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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 October 1894

&' TTTTr YOL.'l TsO. 21S. WASHTSTGTCXSr, D. C, MONDAY HOBSTrSTGU OCTOBER 22, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. OjE CENT. KAS SEARCEY CONFESSED? Reported to Have Made a Clean Breast of the Robbery, DLBVER BLUFF OF THE SHERIFF Ee Mates as if to Take Searcoy to Fredericks burg, but Detours and Brings Him Back to the Express Office, Whore the Alleged Confession Is Said to Hare Been Obtained. For over twenty hoars while a night jind a Jay passed away, C J. Searcoy, the leader ol the railroad robbers, was subjected to a rigid md penetrating examination in the offices of the Adams Express Company, at No. 021 Peaasyivania avenue, in this city, which must bare seemed to the wretched man equal to the terrors ol the inquisition. At the mercy ol his keepers, tho criminal tvfts so torn and worried by the snill and tact &f his questioners, the firmest of men could not have come out of tho ordeal unscathed. Prom information gathered from a reliable source it is stated that the bandit was led into a well-pl...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONUAT, OCTOBJEK 22, 1U4. HM WOMAN'S FOREIGN MISSIONS LAID THE CORNER-STONE. Popular Shopping Place. 416 7th St ORTH Telling Twice! We told you yesterday of those $4.00 OtieQiIle Portieres which we will sell to-day for $2.48 Pair. We -want to impress this upon you bofore you start down town to-day. They are great value and they go far to brighten up a home and for the outlay of very little money. The only profit we expect from thte transaction is to have you look at the large assortment of curtains both lace and heavy), covers, drapery Bilks, rugs, window shades, and a hundred and one articles for home decoration and use, which we show in this depart ment, Also on sale to-day, GOO sam ples of curtain nets, long enough for sash curtains, splashers, lambrequins, tidies, ix. Choice, 15c. Each. Popular Shopping Place. 416 7th St IllliJS; Will be ready in about ten days. Do not spend a cent until you have seen the choicest lots ever offered to Washlngtonis-ns for 55...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 October 1894

TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, HON DAT, OCTOBER 22, ISO. CRISP SPORTIKG GOSSIP New iBasolmll Association Promises to 513c a Success in Every Way. FLYERS FURNISH GOOD SFORT Local Poopio Interested in tho New Baseball Von tare Aro Confident tho Oiganizatiou "Will Baa Go Several Thousand Strangers Aro in ine Oity Attondmg the Eacesj WnAtor Hewitt and M. J). Seaalon, who rep resented WsMn?on at the reoent ntoetlng in Philadelphia of tie nerv American Baseball Association, are ooafldent t!e organization will bo saoceas. Mr. Howitt returned Sat urday night from the- Quaker CMty, ana said there was every reason to believe this city would have a ball club next year owned and run by local people and a club able to hold its owa with its rivals. As far as Washing ton is ooneornod, the now venture -will have plenty of money backing and a number of crack players will eome here. The general outlines of the Association have been already made public, and those interested ate going quietly ahead with the no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TjJUES, HON DAT, OCTOBER 22. 1804. The Washinflton Times ffiVERYDAT IN THE TEAM OWNED AND ISSUED BX The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, BOVTBWtSr .CeHNTSK l'ENJSSTXTAMA avenue akd Tiannr Sthhee, Teieirtwee Editorial Rooms, 481 Business Office, SS7. rrica, Batty JfcHUon One Cent. Sw4ay Edition Three Cants. fly the raenth Thlrty-livo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. a, OCTOBER 22, 169L The daily average number of papers sold and printed by TEE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was "Ann" Ads" that Sell Goods, ilAKiaER's Office op 3P "J RO., -, 1SM.J Laxsbujwii &BRO. Washington, D. C, Oct. 6, Wadttngion Times: It gwee us greet pleasure to al ieet to splmdid results from our Saturday's "a" in your paper. In rtferenee "To the. Children's Wooden Chairs and Jlockcrs at 26 ate," we were T&pt "busy aU tite day and dear up to dosing time wtthpoopie anxious to secure these dhairs as advertised cxduswdy in The Times. We always like to eahnevAedge a "good thing." To...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1S94. Every Day One Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FEEE. $2.65 Buys Ladles' and Mens' Shoes nF the same duality as those you have to pay j 2:J-bU ror eisewnerc THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. Our "kind of credit Is radically different from anything you hare ever known it ien't a scheme that requires you to pay a premrem for the privilege of enjoying de ferred payments it's just our notion of being accommodating. Your House Front! tte Parlor Suite, cloar out to the WUlwn Mere and all for a promise to pay. Xofeody signs any notes nobody paps aaytetcrost they Just tell us that they vtt U tho best they can by paying a little -man once a -week or once a. month and thy DO IT that's how easy it is. All carpets made and laid FREE OF COST no charge "tor WASTE in matching figures. PlnsU or Haircloth Parlor Suite cbtieo-2iC0. SoHfi Oak Bed Koom Suite, 13. Splondid Brussels Carpet, Wa per yard. BeM&Wo Ingrain Carpet,, 36c per yard....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 October 1894

