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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 January 1895

S '& -TptiSsitis&S TJEpi TTASHiyGTQy , TUCES, TTJff gPAT, JANUARY t5, 1895. 3, !!!l'i!p!!Sf,WS I rM"T"'?T:r? I Lansbun f c t f t f f f f t f f t t f t f f t f f t f STOCK-TAKING IS OVER. Now the Clear- ance Sales be- ? f gin. These Sales Always Save You Many Dollars Great Mark Down in our Silk Department. 22 in. Chrysanthemum Crepe, worth 39c yard. Mark down price, 29c. 20 in. Black and Colored Surah Silk, worth 62 l-2c i yard Mark down price, 57 27 in. Black and Colored price, 49c. 22 in. Black and Colored Surah Silk, worth 75c. yard. Mark dewn price, 6Sc 48 new yard. in. Chiffon, all the shades. Worth $1 Mark down price, 75c. 24 in. Colored India and Surah Silks, worth $l.OO yard. Mark down price, S5c. Figured and Striped Taf feta Silks, worth $1.25 and SI. 50 yard. Mark down price, 98c. 21 in. Colored Bengaline worn SI. 25 yard. Mark down price, 98c. 21 in. Faille Francaise, worth $1.25. Mark down price, 98c. 22 in. Black Satin Rha dames, worth $1.25 yard. Mark down price...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 January 1895

ppppp pgwpil"11 :pjfiiiiiijp ,JWIgW5pjps5Rlf" THE WASHINGTON TlMEfe, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1895. Men's Overcdals, good, HON EST FABRICS, well "Trimmed, stylishly cut, and perfect fitting as low as Finer ones at $12, 15 $iS, $20, and up, and no matter what price 3011 pay we guarantee j'ou "better value for jour monej" than 3011 can get au3 where else in town. t RoMiscaGheruifcGoJ PirsEH.Ncs. I2tli & F St?, GET AN -TO - ALL COLORS AND MATERIALS. hi Dpiforfli & Go, 621 Penn. Ave. N. W. Save 50 Cents On every dollar's -worth of goods you buy, COATS-CAPES-DRESSES. WAISTS, VVltAP PERS. Every article contained In our stock embracing Winter Garments of every descrip tion, ALL desirable, -well-made, perfect fitting goods, manufactured by us, MUST BE fcOLD HO RESERVE. A guaranteed 6aving of 50c. on every purchase made. Being manufacturers, our -work on Spring Goods iins already begun, and It is in order to make rooln for these that this sale Is absolutely peremptory. LADIES' SUITS. Win...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 January 1895

Sm. E WASHIMTOli TIMES Washington Women Read Because It's a Home Paper. VOL. 1. 20. 304. WASHXtfGrTCXX, JD. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1895 EOUH PAGES. ONE CENT. ILL PL&Y FOB TSSE PI AS1M1R-PEBIER 75 ARE DEAD ;sj TH is?Hv8fas8a H SEXATOn JIOEGAX. FBSC& FOB TIE AF1AI Senator Morgan Addresses the American Colonization Society." I'LAN FOR ITS OPERATIONS Ee Believes the Negroes Will Become, in Their Own Continent, a Great People The United Stites Would Take tbe Ar menians in Thsir Stead Bi3hop Potter Ee-elected President of the Society. Fenator Morgan in bis address last night at tbo close ol tbe meeting of the American Colonization Society outlined a pins for the return of tbe negroes to Africa in n body. Ho would hno tbo society incorporated under act of Congress, to itsuo stock in 65 shares, to negroes exclusively, if possible As tbe 'ocean trampa" of the Loyds, built by similar popular subscriptions, pr.y 19 per Bisnop rOTTIB. cent., so ships built by tbo money raised...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 January 1895

