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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 April 1894

iStslSiBSTSvSS - .-mf jJ; AV iMtf- THE WASHTffGrTOX TIMES, FRIDAY, APEIL 13, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSHLNG; City Editor: EMORT FOSTER. Office: HUTCHINS BUILDING, COKXEit Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. Price, Dally Edition OneCenL Sunday Edition Five Cents. Ily carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 13, 18D1. The Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia; Fair; northerly winds; slightly warmer. 9 9 ! Canvass for 9 9 9 9 9 The Times! 9 There are numerous easy y ways to do it. ft Show copies to your friends, q and let it work; Talk about it everywhere, it V is an interesting topic; 0 Ask the merchants, all of ft them, big and small, if J they advertise in it; Y Send news to it that might 0 bo printed. n t ? 9 f Take an Interest 9 9 in It Every Way. 9 (0(-06-'C'4' TIMES ADVERTISING...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 April 1894

,-. w-,?-, -."-'-l - r S"T "" Wl'SCtKSji' pH?i?-4i r- '-Ms -"" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. s You will have ft. To move faster Than Coxey's army in order to secure a pair of these SPRING SHOES or-OXFORDS at these Bargain Prices, viz: 1 lot Ladles' S3 Dongola Button Shoes, Patent Tip, for $1.50. 1 lot Ladles' S3 High Russia Bluchers forS1.95. 1 lot Ladles' S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords forS1.50. 1 lot Ladies' S2.50 Dongola, Patent Tip, Oxfords for S1.50. Your size is here to-da', but may not be to-morrow. The Warren Shoe House, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F Street. K Good Deal ftboilt Corsets, A short timo ag3 all tlio beautiful corsets cemo from France. Women who went to Paris to shop wcro faultlessly fitted; thoso who bought from the importers were not so successful. Now flno corsets are made in America, and in stjle, finish, and workman ship they are equal to the best productions of any foreign manufacture. Trench corsets aro made for French women, and do not fit tho America...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 April 1894

''pwwjMsaiaMg &&?$& !$& ? pifTr' THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. TRY US Ifc ANY DEPARTMENT, Suits, Overcoats, or Fur nishings for YOURSELF or the BOYS, and you'll find us prepared to serve with proper, stylish, season able garments. A bigger and a better line than ever before, and all of them guaranteed full value for the prices asked. Men's Suits and Overcoats, $io to $40. Children's Suits from $3.50 to $15. FURNISHINGS for both Men and Boys at LESS than USUAL prices. Shall we see you to-day or to morrow? Robinson, Cheryl Go., I2th and F Sts. N. W. Chr- Heurich Brewing Co., Brewers of Strictly Pure Beers. 1221-1233 20th St. N.W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Telephone, 11SS. ap!3-lm 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...

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

f3?i saapjifiggiarsf-Jiswg INiPWMWf THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. INTO. 28. WASHELSTGrTO, D. C, SATURDAY MORoNTtfGr, APRIL 14, 1894. ONE CEXT. ijia"zg. 2- rW FORCED TO REED'S METHODS Democratic Caucus Instructs the Com mittee to Report a New Rule. WILL FORCE A QUORUM COUNT Tho Issue Comes Up Over the Do Armond Bes olntion, Which Was Carried by a Two Thirds Majority Perhaps Another Czar Will Sit To-day Tho Speaker's Plea. After a very heated session of two hours una a halt tho Democratic caucus yesterday afternoon decided by a voto of 80 to 41 to in struct tho Committee on Rules to report a new rule to ascertain and roeord tho presence of a quorum, whether voting or not. Practi cally all the Democratic members of tho House attended tho caucus. After sorao re marks on different wajsof securing a quorum by Messrs. Bland, Outhwaite. and Pendleton, Speaker Crisp took tho floor aud mado a vigorous speech, pointing out tho dcplorablo position in which tho House found itself on account of co...

