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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER, 30. 1S94. ThB Washington Tim68 ffiVZKT 3) AT Sk THE TE ATO OWSED AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDO'D. boctettzst cokntr pnbtltiatx atjtjfce xsd Tenth Stbkkt. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 413. Business Office. S37. Price, Dully Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Conta By the month Thlrty-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON,. C, SEPTEMBER 29, 1S9L WITNESSIUa TOE CHRIST. By tho pastor ol the Central Slothodlst Protest ant Church. Christ does not so much want logicians and defenders as witnesses. During the interim between his resurrection and asconsion Ho said to His disciples, "Thus it is written and thus it behooved Christ to suffer and to rise from tho dead tho third day, and that repent ance and remission of sins should bo preached iD His name among all nations, be ginning at Jerusalem. And yo are witnesses of these things." In tho first and taird chapt ers of tho Acts, the Apostles are reminded that they are witnesses. How faithfu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. STTN'DAT, SEPTEMBER 30, 1894. You Can't Do Better $&&&&V&ttVttV& (it) ' pj. f4 J" Jh By Yourself Than to bity your provisions from THE EM RICH BEEF CO.'S MARKET STORES. We "back up everything we sell by our guaran tee. If a purchase isn't satisfactory, we'll do the right thing every time, for our remarkable success rests on honest dealing. Here's another big list of great values for this week. Mail, bring or telephone (347) your or ders; the3'll be properly filled and promptly delivered. 5 pounds of Steak, Z.OC 2 pounds of Sirloin Steak OE-jp 2 pounds of Lamb Chops Q K - Prime Bib Roast, per I Or pound yw Hind quarter of lamb, per n pound. .' ,u Sugar-eurod Smoked Hams, Ar pound I'U Sugnr-ourod smoked Shoul- Ql ders, pouad C?ol 3 pounds of Good Lard, Qgp Kmrioh's "Clover Cream ery." E" prints and "Coun try BoHs," equal to the bast QDr butter 25c and Ww 3 jMHJuds of Vienna Sau- QCn sage or Bologna for. -too 6 STew Mackerel,...; iOC MAIN M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1894. &: BABBI BTBEJT. CHURCHES OF WASHINGTON The History of the Eiflhth Street Syn agogue and Its Congregation. NEW BUILDING CONTEMPLATED Jewish Societies All Through the City Will Help to Swell the Fund The Ohuroh of Oar Father and the Work of the Univer salists in the National CapitaL The Washington Synagogue, on Eighth street, between H and I northwest, is the oldest Hebrew congregation in the District In 1649 a small number of tho early Jewish settlers founded tho congregation, which now numbers 290 heads of families and includes about 1.000 souls. The churcii was chartered in 1855 by the Congrese of which the late Gen. Banks was Speaker, and the congregation wor&hipod in a building on Tourtli street, near E, for a number of years. The organisation grew elowly, and it was not till 1663 that tlie pres ent building was purchased from the First Congregational Church. Previous to this purchase it had been used as a hospital. The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

THE WASHTNGTOir TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1S34. AIONG SECRET SOCIETIES Sonil Hatters of Interest to Brethren J lio Meet on the Quiet VTORR DONE BY GRAND LODGES The Wonderful Growth of Oad-Ytllowsalp In the Past Year Progress of the Good Templars In the District During the Last Quarter Notes from Other Orders. , The meeting of the Sovereign GrandXodgo, I 0. 0. F., at Chattanooga last -woeklinmghr. out some facts of interest to all fraternal organizations. The net gain in membership ot lodges was 82,897 and encampments 3,518. The net gain in membership in tho Balkan degree whs, brothers, 9,181; sisters, ,2,389; total, 21,573. Tho net gain in lodpes, 378. The total revenue ot the order diving the year was 8,511,001.52. Tho total Jelier dur ing the year was S,312,970.S9. Thj statistics of the order from 1830 to 1893showas follows: Total mior, c64,S7G,2C5.S2. TotU receipts, $1CR,05G.2!7.C5. The condition of tho order December 31, 1893, was ns follows: SovereignQrand Lodge. 1; independ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 September 1894

