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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 July 1894

v v &"Snr rf THE "WASHINGTON TIMES,- 3ION DAY, JULY 30.1894. 3 rTF-ttT'Ki-- T' YOUR LAST CHANGE TO BECOME HAPPY. Only 69 Cents Tor Ladies' IS Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes 1 to 3J mostly A and B widths, a good many D widths, la sires S and 2J Only 98 Cents For Ladles' S2M Hand-turn, Patent Tip, Bright Dongola Oxfords. Sizis S to 7, mostly A and B widths. $1.95, S2.65, and $3.45. Buys Men's liussla Calf Shoes worth doutle said prices. We'll not bo satisfied till we havo Painted the Whole Town Yellovj and Hath. Como sow while your size is her. THE WARREN' SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, P. S N'o Branch Store In Town. SPECIAL NOTICE. ITiIXE nOUSE TO BE GIVEN" AWAY OX i-eptembcr 1, 1891; tickets with em.h pur chase. Leather lop buggy, $25; flno trap, cost $260. used once, $125: 4-seat high English cart, cost WOO, for $123, new; phaeton, cost 125, for $"; canopy top surrey, shifting seat, new, $50, sells for 1S5; 6 fine new grocery or delivery wagons, ?S9 to tfta each; full leat...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 July 1894

-jf- ' -j--tti j".!ACi-5c ?: (4i--.. ,ir3:'ft"t -," n.-,r - , i , .....j. .. ' . ' J' J .T"T"WBWiB j1 " - f r." t "rr iw .,. THE WASHINGTON TOfES, MONDAY, JULY 80. 1894. WE KNOW Of no better fabrics for sum mer wear than GOOD SERGES. They are cool, are serviceable, are dressy looking, will keep their shape, and will do for both dress and business wear. You'll find a complete line of them HERE. Blue ones, Black ones, Brown ones, Gray ones, White ones, and Fancy ones, in all the fash ionable shapes and fashions, well cut, well tailored, and ' perfect fitting suits from $io to $25. Odd coats at $5. $6, $Zi $8, and $10, all other seasonable and suita ble fabrics for Men's wear " in as big variety and at as equally low prices. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Going to the Theater To-night? I I it ITER the "show" Is over roull I roull feel bun err. Tbero are few i fl rat-class, n.odcrately-prleod places In town. THE BELFulU) is first class in every particular. Cool, pleas ant ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 July 1894

r'jr.vj' vsjspr5-' -( -r THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.l. NO. 136. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1894. ONE CENT. ' -- '-i tie GORMAN ASKED TO RESIGN Maryland Democrats Declare That He Disgraces His Seat. COMPROMISE BILL REPUDIATED "Foremost Among Traitors to Democratic Principles and Tools of Corporations, Monopolies, and Trnsts" President Cleve land and the House Cordially Indorsed. Fbedebick, Md., July SO. Tho tariff re form Democrats ot Frederick county held a large and enthusiastic meeting in Court Park last night and indorsed President Cleveland and tho IIouso of Representatives and con demned tho course of the Mar land Senators and demanded tho passage of the Wilson hill. It is estimated that several thousand pcoplo wero present. Tho meeting, vhich was presided over by James II. Gambrill, a wealthy flour merchant, was called to order at 8:50 o'clock, after which tho following res olutions wero road and adopted amid great and prolonged cheering: "Whereas one of tho fun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 July 1894

ms-m&msmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - vf f j t -j. -- - -vf .' -i.Ti1&fr$f-e&hQF&rel-z - Vvv-JBrS!!':SV--S5 ? " f THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JTELY 31, 1804. The Washington Times EVERY Dir IS TDK TEAM OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tlic Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Coitxrn Eleventh ai.d E Streets Northwest. Bcsixess OrncE, 431 Eleventh Stiieet N. W. Tolopbone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business OHco,S37-a. Trice, Dally Edition OnoCcnt Sunday Edition Thiee Cents. By tho month .Thirtr-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JULY 31, 1834. Subscribers are earnestly requested to raike complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. Tie Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. The Weather To-dnv. For the District of Columbia, partly cloudy, probably showers in tho cvoning; west winds. WEEK IS THE BILL ATI Yesterday was n busy day nt the Capitol, and Spea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 July 1894

