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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJESDAY, NOVEMBER S. 1S94. ROOKS GIYEH A SCORCHING Four Winners at the Alexander Island TracK Were First Choices. COLUMBUS THE ONLY OUTSIDER Talent Had Groat Success in Spotting tho Sight Horses, Hakim? but One Mistake Throughout the Day Bnt Two Pavorites Managed to Seach Home First at St. Asaph. It was hard linos on tho bookies at Alex ander Island yesterday, as four -vvoll-pltiyed first choices won, the only outsider to soore beius Columbus, and he was rather heavily Baoked by Col. Pa: HcGlade., his owner. Young Murphy's ride on Lyceum in ih clos ing ewHit caused a great deal of adverse com ment, and but lor the boy's reputation for honesty more harsh things would have btn said by the disgusted backers of Willie Back et's boree. The track was in fairly good condition, the attendance large, and the dght poaciters had plentv of bu6les to handle. Judge. Me dian on as voiy much dissatisfied with the maimer in which CXmgdon rode Ton cede Leon, but at that Jack W...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 November 1894

J THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, jStOTE5IBBK S, 1S94. TheWashinglonTimes vnrr Sat u the Ybau) OMTNKD AXD ISSUED BT The Wss&isgtoa Times Company TIM J BUILDING. fOCTHWJBr GBKMB VOTHSTLTJUOA AVEKDI AMD IVm 3ntsv Tolepfcee Editorial Xoows, 43S. BmlaoK 0Oe.SS7. rricc, OfiUy Fjdlttou One Cent Sana!-Jttttfcm Three Cents. Jig- tb msatfe... TWrtr-five Cents WASHOWTQK, J). C NOVEMBER 8, 1881. Booming, Steadily Booming. ' THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It Sound Business Scnc. Not all ike readers of a one-cent paper be long to a ose-cent class of people, as many LUFy mea purchase a peony pepor because its catter, being more condensed, is more quickly read. Printers' Ink. -- OHE XAK'S GEEAT WOEK. Tammany's defeat in the New 1'ork munici pal elections fc tbe -worst that corrupt poltii ca1 organisation has ever received. Any otlier result than defeat -was Inconceivable, but that tbe popular condemnation of Tammany mis rule should be so empbaticandso overwhelm ing is a surprise even to th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUKSDAT, NOTEMBER S, 1894. LHDIES, Please tell your gentlemen friends about these bargains, vis Men's J2.M Razor-toe Calf Hals (sizes 5 to 10)for1.95. , , Men's $4.00 Sample Shoes far J2.65. Men's $5,09 Sample Shoes lor ts.50. Then come and see what we will do for you. Ladles' $S 00 Shoes for S2.33. t .ai..' eo n Ktinn for 72.C5. I Ladles' $5.00 Shoes fnr 6S.CU. Several lots Ladles to uu nuu c.uj bbdcb (small sizes) at $1.50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. g-'wa.aaBggBa They Are Going Fast. vil.aM vhn VinvA not Tfit tflkon advantage of our crsat inoney mving sale of BUYS and CHIL DREN'S' SI ITS and OVEHCOATn should not delay They are soil ing rapidly Seldom do you get an opportunity to buy garments such s we ire offering ju the Tory threshold of winter for HALF THEIR VALUE, They are going at 2.23, 82.9S. S3 48. 88 S6, $448. Z3TW cive tho "little folks" a ft elclgh with every Suit or Overcoat. Cable cars go by tiie door. S. Biefaer'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 November 1894

6 THE W-ASHIiNGTOlSr TIMES, THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1894. WAR VETERANS IH SESSION Sixty-five Dollars OUR Wash 11 9 1 1 8 f m V Hat man found a SNAP and we'll give you the "benefit of it. We bought THIRTY-SIX DOZEN (all that were left) of reg ular $2.00 and $2.50 qualities of Men's Derltys at a price ivhich enables us to sell them at Each. There are both black and brown, in all the new shapes, and are beyond question the best Hat value you ever sav, and the- are just in time to pay election bets with. Robinson, Gheru$ Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. 1 Horse Goods. 9 - v r We want Horse- A $ men to note that we 9 q carry a complete as- X f sortment of Horse 9 $ wear. We make 9 special reductions 0 v1 o r for Livery Stables. X ? Give us a call, we 9 can save you money. X 100 Horse Blank- f ets, worth $1.25, for 9 I si.oo. 9 100 Shaped Horse 9 1 Blankets, worth $1.50, $ for $1.25. r I 100 Wool Horse ! f Blankets, worth $1.75, $ J for $1.50. j f 100 Extra Fin e $ I Hors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 November 1894

