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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1894. 11 Clarence. BY B1UBT HASTE. (Copyright, 184, by Bret Harte.) TAItT 1 ClIilTKK 1. S Clarence Brant, president of the BoblesLaud Company and husband of the rich widow of John Peyton, of the Kobles ranch, mingled with the outgoing audionce of the Cosmopolitan Then tor at Sen Francisco ho elicited the -usual smiling nods and recognition due to his good looks and good fortune. But as he hurriedly slipped tlironch the still lingering winter's ram into the smart coupe that was awaiting him and gave the order "home" the word struck him with a peculiarly ironical signifi cance. His home was a handsome one and lacked nothing in appointment and comfort, but he had gone to the theater to evade its hollow loneliness. Nor was it becunse his wife was not there, for he bad a miserable conscious ness that the temporary absence had nothing io do with his homelessness. The distraction of the theater over, that &ull. vague, but aching sense of lonoj...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 November 1894

'J HE WASBTJS&TON" TIMES, STJNDAT, MOVEMBEH 25,1894. A f ESI H LABOR CIRCLES The 25& Anniversary of tlie Knights ta Be Ccfcrtod To-dav. A ADDKESS BY PAUL I30WEN Bis Them "Vll Se U) Proprasc of the Or ganicatia ia TweaCy-Sve Years Arnica -Me Belatfees Between the 3rm of X. J)yrefirth sad Organized Labor. MERTOXK FOK ntlS WRBK. 8QNB.rMHUr, 11 OOMWK. VK1HJ f. Dr Kent, fwph'e Chun tf. Typagrajibtoal Temple firtjact. XaJffa at Ler. WKBAY KTHNt-Vd, 70, I aul T. Bowe. Typegrotihteal Tomple Sub ject. "What taber orgatifaattoas nave aeeora-ini-she " I. A KatK'iK.of Ii. TypcerlJciU Temple. MOttBAV, aOVBMBim 3. 1. A Mil, K. f L Ptaelarais, riaatarer' Hal!, Koor-aad--teal( tftttttrt and lwiiMQifmia in cniie L A. 104, K. of iU BakeM? Driven. Btmeb'b Hall, SH Ugpm rt. I A 17. K. f U TniHMiUw, fVlWCP Temple L. I 19$ Hwttteffcoefl t CwrfxvateK ad Joiners, K. C K flail, S Twatftb re Berth et ) ederattea of Lafcar W tftrere' Hail, Foor an t-a-kalietreot wxl PeeajrlvaaU avenue. VBSMKBAT. MWW ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 November 1894

'HPTT i V niwr 4 YXXL.l. 3TO. 253. WASH33TGrTO"s D. C.t MOjSTDAT MOEJSTSTGr, NOVEMBER 26, 1S94 SIX PAG-ES. ONE CENT. POSf-WICE AID POLITICS PostHwsbr Gcaeral Bissell Thinks Tby Should Be Dissociated. RESTING ON THEORY OF SPOILS b a Step to the Gsnoral Application of the CivS Service System to the Postal Service the ENge'of a Sill Now Pending is Omgraee Is Strsngly BocommoHdod. Postmaster Oeoeral Btoetl hassflbmUtodto tbe President bis annual report for the fiscal year ended Jane SO, 1894. The most inter esting gad newt slgnlnoaut portion of that re lates to lite erteasJon of tbe civil service sys tem in the Post-office Department. On this head Mr. Bteeelt says in part: "It a system which relieves tbo appointing officer of the department of a great harden, which protecte the service by requiring a rea sonable test f competency before the ap pointment is made, sad which assures the appointeee that his tenure will be undis turbed as long as his efficiency and good be havior eooinae. ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 November 1894

THE -WASHING-TOM' TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBEB 26, 1834: DYING FROM SAYAGE CDTS 'Bud" CostcIIo Mortally Hurt h "Skccter" Johnson and Others. HIS FACE CARVED WITH A RAZOR He Had Beon Lured Into Johnson's Yard and There Assaulted and Sicked in thB Abdo men Biseovered "Weltering in His Blood by His Mother His Assailants at Large. On a bed in the seeond-story back room of the Loose at the northeast corner of Seaoud and G streets southwest, occupied as a saloon bj Mrs. Nellie McDonald, lay Patrick Costello last night in n dying condition from the of fects of terrible rasor slashes about the face and kicks in the abdomen. The young man is familiarly known among his associates as "Bud," and his wounds.vrcre inflicted by 'Skeeter" Johnson and several other colored men who bad waylaid him early in the morning. "Bud" Costello 'tends bar for Mrs. Mc Donald, who is his sister, and is about twenty-four years old. He is married and lives at Fifth and Q streets northwest. Mrs. Costello, the mother, liv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 November 1894

. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1894. CRISP SPORTING COMMENT lows: Loft end. T. Murphy; loft tacklo, DavlB; Icrt guard, Murkwood; center, Green; right mlnrH Qlinali,,. ..(..lit fnil'l. XITt..nnlf1. rfivllf .WiW Order- Your Coal By 'Phone. We mako prompt dolivory a "f oaturo" of our business A postal will bring it Pea Coal SUOaton. Shnmokin $5.75 a ton. ARTHUR B. SMITH, 4TH AND I STS. N. E. MASS. AVE. and F ST. N. E. V'PhonelOTT OTH AND K STS. N. W. If you want a SOc. Dinner for 50c. then our BOc. Dinner will afford 'ju you that satisfaction that only an exquisitely cooked and served meal can give. Try it. HOTEL EMRICH, The Avenue, Bet 4 1-2 and 6th Sts. uuu. uarrison; qunricrunui;. icon; ieii, uiu, Hussoy; right half, Duffy; fullback. Williams, It Has Become Nothing Certain as to the Ontlooh for the St Asaph Mccthifl. BIG FIELDS AT THE ISLAND 1W I! th ill Plenty of Horses at tie Two Virginia Tracks and tho 7oather Soeps Suitable for Rac ing Celambia Athletic Club Is Fav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 November 1894

THE WASHING TOItf TIMES, MOSTDAX, XOJEMBEE 26. IS94. 3 The Washington Times fEVEET DAT IN THE YZAX) OWKBD AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TMBS BUILDING, rjethwest Comtek Penxstlv.a-u. Avenue and TBS.TH STIlECt Telephone Editorial Rooms, 435. Ihifiicess Ofilce, 237. Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ..... .Three Cents. By the mata..... Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0M NOVEMBER 26, 188L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Americas Hooso 7th St. and Pa. ave. nw. Aiiioglou. The Vt.ave. andHstnw. ifhno,Th - ..MUmndKste. nw. Toon.D LiOo. S3Gsljiw. Lbjitt House . Uth and Fstt. nw. vane ..S5tfaDdOBte. nw. graham, Chaa. H ISSOSSdst nw. euenther. Kelson 809 F Bt. nw. gage, Hermann ....21S8P- aw.nw. Ball, John W 807 G bc aw. Ball, Shoemaker 8th and E ste. so. Hamilton, The.... ltit and K ste nw. Eaves, J. K SW H St. nw. 8odg8, K. B 1MSP&. ve. nw. lohnson Hotel 18th and E fete. nw. fovce, G. W 1706 Pa. amn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 November 1894

THE "WASHXNG-T02JT TITLES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1894. R 83,50 8alB. For a few days S3.50 will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing prloed shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's $6.00 Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several styles. Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' $5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. T. RICH, 919 R St They are the Best. WHOLESALE ONLY. 944 La. Ave. TELEPHONE 293. L Make a List of The Furniture And Carpets you Need Get the Lowest prioes You can find in Any cash store In Washington Bring this Hst Here, and we WIH duplicate Quality and Price on No notes to sign no interest to pay nothing but a promise, and a little money weekly or monthly. You'll find our prices marked In plain flgurea-tuey are cash or credit as you please. We make and lay all carpet free of cost. No charge for waste in matching figures. Boab or Haircloth Tarlor Suite ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 November 1894

THE "WASHING-TON TIMES, HOjSTDAT, NOVEMBER 2H, LS94. lQMi Want a new Overcoat now sure. Make up your mind what style you want, what price you care to pay, look all over town, then come here and bu'-, for we'll guarantee to give 'ou finer, better made and better fitting garments for your money than an3r other dealer in town. Paddock Coats, Cape Coats, Long Cut, double and single breasted oversacks, Ulsters, Inverness Coats, and all other popular styles are HERE in all reliable qualities, from $10 up. A specially big variety at $15 and $20. Better Coats than other stores get $20 and $j5 for. Robinson, Chery 8t Co., Clothes, Hats, and Furnishhings, Twelfth and F Sts. Are down this week. We've put a good article at a price that'll convince you all that it's cheaper to have a chiffonierjat our prices than to go with&ut one. 6-drawer Oak Chiffonier, brass trimmings - - - $8.35 5-drawer Oak Chiffonier, brass trimmings - - - $6.85 5-drawer Oak Chiffonier, French bevel plate mirror, oval...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 November 1894

