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

! 2 THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJBSDATT, APRIL 26, 1894. 5 - ,M'ppi?!?9BSiJRS3 The Washington Times (Every Day in tho Yenr) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times FublishJng Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSmXQ; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUT CHINS BUILDING. cckneb Tnmi am D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, 337-2. rtii-n. Pally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By curriers, by the week Ten Cents. ;fTRDJsfejOIJtVcjD WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 2G. 1894. Tlic Weather To-da v. Tor the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, fair; slightly warmer; easterly winds. News and Advertising Advertising and News These are what a public journal requires. And The Times has thorn both. (And it is going to have both more and more) The news is essential, Also tho gossip is news, and the miscellany; Tho advertising i3 essential, And it also is news. 9 The Times is complete 9 The Times is up to date. 9 9 -a snow "Tin: times" to a ritiE.m Tho circula...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 April 1894

T-r -r-'r" " Wwr tWJf- -v:-v THEk "WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, APBIL 12C, 1894. 3 KING'S PALACE, 812-8T4 7th St. CAPES. Ladies' All-wool Capes, one or two rows of lace inserting, braid trimmed, black, blue, brown, and tan. $5 else where. Here, $2.98. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 Seventh St. "Nothing is so successful as success." As it was with "St Elmo" so it will be with "Del Ray." The lots will sell like hot cakes, and the opening day will be Saturda', May 5. Wood, Harmon & Go. 525 i3thSt.N.W, Spring Styles Hats. Ladies' Straw Yacht Hats, $1.50 to S3.50. Hats anil Caps Xor Children, Boys, ana Youths, 50c, 75c, 81, and $1.50. Latest styles and colors Derby Hats, 52, S2.50, S3, $3.50, $4, and 55. Tourist Soft Hats, in "all the lead ing colors, $2.50 to $1. Dress SHU Hats, $C and S3. riain Soft Hats and Pocket Hats, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, S3.50, $4, SA50, $5, and $0. Largest.Stock and Variety of Canes and Umbrellas. Jairfes Y, Davis' Sons, 1201 Penn. Ave.. Cor. I2th St. 1GE GREHM S0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 April 1894

'j&iwaifN$fa p.'p'S THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1894. It Is a Fact. Any competent judge will tell you that the best and most fashionable and most reliable garments in town are to be obtained of US. They will also tell you that the3' are the best fitting ones, too. That's one reason why we clothe more Men and Boys than any other two stores com bined. Come in to-day .and let us sell you a Spring Suit that will be entirely satis factory in every particular a better one than you'll find elsewhere at the same price or you can return ours and get your money. DonH forget to get one of those elegant Watches that we are giving FREE with every cash purchase of $10 or more. Robinson, Gheru & Go,, I2th and F Sts. Fly Time's Hero almostl And with it cornea tho necessity for screens to keep the Ilttlo pests away. Let us have your orders so as to supply you early. We make to order where you don't find in stock Just what you want. Wire Screens, 23 cents up. Wire Doors, 91 and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 April 1894

' Jj"-wf ? sspafPjsHts 3 ? i"""1 IF''SSSFJ i THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. TO. 41. WASHTtfGTOItf, D. C, FRIDAY MOKNTffGr, APRIL 27, 1894. OXE CENT. 'i ORKING THE SHELL GAME mooth Confidence Men March with Coxey and Pleece Villagers. HE "GENERAL" IS AFTER THEM e Misses the Operators, but Gets Part of the "Lay Out" March To-day Will Bo Upon Gaithersburg, Bine Miles from Hyattitown. Cozey Decorates Sheriff Zimmerman. Utattstows, Mi, April 26. Coxoy and Is followers marched out of Frederick about t'clock this morning, and four or flvo Ings combined to mako the event quite Ithe. The sky was almost as soft as in tno, and the tops of the Blue Ridge cut tho irizon in zigzags that were blue in tho dls nce. Therohad been frost on tho tent Dth when tho Coxoy men got nstir.and when ey left town tho sunshine was just a little isped with chill. Tho combination made a nie that braced the army for renewed tramp. Tho old town turned out to seo the start, td this was another feature of a blithesome tg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 April 1894

