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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

WATHR PROBABILITIES., Tiio Circulation of THB TIMS Te3t5rdiy, WAS V For the TiiKtrict of Columbia, cloudy weather, with prospects or local thunder 'stormy Wednesday ufternoon or evening;" ' southerly winds. - . twe 411, COPIES 3$ro. 1,232. WAsuisrGrTOJsr, 189T EIGrHT PAGES. ONE CENT. RECOGNIZED IS LI DRDEB HHOie STRIKERS the pantsmakers. Abram Eosenburg, the new Fecretnry of the CJoakmakers' Union, said today that he did not look for any strikes in that tFade until next week. There arc grievances in plenty, he said, and the executive board is beginning to rind itself busy in considering demands to be made upon the manuracturcrs and contractors. With the pnn.tsmakcr.-3, knee-pantsmakers and overall workers, there ure now 5,250 garment workers on strike on the East WILLDEIUIDPBDTEGTIOI JVIine Officials Enjoin tbe Work ers Against Lawkealring. The Opinion of the People is "t Rarely Mistaken. Story of a Brilliant Conp d'Etat From Hawaii. MORAL SUASION OF WOMEN CONSENSUS OF OPINION 00RRE...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

THE MOJJNTtfGr T1MJES, tvfcifiM ESOAY, AUGUST 4, 1897. GULF 1ISJII1E DUTIABLE Treasury Officials Settle the Question liy a Ruling. CLASSED AS HIDES OF CATTLE Collectors, Xotlficd of tne Decision Which Sleauh u Hig Sa-viug to the Government Loopuoles In the Tarfff Act GiviuK Advantages to litiriwx tcr& Cuming t Ligut. Atstsjunt Secretary Howell yebterday nfiiee An otfkrtal ruling on the subject oT calf skins, ns predlc.ed in abe Times sev eral da j 6 ago Under tliis ruling calf skins will not le permitted to come into Uie United States under the clause ot the free llswednrtMtog raw skins free. Immediately alter tfae new law went into effect Uie importers of lcr.luer at Boston made Uie pome UialP-airkiu .vereuot dutiable uuuer thelaw , und tliccollectoruf Uie port agreed wiin them To their aiiscomfiuire, Ik.-r-ever,ibeJfparliuentovcrruledUiecollccUir and direatcd him, pending a filial Jlpobi tfon of tne cnicsslou, to collect the duty The tieeMon of yesterday etUet the problem for ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

THE 310R STING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4. 189T. 3 TO Doctor McCoy Has to Say. There Are Those Who "Will Never Believe With out Personal Experience Now the Time When That Personal Experience Can Be Had at Nomi nal Cost $3 a Month During the Summer. There alwayfihave been Doubting Thom ases, and there always will be Doubting Thomases. There are Doubting Thomases In Washington, plenty ot them, as there are in every other city and every town throughout the whole world. -When Doctor McCoy announced his dis covery for the cure oC deafness lie ex pected doubt. He knew that it was nec essary for him to give proof on proof to care, -not in scores ot cases only, but in hundreds and thousands of cases before these Doubting Thomases would be con vinced. The whole world, broadly speaUlng, has acknowledged his masteily skill, and has accepted, because of the tremendous weight of evidence, th fact that his treatment does restore lost hearing. But there are those and there are many Two Bright Boys...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 189Y i i'i H ii THE MORNING TIMES, QSmed (SIOIKTIXG, EVENING AND SUSBAT.) Br The Washington Times Company. STELSON HTJTCHIS, President Hutcjiins Building. STrw Tort Office: 2000 Tract Bnildlnc- Subscription Bates. Month: y. by CAitninn: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday..-. Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday.... Thirty-five Cents BV 3IAII One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 55.00. Sir Months, " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " 2.25 Three Mouths. " " " L25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " L25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mail must ho accompanied by subscription price. Telbi'iiones: Editorial Booms, 48G; Business Office, 1G40. Circulation. Statement. The circulation of The Turns for the vieck ended Saturday, July SI, 1S97, was as foUows: Sunday, Jh1 S6 23.922 Monday, Jirfy 6. 39,900 3W?ajf, JWly S7 40.184 WedROidey, JtAy SS 40.C8...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

