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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

--?-V"'-S977' THE MOBNTNTG TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1895. 17 WINTER STYLUS IN SLEEVES THAT FASHION DECREES. priestess, Butterfly, King-, Bishop and Leg o' Mutton Arc What Some Arc Called. New Tort. Oct. 11. Although dress maker claim that sleeves arc growing mailer. It U only at their lower portions that tho change Is as yet visible to the naked eye. Then tho newest sleeves, those with an upper puff and a Ions cuff that Ttacbes above the elbow, fit the arm morn snugly tbBD formerly. In exaggerated In stances, even, too snugly for comfort; but the tops of the sleeves arc as big as ever, and there Is a return to stiffened materials for holding them out, effects of most of them inclining to a broad, square look. NEW GIOOTS. The old drooping leg o' mutton In ons piece will continue to be worn, however, and a modish look Is given to these by fitting the forearm part as tightly as com fort will allow, and to accomplish this anoutsldeseam Isoftenadded. The newest gigots have this seam in...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

'fmvmtlrsiig THE MORNING TniES,&NDAT, OCTOBER-13, 1395. 18 R Woman By Kobcrt Barr Auuthor of "The Face and Mak," "In the Midst of Alarms," clc. (Copyright, 1895, by Robert Barr.) CHAPTER III. Next morning Wentworth worked his Ivay, tvith much balancing and holding on of tin milking, along Ihe deck, lor the ship rolled Tearfully, although there teemed to be little wind, and the sun was shining brightly, but the person be sought was nowhere visible, lie thought ho would CO Into the smoking room, but changed his mind at tho door, and turned down the conipaulouway to the main saloon. The tables had been cleared of the breakfast belongings, but on one of the. fiu.il! tables n white cloth had been laid, and at this spot of purity hi the general effect of red piush sat Miss Brewster, who was oni plaeently ordering what she wanted Iroru the slewa rd, who did not sceni at a II pleated in serving one who bail disregarucd tue breakfast hour to ihediarraugeiuctil of all saloon rules. The th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

SsSfesKeVj ,. -skfpf VWS.Zl' J - -ir -o v THE MOKNING TIMES. tSlTN DAY, OCTOBER 13, 1895. 19 THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS, REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW I CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. N nBI.P TVANTED-MALB. WANTED-or villi two years' ex- iwrience setting tjpc. Call to-day 321 4 1-i 81. hit. oc!3-lt WANTBD-2u men at stage door ol aiimii . urand Opera HoUbe, Sunday mornjng 11 o'clock. lt WANTED-Four Urst-class tinsmiths. AppJ y to-iiay. Sunday. 810 mt. It WANTED-Erand bos with bicy- ties. ?-L per week. SCIIROT UROS., No. -I'll Mo.uvc. oc!3-2t WAKTED-A comet or banjo plascr lor one nay advertising; give price. Address MUSIC, thlsolflcc. WANTSD Several vxperienced so" licUun. -iily T. O. ANDERSON k CO.. 007 O .t. mv. WANTED-A jouug man with cleri cal ainluv, iho can come well recom mended, wtio lias a few hundred dollars, as secretary or a company doing business In tins city and handling an Invention Indorsed by (he U. S. army and navy. Ad dress OPPORTUNITY, this ofticc. oc9...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 October 1895

ppF sa THE MOANING- TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1895. Zz Wsv- sr?i?aia$r-5zpFifwJ&? Horrible Slaughter in the clothing trade, nothing like it was ever seen before we have taken all our prices and CUT THEM TO PIECES utterly regardless of what the goods cost us we will compel business if we have to sacrifice everything. S3 00 Men's Suits for.l $d.UU p.00 Ilea's Salts for....- $4.UU JI0CO Men's Cassimere Salts TC fin JS.00 Young Men's Suits for.... 3J,ull 120.00 Men's Overcoats, Mel- CQ Cn ton, Keraey 4daUU 15.00 Imported Germanla (J "7 rfl Overcoats 4 I.UU J12.0) French BIsck Cheviot CO Kfl Overcoats 4D,vU (10.00 Oxford Mixed Overcoats 54. b Cor. 9th and tt&s&ti&siKte&&aiMikm i With Hie departure of Mr. Herman Viels lire. Mary Hyde, and one or tvro others rumored dciartures to New York, It would eeeni that Washington is losing interest in her art circles. Mr Icobert Hinckley, has recently fin ished a full length Portrait of Miss Gvfynn, a noted Washington beauty...

