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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 October 1894

npfr ic TIMES "VOL.l, IISO 227. WASHXtfOTOK, D. C.t WEDNESDAY MORIKGr, OCTOBER 31, 1894 SIX PA G-ES. o:srE cent. THEY DOffT TRUST GRACE His Word that the State Democracy Supports Hill Not Credited. TWO TO OKB BET ON MORTON "Wages and Tariff Discussed By Hill Bay ard Deprecates Excessive Use of Money in Elections Cabot Lodge Prophesies a Bepubllcan House With Heed as Speaker. New Yobk, Oct SO. The declaration of "William It, Oraee te-day that tho State De mocracy orRaaiMitioa is supporting David B. Hill and is not responsible lor any "Wheeler pasters. is received with incredulity by many who still insist that secretly that faction is in favor of Hill's defeat and rolling up as largo a Tote as possible for Wheeler. Tho "Wheeler adherents to-day expressed much gratifica tion at the numbers und character of tho Cooper Union meeting last night, and are confident that tho Democratic reform tieket vriil make a good showing on election day. Many anti-Hill Democrats will, it is gen erally be...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 October 1894

THE YASHDTGI-T01Jr TIMES, WEDHESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1S04. Ill Kill rPular Shopping ajra llj &7 Place. 416 7th. St XSS Another important item of news. MONEY SATING ALWAYS. We have plaood on our counters all our French and German ribbed and Diagonal Dress Goods, such as sold for 50c. and 60c. yard. Wo bought soxno new shades, so as to complete the lino ot colors, and offer the entire lot to you for YARD. Come and See Them. Also storm serges, all wool Navy 36 inches -wide. fhTSBsssmBasBsssssssaBB EXTRA VALUE Regent Cost and Vest $12. We are able, by a very fortunate pur chase, to sell a Re gent Coat and Vest for the above price. The material is cla' weave worsted. Col or black. Style of coat Regent frock. Style of vest sin-gle-breasted,fivebut-tons. Geo.Spransy, "The Reliable Clothier," 434 7th St N. W. BgraaKmragEE3?gg5gBM Sure and Lasting. Such are the cures of RUPTURE -we eSect by means of our new method the Robert's Process There's noth ing disagreeable in tho treatment. Ko knife ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 October 1894

iWPIMIMgPfitil 1 1 .(.mil .III i, ii iJi!ll(Upii JJWBWJIJltW WlflllfWiW'1'' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 31. 19S4. JP FAYORITES AT THE ISLAND Three of the Five Races Were Cap ' turcd Ijy First Choices. TALENT HAS A PROSPEROUS DAY rinaaco and Paragon Wore the Only Ontsid ors to "Wis at the Alexander Island Track At St. Asaph the Bookmakers Came Out 1)eoidaiy Ahead of the Knowinjr Puhlic A goad crowd patronized the Alexander Island oourse yesterday, and those who played favorites ctime out ahead of the books, as three prononneed ilrst eholees won, tho other events gotog to third favorites. Thetrnok was ie good shape and tho raoinginteresting. In the last raoe occurred the best finish of the day, whan the favorite, Siboria, had to bo riddao out to beat Juanita a nock Ih very good tltt. Pagla to far outclassed his field in the fourth that he -won pulled up by eight leaf lbs. Summaries: How the Horses Ran. Trade good. jrft First race. Tour and one-halt furlongs. U? Puree, SHO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 October 1894

tvj .?? ipwi-vrgr ' -?!BS3SfSe,"PtPfJ!T? SjpPfMBff" r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK 81. 1S94. vrwri"-isi -" The Washington Times ffiTEET DAT Df TEE YXABj OWNED AND issued by The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, (southwest cobksk l'ennstlvakii avenue okd Tenth Street: Telephone Edltoritl Rooms, 481 Business Office, S37. rrice, Daily Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Throe Cents. By the month Thlrty-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., OCTOBEB 31, 1694. The daily nvorago number of papers sold ana printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES lor tie month or September was THE NEW POSTHASTES. President Cleveland occasionally makes an appointment which is above criticism. Ho did so when he selected Mr. James P. Willett to bo postmaster of Washington. ThatHr. Willott will' make a modol post master Is tho opinion of everybody who has said anything upon tho subject Ho lias pre cisely the qualifications requisite to make a splendid official. He is courteous and pleas ant; he has a superb busin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 October 1894