V THE UOBJSri.gr& T1HES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1897. : JLansburgJt Bro. 8 COOL DRAPERIES for HOT WEATHER- Cotton Ball Fringe, In g all colors, for 3 cyd a 1 lot Lace Stripe Eta- g melne, 36 iaches wide, g worth 1 Oc yd., for.... 7c yd ft 43 1 lot Figured Silkolme, g fast colors, 36 inches u wide, worth 12c yd., g for. 9c yd g 1 lot Figured Golden Drapery, 30 in. wide, 0 all colors, worth 12Kc g yd., for lOeyd g 1 lot Red, Yellow and S Blue Dotted Swiss, 36 Inches wide, worth 1 5c g yd., for .12Mcyd e 1 lot Blue, Pink, Yel- g low and Red Dresden a Drapery Swiss, 36 in. $ wide, worth 19a yard, g for 15c yd ffl 1 lot White and Ecru g Fish Net, for curtains g and draperies, 4-S in. S wide, worth 25c yard, for 15c yd g 1 lot Striped Tamative g Portieres, fast colors. ft worth $2.00 pair, for g $1.50 pair ft ft Estimates furnished g free on Awnings, Slip & Window Shades, Drop us a card and our man. will call at your house to advise with jou. QWjUiet. I ft 420, 422, 424, 426 7t.U St...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

VILE MOKNiyq TIMES, TVEIESDAY,, AUGUST 4, 1897. PI THEHPLIT EVEN Bostons Win the First and 4ro Defeated in the Second. SWAIM PITOnED GREAT BALL The Elongated Twlrler Held tlie Ilnrd-imtlng IluhUes Down to Five Scattering Hits Helped to liarn u Home Club Hun Visitors riay "Well in tlie Field. GAMBS YESTERDAY. Bostou, 11; Washington, 5. Vnhhiagton, 7; Huston, 5. Philadelphia 5; Baltimore, 1. Pitthbnrg, 7; Cincinnati, O. Sew York, 10; Brooklyn, 2. Cleveland, 10; Louisville, 5. Chicago, 7; St. Louis, 2. GAMKS TODAY. "Washington at Brooklyn. Pitthbarg at Cincinnati. Clevelund it Lonlville. St. Louis at Chicago. P1 W. L. Pet oston 5S 26 .690 BalUmore....53 27 .663 Cincinnati 52 28 .650 New York... 49 31 .613 Cleveland.... 45 37 .549 Philadelphia..41 45 .477 Pittsburg 33 44 .463 Chicago 40 47 .460 Louisville 38 50 .432 Brooklyn 34 48 .415 Washington... 31 52 .373 St. Louis 22 66 .250 Although Hillary Swaim did not save Holiday's game after German had made a mess of it, he slept well, and y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

1E 3roBK:Om TIMES, WED;NlJi25DAT, AUGUST- 4, 1897. MOyilY WANTi-D A.'Q) Jii?.VZi "WANTED Anyone furnishing me with SL200 for the Klo-dike country, I will give themlialf or the receipts of themuie ir 1 becure one, wu td like to make boat leaving Ban Francisco Aucust 15. Ad dress ALASKA, tills office. au4-5t "WANTED To borrow S2,000 Tor one year on ample security; "0 per centrum. paid; no risk. For particulars addicts MILTON, this- omcc. au3-3t WANTED 59,000 from a private paity on private and business property on X. 1. ave, for 5 years at 5 per cent; no agents; security aruple Address OWNER, this office. jy31-Gt 3JON12Y AT 5 PER CENT on ical es tate in D . C JCo delay. Terms reason able. HEISKELL & McLERAN, .y9- lm 100S F st. nw. U.K. FULTON S loanomce, lilfe l'a ave. nwinouylG-.neUouwatens,dia.uoiid, jewelry, 6ilvcr ware, etc aplO-om LOAN& AlAUJb o.N Ai'x'ROVED COL1.AT- era.1, ich as lire policies. Socks, l-uuoa, buildlnc awsociaUon shares, syndicate csr tirioales, etc No ie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 August 1897

