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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 June 1894

""i--S1 j&ga'ffigaig& V- 8 THE WASHINGTON' TEMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 3. 1894. 4rf5' ' 'S5HV ? A STOCK Of clothing like OURS is not to be picked up any where and everywhere. It requires capital, special talent, and a thorough knowledge of the tastes and needs of the wearers, to provide such an array of rich, handsome, and fashionable garments as are to be seen HERE this season. Suits for dress xor business wear that are equal in every particular to the FINEST custom-made ones, but cost only about one-half as much. For instance, our $15 and $20 suits are made from the same fabrics, are as fashiouabty cut, and as well tailored as those the tailors are making so much noise about at $27 and $35, and OURS will FIT even better than theirs, and you won't find their equal, ready-to-wear, anywhere else, at any price. Robinson, Chery & Co. Twelfth and F Streets. "DEL Sixteen dwellings started this week at DEL RAY, and ten at ST. ELMO. Another excursion to DEL RAY, SUNDAY, at 2.43 P. M., ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 June 1894

-- . - ' t,j.i-v"-'"i5- --n,- r-v " t'SS ftJP!S-aSc:-'FK"i!-s THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASnTtfGTCXtf, D. C, MONDAY MOKNTtfG, JUNE 4, 3894. OXE CENT. vol. i. isro. 79. r TO THE STREET BELOW Sad Death of a Frctty Girl in the City of New York. FIRE IN A TENAMEXT HOUSE Narrow Escape of the Inmates and Three of of Them Are Badly Hurt A Dwarf Burned in a Tire at Ottumwa and Several Injured A Colored Woman Burned. New Yoke, June 3. The crowded tenement pouso at 33 Goerck street caught fire this evening. Sarah Fasslcr. a pretty brunette, 18 years old who llvod with her father, brother and sisters, was killed by jumping from tho root to the street Two other persons were slightly Injured in making their escape. Joseph Bcckman bing taken to Gouevernenr hospital with an injured leg, and Hnry Schumackcr had his ankle badly sprained. Tho Are started by the upsotting ol an oil stove in one of tho rooms on tho third floor. When tho alarm was raised tho tenants be came panic-stricken. Some mado their wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 June 1894

- - -wsr - J" - ;s5fe-.$jb5ar -i.-' twsyi, r5fcf ' i&rgrsSMsx!Z?r!$fz T " T-1" ' i"-.ssi-i-5 SP1 a9fwi'?P5iF,tBS' rwww"35tjaKffYify'5''"."-ri'sl-k 1'tt'j!!' i-y" ' r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1894. s ii' .. - ., ni-1 -"tfii.. . -tiir s. .fsv -ST s TTi- rvi"!.- Js" "-" V""-:?: 4TJ- . " --t(4tf. .x iic-- ' , -V-Vf.. -I .cr . to-t-m-i. 8h.fcMj.TtJ i 3 1 4iJ; ,o V dP--BteAtfV ' The Washington Times (Evert Day jx the Tib) owned axd issued by The Washington Times - Publishing Company TIMES BUILDEKJ, cokxek Elbteoh amd E Streets Kobthwxst. Bctiness Oftob, 431 Eletetiti Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Itooms, 337-3. Business Oface, S37-4 Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. - fJ0i-'Tm i ic WTRTTh PS 1 3? o) COUNCILS WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 4, 1894. Tub oollectors lor The Tims will begin their monthly rounds this morning, and wo urgo upon subscribers to loave tho amount of their Indebtedness (85 cents) at their residences. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 June 1894

pP m-,?m(WMrjiai TeeKmfmesei!fa1itp& WiW8p THEWASHEN"GTON TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1894. s y We Name Three Special Bargains To-day. Ladles' $2.00 Russet Oxfords, all alzss, Only $1.19. Ladles' 2 50 Bright Dongola Tatent Tip Ox fords, all sties. Only $1.39. Ladles' $100 (Hand-sewed Turns) 'Russia Calf tlnchsr Oxfords, all Sixes, Only $1.49. THOUSANDS OF OTHER SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING. THIS SALE AT BANKRUPT PRICES. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET. Remember number, as wo hare no branch store. Columbia Park. Gem of Washington Suburbs. Your choice of any lot 825 for 10 days only; on Pennsylvania It It; also on Chesapeake Beach It It, now building; commutation tare G cents; excursions daily; cash or Installments; send for circular. COLUMBIA PARK CO., No. bi) F st. m. le4-tf A KEW YORK BEGGAR. He Looks Like .Mcphisto ntid Matches Him For Sua ity and Check. A new mumper has appeared among the beggars of City Ilall park within a 'week. He Is craftier than any other member ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 June 1894

