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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 26. 1894. 3 YOUR LAST CHANGE TO BECOME HAPPY. Only 69 Cents For Ladles $2 Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes 1 to 3 mostly A and B widths, a good many D widths, tn sizes S and24 Only 98 Cents For Ladies' ISM Hand-turn, Patent Tip, Bright Dongola Oxfords. Sizes 3 to 7, mostly A and II widths. $1.95, $2.65, and $3.45 Buys Men's. Russia Calf Shoes worth double said prices. We'll not be satisfied till we hare Painted the Whole Totrn Yellow and Black. Come now while your size is here. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, P S No Branch Store in Town. SPECIAL NOTICE. New York State Democratic Club MEETS AT 631 LOUISIANA AVENUE To-Night at 7:30 o'Clock. All "New York Democrats cordially Invited. Short addreses will bemndaby Con pressman l.yan and others. W B McOVMhL, Jyjfi-l t frocrctary. rpllE bTElMKK LAKE Till leave Sixth street X harf Thursday, .lulrvo. J". atsp m.for Iorfolk. Fare Kound trip, $J.Oa jyawt TUNE HORSE TO DE GIVEN AWAY OX J .Septem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 26. 1894. WHEN You buy clothes of US you buy RELIABLE ones, no matter how small the price. BETTER ones than you'll get for the same money any where else in town, and OURS will fit, too. We have Outing Suits from $7.50 and $8 to $iS.oo. Serge Suits from $10 to $25. Other Suits from $10 to $35. Blue Serge Coats from $5 to $10, White Duck Trous ers from $1.50 to $4.00, Thin Coats from 50c to $10, Coats and Vests from $3.00 to $12 in Alpaca, Mohair, Drap d'Ete, Pongee, Sicil ian, Silk and Serge, all grod values, too, or we wouldn't offer them to 3'ou. Robinson, Ghenj $ Go., Twelfth and F Streets. fr-Ve make 'cm we sell 'em no profit! $3.50 Shoes. You folks who have been paying f5 - for shoes elsewhere can save all - profits bycomlufi direct lo the man- ufacturera Our S3 50 shoes are $j shoes "with. - the proflts chopped off because iro - niako our on shoes. We can flt - anybodj - ry" e close, at 7 o'clock every day - except fcaturday Saturday at 10 -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 July 1894

s2T:55sgaS''"'-'i'' t- e-yt. wp-; f. WitfSipgjSSsvfirs '33Jf''5hSt.l THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.l. NO. 132. WASHINGTON, D. C, FTilDAY 3IOKNING.' JULY 27, 1894. ONE CENT. aKS5iwiTi?PSS-r3s-: DID HARRIS START THE FIRE Arrest of a Man Who Had a Gasoline Truck in Knox's Warehouse. HIS HAND WAS BADLY BURNED Watchman Kingsbury Says Harrli Was There a Short Time Before the Bltze Broke Out He Warned Him to Go Away As Al leged Expl:sion of an Unknown Substance. Acting upon the theory that the flre at the Knox storage warehouse on Wednesday morn ing was of incendiary origin, the police yes terday arrested W. T. Harris, an inventor, who had a patent gasoline truck stored in the building and was in tho place shortly before the flro was discov ercd. Harris was arrested by DetectivesGallaherand Carter at his home, No. 712 North Capitol street, yesterday after noon. Ho was taken immediately to police headquarters, where he was examined by Inspector Hollinbercer. Harris is the in ventor and patentee ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 July 1894

THE WASHrffGrTON TIMES, FBIDAX, JULY 27, 1894. The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IS THE YEAR! OWNED AND ISbUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, COXNER ELEVENTH AND E STREETS NORTHWEST; Bcsiness Office, 31 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms S37-3. Business Office, 337-1 rric,DaIlr Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cent. By the month .Thlrty-flTe Centa. WASHINGTON, 1. C, JULY 27. 1894. Snbtcribert are earnettlT requeued to make complainu at The Times office of all nf leet to delivtr paper! promptly and la a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complainu made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. The Weather To-day. For District of Columbia rartly cloudy, with conditions favorable for thunderstorms in tho evening; continued high temperature; south winds. For Virginia rartly cloudy; thunderstorms in southern portion; south winds. e "THE TIKES" OFFEES 8100 TO HELP THE COXEYITES. That blatant scalawag Cox...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 July 1894