Sii! fW !$r&, xparA i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, EEIDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In tho Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times - Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSHING; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUTCHINS BUILDING. Coiiver Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone Editorial Room's 337-3. Business Office, 37-2. rrlce. Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. liy carriers, by the week .Ten Cents. gTRADEsfr.it? COWcTCB h I '' i0 ll'1 WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 27 . 1891. The Weather To-day. For the District of Columbla.Maryland, and Virginia, fair; southerly winds; slightly warmer in Maryland and eastern Virginia, ! These Mild Spring Days Are bringing on That well-known tired feel ing, doubtless, Though we hop not. The Times is good for it ; It will raise alaugh or bring & comfort More solid, more enduring ; A lively newspaper U good for that tired feeling. The Times U good for It, If you Take it Every Morning. 9 9 JT IS A BEACON LI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 April 1894

,,f -'i3""g - THE -VTASHIKGTON TIMES, PRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. 3 ir N KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St CAPES. Ladies' All-wool Capes, one or two rows of lace inserting, braid trimmed, black, blue, brown, and tan. $5 else where. Here, ' $2.98. KING'S PALACE, 812-814. Seventh St. "Nothing is so successful as success." As it was with "St Elmo" so it will be with "Del Ray' The lots will sell like hot cakes, and the opening day will be Saturday, May 5. Wood, Harmon & Co. 525 13th St N.W. Spring Styles Hats. Ladies' Straw Yacht Hats, S1.C0 to S3.E0. Uats and Caps for Children, Boys, and Youths, 60c, 75o., 81, and SL50. Latest styles and colors Derby Hats, 62, $2.50, 23. 63.50, 64, and 65. Tourist Soft Hats, in all the lead ing colors, 52.50 to 64. Dress Silk Hats, 66 and $3. Plain Soft Hats and Pocket Hats, 61, 61.50, 52, 82.50, 83, 83.50, 64, 64.50, 85, and $0. Largest Stock and Variety of Canes and Umbrellas. James Y. Daiis' Sons, 1201 Penn. Ave.. Cor. 12th St. 1GE GRERM SODK 5c. Prescr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 April 1894

,rsVff5mm1&i&&$&. wmwWWT 3?? THE WASmNGrTON TIMES, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. ISN'T IT Proof that our garments give satisfac tion. Whole families, generation after gen eration, come HERE for their clothes. To-day it is Boys' and Children's clothes we want to talk to you about. If you let US clothe 3'our boys, you won't be both ered with having the buttops coming off, seams lipping, button holes fraying, or lining giving way, for all our garments, in nrlrlitinii tn Vipinor tnndn from reliable - , . , . , f . r ,1 FREE with every cash fabrics, have good trimmings, are remtorcea purChasoof eioor more in all weak parts and are well and strong- gf1 Goe0rt lv sewed, and are as durable as clothes one; it win keep correct J . '-,, . r ii time, and It's FIIEE. can be. And then, too, our prices for these superior garments are as low or lower than you would have to pay elsewhere for greatly inferior ones. Robinson; Cliery Go,, Twelfth and F Sts. Fly Time's Hore almost! And with It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 April 1894

wmmmm W3 T f THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL. 1. IfO. 42. WASHEtfGrTOlN", D. C, SATURDAY MOBNTN'G, APRIL 28, 1894. OXE CENT. iPPlplip! . GOXEY IS NEAR AT HAND ' His Army Mcctinn with No Serious ' Marching Trouble. CITIZEN TRAIN IN THE COURTS The Globe Trotter Has a Ehort Experience with a Police Justice, Is Discharged and Then in Big Disgust leaves for Hew York to See the Children. QAiTnEESBCito, Md., April 27. The journey of the army to-day, though oicr good roads, Was mado moro than usually woary because of the succession of high hills and deep val leys over which the roadway lay. A halt was mado for ten minutes rest at Clarksburg, which is a littlo huddle of houses on cither Bide of the old piko road. The men scattered to the sides of tno road, throwing themselves on the grass, while the villagers came out to stand and idly stnro. One of tbem approached Coxej's phaeton. "Aroyou Gin. Coxey?" asked the Mary lander. 'My namo Is Coxey." responded the leader. " ell, ain't you going to make u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 April 1894

