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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1S94 "Will find here & large assortment of the Latest Designs In AUTUMN ui FALL SHOES, at prhscs below all others Her? is h few of them, vie.: 2 35 for Stows others will ctoargo J100. .. 5 for mm others will diarge .M. S 00 foe Shoes otbetb will charge 4.00. S 50 for Shoes others will chargo .). i FC. for Shoe otJMsre will charge 0.00. Also siw 1, 16. . ?& ?f J-adtef a Russia ' Calf Ox'ord. and fdb.,8i4i 8, and St of La dies ??80 Hb-MW DoBSpJa- ,, Common ixsnae Oxford for 86 CENTS. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, as -we have no branch etore FTJfANOIAL. THIS company collects rents, incomes, interest,dividends, invests money, una acts as gen eral financial asreut and ad- isc-r. American Security and Trust Co., 1405 G St. N. W; C J. BELL, President Two Good Ideas Ftrt, iut aside a certain iortion ofour arnJnp6 each mouth. ThHi dixjsit these amounts at 4 per cent Interest with The Union Savings Bank...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TOEES, SATTJBDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. To-day Ib your last chance to got a now Q. A. R. Uniform lor the Pittsburg encamp ment. There's a complete line of them HERE. Suits at $10, 612, $15 that are right la Btyle, quality, and fit. Hats complete with cord and wreath, from $1-00 up. Best quality military "White QloTes, 25a per pair. Thel30YSv and CHILDREN'S SUITS are also ready. Every proper Btyle in every reliable fabric. Cut right, made right, trill lit right, and marked at the right prices. HATS, too, a big variety of new shapes at MUCH IiESS than hat ttore prices. Derbys from SLO0 up. Other fur and cloth hats from 75o up. All good ones, too. Robinson, GhBru Go., Clothes, Hats, "Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. tt THE NEWEST TYPES, The best Presses, professional type setters and brains all tend to put us In the lead of the printing profession. Prices right? Of cocese. Quick Work a Specialty. McOILL & WALLACE, Printers, 1107 E Street Northwest. 4 4 I 6. I i k i 4...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES "VOIi-l. ISO. 175. WASHESTGtTQjS, I. C, SUNDAY MOULIN Gr, SEPTEMBER 9, 1894. THREE CEXTS. MARCHING ON PITTSBURG Potomac Department of the G. A. K. Going to the Encampment. BIG ATTENDANCE OF VETERANS They Are Absolutely TJninitrnoted as to the Selection of any National Officers Upon All Issnes the Department "Will Cast a Divided Ballot Kostor of Those Who Qo. Potomno Department, ol the Grand Army of the Republic, fully equipped for a rapid "inarch," will to-day transfer its headquar ters from "Washington to Pittsburg, not in recognition of a call to arms, nor in response to "war's alarums," but in deference to duty's demands, nevertheless. The members will participate in the labors of a great logislntho bodj and assist in the deliberations required of the problems incident to the conduct of the lusinoss of the order to which they owe an allegiance second only to that paid in tholr fresher manhood to the cause in which the perpetuity of "Old Glory" was fnolvod. Th...

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

THE WASBXNGTOiN TIMES, SUN DAT, SEPTEMBER f. 1SD4. uMW LIKE MERE TYROS Both Teams Were Weak in the Field, but Cincinnati Won. HADDOCK HIT WHEN NEEDED Senators Lost the First Game on Their Final Western Trip Through Poor Pitching and Very Bad Fielding: Shiebeck and Abbey Helped tho Ohioans to Their Victory. Results of Yesterday's Gaines. Boston, 8; Chicago, l. Brookltn, 6; St. Louis, 1. baltimore, 6; louisviu.e, 3. PrrxeBtmo, 13: Philadelphia, 7. Cmassixi. H; Washington, 9. Cleveland-New York (rain). The Championship Record. W. L I'rt-I W. L. Tot. Baltimore,. 76 S6 .C79 rittsburg .. 55 53 .4f7 yew York.. 75 40 .052 Chicago.... 60 64 .Vft Boston.. ... 74 40 .649 Cincinnati.. 49 67 .422 Phila'phla.. 6G 45 .579 St. Louts. .. 4G CS .401 Cleveland.. 62 M .549 tVaati'ton... 41 73 .3fi0 Brooklyn... 65 63 ,516 Louisville.. 88 81 .283 SENATORS LOST THE GAME. First of the Western Contests Went to Comlskev's Lively Chaps. Cincinnati, Sept. 8. The Beds batted out the viotory iu the sixth after t...

