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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 March 1895

T3XE WASILW&TOM' TIMES, FRIDAY, MABCH 8, 1895. MOSES'. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1803. a Ever sold is tlie one we "have at present. Either in antique oak or mahogany finish. Has very pretty frame, with i8x4o-inch French bevel plate glass. The lowest price in the world is $it-75 and that's our price which no competi tor at present may hope to quote. You'll like the glass better when you see it. M AND SONS. F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, 2d St, near M. SEE THIS? (Read It.) Are you prettlng 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 our Is Good For awhole HOUSEFULof Fur niture. We don't have "Reduc tion" sales and "Discount" sales to get rid of antiquated styles. Our Furniture doesn't stay here long enough to get DUSTY. Our credit prices are as low as any cash prices in...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 March 1895

3r , V " V"" t THE WASHESTGrTOiSr TIMES, BIDAX, 3IABCH 8, 1895. Of good thingsjh'efin spring CLOTHSH and FURNISHltiGSfor MEN and BOYS. See our line of DE JOINVILLE Scarfs, the swell tie of the swell dressers. We have a lot at 50 CENTS that are all silk and will not pull. Rich, handsome colors. Better value than most $1.00 ones you'll see elsewhere. ROBINSON, GHERY & GO, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. Twelfth and F Sts. 20 Per Cent. Off GAS HEATING STOVES. JO per cent off To close out tho tal 30 por eent. off ance of our stock of Gas 90 per com off Heating Moves wo aro 30 percent off otlering them at Super 30 por cent off cent, off marked pri'-es 23 percent off Our pii'os havo always 30 por cent off been tho lowest In tho SO per cent off cm tjualit y consid l per cent, off ered and when io cut 20 per cent off the pruo 20 por cent 98 per cout off others are simply 29 jer cent off "suow ed under " A dol- 30 per cent off lar a worth for eighty 30 percent off cents. Gas Appliance Exchan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 March 1895

"-vj. 'tfnjs Zfrisffz&ffr ?Hg?p53iir -K-s-,iS'2""'s:?'w,?i rfB 'WetwsJpswjS!-'' HE WAS o anb Buy (Lip-top (Lop WASHESr'GKr02r, D. C, SATURDAY MORSTDtfGr, lARCH 9, 1895 SIX PAGOES. TOL. 1. -3S"0. 355. oxjb ce:js"t. wm wm is m Guilty of Murder Was the Ver dict of the Jury. TUNIERS FREELY BLED Sensational Disclosures Regard ing Jersey's State House. HE DID X0T CHANGE COLOR STEALING RIGHT AND LEFT vtSTX-TVCfc-" "V OTifW''1'-' ni w wik t m v I JLJLJLX1 JL VJL 1 TIMES Handsome Furniture Carted Away from the Bnildine and Cheap Stuff Substituted at Exorbitant Prices Hundred Per Cent. Profit Charged by a Druggist Who Sent Champaign o to the State House Trenton, N. J., March 8. The senate investigation of the management of the state house under Supt. Ford was re sumed to-day. Samuel Dickinson, a druggist of this city, testified that he furnished a lot of soap, baskets, and "brushes for Supt, Ford which cost him $433.10. He charged the State for the goods $735.55. He sent out of generosity...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 March 1895

THE WASHrSTGTOlSr TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1895. m jnu w me???; jnagCTraMpaM ' tii rTre?. am u idHW-r-TOTy.aawffiHwfflaj Henry Franc & Son, Cor. Seventh and D Sts. N. W. aaagMaiii'iJMiWiaBgi HATS TI THEIR WORTH IS DOUBLE THEIR unz.i,m:-"H- -i-t wtf3nw lch n.'.nrmwa IIW 1H bOffiSH Central Union Mission's Method of Evangelizing Washington. . FACTS IN THE ANNUAL REPORT The Sinful Hnltitndo Is Not Esrectcd to Beet Salvation The Mission Worto in the Highways and Byways Less Than a Dozen Mon Started the Great "Work Ef fort to Melee It National. "It Ib tweleas toslt between the four walls ofadwrali and esioct tlte sinful multi tude flock In and Iks saved. There Mt such a IhiHg us business enteriirlse and tliere is such a ttaiug as religious enterprise." Titeae statements are embodied iu the teutb I amwal report of the Central Uufen'ilisstoiL, just tented, and it is further ttsterted tlwt it te UmU Nirit of religious enterprise which j lias rateed lite orgaufzatiou to its present liigl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 March 1895

