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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 January 1895

fWBH illilBI!BWB SWjBSiS'sjejip' THJE WASHTBTGrTOl TIMES, TUESDAY, ATSTTJXltT 22, 1S95. Your clioice for tlie rest oftliis week of any of our regular 50c Neckwear, in Tecks, Four-in-Ha nds, Wide End Four-iu-Hands or Ascots, at 35c EACH Or FOUR for ONE DOL LAR. Tl are all of the newest colors.patterns and designs and tlie very same qualities that others now ask 75c and 1 for, but until Saturc they are only 35c for one or ONE DOLLAR for four. See tlie window display' of them. Robinson, Ghery is Go,, 12th & F SiSc E1i"sE"''Ncs- WASH. B. WILLIAMS, Cor. 7th and D Sts." Regular Prices On my entire stock of furniture for the next ; 10 DAYS. Ail Carpets At 10 Per Cent. Off. Ail Upholstery Goods and Draperies .1-3 -OFF. This reduction applies to all grades and all classes of goods in the house. It will pay you to investigate this stock before purchasing elsewhere,, as no such inducements have ever before been offered in this city. TOrYY T T A VV JBLJLJj&-JJLJr3L.l.fJL.Uy Cor. 7th and...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 January 1895

XTpVV .Pfo THE TIMES. 3s Cfyis 3ssue o5 IDort tkat Penny? WASHINGTON, JD. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 23, 1895 FOUR PAGES. YCXL. 1. NO. 311. ONE CENT. 'v"i- Did He Inspire Senator Gray's Resolution in the Senate? OBJECTS TO THE NEW THEATER It Is Enspectei That the Pennsylvania Sen ator Is Working So That Uncle Sam Shall Be Made to Bay the Blaine Property for Department of Justice and Bid Him of neighbors He Considers Undesirable. As proof of tho correctness of tho oft-re-peatod assertion that the Senate of the United States is a close corporation may bo men tioned the fact that Senator Gray yesterday gave notice of nu amendment to the sundry cnil Dill providing for the condemnation of the Blaine property on Lafayette Square, which adjoins the bouse of Senator Cameron, who objected to the proximity of the theater to be erected there. When the Blaine property was leased about a mouth ago to Paul D. Connor, of this city, representiag Chicago parties, who are going lo erect the Lafay...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 January 1895

rSi S THE WASHlKGTQy TIALESl WEDNESDAY, JAKTJABY 23,1895. ! The Washington Times (EVTBT DAT Cf TOE YEAR,) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Bocthwest Comtek Pennsylvania Atekue and TENTH STItEET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 435, Business ODlco, S3T. X'xlce, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ..Throo Cents. By the month .. Thirty-avo Cents. TvASHINGTON, D. 0.. JANUARY 23, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a favor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by n oil or in person 'will receive prompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by G:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. IT IS BAD WOEK. The effort ol the Brooklyn trolloy man agers to enlist experienced motormen i other cities to take the places of iho strikers Ebows their weakness and is evidence that the conQIct may be prolonged. Aside from the personal suffering engendered by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 January 1895

K4f r'!fl3S ?;fi7y?,SS!)r! THE WASHXNGTOlSr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JATXAKT 23, 1895. MOSE Wednesday, January 23, 1895. Solid Oak Hall Rack, O ANY WHERE hunt every where you can't find belter value tlian this. A well-made, nicely finish ed Hat Rack for $5.95 nnw inffnrl "-- r-i jffL- "j gtefesi of the $10.25 "t-"'?gia:'tfefr3? -. -1.1 iKSist4' it used to De. - -i' The illustra tion doesn't show it. It baa square bevel plate mirror, eet in diamond shape, and Lough hat piongs to accommodate the small s:zo family. Enough here this morning to supply those who are quick. AND SONS, F and 11th Streets. Warehouses, d St., near.il. Suh as vo conduct forcibly ap peal to th better sense of all thts ' economically Inclined " e buy in large quantities get big discounts sell for cash. Thus our stock is always mod ern alway. fresh always most fa rly pr!e d. W ? want a share of your pat ronageall of it if we can get it as mufh or It as we can got if wo can jot get it all e'll df6erro It Emrich Beef Co., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 January 1895