iVtr f'jtjrt" srss " p" ' 5-5E CT--n- THE MORNI TIMES, WEDESDAY, AUGUST 4, 189T. tV2nVSK?v'"'! " ONE-THIRD OFF OF REGULAR PRICES FOR MEN'S AND YOUTHS' SACK SUITS, WOOLEN BICYCLE SUITS AND ALL SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS. Robinson & Cilery Co., 12th and F Sts. N. W. MimtA City Brevities. A new coat of paint will be placed on Wdodley Lane bridge by order or tbe Commissioners. JXhe funeral or Mrs. Mary J. .Louder, ay bo died -Sunday, 'was bcld yesterday at :J o'clock. Tbe Interment was made in Oak Hill Conietcry. Hattte Harrion will spend ninety days in jail. Bbe Laving been coavietcd of stealing HH.nO worth of. clothing from Louisa ilorrla. Judge AliHs yesterday sent Aaron Tolli-' er, colored, to dall for tbirty days for stealing J. dresb coat Jrom Mr. Bertha Eiseman, 421 Seventh btreet. "Fifteen dayB in jail was tbe sentence imposed on William Aloten, "Who assaulted Boo "Wan because of the Celestial's refusal to deliver laundry without a ticket. Tror. John T. Layton.of tbe Washington ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

Trf-'Cu ' ' '?;iSj''Ht;gj'fe 'si'-fV''? -;Sr5!f"; ii',P?- "-r5. , ( f W. mtriiiM iSi 'rap ' 11 .. -. - . -- v li Ins rcn!atioa of THS TIJ03 Y&xkj WAS WEATHIK FEOBAnlLEIES. For the Dlstrlctof Columbia, partly cloudy ."Weather with showers Thursday afternoon; cooler, northwest "winds. . COPIES tft"-- O. 1,233. WASHIGrTOX, THURSDAY HOISTIN, AUGftJST 5, 189T EIGKELT PAGrES. OZsE GENT. ihj ihher & PErnr sh II HOT CHASE AFTER CARR THOUSUDS OF WHEELHEft The Gold Eerer May Be Simply Laudable Ambition. The Ravislier of Rosa Robinson Again Eludes the Police. Immense Throng of Cyclers at the L. A. W. Meet- . MONEY BRINGS HAPPINESS LEAVES BIS SHOES BEHIND VISITORS TAKfcN ON A SAIL 5 JAS'-S',J iJ J fitf V ft r -9 tJ 41224 Although 3Iouey Cannot 'Buy Every thing, It Is Foolish to Refuse It L "When Honestly Come By. r Every one would like to be rich, but all cannot go to Klundike. Every one can take care or the dollars tout pass through their hands. There iu Uib the secret or wealth Spend ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

THE MOKNTCJ-TGr TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1897. ID y ORE GUISE WANTED Hawaii Decides to Exclude (he Coolie Laborers. NO MORE TIME PERMITS The Government "Will Issnc No Farther Six-Moatba Residence Certificate-. The Pacific Repub lic QunlHjing li-.el for Annesui tion Plea for Clilues-e. Honolulu, July 28, via San Francisco, Aug- 4---The Hawaiian government has finally C-jUded to exclude Chinese coolie labor jib California has done. This action is taken to ibow tho-.2 m the United State who appose annexation that Hnwail pro poses to Jive up to their agreement, that ir the ifeluads were annexed, Chinese lm TOiprwlioii. would cease. Hence the govern ment has formally decided to i-sue no more eix months. residence permit--, to the Chinese Thia preliminary step is taken in view ot the pledge made to the United JSttiteb on tne annexation question. A prominent official of the government said. "We feeJ that annexation is rea-onaUy cure, and hence that it would be a breach of faith, to appro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

