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

THE WASHESTGTO TIMES, THTJBSDAT, AUGrTXST 30. 1S94. 3 J ere's Prices iUTUMN AND FALL SHOES THATS BRINGING US TRADE. JT TO Quality Ladies Shoes 135 !. ) Qnartty Lb4I' Mioee S $' OOQuRlttyIHWiioa. &.00 J i(0 Quality Ladies' Shoes. MO Ji.oO Quality Ladled Shoes. 4iS StW 1, IH-i 2, and 2J of Ladles' S2 Russia Calf Oxfords Only 69 Cents Per Pair; KE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, itemember number, as we bare no branch etore PWANCIAL. Attend to It for You. This company acts as your financial agent, finding tfe cud profitable Invest ments iu fint mortgages or other eeeurl- tia villAtf?tfnr rMitA. inlArpRt. dtvtdnnds. aud Incomes generally nnd acting as general oonadentittl agent and financial advtwer. American Security and Trust Co., 1405 G St. N. W. C. I. BELL, President. "ZZ. Two Good Ideas Fint. put aside & certain portion of your earnings oach month. Then deport these amounts at 4 per cent interest with The Union Savings Bank, 1222 FSt N.W. i -pen until 5 p m. o...

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

THE WASHIKG-TOlSr TIMES, THTJKSDAT, ATJG-TJST 30, 1894. Getting Ready To send the Boys and young men away to school? Then they'll need new clothes. Bring them HERE and we'll supply the whole outfit. Fall suits and overcoats. The latest style Derby and soft Hats, Winter Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Neck wear, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, in f a c t everything necessary for the proper outfitting of males of all ages. Every thing of the very best makes and at lower prices than the same qualities can be bought for anywhere. There are just twenty-five dozen of regular 50c and 75c ties which 3Tou can have at 25c each. See the window display of them. Robinson, Ghent Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. Twelfth and F Streets. ! Be Sure You Get ! KENNEBEC CE iT'RthATtPSTnnil VrSTT.4ST- - 1 IN Cx sold. You are sure to get genuine Kennebec" if 5 ou order from us that a the only 6 kind wo cell. Constant supply, A proper delivery, and lowest prices guaranteed. i tlTGho orders to drivers of ...

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

THE WA SHINGTON . M . , , JLT Ji I A pZj TOIi.l, OSTO. 166. WASHTN"aTOs D. C, FRIDAY MOBNHJT&, AUG-UST 31, 1S94. OiJSE CJBIsT. !LL FOR PRIZE Crack Divisions of the Knights of Pythias in Competition SUPREME LODGE ELECTION Walter B. Ritchie Chosen to Succeed Supreme Chancellor Blacluvell. EVOLUTIONS OP THE CAVALRY Concert, Promenade, and Dance Given to the Bnights at Convention Hall Pythians Kot Allowed to Parade Through the Capi tol Grounds Pythian Sisterhood Election Quiet Times in Camp George Washington Mrs. Carlisle Visited the Kentnckians Sick Men in the Hospital Magnificent Pnneral of the Eemains o? Past Supreme Chancellor Shaw at Ban Claire. There was but ono unpleasant feature In ths second day's competitive drills. Instead of be ginning at 8 o'clock, tho first company did not appear on tho field until forty minutes post tho hour Tbe dlay was caused by a misi id or standing of the order for a carriage for Liout Kennan, one of the Judges. l.ieuls. " oodward and French were ...

