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

---.-, -rr - ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1894. 8 -jr- 14 . j" CUP SMTHG COMHEHT 23e Awwrican Bnscuall Association Ivt Dead by Any Means. PROJECTORS PUSHING AHEAD XI IBfo Hagnates Aro Much Alarmed Ow fce Sifcutsw The New Org&aiza tiea Is OjB&etiy Being Gotten in Shape ;mL SvHttoK to Slasaom in tne Spring. fhat the old kagae magnates are alarmed over tlM baseball situation is evident to those wio fceptefoned as to the ineide -workings of tfeat oianiMUdB. It was no surprise tuat tbe Barton dab came to terms with McCartby, Tucker, and Stivette, yielding to their de mands in order to get their names to con tzMots. The Boston triumvir are keenly alive to U necessity of signing their stars before the new American Association is ready vo go tato the market and bid for the serviced of an unsigned players. It will readily be re aiemberad tbe Boston people placed them selves on record ae being determiuod not to tteeede to tfae domands of any players for an iaereaee in s...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 November 1894

THE WASHING-TOW TIMES, HOKDAT, ITOYEMBEB 5, 1894. The Washinaton Times ffiVXKT DAT XK TOE TEUSJ OWNED AND ISSUED BY the Washington Times Company TIMES BU1LDDJG. 60UTEWEST COEKEK l'ENNSTLVJUOL AVZKCB AND Trsrn Sieete Telephone Editorial Rooms, 435. Business Office. S37. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent finnaay Edition Three Coats. fry the month .Thlrtr-uvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, NOVEMBER 5, 1894. Booming, Steadilu Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It Sound Business Sense. Not all the readers of a one-cent paper bo 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. CLOSE OF TEE CAMPAIGN. It has almost oome to bo a political axiom in this country that, in "off years," the party in power suffers defeat at the polls. Tho pop ularity of this axiom may consist in the com Xort it affords to the opposition: but there is alfco a oertain decree of truth in it. founded on the well-rec...

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

THE WASHXSTG-TOK TOIES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1894. LKDIES, Please tell your gentlemen friends about theso bargains, viz: Men's J2.60 Kazor-toe Call Bals (slses S to 10)forei.S3. Men's $4.00 Samnlo Shoes for I2.G5. Men's $5.00 Sample Shoes lor 18.51 Then come and see what we will do for you. Ladles' 53.00 Shoes for S1S5. Ladles' S8.5Q Shoos for $2.65. Ladles' S5.00 Shoes for 88.60. Several lots Lndles' S8 00 and $4.00 Shoes (small 6lzos) at $1.50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. Be Afraidl If -von want a carpet or some furniture comerigatuphereand got it Don't ask us If your credit is good Just plot out what vou want tell us how much you wiato to pay and how of ten weekly orinonthly. We won't ak you to sign a note nor to pay a penny interest You'll find our prices niarkod in plain figures it's the casu price or the credit price pleas yours elt Is Good For one piece of furniture or a bouse fall ot it We make and lay all carpets free of cost don't even chargo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 November 1894

e TJkLE YASKi:N 5r TUJN TJLMJDS, MONDAY, KOYBMBER 5, 1S94. Received on Saturday one lot Blue and Black Ker se3 Overcoats, tliatif they had beeii bought a month ago would have been marked $35.00 instead of the $25.00 now on the price ticket, and the' would be worth it, too; in fact 3ou'll see others notas good marked at that price all over town, but you know 'OUR POLICY is to sell as LOW as possible, not as high as we can. Stop in to-day and see these Coats. They are cut right in the Height of Fashion, and exquisitely tailored, and are faultless fitting, and only S25. Robinson, Cliery & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. I TAKE YOUR PICK.. I One lot of Ladies' f Cardigan Jackets 9 in all the new col- ? 1 orings, Red, Black, 9 Navy, Brown, and J Yellow. 9 a Buttoned down X 9 front with Fancy 9 I Braided Buttons; J $ edge finished with X 9 Fancy Braid to 9 1 match. All sizes, a v Worth S1.25 9 or iOG, AKJiWXTOR; 420, 422, 424 and 426 7th St -03-0-0-3"OG-(5'0-C-C-Gf...