TUB WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1894. GENTLEMEN, Read What We Will Do 'till Nov. 1st, Viz,: TVlll kMI nno lot of Men's 2.50 Razor Too Calf Balmorals (shies 5 to 10) a: i 51. U 5 par pair Ono lot ot Men's $4.00 sample Shoes at S2.65 por pair One lot of Men' $5.03 sample Shoes at S3. 50 per pair. Every Day One Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FREE. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street Our SETS of teeth, possess all the merit that characterizes the $15 and $20 ones made 03' other dentists. It's our "pet" specialty that's the reason. No unsatisfied patient ever leaves our chairs. CONSULTATION THEE. American Dental Association, COR- SEVJCNTU AND E STS. What Is More Attractive Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright com plexion? .For it use POZZONI'S POWDER. If you want a carpet or Bomo furniture come right up hero aud get it Don't ask us if your credit is good Just pick out what you want toll us how much you wish to pay and bow of ten weekly or monthly. We -won't a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 October 1894

G THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WED3sTESDAT, OCTOBER 31, 1894. Do' We See 37011 to-day for a new suit or overcoat? You'll find a visit liere to be to our mutual advantage. You'll get the finest and best clothes you ever did for their price, and we'll make another regular cus tomer, for to buy HERB once means always. See our line of neat Check and Striped Business Suits at SI5and$!8. There is really more style and elegance about them than in most $25 ones you see. .Robinson, GIibflt & Co., Clothes-, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. No "wonder wo nro busy for such beautiful nnd useful presents were never given away In 'WashinRton before. "We are reaching out for the pntronngo of every person -who enjoys a delicious cup of tea or a cup of rich golden cof fee. It's only a question of buying here once fo' we've got vour patron age with that ONE PUBCHASE-nnd you woaldn't got away if you could. We not only give your money's -worth but we heap the measure up by presenting you -with some ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

TIMES THE washijS'G'To, b. c, Thursday aioifcNTErG-. November i, is94 jsig-ht pagkes. OInE CENT. T"OL.l. ro. 22S. v v la- K J-JL JL Ll JI -JL -F Jl Eleven Privates, Two Lieuten ants, and a Sergeant. DEVELOPING A SENSATION Result of the Investigation That Has Been Lttely ia Frocjress. IN THE INTEREST OP HARMONY LiBt of the Finest Who Are, It Is Humored, Elated for Becapitation The Commission era May Ant To-day The Trouble Has Been Growing in Dimensions for Many Months QeUbert Got Out Before He "Was Pet Ont Lieats. Gessford and Kelly May Teol the Ax Sergt Daisy Also May Have to Go, as He Has Botn a Thorn in the Department's Side Allegations that Klin ger Was Jfcver Legally Appointed. r f"re many days are over perhaps before r - lours a bemfeeholl is expected to drop 1 Washington pottoe force which will e - t from center to circumference, and - L will bring about the most radical ci.r--sthe department has seen since tho i:z." when the old detective force was legis late! out of existenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

THE "WASHXN'G-TOitf TOfES, THUESDAT, NOVEMBER 1, 1894. 2 HARD DAY FOR IR. SHEEHAN f FOR THAT 6 I CHILLY FEELING $ I USE OUR t Sl.00 GAMEUS HAIR ? I Underwear. I UTTERINE OPENING. He Refused to Produce His Boolis Before the Police Committee... Next Saturday, November 3, marks our anniversary. Having been in the Butterine Business in this city just four years, and on this date we will present to each Butterine purchaser, free, a beautiful Silver-plated, Chased, and Engraved Butter Knife of which the accompanying cut is an exact represen tation. TO BE SENT TO THE GRAND JURY You'll Have Comfort Then, $ "THE UNDERWEAH MEN," l Henry Franc & Son, I Cor. 7th and D. Evidence Produced of Sheehan's Defalcation "While Comptroller of Buffalo Heated Col loquy Between Witness and Counsel Goff, in Which tho lattor Is Called a Liar. vaJ Popular Shopping a jjj 107 Place. 416 7th St. &f? I 12c, 15c, 25c III Ladies' Best Linen Collars 1 We trill place on sale a lot of Seidenborg's (best made) l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