wwsssiSSSIS SfPS OUR Blue and Black Rough Cheviot Suits at FIFTEEN DOLLARS are beyond ques tion the best value.the hand somest, the most fashion able, and best fitting Suits for that price In town. Get some of those 50c. ties we are closing out at 35c each or FOUR for $ 1 .00. They are offered elsewhere at 75c. and $1.00, and be sides we show about five times the variety any one else can. t-. i .-.i . K fl 1 1 11 8 flTl M H RPI f X K n I " w.. wwx, wiivo. w . wuirler) dwelling. Newark street, uieveiaaa I2tb & F Sts, CLOTHES. FURNISHINGS, HATS. SOLID COMFORT. , urn must naro a Marks Adjust able Reclin ing Chair. It is tho best in tho wide, ride world. Ars you interested to know tn-rt nli.ilit. It? Call and see it or Scad for illustrated catalogue. W. L. PFEIFFER. Jal8-.t -117 11th n. w , wet. l'a. avo. and E. An Important Change Cantor jX ri?ja jjac I, iiHMiii m ""tf The Ninth Street Jlfarkct Hall, easily accessible from ggj the new handsome entrance, northwest corner Ninth Stree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 January 1895

,m..r-!'B(W9 TIMES. 3s Cfyts 3sue. og IDortP) tfycit $)mri ? VOiL. 1. NO. 312. WASHXGrTOK, D. C, THUESDAY MOKNI2ir JAlXJAEY 24, 1895 EOTJK JPAGOES. " ONE CENT. ITT"! TTTA fiTTTHTYi rHYVl 1 Pi VV Ail m I T II B. H. Warner's Benefaction Appre ciated In West Washington. LADLED OUT TO THE HUNGRY Kessrs. "Westcott & Wilcox Loaned the Build ing, No. 321G 0 Street, and Hr. J. A. Blunden Snpervhes the Distribution Another Kitchen for Louisiana Avenue Volunteer Canvassers Enlist in the Service. Soup, sleaming, savory, very necessary. and equally acceptable soup, in unlimited qunntiti's;fs now being ladled out to the hun gry anil deserving classes in Georgetown. The first of the free dispensaries of soup was established there by Hr. B. H. Warner, on Tuesday last, aud It is now brimming ever With bubbling, hot stuff, and is working like a redolent charm. The location of ibis Georgetown ben'-volenco is at No. 3210 O street, in a two story brick Douse, both 6tcn"s of which it Is proposed to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 January 1895

fWVsfifsttfiSSSS ""Hfgvm. "-vi',-5r THElASHOTGTOK TIMIEa THUESDAT, JANUAEY 24,1895. The Washington Times (KVEKV DAT IK THE YEAK.) OWNED AND ISSUED BV The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. SOUTHWEST COBKKK rEKKSTLTANU AVENUE AND TENTH STREET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 456, Business Office, 237. Trice, Daily Edition One Cent. 5unday Edition Three Conta By the month.. .-. Thirty-nvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C JANUARY 24, 1695. Subscribers to "Tlic Times" will confer a favor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the enrricrs. Complaints cither by trail or in person 'will receive prompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts or the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. - STOP THE AGITATION. Two entirely different and conflicting financial bills -wore introduced in the Senate yesterday. Senator Smith's bill creates a non-partisan monetary commission of twelve . -.w V. n n ntllli -trTA 4 f tlHlvnl Twl tfVflf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 January 1895

fflirj!1fr,',f!l)J1S'"i1' THE ttrASmyGT;k TaSJBpjLXMM&JhWMt MOSES' Thursday, January 24, 1895. Mesas' Semi-Annual Stock-moving Sale beg'n3 February i aud lasts temdnys. Walt Tor.lt If you -want flue productions , under valus. Watch the Dally Paivrs for 2ttrter -announcements. -111 the Uieail W'llile Ave ! rr i - T i aii offer you some big odd Rnrt-pr villi "-; No llOUSe auT-vliere shows a finer stock i a largei VarieU Or qUOteS nnc cr wfAl mini i firl fn r"1-" " ""-- - please. Just one price to-dar: A large Hood Uocker, with full roM uaek and arms big, btrong, handsomo and comfortable" a roolcor ivitli $7.03 worth cf wortli In it priced at $4.f0. AND SONS, F and Ilth Streets. "Warehouses, iSd St., near M. -4S3SI--A3-9 ---- 1 & 1 Is our srouz point onuiUC TATIOXS AKh WAY BELOW TUE REACH OF ( OMPETITJOX. Little co s farther and buya br t tr atourttares than anywbero else Toull trade. Gcols all guaranteed. These Specials To-day: jibs Sausigo, any kind 23 CIS Sugar-cm ed, tSiuol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 January 1895

