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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 January 1895

.- rwa txBg- ra&mwr-ggg$?i&$?;?&8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1895. g MOSES'. Saturday, January 12,1395. pass quickly! And those GOLD CHAIRS that we or dered to coiue be fore Xmas are rapidly Selling, Tlir rooipd nc J. liey reacueu lib t nnlv n "ftw fllVS ' umj a av.vv ucij affO, Dllt we dlull t J .1.. U1- I Great Opporlo T1H .S5383i itnu. Lucjii ua.-n. . i flro visiblo was in the grate of tho stove. To prevent it Gon. Hcth Thought to Bo Better Gen. il,-mjiuiifafhir I Honr' Heth, U. S. A., retired, who has been Llieii mailUiat-tur- criticaiV m sinco jt Sunday at his rosi er made US quite ' ". J91.1 street northwest, was reported . . late last night to be better. Last night wa3 liberal COUCeS- tbo crisis of Gen. Hoth's illness, and while Km li'ol rrn j SIOUS -WHICH gO j Out to VOU iji J j tliese prices : God Ke-eptlon Chairs, upbolstoroi silk damasfseats, choice of S pat terns, thnt were ?4.7o a year ago, q $3 75 six months ago, aud are now V 9" Gold Corn-...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 January 1895

?'J&it9fiS'g3&&s&cG!&- &gm:"vmp j.r - sjf--. - THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1895. ft Suits For boys good, honest fab rics, strongly sewedt good linings, and perfect fitting are the only kind you'll see. HERE. A specially good value is a rough Black Chev iot at All wool and fast color, all sizes for short pants wear ers, 4 to 16 years. Other good Suits for less and more, and all worth every dollar of their cost. Robinson, Gheruii Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Fort rixcsT Groceries, Wines & Liquors At riCKFORD'S, 924 LA. AYE. ExtousHo Improvements linvo bean made to meet our fcleadilj- increasing business Wo are glad to te able to an nounce that Mr. Frank Walker (Late of W II. Kelster & Co.,) Is now with us and will be glad to serve lii9 many friend and former patrons. Saturday's List. 1 doz. cans Sugar Corn . 80s 1 Coz. cans Lima Beat's. 75c 1 doz. cans Mnrofat l'eas VO; Scans Finest Teaches. . 25c 3ZbiLardior 25c ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

- wWVewgg'"' fcjfcrojwufflja L'jft! tS? WASHINGTON TIM For Its SUndau Features Washington Women Read VOL. 1. -NX). 301. WASinGTOr, JD. C, SUiSTDAT MOENING-, JANUARY 13, 1895 TWEIVJE PAGES A2STD AET SUPPLEMENT. THESE CENTS. nuBBLRd III They Held Up a Through Train and Looted the Express Gar.1 LET EVERYTHING ELSE ALONE Kessenpers and Brafcexncn Quickly Covered with Pistols, Then Bound and Gagged and Thrown Into a Corner Opened the Safe with a Koy and Bundled All Valuables Into a Bisr Bag Zvidently Well Po3tsd. OiTCMWA, Iowa, Jan. 12. IliRhwaymen gotinthoirwork hero to-night. It was one oltlio most daring train roubericsc or at tempted. It -was executed on liurlingtoa passenger train No. -1, near this city. Xo. 4 istho Burlington through passenger train from Donvor and Chicago and carries a largo quantity or mall and baggage. It was not known that tho train carried a more valuable cargo of mail or express to night man usual, or if it was It was kept quiet, but it seems that tho bold ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

55 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANTJABY 13, 1895. ...MOitafiiS 5 Iif.fi luuiloi . "He Will Be Hals Fellow Well M With leaders of Both Parties. SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL EVENTS. Friendly BtfatioaaAyith Democrats and Re publicans to Be Established Secretary Lamout Givss Advice That Will Ee Im mediately Acted Upon Jacksonian Pre cedent to Ee Upset by Kew Combination. Interest In the enrrcacy bill lias died out iu tha House and the moiaLcrs cenerully think that It is only wasting limo to .talk any fur- ther about passing a bill during this session of Don posing not bo sense say that tuo fow weeks that still twist should I devoted to mcas,uros for tho pas- sngo of wh.ch there Is someireasonablo hepe. Indoed thendministrat on recognises this fact and is now adopting a course that was ' not before thought or. rresidont Cleveland knows vnry well thnt a Republican Congress J can make n.a'.ters prelty disagreeable to him 1 if the lea.'ers make up their minds. Not long ago fliero to? a conference a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