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

TOL.l. 20. 333. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING-, KOYE3IBER 69 1894 SIX PAG-ES. OXE CENT. COME to the BIG TRIANGLE in Front of THE TIMES'TO-NIGHT ELECTION RETURNS by STEREOPTICON. BOTH SIDES ARE CONFIDENT Republicans as Well as Democrats Claim Sew York State and City. GOOD ODDS GIVEN ON MORTON Ev6n Strong Loads Slightly in the Betting on the Municipal Besult Committee of Sev oaty Sanguine That Its Ticket Will B6 Successful Police to Be Made Innocuous. KwtImk, Nov. 5. "On the evo ot battle; resting under arms," and similar phrases werecerreat at the various political head quarters to-day in the place of news. Most of these places were nearly deserted, as many of the managers have left them for their homo districts, where they will work and -vote to- i morrow. I An exception to tbo rule was the case of Chairman Haekett. at the Bepublican State headquarters "in tbe Fifth Aenue Hotel, who, having paired votes with a friend in Utfcn, will remain here until after election. He said to-da...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOYEMBEB. 6, 1894. 2 lllll u&r Popular Shopping jl ) I W2? Place. 416 7th St. t&? Another Important Item of News. Money saving always. We nave 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 33c. YABD. Gome and seo them. Also Storm Series, all -wool, navy 36-inches wide. YAED. Come and see them. I jilt li3 Popular Shopping & ja i 1?' Place. 418 7th St rg? I jlllll B B B B B U U U U U T T T T T T T T T T E E E E E R R R R R I I I I I N N N N N E E E E E WILKINS & COMPANY, SQUARE 1IARBLE AND GLASS STANDS, CENTER MARKET. -"-3-0-0--3-- j&k-G--'" Buy Coal Before the 'Raise," 9 w which is bound to come. IJost y fT assured that all the coal you buy i of us will be clean and delivered y promptly. A I ShamokinS5.75a ton. I Y Pea Coal S4--50 a ton. ? Furnace Coal S5.25 a ...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1894. FMBHIES TO THE FRONT Fwr First Choices Captured the Parses at Alexander Island. BOOKMAKERS WERE HARD HIT Dr. Johnson "Was the Solitary Selection of tho Talent t Gk Wrong on the Day Jockey Poster Gave a Very Unsatisfactory Side on Uno Grande The Day'8 Besnlts. A lMtkor's ioean bookmakers did bu6ines3 on ttw Alexander raees yebterdny, and every I motbr,6 eon of thorn vlshed they hadn't at tbe fltes ef die day. Pour favorites and a ; ettnegiy backed second choice captured tho oo&e maea to thn delight of the talent 5Ke attendance was big, tho betting llvoly, but tbe track was heavy, slow time boinR mad. A couple of good things wore pullod off. Batltloa being one of them, while Ice- liwd and Alonzo were others. Several days ago Repetition at 1 to 2 could not beat Litbo- .,, j a i no rtK- gmpu. xeawjruny b wu niwi i - (Disable, which wag backed down to7 to 5 at .. u i i .iiAn the dose. Bepotition won in a hand gallop. Iceland was a good...

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

THE -W-ASHrETG-TOIT TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1894. ThB Washington Times fEVZRT DAT IN THE TEAEl OWKED AXD ISSUED Bt The Washington Times Company TISIES BUILDING. ccctbwest cokner pennsylvania atenbz am) Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S5. Business Ofllco, 337. frlce, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., NOYEMBER G, 1894. Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch lb Sound Business Sense. Not all the readers of a one-cent paper be long to a one-cont class of poople, as many busy men purchase a penny paper because its matter, being more condonsed, is more quickly read. Printers Ink. TO VOTEES OF THE DISTRICT. This is the day isn't it? when the voters of the District are expected "to rise in their might" and administer a "stinging rebuke" to the fellows who have beon mismunaginc local affaire. II it isn't, it ought to be. and The Tthes proposes to give a word of adise in time. In the first p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAT, NOVEMBER 6, 1894:. t ! LRDIES Please tall your gentlemen friends about ! these bargains, viz: Men's $8.88 Kawr-toe Calf Hals sizes 5 to 10) for 1.96. Men's $4.09 Samjrte Shoes for 52.65. Men's $6.08 Sample Shoes lor $8.50. Then come and sec what vc will do for you. Ladies' S8.00 Shoes for J2.86. To iliac' SS M KlinAB for SI 66. I Ladles" 6.0 Shoes for SS.60. I n . . - 91 . Ml .i.. HI fVI CI.. oeverai lots iiuioa i.w mi s.vr uiiucg (small rises) at ?1.60 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. Price's Eggs Are the Best. 944 La. Ave, TELEPHONE, 293. MILLARD PRICE & GO. We're Selling Boy's Suits AT Half Yalue. Our stock of 2,567 Boy's Suite, bought at our own price. wnn't lii&r mnrh longer. Mttliv '. mothers have grasped tuts " opponunuy 01 iuj-juk meir email boys a needed suit. e have graded them in five lots. $2.28 $2.98 $3.48 $3.98 and $4.48. Such prices have made sad havoc in the original sum- ber. However there are many f...

