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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 May 1894

tfmmsm,miiff0 wmmwwm! THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 26. 1894. Three Dukes For one dollar. We have just received an importation of Japanese fancy linen handkerchiefs and have named them the THREE DUKES as a compliment of the local talent who will sing the comic opera of that name next week at the Academy. They are very rich and handsome and are the very latest in men's fancy handkerchiefs. We could easily get 50c. or 75c. for them, and they would be so marked anywhere else hut notwithstanding that they are the latest novelty and can be had exclusively of us. They are only THIRTY-FIVE CENTS each or THREE for ONE DOLLAR. See the window of them, you'll want one sure. Robinson, Gherii & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Our Windows FULL Of a special purchaso of MEN'S REAL 51.25 XIGIIT ROBES for 7D CENTS. Have Fancy hand-embroidered Fronts and SleoTOS. Madras and Cheviot Negligee Shirts 51.00 quality, laundered or "7Q unlaundcrc J, for a few days I w O . $1.50 Kinds, unlaundercd, $1....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

m?m s" V "i THE WASHINGTON TIMES M VOL.!. NO. 71. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, MAT 27, 1894. THREE CENTS. -.-.. -PnjarBRJSS T BATTLE IN THE DARKNESS . Two Deputies and Three Miners Pall in the Fight. STRIKERS WERE DRIVEN BACK Volley After Volley on Both Sides at Cripple Creek Tho Story of Eleven Hen Having Been Blown Up in a Shaft Proves to Be Untrue Other Strike New. CBirrix Creek, Colo., May 2G. The first clash of arms between the strikers of tho Crip ple Creek district and tho deputies occurred Is. nt3n.m. to-day. William Eabideau, deputy; Hiram Crowloy, "Dynamite Shorty," and two other miners) were killed. Frank Johnson, Fred Todd, D. D. Dunn, Win. Bailey, aDd E. 21. Russell, miners, were taken prisoners by the deputies are now held at their camp. Six of tho deputies were cap tured by tho miners during tho fight, but are thought to have been released. The troublo was precipitated in an endeavor on tho part of tho deputies to make a night march and gain possession of the cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

f!m':mH??mi THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY27, , 1894. BOTH LOVED THE SAME GIRL A Boston Newspaper Man and a Law yer Fight with Foils. THE FORMER WINS THB BATTLE Belos E. Goldsmith and Attorney Crowley Had Been Enemies for a long 'While and last Night They Settled the Dispute in an Unfrequented Spot. Boston, May 2C Shortly after 9 o'clock to night threo hacks left Hotel Beynolds for West Roxbury. They contained two duellists and their seconds and referee and attendant:, Ono of the principals -was a young lawyer named Crowloy, having an offlco in the Adam's building, and the other was a young newspaper man named Delos E. Goldsmith. The two men have been enemies for some time past on account of having fallen In love with the same girt. Some two months ago tho arrangements for tho duel were completed. Both men are reputed to be experts with the foils, and bo it was agreed that they should sottle their quarrel with sharp foils. Accordingly tho pair repaired to an open lot under the ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

FJjjgPSW" gfa j---! THE WASlCDrGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JMAT 27, 1894. h ONLY ONE FAVORITE WINS The Bookmakers at the Grange Kept Most of the Money. GRAND rRIX SAVED THE TALENT Tho Track Record at Five Furlongs and Four and Ono-half Furlongs Boston Syracuse. Peckie Morrill Colt, Grand Prix, Detroit, and Seine d'Or the Winners. About.flftecn hundred persons traveled to the Old Dominion Jockoy Club race courso on Aloxandcr Island yesterday and witnessed some very lino racing. Thoso who mailo the journey were very agreeably surprised when, upon arriving at the end of the Long Bridge, they wero informed that all local trains would stop at tho platform crocted directly In front of the entrance to tho raco course. This was n great improvement over tho two previous days, and should prove a boom to tho man agement. Tho llrst raco on tho programme was a flvo furlong dash for all ages, and proved an easy thing for Syracuse, the" old horso romping homo threo lengths to tho good. Keystone, at 20 to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

r. , wmT., '---.-se-v'--.4twVs?''y5f,!3?er?ls . THE WASHLffGTOX TIMES, SUKPAY, MAY 27, 1894. The Washington Times (ETEBT Day is nre Tbib) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Vfasliinrjton Times - Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, cccseb Elitinth axd E Stbeets Noimnrrsr. Brsi,Ess Office, 431 Eleventh Strut N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, S37-2. nice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-fire Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 27. 1891. Tho Weather To-dav. For the District of Columbia, showers to night, unsettled weather, and probably show ers Sunday; -ariablo winds. For Virginia, showers; warmer in tho interior; Tariablo winds. "THE POST' AND THE POOH, Oar morning contemporary editorially ex presses its sympathy for our "working poor," and hopes that capitalists will build small flats for tho use of such as are forced out of the alleys under tho police regulations and charge low rents for their use. Tho intelligence exhibited in this proposal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

