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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, givesfuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES set all the news of the world and all Washington happenings fcr fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing. Evening, and the Sunday Edition. VOL. 2. 3STO. 537. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOEKTCTG-, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895.--EIGUIT PAGES. 02-TE CE2-7T. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have, - UTTIRG BUS EAST TOWER COLLAPSED WOODWARD AS A CONJURER ummm p Mj n messengers Contaminated by Going Into the "Division." COMMISSIONERS CAN HELP Tliey Might Pass u Law Prohibit Injj Minora From Going Into TIiom" Precincts After Dark Keepers of tin Houses Are Said to Be Anxious to Get Hid of Call Boies. The determination of Tlie Washington Tiim, in tlie interest o...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

THE atOIOTINGr TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895. WMfrSES bm 8K Fauci Elovimtb. Stroot fclorage Warehouses 22d st. near M. Have lis clean and renew your Inco curtains for on. Wo use a process of ourwn tliatsa wiijnor. Glnd to tejrl you about It lu an Inter low. White Enamel and Brass Beds and -Enameled Furni ture are fast reaching the height of their popularity the3T'll reach it this fall and retain it. Everything indi cates that and we've laid in a stock to meet the demand that'll follow. Nothing neater or pret tier and its inexpensive, too. White Enameled Iron BRD-?, with brass tri nmltigs, 3 feet rWu, S foot G incut, 4 feet, or 4 feet G inches Choice of any eiae, worth frail $G, to ir9, for.. Wmho haameled CHIFFON -JEllb. with G diauors and cup board, od French bevol plato rrrflr, cast brass trh.uumgs, g)8 value, for S4.5S $13.00 $10.75 Wblt Itnaraelod CHIFFON JUKs,chi as above, 'without mirror, Sl&value. for White Enameled UK! bfcEU WAbHM AXI), with bovej ilato nrfrror Htt....

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

THE JUOHXIlSGr TIlSrES, THURSJX, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895. rarLcr,BiIdcct& Co., 8:57th st. Watfirnrnnf RIiip At last here is what you have been looking for )tou conductors, motormen, po licemen, firemen, letter car riers, Grand Anny men, mes senger boj's, coachmen, &c. A standard blue cloth which Ave guarantee to be absolute ly porous waterproof to re gist water as frilly as a rub ber garni snt. We are readT to take orders for one or five hundred of these suits, and they are made and trimmed to stand the hardest kind of wear and tear. See the sam ple of this cloth in the win dow, upon which water has been standing for a week or more. Suits to order from this porous waterproof blue goods, $12 to $20; Parker, Bridget 4 Go. 315 Seventh Street N: W. -If 3'ou choose a "CO LUMBIA" for your mount this Fall you'll prove your judgment on the wheel ques tion to be a sound one. The Columbia is peerless on road and track. "Columbia" and -Hartford ' Agents, 452 Penn. Ave. WON a i;isti.ess;ame. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

THE MOiTNTSra TIMES, TITLTRSD Al SEPTEMBER 5, 1S95. The Washinaton Times (Morning, Evemno, and Sunday.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY. The Washington Times Company. TIMES BOILDIN'O, EouxnwEsr Couner Pennstj.vania avenue and TENTU STItEET. TTolepnoao Editorial Booms. . Business Offleo, 3V. rrice Morning or Evonlnc EditSou...Ono Cont Sjndy Edition Three Coats. J'oatWy br Currier Moraine and Sunday Thirty-live Cents. IIvohhb Thirty Cents. BvouJngaud- l'HTV CENTS. WASHINGTON, D. C., SEPTEMBER 5. 1895. Subscribers to "Tlio Times" will confer n favor by promptly reporting .any discourtesy ot collectors, or neg lect of duty on the- part of currloi-H. Complaint either by mull or in per son will receive prompt attention. The doming Kdltlon Miould bo de livered to till partw of the city by :30 o'clock a. in.. Including Sunduy. Tlie Evening Edition uhould bo In iho bunds of subscribers not later than fi:30 ji. m. LARGEST DAILY CIHCULATIOX- Tlie Times Leads It Contempo raries. Last Saturday tlie Star ann...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

