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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 January 1895

"FPappwiP! ;?sC. -Pj-tV THE WASHIHaTOX TIMES, MONDAY, JANFAKT 7, 1895. taWMWWMWMMMi"wMaW",WM'MIIW"MMn,MWW"W'W I LnliUUUlBUlljl m f f f ! m f Onr Annual I Round-up Sale ? Begins To-day. t f Cn' Lot Ch Idren's Worsted Caps, Worth up to SI.OO, Exit Price, One Lot T Ladies' Drab Corsets, f f Sizes 27, 23,21, and SO. $ Wire CI. 00. f Exit Price, 25c. One Lot Ladies', Misses' and Children's 25c Worsted Mittens. Exit Price, 17c. One Lot Ladies' Knitted Skirts, In White and Colors. Worth 68c and 75c. Exit Price, - 39c " 420, 422, 424, 42') 7th St. I T T Cutting f Cown Expenses ? Dcesn't neces-itati living less oomfortabty if jou MARKET at ur storea Everything you've 1 eeu accustom sd lo, you can got Tho difference between what you have paid aud -.vhat you'll pay now is w here the economy shows itse.t t f now u nrp tiio .riTiriiTiTr vnnwn ? t To-day's Specials Prove prices particularly pocr. y 5 lbs. Rest Elgin Rutter $1 SO A Shriror's Com. can S CIS A Tomatoes, can. S CTS. V Lard, pound 8 C...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 January 1895

wjtpf SSpPSSJ3?S!WR?T"iH " Th fmpnf. T jpj.'!5KS- tT;j.-3M(g'epy TsjBBijBieW""- ri" W "5J3!?,SPe-f'!35iW5i'1'V9 - TKIWf--rww: THE WASHINGTON TIM.ES MONDAY, JANTJABY 7, 1895. By Far The best suit of clothes for men ever sold in Wash ington for the price is a lot of basket weave cheviot, long cutaifray sacks, that we are offering at They are a neat black and gray pin check pat tern, are absolutely ALT- WOOI?, well made, and will FIT perfectly. Plenty of other styles at the same price and higher, and all better values than you can find elsewhere. ROBINSON, CHERT! & CO, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. WASHINGTON, D. a Kow open. European plan. Tor ladies and p outlomen, ABSOLUTELY uroproor throughout. .Every ncor lighted by electricity and boated by Bteam Coimrteto et.u pinunt of publ.c and pri Tnte baths, decant Calo and Ladies' Restau rant 3 rivate dining-rooms and Danaiiet-ioom. Theater parties a specialty. B. W. VKAZlEIt, Manager. JuT-lino Xo matter how tou injure ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 January 1895

ggw3lwpyaelff ON TIM Washington Women Rsad For Its M Illustrations. -uwrrepayMP"" Trsl VOL. 1. 2TO. 296. THEY CUT OFF & BIG SLICE District Appropriations Passed Upon by the Full Committee. $1,793,827 LESS THAN ESTIMATE Jtcarly Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Less Than the Budget for the Current Fiscal Year Provision "Made for a New.Engine house and Equipment Eovenucs More Than Sufficient for the District's Share. Tho Appropriations Committee ol the Ilouse JeEterday passed upon the District of Colum bia appropriation bill. The total amount rec ommended Is. exclusive of tho water depart ment, 5,169,187.97, of which sum tho general government is required to pay 62,594,593.93, being one-half of tho whole. Tho total amount recommended is $1,793,827 less than the estimates submitted. The amount appropriated for th current fiscal year is $5,385,759.97, being 19s672 rnoro than is r ecommended for 189G, and tt whole nmount recommended, including the water department, is 6223,031.32 lees tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 January 1895

-i"ywrafeT-T!r'"ij!3B?7Jf-5- &sr S7CSipfS"v yj 'WW ''ra-rTrW?5!Wqf- THE WASHIKGTOIS- TIMES, TUESDAY, .TAJNTJARY 8, 1S95. VT-'r "?-w"-r ' The Washinikon Times (Eveky Day ik toe Yeah.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIS1F.S BUILDING, SomivrEsr Coimjii 3'kkxsylvania Avenue and Tenth s-tkuet Teloiibone Editorial Itooins, 4SC, Business OITlco, 337. Prlco, Dally Edition One Cout. Sunfluy Edition...... Throe Cents. Bytlio mouth .. TUiitj-llvo CVnta WASHINGTON, D. C. JANUAltY 8. 1893. .Snh&crJbcrsi to "The Timc" wiU confer a favor by promptly reportiiiu any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by r ail or in person Mill receive nrompt attention. 1'apcrs should be de livered toall parts or the city by 0:30 o'clock each moraine, including Sunday. STOP IT IN TEE SENATE. The dilemma of the Democrats in Congress is lairiT-n'.aulo. Not one rneasuro of great importance 1ih been acted upon without sac rifice of princ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 January 1895

