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

-'mimm11 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APEJX 17, 1894. The Washington Times (Ev cry Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSHINO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: IIUTCUINS BU1LDI.G, Corner Tenth an D Streets NORTnwiST. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business omce, 337-1 Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. C,ITRAqE.WICOUNClD WASHINGTON. D. C, ArRH. 17, 1S9L Tlic Weather To-Jaj. For District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia: Fair, warmer, with south winds. 53$ Newsier and Brighter. The Times each day. Only four pages In all, But all the ncw3 in them and much besides The story, the woman's page, the miscellany, and the gossip Talk about The Times! The Timfs Will Justify Your Praise ! ir each sunsciiini it got another. It has proved a popular notion, this Idea that if each subscriber to The Times got another. It has been no trouble, but, on the contrary, a pleasure...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 April 1894

yTi-S? I THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1894. 3 I I V iuman Pedals Shod at About Half Price 1 lot Ladles' S3 Dongola Button Shoes, . . $1.50 Hot Ladles' S3 High Russia Bluchers . . 1.95 I lot Ladles' S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords, 1.50 Hot Ladles' S3 VIcI Kid Oxfords . . . 1.50 1 lot Ladles' S2 Dongola Oxfords . . 1.35 1 lot Men's S2.75 Shoes .... 1.00 I lot Men's $3.50 Congress Shoes . . 1.75 Thousands of Other Bargains in Fresh SPRING GOODS. The Warren GEO. W. RICH, With Regard to the Latest Gowns Dress was never so flnoan art as it is now, and yetneer was there a time that a woman had to spend so littlo time and thought on her attire, for everything seems to bo planned out for her and she finds that more caro and bet ter tasto than ever have boon put into tho fashions thi9 season, and as a result tho styles are remarkably pretty. Quito in contrast to tho prosaic character of the winter goods, this is ROing to bo a fancy season, and all the colors are light, even in the h...

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

!5s'!PU5epfftfiSJ&tFiS" "jsv? a ''wiM s a-?; BW JiWJJF )CW?1 raswp?' Pa?" KJgS T " " I 1 - ,. r f j,". fc. H f- THE "WASHINGTON' TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1894. ANOTHER Good day yesterday, and more well-dressed Men and Boys who sing OUR praises. Come in and let us show you the biggest variety of the handsomest garments you ever saw. If we can't suit you with a Spring Suit or Overcoat no one in this town can, for we have the pick of the products of all the LEADING makers. See our $io, $12, $15, $18, and $20 Suits they are beau ties, the best in town at the prices, and those at $25, $30, $35. ad $40 are un approachable in fashion, fin ish, or fit by any other gar ments anywhere. Don't forget to get a watch it's FREE with every cash pur chase of $10 or more. Robinson, 'GhBru Go., I2th and F Sts. N. W. MARKET WAS QUITE ACTIYE Sugar and Chicago Gas Were the Feat ures of Speculation. fKICES SHOWED AN ADVANCE Better Trade Prospects Supposed to bo Ee sponsible for the Large Purchases in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 April 1894

&ig&iw&i&m THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. NO. 32. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, ARGIL 18, 1894. ONE CENT. "fispJ!!!! v CONGRESS FINALLY COERCED Democrats Accept the Ex-Speaker's Doctrine as Gracefully as Possible. VERY FEW OPPOSING VOICES Republican Leader Receives Congratulations from his Friends on his Success He Gensronsly Grants All His Time on the Floor to Domocrats Who Wish to Protest The nouso yesterday by an overwhelming vote decided to adopt a quorum-counting rulo which for nil practical purposes is the same as that which ox-Speaker Itecd of Malno inaugurated during tho rifty-flrst Congress, and which won for him a world-wido reputa tion. Neither unduo excitement nor tu multuous scenef marked tho crushing of tho old legislative barriers. Mr. Heed and the Ropuolicans generally wero in a delightful humor ovor tho victory they had achieved. Those n ho expected Mr. Reed would taunt and gibo his political adversaries with their alleged inconsistency w ore di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 April 1894

