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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 June 1894

' 'i.i,j v rcw THE WASHINGTON:'. TIMES. SATUEDAT, JUNE 30, 1894. Iwo Lots of Outing Coats and Trousers, both neat plaids, one with double-breasted, the other with single breasted Coats, have been reduced from $12 and $15 to $7.50 and $8, and at these prices are the very best values in town. Other neat check, plaid, and striped Flannel, Serge, and Outing Cloth Coats and Trousers as low as $6 and up to $18, and, unlike other outing garments, OURS will FIT. That is one rea son why we sell more of them than any other two stores combined. Other thin garments of the proper sort at proper prices, and in sizes to FIT all men, especially YOU. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. JOHNSTON'S, 729 7th. Sugar-Cured Hams, 10c. Lb. SOc Lemonade ritchcr, 73c Set Castors clTen with pound of Tea or three Coffee. 3 Largost Kuniford's Yeast Fowder. 5c 2 Lbs. HestBntterino 25c 5 Wee -ic 12 3c PacVajes Soap Fowder 55c S Cc Snow Ball Soap 23c 3 QualerOats 25c 3 Macaroni 53c 4 Larso Tat Mackerel 53...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 July 1894

"f THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.l. !NT. 10(5. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1894. THREE CENTS. TILL BOLD Chicago's Trades Unions Will Stand By the Railroad Men. 5ENERAL TIE-UP PROBABLE jicaw Pressure to Be Brought to I Bear Upon the Managers. STRIKE GENERALLY SPREADING To Indications That tho linos of the Boy cott Are Weakening Anywhere Bailway Hagnates Admit That tho Situation Is Getting to Bo Very Serions for Them. Isolated Instances of Violence Employed B7 Disorderly Individuals Among; tho Strikers. Cmc wo, June SO. The situation to-night I worse than at any time since the strlLo Igan. anil as a climax to it all Chicago is ..rcatcned with n tie-up of all tho trades fiions in the city. President 31. n. Madden. f tho state Federation of Labor, an organi tion to which practically ocrj labor organ ation in the city belong, and which has 111? 100.000 member, said to-night: "Wo (o fa hdrty sympathy with tho A. K. U. and Jill help it in every way we can." Tho present programmo, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 July 1894

" THE WASBfoGTOy TIMES, SUNDAY, .TUTTST 1, 1894. t -. - V S0LYIN6 A LABOR PUZZLE Immigration Commissioners in Search of Information. A CIRCULAR TO WORKINGMEN They Aro Asked to Beply to Five Question!. "What Changes in Existing laws Are Necessary Effect of the Influx of For eigners on Wages The Fadrones. The Immigration commissioners, recently appointed by tho Secretary of the Treasury, hno prepared and aro now sending to work men in all trade", labor organizations, Gov ernors of states, and others interested in immigration matters, circular letters asking for information bearing upon the subject. The circular to workingmen asks for re plies to the following inquiries: First. What changes, if nny, in the rules and regulations now in force are necessary in order to securo a moro efficient execution of existing laws relating to immigration and the laws prohibiting the importation of alien la borers under contract Second. Whether said laws are defectire in any particular, and what pract...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 July 1894

"ay-5 .-..S5!C7-7Ji"r-W S-'-; ,-',.- v - - ;,7frt V JTi'i".' ,: .-t:- '" THE WASHTN'GTO TOtES, SUNDAY, .JTFLY 1, .1894. THIS IS GETTING SERIOUS Senators Failed to Score in Their Last Game at Cincinnati. ONLY TWO HITS OFF FAKROTT Mercer Was Effective for Six Innings, 'but Then Ho 'Weakened and the Beds Batted His Cnrvos at 'Will Parrott Pitched Great Ball and Was Very Effective. Hcsults of Yesterday's Games. Frrresi'M, 10; Brooklyn, 6. St. Louis, 10: Boston, 9. Baltihoke, 5; Cleveland, 3. Cixcixsati, 12; Washington, a Philadelphia. 13; Louisville, 6. Ciiicaco-New York Kain. Tl:c Championship Itccord. W. U Vet. I w. r ret Baltimore.. ST 13 .71: Cleveland.. 2S si .5111 BostoiL. . SS 19 .(WlCluclnnnlL. 2i 3J .4.14 llrooklyn... S3 a) .IBS, L Louis. .. S5 S3 .481 Pittsburg .. av. 22 .l'.H,'hlciigo.... la 37 .S27 I'MIa'phlll- S9 22 .5riIvVush'ion... 10 41 ."2X1 New orfc. 31 21 .5CiLuulsvilla.. 14 41 .203 YVOHSn TIIAX EVER. "While Cincinnati Scored nn Even Dozen, Washington Got None. 3incix...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 July 1894

