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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 October 1894

tfHE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 3, 1894. High School UNIFORMS furnished by US last year were the dressiest, best fitting, and most satisfactory suits in the whole battalion. vc are making the same excellent quality again this season, at $7.25 FOR COAT, $4.75 FOR TROUSERS, $2.00 FOR VESTS, $2.00 FOR CAPS, which is less than the contract price. Each garment will be made strictly to the specifica tions. Will FIT perfectly, and we guarantee they will be accepted by the battalion inspector. So why order your suit from an out-of-to'n concern when you can buy a better one for less money from a home merchant. Let US supply YOURS and you'll get one which will be thoroughly satisfactory, and we will deliver it in ten days after we take the measure. Robinson, Chery & Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. We Assume All Risks. S2yr fi so that if you drop your watch O we repair it without further -ost V 0 - to you. o better work ill this 0 ? Geo. W. Spier, 310 9th ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 October 1894

TT1M""!7Q TOL.l. 0. 200. WASHXN-aTODST, D., C, TnURSDAY MOILING. OCTOBER 4, 1894. 020S OESTT. LAUREL SNIFFS A SCANDAL Jobbery Charged in Connection with Street Improvements. MAYOR TIMANUS AIMED AT It Is Alleged That He Has Established dela tions -with the Contractors That Are In imical to the City's Interests Inferior "Work Has Been Discovered by the Citizens. Our sister dry .of Laurel, Md.f which can nlmest be seen from the top of the Capitol, is wrestling with a problem in municipal affairs wbtohbasat -various times disturbed nearly ev ery eitv, on tho American continent. It is treaty asserted by many of tho rcsi otsaui of that beautiful suburb who do business in this city that Major Timauus has established private relations with the con tractors for street improvements which are projedtaltd to the municipal interests and the real results of which are alreadj being manl- ted. The eity of Laurel recently issuod bonds for the purpose of making permanent improve ments in the etreets ...

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

THE WASHINGrTON TIMES, THTTItSDAT, OCTOBEB 4, 1894. SCOURGED BY THE POLICE EPWORTHIANS AFTER PENCE NERVOUS DEBILITY. GRAND Lexow Committee Witnesses Tell of Shameful Outrages on Citizens. Thanksgiving Offering of 50 Cents Desired from Each LeagHer. OPENING WOODMOXT, - Which Trill be ready for salo October 8, is lo cated on tbe Georgetown and Tennallytown Electric Railroad, at an elevation of about 400 feet aboxs "Washington, and is by tar tho hand somest property along its line. Price of lots only from $50 to $200. First payment only $2. Weekly payments only 1 per cent, or less of purchase. "We pay the taxes, charge no interest, and require no notes or mortgages. To the first purchaser building a house at Woodmont costing not less than $1,000 wo will give a prize of $150; second, $125; third, $100; fourth, $90; fifth, $80; sixth, $70; seventh, SCO, and eighth, $50. "We will also give the lot thus built upon and free trans portation over the electric road for one year to one member e...

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

THE WASHXNGXCW TIMES, THEIRS DAT,. OCTOBER 4. 1894. OUTSIDERS ION THE RACES Belle Blackburn the Only Favorite to Score at Alexander Island. CATECHISM HURT HER CHANCES The Religiously Named Maro Ban Away and Afterwards Threw Her aider Pickaway "Won the Second Race in tho Best Piniah cf the Keeting Somage a Disappointment Tho talent had poor suooass in picking win ners at the Alexander Island track yoot'grday, but oue first choiee landing the inonoy, the other events going to outsidors. One of tho Dest finishes of tho mooting was that in the second race, when all four starters were necks apart at the ond. Catechism was entered in the fourth event, and, as usual, out up at tho post. She ran away seven furlongs nnd then unshipped Jockey Parson, tho Utter fortunately escap ing injury. In the actual raco Catechism led to the far turn and then was done. The ao foat of Somage in tho closing event was a great disappointment to the suro-shot play ers. Tho attendance was fair and betting good....

