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

''..r . -ipww 2 .."",- v -w f S -' "bSs 4 a-wlii. .. ---i 0' ... -, iA' . . - --v-- -" - sBr , ,,Vv vr-y. ,-""-," ."V , -,,5 THE WASHETGTON TESCES, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1894. I he Sojourners By the beach or in the mountains, the travelers by sea or rail, and the stay at homes, ALL need THIN CLOTHES, and every well-dressed man you know will tell you that this busy corner of'TWELFTH and F Sts is the best place in town to buy Clothes of any sort or for any use. Summer Suits that are dress' as well as comfortable, and that will FIT. are here in great Summer-xoeight Under wear, Negligee Shirts and Washable Neckwear are the three things most in demand in Tfnmishino CZnnds. and as vanetv. hints from Sio UO. i Coats aud Pants from $6 tolusual the best selection in town SiS. Coats and Vests from is HERE, and at the lowest prices, loo. $3 to $15, and odd Coats 3 from 50c to $10. Blue Sertre Coats and White Duck Trousers in all sizes and in ever' reliable grade. Prices as-low as the lowest, with be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 July 1894

r v . 4 !? r' W .-?... j-. - . 'W4 THE ? js TIMES r.- -.?-- - ': WAS HI Me TWfe ! ! , . - ft iS f TOL.l. NO. 114. LIKE MARTIAL LAW President Cleveland's Procla mation to the People, MOBS ORDERED TO DISPERSE WASHDrGTOSr, D. (V-MOarPATT MOENING, JXTJiX 9, 1894. Ii. , tnet here to-day. Resolution! denouncing G. M. Pullman, praising the A. B. IT., endors ing the stand taken by Grand Master Work man Sovereign, and condemning President Cleveland for sending regular troops to Chi eago were unanimously adopted. After Noon. To-day the Army Restore Order in Chicago. will INSTRUCTIONS TO GBN. MILES Law-Abiding but Heedless Persons Warned to Keep Away from Centers of Turmoil So That the Innocent May Hot Suffer with the Guilty In the Task of Suppressing Slots No Discrimination Can bo Made Between Participants and Here Spectators. Just before midnight President Cleveland Issued the following proclamation: peoclaiiatiox sr the rnEsiDtM of the EMTED STATES. "Whereas, by reason of the unlawful ob st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 July 1894

a '-' v fK$S&i$R r5s"Vi -. V e"j " x " ?. i ' -CA THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 0, 1894. :3UT The Washington Times (EVEUT DAT I V TBS YsAal OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, C0KNXS BLEVKNl'll 1X0 STREETS 'NOETHWEST. EASINESS Omci, 431 ELSfEITH STREET X W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Office, 337-1 rrice, Dally Edition One Cent ' Sunday Edition ......Three Conts. By tne month Thirty-live Cents, WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY. 9, 1801. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DUX.T CIBOCXATIOa: ' Sunday.June 17 20,000 Monday, June 18 20,040 Tnesday.Jnne 10 , 20,341 Wcdncsday.June 20 - 19,430 Thursday, Jnne 2 1 19,074 Friday. June 22'. 19,928 Saturday. Jnne 23 - 10.488 Total for first week 138,910 Snnday, Juno 24 20,743 "Monday. June 23 20.035 Tuesday, Juno 20 '. 10,831 Wednesday, Juno 27 20,057 Thursday. Jnne 28 20.000 Friday, Juno 29 20,022 Saturday. June 30 10,995 Total for second week 140,683 FOR THE TAST WEEK: Sunday, Julyl 20,02...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 July 1894

'--. ' "'-s ''- '-'v-'- ,.,".'-, ,r 4J..tev -. j-s . -ri' ."-.v . . s.r !"-- .ti -; ( THE "WASHINGTON TIMES,1' MONDAY. JT7LT 9. 1894. t ngE 3 'SSBS . .i X V W 3,00.0 Men Wanted Immediately Ty remove 3,000 pairs Lien'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 $ou $1.50 on every pair you take away. Ladies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the money. v Get a quick move on you or you may get left on size. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, ' American Shoe Dealer. IT WAS HENRY J. PORTER. Body of the Long Ilridse Suicide Identified as That of Hon. Robert T. Porter's The body of the man who committed sui cide by jumping into the Potomao from Long Bridge on Saturday was identified nt the morgue yesterday by T. W. Young as that of Henry J. Porter, brother of Robert P. Porter, x-superintendent of the census. The remains were at once removed to the under...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 July 1894

