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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 December 1894

HE WASHIGTO TIMES, SOT DAY, DECEHBEE 2. 8&r. ' r JplRST GUN jU January J Reductions I Pi -In I 3v ''wn'tifflty $10, $1 2, and $15 en's Siiiis We liave figured it all out Some of you men are waiting until January in anticipation of reduced prices. Well, Here tiiey are in De cember. We have filled two long counters near the front door with our $10, $12, and $15 Suits, and you may take your choice For $8.75. Single or double breasted Sacks,Cutaway Sacks, and 3-BuL Cut awa3s, in neat, attrac tive, faricy mixtures all sizes. The fun will begin at 8 o'clock sharp to-morrow morning. f Pa 315 7th Street N. W, FAGOTS FLIGHT OF SPEED Weir's Horse Ran Kindly and Simply Galloped Over His Field. J. J. RYAN BID UP THB WINNER At One Stage of the 2ace It Looked at if the Favorite Had Ho Chance, hut He Came with a Vengeance and "Won Very Easily A Large Crowd Present The Eesults. The largest crowd in the history of the Alexander Island course gathered there yes terday, the closing down of the St....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 December 1894

THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUN DAX, DECEMBER 2. IS94. The Washington Times (Etext I) AT IK THE Tjtinj OWNED AlO) ISSUED Br The Wesliinaton Times Company TIMES BUILDING. 60CTinrxsT ockktk Pzmkstlvasia AVXNCB AUD TxKTH fiTRErt Xtltpneat Editorial Booms, 4J4. EuiSneiB OCJco, S!7. rrlM.PaUy Edition One Cent Buaflty Edition ... .Three Cents. Bt the month ..Thlrty-ivo Casts. "WASHINGTON, D. C, DEGEMBEB 2, IBBi, THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Amorican House 7th St. and Pa. are. raw. Arlington. The Vt. ave. and H fit. nir. Cochrtu, Tho 14th and K sts. nw. Ebbitt Hou&o 14th and Fsts. nw. Evans Pharmacy 35ib and O st& nw. Uraham, Ciias. H 1290 8M st nvr. Guentner, Nelson. 509 F st. aw. Hage, Hermann S158 Pa. ave. Bff. Hall, John "VV WT G 6t nw. Hall blaoeinaker 8th and h. sts. so. Hamilton, The . 14th and K sts nw. Hayes, J. 306 H st nw. Hodges, K. P.... . lSiaPa. ave. nw. Johnson Hotel 18th and E sts. nvr. Joyce, Ci. W 170 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 December 1894

TH3D WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1894. I $3:50 Sale, For afeXv days S3.50 will pur chase a pair of elth-r of the fol lowing: priced shes, viz: Men's $6. OO 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 eroods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. K. RICH, 919 F. St Carpet Sale Continued. No wonder we havo been busy In Car pets and Ruga. Customers toll us wo have baod60Bier patterns and that our prices are considerably lower than at the other big stores. Here Is tho list again: 65c. Tap. Brussels, 48c. $1.15 Body Brussels, S5c. $ 1 .25 Moquettes, 95c. S 1 .25 Stinson's Fine Velvet Carpets, 85c. yd. $1 Mot. Moquettes, 70c. yd. $1.25 Bigelow Mot'ld Axminsters, 90c. yd. S2 Bigelow's Finest Axminsters, $ 1 .35 yd. rugTale. Handsome lot of Smyrna Hugs at about two-ihirds regular prices. Japanese Rugs. Th...

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

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. SOTT DAT, DECEMBER 2. 1S94. DISTRICT IS SOT TO BE IK IT Senator Harris Sees No Prospect for Legislation This Session. HE EXBECSTS THE USUAL GIUKD Large Naafear af Isajwrtaat Lewtl BI3s Are FmhUsmt in Btk Hmsm Ksttber ef Uh District GMMiittefts Ke Yet Assayed Ay AaHKy X w4 Htit J3kely. Dwtriet taK&MSM 1 I, at twwt," mM Cbairtami Himfe, f e SmmH Dtattfat dow nline, to a Tdub repcwMMfttftre jwatonlftY, talkmjt "bout tlM proepeele Iwr Wstrfet Ns6 lat.oa. -Isiwmietiie8Wsrfa4, but I see aottataff jwndhig oot of Hm vmal or ler vltM to IHwiy to get early attention." Neither of the District eostnlttots ba yet assumed aay activity. Ctalrmaa Hoar, of Ui- Hotwe committee, wfco was kere a fort liitfbt ago. left for kota 10 look alter We (arm aflairaa4etlMsTJMMktac turkey, and it i i.robaae ifcat there wttl be aotiries done by tbe Hooee Dtettfct Comnlttee uatil his re turn at-out the middle of next week. There are a larae number of bflte of importaoee to the eitv pendin...

