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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 August 1894

att - 'a," 1 rWv $?? -'4i-d&v - -"-v j"" -r vv t" - THE -WASHDrGTQy TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. 1894. 3 L-3 DID IT EVER To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In tie Shoe buslncs in this city, and that ho ts Boiling Ladles' -' Russia Calf Oxfords (sixes 1 to 8). for only 69 Cents. And Ladles' S2M Tatent Tip, nand.turn. Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 8 to 4J.fl, 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. "019," as wo haro no FINANCIAL. THE Washington Loan AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL. - 51,000,000 Money to loan In nny amount on short notice on npproved real estate and collateral, and at most reasonable rates. m.w.W. Full 6 Per Cent. Investments. Why take the risk and...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 August 1894

wf -i-j!rssK4jr'' &jy ?-:? - 'fJ'PA'!' ",Vg'"-S; "i . "--jr-,--.--.., THE "WASHINGTON TOTES, "WEDNESDAY, ATTGTTST 8. 1894. We Are EUU talking outing salts. Yes, and sell ing them, too. For most every man who goes away on a vacation wants one, ot course, and OURS is by for the biggest and best lino in town. One ot the most popular ones is that WHITE SCOTCH HOMESPUN. It is now, neat, and dressy. To be had only of US, and costs only TEX DOLLARS lor Coat and Pants. Borne other very'neat patterns at S7.S0 and $8, equal to any you'll see anywhere else at $10, and $12, and they'll fit even better. Blue Serge Coats from $5 up. White duck trousers to go with them at 51.50 to $5. All sizes, perfect fitting. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. et5ft The "Keystone" Boiler Compounds aro chemically purr, and are gradually working their way to the front, giving entire - satisfaction whenever used. 1 hey remove and iwsitively prevent scaling: they neu- tralizo acids, sulphur, and miner...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 August 1894

Wfrf" .. . - ..- j,'i-'n!-!ff!n'-l-!ii-Ttf''fjfT-,'n- THE WASHINGTON. TIMES Itt WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOENING, AUGUST 9, 1894. YOL.l. KO 145. OXE CEXT. CONFEREES AGREE Democrats to Report to the Full Conference To-day. THIS THE UNDERSTANDING Compromise Has Been Reached on Sugar, Coal, and Irou Ore. REPUBLICANS READY TO FIGHT i IngartoHave a Doty of 40 Per Cent Ad Valorem on the Baw and 1-5 Differential on Refined; No Bounty Coal to Be Taxed 40 Cents a Ton, and Iron Ore Free Ob jection Hade from the House to the Reten tion of the Duty on Coal Louisiana Dele gation Displeased Republicans Hope to Defeat the BUI. When the Democratic tariff conference ad journed lato yesterday It was unaerstood on ell sides that the Democrats would reDOrt to the full conference to-day. Members of the conference supported the general faith by thoir statements, which wore moro or less sanguine or guarded, depending upon the temperament of the speaker. While the utterances at the time of adjournment we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 August 1894

"v3, Mf "rvi" 'w-icvi- "i- Vi. x 5W THE WASHTtfGrTOjtf TIMES. THUBSDAY, AUGUS 9, 1894. " (?; . V !J3 y The Washington Times fEVEBT DAT IN TEX YE1E) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. rcn.NEB ElXVE!1TI JUtD B STREETS NORTHWEST. Business Ornci, 1 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, SST-1 Business OSce, 837-1 Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Tnlrty-flve Cents WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 9, 1891. Subscribers aro earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office cf all neglect to deliver paperi promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. CIRCULATION FOR THE PAST WEEK. .SundaT. July 22 Mondav,July23 20,?81 Tuesday, July 24 20,210 Wednesday, July 25 22,050 Thursday, July 20 21,117 ridoy,JuIy 27 20,505 Saturdav.July 28 20,031 Total 145,007 Averngo daily circulation 20,728 The Weather To-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 August 1894

