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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 June 1894

v-- r,y-JiW'-4J' yi"fa-"i ' x&Bm?-m3'j v??35ra HVS fS-WV'OTViiVSr' "V -" 5IWJ s- . . .. - THE TVASHnrGTO TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1894. OUR BOYS' And Children's Clothing are attracting a good deal of attention from parents who like to see their boys well dressed. They are worthy of anyone's admiration, for they are the finest, richest, and handsomest garments to be found in America, and they cost no more than the ordinary kind are sold for elsewhere. Stop in to-day or to-morrow and get 3'our boy a new suit for com mencement day. We'll give you thoroughly satisfactory garments or refund the money, and we'll make the boy happy, too, as we pre sent with every cash pur chase of $10 or more a hand some watch that will keep correct time. Robinson, Gherij & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. ' For the Prettiest BABIES In Washington. To ascertain the four prettlost babies in Washington under 3 years old wo bunll in augurate a contest and oflor four handsome prizes, as follows: FIRST PRIZE f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 June 1894

B5KCTP3E3ES3! !'yeKK2a - r ,,- ?T" '-1 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES i.- VOL. 1. XO. 84. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING-, JUNE 9, 1894. ONE CENT. ; f "x STRIKERS BLOCK A ROAD The Baltimore and Ohio at Wheeling at the Mercy of Miners. MILITIA HURRIED TO THE SPOT Two Hundred Miners Take the Initiative by Seizing a Train The Governor Bendi Troops Telegrami State the Trouble to Be Growing More Berioni. CnAHLESTOs, W. To., June 8. To-day Gov ernor McCorkle received a telegram from the sheriff of Marshall county, stating that 200 strikers had taken possession of a Baltimore and Ohio coal train at Boggs run, near Wheeling, and asked for troops. Tho dispatch stated that the men had refused to surrender tho train, declaring they would hold it in spite of tho sheriff or military. The telegram also stated tho number of miners about the train was constantly Increasing. Tho Governor ordered the following com panies to the scene: Campany G and I of Huntington, company E of Parkersburg, company Dot M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 June 1894

-,-T!l'WP-3?TfsirBBr9f!SPs! -s wg rMEase$)glssMP J?51 sSiW-r-.T ."V-? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTJRDAT, JUNE 9, 1894. The Washington Times (EVXRV DAT IN TOE Y11K) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, CGSltES 1SXVENTU AND E STIUXTS NOBTHWEST. BCI.U.ESS Office, 411 Eleventh 8teeet N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 337-3 Business Ofllce, 337- fries, Dally Edition OneCent Similar Fdltion Three Cents. Br the month Thlity-Bve rents. ffi R"a 5e sj Tfe.cjCOU N CtL WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 9 1894. The Weather To-dav, For District of Columbia, fair, warmer; southwest winds. ForTIrginla, fair; warmpr; variable winds, becoming southerly. e BEPUDIATE THE TKTJET TABIFF BILL. The sucar trust conspiracy in the Senate is one of tho most disjjraceful exhibitions of bargain and sale known to national legisla tion, and the humiliating spectacle of United Btates Senators endeavoring to conceal their connection with a powerful corporation when framing a tariff measure t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 June 1894

-." !5!ar V (---. V W&S pf'gfftyis&ng $ BHSBftiyj-'v.-cS? nJiLJjwW 3&X7";5rw3TFSS.:!2ra?S 5K- '" '--T """ S"- V-vS- -v-,f. - t " --? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1894. ,3 V rx J c -; 6 There's No Discomfort In $ Slimmer Cooking 9 9 9 9 9 If it's done on a Gat Hang T hero a nounnocessary beat and It beffina and en Is at the turn of a screw. Couldnt be tnore con venient or comfortable Uutwith M, there's no ptoflt in Gas Ranges for ui We content ourserres by selltne you the brst ranges and scttluz them up properly freo. !Murne r Gas nance, $13. 3-burnur Gas Range, 4I& 4-burner Gas Range, $&. GASLIGHT CO. 13 10th St. N. W. o-or--?-o-a o o AKEI And Look at These Boys' Pi Ilnsla Calf Ba's. only $1 95. Men's H Russia Calf Bale, only R.6J. Met- 8 SiM C II Welted Bait, only 15. Lr.ll a' Russia Calf Blucner High Shoes, only H.Z I adlcs' SI Russia Calf Blucner Oxfords, only SI 41 t Ladles' i50 Patent Tip Dongola Oxfords, only lia Lallos' W lUsset OxforJs. only il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 June 1894

