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

'j- -j-wpjfjpf SjSSBfTO 3P5S -te,-, p.. I THE WASHDTGTON TIMES, THURSDAY; MAT 17. 1894. THERE'S Always something NEW in our furnishing department. The latest is a Scotch plaid four-in-hand and string tie. It's a regular one dollar tie, but we sell them at FIFTY CENTS, and they are not to be had anywhere else either. Get one and be among the first to wear a new style. We are doing a big busi ness just now in spring weight underwear. One reason for it is that we have sizes and shapes to FIT ALL MEN, and give better values for the money than any furnishing store in town. Some specially good values in Men's Suits at $10, $12, and $15. Stop in see them. Robinson, Ghery Go., Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. LEICESTER TIIE NEW CITY. THE FAVOR ITE AND BEST OF ALL. READ AHOUT IT; TALK ABOUT IT, AND AT THE CORNER OF 13T1I AND Q STS. N. W. LEARN ABOUT IT. HAVE YOU AID YOOB BENT ? i surrosE you have-reuu- LARLY FOK MANY YEAKS, buyinff homes for others. STOP IT now and at once. Use your rent money each ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 May 1894

H4" V THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. ISO. 62. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY HOBftEtfGrj; MAX 18, 1894. ONE CENT SCANDALS STIR SENATORS They Kill Investigate Attempted Brib ery anil Sugar Trust Influence. THE RESOLUTION IS ADOPTED Senator lodge Pushes the Matter Senator Hunton Asks for Speedy Sifting of the Humors Quay Suggests a General Com mittee on Senatorial Moral. When the Senate met yesterday the Lodge resolution, which wont over from Wednesday, providing for a Senatorial investigation of the alleged nttempts at bribery and the attempts of the sugar trust to influence legislation, came up and Senator Lodge immediately took the floor. He wns not a friend, he began, of the un necessary investigation of loose allegations or of vague and indefinite statements; but when specific charges are made by responsible newspapers and responsible newspaper men against persons occupying high official sta tions, involving their public and private in tegrity, he did not think the Senate could afford to...

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

-r '-I--JlJ---iNsrk--tJJ?J5v5 "5J5 - S r i ? ' THE WASHLtfGrTOT TIMES, FRIDAY, 3IAY 18, 1894. TheWashinflton Times (EnsTDiTCfTHlTKAB) t OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tlie Washington Times Publishing Company TIJtES BUILDING, COKVEK ELKTESTn AND E STRZKIS NOSTBWXSIi Business Orncs, 431 Elkvknth Strut N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business Office, 837-S. lWcc, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three' Cents. By the month Thlrty-flYe Cents. tatHAbES(.ig.) COUNCILS WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 18. 18M. Weather Indications. For the District of Columbia: Unsettled, but generally fair; slightly warmer; variable yrinds, shitting to southerly. Jackson has the sand to whip Corbett. He has used Washington water. m The Scnato will investigate suear and bribes. Why not include filibustering? --- Will the newspaper that lost Major Burke please turn its snuffer on Col. Breckinridge? The last Kansas lynching is spoken of as an "orderly affair." But ono man was killed. . -- It's a kind of armor plat...

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

""p;$$5K?jVfM 5fts:Wi;t.?MS LKKfcSi.Vi,rJe'ii'iffftJri:l?-riJ'S WUl' Wl-Uj I'JJ. ' J 'LaLi--irWJt.'iJSlrJ g!f!Bfi$a& SWv'iWeflpa".' rufvr- -rw- - 'nasr-msiy! &vzs$S3izp V5? I THE WASHINGTON TI3IES, FBIDAY, MAT 18, 1894. 3 I S, Kaon, Sons 1 0 711 Market Space. CLOAK DEPT. EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS IN JAOKETSand CAPES Wo will oflor on Saturday 1 lot Ladles' Jackets and Capet, consisting ot ISO pieces, worth from $2 30 to $4 03, nt 98c For Choice. We must hard the room they occupy, hence tho slaughter. flirt Waists 100 dozen Light rigurcd Shirt Waists, ruffled fronts, yoke back. Worth !9c, at . 100 dozen Light Figured Shirt Waists, ruffled fronts and plaited back. Worth 50c, at 39c- To dozen Light Figured and Striped Shirt Waists, laundered collars and cuffs. Worth 75c, at 49C. ' 75 dozen Light Figured Percale Shirt Waists, laundered collars and cuflsvyoke back. Worth Cl.Sj, at 8gc. M dozen Light Figured Percale Shirt Waists, laundered collars and cuffs, Yoke back. Worth $1 43, at...

