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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

THE WASHrNTGTO:N TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 19, 1894. THE FAMOUS;1" 803 PENNA. AVE. $1005000 FINF CI ftTHiNn At One-half Former Prices Still Going On. The PUBLIC THROUGHOUT THT DISTRICT, when calling at our store, whether buying or not,-have found out for THEMSELVES and THEIR FRIENDS, tha its no FAKE. We claim to sell fine cIothJpg,only, andthis at HALF OF ITS FORMER PRICES. Therefore, lxar la mind Come and see yourselves tho C following llon'sl'Itto fuiusKXHBITEI) inu.-SHOW WINDOW No. 2: ?V.50 (former p: k-o S19.C0) all vool, Mack wlF. oft fluteh cheviot, SINGLK-UUEASTKD FKOCK COAT-sIlk lln.Mi, rmisp lhitue. WLR) flomior price 21.00), BLACK ONLY, nil wool worsted, fiueil'iy dia. onl. SIXOLB-BKEASTKO 1 HCCK COAT, Mln lu..n' 14.80 (former tirice S.0) cztrn WEAVE rad iu alfUeh loag dove-Uit cutaway single breasted -in black and blue extra ebotcelltittig. 15.80 (former prices &l and i5 DU"fio t,rcad FROCKS, stylo FKINOE ALBERT, made in g.miine Impwted diiteonttiti (fine weave), ext...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

K1'!!,wSiS'aws"?ss??S!StRf?Mi'- SJ?S-,SgB"B5?JiSfSJf"w'"T 4 THE WASECDSraTCXN TIMES, WEDJ-TESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1S94. J5"V55?" '"fyWK' Fhe Washington Times OWNED AND ISSUED 3T The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. 4 0CTBWEST COJK PfcNK-TLVANU AVENHB XSD TrNTH J5TR1CET. Telnpbone Editorial Rooms. 431. business Ofllce.3? rrlet.DIly Edition OnoCont Sunday Edition ...Three Cents. Bj the month ..Thltir-flTO Cents. -A8HINGT0N, D. C DECEMBER 19, 1891. THE WASHINGTON TIMES :an be obtained daily and Sun Jay at the following hotels and news stands: meritan House.. ......71hst and Fa nve. nw. illusion. The......... t. n-vo. and li st nw. t'e.o, v ijhj. a. . "i eu.atlyti u. ury's Pbaiuiaey. Aimc stiu. ochiau.The 14vii and K sta. nw. bbltt lioi.be ...I4thatid l'sts. nw. vaus barma y JSStn and O sts. nw. .rntinm, C as H 1250 2d tt nw. .uontaer. Nelson. fx Est. nw. Age, he maun 15 Pa. nve nw. all, John W - 607 G st mv all Shoemaker bh and 11 ts 60. .iamiluM,lhe.... ......nth nd K btsnw. ayes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

-5j ioi rraV -V "- - irf-wft nWw'.C".rft i ari!?w "-- THE WASHXN"GTOj5T TIIU.ES, EDE -D AY, DECEMBER 19, 1894. 5 OK-a-W?- e--Tiv-"f' PLAIN SHOE TALK FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS. Ladles Paris Kid Button Shoes (sizes 1 to -4- A and 1 to SJ B) regu lar S-4-.OO Shoesat S1.50 per pair. About 75 pairs of Ladies' S2.50 and S3.00 Sample Slippers at $1.50 per pair. Ladles' S3.50 Button and Lace Shoes at S2.65 per pair. Our Sale of Men's $5 and 36 Hand-sewed Calf .and French Patent Calf Shoes at S3.50 per pair will bo continued until Christmas. THE WARREN SHOE ROUSE, GEO. W. IUCH, 919 P. St m " 's--o-o -o-o'o-o ao tf 9 PGCKl.Ti0.yS. These arc the very things wanted But not just V thought ofGlad wc helped V you out. Jut stc what a real nice Sensible Gift q Kiach -eight Cents will Q hisy. These always please 9 93c. Gomhination Fochcthoolt, warranted real Seal with caif lining. The latest Patent Clasp, For 98c. Real Seal Leather Chate laine Bag with Patent Clasp and Leather Trimmings, For 98c. Talte a l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

