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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 September 1894

8 THE WASmTGrTCXN TIMES, STJISTDAT, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894. TA K A Httle time; look all over town, thon come and thoroughly inspect our new fall Etoek of Oiothes, Hats, and Fur nishings for Men and Boys, and you'll know what a complete Uno of fashionable, reliable, up-to-dato gar ments we have. A bigger line than any two store combined, and every garment the first pick from only the best makers. "When you get roady for year fall Euit let ub supply it. There is no doubt it will bo satisfac tory, for wo'il BUY IT back at the prioe yea paid for it if it isn't. Pall suits and Overcoats from S10 to $35, and w e defy any one to equal our qualities at the same prioes. Robinson, Gheru Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. LHNSBUROH & BRO. TO-MORROW'S SPECIALS. i CASE HEAVY COTTON CREPE MORETTS, Fall styles, entirely new, dress, and very serviceable. Worth 25c Yard, For I2c Yard. 27-iach All-wool Homespua Skiriiag, alternate 1-4 and 1-2 iach stripes of Ked and Black; also s...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 September 1894

WASHINGTON JL HJzi "VOIj.I. 20. 1S3. WASHmGrTOj, D. C, MONDAY MOENINa, SEPTEMBER 17, 1894. ONE CENT. NONE DO BIM REVERENCE AH of Breckinridge's Supporters Don ning Owens Badges. SILENCE OF THE SILVER TONGUE Absolute Refusal of the Defeated Candidate to Say a Word Bishop Duncan Thanks Qod That Bad Men "Who Aspired to Office Havo Been Pat Down. LrxrN-aTox.Ey., Sept 16. The victors seek to possess the entire field; the vanquished nc ctt defeat manfully. This conclusion is u-ufled by outside appearances hare, which began xo manifest themselves early this morn ing. On notable indication was the doffing of Br kinridge badges and donning Owens Is. 'ges by the most ardent young bloods who s r.. d Breckinridge throughout the cam - w:th ta4r money and their personal ; ;. Thefce aieti say that they wont to jn yesterday believing that overy voter -t nmaries was morally bound to sup port IK' nominee. Now that their favorite, . r wiiumtfcey fought so valiantly, seems to La- e suffered defeat they...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIM.ES, MO N DAT, SEPTEMBER IT, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Dat k the Ykie) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Southwist Corker TEi.m.xxvu. Avemje and Tenth Stbect. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SB. Business Office, 337. J rice. Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throe Cents. By the month ..ThIrty-flve Cents. WASHTNGTON.D. C, SEPTEMBER 17, 1S04. A Growing Circulation Is wliat tlie adver tiser wants. The circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in The Times Brings Results. I An Indorsement to lie Proud Of. "WABHn.GTo, D. C, September 12, 1881. Mb. A. IIaueige Low, Business Manager ol The "WabhkvGtov Times. Dear Sib: I take pleasure In Informing you that at the last meeting, of this Federation our members wore requested to carefully read the advertising columns of The Tijieb every day and to patronise as much as possible those merchants and others whose advertisements appear in The Tiaras. Our ...

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

THE WASUXN'G-TOIS' TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1S94. 8 The Correct Way To make your reduced Income cover the same ground as formerly is by purchasing your Shoes at "THE WARREN." HERE WE GIVE YOU Ladies' JaJOShees for 8185 Ladies S3.M Shoes for "65 Ladled $4.09 S)oee for 8.03 Ladies' )"5.9 Shoes for 8i50 AND Men's 9&M Russia Oalf Bluohere for $2.15; aoriy all slaes, from Nos. 0 to II. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, PERSONAL. - EN TENXIAL COUNCIL, SONS OFJONADAB, V beneficial, total abetinence, meets every S W IK MAY K'EMNG. Elks' Hall, oonier Pa. n r- aud at Entrance fee. 91; duet,, $S per -trier, benefits. $5 per week when sick aud J80 uj.un death of a member. D. F. BROWN. Ilea R Wonderful Woman. Dr. Jane H.Irving, 616 FIFTH ST. N. W., HAS THE POWER OF ANY TWO MEDIUMS YOT UtR MET. THE GliFVlIM' -Ei ol)-SIGHT SEER AND li'lJrCAMEB Ol CuMINt. EVEN IS. Tics' res '' affections. Bi ings the teparated toge'lier Makes bjdy and happy marriage h ith 'lie one you love ...