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

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. STTSTDAT, DECEMBEK 2. 1894. SUGAR'S SONG MD DANCE It Was the Ghief" Attraction oa the Stock Exchange Stage. OTHER SPECIALTIES KEPT TIME Eavemeyer's Bluff of Shutting Down tho Refineries Regarded as a Jobbing Trick Grangers "Were Livelyt too, and Coaleri Didn't Stay Far Behind Tow Declines. New Tone, Doc 1. Alter an irregular opening the stock market assumed a de cidedly strong tone, and under the leadership ot Sugar the active list and many of the spe cialties advanced steadily to the close, the final sales being in most instances at the highest point of the day. The absence of any pressure to sell induced the short interest to cover, and the announcement made officially thst the sugar trust had shut down merely for a few dys led to a sharp buying move ment in the shares of the company. In many quarters it-was believed that the action of President Havemeyer was a stock jobbing machine, engineered for the purpose of shaking out weak holders as well as to make a...

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

8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1894. Tlie store is putting on a liolida'' appearar&e. Tiie richest, choicest, most attractive, and best stjles and patterns in Dressing Gowns and Bath Robes, Smoking and House Jackets, NECK WEAR of ALL KINDS, Mufflers, Silk Sus ipeadcrs, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas Canes, and a thousand and one other articles suitable for holiday gifts are HERE. The biggest, bright est, and most varied stock 3011 ever saw, at the lowest prices ever quoted for such good quali ties. Come in early and make 3'our selections from the complete stock. We'll retain your purchases and deliver them any time you say. Robinson, Ghenj & Co,, CLOTHES, HATS, FURNISHINGS, Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. ---j- - - 20--Q0 What Do They Do With Them? We sometimes stop and wonder where all the Underwear goes. Case after case has come into our House and case after case has gone. That it docs go in such haste and in such quanti ties is the best confir mation of the fact that we K...

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

jl jjyjL ij TOL.l. 1ZO. 2 GO. rg&i -o Y d 1 Death of 3 Prominent Turfman. London, Doc. 2. Mr. James Weatberby, the well-Tmcwn turfite, is dead. n - w THREE MONTHS OF GOMGBESS Outlook for Legislation at tlie Present Session of House and Senate. FINANCIAL ISSUES FOREMOST Senators Interested in tho Recommendations the President "Will Make on This Subject Hnch Bitterness Among Defeated Demo cratic Memfccrs Leaders "Will Restrain It. The second session of the Fifty-fourth Con gress begins at noon to-day. Beyond tho passage of tho regular appropriation bills it seems probable that little in ihe way of legis lation will be accomplished at the short ses sion, although several important propositions will doubtless bo pressed to the front. Among tho members of the dominant party in tho House, over half of whom wtre de feated for re-election, there is a great deal of bitter feeling against tho administration for real or fancied grievances. It will be the purpose of the Democratic leaders t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 December 1894

THE WASHINGrTOiltf TIMES, MOW DAT, DECEMBER 3, 1894. THREE LIEUTENANTS MAY 60 DR. SHADE'S DISCOVER! REFORM MAKING HEADWAY LOCAL NEWS OF ALL SORTS 1 In ( I T AT 9 0 III lK U lvl HI u POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, Seventh Street. t BUY YOUR BOOKS OF US AND SAVE MONEY. Select now for tne Holidays. The following is an abbreviated list. All the 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, 12 mos 14c 5,000 Standard and Miscellaneous Works, cloth bound, srilt top 25c Poets' Red Line Edition 5Sc Poets Sound In Padded Leather SI. 25 Dickens' Complete Works, IO vols., cloth bound, Illustrated S2.50 Thackeray's Complete Works, lOvoIs., cloth bound, Illustrated -- $2.50 E. P. Roe's Vorks, cloth bound t5c Macaulay's History of England, 5 vols 9Sc Scott's Waverly Novels, 12 vols S4-.50 Elsie Books ' S5c Prescott's Conquest of Mexico, 3 vols 98c Prescott's Ferdinand and Isab...

