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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

-"V tSfWH"-S ter .--, v -tS' -SjG5ri9fgrf -- - , "-"?-, s - 75Ctc-- "-- ; THE MOKJSTtfG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. 13 L AND THEN HE fc5i. " Wink ilil- ; K"fJli MIC m'MMEam , O' - 4! ,,A VNWg' WIM in u . . to, lie So you consider a dog Ehe Yes, lndccdl Mr. Smith, FOR THE SEff MAN. INDEPENDENT. We think you will bo wise If you refrain from Interfering In this matter, een though you may do so with the best of roothes If your sister is as delicate as you say she is. It Is far better for her to remain quietly at home and look after the children and her bourekeeplng She Is rortunate lu having a husbnnd i ho is able to go out into tho world and earn a li -lng for her and himself, and we regard It as a credit to him that ho docs do so. In tho few cases where a husband or brother Is better fitted for the business world than the women of the famll, he does no dis credit to his sex when ho is the bread din ner. Tho strong of cither sex must bear the burdens of the weak. GEORGE G We fea...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

T -rr 'iigs- - fi, ji-s- ""?? yVVK- Sf-C'V 14 THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. -?.r-T te---i-.-AS- RttlienS Mi Ear 'DRESS SOCIETY" AFTER IDEAS OP THE GREAT PAINTER. An Artist Designs Gowns and Is Expensive, ButVery Satisfactory. New Tort, Sept. 27. Tlic stout women of tills city have banded together In n society calling l'sclf tlic Rubens Club. Its object Is the study and promotion of gowns and other wearing apparel for 'women who weigh more than 140 pounds or arc too stout for their height. PRESIDENT OF This Is a Club Formed In Xew Turk ItiibrrM' In the days of the painter Rubens stout women were the most fashionable creatures that walked the face of the earth. Itubens would paint none other than those of very firm build, and so artistically did he drape them, so cleverly did he pose them and so well did he color them that every woman aspired to sit for his pictures. To be painted by Itubens was a guarantee of beauty, grace, and feminine loveliness of every description...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

$B3ye98MJ'2"ff,9s r6?5a&is THE 3IORHTyG TIMES, SUJTDAY, SEPTEBEB 29, 1895. 15 lit Fail Q.omn$ AUTUMN FUNCTIONS TO REVEAL KALEIDOSCOIMC SCENES. Deep Damson, Acid Reds and Ocean Blues Among- the New Shades. New York, Sept. 28, 1593. The drcES makera, like publishers of magazines, al ways work a month ahead of publication. Your really, truly well-dressed woman, whose every sown Is a guide-post along the path of fashion. Is still la the country houses of her friends. Retting her last wearlngsoutof ber demi-season things. :-c Dlnck Lace Gown. But nil the while In quiet October, the artistes of the needle are cutting, fitting and scheming for what Is to be worn dur ing November, December and even as late as January. The model rooms are full of lay figures and draping forms, wearing gowns for horse show' week and dinner toilets for the mad galties that Immediately precede and succeed Christmas holidays. They all, when drawn in battle array, show a most wonderful, flaunting, daring, fla...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

r-tv-efZrJttz-pr-- .. 5-' ---s i''- - .0 THE MORNING TIMES, - SUNDA1T, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895.x ' ??" -3W?ekjjiE-8fiv"VisS-. Tie K Wt of HeCM4y INTERNATIONAL GOLF TOURNA MENT AT LENOX. Daughters of Levi P. Morton Learned "Goff" From Saud-rinp-ham Instructor. Copyright, 1805, by Rynian Interview Syndicate) Lenox, Sept. 23. Tills week, by daylight, and lasting until Saturday night by electric arc, will tee tlie greatest golf events that have ejer taken place In luls country. Golf hascprungfronia taper flicker to powder flash, and Is roaring its progress the fields of the whole United States. At Lenox the "little place In the Berksbtres, there -will be this week a meet that includes professionals and amateurs, both men and women, and also the athlete typcof sunimergirl, who is lobe herciunjorelbanhermidsunimeroffulgcnce. Both sides of the ocean furnish players, making the tournament international. The principal event, from a standpoint of beauty and Interest, is the young women's match for...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