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

THE WASHmGTOISr TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1894. CHARGES WILL NEVER END Policemen Hayhurst and Coffin Ac cused of Serious Offenses. MADE BY A SPECIAL OFFICER Allegations of Glaring Interference -with the P-oper Administration of the Law One of Them Said to E&ve Cemmitted an Assault - Comm.ssieners Investigating. bpt-ial roiifeowa Henry S. Davis, living at 70s juridH voe Borthwaet, has handed ta Con.-ni.ssione-' TriH-sdett citnrgesof more ttan uual serfcMMi--- nd "gravity against To j'' n.-n Octavio 1L Ilsylmr-t and Oliver C IT a f the Second pree-iH-t. These charges, wl !i Mr. Tra--rfsll. so Davis hivb, hae r . .seJ to investigate, involve allegations c. t o n t glaring Interfrunce with t)e jrjjtr uiiuiiiistnttiott of law on the part of 1 i'i . ilWrs. and the case of Hayhurst w.'jj .ude -nt assault also. I uis hareshat "on or about tho th of ZJr 1- -, a warrant whs sworn out by U cry s. Paws for the arrest of John Moten 5c r ..sa It Officers Coltin and Hayiiurst in f.ri. 1 V. ....

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

THE TVASHmOTOiN" TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9. 1894. he Washington Times fETEKT DAT IX THE YXAB) OWNTD AXD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDECG, SOUTHWEST COKhTIR rEhNSTLYAVIA Atemh: and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 456. Business Offlco, 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month..... Thirty-Are Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 9, 1891. gaVS Start Fall Trade By advertising in The Times. The Times is takeji in families and is a favorite with ladies, who ai'e the great advertisement readers. Reach the homes of the Distnct through The Times, the family and local & paper of Washington. &$&?$$&$&&&tt THE HOME ETJLE QUESTION AGAIN. It is to bo hoped that tbo Presidont will not again make the mistake which is now repre sented in the person of Recorder of Deeds C. H. J. Taylor, and appoint a city postmaster who is not identified with the District by long previous residence therein. The opposition to R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1894. CHDRCHES OF WASHINGTON The Foundry Methodist Episcopal and the Work It Has Dohc ITS INFLUENCE AND ITS WEALTH The Metropolitan Baptiit Churoh the Out growth of a Sunday-school on Capitol Hill The Strangles of the Organization and the Means Used to Eaise fundi. The Tijies publishes to-day the history of two of the Interesting churches of tho city. One the oldest and wealthiest in its denomi nationone ot the leading bodies of tho northwest, the other a young, butacthe church of the northeast; not very rloh in this world's goods, but full of determination to erect some day soon one of the finest church buildings in the city. The Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church, the mother of all Methodist churches of this olty, is known all over the country. The Metropolitan Baptist Church, the second of that denomination built In tho eastern part of the citv, is almost as well known from its struggles to raise funds with which to erect a taborna Jo ft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 September 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. STJJM DAT, SEPTEMBER 9, 1894. pJFLAHMINAHOPJOINT je Bistinguisrieu Indiana Editor Has a Chicago Experience. HE ALSO CALLS ON THE MAYOR These Dens, Says Flamm, Should Be Pat as Far Away from China as Possible, and He Suggests the Homo Tops as About the Proper Places. "Have you ever Been a hop joint?" asked Gus as he approached tis to-day. As a rule we always say "Yes" to such ques tions, as we do not wish to be understood as at all new; but Gus knows us and there is little use of trying our abilities on him. 80 we said "No," and he offered to show us one. It was altogether too early when he came in, po we consumed the afternoon and some corn beef and cabbage, which occupied the time till alter dark, Wo then 6tarted south on ono of the busy etrects, and had not gon far bo fore a gentleman standing In front of bis 6tore asked us if we didn't need a pair of trousers. We looked at him and he caught us by the arm and Insisted that he had some bargains. We glnrod at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 September 1894