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

-yw-g -.- - sxj- i. f-SJSSC MORXINC, T I FBESH BEWS . SUNDAY, M EVERY 12 EOUHS EYEHG i' 50C.AM0HTH be Hime THE YiEATHER TO-DAY. Fair. Slight Cbniittes In Tcinjieraturo. Northerly Winds. VOL. 2. IfO. 57G. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MOKNING, OCTOBJDll 14, 1805. EIGHT PAGES. ONE CJ? f . SLOT PAGES OFJEWS DELIVERED FRESH EVERY TWELVE HOURS 1 23 CEITS A BAY. Stupendous Sale OF ENAMELED STEEL WARE At 8 o'clock a. m. This ware is Jar superior lo agate or enameled iron ware. By a triumph of shrewd purchasing -xc are enabled to tctail it at the same -prices that every other house in this city has to jay for it. THIS IS A& ABSOLUTE FACT. The pices arc much lower than this -ware has ever been sold for in the United States. Sale begins at S a. m. promptly. Two-qt. Steel Enameled Coffee Pots 23c Regular Price, 48c. Three-qt. Steel Enamel Coffee Pots '. 25c Regular Price, 59c. Four-qtSteel Enameled Coffee Pots 31c Regular Price, 89c. One-qt. Steel Enameled Covered Buckets 12c Regular Price, 19c...

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

TIPWS2WBI sjjWTfcaojiwwtetfwuiirisfW-dggj $(&i&3$P??f t.-PT'jg'jjyguJjg&aaiLjat, - THE MORNIKG TIMES.' MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1895.. DiliSUOKU P Stroot. Corner tlereato. 5 tore co Warerooms, 2dSL, DearH. We promise you that ere ry price it qcolo rhall bo lower tlian that quoted for the seme artio e lu any legitimate furniture a ton or department store. ONYX TABLE $3.85. Au unheard-of price an uncommonly good for table, shelf. Has gilt frame and Solid brass legs, gracefully shaped. Compare it with the $6 and $ tables 1 want to be the Jeweler who coos into your mind first. Perhaps all discount Sales are genuine, but certainly Davison's 10 discount Jewelry Sale is genuine. "See Davison about it." 11M F Street IT. V. Established July, 1S3. Are You Particular Ahout your Shirts? Hate to eeo th- cdes frayed and the buttonholes ruined? 'lhrn be particular lathe choice of your laundry. Our ant I swear buttonholes haro won a great name lor us. Tolraan Steam Laundry 6th and C Sts. N. ...

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

Wi1 ?'t'4A.nsbSX-i THE ZS.OKXIXa TIMES, MtXN 1)-VY OCTOBER 14, 1805. 3 1'arkcr. Urldget & Co., 315 "ill st Trust us to look out for ', the children. You'll never know ho v much effort we've expend ed -jntil you inspect this stock. We can show vou as many as fifty styles and patterns of all-wool suits for boys t $2.50. Hundreds from tl s price up. Parker, Bridget&fo 3 1 5 Seventh Street. COLTJMBIAS arc first of all Bicrclcs. Perfect in cverj way. The ladies' wheels have sprung; to the front .js.vt vith remarkable rapid- -; lty. Our catalogue will , ' tell all about them. District Cycle Go,, "coi.r.ir.i.is.'. "IIAItn OKD.V J- 1SSniS,rta,,,, 452 Pa. Ave. "Crescents" have stood the tests or oTerlOj.000 riders. "The 7j and $90 ... .-crr-oems" equal ihe llrT of any other make, no difference how much they "ost. 1'ach one is sold Willi a guarantee ihel alifeJ up to. ZF-fU) "Crescent" Is the wheel for business null. Honesty guaranteed. Western Wheel Works, II. S. J jXES Jr., .Manager...