THE WASHIK&TOK TIMES, TqUBS H-Tt . rAmj-A-BY 24 1895. "W IF THE DISTBSC AND STILL TflEf COME. YERCOA1 ili For SERVICE as well as looks are here as low as SIP. Good, honest fab rics, too, or we would not have them. Finer ones at $ 1 5 and $20 and up. All cut in the latest fashion. Well tailored and perfect fitting. Robinson, Gherififr Go., I2fli & F SfSi 1"sE"-'ngs- SOLID COMFORT. ., You must have a V. Marks Adjust ; able Reclin ing Chair. It is tho best hi the -Hide, wido world. Are you interested tokuovr more about it? Call and see it or end for illustrated catalogue. W. L. PFEIFFER, JalS-Tt 417 IJth n. w , bet. l'a. ave and E. Perfect Complexions Are mvanaoiy pro duced by our new treatment. Wrln kles, blackheads, and ugly eruptions are entirely, and harmlessly eradica ted, and the bloom of vanished vouth restored. Quack 'Tgsga nostrums and such impositions have no place with us. EXPERT ADVICE FREE. Temple of Beauty, fcl ITiJ 2 AND 21-METZEliOTI BUILDING. WASHINGTON, D. C. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 January 1895

HEW ON TIM 3s Cf?is 3ssue o$ Wovttytfyai penny? YCXL. 1, 3SO. 313. WASHINGTON, J). 0., FRIDAY MORNING!-, JANUARY 25, 1895 -FOUR PAGES. ONE CENT. JLJkJi Trying to Prove That He Skipped by the Light of the Moon. BOARD BILLS -LEFT,1 UNPAID ! Icousera and the Accused Face to Fees at the Conrt-niartial 2ast Capitol Strest Landlady Declares She Was Bamboozled Out of the KoBey Ho Owed Her The Stories of Two Witnesses Do Not Agree. What they are trying to prove against En sign Millard L. Dodd. TJ. S N., in the court xnariial now in session at the navy yard. Is whether or not ho skipped by lho light of the Washington aud New York moon to escape the i ayment o hoard hills in those cities of inexorable landladies and landlords. The accusers and the accused met face to face yesterday in the courtroom at tho navy yard. Ensign Dodd is quite a younc man, and was not the least trifle nervous during the trial. He was given n searching cross examination by Judgo Advocate General Locbelmer, who is as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 January 1895

53S5i?PSS38f 5W5W" &2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES FKIDAY JANTTABY 25, 1895. The Wasliinflton Times EVERV I)AT IK THE Y.KAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. 80btowest cokkkk peknstxtanu avektjb and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Booms, 436, Easiness Office, 337. Jrice, Dally Edition One Coat. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month .. Thlrty-flvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. a. JANUAHY 25, 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a t ovor by promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or ncslcct of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints either by n all or in rcrson til! reecho crorapt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. XET TJ3 HATE BEST THOU DEMAGOGY. a?hero will be no necessity of nn extra session if the present Congress will settle down to the appropriation bills and stop agi tating the currency question. It is necessary to provide a way to sell bonds at a lowe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 January 1895

THE WASHOraTOK TIMES, JTRIjDAY, JANUARY 2.5,. 189 5. 8 Sloses' Seml-Annual Stock-moving Sale begins Fobruary 1 and lasts ten days. Walt for it it you want flue productions under -ralne. Watch tho Daily Papers for further announcements. . Want a GOLD CHAIR a really fine one -at. less 2 than you ve ever paid for one be fore? We've told 3'ou of how we came to get a big lot of them at "such a largely- decreased price. jButwe tell you (again that if yxm care to share the profits with us speed is neces sary, for these quotations niay close them out to-day. Gold Reception Chairs, upholstered silk dnuiusl seats, choice of 3 pat- terns, that were $4.75 a year ago, o $176 six niou h6 ago, and are nowV'y Gold Corner Chairs to match, up holstered satin damask seats, fcUBO one year ago, $6.75 six . nr. months ago, now t'JO W. B. "MOSES & SONS, F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, S2d St, nearlL t f f f t t t f t t f t t THINK consider the question of where youll buy your Moats. Groceries,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 January 1895