'--" jSfi. VT THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1894. 5 li O rcc iiJLriikV Sunday, May 27, S894- TIME'S 'PLYING And -et iLcrv'sn. mountain of Tori: bt'Xorn t.8. Voioj.!!t!in.5iS nIIl tuSo sorrrnl weel a. voa tr!t!i tho blrscst i roiTui. lut then wo mut aaJ trill t-U In the shorten jmlble ilmo our tiiitl.o stocfc of ' $125,000 Worth OF DEPENDABLE DRY GOODS -AND- Ladies' Furnishings At or Below Cost. Wo'to called from every depart ment the Tery best things that could be offered tha most economical buy ers, tmd will offer them this weet at prices of j our own mating. Everything goes! Nothing rescrvedl No old stock to bo wurkd off No trashl No profltl Goods nro marked absolutely without regard to cost or loss, for this Is pcsltlrely our Farewell Sale, And our solo object Is to doss out every vestige of stock in as short tlmo as possible this week. If it could bo done. In spite cf the spirited buying cf the past two weeks f ov, if cny, lines of goods have become exhausted, so there'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

srwap33FSfS??5sf ?' 3-P5;!7??!? t ?rryBf HTlFWiKSMrTMZ T-iT THE WAgHENTGTOtf TIMES, SUNDAY, MAX 27, 1894. 10 Leaders 10 -rEoir- The Julius Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co., THE RINK New York Ave. Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. For Monday, May 28th. For Tuesday, May 29th. For Wednesday.May 30th. Leader No. i. 1 S-pc. rarlor Suite, upholstered In Silt Broca telle; Mahogany finished frames $1S.T5i Worth $30 oa Leader No. 2. 1 G-pc. Tarlor Suite, Solid Oak Framos, uphol stered In Silk Tapestry. Regular price, $75.00. This sale $47 60 Leader No. 3. 1 Solid Oak Chamber Suite, neatly carved, 2Ii SO-lnch French I'lato Hoveled Mirror. Regular price, 35 00. Special for three days, $22 50. Leader No. 3. 1 Fine Solid Oak Chamber Suite, Choral Dresser, with l$xl0-ln French Plate Glass. Price, $33,00. 1 or three days, only 53.50 Leader No. 4. 1 4-ft Solid Oak Sideboard, large French Bev eled Mirror. Price, til 00. Special for 3 days, $1150. Leader No. 5. 10 6-ft Oak Extension Tables, rrlco elsewhere, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

fttf&sy-J?1?' THE TVASHECTGrTOST TIMES. SUXPATT, MAY 27, 1894. '- METAL SCHEDULES ENDED Long Debate on Senator Hill's Motion for Free Lead Ore. KE SCORES SENATOR GORMAN Vest Explains That the finance Committee Bail to Hake Concessions Speeches by Shonp and Dubois Executive Session Fol lowed By an Early Adjournment Tbo morning debate in the Senato yes terday on the tariff bill was wholly tho duty on lead ore. Senator H1U had early announced bis Intention to as!- lor free ore, and aKer a speech by Senator Shoup, of Idaho, the New York Senator began his at tack. The remedy ior this condition ol affairs lay in proceeding in a prompt, plain, manly fash ion to rearranse the rules. As he had said Lctoro ho continued, the bill was not satisfac tory to him. It was not satisfactory to other Democrats on this side of tho chamber, and if tho Senator from Maryland (Mr. Gorman) the other day intended to have it interred that there was a Democratio unity pn this bill he had exceeded his author...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 May 1894

