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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 January 1895

rS55ti4sswi9' ffflg"y 'g''B?6.'' THE WASHIN&TOH TIMES, WEDNESDAY, .TAStTAHX 30. 1898. I '4iU! :i5s2i:i5 nhXX2 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, $15, $ 1 S, and up to $45 and all worth EVERY DOLLAR of their cost. Robinson, GheryX Go., 12th & F Sis, E?,-ncs. ALL SORTS of printing executed by us promptly and n i-urately 1 e are equal to any test that a printer can bo subtected to McG'LL & WALLACE, 5SE -Nothing too largo, nothing too small for us to print DOIIGS 0F11E DISTRICT Applicants for License Who Re ceived Favorable Consideration. ! Assignee Sale! f o f f Men's Boys' and Children'? Clothing Sacrificed in the in terest of creditors. People are buying as they never did before. We are selling as we never did before. The Reed, Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 January 1895

THE WASHIMM TIMES 3s Cfyts 3ssue- of mortCMPenng? VOL. 1. NO, 319. WASHINGTON, J). C, THURSDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 31, 1895 SIX PAGES. ONE- CENT. Underwriters Give One More of Their Splendid Banquets. SOLID MEN WERE THEIR GUESTS Floral Decorations Were of the Most Elabo rate Description Toastmaster John. B. "Witrhfs Pleasing Way Some Letters of Ecgret B. HL "Warner and Simon Wolf Hade Addresses Testimonials Presented. o similar organization, except it be the board of trade, draws around its annual fectal board moro representative, solid, and ati.nl business men than the Association of Fire I nderwriters of the District ot Colum bia. The nnnual banquet of this association , Jtst night was by far the most pleasing and I successful of any it has ever given. The splendid now banquet hall of the Ar lington Hotel presented an animated scene wien this representative gathering -was scatel-ibout the tables in the shape of a d;- .e cross. There wore about 173 members of the issociation nnd thoi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 January 1895

THE WASHIaTONTolES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1895. " "" " ' " m nil miA' M . GOLDEN "ANNIVERSARY" jJLX All Carpets Slaughtered. 'ABSlenec'e sale," "clearing sales," anfl otbor "sale aro simply "not in il" with these prices, As ro stated boforo, it is now but a question of '-"bow little we wan lose, as wo propose to lay about SS.fiOS wortu of Carpels the npxt ten or ifftoeu dsya If you bare been thinking about getting a Carpet within the next year, uomo and got.it to-morrow. Short lengthy of best Tapestry Brussels Carpet, hulllcieut in . . ssmopiecos'Jortmallroftms.- qu-, Mitrt lengths of Best Body r Bru&sols Carpet .".. O1- Good quality of Ingrain or Oarpet. - KxoliontTag Carpet 22C. enetinu Stair Carpets, Bogu-' n-n lar price, 40c. yard , 0 ' Bast -quality of Extra Super C'CJoUtm Chain Ingrain Cnrpota. . llogulnr price, 05c, yard -qA.. Bfl6t Quality of Extra Supor All Wool Ingrain. Former price, Arr Pc 49U lAcra Carpet Former price, .nn. mc (OC. yino Tapestry Brussels Carpet, ati-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 January 1895

f THE WASHISTGrTOlNr TIMES, TITUJftgPAY, JATJARIT 31, 1895. era mites ir Waloott Again Mixed Up in a Sus picious Race at the Island. fOOR WORK OF THE STARTER Close of the Inyestiiration. Into the His Grace Case far the .Declaration That the Arch Culprits Could Not Be Detected Beckton Was Cut Loose and Landed Big Bets for His Knowing Backers To-day's Entries. In strong contrast to tho previous day, tho races at Alexander Island were run off yes terday without trouble, although tho starting of Mr. Cassldy was of the moBt oxocrablo sort. His work with the flag has unfortu nately been of the poorest kind this week. The track 'was in fair condition, andn larger crowd than usual tried to pick tho winners, with ten book-makers laying tho odds. Two favorlties won during tho day, and the peuolllers had much, tho best of tho argument Tho officials declared that L-. Blank, tho reported owner of His Grace, has been ex onerated, and that tho investigation had been concluded. Among those who desi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 January 1895