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

2 THE WASHIKGrTOH T1M2S, JTBIDAT, AUGUST 81, 1894. The Washington Times CCVEET DAT IN THE TZ1X OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, corker Eleventh and E Streets Northwest. Business Office, 431 eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-1 Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ...Three Cents. By tho month... Tbirty-flve Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. 0., AUGUST 31, 1891. Subscribers ara earnestly requested , to xnaka complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to fjiva subscribers satisfactory service, and ell complainta will receive prompt attention. "IHE TIMES" "WILL KOVE. In the course of n few days the office of The Ttsies -will ba moved from its present temporary location at 431 Eleventh street to the building at the southwest corner of Penn sylvania avenue and Tenth street. The en tire five-story building has been leased by The Tikes, and -will...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAX, AUGUST 81. 1831. ere's Prices ON AuTUMH AND FALL SHOES THAT'S BRINGING "OS TRADE. i' 'naltir Ladles' Shoos 82.25 rOlry Ladies' Shoe 2.65 . My Ladies' ! 8.O0 .ttiarLHeSbe6. -) i- ', i.-mtr Ladies' Shoea, ... 4.85 Staes 1, 1J& 2. and H of Lnd es' S2 Russia Calf Oxfords Only 69 Cents Per Pair: THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 9!9 F STREET. Remember BHiaber, as wo nave no branch ec-e. wn Your Own Home East Washington Heights, healthiest suburb of Wash ington. Sewerage, Water, and Gas Mains now being put in. Ample school facil ties.SItuated on the Pa.Ave. extension across the East ern Branch. Choice Lots sold on the easiest terms. Money advanced to build. Long time credit given. Apply on grounds to OVER LOOK INN. l FINANCIAL. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL, - SLOOO.OOO Money to loan ia any amount on short not. o on approved real estate and collateral, and at most reasonable rats. JOHN JOY EDSON, President. Attend to It for You. T...

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

THE WASHES-G-TOST TIMES, EBIDAT, ATJGrTJST 31, 1894. THE Three first things 'needed for fall now are a light weight OVERCOAT, anew HAT, and heavier under wear. You'll find them all HERE, and EVERYTHING- else you may need in CLOTHES, FURNISH INGS, and HATS for Men and Boys. More of them and better ones than you'll see in any other two stores in town. Yes, and at lower prices, too. See them, com pare them with what you'll find elsewhere, and 3'ou'll agree with us. RoMnson, Cheryl Go,, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. Twelfth and F Streets. For $2 I f We repair your 9 V Watch and insure it For One Year. GEO. W. SPIER, 310 9th St. Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Optician. ITS tbe BEST and MOST LAST- 1 ING sold. You are sure to get W cenuine "Kennebec'' if you jf order Irom us that's the only kind we sell. Constant tupply, proper delivery, and lowest 0 prices guaranteed. dGivo orders to drivers of fr YELLOW WAGONS, lettered . ''Independent." Write or tele- W pbone. Independent Ice Co., 1 Office, 910...

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

TIMES VOL.l. TO. 167. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 1, 1894. ONE CENT. THE WA SHINGTOIS LAST DAY IN THE FIELD Knights of the Lily Finish Their Drill for Prizes. FLNB WORK WITH THE SWORD. Seven Divisions "Were Competitors Every thing "Went Without a Hitch Announce ments and Awards to Bo Made To-Day Supreme Lodge Action on the BitunL An ideal day was given the Pythians yes terday when the competitive drills were con cluded. The delightful -weather was fully ap preciated by tho competing divisions, adding vim and f orce to their work. Soveral hundred epectators were -very liberal in their mood cf applause as difficult maneuvers wero us ee mplished. In conversations among the Sir Knights seated in the grand stand the expression re ceive 1 was that the Hastings, Mich., Division "nlu-h drilled Tuesday had a "cinch" on the prize, but there were many who, as they said, "would take a lew dollars' worth of that," an J who looked forward to the drill of the rrkrsburg, W. Vu., ...

