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

nMW"- jmM' w mim j iw.f nil wmmwu i i .Muimmmmgmmmmmmm uipiliiptyjK iiW-iip WIPHP THE WASHHGTO Stfndaij Features in Ire Grisp and Bright ' mw w VOL. 1. iNO. 293. WASHING TOTs, JD. O., SATUBDAT MOmEBrq-. JANPABY 5. ISDo SIX PAGES. 03SE ce:ntt. inuummpww TIMES. JL 1 Times' Directory ....OF.... Prominent Business Firms on Seventh Street. FAMILYSHOE STORE 310-312 'Seventh Street. The Shoe House of Wash ington. DOUBLE STORE. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, Seventh and D Sts. Everything" in Furniture, CarpetSj Upholstery, Draperies and Baby Carriages. UNSBURGH & BRO, THE Prominent Dry Goods House -OF- WASHINGTON. JOHNSTONS', Occupying the two stores, Nos. 729 and 731 7th et , are ilio leaGors In tho Grocery business of Was ington. Their prices are the lowest nnd are rocosmzsd bribe consumer as a guido in purchasing housekeeping supplies. With the addition of their meat market. Trhi-h is now open, tills house can supply your tablo with everything nooled, which makes it a S convenient and comfortabl...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 January 1895

""J"uwyws&,P' WWffWWJ!?mfIK! !l!swmm$imsss'sy!: THE WASHINGTON TIMES, S ATUEDAI, JjUStTJ AEV 5, 1895. . . : . ' r x Pacec "to ie Doors From Early Morn Till Closing: Time Never before since we've been in business have we sold so much clothing in -the same number of days as during this sale. Why shouldn't we be busy-selling such a big up-to-date worthful stock as ours at 1 -3 off marked prices? NOTHING -POSITIVELY NOTH1N G-IS RE SERVED excepting plain worsteds. Every Overcoat mthejiouse Every Ulster in the house Every Suit in the house EveryPair of Odd Pants in the house For Men Boysand Children Isfor sale at 1-3 less than marked-beginning-of-the g j season prices. If you can duplicate these prices for the T same class of goods anywhere else-bring back what 0 , you buy here and get your money. , $6.67 for any $ 1 0 Suit orOvgrcoat j $8.00 for any $ 1 2 Suit or Overcoat $ 1 0.00 for any $ 1 5 Suit or Overcoat $ 1 3.35 for any $20 Suit or Overcoat During this sale. Cor. 7th and 11 V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 January 1895

PWP4!iPPi THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JAKIJARV 5. IS95. BEMOHSEWONO&LLQPIHG Ham Showed How He Could Ride, and Never Was Troubled. JOHNNY WALKED IN A '1XNEKJ Tamult Was Pull of Kunniug and Kan Away from Vagabond and Headlight, the Favor iteB, with Ease Son Erreur Unfaithful to llioso That Thought "EHm Capable of Beat ing His Field Dashing Charlie at Last. i Owing to the promise of the card, the j Alexander Island track was well attended vosterdav and the talent returned in a happy ! Ausiurunj.ttuiiiuc x mood. Although no closo finishes gave the bafkers uneasiness except in the fourth race, I ,,.. rnnpr and Ida E had a warm argu- i when Danger Maifl . l .uaa ' J" UV ! ment. he choices of the majontj went past the judges ilrst. , In the third contest, which contained the best class horses, Ham did not ride P.emorse ; w T , ,.,,.. A as badly as in the Nw ears hnndicap. and , getinghis mount off iu a good position. ' leaned down and took 11 good wrap on the . , . ,. i 1 racer, li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 January 1895