J i l $ ' 7 THE WASHTNGTOTif TIMES, MONDAY, JUIiY 9. 1894. Where To go on your vacation is .just now the uppermost thought in the minds of many men. What to wear is also a question of con siderable importance, but which can be easily disposed of. Leave it to US, and we'll see to it that you are CORRECTLY attired, and guarantee that you'll wear better fitting, more fash ionable, and finer Clothes, at less cost, than anv of your friends who go else where for their outfit. Outing Coats and Pants at $6, $7.50, $8, $10, $12, $15 and $18, 'in all fash ionable colors and patterns, and in all reliable fabrics. Blue and Black Serge Coats, double or single-breasted, at $5, $6, $7, $8 and $10. White Duck Trousers, that are stylishly cut and will FIT, at $2, $3, and $4. Flannel and Serge Trousers, white and fancy colors, from $3 to $7.00, and a particu larly choice line of NEGLI GEE SHIRTS at less than wholesale prices. Come to US for thin clothes of any kind and you get the best to be had anyw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. XO. 113. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY 31 OK XING. JULY 10. ISiH. OXE CENT. l 1 V RIFT IN THE WAR CLOUD Things Quieting Down in the Big City on Lake Michigan. ONLY FEW TRIFLING CONFLICTS Principal Interest Now Centers in the Pos sible Strike of All Labor Unions Bcfnsal of Pullman's Managers to Listen to Pro posali of Arbitration Kay Hasten It Cuicaoo, July D. Tlio war cloud which has overhung this city and this land for tho past trn days shows distinct signs of lifting. Instead of stories of additional railroads tied up at various points throughout tho country, to-day's dispatches almost without exception bring advices ot strikers returning to work and an increased resumption of traffic, amounting In somo places to a return to normal conditions. Tho dav iu Chicago has passed without a serious conflict between the rioters and tho armed forces now on duty here. The feature of tho day has been the action early this morning, after an nil-night session, ot tha fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 July 1894

TIIE "SVAgllXS-GTOX TtMltS, TTTESDAT. .JTLT 10, 1804. The Washington Times ffiTPRT DAT IS THE YEIR) owskd and issued by The Washington Times Company TIMES liUILUIKG, CORNER ELEVENTH AND E SIKECT3 NORTHWEST. BrstNKss OrnCK, Ml Euevknto Street X W. Telephone Editorial Rooms 337-3 llusmess Onlce, SST-i Trice, Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition. . .Throe Cents. By Oio month Tlili ilr-nv Ceun. WASHINGTON. D. C, JULY 10. 1S01. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. iiii.r cinoCLATios: Sundny.Jnne IT 20.000 Monday, Juno 18 20,010 Tuesday.Jane 10 20,341 Wednesday, J line 20 - 19,139 Thurday,Junc 21 19,074 rridav, June 22 10,928 Saturday, June 23 - 19.188 Total for first ViCeU 138,910 Sunday. Juno 21 20,743 .Monday-June 25 20,035 Tuesday, June 20 .. 19,831 Wednesday, June 27 20,057 Thursday, June 28. 20.000 rrlday, June 29..... 20,022 Saturday. June 30.... 19,995 Total for second week 110.083 FOR-TUK FAST WEEK nnday.July 1 20,028 Monday, July 2 - 21210 Tuesday, July 3 20,908 Wednes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 July 1894

