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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 July 1894

vS ' "-Will- ' t"- .. -;- yXJgx It.- 'fSptpSJ - ", ', " TL'&fS-y-j)!. V1 - & - TUB TT-ASBINGrTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1894. THERE'S More tlian tlie price to be considered in buying clothes. QUALITY COUNTS, and very often the highest price garments are the cheapest to buy, but no matter what the price of any garments bought of US we guarantee them THOR OUGHLY RELIABLE, and better v lue for the money than you can get anywhere else in town. You'll need a THIN SUIT to wear on jour vacation. See OUR line of Outing Suits. Some as low as $7.50 and $8; good ones, too, in neat and dressy patterns. Others at $10, $12, $15, and $18, all well made, fashion ably cut, and guaranteed to FIT perfectly. Robinson, Gheru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. WYou won't And them at "sales;" Our Factory Cannot Keep Up WITH THE DEMAND FOR Wilson's $3.50 Shoes. But that onlj shows one thine, popular ity they are durable but that in't enough, they'rn comfortable but that isn't fnough, they're stylish but...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 July 1894

"SSWSBHSSWps?: -.( , THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 123. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 18. 1894. ONE CENT. BITTER FIGHT IN PROSPECT Senate and House Conferees Disagree on All Important Points. VOORHEES FRANK ADMISSION Aiarich and Seed Say the Republicans Will Not Obstruct and That a Qeneral Disagree ment Report Will Be Presented Without Delay Southerners Hold a Conference. The first formal conference on the tariff bill with all the Senate ai.il Honse members, both Deniocratlo and Republican, present, was lielJ yesterday nnd continued only about an hour. An adjournment was then taken until 2 o'clock to-day. The proceedings of the fall conference con sisted in an effort on the part of the Demo cratic members to enlighten their Republican colleagues upon disagreements between tbo Democratic members of the two Houses, with out repealing tho methods by which they have sought to get together on the details of ihe proceedings of tho Democratic confer- nces. It had been expecte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 July 1894

'.-z. "JSfesT-U" - T'"-Sh'Z 2 THE WASHINGTON TI3EES, WEDNESDAY, JTJIiT J8, 1894. iV7 'ftV - ""' X - "vw-. zvx-rS!'fcp'? The Washington Times (ETKR?CiT IK THE TKii OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Corner Eleventh ano E Streets Northwest. Business OrncE, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms 337-S. Business Office, 337 -1 Frice, Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. St the month Thirty-rive Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 18, 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. CIKCULATION FOR THE FAST WEIC: Sunday.JnlT 8 20.131 Monday, July 9 20,000 Tuesday.July 10 20,053 Wednesday, July 11 20,031 Thursdayjuly 12 20.000 Friday. July 13 20,008 Saturday, July 14 20,144 Total for week 140,028 Average 20,075 The abort itatement cf the circulation rf The Tmtt U abieluUly corrert, and the number of japer pvbluhed each day vat dittrlbuted tobnna fie rtadtre in the city Washington and ticimty. tub vxsmsGTos tjhes co.vr.t.vr, 1'er C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 July 1894

-rrviv -riy,t " -fr?Pt&0i'J"il r.?a. I,- "iK,Vi'' At5 - s,w j. 3?C ".(!M,t.-"" ""- -v !rF-, &$- &&f . .KBW-'J THE WASHTtf ?OIT TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. 1894. ummer Oxfords At, About Half What It Cost to Make Them. Onolot Ladles' SiOO Russia Calf Ox. lord:, at C9 cents per pair. One lot Ladles' ti50 Bongo: Oxfords, at 26 cents per pair. One lot Men's 34.03 Ussla Calf Ox fords, at S1.85 per pair. Tbese are goods which bare seen count ermanded by western dealers on ac count of recent strike. We bought ibem at about 40 per cenL on manufacturers' cost to produce tbem, and are giving you tbe benefit cf our lucky purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. t 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. SPECIAL NOTICE. IINE HORSE TO BE GIVES AWAY OX 1 September 1, 1894; tickets with each pur chase. Leather top buggy, 25; flue trap, cost S'XO used once, flS3: 4-seat high English cart, cost fSOO, for 51:3, new; phaetou, cost 5125. for SUCK canonr ton surrey, shifting tent, nem, $9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 July 1894