6 THE WASHESTG-TOItf TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1S94:. HERBS A feast of good tilings this morning in our Fur nishings Department. From 9 to 12 o'clock we will sell $1.06 Medium Weight llama RQr WoolLuderwoar.at UvJO S1.SS Batiste Nght Robes (66 QOr tnebeBlonc) vUO 82.W 1'enang rajoiaas (s:Xt as g I J Q glOO Boys' Fleeae Health Un- Kflp derwear OWO COc Winter Welpht Onyx, Black, OQ Jdaoe blockings OOO From 9 to 12 o'clock only, and only three of each article to a customer. Robinson, Gheru ifc Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. -"'D-S"2'B-S"B-&"3 I Pardon Us. ? - f L For asking you a pomt- ed personal question but 0 don't 3?ou need some 1 new FURNITURE l CARPETS DRAPER S IES STOVES, ETC? and have 3ou the ready a money to spare to pay cash for what 3'our incli- nation may lead 3rou to se q lect? You are welcome to all the credit you want f Our 9 Equitable Credit System Gives it to yon on the a most liberal terms. You $ virtually pay what 3011 please when 3011 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 October 1894

Ft nNjivr "R1 WASHINGTON VOIi.l. 1STO. 219. WASHXN'GTOlJr, D. C9 TUESDAY MOKNTCSTG-, OCTOBER 23, 1S94 SIX PAG-ES. OE CENT. ON THE TRAIL OF THE FDNDS Making Use of Scarcey as a Guide to Locate the Stolen Money. A RIDE THROUGH THE COUNTRY Despite Efforts to Conceal Their Furposo "Tho Times" Correspondent Follows Pink erton and His Prisoner in Their Still Hunt Searccy Not Given a Hearing. From a Staff Correspondent! FaranBioKSBOBO.Ta., Oct 22. Either C. J. Searcoy, the leador of tho train robbers, lias made a full confession, or else an amica ble understanding exists between him and tho prosecuting official of Stafford county. Strange wants have been taking place to day. The bandit li neither confined in Staf ford county jail aor tbe Fredericksburg prison, but at sundown was taken to the bridge-tender's house at Aquia Creek, near the scene of the hold-up. He is in the cus tody of Bebert A. Pinkerton, armed with a Winchester, Sergt. Edrmgton. of this city, and Ootaiaonwealth Attorney W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1S94. gEjEjli3 Popular Shopping & Place. 416 7th St 0 H Needsi OUSE We've many an Item besides curtains la our curtain depart ment. Little thinpjs that are use ful and necessary to every house holdhelp to make home attrac tive. Wo mention a few of these to day and ask you to carofully note the prices, for her is an opportu nity to make a dollar go farther than uBual. oven in this depart ment of exceptional values. 1 yd. iride table oil cloth, white and marble .lOoyd. Bholf oil cloth, many patterns..... Boyd. Stair oil oloth 8c yd. Bprinpr rollerHolland shades i ISoeacb, Curtain polos, brass fixtures complete.. 12o each. K ew drapery silks in ar tistic patterns, 82 in. wide 4Goyd. Jfewsilkolines, silk pat terns 12Jc and 15c yd, Iitnen laundry bass.. .....19c 4 Pocket shoe bags 19c. 2 Pocket umbrella cases. .192. 4-4 Chenille table covers.. 3Sc Our values in lace curtains, por tieres, and rugs are the talk of the town. bT Popular Shopping...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 October 1894