mi ,piiiL,ipiMiJ4!lijpt? 4 The Washington Times EVEHT DAT IS TDK YEAR.) OWXED AD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Eouthwest Corner Pennsylvania avenue and Tenth street1. Telephone Fdltorial Rooms, 480, Business Office, 337. rrteo. Dally Edition Ono Cent Suudny Edition -? Three Ccnta By tho month - Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. JANUARY 31, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" Mill confer a fniorb- promptly reporting any discour tcj of collectors, or neglect of duty on the ran t tl,c carriers. Complaints cither by n all or in person Mill receive rronipt attention. Papers should be dc lhcrcdtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. WOBK TOE THE UNEMPLOYED. As a moans of assisting the unemployed to And work Tux Times oilers its columns for the free publication of ads. for Situations Wanted and Help Wanted. There are thousands of men and women out of employment in Washington who are willing to work, and there are also many persons wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 January 1895

i iJM.'-up YMll'lWJMl'iri'rJ: THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUABY 31, 1805, THE WE&K PQlItT -- THIS .j f WRAPPER ONLY 08 k Q7n ! MOSES' Howgate's Counsel -Damage the Government's Case. Thursday, January 31, ISO. ft -J I Kj- r " "" SrTflC Z77 -f To-morrow Morning At o'clock The GREATEST SALE of the 3Tear and of all tlie pastears of our history -begins. MOSES1 SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK-MOVING SALE is bound to prove great not be cause vre. say it but because we KNOW itf We've put prices on a lower level than tbe3T've ever been before. TO-MORROW MORN ING the sale begins Febru ary 12 it ends. If 'ou care to take advantage of it you'll find it "the biggest tiling" we've ever attempted. To-night's "Star" will give 3'ou an immense list of prices but only a brief idea of the reductions that'll pre vail throughout all the de partments in our stores. W. B. MOSES AND SONS, Ilth and F Streets. Storage Warehouses, 23d St, near M. Can You Promise? And then KEEP the promibO? if you can that's all w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 January 1895

IPWgR?Ft''"' rH"5S5 seef- ,.- THE WASHIKGTOK TIMES, THflJKS PAY, JANUARY 3 1 1895. f l 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, 15, $1 8, and up to $45 and all worth EVERY DOLLAR of their cost. Robinson, Gheru Go., !2tti & F StSi Eat1"s,,ng.s' DMKHf iif BIBS Action by the Commissioners on Transfers and Car Fenders. Our Combination Shoe Sale Is offering values un duplicated anywhere olso iu town, btioes for men, women and chil dren, all reduced to the Ion est prico that over bought thom. As an idea: JG pairs of 31 en's Patent Leathers, lace and button. Regular 51 values. During this sale fi(0 miyslbeui. Edmonston, 1334 f st- 1 I V ifT VT TTnrfl TFfi. "V iflRMTflRS r I WANT CASH. 1 ft t S39 ono fi UfU&i I v We are making the fur fly in this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 February 1895

jjss lww se - 3s (TI?ts 3s5ue of tDorif? t)at Penny? TOL. 1. NO. 320. WASHUsraTON, D. C., FRIDAY AIOEIa, FEBUTJABX 1, 1895---SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. WASHIMffl TTMIK The Sea Believed to Gontain"3 14 of Elbe's Passengers. ANTOX FISCHER SOT ABOARD Watchful Eyes on' the Wintry Coasts Have Not Observed Any of the Ill-starred Steamer's lifeboats, and Iherefore the Host Sanguine Fear All the Best Pe r ished Washingtonians Who Were Lost. Lowestoit, England, Jan. 31. Uo other hosts carrying survivors ol the Elbo disaster hae boon sightoa along the coast, and dis jaUhes from points on tho coast for many ir lies give no hope. It is believed that all ethers have certainly perished. A blizzard is Honing and bitter cold weather prevails. It is not beliovod now that any of tho pas sengers are living, and hope has been given up. A lifeboat, supposed to have belonged to tho Elbe, has been -washed ashore near Yarmouth. In tho boat were a number of hfe-belts and oats, and it is believed to bo tho boat fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 February 1895