lffSSSSSfSSS ftmrmmnrmmm THE MOItyiyG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTJBBEB 29, 1S95. 17 1WEEK1H L&BORCiBCLES flatters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. UKCTI2TGS KOIl TJI13 WKKK. SUNDAY, SEl'TEMBHR 29. Executive Hoard, D. A. G8, K. of I times uUdlng, 10 o'clock. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. L. V., No. 190 Brotherhood ot Car penters Hall, 027 SlnM-achusetts atenuc. L. A.. 1G 14, K. ot L. Journeyman Plas terers i'laxterers Hall, Four-ai da-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. L. A., 17i6. K. or L Carpenters and Jolnirs .Sic-iety Teniplo, Fifth and G streets. Barbers Assembly Plasterers Hall, Four-and a half street and Pennsylvania avenue. Horsetlioer!,' Union,, No. 17 Hall, 737 Seventh street. Fioaoer Aicmbly, K. of L., Laundry Workers. HayilenBujldins. Four-and-a-half half street and Pennsylvania avenuo. TUESDAY, OCTOUEU I. rcderatloii ot Labor Plasterers Hail, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. Mosaic and Encaustic Tile leavers nail, 1310 E street northwest. WEI)Nl"...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

rr,u im usuy-i'?" rtSQtpi utywmfp v- 'n!:mm?' &&mtsmTS!&! Taisw-r- finMtiSWW"- -v- THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2 J), 1805. 18 i n i " ' ." ' " yr"' 1 11 Pf 4 f CHAPTER VHI.-Concludcd. ' Disappointed as the message loft Kcy.lt determined Ilia action, and as the train steamed out of Ban Luis It for awhile di verted his attention from tlic object of his pursuit. In any even t, his destination would have been Skinner's or the Hollow, as the point from which to begin his search. He believed with Sister Scraplilna that the joung Girl would make her direct appeal to her brother; but even If the sought Mrs. Barker. It would still be at some of the haunts of the gang. The letter to the Lady Superior had been postmarked from "llald Top," which Key knew to be an obscure settlement less rrequcnted than Skinner's. Even then It was hardly possible that the chief of the road agents would present himself at the potoffice, and It had prob ably been lelt by some less known of the ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

- t t THE MOBNLNG TIMES. SIWDAY. SEPTEMBEB 20, 189S. 19 One Gent Par Word One Cent Per Word One Cent Per Www One Dent Per Word One Gent Per word OneCef "PET WORD One Cenf PER W0R9 r advertisement less than I Oa. No advertisement less than 1 0. Ko advertisement leas than 10. No advertise at less than 10. Ho adrertlsement less than 10s. No advertisement less than 10c. 2fo advertisement ! than lOt. TTTT BRs?" RBLP WATTTEP MAM. WAKTED-T"0 first-class salesmen ior new subdivision; ex-government clerk prtferred. JACKSON & WEEDON, Booms 36-7 llcO 111 building, 010 Et. M. sc2!l-lt WANTED-''(1 man for port it; must hate si0 rcrs; call before 10 o'clock Momla v morning. MERTZ'S DRUG STORE, lllli mill F sta. It WANTED-lay who understands past ille wall paper thoroughly."" IIOKAUE J. LONG & CO. It WAKTED-T plumbers; alto a tin ner that understands furnace, latrobe and stove work. ALBINSON A C1IA8K. 1722 1 1th st. Be29 -2; WANTBD-'l good boy to learn the mi mil Move trade. J. T. DOYLE, 6...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 September 1895

&V-Jf pan&j'yw Sc5 K5g?SS': '- t - -i TELE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895. L'O C?JJ"", itfisaz ANNUAL FALL OPENING . H. HOEKE. New and enlarged facilities with every department Under new conditions. The markets of the world have been drawn on in making up this most complete stock of , , Carpets, Furniture, and Drapery. The pencil used in marking the goods has been cut in half this FALL and your interest considered in everything. We want you to be more interested in us and have made prices closer than you ever knew them in-order to bring us closer together. ' ,. w , . We wish you would make us a call, will be glad to have you look even if you have no idea of buying. Upholstery. This department ban been greatly enlarged, giving It a room 27x100 feet, handsomely carpeted -with a Wil ton Velvet, and everything done to make chopping In it a pleasure. Ttisfctosk has been selected with great care, and ou arc t.ure to find Just what jou -want, and at the right, price. OPE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

i ii'f, THE MORaNTNGr TEUES. JUODAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1895. Ine Gent Per One Gen) Per VORD One Gent Per Word o advertisement les than lO fo advertisement less than I0. No iYrttaraent leii than 10. One Gent & hocdvertlssraa-it tessthantOs. i Qne Gent & NoadvcrtlsaTiont las than 10s. One Gent & Noadvertijmsrit than 10 J. 118 tlfjlil Word roodcrtlgcmcnt :essthan 10. f SP KELP TTASTED-MAIiB. WANTBD-rive carpenters otla myrtle square Opera, House. PAUL it jiaji It -to-ANTED-Boy about 14 or ID jcars old to icarntbe na"g Jewelry business; one w ith li'cvclc preferred Address MAft UT ACTUREl!, ItiipotTlce. H WAKTED-A first-class oyster cook; oust be well rccommciHled. Apply at 1). CROWLEY'S OYSTER HOUSE.No. 39 II st. iw, opposite Government Printing offl.n-. kS'r'0-2 WANTED-Twelve bora Hurt can feed lub press s; must lie quick, ucat ami tlily: immeolaiely. HAY WORTH PUII LIdIUMiIIOi'SE,61&Fst.nw. s.e30-lt TrVANTED-A good bushel.nnn to alter doming, sieady position to right man;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

