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

Kf fc si s s , A JL JL JS m TOL.l. JtfO. 230. WASHXLSTGrTOlSr, D. O., SATUEDAT MOBKIKa, 3STOVE3IBER 3, 1894 SIX PAGES. 05TE CENT. HOPES FOR PARTY SUCCESS Senator Faulkner States the Position of Mr. Cleveland. KTERESTED IN THE CAMPAIGN ho Prosident Desires the Eotnrn of His Party to Power to Complete the "Work of Tariff Reform Closing Days of tho Cam paign in New York Betting on Morton. Senator Faulkner, of We&t Virginia, chair man of tbe Democratic Congressional cam paign committee, to-day made the following statement -with reference to his recent call on' the President at -which the political situation was talked over: As chairman of the Congressional com mittee I called upon the President and had a Tory pleasant interview wittaM&i. During that interview I conveyed to him all the informa tion that I had in reference JLO the Congres sional contests throughout "the country and the prospects of the Democratic party in iho sty eral mates. Our conversation -was confined to tho o...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 November 1894

WASHING TOjVT TIMES, SATUEDAT, N OTJEMBEB . - - . . . S Another Important Item of News. Mone3'r saving always. We have placed on our counters all our French and German Ribbed and Diagonal Dress Goods, such as sold for 50c. and 6oc. yard. W e bought some new shades, so as 1 to complete the line of colors, and offer the entire lot to you for 3 YARD. Come and see them. Also Storm Selves, all wool, .navy 3G-inches wide. YARD. Gome and see them. WE MAKE CABINETS FOR HOLDING Letters and Documents. Office Specialty Manufacturing Co.. 1324 G STREET NORTHWEST. ca-10ttu,tb,6 Failure Impossible With our now and Improved method of curinR RUPTURE tho ROBERTS PROCESS. Iho treatment is neither disagreeable nor painful. No knife used. No matter how long standing your case Is 'we can cure it absolutely. Consult us if you're ruptured. Don't let want of money prevent you. NATIONALHERN1AL INSTITUTE. VYASHJSGTON BRANCH, 608 I3th St NW. '$&$M Our New York Vhlch we have Just received from the Empire S...

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

THE WASEINGTOK TIMES, S 1TURDAT, NOVEMBER 3. 1S94. 3 ISLAND TALEHT IN WRONG Four Favorites Were Beaten fo the Dismay of the Public. FRANK K. HAKF ALONE WAS TRUE Picking "Winners At the Alexander Island Track Was more Than Usually Difficult, butjOne First Choice Being Successful It Was the Eeverse at St Asaph. The talent slipped down four out of five times at Alexandor Island 5 ostorday, and as a result thoelot en books hold on to the shekels. The only first oholco to -win was Frank It. Harf, but his success was not sufficient to got the public out of the hole. Judge McMahon thought well of his colt's (Dr. Johnson) chances and put a swell hot down. He cashed and his many friends vrere glad of it. After many oflorts Lithograph fitfully scored and Harry Lewis smiled to himself as he landed tne gelding first past the post. Repe tition, fresh from St. Asnpa, was supposed to bo a cinch, but he failod to land the com. The attendance was good and betting brisk. Summaries. How the Horses Ran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 November 1894

THE ATASHIK'G'TOIJr TIMES, SATURDAY, 3TOYEMBER 3, 1894. TMastiington Times ffiTEET DAT IX THE TK1K) OWNED AND ISSUED Br m The Washington Times Company TBIBS BUILDING, eaornrfTBT conxmt Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, M& Business Office. 8S7. rrlec, Dally Edition ,OneCent Swndny Edition Threo Cents. IJy the month Thirty-five Conts. "WASHINGTON, D. C, NOVEMBER 3, I89i. The daily average number of papers sold end printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S ATTITUDE. Seantor Faulkner's statomont concerning his roeent interview with the President sets at rest tlw idle talk of Mr. Cleveland's want of interest in the present campaign. As Thk Times has heretofore pointed out, it vmM be manifestly improper for the Presi dent to take an open part in a political cam paign, oitlrer by pen or by word of mouth. He is the servant of the whole people, and a3 such otaads above mere partisan demands upoB his time and streng...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 November 1894

