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

;V j4. t " -,' f-v ;'-a ,. "!. "- S. trfc - .?y, tr?..s, iJ - "OS-"'' rA'JW, . :mv' ' t '.; t v 2S. ,tT At ' TAl't . ,.y; 4" - rtJf -3fc t&'Jzl . & isl -&a - 4 -- 3'' - 5 "J' THE TOASHINGTOINTI&CES,-TOnXNaiJSDAY, JTTLY 4,-18?4s- ---- W " r? JUST THINK Of a handsome, well-made, fashionable, perfect-fitting Outincj Coat and Pants at $7.50. We'll give you one at that price that you'll be proud to wear, and which will be SATISFACTORY i n every particular. Another very popular Out ing Suit is that. WHITE SCOTCH HOMESPUN Coat and Trousers at $10. It's the very newest Sum mer fabric, and is to be ob tained only of TJS. Coats either double pr single breasted, and they'll FIT, too. Other Outing Suits in Checks, Plaids, Stripes, and Plain Colors in Serge, Flan nel, and Outing Cloth. A big variety of them at all prices from $6 to $iS. Blue Serge Coats and White Duck Trousers, in all sizes and all reliable qualities. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. fMlB of MRUS OF W...

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

'jPvtr; Vfctt- S 3 rtfre lear THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. INX. 110. WASHINGTON, D. C., THUBSDAY MORNING. JULY 5, 1894. K ONE CENT. I LEADERS TO BE INDICTED Charges of Conspiracy Are to Brought Against Them. oe AUTHORITIES ARE AFTER DEBS Striken Alio to Bo Punished for Contempt of Court Several Arrests Had at Bin Island Hardly Any Disorder, and the American Railway Union Still on Top. CniCAOO, Jnly 4. An order 'will be entered to-morroV fa the United States conrt for a special grand jury to investigate the railroad strikes. On Tuesday night, before leaving the city, Judge Grosscup left instructions with Clerk Burnham to call a grand jury for next Tuesdny. The investigation will be directed not merely against the strikers who have re sorted to actual violence, but against the leaders of the boycott. Not only will the men who violated tho injunction of the Fed eral court by direct interference with trains be presented for indictment, bat the Govern ment has determined to prosecute Deb...

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

2 , THE WASHINGTON TpCBSTHTmgRAT JTTIiY 5, 180(4?T" ' . "V -. C7,"-'"""", ..'J l, ... .,,.--,, ...,'i.'.'.' .". i " ... . , .... ' r " " i 4 i ' ' i " -U N The Washington Times (Evert Day in the Yeas) ' OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CVTNra ELEVENTH AND E STREETS NOETHWKSE I.' -;i ss Office, t Elevktth Street It W. Telephono Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2 Ii i e, Daily Edition One Cent M-mlay Edition ......Three Cents. iir the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JULY 5, 1894. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILY. CIRCULATION: bunday.Junc 17 , 20,000 Monday, Juno 18 20,043 Tucsday.June 10 20,341 Wednesday, June 20 10,439 Thursday.Juno 21 10,074 Frldav, Juno 22 -'. 10,028 Saturday, Juno 23 10,488 Total for first week 138,910 FOB THE PAST WEEK: Sunday. Juno 24 20,743 MondaT.Juno 25 20,035 Tuesday. Juno 20 10,831 Wednesday, June 27 20,057 Thursday, June 28 20.000 Friday. Juno 29 20,022 Saturday. Juno 30 19,905 Tot...

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

v. .' -' . 5-, I - . . ...' f.' 'J. V " . 1'V.v' . - Wi - - i 7 -. 11 UT --. . " -5 '.- 5 - 'i - "4 a v e ji - j . ...-L .. " tI7 . " j " ,- - , j?t , x " 1 -THE jyASHiyGKroy.TIMES, THUBSDY, .TTJLY- 6. 1894. , s F 1 t !) 3,00(FMen Wanted Immediately To remove 3,000 airs Men's Fine Shoes which never sold for legs than $5.00 per pair. These are genuine -Hand-Sewed Calf Bals and Congress Shoes and Kangaroo Con gress Shoes. We wlHgjVyyou $1.50 on every pair you take away. Ladies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the mone'. Get a quick move on you or you may get left on size. d iv THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO, W. RICH. , 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. SOME SENATORS WORKED. Important Session Held by the Committee J ' on Commerce. The Senute Committee on Commerce held a Tory Important Fourth of July session to-day. Several members 'who desired to get away lor the remainder of the week, wanted the session held and asked to have i certain matters In Which tbey were Interested dispo...

