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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

Iv are you Witk 5"or Cf?eap as? VOL. 2. IfTO. 474. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOBWESTG, JULY 4, 1895 EIGHT PAGKES. ONE CENT. CORPSE SPIRITED All! Victim of a Horrible Murder Not to Be Found, FIVE PEOPLE UNDER ARREST B V mJF '' ,. "ft WJ gi TO EVERYBODY purchasing: from us on the aDore-namcd dates wc will present a Handsome!; ' Chased and Engraved Solid Gold Watch, stem "winder and getter. This is not a gold filled or plate( w ;ttc$t, bat a solid fold one. You may say, how can we afford to alove number of watches from a large dealer in exchange for lots jewelry busmess we -have concluded three aborc-Baaicd days only. This offer stands without a praceAnt in the Unitecl jjtates to-day. Si don't be too late, as you will mtver have a chance like this again. ' Bear in mind, also, that we are sell ing tile cry best lots ever offered -4-0 and . Just tbialr of it! A choice $-W. Then why not flu&ca start ciiportuaitji at hand, for a chasce like.,, litis comes but ac i a &1ips from wit...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

TUB WASHINGTON' TJME& THURSDAY, JULT 4, 1S95. NAVAL OFFICERS LECTURED isier of m ra Take MQms fi Ses r aud Elevonth hta storage Warehouses tSd St near St -The sale of those $9 Chiffoniers for S6.50 is creat- iSS1 mar lots Ol JgSP?-: f comment, and A2sr3 -- --ird uo wonuer. It's a new ex perience for most of the purchasers to get such value for so little paying. But Lffi Si -s .x. u j r -: -s riK- &KS2S:saE9V that this doesn't end the bargain-price idea in Chiffoniers is evi denced by the below-quoted items. Buying the entire out put of a factory at once is the reason for these figures. Tho 1G Chiffoniers arc 510 E0. Aro of bolid quartered oak polish finish tare four largo drawers two smaller once, and a bonnet box Tho 19 Chiffoniers aro $11 73. Hare nro largo drawers and two small draw era, and French bevel plate swinging: mirrors. Built of soliii oai. Tho $22 Chiffoniers ara S1L Are roade of eolid quartered oak, polish fin ish. Have four largo drawers two BinaHdrawors and a...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TEMES,. THUESBAX, JULY 4, 1895, : - . rAREER. IJRID3ET & CO., Thursday, July 4. Open Until Noon To-day. We don't know how it affects the public, but if you knew as much about some of these "sales" now going on as we do they would get just what the' de serve an einpty store. The over-stocked ones are not so much to blame for cutting prices, nor can we blame those with three or four years' accumulation of old style, which even a third off still leaves them very high. Never mind about the others! They'll get their due. We have no cause to complain, for we've had the biggest spring season since we started, and we were fortu nate in being able to go into the market and take the manufacturers' balances so as to give them to you at abrmt half price. All the Black and Fancy Cheviot and Serge Suits you find on the first floor regu lar $10, $12, and $15 ones are but $6.25. Plenty of better Suits up stairs. Some $20, $25, and $30 ones for $15, $17, and 20. Parker, Bridget &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