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

f4 THE WASJEULKG-TOK TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1894. ThBWasfflngton Times fEVEKT UAY IX THE YElK) OWNED AND ISSUED BI The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, ( ""ccthwest corkek tenkstlvasia avexdb and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 485. Business Office, 837. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Threa Cents. By the month Thirty-nro Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., OCTOBER 4, 1894. The daily average number cf papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was 14,817, K(HHMON. CnKRr & Co., MRNS AND H0Y CbOTUIEPS. COK. F AN TWSUTH STR, N. " .. AVaSHIKSDX, D. CSept. 2rf, IBM. Te the WaibigMm Times, Ota: Gentlemen We have been placing our ad verlitvment in your paper from ihefirM tsawc, and are, and ave' been, very wM satisfied, with the result we kaae obtained. We re fer with pleasure to an advertise ment which appeared exclusive ly m your paper on Wcdnesilay, September 26, oaUing attention to a tiW-lmrt Mac- dtetiiot overcoat at 15. We ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJRSDAT, OCTOBER 4, 1894. Shoes If en Away. I.toryday one of our customers Is rn-ftenled-withapalrof shoos FEEE OF COST. In addition ivc sail for $2,65 Shoos which will oost you 33.00 or $3.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladled Button Shoos, sizes 1 to 8J, (which usod to sell for $2.60 to $1.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, v I ho im Kew York Avenue, Between Thir teenth and Fourteenth Sts. Special Sale of Rugs f THURSDAY, OCT. 4. v We have Jubt received a largo invoice y Royal Japanese, Hoqnette, and Smyrna Rugs, Which we propose to offer on TI1URS- A PAY at nearly ONE-HALK PJtICE. T We would call Mecll attention to the Q Ro"i L JAPANESE Ktf OS, jms beiiiK the "MusT SERVICEABLE ltlTG ou the MAR- KIT ELEGANT DESIGNS, BKAUT1- X FIL EFFECTS. f SPECIAL PRICE TO-DAY. Q ROYAL JAPANBSB RUGS. Special J M Sie. Worth. .Trice. f T iflx6it S4-8 S8-5" I " cftzVft. J S.75 T A Tft.6rteit. 1S.W 12-M V SfLllSft. TO fi 12Rxlft. 4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 October 1894

THE WASHIGTO TIMES, THTJKSDATT, OCTOBEB 4, 1894. If yon Will come in to-day we'll snow you tlie Best Fall Overcoat at SI 2 that any man ever saw for the money. It is a Tan-colored Covert Cloth, well-made and trim med, has a velvet collar, is cut in the height of fashion, and will fit perfectly. No tailor can duplicate it under $25, and no other ready-to-wear store under $18. But our price is only $12. Robinson, Gheru $ Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. We feel like saying some pretty stout things about these $10 Suits of ours they are made up in Cheviots and Cassi meres Sacks and Cuta ways and if they don't equal any $15 Suit you ever saw elsewhere we'll forfeit all claims to 3'our patronage. The' will he sold with the same guaranty that goes with our higher-priced Suits. Everr garment we sell is kept in repair for one year free of cost. See the Rough Chev iot Overcoats at $10. Look around town and see if 3'ou can find an' more like them at this price. f s, 621...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 October 1894

3 X- Vm 0 ILd' JhrffrV a ' ""' ixL?- VOIi.l. 3sO. 201. WASHIaT03STs D. C, FRIDAY MOEKINGr, OCTOBER 5, 1S94. OE O JSNT. 30WGATE EODGED IN JAIL He Arrived in the Custody of Detec tive Drununond and a Marshal. GUTEAU'S CELL GIVEN TO HIM At Marshal Wilsotfs Office He Hot His Daughter, Ida Their Inverview "Was Sriof and Undemonstrative Nellie Bur rill or "Sirs. Williams" Not "Willi Eim. Harrow d eheerloss cell No. 2 in the group known its Murderers' How in iheDistrie jai In which Gkeu and other noted criminals hare beau confined awaiting death on tbe scaffold, was opened lato yosterday afternoon to receive another prisoner whoso history is iuite as remarkable in many features as those who have gone before him. The new ooeupent is Cant. Henry W. How gate, who -was returned to the prison again 'ter a sensational escape thirteen years ago. The story of Ms crime in the embeeriemeut of over ?(860,0ft0 from tbe Government while dis bursing oiWoer of the Signal Service and Ills dual life with N...