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

T3ri-3p MWja5 e&i i"5f39rrc'5Ster- f1 p ZJ f!y -&&n.j.'z: r3vf flsrrr5.ir s&-f 2r.rs- zm r THE MOKXXN TIMES, IMOItfDAT, OCTOBER 14, 1895. TheWasliinnlionTimBS (MORSixn, Evixmi, did Sraoir.i OWNED AND ISSUED BIT The Washington Times Company. TIMES BCILDINO. focnnresT Comsra rctssTLTUsi Atenux aso Tumi Snustrt Telephone Editorial Rooms, nv Brolness Orflce. TO". Jrlce Mornlnc or Eronlnc EditionOne Coat Sunday Edition -Three Ceala. XenXhlT or Carrior Korni&c and Sunday ...Thlrty-flTo Centa. Evening Tolrtj-Ceatt Kerning, ) Etonlng aad- - nrrr CErrri fctnday, J WASHINGTON. D. (1, OCTOBEK 14. 1895. Sulwcrlliri. to "Tlio Times" will confer u favor by promptly reportlnc nny dlM.onrt-.y of collectors or uce-lt-ct of duty on the, part of carriers. Complnliit. flthcr by mall or In per hoii will ricelo iirompt attention. The itornlnn T.dltlon i-uould bo de livered to nil part, of the city by 0:30 o'clock n. m., Including Sunday. The EienliiK trillion should bo In the hnnds of...

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

r-firr -) -y - ' &?&&?7Ftf i - -WTcJA5farjifc-c- A" ?a-5 ? 4 Mv -"-ft - ' - t, - '?"' jxCiKizZt 1 THE HOBNIKG TIMES. 31)jDAT, OCTOBER 14, 1895. ri-r't jx Lansburgh & Bro 1 I Fiber Ramie, 18c. This is a new inter-lining. It contains sufficient Ramie Fiber to give it a tough ness, flexibility and strength possessed by no other fiber inter - lining now in use. A HAFKIH DAY. Just a part or our Linen Counter set apart for a special sale of napkins at a special price for to-day. If you are a little short of nap kins probably to-day is your opportunity. Napkins are always count ed among trio needables. Somo excellent values In dinner napkins. 100 dozen 10-in heavy quality hcotch Damask Napkins 100 dozen 10-in extra fine quality Irish llamasi. IS'apkins 100 dozen 20-ln extra heay quality German Da mask. MipLlns 75 dozen 20-ln extra fine quality Irish Damask Nap kins SO dozen 22- n extra heavy quality Silver lllcaciicd German Damask Napkins 100 dozen 21-ln cooJ hcaty qua lity...

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

L-TP, wPtW; M'ZPV. SK tr ji, tj-". - T"vit- " i CT" sT bks f vr j TOE MOB3?ESr(x TIMES, MOXDAT, OCTOBER 11, 1805. new m iim m ON THE WATCHFOR BARNETT 9iii'lriir Only Nine Bays Dally Bargains. !WW-VWtIi We have opened the Curtain Season with some wonderful bargains. We have been pre paring for it for some time, and it has found us better fixed than ever in our draper- department. We arc giving unheard of values in Swiss Tambours real Brussels Nottinghams Irish Points and all kinds of silk face and cotton tapes tries. Nor have we neglected our carpet department, but have a wonderful array of pretty designs in all makes and qualities. Was!i. B.Wil Hams, 7th and D. Sts. ill In ! we sell bo3rs' suits as well as Men's in fact, we liave quite a reputation on our Boyb' Clothing- nowhere in town will you find such a splendid iibsortment to choose from, nor such rea sonable prices. Stylish Fall Suits in Cheviots, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Heav1 Serges, etc", in great abundance and variety. New York...