WBBE IPifiPPiilPiiiPiPPW m!&&q0mxm&mrmmvi 2 THE WASHINGrTCXST TIMES, FRIDAY, IEBETJAEY 1, 1895. ft- lirac A U POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE, 416 Seventh Street. . FINAL CLEARING SALE LADIES' AND MISSES' WINTER CLOAKS AND SDITS. We have decided, at a great loss, to close out the balance of our Ladies' Winter Coats and Suits. Our already low prices have been $9, $ 1 0, $ 1 2.50, $ 1 5, $ 1 8, and $20. Now S6.50. All this season's latest shapes and cloths. Suits made with the Long Prince Albert or Cutaway Coats. All of our Children's High-grade Long Cloaks, consisting only of extra quality cloths, we have made in two lots : LOT 1, SIZES 4 TO 14, REGULAR PRICES $6.50 TO $10, HOW $5. LOT 2, SIZES 6 TO 14, REGULAR PRICES $11 TO $18, NOW $7.50. SpfiGlfl! WfiltiSS 10F iFlitHJ tllliy. 6c China SMI", Wne, ltd'otrope, and Jilit brown 85o- royliee. all Kuan, colored iKurderfuUsjEC.. ,... .. 1 Itwslbs Heuristic, in j-lat, cream, mid light blue, at half price. 10r. Hobtoer Omuls 4c; Ma Pearl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 February 1895

c8!'w';sSSife5i THE TFAJBrOTOTOK TIMES, FiiTDAX, -EBKUART "1,1S95. vbLl io wiii i lH my isi In End to Running ill the Snow in This Vitjinity atileast. BALTIMORE THE KEXT PLACE On rbrsy a Meatus Will 3e Started, to Last Tkirty Bays, Hoar the Oriolo City Eiringfellew "Was Fenna to 3e FtiU cf '"Dope" at tfee Islfcaii The Guilty Farties Rulsd Off The Starting Very Poor. uer ate ordinary races that were not a't nber satisfactory from the view poiut of t Ip lent, tiiB meeting at Alexander Is'and ' " I yesterday, aud the gates will remain c .t during tbe month of February. The -? nof tbe struggles of the selling-platers v . at once be transferred to Baltimore, as a r mg will be eomaseuced Februarys on tl t half-mile Arlington track, and continue t :!v days If the agents of the law do aot 1 ere. i,i fa?t that there Trill be racing at Balti r: became widely known yestordny, and It 1. 1 kely that nearly all of the regulars now in :he aity will go, together with many of the t rses now quartere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 February 1895

mwwwmimmwim 'mvmmwmmmR THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, EJEBRTJARY 1, IS95. 4 The Washington Times (Evxnv Day is the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY "The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Sorwiwrsr Cobkeb pexnsyivaxia atgnue and Tenth Jstuhet. Telephone Editorial ltooms, 4SG, Buslnoss Offlce, 837. rtnse. Dally Edition.?- Ono Cent. Sunday Edition Three Conta illy tho month .....Thlrty-Ilvo Conts. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 1, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" Mill confer a fat or by promptly reporting any discour tcs of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by ir ail or in person Mill receive rrompt attention. Papers should be do Ihcredtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. THE LOSE OF THE ELBE. Tho horrible collision that caused tho loss of nearly 409 lives and a magnificent ocean bteamer seems to have been the result of neg ligence. Neither of tho regular pilots was in charge of the Elbe, and the officer in com ...

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

S!4'ai THE WASHI&TOK TIMES, FRIDAY, ITEBEUABX 1, 1895. && 10SES' Irlday, February 1, 1691 Semi-Annual St Begins This Mprning And lasts 10 Business Days. -. -We've been busy for days preparing for it, for we've tlong intended and mean now -to make it the most widely, celebrated business event the South has ever known. Our buyers have been e ervwhere scouring the man ufacturing circles for the great est alues that could be pro- luced h' the economic genius of science. From everywhere roods have been rolling in lpou us. were read'' to meet and gratify 3-our every want. Were had wonderful gales here before, but never ne like this we ve made re- irkable prices heretoforebut ie er such as these. It's a sale that'll be iked about all over this .part the country while it lasts pd 3'ou'll hear mairy a good lord of it after it's over. Last night's Star gave Ipage full of prices. AND SONS, Hth and F Streets. o-age 'Wnieliou&es, 22dt, near 1L ,11 Y011 'roinise? r. 1 then KEEP th...

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

"V 6 THE WASHISrGrTXXff TIMES, iTRIDAX, EEBKTJAIlr 1, 1895." hen 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, $15, $1 s and up to $45 and all worth EVERY DOLLAR'of . their cost. 0 Robinson, Cherub Go., 12th & F Sts, CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, HATS. I Closing Out i Prices on Shoes. We're eofaK out f bus nesi. Eiery shoe In onr slock, is Iwiug soW to M-il o nit aOat s Quick, colug prices on eer tkiag. Ilarcaiub for all. Here's au Idea. Broken lei or Men s $3, UM aud fa Shoes, mostly narrow wjd Its, It, l and Vs the btt and S3undst of tbe tAo k well fchnped aud comfortable. ChoJtfe,l.tO TUCKER'S. 1923 Pa. Ave. Y We are raaklupthe fur fir in this creat Astlimo 's Sale of Clothing. Cash is the unlr stull that pays bills iu th' business worlil- and th cred itor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 February 1895