j ZSjT. :- c - THE WASHINGTON TDIES,' TUESDAY, JT7LY 83. 1894. -$ - 8 GOOD-BYE SALE! We'll bid good-bye to all summer Shoes and Oxfords during the next thirty days. Will you take them away at these prices, viz.: 69 Cents N For Ladles' p! Russia Calf Oxford. Sixes lto2 98 Cents For Ladles' IS 50 Patent Tip, Bright Don gola Oxfords, Hand-turns. $1.39 For Ladles' SiW Common-sense, Iland turn, Russet Oxfords. $1.00 For Ladles' f 2 50 Common-sense, French Kid and Bright Dongola Oxfords. Mostly narrow widths. $1.43 (3.00 Itussla Calf Blucher For Ladles' High Shoes. $2.50 For anv rntr Men's $3 00 Oxford Ties. These are nearly all Black and Russet Kangaroo Oxfords. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, SPECIAL NOTICE. I7INE HORSE TO BE GIVES AWAY OX 1 September 1, ISM; tickets wilh etch pur chase. Leather top buggy, $25; fine trap, rost $000, used once, 125; 4-eeat high English cart, cost jVJUO, for 1125, now; phaeton, cost $123, for ftsfl; canopy top surrey, shifting teal, new...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 July 1894

-.V l'? 'W1'J''' vJ-.rv . .r . .1 - THE WASHINGTON 'TIMES, TUESDLT, JULY 31.v1894i -" ' ' " ' f- " J - '-. Stylish Garment (or dressy men are the only kind you'll tee llEUE, and they are as RELIABLE as they are stylist), and the prices are as low or lower than the ordi nary kinds elsewhere. You'll neoi an Outing Salt ot some sort. One ot the most stylish and most popular with dressy men is that WHITE SCOTCH HOMESPUN of OUKS. It is neat, dressy, and durable, fits perfectly, and costs only TEN DOLLARS for Coat and Trousers. Other Outing Suits as low as $6 and as high as $18. All good values (or the prices asked. Robinson, GliBru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. T'0 CHARTERS AMENDED. Senate Passes the Great Talis Railroad Bill Another Koute Provided for the Eckincton Line The House bill to amend the charter of the Washington and Great Tails Electric Railroad was passed by the Senate yesterday as amended by tho Senate committee, an addi tional amendment being offered and accepted on the floo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 August 1894

AlS?S" J f ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES r VOL.1. NO. 137. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOBNING. AUGUST 1, 1894. ONE CENT. JAPS KNOW A TRICK OR TWO They Sink a Chinese Battle-ship and Captured Two Cruisers. BUT FEW CELESTIALS ESCAPE Japanese Superiority on Seal Demonstrated lbs Capture! Veuel Among the Beit in the Chineae Havy LI Hung Chug Bays It It War to the Bitter End. Ttex Tsis, July 31. The big Chinese bat-Ue-shlp, Chin Yuen. 7,400 tons, carrying 10f Inches compound armor at the water line, was sunk yesterday in a naval battle between the Chinese and Japanese fleets, and two large Chinese cruisers were captured or de itroyed. The Chin Yuen's battery included four twelve-inch guns, protected by an ar mored breastwork, and two smaller Krupps. She was also furnished with eleven Hotch kiss cannon and tubes for Whitehead topedoes. In addition, tho Chen Yuen had two eight and one-quarter-inch and six-inch Krupps in her main battery and a secondary nttery of Ilotchkiss rovolving cannon. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 August 1894

11 .- -v-- ST? TTVjKr. THE TVASHIKGrTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1894. iS."""t5r'S'?5 ; Sf The Washington Times (Evxkt Dat lv tiii Teak) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDINO, Coitraa Elitintb and E Stkixts NOBTHwrsii Kcuxin Orncx, CI lkvetth Street H TV. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-S. Business Offlcc, S37-i Wee, Dally Edition - Ons Cent Sun Jar Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thlrt j-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 1, 1891. Subscribers are earnestly requested to stake complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papors promptly and In a courteous manner. The Times proposes to giTe subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. CIRCULATION TOR THE PAST WEEK. SnndaT, July 22 20,201 Monday, July 23 10,057 Tuesday, July 24 20,210 Wednesday. July 25 22,050 Thursday, July 20 21,117 Friday.Juty 27 20,505 Saturday. July 28 20,031 Total 145,007 Average dally circulation 20,728 Tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 August 1894