' ifjrf?i " V ,v. 4.H ., 'r TEE WASHJJNerTUJy 'IDLES, THURSDAY", AUGUST 0, 1894. & WTWJT - , DID IT EVER OCCUR To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In tho Shoe business In this city, and that ho Is Bellini; Ladles' i Russia Calf Clitoris (slzos 1 to -H)i for only 69 Cents. And Ladlos' 82.50 Patent Tip, Hnnd.turn, Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 2 to 4i), for only 98 Cents. "When you see these Oxfords you will" probably join our competitors in sayiug that Rich is very foolish to sell them at such low prices, but he sajrs he knows what he is about, aud 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, "013," as wo haTO no branch More. FINANCIAL. Two Good Ideas First, put as!do a certain portion of your earnings each, mouth. ThPU deposit these amounta at 4. percent, interest with The Union Savings Bank, 1222 F St. N. W. (Open until 5 p m. on Government paydays and Saturday ovenlugs fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 August 1894

r-i -. Wa1' .. i-p-Tif ;v.,'-"v'i-T,'.q3'Ss.--Q 3TKff"?ra3"K33fS--T5, v- t - .9 r s THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THtTBSDAT, ATTGTTST 9. 1894. - Notwithstanding The hue and ery of the fako doalers, with their sensational offerings of so-called food clothing at nothing or less per suit, tho peoplo won't be gulled, but prefer to come to a houso like OURS, where they know they will get the worth of thoir money and oan return any unsaaafactory purchasos and have their monoy refunded cheerfully. Many men who are going ."orth for their vacation want a medium-weight suit. You'll find them HERE; plow, of them; the right sort, coo. Good, honest fabrics, honestly trimmed, honestly sowed, stylishly cut, and atfairand equit able prices. 810 to S3S for garments equal to the finest custom-made ones, and as perfect in fit, too. S-mmer Suits, thin Coats and Vests, and odd Coats in all colors, grades, and prices. All honest values, too. Robinson, Gheru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. t3T Coolest storo In tho ci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 August 1894

. sswfaV-ayjty luAm'?fefJJf ' " " - if r P" f-OUVr -5 jft- rSA3 V r r -&. s -" TJiS: THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, FKIDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 10, 1894. VOL.1. NO. 146. ONE CENT. TARIFF WIND HAS SHIFTED It Blows iMerrily Now From the Dis agreement Quarter. SITUATION NOWISE IMPROVED Calculations That an Agreement Would Be Beached Yesterday Upset House Con ferees Insist on Coal Tree and Iron Ore Satiable Cleveland Has Hot Interfered, The Democratic tariff conference had ex pected to bo able to announce an agreement yesterday. Instead ol reaching any definite conclusion tho day closed with the bill in qulto as uncertain a stato ns cv or before in its history .with the situation in ncwiso improved, and with the feeling between the friends of the Senato bill and tho Houso bill intensified instead of allayed, and with no one prepared to say what the outcome would be, or when the end would be reached. It was apparent at tho very beginning of the conferenco that those who had come t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 August 1894

v -vrtt" ,:. jt. 3- i-yV;.'Aild THE "WASHINGTON TOLES. FIUDAY, ATJCHJST 10, 1894. &$: "-'&' -. - 'r-1 The Washington Times ffiVERT DAT IS THE TUB) OWNIU) AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILBINO, COBNER ELEVENTH 1ND E STREETS NORTHWESTS Business OrncE, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telopuono Editorial Booms, 337-S. Business Ofllco. !T-i Trice, Pally Edition One Cent Sunday IMItlon .. Three Cents. By tho month Thlrty-flve Cents, WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 10, 1891. Subscribers are earnestly requested to mike 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. Tbo Weather To-day. District of Columbia and Maryland: Fair; cooler northeast winds. COMPARATIVE TARIFF TAXATION. A few weeks ngo tno country was con fronted with the apparent necessity of ac cepting the tariff bill prepared by the Senat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 August 1894

