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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 February 1895

wMihjjw'aiapwwpwwwy M-- TfcTF WTOf'wwpf??,- wf- jeprr-ier - wyv-r- -n-4- ?atr9 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, VEBNUSDAT, I'BETTABT 27, 1S95, WEDNESDAY, FEBUUAHY ST. 1893, V$ f,fsS? fWg &fl UmElWmMmii MuW lfBllll. VklS TKaca all Papers Which went on sale Monday morning are going at a lively rate. Already a large number of rolls have been sold; but tnere were 3,000, and there are hundreds of rolls left. Prices were 10 cents to $ j. 50 j oil; these papersare now 3 CTS. TO 25 CTS. ROLL. remain among others. Kumbor Special of lloll Pieces. Pattern. Trice. 11 ixmis.xvx 3 era 8 Chintz. 4 CTS. 9 Colonial, 5 CTS. 4S Louis XV. CCiS. 43 Bmplro, 7 CTS. 13 Sultana. S CTS. IB - Preach iwripe, -OCT:?. 47 Louts xv. iscrs. 32 Heraldic, 15 CTS. 6 Louis XVI. SO CTS. 14 llenatssanca. 20 CTS. MOSES is, F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, dS, nearH. EMRICH EXACTLY SO With an army of assist ants employed in our va rious Washington mar ke s and a full comple ment of delivery wagons, we are well equipped to ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 February 1895

THE waotttxTO3 TIMES, WEDNESDAY, FJSBBUABY 27, 1895. 6 REMODELING 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 vari ty enough to give you a satisfactory choice. But it grows smaller every day. ROBINSON, CBERY & CO, Twelfth and F Sts. HATS. sPrin3 styl6S Solo Agents for Ihe Hats of KNOX, X. Y., and YOUNGS, X. "V. Derby and Soft Hats, $2, S3, S4-, S5. Silk Hats, S5. S6, S7, S8. B.H.STINEMETZ & SON, 1237 Pennsylvania Ave. f c25-d,oxsun,l mo Why Pay More? WHEN FOR $75.00 You Can Ride a. Ttveuty-three Pound CRESCENT BICYCLE, Thoroughly Guaranteed. o Harry S. Jones, Jr.. S- ling Agent, Ninth and H St. N. W. Manufactured toy Western Wheel Wo'ks. COOK WITH GAS. You don't ute candles, so why cook with -pel, when gas la so much easier, cleaner, and choap er? Every sort and sire of good co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 February 1895

SwS THE TIMES (So cmb 33utj tptop Cop. WASHEsraTOisr, d. c, Thursday mohnikg, February 28, i895--six pag-es. VOL. 1. TO. 346. OjSTE cett ill 1 DEID P1CTU HILL TO FIGHT THE OCTOPUS LETTER CARRIERS ARE IAD DRIVEN OFF BY THE PLAGUE Ri Last Pretty May Barker, a "Living" Model, Attempts Her Life. SAVED IN THE NICK-OP TIME Her Affections Haa Been Trifled With by a Han "Who Added Insult to Injury by Writing Her a Cruel Letter After Writ ing a Farewell Misgive to Her Sister She Sought Death by Asphyxiation. Pretty and statuesque May Barker, nine teen years of ago, regarded on the stngo us one of tho most beautiful of livine pictures, made a determined attempt to take her life yes.erday afternoon in her room at the resi dence of Mr. Burr M. Wildman, tho horso dealer, of No. 142G Ninth street northwest. After carefully chinking up all the cracks and crevices about the apartment she dis robed, turned on four gas jets, and lay down on the snowy bod to await death. She was discovered in time, ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 February 1895

THE WASHETGTON' TIMES, THURSDAY, EEBRTTAinr 28, 1895. HATS- THEIR WORTH IS DOUBLE THEIR Henry Franc & Son, Cor. Seventh and D Sts. 2 $1,19. M :&' m& bj E ARE strangers to the Washington public and thus unfor tunately are at this time obliged to tell you that which you will undoubtedly discover yourselves later on. To day we open our doors to the residents of this city and adjoin ing territory and we, in modern fashion, introduce ourselves: We'll be known as HJT A "17"TiI?ini Q l!TIHlHlTrTr With this announcement it affords us pleasure to make our first bow to you and Bid you welcome. We have leased the large building, 415 Fitted it up in thj2 most approved style for the conduct of a big Furni ture business, and have it filled from cellar to roof with one of the handsomest and most complete stocks of Carpets and Ever brought to this city Everything from a kitchen chair to an ex quisite parlor suite Yes, everything. One of our liberal methods will be to extend We don't kno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 February 1895

