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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 April 1894

j-ci.uvF.Ay iMPV? -T'm -Mr THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Say In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Fnblishing Company Omen: Coenek Tenth indDStkeetsNokthwist Telephone Editorial Booms, 8ST-S. Business Office, 887-2. l'llc-c. Dally Edition Ons Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By carriers, by the week .Ten Cents. tjIT R A DE sTit? cjCODNCiij WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 30. 1894. The Wcother To-day. District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia: Fair in the morning, showers In the evening; warm southeasterly winds. IT'S A WASTE OF TIME. For mercy's sate, Messrs. Senators, hurry up and do something with that everlasting tariff bill. Why not take a vote on It to-day, or to-morrow, or the next day? All the long winded, dull, tame, and uninteresting speeches you may deliver between now and the crack ol doom will not influence anybody. You are wasting precious time. The times are out ol joint, industry is prostrate, and the peop...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 April 1894

HjjgaSwBJ? 5S W'""!? Jii'fh-'t:ii.Ji, fnf THE WASHINGTON TIMES, 310NDAY, APRIL 30, 1894. 3 onday AT G'S PALACE -Theso bargains are Eoys' Waists. 50 dozen Boys' Calico Shirt WatsU, wldecollhrs. Regular price, :5c,, Monday, 12Jf c Children's Dresses. 25 dozen Children's Gingham Dresses, pretty patterns, rufno over ehoulder, finUhttl with herring bono braid, 1 to 6 years, ltegular price, Wc, Monday, 25c. Wrappers. Ono lot of Ladies' Print Wrappors, Watteau back, wide bretelles oTer shoulder, high sleeves. Regular price. STc, Monday, 49c. 's King 812-814 SEVENTH STREET. COLORED DERBY Including all oxcept the high crowns. Greatly Reduced For a Few Days. All Spring shapes and shades. Good staple styles. S3, S3.50. and S4 Qualities $2.25. S2 andS2.50 Qualities $1.65. Loeb & Hirsh, lien's Honors and Outfitters, 912 F Street N. W. EDWRRD T. MISER Heal Estate Broker. Loans and Insurance, Jlooms-iand GAtlautieBulldin.Ground Floor iS and 030 F Street X. W. Telephone. 1233. Ppocial attention...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 April 1894

, -1- "v-1 fn-ira A THE WASHTN"GrTON TIMES, DAT, APBED A1! 1894. In Such Bright, pleasant Spring weather a man doesn't feel right in an old winter suit Get a NEW one; a SPRING WEIGHT one in keeping with the season. You can do so at a moment's notice, and at very little expense if 3rou come here for it. One which will be in every way satisfactory, and that you'll be proud to wear. There's no doubt about y cu getting suited, for this entire building is filled with the newest and best gar ments for men and boys. All of the finest fabrics, cut in the latest fashions, tailored equal to the best custom-made gar ments, and guaranteed to Jit perfectly. Furnishings, too, in an unusually choice and at tractive variety, and at equally attractive prices. Robinson, Cherub Go., 12th and F Sts. Retiring from Business. Every article in our immense stock reduced. Buy now and save money for yourself and family. BAUM'S 416 SEVENTH ST. Do You Wear Shoes? If so, do they flt you? Do they wear well? Do th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 May 1894

IP iSSBiS THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. StO. 45. WASUDfGTO, D. C, TUESDAY MOKNTtfG, MAY 1, 1894. (XNE CENT. CARL BROWNE TO HIS MEN General Orders of the Marshal as Given Exclusively to The Times. TO-DAY'S MARCH IN DETAIL Coxey and His Eight-hand Man Still Hold to Their Determination of Speaking- from the Capitol Steps Mrs, Coxey and Her Daughter in the Parade. Carl Browne and General Coxey visited the Times editorial rooms last night and gave out for exclusive publication the official announce ment of to-days proceedings. "Vour paper will go down Into history "said tho marshal, as having the only official prepa rations for the greatest day the world has ever Been," The marshal then busied himself by reading tho reports brought in by reporters nnd tele graph messengers, varying these labors by sprinkling signed badges on allcomers. Gen. Coxey and his right bower conferred aside on somo detail arrangements, and after ward announced that eerj thing was in shape. The official orders, as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 May 1894

