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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 February 1895

fSpi-fppfvSPW THE WASHXNGrTOK TIMES, SATURDAY, 3TEBBTJARY 16, IS95. - HF,(7S MAMMA'S boy, and liis papa! Good uf things for botli. We will take one fourth off tlie marked price of ny boy's Suit, Reefer, or Overcoat to-da'! The men can get their pick of $8 and $10 Suits for $6.25. Their pick of $8, $10, and $12 Storm Coats for $6.25. their pick of $15, $18, and 20 Suits for2. they can get their moiie' back if they want it, too! PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Washington's Leading Clothiers, 315 7th ST. N. W. -LEARN TO RIDE A WHEEL! Our Riding School is, without possibility of doubt, the best equipped "in the South. It's the only indoor school of note in this city. If you -want to "t alk - heels," sco us. Wo soil tho world-famed COLUMBIA nnd the HARTFORD. District CycleCo. 452 PA. AVE. LOCAL HEWS OF ALL SORTS The Weather To-dav. Pair; northwest winds. Who Stink Silly Key William Key. col ored, eighteen years of age. was struck with a large stone, thrown by unknown parties, on Indiana avonu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 February 1895

mk-immmm mmimmMmmjixnw. THE WASHOraTON TIMES, SATTJEDAT, TTEBETTARY 16. 1895. LOST. Lost-in National hotel, .pocket book, containing money, railroad ticket, letter addressed to Win. II. Foster. Liberal ro Yrnrd If returned to National Hotel CHUKCHI NOTICES. riMIEOSOPHICAL LECITRE-MR. ROBT. L. JL Lerch will deliver tlie west regular Sunday evening lecture before tin Theosopalcnl Society, cu the subject ol "Mnn Perfectibility," at Loyal Legion H nil, 419 10th St. The public are respectfully invited. REV 1)B OLIVER A BROWN, THE PASTOR, of Foundry M. E. Church, corner Fourteenth and G btreeu, has cxteudedlhe courtesy of his pulpit to JHm Frnnces F. Willard, LL D , prcbidont World's aud National W C T V., und to Mis L JL N. Stevens, of Maine, vice pr bI-dent-at-mrge National W. C T. U., both of whom will speak at the fcervico commencing at 31 a in on .Sunday. At tLo evening hour, 7:30 Vloi-k, Mrs Maiy Hunt, of Boston, of the World s and National W. C". T. U.,-who is super intendent of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 February 1895

-THE WASHING-TON Till ES, SATTJH DAT, FEBRUARY 16, 1895. The Washington Times Etebt Dai is the Year) (NYXED AND ISSUED BY The 'Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. fcOUTDMEST'CORMiR PESJsSVI-VASU AYESCT AND TENTH MREET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 460, Business Office, 337. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition , Three Cents. By the month -. Thirty-five Cents. 1YASHEXGTON. D. C TEBRDARY 1C, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" Mill confer a laior by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the rnrt of the carriers. Complaints cither bj trail or in person Mill rcccivo trompt attention. Papers liould be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Simdav. THE WASHINGTON TIMES! can be obtained daily and Sun- ! day at the following hotels and news stands: American House 7th st nnd Pa. ave nw. ' Arlington, The Vt.ao andlloLnw. Becker, Chas. A Tenunllytowu. Bury's Pharmacy.. - .Auacostin. Cochran, The 14th and K sts. nw....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 February 1895

H "mspfifrVfiiftisiSg rmwsmm!! THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, EJBBRTJAKY 15. 1895. "FAMILY CARES" Is the Picture With Next Sunday's Times. MOSES'., , Saturda', Feb. 16, 1895. Boston "Morris" Chairs With solid ma hogany arms aud mahogaii' fiuisli frame work highfy polished splendidl mad e cush ions covered 111 figured cordu roy. Back cushions reversi ble. Four adjustments to back. Value, S24.00. Now SII.90. MOSES saonnds. F and 11th Streets. Storage "Warehouses, 22dSL, near M. :os& -&-& --o-- f I RELIABILITY A V -ri-rrA 4-A-tii -1-iot- -iirllOtl ' guuu itiiu 1.110.1,5 v -, Y rlipnrvn ;; iq considered I ClieapUwSS lb (OHMUiri-U. No matter how cheap an J article is marked here, 1 J that article is backed by J J THOROUGH RBLIA- J J BIL1TY. Cheapness at I I the Emrich Markets (all 1 I of 'em) is honest cheap- I ness- . . t Bib Roast, per lb 10c Fresh Pork, 3 lbs 25c Shoulder, per lb GJc Ham, per lb -.. .-10c lard. SLSibs 25c Good Corn, per can...--. 5c Shrlvor's Corn, per do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 February 1895