wKS-a'SfraJfii-r"' -s"Wl t-'!" ''' 'ct&!g$$zl'& l s $ . 1 If ' I 'I 1 1 m ll: iH I V V THE WASH IDortl? I?at Penny? Js Cl?ts 3ssue of WASHX3STGT02T, , C, SATURDAY MOMe, FEBRUARY 2, 1895 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. TCXL. 1. O. 321. t NSBURGH & gRQ.'S. -ASTOUNDING TIMES ---'sP ' '. -rW v, ', 1511 PKS 'W - 11 ta IRT HND HRTI8T8 IN WASHINGTON FEATURE OP TO-MORROW'S TIMES, Signs That the Chinese Are in a Hurry for Arbitration. REWARDS TOR DEAD JAPANESE Money Prizes Varying in Amount Offered for II Heads of the Enemy by the Celestial Em pireProgress of the Invading Arms Foreigners Buying in Japanese Bonds King of Korea Throws Off the Yoke. a T.'Kio, Jan. IS, via San Francisco, Feb. 1. ",he senior Chinese ambassador, Chang-Yung- I wan, arrived at Shanghai with a retinue of It -L. attendants January 14, and his nc a w indicate a desire to set sail for Hiro shima -with the least possible delay. In Japan tlils sudden activity is attributed to his anxiety ho meet Mr. Foster. To Japanese m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 February 1895

liip. ' JMJ!laH!B,aHW'-i' ' &V'' TILE WASHIIJraTOlT TIMES, SATURDAY, 3TJ3BBUAE.Y 2, 1895. ''"' " UMBER of golden op portunities exist liere just now! That lot of Men's "Odd" Trousers left from suits that sold from 10 to fas is 2"mS rapidly at 1.90 the pair. Blue and Black Cheviots, stripes and mixtures. That second lot of Men's Fine 10 and $12 Suits in sin gle and double-breasted sacks, &c, is goine out rapidly at $6.25. That lot of Men's Heavy Storm Overcoats good vari ety were $8, $io, and 12, is going out rapidly at -6.25. We are efiviuq: you back twenty-five cents on every dollar's worth of Boys' Clotli- iur vou buv a straight re- duction of one-fourth. PARKER, BRIDGET & GO,, WASHINGTON'S LEADING CLOTIIIKRS. 3.5 7th St. N. W. AUCTION SalES. R ATC'LIFFE, DAKK & CO , AUCTIOXEEIt& TItrSTCE?' SALE OF HOUSES AM) LOTS, NO.s 2il2. 22H 31 S.TKEET NOHXHWiihT. By irtue of a decree of the supreme court of the District of Columbia pnsseu ou 15tU day or January, 1895, in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 February 1895

S 4JI-flllS JWIIIUIWJjIIJ.W THE WASHIjNTGTOjtf TIMES, SATTJIiOAX, FEBRUARY 23 1895. i AMUSEMEirrS. MONEY TO LOAN. a RAND OPERA HOUSE. Wooil uegiuuiug ;iouany, .rouruary. MRS. POTTER. MR. BELLEW. Saturday Mat CORDAY. Tuesday and Tbur'day 1 Dumas Come y. nights and Wed. Mat. FRANC1LLON. t-atui-day Night Set6nowon Sale. Zolas' THERESE. G RAND OPERA MOl'SK. EDWARD IL ALLEN, Manager. OTIS SKINNER. . To-day at 2, Ufs Grace dc Gran. m out. Tc-ul;ht at 8, i he Merchant of Venice .Kext week Mrs. Potter and .Mr. Bellew. Seats now on wile. BENEFIT OF THE TOOK OK EAST WASHINGTON". GRAND ENTERIAIVMLNT AND HOP J5T THE EAST WASHINGTON BANJO. MANDOLIN AND COTTAR CLUB, Odd Fellows Hall, SUi streets, e. "V eduesday, February 0, 1S93, o p. in. Tickots. 25 cents. Muic kindly donated by Repetti Brothers. AND WIFE Masonic Hall, - fiinth and F Streets Northwest rimday Afternoon and Evening; Tcb. 3. Afternoon at 3 o'clock, Mrs. idattery, by spo- . request, to Ladies Uniy. Subject: "Why ;'S i-fuu i wwt cue ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 February 1895

