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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TOIES, Till DAT, DECEMBER 14, 1894. 3 - PUBLIC FORM WAS NOT CARRIED OUT Ponce de Leon's Running Caused Ugly Things to Be Said. AX INVESTIGATION UNDER WAY May B. Gave the Talent a Great Shock liy Winning. Judge McMahsn'a Colt Was a Prohibitive Favorite for the Fourth Race at Alexander Island, but Finished Behind His Field His Grace Found the Sticky Gotns .o Eis Liking and Beat Some Very Good Koracs. Never was tho glorlou3 uncertainty of horse racing better demonstrated than nt tho Alexander Islnud trnck yosteruny. when 'ueh cattiCas Mary E., Uncle Jim. and Soprano II Unshed in Irout of Ponce de Leon, a horse which tur tnen lerm a first-clnas so ling plator. The rues rciorred to wus the lourth on the card, and the distance a mile and a sixteenth. Ponce de Leon, Westchester. Lum, UtcloJiru. Soprano II. and May E were tbe contestant? and choices in tho order named, the former being quote J at 1 to 5, while the lattor could be booked at JO to 1. and nt one time ISO to 1 co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 December 1894

THE WASHJJSTGrTOX TIMES, FJRIDAT, DECEMBER 14, 1894. 4- The Washington Times (ETEKT DAT IN THE YEIJM OWNED AND ISSUED 3t Tie Washington Times Company TIMES'BUILDING. ICVTEWEET CCKJvXX l'tNNm.TASU AVENUE AND TlKTH SntCEi; 5tluj bono Editorial Rooms, 1V Business Ofilce. ZV. Mca, Pally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Thrae Cents. 13y tbo month .Thlrtr-nvo Cools. WASHINGTON. I. C, DECEMBER 14, 1891. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: .A merit an House .ihst. and Pa. ave. nw. .Arlington, Tho Vt. nve. nud II et. uw. i)coRei.lha& A 'ie.li.nllytowu. Rury's Pharmacy Aunertin. loebinn,The ..14th and K sts nw. Ibbilt llout-o 11th and I eta. nw. Linns 1 barmnoy.... ...atlinudOslanw. G'raham. CI ns. II 1250 32d 6t nw. Guentbe.r, Nelson. 509 Kst. nw. linge. Hot inann 21 S3 Pa. nve. nw. Hall, John W 07 G tL nw. Hall Mioojnaker. .T7 bth mid K bts se. Hamilton, Tho 14th . nd K Bts nw. llay, J. E W H st. nw. Hodges, It- 1212 Pa. avo. nw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 December 1894

TILE WASHIGTOIT TIMES. FRTDtAY, DECEMBER 14, 1894. 5 PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladies' Paris Kid Button Shoes (sizes 1 to 4- A and 1 too &B regu lar S-t.OO Shoes at S J. 50 per pair. About 75 pairs of Ladies' S2.50 and S3.00 Sample Slippers at $1.50 per pair. Ladies' S3.BO Button and Lace Shoes at S2.65 per pair. Our Sale of Teen's $5 and 56 Hand-sev.ad Calf and French Paiont Catf Shoes at S3.50 per pair will be continued until Christmas. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. KJCH, 919 P. St ' Bread Cant Be Baked At Home Till. 11 ?Vi-l VAKBIt pi:faiv in ,mr m t -JilHr lor th me ". It as vbln nad I5g.it ns v o. in while -Hit as until M " l! nat . sac tjes-of tl:e wlioai '"nsui-I ui c lMV UkA or our r d, hiu and J lu label Cr" J:v is a pul if jnar ficitr to-tni tu-ndle it. el M wrvc you promi t y. GHAS. SCHNEIDER, 413 I St- N- W. : f $4 r- A TON FOS ,-JJ PSA COAL. Wfcm you lire offered it fir les3 Jim tLet pr'c nswarr Dirt an J Muvj wou.d make 1 eix. and t--y weight ilikc f Mt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, IS94-. a O OpciKvctiitujsimlil Ghrisinias.' We have a! I sizes ; in those popular BLUE and BLACK- ,, KERSEY OVER- '. COATS at $ 1 5 and - ' $20. And they are better coats than any other dealer can or will sell for that amount of money, better fab rics, better trim mings, better fit and more stylish garments. That is why we sell so many of them. Don't fail to get one of those Ger man silver watches we are presenting with every cash purchase of $ 1 0 or over. Itwillmakea handsome holiday gift for any man or boy, and COSTS YOU NOTHING. Robinson, Gherij 4 Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. At R. Karris & Co.'s Every requisite for a lad y's or gentleman's Writing Desk. One or more of these articles -would make a most acceptable Christ mas rifk Starting Ten IfoMor 75c. MwUhk Paper Knife.... 75a Sterling Letter Seal 1 Sfctt-Uug Candle Stick. .5 1.69 btertitig - hiouu: od ltub- fcr M.HJ S.etlta I'on etual Calen- dnr K Siertidc-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 December 1894