-"--me- rnr--r-ppM"5(r-vs$P --Ws h- -3J " i THE "WASHIN'GTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 9. 1894. JUDGED By other people's qualities at the same price, our Fif teen Dollar Suits ought to be twenty dollars, and they would be in the other stores, but you know you can always depend upon getting better value for your money HERE than anywhere else. Come in to-day for that Spring Suit. There's a good one here as low as $10, and better ones at all prices ' up to $40, and they'll FIT, too, the cheapest as well as the best. Furnishings, too, for Men and Boys. The proper sort at proper prices. Robinson, Chery & Co., TWELFTH JS F STREETS. JOHNSTON'S Specials To-day. Java and Mocha Coffee 50c lb. BestMtxed Tea 50a lb. Soap Powder .2a packago. rotted longue and Ham 3 for 25a Tall Cans Mackerel 3 cans 25a Sugar Cured Shoulder ic- Baby Brand MilL - 2 cans 25a Smoked Breasts .'!clb. Fruit Puddlne 3 packages 2.a Sirup, per gallon 25c lllce 5 lbs. for 25a Cornstarch 3 packages 23c Dried Beans 4a lb. Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.l. !N"0. 85. WASHINGTON, D. C. SUNDAY MOBNINGh, JUNE 10, 1894. THREE CENTS. CONFERENCE WAS BLOCKED Operators and Strikers Conld Not Agree on Terms of Arbitration. THE MATTER IS HANGING FIRE X Notable Gathering of Miners and Owners is Altoona to Bottlo tho Present Strained Con dition of Affairs, but Prospect for an Amicable Agreement An Sot Bright Altooxa, June 9. The conference of op erators and miners of the control Pennsylva nia region, began hero this morning, struck a deadlock at the outset. All of tho operators and minors are represented. District President Thomas A. Bradley had an informal talk with the operators this morn ing. Tbo latter expressed a willingness to confer with the miners as Individuals, but not as on organization. District President Brad ley told the operators that the result of the conlereueo would have to be referrod to National President McBride. The operators say this was not the understanding nnd ex hibit telegrams from McBndo and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

&rs$jg?3cmMW!&?-fF' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 10. 1894. l UNDER FiVE-MiriUTE ROLE The Senate Will Move Merrily Throngh the Wine and Spirits Schedule. THE REPUBLICANS CENSURED Agricultural Schedule Dispeied'of yesterday. Pearnre of the Day Was the Withdrew! of a Number of Compromise and Committee Amendments Considerable Work Done. Tho Senate sot throngh tho agricultural schedule yesterday and entered on the dlscus alon of schedule n epirlts, wines, and liquors. A number of the Jones "compromise" amendments were withdrawn, and the com mittee amendments or the original House amendments left. At the close of the day the flve-mlnute rule was agreed upon In the con sideration of the schedule under discussion, to continue on Monday, Tho feature of the early morning was a vig orous speech by Senator Vest, of Missouri, ar raigning tho Eepublicans for their breaoh of the spirit of this and preceding agreements limiting tho debate. It was agreed that the general debate upon th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

&S5&SI5 MJBgggs. tv ., i.,,.1,f...B,mtmmmmmimmmmJvi -., .j.jofeT?svaa sm- .-sssg f aT r THE 'WASHIITaTOlT TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1894. 3 ELTON PITCHED SUPERBLY Senators' Inability to Find Chamber lain Loses Them the Game. MADE ONLY FOUR SAFE HITS The Washingtons Played a Listloss and In different Game in the Hold, Whilo the Cineinnatis Hade bnt One Error and Had Ho Trouble to Solvo Potty's Delivery. Results of Yesterday' Games. Boston-, IS; Sr. Louis, 8. Chicago, 10: New Yore, o. Baltiuoke, 7; Louisville, 5. PlTTSBDlia, 5; BROOILTN,. CINCINNATI, 8; WASHINGTON, 8. PmxABEmiiA. 9: Cleveland,!. The Championship Keeord. W. L. I'd. I W. L, ret. 500 474 S71 297 2S2 278 Baltimore.. 24 9 727 New York.. 1? 19 Pittsburg.. S3 13 Boston. 5 11 Cleveland.. 82 13 Pnlla'Dhla. 23 13 653 St, Loins. .. is " 6Jl!ctnclnnatL. 13 S3 63 Chicago.... It 2li MSlWash'ton... 11 S3 633 Louisville.. 10 M Brooklyn... 20 IS SENATORS LOST THE THIRD. They Couldn't Hit Chamberlain and They Also -Made Errors. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

