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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

r pijwtfpif U0W'pwppippi!ipppPi!i4 4M & TIIE TyASHXNGTOK TIM.TD5, SUJN DJkX, ECEMBTDIfc 23, 1S94. 11 J? GliHRENGE. Br Bret IliUTE. Author of "The I.nck of Roaring Camp,' "Two .Men or San y liar." Kic. ICopyright, IBM, by Brot Harte. TA1IT U CHAITZK IIL 'Galted to a general council of officers nt dl TiswBiil headquarters "the neit day, Urnnt liad little time for further ejaculation regard ing his strange guest. But a remark from the division commander that he preferred to oomnilt tno general plan of a movement then undor discussion to the memories rather than to written ordnrs in the or.tinnry loutlno. Boomed to bhow that his chier still suspected the existence of a spy. He therefore told him of his lato interview iviih M.S3 Faulkner, and her proLable withdrawal in favor of a mulatto ueiuhbur. The division commander received the information with ind fferenco. "They're much too clover to employ :i bus soy like that, who shows her hand at every turn either as a spy or messenger of ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

iiip pmin jty yBppip rnmmrnmmmmmmimM,uii.iii 2 THE WASHINGTON TIDIES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1894 s "'"wr AMUSEMENTS. THE CHORAL SOCIETY. IBE MESSIAH. ii's "Tho Redemption," March 5; Saint-toons' "Sampson and Delilah," April IT. dc23-6t AMUSEMENTS. f NATIONAL THEATER. GALA Christmas Week Christmas, Wednesday, Saturday. PARTY TO ARTISTS. fjfcirect from their phenomenal run of 453 jHTS at tho GcrJon Thoater, "Xow York, and WEEKS at the Tremout Thcitcr, Boston, in irSuporb Production of Harriet & Pflueger's Uiant Historical Extravaganza, IN THREE ERRY ACTS, Entitled WITH ITS RESISTIBLE ATTRACTIONS IEAUTJFULSCENIC EFFECTS AND feat Star Cast of Characters (Including tho old favorites). And the original geme of tho .ILANYI LIVING PICTURES. S,IN OLD KENTUCKY K-mas Plants. Our Fhowing of POTTED PLANTS -was n ver so iarce nver more beautiful. I ur 1 1 T FLO EKS to? i Ours can't too ou j no in variety or beauty. An un usual display for the holidays. L Gude &Bro., g$K Ibaugh's Grand Oper...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

K i i n IPVIWI!P!WI1WWU fclJIllliP P"""" . X THE WAS3TI3SraTOK TIMES, $V$ DAY, DECEMBER 23, 1894. 13 frfig-avjiABeijHa-Jsyc k. wt- p .iu i whim . n, y " ' ' SIDE SCENES IN Sketches Here and There. WiMwLocal Color . and Significance, Col. Piedmonte. From the first I was attracted to Col. Pied monte, and I shall never forget tho occasion on w Inch I made his acquaintance. Why ho Is called "Colonel" I do not know. I am strongly inclined to think that ho is equally Ignorant in that particular. Certainly ho never fousrbt in the war: he is not and was not an Army ofllcor, and ho is not constituted in j a way that would have brought him to tho commaud of a militia regiment. Perhnns he was on the stuff of some State governor, hut such a position Is costly to maintain, and well, no matter. But "Co'cner he is "Col. Piedmonte" to the. women, with that quick utterance of the family uamn which gives a dainty touch to the forma.ity of this style of address, and plain "Colonel" to the men who know...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

