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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 February 1895

Vs a- - ., ,i THE WASHINGTON 'TIMES, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1895. The Washinflton Times (Etekv Day is niE Year.) OWNED AND IfebUED BY Thc Washington Times Corapanv TIMES BUILDING. hOCTHWEKT COhNEK PENNSYLVANIA AVfcMJE ASP Tenth Sstheet Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4SC, Business Office, C37. STrtce, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Thrco Cents. By the month Thirty-arc Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEDRUARY C, 1895. Subscribers to "The 1 iincs" v HI confer a faior by promptij reporting an dibcour ics of collectors, or neglect of dulj on the ra"t of the carriers. Complaints cither b irail or in rcrson will receive crornpr attention.. Papers should be de livered toall raits of the citj b 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. IT "WILL BE ANOTHER BOND SALE. Congress oins determined to keep up its record of plugging the leaks in our Treasury with speeches. Yesterday the House too up the currency bill, and three distinct proposi tions were discussed, neither of which would relieve the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 February 1895

MM ' -v,3S!3S5ws!h THE WASBIKGrTOlJr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, EEBBITARY 6 1895. ffysasag - MOSES' Woduesdny, February C, 1S9j. The Seml-Annual STOCK MOVING SALE -Is trulv a "wonder" sale a sale of the most liota ble values people Lave ever had offered tliem, or we've "been able to sell. And the daily throngs of buyers seem to abundantly appreciate it. Just a few of the "nota bles," then, this morning: Rugs. Oar stock et Hugs is one of tlio lnrgost in the owoilry. Our prices are always tho lowest for oqual Qualities. Lower prices Tims over during the sale. l.eOJ Chenille Mute, lSxM in 19cta liM Smyrna Mats 16x8i in SI eta 7 Smyrna Carpets, 9x12 ft. Regularly $4LM. Now $81.75 6 Pheugonia Carpets, 9x12 ft Regu larly jse.88. Kow. 580.00 6 Smyrna Carpets, 7 ft. C in.xlO ft. 6 in. llogniarly 882.03. Sow $23.73 5 Smyrna Carpots, GxO 1 1. Regularly r aa.e. Now. $18.75 JJ Mottled Smyrna Carpets, Gx9'ft. Worth SI5.0P. Now. SS.23 MSootcb Wilton Huge, 3SsT2 in. Noiv. $2.23 ' ITS Smyrna Rugs, 36x72 in....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 February 1895

?M--v 6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, EEBBUABY 6, 1895. We are right upon the eve of our semi-annual tetock-taking. But before we begin we want to clear out every too-small lot in every department. To that end, for the next four days Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, dimes'Il do dollar duty. We are in earnest in this offering- The prices are wrecked unprecedentedly for we'd rather calculate remnants in money than merchandise. r"5ag58RK,;-s-tf& g-vsv- lo 521-4! SIXGLT-HUEASTED ENGLISH CSslMEK'. JmOKM UOA'l. Willi wool -assJwnr lining uud bilk bleeve 1 ning buos 85 ana 87. Wero S17.50 NOW $ 1 0. Lot JB18-I, T)OrilLE-BUESTED ROUGH OliEVIOT ITLSTIJItS. faise6-l-S5, S-ST, 1-12. Weie. 18. with -wool linings. Now $6. Lot 5701-3 UOITRLE-BUEASTFD IMPORT ED TAN OOLOKlil) CHINCHILLA I'L STBltS. witli wool Unities and hilt nrj-ois bliuuMlers. biEcs 1 oach33,86, aud 33. Woreffi. NOW $13. It74 IKISH 1'ltIEZE VLSTKUS, witli wol Maine on! v 7 loft of a very large lot. Suee-I-37, S-SS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 February 1895