THE MOUNIKG- TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1S95. --o -&m& f 9 BUSINESS Is like the human system It needs a little Physic at timss to stimulate it. Mer chants know this better than you, and we know, even If we do drop the prices, It helps us at other times. Tnese reductions are not for always, but for to day and to-morrow. 1 lot of Infants' Bootees, made of best quality worsted, in Pink, White and ltluc, hnnd-knittcd, villi cord and tassel. Spj- 1 r)'lr clal price l - Gents' Initial Handker chief, n-incli liein, rcgu- 1 Cr lnr lScquul.ty. Por I Jj Ladies' Initial Handker chiefs, Vi-incii hem, all initials. I'nion linen, 15c 1 Cr quality. Por l Jj Ladies' Initial Handker chiefs l-lnch hcin. 25c 1 Op quality. Sow -' Children's Initial Hand kerchiefs, regular 8c qual-its-. Now 5c Ladies Muslin Drawers, made with yoke bands. 3'inch hem, cluster of tucks ab vc, finished with QCp a fine feather edge 1 lot of Ladies' Tine Muslin Drawers, made with 5-inch ruffle of em broidery, clust...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

THE MOTRIN TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1895. (5 AVo take pleasure in showing omc stock ami giving prices or Information. Variety -is the spice of life our new fall stock of furniture and carpets is delightfully varied mairy charming" novelties in st'le and design, and a noticeable improvement in manufacture. We never showed a more complete selection of all kinds of furniture, nor have we ever given such good value. Do not hesitate to take a stroll through our store. It will interest and amuse you, even if you do not wish to buv an vthi ng. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Streets. The paper on which The "Wash ington Times is printed is made The Jay Paper Mfg. Co., C.S. FAULKNER, So!e Agent, Times Building, New York City. will vmA u tliviimrieloust rirmh J'rpi notion CALTHOSI !. niil u ;-::l Uiirijiet tliiitj I M inn- :'! KiiUilr luurl IlcultU. Strrnttli auu Vicor. I ' r i; ndpa tsaltsfied. Address VON MOHLCO., S,ol- lBrr.iii icrtK Clorianatl. Ohio. Absolutely Painless Dentistry. After...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

THJD MOJRNTOv TIMES. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895. One Gen! & !.ondcrtIscuicnt less than 10a. Per Word No advertisement lot j than 10s. One Gent A No advertisement less than lOs- One Gen! fi No ndvertiscmont less than 10a- 01.0 Ppnf ?b Ho mm wo.13 No cdvcrtlscinem less than 10o. One Gen! fi No advertisement less than 10a. One Gent & No ad vort! jcraant less than 10 1-ANTED 3JISCKLLA3tKOU8. WAKTBD-A go"" improved Mary land farm, about $0,000. FARMER, this frff tcf 6efi-3t WANTE3-Cwval(tre. a good job ti let Aiwlj 219 12111 m ' It "WANTED Ouistde rtiow caw. THE KAlt'il iAN, Ko. G18 C! M. nw. m'4 at , "WANTED-A quantity of second-band lumber 1:1 good condition; also door Uitd window frames; must le cheap for carii Address W. O. A.. 313 G st- nw. . St WAKTED-A druggist prcfcnption case, ffcoitd band Address QUININE, Alexandria, Va c4-3i "WANTED-To bu horse and wagon, suitable for butter route Addrets W E S . this office. Fc4-3t YT ANTED To purchase two good sec- otid-Iiand coal e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 5 September 1895

8 THE MOANING TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895. MBI ill w4& E Comrades who are going io the Encampment, and who need a new uniform or any part' of it can be suited and fitted satisfactorily HERE. We have the whole outfit Regulation Coats, Vests, Trousers, Hats, Ties, Gloves, etc. None but re liable grades, but as low or lower in price than you would have to my for inferior ones elsewhere. Swes, too, for marching; the kind that don't have to be broken in are as com fortable when you first put them on as when worn out. You'll need a Fall Over coat. Better let us sell you one, if not alreacty provided, $10 to $35. ROBINSOR, GHERY & CO., tnii. -..j r os clothes. III H f AS. FurnisnlnBS. Hats, Shoes. Pride goeth i -i-.fi RTw i a fall. This fall our pride is in our S4.50 Suits, and it $ certainty will go before ss tlie fall is very much $5 older, because all the S5 suits will be gone the- $5 are disappearing" very SS rapidly everybody who ) sees them is fascinated. ) They are we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, gives fuller accounts, has more local news. Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published in Washington. SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES get all the news of the world and all Washington happenings for fifty cents a month. This Includes Morn ing, Evening, and theSunday Edition. VOL. 2. STO. 53S. WASHINGTON, D. C, 3TKXDAY MORNING, STCPTmiKEIt ' 6, IS 95. EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. Telegraphic News Supplied Tby the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett CaMes, Supplemented by tlie Associated Press and Special Correspondeiits- than twice what other local newspapers have. EIGHT TRAIPS BURNED SIX HUNDRED WERE KILLED The Times Will Act If the Com missioners Do Not. BRING POLICE COUET ACTION Nothing to Prevent u Privutc Citizen From Scouring u Wjirrnnt for the Magnates Chances of 11 Failure of the FIghi Vigorous Piosec-iitlon to Be Started Nevertheless. WaHbtngtoiHsiiK w lth a half-dozen ccep. tiiiiis, ix-pard the legal campaign of tiie JJih...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