-wiSj TSi-rfW ? rr THE WASHINGTON TIMESSUN PAT, JANUARY 13, 1895. t t f f f f f t t t f - - - S - Great Stock-reducing Sale TAP KAcm'z? Cnnichinflc ! f Jl lYIVil i 141 We've decided to add the store adjoining 91 0 F Street, to our present quartersand open a first class clothing establishment Our ambition is to make it the most popular place in Washington, AND WE'LL DO IJ. . . - The leading manufacturers of the country have been contracted with to furnish our stockand everything that money, push, and good taste can do to forward our store in your estimation we'll do. In the meantime, a lot of improvements are nec essary in our present store room must.bemade for carpenters and builders lots o,istpck must bo cleared out to make that room and make it quickly. Prices have been cut regardless. " . AS IDEAS: 50c Neckwear Now .... 33 1-3 Per Cent. Off Underwear! ! t 1.00 Fancy Bosom Shirts Hats, Shirts, and everything else in Men's Fur nishings cut proportionately! As n lint idea we've gott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

THE TVASHETOTOK TIMS. SUNDAY, J AISTTTARY 13,1895. GREAT '-, c ,r $Q,00 155 M HHBRrtnnHH H Hft jb jg. ir i J, y RANT, RANT, RANT I seems to toe the stoc in- trade of many of the Washington sellers of Clothes promises that are never fulfilled prices that never exist goods that Will not bear the investiga tion so boldly invited. Scheming ever and eternally to catch the nimble dollar that in spite of all their ef forts finds its way to our coffers. The masses the Washington people know a thing or two themselves. They know what PLYMOUTH ROCK PANTS are. They know what PLYMOUTH ROCK PRJOEg are They know, that when we say well do a thing we do not stand upon the ceremony of doing it WE DO IT no subter fuge. For the ensuing week we make two offers that w M L L t N VJ3 'Li 1 9 THREE DOLLA pi YOU TAKE YOUR PICK. ' Choose any pair of Trouserings in the house neat stripes worsteds Scotch Cheviots anything you may; find to suit, you Trouserings i t 1 1 tr- -r- , a nr l rtr rrr X7jii i ji j xnax ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

- y-ja ae$r&P&S&t&t&B&lt&h sFV THE WASHINGTON TINES, StSdAX, JANUARY 13, 1895. AMUSEMENTS. MM MTIONHLTHERTERTfck. Every Evening, Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. s FIRST TIME HERE OF THE REMARKABLE . . "Sex Against Sex" Drama, SOWING THE BY SYDNEY GRUNDY. WIND FROM THE EMPIRE THEATER, NEW YORK, Where it was a Fashionable, Artistic, and Dramatic Success for 200 Nights. "He who fails to see it does himself an unpardonable in jury." BOSTON TRANSCRIPT. NEXT WEEK, KERNRN'S lygeum theater . . . 1VU1V111111 V- Mats. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. , BEGINNING TO-MORROW NIGHT AT S. ' THE REAL THING rwin BIG SHOW. The National Trio. The Mortons. Bennetto and Cannon. Carr and Jordan. Rench and Kennedy. And Prof. John White's WONDERFUL TRICK MULES and PONIES. -9 BIG SPECIALTY ACTS 9 A CORNUCOPIA NEXT WEEK, AMUSEMENTS. HGKDBMY. six nnD AD On Page 1. Metzerott Hall, THURSDAY, Jan. 17, at a Third and last Concert. Me and Mrs. LENT and Mr. UAKEVAN, Assisted by . MCTOUHE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

m. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANTJAKT IS. 1895. ThB Washington Times (EVEISV DAT IN THE YEIK. OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washinrjton Times' Company ' ' TIMES BUILDING. Soetciwest Coksee Besssywamjl Avenge and tenth street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 438, Business Office, 257. 'Price, Dally Edition Ono Cent. Similar Edition Three Cents' By the month Thill -Are Cents. ' WASHINGTON. D. C JANUARY 13, 1895- THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun dav at the following hotels and news stands: ?.morian House ... Trihst and Pa are nw. Arlington, Tho tnvo audllsLnw. Becker, . has. A 1 eunallyluwn. Bury's J'barniaey Auaeusttn. Coi-lnan.The lith ondlv et9 nvr Lbbitt ltoi.se Hthaud l'H" nw. Evans l'harmac S5Ui e id O tXti nw. Oraham, C! as 11 1250 Sid st iw Ouenther. Poison WJPst nw. Hage, IJermnnu SIM Pa avo nvr. Ball, John V 3)7 G st nw. Ball hboomaker .. . t:h and K t,f as. Hamilton, The th . :id K stsuw. Hata, J L tt5 II st. nw Bodgec.lt U li'lSl'a avo nw Jphn&ou Hotel nibnnd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