For SERVICE as well as looks are here as low as $1Q. Good, honest fab rics, too, or we would not have them. Finer ones at $1 5 and $20 and up. All cut in the latest fashion. Well tailored and perfect fitting. Robinson, Ghsruifc Go., I2tii & F SfSi fJjshW. "If It's Furniture, We Have It. Constant driving at FACTS will prove our point that you cannot buy Furniture, Carpets, Upholsteries, Wall Papers and the like at more advantageous prices any where than here. We aim to sell lowest and are proving every day that we accom plish our aim. Another proof in the Reed Rocker we sell for SI. 65. It's large, strong, well made, neat-look-" ing, and well wjprth much more than our price SI65 to-day. YOU CAN BUY ANY THING IN THE HOUSE UNDER PRICE NOV. Those popular MISFIT RUGS or Bordered Carpets are down to nearly HALF PRICE. Our CREDIT SYSTEM recommends itself to your notice presents the best ad vantages for easy buying. No notes, no interest lovest cash prices and a magnifi cent stock to bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 January 1895

jm&&m-?r THE WASHINMM TIME 3s Cfyis 3ssue o XDortl? ifyat Penny? TOL. 1. NO. 314.. WASHINGTON, JD. 0., SATURDAY MOBNTNGi t JANITAEY 26, 1895 FOTJK PAGES. ONE CENT. kJi IGUIST ITjITBE HOUSE Condemnation of the Blaine Prop erty Regarded Unnecessary. AMPLE ROOM WITHOUT IT lUleged Interference of tho Theater with the Working Force of the Department of Justice Looked Upon as a Good Joke Eight of Eminent Domaia Should Not Bo Exercised Except In Extreme CaBes. II the proposition to acquire the Blaine nronerty by condemnation lor tbo purposes of the government were submitted in tho louse or representatives as an independent aeasure it would stand a poor chance of nassing. A hurried canvass shows that most Df the members nro opposed to it The majority of those whoso" views wore hclicitcd with reference to the matter thought that only ono point need bo considered the arosjnt necessities of the department In Ivhose Interest the property is to be acquired. ono of the members took !6ernu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 January 1895

fs'!ff'f'9ar- -?, vww-. THETVASHTGTa TIMES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26,1895. TheWashirifltonTimBS fEVEBT DAT IK THE YKAK.) OWNED AXD ISSUED BY . The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EOUTllWEST Cokkek Feskstlvasia. Avenue and Tentu SniEnr Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SG, Business Office, 37. trice, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Three Conts. Eyho month Thlrty-llvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. JAKUABY 20, 1895. Subscribers to "Tlic Times" will confer a favor bv promptly reporting any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by v ail or in rcrson will receive crompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. THE PEOPLE'S PENNY FAPEB. TjieTisies lias become tho popular morn Ins paper of Washington. Its rapid Rrowth and tho eagerness with which it is sought on the streets each morning shows that tho morning penny paper is the public favorite. In the columns of Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SA.TipiD AX, JANHABY 21895. 15 Moses' Soail-Annual StocV-mov-ing Salo begins February 1 and Justs ten days. "Walt for it If you pant fine productions under value Watch the Daily Papers lor further announcements. Solid Oak Bookcase A remarka bly great value. At $7 it would he cheap an37' vliere else. It lias 'five ad justable shelves, carved t dp , brass curtain rod and rings. Very prettily finished. It's only ono of many great offerings. And It's not any better than the rest of them. They're all big values such as wo alone can sell you to-day. W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22d St, nearM. EMRICH BEEr CO. Main Market, 130G-131252dSt f Trade Tempting J Marketing Offers I For Saturday. ? Snf nr-z'fiv a 1wot"c ? 1iir lnT Saturday Is always our big day f always lots of reductions for B Saturday marketers further & rroofs that you're buying best W wfcon you buy of us. 9 Let us prove to you to-day n that then are no bettor goods to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 January 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JANTJAIIX 26, 1895. At $5.00 We show the best val ues and biggest assort ment of Boys' Short Pants Suits, Overcoats and Reefers to be found in Washington. All good honest fabrics, too. Finer ones in all grades up to the best made. Odd Pants, Shirt Waists, Hats, Caps, Underwear and all other Furnish ings, too, in a big variety of styles and patterns and all reliable grades. Robinson, Gheru & Go., 12th & F Sts, g- WE MAKE A FACE Fresh. fair, and good to look upon by our method of removing such blemishes as disfigure it. W e smooth out the lines of care and the wrinkles of age, and .restore to the face its youthful charm. '7-5& Expertadvlce freely given. Vgv- Temple of Beauty, SUITE 2S AXD 21-METZEKOTr BUI LDING. Our Regent Cork Sole Shoe For men is fur above the stand ri of its price. For mato, finish and service you'd Judge it to be $5. It's price $3.00 If you're a vrearor of Cork Sole shoes, t-e it We'll be glad to tell you its many monts....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

