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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 December 1894

"WFSSWWW THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 18.94. 5 ! 4 org. ! ft ' '-- We are open until g to f night. ' J- 7 Special Offerings 4 In a Warm5 Wearables. 19c For the rc.qtilar 25c Wor sted .Mitten, For both woman and child. These are even better than the ordinary 25c .Mitten. 25c For the choice of 1,000 Worsted Caps, for children, some of which had sold up to one dollar. 39c For the choice of White and Colored Knitted Skirts, worth 75c. 25c For Ladies' Canton Flan nel Drawers, worth 39c $1.98 For Child's Striped Eider down Cloak, trimmed in fur- 420. 422, 424. 426 7th St -0---0-- ATA LESSING It is to think that there is at least ONE place v hrro you are not measured by tho dentu of your pURe ONE place where your credit buys Just as much and buys it Just as economically as CASH could. That plare is HEKE it's six stones high two floors wide it's packed and jammed full of Furniture and Carpets and our name is over the door. IConie Right In Help Yourself I Get anything you WAN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 December 1894

THJE WASHIaTOK TIMES, SATURDAY,- DECEMBEE 29, 1894. UL8 TER8 For Boys. Good, warm, -well-made, reliable ones as low as $5.00. Finer ones at $7, $S $10 and up. Reefers and Box Coats, too, all sliapes, qualities and prices. FLEECE HEALTH UNDERWEAR also for boys of all ages. Com bination Suits and Shirts and Drawers in all tlie various grades to be had only of US.- KOBIRSON, CHERY & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. 4-inch Vases, Large Ma jolica Pitchers, Large Rebecca Tea Pots, Large G.oid Band China Pitchers, Gold Cream Pitchers, Decorated Cuspidors Given with every pound of Tea or three pounds of Coffee ic-day. S Largest Kuraford's Toast Powder - 5c SJI'acIvaes (Quaker Oats..... 23c 5" Cakos Star uoap 25c Johnston's, 729 7th St. H.W, THE JOHNSTON CO.) Telephone 816. Thera as a little toncliof winter in the air yet"rday and thore is a lot more conl p. These ovorcoats are north tu ir j)rice. In comfort, for Just 01.0 daj's wear -when it is Wow ing bllzzaids. STOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

,tfj?Trf"Fr-'1"' ":3-' (L URN OVER A OMEN READ NEW LEAF AND SUBSCRIBE FOR i::THE IMES AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. THE QIMES. VOL. 1. 2TO. 287. WASHUSTGTO, JD. C, SUNDAY MOENIN, DEOEMBEE 30, 1894 TWELVE PAGES AND ART STJPPIiElVIENT. THEEE CENTS. 'g'WZlT Z ' f V'f" " V WASHIN& TIMES. lmML,m J ., -B B BYRNES RESIGNS FROM THE FORCE After Answering Goffs Questions He Hands Lexow the Letter. HOW HE GOT ALL HIS MONEY Jav Gould and His Son George Made It for Him in Wall Street Commodore Vanderbilt Gave Him His First Lift Complimenting Dr. Parfchurst's "Work Inspector McLaughlin la Put Through the Mill-rHis Wife- Acquired a Good Seal of Means in Some Business. New Yoek. Dec 29. At 8:50 o'clock to night tho Lexow committee adjourned sub ject to the call, of the chair, thus closing a cession of investigation which was brimtal of startling revelations. Just as he was through answering Mr. GofTs probing questions Supt. Byrnes handed a letter to Chairman Leiow. and said that it was aoopyol one th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

