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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 February 1895

THE WASHXN-GT02T TIMES, TUESDAX, FEBRUARY 12, 1895 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. Rob Clothes, Furnishings Hats, THE -ox- EARTH An opportunity to see this lit tle wonder will be affordedtp all by calling: at the ECONOMY SHOE HOUSE 706 7th St. N. W.t TO-MORROW. In order to raise money we are going: to turn several thous and dollars' worth of our stock Into cash, regardless of price. Look out for ad. from day to day. Call early, before sizes are broken. 706 7thSt.N.W. Gas Saving Appliances of everv description. Burners tliat pr d ice a more brilliant flame, yet reduce your gas bill. Leaky Fixtures Repaired at cost of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 February 1895

"WPSIPPPSPSP ywwwP9wg (Dnc (5 lance at (5tres lou tl?e Hems YCXL. 1. INQ. 332. WASHINGTON, JD. C, WEDNESDAY MQBMQ-, EEBTIUABY 13, 18U5 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. THEY EXPOSED I6IHITE Former Clerks Under Him Tell of His Questionable Methods. OBQNOSTOBEISSyEO Agreement Framed by the Ways and Means Sub-committee. DAMAGING EVIDENCE OFFERED MR. REED DOES SOT OBJECT THE WASHINGTON "Henry L. Boyco and Tliny HE. Hougu Testify Coacorni g the "Lifting" of Vouchers, and Submit ths Originals of the Orders Given Thorn by the Captain Ghecks Wore Made Oct Before Vocchers Were Submitted. The lines were drawn very closely yestcr daj about Capt. Henry W. Howgate, now on trial before Judge McComas for embezzle ment and forcery. Heury L. Boyco and Pliny M. Hough, clerks in Capt Howgatc's ofllco at tbo time the al leged thefts oct urrod, toth testiflpd that they had known vouchers for services supposed to have uoen rendered by tho Western Union Tvlegrnph Company, to bo made up m the office upon orders from Oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 February 1895

mmmmmmmmmmm &!&s&zpg&tian?B-'rv'xp-' THE WASHTSTGrTOK TIMES, WETOSTESDAX, PEBBTJAKY 18, 1895. THEY ARE ALL .ko ACi .oi o nn ai on ai mp.q VS "'vI . W ..ww ..-.v.w. HENRY FRANC & SON, COR. 7TH AND D. HENRY FRANC & SON, COR. 7TH AND D. jj5j?j$ I 0l !H HFRRY HAT.Q J III J' p 3J ' 3 i 1 Hot Criticisms and Personalities on Account of Old Soldiers. PENSION OFFICE DEFENDED ilr. 0001111)3 "Was Accused by Hr. Van Voer his of Having "Wheels in .Eis Head Kr. De Araond Criticisod Congressional Vul tures and "Was Called a Haven Ho Clerks for Congressmen Other Doings. The House had a turbulent session yester day over the flnnl passage of the legislative, executive, and judioial appropriation bill. Two of the itoms of the bill reducing the force jit tho Tension Offico and providing an nual clerks for members of Congress excited warm controversy. Messrs. Tickler, of South Dakota, Miltiken, of Maine. Haiuer, of Nebraska, and Baker, of !New Hampshire, protested agalust tho red...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 February 1895

fr ,. -vnK&ie0p- ,'-'KXflifSP00fS THE WASBXN&TON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAEY 13. 1895. 8 AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE rDWAKI) II. ALLEN. .Manager. STIREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE OF GRAND OPEA. (In Ital.nn and Fronch.) Under tho direction of HENRY E. ABBEY and MAURICE GRAU THURSDAY EVENING, Februnry 21, YTagner'B Opera, LOHENGRIN, at 8 o'clock. 3lmt Nor dlca and Mine. Mantelli, tig. Aucona, M. Plaucou, Sig Abramoff, and M. Jenn dolteszke. Con ductor, Sip Mauciuelll. FRIDAY EVENING, February 22. Verdi's Opnrn, OTELLO, at 8 o'clock. Mas, Emma Eames, Mine Maulelli, and Sig. Tamagno, Sir. 31ansni. M. Mauguiero, Sig. Rlnnldini, Sig. do Yaacuetti, Sis Vivmni, and M. MaureL Conduc tor, big MaucinollL SATURDAY MATINEE, February, 23. Gou nod 6 Opera, FAUST, at 2 o'clock. 3lmo. Melba, 3111ft Dauennoister, and Mine. Scalchl, 3L EdouarddeReszke,Sig. incona.Sig. Vlvlant, and M. Joan do Roszke Conductor, Sift. 31anclneUL &ATIRDAY EV1-"N1NG, February 23, -Massenet's Opera, 3IANON, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 February 1895

