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

h; THE -WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1894. BOTOHEFAYOBITEWIHM Lalicview the Only Choice to Froyc Faithful to 'the Public , SOME GOOD THINGS FULLED OFF Clansman, Marguerite, Castanet, and Sweet meats "Were All Played hy Their Stable Connections and Landed the Honey Kanlove "Was "Warned by the Judges, Tally 2,500 people were In attendance 'yes terday at the Alexander Island course, the beautiful weather being a potent factor in drawing the large crowd. The card was not a brilliant one, the conditions of the races be ing framed principally for beaten horses, but as the fields were largo and evenly matched the betting was good, and plenty of money was handled by the bookies. The latter kept a goodly portion, as Lakevlew was the only Winning favorite. Just four bottled-up good things were un corked, but their owners did not give the public any tip. and as a result good prices Were obtainable. Clansman, Castanet, Mar guerite, snd Sweetmeats were all well played by their stable...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 December 1894

TILE 'WASB.rN&TOl TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1894. ThB Washington Times (EVEET DAT D THE YEAKI OWNTO AND ISSUED Bit The Washington Times Company TllJJiS BUILDING. e0t3thwest coeker pennsylvania atekcb and Txnth Street: Telephone Editorial Rooms, 45J. Business Office, 337. rrke.D&Hy SdiUen -. One Cent Sunday Bditien Three Cents. fly the month ..Thlrty-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, I. 0., DECEMBER 5, 189L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American Howe 7ttist. ana Pa. are. nw. Arliugjou. The Vu ave. awl II fit nw. (.oohnui.Tke 14th and K ate. nw. Lbbllt Howe 14ih awJFtte. nw. Lv&tie Pb,rtMT........Sfctti anil O stft. nw. UtalMUM, Ch8. It iSSOMdat nw. l.ueuther. NetsOR S Pet. nw. Huge, Hermann JM !. ave. w. liall.Joton W JOT Get w. Hall StxHtmafcer StfcaiidKats.se. Hamilton, The I4tti mid K Mw. lUy.J. It MMKgtaw. Hod., l: K ISilPa. rvb. aw. Jobne'm Hotel IStb and Eats. aw. Joyce, U W IM Pa. ava, aw. Jviuaianot). B. V...

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

THE W-ASEEHNexOIT TIMES. WEDNESDAT, DECEMBER 5, 1894. 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$6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes, lien'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 goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St W. 8. GILL GHNDY GO. Now open for business. Quality, assortment, fresh ness, and style of packing are features with us. POPULAR PRICES. 1223 Perma. Rue, No Branch Store. I Save Time 9 ! And Money V Br doing your marketing at our V a stores 0 V Save time 'puone us your orders v (i our number, 847 O V tmr tnoaey we rntail at -whole- V fft eate prices Best goods the mar- iw V kt Affords. JL I Emrich Beef Co., J W Jisln Market and Grocery, ( y I 1306-1312 32d Street, g T TeleplKHie34 Y in BRANCH MAKKET& fi V in" 14tfc it X. W. Sst aud...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 December 1894

THE'WASIOTGTOH TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1894. It's a Trea To be able to select NECKWEAR from a stock like OURS. Such a big variety, sucli rich, fabrics, such, handsome col orings, such choice patterns in all the newest shapes. Tecks, bows, bands, wide and four-in-hands. Ascots, De Joinvilles, etc., and sucli prices! Just think of getting the same qualit' that everj'body else sells at 50c. for 25c. j and other people's 75c and 1.00 grades are only 50c. here, and so on up to the finest make. A big- . ger assortment and better values than 3ou can find an where else. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. RED. REFORM FORGES COMBIHE The Next Step in Anti-saloon War fare Resolved Upon. 0- o MORE AGITATION WILL RESULT Interesting Conference of Various Societios Mrs. Havens in Favor of Policewomen They Would Purify the Moral Atmosphere The Sacrifice of Our Girls. &&$&&XttZ&tti&if: Is There a Spare Room That tUo luritHce or latr...

