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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TTJMES, TUESDAY, MAJiCJl 5, 1S95. A31USE3IENT3. GOUNOD'S Redemption Reserved Seats, 50 and75 cents and $1, at Droop & Sons'. AMUSEMENTS. FiETZEROTT'S TS MARCH 14 LECTUKE BV REV. D.J. STAITOUD. D. D. Subject: DICKENS HIS POWER AND PATHOS. BENEFIT OF CARROLL INSTITUTE. Tickets. 50 cents; reserved seats, 75 cents. Sale opens at 31 etzorott's March 7 mr5-l it X'EV. NATIONAL THEATER. X la ery Evening and Saturday Matinee. MR. AND MRS. KENDAL. Tonight, Wednesday, and Thursday LADY CLAN t ARTY'. Friday-A LEADER OF MEN. hnt.irday Matiuoe THE SECOND MRS. 'J .N2l ERAY Saturfar A WHITE LIE Next Week SOL SM11 H 111 SSELL mr3-7t KERNOTS LYC3UM THEATER. All this week. "Return of the Fa'v orites." Russell Brothers' COMEDIANS. 10 Feature Acts 10 Nest Weok Robt Fitzsiminons and his own" company h G i RAXD OPERA HOUSE, T Edward n Allen, Mnnagor. Ere. at a Wed. and Sat .Mat ntr. THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY. As prodnced by T nenry French at the imenian Theater. Now York. Next "Woek LILLIAN...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY,- tAECH 5, 1895. The Washington Times (EVEllV DAT JN THE TEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tlic Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. SorrnwEsr COKXEK Pexxsvlvasia avexce and TEKTU STUEET Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S5, Business Office, 33T. Trice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition .. .. Three Cents. By Uie month Thlrty-flve,ata. WAS II1NGTON, D. C MARCH 5, 1895. :ubcrihcr to "The Timet." v ill confer a favor by promptlj reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neslcct of duty on tLc pan of the carriers. Complaints cither by nail or in person 'will receive rrompr attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts or the cltj- by O:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. WILL THE NEXT CONGRESS DO BETTEB! I alike nny Congress since war times the late national body was entirely controlled by sc libera influence, so far as methods, ma chinery, nnd committee work were con cerned. The House committees were organ ised by Speaker Crisp, a Southern man, w...

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

re Mr.aW9sjeiifei99:.!S' THE WASHWGrTOiSr TTM"RS, TTTESDAT, INfATjnTT s, i9Q MOSES'. TUESDAY. MARCH 5, 1635. Window Shades, PUT UP. All Iriiids of Shades all colors and sizes that have been until receiit ry $.oo and $1.25 each. A truly remarkable price which it is best to take advantage of earl', before they're all sold. m If altering Is necessary nn additional charge of 10 cents will bo made. !? MOSES s B. SONS. F and Ilth Streets. Storage 'Warehouses, 2dSt, near M. SEE THIS? (Read It.) Are you jzettlng: ready to buy some Furniture and Carpets? Does It worry you to think how you can spare the money to pay for them? We'll tell you of an easy way: Come up here and promise us that you will pay a little something each week or each month and we will tell you that Your Credit s Good For a whole HOUSEFUL or Fur niture. We don't have "Reduc tion" sales and "Discount" sales to get rid of antiquated styles. Our Furniture doesn't stay here Ions enough to get DUSTY. Our credit prices are as lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 March 1895

