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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

?veBypipsm-j?sfj-.sgigi jsifasst-jp-j-fTiE swpte X THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY; MAT 13, 1894. YIib Washington Times (EVEKT DAT W Tint TEAK) OWNED AND ISSUED BY 'flic Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDLXO, Cokxeb Eleventh and E Streets Northwest bcspiess Office, oi Elstxkth Strict N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Dullness Odes, SSTS. Tr'.ct, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-are Cents. S'tR jo E s1.tiiffiQOyN ClG WASHINGTON. D. O., MAY 13. 189. Indications. District ol Columbia and Maryland, fair, Blight cnango In temperature; variable winds. Virginia, eenerally lair; -warmer In eastern portion; variable winds. t ANOTHER IDOL SHATTERED. George M. Pullman, philanthropist, has a strike on his hands. He had accumulated a noat fortune of many millions by making lux urious cars for travelers. He then combined pront and publicity by laying out the model town of Pullman, where morality, temperance and the other Christian virtue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

KtM?(r3?3S;--v'iJ v$m- Vk THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1894. -i HIGH LIVERS IN NEW YORK hat It Costs to Keep Up the Pace That Kills. THE PENALTIES OP STYLE The Saso Comforts Can Be Enjoyed in Quiet VUIago on 35,000 a Tear That Coit S50.000 a Year in Our American Metropo lis Some of the Many Itemi. What does it cost to Hvo in New York, to support such an establishment as a married man in society in thl3 city must have? When a, writer in the New York Sun asked thisPquestlon recently of several prominent New-Yorkers, whose names warrant their living in any style they choose, lie found that tho estimates Riven not only differed widely, but that in the details they were lacking, every one ol them, in what the majority of peoplo would oonsider the most important items. In no case was any account made of the cost of food and clothing. These things, that with mot of us are first to bo considered in the expense account, make comparatively so small a figure in the cost of a New York ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

--.. ' f-nfarr3- Cr"jr5505S5?fg2pfi,'fi THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1894. The RinK, The Rink, ONE WEEK Of Unprecedented Cut Prices in Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Upholstery Goods, LaGe GUrtains, Beginning MONDAY, May 14, and continuing through the week, The Julius Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co., N. Y. Ave. Bet. 13th and 14th Sts., Will offer for one week only the following specialties. Prices cut nearly in half for this sale. Furniture. Furniture. NO 1. 1 Solid Oak Chamber Suite, -with 21x30 French Plate Beveled illrror in dresser. Regular price, JM SPECIAL, OXE WEEK, $19 75. CASH OK CREDIT. IiO 2. 1 Solid Oat Chamber Suite, Cheval Dresser, lSi 40 French Plate Beveled Mirror. Regular price, J3S. SPECIAL FOR THIS faALE, $23.50. CASU Oil CREDIT. NO 3. 1 Solid Oak Chamber Suito, with 20x24 French Plato Beveled Mirror. Cheap at $22 50 SPECIAL ONE WEEK, $14.73. CASU OR CREDIT. :o 4. 1 5-pIece Parlor Suite, upholstered In stilt, brc catelle, or Wilton rues. Cut from $30 to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

Ifjp fr vi5AlVfT ' THE, WASHTtfOTONt TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1894. -i KING'S PALACE, 8T2-814 7th St. Waists. One lot of Ladies' Laun dered Waists, striped and checked effects, all colors, large sleeves. Regular 89c. value. As a special for a few days only, 69g KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. A Large Stock FINE SHOES AT Bankrupt Prices! Several lots of Ladies' $'3 Kussct anil Black Oxfords at $1.50. Several lots of Men's $6 Cordovan Congress at $3.75. Two lots or Ladies '$ anu q4 onocs at $1.51). One lot of Ladies' $3.50 Shoes at $2.25. One lot of Ladies' $3 Russia Calf Bluchers at $1.85. Several lots of Men's $6 Patent Calf Shoes at $3.75. Several lots of Ladies' $5 and $6 Shoes at $3.50. One lot of Men's $3.50 Calf Congress at $1.75. Several lots of Men's $5 Russia Calf Shoes at $2.65. One lot of Boys' $3 Calt3hoes, but ton, at $1.00. One lot of Children's $1.25 Dongola Oxfords at 59c. Thousands of other big bargains. Come quick, wnilo your sis Is here. We bought these goods at about...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