THE WASHlltf&TOK TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894. LRDIES, ' Please tell your eentlomen friends about these bargains, viz: Men's $2.50 Razor-toe Calf Hals (sizes 5 to 10) for l 95. Men's J4.00 Sample Shoes for $2.03. Men's $5.00 Sample Shoes tor jaM. Thea come and see what we will do for you. Ladles' SS.00 Shoes for $2.35. Ladies' $3.50 Shoes for $2.65. Ladles' $5.00 Shoes for 3.50. Soreral lots ladles' $3.00 and 6100 Shoea (small sizes) at $1.50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. I We're Making 1 f V t f ! A Leader of I Y t 2 Loaves for 5-Cts. And it's thcYcry best bread "5-cent bread the baking of some of the best bahcrs in town made of the finest flours and purest ingredi ents. We shall continue the offer in spite of the ob jections raised bv a baher to our selling bread for so little. But this is only one of many. Here's TO-DAY'S PRICE LIST: I Fresh Pork, pound. 10 and 12c Bound Steak, pound..... Oc Sirloin and Porterhouse.... 12 and 15c Roast Beef...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 November 1894

THE -WASHIG-TOff TIMES, SATURDAY, K OVEIBJEIt 3, 1894. THE BOYS Again to-daj. For Suits, Overcoats, Reefers, Hats, Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery and all other fur- , nishings, 3ou serve your own interests best "by coming HERB for them. Short Pants Suits, good ones, too, at $4, $4.75, $5, $6 and up to $18. Long Pants Suits, sizes 14 to 19 years, at S, $10, $12 and np to $25. Overcoats and Reefers from $4 to $25. Hats and Caps, all grades, from 50c. up. Good fleece lined Underwear, for "bo3'S, at 50c. per gar ment. Kvcrything that's correct and proper in Boy's Clothes, Hats and Furnishings, and at less than anyone else gives. Robinson, Ghery & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. The Times, We a ot refer to this paper, but to tho jiretteHt period, ware-am extraordinary esertot to stimulate trada o hove an enormous mo, tvliJch nttst jmva M e ImetMl to httst you iu forcing It out of our store by offering Extraordinary Inducements. Will buy a handsome Solid Silver Watch...

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

TIME WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1894 TWELVE PAGES. THTtJEE CENTS. VOL.1. HO. 331. WASHINGTON 1 in iPi 3 ft B 83 J Civil Service Law to Be Ex tended to District Offices. DETERMINED BY CLEVELAND Important Conference Between the Commissioners and the President HE INTIMATED HIS INTENTION There "Was a FnH and Tree Discussion of the Necessity ad BMiraTaility of the Step Mr. Clevelaad Staked His Purpose, Which Will Prefeably Be Carried Into Effect Within a Short Tiac Effective Work Done 3y the Civil Service Befonn Associa tion, Which Is Composed of Prominent Ken in Washington SnBiness and Official Life Nnaereus Petitions Signed by lead ing Citiawts Laid Before the President Two Thoasaad Positions Will Be Affected. Now for dvfl service reform in the rank and le. In the root and branch of tbe District government. The throe Commissioners of the District n",lon tbe President yesterday afternoon at the White House and held a conference -rlih hire on maov matters affecting the...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, M OVEMBER 4, 1894. Wi fi &h if 111! Ml Wi Popular Shw.pinr; mj, ft j VkzS? Place. 416 7ti St Qgy I Another I Important 1$ ii m li Ttem of News. ill Money saving always. We have placed on our counters all our French and German Ribbed and Diagonal Dress Goods, such as sold for 50c. and 60c. yard. W e bought some new shades, so as to complete the line of colors, and offer the entire lot to you for YARD. Oomo and see them. Also Storm Sorges, all wool, navy SG-inches wide. YAED. Gome nnd see them. -OSKS-O-"" -'0-" I Buy Coal Before the 'Raise," $ Q which is Ixmnd to corns. Rest X assured that b U the coal you buy S of s will be clean and delivered I promptly. I ShamokInS5.75a ton. y Pea Coal S4.50 a ton. $ Furnace Coal S5.25 a ton f ARTHUR B. SMITH, A OTH AND I STS. N. E. 1 MASS. AVE. andFSTS. N.E. V 'Phone 10T7 ft iTRASO k ara k. w. J JS-$Sh!8-OS- 0-G- C5---C-0"- -O-S? ; MENTION a pair of ; ; OUR $3 SHOES I "When marine your election bet ti We have'em f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