-sr.-T"-?-V THE WASHEtfGTOJISF 'TIMES, TXJESBAY-, MARCH 5. 1895, 6 The Sale of MEN'S and YOUTHS5 CUTAWAY and SACK SUITS at Y2 PRICE will end TO-NIGHT, Don't Miss It. Robinson, Cliery & Co., 12th and F Sts. At "Tony" Banquets you'll And about OT Knox" Ilata to the hundred. The 45 bill meets its match In 6tyle and durability. Thoso men who do not car to par $5 will And Youne's Sow York Hats ahead of any under the Knor. :jnnK colors and black. B. H. STINEMETZ & SON, 1237 Pennsylvania Ave. fe25-d,exsun,lmo es-oo- &&-&-&-&-& - RY :l Our 15 CENT LUNCHl next tlmo you're in the" nelRhborhood. "We'll X make things agreeable" w and giro you a meal that J will ploase your fancy if excellent food, prop-: V erly cooked can tempt; Q you. : WALSH'S, Noonday Lunch. TvTostto ews Office. o&-&-&-&- ---- 20 Per Cent. Off GAS HEATING STOVES. 20 per -nt off To close out tho Lal 2 ) per cent, off ance of our 6tock of Gas 20 percent off Heating Stoves wo aro ...

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

i.iJjL.iii, J .l-JjMj.JIWW.i , a-t -"izrJe$:i HEWA (go cmb Buy CEtp-top Cop. Washington, d. c, Wednesday mobest-St, iiauch 6, is95 six pages. ONE CENT. TOL. 1. aO. 352. 1BERBILT IS IE SILVER UDSIBIIV II I Bimetallic League Begins the Propaganda for a Hew Party. Obtains Absolute Divorce from Her Millionaire Husband. A SURPRISE TO EVERYBODY AN ADDKESS TO THE PEOPLE PBPSSSWiw! TIUS No Improvement of Prevailing Conditions Possible Under the Present Monetary Sys tem Only Salvation in the Double Stand ard The Pennsylvania ex-Congressman Merely Suggested, Not Nominated. Tho American Bimetallic League yester day issued an address from this city to the Aiucm an people, urging the formation of a new party with the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 1G to 1 as its cardinal tcnot, and suggesting Joseph C, Biblcv, of Pennsylvania, for the nomina tion for President In 1896. The address is preceded t)y a declaration of the well blown principles or the league. The address starts o...

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

THE WASHnSTOTOiN" TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1895. mob tell: Recorder of Deeds Put Upon the Stand in the Libel Case. PURSUED BY I'LACE-tiUXTERS Ho Resigned from Still's Bureau and '.Wrote His friends to Pay Ho Political Assess ments Denies All Charges of Immorality and Brings a Doctor to Selu o the Story About Miss Garrett. Chase an Enemy. Recorder Taylor, testifying In the libel suit against "William C. Chase, said yester day that, while he hail only thirly-oiio po sitions In his office, there wore 1.127 ap plicants for places under him. Ho had made only thirteen appointments, Eovon white persons and six colored. Ho had never accepted a conC for mailing an ap ponitniont. and had never-made a political assessment. Indeed, when ho learned that Mr. Still's bureau was making assessments lie resigned his connection with it. He hnt a circular letter "to one colored man in each depart ment, advising them not to pay any assess ment to any man, white or colored. He was interested in sonic s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 March 1895

