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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

wmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE WASHIJETGrTdN TIMES, SUNDAY, JAMTTAET 27, 1895. i li i 50 Pe r Gent, Of A er Cent. & yy i y S There's never any clothing trade to speak of at this time of the year unless you force it. We're creating a demand and market for our goods with these two special sales. All the lots of Suits Over-coats-and Swallow Tail Coats-that have only 1 or 2 of a kind left have been placed on separate tables and if you can find your size you may have it for xactly Half Price. All theotherSuits-Overcoats-Ulsters-and Sep arate Pants-for Men Boys-and Children are re duced 33 1-3 per cent. This means you may have anything in the house, without reserve, (excepting the 1-2 price goods), for 2-3's of their marked-first-of-the-season prices. This includes the Clay Wor-. sted Prince Albert and Cutaway Suits. Same old privilege-your money back if you want it. iseman Bros Gor. 7th and E Sts. N. W. iehiean's Admission to the Union Duly Celebrated. RECEPTION AT MASONIC TEMPLE Pleasant Event ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, JSJUSTDAT, JANTJARX 27, 1895. 5 AMUSE MEKTS. AMUSEMENTS. N fEW NRTIONHL THEATER. Every Evening, Wednesday and Saturday Mats. "They who laugh last, laugh best," BUT TIIEY WHO SEE HOYT'S ATEXA Laugh Loudest, Laugh Longest, Laugh All the Time. Twas Never Funnier Than JTis Now. STEER NEXT WEEK Julia Maiiowe AMUSEMENTS. Extra New National. Week of February 4. In the Following Repertory: Monday "SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" rucsdar -TWECn II NIGHT" ednoeday "AS YOU LIKE II" riiureday WNGOMAR" Indny "THE LOVE CHASE" t-tttutday MftUuofl ''SCHOOL FOH iCAMAL" talurvXieht "RcM&O AND JULIET" Scat Sale Opens Thursday, January 31 Second Sangsr&und Concert, Sunday Eve., January 27, AT THE Academy of Music. The society will be .assisted by Mm. ETTTIE THOMPSON BERRY, Soprano, Uto MARGARET EICIIDORN, Alto, Mr. MAS KESTL (of Baltimore). Violin, Ami ft SJvt Orchestra. Mr. WILLIAM WALDECKER, Director. ADMISSION, 50 CENTS. Ja25:8t The Eloquent and Unrivalled Orators FS !5li& Rfpa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

-pvstBfiwi r-tyarTw(ji THEWASHIKGTOK TIMES T3TJNDAT. JANUARY 271895. 6 The Washinflton Times (EVEET DAT IK THE l'EAE.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SOfTHWEST COKKEK FEMCEYLYAiOi. ATENUK AND TESTE tsTBEET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S6, Easiness Office, 337. Price, Daily Edition Ono Cent Eundar Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Conta. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. JANUARY 27, 1B$. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer n fBTor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints either by irall or in person Mill receive prompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning. Including Sunday. THEY PBEFEB WOES: TO CHAEIIY. The poor of this city have reason to be thankful for tho generous assistance given in their time of need. Much distress has been relieved by the charitably Inclined and there is yet more to be provided for. The offerings have...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

pmtiipppipp1 THE IFASHISrGTOar TIMES. SIJ STOAT, JAtflTAEY 27, 1895. Moses' Scml-Annual Stock-moving Salo begins February 1 and lasts tn days. Walt for It ifyou want fine productions under valne. Watch the Daily Papers 'for further announcements. I 1 i f I 1 I 1-4" i M' till I fi Hi 3-Wiug Screens 2pI.OD Just 108 of them came day before yesterday and just 108 will be sold within the next two or three days. Wonderfully big values a special "job" that we bought "on sight" Not one worth less than $2 or that can be had anywhere under $2.00. Kouo just lice tueso can bj had in Washington at any price outsido ot this store. They havo nicely finished oat frames, nnd t-ro covered In splendid quality Figured Silfcaline. The illus tration correctly shows cno of them. We don't know that we can get more at these prices, so dela may lose them from you. W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22d St., near 31. To compare our credit prices with the cash Trices in the down-to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