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

IJV rr "z-$&$r$& fi?V - H,1 "J vfm i t& 1 SA. 7. r - THE WASHDSTGTON- TIMES, URIDATMAT 1$. 1894. HERE'S An item from our Furnish ings Department of interest to every man and boy in town. We are selling the celebrated C. Bonbon &. Co. brand of FRENCH BAL BRIGGAN UNDER WEAR at FIFTY CENTS per garment. It's a stand ard everywhere else at 75c. Other makes and all quali ties in same proportionate prices, and remember WE have sizes and shapes to FIT ALL MEN and BOYS. We have just received twenty or twenty-five addi tional patterns in Children's Suits in the $5, $6, and $7 grades. Much better values than you usually get at these prices. All sizes, 4 to 16 years. Stop in" to-day or to-morrow and let us fit your boy with one. We guarantee it will please you and give good service. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. LEICESTER TIIE NEW CITT. TIIE FAVOR ITE AND BEST OF ALU HEAD ABOUT IT; TALK ABOUT IT, A1 AT THE COHXEK OF 13TH AND Q STS. N. V. LEAKN ABOUT IT. HAVE YOU...

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

prw?r' ;sej? C5S HttrZ&i -LJ?v ' -. tv j rjLr, r ,-tp . ' U&..i WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MOBNTN'G, MAX 19, 1894. ONE CENT T-rV-V".. -fry tjr- ,- FRIGHTFUL LOSSOF ItBflte f V-V3i t.T l . , - lT.l.f" t. t..t.VlV- nvesiern Lanes visiietvoy hdmw; Jim fialr- J&.Vlt; "a ii'-- JHICAGO'S AWFUL EXPBWSCE Veuels and Human Lifo Go Dtrsra.-JettOath the Seething Waves in View rfdTMWnds.; ox Spectator! Disastrous Storms Chicago, May 18. Tbo stopn whicMttWay wept Lake Michigan was the most disastrous bt recent vears. Eirht vessels wero driven - w a i snore within the city Ilmits.of cnicagcv uut. pi their crow ten men are gnowni 10 uo drowned, and in every instance boat and cargo are utterly lost X. One schooner, the Myrtle, was wrecked lust outside the government pierf within n half mile ol Michigan boulevard, and six mon pf her crew went down to death in plain view pf tho hundreds ol pooplo who lined' tho onlarnnl irntta or watched the awfnl Storm from the Windows of...

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

-'Tv--'s'.f,)';,jw THE WASHnrGTON -TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY t19, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Day in the Yeik) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, COESEB ElKTKKTn AND K STEKtTS NOETHWXST. BCSINES3 OFFICE, 431 ELSTENTTI SntllT N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Offlce, 337-2. I-rico, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-llTe Cents. fflAQ Eff"1?0 WASHINGTON, 1. 0., MAY 19. 189. Wcsithcr Indications. For the Distrftt of Columbia, Maryland and Tlrglniai Rain Saturday morning, probably lair Saturday afternoon; much cooler; winds shifting to northwest. i THE ABMOB-FLATE FEAUDS. Mr. Dunphy, of New York, don't want to pay without further Investigation the 81,200, 000 which tho government will soon owo the Carnegie company for armor plates. He con tends that when the money has been paid it will render useless an Investigation, and there will be no redress left for the govern ment. Mr. DnnRhy appeared bef...

