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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

.Vuj.y; g? ???' - -!.$ .v'.? -. ?a.a --'. 1. -" H THE WASHQTGTON TIMES, SUN DAT, .J X 22, 1894. The Washington Times Evert DiiBini Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Coksbl Eleventh udI Streets Northwest. Bcsikiss Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephono Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business OClce, 337-2. Trice, Dally Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C., JULY 22 1804. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. CIRCCLATION- TOR THE PAST WEEK Sundny.July 8 20,131 Monday, July 0 20,090 Tuesday, July 10 - 20,055 Wednesday, July 11 20,031 Thursday.July 12 20.000 rridav. July 13 20,008 Saturday, July 14 20,14 Total for week - 140,0.18 ATcrage 20,075 The abme statement of the circulation of The Timet it absolutely correct, and the number of papers published each Jay ij distributed to bona, fide readers in tlu city of Wa.wyton and vicinity. THE VTJ.SMXGTOX TLMUS COXPA.XY, Per C. G. COXX. Subscri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

...3-- "- I T-''--" -fi.-.' -ft.-'.! r n&. "J' ! .."i-i. ijr - "tr.1- i"-' i-iv- ),4--ifA3-' -.-s w v .tjwt. ""-a.; ,- . .,-- -, -r-.- - .,-. . J.,- w - 'Mi-'-' VV. TJfcLB WASiiLNGTQS TLaLKS. SU-NDA, JoJLl fc'2, JL804. o "?l??i'4Ci' - "'Tt. """SryTi? ftiI."Wj5;-'.-.i'sf5a Mainly for Children, Playroom, Schoolroom Tho edacatlon of children remains u mad dlod n problem as ever, It seems, although In Gorman y there Is promise of great strides In a low years. It Is not the ref ormatlpn ot the old that Is to give us the Ideal policy; it Is the education of the young. The young of to-dny are the seodlidgs of the perfect man and the perect 'woman of to-morrow. Let us tnto, for Instance, the present sys tem. A boy and a girl are fed, petted, and clothed for the first Ave or six years of their existence, the years that scientists declare the most impressionable and most important of their existence. Then they are sent to school to learn to read, to write, to memorize, and practice mathem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

Ct . " - I "" 0 THE WASHING-TON TIMES, Stia'DA, JUlig 22. 1804: ' J- -T ' WHERE WOMEN ARE VOTING Some Interesting Experiments in Fe male Suffrage. IT WORKS WELL IN WYOMING But Their Privilege There Was Conferred in a Light Spirit The Fair Sex in the Jury Bex Progress of legislation in the Same Direction in. Many Other States. The interest that the-women of New York hex shown in the opportunity that the con stitutional convention tires them to make an other .effort to secure the legal right to tote and be in all respects citizens just as men are, has given Jin impetus to the suffrage question everywhere, and thousands of people who merer regarded the .matter seriously be fore are now trying to make up their minds whether it isi best that women should rote or not Unoer such cir cumstances it should, bo timely and not unprofitable to eonsiilor the plaees where womemdo exercise the suffrage in full or in part, an what the results of that privilege have beenfor the sex andfor the communi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

THE -WrASHXyTOy TIMES. SUNDAY, JULY 22. 1894. LESSONS TO LEGISLATORS Influences That Will Emanate from Endeavorcr's Coming Convention. GREATEST OP ALL MEETINGS Tnuteei of the Oeneral Society Speak of the Frotpecti for the Great Gathering in '86. How the Machinery of Preparation Should Be Set in Motion. "New York and 'Washington are bound in My wedlock for the success of the great con dition of '. Such was the significant eaiarfc of Kev. A. W. II. Hodder. president the New York City Christian Endeavor Knion, at the recent reception tendered the ppire State delecatlon by the District Eion. And New lorK is not tne only inena Washington has bad and will hare from this lime until the convention of '86 is a thing at the past. Hundreds of Endeavorers of other Stales have extended helping hands and hearts to local committee for the success of that eat gathering two years hence. If prom- Is and intentions of Endeavorers declared -his early day may be taken as a criterion he attendance at Was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 July 1894