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

jsswprwssfsn5 r -,- THE MOKNTfrft TIMES. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1895. t THE TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. t&? sower XOO.OOO PEOPLE TEBOUGH ONE AD. HELP WAKTED-MALB. WASTED-F slendv men; good pay. Call, all day, 337 Pa. ave., 2djloor. lt WANTED-Bushclman at SMITH'S, 4fc0 L SI UW. ocl4-3t WANTED-l'ni: n'au Uiat undcr Man sometliing about upholstering. 1312 G st IW. It WANTED-Erranil buys witti bicy cles: ier wreL SCHROT BROS.. No. 4:11 Mo. arc. oc!3-2t WANTED several experienced so- lieuors. Apply T. O.AKUEttisOX &.CO-, 907 Q st. nw. WANTED-A young man with cleri l ability, who can coaie well recom mended, who has a few hundred dollars, as secretary of a e-ouiiuny doing business In thl t-lty and handling an invention Indorsed by the U. S. army and navy. Ad dress OPPORTUNITY, this off k-c. otO tf HELP WASTED-VEMALE. WAKTED-Uy l"dy gcod lady so licitors 419Ksi.nw. It WANTED-Girl to 'o general house- ork SL,3 fjltl ...

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

V "-5rtMatVfr -s ib TttaeySFt .-ESS! SWTs T TS MORNING TIMJSS,. -MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1895. Patent Leather SHOES? Of course WE have a big line of them, in Button, Lace or Congress, with kid, cloth or embroidered silk tops, made over the newest last, all sizes and widths, in all qualities. Other leathers enameled leather, calf, russet calf and cordovan, in as big variety for Men and Boys. Prices are Men's, $2.40 to $6.50 Boys, $1.40 to $3.00 How about a FALL OVERCOAT? You know we have the biggest stock and best values in town. TEN DOLLARS buys a nobb-, stylish, TOP COAT correct length or longer, light or dark color, Rough Cheviot or Smooth Melton, Covert Cloth or Diagonal any style you want, and as perfect fitting as if made to your special measure finer ones at all prices up to $35 and all worth "their cost, too. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. CLOTHES. FURNISHINGS, H-aTS. SHOES. is the price of the best Ladies' lace or button shoe on the market a fashionable shoe, a well-m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

JHPJjtSS''' ;xJffrim "ci,r THE WEATHER TO-DAY. r ' MOH'sIi j FEESH KLWS - EOT, M LYEET 12 EOUSS EVSliG 1 SOs. A MONTH eimes Fair. v Probably Cloudy In the Eeiiitii:. N'ortheaslorly Winds. VOL. 2. NO. .177. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1895.--EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. SIXTEEN PAGES OF IEWS DELIYERED FRESH EVERY TWELVE HOURS-1 2-3 CEITS A BAY. THE T1HES lis Attorneys Save Mrs. Kane from a Siiylock's Chucks. TEST CASE AGAINST NEWMAN Jury Renders a Verdict "f $229.50 for tin" Victim of it ljMirtonr.Mui.cy Lender Succor Gistniiin Oppresscnl Woman liy a Fe-nrless .Newspaper. -Vo Appiill Yet Taken. The Timer, docs not, often refer to (lie fact that, liy tliu alii of the pulr Jleltylteniiinmr.ds.iiiaiiyiibusestt hlch op.in-ss tlio genera public hate been corrected through Its columns mid l)y Its outside effort-!. Tills morning, lionet or. It becomes u dtitt and it pleasure to announce lliai Tile Times Free lliireau of legal wit Ice yesterday restored to Mrs. Kane, w Itliuut c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