THE WASHIN"GrTO:cT TIMES, WEDISTESDAY SEARCH 6, 1895. 3 AMDSEHENTS. GOUNOD'S The. e & w Reserved Seats, 50 and 75 cents and $1, at Droop & Sons'. AMUSEMENTS. VEW NATIONAL THEATER. J. Every Evening and Saturday Matlneo. MR. AND MRS. KENDAL. To-night and Thursdav Nights lADY CI M'AKTY. Friday-(Hy ro ;uest) A SCRAP Or PAPER. Saturday Matinee THE SECOND SIR.- TANOUEHAY. Saturday A WHITE LIE. Next oek SuL SMITH HI SSELL. inr3-7t CRAND OPERA ROUSE, J Edward n. Allen, Manager. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2. THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY. As produced by T Henry Trench at tho American Theater. Now York. Next Week LILLIAN RUSSELL. Trll-N.'NS LYCEUM THEATER. AU this XV week. 'Hoturu of the Favorites." Russell Brothers' COMEDIANS. 10 Feature Acts 10 Next Week Robt. Fitzslmmons with Julian's Specialty Company. METZERQTT'S TEtS MARCH 14 LECTURE BY REV. D. J. STAFFORD, D. D. Subject BICKENS-HIS POWER AND PATHOS. BENEFIT OF CARROLL INSTITUTE Tickets, BO cents; reservod seats, To cents. Bale opens at M otzero...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAItCH 6, 1895. The Washington Times (IJVERT DAT IS THE YEAR.) , ' ' OWED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. StiunmnsT Coiis-ek Tennsvlvjiku, Ji.VE.sTE axd TEMTI STREET. ' Telephone Editorial Kooros, 4SG, Business Offlcc, S37. Trieo, Dnlly Edition ,....Oae Cent Sunday Edition Threo Cents. By tho month - Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. MAKCII C, 1S95. Subscriber to "The Times" t ill confer a favor by promptl reporting any discour tcsjof collectors, or ncslcc: of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by n ail or in person Mill receive rrompt attention- Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 6:30 o'cloctv each rooming, including Sunday. AKOIHEE MONOPOLY DEAD. It is a source of satisfaction to know that tho Bell telephone monopoly has finally been beaten In the Supremo Court, and that tho patents with which it has been robbing tho public bavo been declared invalid. Every dollar used in expensive...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 March 1895

& qp THE WASBrHSTGTOK TrtfUJS. WFDlSrESDAY, MAT10H 0, 1805. MOSES'. WEDNESDAY, MARCH C, 1BU3. Our White and Brass Beds are big leaders at the prices we quote. When 3'ou consider thefact that we give a fine woven wire mat tress with the beds, the''re cheaper than any Wlr.te and Brass Beds sold in Washing- mgton. White Bed with brass rods at the head mid foot-full size worth Sin, for 812 50. Bods without tho brass rods lull Size worth 510.50, forSS.50. Smaller size Beds at proportionate prices. White and Gold Dressor, with level plate mirror, very pretty. Worth 18.00 for $13.50. Wasbstand to match, with Iplashor hat. Worth 8, for $G CO. w. B. AND SONS, F and Iltli Streets. Storage Warehousos, 22dt., noarM. Read It.) Are you petting ready to buy some Furniture and Carpets? Does It worry you to think how you can spare the money to pay for them? We'll tell you of an easy way: Come up here and promise us that you will pay a little something each week or each month and we will tell you...

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

e THIS WASHUSTGTOIT TIMES, WETWEF:DAY, MABOH 6, 1895. Our $3.00 . Derby Hat is equal to the Best Derby made, no matter what the price. Spring Styles now ready. obinson. Cliery & Coo? 12th and F Sts. 20 Per Cent. Off GAS HEATING STOVES. jWporcont, off To close out tho lal 2J per cent, off anee ol our t-tpok of Gas 20por cent off Heating Moies wo are 20 per rrnt off otloring them at 29 por 20 per cent off cent, offinarted pii.-es. " percent, off Our nil -es have always 20 per cent, off been the lowest In the 20 per cent, off city quality conaid 20 pnr cout. off cvd and whon wo cut 20 per cent, off tho price 20 por cent. 20 pnr cent, off others are simply 20 per rent, off "uowod under." Adcl 20 per rout off-lar a worth for eighty 20 percent, off cents. Gas Appliance Exchange, 14-28 New York Ave. FULL DRESS SUITS For Hire At Reasonable Rates, 621 Fenna. Ave. N. W. degS-3ni HYGinXjC-IIEALTniTIi. THE HAHJJEST HIE BbST. MADE I PL JtEM'lUNO WATER. Telepboue4. Office 14SS F at. n.w HahiQ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 March 1895