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

a" WOQDMONT, Wnleh irill bo ready for sale October 8, is lo cated on tbo Georgetown and Tennallytown Electric Railroad, at an elevation of about 400 foet nbors Washington, and is by tar the hand somest property alone its line. Prico of lots only from $50 to 200. First payment only $2. Weekly payments only 1 per cent, or less of purchase. We pay the taxes, charge no interest, and require no notes or mortgages. To the first purchaser building a house at Woodruont costing not less than $1,000 we will give a prize of 8150; second, S125; third, $100; fourth, $90; fifth, $80; sixth, $70; sevrntb, SCO, and eighth, $50. We will also give the lot thus built upon and free trans portation over the electric road for one j ear to one member of each family building and residing there. Life insurance for amount of each purchase goes with each sale. At we are the largest and ono of the most reliable real estate firms in the United States, you can depend on our carrying out to the letter all we adve...

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

TJXE WJLSHJDN (5rTOJN TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1S94. 3 HEW YORI BAGS THE FIRST Opening Game For the Temple Cup a Defeat For Baltimore. KUS1B WELL SIGH INVINCIBLE. Giants Batted Espor Just at the Eight Time anfi Earaoa All Their Runs Orioles Put "Op Strenfr Game, But Bi "Anuo's" Oarvee Proved Tory Deceiving. BxvnaumK, Oet. 4. Tho first game of the Tempteoup eerie played hro to-day as a goo ojdtilntfoa of scientific and last hall 1 lafttg. Tim New "iorLs won. llusiewas in the too.. 11a had terrific speed and thorough control of ttoe ImU, sad tho man baek of him Kept their end Esper, for the Orioles, pitefcea xrtnulnc ball, and was well supported. The tantwlity to htt Rune was the cause of tho resak. There were several features of the game ttiatcouM have heea eliminated to the credit of botfc teams. MeGraw whs tho principal offender. Owing to the stormy s eatber. and a doobt eCttbe aerie being played, only about ,00 of the expected crowd entered the groead. XILX. TUl THE SERIES. The B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 October 1894

THE "WASHINGTON' TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBEB o, 1SD4. .The Washington Times CEVXKT DAT IN TM YrXE) OWXED AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Companj TIMES BUILDING, SOUTHWEST CORNXR TENNSTLTANIA AVXXUB AKD Tenth STKErc Telephone Editorial Rooms, 484. Business Office. 237. Trice. Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By too month Thirty-fire Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., OCTOBER 5, 1694. J The daily average numfcer of papers sold and printed by THE "WASHINGTON TIKES for the month of September was A Recommendation to Be Proud Of. Washington, D. C, September 12, 1S94. He. a. Madbice Low, Business Manager of The Washington Times. Deab Sib: I take plaasuro in informing you that at tho last meeting of this Federation our members were requested to carefully read the advertising columns of The Times every day and to patronize as much as possible those nerchants and others Vfhose advertisements appear in The Times. Our members were also requested to secure in every way possible new ...

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

Tim; VASHES'GTOIJf TIMES, 3TRIDAX, OCTOJBEIt 5, 1894. I very day ono of our customers is X resented with a pair of Bhoes PRKK Cl itisT. In addition we sell for $2.65- Shoes which will cost you 8.00 or 88.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day La lir-s' Button Shoes, steos 1 to , wLch used to soU for 52.50 to 54.0, Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. I Special Sale j Our Wall PaperDepartment 9 v In order to furtuor jntroauce our - ?TY ILL PAPER DEPARTMENT wo will W a J. w to partloa giving their orders In order to further introduce our If I J T)V1 and ATl'KilAl UAtt-iumu w V Oil ihe price of all WALL PAPERS, no A 9-iat'pr how small or largo your orders y "jay bo A 0 "VYUX PAVER from 10c roll to $5. y JL Don t fail to give us your orders FI.IIJA W or VTU KDAY and sa o 88 Per cent on y yCiSTniATES CHEERFCLLY GIVEX. $ X FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. A 1 I Tun JULIUS LANSBURGH I I FURNITURE X CARPET COMPANY, J About It Eiffhtl There's no good reason -why yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 October 1894