; r.-MSiwiesi!sagRpg5y -srsg WK- ; f THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, SUNDAY, MAT 13. 1894. 8 - $7.50 SALE Men's Suits, WORTH $10, $12.50, and SI5. Spread the Newsl We secured a manufactu rer's stock at less than cost of making, and the Suits we; e so good we had to run in many of our regular $io, $12.50, and $15 Suits. These ,are in a variety of Fancy Cheviots and Blue and Black Serges, cut in the popu lar sack styles. This is but another evidence of our determination to get to the top by "killing" high prices. We are constantly on the alert to save you money. Don't wait until these get picked over, for a few days like yesterday will clear them out. Better drop in early MON DAY. Parker, Bridget Go,, 315 Seventh St. N. W. IT WAS A DULL SATURDAY. Chlcaco Gas the Only Stock to Show Any Animation. NewTTobk, May 12. The stock marfcet vca? dull even lor a Saturday, tho only animation displayed being in Chicago Ga9. Most of tho list opened at an advance on yesterday's quotations, the improvement, h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 May 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. jSTO. 58. "V7ASHINGTOIlf, D. C, MONDAY MOlTNTSTGr, MAT 14, 1894. ONE CENT -S5S AND OH THE HOLY SABBATH Talmagc's Brooklyn Tabernacle Burned for the Third Time. FRIGHTFUL, FURIOUS FLAMES The Magnificent House of Worship Suddenly Catches Afire and Is Totally Destroyed. Graphic Account of the Conflagration. Hotel Eegent Also in Ash'e j. BnooELTS, N. T., May 13. "Talmnge's Tabernaclo burned down" is an old story in Brooklyn. Three times it has been told to the world, and jnst at present it is a question if there will ever be another "Xaimage's Tabernacle" in Brooklyn, though pledges of assistance hao already been mado since tho the structure was destroyed at noon to-day. This edifice, tho fourth in which tho doctor has preached in Brooklyn, was situated on the northerly side of Greeno avenuo and ox tended from Clinton avenue ou the west to Waverly avenue, 00 feet away. Adjoining the church was the Hotel Re gent, eight stories in height, with a f rontago of n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 May 1894

r;sr7; TEfctoW-MW'F35,W SSTJSiaraSISHHB 'yp1- X "-Si?, r- rl-C A4 T i.iw rf cfi' - -57 - -r. - - rT- tsB t f3 Vp- THE WASHTNGTCXN TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 14, 1894. The Washington Times (EVEKY DAT IK TBI YEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, Coexer Eleventh and Streets Nobthwxst. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Stbeet N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-8. Business Office, 337-3. nice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-flve Cents. jrtRXBE FtQXl N CI US WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 14, 1891. Tho Weather To-day. Tor the District of Colombia and Maryland generally lair, -variable winds. Virginia, showers in tha early morning, probably show ers in southern portions Monday, cooler near the coast; variable winds. m LABOR IK POLITICS. The National Textile Workers of th e Dnited States, which had been in session at Phila delphia for several days last week. Just prior to adjournment passed a resolution in favor of 'independen...

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

'-' -" "".,' -'--J-JJC-.?VyM'""V"-" TELE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 14, 1894. 3 ; v . KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7U1 St. Waists. f One lot of Ladies' Laun dered Waists-, striped and checked effects, all colors, large sleeves. Regular 89c. value. As a special for a few da3'S only, 69g KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. NOVEL CABLE CAR FENDER. A Device That Is Kxpcctcd to I'ick Up a Pcrs-on Without Hurting Ilira. From the Now York Herald. Clarence G. Taylor, a young man twenty years ol ago, who lives at No. 71 West Eighty eighth street, thinks he has solved the prob lem of n fender for use on cable and trolley cars. His invention appears to be simple and is ot a novel nature. '.According to my idea," he said yesterday, "an ordinary fender of wire or other sub stanco is In reality a mankiller. Instead of lifting from the tracks a person who has been knocked down. In nine chances out of ten the person's arm or leg gets caught between the fender and the street, thus forming a wedge, and held ...

