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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 February 1895

ssggsjwewajy"" "HRJPifc- .p?8 jwt-v" - asas' jwHKrw SSPpWtf THE WASBXUTCfTOK TIMES SUNDAY, FEBBUABT 3, 1895. - sr $ THE SUNDRY. TIMES' PAGE CONCERNING DI8TRIGT 0RGRNERT10N8. ' ! IT'Tl- I I i I t - ln,1r, .1, K i WEEK IK L&BOR C1BCL Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District- MEETINGS FOB THIS WEEK, 6UXDAT, rEBKOAllY 3, 1895. Musical Assembly, Knights of Labor Elks' Hall.Nlnth street and Pennsylvania avenue. Theatrical Stage Employes 131C E street northwest. momjay. FEBnuAnv 4. L. A.. 1G44, IL of L.. Plasterers riastercrs' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and .Pennsyl vania ai'cnuc L. A.. 1748, IL of L.. Cnrpenters and Join ers Typographical Tample. L.A.. 101C, K. ol L.. Bakers' Drivers Bunch's Hall. 311 Eighth street. L. U.', .100, National Brotherhood of Car penters and Joiners Hall 425 Twelfth street northwest t TUESDAY, FEBnUARY 5. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avo nuo. WEDNESDAY, FEBBUAnY C. L. U.. No. 1, Carpenter...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 February 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAT, EEBETJAEY 3, 1895. h& AHUSEHENT& QRANO OPERA HOUSE, EDWARD II. ALLEN, Manager. Mr Allen takes pleasure In announcing to the' Washington public that an arrangement has lieen made with Mefsra. Abbey, Schoallcl & Grau,Lo66cos aud Managers of the Metropolitan tpera House, New York, for a season of Four Performances of Grand Opera, to tat place on Thursday Evening, February 21st, Wagner's Opera, LOHENGRIN. Friday Evening, February 22d. Vordt'a Opora, OTELLO. Saturday Afternoon, Fobruary 28d, Gounod's Opera, FAEST. Saturday Evoulng, robruary 2M, Massenet's Opera, 1IANON. SOrniM. Mine. MoUm, Mmo. Libia Droe, Mile, Bauor n.eieter.aiKl Mile. Zellc Do Lussan. Jlme. Emilia Lamea. Mile. Lucilo Hill, Mile. Van Cauteron, and Mils. Mira Heller. Mile. Sybil Sandorson. Mile. Julia Miramar, Miss Suzanne llyan. and , lime. Lillian Kordiea, llEBZO-SOrilAM AND O0XTKALTI. Mrao. Sana Se&Ioui, Mile. Jane De Vlgne, and Mme. Bugeula JJnHtollL TENOR. Elc. OMavio N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 February 1895

The Washington Times (EVXKT DAT IK THE YEAB.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Kaslringtcin Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Southwest CoriNEB Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth brKEirr. Telophono Editorial Booms, 4SG, Business Office, 237. ""rice, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition TUreo Cents. By the month - Thlrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. FEBBUABY 3, 1SD5. Subscribers to "The Times" vill confer a fa or by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the rat- of the carriers. Complaints cither bj. Trail or in person "Hill receive trompr attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by G:30 o'clock each morning, including -Sunday. ABOUT C05GEESS. The defeat pi the Pacific Bnllroad bill In the IIusp yesterday -was a severe blow to the railroad lobby. The impression has provailed among well-informed Members that the bill would pass by a small majority, but the ap parent desire of leading Republican members to load the stigma of lis pasago on u De...

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

wmmm&QB&$l ' " N. -V THE WASHIITOTOK TIMES, StJffDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1895. SEMI-ANNUAL ' SALE ' It hasn't been in progress long enough to enable a fraction of the number of people to get here who Intend to come and yet the crowded condition of everyone of our 27 large floors all day yesterday andtheday before was proof positive of the import- ance of this sale to economic buyers and of the . B great popularity of the event. We've said enoughl conclusions. We won't give you a very'blglist of prices to-day-only a few, to give you an Idea of the reductions. In all departments the same liberal scale of prices has had Its effect! . To-day's "Post" has another full page of wonder ful values. StoGk-moirinfl a PriGBs m On m Furniture." Chamber Suites. S2i00Oai,3 piece .S1650 $I.88 Ant Kim, Gorman bevel mirror, 3 piece 515.73 21.M Maple, German bevel mir ror, 8 piece......... S15.33 S2S 09 Oak. 3 piece $15.00 1&S9 Ant. Elm, German bevel mirror, 3 piece $11.00 White andJ3rass Beds SI...