t . ii ;sre . rV- ThatjPnetiy - -- (Baichj (Bid TO-HORROYTS TIMES. -Art Supplement Ct Spanish X)anGBr, WITH TO-MORROWS TIMES T(XL. 1. NO. 272. WASHIXGrTOiN, D. C, SATURDAY HORtflNiH-? DECEMBER 5 15, 185)4 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. JL JL-Lf J UJpw s . rr.Mdcnt Samuel L. Phillips. of Tbc .Metropolitan Mrcct Itailtray. METROPOLITAN STRIKE ENDS IN COMPROMISE Ag;e?ruinl Beached Afler Hostilities Had Been Commenced, MEN COMPLETELY SATISFIED $1.75 the Kate for Twelve Hours' Work Favorable Conditions. Kctrcpclttan Company Aprses to Ec-cmploy All Employe 3 Discharged for Particinatinf; in the Strike Ewininen Better Off Than Ibey Were Sefore After Now Motor Pov7er Is in "Wages Will Ee Ecstored. The MetrepoMtna Hallway striko, which be gan t p o -day af U raaou and gave promise of a long and IrfUfer btragcle for the restoration of tl employes wages, ended in the oeaing in a o-i) prm. te, which give mutual satisfaction. The eonductare attd di i .'era reionded quickly to the -all of their loaders, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 December 1894

IFJIEASSXNGTQJSr TXMIE; ,ATITE.DAYV DJDCJB1SIBJSI?. 15, IS94. Twenty Congressmen, Physicians, Government Officials, Merchants, and Other Citizens Interview ed by "The Times" Who Have Been Cured of sumption -BY- 1232 14th St. Office Hours 9 to lO a. m.; 1 to 2 and A- to 7 p. m. Terms reasonable. Consultation free. Specialties Lung,. Throat, and Catarrhal Diseases. "THE WHITE CORNER." S7.50 buys as pretty a fit-to-your-fi2Ture Black ALL WOOL CHEVIOTsuitasany man might want. Single or double breasted. We're manufacturers otherwise we'd have to askS10.50 or SI 2 for it. They're elegant in style well tailored, and they've got months of solid "look-well" service In 'em. E Cet acquainted with us through this suit. Overcoats we've got lots p at comfortable prices. GARNER'S, 7TH AND sts. NW. CRITICISM DEFYING CLOTHES. Closing-out Sal 4-37 7th Si- N. W. w9 Men's Fine Furnishing Goods. Everything must be sold without delay, as we have to vacate this store by Decem bers. Fixtures for" sale. Hos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 December 1894

THE WASHIKGrTOlSr TIMES, SA1 UK DAX, DECEMBER 15, .1894. FODR OF THE MGES if CLOSELY GONTESTEDJ uveiy jssning ana ring . oporune f Fealiires en the island. THREE FA'vOIUTES WINNER Reynard Proved to He a Wild Horse in the Opening E'.caL "Wr.i!e tho Provicai rarfarnancss of tho Ful sifcr Cast-oif at Shis Coarse Did not Jujtify the Heavy f luage on Eeyuard. the Latter Carried the Money Safely Eomc Dwyer Euled 03" and Beicstatei. ! Coniderin:; tko heavy tra k the racing at Aluxauier Island was very sroo I yesteril iy. lour of tho raees resultis;! in cl jse aud excit ing flnlsho. l'rynard. winner of the oponiujr event, was the ouly horse to on, turo the honors without boiiur troubled much l.y Ins nearest pjioneuts at the finish. My winning by three lengths he proved to be a pretty fair horse, as. on I'iw'c,; the quarter pole, he was ' about Hvo lengths 1-chind (lie iHwleri, Gcr:k), Dashing CiinrlK and Gol Joiner. I Tne second race went to By Jove, who, thanks to Harry Leivls' sraad riuin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 December 1894