TSESRSS "PTTr .. - ' -rfcF5;vyJrK""" 4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1895 The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Companv TIMES BUILDING, BournwEST Cohneu Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Stueet. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SC, Business Office, S37. Price, Dally Edition Ono Cent Sundny'Editlon Three Cents. By tho month .. Thirty-nvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. 0.. JANUA11Y 5, 1895. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House Vth St. and Pa. ai o. nw. Arlington, The..... Vt. ao. and list nw. Beekor. (.'has. A Teuimllytovu. Bury's J'harniucy. Anacostin. Cochran, Tho 14th and K 6ts. nw. Ebbltt House 14th aud K sts. nw. Eanb J'harinacy Situ nnd O sts. nw. Graham, Clias II I2u032d8t nw. Guenther, Nelson. KM Fst. nw. Ilnge, Hermann 2153 Pa. ao. nw. Hall, John W MGbt mr. Hall Shoemaker. fcth and K sts. so. Hamilton, The Hlh and K stsnw. Haves, T. E 20G II st. nw. Hodsos, I...

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

&vt&pmiiBirfr -"Tfpv ""iST"" "" T'VF" JS 2?''5!!?!?fSe?7 'JPWPPfjppppipiW! THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1S95. pfW J LANSBUBOH a f Open Until 9 To-night. IOc Cucumber Juice Soap until closing time to night will be sold 4 cakes Tor 25c. 25c Worsted Mittens for Ladles and Children I9c. LAD1ES1WARM HOSIERY.. Ladies' Unbleached f Fleece-Lined Hose, Double f Heel and Tos. f 25c. ? Ladies' Fast Black Fleece Lined Hose, Double Heel and Toe, 35c. 3 PaIrr?oTsi 00. Children's Knee Protec tors will save the wear of 5 PAIRS OF HOSIERY. Jersey Knee Protectors, 25c. Leather Knee Protectois, 39c. DonH forget our Clos ing Out Sale of Bargains. I 42). 422. 424, 426 7tli St. $ 1 -- - & -O - Nothing But Coal. lat tUat h all you want wbon you. buy l;ut article. A ion bought linro means 2,210 pounds of pure COAL nucsets without the rocks "C elaio or dirt. Our pleasing prvs tnnke plump purst-s "ipht's grade fuel at "scorched'' Scutes like those: PKA tJAL . $1.25 tho ton. OHE-TM'T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 January 1895

W'upppp PPfPfSfpP r-3r 7-r-gssgs ;ewW?,Tw'Rwjw:Ts3a&- THE TFASIIIKGrTOiN" TIJttES, SATURDAY, JATJABY 5, 1895. MAkF A y ML SI ja Si r r- UP YOUR mind just liowinucli you want to pa' for a SUIT or OVERCOAT. Then come HERE for it. We guarantee to give you a FINER, more fashionable, and bet ter fitting one for the inone than any other store in town, no mat ter whether it's a $10 one, a $50 one or one of the many in termediate grades. fiOBINSd, CHERY & GO, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. f Our Great Stock-tak-m in& Sale ends to-night. J Tin then ONE-THIRD V OFF everything. V When we Make a Reduction fc's Genuine. When we say we'll take a third off a third goes off the regular price marked on the article. Prove it by com paring: the prices we'll qucte to you during out RE DUCTION sale, with those others are asking for the same articles. The result will be sufficient evidence of the fact. We'll tell you about Side boards to-day. Our stock of them Is magnificent, ...

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

ipipwi Washington Women Read For Woman's Glilb Nbws. VOL. 1. ISO. 29i. WASHIGTO, D. C, SUNDAY MOBETNG-.- JATJAEY (5, 1S95 TWELTB PAGES. THKEE CEKTS. Jii'wgB!lBgpjWHJ,jgBltll ,- HUiqiailiUJ!JfliiMiiji BL'JP'WW- lis for ubuslk bill Canvass and Caucus Prospects Are Very Discouraging. COCKKAN Si'EAKS IN OFF OS1TION froliminary Investigation Boes Hot Give Knca Encouragement Democrats Eefuse to Go Into the Caucus if They Are to le Bound by Its Action Kr. Cockran Gives Kis Benson for Opposing tho Proposition. The currency bill liafl rather n hard day of it in the House yesterday. A. pretty carelul canvass of the House showed that it appa rently lacked a good many votes to pass it, the call for a caucus was greeted with a cold refusal to consider it binding, nnd the bill it Eolf was roundly denounced by that distin guished and influential Democrat, Hon. Uourko Cockran. So, on the whole, tho day was not a pleasant or promising one for tho measure. One of the most important features of the da...