8 THE "tfASHXSTOTOK TIMES, SUXDAT, SEPTEMBER 30, 1594.. There s No excuse now for any man wear ing worn out or seedy garments when you can buy a well made, fashionable, reliable suit at $10, $12, and $15. Come in and see what good clothes we have at these prices--how stylish they are and how well they fit, and you'll agree with hundreds of others who have seen and bought them that their equal at these prices is not to be found in any other store in town. They are as superior to the average suits at these prices as an electric arc light is to a Kerosene lamp. Other suits in all qualities up to the finest that can be made. Robinson, Cherub Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Careful Shoe Purchasers Are making the FAMILY SHOE STORE their head quarters for Shoes this sea son. Our special fall lines are marvels of finished shoe making. More quality, more style, more careful finishing than you'll find in any shoes of their prices. See these: "La Belle" Shoes For ladies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 October 1894

bw.. JL JDL JC!J TOt.1. NO. 197. WASHXETGrTOiLSr, D. C, MONDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 1, 1894. oSn't. IRS. OLBERS DISAPPEARS Left Home Saturday Morning and Has Kot Been Heard from Since. CLOSE SEARCH AND NO CLEW Her Husband Distracted and Using Every Effort to Ascertain Her Whereabouts Doubts as to Her Sanity Sbo Kay Be Wtndering Around or Been Spirited Away. Another sensational feature has been added to t e airway celebrated Olbprg-Russell eon-f-ray case by the disappearaneo of Mrs. Z a i lara Olberg, the most important witness . sj priori ot Mm charge of forgery made e;;.'-! the breezy Maor Alexander A. -M. OJberg -wns last seen by her husband a' U 7 o'clock Saturday morning, when she re; unking ready to go to the Pension Offlee. t -v -he is employed. Tip to a late hour 2 . n.bt she liad not returned to her 1 - and there is no trace of her present v. -f-a'oute. Mr. Olberg, faithful and loyal i 1 s wife to the hut, is distracted on account :t , ra'-senoe, tad ttie rest of the family are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 October 1894

x -jQr- fC THE TrASOTNGTOls TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1894. The Wastiinaton Times fiSYEKY DAT IN TOE YCIK) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The aslrington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. bodthwbst cornr.e flcnnsyltania atentje and Trnth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S. Business Office, 817. Price, Dally Rditton Ono Cent StHMlay Bdltfon Throe Cents. By the month Thirty-nvo Conts. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 1, 188L The daily average number of papors sold and printed lay THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was Kostn-sok, Chrry & Co., Men's anh Boy's cumuKxs, COK. F AXB TWKJJTM SlK., N. W., WASHINGTON, 1). C.Sept 23, 1664. To the Washington Times, City: Gektlbmen We have been placing our ad' vertisement in your jtaper from, the first issue, and are, and have' hem, very well satisfied with the results we have obtained. We re fer with pleasure to an adoer Hut ment which appeared exclusive ly ib your paper on Wednesday, September 26, calling attention to a silk-lined black cheviot ov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 October 1894

THE WASHXN&TCm TIMES, MOIST DAY, OCTOBEU 1. 189. 3 iveo teaf. Everyday one ol our customers Is presented with a pair of shoes FREE Or COST. In addition we soil for $2.65 Shoeswalch will cost you .00 or $3.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3, (which used to sell for $2.50 to S-i.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE ROUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Live Well and I 2 Save Money J ' By Trading at the I 1 EMRICH 9 BEEF CO.'S J 9 MARKETS. 9 & Main Market and Grocery, f 1306-1312 32d St. 9 9 S057 M St. K. W. 21st and K Sts. N. W. V ft 2uth St & Pa ave ". W. Y 13tnSt.JcN.Y avcN.W. V a KJh and M Sts. N. W. 5th and I Sts. N.W. Q V d&Ind.ave.N.W. 17JSth X W. V A JTCGMthSt N.W. 4th and I Sts. N.W. A i I ling, Extracting EETH A specialty with us. Gunr- anteed absolutely painless Extracting with gass or with our solution Mte. This solu- tlon wlien rubbed on tlio gums -produces an entire insensibil- ity to pain, yet leaves the pa- tient full...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 October 1894

