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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 October 1894

4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER J 6, 1804. The Washington Times Evxkt IUT in the TJear) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The WasliinQton Times Companj TIMES BUILDLNG, (SocnnvEST corjock Tennstxtakia Avenujs and TBKrn Street. Telaphene Editorial Booms, 4S5. Business Offlco, 337. Price, Dally BdiUon OnoCont Sunday Edition Tbroo Cents. By tho month Thirty-five Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBEE 16, 1S91. The daily average number of papers sold end printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September "was 14,817, Friends of The Times are reminded that no attention is paid to anonymous eommunioa tions. The namo of every vrriter must be given, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of Rood faith. Short lcttors on interesting topics of the day are welcomed if hi rule is complied with. Recommendations to Be Proud Of. WASHmaTOK, D. C, September 12, 1B9L JIb. A. Maubicb Low, Business Manager of The "Washington Times. Deab Sib: I take pleasure in informing you that at the last me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 October 1894

tgpw?gajqiy w6Vwwyfw' -"yqryawff-' nf",'pysW' THE WASHING-TON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1894. --9W9c;s5.-? ii",wpfap s 4 Shoes Oiveo Away. Evoryday one of our customers is presented -with a pair of 6lioes FREE OP COST. In addition we soli for $2.65 Shoes which will oost yon .00 or $8,50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day LaiHcs' Button Sboes, sizes 1 to SJ& (Which used to soli for $2.60 to $4.09), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, SETS S7SETS 87 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS SETS 57 SKTS SETS S7 bETS SS We believe and gggi tl know we make fflSl m the very best ggg SETS .4.rTTM5VrTT fiKTS St'fS acuul a-owj-j J. J.J. S7 SETS t! for $7 that are gfg S produced in this gggi r&JS citv. Periection if sets hlrl in fit and appear- gUrs sets ance, materials, stjsets SSS and workman- trims Ki ship; absolutely ggg cm. ...... ST SRTS blis tiie oestprocur- stmcts SETS VI STSETh SETS able. $7 SETS feETS Consultation free. S7 SETS AMERICAN DENTAL ASS'N, OOR. 7TH ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 October 1894

WWW" VWPJ rW MWJfV ifWfTTji'i 3IV! THE YvSHXNGTQST TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 16, 1894. 6 3 ,fi I)i $3 a I 4"m if iM E Q j fifS Ffl 3 n A tl Is 1 wii LiilLIi Suits? Yes, lots of them. Better ones than any one else has at that price. You can depend upon OURS, for if they were not reliable we wouldn't offer them to 3'ou. ' Forty dollar Suits, too. More of them than all other stores combined, and they are the best that man can make. Don't fail to see the as sortment of $15 and $20 Sacks and Cutaways Blue, Black, Brown, and neat checks and stripes. All correct in style and perfect in fit. Fall Underwear in all qualities worth, having and about 30 per cent, to 50 per cent, less than others' prices. Robinson, Gheru & Co., Twelfth and F Streets. SomdfyhxQ (Entirely Heir n..i. -T- I--),.,. Ik-, 1 ' tEEEmEEEEltf SKJiCjffip'3tS5fcjty Mot&r-Man'sShoe Just the shoe for; MOTORMEX, GRIPPES, CONDUCTORS, CAR DRIVERS, AXD RAILWAY-MAIL MEN. A Galf-lined, Double-soled Galf Shoe with "Rubber Heel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 October 1894