THE W-ASHX&TGTOST TIMES,. SUN" DAT, FOTEMBER 4, 1894. flTjT 5gFP "RT.T, 11 i H i i sawswssafr the country for goodness, stylishness, and reasonableness. Take those elegant Navy Blue Long Overcoats the "Paddock," the "Hopkins," the "University," the "Poole," and others unnamed, but hardly less distinguished, at $15, $20, and $25 for instance. Why it is just like sticking a $5 bill in the pocket of each one. Parker, Bridgetl Co., ' Washington's Largest "Exclusive" Clothiers, 315 Seuenth Street. TAR HEELS EASY WINNERS Georgetown College Eleven Given an Idea How to Flay Football. SCORE WAS VERY ONE-SIDED ft Was Not Until the Second Half That the Local Celloeians Managed, to Break the Ice in Their Game with the University of North Carolina's Strong Team. There was never any doubt m to what the 'esult would be in the game of football played on Georgetown field yesterday afternoon be tween the teams of the Universities of George ' own and North Carolina. The latter team icyed with a vi...

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

THE -WAS-fflOJTG-TCm TIMES. STTITDAT, 5TOTEMBEB 4, 1894. The Washington Times CEVTUT DAT IK THE TXiEj OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, EOCTHWIET COSSET PENNSTLVAKU ATSNCT! ASD TlKTH STBZEZ. Telephone Editorial Booms, Si Euftlneos Once. C7. rrioe, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ..... .Three Cents. y the month.... .......Thlrty-fiTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. G.f NOVEMBER 4, 1891. Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It. Sound Business Sense. Not all the readers of a one-ennt paper be long to a one-cent class of people, as many busy men purchase a penny paper because its matter, being more condensed, Is more quickly read. Printers' Ink. ' LONG PASTOEATES. By the pastor of the St Paul's (English) Luth eran Church. There Is no dead line in the age and useful ness of pastors In 'Washington. It is often Bald that a minister's worth lessens after he is lorry years old, hut the ooBtrryhas been proved in this city. Just closing a past...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

frVFgfe&jqffigBffi THE WASHTgTGTO TIMES, STJSTD,&.Y5 KOYSMBEB 4, 1894. 5 KDIE8, 1 2MM fen ronr gentlemen Mends about Q&sso tsrcatno, vie J2obOB& E&crtoe Cslf Btii (sites 5 to 19 for C1.C3. flea's 64.(9 Staple Shoes for JS.63. Hcn'e SS.03 Sample Shoes for 2.601 I Then come and see what we will do for yon. Lofllcs' 83.00 Shoes for J2.S5. Ladles' 8SL50 Shoes for S2.E5. Ladies' KUX) Shoes for S3.50. Several lots Ladles' $3.00 and CCM Shoe! I (small elzes) at $L50 per pair; THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. IV. RICH. 919 F Street. t The Very Best . 9 J q $ 2 Loaves for 5 Cts. f Or 8 cents a loaf. And wo're not claiming too much when wo sir tost better bread cannot be buught at theull price 5 cents a loaf. It'stne baking of some of the Tory best bake- in town. The finest Sours and pi itat ingrnlients compose it. V e rt making a leadei of broad at this pii 'e, and shall continue the offer In spue of the ofiorts of & baker to pre VOLt It But this is only one offer. All our...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

