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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 February 1895

Z&p 'liTrh-C? "- 3y"V? ;fTjjj,S'5 "-iK WASHIWM TIME foremost of CCll is 33t3 Sunbatj (fbiiton VOL. 1. jSTO. 340. WASHESTGrTO, 3). C, JFRXDAX HOENItfG-, FEBRUARY 22, 1895 SIX PAGES. 03STE CENT. wp55J "&$ r.V.4itJl WtHfl THE TALKED OF Pi In All Its Phases It Was Treated by the Women's Council. MRS. DR. SHIFl OX HEREDITY Eloquent Ubsst of Krs. "Wickens. of the Illinois Industrial School, on "The New Thought, the Trao 'Thought" Strong Plea for the liberation of Labor from Op pression by Capital Correctional Work. The attendance at the evening tesslon of the National Council of Women yes terday was rather limited. Not more than a hundred people -were scattered about the" hall at 8 o'clock, and not more than another hundred came In afterward. The slim ncss of the gathering "was readily accounted for by the fact Uat there -was a great operatic performance, a public ieception at the White Hoube, and sundry scrni-publlo functions about town. On the platform licsidcs the speakers were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 February 1895

THE WASHEsTGrTOiN" TIMES, EBXDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1895. 2 YIMES' of Sickness,.,, YMH of Health, . YIME8 of Want, TIMES of Wealth, BUT.. 7T (0?e XDasmgton (Limes G PJ 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. Pair; cooler; northwest winds; diminish ing. Willie Away From Mother William Bor gor, a yomh who was charged with va grancy, told Judgo Kimball yesterday that his Home is in Newark, N. J., tiut beseemed verr averso to giving any hibtory of himself end" the court decided to commit him to jail for a few days pending a reply to a letter which has been sent to the boy's mother. Tto a Against an Iron Par John Parry, nvnne erossmtr of the Baltimore and Poto mac Itnllroad. An engine struck the car rather unexpectedly and Barry was thrown ngu nst an iron bar. Ho was tnken to his homo in the Fourth precinct ambulance. Cam us ack Tent's Coming Soci".'' At the regular me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 February 1895

"sJr "&'? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, EBIBjA.T, FEBBTJABY 22, 189S. THE IASHMM TIMES T '. A BRAHD NEW TOY Merchants Will Have ft on Sale in About a Week. TOP THAT SPINS -IN A THOUSAND WAYS ilastor Harry Says "It's Oat ol Sight TOP FOR A BABY ATOPforaPHILOSOPHER Tfl Show Dis to Maggio.'i A TOP THAT WILL SPIN -FOR ONE-HALF HOUR 2f" 'It Beats Me.l TOP THAT WILL .PLAY A TONE P-"c: r,-.pj n And ft Won't Gost Much Either, Watch for It; Wait for It It's The. ASHIMTOfl i ,-Jr nfik Haby Thinks "It's Cuto." 4 TOP THAT MARKS -AN EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING I5My! But It's a Bute." A TOP THAT TRAVELS -ALONG A THREAD - .&-- 'Lets Hold a Top Tarry To-night." A TOP THAT WILL CORE BAD CASE OF BLDES Fun for Grandpa. Ties Top .A. i i ii m n i JL iih SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. A YOUNG MARRIED LADY OF REFINE ment desires a position as govorness for email children. Address Mrs. II., 1103 9th at. nw. fe2I-3td T WOULD LIKE TO HAVE .A CnAMBER- X maid's place in prlvato family. Addrcss MABEL JOHNSON. 1138 Del avo. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 February 1895

, f)r$Cf '" f- "-' 4 THE WASHEtfGTCXN" TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1895. The Washington Times (EVEBV DAT IX THE YEAH.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. fOVTBlVEST COKh'ER PENSSTLTASIA AVEMJE AND TENTH STREET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SG, Business Ofllce, 33T. Trice, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month - Thlrty-flvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. 0., FEBRUARY 22. 1895. Subscribers to "The Times ill confer a faiorby promptlj reporting any discour lesyof collectors, or ncr.Icct of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by mail or in person w ill receive crorapt attention. Papers bhould bo de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 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 6t. and Pa. ave. nw. Arlington, The Vt. ave. and II at. nw. .Becker, Chas. A Tennallytown. Bury's Pharmacy Anacostla. Cochran, T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 February 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, ERIDAX, T?EBEITAEY 22, 1895. MOSES'. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY .2, 1893. Closed At 1 o'clock to-day. WINDOW SHADES PUT U? 19c All colors and sizes. Formerly $i and $..25 per shade, If altering is necessary an additional charge of 10 cents will be made. CURTAIN rOLES, PUT UP Cherry a n walnut 1 inch woods, brass trimmed. in diameter. 5 feet long. Others, too, as follows: 0 JH! 'uch by 5 fot. To'ca. ash, cherry, imt. walnut and irot antique oak, with brass trimmings. Reduced from JOc. to 30c. All complete and put up. M moro of"sanio size and color, with batter triinrain-.fi. Reduced from 76c, to 00a Do t lorgot, wo lumg them at these prioes. AND SONS. F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, 2dSL, near 5L 0GC 9 - ?C3 Leaping Into greater popu larity every day. These .bright, aggressive markets getting what they deserve. At EmricrTs the doors are swinging all day long. The reasons are: WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF FRESH PORK, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT 7. a POUND. r Choic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 February 1895