-c ' i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 1. 1894. A -. ' f KS y The Washington Times (Evert Dat nf hie Yeik) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILMSO, CORNXK ELEVEXTB iM E STREETS NORTHWEST. Bcsies3 omcx, 431 Eleventh Street It W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. tuInc63 OJnco, 337-2. Price, Dall7 Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month .Thlrty.flve Cents. Washington, v. c, jdly i, 189L The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. vxilx cinccnTiox: Sunday.Juno 17 20,000 Monday, June 18 , 20,018 Tucsday.June 19 20,341 TVcdnosday.June 20 - 10,430 Thursdny.Juno 21 19,074 Friday, Juno 22 ... 10,928 Saturday, Juno 23 1 0.188 Total for first week 138,910 FOR THE FAST TVEEK: Sunday, Juno 24 20,743 Jlonday.June 25 20,035 Tuesday. June 20 10,831 Wednesday, June 27 20,057 Thursdny.Juno 28 20.000 rriday, June 20 20,022 Saturday, June 30 10,995 Total 140.083 Average 20,097 The abote ttattment vf the circulation of The Timet it absolutely correct, and ...

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

sr.. VVf THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. STJNDAT, JTTLY 1, 1894. , l Mainly for Women; Home and SoGietu Mrno. Carnot has so much fascination, says a writer la tho Gentlewoman, eo great a per sonality, tbal the Elytes palaco Is one olthe most attractive homes In Paris. Even the proud, uncompromising royalists and Bonu pirtists are obliged to express their admira tion and esteem. They ncknowledgo that they aro often tempted to exclaim "V.VjMme. la Hein," hat the serenely dlgnaHed wife of tLe repub la's ruler replies: "No title .ran .pe, higher than that of President of the Trench' rcpubi'. 'om ssthat name cannot le s p arnjted rom 11 e history o France." At first v e v Mam. Ca'njt so ims a little put itanical in ap,H' trance, bui perhaps tbeietn ilea her Ca.r Sue must have reao led a "cirtalri age, D "cau-e tiace her husband's presidency nob br been born to her dauih.cr,Mnie. Cun ss O inict But tt times Jlmo. Carnot b to i.j no ir.or than til j earj o d. On I or 'at oih re is no: iiwrinl, not ...

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

&?$ yg $ssrjjg THE WASHiGTO-IIMES, SUNDAY. JtTJLY.l. ,189 , 6 M , 2f 'c RUSSIAN SPIES IN AMERICA The Czar Has Agents at Work in the States. THEY WATCH REVOLUTIONISTS An Account of the Force That Operates in Kew York and Their Efforts to Entrap and Discredit the Enemies of Their Mas ter Guarding the Grand Duke. It will probably surprise most people to know that a foreign government maintains a more or less completely organized police sys tem In New York and other large cities in America, but this is tho fact. The Bussion government has its political police not only In America, but In every country In Europe and in some in Asia. Tho object of this extensive police system is to keep n close watch on the subjects and ex-subjects of the Czar who may be suspected of hostile intents toward his government or person, and, as that number Includes many Hussions in these countries, the task is a pretty largo one. Of course one would think that eommon criminals would be looked alter closely,...