" -" f ' -c - -: THE WASHESTGTOlir TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1894. S ' YOUR LAST CHANGE TO- BECOME HAPPY. Only 69 Cents For Ladles' $3 Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes 1 to SJ4J. mostly A and B widths, a good many D widths, In sizes! and 2 Only 98 Cents For Ladles' J3.50 Hand-turn, Tatent Tip, Bright Dongola Oxfords. Sizes S to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95, $2.65, and $3.45 Buys Men's Russia Calf Shoes worth double said prices. We'll not be satisfied till wa have Pitnted the Whole Toirn Yelloio and Black. Cocao now while your size Is hers. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, F S No Branch Store in Town. CANNON TOOK BACK HIS SHOT He Had Said the Metropolitan Was Mr. Heard's 'Tet Road." CONFERENCE REPORT ADOPTED Bill Failed the Senate and House, with Soma Slight Beiiitancs in the latter Old Can Unit Bo Replaced Reciprocal Transfer Arrangemsments to Be Made. SPECIAL NOTICE. 7 ASHINGTOV, D. O . JULY SO, A. I . 1S1 v 1 This is to ghe notice that I will sell at pub lic auction t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 July 1894

;s?8sJ;5pf!SjKS y5?3?3"y5355BiEp5ysp3 !!?& i iffi- F&y&Fp.pzfs-Pf? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 27. 1894. THERE'S No let up in the demand for those white SCOTCH HOMESPUN Coats and Trousers. It's the newest and dressiest summer fab ric. The3' are stj'lishly cut, are well tailored, will fit property, and the price is only TEN DOLLARS for Coat and Trousers. Other Outing suits as low as $6 and as high as $i3. All good ones, too. Blue Serge Coats and White Duck Trousers in sizes and shapes to fit all men. Coats, either double or single breasted, from $5 up. Trousers at $1.50, $2, $3, and $4. Robinson, Ghery Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Going to the Theater To-night? AFTEK the "show" over you'll feel hungry. There are tow Q first-class, moderately-priced place- X in town. THE llKLFultl) is Ilrst- fi cla&e In every particular. Cool, pleas- nntand handsomely furnished par- B lore. All the delicaciesof the season, Epicurean cooking. IVrfect serrlce. 0 Onlv a few blocks f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 July 1894

s$maW5S3&&& . Jjflifcjrj TH. THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.l. :NX. 133. WASHIKGTO, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING. JTJXY 28, 1891. ORE CENT. yslP? THEIR LIVES THEIR EULOGY Funerals of Firemen Fenton, O'Don oghue, and .Mastin. - IMPRESSIVE SERVICES AT EACH Touching Tribute! to the Good Qualities of the Deceased Activo Work inBemoving the Health-threatening Debris Investi gating Harris' Connection with the Fire. Testerfay was a day of funerals, as Wednes day was a day of disaster In this city. The three brave flre-flgbters, who on that day lost their lives in the lino of their duty, were all laid to rest yesterday. It was not by any pro concerted understanding that the funerals of nil threo occurred on tho same day, but by tho individual arrangements of the relatives of deceased. The flrst funeral of the three was that of Michael R, Tenton, the services being commenced at his rate residence. No. 232 Tbirteen-nnd-n-half street, where his two sisters live, who were largely deiendcnt upon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 July 1894

-SyjTt" -TSSfw' s.-5t r . VO -?" -s.-tJ"v-j T s?S,v "'? " ' t' (f- -A THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUBDAY, JUIiX 28, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Dxt in the YeIiO OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Cokmx Eleventh and E Streets Nobthwest. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. XT. Telephone Editorial Rooms S37-S. Business Office, 837-i rrice. Dally Edition OneCent Sun Jay Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, 1). C, JULY 28, 1891. Bsbicribert are earnestly requeued to nake complaints at The Timet office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a eourteons manner. The Times proposes to fir tnbierihers satisfactory service, and tomplaiats made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. n The Weather To-dav. For District of Columbia: Tartly cloudy; continued high temperature; south wost winds. s IS THIS JUSTICE! The Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Rail road, one ef the most powerful corporations in the West, has issued ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 July 1894