"V 5HJ ggg-jf- iwiatraTgggi 55SS-5 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. 1894. w - rsrt- V. "3- J ,-J- DR. R1EGEL, SPECIALIST OS Disease of Ear, Nose, Throat and Lungs. Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, and Consumption Cured. The above disease! hare baffled the skill of physicians for aces and ages, and even now are) considered Incurable by most of them, lint Dr. Riegel has mastered the secret and with his new method can cure most any case of Catarrh." SeTenty-flTe per cent, of all persons suffering with Consumption, Asthma, or Bronchitis who hare sought bis advice hare been entirely cured or rrefttlv benefltod. Diseases of the Ear and Throat speedily re lieved. Enlarged Tonsils and Kasal Tumors re mored without pain. Dr. Riegel will guarantee to cure any case of Neuralgia of the Head, or Sick Headache, in two Weeks. Asthma, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, and Consump tion treated by Inhalation. Ills local, treatment of Catarrh Is mild and soothing but effectual, relieving the very worst cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 August 1894

'-""" wp t 5" If" ' -"iw,-----i'rspji sg':'V '?aSe-?,r'!wSP,''tBss5Ji yr-g-gngib ""gpswsrs jstf W . JmiNjfc.fi. rvM. jwa-w ) THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. 1894. SENATORS FAILED TO WIN START SETTLED THE RACE Do You Leare to-day for 7onr summer's outing? If than are any clothes to be gotten you'll taTe time, tremble, and money by oming HERE for them, for no matter what you want, from a pair of Suck Troniers or an Odd Coat to a Dresi Bait, you'll find a bigger assortment of better qualities at lower prices HERE than In any other store In town. Outing Suits at (7.50, $3, and up to $18. Serge Suits at 10, $12, eiS, and up to $25. Blue Serge Coats at $5, $6. and up to $10. White Suck Trousers from $1.50 to to $100, and 6Trythlnc else that's sea sonable and proper in Men's and Boy's garments. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. tySo cooler store in the city than Wilson's. Wilson's $3.50 Shoes. Sncfa high quality and such a low price couldn't co hand in hand hut for s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 August 1894

V', -3"-' r -. ,Tsrasi-a;-5J-i-;STn XWfr'RWW V- . CS-ESSV - ' L?f. ' - -" if'1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOIi.l. NO. 138. WASHINGTON, D. O.; THUBSDAY MOKNING. AUGUST 2, 1894. ONE CENT. Y u -t CONFEREES ARE LIBERAL They Give the District $5,544,593.57 to Spend this Year. INCREASE MORE THAN $300,000 Etnet Cars Must Provide Finders lew Changes in the School Appropriation No Honey for Compiling the laws Garbage Collection to Be Investigated. The conference agreement on the District appropriation bill was Anally settled upon late yesterday altemoon, after a fuller delib eration over the items than Is usual. A great many modifications have been mado in the bill, and recessions are made by both houses in their amendments. Tho result, however, is to increace the total appropriations for the District from 5,20G, 473.57 as determined by the. House to $5,544, 603.57. Last year tho appropriation was 5,413,223.71. The following, showing tho figures in tho various stages of the bill, is Interesting: T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 August 1894

w-f'w "ifm '-wwTxhm-i nx&p&$y!& HflSy M THE TVASmiTGTON TIMES, THLTRSD-AST, AUGUST 2, 1894. The Washington Times Etzbt Datd. TBI Teib) , OWNED AND ISSUED BX The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, COIXIK ErXVEiTE 1KB E STBIKTS NORTUWIST. BusiKi58 Omci, 431 Eli vexth Street H. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-5. Fries, Dally Edition.......- One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Br the month .Thlrty-Ove Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 2, 1891. abicribers an earnestly requested to sake eooplainti at The Times office of all Mgltct to deliver papers promptly and in a cartoons manner. The Times proposes to fire subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. m CIRCULATION FOR THE PAST WEEK. Sunday. July 22 20,201 Monday, July 23. 10,057 Tuesday, July 24 20,210 Wednesday, July 25 22,050 Thursday, July 20 21,117 Friday.JuIy 27 20,505 turdaT.July 28 20,031 Total 145,007 Average daily circulation 20,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 August 1894