y&W&wmw&imfiF- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, EEBBTJABY 16, 1895. 6 mw S3 I . ONLY ONCE I D Si n si to -3 O Q o fS rr Q CD P3 1 -f"- QIIAMIWIM only $3 73 ton. Pure and clean. OlIttlHurUil I ARTHUR B. SMITH. 4th and I GOAL Vhone 1077. ete lie, Mass. ave. and F st. ne., and 9th and K sts. bw. FULL DRESS SUITS For Hire At Reasonable Rates, 62! Penna. Ave. N. W. de2S-"Jni DEAFNESS CURED. BrMin-i Inrtii- ie ilajcMle Kir Tclrpboncs Jo tte ear wtat tprctaeiet are u the rje. Ml the advan tages of the trumpet Ub cat tbe axnoraoce. paixntio. D. S. VTALPORD, 477 Fa. Ave. fel0-7t Real Estate Transfers. Deeds of real estate -wore lllod yesterday for record as follows: Henry C. Fowler to Edward T. Tippett, part of lot 20. square 877. L B. T. Kfley to Walter A Davis, lots 1 and 2. square 5, $10. C. G. Lee to Samuel Taylor, lot rw, square 70, 10. Edward Clark et ux. to Bertha Xewland. lot 15, square 23, 1.01. George W. Lewit to Goorso W. Tolbert, lot 59, Woek 1, C3.000. 31. L Weller et...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

1 - - - "g MM TIMES Copies of tf?e Day in 33rt3l?tly Presenieb TOL. 1. NO. 335. WASHTNTGTQ3Sr, P. C, SUNDAY MOBJNTETGr, 1TEBTITIABY 17, 185 TWEL: VE PAGES AND ART SXlPPIiEIESTT. TMEE CENTS. Charge Hurled Against President Cleveland in tlie Senate- M. "WOLCOTT'S BITTER WORDS Changes Bung Upon It by Lodge and Teller They Denounce tho Becent Contract for the Pnrchaso of Gold Hill Takes Tip the Cudgel inDefenso of tho Administration Senate Financial Debate at Red Heat. A siwm of flnanalal debate ewopt over tho Senate yot-terdny. exeeodlBg in interest any dlsaassfon Um upper branak of Congress bos Lad 1b awwy days. It was brooght an by Mr. HOTs aovoeaoy of kte resolution feflolHg tbo poHcy of tbe goveriMoeBt for btwetaltsfli a ad for payiog Ms obligations ia tbe bet MOHoy InBte. The New York Soaotor spoke wKk lite hm1 visor, aad was closely followed in hw 4a for soslatetng tbe aatiooal erodit by a daeterottoB of poticjr to tbe world. Bot Mr. H ffl's speech was Bteraty tbe warn ing sate o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

$&&-xzm THE WASHINGTON TIM3DS, SUN DAT, FEBRUARY 17. 1895. A sacrifice that is intensely reaf. A reduction that is undeniably genuine. A giant swing of the ax that shakes the store from center to circumference entailing an absolute clear loss to us of over 20,00O. But it's simply a question whether we are going to carry these goods over or sell them. We choose the modern method of incurring the loss now. It's the greatest cut in prices from real figures ever known in commercial history. It's all every dollar of it spic, span, new goods not the refuse of some wholesaler's 'undesirable or "shady" stuff. There has been no marking up and then marking-down tactics indulged in here as you well know. Si i STOCK-TAKING REVELATIONS. STOCK-TAKING REVELATIONS. s 1 Stock-taking Revelations $50,000 Worth of Merchandise Slaughtered f Men s ClothinR Department. There has been no faltering we've slashed into the regular prices with a det ermlnatlon to sell and quickly, too. They're all smal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

ipjifljpiiypw $$mmwmvmmmm i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, EEBKUART 17, 1895. 3 iOSSIP OF HE MUMM? """,V8,M Joyce Has Not Yet Signed a Wash- ington Contract. CATCHER COOGAN A SENATOR Eeaators will Seport in This City on Harch 2 and Depart for Charleston, S C, on the Same Day They Will Get the Kct Profits in Addition toTtognlar Salaries 2Tanager Echmelz Not Hating Any Predictions. Danny Coogan has signed to play with Washington. This is tlie latot piece of base hall news concerning the Sonntorinl aggrega tion. Several weeks ago Tun Times stated that Ooogan would sign witn tha local club. It then had tbo information necessary to jus tify the assertion, and since President Young Aerifies the statement all is well. Coogan caught last year for tho University of Pennsrhanin, and made a great record for himself. His backstop work was of such a character as to roi-eivo praise everywhere, while his throwing to bases was accurate and a terror to base stealers. He la a hard bitter, and as an al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