itjm,- -"-.! ?"t r qrsSswjtrjp; CP ii THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAT 1, 1804. The Washington Times (Ev cry Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company 0inci::C0B.ERTs.vniANDDSrESxisN0ETTFI3T Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-4. Business Office, S37-S. liicc, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition .....Three Cents. By carriers, by the week.. .Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAT 1. 189L Tho Weather To-day. Indications (or tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, 'warmer, fair weather; south winds. UMTY Or I-VI10R INTERESTS. The Times earnestly hopes that some sub stantial good may result from tho labor con ference which was held at Philadelphia last Saturday. If there ever was a time in this country -when there should be perfect unity la labor's ranks that time Is the preseDt. On adjournment it was decided to hold another meeting on September 14 at a place to be se lected by the ohairman of the gathering, and who was mainly Instrumental in calli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 May 1894

V l THE "WASHDTGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1894. 3. , Grand May Opening AT KING'S PALACE. Potted Flowers Free to Every Purchaser- CyAs a special souvenir of our Grand Slay Opening we Trill present every customer TO DAY with n beautiful, healthy potted plant in full bloom. Tho assortment includes r&ses, hollotropes, geraniums, palms, pansles, Ac, furnished by Mr. Studer, the well-known florist. In addition to presenting our customers with this beautiful souvenir wo have provided a feast of bargains in HILLINEBY, CAPES, and rURXISHINGS novcr equaled in tho history of Washington. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 SEVENTH STREET. "MAY SALE" BDN MHRGHE To-morrow. lie. Ribbon Sale. S9S '-Odd" pieces of ribbons go on salo to-morrow morning. Tho lot embraces Gros Grain, Gros Grain with satin edge, Satin and Gros Grain, Satin with Gros Grain edge, Changeables, Gauzes, Moires, Fancy Stripe, Ac, in black, white and all the popular shades. Ends of bolts of Ribbon, which have been selling at 19c, 23c a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 May 1894

"wv$ t;?PI , - - . .-,-j t THE WASHTN'GTON" TIMES, TUESDAY, MAT 1, 1894. WE Charge nothing for style. Our honest price suits at $io, $12, and $15 are as fashionable in shape and will fit as perfectly as the finest ones, the only difference being in QUALITY of fabric and trimmings. Let US supply YOUR Spring suit. No matter what price you want to pay, we guarantee to give you more satisfactory garments than anyone else. Come in; see if it is not so. You are under no obligation to buy. You won't be urged to, and if you do, and for any reason at all should feel dissat isfied, bring back the goods and get your money. Shall we see you to-day? The weather is just right and the stock at its best. ROBINSON, CHERY & CO., Twelfth and F Sts. LADIES' UNDERWEAR At 15 Per Cent. Less Than Cost. On account of tho lack of room and dullness of tho times we've decided to do away with ourJLADIES' UNDEK NEAK DEPARTMENT. Tho quicker we sell It out tho better pleased we'll bo. And 15 PEK CENT. LESS THA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 May 1894

5-- msvzv?. -- ;!sr3j35rrsw,-cfr5r!T?r?s5j r-y r. , 5 . - -- 7 THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, TVEDNESDAT MOBNING, MAX 2, 1894: ONE CENT. VOL. 1. NO. 46. COXEY GOES TO THE CAPITOL But He and the Commonweal Army Kceche a Warm Welcome. RIOT IMMINENT FOR A TIME Marshal Carl Browne Arrested After a Strug gleSeveral Ccxeyites "Who Came toHIi Hescuo Clubbed Thousands of Spectator! Present Coxey Attempts to Kale a Speech. All morning long the hundreds of curious had climbed the wide steps leadlngjup to the Capitol, nnd ranging themselres along the terraces, looked down upon the city below as they awaited the coming of the loader of the commonweal of Christ and his band of 3ft) The finale of a chap ter in tho history of America was about to be witnessed, of a chapter unique and without pre cedent. For eeks the weary march of the lit tle army has been chronicled In detail through out the land. They had trudged through sleet and snow, rain and storm, over mountain and plain, enduring p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 May 1894

