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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

THE WASBXETfrTOK TH&E3, SUN DAT, ITJEBUXJAET JO, 1895. THE SUNDAY TIMES1 Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. MEETINGS FOB THIS WEEK. MONDAY, rEMtUAKr 11. L. A.. 1044. K. or L.. Plasterers Plasterers' Hal!, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsyl vauia avenue, L. A.. 1748, K. ol L.. Carpenters and Join ers Typographical Temple. L. U., 190, National -Brotherhood of Car penters and Joiners Hall, 425 Twelfth street north west. Carriage Makers' Assembly, Bunch's Hall, SM Eighth street nortnwet. Amalgamated Society ot Carpenters and Joiners, Costollo's Hall, Sixth and G streets. TUESDAY, FEBBUAfiY 12. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania nvo cue. Building Trades' Council, Typographical Temple. TODsisoiT, FEnnuAnr 13. L. TJ.. No. I Carponters and Joiners Ty pographical Temple. (Special.) L.A., No. 2031, ILorL., Tin and Sheet Iron Workera, Plasterers' Hall. Eleetricnl Workors' Union, No. 2C Hall, 419 Tonth street THcnDAY, rjmn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

MBMMaaBMMBMMMWBWWWWMBWMWiaiWBMWIMBlMMMMMWMM""?" . . . .. . n-, -jprj " wj- &'pwJEriligr5 TlPi! '""? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1895. -JUJI'LIM'111 LJ'ILlWU ...J, mjL.....1 .4U ' U1 . - . -. ., . ..I. '1 J, i' U ii. .'. '' ' ' - "LlL-l'l!.!1 lA.iLJl!l.jJil!i l'I'yUI1 LMJWJ " f-w3 "' iSr WASHINGTON'S SALESWOMEN Then Have Taken the PlaGe of Men in jVlanu Important Departments. WHERE THEY HRE Pen and Pencil Pictures of the Big Bazars Where Lady Clerks Are Very Much In Evidence Behind Counters and In Charge of Departments-Our Local Salesladies Are Superior to Those Elsewhere In Education and Refinement Because They Are Drawn from the Middle-class How They Have Crown to Supercede Men in Many Branches of Merchandise Buying and Selling-They Receive a Uniformly Good Treatment. In those great modem department stores you can enter in the costume of a native of Terra Del Puego and come out cloihed from solo to crown. Or, is it housekeeping you wish to engage hi, you will fin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

wm"iqgwwyMJgypmGJiw$pi juwfayppayj THE WASHTSTGrTOIff TIMffg, SUNDAY, FEBKUARY 10, 1896. 6 The Washinglon Times (EVEKT DAT IK TnE YEAE.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. BocrnwEST couer Pennsylvania Atence and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S3, Business Office, 237. Price, Daily Edition - Ono Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 10, 1S95. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor bv promptly rcportlnc; any discour tesy of collectors, or ncslcct of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by trail or In person will receive rroropt attention- Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each tnorninz, including Sunday ONE "V7AY "WORKERS ARE INJURED. One of the greatest curses that afflicts this country is the absolute freedom of corpora tions to -water stocks to swindle the public, nnd to issue bonds to themselves for tho three-fold purpose of conc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

SfpST f" gKfs;-vf!ns?' THE WASHI GrTCXN- TIMES, StTNDAT, FJEBRTJAUY 10, 1895.- OSES 9 Seini-Annual SALE Will, Be Continued Until Saturday Night. INSTEAD of terminating it this coming Tuesda', as we had all along intended, we will give the birying pub lic another full week of Bar gain offerings. This change in our plains is due to three important reasons: Tho miserable weather of tbo past week, -which, lias rendeiel chopping an Impossibility. The desire of the Public to take advan tage of the wonderfully low prices now prevailing- Our constant deslro and steady dm to offer values that'll bring to us all the Puniituro, Carpet, Upholstery, Drapery, and "Wall Papor trado of the city and vioiuity. But, no matter what the weather of the present week, the sale will end next Satur da' night at closing time. You will note through all our stock that the top price has not been inflated one cent to make the values look bigger. All are honest reductions our loss in every case. w. B. AND SONS, F ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