THE "WASHrN"GT03r TIM.ES, TETJBSDAX, NOVEMBER 1, 1894. HH COUNT- UP WHAT YOU S vli 3 :;:: Q O AV AT H N ; 'IjL-LlTlliI l iTTTTi rTlllllllll 1TTI irTfrl JtJjJFM w igiH1" ' 0 Ml Ml -,fl it iiffi,. b x.. M. m jl jaw z M I SI c "v k L 1 m p i Ki lwjyiiiyw!gwi M B jrjLLrJL a REE A X Ji. We will give the following SPECIAL PRESENTS with every pound of Tea, three pounds of Coffee, pound of Pepper or other Spices: g-cent 6-old Band China Pitchers, 75-cent Large Majolica Pitchers, -cent G-old Decorated Cuspidors, - 90-cent Hand-painted Splash lats, 90-cent Pair Silver Candlesticks, 50-Cent Lebanon Egg Eeaters, o-cent Opal Syrup Pitchers, 50-Cent Oat leal Sets, cents poun cents "noun cents pound 729 Seventh St. est Mixed Tea Java and Mocha Best Pepper, whole or ground JOHNSTON'S LIBRARY CARDDo not -neglect to bring your library card, or if you are coming for the first time ASK THE CASHIER for a card, which entitles the holder, when complete, to one book WORTH THREE DOLLARS from our magnificent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

raxi WASH0DS'TO3S' TIMES, THTTESDAT, WOVEKCBBB 1, 1834. The Washington Times CDrrrr djlt cc the TexbJ OWNED AXD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. 6ocmresr ooixrm Peo.-stltajcia. atenct and Toth Steeix Telephone Editorial Booms, 83. Business OOce, 237. nice, Danr Edition One Cent EundayEditlen ......Three Cents. J5y the month ..Tnlrty-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. a, KOTE3IBER 1, 1S9L ? The dally average number of papers sold sad printed by THE "WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of Soptember was HILL AND TAKMANY. An important factor in Senator Hill's cam paign is his real or assumed oonneotlon "with Tammany. So great is the publics clamor for the over throw ol Tammany's control ol local affairs in New York city that Bepublieans are mak ing tho most of the argument that Hill and Tammany are ono and the same animal, and that to vote for Hill is to practically give aid and sympathy to Tammany's cause. "Whatever may bo tho intrinsic worth of this argument, there can be no ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

THEWASHINaTOK TIMES, THUS SD AT, NOVEMBER 1, 1894. GENTLEMEN, Bead What We Will Do 'till Nov. 1st, Viz,; Will sell one lot of Men's 52.50 Razor Too Calf Balmorals (sizes 5 to 10; at SI 95 per pair One lot or Hen's $4.00 sample Shoei O.IS2.65 per pair. One lot of Men's 55.00 sample Shoes ct $3.50 per pate. Every Day One Customer Gets a Pair of Shoes FREE. THE WARREN SROE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. BEST ONLY. MILLKRD PRICE TWO 8T0RE8, 944 La. Hire. S35 B 81. N. W. TELEPHONE 293. Brass andiron "i In snipe at cost to attend to your wants In this direction. The stock we 1 heretofore carried didn't possess the com- j je enss it now has. We cordially in . file your inspection of our present array and believe price and pattern Trill win tout approval and trade. Our "Special" Braes and Iron drop foot rails with a splendid woTen "Wire Spring, No 1 stze.Xcr. In 8 foot 6 inches wide $10.50 4 foot eil foot 6 inches-J1L 50. Everything's uere that's included toy the term Brass or Iron Beds...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

THE WASBDOsTGrTOjtf TIMES, THURSDAY, IOTEMBEIt 1, 1894. CONCERNS OF THE DISTRICT A MODEM MIRACLE. ANTIDOTE FOR SKEPTICISM THE JULIUS LANSBURGH Two Bays Of Wonderful Retailing AT King's "Palace MILLINEBY, WRAPS, AND FUBNISHTNGS all offer their quota to tho mar vellous price magnets of tMs great two days' Bale. Tho power of cash was never better illustrated. Our reputation and nbility to buy lor cash has onco more placed a "Bonanza" within OUR reach and YOURS. It Is known everywhere by those who have desirablo merchandise to sell that we are ALWAYS BEADY WITH THE CASH. It is known everywhere by those who have goods to buy that OUB REPRESENTATIONS ARE ALWAYS TRUTH FUL. It is the COMBINATION of all the above that makes other comment on the under quotations useless. These prices good for to-day and to-morrow only. $6 Ladies' Coats, $3.85. Hero's a backward-season bargain In Coats that will be remembered in the years la come: Ladies' All-wool Chevron Jackets, fall 85 inches long, all size...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