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

w-m m Wlm f, "VOL.l. IfO. 263, WASHINGTON, D. O., THURSDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER. 69 1S94 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT, CARLISLE'S PLAN HOT LIKED Feeling of the National Banking Inter est Toward Elastic Currency. CHANCES OF ITS ENACTMENT Senators Urge a Change of the Senate Bales "Which Now "Encourage Parliamentary Blackmail" Oeaference Heport on thp Printing Bill Adopted by the Honso Talks with bankers and financiers regard ing Secretary Carlisle's plan for a new cur rency indicate that the national banking in terest is not likely to take kindly to the prop osition. The national bankers got their heads to gether at Baltimore a few weeks ago and formulated .vhat has sinoe been known as the -"Baltimore plan," which proposes that national banks might withdraw the bonds which are now deposited as security for their circulation and establish a guarantee fund amounting to 5 per cent of the value of their currency, that currency not to oxoeed 75 per ct.it. of their paid up capital. Mr. Carlisle's pla...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1894. 2 II!! II PHS A U POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, Seventh Street. BOOKS AT CUT PRICE BUY YOUB BOOKS OF Select now for tlie Holidays. The following is' an abbreviated list All tlie new and standard publi cations carried in stock. Our present assortment of Holiday Books is un surpassed. 10,000 Standard and Miscellaneous Works, Hand somely Bound In Cloth, 12mos 14c 5,000 Standard and Miscellaneous Works, cloth bound, gilt top r- 25c Poets' Red Line Edition 58c Poets Bound In Padded Leather SI. 25 Dickens' Complete Works, lO vols., cloth bound, Illustrated .'. S2.50 Thackeray's Complete Works, lOvoIs., cloth bound, Illustrated 52.50 E. P. Roe's Works, cloth bound 50c Macaulay's History of England, 5 vols 98c Scott's Waverly Novels, 12 vols S4.50 Elsie Books S5c Prescott's Conquest of Mexico, 3 vols 98c Prescott's Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols 98c Prescott's Conquest of Peru, 2 vols 75c Hume's History of England, 6 vols.-. Sl.SS Olcott Books 95c...

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

TEE WASHINGTON TIMES. THTJUSDAT. DEEMBEK 0. 1S84. FORI FOLLOWERS CASHED Four Favorites and a Second Choice Won at Alexander Island. OWNER J. J. RYAN RULED OFF Alleged Attempt to Blackmail Judge Mc Mahon Eesultod in Byan Boinff Sum marily Dealt -with by the Track Officials Thirteen Books "Were On All Q.uit Losers. The hanfiicappors, form followers, and the public ponorally had nothing but money at the close of the sport yesterday attho Alex ander Island course. Tour favoritos and a second choice captured the purses, and the baker's dowm of poncilors quit big losers on the day. The only favorite to disappoint was Uilly Boy in tbe mile race, his stable backing him from S to 1 to G to 5. Ho ran -well for seven furlongs and then chucked it, Ponce de Leon -winning by n head from Gallatin, the latter dosing fast in the last hundred yards. Judge McMahon, owner of Fonco de Leon, did not bet on his horse, as the latter bad not been out of the stable for two weeks. After tbe raoe, J. J. Ryan, ...

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

TILE VfASBIJSGrTOS TIMES, THUKSI'AT, DEOJSaUJJMl J. tovt. The Wasliinoton Times rfEVKKT DAT IN THX TCISI OWKKD AND ISSUED Bt The Washinrjton Times Company TIM BE BUILDING. forrawneT CCBsrn Pensetlvakia Avxkuk axd Temti Srnnirr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 435. Business Offlco, 847. nice, Pally Edltlen One Cent SuMdny Edition Three Cents. By the month ..Thirty-Are Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. DECEMBER C, 1S9L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained dally and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: &nied' an Houso 7th St. nnd Pa. ore. mv, .V in.rton. The Vt. avo. undllst nw. oihian.The 14th and K 816. nw. fci itt House ..MthaudFstb. nw. tvnis Pharmacy 35th and O sis. aw. jral.ani.Ci.B8. II J2S08Sd8t nw. .j anther, Kelson. BUD F at. nw. Lag Hermann 2158 Pa. avo. aw. 1 .ui, JohnW 607G&tnw. 1 vi J Suoemaker. 8th and K sta. so. li"-mi"oi!. The 14lh mid Kfettinw. It in J. 306JI 8t, nw. J oilpi-e, K B 1212Pn. ave. nw. 3c. n ii Hotel 18th and Est, nw. J . . u W 1705 Pa. ave. nw. K n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 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 $5.00 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. T. RICH, 919 F. St 0 I Warm $ ? Wrappers, ? f $1-98. f One Lot Ladles' Cashmere 9 $ Delaine Wrappers, ? ? made Tea Gown effect, f f perfect fitting, with full ty 9 front of All-Wool Cash- f v mere irAperfect shades v f of Red, Blue, Garnet, and 9 f Lavender. Very Large V V Leg o'Mutton Sleeves V f with deep cuff. Collar 9 ? to match. Full, wide v Skirt with deep hem. Y T All sizes. f f 3pecxal price, ? q Upon first look you h would conclude that f the price of this Gar- ? ment is Five Dollars, ? ? it is so effective and J 0 v 1 rich-looking. It has k Five...