'fi!&ttK?jr """"! THE WASHINGTON TIMES 33rtc$t 2Tlen Hecib Co Keep $ully Posteb VOL. 1. :NO. 326. WASITOTGTOnSr, JD. C, THURSDAY MOBIITG1 JTEBHUABY 7, 1895 SIX PAGES. COTE CENT. L DBEW TIEIH BACK WAGES Brooklyn Strikers Ask for Honey, but Not for Jobs. THEY FEARED A RECEIVERSHIP tori Dia Not Want to Have Their Pay lied Up Non-union Men aro Pleaded with in a Circular Promising: to Send Them Back to Their Hemes Kayor Schieren "Will De cide To-day in Seffard to the Charters. mas, N. Y . Pel). C Brooklyn's trol- Lr-kcrs, since the strike began, bavo re- fto draw the week's wages due luera it1 companies until to-day. when hun- J the strikers -went to the ofllces of the reals affected and demanded their pay. 1-tL.T c IE co of the Brooklyn Heights Coin- in Montague street, the men were el in the basement, taken up i squads t) paymaster's office, whero thoy received " checks, which were cashed in the treas- "s office. : -was said that 300 or 400 men were paid cT during the dav. Presiden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 February 1895

i' "if ipwiwiw PW-f,1fJ' " " ' THE WASHINGTON TOTES. THUESDAT, JTEBRTJARY 7,1895. Gapt . Powell and Gol. Elliott Tell of Plans for Testing. EXPERTS RErORT DISCREDITED Both Officials Believe That the Throe Enzi neors Were Mistaken and Tbcr Snggcs ticns Are Uncertain and Unreliable Dsflgsr of Contamination by Drainage from tho'Qraves in Oak Hill Cemetery. Tha history ol the construction of the great tunnel from Georgetown to Howard Univer sity, gi von in Tin: Tmvb. recently, attracted general attention to tho project for spending $20,000 in testing it to soo whether the $1,000, 000 and more put into it cannot bo made avail able to help supply water to the city. In that caw it might be hoped to get water above tho second st orv and to escape general distress in unusually dry seasons, suoh as last summer, when a number of trees in 'Washington died for laek of water. It Kbould have been slated that tho frauds which caused the abandonment of tho tunnel j were discovered In "some disconten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 February 1895

ssfi-fmn gsssPTSKgsiiswBxHs' -JW'&i' ijwwv-i 'f1 THE WASHISTGTOiY TIMES, THITRSD AT, EEBRUABT T,1895. 8 a- Jcy t lui'd from lre ifc. At pan.. miw toll thot ure 1;.- ro til. Et- at Ufc : bit, . '' noi f . bR. 38-v V. "wen "l Lin n tvoa , con rob' Ind Iron H -nllr bop' TVh. sor. PERSONALS. Successfully treated by by- 1 poaermic meuh-atlou C U. ENGLIaH, M D , 1107 O st nw. jal3 ood-Smos rjpHE SONG CF THE SOUL VICTORIOUS 10 JL otA a oopy, 12 copies $1. Asti ological chart and horroscope free. Rendingb and prirato lessons dally, I to 4, J FFLEGING, 800 11th it. nw fe7-7t TWO NICE, HEALTHY BABIES FOR ADOP tion to respectable party. Addross 310 P. O bar MMK. BROOKS TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OI life All business confidential. Ladies nuil gentlemen. 50c each; hoi rs J a. in, to 9 p in. GQJ MY eve nw , near Oth st. Ie0-2w SyOU MIGHT STAND ON YOUR HEAD"1 I and 81U1 never find any one that polls such elegant suits and o er. oata slightly worn) st such extraordinary low price Only ono price. JUST...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 February 1895

