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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

RfPiF gxmsrTW- THE WHXtfOTOK TEVTES, SITNDAT, FEBBTTABY 24, 1895. !55iS5$sSSil SPECIAL NOTICES. -ctanted a man vrrra j-so tj join v three others la a luixauve business. Ad dress one week It BUSINESS, this office PAPEEnANGMtS' PROTECTIVE ASSGCU tion will rneot nt Unrrls' HaU. top floor, 7h and D eta nw , NEXT TUESDAY hVlNlM. lebruarj 2i, rit739 p. in., and very Tuesday evening thereafter. . It a A. MAIDENS, Secretary. INSTATE OF WILLIAM M.FERGUSON) No (252. - late of tho Llstrict of Columbia. Doc.231 Application having boi a mnde to tbo Supremo Court oftheDistrct of Columbia, holding Oi pbuns Court.foi probate o a lastvrill and to-la-meiitnndlorletteisiesinmcmno on said estate bv lJIzabeth N Wood, this a to give ni.iic to all concerned to appear in said court onlBI DAY, tue 'd day or Mn ch. A. D 1MB, a 10 o'clock a in . to bbow cat so n by Bucb applica tion fcbould not bo gn uted. Attest L. P. WRIGHT, 1 ccister or il js, IX C. E. S. HENKLF, Proeior for Applies nt fol7.tna3.17 r-pnusE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1895. DOUABS SraiTOH VHIIS Amelia E. Barr Discusses the Ex travagance of Womankind. BUT HEX AKE JUST AS DAD like Big Children, All Wo Americans Play Ball With the Mone7 We Oct Eo Easily Bankruptcy Lingers in the Perfume of Posies Dressing, Dining, and Amuse ments Uncle Bam Lives at a Swlit Pace. ICopyriglit, 1895, uy Bactoeller, Johnson & BacheUcr. HE ANGLO-RlXON y- rnce is inherently ex tA??fk travngant. The lord - nnd Ipnrtnr of thn civilized world, it clothes Itself in pur ple and fine linen, and lives sumptu ously every day, as n prerogative) of its su premacy. This trait Is a very early one, and the barbaric extrava gance of "Tbe Field of the Cloth of Gold" only typified thnt passion of the raoe for Bpleudid apparel and accessories, which, In our dav, has reached a point of general and prodigal pomp nnd ostentation. No other highly civilized nations have this taste for persona! parade nnd luxurious liv ing to the same extent The...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

It THE "WASHINGTON" TIMES, STljDAY, FEBKTJAIIY 24, 189 Chronicles of BY ANTHONY HOPE. Author of "A Prisoner of Zenda," &c. (Copyright 1895 by Anthony Hope.) CHAPTER Y. C0TJKT AXTOXIO ASD THE WTZiBD'S DnUO. Tbo opinion of man ia ever In flux, save when it ia founded on tho rock of true re ligion. What our fathers believed we dtsbo lieve. but often our sons shad again receive It. In olden time men held m ch by maglo and blat ana, now such are loss esteemed; yet hereafter it may well be that the world will Undnewincintationsaud fresh spells, tho , same impulse flowing in a different channel, j and never utterly to bo checked or stemmed by the censures of the church or the mocking of dislehevers. As for truth In truth, who knows truth? For tho light of revelation ' shines but In a few places, and for the rest wo areinnatur.l darkness, groping along un seen paths toward unknown ends. Hay God keep our footstep. Now in the third year of his outlawry, tho heart of Count Antonio of Monte...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 February 1895

