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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

TELE WASIIIjN G T OH TIMES. SinSTDAT, u . - BECEMBEPv IG. 1SD4. 11 GLIRENGE. Br Bret Haute. Author of "The I.uck of Roaring Cntnp.' .. t "1 lie -Men of Sandy Bar," lite. Copyright, 1891, by Brot Harto. PART II CnATTEK n. Night al last, nnd the stir and tumult ol a groat flgbt over. Even tbo excitement that bad swept tb!s portion of tbo lattle-field only a Email section of a vaster area of struggle into which a brigade had marched, held its own, been Lenten back, recovered its ground, nnd, pursuing, bad passed out of it forever, leaving only its dead bobind. and knowing nothing more of tbut struggle than its own impact and momentum -even this wild excitement had long sinco evaporated with tho slinging smoko of gunpowder, tho acrid smoll of burning rags from tho cloth ing of a dead bo dier llred by a bursting shell, or the heated reck of sweat and leather. A cool breath thatseemod to bring back onco more tho odor or tlie upturned earthworks along the uow dumb line of battle, began to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

1 - 12 THE WASEGGSTGrTOiN TIMES, SUNDAY, DEC EMBEB 16. 1894. PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladies' Paris Kid Button Shoes (sizes 1 to 4- A and 1 to 3 B) regu lar S4--00 Shoes at Si. 50 per pair. About 75 pairs of Ladles' 2.50 and S3.00 Sample Slippers at S1.50 per pair. Ladles' S3.50 Button and Lace Shoes at S2.65 per pair. Our Sale of Men's S5 and S6 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 l St G vcycutho choice of 03 pairs Ladies' Shoe 3. BIG BARGAINS In Men's, Boy's, Misses and Child's Shoes. BUY NOW 15BaEsToLY The Great Shoe SALE of TUCKERS' AVENUE STORE, 1923 PA. AVE. & Beginning To-morrow b Special Xmas Prices for WATCHES $6.00 16.00 g $6.00 $6.00 This beautiful Solid Silver Stomwinder a c 11 and warranted for t me. Id elsewhere for 410 Our Xmas WE HAVE li J hilver btem winders, open face, S3.50 St ,d ilver Stemwinders, double case, d JS4-.50 11 Gold H-karai, JHgIn or ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

THE V,tJlSIIJ2$GcTQ21 TOTES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, IS94. 13 Clear the Way for thBj36tULant. At this season ail tne poaeh-c!ioekl, ctirly- iseatlwl Rlrte who bave, 1 y soma notorious J pro oss during tlwi summer, oenscd to bo children and berstne aH at once young wo men, aro matiug tnoir bow to tbe social world. Tlioy are nnuounciu;;. not in so innuy woitis, but by tbo njoti ltntching smiles, that they are now old enough to ship for tho voyage of llfo if a jjoou male is to bo had to accompftuy tJiesi. xi a mKor ui muciu.Ui uU JU.C . interest to the girls tbcneM. its a matter j of evoa mere serious mouMaHtothetrmothera, for the way in wbieh a girl gets smarted in j life is likolv to influence H her future. Of i course, MiUrrj-vFcjiUjerbead is iollnitoly 1 mote ink-n ,, with tbo lit of her gown, and ; th nu . t or o! her loaqucfe. than n ith any ! fcer.ous views n-out the futura, which is , ex per. COMIXO OUT THIS. To begin with, if it is iu any way possible sbo wdl give DlMijtics a com...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, STJNDAT, DECEMBER 16,189a. X-MA3 Suspenders' X-MAS X-MAS lath Blanhcta. X-MAS X-MAS CAN SDCH STATEMENTS BE DODBTED. Smoking Jackets Iressiog Gowns. Slippers. Dr. Walker's Wonderful Wor&I: 14 m fe HI H n ffl a s&J s fi ffl a ra 111 ffl s 1 w 19 1 111 m rS v 19 H w tl m m W m m X-MAS Gloves X-MAS liftdkcrckicfe. IX-MAS i Kockwear. X-MAS f Canes. X-MAS iieklitoekoa X-MAS Shirt Jewelry. X-MAS THEY AFE "III Dress rWJLL SiuKS, faff eta Silks p r nuccwia1 Silk Serges ittlefield SHks, i And in addition the choice of a lot of Solid X-MAS -4 pajamas? X-MAS dvcliwj B& The awful disaster to the Government Yrinting Office, which has long been pre dicted, involving the cJIapso or tho main buildings and the precipitation to the gronnd f thousands of tons weight, pinioning hun dreds of people unable to escape a fate made more horrible by the terrible ravages or flro all this might lme furnished tho readers of The Tjies tnis morning a sensation almost beyond concep...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 December 1894