""555!s5,""w '''5',';,3p iR -53 THE WASHINGTON TEVEES, TTJ,ESDAXv JULY 10. 1SA4. '; 1 3,000 Men Wanted Immediately To remove 3,000 pairs Men's Fine Slides 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 everr pair you take away. Ladies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the mone'. Get a quick move on you or 3'ou may get left ou size. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. HANY NOMINATIONS YESTERDAY President Cleveland Sent an I'nusunlly Lnrgo Budget In Yesterday. Tha President sent to the Senate yesterday tbe following nominations: Treasury John C. McGuire, to be snrvoyor ot customs in the district of NewJYort, N. Y.; Ed ward J Taylor, collector of custoine for the dis trict of Niagara, Now Tort; William A. attach, collector of customs for the twenty-first district of New York. -lustico Napoleon B. Laughlin. associate Justice or su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 July 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, .TTJIiY 10. 1894. THAT New suit for outing wear you'd want it to be a good one, of course, and 3'et not too costh Then you want to come HERE for it and you'll get what you want, good, reliable, well-made fashionable garments- at very reasonable (or from the prices asked- elsewhere UNREASONABLY LOW) prices. Coats and Trousers, in serge, flannel and outing cloth, in checks, plaids, stripes and solid colors, from $6 to ' $18, and what is equally as important they'll FIT perfectly. One of the most popular outing suits is that WHITE SCOTCH HOME SPUN, the verjr latest summer fabric. To be had only of us, and it's only TEN DOLLARS for Coat and Trousers. Coats either double or single breasted. See them and you'll wear one. Robinson, Gherij Go,, Twelfth and F Streets N.W. The Voting Has Now Commenced In earnest for the wre littlo par ticipants in our Baby Popularity Contest, ami the large- nnmter of ballots already cast Is hut a slight in dication of tho treme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 July 1894

"""$ THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. G., WEDNESDAY MOKNING, JULY 11. 1894. ONE CENT. VOL.l. NO. 116. r V -J KNIGHTS, STRIKE ! Grand Master Workman Sov ereign Issues His Mandate. ONE MILLION CALLED OUT An Impassioned Appeal to Sustain The Cause of Labor. IT IS RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT Crisis Beached in the Affairs of the Nation. Cham Between Classes and Masses Widening Every Day Pnllman, Like Nero, Langhs in luxury While Devoted Utartyrs Burn If the Present Strike is iost It Will Betard the Progress of Civili zation All the Victories Won in the Past at Stake in This Conflict. CmcAoo, July 10. Knights of Labor throughout the entire country, numbering nearly 1,000,000 men, have been called upon to striko lor the cause of organized labor. General Master 'Workman Sovereign issued an order late this evening to all members of the organization to ceaso work until the con flict originating in the strike for the Pullman employes shall have been settled. Following is the text of the order: Cnic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 July 1894

T THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY. JTJLX 11, 189i. ThB Washington Times (Etibt Dat is tux Tm) OWNED AXB ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDDCO, Cornxk Eleventh and E Streets Northwest. BCSIXE33 OFTICE, 431 ELEVENTH STREET N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms 337-3. Business Office, 337-1 rrice. Daily Edition. One Cent Sunday Edition -....Three Cents. By the month .Thlrtr-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JDLY 11, 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DAILT CIRCCLATIOX! Sunday.June 17 20,000 Monday, Juno 18 20,040 Tuesday.June 10 20,341 Wednesday, J une 20 - 10,430 Thursday.June 21 19,074 Friday, June 22 19,028 Saturday, J line 23 19.488 Total for first week 138,910 Sunday, June 24 20,743 .MondBT, June 25 20,035 Tuesday, June 20 19,831 Wedncsdny, June 27 20,057 Thursday, June 28 ... .... 20.000 Friday, June 20 20,022 Saturday, Juno 30 10,903 Total for second -weet 140,083 tor the rxsr week Sunday, July 1 .... 20,028 Monday, Julr 2 21,210 Tuesday, July 3 20,908 We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, "WEDNESDAY. JULY 11. 1894. 3 h u i nno Mpn Wanted Immediately To remove 3,000 pairs Lien's Fiue 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 3'ou $1.50 on ever' pair 3rou take awa Ladies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the money. Get a quick move on you or 3'ou may get left on size. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. RECORD OF THE COURTS. Forrrr Court. No. 1, Chief Justice Blnjham Brooks T9 Brooke; testimony before .1. Crulks .banks, examiner, ordered taken, Straus vs. Thompson; Dr. Mackell and A. A. Blrney ap pointed receivers. Connolly vs. Haub; restrain lne order discharged. Hunt vs. Hunt; time to file amendment to bill granted. Pennsylvania 1L 1L Co vs. Browii; pro confesso or defendants; Brown made absolute Glover vs. Bancroft. auditor's supplemental report finally confirmed. Heurich Brewing Co vs. ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 July 1894

