ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Washington Times, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 144,501 items from Washington Times, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
144,501 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 December 1894

7V- p-rr!T!t T'-r,Mj- -jv- 7 --yt--?- WASHIN TIMES TOL.l. :NX. 268. washhstgto, d. c tujesday HOKNTtfGr, December n, issm six pages. ONE CENT. j-BEq Wmy- PUT Tans ES LABOR LEADERS IN COUNCIL Fourteenth Annual Convention of the American Federation. PRESIDENT GOMPER'S REFORT Hs Opposes Any Movement Looking to Inde pendent Politioal Action at Present Com pulsory Arbitration Denounced as Being Advocated as a Means of Destruction. Dekveb, OoL, Dec 10. The fourteenth an nual convention of the American Federation ot Labor "was called to order by President Gompers promptly at 10 o'clock. Tiioro were 100 delegates and spectators in Odd Follows' Hall nt that time and half as many more camo in during tbo morning session. Rodney Kehan, of the Denver Trades' As sembly, delivered the address of -welcome, to which Sir. Gompers briefly responded. Tho latter spoke feelingly of tho almost desperate condition of labor at tho present time. This was followed by complimentary words for Denver and her eno...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 December 1894

2 THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1894. A U POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 416 Seventh Street. 4 TO 14 YEAR SIZES. 20 ; t PER CENT. A-U M POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 416 Seventh Street. 0Wr O I CHRISMS 'SHOPPING EASY? I You will find it so if you call 'at our store and see tne large variety of goods we have. STYLES The Latest. QUALITY The Best. PRICES The Lowest. We can safely say that it will be to 3'our advan tage to see our stock before you purchase. We have WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS FROM . . . EAR DROPS FROM EAR STUDS FROM . BROOCHES FROM SCARF PINS FROM . GENT'S STUDS FROM Besides Sleeve Buttons, Cuff Links, Collar Buttons, Lockets, Bracelets, etc., etc. We also have China and Mexican Onyx Clocks, Bronzes, Onyx Tables, Lamps, "Umbrellas, Canes, Cigar Moistening Cases, Jewel and Glove Cases in Silver, Mahogany, and Oak, silver trimmed, Cut Glass, Silver-plated ware, and Leather goods. Our great stock of Sterling Silver Ware, 925-1000 fine, is one of our main strongholds it contai...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 December 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1S94. FIVE FAIORITES IH FRONT Public Won All the Money at the Al exander Island Course. GOING WAS DECIDEDLY HEAVY Eommoncing with Selecting Frolicsome Lass to Wii. the Openmj Race, tho Talent Eopt Up Snettinir the Winners Throughout the Afternoon, Seating the Entire Gerd. Despite the weather being anything but pleasant lor out-of-door sport yesterday, thore wiis a good crowd made tho Journey to the Alesander Island track, and most of them, especially the "form players," wero well rewarded, five favorites winning. While the public found shelter from the rain during the progress of the afternoon's sport, most of the visitors had to brave tho inclement weather, after the olose of the racing, by waitinr for a train for nerly half an hour. and there was much complaint at the long delay. The bookmakers, of whom thirteen Were on, lost hoaxily, every winner and no some of the placed horses being well ba Led. Considering tho weather and tho uncert...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 December 1894

riLIO WASJaiJSbrTUIS TlJUJiJS, TUJMSDA.Y, DJSUiiJMBEJK- 11, 1894.. The Washington Times fEVEET DAT IS THE YEAR) OWNED iXD ISSUED HI The Washington Times Company time building. OCTDWOST. COUTCX 1'ZKftSXhTMSlX. AXEXUI AND Tbxth Street Telephone Bdltrial Reems, 431 flfe DbiIo en 0O, 2(7. I lice.XtoJiy EdMoa ...One Cent SanaaaWtten Thr Casts. By the iMBlh. ........... Tbtrtff-ST Cto. ft ASHBWTQN. . O. DBCBXBBR 11, 186L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained dally and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: iBcieaHwe nhtt MriPa. w.nr. .uiiuitM. Tk. VifM. mH-T. i oekr. !. A 1 MMritrwwa. liury'g Phurmncr .AMniiim co-tirMuTk KHhMMlKata. air. 1 Wiiu Hee JMaairftim. Evmm llHmnaT 8Mi M O H. kw. 4-rnaNt. Cimm X IMMtt ww. t.uiun. Kilrmn .XM P m. w. ifr. Ucommi U 1. av. MW. J.li. John W MTU, mw. Hall MwtMlier fetfc m K etc. so. Hamilton, Tb.-.. MttmnlXawsw. Hay, 4. JUtHK. Hod. K K ttttPa.aM.RW. JuhMMI Hotel Mth aMt X ML KW. J..,-t W .. 1?K Pa. ave. mw. Kinc-atmou. V. F. JWtttteec vr. J jo-...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 December 1894

