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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY", OCTOBER 14, 1894. I HA I ;) V y 13 1 First Grand ' OPENING &3 i After Thoroughly Reorganizing, Remodeling, and Restocking Our Establishment. Extraordinary sacrifices have been made in every depart ment so as to attract all ejes to this store. We will show 3011 that we take our place at the top, and mean to stay there. Not only the special articles but every article in our store will be sold at a small advance above cost price. We will prove to you that it will pay you to deal here. We have the advantage of being able to buy nearly an entire new stock. We are in a position to go in the markets and close out lots of goods at the new tariff prices, all of which our customers get the benefit of. We have added to our estab lishment 2,400 feet of floor space, into which we have moved our millinery department, which makes this the finest. depart ment of its kind in Washington. Only reliable goods will be offered for sale. ;funded for anything not satisfac...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER li. 1894. iOD AT ALEXANDER ISLAND 'icayy Going Somewhat Upset the Cal culations of the Talent. BUT TWO FAVORITES SCORED Tohn Duffy ana McKcover "Were Both Neg lected in the Betting and Won at Com fortable Odds Inra Was Made Favorite Over Finnwater, hnt the Latter Won. But two first choices managed to ecoro yesterday at tbe Alexander Island track, tho heavy going taioaking spots out of the tal ent's calculations. Mary B and Koy "West -were tbe winning favorites, the other events going to a second choice and two outsiders. Jobs Duffy surprised everyone Dy catching Craftsman in the stretch and -winning at the comfortable odds of 15 to 1, ilarkstone, the heavily-played choice, being unable to quite qet up to the leaders. MoKeever was the ither outsider to -win, as good as 8 to 1 being obtainable against his chances. All the finishes -wore tame, particularly in the third and fifth raees, when Eey "West and Tinnwater won away off. Attendance and betti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

mE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1894. The Washington Times fflVEKT DAT Ei THE YZUCi OWXED AXD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TOIES BUILDING, BOBTjmzsr Cojuctr Pennstltanll Avencb akd TDiTH STEECTi Telephone Editorial Rooms, 481 Business Office, S37. Trice, Daily Edition M One Cant finndty Edition Threo Cents. By tho month Thirty-fire Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 14, 1S9L The daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September -eras r WILL THE COMING MAN GO TO CHUECH! IBy 3teY. Rush R. Shlppen, D. D., pastor All Souls' (Unitarian) Church. Or "will ho outgrow It and leave it behind as a dead superstition of the past? "Why in deed are so many of the thoughtful, scientific, and the earnest worldngmen of our time in different to tho church, breaking loose from It, not found in it to-day, as they ought to be, and surely -would be, if It were the practical help they could not afford to do without? Surely something is the m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUN DAT, OCTOBER 14, 1894. Shoes GhreirAway. Every day ono of our customers i presented with a pair of shoos FREE OF COST. In addition to sell for $2.65 Ehoes which Trill com you 9S.O0 orSS.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladle' Button Shoes, sixes 1 to St, (which used to cell for 2.53 to $1.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, 87 SETS $7 t-LT 7 SiTS 57 SETS e oe ? 17 cEi!3 r: i-rs JTbErS S7 bu S S7 TS $7 sis J" StTS $" -T j S J7 FTS J7-EiS $7 S-TS $7&rTS J7 T 7S r i s $" s. TS S "-IS i" M-1S $7 SETS $7 SETS 7 SETS 7 SETS 57SHTS $7 SETS S7SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS 57 SETS J7SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS 17 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS IT SETS $7 SETS $7 SETS 7 SETS $7 SETS J7SETS $7 SETS S7 SETS We believe and know we make the very best sets of TEETH for $7 that are produced in this city. Perfection infitand appear ance, materials, and workman skip; absolutely tke best proc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

