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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 February 1895

Wmmmmmmgm THE WASHINGTON TIKES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1S95. The Washington Times (EVEIIT DAT IX THE YEAH.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. fOTTnWF-ST C'OhNEK I'exxsyltasu Avexce AXJ) Tenth Stheet Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SG, Business Office, S37. Irfcc, Dally Edition Ono Cent. Sundny-Edition .. ..Three Conts. By tho mouth.... Thirty-five Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 18, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor b promptly reporting any discour icsj of collectors, or ncglec: of duty on ihe paw of the carriers. Complaints cither by trail or in person will receive trorapt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each mornins. including Sunday. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American House..... . Tthst nnd Pa are. nw. Arlington, The Vt. me and H fit. nw. Becker. C'haa. A Teunallytowu. Eury's I'barmacy Anacosiia. Cochran, The -14th an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 February 1895

i.iw&mim, j - - x T J THE WASHI3SraTOTST TIMES v HOTD AX, JB3EBKTTAHT 18.1895. 5 MOSES'. Monday, Feb. 18, 1895. mes Occur -In all businesses es pecially tlie larger ones Avlieu it is profitable to lose money for tlie most part all of the profit often part of the cost The larger and more important the business, the better and more important tliese occasions. And we've reached such a condition just now. The ontiro Gtn floor and tho larger part of tli 7tli are being changed oil around. Carpenters and others are at work. St ocSs aro in tlio way And tho rosult is a most inaf nt(!c Mit array of Bodroom, Dining room, Offio. and Library Fnrnlturo at cost in many Instances or less. AND SONS, F and 11th Streets. - Storage W archouscs, 22dSL, near 1L C09&0"-4(SO- Bo 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 Em rich's this week, WHERE ONE DOLLAR does DOUBLE DUTY in s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 February 1895

&je?e5r"'f" jerfn v-"' e THE WASHINaTON TIMES, ' SION DjY, EEBEXJABY 18, 1895. At Price; urhig our remodeling sale'oiv'caubvke your choice-of any Fancy Necktie in - tlie store at xz price, viz. - 25c TIES- FOR 1 2c. 50c 75c " $i-oo " $2.00 " $2.50 " $3-oo " Also any Silk or Woolen Muffler at 1-3 OFF Any Hat or Cap in the store, - - 1-3 OFF MenJs Suits, Overcoats and Extra Pants, . J-4 TO. 1-2 OFF Children's Suits, - ---- 1-4 OFF Children's Overcoats, - - - 1-3 OFF All good, honest garments and worth every dollar of original prices. ifl 12th and THE CHOE We aro now eondU"tlng affords an incomparable opitortunityfor ro.- ting all Muds of footw-ac at small cost. The prices ou all blioes have been cut down to the lowest il .lt. As nn lattauce ileus 4 Shoes, Patent Leathers, Uulton, or Lace, filing for 42 G5 during tUis fcalo. A clear gain to tho purchaser of fl.85. Isn't tUat -worth ha vine? Edmonston, 1334 f st. IT'S A WINNER. The "La Grande Avenue" Cl- gar Is past the extmnineutal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 February 1895

wmsmff ft -- WASHIMTOS THE TIMES Bustj UTen Want Cfyeap anb Heipsy TOJj. I. ISO. 337. National Counoll Begins Its Work in an Energetic Manner. PRESIDENT SEWALL'S ADDRESS Distinguished Xadies Wero on the Platform Fraternal Greetings Extended to Col lateral Organizations Miss Willard and Lady Somerset Saluted Scception at the FbHtt House Addresses in the Evening:. Motzerott Hall was tho ccntor of attraction yesterday morning and afternoon, for all Wasbingtonlans who appreciated tho presences among them ol tho distinguished offieors nnd mombors who constitute tho National Coun cil of Women. Tho assemDlagoin the audito rium was made up largely of those Washing ton women who havo achioved distinction by their brain and talent and who are tho well known leaders and members of the various local literary, social, and scientific circles. It was a condition of talent at homo doing tho honors and courtesies to talent from all parts of tho Union. The proceedings of the day wore dispatched with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 February 1895

