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

THE "WASHINGTON TIDIES, SUNDAY, ATJGTJST 26. 189-4. 8 WON A FINE UPHILL GAME Senators Found Stratton in Time to Tound Out Victory. HITS WERE CLEAN AND HARD Stocfcsiale Taken Siok in the Second Inning andMereor Finishes the Game Abbey's Fielding "Was a Feature, and Selbach's Home-Ens Drive Brought in Two Bans. Itcmlts of Yesterday's Games. ew Yowc 16; LBCieviixE, 6 (first game) Is eh YOk 5; LocttviiaJ!, 1 (second game). Baltwouk, i; 9r Lotne.S BastmS, Cu'eulnu,x. ffASHwciw., Chicago, 4 SMMCirx, S; Cincinnati, a PBIUBKUtllA, IS; PmkUU, 6. The Championship .Record. I. IVf n u ret Boston. . S -WW Pittsburg .. 61 61 .MO Baltimore.- .MO Chicago.... 47 & .456 ,x Vorfc.. 66 to 835 CiuciuuaU. 41 57 .4M Phil oiita- S8 48 571 St. Lot. .. K .401 C.wloud.M 44! .540 wabii'lon... St OH .31 liicx.Uyn... SS 4b .SSiUmtevUle.. S 71 .811 TWO OL1 OF THREE. Senators Made an Lphill right and liatted Out a Victory. It took the Senators five innings to solve the deliverv of Stratton. who teas in tb I oi...

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

THE WASHTSTGrTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1894. The Washington Times CEVXRT DAT IN THE TEAK). OWNED iXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORxrx ExxTrKTH and E Streets 2ierawi3St BcsiNESS OrncE, 431 Eleventh SteeetX. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. Price, Dally EdiUon .. One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 26, 1804. Babtcribers are earnestly requested to zaike 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 all complaints will receive prompt attention. WELCOME TO THE KNIGHTS. The great conclave has at last past the stage of preparation and Is in actual evidence. Many of our citizens do not understand the peculiar grips and signs and tokens that are used In the greetings of the Knights to one another, but the visitors can rest assured that they -will all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 August 1894

THE WASHrffG-TOlT TIMES, SUKDAT, AT7GT7ST 26, 1894. TOLD IN CHURCH WINDOWS Rare Pictured Stories Found in Old Historic St John's, REMINISCENT OF GREAT EVENTS Bt. Mary's Chapel for Cored People Christ Church, Unique Among the Many, with Its "Wealth of Enpnrb Memorials Scenes from the Life of the Saviour. From the Church of the Covenant to St. John s picturesque old church on Sixteenth Btreet is an easy transition. Everybody knows the localit close by Lafayette Park, the church nearest of all to the White House. It is one of the most interesting of them ell, f r so many of its long list of members and attendants for the past sixty years have been identified with various branches of the Eov eminent from the highest to the lowest, that the 'memorials" have a historical sig nificance. The front of the church 18 of classio form, wltL a vrlde porch supported by Doric col umns and with a spjre nbov e. It has some twentj-fite memorial windows, beside other artistif decorations within, as for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 August 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJN DAT. AUGUST 26, 1894. PLATERS WHO MAKE MONEY The Good Old Days of Big Box Re ceipts Are Passing. DEFENDS ON THE ADVANCE MAX Some Notables Who Have Handled the Press End of the Business with Marked Success Adonis Dixey Ib Sack in the Daly Banks on a Small Salary. Little Interest and less attention Is shown by the theatre-going public to the financial eido of plays. Tet oould tho play-goer realize the vital Importance of money-making to every manager, actor and actress, howeer wedded to their art, he would civo it more serious thought, and perhaps be more careful in regulating His attendance. In the theatre of to-day scenic and me chanical effects of u character never before eeen are not only required but are essential to the succoss of every play, be it by tho great Sardou or tne more fickle Charlio Hoyt. It is less than a score of jears since Edwin Booth used to play in various theatres throughout the country, in fact In nearly all of them except thoso of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 August 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUN DAY, AUGUST 26. 1894. BUILT BY YOUNG PEOPLE Origin and Organization of Xinth Strut Christian Church. Sl'RAXG PROM SMALL BEGINNING Excellent Work Accomplished by the Zeal, Perseverance andlntolhgence of Christian Endeaverers Constantly Increasing Mem ship Its Papular PaBtor, Eev. E. Bagby. Elder F. D. Power, pastor of the Garflold Memorial Ctourcb, oa Vermont avenue north west, ooBoafved tb idea, In the fall of 18S7, of starting a mfoeion Sandaj-bchoolol the Christian denomination in Northeast AVash ington. Tnte was ultimately carried Into effect by tbe loans People's Society ot that denomination, with the assistance and heart co-operation of the church membership. fceveral leaders of the church, with others interested, met at Odd Fellows' Hall, on Eighth street southeast, on the 1st daj of Jauuarj , 1886, for the purpose of effecting the orgauiKation of the school, and to take steps to increase the interest and enlarge the U6c fulness of tiw elmrou, -with t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 August 1894