THE MORNINGr TIMES, 2JRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1895. KE $fSSES 9tt Tand Eleventh Stroots. Etcrace alehouses MsL, nearH. Moses Annual Furniture Clear ance Sale bezlus Septomber 10 ends fcoptembor 03. THE furniture event of tlio year Walt for It. Carpets There's no limit to Carpet showing this our season. Jvvery kind every qualitr has its contingent of representatives here. A countless variety of patterns the prettiest ever pro duced to choose from. Prices seem insignificant when 3'ou see the carpets they bu 675 yards Extra Heavy Ingrain Carpets I" handsome desicns- "1 c Formerly tc yard Now . 24 yards good jallty Tapes try UrwseS. Wuro Wc yard New. OlC 6M yurds of cur Celebrated Aki Carpets Regular price, il AQp swd. . us STyrts host quality Tapes try Krn6tln. Former priie.ISc -sr yard. New JJL 405 yards Bwly Brussels, hand eme' patterns, with borders to match Regular $1 yard qual- 7 1 r Uy Nw ' 476 yards Royal Japanese Wil te. 'Actual value, 1 yard. To 7r ciese. -- - 1 want to he the Jew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

THE ArOTCNTNG- TIMES, EKIDjVY, SEPTEMBER G, 1S95. Sheds the wa ter like rubber and -wears like a piece of leather. We re V fer to this "fast blue," porous "waterproof" cloth for making suits for con ductors, motormeu, police men, firemen, letter carriers, 4G. A. R."men, messenger boys, bell boj's, coachmen, &c. This is an entirely new invention, and this cloth is controlled by us for this territory. Just as dressj- as airy blue suit you can buy, and will outwear an' three ordinary blue suits, not counting the saving in colds, doctors' bills and other inconveniences. Suits to order from this "Water proof1 Blue Cloth, $12 to $20. See the pond of water on it in the window. Parker, Bridget & Go, 315 Seventh Street N. W. 39-J'6-5---5g( 9 --&"- SYRACUSE Means perfoeiiou. In the con struction of bicycles -easy running juallti-s count for much Add to them correct lines, prober re-infonreineuls and line finish, mid you will know the reabon for ''ClUMsON U1M" popu lar! y. QMfc? FO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

THE MORKISTGr TIMES, FBXDAT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1895. TheWasliinflton Times (MORXIhG, EVEXKJO, AND SCSDAT.) OWNED AND ISSUED DT The Washington Times Company, TIMES BCILDINO. COBTHWrST CORKER PEKNSriXOa AVENUE XKD Tenth Sriu-sr. Tdeplioao Editorial Rooms, til business oace..-n;. "Trice Tilsrnlnj: or Evening Edition One Cent. Sandny Edition -Three Cents. 1'ontbly by Carrier Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents. Exeninc Thirty Coats Homing, ) Eou!ngnudV Firry Cents. fcEudity, ) WASHINGTON, D. C. SEPTEMBER C. 1805. GTR A DE S$ f) COUNCSI The? Time-, Is not responsible for the pre--er.iition of iiiniuiM.rljitM -eiit to or Jell at Ujis office. When ac companied by tnmpr hiicIi' innim bcripts will be returned, ultlioiisti any obligation to do &o Is especially disiivov ed. Subscribers to "Tbe Times" will confer a fuior by promptly reporting any dloeourteeor of collectors, or neg lect of duty uu tbe part of carriers. Complaints either by mall or In per son -will receive prompt attention. Tbe M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