8 THE WASHIKGtTOjST TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 189. t Until you get cliilled through before you buy HEAVIER UNDER WEAR. Get it now and be read3 -when the weather does change. If you don't know anything about Un derwear values,' get your wife to buy it, she knows. And if she'll examine our line she'll see in a moment that our White Merino at 50c. and Natural Grey Ivlama Wool at 75c. per gar ment is the best Under wear value in town. All sizes. Other qualities up to $5 per garment for the finest silk and wool mix ture made. Robinson Gheru X Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. And have your watch adjusted by KAISER, Watchmaker, 1807 P 6e29-eod8m street northwest We feel like saying some pretty stout things about these $10 Suits of ours the' are made up in Cheviots and Cassi nieres Sacks and Cuta ways and if they don't equal any $15 Suit 3011 ever saw elsewhere we'll forfeit all claims to 3'our patronage. They will be sold with the same guarant- that goes with our hig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 October 1894

TIMES VOL.1. jxo. 202. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNINGr, OCTOBER 6, 1894. ONE CENT. COULD HAVE BEEH GADGET Capt Howijatc Says He Has Met Jlany People Who Recognized Him. MANY LAWYERS OFFER SERVICE His Wife and Daughter Will Stand by Him District Attorney Birney Will Bring the Case to Trial at This Term of Court Drum mond Hunting for HisIraducers. . Among a miscellaneous collection ol petty criminals Capt Henry V. Howgate was pac ing up and down in the rotunda of the Dis trict jail yesterday afternoon when a Times reporter made a visit for the purpose of inter viewing the noted defaulter. The prisoner seemed cheerful and not at all worried by his unenviable position. "I must be careful of what I say," was the 2rst thing the captain said, "because I have not consulted a lnwyor. It has beon commu nicated to me that District Attorney Birney proposes to bring my ease to trial very soon, but although I haw received a number of -offers from lawyers to defend me, I have nor decided upon ...

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

THE WASHTNGKTOiN- TIM.ES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1894. Is beautifully situated on the Georgetown and Tennallytown Electric Railroad, near Bethesda Post-office, and has an elevation of about 400 feet above Washington. The Metropolitan Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, it is expected, will soon extend their tracks past Woodmont. A pen picture will not do justice to the beauties and natural advantages of this particular section of country, but we cordially invite you to call at our office for free transportation so you may judge for yourself. You know it pays to be prompt, so do not wait for an opportunity, but go and see, choose the best and buy at once, or some more appreciative buyer will take up the bargain from you. If you have observed the progress of ST. ELMO and DEL RAY, you will know that splendid opportunities of bargains are offered to early biryers. We offer these inducements as a reward to those who place their confidence in us and our business methods and right her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUBDAX, OCTOBEK 6. 1894. CHAMPIONS DOPED AGAIN Giants Toolt tlic Second Game of the Temple Cup Scries. JENNINGS GREATLY TO BLAME The Oriole Shortstop Missed a Chance in the last Inning when Perfect Play Would Have Prevented the Winning Buns Being Scored How the Game "Was "Won. Baltmoke, Oct. 5. The second game of the Tensile oup series, played hero to-day, was another eMWrion of great ball playing. Local "fane," liowever, do not lully appro bate it, because the Orioles lest. Both teams srero evenly matAed in skill and in play, lut an element of luck was in favor ol the u w Yorkers. The game was nip and tuck up t3 the ninth inning. In this iuuing au error ly the peerless Jennings, which should have bi'pn an easy double, retiring the side, even tually gave the (Hauls four runs. In earlv practice when the "Kids" woro on the field to chase the leather, Burke hit one c f them in the face with a ball. It looked ilt liberate and a crowd from the bleach ers swarawd o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 October 1894

