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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 November 1894

3 V V HPTr-l TG1 TIMES VOL.l. ISO. 256. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOUSING, NOYE3IBER 29, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. ONE CENT. DINGMAN AND WALL'S POLL Attorney For the Police Bureau Waived a Hearing for Them. PRISONERS HELD FOR COURT "Fifty-five Hundred Dollars Bail for Each, Except the Offiee Boy, Who Got Off Free Preliminary Trial Before Another Magis trate To-day Sensational Proceedings. Special to The Tojbs.1 Pittbbowi, Ph., Nov. 38. The conspiracy uits of Harrison Dfugroan and Andrew Wall, the prominent Freemasons of Washington, P. G. Holdeu, W. M. Henry, Bobert Mitchell, It. JIa gat and Guy Ewing, employes of the Fi delity Building. Loan and Investment Com t an v, -were called for a preliminary hearing before Poliw Magistrate Donahoo to-day. The bearing began at 10 o'clock and oon-tinu-1 until C. Women constituted the larger proportion of toe uudfence. Judge Moulton, of Washington, repre sented the Building and Loan Association. He was frequently told that certain of his C.aims were not...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 November 1894

THE WASHINGrTOltf TIMES, THTJKSDAT, NOTEMBEE 29, 189d. 2 I iRAUM'Sl "I Lf POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 416 Seventh Streetc I FA 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 t-fe-'K M 1 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 artment. New Goods at New Prices. A u POPULAR SHOPPING PLAGE, 416 Seventh Street. RED. .RED. ' SMALLPOX YKJTIS AT PLAY Health Officer Woodward Honors a Request For a Croquet Set. v HOST KOVBl GAME ON RECORD T Convalescent JataentJ Will All Be Eet Free Within Twe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 November 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSPAT. NOVEM3JEK 20. 1894. MAEOYE HAD A GOOD DAY He Rode Three of the Winning Horses at Alexander Island. JAKE SMPSEY'S MONEY LOST Berwyn Sent Him as a Good Thing, and the Cia Went an Only to Bo Swallowed ny the Eapaeteus Bookmakers Tares Fa vorites and Two Second Choices Won. Jockey Mnateve wasvory much in evi dence t the Alexander lelnad traok yestor day. b riding three winners. He ateo had the mount pti tfce favorite. Imported Bones, in th flrat raee, but pulled up soon after the start, sUimtog h bad been crowded against the rail wftk no dime to got elnar. Is the fourth raee Manloye rode a grand-stand fin ish on Con Lucy, and wane within an ace of being whipped on the post by Fredorleks. Tha atioudaaiM was good, the racing ax poliaut, and the betting lively. JakeShip ep bad a tip, and tent a wad of money down I rom the St. Aeaiiii traek to bat on llerwyn, but tha cote wae burned up, aad Shipeey wili probabjy confine hie operations to but on traok at a tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 November 1894

THE WASHENGTOH TIMES. THUBSDAY, 35TOTE3IBEK 29. 1804. The Washington Times ETIKTDATINTHETriKJ ' OWNED AND ISSUED Bt The Vasuinn.ton Times Companj TOMES BUILDING. foct-bwest oornsk 3eneti.yai"ia Atexcb xkd TEKTH STEETt Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SS. Euiinees Office, 357. rrice, Dally Edition - On Cent Sunday Edition .Three Cents. By tho month.. ..Thirty-nva Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, N0YE1IBEE 29, 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and newsstands: American House 7th fit. and Pa. ave. mr. Arlington. The Vt ave. awl II fit nw. Coi Man, The .14th and Ksffi. nw. Xbitt Mouse 14th aud Psts. nw. tans, 85th and O ste. mr. Oiaham.Cl.as.n I250d et nw. Guonthor. Nelson. 509 F St. nw. Bage, Hermann 215S Pa. ave. nw. Hall, John V. S07 G at nw. Hall Shoemaker. 8th and K sts. so. Hamilton, The ..14th nd K atsnw. Uavee, J. E 906 H st Jlw. Itodges. K. B IMS Pa. ave. nw. Johnson Hotel lB'h and Bite. nw. Jo-..e, G. V 1705 Pa. av.nw. Kincannon. B. F. S02 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 November 1894