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

4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MON-DATT, SEPTE3IBER 17, 1894. i rv i A little time; look all over town, then come and thoroughVyinspect our new fall stook of Clothes, Hats, and Fur nishings for Men and Boys, and youl know what n oomploto line of fashioBGMe, reliable, up-to-dato gar ments we hare. A Trigger line than any two stores ootabfned, and every garment the first pick from only the boat makers. "When you get ready for your fall suit let us supply It. There is no doubt it will bo satisfac tory, for we'll BUS IT baok at the price you paid for it if it isn't. Pnll suits and Overcoats from S10 to SS5, and wo defy any one to equal our qualities at the same prices. Robinson, Cherub Co,, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. EXCELLENT FITTING WRAPPERS ONLY SI.25. The above represents an excellent fitting Wrap per, tea-gown effect, made of best Percale, striped and checked, in all the new shades, including Black and Red, Old Gold and Blue, and other pretty combinations. Square j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 September 1894

THE WASHINGT 11 wl H Bi flL l-t si o M s 7y 22 VOL.1. 20. 1S4. WASm3STGT03Srs D. C, TUESDAY MOE2JTIUGI-, SEPTEMBER, 18, 1891. OXE CENT. Two More Are Believed to Be in the Factory Ruins, FOUR FEN ARE MISSING Three Injured Mattress Makers Are in the Emergency Hospital. Great DifHenlty Experienced m Identifying the Dead, as the Bodies Were Tearfully Charred and Mangled Tiro More Dis astrous Than "Was First Believed Torri fcle Leaps for Life of the Imprisoned Ken Falling "Walls Buried Those Who Could 3fot Escape Other Buildings Were Crushed hy the Avalanches of Bricks and Beams Ghastly Scenes Attending the Work s-f Excavation lossos Will Beach One Hundred Thousand Dollars. Five dosd bodies, two unrecognizable, f t.r riereons iniasiag, and three injured, is tLo earn total of the human lose, and injury c ..stained yesterday in the burning of Stumph A Ero. s mattress factory on Massachusetts renuc near Seveath street northwest Ihe fire turned out to be more disastrous tan was at first expe...

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

THE WASnLNGKTCXN TIMES, TTJES DAT, SEPTEMBER 18, 1S94. il The Washington Times fKv-HRT Day in the Teak) OWXKD AND ISSUED BT Tbe Washington Times Company TOUfiS BUILDING, SOUTHWIISC OOKVKK FKNNSTI.VANU AVEKUZ AXD Tkkth snwBT. Totepboue KdliorUl Rooms, 450. 1 lice, Hatty Bdltidn .One Cent Sunday Kdittoa Three Centa. By UhxbohU Thirty-live Cents. WASHCCGTOX.D. C, SEPTEMBE-R 18, 1S91. A Growing Circulation Is wliat tlie adver tiser wants. The circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in ihe iimes ss Brings Results. An Indorsement to He Proud Of. WAauKOTOK, D. C, September 12, ISM. Mr. a. Maokice Low, Business Manager of The Wamuswtok Times. Peas Si: I take pleasure in informing you that Hi tbe kttt meetiuK of Ibis Federation our members were requested to carefully rend the Advertising columns of Ths Times every day and to patronise as inueh as possible those merchants nod others whose advertisements appear in The Tiicre. Our members were also reque...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. 3 The Correct Way To make your reduced incomo coTor tho same ground as formerly is toy purchasing your Shoos nt "THE WARREN." HERE WE GIVE10U Ladies 00 Sbocs for. - !US5 I adtoe' SS.SQ Shops for 2C5 Ladles' ?4 08 Shoos for 3 00 Ladles' ik.B8 Shoes for 850 AND Men's S6.W Russia Oalf Bluohersior J2.15, nearly att eiaes, from Nob. 5 to II THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, PERSONAL QJuV AND THIMv A MOMENT YOU WITH 1 unled ow Know Hint you oan get a flrst tl.sstuit or owroost, rfieUU worn, for about cno-half jou wou d ltaj for them n investi gate. J I TM S OLD Si A(SD, 1 D M. uv. selO-lf ,r centennial council, mins ofjonadab, V. 1 menial loud absthicm. meets Miry SA"lli.IA EVKMJ.G Ellis Hall, corner Pa. rc and ti M Ktitrame fe ft. duns. ?2 per ;t ir t r IHiltt. 85 por wek whin nick and M0 vj in death of a insmbw I) I BROWN 1 oc. fcec telG-Tt f 1 L' THING TO OKDEK ON CREDP1 (.EM LE V ii en s fne clothing made to order on ...

