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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 June 1894

"-- yi rtf.-"SfVS mmw mv--g?jg$ wsS$r!iPpwP" i0--i''k ?v; lVZWW3 jf" THE VASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JTTNE 25. 1894. MEN Who swelter with the heat nead do to no longer. There's remedy lor it In one ol oar Eephyer-welgbt suits or thin costs and vests, or odd coats. Gar ments In whioh you will led comfort able and look well dressed at tho same time, and they cost very little. There are serge coats, good all wool, fast col ors, ours as low as 85. Other fabrics from 50c to 810. Mohair coats and vests from 83 tip. Good flannol coals and trousers as low as 86. Others in flannel, serge and outing cloth at $7.50, $8, 10. $12, $15 and $18. Skeleton lined suits at all prices from 810 up. And a complete line of NEW patterns in negligee shirts at 75c, 81 and 81.50, the same qualities that jou pay from $1.25 to S2.50 for elsewhere. Come to us for comfort clothes at comfort prices. Robinson, Ghery Go., Twelfth and F Streets. A Suitable Suit For bummer wear can be made from those Black and Htuo Chev...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 June 1894

. -.--.? i, -s. s5S.3 ??5I"' Jf " - - -Vvj - I THE WASHINGTON TIMES 1 VOL.1. jtfO. 101. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 2(5. 1894. ONE CENT. Yf2S""T--"' & &JS?A- -v iV -'AJSV H FRENCHMEN ARE FRENZIED Muurninq for Carnot Stirs Up Their Vengeful Feelings. FURY TURNS AGAINST ITALIANS Scenes of Violence in Several Citiei Removal of the President'! Remains to Pans De tectives Trying to Find Santo'i Accom plicesA Well-planned Crime. Lyon . Juno 25. Examining Magistrate Bonoist to-day ordered Santo, tlio assassin of President Carnot, to be brought before him nnd questioned him regarding the crime. Tho prisoner, however, was obstinate, stend 11 refusing to mnko nnv statement further th in announcing thnt he would explain his motivoto tho jury when the proper time ar rived. The streets of this city, throughout the day, havo been thronged with crowds of excited people. A large number of the stores are closed, and on every side are to be seen evi dences of tho deep grief of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 June 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1894. The Washington Times (EVEKT DAT IN THE YKiK) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDS O, cousin Eleventh xd E Stoei-ts Northwest. Business Office, mi Elev emh Street it W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3 Business Office, SS7-S. Price, Dally Edition ......One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirly-nve Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, JGNE 26 1894. The Weather To-dar. Tor the DTitict of Columbia and Virginia fair, followed by probable thunderstorms, and slightly cooler In the afternoon; south to southwest winds. t The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. 138,916 n as its aggregate circulation for the veek eiidmj Saturday, June S3, lSDi. It reaches 100,000 riaitrt ea'h da v 1HU.T CinCCLVTIO': Miudny.Jiinc 17 20,000 .Mondaj. June 18 .20,040 TiicsJaj.June 10 20,341 Wednesday Juno 20 10,430 Thursday, June 21 10,674 rridm, Juno 22 10,028 .snturdav.Jiinc 23 10,488 The abate statement of the circulation of The Ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 June 1894

THE TVASHZN-GTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JimE 26, 1894. s S l4 y "., OPPOSE THE ONE-FARE PLAN Street Railroad OFficialb Claim It 'ould Lte Injurious. l'UBLIC WELLS TO UK CLOSED Charges Preferred Against Policeman Kcle her Building Permits Appointments. Letter Police Protection at Takoma Park. Sew Municipal Untldin-r. A henrlngwas yesterday given by thn Com missioner to reprcscntuti' es of tho arious Ftreet railroads in regard to a general mtcr chaniro of transfers. It Tins upon Senator McMillan's Mil. known as the one-faro bill. Letters from Claude 31. Johnson and A. T. Britton were read fa-oring the measure. Corr.mKloEer Towell said that it was im practicable to run suburban lines into the city, and tho only method is to arrange a sys tem of transfers. Safeguards, ho thought, could bo arranged so as to precnt the abuse of the oystcm. Ho Jhoucht that tho berdle lines should also bo included in tho system. Commissioner Truosdell Slid that tho effect of tho bill would bo to stop the cnargo of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 June 1894