' p-viW!iisg&ess5icr gssnrfl Washington Women Read- Because It's a Home Paper. VOL. 1. 20. 304. WASHTN-GTOX, D. C-WEDITESDAT MOBSTER Gr, JA2sTUAEY 16, ISyS -EOTJTi PAGES. o:n-E cestt. No Change in the Situation of Brooklyn's Big Strike. President of the French Republic Withdraws from Office. 5 O'CLOCK A. M. WASHIN&TOB TIMES. EXTRA! I a RTfr" $ IPkck, Enterprise and CasliJ SOME CLASHES, BUT 30 MOT Several Cars Attacked by Mobs, Which Were Beadily Dispersed by Police Railroad Manasers and Strike Leaders Equally De termined Not to Yield Statements from Both Sides Will Hake Tc-day Eventful. BnooKLTN, X- T., Jan. 15. The second day tl the big trolley strike was not character Ized by much excitement There were many httlo clashes between the police aftd the f strikers, but notning of a serious nature in the way of a riot occurrod. Up to noon to-day everything was compara tively quiet. After that hour, however, the strikers let tbemsehes out a trifle, and the police had some difficu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 January 1895

s TIUE WASFXtfCrTON TIMES, WED.NESDAX, .TAtf TJAIiY -16. 1895. The Washington Times (Etebv Day is ttie Yeah.) OWXED AXD ISSUED BY The Kasliingtt.n Times Company TIMES BUILDING. soutufl est coi neu i'enxsvltaku. avenue and Tenth Steeet. Telephone Ecltorlalltoorna, 435, Business Office, S3i. nice. Daily Edition .'......Ono Ceut. Sunday Edition ..Three Cents. By the month Thirty-flvo Centi. WASHINGTON, D. C JANUARY 1C. 189S. Subscriber to "TlicTimcs" will confer a faor by r-iomptly reporting any di&cour-ics-of collectors, or neglect or duty on the rart of the carriers. Complaints cither bv n ail or in person will receive rrorcpt attention. Papers should be de moted to all part.-, of the c?ty by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. CLOAK ROOM AND GALLERY. Dogs are not aiIowd in the Capitol now." Tbenboo bit of information was given to irlntlv who bal-just entered tho Capitol nud was on Her way to tha elovntor to bo carried to tho House j. nllery. Tho lady seemed much anaiiyu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 January 1895

jjt irps"n,f?'!wW:,'i5WKf pv TH!E WASHIGTOX TTJVLES,.WI?ESDAT, JANTtoaVZ 1M895. AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY-! 1,900 odd CARPET RUGS reached us yesterda'. Nearly all the manufacturers' samples New York were bought from which to make them. in up j4 yard lengths iri Ax- mlnster, Moquette, Velvet, and Body Brussels. r yard lengths in Ingrain. At these wondrously low prices : Axmuist-r Krgs containing $3 to ST rr, $0.75 worth o. Carpct.'for. t? x Ov-' SloauoUe and Vehot Rtigs. con taining $1.73 to S3 worth of Car- ..P pot r-5 Axmlnster and Velvet Hugs, con taining $1.5J to ?1 worth of Car- - 0 Body Brussels Rugs, containing 0 J2.O0 worth of Carpet pi.UU Other Body B-ussels Bugs, con taining fiO J worth of Carpet.... Ingrain Rugs, containing 73 eta. 10 $110 worth of Carpet 75C 25C The311 sell with vigor this morning SOOn as they gO ! J r i Oil Sale. I W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and Ilth Street's. Warehouses, 2Jd St., nearM. 4fc q -i Th s might be of suffi cient interest to you to read thoro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIKES, WEDNESDAY, eTANUAJEfclltt, 1895. Those Justly CELEBRATED Blue and Black Rough Cheviot Suits of OURS at Are the BEST suits for that price in - Ainerica. We now have all sizes again and can ftt any and all men. Other suits as low as $10 and as high as $50. All worth their price, too. Robinson, Cheryl Go., 12th & F Sts, CLOTHES, HATS. FURNISHINGS. uOlyiiiiljk) QRTI? Assessor Trimble Objects to Re- mission of Tax Penalties. KILL CRHTLE THE FINANCES Bill to Eeduce Hallway Taxes Now Before . the Commissioners for Consideration Cant. riobsRor Ecgards the Danger from Passing Trains at Delaware Avenno and H Street Northeast as Permanent, and SugjrestJ a Police Regulation Notes. -OF THE- Entire Stock or- CRAIG HARDING, 13th and F Sts. N. W., AT A- w HEN wo 6ny a thing wo bnqli it with a oputation o: tvrenty-nro years' standing lieu wo ton you our 0- 0 !5 ait an eduction ,0 TPorr i,rfT8'ir B v H V. iJ B M H Off Regular Marked Prices, The prices heretofore offered bv C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 January 1895