WPHRW! wipiiiiipwiwij HbfgN4fw-P" i'wwaiMAiiw'jiMtw THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14. ly. xJLJlLIRi SEASONABLE CLOTHING Owing to unforeseen circumstances the co-partnership existing between James R. Price and Edwin Long must end on November 15, 1894. Mr. Price, whose manu facturing interests in Pittsburg demand his personal attention, will retire, and requires that his interest be paid in cash. This unlooked-for event, coming at a time when 'THE?AMOTJS"is literally "stuffed" with cold weather Clothing, has caused us no lit tle uneasiness, for the larger portion of this immense stock of SUITS and OVER COATS must be converted into cash at once. Realizing the magnitude of this under taking we have "taken the bull by the horns," and cut the price of every garment to an extent that will appeal to a discerning and money-savi ng public. NO SACRIFICE WILL BE CONSIDERED TOO GREAT. GOODS MUST GO AND MONEY MUST COME. The stock comprises the highest type of Ready-to-wear Suits and Overc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TOIES, SUNDAY, OCT OBER 1, 1894. tfi feyStes3SJ fsLi J$ jlwwvv,w .-sir .'i-..- tv ii .. ti- .. a -iHrhii.-j-'j 'ii waju-ftw " "The District Guard is the most clwngeablo ia the United States," said a battalion adju tant In conversation the other evening. "I really believe there are more changes in Washington than anywhore olso. If the loot ing could be made I think it -would show that there have been at least 15,000 names on the rolls since the guard was organized. I also believe that in case of. an emergency a well drilled regiment of ex-guardsmen could bs recruited in a day or two. Or course this f hanging has hurt the companies some, but I can see the good of it in the drilled men scattered alt through the city." At brigade headquarters the ofllcials woro unable to give any figures verifying this statement. Tlioy thought that the companies ae a rale kept along at a good average mem bership, except on occasions like the dismis sals of eterks at the printing office. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

& THE "WASHXSrGTOST TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1894. THOSE Twenty-five dollar Business Suits we advertised a few days ago have already made many converts from the make-to-measure folks. No man who carefully examines the quality, style, fit, and finish of them will care to pay forty or fifty dollars for a duplicate just for the sake of having some tailor's name sewed on the hanger of the coat. OUR NAME is a SUFFICIENT GUARAN TEE, and it costs nothing. If you have not seen them stop in to-morrow and look them over. There's variety enough to please every oue. Other Suits as low as ten dollars and up to $35, and our iron-clad guarantee of satisfaction or your money hack with each garment. Robinson, Ghenjifc Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. CS'-I O-O-3-30 I The Belford, n 617, 619, 621 I3th St. N. W. Luncheon from 12 to 2:30, 25c 0 Dinner from 5 to 7, with pint fine claret, 50o. Tablo board, V including lunch, 20 per A month. "Everything Is oooked and ? served ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

THE "WASHrGTO TIMES, STTN DAY, OCTOBER 14, 1S94, STY. C & KEiDOB, X. B. CHURCHES OF WASHINGTON 'Costly and Beautiful Metropolitan Memorial Methodist Episcopal. PRESIDENT GRANT A TRUSTEE The Building Fund Subscribed to from All Over the United States The Fifth Baptist Church and the Remarkable Pastorate of Dr. Sleador The Oldest in tho District A handsome brown-stone structure, Gothlo t architecture, is tho Metropolitan Memorial Jethodlst Episcopal Church ns it stunas at je corner of Four-and-a-half and 0 streets jcrthwpst. It was built nt a cost of over 200.000, and nearly every Methodist in tho Tutted States was asked to contribute to tho building fund. President Grant was a trustee cf this church and Gen, John A. Logan a member. On the west side of tho pulpit, on the wall, are memorial tablets to these two men. Some time this year tho twenty-fifth anni versary of the dedication of the church is to be observed and all the Sunday-school scholars, members of the church, and pasto...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