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

MWWIWWWi'W THE WASHINGr-TOl (TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1895. J 803 JPENN. AVE. 803 2 Bet. Sth and 9th Streets. ' Market Space. 7 j. AT POPULAR 3H lii-morrow a Chance 50 BELOW our ACTUAL COST-that REDUCTION is no FAKE have done so BECAUSE we have stiH MUCH, TOO MUCH CLOTHING on hand no use TO CARRY it OVER--the NEW TARIFF on WOOLENS will anyhow cut off 50 per cent, of the present value ori clothing for next fall trade is it not WISER to-selHt UNDER THESE CIRCUMSTANCES? Come and See Mrseta Oar STYLISH SUITS in Show Windows Nos. 1 and 2, at $5, '$6.50, $7, $9.50, $10, $12.50. PLENTY OF THEM in ALL SIZES-will GLADLY SHOW YOU whether you BUY or NOTi Show Window No. M C-r nnf) CC CO will buy single and Cb allQ OO'OU double-breasted Sack tails, made in noat Cusslmere Mixtures. S6.50 and $7.00 K?E breasted Sack yuits. mad in buy sin- I dcumc- nobby Scotch Tweeds good aud reliable lining. TQ CQ Cfl snrl CQ will buy smglo 3)0j OO.QU aiiU $3 and double breasted Sack Suits, made in stylish pat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

mtgmmmmsmmtm: mmi!wmmmwmmmtBfi THE WASHINGTON TIMES, .STENT) AY, JANTJAEY, !895. 3 fflWWpHWBW3tggiyg'ggi(WHg I The Climax. Is ReachedThe Turning Point Has Come. I The Greatest most stupendous sale of the Era will be inaugurated TO-MORROW Monday morning, January 75 when we'll make to order and give you your choice of any pair of $10.25 Grades. $9.25 Grades. . . $825 Grades and French Worsteds in neat stripes, also Black and Blue Worsteds, Doeskins and Scotch Cheviots. If you're not now in need, 'twiil pay you to anticipate your wants and leave your order now. I Overcoats and Suits? :":- I 943 pbnna; , avr: n:--;-w. i i WILL THEY CLOSE THE TRACK? Question of Jurisdiction Over Alexander Island Before Attorney General Olney. Tho question of jurisdiction over Alexander Island, which, as announced yesterday in The Times exclusively, will soon be raised in the United States court for the eastern dis trict of Virginia, was the subject of much discussion among lawyers and racing men liero ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

THE 'WASHESjSTOIir TES, SUDAYv,. JJSJXvViAJB.Yi 6, 1895. 191 " TlfOT -BBT Pi ALMOST MIRACULOUS. J" !. ff J ft ) Another Bough Betlc ta ... ? - : At Last tljj? formation of a league mmmm KE&ftiorids Longfellow's Son "Cleverly De feated Judge MoHahon's-Colt. Sick anil Almost Dead People Broughf Back to Health. Another Brancli SliaEenI ; toflayjasket-ball. ,ttUttW Wit -'4liiJ ja 4 f What, is left over from the- hoird&y season will noW'be 'reduced to cost . FOB THIS WEEK ONLY. Another Chapter in. the Record ofGreaff Events Herel - - To-morrow morning we Every Man's Every Man's On our Third Floor-that is marked $28, $27. SO, $25, $22.50; .ad20-for what not its value-not even jt'saotual cost but less a paltry See IN SUITS I -- Single-breasted Sacks, "' r Double-breasted Sacks, " ' ' Piccadilly Sacks, - - 3-button Cutaways, - " ,r, 4-bntton Cutaways, . Regent Cutaways, that are made up of the verv finest, most fashionable patterns in imported fabrics. Tail ored as fine as can be fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