'' 'w't-PRmlip PiwfiWipyippiipii THE WASHDSraTCOT TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBIUTART 19, 1895. 2 4 onrciiobi ifioki Discussed by the National Free Baptist Missionary Society. COUNCIL'S EVENING SESSION "Larger Recognition by Denominations is Greatly Desired Outward lorm Should ITot Displace True Christianity Unitarian Church the Most Liberal Home life Should Be Adjusted to Afford More Leisure. The evening session of tho National Coun cil of "Women was devoted to religion, and the first half of tbo programmo was given to the National Tree Baptist "Women's Mission ary SoeiBty, with Uary A. Davis as tho pre siding officer. A prayer was offered by Cas sia Smith. "The ethical adjustment of women's homo and sociological duties" was the subject of an interesting paper delivered by Frances Stewart Moslier, of Michigan. She said that before the days of telegraphs and newspapers the interest of mankind was confined to thoughts of the family and imme diate surroundings. The lino between tho duties of ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 February 1895

iiiyjiijpipniypw THE WASHINaTON TIMES, TTJESDAT, FEBRUARY 19, 1895. ssz It THE WASHIMM TIMES TOP Merchants Will Have It on Sale in HboUt a Week, TOP THAT SPINS IN A THOUSAND WATS Master Harry Soys "It's Out of Sight"" A TOP FOR A BABY ATOP for a PHILOSOPHER 'I'll Show Dis to Maggie.'" A TOP THAT WILL SPIN FOR ONE-HALF HOUR 3Ev- 'It BeatB M."" A TOP THAT WILL -PLAY A TDNE JI 0 J p - 1 ""7f i a r--1" " Hnd It Won't Cost Much Either. WatGh for It; Wait for It It's The. WASHINGTON fIMES TV A BRAND NEW TOY Baby Thinks "It's Cute." A TOP THAT MARKS AN EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING i'Myl But It's a Bute." A TOP THAT TRAVELS - ALONG A THREAD "Let's Hold a Top Party To-night," A TOP THAT WILL CORE A BAD CASE OF BLUES Fun for Grandpa. SITUATIONS "WANTED FEMALE. BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE WOMAN, PLACE ns ladIo3' sick nurso; willing to bo generally usoful while employed; chnrgos very modernto; good refa. Mrs. DIAMOND, 307 Mo. avo. feie-ltd BY A YOUNG WHITE GIRL, A PLACE, WILL lng to do nny kind of work. Addi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 February 1895

- TjBWpawiiPssvwi THE WASHIeTOK TIMES, TUESDAY, IT JSBRTJAKY 19,1895. 5 BRIGHT'S DISEASE. Letter Writing for Mohey. 1 r '... ' ' ' f ss. ? f Not Bainsog Today Mlm- . But wTio can tell what f-lZlX f sort of weather to-morrow inar bring forth! None of lis like rain, but when it does come we like to be protected and we like our -homes protected, t6p. The floors the carpets the rugs are insecure with out door mats. Well enough to buy now before the rain re turns, . . All sorts of mats licro from tho ordinary COCOA MATS to tUo elaborately woen FLEXIBLE WIRE ones. Any slao you want and any prlco-rfor o ory known sort that's good. I MOSES sAoNNDs. F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, 2dSt., near M. )&-&55& -- g-g"g The Purpose 9 Of our advertisements is a to keep you posted. We v indulge in no highly col- ored statements, but give 9 you always an accurate, reliable statement of things as they actually exist. More and more people are all the while learning that it pays to tra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 February 1895

mTfm-fmi THE WASHIiSTGrTOl TIMES, TUESDAT, EEBKTJABT 19, 1895. I BIG MEN No matter how big-, can be properly fitted with stylish, reliable garments during our Remodel ing Sale at the following" reductions : Plenty of Sack Suits, - 1 -4 to 1 -2 OFF Plenty of Cutaway Suits, 1 -4 to 1-2 OFF .Plenty of Overcoats, - 1 -4 to 1-2 OFF Plenty of Separate Pants, 1 -4 to 1-2 OFF Any Hat in tlie store, - - 1-3 OFF All Fancy Neckwear, - 1-2 OFF All Fancy Handkerchiefs, - 1-3 OFF All broken lots in Furnishings, - 1-3 OFF, Children's Suits, too, are - 1 -4 OFF Children's Overcoats and Reefers, 1-3 OFF XivUxliMvlii UIIJJJAJl ia llfij 12th and MEAL , In town to beat our 15c. Lunch even at twice the price. Congenial sur roundings to a good meal are looked for nowadays. The snuggest dining-room you ever saw is at Next to News Office. g WALSH'S THE HOE ALE "We are now conducting affords an incomparable opportunity for get- ting all kinds of footwear at email cost The prices on all shoes have boon cut d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 February 1895

