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

TIMES TOL.l. 1HO. 241. WASHOTG-TOiN", D. C, 1VEDNESDAT MOKNTKG. HOYEMBEE 14, 1S94 SIX PAGES. OE CESTT. FULL OF ENORMOUS ERRORS Strike Commission's Report Thus Designated by the Railway Arje. WORTHLESS PUBLIC DOCUMENT Discreditable Alike, Says the Paper, to the Comraiisioners Themselves and to tha Country Misstatements Eanpe from Inac curate Quotation to False Generalization. Ohscaoo, III., Nov. 18. The Bailway Age, in its next issae, will contain a reply to tho report of the United States Strike Commis sioners, address! to those gentlemen. It says, in part: The personal opinions, as conveyed in the report of tbe Federal Strike Commission, are invested with unwonted Interest to the public at large from tho fact ol the official dignity with which they have beoa clothod. The report says: 'It should be noted that -until the railroads set the example, a general union of railway employes was .never at tempted. The union had not then gone be yond enlisting the men upon different sys tems i...

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

a CROWDING OUT THE PUPILS M Nervous, Chronic, Skin and Blood Diseases, ALL SPECIAL DISEASES, PSIVATELY, SAFELY, AND PEBMA1TENTLY CUEED AT THE ! Ini-frorl .QiciTDC Arcirlomw Children from Maryland and Virginia Sent Here to School. DISTRICT SCHOLARS AFFECTED OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY, Important Meeting of the East "Washington Association's Echool Committee Proposed Appointment of a Body to Have Charge of tho Compiling and Publishing of Books. 807-809-811 I4th St. N. W., Washington, D. C Office Hours-9 a. m. to 3 p. m. and 0 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 to 2. THJB WAS2II3S trTOJN Tl JklJfiS, "WICDjS Jib V JL X , JN U V J JilJi .Elt, 1 4, 3 89 I THE HUNDREDS of distinguished citizens, Concroesmen. lawyers, doctors, clorcymen, and laymen cured or rupiuro by Dr. Worker without operations or pain has cou inced the leading and thinking public that ruptures are as curable as auy other common omplaint. '1 here are no- failures or experiments in Dr. Parker's system of cure. Ko cure, wo ay "t JLIUCOCEL...

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

THE WASHING TOST TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER" 14. 1894. LEYINA A MY FAST FILLY Showed Her Keels to All the Crackcrr jack Youngsters at the Track. TIOGA BOBBED UP A WINNER At tho Juicy Odds of Ten to Ono the Castles Gelding Ban Away from a Bunch of Good Performers Threo Hrst Choices and Two Outsiders Were the Winners of the Day. There was good racing at the Alexander Island course yesterday aftornoon, and as throe favorites won the talent had nothing to complain of. The other events wore won by outsiders. Lovina provod herself to 1 ahout the host two-year-old at tbo track, the oasily dofoating all the craokerjaeks of her ago in the third event. She got off none too well, hut well ridden by Oorbley finished well in front The showing of Classic was disappoint ing. The talent went .wrong in tbo last race, when Detroit and Johnny were played to the exclusion of the remainder. When it came to the actual race there was nothing in it but Tioga, who won easuy at the juicj" odds of 10 toL Noit...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOTEMBEH 14, 1894. The Washington Times (EVEKT DAT Hi THE YEAH! OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BOTLDING, EOGTHWEST COENTB PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND Tenth Street: Telephone Editorial Rooms, 431 Business Office S37. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -... -Three Cents. Jjy the month Thlrty-flye Cent. WASHINGTON, D. 0., NOVEMBER 14, 1S9L Booming, Sleadilg Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It STBANGE FOEB TOE CIVIL SEEVICE. It is strange that with the experience of 2Jew Tort city before it, there can be found in the Xatlonal Capital business men ol integ rity and judgment refusing their support to a movement having for one of its principal ob jects tho prevention of the scandals that arise wherever prevails in municipal affairs what is known as the spoils system. , The plunder and spoliation ot which New Xork has been the victim is directly traceable to the ialse doctrine that in politics as In war "to the Tictora...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 November 1894