tJ!Fm0lss'-'? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1895. The Washington Times IKveky Day is the Yiuk.) OWNED AND ISiTED BY Tlic Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Eoimwnsr cofbu Peksfylvania avkscts and TENTU bTKL'ET. Telephone Editorinl Rooms, 4SC, Business Office, 8i. Frtco, Dally JWItloii One Cent. .Sfcnday Edition Ihrue Cents. By the mouth - Thlrty-flvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 18. ISOj. i Subscriber, to "The Times" will confer a fat or by promptlv. reporting any discour tcsj of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by i' ail or in person will rcccie rrompt attention. Pa pen. lioitld be de livered to all 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 lioufce Ttlist and Ta ate nir. Arnngtou. The Vt. nve. and JI u uw. Hocler. thas. A Teimallylonu. BuryV Pharmacy Annco6tin. Cochran, The 14th and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 February 1895

Kff!Wiam$aM' ? ?)t?c ?. sasfW' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, EJEBUTTABT 13. 1895. g"- --O -&& 9& Letter Writing fob Money. i5) dg- - J'O0'6&:$ Special Sale of MOSES'. $20 in Gold Central Relief Committee Will Use Its Own Fund. K fcpps7i?wgiir55:-wTjifc M 2s f I GLOVES FIRST PRIZE, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1895. $1.25 Gloves for 89c. 9 F $10 in Gold r i Office Desks Were never so lowly priced as during this our Semi-annual STOCK-MOVING SALE. The same thing's true, though, of almost every- rlii-n else in the estabhsh- ment -But OFFICE DESKS are especial low lower than the3''re liable to be for months to cume, In Proof: Office Desks. $piH) Oak, roll top, C ft S82.C8 Oak, roll top, 6 ft &&M Oak. roll top, 4 It jgM.ft) Oak, flat top, 5 ft ,$iae8 Oak, lint tep,4Jft $.16.36 Oak, Set tap, 4 ft $15i00 Oak, flat top.ft SID 00 $liT5 $17.00 siew ?11M $10 50 8.D0 w. B. AND SONS, F and 11th Streets. Storago Warehouses, 2d St, near M. random from the stock of f Washington's m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 February 1895

THE-WASHINGTON -TIMES, WEDNESDAY,' FEBRUARY 13, 1895. HAVE You tried our famous TEN CENT COLLARS and TWENTY CENT CUFFS? It seems as If nearly every man in town has, and came back for a second lot, too. They are made from 2100 LINEN, are FIVE fold, and will wear and launder as well as any 25c collar in the market. Plenty again of all sizes, in all the newest shapes in both standing and turn down collars.and round and link cuffs. Try a few and you'll come back for more. Clothes, Furnishings Hats, ? Surprising I Prices On. n The Shoe bargains W woie offering duriiig jL our cloning-nut sale B p. r o unparalleled f MPN' Hero's one of them JIl-n J Hen's Mioes small a blto nud narrow V rMAr.- vidths that bold for f SHUh:. $4 nud S5 roduced to fl a pair Equally f tempting bargains for women and chll dreu. I TUCKER'S. (S23 Pa. Ave. 5-C--O-0 -o By its excellence is maintaining its leadership of the market as & live cent cigar. If you have net einokod them do so at cnco. For sale by all de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 February 1895

T PWPW WWWW If JNIW 'gfT'igaPp (Due d51cmce at Stres IJou tf?e Heips . Jk ML JLt ., 1 MT VOL. 1. ISO. 332. WiLSQM IS PUSHING II He Will Cause a Vote To-day on the Bond Resolution. QUICK ACTION IS .NECESSARY He Has Asked for a Rule to Bring the Mat ter to an End After Debate Majority Re port of tha Ways and Means Committee. Submitted to the House Terms of the Contract Saving that Will Be Effected. The House will devote Its attention to-day to the bond resolution reported from the Ways and Means Committee, and Speaker Crif p says the House will probably reach a ote to-night The Committee on Rules will meet this morning and will report a rule allowing a certain number ol hours for debate and fixing a time for a vote late in the afternoon. Chair man "Wilson says action must be had at onco in order to be effective, and ho has asked tho Committee on Rules for an order lor a vote after the day's debate. During the debate in the House yesterday Mr. Tan Toorhls, of New York, secured tho floo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 February 1895