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

. "pkSjpwss " 'P,T33BiSra ,K3?iFvLrv ttt g 1 1 'ra- yniTfjOT3Tl r tBiTiIii .I "ttt iff T b" rJTiHiHrW WTfTiTnBiwflfm7iMiTfr TilffnTffTfrpffrrifWHW'nP y r r j&" -'SP'tSSiBiHBHBMBWBSSS?? 8 THE WASHING-TON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3S 1895. MOSEY TO LOAN. W a -, ir. -r . , A.-VT a TrT-.,-T?T tT? t T fo ItntAnlSnlirtfiTilirroilt "Nn-dfilnv "PLANT & TUHFIN, NationulSafo Deposit building, 15Ui at and Now York avo. Ja22-lm M OXEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST HATES OF In terest on Washington real estate. J. V. X. HDYCK. Ja23-lm 1503 Fa. avo. MONEY TO LO AX 5, JK and C per cent on real estato. liberal tortus and no delay. Ja22-lm AVM. U. fcAUNDERS & CO., 1407Fst M ONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI- luro, pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &c; th property will remain undisturbed In your pos ression; terms easy; lowest rates; private ofllce; nil business strictly confidential; you can havo tlie money the day you apply lor it; payments can be made on tbe principal at any time; each payment mad...

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

'pT0iiTKie"sv i ,t jryjwwptijg riWgr; W'"!pi8IW'PJWgylW THE WASHXBTGrTOK TIMES, StJDAT"t FEBRTTAST 3,1805. 9 WANTED HELP. A GOOD NURSE WANTED; MUST BE TEH. " lcctly compotcut and nave best city rofs Apply 2.Z cart; si 1215 Uhoio lustra ave. TWO BRIGHT, SMART YO: KG LADIES wanted to assist In our crlor dop&rtmcut; must ! quic& nn(J willing to learn; palary SO. Call attor 10, Rooms A and B, 3d Iloor, 100S P Bt WHITE GIRL ABOUT 15 WANTED TO DO odd jobs around tho bouse; (.od place for right person I all, bet the hours of IS cud 1 o clccx, at luO'J L al nw. fc-1-Std GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS COOKES'G AND housework wanted; no washing or iron lug; German preferred. Apply 7".3)7tli St. U.W. EELJABLEWHITE WOMAN WANTED FOR Infant a nurbe, bring cltyrofa. 1GIU21S st COLORED BOY WANTED TO LOOK OUT FOR stock mid make himself cenerally useful; npplyat place. W. IL KING, Laugdon D C COLORED BRICKLAYER OR CARPENTER v antod to do Jobbmp for rent of email house. Apply CUARLEs EARLY, G03 14th St. ...

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

THE WASHINGTON' TXME& SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3,1895. THE. SUNDRY TIMES' PAGE OF 8ELEGTED STORIES GP FICTION. 10 ' " Hii l l" GhroniGles of BY ANTHONY HOPE. Author of "A Prisoner of Zenda," &c. (Copyright 1895 by Anthony Hope.) CHAPTER U. OOTOtT AXTOMO ASDTHE TRAITOR MINCE. Of nil the deeds that Count Antonio of Monto Yelluto did during tho time that ho was an outlaw in tho hills, a price having boon set on his head by Duko Valentine, there was none that mado greater Biir or struck more homo to the hearts of men, howsoover they chose to Iook upon it, than that which ho performed on the high hill that faces tho wiekod gate in tho west side of tho city, and is called now tho hill of Duko Paul. Indeed, it was the act of a man, whoso own conscience was his sole guide, and who mado tho law which his xwn hand was to carry out That it had beau a crimo in most men, who ".an douut? That it was a crime in him, all gov ernments must hold; and the amo I take it, inust be the teaching of the chu...

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

-ws!9ws!t-l!SVW THE WASEOTOTOl TOM03SS- gte'D'ATF? EBKVAR 3, 1895. 21 OUR LOGRLRRT The Growth of Washington as an Esthetic Center-Some Members of "The Golony," WORK IN THE T here are Local Workers Who Have Made Themselves Prominent in This Country and Across the Ocean Out-of-the-way Nooks Near Washington Which Have Been Sought and Successfully Reproduced The Corcoran Gallery and School as Incentives to Artists of the National Qapltal The Art League and Its Members Exhibits Fast and to Come The Barblzon School Fine Private Collections Do Much to Foster the Art Spirit. What is generally known ns "the art colony" is not so largo in Ibis city ns in Now York, for instance; but neither in tho metropolis nor in any other American city, for that matter, is there a more devoted, sin cercr or harder working Bet of artists than in "Washington. Seeral who have been absent during the Bummer month, bae returned with portfolios packed with picture .sketches that will np.oenr in tho several Unglo o...