vwyiT' JSaT'TSp1,7fSss?BeS!ffl THE WjVSHTNGtTOIT TUSHES; SUN DAT, DEGESE&kjt 30, 1894. IaKIUAL "33i FIR GMT. DISCOUNT BALE I 1?YE"R$T 3ear at tliis time the eve of stock-taking we have our regular . QQI mPr rm,f cnramf q1o TO.MfYR T? OW MORNTNH- chirrs fill's o i . j: Xi OOPt tPcr UCUt UISCOIUIL -ScllC. J.V-1UV.II.VVV lVJLVyXN.J--VXl.NV3r aLciuo tmo 3eafls- -abisfsrer Black Long; Overcoats 0 vercoats JSuits are to be sold as -well " as the fancier goods. Excepting' plain worsteds positively our entire stock, without reserve, will be in cluded, and all Men's, Boys', and Children's Suits Overcoats Ulsters Cape Coats Reefers and Separate Pants will be sold at a uniform dis count of 33s per cent two-thirds of what jou paid its for the same goods the jirst -pf -the season. We don't limit your selection to any particular class of goods go through our store pick out what 3011 waut pay us two thirds of what it's marked and it's 3'ours. "Three of Jflie coldest winter mouths have yet to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

pr WHUWH'r LWffPf E3fBWT ""P! THE WASHIKTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, ECSrMBER 3t), 1894. IVHi4iioi! . YKW ran k - 315 Seventh AMATEUR ATHLETES REST FROM WORK But Little Done Owing to the Pleasures of Holiday Times. DULL WEEK AT THE COLUMBIA Athletes to Begin Preparing for the Coming Club Exhibition. fowling leasruo Team Have Seen Patting in Ssveral Days of Practice in Anticipation of the Resumption of Championship Games The C. A. C. Amusement Commit tee Arranging for Entertainments. During the past week the members of the Amateur Bowling League have had a respite from the championship contests, and instead 'have put in their time in practice. The fast, Etraight ball and the slow one find tbe cross and the curved ones have all been given a thorough triaL It remains to bo seen during the week now at hand what benefit the practice will bring. Under the now rule all practice work must be done by the teams or individuals upontheir own alleys, and It is a good rule, as it places all teams upon the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

j- -BKpswrf ?RWt!S'ps? X ra.EjAJ3OT!f&TO:$ SHORTS CLOSING ODT MADB MARKET FIRM But It Was Very Tame And Un interesting Nevertheless. NEW JERSEY CENTRAL RAIDED Some of the Specialties Made Material Gains During the Day. Vet State Gas, Laclede Gas Preferred, and Cordage Guaranteed Among the Lucky Shares Chicago Gas Closed 1 Per Cent. Above the Previous Day's Finals Market Cloeed Strong at About the Beit "Figures. Hett Yobk, Deo. 29. It was a very tame and uninteresting market on the slock ox oh ange to-day. The general lone of specula tion was firmness, -which was due to the in auguration 61 a covering movement, the shorts being desirous of closing out their contracts. There was some Bmali buying for tho foreign account and some slight local buying for the lone account The market opened a fraction higher and was held firmly until a renewal of the war upon New Jersey Central forced that stock, which- had advanced 2in the opening trad ing, down 2 per cent to 87. The rest of the list...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

"""STW "XofW"" "T3r',"wqflKpa THE WASHINGrTOiN TIMES, SUNDAY, DEOEMRM 30, 1894. 5 :J t J ! f t f t f f f f f t f t t f t f t f t f t t f f r ! LANSBURGH & BRO. I COMMON - - PRUDENCE ' WarnsTOU to Tieep warm. You cannot fool much this kind of WeatherFlannels arc needed and in HURRY, TOO. We've varietyStock and Correct Prices. We can serve vou and save you Money. 50 Pieces Kothan Suiting, in Light and Dark Colors. A Splendid Fabric for Wrappers, Sacques, Pajamas, etc. Worth 12 I-2C yard lO Pieces Odds and Ends of all Wool Flannels in Stripes and Checks. Worth from 30c to 50c a yard. f f f f f t f f f t f f f f t t f f t t f f f f OC. A new Lot of German Wrapper Flannels in all the latest styles, 27 inches wide, 39c. 3-4 Wool Eiderdown in Blue, Red, Navy, Brown, Tan. Pink, Gray, Black, and White, . UV a 4-4 Wool Eiderdown in Blue, Red, Navy, Pink, Tan, Brown, Gray, Black, and White, . 50c. f f 3-4 Novelty Eider f f I f f t f t f t f f f f f f f f f f f t f f down. Excellent quality...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