,-..,' .us- ' - .,-"-' - Stt &jv&4iFf r V " " -JffAC? t wr-r w? t"" ""tV-H TfO r fV VS-T"-- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTJBDAY, JULY 28. 1894. 8 YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BECOME HAPPY. Only 69 Cents ror Ladles' 12 Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes 1 to 3H. mostly A and B widths, a good many I) widths, In sizes S and:. Only 98 Cents ror Ladles' $i50 Hand-turn, Patent Tip, Bright Dongola Oxfords. Sizes 3 to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95, $2.65, and $3.45 Buys Men's Russia Calf Shoes worth double said prices. Veil not be satisfied till we hare ramtrd the Whols Toicn Tclloa and Black. Come now while your size Is here. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, r S. No Branch Store In Town. SPECIAL NOTICE. THE RFGULAR MEETING OF THE INTEH state Democratic Association at its hall, 631, La. are, TO-NIGHT at T.30 o'clock, wlllbe ad dressed by Hon. C. J. Boatner, of Louisiana. All Democrats invited. It l-MNE I1 bepl HORSE TO BE GIVEN" AWAY ON September 1, ISM: tickets wlln each pur chase. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 July 1894

D 55S5a?7T!!!-?-5 ,' -SsS7, J THE "WASHTffGrTO'N' TIMES, SATXTBDAT, JULY 28. 1894. ' ? THERE'S No let up in the demand for those white SCOTCH HOMESPUN Coats and Trousers. It's the newest and dressiest summer fab ric. They are stylishly cut, are well tailored, will fit properly, and the price is only TEN DOLLARS for Coat and Trousers. Other Outing suits as low as $6 and as high as $18. All good ones, too Blue Serge Coats and White Duck Trousers in sizes and shapes to fit all men. Coats, either double or single breasted, from $5 up. Trousers at $1.50, $2, $3, and $4. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Do the Children Need New Shoes? If so bring them to our stores to-day. Wo can mate your "dollar do double duty." SI 00 Children's Oxfords, slzos 5 to p? f 10, good and durable, for. Jt 1 00 Children's Russet Oxfords, 6 63c to 2 s, nice color, for SPECIAL. A big lot of Ladles' Tan and Black Oozo Calf S'rnp lies. Covered French Heels, Handsome llowaml HucUe, QC a fiCO shoe, sizes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

isaA? ""r&trjpt, ,' t--H.-- v-u. -- -., -$ vv '"', - j j- r. --j.-, -Aw -.?- - a-. ppt " "" THE WASHINGTON TIME TOL.l. NO. 134. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNING, JULY 29, 1894. THTtEE CEXTS. 1 - 'ta?-1 - s YIELD TO THE SENATE BILL it Is Believed that the House Come to This Conclusion. Has ATTITUDE OP THE PRESIDENT Firm in Hii Stand for Vital Principles of Tariff Beform Democratic Conferees Meet. Ultimatnm to Honse Members Secrecy Observed Full Meeting Konday. The tariff situation kept race yesterday with tho intensity of the heat. Tnroughout thn day there were tariff con ferences at tha White House, tariff confer ences of the Senato and House conferees, tariff conferences of tho Democratic Ilonse conferees, and llnally an effort for a House tariff caucus next Tuesday to consider some deans of solving tha tariff problem. Out of It all has come no exact and definite pro gramme by which the time of the passage of the tariff bill or its form can be predicted. President Cleveland's g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

2 THE TVASEXffGrTO TIMES, SUNDAY, JTXLY 29, 1894. MR. SIBLEY HEARD A YOICE Urged by a Mysterious Presence to Establish a Hospital. OBEYED THE SFIRIT REQUEST Gives a Handsome Building to the Deacon esses in Lovmf Bemembranoe of His Lato Wife To Be Presented and Dedicated in October Wort ofthe Sisterhood, Tho finishing touches are being put upon a beautiful structure on Tierce street northwest adjoining the Deaconess' Homo, corner of North Capitol and Tierce streets, which has been erected nt a cost of $10,000 by Mr. Will lam J. Sibley In losing remembrance of his wife, Dorothoa Lowndes Sibley, who died about four years ago, and will be known as tho "Sibley Memorial Hospital." Mr. Sibley jesterday told a Times repre sentative that while very i" in February last n voice seemed to say to him that he ought to erect such a building, as his wife, whllo liv ing, took a deep interest in the work of the deaconesses and a hospital was greatly Deeded by them for tho successful prosecu tion of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