4 LE WASHINGTON, TIMES, SATURDAY, BECEHKER 15, 1S94. The Wastiinaton Times il i ..i Vax lh iUrii.tt t ,Ai J) AM3 JS"" "5f 71c ;:t-turnt08 !.. . Ci,..: ..it 'i s.f-BL:' : . .. C! -.IWl.T ((1MB 11. V ' . .Mi Ali-.IS IMi .f.r'BW-.... QaeOn f ', MUrEiMaa ....Tareyt:. i tin.- Tam-a-aKib tiwaw., -Ill' aXOS, . C. 5ECEH6EB 5. 1881. THE WASHINGTON TMSES a j-i fco obtained daily an3 Sun- ,t. .' tho fOliOVVinjg hotels and 1 1 i 1 I!chbc Tlhef. BBiPi.arn na. ,1 i li., M . aijdlii. aw. 1 tsmkIb.-, .AnnetMM. . 1 . r!,.,. .Uvti jd KJW ,itr. i 1 ojiue ... .......Uthaiulirsfcs. r. UGQfT .TSU00 MLMC c catt-.......JWe8jK kit. lieKft....-ra-iri. aw. i rasu S.V9j"n v.JMk. rw .'A"a&mr. .' Lu - BAUr t tad K aS-. .j', 3iio Hii'4Kitisuw. I K Srft-Br. 1" 15 ...;. !2l2Pa us. tw. 11 i'ot?l .13 aw3 Ksi.; nw. ' ...... 3U$ta.ve. KB'. ict ...'irSia6t a. .n- 1. feitttdJ BW. . i fen. .8l-tBW. 1 nt lil .! :a,V. H JiK aad il mm. aw. . oHt m hotci.. Pa. ma. Bd6lit aw. i r .i s 30s aa t. a. 1 " 3!1VSW, fwrd a . Hi l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 December 1894

THE WASTrPN-fiTQ-PT TIMES, SATUHDAT, DECEMBER 15. 1S94. .JWSX'AI - THE SHOPPERS' GUIDE. Y PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladies' Paris Kid Button Shoes (sizes 1 to 4- A and 1 to 2M 3) regu lar $4-.00 Shoesat S1.50 per pair. AKr.nl- 7R fntrc of Knriion S2.BO and $3.00 Sample Slippers at $1.50 per pair. Ladies' S3. 50 Button and Lace Shoes at S2.65 per pair. Our Sale of Men's S5 and S6 i Hand-sawed Calf and French Patent Calf Shoes at S3.50 per 5' pair will be continued until Christmas. THE WARREN SHOE ROUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St Chenille Curtains For Holiday Presents. ! Lot Hcav Chenille Cur tains, all colors 3 yards long, for $2.50 1 Lot Hcavv Chenille Cur tains, rich dndos, new colorings, 3 jards long, for $3.75. 1 Lot Heavy Chenille Cur tains, effective dados, ncv colors, 50 inches wide, 3 yards long, for S4.50. 1 Lot Heavy Chenille Cur tains, rich double dados, new colors, 50 inclies wide, 3 Yards long, for 35.00. 1 Lot Heavy Chenille Cur tains, figured all over, new ef ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 December 1894

6 THE WASHINGTON TTRIESi-SATUHDAX, pECmXBER T5, 18JU. 13 Open evenings until Christmas. , DON'T Let your holiday shopping- cause you to neglect .the boys. They need new clothes most all the time bring them here for their Suits or Overcoat and we'll guarantee you better gar ments foryour your money than you can get anywhere else, and in addi tion we present FREE, with every cash purchase of $10 or more, a handsome, correct time-keeping watch, one of the most acceptable presents you can give a boy. Etery tndy vtito calls to-day, f'n ttr ihe jmrcJiOfies or lot, trill he presctttal with a pretty zvurrnir hex. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. THE? j Answered, i Doubt as to asuitable, Inexpensive gift is al most instantly dis pelled by a visit to our establishment. NOTE THESE HINTS: Sterling Silver. All of these articles are of sterling silver, o-iooo's fine: Ha Pins S&cl Muff Holders. S1.50 HatMarka. 23c j JIatch Boxes.. $1.30 I mbrelln Muetac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