"S jXWb:''j&!:k' ' TEE WASHTfrGrTCXST TIMES, VjEDNESDAT, DECEMBER 19,1894. Tfwr sw'& gztrrpisFfQfi 'V?;'' SOCIAL SAYINGS AXIJ iK)INGS. Ono ol tbo prcltiost early morning weddings of tho season occurred yestcrdi:y at 9 o'clock, when Mr. Jackson A. Winner, of AVilHatns port. Pa., and Miss Annio IL Boiler, of Ibis city, wcro uuitod in marriage at the rift cent h Street Methodist Episcopal Church by the pastor, Rev. TV. TV. Van Arsda'o. The audi torium was crowded with the friends of the young couple, both of whom are prominent iu church work, cspocially in the young peo j If s societies. Mis. Winner is treasurer of the 1 istriet Epworth League and Mr. Winner Trca dent of the Fifteenth Street Chapter. Il. tiiurcii was biinutomely decorated wrh an alualanee of potted alms nn.t cut flowers, aud lite soft, mellow lluib of a score ! of Uln.ly-tijrlited gas jots added t tituty to the scene. As lies lWen Bickford p'ayed the opening eboros of Mendelsohn . vreduuis narr.j the bride, wtt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

THE WASELTJESTGrTOK TIMES, TOftffJSSDAT, DEOEMBEK 19, f89t. TRADIHG IN SDGAR, GAS, AND ST. PAUL Operations Were Almost Confined to These Securities. GEXEKAL MARKET VERY DULL Onlv ia a Few Instances Were Any Advances Recorded. There Leading Options Monopolized Two thirds of the Sealings Chiacgo Gas Gains a Little en a Report That Insiders Vere Calling In Bear Stsrtoi a Bcceesfnl Selling-Movement at Noon Weak Closing New York, Dec. 18. Tho iharo speculnUon lo-day was extremely dull except in Sugar, fit, Paul, nnd Chicago Gas, thete transactions nearly equaling two thirds of the entire busi ness of tbe day. The market opened lasriy firm, bet in the stseuce of buyers prices saggod IT, and the trading bommo stagnant. Chicago Gas alone saved tho market from utter dissolution. This stock was advanced j 1 percent, on a purchase indticed by a re- port that the inside clique, which had been j loaning the stock, intended to call It in. Jhis ivas fcorue out. and by midday tho trading in , the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 December 1894

i "Wr-. v- - THE WASHINGrTCXEr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1894. ; " "J':s,'T,waj J . 1 ; : " i tSTrtfit Evenings. Yourself a present of an Overcoat. It need not neces sarily be expen sive to be a GOOD one. OURS at $10, $12, and S15 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 & Co., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. o-coo-o-o-c--o-o-c I Gas Kea'.ii Stoves a s'ovc i)tt t rows out noupli ii-at o Loep a big e rooai -ooiMfortabl? wana. Wo bare Urm for it hkmov f tb finer ov ro' hietan o fifte K4iaore m $16 1 ay- C tor Fiieptaoe lsofcte.TS, ftfu v An we Vefp tiim in repair one year f roc of cbarge. C f Cas Appliance Exchange, f 1428 N. Y. Ave. &&&&&tt&&$ i Business Men's Lunch, 25c From ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

rggs: -yyyy sqp?j3?r5y yas i j s Mj--r.ynn- - JgVERY WOMAN Reads The Times FOR SOCIETY GOSSIP AND FASHION NOTES. THE TIMES-ONE CENT FOR : : : EIGHT PAGES. : : : THE BEST. THE CHEAPEST "VOL. 1. ISO. 277. yASKTJSTGTOisr, D. 0., THURSDAY MOKNTNTGfy DECEMBEE 20, 18514 EIGHT PAG-ES. 02s JE CEISTT. TIMES. SDPT. BYRNES IH THE LEXOW VISE Accused by Witnesses of Bulldozing and Taking Money. HE DENIES THE ALLEGATIONS Ei-Inspector Steers Gobbled Up Bribes Taken bv Patrolmen. Two Disorderly Houses That Were Shielded When Byrnes Was a Captain Serjrt Tay lor Continne3 His Damaging Testimony Pension System That Covers Dishonesty Policemen Say They're Afraid to Testify. New Yoke. Dee. 19. Supt. Byrnes figured conspicuously in the testimony of two wit nesses in tho committee to-day. John ila rctt. formerly an agent of the Society for tho Prevention of Crimo, said Supt. B3rnes bad bulldozed him with threats and force into di vulging the secrets of his society and had afterward relented when ho learno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