w THE WAfflfl TIMES Busij VTizn VOani Cfycap. cmb Xletpsy TOIL. 1. mo 338. WASHXrSGrTOiN", X. C, WJEDESDAX MOBHIK&, FEBUTTAlfcY 20, 1895 SIX PAGES. 02JTJE1 CENT. Mr. Cleveland Promises to Help the Temperance Crusaders. PRESENTED WITH THE PETITION Senator Fryc Introduced Miss "Willard. Lady Somerset, and Other leaders to the Chief Executive He Heard the "Polyglot" Bead and Then Stated Ho Would Do All He Personally Could in Its Payor. Tho "W. C T. U. crusaders, who nro trying to win tho world for temperance, won their first victory among the rulers of nations yes terday, when President Cleveland, with tho eyes of half a dozen undaunted women bear ing upon him, promised to do nil bo person ally could for the cause represented by the polyglot petition. Miss Willard's "Poly," as they delight to call it in W. C. T. U. circles, was at tno "White Houso in tho afternoon only as a fig ure of speech, but speech in some forty or fifty dialects. The President took the will for the deed. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 February 1895

rsmfmmm THE WASHINGTON TIMJES, WEDNESDAY, IE BItTJ A,R Y 20, J895. w? M ""-. - . ' - jjj Qw0RTHY OF THE NAME TWICE WORTHY OF THE PRICElm' IQ '-- - Jg rir I O HENRY FRANC & SON, COR. 7th AND D. p I . I ? . jgj p X . dlLHiUfiLlinUH, UlLUdl HOI 0 1 H I LI! lE.il I 0 YIME8 of Sickness, YIMES of Health, YIME8 of Want, YIME5 of Wealth, BUT. . (EI?c XDasington (Ehnes G G G O PTH, Will spin for aye. Who goes to see, must go to buy. Merchants will have the Washington Times Top on sale in about a week. Opening of the Annual Session of the District Grand Lodge. AN INCREASE OF MEMBERSHIP Capital LolRe, No 24, Won the Grand Xjdge Trophy Admission of Past Chancellors Hot Pcssihle Under the Law Bencwal of the Discussion Eelatini? to the Ge mm Eitnal 3svi3ion of the Constitution. The DMrlet Grand Lodsro of Enlphts ol Pvlblas mot in annual session last evening at No. 910 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Tbero were eighty delegates in attendance, representative of tho sixteen lodges in the jurisdic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 February 1895

PfflyjyggSgggWg ?mrysv'Jt 'Wrm,-p?i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEBKES DAT, EEBRU ARY 20, 1895. p T IE WASHINGTON TIES TOP . A BRAND NEW TOY Merchants Will Have It on Sale in IboUt a Week. A TOP TEAT SPINS IN A THOUSAND WAYS i Master Harry Says "It's Out of Sight" A TOP FOR MJABY ATOP for aPHILOSOPHER HI Show Bis to Maggie.' A TOP THAT WILL SPIN FOR ONE-HALF HOUR SXf "It Boats Mo." A TOP 'THAT WILL v PLAY A TUNE Vrf QJk ) V: " I r1" ' M It Wont Cost Much Either, Watoh for It; Wait for It It's The , MIMT0NTlEST0P T J- Zfc Baby Thinks "It'a Cuto." A TOP THAT MARKS AN EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING "Myl But It's a Bute." A TOP THAT TRAVELS ALONG A THREAD 'Let'sHold a Top 1'arty To-night." A TOP THAT WILL CURE -A BAD CASE OF BLUES fun for Grandpa. I i ,ArS5 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS THE GENTLEMAN WHO WAS ON D 8TREET northeast inquiring for n white womau for his liuon room in hotel plonso send his address to this offlco for C. H. 1 might suit him. fo!8-4td WANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL at Bush's new place,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 February 1895

&88$& Pgaum r- TjHE WASHINGTON TIMES, WE DN JUS DAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1895. The Washington Times (EtEKY Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSrED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. forrowEfr corker Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth !steeet. Telephone Editorial Booms, 48C, Business Office, 237". rrice. Dally Edition. Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Bv the month Thlrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 20, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" ill confer a ja-orb promptly rcpoi tins any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the fan of the carriers. Complaints cither bj n ail or in person will receive tronipt attention. Papers should be dc leered 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 House 7th St. and Pa ava nw. Arlington. Tho Vt.ave. and list. nw. Becker I has. A TnnallytoTn. Bury's l'hnruiacy Anaccstio. Cochran, Tho,. 14th n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 February 1895