-vyiit,;i- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIQAT, AUGUST 10. 1894. tr- -..y; .-- -i To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In the Shoo business in this city, ana that bfi is selling Ladles' S2 Russia Calf Oxfords (sizes 1 to -i). 'or on'r 69 Cents. And Ladies' $2.50 Talent Tip, Hand-turn, Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 2 to 4fl, f or only 98 Cents. When 3"ou 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 More. "919," as we hare no FINANCIAL. G-9-9'0'0'0l J Every Professional and T Business Man Q and capitalist should rent a safe deposit box tor tueBtnrngeol private papers, money, jewels, and other valuables. We have boxes to rent surrounded by every medern device, insuring safety, privacy, and conven ience, $5 to JJO pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 August 1894

( je--ii-"-!' -5 :t'!J " -jr-sA V" r' W-SKHf-- vwo..j- j T r-vrs-f ' rS " ?,rt?' ,' '.Ps-i'- " " "i '-- 4 THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, FBI DAT, AUGUST 10. 1894. jviaf. No Brag or bluster HEBE. No sensational or fake schemes of any sort. Jnst the same old American method we have pursued for years of giving our patrons tho Dnest mod best Clothing obtainable nt fair and equitable prices Is what Is keeping us busy In oven this so-called dull season. If you are going away and need a new Bult, an Outing Coat and Trousers, a thin Coat and Vest, or odd Coat, a pair or two of Duck Trousers, or anything what ever in our line, let us supply it You'll And variety enough here to give you n satisfactory choice, and we guarantee, the quality and price of tho garments. There are some specially good Outing Suits at $7.50 and 83. Other people would ask you $12 and $15 for poorer ones. See them and judge for yourself. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. QViZilAZZjZV&&&fZ&&Zs&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 August 1894

jir .- vJ .P Ow, 5y'- t- -4s& ' JW-3 ? , TV s--,s.!;3C r iV THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1894. ONE CENT. VOL.1. NO. 146. T-TS&f RAID UPON ROSLYN Gov. O'Ferrall Sends Virginia Troops to Oust the Industrials. - NO COMMOTION AT THE GAMP Action After Consultation with Dis trict Commissioners. TKO COMPANIES GONE FORTH Eighty Hen from Richmond and Fifty from Alexandria Under Command of Adjt Gen. Anderson Ho Serious Resistance Is Ex pected, Bnt If There Should Be Any the Coxeyites "Will Be Bemoved at the Point of the Bayonet Soldiers Expected to Beach the Camp at Dawn. Got. O'Ferrall sent last night eighty militiamen from Richmond under Adjt. Gen. Anderson, who reached Alexandria by special train shortly before midnight. They were re enforced there by sixty men from the Alexan dria Light Infantry, under command of Capt Mushback. A little after 2 o'cloct they marched up the turnpike upon Roslva with the intention of taking the industrial's camp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 August 1894

- n!'?y-M4r5"ff'iwT3'?:-f -y tTT!? "FSEiF35.V''5?'i3W'!r i -t' i-fitJ-iifK-tfi-p g"W. 'ffxTTQjgr- T?!! eA -r THE WASHLNGTOIT TOLES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1891. r The Washington Times tETIKT DiT IN TBI Y1R) OWKED AXD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, COSNTB EumtSTH 1KD It STKXKTS KORTHWESX BCEiNrssOrnci, 431 Elivim-h Strict X. W. Telephono-Edltorlal Etwms, KS7-S. Business Office, S37-a price, Dally Edition One Cent punosy Edition...., Three Cents. By the month .Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 11, 189i. Subscribers are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office of all neglect to Stirrer papers promptly and in a coarttoni manner. The Tunes proposes to five icbicribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive jrompt attention. . 635 FRIENDS GAINED. The circulation of The Times increased since Sunday as follows: Monday.,.... 69 Tuesday '1 Wednesday 219 Thursday 154 Friday (np to 6 o'clock) - 122 Total increase ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 August 1894

