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

IM THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MOHDAT, SEPTEMBER 3. 1894. The Lady Who Shops TVill find here a largo assortment of th Latest Designs In IT Tl'MS &ud FALL SnoES. at pricea below all others. Here le a f ow of tbein, nt: Si S Tor Shoes others will charge $103. - iij (or Shoes others will charge W. 8 iw for Shoes others will charge 4.00. 3 50 Tor Ktooos others will charge 5.00. 4 S3 tor Shoe others will oharge 6.00. io aij 1. 1J. 2. nd SHs of LHdies'JS Russia Ca!i,.. ..ri.andBlK.2,2. 8. nd3J6of La-i diet) 2 50 Haad-tarn Doagola. ci-mi.iou :ene Oxfords lor 99 CENTS.- THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. : 919 F STREET, Remember number, as ire have no branch etore FINANCIAL. TRE WASHINGTON LOAN AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL, - 51,000,000 Honey to Joan In any amount on short uoti'- on approved real estate and collateral, and at most reasonable rates. JOHN JOY EDBON, President. Money To Loan. Title nAMinav Iiac raanAr to lone in sums to suit on real estate and osliaier&l security at pre...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 September 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY; SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. When Ton got ready lor your fall clothes you'll find US propared to furnish them. "While you have been away hav ing a good time we have been plan ning, designing, and making, and the result is theBICHEST, HANDSOMEST, and FINEST assortment of CLOTHES, rUBNISHINGS, and HATS for MEN and BOYS ever seen under ono roof, and what makes it still more attractive the prices are even LOWER than you would have to pay elsewhere for greatly inferior garments. Stop in vrhinever It Is convenient and see the good things Tve havo prepared for you. Robinson. GhBnj & Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. EXPERTS REPAIR YOUR WATCH "When you leaTo it with usi and . it's returned to you in perfect order, and the repairs are guar anteed. "We repair your Tatch and insure it lor one year for $2. GEO. W. SPIER, 310 9th St. i "Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Optician. a CAN YOU WALK WITH EASE? If not, give us a call, in stant and permanent re lief...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOIi.l. KO 170. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MOEIJTQ-, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. OSTE CENT. LABOR'S QILA DAY Its First Celebration at the National Capital Was a Great Success. SEVEN TH0U8HND All the Trades of the City Represented in the Im posing Parade, THOUSANDS CHEERED Great Troablt in Clearing the Streets Magnificent Appearance of the Men the Scbjeet of Universal Admiration Cheer After Cheer Greeted the Paradera Along the Avenue Mottoes Were Very Much in Evidence Eevelatiom in the Art of Decorating Floats Splendid Showing Made by the Printers' Division Huge Ledger Drawn by a Diminu tive Pony Pretty Girls from the Government Printing Ofiice "Washington Times" Chapel Lionized on Every Side Petition to Congress About the G. P. 0. Battle Trap. Another national holiday with all the gay 1 ostivities incident to its celebration has been ushered into our national life. Labor Day was vesterdsy, for the first time In the country's history, officially recognized, and the hardy t...

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

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 4. 1894. The Washington Times (EVTKT DAT IN TDK TEAR) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SoCTHW.8r C011XKR PrNNSVLTANIA AVENUE AND T'KTIt Street. Telephono Editorial Rooms, 4S5. Business Onice, 337. 1 rice. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-nv Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 4, 18S1. Start Fall Trade By advertising in The Times. Tlie Times is taken in families a?idis a favorite with ladies, who are tlic great advertisement readers. Reach the Iwmes of the District through The Times, the family and local paper of Washington. THE NEW TIMES BUILDING. The Times will be Issued to-morrow from its new building oa the southwest corner of Tenth street and Pennsylvania avenue. The change has been contemplated for some time, but recently became Imperatively necessary on account of the enormous increase of busi ness which the paper now enjoys. The new location gives Washington's favor...