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

2 THE WASHISTGrTOj TIM.ES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1SQ4. The Washington Times tEVXKT DAT IK THE YEAHl OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tlic Washington Times Company TBIES BUILDING, MRKEK ELEVENTH AND E SrKECTS NORTHWEST. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Tclnphono Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business OCIce. S37-2. rrice.D&tly Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Throo Cents. By the month Thlrty-nvo Cents. 1TAEHINGTON, D. O., SEPTEMBER 1, 1891. Subscribers are earnestly requested to rmce complaints at The Times office of all teglect to deliver papers promptly and in a joarteons manner. The Times proposes to five snbscribsrs satisfactory service, and ill complaints will receive prompt attention. "THE TTMEB" WELL MOVE. In the course of a few days tho office of The Times will lie moved from its present temporary location at 481 Eleventh street to be building at the southwest corner of Penn sylvania avenue and Tenth etroet. The on ire flve-story building has been leased by The Times, and will be eq...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1894. ere's Prices AUTUMN AND FALL SHOES THAT'S BRINGING US TRADE $3 00 Quality Ladies' Shoee 82.35 $3 'iO Quality Ladies' Shoes 2-iB 4 00 Bllty Ladies' Shoes. S.P0 00 Quality Ladles Sboee. 8J30 $b 00 Quality Ladies' Shoes. 4-66 SiBesl,lJ2,and4ot Ladies' S2 Russia Calf Oxfords Only 69 Cents Per Pair. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember attwtoer. a we have m ucneh Btoro. aAasvss I Own Your I Own Home. East Washington Heights. healthiest suburb of Wash ) inton. Seweraie, Water, ? and Gas Mains now Ue!n put In. Ample school facIH- ties. Situated on the Pa.Ave. I extension across the Esi- ern Branch. Choice Lots , sold on the easiest terms. v Money advanced to be! Id. Lont Mrae credit fivea. Apply on trounds to OVER- look mn. ftftftftftgftgftafl& FLXAXCIAL. Attend to It for You. Vltta iinnnilW m4t U WW uml ftiwnff mt and lanflili iBT I mW te flnu niortrapea or Jht oenrt tiee; ttAUtrtiBM reutm. itttortM, dlM . and i...

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

JDHE WASHTNGrTCXN" TIMES, SATTJBDAT, SEPTEMBER 1, 1894. A New Hat To-day by all means If yon want to bo up -with the procession. One of OURS if yon -want the very latest style and .are to save a dollar or a dollar and a hall from, what you would have to pay elsewhere lor the same quality. A good Derby, one that we'll GUAR ANTEE in EVERY PARTICULAR, at $2. Tlou'II see them marked S3 every where else in town. Better ones at ?3 nd $4 that are $1 and $5 elsewhere. Boy's Derbys, that you can depend upon, from $1 up. Fall Eults and Overcoats, too, aro ready. A bigger and better line than ver before, 5-10 to $35 for both Suits and Overcoate, and the best values for the prices you oversaw. Robinson, GhBruifc Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. WhU Pau Cash For Jswelru When you can buy anything you want from us in the jewelry line no matter what it is without it? Just a little money down and a little along as is convenient is all we requiro for any thing you may want. Pri...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOI.l. 3STO. 16S. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 2, 1894. THREE CENTS. GAMP WASHINGTON STRUCK Uniform Rank Biennial Encampment Is Only. a Memory. AWARD OP THE DRILL FRIZES Hastings Division, No. 19, Eeceivea First Place and Sl,500 Parkersburg Division, No. 3, Followed -with 81,200 Other Suc cessful Ones Short of Money. The grand biennial encampment o! 1894 of the rniform Rnnk of Knights of Pythias is now a thing of the past. "Camp George Washington" has been struck. The beautiful serried rows of white canvas tents, which have been admired so much by countless visitors, the flying flags, marching men, and blowing bauds yesterday gave way to scenes of bustling confusion, citlzens,dray xnen, porters, camp followers, and Knights in a seemingly inextricable tangle. Hank was for gotten, officers and men sharing alike in the cares and duties incident to breaking camp. Ail is now desolate and the only reminder whih remains is the refuse matter strewn about...

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

2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1894. ITTSBDMIN GALA ATTIRE Smohr City Getting Ready for the G. A. R. Encampment tflLl WELCOME THE VERERANS Jltixens'lCommittee Has Practically Baised the Guarantee Fund and the Amount Will Probably Bo Exceeded An Interesting Programme All Kinds of Entertainment. Pitthbcbo, Sept 1. Pittsburg is rapldlj letting: into cala attire to welcome the visit ire to the G. A. B. National Encampment, the first of -whom arrived to-day. He was Comrade W. H- Pfelfer, of Orange, Cal. He lays that owing to the hard times but few men will come from tbo Paclfio slope. In the meantime, the sounds of hammers and saws are heard all over tbo city, while ounting and flags of every hue, with Old Glory" largely predominating, aro fluttering on every side. The arches through which the parade will pass aro rapidly Hearing comple tion, and mammoth Btands are being erected st every vantage point along the route. The committee in charge of the arrangements aro jompleti...