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

-- - isf- -a-vfi (&i!t&gQ-rSr'f? fr ,-&-1? THE WASHIXGTOlSr TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1894. The Washington Times Ecry Bay in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSH ILL CUSI1ING; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HLTCIIINS I1UILDING. lor.NE!t Tenth ind D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 237-3 Business Office, S37-2. Trice, Dally Edition OnoCent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by tho week. .....Ton Cents TRADES (lit; ) COUNCILI? -.K. Li&JaylK2S- WASHINGTON. D. C, AFI'.IIi 14. 1S0L Weather forTodav. District of Columbia, Marjlund, and Vir ginia, fair, anaUe winds, slightly warmer. The Ladies, Bless Them; They are the real retail buyers. They buy for tho homes, for everj thing. In fact. They spend most of our money; They aro tho persons to adver tise to. Tne Times is a profitable adver tising medium, because it goes to the homes. The Times Goes to the Homes, A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER. The motto of The Times i...

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

SmM -, -vwtieggaf THE WASHEN'GTO TIMES, SATUBDAY, APRIL 14, 1894. 3 o Gold Dol lars for 50c Couldn't bo any cheaper than theso two special values for to-Jap 100 Beautifully Trimmed ' S3.49 lints, aciuauy ronn t'j. for M tlozcn White Lawn Waists, with embroidered chapeau froutu and sleeves, worth $1.23 and $1.50, TO-DAY.... 49c LONDON BAZAR, 715 Market Space. Open for Subscription First Paj'ineiit. Equitable Co-operative Building Association, The twenty-seventh Issue of stock is open for subscription and first payment, which can be made at the oClco of tho as sociation daily from 9 a in. to 4.30 P- m. Shares, $i50 monthly. Four per cent in terest per annum U guaranteed. Upon maturity of shares full earnings are paid. LOANS. Tnosowho have property to pay for, mortpages to pay off, or contemplate building, bhould ascertain the terms and advantages upon which meney Is loaned by the Kqultablo Co-operative Building Association. Loan? are made fn any amount desired, from tlOO upward. Seven...

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

"js; jp THE WASHIKGTOK' TIMES, SATURDAY, APBIL 14, 1894. C1 HERE'S A WATCH Good enough for any man or boy to carry. It is IMPORTED; made of GERMAN SILVER; is a stemwinder and setter, a hand some ornament, and keeps COR RECT TIME. You can get one absolutely FREE of COST, as we present one with every cash purchase amounting to ten dollars or more. Your boy needs new clothes. Buy them of US, we guarantee you better value for your money than any other store in town, and the boy will appreciate the watch. Children's Suits from $3.50 to $15, all styles, all reliable fabrics, and all the new colors and patterns. Variety enough to please everybody, and not a poor garment in the house. We never do have. There is an unparalleled selection of Neckwear at 50c in our Furnishings Department; other peo ple ask 75c and $x for worse ones. All other fur nishings in same proportion. Robinson, Gheru & Co., Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. uman Pedals Shod . at About HoSI Price I lot Ladles' S3 Donola Butto...

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

?-,!? THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOIi. 1. NO. 29. WASHDTGrTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOIimNGr, APKIL 15, 1894. FIVE CENTS. r - --;rf-j a Ty.sf"1 s V . ZEBULON B. VANCE DEAD The Senator Sudden from North Carolina a Victim of Apoplcy. TRIBUTES FOND AND HEARTY Detail! of a Sorrowful Sickness Bits of Gossip About the Succession Sketch of an Honorable ana Interesting Career. Flans About the Funeral. Senator Tanco, of North Carolina, died nt 10.40 o'clock last night at his residence, 1C27 Massachusetts avenue, of heart falluro. At his bcdsldo were, his -wife, his son and daughter-in-law. Sir. and Mrs. Charles Vaneoj his stepson, Mr. Harry Martlu; Judge Will iam A. Hoko and daughter, Dr. Fitter, Dr. Thomas Allison, Dr. W. W. Johnson, and Dr. Sterling Ruflln. About tho 1 Jtb. of last November the Sena tor contracted a savero case of tho grip. Ho was confined to hi3 room for somo tinio. ADout a month ago ho went to riorida. Tor a time it seemed as though ho was im prov in,; down In that sunny climate, but ...

