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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 March 1895

"- t55sH-" -gf &?& - v?,v&rjY?-rs$g!pezvr''-rSg?r. jj--t -. THE WASniSGrTOT TIMES, THTTBSDAT, MARCH 14, 1895. S - -y AMUSEMENTS. CDEMY Prices 23. 50. 75. and $ 1. A( "A od. ana fcat -rui. - TJio Satirical Comedy-farce, ARailroadTicket Next wcek-TnE COTTON KING. -VEW 'NATIONAL THEATRE , x rnry evening, Wednesday nnd Sat Mats. SOL SMITH RUSSELL. -lo-mght. THE HEIR-AT-LAW: Fri. and Sat e, a -.at Mat , A POOR RELATION. SALE OF SEATS Sow In progress for illard Spencer B?-, $1 C With FRANK DANIELS, UVlTOllLMESSns LANDKS, and t W soventy others. DT TATT SEATS, 23 and 5Qe Mats. Tuos., DltlUll Tinas, and s-at Washington's favor " ""ito family lesort. This ook LTMoLN 1 T J II The BARNUM of all sconic melodramas. Nest w eok The Silver King. GRAND OPERA HOUhE EDWARD IT. AL len. Mnuagor Evenings at S; Sat mat at 2. LILLIAN RUSSELL Opera Company. To-n'git, "La Pcrichole." I ridny. Satuiday matinee, und Saturday night, "The Grand Duchess." Pries. $2. n 50, SI. and 23c Nt vt Week LOTTIE...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 March 1895

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJBSDAT, jMAJRCH 14, 1895. The Washington Times (EVEKV DAT IN THE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY ' Tlie Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. f cnniwzsr Coiwek pekketltaku atence akd Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S6, Business Office, 337. rricc, Daily Edition Oao Cent. Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month - Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 14, 1895. Subscribers, to "The Times" vtill confer a foTor by promptly reporting any discour icsy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the part of the carriers. Complaints cither by trail or in person will receive prompt attention. Papers should be de livered to all parts of tho city by 0:30 o'clock each morning, including Sunday. NO LONGER FORTUNE'S FAVORITE. It has been claimed that resident Cleve land was born under a lucky star, that he was fortune's favorite, and by some it has been urged that his destiny is guided by supernatural influence. A glnnce at the record of his present administration...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 March 1895

-.5J - Sv--ci TJtE' WjiSHDreTON TIMES THURSDAY, StAItCH 14, 1S&5. T3iS5iML.v (Laosliyfgli&in)? Eftj RICH I saw MOSES'. aHURSUAX, 3IABCH.14, 1BD5. Again we invite you to see our SPRING EXHIBIT of FRENCH and AMERI CAN CRETONNES SATTBENS, COTTON DAMASKS, SWANSDOWNS, DIMITIES, IJNENS. OAUD1NETS, ETC These materials are es pecially suitable for wall cov erings, slip covers, bedroom hangings etc. There is wide range of variety and price, and the entire first floor ANNEX has been set aside to the display. Materials for from 15c. per yard. We make SLIP COV ERS to order. W. B. AND SONS. F and Ilth Streets. Storage Warehouses, 221 St, noar3L THIS WILL T Our plan of giving credit will help ANYBODY who has Furniture or Car pots te four- Every article contained on our six big doublo floors has its price XBaet in. plain figures. Wo invite you to mate a Mat of the things you noed compare ourprices with those of the cash stores see if it isn't to your ad vantage te buy here S 1jTC We will a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 March 1895

- THE WASEXSTGrTO TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1895. THERE'S No guesswork in biding clothes HERE. We take t h. e responsibility for every stitch, of every gar ment we sell, not only at time of purchase, but un til the are worn out. Doesn't this list suggest something you need? A Mackintosh. A Light Overcoat. A Spring Suit. Separate Trousers. S3.00 Derbies new blocks. Lighter Underwear. Special sale of Socks. 1 New Neckwear. Fancy Shirts. Collars and Cuffs (our lOc brand.) Or anything else that's proper in clothes and outfittings for men and hoys. You'll find the biggest and best line in town HERE. HoiiseoOnerwe frttU -J r OI CLOTHES. mm r 5is,.furnishincs, .- .. - , HATS. DEATH OF GEORGE L. CLARK. Prominent 1-awycr Passed Away Without Warning in His Office. The death or Mr. George L. Clark, a prominent attorney of this city, occurred yesterday morning without -warning, in his office at the .Atlantic building. The coroMcrlsluveistigBUon of the death proved that it resulted from natural...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 March 1895