tsewwVWWiwji)MfiPi rwpsgf1' J iSr-Si'tV-r'W K -' t v . "N THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company OJTICE: COKNEBTXSTH.lXDDSTBXmKOK'lllllJUT Telephone Editorial Booms, S37-8. Business Office, 337-2. I': lec. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -..(.Three Cents. By carriers, ty the week....-.Ten Cents. !SSfit!?jCbTJN CILJ WASHINGTON, D. O., MAY 2. 1894. The Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland, generally fair during Wednesday; probably followed in the evening by showers; cooler In the evening; southwesterly-windi. e THE COXEY INCIDENT. Well, the Coxey army came, saw, was clubbed, and two of the leaders hustled off to the police station. For what? For entering the Capitol grounds as individuals, for enter ing as citizens within the sacred area set apart by the people for our representatives to make laws in. Mr. Coxey was the bearer of a petitio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 May 1894

-r - "" """ 'r ' - 3SF -SW'KSro9!:l' - - -v -, 4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1804. !. king's palace; 812-814 7th St Ladies' Waists. Ladies' s t y 1 i s li Percale Waists, light blue, lavender, and pink, ruffle over shoulder, dotted and striped effects. Sold elsewhere at 75c. Here 49G KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. Look Out! s We Are Loaded. This is the way will we shoot them off, viz: Ladies' $3 Patent Tip Button Shoes for $1.50. Ladies' $3 High Russia Bluchers for $1.95. Ladies' $2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords for $1.50. Ladies' $2 Oxfords for $1.35. Ladies' $.8.75 Oxfords for $r.85. Ladies' $3.50 Oxfords for $2.50. All fresh Spring Goods. All colors and styles to select from. THE Shoe House GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. NOT A CENT EXTRA for the help our "Equitable Credit System" lends 3Tou. You pay us simply what the Furniture Carpets Mattings Draperies Bab' Carriage Refrigerator, you buy are worth no more than they'll cost anywhere else not quite so much as they'll be in s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 May 1894

-." "Of jfwKKjqigngj wT ia,,-ffi-5 " , -. i -? yfi, w?.? --' r T .r t THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1894. There's A really good suit HERE at $io, a better one at $12, a still better at $15 and 18, finer at $20, and so on up to the finest on earth, at $40, and no matter which price you pay we guarantee you a more satisfactory suit than you can get elsewhere at the same price, and what's more to your advantage OURS will FIT perfectly. If they or if for any other reason you are not suited, don't. buy. .We won't urge you to. We don't have to. , The sizes in that Robin's Egg Blue and Heliotrope Balbriggan underwear are all complete again, and the price is still 50c. per garment. Robinson, Chenj & Go., Twelfth and F Sts. A "SCORCHER" IN CLOTHING That'll Set the Gity on Fire. The most wonderful of all the Clothing Sales of. the present century began here Saturday Morning. The reasons are these: Our large factory in Syracuse, N. Y., was forced to shut down on account of the de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 May 1894

"'5' w. y. r. THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 2fO. 47. "WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOBNTNG, MAY 3, 1894. ONE CENT. " COXEY MUST ANSWER ALSO He is Arrested at the Police Court Upon an Affidavit FRANK HUME GOES OX HIS BOXD rhe Arrest was a Complete Surprise Both to Gen. Coxey and the Spectator! Police Court Scenes Yesterday Morning Were Quite Interesting. Jacob a Coxey, tho chief of the commonweal army, is also under arrest, and the three leaders of the movoment which culminated at the Capi tol grounds Tuesday each will have to answer to the courts for the part ho toot lnyesterdays demonstration. Tho trial of Carl Browne, Chris topher Columbus Jonen and Coxey baa been post poned until Friday. They 111 be arraigned on that day before Judge Miller In the police court. The arrest of Coxey toot place yesterday morn ing in the police court on an information filed against him Tuesday night. The three men hare a considerable array of Populist lawyers to defend thorn, their counsel including Rep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 May 1894