-f THE WASHINaTOiT TIMES, TTJESDAT, DECEMBER 11, 1894., 5 J The WioQ Hoaris!' T I HU WBlyU BBUUlww t Tell usBe careful, keep the body warm. There is no dissent from this con clusion. It is a unanimous verdict. Scores of colds, sickness.and doctor's bills could be avoided if this admonition were heeded., Here are Flannels we know about and feel safe in guaranteeing to you. All-Wool Red Twill Flannels. 3-4 wide, fine quality, 1 9c yard. 3-4 wide, S. P. B., extra fine quality, 25c yard. 3-4 wide, Fireman's, 30c yard. 3-4 wide, Fireman's, heavy weight, 35c yard. 3-4 wide, L. and B. brand, light weight, 37 1 -2c yard. 3-4 wide,L. and B. brand, heavy weight, 40c yard. 30-inch wide Napa, soft finish, 50c yard. 30-in. wide Extra Heavy Napa, soft finish,60c yard. And many others too nu merous to mention at prices low as the lowest for same quality. All-Wool Plain Red Shaker Flannels. 7-8 wide, Dead Shot Shaker, 40c yard. 4-4 wide, Dead Shot Shaker, nice weight, 50c yard. 4-4 wide, Dead Shot ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 December 1894

AT $10.00 , A lot of Black Beaver Overcoats, all wool and fast c o 1 o r C u t 50 INCHES long have wool lining1 and deep inlaid vel vet collar A hand some, stylish, per f ectf itting garment and the best Over coat value $10.00 ever purchased Want one? Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. i rou Xmas Presents That are guaranteed to be at the lowest possible cost of production for best quality wares. Solid Gold Link Bracelets, with padlock atMj ttir. $5 00 feoM GM King, with genuine diamond (ih oWrt 8 03 Lad e" Soild GoM Stem-winding "VVatch.. 9 80 MH GOM Oaarfl Chain (4 t eet Jeng). ... 7 SO .Sold GwW Link Buttons.. 2 50 tollfi (Md Link BBttsae, dianwBd coaler. 5 0) toltd6flWSoarfPins.J4kar.it 1 S3 J-otid GeM Sarf llus, diamond center.... 8 SO Solid GoM Neck Buckles. "Cuariu as". 3 00 Complete SeJW fHver Manicure Set In Cafi 10 09 feclid Silver Hic Brash. C 50 Solid or Hair Own b 8 00 fcolMltverNtl Fttes. M bulidM'v-tHv Buitooers K) SoM Stiver Hat ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 December 1894

HINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, W3DDNESBAT MOKNTHGr, DECEMBER 13, 1894 SIX PAGES. YOIi.l, 2TO. 269. ONE CENT. WAS B JB.JH m m POOLING BILL WAS PASSED Sharp Fiflht Made Against It, but Its Supporters Were Strong. FILIBUSTERING OP NO AVAIL Bailroads and Mercantile Interests Repre sented During the Session The Blair Amendment Adopted Without Division Formal Tote Stood 16G to 110. The House yesterday passed the railway pooling bill, which, has been boforo it since the Wednesday of lust week. There was a sharp fight against it in the closing round, and the opponents led by Mr. Cooper, of Florida; Mr. Drookinridge, Mr. Bichardson, and others after the test of strength on the Cooper amendment and the third reading. Seeral attempts were made to refer it baok to the oommittee, but the strength against the opponents was too great and the bill passod. The final vote on passage of the bill Btood. yeas, 166; nays, 110. The interest in the bill felt by railroad nnd moroantile in terests was shown...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 December 1894

