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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 January 1895

1 jiMfjwiqgMfpjupif' i' ;M!mmL3lm ia$ nm0im " 7) URN OVER A W NEW LEAF AND SUBSCRIBE FOR OMEN READ :::THE fTlMES AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. THE (JIMES. TOL. 1. 30. 2S9. WASHINaTOlN, D. 0., TUESDAY MQR2JTLKa, JA!N UAEY 1, 1805 SIX PAGES. OXE CEXT. BYRNES ATTACKED BY DR. PARRHURST His Long Statement Also In cludes Goff and the Committee. "EVASIVE AND COWARDLY" That Is What the Minister Savs the Superintendent's Excuses. of Of Goff, Parkhurst Bays That Ho Would Have "Put Byrnes on aToaBtinglron" Lexow sJaya That Parkhurst Is Jealoue Other Ken, He Says, Have Had Too Much Credit The Charges in Detail. Xew Youk, Dec. 3L Rev. Dr. Charles H. rarkburst to-night gave out the subpoenaed btatemeut after it had teen road before the executive committed of the Society for tho Prevention of Crime and officially indorsed by that body. It is a very exhaustive re sume. "In stating my position touching certain questions now lying before the public mind, I cannot express myself too appreciatively of tho sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 January 1895

fPfT' fffgfsrjm PgpiS'w 2 THE WASHrETGrTCXET TIMES, TIJJESDAY, eTAUAEYl3 189 . f ,7 Pit5? Will bring to our store to-day a vast gathering of the shrewdest thriftiest and most prudent shoppers In the -city- Will you be among them? You know what we're selling our entire stock positively without reserve (ex cepting plain worsteds) Including tr.e p'ain Blue and Black Cheviot Suits and the extra length Blue and Black Overcoats- ffll the Suits, fill the Ulsters, All t'-.e Overcoats, ffll the Odd Pants, & ffll the Reefers. AT ONE-THIRD L Than Marked Prices. If you'd like to duplicate anything you bought the first of the season you can get it now for two-thirds of what you paid us then. We don't confine your selecting to any particular kinds but say take anything In the house pay us two-thirds of what it's marked and it's yours. OPEN VST1L NOON TO-DAY. Cor. 7th and JGAL hews of all sorts The Weather To-day. air; northerly winds. ncoroins south. I'onrsei bv is Cclieajra Hon. T. 13. f Ite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 January 1895

Rrwr'swfsfwppPflS "i-'isfff-si'rsf' THE WASIIXNGrTOJS TIMES, TUESDAY, JATJABY 1, 1S95. 3 FROLICSOME LASS WORE SMOOTH PLATES Bettors Should Only Play Horses Whose Feet Are Corked. - GOING WAS HEAVY, BUT SAFE Twelve Tcncilcrs ' Tcre on the Line and AH Quit Loser. By the Victories of Grampian and Wheeloski - the White Confederacy Gave the Bins a ScorohinR Blizzard Was Thought to Have Been Given the Tabooed ''Sope," But No Traces of the Needle Conld Be Pound. The track at Alexander Island wu9 heavy yestordny. Torn Straban, the now suporin- l tendent, Riving the public full proof ol his ability. While tfee KOin suited some horses, Jr affected the speed of others, notably that of j Froliosomo Lass. Tho performance of tho latter in tho socoad race was a soro d.sup pointoieut to her numerous backers, she bo- j ing well lHyed in the ring to beat even such a sprinter as Con Lucy. Judge Oyster had iakeu uoiiee of the mnnius of Frol!oine I.ns. and after tho raee he questioned Kon rad in the joc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 January 1895

-'i-f5;s"t'-?--"if3f'T: 'T V 4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1895. JWSSf 'T The Washington Tim68 Evf.kt Day is the Year.) . OWNED AM) ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, foornwisr Ookkck Penssvltama AVENUE AXft Tenth StfucET. cpbone Editorial Rooms, 4S6, Business Office, 337. frice. Daily Edition '. Ono Cent. Sunday Edition..... Three Cents. By ihe month Thirty-nvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JANUAHY "1, 1893. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American Hoube 7th St. and Pa ava nw. Arlington, The Vt, nve. and II at. uw. Booker. ChHS. A Tennatlytown. Bury'o Pharmacy Anacostla. Cochian.The 14tb and K sts. nw Ebultt House 14th and F&ta. uw. Evans Pharmacy "5th nnd O Me. nw. Oraham, Clroa U 3 250 82d st nw. Quontbor, Nolson .WJ Fst. nw. Ilage, Hermann 2153 Pa. n.o. nw. Hall, John W 507G ttt. uw. Hall Shoemaker bin aujl K sts. so. Hamilton. The 14 th jJnd K btsuw. Hayes, J. E 200 11 st. nw. Hodge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 January 1895