FKjpflf - "' -V THE -WASHrGTOTIMES, SATT7BPAY, APRIL 28, 1894. The Washington f imps (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times " Publishing Gonipany Editor: MABSHALL CCSHINQ; city EditbfrEHtnrrrosTiB. Office: IipTCHir''' BUILDING. Coitxzit Tenth and D 'Streets' 'No'htbwest. Telephone Editorial Booms, 337-3. Business Office, 3372. rijcc, Baijy Edition i One Cent Sunday Edition FlveCenta. Byvca"iri&'rsV W'tho week.-...'..Tim Cents. CjfTRQgajpNcTO WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 23, 1891. The Weather To-day. For tlie District gl Columbia. Maryland and Virginia, continued warm and generally fair wealher. but thunder stems' ate' likely to "oc cur In tlie afternoon; south "winds! f t t t f f f Twelve Columns of Advertising Is about all that The Times can afford to" use- - - -"lls"?Jiace' Is so'valuable for news "That its four pages must be not encroached upon toonhlcb. "'it'Tjefiooves' advertisers" fb send flielf "matter In early;" "'This' is" the condition of af fafrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 April 1894

"-g-gr "V s' v -- ' F5TE--rw.r -svj - T THE WA'SHrGTOJT TI3EE& SATtTKDAX, 3CPRH,'28"riB94. 3 t f KING'S PALACE, 8i2-8t4 7th St CAPES. Ladies' All-wool Capes, one or two rows of lace inserting, braid trimmed, black, blue, brown, and tan. $5 else where. Here, 12.98. Ill'S PALACE, 812-814 Seventh St. S, KRNN, 8QN8 &CQ, 711 Market Space. A Two-Day Special Sale of Spe cial Bargains fpr thje Readers of the Washington Times. 100 all-wool. Bprfng wenibt, Cheviot and Cloth Jackets In blacS, uovy( tan ana mixed effects. Tho actual valuo'of these goods are $3.50 to 13.00. CHOICE FOll KM1KV AJfn. S VTURDAY, K00 each, all sizes. 73 Spring Jackets, strictly ali-wooL Same shades hi the flr-t lot, lint mnch higher cost garmunttt llnvotold for-f-lfx), 7 CO and JS 0U. CHOICE FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. $1.93. Bargains in Capes. Allourf.0.)Cpesmnrkcd down to. J2.9S Allour$n.i0, ?. VO and SMW Capes mirked tlov.n to 4 69 Ladies.' Suits. Blue Cloth iMiTts, f-atin trammed, ery nobby. ' fcPKCIA FOU FW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 April 1894

jxpficp&tm - -, -- r THE "WASHDTGTON' TIMES,. SATtJEDAT, APBIL 28, 1894. v BRING THE BOYS TO-DAY. Those 400 Boys suits at almost half price came near creatine a panic yesterday. We never had such a run of boys' trade before. Customers were more than pleased with them agreeably surprised. Some Lady remarked, "She had paid $5 for suits not so good as these at $2.50." We divided the 400 Suits into 3 lots; I Lot at $2.25. I Lot at $2.50. I Lot at $3.00. These are all wool, 2 per cent, suits, variety of patterns, well made, double seat and knees, and will wear like iron. If we hadn't closed them out from a manufacturer at a heavy loss the prices would be just double. Fit 3'our boy out this morning for this evening may be too late! Parker, Bridget A Go., 315 Seventh St. N. W. Tis a Feat to Fib Feet. ALL 82.90 a pood price for men's shoes? Not if the shoes are reduced at U90. But when they're Trorth $100 as are the H a tha way, Soule, and liar rington KUS SIAX CALF BLUCHERS, we're sell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

W rvTrt Ufrl w-ssTj THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. NO. 43. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNING, APEIL 29, 1,894. FIVE CENTS. --."n'til,: h , f REACH BRIGHTWOOD TO-DAY Coxcyites on the March For Their Camp on the Race Track. COXEY WILL BE HERB TO-DAY Plenty of Accommodations for the Campari. Unknown Smith and Confederate! Enn Oat of the Bockville Camp Jee Coxey Han dles the Leader's Beina. The main band of the commonwealers, under the direct charge of Mr. Coxey, will reach Bright wood to-day between the hours of 12 and lp.m. So said Cltlien Bedstone the, local representative of the Coxeyites, late last night They will camp within the half mile track of the raco course at thai BUburb, and will remain there only two days, pending the result of cer tain arrangements wblch are now boing made by the local communists. Just what these cer tain proceedings were, or what would be the outcomo. Citizen Redstone refused to Bay. Jlr. Itedstono says that authority has been granted for the use of the ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