VHE "WASHING-TOTS' TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1S94. LIZABETH'S BACKERS TIRED Presiding Judge Ovstcr Made a Fail ure at Starting Horses. LEFT THE CHOICE AT THE POST Oute to lato Arrival of Starter Cassidy Judge Oyster Tried His Hand in tho "First Hace, bat He Made a Sorry Mess of It Besults and Entries at the Other Tracks. Uig fields, lively speculation and four of tho fle winners freely backodworo tho featuros of tho afternoon's sport at Alexander Island esterday. Owing to the lato arrival of btarter Cassidy at tho track the presiding judge attempted to send the horses away in tho first race. He loft Lizabeth, tho 4 to 5 favorite, and St. Mart, and then was glad to be relioted of his thanklees job. Markstane, who won the opening oont, was 8 to 1 at one time, and olKed at 30 to 1. The other winners were all either first or sec ond ofaoloes. The attendance was full 2,000. Summaries. How the Horses Rait. Track good- 644 First race Sis ftr-liens Selling Purse, 817 Time, 1:17 4 Int. Brs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1894. ThB Washington Times IBVBKT VXX IK THE TK JLK) OWNKD AND ISSUED Br Tltc Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, EocTnwsar cobkek 1'knnstltasii. Atekub and Tenth Street. Totepbeae Bditerlal Booms, Wl Business Offlce, 337. Trice, Daily I&HUan OnoConL SujwJayBdltlon Three Cents. By the month Thirty-Are Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 23, 189L Tho daily average number of papers sold ana printed by TEE WASHINGTON TIMES lor tho month of September was Ads" that Sell Goods. Ano! Manageh En's Office of ") s0Haii & Drib., , D. C, Oct. 8, 130LJ LANfeSUHQH AVASHI.VGTOK Rasfcwjton STuncs; It gives us great pleasure to af- f f to splendid results from our Saturday's "ad" in your paper. In reference ''To the Children's Wuodm Chairs and JloeJws at 25 cts,"' w wrc kpt bust aU the day and clear up to closing time vah people anxious Jo secure tiieit iluturs as advertised exclusively in Tl Times. We always Hke to acknowledge a ''good thing." Y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 23. 1894. Every Day One CuBtomer Gets a Pair of Shoes THEE. $2.65 Buys Ladies' and Mens' Shoes of the same quality as those you have to pay S3-50 for elsewhere. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. Lowest of Prices, Best of Goods. t f Do your marketing at the stores of the J EmriGh BbbF Go., v T Main Market and Grocery, Y f 1306-1312 32d St. (Tolephone317). y A BRANCH MARKETS: Q inR 34th it N. "VV. 21st and K. Sts. X. "W. Y 2026 14ih St X W. 2d & Ind. ave, N. W. Q 4th and I Sts. N. W. 5th and I Sts. X. W. f 8th and M Sts. N. W. 057 M St. X. W. 30th St. & Va. ave. N. W. V 38th St. & X. Y. are. N. W. A l-as--oo---o-o-s-o 0 !? SpBGlalSaleTo-flau g Cabinet-Size Frames 9 1 )o 0 t - . . ,... .9 f me ureatest ming tver 9 f Shown in Frames Gen- 9 I ter Aisle For These. f ? b?. t " 9 f 420, 422, 424 and 426 7th St f f V Do As You Say That's all we aekof anybody get all the Furniture and Carpete you need pay He for them -while y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 October 1894

THE WASHEfcTGrTOiN" TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1894. Make Ko mistake. When you buT clothes HERE you get better garments than the same amount of money will buy in any other store in town, and we'll fit 3rou better, too. Our clay diagonal Cut away Suits at You'll see elsewhere at $18 and $20, and even then there isn't the style and fit about them that we give you. Take a few hours and look around, then see OURS. It will be more convincing than a 3-ear's advertising. Robinson, Gheru Go., Glothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. J A Better and Cheaper V ? Liht Than Electricity. V & Herd's a fas lamp that Rives fl f a pfrfet wuito light imms V lse gas Mma the ordiaary tf fi'iirner, cd although much su- p-rlorte ewctricity, costs one- P iicll as much. It it the V I Siemens-Lungren Gas Lamp. v No other is aa good for light- id? st i os, offices, libraries,otc a Gas Appliance Exchange. i-4-ZiO n. i.nvc ft 0C0SOO-QOO-30 For asking you a point ed personal question but don't you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 October 1894