VPViiiiippjpWlPPf 95PfP'w'W THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TjEHIItSDAT, FEBKUAIIT 14, IS95. E allowance! FOR THE y3j). PRICE, HENRY FRANC i-& Ti Every garment in the great Clearance Sale of We have concluded to make a business change about March 1st, and with a stock on hand almost big enough to clothe all Washington, a cut in prices that has never been equaled here will go Into effect this morning, our intention being to reduco stock to minutest proportions. You can buy at Ml SttSfl Clothes that up to this for less than We've never before found It necessary to make such reduc tions, but now tha the occasion demands it we do not stand on ceremony, but give you one-half for the asking. 803 PENNA- AVE. LOCAL HEWS OF ALL SORTS The Weather To-dav. Fair; warmer: west wlnas. Will Seen Sober Three Konths Arthur LeprHoy appeared in Judge Kimball's court ye$terdRv in a verv shaky condition, tho re sult of a'protrnotod spreo. Ills brother testi fied that .Lepploy was an habitual drunkard and had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 February 1895

44U'akryiMWg"' THE WASBXtfGrTOiN; TIMES, T0TJESDAX, FEBRUARY 14. I895 AMUSEMENTS. IS1 JEW NATIONAL TJIEATER Every evening. V Wednesday and Saturday MaUuoe. The. Girl I Left Behind Me. Engage Seats To-day For Beginning FEBRUARY EIGIITEENTII In The BUTTERFLIES. CJ. HAND OPEltA HOUSE. Edward H. Allen, Manager. Evening at S, Sat Matinee at 2. CHAUNCEY OLCOTT IN The Irish Artist. Noxt Wook Fob. 21, 23. 28 GRAND OPERA. Seats now on bale. A ROSE SHOW At our Mere to-day. Wo'll make rcsos our specials. Wo nbovv more varieties, moro Beautiful specimens of these queens among llowora than you trill And anywhore. 50c. to $10 a doiou. LIUES OP THE VALLEY, and TULIPS avIII share the honors. Tulips, 25c. to J 1 a doeon. A GUDE&BRO.,f1?nw K ERNAVS LYCEUM THEATER, Jill This Week. 3UCE & BARTON'S Rose Hill Eiglish Folly Co. Producing the Gorgeous llurletta, THE FAKIR'S DAUGHTER Next Week The Now York Vaudovillo Stars. fol2-St IT JEW MASONIC TEMPI E COR. PNNA. AVE. AND 4TH. ST. fc. -U February ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 February 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJBSDAT, FEBRUARY 14, 1S95. The Washington Times EV KRV DAT IS TUB YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. SOUTHWEST COHMIK PENNSYLVAXtA AVEMJE ASD ThNTO fcTREET Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4C Business Office, 337, rtfeo. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition . ..Three Cents. By the month - Thirty-fivo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 14. 1895. Subscribers to "The Tiroes" Mill confer a favor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by n ail or in rcrson will receive rrompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city b 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunduv. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American lloube Tth st. and Pa. ave nir. Arlington. The At. ave nuil II et. nw. beckur, I has. A '1 eunallytown. Bury's Pharmacy Anaccstia. Cochran, Tho 14th and K sts. uw Ebbit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 February 1895

vifjfptpi-jtfl riK'W$V TITE2 WASHESraTOlSr TTMES, THTJIaSDAT, 1TBBRUABX 14. 1895. NEXT SUNDAY'S OF SPECIAL INTEREST TQ WOMEN Twcw-wj s&Q'r'&Mitatmi TME8 WLL MOSES. Thursday, Feb. 14, 1S95. We'd Like To Have You Enjoy The benefits of our Se -animal STOCK-MOVING SALE. We've con cluded to continue it until Sat urday night that 3Tou may do so if 3'ou like. Truly wonderful-prices are in effect. I MOSES sAoNNDs. F and Hth Streets. Storaso Warehouses, 2M St, noar JL iJV5Ji Have Good Candy While you're having it. S You II not find any eu- poller lo oar creat oaa ii tlio pur-st rnd mest ( 8 vfco'.esoniB mada Try a sample po nil three prade.3 2S 46 and CO CtM"ft. Fresh at all times. .o branch store. GLUShSSSMIft&FSts. Ofl5X2X5-6E- f Washington's most pop- ? X ular, brightest, and most V -------- Y aggressive food market. Rib Roast, per lb IOc V ? Fresh Pork, per lb lie Q S'-oulder, per b 7c X V Good Lard, 314 lbs., for 25c v & Sausage, 3 lbs. for 25c 9 Elgin Butter, 5 lbs. for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 February 1895