THE "WASH3DSTGT035I TIMES, TULUKSDr, HUVJUMBEK 29, IS 94. H $3.50 Sale, For a few days $3.50 will pur chase a pair or either of the fol lowing priced shoes, viz: Men's $6.00 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' $5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE ROUSE, GEO. "W. RICH, 919 F. St New three string Upright Pianos in Ebony, Cherry, and Walnut finish, ..with fine stool and cover for only $250.00, on easy monthly payments, or at a handsome discount for cash or short time. Every instru ment fully guaranteed. Call and examine them. Don't for get our name and number. John F. Ellis 937 Pa. Ave. N. W., Near Qth street. RED. What do you Think of this? We -want to say to every reader of The TIME6, who 5e contemplating the purchase of Carpets or Furniture that if ho or she twll prepare a lis- of the throes needed writ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 November 1894

THE -WASHINGTON TOIES, THURSDAY, KOYEMBEE 295 1894. Want an Ulster to day if you go to the football game. We'll be liere nntil noon to sup ply it. We'll fit you perfectly with a hand some, stylish, well made and thoroughly reliable jne as low as $10, $12, and $15, better ones at all prices up to $45. Other Overcoats, all styles, the biggest variety in town, and the best values, too. Robinson, Gheru $ Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. IN , , , . , , I cut prices and secure one now. ' We will lay it aside, and you Can pay for it later on, When , you want it. We have cut the prices in order to induce pur chasing now and avoiding the rush of Xmas week. Solid Silver Stem-windors, open face, ladies' size, worth 35.O0; this week at $3.50. Solid Silver Hunting-case Stem-winders, worth $6.50; this week at $o. Solid Gold Open-face Stem winders, ladies' size, worth $ 1 2.O0; this week at $9.00. Gold-filled Hunting-case Waltham or Elgin Stem-winders, worth $1 3.50; this week a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 November 1894

K iklT A di 0 0 H raw t i FBI A r re t vzi ww i UE& ik iB HI i BB I &J u HH W H Br I tHI TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MOKNINGr, NOVEMBER 30, 1894 SIX PAGES. YOIi.l. ItfO. 257. ONE CENT. WINGED ARROW BOYS WON Columbia Athletic Club Defeated Georgetown College. IT WAS A, SLUGGING MATCH Thousands of Enthusiasts Applauded tho Fine Plays Made by Both learns Tho ColicsiasE Pat Up a Strong- Game, but "Were We&fcenod by Injuries to Players. That annual event always looked forward to by local football enthusiasts with the greatest of interest lue Thanksgiving game between Columbia Atbleile Olub and Georgetown Tniverfcity has 8 gain taken plaee. and tht pennant onoe more floats over the clubhouse of the Columbias, the team -of the latter win ning by the score of 20 to their rivais nothing. To those who did not see the contest, it would seem as if it was simply a walk-over for the Columbias, but suuu is not the case, and the game was in all respects one of the most hotly conteste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 November 1894

THE WASIOT&TONTIMES, ffBIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. fe DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERY EPVORTH LEAGUERS' GIFT !li WINGED ARROW BOYS WON Continued from First Page. . 1 a AU ll'ii ll "" II J RE POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 41 6 Seventh Street. November 30. Dry Goods Department. 5 Dress Lengths of All-wool Suitings. Reg ular price, 40a yard. Bed Ticket Trice, Short LenjrtUs of 54-ineh 1.25 Oloakincs. Bed Ticket Price. 67c yard. 75 Romnantsof 10c. Leno. in black, gray, and white. Bod Tirket Trice, 4c. yard. 5 pairs soiled Blankets. Wore 88c. Red Ticket Trice. fiTc. pair. 4 Comfortore. Woro $1. Bed Ticket Trice, 83c. each. 1 very fine Crochet Bed Spread, extra Bize and Tveicht. Was $5. Bod Ticket Trice, $8.75. A lew Bleached AIMiaeu Napkins, in -dosen lota. Bed Ticket Trice, 82c. dozen. Silk Department. 75c Short Langtlia Colored Surahs. Bed Ticket Trice, 30 -. yard. $18 Short lengths Tlnm Garnet and Heliotrope Bengilines. Bed Ticket Price, 4Sc yard. $1 604 Drees Lengths Black Bhadame Silks. Red J'ick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 November 1894