THE WASHINTOF TIMES, SUN DAY, JANUARY 6,1895 AKUSEHEHTS. K"PT?"NT A TVP LYCEUM THEATRE. . . . OuJCf.I.JL 1 X.xl O Mats. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. BEGINNING TO--MOHRPW NIGHT AT a THE FAMOUS Rentz - Stley NOVELTY AND BURLESQUE CO. EVERYTHING NEW NOVEL BIUG I1T BREEZY. A Magnificent rirst Tart Entitle! A SHAKESPEARIAN CARNIVAL. A Gorgeous Now Burlesque, VENUS AND APOLLO UP-TO-DATE. The Most Elaborate Series of ...LIVING PICTURES... EVER PRESENTED. PRETTY GIRLS. CLEVER COMEDIANS. CATCHY MUSIC. LIVELY DANCES. SENSATIONAL FEATURES. NEXT- WEEK - - - IRWIN BRO'S, SPECIALTY COMPANY. AMUSEMENTS. NEW NATIONAL THEATER, One Week, Commencing MONDAY, JAN. 7. Only Matinee Saturday. FRANCI LSON AND COMPANY'S Magnificent Comic Opera Production, Libretto by J. Cheever Goodwin. Music by E. Jakobowski (composer of Erminle). THE COMPANY: Francis Wilson, Rhjs Thomas, J. C. Miron, W J Lavcriy, J. B. Challlee, Miss Amanda Fabris, Mies Lulu Glssor, Miss Josephine Knapp, Miss Christie McDonald, Miss Ame...

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

TTTPV WASHINGTON TIMES., SITS D AX. JAUtTAJRY 6. 1895. The Washington Times (Eveky Day in the Year.) owned and issrEu by Th& Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Southwest ConEB Pennsylvania avlxuk and TENTH STUEET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SG, Business Offlce. 287. Trice, Dally Edition Ouo Cont. Sunday Edition Thieo Cents. By the mouth Thirty-Svo Cents, i WASHINGTON, D. C.. JANUARY G, 1895. j THE WASHINGTON TIMES I can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Amerunn House ....'ihst and Pa avo nw. Arlington, Tlie.. Vt. me. sndlULnir. Keektir. L baa A lennallytowa Bury's Pharmacy Anncostia. Cochran, The ..14th and K sta. nw. Ebbitt House - ..11th and P fels. nw. Evans I'barmac-y STitb and O ta nw. Graham. Cbcs U ... .1250 &M st nw. Gucntucr, Nelson KJ9 F st. nw. Ungc, Henuann 21K5 I'a avo. nw. Hall. John W TJOTGbt. nw. 'Hall frboemaSer fcth and K tta. sa. Hamilton. The Htbnd K stsuw. Hayes, J. E 20C II st. nw. Bodges, It B 12121'a avo nw ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

L,l,l, IJU J4I 11 II IllWpjilPip THE WASHINGTON TIMES, StJN DAY, JNTJARY 6, 1895. l LANSBOBBHv- m I f A Genuine $ A Genuine Reduction in Fine Cloakings. . There is a reason for our doing this. Our Annua! Round-Up Sale is in progress. We are anxious to close out these Fine Goods during this sale-which sale is a forerunner of stock taking time. These Cloths arc of Ihc Ncivest 54 IN. ROUGH CHEVIOTS All-wool. In mixtures of Tan. Closingr-out' Price, $1.25 yard. 56in. PLAID HOMESPUNS Strictly all-wool. In Tan and Brown. ; Closing-out Price, $1.25 yard. IMPORTED CAMEL'S HAIR PLAIDS, 48 in. wide. Closingr-out Price, $1.25 yard. f ? f t f f t I f f t 46 in. BOUCLE COATING. Excellent for children's wear. Closingr-out Price, $1.50 yard. 54 in. CLOTH CHECKS in high colors, suitable for Misses' Wraps. Closingr-Out Price, $1.50 yard. If 3ou are at all bent on saving mone-, tlie op portunit' is now in 3rour grasp. The goods all over our store are so ef fectively cut that the in cision is immediat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