THE WASKENCJr-TOJNT -jL'lJyusrs, WJliJDJSifiSUix, jyfOYEMBEE 14, 1894. MORE EVIDENCE $ . GL1P k LRDIE8, Plcaso tell your gentlemen friends about these bargains, viz: Men'B 52.60 Razor-toe Calf Hals (sizes 5 to 1ft) for 41.95. Mc"b$4.00 Samplo Shoes for $2.03. Men's $3.00 Sample Shoes lor 53.WJ. Then come and see what vc will do for you. Ladies' 3.00 Shoes for $486. Lndies' saiVO Mioes for SS.65 Ladles' $6.i ehoos for S8.60. Sevrnl lota Lndles' SSOOandeLOD Shoes (small sizes) at JL50 per pair. THE WARREH SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F Street. 6X90- 00000-3-,-,- V Only an Instance The fact that we're selling t ' lhe best , , liiU'RS KOlt B CENTS only gives you an idoa of tho pro portion cf all of our prices oom iiared i:b those of others, "iou cau livo wkII and savo money by marketing with the Emrich Beef Co., Main Market and Grocery, 1306-1312 32d St. (Telephone 347'. BRANCH MARKETS: 3718 14th St N. W. 2l6t and K Sts. N. W. tft.C14th St. N W. 2d i- Ind. arc. N. W. 4th and 1 Sts. X. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 November 1894

6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOYEMBEIt 14, 1S94. VT7Q We can FIT you, no matter what your size or shape, in either a A ess or business suit, aiu at any price 370U care to pa3 See the variet' we offer at Compare them, with other people's at that price, and you'll sa-, as everybody else does, that they are at least five dol lars better in quality, style, and service. Robinson, GhBru Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. A solid 24-fearat gold ' TOm Waltbam or Blgin movement, ,ean be purchased of us for SIQ.oo In Ladles' else aad for $33-00 In Gent's size. Thoee are thoroughly first-class grades, reUanle timefceapws, gleet, well jHdo bunting oases, and aro fgHarastoad Uy us to give absolutely porfoot satisfaction. They are the nest values ever of fered for the money. Oases are en graved in all daaigns. CCwsWir JEWELERS, 7th and D Sts. N. W. A&&2ZZ&&Z&tt&i&&& OVERLOOK INN Will become your favorlto retort after the first visit. It h...

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

HIN WASHIKGrTOST, D. C, THURSDAY MOKNIKGK KOYEMBER 15, 1894--SIX PAG-ES. VCXL.l. 10. 2d2 02sE CBNT. WAS TIMES JL ilili TRAIN ROBBERS STILL BUSY Successful Hold-up on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad. CARS RIDDLED WITH BULLETS Bandits Driven Away Frwn the Express Cor by Armed Messengers They Then Intim idated Passengers in the Wagner Coaches by a Fusillade sad Secured S5 00 ia Booty. KA5J8A6 Cnr, Mo., Nov. 14. Mta&oari. Kan sas and Texas train No. 12, which was held up nearMuseogee last night, has arrived here. Tbo two Wagner ears oa the train look as If tbey had been through a battle. Tbo bandits intimidated tbo passengers before en tering thoe cars by firing a fusillade through the windows. The robbers secared over 8600 in money end about forty watches and other articles ot jewelry. The Wagner conductor and train conductor were relieved of a little over S4Q each. The express car was being guarded by four armed men when it was stopped, and tiiey opened Are at once, driviB...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVE3IB 3R 15, 1S04. THE HUKDREDS cf dirt npuisaed citi7ons, Congressmen, lawyers, doctors, clergymen, and laymen cured of rup:u-e by Dr Parker without operations er pain has com incod the rcndiap and thinking public that ruptureb are as curable as any other common complaint. 1 hero are no failures or es.jHrimenia in Dr. Parker system of cure No cure, no nay VAKICOCKLE ifi the creat destroyer of all that makee life desirable to man It renders happy rtiarriace impossible It makes wak, Xeehle, limp, shambling shadows of men. If you have arloocelc or are suffering from nervous debility, mental depression, losses, blood polaoii, of recent or lone standing, Dr. Parker can restore you and make you firm, erect, strong, and mauly as you should be. Consultations free, private, and confidential, from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m . Sundays, 10 to 2 o clock. DR. PARKER, 1114 G ST, N. W. Cold Facts 4 REGARDING S Warm Shoes. 9 must protect your soles against the element. A -w...