Wgwwyigiiiy 14 THE WASHOTGr.TOK TIMES,. STJ 2S" DAT, DECEMBER 23, 1894. Specials For Monday You'll have to be astir bright and early to morrow if you want to gather in these surpris WeVe fired a volley that has blown regular prices to atoms silenced the toy guns of the army of fallacies and fakes and scattered broadcast our entire -stock of ing offers of ours. Every Smoking Jicket in the House Is Reduced, Half Price For the Finest Silk Umbrellas. ''IIPIIPIPIPP lvv&Ay&Myx Hot MFh'Q MflMKT WOO! HfR msmvdw IKJlfftif MMmM ? That have been $ 1 3.50, $ 1 2.50, and $10. It was a mighty charge not a handful of Suits not a table ful or two but every Single and Double-breasted Sack every Regent Cutaway every Suit in the house at those prices. There were thousands at the beginning. Hundreds have been sold. Thousands remain for your choice at Smoking Jackets Silk Umbrellas. her s & AjIH IJmLICI CI1LC III odtlCSo ,W, ' T I Necessity creates some. Enterprise some. We have had occasion...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

wgWt-unwyw. x-scwsMSsgj THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, DBCEMBETt 23,1894. 15 mm v Tho accounts that have come down to us of the feasts aud revels or tho olden days giv ing tune a tongue- are full of suggestions for our modern merry-makins,nndnttnissonson when the holiday bpirit Is ripest and every liostess is w.sning lor soma new way to give it expression, why may wo not borrow cus toms that aro so old as to be new? Good cheer is inseparable from tho thought of Christmas, so tnat a dinner is perhaps the fittest jcrm for hospitality to take, followed by a ensv gathering about a ''roaring wood Are" tLe nearest approach to the yule log ov-.ab,.e.p-rhaps -where storIes,songs. anec dotes, and legend tales that make tho flesh creep wiih delicious horror The custmn s growing every year for peo ple who havo c -untry houses to open them for a few days at Christmas and take posses sion with a merry pa ty of friends. 'SXio Christmas spirit, however, may find entrance anywhere, and a modern city...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 December 1894

mmmmiammmim JfT5 1G THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, XS94. J !SE '"uiympiflW I THE I IMnd tip of the Christmas shopping t o- m o r row. We 11 make it an interesting jinale by giving yon lie choice of every fancy CamePs Hair Vicuna or Llama wool Smoking Jacket in the store for I The former prices were Sj-, $6-, $7, and $.o, and aj-e good values at those prices but we do not intend to carry one ovc and have reduced them to close them out to-day. Remember TO-DA Y O NL Y, and the price is $2.00 for any fancy Jacket hi the store. See to-dajs Post for other specially at tractive prices onpres ents for men. Robinson, Ghery & Co., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sis. -S -O O "O - 3 fi5 -O -O -3 O I END f v to THE I "GOOD THINGS" f I FOR GIFTS. J 1 We made it a point f 1 to get enough to go f T around, so save time, f trouble and money by coming direct to $ "Headquarters" for Y r: ri :,. Diamonds, Jewelry, Plated Ware, Cut v Glass, etc. V Note these two items which we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 December 1894

I pSSW f "1i"9f 'mmmmmmmmmmi TON TIME MVEYOUR FAMILY AN XMAS PRESENT' BY ORDERING :.::'THE TIMES:::: WATCH FOR THE FIRST PAGE OF JHE flMES TO-MORROW. VOIr. 1. KO. SSI. WASHUGTO, JD. C., MONDAY MOBNI2J?Q-, DECEMBER 249 lSy4 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. x, i X, I i Da CLAMORING FOR THE EEGRO'S LIFE The Prisoner Had Killed Three Citizens of Augusta. IX LjEI'EXSE of his owx life A Mob of a Thousand Around the Door of the Country Jail- labo Wiggins, Who Had Silled Another Ec ETo. Was Tracked to Augusta and Turned en the Officers "With Two Pistols, Using Thein With Beidly Effect Sheriff and mayor ay There fctall Be No Lynching. Adousta, Ga..Dec 23. Hon. William II. Fleming, speaker of the Georgia House, nnd Judge William T. Eve, of tho county court, hava finished uddressus-to two or three hun dred citizens that aro gathered around the county jail with tho intenlion or lynching Jabc Wiggins. ltisbeiievod now that tho bettor counsel has prevanoJ and there will bo no assault on the jail. Saturday ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 December 1894