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

THE -WASHXtfGTOlT TIMES. MOIfDAT, BECEMBEK 3. 1S94. CRISP SP0RTI8G COMMENT Prospects Bright for a Successful Winter Meeting at the Island. HORSES RUNNING UP TO FORM Patronage "Will Continue Big as long as the Baring is Good The Move of the Waehiagten Jocfcey Club to Keopen Ben ning's Traok Football Getting Unpopular. PrvWftdtbroing at tbo Alexandor Isl andaeursekeopennto Ike standard set on Satwotoy many of the patrons of tUe late St. Asapfe metrtinK -will remain bare Tor the win ter. IaaUNWl of going to New Orleans, tliese turf followers will And tbo sport at the Island good enutigh for them. Trim the additional advantage of its being nearer borne. There is no reason why the racing across the river hhoeid not And favor with the ordinary bet ting man. As a matter of fact there has been but little to euro at in tbo management of the track. The officials have been prompt to take decisive action "whenever any case of suspicions riding or rnuniag has oeenrred. Presiding Judge Oyster is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 December 1894

THE WASHING-TO TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1894. The Washington Times ffiVEET DAT THE YciX! I OWNED AKD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Companj TIMES BUILDING, fOCTHWEST COESE PzMJEYLVAXU. AVENUE JJO TE2CTH STREET. lelsphone Editorial Booms, 48J. Eustaces Offlco, 537. rric, Dally Edition.... One Cent gunday Edition........... ...Thrto Cents. J5y the month. ..Thirty-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, DECEMBER 3, 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th St. and Pa. avo. nw. Arlington. Tfao Vk ave. and H ec ntr. Cochran, The 34th and Kate, nw. EbMtt House 14th and Fst& mr. .vans Pharmacy 8&th and O Ms. nw. Graham, Chas. H 1260 83d st nw. tiuenthor. Kelson. SOB F st. nw. Hage, Hermann 2153 Pa. ave. nw. Hall, John W. 607 G st. mr. Hall Shoemaker. Sth and K sts. bo. Hamilton, The.... . 14th and K sts nw, Hayes, J. E 306 U. st. nw. Hodges, It B 1212 Pa. are. nw. Johnson Hotel ltth and E sts. nw. Joyce, G. W 17...

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

?BE TVASHTNG-T03S" TIMES. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1894. R $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. Ladies' S5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These poods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. 1T. KICH, 919 P. St. RED. I A Trial Order 1 A From you to what wo'ro striving to V jret We know it'll be followed by Y ? others. Best of goods lowest of ft prices ours. Y V Emrich Beef Co., Main Market and Grocery, y 1306-1312 32d Street. $ A (Telephone 3471. Q V BRANCH MAHKJ2T& V M :73 14tb St N. W. Slst and K Sta. .. W. tt V 2ft.6 14th St N. W. Sd & Ind. ave. X. W. Y a 4tUandlSts.N. W. 5th and I Sta. X. . V bin and M Ste. N. W. 8037 M St. X W. V ?aoth St & Pa. ave. N. W. Q 13th St. & N. Y. are. X. W. V Carpet Sale Continued. Xo wonder we...

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

o THE WASHING-TOE" TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBEB 3. 1894. Every Man Should own a Mack intosh. Then no mat ter what the weather is lie can go out with out getting wet to the . skin. The cost is very little even for a good one if 3011 come here for it. Our prices begin at $8 for a fast color double texture coat, which is both stylish, and ab solutely impervious. Better ones at $ 1 0, $'12, $15, and $20, and unlike most mackintoshes OURS FIT perfectty. UM BRELLAS, too, all reliable sorts at less than others' prices. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. RED. We can brto you money if you want one. An ticipating the advance in the new tariff ire Im ported large before the new lawn as in Xorco and ooatiuae to sell at former LOW PRICES, js enr price far this magnlAeeat Star Tmtmmt, oontatatag 41 fine white diimwad. Yaa dapttcate It under $180. $25-00. VJU twy tills majnlfloent King, contalnfajrao diMoee aad either 8 rubies, &apphtres, or tur quoise In oeut...