7 OOW WORKINGMEN ARE DUPED; or."" SLICK MR. PHILLIPS. Rad "The Times" Expose. VCIXTEEN PAGES. " ART-supplement; GREAT FEATURES, NO PADDING, vrCi T"OI,. 1. NO. 273. WASHIXGTOX, D. C, SUNDAY MOBTIN G-, DECEMBER 1G, IS 1)4 SIXTEEN PAG-ES AND AET SUPPLEMENT. THEEE CjENTS. W WV" A 4 "E3 S" W& T" li EFIPS A n m I vkl Ira t & $ 1 1 lt Fa -j 'W 1 V B W W "a 111 1 i i ll 1 I 1 y 1 HOW 18 THI8, YdU Say "One Thing to Thing to I PROFIT ON PAPER OF $70,808,96 Tot Your Company in tho Fiscal Year Ended 1894 Private Statement Issued to Capitalists Shows Thatthe Metropolitan Is in a Splendid Financial Condition Harked Discrep ancies Eetween Statements Therein Kad3 and tho Excnse3 Given Workingmen A Corporation "Worth 2,356,312.65 Too Poor to Pay Its Employes S2 Each a Day It Makes a Profit Each Day on Its Passeneers of 8525 After Payinir All Expenses and 8 Per Cent. Annnal Dividend and G Per Cent. Interest Upon 82,200,000 Worth of Bonds There Is till a Surplus Dnplicity and Treachery Practic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TUVEES, SUNDAY, DECJEMKER 1(5, TS94. OF Parlor Suites, Chamber'Suites, Wardrobes, Desks, Hall Racks," China Closets, Rockers, Gilt Chairs, Couches, etc., at especially reduced prices from now until Xmas. The cut begins TO-MORROW. Read slowly Don't skip a line. - - - PARLOR SUITES. Kovr s .Ipment. Latest dc KlRua A great variety of dif e out pall ras Irem whiohto chooe-s. Ouool tUc LmidMtuitint and reost substantial xitts 3 ou could slvo Kidicu'ous iricfs 1or instance: fij Q C 5-jlec- Mahogany flts in fliiKHk tnjKtry, ocly $18 Af 5-pioco Ovor-- T"w stuffed fcuito, uplioli.Mod m silk tni OS- GO"T fO QJO S-pleco Mahognny PT" Suite, upboiMori d in $33 luie Hits la'testr,, oalj , 31 AO -l'10 Silk S?!"1:!!::: $34.50 C"7r S-jSo solid IMahog PW any i u i . q, uj U tett-rxd iu batiti daniHbk, only. SI 7C lieautiful IO 5-i.ioco -OvetbiUbuU built:, -liolstu.vd jii line si.fc iu, ostir, f-imii,, sen 13 $55 JlliU iiu-i.b, s.uiiod .uiomidseat aud hade, only .... $147.50 Chamber Sui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

THE Tv'ASHZNGTTCXN" TIMES. STJDAXDECElMBEll 16. 1S94. 'jss:Si?gi'i4Si:ti tt'&&sm?g&&tt3fii Eras-aaa "s itrrT'-im ! i iiiriiiifiii?iiii"'icii im iLijViniMMlTiiTr 1 1 d nm m SiTTir---rl-iiii,rr ""' "''s"S3fe """ .5rn3iCmj'&iayg. nnmjrmnpj)HwnaKiili,i,'i'iwiiiiiii' " mi I" iiiiU''JwmjaMK8arP''WoiTriiBuji'iWwJiaiiiiiMiiiiiTjij JJ-2. - fc& f rr 3 , 33 It seems but yesterday we were planning and talking over CHRISTMAS GIFT THINGS for 1893, and ii i him ibiii uMiiiim i i 11 i i i n mi 'in i MiiiiiiiwiiEMafATltffiMiiMitfriiwitauwy ii iiii ii !!! TiMriMi'"TTgfrv'rTT-fr "n VriftVuiin ' ' i .l " iwmLlJiMa,iliiiiiiiin iniinwim ii ii i imemmmmmtmmtmmmm hexe is 1894 one whole year- With what wonderful rapidity Old Father Time whirls the years by, We exert ourselves for the duties of these holiday occasions get tHrough and before we realize it it is time to go through' g OJHIJIi them asrain. But while the occasion is the same, the, preparation is always different. We go abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