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

,w -' iSBS3fif "V TZ'U. OJ If ' " i v. - .&?.- 4VW, "?'- 1 V , -aiVittTOJU,,-.. "f .?t359 Vv ( &!' ?; . - HTF T. &, , .win!!-; fiiUr" BMtnwi ?" -- v- , 11 It e r WASHTNrGTONi TIMES." FHUBSDT, JTDXY 5 1894. F TjA h yTs i THE MAKERS Of our BLUE and BLACK SERGES are very "hard pushed to keep us supplied with all sizes in the different grades. But we now have a completeline, and can FIT an' and ALL men the shortest and tallest, the stoutest and slimest and fit. them perfectly, too. This is a great season for outing suits; everybody is wearing them. We have a choice line of themvsome as low as $7.50 and $8.00 for coat and trousers, good qual ity, too, or we wouldn't have them, and they'll fit as well as if they were made to your measure. Thin coats and vests and odd coats in all the proper fabrics and reliable qualities at our usual low prices. Come to us for comfort clothes of any sort. Robinson, Gheru Go,, Twelfth and F Streets N.W. sa m WORDS OF WISDOM FOR THIS HOT WEATHER...

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

&W8?T 'Wyt-Tv?"- V-v '- & '-Ji- i ... - - : -j . f '. 6 ' r- " !!S.t1;' 'rv". 'F ' -t'n: '"f. c" , THE "" m. rr i""d W. "Ik- ",. "" - 'V - 'Tl TOIi.l. 2fO. 111. WASHEtfGrTO, D. C, FRIDAY MOBKTNG, JTTLT.U. 189 4. OE CENT. - v , , 11 wj rv a ii.a rv ri.-i.-i ru'w: ri- o xj. x m yjr j- y i - ;x- x jjjl -li X TROOPS WERE POWERLESS Strikers Played a Game, of Hide-and-Scek With Them. TLEXTY OP MISCHIEF DONE Cars Overturned on tho Tract, Switches locked snd Switch Tower Demolished. Debs Issues a Statement to the Public Mayor Hopkins Asks Pullman to Return. Chicaoo. July 5. The sun went down on by tar the-most turbulent and critical day thus far in the unparalleled railroad striko and boycott. When it opened there was a general feeling that its passage would go far toward clearing the atmosphere, if. indoed, it did not practi cally lift tho embargo on commerce which has held this city in its grip for the past week. That expectation was chiefly based, on the presence oT Federal troop...

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

"H -. "- -- "- Zr :'-i' V? J4&-U 1 r BC5V?' -fc t .T f - - o -3f THE WASmKGTOisTIMJEg, FBinXY .TUIiY 6; 1894. 2 The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IKTHE TEARl OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUH.DIXO, T COKlvElt ELEVENTH AND E STREETS KOBTHWEST. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Street it W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-5, Business Offlce, S37-& J'rtcc, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Throo Cents. By the month Thlrty-flyo Cents. r WASHINGTON. 1). C, JULY G. 1S94. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILY CIHCCLATIOX: Sunday.Junc 17 20,000 Monday, June 18 20,040 Tuesday.June 19 20,311 Wednesday, Juno 20 - 19,3D Thursday.June 21 19,074 Triday, June 22 19,928 Snturday.Juno 23 - 10,48s Total for first week 138,910 for tiik iust weee: Sunday.Junc 24 20,743 .Mondnv.Junc 25 20,035 Tuesday.June 20 19,831 Wednesday, June 27 20,057 Thursday, June 28 , 20.000 rriday. Juno 20 20,022 Saturday. June 30 19,095 Total 140.083 .Wcrngc 20,097 Tlitalors stateme...

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

fs'iJS j S -. - VfS" "-T- -V - '" n r - l "- xp -J.V -v-C ., -.' THE WASHTNGKroJSr TIMES, PBIDAY. JTJIiY6. 1894. U 3,000 Men Wanted Immediately- - To remove 3,000 pairs Men's Fine Shoes which never sold' for less than $5.00 per pair. These are genuine Hand Sewed Calf Bals and Congress Shoes and Kangaroo Con gress Shoes. We will allow you $1.50 on every pair you take away. Ladies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the mone'. Get a quick move on you or 3-011 may get left on size. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F' STREET, American Shoe Dealer. H'KINLEYISIVS DEFEAT. London Newspapers Think the Tariff Dc 'bate Has Not Been Wasted Time. Tho .London Dally Standard thinks that the interminable tariff struggle in tho United Slates Congress -was not all wasted time. It has served to educate the people, emphasized the mischief done by monopolies, and has in sured a quicker paoe towards freedom in tho future. It says it is probable that there will bo no more pitched battles betw...