THE 310:RSritfG TIMJES, TBTJUSDAT, ATJGMJST 5, 1897. 3 BOUNDftRY UK OF ALASKA Klondike Gold Fields Probably on the Canadian Side. SO -SAYS GENERAL DDFFIELD Good Diggings, However, on the American Side, T.Vltli Promise ut Very Slucli More Coast Survey Xow liugased od u Ship Showing the Iloatefe to the Gold Country. It Ib well to hear in mind durins all Oils tlisoubsion about the sold fields or the Tukon region and Hie boundary line between British America and tlic United States Territory of Alaska that there are two established and fixed boundary mark ings In the gold country that ha'e been located atid determined by the TJnited States, and tested by Uoj Canadian gov ernment. These two posts have been agreed to by the rc-pecUve governments, and thv can be no further dispute about them. The first ot these points was deter mined by the Coast and Geodetio Sur vey a couple of years ago. at the point where the 141 6t meridian crosses Forty Mile Creek A fetone post was erected at the ipot....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

THE MORKOfG TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1897 STtmctf (M0K2CTNC, EVEHTNG ASD STJXDAY.) Tie Washington Times Company. STELSON HUTCHINS. President Htrcciiixs BurLuixc. Hew Ycrk Office: 2000 Tract Bailflinr. S0BSCEITXION RA.TES. WONTIIXY. BT Cahhieii: Horning, Evenhigand Snnday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents BV MJMU One Year, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, 5.00 Six Months, " " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " L75 One Year, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Six Months. " " " 2.25 tThree Months, " ' " 1,25 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Six Months, " " " 2.25 Three Months, " " " 1.25 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders, by mall must be accompanied by subscription price. Teuu'HOXks: Editorial Ilooms, 486; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. Tlic circulation oThe Times for the teeek ended Saturday, July 31, 1897, teas as JbHows: Sunday, JuiiSS. 25,922 Monday, JWjr S. 39,900 Tuesday, Jul? T 40,18i WwUneeiay, Juiy S3 40.GS0 Thursday, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

THE MOBJSXffG- TI31ES, THURSDAY, ATJGHTST 5, 189T. y . 8 I.AJSSBURGH & BRO. 8 BOYS' TAM. O'SHANTER 8 g ------- 0 S CAPS, 25c. -I- Among the lot you will g 5 find some that sold as g 8 high as 98c g Boys' Cloth, Leather and $ K Duck Golf and Bicycle g Caps lac. 59c for Shirt Waists g worth all the way fe4 uptoS2.98. S a 96c for White Duck 8 g Skirts worth S2. f These and ever so many more g K good values await yourcoming. g 0 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. i iS o EXTORT HIGH "WATER MAUK. Last FlffMl Year the Largest in tbo Coantrj'ft History. Tables about to be -published by the Bureau ot Statistics in connection with Uie monthly summary of finance and com merce will show that the fiscal year ended June 3o was toe largest in Uie TiUlorj of domestic exports, tlie value ot which readied $1,032,01)1,300. The next largest was tbc jcar 1892, when they amounted to 1,015,732.011. Ilic in create over exports or the preceding year amount? to $1GS,800.S13. There has been a considerable Increas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

THE HOENING TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1897. LOST II TIE QUE Senators Played a Great Game Willi the Trolley-Dodgers. TWO TO ONE WAS THE SCORE Jlercer in Fine Form and Had First Class Support Home Club Had Four Errors, Hut one Figured in the Scoring:, the Bridegrooms Earning Both Their Huns. GAMES YESTERDAY. Brooklyu,; Washington, 1 Eleven Innings. Cincinnati, 14; Pitihbarg, 3 First game. Cincinnati, 1; Pirtsburg, 4 Called. Louisville, i); Cleveland, O For feited. Louisville, 7; Cleveland, 4. St. Louis, 13; Chicago, 12. . GAMES TODAY. Baltimore at Boston. v York at Philadelphia. FJttbbnrg at St. Louis. Cleveland at Chicago. W. I. Pet Boston 58 26 .690 Baltimore.... 53 27 .663 Cincinnati 53 28 .654 New York...49 31 .613 Cleveland.... 45 39 .536 LbC PhiladelpMa..41 45 .477 Pittsburg 38 45 ,458 feCS Chicago 40 48 .455 LomsYille 40 50 .444 Brooklyn. 35 48 .422 Washington... 31 53 .369 St. Louis 23 66 .25S Brooklyn, Aug. 4. Anything like a hit at certain stages of the game today would hav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

