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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE WA GTON TIMES washijStgto, t. c, suday ovtoitDsna, jtjlx 21, 1895. 4 "H"TI " 1&.T" SfeEfe? Be 9 m rL h Part B Swell Sotwj h I Uncle Sam's Dark Gave Down Under the Gapitol Region of Perpetual Gas Light Where the Odds and Ends are Stored and Ventilating- Machinery is Placed. Our great "Midsummer Closing-out Sale" is different entirety from the man- prevailing- "Clear ing Sales" of shop-worn and broken sizes of shoes. Notwithstanding- the great advance in leather prices, every size, stj-le and kind of Shoes in our 3 Houses is offered at a reduced price to clear out shelves of their present contents before arrival of Fall Stock, It is a growing- sale many oi our patrons wisely buying 2 and 3 pairs of a size in anticipation of later hig-her prices more persons finding- out daily how great the values are we are offering at such low prices, as follows: For these $1 values- Hisses' Kid Patent Tip Sandals, with bows. Ladles' Ilusset Goat Durable Oxford Ties, round or square toes. 95c...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

-mE WAsnixGTOr times, :sunday, jult 21, isos. 10 For Cloljteri' SUMMER INTERVALS OF SE CLUSION AND OF THOUGHT. The Episcopal Convents of --St. Mary Attract Scores of Fashionables. That the oty woman finds time for leligiou meditation a well as lor lll, opera.. lHwliKUh, and dinutMs is a fact vvuli wfeich Uv: people, peibaps. are famil iar It i- a fact, however, that as regularly 4SB tlR' inotrUu. ol June and July como ,roumi ntauv indie, begin to anticipate rxflvioj; tux-f not of invitation, ihMied ! the com lit of the order or St Mary -onveuu, m.iUivi1 ail over the country, Xortti. South, I5att, ami Wct. T1km retreat, have taken place annually rr the lat twenty -five jearb, and have pen attended liy a great number of ladies There is never lews than fifty or sixty present, many of whom are well known in jjocuty It is aHt(i a ' week's, retreat." although, the actMHl tune is only about thiee daj,; that ib. the reueat commences at Ves pers Moudav evening, iiMinllj as near St. John the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE WASnXSTGTOiN TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1895. 11 ae MS; There is no use traveling miles away from Iiome to find a starting point for a summer outfng," began tbeartibt, after the angler and botanist had exhausted their Fupply of desonptives on their ideal re sorts ""We can htart from our very doors, and spend a vacation such as you never dreamed of Charter a eaual boat and take a cruiso on the Chesapeake aud Ohio Think of the comfort and delight of such travel. No dust, nofcmoke, nonoisc.nocrowds", charm ing sceuery from tho first lock above Georgetown clear to Cumberland, and the best provisions the country affords fresh from the garden and dairy all the way We can Jive out of doors, make sketches, find specimens, and above all study the life cf a strange people " Neither of tho other two had thought of iheoid canal, wlih its slow mules and dingy boats, as a pleasure resort before, but tlie idea was so novel that they "Were at once imbued with the spirit, and an hour Feortliisr tli...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

Xir-. .? . .4 JPSE AgmisTGTO tfUMES, gUDAY; JXTLI? Si, 1S9I ottem HpoDsm it tie French Capita It. fJL (Copyright, If fl5. bv Pncheller, Johnson i, Bacbeller j ARIS. July 10. Hvpnojlm has tome good sides. Most ot these ha-vc been devel oped in Paris. Hut it is also in Paris that the awful dangers of tins new force are most vividly real ized. Tins ib tlie f statement of the case so made hi the must oiriuent medi cal awn in France "Within the jear hypnotism has three lluios apprarod in the evidence in murder trials m Europe once in Prance, once in Germany and once in Belgium In all three trials the fact that hypnotism might have been U6ed for the commission of cninos was woll established, whether or not It was proved that it actually "was neod In England it has thrice appeared, ance in a cat of burglary jewelry rob bery by a young woman of family and posi tion, and here the case was well estab lished once in a case of criminal outrage, cud once in a case of forger and mis appropriation...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