19 THE WASHTNGTOTOM3BS,i-SinrDAY, FEBRUARY 24.' 1895. To-morrow is the Men's and -Boys' Hats, Fancy Neckwear. But we" will continue for a few days longer the re duction on Men's and Boys' Clothing and all Fancy Neckwear. Here's a list of the discounts: Men's Suits, - - 1-4 to Men's Overcoats, 1-4 to Men's Separate Pants, 1-4 to Children's Suits, -, - 4t Overcoats, - " Reefers, All Fancy Neckwear, - - Remember that this incomparable garments Our stores are packed all day long with eager buyers, who are sharing in the benefits af . forded by the REED, HERRON & CO. BANKRUPT STOCK of Clothing now being sold here at the most ridiculously low figures ever put on reliable and seasonable clothes an avalanche of Buyers. But, there's a bargain for each and every one of 'em. ,' Ken's Working Pants worth S1.50 now 58c Ken's Dress Pants worth S2.25 now 95c Men's Extra Fine Pants worth 83.00 now SI 35. Ken's English Corduroy Pants worth 3 50 now 1.85. K n's All-Wcl Hair-lino Pants worth 52.7o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 February 1895

fn,g&tz&rF sss.-!- . - THEWA (get Hectbxj for (Lip-fop Cop VOL. 1. 2STO. 343. WASHmaTCXKT, D. C, IMXXSTDAY MOBrSTGr1, JTEBKTJAHX 25, 1S95---SIX PAGES. (XSTE CEisT. Mil jEiTS DQLPH Result of the Long Contested Senatorial Battle in Oregon. SIXTIETH BALLOT DECIDED IT CONVICT MINERS SMOTHER -March 4 Is Approach ingr. PEACE BUT PRECAUTION HOWO&TE WAS ACQUITTED Twenty ""Imprisoned Behind a Wall " of Smoke in a Mine. Gen. iMolino Says That Guatemala Won't lie Caught Napping. But He Will Have to Stand Trial on Other indictments. Two Tried to Escapo and Were Afterwards Found Bead The Others Bcscncd By a Cage and Will Recover. .And Adda That it Will B3 No Walkover Mexico Like3 tho Bansom Appointment. Negotiations Not Advancing:. SCENES IN THE COURTROOM A WSV yi'v&J&S?&)fih--s:' TIMES Cleeton, a Strong Dolph Han, Set the Pace and Other Bepublicans Scrambled to Get Into Line Until Every Party Tote Was ' Eecorded for thelfew Candidate A Bc- markable Contest McBride'a Hist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 February 1895

THE WASHXtfaTOK TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1895. T T 7 TCNothing Cheap About These-Except Our Price COM TQ XJ-Xx. A. V5,",' Henrv Franc & Son. Cor. Seventh and D Sfcs. ADLr TIE Hi! IILiTII First Mass-meeting This Year of ' the Anti-saloon League. HUCH ENTHUSIASM SHOWN Addresses Hade ByHrs. Josephino Hichol-, Lillian Hollister, and ex-Gov. Perham, of Kainc Ho Compromise in the "War Apainst the Lienor Traffic, They Say Kothine but Prohibition Will Be Effective. The first mass-meeting of the Anti-Sa loon League for the current year was held yestorduy arternoon nt the First Congre gational Church, corner Tenth and G .streets northwest. The meeting "was or additional interest because of tho ad dresses by Mr. Josephine Nichols, of In diana, superintendent of work at fairs and expositions for the World's and Na tional W. C. T. U.. Mrs. Lillian Hollister, of the Michigan W. C. T. TL, and ex-Gov. Sydney rerham, of Maine. On the stage were James L. Ewin, vice president of the Lwaguo; Mrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 February 1895

THE "WASHINGTON TEHHETS;- feMONDAT, FEBBTTABY 25, 1895. THE IASHMM TIMES TOP A BRAND KEW TOY Certain Merchants Will Have II on Sale .During the GUrrent. Week. A TOP THAT SPINS IN A THOUSAND VMS ilaster Harry Says "It's Out of Sight,'1 A TOP FOR -A BABY -AfOMoraPBILOSOPHER "I'll Show DIs toilaggl." A TOP THAT WILL SPIN FOR ORE-HALF HOUR "It Beats lie.' A TOP THAT WILL ' -PLAf-ATUNE (JCt 4U ft jo Q I x- p - 1 J rm I1 nt M It Won't Cost MUGliEither. WatGhforltrwa'it'fof It It's The yj-tsmm TjB.Tff -- " F&jp) fssi! J2 Baby Thinks "Ifa Cute." A TOP THAT MAMS AN EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING "My! But It's a Bute.' A TOP THAT TRAVELS c ALONG ATHREAD "Let's Ilold a Top Party To-night." A TOP THAT WILL CURE A BAD CASE OF BLUES Fun for Grandpa. mut J2 Jj feo o fSJ I Wfsr5 (- T TEBSONALS. I AM NOT A COUNTE5!! NOR A GYPSY queon; am not a seventh daughter; Tvas not born with a caul, am not something now and Just arrived, but am MME. lflt ANCIS, ono of the oldest oBtabliahed mediums, and am here to sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 February 1895