-'57g-i"iikr-y i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, J5TGSTDAY, JANUARY 273 1895. 8 Figures from the Recent Census as Officially Returned. Tho population of tha District as shown by tho recent police census is offlciaMy reported tobe2G9,G28. From a tabulated statement furuisbed by Chief Clerk Sylvester tho followlnc Interest ing facts are gleaned: Ic tho "First precinct there Avas a, total of 85 births since January 1, 1894, in the Second, Gi9. of which 343 wero white and 301 colored; in tho Third, 572, divided as: 270 Tvhito, 302 colored; in tho rourth, 572 white, 270, colored, 257; in tho Filth, S29 white, 572, colored, 257: Sixth, 3G7 white, 2C8, colored, 99; Seventh. 42C whito, 325, colored. 101; Eighth, 90G white, 501, colored, 405; Ninth, 648 white, 530, col ored, 118. The total whito population Is 179,379; col ored, 84,995. Under tho police census of 1892 the figures were: "White, 1C3.C10; colored, 84,821, or a total of 253.43L Ee-pondiujr to tho requirements cf the Dockery inquiry Assesso...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

tTHE TTASHXN"GTO:N" TIMES, SiUlSTDAT, JANUARY 27, 1895. WASHINGTON'S 8Iu Nooks ' Where 8moke ORDERLY HND Lovers of tho Drug Disturb No One and Injure Nobody but Themselves Quong Sang Lung and His Stock of Chinese Haberdashery There Is a Real Live Chinese Lady In Washington, and She Is the Mother of a Baby That Looks Like a Doll Layout for Fan-tan and Dominoes The "Wee Chan Club" Is a Beneficial Association and Is Well Supported by Celestials Cosmopolitan "Washington Includes among Its many novel and itorestlng features an up-to-daio Chinatown. It Is not a motley, Ill-assorted colony ol Celestials like that in Jlott street, Now York, but nn orderly and -well-regulated community. Lawlessness and disorder are unknown quantities, and the police therefore but sel dom hnye occasion to invade its quaint pre cincts for the purpose of arresting some pig tailed offender. The brawls and drunken revelries, bo fa miliar to Bloodfleld, or tho discordant alco holic war whoops which arouse the midn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

E iqMJf!fQ!?&twmFr 10 THE WASHIKGrTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1895. THE SUNDAY TIMES' PAGE OF THE T LONG AND SHORT STORIES, BES . GhroniGles of BY ANTHONY HOPE. Author of "A Prisoner of Zenda,' &c. (Copyright 1895 by Anthony Hope.) CHATTER L How cotot axtoxio took to THE HILLS. Countless nre the stories told ol the sayings thnt Count Antonio spoke and of the deeds that bo did when ho dwolt nn outlaw in the hills, lor talcs and legends gather round his name thick as the berries bang on n hush, and with the passing of eery succeeding year it grows harder to discern where truth lies and where the lovo of wonder, working together with the sway of acreat man's mem ory, has wrought the embroidery of its fancy on the plain robe of fact. Yet, amid all that is of uncertain knowl edge, and so must rest, this much nt least should be known and remembered, for the honor of a noble family, how it fell out that Count Antonio, a man of high lineage, for sook the service of the prince, di...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

rmmiM91 THE WASHIKGrTOiPr TIMES, SUNDAY, JAytJAEY 27, 1893. 1 1 THE SUNDAY TIMES' PfiGE GONRERNINQ, ORGANIZATIONS OF MEN. 1 im in labor wm Hatters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. MEETINGS FOB THIS WEEK. MOSDAT. JANDABr 28. L. A.. 1644, K. of L.. Plasterers-Plasterers' flail. L. A., 1748, K. of L.. Carpeniers Typo graphical T-Jmple. li. U., 190, Brotherhood of Carpenters Hall 425 Twelfth street northwest Carriage Makers Assembly Bunch's Hall, 318 Eighth street. Amalgamated Society of Carpenters Cos tello'a Hall. TUESDAY, JAXCAET 29. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, rour-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania ave nue. WEDNESDAY, JAXUAHY SO. L. U.. No. 1, Carpenters and Joiners Ty pographical Temple. Electrical Workers' Union, No. 2G-na!l 419 Tenth stroa. Horscshoors' Union Hall 737 Tenth street. TUIBSDAY, JAMIABY 31. District Assembly, Knights or Labor Plasterers' Hall. yniDAr, FEnnoinrl. Eccentric Association of Steam Engineers Bunch's Hall. 314 Eighth street. L...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