TIMES TOL.l. lifO. 254. WASHIGTOIT, D. C, TUESDAY MOKOTjSGI-, NOYEMBER 27, 1S94 SIX PAG-ES. OjSTE CEKT. DINGMAH IS OK THE Wfflfi Constables Are Looking for Him but May Not Be Able to Find Him. 1LL LIKELY BE HOME TO-DAY In Charge of a Detective "Who Will Help to Get Him Out of Town Walked Out of tho Station, but There Is Nothing to Show That the Bail Bend Had Been Satisfied. Special to The Times. Pxttsbcbg, Ta., Nov. 26. Hnrrison Ding man, president of the Fidelity Building, Loan and Investment Association, will probably re turn to Washington to-morrow a'tornoon, un less constables, now looking for him, And lum. He was released from the Central po lice station this afternoon, and at 9 o'clock to-night was at a hotel in tho custody of a detective, who had orders to keep him out of the way of the constables. Attorney George Walker, who arrived from "Washington, is hustling around trying to And oomebody who will go security for Mr. Ding man. As soon as the security is received tho detec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 November 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, TTJESDAT, NOVEMBER 27, 18!)4. REMEDY AGAINST FRAUDS Government Inspection of Local Building and Loan Associations. HONEST COMPANIES FAVOR IT Dishonest Corporations Would Suspend Operations if Thoroughly Investigated Expressions of Opinion by Well-known Officials Safeguards Are Heeded. "Honest companies would not fear an offl clal government inspector; but disbonost ones would not only stand in dread of such an officer, but would, probably, suspend opera tions if thoroughly investigated. Prom both of those points of view I regard an inspection not only as a necessity, in the light of busi nols requirements, but also as a public bone factor. "What more oould you -want than that a place should bo created and filled by a man wtoo rrould be a necessity and a benefactor?" These expressions of opinion were in reply to the question by a Times' reporter yester day to a building and loan association man whether it would be desirable for Congress to provide for the Distr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1S94. SPfflDEAGLED HIS HORSES Scstus Galloped Home Far in Advance of the Other Starters. FURSE TEMPORARILY WITHHELD Alexander Island Officials Want Owner Kel ly to Prove the Identity of Eoxtns Before Paying Over the Winnings The Crowd andBettine Were Good Tract Very Fast. BIr Holds Svere the rule yestordny at the Alexander Island course, and the attendance was good, with betting lively. . The track was fast, Bextus winning the first race in a gallop, going the half mile in 47 seconds. If be had been pressodno doubt he would have broken the timer's watch, let alono Geraldine's world's mark of 46 eeconds. Owing to tne consummate oase with which Eextus won the officials withhold the purse until the owner of the horse, Mr. Eolly, can prove the horse's identity. Mr. Holly has sent for William Hayward. the former owner, to corroborate his statement Soxtus' pre vious start was at Jerome Park. He is a bay seldiag, six years old, by Long Taw out of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 November 1894

a THE WASLTIInG-TOH TIMES, TUESDAY, NQ-EMBER 27. IS94. The Washinflton Times lEVEKT DAT IN THE YE4IU OWNED AND ISSUED Dt The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. eoctiiwest corker I'eksstxvaxia Avenue xkd Tenth Steeex Telephone Editorial Rooms, 43V EuBlnetsOfilco.M. , rricc. Daily S&Uen .One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Br the month Thlrt?-flvo Cants. WASHINGTON, D. O., NOVEMBER 27, 189L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and newsstands: American House 7th st. and Pa. ave. nw. Arlington. The ...... Vt. ae. and 11 st nw. CorlirtHi.The 11th and K sta,' nw. Coon. D i&Oo esjGstnw. I.bbilt House 14th and Pats, nw. Lvnb lth andOete. nw. Graham, Cbas II J20ttdst nw. iunUter, Neteoa. 6CM P at. nw. Rage, Hermann SIM Pa. ave. nw. Ii&ll, John W 807 G St aw. Ball, Shoemaker 8th and K. ats. so. HamiHoe, The Utli and Iv nw. Hayee, J. K JWJIstlivp. Bodges, K. It ISIS Pa. ave. aw. Johnson Hotel 18th and Ems. nw. Jovce, G. W 1W6 Pa. ave...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 November 1894

