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

j- Jf-T J. i- THE "WASHIXGTOK- TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. 1894. 3 DID IT EVER OCCUR To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In the Shoe business In this city, una that he Is felling Ladles' t-1 Russia Calt Oxfords (sUcs 1 to Jiu. or only 69 Cents. And Ladles' eiM ratent Tip, nand-turn. Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 2 to 4H), for only 98 Cents. When you see these Oxfords j'ou will probably join our competitors iu saying that Rich is very foolish to sell them at such low prices, but he says he knows what he is about, and that he will keep on selling them at said prices until the last pair is gone. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, branch More. "919," as we haTe no FINANCIAL. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE DELAWARE IN'iUR'.NCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA on the SOth day of June, IS 14, as required by act of Congress approved July 59, 1-WL Capital stock $1,000.000 00 Capital stock paid up 7ii2,iT5 W ASETS Cah In bank aud In Company's office . . . . SI....

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

r"-,jp..f p.H-35i,5-- TW ""-af?'?' rv v55 ? t"r -J'iV'Ai3""L' ' -3 JS5- y f "a 53 dff-CW- r-r"-fl "SV"9:- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUUDAT, AUGUST 4. 1894. People Who hT looked elsewhere tell os thst wo have the only good assortment of Hen's Summer Garments In town. We wouldn't carry any If we couldn't carry a full selection, for WE don't have sample lines, but a complete stock. Thin Suits in Flannel, Serge, Outing Cloth, and kindred fabrics at $7.50, $8, and up to $18. Coats and Vests in Pongee Silk, Mohair, Alpaca, Drop d'Ete, Sicilian, Flannel nnd Serge from 83 up. Odd Coats from 50o to $10. White Duck Trousore, all sbes, from $1.50 to St Light-weight Overcoats for those who an going away; good ones, too, from 10 up. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. WALL PAPER At One-half Price. The Julius Lansburgii Furniture and Carpet Go. THE RINK New York Ave. Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. In order to keep their 32 paper hang ers employed during the month of Au gust are offering their ent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

-,v--?j r rV fsf " , .. fj -Uv- i --v w u-i, - --fSv'n -; w"- - yO - ?v "S" H.f-3!-K, w " THE WASHINGTON "TIME VOL.1. NO. 141. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOENING. AUGUST 5, 1894. THREE CENTS. -. -v- CLEVELAND'S COLD GLANCE Queen Lil's Envoys Claim that He Has Turned It on Them. no Audience YET KITH HIM They Have Begun to lay Their Case Before Members of Congress Hot Clear as to What They Expect Willis Said to Bo Thick with Dole Gresham leads an Ear. Tho envoys from Queen Liliuoknlanl, who are now in Washington, havo not yet suc ceeded in obtaining an audience -with Presi dent Clev eland, and they havo begun to lay their case leforo members of Congress who belong to tho House and Senate Committees on Foreign Affairs. They do not conceal their disappointment over tho coolness of tho administration to ward them.nnd although careful to say nothing nenmouious they convey tho understanding aery plainly that they think President Cleve land is treating them rathor sbabbilj in view of his form...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

TILE WASKE GrTON TENLES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 184. GAME HOME TO BREAK IT UP I!iiflinecr Steele Siiiablicil His Furni ture and Slapped His ifc. EARLY MOUSING DIVERSIONS The Irato Naval Oflicer Jnnips Through His Ovra Portrait Bric-a-brac Smashed Into Smithereens Infidelity and Abuso of Her Stepchildren Charged Against His Wife. "I am ROlng to Wnshinston to mako tho oiggest hind of a rumpus," said Engineer Kush C. bteele, of President Cleveland's ills patch boat Dolphin to Assistant Secretary Me.Ydoo, of the navy, vvhiio en roulo from Boston to Washington ly tho train on Friday night. Jlr. McVdoj told btcelo that ho had better take matters coolly, and Steele prom ised to heed tho advice. The sequel will show that Steele did not follow his superior officer's counsel. Shortly after 0 o'clock yesterday rooming tries of "murder! murder!" rang out from tho houso No. 1121 Siith street, between L and 31 streets northwest, and in less time than It takes to write it tho usually quiet uugbbor hood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