Mpes?-! THE WASHEN'GrTOIN" TOIES, SATUKDAX, 1IAKCH 9, 1805. 3 AMUSEMENTS. "VI W NATIONAL. - - - - SEXT WEEK. SOL SMITH RUSSELL Men., Tues. Fves. and Wed. Mat Peaceful alley; Wed. and Tbure Evenings The I eir-at-Law. Friday andSaturdnyEe. aud Saturday Mat A Poor Rulation. mr7-lt G " RAND OFERA HOUSE. i.awara ii. Allen, Manager. Sunday Evening, larcli 10. rAIIC A C PEERLESS 2JU 3 CONCERT BAND. Keats now on sale. I ri es 1, 73c, 59c, and 2c. nirMt RAND OPERA HOlE. J Edward H. Alien, Manager. WEEK Ox' MARCH 11. LILLIAN RUSSELL OPERA COMPANY. Under the management of ABBEY, SCHOEFFEL, AND GRAH LA TU -DAY 1 "WEDNESDAY! 1111 RSDAY PER1CHOLE FRIDAY. SATURDAY 3IATINEE. SATURDAY" NIGHT. THE GRAND Scats now on sale, rrices 53, 5150, and SI. - mr7-3t KEItNVN'S LYCEUM THEATER. AH tliis week. "Return of the Favorites." Russell Brothers' CO.MLIHANS. 10 Feature Acts 10 Next Week Robt Fitzsimmons with Julian's Specialty Company. METZEROn'S te1SS7 MARCH !4 LECTURE BY XEV-B. J.iSTAFFORD, D. D. Subject:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 March 1895

rjfii-rs-,v. THE WASHnSTCTOy TIMES, SATURDAY, MAHCH 9, 1895. 'ifi.1-" 'S8&.T-r2i The Washington Times 1 (Evekt Day in the Year) ' OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company ir- TIMES BUILDING, ScmnvrsT COkNER Pennsylvania Atence and TeJTO'STBEET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S0, Business Ofllce, 237. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Thrco Cents. By the month Thirty-nvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. a. AlABCH 9, 1893. Subscriber to ""The Times" vill confer a layer by promptly reporting any discour tcsy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by trail or in person Mil! receive crompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. A POSSIBLE TARIFF WAS,. Sccri-tary Grefcham has it in his power to begin a dihastrous tariff war against Germany, France, Belgium, Denmark, and the Netherlands. These countries have discriminated against American meat prod ucts, and an offici...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 March 1895

a -stKpy - -sv -fjcfv THE IVASHiyGTOST TIMES, SATURDAY, BIABCH 9, 1S95. TTrTjjrriip MOSES'. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1S93. lfif&f&CFa(RC n cal-s ilGddiilg' El m -Is the -white maple or xuahogairy fiuisli one we're selling at $3.85. It's easily worth $12.50. Has French "bevel plate mirror arid French, legs. Beautifully shaped glass. We've never had a value like it never a value so cheap. MOSES sAoTs. F and Ilth Streets. Storage "Warehouses, 2?d.S&, uoariL, THIS? (Read It.) . Are you jretting 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 wlli tell you that Tour Credit Is Good For a v.-hole HOUSEFUL of Fur niture. We don't have "Reduc tion" sales and "Discount" sales to get rid of antiquated styles. Our Furniture doesn't stay here long enough to get DUSTY. Our crodit prices are as low as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 March 1895

-v it ,(yi THE WASHXETGTOy TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1895. 1f"f? STYLISH Dressy, perfect-fitting, durable garments for Bo3'S and Children is the only kind we sell. Our present stock is by far the best we ever had, and the prices are lower tlau ever. $4, $5, and $6 bu'S a thoroughly made, all-wool suit, good enough for dress ; nronr- 01-1H Hiirohld Ptinilffh fnr and there are hundreds of styles and pat-' terns to select from. Furnishings and Hats too, eve kind worth having is here at less than other peo ple's prices. Robinson, Chery 8c0o. Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. 12th AND F STREETS. ANY HAT IN THE HOUSE, 52.00. Ajcy Hat IN THE nODSE, $200. Akv Hat Of THE HOUSE 52.00. Any Hat ts the housc s-joa Aw Hat ZK THE HOUSE $2.00 Any II. t IN THE HOUSE $2.00. THE HAT BOX. OPENING Of all tho lato conceits in Hats. Hats. Hats. y" Evory manufacturer of flno Hats represented in our stock. Every Hat unreservedly of fered. 2.00 S2.C0. $2.00 Nothing to approach this sale lias (Tr been attempted in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