F . HU JHJUftP,'l! Ipalljijiyiiy THE WASHOTGTOH TIMES SUIN DAT, FEBRUARY 17, 895. THE TIMES WELCOMES AMERICA'S REPRESENTATIVE WOMEN. Coming Session of the National Boilncil Personnel of the Com ponent Organizations Sketrfies of the 'Leaders and Officers. An event of unusual interest to women will occur here during tbo next two weeks. The city is already alivo with guests of tho great occasion, come to bo present either as spectators or participants. The second session of tho Triennial Coun cil of Women begins n two weeks1 session this afternoon with religlouB services in Metzerott Muslo Hall, and Trill hold two daily and ono evening session throughs tho coming fortnight. The council wi'i discover to tis all tho best gifts tho women or tuo coun try have to offer in philanthropy, education, religion, ethics, sociology, business, temper ance, and politics. All theadtance made during tho past throe LADY HENRY years will be clearly set forth, and woman's influence in each department show...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

! THE "VVASHiar aTON TIMES, STOS PAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1895 5 lebored under greater difficulties from Ine etart than this. It was not a popular idea cryfitallzed, but related to a question In which most men and women preferred sot to be heard. Had the president been any less courageous a person, lets persistent, conscientious, and faithful to the high standard of moral character set up the whole thine would bae died out Personally Mrs. Qrannisis one of the ef-fcminaio-lookinK little women who seem io appeal to men for protection, but it does not take a Ion? acquaintance to recognize the fact that she Is not an ordinary woman, or one of I ho willowy kind. THE NATIONAL "WOMAN'S AUMIJARY KEELEY LEAGUE. !Tho Woman's Auxiliary of the Keeley Xeaj;ue is a temperance society, organized iu "WIHard Hall, Chicago, September, 1893, and IDA JStmTOS COLE. was started by friends of the Keeley League, who thought it would add to its strength by uniting women's work in the remedial meas ures which that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

WWPSPWiPl s 6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, EEBRUARX 17, 1S95. -awwwyy The Washington TimBS (EVEEY DAT ZK THE TE1B.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SOUTHWEST COKKEB TEKKSTiXVANU. AVENUE ISO TKKTH STREET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SG, Business Office, S3?. Irice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throo Cents. By the month - Thlrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. a, FEBRUARY 17, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" - ill confer a foiorbv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the port of the carriers. Complaints cither by n ail or in person vt ill receive rroiapt attention. Papers should be de Incrcdtoali 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. avo. nw. Arlington, The....- Vt.no. nndllsL nw. Becker, liiaa. A Tennallytown. Bury's Pharmacy .Anacostia. i ooliran, Uhe 14th ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

"flS JaWiUiPPillglMPSp THE WASHIlGrTON TIMES, SUiiBjLX, PEBRTJARY 17. 1895, r MOSES'. Sunda3, Feb. 17, 1895. A Woman's Happiness Quite frequently pends on the condition of the housework. A painstaking home-body is careful even fastidious as a rule concern ing the cleanliness of her car- o m pets. And so modern scien tific creations that tend to de crease dirt and lighten labor are alva3Ts welcomed. The CARPET SWEEPER lias been proved a "godsend" to tho modern home. And there's none, perhaps, half so good at the BISSELL. For years the leader, it is tc-day farther in advance of the oth ers than it ever "was -and yet it's not expen sive quite reasonable," m fact. We control the Wash ington sale of the Bissell. w. B. AND SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 2.1 St., near M. Do You Keep Posted? If you have not hereto fore it will be more than ever to your interest now to pay particular atten tion to the purchasing power of your dollars at E m r i c h ' s this week, WHERE ONE DOL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