w . i . .. .1 j . . . i ii ' SJSaiwgSp??''"'1" -"SFWSSP THE YASHIN aTONTIMES, ,SXJNJAY, JA3STJART 13, J895. ' '''0''BI They May Talk . J" OfCoat Bargains all they willfbutrnever in the histoid of tli e Cloak trade were Honest, Re , liable Garineuts so slaughtered. We have made two separate lots, which will be on' sale on separate tables in our IMMENSE CLOAK SALON. LOT 1; Consists of Ladies' Short And Long In the very latest styles,and of the best materials. In Blue and Black. Prices have been $12.50, $11.50 and $10.89. You can take yours .... FOR .... $ The Fit and Of these Garments is comparable with the best. The goods are all ours not the leavings of some manufacturer who had odd sizes and styles -left of which he wanted to dispose. We show these Garments as the acme of fashion. ansburih & 420 - 422 - 424 Canned Goods At Remarkably Low Prices We're clearing out every bit of Canned Goods in the house. Big lots or new goods are abaut lo ar rive and we must make room for them Ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

wppi THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 13,1895. 8 I- i J. Wo Nothing- more styl ish, nothing- newer, nothing better any where at prica. NO mjjMtmmrrswTmmi SECRET Why we do this. We've more hats than we want and less money. That's all. ELECTION Georg G. Mcado Post, No. s, Grand Army Of the IlopuUic, installed olKcers as . follows: Jacob H. Dewces, commander; , Eusene Wells, senior vice commander; John I j. Eain. junior vice commander; M. Broi-k- , beimer, surgeon: II. S. Stexens. chaplain; t Charles Matthews, qunnormnsier; n.. j. nus nell, adjutant; George O. Burke, officer of tho day; C. A. Knockey. oflleer of the guard; WallHce Urewor, sergeant mnjor, and O. V. Bundiek, quartermaster sergeant. N. B. Trentice was elec.od representative of tho post on tl e department rel.er commttti-o, and .. C Crumley trustee for five years. Iris Lodg No. 57. Shield or Honor, has Installed i s recently Reeled officers. Worthy master. William F. Dorsey; junior master, J. W. Tostou-. senior master...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

Ttr--fc THE TTASHINGrTOK TIMES, STTJffDAT, JANUABY13, 1895. 9 Mm fyLLLil d aRIDHiOR Daugbler of the Chief Justice Will Tour as a Pianist. FIRST AITEARAXCE THIS MONTH This Opening Coccsrt "Will Be Given in Chi cago m Connection with a Kiss Kutchins MissFuUer Is Handsorno and Possesses Ability She "Was Once Mrs. Aubrey, but Has Eesumed Her Maiden Name. It 3 a remnrkablo fact that at present tliero arc at the Capital two daughters o Chief J ustiesis who aro occupying a conspicuous tlaeeintlio public eye Mrs. Kato Chase bpragu.. and Miss Mary Failer, the Litter's father u?iug the present bead of the Supremo bench. Judge Tullor lias a large family of daugh ters, all o thorn handsome girls, resembling tbclr distinguished-looking lather, family of watch any one might feel It is a j proud".! 5I1SS SIAET and. though there are several married daughters, there aro still some left to con- 1 sole tfap Jualice for tbo loss of tho others in fn-t, -m of the Miss Pullers mado her dolmt cnl, this sea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIDIES, SUNDAT, JANUARY 13, 1895. 10 BLRRENGR By Bret HabtJ .Author of "The I.uck or Hoaring Camp," ""Tu o Men of Sandy Bar," && Copyright, 1831, by Bret Harte. P.VRT III-CnAiTEB I It was sunset of a not day nt Washington. Even nt that hour tbe broad nvenuo3 wblcb diverged from the Capitol liko tbc rays of another sun were fierce and glittering. Tho etcrilo distances between glowed more cruelly than over, and pedestrians, keeping in tbe scant shade, besl'atod on the curbstones be fore plunging Into tho Sabara-liko waste of crossings. The city seemed deserted. Even the vast army of contractors, speculators, place hunters, and lobbyists, which hung on the heels of tho other army and had turned tills pacifip camp of tho nation Into a batUo llcld of ignoble conflict and contention moro disastrous than the one to tho South had clunk into their boles in hotel back bedrooms, in shady barrooms or in tbe negro quartera of Georgetown, as if tho majestic, whiic robbod go...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