THE -VTASHrffGTO TIMES. SUNDAY, JTTLY 29, 1894. 3 SULLIVAN WAS A TARGET Broohljn Batted Out Victory in the Very First Inning. BOTH TEAMS FIELDED WELL After the Bridegrooms Had Scored a Win ning lead They Bested on Thoir Can ine Giants Defeated Philadelphia in a Hard Fought Thirteen Inning Contest. Results of Yesterday's Gomes. Boston, 8; Baltimore, 4. Cincinnati, 19; Chicago, 13 Pittscceo, b; Cleveland, 0. Brooklyn', 0; Wismsgtov, 5. L0C13VILU, 8, b.T. LOUS, 4 Knr Yoke, 11; PuiLADLLrniA, 10 (13 Innings.) The Clmmpionship Kccord. W L Pet, W. U Pet. Boston. . 53 ST .W3 Pittsburg .. A2 13 .519 Baltimore.. 46 23 .IJJ Cincinnati.. 3") .J3 .505 Iew lork. 4T SI .U,-!L Loui .. 31 47 .4J0 Cleveland 44 S3 .&71 Chicago.... 31 47 .397 Brooklyn .41 SI .r0 Louisville.. 25 53 .Kl rnlla'phla- 3a Si .o.n'.Wash'ton... 23 50 .291 GOT OMO SULLIVAN. Brooklyn Succeeded in Securing a Win ning Lend in the I Irst Inning. Brooklyn-, July 28. route's fairies won this alternoon's game from the Wnshingtons ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

rfu-e tV jft, -w, -V -V " --- jrt y --'-' ,' T -w .-Rf?J THE WASHIXGTOtf TIMES, SUNDAY, .TTTLT 29, 1894. The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IS TOE TEAS) OWNED AND ISSUED DT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDCO. Corker Eleventh anp E Streets Northwest. Bcslness Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telcphono Editorial Rooms, 337-3 Business Ofilce, S37-i Trice, Datlj Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tbo month Thirty-Ove fonts. WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 29 1S91. Subscribers are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times propesos to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. , m The Weather To-dnv. District of Columbia, increasing cloudiness; thunder storms Sunday evening; cooler; southwest winds. SEVEN AND A HALF MILLION DOLLASS. Tbo report of tho District Committee on the extension of tho sewerage ejstem and tho pro po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY. JULY 29. 1894, BEAUTIES AT LONG BRAKCH. Meaning, of Course, Pretty Women Seen On and Off the Sandy Beach. Loko Bb&ncii, July 28. The artist met mo on the broad porch of. the hotel this morning and took me into his confidence. "See here," said be, running his slender fingers through his curly raven locks and then adjusting his flowing tie into a broad bow, "I have perfected my studies of Deauty In the Breakers, and they vrill surely And a place in the midwinter exhibition. My free hand sketches of Innocence, which you have done mu the honor to admire, are in my portfolio, where they will remain until thoy ore idealized on the canvas. Xow.lt is my desire to turn to the realistic. I want to picture some of the Mrs. Marklehams. Bless their dear hearts, they are making such noble sacrifices! Thoy are going through such a terrible dally whirl that to Ignore them would bo cruel." As he spoke a well-preserved matron, who looked sixty in the wrinkles on her ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 29, 1894. LUCK, PLUCK, AND BRAINS These Arc Some of the Qualifications of Seth Low. HAS A NAME TO CONJURE WITH Political Sage: Casting Glances at Colombia's President as One Who Can Lead to Vic toryMen Interested in Pnbho Affairs Will Do Well to Watch Hun. Nbw York, July 29. An old Hibernlcism ays that there 13 luck in odd numbers. A year or so from now, when political wiseacres are jugglingwith the name of Seth Low, pres ident of ancient Columbia college, ex-mayor of Brooklyn, member of tho Hapid' Transit Commission of New York, possible, and, ac cording to good judges, probable candidate for the mayoralty of New York city, the Gov ernorship of New York state, and, Anally, the Presidency, this saj ing may be mucn quoted. It wall be noticed that there are seven let ters in the name betb Low. Therefore, cer tain astrologers hold that it is a name to eonjure with, set en for some reason being held as lucky as thirteen is unlucky. I believe thero was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