iwS--"!.s?i!"i- " w ttw$ Sf -sr THE TIMES (go cmb Buy Ctp-top Cop, TOL. 1. 2sO. 356. TFASnTSTGrTOSST, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNGr, StARCH 10, 1895 TWELVE PAGES AND ART SUPPLEMENT. THREE CENTS. m mi i MURDER A TRIFLE TO THEM POISONED HER CHILDREN VS 10 HE FOB! - Two of Them Died, I5iil the Oldest l'iyc 13oys in a German Reformatory Strangled Two Companions. 'AKC Total Eclipse of the Moon to lake Place To-night. Friends the Victims of the Long fellow Searching forThem. Their Demands Will Engage the Is Out of Danjjcr. German State Council. They Bid It in Order to Be Transferred to a Prison Suspenders Used for the Deed. William Carruthers' Wife Pltvnned-tho Mur der with Jim Strange, Her Para mour Both Now Under Arrest. THE EVENT NOTHING ERRATIC MORE BODIES RECOVERED EMI'EKOR WILLIAM ANXIOUS "'SHfttea. . jc For Fivo Hours the Earth's EatelHte "Will Bo Engaged in Getting Oat of the Tel lunal Shadow Barring Clouds the Phe nomenon Will Be Visible in This City at 7:57 p. m. A total eclipse or tlie m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

V- THE WASKnSTOTOlSr TIMES, STOTDAT-, 1SIABCH 10. 1895. -p" ggggjggggg-- j pfpPM ?i m m sons life WAS IT SUE MARTIN'S SKULL 8th and Market Space. CAUTION Don't Blow if You Can't Spare "19c." THE DEVEL IN WHISTLE. The Greatest Contrivance, Newest Idea, and Most Startling Novelty. "Soothing," "Unearthly," '"Melodious," "Hideous." Men can use them. Boys v'I want them and chil dren will cry for them. ON SALE MONDAY, 2d floor, take the elevator. ' OUR LINING DEPT. The largest of its kind to be found anywhere in the Union, and the lowest prices that ever have been quoted. We employ 14 experienced lining handsthat are kept busy the entire day dispensing such bargains as Ilcst Quality Standard Cambric, -every shade that this cloth is dyed hi nt 4c a yard, 6c elsewhere. Good Quality Selesta, high colars, staple shades and Hack GJ4C a yard. .Elsewhere 10a Good Quality Canvass, all shades, TJtJc a. yardV Elsewhere, 12J ' Fercaline, yard wide, colors and blaci, 9,VJc a.yard. Elsewhere, 15c brea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

THE WASHrNTOTCXNT TIES, STJiSTDAX, MAKCHOLO, 1890. AMONG LOCiL ATHLETES Rowing Season Will Open Early With Renewed Energy. FLANS FOR AQUATIC EVENTS Hoasons for Eevival of Interest round in Horo Liberal Bules To Break Up Gamb ling Up the Biver Carroll Institute Be Eigns from Basket-ball Leapue Pros pects of Baseball Outside of Departments. Kow that the ice lias all passed out of tlie upper river and the danger of a f resliot o longer exists, tlie officers and members or tlie several boat clubs breatbo easier. With eacli letura of the season when the jce begins to break ap, comes tho danger of the boathouscs being damaged, if not earned away, ws was the case 'with the Analostan boathouse several years ago, when everything except the foundation Kills was carried away. The overflowing of the houses always happens, and is an annoyance which is annually looked forward to with no little d is pi en sure. During the coming fortnight the racing fchells will be takf n down from their racks and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

the washhstctcxn" times, stjkdat, makch 10, is95. 4 ii, . The Washington Times (EVEKY DAT IN TnE YEAR.) OWNED AZD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EocrnwECT Couuim rnxKSTLA'AKU AvExri; and TiKTU SiTJlEEr Telephono Editorial Rooms, 4SD, Business Office, S3T. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition .Throo Cents By tho month Thlrty-Evo Centa. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 10. 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" it Hi confer a fn-vor bv promptly reporting any discour lesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part ot ho carriers. Complaints citlicr bv f all or in rcrson will tcccive rronipt attention, Papers should be do hvered toall parts or the city by t:30 icloek each morning, including Sunday. ATLANTA'S EXPOSIT ON. Perhaps it is folly, perhaps uioro habit, to talk of seetiouuhsui now, thirty years siueo the clash of arms ceased nnd the j eople of Korth and South laid dowu the sword, re turned to the pursuits of peace, aud resumed the cultivation of mutual friend...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