tfvH& c - ? ' 'it THE TVASHINGrTOl TIMES, TUESDAY, JTOTE 26, 1894. .l . "j,s WE Show more novelties in Summer Clothing than others do garments. One of the latest is a White SCOTCH HOMESPUN Coat and Pants at $10 Coats either double or single breasted. It is the very newest Summer fabric, and can only be obtained of us in Washington. Other Flannel and Outing Coats and Pants as low as $6 and as high as $18, all well-made, st3'lish, perfect fitting ones, too. Come in when you get read'; you'll find what j-ou want HERE, and at the right price, too. Robinson, GhBru ifc Go., Twelfth and F Streets. WHEN YOU WANT GOOD SHOES CHEAP AT S3.50 Remember the old reliable ilon True Comfort Jr3M hoes lhey aro the Shoes whi h our patrons say ha-vo always lilted the advertis r c it" The Wilson S0 Shoo Is male of a pool, durable, yet soft leather, and the workmanship and Ht Is guariuteod OnI 3 50 :"i' keep our doors shut to keep out the hot air great scheme 'Wehai alittlo i-old world of our own insi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 June 1894

-s-v r- --- ?' trJ,, "r , "- .X' 1. -; - x r w ft THE WASHINGTON TIMES !' WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOBNlTSTGr, JUNE 27, 1894. ONE CENT. r VOL.1. NO. 102. - yTrV;v- 0 SANTO REFUSES TO TALK Only Before a Regular Tribunal Will He Disclose His Motive. .tyiVOWS HIMSELF AX ANARCHIST Killed Carnot Became He Was a Tyrant Biotisg Against Italians Continue! All Oyer France Mme. Carnot Had Boeeived Warnings Which Were left Unheeded. Irots, Jane 26. Santo was again exam ined by the magistrate to-day. Hostatod be had no personal grievance against President Uk Carnot. He killed him because ho was a ''tyrant. The magistrate asked: "Areaou an an archist?" 8anto replied: "Yes, and I am proud of It" "Why did you kill tho President?" "I will tell a jury; they shall know tho mo tives that prompted my action. "How did jou stab IT. Carnot?" "I pushed aside a cuirassier's horse. I had the dagger concealed In my sloove, and I had only to raiso my hand. I aimed at his stom i ach and brought my arm down s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 June 1894

cw-'; vf yv 3JsV-; .- V '. . . THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1894. Washington Times . DTrXBTTUTIHTBaYtiJO 'OWNED AKD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIME8 BUILDING, Coitxra Bimra asb E Bntrm KoimJist Bcsixxss Omci, si EixrExra Bntxrr N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 137-3. Business Office, 887-SL rrice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cent. By the month Thtrtjr-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D, 0., JUNE ST, 1894. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. 138,916 Vat Itt aggregate circulation for the week ending Saturday, Jane IS, MM. Itreachet 100,000 readere each day. DAILY CIBCCtATIOS: Sunday, Jnne 17 20,000 Monday, June 18 20,046 Tuesday, June 10 20,341 .Wednesday, June 20 . 10,430 Thursday, June 21 10,674 Friday, Juno 22 10,028 Saturday, June 23 19,488 The elwre etatement of the circulation of The Ttmee U aUoluttly correct, and the numlero papere pulliehed each day irae dittriluted a Dona fide readere in the city of Wathingtan ana nanny. TUB WJLSIIIX...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 June 1894

Sf5"TT5a ia?c :-': r.w . r , THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1894. 3 W!&l$&X?3V5,?KZS'riZZ?. A $ 9 1 j T GENTLEMEN! ITroti haven't money to barn you'll take advantage o( oar GREAT SALE AT BANKRUPT PRICES, Dioia.'irho-ars sot blind Kill please look f&p-iMrpiiees named below: Kstf&.&a&garoo Low Shots, only $8.00, jUBfk AAusil Kangaroo Low Shoss, ' MsniCTusBuvCslf Bals,'only W.6S. isbaEOaUXalionly S2.15. 07Soula Call Bait (slsss to EH). JWtWtow-Snoss from 68c. to $4M,worth onnlttnoney. OnlrsfMcUr Cst shoes are offared doxlne thls-ssleat lANKRUPLPRICES. Ithe warren shoe house, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. Remember number, and that Ki aro Americana, and you'll find ns. WASHINGTON STOCK MARKET. Quotations of Bonds, Railway and Na tional lianlc Stocks. Government Bonds TJ. S. 4t, registered, 113 bid, 118 asked U. S. 4s, coupon, 114Ji bid, 115? asked. U. S. 4 . "TO bid District of Columbia Bonds 20-year old fund tie, 109 bid. 30-year fund Cs, IIS bid. Water ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 June 1894