, w i -a jfftj, jdtiJyTisSji"5"- -"ST-,? -,? " f" -.-- V-J-Wfclsfr &- jy-i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY,, JULY 29. 1894. ' -iv-jvy - ' YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BECOME HAPPY. Only 69 Cents For Ladles' $2 Russia Calf Oxford Elr.es 1 to SJ mostly A and B widths, a good many D widths. In slies 2 and S Only 98 Cents Tor Ladles' ISM Hand-turn, Patent Tip, Bright Dongola Oxfords. 61ze 2 to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95, $2.65, and $3.45. Buys Jim's Russia Calf Shoes worth double said prices. Well not be satisfied till we bare Fainted the Whele Torni Yeltou and Elack. Come now while your size is her. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, P S No Branch Store in Town. FINANCIAL. SILSBY it COMPANY BANKERS AND BROKERS. METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING, Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury. TELEPHONE 503. MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAL. BRANCH OFFICE. CENTRAL NATIONAL B ANK BUILDING, Corner 7th St. and Pa. Ave. Telephone, 514. mh!9-ly Fire! Fire! Fire! Attention Is again called to our m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 July 1894

.;" 8 .THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 29. 1894. . K" -fy. i -r WE KNOW Of no better fabrics for sum mer wear than GOOD ShRGES. They are cool, are serviceable, are dressy looking, will keep their shape, and will do for both dress and business wear. Yoii'll find a complete line of them HERE. Blue ones, Black ones, Brown ones, Gray ones, White ones, and Fancj' ones, in all the fash ionable shapes and fashions, well cut, well tailored, and perfect fitting suits from $io to $25. Odd coats at $.,,$6, $7, $S, and $.o,all other seasonable and suita ble fabrics for Men's wear in as big variety and at as equally low prices. Robinson, Gliem $ Go., Twelfth and F Streets. e m --g- -&--o-o Watch I Repairing. I RUSSIA'S DARK MYSTERY The White Terror, More Cruel Than Ever, Comes Again. MIDNIGHT RAIDS ON HOMES The Secret Police la Playing Its Sinister Bole as of Old No Mercy Shown to Women Prince Krapotfclno Among Those Who Have fallen Into the Net 9 0 tek U. 0M . kef 1 Mainsprings. $L Clean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 July 1894

5W55'5iS ? S3j?TB FSH fAf THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.l. NO. 135. WASHINGTON, D. C, JIOS DAY 3IOBNINa. JULY 30, 1894. ONE CENT. !? - tt-S GAZED ON NAUGHT BDT RUIN People of Fire-swept Phillips Find Ashes Instead of Homes. IN NEED OF FOOD AND SHELTER Prompt and Generous Beiponis of Neighbor ing and Distant Towni and Cities Some Bodies Becovered from the Lake Chil dren Yet Thought to Lie in the Peoria, PniLLirs, Wis., July 29. The terrible sceno at rhllllps beggars all description. The blackened (aces of those who fought to save their homos stare with bloodshot eyes at the heaps of ruins which mark their once happy homes. Not since the terrible forest fires destroyed Tcsthlgo has anything occurred which wilk compare with the sceno of ruin here. A committee of citizens from Ashland arrived with a special train of provisions last night at 9 o'clock. It was the first material relief to arrive, and it arrived just in time to keep the people from actual suffering for want of food. The provisi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 July 1894

ItfJr ' - - r-' -v --. j i Q THE'WASHTtfGrTOl TIMES, MONDAY, JULY 30, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Dat iv the YkirI OWNED AND ISSUED BT . The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Conxm Elevextb akd E Streets Northwest. Brsivrss OrncE, 431 Emvevtii Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3 Business Once, C37-2. rrlce.Darir Edition OnoCont Sunday Edition Throe Cents. By the month .Thirtr-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C., JULY 30, 1891. Subscribers ara earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver paperi promptly and in a courteous manner. Tbo Times proposei to give subscriber! satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. The Weather To-dnv. For the District of Columbia, showers in the early morning; and probably showers In the evening; slightly wnrmor in tho evening; eouthwest winds. TUBN BACK TO THE OLD METHODS. At this critical timo public affairs must be placed in the hands of conservnth e,...

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