8 THE -WASHmGTCXN" TIMES, SUN DAY, AUGUST 20, 1894. THE First day of our HAT department was a great success. The people are with us in our efforts to provide them -with good, reliable merchandise at lair and equitable prices. If you are in need of a light suit, a coat and vest, odd coat or a pair of trousers to tide you over until it is time lor the heavy weights you'll see HERE the only good assortment in town. All fabrics, all colors, all styles, and all perlect-fltting, well-made fash ionable garments. Fall overcoats, too, are ready, more of them and bettor ones than wo evor iiad before or any one else can show now. Proper prices, too. Seo them. Robinson, Ghent & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings. Twelfth and F Streets. THE ORIGINAL WASHINGTON CITY SOUVENIR REPRESENTIN G THE Washington Monu ment and the United States Capitol. THE MOUNT VERNON SOUVENIR SPOON. (Approved toy the Lady Regents ) Largest Stock of Sterling Silver Sou venirs in Washing ton. Knights oF Pythias Souvenirs...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOIi.l. !NX). 162. WASHINGTON B. C, MONDAY jMOBNING-, AUG-TTST 27, 1894. ONE GENT. OF PYTHIAN By Thousands the Knights Have Gome to the Nation's Capital. WITH MUSIC AND BANNERS From Early Morning Till Night They Filled the Ayenue. EXCITING SCENES IN THE CAMP Some of the Divisions Already Engaged in Practicing for the Competitive Drills Gen. Caraahan Besieged with Bequests for Assignments of Quarters Sad Plight of a Knight Who "Lost His Boarding House" Tumultuous Times at the Bail way Depots Impatient Crowds Waiting for Belated Trains Chaplain Sanderson at Eastern Presbyterian Church. Like soldferj- in active war timo, the Pythian hosts, in tboir brilliant uniforms and flowing rr.ulLi-colord ptaraos, continued to arrive all day yesterday and lato into the night The cty took oa its most martial air early in the c aiming, and the resonant bray of bonds and the shriller notes of file and drum resounded through the streets and avenues almost con tinually. Not since i...

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

TILE WA.5I3LUN(TO.N TIM.TCS, MONDA5T, AUGRJST 27, 1$94. The Washinflton Times IETZKT DAT IN THE YKAX) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The VTasrrington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, CORKER EUTEXTH AND E STEEET3 KOMTTirEST. Busixees OrncE, 431 Elxvehth Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooins, 337-2. BueI&css Office, 237-1 rlc. Dally Edition ..One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. St the month Thirty-flve Cents. -z n WASHINGTON, D. 0., AUGUST 27, 1894, Subscriber are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office cf all nsglect to deliver papers promptly and in a couteons manner. The Times proposes to giro subscribers tatisfactory service, and til complaints will receive prompt attention. A SEFOEMEE'B CHANGE OF HEART. A curious train of thought is started by the folloivi Jig statement credited to Frances L Willard, the temperance reformer: "It is social conditions -which make men Crunkards. and our organizations too frequently neglect to make allow ance for that fact. In xny opinion...