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

. & 1 igj.-zq, JV-fS TSfK- THE WASHIKGrTCKN" TIMES, StfytfAY, APRIL 15, 1894. COXEYITES FIND TROUBLE Despite Trials and Discouragements the Men Keep Up Their Spirits. TKO LOST IN A .BLIZZARD Ono Bond Arrested and Another Suffers from Exposure in the Mountains Dispute Be tween Browne and Smith Over Authority. General Coxey Will Settlo the Dispute. Gbaststiixe, Md., April It Thcnembors of tho little army of tho commonweal, which is slowly but surely moving on to Washing ton, pissed a fairly comfortable night, as conslaerod from their standpoint. The trip of the past three dnv 3 has been a wonderful test of ph steal endurance of man and beast. W hllo the men have borno up bra ely, even attempting to Leep up their spirits with song and jest whilo wading in snow and mud, with tho storm penetrating their rags, the lorses bavo been tho greatest sufferers. Trom tho start two horses have been attached to the commissary, band, and supply wagons. Tho long march had told on tho animals befo...

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

ff!s 'jn?sfrffi & ,-jvwaM-yi THE WASHDTGTON' TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1894. 3 CURRENT SPORTING GOSSIP Another Racing Bill Introduced in the Housc for the District. 'ILL ENFORCE PROPER ORDER Washington Club Management Intend Fro venting Any Disorderly Condnct on the Part of Spectators attho Ball Park Tho League Season Opens Noit Thursday. Iteprcsentativo Hayes, of Iowa, has Intro duced a bill providing that the act to suppress gambling in the District ol Columbia 6hall not apply to bookmaking at any regular meeting of any jockey club or racing association In tho District conducted on mile tracks beyond three-quarters of a milo from the cities of Washington and Georgetown between April 1 nnd November SO, proUdcd that tho club or association has not used their track for meet ings to exceed eighteen dajs during this pe riod in any one year. Trom the above it would appear as If tho Ecnning people still bao hopes of being ablo to race this j ear. Provided tho above bill should becomo ...

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

a i ct- ' -v" '-.-urJ'.-M & -f&r&-&f S?f THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STOPAY, APHIL 15, 1894. The Washington Times (Lcry Day in the Year) OWXED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Fublishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CCSniXO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUTCIIINS BUILDING, ConsEit Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business OGlcc, 337-2. rrleo. Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Fivo Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. T R A D E sfe $ aPQUgi QIU WASHINGTON, D. C, APEIL 15. 1S9L Tlio Weather To-day. For the District ol Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, clear, followed by cloudy weather; east winds and slightly warmer. Livelier Every Day. Breezier, newsier, bettcr-ua- natured. moro in earnest; This is tho dally history of The Times. Everybody notices it; Many speak of it; But stcaJy. now, show tho paper to a friend ! Talk about it, praise it, kick about it. But talk about it ! Show It to Some body Every Day. TO SENATOR .MORRILL. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 April 1894

" cHr 'J1' ". -'H-'.-'"- viwi&Js- fRs",. 'mrs Jwfcftiw'ESBsin'WTsss?'"5: t-' f-'-v,. f THE "WASHEffGrTON TIMES, STJITOAY, APRIL 15, 1894. w - J WE CAN'T WAIT ON CONGRESS If it dela3'S much longer. Be fore it comes to the relief of the business of the country there will be no business in the country for it to relieve. We are going to hustle for ourselves and you atthe same time, by cutting all the profit right off and throwing it in your lap for the taking. 3Sc Window Shados, with spring, for 19c, SI GO N ottlngham Laco Curtains lor SVe. SIM Nottingham Laces for SiTS ST.50 Tambour Swies Laces ror JiiJ !" Chenille Portieres for U. SaoOCnenllla Portieres, dado top and bottom, tor $4.10 10 Chenille rortlcrcs for $3.90. 40 vards of 15c Matting for J3 S3. 30c Heavy Jolntless 1- ancy Matting for 19c. $3.15 bmyrna Hues for $1 SO N-i-ii-myrnaKuEsforSilO , T5c Lowell All-wool Ingrain Carpets for Sic 75c 1 npestry Brussels Carpets for 59c. (1 S3 Brussels Carpets for SI. $4 DO Upholstered B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 April 1894