THE WASHING TCXN" TI&:ES, SUmXECEBWi 16,ijl'854. 13 COLONIAL WANTELS. Antique Fireplaces that Offered .More Opportunity for Iccoratio Art. Tho fashion of colonial rnnalols does rot wnno indeed, it scams to grow upon troso who arc looking for fireplace surroundings that will bo a joy forever. These mnntels are mndo n on for libraries nad halls, but most frequently in vbile onntuel for drawing joo ns ad belrooais Often lho wall of such rooms is wainseo ted ns high as tbu shelf of tho m i iilol ju a wcod to match tbo in. nli 1. In an .ittra ctive room eft' is kind the wall jnboti IheTwiinsioling wnsppperedwi h roses and 1 udb. Kbe tile facing and licnrth were of oft oli roo anfl tbo dm oration of tho undo niuntel dli-do tracer es of gilt. Tbo band inc o lug tbo llreplnco was a na-row gilt bea ' ng. Tue over-mantel uasonlj a -heir, above v hir li was bnug a largo oval tnin'or m a I lorontm i frame. The Are screen was nNo of gold, pink, and white, aud the andirons andotlierjmrts of t...

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

16 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1S94. li" Open evenings uHtS&ivislmas. l5 U a JOl A lot of sensible and serviceable holiday gifts for men and boys there is in our big store. Any article in the entire building would be appropriate and acceptable. THESE FOR INSTANCE : Dress Suits. Mackintoshes. Business Suits. Dressing Gowns. Overcoats. Smoking- Jackets. Bath Robes. Neckwear. Mufflers. Canes. Umbrellas. Silk Night Robes. Pajamas. Silk Suspenders. Silk Handkerchiefs. A Silk Hat. Kid Gloves, i Linen Handkerchiefs.' Fur Gloves. Dress Shirts. And hundreds of other equally serviceable and attractive articles at very attractive prices. Initials engraved FREE on Canes and Umbrellas. Everything suitably boxed FREE, and all purchases cared for and delivered later if desired. Robinson, GhBrulGo.,' Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. 1 PRESENTS f That make a B ! G SHOW? f For a - ? j Little Money!! f Don't think that $ f because we carry the f finest stock and larg- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 December 1894

CVERY WOMAN "READS THE TIMES' WOMAN'S PAGE. NOTHER CHAPTER L IN THE HISTORY OF MR. PHILLIPS. TOI,. 1. -NO. 274. WASHISTG-TLOT, D. C., MONDAY MOB'Q-, DECEMBER 17, 1SIM SIX PAG-ES. OE CE2TT. MORE IBOUT He Rttempts a Denial that "Hots Like a Boomerang, PSGTS THAT IRE Hio Metropolitan. Sailroad Company's President Admits that "The Time3" Has a Copy of the tatmBt of the linancial Condition of tho Eoad It Is Kost Contradictory of Hi3 Fablisaed Utterances to Etrikiapr Employes What Eas Becomo of the Surplus Earned Evory Year? Why Were 8 per cent. Dividends raid and Ho Provision Made for Emer gencies? Why Do Iot the Stockholders Pay in the 23 Due on 14.220. Shares These Preventive Measures Ehould Eavo Eeen Taken Before Cutting Poor Een3 Saa:ie3. President Samuel S. Phillips, of the Met- j iopolitan Street Railroad Company, wrote i a letter yesterday to" The Times" in an swer to the questions contained in the s,torv published yesterday, of his treat ment of the employes and his utterances to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 December 1894