rr-irft' s1-- "i.TLjs.'ras -rr -L.-S a&ik tSssf firf'.i.:-JSv ; ffii- L " ... -i--fc,r-- .. -r is-i f--'i-' v - -f f . "J nflWASHINrTOTIMES, WEDNESDAYi JTJLY 11. 1894. THE MAN Without an Outing Suit is not in it this year. Every body wears them states men, doctors, lawyers, mer chants, clerks and all other dressy men, and by far the prettiest and best ones in town are those with OUR NAME upon the hanger of the coat. Come in to-day, or when ever it suits 'your con venience, and let us FIT you with a nobby, stylish one. It will give you lots of comfort and won't cost a fortune, either. Some as low as $7.50 and $8 that are dressy enough for anybody, and would cost $12 or $i'5 in any other store in town. Others at $10, $12, $15 and $18. All neat patterns and reliable fabrics, too. We have a lot of light colored Mohair Coats and Vests that are NOW $3 and $4 each, instead of $5 and $7.50, just because the sizes are broken. Perhaps your size may be here. If it is you save $2 or $3.50. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 July 1894

53&raRristss,? -;"Jayrjpi!r i -. u,vwTri3pia--,5?3 '-"qz 1,-iW -M VW W-Trt irf. &$ ita-tXii- V -, -, j - THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHESTGTOlSr, D. C, THURSDAY MOBNIIfG. JULY 12, 1804. TOL.l. 20. 117. O. CENT. ,' M TEST OF THE IMPEACHMENT. Specific Charges as Drawn Up Against Attorney General Olncy. IS GUILTY OF HIGH CRIMES. Member of the local Knights' Assembly Heartily Approve the Proceeding! Mr. McQaire Argues That the President Can Conduct Arbitration Tinder the Act of 1886. Great activity existed in labor union circles yesterday, the chief topic of interest being the proposed impeachment of Attorney General Olney, which was exclusively announced in the columns of The Times. There is a concurrent opinion of approval in the allied trades at tho action of Secretary Treasurer Haj e and tho members of the exe cute a committeo of tho Knights of Labor in bringing a bill of impeachment against tho Attorney General. They condemn the lntter'a action in unmeasured terms as unconstitu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 July 1894

r " -4"'r i)f!""" t-- ,$ , -f-t,,- r t - " ftr.1-. s; i -E- i-v -" rtr -aw .ji,, ,,? ; THE WASHING-TON TITLES, THUBSOAY, JX'LY 12, 1894. The Washington Times (Frritv Dat in tub v kau) OYVXFD AM) lSIini) IIY The ashin(ton Times Cmnpan) TIMES BUII DING, Cornfr Eleventh anb K Sthekts NohtuiyksT. Bcsisess Office, : ti kvestu Stkfft N. W. Telephone Editorial Itooms, 337-3 Business Onlce, 'I37--1 Price, Dally Iditlon OneCent Sunday LMItlon -....Three Cents. Hjr tho month ..Thirty-lire Cents. WASHINGTON, 1). C, JULY 12 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. DA1LT CIRCULATION: Punday.Junc 17 i 20,000 Monday, June 18 20,040 Tuesday.June 19 20,341 Wedncsdaj.Junc 20 19,430 Thursday.June 21 10.074 Friday. June 22 19,028 Saturday.June 23 10.488 Total for first -neck 138,910 Sunday. June 24 - 20,743 Monday, June 25 20,015 Tucsdaj, June 20..... 19,811 Wednesday, June 27 20,057 Thursday, June 28 20.000 Iriday.Jnno 20..., - 20,022 Saturday.June 30 10,095 Total for second neck. 140,083 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 July 1894

OrSFS'i, TTTE WASHI5fGTO TDLES, TIITJTISDAY. JULY 12. 1894. 3 'V JA' - .' ( 4 H t 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 money. Get a quick move on you or you may get left on size. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. WANTS AN INJUNCTION. George W. Dunn Ilnngs Suit Against the .National Lithographic Company. George W. Dunn yesterday asked lor an in junction against Horace Kenney, William C. Cooke, and the National Lithographlo Com pany. In his petition he claims that the com pany is insolvent, and asks that Horace Ken ney, the principal stockholder, bo made to account and a receiver appointed to take charge of the company's affairs and wind up it business. Tiiis corporation figured co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 July 1894