( -? -- ' WASHINGTON D. C.9 FBIDAX MOEKING, 3STOVE3IJBEB 9, 1S94SIX PAGES. VOIi.l. IHO. 236. OSTE CENT. HOUSE MAJORITY GROWING Chairman Bnucock Figures a Repub lican Membership of 259. CLAIMS FORTY-FOUR SENATORS TMb Estimate Includes Senator Jones, of Nevada Report That Bonton McHillin Has Been Defeated Democratic Con gressional Headquarters Closed. On the strongth of returns focoived up to 12 o'etook last night Chairman Babeoek, of the BapabHcaa Congressional committee, fig ure tfaat the Republican representation in the next House will be at least 259 members. The changes from the afternoon statemont, when 888 -were claimed to bo electod.nre made by ooe addition from Illinois and three from North Carolina. The dispatch received last night that caused the greatest surprie was one stating that Representative McMillln, of Tennessee, was possibly defeated. It came from the chairman of the State central Ropubhcnn committee of Tennessee, and added that tlio returns of the districts -were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 November 1894

2r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER DALEY TRIAL SENSATIONS DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERY Hot Words Ensue Between the Ser geant and a Reporter. Of the Mineral Treatment for Con sumption. Popular Bhoppinp Place 416 7th fit 9. 1894. A' FAINT IDEA: H k$ W C E Another Important Itejn 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 to complete the line of colors, and offer the entire lot to you for 33c. TABD. Gome and see them. Also Storm Series, all wool, navy 36-inehes wide. YABD. Come and see them. Headaches Are Unknown 1 By those rrho have their eyes ex amined and fitted with the proper Classes HERE. We are eiperi enced opticlHns. We have all the modern appliances for accurately testing the eyes. We select and adjust the exact plaeses to prove beneficial. 2vo extra charge 12711 you And your eyes need glaeses, pet our $1 Glasses. They're hard rubb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 November 1894

THE WASHES GTOH TIMES, 3TETDAT, KOTEMBEE 9. 1S94. BOOIS HAD A LOSING DAY Favorites and Strongly bached Second Choices Wen on the Island. OTi PROVED A DISAPPOINTMENT Ponadea'Down to loss Than Evon Money, "Underwood's Horse Tailed to Eepay tic" Confidence Reposed in Him St. Asaph Talent Had Fair Success Picking Winners. Favorites and second choices won all the money at Alexander Island yesterday, and as a result the swan book-makers quit loser on the day. In tho opening raco, Lum was poinded for a good thing, and all or TJndei weod's friends were down, but Lum. could net go the route fast enough. Siberia showed herself to be a fast filly as ebe skimmed over the heavy track and won easily from a good Sold. The attendance was fair and the speculation actjve. Summaries: How the Horses Han. Track heavy. r--ii First race Seven furlongs. Selling. t Li) Purse. m. Time, 14. 2nd. floret and vt. St.. M St Fin. Joektv. 71Markrto,l)8... 6 S lb. 1 rarsons. im Mcky B., MB.. 4 8$ 2i 24 McXenzia ? LH...

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

THE "WASUrNGTCXN IIJUES, 3TTIIDAY, NOVEMBER 9? 1894. i fflVBKY DAT IN TUB YEAlU OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, focxhwhst corker 1'enneti.takia. jltesuk 1kb Tojth Stbeei: Telephone Editorial Booms, 483. Business Office. 337. rrice,B&ny Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition ......Throo Coats. Br tho month .Thirty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., NOVEMBER 9, 180L Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It- CLEVELAND FOB A THIED TEEM. There fcud to be a cabinet officer who has somehow strained bis vision so as to see iu thegeaeral Democratic disaster a univer sal dBad for the leadership of Mr. Cleve land is 1686. Is this biting sarcasm or the sad, shrill note of a ouokoo ran mad? 'To whom shall we look forward to in 1S9G but Cleveland?" asks this perspicacious seer into tho future, as if the inquiry clinched tlio proposition. Woll, we should say, to anybody rather than the President. There may bo fools enough in the country to nominate ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 November 1894

