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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 12. 1894. NEARLY A CENTURY OF LIFE Remarkable History of the Prcbbjterian Church. First GREW UP ITH THE CAPITAL Many of the Host Illustrious Names in the Nation Intimately Associated with It Powerful Influences Have Radiated from It Some Interesting Facts Recalled. "This church is open every day in tho vrcek. Coma in and rest and pray." Such is tho inscription which is to bo seen on a bronze plato, deeply set, but not so deeply placed us to be difficult of obscnation, in one ol the sreat granite blocks which form a part of tbo front wall of tho First Fresbjterian Church, on Four-and-a-half street northwest, and but a short distance south of Judiciary Square. The idea of putting this plato where it i3 originated with Rev. S. V. V. Ilolmes, for merly assistant to tho paster, Rov. Dr. Byron Bumlerland, now pastor of Westminster Church, Buffalo, N. Y., and in the two jears since it was set in the wall hundreds of per sons haaailed themselves of the i...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 August 1894

.... j J"J'-'j-y c--3 ja, "-Vj "M-n; - ??V&&m&,ii!:s?' J -"'-acr "J1-1XTs" -" 8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 12. 1894. tJV-i--,- Vftlf t!'"$-$?tiaJiX-9?&Xr X Yotf Gan't Tell How easily you can bo suited and fitted with ready-to-wear clothes until yon try ours. TVa pride ourselyei especially jpon the STYLE and FIT of ALL of OUR CLOTIIES. Trom the cheapest odd coat to the Hnest dress suit there Is a fashion ablo. dressy appearance not always ob tained in the best onstom-made garments and equaled by no other ready-to-wear ones yet made. See those Outing Butts at $7.50 and $8.00. They are well-worth anybody's 12.00 or 815.00, and would be so marked In any other store in town. Other suits from $10.00 up, in a big va riety ot neat styles and patterns and ALL good Talues at the prices asked. Blue Serge Coats that will fit, keep their color and shape, and wear well, AT $5.00. Robinson, Gheru&Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Coolest Store In the City. An Erect and Grac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 August 1894

7WffiW,t-i',T''k"'- &-"& 5T4 pr. THE WASHINGTON TIMES "VOL.l. NO. 148. WASHrtfGTON, D. C, MCKNDAY MOUNTS G, AUGUST 13, 1894. ONE CENT. - SENATE CAN'T DO ANYTHING House Has Absolute Control of the Tariff Situation. SO ALL THE LEADERS DECLARE UMay Pan the Bill at Any Time Without Its Hiring Been First Boported to the Senate from the Conference The Latter Body Ap parently Not at All Disturbed. It was anything bnt a day of rest for the tariff leaders yesterday. They were on the go from early morning until late last night. It -was a day of conferences at the White House, at the prhato residences of the con ferees and at the hotels. Secretary Carlisle was with President Cleveland throughout the afternoon. The Senate and House conferees made no effort to get together, and they remain as wide apart as when their meeting broke up on Friday night. The House conferees wore in consultation informally most of the day, although at no time were all together at once. Chairman Wilson spent t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 August 1894

i!f' 8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, HON DAT, AUGUST 13, 1894. !$- The Washinfllon Times OStxxt Sat in tex Teak) OWNED AND ISSUED Bt The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDINO, Counts lumimi ikd K Struts Nohthitkst; BCSWESS OFFICE, 431 ELEVESTTJI STREET N, W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, B37-S. Easiness Office, 837-1 lrIc,aUy Edition....- On Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month.. o.....Tulrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 13, 1891. laiicribers ita earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a conrteons manner. The Times proposes to giro suDserihen satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. m m The Weather To-day. For the District o Columbia, fair; warmer; aoutherly winds. -st--ft THE CAUCUS TO-DAY. They say that crow is very bitter, and a huge dish of It is waiting for the House Democrats to-day. The House conferees have evidently decided that it must be the Senate bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 August 1894