iPWItwP'iii mrMwmwAmJL' - THE WASHDTGTON TIMES, TPI1TBS PAX, EEBRTJAKX 14, 1S95. Commissioners Confer with Con gress on Local Legislation. AT We are going to remodel the interior of our building, and to make room for the carpen ters, painters, and decorators we offer for a few days our entire stock of Fashionable High grade Clothing at the lowest prices ever quoted for garments of these qualities. We have grouped them into three divisions at the following discounts: Some of the Overcoats and all small lots of Fancy Cassimere, Cheviot, and Tweed, Sack and Cutaway Suits. 50 per cent, off which means: $10.00 Suit or Overcoats at 12.00 " " " " 15.00 " 13.00 " " " " 20.00 " " . " " J 25.00 " " ' " 30.00 fm " " " 35.00 " " " " 40.00 " " ' '" A uniform discount of 33 per cent, on all Children's Overcoats and Reefers, and 25 per cent, on all Children's Suits, Separate Trousers, and Shirt Waists. Each garment still has its original price-ticket, and you can see for yourself what the dis coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 February 1895

"-l m?mmmsfmm8&$m!$yw$ I?c XXlan mlo Cakes XTTay 2leab anb 2tim TOIL. 1. 3STO. 333. WASHTN"GT03ST, JD. C, FRIDAY MOBMg, ITEBTJUAX&Y 15, lSUoSIX PAGES. OXE CEuSTT. THE IE IEII Labor Men Stole a March Sewer Bill Advocates. on THEY WERE IN THE MAJORITY Adopted Resolutions Favoring Construction of Sewers and Increase of the Water Supply Expenses to Be Paid Out of Cur Tent District Revenues Contract System to He Avoided Vote on Bond Proposition. Tho "labor ma68-meoting" called for last night at Builders' Excbango Hall, to consider the needs of a better sewer system and a better water supply for Washington, did not content itself with listening to Dr. Samuel Busey's revision of his address recently do HvertAI before tbe Board of Trade. Tho pro gramme appeared to bo to offer to working men the Instruction of Dr. Busey's address, and some remarks from Sir. Richard Em mons, Drs. Jonnson, Magruder, Mr. August Donntb, and others favorable to the proposed issue or 7,500,000 bonds for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 February 1895

JSr-r3!zggg$&&&Si&&3Ei?23'r- " . -"VSX."EC f-ct-i - "?'J3S"$0C':,!! THE IVASHIN&TOT TIMES, EBIDAX, EEBBTJAUT 15, 1895. N pursuance of our policy of never carrvinsr winter overcoats over from one season to anotlier, we shall clear the stock within the next week or two. Wen's Storm Ulsters, that wero $S, ff OC 110 and S12 4u' J Tew Men's Stylist raddock Over coatB, s .zt s SI to 37 only, that were J23 Men's Storm TJls'ers and Overcoats, that ivero 15, SIS, and 2 .- ...... Men's Fine Long Overcoats, that bnve b .on our prido all boason, and of -wblrh we have sold hundrods and hundreds at $25, tJ5, nud $50. ow.. $10 SI2 Just as good next season. "We simply will not carry airy garments over from one season to another. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Washington's Leading Clothiers, 315 7th ST. N. W. J4R. SIHI40HS" ANSWER. Reply to Mr. Ross Perry's Arguments on the Bond Bill. Mas'or Workman Simmons, of District As Beinbiy 6G, Knights of Labor, sent yesterday the followin...

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

riMsaw-sr-i. r-jotsggsw "? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY-, FEBRUARY 15. J895. LOST. LOST IN NATIONAL HOTEL. POCKET Look, containing money, railroad ticket, letter addressed to Wra. II. Foster. Liberal ro ward if ioturncdto"NatlonatIotol WANTED-B.OOMS. WANTED FUR R003I IN QUILT NF.IGII bothood I r occasional use, -whore no questions will be asked. Liberal compensation. W. E S., this office. fci:-3t WAITED -HOUSES. VAANTED-HOUSE CONTAINING FIVE OR " more rooms, gas and valor, between First and Seventh, b. and I northwest Not exceeding ijJS. HARRY, tbisoffico. fcl4-3t WASHED MISCELLANEOUS. I7ANTED-75 CARTS TO HAUL SNOW: Ar- l4yfor particulars, call at offieeofSupt etroet aud alley cleaning service, 4G1 La avo. U..W. A. O. McKENME.tiugt fel5-3t 11ANTED-A LOT OF GROCER'S FIXTURES, VV horse, wacou. etc , must be in good otilor and a bargain. Address 'MATCHES," thiso' nee. I01H-U WANTRD-A PARTY WITH $350 TO TAKE liatf interest In .1 business that will pay fSjnO er annum; which will increase...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 February 1895