nmMmmmpmli I f 9 THE WASHJLNttTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, EE BttTJ ART 17, 1895. AMTJBEMEXTS. ERNAN'S lygetuhW EXTR MATINEE Friday, Februry 22 (Washington's Birthday). Usual Mats. Tues., Thurs., and Sat. Beginning to-morrow night at 8, a Suprem9 audeille Organization, THE NEW YORK STAR (DIRECT FROM NEW YOKK CITY), Introducing an aggregation of American and European Artists, including THE ROMOLO BROS., Famous English Aero bats. Ike. FLORA, Sensational Transformation Dancer. BURNS and HART, Irish Whs Creators and Producers. NELLIE WATERSr. Tho Favorite Character Vocalist. 3 GARDNER BROS. 3 Philosophers of Musical Comedy. C. W. LITTLEFIELD, Tho Frlnce of Mimics. MEAD and WERNTZ, Roflnod Sketch Art'-sts. FRED. HUBER, Tho Inimitable Comedian. CRANE BROS., Tho Mud Town Rubes. Concluding with tho Plotless Absurdity, $500 REWARD. NEXT WEEK HYDE'S COMEDIANS AND HELENE MORA. BIJOU THEATER. SEATS 50c. Souvenir Matinees lues., Thurs., and Sat HOYTS SX This week A Bunch of Keys. Extra matinee Washington'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

-iv-a5r!H.-irs''ss' e'VueWs THE WASHING-TOiS" TIMES, SUN DAT, EJDBItUAKY 17. 1895 9 WAN TED-HELP. "VKT WT ED-TWO MEN AND TWO WOMEN' YV "to sell a voll-lmown romody for dyspepsia; cood talkers .-an nmfee $1 M per day oasv Ad dress DISFEIIA. this office. fel0-4td HELP WAOTED-MALE. AI1UST-CLASS JOURNEYMAN BARBER. UI3 N Y. nve. nvv. folC-ltd GOOD AGENT TO WORK TENNALLY towu for a llio insurance company. Address with rels lo M. ESS Othbt nw. fel6-ltd T HERE IS NO NEED FOR HONORABLE. Intelligent men to bo starving when wo liave guod, iMumauent petitions, paying f.oin 515 to $40 per week; several good, howling agents wanted. 017 F st nw., lower floor. fcl6-3td A WAX IN GEORGETOWN TO TAKE A special agency for a flrst-class lho Insur ance company. Addrets, with refs., bos SI, v ardor Building. felC-ltd A RESIDENT OP ALEXANDRIA AS SPECIAL """ agent for a rogulur llfo Insurance company Addreag rcotnB, Warder building. foio-itd A FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE SOUCITOK TO represent llfo insu nnco comiau...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

ssisSiiSiiiSSR 10 the wAsiraraTOisr tikes, Sunday, febbttaet 17, 1895. THE SUNDAY TIMES' PASS OP " SELECTED FICTION, GhroniBles of BY ANTHONY HOPE. Author of "A Prisoner of Zenda," &c. (Copyright 1S95 by Anthony'Hope.) " " " OHAPTER IV. comer atoxio and the sicnED noxns. One talo there is concerning Count Antonio, Of Monte YuSluto, when bo dwelt aa outlaw in ttio hills w'jlch man tell with fear and doubt, rnarvollug nt the audacity of bis act, and sometimes asking them-elves whether bo "would in very truth -have performed what ho ewore on the faith of his honor ho would do if ho did not attain what ho demanded of the duke. Tor the thing ho threatened was such as no man of Forniola dare think on without a shudder, for we of Poraiola prize and rever ence the bones of our saint, the holy martyr. Pnsian, above, aud far beyond every other robe, and tboy are to us, as it were, the sign anl testimony of God's enduring favor to our country. But much will a man do for love of a" woman, a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

t iCnffrsmttiiK THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, EEBETJABY 17, 1895. n - I HYMNS MINGLE "Ryder's Ga sUe," on- New Jersey IvenUe, and Its Miscellaneous OGGUpants. HOME OF ROYALTY HND ROGUERY Percy Brown and His Sister Claim Connection With the Russian Nobility and the Wife of a German Shoemaker Points With Pride to Her Descent From Napoleonic Royalty Percy Is also the "King-of Body-snatchers" A Colored Meeting-house In the Basement The "Celtic Quartette" of Policemen Extend Their Patrol Through the Gloomy Precincts of the Castle Each Night The "Sleeplng-off" Room and Its Cargo of Vagrants. The stntoly castles of olden, times have a ramshackle counterpart hero in Washington. It is that quaint and rheumatic-looking double structure, numbered 419 and 423 New Jersey avenue northwest, within two doors of No. C police station, and. which is famil iarly known throughout the city, cspeciallyj m police circles, as "Byder s Castle. Policeman Pat Creagh, who accompanied The Times artist and report...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 February 1895