THE VASKrN'GTOr TUriSS SIHSTDAT, JCXT 21, 1893. 13 -"he WLth ill L aBOH CIHCLES . i i Hatters of Interest to Organize!! Wsrkingmen of the District. iiEETIXGS FOn THIS WEEK. SENDAY. JULY 21. ClownitMa Typographical Union, No 101 'TyjKKrmphicaS Temple. L A. 4JJ0fc, K. of L., MiihJpiaiB Elks' Ea!i,Kttli street and Pennsylvania avenue 110NDAY.3OLY 22 L TJ , Xo 180 -Brotherhood of Car piiiur atd Joiners' Hall,4 627 Massa chusetts aVCMUC L A , 1743, K of L Journeymen Plas teii' -Plasterers' Hall, Four-aud-a-haiCin3etfttdPeiMisj-lvafl.a avenue L A., 1238, K of L., Plasterers' Lathers Ham. HJ1. SvU and D street L A ,3456.K ot L..Cnrriagenud Wagon Ml:er. llMMCties Hall, 314 Eighth btrcct TUESDAY, JULY 23 Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, Potrw1-a-hHlf ulrect and Pennsylvania ISuiUMug Tiadcs' Council Typograplilc.il Tempt c. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21 L A., 20S1, Tin and Slieet Iron Work ersPlasterers Hall PajK-r Hanger' Protective Association Harris Hall, Seventh and D streets. L A. 1173 K. of L...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

14 THE WASnilTGTO TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1895. Satisfactory Clothing, For Little Money! that is the kind we sell, and that only Our expenses are small no rent to pay none of those thousand and one items of expense that compel the down-town clothier to charge you higher prices What's the consequence? Just this: You can come and get your clothing at one third less money for the same quality. Does not this appeal to your pocket-book, you family man ? Serge Suits going very fast. $7.50 to $15.00. I tma a cb 738 Seventh St. BY & BANKERS, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. LOCAL OmCES: Met. Bank Building, 7th & P Sts., 7th St. & Va. Ave, Lone Dlst 'Phon, 003 FIXA3TCIAI. Workingmen and others whose occupations prevent them rrom making deposits during regular banking hours will find it con venient to viejt the Mm Savings Bank, 1222 FSi.N.W. which in open EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT bot ween the noureof C and8. l Four per cent, interest ou savings OCCOJUt ) Storage Warehous...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

X11JE W-JlSJXllSrGKrOjtf TIMES,, klTiNfDAY JULY 21, 1S95. 15 Per Word Per Word One Gent fi No advertisement less than 10; No advertisement less than lO No advertisement less than 10c it . 008 uBflt Word No advertisement less than 10;. S ilsii Pftsil1 Per mm belli word l No cdvcrtiscmcnt less than 10s. OfiO GSIlf Word Noadvcrtbjomcntlesi than 103. No advertisement less than 10s. SUM MBit RESORTS. DEER PARR AM) OAKLAND, On the Crest of the .HcglicnIo3. (Mam Line B, & O. B, R.) 6EASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1895 Rates $60, $75 and $00 a month, accord leg to location. Furnished cottages, -with Jaci'itles for housekeeping, If desired. 5-150 to $000 por season. Address GEORGE 23. DoSHIELDS, Manager. Cumberland. Md. COLVJNIAL BEACH -or sale, clieaii for ca4i. 2 lots on Hune Itaj . 100x300 deep, enclosed V a Rood feuce Inquire of MR GUIL FORD, AdautV Express, Gtu and Ya iv bw jy21-3t WOODLAWN. Rocfcyille, Md ; with ail niKieni conveniences, lighted with jras liaUis. etc . large rooms and shad...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 21 July 1895

16 THE WASHiyGTOy TIMES, STHSTDAY, J10XY 21, 1895. 232: Ih fAhb!bs I S3 SB nfl I !B n b&&E Sthand Market Space. Saved is a Penny Earned. Our Prices permit you to SAVE, EARN, SPEND At the same time. A Big Name about "Washing ton, especially upon such "snaps" as these F USSbIbARS P?v Rose Buttermilk Soap.... 4G Cuticura Soap 1 2G 4711 Glycerine Soap 3c Packer's Tar Soap 3G Toilet Soap, Turkish Bath, Palm, Elder Flower, Brown Wind sor, &c dG La Parisienne Glycerine Soap (per box) 9G Violet Toilet Water (3j oz. bottles) 21 C Violet Toilet Water (S oz. bottles) 42C Florida Water (per bottle) 6 c Florida Water (large bot tle) I3g Rubifoam Tooth Wash. . 7c Bovine Tooth Wash (small bottle) 1 5C BovineToothWash (large bottle) 33C Swan Down Face Powder 5 G Best Triple Extracts, all odors (per ounce) 1 5G Brine your bottles. Imported Bristle Tooth Brushes 9C Fine Rubber Dressing Combs 5C Best Toilet Water (screw cap bottles) 9g Best Toilet Waters (large bottle screw cap) 42G Bay Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