fimsiffffemem irSaAiflS THE "WASHTNGTO TIMESr MONDAY, JTJKE 4. 1894. Fifteen Dollars Commands as good a suit of Clothes HJiKJi as S20 does iu arty otlier ready-to-wear store, or $25 in any tailor shop in town, and we give about five times the variety to select from. There are Sack Suits and the new Dove-tail Cutaways, in clay diagonal, blue and black rough cheviot, clay, rough, and smooth serges, and an endless assortment of neat patterns in tweeds, cassi mcres, homespuns, and worsteds, and they'll FIT, too. Try one and see for yourself. Robinson, Gheru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. IN LEAVING TOWN FOR TIIE SUMMER SECURE SAFETY FOR YOUR VALUABLES BY DEPOS ITING! THEM IN TIIE FIRE AND BURQLAIt.rROOF VAULTS OF THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, COR. NINTH AND F STREETS NORTHWEST. 3el-m,w,f 9 THE BEST GAS RANGES. f Q This cool weathor Is un- A Y natural Time for cooking V 9 on a coal ranse is almost A up. First J ou know It 11 bo T Ok terriblo hot, and a Gas A V ltauce will ho absolu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 June 1894

-?Z'?fp&S3sHi- S THE WASHINGTON TIMES 1 VOL.1. NO. 80. WASUDTGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1894. ONE CENT. . j"??; r DEFENSES MADE PERFECT Colorado Miners in Readiness to Meet M the Deputies. BEER KEGS FUtL OF DYNAMITE Mounted Scouts Spreading Out in All Direc tion! Signals to bo Given Striken Will Protect Themselves with Gnus and Bombs Will be Exploded. Ceit-pix Ceeek, Colo., Juno 4. The strik ers have spent the day In perfecting their de enses. Their forces were increased to-day by SOO men, who came from the direction of I'ueblo. Women and children have been streaming towards this place from Tictor and Altinan. Tho miners haTe loadod beer kegs with dynamite, Bcrap-iron and railroad spikes, and havo placed them on tho crests of Globe Hill and Battle Mountain. Tho defensive movements of the strikers have been decided upon, and are about ns follows: Mounted scouts, who are sproad onl in all directions, upon discovering tho advance of the doputlos will hasten to camp with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 June 1894

- -w-ayraWTsa &m&a$8P& fS?S??l 5?Wj58Cj! r&s !'Cll'9U "". fet-? iai THE WASHLffGrTO TIMES. TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Day rj rax Tub) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Fublishing Company TIKES BUILDING, COBXES EtXVSHTH AXD E STRUTS NOBTHWIST. Busnrtss Omci, 431 EtxvrKrH Brrarr N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 337-3. Business Offlce, 337-3. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition .Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five-Cents. fTft"ABFsKff4coON Cliff WASHINGTON, D. 0., JUNE 5, 1891. NOTICE. Stockholders of The WisnntaTox Times are informed that an important meeting will be held at the Typographical Temple at 7 o'clock this evening. Every stockholder should be present. By order of the board of directors. Tnos. A. Mitchell, Secretary. The Weather To-dav. For the District of Columbia and Virginia, uncertain conditions but prbbably without rain; cooler; variable winds. THEY WILL "MOVE OK." Ma. Ward, of Galvln's contingent of com monwealer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 June 1894

mmt'i- - lffr-s3tS! krgjqs&s-s THE WASHTSTGTOIT TIMES, TUESDAY, TCUE 6, 1894. 3 I I You May Not Believe it, lot Nevertlieless Tls True, WE ARK SELLING Ladies' JIM Russet Oxfords forjl 19. Ladies' 83.00 Russia Blucher Oxfords for C1.49. Ladles' 15.30 Tatent Tip Dongola Ox fords for H.S!) . Misses' $00 Russia Lace Shoes for tl.SS. Hen's $5.00 Russia Bala for K.G3. Children's $L25 Dongola Oxfords for69a Thousands of other special bargains during this great sain at Lwi THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. Hmmbr number, M tto hat no branch tor. Columbia Park. Gem of Washington Suburbs. Yonr choice of any lot $C5 for 10 days only; on Pennsylvania It. R.; also on Chesipeake Beach R. IE., uoir building; commutation fare 6U cents; excursions dally; cash or Installments; send for circular. COLUMBH. PARK CO., No. 621 P at nw. 1e4-tf SEAFARING FIREWOOD, Thirty Cords That Ilavo Traversed 8.000 .Miles by Water, and May Go Further. From the Portland Daily Tress. The first cargo o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 June 1894