ZS?; -srv3r - i i THE' WASHDTGrtfOlf TIMES, THURSDAY, MATT 3rl8?. n 2 jiwrt" The Washington Times (Every Day in the Yer) (OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Office: Cousin Turn as D Btbum Noethwist Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-S. Business Office, SS7-2. rrlcc, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition .....Three Cents, J3y carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 3. 1894. The Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia, generally lair during Thursday; northwesterly winds, be coming variable. m THE CLEVELAND RIOTS. The rioting in Cleveland yesterday, in which, the dispatches inform us, tome 7,000 men were engaged, makes it manliest that there are some idle and discontented men there, as elsewhtro. The disturbance is said to have grown out ot the celebration ot the previous day. The mob attacked several manufacturing establishments and destroyed a large amount ot property. TYe are not ad vised as to the occupations of the rioters, when employed. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 May 1894

imBmmmaaBmamMmiwmw. jiiuiuuji&iu"iiijmiSj,iiw.wuHM J?y -1 -'..- . THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUBSDAT, -MAT 3, 1894. I i s. r y KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St Ladies' Waists. Ladies' stylish Percale Waists, light blue, lavender, and pink, ruffle over shoulder, dotted and striped effects. Sold elsewhere at 75c. Here 49G. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. Look Out! We Are Loaded. This is the way we will shoot them off, viz: Ladies' S3 Patent Tip Button Shoes for $1.50. Ladies' $3 High Russia Bluchers for $1.95. Ladies' $2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords for $1.50. Ladies' $2 Oxfords for $1.35. Ladies' $2.75 Oxfords for $1.85. Ladies' $3.50 Oxfords for $2.50. All fresh Spring Goods. All colors and styles to select from. THE Warren Shoe House GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. 8ILSBY A COMPANY BANKERS AND BROKERS. JIEIKOPOLITAN BASK BUILDING, Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury. TELEPHONE 503. BRANCH OFFICE. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDEN'G, Ta Ave. and Tin St., 2d floor. Telephone, S14. W. E. SHANNON, Mg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 May 1894

vv ' i- V THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUBSDAT, MAT 3, 1894.,, sp-- YOU Can't delay the purchase of your Spring suit much longer. This weather Trill hurrv you up. Como In to-day. Tou hovo nothing to gain by waiting. The weather Is favorable, the slock Is at Us best, and Ihe prices are very tempting. MEN'S SUITS ' As low as SIO, good ones, too, or they wouldn't be HERE. Others as high as 40. An unusually choice line and qualities at $15, $18, and $20, But no matter what price you pay, wo guarantee satisfaction. You'll need Spring Turnlshings, too. You'll find the best lino in town HEBE, and at tho most attractive prices. Remember, one of those elegant, per fect time-keeping Watches FREE with every cash purchase of SIO or more. Robinson, Ghery & Go., I2th and F Sts. Water Coolers, Filtors, Refrigerators and the like will bo pressincneeda short ly. Are you supplied! A com bination WATER COOLER AND FILTER will proTe a great con venience in your office as well as your homo. It'll bo more t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 May 1894

bms&s 4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. HfO. 48. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1894. ONE CENT. ppllp J THEIR WORK WAS IN YAIN Commonvrealers Could ' Not Remedy Their Unsanitary Camp, STILL SEARCHING FOR SITES Coxcy Favors the Ivy City Location, bat Hai Hade Ko Definite Arrangementi Com misiionen Deliver Their Ultimatum The General and the Marshal Affaln Speak. Gen, Jacob S. Coxey was conspicuous toy hit Absence from too camp of tbe army of the com monweal during the groat er portion of yesterday, lie remained away for the purpose of attend ing to matt era Incident to the proposed removal of the army's camping place In the vicinity of Jam os Creek canal to a more healthful portion of the city or to some place In the suburbs and easy of access to the capital. Several sites are under consideration, the most prominently mentioned being those at the Ivy City track, a site In the vicinity of Kock creek, and another on Maryland avenue nearer to the Capitol building than the pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 May 1894

ajy.vespwjewtfwwfs mfUg 'tySfS-'Vy ,- -m-ygy J&-"ifs-'",?a,3'??52ef "'Sir THE WASHmGTON TIMES, PREPAY, MAY 4, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY TIic Washington Times Publishing Company office: Corner Tenth axd D Strut Noethwist Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business OBlce, 837-2. Price, Dally Edition .. One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By carriers, by the week.. ..Ten Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, MAT , 189. Tho Weather To-day. For tho District of Columbia and Maryland, Increasing cloudiness; possibly showers by Friday night; slightly lower temperature; cast to south winds. Tor Virginia, fair except probably showers in northern portion Friday evening; warmer In eastern, cooler in western portions; south east winds. TIIE POWER OF THE JURY. The other day, when the post office appro priation bill was under consideration in the House of Representatives, a discussion arose as to the power of Congress to pass declara tory acts. Mr. Everett, of M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 May 1894