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

iy V V; 7 ST' , "" iSi- I - ,R : $ -"it?. 3 t.A -? ; . i,' . , - -; THE "WASHINGTON TDCES.FBIPAT, JtFLY 6, 1894. , 4" !5S)P3 iMMWV In The mountains, in the coun try, at the seashore, no mat ter where you take the chil dren for their outing, they will need new clothes. We've a choice line of short pants suits in neat dressy patterns at FOUR, FIVE, and SIX dollars, made from fabrics specially selected for their wear, re sisting qualities, are well and strongly sewed, and will stand the hard vacation service, all sizes four to sixteen 3rears. Washable suits and trous ers, corduroy, flannel, and woolen trousers, and percale linen and outing shirtwaists in an unlimited variety of colors, patterns, and designs, but only in reliable quali ties. You'll consult your own interest, as usual, by letting US supply whatever is needed for the boys. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets N.W. -kAU" T,f.fL"""" - rPti'n WORDS OF AYISDOM FOR TniSnOT WEATflER. All sorts ot cdTlco are now pourca in...

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

&, !'t j.T X2 -f-l'fi 9JvVW JV : t Vi' vv-r x a t aj tr "s-Mxr r v '.jri-SST r- tras-STpj": .l""- C - ' . ' ,V,-W'55.Kl r-- zsir 4 4 4t fVVJi- ft. ., fc' ? K A"3 '-'kI.' " rt;. r ,-- - . W .,, , "-'3;if .' - .&" ' v ''" iir f ... .J Jt -C -v.. N-'t r? --- i i ? - THE TOIj.1. JTO. 112. WASHTffGrTCKN, D. O., SATUUDAY MOBBING. JULY 7. 1894. ONE cCENT. v3: --i --- w -v -.-& - f"3 WASHINGTON TIMES u wr "Tt V FIRETHEIRWEAPON Infuriated Mobs Apply the Torch In Every Direction. NUMBERLESS CARS ABLAZE With Every Hour the Peril of the Strike Situation Grows. , SEVERAL LIVES SACRIFICED One Man Stoned to Death Troopi Being Massed and Harried Into tie Tnrbnlent Districts Miles of Track and Valuable Machinery Destroyed Serious Apprehen sion Felt at Pullman Toughs and Thieves Take Advantage of the Disorder to Fly Their Nefarious Vocations. Chicaoo, July 6. With flaming torch law lets hordes offlrebugs are at work at n score ol points in tbo south halt of Chicago. Pirej era raging in ev...

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

.-vfj,7ws5awi, A t "? "J'cii.'vs .. . ".i.. 'sk s.' v-. ... v, "-v ' "r " , THE WHiyGtOKlTIMESitTimpAYJTJLY 7t 189; " v. T J- The Washington Times (EVEBV DAY IS THB TEAM OWNKD AND ISSUED BT i The Washington Times Compaaj TIMES BUILDING, - O01O.ER ELETEVTII AND E JSTKEKT8 KOTHWESC" Business Office, 431 Elxvkntb Street N. W. Telephone-Editorial Rooms, XJ7-S. BusiucU Office, S37-& Frice, Pally Edition.... One Cent Surnlny Edition Three Cents. By the month .. ..Thirtr-nT Cents. "WASHINGTON. U. C, JtJLY 7. 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILY CIBCULATIOSl Simdn,Junc IT 20,000 MonJny. Juno 18..... 20,040 S ucsJny.Junc 1 20,341 WcdncsJny.Junc 20 . 10,439 ThursJay.Junc '21..... 10,074 lridav. June 22 10,028 Saturday, June 23 10,488 Total for first vcefc 138,010 ron mi tast nn: Sunday, Juno 24. Mondnr.Junc 2S 20,035 Tuesday, June 20 10,831 Wednesday, June 27 20.057 Thursday, June 28 20.000 rriday, Juuc-20 20,022 Saturday. June 30 10,005 Total 140.083 Average 20,007 ...

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

S-"Ji J' A vi G- T -T,.- - w.t --:- ife; 'te 3 5 TlTASmNCKTO-TIMES, SATTODcR -Vlflfir -7. 1894 w- V 3,000 Men Warfted Immediately To remove 3,000 pairs Men's Fine Shoes which never sold for less than $5.00 per pair. These are genuine Hand Sewed Calf Bals and Congress Shoes and Kangaroo Con gress Shoes. We will allow you $1.50 on every pair you take away. Badies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the money. Get a quick move on you or you ,may get left on size. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO; W. RICH. 919 F STREET, AmerlcanShoe Dealer. RECORD OF THE COURTS. EqcnrCoCRT.Nal, JustlcoCox Lee ts Lee; testimony before C. Ingle, eletnluer, ordered talen. Zsetrman TS. Jones; cause allowed to proceed without prejudice 10 defendant Jouea. ilattbewB -.a. -Matthews; commission to pet non resident tes imonr ordered to Issue. Fioohlich s. Kehl; pro eoufesso ncalnst defendants all granted. .M ox ley r. iloxley; rterendaut hmlly A. Jioxlej required to ausn er In ten days. Sut ler a. fctront; petiti...