THE WASHIITGTO TIMES, SUNDAY, ATTGrTTST 5, 1894. 3 PLAYED WITH A HANDICAP Senators Lost Through Having a Weak and Ineffective Fitchcr. SULLIVAN WAS AN EASY MARK Boston Had an Easy Time Hitting Big Sulli van'a Curve), and Secured a One-Sided Victory Washington Fielded Well, but Could Mot Negotiate Etivett'a Shoots. Results of Yesterday's Games. Skit York, 16; BROOKLrs.BvUwtgame). Krw YORK, 9, Drookltn, 8 (second game). Pittsburg, llj st. Locis, 5. CBICJIOO, 10; LOUISVILLE, 4. Boston, ll; Wisuivoton, 4 Cincinnati, 8; Cleveland, 5 Baltimore, 19, Philadelphia, li Tlic Championship Record. W I. 1-ct-l W L. Boston. .. K SO MT Brooklyn... 43 4il Baltimore.. 5- 3" .C34'ClncinnatL. 40 4 hew ork. M SS .C21Phluigo.... .17 i Cl-i.l.nd AS 35 .573.t. 1-ouli .. 37 SI m. .MS .4ri. .41r 4J0 rnlla'DhlK. 41 3S .Ml Louis) file.. SS JO .300 Pittsburg,.. 4o i .529jaih'ton... 25 CI 2yi LASY TOR 110iTON. Sullivan Again Made a Tnilnrc In Ills Attempt to Pitch Hall. Boston, Auc, 4. Ihe home team won to day's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

'"... ?- - sr. jrii3g?R 3v - jff4'' 5.7- jfiTF-jJ -SVt-tV3f -V-fcS''" "f vWwc stN THE WASHTN'GTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 1894. The Washinflton Times fEVEET DAT IX THE YEARi OWKKD AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORXXIt ELEVXNTn AND E STIIECTS NOHmnsSL BcsnEss Omcs, l ELavruTn Street N. W. Telophone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, S37-S. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Tents. By the month Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST S, 1801. Subscribers ara earnestly requested to make complaints at The Tunes office of nil neglect to deliver papers promptly 'and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receivo prompt attention. CIRCULATION TOR THE PAST WEEK. Sundnv. July 22 20,201 Monday, July 23 19,057 Tucsday.July 21 .'..... 20,210 Wednesday, July 25 22,950 Thursday, July 2G 21,117 J-riday.July 27! 20,505 SatnrdnT.July 28 20.031 Total 145,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

?5ensPfl&HfF ',r3Wi'''' """ ffS bmpWxK Jh5'S?A',: t - -. 's 'JiJ-lt;,- Wv- THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 5. 1894. WAD EMPRESS DYING. l"hs Unhappy Charlotte of Mexico Is Fall ing Rapidly. It was a melancholy day Xor the member! ot the royal family of Belgium on June 7, when Ihey made their annual official pilgrimage to the Chateau da Bouchout, near tho Tillage of Moysse, to present their "best wishes" to the nnhappy Charlotte, ex-Empress of Mexico. It was the fifty-fourth anniversary of her birth. Her condition since that day, too, has continued to grow worse, so that ltlsbe lleed the princess Is soon to bo relieved by death from her suflflrings. Until a short time ngo she had at least mo ments when she appeared to be herself and understand in part at least what was said to her. These moments came most frequently In the presence of her6iter-ln-law,thequeen, for whom sho always manifested a deep love. Few persons are allowed near ber. In fact, as the presence of one whom s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

- -WV -XV-I" 'y&'yfrga-f,z?z-?; 3f," 7-" 'i1?- 'V;:'-.! Jt " 1,V" :-" iMCr'- " " ;."i.,"s!?7Mr.-i y-Tgtea? ".- 6 THE WASHINGTON TOTES, SUNDAY AUGUST 5, 1894. fea,W'A,e-' PREPARING FOR How Washington Will Knights of WORK OF THE Their Labors Are About Completed and Every thing Is Nearly Ready. MONEY GIVEN A Veritable Sea of Tents ani Banners Will "Wavo Around the Great Monument Ar rangements for the Prizo Brill Contests in Infantry and Cavalry on the Baseball Grounds Receptions Prepared for Their Visiting Brethren by Local Knights 'Work of Preparing Stands and Letting Advertisine Citizens to Decorate Their Homes and Places of Business How tho Financial End Has Been Steered Sights and Scones About the City That Will Interest the Tourists. Thousands of visitors will bo in 'Washing ton three weeks from to-morrow on tho occa lon ol tho biennial encampment of the Uni form Itank Knights of Tythias in tho United Btates and tho blonuial session of the supremo lodge of tho samo order. The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