k v-w(0&fflp&&ffiff&eiijf HRKBaH3HHHn?3HK.4l V.'J: smBFF?mi& J . W'M, ".'JkAJIWWIWM. ?i anu. ' jswrarj FS!U&.-TWK'i;ws5--rb"s r;pTrv.pp), 53,vit.-i-r-i-..."-..k.'a," iP - -s V5.---.-Mtow3?!M"flF3r;'w -.-irCM'U -- '.-- . ---- - . F , V ,T' v 5f !c " "- 'i- 1. ... ' i5 -Ma- THE TVASHOTGTOK TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 5. 1894. THE Center of interest to cloth ing buyers yesterday was our Blue, Black, Brown, and Gray Serges and unlined Tweeds and Cassimeres, and we were kept on the jump all day supplying them, but that's what we like, the more the merrier, and we'll Suit and FIT each and every one of you, too, or we won't even ask you to purchase. Suits, GOOD ones at $io. Better ones at? all prices up to $40, which buys the best suit that can be made. Come in and see them. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. 4 ? f v y v THE BEST GAS RANGES. This cool weather ia un natural. Timo for cooilng on a coal range ia nlmoat up. First ou know It'll be terrible hot, and a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 June 1894

fit,?; !prv; n s THE WASHINGTON TIMES vol. i. :nx. 81. WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY MOENING, JUNE 6,1894. ONE CENT. .- I M'KEESPORT IN AN UPROAR Strikers Rampant and Civil Authori ties Defied. IT IS HOMESTEAD OVER AGAIN Police Are Powerless Non - union Men Hunted Through the Streets and Struck Down Trolley Wires Cut Blectrio Light Wires Broken and the Citv in Darkness. McKEEsronT, Til, Juno 5. This evening when the National Tube workman who have taken tho places of strikers came out they were met by a mob of several thousand. Many of the workmen returned within the enclosure, but a number attempted to got to their homes. These were set upon by the strikers and terribly beaten. The entire police force were on duty, but they were powerless. As far as known no one was killed, but sceral were badly injured. The sheriff has been called upon and 200 deputies will leave for tho scene on the first train. The mob has heard that tho deputies are coming and throats are mnde that thoy Will kill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 June 1894

'WpsSpstfSBi ' """W ' "STii THE WASHTN'GrTO.N" TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 6, 1894. py The Washington Times (Evert DiT IX Tnx Teab) OWNED AND 1BSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, Corfr Eleventh xxb E Streets Nokthwist. Bran, ess Office, 431 Elxtzxth Steiet H. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Once, S37-2. Trice, Sally Edition.......... One Cent Sunday Edition ..... .Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON. D. 0., JUNE 6, 1831. The Weather To dav- For tho District of Columbia, Eastern Penn sylvania, New Jerssy, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, occasional showers in the early morning, bat probably fair daring the day; slightly cooler; northwesterly winds. A SECOND DANIEL. The debate which has been in progress for a week past in the House of Representatives on the repeal of the state bank tax has not ex cited that publlo interest which it perhaps de serves. The friends of unconditional repeal have all along been sanguine that they wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 June 1894

-"-mw tfjiigt'j5fy?t:Rwga wimhsfm gfeyapii'-'- M'apiyj THE WASHINGTON TEtfES, TyTEDNESPAX, TUNE 6, 1894. 8 PSpgg You May Not Believe It, But Nevertheless WE AHH SELLING Ladles' 12 00 Russet Oxfords for $1.19. Ladles' S3. 00 Russia BlucherOxfords for 1.J9 Ladies J150 Tatent Tip Dongola Ox lords for SLS3. Misses' tiOO Russ'a Lace Shoes for $1.89 Men's SS.00 Russia Bals for Ji 65 Children's tlS5 Dongola Oxfords fortta. Tboosands of other special bargains during this great cale at ANKRUPT THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET. Remember number, as wo haT no branch tore. Columbia Park. Gem of Washington Suburbs. Tour choice of any lot is for 10 days only; on Fennsylvaula It R.; also on Chesapeake Beach R. It, now building: commutation fare 6K cents; excursions dally; ca.h or installments; send for circular COLUMBIA TAHK CO., 'a C23 F st nw. Je4-tf HIGHEST IK THE YORLD. The Great Tower nt Wembley Park Kv cecds the Eiffel b 175 Feet. ' From Ilarper's Young People. At Wembley par...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 June 1894