- 4&V ' " &J?r&&''mW::'' W THE "W:ASHESTGTON" TIMES, WEDNESDAY JULY 18, 1894'. V -., - It Is Very sratlfylnc. Indeed, that not Withstanding all the fake and catoh penny hurrah sales WE are always busy, and that this Is the best Spring and Hammer season wo ever had. People go ana look at the so-called great bargains-then come HERE and BUY. They know that whatever they buy ol us Is thoroughly rellablo, and is Just as represented, and II for any reason they are dissatisfied they can return it and get their money. Don't you need a thin Suit, a light Coat and Vest, on odd Coat, or some White Duck Trousers? You'll And the biggest assortment and the finest garments in town HERE, and at the lowest prices, too. Try us and see for yourself. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. WE MAKE $3.50 SHOES Out of good, sound, tested leather on the celebrated Wilson True Com fort" lasts. The raton ire soil them so low is because WE ilAKE THEM. 2io middleman's profits. We appeal t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 July 1894

1 J ftl THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOIi.l. NO. 124. WASHINGTON, D. C, THUESDAY MOBNING. JUDY 19. 1894. ONE CENT. T ''7' WILL GORMAN CAPITULATE? Such Action Kill Settle the Fate of the Tariff DHL THE CONSERVATIVES CONTROL deneral Piugrtement Beport to Be Tre stnted to the Home by the Conservatives To-day Sugar, Coil and Iron the Trinity Which the Qoraisitei Worship. When It was announced at the Capitol yes terday that the Senate and House conferees had decided to make a general disagreement report on the tariff bill, as a result ot their conferences, which have been held by the representatives of the two houses' since the bill passed the Senate, it was at once recog nized that there was every outlook tor a bitter tight over the measure. The meeting was brief, lasting but a few minutes. It wa3 declared to be disagreement in toto, although as a matter of fact, If the sugar, coal, and iron schedules could havo been agreed upon, the other features of the bill would not havo caused much trouble...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 July 1894

-vfsjsrfrag j,-v-"-t;-tfc).,' -$v- svy''r'Vs ' 'Sv--WisS? "TT ?rt?-' 'S-r tJ4v?-""!' "-' . - THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THRKSDAY, .TUXY 19, 1894. The Washington Times IEVXBT DAT IS TIM YeakI OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. COKMR ELEVENTH AND K STREETS NORTHWEST Brstxiss Orncr, CI Eleventh Steeet K. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-S, Business Office, 537-3. Price, Pally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Till rtv-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., JULY 10, 1894. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. CTB.CELATION FOB TDK TAST nc Sunday.JulT 8 20,131 Monday, July 0 20,090 Tuesday.July 10 20,055 TVcdncsday.July 11 - 20,031 Thursdayjuly 12 20.000 Frlday.July 13 20,008 Saturday, July 14 - 20,144 Total for neet 140,028 Average 20,075 The abort statement of the circulation of The Ttmet u abtolutely coirecU "i the number o papere pvblitJied each day rat distributed toboua fide readert in the city of Washington and ticinits. TUE WASMSGT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 July 1894

TKeHS?"- g,-S - . wv- jt r- .;v w sr-iws-vt-r. --vB-fc- . , 'A?.;- --r ; -ii'issa ,,rs'X ,tfi as - - - "- -"" l i --- J'jtt THE -WASHESGrTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 19. 1894. WEipgrsjr'''3KS!- s'" Summer Oxfords At About Half What It Cost to Make Them. "One lot Ladles' $2.00 Russia Call Ox lords, at 63 cents per pair. One lot Ladles' $2.50 Dongola Oxfords, at 9S cents per pair. One lot Men's $100 Russia Call Ox fords, at $1.93 per pair. These art goods which havo been count ermanded by western dealers on ac count of recent strike. We bought them at about 40 percent, on manufacturers' cost to produce them, and are giving 70a the benefit of our lucky purchase. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, American Shoe Dealer. SPECIAL NOTICE. FIXE HORSE TO BE GIVEN" AWAY OX September 1, 1891: tickets with each pur chase. Leather ton buccy, $25: flne trap. Fiwt JMO. used once. $1.3: 4-seat high I English cart, cost $you, for $123, new; phaeton. mx$l )Sl, lor 5u; canopy top surrey, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 July 1894

