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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 December 1894

TBWWW W- ' WiPftapW THE WASHLNGTOjS" TIMES. SATTJRDAy, DECEMBER 8, 1894. THE PATIENCE OF JOB. f f f f 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 $6.00 Cordovan Congress Shoes. Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several . styles. Men's SS.OO Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' S5.00 Button and Lacs Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. t RICH, 919 F. St Si -G--- -fl- -C5 - Useful and Acceptable Christmas Present 9 IS .N6RAVED PLATE V I ' Q ' ?' ANDO 'CARDS, NIC0LT ENCASED IX A HANDSOME IMPORTED 9 WEB0X, f FOR ALL OF WHICH WE 9 WILL ONLY CHARGE v, a AVlSe OlieS Order earlv 9 ' I , ,- - . , I f to save disappointments. , ? Our Store teems with Holidav ft1 V . GoodsChristmas Gifts perme- 9 ! .... ft ' $ ate every space, fcach or our V 9 46 Departments has something v to offer. I Shon Now avoid the rush X ft incident to Christmas. The good...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 December 1894

6 THE WASHXSraTOiN TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1894. The Holiday Shoppers Will find many things HERB suitable and ap propriate for the male por tion of the family. Here are just a few of the most popular articles: Smoking Jackets and Dress ins: Gowns in Vicuna Cltth, in Checks, Plaids and Stripes. Jackets, $2.50 and Up. Gowns, $3.25 and Up. Striped Eiderdown, cloth bound edges and silk cord trimmings. Jackets, $3.75 Robes, $4.75. Plain and Embroidered Quilted Japanese Satin, solid colors. Jackets, 5.00 and Up. Robes, $10.00 and Up. Terry and Blanket Bath Robes, 60 inches, long, $3.50 Elastic Weave Sus penders, extra quality, 75c. Crabb, Wanghee and Ma lacca Canes, solid silver mountings, 50c. Up. Silk MufHers, newest colors and patterns, extra heavy, $iUp. Perrin's, Dent's, Fownes', and our own make of Gloves. Neckwear in every conceiv able shape, style, color, and combination, 25c. to $4.00. And hundreds of other use ful and serviceable articles at equally low prices. Every thing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