mes wa-v- ; s "Ctre IJou IDitfy 5or Oeap as? VOL. 2. jSTO. 492. WASHIGrTODST, D. C, MONDAY MOBNESTa, JULY 22, 1895 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. REBELS WERE REPULSED NOT A SIDE DOORJAS OPEN IRf HOLMES 111 CAUGHT IN BAD COMPANY Indians Believed to Have Caught a Party of Them. -ONE IS A WASHINGTON MAN Talbot E. Pierce Was of the Geologi cal Expcdltlon.UnderProf.natcber, Which "Went Into "Wyoming Fears That the Bannocks Have Captured tbeSmdents Troopsto limit Them. Talbot Pierce, of this city, a '96 student or Princeton College, is one of a party from that institution forming a geological ex pedition under Prof. Hatcher, -which is be lieved to have fallen into thehandsof Bannock Indians in "Wyoming. Denver. tl., July 21. It is feared litre that a party of Princeton students have fallen into ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

-TTSW1W; iC ' THE WASHETOTOltf TIMES) MONDAY, JUXY 22, 1895. 0 AM I TsxTKZMiaiBuatrMJ'LV.GX e-jflrtflfjjr rw&B.r-w. 1 Listen to iat&ana' F and rioventh fits Storajo Warehouses JSd St uoar 1L Try "LA ItEINK" rOLISH ou your Jurnituro. It's Uio boat Furnituro polish we know of bettor than any v o'exer lind or tisod until wo dis covered thia. 5 cents a bottlo and money rofundod if the polish doesn't act aa wo soy it ttIIL SUMMER NECES SARIES Things that in their place regulate sunlight, modif' heat, please the e3e, grace city or countrr homes or seaside cottage these things we specialize in hot weather, and prices touch the pocketbook so gentry as to soothe never irritate it. AWIXGS of overy sort, for every use. Our man will call witlisainples to estimate. Good AWS1SGS, 53.59 and more LOOSE COVERS to protect uphol stered furnituro. Lots of pretty matorials that'll bo made up forlesd than it would cost you to buy and make them up yoursolf. wntE WINDOW SCUEEXS. adjus table to any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

TIIE WASHINeTOIT TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1895. 1 - " i i I , . . The pick of $3, $4, $5, and $6 "odd" trousers left from suits for $1.65. The pick of "odd" coats and vests left from $10, $12, $15 and $20 suits for $5. '0 Abundance of the "tissue weight" pongees, alpacas, serges, linens and white flan nels in suits and coats and vests. Too anxious to build up a big business to ask as much as the others. Parker, BridflBt & Go,, 315 7th St. N. W. ROAD RECORD AGAIN BROKEN Quick Time Made by Parks Between Baltimore and Washington. Jno Hours mid rorty-Mjven and One Bnlf Minutes' Record ql "Waul nnd Wood Fhster Knocked Out. At present Mere seem s considerable doubt as to who holds tlie Baltimore-Washington road record Tlie tact that there "arc ;vo routes between the two cities helps mater ially to inuease the doubt and by do means akls in the solution or the problem aa to which of the several riders belongs the record claimed One road via Ashton is said by some to be fort -nine and hy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

THE WASHISTOTOUST TIMES, MONDAY, JTJLX 22, 1895. ts hBWasMnSlonTimes OWNED AKD ISSUED BT !the Washington Times Company, TJMEi BCTLDING, 60ctowest coestk peh-kstltama avesck xkd Tenth Street. Telcphono Editorial Rooms, 435. Business Office, S37. Trlco, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition v Threo Cents - By the month .".Tnlrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JULY 22, 1895. Subscriber to "The Time-." will confer n favor by promptly report liic nny HbCimrtisy of collector., or ne loet of duty on t be part of t be currier. Com pin 1 nt cither by mall or in per son will receie prompt attention. Papers should bedellercd to ull part, of the city by (1:30 o'clock cicli morn ins, including Sunday. "The Wn.hlmrton Time." 1. a mem ber of the Itoehdule Co-operative So ciety. TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOU. Summer Out luce. Will Xot Uo En joyed Unle., It Goe. Alous. The slimmer tide of pleasure and lioalth eelier. ba set In toward mountain, spring, and .ea.hore. .No plan for the -ea.on!s out Ins will b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