a.TnftgSSW C.fefr',C 14- if I THE WASHINGTON TIMESjuKDAY, MARCH 10, 1895. 5 SI Q TUT 7 npC THEIR WORTtt IS DOUBLE THEIR PRICE. C&T 1Q J-'-"- S -- J-m. X w Henry Franc &h$on, Cor. Seventh and D Sts..N. W. CjPl.JLt . . -..- , , , , -UMgg . 5 I IB I Garner & Co. ADVANCE SPRING STYLES. OUR SUITS ro lioraldlugs ol what tlie spring season Is bringing us. Thoy aro splendid spcciiueub of tho tailoring art iieat patterns and ex-ellent In every way. They'll please you come and sco thenu From this prade ve climb higher to the Terr top notch of "suit worth." . PANTS, Those Pauls at fi43 nro equal to those you ece at most any other btoro at 54 and fj. We'vo KOt all sizes and an iinmonse number of designs to stricct from. Bear In mind If you bhould sot bo batibfled vl h your purchaso your iHonoy is always ready for you. Children's Sut:s from $1.48 up. Prices always the lowest. The Washington Popular Price Clothiers and Men's Furnishers. 801-803 7th St., (Cor H. St. X W. ) White Front....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

rsanr - st 6 TilE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1895. Bill IT HE OHTIL A BUNCH OF WASHINGTON BEAUTIES. OYER THE CEREBELLUM That's the Distinctive Feature the Net Spring Bonner. of Many States Have Sent Us Their Pretty Women. ' Beating Price RECORDS Bat It Has Plenty of Wings, Combs, and Laces to Obstruct the View of tbe Stage. AKD MANY NATIONS, TOO KING'SPALACE "Washington is Well Favored, for Although It Hsb No Local Type, Its Cosmopolitan Char acter Gives a Variety Not Known in Other Cities Good Looks Abundant Here, for the Whole World Has Contributed. Washington is too cosmopolitan to have any dibtinctire tyjie or beauty, such as is common over in Baltimore, where oysters and canvas back ducks have fashioned a coterie of pretty girls, but in the mixed gatherings of people from all over the Tnion there are enough to make a circle of faces, that once seen, are not likely to be forgotten. Of course, in speaking of beauty, Mrs. Cleveland is the first thought of, for the handsom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

wr- -,w .5W.S('q$CTfSS THE WASHXLSTGrTO TIMES- SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1895. t r Lanslbnrgh THE NEW WOMHN Rjndom Daslics at Her Pads and Prills. f Messrs. W. B,. Moses k Sons Announce Their gPMTO- EXHIBIT OF & Broi French, English and American Cretonnes, .,, Dimities, Sateens, - J :cr Linens, Cotton Damasks, Cardinets, Swansdown, etc. Beginning MONDAY, March 11. These materials are especially suita ble for wall coverings, slip covers, bed room hangings, et cetera. There is wide range of variety and price, and the entire first floor ANNEX has been set aside to the display. Materials for from 15c. per yd; we make SLIP COVERS to order. lith and F Streets. SEE THIS? (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 that Your Credit Is Good For a whole HOUSEFUL o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