?1MmS!' i iMjjpiMl JPiMl r THE WASHXNGTOIJr TOI.ES.LtUUIISDAY, DECEMBER 2 0, 1S94. 'J. ADMIRAL WALKER TELLS FACTS ABOUT HAWAII &&i &?Ji l-fV bbB Si 'Ph American Interests Should Be Looked After Constantly. BRITISH -SCHEME TO CONTROL' They Require Attention From United States Officers and Guns. He Pound tie Situation Satisfactory, bat Peared the British Might Attempt to Get Control if Oar Vessels "Were Withdrawn Uevortheless, He Obeyed Orders and Came A-sray Hawaiians Friendly to TJs. Admiral talker's correspondence vitli tho Kavy Department regarding tbe situation in Hawaii gires some very interesting facts. It was Rent to tfie Senate yesterday in response to a request from that body, and was read j vritb interest. Tbo document sent to the Senate begins T7ith Secretary Herbert's instructions to Ad miral Walker, in whi.h be says: "Your purposH as commander of tbo naval forces of th United States -prill bo tho pro tection of the lives and property of American citizens. "In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

Sffisy ,figffaffW'f- w "i-iw jut w jiw y M BEGINNING THIS BUT THOUSANDS I Of honest value suits cut in every style that ft fashion dictates and fan cy can desire Single-breasted Sack Suits, Double-Breasted Sack Suits, Regent Cutaway Suite, Right in every way fabric, making- and fit with only one weak spot about 'em and that's the price. OUR GUARANTEE r monf CARLISLE'S ANXIETY CONCERNING HIS BILL He Has a Lengthy Consultation With the Committee on Rules. WANTED TO POST LEADERS No Effort Is to Be Made to Close De bate Before Januarv 8. Opposition to the Measure Getting More Pro nounced Every Day Long List of Mem bers Who Intend to Speak Of Thirty "Who "Will Antagonize It with Speeches Eighteen Are Democrats Ono on the Committee on Banking and Currency. De elopmnnts yesterday strengthen the be lief tbat tho currency bill is to have a hard time in the Houbc Secretary Carlisle evi dently became aware ol the fact that the efforts to force rapid action on it vrcre unpop ular, for he appear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

" wwwprap THE WASHIKGTOlif TIMES, THURSDAY, DBOEMBBK 20, 1S04. The Washington Times ETXKT DXT IK THE TSIS) OTTOED AXD ISSUED BT The Wasliinflton Times Company TIMES BUILDDJG. tOVmtrrST COXKK l'EETI.YAHU. AYES UK and Tenth Btkebt. Telphon Editorial Booms, 4S1 Euiineus Offlco, 337. Trict. I) .Ily Edition One Cent SuniUyXdltlon Thro Cents. jjy the month Thlrty-flTo Cants. TTASHIKaTON, D. C.. DECEMBER SO, 1SDL THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th st. and Fa. avo nw. Arlington, The..... Vt. avo. and II St. nw. lieekor, Chas. A lenuallytowa. Bury's l'fcarmacy Auncostia. Cochran, Tho 14th and K sta, nw. Ebbltt llouso 14 th and I" sts. nw. Evans 1'narmacy. 25th and O sts. nw. Graham, Cl'as. II 125032d8t nw. Gucnther, Kelson. KW F at. nw. 11 age, Hermann 2153 Pa. ave. nw. Ball, John V M7G et. nw. Hall Mioeinaker bin and K sta 8a. Hamilton, The 14th nd K sts nw. llayrs, J. E 200 II 8t. nw. Bodges, H. II 1212 Pa. avo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

