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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 April 1894

-.--, vc- ??,?r 'S''a'V 1?PP 3- rfSysrSgja " - j. w& r '1 xg ? (J THE WASHESTGrTON TIMS, SUNDAY, APBIL 8, 1894. oo- 9 At $1.20 I For Monday, 9 Tuesday, and Wednesday only . 9 . . f 9 About 250 pairs Men's f 9 Satin Calf Gaiters and f $ Laced Shoes on new f $ style pointed toes, with f y tip or $ shape. common - sense J f f About 300 pairs La- f f dies' Caulo Kid Button f f Boots, pointed toe, patent f tipped, plain, narrow, y" f square toe, or common- f $ sense style. f ! Nothing wrong with f these goods; they were f bought last Winter at f $ hard-time-prices, and we f f could readily sell them at f 9 $1.50 or even $2; but we f need immediate room for f f several car loads of new $ Summer Shoes due here f 9 within a few days 9 above-named special low f $ prices will undoubtedly f clear the shelves. 9 ? Wm. Halm A Go8 5 V Reliable Shoe Houses, T 9S0 and "OS SEVENTH STREET, 9 1914 and 1916 PA. AVE., y S 231 PA AVE. & E. Loneliness of Great Wealth. Rev. Myron Heed in the rittsb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 April 1894

IVO" f aw A rfSf5 -iTspv-P! yjst ;&vqcpj? v'- j 'j."l5irst - 1 CIT'TO- THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APKEL 8, 1894. ' I Vfty5ftRS9 JEFFERSON'S BIRTHDAY. fAn open letter to Senator Voorhecs. Hon. D. W. Voobhees, V. S. Senate,: Dear Sib: It was -with much pleasure that I listened to the closing part of your very abln nnd timely speech ot April 2 on the. tnnll and income tax. I also heard with unbounded tntlsfnctlou your magnificent mention of ono of our greatest ot statesmen, Thomas Jeffer son, in the following words: Sir. this is the birthday of Thomas Jefferson. Ono hsndre J and fifty year ago tc3ay he came Into the world the greatest omancipator of thought, philosopher of liberty, and teacher of natural rights of man ever known inhuman liibUry. rlhe blows bo struck for freedom, Justice, and equality in government are yet re bounding throughout the earth, and they will never ceaee to be heard until the last shacklo of privilege and tyranny is broken. Ten days be fore his soul t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 April 1894

"wMaF3a v-w"v,T ': i'i.'-v- . .rvir j - i j - - ? jt t- j' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1894. 8 ARE YOU OPEN FOR Bargain In Spring Shoes- We have just opened and placed on sale the following: 1 lot Ladles' S3 Button Shoes for $1.C0. 1 Lot Ladles' High Russia Bluchers for 81.03. TVorth $3. 1 Lot Ladles' RusslaBlucher Oxfords for $1.50. Worth KM. 1 Lot Ladles' S2.D0 Oxfords for SLSO. There are about 40 different stylqs to select from. The Warren GEO. W. RICH, WHAT'S YOUR INCOME ? Mighty few people can af ford to put their hands in their pockets and plank down money enough to fur nish a house. Our "Equitable Credit System" Opens the door of a Treas ury of FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTINGS, DRAPERIES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIG ERATORS, etc., and bid you help yourselves to much or little. You can arrange with us for immediate pos session on a promise of tri fling weekly or monthly payments. House & Herrmann, 917, 819, 921, 923, SEVENTH STKEET, AND OS MASS. AVENUE. TWO DAYS' SALE or...

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

'7i Kf T THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. NO. 23. WASHTtfCKTO, D. C, 3IONDAT MORdNTISrGr, APRIL 9, 1894. ONE CENT. ft V MOSES OF THE NEW PARTY Gov. Tillman Would Combine Southern Democrats and Western Populists. HIS ATTACK ON THE PRESIDENT "I Dcspiso Cleveland and His Mugwumps," Bays tho Governor. "Ho Is Ho Setter Than tho Eankest Bepublican" Advises Congress to Impeach Him. Columbia, S. 0., April 8. Governor Till man to-day gavo a surprising interview to the press. An extract from a letter Irom u Populist was read to tho Governor, in which tho writer said the only thing ho did not ad mire about tho Governor's political course 80 lar was tli.it ho did not havo-the moral cour ngo to como out squarely and call himselt a Populist Mr. Tillman was then asked it ho had seen all tho references mndo to him by the northern press as the Topulist Governor. Governor Tillman roso end walked up and down. His eyes flashed Arc, and in tho most determined manner ho said: "Yes, they call mo a Topulist. I...