THE WASHIMLM TIMES (Ire 2ou VOiil $or Cheaper as? VOL. 1. 3KX). 3G1. WASHINGTON, D. C., JTHrDAT jMOK3Srra( MA11CH 15, 1895 SIX PAGES. ONE CENT. SUNDAY TIGMQH1B9 FEL&TUMES WIJLJL, IBS) 4lWIQM0MID) IM T-MffiMOTra IVAJPim EHTHUSED QB SUFFB&OE MMMMMMMM"'M"'W'"" "' M"M'MM "IBW M M WM"MMMM"' M MM W E f ' ' SPUN I0STBE CME1 Repetition of the Allianca Affair May Cause Her Trouble. Two Committees Appointed at a Meeting of Workers. 1AB0H LEXDIXG'ITS LNPLUEXCE Organizations Throughout the Country Are to Be Asked to Demand of Their Con gressmen the Eecocmition of the B:phts of the District Address to Be Presented to the Members of the Next Congress. A meeting ot District euf fragl ts that ojioned tamely but ended with a room full of enthusiastic workers "was held last night at tlie Knights of Labor Hall, at Four-and-a-half Mreet and Pennsylvania avenue northwest. President MUfonl Spohn, or Uie Suffrage Association, occupied the chair, and Mr. Georse O. Cook was chosen secretary pro torn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 March 1895

THE WASHTJtfTCXN TEVTES, EBIBAX, MARCH 15, 1895. King's Always Showing the Newest. We nlways show advance styles of Millinery ahead nf couipetltl a. This means that we nro always la advance of our neighbors with the newest, tho choicest aud the host. Our Mil linery prlcos are invariably lower than those of any other Millinery house in the city. The items below, taken from the various depart ments of our big stores, form a fltting climax for our now famous 'Prico-rocord-toeating" Sale. SEPARATE SKIRTS. $5 Crepe Cloth Skirts, S2.4S. Made in full widths (4ti yards), lined throughout with Hair Cloth and Crino line, organ pleated back. Regular 0 AQ price.SSOO. Sow V :" $10 Crepon Skirts. $4.98. THE TALK OF TflE TOW.V. CREPON Cloth Skirts orpan pleat back haircloth lined throughout; full AXC, yardb wide; all blzes, all lengths. . QQ ltcgularly sold forSHltfl Only. iP-t'J $12 Safn Skirts, $7.98. Vory line quality Satin Sklrtc organ v pleat backs: f ulM& yards wide; hair cloth lined thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 March 1895

''$' l&!i?- mS f " '&?' "fT't -"-" X'&iVV-Hf!i:g sry. T-J-"?,2r S5jf5v &-- &an--''f-f K"f- -caCfE AHUSEMENTS. VIRGINIA If GL1 SrKIG .MEETING, 1895. OPENING DAY, "RFW EVERY MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, and 1 MDAY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. All THE HIGHEST CLASS HOUSES WILL TAKE PART. MX RACES EACH DAY, COMMENCING AT ;PFl I T. It OfCTRAINS direct to Grand Stand i li U avo Situ Street Station at 1:30 and 2 p.m. ADMISSION: Gentlemen S1-tl0 Ladies 50 Cents Objectionable characters will bo positively ex luded E. J DOWNUAM, President U D McINTYRE; Secretary. AN EVENING IN ICELAND, BY THE Washington Light Infantry Corps, AT THEIR ARMORY. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, Mrch IStoSO, 1S95, 7.30 to 11:30 p. in. The largo ball will bo transformed into an ico palace, illuminated by thousands of olectrie l.th's. making the grandest spectacle over ex L .ted. Beautiful electric fountains. The largest sm w men in the world. Winter Garden, Cha teau t nstles. Cottages, Moorish Floral Temple, Aurora Borcalis. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 March 1895

THE TTASHiyGTQjST TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1895. The Washington Times 3j (EVERV DAT IK THE YEAR.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. SorrawF-ST Corner Pennsylvania Avekce and w Tenth sraEEr. " Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S6, Business Office, 337. rrfce. Daily Edition Oae Cent Sunday Edition Thrco Cents By the month - Thirty-live Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 15. 1895. Subscribers to "Tlic Times" ill confer a foor by promptly rcportins any discour tcsy of collectors, or ncjrlect of duty on the p"" ' t,,c carriers. 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 -'clock each morninc, including Sunday. GRESHAM WHAT! It would be folly to assert that Secretary Gn-shnm is not an aide and dibtiiuruIMied jronUenian. Ilife service as a Union solJior 'was eom-jtfeuous for Its brilliancy and bravery. Hs re-cord as a jurist is noted Tor Its impartial decisions, and his reputa tion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 March 1895