10 THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1894. LATITUDE OF THE STARS OJicate Pkotoraphy at Georgetown University Observatory. FATHER HAGEK'S GREAT WORK 'He and His Assistants TEngspod in tho Task of Eliainatlag the Terseaal Equation .Boaults Attained of Yital Importance to Aatrenoxnors 31 Over the "World. A work which is of great liaportnnco to the sokodfto world but which to little known to the pwpk at large has been going on for five years and wltl be eoatfoued this year under xro favorable ciroamstanees tian over be wo at tbe observatory of the Georgetown Usfverstty. Tba work referred to is that done by Father Ragea and hie assistants in photographing the stars, wHb a view to elf minute tbe per sonal equation. Tbe '"personal equation," as it is sailed, is tbe difference in tbe caloula tjose of astronomers as to tbe time a star orossesthe meridian. A young astronomer, en aoeount of nervousness, generally sees tho star cross tbe hair-like mark whioh repre sents tbe meridian, f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

THE -WASEnTOTON TIMES, SUN DAT, OCTOBER 14, 1894. 11 Women in Office : Becky Sharp's Gossip If I were stenographer plenipotentiary, pe writer extraordinary 10 H. B. H., of ngland. or Ool. Ochiltree, of America, I uida't suffer inoro in tlie possession of state - crets than I am suffering this very minute. Iran tan yoH preotsoly though I -wouldn't r the world just what it is that has turned own a oerUiiu Congressman, whoso renoini ation we nil expected, not so much because t would have pleased Tom Seed as because it luldn't fail to please every lady member of Le House of BepresenUtivee gallery. While is failure to be renominated ib generally scribed to the fact that his wife is a Catholic, id that the A. P. A. therefore is arrayed -ainst him, the faot of the matter is no man rofesalu? allegiauceto a protoetive tariff can nve about as I saw this Congressman jesterdav, fondling a Preach poodle u life lap, -without arousing indigna jon in every honest breast that beats ' ) the tune of A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

12 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OGTOMCK 14, 1894. HONG SECRET SOCIETIES Matters or" Interest to Brethren Who Meet on the Quiet. A VALUABLE MASONIC LIBRARY Kanuscripta "Which Are PricoleBi and Eo quirod the Labor of Years to Translate Bare and Costly Volumes Securely Guarded Items from Behind Closed Dsors. Tho only collection of )ooks owned by a Masonic body la tho world that o&n bo culled a Mbrary Is that found in "The House of tho Temple" (the building of tho stiDreme coun cil), at tho southoast corner of Third and E Btreots. Tho collection consists of about 15, 009 volumes, -whose ostimatod money value is In tho neighbornood of 100,000. Some of tho 1 manuscripts, however, are priceless and could not be purchased for any sum. If tho build ing and its contents wore destroyed some of the volumes could never boTeplnced. The collection Is kept in an addition to tho supreme council building. Tho length of tho addition is thirty feot and tho -width twenty four feet It is divided int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 October 1894

m pjs m "T2r" ra 3 JB Ji H. B voii..i. ;nto. 211. WASBIraTO, D. C, IOjn'DAY MOimrSTGU OCTOBER 13, 1S94 SIX PAGES. OJsJS CENT. POSSES OF SMART SLEUTHS They Scour the Country Around Quan tico For Clews. THE TRIP OF THE POLICE BOAT She Swung Down the Eiver Yesterday and Searched Both Shores No Important Clews Were Pound, but Some Suspicions Traces Were "Uncovered The Search Here. Soon after 9 o'clock yesterday morning the police tug Joe Blackburn swung out into tbo Potomao and steamed down tno riv er at full speed. On board the swift little craft was Inspector Holllnberger and a number of bis trustiest and shrewdest detectives. Very quietly was the expedition planned and started, therefore there wore only a few idle wharf rats that saw the officers' de parture. Information, which came to the ears of the inspector, led upon investigation into the de velopment of a very important clew concern ing the indentity of the bold and daring gang that held up the northbound mail train at Aquia Cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. 3IOHDAT, OCTOBER 15, 1S94. THEIR FORTDHE IH A YEST Two Ladies Greatly Benefited by Ob taining an Old Garment. IT BELONGED TO THEIR UNCLE Two letters "Were "Found "Which Enabled Them to Set Aside His "Will in Which They Had Been Omitted Through Misrep resentations hy Their Brothers. The old vest of a former -well-to-do bachelor ofBoonton, 2s. J., played an important part In a litigation in -which "Washington parties are interested. The accidental discovery in it of two letters served to turn the verdict in Javor of two nieces -who had been cut off without a penny from the old bachelor's snug littia fortune. By the decision just banded down by the court of appeals of New Jersey the -will of "William Stewart, of Boonton, is set aside and all Iris nephews and nieces come in for their proportionate share of tuo inheritance. The suit to set aside the will had been in stigated by Mrs. Ella Jordan, -wife of Edward L. Jordan, secretary of the Liquor Dealers' Association...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 October 1894