TIMES V W -- b H .If,, M- Ai. , Lnal MUr k- T Vol .1. :isro. 220. WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY 3IOENING-, OCTOBER 24, 1894 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. Searcey Led the Party to Where It Was Hidden. IURIED UNDER OLD BRUSH Over One Hundred Thousand Dollars in Currency Recovered. ONLY COIN HAD BEEN TAKEN "There Go All My Ilroams," Said Searcey He and His Pals Had Taken but Twenty five Hun&red Dollars They Expected 'to Come Baok for the Balance in a Year The I Treasure Being Takon to Washington by Superintendent Pinkerton Searcey De clares That No One bat He and Morgan field "Wore Concerned in the Bobbery Their PianB "Were laid in This City. ' Brem a StsS Correaponaem. Calvkstok, Ya., Oct. 28. The story of the search tor the stolen money makes one of t(w absorbing ohapters In criminal Wstory. It took h day and one half of fleree driving through the hilly, bar ren wilds of the Old .Dominion hereabouts across two counties, and tbe overcoming of numberless obstacles before the spot where thous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 October 1894

THE WASHmGTOJST TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1894. l bTim Ptlar Shopping jH l &3F Place. 416 7th Bt &? For the HEAD. can SPREAD OF THE CONTAGION Ladles, have 3'ou seen our enlarged Millinery Department? There is not a floor in Washing ton, devoted exclusive ly to millinery, which equal it. 2,400 square feet filled with all that is new and beau tiful in hats and the trimmings for them. Every day we show some now idea and style in a trimnled lint or bonnet. We can take your order and execute it in tUe best possible manner for less money than you pay elsowliore. We eall atteution to "tbe prices mnrkert on our un trimmod bats and material for trimming. We know that those are LESS THAN you can buy similar quali ties for elsewhere. We only ask you to convince yourself. Third Case of Smallpox in Washing ton, Another in a Nearby Town. DEATH OF THE FIRST VICTIM Important Action Taken by the District Commissioners and Health Authorities Excitement Still Buns High in Northeast Washing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 October 1894

THE "WASHING-TON TIMES, WEDHESDAY, OCTOBEH 24, 18. FAVORITES HAD A PICNIC Tour of the Alexander Island Events Captured By First Choices. SILVER QUBBK THB SURPRISE At the Lonp Price of Twelve to One Harry Lewis Eode Silver Queen to Victory in tho lat Baee Three "Winners at St Asaph Were the Public's Pick. Speculation was lively at Alexander Island course yesterday, ana as four of the flvo races were won by flrst oholcos the talent had a good day. At least 2,500 people were pres ent and they wore treated to excellent sport. The only upset camo in the last event when Silver Queen, at 12 to 1, got the decision by a scant margin. A noticeable feature ol tho sport was the success of recent arrivals at the track, all five events goinfi to such. Ataman ran a voir different race than tho last tiLio out, much to the surprise of the form players. Summa ries: How the Horses Ran. Track fast 649 First race Five furlongs. All ages. Purse, $300. Time, 1:01. Ind. Hertemnd et St. Flattery, 110 2 811 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, AVE DNESD AT, OCTOBER 24., lSOA. Tihe Washinflton Timss ffinaiT DAT IK THE TeaeJ OWXED AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDIXG, cocthttest cojutck pennsylvania atescb and Tenth Stkeez Telephone Editorial Kooms, 435. Business Office, S37. Price, Daily Edition.. One Cent Sunday Edition.. ...... .....Tbreo Cents. By the month..... Thirty-flvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 21, 1891. Tho daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month, of September was .4,817. ntMcxa "Ads" that Sell Goods; Manager's En's Office of T vS8URan &Bbo., -,D.C, OotS,lS9U LANSfiunon WASHINGTON Washington Times : It gives us great pleasure to at test to splendid results from our Saturday's "ad" in your paper. In reference ''To the Children's Wooden Chairs and Jloclcers at 26 els," tee were Ixpl Vusy all the day and dear up to dosing time idWi. people anxious to secure these chairs as advertised cxdusitsdy in The Times. We always...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 October 1894