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

: nssm&&m&&f&& THE -WASHrN"GTON" TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 14. 18. $7.50 SALE Men's Suits, NORTH $10, $12,50, and $15. Spread the News! We secured a manufactu rer's stock at less than cost of snaking, and the Suits weie so jood we had to run in many )f our regular $io, $12.50, and 15 Suits. These are in a variety of Fancy Cheviots and Blue and Black Serges, cut in the popu lar sack styles. This is but another evidence )f our determination to get to she top by "killing" high prices. We are constantly on .he alert to save you money. Don't wait until these get picked over, for a few days like Saturday will clear them )Ut. Better drop in early THIS MORNING. Parker, Bridget Go., 315 Seventh St. N. W. UCES. RACES. RAGES. No Guessing- No Picking, 5ut Genuine Stable Knowledge. The undersigned having made satisfactory ar nngements with several prominent racing tables Is now prepared to furnish valuable in ormation on all cominc events at Ilrooklyn, Iheepshead Uay, Morris Par...

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

g5 W-iSm,Jf3 PSZ&4iS&$&m& THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 3STO. 59. WASHOTGTOIf, D. C, TUESDAY, MOKNING-, MAT 15, 1894. OITOJ CENT A cc "u t I i IN HISTORIC BLADENSBDRG , Coxe's Cornmoncalcr"s Healthfully ,j- and Happily Quartered. MOVE MADE EARLY YESTERDAY Ocn. Coxey and Family Located in the Hotel Once Occupied by Washington and Lafay etteThe Camp Splendidly Organized and Equipped More Orders from Browne. Tho citizens of Hynttsvllle will no longer be terrorized by the immediate presence of tno band of coinmonwealers, as tne unwei ' come guests jesterday morning transferred themselves and their belongings to tbehis tona old George Washington house in Bla densburg. as was announced exclusively in jesterdnj's Times. When the vvearywealersrollod themselves tip iu their rough blankets Sunday night and closed their eyes for rest they were unaware that a change was to bo made tho next morn ing. But when the rations for breakfast had been served tho order was published to pre...

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

j.SjfjSgpg TSggrggT- V" ;iSjS H. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1894. The Washington Times (KVEET DAT IK THK YE1E) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, CORKEK EUVM'U AM) E STREETS NORTHWEST. BCSINESS OFFICI, 431 EUtTEOB STREET N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Offlce, 237-2, Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition . ...Three Cent. By the month Thlrty-llTe Cent. t(TR a grs.4co&N CI U3 WASHINGTON, D. C, HAY 15, 1894. The Weather To-day. District of Columbia and Maryland, fair, fol lowed by Increasing cloudiness, with indica tions favorable for showers Tuesday evenlnK or night variable winds. Virginia, showor3; warmer In eastern portions; variable winds. STAY AT HOME, COLONEL. Tbo worthy parson of tho church that Breckinridge attends when in Kentucky had his congregation sing an affecting hymn n week ago on not being harsh with the erring one. -Phe congregation is said to have sung it with proper Christian feeling. ...

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

ptapfiS? '' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAT 15. 1894. 3 A 4 KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St Waists. One lot of Ladies' Laun dered Waists, striped and cliclced effects, all colors, large sleeves. Regular 89c. value. As a special for a few da3'S only, 69G KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. have found our "Equitable Credit System" a jjreat convenience, Every body gets a little pinched financially sometimes, and the help that we can be to you is considerable. You and any other straightforward householder can buy FURNITURE CARPETS MATTING DRAPERIES BABY CARRIAGES REFRIG ERATORS, etc., of us on time without being under obligations to anyone. It's better than going without it's better than borrowing the money. Pa- as you promise is our only requirement. "Little," that's the watchword here. :, 9111, Srl, 834, SEVENTH STREET, AND CSS MASS. AVENUE. The Selby House, C02 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Washington, D. C. First-clas furnished rooms Meals at all Loura. J-ilio wine:, liquors and cigars. TFOS. L....