.-y lefftWissfiS?? ZPyanvpfUiBmw mBmm&wfmsiip$!&i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, EEBBUARY 28, 1895. J.-?!JPBw.XT' .1 POR SALE-HEAL ESTATE. llSJIiUES 1 ulu LUftdi On the Grand Electric Boulevard. A most attractive, delightful, find convenient location for a home. Sixteen minutes' ride on ike Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. .Eleven trains daily each way. Six cents fare. PRACTICALLY WITHIN THE CITY, bo far as time and car fam are concerned. WHY PAY RENT whoa you can buy a home site in this lovely suburb at Slpor week under such favornblo advan tages. Price, 186 por lot and upwards. This is not a new and uninhabited subdivision, but is already well settled, and bids fair to become ttio choicest residence suburb around tho Na tion's CapItaL Johnson & Agnew Real Estate and Loans. "WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST BUILDING. FOR RENT ROOMS. r) B ST. KE.; OPPOSITE OSlTOL GROUNDS; 5i one large and two single rooms; well fur., cheerful, and well heated; with good board; terras moderate. fe?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 February 1895

z;,2?-ft'e!?'tpF- iE?!s,faw','W'56?af !f jSK3?j53C,.f?' Qves r" gysgygffptfMgar-?, yftg THE WASHXfTOTCXN TIMES, THURSDAY, EEBRUAUY 28, 1895. rt ''ncs'i-t- The Washington Times (Evekv Dav is the Yeah.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EOtTOWEST COllhEH PJ3XKSYLYAKIA AVENUE AND Tuntu Stkebt-. Selophone Editorial Rooms, 4S5, Business Office, 337. TriccDaHr Edition ae Cent. Sunday Edition Three Ccuta By the month Thirty-fivo Cent. "WASHINGTON, D. C FEBRUARY 28, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" "will confer a faor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or uculcct of duty on the rnrt of the carriers. Complaints cither by trail or in person w ill receive trorapt attention. Papers should 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 House Tthst. and To. ave. nw. Arlington, Tho Vt. ave. and list. nw. B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 February 1895

r wJt-wSH1' r i WSB- Ttn - rMf fKPv ""-vrrf?1-s?s, -T1 -sSfTBKJWJse"1 w jww-gi-t-gw w THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES', f HUBSDAY, FEBRFABY 28, 1895. 5 MOSES' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1B93. SEEMS as though, wo can't toll you enough about our stock. Lots of things we Boll people don't generally know wo handle. In a Wftstoio llto this onohns to'omo often t see what's going on. We ro always glad to show you what you want to see. To-da' To-morrow Saturdajr and tlien 3011 can't buy 10 cent WALL PAPERS for 3 CENTS A ROLL and $1.50 papers for 25 CENTS. And even with higher and standard prices you "may not he able to see such a variet3 as we're showing during this week of WALL PAPER sell- 111 2f. -Lots of "specials" left. W. OSES 4NNDs SONS, F and 11th Streets. Storage Waroheuses, SSdSt, noarM. fiCG-S'Gffi --- O-0 RIGHT IS MICHT. So are our prics. They are the mighty magnets that draw the crowds to our popular markets. Our low prices, when coupled with the honest goods that have earned us "a reputation...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 February 1895

THE WASHDNTOy TIMES, THTJSPAX, FEBBITARY 28. 1895. 6 Where? Would you rather have a DOLLAR or TWO in YOUR POCKET- or repre sented by an exclu sive hatter's name in the crown o"f your hat? That is where the extra dollar or two goes that you pay to hat stores for identically the same hats we sell at $3.00 And our name in the crown is as good guarantee as theirs. It meansyour money back if you are not satisfied. Who can do more? New spring shapes now ready. At $2.00 we sell the best derby you ever saw at that price. Same styles and shapes as the finer ones. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO, f Twelfth and F Sts. WISIAN I3ITTEIV AN OLD AN3 RELIABLE TONIC--Better than Quinine. Pleasant ana Effective. No Ringing In the head. Cures Malaria and all Malarial troubles. Persons sufferinc with Rheumatism or Gen eral Debility, have Malaria in their System. Never olio your system to run down; many other troubles are liable tofoHow. ARABIAN BITTERS will owe you. Give yoti an appetite. Make you rest wdl. St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 March 1895

