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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

THE YVASmiN'GKrOlN" T331ES, SUNDAY, NOTE3IBEE 1, 1894. 5 LRDIE8, Please ten yoar gentlemen friends about these bargains, vis Men's .60 Raaor-to Calf Bals (rises 5 to 10) tor fcl 86. Men e i4.0 Sample Shoes tor ft 64 Hon a S&.M Sample Shoes tor $8.50. Then coac ani see what we will do for you. Ladles 58 00 Shoes fer J2.S3. Ladies S&ao Shoes for S2.S5. ladles JS.00 Sho for M.50. Several iota Ladies' IS and $1.00 Shoes (emaU eUee) at 51-50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. gi9- F Street Drop a Postal Or telephone 1754 we'll promptly answer. The lowest price we quote on GOOD coal is $4. Z5. Best order now no telling how soon the price will go up, but you can depend on us for lowest prices. Thos. W. Riley, WffiSJ FOOT 11TH AD 12TH tT& & W. TELEPHONE, 1754. ! NO IMDGtlOD I $ needed. Come alone 9 $ just pick out FURNI- 9 9 TURE3 CARPETS, V f DRAP E RI ES, 9 ? STOVES, to any V $ amount you want our y Equitable Credit t System I k Will trust you and take J your p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

fiXAi-) roxi.xxujLUJ. 'AjJk,bs yu'JSMAX, Jn U V JbJxlUiiii 11, IbU-i. ' AOTBEMEKTS. ACADEMY TO-MORROW NIGHT AND PANTOMIMIC jH A j A W 1 A Magnificent Scenery. Gorgeous Transformations. SEE THE GREAT BILLIARD MATCH. Next Week. KATE CLAXTON and MADAM JANAUSCHEK ew National Theate Annual Advent of the Famous ir nr H-nr mf N hJ M- -A H .Za4. .Mk. A Jf MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS and SATURDAY MATINEE, THURSDAY EVENING ONLY, A Romantic Opera on the Courtship of Miles Standish. evS. FATINITZA. Prices, 25c, 50c, $1.00, and $1.50. Next week JOSEPH JEFFERSON. EXTRA NEW NATIONAL THEATER. WEEK OF NOVEMBER 19. HOrDAT, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, AND SATURDAY MATINEE, RIP VAN WINKLE. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATUEDAY EVENINGS, Cricket on the Hearth and Lend Me Five Shillings. SALE OF SEATS WILL A XBAUQH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE .XX Edward H. Alien .Manager. Tie most handful The Brooklyn Next-week v AMUSEMENTS. National Lyceum Course. Announces the foUowins engagements fiefl- nitely ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

THIS WASHXNG TOM TIMES, STJST D AY, jS O VEMBElt 11. 1694. BULLS HATO1G THEIR FUN itimoror a Government Bond Issue Gave Them Their Chance. JTOCKS WERE FREELY BOUGHT tears .mace a Said Wlnon Cauied a Tempo rary Boprossion, bat a Sally Took Place Quickly Market Closed at an Advance, Sanding as Eiga as S Per Cent Hew Yobk, Nov. 10. Tlie moving influence a Walt street to-day "was the reported inteu lon of the Koverntnent to issue a $50,000,000 mn. Despite the denials of the report in the roes dispatches from Washington, leadinp ankers are inclined to the opinion that a ovornroeet loan is in contemplation, and iat the official announcement of the fact 111 be made possibly as early as next week, fte traders on the stoet exchange accepted .e story as fact, aad bought stocks freely on he strength of the theory that it would trenRthea tho general financial situation jx& consequently would cause an apprecia Jon in share values. M tho opening of the Stock Exchange there its vary Rood buyin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

THIS WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1894. THAT BOY Of yours need new clothes again? Let US supply them this t time, and while we can't 'promise that they will never wear out well guarantee that they will give more satisfactory service than any one else's at the same cost Try us 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 hut reliable qualities, but at less than haber dasher's prices. Don't forget the WATCH, which is FREE with every cash purchase of $10 or more. Robinson, Chery & Co CLOTHES, HATS, FURNISHINGS, TWELFTH AND F STREETS. - -p-0---4& Not a Of Time w By any means. It is Time saved. Come right to us when you want "Waist" values. This Silk Waist either in Plain Black or Black and White Stripe, Shirred Front and Back, with ver...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