THE WAflHTN'G-TO'N" TTM"FS. TT?TT A.T. 3n5T5T?.TJABT 22, 180R. APART Of your leisure time this morning can be very profitably spent HERE. Our Remodeling Sale will make it worth your While to buy Clothes, Furnishings, and Hats now. Men's Suits, " Overcoats, " Hats, . Boys' Hats and Capsr Children's Suits, Overcoats and All Fancy Neckwear, Broken lots Underwear, " " Furnishings, " " Gloves, We are here until noon. It 12th and F SS : Children's -At-SHOES. Etonston's "We'ro aiming to become known as the Ue-adquartera lor C 1L- DUEVS bl Oe.S making every effort to a tain that on . showing the Quest stock of Ch Wren's Shoes ever l.rought -out -quoting pr.ces that allow no equaling. Infant's shoes from 8" CENTS up. Edmonston, 1334 Fst. A Fine Cigar For 5c. Smokers all over the city will tell you that tho host cigar soil for 5 cents la All dealers sell it Ask for It - nest timo and enjoy a good smoke JAS. L. BARBOOR & SON," WHOLESALERS, 614-616 PENNA. AVE. PUll Dress Suits, ALL SIZES, F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 February 1895

f r-JT1s'?wi'?a.(i!45l' 3Sjt&fl'!364 . y. -&$g$S1 f f THE WA foremost of (III is 13 Sunbcnj (fbition VOL. 1. ISTO. 341. WASHEaTOifr, b. a, Saturday MOKsrnra, pebutjart 23 isos six pages. 02TE CEXT. tv 'iffc fifatip, mm nfl jmMH ffpps i SHMOfl TIMES THEIRSiLUTETOTHEFLA Sixteen Little Girls Rouse the Council's Enthusiasm. . NATIONAL SPIRIT RULED ALL Btara and Stripes Were in Evidence Every where and on Everybody Some Remarks "by Hon. C. C. Bonney Gracefully Acknowl edgedInculcation of Patriotism in tbo Home and at School "Was the Theme. One flag, one language, one God "were the keynotes -on which the music of the union n as pitched at 3 esterday's cession of the Rational Council ol Women. Ho more beautiful or fctirring ceremony Las perhaps ever "been -witnessed in "Wash ington than tliat which took place under the inspiration of the Legion of Lojal Women. It was the day of patriotism on the programme. Patriotism spoke eloquently In rvcry device and detail of tUo decoration. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 February 1895

.: -3 S- " - THE WASHIKaTOK TIMES, SATUBDAX, PEBBXTA'B.'V 23, :Jpq. tt 7 yvc-Nothing Cheap About These-Except Our Price COM Q -- -L-- J- VJ Henry Franc & Son, Cor. Seventh and D Sts. JPJL.JLt. "i- . 2 TE HF THEVETEBJUiS Washington's Memory Honored by the G. A. R. DR. STAFFORD'S FIXE EFFORT HeJJcad the Farewell Address in Magnifi cent Style Gen. Eicfcles' Address on the Real Character of Washington Attacked the Pension Policy of the Administra tion Andience Gave Him Cheers. Fnlly 1,200 people attended the services at the Metropolitan M. E- Church, corner or Four-and-a-hall and C streets nortbwest.beld under the auspices or the Grand Army ot the Republic in perpetuation of the memory of the illustrious Father of His Country. Suspeadod to the wall buck of tho pulpit and fronting the vast audience was n full engtb, life-size portjnit of Gen. Washington n the military uniform betokening his voca tion and station, while about the head of tho portrait was a red, white, and blue star an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 February 1895