H Sp55f,?sIW,s? THEASHI&TOy TJKES, feUKPAY, JANUARY 13, 1895. m ,K fJi&k 6Z&) AROVD J.s 40fi&ffBSaC?3l yi - Tbe Second Regiment Intends to celebrate on "Washington's birthday and celebrate in first rate shape. Mien it disbands at the armory in the evening n day will have been put in. It is the intention to meet in the .morning and march out Sixtoonth street to tho Columbia road. Horo regimental and imttulion drill will bo held. The battalion dribs will occupy an hour perhaps, followed Tjv the regimental drill. following-ibis luncheon will be served on tho Held. Sandwiches will be taken in abundance and a barrel of hot coffee. A tor thee refreshments have been served ex tejMied order drill will be the order ot tho da The skirmish line3 will extend from Three's mill along Itock Creek and then up to the large vacant field just across tho Co lumbia road. For this ammunition lias been J ifpnrd from headquaiters and ; ermis-ion granted for the regiment to turn out. Alter ....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 January 1895

ppwsSgPJS 12 THE WASHINGTON-TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1S95. ULSTERS And Storm Coats are here in great variety -of st3Tles, colors, and fabrics. Some at $10 and $12, -which might just as. well he $15 and i8jand would t he 'an3'vhere else, but 3-011 can always depend upon getting tlie best for 3-0 n r money HERli. Finer ones at $15, $18, $20 and up. Robinson, Gheruifc Go,, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Our Recent Cork Sole Shoe For non Is far aboro tlio standard of its jirico. For make, finish nndervico you'd judge it to bo 45. It's irlc $3.00 If you're a wearer of Cork Soleoot, te it. We'll be glad to tell you its many merits. EDMGNSTON'S, 1334 F St. N. W- A GCOD IMPRESSION Is made by well-printed stationery. It's our business to pioducc tuat Mud. imiEFI'JUMJXGis a "Mar" specialty Wittl U? IWcGILL & WALLACE, Printers, 1107 E Street Northwest. O-CO"-"--"-- Double Breasted and Frocks, in Cheviots, Worsteds, and Fancy Mix tures in great variety. Stylish well-made e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 January 1895

N TIMES V - - norreci , Thai's flrisp. Why Condemn ' Msn Read -- T -- I!"- 1 Aia women TOL. 1. NO. 302. WASHINGTON, Jt. C, MONDAY MOBNIG, JANUARY 14, ISyS FOTJTt PAGES. ON E CENT. COLO mm 01 HE But Already It Is Passing Away from Washington. Schemers Want Uncle Sam to Guarantee $74,500,000. SICAKAGUAN CANAL HISTOUY WARMER EATHER is coming THE WASHIIGTO IEBEIS I GI6UTIC STBL Ihreo-Companies Have Spent All Their Own Money, and Their Etock and "Bonds Are Valueless Now They Want tho Govern ment to Make Their Eecnrities Market able by Indorsing Them The Details. The insiao history of tho Xicaraguan Canal project has never yet been f urnisbod the pub lic, and although it resembles all schemes do vised to obtain money from Congress, tho audacity of lis projectors ia asking that $71, 500.C00 of canal Londs bo indorsed by tho United Stmcs in order to make them market able is worthy of special mention. Tho facts aro briofly as follows: A few individuals furnished tho funds to send Mr. Menocal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 January 1895

IfljSr4?1'" .- wfr THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JAUUAKT 14. 1895. a I " " The-Washington Times (Etebt Day ik the Teas.) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, BounrwxsT Corner Tesssti.txsu. Avenue and TENTH STREET. Telephone-Editorial Uooijib, 4S6, Business Office, S3?. Price, Dallr Edition Ono Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho month..... Thirty-flvo Cents. TOLSHDiaTON, D. C. JANUAKY 14, 1895. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American Douse 7th st and Ta. avo. nw. Arlington, The Vt. nTe. and list nw. Becker, Chas. A ...Touunllytonn. Bury's I'liarinacy Auaccstia. Cochran, The...... 14th and K sts. nvr Ebbltt House 14thandFsts. nw. Evans Pharmacy 85th nnd O sta. jht. Graham, Chas. II 125033d st uw. Guenthor, Nelson- 509 F St. nw. Dace, Hermann 2153 l'a. are. nw. Hall, John W. &07GsL nw. Ball Shoemaker 6th and K sts. ss. Ilamilton.Tho 14th and Ksts nw. Hayes, J. E 0i II st. nw. Hodges, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 January 1895