THE WASHXNGrTOiN TIMES, SUNDAY, BTGVEMBEH 11, 1894. ONE WQMHN'8 NIGHT RIDE KmiB IMhaway's Thrilling Experience on Hn Express Train's LocomotiUe. MYSTERIES OF "THE PENNSYLVKNIR' "While Snooding through the Darkness the Engineer 1 Relates Grueful Experiences, and Anne's Courage Gravitates toward the Zero Point Her Slender Hands Grasp the Bit? Shovel and She learns the Toilsome Duties of the Fireman "Engines Have Moods," Says the Captain of tho Cat, ".and Sometimes They Sulk" Scooping Up "Water for the Boiler Night Scones and Incidents The Arrival in Washington. "Take a night ride from Baltimore to Wash ington oa an engine." That is the assignment the managing edi tor of The Times suggested to mo one day last week. "Bo you dare do it?" "was the question he asked. "Dare? I dare do all that does become a newspaper woman," I answered. " 'Who dares do more, is none!' " So that is how it came to pass that a certain late train that pullod out of Baltimore Satur day night carried me in its ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

1FB WASHING-TOW TIMES, SUNDAY, WOVJLMBER 1 L. IS94. JO J fe?,l She changes in the National Guard out lined in this ootanm some weeks ago are oomiag. The National Bifiee trill be mas tered Into the Second Battalion just as soon as the details can be arranged by Gen. Ord way and. Oapt. Oyster. Companies B and D of the Seeoad Battalion will be tranferred to the Third Battalion, which will hereafter be known as the High School Battalion, and la the f stare membership in this battalion Tfifl depend on the previous service of the appli cant in the High School Regiment. A new major will be selected for the Third Battalion, some one -who has had some connection with the High Sofeool eadets, and the first vacant majority alter this will be filled by Oapt. James W. Oyster, of the Rifles. Ttoe Kaiional Rifles have for sometime been intending to join the District Gn&rd, bat the property interests of the company held some of the members back. All these diflerenoes have been arranged and the ...

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

THE WASBODN&TOiN" TIMES, SUNDAY, !N OYEZtfKER 11, 1894. 11 o The Renewal BrE. P. Bexson. England boasts half a hundred country houses more magnificent than Peveril, but it would be bard to namo one more charmingly situated, or laore typically English. Du mesne, in bis "County History of Cornwall," published in 1771, and dedicated with per mission, to big mos gracious majesty, George -II, gives several engravings of it, and re .mls. at some length, the history of the Pover 1, who had Mved tbero, be tells us, niece .ae reign of Queen Elisabeth. Sir Vivian 5eeril, knight, built the bouse, and Queen Jess ono honored it by sleeping tbero. -Ie wa a. great favorite of hers and t ie mated that she played on the .-piuet, to the delectation of him, his n ife, and the guest assembled, after din ger that evening. Under George IL, the lonor of a baronetey was conferred ujxmi the then head of the family, and in 1766 tbo son I the nret baronet wa created ltaron reveril y Geoqge 1IL. to whom, a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 November 1894

12 rjLjjLJ2i Vv't.oii.xK'Cx TGl-i TiltiUJ, SU.M DAYj i GVJuJixIilxi 11, 1S-"J-. I Erv. isaac -vr. castee. CHURCHES OF WASHINGTON The WorK Done liv Mfc Vernon Place Methodist Episcopal South. A GROWING CONGREGATION It Has Already Established Two Branches, Is Starting a Third, and "Wants a Fourth The St. Johannis German Evanolical Lutheran Church Service in Geraan. f4,We are growing so rapidly that we will have to look up another good place for a mission,'1 said Be v. Isaae W. Canter, pastor of tho aiount Vernon Mace Methodist Episco pal Cburc i South, in a conversation with a Txsies representative. "We already have started two branches which are now flourish ing churches, Epworth m East Washington and Marvin in South Washington. The third branch is being started at Del Bay, the suburban town between Washington and Alexandria. A month ago we organteed a Sunday-sebool in the dining room of Isaae D. Arnold, a member of Mount Vernon Church, living there. We now have a school of forty-fou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 November 1894