TJIE WASHXGTO-S TIMES, 3I03sTI?AT? FEBRUARY The Washington Times (Evra:v Day is toe Yeau.) OWNED AND ISSUED 15V Tlie Washington Times Company TIMES 1UIMING. EoiTiivHsr Cousins Yesssylvasu aviwwb"aSB ' YEvTU fcTISBBr . ..., Tolojrtjone Kdiwrial Itooms, 4S6, Business Oflico, SST. Trice, Daily Edition e Cent. ?ii!idty JMlttou Throo Conts. 11 tho mouth - Thirty-nvb Cunts. iJV'ASlllNGTON, D. C FEBRUARY 25. lfi!)5. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a .faAor by promptly reporting any discmir lesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on tlie part of tlic carriers. Complaints- cither b i ail or in person will receive crompt attention. Papers bliouIJ be'de-" )icicdtoaIl parts of the city by 0::iu o'ctoek each moraiug, including Sunday. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: AuwriVaH ilmme TlUM. .nd Pa -nva nw. Aittugtou, The jit.'. audllot. av. lltHjter. 4 lms. A 'leimnllyiottU. i ,i ,, Bury", rimniuicy Anaoatia. CoehtJin,Thc Hth and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 February 1895

THE WASHESTGTOIN TIMES, MOKBAT, ITEBBTTAEX 25, 1895. MOSES'. MONDAY, FEBttUAltY 3, 1895. We Told You Yesterday But Ave waut to empha size tliis morning the fact that the 3,000 ROLLS of WALL PAPERS which are to he sold this Aveelc are going to go -rapidl for papers that were 10 cents to $1.50 per roll have been marked down to from 3 to 25 CENTS per roll. JLI1C3C dlC auiuc Ul LIU "good things:" Nuinbor Special of Jtoll Pieces. rattora. Price. 17 Louis XVI. 3 CTS. 27 Chintz, 4 OTS. 14 CoIouiaL 5 CTS. W Louis XV. GC1S. E0 Empire, 7 CTS. 8 Sultana, 8 CTS. 27 Fronch biripe, 10 CT, K) Louis XV. ISCrS. 10 Horaldic, 15 CTS. 9 Louis XVL 0 CTS. 17 UenaUsanco. 25 CTS. I MOSES sAoNNDs F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22dSt, ucarM. gg a ofe-g-o-o co5 have unlimited cllities for purchasing all ft kinds of Eatables, which X enable us to serve the public with not only the V best the markets afford, y but at lower pr ces than elsewhere. That the ad- Q vantages are appreciated q is attes'ed by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 February 1895

6 THE WASHIK'GTOX. TIMES, MOBATj.EEKRUAlir 25, 1895. THESE Discounts end to night: Men's Hats, 1-3 OFf. Hoys' Hats, 1-3 Off. ' ;' Brohcn lots Underwear. 1-3 OFf. Broken lots Gloves, 1-3 OFf. Brohcn lots Fancy Shirts. 1-3 Off. Fancy Handkerchiefs, 1-3 Off. Silk or Woolen Mufflers, 1-3 Off. These hold good for a few days longer: Men's Suits, 1-4 to 1-2 OFf. Men's Overcoats. 1-4 to 1-2 OFf. Men's Trousers. 1-4 to 1-2 OIF. Children's Suits, 1-4 Orf. Children's Overcoats and Reef ers, 1-3 Off. All Panc Neckwear, 1-2 Off. Better avail yourself of this chance to buy reliable garments at less than the price of inferior ones. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.. Twelfth and F Sts. A Fine Cigar For 5c. Smokers all over the city will tell you that the best cigar sold for 5 cents Is All dealers srtl it. AbV for It licit time ai4(l enjoy a goodsmoko 8 JAS, L. BARBOUR & SON, WHOLLSALEHS, 614-616 PENNA. AVE. Our stores are packed all day long with eager buyers, who are sharing in the benefits af forded ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 February 1895