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

-rM?wiIlMM,fs'--- ." aerea 'igryrgf far'1 w t -" xi jfs?s j;?49 rs.-5-y xpi THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, MAT 19, 1894., 3 b x . in. it s Kann.xflnssA :n ?i iiu.ii.b 711 Market Space. CLOAK DEPT. EXTRA SPECIAL, BARGAINS IN JACKETS an t We will oSor on Saturday 1 lot Ladies' Jackets and Capes, consisting of ISO pieces, worth from 52 00 to $4.03, at 98c For Choice. We must nave too room they occupy, honco tho slaughter. Ladies' Siiirf Waist 100 dozen Light Figured Shirt Waists, ruffled fronts, yoke back. Worth S9c, at 2sC. JOO doicn Light Figured Shirt Waists, ruffled front, and plaited back. orth 50c at 39c- 75 dozen Light Figured and Striped Shirt Waists, launderod collars and culls. Worth 7Scr at 49C 75 dozon Light Figured Percale Shirt Waists, laundered collars and cuffs, yoko back. V orth tl S3, at 89C. 50 dozen Light Figured Percale Shirt Waists, laundorcd collars and cuffs, yoko back. Worth (1 43, at rSLSSS -& i. tj "--n y ti n g.tfx'ijmr- vra I CO rigurcd and Striped Duc...

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

'l&X&tti'M r j-v THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 19. 1894. IT IS .No easy matter to provide styles and patterns in Boys' Clothes to suit everybody. We came nearer to it than anyone else, for we are -willing to wager that we sell a larger percentage of the cus tomers who come to look than any other store in town, and we couldn't do so if we did not have the proper garments at proper prices. There's a big invoice of new stj'les in Children's $5, $6, and $7 Suits at better values than you'd find else where at these prices. Come in to-day and look them over, you'll be more than satisfied with the style and qualities. Boys' Furnishings, too, of every description are here, all the best makes, at less than furnishing store prices. Robinson, GhBnj Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. HAVE YOU YOOR BENT ? I SUPPOSE YOIT HAVE HEUU LARLY FOR MANY YEARS, buying homes for others. STOP IT now and at onco. Use your rent money each month Jn BUYING A HOME FOR YOURSELF. I hivo three houses, lately...

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

iww 'i'ffW THE WASHINGTON TIMES X" VOL.1. !NO. 64. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, MAT 20, 1894. THREE CENTS 5i --g DRIVEN ON THE SHOALS The Storm on the Western Lakes Deadly and Destructive. FICKIKG UP THE DROWNED thousands View the Wild and Angry Water! with tho Vessels Being Hurled and Torn Apart Hains, Floods and Frosts Do In calculable Damago All Over the Country. Chicago, May 19. Thousands of spectators jratohed from tho lato shore to-day the de struction of craft that had been beachod dar ing the storm of yesterday and last night. At Twenty-seventh street tho McLaren was be ing pounded to piocos fifty yards from the Shore and her destruction will bo complete be fore the surf quiets. The body of Joseph Btolon, mato, was still on tho wreck. He was killed jesterday by falling spars. Threo wrecks were rolling in the breakers at Twenty-fifth street. The Thompson has stood the strain fairly well and will not be broken to pieces. Nothing but the bow of the Evening Star remained af...

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

TSpe.- jWD0W -frfV1 PTTB "WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAT 20, 1894. MEETINGS TO BE SECRET Senate Investirjation Committee Will Sit Behind Closed Doors. A BRIEF SESSION YESTERDAY Bribery Charges to Bo Taken Up Pint Wit nesses Already Summoned for the First Hearing en Monday Precedents Concern ing Incriminating Testimony. The- Senate investigating committee- met yesterday noon, and niter a lengthy confer ence it was decided to hold the session behind closed doors. The reason for this is that to conduct a fair and at the same searching in quiry. It may bo necessary to ask some close questions, which might inferentlally reflect upon Senators and convey a false Impression. The chairman of the committee, Senator Gray, will bo authorized to give out the facts ascertained at the session of the committee. Another reason for reaching this conclusion is found in the probability that many clews as to other testimony" may be obtained from those who may bo testifying, and it is feared that the publ...

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

mp? 3E fW". r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1894. H FRESH SPORTIHG COMMENT No Change in the Situation of the Senatorial Aggregation. MANAGERIAL MISTAKES MADE Already the Local Club Eeems to Be Hope lessly in last Place, with Little Chance of Getting Ont Too Much Available Talent Has Been a Stumbling Block. Whethor tho Washington ball club will win many moro games this season or not Is Bome what ol a vexed question with many of the local fans. Ono of the latter evidently does not take much ttock In the future of tho club, as ho has wagered a goodly sum that the Senators will not win more than ten games during tho balanco of the season. Of courso, tho club will win many more than ten games, but tho patrons of the sport have but llttlo reason to bo encouraged at tho out look. Manager Schmelz hns already com plained that through listening to tho sugges tions of others several of the playors had been placed to tho disadvantage of tho team, and ho purposed having his own way from ...