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

JjgpSPS:;-sr -.-, pr- afj f ' THE WASHiy&TOy TIMES, STJ3TPAY, Tlllg, 1894. You Must Weafr Something. wnr KOT A PAIR OF .K Russet Shoes They Arc Inexpensive Now -at Our Prices, viz.: 1.19 for Ladles' $'100 Oxfords. 81.39 for Ladles' 2.54 Oxfords. $1.49 for Ladles' W 00 Oxfords. S1.S3 for Ladies' (3 00 Bluchor Shoes. $1.(5 for Boys' $3 00 Blucher Shoes. . fiCJ for Men's SJ.00 Blucher Shoe's. tS.W for Ilea's 85.00 Low Kangaroo ShoeSv v The above are all fair leather goods, bat we're the Black Oxfords aud Shoes equally low priced. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. fS?i TEMPERATURE IK JUNE. It Wus OO Degrees or Jlorc DurinR Ten Dajs in the .Month. The weather bureau yesterday furnished, the followiaj; specinl bulletin for tho press: The period of extremely hot weather that has prevailed o er nearly the, rfholeof tho. United States during tho past ten days to two weeks has been accompanied at a number ol- stations by maximum temperatures equal to or ia excess of an or...

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

''J-Wki -C" THE - 1 8 OBJECT TO INCURRING DEBT "Tis a Feat to Fit Feet!" S -5-:e'- MmwWiw 'P : ' " . " s 3s:?V'3. v ( rv wSSfeTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1894. ' ' f4. ' ' "W ! MORE ; Arid Fit Them We Do. Than A HUNDRED different styles of THIN Coats and Vests and odd Coats at five dollars and less are HERE and your size in each and every stj'le, for WE have a COMPLETE stock . of everything -wearable in THIN CLOTHES for men and D03-S. Plenty of ALL sizes in those popular BLUE SERGE COATS at $5, $6, $7, $7.50, $8, and $10, both double and sin gle breasted. White Duck Trousers, all size waists, from 28 to 46, and in all lengths', from 29 to 38, in seam measure. Blue and Black Serge Suits, lined, half-lined, and skeleton, in sizes to fit all men, at $10, $12, $15, $18, $20, and $25, in all the fashionable shapes and styles. Robinson, Ghenj It Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. JOHNSTON'S, 729 7th St. Sugar-Cured Hams, 10c. Lb. MONDAY, 25c. DAY. 8 Largest Rumford's Yoast Powder. 2 Lbs. Hest But...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 107. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MOEN1NG. JTJIiY 2. 1894. ONE CENT. MOURNING FOR A MARTYR Two Millions of People View the V Carnot Funeral Pageant GREATEST PARIS EVER SAW Imposing Services st the Church of Hotre7 Dame Never-to-be-forgotten Scene In the Pantheon Enormous Sums Spent for Floral Offerings. Pabis, July l.-The heat to-day was tropi cal, but there wero mitigating zephyrs. Over two millions of people must have crowded into the main thoroughfare by which the funeral procession accompanying the remains of the late President Carnot io the Pantheon passed. This of courso iucludes the packing of the side streets leading to the avenues. Taris 19 a city of great funerals. Those of Prince Jerome Bonaparte and Victor Nolr, the journalist, who was shot and killed by Prince Pierre Bonaparte; the funeral of Presi dent Thiers, Louis Blanc, Gambetta, and Victor Hugo were nover-to-bo-rorgotten sights. But tho funeral of President Carnot eclipsed them nil. By 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 July 1894