EjSr. -.''f,--,-Kr te- -s -f THE WASHUJ-TGrTOK TIMES, WEDNESDAY, EEBRXTAUY 20. 1895. 5 ! 1 .--II ' 'J "laM I nil K " "! W WWW -W- M0SES sLSMWS I Lansbigiil Bfo I Wednesday, Feb!-ao, 1895. 'fcr-rffx f s O - - - MlvTO ? 49c Buys i -$1000 SyEWffl" ? To-day I BEDROOM S'JITES . Nicely constructed Oak finish Equal in appear ance to most 20 ones. -, Headboard of bed is 6 feet 4 inches high. Bureau same height Width 40 inches depth iSliiches. Washstand is 30 inches wide and has splasher back. We've sold out of these Suites twice of late, but this morning we can again offer a big stock of them." And they're "won ders!" w. AND SONS. F and ilth Streets. Etorase Warehouses, 22d St., near M. ? WE KNOW t Of people who have been paying 50 per Cent, more for goods ft I than We ever thought A Of asking for them, 1 thinking all the time that they were getting a bargain. It's SUCH things that prompt us to say frequently, it always pays to trade at , the Emrich markets. I j FRESH PORK, PER LB. 8c. Rib ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 February 1895

SHhpisapr THE WASIirtfGrTCXN" TIMES, WEDNESDJlT, EEBEUAKY 20, 1895. SPRING OVERCOATS, Too, are included in our REMODELING SALE. Just think, now right in the beginning of theseason, the entire stock of Spring Overcoats, Winter Overcoats, . Separate Trousers, Cutaway and Sack Suits, Fancy Neckwear, Broken lots in Furnishings, Broken lots in Underwear, . Men's Hats, . .. Boys' Hats and Caps, . Children's Suits, Children's Overcoats and Reefers, Children's Shirt Waists, Children's Odd Pants, No one died. No one failed. Nor did any one getting burned out cause this sale. It is simply reducing OUR OWN INCOMPARABLE stock to make room forthe artisans who are to remodel the store. ROBIMI, CHERY & CO., 12th and F MEAL In town to beat our 15c. Lunch even at twice the price. Congenial sur roundings to a good meal are looked for nowadays. The snuggest dln-Injr-room you ever saw is at Next to News Office WALSH'S, HOTEL PAGE, WASHINGTON, D. C. Formerly Welckor's. Fifteenth bt. nlxnoNew York ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 February 1895

wmmmmsBjM TIMES THE foremost df (XII is -BtgSunbaij (Sbitton VOL. 1. :NO. 339. .WASHINGTON, D. C, TUTJBSDAY MOKMNQ-, FEBHTJABY 2l, 18SI5 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. SUICIDE OR DIPLOMAT Pierre Bogdanoff, of the Russian Legation, Ends His Life. BULLET THROUGH HIS HEAD loft a Bote Saying That for His Long-timo Dead Soul His Sody Was Too Heavya Borden Had Bcon a Great Sufferer From Neuralgia Hot Much Known in Social or Official Circles in This City. "For a long-time dead foul this body is all too heavy a burden to b? carried. For this rent-on 1 dobtroy mjfcelf." The predominance of this thought in his mind added to the, fact that he was in ill health, led M. Pierre Bogdanorf, llrst secretary of the RustJan legation, to com mit suicide yesterday morn.ng at his apart ments in the house of Mrs. Lee, No. 17-5 H street norths est. In his rooms, where he was surrounded by all the comforts and luxuries tj.at his ample wealth easily procured for him, Pierre Bogdanoff awoke joierday i:orn lng about 10 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 February 1895

PRPmMpnnppPMn THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBttTJAKT 21, 1895. T T 7 nr Except Our Price Cfcl 1Q andDSts. 31.1 eap Henry Franc &Son, Cor. Seventh Nothing Ch 1ME8 of Sickness, 'IME8 of Health, IME8 of Want. Y1ME8 of Wealth, , BUT 11 (EI?e XDasfyington (Limes o o o Tim Will spin for aye. Who goes to see, must go to buy. Merchants will have the Washington Times Top on sale In about a week. LOCAL HEWS OF ALL SORTS The Weather To-dav. Fair; slightly warmer; south to southwest Winds. Vts. Tnpham Wants a Divorce Belle Mc Cauley ""opbam jstonlny sued Howard Topham for divorce. Thoy wore maried September 17, 1839. at No. 1745 F street northw,9t by Rov. lleeco Hurry. They havo one child, riorenee. The bill states that he deserted her ou July 15, 1692. and has sinco lived away from her uud has refused to sup port her. She asks for alimony and custody of the child. Assrnment of Furniture Dealers Thomas H, Mitcbelmore and John JL Hood, doing a lurniture outness as Mitcbolmoro & Kood ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 February 1895

