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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 March 1894

"aSigagsr?t--'.v' -c ?-i-?rviik7.-ss3 ZX MfO-j, -, -iV ' v- -tftf 4H ' THE WASHIXGrTCW TIMES, THTTIISDAY, MAKCH 22, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: H. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHISQ; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: IILTCHINS BUILDING, COKNEK TENTH AND D STKEETS NORTHWEST. Telephone 337. Price, Dally Edition OnoCent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCn 22, 189L Weather Indications forTo Jay. District oi Columbia and Maryland: Gener ally fair; probably slightly warmer in the in terior; south or southwest winds. Virginia: tair: southwest winds. Notice to Stockholders. All stockholders of tho Washington Times Publishing Company whoso shares aro not fully paid may hereafter make payment at Tun Times office. Open till 11 p. m. Per order of board of directors. Tnos. A. JIiTcnELL, Secretary. Let Us Remind You That The Times is an Associate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 March 1894

l 4-f?t, s "Ajs-yswgs? -:is " THE "WASHESTGrTON TIMES, THURSDAY, .MARCH 22, 1894. 3 -- - 4--&chif ;js PomradBship U in M in Marriage, Comradeship, writes Junius nenri Browne, is tbo strongest test and proof ot affection nnd sympathy between persons of tho same or of different sex. The fervor and frrco of Jove may bo measured by if. Lovers, as ev ery body Knows, cannot, in tho early Etages of their passions, be together too much. It i3 very raro, however, that such excess of com radeship continues long niter marriage. Thero are, or coarse, good nnd patent reasons for this, though tho general fact remains. The degreo of comradeship kept up between a man and his wife is evidenco in tho main of their mutual attachment and harmony. Material interests aside, we do not seet or share tho society of those that wo fail to bo in nccord with. Community of opinion, of taste, of feeling, brings us together, nnd lack of such community separates us. It is n con tradiction in terms to say that t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 March 1894

.& f vy. jk-. t Ci--4r,-&-'X!V ' '?tofrdg$. w&&ww AVE tlie cour age to bring back anything bought t f us that doesn't give you entire satisfaction. We are in the cloth ing business to grow to grow BIG! We want every buyer to become.a perma nent all-the-3'ear-around customer. Your money's worth or your money back. Why not let us sell you 3'our Spring Suit! Drop in and try on one of our io buits and see how they look. Parker, Bridget jfc Co., Modern Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street N. W. NEVf ASSESSMENT BILL. C. 11. Hemingway Thinks It Will Only Per petuate Unjust Discrimination. To the Editor of The Times: In April, ISM, a select committee to investigate tax assessments la this District was appointed by Congress. Tho primary return of the assist ant assessors, as cstiinatod by tho committee, was $.272,035,000, and this was an increase of $125,000,000 over the previous assessment, and nearly all tho lncreaso was made after tho in vestigation began. Afterward a board of eq...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 March 1894

c. '-- 7--f -p 7 HJrt pr- FjhAXpfr 7jKi4jS THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 2fO. G. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MOKNXNTG-, MARCH 23, 1894. ONE CENT. CHINA IS OUR BEST MARKET Great Benefits Which Would Follow the Confirmation of the Treaty. COVETED BY EVERY NATION For Years England, Franco, and Germany Have Sought to Establish Commercial Eo lations with China She "Would Buy Our Silver, Our Surplus Labor and Produce. The chief topis of discussion at tho Capitol yesterday was tho now Chinese treaty, an ex clusho account of which was printed in The Times. Many of tho Senators w ero unaware that tho treaty had been negotiated and would soon bo reported until thoy read of it in Tut Tijils. Asido from thoso features of tho treaty which were set forth in the account of jester day thero are others of far greater magnitude which will follow, and which aro tho result it months of diplomatic intercourse between this gov eminent and China. A representative of The Times called upon Count do Mitkiewicz, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 March 1894