7 -w"iswi5,.,-5vsf Tj, "!g"X ffp rsfys a-" OT"'V?--'v'?"3!?5rgSW,?T?T THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1894, rf!virnv " The Washington Times (Evekt Bat in toe Yeas.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The "Washington Times Companv TIMES BUILDING. southwest coknek fkkkbtx.takia avenue and Tenth Steeet, Tintipnone Editorial Booms, 4S6, Business Office. 237. Prico, Daily Edition Oao Cent. Sunday Edltfon ."Threo Cents. By the month-... ...Thlrtr-nvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. ., DECEMBER 30, 1S9J. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American nonse. ...... .7th st. and Pa. ave. nw. Arlington. The Vt.ae. and Hat. rnr. JJeekor. Chaa. A. ... .. Tencallytowa. Bnry,8J,i)Rtnjacy...Anaccttia. Cochran, The..... ....... 11th and K fits, nw Xbbitt lions .....HthaudFsts. nw. Xvans i'hartn&cy ,...25th and O-staaiw. Graham, Clias. 11 JSoOifcldst nw. -Gueutber,Nelson......5U'.J Fst. nw. Sage, Betxnann .. . 21L3 Pa. ave. nw. Ball, .John W. 107 G st....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

TJI33 WASHINGS OS" TSI 3 5: SHS"D1T, DEOdE V3BR 30, JLS94.' Just as the Christens festivities hare mo nopolized the past week, so those incident to thelsew Tear will givo tono and color to the present week. The Kew Year reception at the White House will set the ball trhlr log at such an accelerated pace that even with the aid of carefully kept engagement books and tne best intentions in the world, society will have a hard time Jn keeping up with the en tertainmpnts. It n certainly truMn the pres ent Instance that ho second year of nn ad ministration Is the gayest of the entire time it Is in power. The era of evening parties is on tho wane, and tho swouest form of evening entertntc jnents is now in tne line of dinner giving, as experience has proved the latter to be emi nently nioresntis actory, unless of course, it is desired to give one largo gathering, which will be equivalent to wiping off the slate, at one stroke, several hundred small social obli gations. This season thB nuusun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

"THPi "&$& "rc:7P???-' JTHE WASHINGTON TIMESSTyY DECEMBER 30, 1894. J DISTRICT SECRET SOCIETY DOINGS Matters of Interest to Brethren -Who Meet on the Quiet. - One of tbo most pleasant ot masonic social events which has occurred in this city for years will bo the reception which will bo ten dered by the officers ot Columbia Com mander, No. 2, to the SlrKnlghts of that or ganization ca New Year's Day. The recep tion will bo held in the as . lam of the Masonic Temple, which is now in tbo bands of the decorator, and -A ill bo transformed from a room wbioh seems to teom with the f ormali tles of ritualism to an enchanting scene of beauty. The idea of the reception is an in- novBtion, but an admirably hnjipy one, and the fact that the officers will be assisted Dy tbeir ladies wiU lend to make tbo event one of greater pleasure. The at home wJJI last from 4 to 7 o'clock, and the elevator will be running to carry the guests to the asy lum. Among the ladies who will assist are the fol...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