.qtbWg laywijffB8IPIffli Well Look Why not one of these St 5 Suits for S9.90forthat present? Hundreds of Suits of every size are still here but every day you put it off lessens your chance of pleasing yourself. Every suit comes direct from our factory consequenty has to come up to a certain standard of excellence. What that standard Is every one who has worn Elseman's clothing knows. BEST TRIMMINGS, ' -BEST WORKMANSHIP. " " ' BEST MATERIALS. .--- PERFECT-FITTING. " " - AncI back of it all our guarantee to make satisfactory any garment that doesn't turn out Just as we say. Here's our offer unprecedented unmatched almost unbelievable Every S15 Cheviot and Casslmere Sack and Cutawey Suit In our house Including plain blues and black for S9.90 for choice. isem Cor. 7th and s 4fytVv LABOR LEADER BURNS WILL SURELY BE HERE Exact Date Wiil Be Fixed as Soon as He is Heard From. EITHER SATURDAY' OR SUNDAY Important Meetings of the Protective Street Railway Union. Committee on Dismissals Heport...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 December 1894

ipjpwpWWpWll wmm THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MOSDAT, DEOBMBEE 24, 1894. FRESH CHAT AB0DT SPORTS IH GENERAL SKATING IN CHINA. It Is a Business Rntlicr Than a Sport with the Celestials.,.. Skntiagjs a business with tho Chinnmnn WILL FIGHT THE LAW AS LONG AS' THEY CAN When You Dine Down Town Dlna here. 'SVe'll serve you a dinner you'll enjoy. Dishes you like, cootcod aa yon like, dressed as you like, nnd served by waiters who thoroughly understand Uia art of giving proper attention, so cents no price wine mciuueu. J rather Iban" a sport, Tor he contrives to turn HOTEL EMRICH, C M. EMRICH, Proprietor. Union College Football Team Will Arrive Here This Evening. frozen canals Into convenient highways for his merchandise, as thoy do inllollnnd and Denmnrk, says an exchange. Passengers are carried in sfedgo chairs, propelled by an ' "" vvu'jwju&.wrw'. i ' 'j' 4WgBpwBPfPW!HPWWWp 'WVor Constitutionality of the Income Tax Statute to Be Tested. NEW YORKERS AGGRESSIVE 803 PENNA. AVE. (Market .Space...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 December 1894

"'?,s mzmmmmmmm jwiss p? IPH 'i'V " THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24,1894. The Washington Times iXikt l)y in jut Yeib) OWNED AND IfcbUED DX Ttc Keslunflton Times Companj TINES BUILDING, tCnUTTKT COMtr. PlXNiYJ.VAMA AVENDH AND TtNTn SHIECT. "tlcjiLou Editorial Koolii 43V liunceib Office, 33r. rjkt.PMlj Edition One Cent Eunday Edition Three Cents. JJj lbs month Thlrty-fiT Cents. "WASHINGTON. D. C, DECEMBER 24. 1894. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: American Houe Arlington, Tbe Beokr. C'hns. A . . Bury b Pbaruinoy. Cochran, The Ebbitt Route Evans Pbarmac Graham, I'isflB. II... Gucjitbr, Nelson .. . . : I lint, and Pa ave nw. ....Vt. avo. and 11 st. uw. . Teuuallytowii. ...Auaecstia. ..14th and Kfets. nw. ...14th and l'sts. aw. .15th and O bts. n: 1250.Kdbt aw. ...509 Est. nw. Ilage, Hoimann 1153 Pa. ae nw. Hall, John W 607 G st nw. Hall Shoemaker.. .Sth and K sts se. Hamilton. The. Hncb, J. E ...14th ii nd K sts nw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 December 1894