--.y --- v- -, t v 'ryf .t--- i vv-r "j -v- -i -fT. iuj !lu.Luo, IiiIDAx, AtJiorusj-L1 rli), lbf)-4. DID IT EVER OCCUR To You that There Is But Ono CEO. W. RICH IntheShoabusInes In this city, una that ho Is selling Ladles' f - Russia Colt Oxfords (sizes 1 to iiH, for only 69 Cents. And T-iflins S2.S0 Patent Tin. nand.turn. Iright Dongola Oxfords (sizes S to 4Jfl, lor only 98 Cents. When j'ou see these Oxfords you will probably joiu our competitors in saying that Rich is very foolish to sell them at such low prices, but he saj's he knows what he is about, and that he will keep on selling them at said prices until the last pair is gone. THE VARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, branch store. "919," as we have no FINANCIAL. THE MOST ABLE FINANCIERS of this age aree that the beat invest ments are First Trust 'otes on Heal I state. Keal tstate cannot run away, and is constantly eiihaucinp in value. First Trust otes of this company for sale, which net purchaser f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 August 1894

V') "' .- T- H-ffig&"r??zi&r " JV ,.- "-Js-- -' THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 13. 1894. You Gan't Tell Bowaasllyjonean be raited and fitted irltk -ready-to-wear clothes until tou vtry enn. We pride ourselves especially upon the STYLE and FIT ( ALL ot OUB CLOTHES. From the cheapest odd coat to the fluent dress rait there Is a fashion able, dressy appearance not always ob tained In the best custom-made garment and equaled by no other ready-to-wear enes yet made. Eee those Outing Baits at 97.S0 and (8.09. They are well-worth anybody' $13.00 or $15.00, and irould be so marked in any other store in town. Other salts from (10.00 up, in a big va rlsty ot neat styles and patterns and ALL good yalues at the prices asked. Bine Serge Coats that will fit, keep their color and shape, and wear well, AT (S.00. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. a a Coolett Store In the City. An Erect and Graceful Carriage 1b theprerinlaitecf aaim- presslre bearing, yet who can frolic free...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 August 1894

,???vg&?imtvz- vi,. a. THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOIi.l. NO. 149. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MOBNISTCr. AUGUST 14, 1894. ONE CENT. HOUSE UTS CROW Nauseous Senate Tariff Bill Forced ewn Its Throat. AN ABSOLUTE SURRENDER Action Decided Upon nt the Caucus of Conferees and Democrats. WILSON'S PROTEST UNHEEDED femstlonal Scenes Attended th Fiutge of the Senate Xeunre Eeed Excoriated the Conferees and the Democrats Wilson Ex plained Hie .Position Coekran'i Fierce Speech Provoked Crisp, Who Yado a Heated Beply "Popgun" Bills Were Passed, Placing Coal, Iron Ore, Barbed Wire, and Sugar Upon the Free list Bepsblican Senators' Programme. After a struggle of several months the House receded from Its disagreement to the Senate amendments of the tariff bill and passed the measure In the exact form in which it came from the Senate. It was a complete victory for the Senate. Tbo House made an absolute surrender. The result grew directly out of the sensational course of events at the Senate end of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 August 1894

zr.zi:., m.t - j; .-twi... g..-.JM- 4i wPMig--Hgi3mre'BCBW!ar tswi?wK'"!y5iwff?wi-i;jra"';.T cjsjfT" t"HE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1894. v- ipr'lt?! '3E? W?- - --' Jjr ?t, V 'A. t-H-- & ThB Washington Times CEtcht Dit IX TUX YxuQ OWKED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, COMTEK ELSTXKTn AVD E STREETS NORTHWEST: EC8IMS3 Omcr, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 237-1 rrice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Thtee Cents. By tho month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., AUGUST 14, 1891. Subscribers are earnestly Requested to sake complaints at The Times office of all neglect to delivar 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-day. Jalr; northeast winds becoming southerly. SURRENDERED, HORSE, FOOT, AND DRA GOONS. The House yesterday surrendered to the sugar ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 August 1894