JL JL JLy JL B M hJ? TOL.l. 3JTO. 266. WASHEsrGTO D. O., SUNDAY MORKINe, DECEMBER 9, 18J4 TWELTE PAGES AND ART SUPPLEMENT, THEEE CENTS, COMSPIRACY IS THE CHARGE But Mr. Birnev Will Not Now Investi gate the Fidelity Association. RECEIVER NORTON IN CONTROL Proceeiisgs by local Stockholders to Get the Business Into the Hands of the Districtfrrest of judgment, ho having been found Courts Affidavits, Gharges, and Answers Receiver to Se Appointed for Columbia. Conspiracy t defraud is the latest form of the propeeed criminal charge against the officers and directors cf the Fidelity Building n' d Loan Association and the Columbia Building, Loan, aad Investment Association. I Mr. Alexander Bell had a talk with District Attorne) Biroey yesterday. He presented tho cases of a colored man with a claim of 19 and a white man with a demand a little larger. He thought tho propositions and plan of man a'f'ment of the company would justify prose cution on a charge of conspiracy. Mr. Biraey has bis ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1894. 2 a 0 IQjwrtmw jqr. . &' Unparalleled in the history of the trade. The Jordan, Sullivan & Co.'s stock of Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, now selling here at 50c. ON THE DOLLAR, offers instances of the most GIGANTIC BARGAINS ever presented to the Washington public. Here Are the Suits. And the Overcoats. Men's Suite in Regent Cuts. Clay Coat and Vest. Regular price, 87 Kfi $16. Toclose. IiJU ilen's Suite 1b Casalmero, single or doublo-brwwtod Regular 8 A Cf price,?). To close riJU 3d en 's Suits in Cheviots, Worsteds, and Caesiineres, single or SC Ef double-breasted- Uidli Cutaway Mite, sizes 83 to 37. Choice of Casslmere or Wore- $0 CO ted. less than naif price Ui uVJ t p I S Mon'e double-breasted Suits in Blue Beaver suitable for con' -57 7K5 ductors two sets buttons. 1 1 (ill 3n'6 Trousers neat hair-line stripe, worth and sold regu- SI en larly for 8 IIUU FOR CHILDREN: Children's Suits, Splendid Values at $1.20 $1.40 S1.6...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1-84. Just to make it clear off we sliall talk Mackintoshes! Have you thought what a thoughtful, serviceable pres ent a Mackintosh would make? Here $5 up. 315 7th St. N. W. Last Year's Sealskins Cheap, 2 Sealskin Jacketa Size 36. .nr. Worth 8155. To cloeo pIOO 1 Sealskin Jacket. Old style. -.r-Wortn150. Tocloee ?5 Willett & Ruoff, 905 Pa. Ave. N.W. nolK-evun,tf Don't TakB GhanGes, There fs bnt on k raid that's the one you want for head ache, brainwork, nervous debility, and indigestion. Everybody &ll5 It. Made by W. R. Warner Co., Philadelphia and Keir York. Good" Table Board Only S20 Per Month. "The Bellord- is not only adtnir- i ably located It's flrst-ctess In nil y i t s appointments comfortable, cosy. laMef ully 1 uniished. 'Weil cooked and well served meal?, including lunch, $30 per motitu. Luncheon from IS to 2:30. 85c. S2Separate cafe for ladies. THE BELFORD. 13th St. Bet. F and G. John H. Stewart, Manager. &&&$$&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, IS94. ThB Washington Times ETTKT DAT IM THE TE AK OWNED AKD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TliUiB BUILDING. EOOTWEST CCSLMKR lEN'TLVAXIi. Xtentx anb Tents Street: S'tlephan rditorltl HoemB, 485. Susiaeis OQci, S37. rriee, DtUy Edition One Cent Bund. 7 Edition ....Thre Cestt jy tho jaoBtB ..TiJrtr-fiTo Conta. "WASHINGTON, D. C. DECEMBEB 9, 1891. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: .American House .7th st. and Fa. are. nw. Anmgtou, Tlie.... ...... Vt. ave. and II St. mr. l.ee.r. chaa. A Tcnnallytown. Burj's Pharmacy... .....Anaooetta. Co hran.The ..14th and Ksta. nw. Ibbm House 14th and Fsts. nw. vaus Pharmacy.. ......85th and O eta. nw. Graham, Chas II 125G3Sdst nw. Guentlier, Kelson. W8 F 6t. nw. Uagc, Hermann 2158 l'a. av6. nw. HaJi, John W 607 Q st nw. Hall Shoemaker. Sth and K sts. bo. lianulton, The.... ..34th and K stenw. Hayes, J. 206 H st. nw. Uodgas,X B ISlSPa. ave. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

THE WASErtfGTOIN- TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1894. --m ? ? ? H ?3,50 Sale. For a few days $3.5 O will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing priced shoes, viz: Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's SQ.OO 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. T. RICH, 919 F. St Nothing will PLEASE YOUR WIFE more as a Holiday Present than a good Sewing Machine The finest In the land. $19.50. Speoial Holiday Reduction at Anerbacl's Domestic Rooms, 7th and H Sts. 80-SSSO-0-SK)'3 A 50 s ton for Pea Coal. When you are offered it for less Th in that prico be wary Dirt and stones would make buat, and they eictit "like forty " "We guarantee iirstf'bo clean mad we puaranteie f i!e flit A jiuatml trill bnuc it. ARTHUR B. SMITH, -TH AND I STS. N E. S E. ) ST N.E. )- 'Phone 107 X. f. 1 MASS AVE. and F ST UTH AND...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

. iff --.. All cut and made TO ORDER, any desired length with any style lining. Each quotation represents the king of its class, unmatchable at double the price at any merchant tailor's shop in America, In in PANTS, we're cock of the walk. The Plymouth. &VVWMV . . . . WHERE THE VETERANS REST Official Visit of G. A. K. Officials to Temporary Home of the Comrades. DIRECTOKS SERVE A COLLATION The Work of the Institution Outlined Many HomelessOnes Sheltered rounded by the Grand Army The Oldest and the Youngest Veteran Anions Its Beneficiariss. Commander Nathan Biokford, of Potomao Department, G. A. It, with four members of hte official staff, paid a visit, partly official and in part fraternal, to the Temporary Home for Disabled ex-Union Soldiers and Sailors, at 905 Missouri avenue northwest, and while tbas employed were the guests of the board of directors of the institution, whose regular meeting for the transaction of official busi ness was hold prior to the recoption. There were...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