E WASHINGTON TIM (Bo anb 33utj (Ltpior flop. VOL. 1. -NO. 353. washgstgtcxn", d. c, Thursday mokntnig-, mahch t, 1S95 six pages. OiTJE GENT. TH HUM) B&1SE0 CHECKS Argentine Minister Zeballos Rob bed by His Clerk. EMBEZZLED MORE THAN 3,000 Detectives "Were Summoned to the Legation and Placed the Accused Under Arrest Almagro Lost Money Belonging to the Minister and Tried to Kate It Up by Gambling at Jackson City Lost Heavily. The dens of thievery at Jackson City, Much cluster about the outlaw Alexander Maud race track like guardian angels, and an commonly designated as "gambling lulls, ' are responsible for the downfall yesterday of another man, who had hitherto borne an excellent reputation for probity and honesty. About 4-30 o'clock yesterday evening Inspector Ilolllnberger, acting upon orders from District Attorney Birney, instructed Detectives AVeedon and Lacey to proceed to the legation of the Argentine Republic, No. 1603 Massachusetts avenue northwest, and place under arrest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIStES, THUESDAX, MARCH 7, X895. J I Z T WORTHY THE NAME TWICE WORTHY THE PRICE. jlM Q I -- J-X. X VJ? Henry Franc St. Son, Cor. Seventh and D Sts. N. W. CTpl.l y 1 iaMgBgMM..Miiwiiiiiyii imiiiiiiiiiiiiwav'T' m , ,j,,M , M l g m i hjjmijJ giMiMa mamsBBBma 1 YliilHC MPTIffi fffii STILL ABUSfflG THE JEWS 1M1FF III I1T1M shrbw wn.L be prosbbhtrd raggx 9 - c a M B""" uttl nolo buiimi HlfrlalibL m iKLi iSuEIIOffi Wfr ilfe B 4T H ET iT E i7 11 IS ill . n h "fca. B U R B M 9 H B U tf K5 JSI 111 I V J L I 1 1 B J? I i f 83 pnB) u uicuiiuHtia ui uuyui a Li.dL viBimu uui tj&Liiuii&iiuitsiii. ifst of the throngs of buyers that visited our establishment the past three days, taking advantage of our phenomenal offer of special bargains, would convince the most skepti cal that we do all we advertise. We are never out of any advertised article. It is our purpose only to cive you some Idea of the equally low prices that prevail throughout our entire establishment. Ourstockisco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 March 1895

THE WASHEtfOTOJST TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1895. y t- AMUSEMENTS. VEW NATIONAL THEATER x Lvery Evening and Saturday Matinoo. MR. AND MRS. KENDAL. To-night and Thursday Nights LADY CLAM AKTY. Friday (By isiuost) A SCRAP OF PAP1 R- SRtjrday Matmeo THE SECOND 2111 TANil'ERAY Saturday A WHITE LIE. Nest V cek-SOL SMITH BL'SSELL rar3-7t K TEW NATIONAL NEXT WEEK. Sale Opens To-morrow Morning tor "M. n Tnos . Eves -ana Wednesday Mat- TV a '.'ul alley, Med. and Thura Evenings TLe iu r-at-Lavr, Friday and Saturday Le. and SaturJ. y Mat. A Poor isolation. iur7-lt i BAND OPLBA HOI' E. vJf Ldward II. Allen, Manager. WEEK. OF MAKCn 11. LILLIAN RUSSELL OPERA CX)MPANY, Under the management of ABBEY, SCHOEFFEL, AND GRAU. MONDAY I I A 'IUDAY J -'" ?nEfST PERICHOLE THE GRAND DUCHESS FnmAY. SATl RDAY -MATINEE. SATLItDAY NIGHT. Seal6 now on sale. Prices $2, LOT, and SL nu7-St "TirETZEHOTT MUSIC HALL. TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT FOB GEORGE D. BAHEN, The injured half-hack of the football team of Georgetown Vnlve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 March 1895