S. .f 'r 'ensg S5pPf?-S-l?53y - t -;-3-- -JOf ,-e !i--V-',-?-'7-01-'S5i.'- "- '- "??rSkS-'?S?F Jsr'i-5WV-B.TB. V CJ5S-'-- THE 3IOBKIKG TLMES, AIQyPAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1895. Fall Overcoats. You'll feel better, look better, take fewer chances of having' to pay the doctor, if you'll wear a LIGHT OVERCOAT. It need not cost a fortune to own one. We'll sell you a good one as low as $ 1 0 equal to those you'd pay a tailor $18 or $20 for, and FIT as well, too. Finer ones at $ 1 2, $ 1 5, and all prices up to $35. No doubt about suiting and fitting: you in any grade you want Fall Suits all styles, all prices. Specially strong lines at $ 1 2 and $ 1 5. The equal of everybody else's $15 and $20 ones. You'll say so when you see them. New Derbys arc only $3 here, instead of- the ageuoies' $5.00, but then our name in the crown is not charged for. An- block you want. We have them all. Robinson, Chery & Co. J I2TH AND F STS. CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS. HATS. SHOES. WWoWP 1895 Great Openin; OF Fall Clot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

'"'S'SS SA -jjf-j.fj -. -V,- .2- -yi, ,r THE MOUNTED TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1895. ; Lansburgli & Bro ; HOOSEKEEPM In addition to our Win dow Shade business which is one of the most important features of our Upholstery Depart ment we are also pre pared to re-hang Lace Curtains,' Portieres and Draperies of all kinds at a moderate cost. We will, send our man to your house and give you an estimate fr,ee of charge. SPECIAL ITEMS. One lot Bluo and Yel low Crescent Muslin, I Olc 36 Inches wide I Li lard One lot Coin Spot Mus lin. All size spots. 36 Inches wide Orio lot Extra Quality Opaque Shades. 3 feet wide, 6 feet long One lot 44- Chenille Covers. Good colors and patterns One lot 6-4 Chenille Covers. Extraquall ty. Cood colors One lot Jones' Patent PillowSham Holders. Adjustablo to any size bed I 5 Vard 2 5 Each 0 u Each 00 Each 50 Each UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT, Rear Annex l'lrst Floor. 6 e 420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St efore Noon To-dajl "We're going- to sell a LInTED number of Bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

-- -i-ar. v. - 6 THE MOIiNEjTGr TIMES, 3IONDAT, SEPTEMBER 30, 1895. SJw-ftpS:: I Wash. EL Williams' Dally Bargains. This Curtain Sale is worthy of your early visit. It's in our new "Drapery WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 9 th and E streets. fught Fall vercoats arc necessary for the cool evenings which we expect to enjoy for the next month. Have you one? Our stock is a good one to select from all new goods the latest styles from London and New York; no left-overs from Spring. Our house has won for itself a reputation for the cut and style, as well as the quality of our clothing. nVDCHCnDTU'Q 621 Pa. U I i I L.II I Ult I II Of Ave. Under HetropoliEan. Absolutely Painless Dentistry. t TOP in tome time when you re down town and lot us care- J$ fully examine your tJVEsB teeth. Wo mate no ice, nor for approxi mating tho cost of vuttlnc them in coed "5"??'. condition. All ottera- r iV .' A X trv dta skillfull K, V VViinilatBolatelypain- v"3 d lessly performed. Painless extraction, 50 cents. Evans Dent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