?HJ WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1891. SI We Ire Here to 8tau BUT On aocount of the tariff, spring goods will be 20 per cent, cheaper. We anticipate that reduction, and now offer you a 20 Per Cent. Discount Suitings CO the same. $15 00 Suitings for. ,.........'. $12-00 $18.00 Suitings ior SM.40 5J20 00 Suitings for ?1C00 S22.00 Suitings for 517 00 $S 00 Suitings for. $82. i0. 00 Suitings fer. fKOO ALL GOODS MADE 309 Seventh St. N.W. UNION lO PER CENT. TAILORS. RED. BIG CROWD AT THE ISLAND BlacKfoot and Pirate Chief Were the Only Winning Favorites. TALENT LOSERS ON THE DAT Wile the Hobday Element Had Sport Try ing to Spot tho "Winners the Knowing Ones Wore Falling Down on Supposedly Good Thinps Masterlode's Appearance. The grounds of the Old Dominion Jocey Club -were taxed to tne-ir utmost capacity jos torday, nearly 4,000 people being present Al though most of them -were unfortunate m picking the winners, they all enjoyed tho sport. Starter Casady handled the largo fields ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 November 1894

TILE WASHING-TON TIMES, FJlIDAiY. NOVEMBER 30. IS9. The Washington Times lUVEETDi.T 1 THE YKACi OWKKD AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TJttib BUILDING, Eoethwb uoumir 1'enssyi.tania Avemob and TfKTH SniKBC Telephone Editorial Itoems, 43V Business Office, 837. Trice, Batty .Edition One Cent SttafeySdltkin Threo Centa J!v tfeemoatb Thlrty-flvo Cents WASHINGTON, D. C, NOVEMBER 30, 1S9L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and newsstands: American House 7th st, and Pa. ave. nw. Atiiugtou. The Vt. ave. and M . nw. cov-hrwi.Tlio 14th ana K eta. inf. tbiitt House MthniidFsis. nw. 1 ai8 t andO ate. nw. i.raham, Ci.a H 1280Sdst aw. CTuenttier, 'ehHMt. SU8 P at. nw. P..gs,Hermaltu S153 la. aw.liw. hail, Jotm W 697 Gat nw. iiall Mioenmker. Stti and K bis. so. Hamilton, The Mth nd K Meuw. Haves, J. fi t nw. 1 ortpes, K K 11 Pa. ave. nw. JonuBoa Hotel 18th ad 1 fete, nw. Jojce, O. W 1706 I'm. ave. aw. Kincmnon. B. Y SO Klh 8C uw. l-aoy,JotouT e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 November 1894

the WASinreTOr times, Friday, notembbe 30, 1894. K $3,50 Sale. For a few days $3.50 will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's S6.00 Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's S5. OO Calf Shoes, several styles. Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' SB.OO Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. 7. RICH, 919 P. St LADIES You can buy One Dollar's worth ART NEEDLEWORK MA TERIALS for Most complete stock in city at 0. RUERBHGH'S New Domestic Sewing Machine Rooms, Cor. 7th and H Sts. All tho new things in Honlton Lacewort RED. --- O-O- Q---0 3- A Big Saving on your marketing Mils by trading with us And our goods are always O the finest and lreht on the innrKot. ' ?1 rut us with your next order. We 11 Q convince you that you can live v ell j 8 and save aoser by dealing with the 0 6 Emrich Beef Co.. o Main Market and Grocery, ' 1306-1312 82d Street. ? A (...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 November 1894

THE WASHIKGrTOK' TIMES, FRIDAY, OYEMBER 30, 1894. 6 LOCAL HEWS OF ALL SORTS ? II IB The 37oung men are at liome from college for Thanksgiving, is a good time to fill up the gaps in their wardrobes, The Win ter Overcoat, Full dress Suit, Heavy Underwear, ShirtSj Collars, Cuffs, Ho sier or any and everything else they may need in CLOTHES, FUR NISHINGS, or hats, are HERB in the biggest variety and best values in town. Robinson, Ghent & Go, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. l HORSE COVERINGS The time is ripe for f horse blankets rou will e need them to keep your $ $ horses warm. We have a full assortment. f Special reductions to tiv- f f crv stables, f SOj Horse Blankets, $ f haped or Square, for $ 1 $1.00. J f 230 Woo! Horse Blan- f $ ket$. Worth SI.75. For $ $1.25. Q 150 Horse Blankets, & ffi Double warp. e Worth S2.50. For g $2.00. 100 Shaped Horse Blan- R kets. The strongest Ste- oie blanket made. Worth Q t $3 2 5. For 8 1 $2.50. We also have a full 9 line of Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 December 1894