3r2rj&n K r J THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, . ,,. .,.,,... JTHjT 1 1894. Have You Bought an Outing 8uit yet? You'll surely need one If you are going out of town. Get one, by all means. One of OURS; It won't cost you Tery much, and we'll guarantee you'll wear as fashionable, well-made, and as finely-fitting garments as any man you meet. Suits at S7.50, 8. $10, 12, $15, and $18 in neat stripes, checks, plaids, and plain solid colors. Blue Serge Coats, doublo or single breasted, at S5, 6, $7, and $8. White Duck Trousers, perfect fitting ones, at $1.50, $2, $3, and $4. Don't forget to take along a LIGHT OVEECOAT. You can buy one hero at a moderate prlco that will be satis factory in every particular. Robinson, Gherif Go., Twelfth and F Streets. HOT WEATHER SHOES. BE QUICK. BUY NOW. A lot of Men's tiOO, 2 50, and $3.00 Russet Hals, Bluchers, and C I AK. Oxford Ties now red uced to 'J' " A lot of Ladles' $1.25, $1.50, and $5.00 Doncola, Kid, ltusset, and Oore Calf Oxfords and blrap Ties QOr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 July 1894

-WS. --3. C-r " A"S3fc .. t , - . -,- r-- 53CP. THE WASHINGTON "TIMES VOL.1. NO. 125. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MOBNING, TCXY 20. 1894. ONE CENT. PLEADING FOR PRINCIPLE President Cleveland's Letter to Chair man Wilson. FLEDGES MUST BE REDEEMED Bank and Tile of the Democratic Party Anx ious Lest There Be a Surrender of What They Have So Long Contended For Tree Coal and Iron Unit Be Had. President Cleveland's letter to Chairman Wilson oi the Wnys and Means Committee, Which the latter had read In the House 3 es terday, Is as follows: "Executiv e Massiov, "VS'AsnivaTON, D. C, July 2, 1891. "(Personal.) "To lion. William L. Wilson: "Mr Deab Sm The certainty that a con ference will bu ordered between the two houses oi Congress for the purpose of adjust ing differences on the subject oi lann legisla tion ninkes It also eertnln that you will be gain called on to do party service in me liuse oi tariff reform. "ilv nubile life has been so closely related fto the subject, I have so longed for i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 July 1894

F'3?isrs' S-t5'!?,T,j...iaEi- -'j, t?- -'-sei AtfiimvMm".Mfsm - - S& , -., - u. i " "rr - 5" V- -- " ;- f I- '"-' j51fcT:L - TV --vjr - -i &r 5 WC j' "". THE .WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 120, 1894. The Washington Times (ETxnr Dat u tub Tub) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BtJILDINO, Coitxm" Eleventh axd E Streets Northwest. Business OrricE, 1 Elei-esth Stbect N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-3. Business Office, S37-2. ITIc, Dally Edition One Out Sunday Edition ...... Three Cent fly the month Thirty-are Cent. ' WASHINGTON. D. C, JULY 20. 1891. The Washington Times The PeopIe!s Penny Paper. CULCCtlnOS FOR THE TXSt WEEK Sunday, Julv 8 20.131 Monday, July 0 20.090 Tndy,July 10 20,055 Wednesday. July 11 - 20,031 Thnrsday.Jnly 12 20.000 Friday. July 13 20,008 Saturday, July 14 - 20.144 Total for-weeK 140,028 Ayerage 20,075 Thccbtte ttatement of the circulation of The Timet it abidutely correct, and the number f papert publithed each day vat distribute...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 July 1894

l" ?1S" KXS "T?S''HS?ri" fS, Rwswwfc'irx ti W T" '" 5E"w:SSI- T itf- " - ; " " ffiF i - THE WASHESPGrTON TIMES, FBIDAY, JULY 20. 1894. 3 OXFORDS for SUMMER WEAR At leu than ball of manufactuxtr'aw wholesale prices. .. . 69 Cents Burs Ladles' t- Russia Calf Oxfords. Lota of sizes from 1 to3J Larger sizes nearly gene., '98 Cents -;,- Buy Ladies' t- MTatent Tip Bright Don. - gola Oxfords. Sizes 8 to 7, mostly A and" B widths. "- ' $1.95 Buys Men's $S Russia Calf Oxfords. Sixes . getting broken. Better come soon. . THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. - -919 F STREET, SPECIAL HOTICB. "WASHINGTON, D. O., JULY SO, A. D . 1SH k Tnlsistogivonotlcethatlwillsellatpub- Nlc auction to the highest bidder at 11 a. m. ou PATUKliA V, the 4th dar of August, 161H, at me office of William F. Salter, constable, Sii Mnth rtreet northwest, in said city and District, a I 'black satin cape and dress of the same material. ; made at me request oi one tmiiy n aters more than six months aia The said Emily Wate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 July 1894