0 PHIGKERINGS SON'S PIANOS, MHSON & HAMLIN'S ORGANS, WKSHBURN Mandolins and Guitars STEWKRT BANJOS, Sliest Music and Music Books. MODERATE PRICES. EASY TERMS. John F, Ellis & Go,, 937 PA, AVE. N. W. MARIONETTE POLKA. BRILLIANTB. i By A. FORESTALL;-' .. . ;! J i K ' h-tEJ - tr TnE'TVASHIKeTOXTJT-ES; SU3STDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1894. JZLhJa MP !- 2 J,, I i -, J - J5-JS , JLJK te , j0 l-j v i J0 U 4 I S 1 W--A-' HLj i ISf r I ' " H JXzzfczriLl,' liriV r 1 - Staccato fi t P fm-p-0- PS- PS-n f' f -t 1 rt-i fj v hjf ttT Lri9 , 33E -S-3fP aear- -O-m- -& '- (- I ga? pg-ig -j y i j - ! 2 ; a& ? - : zZ - & w J-7). ?PiS13geHgIga- rULJ ,g f::' 1 &--$rt&- n m m- t f toi5ii i ' i &? i j Li, iE ) p P-fcp tJ 1, . tJ7 f ? " ,..i l tz t U C&S? S3 -A -(. -- ,-- a BEUK. , S S- 1 S 1 tt K 1 0- r a 1 H r" LbJ CJ ti k BOf PARIS HONORS THE- "JOUR DE L'AH" It tea Season of Good Will and Sweetmeats; HORSING IS SFEST AT HOME But All Paris Flocks to the Boule ards in the Afternoo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

-ir-nfraft"jp THE WASHIJETaTOH TOIISS. SUNDAY, PECJEMB'iSR 30, .1894. AMUSEMENTS. N EW NATIONAL THEATER THIS. WEEK. Tuesday. Wednesday, and Jacob Litis Most Elaborate and THE Famous IN OLD KEN TUC ALL THE ORIGINAL NOVELTIES AND UNIQUE FEATURES. AMUSEHEHTS. SPECIAL SEE "RED" Ad. ON PAGE 1. TVJEW NATIONAL THEATRE. SALE OF SEATS COMMENCES THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, For the Engagement of AND COMPANY. In their Magnificent New Comls Opera, THE DEVIL'S DEPUTY. Libretto by J. Cheevor Goodwin. Music by E. .7akobon6tl (composer of "Erminie.") Engagement Commences MONDAY, JANUARY 7. Rojnsn Hyacinths. A magnificent showing of thoso "beauties." Very tasty for New Year's decorations. Our specimens are the finest yon'U find. Host pleasingly priced, too. A.Gude&Bro., Slv. T7-EKXAK'S LYCEUM THEATER, Doe. 31 ONE WEEK. Matlneo Every "Day. A UArpY EW YEAR. THE ORIGINAL BIG BOOM. Sam Devere's . Own Company, 10 NOVEL, SPECIALTY ACTS 10 KEXT WEEK Tho Rent z-Santlcy Company. BTTLEU'S NEW BIJOU THEATER. THIS ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

F j 'ppssslC?y,w- t ? Wp,f!jjl'fl8!SzlW '!??;B1?S05'?t,?s -ri!p5"s! - - Tni WlASHIN'GTO.K" TOEES. SUiNYv DECEMB12Itv30, -1894. 11 BLHRRNQE. Br Beet Haete.1 Copyright, 1S91, by-Brct Harto.. PART n Cuaiter V. In another Instant bugles were ringing through tbo camp, with the hurrying mats of mounted officers nnd-thetrampingof forming, men. The house itself was almost deserted. Although thnt slnglo-cannon shot had been created to prove that it -was no mer o skir mishing of pickets. Brant still did not believe in any serious attack 6f the enemy. His po sition, as in the previous engagement, bad no strategic importance to them. They were, no doubt, only tnnkmg a feint again t his po sition to conceal some advance upon the cen ter of the army a mile or two away Satisfied that ho was in easy supporting distance of the division commander, he extended his lines along the ridge, ready to fall back in that direction, while retarding the advance and masking the movements of his chief. Ha gave a ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 December 1894