-S?-gr-,jHfimw, vsmfrftrm&'. -rfTW" TJXE WASHIGTO TIMES, TUESDAY, JAN TJAEY 1, 1S95. -w $ -xy- t? &,-5o-5fc " 5 f f f " f f " ' -o- f EVERY I f .J f REOUISITE f f " f To complete your Toilet for Xec Year's Day is here awaiting, your selection, Whether it he I .NECKWEAR, HOSIERY, f Handkerchiefs, Gloves, V 9 ewglry, Toilet Articles, q f 9 MEN'S f FULL DRESS SHIRTS. ncccc qhirtQ Y 9 f BOWS, ETC, .NEW STYLES IN COL- I LARS AND CUFFS, 9 The Studs, LinK Buttons, 9 The Conventional Gloves, X f ;f everything' ese need- ? flc J We are open until 12 o'clock to-day Should I I you have forgotten some- q f thing we will be glad to f serve tou. $ I 42 422 42 i. 42 "i 7th St. Pure and clean. AHTHIK H. SMITH, 4th and I sts. ne.; "Mass. ave nnd P tt- ne . and 9t!i and IC htanw Vhone KKT - al-lm X&tt&& You Can't Buy Or Bake Bread At home tbat equals oir famous ' yt Ah.L"Ii BKtAD." Jth lbo wb!t g Hplnost, jncBi -wbOiesome, it.o uWi o s made. It ctsts no more thnu j-oor breud iV LO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 January 1895

gTsfm-' i!itiir'ifijiyrieve--Tx' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1895, k.,..piiij-.Wii iitni Km I ii iium im m mivii wiTuwr-mo ww a gfsgpErfrrs? KRT 1895 tills morning, and may it be tlie most pros perous 3Tear of your life, is our hearty wisli to all of our friends and patrons. If there is anything needed to complete 3Tour toilet for either afternoon or evening dress we'll be here until noon to suppty it. Correct fashions in CLOTHES. ' COLLARS, GLOVES, . SHIRTS, CTIFS, TIES, and other haberdashery. ROBINSON, GHERY k COi, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. -000-i -3 -$-- 05 lirYou Wanted A Watch nud didn't sot it hero's nn ojmoi- tuulty to get n. t-olid goldstein vlnder for S12.5J. Ca'Q is en graved beautifully. Ought to le $18. r?"do xepa'ring. ,.... r xai c ;,. sio ninth Geo. W. Spier, street. ? t jnt abovp rej'vonuo fO-O&'O&O Ofi" Geo. C- Jjergling. lllPOKTIXG , JAILOJt. 38isrst.. W no2S-eodtf SHOES Tljat wear well; That look well; That feel well; Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 January 1895

5a"W'" t''!"'!SW,0!'KrW''iS5)Sl5Ew'6'li- 'ife5p3Bi'", w?sr 1r" gHE (lMES WHY IS "THE TIMES" SO pOPULARp SIMPLY BECAUSE WILL GLADLY T-iiECEIVE ..SUDSCKIPT10NS. EVERY DAY IN 1895.-- OMEN READ IT. T(XL. 1. 1TO. 290. WAsinsrGTQjsr, o. c, "Wednesday MQ&srrsra, jatjaky 2, isussix pages. 05TE CE2TT. psr -w-75 - a s-A-fa sr"-T7 m -r tnj jnana yv - PRESIDENT CLEVELAND RECEIYES THE WORLD lurists, Statesmen, Diplomats, and Citizens Shake Bis Hand. A PAGEANT OF HUMANITY Many Thousands Watch tlic Displav of Ranis, Riches and Beautv. Hrs. Cleveland, Assisted by the Cabinet Ladies, Did the Honors of the Executivo Mansion Decorations of the Booms "Were 121 noral Everything Passed off Pleas antly STagnificent Spectacle Presented- Bright, crisp, clear, and cold, fall of sun shine nnd fronincss, dawned tho new year of '95. The end of tho century men and women t opened their eyes yesterday morning to And atypical Washington winter morning. The snow lay In patches here and there In tho streets, In t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 January 1895