THE "WASmKGTOtf TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1895. 5 Lansburgh&Bro i i t ? ? f THIS SKIRT, SI.48. f mzz f This elegant light weight Walking Skirt, made of fine French Black Sateen, guar anteed to hold color. Full umbrella style, extra wide, with two deep flounces fin ished with six rows of Cording, giving the Skirt a stylish effect. Perfect fitting yoke with draw string $1.48. ORDERS BY MAIL from our out-of-town friends received for this Skirt, or any goods. We attend cheerfully to any commissions for sam ples or any desired information from our out-of-town trade. I WkA ctvtf. f 420, 422, 424, 425 7tl St Do You Own a Baby? Until 6 o'clock next Saturday night, July 27, we shall offer every Baby Carriage in our entire stock Pay when you please weekly or monthly no notes no Interest. Keep your eye on these special sales we are doing more business than any three Furniture houses In the city of Washington- GROGAN' Mammoth Credit House 819-821-823 7th St. N. W. Between H and I Sts. FItOil ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

THE WASHISTGTCXN TIDIES, JkEOPAY, JULY- 22, 1895. o 43 First Bate -OF Now Ready for You to Call For at S. A. TAYLOR'S Photograph Gallery. Below we give the num bers of the first lot of The Times' photographs that are ready finished and mounted: If your number is on this list kindly call at once at the gallery, corner 15th and G streets, and take your pho tograph, free, with the com pliments of The Times. If 3rou don't see your nuin- ber yet don't worry. Each daT a list will be printed giving the numbers of all those that are read Above all, do not go to the gallery until you see Tour number printed, as the con fusion and delay caused br looking up pictures that are not finished is very great. Ties' PllOtOS. No. No. o. 88 1008 1-2 1203 1125 143 1" 094. 398 1189 53 1027 1007 392 1277 1404 47 1404 128 1230 10(f4 01 1058 OfiO 1272 1577 1570 155 993 2G0 1249 1083 1124 018 112 1280 132 1493 984 77 1188 1588 181 1120 1009 80 2007 1515 90 970 1105 . 213 U278 89 1281 201 209 125 1 0 110 37 O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1895. er;n Pont per 118 UGlil Word No advertisement less than 10c. Per Word PER Word Per word No advertisement less than lOa No advertisement less than lOo- No advortisoment less than lOo. Ooa Pflnt Ona Piiitt per 00 belli Word No advertisement loss than 103. One Gent A No advertisement less than 10s. ! Oae Cent & No advortLaamcnt loss than tOa. STJMJUER RESORTS. DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, On the Crest of ths Allcghcnics. Main Line B. & O. B. B.) SEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd, 1803. Bates S60, $75 and SCO a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, -with facilities for housekeeping, if desired, 450 to $600 per Benson. Address GEORGE D. DcSHIELDS, Manager. 1 Cumberland, Md. 2OTOB.AC BAT-A w Place, op puMtc Wltkersnn's, beautifully located for Miminvr boarding; table abundantly furntatood; boating, bathing, fishing, etc.; terms low. C. C. WFLlvERSON. Prop., jy22-5t Colonial Ueach, Va. COIAJNT.A.L. BEACH-T'or sale, cheap lor cali. 2 lots on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 22 July 1895

ffffff WASHINGTON TIMES, KONDAY, JULY 22, 1895. COMEr To-day and see if you can find a fit among these odd sizes of $10, $12, and $15 Suits and Odd Coats and Vests of $15 $18, and $20, and even $25 Suits. If you find your size you'll surely find a rich bargain, for you can help yourseii at $5.00 : Either for Suits or Goats and Vest, This is just for three dars, commencing to-day, and to guide tou we will give again the sizes we have left: Snihci IIHUIHHI Li 1 lb (33 34 36 37 38 39 40 42 44 46 CftOt And Wopti -- i lldil dllll fCbl (37 38 39 40 42 44 46 50 At $2.25 3rou can probably be trousered from the Odd lot of $4, $5, and $6 pants. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. f;t?j aren't 3'ou? He's got credit Anybody can. l ne beauty :?: mn '.?.;. "X"' Wm -?.'jBv-'V'He9m"-;'-:M' ii-'-vMB Bus! "CREDIT IS J OUR CREED." J 'P is that it g-ives you all the FURNITURE CAR PETS MATTINGS-, DRAPERIES and just the kind of a REFRIGERATOR and BABY CAR RIAGE 3rou want just the same as if 3-011 h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 July 1895