:S5W!S5!S3jgg1!gg; SKrSit!g53fcSg53 iJtg -pj-i-7 35 Jl THE MOBKTNQ TIMESr-TUESDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1895.. laarl 4SON& F Street Corner Eleventh. Storage Warehouse, ztd near 3L J&MW worth of choicest OKIEXTAL HCOS hare been pla.cl on consign ment with us to dispose at prices such as will probably noior again be quoted. The sale begun yesterday ends to-day. 1 rrr.anvyujfctirgjiiTTJTgmtinTa-. itn ,;;? ' EiJffi This FOLDING BED was considered extraordi nary value a few weeks ago at $46. To-drry it is $32. It's made of solid oak, combining- in one piece "Ward robe, Desk, Chiffonier, and Bed. Throughout our big Folding Bed As sortment prices are reduced ibis same way. lACJ F C By Stoam Driller. Work done Quick ly, cleanly and r.;iJ. J cheanlv. LJl liiCU W E. DoWITT. 30STenth 3r. nvv. nicim mi mmi Annual Meeting of the Woman's . ' Foreign Missionary Society. MES. HAYGOOD'S ADDEESS StiiTeIlsotIIorTeiiTenr.' Experience InClilim Hud Alnett Troulilriit First In Getting Chinese Parents to Pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

IZrWs" jSf- TnE MOUXTS'G TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1805. "SE:- V 1'arltrr. Ilrldcot A Co., ClotMere. 315 Tin st "Line up, boj'S. fYA OlllU "K M '- (k9 Better let us sell'OU UJ35A vour football tog- rerv. No danger when Tou get our armor on. Have you been in this athletic department? Come in, look around, whether you wish to Inn or not. TToot ball goods, golf goods, box ing and fencing goods, and pretty much anything you can ask for in the way of gymnasium paraphernalia. Probably the most compre hensive stock of its kind in the city, and from 15 to 25 per cent under the others' prices. Parker, Bridget Go 3 1 5 Seventh Street. imMHzmMES The Uncalled-for Clothing " Pay Half Price For Your Clotliing by taking advantage o f our flan of hiving Clothing that has been left on the hands of the finest custom tailors in the great cities. Wo bare an Expert Tailor who Tlsltball larce cities, to select, buy aud eliip to us such llar luoms All these poods haio the name of tho maker nitachod.and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

jp- ttqui .SiW? THE MORNING- TIMJES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1895. j'O-.T.-r-.'.jisss; TheWashington Times CtlOKNINO, EVKNIWJ, 1XD SUXDIXI OWXED AND ISSUED BI The Washington Times Company. TIMES BUILD INO. KrmwEST COB.MH Pcn.-sn.TiHU. Atexcz s 5elephon Editorial Itoonis, ill Tutlnew Offlct, 417. Trie M amine or Evening EditionOne Cent 6 jnday Edition TnrooCenu. Itentnl j by Carrier Horning and Sunday Tblrty-UTe Cent! Evening Thirty Cents Horniag, 1 Evening aodi- - nrrrCBSTl Sunday. I WASHINGTON' D. C. OCTOBER 15. 1833. SubserllxT to "Tho Times" will confer it favor by promptly reporting ntty di!.eoiirtrsj- ot collectors or neg lect of duty on the part ot carriers. ComplitliitK eltlior ly mall or In per son will rccelxo prompt iitlciitlon. Tile Morning Edition Miould lie de livered to all parts of tho city liy 0:30 ""o'clock u. in.. Including Snndny. The EenliiK Edition should bo In tho liiindH of Mibscrlberil not lutor thim E:30 p. in. Ilojccted nmiiiihCrliitN ore nsunlly returned when...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

- jextejiwr-njCj?- i-teifcisvA--iBiisfeifft3j THE AlORyPfG TIMES. TPJ,SDAT, OCTOBER 15, 1895. At the EISENMANVS Bargains. King's I'atiee Bargains. Hon March a. B jLanshorgli&Brol we V' S f f t t I t NEW ARRANGEMENTS HATE BEEN made by trltleh your paokngcs can b delivered rish! at your dcor the same day of purchase, vlicthsr yon live In IJUOOK LAM), BHIGHTWOOI) OR AL E.VANDl.IA.and three deliveries each day are made In TAKO.MA, nili ottencr when SPECIALLY Wanted. If nuy SbcetineU nocdedyon might just as veil Ret It of lis. He sell only the reliable kind and at prices you are willlnc to pay. Whenever quality is taken Into consideration our prices arc alnajs loner. 1,000 larce double Bed Sheet?. Made of tlio bast quality sheeting. I.50D s!z3 45 xr6 inch Hemstitched Pillow Casos. Made of the best muslin. 500 size 54x35 Inch Hemstitched PiilowCases. Best muslin 5 cases 9-4- Un bleached stand ard Sheeting, only The "HOHA" Corset. 49c each. 4C each. I 2C ach. 1 1 C yard. Tho peer of al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

