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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

JH" THE TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1895. 13 mjiammmmxmmmmM mmmmzmgmm 1 -JS 3$i ' M X J$ dainty shell of birch, with Us crimson live who isn't Irresistible. Pretty, slen- CHVJkP a Sf3 . $ 4&51S ' cushions, as if she were an Indian girl der girls, with brilliant mobile faces JkEL ,y jfirml -5? 1 &W31, bred to the woods and the -waves. Her seem to be drawn here by instinct, and S?3? 'MiSSr & $l favorite excursion is to Long Forcu- among them all Miss Julia Dent Grant, 7fyfa&2F& Ji MBk. V3I Pine, whose cleft and caverns give room Col. Fred Grant's beautiful daughter, 2 "''MllStmsi&S 2E& -?9l jJSL for a whole summer's explorations. comes near to being the reigning belle. I 4$ JltU ''aMxgty J sfc. 8k Jb ' Another expert with the paddles Is Miss Grant is one of the best dressed I $&S i ft ,' WET' CI, $ (WZl Mrs. John Jacob Astor, who, while she girls at Bar Harbor, as well as one of the k&S WhfW vyillrwSs r EX t, was here, sometimes handled the dainty pre...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

14 THE TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST. II, 1896. GREAT SHOW AT ATLANTA It Will Be Second Only to the World's Fair. BUILDD? GS NEAELY FINISHED Fine Structures Erected by the Various States A $200,000 Building. (Copyright,lSfl5, liy Bacheller, Johnson & Bacheller.) On the 18Ui of next September there -Rill be opened nt Atlanta, Ga , ilie Cotton States and International Exposition, an affair that lias attracted considerable attcn tJou from its inception, but which Is, even now, not cmpreiiended in its entire magni tude by one jwr cent of the people of thin, couniry . Jt ib an exposition of Southern parentage, but it is not a Southern exposi tion "We have become so accustomed in the North to thinking of the South as a country where there is nothing to be been save in TlorUla and New Orleans that it is alnnwt impossible for us to .realize that there is a great people doivn there who have more energy, stick-to-lt-ivcness and vitalitj Ihaiiniany Northerners. TheSouth has been a sealed book to u...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES, SUNDAt, 1AUGUSV 11, 1895. 15 AKOYELIST'S SUMMER HOME Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Lives by the Shore GEXTLE EXISTENCE IS HERS An Afternoon With One of the Most Successful of American Writers. LOUCE STEIt, Mass., Aug. 2, "Wild roses and gold en rod blossom sido by Bide. Could one see such a sight anywhere on the face of tho earth away from Cape Aim? The promise of early summer never fades until tine fuiniltnent of autumn, for how otherwise could even tho sturdy New Englander bear up against the hard ratefulness of the granite rocks and the steady booming of the uuforgolten eca? The scent of sweet bayberry Is In the air, the baked masts of the fishing ischooners rise above tho housetops, and with every step one penetrates further and further into a quaint old new world. An August pilgrimage to the summer home of Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps-Ward Is not to be forgotten In n life-time. The trolley, which has claimed every highway and by-way in New England for its own, has tried to...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