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

TIMES N"0. 2G1, CONGRESS IS HERE AGAIN Quorum of Members of the House and Senate in Attendance. VICTORS AXD VANQUISHED MET They Condoled, Congratulated, and Explained the Causes, and Paid Penance by listening to a Two Hours' Beading of a Presiden tial message Tloral Decorations Plentiful Tho final session of the Fifty-third Con gress began yesterday with the usual sights and sounds of an opening day. The gallories were crowded, tho members wore gen orally in their seats, tho dusks presented more than their usual array of floral decorations. Tho defeated majority put on its best front to meet tho -victors, who, remembering their BURROWS THINKS OF THE SENATE. own experiences a short two years ago, nreved wonderfully merciful cairtors. There wae the usual attendance of sightseers, though ' not as large as on many occasions, for Con gress has been so constant!' in session during the past sixteen months that its reassembling attracted less attention than on some other occasions. Promptly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 December 1894

TJta wAsnixaTOJsr times, tujssdat, decembek'4, isjm. ILook at Is there any other clothing house that can dupli cate them? We'll leave the question for you to answer. We are closing out the entire stock of Jordan, Sullivan & Co., wholesale clothiers, of 550 Great Jones street, New York bought it at 57 cents on the dollar selling it as follows : Men's Suits. 3Ien's Elogant Itogent Clay Coat and "Vest worth S15 ... Mens Catimre Suits, doublo or single-1 reeled Ben's Cbmi t. Worsted, and Cas slmere Suits, slnglo or double breasted Slen's Cutaw sy Suits, sizes 88 to 87, in Caimeios and Wor&tods, roal value. Situ .Men's Blue Beaver Double-breasted Suits for conductors two sets of buttons ... Men 8 Pants, neat hair-line stripes a surprise for jou. 87,75 $4.75 6.75 6,75 s8.00 8I.50 Children's Overcoats, extra long, 5 to 14-years, S1.40. About 400 Children's Suits, Scotch Tweeds, S1.20. Boy's Suits-double-breasted 13 to 19 years, S4-.25. Children's Chinchilla Reefers, S2.40. x CONGRE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 December 1894

THE WASHES G TOM TIMES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1S94. OWNER WEIR WAS EXCUSED But Fagin and Illume Will Hereafter Remain in the Stable. IN AXD OUT HORSES BARRED Alfczandor Island Officials Determined to Prevent Any Attempt at Jobbery on the Tart of Owner, Jocfccy, or Horse Ontario Had His Breakfast, But He "Won. A big crowd patronized tho Alexander Icland traek yesterday and found the winners not so easy to spot, but two favorites landing tho purses. Before tho day's card was ran off the officials held an investigation as to tho in and oat running of tbo horses Fagin and Illume. Owner Frank Weir disclaimed any responsibility, and agreed hereafter not to enter either of these unreliable racers. Ho will be allowed to start the other horses of bis string, no evidence being shown that Weir had done anything wrong. Through an oversight in the secretary's office Ontario was not sent out as a starter in the second race, and Docket's stableboy gavo the colt a hearty breakfast. The feed did not ...

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

THE WASFXNG-TOH TIMES, TUES DAT, DECEMBER 4, IS94t Tti'B Washington Times tEVEKT DAT IN THE YE1E) OWKED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMBSBTJILDDKI, Eoothwest Coxw Pennsylvania axencb and Tests Srairc Telephone BdlMrial Booms, 451 Business Office, 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cent fiundnyTMItloa -Three Cents. JJy tao month Thirty-five Cents. "rTASHDTOTON, D. a, DECEMBER 4 180. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American Mease Tthst. and Pa. nvo. nw. JLritogtoB. The.... Vt. nvo. and list nw. Ccoran,T1ie......-.r-..-Mb,nndKsts. nw. Ebbftt Mouse Hth and F st& nvr. KrMte ItwMWK-y WMtttnd.Ost6.nK. Grafnaa, Clms. II ISWSMst nw. QwtMdMr. Mm. ifit. w. Hapo, HerMM SfSP. nw. mr, Mali, Jobs W .Jo tttt. aw. Moll HtooeaMker 8W1 aud K sis. so. Wfintttrnt, The 14th nd Ketanw. Jiayes. J. .JaaH et. aw. Ueages. tt. B WJk. awa, nw. Jototooa Batal .- Uh Ml E at, aw. Joyce. G. W lTOBFa. ve. nw. Kiacannoa. K. P ....tt Wn. nw....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 December 1894