X 2 THE WASBXJSraTOST TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1894. k IB 7 T T 1T 30 I g U POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, U $ " 416 Seventh Street. K I 4 TO 14 YEAR SIZES. I . I PEE. CENT. DISCOUNT. S 3 POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, tj & 416 Seventh Street. zwMtJMms u.fLiVA?fry nrftAJic3 r CC5TIPC& tfOP' lion's Suits In Regent Cuts. Clay Coat and Vest. Hecular price, $15. Price for three days. .Men's Suits in Cassimere. single or double-breasted lieruiar price. J9. Price for iree days.. Men's Suits in Cheviots, "Worsteds, and Cassimeros, sincle or double-breasted. Cutaway Suits, sites 33 to 87. Choice of Cassimere or Wors ted, less than half price ilen's double-breasted Suits in Blue Beaver suitable for con ductorstwo sets buttons. ilen's Trousers neat hair-line stripe Worth and sold regu larly for $8 57,40 84.20 s6.20 ?5.95 7.75 8I.50 Get Your Hat Children's Suits, 1,23, $1.40, S1.60. Jersey Suits 3 to 8 years 51.93. Children's Overcoats ages 4 to 14 years 81.45. Boys' Reefers, 2.40. All-wool Kn...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. "WEDKTSS D AX, DECEMBER 12. 1S94. GOOD THIK6S WENT WRONG Four Favorites Badly Beaten at the Alexander Island TracHv THE COURSE A SEA OF MUD Secretary Tompkins Celebrated His Birthday by "Winnine Eaces with Gallatin and Grand Prir Lakeview Couldn't Run in the Med John P. a Disappointment The talent returned thoir bard-earned money of Monday to the bookmakers yester day, four first choices going the way so many of them have gone during the past few weeks. Grand Prix was the only successful favorite to catch the judge's eye first, he winning tho closing event handily. But before this raco was called most of tho plungers had their pockets emptied. Grand Prix's stable companion, Gallatin, captured tho fourth race from the odds on choice. Marguerite. By winning these two races Secretary G. R. Tompkins was made the happiest man on tho track, and he had occasion to be pleased over his good luck, as it was the anniversary of his birth. The weather was again unpleasant, ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 December 1894

THE WASHING TO!ST TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1S94. The Washington Times (EVEHT DAT IN THE YEAH) OUTNED AND ISSUED Br The vashinQton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, fCCISWTET CORKER l'EKKETLTAKU. AVEmTE AND Tekth ETIIEEE. Telephone Edlteri.l Rooms, 431 BulneS Ofilco. S37. nice, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. ily thementh Thirty-five Cants. WASHINGTON, D. 0., DECEMBER 12, 189L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House Tibet, and Pa. avo. iwr. Arlington, The "Vt. avo. and list. nw. j.eeker, Chaa, A Teuiially town. Dury's Pharmacy Anootln. t oriirun. The 14tu and K sta, nw. Lbuitt llouee 14th nua Psta. aw. Lvane l'barmsey. 8Mb and O s4a nw. liralmm. Ctaas. II lSSOSMst nw. Ouentiinr, Neieon. 60H F st. nw. Huge, Horns mm 2i5f Pa. ave. nw. Ht.ll, John W- ...WTGrt. nw. Hall Shoemaker 8th and K . ae. Hamilton, Tbe 14Ui and K. ate &w. Have, J. E SWIIrit. nw. Bodaea, it B l8iPa. av. nw. Johueou...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 December 1894

