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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

THE TVASHEffGTOiSr TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1894. s ESPER'SCURYES WERE EASY Washington's South Paw Twirler Met His Waterloo at Philadelphia. QUAKERS BATTED WITH VIM In tho Second Inning all the Damage Hap pened, When a Bunching of Safe Hiti Pro dnced Six Large Hunt Nearly Sixteen Thousand People Witnessed the Contest. Results of Yesterday's Games. Boston', 3; Brooklyn, 0. Ckcixxatt, 8; Chicago, a Pittsburg, 7; St. Louis, 2. BALTIMORE, 4; New Yore, 3. Cleveland, S; Louisville, 1. rniuDELraiA, 10; Washington, S Tbo Championship Record. w. l. ret I ' w. l. ret Baltimore.. 8 0 lOOO.Pittsburg .. 1 1 KM Boston. 2 0 lOOOiCleveland.. 1 1 WO Cincinnati- B 0 1000 Wash'ton .. 1 2 833 rhlla'phla.. 2 1 667 Chicago.... 0 2 000 St. Louis... 1 1 MO Brooklyn... 0 2 OOU Louisville.. 1 1 600 New York.. 0 3 000 rniLADEttfnu, April 2L Tho gamo hero this afternoon between tho Phillies and Wash ington opened tho championship season In this city, and the public turned out nearly 15,000 strong In honor of t...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

Pf ?&$- v-: c If THE ASHrffGrTON TtMES, SUNDAY, APIHL 22, 1894. 3 tt A f WORKINGMEN MAKE PROTEST Large Delegation of American Labor Marched to the Capitol Yesterday. AKE AGAINST THE TARIFF BILL Over One Thousand lien Representing Penn sylvania and Hew Jersey Industries Pre sented a Petition and Memorial to the Senate All Proceedings Were Orderly More than ono thousand workingmen from rhllailelplila and New Jersey marched down Pennsylvania avenue yesterday to emphasize their protest against the Wilson tariff bill. Hen and womon wero in lino, marching four abreast, under the American flag and flutter ing banners, displaying mottoes opposed to tho Wilson bilL The special train from Philadelphia which pulled into Baltimore and Ohio station at 11 o'cloct to-day carried G70 men. This delega tion was mot by the company of SCO which had arrived yesterday. Tho depot fairly bristled with special policemen. Major Moore, tho chief of police, with Lieutenant Kelly and two sergeants, were on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

THE "WASHEttGTOlT TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1S94. The Washington Times (t cry I'aj in tho Year) mrsro and issued by The Wnshinrjton Times Publishing Companj Fdltori MARSHALL CUSHIXQ; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER Office: IIUTCIUNS 1IU1LDIG. Corner Tenth ju.o D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 227-3 Business Office, 337-2. rrico. Daily Edition OnoCcnL Sunday Edition rive Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. Clf R A DTS ( ifr4coU ffCljj Washington, d. o., april 22. isoi. Tho Weather To-day. Tor District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, weather conditions aro favorable for light local showers, but tho weather will probably bo fair during tho creator portion of tho day; slightly cooler; northerly winds. The little four pago beauty, Full of news, gossip, tho Etory and all the real pliasea of real human life The Times Is a dally com panion for men and women alike IT IS ONLY A CENT A DAY. TUE ART Or ADVERTISING. In advertising judiciously, and bo success rally, much depen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

RF r i!Tj?tv'&igi THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1894. M fcf I r from usmess. Every article in our im mense stock reduced. Buy now and save money for yourself and family. i 416 SEVENTH ST. How to Use the Convenient am Economical Oil Stove. ThcsB flret real warm days mako those housekeepers who can do so think of entering upon n season of light housekeeping. Tires aro allowed to go out In tho range or stove, and a gas, gasolire, or oil stove will take its place, inuch to tho comfort of the whole household. Some housekeepers, os soon as tho Spring cleaidng .s out of iho way, take this season of light cookerj to disptnsj tvith a servant, for It is general!) found to bo Inexpedient to teach the average "girl" how to uo these labor-saving conveniences to any advantagr. One would imagine they would like to get rid of the oldvvav of making lire, cleaning up ashes aid serving so many di-hes. and tho huit. Hut evperiomo shows they do not like 'new-fangled" wajs that cost a litt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