if V" ?,-'-v-j;, THE WASBXltfGrTOlS" TJ3LES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. 1894. 8 DID IT EVER OCCUR t0 You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In the Shoo bnsines In this city, and that he Is elling Ladles' Si Russia Call Oxfords (sizes I to J4), lor only 69 Cents. And Ldie' S2.50 ratent Tin, nand.tnm. Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes 5 to 4J3, for only 98 Cents. When you see tliese Oxfords yoti will probably join our competitors in saying that Rich is ..very foolish to sell them it such low prices, but jg.says he knows what he is aijout, 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, Hemember number, M!)19tw as wo bare no branch etoro. FINANCIAL. THE MOST ABLE FINANCIERS of this ago agree that the bebt Invest ments aro First Trust Isotes on Iteal J state. Ilea) Lstate cannot run away, and is constantly enhancing in value. First Irust otes of this company for eale, which net purchaser full 6 per cent, interest....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 August 1894

"inf?? SWSBtfa WTK, -i -rp&i. THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDA"T, JitJjS-'OBT X4. 1594. f t t i t t t t t You'll Man lots of time yet In which to wear IJght-weight Clothes, and you win find HERE a bigger and bettor variety ol both dross and business Suits' than you can anywhere else in town, and what is more they aro BETTEB and FINER garments, are more stylish in cut, and will FIT bet ter, all ol which can be easily proved by an Inspection and comparison with what the others offer you, and it lor any causa whatever you are not satisfied with any garment purchased here bring it back and get your money. Suits, good ones, at $10, 812, and $15, the kind that you'll be proud to wear and that don't have tho best ready-made look about them; in fact, they are custom-made in everything except that your individual measure wasn't takon lor them, but they'll FIT you perfectly. Robinson, Ghery & Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. ss ; Coolest Store in the City. An Erect and Graceful Carriage Is th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 August 1894

-fnmi$mf SS53I 7V-:TE7&W5S'' -Sf THE WASHIGTO TIMES TOIi.l. NO. 150. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOENING, AUGUST 15, 1894. ONE CENT. LAW THP RESORT t Stockholders of the Endowment Asso ciation Agree Upon Action. UGLY CHARGES OPENLY MADE The Transfer to the New York Com pany Called a "Trap" and "Fraud." GARDNER'S HONESTY DOUBTED frotestanls Say Their Money Has Been Fat in a Hoi o Full Investigation Demanded Committeo Cmposed of Threo Account ants, Three Civilians, and Three Lawyers Appointed to Look Into the Matter Presi dent and Secretary Accused of Wrecking Determination to Prevent the Transfer Money Subscribed for tho Work Great Enthusiasm. Manifested. The storm which, for some days has been ore win 5 in tho membership of tho Washington Beneficial Endowment Association hurst yester day and took doflnlto shape last night at Willard HalL At 7C0 p. m. about 300 of tho stock holders of the association assembled tbero and a more determinlned, more dead-In earnest number of lad his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 August 1894

rTTrpp -f THE WASHIKGTCXPr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1894." The Washington Times (ETOtT DiT EC THS Till) OVTXED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TOIESBUILDIKQ, COH.NXB ELSTE.TU AND E STRICTS NORTHWEST BnucEss Orncc, 431 Eleventh Stbkct S. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Office, 237-1 Trice. Dill? Edition - One Cent Sunday Edition -....Three Cents. By the month Thirty-nve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., AUGUST 16, 1894. Subscribers ara earnestly requested to male complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a eosrteons manner. The Times proposes to gin subscribers satisfactory service, and somplainti made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. e s. Tho Weather To-dar. Fair) warmer; southwest winds. IABHT TINKERING VS. TARIFF EEVI- 6I0N. The effect of the reoent tariff oontroversy cannot be otherwise than beneQciaL It has shown the ways of politicians and demon strated the Influence of monied interests. It has developed t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 August 1894