THEWASHING-'JON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1894. ss: TEACHERS' EXTRAS CUT OFF STARTLING STATEMENTS. :l PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladles' Paris Kid Button Shoes (Sizes 1 to 4- A and 1 to 3Hi B) regu lar S4.00Shoesat SI. 50 per pair. About 75 pairs of Ladles' S2.50 I and $3.00 Sample Slippers at S1.50 per pair. Ladles' $3.50 Button and Lace Shoes at $2.65 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 F. St RIGHT NOW, I ; 9 When they make nice Presents, you can buy Fine Cloths for y less than their Value, and these certainly X do make acceptable Christmas Presents. 9 100 Size 2i2 Best Quality Car- f dinal Cloths. Worth $1.50. f For $1.15. f 100 2x2 1-2 Best Quality Car- f ? dinal Cloths. Worth $2.00. f 8 ? I For S135. $ Two Extra Values V f 9 In Fringed Doylies. f 500 Dozen 16-inch Red Bor- dered German Damask Doy- 9 lies $ For 50c. Dozen. f ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, IS94. Gifts Worth the giving and which will be some practical value as well as acceptable to the recipient are HERE by the thousands. Here are just a few of the most appropriate ones: Dress Suits. Business Suits. Overcoats. Mackintoshes. Dressing Gowns. Bath Robes. Smoking Jackets. Pajamas., Silk Night Robes. Kid, Fur, and Woolen Gloves. Neckwear all kinds. Mufflers. Silk Suspenders. Canes and Umbrellas. And hundreds of other equally useful articles in a big variety of the very best qualities at lowest possible prices. Everything suitably boxed free. Initials engraved on Canes and Umbrellas free. All purchases cared for and de livered later if desired. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. FOR Xmas Presents That are guaranteed to be at the lowest possible cost of production for best quality wares. Eolto GoJd Link Bracelets, frith padlock and toy. S3 00 Solid Gold King, with genuine diamond (no obip) . ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 December 1894

. M . . -j . : ;the TIMES" WILL BE "RED TO-DAY FOR SURE. A NEW PRESS A WEW DRESS NEXT? GU: VOL.T. JSiO. 270. THUESDAT MORCTING-. DECEMBER 13, IS l 4 SIX PAGES. OXE CESTT. ESSIl -m- -HL- M f w .-rw-si- u. wi -- w -- -.t- -f SENATE BOLTERS CAME TO GRIEF Effort to Take Up the Cloture Rule Was lirisecsssfni. CAUCUS DECISION SUSTAINED t-'ar Tariff Bills Pushed Again Into 1 tbe Kcar. Senator Gray 8ght to Have the F onsio GiY8aafpornmiry to Say Whether or 1-olheBfiis Should be Considered Xr. ILcrffna Proteetod and Wis Snsi&lned by a Vote Senator Harris Anasuncamcnt. Tl.e few Democratic Senators who at t i pt'd to bolt tbo decision of their caucus an i take ! the cloture roki run! sugar tariff j J j. i c:ime to grief yesterday. 'ili e.7orte to take up the c'.otare rale, fore U 1 1 in yesterday's Time, was unsuccessful, rs v as also aa effort to take up the MM ttrfk ng out the "dlCeraatter rate of daty oa s-g.ir, wi.i-k is 'supposed to Le favorable to V -czar rcfluers. 11 morning hour wa...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 December 1894

HURSDAT, DECEMBER 13, 1894. 2 gftg DEFAULTER MEETS bouT-lirea!: cs-i- opcuai. The GREATEST 5 8 CLOAK SALE ever i instituted in Wash- ington. Lot 1. Plush Capes, S6.4S. 40 i lojcantSuilPliMikCpos for 40 ?lrtcx ime , lull louglbs. tcnrton-br-trimniei afouml co":n.r nnJ down front, s'dt 1 u tl. Mn.o to s 11 for $13. lounhHO, fS.43. Lot 2. Coats and Caoes, $5.9S. IMi l-t othb.R LndJofl and Viise CJo-.ks H1 Cspef, eliev ioa. clievittte. chiuiRtaE, plain cloths. Alt the luttMt co in W.vck, Wp?, nHd Oxfords. Alt sices. VsUiomU for S.'.Sti, $, nd JS. Yar doles, 5S.9A Lot 3. Coats and Capes, $7.98. litis (t ittclwl L'tflieB' uid Kiss, s ritstih and Olcili C jm ami Cloih JavU,t m tiorelty kejs-tsjtt. beaten, diagonals. cfaflttxMts. ev ert rjitl s, tilMin and fancy efftvlg, full, lalloca sJawwn, de notch t-ilr. all sivta. Mad fe editor Slu.$U,fK, Ktul$l8 "ioar choice, gT.tM. Lot 4. Coats and Capes, $ 1 2.98. Lot ine)cd the flnrl-S( els in Coats and 0e Htown in Yi ah tnciou r a-y oUior city in ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 December 1894