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

- t&&a&HfX?&eQggq 'v-vi$'WyriS , i THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 15. 1894. IF YOU Purchase a Suit of US you'd get a GOOD one, for we always have and always will as long as we are in the business, sell RELIABLE garments or none at all. Even our lowest price Suits at $10 and $12 are good, HONEST VALUES better than anyone else can sell you for the same money, and ours are stylishly cut, well made, and perfect fitting, too. Better ones at $15, $18, and $20 than you'll see anywhere else ready to wear at any price, and those at $25, $30, and $35 are identi cal the same garments the custom folks ask nearly twice as much fo r. Come HERE and get a Suit you can depend upon and that you'll not be ashamed of. Robinson, Gheru, & Co., Twelfth and F Streets. JOHNSTON'S 729 SEVENTH STREET. NEW STOCK GROCERIES Teas, Coffees, and Spices. TAKE NOTICE. We have opened with fresh stock of Teas, Coffees, Spices, Groceries, Potatoes, &c. Leave your orders to-day. Electric Ligh...

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

w - pfllilUM THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOIi. 1. KO. 60. WASHES'GTO, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOKKTNG, MAY 16, 1894. ONE CENT I A MILLION DOLLAR FIRE Hundreds of Families Made Home less at Boston. AX INCENDIARY'S AWFUL WORK Two Thousand People Bobbed of Their Homes By a Terrible and Costly Conflagration. The Tire CoTered a Space of Twenty Acres. Belief for the Poor Many Without Pood. Boston, May 15. By the torch of an Incen diary to-night orer a million dollars worth of property Is In ashes over Ave hundred families of the medium and poorer classes, consisting of overi,000 people, nro homeless and many of them who had time to save a portion of their household furniture aro to-night sleeping in tho ppen air. Women withbabtslnthplrarmsaiid little children huddled close together, have only tho sty for a roof and tho few mattresses saved from l ho burned tenements for a bed and no prospects of a breakfast in tho morning .after U o'clock, tho time for tho w orkfhops and bjsine3 places to close, many pa...

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

i5BIBSS ll r'' - " - lrs THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1894. V K n The Washington Times (Et lkt Day is the Yeah) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, COKM.it Flevkvtii m E Stkkets Northwest. Business OmcE, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3 Business Office, 337-2. rrice, Dally Fdltlon One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. Ctrades 55) couNciua WASHINGTON, D. C, MAY 16, 1831. The Weather To day. District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia, increasing cloudiness; slightly warmer; outh to cast winds. - Mn. Wilson's bill was rendered for rent. --. Brazil and Portugal should each choose i bull and let the animals fight it out in true Gaul stle. --- It appears that Richard CroLor sent bis messageof retirement to Tammany on a Broadway cable car. 4-- ' The Commissioners might decide on Wash ngtoaclub baseball bat3as fenders. They ould surely ne cr bit anything. SEV. MB. JONES' CEEED KIL...

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

"' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16. 1894. 3 7 n iJ S20,000WORTH vp - lillineryand FOR - AT - NG'S llio old, Sid story repeated! A New York jobber had plenty of goods, but no money credi tors irore pushing and failure stared him In the face. He offered our buyer anything la stock at ;-0 CUNTS ON T2I K HOLLAR for "SPOT CASH." We took the CHlli.U of bis stock up to tho ex'cu'. cf 3HV.I03 worth. Wo willselllt for$l 0,000 cost price as an advertisement. The Ik! Lr.vo nrriied end will be placed en sale THIS -MORNING nf 9 o'clock. To this t-nntiun- s puixhase will banddel a few specials from our own mammoth stock. HERE LS THE HAN JL i;p TABLE OP UAUKAIXS: Sailors. One lot f Ladles' Pineapple Sjll ois silt ribbon band; finished wirh Bv,iit bsud, very best duality of Mraw, br .wn and red. Made to Bell lor $1.25. This balo... , ,.., ladles, Misses', and Children's SONNETTK SAILOHS.sonnette braid and iTiltatian pineapple biaid, black. Slue, nnd white. .Made to sell fCrV5r This sale 74c...