THElFASIDLSrGTQS TIMJSS, SUN DAT, DECEMBER 10, 1804. GORMAN HAD RASED INTO WIMIM FORI Cray's Colt Showed His Keels to Soma Fast Youngsters, PARAGON WON A CLOSE RACE Forest and Grand Prix Were Heads Behind the Finish. Only Col. Carter Had the Mount oa B Jovo and the Latter Ban a3 IT Ho Bad Ho Ambi tion in Life Gallatia Found a feft Spot in the Xonc Distance Event, 7inainr; Easily Bacing Gocd, Though Track Poor. tnncc nice, won tho mare out by placing 811 on bur for third place, getting 10 to 1 lor his woney. Secretary Tompkins' brand now colors wero much admired. Thoy proyed .a eharm lor Gallatia, but did not suit. Grand Prix, tbo latter preferring bis usual dose of sugar. G. C. Gray bad 20 all three ways on Gor man, at 5, 'J, and even. George Bowman had a Rood bet on Ontario a place. 1'red Esbner and Zach also fell on Ontario. Cbarley Buckioy, Sam Marks, and Orlando Jones had swellers on-Testibule. Orlando Jones laid against Lakoviow in his look. Fred Lowe played Lyceum. President I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

THE WASHING TOlSr TIMES, STJDA-Y, DECEMBEB 10. (894-. Reduced to $1.60 .. .-fcfe-.eS V.'c have Just recnivea a carload of thrfo fine lAdiob' Kockors, made in the very best man ner and suarnuteed to compare favorably with uu y $4.09 Kookor on th markot. -Mso Quartered Oak A ff Ki rs, covi red In p! k lush Q 4 J Kj antl ornameuted w. n reed.- Vino CflJonial Uockor, cob- vDiUU Ue 8t Moorl&S Tabmirottc, in lUo H . Q white, for decorating. ........ Dainty Tea Tablrs for deco- t 1 O r ratio?, our own detigu and w) J m !j very unique. - All Rradcs of Carpet and Matting Shade Work in alt its branches. I will pay you to come up on tho Hill and ex amine our stock. S.H. Moore & Co. 3 to, 3 12, 314 Pa. Ave. S. E. FTKXlTrRE, CARPETS, AXD DRAPERIES, STOVE MATTINGS AND RUGS. 0--3-3-3& -3-0'S"4B"SJ"0-0" "" 9 Give Your I Wife a Surprise 9 On Christmas come ill aild pick OUt SOllie f -r-,TTT rTT'fnD'l? O A T a FURNITURE-CAR PETSDRAPERIES -or STOVES that you think she'd like V onrl 1ivr ii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

TLXE WASUIlSr&TOX TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1S94. Washington Times lEVEKT DAT 1S THK YEltU OWNED AND ISSUED lit The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, OIZUTXEBT COl-MK J'UtttKTLTANU. AVKXDH AND TlKTII STUEET. Telajiboue Editorial Ilooms, 431 EucIuccbOnicc.Sir Hire, Bally Kditlon Ono Cent Sunday Edition Tbroo Outs. Ty lho month.. ..Thirty-are Coats. WASHINGTON. J). C DECEMBER 1G. 1S9L THE WASHINGTON TI?.IES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: iBieiKau House 7th st andTa mc nir. Ar.n.j,lon. 'lho... ...... A t. ave and ll &L nw. .fcee.i ., v lur -i 'j euiiatl to.iii. Burj I'liatmncy ..AnnoisUn. Coohian.Tbe. 14ili and K sis nw. lb) itt 4 o. so nth ami l'st. inv. Lns j barn.a t 35th and O sis. nir. Gir.ui.in, C as U ... JioOJfcMst nw. Cuej'tar, Nelsoit. SOStKst nw. lingo, lie maun ........illiS Pa. avo. nw. 1 ah, Joliu tflrii st. aw. Rail Shoemaker ....Mb ami K bts. so. IiniiiilK l., 'Jlia... ......Hth ndkstsuw. Ila is, J t. .."05 il...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

tS??"'5wsFS: THE WASHINGTON TIMES, &V2&D AY, DECEMBER 16, 1S94. Tho amount of weather aud atmosphere in Yashington daring the pat utsck lias been something fearful to remember and even more fearful lo endure. Apparently, however, ft bud little effect upon the party gosrs and enter tainers, for the six days have been full to re pletion of entertainments ot every kiud, sort, nnd description. Breakfasts, luncheons, din ner?, a tcrnoon teas, evening balls, and wed ding fc-tivities have followed fast and furious upon each other. Debutantes have been successfully launched upon the fashionable world and brides havo cone forth uj on thoir wedding trips qnito as successfully aud iu tho end as happily as though tho brightest sunshine had prevailed in place oi tho ram that saturated every one not possessed of a carriage, aud had a decld- j edly unbecoming effect upon bangs and coif- I fures curled otherwise tl.aa at nature's die- tation. If one stopped for the weather in ! Washington t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