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

THE WASHESTGrTOK TOIES, TUESDAY, 5EFTE3DBEB 18, 1894. MANY men -who havo heretofore paid four or flvo dollars for tbo very SAME QUALITY DERBY HATS that "WE sell at 3, don't need to do so any mora, for thore's no chargo HERE of a dollar or two for Mr. Danlop, Knox, Yonmans, or anyone else's name in the crown. We put oar own namo there, and charge ONLY for the QUAL ITY of tho HAT. All the newest shapes in every leading block. Other Derbys as low as $1.50, and good ones, too. Hero's two special values in fall weight Underwear. Men's full-fashioned TThlte Merino at 50c per garment and natural color Llama 'Wool at 75c All sizes in both qualities. Robinson, GIibfu Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. World's Records and Highest Honors. The Only Bicycle Holding Them. No Other Machine is Made with Drop Forgings. Ride the Best. Always in the Lead. The Universal Favorites. Illustrated catalogue mailed free. JOHN P. LOVELL ARMS GO,, Dealers in Bicycles. Tricyles, VeWcipedes,...

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

TIME THE WA WASBCEtfGrTOiJSr, B. C, WEDNESDAY MOBISTISTG-, SEPTEMBER 19, 1894. OXE CENT. "VOIi.l. S"0. 1S5. SHINGTON ANOTHER BODY RECOVERED Three Are Kow Supposed to Be in the Stumph Faetory Ruins. INJURED MEN ARE DOING ELL Tho "Work on the Bains Interrupted by the Bain, but Considerable ProgresB "Was Made A Revolver Pound Beside the Body of Eeitzell Identified by Teeth. Another body has been found in the ruins of the Stumph A, Bro. mattress factory, mnk ing the total number of dead eix and three BtLl missing, two of "whom are supposed to be the unidentified bodies in the morgue. It -was fi:80 o'clock jesterday afternoon when the filth body -was discovered andcar riea t i the morgue, whoro itTras identified as the remains of Robert Beitzell, of No. 630 E street southwest. The complete list of dead is James E. Vaughn, white, married, aged tLirty-six, clerk. W. P. Tennyson, white, widower, aged fifty five, mattress maker. VTillie Ashe, white, aged fifteen, mattresB maker's helper. E b...

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

2 TIJJD WASHINGTON TIM.ES, WEDNESDAY", SEPTJiJMJi 1CK li, 1SJ4. ThB Washington Times (ErTBTDJLY THE TEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Southwest corkkk rcvvsTiXANiA Avenue d Trkth Struct. Telephone Editorial Beams, 4S&, llusinose Office, 887. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throe Cents. By the month ThJrty-flve Cents. WASHLNGTON.D. CM SEPTEMBER 19, 18L A Growing Circulation Is what tlie adver tiser wants. The circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in The Times Brings Results.- An Indorsement to Be Proud Of. Washotoi., D. C, Septemhor 12, 1884. Mn. A. Maurice Low, Business Manager of The "WARHisaTON Times. Dear Sir: I take ploasure in Informing you that at the last melius of this Federation our members were requested to carefully read the adTerttelHB columns of The Times every day and to patronize as much as possible those merchants and others whose advertisements appear in The Times. Our m...

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

THE WASHIjST&TON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1S9. The Correct Way To maVe your reduced Income coTor tbo same ground as formerly Is by purchasing your Shoes at "THE WARREN." HEKE WE GIVE YOU Ladies' fS 08 Shoes for 2-35 Ladies' 6 69 Shoes fer 2.65 Ladies' $4.00 Shoes for 8.00 Lndios $5.80 Shoes for. 3.50 AND Men's S5.W Keea Calf Bluchers for f ; 15; nearly all ekes, from Nos. 5 to 11. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, AND LEARN SOMETHING. We s 11 everything known to modern LuekeeplnB on Credit at cash ; n-e- e make and lay every yard if -arjet abbohitely f. en of cost no La'-pe for wattle in matching figures o furniture dealer in this city has ever done or ever will do as much. Vj an buy here on credit without fcig2.ee a note or paying any Interest G'JR KIND OF IS FREE. Our new fall stock Is here five big, d"iill- floors full of it. Your credit Is go.l if you've got a little money r ut away den't toweh it. A promise t i pay Will buy everything yo need, r iy u...