. .- 7 w t- --i'-- ,.-' .,. i -Ms i. '-, .. - -- f ", fr'( , '- 8 TILE WASHLh'GTOtf TIMES. SUNDAY. JJLY 22. 1894. tfTk" 25f-r5J(S.aj5:?-1 -st'-i, -i " J A Blue Serge Back Suit Is an always ready, always presentable costume. It's suitable (or business, for Summer dress, or for most any purpose, and always looks cool and comfortable. You can buy them in any clothing store, but we'll sell you a bet ter, finer, and xnoro fashionable one than any one else in town can, and TIT you better, too. Wo have a specially gcod one at S15, abetter onethan you'll find anywhere else at that price, but then you always get BETTER VALUE HEHE than elsewhere. Other suits as low as S10 and $12, good ones, too, the kind you won't be ashamed to wear, and that we'll be responslblo for. Robinson, Gheri$ Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. LABOR CIRCLES LAST WEEK V Active Preparations for Celebrating the First Monday in September. Electro-Therapeutic Institute. The only one this sldo of Xew York conducted by a physicia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 July 1894

S?S!S ;5eJ?fyf. THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. m. 128. WASHESTGrTOI, D. C, MON DAY MORNINGr. JULY 23, 1894. 2 3 CENT. . JCf-N j.' 'jfSSi 7 THE NAME OF FAIR PLAY Cerican Railway Union Officials' Appeal to the Public 'USE TO USE PULLMAN CARS ragnration of Such a Policy Would Bring Lthe Railroad Companies to Terms Fight o Be Continued Until Fall Justice Has 'Been Dono to the Employes. JntcAOO, Jnly 22. Messrs. Dobs. Rogers, nrd and Kclluer, the American Railway i officials, to-day issued an address to labile, the substance of which is as fol- .DQEAIITEES AmEBICAV RAILWAY UNION, "Cook County Jul. "Chicago, July 22, 1S31. ho American rublle: is almost unlv ersally conceded that the ,in company, tnrougu ort-repentea re- is jbf wages, excessive renis anu ruany Lenses. liao gnovously wronged its Wa. and -whatever ma v bo ald about tat railroad strike which resulted in quence of such grievances, tho arbitrary ,il of said Pullman company 10 suumii jltrntion in anv lorm feen to decide tho tion if...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 July 1894

f-.i Sri h -W -r,- "vW-IiV j-s -.,. -vf c1 "Vf 2 THE. WASHINGTON TIMES, 'MONDAY, .JULY 23, 1894. 'fTg&i "-C; The Washington Times j (EVMY DAT IN THE YKABl - - OWNED AND ISSUED BY The ashinflton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORXEn EuvKKTn and E snirns Nobthwkst. Bcnxtss Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 537-3. Business Omce, 337-t Price, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition -..-.Three Cents. By the month Thlrtj-nvo Cents. WASHINGTON. D. O., JULY 23 1804. Snbtcribers are earnestly requeued to make complaints at The Timet office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a coarteoni manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers sausiaciory service, ana complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. m The Weather To-dav. District of Columbia, showers will continue to-night and probably during early part of Monday; slightly wnrmcr; northeast winds. Virginia, local rains to-night and Monday; slightly warmer in the interior; northeast ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 July 1894

PffPPIlPlPsPpPp '?pi , wzm THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MON DAT, JTTLTT 23. 1894. OXFORDS -FOR SUMMER WEAR At less than half of manufacturer's wholesale prices. 69 Cents Burs Ladles' $2 Russia Calf Oxfords. Lots of (lies from 1 to3). Larger sizes nearly tone. 98 Cents Buys Ladies' t!50 ratent Tip Bright Don gola Oxlords. Sizes S to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95 Buys Men's ft Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes fettlng broken. Better come soon. HE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. VV. RICH. 9I9JSTREET, Obsolete Osculation. nelodious and productive poet, Mr. : L. Stanton, raises this lament in the nta Constitution: h'outh! O. Love! O. Llfel oil back the somber curtain of our fate! 5e us once more the madness and the strife f him who kisses his sweotheart at the Rate! Whv did he who kissed his sweetheart at the rgatehave madness and strife? We should pay that he must have been pretty well pleased with himself as ha whispered: "I shall see you at the ice cream sociable at Cal laway Tate's to-morrow night, dear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 July 1894