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

FfS? a -V-S - 'ifiJf, T s, J V i ,. - -" V5 V ." - T " - If THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATJTJBP-a-T. JJITLY 7, 1894. - ;W "Hi? -- . ! Pon't Bay Clothes at any price unless you get the full worth of your money. Some Clothes are very expensive at any price. If you pur chase your Clothes HERE 3'ou take no risk -whatever, for if any or no reason at all you are dissatisfied, back goes your money, and not begrudgingly, either. You'll need an Outing Suit of some sort, no matter where you go for your vacation, and the finest and best selection in town is HERE. Just think of a 'good, reliable, neat pattern Outing Coat and Pants at $7.50 or $8, perfect fitting, too. Others at prices up to $18, and all good ones. Shall we fit you with one ? Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets N.W. jB$$2g3Sr WISDOM FOR THIS HOT WEATHER. All sortf or tdTlce rr now poured into unwill ing ears as to tbr best way of now kwplnc.ii good condition. OUR adrtce Ii Vse Hygienic which means italihful Ice It Is mads of ...

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

wmww PPfifcr i i 7 THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.!. NO. 113. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING. JUXY S. 1891. ONE CENT. y WAR IN EARNEST State Troops Pour a Volley Into a Yicions Mob. BAYONETS WERE ALSO DSED One Man Killed and Many More Fa tallv Wounded in the Fight. GEN. MILES' STRINGENT ORDERS Eiot and YandalUm Unabated Probability of Btill Greater Disorder Knights of la bor Hay Be Called Out at Once, Adding As Army to the Already Unemployed. Ecenei or Violence in Different Places Along tie Bailroadi. Chicago, July 7. The mob and the date of Illinois came together this afternoon, and a pitched battle was the result. The num ber tilled and wounded will never be known, as the mob carried off a number of men who wore seen to fall, and whether they were dead or wounded, or how many of them fell, it is Impossible at this time to ascertain. As far as known the casualties were as follows: Dead John Burke, striker, killed by bayonet thrust through the abdomen. Wocjjded Lieut. Harry Heed, compan...

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

- -4 f - -W f-'-S v - .,,- J1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY. JULY 8, 1894. r . ,. . GOLDEN CALF IS THEIR IDOL Representative Talbert Says This of Cleveland and Congress. THBY BOW DOWN AND WORSHIP Hi Sayi tin People Want Thomai Jefferson Democracy Equal Sights to All and Special Privileges to None Meeting of Interstate Democratic Association. "I will not follow Democratlo leaders who Will bow down and worship the golden calf ot monometallism, while silver, the people's money, has been buried. I believe that Presi dent Cleveland and two-thirds ot the mem bers of Congress are worshipers of that golden calf Such were the emphatio remarks made by Representative Talbert, of South Carolina, at a meeting of the Interstate Democratic Asso ciation last evening. Mr. Talbert's was a atralght-out honest Democratlo speech, and his remarks were loudly cheered by those present Before Mr. Talbert's address was delivered there was a short business meeting ot the as sociation, at which the following ge...

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

4 v"M"V"J'' - iws""J" V " THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, 'JULY 8. 1894. 4 ' ; w tfi. SULLIVAN WAS VERY WILD Bases on Balls Largely Responsible for the Senators' Defeat LIGHT BATTING ON BOTH SIDES Tor Four Innings tho Washington Had a Clear Load, bat Chicago Refused to lag Behind and Finally Won Ont In the Eighth on Sallivan'i Poor Pitching. Results of Yesterday's Games. Bostov, 10; Cleveland, 10. Baltimoiie, 11; Cincinnati, 1 New Yoke, 14; Louisville, 8. PniLABKLPUIl, IS; 1'ITTSBUBO, a Dkooiltk, 10; St. Long, 5. Chicago, 9; Wisnisarox, 7. m Tlic Championship Record. w. i. l-cti vv. r r. Baltimore.. SO 13 .OMIClevelnnd.. 8 3 .M Boston. CO .GE3 Cincinnati. 27 31 .400 New York.. 37 :i .C07l Louis.... S7 SO .4iu Fnlli'phla, 84 23 .EUflilcaso.... SI 40 .341 Brooklyn... 84 S4 .5s6KVnsh'ton... 18 4 J .?J0 Pittsburg .. SO 27 .671LouUt1Uo.. 18 4S .262 SENATORS DOWNED AGAIN. Vnson and Ills Yoimc Men Won a Very Close Game. Chicago, July 7. To-day's gam6 was tue lightest hitting gam Been here (o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 July 1894

