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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 May 1894

y'5W'lffiiygjj 'i33MT' ----" " 7fjTA-,t "n "'- V " iT" " 5" Vl'WVS THE WASHTNGTOir TIMES, SATUBPAY, MAY 5, 1894. The Washington Times (Every nay In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Office: corner Tenth and D Streets Northwest Telephone Editorial Rooms, 317-3. Business Office, S37-2. Frloe, Dally Edition - One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. JXRAPE s7 iiftijo uriicflB WASHINGTON. D. 0., MAY B, 1831. The Weather To-day. Tor tho District of Columbia and Maryland, cloudyj slight changes in temperature, varia ble winds. Virginia, fair; warmer near the coast, variable winds. "INSTRUCTIONS" OFASUCJAR EXCHANGE The Sugar Exchange of New Orleans, speaking for the people of Louisiana, "in structs" Senators Caffrey and Blanchard to combine with Hill in " defense of the inter ests of Louisiana," and to defeat the tariff bill, if necessary, to advance those .interests. Comment on the proposed combine is not neeossary; but t...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 May 1894

,-"?-'- r-"- .. ssr&r SSSWJSJSl ' . cjlj ,5- THWASHTSGTCHSr TIMES, SATUBDAY, MAY 5, 1894. 8 . f 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 wo will Bhoot 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' $2.75 Oxfords for 1.85. Ladies' $3.50 Oxfords for $2.50. All fresh Spring Goods. AH colors and styles to select from. THE Warren Shoo Hou GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. SILSBY & COMPANY BACKERS AND BROKERS. METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING, Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury. TELEPHONE 505. BRANCH OFFICE. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Fa. Aye. and 7th St.. 2d Door. Telephone, 514. W. E. SjIIANNON, Met. mhl9-ly NOT A CENT EXTRA ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 May 1894

"wrrr"s? cfv wi'ii? ,-- . rJaVrXl '. 7JiJ- B"?? ' V ,t ': wieJS t THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, DAY, MAY5,il$94.r. Pure Air GotMry Advantages. Description. "DEIi RAY," situated on a platoau about flfty loot h!fher than Pennsylvania Avenue, Is only flvo miles from Washington and ono rnllo from Alexandria. Tho superior location of this most attractive subdivision for hoino-unlldlng manifests Itself in every detail that contributes to tho MODEL HOME SITE. "Del Ray" is ono of thoso beautiful spots that nature seems to have smiled upon from tho beginning and predestined to become tho seat of Washington's most elesant suburb. Tho environments aro such as to afford most picturcsquo and charming landscapes to gladden tho eyo and add to tho pleasures of suburban resi dence. Pure water and pure air, thoso life-giving cloments, coupled with unsur urpassod natural dralnago, insure Its perfect hoalthfulncss. An oxcollont service of 2G trains a day, covering tho dlstanco between Washington and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

'Sfflg rv-'&g&Vllr' e At !s&r ?fpv-ZF&X& w! fwrTf S r ( THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. K"0. 50. WASirorGTOisr, d. c, suitday HOBNnra, may g, 1894. THREE CENTS. PROSECUTION IS FINISHED The Coxey Side Will Have Its Inning of Witnesses To-morrow. AN UNSUCCESSFUL DEMURRER The Court Thought the Prosecution's Evidence Sufficient Senator AHenAbsent, trata Big Congressional Qnota Was on Hand Mr. Fence Gets Excited, but Coola Off. I Tho constitutional caso ol tho United States against Jacob Slecher Coxey, Carl Browne, and Christopher Columbus Jonos for invad Ing the Capitol grounds with a banner and treading on tho grass was continued in police court jesterdaj-, and bids lair to continuo in definitely at its present rate of progress. After much informal thrashing around and battling over insignificant points the prose cution was finished. Tho defense offered an unsuccessful demurrer to the sufficiency of the evidence, and when it takes up its case Monday will have on hand s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

y- -.-" -jvy,??; w"v-"5,Sfi-!l,e!Ki-5!r WE55yw i-STKp-; rSSTSWs -. " xnef--sSfn THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1894, m -----fl bVAVAh AmVb AWA bWMWtbWMWMV VBVflVflVBVBVfll vAVBVBVBp kVSVAVAVAVshVAVAVAVAVAVI 'AVAVAVAVAVAVA1 THE IDEAL SUBURB. Country Advantages. City Conveniences. PURE AIR. PERFECT NATURAL DRAINAGE. PURE WATER. , Description. "DEL BAT," situated on a plateau about fifty feet higher than Pennsylvania Avenue, la only five miles from Washington and one mile from Alexandria, In close proximity to "St. ELMO." The superior location of this most attractive subdivision for home building manifests Itself In every detail that contributes to the model home site. "DEL BAT" Is one of those beautiful spots that nature seems to have smiled upon from the "beginning" and predestined to become the seat of Washington's most elegant suburb. The environments are such as to afford most picturesque and charming landscapes to gladden the eye and add to the ploasures of suburban resi dn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