taBf" Su;.toirtBwlBiBBBMiBIBBIBMBWBBBIJBBBBBWii r '1!PpPfF WIfS 12 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJKOAT, JANTTARY 27, 1895. : When You want good, reliable Clothing come to 12th and F Sts. for it We don't handlotho unreliable sort at any price, but do have good, HONEST, fashiona ble Suits and Overcoats as low as TEN DOLLARS. Garments you can depend upon to give SATISFAC TORY service. Finer ones at $12, SI 5, $ 1 S, and up to $45 and all worth EVERY DOLLAR of their cost. Robinson, Ghenji&Go., 12th & F Sts, gsfffoos. Senate Sentiment Seems to In cline to the Extension Scheme. WOULD GIVE PLENTY OF WORK Impression Prevails that Property Owners Generally Are in Favor of It Bate of Tax ation Heed Hot Eo Huch Increased to Meet tie Interest Charge Protest Against the Project "Will Have Dae Consideration. Our Regent Cork Sole Shoe above the For men is far Bland rd of its price. For male, llmsti and Eorvlco you'd judgo it to lie 5. It'sjH-ko $3.00 If you'ro a wearor of Cork Solelioes, eo it W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 January 1895

- - h-i""3imi- s-tvf U-""" THE WASHINGTON TIMES 3s (I?ts 3ssue. o$ XDortI? ?Lxi Penny? VOL. 1. HO. 316. WASHINGTON, JD. C, MONDAY MOBNING-, JTANTJABY 28, 1895 FOUR PAGES. ONE CENT. STRIKERS' SORE STBUT Starvation and Want Now Con front the Brooklyn Gar Ken. ALSO IX DANGER OF DEFEAT "Unbiased Observers Say that the Magnates Have Almost Won, Although the Strikers' Leaders Deny that the Gars Are Bunning Kearly "Up to Former Schednle Time All Enights of labor May Be 'Called Ont BnooKLTS, N. Y , Jan- 27. "Wore It not for this scarcity ol cars, ono would not havo thought that ono of the biggest strikes in tbo history of Brooklyn was in progress. Church goers had to walk to church in many in stances, or tako chances in the enormous crowds which took possession of the cars. Otherwise there was perfect calm. Large crowds assembled around tho depots where uuhtary guards are stationed, but there was no violence there, and the bantering tho troops received was of a good-natured kind. Those in p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 January 1895

6Pl5?l!:wl14!?SSI,!S!!,'lr " VTS' f3'i9wgw5!?55?? s THE WASHINGTON 1TIMES, MONDAY, JANTJAET 23, 1895. The Washington Times (EVEBT DAY IN THE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. bocthwest colinek penxsyltaxu avenue akd Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial EoomB, 4SG, Business Office, SS7. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Tliroe Conts. By the month Tblrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. JANUABY 23, 1895. Subscribers to "The Tiroes" will confer a favor by promptly rcportiirg- any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by irail or in person Mill rcccivo rrornpt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. - THE DELAY WAS UNAVOIDABLE. It is not in good taste to apologize for a'do lay or failure to deliver n newspaper except in extreme cases, and The Times would not now offer an explanation were it not justifia ble. About4 o'c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 January 1895

"r (tv afffKAftm-m -ajra THE WASHINGTON TIMES, .MpiSTD AY, JANTXAHY 28,1895. 8 "Never saw anything sell better or quicker tlian those CARPET RUGS we put on sale a few days ago. The3?'re made from, manufac turers' samples. Nearly all the samples in New York were bought in and brought into use. Don't confuse them with our usual Bordered Car pet Rugs these are small Rugs that'll fit in an3Twhere. Jj4 J'ard lengths in Axminster, Moquette, Velvet, and Body Brussels. i yard lengths in In grain. At these wondrously low prices: Axminster Rugs, containing $3 to C I rf $G.7j worth of Carpet, lor 4) I ,GU Moquette and Velvet Hugs, con taining $1.75 to $3 worth of Car- (PI H J" Axminster and Volvet Rugs, con taining $1 DO to $J worth, of Car- (T I fin Body Brus-iela Hues, containing (PI fin S2worthof Carpet 4M.UU Other Body Prus9ls Bugs, con- 7Cp talning fi worth of Carpet I U U Ingrain Rues, containing 73 cents OCn tofl worthof Cntpat ZvJu W. AND SONS, F and 11th Streets. Warehouses, 22d St., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 January 1895