S S?iv j?-i JvWs-w.s. C. v''Tj:;;; r.3v?jvi. -JC -j.'' ? THE TfASHTNGrTOJ TIMS,' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1894. 8 ; ip-v j -r, ,i R-i-i"--',-'J-'rcJ;'(i. -i- GIB IT EVER QOOUR To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In tho Shoe busings In this city, and that hols soiling Ladles' 82 Russia Calf Oxfords (sties I to ii). for only 69 Cents. And Ladles' 82.S0 Tatent Tip, Hand.tarn, Blight Dongola Oxfords (siiesS to4J), 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. V. RICH. 9!9 F STREET. Remember number, "SUV as wo bare no branch store. FINANCIAL. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL. - 51,000,000 Honey to loan in any amount on short notice on approved real estate and collateral, end at most reasonable rates. JOHN JOY EPSO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 August 1894

"-ljy-i ?3 r -u-i-Tj.v.-.ifet -.-:-- l.; -ic tst-x? -,' " -- '"Vf " ,? ki4x': vv'fr' jf -"V MtW-i ..&-- V&, r ' . a.f z'"- -5' -v-i.i . ' -ft - r$ - r v I THE TTASIIXNGrTCHJr TIMES, TO!P.NESDAY,ATJGTJST.'-15; 1894.- You'll HaTe lotsol timoyct In which to wear Light-weight Clothes, and you will find HEBE a bigger and better variety of both dress and business Suits than you can anywhere else In town, and what Is more they are BETTER and FINER garments, are more stylish in cut, and will TIT bet ter, all of which can be easily proved by an Inspection and comparison with what the others offer you, and it Tor any causo whatever you are not satisfied with any garment purchased hero bring it back and get your money. Suits, good ones, at S10, S12, and S15, the kind that you'll be proud to wear and that don't havo tho best ready-made look about them; In fact, they are custom-made in everything except that your Individual measure wasn't takon lor them, but they'll TIT you perfectly. Ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 August 1894

ztr vv-&vn& w-;- :- ' --? :.? ,4.--. -31 i-",1-- -i -- fc.TV'-y 1 A. 'J THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOKNTN'G. AUGUST 16, 1894. ONE CENT. VOL.lo 25TO. 151. "J -"IW "" "'vjV'V-i.,s''?-s:sj::","r";" DIRECTORS NOT CONSULTED Ijnorcd In the Transfer of the Endow ment Association. GOT FAR VALUE FOR THE STOCK They Had Faith in What Was Toll Them by Gardner Promise to Co-operate With the Committee of Nine Whole Matter in the Hands of the Lawyers. There was no abatement yesterday of the Intense interest exhibited on Tuesday night at Willard Hall by the large element ot the stockholders of the Beneficial Endowment Association, who, at that meeting, riled their public and indignant protest against their transfer into a New York corporation. On the contrary the interest is Increasing as the case is developed. The committee ot investigation has found Borne Important allies who will, no doubt, facilitate their investigation and probably bring the case to a head sooner t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 August 1894

"? t1--S3irSW-$gfKST:rlt.-i fr--. -ii----. '--JS'i'-sl ?"fr PSnj ,ft ;x .- V"' ' -t VH-' -3 ..-'-J' IJff f 1 -rjJU YV -AS11UN trTUJN TITLES, THU KSH-A-X, JLUtrUST 1(5, 1S94. The Washington Times tETIKTDAT Dt THE TEinl OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORSET. EUTJ3.7H AND E STREETS NORTHWEST! Brfisrjs Onncs, ttl Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-i Business Office, S37-S. rrlc, Dallj Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By the month .Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, ACGDST 1G, 1891. Stibseribers are earnestly requeued to Bake complaint! at' The Timei office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Timet proposes to give mbicriben aatisfactory service, and complaint made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. SECRETARY CARLISLE'S LETTER. According to Secretary Carlisle, to place sugar on the free list would create a deficit of about 830,000,000, and it seems s trange that such an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 August 1894