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

THE W-AISHTPrGTOH' TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 18S4. The Lady Who Shops Will nnd hero a large assortment oi the Latest Designs In 'TrTMNaud FALL SHOES, at prices below all others. Hers to a few of thorn, vie.: 5 15 for Shoe others will charge 53.00. r tor Shoes others will chargo 8 CO. 3 (Vt far Sbot ottaore will charge 4,00 S "w few hhoee others will charge 6.00 4 K for Shoes others will charge G 00 M size 1. m - nd SW of Ladies' JS ! Russia . " i x ordk, and sizes. 2 2J4, S, ana 3) ol Ia di" . V) Haad-turn Dongolo. TO, c uwinon Sense Oxfords for 69 CENT& THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. IV. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, as wo have no branch n' p FINANGIAL. Money To Loan. !! trmmiw t,n TrinV trt InTl in euaiH to suit on real estate and collateral security at prevailing rates of interest. Drop in and tco us ubout It. American Security and Trust Co., 14-05 G St. N. W. C J. BELL, President Two Good Ideas First, put aside a certain portion ofyoor turnings each month. Then deio&a...

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

THE WASEXSTGrTO: TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. ME HNDTHER Big lot of sllk-linod Clay Diagonal and Cheviot Tall Overcoats at TWENTY DOLLARS, easily worth more $25 anyway. We'll guarantee that, lor wo know all about them. Enow the qual ity of the fabrics and trimmings, tho way they are made and everything else about them, and everything is in their favor as being the best overcoats at that price in town, and they'll fit, too. Try them on and see for yourself. Other coats as low as $10 and as high as S35, and all good ones. Robinson, Gherjj X Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. THE NEWEST TYPES, The best Tresses, professional type setters and brains all tend to put us In the lead of the printing profession. "Wo'to recently added auot hor Improve ment In order to innko ours the most modern offlce In tho District. Trices right? Of contsE. McGILL & WALLACE, Printers, 1107 E Street. Northwest. Be Sure You Get ITS the BEST and MOST LAST 1 ING sold. "1 ou are sur...

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

TOM TIMES 'j$r$ "VOL.l. 3STO. 171. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOKlSriNG-, SEPTEMBER 5, 1894. OjSE CENT. THE WA SHING LABOR MEN HIRE A LAWYER tl 1 -. T T 1 tl ? J- rpjpl' 1m 4-1 xncy want iiuu tu xvaaiob tu luu Prosecution of President Dunlop. STRONG SPEECHES AT MEETING Denunciatory Besolution Adopted Dunlop Saucily Asks Commissioner Powell by "What Authority Ho Ordered Cable Cars Blocked "When the Pythians Paraded. The men who ware in the parade on Labor "Day refrained from using violence on cither President George T. Dunlop or the cars of tho cable line -which ho sent crashing through their ranks, but they are determined that tho .law shall, if possible, mnko him smart for it. At a largely attended meeting of the Dis trict Federation of Labor, twenty-three trades "being represented, which was held last night nt Kchabite Hull, at tho corner of Four-and-a-half street and ronnsylvanin avenue north west, a number of stirring speeches wore made by various members of the organization co...

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

TJELE WASH.IJ3 (frTUJS TIMES, WEPNESDAY, SEPTEER 5. 1S94. t The Washington Times GETZKT DAT Df THE TXXS) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SotJTOWrBT CORMEF rrNKBTT.VJLXIA AVENUE AND Tenth Stkxkt. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S6. Business Office, 237. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents: J5y the month Thirtj-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, 2. C, SEPTEMBER 5, 1891. Start Fall Trade By advertising in Tlie Times. TJic Times is taken in families a?id is a favorite with ladies who are the great advertisement readers. Reach the homes of iJic District through The Times tlie family and local paper of Washington. THE TENNESSEE LYNCHINQB. The war In tho Orient has brought Eastern life Into prominent notice, and we are told that the lower class ol Koreans are contin ually In danger of Buffering summary arrest, and execution -without trial. Missionaries point to such instances as proof of the necessity of humanizing in fluences, and the average America...