ifW frt'-'o-1 6 THE WASHEN'GTON TIMES, SOTTDAY, APBHj 15, 1894. Haim't You Realized daring the "hard tlmos" which have ex isted for some months post, that an amount cf money laid aside to meet such a contingency would have been tho greatest blessing of your Ufa Don't he caught In the same position again. Open an account with The Union Savings Bank, 1SS F STREET N. W. EFFour per cent Interest on ordinary savings accounts. nr"Open until 5 p. m. on Government 'pay days, and Saturday evenings from 6 to K. 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, Sir, MS, Ml, ftS, SEVENTH STREET, AND ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 April 1894

-'t5Sinaff:599S5f?ieS?s SSPSflPf! 5?4Ss(ra PPSf THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TjyDAY, APRIL 15, 1894. f QUAY'S STATISTICAL MIND He Has His State's Census Kcad for the Information of His Colleagues. HE SAYS IT IS INTERESTING Gallinger Acts as Jack-in-the-Fulpit for His Confrero What Thsre "Was of Quay's Speech "Was Part an and Ilonotonons With Ho How Arguments. Senator Quay, ot Pennsylvania, delivered ft rather monotonous but well considered epeeeh on the tariff bill yesterday to a com paratively small audience of Senators and nearly empty galleries. ' He spoke in part as follows: Tho Senalo of ten United Mates is confronted with disappointment It is prleved By tho fail ure of one of its most dignified, important and responsible committees to rite to tno opportu nity intrusted to Uie distinguished nbllity of its members when the pcndlnR tariff till as re ferred to their Judl Jul scrutiny and o ipert re vision. It was hoped, and with apparent reason for the hope, that ivhen this bill entered ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 April 1894

-vlafe"?' . 1 '-,'a8'-tt8JR'S,S?5S "&&?&FTVgE5 -TH& WASBmQrrOlX TIMES, SUNDAY, APEIL 15, 1894. 8 What a Lot Of HAPPY Boys, and Men, too, who can tell you the CORRECT TIME this morning, with OUR compli ments. Just FOUR HUNDRED and SIX of them, and, besides receiving such a handsome and practical present, they are wearing the nobbiest, dressiest, and best-fitting garments to be seen upon our streets. Come in and let us supply j'our Spring Clothes. We guarantee to sell ypu as low or lower than any one . else will for the same qualities, and FIT you better. You won't complain of poor sewing, bad trimmings, or cheap material if you wear OUR garments. $io to $40 for Men's Suits and Overcoats, and every gar ment is perfect. We never have any other kind. Robinson, Ghery & Co., Clothiers and Furnishers, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F St. N. W. GOXBY AND HIS ARMY WILL NEED CLOTHES when they get here. But that's not a circumstance compared with the vast army of WASHINGTONIANS who n...

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

WbmP? -"SEt -z&vy THE WASHINGTON TIMES f TOL. 1. NO. 30. WASIUN'GTCXKr, D. C, MONDAY MOKISTESTG, APRIL 16, 1894. OE CEtfT. SHE WILL SHUN THE STAGE Miss Pollard Will Not Appear Before the Footlights. HER FUTUKB PLANS UNKNOWN How Suffering from Nervous Prostration at a Quiet Hospital on Capitol Hill A Highly Sensational Interview With Her Friend, Mrs. Brown, in Cincinnati Mis Madeline Pollard Is tho most talked of person in Washington since tho outcome of her Ions brench of promiso suit against Con gressman Breckinridgo. As might hav o been expected with n woman of her temperament, the long strain of tho trial culminated in a nervous collapse, and she is now suffering from nervous prostration. She w as taken Saturday night to tho rrovi denco hospital, nCatholic institution, in a quiet part of the city, on Capitol Hill, where she is being attended by tho sisters of charity. The attending physicians say that when she has recovered from tho immediate effects of her collapse following...