. THE WASHIiNGTOlSr TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 189ft. R 8.50 Sale, For a low days S3.SO will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing: priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's S6.00 Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several styles. Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' S5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F. St Ilerooved to Opposit Corner. C. AUERBACH 5 Saxony Wool German Hand-knit Jackets, Sl.4-9. Parties who ha c been wearing my Jackets the j ast 22 years can bo sup plied 'Ritn now sleeves. All colors, all sizes, all grades tip AtAUERBACH'S New Domestic Sewing Ma chine and Art Rooms. 800 7TH ST. N. W. COR H. (Opposite Old Stand.) ! WASH. B. WILLIAMS, Cor. 7th and D Sts. N. W. f Our display of Goods suitable for Christmas Presents will be g larger and far more interesting V this year than ever before. As an inducement (if one is neces- sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 November 1894

G THE "WASHnsGTQK TXIMJGS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1894.' A heavy Ulster if you in tend to see the football game on Thursday. Then you'll be comfortable.no matter what the weather is. They don't cost much HERE. $10, $12, and $15 for coats that no man need be ashamed of. Cut right, made right, and will fit and look well, and wear satisfactorily. Finer ones at all prices up to $45. Other Over coats, the biggest vari ety of the best garments ever made. All colors; all sizes; all prices. See the new FOOT- . BALL PINS in our fur nishings department. C. A. C. and Georgetown colors. Only 10c. each. The newest pin out. Robinson, Gheru & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. DO YOU NEED ANY FOR Ve guarantee the following to be the lowest possible price for strictly first-class goods: Back-luuMHe carving set S8 00 Roger Bros.' teMpoooe, J doses 1 69 R- iger Btm.' eMpspooBS, H doeea 2 00 Roger Bros.' , $$... 2 09 Rogw Btwe. kataw, fcfc doea 1ST Roger Btm.' fruit kBfvoc, J dowa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 November 1894

Kcyjfeiifwi" "vi5y t&! ftV""fH TOL.l. m. 255. WASHXSTGTOiN", D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNIKGr, 2JTOYEMBER 2SS 1S94 SIX PAG-ES. 02nTE CENT. ACGDSE THE COMMISSIONERS Truesdcll in Particular Scored At the Citizens' Mass-meeting. HIS MOTIVE WAS QUESTIONED Bed Hot Speoehas Ratio in Protest Against Locatinp the OdBtagions Diseases Hospi tal mMofist Pleasant Exocutivo Commit tee Appelated to Tight tho Scheme. The citiseas of Mount Pleasant, Columbia He g'uts, and BriRhtwood have not much Jove f r the District Commissioners. Since the nxLiioiK'omeut of the selection of a contagious dis ases hospital sHe there has been a deal of iiKeeimg among these citizens, and last night they held a meeting at the corner of Four teen, street and Florida avenue to take some denilo action. The Commissioner's action was oritioised in t5i r u, unmistakable language by a num ber c f promiaeat Washlogtonians, and after a Ji ussion of an hour and a half an execu te c committee was anointed and the follow ing reo.uti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 November 1894

2 THE WASHING-TON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1894. A POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 4 16 Seventh Street. i LtAt The entrance to our Book Department is now in the center of our Seventh street store. We are now prepared better than ever to show to our patrons one of the best selected stocks of Holiday Books, as well as a general line of ERATURE. Books up to date all CUT PRICES We also wish to impress you that our entire establishment is stocked with New Goods at much lower prices. New Dry Goods at New-Prices. Our Millinery Department has been en larged and is now in a new annex. Our Ladies' Underwear and Corset De partment, also Infants5 Goods, have been moved to our lower floor connecting with our Dry Goods De lartment. New Goods at New Prices. A U POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 416 Seventh Street. ODD PAIRS OF LACE CURTAINS AT HALF REGULAR PRICES! We want to clear them out. They're Cur tains of which all but one pair of a pattern have been sold. We cannot match them and fill out the stock, so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 November 1894