Wgf51fS?SSP "irsrcsstssw-' 'S THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUBAT, EEBRTJAKY J, 1895. THE SUNDAY TIMES' PAGE OF GOOD SELECTED FICTION. GhroniBles of BY ANTHONY HOPE. Author of "A Prisoner of Zenda," &c. Copyright 1S95 by Anthony Hope.) CHAPTER IIL COr ST ASIOKIO AKB THE TEIXCK Or XANTI "TO8I.IA. I know of nagbt by which a man may better be judged tnan by bis bearing in mat ters of love. "What know I of love? say you, I -whose bead is gray and shaven, to boot. True, it Is gray and it is shaven. But once it was brown, and the tonsure came not tnere III! I bad livod thirty years and borne arms lor twelve. Then came death to one I loved and the tonsure to me. Therefore, oh, yo proud joung men and laughing girls, old Anselm knows of loc, though his knowledge be only like the memory that a man has of a glorious rod-gold sunset which his eyes saw u year ago. cold are the tints, gone the rich ness, sober and faint the picture. Yet it is something, llo sees no more, but ho has Been, and sometime...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

-jyit ""a" """- -'R!h"JSrW -SSSnJlS&fW THE TTASBINGTOIT TIMES, SUNDAT, FEBRUARY 10. 1895. IT. GIRLS? Read This Article, Then, and Fol low the Simple Instructions. SPLENDID EXERCISE GAINED Evory Hassle of tho Body is Used and Grace and Beauty Is the Eesult With a Pair of Loose Gloves, a Loess Dress and an Uncar peted Floor You Can Learn Without the Aid of a Professor of the Manly Art, NEwYomr, Fob. 9. Fashion 1ms decreed that good, old-fashioned boxiug is about tho best exercise for a woman if sbo wishes to bo lithe tuid graceful nnd possess dignity and repose of manner. In tho best of all exerciso, every muscle in the body is tised; those of tho head, arms, limbs, toot, nnd bauds nro all called into play, nnd a woman s physical trainings in- LEFT-HAND LEAD OFF AND RIGHT-HAND GUARD. eomplote without a knowledge of this art of self-defense. In more thnn one 2ew York home a bevy of girls, intimate friends, meet together twice a week with a professor of boxing to instruct in the art...

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

to THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1895. AMUSEMENTS. JEW HATIOHAL THEATER, To-morrow (Monday) Evening EYES FRONT! There is no looking to the right nor to the left DURING THE PERFORMANCE OF The Spocsacular Production, THE GIRL BY BELASCO AND FYLES, which crowded the Academy ct Music, New lok, withaborlod and delighted humanity. ThU great play, iu its Pictorial and Spectacular Form, Contains features that stir the pulse and rouse the enthusiasm of the mostaded playgoer. ATROOP OF MOUNTED CAVALRY 25 HORSES. lOO SOLDIERS. In the Groat Rescue Scene. On. v Hch .Opportunities to See Tills l.eniarfcable Attraction. SIxNlghtsand noiinesday and Saturday llati- sees. Noxt Week MR. JOHN DREW. Week Commencing Monday, February 1 1 . Tho Favorite Singing Comodiaa, In the New New Comedy Drama, THE IRISH ms mb RRTI8T. Undor the Management of Mr. Augustus Pitou. During the perrormar.ee Mr OLCOTT will sing "My BoHUtifi.l Irish Maid." -Look in My Heart." 'Oli-ott Iribta Serouado," "Katie Mah...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

' -ttw -"- r-Htfrtet. - WW)J1BS "rWgfft,fliJW?S THE WASHITGTOT TIMES SUNDAY, EJEBRTTABY 10, 1895. HELP WASTED-MALE. ft -ANT ED-FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRYDRIVER. W Amlr altera a. m. -SOT F st. -ittANTED-A YOUNG MAN EXPERIENCED W in tue bicycle business; must havo a knowledge of repairing. C. F. T., this ottlce. feG-3td -TV" ANTED 20 TOUNG VEN AND WOMEN to cell and take orders for onr "ler Plating Polish; u new thing: never before in troduced; call Tuesday. A. J'. SHIELD & CO., .000 Fst , Boom 3. fc9-3td WANTED-LADY AND G'NT SOLICITOUS for a new household arttclo. Apply ot feT-3t 1003 G fit nw. . WASTED 25 GOOD MEN TO SELL three lending articles: hlg profits nnd quick: sales; a deposit or 25 cent's re quired. Call at 1335 7tli St. mv. Ie7-3t DO YOU REALLY WANT TO MAKE MONEY; agents make big ni.noy taking orders fur gen s and ladies' mackintoshes large -o nmts bIoi.8, call any day, 1 in, E. S. BREDEb, C3UE Bt nvr. foiMtd TWO YOUNG MEN WIIITE) FOR WAITERS; nnifit bo lionrst and willing to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