1?'5 & tj "-vt ." -4-' I a THE WASHXNTON TEUfEfc, SUNDAY, 3IABCH 10, 1895. AMUSEMENTS. CADEMY. Prices: 25c 50c 75c $1. Wed. & Sat "Populnrs."25c &50c Reserved. S&Tft'Eiranil all Week Freeman's . Fun-makers, An Organization of Clever Comedians, presenting A A FUNNY SATIHE K3.ll 0N Road TICKET npjppX ALL LAUGHS. Do I THE ELECTEIC CAB Hot I and tho Eail KAIN MACHINE To IK See J Active Operation. NEXT WEEK: .The Cotton King, Qrand Qpera JoUsb. EDWARD H. ALLEN", Manager TgfnEc1ng MONDAY, MARCH II The Most Brilliant Production of Opera Bouffe Known to the American Stage LILLIAN Opera Company, Under the management of Abbey. Schoeffel & Crau, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Evenings rriday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee KL Lottie Collins' Troubadours. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Next Sunday. Matinee and Evening, MARCH 17. 50 Famous Band. The Renowned Violoncellist, Con ductor, and Composer. LOUISE NATALE, Prima Donna Soprano. And First and Only Appearance in ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1S95. 9 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. yew orlc JirocK F.xchnnca. ruroSfefciMl by llshy Si Co.. iivtXin an 1 broken ietroiollinii Hank Building. Fifteenth tiled, oiiimslto 'lieasury. Washington. I). C. On HicU Low CIoaIuz American Tobacca H3 J5 UV 91 Atcon-on 8-56 33S 5$ ?K CaundRSolltberu 4b 48 4b 4b ,UAO:iuy CUJ$ 70j a4 TOVS Chicago Gas Sis 72 4 714 73 JJet, ut-t- . Westuiu.. 153 i J56J4 155 4 10..K- Delaware A i mison ISJJs 121 123 124 " Distillers & Cattle Feed.. 13i JSJfi 12J4 124 Jio.. .... 7?s 7 7H, TV6 General K'octticCo 2tiji SfijJ 21 SOW jeiv iVniraL b W4j fc84 WHj xiu.jE-. i;le i.nd Nashville.. 47;4 47M 47 4?4 1, Le -ii.in li 131,185 1 JUirsouri Pacific llifjjj 10JJ 1W 1.6 oilhuosteni ., K BHvs K94 8h Isoriuc u i-.. i c. m d lay 1S is; liHS National Load SO 3J 20 3 a 3. . loiitrut Jiljfc UffVa IMU 13 Omat a -29 a sag 29 294 Ontario & W cetera 155.4 !" l&K I5 lac.ur i.mt si. SI- SiK 21?s J a nut 7$J '. i 754 74i Hock Island G....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

10 THE WASIUTsTGTOlSr TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 3895. Matters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. ,MrjrnN(SS roit this wixk. 3I0XDAY, MAECn 11. L. A. 1C41, K. or L., Plasterers riasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania nven ue. L. A. 174S, K. of L.. Carpenters Typo graphical Temple. L. U., No. 190, Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners Hall 425 lth street northwest. Amalgamated Society of Carpenters Costello's Hall, Sbith and G streets. Carriage Makers Bunch's Hall, 814 Eighth street. TDESDAY, STAECU 12. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, Four-and-a-half trect cud Pennsylvania nvonun. Building Trades Council Typographical Temple. Taper Hnngors' Protective Association Harris Hall, Seventh and 1) streets. WEDNESDAY, MAHOU 13. Carpentoro' Union, No. 1 Typographical Temple. Electrical Workers 509 Eleventh street northwest. L. A. 2081, K. of L.. Tin and Sheet Iron "Workers Plasterers' Hall. tiidbmiay, siAnon 14. District Assembly Knights of I.ahor Plaste...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

THE WASHEtfGTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1895. 11 THE SUNDRY TIMES' PAGE OF SELECTED FICTION. Chronicles of BY ANTHONY HOPE. Author of "A Prisoner of Zenda," &c. (Copyright 1895 by Anthony Hope.) j CHATTER TIL C0TJW ii-.Vl.0MO AND THE LADV OF KILA.KO. From the lips of Tomniasln'o liimself, who was cousin to Count Antonio, greatly loved by him, and partaker in all Ills enter prises during tho time of his sojourn as an outlaw in the hills, this, the story of the lady or Rilano, came to my venerable brother In Christ, Niccolo; and the same Niccolo, lieing a very old man, told it to me, so thut I know that the story is true and every part of it, and tread hero not the doubtful ground of legend, but on the firm rock or the word or honest men. And there is but one thing doubtful. Tommasino him self being unable to know the verity of it; yet that one thing is of nnall moment, for it is no jnore than whether the lady came first to Duke Talentine, offering her aid or whether the duke, wh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 March 1895

Ji. lASJWfe. "S ft" rp 12 TELE WASHING TON TIMES j SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1895. The & EGIfflM OF THE END! "& t "tflf-S J--wJT''J-v''rf'!V?-' ""S N " First first changes most men makef or spring is Over coats, Hats, and Neckwear. They are all HERE. More of them and better ones than any one else can show. Overcoats from the best makers, who sell only us for this city. All the newest shapes and colors and all reliable fabrics, at from S 1 0 up. Hatsany block you want Knox, Dunlop, You mans, Miller, or Stetson. The newest spring shapes and colors in same grade as their agents ask S4- and $5 for, but as they have only our name in the crown the price is S3. Also the best $2 Derby ever seen. Same styles and colors as the finer grade. The newest in Neckwear is a heavy all-silk De Joinville, at 50c, fully worth S 1 , as other people value neckwear. Neat new patterns and colors. oDinson, unery I2th AND F Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. RECORD OP THE COURTS Trobntc Court Justice Haguor. Ustiitu...

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