THE MORNESTG TIMES, EKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1895. i Lansburgh & Bro ! Just think. Wo devote one whole floor, SO feet by 127 feet, to the exclusive sale of Remnants and Odds and Ends. Stop to consider hew many Remnants and Short Lengths It takes to distribute over this much space. BUT WE DO and the money you save every time you visit this floor Is worth all the time you devote to look ing them over. Surely something this Friday to Interest you among these: S,5O0 yards Poncee, SilUollno, Chullie, and inauy other fabrics 80 luclies wida. SultaWo for Comforts. r Worth JSc yard, for OuiU 1,303 yards Cnbloacbod Drill iiiB Remnant Different C lengths. Worth Sc yard, for Uu D 1,809 yards flno Scotch Ging ham, lu short longtha, g yard wide. Worth 5c yard f"n for OUYl) l,S0ydai-l IHoacliod Wain eutta Cvltou Reit.uants, Pn Worth 10c yard, for 0 U YD 1.C08 yards Hark Plaids, suit able fcr school drossos. Pn Worth 10c yard, for. Ob"iD 2,303 yards Dark Figurod JSatino Remnants. Worth Q 1 n .. lS.Uc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

fl THE MOTtNrNG- TIMES, ITRUDA-Y, SEPTEMBER (5. 1895. Take your . time, look around you, be fore you furnish 3'our house- Wc arc not afraid of competition. Our n no fall slocl: is the Itcsl -vc ever exhibit oil, in prices, qualities, and assortment. The designs arc more artist-ic--tkc finish belter. Competition is the life of trade. Without it there would he no i mprovement, and busi ness would languish. Our display of Car pets is remarkably fine qualities suprrb pal terns beautiful and di versified. Prices zvon dcrfully lazv. WASH. B. WILLIAMS, 7th and D Streets. The paper on which The Wash ington Times is printed is made by The Paper Mfg. Co., C. S. FAULKNER. Sole Agent, Times Bunding, New York City. KECOKDOFTHE COUKTS. f Criminal Court. No. 1, Justice Cox Tolin W itaiwiMN. arson; liench warrant returned ih; surety released ami exon--raiol aiwi lcf'iiniit committed t jail. Cin-uit Court, No 1, Jiwiiv Cox Sears xs l'.ra'.l: judgment by default. Neill s Rollins x ltd others; Kiwe de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

TELE MORNTNGr TIMES. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1895. 0ll8 OOOf Word NoodvcrtLsomcnt less taaa 10s. One Cent A ?o advertisement leas than 10a- One Geo! A- No advertisement less than 10a- One Oefi! A No adYcrtlsomoiit less than 10a One Cent & No advertisement less than 10. One Oenf Z Koadrertlssment less than XOj 118 lidlii won ho advertisement leas than 10 LASTED-MISCISLLA.NBOUB. WANTED-Pupils in elocution and ramaue art. WALTER feTLTSON, this office lt WANTED-Will take .i child to care ir at !iom. l.fit attention. Address CHILI). Una office It W VNTED-loard in w part of city, ai 4 Address 1) B, tins office It TFANTED-To purchase a wautm and iinrnes light and btroiig, suitable fur croeor,. htate price AddressT, this office. bcG 2t WANTED-A new or nearly new up right piano ot a htandard nuke, a good offer iill be made for same. Address UPRIGHT. tiiu office. bc6 3t WANTED-A good improved Alary land larm about $5 000 FARMER. this office bc5 Jt WANTED-Outside hbow case THE UADuL At AN, No...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 6 September 1895

THE MOBNING- TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1895. 8 RTEHDQLURSAGL&S " Crocker1 GET Your boys fitted out for school. Now the new fall goods are ready. SUITS, EXTRA PANTS, SHIRT WAISTS, HATS, SHOES, UNDER WEAR, HOSIERY and all other wearables. The bi-o-est variety in town and as usual the BEST VALUES. All grades from the cheapest that is re liable to the finest made. See them at your conven ience. You'll be more than pleased with the styles, qualities, fit, finish and price. Fall Derbys for men correct styles best quali ties, at a saving of a dollar or two less than hat-store prices. Robinson, Cheryl Co. I2TH AND F STS. Ste SSKBEJii1 IF YOU THINK we are not telling- the truth, all 3'ou have to do is to come and see for3ourself. IT IS TRUE. It would be foolish for us to publish statements that are not true; it would only lose us our trade. COME AND SEE whether our credit system is not the most perfect of its kind, and whether our prices are not as low as you can huy elsewhere for cash...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