mmvMpwmw THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year) OWNED AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MAItSIIAIX CCSHING; City Editor: EMOnr FOSTER. Office: HUTCHINS BUILDING. COHER TENTH AND D STREETS NORTHWEST. Telephone Editorial llooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by tho week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C., APRIL 18. 1S9L The Weather To-day. District Columbia and Maryland clear, fol lowed by cloudy weather, southeast winds; Virginia fair, southoast winds; cooler In west ern portion. "The Times" Is for Sale That is what it is published for; That is why it is tho most complete and readable newspaper in 'Washing ton; it's All In four pages and all for a cent, remember. The Times is only too glad to be be brought in con trast with any other Washington dally. It's Only a Cent a Day ! THIS IS BUSINESS. Miscreants, boys, mischievous Idle some bodie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 April 1894

" -WBo! wafciSEjip THE WASHINGTON TITOS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1894. 3 luman Pedals Shod 1 lot Ladies' S3 Dongola Button Shoes, . . SI. SO 1 lot Ladles' S3 HIh Russia Bluchers . . 1.95 1 lot Ladles' S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords, L50 I lot Ladies' S3 VIcI Kid Oxfords . . . 1.50 1 lot Ladies' S2 Dongola Oxfords . . 1.35 1 lot Men's $2.75 Shoes .... 1.00 1 lot Men's S3.50 Congress Shoes . . 1.75 Thousands of Other Bargains in Fresh SPRING GOODS. The Warren GEO. W. RICH, The Reason Why so Many Men Are Single Grant Allen, an Englishman, has been dis covering why men do not marry. IIo has put himself on record in tho Westminster Budget as enlisted on tbo woman's side. Women are so accustomed to bearing tho blame of things that for a long timo they were qulto blurted into believing that it was their cxtravaganco and independence that was hindering young men from rusnlnginto tho toils of matrimony. Then, jou rcmomber, wo women rttnhatod by accusing tho men of selflbncs and dubs and cozy bach...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 April 1894

tftofr&frSiW &af ' i. THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APEHi 18, 1894. AN OPEN OFFICE OF CHAS. BAUM, 416 Seventh St. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 14, 1894. Having determined to retire from business, I offer my entire stock for sale, cither in bulk or at retail. Applications as to buying the entire stock in bulk and the renting of my buildings can be addressed to me by mail or in person. To answer the many inquiries as to the reason. for my sud den determination I will state that I have contemplated going out of business for some time, as I have been actively employed indoors for nearly thirty years, and I require more active, out door life. assure the people of Washington and all those interested that until the curtain falls upon my commercial career I shall endeavar to fulfill all that promise. The discounts herein ad vertised will be carried out to the letter. , first contemplated closing my establishment until all goods were marked down, but this would consume considerable an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 April 1894

WW!nwrW?sWwWfw V -i JT--5- l"vr 3S!r r THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL. 1. NO. 33. WASHTtfGrTOIsr, D. C THURSDAY MOKNTtfGr, APRIL 19, 1894. OjSTE CENT. Kf IV GREAT NORTHERN STRIKE It Is Spreading in AH Directions in the Northwest. MAILS BEING BADLY DELAYED A Restraining Order Issued By a Judge at St. Paul Tho Government Will Watch tho Mails and Attempt to Forward Postal Hatter The Men Confident St. Pact., Minn., April 19. Tho order for tho Great Northern men to striko at Minneap olis has been issued. It at first read for 7 o'clock in tho morning, hut was later changed for 1 o'clock this morning (Thursday). This will mean that tho entire svstem will bo tied uo unless tho restraining order of tho courts can get it running at onco. MARSHALS ON THE TRAINS. The Men are Peaceable but rirm North Dakota Yv ithout Mails. St. Taul, April 18. Tho judge's restrain ing order on tho strikers wa3tumod over to deputies by tho United States marshal and they went out in force on two trains to-day. Thcso tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 April 1894

CTSS3aJgpajWg &.. vjl i"rris -. .". wsrwi i jre? Ji ""t-5f?C ' 5 THE WASHIKGTOIT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times - Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSBINQ; City Editor I EMORY FOSTER Office: UUTCIIINS BUILDING, corner Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-3. rrice. Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriors, by the week Ten Cents. TRADSjW)CqUNCiLlp WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 19. 1831. The Weather To-day. For District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, possibly liglit showers, but fair dur ing the greater portion of tbo day; southern winds; warmer except in the western portion of Virginia. Nine-Tenths Of OiJr Money Is spent by the ladies, bless theml They read TDK TIMES eagerly. (All who can get hold of it) Merchants appreciate this. . That is why they advertise in The Times. MoroOTor, the thousands of friends of The Times su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 April 1894