-.-I-., ,-,fcrf. -, - - ? vtf--T?;r JU-.'i-V -v,-1 -.- v THE -VVASHTN-GTOX TIMES, STJNDAY, ATTGrTJST 5, 1804. IID IT EVER OCCUR To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In the Shoe business In this city, and that he Is selling Ladies' 2 Russia Calf Oxfords (sizes 1 to -i). lor only 69 Cents.. And Ladles' 1M Tatent Tip, Hand.tnrn, Hrljht Dongola Oxfords (sizes 8 to 4Jfl, for only 98 Cents. When you see these Oxfords you will probably join our competitors in saying that Rich is very foolish to sell them at such low prices, but he says he knows what he is about, and that he will keep on selling them at said prices until the last pair is gone. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET, Remember number, branch store. "519," as ire hare no PERSONAL. JACK W. DYING TO SEE YOU: HAVE TRIED every way; you promised to write sure:. please write, making appointment; care Patent OCIce if address is lost. It PROF. CLAY, CLAIKVOVAXT, BUSINESS MKD1UM; Tells past, present, and future; lore, l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 August 1894

-t-s ti" -u ,f rtr- iv-sgrev" -ys&rjss M ' THE "WASHENGTOST TIKES, SUNDAT, AUGUST 5. 1894. When In need of Men's or Boy's Clothing of any sort como HERE for It No matter if you bave looked everywhere, else and failed to cet suited you will find just what you want HEBE, for both in and out of sea son WE always nayo variety enough to give everybody a satisfactory choice, no matter whether it is a suit for dress wear, a suit for business purposes, an Onting or Tennis Suit, a thin Coat and Vest, or odd Coat, or just a pair of Trousers, we'll BU1T and FIT you with propor, stylish garments at the very lowest prices. If you are going away you'll And a Blue Serge Suit available for most any purpose. It is neat and dressy, is cool and comfortable, and is very serviceable; at least OURS ABE. We have a spocially good one at $15, better than wo ever had before at that price. Other Suits from $10 to $35, all of them SATISFACTORY. Robinson, Ghery & Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. WALL PAPER A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 August 1894

-ijv s-ap -SSr5W fw?; rags? T5?flKT)it LFiyftC"! iMt ." f, ir r & THE WASHINGTON TIME "OL.l. NO. 142. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MOBNING, AUGUST 6, 1894. ONE CENT. fcATSflM? , SATOLLI DROVE THE WEDGE Bishop Vfatterson Had Inserted It in His Saloon Decision. EXPLANATION OP THE AFFAIR I Wiat at First Was a Matter Belating to the Columbus Diocese Only Hsa Seen Hade to Affect Catholic Societies the Country Over by the Apostolic Delegate. Colcjibcs, Ohio, Aug, 5. An agent of the Associated Press to-lay saw Bishop Wat terson, who Rave some interesting Inside his tory of his recent enactments and tho causes which led to them. A week before Thanksgiving Day hist year a member of ono of the Columbus societies belonging to tho Knights of St. John's Union, told the bishop that the militury branch of the division, to which the informant be longed, had, during the preceding year, given threo entertainments, two of them under tho assumed name of tho Evening Star Club, at which beer was sold and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 August 1894

Tg?f r.w)5-.5 - 55' .V T -V V. - THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST C, 1894. The Washington Times (ETEBT Da Y IX THE TEAKl OWNED AND ISSUED 1ST The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORKER ELEVENTH AKB E STBEETS NORTHWEST. Ecsivess Oftice, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, S3T-3. Business OElco, 837-S. Price, Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition -.. Throe Cents By tho month .Thlrty-flTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 0, 1801. Bnbscnbers are earnestly requested to make complaints at Tho Times office cf all neglect to dohver papers promptly ana in a eonrteons manner. The Times proposes to gvre subscribers satisfactory Eervico, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. CIRCULATIO.N I OR THE PAST Wl EK. Sunday July 22 20.201 Monday Julj 23 19,057 Tucsdaj.Jul) 21 20,2X0 Wcdncsday.July 25 22,050 Thursday, July 20 21,117 Friday.July 27 20,505 Saturday July 28 20,031 Total., .145,007 Average daily circulation.. - 20,728 The Weather To da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 August 1894