THE WAvSHIlTGTO TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1894. IMPRISONED BRAIN; PETRIFIED HEART Dying of Consumption, BOPS TO BE ISSUED BY COMMITTEE OF '96. Consequences of the Doctrines of the Sacred Scriptures. THE GOSPEL OF INGERSOLL First Step Toward Raising a Fund for the Great Gathering. ENDEAVOIiERS TO PURCHASE "WHOSE FATJMUS IT, "JUDQE YE," 2 Jf " ' ( OrEK EVEKIKGS TILL cmUSTMAS. " - - (2 S QPFnAI Xdl-F' I J j- X. We expected to do a mucli bigger business this fall- We thought a decided chauge for the better would happen and made up a big stock for "the boom that never came." Naturally, we have more suits on hand than we l;ke or expected and, with stock-taking only a short while off, our outy way to clear them out quickly is at a loss consequently this sale. 'Tisn't often a reputable firm makes such an offer as this: For $g.go take your choice of every Cassimere and Cheviot Sack and Cutaway Suit in our house including plain blacks and blues) marked $fj, $13.50, and $12.50. Don't think f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 December 1894

THE TFASHIGrTOK TIMES, MONDAY, DECEIBEK 17, 1894. SOME FRESH CHAT ABOUT THE RACES Sure Sport Is What Will Keep the Island Meeting Successful. CROOKED WORK IS TABOOED Alexander Island Officials Should1 Rid the Course of Suspicion. As Long 8 tie lacing at the Local Track Is Above Eonroach, Just So Loac "Will tho Meeting Be a Snecsss Bookmakers Are -, .. "i v -D..V1- t- - - 1 Here n Plenty and fee Public Patronize the Eport Christmas Day Football. Ilneing at tho Alexander Island course has of late been above the average, nnd the pat ronage given the track is steadily improving, nnd the winter meeting so far Is a pronounced suceoss. It promises to continue so as long as the association succeeds In keeping the rac ing above suspicion. During the pa t week several cast's of starting reversals of form have occurred, and the one of Fonce do Leon has not yet been explained. Judge McMabon, tho owner of the horse, and Jockey Johnson have been cleared of any complicity, if there was a job, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 December 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIM.ES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17,1894. The Washington Times (Etekt Day in thk Yeah) OWNED AND ISSUED Br Tfcc Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Ccvthwect coxxrx I'i-xsetlvama avench and Tr.Tn Shiest. Telonbcn Editorial Rooms, 4SV. Suslneea Offlco, S3. nice, Dully Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Thre Cents. By tee month Thlrtr-flTo Cents. "WASHINGTON. I. C, DECEMBER 17, 1S9L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th st, and Pa are. nw. Atliugton. Tho..... Vt. ave. and list nw. Hooker, I'hoa A.... '1 onuulIytOK-n. Bury's I'hnrniuey Anaeostin, loWnan, The HtUand K sts. nw. I-blitt House Hth and Ksts. nw. Evatib l'harmncv 35th and O sis. Jiw. draham. CI as II JSoOS-.M 6t nw. Ouenther, Nolsou SOU Fat. nvr. Ilage. Hermann ..2153 Ta. avo. nw. Hall, John W M7 G bt nw. Hall Shoemaker blh and K bta. sa. Hamilton, The nth mid IvsUnvr. Hayrs, .J. E 'JOG II st. nw. Hodges, 11 B 1212 Ta. no. nw. J oil u son H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 December 1894