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

THE WASBXN-GTOiN TIMES, WEPKESDATT, SEPTEMBER 19, 1894. F Your business takes you out doors you need a Mackintosh. Get one of ours. Then you will be Independent of tho Treatber. No matter how hard it rains It will keep you dry from head to foot, and looks dressy, too, for they are fashiona bly cut and will FIT perfectly All styles, shapes, and colors, in every quality worth having are HERE. Stop in to-day and lot us fit you with one. You'll nevor regret it "We have a specially good close roll ing umbrella at 2.50. It is of union tllk, with latest improved paragon frame and brass ferule; was mado to our speoial order, and is fully cuaran teed. Robinson, GheruJ& Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Economical Light a c For Stores, Of fices, &c. a Hero is a gas lamp that a fit " burns the gas perfectly and y fl) produces n light stronger uud 2 V morobiilliant than electricity, 7 A and yet burns less gas than Q V tho old-style burner, therefore V n reducing yo...

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

'tSr'!St''''ev'i : THE WASH TIME TOL.l. NO. 186. WASHINGTOK", D. C, THUBSDAY MOENING-, SEPTEMBER 20, 1SJH. OXE CENT. Wi-a&'rsfZZ &?yt&&frT3E T "NT ( T1 fll "X" CORONER'S JDRY YERDICT No Blame Attached to Any One for the Stumpli Factory Fire. LAST BODY HAS BEEN FOUND Discovered in the Southeast Corner of the Enins A Silver Watch lay Near It Ex pert Witnesses Testify that the Walls of the Building Were Much Too Thin. No one is responsible for tho death of seven men -who lost their lives in the Stumph fire. After sitting for five hours yesterday and hearing the testimony of officials, architects, contractors, builders, and the proprietors and employes of the factory as to the con struction of the building and the chances for escapes, the coroner's jury Drought in the fol lowing verdict: "Wo, the jury, find that W. M- Tennyson, James E. Vaughn, "William Ash, Henry Eow ler, Robert Beitzell, and Robert lteichman came to their death in premises Nos. GS1 to CL3 Massachusetts...

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

THE WASHING-TON TIMES. TIIUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 20, 1894. The Washington Times Every Dat in the Year) OWNED AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Sormnresr coiuiek PawrrtvAMA Atemie and Tbktm Stbbot. Telophase Editorial Rooms, 488. Bueiuees Office. SIT. liiccDaH Edition OneCent Sunday Xtitiien ......ThrooCent& JJy the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON,!). C, SEPTEMDER 20, 18SL A Growing Circulation Is what tlie adver tiser wants. The circulation of The Times is growing at the rate of about 300 a week. Advertising in The Times Brings Results. 8 An Indorsement to J5c Proud Of. WisHifcown., D. C, September 12, 1894. Jin. A. Madbice Low, Bastaess Manager of The Washdjotoj. Tikes. Deab Sib. I take pleasure in Informing you that at tbe last meeting of this Federation our members were requested to earetully read tbe alertisinjr ooletans of The Times every day and to patrontee aa much as possible those merchants and others whose advertisements aj jiear in Thk Timb6. ...

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

THE WASHTKraTOiSr TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1894. 8 The Correct Way To mate your reducod income cover the same eround as formerly la tor purchasing your Shoes at "THE WARREN." HERE WE GIVE YOU Ladles' $3.00 Shoes for -82.S5 Ladies' $3.50 Shoes for. 2,65 Ladles' $4.00 Shoes for SlOO Ladies' $5.00 Shoes for "8.50 AND Men's 85.00 Eussla Calf Bluchers lor $2.15; nearly all sizes, from Noa. 5 to THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, AND LEARN SOMETHING. t "We sell everything known to modern housekeeping on Credit at cash prices we make and lay every yard cf -arpet absolutely free of cost no charge for wasto in matching figures No furniture dealer in this city has ever done or over will do as much. Voucan buy here on credit without signing a note or paying anyinterest. OUR KIND OF IS FREE. Our new fall stock Is noro-rCve big, double floors full of it. Your credit is good if you've got a little money put away don't touch it A promise to pay will buy everything you need. P...