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

THE WASBJ3STeT03Sr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1894. 5 The Lady Who Shops W m "nd bore a large assortment of tht Latest Designs In "M U MvatiI FALL SHOES, at prices below Ui ! re. Here IS a few of them, viz.: 2. J5 toi Shoos others will chargo $3.03. tS tor hboos others will charge 3 SO. i for Shoes others will chargo 4 TO. 3 Vi for Shoes others w 111 charge 5.00 s i lor Shoes oth ers will charge 6.00 Als siees 1, m, 2. and Si of Ladies $2 Russia C f( x i.rds and sizes, 2 .'H.. 3, andSHJofLa d S- Vi Maud-turn Dongo'a. Common bonae Oxfords for 69 CENTS. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Kemomber number, as wo have no branch FINANCIAL. THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL, - 51,000,000 Wicv to loan in any amount on short uotr on approved real astato and collateral, and at most reasonable rates. JOHN JOY EDSON, President. Money To Loan. Thte com nan v has money to loan In 1 Bums to salt on roal estate ana ceuaiwui security at prevailing latee of inter...

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

OMf 1?ASHITG-T0K TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1894. k j. A. R. Comrades wlio are going to Pittsburg will want to spruce up a little. It won't do to wear a shabby uniform, es pecially when it costs so lit tle to get a new one. We have the whole outfit now. CLOTHES, HATS, and GLOVES. Suits at $10, $12, and $15. All-wool, fast color, well trimmed, and perfect fitting (two sets of buttons). Hats, with cord and wreath complete, from $1 up. Tip top ones at $1.50 and $2.00. Best quality White Cotton and Jersey Gloves, 25c. per pair. Robinson, Gheru 4 Go., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. f INSURE YOUR WATCH.' "What an Idea? Insure your V watch against accidents. Of ft course. why not? You insure Y yourself against accidents. For A 2 we will repair your watch and insure against accident Q for ono year. v GEO. W. SPIER, 310 9th St. f 'Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Optician. a - &-&& mm f t f f f t t t t f t The Cost Of Lighting a store, show window, restau i rant, ...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES voL.i. :n"o. it WASHOraTO, D. C, THURSDAY MOBNHSTQ-, SEPTEMBER 6, 1894. 02H3 CENT. DUNLOP'S CASE IN "COURT Judge Kimball Fines Him for Breaking Through the Labor Day Parade. HE PAID AND KEPT VERY QUIET Prosecutor Pngh's Ignorance of the Law Might Have Led to Dunlop's Acquittal Had Not the Federation of Labor Hired a Lawyer "Who Knew Something. President George T. Dunlop, of the Wash ington and Georgetown Railroad Company, was yesterday lined $20, the maximum pen alty under the law, by Judge Kimball in the police court for running the cars of the com pany through the Labor Day procession on Monday last. Although Special District Attorney Pugh prosecuted the case in court, the conviction of Mr. Dunlop was largely duo to the efforts of Lawyer A. A. Lipscomb, who was specially retained by the Federation of Labor to assist Mr. Tugh in the case. When Mr. Lipscomb called on Mr. Pugh yesterday morning and Informed him that he had been employed to assistthe district atto...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THTTESDAT, SEPTEMBER 6. 1894. ThB Washington Times tETTXT DAT IK THE YZIX) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, BoCTBWm CORKER PlNSSVLVANU. AVEMTE ASD TtOTH Street. Telephone EdttortU Rooms, 455. Business OQce, 537. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Throo Cents. By too month Thlrtj-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER G, 1S94. - Start Fall Trade By advertising in Tie Ti?nes. The Times is taken in families and is a favorite with ladies who are the great advertisement readers. Reach the homes of tlte District through The Times tlie family and local paper of Washington. THE EX-KING OF THE AVENUE. President George T. Dunlop, of the Wash ington and Georgetown Street Railway Com pany, la undoubtedly -very much put out that Judge Kimball should have fined him for run ning cars In defiance of the orders of the Commissioners. Ho considers that his Labor Day job was finely conceived and beautifully xeouted, but his zeal In nls wo...