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

6 THE -WASHjyG-TQy TJJSfJES, TUESDAY, 1ST OVEaTBiglS 6, 1S94. A To stop night to returns? down town to get the election Then you'll need an overcoat. You suited HERE can get "better and for less money than anywhere else m town. See the line offering: at we are $15.00 and $20.00 Blue and Black Ker seys Meltons and Beavers, absolutely all-wool and fast color, well made, stylishly cut, and perfect fitting. Precisely the same garments that 3Tou'll see elsewhere at $20 and $25. Robinson, Oheru & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. f They Were $ I 98c and $1.48 I y 9 Children's Sill! Hats, made with Ml shirred crown and wide plaited rim, with Ml wide strings to 9 match. In Navy3 1 Gray, Tan, and Brown. J Can now he yours for v ? A'id. 9 ' ? f 420, 422, 424 and 426 7th St f f A Good Chance To save money in buying a fine We effer a handsome gold-;jlated table Lamp, with real onyx column, solid cast bead and b.&nd, beet center burner, for A basdeome China Silk Shade, ...

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

rs 5s 'S Ei ti A ii Iffrt .JKL. . ftl" . i,,,if TOL.l. "NX). 234. WASHTN'aTOjST, D. C.s WEDNESDAY MOBMNGr, OYEIBBR 7, 1S94 EIGHT PAGES. 03STE OENTT. prw l BwYor Recorder Smythe Snowed Un der by Proseeutor Goff. "TIB" CAMPBELL IS LOST The Populists Were Almost Com pletely Lost Sight Of. REPUBLICANS CLAIM THE HOUSE In Almost Every State Democrats Have Suffered Heavily. WHAT LEADERS ARE SAYING Ohio Gives eh TTnprecedentedly Largo Ee publican Majority Tom Johnson Beaten in the Clevelad District Eolman Pnlls Through in Indiana by a Squeak Speaker Crisp Is Be-elected, bat Many of the Fa miliar Faees "Will Ee Missing from the Next Congress Springer, of Hliseis, One cf Thorn A Complete and Graphic Story of How tie Battle of the Ballots Was Fought Tareegaoat the TJaien. The result of tbo ejections, besides the very heavy plurality of Mr. Morton for Gov ernor of Now York, estimate! at from 125. 000 to 150,000, indicate a general triumph for t..o Eepublican party in that State and In the Ncrth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 November 1894

ras rr AgrEJJLTN crxiM XIMJES, TTJEUnSTESBAT, iN O VJEZVIBJEII 7, jotj. I wjTjll Popular Shopping tat$ 1 130? Place. 416 7th St XsSS Another Important Item of News. 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 I to complete the line of 3 colors, and offer the 3 i r. entire 10 l lo you lor 33c. TAPJ). Gome and see them. Also Storm Serges, all wool, navy 3G-inches wide. 30c. YAED. Come and see them. mttjmmimsm Headaches Are Unknown By those who have their eyes ex amined and fitted with the proper glasses HERE. We are experi enced opticians We hare all the modern appliances for accurately teetlnc the eyes. Wn select and adjust the exact classes to prore beneficial. No extra charge. t3rlt you find your eyes need f lasses, pet our SI Glasses. ney're hard rubber and polished eteel frames, fitted with our FITT EST LENSE3. McAllister & Co.. OPTICIANS, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 November 1894