1 THE TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST II, 1895. i 16 IN R HOLLOW- MTSrzixmi. BY BRET HAItTE, Author of tho "Luck or Roaring Camp,' ' Two Men of Sandy Bar," &c. Copyright, 1605, by Bret Harto, CHAPTER I. It "was very dark, and tho -wind "was In creasing. The lastgust had been preceded by an ominous roaring down the whole mountain Bide, -which continued for some time after the trees in the little valley had lapsed into silence. The air was filled with a faint, cool, sodden odor as of 6tfrred forest depth. In thoso intervals of silence the darkness seemed to increase In proportion and grow almost palpable. 1'ctoutof this sightless and soundless void now came the tinkle of a spur's rowels, the dry crackling of saddle leathers, and the muffled plunge of a hoof in the thick carpet of dust and desiccated leaves. Then a voice, which, in spite of its matter-of-fact reality, the obscurity lent a certain mystery to, said: "I can't make out anythingl "Where tho devil have we got to, anyway? It's as b...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIME8, SUNDAY, AUGUST II, 1895. 17 f THE HTW "Y Ninons all tlio "G"ues" of nov els which have ap pealed I do not re member one of "Ta!As Without Titles." Yet tbeie may hav been ono, foi many things happon in this world without my knowledge 01 assistance. If tins thins lias not so hupjrfned it would be well woith try ing. Oi tho book might beJaunched without a name and declare itself only if tho le views wojo favorable (might In fact adopt the couiBe tiow followed by "a n on vinous authois.") Yet no t ill's at all or at any time would bj the best, foi titlea aio most trouble some, and it is Btiaus that no body has cut tho knot and boldly i e Jected them alto gether. There is. "Pleasm is an open enoiay m a falsa firand.' of couise, most ample and good precedent fortaking refuge iu the name of the hero or heroine; indeed the iwaetioe is so tiallowed bi great writers that it beems pieeurapuious to suggest that it is, after all. rather a shirking of the difficulty. For a ihto name te...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES, SUNDAY ,ATTG-UST 11, 1895. 18 AWEEKtHUBQBCIBCLES Matters of Interestto Organized Workinmen of the District. 1IEET1XGS FOR THIS WUEK. BUND AY, AUGUST 11. L. A. 1149, K. of L., Douglass Progres sive Association of Eteain Engineers Hall 609 F street northwest. Plate Printers open meeting G. A. R. Hall, PcunsylvanJa avenue; 3 o'clock p. ni. MONDAY. AUGUST 12. L. U., No. 190, Brotherhood ot Car penters and Joiners Hall, G27 Massa chusetts avenuo. L. A. 1044, K. or L., Journeymen Plas terersPlasterers Hall, Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. Joint meeting of L. A. 1748, K. of L., and L. U-, No. 1 , Carpenters and Joiners Society Temple, ritth and G streets north west. L. A. 34CG ,K. of L., Carriage and Wagon Makers Bunch's Hall , No. 3 14 Eighth street northwest. L. A. 1228 K. of L., Plasterers' Lath ersMariners' Hall, opposite Peutz wharf, Beventti street southwest. Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners Costello's Hall, corner of Sixth find G streets north...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES, SUNDAY, ATJGKUST 11, 1890: iy One Gent Per Word One Gent & No advertisement less than 10s. No advertisement less than lOo. One Dent A No advertisement less than 10a. One feni vfi No advertisement less than lOo. One Gent A No advertisement leas than 1 Oo. One Gent A No advertisement less than lOe. One Gent & No advertisement less than 10- StntiCER I1KSOBT8. JOHNSON HOUSE- Colonial Beach, on water fiout; terms reasonable; spe cial rates to parties. Address Mrs. G. E. JOHNSON. aull-7t A FEW summer boarders can be ac commodated for balance of summer at reasonable rates. Address MRS. G. W. NICHOLLB. Boyd'B, Md.. B. & O. au9-3t 8UMMEK boarders at Ralclgh-on-the-Potomac; superb accommodations. S. L. RALEIGH, Ridge, Md, au6-7t BOARD at a farm house ("Melvin riace"); excellent table; fruits, milk, and Ice Jn abundance; fine team. For terms nddressMRS.N.MELVIN.Dufriclds.W.Va. au0-3t POTOMAC BAY A new place op posite Wilkcrfcon's; beautifully located forsummcr boarding; ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 11 August 1895