THE WASniNGTOy TIMES, THUHSDAY, MAECH, 7, 1895. The Washington Times (EvEiir Dav in the Yeah.) ' OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Eocrnwnsr CoityEi; I'enxstltaSU Avesce and Textu Stoeet. Tclopbono Editorial Kooms, 4SG, Business Ofllco, S3?. Ixlco, Dally Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month - Thlrty-flve Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. 0.. MARCH 7, 1895. Subscribers, to "The Tiroes" vill confer a foTor by promptly reporting any discour icsy of collectors, or neglect of duty on Ibc part of the carriers. Complaints either by nail or in person a ill receive rrompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts or the city by 0:30 o'clock each tnorninz, including Stinduv. WASTING INSTEAD OF SAVING. ' Among the items ol nonny-wise, pound ioolisb legislation with which the Fifty-third Congress is chargeable, is ono the effects ol which will bo felt in more directions than one. Owing to the failure to appropriate money for continuing work at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 March 1895

THE "WASHINGTOIT TIMES, TUTXRSDAT", MAKCH 7, 1S95. MOSES' THURSDAY, MAP.Cn 7, 16M. - The new Overstuffed Parlor Suites are comiug in now Fiue Suites li a n d -somer suits more moderately priced suites than in any past season. Fancy Parlor Pieces are arriving with them fan cy pieces that well merit be ing called art pieces. Some of the new Frame Suites and Couches are ex pected along b3' Tuesday. There'll be some values among them that'll surprise you. Maybe 3'ou've seen the advertisement of those $2.65 India Seats of ours in the mag azines. They're values the whole county should know of. You'll notice a big change next time you visit our Parlor Furniture Depart ment. It has all been remod eled uewl' papered and painted making it one of the most attractive depart ments in our store. W. B. OSES AND SONS. F and llth Streets. Storage "Warehouses, dSt., noarM. SEE THIS? (Read It.) Are you getting ready to buy some Furniture and Carpets? Does it worry you to think how you can spare the mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 March 1895

5S555555!!I ,. pjT--AW tttt?, watti'WOT rrrfi. prrTrT?o,-nAY? VtAT?CH 7, 1895. SPRING OYERCOATS. The proper sort at proper prices are HERB. An abundance of them. Covert Coats, Medium and Long Overcoats, and many new and original shapes, more than any one else can show. All prices $10 np, and eve one guaranteed to be the best value for the price obtainable aiwhere. Robinson, Chery &. Co. Clothes, TWELFTH AND F STS. Furnishings, Hats. keplihg mcomd Revealed in All His Impenetra bility to a Reporter's Gaze. HOW HE LOOKS, WALKS, TALKS Tor His Peace of Mind He MuBt, He Declares, Kate Himself Inaccessible to the Public He Has a Small Army of Outposts to Keep Off All Who Would Dare to Intrudo Kast Not Be Interviewed. "Were Mr. Rudyard Kipling concealed TvJthlu tnc imjwnetnfble thickets of the dimsle.ivliich he has immortalized Trith his pen JieTvould not be more inaccessible to the interviewer than he is wltlun his luxurious apartments at the Grafton in this city. Almost every penius a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 March 1895

-v-i-vSr 2 ."-," SB'S , C v" ?v -r-w -ti t-eg&rr THE WASH o cmb Buy Eiptop. Co VOL. 1. !NX. 354. waseugstgtOuST, d. a, fkxday xouisrrN-a, maech 8, is95 six pages. 02tfE CEXT. POLICE SID LITTLE &H EOiTOB en liidj Mrs. Sterzlnger's Pretty Daugh ter Was Rescued in Time. Grand Jury Finds That He Has Libeled Frank 8. Noyes. BROUGHT HERE FROM CANADA PKESS ASSOCIATIONS FIGHT .jt wv 4 T mm TIMES She Came -with "Prof. Xovingheart" and HiB "Wife" He Wanted Her to Act as a Companion, but His Peculiar Actions Led Her to Fear Eim Chief of Police of Calvary Wants Her Held for Her Parent "I nm fo glad you are going to return me to mj mamma." Tbef-e words, full of pathos and childlike meaning, were spoken to Inspector Louis H Hollinberger by pretty Anna Sterzinger, a little German girl, fourteen 3 ears of age, last evemnir, as she cat in the inspector's office at police headquarters. Detective Mancc Quiulan, of tbe inspector's staff, has been looking high and low for Anna since February 24,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 March 1895