--'- fv&-zsf3fy jnrr"' - H-JS-T-fsf "-:--War9-iV'?!5pJM.''rC',A,t '?jy,9iJ!sw- "y" ' 1,"t -s-itjf'- ( "vT TOL.l. "O. 339, WASHI2STGT02ST, D. C.f MONDAY MOKiNTlSrGr, NOVEMBER 12, 1S94 SIX PAGES. 02s"E CENT. - KfwWrWgKS' a t a fNl "wti ir "t ir ren "& "" yij fjj an M yw m -""sa y W -a- JUl. Wsr !. Jif M Jfeb 1 1 Ifcfl ,, JL. 13 FtW-JM ii HP .I.,, .fr1 CHAIRMAN WILSON DENIES Has Ket Been Asked by the President to Be Olnev's -Successor. HIS TALK POR PUBLICATION To a Kew York Taper the Exponent of tho Lew Sfcsiff Doctrine Says That the Demo cratic Befeat Was Bac to a General Feel lag ef laiwtrial Discontent Everywhere. Oaionsmsa WMHsm L. Wilson, of West Vlcsfakt. hwe beea in the city for the past few daps sad has beea fte closely engaged dur ing tfeettlioein lite private room, at No. U3t Eleventh tree$ northwest. f IPorsfce pnetmontk, or up to the election, be -was one of tbe central figures in national politics as be teas in national legislation dur ing the last session of Congr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 November 1894

THE WASnDsTGTOST TIMES, MONDAY, 3STOVlMBEE 12, 1894. ' Popular Shopping h j Place. 41G7thSt- S Another Important Item of News. Money saving alwajs. 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 3-ou for YARD. Come anil see them. Ale Stoma Series, aH wool, avy SC-iactae wide. 30c. YARD. Come and see them. 6UARJWTEED. SQUARE 31AEBLE AKD GLASS STANDS, CENTER MARKET. $1 BUYS Our Finest Lenses In Hard Rubber and Pol ished Steel Frame EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES. McAllister & Co., OPTICIANS. 1S11P Street N. W. (Next to gun Blag.) m"jmMikmmm&mm: IWe Never Yet Failed lo Cure R U I r t u I R E A single case of ItrPTTKE -sro'Ta undertaken. The ROBERTS IRO Cb J6 unlike all other treatments, which only afford a teinjKrary re lief. Our curee are permanent. No knife is used. Fauents not detained from bnfiiuo& Consn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, KOYEMBEE 12: 1894. 3 CRISP SPORTING COMMENT Uumors of St Asanti Track Cutting 'Loose from tlie Jocltcy Club. I'ROMISB'OP ALL WINTER RACING Owing lo the TJnoertain Outlook in Hew York State for the Turf, Indications Arc the Jookoy Club Has Outlived Its Usefulness and May Bo Given the Go-by Very Soon. It wlU not le at all surprising if the Yir Riniaarockoy Olub officials out loose from the Jockey Cteb and race all winter at the St. Asaph track. Since the election, when New York State voted for the constitutional amendment prohilrfting pool-selling or book making, the racing people are very much perturbed as to the future in New York. Un der ti license granted by the Jockey Club, the meeting at St. Asaph must close on No vember 80, bat recently an application was made for qne month's extension. The stow Erds of the Jockey Club met in New York on Saturday, but as far as reported did not con sider tbe application. Neither did they take up the ease of W. Wood...

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

: y r THE WASBXNGrTOlN TIMES, MONDAY, XOVEMBEB 12, 1894. The Washington Times fflVEKT DAT TUB TEXTS) , OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TDIES BUILDING, f obthwest CORNER Penkstltania atencx and Trxra Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 481 Business Office, 337. rricc, H.y Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tlio month Thirty-fire Conts. WASHINGTON, D. 0., NOVEMBER 12, 1894. Booming, Steadily Booming. ' THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It. AS TO VENAL NEWSPAPERS. Bev. Alexander Kent is usually very exact and accurate in his statements, but be mado a slight mistake yesterday when, in his dis course, he stated that all newspapers sold their opinions. He failed to perceive any dif ference, he Eaid, between the venality of such newspapers and that of the men who sell their votes. If Dr. Kent will pardon us lor correcting him, we would say that not all newspapers sell their opinions. In fact, no honest news papordoes. When n newspaper's opinions are for sale, t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 November 1894