sw;- -v -"" THE 'WASHIXGTO'N" TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 12. 1894. ALL SIZES Again in both double and single breasted of those pop ular BLUE SERGE COATS at $5 and $7 each. All shapes, too, regular, long, and stout. We can FIT any and ALL men. White duck trousers, good ones, too, at $1.50, $2, $3, and $4 per pir, all sizes. You'll need some NEGLI GEE SHIRTS, too, and you can get better values HE RE at 75c, $1, and $1.50 than anywhere else in town, the neatest and prettiest pat terns of 1S94 styles, too, and they'll FIT, too Try one or two and see for yourself. Robinson, Ghsry Go,, Twelfth and F Streets N.W. Closing Out Those Handy VEGETABLE COOKERS. We aro closing oat the balance of those handy vegetable cookers cook two or three vegetables over 0110 blaze. S1.25 Cookers, Now 95c 1.50 Cookers, Now S1.10. 1.75 Cookers, Now S1.30. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. $3.50 SHOES. There's K Torth of leather There's $"5 worth of work There's $5 worth of comfort There's 5 wnrth of nt There'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 July 1894

!!QK- - t4'T!(i' S: THE t. a -"r- . "VOL.1. O. 118. WASHDfGTOS', D. C, FBIDAY MORNING, JJTLY 13. 1894.. ONE CENT. WASHIN&1M TIMES '; WASHINGTON WINS Christian Endeavor Convention Will Meet Here in 1896, DECISION LOUDLY CHEERED All Delegates in the Cleveland Con tention Agree on the Choice. BALTIMORE WANTED IT BADLY The Oriole Endeavorers Had Distributed Myriads of Buttons, Bat the Impregnable Arguments of Oar Delegates Were Too Strong for Their Opponents Percy Foster Starts Up "Blest Be the Tie That Binds" When the Beport is Made Secretary Baer's Eeport Shows That the Society Has Gained 7,395 Members in Two Years. SPECIAL TO THE TIMES. Cleveland, Ohio, July 12 As predicted In The Times, Washington has won. The Inter national Christian Endeavor Convention will bo held in the national capital in 189G. This announcement was made simultane ously in the Saengerfcst hall and big tent at 8:23 to-night by Dr. James L. Hill, member of the United Society board of trustees from Massachuset...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 July 1894

-a 'w-,1,' .-TTFiTpv TM1; THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAT, JTJI.X 13, 1894. IV t, .A". -. '; The Washington Times,; tEvTnr Dir in- TnE Yexr OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUI LDINO, Corner Eleventh and E Streets Northwest BctimssOfhce, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, S37-1 Price, Dally Edition... One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month .Thirty-Ore Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 13, 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. BAIL? CIBCULATIOSI Sunday, June I7..b 20,000 Monday, Juno 18. ..- w 20,040 Tuesday.June 10.- v..- 20,341 JYedrfesdny.June 20. .. n..... 19,439 Thnrsday.Juno SI .mw,,, 19,074 Friday. Juno 22 ........... .. 19,928 6atnrdayf June 23.,...,. - 19,488 total for first week. 138,010 SundayJuno 24.. ...... . 20,743 Mondayrfunc SS.w.-.. 20,035 Tuesday, June SG....... '- 19,831 Wednesday, Juno 27. .. ... 20,057 Thursday, June 28.."- 20,000 rriday. Juno 29 ..- ...... 20,022 Saturday June 30....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 July 1894

- -"flS5TlxSfs,-j?, rti$s ggyj-V ' - j-?-'?ggvyr'.J'qr-- THE WASHEN'GTO TOIES, FRIDAY JULY 13, 1894. 3 V 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 avaj Ladies' Oxfords from 98c to $2.50, worth double the money. Get a quick move on j'ou or 3rou may get left on size. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. UNHAPPY IS THEIR LOT. Men and Women A ho Ask to Be Released from Their Mama Re Bonds. Chief Justice Bingham yesterday granted Julia A. Hammerly a divorce from Joseph A. Hammerly. The parties were married at Alexandria, Virginia, March 2, 16GD, by the Key. M. Huff, of the Southern Methodist Epis copal church. Seven children hare been born to them of whom Ave are living. On July 18, 1890. Hammerly deserted his wile, but re returned to her in May, 18...

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