:' v K 'o ' - i 2" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JTTLT 8, 1894. The Washington Times ffiTEBT DAT IN Till YEAK) OWNED AD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, 4RVTR El Biaill AND E 8TKIET3 NOBiuukSIi ErsiNEss Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Room, 837-3. Business Offlce, S37-2. rice,DaIlT Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Ify tho month Thlrty-nyo Tents. WASHINGTON, D. C., JULY 8. 1894. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILY CIBCCiaTION: Sonday.Jnne t7 20.000 Mondr. June 18 20,046 Tucsday.Juno 10 20,341 IVcdnesdny.Jnne 20 - 10,439 Thursday.June 21 19,074 Friday. June 22 19.928 Saturday, Juno 23....... 19.488 Total for first week 138,910 FOR TUB PAST WEEK 'Sunday. Juno 24 20,743 .Monday, June 25 ."... 20,035 Tuc-day, June 20 19,831 Wednesday. June 27 20,057 Thursday, June 28 20.000 Friday. June 29 20,022 Saturdaj. June 30 19,995 Total 140.683 ATerogc 20,007 The above etatement of the circulation of The Timet u alitolute'y co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 July 1894

-r n THE WASHTNGrTON TIMES. SUNDAT, JTJLY 8, 1894. Mainlu RboUt Women in Home and Society v, Tbe latest fad among women Is the collect Ing or buckles. They prater a now buckle to a box ot boubons or a bunch o! violets, and when presents aro not numerous their own allowance diminishes with startling rapidity. Cause tbe boom In buckles. The dainty Bummer shirt waists are In a measure re sponsible lor this buckle craze. They requires a belt, and a belt requires a buckle. The sil ver buckles are tne most popular. They are Ions and narrow" or round and much orna mented. Some are ot flligreo, while others are plain or oxidized. iiucuie3 ol black enamel, Inlaid with silver or gold, are effective upon a delicately tinted ribbon belt. The gold buckles aro beautiful enough to warrant the price at which they are sold. One represents a cold hoop, around which a snake has t wined his body. 1 he eyes are glistening emeralds. Plain gold buckle? havo tbe owner's mono gram engraved upon them. Among ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 July 1894

CPPi " J T " JJ THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 8. . 1894. IT CHECKED DREAD DISEASE History of the Origin and Splendid Results of Vaccination. INOCULATION IS AN OLD ART Hodcm Mcth.ds for the Obtaining or Vac cina Hattor Collecting tho lymph in Glass Tabes Ho Fear Necessary in Ee gard to Properly Performed Vaccination. The world one hundred years ago was on tho ovo of a discovery which was destined to bold in check and roodiry ono ot tho most persistent and terribln diseases which had affected mankind, namely, smallpox (variola). Tho origin cf this disease Is unknown, but that It is associated with antiquity is unques tioned. Prior to 1300, tho year in wnich vaccination may bo said to havo been intro duced throughout the world, innumerable measures and rerroiios had been emplojedto prevent the ravages of this disease, but all had proved to be impractical or had failed, and the people had accepted the condition as a visitation of Providence. In order to property appreciate tho deva...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 July 1894

- ysrtsx)'-T-'') ' - isf" '-" -f t THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY. JUJLY 8. 1894. 3,000 Men r Wanted Immediately To remove 3,000 pairs Men-'s Fine Shoes which never sold for less than $5.00 per pair. These are genuine Hand Sewed Calf Bals and Congress Shoes and Kangaroo Con gress Shoes. We will allow you $1.50 on ever' pair you take away. Ladies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the money. Get a quick move on you or you may get left on size. T KE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. VV. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. DISTRICT NATIONAL GUARD. Tho Morton Cadets last Tuesday night elected to the position of second lieutenant G. H. Tr.ilies. At present the commissioned officers lire: E. A. Shilling, captain, II. S. Shepanl, first lieutenant; d. E. Tralles, second lieutenant. Last night the following promotions were ordered: -From privates to ergiants. not ranted, A. W. Shilling, A. It. Claxton, H. It. Sisson, E. JI. Tnvlor and H. L. Marie Promotions to corpomlcies will be made next W...

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