!3S5?5?Ss?!sfsg mj&$m&& THE WASHESTGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, INARCH 23, 1894. The Washington Times Evcry Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: H. J. BROWSE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSniNQ; City Editor: EMOKY FOSTER. Office: llUTCHINS BUILDING, Oornee Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone 837. Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, 1IARCII 23, 1894. NOTICE; ir YOU PLEASE. All persons who subscribed to TnE Times on lists circulated by one W. F. Wilhelm are requested to send their names Into the office, its ho has failed to turn them in, though asked to do so, H. J. Disown e, General Manager. YOUR WIFE---YOUR SWEETHEART- Would surely like TnE Times to morrow Not for any special feature; It Isn't sensational, The Times Isn't; But It contains Innumerable little things That please tho ladles. Do you like a lady? BUY "THE TIMES" AND TAKE IT TO HER WITH A SMILE....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 March 1894

M-t-jw-w T'"- TWS3?SSS5S5?WJ!5rer5KSS'?Sfl" ,c5S,si??!' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. 9 RboUt Baby's Food In Summer Months. As the warm weather approaches, ho w many mothers aro looking forward to baby's "sec ond summer" with anxiety, for the heat nnd "teething" aro a double menace. No man or woman ever has qulto the hold in tho houso- I1 hold which tho baby has; and not only its parents and tho family physician taVo an in terest in the subject of baby s food, but scientific men think time well spent which is devoted to studying tho little monarch's needs. Milk necessarily enter largely into the diet of tho child under flv o ears of nge, but even milk, baby's natural food, contains within its composition the germs of disease, which tho scientists and doctors lump under tho conven knt head of 'microbes'" and bacteria.' Cow's milk nnd mother's milk aro neither free from theo breeders of disease. It is a well known fact that a mother's cross temper nny affect the health...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 March 1894

-.' r-''V fs?.-.-tT'tr4 ?PrK-s.V'S wggflWgSRgg? nFSSSVs THE WASmXCrTON TOTES, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1894. On Easter Sunday When you see everyone else well dressed you'll be glad of a NEW SUIT. You had better come in to-day or to-morrow and let US supply yours. If you do we'll guar antee that you will be as stylishly dressed as any other man in town, for our garments are superior to all other ready-to-wear clothes at any price and the equal of the best custom-made ones at double our prices, $10 to $40, all good values. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 12th and F streets N. W. Our First Grand Spring and Summer OPENING of PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS Begins To-day. YOU ARE INVITED. NEW YORK UMBRELLA CO., 717 Penna. Ave. MAGNETISM SAYES LIFE. When All Else Fails Dr. Damon Public Benefactor. Builders' Exchange Hall Tilled with La dies to Hear and Sec This Sim tccntb Century -Marvel. There Is nothing like plain, solid fact: to convince people of anything even tho most skeptical canno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 March 1894

Pij -tw5&gs?''l & THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. 2ZO. 7. WASITLtfGTCXNf, D. C, SATURDAY 3IOBKTG, jftlAUCH 24, 1894. OXE CEXT. REOPENS OLD OBJECTIONS The New Chinese Treaty Has a Hard Road to Travel. CRITICISMS PROM THE COAST Collectors of Customs Are Clothed With Wide Discretionary Powers Was a Surprise to Western Members Photographic Identi fication Necessary. Some surprise Is manifested In administra tion circles at tho opposition that lias already developed tothoChlneso treat. This treaty is tho outcome of months of patient work and skillful negotiations, and It was hoped that the btnto Department had succeeded at last In settling in a manner that would ho entirely satisfactory tho question of regulating Chi nese immigration. So, in negotiating tho treaty now before tho Senato for ratification, tho admini-tration felt thatithadnchioed somo very desirable re sults, for not only had it sit ut rest the morally sound complaint of tho Chinese government, but it had nt the same t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 March 1894