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

?HE WASHISTGTQiff TI1DBS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 189$. 3 v The Lady Who Shops W1H find bre a large assortment of tho Latest Designs In AUTUMN aud FALL snOES, nt prices below 11 others. Here J r. lew of them, viz.: SS H5 for Shoes others trill charge 53.00 .' tA for Mkmjs others -will charge 3 W. 2 ( for Shoes others will chargo 4.00. 3 W for Shoo others will charge 3 00. 4 85 for bboee othora will chargo 6 00 Also Bises 1, J& s u1 2K- o Ladies' f2 Russia Calf ixiirts. and fllees, 2, 2V, 3, andHiof La dies J2 N Hand-turn Dougola Common Senba Oxford for 60 CENTS. THE WARREN SROE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 819 F STREET, r.cmeml)r number, as we bays no branch tore FINANCIAL. Money To Loan. Ht(s vu. liaa .wrt-iov tft 1rtm In Foot to wilt om real estate and collateral security at prevailing tales of interest. Drop in and see us about It. American Security and Trust Co., 1405 G St. N. W. C. J BELL, President. Two Good Ideas First, put aside a certain portion of your taraings each mouth Then ...

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

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, SEFTEMKER 6, 1594. G. A. R. Comrades wlio are going to Pittsburg will want to spruce up a little. It won't do to wear a shabby uniform, es pecially when it costs so lit tle to get a new one. We bave tbe whole outft now. CLOTHES, HATS, anal GLOVES. Suits at $10, S12, and SI 5. All-wool, fast color, well trimmed, and perfect fitting (two sets of buttons). Hats, with cord and wreath complete, from SI up. Tip top ones at $1.50 and $2.00. Best quality White Cotton and Jersey Gloves, 25c. per pair. Robinson, GliBruGo., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. t t t f t t t t f INSURE YOUR WATCH: $ "What an Idea? Insure your Y wMch against accidents. Ot A course, why not? You insure T yourself against accident. For Cj 2 we will repair your watch T and Insure against accident 3 for one year. T GEO. W. SPIER, 310 9th St. ? Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Optician. m I The Cost I Of Lighting f a store, show -window, restan. rant, library or oIQce by the Sle...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MGRlNTNGr, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. ONE CENT. VOL.1. IN"0. 173. THIHK JUDGES DID WR0H6 Frizc Money for the Fvthian Battalion Drill May Be Withheld. OPINION OP THE COMMITTEE The Local 'Executive Body of Enlgati Take Exception to the Deciiion Giving $500 to the Hooaiera Improper Use of New Tactics and Tailore to Mark Movements. There is trouble between the local Knights of Pythias executive committee and Col. W. L. Helskcll. commander ol the First Indiana Regiment of the Uniform Bank. The first battalion of his command won the competi tive battalion drill prize of $500 (luring the recent biennial encampment, but for reasons explained further on the committee Is not at prosent inclined to pay the prize money. The reasons were developed at a meeting of the committee held last night, at which the following gentlemen were present: Chairman Iticbard Goodhort, Secretary A. F. Medford, end Messrs. Notley Anderson, J. B. Conner, John Humphrey. J. WCartc...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1894. The Washington Times ffTZBT D AT IX THT YZJLX), OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDINO, Southwest Corker Psxnstlyanu. Atemjb and Tenth Stkket. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S6. Business Once, 337. Price, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho month Thlrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894- Start Fall Trade By advertising hi The Times. The Times is taken in families and is a favorite with ladies, wJw are the great advertisement readers. Reach iJie Jwmes of the District through The Times, iJie family and local paper of Washingto?i. II a2 PR1ENDSHIP THAT COUNTS. The TraES to-day oilers a prize ol a mag nificent cold chronograph repeater to the most popular policeman, in the city of Wash ington. It is a prize worth competing for, and the officer who wins It will have the fiatlflfaction of knowing that he is the pos sessor of the finest and most expensive time piece owned in this city. ...