the siotcntx'g- times, jiond-Aiy" septejlber :jo, isos. k Parker. $iicri& Co., CIclhlers, JliTthsL Where will you find a mnrp select j slock? Where ?jj will ) ou unu "y irttTr r Where will 3-011 be treat ed as liber ally? Where will you find such a line of S10 Suits or such $25 and $30 Suits? Where will you find such S5 Overcoats or $25 or $35 Overcoats? Echo answers, "where." Parker, Bridget & Go 315 Seventh St. 'Twould take a sledge hammer blow to knock out a "COLUMBIA." All ordi nary and legitimate strains it is absolutely proof against. Ask "Columbia" riders what their experience is with this paragon of wheels. A very sbort time will suffice to acquire the riding p-rl ot it. if the lessons are learned in our U!g s-cnool. The Instruct ors know their business. To purchasers of wheel, tuition ire e. DISTRICT CYCLE CO. r-SSSSSS&t" J1,rg,Di 452 Pa. Ave. SEE THIS BICYCLE? & rerhaia you know a thing or two about b. cycles, and can pick out the hich-grado nbeel at a glan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

yWFi s5S5ses"r8e9ap5ig igpgajippl w -"- N, THE MOBJSTKTGr TpiES, JH0NDAT, SEPTEMBER 30, 1895. e (TheWashinQton Times CUOKXIXa, ETENBKI, AND SdXDlT ) OWNED AND ISSUED B The Washington Times Company. TIMES BtJILDIXO. tiViUWim COH-MK FOraSTI.VASIt'. ATE.NCB AND TrxTn Stozkc Telephone Editorial Rooms, 111. 'business Office,.!!!'. IVce Msrnlnr or Evening Edition. ..Ono Cent Sjnday Edition Tnreo Cents. l'onthly by Carrier Vcrulnc and Sunday Thlrty-flTe Cents. Evenlnc Ihlrtr Cents. Itrrclnc. 1 Evening and V FITTT CKfTl. fcmudar. ) WASHINGTON. D. C.. SEPTEMBER 30. 183i Subscribers to "Tile Tlnioa" will confer a favor by promptly roportlns miy (IWcourlCHy of. collectors, or nog lent o duty ou tlio part of carriors. CuiiipLttntM cither by mall or lu pot (uu vi ill rccelvo prompt attention, aiip MiirnliiK Edition hbould bo de Iliercd to all parts ot tlio city by U.'JO o'clock u. in.. Including Sunday. The liMMitu Hilltlun Hliould bo In tbo bunda ot .ulJic'iilji'iM not lutor than S.ao p. tu. ST...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

be iraes T I M E S FESI KTS ETE1T 12 HAS - sua mm THE WEATHER TO-DAY. SfcliT. EYLSiG Fair. Northerly Winds. VOL. 2. 2fO. 3(52. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1895. EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. SIXTEEN PAGES OF 1WS-ID FRESH EVERY Tf EWE HOURS 1 2-3 CEITS 1 MY. LAST HOURS FOUND DEAD IN HIS ROOM SPANIARDS ON THE KEYS 118 MEETING FOR CUBA GEN; MILES IN. COMMAND ARMED MEN GUARD A BODY Suffered Much Pain, But Jas Unconscious a Great Deal. FEAHOE WILL BURY HIM rinln and. Simple Chnrueler of tho Chamber In Which Are the Remains of tin Great Chemist Public TVI11 View tlio Body To-day To Ho In terred In Ills Institute's Grounds. Tarls, Sept. 29. Information concerning the closing liours of Tror. rasteur's lire has been obtained by the correspondent of the United Press, whohas Just returned from Villeueuvro. Prof. Pasteur's condition'-' became ser iously worse on the evening of Friday last. Albuminuria wasobserved,thebeartbec-ame very weak and painful and violent spasms became frequ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 30 September 1895

c5r5',"t- '-i- &3GF?K.r& 1- &V; 5rr jff'-"vai -;-. THE MORJSTNGr TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893. 2 fXf" BflsSoh'S r add KleTonth Streets. Storage Warehouses dst., nearM. This $5.25 Antique Ma- hogaivy finish or Oak Rocker, piano polish, $3.95, "Cob bler" leather seat. In "Saddle" wood seat, Oak or Mahogany finish, worth $5, for $3.75. I want to t the Jovreler who comtB Into your mind first. M ''SEE DAVISON ABOUT IT" It saves )'0U 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 day and night for such a reputation. Of course the stock I carry and the moderate prices I charge are the most important elements that go to make my success. C. -H. DAVISON, Jowoler, 1 1 05 F ST. N. W. Electricity is not only a better lifflit than gas, but it is a safer, better and more reliable power than steam. There are dozens of print ing houses and manufacturing- concerns in town who use elec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 October 1895