zsrf; f'C-t' - fffifPpSS? , wrHS - v-W-' -" 35-i' - .srS-n.--s-v-v- THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JULX 23. 1894. A Blue Serge Back Suit Is an always ready, always presentable costume. It's suitable for business, for Summer dress, or for most any purpose, and always looks cool and comfortable. You can buy them In any clothing store, but we'll 60II you a bet ter, finer, and more fashionablo one than any one else In town can, and FIT you better, too. Wo have a specially gcod one at 815, abetter onetban you'll And anywhere elso at that price, but then you always get BETTER VALUE HERE than clsowhero. Other suits as low as 810 and $12, good ones, too, the kind you won't bo ashamed to wear, and that wo'll be responsible for. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. ACCURATE PREDICTIONS. An Old Communication Seemingly Writ ten Under Prophetic Inspiration. Attorney Jackson II. Knlston, of this city, wrote the following to the Baltimore Critio over Ave years ago. In tho light of recent e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 July 1894

- -v THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.l. ISO. 129. WASHDTGrTO, D. C, TUESDAY MOEMNG, JULY 24, 1894. XN"E CENT. BUNCOED THE PRESIDENT Administration Version of the Quar rel with the Senate. GORMAN'S ALLEGED TREACHERY Ea and Other "Conservativei'' TTndentood That Mr. Cleveland Was for Free Coal and Iron and Opposed to Trntt Legisla tion Hovr the Tables May Be Turned. Aggressive members of tho United States Lnato had tholr say yesterday, and they said k without mincing their words, bnt. while . Cleveland nnd the members ol his admin- kration may not trlk back In public, it is Limed by those in authority that there is a : different version of the situation which bt be told, and which would show that ccr- I Senators, instead of beine deceived by the Kdent, have in fact tried their best to to tho l'resldent, Secretary Carlisle, and "public. It Is explained by friend of the adminis- fratlon that the Carlisle interview was given out with the well-defined understanding be tween tho President and Cab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 July 1894

iSiJi t v ----r-- -yj j-. ? r"- -&- Vl Lv- -J. 1 -3C r-i'--4 THE WASHTtfGrTOX TIMES, TUESDAY, JTTj 24 1894. F&? fcT-iL J-t i- 51 d?.-i-33 TiYirrtj The Washington Times (Etekt Dat is tui Tub) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Corker TuTlsTn aj.d E Streets Northwest. Business Orncs, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, C3T-2. Frio, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition ......Three Outs. By the month Thirty-flu Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JULY 24, 1894. Subscribers are earnestly requestod to ami complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a conrteoiu manner. The Timei proposes to five subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. m e The Weather To-dar. For the District of Columbia: Rain will con tinue to-night and probably during Tuesday, east winds. PEESIDENT CLEVELAND, THE SENATE, AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. The extrao...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 July 1894

.r-,v J -nQglgV y er,g'-v,".3$yi2sii I THE WASHIN&TOK. TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 24. 1894.; k OXFORDS -FOB- SUMMER WEAR At less than halt of manufacturer's wholesale prices. 69 Cents Buys Ladles' 12 Russia Calf Oxfords, lots of sizes from 1 to 3J& Larger sizes nearly cose. 98 Cents Buys Ladles' ti50 Tatent Tip Bright Bon (Ola Oxford. Sizes 3 to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95 Buys Men's Jl Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes getting broken. Better come soon. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, COURT TALES TERSELY TOLD. Estlcr PIvorco Case Settled by Dividing the Custody of tho Children. Edward Q. Gunson yestorday filed a bill ol complaint against John T. Arms, Samuel A. Drury, and Patrick Shugrue, asking for a re straining order to enjoin Armcs and Drury from convojing lot 87, in squaro 190, to Tat- rick Shugrue. Gunson claims Interest in the lot and states in his bill that on July 3 lajt Drury sold tho lot to Shugruo for $4,350 n herein he holds that tho property was worth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 July 1894