tmqwrni ''v"OT"sWi'J,,''! fe! -?-i?F? f? PTfKfrr , THE WASHDTGT02T TIMES. SUNDAY, JUSTE 10, 1894. i H - The Washington Times (EVEBT DAT DJ THE TEAM OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TDIES BUILDING, Cousin Eleventh akd K Stkkei3 Nobthwest. Business Oitice, 431 Eleventh Steeet N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, SSM. Business OSes, 37-2. rrice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. Uy the month Thlrty-llvo Cents. fTRT6E5j&C0IJNCiSb WASHINGTON, D. a, JUNE 9. 1831, The Weather To-dav. For District of Columbia. New Jersey, Dela ware. Maryland and Virginia, fair, BllghUy wanner; southwest winds. THE SENATE WON'T HAVE IT. Mr. Sperry, ol Connecticut, thinks that Sen ators should also be docked for absence from their legislative duties. Speaking on the sub ject tho other day to a Ttjieb reporter, ho said: If the statute Is to be enforoed at all. It should be enforced equitably. It applies to both the Senate and House; yet I am told that the Senat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

TM j "Tii -iMVi?,frj-' v.T?vr-5E vSs, --, ii THE WASHnTGKTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1894. J ,. ' THAT LIVING PICTURE FAD It Lingered on tke Verge of Froprietr and Was Flitlly Condemned. TALK OP A LOCAL PRODUCTION f Information' About the Expense of BUg ing Tail Performance Womon Who Serve a He Jcb Cheap Imitator May Boa the Bntcrp;.. Funny leenei in the Wing. The report, as yet unconfirmed, that a local theaterl to introduce to it patrons during the Summer a series ot living pictures, euoh as aro now causing such & furore in New York city, has 6et tongues wagging. It ii an undisputed fact that this now form of enter tainment is one of the most daring departure in the lino oi theatrical eatering that Ameri can managers have over'attempted. The flrat night that the pictures wero presented to an audience, and that was after long and dili gent rehearsal, the managers of the enterprise stood behind the wings of the stage in a state of nervous excitement, expecting at any mo ment to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

s -?' srfY n - G OUR OWN DEADLY WEAPONS Americans Arc Not So Far Behind in Producing Engines of War. FACTS ABOUT OUR RIFLES Kagazlne Gnns of American Manufacture Are in Mcny Instances Superior to For eign Products A Lack of Appreciation by the Different Home Purchasers. It is stranso thRt the American press, faith fully noting tho advances of European siill in the manufacture of weapons, should jrivo less attention to similar homo industries, superior in many respects y to the foreign. When tho Lobel and Monnllcher rifles wero brought out there wore items and illustrations by the noore for months, though these arms nre not more ingenious In construction than our own magazine guns, and cannot bo as rapidly or as easily flred. Tho history of tho manufacture of armB in this country is one of rapid and varied im provement. The great variety of game, and u natural, perhaps hereditary, tasto for rillo fhootlng, has led to the-e result. To the sporting inclinations of our citizens, there f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

pg-jijtwf V I THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, .TTOE 10, 1894. -sfgipp J M ILBIAKDER KEHT TO COIEY la Oft letter to tire Visiting Com MwealAmj. 80M lOST-OASS ADVICE TJTijIttTiTTi ! (War i A 'taMtlmi Jhrw sin atfriatttnuanmw i far U -aellaracx tie tMtlitavts, X aa son, ". j ts faasaata, bk m ay xese. .' luw 4Mb nrltcto So -win open ( BiBi4l a?aa!jMa a tbe Ule i ywiyiit BJQQasfaaiA bflp protsperity wl y jateni teto Bsxryt luse. I fnHyoe- fcwflHtt nmjniBkJej3lBtJoi.Eajtbeid, jili -! taiareri ltyarmrmtatngi Jted3tilnBf tbs OBaxWiOBa, and Htinjkp2x ttam, tiactX Mmmcnmlto sos vett lo jot -wit nans to D a "wiser metlod IlaelinEtlm7ia3-w dtstreJiuLB lint joa are-mn,1 jiiiMillUj, Rgacit Trie ftwt, lmcia, ti jmtnt icbKt seems la me "very arioa oljee m tg he vr" Jstr i year presMai mfhii,l,th noesJneof ttsimcraptoTed iBreliiTChastEm,TrtiiTinrto laSancs Tt ftwftnEf J1". .vff ot nwTarj-TTWlTTwri It Sacs xot nave later Boss eoxiennlaisd by enx theory of ginn:'ii-inTrt. TjejrislaiioD that is lor thep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 June 1894