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

irTwwsswSsTrss J,W!WJP1 t vsIJWBI St "w THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY,. MAY 16. 1894. WHAT A crowd we had yesterday, but we are used to crowds. Have the storeroom, the stock, and the salesmen to property attend to the needs of a regiment of clothing bikers. Come in to-day and see how well and how satis factorily we can SUIT and FIT you with a handsome, dressy suit, and 3'ou'll cease to wonder why we are always busy and the other merchants talk of hard times. A good reliable suit as low as $10 and $12, better ones at $15, $18, $20, and up to $40, and satisfaction guaranteed at each and every price. We have received another importation of watches, and those who were unable to get them at the time of making their purchases can do so now by presenting their due bills to our cashier. Robinson, GhBru Go., Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. DO YOU WEAR SHOES? WE HAVE THE BEST S2.50 SHOE ON Oh EARTH. COME AND SEE IT. THE ECONOMY SHOE HOUSE, TCG SEVENTH ST. X. V. RAGES. RAGES. RAGES. No Guessing. No...

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

gsr4" ";s55jr5-T?35v3rS;r?s 835gWSSSWJK 4 7" THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 1STO. Gl. WASHrCTGTOlSr, D. C, THUESDAT MOBNUSTG, MAY 17, 1894. OitfE CENT "P"? k LOST CHILDREN DISCOVERED boston's Big PSre Not So Horrible as First Reported. NEW YORK FURNISHES ANOTHER Thousands cf Dollars in Property Destroyed, Lives Lost, Vessels Burned to the "Water'! Edge, and Several Persons Hurt A Partial List of the Losses. Boston-, May It Early In the day thlrty-flre children were reported a3 missing as a result of yesterday's great conflagration, but this even ing the number Is greatly docreased. Many of the little ones were In the homes of strangers, who cared for thorn until their relatives were found. Several little ones are yet to be found by their friends, but they are undoubtedly safe In the keeping of people In the vicinity of the Are. A special service, with addresses by promi nent Boston clergymen for tho benefit of the homeless, was held In tho church Ubed as relief headquarters to-night. ...

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

(t "-- -.-- ., TSDr$!Sg-4t:30tr jSSSO. ;SgS&-fltiA"Si,3 "Gag i- 'V THE WASHTtfGTOT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1894. The Washinoton Times (EVEKT DlY IN THE YEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, COBKIB ElITEOB AND E STREETS NOKTHWXSt, Btsiness Office, 4S1 Elitenth Sthiet N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-3. Business Offlce, 337-2. Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-tlTO Cent. rr5E.ii?jonN cna WASHINGTON, D. C. MAY 17. 1894. The Weather To-day. District ol Columbia and Maryland, unset tled weather, but probably lair during the greater part ot Thursday; 'warmer; winds mostly south. Virginia, Generally fair; warmer In nothem portion; south winds. Advices from Home say that Satolli has oome to star. -- Public Pbimeb Benedict Is gettlns bis kindling wood ready for a big Are. ---- The flro which began 'a tn0 Boston base ball grounds got In several home runs. - Yon must look out toward Canton. Ohio, t...

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

WHfappESsBMsp.' fSSSSSFSi."'1 !(bg$b a-ja' 5; 1 V THE WASHINGTON TIMES,. THURSDAY, MAT 17, 1894. 3 A Large Stock FINE SHOES AT Bankrupt Prices! Several lots of Ladies' $3 Russet and black Oxfords at $1.50. Several lots of Men's $6 Cordovan Congress at $3.75. Two lots of Ladies' $3 and $4 Shoes at $1.50. One lot of Ladies' $3.50 Shoes at $2.25. One lot of Ladies' $3 Russia Calf Bluchers at $1.85. Several lots of Men's $6 Patent Calf Shoes at $3.75. Several lots of Ladies' $5 and $6 Shoes at $3.50. One lot of .Men's $3.50 Calf Congress at $1.75. Several lots of Men's $5 Russia Calf Shoes at $2.65. One lot of Bays' $3 Calf. Shoes, but ton, at $1.00. One lot of Children's $1.25 Dongola Oxfords at 59c. Thousands of oriior Big bargains "Come quick, while your size Is here. We bousht those goods at about 50 cent oil ttrti ddllar,"aud"therefore give tou the biueflt of our iiurchaso. THE WARREH SHOE HOUSE, GEO IV. RICH,. 919 F ."STREET . LEICESTER the,nw city, the favor ite1 ND BEST Or ALL H...

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