TIIE WASnrNTGTOT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1S05. The Washington Times (EtKKY UAV IS TUB YEAH.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BCILDIXG. 60rTHWB6T CoilNKK 1'JBSKbV VAN! A AVENUE AND TEXTU Stukbt. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 433. Business Ofllce, 37. Trice, Pally Edition .. Ono Cent. Sunday I diilon Tlireo Cents. By ihe month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 4, 1895. 6uliscril)or o "TIioTiincs" vrllloonfr. fa-orly promptly rt-portlnc any lln-courlnk)- of oolleotoi-M. or neglect of duty on tl jirt of tho carriers. Coniplatuts either by mall or In prrnou will receive prompt uttt-ntlon. FaprrH should le de livered to ull iiurla of tlio oily by cj:30 o'clock mo1i niorniiic. luoIudlnK Sundnj". "The Washington Time" 1 h mem tier of the lloulidnle Co-oiierutivo So ciety. TAKE THE TIACES WITH YOU. Enmmcr Oullnsn Will Xot He En Joyed "Cnleirj It Goes Along. The Minmier tide of pleasure and licnltli-sookors lias set in toward mountains, springs and seashore. JCo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JTTIiY 4, 1895. f O-O-OO 3? ----C nQhnrorh WE'RE CLOSED ALL DAY TO-DAY, But to-morrow bright and early be gin Special Sales in twelve Depart ments. It will be worth your while to see what each of these twelve depart ments have to offer. The Wash Goods and White Goods Departments in bar gains particularly will shine more glo rious than the sun. Don't Forget That it is here, and here only that you see PLISSE that prettiest of all Wash Fabrics marked at 12jc yard. The lowest price quoted elsewhere is ISc. SOME CHARGE 25c EOR PLISSE. WE DID f SET THEM THINKING f When we began to sell $ White Duck Skirts, full 9 width, well made, for a 79c. It was the talk of a Skirts for 79c to-morrow. k Ki , CJ- 9 I 420, 422. 421. 425 7fi S:. V V How Is it With You ? I-ji't 1 liere ouie piece of furniture tliai'rtlHPklumit yourliouM Mime tiling that you'd like to 1uim ami would 1JUY If you knew that you could pay for it a little at a time iiud Mill Iiu the leiNfit of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJESDAT, JTJIjT 4, 1895. BUSY WEEK IN THE SOOTH A FEW Some Timely Hints lo Summer Housekeepers Suggestions Which Will Make Many a Woman's Work Pleasanter and Save Her From Many Annoyances. - - Among Many -Whom Dr. Walker Has Cured, Unusual Number of Uew Enter prises Have Been Eecorded. . ',"i Shipbuilding, Gold 3tefinln, Cotton Mills, Channel liredslnjr, mid Other Kiiturprlzei Inaugurated. Baltimore, July 3. Keports to tbc Manu facturer Record fcoys: The past to has beon an uuueuftlly busy one aud has witnessed the doting of many enterprises of great moment. Tiie contract made Tor opening Aransas Pass harbor in T xsm ill involve tiie expenditure of &3O0.000 on Jetty work and deepening tho channel, to ! lollowid probably by sev eral million dollars in tUe building of "wharves, terminal facilities, etc. Uids are being invited for the building material for the Meet woike, to be established at Bessemer, Ala. A contract has been closed for a $f 00,000 ship, to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

THE WASHXETGrTOST TIMES, THITJRSDAT, JULY 4, 1895. n Per Per Word Per Word Per word Per Word Per Word .Word No advertisement less than 10s. I No ndvertiscmen cnt less than I0& No advertisement less than 10a No advertisement less than 10a. No advertisement less than IO2. No advertisement less than 10a No advertisement less than lOo. AX AUSTRALIAN TOWN. Tliu Railway That Wn- toTluvoilnde tin Kin nieces' Fortune, titttekk' o sleek imv; and leading other wif-y of udjoinin;; townships ly their com mercial prosperity. Hitherto the pros perity had hccii of the quiet lypiclureMnio gratefully on a placid, undulating land boajie pd om in varied tints of green. Bays the WeotmiHstcr Review. Sleek 1 horn. are roHing 011 verdant slopes that ' kieg Urn 14m? waves; dark "coral" trees, j order; fat farmers, jog-trotting down the 1 As wo look away from tlicchrf.dazedwith da, tieeome faMiionaUu and excite the HprejKUug like cedars, crown the heights j here and thoie, while gleaming villas j anil o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 4 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TEVTES, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1895. OUR mm Mi STAHDS GONZAGA'S LAWN .FESTIVAL 8 TONS Shoe Department is growing rapidly, is made to grow bT the reliability of the leathers, the quality of workmanship, the fashionable styles, and the exceedingly low prices at which we sell strictly FIRST-CLASS Shoes. Men's FRENCH PATENT LEATHER Hand-sewed Bals on the swell Derby or Razor Toe lasts. A regular $7.00 shoe at $5.00. French Patent Leather Hand-sewed Congress Gaiters, cloth tops, $5.00. Genuine Russia Calf Bals, sold at $6.00 everywhere, HERE $4.00. A full line Calf and Cordovan Bals, $2.40 to $6.00. Bo3s' Shoes $ r.40 to $3.00. All Shoes Polished F7mce. obinson, Chery 8l C 12th and F Sts. j g ( si- 030c.888tl g is a Bargain such as you'll seldom see. Cobbler Seat Rocker, with seat of em bossed sole leather mahogany finished frames. Nothing but such a sale as our Rebuilding Sale a sale of neces sitT could put its price down so low. Lots of odd ROCKERS being cleared out at EXACTL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