--r 'r-rifft'S -9" "-V- ' v?Ji2j5il3,4)3 'WTWEEW9!MKBMW.flHW7W.flq SEFS'StS?" -w -. . . -j . - - rv " 't- .. -- .i ' -- -; .if- .,--, ? ,--;- ' .- i- : t . --.- - - -. )i v -. r i THE WASHrN-GTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 27. 1894. 8 WAS Your last Suit SATIS FACTORY ? We know it was if you ' purchased it HERE. If you did not, and it faded, wore white at the exposed places, pulled out of shape, ripped, or the buttons came off, or was in any way unsatisfactory, TRY US next time, and we'll guarantee to give you a Suit that will FIT you, keep its shape, and look re spectable until it's worn out, and we won't ask you any more for it than you paid for the unsatisfactory one. Seeing is believing. Stop and see for yourself. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Our Windows FULL Of a special purchase of MEN'S REAL 81.25 NIGHT I10BES lor 70 CENTS. Ilavo Fancy hand-embroidered Fronts and Sleeves. Madras and Cheviot Negligee Shirts 81.00 quality, laundered or "7Q" unlaundered, lor a few days ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 May 1894

RauWiSi!J Tzz$SPviK3Z3r- THE WASHINGTON TIMES kv WASUDfGTON, D. C, MONDAT MOBIOTG MAT 28, 1894. ONE CENT.' VOL. 1. NO. 72. 4 SAFE IN A MOUNTAIN FORT Cripple Creek Miners Select a Strong Position For Resisting Attacks. STRICT DISCIPLINE IN CAMP. Tho Men Believe They are righting for Their Eights and Are Heavily Armed Are Sus picions of Strangers Scouting Parties to Drive Off the Overcurious. Cnirr-LE Cbeee, Colo., May 27.-It Is un quostionablo if any ol the campaigners could havo selected a stronger position thanthut chosen by the minors on Bull Hill. Bull Hill is quite a lotty peak. The sides of tho mountain aro very precipi tous to within a short distanco of tho top, where they aro perpendicular. The top of this mountain is perfectly levol, and hero it is that tho fort has beon constructed. From this point tho entire valley can bo eoen, and also tho surrounding mountains. It is impossible for a body of men to ap proach it from any direction and cscapo ob servance. Immediately benea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 May 1894

-v -,' -'--'r"'VPie wc THE WASHTPTGTON TIMES. MONDAY, MAT 28, 1894. The Washington Times (EVXST DAT W TBI TAB) OWNED AXD ISSUED BT The. Washington Times - - Publishing Company TIMFS BUILDING, Cokxtr Eleventh and E Struts Kozthwkt. Business Offick, 431 Eleventh Stbkt N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-3. Business Office, 837-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition .Three Cents, By the month Thlrty-nre Cents. 6TRA&"ES ( ilr.ercOUNCILa WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 23. 1854. Tho Weather To-day. District of Columbia: Partly cloudy with conditions favorablo f or showers and thunder storms; cooler; decidedly cooler by Tuesday morning, winds shifting to westerly. Tirglnia: Fair, except probably thunder storms in tho northern portion; cooler In western portion; southwest winds. m SEVENTY-TWO DAYS AND ENEEQETIC, Seventy-two days ago The Trains mado its first appearanco. The venture was tho out come ot the combined and energctio efforts of the wage-earners of the District ot Columbia. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 May 1894

?af THE WAHEKCrTON TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1894. h n't "Listen to fie Tale of Woe" of onr Competitors. They'll tell yon all sorts ot tales because we aro selling war below their prices. Examine theso goods aud satisfy yourself, -rit: One lot Ladles' ta.50 Patent Tip Dongola Ox fords for JLS9 Sizes 2H to 8. Widths A to EC Children's $1 S5 Dongola Oxfords for59c. Sizes T to IOCS. Ladles' 2 M Russia Calf Oxfords for tl.50. Sires -'K to a Width A, B, C, and D. Ladles' is Russia Calf Bluchers for $1.85. Only r5ialrle!L It The remainder of GEO E. BARNARD'S SHOES AND ORFORDS as follows: All C5 and f 6 Shoes $3.50 it Oitonls for .. $2.95 'S.50 Oxfords for SS.O And any pair of their $150 or $3 Slippers at $L00 per pair Your size may be hero. It will pay you to call and sea Th nisands of other special bargains in Ladles' ' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes and Oxfords during this Great Sale at IANKRUPT PRICES, THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. Remember the number, as we have no branc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 May 1894