niToricr VOL.1. frO. 25S, WASHTN"GTOISr, D. 0., SATURDAY MOKNTNG-, DECEMBER 1, 1S94 SIX PAGES. OKE OEM?, EOLBITES TALK BITTERLY Trouble Apprehended and Possibility of a Conflict Admitted. NO OVERT ACT ON KOLB'S PART It Id reared, However, that Some Crank Hay Try to Assassmato Him or Oates There Are Same, Too, "Who Think that Any Ee sistance "Will Be Justified at This Timo. Momoomeht, Ala.lfov. 80. Eolbhns ar rived m tbe citj and will be sworn in to morrow. There is grae apprehension of trouble. Tbe advance guard of Folates ar rived last night, and they are talking very bitterly to-day The Kolbite members of the legislature now admit a possible conflict, and last night bold a caucus at which they paea strong reso lutions disclaiming any responsibility for any lawlessness that maj occur. There 1b fear that some cranfc laboring under the excite ment may attempt to assassinate Oates or Jones, and extra precautions will be taken to pro'ect both. A prominent leader of the Populists, Mr. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 December 1894

THE WASHIKGrTCm TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1894. I Chamber I SUITES We'll quote you prices on what we call our med ium grade of CHAMBER SUITESto-day, Medium grade because the prices aremedlum noone would want better Suites. The construction, finish, and design are of the highest order. Their only supe riors are the very elabo rate suites In very costly woods. SOLID OAK SUITE, with 4-footDrcsser and 3-foot washstand a very massive suite SixtO French Bovol Plate mirror well -vvonh. nil of SiS. An SlAA h especially Wg value at VOUl 8U CDRLYBIP.cn SUITE, with 30xi-in. French Bevel Plate Mirror noatiy carved tops to pieces flnbhod fault lo?slr a really hand some suita Our rocu- S52.50 lar $J5 value. Put down to....----.. CHEVAL SUITE, in quartered Oat 30x80 ovtU French Plato mirror, a very neat design. 8 Suite for..... QUARTERED OAK SUITE, with 30x86 French Bevel Plate mirror, eweU top to bureau and head board, fine carvings, lags. An $35 suite we've reduced to $52.50 ? 62.50 f The Jul...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. S ATTIRE) AY. DECEMBER 1. 1894. 8 THEY FAILED TO BEAT HIM Frank R. Harf Showed His Heels to a Fair Lot of Sprinters. I5ECKET PLUGGED ON IDA R. Bat Coulter Came to the Rescue of the Bookies .Fair Sport Witnessed by a Largo Crowd Camden Led from Start to Finish in tho Closing: Event Tho Sacin in Detail. Tho raeine at tho Alexander Island tract yesterday was interesting, and about 2,000 people name out to back their favorite horses. As most of the contestants ran up to their "form" the talent fared vroll on the day. There -was quite a plunge made on Ida B. in In tho maiden two-year Jld race, the filly opening up at 5 to 1 and receding to 80 to 1. As soon as those odds were quoted "Billy" Uocket and his friends began to plunge on Ida IL, and whoa tho horses were called to tho post she sold at 12 to 1. while the favorite Coulter, who undoubtedly outclassed his op ponents, had receded from 8 to 5 to 13 to 5. Had Ida R. won the bookies would have been hit hard. Coulte...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, IS94. 4 The Washington Times (Evert Dxt U run Year OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TWEb BUILDING. footbtvbw cokmqk fkottlvaxu avenub jlkd Tenth Stbeeti Telephone BaltorUl Rooms, 431 Business Office, 237. rke. Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the menth Thirty-nve Cents. Tf ASHXNGTON, D. C, DECEMBER 1, 1694. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun- j day at the following hotels and news stands: American liouae A i .iiij-'tou- The........ Co- Li an. The lbbitt Uouee 1 .iii - l.iklioiu, Chac. H t,u-iitUer. Xelon 1jC-, !einiua -.. 1 aii, Jotm W ha" Stioeuwiker. ..... fc -milium. The Iiaots J. . 1 odi:.K. B .lohiisi-u Hotel J. r-i.G. W K)i''unoH. K. F....... l..v.vy. .IcfctiT La irm bt,ti I.iua. n, ioKtiph . l.'iidVi, J-hu. .y Li:.., hrank Liv mora, W. H oiii(r.iiu JSciiu lk'ioioto!ftu HoteL. y.Kre, J N llutw, Ed-ward R ... a i ; ;o, B. Vi Na.ional Hotel... im. Ja.tn- H I'oMiluc, JobnS 1 hi dtl.H....