,117" 8 THE WASHIiNTOar TIMES, SB JSTDAlf, JANUARY 6 1895. secret society Domes Hatters of Interest to Brethren Who Meet on the Quiet. ThoTioblo3 of Almas Temple re-elected by a practically unanimous vote Harrison Ding man potentate of tbe temple nt the annual session. The result was never .for a fraction of a moment in tloubt, but when the ballot was cast the Sbrino 6lmplywent wild. No potontnto bas. or ever will, do more for his temple than Noble Dingnwn. Ho has been the life and soul of the Mystio Shrine in this city. He has endeavored successfully in a thousand ways to promote the prosperity and nationalize the name of Almas in the Hnrlno circles of the country. In every system of Masonry be bns tbo'warmest and tbo best of friends, and in the Shrine especially the nobles have learned to love him with the deepest and mast sincere affection. Among those knighted during tho year were tho following: George II. Albertson, Boss P. Andrews, John A. Barthel, Edward E. Barton, Henry C. B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

pWfHjJ TH.a vASHJGSTGTOK TIMES SUNDAY, JANUARY 6,1895. J. ,i J r . I m The Paths They Should Tread Through Societies' Highways.' Mrs. A. A. ROCKWELL. ConSpirilo. in & ;&. -. . -"j . ' 1."7jumnft t-T ..,. y -3!" gzf;fig SETS THAT SHOULD BE AVOIDED Caution to Ee Observed in Choosing Friends Avoid Identification with, a Clique Tho Greatest Temptation of All Always Bo the Pink of Perfection in Tcilet JUattors Natural Gifts Should So Cultivated. EW uf fa 13 4 vl Q Til t ' J2n---idO)JLd 1 "H. -. $- -sHb ' ''"7 fh --i- 13 i -;.: - is. ci .. .;. -'T . Terr i - u- iTgyr-. . a i fe r-ri . 6 - ' tt-? - U ': s 5zazz Let tho homely girl who Is just boRinuins her flrst season mako up her mind, early in tho winter as to what "sot" she means to bo in. Tuero is no place so largo .or so small that people of like tastes in society do not tend to congregate and seek each other's company. Everywhere one is sure to find the fast set, and tho erious sot, tho musical, tho literary-, tho religious, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

1 4fllp "TW - - ry-37 T" 10 THE WASKINaTOr TXMES, SUNDAY, JANTJA1T 6,1895. GLHRENGE. Br BnET Haute. Author or "The Luck or Koarlnc Camp,'1 "Two -Men of Sandy Bar," &c. ICopyright, 1891, by Bret Harte. PART n CiurTEE VII Ifot a word was exchanged till they had reached the lower landing and Brant's privato room. Dismissing his subaltern and orderly with a sign, Brant turned toward his prison ers. Tho aunty ease, but not tho self-poses-.Blon. had gone from Lagraago's face; the eyes ol Capt. Taulkner wero fixed on nis older companion with a half liumorous look ot perplexity. "I am a'rold I can only repeat, genoral, that our foolhardy freak has put us In colli sion with your sentries.-" tald Lagrange, with a slight hauteur that replaced h s for morjnuntiness, "and wo "wero very properly made pr.souers. If you will accept my parole, I havo no doubt onr commander will proceed to exchange a couple of gallant fel lows of j-ours, whom I havo had tho honor of mooting within our own lines, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

wu xfyTr',mf yYiVvv,tffpg THE WASHIN &TOK TIMES,' rSTIJN DAY, JAK"TJA31X , fS95. IX SIGNS OF AH AWAK5NIHC. Indications of More Active Business in the ashinston Stock Market. - Tho movements in the Washington flunncinl market during tho week were principally in connection with tho disbursement of divi dends and a pasting around for reinvestments. "While transactions were as limited as hereto fore, there are eigns of a little awakening. What business was dono showed tho firm ness of tho market, and when taken in con nection with tho bid and ask d prices reliecVe a decidedly sanguine sentiment. Rates for money remain unehnnged at 5 por cent, for call on collaternl loans and 6 percent, on mercantile discounts. Tho showing of tho Washington bunks at the doss of 1891 is an excellent one. Tho National Metropolitan liank and National Capitol Bank showing especially largo in crruses in deposits. Locul merchants repoit a large lnnio of Christmas Ira lo. fairly satisfactory becnuso most of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 January 1895