THE WASHING TODS' TIMES. STTETDAT. DECEMBER 9. 1S94. PRICES TENDED DOWHIARD Operators Were Anxious to Realize on Their Holdings. SUGAR DID HALF THE BUSINESS Grangers Dropped Eoveral Points on AC' count of Eeported Opposition to the Bail- road Pooling Bill Coalers and Cordage Also Keoorded a Docline Closed Heavy. New Yoke, Dec 8. The feature of the speculation on the stock exobange to-day was the beavy realizing movemoat, operators showing an anxiety to secure some ol the profits of tbe.recont advanee. Consequently the trend of prices was downward, there be ing, however, occasional rallies duo to the closing out of short contracts by traders who preferred to be out ol the market over Sunday. More than one-half of the day's business was done in sugar, the final sale being y& above the lowest point touched. ILe abandonment by the directors of tLo company of the project to isbue a statement to Ptockholders was the subject of much talk on tho street to-day. wbicu was not at all compl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1894. REPUBLICANS IN SMILES o IF Oc The We took a whole page of newspaper space we couldn't enumerate all the pretty, hand some, appropriate, and acceptable articles we have for holiday gifts to the Men and Boys. Bath Robes and Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Neckwear, Gloves, Canes, Umbrellas, Mufflers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, and hundreds of other sensi- ble, serviceable, and attractive articles at equally attractive prices. Initials engraved on Canes and Um brellas free. Everything suitably boxed free, and purchases retained and delivered any day and hour you name. Robinson, Cheru & Co, CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, HATS, Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. EVER OFFERED IN FINE DIAMONDS $60 Fartbfc magnificent Teari Pendant, with large eoBWIie diamond center. Wwe it set made In ourH&uMC H would cost just S4G mote. WIN tor tWe lovely lMaweiMl Pertimt. Cea ' -white diamoees, awl vtevtd oeet ewe in y other store. $15 HHTfc I 11 HiF, serrouDded...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

T- Hfi---lt. -ji-'SW 1- -... THE WASHISTGTOiN" TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18 '4. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. DR. SHADE'S DISCOYERY I . AMUSEMENTS. I AMUSEMENTS. i - A LBAUGH'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE .Jl EDWARD H. ALLEN, ONE WEEK ONLY, Beginning Monday, 9 $ 01717 mmmgmSmgmmmSBSBfi New National Theater This Week. Every Evening Wednesday and Saturday Matinees BRONSON HOWARD'S GREATER Direct from a Run of 150 Nights at the Academy of Music, New York. 25 HORSES. Management of NEXT WEEK DeWOLF HOPPER Next Sunday Evening, December 16th, COL. R. G. INGERSOLL & BIBLE. ACADEMY ALL THIST WEEK" BARNABEE AND ROBIN HOOD Presenting DeKoven and Smith's Twin-opera Successes, ROBIN HOOD AND THE KNICKERBOCKERS. Monday, Tuesday, "Wednesday, and Saturday 1 Wednesday "Matinee and Thursday an! Friday Evenlnc an Saturday MaUnee, ltOBDJ IIOOD Evenings, THE KNICKERBOCKERS NEXT I ll-3A anl nlrac ! THERE ARE OTHERS, veek ward ana voices, but xoxk like these ahtjsekents. HJEW NATIONAL EXTRA ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1894. A WEEK IN LABOR CIRCLES The Federation Is Malting Prepara tions For John Burns. HE WILL VISIT WASHINGTON Sow That President Cleveland Has His Eorses Shod by Union Labor, There Is No Prospect That His Name Will Bo Pat on the Unfair List by the Federation. MEETINGS FOR THIS "WEES. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, L. A. 1014, K. of L., Plasterers Plasterers' HalL L. A. 1WS, E. of L.,Carpenters Typographical Tample. Oarriaco Makers' Assembly Bunch's Hall, 816 Hlghtli streot northwest. L. XL 109, Brothorhood of Carpenters and Joiners-K. of P. Hall, 426 Twelfth streot north west TOHSDAT, DBCEMBER 11 Building Trades' Council TypBgraphlcal Temple. Saffrage meeting Federation Hall, Ponr-and-a-lialX street and Pennsylvania avenue. WEDNESDAY, DBCEMBBK 12. L. TJ. 2se 1, Carpenters and Joiners Typo graphical Temple. Eloctrlcal Workers, No. S6-EIectrical Work ers' Hall, 419 Tenth street nortnwest. L. A., 2981, K. of L.,Tin and Sheet Iron Work ersPlasterers' ...