Iwiip -& -TOWn J??SP a- L THE -WASHINGTON TIDIES THUI1SD YY, FEBRUARY 7, IS95 Fh O Wq oh 1 n rfi nnllTlPQ ' i I ID ft db 11111 ytUil I 11 lltJO ; XvFTO AT IX THE YEAK.) Of v FD AN ISSrED BY Tkt Vat-uiagt n Times Company . tikes m n.oixo. ftl UiWES? 1 O NR PEXltSTIA'AVU AYBKCE AVD Tvm J-TKKKT !! il one Editorial ItooaifL 4SS. t ,10L - . I r-i Batls Ed.rSoe unc i-cni. - , Jt , -h r,-, , tuMev J-drricn " he Cents. I 1 Pjd mouth Jrtr4i-ftvCiU. 1 T,AKHtXGTOX, D. a. PEBRUAItY 7, 1S95. t. : i iibhcribcrs to "1 he Times" ill confer a j tatorl"v promptlj reporting any djscour- j tcs of collectors, or ncs'.ccr of duty on the ran of the carriers. Complaints j cither In it ail or in rcrson Mill icceivc I rrompt artcntion. Papers should be de i:cicdtoall parts of tlic citj by 0:30 o'clock each inoinins, including Sunday. IT IS A BUSINESS FSOrOSLTION. The Congressional currency comedy still continues. Lilw a Chinese drama its end de fends upon tho pliysical endurance of tho actors. And were i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 February 1895

!555mntr - $mks ZJJ-njT' &m wv 'M fc; jrtflpBsTps -iwffi swttgSPsaa- FTr - r & frrtCft- tvn THE WASHXN&TOT TIMES, THXJRSDAX, FEBRUARY 7, 1895. MOSES Thursday, Fobruary", 1S93. THE DHY8 SRE WANING The days of our Senii- Aiirmal STOCK-MOVING SALE, we mean. And those who want the very best values of the past six months or that will be offered in the next j six mouths to come must of necessity be quick. Next Tuesdaj' the sale ends. AND SONS, F and 11th Streets. Storage Warehouses, 22d St, uoor 3L EMR1CH $ Equal this excellence 9 f and cheapness if you 9 1 can. If youcan't,buy 1 $ n ereJf y u can, go X 9 elsewhere $ 0 2. Fresh Pork, per lb 9c V V 3 lbs. Lard 25c V v Fresh Bread, per loaf 3c y Baked Beans, per can.... - 5c Q Q California Pears and Q Apricots, 2 cans 25c I 5 lb. box Elgin Butter.... S1.50 V V Corn, per can 5c y 1 . Emrich Beef Co., 1 a Alain ilarkot X 1306-1312 32d St. 9 q (TelepuonoSiT). X BRANCT MARKETS; V JTWMUifctK W. 21standICSt6.X W. V fi itiCHth St. . . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 February 1895

V?11 '6?'S"""!3(aC' --5gl&T-' 6 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUKSPAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1S95. The Man With an ULSTER has the best of it now. If you are not already supp'ied bet ter get onet TEN DOL LARS buys HERE. A hand some, fashionable, perfect-fitting, reliable one, which is dressy enough for any man, and that we'll be responsible for to the end. Finer ones at $12, $15, $20 and up. Robinson, Ghery k Co., Clothes, Furnishings Hats, ME(ie3--3---'--3 ft S4.50 and S5 I SHOES i Our-closing t ut silo chops &hoe juices down to the ma-k of ridieu- fioiwiw But we ro go ng out of 1L6 ne-s, and i n price It enough fjufct so Jt rli n -8 tho stork out quicUy Broken lot of Men's 3, J4 50, and f5 Mioes ill moe.ly nar C row widths (It. C, and 1)) &oine of f" the soundest fchops In our hto k po.nc ut fl HO Good, comfoi table bhccs at a remarkably low price. ? f TUCKER'S, 1923 Pa. Ave. J Reed, Harron Sc, Co., of Harris burg, have failed, and their entire stock, aggregating $32,000 worth of Men's,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 February 1895