i&t'- "$ c "- THE WASmGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1894. GOOD-BYE SALE! We'll bid good-bye to all summer Shoes and Oxfords during the next thirty days. Will you take thein away at these prices, viz.: 69 Cents For Ladles' $3 Russia Call Oxfords. Sizes ltolji. 98 Cents Tor Ladles' fi SO Fatent Tip, Bright Don- gola Oxfords, Hand-turns. . $1.39 For Ladles' $2.50 Common-sense, Hand turn, Russet Oxfords. $1.00 For Ladles' $2.50 Common-sense, French Eld and Bright Dongola Oxfords. Mostly narrow widths. $1.43 For Ladles' High Shoes. 3.00 Russia Calf Blncher $2.50 For any pair Men's S3 00 Oxford Ties. These are nearly all Black and Russet Kangaroo Oxfords. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, REMOVALS AND REDUCTIONS. Chances in Different Deportments by Vir tue of Decreased Appropriations. Under the legislative, executive, and judi cial appropriation bill, which the PresiJent has approved, the changes provided for take effect Immediately, except the reorganization of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 August 1894

"e t' "" "y -y "VatJis9&f ""..? lU v-" sr,- THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THT7BSDAY, AUGUST 2. 1894. Do You Leave to-doyfor your summer'scutlng? It there are any clotbes to be, gotten you'll save time, trouble, and money by coming HERE lor them, lor no matter what you want, Irom a pair ol Duck Trousers or an Odd Coat to a Dress Suit, you'll find a bigger assortment of better qualities "at lower prices HERE than In any other store in town. Outing Suits at J7.50, S3, and up to $13. Serge Snits at $10, 412, 815, and up to $23. Blue Serge Coats at 5, SG, and up to tlO. White Duck Trousers from 91.60 to to 4.00, and everything else that's sea sonable and proper In lien's and Boy's garments. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. t t f t t t t t t J All That's Left of Those Vegetable Cookers Are Reduced. S1.25 S150 S1.75 Cookers 95c: Sl.lO S1.30 Cook two or thrco vegetables oxer one name. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N.Y. Ave. f For Luncheons m rui Luiiuueuiio f And Theater Suppers t t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 August 1894

J5g5tvgnT !?- "JJ W Pf'f ! W-35WJ- i5j?!w. " r-v.,.-r(i.ri' THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 139. WASnTtfGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MORSTTN'GK AUGUST 3, 1894. ONE CENT. ,p .. 5.i, r - ,'S7TJ?f?25S!5 ASSASSIN SANTO ON TRIAL Unparalleled Exhibition of Cynicism and Cold Bloodedness. HILLING OF CARNOT REHEARSED Ee Declares that He Alone Meditated the Harder Audience Shocked Beyond De scriptionTestimony of Eye-witneises Police Trying to Prove a Plot Lyons, Aug. 2. Anarchist Caesario Sinto was placed on trial to-day for tho murder of Prcsdent Carnot Tbo court house was guarded by strong de tachments of police and military, and the courtroom was packed with an audience largely made up of ladies, young and gaily dressed. About ono hundred specially se lected newspaper men are squeezed into a spaco large enough for about twenty, and they will be under strict control, by reason of the new anti-anarchist law. Tor the first time In the experience of many of them their "copy" will be edited by tho judge ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 August 1894

? r -.'-"'-' "KvigSTgsrS8? ssps-f- '.vxrsifiTsimf T'5- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FTtlOAY, AUGUST 3, 1894. The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IN THE YEARl OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Corner Elevexth axd K Strews Northwest. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Sheet N. W. Telephone E4ItorlaI Rooms, M7-3, Business Offlee, 837-1 rrIce,DallT Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month ThlrtT-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 3, 189L Bnbicribert are earnestly requested to nice 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 osmplainti made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. CIRCULATION' TOR THE PAST WEEK. SundaT. July 22 20,201 Monday, July 23 10,957 Tuesday, July 24 20,210 Wednesday. July 25 22,050 Thursday, July 20 21,117 j-tidy,July 37 20,505 SaturdaT.JUly 28 20,031 Total.. .145,007 Average daily circulation 20,728 i The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 August 1894