THE MOEXING TLMLES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1897. M . - MONKV WANTEU AXB TO LOAN. LOANS 7roinS5 to 50 to reliable parties; also money advanced on bicycle3. Koora , Central Bldg.,cor.9th and Pa. avc. aw. auG-7t WANTED Anvonc furnishing me villi 51,200 Tor I lie Klondike country, I will give them half of tlie receipts of the mine ir I secure one; ould like to make boat lcaviug San Francif-3 August 15. Ad dressALASKA, tills oflice. au4-5t WANTED To borrow 52,000 for one year on ample security; "0 per oiflt com. paid: o risk. For particulars addret-R meto., mis ornce. au3-3t WANTED S9.000 irom a private paitv on private and business property on N l. ave lor 5 vears at 5 per cent, no agents, security ample. Address OWNER, thin office. jyl-6t 310NEY AT 5 1'EH CENT on ical es tate in D . C Ko delay. Terms reason able. HEISKELL & McLEKAN, jy 1m 1008 r 6t. nw. 11. K. FULTON'S loanomce. l-lSPa. ave. nw., moaevioaued on watches, diamonds, lewelry. silver ware, etc. apll-om i -.. ..in, .,. innv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 August 1897

V THE MORNING TIMES, -THUJISDAT, AlrGUST 5, 1897. . EN'S and Youths Sack Suits, Woolen Bicycle Suits, and all Shoes for Men and Boys OFF regular prices. You cannot afford to miss this sale. i Robinson & Clicry Co., 12th and F Sts. N. W. CLOTHES. FUiKISHinGS. HATS. SHOES. City Brevities. A live Tox was caught yesterday by A- W. Woltf, 1 the rear of Ms btorc. Ko. 512 G street northwest. "Xhe Virginia Republican Association held amee'ing on Tuesday evening, at the headquarter, No. 023 r street northwest. jBeveral iwunds of bauuge and butter were stolen from an lea cliot at tlie lionie or XhmticU Bllib, Canal Road, niglit befow last An open face nickel-plated watch was Btolen from ttie vest pocket or William A Tinley, 1&33 Sixth Mrcet northwest, yes terday Franl Huffln, colored, pleaded guilty to thcdiargeor housebreaking yesterday, and was Jieid Tor the grand Jury under bond of $ol)0. H. Q'Hgley, 911 Sixth street south west, reports Ktolen jetcrday a hay horse, which wf hooked ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

TrS- "WEATHER PROBABILITIES. The Circulation of THE TIMES Yestarday "WAS For the District of Columbia, fair till " Saturdan-northerly winds, becoming vari able. USD. 1,234. WASHISTGrTCOT, FRIDAY MOKNIN AUGUST 6, lSOT-EIGHT PAGrES. OXE GENT. MIDSUMMER MADNESS DIE IT THEIB POST OF DUTY MT MATANZAS. RACE FOR THEGDELETCUPS The Navahoo Proves Victorious Over the Vigilant. Prominent Washington Business Men Severely Attacked by the Complaint. Brave Firemen Meet Death in a Chicago Conflagration. FIVE MEN KILLED, MANY HURT COLONIA HAS A WALKOVER NO FATAL RESULTS FEARED r - BTT :' mht mimt& 3 60J5 f C0PIE3 The People Are Deeply Inter cepted in the Cae, "Which Mouub r Much to Theui Full Details Are Given Below. Midsummer madness! 'That's what every merchant In the city who I Interested calls it. It's, rutting them to the quick to watch the midsummer madness or Mayer TetUt In reducing every article in their great double btcres and annex, 415-417 Seventh btreet, to less than they can usu all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