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

W. lypsfX " wwflfflpfyTSSPj, 'v3sr'r'ir ' u THE WASHTNGTON TIMES, MOHDAT, AUGUST 27, 1894. 8 Here's Prices ON AUTUMN AND FALL SHOES THAT'S BRINGING VS TRADE. $. OP Quality Ldi' Shoes. - $2-35 S3 V V!tl Jlty Ladi' Snoes C5 J4 .Hi yuality Ladies' shoos. 8.00 Si ,K vuaUty !!' fch. .W & uu Quality Ladies 'Shoes. 4.b5 Ladies' S2 Russia Calf Oxfords Only 69 Cents Per Pair: THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. V. RICH. 919 F STREET, P.ejnem,'W number, as we have no branch id 're. FINANCIAL. THE WASHIHGTQN LOAN AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL, - 51,000,000 Money to Iohb in nny amount on short notice on approved real estate and collateral, &nd at most nwsaaUe rates. JOHN JOY EPSON, President. AMI Kit AX SW3UJUYT AND TRUST CO. A million ad a quarter capital. A liability of two mIIUods and a halt A surplus et t;SjM8. Interest pat Bepedfc; eafcject upon deport bt without notice. American Security and Trust Co., 14-05 G St. N. W; C. J. BELL, PWlt Cor. Ah St. and La. Ave. N. W. SECURE! SAFE! PROMP...

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

TJiE WAoJtdJLJNtfTU.N' TIMES, MONDAY, AbbrUST 27, 1894. THE First day of our HAT department "was a great success. The people are with us in our efforts to provide them with good, reliable merchandise at fair and equitable prices. II you are in need ol alight suit, a coat and vest, odd coat or a pair of trousers to tide you over until it is time for the heavy weights you'll see HERE the only good assortment in town. All fabrics, all colors, all styles, and all perfect-fitting, well-made fash ionable garments. Fall overcoats, too, are ready, more of them and better ones than we ever had before or any one else can show now. Proper prices, too. See them. Robinson, Ghenji Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings. Twelfth and F Streets. Our One Dollar Sterling Silver Has a fine representation of the United States Capi tol IX THE BOWL. Tho name Washington ap pears upon the handle, at the end of -which Is a well-formed American Eagle resting upon a shield. Largest Stock oF Sterling Silver Sou venirs...

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

--anrT'SHf THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOIi.l. 3STO. 163. WASHHGTOT, T. C, TUESDAY MOBBING-, AUGUST -28; 1894. OSTE CJpSTT THE FETE 18 BEGUN First Dauof the Great Pythian Encampment a Memorable One. RECEPTION TO THE Addresses of Welcome Made by Vice President Stevenson, Hon. C G. Conn, and Mr. Ross. KNIGHTS STILL HASTENING TO THE CITY The Doath of Past Supreme Chancellor Shaw Casts a Shadow Over the Proceedings 1 1 Caused the Abandonment of Part of the Eeception Programme Gen. Carnahan Announces &o Line of March and the Divisions Porminp To-day's Grand Parade President Cleve land Will Seview the Knights Camp George Washington Thronged with Visitors from Morning Till late At Night Side Scenes Among the White Tents Picturesque Night Scenes on the Avenue. The grand complimentary reception last night tendered the Supreme Lodge of the Enichts of Pythias at Convention Hall was the principal event and will doubtless be long remembered by the immense audience pres ent in the groat auditorium. ...

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

TELE TTASHIKG-TOK TIMES, TUESDAY, ATJGrTJST 28, TS94. The Washington Times fEVXKT DAT IK THE TZAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, OOKKTR ELEVENTH AMI E STREETS NOBTHWESX BcBo.nss Office, 431 Elevekth Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Ofllco, S37-2, Price, Dolly Edition OnoCent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month .Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. a, AUGUST 23, 1891. Subscribers are earnestly requested to sake complaints at The Tunes office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and all complaints will receive prompt attention. "THE TIKES" WILL MOVE. In the course of a few dnvs the office of The Tisies Trill bo moved from its present temporary location at 431 Eleventh street to the building at the southwest corner of renn ejlvania avenue and Tenth street. Tho en tire flve-Btory building has been leased by The Timer, and will be ...