ws"r,3S. 7 -;g t r , ? .. :., 1. 3V V yfi- i UK -' J-BSK ' '" '" - SP? Z&tgrJ&'PZ - yft- t- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1894. .&. as ''s Don't Fail to pet one of those Outing Suits of WHITE SCOTCH Homespun. It's the newest and richest Sum mer fabric, and only TEN DOLLARS for Coat and Trousers. Coats either double or single breasted, stylishly cut, and perfect fitting. " You'll want . one when you see them. There's better value for the money in those NEG LIGEE SHIRTS of ours at 75c, $1.00, and $1.50 than you can get anywhere else. They are being sold at less than the other dealers paid for them earlier in the sea son. The best makes and newest patterns. See the window display of them. Robinson, Ghent ifc Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Lamps for That Cottage or Country Home. Any style. All sizes. Macbeth Pearl Glass Chimneys are the best. Only 2c. more. C. A. MUDD1MAN, Je2S-lm 611 12th Street. A Suitable Suit For Summer wear can be made from those Black and Blu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 June 1894

rvs&rapr' i y2 " aP V.4. " -& ,v' r''"tK - "!rV v c', S e -? ii n j THE WASHINGTON TOL.l. NO., 108. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOBNING, JUNE 28. .1894. ONE CENT. s?.i)-r - . is'Vr3BFWi5aBssar -i . .r " . . ff TIMES ,' f 9- v 1 & u "jT (V POPULISTS' PLAN OF ACTION 1 They Will Oppose the Sugar Schedule as Now Fixed. NOT BOUND TO FULL TOGETHER They Hold a Caucus, in Which Senator Irby. Participated Democrats Concerned About It Seeking Places as Conferees last Section of the Income Tax. The three Populist Senators, PetTer, Allen, and Kyle, and Senator lrby were in confer ence in the President's room for an hour yesterday afternoon discussing a programme for concerted action on the tariff bill when It shall be reported to tbo Senate. It la understood that the sugar schedule Was the particular item under discussion, and that while no formal vote was taken or mu tual pledge entered into, they virtually agreed to oppose the sugar schedule as at present fixed, and to direct their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 June 1894

,-.. ffJKj..1, --J I---?. yr VcJl rAat??-T--t'-S &&&&& ' - ' , S'-SW ' i THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, JTjyE 28, 1894: 5 The Washington Times (Evxrt Oat in tbi TcaM OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TOIES BUILDING, Cobxr EUTCrra and E Streets Noetbwxst. Brsntxss omcz, 431 Eutxnts Stun X. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-8. Price, Dally Edition - One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cent WASHINGTON. D. C, JUNE 28, 1894. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. 138,916 Wa Hi jyrr?t circulation for the veet ending Saluriti.JunttS.lS9i. It rtacket IMflOO reader each day. DULY CIKCOT-1TION: Sunday.June 17 20,000" Monday, June IS 20,046 Tuesday, June 10 20,341 Wednesday, June 20 10,430 Thursdny.June 21 10,074 Friday. June 22 10,028 Saturday, Jnne 23 19,488 The above ttatcment of the circulation of The Xiikm ie abiotutely correct, and the number of paper publuhed each day uat distributed tolo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 June 1894

sf-ywvy -"i "vETTJ """ ii -; '-?-. - --., THE "WASHTN'GTOir TIMES, THUBSDAT, .TTJNE 28. 1894. .8 .$ i l k a GENTLEMEN! If you haven't money to bum you'll take advantage of our GREAT SALE AT ANKRUPT PRICES. Thoso who sre not Mind Kill pleat look at the few prices named below: Men's JJ Kangaroo Low Shoes, only 13.90. Men's $5 Russet Kangaroo Low Shoes, only 53.90 Mou'a $5 Russia Calf Bala, only SttS. J! en's $3.50 Calf Bala, only $2.15. Boys' JS Russia CaU Bals (slr.es 2)4 UQj only S1.93 Lcdlos' Low Shoos from 98c. to H50,worta double tho money. Only strictly fine shoes are offered during this sale at ANKRUPT PRICES. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. Remember number, and that ws are Americana, and you'll find us. YASHINGTON STOCK MARKET. Quotations of Bonds, Railway and Na tional Hank Stocks. Sales Regular call U o'clock m. Washing ton Gas, 22 at iSJi American Oraphophone, 100 nt ti Government Bonds U. S. Is, registered, 113)4 bid, 11351 asked. U. a 4s, coupon, 1HH bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 June 1894