'"rsarws 12 THEWASHOTGTON TIMES, SUN DAT, FEBRUARY 10, 1895. yigr-ajiiywTiBTr!s- icv'"rt Ev& mmwrnw IX If it is between seasons you can' depend upon getting a satisfactory choice HERE in either dress or business cloth.es, for we always have an ample assortment. Just now there are some excep tionally good values in Men's Sack Suits at $10, $12, and $15, better quali ties, better made, and finer fitting garments than you'll find in any other store in town at same prices. It will pay you to see them. oo,OlMpGo Clothes, Furnishings Hats, o ?You a ! Wise Moyc ! WHEN YOU I BUY I ON When you buy on CREDIT at "THE RINK." It's not ex pensive credit we give you. But credit that buys at cash prices and the low est cash prices that'll bur FURNITURE, CARPETS, OPHOL STERIES.WALL PA PERS, and DRAPER I E S anywhere In Washington. You don't buy from a second-rate stock but from a stock that Includes the best of everything, in varie ty enough to suit every taste. No notes to sign no Interest to p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 February 1895

'- vi THE WA (fDcryboby t&es 5or 3ts tyomsty TOL. 1. O. 330. WASHINGTON, J. C, MONDAY MOENXNG-, FJEBHTJAKY H, 1895 SrX PAGES. ONE CENT. msmm TIMES iiiiis bhdjob m Wanted to Send Word Here Before Americans Were Executed. STEWARD CONDEMNED TO DIE Ho Ie an Americas, But No Sato Has Been Fixsd for His Death Queen L.1 to Be Tried for Treason on Two Connts Two Ken Arrested and Banished "Without Trial Another Sensation Exploded. Tictokia, B. C.Feb. 10. Hawaiian advices by steamer Warrimoo to February 2: There is a lull in affairs here, and quiet will probably reign until the military court low eituns will have finished its work. There aro n lareo number of conspiracy cases yet to be tried, and the probablli.ies are that the court will sit lor two or three weeks at least. Groat interest is attached to the forthcom ing trial of the ex-Queen. The government claims to have more than sufficient evidence to convict her of treason. "What her punishment will be in case of con viction, is hard ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 February 1895

PIWIllPPrelSIIP pg!FM!gMP3 !" -IUMmbjiip THE TTASHXtfGrTOjtf TIMES, lOIDAT", EEBRTJATIT 11, 1895. I f ' i iiiiiiEraiyi Then Rescue Reached the Two len in the Rigging. SEVEN COMPANIONS TEKISHED The Vessel "Was the Louis V. Place, from Ealtimore, and life Savers Wcro Unable to Beach Her for Nearly Two Days, Al though They Conld Saa the Intense Suffer ings of the Hen List of tho Dead. Fike Llaxi, Feb. 10. Two men who clung for forty hours to tho rigging of thoir vessol off Tiro Islnnd Beach, were rescued at midnight by the crow of the Lono Hill Hfo eaving .station. The vessel proved to bo thoschoonor Louis T. Place, Captain Squires, coal laden, from Baltimore to this port. Sheloft Baltiinoro on January 28, and was wrecked during the height of the gale. Nino mon look to the rigging when the vesol went down, an eighth of a mile off the shore, and tbero they clung In tho raging blizzard, with the sprny freezing us it dashed over them, until, one by one, seven of them elippod into the seas...

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

J"ff5!5v5ss8i THE WASBXEfG-TOSr TJ3IES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. IS95. AMUSEMENTS. - T -V r I THSAXEK ALL, THIS WEBK DlJjyj MatlnoesTuo3 , Thurs. and sat HI HENRY'S FAMOUS MINSTRELS. 40- B"RXT-C0RK A r ""CELEBRITIES! "tU EVERYTHING BRAND NEW. Special Engagement of tlio Monarclx ol tho Jimstrel World. FRANK E. McNISH. OUR GREAT COMEDIANS: J. MARKUS DOYLE. LARRY MACK. MATT DIAMOND. SPECLU. FEATURES. The Wonderful Rexfords. Living Art Pictures. The Mystic Dwarfs. Classic Mar'ole Statuary. The Champion Ciub Swinger, HUGH McVEY. Our Own Original Ideal Moorish Palace FIRST PART. Real Splendor, Necessitating Stngo Settings, Mountings and Acre&sories of ELEGANT D.SCHIPTION. NEXT WEEK HOyTS "A UUNCII OP KEYS." VT"EW MASONIC TEMPLE IS COR PENNA AVE. AND 4TIL ST. & E. February II to 28 inclusive at S i m. Matinocs (free for children) Sutarday, Fob. 10, and Friday, Feb. 22, at 2 p. m. Masonic Fair and Bazar, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF Naval Lode, No- 4. Entertainment each evening and at matinees...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 February 1895