J wmmm&0&swf9&t&ma smm THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1894. LIAN Y SHORT SPEECHES MADE Interesting Running Debate on the Alleged Compromise Agreement. .JOHN SHERMAN TAKES A HAND Chandler Admits That Holt Senator So Hot Know as Keen About Tariff Progress as the Newspaper Han Stewart Comes Oat Against Protection. At tho early hour of half-past eleven yester day tho routine business was disposed of and the tariff bill taken up. Tho attendance In tho galleries was light, and little interest was exhibited in the debates except on tho floor. The act that many amendments were to be proposed to the tariff bill, malting a com promise bill, was again the prominent feature ot the early hours of the session and was brought out by Mr. Hale.of Maine. He began by speaking briefly ot the pend ing amendment, the change of date for the taking effect of the bill, and said that the Benntor from Tennessee, who had oharge of this bill affecting the industries of the whole countr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

faitipr SFMSi5 .3SH THE WASHrNGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APB1X 29, 1894. 3 l IV. II 'k !V BROOKLYNS BY A SCRATCH Senators Caac Within An A:a of Winning the Game. UMPIRE STAGE TOOK A HAND With the Visitors Oa Bun to the Good the Umpire called the Qime at the End of the Sixth Inning, Became of Daiknesi, Des pite Washington's, Protest, jtcsuruj of Yesterday's Game. Crnaxan, 2; Louisville, L Kxw Yoki, 9; BiLTOIORX, 8. St. Lobis, 7; Clevzlave, L Ci.ci.skati,10; FrrrsBUBO, 8. FXILAKEL7HU, 14; BOSTOX, 8. Uiooxltk, 10; Washisotox, A Tho Championship Record. W. I Pet I W. 1 ret Pt Louis... TWTltUburg.. 8 4 2B TMWphliu. 0 S 7!S0 Nw York.. S 4 4i9 Bottoi 5 t Tit Louisville.. 2 5 2fe CloTelanfl.. o 8 71IHrooklya... a 5 iSS Baltlmora. 5 8 GM.WRSh'toa .. S 6 50 Cincinnati. 4 8 BT1 Chicago.... 1 8 113 O.NLY SIX INNINGS. Umpire Stage Called the Gome Because of Darkness. Washington lost to Brooklyn yesterday in a nest remarkable six-inning game by tho close score of 9 to 10. Owing to delays by showers of r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

"V3e srr sSswfiRpPliiispSrf! 'i :vt THE -WASHTN"GTOSr TOMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1894. The Washington Times Ecry Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY Tlic Washington Times Publishing Company Office: Cobneb Tenth AXDDSiREiraNoitnrtrzsT Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Offlco, 337-i nice. Bally EJItlon OneCent. Pui.day Edition Fife Cents. By carriers, by the -week Ten Cents. (JaRDEM$,yjouTCn5 WASHINGTON. V. C, APBIL 29, 1891. All newsboys competing for The Times prize will appear Monday at 12 o'olock sharp at the offlce and present their ticket. No tickets recognized after that hour. The Weather To-day. For District of Columbia, Maryland, and Tlrginia, conditions are favorable for local thunder storms, but the weather will be fair during the greater portion of the day. Wind shliting to east. Slightly colder. ABOUT OURSELF. The Tikes Is all right. Notice the way the offlce sales jumped this week paid for as de lhered no chromos: Monday, 400; Tuesday, E00, Wednesday, 1,000; Thur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

fV-- -" - ?& t&wiritiwr&Z L33dyWfc.L!SC''93S4iV K .(-' 1' fe- w-vrj.i , ' "&- 3"- jp jr iW T--- fl. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 18i4. v COLORED DERBY HATS, Including all oxcept thehlch crowns. Greatly Reduced For a Few 'Days. All Spring shapes and shades. Good stople styles. S3,S3.50.andS4. Qualities $2,25. S2 and S2.50 Qualities $1.65. Loeb & Hirsii, ilea's Hatters nnd Outfitters, 912 F Street N. W. TO ALLAY THIRST, LT6e, In Water, Chr. Xander's Virginia Port. Kich In tannin and Iron, uon-excltinc, but Hood-enriching, and benefiting liter andkid cja. SWfcovcnthbt apaJtiS trnr iot come am examine ouk GOODS? William Brodt, FINE HATS, 419 lllh st, nw np2S-lm CAPITAL STEAfd LAUNDRY, HL A. v,TCA E15, Fi-orKiL-ron. MS ri;hth Kt X V. Telephone 1C1S Lamdrj "wort ia all its brandies neatly exe cuted at reasonable rates. "TTTU1TEUAKDS OLD CU11IOMIT SHOP. iM U Street Northwest. Gold. Ftlver. and McSel Halting, toft Metal Jiepairinr Braes and ilolal feigns ubpec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