-' jrrvi -.vJt ;,,m xsr - " - "? -as .-. -v-.-rv?!"; "'.Xt.CT'T'VV ,:'-? --lv rCTTiS '- , t s"j r - " i h& t THE "WASHiyGKroy TIMES. THUBSDAY, JTT1TE 28, 1894. : ivA'jTj. NEGLIGEE SHIRTS At less than wholesale prices is what you get in that lot we closed out from three of the best makers and are selling at 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 each. Tliev are all neat, pretty patterns, too, the pick of the 1S94 styles, bee the window display of them and 3'ou'll do as everyone else does who sees them buy a half dozen or so. Don't forget that we have the biggest line of the best tennis and outing suits in town. Some as low as $7.50 and $8.00 for coats and pants, good ones, and 3rou'll too. bee tlieni agree with- us. All sizes. Robinson, Glieru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Lamps for That Cottage or Country Home. Any stlo. .U sizes. Macbeth Pearl Glass Chimneys are the beat. Ouly 2c. more C. A. MUDDIMAN, Je22-lm 614 12th Street DROP DEAD Tor Joy. For wo aro offering the greatest in ducements la subur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 June 1894

B-yjp -rTW- y fsr-v-'-sutuie iV5i.s.tv" ?-,. ''fPJft ?A f .--;, zc - s " -- -v jjr."ji"' -- - a 4 ,- . THE WASHINGTON TIMES - jh VOL. 1 NO. 104. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MOENING. JUNE 29. 1894. ONE CENT. p. - r r -. . t I YHEELS BROUGHT TO A HALT Pullman Bojcott Spreading and Para lyzing Traffic TROUBLE PEAKED IN PLACES Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Switchmen's Union Will Not Aid the Strikers Mail Trains Not to Be Interfered With Western Points Affected. Cincinnati, Ohio, Jane 23. 'While all trains have been moved up to midnight, the situation is growing serious. United States deputy marshals havo control to-night of the Ludlow (Ky.) yards of tho Cincinnati Southern. The Cincinnati, Hamilton nnd Dayton will have a large forco of railway policemen, appointed by tho Governor, to morrow, and other roads will secure similar protection to-morrow. Tho general officers are in chargo of through trains going out on these roads to-night. To-morrow they pro pose to put in new men. Ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 June 1894

-'o-SS.JS THE WASHJKfiTOX TIM.ES, FRIDAY, JUKE 29, 189.4. rr- - The Washington Times (Eteet Day is toe Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BTJILDINO, CORNEE FjJtVXKTB AM) S 8TKEET3 NOKTnWIST. Business orrict, 431 EtlTEMm STKItt N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business Ofilce, 8S7-SL Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, JUNE 29. 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. 138,916 ITai fi aggregate circulation for the week ending Saturday, June tS,lS3L Jtreaclae KMfiOO reader! each day. DAILT cmccuiTios: Sundoy.Jnno 17 20,000 Monday, June 18 20,040 Tuesday, June 19 20,341 Wednesday, June 20 10,439 Thursday, June 21 19,074 Friday. Juno 22 19,928 Saturday, June 23 19,488 TAf alien ttalrmtnt of tkc circulation of The Timet it abtotuttly correct, and the number of papert publiehed earh day vat dittributed to bona fide readen in the city of Kathincton and vicinity. THE WASH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 June 1894

' -"4$ THE "WASHINGTON TOTES, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1894. 3 !? SLPERS OF THE PYTHIANS Announcements of Appointments by the Citizens' Committee. I'KOl'OSALS TO BE SOLICITED Musiciani Should Apply Some Subcommit tees Yet to Be Appointed Circular About .ccciaodaticnj to So Iuuei Erection of Reviewing Standi. vtmmltte annolntments wore announced. . proposals lor furnlstung music on me uuy I of parade and drilHvcre ordered to lie eollc- Itea, ana a circular requesting mo "" names ol thoso who want accomodations was ordered prepared and sent to each division commander, at special meeting of the cltl Eens' Knights of Pythias committee, held jesterday afternoon. Thoso present were Messrs. Chapin Brown, T. Q. Alvord, jr., D. S. Walter, P. E. Smith. A. J?. liedlord, Archi ba!d Greeulees, Richard Goodhart, Geo. E. I -f Jtltchell, W, T. Mockbee, J. W. Cronie, F. . t eilbig. and G. W. Holsley. ThtHKthit,inMc nf ih meeting was the reading of names of members of subcom mittees. Ihe committees on recept...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 June 1894