THE WASHHSTGTO TIMES, EJ1IDAX, 1MAECH 8, 1895- KING'S Beating Price Records. To-day and To-morrow Our doors will agfain swing open to the people of Washington and those from a distance to walk in and take control of the store and pick bargains which will t, be even lower than you would have the courage to expect. Every dollar's worth of goods here men tioned must be sold as fast as we can wrap it up. Read this, then come and investigate. We are now displaying- all the latest styles in Spring Millinery and Wraps. SEPARATE SKIRTS. $ 1 0 Crepon Skirt $4.98. CRBPON Cloth Skirts orpin pleat back haircloth lined throughout; full 4 Hi yards wide; nil sizes, all lengths; regularly sold forJlO.OO. Only $4.93 $12 Satin Skirt $7.98. Very fluo quality Satin Skirts, organ ploat backs; full i. yards wido; linir cloth lined throughout; actual -worth. SJ2.80. Only. S7-9S $12 Silk Skirt $6.98. Beautiful flsurod Taffeta Silk Skirts. 4HS yards wide, haircloth lined fre q throughout Splondid value at D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 March 1895

THE WASHHSTGTOjST TIMES, EEIDAY, MABCH 8, 1895. AMUSEMENTS. TXEW NATIONAL. XEXT WEEK. SOL SMITH MSSELL Men, Tups. Evcb. and Wed. Mat Peaceful Valley; Wed. nnd Thura Evenings The llelr-at-La. Friday and Saturday Eve. and Saturday Mat A Poor Relation. inr7-lt Ct HAND OPEKA HOUSE. J Edward 11. Allen, Malinger. Sunday Evening, March 10. SOUSA'S age Seats now on snle. Prices, 1, 75c, 50c. and 23a mrS-3t TVJEW NATIONAL THEATER. J. Every Evening and Saturday Matinee. Mlt. AND .MRS. KENDAL. To-night (By request) A SCRAP OP TAPEU. Saturday Matinee THE SECOND MKS. TANUERAT. Saturday A WHITE LIE. Next Woek-SuL SMITH RUSSELL. Q.RAND OPEKA HOUSE. X Edward U. Allen, Manager. WEEK OP MARCH 11. LILLIAN RUSSELL OPERA COMPANY. T'udor the management of ABBEY, SCliOEFFEL, AND GHAU. MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY LA PERICHOLE THURSDAY I THE GRAND I DUCHESS J FRIDAY. SATCHDAT MATINEE SATURDAY NIGHT. Seats now on sale. Prices Si, $LD0, and SI. mr7-3t Ct 1UND OPEKA HOUSE, X Fdward II. Alien, Managor. Evening at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 March 1895

.?.,-V- THE ASHIaTOT TI3IES, FRIDAY, MAECH S, 1895. The WaslTinciton Times (Evert Day is the Yeas.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY - ' ' The. Washington Times- Company - TIMES BUILDING. ECCTHWEST COKSEll rEXXSYLVAMA AVENUE and Tektu Street. Tclophone Editorial Rooms, 4S0, Business Office, 337. Trice, Dally Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition.. Throe Cents. By tho month .. TWrty-flTO Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 8, 1895. Subscribers, to "The Times" -will confer a Javor bv promptly reporting any discour tcsy of collectors, or ncslcct of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by Trail or in person "nill receive rrompt attention. Papers should bo de livered to all parts of tho city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Tho majority and the minority of the late House Committee on Appropriations are putting themselves to a great deal of un necessary trouble with compilations of tho amounts appropriated by the Fifty-third Congress in order to make a compar...

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