jgTtfps t &e&npiGgg?H&ej::?&&i Washington Women Read Because It's a Home Paper. VOL. 1. KO. 305. TVASHIGTOlSr, JD. C, THURSDAY MOBxJIHa, JANUARY 17, 1895 EGTJR PAGES. OST.E CENT. Brilliant Scene at the Ball in Aid of the Children's Hospital. SOCIETY OUT IN FULL FORCE National Bifle3' Armory Converted Into a Fairy Bower of Flowers, Colors, and light Elaborate Toilets and Snarl ling Gems Adorned the Elite of WcsamgtJn Women A Host Successful Affair. The annual charity balls in aid of iho jChil dren's Hospital eclipso each other in interest and splendor as the years roll around. Bolt was tbnt last night at the National Rifles' Armory there was a signally successful event, in -which the thousands of frionds of this beau tiful benevolence participated amid the most agreeable surroundings. The hnll was a sceno of rare beauty, the richest treasures of conservatory and garden having been laid under tribute for the floral de orations and especially as to those about the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 January 1895

THE "WASHING-TON TIMES,' THURSDAY, JAHTIjVET. 17, 1895.' The Washington Times (Eveky Day is tiie Yeak.1 OWNED AND JSSrED BY The Washington Times Companv TIMES BUILDING, SonnwEST Coi nek Pknxsylvaxia Aventje and Tf3.ni Stkeet Tclopbone Editorial Rooms, 4SG, Eusincss Office, 237. ' Iike., Daily Edition........ "no Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the nionih... ... Thirty-live Cents. TVASPINGTOX. D. C. JASUABY 17. 1895. -j Subscribers to "1 lie Times" will confer a favor fev promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the rart of the carriers. Complaints cither by ' ail or in pcrton v. ill receive crompi attention. Papers, .should be dc nancni.u.1. .v.,w " ,I'" V 0 d to all parts or the cit. b 0.30 each nionnns. including Mindn- litcrcd o'clec! THE LOUIBIAHA AVEKUE COHTEOVEBSY Tho order of tho Commissioners notifying the police to clear tho streets and sidewalks of unlawful obstructions is commendable, but bould not bo enJorced a a means of in jury to I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 January 1895

Special - Sale Of Horse Blankets. 200 Horse Blankets, Former price, $ 1 .25. nov - 95c. 200 Horse Blankets, Former price, $1.75. NOW - $I.Z5 100 Horse Blankets, Former price, $2-50. NOW - - $Z,00 100 Shaped Horse Blankets, the strong est stable blanket f made. f t Former price, $3. 1 NOW - -S2.50 J Surcingies, Lap Robes and other needables for your Turnout here. Save on these by buying nov;. f 42 422. 42-1. 426 7th; St. & xC- O-O O" -0---" o 0011s j-ioYe Tallies i ing. Some new 1 shipments received last night.- One lot comprises Evening S Gloves in 8, 12, IS, and 20 -butt on ? lengths. Creations j of the glove artists splendidly made. u The second lot are street Glov es handsome, durable, and dressy. Here's our fashion of pric ing them: 81.40 $2.00 $2.75 $3.00 S-B- ti.in Lengths ',-- "i t on Leupihs o-f. i ten Lengths ... 2-Ti turn Lengths . . Add from 50c. to 5c to the above quotations and you'll have the about-town-places' prices for exactly the same qualityl z& BHUii Vea....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 January 1895