TIMES t ..) - VGIL.l. :NX. 213. WASHIN"GrTOS"9 D. C, WEDNESDAY MOBNINQ-, OCTOBER 17, 1894 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. Detectlns Gome Up with the Desperadoes at Cherry Run. RESISTED THE OFFICERS After a Hot Struggle Two of the Train Robbers Were Arrested. OTHERS SUGGEEDEQ IN ESCAPIHB Actions of Two Hen at Front Eoyal, Va., Aroused Suspicion They Were Very Ner vous End Signaled Each Other by Whist ling Paid in Gold for Goods Thoy Bought Maao Conflicting Statements When Questioned AdamB Express Officials Havo a Significant Conference with Sleuths Who Arrived on the Bichmond Train They Were Called in for the Pur--poae All Parties Berused to Answer Questions. ChebbtBcn, W. Va., Oct. 10. After a hot chsse of tkreo days the men who are believed to have hold up the northbound passenger train at Aquia Creek, Ta., on the Bichmond, Frearioksburg and Potomac Eailroad las Friday night, and rolled the express car of something like S2O0.O00, were cornered near here this afternoon by some detectives. Cher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 17, 1S94. ALDBIC1TS LIRE OF DEFENSE He Will Claim That Judge Cole Signed Eacl Alleged Forged Note. TRIAL OF THE ACCUSED BEGUN Strong Effort Made to Prove That tho Pris oner "Was Physically Incapablo of the Crime Alleged "Witnesses Declare That the Signatures Are Not Genuine. Frank Aldrich, formerly sealer of -weights and measures hare, is on trial for forgery. At the opening of the hearing before Judge McComns yesterday, the defense was par tially developed. It will bo that it was physio ally impossible for Aldrich to do the forgery and that Judge C. C. Cole, whoso name it is alleged Aldrich forced, sot so in the habit of Indorsing for Aldrich that he has forgotten Trtiat notes he indorsod and does not know bis own signature well enough to distinguish lie false from tho genuine. While it Is expected that a man will know 3iis own signature under all circumstances, cases are very numerous where intelligent and eminent men have been In doubt, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON llWIS, "WErEgDAY, OCTOBEK 17. 1894. 3 TAffif MUCH IN EVIDENCE Four 5avoritcs Finished First at the Alexander Island Course. FIMJil WAS THE ONLY UPSET Seven Poncilers "Were Kept Busily Engaged in "Writing and Cashing "Winning Tickets, the Go&a Things All Receiving Liberal Baoking The Attendance large. The attendance was large, the betting lively, and the fields hig at the Alexander Is land track yosterday afternoon, serving to make evoryono satisfied saving the seven bookmakers, who were kept well engaged cashing winning tickets. Four first favorites ron tuid the; odd ovent was captured by a well-fancied third choice, tho talent being very much in evidence. The only upset occurred in tho fourth race when Pilgrim, at 4 to 1, jumped out in front, dade all the running, and was never headed, winning cleverly from Lento, who boat Quar termMter a head for the place. There were no close finishes, the winners having some thing to spare at the end. Summaries: flow the Horse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 October 1894

A THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 37, ISOi. The Washington Times BVUBT DAT IK THE YEAH) OWKBD A2TO 19SOED BT Hhc V?asninflton Times Company TIMES WHLDIKG, EOCTHWBar GOBMSR l'ffiOJBTLTASU. AYEhUK AND TaWTH STKBBC Trineae Battorial ReeBW, 4K. Boatneee Omea, K. Trice, Sally Bdisten OboCmI Sunday Battten Three Outs. Br tbe month Tafety-nve Cents. VVAaKCRHON, D- C., OCTOBER 17, 1894. ? The daily average number of papers sold and printed by TKE WASHINGTON TIMES fer the meatli of September was 14,817, Friends of The Times are reminded that no attention is paid to anonymous communica tions. The name of every -writer must be given, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of Rood faith. Short letters on interesting topiee of the day are -welcomed If this rote is complied with. ; p Kecommondations to Be Proud Of. "YA8Wxaiox, D. C., September 12, 18M. 21b. A. Matohje Low, Busbiefis Manager of Te "Wasmkotok Tim ks. Bsab Sib: I take pleasure in informing yo that at te lest m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 October 1894

fTHE WASHIaSTGrTO TIMES, WEDKSDAT, OCTOBER 17, 1894:. r A Everr dav one of onr customers Is presented with a pair of 6hoes FREE OF COST. In addition vre sell for $2.65 Shoes which "will cost you 83.00 or $3.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3t, (which used to sell for 12.50 to $4.00), Only $1.50. . THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, rtV,i1:iiy&'S,fvilS' "Reliable" Furs. If you am not a good Judge of furs you best plan will be to stict'to the old reliable furs of- fered by old firms. Our stock of Fur Capes and Trimmings was never more complete or more reasonable in price. Como for a look don't hare to buy. Killett & Kouff, 905 Fa. Ave. jj-r.Si'ii'fltiSl&iiiWS?, Oar kind of credit is radically difforent from anything you hare eTer known it isn't a scheme that requires you to pay a premium for the privilege of enjoying de ferred payments It's Just our notion of being accommodating. Tour House From the Parlor Suite, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 October 1894