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

THE WASHLNOTOTtf TITLES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBERS. 1894. 8 CYCLE CLOTHES Of Every Description, (Open all day Monday.) That grandest of all out-of-door sport bcling is best enjoyed with proper "toggery.'' We make a specialty of bicycle outfits and what we haven't got we will get for 3'ou at short notice. s we certainly IjfQjf We are "out for the trade" with a vengance this season. Parker, Bridget k Co,, 315 7fch st. n. w. THE LOVELL DIAMOND BICYCLE. odern echanical asterpiece. Costliest onstruction First prize California Price Tires and Rims to suit. See those forgings. We also handle the well-known RALEIGH and SIN GER. Our Repair Department Enjoys an enviable reputation for excellent work and moderate prices. We are proud of this reputation and guard it jealusly. F. S. CAHILL 1800 Pa. Ave. N. SjjgiBjStLpUB MANUFACTURERS OF . DART FOR LADIES AND GENTS. 42-50 West 67th St. N. Y. Call and see the lightest ladies' wheel in the world. 921 H St. N. W., Washington, D. C. Repairing, Renting, and ...

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

THE WASHES GTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 189t. The Washington Times fEVERT DAT IN TOT Trisi OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. COSXTB ELEVENTH AM E STKrETS NORTHWEST. Bpilvtm Office, 1 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. Price, Diily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. JSy the month ThIrtr-nvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 2, 189L fiabieriben 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 all complaints will receive prompt attention. "THE TIMEB" WILL MOVE. In the course of a few days the office of Tee Times -will be moved from Its present temporary location nt 431 Eleventh street to the building at the southwest corner of Penn sylvania avenue and Tenth street. The en tire flve-story building has been leased by The Times, and will be equipped with...

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

THE -WASHING-TON TIMES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1894. CHURCHES OF WASHINGTON St Aloysius' Ranfcs Among the Highest in Power and Influence. ITS VERY INTERESTING HISTORY Lutheran Church of the Reformation Was Pounded by Bov. "W. E. Parson Music Is an Especial reatnre of the Service Con gregation Is large and Prosperous, It is tho purpose ot The Times In begin ning to-day a series of sketches of the churches of Washington, which Trill be con tinued on successive Sundays, to give as vivid a picture as a limited space will permit of our religiousbodies as exhibited in their active life of to-day. In other words, it will be the aim to show just what work eaoh is doing and tell how andbywbomltisbolngdone. While primarily a church is a religious institution, devoted to divine worship, it is none the less an active organization of human beings, whose mem bers are seeking by different agencies to pro mote the general welfare of the whole and to avail themselves of every channel to 6ecure closer ...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEJIREli 2, 1894. MS SflHfiS OH THE STAGE Paul Potter's "Victory" Cross Pro duced at the Lyceum. REOPENING OP DALY'S THEATER .Baltimore Has tho Honor of Furnishing a Hew Juliet in the Person of Miss Nora O'Brien John Sullivan Elovates the Stage in aTfew Play Callod "A Truo American." The theatrical curtain was raisod with somo .eclat on last Monday evening in Borne ol the jffincipal cities. ' TJotihat Washington shared in tho feast ol XODdthings -which wero presented in Xew JTorfc and other important cities throughout The country, for we, despite tho fact that It Tens n "very important weok in view of the present Tythlan encampment, had only Bobert Downing In the revival of an old repertoire, a minstrel troupe, and a oompany -la melodrama. Of the sis, including two of tho most im portant theaters which were opened In New ;Tork, .the only -decidedly Important produo tion was "The Victory Oross"wat thnt charm ing little house, the Lyceum. Great expecta...