-jw-ssi T '- jJsif. i .. i--s1- ' THE WASHlKGTOJSr TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 2, 1894 ' ft 5SST,Jfl r The Washington Times (ETERT DAT IN TBI YSAa) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORNER ELEVENTH AND E SntEETS NORTHWXST. BrsrsEss Office, 4S1 Eleventh Steist N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-S. Business Office, SS7-2. Price, Dally Edition - One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Uy the month Thlrty-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C., JULY 2, 1894. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. nn.T ctBcuLanos: Sunday.June 17 20,000 Monday, Juno 18 20,040 Tucsdny.June 10 20,341 Wedncsdoy.June 20 - 10,439 Thursday.June 21 10,07 rrtday, Juno 22 10,028 Saturday.Jnne 23 10.488 Total for first week 138,010 FOR TBS riST WErJK Sunday, June 24 20,743 Mondav.June 25 20,035 Tuesday. June 20 10,831 Wednesday, June 27....". 20,057 Thursday.June 28 20.000 Triday. June 29 20,022 Saturday. June 30 19,095 Total 140.683 Average 20,097 Ticaloir tlaUment of the circulation of The Ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 July 1894

rwm t-. 1? THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY. JULY 2. 1894. J ? 3VAsvf?'tf?--. ) You0 Must Wear Something. WHY NOT A PAIR OP Russet Shoes They Are Inexpensive Now at Our Prices, viz.: $1.19 for Ladles' $i00 Oxfords. $1.39 for Ladles' S2.W Oxfords. 11.49 for Ladles' t3 00 Oxfords. ei.S5 for Ladles' S3. 00 Bluclier Shoes. tl.93 for Boys' t3 00 Blucher Shoes. tZCZ for Men's S5 00 Blucher Shoes. 3.90 for Men's SiOO Lok Kangaroo Shoos. The above are all fair leathor goods, bat we've the Black Oxfords and Shoes equally low priced. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, '' nlf,GEO. VV. RICH. 919 F STREET. HAVE You purchased alot at Columbia Part yet? If not, jou Bad better hurry up for they are going HVo hot cakes. Just think of It, your choice only $40 for a boautiful villa site, only fifteen min utes from the city, with commutation fare at 1M cents and only a few blocks from Pennsylvania Railroad Matlon and Cheapeake Beach Hall ay (now building through the Park). Excursions dally at 4 30 p. m. Circulars and...

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

t;-V" -&F'rs?rm -J-, f2 " ',- ' r THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY, JTJXX 2, 1894. W Another Lot just received of those White Scotch Homespun Coats and Trousers that went so quiclclv last week. We now have ALL sizes, and the price is still only TEN DOLLARS for Coat and Pants. Let us fit 3'ou with one. It's the very latest Summer fabric, and is as dressy and durable as it is new, and it is to be had only of US. Other. Outing Suits in Flannel, Serge, and Crick eting Cloth from $6 to $18, and they'll FIT, too. The cheapest as well as the best, which is more than can be said of most outing gar ments. Robinson, Ghenjifc Go., Twelfth and F Streets. WOULDN'T Ton like to baron nice homo, only fifteen mln jtes' rlle to tbe city, with commutation far at CWc? Then why not buy a lot now at beautiful Columbia I'arfe for $40, where there la pure air and water, with plenty of largo shade trees? Don't delay 'and loso the opportunity of a life time, but call nnd seo us. Lxcurelons dally at 4.30 p. m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 July 1894

?Jt "-?P?3"'5t'''5f''"w!f??5 C??E!SSSS'Sapw??W'o-K'i'' - teT 'ft'.' t - -V rt-, b-., jt ' ' - ' rc." f. --. ;Jf --. -r ?- -' - ' " "l . ? a " - -" ;- i & ' , THE WASHINGTON TIMES ,r TOIi.l. NO. 108. WASHrKTGTON, D. C, TUtESD&T MOBBING, JTJJST 3, 1894. .ONE CENT. f .-f.T ) ON THE EYE OF THE CRISIS Strike Situation in Chicago Extremely Critical. EVERYBODY AT HIGH TENSION Troops Will Not bo Ordered Oat TJnleiitha Mandate of the Court la Violated At a Number of Important Points the Striken Have the Beit of the Contest. Cbicaoo, July 3 2 A. it. The consequences to this city are threatening to become very crious. Mayor Hopkins and four mem bers ot the city council will confer with E. T. Debs and the members of the Managers' Association with a view to adjusting the great railroad strike. This was decided upon by the council, a resolution to that effect having been unani mously adopted at to-night's mooting. Chicago, July 2. To-day's developments In the groat Fullman-A. R. U. strike...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 July 1894