S!?!!SS!l,!- 'tM " Tj-B -.-(fv-iv p- w -Si---i6 V, THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUBSDAT, APRIL 19, 1894. Mian Pedals Shod 1 lot Ladles' S3 Dongola Button Shoes, . . S1.50 1 lot Ladles' S3 High Russia Bluchers . . 1.95 1 lot Ladles' S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords, 1.50 Hot Ladles' S3 Vlcl Kid Oxfords . . . L50 1 lot Ladles' S2 Dongola Oxfords . . 1.35 1 lot Men's S2.75 Shoes .... LOO 1 lot Men's $3.50 Congress Shoes . . 1.75 Thousands of Other Bargains in Fresh SPRING GOODS. The Warren GEO. W. RICH, , The Woes of the Newly Married. They were young married folk, and wero mating us a Sunday afternoon calL Wo were young married folk, too, and, as wo four wero all but strangers in the city, wo did consider able iiting among ourseh es, says a writer in the St. Louis Heroic We had pretty well exhausted all general topics, this afternoon, and wero stretching stray suggestions into com ersations. Wo wero boarding, so we had no domestic affairs of our owu, and we had exchanged opinions of our rcspect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 April 1894

"" --"w5Ws'-i.' WHsWJriiJift-aa'p(Bggl THE TVASHINGTOIT TIMES1, THUBSDAT, APBUi 19, 1894. V 4 At Fifteen Dollars. While we have a choice line of Men's Suits at all prices from $io to $40, we have laid ourselves out on our FIFTEEN DOLLAR grade. Long Cut Sacks and Dove Tail Cutaway Frocks in all of the popular weaves Black and Blue, Cheviot and Clay diagonal, and mixed Tweeds and Cassi nieres variety enough to give every man in Wash ington a satisfactory choice, and WE'LL FIT YOU PERFECTLY or we don't want your money. Come HERE for satisfactory clothing. Robinson, Ghery Go., I2th and F Sts. N. W. THIS MATTER OF FURLOUGHS Another Printer Discusses the rainier Method in the G. P.O. THINKS NO UNION MAN OBJECTS The Plan Has Been to Give Work, if Only a Little, to as Many as Possible Will Bene dict Be Confirmed Efforts to Hasten Action by the Senate Committee. "I am astonished that union printers should be kicking because several hundred other union printers have not been discharged from t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 April 1894

ivt7 e wk&ww&&iytmmi r"m THE WASHINGTON TIMES i i VOL. 1. NO. 34. WASHTtfGTOHSr, D. C, FRIDAY MOBlNTtfGr, APEIL 20, 1894. ONE CENT. mmmww ' ks. DALTON BROTHERS NO MORE Deputy Marshals Engage In a Bloody Fight with the Outlaws. A CPXL'LICTWITH THE ROBBERS Three Ringleaders Killed on the Spot Two Deputy Marshals, a Woman, and Her littlo Daughter Shot During the Fierce En counterBorder Hufflani Exterminated . TcnnT, Okla., April 19. News was received here this morning by a messenger that a terri ble light occurred ubout forty miles east of here, near Ewen mountain, yesterday even ing and last night. The noted outlaws, Bill Dalton, BiUDoolon, and another outlaw said to be Bitter Creek, were tilled dead on tlio spot, and a woman and her little daughter wero killed, as were also two deDuty marshals. Marshal Kir, of Oklahoma, has been plan ning for some days to catch the Dalton gang, and Marshal Eurrel Cox, with Hock Thomas and Dill Tighemann, of Terry, and a crowd of fourteen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 April 1894

v,.'- w- rwwsBtwr-:pj;:x Wjf--W!- SSiJSS! THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year) OWNKU AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor l MARSHALL CUSHINO; City Editors EMORY FOSTER. Office: IIUTCMNS BUILDING. COKSZR TrsTO AND D STREETS NORTHWEST. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Offlco, S37-3. Trico, Dally Edition .... Ono Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHLXGTOX, D. 0., APRIL 20, 1891. Tlio Weather To-day. For District ol Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, local showers In the morning, but generally fair during tho day; southwesterly winds; slightly cool Friday night. t j Work for Another ! Five Thousand! Add Ave thousand to the circulation of TnE Times; Make Its circulation, not merely the next largest In 'Washington, But mako it half as largo as the circulation of the Star! It is easy enough, if every body does his little. It Is Tery easy for the thou sands of friends '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 April 1894