THE WASniK&TOSr TIMES, MOJSTDAX, DECEMBER 17, 1894. PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladies Paris Kid Button Shoes (pizes 1 io 4- A and 1 to 3fc B) regu lar S4-.00 Shoes at S1.50 per pair. About 75 pairs of Ladies' S2.50 and SS.OO Sample Slippers at S1.50 per pair. - Ladies' S3. SO Button and Lace Shoes at $2.65 per pair. Our Sale of Men's S5 and S6 Hand-sewed Caf and French Patent Calf Shoes at S3.50 per pair will be continued until Christmas. THE WAMN SHOE HOUSE, GI!0. K KICK, 919 P. St GLOVES ? ALWAYS f 1 DO. 9 Gloves make Capital P e cnls. a Gloves for Men. Gl o ves f o r W o m en . Gloves for Children 500 DOZEN Pine quality Kid Gloves. Pliant, latc-t shades, and most approved cut. ortli $1.25. Holiday Price, i?C. 25c. Worsted Mittens, 19c. Egyptian Vases. Pilled with Superior quality Cologne. Worth Tor. Piitfree Bottles, 25c. Garters, nicely limed, 49c. $i.00 Cawbiimtion I'ochet lrwks, 49c. Open evenings until after Christmas. Shop at night if more c onvement. iCO, J22,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 December 1894

w 6 TITOS WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17,1804. SOpm Etenings. Advertised a few days ago an Over coat at SI 0.00 as the best we ever saw at that price, but we have a BET TER ONE NOW. An elegant, SMOOTH FINISH, BLACK KERSEY, with black diagonal cloth lining, styl ishly cut, and as perfect fitting as any custom tailor coat at $50. Don't fail to buy", your holiday gifts for men from us. Then they'll get something that's sure to be appre ciated and will be of some practical use as well. Robinson, Glieru & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. I4-inch Vases, Large Ma jolica Pitchers, Large Rebecca Tea Pots, Large Gold Band China Pitchers, Gold Cream Pitchers, Decorated Cuspidors Given veitb. every iKHind of Tea or three pounds of l otfee to-dn y 8 Lars Hum ford's Toast Fowder 25c 31 arkaes Quaker Oate 25c 7 C iikes btar soap...... 25o Johnston's, 729 7th St. N.W, (THE JOHNSTON CO.) Telephone 815. Yoini Want Candv For Christmas Thrso tiro ar in&oparaUo. Ilio pt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 December 1894

---4-'" "--. MEXT SUNDAY'S ART SUPPLEMENT IS ESPECIALLY TIMELY AND BEAUTIFUL. CVERY WOMAN "READS THE TIMES" WOMAN'S PAGF. TOIi. 1. 3tfO. 275. WASHIGTCXM, JD. C, TUESDAY MOEOTTG-, DECEMBER IS, 1894 SIX PAGES. OjSJE CEjSTT. --- 1 " ARCH CONSPIRATOR HAYWARD ARRAIGNED Bravado in Court of the Treacherous Lover of Miss Ging. HE WILL PLEAD SATURDAY IMixt, the Sclf-conFcssed Murderer, Wcaklv Pleads Not Guilty. Eayward Sneered as tiio Indictment Charg ing Him with Trocaring and Paying for tae Kuflflor of the Girl Was 3oad, and Coataaaed to fihow Earaarkablo Composure Trial Will Tate Place in Three Weeks, j MrwrEAroue. Miaa., Dee. 17. Next Satur day mor aing Harry T. Hayward will plead to the iaHctnt charging him with the inur Cer of Catherine Ging. This afternoon Mi -riff Ego and a -deputy went over to St 1'atil to bring with tbem Hurry Hayward in order that be might make bis plea. The officials tool: their prisoner from the Hauibay oanty Jail, and, without irons, boarded a car to bring him ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 December 1894