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

THE TTASKPTGTQy TIMES, MONDAY, APItrL 16, 1894. 2 The Washington Times (Etcry Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times - - Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CCSHISQ; City Editor: EMORT FOSTER. Office: HUTCHIXS BUILDING, CORNER TENTH AND D STKEETS NORTHWEST. Telephone Editorial Rjoms, 337-3. Business O."nco, J37-2. Price, Dally Edition Ono Cent. Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, APIIIL 1C. 1891. Read To-morrow's TIMES ! It will contain the pretty little story; Its news reports will be tbe eompletest and the brief est; ' Its news for women will be worth dollars to them; It will contain all tbo gossip of the day; It is The best as well as the cheapest! The Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, fair; southeast winds; warmer, ex cept in western part of Virginia. CO-OPERATE-REALLY! The Times is n co-operative enterprise. Thousands of the work-a-day people of Wash ington have organized it, and the...

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

v!Pif! 5PHE -WASHriSrGTQN TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1894. 8 Human Pedals Shod at About Half Price I lot Ladles' S3 Dongola Button Shoes, . . SI.50 I lot Ladles' S3 High Russia Bluchers . . 1.95 1 lot Ladles' $2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords, 1.50 Hot Ladles' S3 VIcI Kid Oxfords . . L50 1 lot Ladles' S2 Dongola Oxfords . . 1.35 i lot Men's S2.75 Shoes .... LOO 1 lot Men's S3.50 Congress Shoes . . 1.75 Thousands of Other Bargains in Fresh SPRING GOODS. The Warren GEO. W. RICH, ' THE PHYSIOLOGY OF LOVE Nuggets from Er. Faoli Kcntegaiza's Arti clo in the Popular Science Monthly. Ho who has loved nnJ has been loeJ, even for n day, has no right to curse lire. Beyond tho second edition marriages belong to the history of mummies and fossils. Never marry tho daughter of your sweet heart, espcclnllj if tho latter is jet nlio. Modern enilizatlon is preparing for woman the sweet possibility of living single and happy. Man, feu above all things tho coquette; she will sin a hundred times more than tho...

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

' 'yiffftr imimm0&ix Ss&&&'bmsttZSZE&e&4ft WBK'jJi klW IWA J f I I Li leUJVSJ 143Tfifcllf vH if pSVSSjaF ."fj 'c?iJ -"""?jV --x-v- -L'i;l.,--5."uJ-' :2JST-tV " JPi W-1 THE WASHINGTON TJ3IES, MONDAY, APBIL 16, 1894. The Shoe Pinches. Thejittle fellows of tlie trade don't like the idea of us giving our patrons a hand some present in addition to selling BETTER CLOTHES for the money THAN THEY CAN. We didn't think they would, but we want your approval, not theirs, and shall con tinue to present one of those elegant IMPORTED stem winder, CORRECT TIME KEEPING, GERMAN SILVER WATCHES with every cash purchase of ten dollars or more, and guaran tee better clothing values than any one else can give for the same money, too. If you shouldn't think "so you are privileged to return the goods and get your mouer. $10 to $40 is the range of prices for Men's buits and Overcoats, and WE'LL FIT you PROPERLY. Robinson, Ghery $ Go., I2th and F Sts. N. W. PERSONAL. A ll rassoxs HAVIN...

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

PiiliiipiP U&m&&s&' ' ws!i&&&zm$ 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOIi. 1. UO. 31. TVASIDDGTOlSr, D. C, TUESDAY MORNTNG, APRIL 17, 1894. OjE CENT. '&m&Fm ANTICIPATING HIS ARRIVAL District Officials Preparing to Rc cehe Coxey's Army. THE MILITIA STANDING READY A Eeport States That the Industrial leader Will Be a Candidate for the Presidency. He Hires Canal Boats to Float Away from Cumberland The Other Armies. Washington authorities, civil nnd military, are beginning to take an active interest in tho arrival of Coxey's army. As tho commonweal approaches and tho stories of detachments from various cities begin to bo authenticated tho outlook for n rather troublesomo problem tor District authorities to solve bocomes bright. The question i, W hat -will bo done with tho Coxeyites after thoy disband? Tho Individual members of tho army will bo without means to get out of tho city, and Gen. Coxey has disclaimed all intention of leading away tho men he brings in. It ...

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