- jBrtsi?"6BW?-f fiS&SP THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTTKTJAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1S95, THE IASHMT0H TIES TOP RAH Merchants Will Have It on Sale in HboUt a Week, . 4 TOP THAI SPUR B A MMSAID WAYS Master Harry Says "It's Out of Sight," L TOP FOR A BABY ATOP for a PHILOSOPHER "I'll Show Dls to MaggU." I TOP THAT WILL SPIN FOR ONE-HALF HOUR "It Beats Me." I JTOP THAT WILL -FEW A" TONE 1 1 p - 1. In I iL Rnd It Won't Gost Much Either. Watch for It; Wait for It It's The. Washington Tbes TV TOY Baby Thinks "It's Cute." A TOP THAT MARKS AH EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING ilyl but It's a Bute." A TOP THAT TRAYELS -AL0NG A THREAD "Let's Hold a Top Party To-night." A TOP THAT WILL CURE A BAD CASE OE BLUES Fun for Grandpa. Mwp' 0 WANTED-FARM. WANTED TO KENT FROM OWNER; A small farm near tho city, at railroad sta tion or near s reot ear line. Address Room 23, Atlantic Build ng. E. q. GUNSON. MISCELLANEOUS. tqnilERE ARE OTHERS" IN THE PRINTING X business, but fow concerns liko Tho Law Roportor Company, of 518 Fift...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 February 1895

THE WASHINGrTOK TIMES, SATTJRDAX, EEBHTJABY 23, 1895. The Washington Times fEVEKT DAT IN THE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tbe-Washinrjton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, focnnvEST ConNER Pennsylvania Avenue axd TENTH TKEEr. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4EC, Business Office, S3?. Trice. DMlr Edition Oao Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month - Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C FEBRUARY 23. 1895. Subscribers to "TIjc Times" Mill confer a favor by promptly reporting any discour tcsy of collector?:, or neglect of duty on the rart of the carriers. Complaints cither by n nil or in person Mill receive trompt attention. Papers should be dc lrtcrcdtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun- 1 day at the following hotels and news stands: American house ......... Tfa St. and Fa, ave. nir. Arlington, The Vt. avo. and II St. nw. Becker, Ohas. A 1 eanallrtown. Bury's Pharmacy Auncostia. Cochran.Tho 14th and K sts....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 February 1895

vT-T-m-e jjjl "" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUBDAY, EEBRTTAKY 23, 1895. Letter Writing for Honey, iLanslwgli&Broi t 0 MOSES'. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1S35. Two Dozen Onyx 0K 0! TaWes at $D.JO They're all brass and won't tarnish. The iron ones almost invariably do, and they're often sold by careless dealers as being brass. These at $5-95 are easily worth $10. The3''re beautifully made and finished, and have clear onyx tops. W. OCETC AND SONS. F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22d St., noar M. EMRIC-H Leaping: Into greater popu larity every day. These bright, aggressive markets getting what they deserve. At Emrich's the doors are swinging ali day long. The reasons are: WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF FRESH PORK, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT 7J5. a FOUND. t f f f f f t f f f f f f t f f t ? f Choice Lamb, per lb 8c Shoulder, per lb 7c Sausage, 3 lbs 25c Salt Pork, per lb Sand lOc H&ms, per lb lOc Steak, per lb Sc Roast Beef, per lb Sc Fresh Eggs, per doz .f..27c Oyster's Elgin B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 February 1895

.vij3c" 6 THE WASTTOTOTCVKr TTTVH5R, RA.TTJRDAY, FTCBTOTATnT 23. 1895. 'tr V'f It Will Pay you to buy Children's' Clothes here now, for dur ing our Remodeling Sale we offer Vs OFF 14 OFF 'A (2 OFF TO Hats, Furnishings, considerably less than Robinson, Chery & Co TWELFTH AND F STS. Children's At- SHOES. Edmotision's TVe'ro aiming to become known as tho Headquarter lor C 1L- DIIEN'S SsiiOtiS making every effort to a tain that on J showing the finest stock of Ch Wren's Shoes over brought out -quoting pnces that allow no equaling. Infant's shoes Iroin b CENTS tip. Edmonston, 1334 Fst. A Fine Cigar For 5c. Smokers all over tho city -will tell you that the best cigar bold for 5 cents Is All dealers sell It JVsk for It next time and enjoy a good smoke. JAS. L. BARBOUR & SON, 614-616 PENNA. AVE. Full Dress Suits, ALL SIZES, FOR HIRE on reasonable terms 801-S03 7TH ST. N. W. &v RUPTURE IS OFTEN CURED BY A PROPERLY nTTTXG TJSUfsS. t e control the two best trusses in the world. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