r v- " H .V" 5 r V- THE WASHINGTON TIMES FRIDAY, ZL&WM 15, 1895. Klvn TwoV4SpeciQls"-rTo-day Only! The People's Markets "" j.-.TfT """3 5, M-M,1M,MMMMMMMMWMMWWMMMWIIIMMaPMWgP" sz? c!LyirmT& ,,,,7. 'i$, &y m w 1 - -t si? TAJI tyj Dressing Table . $"7.85 Cheaper than you ever heard of a Dressing Table's beln sold for before. Has French bevel plate mirror. One drawer. Polish finish. We guarantee this a lower price thiR has ever been quoted in America. t3Not one sold to-morrow at this figure." I MOSES sAoNNDs. F and Ilth Streets. Storage 'Warehouses, 221 St, noarJL THIS WILL Our plan of giving credit will help ANYBODY who has Furniture or Car pets to bur- Every article contained on .our six liip doublo noors has Its priee inark Ju plain, figures. " Wo invito you Ipmake "a list of tho things you need compare our prices with those of the cash stores see if it isn't to your ad vantage to buy hero ON "We will arrange payments to suit you weekly or monthly not a iioto to sign no ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 15 March 1895

'' -"5-'ci-,is J--5rf" - v,. jp5s5?" ,"T"w t - 0 THE WASHiyGTOJsT TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH. 15, 1895. 1 " ""i-J. J"i"t SH. -v WHEN The cold wave passes you'll want a light overcoat. An In spection of our line will convince you that you can buy one to better advantage of us than anywhere else in town. All of the new styles, new fabrics, and new colors, but the same old reliable qualities and same low prices. $10 up, for gar ments which can't be duplicated at our prices anywhere In Washington. Get a spring derby. The best is only S3. 00 HERE. Any block you want. We have them all. f oosnson, 12tli and F THE Bankrupt Clothing Stogk. The Center of Attraction The crowds the masses all going one way from early morning until closing time tells its own story the story of low prices he story of de sirable merchandise offered the story of promises fulfilled. Theremodelingand enlarging of our stores (now in progress) is not con ducive of comfort in buying, but such values as these are worth climbin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 March 1895

W wk w M H W 2a X s l w px 1 I I (IS m " rflFB? arc you tDttr? $6r Cheaper as?' VOL.L ISTO. 3G2. WASHEKTGTO, D. C, SATURDAY MOKNESTG, MARCH 16, 1S95 SIX PAGES. 02TE CENT. POLICE llffffl TIE M Two Farmers Came Here to Buy of Green-Goods Men. GBESHiirS ULTIMATUM ! It Was Sent to Prevent Another Spanish Outrage. MANY VESELS ENDANGERED Ten of the Panama Bailroad Company's Ships Pass Throngh the Windward Pass--ezo Monthly Story of the Attack of tho Spanish Cruiser Upon the Alliance Told Again by the Officers of the Steamship. New York, March 15. Cant. Crossnian, of the steamship AUIunca, left the steamer to-day, complaining of illness. It was said at the office of the Panama Railroad Company that the ultimatum of the Secretary of State demanding an apology from Spain was probably the official ans wer to Capt. Crossman's last affidavit and to a dispatcli sent to Mr. Grcshani by Gen. John Newton, president or the company, "Wednes day evening. This dispatch informed the Secretary of State t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 March 1895

THE WASHINTOIN" TIMES, SATURDAY, JVIAKCH 16, 1895. sdnjt?U? '&c-acycij&. . r wr. o?g pM sctr sur-if . (T Our Weekly Remnant Day Comes" TO-DAY, nnd no matter what the weather, we will make it a BARGAIN DAY that'll be memorable for unusually good one-day values will be offered. You can't hij atihese prices Mon day, so 3'ou'd best come to day. Call for these: 10 Bigr Bargains: Marked One-day Price- Price '0tsut5croli" j 0 5 SO CO "IWaHgleC" TOW COCO IMUwe" TtiliO GO 00 "Viator" 55 88 45 0J "Waorly"- WOO 40 03 "OapHar WOO 40 00 "OaHtal" 59 OD 40 09 "J.inirew 40 00 80 00 Pajsho"'..'. SB 00 29 00 "Viiar," cubWon 88 W i W Bargains in Sundries: Saddles that were from SS to 18.50 each, to-day $2 BELLS that we $1 uowOeCoBts. BELLS that ere1.25 now 75 Cents. JIBLU: that were 20 coots now 30 Cen'-s. XUOUSGH GUARDS that wore 15 cents now 8 Cents. LOCKS. CHAINS, and all othor sundries aiTLN PER CENT. UNDXR TIllCE to day only. iscnc Cycle Co 9 "Columbia" Agents, 4-52 PA. AVE. PASSING OF A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 March 1895