TELE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1894. Every Day Ono Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FEEE. $2.65 Buys Ladles' and Mens' Shoes of the same quality as those you have to pay S3-50 for elsewhere. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. $ $ i t $ s $ J $ $ $ J $ $ $ e l s It's putting dol- S $ s J.L J IJliUWii-iw $ ? $ $ $ $ 5 $ S $ $ $ 5$ !$ $ s s s $ s $ s $ s $ $ $ $ s s s s s s $ $ $ $ s s 8 $ 3 $ $ S s $ $ s ! lars into dentists' pockets vhen you y&y more than OUR CHARGE, $7, for a best, full I set teeth. Natural 5 $ 5 $ 8 S $ $ $ $ $ $ expression is im proved th're eas3 and comforta ble, and the3''re guaranteed to sat isfy or your money back. CONSULTATION FREE. 5 $ S $ s $ American Dental Association, cor. sn cvni and e sts. I We rely on f Many sales Y To run our business not on the y i nronts of a f evr. That combined A with the fact that'we buy in ini- V mense quantities and get big dis- q counts, accounts for our prices y being lower than those of other...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 October 1894

0 TILE WASHIITOTOIS" TIMES, mYJPIES P AY, OCTOBER 24, 1894. Talking $3.00 DERBYS, and sell ing tiiein, too, almost as fat as tlie facto can make tliem. Have 3'qu bought one 3et? Wlien you once try tliera you'll stop pay ing $4 or $5 to the exclusive hat stores for exactly the S AME QUALITY, and we 4 have all the different shapes, too. The 3nox, Dunlap, Mil ler, Youman's, and other standard blocks. Take the one which, is most becoming. Other Hats from $i.oo up, but by far the best Hat value in America is OUR $3 Derb3'. Robinson, Gherij Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. A Better and Cheaper ? Light Than Electricity. J fliw'A a ga lamp that sites a perfect -white light lura je-ss Ka-. tliau tl ordiuary W ? burner, and although much SU- P"rlo: to e ctnctty, costs one- w naif as much It is Uiq, L 1 Siemens-Lungren I Gas Lamp. V No other is as pood for light- V ing bti es, offices, libraries,etc. fa Gas Appliance Exchange, a 1428 N. Y. Ave. 9 ! Pardon Us J For asking...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 October 1894

IU H fH iff I , If jL It J kTf VOL.1. 2TO. 32 1. WASHINGTON, D. O., THURSDAY MOBNING-, OCTOBER 25, 1894 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. EIGHT CASES THE TOTAL NOW Two Dead, Four in the Fcsthousc, and Two Suspected. JUDGE ROCKER IS STRICKEN He Is an Assistant Attorney General Taken Siok at His Boarding-house Clerks in Pension and Interior Departments En dangered Eoalth Officer's Advice. The roll of victims in "Washington of the ireadtid contagion ol smallpox is lengthen ing" At midnight the roster at the health office contained the following entries: DEATHS. BUTH COSTON (infant),' 4S0 Fourth street northeast. MARY MUNDEL, oolored, 483 Fourth street northeast CABES AT rBSTHOTOE. MART THOMAS, colored, 248 Fourteenth street northeast. MARY BROWN, oolorefl, 382 D street north west. WILLIAM MAHONE OWENS, white youth, 802 Fourth street southeast. JUDGE E. MABION BUGKER, white. As sistant Attorney General, 1104 Twelfth street northwest STWPEGTED CASES. MABGAKET BBUCE, oolored, 'Willow Tree alley southw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 October 1894

2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1894. IT) Ml ir & I Popular Shopping' Place. 416 7th St Your Dress Goods Opportunity. As tlio new tariff on "Woolen Goods goos into effect January 1 importars are extremeiy anxious to clos-o out ihoir stock on band at asacriflce. Not being hampered with a lot of old and undesirable stock of Dress Goods, we have Rono into the mar kets and closed out the best things we could And at our own prices. We now offer extraordinary val ues to be placed on sale this morning. Similar goods are being offered at stores around town, which, being bought the early part of this season, before the cutting began, are higher than these prices. 52-inch wide Silk and Wool Mix ture Dross Goods, six different shades. Consider tho-widtb, style, and Quality. SOLD ELSEWHERE FOR 87K5 yd- I1 Choice Here, 62 l-2c yd. 40-lnch wldo Silk and Wool 3iIxod Serges, all beautiful styles, seven different shades. SOLD ELSEWHERE FOR 50o YD. Choice Here. 30c. IN BLACK GOODS S...

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