THE TFASHXSrGTOlSr TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1894. 5 I $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' $5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St RED. W. 8. GILL GHNDY GO. Now open for business. Quality, assortment, fresh ness, and style of packing are features with us. POPULAR PRICES. 1223 PBnna. Rue. No Branch Store. We're Pretty Sure that You're We -want to pot tlio ear of somebody 'who needs furniture somebody who -will ap preciate easy payments. Christmas is almost hero ana there are a?whole lot of hpresenis to be bought these things call for 5 SH. o want to send the lurnuuro anu Frarpets out to your house and let you pay "lr thm a little at a time weekly or monthly. w it...

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

THE WASHUNG TOK TIMES, TITESOA-ST PECTOliSEK 4. 1894. ATROCITIES MWtyWiy f pppi r gi w i?rl,rv1 C-JS 1 7S T T W 7f Pi II U 1 REYELIH6 IN am S3 We are able to talk about our PERFECT PADDOCK OVER COATS. It lias al most beeu impossible to keep a full line of sizes, but now we have all sizes. in all tlie different styles. Come iu at any time and we'll guarantee you won't be disap pointed witli tlie st3'le, quality, fit, or price. $20 up. Other styles of Overcoats as low as $10 good, honest garments, too. Robinson, Ghsru & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, I welfth and F Sts. ? 2oc ? A W Y f V f Shade, 9 a I Whp need do without shades now? f Good ones at that sec For 9 yourselves. !t may be that Ready-made Shades will fit your Windows $ if so, you can save quite a v- sum in shading your House. ? 500 Ready-made a village of JUjil-ran, and n colonel in the rosu V lar army, went with a detachment of Turkish Shades, COm- troops to the Armenian villages of Bahlou, v ft Holland plete with f...

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

y" "r-?yt-'"ri V "J TIMES WASHXN-aTO, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOEmQ-, DECEMBEK 5, 1S94 SIX PAG-ES. TOIi.l. STO. 262. OjSTE C3E3ST. n PR0BIS6 A MDRDER MYSTERY Some of Enflland's Illustrious Fami lies Indirectly Involved. REACHING EVEN THE THRONE The Probable Murderer Belated Through Marriage with a Grandson of "William IV Brooding Over a Similar Crime Supposed to Have Been the Cause of Its Committal. London, Dec. 4. Tho detectives of Scot tend Yard are busily at work ferreting out the bottom facts in a sensational murder mystery which involves, indirectly, a number cl the most aristocratic families of Great Britain. On November 26 last tho body of a comely, fcalf-dreseed young woman, about thirty years of age, named Dawes, belonging to the un fortunate class, was found in a much frequented thoroughfare, Holland Vil lage road, Kensington. A hasty exami nation of tin body showed that her throat had been cut from ear to car. As tlie police investigation progressed. h wevor, suspicion centered u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 December 1894

3 Iraum'rI POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, Seventh BOOKS AT CUT PRIG BUY YOUR BOOKS OF US AND SAVE MONEY. Select now for the Holidays. The following is an abbreviated list. All the 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.; 25c Dnofe' t3rei Linn Edition 58c Poets Bound In Padded Leather SI. 25 Dickens' Complete Works, 10 vols., cloth bound, Illustrated $2.50 Thackeray's Complete Works, 10 vols., cloth bound, Illustrated $2.50 E. P. Roe's Works, cloih bound 50c Macaulay's History of England, 5 vols 98o Scott's Waverly Novels, 12 vols S4.50 Elsie Books S5c Prescotfs Conquest of Mexico, 3 vols 9Sc Prescott's Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols 98c Prescotfs Conquest of Peru, 2 vols 75c Hume's History of England, 6 vols $1.88 Olcott Books - 95c Les MIserables, by Hugo, 5 vols.. 98c Ben Hur. rt 93c...

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