A ,, "- .s f r?& -,; M fe- fr a ' - 1lK . .. r it ... . j,. v '- flfft ' ' ."1.Jj') 2 THE WASHINGTON; TIMESf TUESDAY, JTJY 3 1894. The Washington Times (Evxbt Sit iv the Tun) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Comers Elxtuitix and E Stbeets Kobthwest. Business OrriCE, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-i Business Office, 337-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -....Three Cents. By the month ..Thlrty-nvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JULY 3. 1894. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILY CinCtTLATIOS: Sunday. Juno 17 20,000 Monday, Juno 18 20,040 Tuesday, Juno 10 20,341 Wednesday, juno 20 10,439 Thursday.June 21 10,674 Friday, Juno 22 19,828 Saturday,Juue 23 19.488 Total for first week 138,916 FOR THE rAST WEEX: Sunday, Juno 24 20,743 Monday, June 25 20,035 Tuesday, June 26 19,831 Wednesday, June 27 20,057 Thursday.June 28 20.000 Friday. June 29 20,022 Saturday. Juno 30 10,993 Total 140.083 Average 20,097 The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 July 1894

"JT ' ry .THE WASHINGTON; .TIMES, TUESDAY, JXTIiTTS. 1894. 3 IWASHIKGTOK STOCK WARKBT. notations of Bonds, Railway and Na tional Bank Stocks. bnY.n.o'iiiftv raiiia o'clock m. MetroDOl- In Railroad cony. 6s, $1,000 at 101. Belt RkU- kduaatsa . . . . . . government uonasu. o, relou 114 asked, u. . coupon. .iojs mu. EatrtVt nf fnlnmbla B ondft 20-TttT fllttd PllfiW bid. CO-ycar lund Cs, 112U told. Water -?. 1MI. currency. HSU bid. Water stock Ta, rm nirrpnT. 117 bid. ItiSs. fUUdlnK. CUtTenCT, iKntd. 3Js. resisted. sMOs, 100 bid. itD.nli...Aii4 Rrtnd .WfctthlnptouandGeoreo town Railroad conr. 6s, 1st, 130 bid. Waab llnrton and Georeetown Hailroad conv. 8s, ltd, 130 bid. Jietropolitan Kailroad conT. (Is, KOI bid. pelt ltauruaa os, v asset, nwa laston fe&s Compaur 6s, series A, 114 bid. M-Xr t.1 ..... flm I'iminn A RaHM R TB.3UlUfcL"U ."". j -..-- , Wla bid. wasninFlca una vvinpuu wiit. ubi 4ow Ud. U. o. Juecsnc icut coot. us. ao wiu. tnneake ana roiomac ie.cpnon os, ft..1. ...... aAM...

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

&&&? 5 . " m-J .- T ' i-" .." ." -"r. .... jT f -5 e. E"-V &$&&?; .- ?' '3N ? A- "" V 91 -, - - - 1 - -O . 1 THE WiSHDrOTON TIMES, TTTBSO AT, JTY 30 1894. 4 ' 'T! 1- - Going Out of town for the Fourth ? Conie in to-day before you go and let us fit you -with an Outing Suit You'll need one airyway, and j'ou might just as well have it now. We have some very good ones as low as $7.50 and $8.00 the kind you can wear with satisfaction and feel comfortable in, for they'll FIT perfectly. Plenty of all sizes again " in those popular Blue Serge Coats at $5, $6, $7, $8, and $io, double pr single breasted; also all sizes in the White Duck Trousers, at $2, $3, and $4, good duck, too, and; well-fitting Trousers. Robinson; GhBrnJfc Go., Twelfth and F Streets. REMNANT SALE OF VEGETABLE COOKERS. Thoso are most economical, because with them you can " coot Iromonetolourdiner- "" I ent vegetables over one V burner, and they can bo 1 utilized oa any kind of stove. 9 Tueil-JjCOOKU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 July 1894