TH WASHINGTON "TIMES, THURSDAY, tfOVEHBER 1. 1894. V ALEPPO'S CHARGES MINED Brittanic's Son Showed Bleeding Pro pensities Like His Famous Sire. THREE FAVORITES WERE FIRST Alexander Island Talent Had a Little the Better of tho Day's Battle with the Book makersThree Tint Choices 'Were AIbo Successfnl at St. Asaph. Good bcttinR prevailed at tho Alexander I-land course yosterdny; and the puhlio had .ther the advantaRe of the twelve book- akers as three favorites won. Aleppo in ue Beyond race was in the lead In tho back tretcii when ho bled and Mopped to a walk. lis sire, tho famous Brittania, was afflicted .a the same way. My Gj ps was ridden in such a bungling nauner by Cunningham that Judge Oyster olitcly notified the young man no more auch ndes would bo permitted. Summaries: How the Horses Ran. Trak sloppy , O A I irl race Tour f url9ngs. Selling. Pursei )4: tJOO. Time, 0.60. 'ui. JTi rut a4 u& .St H St Fin. Jockey. !-dO. 110. I V 2 ll II. Luwis. ,j I oiumbus, 1M... 7 5 6 Snk Ben...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 November 1894

THE "WASHING-TOK TIMES, THURSDAY, KOTEMBEK 1. 1894; TOP In HERB to-day and in fifteen minutes you can walk out in as handsome, dressy, and perfect-fitting Suit as if you had worried for a month with some custom tailor, and you'll he ten dollars or more in pocket, too, for the clothes we sell at $15, S!8, and $20 Cannot he duplicated hy any tailor in town under $25 to $30. Heavier Underwear, too, will be needed. Do not overlook our line. We have every grade worth having, and sell them from 20 to 40 per cent, less than any haberdasher in the city. Robinson, Gheru Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. $ 420, 422, 424 and 426 7th St. 9 Just as likely as not there is a suit Q v and an oVercoat here that will fit you V fc perfectly what if It DOES need a 0 X little alteration that won't cost IOU X Y anything. V ffi We won't let you have a garment of ft Y any description until it fits without a V Q wrinkle we can't afford to. "WE Z SELL a Misfits and i Uncalled for Garments. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 November 1894

VCXL.l. ISO. 229. WASHTNG-TOiN, D. C, FRIDAY MOBNIKG-, 2sT07EirBEE 2, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. OE CJESTT. THEIR NAMES ON THE LIST Twelve Trial Board Dismissals Now Before the Commissioners. ACTION SOON TO BE TAKEN The Half Has Not BeenTold Concerning the Renovation of the Police Depart mentAction of Mr. Truesdell Forestalled by The Times More Cases Are Fending. The police disclosure in yesterday's Times wcro of startling dimensions. They were as much of a surprise to many of the men who wear blue coats and brass buttons as they wore to the citizens. Tho publication of the list of those marked to go rather forestalled the action of tho District Commissioners, but there is good authority for the original statement that tho iren named yesterday will shortly, with possi bly one or two exceptions, be called upon alter tho present excitement subsides to step drwaandout. TL5s has been recommended by tho police trial board, and the findings of that body Lave usually been adopted, and will bo in tLi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 November 1894

'THE WASEDGSTGrTO TIMES, FRIDAY, !N OVEMKEH 2, 1S94. WjitI Popular Shopping tn I E2 Placo. 416 7th St. Vy I 13c., 15c, 25c. Ladies' Best Linen Collars TVo will place on sale a lot of Soidcnberg's (best made) linen collars for ladies. All new and desirable shapes. We closed these out from the above firm, and will give you your choice for EACH. We hnve the same styles In our stock "which vre sell year in and year out for 12c, 15c., and 25a. These we now offer are what they call "seconds," but they are so near the firsts that you can hardly tell them apart; in nine cases out of ten you can't CHOICE EACH. Nearly new; full eteel plate; 7 octave; repeat ing action; fine tone: OKICIAL FIUCE, 350; A. SPECIAL BAKGAIN AT $225; OX S7 MONTHLY PAYMENTS; Hardly rent for it; don't miss it; seo It without delay. F. G. SMITH, ocSMwk 1223 Penn. av. n. w. Failure xnpossifole With our new and improved method of curing HUPTCRE the HOBERTS PROCESS. The treatment Is neither disagreeable nor painful. Xo kn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 November 1894