-- -X- -.nsiyr-iSXJ -HW (-, '"s-i" :y,i14rW-fj'rt?fJ''iS(5P5p! S? -"iS4rt " i985833 THE "WASHriirGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1894. Human Pedals Shod at About Halt Price 1 lot Ladles' S3 Dongola Button Shoes, . . $1.50 1 lot Ladles' S3 High Russia Bluchers . . 1.95 I lot Ladles' S2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords, 1.50 Hot Ladles S3 Vicl Kid Oxfords . . . 1.50 1 lot Ladles' S2 Don&ola Oxfords . . 1.35 1 lot Men's S2.75 Shoes .... LOO I lot Men's S3.50 Congress Shoes . . 1.75 Thousands of Other Bargains in Fresh SPRING GOODS. The Warren GEO. VV. RICH, K Treatise on Prettu Interiors. Yon do not requlro costly hangings, rich paintings nnd bronzes, and oriental carpets to mako your rooms a dream of elegance nnd luxury. By utilizing the things at hand that will tend to simplicity and harmony you may bo able to deceive tho trained eyo of your opulent caller Into bcllolng that your little drnwing-room is tho very extravagance of luxury. The combination of utility and beauty is much better t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 April 1894

?FSi?PHiHP!9piPP THE "WASHTN'GrTON TIMES; FRIDAY, -APBUi 20, 1894. .- r- Is Your Boy One of the many happy ones who have STARTED WITH A VICTORY 'TIS A FEAT TO FIT FEET v t Get on of these elegant IM1-OKTED. stom-wlndlng OEHMAN S1LVEU Watches. It is a handsoiuo ornament, and will keep COltliLCT tlmo. It is ABSOLUTELY FHEE with every cash pur chaso amounting to $10 or more. They're convincing. Robinson, Ghery k Go,, Twelfth and F Sts. M W. BATTLE OF LEXIKGTON. Daughters of the Revolution Celebrate the Anniversary at Kendall Green. The ono hundred and nineteenth anniversary of tho battle of Lexington was appropriately celebrated by tho Daughters of tho American devolution trith a carden party and enter tainment yesterday afternoon on tho lawns of Kendall Green. lieprcsentativcs of tho four chapters of tho District wcro present, and were received by Mrs. Draper, of tho Dolly JIadlson Chapter, who resides at tho institute. Mrs. Gen. Heath and tho regents of ether chapters as sisted in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 April 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES i "WASHINGTON, D. C, SATUBDAY MOBNING,, APBHj 21, 1894. VOL. 1. NO. 35. ONE CENT. MONDAY THE MARCHING DAY Cowy Kill Kcmain in Hagerstown Until Fair Weather. BROWNE fN FULL COMMAND Gen. Coxey leaves for New York to Attend a Horse Sale Will Try and Arrange Ex cursion Bates for May 1 The Last Order Issued By His Chief Lieutenant lUannsTOWN-, Md., April 20 Gen. Coxey lelt bis nrmy at this town to-night for notour (lays' absenco in New York, during which time he will stop at tho Ilotcl Imperial and Will attend tho sale of some of Us Kentucky thoroughbreds. Besides this ho will try to arrange with tho railroads for excursion rates to Washington for tho demonstration on May J. It is from this nrrangement that ho hopes to get tho greiter Dart of his crowd in tho citj. Should this plansuceeed, ho nud Browne (tacl-u-o that there will bo no trouble in get ting 50,000 pooplo to tho capital besides thoso on the road. To prevent any conflict of authority be tween Jesso Coxey ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 April 1894