-'f3rffir s PaiBOBJ'flKSaWRHB? fjhU , a&'-'-s- , T-PIZJ, 'xJjSUJir, JUJux' liJ. 134. I i... . AA.tj.A..1 v K Every Fabric That's suitable lor Men's Summer Gar ments Is HERE in a big Tarlcty of the newest colors anil patterns, and In only the most reliable qualities. Serge Suits, Flannel Suits, Outing Cloth Suits, TJnllnod Tweeds, Cassimercs, and Worsteds. Coats and Vests, odd Coats In Serge, Flannel, Mohair, Tongee, Drap d'Ete, Silt, Sicilian, and Linen. Double or SInclo-breast'.d Blue Serge Coats, with White Duck Trousers is one ot the most popular Summer costumes. A complete line ot them HERE. All izes. Coats at $5, SO, ?7, and 88. rants at 61.50, $2, $3, and Si, and they'll fit, too. If yon are leaving town don't for get a LIGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOAT, rientyof Ihem HERE; the right sort, too, and at the right prices. Robinson, Ghery & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. TAX-PAYERS MUST FOOT IT. Hsavr Bill of Expenses Incurred by tho Government During the Strike. The tax-payers of the , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 July 1894

Kfrfv ,-" h-v -s'is: ""- iAvvf5 4 ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.l. 3STO. 130. WASHTtfGTO, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOBBING, JULY 25, 1894. ONE CENT. wT s HILL QUOTES AYON'S BARD Shakespeare a Cudgel for Gorman, Vest, Voorhces, and Harris. MODERN TOLITICAL TRAGEDY Cassins Gorman, Caica Vest, Brntui Jonei, Sletullus Cimber Harris, and Trebonius Voorhees Conspire Against Caesar Cleve landAll Honorable lien. Tho Senate chamber was the scene of an other drama yesterday, scarcely less startling or less expected than the remarkable occur rences ot 31 onday. Senator Hill, tho bitter nd life-long enemy of the President; the man who had savagely fought him on every occa sion, from polling-box to convention; from legislature to Senate, camo to his defenso in a speech of great vigor and vim. Tor two hours a breathless Senate and breathless galleries lis tened in amazement to a turn of front as complete as any American statesman has ever made. In his defense or tho President's position and his letter, Senat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 July 1894

xZy$FTr"$Z, TH- r-i -' ; 'vz 3i.-W5'- :$vf - " ' ;s""3$r' - 7?s?iqpi&ttZiy!r" vW-T, 3 T'-Af75rr THE WASHE&TGTOy TIMES, WEPyESimT, .TTJJJY 25, 1894. The Washington Times iEVERT DAT IS TDK YEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BV The Washinflton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORKEU ELEVENTH AND E STT.KFTS NORTHWEST. Business OrncK, 1 Hi evextu Street N. W. Telerhono tentorial Rooms, 337-3 Business Ofllcc, S37-'i Price, Dally Edition OnoCent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirtj-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, 1). C, JULY 23 1804. Subscribers are earnestly requested to snake complaints at The Times office of all negleot to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. - The Wcntlier To-dav. For the District of Columbia Showers in the early morning; generally fair during Wednesday; slightly warmer; southwest Hinds. - DANGER IH A NEW DIRECTION. Alarmists are stil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 July 1894

- ? i -- ? -- -4 7r rT,' - -' -:- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JTJI.Y 25. 1804. 3 T $-&$&- i-- u r0UR LAST CHANGE TO- BECOME HAPPY. Only 69 Cents For Ladles' M Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes 1 to ZH. mostly A and B widths, a good manr D widths, In sizes S and - Only 98 Cents For Ladles' il'O Hand-turn, Tatcnt Tip, Bright Dongola Oxfords. Sizes 2 to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95, $2.65, and $3.45 Buys Men's Russia Call Shoes worth double said prices. ' We'll not bo satisfied till we have Panned the WhnU Toitn Yellon and Black. Corao now while your size Is hero THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, r No Branch Store In Tor n. SPECIAL NOTICE TAILED JULY S3, 1S91, J. K. YOUNG, CLFBK T In the supreme Court of tho District ol Co- lumbl. Taciflc P. Mullet vs. Sflllio.I refer etaL Equity No 15,57'' Miboena having been isued again, the hereinafter named defendant and duly re turned not to bo found' on motion of Italston A Mddons, plaintiffs solicitors, It is this 21th d...