THE WASHING-TON T13JJE3, THUJ?, DAT, DJSCEBEK IS, 1894. SUCCESS GA1E TO THE PUBLIC PICKS Four First GliDioas W-311 A3 Races a! ASeiander Island. BOOKIES HAD A HAKD DAY Ellen H. tlic Only Wnnlaa Outsider to Save tlie reneilcrs. Traci "Was Heavy, batFar-a Es-jsivsd a Yic dxcitioa in All bat the Clssia? Bass, "Warm Lye na anl Frolici-ua La3i Had Their Chines Bains! by a Poor Etar! Pirate ChieJ Had Another Ciacc 2ntrio3. A'tnr Berwyn. Mickey 3.. rirate Chief, ad Lit le Jim. all four icing well-', ncked ravor- i:cs, had ias.l the jost winner-, in the IIr.1 four races ut Ah 2:1111 cur IsPtnJ yesterday. El.ea IL. at 8 to 1 in the betting, delighted lie fourteen Lookmakers by whining lho 1 jsing evcal an 1 defea. lag the two cio!ce3. Lyceam u I FrobVsomo Lass. Mr. Cas-My vas in jmlty line form up to that rery race, but when ho pave tho Hag to the eleven roa tc5lauts in this event it was to a lad -Jta-t. Ellen ILtrot off comfortul ly wc 1. while Ly ceum and the Las got koheked al'out in tho ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 December 1894

TilB WASHINGTON TIMES, TlITJESDAY, DECJEMBEJl 13, 1894. 4 The WashinQton yinies (EVLIIY Di.T IN tub Yriai GWNKO ANJ) ISSUED 3 1 Tl c Washington Times Company times building. Id i vest I'tcxtR Pi nnstlvam-v atexos xr.u Tijctii sritwcT. tTtloj bouo Hditorinl Itooms. 11V fli.f Prlly Edition Ono Omit, f m-ilcy Edition Threa Cents. Zj the jnontb Tblisr-Ovo Cools. WASHINGTON, I). C.. DECBMHEK 13, 1B0L "TH"WASH l N GTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: , meiii.au House.. Aim.fctou. The.. . I eeci , . ims. A... In r 's I'but mnef .. toebinn.Tbc lhht. and Pa ave. nw. . . . . , Vt. ii e. aud HdL uw. -. . 'jo i..ih1ioii. .....Auacmttin. 14th and K Ms. nw. 14th and Kbti. nw. Jbutt Hoito Jvnim i barmcu-v 35th and Ost8 nw. Grah-m. C us II 1250 83d si nw. ueiitiie.r. Nelson... 5'lD Kst. nw. iigi'l.eiiiiau:i 2153 Pa. ave. uw. Pali, John W rOrGbl uw. JIu.lI 5M.oe akor Klhnud K his. so. Hamilton, The 14th . nd IC btsuw. Ha vi s, J. J-, 21W H st. ii w. 1...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 December 1894

TUJfl WASBrNGTOI TIMES, TIIUKSDAY, DEOJUMBiSR 113, 1S9-J-. PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladies' Paris Kid Button Shoes slzos 1 to-?- A and ItocE) regu lar S4-.00 Shoosat Sl-50 per pair. About 75 pairs of Lacies S2.50 and S3.00 Sample Slippers at Sl-50 per pair. Ladies' S3.50 Button and Lace Shoes at S2.65 per pair. Our Sale of Itfen's $5 and S6 Hand-sewed Calf and French Patent Caif Shcss at SS.50 per pair will be continued until Christmas. THE WARREN SHOE ROUSE, GEO. KICH, 919 i St Bread Can't Be Baked. At Home 'That It iunl Q"KEi: UJUUD" ! any ji X iiU'V, '.cr tfce s jb ci. I.s as vine a'i 1 gil as siw is unol n-c as r-ii-It tfap imtarai svv lae .oi Uj . ir.t- aiu-d D.a "c I. .'. l-'Hik ftr .- t, cJilt mid 1 Ja.lab4 r Oh.;i us a Ia.Ul If mr piccr do -eat bundle it Veil sews yon jtroaii 11 CHAS. SCHNEJDER, 413 I St N. W. ITS A" FACT. 3ede ws ftel flattered had a lady x meal! Hie a lro:n C..orprtown lo bny Hcfok f.cin us, said the-f 1h1 Uk.mii ail. or.u the Jrrsofe siaic, ou...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 December 1894