'?3pSJg'5i. -r.ywij-i8f--yjg" THEWA (Set 2tectby for . (Cip-top Cop "VOL. 1. UTO. 342. WASHINGTON, D. C, STOTDAY MOEJOTSTa, EEBUTTAE-Y -U, 1895 TWELVE PAGES AND ART SUPPLEMENT. TECREE CENTS. EDUCATIQSJIfr&LL PHASES Council of Women Hear Interest ing Papers on the Subject. ACADEMY PRICES: Orchestra Chairs, Reserved.Sl.OO Orchestra Circle, Reserved 75o Dress Circle, Reserved- 50o Reserved Seats, Matinees... 25-500 -3BsfM8 5 TIMES DOUGLASS' MEMORY HONORED Cardinal Principles of Froebel'e System Anal ysed Powerful Influence Exerted by the Kindergartens Eli-abetb. Cady Stanton's Paper Bead by Basaa B. Anthony Mrs. Cleveland Invited to Became a Patron. The proceedings of the first week's cession- of the National Council of Women wore closed last night. The interest of the public in the council has been well sus tained and notably in the attendance on the sessions. This is duo both to the publio courtesy and to the intrinsic literary quality of the entertainment and instruction offered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

t ' 3 THE WASHESTGTOy TIMES,. ; gTXSTP AY, FEBRUARY 24, 1895. SZfc ONLY A FEW DAYS More and Our Memorable M id-Winter Shoe Sale Will pass into history as the greatest opportunity ever offered to Washington Shoe Buyers for money-saving... The increased sales for the last few weeks clearly show that our patrons have not been slow to recognize the true nature of this sa e. For a few days more only you can buy any Shoe in our three Houses at a REDUCED PRICE. At 48c. 3 different styles Child's to 8 5p lug lictliJioos. Men's and Ladies' pood T6o and $1,00 iiouso slippers. At 89c. Ladies', Miss's', and Child'a -cood-n oaring ivld Button and Lacod Loots. Toys' and 1 oaths' Iron-clai School fchoeo. v 930 and 982 Seventh Street. KssiBspj!JSAsjssaxmd!9vPsfmma fg!22SSi2a2ii2sl HURT BY THE HURRY WAGOU It Was Driven at Breakneck Speed Upon George, M. J. Dorsey. Ho Wa? Biding a Bicycle and the Eepair "Wagon of the Georgetown Cable Line Overtook and Injured Him May Die. George M. J. Dorsey, an oper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

j- -ospps-j-jps r'&T Pj ?SW7S-" "ri''a'3f5TSP"TEfc jf7vfi THE WASHXSTGTOK TIMES, STJINDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1895. -Nothing Cheap About these Except Our Ppjee, .' - Henry Franc & SonCo, Seventh and D Sts. hat: $1.19. r-mpi ijrwvjTjgpjj, -- 3j v3 GOSSIP QFJ DUMOID Senators Will Start South from Here Next Saturday. " JOYCE AXD MERCER UNSIGNED Pfeffer, It Is Said, Will Appear Before the National Bard in His Own Eohalf "Ward and Schiebock Will Play with Ecranton President Young Gives Some Pigures as to Pines Interesting Hotes In another -week tlie Senators "will liavo been here and gone on tlielr Southern trip. At this writing It Is not known Just how many men and boys Manager Schmclz -will take along to the land of Dixie, but putting this and that together he will have a good 6izd kindergarten after a week's stay at Charleston. The genial Gus "will be a happy man among his youngsters, and it Is even money that Uie latter will enjoy the tender care he manifests for the youthful. late...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

rMfir',3' "'" , i f "-fS&i? v-w THE WASHTSTGrTOlSr TIMES, STXNDAY, tfEBKtTJLJRT 24, 1895. 4 h-W" fi3$eP', ""V1 ThB Washington Times (ETERT DAT IM THE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BDILDINQ. Southwest Conner Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street Telepnono Editorial Rooms, 4SS, 0 Business Office. 83T. trice, Daily Edition..-.- One Cent Sundny Editions Three Cents. By the month Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C. FEBRUARY 24. 1S93. Subscribers, to "The Times" will confer a faior bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the rart of the carriers. Complaints cither by r ail or in person will receive I rrorant attention. Papers should be do- lrvcrcdtoall parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. HAS A KOBTGAGE ON C0NGSES3. An extraordinary effort is being made to prejudice tho public and discredit tho organi sation of a new gas eompanT in this city. Yesterday morning the Tost published an alleged...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