; "'.K" " v " tr,lr(" y-" s &fl-9''r5i 9F -TV pIfT-f WPrpSfS , " 4? T ' - .?., ii THE "WASHmOTpX TOTES, FBIDAY, JT72TE 29. 1894. y- , What A lot of utility there is in a BLUE or BLACK SERGE SUIT. It is available for all uses, for dress, for busi ness or for outing wear. It always look neat and dressy and is becoming to any and all men. Our line of them is COMPLETE. All the newest shapes in only the reliable qualities, the kind that will keep their shapes and be the same color when worn out as when first put on. Suits at $io, $12, $15, $iS, and $20. Coats and vests and odd coats at pro portionate prices, and all of them guaranteed better value at the price than you can get anywhere else in town. And they'll FIT, too. Robinson, Gheru A Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Lamps for That Cottage or Country Home. Any style. All slzos. Macbeth l'oarl Glass Chimneys are loo best. Only 2c. more. C. A. MUDDIMAN, 3c2.Mm 611 ISta Street DROP DEAD For Joy. Tor wo aro offering the greatest in duceme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 June 1894

rfMj" 'L,7.3i3S-S.ilI'" Jinf ..-s:- SV '- -J- J' j .t'JV'C;"VV. itsr&w? : w - y;wws??- .f-vror THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. SO. 105. WSHIXGTO, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 30. 1894. ONE CENT. iSSS-Ss-T. : ; ) BATTLE FOR LABOR'S RIGHTS President Debs' Address to the Rail way Men of America. ITLLMAX'S -STARVATION POLICY Workingmen Entitled to a Just Proportion of the Proceeds of Their Labor It ii a Fight Now Between the Railway Corporations and the Workingmen. CmcAOo, June 29. President Debs to-day issued nu address to the railway men of America, setting forth tho causes and ob jects of tho present strike. In his address ho says: "The struggle with tho Pullman company has developed Into a contest betwoen the pro ducing classes and the money power of tho country. This was what Lincoln predicted at thocloso ol tho war, and it was this reflec tion that gave tho great emancipator his gloomiest forebodings. Wo stand upon tho ground that workingmen aro entitled to a jut proportion of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 June 1894

p if Vpjse t-Y Vl, v THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. S ATTTBPAT, JTJNE 30, 1894. -H?. a The Washington Times EVERT DAT Df THK YEAR) "" ? OWNED AND ISSUED BY ,Vf The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Con.vtR Eleventh and E Streets Northwest. Bcsixess Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S3T-S. Business Office, S37-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Tliree Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE SO, 1894. s The Washington Times t. The People's Penny Paper. 138,916 Wat itt aggregate circulation or Vie week ending Saturday, Junit), 1SK. Itreothet 100,000 reader 0Oeh day. DAILY CIBCBLATIOX: Sunday. June 17 20,000 Monday, Juno 18 20,040 Tuesday, June 19 20,341 Wednesday, June 20 10,439 Thursday, June 21 19,074 J Friday, June 22 10,928 ' Saturday.Juno 23 19,488 Tlnabote ttatement of the circulation cf Tlie Timet it abtolutely correct, and the number of papertpublithed each day vat dUtrihulcd to bona fide rcadert in the city of Wttthi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 June 1894

f 5 -V ffs' k ,THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1894. -A .J v r- !i IT THEE LEADING TOPIC Leading Citizens of Georgetown Faor the Sewer, Bond Issue. rLT MONEY IN CIRCULATION Wis'pgtcn Ihould Bo Hade the Pans of benca Anything to Help tho Laboring (lasses Sotno Opposit ion to tho Proposed Extension of Streets. 5ho District loan ?or the improvement and nslon of sowen- and streets seems to havo sanction of Georgetown, judging from the nions published below. The citizens with jm interviews were obtained jesterday are located in the "West End," and the Ht braces some ot the oldest citizens and Je-nier taxpayers, as well a3 representatives Jf the j oungcr element, who, should the bonds ,be issued, will probably live to see both prin cipal and interest liquidated. The object ot Tnx Times is to obtain repre sentative opinions upon this Important sub ject, and to Rive the tavpajers a chanco to be heard. It w ill therefore afford those of other sections of the city an opportunity to p...

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