THE WASEOOsGTCXN- TIDIES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1894. I' Best $3 Derby in America is in "our hat department. Tahc your picK of any block you choose. The Heath, of London; Knox, Dunlap, Youman's, Miller, and the rest of them. They arc all HERB in the very same qualities as at the agencies, hut because they have only our name in the crown they are only $3, instead of $4 or $5. Bou't fail to see the extraordi nary values wc are offering in Fall Underwear. Especially good white merino, extra heavy, at 50c per garment, and natural gray llama wool at 75c. Other qualities up to $5 per garment. Robinson, Ghent & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. This is the Time to Buy Coaisand Wotd HI ARTHUR B. SMITH, COR. 4TH AND I STS. N. E . MASS. AVE. AND 1" STS. X. E. BRAycn A s CAYWOOD. Telophono J 077. 9TII AND K STS, N. W. Lowest Prices. Prompt Delivery. ocl-8m 6 if you Injure your watch 1 brlnj It to us and have it 1 Y repaired. We will charge V Q you S2 for keeping it in re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 October 1894

TIMES FTI" i a WASHINGTON D. C, TUESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 2, 1894. ONE CENT. "VOIL.l. 3STO. 19S. HOODWINKED PAPA ARIES His Daughter and Herbert Claude Married in Spite of the Major. HE PURSUED WITH A WARRANT He Had Vewad that They Should Never Harry They Procured a Lioouse and Hast ened to St. Patriot's Ohurch Ho Followed in Ht Haste Escaped the Back Way. There to a rdlesayiag tlmt the course of true love never does ruiK smooth. An example of t'ebimpJe troth of tils aphorism maybe I uudiu the vicissitudes which beset the j ath of Miss Cioely Armes, the charming daughter af Major George A- Amies, and Mr. II. riert Olaude, who were engaged, iu oppo se n to tne will of the lady's father, but uttj the full consent and approval of the vl oilier ad their friends. In his tad efforts yesterday to prevent the c. nsLmmatioa of the marriage Major Armes siure that he would kill the young man r Jthor than see him married to his daughter, and drove madly hither and thither about t wn in pursuit o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 October 1894

2 THEWASHTSTGrTOK TIMES, TUESDAY, CLQTOBER 2, 1894. Y. I. C. A. AMOAL MEETING Important Business Transacted and the Officers Re-elected. GOOD REPORTS SUBMITTED The XeeeesltyferXore Commodious Quarters Shown Splendid Work of the Various Committees Premising Outlook for the Year Jast Opened by the PalL That a new bolldtngis absolutely nooessary to meet the wants and supply adequate nc commodatiooetor the increasing membership of the Washington Y. 3L C. A. was estab lished bv tfcexeports of committees submitted at the association's annual meeting bold last evening. According to these reports oacb oommittee wouJd have been, able to do more and better work if more extensive quarters aad re source had been available. Especially was tins noticeable in the athletic departmeat. where several hundred regular attendants, at the gymnasium are eompelled to exercise in cramped quarters, whieh lack many of the modem appliances for the development of the muscles of the body. There is but one obsta ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 October 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1S94. WILL BAR PITER JACKSON H'zsimmeiis Korilv to Meet AH Com ers Ext ti INw rufttist. IV COKBETT LOSES BY DEFAULT Plenty of "Wiad Wsi at a Moating Be tween the laaky Aastralian and Mana ger Era4y Withettt Aay Befiaite Results Olympic Otai Ismw an TJHiisatnai. v iork, Oot, 1. Clap. Glory, with Bub I , jons, Arthur Lumley, and Charlie -, nut William Brady, James J. Corbeit's ' .-. to-day. Cat. Glory posted a $1,000 ; ' t r )r Ftestmoaons to flght Oorbett to a . -. h Lr the world's championship. Brady - it i another 1,000 and entered a counter 1. tiRe to Pftadmtaou6 on behalf of Steve u D-nnell, die AoetraMaa lighter traveling v; i i orbett. v i.l yon aover HtMimmoeB' money?" T . was ackad aftar a teai: aad heated z. nt. he ahoated. 4 V ill you cover O'DosseU'e moeey?" Fitx e - m ns vrae asked, aad heahoutd "No!" so I .. 1 that every one la the bull ii ag hoard 1 .. ou, Pitzshnmone. get the cbampion " ; H iMawltwUl you staad ready tb defend ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TI3IES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1894. ThB Washington Times ffiVEXT DXT IN TOE YE ARl OWNED AND ISSUED BY The vashinfjtoa Times Company TIMES BUILDING, 8tuthwbst coknbr rennbtltania atenui and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S8. Business Office, 887. rriee, DaHy BdlUen One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the raenth Thirty-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 2, 18BL .7, Tho daily avorago number of papers sold and printed by THE "WASHINGTON TIMES for tie month of September was A ItoBtNSOX, Chbrv & CO., Mux's anb Boys CumiiBiw. OOK F AX TWELFTH Sl., N. W ., WaSHUn-OTOK. D. C.Sept 2S, 1SW. To the Washington IHme. City: We have been placing our ad vertisement in jwr paper from the first iue, and are, and have been, very toeU fatisjifld with the rwwife we haw obtained. We re fer with ptoaenrc to an adverlise hW appeared kxclusive ix in your paper on Wednesday, September 26, catting attention lo a nWc-Uned black Cheviot overcoat at $15. We Itad at that time fhi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 October 1894