FffjjSF !5Fr THE TVASHTN'GTOS' TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 6. 1894. 3" 110 IT EVER OCCUR To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In tho Shoe business In this city, and that ho Is aelllns Ladles' S2 Kussla Calf Oxfords (slits 1 to j), for only 69 Cents. And Ladles' $2.50 Patent Tip, Iland.tum, Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 5 to 4fl, for only 98 Cents. When you see these Oxfords you will probably join our competitors in saying that Rich is very foolish to sell them at such low prices, but he says he knows what he is about, and that he will keep on selling them at said prices until the last pair is gone. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, "919," as we have no branch More. FINANCIAL SILSBY it COMPANY BANKERS AND BROKERS. METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING, Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury. TELEPHONE MB. MONET TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAL. BRANCH OFFICE. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Corner 7th St. and Pa. Ave. Telerhone, Sit mhl3-ly Money You'can borrow as Tr. I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 August 1894

WWW? K THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, AXTGTTST 6. 1894. When It teed ot Men's orBoy's Clothing of any aort come HERE lor It. Ko matter if you tiara looked everywhere else and failed to get suited yon -will find just what you want 1IERB, for both In and out of sea son YTE always have Tariety euough to give everybody a satisfactory choice, no matter whether It Is a suit for dress wear, m suit for business purposos, an Outing or Tennis Suit, a thin Coat and Vest, or odd Coat, or Just n pair of Trousers, we'll BUITand FIT you with proper, stylish garments at the very lowest prices. If' you are going away you'll find a Blue Serge Suit available for most any purpose. It is neat and dressy, Is cool and comfortable, and Is Tery scrvicoablo; at least OUBS ARE. We have n specially good one at 915, better than we ever had before at that prloo. Other Suits from, 910 to $35, all of them SATISFACTORY. Robinson, GhBry & Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. tOur large overhead revolv. lnc fans make this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 August 1894

, "t - rj, -r- - -t VV -1 i'(V'1 ftS .T cVUjV.-S5.-' ?" - Vt0& JSJjt?3 1 - p-vj ;--- THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.l. KO. 143. AVAsnrGTOisr, d. c, Tuesday morning, august t, is94. OXE CENT. -t?-t-ij: v- -s&x Vr'"w VOORHEES OFFERS ADYIGE He Advocates Tariff Concessions on the Part of the Senate. FOR TREE COAL AND IRON ORE Demands of tho House for These Should Be Granted by the Senate President's letter looked Upon as a Help Obstructionists Will Be Burned in Effigy. Senator Yoorhecs, chairman of tho Senato Finance Committeo and of tho conference committee on tho tariff, has been unablo to attend the conference on account of ill health and is still confined to his house. Ho has not therefore been heard from on tho points now at issue between the conferees. It has been assumed that ho stood with tho Senate conference managers not only for tho Senate duty on sugar, but also for a duty on coal and iron ore. Ho announced tho con trary in an interview with a reporter who called upon him ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 August 1894

? &!& ww THE IVASITDTGTOX TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1804. The Washington Times (Eteet Day in Tnr Ten) OWNED AND ISSUED IJT The Waington Times Company TIMER nUlLIUNri, r rn ELTTrvnt isn n smm NonrnwrTi lirwrraii omcc Fi ivexth Sntcrr X W. TtlojtfaMKi-KdHorhl Rooms, 337-3. Hwiem UOkre, WT-i lric, Dully lillllira.. ........ On Cent, funday KJHIon Throo Cents. Hy tha month.. Thlrtr-nvo Conts. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 7, 1331. Ecbtcriben are earnestly requested to ratke complaints at The Times office cf all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous raanner. The Times proposes to give inbscnbers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receivo prompt attention. CIRCULATION! OK Till'. PAST VVTEK. SundaT. July 22.... JMondov.Jul 23.... Tucsdoj.JuIy 24... Wcdncsday.July 2 Thursday, Jul 20 Jriday.July 27 Saturday. Jul 28 20,201 li,!57 20,210 22.(150 21,117 20,505 20,031 Total.. .145,01)7 Avcrago dally circulation 20,728 The leather To dav. For theDMri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 August 1894