THE TIMES XJou Ctlnxtus Vizeb (Co 2lectb cttBrectkf ast YOX. 1. KO. 327. WASHIlsTGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MORNIS"G-, EEBUUAEY S, 1805 FOUR PAGES. OKJB CENT. Ill UlBIOlflL! BIDED Death Strikes David Hagerty anil Edward F. Quinn. IX THE J1IDST OP FRIENDS Kr. Hagerty Expired in tho Academy of Susie, where EcHad Jnst Taken an Or chestra Seat Apoplexy the Cause Mr. Quinn Died in the Press Club of Conges tion of the Langs Early This Horning. David Hagerty was stricken by apoplexy while sitting in the Academy ol Music last niht and diod almost instantly. It was at first thought that ho had fainted, but Dr. L. L. Friodricn, ono of tho companions of Mr. Hagerty. soon found that lilo was extinct 'Iho boJy was earned quietly in'O tho women's retiring room and as soon us poc.si blo tho police ambulance was summoned and tho remains were romocd to Spearo's un dertaking rooms on F street.- rrecautions were taken to keep tho news from tho audience, ana very few Knew that death had stricken one in their m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 February 1895

' '-M r 1 2 THE WAHTJ5TGTOt TIMES TBIDAY, FEBUTJAKY 8, J895 The Washinaton Times (EVXT.T DAT IK TOE Y'EAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Kasliinnti.n Times Company TIMES BUILDING. EonrnwrsT Coisxnn Vssssnxsih. ayesce and Tenth &usbkt. Telephone Editorial Booms, 480, Buslnses Office, 387. Price, Daily Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Threo Couts. By tbo month Thirty-flvo Cents. "WASHINGTON, D. C FEBRUARY 8, D3D5. Subscribers to "The Times" ivIH confer a favor lyy promptly reporting any discour lesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither bv r ail or in rerson will lcceive rrorapt attention. Papers &nould be de livered to all parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. IT WAS A GOLD GA3SELEES' SCEEHEf Tb House yesterday rightly put nn end to the furtiior consideration of the issue of 500, OdU.000 of gold bonds and the attempt of cold speculators to put this country on a gold ha?te. The issue of so large an amount of bon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 February 1895

fjipippfip THE WA.SBJNGWQK TW.ES, ITOPAIfr E13BH1TATJY 8,1893. V,' SES' Friday, February 8, 1S93. srne Is forearmed. Our Se m i- A 11 11 u a 1 STOCK MOVING SALE ends next Tuesda night. If 3-011 have a Furni ture, C rpet, Upholsteiy, Bed ding, Draper, or Wall Paper want that you're considering, better not dela too long. -AND SONS, F and Hth Streets. Storage AYarohousee, SSd St, near M. s050-0- OSGC- EM RICH X Store always full f of 9 food bargains. jvj pw lNtiW y A groods coming In v 9. ,. i, a gOmg OUt Continually. 9 j 0 """ - '- q i rt aUCfl ail tJXtJUalUtJll Ul ft ' 9 r "good things" as is Y fi X y V 0 9 9 12. found here cannot be V eaualed elsewhere in f this city. Neither can e 1 the prices at which ? they're quoted: Fresh Pork, 3 lbs. for- 25c Sausage, 3 lbs. for 25c RibRoast, per pound lOc Lard, Zht lbs. for 25c Ham, per pound lOc Shoulder, per pound 7c One(l) can of Corn, Toma- loesandStrinp Beans 20c Strictly Fresh Eprgs, per doz 27c 5 pound box of Elgin But ter S1.50 Clover...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 February 1895

FPPMJJiPliWPiWI'iJ THE WASHIlaTON TIMES, PBIPAX, FEBRUARY 8, 1895. STILL Talking and selling UL STERS, and with another cold wave, due to-day, we're likely to sell still more of them, especially when we have the biggest and best stock in town, and sell them at less than other people do for same qualities-from TEN DOLLARS up, and all honest, reliable garments, too. Shall we see you today? PJ rn. Era iq (P3 fii5i Em3 ftf JLIEtSiJIE y Clothes, Furnishings Hats, "So far from being unsuitoil for women bicycling Is on eserciso in whi. h they may indulge ivith perfect security, nnd generally with much advantage." So comments tho British Medical Jour nal." But Bicycling is more popular, perhaps, among American than English Tomen. Thousands of Ladies are taking to wheeling every year. s Bicycling is invigorat ing, healthful, enjcyable, charming especially when one rides the right sort of wheel. -That's the Ladies' "CO LUMBIA" the best bicycle made for women the BICY CLE that has stood at the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 February 1895