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

THE WASHES G-TON TIMES, FBI DAT, SEPTE S 1 The Lady s TVill find here a largo assortment of the Latest Designs In AtTUMS aud TALL SnOES, at prices bolow. all others. Here is a few of them, m: 82 86 for Shoe othors will chnrge $".00. :! i for Shoes others wilt charge SM. 3 00 for Shoes others will charge 4.0U. 8 SO for Shoes others will charge 6.00. 4.65 for Shoes oUions will charge 6.09. Also sizes 1, IH- 2- d V& at Ladles' $2 Russia Calf oxfords, and stee. 2, S, 8, and of la dies" 2 50 H aad-iurn Dongola. Common Sense Oxfords for 69 CENT& THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, Remember number, as wo have no branch store. FINANCIAL. THIS company collects rents. Incomes, interest,dividends, Invests money, and acts as gen eral financial agent and ad viser. American Security and Trust Co., 1405 G St. N. W. C J. BELL, President THE WASHINGTON LOAN AND Trust Company. CASH CAPITAL. - 51,000,000 Money to loan in any amount on Bliort notiM on approved real estate and col...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. We Are Daily fitting out lots of young men who are going away to school with e verything necessary for fall and winter in CLOTHES, HATS, and FURNISH INGS. "We have a complete now stock of the latest and best styled of Euits for dross and school war. Light and heavy weight overcoats, separate trou sers, underwear, shirts, neckwear, gloves, hosiery, collars, cuffs, etc All of the newest styles in both Derby and soft hats. The Knox, the Dunlap, the Touman, and other shapes at from $1 to $L50 less than Hat Store prices. Rotjinson, Cherub Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets.D Your Bill for Sheas Reduced considerably by trading with us. Our Fall Stock nearly all in now. Drop in and see what ice are showing. ShoTrtngMen'sNobbyRaxorToe , Bals for. t?-lOu Showing Ladies' Spring-heel T rr, Blucherettes for i?AOu Showing Misses' Tine Patent iT rn Vamp Bals for. t?j-Ou Ehowing Boys' Elegant Dress T . Shoesfor. t?-1-0 Showing Bo...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASBonaTOir, b. c, Saturday morhestg, September s, i804. OE CENT. TOL.i. :sro. iT4. YIGIL OF A DESERTED WIFE She Watches Near the Sixth Street Depot for Her Husband's Return. ELOPED WITH ANOTHER WOMAN Oliver W. Power Is the Kane of the Man and Miss Capilona Lawrence Is His Partner in Ouilt He "Was Assistant Baggage Master at the Sixth Street Dopot. A snd-eyed woman sits alone from s early morning until kite at night every day in n lit tle room overlooking the Pennsylvania depot. She presents a familiar picture of wifely de--votivn, for altboagh deserted by her husband, who has cloned with another woman, leaving her almost peaaHeea, sho cherishes the hope that he will return to the city and that she will, from ber little window, see him emerge from the depot and give her a chance to win luni bak. She is Mrs. OHver W. Power, and her hus band, formerly a well-known civil engineer of this city, and Mis Capites La wreBce, daugh ter o! tLe late Montgomery W. Lawreuee....

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTErBER 8. 1894. The Washington Times OfTZXT DXT IK THE TEAS) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SonrnwssT Oobkjsk Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 486. Business Office, S37. Trice, Dfl.Ilydltlon One Cent Sunday Edition ..... .Three Cents. By the month...........Thlrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. fcS3VVS5VSSV Start Fall Trade By advertising in TJie Times. The Times is taken in families and is a favorite with ladies, who are the great adveriiscmciit readers. Reach tie homes of the District through The Times, the family and local japer of Washington. A NOISE IN LOUISIANA. SUGAR TARIFF. I McKinley. "Wilson. I Gorman. Free Free j 40 per cent. iic j Freo v. and 40 p. a The Louisiana planters are dibsatislled with the sugar schedule as it appears in the Have-raeyer-Gorman bill. They have concluded to aflliiate -with the Republicans, and in so doing will place three Democrat...

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