'&seHS?!'sp&Bt&x$ Klrti-OTVaiK'S T" -"?.-v- fcj JfsS8Ki" wm -.i " THE WASHINGTON TOEES, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1894. ADVICE ABOUT MARRIAGE Dr. Van De Water's Talk to the Co lumbia College Boys. DANGBKS OP 1'RETTY PACES ILvtr tia Divorco and Probata Courti Are Fnnusicd with Business Marriages for Lcvo Aro Said to Bo Successful Moro TJn Lipp7 Rich Homes than Poor Ones. TIio subject of Dr. Tan De Water's Tuesday morning chapel talk to tho Columbia College boys was "Marriage" Among other thing3 Dr. Van Do Water said: "Tho great trouble about marriage is that it is talked about too much end thought aoout too littlo. Many men givo more attention to tho selection ot a horso than they do to the selection ol a wifo. Somo women aro so thoughtless that they marry 6pocdlly to regret leisurely. Tailing in love' is a very cxprcs sivo phrase; it so truthfully describes tho affec tion that too often terminates in matrimony. It would bo so mucli better wcro men and women to walk in love, or r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

yEF- ks-p "Vf-a THE WASHEN'GTON" TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1894. h' l THEY DON'T SHARE ALIKE The East Gets the Largest Fart of Government Patronage. THE CIVIL SERVICE REPORT The District of Colombia Eat Fifty Times as Much Patronage as It Is Entitled to Have Maryland Exceeds Her Quota Hearly 200 Per Cent. In its annual report, which is now in the hands ol the printer, tho Civil Service Com mission makes an interesting statement show ing how covernment offices aro distributed at Washington. The object ot this statement i& to prove how much fairer than the "spous Bjstem is the system of the Civil Service Com mission. To what extent the statement will carry this proof depends largely on the re ceptive condition of tha mind to which it is brought. A groat many people in and out of Congress will not believe any good of tho civil service law. Others are as strongly prejudiced in its favor. Whatever the statement proves to any one, it lsan interesting showing of "who's got tho button." ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 April 1894

?T? ItSF. "' V, f -y VWVi:4ni'i" Jf - TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1894. WE KNOW HOW. Our business is CLOTH ING. We know all about it Have been in it a lifetime, and know which are the best fabrics. Know how they should be trimmed. Know what are the correct styles, and know how to make Clothes that FIT, that look well and that wear satisfactorilr, and we sell them for less money than others ask for garments not nearly as good or as fashion able. Don't you need a Spring Suit? We'll sell you one which you'll be proud of, as good a one as ever got from the custom folks, and will FIT you better. There's nothing to equal them in town ready-to-wear. You'll say so when you see them. $o to $40, and big variety in each grade. Remember there's a hand some watch FREE with every cash sale of $10 or more. Get one! Robinson, Ghery$ Go., I2th and F Sts. FRO THE RINK Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. The Julius LansMrgh Furniture and Carpet Company Will offer for three days the following ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 April 1894

EW3gS!Sf3 THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MOKNTffG, APRIL 23, 1894. ONE CENT. VOL. 1. 2TO. 37. ms-fi'swrvtwsfSi u 1' -t CAYALRY WILL MEET COXEY Tart of the Eighth Cavalry Start for Hagcrstown This Horning. THE OBJECT IS YET UNKNOWN rositivo Information from Fort Mycr Be eeivcd The March to Bo Taken Up at Daylight Others Will Probably Follow Dnring the Day The News Confirmed. Troop A of tho Eighth Cavalry, received or ders from the Secretary of War late yesterday evening to make ready to start to meet Coxey and his nrmy on their march to Washington. Tho information has been very exclusive, but was given to The TiJirs lato last night, it was at first discredited as merely ono of tho many rumors of tho kind which havo been floating about tho past few days. Later on tho information came from so di rect n sourco that inquiries wcro instigated among those having tho information, and there is no doubt of tho truth of tho matter. Tho troop which starts this morning aro provide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 April 1894