-j- j-v3V!tKGZP304t!fiJggg!gi Sf-3 to THE "WASHra-GTOtf TIMES, STJyPAY, APBIL 29, 1894. The Best, Most Complete and Most Reliable Book of the Soldier in Our Civil War ever Published5 FRANK LESLIE'S Scenes and Portraits of the GIVILv WAR How to Get this Illustrated War Bookglh For Six GoUpons 1. Abraham Lincoln. 2. The Sixth Regiment Volunteers leaving Jer sey Depot to defend Washington, D. C, April, IS, ISfll 3. The SeTonth Regiment, New YorK Si M., passing down Cortlandt street, on their way to Pennsylvania Depot, en route for Washington, D. C. ODD FELLOWS; GOOD FELLOWS. The diamond anniversary of American Odd Fellowship was celebrated on Thursday last by an Imposing street parade In the afternoon and a magnificent ball in the evening. The weather was favorable and the arrangements were com plete, for which the committee deserves special credit. The general programme as carried out consisted of the pageant In the afternoon, exer cises in Convention hall, and the ball In the evening...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

'1?,-1- - -4-W ?L V ''&? i r"Vr- -- wc B'TFf -?,-5PEy.w. S, THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY,. APRIL 29, 1894. gjsS9!e?,v,-i33g'lSv?5' -,' The People's s Forum. MR. ROGERS' VIEW. Some Susscstlons As to How the SiUer Question .Might be Settled. To tho Editor of TnE Times. Last Summer I was a patient listener to the ar guments advanced by Sonators on tho financial depression then, as now, prevailing throughout the United States, and was led almost to believe that when our country was put on a gold monometallic basis that tho national bankers- and money lenders throughout the land would or ect boolhft on the street corners and peddle their sold like faUrs. In fact, they would be bo anxious to loan and invest that not only eery old Industry then closed but new ones would start anon, waes would increase, and workingmen itould be compellel to wort: twelve to eiphteen hours a day to supply tho product oi their lbor, tho demand would bo so great. But I tuoupht of th -world's product of pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 April 1894

-iam WR$&P&?' rwr?z?''7im iXZZFFJ&. a. 8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APEIL 29, 1894. -- Talk is Cheap! But QUALITY counts in CLOTHING as in everything else. Reason it out for yourself whether you are not more likely to buy to the best advantage from a BIG STOCK like OURS. The richest and choicest garments from all the leading makers (for we are not confined to the output of any one firm, but can and do take our pick of the products of all the best of them,) than from the meager lines of second or third-rate stuff to be found elsewhere. Spring suits and overcoats for men in all of the latest shapes and most popular fabrics, cut right, made right, and will fit right, and at the right prices; $io to $40, and satisfaction guarantee at each and every price. Try us once and you'll say good-bye to the custom shops. Robinson, Ghenj & Go., Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. A SHOE FOB COMMONWEAL i ( 'Wo conduct our business for the Public Good ("the Commonweal"). We use our knowledge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 April 1894

-ij". THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. :sro. 44. WASHTtfGrTO, D. C, MONDAY MOKNTffGr, APBH 30, 1894. OZfE CENT. THEIR PILGRIMAGE IS DONE Coxey and the Faithful Go Into Camp in Siqht of the Capitol. THOUSANDS VISIT BRIGHTWOOD Vehicles of Every Description Called Into Service By Curious Citizens Intent on a Sight of the Commonwealers Coxey Ad dresses a Large Audience in the Afternoon. Citizen James JSloclier Coxey, commander-in-chief of the eocmI roads army of the common weal, standing on a rickety wagon In tho center of the Urlghtwood driving park, waving aloft his Alpine hat to ono of tlio most cosmopolitan and extensive audiences ever gathered In Washing ton, announced yesterday afternoon that the greatest inarch of the nineteenth century had been accomplished. The march had been accomplished as Citizen Coxcy said, but its ending was In pitiful contrast to tho mossing of tho thousands of unemployed that it projectors had prophesied. Three hun dred and a half of fairly-dressed, woc-bego...

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