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1894. PUZZLED THE DOCTORS. uy a Turkey To-day Two Cases that Defied Medical Skill for Years. o - . . . . 1''lfc'VtV o afc V& ifzs rwlTt . ' l- few mmg&Xm VTmyf , vftlvSJ ' Ft 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 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 I Shoes. These groodsareall hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F. St RED. f EmrichBeefCoJ $ MAIN MARKET, I306-I3I2 32d St. Our Well-known arket v Y Are of the greatest convenience to house w keepers. One of the stores will be found ! Hoar an y neighborhood in tbe cit y. They Y make going to market unnecessary. Groceries, Moats, and Provisions the freshest ana finest are to be bad at otir y stores at lower prices than you'll bay ft ...

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

ssBBSsasSBSSSSSujmmm THE YASHIaTOlSr TI31ES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER I, IS94. WARFARE ACROSS THE FENCE M x80 tK Many of the college men who are home for a f ew days were in to see US yester- day. Most all of them need some thing in the way of new clothes, and by far the best place to buy it is HERE, whether it is a dress suit, an overcoat, Winter Underwear, Neckwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Hos iery, o r anything else in proper, ser viceable wearing apparel; better qualiises, at lower prices, and by all odds the largest as sortment. Robinson, GhBnj $ Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. HT1 IS A BEACTIFCL AND PERFECT SPBCI- X moil of Oit hiffliost advancement in me- r 1 anical ski I and invention' 1 wbat J V. t cam & t o , 1MH Mb sti et n. w . mannfactur- r- of the world-fsinous "KOI AL GLUE," say of Wkiti & Midioton Gas Engines. r ulare and information of CHARLES W JOItD X, ct No 360 CIS V etroetja w PABST BREWING CO.'S f Milwaukee Beer. ft " ' ll" . S V JHTCIAI.I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 December 1894

TOL.l. USTO. 259. WASHXN"GTOu, D. 0.9 SUNDAY MOBOTa, DECEMBER 2, 1894 TWELVE PAGES A2TD ART SUPPLE ilElSTT. THREE CE2TTS. lim EHDS HIS TROUBLE Suicide of the Policeman in the Rear of His Station. FIRED A BALL INTO HIS BRAIN Ho Had Written a Lotter to His lieutenant Promising to Kill Himself and His Wife He Mado Yo ittemrt, However, Upon Her Ijfg Bied instantly Without a Bound. Tor a moment Policeman Charles H. King stood at the top of a pair of stairs leading Into the rear yard of the Third precinct police sta tion about 5:90 o'clock yesterday afternoon He was returning to 6 o'clock roll-call, but he stopped because a feeling of shame born of the fact that he had noti fied his superior officer that he had decidod to commit suicide in the morning, passed through his mind. Then he pulled his revolver from his pocket, and placing the mussle near the right temple, flrad a ratal bullet into his brain. The dying man slid limply down the stairs, and was soon found lying at the bottom. Kiag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 December 1894

s THE WASHIN&TOI TIMES, STUSTDAYDECEMBEIi 2, 1S94. Hi RAU POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, Seventh Street. BOY YOUR BOOKS OF Select now for tlie Holidays. The following is an abbreviated list All tbe new, and standard publi cations carried in stock. Our present assortment of Holiday Books is un surpassed. lO.OOO Standard and Miscellaneous Works, Hand somely Bound In Cloth, 12mos 14c 5,000 Standard and Miscellaneous Works, cloth bound, gilt top t 25c Poets' Red Line Edition 5Sc Poets Bound In Padded Leather SI. 25 Dickens' Complete Works, lO vols., cloth bound, Illustrated 52.5C- Thackeray's Complete Works, lO vols., cloth bound, Illustrated $2.50 E. P.Roes Works, cloth bound 50c Macaulay's History of England, 5 vols 9Sc Scott's Waverly Novels, 12 vols $4.50 Elsie Books 65c Prescott's Conquest of Mexico, 3 vols 98c Prescott's Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols 9Sc Prescott's Conquest of Peru, 2 -vols 75c Hume's History of England, 6 vols $1.88 Olcott Books 95c Les Miserables, by Hugo, 5 vols ...

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