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

the w-ajsjitNOTtrar times, ttjjesdat, attg-tjst as. iso. s Prices AUTUMN AND FALL SHOES THAT'S BRINGING US TRADE. $3 00 duality lilies' Phooa 82 S5 CSaOOnulltyLadiM' Shoes 86 (4 OB Utudity Ladies' .Saoe. 8.00 1 5 06 duality IjmII ' Shorn 8.60 Sti OB Quality Ldis' Shoe. 4.65 Steesl.lK.S. aud 2$ of Ladies' S2 Russia Calf Oxfords Only 69 Cents Per Pair: THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. VV. RICH. 9!9 F STREET, Remember number, as wo nave no branch store FINANCIAL. AMERICAN SaCt'BlTY AND TRUST CO. A atttoB asd a qartor capital. A HafcMt? of two millions and a halt AMrptafiefSraiM- Interest pfita upon dejioahe. Depeatts ssbject to ceck without notice. American Security and Trust Co., 1405 G St. N. W. C. JT. BKLL, FraeMeiJt Cor. 7th St. and La. Ave. N. W. SECURE! SAFE! PROMPT! Why Don't You Insure Your Property? CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - SSO0.000 Witeon, President It G Davis, Vice Tr. Mdent; Director A. A Wilson, K. G. Davis, Mam J Witeon, Frank Hume. JawetoHedfTrn, i I.uts, IoneT ClmU, H. C M...

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

THE WASHTSTG-TOK TIMES, TUESDAY, ATTG-TJST 2SS 1894. fUSTTn order to give our employes a chance to view the Knights of JPythias Taradc we xcUl close to-day all p.m. A Fall overcoat is Invaluable these nights. II you haven't one you can get one at n moment's notice and at very small cost by coming hero lor it. Wo havo a complete line o! them. All colors, all fabrics, all sizes. Wvo a beauty in all wool, fast color, black Cheviot SILK. LIKED, and facod to edges, at 15. Others for less and more, and all good valuo for the prices askod. To introduce our hat department Tve'll sell to-day and to-morrow a black or brown derby hat at S2 that can't be duplicated in town for less than $S, the Tery latest shapes, too. Bee tham. Robinson, Gherulfc Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings. Twelfth and F Streets. I Independent J Ice Co. I 1 1 f : f : Serves the best, purest Ice In the -world KENNEBEC ICE Abeo- lutely free from any impurity. The quality of Imparting the greatest degree of cold makes it the...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.l. 30. 164. WASHINGTON D. C.s WEDNESDAY SIORINTN'G-, ATJGrTTST 29, 1894. OE CENT. THOUSANDS IN LINE Magnificent Military: Spectacle PresentBd on Pennsylvania KuenUe. MYRIHDS WITNESSED THE PROEHNT President Cleveland Reviewed the Knights of the Lily. ' WASHINGTON WAS Supreme Lodge Held a Brief Session Important Questions to Be Determined Pythian Sisterhood and Pythian Sisters Seeking Attachment as Auxiliaries Typical Scenes at Camp George Washington Pleasures of the Evening Two Officers Disagree Eight Knights Overcome by the Heat During the Parade Policeman Clubbed a Spectator Gen. Carnahan Makes the Assignment of Divisions for the Competitive Drills Inspec tion and Beviow This Afternoon Brilliant Display to Be Made To-night Daring the Business Men's Parade. The feature of tbe Pythian encampment was the grand parade of the uniform rank yesterday afternoon. Many thousand Knights were In lino ir.nrching by State brigades, and the procession was more tfean two h...

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

-sr THE TTASItJLIN UO.UJN T13i.ES, WJKDJNJUttUiLX, JLUbrUbT ay, isys. The Washington Times CETZBT DXT IK TEE TZXX) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BTJTLDINa, cokktx Zixtjuau juo Steeeis Northwest. Bcbixess Ofhce, S1 Eleveob SrBKCTN. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 537-1 Business Office. S37-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent. Snndny Edition ......Throe Cents. J3y tho month ...... Tbirty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 29, 1894. 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 proposes to fire .subscribers satisfactory service, and ftll complaints will receive prompt attention. "THE TIMES" WILL MOVE. In the course of a few dnys the offlco of TheTisies -vrill be moved from its present temporary location at 431 Eleventh street to the building -at the southwest corner of Ponn Eylraaia avenue and Tenth street. The en tire flve-Btory building has been leased b...