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

0 THE WASHIJS TON TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1894. CONCEKXS OP THE DISTIUCT. MONUMENTAL EVIDENCE jrngwn And other military o'fiL cers' Overcoats arve HERE in all reliable qualities. Cut, made, and trimmed strictly according to specifica tions, well tailored, per fect fitting, and guar anteed to pass inspec tion and to give satis factor' service. See our line of Sack Suits at $12, $15, and $18. 'They'll fit better and have more st3'le than custom gar ments, and there's about five times the variety to select from that 3'ou'll see anywhere else in town. Robinson, Gheru & Co,, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Can "be saved hy buying diamonds NOW from KAISER, the 1VATOU , !AEER, lBOTFst n. w XIOI XTIXGS A SPECIALTY. sep89-eod8rao RED. Beginning this morning and con- funuliiE until next Saturday night, e shall spread a i oast iu Suite and 1 Overcoats. Thy were made to measure by the leading tailors of the country, at tw'-s ranging from 525 to 85 aud consigned to us for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 December 1894

ff"iiM JK3L. &&. I, ttifln , rill VOIi.l. liHO. 264. WASHET&TONa D. C.f FRIDAY MOBIKG-, DECEMBEK 7, 1S94 SIX PA&BS. OSFE CENT. THREE BILLS THE BUSINESS Democratic Senators Decide on a Programme for the Session. CAUCUS BRINGS A CONCLUSION Dirwted the Steering Committee to Bring About Action on Bankruptcy, Nicaragua Canal, and Carrenc7 Bills Dafciel's Clo ture Proposition Defeated Friends of the Tariff Bill Give Up the Tight. The Democrats of the Senate yesterday, alter severs! hours in caucus, decided that this sbomld be a business session. At least they intend that there shall be no oppor tunity to charge the Democratic leaders with failure to take up and press for action on the important pending legislation. The caacMfi was iu session from 2 o'clock 'until 4:38 p. in., and almost the entire time wils devoted to the discussion of the first proposition of Senator Daniels instructing the Committee on Rules to bring in an amend ment for a dosure, and the speeches were a...

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

THE WASHINTO TIMES, EBIDAX, DECEMBEB 7. 1894. 2 HE. a. 1 TO-DAY Ebbs fl ,SB?' 1 V B 'tsr I Lack of space for one thing lack of time mainlyprevents repetition of the wonderful values quoted zn last Star. niphVs Tis sittnply anotlier proof of our belief in liberal, broad-gauge methods. These, our RED TICKET SALES, are an institution famous in the history of local dry good re tailing as being bona fide Jtonest worlh ful values replete with richness for you. But a word hurry is needed. The good things arc not limit less. POPULAR SHOP PING PLACE, 41 6 7th St. "Hurd's Name on the Box." "A Graceful Letter Writer is a distinction enjoyed "by the few rather than the many. The first impression is made by the paper. If that is correct, a good "beginning has been made. HURD'S' PRINCE 0 WALES WRITING PA PERS are the standard of ele gance for all social corre spondence. Cream, French Grey and Beryl are the latest tints all with the famous kid finish -writing surface. "Hurd's Name in the Paper." ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 December 1894