THE WASKLSraTOiBr TIMES, 1MURSDAX, DECEMBEE 20, 1894. o L f fCS- --0- -493-9--CO I Lsnslurgk I FINE HOSIERY. Show us the woman who would f not appreciate Good Hosiery for J a Uhnstmas Pres ent, and we will be surprised. Nice Hosiery al ways pleases. t .t- Ladies' Silk Plaited Hose, In HerrasdorF Black and Russet shades, For ... ? ? ? ? 59c. f Ladies' Heavy Silk Plaited Hose, Herms dorf Black. Worth $1.25, For . . . f ft Ladies' Richelieu Rib Silk Plaited Hose, Boot patterns, with tt colored tops, For . . t f Ladies' Pure Silk f Hose in Black, Cream, White, and Opera f shades, For ... . f Ladies' Pure $1. p( Silk Hose, Fast f Black, Richelieu ; $2.25. J f Rib. For . Ladies' Pure S i 1 h Hose, in t Opera Shades, rfo 7C f Richelieu Rib, For vp.. iv 9 Garters to match, ."":49c. I nicely boxed OPEN J UNTIL io TO-NIGHT. o J o This gives you lots of I time and opportunity to ft shop. Thousands of Sensible Presents Here f Await Your Picking. W)6Wfok??Jl ( 420, 422, 424, and 426 7th St. t--(...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

wifpfyg THE VASHiaTGTCm TI3IES. 'yHU-RSPAY, DECEMBER 20, 1894. l glance Over the list there's much of interest to you here, if little money has to do much service. S50c dispensible for full dres3. IF IT'S ANYTHING FOR MEN, WE'VE GOT IT. HENRY FRANC & SON, Corner Seventh and D. Ky 9&&&& 803 PENNA. AVE. (Market Space.) Bet. Sth ard 9th Sts.) $100,000 At One-half Former Prices Still Going On. "he PUBLIC HROUGHOU THE DISTRICT, when calling at our store, whether buying or not, have found out fo- THEMSELVES and THEIR FRIENDS, tha" it is no FAKE. We claim to sell fine clothing only and this at HALF OF ITS FORMER PRICES. Therefore, bear In mind Come mid soo yourselves tho 0 following ilcn'sFino Suits EXHIBITED in our SHOW WINDOW No. 2: SUM former pi Ice S19.C0; all wool, black only, soft finish cheviot. SINGLE-BREASTED FHOCX COAT silk finish, serge lining. $10 50 (former prlco SSI. 00), BLACK ONLY, nil wool worsted, lino day diaponul, SINGLE-BREASTED FROCK COAT, cut long...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

TgE -W-AgHXErGi- TOIT TIMES, TBLTOtSDAY, DJgEMBER-aOy 1891. SELLERS PLENTIFUL AND PRIGES TUMBLING Volume of Business -Heavier Than on tbB Preceding. Day. BUT SPECULATION WAS DULL Distilling Was Hammered Without an Impression Being Made. Evident That the Whisky Trust Was Brack ing TJp the Ehares Sugar "Was the Live liest Stock in the Whole list Beporta Were Circalatsd That Strong Efforts for Ad Valorem Duties Would Be Made. New Yobk, Deo. 19. Although the volume ef business on the stock exchange to-dny was somewnat aeisr u. "" C""""J ", Bpeculatlon WJIS nevenneiess uuii. iubwuo of the market was heavy during the greater I part ol the day. Occasional rallies took place, owing to tbecoveringsorsbortcontractsat . me tower ugures, uui mo rcmuK n " " excess ol tho buying, and, except in a few in stances, the closing prices show losses on the day ranging frcm y to 1 percent., the heaviest loss being in sugar. It was thought that the "publication of the statement of the Distilling and Cattl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 December 1894