SSsl!!"??! fyTgaeyg-g 'qiaWW B'g'tfM1 '.' ' . . (Bd lleaby for VOL. 1. TO. 344. WASHEsraTOr, d. c, Tuesday KoiiOTiNrerEBRTJARTr 26, is95 six pages. o:ne CE7T. DEFIED THE WHOLE TOWN ON THE ROAD TO MOOKDEN Baxter Shemwell Kills Dr. Panyc and Shoots Three Other Men. China's Sacred Capital Believed to Be Japanese Armies' Objective Point. Bank Robbers Captured After Trying to Free a Comrade. Frederick Douglass' Funeral Was Solemn and Magnificent. FisrbtinjrHas Occurred Around Tien Chwane; Tha. isionane Requested to Modi ate villi Regard to Bansom. It Was Not Until Night That the Officors and Fiftv Citizens Got Him Into the County JaiL UNUSUAL HONORS WERE GIVEN SHERIFF VEKY BADLY HURT Tho ullet of Ono cf the Desperadoes Pierced His Abdomen Officers and Citizens Joined in the Tight -with the Outlaws, Ono of "Whom Managed to Kako His Escape Two Pat Safely Behind the Ears. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 25. A Council Bln'ts special to the Bee says: A spirited fight between bank Tobbers and tbo local au t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 February 1895

THE WASHnsraTOiir TEVCESTITEBBAT, EEBBXTABY 26, 1895. 2 SATOLL! il lit EUIIET Carroll Institute Honored by the Presence of the Ablegate. DR. STAFFORD'S ELOQUENCE BisEesDonse to the Toast "Onr Country" T7as a ThrilUnjr Effort Dr. EoolierBcad the Papal Delegate's Ecsponse Hon. D. I. JCurphy'sAdaress Hall Decked in Gay Attire Distinguished Catholics Present Tho mombers of Carroll Institute and invited Ruests. to tho numbor of 1EO, gath ered around tno festal board last night to discuss the instituted annual dinner. Tho main hall of the institute was decked in gayest attire. Seated on either side of lour Ions tables profusely decorated witti flowors and plants wore representative men of tbo city in au walks of life, and at tho center table were seated the guests of honor, including tho dignitaries of the church. At tho right of Presidont George Bogus wore Bight Tiev. Mgr. Satolli, the aposiolic legate, and his fcecretary, Dr. Booker, nud to his left eat the learned and accomplished llov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 February 1895

, w-fvswasssj THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1895. HE IASHMM TIMES TOP Gertain Merchants Will Have It on Sale During the Current Week, A TOP THAT SPINS IN A THOUSAND WAYS Master Harry Says "It's Out of Sight A TOP FOR A BABY ATOP foraPHILOSOPHER "I'HShow Dis to Maggie." TOP THAT WILL SPIN -FOR ONE-HALF HODR $ Wit Bets Me." A TOP THAT WILL -PLAY A TDNE End It Won't Gost Watch it's The iJi jo o I Jl o I P - 1 if jS u I 0 Washington farcs Top A BRAHD MI TOY & Baby Tlilnks "It's Cute." A TOP THAT MARKS r-AN EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING J MyI But It's a Bute." A TOP THAT TRAVELS -ALONG A THREAD f'Let's Hold a Top i'arty To-night" A I0P THAT WILL CDRE -A BAD CASE OF BLUES Fun for Grandpa. Much Either, for It; Wait for It- z&m.( ( ( 5- PIE? n m gf& My, f i if Wf5' 'Sy I --, HELP WANTED FEMALE. j -VXT ANTED A MIDD LE-AGED WHITE LADY V ? to wait on an aged sick lady and do light housowork; must glvo cost or rors. Aauross G. F., this ofllce, fo26-3td OIKL OR WOMAN FOH GENERAL ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 February 1895