".";' ; -- '? i. ! - f 1 8 THE "WASHrffGrTOlT TOTES, BUST DAY, JUNE 10. 1894. ' r inn-zTegzstg&f FIFTEEN Dollars the price, a full $20 the value, of a lot of GENUINE CLAY Serge Suits just received j'cster day, only in Sack shape, both in Black and Navy Blue colors, cut in the height of fashion, exquis itely tailored, faultless fit ting, and guaranteed to look and wear as well as any- body'; f's $20 Suits. Don't lose sight of the fact that the largest and best line of Men's and Boys' Furnishings in town is to be found on the busy corner of Twelfth and F streets. We make a specialty of 50c. Neckwear. Other people's 75c and $1.00 qualities are HERE at this price, and we have about five times the variety. Robinson, Ghsry & Go.. Twelfth and F Streets. Donovan's Baseball House PUZZLE. A Handsome Diamond Kin? will be awarded to tho flrst correct solution bj September S3. Copies of the Puzzle can bo had at the BASEBALL HOUSE. IKS SEVENTH STHEET. THE WAR IS OVER. ccrthclcss Southern ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 June 1894

Ti w v Vt ,- jSTIg THE WASHINGTON TIMES )) Vuli. 1. STO. 8G. WASimf&TffN, D. C, MOXDAY MORdSTrtfGr, JUNE 11. 1894. ONE CENT. w BAD FIGHTING BEGINS AGAIN Conference of Miners and Operators Tailing, Rifles Are Resorted To. DEPUTIES FIRE INTO A MOD Ono Striker Killed in His Boots, Two Others Are Dying, and Still Another Shot Through the Body Eesnlt of a Battle at lemont Yesterday Morning. TJmoxtown, Ta., June 10. The trnce is ended, and again the armed deputlos In the coke regions have made a killing. Ono striker Willed in his boots, two others dying and another shot through the body is the re sult of the battle this morning at Lemont There were six deputies on one side and a numbor of strikers on the other. Unbiasod tostimony is to the effect that the mob not only provoked but compelled the deputies to flro on them, after the strikers hud com pelled thom to retreat and had fired several shots at them. The circumstances that led up to this latest of the many tragedies of the coke r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 June 1894

rr?" " '-i''Xir99S!!iffftJ'j gPfVSf f&S&mi&Bsqf l&r v THE WASHTffCrTOST TIMES, MONDAT, JUNE 11.1894. ThB Washington Times. (Every Bit us tot YnW OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Companj TIMES BUILDING, Consul Elxvxnth and E Stkeets Nosthwe Business Omcr, l Elktenth Stkiit N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, SJ7-S. Business Omce, 337-3. rrice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. Br tho month Thlrty-flye Cents. 6TRADES(.fl?g) COUNCILS WASHINGTON. D. C, JUNE 11, 1894. The Weather To-dav. For the District of Columbia.: Fair; proba bly slightly warmer; southwest winds. McKjn-e don't tako kindly to the text, "It Is good or us to be here." m m Scoir produces muscular energy, lays sci ence. It also produces liars, say the people. . Wnr is the Senate tariff bill like tho con demned Carnegie armor plates? Because It Is full of blowholes. Carnegie Is willing to make reparation for those blowholes it Uncle Sam will tell him just how much the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 June 1894

p.-y---v'.iJ-nl -MJfsSaSsisMplpppSplsl ifh&mgsggg p ll THE WASHTNGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1894. -31 - M AWAKE! Aud Look at These BANKRUPT PRICES! Boys' J3 Russia CaH Ba.lt, only 11.95. Hen's S3 Russia Calf Bala, only $2.65. Men's 13.50 Calf Welted Bals, only 91M. Ladlvs' $3 ltutsla Calf Blucbar Hlfh Shoes, only 81.85. Ladles' $3 Russia Calf Blucher Oxfords, only tl.. Ladles' $2.50 Patent Tip Poniola Oxfords, only J1.S9. Ladles' 12 Russet Oxfords, only $1.19. blisses' t! Russia Calf Lac Shoes, onlyJl.S9. THOUSANDS OF OTHER SPECIAL VALUES DURING THIS OREAT SALE AT BANKRUPT PRICES. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO.. Vfr. RICH, 919 F STREET. Remember number, as wo h&Te no branch Jtore. A BUTTE ROMANCE. The Canadian Girl Who Waited for Har Lever to .Make Ilia Fortune. From the Cleveland Flalndealer. Butts, May 30. Life in Butte has its ro mance now and then, and the story of Angus McQueen proves it. Fifteen years ago he was plodding along in a small Canadian Tillage, fooling consta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 June 1894