2 T IE WASHINGTON" TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1894, i (&&&&&&&h y ol EN KV.ING TILL IKlSTMAi. The $15 Suits at X Wr you In yestria.v to 3t onu? W4 ware crowded aJJ S day y1aetoe that tlte rtt-. 1e ore, -'cti'tJmdte re 's duetionaof a iQrnJta- c . t - wi a' v eVt seSi ir.gr: Sy' Ute6ny fafi, 18.E0 ani H2.S0 V ft C tv it nt i ' iiMrr. k -qtul Q) cuLtg$ SmM &i the how sn tmiatg ; Wax n4 !., fbr $$.00 J for. 0joe. T If staofk-taking time wasn't so noar you'd pay exactly S) what they're marked ut ve' rather count do Jars than . suits so out thoy ere vmo & t -an you ever In your ' life paid before for si - tr-i-.i-s. dvf.T- arment will be J sold ckwiars undarva -e eshaii clian.r tV ail a titrations. S Cometo-day If you dSn't think thcy'e cheap enough don't Q S buy. Pj E1SEMAN BROS., Cor. 7th and E Sis. N. W. 9 n uui urcpiujuiduie dluck or v9 PATENT May give you a good idea P ten Leathers you'll buy best you can get O course, we cannot guarantee the en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 December 1894

THE WASHIGTO TIKES, TUES DAT, DECEMBER 18, 1894. LITTLE WILLIE HAM RODE FOUR WINNERS Pet Jockey of the Ladies Had a Very Good Day of It. THREE FIRST CHOICES WOX Son Malheur and I5:n the Outsiders to Ficish First. Sixteen Pencilers Gave the Public a Chance to Back the Horres, the Opportunity Being Eagerly Accepted by a Larco Crowd of Speculators Thurston and Indra, Both Ham's Property, Won fcr Their Owner. Followers of Jockey Ham and there are many, especially among the lady patrons ot be Alexander Island track had a good day yesterday, he riding four winners. Two of them, Son Malheur and Ben, were long shot3, the former closing at 8 and the latter at 12 to L Tho other two were favorites and both Ham's property. Starter Cassidy was in ratbor poor form. He loft Wheeloski, in tho two-year-old cveut, as yood as at the post, and in the alleged race, the second on the card, he dropped his flag with three horse?, amom: them being Jack Wynne, almost being pulled up. the riders of the latter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 December 1894

V&'y"1 r: -w if THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18,1894. 4 r ' ' The Washington Times tETERT DiT i the Yeix) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. fcctbwkt corker i'enketlvanu avenue 1xd Tenth Street. Tlepbone Editorial Itooms, 43V Xutinees Office, 337. rrJr,IRJly Edition One Cent Euncny Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-flTO Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., DECEMBER 18, 189L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House Tlhst. and Pa. avo. nw. Arlington, The..........t. ao. and list. nw. lioeker, Chas. A Teuuallytown. Bury's Pharmacy Auacostla. oebran,The .-14th and K sts. nw. Ibbltt House lltb.andl&ls. uw. Evans I'harmncy Siih and O ;ta uv, Oraham. Chna. 11 1250 32d st inv. Gucuther, Nelson. UH Fht uw. llnge. Hermann 2IM Pa, mo. nw. Hall, John W EOTObt. nw. Hall Shoemaker n and It ts se. Hamilton, The IttlmiHl KstbUW. Hayes. J K Ilttaw. Hodgee, It 11.... ...... ..lStil'n. ao...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 December 1894

TIIE WASHING TOiN" TIDIES, TUESDAY, DECEIJBER IS, 1m) t. FOOD FOR THOUGHT. hyy o y-yy!l 11 I ? v ? i i H;v 'J 1 the suoppnris guide. w 1S PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR EARGAIN SEEKERS. La-lies' farls Kid Button Shoes (s et I to 4- 4 and 1 to 3J4 B) regu lar . .u SM3etat $I.Su"perpair. f ADju. 75 pairs laM&t' i.ou and s,- OO bampte Slippers at SI.1-' j tr pair L Jiet" $3 SO Button and Lace Shots at $? o5 per pair. Our Sle or Men's S5 and S6 I Hande?d Calf and French P c-c at Shoes at 3 50 per pir '1 be continued until Chr s mat. Co. Ladies' four-button tit v;aribtshge house, GEO. H. K1CH, V) T. St a vjen eens ur after Chrtstmas. FCR (T'l-T-ic--p-r3'ic: 9 , VJLS.i. iOt-lLlCAO IConrolt to-dny's TMF for full dotalts.1 A. GiuIb A-ilro. Rose of the choicest va rieties from 6 to c0 j er doz. Misfit Ciothim; Co -Men's finely tailor made clothing at low prices. Loeb t Utrsh EiCfll ut quality glocs, neckwear, shirts, etc. for men's weat at Sl-08. Edmouston s Men's p.itont leather shoes reduced to $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 December 1894