?lfnPI -? -.-:: S" " 'T VSEKWPsa THE TVASHEGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. 1894. 3 BIO IT EVER OCCUR To You that There Is But One CEO. W. RICH In the Shoo business In this city, unit that ho is telling Ladies' il Russia Calf Oxfords (sizes I to !iQ, for only 69 Cents. And LndleV S3.50 Tatcst Tip, nand-turn. Bright Dongola Oxfords (sizes S to 4), for only 98 Cents. When you see these Oxfords 3'ou will probably join our competitors in saying that Rich is very foolish to sell them at such low prices, but lie sa3'S 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 branch store. FINANCIAL. Firemen's Insurance Company. Cor. 7th St. and La. Ave. N. W. SECURE! SAFE! PROMPT! Why Don't You Insure Your Property? CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $300,000 A. A. Wilson, President; E G. Davis. Vice Preident; Directors A. A. V llson, 11 G. Davis, Y illiam J ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 August 1894

ft9 s -pjm; eSTWfT f:-v V THE "WASBIN'GrTON TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1894. 7qw We Are EtUl iflllDK Outing Suits, and area It It Is lata in the season you can still And a jood aeiortment HERE and besnreol getting a perfect nt in any stylo yon Mloot. TThlte and fancy flannels and ierges, Tweeds, and homespuns from $7.80 and S8 up. Plenty of Blue, Black, and Gray Serges In both suits and odd coats. Suits from CIO to $25. Coats from $5 to flO. All good ones. AH fast color, and all perfect fitting. Other tbla suits. Coats and vests and odd oats In all proper fabrics and at proper prices. Robinson, Ghem Go., Twelfth and F Streets. M? Electricity Isn't Near as Good a light as that produced by the SIEMEXS-LTOQItEN GAS LAMP, and the cost of light ing a show window, restaur ant, store, Ac., Is hut halt the cost of electricity. OlTei a beautiful, brilliant, steady, perfect light Tor rent or sale. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. t t f t Let us supply you with Kenne" bee Ice. It is th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 August 1894

"u.7Z5ba. ; -' U THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. NO. 152. WASHINGTON, D. C, ITUDAY MOENING, rAUGUST 17, 1894. ONE CENT. tt -W WrWKl :;'?-S!e& WASHBURN IS IN TROUBLE Charges to Be Preferred To-day or To-morrow by Sergt. Daley. SUFPORTED BY TWO AFFIDAVITS Last Phase of the Police Scandal Hiinse of the "Witness Tea rand is the Accusa tion to be Hade Certificate! Given to Hen Who Swear They Did Hot Testify. Warrant Clerk George II. Washburn, ol the police court, will be, it is understood, the subject of charges to be preferred to-day or to-morrow by Sergt, Daley, of the Fourth precinct. This latest phase of the police scandal is the indirect outcome 3f the charges brought a low days ago by Washburn against Sergt. Daloy anil Policemen Brace and Elingcr, which are now under consideration by tho trial board. It i3 alleged that Washburn's influence or rather "pull" with the trial board was sufficient to prevent Sergt. Daley acting, by request, as counsel for Bruco and KHnger, although it is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 August 1894

Sr'. - iSEC jfB-SiS" ' p?ii!Wirflt'n? '" KT"?v7??s&-:i'i'.:t?!'sT5??! '."' - - . - . . . -, . 9 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1894. The Washington Times CEtzrt Dat nt hue Trial OWKED AXD ISbUED BT The Washington Times Company TI1IE3 BUILDEtO. COJCSXR ELIVXJCTn AND E STREETS XORTITWEST. Sc&ih-xss Orncr, 3l Elevexth BtbeeiX W. Telephone Editorial Kooms, S37-3. Business OSes, 837-2. Wee, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -....Three Cents. By th month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 17, 1891. Julicrllun are earnestly requested to sake complaint! at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a eonfteoni manner. The Timei proposes to fire anhjcnben satisfactory aervice, and complaints made to headgoarterg will receive prompt attention. - A FLAN OF CAMFAION. The campaign -will soon open and the newspapers and stamp speakers will begin their crusade for votes. Domocrats will point out the gain to the publia by the enactment of the Go...

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