TILE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1894. 3 CRISP SPORTING COMMENT I Virginia Ido1ic Club iMceting tvill Commence Thursday at . Asaph. SEW YORK RACING ENDS TO-DAY Most of the Prominent Plyers Will Come Here to Participate in the Forty Days1 Keating to So Given at the New Virginia Track Iho Alexander Island Eaces. In conformity with the Now York law the acmg season of 1S91 comes to a close in the Empire State to-day and tho majority of the stables -will be shipped to tho new track at St. Asaph for the meeting which will begin next Thursday by tho Virginia Jookey Clnb. The new traek is located at St. Asaph, a small suburb just across the Potomac Hner, and about fifteen minutes by rail from Wash mjton. It was formerly a half mile trotting track, to which a charter had been granted by the State of " irjrinia. Last winter, when the Virginia Legislature- passed tbeJIusubnck law making it legal to race and bet on tracks to whioh chartors had alreadj been granted by tho State, J. N. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TiMErj, MONDAT, OOTOBETt 1 1S94. The WasMnflton Times ffiTEEY DAT I TEE YEAKJ OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Waslunflton Times Company flMJSS BUILDING, iXmSVam CORtlBK PCXNSTLVAKU. ATZNUE asd TiTB STBIIIX SttaiibMe Editorial Roems, 485. Business Office, SIT. - riJpe,Itettr IWUob One Cent SmritaySOitfen ...Three Cents. r tiioHMntfa Thirty-live Coats. WASHHJ0TQK, 15- C., OCTOBER IS, 1SSL il7. Tho daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES far tie month of September was Meads of The Times are reminded that no attention is paid to anonymous oommunicn tioue. Tbe name of ovary writer must bo gives, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of Rood faith. Short letters on interesting topics of tbe day Rre welcomed if tfats rate fe complied with. Recommendations to Re Proud Or. Waskimotox, D. C., Soptomber IS, 189L Jin. A. aiATOiicz Low, Business Manager of The Washikoton Times. Bbak Sik: I take pleasure in informing you diet at tbe last meetin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1S94. Shoes Given Away. "RW,-I flnv Inn tf ,,, MltATOOrft jS prpseated with a pair of Elioes FREE OF COST. In addition we sell for $2.65 Shoes which willcost you 8.00 or $8.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoos, rizes 1 to 2&, (which used to soil for J2.50 to $4.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, SFTS $7 SETS 7 SETS 57 SETS $7 SETS -ETi S" SETS SFTS $7 SETS 5g We believe and gggi tf know we make ffifJl S3 the very best gfg ZVA sets of TJJTi If setI SETS r .-I, 4- ,- WSHTS SETS A,JJL t? "" "'- 57 SETS seH produced in this g iir! Sg city. Perfection gill sirs in St and appear- g prl sets ance, materials, gfr! IeH and workman- glil IeiI ship; absolutely g IHl t;S the best procur- g iirl -ETS VI. $7 SET TS able. $7 sets SETS Consultation free. S7 SETS AMERICAN DENTAL ASS'N, OOK. 7TH ASH E STS. XW. "Reliable" Furs. " If you aro not a good judge of furs your best plan will bo to stick...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MON" DAT, OCTOBER 15, 1894. We supply you Overcoat to-day ? with, an We liave the largest and best line in town. All weights, all col ors, all sizes, and all quali ties from S10 to $50, and not a poor garment in the lot. We have a specially good light-weight one at SI 5, a gra' mixed Scotch. Tweed, wool serge lining and silk sleeve lining. Will fit as well as any custom coat at any price. Don't fail to see our line of $15 Suits. It's our special pride this season. We put the same value in them that others do in their $20 ones. You'll say so when you see them. Robinson, Gheru $ Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. NOTHIKG TO CONCEAL. President Falls Denies the Accusations Drought Against the Reform School. Mr. A. J. Falls, president or the board of trustees of the District reformatory, emphati cally denied to a Tijies roporter yesterday the statements regarding his institution made by "6ome one in a position to know." "His statements are all l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 October 1894