"Tr"'',"WSr " the wAsirnsaTOiN times, ttjesdat, decemueh is, iso4. 6 r9J Jg'pWT' "s?-'!?' .to"?!? V t32"0 Uciijs. 5E Yourself a present of an Overcoat. It need not neces sarily be expen sive to be a GOOD one. OURS at $10, $12, and $15 are all thoroughly RE LIABLE or they wouldn't be here. They are also FASHIONABLY cut, WELL TAIL ORED, and PER FECT FITTING. That's more than can be said of some other people's best ones. Suits, too, for either dress or bus iness wear in just as good qualities at equally as low prices. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Very opportunely wo have ;ust secured a bie stock oi Watches at considerably be low regular wholesale prices, and shall turn them over to you proportionately low. Note these PR ua 9 V"- V Q I i V ' m I This old Silver, Mem Winding Watch, Worth S, ONLY S3.50. Stcriing Si'cr UrntHij Watches, ONLY S5.00. Case Gold-aUel Tluiitinz Case V ati hr, L-du and Men's el j.-s, -w rtL $.5 ONLY $10 EACH. S$ Open E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

gVERY WOMAN Reads The "Times FOR SOCIETY GOSSIP -THE TIMES-ONE CENT FOR : : : EIGHT PAGES. : : : THE BEST. THE CHEAPEST AND FASHION NOTES. TOL. 1. 3TO. 27 . WASHIXGTO, D. o., WEDNESDAY MORjSTIKGVEC EMBER 19, 1SU4 EIGHT PAG-ES. OjSTE cestt. FIVE DAYS OF TALK MD THEN REFLECTION ft$a!e on the Carlisle Currency Bill Begun in the House. . -"id VOTE HErOKE THE RECESS Gen. SicKles' Significant Remark That It Isn't a Law Yet At the Very Outset Mr. Cprinccr Has to Ad mit That There Are Defects in the Heas nrc 3Ir. Walker, of Massachusetts, Con tends That the Plan if Crystallized Into law Would Not Afford a Shadow of Belief. Tho most rasaa! observer, looking-in on the Tfouse esterday, could not havo failod to rec ognize the fiwt that a subject or nbsoroiug ln i rest to the members wa under discussion. Win e the galleries wore nearly empty nnd the attendance on the floor was not large, eory f j -aker whs accorded tlie closest attention, nnl from the hour of assembling until the I " of a longee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

THE WASHXSTGrTOX TIMES, WJSJDNIBSDA DECEMBER 1, 1S94. OPEC EVENINGS TILL CHRISTMAS. ) The $15 Suits at $9.80.... Are Going Fast. Were you In yesterday to get one? We were crowded all day evidence that the public appreciate a legitimate re duction sale of a reputable firm. This Is what we're selling: JZvcry $15, $13. CO mid S12.50 Man's Cluxlot and Casshncrc sack and cutaway Suit in tlie house (including plain Hues end blac!&) for 9.90 for choice. - . If stock-taking time wasn't so near you'd pay exactly what they're marked but we'd rather count dollars than suits so out they gc for less money than you ever in your life paid before for such qualities. As every garment will be ) sold dollars under value we shall charge for all alterations. Come to-day if you don'tthink they 're-cheap enough don't buy. EISEMAN BROS., Cor. 7th and ) IYE DAYS OF TALK AND THEN REFLECTION (ConUnuoi from First Pago.) f-ut. I lmve not been at work on tbis bill for is. year, for nothing, nor am I," bo add...

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