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

--- vPpym"R?!?jy JWwW-T' T THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25. 1894. Every Fabric That's suitable) for Men's Summer Gar ments Is IIERE In a big variety of tho newest colors anil patterns, and in only tbo most reliablo qualities. Sorgo Suits. Tlannel Suits, Outing Cloth Suits, Unlined Tweeds, Cassimeres, and Worsteds. Coats and Vests, odd Coats In Serge, Flannel, Jlohalr, Tongee, Drap d'Etc, Silk, Sicilian, and Linen. Doubloor Single-breasted Bluo Sergo Coats, with White Duck Trousers Is ono of tho most popnlar Summer costumes. Acompleto lino ot them HERE. All sizes. Coats at S5, fC, S", and $8. Tants at $1.50, $2, S3, nnd Si, and they'll fit, too. If you aro IcaTing town don't for get a LIGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOAT. I'lenty of them HERE; tho right sort, too', and at tho right prices. Robinson, Chery Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. Why Is It We Are Always Busy? Because our shoes and prices aro rlcht Just now wo aro reducing prices right and left all over tho house you can now buy for 50c....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 July 1894

4i "vrpssiJry ijec - 4. THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.l. NO. 130. WASHINGTON, D. C.; WEDNESDAY MOENING, JULY 25, 1894. ONE CENT. 5- "-,r1"wr'" " -' i-'Sl,4i " EXTRA! 5:30 A. M. DIED AT THEIR POST Three Brave Firemen Perish In the Knox Stables Fire. SEVERAL SERIOUSLY HURT One of the Fiercest Conflagrations in the City's History. SCORES OP HORSES ROASTED Hearly a Half Million Dollars' Worth of Property in Ashes Almost a Block De molishedHerculean Work of the Tire Department Searching for Bodies Under the Buins Telegraph and Electric Wires Melted by the Terrible Heat Origin of the Holocanst Not Known Scenes and Incidents of the Dreadful Visitation. Clanging bells, roaring flames, rushing en gines, crashing -walls, agonizing 6hrieks of horses that were perishing In the flery fur nacesuch was th.e scene that was presented to eye and ear as Knox's stables at B and Sec ond streets and the other buildings in that block fell a prey to the destructive element early this morning. Not since the big ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 July 1894

t-" - - " --i'-" v-rtt'- , j-fcJ- . .5. i fw (i ,J . - r-f i v" - ugnS. t- .'-- THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 131. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY 3IORNING, JULY 20, 1S94. ONE CENT. -- -p "fr- -ii -VSfjVfii J !! "P v ' ARSON SUSPECTED Knox's Warehouse May Have Been Set on Fire. RUINS STILL SMOULDERING Bodies of the Three Firemen Recov ered with Much Difficulty. INJURED MEN ARE IMPROVING Nearly 1,500 People Had Their Household Goods Stored in the Warehouse Email Number of Them Had Taken Ont Insur ance Policies Those Out of Town Send Telegrams of Inquiry Total Loss Is Esti mated at 8500,000 Eighty-five Horses Perished Daylight Scenes Around the Rnins The Firm Will Bcbulld Thou sands Drawn to the Spot. Was the great Knox storage wnrehouso and stable Are ol incendiary origin? This Is the question to which Fire Marshal Drew is en deavoring to obtain an nnswer and which ia order to poire he says he will spare no pains to solve and will leave no stone unturned. Humors that the Immense promise...

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

-rwfrrVfjM.vf TIIE WASIIXtfGrTOK TENIES, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Dit in the Yk1 OWNED AND IShUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Corner Eletevtii xp E Stkfets Northwest. Bchies3 Omen, 431 Eikvextii Streets. V. Telephone Editorial Room', 337-5. Business Office, 33T-2. Price, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. Bf the month .Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, JULY 26. 1831. Snbicnbers are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. The Weather To-dnv. District of Columbia ralr, slight changes in temperature; southwest winds. -- TABITF BE VISION OK BUSINESS' PBIN CIPLF.S. It is about time- that such important legis lation as the tariff should bo brought to a business basis and taken out of politics, rartv pledges...

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