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

THE WASFXN'GTO!" TIMES, THTXESDAY, SEPTEiCBEB 20, 1894. nr9 High time you changed boadgear, for looks, If for nothing olso. You want to get rid of that straw. Tho fall stylo Derbys are all in. Stop in and look them over; eoo which is mirfJ Uecomlne to you. We show all tha XifiADIKtl blocks tho Dunlap, Knox, Youmnns,3IIller, etc. Give you same qualities as the agencies, but at SI. 00 to SL50 LESS money, because we only have OUB NA21E in the crown. Dorbys from SL50 to $4. Our 83 beats the world at that price. Pall Suits aDd Overcoats of every proper style, fabric, and oolor, and at proper prices. RoWnson, Ghent & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. sag&a&aBgBsgi UMBRELLAS FOR LADIES AND MEN. Wo know -whereof wo speak when we say ire have the largest Uneof I jubrellas uuu Lnra tu. , tiDuiub.-v.. . .... for themselves. MLK. 1 MUltEI.LAS smau rollers plain and mounted natural wood handles, 12.50. $3.50, $4. $5. and . The $3.50 grade has 8 ribs instead of 7...

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

wwwflfr 9tpi&'7'y t,'rS"7rnFgijSifm n" " ' THE WA TIME vol.1, asro. is 7. WASHX3GTOSr, D. C, FRIDAY MOlWrSTG-, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. 02TE GENT. r-FftgPf'i--i-r-rp- if GRIEF SHOOK HER REASON Mrs. AcKerman's Mind Unhinged by Her Husband's Dreadful Fate. IDENTITY OP BODIES IN DOUBT Pcwler and Vanghan'sEemains to Bo Interred To-day Affecting Ecene at the Qravo of Beitzell Stumph Brothers "Will Pay All rnnerel Expenses They Will Bebuild. "While the evidences of the Stumnh Brothers' mattress factory flro are disappearing, it will take a long time to heal the sorrow wrought in tbo famWosof ita victims and the rounds of the injured. Mtuoughtbe bodies of Philip Ackermnnand J?eiks n will probably be interred to-day, they taring been Identified to the batisfactlon of the ft am phs and Undertaker Cain and others, ti.ee will always exist a doubt in the minds of A ke -man's poor old -wife and eon-ln-law, W. W. H iter, as to -which of the bodies found in tho n.ns -was that of AcUerman. Sir. Henn...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. IfKlUAH, SJSJL'XJflMBEIt m, iaa. The Washington Times (BTBKTDAT IN THE YEAR) OWNED AXD ISSUED BX" The Tasliinflton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SOCTHWBBT CDtWER PBNNBYLYAMJl AVENUE AXD Tbnth arwsKT. Talejihono KdtorUI Rooats, 455. Bwdueoe Office. 887. 1 ! ire. Dotty KrfMofi .' One Cent. SutMtof-BattJon Throe Cents. i5f ttwoHBtt Thlrtr-flve Conts. WASHDKITOX.D. C, SEPTEMBER 21, 188L SiVS CRAIG & SAEDINQ, rnraitnro, Upholstery, and Carpets. 13th and F Sts. H. "V7., "Washington, D. C. & V Washington, D. C, Sept 20, 1894. THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, City. y, Qm&emen: We always believed that THE WASHINGTON TIMES was $ a gooA advertising median, and now ; wo ere absolntslr oonvinoed of it ', Tbit morning when we opened our doors we had 100 of the rockers to sell ') at $1.25, oa -which we are making a ? great drive and whioh wore exolu- eively a vet Used in this morning's TIKES. By 2 o'clock thiB afternoon there was not a single one of these v) chairs left in ...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. The Correct Way To make your reduced Income cover the same ground ns formerly Is by purchasing your Shoes at "THE WARREN." HERE WE GIVE YOU Ladles' $3.00 Shoes for $2.35 Ladles' 3.1)0 Shoes for 2.C5 Ladles' $4.00 Shoes for &00 Ladies' $5.00 Shoes for. 8.50 AND Men's 85.00 Russia Calf Bluchers for 2.15; nearly all sizes, from Noa. 5 to 11. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, AND LEARN SOMETHING. "We sell everything known to modern housekeeping on Credit nt cash prices we mako and lay everv yard of carpet absolutely fieeof cost no charge for waste m matching figures No furnituro dialer In this city has ever done or ever will do as much, "ioucan buy here on credit without signing a note or paying any interest. OUR KINO OF reai IS FREE. Our new fall stock is here five big, double floors full of it. Your credit is good if you've got a little money put away don't touch It. A promise to pay will bay everything you need. P...

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