wwmmww --rt,s3m ?-3KM &H THE WASHTN'GTOK" TIMES, -WEDNESDAY, JTJITE 6. 1894. YOUR BOY Will need a new suit for commencement day, and you know from past expe rience that you can get bet ter and more satisfactory garments HERE than you can in any other store in town for the same money. Dressy Suits for .Boys of all ages in all and every worthy fabric and every fashionable shape are here. All well tailored and perfect fitting. Bovs' furnishings too, of every description, all the very best makes, at LESS than furnishing store prices. Another thing that will please the Boys and costs NOTHING is a present of a handsome, practical watch FREE with every cash purchase of $10 or more. Robinson, Ghery & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. For the Prettiest Babies In Washington! To ascertain the four prettiest babies In Washington under 3 years old we shall Inaugurate a contest and offer four handsome prizes, as follows: 1st Prize, $35 In Gold, 2d Prize, $25 in Gold. 3d Prize, SIO in Gold. 4th ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 June 1894

fp-Sh5'riV1 5lteifeJBP4RNSPyiS?tsrfS- fpll c Xil THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHDTGTO, D. C, THURSDAY MOKINTN'Gr, JUNE 7, 1894. OXE CENT. TOL.1. 2TO. 82. .jt iEggAFf&r MWsS-Tptr ' -J '-Jfspflf i HUNDREDS OF SHOTS FIRED Illinois Strikers Attack Miners and Cage Three in a Town. THEN THEY SET IT ON FIRE Two are Killed and Several Wounded in the Battle Deputies Utterly Unable to Cope With the Mob The White Flap of Trnce Not Bespected. Pekiv, 111., Juno C There was a bloody bittlo at Little's coal mine, five miles down I- tho Illinois river from Peldn, to-day. Word was recehed here this morning that 500 miners from tho west side of the river wore about to attack the mine. Sheriff Frederick swore in a posse and set out for the scene. Tho strikers assembled at Bentonville and crossed tho Illinois by ferries. There wero about 400 men and somo women. Tho sheriff and posso remonstrated with tho mob in vain. Tho leader of the striker, with a revolver in each hand, cried out "Fol low me," and tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 June 1894

.;' -i jf-v-t--iM!--1 Erflwsawctrv?;-;! 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JUKE 7, 1894. The Washington Times (EVE3T DAT IS TUB YEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY ThcWashington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDKa, CORXElt ELKVENTII AND E SlBEEIS NORTHWEST. Ecsrxrr OrncE, 431 Klzvexth Strict N. W. Tolephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, 337-1 Price, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Three Cents By the month Thlrty-nve Cents. 3rTtOrDES(.ffi.)COUNCIU3 WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 7, 169L The Weather To-day. For tho District of Columbia and Virginia fair; warmer; west to southwest winds. ABBITBATION. A bill to provide for arbitration and to pre vent hostilities between labor and capital has been introduced into Congress by Represent ative Kiefcr, of Minnesota. Arbitration has not been very effective in preventing hostilities between labor and cap ital in this country, often as it has been tried. It seldom settles a princlplo in dispute. It is too much like tossing pennies to decide who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 June 1894

y-sw.T& ;.' i THE TTASHIdNrGTOjN" TEMES, THUBSDAX, .TUNE 7, 1894. U Hills Inm EtiUi GllQtfQ it - f 3 Rut fcpdMw WE ARE SELLING Ladles' 52.C0 Huisc.i.Qxfords for 31.19. Ladles' $3.00 ltussla Bluchor Oxfords for 81.43. Ladles' J2.50 Talent Tip Dongola Ox fords for $LSs). ' Misses' SiW Bussia Lnco Shoes for 11.39. Men's $3.00 Bussla Bals for S2.63. Children's tLSJ Dongola Oxfords forSDc, Thousands of other special bargains during this groat sain at THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET. Remember number, as we have no branch store. Columbia Park. Gem of Washington Suburbs. Your choice of any lot 423 for 10 days only; on Pennsylvania If. R.; also on Chesapeake Beach It. It, noT building; commutation fare KA cent; excursions dally; cash or installments: send for circular. 'COLLUIIUA. PARK CO., Sa 623 P St. nw. c4-tf STANFORD ESTATE SUIT. Mrs. Stanford Looks on Attorney General 01ncys Suit as a Test Case. Sis Feascisco, Juno C Tho claim for $13,000,000 filed against tho Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 June 1894