.XA0- -fife, f-k -a v- -v- - 'feS' 'ft-H. i- Vs "-4y TJBCE JMOHNlKGr TIMESriFRIPAY, AUGUST 6, 1897. PISTOL FAILED TO EXPLODE Saloonkeeper Steve Collins 4t tQW)ts to Kill Win. Iideliu. DOMESTIC TROUBLE THE CAUSE Victim Badly Beaten Willi the JJntt ol the Weapon Was 12 m i,Ioycd hy 2Irft. CofMo to Pro tect Ue-i "lfroui Her Tlosband The tnsnHuut Loclied Up. Tin" quiet nelglirsorlioad of Second anil Tan Capitol streets was thrown into a fetal or great exoitemont early last e en mg by the spectacle or a man with Wood fctrcaaiing dwu his face staggering out or a yaid onto the pavement, as lie en deavored to evade the rain of blows and laccs-fchewcred upon him by an infuriated assailant. lue "rictisr. of tlic brutal assault -was "WiUuuM Edelin, :i former detective, and Lis assailant was -Steve" Collins, the vell-fcuown Seventh-street saloon-keeper. Pnsserby haw the wounded man attempt to "wipe the tilood from his eyes as lie groped about blindly, but Uiis did not de ter Coihas t roia conti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

'iM tyX1 " f 2& tT f- Wjj. THE lOItNlSTGr TIMES, EJMDAY", ATJG-UST 6, 1897. 3 GARB BEHIND PRISON BARS Rosa Robinson's Brutal Assailant to Answer for His Crime. S GAPTURED BY A CITIZEN Routed From His Hiding Place in a IC Streot Attic, He Is Run Down in a Northeast "Woodhhed " Held In Heavy Hail Denies His Guilt. James Carr, accused of felonious assault opou illt3 eleven-year-old Rosa Eobinson, Epent la&t night isafely behind the bar at the District jail. The police and tlie public, for the first lime in nearly two weeks, since lie committed tlie horrible crime, arc certain of his -whereabouts, and consequently a considerable burden is lifted from the shoulders of the officials. His capture at 8 o'clock yesterday morn ing by a citizen just outbids a.shed in the rear of No. 229 K street northeast, however, reflects little credit upon those who wore primaiily responsible for his escape. Ne-vertheless there has been a, disrofciaoa on the ,part of some of tlie better detectives a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 August 1897

THJB aiOmSTKETG- TIMJEg;yjFflIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1897 he in ii in. tttmttf (XOKVIXC, EVENING ASD SUNDAY.) BY The Washington Times Company. J3TLLSON UUTC1IINS. President Htrrciiixs Building. JTew Tori Cflice: 2000 Tract Building. SunscnrriiON ISates. Monthly, jjy Carmen: Morning, Evening and Sunday, Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday... .Thirty-five Cents Evening .and Sunday.. ..Thirty-five Cents JJV MAIL. One Xear, Morn., Eve. and Sunday, $5.00 Six Months, " " 3.00 Three Months, " " " " 1.75 One Yrar, Morning and Sunday 4.00 Sir Months. " " " 2.25 Three Months. " " " L23 One Year, Evening and Sunday. ... 4.00 Sir Months, " " 2.25 Three Months, "" " 1.25 Sunday only, one year...-. 1-00 Orders by mail must he accoinpanlod by subscription price. TMLurnONES: Editorial Booms, 486; Business Office, 1G10. Circulation Statement. 27m: circulation pTius Times for the week ended Saturday, July SI, 1897, teas at olletos: Sunday, JulyS5 23.922 Honday, July S3. 39,900 Tuesday, July 7 40,181 H'edneIajf, J...

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