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

""Twe-Str- -rWpp fo-wyifn, Tywwpp 3ffOSISint9v9 ' &FUg'tzi$&r2frv "iJJffe qs T'&rvvst-xr w THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, DECE3IBEB 9, 1894. 11 GLHRENGE. BV BaET HAUTE. Author of "The Luck of Uoaring Camp." "The Men of Sandy Bnr," Etc." Copyrlgat, 18W, by Bret Harte, PART L Chaiteb IIL Unsuspected and astounding as the revela tion was to Clarence, its strange reception oy the conspirators seemed to him as astound ing He hndstaried forward, half expecting that the complacent, self-confessed spy would he immolated by his infuriated dupes. But, to his surprise, the shock seemed to havo changed their natures and given them the dignity they hnd lacked. The excitability, irritation, and reckless ness whieh had previously characterized them bad disappeared. The deputy and his posee, who had advanced to the assistance of their revealed chief, met with .no resistance. They had evidently, as if with one accord, drawn away from Judge Beeswinger, leav ing a cleared space around him, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 December 1894

12 THE WASHiyG-TQjy TIMES. SUNDAY, BECEMBEE 9, 1894. j. Holiday AnnounGemenTM JCWCLCRi AINU 2)LVtK51VllIn5, sea Plain Match Safe, lrora $1.75 up. no 9 Pennsylvania Avenue Tooth Pick Caao, from 75c. np. The extraordinary success attending our display of Christmas Novelties in last Sunday's Post prompts us to address the readers of "The Times" in a similar manner. We ran short of some of the goods early in the week, but can assure them of a full stock Monday morning. These are the 35c Hat Pins. , The 60c. Veil Pins. The 60c. Emeries. The 50c. Sewing Wax. The Solid Silver Toilet Ware. The 75c Silver Wreath Pin. The $1 Silver Double Wreath Pin. Here are some other things we want you to see. Gat Markers, from COc. AgJ?-' ziSr & Key King from 50c. np. Seal, $2.00. I Rtlitt,fcc. Czarina Buckles from f 1 up. iKJBb L Pocket Combs from 76c. up. (&'fet&fel $J0 Bat Pins, from 91 np Washington Souvenirs. A Dainty Gift for Friends Away from Washington. Key Tags, 45c. Traveling Tags fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 December 1894

TIMES 9m Wbm3 e Js H Hi W $ v JL. k3 JOL JL Xii M JL v-F J VOL.l. O. 267, WASHlSTCrTOK, D. 0.9 MONDAY MOEKI2STG-, DECEMBER 10, 1894 SlS PAGES, ONE CENT. TO FIGHT THE INCOME TAX Opponents Object to Appropriation For Expenses of Collection. FOOLING BILL VOTE TO-MORROW North Carolina Contested Elections Cases Will Come Tip Thursday Steering Com mittee to Eoaodnle the 'Order of Discus sion in the Senate The Hicaragnan Bill. 'Hie second week of tbo session in the IIolso promisee to witness a fierce struggle ovir the income tux ia connection with the nT rojiriatlon to be incorporated in the fpent deficiency DM! to provide for the col 2e tiou of the mk, wbieh begins "January 1, 1k,j. Mr. Hayres, chairman of the Appropri ations Committee, inteads to call up tho bill to-morrow after the railroad pooling bill is disposal of. Mr. Bnrtlett, of Now York, Is at the head of the opposition to the appropriation, and Cithough this opposition is sot considered stmijg enough to dofoat tho appropriation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MOKDAT, DECEMBER 10. 1894. KINDERGARTEN OF ANIMALS Lions, Tigers, Leonards, Elephants, and Dogs as Teachers and Fupils. HAGENBECK'S GREAT CIRCUS Its Arrival at Albaugh's Opora House an Event of Unusual Interest Eemarkable Peats Performed by Denizens of the Forest A Very Happy Family of "Wild Beasts. The sensation of the -world is here. The biggest thing in town and the biggest thing of the kind that has ever been here is ' the wonderful Hagenbeck's circus. The whole aggregation of trained animals and an army of people rolled Into the Balti more and Ohio station yesterday morning at 9:80 o'olock on Hngenbeck's special train, and immediately the men in charge began the transfer of the the huge show to Albaugh's Grand Opera House. The wonders that were visible were ten Shetland ponies, the trick elephant, four horses, and the faces of about a dozen Stuttgart boar hounds and French poodles looking out on tho admiring army of camp followers. All of the other special...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 December 1894