JHE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, N O VEMBElt 2. 1894. FAVORITES A'GAIN IN PROMT Alexander Island Talent Had Good Suc tjess Picking the Winners. BCLISIVKIUS AlOm MILED Pour f the Tive Winning Horses Were the SeleotieB of the Public, and tho FeneiUers Paid Oat Xra HeBey Than Was Taken la Aaother Story at St Asaa. Agate did tiie followers of. favorite pot the money at the Alexander Island course, four of the five events being won lvy first choices. BoUsatlas -was tfae only favorite to disappoint tbe Uiont, he be: unable to defeat fate mod erate lot Hosd to Ijirn. The attendance was huge aad an ui dozen books took in th nioaey and aft erward paid it out in large quantftfes. Jockey Robirjsofi gave a very unsatisfactory ride on IMrele su the first raoe, and some caustic comments were made by many of the sHcutor. He should haw been piven at j.-ast a -epritnand by tbe judge, if not fine. burnnrJes: llowtlic Horsos Kan. Track fair. (JOi H"" race Four fartoaes. Selling. IK if Puma, Time, 0:50. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 November 1894

TILE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1S94. The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IN THE TE AE OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES FUHJJING, kocthtvtst cobner ysssstvtjlxu. avencs xsd Tenth Stkeet. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S1 Business Office, 337. rrice, Daily Edition 0n6Cent Sundny Edition ......Three Cents. Dy the month Thirty-live Cants. WASHINGTON, D. a, NOVEMBER 2, 169L Tho daily average number of papers sold sua printed "by TEE WASHINGTON TIMES for tho month of September was 14,817, LET IT BE DONE AT ONCE. Although "Washington is justly proud of its splendid polico department, two conditions exist vrhioh The Times is glad to know tho Commissioners intend to remedy. These conditions are a lack of harmony among certain members of tho foroe, and a lack of confidence on tho part of tho public in such officers who have been found unworthy of their positions by the trial board. Tho Commissioners alone can remedy this lack of harmony. It is an evil of which a tri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 November 1894

THE WASHiNG-TOJS TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. o LHDIE8, . Please trll your gentlemen frionds about these bargains, viz: Men's $2.50 Razor-toe Calf Bals (sizes 5 to 10) for 41.25. Men's $4.00 Sample Shoes for J2.65. Men's $5.00 Sample Shoes for 5&50. Then come and see what we will do' For you. ladles' S3 00 Shoes for $2.35. Ladies' gaSO Shoes for $2X5. Ladles' 55.00 Shoes for 68.60. Several lots Ladios' $8 00 and 81.00 Shoos (small sizes) at $1.50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street ! We're Selling t 9 ? f 9 9 For 3 Cents a Loaf. Or Two Loaves for 5 Cts. and it's the very best bread bakers produce. EaHSee Sat urday's price list in this after noon's star and News. EmiM Beef Go., f tnln Mprfcnt nnd tSrocnrv. k 1306-1312 32d St. Y (Telephone 347). A BRANCH MARKETS: T 1716 14th St, N. W. 21st and K Sts. N". A 2026 14th St. N. W. 2d & Ind. ave. X. T 4th and 1 Sts. N. W. 5th and I Sts. N. A Bth and M Sts. X. W. 8057 M St. N. & 20th St. & Pa. ave....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 November 1894

v j-wjpjijy - m: THE "WASHiyG-TOy TIMES, FBIDAT, yOYEIBEE 2, 1894. 6 I"1 iiarSJM T.-TK,--VWt--. The crowd and come HEREibr 3-our clothes. "We fitted out a regiment yesterday, and are still able to show the biggest and best assortment in town. And what values we are giving this season. We can tell you where you'll see the same quality suit that we sell at S 1 5 .00 paraded out as a special drive at 20, but WE don't do business that way. We sell our goods as low as we can afford, not for as much as we think they would bring. Get one of our famous $3.00 derbies, it is the best hat value in America. All sizes in all standard blocks. Robinson, Glieru & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. 5-,S-33aS G-0--' -" 3 ? WHY NOT -HAVE OfJE? Vili Bay Tbls Magnificent "Ninrqn b1 Kmp, containing 28 fine W Q d a ti'inds and & colored mes in A V ciii r, either mines, sapphires, em- y ft t. mid, or tur .uoisc A V 1 his 1- a !Mcit bargain, and if y ?tou -ion't need it now but vtau...

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