THE WASHUNfcrTUJN TIMES, STTN DAY, SEPTEjMBEB 9. 1894. 'he Lady " ill f iid here a large assortment of tho Latest Designs In AIT MN aud FALL SHOES, at, prices below aacTlrc-s. Her Is a few of thewi, u: - j i Z for Shoes others will chaise $MW. . for Sboes others will charge 80. - f r boert others will charge 4.00 0 for Shoes other til charge fi 00 4 s for Shoes otbeifc will charge p 00 Also e'zes 1,3A and 84 f Ladies' $2 Russia Cnfx Ms and stews , 244. . andSl of La dies f T0 Hand-turn Dongola. Cor. tiuu boUeo Oxfords for 88 CENTS. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, TeT ember number, as we havo no branch atcre SPECIAL NOTICE. TN H' .1 HANCE WITH A KBsOLVTIOX OK rnvmB Bookbloderb' sotfety of tho 2 j t lumbia, wo hereby fewni thanks to J w ussiswd Hsiu our jireparatitnis for tbo erf ri ' f Labor Day K. J Roche, Cbair xcs.' i ..war i I Flynn, John Xasterbon, 1L F A r Course "Wright, 1 C. Ringgold. -c v. t p ) MM M I r MAY CONCERN THE riRM OP j ? ci and G X Steel, doing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 September 1894

8 THE TTASHJnSTG-TON TIMES, STHSTDAX, SEPTJEniBEB 9, 1894. CONCERNS OF THE DISTRICT GOLD BA ND We Have Slnde so many changes that you'd hardly know the storo. Have added another department HATS and en larged and improved tho others, put iu new cases, shelving, and mirrors, and have left nothing undone which would conduce to your comfort and conven ience or facilitate business, and, wnat is more to tho point, EVERY DEPART MENT is FILLED with tho RICHEST. FINEST, and most FASHIONABLE goods made for men's wear Dress and Business Suits, Light and Heavy Ovor coats, Prince Albert and Cutaway Coats and Tests, separate Trousers, Boys and Children's Clothing, Silk, Derby, and Soft Hats, and Furnishings of every de scription, all at prices never boforo heard of for such hlch-class articles. Come In at your lelsuro and see tho now fall styles in Clothes, Hats, and Furnish ings for Men and Boys. Robinson, GhBru & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Owning a Part of the E...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES 3 TOL.l HO. 176. WASHINGTON, B. C, MONDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 10, 1894. ONE CENT. TO THE GREAT ENCAMPMENT Department of tlie Washington Con tingent of the Grand Army. TWO TRAINS CONVEYED THEM Lively Scenes at the Baltimore and Ohio Depot Mount Pleasant Drum Corps Boys Happy with the Old Guard looting For ward to a Good Time. The Department of the Potomao, G. A. E,, got safely off to Pittsburg on time yesterday morning. The Baltimore and Ohio depot, at the cor ner of New Jersey avenue and C street north west, presented a lively scone when all those interested in the exodus assembled at the ren deTTous. Each outgoing official and com rade and all others booked for tho excursion was attended by a friend or two, and tho crowd thus congregated filled waiting rooms, j-,atform and entrancos and overflowed to other available space in the streets and on tho sidewalks, giving to tho depot a hohdey ap pearance that was deoidedly In contrast with with its ordinary aspect. C...