o THE TTASTffisrGTOZN" TIMES, THTJIISDAT, DECEMBER IB, 1894. . 4 C3J Open evenings taiiU Gkrislmas. vrm We have a spe cially GOODTHING in UMBRELLAS, which comes just in the nick of time for the Christmas buy ing, a lot of regular $6 quality PURE SILK, TIGHT ROLLING UM BRELLAS, at Guaranteed not to CRACK or SPLIT. A big variety of new shape and style handles with SOLI D SILVER MOUNTINGS. A ve ry appro priate and accept able gift for any one. Initials engraved FREE. Robinson, Gherif i Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. NOT! How Reasonably We Sell S3 Will Buy A pretty Silludre Bine for amiss or lntly. - A knot Saarfirfu, with diamond ceuttr, for a gonUoiiiau. $5 Will Buy V handsomo Solitaire Bine equal to otbeis at $10. yairiMUF-H JTo.itaire Earrings, exeep- tional al le ring Willi one Konulno diamond and 2 Kenuiue emrrilds, rubies, or sapphires on eitlior ii.c - - A air of Link Cuu Buttons, with dia- iiiond center. A -olUaiiolMKm',iidStud. A Diamond Comer Gold Lockot ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 December 1894

"SOME ONE." A NEW SONG. IN THE SUNDAY'S ANNE HATHAWAY ON A NIGHT LINER IN THE SUNDAY ;S- VOX. 1. HO. 271. FRIDAY MOBJSTINGK DECEMBER ,14, 1894 SIX PAGrES. 027JS CEISTT. METROPOLITAN LINE COTS DOWN SALARIES, Conductors and Drivers Notified of 1 a Bi? Reduction at One, THE HEX TAKEN BY SURPRISE Wages Lowered from $2 to $1.65 For 12 3-4 Hours' Continuous Work. trikc Kay Piir the Summary Action of President Philips 2miIojc3 tunned by the Blow hat Threaten to Stop the Car "Wlcol. rer-fbapB To-day -ateiaest and TndiMatioa Aiaoaj tho Hon. T1" chirring mid whhaf.ng electric motor, j . r. In eh k te proposed to operate the !L ro; iitanStteat JtnHwny in the future, t i. is-tiutf tlsir fsiwful sfcitdows alMad. It high nooi yesterday the drivers nod c ui.uj t ..-.oti both branches of Die Metro l 'tii Street Railroad, -were notified tiwit 1 r i nne buftutoa reJHeed to go into c I t at once. I ui r'nluettoajor the regular iea will be f- t - ' to 61.65 per day for twelve and t.,r .- i.uartfr hours...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 December 1894

2 THE "WASHING TOST TIMjES, FPtlDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1894. Closing-out Sale, 4-37 7th St. N. W. Men's Fine Furnishing Goods. Everything must be sold without delay, as we have to vacate this store by Decem ber31. Fixtures for sale. Most KcniHrlinblc ISxrgnins in every line, Many things suitable for Holiday Presents such as Silk a'nd Gloria Umbrellas, Silk and Linen Har.dk'fs, Mufflers, Sus ponders. Gloves, Neckwear, Shirts, Underwear, Night robes, Jewelry, etc. Ail pur chased for this season's sales. Kemp's Collars iliid is orr stMlii liin is orr felaMtnrd make sml best 1A ciiRjiij'. i egular jfiVi lis. Xow. . JVL- Fe :s Shirts- itift Bit' tfels U Urn boot sbi t ttwr ran t tnudo at nay price. Knrmwij- fl.SJ. " 1 M. C. Grace, GCc uslMtatiered; '&: tann d r d. Underwear. t iup stiutdard pwxlg at greatly reduced prices. S me b okeu lots nt almost your own prices. N ckwea- .') diKoa i cater fic nml $1 qimHtlo.- Iai!c in cut own work notiHi lioaut:- Q fui dec tHi ......... I iat KEEP MFG...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x