6 THE WASHTN"GTO:N TIMES, "WED-ESPAT, OCTOJBEIv IT, 1894. New sliape derby of ours is a sure-enough winner. It is the most "becoming hat yomever saw. A flat top crown, with a curved D'Orsey brim. All widths and heights, in both black and nut brown, and the quality is OUR FAMOUS $3.00 grade, which means the same as others sell at $4-00, but you onty pa3 us for quality nothing for the name in the crown but it's a guarantee just the same. Robinson, GIibri A Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Suppose Your Watch gete injured three or four timee a year Mid its coets you from a dollar to two dol- lans m get it rioired It costs you butfi a year to bave us Insure It that's the end of the expeuee to you. Geo.W. Spier, 310 9th St. mmmggm NERVE But ire'vt pot it "We are propared for a nsbbinp fall and water trade, M'o liim an goods with which to do it. We l..ic tt bU're in urtaicU to do it, and 1Hk NERVE to make lb prices I.oW EJ than anybody eb-e DAKE make Thin ho crowd o ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 October 1894

T7iwyf-igtMj wj-''y7y?Bgr-ya r"rewpia RaggiiswgSj qwww ? "VOIi.l. O. 213. WASBDQfeTOjST, D. a, WEDNESDAY MOBBING-, OCTOBER 17, 1894 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. W -T"" TJpvv 7:00 O'CLOCK A. M. Train Robber Captured at Cumberland with Part of the Beoty. IT FILLED HIS SATCHELS Memorandum Showing Division of the Aquia Creek Swag. Arrest Eoported 'of Two Other Men. Near Cherry Bun, W. Va. They "Were Very Ner vous ana Signaled Each Other by Whist lingPaid in Geid for Goods They Bought Hade CoaflictiBg Statements "When Questioned Adams Express Officials Have a Significant Conference "with Sleuths Who Arrived, on the Bichmond Train They Were Called in f sr the Pur pose All Parties Eefased to Answer Questions. ISpeotel to The Tnrae. Odsohiblanb, Md., Oet 17, S a. m. This morning at abot 1:10 o'okwk Officer Beek, of this city, noticed a man acting in a rather suspicious manner near the Baltimore and OWe depot. He tried to board express train No. 9, west bound, with two satchels. The man answered the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 October 1894

TP Thi Iv mv y xf"" y'JP jW'u ' wi j -k m w) -isL. 1TOL.1. ItfO. 214. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MORNING-, OCTOBERi IS, 1S94---SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. The Oumberland Captive One of the Train Robbers, HARKED MOMEY IS FOOJiD Searoei'js Pal Essaped but Can Easily Be Located. TELEBRAfH OPERATOR HELPEO TJevefenwests full of Significance Exprssi OOiatals aa4L Piukerton Detectives or the Ooeue The Arrested Man is One of the tw sees st Front Xeyal Memorandum Bek Osatainiag Fiffnree That Tell Tales. The Prisoner Almost Gives Himself Away t & "rimes" Beperter eEaga es Coun sel and "Will Apply for Habeas Gorpos. gnnunfter Oratehfiebi Will Ooefront the Oapttve Te-aar The "Times'' Exclusive Stecy tbe Talk of the Twa. Special to The Tress, GajotBKUiim, lid., Oct. 17. No further doubt can possibly exist that one of the Aquia Creek train robbers has been eaugbt in tbis city while trying to escape to the West. A "web of circumstantial and convincing evi denoefaac been woven about the prisoner, -who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 October 1894

THE WASHETOTOIN- TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, IS94. HM POPULAB SHOP PING PLACE, 416 7th St. We will offer to-day in our rug department a consignment of fodatsu Handwoven Which we -vriH sell at prices never be fore qnotod in this class of goods. These are real Eastern Rues, of unique and taking designs, and will prove & Wg Bargain to any purchaser. 3x6 FEET, $1.18. 6x9 FFET, $4.48. 9x12 FEET, $8.98. Here is a chance to carpot a wholo room for very Mule money. Also a few II all Hues, Ctx9 and 1x12 feet, are la the lot at very low price. Also in same department tomorrow 54TableOilG!otMOcaYd. Whites and Marbles only. At this price we expect you to take what there is in a length 1 yards, yards, and so on. AIM' POPULAB SHOP PING PLACE, 416 7th St. 9XMSkmMimaSiS AT HOME' Ever have beer in the house' If bo, wo want vou to try Schlitz's "P1LSEXLR BEER. It 8 brewed from the finest liopa It tones up and invigorates tLe syb- tern. ItmakesneM and bone As & Deverapo it is excelled by none...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 October 1894