we sold Sheets, Pillow Covers, Pillow Slips, Blaiikets, Spreads, and Comforts? It's a splendid stock, worthy of a great deal more "pushing" than we've given it. But it should spring into much prominence and popularity this week, for our NEW - TARIFF REDUC TION SALE affects it in no unimportant way. 'Inn $t;5 Blanket, with colored bordr, will p oven ti raving card Tli bale begins lo-iorww morning and lasts the Ximtdniorot Jhewcek. Besides Holding UPHOLSTEBY GOODS of every -r , aad LACK CURTAINS mo 'wny down in price in many Instances holow cust W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and U.h Streets. Storage Warehoused 22d St, near 51. f STOCK-TAKING 9 !S OVER. Now the Clear- -Didn't know Lsrdrjylgii & 0111 I f 0 f M ?nrp Qlkc; ha ft however, that tho next in rank shall bo pro--Q11UC OQICSj LiC V , moted "all along tho line." 'gin. t t f f ? ? f t f Tnese Sales Always Save You .Many Dollars. f 0 Great fark Down in ! our S:!k DBpartmenl, f f 22 in. Chrysanthemum $ Crepe, worth 39c yard. S Mark ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 January 1895

J,S8Ke!g?s- ?snK&r' THE WAHISTGrTOl TIMES, 3MLONDAT JANUARY 14, 1395. IE Sin fnc AFTER SIX DOCTORS FAILED Or, DAMON'S f l " i Pari rvr Shii,-00 SA ULSTERS And Stonn Coats are liere in great variety of -styles; colors, and fabrics.. Some at $10 and $12," which might just as well , be $15 and i8,aud would be anywhere else, but you can always depend npon getting the best for 3o u r money HERE. Finer oues at $15, $18, $zo and up. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. Our Regent Cork Sole Shoe "or men Is far above the stand inl of its price. For make, finish and scrvic0 you'd ludge it to bo ii It's prio $3.00 If you'ro a nearer ot Cork Soleliocs, feci it We'll be glnd to tell you its many merits. EDMONSTON'S, 1334 F St. N. W. 8 Nothing So Nice As n box of our Candy Mixtures Thoy'ro n deligtit to young aud old appetlz nc re freshing A do Iclous after-dinner relish. Purs and fresh at all t mes 2, 40. and CO CKNiS A POUND. Gill's Famous Candles only obtain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 January 1895

s 'tyxtZz&'r&Kpj&p''' 'Tra- & J &?Ztv&&m$ $ywS!',yiv Wasliinflton Worm Read Forewomen's Gliib News. r r- VOL. 1. KG. 303. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY UORJSl3$Q-9 JANUARY 15, 1895 FOTJTC PAGES. ON E CENT. -VfVr ? ?"&'' TIMES. WTIMITHW He Is Inclined to Consider Him self a Financial Prophet. l'AYS RESPECTS TO MK. HILL that Gentleman Eeplies In Kind and Quotes So no cf Hr. German's Ante-election Bo marks Ths Maryland Senator Concludes That the Tariff Eill Is Wholly Inadequate Ho Is Now in Favor of the Inowne Tax. Senator Gorman maJeji posch to crowded galleries in the Senate yesterday afternoon to j currd between herself and Housh. She bo provo thnt his courso in opro-.ing the Wilson 'ino acquainted with the doctor last season provo uint nis courso in opro- tariff bill had been justified by recent events, j and although tho Senator was condemned by Democrats throughout the country at tho time, yet they had finally come to look upon j the upper bniuch of Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 January 1895

rqp wt& WMWmW-M: :ali!!'gl)f!ilf!'pSit:' "333 -PST-JiSTO-gf-$i'Mps?f'V-s'i' '5!?!TC'" " - ' tIte4datJ THE WASHIaTON TIMES, JANUARY 15. 1895. ThB Washington Times (ETEKT DAT IN TOE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSDED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Southwest; Council Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Stkeet. Telophono Editorial Booms, 436, " Business Office, 337. Price, Daily Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition lhreo Cents. By tho month Thirty-five Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C JANUAIJY 15, 18D5. Subscribers lo "The Times,' -Hill confera favor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the rart of the carriers. Complaints cither bj nail or in person will receive crorapt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 6:30 o'clock each tnominc, including Sunday. PAKE TEAVELING STOBES. Tho absence of a law to license traveling Etorcs is particularly unfortunate for Wash ington. Fake I anfcrupt concerns and mock jewelry humbugs have only to...

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