V V"J" ;!? --vsr- gygK vey ,5 "i!f-5Swsr-?i- igP!?SJC ?B"T-3!,?!p'f:""3l (So anb 33utj ftEiptop fLop. VOL. 1. ?Q. 347 WASIJXTGrTOT5 D. C, FRIDAY OBiTOrG-, MARCH 1, 1895 SIX PAGES. OltfE CET. FEATURES OF THE SUNDRY TIMES WILL BE'ANNOUNGED TO-MORROW Chandler Arraigned Senators and Kill Called Him a Hyena. Attorney Bsale DIsGOvers Million aire HcCaffery's First Wife. SCENE ALMOST UNPARALLELED SHE WAS P00K USTIL EIGHTY "'";pWWre4tIMP'?-"l!P(p ytf'VS. tvr.qp T Thart t1 .p f f Ir. Martin, "Who Had Been Attacked by the JSew Eampshire Republican, Character irodHim as a "Snrzard" r. Roach, Also Assailed, Refrained from Reply Specta tors Arrested and the Galleries in Tumult The Senate chamber was the scene of an extraordinary demonstration at the session last night, beginning with sensa tional speeches and culminating with an exchange of personal epithets almost with out parallel in the history of the Senate. Mr Chandler personally arraigned many Democratic Senators. Mr Hill responded, charac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 March 1895

TJ3E WASHVDSrGTOIsr TIMES, JTRIPATa MAUCH 1, 1695. HATS- THEIR WORTH IS DOUBLE THEIR PRICE. Henry Franc 61 Son, Cor. Seventh and D Sts. -$1.19. Oi We Are Open and in Full Blast, THE HEW STORE IS HOW A PART OF WASHINGTON. Yesterday morning we opened our doors to the residents of this city and adjoining territory. Our success was instantaneous. People appre ciate and recognize merit For the cordial reception tendered the new con cern, and take this opportunity to assure all that their confidence will not be abused. We are old in experience BUT .New m ideas, New in our system of easy payments, New in the freshness, variety, and ex cellence of our stock. Being old in experience we know that IT PAYS to represent truthfully -lieuce WE GUAR ANTEE EVERYTHING AS REPRESENTED. No house In the District displays a more varied, hand somer, or better selected stock of Furniture, Carpets, and HousefurnlshlRgs Generally than Is now exhibited under this roof OUR LIB ERAL SYSTEM OF EASY PAYMENTS is ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 March 1895

". ,ji- ,,'?-'-,fiWwi4fisg THE WASrfiSfeTOk'- TIMES, FRIDAY, -M-ABGH 1, jl$95. TOE SALE-REAL ESTATE. PflinB'i Da fir i ft to I fi E ?J cli fel Fiji K i fi I s Vk yyEloO a til fl Lului On the Grand Electric Boulevard. A most attractive delightful, una convenient location for a home Sixteen ininutes'-rido on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Eleven trains dr.uy each tray. Six cents fare. PRACTICALLY WITHIN THE CITY, so Jar as time and car" fare arc concerned. WHY FAY" KENT when you can buy n home slto ia this lovoly suburb Et Slior wook tinder such favorable ndiah tigos. Friee3, $100 per lot and upwards. This J3 ! ot a now and uninhabited subdivision, but ibalrmdy well Bottled; and bids fair to become ti.e cbon-eat residence suburb around tho Na tiju'sCapitnL Johnson & Agnew Real Estate and Loans. V. ASHLNGTON LOAN AND TRUST BUILDING AUCTION SALES. TO BUY, SELL OH EXCHANGE A HORSE, CARRIAGE or HARNESS, CALL AT Horse and Carriage Bazaar, 940 LOUIblAXA AVENUE. The Lareest Stock of CA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 March 1895

. 4 . H'' THE 'WSnrNGrTON TIMES, FRIDAY, MAB0H- 1, 1895. The Washington Times (EVERT DAY IN THE YEAE.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EOCTHWEST C01U.EK rEMSVLYANU AVEJ.CE AND Tenth fcraEEr Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S0, Business Office, 537. Price, Dally Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition.. Throo Conts. r""" By the month .. Thlrty-Hvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. MARCH 1, 1895. Subscribers to Thc Tiroes" -will confer a InTor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of dutj on the part of tho carriers. Complaints other b Trail or in person w ill rcccio crompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all rarts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. ORGANIZATION IS NECESSARY. Judging irom present appearances, cor porative influence will make trouble for this country durine the next two icars. Both tho administration and Senate nro controlled by syndicate corporationsfN,nnd if the next House can be handled by lob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 March 1895