'"'W??5?" "" is TJEEE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBEUARY 17, 1895. Remodeling Sale Cwyxk &9H x&;$o& Ill Di crnon Our remodeling sale grows more popular each day, and the following ex traordinary reductions is the reason: Furnishings Dept. AlLSilk and Woolen. Mufflers, - H Oil All broken lots of Gloves, - - lu ufl p " .'' Underwear, - lu Uif u - 4ifc .it "TJf 1M ,ff " Night Shirts & Pajamas, ru "rr " A OFF Fancy Hdkfs., I u lm All Bath Robes and Dressing Gowns, - - 1-3 OFF All House Coats and Jackets, - - - 1-3 OFF All Fansy Neckwear, f-2 OFF -Hat Department. Every Bat and Cap of Every Description, - - i-3 off mi Oifa's Clofning Ml Boy's Long Pants Suits, . - 1-4 TO 1-2' OFF Children's Short Pants Suits, - - - - 1-4 OFF Children's Overcoats and Reefers, - - 1-3 OFF -Children's Shirt Waists, - - - - 1-4 OFF Kilt Suits, -.:.-- 1-2 OFF Men's Clothing. MEN'S SUITS, all kinds,- 1-4 TO 1-2 OFF OVERCOATS, - 1-4 TO 1-2 Or F ULSTERS, - - - 1 -4 TO 1 -3 OFF Separate Trousers, -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 February 1895

l-isjFc'ia THE 23usjj ITlzn Want Cedp anb Heipsy TOL. 1. Ao. 33G. WASHIGrTCOT, X. C, MONDAY MQKKJJtfQ-, FEBttTJAKY 18, 1895 SIX PAGFES. OlsTE CET. IE IS QYEB Called Off on All but One Line by the Brooklyn Knights of Labor. ActorJames Gentry Fatally Shoots Badge Yorke, a Soubrette. DOLLARS VS.-EMPTY STOMACHS SAID SHE DID NOT MEET HIM That Phase of the Tight, Says the Address to the Public, Won the Battle for the Trolley Magnates Deep Appreciation of the Ent ers for Assistance Ecndsren" b7 Brooklyn People "Bight Will Yet Triumph." Brooklyn, N. T., Fob. 17. In calling off the strike on the Brooklyn Heights and the Brooklyn, Queens County, and Suburnan KaJroadb. District Assembly, No. 75, issued the following address: To the Public: Acting in behalf of their employes, we presented to tho officials of the Brooklyn Heights and tho Brooklyn, Queens County, and Suburban Railroad Companies certain requests lor improved conditions of la'jor on their roads for tho year 1895. Sub sequently tlte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 February 1895

THE WASHTSraTOlSr TIMES, MONDAY, PEBBTJARY 18, 1895. 1HHB CBEITEST CQ1CU Triennial Session of the National Council of Women. "WILL MEET THIS MORNING Two Weeks of Earnest Work in Behalf of the Best Interests of Their Sex Before Them The Britrhtest Minds of the Country Will Let Their lights Ehine in the Assembly Subjects That Will Be Biscussed To-night The soeond trlonnial cession of tho National Council or Women ot tbo United States mil I o convened this morning at 10 o'clock at Slotzerott DnIL Mrs. May Wright Sewali, president of tho council, said Jast nijjbt: that the prospects were oneournsing for a large attendance. The wholo bcly of delegates will not bo here, however, before the close of tho week. The Countess of Aberdeen 17111 bo among the lato arrivals. Among the more distinguished delegates who came in last night, were Mary Lowo .Dickinson, of New York; Isabel 0. Davis, re cording secretary of tho council, and 3Ire. Francis Bailey, vice president of tho council. Tbo'ela tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 February 1895

ji i"""! ty&SJ1K'W THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1895. HOME Bite in bsautif ul COLLEGE PARK, on the urana j-jocinc iwjuievaru IB minutes' rldo (B. & O ), C cents lore. II trains daily oacb way. EE our beautiful subdivision boforo buying elsewhere. Call or send for plats or further particulars. O other suburb of Washington can bo compared with Collego Park as to prices, terms, convenient location, beauty, liealtufulness, eta v LL purchasers are well Battened. Apply SI per week to a lot in Collego l'ark for your future homo. P KACTCCALLY within the city so far as lime and car fare are concerned. Trices, $160 per lot "and upwards. 6 cash; $1 per week. JOHNSON & AGNEW, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, "Washington Loan and Trust Bnildine. MONEY TO LOAN. njONEY TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture. pianos, horses, carriages, wagons, &c; the property will remain undisturbed, in your pos session; terms easy; lowest rates; prlvato offices; nil business strictly confidential; y...

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