Ctre Xfou Witfy 5or f?ect:p as? VOL. 2. IvTO. 475. WASHXNGrTOiSr, D. C, FKIDAY MORNING-, JULY 5, 1895 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. I8TW1TTED TIE POLICE FOUGHT A GANG OF TOOGHS A CELEBRATION WITH A PURPOSE. CHINESE ASSASSIN'S AIM m liios Carl Browne Declares He Married as Per Programme. CEREMONY ON CAPITOL STEPS They Readied tlie City In tbo Early Morning una Wont at Oiico to the Historic Spot Hot li Subscribed to tin Moet TTulciuoMarrlasc Contract on Record and Then Disappeared. If we Jove each othor as the dove Lis mate We'll go Uu-ough the world prepared for fate " The bride of Carl Browne, the o,oundnm Goddess of Liberty, who rode the -while palfrey at the exhibition of Freedom Aw;a;sl uated hy the Washington Police at tho Peace Monument, A. D. 1SJM, said to a Tunes reporter last night lhatsho subscribed to the vignette, poetical sentiment above, and Mat the was married by a written contract to Carl Browne yesterday morn ing at 7 o'clock on the east Capitol steps. The lau? M.se Mamie C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

THE WASniGTOK TIMES, ERIDAT, JULY 5, 1895. 2 spaRaffia HOSES ?&& QMS F and J Joveuth St3 Etorago Warehouses 2J1 St. noar M. The second 300 lot of those now - famous Fancy Chairs has come. The' have gold leaf ruslr seats, and are finished in white, pink and pale blue enamel. $1.95 the price! Just as it was on the first 300 lot which we have so rapidly sold. $3 would be nearer the actual worth. If you want a Bicycle, romomnor that tto are District Agents for tho IMPERIAL" It's dlflorout from the others and tho price isn't much. Our' Coupon System, of pa3Ting rour laundry bill means a 10 per cent, saving to 3rou and a great conven ience to both. TOLVAN STEAM LAtTCDRY, tth and C btreeta3. V. If you want to order for your "house, you'll find us iiiighty good people to order from. JAMES TflARP, Importer ines aud Liquors, bJS F street northwest In dainty Sterling Silver ware I have the very latest. Belt Buckles, Waist Sets, Silver-mounted Brushes and Combs, Toilette Knick knacks al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JTTLY 5, 1895. !-. ,,ri"'n Parker, Bridget & Co., Friday, Jury 5, '95. Success im pels success, and crowds follow a crowd, yet it requires true! iner i t o r rather meri torious offer ings, to secure either. No matter how low a price some clothing firms quote it lias little or no effect upon the public, be cause the public have lost confidence in the firm hav ing been previously misled or humbugged by it. "We are awfully careful what we say in the newspapers. Careful never to misrepresent or overstate- "We are entirety dependent upon Tour confi dence and patronage for sup port. "We feel that we now have it our success proves it and wlien we state that these are $10, $12, and $15 suits we are offering in this $6.25 sale,wemeanit ever' word of it and can substan tiate the assertion! Test us. Parker, Bridget Co., New Blood. 315 7th St. ten loss in one inning Feat Accomplished by Robinson, Ohery & Company's Team. Sak ,fc Company's XJne Dallied Too L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

THE WASHXN-GTOK TIMES, EETD-4Y, JULY 5, 1895. TheWashinotonTimBS (Evbhv iat " TnE Teak.) OWNED AND ISSUED II V The Vteshingion Times Company, TIM IS BUTLDING. eonrHwiwr ronxen rijcwv vasia Avenue ami Tenth Stkect. Telephone -I ditoilal Rooms, 131 Business Offlco, 337. rrieo, Rally rIUwi Ono Cent. Sunday Fdtilou Three Cents Ilyihemeuth Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. JULY 5, 1SB5. fc:liKcril)ir lu "Tlir Ttuie" -will pnnff." fa' or ly itromiitlr I eportlng nay ills' cmirlrhi of cullerturM. or ni'slecl of duty on the purt-of the ourrler. Cflmpliilutu ltjjor lij initil or In person will rcelT Vrompt attention. I'upi'ra Hhoulil lioJe ltr.'l lu nil iiurth of the oltj- Ij.v -fa:3li ."rtrfK mo!i tnoritins;. ln.Mudliii: Sumlr.t '2"u 'WnNlilijgitoii Timet" in a iuoiii-bi-r t llie ltotslidrtlo -Co-opoiatUo io ciety. TAJCE TUB TLaEES "WITH YOU. Summer O-itlngn Will Xot Ho "Kir joy fl TJnlen It Gol-n Alans- The summer tide at pleasure nud J litnlili-feoUcrh lias wet in toward ttitiiititrtii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

