MR. MR. MR. MR. FRANK E. AIKEN as EMMETT C. KING as NEWTON CHISNELL as ARNOLD DALY as FRANK C AMPE AU as MR. ADOLPH KLAUBER ) . and MR. GEO. HALLTON as., MISS ELEANOR MOWETTI 'as. MISS LUCILLE LABEME as ... MISS FRANCES GRAHAM as Lafayette Square Opera House. llacdnmest in Amer ica. Absolutely Hre- proof. OPENS TO-MORROW - HIGHT ." JOHN" W. ALBATJGII MANAGER, Tbe FesrlEss Queen Dl Song, And the Magnificent Lillian Russell OF- 100-PEOPLE- 100. Und...

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