3ifVf-',ifcV?r-SrSS tCW '" 3" "" '' tXy'S -,?, THE "VASIIIN(JTOJSr TIMES. 'SATURDAY, AU&UST 11. 1894. 3 1 DIBIT EVE! To You that There Is Bui Ono CEO. W. RICH In the Shoe business In this city, an J that ho Is Belling Ladios'iM Russia Calf Oxfords (sizes 130 S$), tor only 69 Cents. And Ladles' S3 50 Patent Tip, Iland.turn, Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 3 to 4Q, 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," as wo have no cxanch fctortv FINANCIAL. J Every Professional and Y V Business Man T A and capitalist should rent n safe V deposit box for thestorage of private Q jmpcrs, money, Jewels, and other Q valuables We have boxes to rent ' ft surrounded by every modern device, 0 T Insuri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 August 1894

t-vunvn" S-jp-tpr Hfi&- a -f!rse.-v;S. vsvh&s&sgHrxt v'f?x fSliSi THE TVASHDTGTON TIMES, SATUBDAT, AUGUST 11. 1894. No Brn or blotter HEBE. Kannutlosalor fak, sahemes ot any sort. Just the tarns old American rfiethod we haTe pursued for years ol giving our patrons the finest and best Clothing obtainable at fair aud equitable prices Is what is keeping u busy in eren this se-called dull season. It yeu are going away and need a new Suit, an Outing Coat and Trousers, a thin Coat and Vest, or odd Coat, a pair or two of Duek Trousers, or anything what Ter in our line, let us supply it You'll Had Tarlety enough here to give you a satisfactory choice, and we guarantee the quality and price of the garments. There are seme specially good Outing Suits at (7,80 and SS. Other people would ask yeu (12 and 915 for poorer ones. See them and Judge for yourself. Robinson, Gheru & Go., Twelfth and F Streqte. New Lot Of fine tailor-mad jraits cam 9 by express yesterday morning. They are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

IIWftJsJslS I - KWAV- -? " i-tV it V-r r" '&- -H-C," THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 147. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOBNING. AUGUST 12, 1894. THREE CENTS. PROBE THE POLICE! Commissioners Will Institute a Rigid Investigation. TO EXPOSE CROOKEDNESS Men in Different Precincts Arc Already on Fins and Needles. RACY DISCLOSURES EXPECTED Bevelaticai cf Protection to Saloon Keepers and Places of IU-repnto That Promiso to Eival the Becent Exposures in New York Policemen Acting as "Cappors" for Some Police Court lawyers Postiig Them as to Cnlprits How a Barroom Was Raided Became the Proprietor Demanded the Re payment of a Loan. The police lorce Is to be thoroughly inves tigated. The District Commissioners yesterday de termined to sift to the bottom tba rumors affecting the integrity and efficiency of the lorce which hae been in circulation for sev eral days, and they Intend that when tho wort is completed the verdict will be suoh 83 will meet with the approval of all good citi zens. The in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

" 5 tys. V&5C- . THE WASTITN-GTO TIMES, SUNDAY, 4TJGTTST 12, 1894. MAHONE'S HOPES BLASTED Adjacent Site to the Government Printing Office Decided On. OTHER PROPOSALS VOTED DOWN Insecurity of tho Present Building Again Dilated Upon Appropriation in tho Sun dry Civil Bill of 1890 Made Available for the Purchase of the Ground. The Houso decided yesterday afternoon by a Toto of 133 to 41 to settlo the question of a Gov crnment renting House site by directing that land adjacent to the present building bo acquired nnd n suitabio addition erected thereon. The monor is to be paid out of the 8250,010 appropriated by the sundry civil bill In 1890 and not expended. Messrs. Bayers, O'Neill and Cogswell were appointed con ferees on the bill. When the result was announced there was Considerable applause nnd handshaking among members. Gen. Mahono, who had stood anxiously at the main door of tho House during tho two hours' debate, quietly and sadly slipped out and leit the building. It was very...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