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

TELE WASHINGTON TIMCESSTDYt FEBRUARY 3, 1895. 12 NO MATTER What price you pay for a Suit or Overcoat HERE you get a RE LIABLE one, an hon est one hundred cents in value for every dollar of the cost. Prices begin at TEN DOLLARS for both Suits and Over coats, with a bigger and better variety to select from at this and all other prices than in any other two stores combined. Robinson, Gheruifc Go., FURNISHINGS, (ft & F SlSl HATS. ,"1" Citizens Discuss Typhoid Fever and Oilier Diseases. DK. S. C. BUSBY'S ADDRESS Justice Harlan Presided and Health Officer "Woodward Was Secretary Typhoid Is a living Organism Increaso in Wash ington's Death Bate Bond Bill Indorsed and Congress Urged to Pass It Speedily. TIio dangers to which, it is alleged, resi dents of Washington are exposed from the present system of sewerage, and the best way to preeat the outbreak of npidemics or typhoid fo or and other diseases, were pre sented In leading physicians at a meeting of 300 prominent eitliwns hold yest...

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

;. , vy-mvf- 3-fi-Hfirtwjrr ip 3s (Ll?is 3ssno of tDortf? Cfyctt Penny? WAsmisraTO, jd. a, mondat mobkiitg- eeeuuaby 4, isys four pages. COTE OE2TT. VOL. 1. 3TO. 323. COLLTDECKi'SCIi His Plan for Improving the Water Supply of Washington. MILES-LOXG HOLE IN THE EAKTH It Cost the People of the District More Thau 31,000.000 and Eas Sever Proiucea the Value of Ono Cent The Lininjj of the Tunnel Fraudulently- Defective Useless to Spend Kore Honey for the Projeat- A hole In the ground over four miles long and big enough to drho a wagon through. I running under the most aristocratic part of i Washington, has again began to interest oon gross. It is the famous Aqueduct tunnel. Senator McMillan lias an amondrnont to tho District appropriation bill which says: "For testing the Aqueduct tunnul, 20,000, or so much thereof as necessary." This teg tunnel has been unnoticed so long that half Washington has forgotten it. A big bore running from the distributing reservoir a mile beyond Georgetown un...

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

mmmmmmmmmmmmmim "r'Pfw' THE WASHINGTON TIjMBS, MONDAY, MIBT5TJARY 4, 1895. ThB Washington Times (Every Day is the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Boranwwrr CouNHn Pekksylvakia Avenue and Tenth street Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S5, Business Offlco, S37. Trice, Dally Edition Ouo Cent Sunday Edition... .'.Three Cents. By the month - Thirty-fives Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. FEBRUARY 4, 1893. Subscribers to "The Times" Mill confer a faorfcv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the jMTt of the carriers. Complaints cither by v ail or in person will receive crompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all pairs of the city by G:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. DON'T THEN WILLING WORKERS AWAY. ' Tho appeals of the unemployed for work arenoarly hcatrending. Their applications for employment printed In another column should awaken an Interest and bring prompt rolior. They do not ask for alms. Thoy want not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 February 1895

tFEDG WASHXPraixra" TrM'ESxr'OKDAr, ITEBlltTA-RX 4,1895. H lifeC! CCj5 Monday, Fobruary4, 1993. 2 Bays Have Passed Two very important days for those wlio want Fnrniture, Carpets, Draperies, Uphol stery Goods, Wall Papers, or an 3' of the other things we sell. 'Two days of remarka bly brisk luring despite the weather. To-day begins the only full week of MOSES' SEMI ANNUAL STOCK - MOV ING SALE. It -ends a week from Tnesda3r. And, as the next event of the kind here is a long six months off, those who regard the immensely big values of the present sale as applicable to what the' want, had best be prompt in bu3-ing, for the good things are going fast. AND SONS, F and Hth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22dSt, near M. It mafcs no difference -what others may say about goods, or what others may get for them, at this store the aim is stra ght for oho point, viz.: To get the best and give it at the right rates as iovt or loner than any house In the United States. Anything short of tho top in ext...