THE TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1895. a 1 I&HT OF THE PB!Z RIN& ''aUcafcd ft? ate JfaMMiafcM QPffliat. -ft-K ft -fr K- tel.fK', --& -r-& W1 --j- -$M- Jh appreciation of its faithful conduct in fighting for good of thejpeqpla. Ei - ly -Con - Bi-dineWannsher heart that long a - go, Sot the Beg - i --ment a - glow! Sioux luiFIf- ty-nine? Do you some-times think of Gray? I can al -most hear him say, Ei - lyOon - ai-dine. Aft- or Don - aid- son came Hurae; Ha it was who wrote thia verse: Jack HoAuiiffe's Great Bouts ani Successive Victories. EILI GONSIDINE.1 E J ' G1- Pt HE WAS EEVEE DEFEATED J 1"L -- :Last of a Trio of Great Fighters HL Personal Cliaracteriatlci He Mads a Fortune at FIshtlns, but Has No, Money Now-Some Personal Goa sip ot tho Fighters. -J?2- 32: Woods, by ROBERT W. CHAMBERS. Music by EMIL CHRISTIAN!. Andantino. BS SEE y?T (fo 1. At 2. I S. If yJJ f T pad- tho ro -you Chorus. Grazioso. 3 r- 5- k F 3 7t I C nr . " Sweet - er Col - leen ne'er was seen Then Ei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, elves fuller accounts, has mora local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news of the world and all Washington happenings fcr fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn Iner. Evening, and the Sunday Edition. VOL. 2. ITO. 513. IVASnXNGrTCXN", D. C, MONDAY MORNOTGr, AUGHTST 12, 1895. .EIGHT PAGES. 02TE CENT. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Gables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. iiinniT BALTIMORE STORM - SWEPT ii! 01 "II BIEHIOID 9&SKKr m lw. WASHINGTON GRAIN ELEVATOR AND Leliigii Coa! Dumps 2d and Florida Ave. N. E. MONEY SAVERS Don't Miss It. The "Oldest Inhabitant" cannot remember when flour, feed and coal were so cheap. BARGAINS FOR MONDAY, August 1:2, For cash, at Elevator; cart age extra: S3 for a barrel of "Uncle Sam," "The Best o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THE TIMES, MOtfJBiA.Y, AUGUST 12, 1895. ar iieES Eli &Sa $ T and Hoventh Streets. Etorase "Warouaascs 22d st, near 3L Better not put off buy- ins: Sideboards and Chamber Suites until too late in the -week. We expect to clear out a big part of the stock in the next two or three days, and we shall make every endeavor to do it. Prices ,070 a half or a third unJor whuttlioy -were A few Silver articles give an appearance of luxury and refinement to a room especially is this true of a lady's boudoir. Silver toilet articles on the toilet table seem to change the appear ance of the room altogether. Solid Silverware is so cheap now that almost every lady can afford to indulge in some pretty trifles, whose presence brighten up a room, and even make life look a a little brighter. I have made special reduc tions on all my solid Silver ware. C. H. DAVISON, Jeweler, 1105 F Street N. W. JOSEPH BROS. & CO., GS7 LOUISIANA AVE. AUCTIONEERS. Reg-ular sale of Household Fnrniture on Tuesday, Aug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THE TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1895. 3 You'll find this Sporting Goods Store most com plete, even though it is but a de partment of this big There's an charge, too, how to make clothing- store, "old head" in and he knows low prices. 315 7th St. -The reason Colurabias are the finest looking wheels is becau s e they're finety c o ustructed finely finished. They're solid jroodu ess, from the inside of every tube and bar to the out side thereof. THE BEST BICYCLE To ride a Columbia once means to ride one always. You learn to have confidence in the strength of 3our steed of steel. Buy a Columbia if you'd buy the best wheel the wheel that's light strong and handsome. LooV for the Columbia name plate wi the wheels that puss iu tho street, and j ou'll ugree that This is a Columbia 3'ear. District Cycle Co., "Columbia" and 'EiirtfoKT Agents, 452 Pcnn. Ave. KA1X MADE A TIE. BrowiiR and the Hod Played Xeurly an Emmi Game. Cincinnati,, Aug 11 Rni stopped to-dsy's gatne in the hercuth luting with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THE TIMES, MOKDAX, AUGUST 12, 1895. THE TO OVE LUBW ENTS A MONTH S FOIR SO C ThB Washington Times (Mousjsc, Evening, ani Scxdat.) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The "Washington Times Company, TIMES BUILDING, EomnvBer Coiinbk Fessbtlxxsix Avenue and TKNT1I STREET. Tclephono Editorial Booms, 431 Business Ofllco, .137. Tr ce Morning or Evening Edition. ..Ono Cent .Suudvy Edition Three Coats. llontliiy lir Carjier ji' oniing and Sunday.. Thirty-five Cents. Prating Thirty Cents. Momiug, ) J.lllll? ftHdV FlFTT CENTS. fccuday, J WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 12, 1895. Suti-prn,.r to "Tbo Times" will confcT n favor by promptly rportln;r nrv dlwoonrtony of collectors, or neg lect of duty on t ho part of t ho eurrlern. C.i.iiliiiiit -ithor liy nmil or in pert-oil will rcceito prompt attention. T,i: Morii!i Edition lould ho de liverer t all partH of the city ljy 0:30 n'cn.i'U u. in., liioludlnc Scnduy. The T ni us Edition Khould bel:it lie hands of subscribers not later t hun 5:30 x.ui. "Tho "Wiixlilnntnn Tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THE TIMES, MOSTDAY, A.TJGrT7ST 12, 3 895. Lansliurgh & Bro. EtJIlUU"" Come Right in the Procession. The crowds are here. OurSecond Floor is busier than any other part of our house just now. The reason for this is evident. 31 Colored Crc.non Waists. Sizes 34, 36, and 3S in Mile Green, Corn Canary, Old Rose, and Garnet "We sold over 2,000 of these at $1.68. The as sortment is now broken, so take 3Tour choice for 94c. 17 Skirts of same material. A few Black Skirts in the lot. Your choice of these for $1.79. Don't forget the White Duck Skirt, full length and width, for We Are Busy. 87c. : Kow vou are welcome, -whether you come to buy or whether the idea strikes you that you ought not re main awav. See what a Big Store looKs liUc in dull season. It'll set you thinliing. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St This Twice Then Cut it Out I iroVT-"- -" ' T1 T" 'Tim- B ai .-. ea Another feast for housekeep ers! Until closing time next Saturday uight we offer Every 3Tard of Carpet, Every yard of Mattin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THE TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1895. PRAYER OF THE RIGHT SORT THE MOST SKEPTICAL WORK OF THE BUG BUREAU You IO ts talk economy to-day on thl question of Fall Carpotliitf. There's money to bo savod U you Trill learn Jiow. - It's almost disinterested ad vice when we sug-g-est that you come now and look over our Car pet Stock before the new Fall Goods come in with their neces-sarilj- hig-her prices. If you see a pattern you like you need not have it laid now, for we will keep it for rou until later. There's common sense in car pet "buj'ing- now, and much less strain on the bank account than later besides styles do not change so radically as you might carpets are intended to last many years, and quiet patterns are always safe to buy. WASH. B. WILLIAMS. 7th and D Sts. Carpets and Turnlture. Wo haTO received 138 more Fine Salts to le placed on salo at once. Those are a further lot purchased by our Mr. Garner on his trip, and ore in addition to the first 100 Sulta alraady announced and part...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THIS TOIES, MONDAY. AUGUST 12, IS95. One Gent ft No advertisement less than 10a. One Oent & Ho advertisement less than 10 Per Word One Gent A Noadvertljamsnt Iosj than IOj- No advertisement less than 10a. Onn Pon Pes 00 uOOi Word No advertisement loss than 10s. One Cent Z Kb advertisement loss than 10a. US10 uBOf WORD Nosdt'crtlscmcm less than 10a. IIIWIIIIIMIMillll MMIIIM III ! SUMMER RESORTS. JOHKSONHOUSE- Colonial Beach, on -water trout; tenu reasonable; fepe clnl rales to parties. Address Mrs. G. E. JOHNSON. aull-7t JSTjaiMER boarders at Ralclgh-on-the-Potomac; superb accommodations. S. L RALEIGH. Ridge, Md. au6-7t POTOMAC BA3T A new place op incite Wilkertou's; beautifully located for Bummer boarding; boating, hnthlug.fisb Inp, etc.; tab.o abundantly furni&hed; tcrmu low. C C WILKERSON.Frop., 3y30-lmo Colonial lleach, Va. WOODLAWN. Rockvlllc, ild.; with all modern conveniences; lighted -with cas. baths, cXc ; large rooms and shaded lawns; terms moderate; $1 CO per day, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 12 August 1895