TILE "SVASIIIjSrGTOaS" TRIES, EEIDAIT, JULY 5, 1S95. r " x SOCIAL DOINGS AND SAYINGS. King's Palace. EMRICH ! If You .Tames Alston Cabell, president of the Virginia Societ) 01 tl e Sons of tlic Revo lution, was iff the procession estenla to t tie Monument He is stopping with Ins bride, a ver) handsome Aw York lad), on the waj to I is lioine in Ric Inroad, Va , and is on a visit to ins mother, L)r. Julian Majo Cabell, oi tlie United Stales Barrncl s, Xv lio leteiitl) lost liis leg b) jumping lrom a tram. GOOD MORNING. Occasional showers or thrrat'iimrj weather mil not u'ter the thrifty hou em frvm ijuxiuj after bargain. Thsy Compose tlie Canine Aris tocracy of the Capital. I LITERATURE "XM f ,V l f For 'VAWWi J SUMMER READING. Wg$MtK t 5c, Six for 25c. f &&&& f'llK ' Containing some of the newest public: t'on 3 in Paper-Back Form, in cluding these "Fantine," by Victor Hugo;' "The Heir of Lynne," by Robert Buchannan; "Charlotte Temple," by Mrs. Su sana Rowson; Singular...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

THE WASHETGTO TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1895. WILL NOT ORDER A STRIKE Protective Street Railway Union Without Authority. -y - He Tried Many Doctors and Eeme- dies Without SuccessHe Called on Dr. Walker and Is Well. Ham's Horse Went Down and the Jockey Was Thrown. "1 618 SEYMTH STREET H.W. If the Jtfen Decide to Go Out Upon Their Own .Motion the Union Will Support Them. RETIMING FAVORITES WERE WINNERS 6 Anything in the entire store ONE-HALF OFF marked prices. Open at S o'clock. Wo shan't disappoint any body this time. We shall be open and ready on time. 15c Wbtak reB6 OO In 5c Wash Hags , I UU 10c Aiamaeta Ju 10c Peliite awl Ginghams Ju tl and Jl.M Child's Muslin Slips rn aud Jk-awAd . .. UUu 25c Children's Mull Caps Oil 5c Ladlob' Handkerchiefs 2U FOR 25c Scarfs, Tecks and Four-ln- ( n ft hands, good prUtoriiB....- Uu 15c Linon Cellars, all stylos and rn eizuB Ob .. 5c 15c Hemstitched Handkerchiefs II ESFfl B BfiFfiE?yWBlH 818 Seventh Street H. W. BLOOMERS WON THE RACE Ladies Pedal the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

THJE WASHINGTON TIMES, TBIDAX, JULY 5, ISOu. 1 "' ' IB bill! Word No advertisement less than 10j. fl1p P.Qilf Jl j HJEso mm Word No advertisement less than 1 Oc Per Word Per Word Per word Per Word No advertisement less than lOo- No advertisement less thnn 10s. No advertisement less than IO2. No advertisement less than lGc "nniiam 111 11 iiiiim in Mmmmifrini iwiii miiinii 00 USm won No advertisement loss than tOa 1 SAAV THE FinST GOLD FOU.ND. : Only Oik Survivor of the Man Wlio i ti i-iu ii 11 .tun muni 111 t-uiiioinm. There is alive to-day but one of the men tvlw worked for Sutter in the mill at Cotoftta, whereon January 24, 1818, J amen W. Miirahnll discovered, sold, says the New York Sun. That survivor is James llrowH. Ho is now 70 years of use, and makes his home with a grandchild in Po mona valley. He is llie only man living ivho whs present ivhci.J!arbhall washed the yellow grains n the camp; and he is ttif urn man wIki ued the flaky scales with are, ami going forth from the sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1895. Clothed i m viluge BAITM'S 1 NOW RED TICKET DAV" I RED a B TICKET I For 3Tour summer outing. No matter where you go; to the mountains, the seashore, or country, the Bots will need something to wear. You'll find here plenty of just the proper things for them. Separate Pants 50c. and U P. ShirtWaists 2 5 C. and UP. Short Pants Suits $2.50 and U P. Washable Sailors $ 1 .00 and UP. Imen and Duck Pants $ 1 .00 and $ 1 .50. Straw Hats 25c. and UP- yachting Caps 25c. and UP. Russet Shoes & $ 1 .40 to $3. And all other proper and appropriate garments for Bors of all ages. Robinson, Cheryjk Co. 12th and F Sts. j PSnos. I SHOES. l SI.75 Was Never Better Spent j I JL i quick CREDIT buys as well as Cash, and for the same prices. Laiisl3!irgli's Kink, f New York Ave., Bet. 13th and 14th Sis. f Agency for the Celebrated A ft COLUMBIA AUTOMATIC FILTER. T Any SUIT Yon Like Unndrede of elepnnt double-breasted Sack f-nitf- critwl materials and Uiiriniiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