TI305 WASHIIn'CxTUJN TJJxUSS, THU118PAT, OCTOBER 18. 1894. 3 BIG CROWD AT THE RACES Over Twenty-five Hundred People Witnessed the Sport at the Island. WCARREN SPRUNG A SURPRISE Handover "Was Backed by His Owner at Long Odds and Carried the Money Safely Homo. Surgeon Was Another Outsider to Score, the Other Events Being "Won by Favorites. Hugh McOarron, jr., sprung a 6urpriso on the public in tho second raco at Alexander Island yesterday in Handover, who was boaviiy baokod by his owner, as good as 10 to 1 being gotton for tbo money. At post timo i to 1 "was tho bost prico obtainable. Handover won by two lengths, with Jockey Tarsons riding for his life and not sparing tho whip or spur. Surgoon was tho other outsidorto win, Cotton's colt getting tho de cision in a driving finish by a nook from May Iloward. Tho latter was touted all over tho ring as a cinoh, but Murphy just failed to land the purse. The favorites won tho other events. Over 2,800 people woro in attendance, and nine books...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 October 1894

THJi WASHINGTON TIMES, THUHSDAH, OCTOUEE 18, 1S94. The Washington Times ffivmiT Day the Year) OWXED AXD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDECG, SOUTHWEST COKKEK 1'ESSSXVFXKIX. AVZKUB AND Teste SraErr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S1 Business Office. 237. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Eunflay Edition ....Threo Cents. By the month Thirty-Are Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. 0., OCTOBER 18. 189L 14,817, The daily average number of papers sold ana printed by THE "WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was Frlonds of The Times are reminded that no attention is paid to anonymous communica tions. The name of every writer must be given, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Short letters on interesting topics of the day are -welcomed if this rule is complied with. Recommendations to Be Proud Of. Washekoton, D. C, September 12, 1894 Mb. A. Maoeice Low, Business Manager of The 'Washixgtox Times. Deab Sib: I take pleasure in informing you that at the last ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 October 1894

THE WASKLJNGrTOJS TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1S94. Shoes yira Awav. "TTT ST nviA ff I'nBtftTflT'R lft presented with a pair of shoes FREE OF COST. Is addition we soli for $2.65 Shoes which will cost you 3.00 or $3.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3Hi (which used to soil for 12.50 to 14.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, T.ILPICKFORD, 931 LA- AVE. Buying Your Groceries of us Means a Savin For oar pricos aro nearly a fourth lower than others and yet we guar antee our Groceries satisfactory, and deliver them anywhere. Burbank Potatoes3 75c bu. Fine F. mily Flour, 3 bbl. Fine Minn. Flour, $4.25 bbl. 1st Medal Butterine, 15c lb. Best S. Cured Hams, 12k lb. California Hams, 10c lb. Boneless Shoulders, 10c. Fine Creanieiy Butter, 25c. Fresh County Eggs, 20c. Taney BreakfB6t Bacon lDclb. Golden Kod"Fiour $8.60 barrel. 7 lbs Rolled Oats for 25a 4 lbs. Ginger Snaps for 25c 6 cakes ot Saud hoap for..... SSc. 2 cans ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 October 1894

aEE TV.AE12s610:N TIjMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1S94. (5 I Big lot iust received of . those quick-selling Blue and Black Rough Cheviot Siits at Ail sbes now in both colors. If 3rou don't know what good value tibey are for the mone3' just stop in and examine them, and you'll cease paying $20 to $25 else where for garments not nearly as good. Robinson, Ghsrij & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth send F Streets. You'll Be Saved A Lot of Trouble, Worrr. and taeonvenlence by giving ue your BKIEFfc to print, Welt have ttaem out exactly on the time promised. Ther It toe correct and Bbow care ja ootajKteitKw and press wort MG6ILL & WALLACE, Printers. 1!07 E Street Xorttwest 9 -- -&-m-&'&-ea-!9& & ARE ALONE Ob a. second thought we are NOT ak for we are busy selling Suits and Uvircoats. Me started to say tuat we nre alone in our iutrucular field oars Is the ouly s ore in Washington where you m buy tailor-made ga'inenlti at lese than "rt-adf-mad' pri-ee Two hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 October 1894