" -r"xr -Wivr- .v't- ram rjfftm-?. p ,5- vc.J!C'.'' "!?S tV-. THE WASHIXGTOX TIMES, SATUBDAY, MARCH 24, 1894". The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: 1L J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSSING; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: IILTCIIINS BUILDING, Corner Tentiijam) D Streets Northwest. Telephone 837. Price, Dally Edition, i One Cent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D.,0., MARCH 24, 1834. r t J The Easter Number of ! "The Times" n ill be a complete Sunday t f t newspaper, full of enter taining matter for tbo family. f Read1 'The Times" To-morrow. Weather Forecast for To-day For the, District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, fair; probably slightly colder in the evening; westerly winds. PITY .MR. .MORSE ALSO. Tho career of Hon. Elijah A. Morse, a mem ber of Congress from Massachusetts, has long been known tho world over as one of uncom mon purity and goodness....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 March 1894

SSTSC-J x,:if,"5Tl paei!iS--j.pJ8:5F3ff5 - . r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUEDAY, MARCH 24, 1894. ssj-src ?T&rrFtQ':i5m? COXEY MAY STRIKE A SNAG Assemblages Forbidden by Statute to I) Use the Camtol Grounds. LICENSE MUST FIRST BE GIVEN Handsome Contributions Eeceived by the Army Bat Boms ef the Checks Are No Good Hie Soldiers Disbanding in Penn sylvaniaThieves in the Banks in Texas. There Is ono circumstance which may in terfere with the main feature of Gen. Coxej's announced programme at Washington. It has been stated that the object of his bring ing his army here is to assemble It on tho steps of tho Capitol on the 1st of May for tho purposo of impressing its views upon Con gress. To do this it will bo necesary to first secure authority from Congress, as there are specific acts upon tho statute books forbid ding tho assmblago of crowds in tho Capitol or on tho Capitol grounds, or tho holding of any sort of public meeting except tho ses sions of Congress and the assemblages which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 March 1894

--"SlvSi THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1894. TO BE Handsomely and styl ishly clad to-morrow, see US 'TO-DAY. The big gest, best, and finest stock in town of CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS for males of ALL ages is HERE, ready at a mo ment's notice to give as complete satisfaction to the purchaser as if he had worried with the custom folks for a month. See the display of 50c Neckwear in our show window, or better still, come in and see the whole assortment. It is a beauty. Robinson, Cheryl Go., CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 12th and F streets N. W. IKVEHTOR BAKER'S DEATH. rather of the Submarine Boat Expires Yesterday Afternoon. George) C. Baker, the inventor ot tho sub marine torpedo boat, died in this city yester day afternoon. Mr. Baker had been broken down in health for some time, and on Wednes day last underwent an operation for npendl citis, from which he did not recover. The last Congress appropriated $25,000 for tho construction of a perfected sub-marine torpedo boat upon t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

tfmMfWWfm 9 -s ffM THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. NO. 8. WASHEPTGrTOlT, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNTNTr, MAECH 25, 1894. FIVE CENTS. 'l NO LONGER LAUGH AT COXEY The Peace Army Now a Serious Real ity that Commands Respect. KILGORE MAKES EXPLANATION Senator Stewart Has Offered Syndicate land at Chevy Chase for an Encamp mentCol. Bedstone a Candidate for Con gresslocal Arrangements Made. Massillox, O., March 25, 3.00 a. m, Com edy is now passing to the rear of the Coxey movement Hen who had been inclined to laugh at the army as a visionary enterprise admit that there is much seriousness behind it. Mayor Reed, ot Masslllon, who has np to this timo scoffed at tho wholo thing, to-night sworo in twenty extra policemen, who will go on duty to-morrow morning. Tho hotels ot Massillon are crowded and tho streets are packed with strangers to-night, und more people nre coming very train. Tho actual enlistments' number 125. and the soldiers aro being organized into groups of five, with an officer to every gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

-"!. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MABCH 25, 1894. 100 Doz. MEN'S HOSE, Fast Black (Hermsdorf Dye), Tans, Modes, Brown and Unbleached, Ic. Pair One day, Monday. Bon Marche, 314 and 316 Seventh St. POSITIVELY THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY Offers of suburban lots over rrado In this vicinity will appear on page 2 of next Sunday's paper. rmon&Oo, No. 525 13th St. N. W. WARY WASHINGTON MONUMENT. President Clcc!nnJ Receives n Virginia Delegation, Who Urge His Attendance. Tho President yesterday afternoon by ap pointment received tbo delegation of Virgin ians who camo to secure his attendance at the ceremonies attending tho dedication of the Mary Washington monument at Fred ericksburg, Ya., on May 10. Representatives Meredith aud Jones, of Virginia, introduced tho delegation, which Included half a dozen ladies, representing tho Ladies' Monument Association. They pleaded earnestly with tho rresident to attend tho ceremonies, promising to arrange them for his com enience. Tho President replied ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