-.,- ,,(.;" a trvw"-" mmmuv.wi.mi ' WtsKTssss Mz5rJCS?sxs-?!f5ss- siiWJ--"fS?n. T'; - " - ',-P'"' i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 28, 1894. Our Windows FULL Of a special purchase of MEN'S REAL $1.25 NIGHT ROBES lor 79 CENTS. Have Fancy hand-embroidered Fronts and Sleeves. Madras and Cheviot Negligee Shirts S1.00 quality, laundered or "7Q7 unlaundered, for a few days I v? V SI. 50 Kinds, unlaundered, $1.15. Negligee Shirts with attached or detached collars, beau tiful new designs and colorings, from $1.00 to $3.00. New Shirt Ideas, These! Why Not Get That Straw Hat? LQEO & H3RSH J Me.n's Outfitters and Hatters, 912 F St. N. W. Columbia Park. Tho Getn of Washington Suburbs. Only 15 minutes from tho city. Kor 10 days you can got a lot, 23x100 foot, from S23 to $30. Office 623 F st. nw. WILSON'S $3.50 SHOE. Onlr one Wilson's $3.50 Shoe, and that is the most comfort able, durable, and stylish $3.50 Shoe in the world. Only one place to buy that Wilson $3.50 Shoe, and that is WILSO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 May 1894

"s-s THE WASHINGTON TIMES "VOL. 1. NO. 73. WASHTffCrTOK, D. C, TILES DAY MOKNTBTGr, MAT 29, 1894. ONE CENT. STRIKERS WILL BE IGNORED l'cnnsjhania Soft Coal Operators Dc- 1,3 citlc to Employ Foreigners. THAT IS THE1K ULTIMATUM The Barons Eelieve They Can Get Plenty of Help and Say They Will Protect, if Heed Be, Every Han With an Armed Guard. A Representative Meeting. Pnn.ADEl.rnu, May 28. Tho. soft coal operators of this state, at a meeting held la , this city to-day, decided that they would parley with their striking miners no longer hut would immediately procure new hands and work their mines, even if each workman required tho protection of a deputy sheriff. Tho meeting was held in tho offices of tho Berwind-White Coil Company, in tho Bullitt building, ami was behind closed doors. Alout forty operators wero present, representing three-fourths of tho mining interests of tho state After a session of several hours it was decided that the operators had paid enough attention to the dema...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 May 1894

- ' s$'!F&firvy!Jivi:. BJrf5Sal? Ersu&a tTHE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1894. ThB Washington Times (ETEBT DAT D5 TDK TEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, Coeneb Eleventh and E Streets Nobtbwest. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3 Business Office, S37- rrlce.Datly Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents, By the month Thlrty-flre Cents. ffK"E'tO"0N"Cp? WASHINGTON. D. O., MAT 29. 1S9L Tbo Weather To-dav. For tho District of Columbia, fair; cool northwest winds. For TIrsinia, fair, pro ceded by showers on the coast In the early morning; west to north winds. e BE CONSISTENT. Tho Post earnestly, even bitterly, denounces the striking miners who forbid others taking their places In the mines. When will it as earnestly and bitterly de nounce the laws that breed the conditions that cause such lawlessness? It blames tho ignorance and stupidity of the foreign element now engaged in such...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 May 1894

r&&sGXSx&i r ( THE WASHHSTGrTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY29, 194. Pgsf V " I X Don't "Listen to tlie Tale of Woe" of onr Competitors. They'll tell you all torts ol tales became we are selling way below their prices. Examine these goods and satisfy yourself, yIz.: One lot Ladles' $2.50 Patent Tip Dongola Ox fords for $1.29. Sizes 2L to a Widths AtoEE. Children's $L25 Dongola Oxfords for 59c. Sizes TtolOHt Ladles' $2.60 Russia Calf Oxfords for 1.50. Sires 2 to 6. Width A, B, C, and D. Ladles' 3 Russia Calf Bluchers for JLB5. Only S3 pair left. The remainder of GEO. E. BARNARD'S SHOES AND OXFORDS as follows: I AUC5andt6 Shoes $3.50 84 Oxfords for $2.93 $3 50 Oxfords for $2.45 And any pair of their $2-50 or $3 Slippers at $1.00 per pair. Tour size may bo here. It will pay you to call and see. Thousands of other special bargains in Ladies and Gentlemen's Flue Shoes and Oxfords during this Great Sale at BANKRUPT PBIOES. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. Horn ember t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 May 1894