"4vjjif 41'wv mmwfj THE WASHIN6rT03 TIMES, "13"CJN DAT, JANUAET 27. 1895. MI Iinlliii The Going at the Alexander Island Course Was Soft and Mushy, FOUR FAVORITES VICTORIOUS Chateau Skimmed Away from Such Horses as Doc Birch, Eemorse, aud Thurston, and Bobolink and Eclitse Ead a Heart-breaking Struggle Through the ctretch, Besult ing in a Nose Victory for the First Named. Over a 6hiny coating of mud and water ibe horses raced at Alexander Island yester day, and, slrnngely enough, four favorites swam homo first. When the thoroughbreds were running those in the lead splashed up a dense mass ol chocolate-colored water that almost smothered the rest of the field and tho jockeys. "When they pulled up nt the post, the horses and the colors of the boys were almost bidden from sight. In tho first event Grampian had an easy time winning tho purse. Chateau met Doo Birch, Bemorso and Thurston in tho next race, and the quality of his opponents kept his prico up to oven money. The son of Charaxus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

!&i f the Most Astounding Values in Made - fco - Same goods that have always hereto fore sold for $21. These Suitings are genteel in every sense, well made, and equal to any turned out by competitive houses for $25.00. DIGEST mBj THIS. MH -OLYMOUTH jL Suits umra tbsp nna&ftH' RiltfilHtUtittiUI5t Chinese Legation Bail Attended by the Fashlssaite World. , I, ? m DECORATIONS KERB GORGEOUS The Minister ana Kme. Tang Were Assisted by Sirs. John V. Poster in Eeceiving America Complimented by the Use of Bean-y Eoses Marine Band Hidden by Stately Palms Elegant Gowns Worn. Tbo black dragon of China, with flaming eyes, erect and rampant on a gorgeous yel oir Held, was tbo iirst sight to greet the oyes MADAM TAXa. et t"jo fashionable world last night as it en tered the doors of the Chinese legation. Two immense flags of tho country, decorated in this manner, were called into requisition as portieres over the mala doorway leading out from the entrance to the main portion of the bouse nn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 January 1895

THE 3s (D?i5 3ssue o tX)orii?a;i?ree Cents? WASHTNGTO, B. C, SUNDAY MOENINQ-, JAETAEY 27B i5-TWELYE PAGES AND AET SUPPLEMENT. VO!L. 1. 3SO. 315. 3 CENTS. m is mi Two Rations of the Same Race Should Hot Fight Each Other. CONSIDERS WAR A CALAMITY Personal Motives Do NotEnter Into His Con Eideration of the Guatemalan Imbroglio Declares Against the Use of Force in Eet-tlr-g International Disputes How Secre tary Blaine's Policy Was Reversed. Eccor r.emoro, the 3Iexlcan minister, said tu. an .tt rview last evening, that he is and has .T.wayp been a friend of reace, and that he La.-! Joao everything In Ills power to have th.s question settled in a peaceful manner. II. lav rs peace, not because of any per sonal ajtlvi.s, but becauso ho considers as E camdy a war between two nations of the Eafc uico and civilisation, having the same iLt r sts and the same destinies in this hi a Is- Here, and because for general princi ts Le is against the use of force to settle iLt raati nal disputes. 21 v. ...

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