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

-TtHewwcPspp'S!5ifJifik wwmslm. ""Ct i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL d, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CCSHIKO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUTCHINS BUILDING, Cor.NEn Tenth jikd D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 837-i Prlco, Daily Edition OnoCenL Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, APRIL 9. 1S9L Weather for To-day. For District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia: Fair In tho morning, probably light rain during tho evening or night; cold east Winds. C(-&-S0-3--0--0-3-" Advertising for . The Times Is taten on the distinct un demanding that all of its ten thousand sup porters and part owners, The members of the affil iated trades of this city, Are determined to patronize the advertisers who help their paper Timf.3 advertising pays, therefore. If Brings Results. . Qe&-4S0-&-t-&&...

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

. ' "V-t'v i Fpss jFwr-mw-. "?. A- f? THE WASHTN'GTOlsr TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL 9. 1894. 8 .' ARE YOU OPEN FOR Bargain In Spring Shoes- We have just opened and placed on sale the following: 1 Lot Ladies' $3 Button Shoes for $1 SOL 1 let Ladles' High Russia Bluchers for 8L93. Worth 13. 1 Lot Ladles' Husslapihicher Oxfords for 1 50. Worth S3 60 1 Lot Ladies' SaM Oxfords for H.50 There are about 40 different styles to select from. The Warren Shoe House, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F Street. A Misplaced Sentiment Wo heard tho other day, says the Bazar, of a joung woman whose circumstance obliged her to seek cm ploj ment. She was a mistress of the dainty art of hand-sewing, and as at present thero is a demand for dainty work of this kind exquisitely done sho had not far to ncek a market for ber labor. The homo In which she and her dear ones lived was de pendent upen her success in the lino for Which sho had ability and in which sho hpd ODiiortunitr. I A A lady anxious to employ tho girl sent for I .....

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

m w WfMv jim3wmmw--ws?:b A 'r- THE WASBDCPrGKCOIT TIMES, MONDAX, APBIL 9, 1894. E ONE Of the best clotting val ues we have ever seen is a lot of LIGHTWEIGHT Overcoats we have just re ceived. They are made from MERTIN'S IMPORT ED WORSTEDS,are SILK LINED throughout, are cut in the latest fashion, are ex quisitively tailored, and will FIT perfectly. The price is only $20. Get jour tail or's price for its duplicate and it will be nearer $40 than $20. We have a choice line of other coats at all prices, from 10 to $40, and guarantee you satisfaction at any price. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Streets N. W. WHAT'S YOUR INCOME ? Mighty few people can af ford to put their hands in their pockets and plank down money enough to fur nish a house. Our (( Equitable Credit System" Opens the door of a Treas ury of -FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTINGS, DRAPERIES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIG ERATORS, etc., and bid you help yourselves to much or little. You can arrange with us for immediate pos session on a ...

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

n m im i :jki J.t rrviTJi - "ivv-Lf.-'aErc-?ej?ttr-Mri-n ratienr3s.75fc3cvs5 jr'-iXas' T'wir-6i'iy r- " i? T iJSS'WASS'.'-Sti s v ,. v r -. - - . - j v"? '-- i I THE WASHINGTON TIMES .7 VOL. 1. 2fO. 24. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MOKNTCTCr, APRIL 10, 1894. OE CENT. "SSWPHSBR SPjB5f?3-iS.-?? 5r"! " ?5"Svwt-.'aMtaK.j PRIMROSE WELL CARED FOR He and His Men Fed and Sheltered by Local Sympathizers. DISCHARGED BY THE COURT Judge Kimball Holds That The; Are Not Vagrants Warns Them That They Mast Obtain Work Scenes at Their lodging ') Place in Typographical Temple. tt. The forty-one men who were arrested Sat urday evening by Major Moore's orders on tho charge of vagrancy, and who were to serve as a means'of demonstrating how tho Jloeal authorities will deal with Coxoy, were arraigned before Judgo Kimball yesterday morning, and, alter reciting their story, were discharged. The men made a motley group as they were arraigned, and leaned against the wire par tition watching tho proceedings. Labo...