r"Ss8PS?"-iS'',"-s-w5c- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIPAX, EEBIITJARY 15, 1S95. The Washington Times (Evert Day in the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Eomiwjsr corner Pennsylvania Avenue and! Tenth bracer Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S6, Business Offlco, TEST. Timo Daily Edition One Cent Sundny Edition Three Cents. By the month . ..Thirty-five Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 15, 1893. Subscribers to "The Times" w ill confer a faorb promptly reporting any discour tcsj of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither toy n ail or in person v ill receive rrompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 6:30 o'clock each moraine, including Sunday. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House .... 7th st. and Fa. avo nvr. Arlington. The Vt. bto. and H eL nw. Boeder I has. A . . .Tennallytoitn. Bury "a Pharmacy. . . .Auacostia. Coc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 February 1895

515SSSH5S5SSSs?S5p THE WASHISTGrTO TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15.1895. "FAMILY CARES" 18 THE PIGTURE WITH NEXT SUNDAY'S TIMES. Letter Writing for Money, WILLIAMS MOSES. LansburgSi & Bro 1 $ o $20 in Gold Friday, Feb. 15, 1895. These are T The Days Of Moses' Semi-Annual STOCK-MOVING SALE, which ends to-morrow night. The wondrously big values which the weather has made it impossible for buyers to reach, end then. These to give 3011 an idea of the ivay they run: S21 Solid Oak CHAMBER SUITES, strongly, nicely , made PD' Wo6oldall wo bbd, but there are more GOOD SUITES coming to sell for iU,UU $175 Uirdseyo Maple CHAM BER SriTES, beautifully made, for 94.00 All our line suites, including many styles, made or Oat, Blrdsoyo S aplo, "Walnut, Hungarian Oat, and Red and White Ma hogany, reducod in lbosnmo proportion. ?S0 Curly Birch CHAMBER a SUITE, bin er-plated trimmings, 55 '9 Others, in all woods, proportionately prl' od. WUITB ENAMEL BED, with wire mattress, 30 inches wide, lor v5-10 WH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 February 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1895. DURING Our Remodeling Sale you can get the finest and best Clothing made at less than the price of poor ones. Just think of OUR INCOMPARABLE Suits, Overcoats, and separate Trousers, for Men and Youths, at a discount of 25 per cent., 33 1-3 percent., and 50 per cent, from former low prices, and a uniform discount of 33 1-3 per cent, on all Children's Overcoats and Reefers, and 25 per cent, on all Children's Suits, separate Trousers, and Shirts. It is a chance of a life time. Take advantage of it to-day. Robinson, Chery Clothes, Hats, Furnishings. 2T ?5S: RECORD OF THE COURTS. Court of Atteazs, Chief Justice Ax tet, Jdbtices Suepaud asd Mounts Ad missions Gcorsu F. Edmunds, "W. H. Cope, and N. M. Goodlltt, jr. Xos. S49 and 355, Holcomb vs. "VYnebt et aL: Wrijrht et aL vs. Holeomb; appeal by C. "V. Holcomb to Su- -v premo Court or mo uoiieci states awowea, ana bond fixed at 11.000; appeal by "Wribt et aL to Supreme Court of tbe United St...

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

Daily Joints in (Dn (Ctmely topks VOL. 1. 2TQ. 334. . WASBCINGT03ST, JD. C, SATTJBDAY HO&NXfrQ-, 3TEBEITABY 16, 1SU5SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. The Worn IfflllTBTnSIMD Financial Question to Be Debated, But No Vote Taken. BOND LEGISLATION IMPOSSIBLE Treasury Kay Be Believed by Amendment to tie Sundry Civil Bill Troviding for Short time Certificates of Indebtedness The Utmost That Will Be Done Members Sa7 President Cleveland Abandons Hope. Opinions in tho Senate vary as to tho in Jluenco of tho result ol tho voto in tho Houso upon the bond bill upon tho future course of the Senate on tho financial question. The most generally expressed opinion on the Republican side is that the effort will be to render unnecessary and futile any effort to take up the financial question, while Demo crats generally expressed tho belief that the action of the Houso would not control tho movements of tho Senate in any way. Senator Jones was outspoken in announcing his intention to movo to take up his unre st...

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