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

pwpjwm itmmmm9ismmm. jjigipgfwwpgmw1 THE WASHXNaTOI?r TIMES, MOPAT, FEBEUAKY 4., 1895. NO MRTTER TWO LOP YEARS. 'If It's Furniture, We Have It," What price you pay for a Suit or Overcoat HERE you get a RE LIABLE one, an hon est one hundred cents in value for every dollar of the cost. Prices begin at TEN DOLLARS for both Suits and Over coats, with a bigger and better variety to select from at this and all other prices than in any other two stores combined. Robinson, Cherub Go.. FURNlisWlNGS, 7tu Sr F SlSl HATS. ,J"lU W ' Our Combination Shoe Sale Is olfring values uu duplicatod anywhere lbO in town. shoes for men, women audchil dron, nil realm cd to tho Ion est price that o er lK)ughi tboiu As mi idea. 10 pairs of lion's Patent I.eatho-, laeo and button Lobular 1 values. Dm iutr tliifl sale 2.(3 huya thorn. g Edrnonston, 1334 f st- '(&-&-S'' -B-O-0-"W$Q f THE "GAUlRAi-H'5 HAS f Loeu before tbe public as a thorouRbly practical iy,iewnter for tho past twelve yea-n, and n that t...

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

r5S?,,iHP'R,V THE WASHIN tDomen ike Best because it is Bright WASHTeTGtTO:, X. C, TUESDAY HOBSrorGK-FEBTlTJA2iY 5, 1895 FOUR PAGES. VOL. 1. 20. 324. 02sTE CBKT. mm TIMES IB. BEED Ti TIE BESGD He Has a Substitute for the Ad ministration Bill. SEEKS REPUBLICAN SUITOKT Restriction of the Besnnwtion Act to Three Per Cent. Bands ana Exchequer Bills Pay able in Com The Banking and Currency Committee's Production Has No Friends Anywhere President Has Forsaken It Ex-Speaker Beod is about to'come forward as a financier. He has a little bill with which he thinks the Gordiaa knot of the present llnancial ontanglemont can bo cut. Uo pro poses to offoi it as a substitute for the Bank ing and Correnoy Committee's bill if ho can secure anything like united Bepublican sup port for it. Sir. Bccd's plan is, first, a modification of the resumption act of 1875, and proposes to restrict the Secretary of tho Treasury to the issue of 8 per cent bonds. Another part of it contemplates the isue of exchequer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 February 1895

u mmsmiiim WWrfSWa"1 1 &(? n THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, EEBBTTAEX 5, 1895. The Washinflton Times (EVEBT DAT IN TOE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The "Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, 80cthwe3t couneb pennsylvania avenue am) Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S5, Business Office. 37. Price, Daily Edition Ono Gent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho month .......Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C FEBRUARY 5, 1803. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a fat or bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or ncslcct of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by i' ail or in person will receive rroropt attention. I'apcrs bliould be de li credit) all parts of the city by 6:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. TV0K 502 TEE PCOB. Tbo efforts of Tjie Times to And work for tho unemployed havo met with flattering suc cess. Many sonorous citizens havo provided work fer tho poor who have advertised iu these coiuias, and numbers of IIolp Wanted ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 February 1895

THE WASHTN-CTOlSr TIMES, TOES DAT, PJ3BRTJAKT 5,1895. 1 r MOSES' Tuesday, FoTbiuary 5, ISOi -If you want Furniture, Carpets, Draperies.Upliolsterv Goods, Wall Papers, and the other things we sell at less, perhaps, than cost. MOSES1 SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK-MOVING Sale ends next Tuesday. Crowds were here 3res- terda3 and the two days of last week. Crowds will be here to-da-, to-morrow, and as long as this sale lasts. It's the biggest event of the kind that'll occur within the next six months. And those who are wise won't fail to take advantage of it. MOSES sAoNNDs. F and Mth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22d St, uoar M. Personal "Wo want to tell-you two or three good hound facts about buying furniture. Tncio ore two ways of going about it one Is to deprive years lr of the thiues you need un til you liuve saved up mono.- enough to i ay cash the othor way and the sponsible one is to lot us hilp you In the f u-nlshlng of yovr house as we hao helped thou baads of others on Now for the FACTS Wo w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 February 1895