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

SPSBPf W-J-, l THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1894. The Washington Times (Evebt Dit in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING. C0E.S1R ELKTXNTH AND E STREETS NORTHTTEST. Bcstness Office, 1 Eleventh 8tbket N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business Office, S37-S. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition .Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-flye Cents. TftiTDEjfrOuS'c'lLl WASHINGTON. D. C, MAY 20. 1891. The Weather To-day. Tor District of Columbia, Delaware, and Maryland: Showers, probably followed by fair; much cooler: wind shifting to North; conditions favorable for frosts Bundny night. For Virginia: Showers; much cooler; winds shifting to Northwest, and becoming danger ous on thn coast; conditions favorable for frosts in interior Sunday nicht, . --- THE CLASSES AOAINST THE MASSES. The masses are learning, with a certainty never before attained, that they are in the midst of a vital contest with the aggressive class Iniluen...

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

nftf&pftM&t&q0 &-3f"--?mi'fi38Xl 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, MAT 20, 1894. A Columbia Park. DONT spend flCO for a lot. but WAIT until you have read our extraordinary offer In sub urban lots at Columbia Park, adjacent to Wash ington on page 2 lu next Sunday's TIMES, where you can buy lots from $25 to 850, on easy terms. Callforclrcularandgetinon the ground floor, ffice (23 F sL iw. 50c Will Still Buy ONE DOLLAP.'S-Wortb of CLOTHING AT GARNER'S Closing-Out Sale. Lite the resonant filngin? of the great buzr-smv In a steam lumber mill was the unceasing hum of business throughout the store all this week. FOH TO-MOKUOW'S TRADING to offer choice of our entire stocfc of Cloth ing PKINCE ALBEKT bUITS CUTA WAY SUIT3-KE0KNT SUITS at 50c on the Dollar Time Is growing short-our lease ex pires July 1. This Is a rare chance, bnap It up. 1026 Seventh St. N.W. FliesI Flies! FliesI Don't be troubled with Dies when you can buy a Screen Door for SI and Screen Window at 21c, S3c, 30c...

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

t i5s,?rpp SJMf' THE WASHENGrTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAT 20, 1894. GREAT REVOLUTION SALE AT THE London Bazar, 715 Market Space. 340,000 Worth of Summer Millinery and Ladies' Fur nishings Below Cost. OUR ENTIRE STOCK Of Millinery, Klbbons. Capes, Laces, Dresses. Flowers, Ladles' Waists, Feathors. Infants' Wear, Jot Goods, Underwear, And Hosiery, Veilings At Revolutionary Price Toe story's a short one ! Jio use of Beating antuud tho bushP We overestimated the condition of busi ness. Expected a heavy May trade in advance Summer Goods. Tlaced largo orders for FINE PRODUCTIONS, which have been coming in throughout the present week I Invested too heavily I Are Overstocked ! Must Raise Cash I Everything hero Is fresh, clean, and stylish. No old shop-worn stock, or "sec onds' or auction goods, but ns flno a stock of Spring and bummer Goods as Washington has ever seen. Not a "humbug" sale, originated to mislead tho public, tut a forced sale, made necessary by tho backward sea son. To convert a la...

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

ez& ' r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1894. V u A Large Stock OF FINE SHOES AT Bankrupt Prices I Several lots of Ladies' $3 Russet and Black Oxfords at $1.50. Several lots of Hen's $6 Cordovan Congress at $3.75. Two lots of Ladies' $3 and $4 Shoes nt $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 Hen's $6 Tatcnt Calf Shoes at $3.75. Several lots of Ladies' $5 and $6 Shoes at $3.50. One lot of Hen's $3.50 Calf Congress at $1.75. Several lots of Hen's $5 Russia Calf Shoes at $2.65. One lot of Boys' $3 Calf Shoes, but ton, at $1.00. One lot of Children's $1.25 Dongola Oxfords at 59c Thoosandsofotherblg bargains. Come quick, yhlle your sixe 1, here. We bought these goods nt shout 60 cents on the dollar, and therefore Clve you the benefit of onr purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET. FOR ONE MONTH tvTU make suit to your measure and made en ih premises for 815. No sweatshop work here. ...