'ifjfvrwptjijjl wj.j -p ;" .""'' ' f' ' r 4 " THE WASHINGTQK: TIMES,' FRIDAY? JULY 20. 1894. BOYS Need haw olothes most all tho time. No matter where they are spending their Tacatlon they must be presentable. If they went away without being properly provided for, or are In need ot an addi tional suit, n pair ot pants, somo shirt waists, or a lightweight reefer for the cool evenings, write to us nnd you can get suited just as well as if you were here In person. State the size, and abont the price you care to pay. and we'll send what we think ou want, nnd , If It doesn't suit return it. Short pants ults, good ones too, at $4, S3, SO, and 67. All sizes, i to 1G j ears. Washable ailor suits from $1.53 up. Heelers from SI up. Odd pants from 75o to t3.50. Shirtwaists from 23c to $2.50. All new patterns and colors. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. WE MAKE $3.50 SHOES Oat ol pood, sound, tested leather on the celebrated W Ilaon 'True Com fort" lasts. 1 he reason we sell them aol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 July 1894

STO!PHPWWBVSr-rlFm kt.Tv?.: "urTZtrr " "" 1 'V . THE WASHINGTON, D. C.,v SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1S9. TOL.l. NO. 126. ONE CENT. x.-,. v r -" -J. s WASHINGTON TIMES SCAREDJY VILAS Democratic Senators Fear a Yote on Sugar Differential. MUST RESPECT THE CAUCUS )thenise Caffcry and Blanchard De clare They Will Bolt the Bill. iUSTLIXG FOR A COMPROMISE k Smith Delivers the 1111111181010 of tho Con servatives Hill Ont in a Sonsational Vote in Support of the President Vest'i BUtcr Attack on Cleveland. f Although tho smoke of yesterday's hot bat- ; over the tarltf bill in the Senate has not let cleared away sufficiently to indicate to iom the victory is ultimately to belong, there no doubt that it will prove to have been an historical occasion. Tor months tho tariff 6sue ha3 been uppermost in tho mind of the 'country, and the slow progress in the mould ing of the bill has been irksome. Tho Houss worked on one theory; the Senate worked on nnother. Nobody supposed the result would bo the sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 July 1894

:'',, u. t- THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, JTLT 21, 1894. TMRshington Times (Evert Day in the Yeas.) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, C0RNEK ELXVX.NTH AXB E STREETS NORTHWEST BrstNtss Office, 431 Elivesth Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, S37-5. Prlrt, Pally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -....Three Cents. Bj the month Thirtj-.Bre Cents. WASniXGTOX, B. C, JULY 21, 1891. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. CIXCCXATION FOR TBI rAST W'K: Sunday, JolT 8 t i 20,131 Monday, July 0 20,009 Tuesday, July 10 20,055 Wdnesday,Jny 11 20,031 Thnrsday.July 12 ,.... 20.000 Friday. July 13 -... 20,008 6atnrday,July 14 . 20,144 Total for week .t. 140,028 Average 20,075 TAsaoore statement of the circulation of The Ttmes u absolutely correct, and Ote tiuwbcrof paper published each day teat distributed tobona flat readers in the aly of Washington and ticititty. TBE WJ.SH1XGT0X TIMES COMMAT, reriC G. COXX. m Subscribers an earnest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 July 1894

jcy-Q?'- S THE TVASHryGTON TTTVrES, SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1894. 8 OXFORDS FOR- SUMMER WEAR At less than half wholesale prices. o! manufacturer'! 69 Cents Buys Ladles' 13 Russia Calf Oxfords. Lots of flies from 1 to3. Larger sizes nearly (One. 98 Cents Burs Ladies' iiSO Tatent Tip Bright Don gola Oifordv Sizes s to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95 Buys Men's Jt Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes getting broken. Better come soon. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, SPECIAL NOTICE. JJVINE HORSE TO BE GIVEN AWAY OX 1 September 1, 1891; tickets with each pur chase. Leather top buggy, 135; fine trap, , rost tXO, used once, 1123; 4-seat high I Enrllsh cart, cost t300. for J123. new: phaeton. Icot 6125, for $JO; canopy top surrey, shifting iVeal, new, JHO, sells for 4133; 6 fine new grocery 'or delivery wagons, 50 to b2 each; full leather p siueiiar buggies irom U'J up: traps, traps. Imps. I can discount any ono In this city on prices of fine traps. All work fully guaranteed. GEO. W. TAY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 July 1894