. TILE TVASIlTSraTQK TOIES, FRIDAY, NOYEKBEK 9; 1894. LIDIE8, Hease tell your gentlemen friends about these bargains, viz: Mon'a T2M Bazor-toe Call Hals (sizes 5 to 10) for il . M Men's J4.00 Sample Shoes for $2.66. Men's $5.00 Sample Shoes Xor JS.50. j Then come and see what we will do ror you. Ladles' $8.00 Shoos for $aS5. Indies' $aS0 Shoes for $2 . Ladies' 56.00 Shoes f"r sSjSO. Several lots Ladles' i 00 and $1.00 Shoea (small sizes) at $1-50 por pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. They Are Going Fast. Mothers who nave not yet takon advantage of our creat money pavinc sale of BUYS and i ilIL DB&VsLITS and UVEKCOATS should not delay They are sell ing rapidly. Seldom do you pet an opportunity to buy garments euch as we are offering -on tho Tory threshold of winter for HALF THEIR VALUE. Thev are going at $2.33, 82.93' $S 4S. S3.SS, SH.4S. 3T e give tho "little folks a eleUh with every Suit or Ovorcoat Cable cars go by tue door. S. Bieber's Star Clothing Hou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 November 1894

THE W-ASHINGrTQiN" TIM.ES, FT? !! DAY, NOYEMBEE 9, 1894. 6 Fifteen Dollars Buys HERE a bet ter Suit of Clothes than the same amount will in any other store in town. If you don't think so, even after you have t bought one, return it and get your money. That is the principle upon which we do business. Satisfac tion or no sale. ' Don't forget the special sale of $2 and $t.$o Men's Derbys at $1.37 each. There were only 36 dozen and they wont be here long, judging from the number sold yester- Robinson, Gheru & Co,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. o--o--o-oo-o-so-o-civo Baby Bargains. I50 Infants' Long White Coats made of All-wool Cash mere, full shirred Cape, heavily em broidered in Silk. Extra full sleeves with deep cuff. Full wide Skirt, with wadded lining. ? Price, $2.25 ? As our INFANTS' DEPARTMENT i s $ situated aloof from all other stocks it is not 1 the least bit annexing Q to have Baby here with f vou to try on Gar- I ments. e DoiCt foi-get the 75c and $1.00 Wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 November 1894

. T-OL.l. 3TO. 237. WASHINGTON, D. O., SATURDAY MOEXOG, NOYEMBER 10, 1894 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT.' sU D m 3 n fi G3UTR0L OF THE SENATE It Yvlll Be Determined By Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona. FACTS THAT WERE OVERLOOKED Upon the Elections to Bo Held in These New Slates Next Year Will Depend the Polit ioal Complexion of the Upper Branch of Congress Forty-eight a Majority. A point that has beon overlooked in com putiag tbe poMtieal eom laxion of the next Senate is tbe admission of Utah with two rnited Stats Senator. The act of the last session of Congress admitting Utah provides that In Marefa, 1895. tbo constitutional con vention shall be bald. On tbe first Tuesday after tbe ferst Monday in November of that year tbe constitution is to bo submitted to the people aad if ratfSod and found by the Presi dent to be in accordance with tbe act he will issue a proclamation admitting Utah as a State. Th act ateo provides that a representative to the Fifty-fourth Congress shall be elected jit th sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 November 1894

THJffi WASHING TOIST TIMES, SATUKDAT, ifOTEMBER 10. 1S9. DALEY UNDER k CROSS FIRE Police Trial Board Probes Him for One Hour and a Half. A FAINT' IDEA II kI Popular Shopping )H I !? Place. 416 7th St. m? 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 to complete the line of colors, and offer the entire lot to you for kJtjC YAED. Come and see them. Also Storm Serges, all wool, navy SG-inches wide. YABD. Come and see them. gBSfflagamfcavswagrta GOOD OVERCOATS FOR LITTLE HONEY. We've made an unusually advantageous overcoat pur- chase which enables us to put a good overcoat on the backs of our customers fully $2 LESS THAN THEIR AC- TUAL VALUE. See those we're soiling for 10, 12 and $15 They aro warm, serviceable and cut In latest stylo. Why pay more and get less somewhere else? t-An all-wool BLACK CHEVIOT SUIT for 10 - tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 November 1894