WIF ' "!f3!y! -tvgK'y ;:t-4? ir!r-?a-yK'?t-. . -a--" 1 .JOJB-J;. pjp,-,. "-liver THE BASHING-TON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1893, -v,vwvffctw THE great number of customers who have so far attended this sale proves that the public still appreciates an honest sale by an honest house. We are now selling every stitch in our house wlthoutone single reserve (excepting plain worsteds), at33 1-3 per cent, discount from marked prices. Every Man's Overcoat and Ulster (including the plain Blueand Black Pooles) every Man's Suit (including the plain Blue and Black Cheviots) every Boy's Suit Overcoat-and Ulster-every Child's Suit Ulster and -Reefer-and all Men's Boy's and Children's, separate pants are subject to the discount. $10 Men's Suits $6.fiT. $:fl Man's 0orcoats IS Mum's Suits JS0. 1S Men's Overcoats SSUB. 90.S Mea' Suktj9.00. fits Mon'sOvorowits S.K. f 15 Mob's bui's $1 PO 1 i Men's Ovwcoats Sh.V9. i6l & Per Cent. DISCOUNT Wt Kea'e Overcoats aajf&'siit5 sar. SjB Men's Oveerwiis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 January 1895

3Si5t!$SpPSpj THE WASHIKaTOK- tftMES, WEDKESPAX, JANUARY 2, 1895. mm ZELLER'S PULL GOT HIM IN TRODBLE The Island Officials Punished the Jockey for Crookedness. BIG CROKD SAW THE SPORT Frnir Favorites and a Third Choice Captured the Five Purses. The Kew Year's Handicap Proved an Excel- lent Eetting Affair, with Ponce de Leon Turnine Tip the Winner "Walcott Finally Found a Soft Spot and Galloped Home a Winner Zeller Ruled Off the Track. Waloott won the first race run in Iho new year, Carter was the first jockey to rido n winner, and the Old Dominion Jockey Club was the first association to ushor in racing in 1SP3. rally 4.000 people were present at the track, and as four favorites carrlea off honors most of the -visitors had a proiitablt outing. The unpleasant foature of yesterdayV meet ing was the bare-facod pulling of Leigh by Jockey Zellor. The officials did not hesitate Jong in punlshinghe jockoy, they ruling hitn off right alter the race, which was the best on tho card. Mi horses...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 January 1895

wJSSWf TIWIW" SJ"5?""W"-vrcs'' i wj f??'irKy-&' ,r ,""jap,u" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1895. The Washington Times (Eveky Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Southwest Corner Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SC, Buiiness Office, 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month ...Thirty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JANUARY 2, 1893. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Aiueriiau House 7th St. and I'a. ave. nw. Arlington The Vt. ae. and Ii st. nw. JSeeknr, t. haa. A Teuunllytown. Bury's 1'hitrinncy. AunocsUa. Cochian.Tho...., 14ih and K sts. nw. Lbhltt Hoube 14th ami l'sts. uw. Ivwins J haru.m-v SAth andOtts. nw. Graham, Chas 11 123022dst nw. iuenthor. Nelson ......5) 1 bt. nw. UnRf, He: inHim 21.13 Pa. nve. nw. Hall, John V 07 G st. nw. llnll bliovmakor bthandKsts.se. Hamilton. 'J ho 14th mid lists ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 January 1895

''!lf?sS!9!sP9l!fPR!SPpS THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2,1895. "?fj,"5 FgeT?V'fT&riE I t o---- 9-w&& &9mim& f i apjgdhppu v f LANoDUKbllB b ! t 9 nm t f f THESE ARE BUSY DAYS. With the fact of stock taking staring us in the face, and the desire to close out a great bulk of merchandise, and straining every effort to accomplish s a m e by tearing the prices out of any shape of former semblance-keeps o u r hands and minds going all the while. The cutting of prices in our Dress Goods stock is especially severe. I2c Plaids, yl4c. Excellent for Waists and Children's Entire Dresses Double fold. 29c Wool Cashmeres, $ 1 8c. The big assortment of colors includes Cream, Pink, Cardinal, Garnet, Navy, Myrtle, Brown, Sap phire, Heliotrope, and Old Rose. 30q Wool Storm Serge, 19c. Excellent for Children's wear. In Navy and Black. 36 inches wide. 35c Henriettas, 1 9c. Two-toned striped ef fects in ten beautiful col or combinations. Suita ble for House Gowns. These are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 January 1895