tmmimmmmmmmm 1 THE"FASHIK"GTON TIMES, TnURSDAT, DECEMBER 20, 1894. tSTOpcn Ecenitujs. TAKE Your choice of all of our $2.50, $2, and SI. 50 Neck wear for the bal ance of this week at And all the $1 grade at 7k). All the newest col ors, shades and pat terns in Tecks, F o u r- i n-h a n d s , Puffs, Ascots, De Joinvilles, etc. Each scarf neatly boxed FREE. A most appropri ate and acceptable gift to any man. Robinson, Ghent Go,, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. M ft! AT " Ktlft BrM m nbmt You make a mistake if you think thai solid silver and gold jewelry and Dia monds are expensive. Just read these prices: Sterling Silver Cuff Buttons .. . Xc S oiling Czarina lluckles 75c Solitaire Diamond IUnea $5.00 blerhugGIoie Buttonors,. Wo S erlinr; Nail Pltee 50o Men 6 colid Gold Soal Kings, with caiuoo-cut heads 4 00 Meu s "-olid (x.ld Link Cuff But- tons,only . Si.23 'oil Gold Collar Buttons $1 00 eis of 'olid bold Studs piCO Solid Gold Jsock Chains $8.00 Infants Hrtid Gold Charms...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

X. X times: gVERY WOMAN Reads The Times FOR society gossip and fashion notes. -TTHE TIMES-ONE' CENT FOR : : : EIGHT PAGES. : : : THE BEST. THE CHEAPEST VOL. 1. ItfO. 27S. WASHIN&TON, JD. C, FTtTDAT MOEiNjOTG, DECEMBER 23, 1S.1)4 EIGHT PAG-ES. 02S"E ce:k"t. ji Ik THODSAHDS PAID FOR POLICE POSITIONS Policeman KlBoney Testified Against Martin and Voorhis, DR. PARKHURST A SPECTATOR He Is -Mad Because Supt. Bvrnes Has Sot Yet Testified. Capt. Strauss Denied All the Charges Goff Earled Against Kim Plan Eovealed to Prevent the Eecorder-elect from Uncover ing HiRher Gfficials Witness Harrison Paid S250 fcr a Privilege. .New Yobe, Dec CO. Policeman William J. Slooney, formerly attached to Cnjit. Creedcn's commani, to-day testified before the Loxow eomanttee that Capt. Eeppenhagen liadtold him that e&-Acsemblyman ilnrtm and Police Commissionor Yoorhis were each to receive 5,000 of the 13.000 paid by Capt. Creeden to secure his appointment. Tbo remaining 55, 003 Bopponhngeu said was fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

fjyi'yWijipyMwiMjygiijiii)jt1 THE WASHTJSrGrTOiN TEM.ES, FJRIDATT, DECEMBEE 21, 1S94. iVVfeyo&feb-i HAMLET, THE DANE, fc " AS THE IDEAL MAN SBEa3fB!san OPEN EVENINGS TILLCfcJJlISTMAS. THE THE ONLY HIGH GRADE. ONLY I'ftflGH Rev. Dr. Stafford's Analysis of the Immortal Prince of .Denmark. rD A-nc i ai ir-iijL. ir j M -?' - ri ,. - . t i t ana $15 SUITS . a FOR A CLEAN SAVING OF $5.10. Notice some dealers? how they pick out the suits they're "stuck" on add what's left from last season "sprinkle" in a few worthy ones for eye-catchers and then advertise a special sale. You'll find their windows filled with good suits but when you ask for them they'll say "just sold the last one" or "haven't grot your size." Had that happen to you already, haven't you? but never here. Don't be blinded by glittering- promises. You surely ought to know what's best for yourself so look around well before buying- the closeryou look, the bet ter we like it. Here's our special sale: Every $15 Cheviot and Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

SpJg VA-"Vf "'J w"F5T" TSi-p'iISfSSfgfK -rf SIV v$3 IPj. fUTS" ' ffE---X ' THE WASHi:N(TO:NTJM:ES, XJIIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1894. JOCKEY MAffiOVE WAS RULED OFF Conclusive Evidence Thai He Was Tampering with Other Riders. PROMPT ACTION WAS TAKEN Marguerite, tlic Well-known Race Mare, Has Mvstcriouslv Disappeared. One of the Notorious Braanon Brothers Sap posed to Have Stolen the Hare from Her Stable Jockey Corbley Notified Officials of Manlove's "Wrong-doing Sirocco Should ered Big Weight and Ban a Great Bace. There weretwo sensational occurrences yes terday at the Alexander Island course which wero not generally known to the pubjie at large. One portniuod to a popular jockey and the other to a. Avell-known raco mnre. Harry Manlove, whoso mounts have often been favorites in the betting, was ruled off fornmpering "with other jockeys. The evi dence was most conclusive, and first came Jto 'the knowlege ol the ofllcials when Jockey Corbley made complaint several days ago that be bad been ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