- 7 'HJS WASBXNGTQIsr TIMES, SATURDAY, KOYJ3MBER 10. 1894. LUM'S SHOWING A SURPRISE At Loncj Odds Underwood's Horse Eas ily Defeated a Fair Field. W.IiOELL RECEIVED WARNING Judges Dissatisfied vnth. the Old Man's StaWe's Performance and Ho Was Cautioned to Look Out for the Future Pour Favorites Captured the Purses at St. Asaph Course. J. Underwood's horse Lum set the talent guessing yesterday by galloping home a -winner ol the mile race at the Alexander Island track. The juicy odds or 15 to 1 were at one time obtainable against his chances, the clos ing quotation being 10 to 1. On Thursday Lum -was heavily played, going to tho post at 4 to 5, but failed to get a place, finishing behind Markstono, Mickey B., and Litho graph. Yesterday he beat McKeever easily. Harry Manlove rode Lum in both races, and many backers of tho horse on Thursday will hereafter 6tRy off of Manlove's mounts when Ihey are favorites. Uoction -was taken by tho judges as to Lum's running, but 'William Lovcll whs c...

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

1'. TILE WASBXNGTOiN TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. TliB Washington Times fEVEKT DAT Di THE YEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The WashinQton Times Company TIMES BUILDING. FOGFnwnST CORNER l'rafNSYI.VAKIA AVEXOTI AND Tenth Stkeez Telephone EdltoriB.rRoorns, 481 Business Ofilce, 237. Price, Daily Edition... One Cent Sunday Edition f Three Cents. By the month.... Thirty-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, NOYEMBEB10, 169L Booming, Steadily; Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It POSTAL CENSOEEHIP AGAIN. Some time ago a fow enterprising mer caaats in this city decided to advertise their bneiness by giving away some userul present eaeh week. A plan was arranged in conjunction with The Times whereby certain numbers printed on the art supplement given away with the Sunday Times make the possessor ol the picture also the possessor of something from the stoek ot those enterprising merebnnts. The Truss acted as a medium in the mat ter, and furnished the merchants with a fair nnrtnonnblfisvstem o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 November 1894

THE WASHING T02T TIMES, SATTTBDAT, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. LKDIE8; nca6e tell your gentlemen friends about these bargains, viz: Men's J3.S0 Razor-toe Call Bals (sizes 5 to 30) for $1.96. , Men's $4.00 Sample Shoes for S2.G5. lien's 5.00 Sample Shoos lor 8.60. Then come and see what we will do for you. Ladles' $3 00 Shoos for $85. Ladies 2.50 Shoes for Sat 86. Ladles' J5.U) Shoes for 58 W. Several lots Lndies' S8 00 and $1.03 Shoe (small sizes) at $1.50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE .HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. --O -fiS-O -3 -O "- S- 0-5J- eves o- 9 LAY IN YOUR COAL ,.OM?. X You oan save from 25c to 53c. a ton by W doing sa Prompt deliver- is one of our V A priucl pal drawn g cards. Courtesy,clean- A V linefcs, full weigh and prompt personal y a atK-ntiouof all ojders. 'Phono us. e I ARTHUR B. SMITH, 1 $ W .TU &V1I TT STS. X W. W. ) ?. N.E. V E. I A MASS. AVE. and F ST?. X 'Phone 1077 4TU AMJ X eii. - ' V TU AMD 1 Sis. - Fimm&m Sizes, 4 to 15 Years. AT HALF ACTUAL VALUE, They a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1S94. 6 THAT BOY Of 3ours need new clothes again? Let US supply tbem this time, and while we can't promise that they will never wear out we'lli guarantee that they will give more satisfactory service than any one else's at the same cost Try ns and see. Good Suits, well made from RELIABLE WOOLEN FABRICS at $4, $4.75, $5, and $6, and up to the finest ever seen. Overcoats, too, at same range of prices and just as good values. Hats, Caps, and Furnishings of all kinds for Boys of all ages the only complete stock in town. None but reliable qualities, but at less than haber dasher's prices. Don't forget the WATCH, which is FREE with every cash purchase of io or more. Robinson, Chery 81 Co CLOTHES, HATS, TWELFTH AND oOO More J ,ame 9 esterday Of those Chil dren's $1.98 Eider down Coats made of ood quality Eiderdown in all the latest color ings -- Old Rose. Gray, Blue, Gar net, Brown, and Tan. Empire ef fect, with large sailor collars, trimmed wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