Wfm iPipimpRPPiP! Breakfast XDtifyoiit 3s (olb Comfort YOL. 1. NO. 32S. WASHINGTON, JO. C, SATURDAY MOEHXSTQ-, fFEBTJUAKY 9, 1835---1TOTTB PAGES. ONVE CENT. w . - J t w . m B- H m -aw m m m yvi 1 "m """" T"N W M T S. "L. T m m -w . THE WASHlMTll TIMJffi BBELL1&HT PRESS BEIEF Allen's Grand Opera House Was Crowded to the Limit. WORLD OF FASHION WAS THERE Practically Al! Day Programme of Seventeen Star Events Owing to the Blizzard the Ketrocohtan Thespians Were Somewhat Delayed Beerbohra Tree Company Had Jlo Cancel Its Engagement in Hew York. The benefit of tho National Capital Press Club given yesterday afternoon ad libitum at Allen's Grand Opera House was a brilliant success regardless of everything, including enow-bound New York trains and the un speakable blizzard. The opera house was crowded to the limit from the de profuudis of tho footlights to the topmost peak or the eublimo gallery. Tho world of fashion was there, but not in the bi zarre and rich costumes that might be ex ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 February 1895

THE WASHLNGT0N-TlJlES,.SATUBDAX, FEBRUARY 9, IS95. The Washington Times (Evekt Bay in the Year.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company ' TIMES BUILDING, Southwest Corneu Vkssstlxakil Atemje jud Tenth Stkeet. Telopbono Editorial Rooms, 433, Business Ofuco, 337. Trice, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... Three Conts. By the month Thlrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY 8. 1S95. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a fin or by promptly. rcponinR any discour tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither In r all or in person will receive rrompt attention. I'cpcrs should be de Inercdtoall Tsrts or the city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. TEE LA T MESSAGE. The moOTago of President Cleveland is evi dently a last effort to induce Congress to authorise tho snlo of cold bonds. Tho saving of 1G,17.?70 interost in tho tuirty-yoar lifo of the bonds, provided the word gold is sub stituted for coin, is certainly an ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 February 1895

(WpiiPPWlPWffPlipB , TUB WASHIS'GTO.TTMa!lS,.Ag'-TIRPAY, 3FEBRTTABY 9.1895. ft t t ill: I li; r if 1 1 mose: Saturday, Februarys, 1E93. Just a word this morn ing but a very Important word, indeed. Our Semi-An-ual STOCK-MOVING Sale ends next Tuesday niglit. We wouldn't lay sucli stress on this fact, were it not that this is a most important sale one such as is not to occur for another six months a sale teeming with such values as have never before been quoted. Don't mistake the fact that we aro sell ing ins great many Instances considerably under .-cs , and In all othor cases at or very near to cost. AND SONS. F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warohouse, 22d St, near 3L I3)000-- -S a Believingthat many who X buy from us part of their a table supplies would like q V to buy all, and that many V 9 others, who are not cus- v tomers, would like to be- f come so, we shall give in $ a as few words as possible 0 I an idea of our stock, our a V methods of doing busi- X f ness, and our prices. v Nev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 February 1895

THE WASHINGTON TXMESS ATTJIv IAT, FEBRUARY 9, 1895. 1 YES, Most of the DRESSY, HAND SOME ULSTERS you see worn by the BOYS were bought of US. Better get one for your boy, then he can coast, skate, and build snow men w'thout fear of taking cold. All styles, all sizes, and all prices from $5.00 up, and none but honest, reliable garments at any price. EolinsoOsClierOo Clothes, Furnishings Hats, B If It's Furniture, We Have It." C6 99 Is different from credit at any other Furniture es tablishment In town. Here you have a stock to buy from that has no bet ter anywhere. Furniture, Carpets. Upholsteries, Wall Papers, and the like of good reliable quality thoroughly up to date In pattern and a stock made up of varieties enough to suit any taste. The prices we sell for the LOWEST OF CASH PRICES we've demon strated thattlme and time again. We require no notes charge nointeresr. You'll buy better on Credit at THE RINK than by cash paying anywhere else. 9fhfcEfo .111 W S UlUl I J The Julius Larj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