6 THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SU-NDA, NOVEMBER 4, .1894. PICTURES OF POLICE LIFE Scenes in a Station After the Setting -of the Sun. HOW KIGHT IS MADE HIDEOUS Phases of Character Shown by Prisoners Who Are Cast Into the Cells Humorous and Pathetic Incidents How tho Ensiness of an Officer Is Conducted After Dart. Night in a police station. Beneath the spreading glare of the gas lamp "which, hangs from the ceiling are enacted scenes after toe Bun set, ranging in tho emotions they exoito in the spectator from tho pathetic to tho tragic and tho ludicrous. There is a certain element that cannot help enoroaohing upon the rights of others, the great body politic'It is with these people that the brass-buttoned policemen mostly deal, and in the doing of their duty much happens that cannot be de picted in the daily reports of arrests. "When dusk falls and tho station-fceopor set tles down for tho night's business, offenders of many stripes of iniquity hang upon the brass railing in front of tho des...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1894. I WEEK m LABOR CIRCLES "he Union Baiters May Start a Co operative Balicry. LLOTY OF FUNDS ON HAND Ti8 District Assembly Guarantees Them Its Financial Support and Agrees, in Addi tion, to Tate 4.000 Loaves of the First De livery -Honor Conferred on Mr. Simmons. MEETINGS .FOR THIS "WEEK. 8CNDAY, NOVEMliBK 4. L. A 430S, Knights ot Labor, Musicians Elks' .an, Ninth street and Pennsylvania avenue. MOMBAY, NOVEMDEK 5. L. A 174S, E. oIL. Carpenters, Typographical mpl L. A. 164. K. of I.. Plasterers, Plasterers all, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania venue. L. A 1046, K. of L. Bakers' Drivers, Bunch's .ail, U Eightti street. L. 1 . 390 National Brotherhood of Carpe rs Mid Joiners, X. of P. Hall, 425 Twolfth Btreet Amalgamfttod Society of Carpenters and Join 's C oetello'a Hall, Sixth and G streets. L, t' ls Jonraeyraen Tailors, Rod Men's Hall, m L fciroet. TUH6BAT, SOVBMBER 6 odoratioo of Labor Plasterers' llall, Four-J-a-half street and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1S94. ttai Smaa ECO RDS This is a year of record breaking, and we liave been doing some of it ourselves. The month of October, just passed, was the biggest business .month of our career; the week ending yesterday was the biggest week, and yesterday was the biggest DAY, for which we are truly grateful to our many friends and customers, who, by their liberal patronage, have enabled us to surpass all previous records. Stop in to-morrow and see the best $15.00 suit in town. Clay diagonal, rough and' smooth chevoit, and dozens of other handsome, fash ionable fabrics in cutaway, frocks, and double and single-breasted sacks. The biggest' $15.00 worth of clothes you ever saw. Robinson, Chery 8l Co. Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, I Weinberg & Co., j 9 309 Seventh 9 Union Ten Per Cent. Tailors 9 9 f 9 Lead the Way. Avoid. Smallpox. 9 9 Dress in Style. 9 I HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CUT TO FIT. 9 Old Style. ' ' 9 9 Cheap Suits made In Baltimore "sweat shops...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

-"WSfT - -fF" JCT "- V"- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUN PAT, NOVEMBER 4, 1894. 9 AMUSEMENTS. EW NATIONAL THEATER. WEEK BEGINNING MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. r Pinero's Great Comedy, "WITH Miss Johnstone Bennett. Presented per arrangement with DANIEL FROHMAN. Manager Lyceum Theater, New York, by a Special Company under the management of CHARLES FROHMAN. Next Week THE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS, New SALE BEGIXS For the Famous JfnTAT, TCESIMY, VI 'MMUY.AXD J-AirKDAY SIGHTS, A-NDf-VT. HAT. TJHBSDATwiBasoTHE MAID iwDAY KVKKIKG FATI N ITZA. ftCflDE la Repertory of EnplifiU Opera. f ROBIN HOOD. MY TO-MORROW NIGHT AND ALL THE WEEK. THE FAVORITE COMEDIANS Im Mil A, ;e '' AND THEIR OWN COMEDY COMPANY. f . . - B . . B E;anrtTy h ipnar hq UUU5&U lEEUiiUlUU THE CHORAL SOCIETY MENDELSSOHN'S ST. PAUL. t'lider the direction of Convention Music Hall, RESERVED SEATS. 450, 75, and AMUSEXENTS. LBrGHS OKAND OIERA HOUSE EDWARD H. ALLEN Manager; Lve at 8, Wed and&at Mat. at 2. Prices, 41.50. $1 . 75c., 60a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

10 TJEEE WASHTtTG-TON TIMES3 STJDAX, NOVEMBER 4, 1894. While Gen. Crdway Is xcry bnsy theso days and finds but little time to spend in Wash ington, lis still keeps Informed on everything that is going on in the District Guard. Ho knows what is happening, and has some ideas or liis own on now matters should bo run. Ho is watching with interest the efforts of the battalion commanders to enforce better attendance at drills, and expects to see theso efforts bearing fruit before the winter Is over. In speaking to a Times representative on this subject, he said: THE 2TSW ABMORT. "Work on the new armory is being pushed as rapidly as possible. Architect Somorville was seen one day during the weak, just as he was getting Into his buggy in front of his office. Are you going to break the prediction of The Times, and give the arm ory to the guard before January 1?" was asked. I'm not saying a word." was the reply. "Well, I suppose we can eay you'll have it ready by December 1?" "For goodness sa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