ISppiiii THE WASHIN&TOIS TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1894. 5 f t f t f t f f m Wire open until u fi o'clock To-night. f Closed -all da' Christ- J mas. Our Store is crowd- $ ed from cellar to roof 9 with the most sensi- v ble kind of Christmas f Presents. Mountains 9 f of Merchandise await f f you. Articles for or- f f namentation. Articles 9 f for use. 9 J SEE US TO-DAY. J We will await you 9 from 8 a. m. to 1 1 y 9 p. m. 9 A Ever'- preparation lias S a been made for tlie largest f gathering that ever en- $ 9 tered our portals. Shall YOU be one I of the many? 9 r 9 421. 4 2, 424, 42; 7th St. - '-- MOSES. Monday, Dec. 24, 1894. Open till 10 o'clock To-night to accommodate late buyers. Any goods bought up to that time will be delivered to-morrow, Christmas, morn ing. b y Ui We've almost forgotten to suggest HATRACKS, but the choosing of the stock hasn't been overlooked. We never had a better or choicer array nor one more moder ately priced. As things are here, by roomfuls, so with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 December 1894

mjrwy jjiwyi.-i THE wX&ttNGrTO T13DE3, HOBDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1894. G Delay if you want to purchase one jf tlic most appropriate and acceptable gifts to men at a ridiculously low price. For To-day only every fa n c y Smoking Jacket in the store is reduced to s sj They have been sell ing at 'J.50. $7j $6, and $5) but sue don't want one left by clos ing time to-night, and there moult be if you once see them. Hundreds of ether equally serviceable and suitable articles ,for men at equally aftr.ic tive prices. Robinson, Chary & Go,, Clothes. Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth anj F Sts, 14-inch Vases, Large Ma jolica Pitchers, Large Rebecca Tea Pots, Large Gold Band China Pitchers, Gold Cream Pitchers, Decorated Cuspidors 6iven vith every pound of Tea or three pounds of ( oflec to-day S LarjrehJ KumforJV. Teast Fowder - 25c S Packages (junior Oats...... Sue T Cake vtar boap 25c Johnston's, 729 7th St. N.W, THE JiHN!TON CO.) Telephone SIC. 'Whitest lightest, most -wholesome, most de'u-lous....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 December 1894

!JpgSS-W5 ""r ""Msrssr J9nr r -Jy--TygyrrgP"Hy' TSg. 'JI'iJIJIBiisWWywyj nURN OVER A NEW LEAF AND SUBSCRIBE I"OU THE (jTlMES. :::THE IMES SAYS ' "MERRY CHRISTMAS" TO EVERYBODY. VOL. 1. 2XO. 282. WASTrrNTfiTOlNT, D. C, TUESDAY MORKXCTG-, DECEMBER 2olSy4 SIX PAGES. ONE CE3TT ANOTHER MURDER CAUSED BY WHISKY Reuben IH i!s Shot by Thomas Graven at Jackson City. THEY HAD BEEN PKINDS I Dispute About a Chichen Ficjht Kabed an AnijrvpOiiarrc!. m'-,mmif!mm--L - eife feT-s3hva5 firm IMP i7 'Is i I f kSMtZSI $&MfflW CMER'S SRATH oWwM2eeZ& AGAfflST GOCKRAH "'(' t "&& '& tL ..AS y ;; X '-J 1 7l K rs 1' -M f h3w XP; :1 i WAA X3 && 'W'JC&Mm v sLTmm J7J9 ws - AccusatiQiis and Sarcasm Hurled at the Congressman. HINTS INFORMER Tammany's E-13oss Challenges the Representative to Meet Him. Has Been Waiting Patiently for Such a Keeting Before the Executive Committee Wants Cockran to Make Good the Talk Ho Has Indulged In Promises Him a Becep tion That "Will Kake a Lastinc Im...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 December 1894