9tr& --r'i?&3P'! THE WASHINGTON TTSfES, TTjESDAY, FEKRITAKY 26, 1895. jfV "sfe-l ty i'u-''j " ThB Washington Times (EVEIIT DAT IN THE YEAH.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EOCTHWEST COKNEll rENUSYLVAKIA AVENCE AND TENTO fcTREET. Tclopbono Editorial Rooms, 4S0, Business Office, S37. Trice, Dallr Edition Oue Cent Sunday Edition .Three Conts. By the month - Thirty-fiVo Couta. WASHINGTON, D. C FEBRUARY 25. 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" Mill confer a favor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of dutj on llic part of the carriers. Complaints cither by iraH or in person will rcccie rrompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts or 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 Hou6e 7th St. and Pa avo nw. Arlington. The Vt.ave. and 11 at. nir. Becker, l has. A 1 enuallytonn. Bury's i'hatinacy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 February 1895

TTBner WAJSHXKGcTQ TIMES, TUOESDAY, FEBBTTABY 26, 1895. WALLPAPERS prob ably never sold better than they did here 3'esterday. The prices at present quoted are quite remarkable. Papers that were 10 cents to $ r.50 per roll are now marked down to from 3 CENTS to 25 CENTS ROLL.a As select a stock as has beenshown anywhere a bevy of fascinating designs and styles that'll surely appeal to the good taste of the most critical. We want you to see them the sale runs this week. W. B. AND SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 23a St, near Ml ooet --j-0--0-0-0 A study of values and prices set forth in plainest English. We want noth ing but what is right we give nothing but what is right-and, it is a well known fact, AT PRICES that are not to be met with elsewhere. Fresh Pork, per pound Sc Sausage, 3 pounds 25c Shriver's Corn, per dozen. .75c Whole Tomatoes 2 cans. 15c Beef Liver, per pound 6c Ham, per pound lOand lie Shoulder, per pound 7c Elgin Butter, 5 pounds..S1.50 Fresh, Salted, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 February 1895

THE WASHTtfOTOlLSr TIMES, TUESDAY, EEBBXTABY 26, 1805, REMOOELENO Sale discounts still being given on Men's Suits. Men's Overcoats. Men's Separate Trousers. Children's Suits. Children's Overcoats. Children's Reefers. Children's Shirt Waists. Boys' Long Pants Suits. All Fancy Neckwear. Come in to-day; there is variety enough to give you a satisfactory choice. But it grows smaller every day. ROBINSON, GHERY & CO., Twelfth and F Sts. HATSi Spring Styles Solo Agents for the Hats of KNOX, X. Y., and YOUNGS, X Y. Derby and Soft Hats, S2. S3, S4, $5. Silk Hats, S5, $6, $7, SS. B.H.STINEMETZ & SON, 1237 Pennsylvania Ave. fc25-d,ex8un,lino Why Pay More? WHEX FOR You Can Rldo a Twent y-throo Pound CRESCENT BICYCLE, Thoroughly Guaranteed. o Harry S. Jones, Jr., Sllng Agent, Ninth and H St. N. W. Manufactured by Western Wheel Works. -'C'C'W v Our stores are packed all day long with eager buyers, who are sharing in the benefits af forded by the REED, HERRON & CO. BANKRUPT STOCK of Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 February 1895