THE WASBDGSTTOnsr TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1S94:. HER MIND GAVE WAY, n a -vorydr one of our customers is 1 1 seated with a pair of shoes FREE t . OOST. In addition we set! for $2.65 Shoes wtaefc-wttloast you .09 or$8.K t Isewtoerw. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladiea Button Shoes, aUes 1 to , ( Inch DMi to sell for $8.80 to $4M), Only $1.50. THE WABBEN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, -J-S"3'PO3--3-"" -0 7 9 I llw I VI I lit. v 0 v V New York Avenue, Between Thir- A Y teectfc and Fourteenth Sts., V 9 is orri.RiNG v 9 Special Attractions J FURNITURE, CARPETS, J UPHOLSTERY X GOODS, ft o LACE CURTAINS, 9 f PORTIERES, ? 9 WALL PAPER, &c. ? Oar Stock Second to None. Our Prices Alwavs tho Lowest. Our Terms the Lasicst. I Call aad seena before placing your q Y order. "Whether yoa have all the CASH Y A or not we can please you. 0 $ 9 a JULIUS LANSBURGH a X FURNITURE AXD a CARPET COMPANY, J If You- Go & There's no good reason -rhv your bpose rttouM not he completely fur nte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 October 1894

'.THE WASHXN'GKPCXN' TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1894. vho change liy the calendar will want three things to-day. A LIGHT-WEIGHT OVEKCOAT, a KET HAT, and HEAVIER UXDERWEAK; all of which can he bpaght to the hest advantnflc HERE, because we have the largest stock, the newest fashions and the best values for the prices in America. Fall Overcoats that's right in STYLE, QUALITY and FIT from $10 to $35. Heavy uHdcrvvear from 50c. to $5 per garment. ' Men's Derby and soft Imts from $1.50 up. OUK $3 Derby is a world beater, the very same qualities that you'll pay $4 and $5 ia any hat store in town. Any skipc yon want. Dunlap, Knox, You mans, etc lkys1 ad Children's hats and caps in a big varictv of new shapes and stlcs. Dcrlivs, Fe dora, Tarbans, Sailor and Yacht ings Caps, Tom O'Saanters, etc., from 50c. up. Robinson, Gheru ifc Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Tbis is the llm is Buy Coaled Woo d vl ARTHUR B. SMITH, tXML 4TH AMI I S1H X E.. KAfcs. AN E. AXD V STS. X. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 October 1894

i TIMES JL JoJLi "VOL.1. TZO. 199. WASHTN-GTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 3, 1894. ONE CENT. EL BALTIMORE GONE DAFT Arrhal of the Victorious Orioles Set Its Population Crazy. MGNITARIES IN PROCESSION Gov. Brown Headed It and Mayor latrobo Was There, Too Men Wore Black and Yellow Neokties and Girls Jackets of Those Colors Manager Hanlon's Speech. Ealtimobe, Oet. 2. Probably never in the history of the national game was there any thing in the way of a demonstration to greet the Motors approaching the scenes depicted Lire to-day. I rum early morning the streets have worn a holiday aspect, livery business house and dwelling along the route of the procession to-night, almost without exception, is covered w ilh the orange and blaok colors of the Ori oles. All daylong the streets have been .. iwdfcd with n unending stream of human ity, many carrying "pennant" llags, and all wearing Oriole badges. Man staid business men were noticed with tue gaudiest of orange and blaek oravats, ea;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 October 1894