-j THE WASHIXGTO TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7. 1804. K-v, ""-"" ' DID IT EVER OCCUR To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In tho Shoe bullae's In this city, nnd that he Is celling Ladled ti Itussia Calf Oxfords (sizes 1 to 2s), for only 69 Cents. ind Ladles' S2.50 Patent Tip, Iland-turn, Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 2 to 4JY), for only 98 Cents. When you see these Oxfords you will probably join our competitors iu saying that Rich is very foolish to sell them at such low prices, but he says he knows what he is about, and that he will keep on selling them at said prices until the last pair is gone. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET, Remember number, "919," ns we hare no branch store. FINANCIAL. Full 6 Per Cent. Investments. V by talie the risk and bother " ltu the collection of rent", payment of taxes, etc , inci- dent to bu)Ingn al state when jou can bu 1 irst Trust Notes netting you t percent interct per annum and absolutely wire " Drop in and talk Tilth us about it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 August 1894

-.,- nf ,il( ijjsSp.-x,-ttt'TTr r -py-grti r ; 5- f cj; -rtTtf sf Sm e--I V -.- ff.r. 4. THE TVASHOTGrTOlT TIMES, frtTBSDAY, AUGUST T. 1894. i .- j.. 5tPe!T'f?Sgq'- We Are Btlll talking outing suits. Yes, and Bell ing them.too. For most every man who rocs away on a vacation wants one, of course, and OURS Is by far tho biggest and best lino in town. Ono of tbo most popular ones is that WHITE SCOTCH HOMESPUN. It Is new, neat, and dressy. To be had only of DS, and costs only TEN DOLLARS for Coat and Pants. Some other very neat patterns at $7.30 and $8, equal to aoy you'll soo anywhere else at 310, and S12, and they'll fit even better. Blue Serge Coats from S5 up. White duck trousers to go with them at $1.00 to 65. All sizes, perfect fitting. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. ?52 SS tffOur large oTerhead revolT- tnir fan mntrt lhi thft roolost Flore In this city and xnalco buy ing a pleasure. Wilson's $3.50 Shoes. Long before we began to manu facture these frhoes wo realized ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 August 1894

'.x-Jt'-"Sm:p"ir: -i5'-i.ift.s";s,e-?S9,S . f. -- if r-f- "" - i.i4.,iVUfitv-5J THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOENING. AUGUST 8, 1894. VOL.1. NO. 144. ONE CENT. rir-v - i- - "tj if tf,sj5r3??SF1P"iJ1?9' "f" -Ts-?,'?iS MR. BYNUM ATE HUMBLE PIE Democratic Caucus Resulted in His Humiliating Defeat. WILSON HAD IT WELL IN HAND House Conferees to Proceed as They See Best Opposition to the Senate Bill Strengthened Wilson, Crisp and Cooper Made Temperate but Forcible Speeches. Chairman Wilson and his associate House tariff conferees scored a victory yesterday when the IIouso T)emocratlo caucus, called with a view of terminating the tariff strugglo by instructing or advising tho House confer ees, adjourned without taking any action. The effect of this was to leavo the House conferees to proceed as they saw best and to show conspicuously that tho effort to advise them had failed. The friends of Mr. W ilson found that they had tho caucus so well in hand that they could have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 August 1894

3' ' WkywpS" " ' Swfts?!? wvwjftjs-jfi ?t5SgS5:iSEtsti-'? -y-jW-w ts- i-iv,mi- i i ;CTUjsas?.F?jifF THE -WASHTNGTON" TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Dat n the Tub) OWNED AM) ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, COBKER ELEVENTH AKD E STRirTS NORTHVTESX BcaiKBES OrnCE, l Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. rrlct, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., AUGUST 8, 1891. Snbicribers 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. CIRCULATION IOR THE PAST WEEK. Sunday. July 22 20,201 Monday, July 23 li,957 Tuesday.July 2 20,210 Wcdncsday.July 25 22,056 Thursday, July 20 21,117 tTiday.July 27 20,505 SaturdaT.July 28 20,031 Total 1...

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