&vgbpFTrqg"' 32 THE WASHIHGTO TIMES, 5STj:N DAY, DEOEMBEB 30, 1894. For New Year's calling we have the proper garments. PRINCE ALBERT and CUTAWAY FROCKS for the afternoon and FULL DRESS for even ing. Also the correct fashions in SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS, GLOVES, TIES, and other haberdashe. A bigger and better line than anywhere else, and at lower prices. ROBINSON, OHERY & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Special Sale of SPOONS, FORKS, KNIVES.&c Do have enough tablo rqul- sitos to go around New Year's Day. Lot us help you out with these little prices. Rogers Brothers' Platod Ton Spoons, , -. per half dozen JJ..UU, Rogers Brothers' Soup Spoons, per half irk' dozen 2.UU. It o g e r b Brothers' Table Forks, per & .-. half dozen p4.W . Sogers Brothers' Fruit Knives, per half & ,- dozen ?'i)' Pearl Handle Knives, S3 quality, per halt & , n dozen. P,-',-' T)ttu1 Vnt " Mro C. . 6 Plated Nut Picks..... Sl-75 5-piece Silver Tea Sots.. ...13.50- SUver P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 December 1894

"4fymm v&w- v?rffsr rrz&r2yrKrin3ggx,x w,5wVL- - - wg ' ?TURN OVER A NEW LEAF AND .SUBSCRIBE FOB -mOMEN READ :::THE (pMES AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. THE QIMES. VOL. 1. NO. 288. WASHINGTON, D. CEONDAI MORNING, DEOEM33EB 319 181)4 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. ' FAMOUS HOSTELRY ' LICKED DP BY FLAMES Deievan House, of Albany, a Prey to the Destroying Element. FIRE STARTED IN ELEVATOR. In Twenty Minutes the Whole Build ing Was a Seething Crater- ill ths Guests Believed to Have Escaped, but It Is Thought Some of the Servants Per iched Ssrao Persons Jumped from the Windows and Were So Badly Hurt That They Tffay Die lack of Fira Escapes. Albant, N. Y., Dec. 30. The candidacy of Several men for speaker of tho Assembly re ceived a startling baptism of flro hero to night, for the Delovan House, that famous hostelry known from Maine- to California, the Mecca of politicians and ths center of all bis State political events for forty years, was completely destroyed. Fire is not an ua common visitor, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 December 1894

l?55f!?s?rfi?!gwps?sP THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1894. p-V&'WWWWW' 1 Will bring to our store to-day a vast gathering of the shrewdest thriftiest and most prudent shoppers in the city. Will you be among them? You know what we're selling our entire stock positively without reserve (ex cepting plain worsteds) Including the p'aln Blue and Black'ChevIot Sults-and the extra length Blue and Black Overcoats. ffll the Suits, 111 the Ulsters, M t'lB OiBrGoats, Ell the Odd Pants, ffll the Reefers. Than Marked Prices. If you'd like to duplicate anything you bought the first of the season you can get It now for two-thirds of what you paldusthetf. We don't confine your selecting to any particular kinds-but say take anything in the house pay us two-thirds of what it's marked and it's yours. Cor. 7th and L'V WILLIE WORKERS FOR THE "OTHER HALF" Associated Charities Make an Important Announcement. LOCATE G BRANCH OFFICES Generous Donors to the Central Union Mission Foot Fund. Upwa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 December 1894

.Tfcrpmr, r"'rrm.ix$&sg$j!lMigrVI$ HE WASHINGTON TIMES, MON DAT, DECEMBEE 31, 1S94 3 FRESH CHAT ABOUT SPORTS IN GENERAL n m. n : ft I nnnnt ReOOrt COniieGtHlg A. J. GaSSatt U with Monmouth Park Denied. OUT OF RACING FOR GOOD Indications AH Point to St. Asaph as tlic Eastern Racing Center. How Some of tho Crack "Wheelmen Spend tb.9 "Winter Months "When th'e "Weather Pre vents Outdoor Work Sapt. Strahan Has Arrived and Segnn Getting the Alex ander Island Track in Good Condition. The publication in a Iv'ew York paper of a ruuicrod combination between A. J. Cnssatt and Col. W. T. Thompson lor the purpose -of reopening tho Monmouth Park course for racing purposes created somosurprfco among j horsemen and turf -follower:.. According to , th sf-homit as outlined Messrs. Cassnlt and Thompson, backed by their own and other influence, were to secure permission from tho Sew Jersey Legislature Tor holding a limited number of race meeting days In an interviow with Mr. Cassatl at Philadelphia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 December 1894