tf THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 11. 1894. ISAMU 4U ' THE HOT June days are here and . THIN CLOTHES must be had. Why not buy yours HERE where you are sure of satisfaction. You know us as reputable merchants who never indulge in questiona ble or unscrupulous meth ods, and who would not sell yon an unreliable or infer ior garment at any price. Come in to-day. See how low j'ou can buy really good clothes. We have an all wool, fast color, well made suit as low as TEN DOL LARS, better ones at $12, $15, 18, and up to $40. A perfect fit and entire satis faction at each and every price or your money is here on demand. See those genuine CLAY SERGE Suits at FIFTEEN DOLLARS. You will find them in most eveiy other store in town but the price there is $20, and they won't fit j'ou as well as ours either. Don't j'ou want to save that $5? Robinson, Chery & Co., 1 WELITII A F bTliHETS The Stars and Stripes Forever. Frank Leslie's Scenes and Portraits of the CIVIL WAR. Part 3 contains the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 June 1894

I-JLJJ ,'',' THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 87. WASHTtf&TOST, D. C, TUESDAY MOBNTPTGr, JUNE 12. 1894. ONE CENT. '. STRIKE IN OHIO TERMINATED Arbitration Between Miners and Oper ators Results in an Agreement. WORK TO BE RESUMED AT ONCE The Result of Recent Attempts at a Friendly Settlement in Other DiitricU Was Dis-couraging-, bst Beaionable Concenioni by Both Sidet Brought Harmony. Coixvbcs, Ohio, Juno 1L The Joint eom mittea on scale, composed ol operators and miners, went Into executive session at 9 o'clock. Each side expressed a feeling that circumstances elsewhere had made an agree ment here difficult, but each would try to ef fect an agreement If possible. John McBride said: "The miners are not contendinc for a recognition of the minors' union, but for a uniform scale." Before going into executive session as a joint committee the miners had a private con ference of about one hour's duration. Soma of the operators have said that theT prefer to deal with organized rathor tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 June 1894

Jw-ctKPp -WWfW- 5ne 2 THE WASHTt-TGrTOlf TIMES, TUESDAY. JTTNE 12. 1894. ft- -- i ThsWashinflton Times (ETZRT DlT VI TH TUIl OWNED AND ISSUED BT , fhc Washington Times Publishing Company TIHESBUILDISa, CRNER ELEVENTH AND E STKXITS SoTXWtET. Business Omc-t, 4M Elxtxhte Stxixt H. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 3374. Business Office, 237-1 frlce. Dally Edition.........-..; On Cent Sunday Edition ..... .Three Cents. J3y the month Thlrtr-fl ve Centm. -11 - sT?f y tV - .u. CyR0grTgrcoXlNCIt WASHINGTON, D. O., JUNE 12, 1894, The Weather To-da-r. For the District ot Columbia and Maryland, probably fair till Wednesday night; westerly Triads; continued high temperature. . Yes, constant reader, price rhymes with Brice. e Tes Senate swallowed the spirits schedule in one gulp. es. Tbk Saltan gang are frequent examples of reincarnation. Tns weather and the almanao hare at last got together. . e BsKCKTSBirxjE's political creditors should hare a receiver appointed for his boom. m e f The Chicago Bas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 June 1894

mgsgs&$&!&s' km$W ivHtJ&Lx- '-y-',ff THE TVASHrNGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JTJHE 12, 1894. I- S SSE3-? J " H AWAKE. And Look at These BANKRUPT PRICES! Boys' (3 Russia Calf Bals, only J1.95. Men's $3 Russia Call Bats, only t2.CS. Men's $3.50 Calf Welted Bals, only 82.15. Ladles' S3 Russia Calf Blucher High Shoes, ynly 81.85. Ladles' 3 Russia Call Blneher Oxfords, only 11.43. Ladles' SIM Patent Tip Dongola Oxfords, only (189. Ladles' 82 Husaet Oxfords, onlT JL19. Misses' 82 Russia Calf Lace Shoes, only $LC9. THOUSANDS OP OTHER SPECIAL VALUES DURING THIS GREAT SALE AT BANKRUPT PRil THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET. B'tiiltobQr number, as ire bare no branch CHAPWAH IS RETICENT. He Will Probably Be a Co-defendant with Edwards end Schriyer, E. B, Chapman, the 2?ew York broker and member of the firm of Moore & Schley, who was before Senator Gray's sugar trust Inves tigating committee Saturday, was at the Capitol to-day, but did not again gd before the committ...

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