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

"-! mifK-i8qVBfJX-i?(K53Sf' f r 4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1894. The Washington Times (E cry Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSIUKQ; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: UUTCUINS BUILDING, C0KS2B Terra xn D Streets Noni-awisT. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, SS7-2. Price, Bally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition 1 Five Cents. Cy carriers, by the week Ten Cents. eTRADESkTlT ) COUNCIL rfc KTi&B3fcyv''''Ji"' ' WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 10, 1831. Weather for To-day. District of Columbia, Mar land aaA T:r" glnia, rain, winds shifting to south, slightly warmer. I 2 MME IT 15,000. The Times does not know whether it wants more subscribers than that; 'It doesn't want them Just at present; Couldn't handle them. But Let the Number Grow; Let Each Subscriber Get Another. I GOOD MORNING! I never could bellevo that Providence had seam few men Into the world ready booted and spurred to ride, and millions ...

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

vpy v .- THE "WASHINGTON TIMES; TUESDAY, ATRIL 10, 1894. !!3?3F!B!'lj!8!i?' M II ! b ' ) You will have To move faster Than Coxey's army In order to secure a pair of these SPRING SHOES of OX FORDS at these Bargain Prices, viz: 1 lot Ladles' S3 Dongola Button Shoes, Patent Tip, for $1.50. Mot Ladles' S3 High Russia Bluchers forS1.95. ' 1 tot Ladles S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords forSI.50. -1 lot Ladles' $2.50 Dongola, Patent Tip, Oxfords for $1.50. Your size is here to-day, but may not be to-morrow. The Warren Shoe House, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F Street. How to BeBeaiMUl One of the most Important steps to tbo at tainment of beauty, says a writer in the New York Recorder, is f ho night bath. Kover re tire at night without removing from face, neck, hands, and body tho accumulated dust of the day and tho wornout cuticle which peals off the face and body and, when not promptly removed, will spoil tho complexion. Begin with the lace, cleaning it with soft water and almond meal or fresh goat's mil...

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

-VJ4&Vi5g??pSiZZQ taw5 v frr- ri3?& -;VN?;?s t- W"V.e-"'Vr' :SW, TTS f ' ' tf HV' & ii.-""rw- J3 "- - THE WASmSTGTON TIMES, TTTESPAY, APRIL 10, 1894. 4 There IS no man, no matter how fastidious he may be, but who can be suited from OUR superb selection of stylish, seasonable spring suits, aud there is no price at which a reliable suit can be sold but what we will sell you a finer, more fashion able, and better fitting suit than any other store in town, no matter if it is $io, $12, $15, $18, $20, or any price up to $40. We guar antee that OURS are SU PERIOR to any others at the same price. See the garments and you'll say so too. Robinson, Cheryl Co., That F Street Clothing Ilouse, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F St. N.W. WHAT'S YOUR INCOME? Mighty few people can af ford to put their hands in their pockets , and plank down money enough to fur nish a house. Our "Equitable Credit System" Opens the door of a Treas ury of FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTINGS, DRAPERIES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIG ...

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

$8 ifi3 SSSSSfji''!! THE WASHINGTON TIMES J WASHIXGTO, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOKNTENTGr, APRIL 11, 1894. ONE CENT. VOL. 1. TO. 25. WTf WOULD REPEAL THE TAX Democratic Caucus Resolves Against fc the State Bank Restriction. RIDER TO THE BRAWLEY BILL Democratic Representatives Present to the Number of 102 Bryan, Lane, and Will iams Opposed to Unconditional BepeaL Speech from Cummings in Favor of It. Tho Democratic caucus lato last night after i session of two hours und a half adopted tho plowing resolutions -without a dissenting kte: Resolved, That it is the sense of this caucus Ihat tho prohibitory tax of 10 percent, on state bank issue be repealed. Resolved. That when the bill known as tho Brawley and Springer bill, which tho Committee on Banking and Currency has ordered reported to tLe House, Is called up for action, an amend ment bo offorcd repealing the prohibitory tax on state banks; that ample time be afforded for discussion, and, it necessary to secure this, the Committee on Hules bo...