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

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUKSDAY, NOVB-JIBEB 15. 1894. DHO GRANDE COT. LOOSE After Many Days Billy Bcchct At Last Cut the Watermelon. POSTER RODE THE GOOD THING Bactod Down to Even Money the Bockot Geldinp Was Allowed to Gallop Home a Winner Judge KcMahoa's Horsos Ponce fie Leon and Dr. Johnson Both Second. Vben Billy Bret's gddSnfr, TJno Grande, failed to show prominently In f orinor races at the Alexander Island course the explanation was givea the track was either too fast, too dusty, too heavy or too slow. Yesterday Uno Graade fpend the going to his liklne; nnd with the permission of his owner and Jockey Poster he calloped home, winner of the first race on the eard. As good as i and 5 to 1 could bo bad id the oarly betting, hut at post time oven mosey was the best on offer. It was a ripe watermelon that was nut Th track was fast, the attendance good, and the tea bookmakers Had the worat of tho day's arcotaent with the public, as two favor ites and three second choices were winners...

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

TH33 WASBXETGrTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1894. ThB Washington Times (ETEhTjDl-T IN THE YEIEJ OWNED AND ISSUED BY The WasTrinflton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, 50ethwist ooexes 2'eknsti.ta3a avknub and Tenth Street Telephone Editorial Booms, 481 Business Office, 217. rrlce, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., NOVEMBER 15, 1S9L Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES Grows Day by Day. Watch It. THE PRESS AUD TEE POOE. TiteTikb8 brieves that a newspaper can do a great deal in tbo relief of want, and for tbat reason it called the attention of tbe people of 'Washington, somo months ago, to tbe distress which threatens tbe poorer portion of this city's population. A case in point was the case of Mrs. Blider, -which was made known through The Tixes last week. On the Yery day on which Um article was published at least tea people e me to tbe office of The Tucks and expressed a willingness to do their share la a worthy cau...

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

WASHINGTON TIM TOL.l. NO. 24.3. WASHINGTON, D. C.t IPKEDAT MOBNINQ-, NOTEXBER 16, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. ONE CENT. ES F GREAT ARMY OF WORKERS Flan to Combine AH Labor Organiza tions Into One Vast Body. SOVEREIGN READS HIS REPORT Eerere Criticism of Gon. Echofleld and His Beconuaen&ation to Increase the Army Abolition of the State Militia Advocated Banking Laws Sharply Dealt With. New Om.eaxs. Nov. 15. The Knights of Labor ware in session three hours to-day, ad journing just before 1 o'olock. The morning session was consumed in lis tening to an address by Mr. George Howard, viee president of the American Hallway As sociation, who had been especially invited to attend the sessions of the convention. Mr Howard presented a proposition for the con solidation of all the labor organizations of the country into one vast body, under asinglo board of management and with an amalgam ation of interests. He believed that if such a plan was adopted labor would bo benofitcd and would be in a position...

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

2 TJajiJ V-LSJLJLJLJNfcrJL'JJN XJLJMJiiS, ItJLD.A. X , JN U-V JiiJH ISJiilt: 10, lQUi. r" .. i,i RA u 1 R I Frida ed Ticket Dau y, November 1 DRY GOODS DEPT. Silk Department. STUc (1 piece) Striped Silk Grenadine, at 50a per yard. Silk Uemnants of all kinds loss than cost price. Dress Goods Dept. 50c (2 short pieces) All-wool Hop Sack ing, 25c per yard. 87a S abort pieces) Siohalr Serge, at 39c per yard. 25a odds and ends "Wool Dross Goods at liyc. per yard. $1 25 odds and ends 6-4 Fancy Cioakings, at 69c per yard. 10c. lark figured Chintses, 7a per yard, Ca Kemnants Dressmakers' Cambrics. S& per yard. Blanket Department. 10-4 While Blanteta soilod), g2.3S pair. Millinery Department. 75c. 18 Alpine Hate at 89a each. $1.50 French Felt Hats (black only), at lie each. 1 25 Karrotr-Dack, High-crown Sailors at 5e. each. Corset Department. SL00 Thompson GloTo-fitting Mack Cor--ets, sizes 27, 2S, 29, and 80, at 6Sa each. Infants' Wear Dept. $4 00 4 fchort Vt Inter Coats at $1.65 each. ...