-wWi'iM-"fi THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CCSHIKQ; City Editor: EMOKY FOSTER. Office: HUTCIHNS BUILDING. Corner Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 237-3. Price, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition FIto Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 23. 1891. Tlie Weather To-day. For tho District of Columbia and Maryland, partly cloudy woather; northerly winds; slightly cooler. The SUggbss of "The Times" la less and less to be ques tioned; It was successful from tho start. But it gathers strength as It grows Extends Its circulation, Increases Its advertising tho moment that advertisers appreciate its valuo. It practically guarantees re sults, because Ten Thousand People Are Behind it, THIS IS BUSINESS, TOO. Here and thero sorno miscreant steals a copy of The Times after it has be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 April 1894

pg-!4Wjp!iq35 ' i " THE WASHns'GTON TIMES, MONDAX, APEIJj 23, 1894. I Little List of One Day "Drives." We pick these liap-liazard from the stock. The store is fairly teeming with hundreds of other equally good bargains. WRAPS. 3AH-iool Cloth Capes $1.03 67 All-wool Cloth Capes. 2 rows of lace In serting !2DS All 1, $.", and SO Jackets, to closo 8" 1W All 17. St. and 9 Jackets, to closo $193 NOTIONS. 6c carJ Hooks and Eyes 2c 48clxxofSlool:;llfc 53c 4epiporof I'ins 1c 10, J2, 15c Cambric 15:: Curling Iron ,Se lc King s Palace Dress Shields "'c 15c to 25c liwUi Brushes JOc 2le Pasting Cotton, ono dot c Tw box of Hilrpins 3c l-c cake Oatmeal Soap 3c 4Sc skolns of Silk, one doz ljc KING'S PALACE, 812-814 SEVENTH STREET. FALLING FROI1 A BALLOON. llow It I'ccls to Shoot Down from a Great Height. Mrs. Komlg, or as she is called profession ally, Miss Hazel Keye3, is a balloonist and jumper in a parachute. Sho has doseribod bow sho foils in jumping from a balloon to a reporter of tho Salem (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 April 1894

rssfiii pf"y?3S4 f$&Srr VPS?? fr -'3-- T r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, APEIL 23, 1894. QUALITY Is the first thing to be con sidered in MENS' and BOY'S CLOTHING. ALL of OUR garments are of RELIABLE qualities, are fashionable in cut, are well tailored, and will FIT per fectly. Add to this our well known moderate prices, and you can readily see why we clothe more men and boys than any other two stores conibined,or any half dozen custom shops. Suits for men at$io, $12 and $15, that no one need be ashamed to wear, and that will give perfect satisfaction. WE guarantee them. Finer ones in all grades up to $40 for the best that can be made. A big variety in each and every grade. You know that we present a handsome watch FREE with every cash purchase of $10 or more. Get one. Lots of your friends carry them. They'll tell 3'ou they keep CORRECT time. Robinson, Gheru & Go., I2th and F Sts. The Odds Are 2 to 1 That you won't And a lint anywhere that's the equal of our 81 Uat For that p...

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

twgtam rf'" THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. NO. 3S. WASHrNGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1894. ONE CENT. REDSTONE JOINS THE ARMY Takes the Cheerinrj News That 15,000 Comrades elcome Coxey. SCENES IN CAMP DANIEL BOONE Mountaineers Think Another Civil War in Prospect Marching Into Frederick An Old Colored Woman Dies of Excitement. Expecting to Camp at Glen Echo. Boonesboro. Md., April 23. Tho coming of the commonweal army has caused almost as much disturbance in tho heart of the Bluo Itidgo as it did in tho mountains of western Pennsylvania, where tho hill dwellers camo down witii Winchesters and pino top whisky to "clean up" tbo invaders, under tho im pression that a sooond civil war was at hand. Ilcro at tbo foot of South mountain, where camp Daniel Boono was pitched for tho night, the 6amo impression has prevailed for weeks, nnd it was only tho return of Sheriffs nerbert nnd Mullcan from Hagerstovn with reports of tho peaceulness of tho army that began to assure tho v eterans ...