5S5wi55Bip5g5,&-i ' 73 - taw r THE "WASHINGTON jg!sL-suypAT eu&e 2t I8?5- twi Jf Mnvai 1 v-- L A. Assignees' Sale Of the Remaining Stock of f MOSES'. SPECIAL IN JACKETS. Craig & Hardin I3th and F Sts. N. W. Thel glance of our Stock of Ladies' Short Jackets ery full sleeves. The very latest styles produced---Navy Blue and Black 8izes 32 to 38, inclusive. Former prices $27.50, $22.50, $19.50, $15.00, $13.75, $12.50, $11.50, and $10.98 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1895. Over 3,000 Rolls "Wall" Papers Go on sale Monday morning. And all this week they'll be offered for sale at very small prices. Iheres been such a demand for the 3-cent papers since our recent Stock-moving Sale that we have deemed it necessary to repeat some of our remarka ble offers. Papers that were 10 cents to $1.50 ROLL are now 3 CENTS to 25 CENTS. Here are a few of the new "Specials": Number ., Special of Roll Pieces. Pattern, rrice. n Louis xvi. 3 ere. 27 Chintz, 4CTS. 34 Colonial, 5 CTS. 50 Louis XV. 6 CTS. 60 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

3 THE WASHTJSTGrTOiN' TIMES, SUKDAT, FEBRUARY 24, 1895. A WEEK H UBQR CIRCLE Matters of Interest to Organized "Worklngmen of the District. MEETINGS FOR THIS WEEK. MONDAY, IXBBCABY 25. Ii. A. 1644, E. oil.., Plasterers Plasterers' Hall, rour-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. L. A. 1743, 3L of L.. Carpenters and Join ers Typographical Temple. Carriage Makers Assembly Bunch's Hall, 314 Eighth street northwest. Amalgamated Society of Carpenters Cos tello's Hull, Cth and G streets. L. V., No. 190, National Brotherhood ot Carpenters and Joiners Hall 425 12th street northwest. TUESDAY, rXEnUAEY 26. Federation ot Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. Bulletins Trades Council Typographical Temple. WEDNESDAY, rEBBDABY 27. L. A. 2031. K. ot L., Tin and Sheet Iron Workers PJasteiors HalL Ii. U., No. 2, Electrical Workers Hall 419 Tenth street northwest H U., No. 1, Carpenters and Joiners Typographical Temple. THDBSDAY, FEBBCABY 2S. District AssomVly Kn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

vu THE WASHIKGrTOlSr TIMES, SIEEEDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1895. OISI-DBTBMBDIC- Expressive Resolutions Offered Upon the Death of Douglass, HOWARD UNIVERSITY'S ACTION National Council of Women Send Their Tribute to the Family Union league Ac tion Final Preparations for tho Fnnoral To-morrow Eemains to Lie in State at metropolitan A. M. E. Church. Tho esteem and veneration in "which the late Hon. Frederick Douglass was held, by tho white people as well as those ol his own raoe, was evidenced yesterday In the adoption of resolutions of respect and regret by vari ous organisations. A mooting of tho trustees of Howard Uni versity was hold yesterday afternoon. It was called to order by tho president, Rev. J. D. ltnnkin. who briefly stated Its object Hon. John Eaton, ex. Commissioner of Ed. ucation for the District of Columbia, sug gested that a committee be appointed to draft appropriate resolutions, but th's ac tion had been anticipated by President Ran kin, who offered tho following resolution...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

' -I THE WASHrSTOTO:sr TIMEfeSirNDATi FEBRUARY 24, 1895. 8 AMUSEMENTS. NEW NATIONAL HERE SHE IS! toa'Say.w' FEBRUARY 25. MATJNEE SATURDAY AT 2. Special Mardi Gras Matinee TUESDAY AT 2 P. M. THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST -IN- NT By BRANDON THOMAS. Management CUAKLES FROIIMAN. "There nccrwasa minuto When Auntie -wasn't in it." 300 Nights in New York, 150 Nights in Chicago, 130 Nights in Boston, 1 12 Nights in Philad'lp'a. AND NOW WASHINGTON. Don't Do Anything Until You See Charley's Aunt. NEXT WEEK. MR. AND MRS, KENDAL. Butler's Bijou Theater. SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 3d, 7 P. M. IRELAND AlDlfS HEROES urni anniversary of iirrn ROBERT MMET. Sacrod Concert and Oration hy tUo Hon. J. G. McGUIRE, of California. Exhibition Drill by Emmet Guards. LECTURE BY Hon. Simon Wolf. SUBJECT: 1 'What Constitutes a True Republic" For the benefit of tho PROTECTIVE -TrfELT RAILWAY ENION OF DISlRiCT OF (.OLD v BIA, AttheAcndcrnv of Music Sunday evening, February 4, 1S93, at S o'clock p. in. Tiokois 25 cents. R...

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