W& (Ire lou VoAl 5or (l?eap (Sas? "VOL. 2. JSTO. 476. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1S95 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. Bay's Excursion For Everybody. WD Take You into other lands; among- interesting- "home things" you haven't noticed before; in sight of the latest fads; into other people's thoughts. twin Cost You the Three Cents charged for the Sunday Times. tVhy Then Not Take This Excursion To-morrow ? YOU'LL LIKE TO READ ABOUT: Me Sam's Cash Sox, what it contains, and how it's guarded. A Statue fluffs Ridiculed. It's the colossal one of Wash ington. The story of it. Were Washington Flirted. Something- about the old CarTysle House. Tiie Parisian Loan Bureau. Particularly appropriate when Washington is hoping to have one. did Clothes Hearty Immortal. How thej' are twisted, turned, made over and sold. The Separate Colored Picture will again be a feature to-morrow. But there's to be other pic tures, too. All the "fads and fancies articles" will be illus trated as usual. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

THE WASHrSTGTOlN" TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 18 95. S&QMS V ami Eleventh Sis. Storage Warehouses d St uoar 5L -W a t e r Coolers, Water Filters, Re frigerators, Ice Chests these are four of our warm. - weather specialties. And we're proud of our stock of them. Water Conlors at $159 and more. Watorllltera at S2 50 and more. Ice Cheats at St 50 and mora Kofrigeraiora at $5 03 and more In each case a PER FECT variety including every desirable style. Cunning handiwork in solid gold and silver. Exquisitely set gems. Diamonds in perfect tings, for the fingers, set the hair, the bosom. Buckles, Studs, Waist Sets, Combs, Brushes, etc. C IT DAVISON, Jowelor, 11U5PSLX. W. You'll be wise to let us do your washing. TOLMAN STEAM LATJNDItY, etli and C streets K W. -There's nothing too large nothing too small for us to print We print perfectly, too. r.lcGILL & WALLACE, Printers. lie? K htreet h W 'Phone. 15U to buy 3our hot weather clothes. Don't think this little spell of coolness means 301...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

THE WASHnSTGTQy TIMES, , SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1895. rm . Parker, Bridget & Co Saturday, July 6. Don't misun derstand our motive. "W e would stop spending mon ey telling tou about, these $10, $12, and $1d Suits now running at $6.25 if we thought for an instant it was to be the last suit we would ever sell 3011. You must know this price means a loss. In fact, we haven't told you that a certain style of these suits cost us $14 the first of the season and was then sold for $20. We look upon this loss as a pure and simple investment, in return for which we hope to secure j-our good will, your future patronage, and your influ ence with your friends. We haven't given any thought to making nioney these past two years. We wanted a good start. May not try to make an5- moi in three. We are satisfied to simply "pay our wa'" for a while. The only danger we run in selling $10, $12, and $15 suits for $6.25 is that tou may mis judge the suits or think we are trifling with the truth. If you need a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 July 1895

THB WASELTSTGrTON TIMES SATURDAY, JTFLTY 6, 1895. TheWashinfllonTimes (Erratr day in the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDINO, Bonn west Corner rEvssviYAMA Attn ce and Tenth Sstiieet-. Tolophone Editorial Rooms, 4Si BustncbS OflUe, 3Z7. rrice. Dally Fdltion One Cent Sunday I dhiou Three Cents By the mouth Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C., JULY C, 1S96. QTRASeI'gOUNCJlg -5miGy' uUsorilTs to riioTimcH" Ulcnnrr. a-or Xrv iromi tl rrjortlns nny tllw cocrtefcy of colli cturx, fir noglect f duty oij h- rrt of the carriers. Complaint ff.tb'r l- mull or tn person will recelvo proj. pt tittcnlion. I'aperu shenld be dp IlTpreil t I1 jintts of tho cltj 1 0:20 oVlnol t'soh tnorninr. including Mindar "The "Wss-Mngtoii Tiiiu-." 1- a iiumu bpr of ills Hoolidtile Co-operatl c so ciety. TAKE THE TIMKS VTITH YOU. Snnixner Outlnge. Will Not Be T.w Joyed TJnle It Goe Along. Tile kuiutner tide of pleasure and It ntltli-eeelters ba- t-ei in toward mountain-, iirlng-...

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