" ?' TELE WASHING-TON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1894. The Washington Times (EVEKY DAT IN THE TEAK) OWNED AND ISSUED BZ The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. cthwbst cornkr pennsylvania avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 483. Business Office, 337. Price, Dailr Edition OnoCent Sunday Edition Threo Cents. By the month.... .Thlrty-flY Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 6, 189L The daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September web A Recommendation to Be Proud Of. Washington, D. C, Soptember 12, 1891. Me. A. Maurice Low, Business Manager of The YABHIOTo Times. 3eab Sib: I take pleasure in informing you that at the last meetinp; of this Foderation our jxembors wore requested to carofully read the advertfstaR oolumns of Tan Times every day and t patroniee as much as possible those merabants and others whoso advertisements appear in Th Timbs. Our members were also requested to secure in evory way passible new subscr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 October 1894

4& THE WASHING TOl TIMES, SATTJEDAT, OCTOBER 6, 1894. GOOD THING That i.go DERBY 9 HAT of ours good f enough, to cost $2.50 everywhere. 4 ANOTHER GOOD THING- 6 Our TREK LU'NPBY chock with all A Sairls, Cellars, t uffs. HENRY FRANG & SON, ru?t Cor. 7th and D. 4 r-3-0-3-5--O0-C5- "" O Even" day one of our customers is j-resented with a pair of shoes FREE Of CX)ST. In addition we sell for $2,65 Shoes waton will cost you $8.00 or $8.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoes, sles 1 to 85, twhich. used to sell for $2.60 to 1.09), Only $1-50. THE WARREfi SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W, RICH. 919 F STREET, If You Go AbontltRiglitl There's no good reason why your Looee aliouid wrt be completely fur v.MttA bo oity in America is favored wib a Ore4t Dowse whose stoek is more ojate or where payments are easier than right here in our own big store. Furniture And Carpets ON CREDIT! At eeh prices no notes to sign no interest t pay just a plain promise to do wtoat's right a liuie...

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

X "" T i b- THE WASELTN"GTO:N" TIMES, SATTJRPAT, OCTOBER 6, 1894. Whatever You buy to-day of US is sure to prove satisfactory. That fall suit or overcoat, new hat, heavier under wear or other furnishinqs for your self or the boys are all HERE in a bigger and better variety than any where else in town. You'll want underwear sure, and we are showing some exceptional good values at 50c, 75c and $1.00 per garment. If you want your boy to have one of those special value suits, withan EXTRA FAIR of trouseps, at $4.75, you'd better attend to it this morning. They are only for short pants wearers, but arc in all sizes from 4 to 15 years, and the best clothing values in the country. Our usual iron-clad guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded goes with each suit That's enough for Washington buyers. Robinson, Gheru X Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. -O - -0--0-O- ? THIS COUPON And 15c entitles tho holder to a pair 25c AH-booI Black Cloth OverRalt ers, Saturday mornin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 October 1894

TIMES VOL.1. 3STO. 203. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOllNINGK OCTOBER 7, 1S94T"WJBL'VE PAG-ES. THEEE CENTS. THE THEY ARE AFTER MR. BRIAN Interstate Democratic Association Formulating CIiarQes. IS RESIGNATION RUMORED Pullman Denounced and His Cars Boycotted After a Bitter Contest CoL Clayton Be signs from Committees Beply to Ex Union Soldiers Arranging for Voters. If tbo charges now being formulated against Cr-tlLT Brian, of the Government Print er j 'p, are well founded, and theassor t. n nsa 3o by the special committee of inves-Uk--'.' that has had its official eye upon the rcrrls and upon his movements is true, C rt. Trian is not only in danger of dec&plta- tlra, ntis even now contemplating the sever ar e 1 1 is relations wifti the office. IL- Ii u rBtBte Democratic Association has Cart. Xrin in hand, and at a largely at-tr-IeJ meeting held last night at its rooms at N x C'A Louisiana avenue northwest, the 67c-. r.l committee, appointed at a special reacting to make an investigat...

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