UiWWJiJjtWJM 2 THE YASHI&TOT TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1894. --ssvs'SwaKFjf? ply&'V! STATESMEN 0 Well Look Why not one of these $15 Suits for S9.90forthat present? Hundreds of Suits of every size are still here but every day you put it off lessens your chance of pleasing yourself. Every suit comes direct from our factory consequenty has to come up to a certain standard of excellence. V hat that standard's every one who has worn Elseman'a clothing: knows. BEST TRIMMINGS, BEST WORKMANSHIP. BEST MATERIALS. PERFECT-FITTING. And back of It all our guarantee to make satisfactory any garment that doesn't turn out Just as we say. Here's our offer unprecedented unmatched almost unbelievable Every S15 Cheviot and Cassimere Sack and Cutawey Suit in our house Including plain blues and black for S9.90 for choice. Eiseman Bro Cor. 7th and AS THE CROWDS COME OUT. Rice's "1492" drew a crowdod house at the Xatioual last night and showed cause why it has li.id such a phenomenal New York ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 December 1894

hip , wif WjipipiP wjwiiyipj4 piJmiiwwMwi sgs THE WASHXTSTGrTOiBr TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1894. SAND OK THE TRACK FOOLED THE TALENT Fast Time at the -Alexander Course Was ftlade Impossible. BOOKIES HAD A GOOD DAY But Two Favorites Managed to Fin ish in 1'ront of Their Fields. 3t Giving tho Island Tract a Top Dressing of and tho Calculations of the Talent Were Decidedly Upset Grand Prix Tailed to Withstand the Challence of By Jove and Was Eoeten Christmas Entiies. The 300 and odd loads of sand, which had been put on the Alexander Is-land track dur ing Sunday caused a .great reversal in form yesterday, much to tho dulight of tho ton "bookmakers. The latter had the Let of the talent at die dobo of the raeing, several top "lieavy faorites finding the road over tho Desert of Sali-iruh." not to their liking. Cloterdale started the ball rolling by win nine with odds as high as 50 to 1 against him. He won easily at that. The favorite, .Billy Boy, Irnd a bad position at tho start, and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 December 1894

piip T" "Mw-F7- ctSHs THE WASHIlTOTOlSr TIMES, TT7JGS DAT, DECEMBER 25,1894. psippippiippgipp The Washington Times ffTJCRT DAT IK TK TXIE) OWNED AND ISSUED BI Tbc Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, EOCTEWEST COKKZK PENNSYLVANIA AVXNUB AND Tikth antrm Tlopfcone EditorUl Rooms, 431 Burinesg Office, 17. Trice, Dully Edition One Cent. Eundty Edition . Tbra Cents. J5y the month..... Thlrty-flyo Cent a. WASHINGTON. D. C, DECEMBER 25, 1604. THE WASHINGTON TIMES can be obtained daily and Sun day at the following hotels and news stands: .American Route. ...... .7th st, and Pa ave nw. Arlington, Tho Vt. ave. and list. uv. lieeker, thai A... 'J enuallytown. Bury's Pharmacy ..Aunecbtia. Cochran, The ..14th and K bts. nw. i.bbitt lioiibo Hthand l'bts. nw. Brand rbariii.T-y SSili and O sta nw. Graham, C. as. II 12T0 Jfc.'d bt nw. Guonthor, Nelson. to) Pat. '. Huge, Heunanu........ .2153 Pa. avo. nw. liali, John W M7G Bt. nw. Hall .Shoemaker. 8th aud K sts. so. Hamilton, The 14th nd K bts nw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 December 1894

" ftJvrwi$r"' w ISJSSPfSajj Wmmmmww- - j-isy'"-jw THE WASniNGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBEH 25,. 1894. $ f f CLOSED . .f a-, To-dav Christmas. f Open To-morrow morn- V f a ing at tlie usual liour with f tlie prices on Thousands f of FINE HANDKER- J CHIEFS reduced be- 9 f 7Aft? ihcy became mussed f I during the rush. A splen- a f . . V h did opportunity for those f in search of Handker- $ X chief Bargains. I ? Y f 50 Shaving Cases Left f f Worth SI, SUO SI.75-- ? f On Be Yours for 9 48c. 9 25 per cent. Dis count off all other Fancy Boxes. 25 per cent. Reduc tion on all Jewelry, Fancy Atomizers, etc. Many other good val- e lies to be secured that it is impossible to get in print at time of writing. i 420. 422, 424, 426 7th St. I CLEAN, PURE l:ii! tEoB 2,240 POUNDS TO TON. PEA COAL . . . $4.25. CHESTNUT COAL . $5.00. $4.25 and $5 A COKD. THOMAS W. RILEY, Riley's Warves, Foot of 11th and 12th Sts. S. W. Telephone 1754. WHAT A BLESi It is to th'iiU that tbero is at lenst ONE plai-e whero y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 December 1894