""lfsf v??mmmmmmm.mmmmm THE WASHI1OTON TIMES, TflTTRS D AT, FEBRUARY 21, 1895. THE. WASHINGTON TIES TOP Merchants Will Have ft on Sale in HhoUl a Week, i TOP IUf SUNS IN A THOUSAND IAYS Master Harry Eayo "It's Out ol Sight.-". A TOP F08 A BABY -A TOP Ira PHILOSOPHER TH Show Dl5 to Maggie. A TOP THAT WILL SPIN -FOR ONE-HALF HOUR 7ifS It Beats Slfc'i A TOP THAT WILL .-sPLAY A TONE y w I 0 HP"vt f Hn'd It Won't 6ost Much Either, Watch for It; Wait for It It's The Win m"" ashimton Tmes Top RAND NEW TOY Baby Thinks "It's Cuto." A TOP THAT MARKS --AN EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING VHyl Hut It's n Bute.' A TOP-THAT-TRAYELS 'ALONG A THREAD ' ' 'Let's Hold a Top Party To-night" A TOP THAT WILL CURE A BAD CASE OF BLUES run for Grandpa. - FOR SALE HOUSES. FOIt SALE-LOOK. ONLY $1,050 FOR C-ROOM brick house, water, sewer, and gas, No. 135 N st so. $50 cash. baL 813 ror month; per fect title. JOHN F. DONOHOE. 803 E. Cap. St. fol(5-7t 17 OR SALE 1 DECIDED BARGAINS IN N. W. INSTALLMENT PLAN. $50-OASII. $20 pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 February 1895

"aftSf"" "'r THE WASHINGTON TIME&, TITUKSBAY, FEBEUART 21, 1895. ThBWashinflton Times (Eveht DAr is TnE Yeah.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. tomnvEST Corner pekkstlvaxii. avenue and Tenth ismEEr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SC. Business Office, 23T. Trite, Dally Edition One Cent. SundnyJEdltion Three Cents. By tho month - Thirty-live Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C FEBRUARY 21. 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of. duty on The part of the carriers. Complaints cither by it ail or in person will receive rrompt attention. Papers should be dc licrcdloall parts of tlie 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 Tthbt. andPa are. nw. Arlington, The Vt. ave. and II et. nw. Becker, t'hae. A Tmuallytowu. Bury's Pharmacy Auaeoetla. Cochran, Hie..... J4thanil K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 February 1895

"' J. v- jtev'j? rv,''"lsfw- ? .fKi-W5iRg5y?-5ip( THE WASHINGTON- TIMES, THURSDAY, F-EBRTJABY 21. 1895. 'ffcjri- '' VW' M OSES'. iSBrfMttlflltt "Thursday, Feb. 2i, 1895. Pf F, CHILD'S ORIB . -White -enamel, trimmed, 2 it. 6 in. wide, 4 ft. 6 in. long. Drop sides (un usually high.) Brass rod at foot and head. Finest quality woven wire spring at bot tom only needs a light pad as mattress. 10 is the usual price but while this lot lasts the cost-to you is $ . o. - OI cour-o you know we nro tbo only local sella, s of the fluest enamol and brass bods that have tbo woven wire spring attached, and thnt are sold with, any guarantee as to durability and wear of spring, w. B. AND SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storago Warehouses, dSt., near M. N o disappointments about what we offer or what we say, our aim always being to give the BEST for the LEAST. This Ad. is to the POINT and that point A POUND. Emrich Beef Co., Malu Market, 1306-1312 3,2d St (TelephonoMT). BRANCH MARKETS; 171S 14th St. I. W. Sl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 February 1895

j.wsc THE WASHING-TOtf TIMES, TBCUBSDAT, FEBKTJABY 21, 1895.' EVERY PAIR Of Men's SEPARATE Trousers in the store. Heavy-weight, Medium-weight, and Lightweight, are included in our RE MODELING Sale at 1-4 to 1-2 Off Regular Prices. Also All Men's Suits, . " u Overcoats, " Ghildren's Overcoats " u Suits, . " Fancy Neckwear, " Broken lots Underwear, - u u Furnishings, " Hats, Not an article in the entire stock but what is fully worth every cent of original price, but we must make room for the workmen, and this is the quickest way to do it, and the best way for you. 12th and F fl8lAN BITTER "AN OLD AND RELIABLE TQNIC- Better than Quinine. Pleasant and Effective. No Ringing in the head Cures Malaria'and all Malarial troubles. Persons sufTerins with Rheumatism or Gen eral Debility, have Malaria "n their System. Never allow your system to run down; many other troubles are liable to follow. ARABIAN BITTERS vill cure you. Give you an appetite. Make you rest well. Strengthen and buWd you up. ...

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