THE WASBXNGrTON TIMES, SIGN DAT, .TATJARY 28. 1895. '4 88 When You want good, reliable Clothing come to 12th and F Sts. for it. We don't handle the unreliable sort at any price, but do have good, HONEST, fashiona- " ble Suits and Overcoats as low as TEN DOLLARS. Garments you can depend upon to give SATISFAC TORY service. Finer ones at $12, SI 5, $18, and up to $45 and all worth EVERY DOLLAR of their cost. Robinson, Gheryifc Go., Si & F Sts, EFsEhS,'ncs' Wve taken 20 PElt CEXT off usual prices of all CHINA ANU GLASSWAKE, BllICM-HKAC, LAM Pis, KITCHEN VTEXfelLS ana HOUSEHOLD FUKN1SH- INGS. 5 Special Counters THAT HAVE HAD THEIR GOODS CUT 30, 40 and 50 Per Cent. t'nder -what their prices wore. Hotter look us up Sf there b anything In &uy of these Hues that jou need. You'U Eave money by doing so. J.W.Boteler&Son 923 Penna. Ave. PRETTY HANDS Taper fingers, tipped with rosjr nails, obtained by our special manicure treat ment. Alwa3rs successful. All this week, 35c. Wmt &y ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 January 1895

' p-wt -jw? 51 'MSIpyvW 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES $ CI?ts 3ssue of tDortlj (Lfyat TpmnQ? TOX. 1. IO. 317. WASHTisraTOjsr, jd. o.5 Tuesday MOKNTNe, jxistuaby 20, 1895 four pages. ONE CE3STT. ITiCINPEeFlEUEF 1 leveland's Message Said to Cloud the Situation Still More. GOLD ISSUE EMPHASIZED Ivcr Ken Among the Democrats Are Per plexed and Angry Because, as They Say, I the President Has Made Ko Concession I Whatever to the "Waits Ketal 2so Bond Eill is Likely to Pass This Session. Pres.Jent Cleveland has spoken to Cou rts. I -t '' annol be said Ibat his message i. c.esrcd tlie financial atmosphere. Somo mbcrs of ' o;h branches, indeed, believe at Jt hsa Vrlouded the aspect. It is not .iev 1 that remedial legislation is any arer. re s 1 -variety of opinion, of course, as tL? p"eutms contained in the message, m r.d these are few are ready to accept i"s - repositions; others agree with only r. -s . ' it still others can see no good in v nrtoiit Through all these varying iU6 ho ver, there runs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 January 1895

P"- - ifWH a THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, tTANTJARY 29, 1895. x The Washington Times (EVEKT DAT IK THE YKAtt.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. SornrwxsT Coiixkk Fekkstzxaku atenue and Tenth Stkket. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S0, Easiness Office, 337. Trice, Dally Edition Ouo Cent. Sunday Edition Threo Conts. By the month Thirty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. JANUARY 29, 1895. Subscribers to "Tlie Times" a ill confer a fat or by promptly rcponins any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by n ail or in person Mill rccelxo rrompt attention. Papers should be dc Ihcrcdtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. - THE CHANGE OF FRONT. President Cleveland's chance of front and Ins desire to lako up and cancel the loiral tender and Treasury notc3 through the issue of low interost-bearing bonds must bo a sur prise to those who Oelioved him unchangeable Heretofore ho has cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 January 1895

jJw'ii"-5a&B -?"5fffS THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JAKUAHY 2P, 1895, 8 MMBMBMIBBBBBBMiMBBBiWiMMBIMMsWsMswsWWWMsMSMWMWlsl - ' "'' ' r MOSES' Tuesday, January 29, 1895. H Chair- -$2-98 1JN some storesthey're regarded as worth even more than that but $4 is a fair price for them and $2.98 is a "winner." They have mahogany finish frames, with a square or round seat, covered in Tapestry. The few that are left will, in all probability, all sell to-day, for we've sold lots of them here of late. MOSES sAoNNDs B. SONS, F and Ilth Streets. "Warehouses, 2d St, near M. Get Your Boy An Overcoat. We givo you the opportunity to bay a handsomo, Stylibh, Overcoat for les3 than manufacturer's prices. To avoid carrying over a single garment, we name $3.00 FOR ANY OVERCOAT IN TJ1E HOUSE Many are Toith double. Sizes from 14 to IS years I3PCable cars pass the door. ER'S, 903 to 909 8th St. S. E. romise And then KEEP the promise? if you can that 6 all we want to know. Get all t-io Fur niture and all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 January 1895