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

T-ASfTWIrfM'i"fi SSS Sr THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1894. The Washington Times Ecry Day In tho Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CDSTflXO: City Editor: EMORY FOSTER Office: HUTCHES BUILDING. CORSBit Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3 Business OfUco, SS7-2. Price, Dally Edition Ono Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. QTRADTs(g?) COUNCTpa WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 21. 1891. "The Times" Is a Family Paper. It Is conducted upon lines calculated to take it to every borne in Washing ton, To every homo in tho sub urbs ot Washington also; So it is not sensational, It is clean, It is complete. JHERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING IN IT FOR THE FAMILY. IT .11 KE NO .MATTER. Tho faster the subscriptions for Tim Times come in the better. It makes no matter how lat they come. Subscribers will be served regularly and promptly, all for ten cents a vvcei.. and this price includes tho Sunday...

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

Ev5T-if.. lEStf&Jp sTrW SSp .. - THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1804. 8 h RiNTERS' WIVES DAUGHTERS, Aren't these prices lower than youvo teen paying elsewhere? SI UNTRIMMED HATS, 68c. I.adlcsM Uses' and Chlldren'sMilan and Lace Straw Hats, latest shapes, black, blue, browns, tans and grays. Regular aluo$l. Here only. GSc. 23c Children's straw sailors. 15c ?3 Ladles' all-wool cloth Capes..$1.93. W Ladles' all-wool cloth Capes.. fil KING'S PALACE, 812-814 Seventh St. Wokah Has a Right To Look Her Best "I am sure," says a writer in tho Courier Journal, "that It is much better to bo interest ins than to bo handsome," remarked a woman of laro experience and observation. Sho rnig' t have added, what sho probably be lies ed, that to bo well dressed is of inestimable valu toward making the most of one's little BtocU of good looks and accomplishments. Thero was a little sermon in tho reply of tho w Oman who. appealed to in behalf of some charitv, refnsed tQ cut down her allowa...

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

1 ". THB "WASHrNTGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1894. Don't Be Penny wise and pound fool ish by trying to do without a SPRING OVERCOAT. It's too warm for the winter weights and it's risky to go without any. Clothes are cheaper than doctors' bills, to say nothing of the satis faction of being fashionably and stylishly clad. Come in and see our line. There is no doubt of our ability to please you, for we have the largest and finest assort ment you ever saw, all fash ionable, stylish, and well made ones, and like all of our garments, they'll rYJ.. $io to $40, and every gar ment as good value for the price as you'll find in America. Robinson, Cheryl Go., I2th and F Sts. As a Protection from Heat, AWNINGS Know bo superiors. Your office aud homo will bo made much more pleasant during tho Sum mer If tho windows are provided with AWNINGS. Let us furnish thorn. ICono too soon to giro your order. Trices will suit W. B. Moses & Sons, IIo mo Comfort Furnishers, ELEVENTH AND F STS. ANDREW B....

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

. e?" wWw' jow r - -- wr;r w? r T.fepg-tl?SL LtBft, ..PTsa :S.t--EnC-d 3 -" V 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES i 1,. VOL. 1. NO. 39. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1894. ONE CENT. rt &r. i RIGHT AND MONEYED MIGHT State of Illinois Attacks the Octopus Chicago Gas Trust. CASE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Petitions to Institute Proceedings Filed After the Close of the Stock Market Yesterday. Pour Nominally Separate Companies Doing Business Under a Single Head. Chicaoo, 111., April 24. Tho war of tho state ol Illinois against the Krcat Chicago gas trust began to-day in the circuit court of Cook county. Attorney General Malonoynndtwo brilliant assistant attorneys general and a formidable array of legal talent, rosprcscnting property owners of tho city ol Chicago, are to prosecute tho quo warranto proceedings, and if tho etato Is ouccesstul the charter of the gas trust will be revoked and tho valuable franchises of tho various companies repre senting tho association become worthless as ...