rs9Fvs9yiffSS ri - fTsrMHP- J? a THE TTASmifrGTOr TIMES, TUESDAY, JA2TC AH Y 8,1895. L0K0SH0TS II 11 1 Only One Favorite tended tor the Talent at 'Alexander Island. BOBOLINK VICTOR BY A NOSE Exciting Finish -with Mask in the-XaBt Bace, After the -Xatter Seemed "Hopelessly Beaten in the Heavy Going Thiers L. Snlkod and Would Not Try a Yard "Until Too Xate Con Lucy Also Stowed. One after another the favorites sank in tbo soa of mud at -the Alexander Island track yesterday. Bobolink hejug tho only first choice to -win. Tho frost coming out of the ground caused the going to be soft -iiud mushy, nnd mud larks had tho' call nil dav, although the public was not able to pick them but. The last wub the race ofthe day. as it fur nished a splendid contest, nnd n heart ills ease finish, Bobolink just managing to Vent that roguo, Mask, on the post by tin eyclnsh. Johnny, Rtringfellow, and, tho two first horses were heavily played. The Winner was quoted at S to 5 at the opening, but 9 to 10 was J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 January 1895

4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1895. I F You are a judge of neck wear values you'll fulty appreciate the quality of the neckwear we sell at 5 They are precisely the same qualities that others ask 75c. and $1.00 for, and, besides, we give you about live times the vari ety to select from. All the popular shapes in newest colors, combina tions, and patterns. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. (D?c Bcticigl?, "WASHINGTON, 1). C. o Now open. European plan. For ladio3 and rentlemen. ABSOLUTELY flroproot throughout. ory iloor lighted by electricity and heated by suim Complete equipment of public and pri vate baths. Elecnnt Cnfo and Ladies' Restau rant. 1 rirate MiuluK-roonib and Daunuet-rooni. Theater parties a specialty. U. W. TKAZIEH, ilannger. a7-lmo The Beiford's 25c. Lunch Is one of tho best meals serred in this city. Menu always con- tains two kinds of Soup Fish Meat Two Vccetables and Dessert. Splendid parlors. I'o- lite, att utive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 January 1895

HE WASfflMTOI TIMES. Washington Women Read Because It's a Home Paper bniWq-, TOI,. 1. 2JTO. 297. WASHED GTOlsT, D. C, WEDNESDAY MO JANUARY 0, 1895 3TOITR PAGES. ONE CENT. It Stands No Show Whatever to Be Enacted Into Law. ITS AUTHOR AT THE CAPITOL fi-nxiozfl Consultation with Speaker Crisp and Eepresentativcs Caterings and Cox Pos sibility of the "Withdrawal of the Meas ure Senator Vest Declare3 That No Fi nancial Legislation Can Be Got Through. The Carlisle currency bill is dead. At least it js auout to die, nlthongh tlio exact manner of its death has not been determined. The result of the caucus held on Monday afternoon created consternation among the ardent advocates of the measure. They saw just what their strength was, while the op position took renewed courage and came to the House yesterday morning predicting a failure of the measure. A reporter for Tuk Times canvassed twenty prominent Demo crats this morning, two of whom were mem bers of the Committee on Banking and Cur ren ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 January 1895

- iyfPWfWppfepBiWi l? THE WASHIJNTGrTON TIMES,' WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 9. 1895. 2 t The Washington Times Evert Dat in the Year.) OWNED JCJD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Southwest Coeker Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 436, Business Office, 237. Prico, Daily Edition - One Cent Sundny Edition Three Cents. Bv the month..... Thirty-flvo Centa WASHINGTON D. 0., JANUARY 9, 1695. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints either by irai! or in person -will receive crompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by G:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. THE BALANCE WHEEL SENATE. Our highly respoetnblo but slow moving Senate has acquired n reputation for being a time-servine obstructor of public good. Its ancient rules, long established precedents, and laborious customs aro not popular with the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 January 1895