THE TIMES, MONDAY, AUG-UST 12, 1893. IF YOU Are going out of town for a few weeks there are several things you will probably need a Blue Serge Coat they are here at $4 $0 S6 an(i $7 a sizes in both double and single breasted. Duck Trousers are now only J 2 f or those which were $4, $3 and for the $2 and $1.50 ones. All Tennis and Outing Coats and Pants are One-third less than usual prices. By all means take along supply it if you haven't one. prices, too. Robinson, Chery & Co I2TH AND F STS. jjj "Removal bm 9 Reductions." WM- There's No Hall-Way Business about this "Removal Sale" of ours. We don't propose to let a matter of money stand in the way of our clearing out every dollar' b worth of stock on hand before it's time to move into that mammoth new store building. We shan't cut but that once has sheared Refrigerators. I..VV Baby Carriages, Mattings are three things you'll never be able to buy as cheap again as we're offering ours to you now. Credit if you want it. O'tf V.K-tA ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 August 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, gives fuller accounts, has more local news, Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES set all the ncvs of. the world and all s Washington happenings for fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing, Evening, and theSundayEdltlon. VOL. 2. ISO. 514. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNINGr, AUGUST 13, 1895.--JEIGHT PAGKES. ONE CENT. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Gables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. BUY THE EVENING TAMES TODAYALL THE N T AND THE WI HQ1ET 'iiiiijf J! il Mlii j . .'ji.i p"j j.ii 1 iL ' Lt'J-,1lL - - WIDE OPflNT 1(11 Big Daily Policy Drawing by Tele graph Across Aqueduct Bridge. UNDER THE SHERIFF'S EYES Brnneh of Hie Kentucky Lottery In F"ull Blast Times Men Discovered the Gambler; in the Buslie-. Hun dreds Go There Daily to Try Their Luck No Fear of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 August 1895