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

2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1894. ThB Washington Times CEnsr DlY IK THX YK1B) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Southwest Cokkt.b Tj:knstltjikia Avekuk and TKhTn Street. Telephone Editorial Jtooms, 455. Builnees Offlce, 237. Trice, Dully Edition OnoCent Sunday Edition .......Three Centa By the month ..Thirty-rive Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 9, 189L Start Fall Trade By advertising in The Times. The Times is taken in families and is a favorite with ladies who are the great advertisement readers. Reach tlie homes of the District through The Times the family and local paper of Washington. THE SWEATING SYSTEM. The successful revolt of the gnrment "work ers of New York against the "task" system brings once more into prominence tne evils against which they protested. Formerly the "task" was a certain number ol pieces, usually seven, which could be completed in three days of about twelve hours each. The aver age earning was about six d...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1894. The Lady Will And bore a large assortment of the Latest Designs In ArmiS aud FALL SHOES, at prices below all others. Here is a few at them, viz.: 82. 85 for Slices others will charge $100. i fir for Shoes others will charge 8.60. & 00 f or Shoes etb ors will charge 4.00. S SO for Shoes others will charge E.00. 4. R5 for Shoes others will charge 0.00. Also bIsob 1, lMi. 2 and M ot Lafltes' $2 Russia Calf Oxfords, and sizes, 2, SW, 8, and S of La- aies $2.50 Haiid-tura Dougola. Common Sense Oxfords for 89 CENTS. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,. GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, as wo bare no branch store. FUNERAL PRICES REDUCED. S. H. HINES. ' "TndertaVer and Embalmer, Slain Office, 2203 an J 220" r ourteentb street northwest Branch TsEf-e )10 FouMiud-a-bnlf street southwest. Iweiity -vears experience in th busuiols, and Tt-f Ibis work guarantued. Arrangements can Le made w Kb us for funerals in any part of the t ulted States. No...

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

THE "WASHING-TON TIMES. MONDAT, SEPTEMBER 10. 1894. We Have Made to -many changes tbat you'd hardly know the store. Have ndded another department HATS and en larged and improrod the others, put in new cases, shelving, and mirrors, and hare left nothing undone which would conduce to your comfort and conven ience or facilitate business, and, what is more to the point, EVERY DEPART MENT is FILLED with the RICHEST, FINEST, and most FASHIONABLE goods made lor men's wear Dross and Business Suits, Light and Heavy Over coats, Prince Albert and Cutaway Coats end Tests, separate Trousers, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Silk, Derby, and Soft HaU, and Furnishings of every de scription, all at prioes never before heard of for such high-class articles. Come in at your leisure and see the new fall styles in Clothes, Hats, and Furnish ings for Men and Boys. Robinson, GhBru Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Owning a Part of the Earth Located on Ea6t Washington Heights Trould be...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIME VOIi.l. TO. 177. WASHINGTON, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. ONE CENT. REFUSES TO EAT OR TALK Pathetic Story of Miss Guliclraa Breed, Daughter of the Late Dr. Breed. FOUND BEHIND BARRED DOORS Since Her Father's Death in August last She Has Bees Inconsolable Judge Oox Sends a Deputy Marshal and Physicians to Examine Her They Had to Brealc In, Principal Bernard T. Janney, of the George town publio schools, yesterday morning ap plied to Judge Cox for an investigation which will send to the asylum his cousin, Guliclma E. Breed, daugter of the lato Dr. Daniel Breed, of Mount Pleasnnt, for thirty-five years connected with the Patent Office as an examiner, and later ns n successful solicitor of patents. His daughter was a Echoolmato of Nelly Grant, and was for ten years a belle in "Washington society. Mr. Janney in his application recited the fa"is that Dr. Breed had died on August 17, leaving all his property in his nephew's control for the benefit of his af...