gfatfifj 6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2a, (S94. fTiyw f TV""""P'y,5C3S','V",5S A - nnsti We'll be Jio'e until noon to supply any thing that may have been overlooked or neg lected. Some specially good values in fancy Smoking Jackets at HALF PRICE and LESS. BOBMSOK, CHEM & CO., Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Sts. '4-inch Vases, Large Ma jolica Pitchers, Large Rebecca Tea Pots, Large G.O!d Band China Pitchers, Gold Cream Pitchers, Decorated Cuspidors Given rtn evry pound of Tea or three pound of Coflee to-day 8 Largos: HuHtford's Teaat Powder... 25 S Packages tfker OaUs 5"S T CuUee Mar boap 26 ielinsfon's, 729 TihSt. N, W. THE JOHNSTON lUj Tel-phone SIS. "Whitest, lightest, most wholesome, most delicious. Every loaf bears our red white and bluo label. Loot for It andaf-cpt no BuLststuto. r'We.ll wrve jou promptly if your giocor doesn't handle it. CHAS. SCHNEIDER, 413 I St N. W. A 25c. Lunch. From 12 to 2 for BUSINESS MEN. Served to tempt tbe most fastidious ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 December 1894

WPPPPffif ?T :?Br. "" -gsr "2"""'?' -5 fjfURN OVER A NEW LEAF A3DSCXSCMBE FOB THE (fIMES. myyii JLjljLI-J OMEN READ ... :::THE fTlMES AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. TOIL. 1. !NO. 2S3 WASHINGTON, JD. C, WEDNESDAY MOENINGI-, BECEMBEE 263 18y4 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. MOTHER SIDE OF TIIE.GEORGIA STORY fiegrass Banded Together to Ex terminate Certain Citizens. LAWLESS TllhTEXTIXE CAM!' The Trouble Started There With the Arrest of the Two Jeffreys. Those Men Had Brutally Zilled a Baliff "Who Was Trying to Escape from a Crowd of Armed Colored Ken It Is Believed That Troablo Is Ifow Ended and That - Justice "Will So Bone to All Concerned. Quithav, Ga., Doc. 25. The northern por tion of Brooks, portions of "Worth, Berrien and other counties adjoining have largo numbers of negroes, mostly brpughi from Noitu Carolina for tho purpose of setting turpout.ne from the pine trees which abound lucre. Tbcso nogroos live in camps, and aro a law-toss set, controlled only by fear of pun ishment from the bosses. Wt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 December 1894

&a-- -3r?--w'- TEE WASniTGTOK TTftlES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1894. KESEjiw si-- " ' ' 2 vv ell Look pgaasu Why not one of those $15 Suits for S9.90forthat present? Hundreds of Suits of every size are still here but every day you put It off lessens your chance'bf pleasing yourself. Every suit comes direct from our factory consequenty has to oome up to a certain standard of excellence. What that standard Is every one who has worn Eiseman's clothing knows. BEST TRIMMINGS, BEST WORKMANSHIP. BEST MATERIALS. PERFECT-FITTING. And back of it all our guarantee to make satisfactory any garment that doesn't turn out just as wasay. Hero's our offer unprecedented unmatched almost unbelievable Every S!5 Cheviot and Casslmere Sack and Cutaway Suit in our house including plain blues and black for S9.90 for choice. Eiseman Bra Cor. 7th and TO MARK THE SPOT WHERE MARTHA RESTS Continental Chapter, D. A. B. Considering That Subject. OPPOSITION AT MT. VERNON The Kefients Hold They Must Their Trust...

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