'PK" J -t-v., t TELE ASHIBGTON TIMES. EPtlDT, DECEMBER 7. 1894. 3 FINE RAGING ON THE ISLAND 1 Senvolio Helped the Iioolts by Defeat ing the Heavily Flayed Horses. PUBLIC HIT THREE WINERS 3obolinfc, Frank B. Harf, and Detroit Were the Favorites to Finish in Front of Their Fields Good Korses Furnished Excellent Sport for the Big Crowd in Attendance. The IxwHtlful weather drew a big crowd rosterday to the Alexander Island course, Mid the puUic had fair success in spotting Kinuera, throe favorites, a second choice, and in outsider capturing the purses. The traok ras fast, the hotting brisk and the .racing hnnh ohoTO the average, lathe third and fctucb. above the average. In the third ourth raoes the tlnishas wore close and ex- I Eiting. The beet betting affair was the fourth, rLrana Pnv Knxius. and Ontario alL beinc heavily played. As Benvolio. an 8 to 1 shot, landed the pursa by a head from Ontario the bookies kept all the money and made up some pf their losses on th other events. Thir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 December 1894

THE WASBXN'GKrOSr TIMES, FBI DAT, DECEMBER 7. IS94. The Washington Times r ffiVEIlT DAT W. THE YEARl OWNED AND ISSUED BT. The Wasliinrjton Times Company TIMES BUILDING. fCTTBTrBar COXSEK FENNETLVAJCLt. JSlVTNCE and Tenth Stoexx Telephone Editorial Booms, 431 Business Office, 237. Ji ice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. DECEMBER 7, 189L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: .American House 7thst. and Pa. ave. nw. Arlington, The..... Vt. aTe. and list nw. Bury 's Pharmacy Anaoostfa. Cc bran. The Hth andlvets. nw. IbUitt House MUiaudFaSs. nw. iaus Pharroaoy. Sfttb and O sis. nw. GiaUain. Clias II ISSOJttdst nw. Guenther, Kelson. F et. nw. llage, Hetmaun 2158 Fa. are. nw. Hull. John W 807 G et. nw. H all i-boemaker Mb and K ate. so. Hamilton, The 14th and Kstenw. Haves, J. E 3M H at. nw. Hodges. K. B lSMPa. ave. nw. Juhnsun Hotel 13th and E st. nw. J... G. W lTO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, BIDAT, DECEMBERS, 1894. THE OLD, OLD STORY. MOSES' H $3.50 Sale,. For a few days SS.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 stylos Men's $5.00 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. KICK, 919 F. St t Special I I Bargain ? In I v ? Blankets. 9 I Hot 10-4 White f I Blankets, slightly I soiled. Worth 9 f $2.25, for J v i lot 10-4 White Blankets. Worth $2.75, for I $2.00 j 1 lot 10-4 White J Blankets. Worth $3.50, for 9 1 lot 1 1 -4 White Blankets. Worth f $4.25, for ' See our $ Blanket In Gray, Red, and f White. You will say f f it is the very best you ? $ ever saw in both size I and quality. I I 420, 422, 424, and 426 7th St. I We're Pretty Sure that You're We want to get tho ear of somebody who seeds furniture ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 December 1894

6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1894. Boys' Belongings Is one of the most im portant parts of our business, not a side is-i as inmost other stores. Our Is' depart ment is a COMPLETE store of itself a bigger as sortment t li a n in aapst all the others combined, and not a ipoor article in the whole lot. Suits, Overcoats, Reefers, Ulsters, Hats, Caps, Underwear, N e c k -vvear, Shirts, Shirt waists, Collars, Cuffs, Gloves, etc., in the same sterling quali ties that we have al ways sold, and at the lowest possible prices. Robinson, Gheru Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. WHNTED---S Watch By many who think that to pos sess a good one will require more money than it actually does. cr 3.50 Ji Buys this pretty, open face, solid silver, stem winder; they are $5.00 general ly Same style in solid gold only $9.00. S5.00 our price for gold solid Silver rJunttng-cs.se stem- wind ins- Wt(ih SIO.OO will buy a Gold-filled case, with Waltham or Elgin move ment. S1S.OO i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 December 1894