THE "WASHTNG-TON TIlfES. WEDNESDAT, OCTOBER 3, 1S94. DR. WSm ASKS RELEASE He Claims to Hac Convincing Proof of His Wife's Infidelity. A "DRUMMER" CO-RESPONDEXT. Exciting Night Episodo in a Twelfth Street Boarding-house Detectives, Accompanied by the Aggrieved Husband, Break Into the Lady's Boom and Take Her Children. Dr. A. H. Gienaan, of the United States Tilarine Hospital Service, yesterday took bold rneawtre to seeara evidence of life wife's in fidelity, and within a few hours had posses eion of Ms children and a divorce suit pond ins. Two years ago he sued for a divorce on what seemed to him full proof that his wife had been Intimate with Surgeon F. M. Ma grudar, a brother offleer in the service, but wha tbe evidence was sifted it was found to bo iaeuftlciont. Accordingly when be heard at his station, Beedj Island. DeL, that His wife was shad ing the sumnior mid autumn at various Vir ginia summer reports with a handsome drum mer for a shoe house, he made up his mind -that there ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 October 1894

wmvmmmmm 'tt3M&?rffis&F' t&pnxsa THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 189. THREE MYORIIES IN ERORT Alexander Mand Talent Landed on a Tris of Gtxi Things. ' JOCKEY MURPHY'S POOR RIDING Julia L. "Was a Hot Oaoice in the Closing Event, but Murphy Handled His Mount in Slovenly Stylo and Lost the Sace by a Neck The Day's Bosults. Three favorites -won off the real yesterday at the Alexander Island course, but the re ..unwg oveat "went to seeoad and third loi e. Little Charlie, Ronald, and Benjtt .3 wore all at odds and they had no trouble .3 vr.nninjr. la the fourth race thoTheckla y losed favorite, but Magnet -was played I ; tuauv and tbe latter won easily, while the Cl !? finished in the rack- The worst pioce Ending seeu at the tra-ck in a lorn; time wis t at of Murphy in the last race. He bad the - int on Julia L., the 8 to 5 choice, and c': r setting off well allowed the Held to shut L- j.if at the first turn. Julia L. closed rr 1 liv in the back Wretch, but again M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 October 1894

mmmmmmmmmmmm fSWW' Sj,i -vvet'Tr" rHB WASHINGTON' TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1894. HSpytlgPlPpp ThB Washington Times EVEBT DAT IN THE TEAK OWNED AKD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, ?outhwbst CORNER Pennsylvania atence and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S6. Business Office, S37. rrice,Da!ly Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. J3y the month .TWrty-flye Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 3, 1S0L The daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was pB& JL3boJL & 4 ROMNSON. CHBRT & CO., Men's ani Boy's CwmuBiis. COK. F AND TWELFTH STsi, N. W., Washinoton, D. CSopu 2$, 181N To the Washington Timet, Gknixemen HY have been placing onr nd vertisemenl your paper from the fir xt iseuc, and are, and have been, verg well satisfied wWi the reentis we have obtained. We re fer tcitfi pleasure to an advertise ment which appeared exolusive- I x.y w $ow paper oh Wednesday, September S6, cattin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 October 1894

1 THE WASHES' G-TOJS TIMES, "WBDTST15S D AX, OCTOBER 3, 1894. SEio1. -PiMH IIjii hOcS blVol! ftWdi Everyday one of our customers is jiriontod with a lalr of shoes PKEE OFCOSiT la addition we Bell for $2.65 Shoes which will cost you 88.00 or S3.E0 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladles' Button Shoes, sUes 1 to 1& (which used to sell for 2.60 to i.03), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, ssS'' 8 Snrfnrf $ Seat Upholstered 2 styles of frames. In 8 dif ferent patterns of apboJeter ing. Strongly enough uwtK to do duty as a porch rocker tti euBimor protiy enough toor naiaeot the parlor in wtater. Other rockers from $L6 up tOj6. Bth&FSts. if You Go IhoutltSishtl There's no good reason -why your bouse should not be completely fur nished no city in America k favored with a Credit House -whose stock is more complete or -where payment are easier than right hero in our own Wg store. S ON CREBITI At cash prices no notes to sign no interest to pay Just ...

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