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

2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1894. The Washington Times EVEKY DAT 1I THE TZ1.K) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Waslrinrjton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SOUTHWBSr COKNTtK rKNN'STLVAMA AVJUJS AND Tenth SntEBi. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 456. ttustnoes Onion. 337. Irice.BsHy Baitlon One Cent .Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho month Thlrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON.D. C, SEPTEMBER 10. 1801. - - tart iall Trade By advertising hi The Times. The Times is taken in families and is a favorite with ladies who are the great advertisement readers. Reach the homes of the Distnct through The Tunes, the family and local paper of Washington. NEAELY A DUAL DISASTER. Washington bud a narrow escape from double catastrophe yesterday. Not only was another Tord's Theater disaster threatened iu the sinking of the old Palais Royal build ing, but the danger teas oomplicatod by the absence of Hie Are department on the river front in response to a general alarm. It is frightful to even contemplate t...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TTJESDAT, SEPTEMBEB. 11. 18f)4. The Lady Who Shops WU1 find hora a large assortment of tho Latest Designs In AVTOJN aud FALL SHOES, at prices below 11 otlicra, Hare 18 a few of theni, vie.: 2.515 for Shoes others will charge 13.00. v 66 for Shoe others " Hi charge 8.50. 8 00 for Shoes others will charge 4.00. S SO for Shoes others will charge 6.00. 4.S5 for Shoes others -will chargo li.00. Also sites 1. 1&. 2. and St of Ladles' $2 Russia Calf ox'ords, and sizes, 2. S, 3. and3$ of La dies' SiSO Hand-turn Dongola. wtWTO, lominon Sense Oxford for 69 CENTS. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, remember numbor, as wo have no branch Just Tel ou would like to l: re the payments aTanced weekly or monthly. Wo will grade the amounts i-o that you Will scarcely miss the money. YOUR PROMISE Buys all the Furniture and Carpets necessary to complete housekeeping. Our new lall block Is HERE six big double floors full, and we are going to soil every dollar's wo...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.i. :n"o. 178, WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 12, 1894. OSTE GENT. ROSS ASKED TO DISGORGE Sued by Men Whom He Promised to Fay $300,000 for $400. HE GOT MILLIONS FOR INDIANS The Ohoctaws Paid Him 15 Per Cent of $2,200,000 for Collecting Their Claim Against the Government His Partners Say He Has Deceived Them. It is not often that a man is "willing to pay $800,000 forthe use of 8400 for seven months, time. This Is what David M. Boss, of this city, promised Bobert W. Black and Harry Baon, of Oklahomn, so they assert in a suit filed here yesterday, because ho expected to get a creat deal more thnn that out of the Choctaw Indians, for whom ho wosjprosecut ing a claim against the government for 60V erai million dollars. The Choctaw Indians received on June 2, 1Rj3, S2.206.iJ87.50 from the "United Btates Treasury. On the next dny their treasurer paid to David M. Boss, formerly of Caddo, Ind. T., but now of Washington. 75,000 for Lis services in secu...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1894. The Washington Times (EVXBT DAT DJ THE TEAK OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TOMS BUILDING, SounnvEST cornbr TKsrNgn.VANiAAYDNwe and Tbnw Stmsbt. Telephone Bditorlal Iteems, 450. BusJueeOflkje.Mr. Price, Daily Bullion OneCont SumJaj-Edition Three Cents. By tk iwmtti. Thirty-five Cents. WASHLNGTON.D. a, SEPTEMBER 12 1S9L A Growing Circulation Is what tlie adver tiser wants. The circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. i Advertising in $ The Times 11 Brings Results. THE LYKCHUJQ COMMITTEE. The presence in this ooontry of the English committee to Investigate lyncaingc in South ern Htates fe little lew timu aa international insult and It is -well that these geif-coastituted critics are from a very small class of our for eign oouates. England is celebrated in fcis t .ry and flotkm as the habitat of many worthies who draw large incomes and wbote 1 iyyd mas too old to excite expenditures for su...

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

THE WASHrNGTON TIMES, "WEMSTES DAT, SEPTEMBER IS, 1994. The Lady Who Shops W III find bore a large assortment of th Latest Designs In AUTUMN aud FALL SHOES, at pricofl below all others. Hero is a few of theui, viz.: $2 S5 for Shoes oihtirs will charge 500. -' for Shoes others wil charge 3.NI 8 00 for Shoes others -will charge 4.00. 8 50 for Shoes oiiiera will charge COO.-' 4 h5 for Shoes others will charge 0.00. Alt sie 1, JJ. S. and 8J of Ladles' fSlluesla Calf ox ords. aud slee. 2. 4, 3, andSof la dies $2 DO Hand-turn DonROln. . Common boat Oxfords for 0B CENTS. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, as we hare no branch. store. Us How 1 ou would like to have the payments arranged -weekly or monthly. We wal gtade the amounts so that you v ih scarcely miss the money. YOUR PROMISE Buys all the Furniture and Carpets necessary to complete housekeeping. Our new fall Hock is HERE six big double floors full, and we are going to sell every dollar's worth of it...

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