iwii THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1895. 4 . The Washinaton Times (EAEHT DAT IS TOE YEAR) I OWNED AND ISSUED BY N The Washington Times Companv TIMES BUILDING. OrniWET C01UER rEXJ.SYI.VAXU ATEXUE AND TEXTH STREET Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SG, Business Office, S3T. rrice. Daily Edition One Contv Sunday Edition Three Cents, j Bj tho mouth Tnhty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON: D. C.. FEBRUARY 2, 1895. Subscribers to "1 he Times." ill confer a faAorb promptlj reporting any discour tcs of collectors, or neglect of duty on the rart of the carriers. Complaints citlicr b trail or in person vill rcccie r,iompt attention. Papers, should be de lected to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. A CREDITABLE CONDITION. It is creditable to our labor organizations that none of their members ato dependent upon puMic charity during this extremely trying winter. Such of them as are out of e nploi ment and in need are taken care of In their btetbren, and the people ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 February 1895

THE 3s (El?ts 3ssue of . IPortf? Cfjree (Cents ? VOL. 1. NO. 322. WASHESTGTO JD- C, SUNDAY MOBlQNGr, FEBTCTJABY .3l?aS95 TWELVE PAGES AD AllT SUPPLEMENT. TEEEECjKSrTS. I r VI Fai rhdiig mmim Shouts of Jubilation Marked the Event In the House. BY AN ENORMOUS MAJORITY Xr. Boatner's Motion to Becommit the Bill to the Committee on Pacific Bailroads Was Adopted 177 to 108 The Eesnlt Was a turpnse Even to Opponents of the meas ure Some Lively Speeches Made- The Paeiflo Railroad funding 1)111 was re ecniinlttod to tho Committeo on Pacific Rail roads lato yestorday afternoon by a vote of 177 to 108, showing an unexpectedly largo i.aj.rity against the measure. Altfa. ugh tho drift hn9 been against tho It 1 Vom the inception of the debate, its ad vocates were not without hope even yester tlay, Tho extent of their defeat was a great surp-ise to both sides. cLaractor. Only three of tho eighteen sec tions of the bill had been read when the hour fcr taking tho veto arrived. But one sub stantial a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 February 1895

mmmW' 1 2 THE !V"ASHISJGJT.Oiq- MviES, SMUAY, JTEBEUAET 3, 1S05. IE s ii- i m y? k I Stricture Varicocele I Brain and Nerv Exhaustion. We treat and cure Chronic, Blood, Skin, Private and Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility. Stricture, Gleet, Varlocele, Unnatural Discharges, Kidney and Bladder Diseases. Consultation Free and Confidential. Call or write for question blank for Home Treatment. United States Academy of Medicine and Surgery, 807. 809 and 811 I4th STREET N. W.. WASHINGTON, D. C. OrriCi: HOURS 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. and 0 p. rn. 1 " 8j m. Sunday. 1 0 to 2. ; NjvjvV' vvs ' sw REMEDY FOR A PATENT ABUSE. Commissioner of Patents Authorized to tfoptn Proposed Rule. Authority for a step of prcat importance to tho patent system is ghoa in an opinion ren dered by Attorney General Olneyand for wurded with the approval of Secretary Smith to the Commissioner of Fatents yesterday, docidinp; that the rule herptofore mentioned in The Timef, jropoi,ed by tho comtn sioui-r to facilitate tho dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 February 1895

THE "WASFXN-aTCm TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUAET 3. 1S95. The Winners of t Con Before the a puzzle and III lw y I t -am ' The proper make the number 30 column. The winners are: Mr. C. C. Norton, 111 tat Four "good things" are rapidly neariug an end. We refer to those excellent trousers left from suits which sold from $10 to $25, which we are running at $1,90 per pair. And that line of Men's $10 and $12 Suits which e are running at $6.25. And that line of Men's 3, $ 10, -and $12 Storm Overcoats we are running at $6. s$. And that offer of 25 per ceut. discount .on all the Boj's' Clothing in the house. After the manner in which we have recently em phasized it, it ought not be necessar' to. repeat that you lose nothing in trading with us. Washington's Leading Clotfiffers, 315 7th St. ml MfliRi I Preparing for the Raoe Meeting to Be Held at Arlington. ST. ASAl'H POOLROOM CLOSED During the Present Kontfl There Will "Be Ue-ther Eacing nor Wagerina; on theEe Bults in the Neighhoring State of Vir gi...

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