5S8?ee-!'s2o-P THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAT, FEBBUARY 11, 189 5. Br The Washington Times (Evekv Dat is toe Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tlic Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EOCTHWEST COUNEK rjOntSYLTJUTU. AVENUE ASD tenth SntEEr. Tolapbonc Editorial Rooms, 4SG, Business Office, S37. Trice. DaHy3WIUou One Cent fiynday Edition Three Cents. By the month - Tbirty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 11, 1893. Subscribers to "The Tiroes" Mill confer a favor bv promptlyrcporthig any discour tesy of collectors, or ncalcct of duty on the rnrt of the carriers. Complaints cithor by n ail or in person "w ill receive crornpt attention, Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by G:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House Tlhst. and Pa are. nw. Arlington, The Vt. ae. and II fit. aw. lieekur, Chas. A '1 ounallytowa. Burysl'haimacy Anacosuo. Cochran, Tho..... Hth a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 February 1895

Hr-wwra-RW !?-" ?ar-?- THE WASHiyaTOy TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11.1895. MOSES'. Monday, February n, 1895. The Semi-annual STOCK "Will be continued un til Saturday night, so that those who contemplate buy ing, but have been deterred b3 the weather of the past week, ma3r 3'et embrace the economic opportunities pre sented. w. B. AND SONS. F and llth Streets. Storage Warehouses, dSt., near if. As yet in tho price of our cele brated rami. It Is guaranteed to burn bolter, atid create very little at-h. lror open lira places we titionely recommend our Chest nut Coal at ?i a ton. Our I'oa Coal at $4 S3 is Miitnblo for f ur iiaecs. lunges, and kitchen stoves. WHARVES, Foot of llth and 13tSts Telephone, 175L "vYe-want to tell you tiro o- three good sound facts about buying furniture. 7he:o are two ways of coiug about it oue is to deprive yours"! 'of the tbmw you need un til you hniesavedupmotiorenough to pay cash the other way and the sensible one is to let us h-lp you in the f urnishing of jou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 February 1895

0 THJE WASHTSTGrTOiN TIMES. XION DAT, IEJBEUARY 11, 1S95. Even If it is between seasons you can depend upon getting a satisfactory choice HERE in either dress or business clothes, for we always have an ample assortment. Just now there are some excep tionally good values in Men's Sack Suits at $10, $12, and $15, better quali ties, better made, and finer fitting garments than you'll find in any Other store in town at same prices. It will pay you to see them. HnAimOo Clothes. Furnishings Hats, f j United Typewriter f & Supplies Co. f 1421 F St. N. W. fo'eAfen'in tbo District for tUo vel! 1 known tnntlaid typowritors, I "Yost" AND- "Caiigraph." A large variety of cabin ots constantly if f on linnd, alto btationory and supplies JL for all mikes. W . MaUiiuob rented and repaired. X T oVJ : I Gas Saving Appliances ot every ascription. Burners that prtduco a more brilliant "lame, yet reduce your gas bill. Leaky Fixtures Repaired at cost of tho materials used. Gas Cooking Stoves, $ I up ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 February 1895

- Kl1IITtgejrK iljTOISIIJI-Ww!Sfe'sK $H'!f: IJ?'T?, J 3fs (True" l?at 3s tl?e 33esi Paper VOL. 1. O. 331. WASEdSTGTCXtf, JD. C, TTJESDAT MOiLmTSTGr, FEBTUJA&Y 12, 1805 SIX PAGES. OE CE2STT. THE washm TIMES r TWO SEEMED TO A Unproductive Meeting ot the Ways and Means Committee. FROl'HESY OF THE DEMOCRATS They Think the Bepubltcans Will Unite with Them "Upon a Plan STeanine of Seed's Conference with Cockran. Who Submitted a Verbal Proposition to Meet tho Presen Emergencies and Future Exigencies. The meeting of the "Ways and Means Com mittee of the House yesterday to consider tho financial situation and the President's recom mendations lasted only half an hour. The adjournment was to meet again at 10 o'clock this morning, ween Secretary Carlisle will appear, it is expected, with tho contract for the sale of the forthcoming bond issue, to set tle a question which arose yesterday. It was evident from tho outset yesterday that no agreement could bo reached by the members present. Tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 February 1895