PffPSfSsppppRs-SSS'lllS! 12 THE WeHrNGTGN TIMES, STJ DAY, JAjSTJ ART fl, 1895. ALL Of OUR DRESS SUITS are made from reliable fabrics; are fashionably cut, aiid t? perfectly We have the 011I3'' complete stock ill town. That's why -we sell more of them than all other stores combined. Prices begin at $20 and end at $50, which Includes every grade worth, having, from the cheapest that is reliable to the finest made. Let us supply yours. We guarantee 3-011 better gar ments than you can, get elsewhere for same mone3 R0B1S0N, CHER! & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. S-5-5 -3-:--3 D '& I The Columbia Automatic Filter. The ncknowlolced test filter made lutoimiiicla filtering and C cm ing. Largely patronized bj the covo-iuiiut. 'We hao tlip ap encj lor it and -nill put ouo in your be use on trial lor 3J daj lreo of cost. ! Bedroom This week. We're In position to quote you prices that'll surprise you. Not low prices v on cheap suites but low prices on good, reliable ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 January 1895

pippipir' j j,jf ja-sj yiB"-MWs!(S! "H??3g; Washington Women Read For Its Spicu Social Gossip. VOL. 1. HtfO. 295. WASHXNGT03Sr, JD. C, HOBDAY MOEIHKGJ-, JAKTTABY 7, 1895 FOTJTt PAGES. OE CE2STT. Heart Failure Ends the Life of the Illinois Congressman. WAS SiCK ONLY OM3 DAY Lcute Gastritis, the Probable Besult or Dys pepsia, the Contributing Cause of Death The Bemains to Bo Taken to Chicago To night, Escorted by Committees from Sen ate and Eonse Sketch of an Active Life. Gen. Philip Sidney Post, member ot Con gress from the Tenth district of Illinois, died at the Hamilton House in this city yesterday morning after an illness of but one day. His death was from heart failure resulting from acute gastrins. For some time ho had been suffering at intervals with attacks which physicians pronounced dyspepsia, bnt hud at tended to his Congressional duties unremit tingly. He passed the holidays at his homo in Illinois and reached Washington Wednes day. Early Saturday morning ho was seized wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 January 1895

7-iW",fwJp ?9gK5S--i?TWg il9WiW!-ar'fe.-sf wK5wSS??555?SS55 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MOJfDAT, .TANTTAKY 7, 1895. The Washington Times (Eveby Day is the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES DU1LDIXG. BomiwEST CoiMEn Pesxsylyanu Avenue axd TEKin Stkeet. Telephone Editorial Rooms, ISC, Business Office, S37. Price. Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C JANUARY 7, 1S95. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: luoiiean House 7th St. and I'a avo nvv. Alilugtcm, Tho.. Vi, ae. and list nw. Jievkr, ChaK A 'leuiiallyluuii. Uury's l'linrmacy ...Aur.ccstSn. Codnau,Tho 14th and K bis. nw EbUtt House llihandl'sts. rnr. Evmts ihartnacy. 35th nud O ats. nw. Grnhatn, CIns U I2T.0 Sid at nw. Oniithor, Kelson. 5-JU F St. mv. Huge. Hermann -'15 l' ate mr. Hal!, John W T07 G bt mv. Hnll Shoemaker feth and K sts. se. Hamilton. The th r.d K slsuw. JIrvg,J. Ji SOGHsLmr...

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