r THE WASBXffGTQN TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1894. The Washington Times (EVERV DAT IN THE YEAR.) OWXED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Southwest Corner TESssrixxxix Avenue ajoj Tenth Steeet. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SC, Business Office, S37. Price, Daily Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, DECEMBER 31, 1891. 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, Tho..... Vt. ao. and II st. hit. BeeJcer. Lhus. A leuuallytown. Bury'b Pharmacy Anacustia. Cochran, The 14th and Ksts. nw LbMtt lloube 14th and Fbta. nw. Eans rharmiu-y S5th and O sts. nw. Graham, CI'iis. H 1250 &.'d st mr. Oueiittior, Kelson. 509 Fst. uw. Bage, llermnnn 2153 Fa. ave. nw. UaH,.TohnV 507 Q st nw. Ball Shoemaker b'th and K tts. ss. Uamllton, Tho 14th ; nd K. sts mr. Hayes, J. K 20G II st nw. Bodges, It B.... 12l:Pa. av...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 December 1894

-vTrin3,TT?i?riiif?rPc5?f THE WASHINGTON TIMES, (XST DAY, DECEMBER 31,1894. ' -o- --- f. ! f LADIES' KNITTED SKIRTS, f C, Ws place on sale To-day 1.0C0 Ladies'KnUted Skii ts In White, Plain Colors, and Combination Some worth worth 75 c. o? Colors. 63c, some some worth S5c Yoj choice for can take your 39c. FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS, 143. Stylishly rmde. rev; ef fects, warm, s rviceabls. and dressy. Sizes, 32-44. For. $1.48. ' I9c. For Children's. Misses, and Ladies' Woisted Mittens, worth 25c. 42'). 422. 424. 425 7th St 005-'C- o----- I --3 A Kappy New Year To ono and al'. Bee n tbo year V v. ell, m n over a nw lo tf do yonr inarKruus "witli us. We're p.on- T cere in lowest prices and finest R quality f.oids. V Emrich Beef Co., J Slain M&rfcot and ijrocery. 13ut- - -a St. (Telephone 3471 BltATvCU NAKKKTS: , ins Hth St X. W. 21st and K Sts. X. W. SO. 34tli St N. W. 5d & lnd. nvo. X. W. 4th and I Sts. N W Cth r.nd 1 hts. N. V. fcth and M Ms. N W JXE7 M bt X. .W. SOth St & Pa. cv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 December 1894

fr,&ffe!i!S,lW?" immsmr mm'm" THE WASHIGHTOIT tlMES, SfODAT, DECEMBER 31, 1894. 6 """""""flKEWS ggypa'iE-i-T.i 1 r For New Year's calling we nave the proper garments. PRINCE ALBERT and CUTAWAY FELOCKS for the afternoon and FULL DRESS for evening- Also the correct fashions in SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS, GLOVES, TIES, and other haberdashery. A bigger and better line than anywhere else, and at lower prices. ROBINSON, CHERT & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, 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 Giron -with every pound of Tea or three pounds of Coffe to-day. S Lai gcstBumford's Yeast Powder 25c Sl'ackacs Quaker Oats........... 25c 7 Cakes Star boap., 23c Mnsfon's, 729 7tii St, N.W. THE JOHNSTON CO.) Telopbono S16. I SHOES. That wear veil: That look -well; That feel well; '.That are made well Our "REGENT," Cork Soles. For men, $3 pair. Twice as pood as many jou'Il ge...

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