.' -veijm- f "tw r fliWjw'-'KS5r-'iS wsspPlilfFP THE WASHTtfGrTOK TIMES, SlNDAY, MAECH 25, 1894. 3 i Ts RTale of Two Tramps. The snow that lined tho sides of what tho railroad men of that section called tho "Brighton Cat" was, fortunately for two persons who suddenly found themselves transported from tho cold hospitality of a freight car to tho colder embraces of tho wide, whlto world that encompassed tho track, very deep. After a moment or two of partial insensibility, more tho result of be wilderment than of actual physical hurt, these two lifted their heads up out of the white counterpane thaf clung to them lite Bomo active envelope, and looked alter tho train that was now merely a mist of smoke and an echo faint beyond the curves of the forest. "n'm," said the first one of thotwo derelicts to rise end shake the snow off bis thin form, "that was a fearful breach of hospitality. Wo Invest a common carrier, so termed in law, with the diraltv of carrying such uncommon personages as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

-y'"fjf'y(-3ufv gxr -' ' " -.-' : -r?? '?&$er$ t'zzm $vmtz?i zsgm w& ss?; ry sR:?5p5?5 . i " Hi THE WASHEffGrTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MABOH 25, 1894. The Washington Times (L'vcry Day In tho Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manacer: IL J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHLXG; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: IIUTCUINS BUILDING, Comrat Tenth and D Streets Nobthwest. Telephone 3S7. . Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 23, 1894. Weather rorccast forTo-dny. Tor tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, generally fair; probably colder; severo cold wavo Sunday night; south winds, becoming northwest. ---& -- Monday's Times Twice ns small ns any other paper. Yet containing twice or three times as much. Among Its features will be ? 1 A LITTLE STORY OF t GREAT INTEREST. V V o- 0 -" IX SEVEN DAYS. THE Tijies is exactly a week old this morn ing, and It bows and s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

kpJW1- iS5? 5KV YfS 'SS--JK ;-t r,rfrj(jnj f- t THE WASHTNGTCXN' TIMES, STJNDAY, MABCH 25, 1894. S i f V tv , A LIVELY TUSSLE AT Ninth and E Sts. TO-MORROW'S SALE -OF SUITS. If yon could look in the collars ot the Easter Bolts that Trill he worn on "dross parade" to-day you iroald find the name of Edward, the Clothier, in several hundred of them. We haven't had time to arrange stock tlnco this sale began dcn't expect to havo until it closes. COME DP AND SEE THE FUN These prices for to-morrow only: Youngllon's Clay Worsted Suits 3-button Sack Coat 32 inches Ions, very "swell" Edward's price, flS-Our prico, $8.65. 1,000 pairs of Trousers All-wool French Wor sted Elegant patterns Edward's price, f 10 Cur $4.70. 1,000 pairs Men's Gray Hair Line Pants, $1.30. Men's Doublo and Single-breastod Black ChcTlot Suits strictly pure wool Edward's prico, $16 Our price, $7.60. Men's Flue Dress Trousers hair lino stripe Ednard's prico, JS.M-Our price, $2.20. Dark Gray Children's bults Edward's pric...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