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

'f "' r- "'; i' . THE WASHiyGTOy TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 20. 1894. 8 EVERY Stvle and Shane vou'll cafe for in everv fabric tliat's proper and reliable is to be found in OUR stock of fashionable, seasonable, penect-htting garments tor men and Boys. There's a big run just now on SERGES. We have them in all the various weaves and colors. Smooth Serges, Storm Serges, Rough Serges, and Clay Serges in Black, Blue, Brown, and Gray. Some lined all through, some half lined, and others without a ves tige of lining. All of them well tailored and guaran teed to keep their shape and' wear satisfactorily. Just look at theprices. GOOD ONES that WE'LL GUAR ANTEE at $io and $12. Better ones at $15 and $18, and the finest you ever saw at $20 and $25. Spring weight Underwear and other Furnishings in unlimited variety and at less than furnishing store prices. Robinson, Chery & Co. Twelfth and F Streets. Leicester on the Hill The New City on the Pennsylvania Railroad, the most beautiful of all home sites...

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

, " J?" THE WASHINGTON TIMES M i WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1894. ONE CENT VOL.1. 1STO. G5. to y STREAMS SWELL TO MYERS Dooms and Dams Go Down Before the Torrents in Pennsylvania. STREETS AND FIELDS FLOODED Williamsport and Altoona Send Terrible Tales of Suffering That Approximate the Rood Terrors of 1889 Beildenti Flee for Their Lives News from Elsewhere. VtixiAMsroRT, Pa., May 21. Tho main boom of tho Susquehanna Boom Company broke at 12.30 o'clock. TUero aro 150.000.000 feet of logs couflned there and nil of them aro now passing out and down tho river. Tho loss will bo moro than 100,000, tho valuo of the logs In tho boom, and will throw hun dreds of men out of employment. WiixiAJisronT, Fa., May 21. At midnight, with tho rain still falling, tho river has over flowed its banks in tho central part of tho city and the water is rushing up Market street, and out on Third to Fourth streets, in the business part of the city, where the cellars are now full of water. Tho pr...

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

vz& THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1894. 2 PjEeSar?? The Washington Times (Etebt Dit is the Teas) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times - Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, COEXER ELSTEMTH AHD K STREETS NORTHWEST. BCSTNES3 OFFICE, 431 ElXVTNTH SrEIKT N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, 337-2. Prlce.Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition .Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-flTe Cents. i"tWTO"e tfffiQurc c ' U WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAY 21. 1834. The Weather To-day. District ol Columbia and Maryland, unset Jed weather; fair during greater portion of Monday; cooler; variable winds. Virginia, generally fair; warmer in western portion; rest winds. "WILL IT BE A FAECE1 In connection with the proposed investiga tion of the operations of the agents of the sugar trust, which Senator Gray's commltttee promises to take up after the charges of sen atorial bribery have been disposed of, some of the subsidized organs of trust and other special Interests hae been at grea...

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

gf'gfiXf?K ,. . ,jJ,..VJa..' jii.g; v.'-y 's'V-V,-TOrK?rSsg 3 i.5R-r",j 5? js'j is" - . THE WASHINGTON' TIMES. MONDAY, MAT 21, 1894. ' IV J A Large Stock FINE SHOES AT Bankrupt Prices! Several lots of Ladies' $3 Russet and Black (hfords at $1.50. Several lots of Men's $6 Cordovan CongrebS 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 Tatcnt Calf Shoes at $3.75. Several lots of Ladies' $5 and $6 Shoes at $3.50. One lot of iMcn's $3.50 Calf Congress at $1.75. Several lots of Hen's $5 Russia Calf Shoes at $2.65. One lot of Bojs'$3 Calf Shoes, but ton, at $1.00. One lot of Children's $1.25 Dongola Oxfords at 59c. Thousands of other big bargains Come quick, while your biz is here N e bought these goods at about W cents on the dollar, and therefore Eire tou the benefit of our purchase THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. Will Still Buy ONE DOLLAR'S...

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