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

V -v F- '- &&&& '.$?W!P?'" s,.!' - sS&K&vKrrZ'-tt' F - --,-" ' . 3 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1894. I The Washington Times (Ecry Day la the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CCSHINO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: IIUTCHIXS BUILDING. Ccksib Tenth itm D Streets Koktowkst. Tolophone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business Once, 637-2. rrlco. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carrlors, by the week Ten Cents. ltRADES$)gOBNCn-l3 WASHINGTON, D. 0., APBIL 25, 189L Tlio Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Yirglnin, fair; northeasterly winds. To Subscribers. Parties who do not receive their paper, or have any causo of complaint, will oblige by notifying the office i ! Street Sales of "The Times" J J Toot a tremendous Jump yesterday Trebled or quadrupled we believe. This is especially good, As newsboys are sometimes averse to handling a one cent paper. But make them...

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

fiJijfWY ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1894. 3 PRINTEWWIVES DAUGHTERS, Aren't these prices lower you'vo been paying elsowhere! than SI UNTRIMMED HATS, 68c. Ladles'.Mlsses' and Children's Milan and Lacs Straw Hats, latest shapes, black, blue, browns, tans and grays. Regular value $1. Here only. CSc 2Se Children's Btraw sailors- 15a $3 Ladies' all-wool cloth Capes..$1.9& 5 Ladies' all-wool cloth Capes..$93. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 Seventh St. Good Things that Vassar Girls Eat The total quantity ot milk consumed nt Vassar College during tho year is from 90,000 to 100,000 quarts. Say that, at this season ot tho year, a cow will averago ten quarts daily, bo that tho students take tho daily product of 10,000 cows. But this does not represent all the cows needed to supply tho college. About 16,000 pounds of butter are used in a year. In tho matter of eggs, think for a moment of tho demand made by tho 400 students. They need about 95,000 oggs. In other Words, it would take...

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

' -5r?-"' i W' -3 KWJK WBf "r-MnEtS : !vi.:i,-!t.-5ii fs-3"u 'Sv 5 ?-"S5SSB,rvjnT r-Ai, l-l --- 3IW-MU I '"'J-TBS it, ij'-a r .f- " ' - -f m- ' " s-- - - " - 7i THE WASHTN'GTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 25, 1894. SPRING Overcoat weather sure enough now. Most men don't believe in the aver age ready-made " ones, neither do we, or the cheaply tailored either, but OURS are not the average ready-made or cheaply tailored kind, they're the equal of the VERY FINEST custom ones in quality, style, fin ish, and fit, and they cost about FIFTY PER CENT LESS. $10 to $40, and your money's worth in each and every garment. Don't forget to get one of those handsome GER MAN SILVER Watches, it will keep correct time, and it's FREE with every cash purchase of $10 or more. Robinson, Ghery Go,, I2th and F Sts. If times are hard that is no reason you should not save a dollar. Remember, $1.00 a week will buy a lot at "Del Ray." Wood, Harmon & Go. 525 13th St n. w. As a Protection from Heat, AWNINGS Know d...

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

&s?ffRP2 w WmW jT v , 3 ' ; X THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. StO. 40. WASHINGTON, D. C, THTJKSDAT HORNING-, APEIL 26, 1894. 02TE CENT. 'PSfWP. u N HOGAN'S FIGHT IN MONTANA Deputies and Commonvealcrs Come to a Bloody Issue at Billings. THE DEPUTIES FIRE FIRST Five Hundred Coxeyites Arrive on Their Stolen Train and the Authorities Attempt to Stop Them President Cleveland Takes a Hand After a Careful Conference. Billxsob. Mont, April 25. At noon to-day the 500 members of Ilognn's army, on their stolen train, arrived in this city, nnd cIojo on their hccla was a train bearing Ufty deputies. A conflict between tho deputies and tho army was at onco precipitated, which re sulted in ono man on each sido being severely wounded. Tho deputies overtook them at Columbus, a small station, and demanded their surrender. Gen. llogon paid no atten tion to tho commands of tho deputies to give up possession of tho stolen train and ordered his men 10 co ahead. Tho two trains camo on slowly during tho n...

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