TH.J5 WASJdUUNBTOJsr XXJttXSS, TVBTOTES D.A.X, K OVEJIBEB 28. 1S9'4. FAVORITES AT A DISCOUNT Franfc" R. HarF the Only Choice Tin at Alexander Island. to BENJAMIK EASILY BEATSEXTUS Becket's Horse Had No Difficulty in Taking the Measure of the tpeedy Kelly Golding "Who Startled the Timers on Monday William Ponn "Won at long Odds. Favorites "were at a discount at the Alex ander Island course yestorday, Frank E. Harf, at odds on, being the only one to land the money. But sis bookmakers hung out their slates, and they came out way ahead of the public. The attendance -was good and the raeing excellent Billy. Becket and his friends pounded Benjamin down from 8 to 3 to 1, and their faces wore pleasant smiles as the horse galloped homo in advance of his Held. "Wyoming was well played to win the first, and flattered his backers for half the Journey and then dropped back as if short of work. The finish in the two-year-old event was ex citing, William Penn and Nina, both out sider, in the betti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 November 1894

THE 'WASBXNG-TUJVT TIMES, WEDNESDAY, XOYEMEEH 2S, 1894. The Washington Times fEVERT DAT TUE TEAK) owned and issued cr The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. uthwest 0tkeh vesxstlvxsu. avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 481 Business Office. 337. Trice, Daily Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition. -, Three Cents By tho month Thirty-fivo Conts. WASHINGTON, D. C, NOVEMBER 28, 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th St. and Fa. nve. nw. Arlington. The Vt. ave. and 11 t nw. . o -uraii, The 14th and K sts. nw. Coon, 1) L. & Go. 623Gst.uw. Ebbitt lioufae ...14th and Fats. nw. Evans SSUi and Oats, nw, Graham, Clias 21 J2MlBdst nw. Uuentber. Kelson. 509 Fst. nw. liK Hermann 2148 Pa. ave. nw. Hall, John W 807 G st. nw. Hall Miosumkor Bth and K fate. so. BanultoH, The 14th mid K nw. Hajes, J. 906 H t. aw. Hodges. K B 181 Pa. are. nw. Jouusou Hotel Hth and Est, nw. Jui.li W 17115 I'a. ave. nw. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1894. fo - f w A PRICELESS GIFT. o-VfcWSyWVi f va H $3,50 Sale. For a few days S3.50 will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing: priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's $6. OO Cordovan Congress Shoes. I Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several I Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes, I numerous styles. Ladies' $5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICK, 919 P. St I WASH. B. WILLIAMS, J " Cor. 7th and D Sts. N. W. Our display of Goods suitable a for Christmas Presents will be ? larger and far more interesting this.yearthan ever before. As a an inducement (if one is neces- V sary) to have you call, we offer for two days fl Burnished Gilt Gitairs. LIKE THIS, With Close Cane Bottoms, S2.50. W With Rush Bottoms, S2.75. These chairs -were never before offered lee than $4 75 each, and are worth Q that much to-day In addition to the V above -we are showing 100...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 November 1894

6 THE WASHCTGrTQ!? TIMES, WEDNESDAY, lETOVmiBER 28, 1894. CONCERNS OF THE DISTRICT ie s a mmsmmmmmmm&Qmmammoim &MMiUUC?C20t32K?feJ 9 V 9 f Since we have been in the furnishings business we have revolutionized the neckwear trade. The qualities you have here tofore paid 75c. and SI. 00 for are HERE at 50c; the $1.50 and S2.00ones we sell at$l and $1.25, AND every body else's 50c. quality is only 25c. HERE. We have just received' a new invoice of one hundred dozen Silk Crepe in rich, dressy patterns and colorings in tecks and four-in-hands. The finest Neck wear ever seen at the price. Robinson, Ghent & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. ' CUT GLASS For your Thanksgiving Table: Bonbon dishes, rich cut $2.00 Olive dishes, with handles 2.00 Salt cellars l.OO Spoon dishes 3.00 OA and vinegar cruets 2.00 T-Inch bowls 4-.50 S-Inch salad bowls 5.25 9-inch salad bowls .. S.25 Water bottles 3.00 Wine decanters, with handle. 7.00 Large punch bowls 25.00 Also a very f...

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