HfPPHPWP THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAT, FEBRUARY 5. 1895. Our FLEECE HEALTH UNDER WEAR is the lightest, most comfortable, warmest, and best Underwear made, and yet it costs no more than the other kinds-$1.25 per garment Up. Try it r and you'li always wear it. Plenty of the other kinds for those who prefer them, and less than other people's prices, too. Robinson, GtiBru Go., 9imssh.cs. mil & F Sts, HATS. Our Combination Shoe Sale Is oTcring valuos an duiilicated anywhere else in town, ishoosfor men, women and clul ilren. all rodm-ed to the lowest price that ever bought thorn. As att ldoa. JO 1 alr3 of Men's Patent Leathers, lace and button. Regular ,f 1 valuca Dm ins this sale fi 65 buys them. Edmonston, 1334 f s Q-'G'O 3-2-0-0-- f THE "CAUCRAFH" HAS been befoie the public as a thoroughly practical iy,ewruer for tbe past twelve yi-a'-p, and in that time lias pr ved Itself superior in itniortaut points to every other typewriter on the market "It stands at ibo head, because Sn the ...

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

f ' " THEWA Do 3J ou Heeb Jclp ? Can Senb it )uick wASHnsrarro, jd. a, Wednesday hobningf.jeebiixjaey g9 lsys-'-six pages. VOIin. SO. 325. OJs B CENT. E i OH it DR1HR SEDWMB PJL-I A.JL 1 VJ! f-L S JL i TIMES aac w i 1 o r ii " Zimmkemmam!&rrmmmmMmtaBtmmmMmmBmmammiZt!!mmmmmmmmmmmm I, in ui L-1JI S J ii "TniTrmmm " Th M L Jim Huti Dying from the Blows of a Wounded Woman. HIS UNPROVOKED SHOOTING Tho Man Who Silled His Sister's letrayer Tea Yean Aga, and Has Since Lei a Be spooled Life, Enters a Farmhouse and Snoots a Defenselesj Juan and Woman lira. payton Will Die Jim Natt'o History. Atchisox, Kan., Feb. 5. Jim Xutt. mado fa-i ous for killing Lawyer W. W. Duke. In I'montown, Pa., over a decadd ago. because Duke seduced Miss Nutt, la djing from w uuds inflicted early this morning by Mrs. John ravton, who committed tbe net after Nutt. in a drunken race, bad fatally sbot ber. Neither can liv. Leonard Coleman, a hired man, who attempted to save Mrs. Puy ton'B lire, is lying seriously ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 February 1895

THE WASHOTGTCXN" TIMES, WEDNESDAY, rEBRTJARY 6,1895. Board of Trade Replies to Ob jections to the Sewer Bill. DIRECTORS HAKE A STATEMENT Efeey Justly Incurring Debt for the Object in View District Is Able to Stand In creased Indebtedness Csntract System Defended Not in Tavor of Submitting the Hctter to a Vote of tbe People. The bjoctloos of the Knights of Labarto to the 7,M.0&0 Lend bill for tba extension ol sewers and streets vvero formally an swered yesterday afternoon by the board of txlrectors of tbe board of trade. The answer is vgry leaptby printed report of the com mittee appointed for this purpose on tbo day the delegation from tbe labor unions ap peared beforo the board and argued against tbe indorsement of tbe bill. Mr. R. Bos3 Perry was the chairman, and the othor mem berswere Jletsrs. J. UL Johnson, Samuel ltoef S W. "Woodward, and T. "W. Smith. Tbe report was read yeste day before tbo following members of tbe board of directors, who received it with considerable npp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 February 1895

f-T5?"S5?':f5ifPw THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, 3? JBBRTJARY 0,1895 PERSONALS. 1 RHOOKLYN HANDJOAP. M D si.ti fnr -narticulars. odds, etc., to ULORGE SAV1LLE, teO-lw TSS Sixth aveaao, New York, N. Y. L OPIRTTCALISM AT 'j.'iruiifcir.un;AiiiAi.JL P v5 to-n-jdit, Mis 3 D Oomptonand Ylra SI. II. h Kolaa will entertain with testa and readings; 10 cont collection at tioor vk MMF BROOKS TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OP life All businesscoulldeatiaL Ladies and cpatleaien. We each; hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. in. 003 N Y ave nw . near fath 6t f eG-2tv 6VOl MIGHT STAND ON YOUR HEAD" rv& 6tlU ueer find any one that sella sneh elerant suits and oier.oats (sliehtly worn) lit such extraordinary low prices. Only one pnee, JI MIPS OLD STAND. 019 D at nw. I AM NuT A COUNTESS NOR. A GYPSY queen; am not a seventh daughter; was not Dora with a caul, am not something new and 3ustarrled. hut am MilE FRANCIS, ono of the oldest e&tab ished mediums, and am here to stay Am not indorsed by the clergy, but am indo...

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