THE WASHIKGirTON TIMES, THTTRSD AIT, JATJAltT 17, 1895 Those Justly CELEBRATED Blue and Black Rough" Cheviot Suits of OURS , SIXTH-AVENUE, NEW YORK, J Promotions in the Engineer De partment Clerical Force. LADIES' FINE BOOTS. at $15.00 ACTION ON TELEi'HOXE BILL 4 $10,-. $12 and: '$15 : Are the BEST suits for that price in America. We now have all sizes' again and can fit any and all men. Other suits as low as $io and as high as 50. All worth their price, too. Robinson, GheruA Go,, PiKStemNos. 2th & F Sfs -or TUE ENTIRE STOCK OF Crai & Harding, 13th and F Sts. N. W., AT A- Reduction of Off Regular Marked Prices. Tho prlcns horetoforo offered by CKAIG & i ltVIMMM; hnvn nluiiTii linnn considered Iho logos' in the Ity for"tUoclabs and quality of 4 Boode, and it is vu tliese prices me reduction is mnde. Come m and see tbestook, consider tho prices, und then buy. THIbltKUCCTIOX APPLIES TO ALL CLASSES AND UltADES OF GOODS. To Illustrate: A 100 Bedroom Suilo can be purchased at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 January 1895

THE WASBOMffl THIS. BBGaifsB It's a Home Papsr. Washington Women Read VOX. 1. 20. 30G. WASHIJGTO, D. C, FRIDAY MORSSTIKGr. JANUARY 18, 1895 POTJU PAGES. 02? .E CE2TT. boh mm i big sh Souhtern Railway Go. Ignores the Order to Remove Signs. PALLS BACK WON PERMITS tor "Will Trite Eenter Tate in His Cases Othor Merchants Equally Determined. "While Hot a Tew Yield Seluctant Obedi ence to th9 Commissioners'. Mandate Twenty-seven Warrants to Bo Served. Tbo Commissioners in their war on street obstructions, including business signs, will tend out this morning by the police twenty ECvenwnrrants for arrest as follows: Lorenzo S. Brown, general passenger agent. Southern Bnilway, 1S00 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Koberl Wilson, barber, Ebbitt House. Christopher G. Bollinger, cigar dealer, No. 1901 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. John A. Price, barber, No. 1702 Pennsyl vania avenue northwest; Alois Pauli, saloon. No. 227 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Cajor Holt, barber, No. C17 E street north-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 January 1895

THE WASHINCrTOiN (TIMES, JTBIDAX, JANTJARY 18i 1895, The Washington Times (Etert Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSCED BV The Washington Times Companv TIMES BUILDING Ecrruvrrsr Counbic Pennsylvania Avcnce and Tenth Street. Olqrbane Editorial Booms, -ISC, Puiinoss Office. 237. Price, Dally Edition Ono Cent. Sunday Edition Thiee Conts. Ty tho.rcouUi., ....Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. JANUAKT 18, 1805. Subscribers to "The Times." v ill confer a j combinations. Covers wero hdd for twenty foor b-y promptly repairing; any discour- ,'ou'- ... , tc of collectors, or ucslcct or duty on nJhe Cests seated included tho Misses 7Z . ., -mr.T;- Pauncefote. tho Misses Brlco, iilss- Carrio the rrt of the carriers. Complaints j story, Mi5 Emily Wnllach, Miss Patten, tho cither by rail or in person will receive j Jifarquis Imperial!; Miss Spring-Hico,. Mr. rrompt attention. Papers should be dc- 'yli(j Mr. Von Flntow, Mr. McCauley, Mr. liAcrcd to all parts of the city by 0:30 I Goldsborough, Mr. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 January 1895