r J TIMES WASHEraToisr, v. c, Saturday mobintn'g, December s, is94 six pag-es. VOL.1. 2?fO. S65o OXE CENT. DISASTER AT THE NAVY YARD Quartcrmnn H. M. Steele Killed by the Turstinn of a Steam Pipe. SCALDED BY ESCAPING STEAM The Explosion lifted the Pipe, Weighing 1,000 Pounds, live Feet in Air and Pinned Steele to the Ground "When It Tell He roic Efforts of Friends to Eescue Hint. With a terrible roar the main steamplpe In the gun carriage shop of the navy yard ex ploded about 10 o'clock yesterday morning while workmen were encased in repairing n fracture. Huge clouds of hissing steamburst out, and the great pipo, weighing at least 1.000 pounds, was thrown Ave feet in the air i out of the conduit in which it laid. All the workmen escaped except Horatio N. Steele, a quarterman. who was struck by the big pipe as It was hurled out of its bed and then pinned down by the immense weight as it fell to the ground. Mr. Steele lay with his left leg imprisoned by the pipo whilo the dense, scald...

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

''f'ipmSISfWI1 :w&r?fffS THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. 189i. 2 p1 & 4$J?- SW37!0l!$g?er.' TO-DAY BAUD'S Lack of space for one thing lack of time mainlyprevents a repetition of the wonderful values quoted in last nighCs Star. Tis simply another proof of ou7 belief in liberal, broad-gauge methods. These, our RED TICKET SALES, are an institution famous in tlie history of local dry goods re tailing as being bona fide honest worlh ful values replete with richness for you. But a word hurry is needed. The good things are not limit less. Beginning this morning and con- 4' Q nnuing uuiu nen oaiuraay iiigni, ja vre snail spread a feast in y J Suits and J Overcoats. They "were made to measure by the leading tailors of the country, at prices rangiug from $25 to $85 and consigned to us for IMME DIATE Bale. For your choice until Saturday night come running. $ 941 Pa. Ave. N.W. $ Between Gthand !Oth Streets, ft CSj53 -0-S-S" C-O-O-;- O 9 Bigjn Value, i V But I Small In Price...

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

TIIE WASITING-TOK TIMES, SATURDAY, DKCJBMBEIt 8, (894. FWib Washington Times it CET DAT 1 THE YEiBl - e W MJ AND JSSDED Bl Ft lasliinnton Times Company TIMES BC1LOBJG, fcrmtTESr cokkzs Pekustxtajoi atekue akd Tenth fiTErst Telephone Bditodol Rooms, 431 Iiice, Pally Edition .One Cent Sunday Sdttion Throo Cents. I y the month Thirty-five Cents. 'WASHINGTON, J. CL, i)ECMBER 8, 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained dally and Sun day at the following hotels and pevvS stands: User aa Mouse rtnet nnai-a. nvo. nw. u,u Tie Vtnve andllst nw. s i liurmaey ...... Aimoostui &o Iho. Htli and K fits, nw. Itt iiouse MthnudFsts, nw harnwtcy . asihandusus. nv. Liu i.ima.11 .. 123JKdt nw ' fr Nelson ......Fst aw. t erznann 2158 Pit aio aw. mlm W W7 J t nw otumker .. .Sili and K sta. Be u The . ... 14tfen4.Ktenw. i -j L .908 II bt iiw. MB 191SPa.ave. im i. Hotel MKnaHdEste.nw. ft IMS Pa. ave. nw a n r seeiethst nw. ) iiuT ewmiist aw 'j not IFdi and I sto. nw. U Toiej-i. .. WTiithStSe. i-r J an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 December 1894

!3ft9!t8&3 p 1'HE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1894. 11 A 11 111 j tm. ,'r III IB! Bi 'uSia m 1 mm Mil 2al iHl 'h Jjvyr what we have to show you. Looking costs 3'ou nothing and our clothing costs you less than you'll pay for the same elsewhere. To illustrate, the others' $io, $12, $13, and $15 suits blue and black cheviots and fancies, are here at $8.75. Largest "Exclusive" Clothiers. 315 Seventh Street N. W. fflTERMSU! DID HOT BLEED And in Consequence Galloped Away with an Alexander Island Purse. JOCKEY DUFFY FELL ASLEEP Fredericks Would Have Won the Closing Eice bnt for His Sider Tailing to See Mattie Chun Corning Stronsr in the Last Fifty Yards The Sacing: Good Entries. Splendid weather and a good card combined to draw a big erowd yesterday to the Alexan der Island course. Thirteen books were on the line and they handled plenty of money. Twe lavorites. two second choices, and an 8 to 1 chance were the winners; Interoeean was the lucky outsider and he captured the f...

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