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

- - THE WASHINGTON TIDIES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1894. COSSACK AH EASY WINNER Carter Hall's Crack Carried the Money Safely Home to Victory. FIKXWATBR HAD ONLY A GALLOP Two Favorites "Were All to Land First at.the Island Track Detroit Ban a Different Eace Than the Previous Tine Out and "Won ia Very Easy Manner. Carter Hall's last gelding, Cossack, picked up 119 pounds and easily beat a good field in the third race yestorday at tho Alexander Island course. Coesaek gave away weight to every horso in the race, being entered not to be sold, and proved to bo far superior to tho other.. Knnwator had only to gallop to wlnthetwo-year-old evont, and was n 7 to 5 choice, all the talent beinc down on the Underwood Ally. Detroit was a very different animal yesterday than the previous time out and had but little trouble ia beating the lot opposed to him. Mask also showed up in bettor form than usual and pulled off the second event. ihe attendance was good and the betting ac tive. Summaries- Hoi th...

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

jt ?? "-sj "? "j""'-'' ta'nlri5?!5Bsa5v5;s??H?C- ?rrr3rsaTs:'':' CT,!!s-'5'' r wwwWSjFS'"."?'8 ' "Up-"3"" THE WASHHTGHOK TIMES. EKIDAT. NOVEMBER 16. 1894. I-,---1 The Washington Times fETEET DAT IN THB TK1W OWNED AND ISSUED 3Y The WashinQton Times Company TIMES BUILDIKO, OCTEWXST COBXZZ VEKSBTVUXU. ATXKOT XS3 Texts srarrn Telephone Edltorltl Rooms, S1 Business Office, 337. Trice, Dally Edition!. One Cent. Sunday Edition.. v ......Three Cents. By the month Thlrtj-nve Cents. "Washington, r. a, November ig, ism. Booming, Steadily Booming. THE TIMES ' Grows Day by Day. Watch It. NONE BUT THE BEST. In selecting an inspector of buildings for this city the Commissioners, of course, will look closely into the character and fitness of candidates. That goes without the Faying. But it would seem that something more is necessary than the ordinnry qualifications of a practical carpenter or builder. Times and conditions have changed greatly In Washington since the lateMr.Entwisle was appointed in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 November 1894

jE ASHINTOK TIMES, FRIDAY, NOYEMBEE 16, 1894. 3 BE 1 R ?3.50 Sale. For a few days $3.50 will pur chase a pair of either of the fol lowing priced shoes, viz: Men's $6.00 French Patent Calf Shoes. Men's $6.00 Cordovan Congress Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several stylos Men's 55.00 Sample Shoes, numerous styles. Ladles' S5.00 Button and Lace Shoes. These goods are all hand-sewed and the finest qualities. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. 7. RICH, 919 P. St Highest grades, lowest prices. PEA COAL, $4-25 a ton. CHESTNUT, $5.00. Every ton full honest weight 2, 240 pounds. Economize on your fuel bills by trading with us. Quick delivery. Thos. W. Riley, iffiSS. FOOT llTO-AND 12TH STS. S. W. TELEPHONE, 1754. . I We Speak First ! V For yonr MARKETING orders B Saturdav And we'll ro-ke 5t worto W T your while 10 give them U us. Our 1 B selllnB prwes are down to vbat it W V costs others to buy bee the pric ft R lists in to-day's Star and News and y V tc-mornws hmes. t EmrichBeefCo., Y Q Main Markot and Gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 November 1894

6 TITE WASBXN GrTOK TIMES, FfUDAX, 1NTOYJEMJ3KK 16, ly. GE Your boy an overcoat. Get it HERE and he'll wear one of the dressiest and most fashionable, as well as the most reliable one in town. All the new shapes in popular fabrics at prices that are lower than other folks ask for aijy ordinary sort. See our slide-band yachting caps at 50c. The biggest hat value you ever saw. Blue cloth, black, clay serge, and corduroy; all sizes. See to-day's Post for a new shape in our famous 2100 linen 10c. collars. It's a beauty. Our own design. Very dressy. Robinson, Chery X Go,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Sts. t Only 25c t Special lot of Children's Caps made of best quality Bedford Cord in Navy, f f Tan, Brown, and Gray. A French effect, tigbt fitting, $ with one row of Silk v f Flaiting on edge. Full wide strings to match. f Only 25c. 1 &Ahj3. I 420, 422, 424, and 426 7th St. ? These Men's and Ladies' S12.50 Gold-filled Case Watches are regularly sold for $18. We guarantee t...