THE WASHIKGrTOJNT TIMES, SATURDAY, SEARCH 16, 1895. a b b a a HENRY FRANC &; SON, Oor. 7th and D. &.r-w. yMMjjwj'iLT.jg,. ,ita.t.wraWBB8wirg" T-J- A TQ. I JLx jL JL J vL JL JL i AMUSEMENTS. VIRGINIA ((TEy Or y? vi$5iaifiJI SPRING MEETING, 1895. OPENING DAY, HACING EVERY MONDAY. WEDNESDAY', and 1 RlDAY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ALL THE HIGHEST CLASS HOUSES WILL TAKE PART. SIX RACES EACH DAY, COMMENCING AT 2d ji. in. SPFCIAL HACK TRAINS direct to Grandstand Tdl leave Sixth Street Station at 1:30 and 2 p.m. ADMISSION: Gf-ntlemen .....Sl.OO L-dies - 50 Cents OV Ttionable characters will be positively excluded. E. E. DOWN HAM. President. H D- MtTNTYHE; Soerotary. AN EVENING ICELAND, BY THE Washington light infantry Corps, AT THEIR AHMOUY, GRAND OPERA HOUSE3 Mi.rch IS to SO, 1S95, 139 to 11:80 iv in. The large hall trill be transformed into an ico pa'acc, illuminated by thousands of eloctric l.;u:s, making the grandest spectaclo everox L. ted. Ltvutiful electric fountains. Tho largest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 March 1895

4 THE WASHIXGTOy TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1895. The Washington Times EVEF.T DAV IN TOE YKAE.) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company f TIMES BUILDING. fcOWmVEST COH.VEK I'ENhSVI.VAXIA AVENUE AND TENTH JsTOEEr. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4S8, Business Offlce, 237. Iklee, Dally .Edition Ouo Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Uy tho month ...... .Thlrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C. MARCH 1C. 1895. Subscribers to "The Times" will confer a Jul or by promptly reporting any discoiir icsy of collector., or neglect of duty on the rnrt of the carriers. Complaints either b trail or in person will rcccic trorapt attention, l'apcrs should be de livered to nil parts of the city by 0:30 o'clock each tnorninc. including Sunday. A GEEAT AND GOOD MAW. It is wonderful what a rumpus can be kicked up in a short time. Ton days jigo President Cleveland loaded ids gun and a keg of ammunition on the Violet, -slid started South to paraly7e ducks. How well he succeeded s :iot a port of this story. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 March 1895

TTF& WASK'TSPflVO'N" "mfES, fJATmRDA tit a VVrvrrr 1-A 1S95. HIS SLEEP IAS BROKEN. MOSES'. SATUfclMY, J1AH0U 1C, 1S35. -Invariably turai out most sauisfactoiy productions, equipped as the'- are witu every modern facility, and em ploying as tliey do the .most sldlllul workmen that can be ensued. Though we are dealers, we are manufacturers also, and have with great care prepared ourselves for making "what we can not "buy. The Cabinet Shop, the Upliolstdry Shop, the Finish ing Shop they're all equipped to serve 3'ou properly and at the smallest consistent cost. AND SONS. F and 11th Streets. Storage "Warehouses, 22dSt,TiooT 21. THIS WELL Our plan or giving credit "will help ANYBODY who lias Furniture orCar petetobcr Every article contained on oar six Wk double floors lias its price mark in plain fiittires Wo invito you tonHuUo a list of the things you need oewparo-our prices with those or the mish start-s see if it isn't to your ad vantage aolhuy'iioro ON "VVe will arranRO payments ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 16 March 1895

THJE WASHiyG'TOJSr TIDIES, SATURDAY, IVIAECH. 16, 1895. 6 The Mothers All know who provides the best styles and most durable garments for the youngsters.. That means us always and that's why we clothe more boys than all other Washington clothiers combined. Our new spring stock Is now ready, and as usual It's far better than that of any previous season. To fully appreciate It you must see It. Prices as usual, the lowest In town for same qualities. inson, 12th. and F Sts, THE Bankrupt.Glotking Stock. The Center of Attraction The crowds the masses all going one way from early morning until closing time tells Its own story the ctory of low prices the story of de sirable merchandise offered the story of promises fulfilled. Theremodelingand enlarging of our stores (now In progress) is not con ducive of comfort In buying, but such values as these are worth climbing fences after. 3,009 pairs Mon'a Working Pants, EOc, pair. lien's Dreee Pants. 90c. a pair. Men's Extra Fine Tants, $1.83. Meu'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 March 1895