iFW--wr .9&frteerr jiJsn; ? V!S - - ? VW-,' i ir&fUV'Y TV" fc'KSW 'a-''B5i'i V3F- ? ; re"e&5 uS WMm -T V"Ii-"IP lt-154Kb''"1BBIHISnBr''li t r if, - -1 -' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1894. G J v J ; T t t f t t 5 Gold Pieces FOU $2.50. We know 3011 are not looking for but if once you try it Our Own" $2.50 Shoes, Either LIEN'S or LA DIES', you will find them " The best shoe you ever had for the money?'' f t Wm. Halm & Gos Reliable Shoe Houses, 9S0 and 033 SF.VENTH STHEET, 191-1 and 1910 1A.AX, 231 1'A. AVE. a E. te -c-o-os--? R jVIodern MiradB Yesterday, while strolling through Lafay ette Tark, I seated mjself under a magnolia to rest and read Tdl Times. I was deep in Its delightfully bright pages when a kind oico buddenly tailed my name. I looked up, and round myself confronted by a tall, band somo man of middlo j ears. "You hao forgotten me?" he said. "Y-u-s." 'You havo forgotten Ann Arbor, then, and jour old college eomrado Burleigh?" I a on my feet in a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

THE "WASHiyGTOy TIMES, SUNDAY, MABOH 25, 1894. i V V S. Kann, Sons & Co., 711 Market Space INAUGURATE THEIR Great Easter Sale To-morrow, Monday MARCH 26. The prices on Silks, Dress Goods and Remnants are phenomenal. The Saturday "Star" of yesterday and the Sunday "Post" of to-day con tains a complete list of every thing advertised. It will pay every reader of the Sunday "Times" to peruse each and every item. ons & Co. S. Kenn,S 711 Market Space. v Most Lively Dry Goods House in the Union. The Julius Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co. B The Rink, NEW YORK AVENUE, Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. N. W. Offers for Three Days a most Extraordinary Sale, either for GASH OR ON OREDIT To Good Parties. No. i. 1 lot SOLID 0K CHAMBER "UITEi', with cheval dresser. lSxW French plate beveled mir ror Worth 23. SPECIAL PRICE FOK THULE DAYS, "IS 75. NO. 2. 1 lot SOLID OAK CHAMBER SUITE, with 15x24 French plato beveled mirror Worth $.2.50 tl'ECIAL PRICE I OK THREE D.US, $1573. No. 3. 25 SOLID O VK CHi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 March 1894

sPVf?? THE A7ASHXN-GTOK TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1894t A Great Many Of the best-dressed Men and Boys that 3'ou see to-day owe their stylish appearance to OUR stock of fashionable, seasonable gar ments. Are you one of them? If not, stop in HERE any day this week and give us a chance to show you the largest, finest, and ! est stock of strictly HIGH-GRADE Cloth ing ever offered for sale anywhere. Gar ments superior to those you have willingly - . . paid . the custom folks TWICE OUR PRICES for, and got no better PIT, either. . Suits and Overcoats from $10 to $40. All' good values, too. Robinson, Chery CLOTHiERS AND 1200, 1202, and 1204 F Odd Fellows Good Fellows. Central. Lodffo, No. 1. conferred tho Initiatory on ono enndidatoatits last meeting. Gdlem, No, 22, conferred tho first decree nt its last .meeting and will likely have tlio sec ond net Thursday evening. Mechanics Lodge. Xo. 17. will confer tho initiatory next Friday ovening. Fred 1A, Stuart Encampment was royally en tertained ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 March 1894

?PW? sijrsB r--r- 5f5lT - -M THE WASHINGTON TIMES H 1 ' -I VOL. 1. NO. 9. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MOKNTLnTG, MAECH 26, 1894. ONE CENT. "-ey!3f$ sjS j t '." i If. GOXEY BEGINS HIS MARCH He Lcacs Massillon With Less Than a Hundred Men. CAMFING IX A SNOW STORM Tho leader is Exultant Over the Prospect Despite the Paucity of Volunteers About Two-Thirds of Those Enlisted Arc Now on tho March to Washington. Caston-, Ohio, March 23. In tho face or a sharp, cold wind that biought shivers to tho frames of well-clad people Coxoy's army marched eight miles to-day on tho road to Washington. There were a few less than a hundred of them. Not to exceed a dozen had overcoats or gloves. They had slept last night on pal lets of straw in the airy and cheerless circus tent, and the were greeted this morning by tho disagreeable discover that detailed ar rangements had been made for feeding them. Several hundred persons watched their de parture from Masillon, about 3000 persons assembled at tho temporary...

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