'Wf'W?!.'' 5 THE 3HOJUSTNG- T13L15S, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1893. 6 HVyfcVfc'W 3 Unique CHAMBER Suites. Sonieliiiii"; entirely new we're showing- in our South Window. The center one superbly enameled in pure white with gold trinimiujs brass ornaments an exhibition suite the price, $200, we have marked down to $ 1 50. This is one o' the most exquisite suites oror show n lii-ra. ' To the lc'lt of the big- show window is a SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE with a re markably novel style of shape serpentine swell plate beveled g-lass mirrors fine finish an extreme- handsome suite. Price $75. Wo consider this suite autxcetIonil bareaiu. Thirdly, the BIRCH-WOOD BEDROOM SUITE to the right equally novel in shape a very beautiful wood, very finely finished to use a trite expression, this suite must be seen to be appreciated. Our price is $70. ' - This, too. Is a crest Inrcniu, WASH. B. SEVENTH i SVVV0'VVV''gl Queen Ann Lotion is tlie most dainty prepa ration on the market for the skin for C II A P P E D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

5"Jp-f2.'r"VfaE"' THE M.OBNIN TIMES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1895. TIMES' 32,000 SURETY SMALL ADS. REACH 100,000 READERS FOR A FEW CENTS ONE PRICE FOR ALL EDITIONS. THE HKI.I TTAKTED-MALE. WANTED- lineman. Call after 9 a. in., ul Room 3, 35 11 st. nw. oclG-3l WANTED-Bright youns man with some experience in tailoring basuici as salesman Apply H. FELZMAN, CUD Till St. liW. It WANTED- Salnryaud commission will be i.uu reliable men to represent Hie Guardian Lire Insurance Co. Aiply at brancli orfice 1311 K"st. Experienced In dusttjalnieti preferred. oel 5-1 1 WANTED Middle-aged raaiuorcu erat houtevvork. Call with rclcrcnccs after 4. 1037 Marlon 8t. It WAKTBD-A joung man with ex perience. Ai)ly at carpenter shop, No. 1407 Q Bt. aw. It WANTED-A boy In teed Job printing press Apply at PEARSON'S. Utli auj D sis. ll . WANTED u assistant at tniluTing. J. II. PKlvUVSKY. 1215 7lh nw It TVANTT)-A Kirln r at lbdti 11th stl nw.. Y. 11. C. A. Bldg. It WANTED-Fniir Urst-class tinsmith m once. L DRAUN....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 15 October 1895

?-;Barisy5g?-.Kigj THE HORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1895. 8 jr--s,ra9s. YOU'LL SAVE time, trouble and money by coming- here first for that PALL OVERCOAT or new suit you intend to buy to-day. Time, be cause you can be suited in a few minutes. Trouble, because 3-ou don't have to pull and hall on a lot of trash to get reliable garments (ours are all trustworthy). Money, because our prices are the lowest for the same quality anywhere in America. Men's Suits, - - - 10 to $50 Men's Overcoats, - SiO to S45 Separate Trousers, - S4 to $ 10 A big- variety of styles and fabrics in each grade. "Why pay the exclusive hatters $4 and $5 for the self-same hat we sell at S3 ? The onlj- difference is the name in the crown, and that isn't worth two cents. Their $3 grade we sell at $2, and fully guarantee them, too. A special in the Furnishing Department is a lot 'of 50c and 75c Neckwear, newest colors, at 35c each, or 3 for $1.00 for a few days only. Robinson, Chery & Co. (2TH AND F STS. 1 ...

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