s THE WASni3STGTOX TIMES, "WEDGES DAY, JANUARY 9,1895. ' 'i m o$-&-s-393 ; K iff kflKsfi ft C-OSING OUT r, $ OUR STOCK OF GAMES. ? q See theieduction we hve e n det) close out whit we fi rac on hand: f JACK STRAWS, LOST HEIR, JACK AND GILL, I HERALDRY, f FISH POND, Etc. f Worth 35c. ! ! 5c. LOST IN THE WOODS, SO CIABLESNAKE, LOTTO, ' ' NELLIE ISLY, CHECKERS, Etc. Were 50c. arid 68c. 29c. s; TELEGRAPH O J ; LOUISA, PILGRIM'S PROG RESS, RACE AROUND THE WORLD, IMPR O FED FISH POND. Etc. Were SI.OO. 54c. 7i-e Bocks must be out f this vesk. If you need a f Tew Books to fill in your f Libray, a belter opportu- nity than nov never was. ?,-...- at 1-5 Publishers X r V t '.w .Prices. ? XXwf l 21, 4J2. 424. 42i 7ih St. I 9 Going ? I Marketing 1 a Is a i1easureTThen yoa raarkK it V oit torfe. No waltjiiK arornd fdamp aib'.es, no felandim; in Acmp places And there'b even thing the ftna ket affords attractivrlr dis- Inynl for your iiiipflction. Prirfb like theso: f To-day's Specials. h ra Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 January 1895

""- JHH !,fPlPiP mWST "fSreSySSS" THE WASHINGTON TIM.ES; AVEDNESD.T, JANTTABY 9,1895. EVENING . DRKSS CLOTHES tliat are correct in style, re liable in quality, and per fect in FIT are HERE as '" low as $20.00 for the entire suit. Finer ones at all prices, up to $50 for the veiy best made. Also the correct styles in SHIRTS, COI LARS, CUFFS, GLOVES, TIES, and other furnishings for even ing wear. The biggest and best stock in town at less than others' prices. Robinson, Gheru Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. (El?e llalcicsl, WAMIINUTOX, I) C. """ Tfow opnn. European jrtan. For lodlei and rPHUemon. AIlMU.l'TKLY nrnprtxH throughout. Jivary nor HruUkI by clctrleity anil heated by fcteirm t'ouitfete .,u.'iiiont of public and rri xato baths Kl ecu nt I ofo and l-adtes' Kostnu raiit J rival dlnluR-rcoms and iwmr.o:-rrom 'Jtiwif-r parties u iocialty U. W PltAXIElt, Manager j7-lmo I The Belford's 1 25c. Lunch Is ouo of the b.-st meals served in Uils city Menu always con- mill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 January 1895

- Jgg sa-y "5Ggw!&" -- ? SSL HEWA TIMES. Washington Women Read Because It's a Home Paper- VOL. 1. 2TO. 298. wASHiGTonsr, jd. c, tjitjbsday mobniGt, January ios is95---eottr pages. O-ECET. SHlfeON i minora 1 It Is in the Senate, anil There's Really No Hope at All. SILVER MEN ARE IN THE KAY ffce House Gives theCurrency Bill a Final Turn-downjby a Vote of 124 to 129 Sen ator Voorheea "Will Get the Finance Com mittee Together Over the Currency ttnea, tion Hill's Opportunity to Offer a Bill. The only hope Jor tbo currency bill is in tbo Senate. " Silver Senators being complete masters of tbo situation, there is but small probability that they will psrmit any measure to go through that body that would be accepted by the administration. These Senators declare they will accept nothing less than free coinage of silver, though they are not inclined to insist on tho ratio of 1C to L They would give their approval of n ratio of 20 to 1. The action of tho House yesterday in vot ing against t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, ,THUKSDAT, JAMTJAKY 10. 1895. The Washington Times (ETCBT DAT IN THE YZUS. OWNED ACT ISSUED BY Hie Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Bocnrnxsr Cokkee Eekkstltakxa Atenux and Tenth Stbeet. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 456, Business Office, 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cont. Sunday Edition ..Three Cents. By the month..... Thlrty-flvo Cents. I WASHINGTON, D. a. JANUARY 10, 1895. X1 ' '" Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor br promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by trail or in person 'will receive prompt attention. Papers should bo de livered to all parts of the city by 6:30 O'clock each morning, including Sunday. SIOP HABMFUL AGITATION. Representative Springer's statement that ho proposes to continuo his efforts to pass tho Carlisle bill sounds more like the vnporlngs Ol a boastful enthusiast than tho expression of a cool-headed legislator. Should tho bill pass the Hou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 January 1895