rts i1jS-ET?JS?l5!H "- "&" SK".- j (S l" 1 THE TVASBZN'GTCW TIMES. THUBSDAT, JUKE 7. 1894. The Stock Of dress aud business suits for men uow.coutained in our salesrooms is the pick of the productions of all the lead ing makers of Mens wear ing apparel in America. None but reliable, worthy fabrics, cut in the newest fashions, tailored in Q.UR usual first-class manner, and like ALL of OUR garments PERFECT FITTING,. Their equal can not be ob tained ready to wear any where else at any price, and the custom folks ask you about twice our prices for the SAME qualities, and theirs won't fit you as well as ours either. $io to $40 for these superb suits And if for any cause you should be dissatisfied return them and get your money. There's a handsome watch that will keep correct time FREE with every cash pur chase of $10 or more. Don't you want one? Robinson, Gheru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. For the Prettiest BABIES In Washington. To ascertain tho fonr prettiest babies in aslungton under...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 June 1894

Z$3SFe?Slg$Ws$5 Bt w- S&rSS Vr 'WW'' THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.'l. 3n"0. 83. WASHED GTON, D. C. FRIDAY MOKNTtfGr, JTJ-tfE 8, 1894. OIYE CENT. SSVWsKvwf-sssgP TROOPS AWED BY STRIKERS Social Tialn Carrying Militia Brought to a Standstill. FUTILE ATTEMPTS TO START Strange and Significant Scene Witnessed by 2,000 Pcoyle at Dover A Company of Soldiers Remain Passive During an At tach on Their Car Tin Air'orakes Cot. Dovrn, Ohio, June 7. Vhcn company 31, Seventeenth Infantry, Capt. O. C. Powelson, went nboarvl a special Cleveland and Marietta train here to-night en route to Cambridge, 2,000 people, mostly roiling-mlll men, stopped the train. Engineer Charles Rounds was cither per suaded or compelled to leave the engine, but protection being guaranteed, he resumed his post. Sovera! attempts were made to start, when the airbrake was cut off. It is rumore I the track i3 torn np at Od fcert's coal mino south of hero. Ties were rlaci-d on the truck. Capt rowelson asked for more troops. Ihey...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 June 1894

U:jk j-$tjjj:sqfjv; Wi $5&n r THE WASHEffGKTON TIMES. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. W The Washington Times (ETT2T DiT re na TkieJ 0SB) AND ISSUED BT Th; U'rwhirujro:: Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILICTQ, CWJS3 EiiTTXTn AXD E (Wltn rtOETHWEST. lirS U7KCS, til ElJTtXTH STUXT H. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-S. Business Office, S37-& Il!.,r)at'y Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ..........Three Centa By the month. . Thlrty-flveCeius. j'BKtM335 WASHINGTON, D. 0., JUNE 8, 18M. The Weather To-dT. For District of Columbia and Virginia Generally (air; slightly warmer; southwest winds. n CAII THIS BE SOt Is the Senate of thoTVted States really turned Into nn annex of Wall street, or are all theso stories In and out of Congress but emanations from the fertllo brains of am bitious young newspaper writers? It would bo really it cad thing to be forcei to the be lief that the Senate i half as bad as it If Tainted; but when we see the reports from in- estimating commlttoos In various states ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 June 1894

3g??S5!yftSgal "- yCT' n THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FKIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. 3 J ec--oeo-3ooo-s0" 6 There's No Discomfort in v S Slimmer Cooking A If it's doue on a Gas Eaneo Sk V Thsro'su unnecessary heat an J y -If it's doue on a Gas Eaneo Thsro'su unnecessary heat an J 9 11 Drffins ana vuas a mo turn ui rj h screw. Couldn t be wore con- V 9oniniorconnortftD.o iiutwun- a tl, thero's no ptoflt In (a Itanse T a forus. Wo content ourselves br a y Eelllnqyou th beat rrngos and V a settius tUpmup proiicly froo. 31 V 2-burnor Ccs KcnRO, JH ? A S-burnt-r Gas Itanjre, 3IA A V '-burner OasUanse,-!. 7 9 WASH, GASLIGHT GO. 2 9 4-13 10th St. N. W. f SUGAR BARONS COMING. In cstisatlnc Committee Has a Loss list of lnv itations to Appear. It is now understood that tho subpoenas is sued bytlio Senate investigating committee and placad in tho hands of tho Sergeant-at-Arms jesterday aro addressed to tho sugar trust people and brokers, and include both the Havemeyers, F.eod, ot lioston; Ter rell, who ua3 th...

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