j -'i.--' ; --sf--;? .V?- -t" g "V" -.,---"y "-r-s---H-5!ri,;1 i-te-p--iJ.',5;vj r V THE TTASHTN-GTOiN- TEtfES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 1894. a 3s "w.B3-!--Ki. of",vj"v.'" " '" , TWICE THE SENATORS LOST Philadelphia Gained in Percentage at tie Expense of Washington. TOOK PITCHING THE REASON Both Snllivan and Maul Proved the Softest Kind of Marks for the Quaker Batsmen The Senators ridded Well in Both Games but Conld Hot Hit the Ball. Results of Yesterday's Games. rHlUDELrnu, 10; Washington-, 7 (First game.) PHILAPELriUJt,lG; WASHINGTON, 1 (Second game.) Bbookltn, II; Boston, ia Cixtleam), 11; Chicago, 9. Pittsdckg, 3; Locisi ilu, 2. Baltimore, 20; Naw York, l Cincinnati, T; St. Lous, 6. The Championship Record. w. l. rot. i w. n ret. Boston. 59 32 .C4S Brooklyn... 47 44 .516 Baltimore!.. 57 32 .610 Cincinnati.. 42 4S .467 New 1 ork.. M 36 .001 Chicago.... 41 51 .440 Cleveland.. 51 S! SiyO St. Louis. .. 38 63 .409 Pittsburg .. 50 42 .553 Loulsillle.. 31 01 .517 Phila'phla- 46 41 .KSilVash...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

- jrwy2'j(-i$.-''?"''iriki: v-m .. 3-o - T- -5j. s-,,383Kr ipj tifT-y-j -Wgy- ,5 SkJ.-.ETSJ "- -V THE -WASHrNGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AT7GMTST 12, 1894. The'Washinglon Times CEVTKT DAT I THE YEAR) OWXED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDDCG, Coiumt Etrnerrn and E Streets Northwest Bcsixiss OmcE, 1 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, S37-S. Price, Dally Edition OnoCent Sunday Edition -... .Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-Hio Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 12, 1891. Snbicriben are earneitly 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. 1358 FRIENDS GAINED. The circulation of The Times increased since Sunday as follows: Monday 69 Tuesday 71 Wednesday 219 Thursday 154 Friday 122 Saturday- 723 Total increase since Sunday 135S This increas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

i.v -p i&t- "tv-'-sv - THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SJ5K DAT; AUGUST 12, 1894. "r "C'T'",'x' -a- T- jC; ""jfe' sC " -"h GREATEST CONVENTION YET Christian Endcavorera Will Take Washington by Storm. EXPECT 100,000 HERB IN 1896 Iraraonse Preparation! for Their Bcception, Housing, Iteetiap, and Zntertalraient Already Boing Planned local Offlceri Enthusiast'c Prominent Speakers Here. Four woeks ago to-night inj Cleveland, tho Forest City and metropolis of the Buckoyo commonwealth, tbcro closed the greatest re ligious convention of this decade. Forty thousand delegates wore gathered there "for Christ and tho church." Somo of tho bright est slurs in tho Christian Endeavor firmament delivered inspiring addresses on missionary oxtensioa and kindred subjects. All credit Is due the Cleveland Endcavorera for tho man ner in which they entertained such a host of visitors. In two years from that date another con vention will havo come to Us closo In this beautiful Capital of the nation. Many persons ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

J ?--,. -j? r t- ' fV - - , THE WASHINGTON TIMES', SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 1894. 45 ' Xt- JZf YEARS OF LABOR STRIKES Their History as Tabulated fcy the Interior Department Labor Bureau. 46 PER CENT. SUCCESSFUL The Report Has Hothine to Do with the Re cently Appointed Commission, but Con tains Much Material for Eeflection To Be Issued When All Beports Are In. wbittex ros The Times. An investigation of all the strik.es that liavo occurred in this country between January 1, 1S87, and July 1, 1891, is betas mado by tho labor bureau ol the Department of the In terior, and the report will be issued as 60on as the field force which has the matter in charge can complete the work. This is entirely independent ol tho insti gation which has been undertaken under the direction of Congross, and, while not so com prehensive cs the latter, will be nevertheless a valuable and instructive paper. It will be confined to reporting tho most essential facts in regard to tho strikes of the past eeven and one-h...

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