r r-JS't "-'. y '&" J- THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUBDAT,' JULY 21, 1894. Before Ton go out of town to-day to spend Sunday rith your family come In hero and let us fit you with a Suit that you'll bo COMFORTABLE ln-a Blue, Black, or Gray Serge, a White or Fancy Flannel, Serge, or Outing Cloth, or an nnllned Tweed or CassI mere. Tttey are all HERE In a big Tarlety. They are all dressy and stylish, are all reliable, and are nil per fect fitting. Thin Coats and Vests and Odd Coats In all proper fabrics. Blue Serge Coats, 'White Duck Trousers, and all other proper .and fashionable Summer Garments for Men and Boys. Robinson, Ghenj Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. Of Interest TO MEN. We're noif pivlns bis Talues for lit tle money. All of our Summer gysX have been, reduced for ft few dayi only. Buy now for next season. Balbriggan Underwear 40 Cents. This underwear baa been sold all ttaeseasonfor62aperpiece. Hnet quality, Negligee Shirts, Unlaun dered, $1. 11.50 ana JJ qualities, with attached ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOIi.1. NO. 127. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUN DAY MOBNING, JUXY 22, 1894. THREE CENTS. SENATOR YILAS IS FIRM He Positively Refuses to Withdraw His Resolution on Sugar Schedule. WILL BE RULED OUT OP ORDER No Ontloolc for a Settlement of the Present Tangle and Every Prospect of a Sharp Debate Monday Working Hard to Keach en Agreement. When the Senate on Friday adjourned over until Monday it was understood that this was dono with the hono ot making peace in the Democratic party by patching up-tho differ ences on the tariff bill. Among other plans which some of the Dem ocratic Senators had in view there was that of getting Senator Vilas to withdraw his mo tion to have tho Senate recedo Irom so much of its sugar amendment as proides a duty of one-eighth of a cent a pound on refined sugar. Mr. VUbs was appealed to by a largo number of Democratio Senators to relieve the Senate nf the embarrassment which tho offering of khn motion ha mused bv not insisting upon fho amendmont T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

-Mi 'gpt.Jftj-.-gsf '. i 'i35!5 i5-lU -"' r-J Wxf ' "' y -J. -,' S---te' J ''.,;-- v- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJNTDAY, JtNLTT 22. 1894. 'N WAR CLOUDS IN THE EAST Japan and China Ready to Fly at Each Other's Throats. FORCES OF THE BELLIGERENTS Kavy of the Celestial Empire Much Superior to That of Its Adversary Japanese Gov ernment Leasing All Available Vessels. Treaty Porta Being Blocked. Yokohama, Japan, July Si. The Corenn government has consented to the reform pro posed by Japan. British and United States marines hae been landed at Seoul, the capi tal of Corea. in order to protect the British and United Statos legations, respectively. China has roauested that Japanese war ships be not allowed to enter the Chinese treaty ports. Japan, replying to the request of China in regard to Japanese warships, has replied that she maintains tho right to enter these ports at anytime. Tho attitude of tho population generally i3 warlike. iSHASorux, July 21. The report that war has been declared be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

rw. - V"5CS5'V-3?rr THE WASHESGTXtt TIMES. SUNDAY, JXTLT 22, 1894. HWP?5' THEY KEALLY WON A GAME Senators SurprisedTheir Best Friends bv Their Success at Baltimore. WASHINGTON HAD THINGS EASY The Senator! Had the Best of it from the Start and Won Eandi Down McMahon Proved to Be of Little Aceout, While Oleason wai Far More Effective. Results or yesterday's Games. Chicago. 16; St. Locis, II. Boston. H; Sw York, 3. Cincisxati, 12; Pittsburg, 4. Bkooilts, S; PniDADiixHiA, 7. WASHU-GTOX, 10; BALTIMORE, 7. Cleveland, 2; Locisvhae, a Cleveland, 5; Louisville, i. The Championship Record. V. L. Pet I W. U altlmorai. 46 S3 .7 rittsburg.. 40 35 Tct .533 .478 .410 .389 .329 .570 koston. 43 Si .ti6iClncir.naiL.3i 33 lw lork.. 41 -J .6tf7ht Louis.... 33 4S l-velaud.. 40 si .56-i, Chicago.... w 44 ffrmoUvn... 33 30 .539 Louisville.. St 49 l'nlla'phla SB 31 .5S7Wash'ton... til 60 WON l'ROM Tlir. LEADERS. Senators Finally Scored a Victory from the Orioles. altimore, July 21. With a bad begln- g the ...

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