1 wWlfllPPP lpili THE WASHTNGTCXST TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1S95. $1.19 DERBYS AND SOFT HATS. SHAPES C SI.19 Henry Franc & Son, Cor. 7th and D. Henry Franc & Son, Cor. 7th and D. kT - . . - - r K?J mm porta ? RPnmi - uiiunDmc m n ystockho, mm mmm mm i rn tn o p u Naval Lodge Halls the Tempo rary Home of the Fairies. THEIR FESTIVITIES I5EGUX "Brilliant Scene Presented at the Hew Ma sonic Temnle in Sonthcast Washington Grand Lodge Officers Present Addresses by Grand Master Dixon and Commissioner Boss Booths Presided Over by Ladies. Tho beautiful Masonic Temple, with its nu merous attractive features within and with out, which was but recently completed at tho corner of rourtb street and Pennsylvania avenue southeast, presented lust night, from basement to top story, the pleasing aspect of a veritable fairyland. Tho occasion was tho opening ol the fair given by Naval Lodge, No. 4, F. and A. M., to which orannlzalion tho structure belongs, and from tho main entrance on tho a...

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

1?-g?Tfi$S&&'&&Zrr&PTii THE "WASHINGTOS" TIMES, TTJESDAT, ITEBBTJAET 12, 1895. 8 L AMUSEMENTS. K T KENAN'S LYCEUM THEATER, RICE & BARTON'S , Hose Hill English- FolIyEo. Producing the Gorgeous Durlctla, THE FAKIR'S DAUGHTER . Next Week The New York Vaudeville Stars. TVTEW MASONIC TEMPLE i COR PENNA. AVE. AND 4TH. ST. S. E. Pobruary 31 to 28 inclusive at8p m. Matinees (free lor cliilrtron) Saturday, Pep. 10, and Friday, Fob. it!, at 2 p. in. Masonic Fair and Bazar, UNDER THE AUSPICES Or Naval Lodge, No- 4. Entertniumont each evening and at matinees. Dancing after JO p. m. Positively no soliciting of rotes allowed in the lair rooms. Season Ticket, 10a. Single admission. 10c foll-lw TEW NATIONAL THEATER Every evening JW Wediiosiay and Saturday Matiuec. The Girl I Left Behind Me. Next Weok John Drew in "Tho Butterflies. TJTTniT THEATER SEATS 50 AND 75c. I) til ill Matlneos Tuoa. Tim re., and Sat. jxuvu This week Hi Henry's Famous Minstrels. Including THANK McNISH....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 February 1895

r"ecfcr9-t - t THE WASHINGTON TIKES, TITESDAT, FEBRUARY . 1595. 'mm The Washington Times (Rtekt Bat nr the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Southwest coumx Fexxbyxvama avenue and TENTII fcTT.EET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S0, Business Office, 33T. rr5ce,DalJy Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Tbirty-fivo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 12, 1.893. Subscribers, to "The Times" iHI confer a fmorb- promptly reporting any discour tcsj of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complojnts cither by trail or in person aiII rcccnc crompt attention. Papers should be dc Ihcrcdtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock' each morning, including Sunday. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th st and Pa are mr. Arlington, Tho Vt ave. and II St. nw. Bockor, Chas. A 1 euuallytowu. Bury'b Pharmacy .Auaccstia. Cochran, The..... 14th and Ksts. nw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 February 1895

i-iwags!ur?'-T"- 'eae,?sitwi THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, EEBETJAKY 12. 1895. m&vv&A&&& MOSES'. Tuesd, February 12, 1895. Times Occur When Words Fail To properly express one's meaning w li e n no amount of argument can ac complish as much as personal investigation. One does not have to see the values we offer to re alize that they're GREAT, hut one should examine them in person to properly appre ciate the extent of that great ness. Moses1 Semi - Annual STOCK-MOVING SALE has "been continued until Sat urda night. W. B. AND SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Slorago "Warehouses, 2d St., near M. TRY IT? If ju have nerer naught anything of us on credit yon don't know how much real plcsie and batisf action there is In being IILLPED. You djn't know vhat comfort thore is ia the thought that your house is woll furnished and that you can pay for the Cariets and tho furniture little by little as you EARN it. Tho giving of Credit Is jour way of showing appreciation for your patrona...

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