THE TFASHrN-GTOST TIMES, 3I03STDAT, NOVEMBER 12, 1894. V r LRDIE8, Please tell your gontlomon friends about these bargains, viz: lion's je.68 Jl&zer-toe Calf Bals (sizes 5 to 30) for $1.98. , Men's $1.09 Sample Shoes for S2.Ga lion's $6.09 Sample Shoes lor JS.M. Then come and sec what wc will do For you. Ladles' $8.00 Shoes for $35. Ladir' &.m Shoes forSS.6G Lndlw' . Sh8 fr $ Several lots Ladles' 58 00 and $1.03 Shoes (small stees) it &.JQ per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street Drop a Postal Or telephone 1754 we'll promptly answer. The lowest price we quote on GOOD coal is Sa.. Best order now no telling how soon the price will go up, but 3Tou can depend on us for lowest prices. Thos. W. Riley, (tK) FOOT 11TH AND 12THSTS.S.W. TELEPHONE, 17M. ? NQ UltlOfllibtlUU ! needed. Come alone 9 just pick -out FURNI- ? , TURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES, V STOVES, to any 9 amount you want our v I Equitable I Credit f I System ? A Will trust 3'ou and take & your promi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 November 1894

Y s THE WASHING TOK T1MJES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1894. Overcoatislij' eli? Come in to-day and get a new one. One which will be all 3011 could ask for. Sty lish, dressy, reliable, perfect-fitting, and reasonable in price. Good honest winter -weight coats as low as olO better ones at 312, $!5, $18, and 320 and the finest, dressiest, and most fashionable ones in town at $25, $30, $35, and np to $50. Ask to see the FLEECE HEALTH UNDERWEAR. The lightest and most comfortable un derwear made. Will eventually supercede all other makes. We are sole Washington agents, and carry a full line of all grades from $1.25 per gar ment up to $9.50 per suiL We also have it in ladies' and chil dren's vest and pants and combination suits. Robinson, Ghenji Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. $10-50 "Will buy a gold-filled hunting case, Walthein or .Elgin stem-winding Ettteer Ladies' or Gent's size. Tfetetea chnee to obtain a thor oughly reliable watch at a moderate prio. We guarantee) thes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 November 1894

nPTTWTT5 i g A Ja JU-JU ELja "VOIi.l. 3STO. 240. WASHINGTON D. C, TUESDAY MOE2TING-, NOYEMJBER 13, 1894 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. Report of President Cleve land's Strike Commission. RAILROADS USURPED POWER General Managers' issc-iration Had Hb Legal Warrant for Its Acts. PULLMAN POLICY VENTILATED 7hon tho Corporations Eefused to Treat with. Representatives of Labor Unions They Utoiod the Door to Poacefnl Settle moat No Evidence that Any of the A. B. U. L&adors Counseled Intimidation or Violence Kecommesnation that a Federal Arbitration Commission Be Created and tie OMtrt Be Given Fewer to Enforce Its DeeisioRS An Earaest Flea Made to Treat the Workingmon Fairly. OfHCMO, Nov. 12. The United States gov eraweBt report oa tbegreat railway strike in GOtmeetioa with the Pullman trouble was made public to-day. The report, which is signed by the Federal labor commissioner, Carroll D. Wright, and his fellow investi gators, John D. Earnan, of New York, and NidholasE. Worthington, of Illinouis,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 November 1894