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

THE WASHXEQrTOJS TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1894. ATirUBEHENTS. "WAR AND A GRAND HISTORICAL AND MUSICAL SPECTACLE, TO BE PRODUCED BY inrtes' Famous Band. OF HEW YORK, ASSISTED BY Washington "Festival Chorus of 600 voices, under direction of Prof N. Du Shane Cloward, GA.E, Pots,Conf ederate Camps, District Mlllt la, Fife and Drum Corps, Blcyolo Couriers, eta , TO BE GIVEN AT NATIONAL BASEBALL PARK, SEVENTH STREET AND BOUNDARY, Labor Day, September 3, at 2:30 and 8 P. M. Tickets, 50c; Children, 25c Extra To-Night, September 2. GRAND SACRED CONCERT, Sunday Evening, at Albaugh's. INNES' FULL BAND, Assisted by Miss MARTHA G. MINER (of New York), Soprano; Miss LOUISE ENGEL (of Patti Co.), Alto; Mr. C. C. FERGUSON (of New York), Tenor; Mr. BOARNAN RALSTON (of England), Basso. Ticket Office pen from 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. aickete,25c, 60c, 75c, il. Reserved seats at Albaugh's ticket office. National Lyceum Course. High Grade Attractions at Popular Prices. Ten Concerts and Lectures. Wi...

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

& THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJISTDAT, SEPTEMBER 2, 1894. IAS UNEQUAL TO THE TASK SHRINERS ON THE DIAMOND I LEND US When Toa get ready for jour tell clothes you'll find US prepared to furnish tbeni. "While you have been away hav ing a good time "we have been plan sing, designing, and making, and the result is the RICHEST, HANDSOMEST, and FINEST assortment of CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, and HATS for MEN and BOYS ever seen under one roof, and what makes it still more attractive the prices ara even LOWER than you would have to pay elsewhere for greatly inferior garments. Stop in frheneer it is oonvenlent and ego the good things we have prepared for you. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. Why Pau Gash For Jewelry "When you can buy anything you want from us In the jewelry line no matter what It is without It? Just a little money down and a little along as is convenient is all we require for any thing you may want. Prices just as cheap as for "spot cash," a...

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

TON TIMES VOIul. 3sTO. 169. WASEDGSTGrTGlN', D. C, MONDAY MOKNXNTG-, SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. OjSTE CENT. HPTTTT W Ann I It ROASTED ALSV Hundreds of People in Minnesota Perish by Forest Fires, FIERCE CYCLONE OF FLAMES Several Towns Laid in Ashes and Their Inhabitants Burnt to Death. AN APPALLING CATASTROPHE Whole Families Toll Victims to the Destroy ing Element For Miles the Eoads Were Lined with Corpses Some Plunged Into the Eiver, Preferring Death by Drowning to Death hy Fire Ilea Driven Insane by Grief or Fright, and Women Giving Pre mature Birth Instances of Noble Hero ism Were Not Lacking A Barely Equaled Story of Horror and Misery. Br. Paul, Minn., Sopt 2. The town of Hinckley. Minn., about half way between this city an&Duluth, has been wiped out by forest fires, and the list of dead mry reach 1,000. It will certainly exceed 200, and the reports now being received would indicate that a larger figure may not be too great. On the train to-day from there were one or two peo ple who...

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

THE AVASHLNGrTOJS TIMES, JMOJS DA1C, SJSi'TEirBElt 3. 1S94. The WasMngton Times CETZET DAT IK THE TllK) OWKED AXD ISSUED BY The Wasfaincjtoa Times Companj TIMES BUILDING, conxz EXsviNni axd "E Bteiets Northwest. Dceixzss Orncjs, 451 Eleventh Street 21 W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Ofilce, S37-2. rrIce,BMly Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throe Cents. By the month Thlrty-flva Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C SEPTEMBEE3, 1894. Start Fall Trade By advertising in Tie Times. The Times is taken in families and is a favorite with ladies, who are the great advertisement readers. Reach the homes of the District through The Times, the family and local paper of Washington. '&&&&&$&&&&&$tt IHE TIMES" WILL HOVE. In tho course of a few days tho ofllco of TnE Times will bo moved from its present temporary location at 431 Eleventh street to tho building at the southwest corner of Penn sylvania avenuo and Tenth street. The en tire five-story building bo...

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