'i40sr:; - 'sawir?zpTWWlWic'r vp 6 THE WASniNG-TON TOEES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1895. $10.00 Buys HERE a good, reliable Overcoat, well made, stylishly cut, and perfect fit ting. $3 2 lurys a "better one, $15 still a finer one, and so on up to the' finest that can he made. Suits, too, in same range of prices and equally as good val ues and variety. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Iif You Wanted A Watch! nnd didn't cot it hero's nn oppor- Y fUinity to get a bolid goldstom- a winder for 19 53. Cao is en- y f grin ed beautifully. Ought to bo fl8. A I2"Ve do repairing. y f Geo. W. Spier. 3&iKn f fJiiht pIkivii liniiienuo. A SHOES; Thnt -wenr well; That look well; 'Hint feel veil; 'iliat are niado well Our "REGENT," Cork Soles. For men, 3 pain. Twice bs good as many you'll get for that money. EDMONSTON'S, 1334 F St. N. W. WILLIAM iiumnEAD, isua Fourteenth street northwest. Branch oESco and yard, 3109 D elrcct north est 'Phono HW. c-3:no. Z Gas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 January 1895

jil.ro ... -yw-rTET''?'' WHY IS "THE TIMES' 50 POPULAR? SIMPLY BECAUSE CHE C,MES, WILL OLi.Y -fH ECEIVE ..subscriptions. ,OMEN. BEAD IT. EVERY DAY IN 1895. VOL. 1. :no. 291. WASHUSTGTOiSr, D. C, THXTltSDAX MOBKJEKa, JAltfTJABsr 3, 13951' OUR PAGES. OS"JB CENT. Ifmbmm Mopi -v i Hjpg"" "Tpy PI ' WL 1JtQr vv i wpsva mm. E& ""' TOGGING FOR TOGAS IN A DOZEN STATES Senator-Making Apparently a Popular Holiday Pastime. WAXY CHANGES PROMISED Bharp Eights in Michigan, Illinois, Tenne cee, Minnesota. Wyoming, and Othor States Dozen or Twenty How Men May "Be Ejected After March 4 Great Interest Manifested by the Law-makers. "What do you hear from the Senatorial fight in our State?" is the hourly inquiry at the Capitol and among members ot Congress now. It is apparent in this season ot Senator-making that tho United States Senate is to present many new faces and lose many of the old ones alter tbo 4th ol March. The thirty Senators whose terms expire on that date belong to what the Congressio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 January 1895

"flF8 ?F?SffS' fw-.-p-r" r-itjjirffcjjei r rww?t'i nv ' "s,k. '; T V?"i -r5iw-." ,5 - g33 JTf?.ft,f j-fei- -. ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUBSDAX, JAMdAEV 3, 1895. The Washington Times (Eveut Day in the Year.) OWifKD AND ISSIED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. socthwebt col neh pennsylvania atknue an1 Tenth Stkbet Telephone Ecitorlnl Booms, -4SG, Business Office, 887. Trice. Hatty Edition Ono Cent. Sundny Edition. '. Three Cents. )y the mouth .Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, JANUAKY 3, 1803. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Jliueri.au Honfee Ttust and Pa are nw. At. melon, Tlie vt. nve. aud II St. uw. isrker. J. nan. A .TeiiiiailytoTn Bury'. Pharmacy.. . Cx in an. The luMtt hiHbo Kvang 1 lMm&ncy... Urausm. C. as. H. .. Oiii'Htlier. Koloon.... 1Ihp. l.ei jnmin liai..1)UU W llAli S!o)il:er Hamilton, Tha... . Hayes, J. E Hodges, It. B Johnson Hotel Jojce.G. W Klncanncn. It. F. .. KoMuoss.'. '. M... .Lac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 January 1895