"'J v Vis-1---'. &iraes be THE WEATHER TO-&AY. T I M E S fssi sis EYOY 12 IGUHS - SOlAHQKIH SHMT. EYENIiG -ir. Wnriurr. Nortliv-iurlyiinl- WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1895. EIGHT PAGES. VOL. 2. 2TO. 5U. ONE CENT. SIXTEEI PACES OP lEWS-DELIMED FRESH EMY TWELTE SOURS 1 2-3 CEITS A DAY. $ali SQoes at StoU's "8J0" The New Stock will be shown to da Ladies' Shoes for Fall and Winter. Men's Shoes for Fall and Winter. The new Shoes are wonderfully hand some andwell-made. We are delighted with them, so will you be. Shoes in ever' style, fashionable and common sense. Children's Shoes? Yes, indeed. Prices? They are the low est in Washington. Our motto? "Pay a little more and sell a litteMower than anybody else." That's Stoll's mot to! Yes, STOLL'S "810" Seventh St. N. W. NO SUNDAY OPENING. Atlnnla Exposition Director Declare Against It Overwhelming?-. . Atlanta, Ga., Bcpt. 30. The question of Sunday opening was bcttled by an over whelming -vote at the directors' meeti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 October 1895

M THE MORNXXGr- TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1895. VICEROY Ul DE&BADED TscsjBsa PUS Fill HOT? inn HocMSi'Qffi 1 Tho "Tempi Cup" i still oa Fro Exhibition la our nlnaoir. His PiinisJimsnt for Failing to Protect Missionaries. , SciiQcl Cadet Uniforms Should Be Made in Washington, Setisfeot You've Got To Now, F anil rieventh Ftroeti ftoraje Warehouses M st., uoarll 1 tl -$4.95 for this Chiffon ier hut it cannot he bought for this price again. It's a spscial $5 Chiffonier at $4.95 for to-day and to-morrow only. Has 5 drawers. Carved top. Neatly finished. 1 xratit to bo the Jew o!or who rcmcs Into ruur mind first. "SEE DAVISON ABOUT IT" ' There's the bright ness of newjTall Goods about this gem of a store to-day for I am quite, quite read' with the most perfect stock you can imagine. ; There's something - special about these first few days that 3'6u should talce ad vantage of the com pleteness of the as sortment. You particular peo ple should therefore come earlr to see the absolutelr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 October 1895

f jjj: s-.4; ? i5ro -! THE MOHJTIXG TIIS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1895. "SK-im. " -A !-3,y - This Ath letic Goods Department is growing" bigger and bigger. Just added all kinds of Foot Ball Goodsf Golf Goods, Boxing and ffli tf 'I fe- JSs jp&&x- Jj en c l n jr Goods; also, all kinds of Gymnasium Goods, such as Health Weights, Pulleys, Punching Bags, Trapeze and everything else usually found in a complete gymnasium. We are going to surprise you athletes and sports soon! Come in and look around! OriflgST&UO 315 Seventh St. TO-DAY NATIONAL BASEBALL PARK James J. Corbett, AND Department League Athletes. Admission, 25 and 50c Came Commoner at 4:15 P. M. SEE THIS BICYCLE? &-. ?- rerkips you know a thine or two about V yclen, and can pkt out the hi-h-grade uheel at a glance. Just so. Experts hie examined anJ tested the new hue of Mcy.leH, otwhl h the abve I an Ulus'rat on. recently iecWed byC U3UCorraIi.c- Co., Ml G htreet north west, and pronounce them the best bicycles for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 1 October 1895

5S-sB jg 3COiwP,i " ? - f. fcj - THE-MOBNINGh'TIMJES. TUESDAX, OCTOBER 1, 1895. TheWasTiinatan Times (Mosxcni, Kraranj, amd Boxdit.) OWNED AND ISSUED Bt The Washington Times Company. TIMES BOIUy-SOi fcUIHTOST CORKX1 PEJX3TLTAKU AVJ3.TTI AKD Tism Stsecc ' Telephone Editorial Room 111 Business Ofllco, 317. Trice Marnlnp or Erenlne Edition. -One Cent Eanda j- Edition Threo Cents. Vontnly br Carrlor I! online and Sunday Thlrty-IlTe Cents. Evening Thlrtr Conti l.Tenlnsand- - Fiftt CEsrs. fcuidaT, ) WASHINGTON, D. C OCTOBER 1. .1605. &TRADES ( $.?) COUNCIUi Subscriber to "The Time" will router a favor by promptly reporting any discourtesy of collectors, or nog le-ct of duty ou the part of carriers. Complaints either by mall or In pei ou will receive prompt uttentlon. Tlio llornlns Kdltlon should be de livered to nil parts ot the city by US1U o'clock a. m., lucladlns Sunday. The i:i-iilus Edition Bhould bo In tlio liancu ot subcrib.ri not later than V30 p. m. STAR STILL LOSING. Times S...

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