THE WASHMrTON TIME dre IJou tDttl? $ov Cheaper (Bets? VOL. 1. 1ZO. 363. WASHIGrTOST, D. C, STJiNDAY MOKNTtfGr, MAUCJI IT, 1S95 TWELVE PAGES AND ART SUPPLEMENT. TEDBEE CENTS. LDfBEL&HD'SOWNSAiNT MIND CHANGED, MONEY LOST GIRLS LOADED WITH CHAINS EFTDE!1T Observance of the Day Conse crated to His Memory. SERVICES AT ST. PATRICK'S Pontifical High Mass to Be Celebrated by Archblahon Satolli President Eicbaris, of Georgetown University, Will Preach the Panegyric The Papal Ablegate to be Entertained at Dinner by Father Gloyd. It the man -who -makes a specialty ot telling violets on the Etreet-corners could ummon to his aid the conventional fairy's wand and change the little blue flowers Into shamrocks, he would have gone home last night with a great b.g barrel full or money. St. Patrick's Day happening to fall on Sunday this year, the ceremonies in connec tion with itB celebration will be chiefly of a religious character. There will be no street parade with a band playing the air of "W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 March 1895

TELE WASHXETTO OIHES, SUDAX, JVIARCK IT, 1895. &&My$aM&t S.K an'n. Sons 8th and Market Space. (ENTRANCE OX MARKET.) " Cast yom' bread upon the waters and it will return to you ere many days" That's the way we define our great Rebuilding Sale. Our special low prices and your ex treme liberal patronage have won for us lajirels that are grand and everlasting. Ladies' Muslin Undervvear One lot of broken size covers, fine goods, all styles and-shapes, regular stock. Price wasSOc, 75c, and Sl.OO. Your choice, 19c. One lot of Children's White Dresses, slightly soiled, ages I, 2, and 3 years. Regular stock price was5l-25 and S1.50. Your choice, 69c. 75 dozen Drawers, lest muslin yoke band tucked and trimmed. Regular stock price was 50c Only 35c. lOO dozen Chemise, best muslin, all sizes, trimmed bosom of Hamburgand inserting. Regular stock price was 65c. Only c9c. SO dozen Skirts, ma-'e of pood muslin, deep ruffle and yoke band. Regular stock price was 50c Only 39c. 50 dozen Cow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 March 1895

THE WASHDTGTOy TESTES, SUTETDAY, MARCEL IT, 1895. s LONG SHOTS IN GREAT FORM DEPARTMENTAL BASEBALL Those... Who Know of its closest competitors. It's a wheel that has sprang to tho very front with one great big bound. And it's popularity's growing every day so rapidly that you enn't stop it. It was planned right and made right to begin with that's why it's where it is to-day. If IFs a "Spalding" You Can't Break It. M. A. TAPPAN, 1013 Penn. Av, Washington Agent for Everything Spalding Makes. GOSSIP OF THE 011010 Rain Has Prevented the Senators from Playing with Brooklyn. CAPT. JOYCE YET UNSIGNED Talk of a Trade "Whereby KcGarr "Will Come to "Washington and the "Scrappy" Third baseman Go to Cleveland Work of the league Teams Down South Youngsters Showing Up Well in Practice Games. Hard luck has already hit the Senators. Dp to Friday night four games bad been postponed. If the old adage of a bad be ginning augurs a good ending is to be Tenfled, what a glorious clobe the Wash lngtons wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 March 1895

TETB WASHCTfrTQy TOIES, SUNDAY, 3fAItCH 17, 1805. The Washington Times (Evert Day in thk Year.) OWNED AND 1SSDED BY The Washington Times Companr TIMES BUILDING. 6OCTHWEST CObKElt PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND TfcNTU &TUEET. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S3, Business Office, S3T. Trie, Daily Edition On Ont Sunday Edition Three CwUs. By tho month .. Tbirty-uve Onts. WASHINGTON. D. fc.. MAH0H17. 1895. Sohjcrthcr-. jo "llic Times" will confer a fo-orlv promptls reporting any dKcoar tesy of collectors, or neglect of duty on the pirt of the carriers. Complaints citker by k nil or in person will icccivo yrurapt attention. Papers bliould be dc li-rciedtnall part of the city by itZiQ t'cioc!.. each morning, including Sunday. TEE OOKdJESr OF SPaH. Since the Jingo press and Secretary GrushHm Insist upon eitlier an apolrgy or war with Spain, it ought-o be deckled hufeEebaiid what we will do with that, country should war be declared. For no otic doubts that our soldiers would wlk over the Spanish gr...

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