PT-BSJWIB!P TELE WASHIjSreTOlSr TIMES, TUTJJRS PAX, JANUARY 3, 1S95. 3 i - W)tf & awyE-tsawr-w" EVENING GOWNS. Huge Sleeves, Low Cut Bodices, and Dar ing Skirts Remain Triumphant. The titno for tho slooveless evening gown is past. Ail lull dross toilets have immenso rieovos as n prominent feature. They do not extend below the elbow, but expand literally to feuch an extent that the butler of a fash ionable family must certainly hao to make an extra allowance of room- between seats when ho sets the table for a dinuer party. The decolletage ns there is no English noun to express the fact that a bodice is cut down around the neck the French word is a necessity) is square, round or straight across in the lately revived old-lnshioued stylo, but it always shows more or less of the shoulders and is not confined merely to tho front of the bodice. Round waists much trimmed are the rule. Skirt" are tight around tbe hips, fitting without n fold or wrinkle, but they expand towurd tho foot un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 January 1895

5"',P,)"'T,f',,g,"""Fr :. -as. 4 TIIE WASHINGTON TI3IES, THUISDAY, JiyTJABY 8, 8f)5. -t - psiq.oo Buys HERE a good, reliable Overcoat, well made, Stylishly cut, and perfect fit ting. $12 buys a better oue, $15 still a finer one, and so on up to the finest that cau be made. Suits, too, in same range of prices and equally as good val ues and variety. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Tha Wear well; That look well; Thntfoel well; That are made well Our "REGENT," Cork Soles. For men. 58 pair. Twice as pood ns many j ou'll get for that money. . EDMONSTON'S, When wo talk we say tomethlug and wiiat t. e siy, wo mean. ftnf-R(13 Seventh St . H.W. UUI UUUUUIUII1HUII III li u N. E. Corner 7th and H Sts.) This Time It's a 1 Matchless IN $ We say matchless, be G cause no other word will 9 quite convey the mean- f f ing. Prices are match- f f less, qualities are un- f ! f equaled (for the price), f f and the Trousers them- f ; 9 selves are faultlessly cut f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 January 1895

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm jmmwM.i-mmgmdKmmifHI' IJWBBVs "W! wPfl!P iwiwiipi pwawmpm mmmmmmm THEA For lis News, Rsad fifs Short and Sure, VOI. 1. NO. 292. WASELTXGrTOS", -D. C, FBI DAT MOKNTNiG-, JA3JUABI 4, 1895 EOtTR PAGES. OJE QMS T. r..- " rv." ',i3 SHDeTOa TIMES. II THOSE BENEFIT Assessed by the Rook Creek Park Commissioners. OX AX "UNKNOWN QUANTITY" People of the Meant Pleasant and Other Enb urban Lalitics Looking After Their Eights Lawyers Eneacod to Tost the Conslit4stionality of the Act of September, 1800 Commission Will Meet To-morrow. People who own lands noartho Rock Crook Park are greatly exercised about tho assess ment1?, the Boole Oroek Park commission pro poses to make. The act of Congress providing Tor the park was passed in September, 18S0. Tho com mission it created was given tho right to con demn such lands as they needed, with the proviso of adequate compensation therefor, and that theso condemnations should bo of forco immediately upon the construction of the map...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 January 1895

PpiSipijPiin wsmgkmt it- )& THE TVASBXN'GTOIT TIMES. FBI DAT. .IASIAKY 4. 1SD5. The Washington Times (Evert Bat ik the Tear.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company THUS-BUILDING, Southwest Cokek Pekksyltania, ayemjk and Tenth Street. Telephono Editorial Booms, 4S6, Business Office, 387. Price, Daily Edition............. Ono Cent. Sunday Edition..... Three Cents. By the month .- Thirty-Arc Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JANUARY 4, 18. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th K. adPa are bw. Arlington. The Vt. ave. attdllfil nw. lieeker, Ou A ToBWtHyJowa. Bury'o 1'harmaey. Anaeafttla. Cochran. The..... 14th and Ksts. nw. Bbbltt House 14th ad Fsft, wr. Evans Pharmacy ui and O eta n. Graham, Chan 11 1259 83d et nw. Guentfcer, Notion. W9 1' st. htt. II ace, norm aan SlSSPn. arc nw. Hall, John W EOT O bt. nw. Hall Shoemaker. 6th and K sts. so. Hamilton, The 14lh nd Kslsuw. Hayes, J. E 205 II at. nw. Hodges...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 January 1895
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