b -. k"s!' ?!1'Si- -W -"rsp? THE WAHHSTGTOSr TIMES, THURSDAY, JANTTARX 10, 1895. 6 &&-&&m& 3eo f n SBBfft?8BfP&iR!3 iain !fl NOT MANY MORE OP EITHER. f TU'e f.rOrl ftoou 'A o ' in.- Vwi itiI no V I reduced our Stock of y Worsted Hoods, Fascina- $ tors and Skirts. What is left goes into our Clear- 9 ance Sale. Of course bpe- 7 cial Prices then prevail. f On'y t 100 Now Left Children's Worsted I Hoods, 9) Worth 50c and 75c. lC Ladies' Hand Knit Fascinators, 25c y One Lot Ladies' All-Wool Knitted Skirts, In Red, Navy Blue, Garnet, Pink, Light Blue. Finished with three rows of Col ored Bordering. Good width and length. Perfect fit ting around the V waist, with draw $ string. f Only 98c f These are strictly "Needabies:" and worth" your immedi- X f q ate consideration. OCEXS--O-O -5S-Qo -0- & &&" -S i fto call and see what rare opportunities there are in this great Carpet and Fur f niture House. f In straightening up stock f after the great rush inci te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 January 1895

&"-Sff?f j'fWMW fiaiissmsigriye ?v P5 THE WASHTNGTOK TIMm THTRSB-A.T.; rTAXXJ 1 v 70, We Have plenty of all sizes in both double and single breasted sacks of those handsome, fashionable, - perfect fitting,rough black Cheviot Suits at $15.00. Compare them with Ahat others offer at that price and 3'ou'll readily see that our reputation as sellers of the best clothes is founded upon facts. - Robinson, Cheryl Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. What is left over from the holiday season will now be reduced to cost FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. There is left every variety of these pre cious JEWELS to se lect from THE IN VESTMENT IS SAFE AND GOOD. Rings that were S25.00 are S20.00. Rings that were S15.00 are SH.50. Earrings that were S75.00 are S52.50. Earrings that were S200.00 are SISO.OO. Pendants that were SIOO.OO are SSO.OO. Pendants that were S30.00 are S22.50. Our S5.00, S7.00, and SIO.OO Ear studs. Our S3.00, S7.00. and S15.00 Rings. Our SIO.OO, S14-.00, and S20.00 Pendan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 January 1895

THE WASfflMf TIMES. -Washinflton WomBn Read BBGaUsB It's. a Home Paper TOIi. 1. 3JfO. 299. WASBDOsTGTO, JD. C, FBIDAY MOBiNTHGr, JAKUAEY 11," 1895 FOUH PAGES. ONJE CENT; HQPINGAOMNST&LLHQPE Friends of the Currency Bill Mak ing a Last Stand. SENATE FINANCIERS AT WORK They "Will Xeceive Tentative legislative Propositions and Use These As a Basis of Discussion Senator Vest Has a Bill Possibility That President Cleveland May Make Another Try in the House Shortly. The meeting of the Senate Committee on Finance was held, yesterday in accordance with the call issued "Wednesday, but was en tirely devoid of results, unless vague promise that there should bo n bill for consideration by Saturday may be accepted as such. The Republican members mndo the point early in the proceedings thnt talk was of com paratively little value as long as there waB no legislative proposition before them. The Xoroo of this suggestion was admitted by the Democratic members, but they explained that they had con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 January 1895

s0Mmmfm Pllr'r:fw: - THE WASEJjtfeTOl TIMES, EEIDAX, JANTJAUT II. 1895. ThBWastiinflton Times (EVEHr DAT IN THE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, BOmnVEST COKKEK PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AM) , TENTH JsTKEET A Telophono Editorial Rooms, 430, Business Ofilce, 237. Trice Dally Edition One Cent. Suuday .Edition ..Three Cents. By the month .. Thlrty-flvc Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. 0.. JANUABY 11, 1695. Subscribers to "The Tiroes" it ill confer a favor by promptly reporting any discour lesy of collectors, or ncslcct of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by Trail or in person will rccche nrompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. K0 OVEEHEAD WIBEF. The Commissioners are to be commended for taking every possible legislative precau tion against the erection of additional over head wires in this city. Their latest act, in this respect, is the insertion of a prohibitive pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 January 1895