"N THE TVASHINGTOlSr TITLES, TVEDNESDAT, NOTSMBEB T, 1894. jrrT1 ,DE LIGHTS ON THE MAJ9R Irs. A. A. Russell's Reply to Her Husband's Petition for Divorce, DENIES ALL HIS ALLEGATIONS Clever "Was Aught but a True and Loving Wife Affectionate Letterg and Verses Produced in Proof She Suffered Mal treatment at His Hands and from His Son. The curious Olborg lorgery case and A. A. JiUsseil, the pension examiner connected -virli it, have some light thrown upon thorn y the answer of Mrs. Russell to Bussell's dl- orce sit. It has Just been filed by her at orney, VT. Preston Williamson, and lights up Jr. Itu&aell in particular in very lively colors. The grounds of llubsell's suit aro cruelty and infidelity. These charges Mrs. Itussell uonies wholly. She adds that before their inarriago she was Eussell's housekeeper for iwo years. She was then married to a Mr. Harvey, but had left him and was llvlbg with her daughter. Soon after she became his 'iousefceejer Russell proposed to secure a di v...

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

C5 THE WASHTNGTON TJOOIS, WEDSDA-T, NOVEMBER 7. 1894. The Washington Times Etsbt 3at 3K nns TeisJ OTOtED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, EDcnrmsr oosiro exvsrvsrixu. ayecbb jimd TxKTH SffeXEZ Telepnoae ECItorUl Booms, 451 Suelneea Oflce, 837. Trice, S&fiy Edlflea.... ........ One Cent Ecads7dltlo&...........Thre Cents. By the month Thirtr-flTe Cents.' Washington, d. a, notemeeb 7, 1S9L Booming, Steadilu Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It. Sound Business Sense. Not all the readers of a one-cent 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. 4 THE EESULT IN NEW TOES. Two great things have undoubtedly come to pass in New York. The local issue In New York city of punty in municipal politics has won. and the national revolt against the Son ato hold-up has been emphatically expressed Parkhurst, Goff, and Lexow these have been th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 November 1894

tHE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, KOYEMBER 7, 1894. LHDIE8, Please tnll your gentlemKi Mends about those bargains, viz: Men's $2.50 Raxor-toe Calf Bals (sizes 5 to 30' for $1 W. Men's $4.00 Sample Shoes for $2.63. Men's $5.00 E ample Shoes for 12.50. 'Then come and see what wc will do f for you. Xaaies' S8.00 Shoes for 133. Ladies C&80 Shoes for $.65. LnlnR fc&.00 Shops fnr SE.50. i beveral lots Ladles 8 00 and 54.00 Shoes (small sizes) at $1.58 por pale THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. m3-S-0-0-2 C?"CJ" 000 r 2 LOAVES OFKr RRPAD FOR JV- The offer we inake a loader of ft lust now. And It is a loader T tn.l it i J L'.,.UAiiv lnv about it All of our stores are soiling broad at a remarkable rate ana nt me best bread you'll buy regular & cent Quality, EmrichBeerCo 9 X Main Market and Urocory, 0 J 1306-1312 32d St. 2 I? (Telephone "547). V ? BRANCH MARK.FTS: fit ITlfi 14th fc-t N W. 21st and K Sts. N. W. ti 026 Kit t N. V. 2d A lad. nve. N. W. 6) v 4th andl M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1S94. 6 BOARD OF TRADE APPROVES SUPPORTED BY CITIZENS. BUT FEW MARRIED TRAMPS Extension of Civil Service Law to District Offices Commended. Enthusiastic Praise of a Public Bene factor. Intcrestirtfl Facts in the Municipal Lodginrj-housc Report. BUSINESS MEN INTERESTED Eew Accessions Daily to the Banks of Those "Who Favor the Reform Ex-Commissioner Parker's Opinion Ho Bays It "Will Bo Away with Objectionable Offica Chasing. The directors of tho TVashington Board of Trade arc unanimous in tho opinion and reeommendatlcn that the civil sorvico law be extended to the employes of the Dis trict. This indorsement was made at an un usually largo meeting ol tho directors yester day morning at the rooms ol tho board, Mr. 8. M. "VToodward being chairman pro tern. The question came up on tho following: "Resolved, By the board of directors of tho Woshlncten Board of Trade, that tho pro posed extension of tho operation of tho lair fcnown as the civil se...