THE TIMES, TUESDAY, ATJG-TTST 13, 1895. Fand El even tU Streets. Storage Warehouses 2M t, near M. The liatt-Yeariy Carpet Clearance Sale, wbicii Una made Carj ot, Hug and Matting prices so notably low, ends Saturday night. Prices then ro Torr to their Usual position. -Not too late to place jour order with us for a set oi LUUSJS UUVJWKS. The3T,ll do more to protect your delicate Parlor Furni ture tliau anything" you can have. Our man will call-upon request from you to ibow samples of materials and quote you prices. The cost will bo less thau if you made the covers yourself. Thia Midsummer Sale of Solid Silverware will hardly last until eitcflbe let all this year's artU'ios are reduced ECAUSE of this Reduction Sale of Solid Silver ware, we have been busy during a season when jewellers generally are doing very little business. It really means something this reduction on all this year's Solid Silver Articles. Ladies can never find a better opportunity to select Silver Toilet Articles, f...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 August 1895

THIS TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 13, 1895. 8 EAD THE'EVENIN ' ON T Here are three items that tell of three big values in Men's hot weather clothes big- enough before reduced in price bigger now that the reduction has been made. Lot 9447, SS White Alpaca Coat and Vest, now $6. Lot 10237 $16 White Cor duroy Suits, now $10. $12 Genuine Calcutta Seer sucker Coat and Vest, now $8. f3t S Pi I t n e parcer. bbim 315 S3' 7th St. -The reason Columbias Jfe" 0THJZ PLATE " MEAN9 3& Vt ar THE BEST BICYCLE are the finest looking wlieels is Decaus e they're finely c o ustructed finely finished. They're solid goodness, from the inside of every tube and"7 bar to the out side thereof. To ride a Columbia once means to ride one always. You learn to have confidence in the strength, of your steed of steel. Buy a Columbia if you'd buy the best wheel the wheel that's light strong and handsome. Look for the Columbia name plat on the wheels that pass in the street, and you'll cgreo that This is a Columbia y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 13 August 1895

THE TIMES, TUESDAY AUGKJST 13, 1895. sar THE TIMES: E LPMW EWTS A MONTH ThBWashiiiQton Times (Mousing, Evening, and Sunday.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES r.CTLDINO. EouTHtrzsr Cokner Phnnsyivania Avenue and Tenth Stkebt. Telephone Editorial Rooms, Hi. Duslness Onicc, .'J3r. rr'ce Momin;;r Evening Edition. ..One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. Monthly by Carrier Mornimj and Sunday Thlrty-flro Cents. Evening .-rThlrty Conu. Moral up. 1 Ev.-ulng and V Finr CENTS. fccuday, J WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 13, 1893. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer n favor by promptly reporting any dioonrty of collector, or noi: lei.i or duty on tliopartoftlie curriers Poi.i plaints either liy inutl or in per oa will receive prompt attention. JTtip Morning Edition hlruuld bo de liverea to nil part of tlto city ly (,:30 o'clock a. in., Including Snnday. Tlio 3S4-iilia;3iditloiiKlioulilloi3llioluiinis or (subscribers not lut er t ban 5:30 p.m. "The "VViishinsioii Timw" is a mon...

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