r t' 4 -- ' , ' L, ,! THE ill rf b!' U. P 6s. VOIi.l. 2stO. 101). WASHINGTON, D. 0.f WEDNESDAY MOBNINGK JULY 4, 1894. ONE CENT. il WASHIFGTBN THMES Ch W 6s, and lngl i W SI A b If J ) b u Al At C Ca. Chr an CUU De Dolr I'isl l.er Mil Jm Lo. Sir i Jm. lull i:. ' (i as Ouu lull Hea. Jtocl houl SL ' bup Ion inn I Wfs .a. ttbc Ms rect) lott Ml( l ..H Aru Jli: & ii Nil .. Jlir Cla V Pv Sci thr. ofL Wnl ho ' t!i bap,. disc had rle 1m pai P cs in w.. all' CO w El ,' I t . te clurity hunti 1J CJ PASSED--39 TO 34 Tariff Bill Cacried Through the Senate by a Party Yote, HILL IS LEFT HIGH AND DRY He Delivers a Pinal Despairing Gasp Against the Income Tax. FOI'ULISTS DIVIDED STRENGTH Democrats "Damped" Allen on Free Fence Wire Republicans Held Together Im portant Anti-Trnst law "Bider" Adopted. Scene of Uproar at the Conclusion Barely Witnessed in the Capitol. In the midst of intenso cxcltorpenl. at 10.41 o'clock last night, after having been debated for three montns and one day, the tariff ...

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

jes :.' .--c, .'"Y ' r4W '' "$ ;. "i. - ; 'If' " -4 .. - 1 11 r A THE WASHINGTON TIMES WEPyESDAX "jULT 4 1894. The Washinoton Times (EVERT DAT IN THE YEARi OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORNER ELEVENTH AND E STKEETS NORTHWEST. Business Office, l Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 317-3. Business Office, S37-2. Price, Dally Edition........... One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month -Thlrty-IKo Cents. WASHINGTON. 1. C, JULY i 1891. The Washington Times The People' Penny Paper. DULY CIRCULATION: Sunday, June 17 20,000 Monday. June 18 20,040 Tuesday, June 19 20,341 Wcdnesdoy.June 20 - 10,439 Thursday.June 21 19,074 Friday. June 22. 10,928 Saturdav.June 23 19,488 Total for first week 138,910 FOR THE PAST WEES: Sunday, June 24 20,743 Jlonday.Junc 25 20,035 Tuesday, June 20 19,831 Wednesday, June 27 20,057 Thursday.June 28 20.000 Friday. June 29 20,022 Saturday. June 30 1 9,095 Total 1-10.683 Average 20,097 TUaUirt ttalevent of lit...

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

-l :". ifi , iW, ' -5- - ', - , , r -s- - wra WASTTrNrGTOTTTMES. WETTOESDAY. 'JT7I.Y 4. 1894. . THE WASBgDfGTpiSV'TIMES,, yEPESPAy JJ7J.X4. ,1894. V' NEWSPAPER M INDICTED r Grand Jnry Acts on the Cases of Ed ", wards and Shriver. 'TRIAL POSTPONED TILL PALL Probability that the Senate Committee Will Submit Throe Beports Allen Has Opin ioni of Hie Own Lodge's 8weejing De nial of a Sugar Stocks Story. The erand Jury at 3 o'clock yesterday after- boon came into criminal court No. 2, Judge Cole, and through its foreman, Louis Hli boum, presented indictments against news- " paper correspondents John 8. Shriver, of the New York Mall and' Express, and. E. J. Ed- Wards, o! the Philadelphia Press. The newspaper men were In court when the . grand Jury came in. The indictments were wor"ded like those rc- turned against Messrs. Macartney and Chap man, the recalcitrant brokers. After District " Attorney BIrney had sppken to the court in Reference to the Indictments and tbe amount of ball to be gi...

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