Wl-P "TT"rg tt 3 w i " M I "VOIi.1. :nx. 212. WASHXtfGrTCOT, D. C, TUESDAY MOUSING-, OCTOBER 1(5, 1894 SIX PAGES. OitfE CETT. S-S rcS PTava JL JL JjOL JlJ O DETECTIVES GETTING WARM They Hope in a Fec Hours to Capture tlie Train Robbers. PHILADELPHIA CROOK PEACHES He Tarnishes Valuable Information The Desperadoes Believed to Have Doubled on Their Trail No Trace of the Sacks That Held the Honey Clew Developed Here. . It "was intimated at the office of the Adams Express Oompany last night that reports of an encouraging nature had boen received by telegraph from the searchers now threshing the country for mijes about the scene of Fri day night's train robbery. In consequence of tho news the belief ex ists that within a comparatively few hours the gang of desperadoes, or at least a few of them, ' will be caught in the meshes of the drag net that has been thrown out all over the United States. Mr. J. Q. A. Herring, genoral man ager of the express company, has stationed himself in this cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 October 1894

THE WASHESraTCXN- TIMES, TUJSSUAr, OCTOBER 16, 1894. fREMOVALTSALE. I About November 15 1 will move from my present location to C 1107 F STKEET (next door to Mertz's Drug Store.) Here will Ss be fitted up in the latest and most improved manner, and filled ?? S -with a stock of jowolry, an establishment second to none in the South. GEROME DESIO. SS Everything Sacrificed. FIXTURES, including cases, shelving, and two flro and burglar-proof safes for Bale. Store for Rent. Boilers, Lathe. Forge, and a complete ouifii of manufacturing jewelers' Implements at sacrificed prices. To Simplify Moving My splendid stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jowolry. Silverwnro. Statuary, and Paintings -will be offered at clearance prices to reduce to a minimum tho labor and risk of moving. Splendid Chance to Buy Your Christmas Presents at Remarkably Low Prices. From this time until November 15 tho biggest bargain opportunity of tho year -will be presented Not n single artiole in my store that has not got n ster...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 October 1894

THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1894. FAVORITES AT A DISCOUNT Granil iPrix the Only First Choice to Score Winning Bracltets. TALENT HAD A VERY BAD DAY la Foar Essays tho Public Failed to Pick Out ,tie Successful Horse, tho Bookmakers Having a Clear Field Grand Prix the Solitary Favorite to Finish in Front. It -was a bad day for the favorites, the see tnt chokes ttad outsiders sotting all tho pooey. The attendance -was raucli above $ average, as many New Yorkers helped to ewditbe regular crowd. Two additional book were on, and the poneilors had rather a soft tWng with the public Owing to the influx of now horses it was hard gueeeisg for the talent, and as a result bat one lavorite earned -winning brackets. Sttuunary: How the Horses Ran. Tract good. (-i i First race. Five furlongs. All ages Parse, lni.JIare tm wt St St Fin. Jo&ey. V It Hart, MS... 8 !U Maidove. (611) Key Waet, 110... 1 1 SJ 2 Murphy. 6U Lit. Charlie, 110. 4 4 4 S King. (5S1) JUgaet, 5 2 SU 8l 4S Neary....

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