w "VGlf.1. IfO. 215. WASHXN"&TOSr9 D. 0., FRIDAY MOKNTSTGr, OCTOBER 19, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. 03?E C33fT. mrr W7 HAT" A lw TOT G 1 I Ply B1 i nl B-d Identified bythefuddy Clothes Found in His Satchel. CRUTGHFiELD IS POSITIVE Numbers of Lottery Tickets the Same as on the Company's List. SNAP SHOTS AT THE PRISONER Peteotive Quinlan Sure that the Man at Cum berland Is Not O'leary Proceedings in the Habeas Corpus Matter Hearing Post poned Until To-morrow Increasing Uorvousnese and Anxiety of the Captive Hival Photographers Engage in a Fist Fight Affectionate Bearing of Ono of Thorn Tewara Searcey Cumberland All Agog Over the Greatest Sensation in Its History Suspect in Cincinnati. Special to The Tixbe. Ocxbeblaxb, Hd., Oct 18. la one of the satchels carried by the train robber, who Is now securely behind the bare here, was found and old slouch hat, a coat, and a pair of mud smeared shoes. Besides there was discovered, tucked away in the same receptacle, a pack age of 200 Honduras lottery...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 October 1894

THE WABHD8"GT02sr TIMES. ffBIDAT, OCTOBER 19, 1594. g5T-BliBBEH: Popular Shopping Place. 41G7thSt NOTHING IS MORE TREACHEROUS Than these cool morn ings and evenings. You should be well wrapped to ward off danger. Our cloak stock con tains all that is fash ionable and wear-resisting, at prices that will please your pock etbook. A BARGAIN FOR TO-DAY Is a line of tan and gray covert cloth tailor made Jackets, tight fit ting, 40 inches long, and extra large sleeves. These coats were never made to sell under $12.50. YOUR PICK TO DAY For $8.98. Eacn one perfect fitting. PHILHARMONIC CONCERT. .Miss Ellen Beach Yaw Has a Remarkable Voice of Wide Range and ricsibil Ity Other Soloists Pleased. The first concert of the Philharmonic Club atMeizerott Music Hall last evening was at tended by a fashionable and enthusiastic audience of music-loving people, who were attracted by the extended reputatatlon of that remarkable soprano, Miss Ellen Beach Yaw. The .first number of the programme, Liszt Lhap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 October 1894

TILE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1894. 3 OPENED WITH GREAT ECLAT Inaugural Meeting of the Virginia JocKcy Club PromisianlY Begun. JOCKEY SIM'S IN vIKNIXG FORM lhe Coioroa Archor Had Four founts ana Ho Pilotod the Entire lot Home la Front A Good Crowd, Fine Racing, and 11b eral Sotting "Wore the Features. Over 3,008 people attended the opening of the Virginia Jockey Glub meeting yesterday at the new St. Asaph track. Many prominent in local social circles were in attendance, as well as leading horsemen and sporting men 1 rom New lork and other cities. The judges were CoL Simmons and Clarence McDowell, the starter James Howe, and the stowards State Senator Henry Fairfax, of Virginia, Samuel "W. Boss, and H. D Mclntyre The card was an os-ceHeot one, many of the best flyers in the East participating Jockej Sims made his followers wealth by riding four winners out of the same number of mounts, Howe's starting was partieeiarly good. Summaries rirat race-Six fortooss. Purso, SSW T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 October 1894

" t "fnF4iim. togww f isf! NWPggggywgpffigw' - ' mreessmiirf ""SaRptty frjcpwagfr'iygrgwyi 'Tewr-FKjtpija- T,?'tMW33. THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1894. The Washington Times (Exznr Dat in jus. Teak) OWNED AT ISSUED Bt The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, eocthwest coxkse l'eknktltanix atefcb and Tenth Street Telephone Editorial Rooms, 483. Business Offices, 287. Trice, BaUy Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Threo Cents. By tlio month ThIrty-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., OCTOBER 19, 1BQL Tho daily averago number of papers sold and printod by THE "WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September "was "Ads" that Sell Goods, Mivaber's Office op OP 1 IBO., ;,18M.J La sbchob & Bbo WASaiNOTOK, D. C, Oct S WasMngton. Times: It gives us great pleasure to at test to splendid results from our Satrday,s'iad" in your paper. In reference "To the CMU&retCs Wooden Chairs and liocikers at 25 of," we were Jcept busy all the day and clear up to dosing time with people anxious to...

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