"" SBWiwil w Tip'cy jfoJV W' 'WlWWW" THE WASHIraTO TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1895.' YOU " WILL WANT TO HURRY UP. Brln this List with you. The End Has Come. We close our Book De partment to-iii orrow (Sat urda3'). Every book in stock for less tlian cost f price. This Is an excel f lent opportune to re J plenish your library. 500 Books, consist ing of Works by Barr, Kellog, Oli ver Optic, Sea-well, Etc. Publisher's Price, SI. 50. Closing out Price. oOc YassarGirl, Zig-Zag Jonrneys and tlie Knockabout Club. Books for young people. t f f f t f f f f f f I? Publisher's Price, SI. 50, Closing out price. 68c E. P. Roe's Works. Publisher's Price, SI-50. Closing out Price, I J f v ' JL f, w a I T ' f, V I ' 75c Ben Hur. By Lew Wallace. Publisher's Price, SI. 50. Closing out Price, 90c Prince of India. T.2T0LS) By Lew Wallace. Publisher's Price, S2.50. Closing out Price, $1.75 Wfa 0M&1&J&. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St f Turkeys t And Chickens By the hundreds at all our market stores...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11,1895. We Have plenty of all sizes - in both double and sin.gle- - ; breasted sacks' of those handsome, fashionable, perfect fittingjxough black Cheviot Suits at $15.00. : Compare them with tvhat others offer at that price and you'll readily see that oiw reputation as sellers of the best clothes is p founded upon facts. Robinson, Gheru Go;, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. - Cl?e 2vctletc$, WASHINGTON, D. a Jow open. European plan. For ladles and pentlemon. ABSOLUTELY fireproof throughout .Every floor lighted by electricity and heated by steam. Coin pleto equipment of public and pri Tato baths Elegant Cafe and Ladies' Restau rant, l'rivato dining-rooms and oanquet-rooin. Theater parties a specialty. R. W. FKAZIEK, Manager 3a"-lmo I The Belford's I 25c. Lunch Is one of the best meals served In this city Jlenu always con- tains two kinds of Soup Fish Moat Two A egotables and Dessert. Splendid parlors V6- lite, attentlre waiters. Ap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 January 1895

W fci'?mQi'&Sg?tJs$Xs1 THE WASHIMM TIMES. Washington Women Read for Its Siindag FeatUrBS ' washigto,' jd. c, sattjbdat mobici-, januaky 12, 1895 poub pages. VOL. 1. Q. 300. OjN -E CEtfT. HBS. LBGiirSCUHPIQIlS Attack Made Upon Her in the House Provoked Hisses. MR. JONES' BITTER REMARKS Ho Said She Spsat 'More Than Her Pension Money Yearly for Flowers to Display at Her Social Junctions Discussion Marked ly Sensational Scenes Mr. Springer and Champ Clark Lectured Their Colleagues. Mrs. John A. Logan was tho subject of a denunciation in the House last night by Mr. Jones, ol Virginia, and ho was vigorously hissed by members without respect to party. Mr. Springer, in a heated Epeech ."lectured those of his southern Democratic colleagues who constantly assumed nn attitude of hos tility toward the pension of Union soldiers. The session-was devoted to tho considera tion ol private pension bills, and sensational incidents marked the debate which grew out of the attempt of Mr. Springer to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 January 1895

&&& ?$& THE WASHINGTON TIMES, "SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. 1895. The Washinflton Times (Evert Day in Iek Yeab.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CoumnrsT Coekeb Pekksyltania Avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SG, Buslnoss Office, 837. Price, Dally Edition.........,.... One Cent Sunday Edition Tlireo Cents. By the month...... Tlilrty-flvo Cents. T WASHINGTON, D. 0., JANUARY 12, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor bv promptly reportlns any discour tesy of coUcctors, or neglect of duty on tho part of the carriers. Complaints either by irail or in person "will receive crompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morninc, including Sunday. LIGHT EEGINS TO BEEAK. The Jefferson dinner given by Secretary Lamont to Secretary Carlisle, Senators Sher man, Hill, Hawley and Morrill, nnd Repre sentatives "Wilson, Seed ana Everett has more the appearance of a financial confer...

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