TIEE WASHINGTON TIMES, TTJESDAT, -JANUARY-29, n895 : When You want good, reliable Clothing come to 12th and F Sts. for it. We don't handle the unreliable sort at any price, but do have good, HONEST, fashiona ble Suits and Overcoats as low as TEN DOLLARS. Garments you can depend upon to give SATISFAC TORY service. Finer ones at SI 2, SI 5, $1 8, and up to $45-and all worth EVERY DOLLAR of their cost. Robinson, Gheru A Go., 12th & F Sts. CLOTHES. FURNISHINGS, HATS. "If It's Furniture, We Have It." f f f f t t f t t t t f t t f t t f f f f f DESKS, Whichever way your taste tends in this line, we have the Desk to satisfy It. A va riety of styles you'll not us ually find a range of prices that puts desk-buying within the reach of all. These Three Prices as leaders as ideas of the Writing Desk values we can give you. Solid Oak Wrillns Desk, "with pipeon hole Interior und 2 inner draw ore a ni-o arraucement, one lawor below nU'oly fin ished, neatly ear od. Our regular SIS Desk Tiie lmn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 January 1895

' E,P. wWs"TWW3) THE WASfflMM TIMES 3s f?is 3ssue of UOovfy tat Penny? VOL. 1. 2JO. 318. WASHXtfGrTCOT, JD. C, WEDNESDAY KORSTSTG-, jaTJABY 30, 1895 EOUR PAGES. ONE CENT. 3T m 11 he m LIEF Willi IS SHIPPED .UD ME Ul DIES ST NIGER Alarming Number of Skilled Men Central Union Mission Must Shut James Scott Expires in the Fourtli Precinct Station-house. Guatemala Will Have Support of Neighboring Powers, Out of Work in This City. Its Doors to the Poor. NOTHING NOW FOR -5,000 TO DO CRIPPLED POR LACK OP FUNDS STARVATION DID ITS WORK CENTRAL AMERICA COMBINED IIIEIU - . ...mriMirfinkbu .,..J,...miiI! Ill iilir.,,.!, I tPHHanynMiin i P Kl TT-ffifflmftuffll PI .mmMmMr::Mmm I p fli L 'I PMPi'Rl Sti IS. r!U cnroviocB's r street cioae btobe. Detectives Swooped Down on Ghronlger's Gigar Store. COMICAL EFFORTS .TO ESCAPE One loan Was Half "Way Through a Window When His Legs Were Seized: and He Was Pulled Inside The Proprietor Sesisted and Was Quickly Hors do Combat Four teen Clerks and Business Men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 January 1895

2 THE WASHINaTCXN- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1895. The Washington Times (Erosr Dai- is the Yfoil) OWNED AND ISSUED Br Thc Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EornnviST CoitMiu Yzs&szixxsxx. Ayekce and TENTH tiTKKKT Tclopbone Editorial Jtoonas, 4SG, Business Offlco, 337. rrice, Dally Edition Ono Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, JANUARY SO, 1395. Subscribers, to "The Times" vill confer a faor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or ncslcct of duty on the pa" of llic carriers. Complaints ciil.cr by rr ail or in person will rccclc rruropt attention. Papers, should be dc liicrcdtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. "WHICH EEALt, IT BE? Thero are Iwo ways out o the present financial dilemma. One is to stop gold pay- nents and adopt a silver basis and tho other is to soli gold bonds and redeem and cancel the outstanding legal-tender and Treasury notes.' At another time, when t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 January 1895

S5SS?5!S555?BwP THE WASHIiuTGrTOSr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JAHTTAIttr 303 1895. MOSES' Wednesday, Jaimar- 30, 1895. -Begins early FRIDAY MORNING, and lasts until Tuesday night, February 12. We've made such preparations for it as will make it the most important sale ever held in the South as important as was ever held anywhere in Amer ica. Prices on Furniture, Carpet, Upholsteries, Draper ies, and Wall Papers prices on everything we sell have been put down lower than they've ever been in the years of our history. We want j-ou to see the qualities, the prices,' and the crowds that'll be after them as long as the sale lasts. AND SONS, F and ilth Streets. Warehouses, 2Jd St, noar M. 1 Our List ' 1 W Of prices for to-day Is longer than y 9 usual lull of value 1 bigger than g Ubual offering more proofs then V m usual that you can "live well and q y bare money" ly dealing at our y q stores Q V .lbs.Pwk 23CTS V & 311 aueige t5CTS ft y Corned and Smoked Shoulder, V fjound 7 CTS Q Sugar Cured H...

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