Ctrc XJou VOitli 5or (f?eap as? VOL. 2. 3STO. 403. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. FEEBLESS COP DEFEHOEB Hew Yacht Again Defeats the Old Champion. CLEARLY OUTPOINTS HER At Only Oiio Fart of the Race Did Vigilant Seem to Have u Cliuiice. In a Light Breeze She Crept Ahead Put Only Held the Advantage r Moment. (By Associated Tress.) New York, July 22. The secondlrial tliat the DefeudorhadinNew York Avatorsngain&t the Vigilant to-day only furnished more evidence that the new bout is better tliaii the old Ju light weather. They sailed over n triangular course outside of Sandy Hook and were tested in pretty nearly vvcry kind of sailing. They Marted out before the wind; before they had got naif way on the journey of tlie first leg of ten utiles, they were sailing with the wind over the quarter; before they got to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 July 1895

THE TVASHIK&TOT TIMES; TUESDAY, JTJLX 23, 1895. 2 IE RJfi TODAY CARSON STILL THE LEADER S K bi i i iff a 1 w OSES (QMS F and Eloveuth Sis. Storago "Wnreliousos :2d St near it Ride an "IMPERIAL" nhcel-tho "go-llghtly" kind. We soil it aro solo 11. C agents for it. "Wo show all models Call or write for a catalogue. AWNINGS coax con stant currents of cool air ! .$&jjfr llie3T rePel tlie sun invite 'K' the breeze rtj--v-i 4-k c ii "i i'l I Sand beautify any windows t h e y grace. We make all sorts of AWNINGS for Good ones for as every use little as $2.59 better ones for more. Oao or our men will call with samples of materials If you dosiro it And lie can give you, at your door, any esti mates you may wish. The most bewitching jewelry imaginable is here at my store; especially solid silverware which is now so fashionable. Belt Buckles, Heart Lockets, and Waist Sets. I have all sorts of beauti ful things in silver, both use ful and purely ornamental. My stock of Ladies' Watches is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 July 1895

THE :ASWGrf6 TIMES,, TtTESlJAr, JTfLY S8, 1895. a f j -' ' J- ii i i i . .at 9TZ vH?" ""'Pwts HHBpPBWBpiWMMflTwt jmSumMKStlKnA jBr3f9B3ISSKKKKH9999fSStKtKK3SKtKKKBKKtf9K - r ' r ' " 1 1,ot ill 'MSh be because we are togged out in "Tissue-weights." And so should you be, so long as they are selling for a songl Pongees, Linens, "Old Kentucky" Tow, Al pacas, &c. Maybe you can find 'em thin enough in these "odd" Coats and Vests that were $10 to $20, which are now going at $5. "Odd" Trousers left from $10 to $20 suits for $1.65. Don't want 'em any cheaper, do you? Parker, Bridget & Go,, "Where you can get your money tack"' 315 7th St. N. W. Don't Take Chances When You Buy a Wheel I Buy one with a reputation on that 'lives up to its reputation." "CRES CENT" BICYCLES are beet Over IOO.OjO riders think them bo Record brealtera and pleasure eeekors alike ride them. Take a look and you'll see 1vhy J40 to $90 Western Wheel Works, "Washington Branch, Cor Mnth and U Streets X. W. J. F. He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 23 July 1895

THE WASHDTGTOK TIMES;. TUESDAY, JTJI,X 23, 1895. ThBWasWnstonTimBS EVEKT JUT 3X THE YEAE.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, Eournwrsr Cokner 1'en-nsyi.vanu. Avexce jlxd Tenth Stkeet. Telepliono Editorial Rooms, SS. Business O nice, 337. Trice, Dally Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Threo Cents. By the month ..Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, 3TLY 23, 1595. Subscribers to "Tlio Times" will confr a favor by promptly reporting nny disomirtony of collectors, ir ;; l(K-t of duty on the part oftlie currier. Complaint either liy mall or in per son will receive prompt attention. Papern h1iou11 1o delivered to all parts or the eity by 0:30 o'elook eaoli more liijr. Including Sunday. "The Washington Time" is a mom. 1er of the Jtoehdalo Co-operative Society- TA1CK THE TIMES WITH YOU. Summer Out lass "Will Not Tie En joyed "Unless It Goes Alons- The summer tide of pleasure-and Ileal th-seeUers lias set In toward mountains, springs and seashore. .Vd plans for ...

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