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

HPTS-i fv 4 vol.1. :sro. 2i4. WASHIKGT02JT, D. O., SATURDAY MORaSTIlsrQ-, 3STOYEMBER 17, 1894 SIX PAGES. OlsB CENT. WORSE THAH WILD BEASTS Atrocities Practiced by Turkish Sol diers Upon Armenians. WOMEN AND BABES MASSACRED From Sis to Ton Thousand Christians Said to Have Been Elan ghtwred by Order of the Xusiulman Authorities Churches Beck ing with Blood Calloi a Second Hero. IiOKOox, Nov. 16. The chairman of the Armenian Patriotic Association , Q. Hagopian, has sent the following letter, received from an Araeni&n whose name is not given, be cause it would jeopardise his life, to the Earl of Kimberly, the secretary of state for foreign a flairs. The letter is accompanied by one from HagojBan, in whioh he says: "I have no reason to doubt the authenticity of the details. They will be borne out by fuller official reports which have been, or soon wilt be, received from the British agents in Armenia. The events reported are tho re enaetment of tho Bulgarian atrocities, with all tfaei...

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

THE WASHrSTG-TOitf TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1894. 2 TyV'jSv? F jf THE liOiDREDS of dist'ngutsnod citizens, Congressmen, lawyers, doctors, clergymen, andiayinen cured of rcptnro by Dr. Parkor without operations or pain has convinced tho reading and Uiinklng public that ruptures aro 6s curable as any otber common complaint. There are no failures or experiments in Dr. Parker's system of cure. No cur$, no pay. ARICOCELE is the creat destroyer of all that makes life desirable to man. It renders happy marriage Impossible It makes weak, feeble. Jimp, shambling shadows of mon. If you have Varicocele orarosuilerlngfrom nervous debility, mental depression, losses, blood poison, of recent or lone standing. Dr. Tarter can restore you and make you firm, erect, strong, and m&uly as you should be. Consultations freo, private, and confidential, from 9 a. m. to 7 p. en.; Sundays, 16 to 2 o clock. PR, PARKER, 1114 G ST. l W, THE JULIUS LAHSBURGH 1 Furniture end Carpet Go. 1 N.Y.Ave., bet. 13...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 November 1894

DDT OF THE MAMU CLASS Tree Top Landc in a Soft Spot and Won Very Easily. COSSAL a DEA1 EN BY THE START Trank B, Harf, by Virtue of Fivo lengths1 Advantopo at Flagfall, Got Homo Before tho Alexander Island Crack Jockey Carter Showed Ham and Clare Pointers on rinish. Treo Top, a two-year eld wTilch started first at St Asaph and is now running at Alexander island, succeeded in Betting out el the maiden olass yesterday by winning tho fourth raco from a big field of bonten two and three year olds. She wa-. the favorite and carried a good deal of money opening at 5 to 1 and closing Et S to 5. Oossaek'a chances of winning In the third event were destroyed by Starter Cas sidj giving Frank It. Harf five lengths the best of the send off. Jockey Carter won the second raco wjth Markstone by clearly outrldinj; Ham nnd Ciare. The Jattorwas on Mask, the besthorso, but could not help his mount at tho finish. Assistant Starter " Minch " got into an alter cation with owner Miko Daly just before flag ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 November 1894

xHB "VyASHUfTG-Tutf TJ3II5S, SATU11DAT, JTOViEiMJBEH 17. 1894. Tha Washington Times ffiTEST DiT IN TUS TEABJ OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BOTLDINO, eClTETTrST COEKZE 1'EJfXKTXV.lNU. AVrKUE AJf Tenth Siutex. Telephone EcUeriel Booms, 431 Business OJBco, 3;7. , Trice, Daily Edition OneCet. Sunday Edition Three Cents. Bl the month ..Tlilrty-fiTe Cents. ASHII.GTON, D. C, NOVEMBERS, 1891. Booming, StBadilu Boominfl. TT7 rHE TT7 riMES Grows-Day by Day. Watch It. PAY OF THE FIREMEN. Nearly forty thousand names nre nlready attached to the petition to Congress for au in crease of the pay of members of the lire de partment, and it is quite probable that this number will be largely augmented before the Uret Monday in December. The fact that the taxpayers themselves ask that this increase be made speaks volumes for the justice of the re uesr. There is no class of public servants whoso time Is so completely devoted to the require ments of their positionB and whose activ...

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