. 'jswrwf vgr THE WASHINGTON TIMES, ERIDAY, DECEMBER 2-1.- 1894. '""-SfTiRWir?. 1 4 i The Washington Times fETERTDAT NTHEYBAK) OWNED AND 1SSUKD BY Tlic Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. FOVTHWEST CORKER PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE ANI TjKTH STREET. Telephono Editorial Kooins, 431. IStisinciw Offlco.317. rilrc.rnllT Edltkra OnoCont. undny Edition Three Cents. r inr month Thirtv-urp Cants. "WASHINGTON, D. C. DECEMBER 21, 1S9L THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Anieri'-au Houoo Vihst. and Pa. avo. nw. Alliugtoll. The Vt. avo. and II et. uvr. lerk.-. . . Una. A 1 ouuttUytowu. Bury's Phnrimiey AnncxMln. (ocli'un.TIie J4th.and Ksls. nw. tbliu Iioueo 14th nnd Fate, nw. Evan lliarumcy 85th and O Ms nif. tirabi.iM. Ci as. II I2:85fc!d8t nw. Gueiitlier. Noleou 50U 1' 6t nw. Huge. lleiinRiin 2158 Pa avo. nw. liRi!,Iohu W E07G st. nw. IlnU Miocuwker bh nnd K sts. so. Hauulicn, The HOij nd K stsuw. Hats, J t 206 11st nw. HodK-s. B 12121...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

ym? w?-? T1 "TC "?t; kt THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAY, BECEMBBE 21, 1894. Your Wife's Present:! Why not givo her a new Parlor Suite a handsome Sideboard or an Extension Table' Such things mako sensible gifts besides, you can buy thorn hero on easy terms. Get Anything You Like. Pay As- You Please! A little monoy ones a wcok or once a month is all vo ask not a note to s'.sn no suth thing ns intermit Six big double floors lull of Furniture nud Carpets to se lect from. Kt ory price marked in plain iipures aud we'll match 'era against the lowest C ASil prices you can find. IVe make and lay all carpet free of cost. No charge for waste in matching figures. Plush or Haircloth Parlor Suite, &J 50. Solid Oak lied Room Suite, VI 3. hplendifl Brussels Cnrpot, 53c per yard. Reliable Ingrain Carpet,Sc peryard. Solid Oak Extend m Table. $1.80. 40-pou' d Hair Mattress, S3-. "U oven 'W ire priHgs. Jl 75. Healing and Oookinc Storos all sizes noi.e but reliable ninke-i MAMMOTH CREDIT HOUSE, S 1 9, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 December 1894

-wr? Tyc -- fyt-p, lee3't-rTir!' sTf!''-- - 6 THE WASHINGrTQy TIMES, ITBtDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1894. ASCENSION CHURCH IS CONSECRATED NOW YULE-TIDE WEARABLES For Men at prices gauged to accommo date lean purses. Bishop Paret, of the Maryland Dio cese, Performs the Ceremony. SERMON BY BISHOP RANDOLPH Gorgeous Holiday Neckwear, hand somely boxed Elegant Silk-web Suspenders, in single boxes line worth of Sl.OO in appearance and wear, at half that price.) Touching References to the Late Dr. Pinchney andW. T. Corcoran. I .' " ' WHAT WE DO. v:?r " g , g oOg 98g We make N vt&t. Any 'length desired, Velvet Collar or Cloth Collar, welt seam or, plain seam, single or double-stitched edge, neat Check Wool, Farmer Satin or Italian Cloth Lining. LYMOUT OVERCOATS AND m LYING 1H A POOL OF HER OWN BLOOD Brutal Treatment of Mrs, A. D. Matson Ends With Murder. DEED WAS DONE TEX DAYS AGO i Generally Supposed She Had , About the House. Monev the Murdered Woman Lived Alone Deaf and Dumb Man the Only Pers...

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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