T!p7T5r-vj55 q3F.''5r,VVfV? -. j w'vJTVSSSySS? THE WASHTtfGTOiN" TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. 1894. 8 GOOD-BYE SALE! We'll bid good-bye to all summer Shoes and Oxfords during the next thirty days. Will you take them away at these prices, viz.: 69 Cents For Ladles' $2 Russia Calf Oxfords. Sizes ItoSJi 98 Cents For Ladles' $2.50 ratent Tip, Bright Don sola Oxfords, Hand-turns. $1.39 For Ladies' 3X50 Common-sense, Hand turn, Russet Oxfords, $1.00 For Ladlos' $150 Common-sense, French Kid and Bright Dongola Oxfords. Mostly narrow widths. $1.43 For Ladies' 13.00 Russia Calf Blucher High Shoes. $2.50 For any pair Men's 13.00 Oxford Ties. These are nearly all Black and Russet Kangaroo Oxfords. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, FINANCIAL THE Washington Loan AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL, - SI.000.000 Money to loan In any amount on abort notiee on approved real estate and collateral, and at most reasonable rates. m.w.Af. Money You can borrow as T tan much money e you I J -L-UC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 August 1894

?-pw5--p5Z??a'FS;--'- fiS- jnaFff; JV-f t ly-c-svE" df THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAY, ATJGTTST 3. 1894. 4- 1"ttJ"i "&!T' People TOto have looted elsewhere tell us that we have the only good assortment ot lien's Bummer Garments in town. We wouldn't carry any If we couldn't cany a lull selection. lor WE don't have sample lines, but a complete stock. Thin 8ults In Flannel, Serge, Ontlng Cloth, and kindred fabrics at 57.50, $8, and up to 918. Coats and Vests in Tongeo Silk, Mohair, Alpaca, Drop d'Ete, Sicilian, Flannel and Eerge from 3 up. Odd Coats from 60a to $10. White Suck Trousers, all sizes, from 41.60 to $1. Light-weight Overcoats for those who are going away; good ones, too, from (10 up. Robinson, Ghent Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. WALL PAPER At One-half Price. The Julius Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co. THER New York Ave. Bet. 13th. and 14th Sts. In order to if ep their 32 paper hang ars employed during the month of An fust are offering their entire stock of American, Frenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 August 1894

- .J7 "t -"r- 1?j3j. r-as? - SPj- - ,-rVsTT,., f '.MJS-jp.'v,- ), ?i T THE WASHINGTON TIMES "VOIi.l. NO. 140. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MOENING, AUGUST 4, 1894. ONE CENT. -?y-' AT THE FORKS OF THE ROAD Tariff Conferees Conclude to Agree or to Disagree. TO-DAY'S SESSION WILL DECIDE Sugar Schedule Ultimatum Submitted by the Conservatives Objectionable from Several Points of View Pressure for a Bill Other Difficult Problems. The understanding among tho tariff con ferees when they adjourned Into 3 esterday af ternoon was that tho session to-day should bring about either an agreement on tho sugar schedule or a decision to report a disagree ment. Yesterday was devoted by tho conference wholly to a discussion of tho sugar question. Thoschedulo considered provides for a duty of 40 per cent, ad valorem on sugar below 1G Dutch standard, and 40 per cent, on sugar above this grade, tho duty on tho reflned sugar to bo collected on the basis of the saechanuo strength of tho raw sugar used in it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 August 1894

".-W "-j-" r-gry j..-t vra&r-v&fnf- jr SJVfc THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1894. The Washington Times DIVERT DAT Dt THE YEAX) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Corker Eleventh and E Streets Northwest Bciikess OrncE, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S3T-3 Business Pfflce, S3T-1 Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Snnday Edition Throe Cents, By the month Ttairty-Qre Conts. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 4, 1831. Subscribers srs earnestly requested to nak complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a coarteoss manner. The Times proposes to girt subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints mads to headquarters will receive prompt attention. CIRCULATION TOR THE PAST WEEK. Sunday, July 22 20,201 Monday, July 23 19.957 Tuesday.July 24 20.210 Wednesday.July 25 22,950 Thursday, July 28 21,117 Tiday,July 27 20,505 Saturday. July 28 20.031 Total 145.097 Average dally circulation 20,728 The Weath...

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