11 "73tV THE WASHINGTON TIKES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1894. Yhs IronHssessor. Sranalated from tho Oennan of Hugo Brandcs. Jfvea .nLuebbea thnt it happened. But 70a n t n ycr there; fori do not mean the Lu l pni which to-day the train from the ,c tation whlsacs, ana which is visited . . la-idsol summer idlers In their out-t- -.reewald. I mean the Luobben of w ''.irs ago, whero a stranger seldom l and where the only connection with -ft as tliu post-wagon. The social ' ' place nt that time was the Star, Hi-he, Ernestine, somewhat old, 'tis r 'leet-footod stilL Here the younger - n drank their boor and now and r j.unoL. In the Btarono evening T -hcr clvitians and soldiers in their J if hunting-jackets. An old officer , finished so incredible a hunting . t no listener darod vonture a ilrst v r ,hia suddenly the door opened ana lie wi justice onterod. Now, the chief -st .tppared at the Star only when some 'JL.L x . unusual importance had happened in Luebben. So, alter the Ilrst greetings, ar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 November 1894

12 THE -WASHISTGKrOK TIMES. SUM" DAT, NOVEMBER 41894. neon r. e. enrncn. CHURCHES OF WASHINGTON Vftdc-avralie Trinity Once the Wealth iest and Most Fashionable. k KBW PARISH HOUSE BIHLT The Edifice Used for a Hospital Daring tho "War Tho Eoformed Church on Fifteenth Streot and the Progress It Has Made in the Past Fifteen Years Church Workers. At one time Trinity Protestant Episcopal Ghuroli, corner of Third and C streets north west, was the -wealthiest and most fashionable Episcopal church in the city. "Wealth and fashion have moved from that section further to the northwest, but Trinity is one of the most stirring congregations to be found in the District. It is just finishing a parish house, whloh is a thing of beauty and convenience, and with the Jot cost 631,000. The parish house is to bo used for Sunday-school pur poses, as wall as to be the home-of all tho so cieties of the church. St. Andrew's Brother hood will bring in tho young men; the King's Daughters and tho Dorcas Socie...

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

VOL.l. NO. 232. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MOENINQ-, NOVB1IBEK 5, 1894 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. COME to the BIG TRIANGLE in Front of THE TIMES TO NIGHTELECTION RETURNS by STEREOPTICON. VOTERS DECIDE TO-MORROW Review of the Political Field "Just Before tfie Battle.." RESULT OF LATEST CONTESTS What Ofiees the Various States and Ter ritory "Will Fill To-morrow The Great ost Interest in the Campaign Centers in Kew Ywk State AH Over the Union. The great political caupaign which closes to-day, with the issues thai -will be decided by the ballots to be cast in all but three of the States to-morrow, derive Importance, seeond on.y ic that of a Presidential election, chiefly j ironi the faet that the contest Till bo the nrst general "battle of the liallots between the parties since the advent of the present edaiin Isiration. Added to this is the great interest centered in the tariff issue, upon wai-ii the dominant .. 1 .... 1A .a t. (.ffarjiuu frttr 1 pan u nwH lire mvn iwom .n.i.., j the euaotmont...

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

TIEE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, 5, 1SJM. Ill' ftJH PoPuar Shopping "Ck l I If msSP Place. 416 7th St gf Another Important Tlem of News. Money saving alw-s. We have placed on our counters all our French and German Ribbed and Diagonal Dress Goods, such as sold for 50c. and 6oc. yard. W e bought some new shades, so as to complete the line of colors, and offer the entire lot to 3-011 for C. YARD. Come and see them. Also Stora Serges, all wool, navy 86-inohes wide. 3 YARD. O O -3S-5 0- S$- -3- && 1 Buy Coal $ Before the 'Raise,' f -which Is bound to come. Rest assured that all tbo coal you buy of us -will be clean and delivered promptly. ShamokinS5.75 a ton. Pea Coal S4-50 a ton. Furnace Coal $5.25 a ton- ? ARTHUR 3. SMITH, ? f9TH AND I STS. N. E. ft MASs ATE. and F STS XE V Thone 1077 V Q 4TH AND K. bT& X. W. J ft I The I I Rrdiibald JV1, Bliss I Sifb-diuision A Is the ideal location for home k seeker. Bvery Inducement of- A feres to lot buyers. Money ad. & vauced to buil...

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