t-r-, t jr" - TELE TVASHnST&Tpy TIMES, FETOAT, MARCH 1, 1895. SOLUM SOCIAL PROBLEMS EYERY ONE AFTER k TOP , -i r MOSES'. Friday, march 1, lsnx ANOTHER NEW SEASON1 Spring brines with. St lota of homo 6iiggcslona. We may bo able tohelpyou In mnny Important par ticulars. Consult us freely. See yourself! Get a good glass if you liaveu't one al ready. We've just stocked up with as pretty a lot of big, me dium, aud little mirrors as any store lias ever shown. And now that thej're correctly displayed we'd like .you to see them. A specially good value is this: Large French Bevel Plate Mirror, 18by40 inches in size, with heavy 4-Inch bolid oak frame; heretofore'' 48, at present AND SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22d St., near M. m c t ------- Our mill Is always grinding out good things for the people our patrons. ALWAYS wide awake. No opportunity is al lowed to passthat would In any manner tend to make a custo mer. ONCEMADE wehave no difficulty In holding them. These price...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 March 1895

THEASHIlNraTOf TSTIES, ERIDAY, ARCHaylSOo. ? ONLY TWO More of the REMODELING SALE DISCOUNTS, but until clos ing time Saturday night you can take your choice of all. Men's Suits at 1 -4 to 1 -2 Off Regular Prices. " Overcoats 1 -4 to 1 -2 Off Regular Pxices. " Separate Pants 1 -4 to 1 -2 Off Regular Prices. Boy's Long Pants Suits 1 -4 to 1 -2 Off Regular Prices. Children's Suits 1-4 Off Regular Prices. " Overcoats 1-3 Off Regular Prices " Reefers 1-3 Off Regular Prices. All Fancy Neckwear 1-2 Off Regular Prices. " Remember, until Saturday nightpnl So don't delay. Come to-day if you can. Robinson. ChBr Co TWELFTH AND F STS. I It's Mighty Conveniens: j To Buy On To be able to go to a store, order what you want, and pay for It when youwarjt. You can do that here. We'd be glad to open an account with you and supply all your Furniture, Carpet, Wall Paper, Drapery, and Upholstery wants on this plan. Our CREDIT system stands alone none like It In town. The prices we aslc for credit are the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 March 1895

Pp3p tl -" "?v "w -'4rJF'"''?T SE-SSpSPFS-" 'p-'J24 ',??'4'','i5iK-3 'iw5-i.nfl -,-? r w3wnpjBj3p3a-www-' ..qjtt-T-j-fc-. rp (So cmb 33mj CEiptop. fLop. TOL. 1. 20. 34.S. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MOllNXNG, MARCH 2, 1895 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT- Jist Glance i bio in " T"ajjrnr"Brwffl r"it' ijnx-"? -. TIMES SCORES GROUND MO PEP OVER THESE Features, Hex of the xew Goxchess Portraits nnd bright biographies of fifty or more of tho mora prominent members of tho new House of Representatives. Eixbs Osbobk's Fashios Gossir (Illus trated) The newest, brightest, and beat of all mode discussions. Helek Gouxn's Weodisq (Illustrated) How a girl with SH.OOD.OOO will bo married The ceremony takes place Monday, and the article Is particularly timely. Sibt Dascing (Illustrated) Why it is more jiopular than tho ballet, and how tho art is acquired. Aiur the 2vew Wouax Metropolitan gossip of a personal character. Local Peatuees Gjnr, Caputs Washington has three com panies who go through military evolution...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 March 1895

THE WASHTJTOTOIsr TIMES, SATUEDAY, MABCH 2, 1895. r2L A Henry'Franc & Son, Cor. Seventh and D Sts. N. W. i Wasfie i. Williams, Gar. 7th and D Sts. N. W, Spring is here. We are ready for all that it means. Wise shoppers are making- their pur chases now. Housefur nishings were never so handsome; never s o cheap; never would a lit tle money go so far as to-day. Under one roof we furnish everything in FURNITURE, everything in BEDDING, everything in CARPETS, everything in RUGS, everything in DRAPERIES. For to-day only we offer several odd lots of Che nille and Lace Curtains, slightly soiled, as follows: Two Ptr Chenille i'crtiores, color C") C C Olive; WfreRfiO. 5ow 4Z..VJ J One Pair Chenille rortleres, color QT O PZ PJ Varoel; -wore S4.&0 Now 45J-J Two Pah- Irish Point Iaco Cur- (P CH tain, Ertu; wereST.W. tt." Pt"-'" Elorcw Falr?tinsliam Lace Cur teiut, -wtfte; were $1 S5. So. Six Pair Xutti lisliam I a-e Curtains, lcra; wweiH.W. Xow SeviePatrJCettlHgnam Laco Cur tains, Ecru; -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 March 1895