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

Ktyw t v , THE WASHTLSTGrTOlS TI3IES,' WEDNESDAY, APRIX 11, 1894. The Washington Times (Lvcr Ha j in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times ' Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSHING; City Edlter: EMORY FOSTER. Office: 1IUTCH1S BUILDING Cormhi Temti and D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business OPlcr, 837-1 rrlcc, Pally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition FtveCents. By carrier, by Uio week Ton Cents. fjlTRA DEi ik $ PlCOUNCpa WASHINGTON, d. c, aprix 11. 139L Tlie Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia and Maryland, rain in the early morning followed by fair weather; winds shitting to westerly; slightly warmer. One New Subscriber-- Good idea to get one. If every subscriber to Tnx Times got ono. Tho circulation of the caper would be doubled and then doubled again. Giro tho little giant a lift. Ho doesn't need it; but he, and you. and all of us, would like it ? 9 f 1 Show This Paper 9 9 To a Friend. 9 U -5-42-0-9-4- QUICKLY, GENTLEMEN. Now that th...

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

mmmmmm. r4S''7'!iim:- THE TVASHLffGrTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APREL 11, 1894. 3 ' You will have To move faster - Than Coxey's army In order to secure a pair of these SPRING SHOES or OX FORDS at these Bargain Prices, viz: 1 lot Ladies' $3 Dongola Button Shoes, Patent Tip, for $1.50. 1 lot Ladies' $3 High Russia Bluchers forSI.95. I lot Ladles' S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords for SI. 50. 1 lot Ladles' S2.50 Dongola, Patent Tip, Oxfords for SI.SO. Your size is here to-day, but may not be to-morrow. The Warren Shoe House, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F Street. Respectability a Girl's Safeguard A girl nover enhances her business pros pects, says the Ladles' Homo Journal, by put ting aside her dignity toward her cmplojcr. It raay seem to her that other girls, adopting a different course, enjoy more advantages and make speedier progress. Eut this is in tho seeming, never in tho reality. Familiar ity hero breeds absolutely nothing but con tempt. This is one of the most unfortunato elements in the entranco of...

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

SIiSSg5B5S5S)S5S "pgFp ressf-6"-;'" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEPyESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894. At Ten Dollars We will sell 3'ou an All wool, st3'lish, serviceable Suit of Clothes a BET TER one than any one else can at that price. At FORTY dollars we will sell you the finest, best fitting, most fashionable and ex quisitely tailored Suit that can be made. These are our two limits in price, but there are a dozen intermediate grades, all of which we guar antee to be better than you will find elsewhere at the same price, and besides OURS will FIT. See those Silk and Gloria Umbrellas we are closing out at HALF PRICE. Thej' are cheaper than bor rowing your neighbors. Robinson, Cheryl Go., I2th and F Sts. N. W. WHAT'S YOUR INCOME? Mighty few people can af ford to put their hands in their pockets and plank down money enough to fur nish a house. Our "Equitable Credit System" Opens the door of a Treas ury of FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTINGS, DRAPERIES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIG ERATORS, etc., and bid 3-011 hel...

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

mmmm . i Bg- ' ' ',,geg ', ,,.4..'.,..-' ",... . ...L-. .,7; (ire? VV w---VN-W"''wis- ,j5?!Wg JJWf-J i THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. IfO. 2G. WASmXGTOT, D. C, THUESDAY MOEIOG, APRIL 12, 1804. OJSE CEXT. BEATING UPON THE SHORE Angry Sea Lashed up Uy the Worst Storm of the Season. SNOW, RAIN, AND HAIL INLAND Prom the Northeast Come Talcs of Disaster In tho Shape of Floundered Schooners, Torn Telegraph and Trolley Wires, and Violent Inroads of the Ocean. Tho weather in Washington for tho past forty-eight hours has been Just about as mean as it could be. The wind has been blowing at a frightful Telocity and it has been as cold and as biting as though it was December, in stead of that usually ethereal Spring month, April. Snow mado several attempts to fall yester day, but somehow or other it couldn't. Then sleet mado a desperate effort to show what it could do, and there was another failure. Along in tho afternoon it began raining. The old men who can remember away back yonder before (ha ...