THE WASHHSfGTOK TIMES, FK1DAX, JANAE-YJ -JbS 1895. Lots that's pretty and attractive here in Ladies' Desks. Itjs remarkable what science has accomplished in their making, and it's wonder ful that prices have been culled down to such a fine" point. ?3.95 will Wy a solid Oak Desk such a one as otberReU for $3. Choice of two splendid styles. Anew shipment came yesterday and , will he ou sale U'is morning. They won't sell tardily so he prompt if you care (or one of them. W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22d St., neariL Remarkable - Price for a Remarkable . ' Value, Still further demonstrating our unquestioned leadership in the Glove business of it7-i.: j. T) J::-' VVUbUlUgLUll iJUciiUCMUUg - .. ..,., .- ,J n(- tl,n M,a LU au c iiiuiitj-j u.u.u u.u liiv; scLiui. time obtain proper styles and i- r j Undoubted Values, nillSt COlUe 7 here To-daV We offer OUr "-' regular SI. 50 GlOVeS j.uuiti.i. wi.vw i.wv-o 0 laTiTe pearl buttOUS all Sizes desirable sliades fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 January 1895

" v- ' " "f I THJE WASHINGTON TIMES, PEIPJLT, JANUARY. IS, 1895. f- Hire a DRESS SUIT when you can buy a handsome, stylish, well made, perfect-fitting one as low as $20- WE have' them at that price good enough to wear to any social function they are more fashionable, are of finer, quality, and will fit better than those sold elsevhereat $25. You'll say so 3'ourself when you see them. Finer ones at all prices up to $50 for the best that can be made.- Robinson, GhBnjifc Gov FURNISm'NGS. 2il & F StSl OF THE ENTIRE STOCK OF . Craig & Harding, 13th and F Sts. N. W., AT A Reduction of Off Regular Marked Prices. Tlio prires herctoforo offered by CRAIG & HARDING ha.e always boon eousklercd the lowest in lliei-Uy for the class and quality of poods, and it Ls off these prices tho reduction is made. Come in and eco the stock, consider the prices, aud then buy. THIS KKlll'CTIOX APPLIES TO ALL CLASSES AND UKADES OF GOODS. To Illustrate: A $100 Bedroom Suite can b purchased at $73. TJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 January 1895

-M-- c,3q5iiJ8?g-!-1JJ'MyB',ll,S : . READ ABOUT READ ABOUT . . : -3uNAY (TlMES THE .fa- $ HTHE UNDAYUJMES ON THE FOURTH PACE TU-DAY. ON THE FOURTH PAGE TO-DAY. YOI,. 1. KG. 307. ONJL C03NT. I a iitiii WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORING JANUARY 19, 13)5-StxlPAaEs! ' " Attempt of the Royalists to Over throw the Young Republic. THE UPRISING SOOX CHECKED Robert Wilson Again Lai tha Bebsls Arms Pound in One of tho Queen's Palaces Ad mirable Order Maintained by tie Loyal Element of the City Some cfcarp fight ing Charles Carter. Commissioner, Killed. Sa Francisco, Jan. 18. Tho steamer Ala meda arrived from Auckland and Sydney ia Honolulu this afternoon, and brings news of m. revolution and bloodshed at Honolulu. Charles L. Carter, who was one of tbo an nexation commissioners, was killed, and other government supporters were wounded. There has been much fighting, and at least twelve natives have been killed. 2f early 200 royalists are under arrest. Itobert "Wilcox is the leader of the rebels...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 January 1895

rzenr$& THE WASIHJsTGTQy TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1893. RICKS' LOW IHTQB Swarm of TfenfjHere to Stave Off lnechment. MR. BAILEY EO'RESEES DEFEAT THE Exactly Half FOR $5,000 WORTH OF MEN'S BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS AND MEN'S SUITS AND SWALLOW-TAIL COATS. THESE ARE OUT OF OUR REGULAR STOCK ONE AND TWO GARMENTS OF A KIND AND WE ARE ANXIOUS TO CLEAR THEM OUT BEFORE THE SEASON CLOSES. EVERY GARMENT HAS ITS ORIGINAL FIRST-OF-THE-SEA-SON PRICE TICKET ATTACHED AND ALL YOU HAVE TO PAY NOW IS JUST AN EVEN HALF OF WHAT IT'S MARKED. DON'T BE CAUGHT BY THE SENSATIONAL, CATCH-PENNY METHODS OF THE SAME OLD FAKES WHO ARE CONTIN UALLY "BOBBING" UP UNDER SOME NEW GUISE. HERE'S AN INCOMPARABLE OFFER FROM A HOUSE OF 30 YEARS' STANDING WHOSE GUARANTEE TO REFUND MONEY AND RIGHT EVERY WRONG BACKS UP EVERY TRANSACTION. THESE GOODS CAN'T LAST MORE'N A FEW DAYS COME AT ONCE OR PERHAPS BE LEFT. THE 33 1-3 PER CENT. REDUCTION STILL HOLDS GOOD ON EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE HOUSE BLACK GOODS INCLUDED SO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 January 1895