yMgSSSfpWS --afiV" ' V r r c -Jj "c - I THE WASHINGTON TIMES, PBIDAY, MAT 4, 1894. 8 tft e KING'S PALACE, 8i j-8i4 7tb-St. Ladies' Waists. Ladies' stylish Percale Waists, light blue, lavender, and pink, ruffle over shoulder, dotted and striped effects. Sold elsewhere at 75c. Here 49G. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. Look Out! We Are Loaded. This is the way will we shoot them off, viz: Ladies' $3 Patent Tip Button Shoes for $1.50. Ladies' $3 High Russia Bluchers for $1.95. Ladies' $.2.50 Russia Blucher Oxfords for $1.50. Ladies' $2 Oxfords for $1.35. Ladies' $.75 Oxfords for $1.85. Ladies' $3.50 Oxfords for $2.50. All fresh Spring Goods. ,h All colors and styles to select from. THE ;!ioe House GEO. IV. RICH. 919 F STREET. 8ILSBY & COMPANY EVNKFItS t.D BROKER'S. 'jIFlWH'OUi VN" IHMi. BUILDING, Fllteenth street, opixisite Treasury. BRANCH OFFICE. t EXTliAL XATIOVU. r.XMC BUILDING, Pa e auJ Tlh t.. id Boor Te'ephcne, 514. . E. bUANXOS, Slgr. mnis-ly NOT A CENT EXTRA t for the help ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 May 1894

ff. - iv KL-f fs2vSX 'i rssf' 7swS3F,rs5F srcp??? ?"-" THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, PBIDAT, MAT 4. 1894. WHY NOT Save about one-half the money you usually spend for Clothes? Especially when you can wear just as fine, as fashionable, and as well-fitting garments as any tailor ever made. Come in and see how well WE can suit and fit you, and at what LOW prices you can buy REALLY GOOD clothes. Bring the boys along, and we'll clothe both of you for less money than you usually pay the custom folks for your, own garments, and we'll give you satisfactory garments, too. Don't fail to get one of those elegant imported Ger man Silver Watches. It will keep correct time, and it's FREE with every cash purchase of $10 or more. Robinson, Ghenj & Go,, I2th and F Sts. MARVIN NOT HIS NAME. Eookinaldng Cases Go Cher Until a New Indictment Is Found. FreeMent GoorgoII. EnRemann, of tho Ivy City Jockey Club, and tho quartette of bookmakers Georjo B. Marvin, Otto Townshend, Edward C. Smith, aud Bert C. Clayp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 May 1894

aHBHlHHllliHHI ?? i i w'l'ini i i w "inn 'mi iiiiiMiiiiiiwi'iuiiii'ii miiiii ztits 's?t,&f.'irftt"i&3wjwi2FZi'saaM?wc &i..fv.-i' a-7sfircjjsa L.vrecfjJWYSffj,jr,.v'' 'zfzzsr. 'SV ? . -wWt: ssasJSa&&pg orwi; 'imrs ' v" ' "- "iN3 ,V.tn THE WASHINGTON TIMES tH VOL. 1. NO. 49. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 180i. ONE CENT. CASES CONTINUED Commonvrealers Ably Defended Distinguished Statesmen. by SENATOR ALLEN'S ABLE.; FLEA ' e Appears for the Defense, Together with Several Congressmen, and Tells Judge Mil- K ler Wiat He Thinks of the Eights of Citi zens Carl Browne Threatened. The District Police Court was filled with an at f tnosphere of Populism yesterday for the trial of the three leaders of the commonweal army who entered the Capitol grounds on May Day. Gen eral Jacob & Coxey, Marshal Carl Browne and , Christopher Columbus Jones, of Philadelphia, the defendants, wore early In court, supported by the presence of the local leader, CoL A. E. He d ston...

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