THE EVENING TIMES has later news, gives fuller accounts, has more local news, Is more up-to-date than any other evening newspaper published In Washington. SUBSCRIBERS to THE TIMES pot all the news of the world and alt Washington happenings for ilfty cents a month. This includes Morn ing. Evening, and theSundayEditlon. VOL. 2. 3STO. 539. WASHTOGrTOST, D. C, SATURDAY MOKuSTCGi-, SEPTEU5ER 7, 1S95.EIGtHT PAGES. OjSTE CEXT. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the United Press and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. Hew JbVt) BP j8bn filiJHLfllStf A. That's our price for Granulated Sugar and you had better take advantage of this wonderful opportunity during the canning season. Here's news for housekeepers. Two carloads of Special Presents have jusl been un packed and arc now awaiting- 3'our selection. The' comprise almost ever' article that is useful about the house. There's no...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

2 THE MOHlSm G TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. lAACISES G 1 aud .EleveutU Slroots. Etoraso Warehouses d st, noar it. l6SBS' ANNUAL FOIlNITUnn OLBAKANCE SAJ.E bogins Soptom- ber 10 anils Soptomber "3. As uual, It will be tho furniture event of tho yoar It's always a good plan to buy your ROCKKRS whenever rou find one you like marked at a price tou know is under value. Look at these see' if the7 your ideas. Prices -can judge for yourself. f4jW SolW Oak or 3Iphegsny Hnish ltockrs. "Sndtlte" Soate, Tery comfortable. meet -you made for years of usage, at inoseul $2.45 C4 75 Hookers, V.alioRnny Pin lab or Oak In ".ca.M" Wood Feet or Cobbler-' LeatUor q , CC Seat, at present 4Z,,i$D (S W Oak. Imitation Mafcagany or Natural IMrsh ltoekora, '0UWei" Lostbor or "Sad- ry. -, - r die" Woeil seat, at present. . pJ. 3D LAWN and PORCH FURNITURE closing out at 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR aud going rap idly. Good plan to buy now if 3rou only use the article a week. Easily stored inrour cellar or jrarr...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

THE MOirSTNG- TIMER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S95. 3 Ready with the new sea son's 'best" when you gen tlemen arc! As stylish as the efforts of the best tailors and' half their prices A Black Di agonal Cuta way Goat and Vest for $10, and a pair of 1 )ressy English Trousers for $5 making $15 for a "Sunday" Suit Few $5 Suits left yet! Parte Bridget A Go. CLOTHIERS. 315 Seventh Street N. W. You can see for yourself, if you examine the various parts oi a "COLUMBIA" that no -otitis have been spared, either in i rkman-hip or in the quality of material usv-d to injure an abso lutely K'rfect wheel. It defies the severest strain. "Cblumbta" and Hartford" Agents, 452 Penn. Ave. f SYRACUSE 8 "Means perfection. In the roil- 6 fstruction oi Iim-j-cIps -ea&y ruuniug ' & pialltich count lor much Add to them y f'-orrci-t liuvK, proper reinforcements A and line liniel;, ana you will know the ? reason J- r "CUl.MsON KIM" ioj.u- -ft lanty V I &$&. ' J iaiC WHEELMEN. -AST f 903 N Y. Ave. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 7 September 1895

THE MORNING TIMES, SATBBDAY, 1SJ3PTEMBER 7, 1895. TheWashington Times (UOBKUta, Etesiko, and Scxdat.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company. TIMES BCJILDIXO. BOPnrnrsT Coknek Pennsylvania avexob and Tenth Street. Tclophone Editorial Rooms, tlV Business Office, 33r. Price Mornlnj: or Evening Edltloa...Ono Cent Sunday Edition TuroeCoata. I'onthly by Candor Homing and Sunday Thtrty-flvo Cents. Eveuinc - Thirty Coma. Morning, ) EvorfwgandV Fnrr Cents. bnuday, j WASHINGTON. D. a, SEPTEMBER 7. 180i The Times is not responsible for tin preservation of manuscripts sent to or loft nt this office. "When ac companied by stamps such iiiunu scripts will be returned, ult hough any obligation to do so Is especially disavowed. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor by promptly reporting any discourtesy of collectors, or neg lect of duty ou tlie part of carriers. Complaints eltlior by mall or in per son will receive prompt attention. Tbo Mornlus Edition should be de livered to all...

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