fS?f,'fv sg--WV"" the wAsnnsraToi tdois, Saturday, march 2, isos. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. On the Grand Electric Boulevard. A most attractive, delightful, and convenient loation f or a noma Sixteen minutes", ride on 4 tie Baltimore nnd Ohio Railroad. Elevon trains da.ly each way Six cents fare. PRACTICALLY WITHIN THE CITY, so far as time and car Jam are concerned. WHY' I'AY RENT when you um buy a home slto in this lovely suburb at irlpor wook under sr.ch. favorablo adias ta -os. Piies, S1GQ per lot and upwards. This Is no' a now and uninhabited subdivision, but is already well sottlod, and bids fair to become the Aoicest residence suburb around the Xa tlou 3 Capital. dohnson & Agnew Real Estate and Loans, "WASHINGTON LOAN AND TKUST BUILDIN G AUCTION SALES. " O. SLOAN, Auctioneer. TJ.I STEES SALE OF VALUABLE PROP ERTY IN COUNTY OP -WASHINGTON, D. C, IN BARRY FARM SUB DIVISION. Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust to us, dat J thf Ui dav of January, A. D. 193, du rot ordid in If fop ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 March 1895

f!- - K- ' 4 THE -WASinaTQJi TIMES, SATUKDAYj, MARCH 2, 1895. tfSTKj- "-U ' The Washington Times (Eveky Day in the Year.) QM7CED AXD ISSUED BY The Kashingttm Times Company TIMES BDILD1XG. EdTHWEST COKMSK Pennsylvania avenue and Tenth Street. Tolopliono Editorial Booms, 4S0, Business Office, 337. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho month..... .. Thtrty-flvo Ccnta. WASHINGTON. D. O.. MARCH 2. 1895. Subscriber!, 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 rail or in rcrson win receive irompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 c'clock ca'ch morning, including Sunday. STBEIT RAILWAY LEGISLATION. Tho recommendation of tho Commis sioners that tho Columbia Railway Company bo granted au extension west to Twenty seventh s-treet ly way or renasylvauia ave nue, Sovouteentb, and F aud G streets, and that the Washington...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 March 1895

"" -v5BtOT- afiJfrjjM"??' -tt - THE "WASHING-TON TIMES,' SATXJUD AT, MABCH 2, 1895. HYPNOTIZED BY THE TOPS JUST HELP 4-3t v " V"v t.W'r'- Wf-PiJSt MOSES'. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1693. Oak Rockers 10 Polish finish. Carved backs, spring seats. Covered in Silk Tapestiy or Broca telle. A "better, far better, value than the $2.75 Rocker on which we've had such an extended run, "although it looks something like it. Worth easily $4.50. Also in Mahogany finish. AND SONS. F and 11th Streets. Slorago Warehouses, 22dSt, nurll. &G23-G2&-(& --& -&-&&--& V 9 0 Our mill Is always erindlns i out good things for the people y our patrons. ALWAYS wide Q awake. No opportunity is al- - lowed to pass that would in any manner tend to make acusto- mer. ONCE MADE wehave no difficulty In holding: them. V These prices are another indl- ft cation of our progressiveness. a Fresh fish of all kinds daily. Y Fresh Pork, per lb 7 l-2c f Beef Liver, per pound 5c 3 1-2 lbs- Lard 25c n Trip...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 March 1895

v,v?rr ??? J jc inrr';,'sswEs,r" , & " cwir THE WASHIlSTGrTO TIMES, SATURDAY, ISIABCII 2, 1S95. ft Only One Day. ' l" MCT More of the REMODELING SALE DIS COUNTS, but until we close to-night you can take your choice of all Men's Suits, - - - -Men's Overcoats, - - Men's Separate Pants, Boys' Long Pants Suits, Children's Suits, - - -Children's Shirtwaists. All Short Pants, - - -Children's Overcoats, Children's Reefers, - All Fancy Neckwear 1-2 Off Regular Prices. Until closing time to-night only. Bet ter not miss it. Robinson, Cheryl Co. TWELFTH AND F STS. It Suits US I I Whichever Suits. You- g We're Equally Satisfied Whether You Buy for Cash or On Credit THE JULIUS LANSBURGH Agcnc for the Celebrated THOUSANDS Fufnitun ssspF'p fjfijisr 39 OF MEN In this city and surrounding country are enlisted In our service. They are advertising the really remarkable values that this popular store Is offering to the public, FOR THEY BOUGHT. This great living, walking, publ'city-maklng army will ...

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