TIME VOL.1. O. 238. WASHTSTGrTOitf, D. C, SUNDAY MORIITG-, NOVEMBER 11', 1 1894 TWELVE PAGKES AND AET SUPPLEMENT. THREE CENTS. FAYORS AH ISSUE OF BONDS President Cleveland Wants the Treas ury Reserve Braced Up. DANGER IN OUTFLOW OP GOLD Government Income Insufficient to Eeplenish Probable Withdrawals for Export Issue to Be Made Before Congress Meets to Ciroumvent Any Possible Objections. There are strong indications that another issue of bond will be made during the com ing week. For cone time past t&e convictian has been cowing upon tne President that an issue of another 696,000,000 would soon be necessary, and on his return from Buzaard's Bay he ex j reesed to tbe members of his Cabinet his belief that the issue eould not be long delayed and that tbe sootier it was made the better. He saw the Treasury receipts constantly cowing less with no immediate prospect of a&ylatorable change. Already the gold re am. Lad reached a point 64,000,000 below tLi lowst point touched previo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

2 THE YASHINGrTO:N TIMES, SXJDAT, IT OTEMBEfi 11 x ALMOST CRAZED BY IAST MERCURY CROSSED THE SON LOCAL NEWS OF ALL SORTS 11 Popular Shopping toil Vtfs? Place. 416 7th Et g 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 6oc. yard. W e bought some new shades, so as to complete the line of colors, and offer the entire lot to you for 33c. YAED. Come and see them. Also Storm Serges, all wool, nary SB-inches wide. 3 a YABD. Gome and see them. GUARANTEED. SQUARE MARBLE AND GLASS STANDS, CENTER MARKET. GOOD OVERCOATS FOR LITTLE MONEY. "We've made an unusually advantageous overcoat pur- chase which enables us to . put a good overcoat on the backs of our customers fuliy 82 LESS THAN THEIR AC- TUAL VALUE. See those we're celling for 610, $12 and $15 They are 'warm, - serviceable and cut In latest style. Why pay more and get less somewhere else? CSTAn all-wool BLACK CHEVIOT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

T3EEE WASBXFTGrTCm TIMES. STJNDATT, 2JrOT"EMBER 11, !894. Let III'' " -'l J5aU L B.Mi) im I fmi I . ? ML Wiry not stop paying tribute, and let us save you 25 per cent, on your clothing bills. Parker, Bridget k Co., WasMngfsn's Largest "Exclusive" Clothing Housa, 315 M Street N. W. CLIPPED THE TIGERS' CLAWS University of Pennsylvania Obtained a Great Victory Over Princeton. SCORE WAS TWELVE TOXOTHIXG Wearers of the Bed and Bias Outplayed the Orange and Black Boys in Their Annual Foetfcall Goatest Prinseton Hover Had a Chance to Beat the Qjxakor Team. Tbbkson X. J.. Nov. 10. The stalwart'sons of old Penn to-day clipped the claws of the Princeton Tigers by the score of 12 to 0. It was h glorious triumph for the red and blue, and plaees Pennsylvania in the very front Bank of the football world. Where the sturdy ath'etes of ancient Yale had failed and given up cbatnrnoui-hip honors, Pennsylvania at tacked. ( raebtag through and breaking asunder that hitherto invincible line they carried ...

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

THE WASHXNGrTO'JIff TIMES, STOTDAY, KOTEMBBR 11, 1894. The Washington Times (ETIBT DAT EC TSX TZIZ) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TQEESBUrLDIKa. Eoirmiui1 OOKNix PrxxerLTASiA AvxNtn jlj.t Trent Erzxrr, Telephone EflltorUl Booms, 485. Business OXS.cc, 237. Trlce.D&iIy Edition .. One Cent Eunaay Edition..: ......Thrae Cents. J3y tho month Thirty-flve Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C, NOVEMBER 11, 1894. Booming, Steadily 'Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch lb A PREACHER'S UPS AND DOWNS. By the pastor of the Ninth Street Christian Church. Our human life bas its varieties. The road clone -which, we travel is not a smooth, lovel road, but has its ruts and jolts, its hills and vallejs. To-day is bright "with anticipation, to morrow is dark with disappointment; one hour we are down, grappling with failure, the next we are dizzy with success; to-day wo amg the songs of hope and of joyous oonfl dence, to-morrow our songs are dirges of de spair. Everybody has his ups and...

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