. , -m... . m . ... . ) , . ..i . . . aa a tsiiliip penutofH)ork,m 5mb a (True $rienb YCXL. 1. 20. 329. WASHXJGTOST, JD. C, SUNDAY MOKiNTjtfGr, EEBTtTTAKY 1-0, 1805 TWELVE PAGES AND ART SUPPLE IIET. THREE CENTS. ilqcude m urn Great Inconvenience Suffered Be cause of Lack of Water. No News of La Gasoogne Teu tonic Had Not Seen Her. wm MILK SUPPLY RUNS SHORT MANY EYES SCAN THE SEA 'PlPlllfli WJfflllililBP ''ILIflf 'JJU ijj J 'imj ' ijyi!ii ij!11 pp Pj' jJIroWI.1!' JU ' P'J'ili'JH1!!111 'il'tiJi11 CTIMM1! I" ' JoJ' llJiiJF luf f 'lyiDPlffl t OIE WEEK HF Itlii . . riSmjjnin' - . T I 9 if 3 fierce "Winds Made Hew and Heavy Snow driftsAqueduct Water la Lower Than Ever Before Situation on the Siver Eailroads Hovirg Trains withDifficnlty 2ailB Delayed Street Car Lines Eelieved Thenow l)lockado in wbith Washlhgton was bound on Thursday night is only a little loosonod this morning it is not broken. Tho cold has moderated, but the wind blew - oro fiercely than eter yesterday, and tho threat dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

rf ii smwmi-xwj:MmfiJWWi THE WASHOTGrTOH TUIES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1895. Joseph Woodward Struck and Thrown Under the Wheels. CONDUCTOR COLLINS INJURED Three Serions Accidents the Eesult of Slip pery Steps The First Victim Is Expected to Die The Second Man's Bod; Formed a "Chcckjjf for the "WheelE Edward O'Hara Thrown Headlong Upon the Street Three torious accidents on tbo street rail Trays, two of which resulted from slippery Btops on the cars, mnrked Iho progress of the cold wave. The first and worst ol the accidents occurred at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Joseph Woodward, a huckster, fifty years or age, re Bidinc at No. 140 N street southeast, while crossing Virginia avenue at Tenth street southwest was struck by a Belt L;no car, thrown under the wheels, and terrible man gled His Lack and should-r were crushed, his right arm broken, and the unfortunate man otherwise injured. injuries i-bobablt: fatai. Woodward was removed to the Emergency Hospital in the Fourth precinct patro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 February 1895

THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES, 9TTH DAT, FEBRUARY 10, 1895. UP Of TIE Oil nun Facts Concerning the Organiza tion of the Washington Team. WILL HAVE NEW UNIFORMS Capt Joyce Out with a Statement that He "Was. Promised More Koney He Will Hot Sign Unless He Gets It Washingtons "Will Practice in the South The Ontfield Will Be tlie Same as Last Tear Notes. Probably the most interesting news sent out the past week is iho announcement in press dispatches to the effect that Capt. Joyce will not sign this 3 ear unless bo receives the promised increase in his salary. Tuu Times has no definite information that ho was Riven to understand that bis salary would be raised in 1895. The popular inflolder must bo given credit with speaking the truth, and, such being a lact, he has a perfect right to make the de mand. Even if he was not glvoa a promlso as to an increase, he is perhaps justified in holding out for an advance. But hero it ends. Of course, Joyce is a Taluable man, and Messrs. Wagner and Scbmelz kn...

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