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

THE WASHTN G-TOIT TIMES, WEDGES DAY, AUG-TJST 29. 1894. a T-v lere s rnces ON aotuhVobd fall shoes that's miraoiSG us trade. 13 00 Quality LtftMs,Sjaoes S2.S5 J3 50 Quality T&dles'JSoes 2.05 $4 00 Quality LadWlShoes 8.00 J3 00 Quality Ladies' shoes. 8.60 $0.00 Quality Ladled Hhoes. 4.B5 Staesl. 2, djidSJS of Ladles' 52 Russia CaIf Oxfords Onlv 69 Cents Per Pair: THE WARREH SHQEMIQUSE GEO. W. RlCH, 919 F STREET, Remember number, as w have tSo branch Btore. FINANCIAL. Two Good Idetas Firt,pt aside a certain portion of vour earnings each month. I Then deitoslt these amounts v.t 4 per cont interest with The Union Savings Bank, 1222 FSt N.W. 'i i pi n until 5 p. m. on Governtnont pay dilys r .1 Saturday evenings Irom o to m. auy-iu " - - 8IL8BY A GQWW bankers and brokers, metropolitan bank building, Jifteenth street, opposite Treasury. TELEPHONE 505. HONEY "TO LOAN OX UOOD COLLATERAL BRANCH OFFICE. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Corner VthSt and Pa. Ave. Telephone, 614. mhl9-lj THE ...

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

THE TVASHHTOTOK TIMES, "WEDNESDAY, ATJG-TJST 29, 1894. IF YOU Have an' use for a THIN COAT come here for it. We have some Black and Blue Fast Color Flannel ones at $3.50 and $4, which are the very best val ues for the money ever seen in Washington; also double or single-breasted Blue Serge ones at $5. Other kinds as low as 50c and as high as SiO. All sizes and all good ones. Don't forget that you can get to-day in our hat depart ment the best $3 Derby Hat in town for only $2. The very latest shapes, too. Robinson, Bheru & Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings. Twelfth and F Streets. I Independent I ice Co. Servos the test, purest Ice In tho -world KENNEBEC ICE. Abso lutely tree from any impurity. The quality of Imparting the -1 greatest degree of cold makes it the cheapest. Same prico as in- ferior ice. Can't wo servo you? Prompt and proper delivery. rwOrder from drivers of YEL ? LOW "WAGONS lettered -INDEPENDENT." Write or telephone f f Independent Ice Co., ft Office, 910 Pa. Axe. Te...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES AVASHTSTGTCXN', D. C, THUBSDAY MOBBING-, ATJG-UST 30, 1894. OE CENT. VOIi.l. 3STO. 165. J I SEH Splendid Illuminated Parade of Oailu Dbgo rated Wagons and Floats, ffiENUE JAMMED AGen. Carnahan Reviewed on the White Lot. DRILL OF THE DIVISIONS FOR THE PRIZES 'upr erne Lodge Beceived Important BeporU, irat Transacted Little but Eoutine Business Prediction as to the Next Supreme Vice Chancellor Chaplains of the Order Besolve Upon an Important Step They Desire to Surround their Charges with Greater Beligious Influences meetings of the Sister Branches Bepresentatives of Bach Declare that There Is No Hard Boeling Between Them Escape of a Prisoner Confined in the Guard House at the Camp Fancy Drill on the Avenue To-day's Events. The illuminated parade was Riven last night, and for the time it seemed as if Pennsylvania avenue was on fire. The visiting Knighta of Xythias -wore welcomed In bursts of blaze. liberty waved hor torch, and tho stars that 61 arkled IntaeunandeH...

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

2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1894. The Washington Times IEtxbt D at m the Teib) OWNED ANT) ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDEKO, COKKEK ElXVEJiTH AND E STREETS NORTHWEST. Bceihtss Office, 431 Eleventh Street K. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, S37-2. " Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Conts. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 30, 1894. S&DEcribers are earnestly requested to mtke 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 til complaints trill receive prompt attention. THE TIMES" WILL MOVE In the course of a fow dajs the office of The Times -will be moed from its present temporary location at 481 Eleventh street to the building at the southwest corner of Penn sylvania avenuo and Tenth street. The en tire flve-story building has been leased by The Times, and will bo equ...

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