-B9!!nrtWPS Ksassw &W&8m!. I THE WASHTtfGTO TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day in tho Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSniNQ; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: UUTCIIINS BUILDING. CORh'EE TENTH AKD D STREETS NOKTHWIST. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, 837-4 Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents, ITR AD E S.J&tSClS WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 21. 1894. The Weather. Forecast for District of Columbia, Mary land, and Virginia, showers, clearing In tbo morning; westerly winds, and cooler, except In western portions of Virginia. Fiill Associated J Press Reports t Grace the columns of Tnx Times. They brighten and complete them: ? Other features of this paper make it unique, irresist ible; It Is not merely tho dull, dreary monotonous, com monplaco chronicler and rehash of tho news of the day, so-called. It is a dally companion in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 April 1894

rUSGjgJjystfjPS! ?fir-t-3&VSiri THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, APB3X 21, 1894. it I ReGiproGitu! The laborer is indeed worthy I of his hire, and we take this opportunity to wish The Times and its owners full measure of success. We are firm believers in reciprocity and have made these prices low to cause the "balance of ' trade to be in your favor. In other words, these goods are worth considerable more than they are to be sold for. 23c .Moire Ribbons, 3-Inch, IScyd. 42c Moire Ribbon, 4 and 5-incb, 23c yd, 25c Jet Aigrettes, 15c. S3 Stj llsh Cloth Cares, $1.98. 5c Cakes Oatmeal Soap, 3c. A 12c Ribbed Vests, 8c. 00c Ladles' Shirt Waists, 48e. KING'S PALACE, 812-814- Seventh St. AFF'SEMTERPRISE 1241 nth St. S. E. A Little Disturber, Small, but Powerful, Will make things hum in the Shoe Department to-day; his name is 89c; remember all $1.25 goods. It doesn't worry Mm worries the other men. $1 S3 Men's Hals nnd Congress, 89c. 1X23 Ladles' Sho-s C, S., and Opera, tl.25 Misses' Spring...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 April 1894

BBBHIWWaHIJ PlllUMlM . Ul 'JMWBraJWW LIU J' .1 J yjWWWP MWM MM Kitl25J;f:SE5-WY'rTO-.ji -. i'J-t "TTKrqMWiJUJIMW.MmWilS-IFtaiH.imiiUJU "!fnI"w "'-" ""- 3- ''5S' ti."' ..r?vpr;- -T" 5S--i.r:f! THE WASHrNTGTOIS" TIMES, SATTJRDAT, APEUi 31, 1894. ' "THE TIMES" vs. THE TIMES, These are times -which re quire the practical co-operation of every one. Stick to, those who stick to you! Help those who help- you. Trade with, those who trade with you. We place this advertise ment in this paper because we are anxious to see its' owners succeed. We believe it will succeed. We will also co operate with you in another way! You have a Spring Suit, Overcoat, or pair of Trousers to buy. We promise you the best value for jour money obtainable in America. No "chromos," no "jewelry," no "gew gaws," no World's Fair "books," no "baseballs" but good, HONEST, service able, stylish Clothing shorn of all exorbitant profits the best the money will buy. Suits and Overcoats, $io up. Parker, Bridget Go,, 315 Seven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

sesse hfif-, L-wpS-f PS" SS- P? THE WASHINGTON TIMES A VOL. 1. ISTO. 36. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOBNTNTGr, APRIL 22, 1894. FIVE CENTS. COAL MINERS QUIT WORK One Hundred and Thirty Thousand Say Down Their Souls. IDLE WORKMEN EVERYWHERE Tho President of the Miners Union, Says that Others "Will Follow tho Big Movement Already on Foot Eeports from the Various Camps Throughout tho Country. Columbus, Ohio, April 21. President Mc Erido, of the United Mlno Workers, when asked to-night what ha thought of the prog ress of tho strike, said: At this time I do not care to talk further than to say that tho miners have struct for better wager and pro pee to do all in their povvor to win that ob joct. My hopes of success are sanguine. Tho miners havo laid down no plans, and have no particular courso to follow, but expect to be ready to meet any fair proposition for settle ment or emergency of whatever character may arise. Wu will bo ready to meet tho operators to confer with reference to an ad ju...

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