!"7P?ff'-"S !IBps?.-g psp 1 ft. THE TVASHI2TGTOTS" TIMES, TTTESPAT, MAY 29, 1894. Anj- ONE Poorly-made, ill-filing suit will create a bad impression that a dozen perfect ones can't remove: that is why WIS are so particular about the MAKE and FIT of OUR garments. Our lowest priced suits as well as the finest are cut to fit, and are well tailored, so that they'll keep their shape and look well until worn. out. Come in and see what handsome, fashionable, well-fitting gar ments you can get HERE for a small amount of money. Get one of those hand some, practical German sil ver watches. It will keep correct time, and it's FREE with every cash purchase of $io or more. Robinson, GheruJfc Go., Twelfth and F Streets. TAST TRACK AT LATONIA. But Two Fatoritcs .Managed to Win for Their Supporters. Caiaxstn, May 2& It was an off day at Ln lonia, but the sport was nevertheless very inter esting. Only two favorites won, both at 7 to 5, Le Grande in the first and Cyclone in tho last race. Clayton...

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

TTrr7:Sipfft: THE WASHINGTON TIMES 411 41 VOL. 1. NO. 74. WASHLtfGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNXNe;, MAY 30, 1894. ONE CENT. Let Every Reader of The Times Pay tribute to the Memory of the Heroes Whose Graves We Decorate To-day. "p MASTERS OF CRIPPLE CREEK Desperate Miners Hac Terrorized the Colorado Town Into Subjection. A CONFLICT SEEMS IMMINENT The Men Are Heavily Armed and Aro Using Every Means to Increase Their Numbers. Fortifications at Bull HU1 and Good Dis cipline in Camp Other Strilo News. CnrrrLE Creek, Cola, May 29 The deputies and strikers aro still keeping at safe distance from each other. Both sldos are exerting every effort to Increaso their numbers, the strik ers using lit some Instances loaded Winchesters as arguments. The strikers become boiler and more Insolent every dar. All the smaller towns aro completely ubjected, and some demonstration has boon made at Cripple Cn.ek. Thore is nothing manly In tho attitudo of the strikers. Vastly outnumbering the male popu lation a...

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

-jSSfSW' 5 rrfS?- Sff-, '. -"V T. THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1894. ipegrgv S'- '-iSppffSf' The Washington Times (EVXET DAT IN THZ YE1B) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, COKNEE EUZTKKTII ASD K 8TBIITS KOBTHWKST. Bcsisess Orncs, 431 Elxtxxtb Stsxit N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Office, S3T-1 Price, Dally Edition.. One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By the month Thirty-Ore Cents. ITftlE'sT.iff.lcoPgclua WASHINGTON. D. 0., MAY SO. 1894. The Weather To-dBT. The District of Columbia, generally fair; variable winds. Virginia, fair; warmer near the coast; variable winds. . THE JUSTICE OF IT. The Tijies knows that a great burden of taxation is imposed on the small home owner, and that an immense amount of taxes is shifted to the tenant through the taxation of improvements, and these are the classes we desire to see relieed. We desire to say to the correspondent who signs himself "Small Home Owner" that the own...

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

i55?S???i? lRp!Spfi3?- sffcspi &?" i- .. THE WASHINGTON TEMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1894. V Don't "Listen to the Tale of Woe" of our.Cpmpetitors. They'll tell you all sorts of tales bocause we aro selling way below their prices. Examine these goods anil satisfy yourself, viz.: One lot Ladles- $2 50 Patent Tip Dongola Ox fords for $1.39. SizesjJH to 8. Widths AtoEE. Children's $1.25 Dongola Oxfords forS9c. Sizes 7tolu. Ladlos' $2.50 Russia Calf Oxfords for $1.50. Sixes 2HJUC. Wftlf,A,3C, andD. Ladles' SSRyMja CaUBltjchers for $LS5. Only 7 85 pair left The remainder of GEO. E. BARNARD'S SHOES AND OXFORDSasfollowKv AU 5 aid Sff'Sh'ocs";. $3.50 $4 Oxfords for ,. $2.95 $3.50 Oxfords fonSin J. $2.45 And any pair of their $2.50 or $3 Sllppersjvt.jQf. $1.00 per pair. Tour size may be here. It will pay you to call and see. . Thousands of other special bargains In Ladles fcnd Gentlemen's Fine Shoes and Oxfords during this Great Sale at BANKRUPT PRICES. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 9...

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