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

JjSBhsr-- k-; i 'fyzgtf$&7 vi. fv'-Sr7--.Tf.?.sir'-.st-t'. pM5jfiS'iis??r!: Lj.t'?;:''a'-h'&;V:! t THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, APKEL 12, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CCSHINO: Citr Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUTCHINS BUILDING, Content Tenth axd D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. Trice, Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. (jlTR A DE S ( $ ) CpTJNCtLja WASHINGTON. D. 0., APRIL 12, 1891. Weather for To-day. Indications for the District of Columbia and Maryland: Showers In the morning, probably followed by fair weather; northerly winds; a slight rise In temperature. t -qeo- 4 The Times J Every Day V It Is a builder of business. It Is ot to-day and for to day. It is champion of Washing ton. Its facilities for gathering news are unsurpasseu. It Is a homo-read paper and therefore a well-...

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

c ftV?? Ife? -svKr--v4;;rr.. s.vwf?r Jfifts-osifflKS? ''lt'S?? ' r 'JKtf-J 'Hvp-'AtPvp SHi-Tyy y THE "WASHINGTON" TOTES, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1894. 3 l You will have To move faster Tlian Coxey's army In order to secure a pair of these SPRING SHOES or OX FORDS at these Bargain Prices, viz: 1 lot Ladles' S3 DonoIa Button Shoes, Patent Tip, for $1.50. 1 lot Ladles' S3 High Russia Bluchers forS1.95. 1 lot Ladles' S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords for $1.50. 1 lot Ladles' S2.50 Dongola, Patent Tip, Oxfords for $1.50. Your size is here to-day, but may not be to-morrow. The Warren Shoe House, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F Street. The Ever-Present Task of Dressing This year, writes, Mrs. Mallon, tho new Irocfc has a touch o! green about it. This isn't meant to explain the girl. Oh, dear, no. It only means that she is young ana tender, and altogether charming. A woman with a new frock can accomplish much. It makes her beliovo in herself. It causes her to bo amiable to all mankind, and makes her so loving th...

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

psplvp - rsvy , , THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1894. Let Us Help You into one of the finest LIGHT-WEIGHT OVER COATS in town. We have a big line of the sort, right in quality, right in fit, and right in price. A better variety and better garments than 3rou will find in any retail store this side of New York. You take no risk of quality HERE. Our guar antee covers every garment we sell, and 3'our money will be CHEERFULLY re turned for whatever does not suit $10 to $40 is the range of prices, and every dollar represents one hundred cents in value. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, 12th and F Sts. N. W. WHAT'S YOUR INCOME? Mighty few people can af ford to put their hands in their pockets and plank down money enough to fur nish a house. Our if Equitable Credit System" Opens the door of a Treas ury of FURNITURE, CARPETS, MATTINGS, DRAPERIES,BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIG ERATORS, etc., and bid you help yourselves to much or little. You can arrange with us for immediate pos session on a promise ...

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

isSSSePsWa SMRSSPpj5?! THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 3StO. 27. TTASimfGTOjtf, D. 0., FRIDAY MOKNTSTGr, APRIL 13, 189-1. OXE GENT. r:sWl't'fl?i KELLY'S COMMAND COMING Freight Trains Held Up by His Men in True Bandit Style. , NOW MARCHING THROUGH UTAH Corey's Pennsylvania Army la Coming Bap idly Toward the Potomac, and Is Expected to Beach tho Maryland Lino Before the Lunch Eour To-day. Evasston-, Wyo., April 12. At midnight last night Gen. Kelly's army of tho common weal, w hich Ind encamped on tho plains of jtah, eight miles out ot Ogden, quickly broko camp and captured a Union Taciilo freight train made up of box cars on routo to tho mines. Gin. Kelly at onco assumed com mand of tho train full of footsore and weary crusaders. Tho engineer and flreman obeyed orders as Issued by tho commandant, as they had in structions to do so fro .n Superintendent Ban croft, of tho Mountain illusion, should one of the trains in his division bo captured by tho Industri.il legion. Tho capture was tot...

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