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

TELE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNES D AT, N O VE3IBEB 7. 1894. v BDT ONE FAYORITE SCORED Ini x Bones Alone Saved the Tal frora a Veritable Waterloo. LONG SHOTS WERB IN EVIDENCE MayorB. anaTheclda Tilly Showed a Re markable Improvement In Form Over Their Last Time Oat, Winning at lonp Odds St Asaph Will Sesame To-day. Quite a large crowd patronized the Atexau" 1er Island traek yestorday, and the speoula- ion on thfl different events kept the pencilera urh u-y. It wns a had dny for Iaorito llayoi, as Imported Bones was the solitary 'lm choice to score, the other eents going to second choices and outsiders. The books had a goad day of it, and they regained some of their losses of the past few days. The trace was in fairly good condition, end the time hung out would have done redit to a fast track. Freddy .Miller thought Syracuse had a great chance to win the clos ing oveat, but the old horse was never promi nent, Harry Lewis, his jookey. seemingly be ing content to shoo the others in. Bum no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 November 1894

THUS WASHING-TQ3S TIMES, WJ&DSTESDAY, NOYEKB1H 7. 1894. 8 I IS 1 1 Iw-P All over except to pay or collect your election bets. If you won or lost an Overcoat, a Suit, or a Hat let US supply it We'll give you a better one for less money than any one else can. We have Suits and Overcoats at any price you have named from $10 to S50, all of them guaranteed to prove satisfactory in every par ticular; and our Famous $3.00 Derby is the best hat value in America. Robinson, Gheru. & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. 's I v" Muslin Underwear ? q 9 I To-day. 9 I SO Dozen v 1 Ladies' High-neck ' I Corset Covers- I Embroidery Edge- I 1 15 Dozen I Fine Gowns- I With Embroidery In- 9 sertion and Cambric 9 I Ruffle around neck k and sleeves 9 ? 9 J IB Dozen v v ? $ Muslin Skirts, made $ I with yoke, bands $ and cambric Ruffle, $ I with cluster of tucks above 9 I uG. ? Only Two to a Customer. 9 t 9 9 420, 422, 424 and 426 7th St 9 9 ? "We bare Just Imported a large line of D...

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

WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.l. 2sTO. 235, WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAT MORNING-, NOVEMBER 8, 1894 SIX PAGKES. OTsE CENT. BOOSE REPUBLICAN BY 99 'Complexion of the Lower Branch of Congress Revolutionized. MANY CONTESTS WILL BE MADE Solid Republican Delegations fromTwenty- three States and a Majority of tho Delega tion in Seven More Complete List of Kem-bers-oleot te the Fifty-fourth Congress. Wkea Gbairtnan Babcook, of the Republl oan Ooagreeefonal committee, loft Republican Bea4qaerters last flight he said that the re ports received during tho day gave the Re paMteans 28 out of 856 members of the Hoase eyond peradveuture, while there was a possibility oi securing twenty-seven ad ditional members. JOhe members which he believes to be cer tetaly elected are distributed as follows: Alabama, 1; California, C; Colorado, 2; Oowiecrieut, I; Delaware. 1; Idaho, 1; Illi nois, 1; Indiana. 18; Iowa, 10: Kansas. 5; Keetaefcv, S: Maine, 4; Maryland, 4: 3Iassa fcueetUi," IS; MichiRan. 12; Minnesota, 4; M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 November 1894

3 THE WASHEtfGrTOlT TIMES, THURSDAY, STOYEMBER 8, 1894. Wb Another Important Item of News. 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 H to complete the line of colors, and offer the entire lot to you for DjC. YARD. Oome and see them. Also Storm Series, all -wool, navy SG-inches wide. YARD. Come and see them. 1 Headaches Are Unknown By those who have their eyes ex amined and fitted -null the proper glasses HERE. We are experi enced opticians. We have all the modern appliances f or aoeni ately testing the eyes. W select and adjust the exact glasses to prove beneficial. No extra charge. J3TJi you And your eyes need flabses, get cur SI Glasses, "hey're hard rubtrer and polished steel frames, fitted with our FIN EST LENSES. McAllister & Co.. OPTICIANS. 1811 F Street N. W. Next to Sun Bldg.) "wBt Popular Shopping r T Place. 416 7th St nun ' 1 1 Fj ...

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