&j -'vfigrJar 'iE5,,'S!SSfSSHs:1??', 'ii9tg?,THS55$ j THE TIMES (Set 2leabtj for Cip-top (Cop VOL. 1. jSTO. 345. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY XORND, EEBRTJABY 27, 1895 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. ML WEBE IHABIG SHUL Great Ado in the Senate Over a Lot of Railway Bills. BUT SOME WERE PASSED Quay Started the Trouble by Objecting to the Suburban Measure and Then Hill Ecta'iated by Objecting to Everything Elss Daniel Pleaded Hard for the Sub urban, but Failed to Get It Through. A great railway syndicate,"" said Mr. Daniel at last night's session of the Senate, "is attempting to buy out and monopolize the street railway .interests of this Dis trict." 'The Senator, Mr. Quay, frankly stated to me' said Senator 11111, "that the Philadelphia syndicate was the cause of his objection.1' These statements wore made in the course of a fight over the District of Columbia Suburban Rnilwaj charter, which passed the House two weeks ago. Mr. Daniel called t up last night Tor passage by unan imous consent, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 February 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, EEBRUABT 27, 1895. 2 mwvetIsi fcKT Z m& isi jsbssr? I jf lZj -ssSa I L 3fi That will spin as long-as half an hour. 1 Jpl -That will -That will i ITS "ill Washington Ymes WILL BE ON SALE tO-MORROW AT fHE piLIIS ROYHL, C0R, n;h 'm G STS; AJD AT It will THEY MADE A MET OF IT Georgetown College Students Give Their Annual Entertainment Hinstrel Show, Banquet, and Mask Ball Combined The Old Gray Edifice Bang with Merriment There wore sounds of revelry last night -within tfcc grim, gray granite walls of old Georgetown College, lor the students hold tboir oatertainment, combining a banquet and a ininstrol performance and a bal masque. A jollier set of good follows never assem bled than the 250 who partook of the banquet spread in the college refectory. The menu card was in Greek and everything else in tensely American. After discus&iug the menu, both in Greek , nnd English, everyholv adjourned to tho Gaston Momorial Hall, where they enjoyed tho oxcel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 February 1895

"-War'SK,Si!,,,Gf "3fl$-J,K!p,'W"Pr ST'K!:rBS3Srlf?S,:StaS- TEE TrASHINaTOr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, EEBRITABY 27, 1895. THE IASHIMM TIMES TOP Gertain Merchants Will Have It on Sale Daring the Current Week, A TOP THAT SPINS ' IN A THOUSAND WAYS " JIitEter Harry Sara "If e Out of Eight," A TOP FOR A BABY -ATOP for a PHILOSOPHER C3 llJ11 Sfeow Dis to Maggie." A TOP THAT WILL SPIN FOR ONE-HALF HOUR Xf 2t Beats Me." TOP THAT WILL -JUT A TUNE Ji 0 0"i. I i - b 1 fllW 'g V B rr M It 'Won't Cost Much Either', Watch for It; Wait for It It's The. mm Wash A BRAND HEW TOY r- Baby Thinks "I fa Cute." A' TOP THAT MARKS' AN EPOCH IN TOY-MAKING 'My! Lut It's a Bute." A TOP THAT TRAYE -.ALONG A THREAD "Let's Hold a Top l'arty To-night" A TOP THAT WILL CURE A BAD CASE OF BLUES Tun for Grandpa. Ml "nf Times Top nELr WANTED-FEMAL.E. w ANTED-A WHITE COOK FOR A SMALL family. Apply 2J32 MnB3. aye fo27-3td WANTED-A LADY TO SOLICIT MILK trado; good salary and Btoady omploymont; must liave experience Addross 0. 17...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 February 1895

-' ,Sfiy vjtv-3ftaxT .T3se-, 1" C-' 'y S'-flT-nSgigT"?'?5, 'W5--!'(i."Xs'r "ir THE WASHIKGrTOlN" TIMES, WEftKESBAY, EEBIOJARY 27, 1895 j -V $fc-"JTvsJ 5- V, 4 The Washinflton Times (EVEKV DAT IN THE YEAR. OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, ccvinvtst coiisur pennsylvania avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, ISC, Business Office, 337. Trice, Dallr Edition One Cont. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the jnonth Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. FEBRUARY 27, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor bv promptly reporting any discour Tcsyof collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by n ail or in person Mill rcccivo rroinpt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each moraine, including Sunday. TflE 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, The Vt.a'ie. and...

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