TH3S WASHINGTON TJ3IES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1894. OUR -"GKALLEHGE" TREE Because wo challenge any one to offer as great value for the same money. It is made of Solid Oak, with brass trimmings and bevoled plate minor, and costs only THIS IS WHAT WE OFFER IN THE WAY OF A Chamber Suite, fiolfcfl Oat, three pieces, with hair mattress and woven wire spring, all complete, for $22. THINK OF IT! ladies' Oak Writing Desks GRACEFUL, PRETTY, AND USEFUL. We have lust recoired fifty Ilerwood & Bro.'s cekmit4BABr CARRIAGES, all designs and colors, xrera $5 Up. Gor. of 7th and D Sts. N. W. You can best judge Clothing by comparison. Suppose you take a look at the Overcoats selling around town and nolo the prices then come to US and examine those stylish well made 'warm and ser ice able KERSEYS we are felling for $10, $12, and 15. We wi.l abide by your aecision. If ours is not THE BEST FOR THE LEAST MOSEY we won't ex pect you to buy. What could oe fairer ? tUTWe also sell the best $10 Suits in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 November 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAT, ISOVEjIBEE 13. 1894. WISHERS AT LOHG PRICES Alexander Island Talent Had Fair Re turns ror Their Investments. JENNIE T. FROVED A SURPRISE The Sharon Stable's Tilly Showeu. Her Heels te the Balance of tne lot Much to the As tMifihraent of Many Jockey Gri n Had a Geed Day at St Asaph The Details. Tiwwe -was a Rood attendance yesterday at the Akcimdor Island oourse and the eight lookoHers had plenty of business to banulo. The mt were in fairly good form, as three favorites woe, the other events goins to out siders. TIm trok was fair, but the time made only ordinary. Mike Daly had not been hnv ing the beat ofluck of late, but yesterday he got even by pulling off two good things in BeeeomerandJir McLaughlin. Jacic Wynne showed he was an extra good colt by picking up weight and defettinga fair field. The last time OHt Jennie T. was heavily played to win but failed. Yesterday, at h to 1. die simply galloped away from the other oMtie opposed to her. Summaries:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1894. The Washington Times ffivsuT Dat Tin: Teiw OWNED AND ISSUED DT The Taslnnton Times Company TIMES BUILDES'G. foetnwest cokjjek 1enxkyvji avexe- and Tenth Str Telephone Editorial Rooms, 481 Business Offlco, S37. Trice. Dally Edition .. One Cent Sunay Edition Three Cents. Bj the month Thlrtj-flre Cents WASHINGTON, D. C, NOYEMBER 13, 1S9L Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It. LABOR EXONERATED. The text of tho report of the strike commis sion, given in oar nows columns this morn inR, is a oawplete vindication of organiaed la bor ad an export deaunciation of tho meth ods paraded by that rolling-stock trust, de nominated tfee General Managers' Associa tion. It is significant that this calm, judicial weighing of the situation has resulted so dis astrously for our conservatively opinionated editorial brethren. "Tbr e no ovidonco before tho commis bion that the oflieers of tho American Rail way Union at any time part...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 November 1894

TEGS WASHXNaTOiN T13SLKS, TDESDAr,HOYEMBEE 13, 1894. LRDIE8, nonso tail your gentlomen frionds about those bargains, vie I MenStW) Hasor-toe Call liais isizoso w ;-.' ior .vo. Wen's S.0 Sample Shoes for S2.65. M one 56.09 Sample dboee lor J8.69. Tlicn con.c and sec wbai wc will do for you. Ladies' 98 60 ijhoes for $&S5 Ladiee' S8.B0 Shoes lor tS Ladies' S&.00 ShOflu for 60. Several lota ljulies' tOO aad 81.03 Shoes (email uw) at $1.50 per pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street Furnish Now For Winter! Keermlnd tlie money we'll fix that part of tlie transaction in a way that will ntoaee vou immensely our way of glv iBC credit pJereseYerytHdv It's because w GIVE it . don't sell it. You cau obm ber o. everything you neod Carpets Furniture -Stoves, && iwy lis a IttUe luooey weekly or monthly no uotee no interest no thin g but a promise. Free For All! Yodll And a prise mark on every arti cle to our stock Hi plain figures -it's the ca -prtce-or the eredit p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1894. IP Ll JQLtO Overcoatistj eh? Come in to-c and get a new one. One which will be all 3'ou could ask for. Sty lish, dressy, reliable, perfect-fitting, and reasonable in price. ..Good honest winter weight coats as low as 10 better ones at $12, SI5, $18, and $20 and the finest, dressiest, and most fashionable ones in town at $25, $30, $35, and up to $50. ' Ask to see the FLEECE HEAOTH UNDERWEAR. The lightest and most comfortable un derwear made. Will eventually supercede all other makes. We are sole Washington agents, and cany a full line of all grades from $1.25 per gar ment up to $9.50 per suit. We also have it in ladies' and chil dren's vest and pants and combination suits. Robinson, OhBru A Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. "Will buy a gold-Ailed hunting case, Waltnam or Elgin Btem-irinding EHher Ladles' or Gent's size. This is a chance to obtain a thor-oeWj- reliable watch at a moderate prioe. We guarantee those goo...

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