g 'rrs-&&$'&ft &:?' rvw'' y? ";jgywg"gatKiy r Eg-Tfr,T'pynwsfc!a THE WASHXhGrTOaT TOMjEg, f SUff DAY, DECEMBER 16. 1894. AMCSEMEKIS. AMUSEMENTS. RCADEM FUNNY VTOEK COMMENCING 1 TO THE ONLY SHOW IN PRICES: 25, 50, 75, and Si. 00 THE FOUNTAIN HEADS NOHT TOWN. 1!!zI?IHHr23 MODERN WIT. IHERE ARE OTHERS, BUT NONE LIKE THESE! AS PERCY and HAROLD. A Record of 700 Nights in New York. mpAnMm . ?2? ffl.fc4- rlA wlit $1p Vi Jxc THIS WEEK AT THE THEATERS. 55 It's Wzrj if vE ONLY HfiUSSaSE flHE VW ifl U5l In Chas. E. Blaney's best (and always will be) "A RUN ON THE. BANK, Funny. You can't help but push it along". $iTHE TWO COLONELS. EW NATIONAL DeWOLF THEATER. WEE DOCTOR 1 1 e- 1 I ILsn S 8. TME1 Eikv3te F A imEorxMis S 17 IV s y 1 1 Dl A THE FUNNIEST, BR1GHEST. MOST yD BEST OF ALL ELODlC. & Comic Operas The Most Sumptuous and Spectacular Production and the Largest and Best Company Mr. Hopper has yet had. ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY. Scale of Prices, - 25c, 50c, $1 .00, $1.50. ,"&a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

TBCE WASHINGTON TIMES, S"E.NtAY, DECEMBER l, IS94-. SHE DROVE H Riins iMliawau Has Thrilling Experiences That She Will Never Repeat . R BilcoliG Customer. I have drk a nigni-liner. I haw set oa the tax C a shabby coupe i :o Lours than. I we te eouat I h.tve s:t ooo foutr night ia the streets ot ..Mai-fcM- frfviKC hither and thither at .u. , . .. T7 .. - ...,j ...i. -.i Uil'KKKOiiiBi :J "- "'c" '" J r.de. I have carried ibh and woana all cr the torn, wmI I voalure to say tbut not j c 1j of my terns sasaeeted for a laomeni that t- io vtrintlieMsbitl and Wuo aiuHler j -vs ' a wo win. 'iCMlay iKat was tho time i chose for r j .iJ.-a:wr niwuutra, ly the way, vLi-1 Il e m .r )lMivru in remember -tg liu I did In HBttciiat.n'. It was h ear. 'i'!.-lit nigh- ter the ralu. though I hud I, . d fora'-toadrstrv, rven a drizzle of n n, to make ijaeluees broker ami delecti-Mi j i a j r v a . There vs however, etfd c u '! mud under fool to ranke wjtfkiag a - i'iI'u! jdtissawi, and I argued Hist whil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

10 THE WASHrSTGTOST TKMJSS. SUNDAY. DECEMB.TCTt 10, 894. HELPED BY THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE Bull Traders Supported by Railway and Sugar Legislators. A WEEK OF HAXY ADVANCES Very Few Stocks Closed Lower Than Last Saturday's Finals. The last Part cf the "Week Has "Witnessed a Boalizatioa of High Prices in Sugar and Bai'.ways 3eraan Reprisals Also Affect American Hennery Interests, bnt the Stock Gains 6 3-4 in Value on the Weok. New Yohk, Dec. 15. -Speculation in the stock exchango to-day was inactive, and tho rnarketrwas irrejrul.irand unsettled, but tend ing toward weakness rather than strength, and most of the shares dealt in closed at a decline from final prices mdo yesterday. There was no very pronounced pressure to anil n-viwn in ;i-r hnt tlipr Tr.-m fviirnd n ' ,...., ...., ., - disposition to otoee out contracts, especially in the matter of taking profits where shown. The current "news" of the s,tro2t was mostly bearish. The market ojioned heavy and declined for the first half ...

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