wvr"p- xjvsf'ESffvm. wFpji, iy$S' wssgfc$sij ty$t&Wl&,vtr SrJtr? ?9?SPBriW?' --w - - "w'fdr' -- THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1894 CRISP SPORTING COMMENT Virginia Jocltcy Club Plans For the Spring Meeting at St Asaph. TO ARRANGE FIXED EVENTS A Big Handicap Built on the Same Lines as tho Breoklyn Will Bo Opened Blomton Stable Beaded the List of Winnine: Own ers at the Late Meeting Other Sports. Several conferences of the Virginia Jockey Club have oeen held during the past week and plans for the oomui spring meeting mapped oat From present indications racing will be resumed at ibe St. Asaph track be tween the let and 6th of March and continue until the middle o( March. If there is no prospect by that time ot racing in New York State the St. Asaph meeting will be prolonged throughout the summer and fall aud close down on November 30. This urrangomont will "Without a doubt meet with the approval of horsemen generally as well as the followers! of racing, and will gua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MOXDA1T, DECE3IBEE 10, 1S94.. The Washinflton Times EVERT DAT 1S THE YriT.l OWNKD AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EPETHWEST COXNM PENNSYLVANIA ATXOTX AND TEXTH STRCm f Telephone Editorial Rooms, 49S. Business OElco, SS7. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -Three Cents. By the month Thirty-fire Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., DECEMBER 10, 1891. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American Douse 7th St. and Pa. ave. nw. Arlington, The Vt avo and II fit. nw. i. oeker. Chas. A. 1 enuallj town. Bury's Pharmacy ..Anacostia. Cochran, Tho 14th and Ksta. nw. Iblutt House.. ...nin ana r ta uw. Evans Pharmacy 86th and O sta nw. Oraham, Clias. H 3S50 85d st nw. O uenthor, N elson. 808 F st nw. Baee, Hermann 218 Pa. ave nw. Ball, John W- 807 G st uw Hall Shoemaker. 6th and K fete, so. Hamilton, The 14Ui nd K stenw. Hayes, J. E 306Hst uw. Hodges, KB 1212 Pa. avo nw Johnson Hotel ..ltb ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 December 1894

THEWASHraUTU TIMES, MOIST DAT, DECEMBER 10, 139. o PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladles Paris Kid Button Shoes (sizes 1 to 4- A and 1 to 3H B) regu lar S4-.00 Shoesat $1.50 per pair. About 75 pairs of Ladles' S2.50 and $3.00 Sample Slippers at $1.50per pair. Ladles' S3.50 Button and Lace Shoesat S2.65 per pair. Our Sale of Men's S5 and $6 Hand-sewed Calf and French Patent Calf Shoes at S3.50 per pair will be continued until Christmas THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St. 3-3--- j2--& S-0--2-& ? In Thinking Over What fco Give J Give these some consid- i eration A A Shopping Bag or a I Pocketbook always make X nice Presents, and as X these are within your a reach at such little Prices, l it might be well to bear a them in mind. f 9 Price, 25c. $ This neat Shopping Bag with outside Pocket and Leather Handles, For 25c. ! V Price, 89c. This Grain Leather Shop ping Bag, with extension Bottom, Satene Top and Leather Handles, For 89c. t J Price, 98c. ' f $ f u This ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 December 1894

i E"p---'c'-rr,3qrTTSrBWj, ms TIIE WASHINGTON' TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1894. JJ"f"3S"''W' ' A lot of Black Beaver Overcoats, all wool and fast c o 1 o r C u t 50 INCHES long have wool lining and deep inlaid vel vet collar A hand some, stylish, per fect fitting garment and the best Over coat value $10.00 ever purchased Want one? Robinson, Ghem & Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Hotel aBS' Johnson Cafes. Some of the finest Oysters that ever acme te this inarfcot 'will be bandied iu dwneuse tbki week. They are principally from Lj-hh liar en Bay awl Cherry Stone, and have all the beaeflte of tho salt sea water at the mouth of the Chesajieike. Select and Standard Steam s. specialty. A SICK , CHAMBER Oftn requires additional beat ftiriiacelnftdequale to keep it at required temperature, a Gas Stove will do it and it won t cost yoa mil eta if yon pet It-of us, and we will keep it In repair one year free, ft as Radiators, 10 up Gas Heating Stoves. $4 up labor's Fir...

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