mm THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19,1895. IGHT is right and that's the only way we I want to treat our patrons. If 3'ou don't feel quite right, or if you feel ex act 1 y r about clothes, ight o u r either way talk to us about it open your heart and pour its con tents into our ears. The wear and general satisfaction of our clothes is a subject of deep in terest to us. You can't sa' too much about it. Drop in and see us socially 3rou know you don't have to buy something eve time 3rou come. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., 315 7th St. N. W. GET LUNCH Whre your custom Is sought for. Su"-e to get the best treatment if you da Wo want businws men to jiHtronlzo our i.oonday meal, so wo i u: up u lunch to suit business in on. It is the best in town, but costs onlj 23c. WalSn S Restaurant Dm. u w. (EI?c 2ialetc$fy, WASHINGTON, D. C Now open. European plan. For ladies nnd gentlemen. ARM)Ll TELY fireproof throughout Every floor lighted by electricity and brnted by etenin Complete equipment ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 January 1895

f$m mmmf- , - THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, eTANTJARY 19. 1895. The Washington Times (Eveky Day is tub Yeah.) OWNED AND 1SSIED BY The Yvashingtnn Times Company TIMES BUILDING. 80CTHWTJT COI.NEIl PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND Tenth bmEET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SB, Business Offlcc. 237. Price, Dally Edition Oue Cent. Simdny Edition Tlireo Ceuts. By the month Thtrty-fivo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. JANUARY 19, 1SD5. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: Axucriiau House 7th st. and Pa ave air, Ailiufiluu. The Vt. nve. and list. liw. Becker. C hu. A J euuaytov.n. Bury'b 1'hn.nnaey Annex tstla. Cochiiin.The 14th and K fats, nw Ebbilt Bouse Uth and Fsis. nw. Evans l'haniwu-y 25th and O aus. mv. C.'iahatn, C: as. U 12jOJM fet" litr, Gueuitier. Nelson- 5J9 Fct. mr. Hace, Ueunanu 2IM I'a. ave. aw. Ilali, .loiiu W tuTGst. nw. Ball Miocinaker Mhaudlvsts.se. Hamilton, 'ihe Uth nd IC rtsmr. llaes, J. L aw H si. n w. Hodges, It B l'.'lil'a. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 January 1895

TJHJE WASHXISaTOH TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1895. I 9 TABLES, like almost all oilier articles of furniture, seem to be getting cheaper every 3rear. But the low price limit's been reached in the case of this TABLE we're selling for $1.48. N-vor before has a QUARTERED OAK TOP TABLE soW under 2.80, ana this one is a good $3 value. W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storage Wntohousos, 22d St, near 51. 2-r- ( j.ju.11 11 i2.r.r iu., a f t f A Mnln Vft'kcr, Few Specials for I To-day's cr f MarkpJ-p'.rQ ? A iviiwjakvwuwsu-j. f 9 Tho fart that "we quote prices lowr than any other dealers in town is becoming more and mo p generally Lnown. O. r lew bj e lais quoted daily are having their effect. They'll .ve yuu a fi- idos of how we gi .?o prices. a toll for them in tr r- -txr and "Hine. These J-aturdny pncs are " vtcr than ueual One-day oilers iij: J, -3 ef, pound 7 CTS. UP lii c lie, pomd SCT'- X P i- 'Jimh, iMMind. 0 TO 15 CI' c r c l i-a'c, iKMind 10CTS 9 i r d udSiuol:cdShould...

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