gssss& I 1-ua' i3V ?Zert"tf "v- S-fI t" THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, MAT 6, 1894. 3 SSw OUTPLAYED BY BALTIMORE Washington Lost Because of Weak Fielding and Poor Batting. JOYCE HAD THREE BIG ERRORS Mercer Pitched Good Ball, but His Support Was Not TJd to the Standard MeGraw, Breathers, and Bonner Succeeded in Mat ing a Triple Flay in tho Eighth Inning. Results of Yesterday's Games. HkwYork, 5; Boston, 2. Pittsburg, C; St. Louis, 5. Brooilyk, 4; Philadelphia, S. Baltimore, 9, WisnLsGTOs, : CmcAGC-Cn.ciN.NATi, rain. Clevelaj.d-Louisville, rain. Tho Championship Record. W. L, Pet, W. L. Tct. Cleveland.. 9 2 81b New York.. G 7 4CJ Boston. 9 Baltimore.. 9 Plttsburc .. S 4 ur: Cincinnati.. "" 4 692 Brooklyn... 5 N 4 CC7 I ouISTlllo . 4 7 301 6 571 Wash'ton .. 3 11 211 Phlla'phla.. 8 6t Louis... 6 6 500 Chicago.... 2 8 SOU SENATORS WERE OUTPLAYED. Weak ridding and Tnilure to Bunch lilts Lost the Game. Baltimore, May 5. At no stage of tho game here to-day was Washington in it, as tho O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

rH,?ii' Gft,-""! ; JWtSl?J SaS? mjtMtmm Ths Washington Times lEery Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company OrncK Corner Tenth and D Streets Kobthwist Telephone Editorial Booms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ...Three Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents WASHINGTON, D. C, MAY 6, 1891. The Weather To-day. For the District ol Columbia, Eastern Penn sylvania, Delaware, and Maryland, showers in tho early morning: unsettled weather, and probably showers during tho day; slight changes in temperature; easterly shifting to southwesterly winds. ABOUT OCRSELF. The Sunday edition ol TnE Times can now and hereafter be purchased for 3 cents. The monthly subscription has been reduced to 35 cents beginning May 1. The circu lation ot this paper is growing at a most satisfactory rate. Our advertising columns speak for themselTes. But better than their growth are tho testimonials wo are receiving from advertisers th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

tr-yl rsmm THE WASHINGrTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1894. -- ffvr'T'.'Wf,'"' -V-' ' h KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th. St HATS. Ladies', Misses' and Chil dren's "Untrimmed Straws, black and all colors, latest shapes. Regular 75c. and 87c value. Here KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. POIKTERS OK WATRIKONY. He loved her. Bhe loved him. They loved cch other. Bat the father objoctod because tuejoungmonwos almost a total stranger. The tlmo had come when the youth must ask the father for his daughter, and he feared to po to him. no held a long conference with Eisboloed. He told her ho did not want to Hsk her father. "George, dear," she asked In a tremulous whisper, "how much are you worth?" "A million dollars, darling," ho re sponded, proudly. Her faco shone in the iirllight. "Then you don't have to ask him," the said with simple trust. "Let him know that, and he will ask you." And George gave the old man a tip. Detroit Free Press. The unmarried women of Winchester, Ky., fcava formed a "Matrimonial ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

JST,l "enif-';V,-w-!-AiV&.fp 5SS?evSi-p&nii" pl cwg-s'f, G- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAT 6, 1894. -.t uMwim - v.j' r-c-rij?Pvs. .JFtfis! ie8W Lay Sermons for Sunday Reading Whon tho theologians will ceaso to teach that tho lliblo is pure gold, and only our richest and most available gold mine, they will find many eager, discriminating miners among that class of men their present claim forces into tho rants of agnosticism. Tho clay that is tho matrix of tho diamond, and adheres to its surface until washed away, is of no more valuo than any other clay. So tho ignorance of geography, astronomy, and physics, tho personal and national prejudice that surround and imbed tho eternal truths in our Blblo must bo recognized before tho goms will bo fully known and appreciated. Thought recoils instinctively from any state ment o lact that tends to us stuitmcaiion. Tho history of religious theories looses its claim upon our attention as wo study tho duties and opportunities of to-day...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

SUPPLEMENT TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WASHINGTON, D. C. ' ''"! -iJ . . (" ''',; :' ' i foci; ;r5:S?t-":!:v W t,'-t &&r 'WM ElPl- ' i.''7 - " , v. ' J7 5g5r - , --V.-fl . -s- :." -.f v - ' ' " X " V KtVTGnCiy7UJ tcucjrfrus

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

? BATTLE OF CHAMFION HELLS, MAY 10m, 18G3 THE FORMIDABLE FOSITION OF GENERAL TEMBERTON CARRIED BY GENERALS IIOVEY, LOGAN (From JPrank Leslie's Scenes and Portraits qf the Civil War.) AND CROCKER, OF GENERAL GRANT'S ARMY. '

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

-U fr "The Best Most Complete and Most Reliable Book of me Soldier in our Civil War ever Published !" Frank Leslie Scenes wl Portraits of tbe (TlTT WX R Magnificent Reproductions of the Famous Frank Leslie War Pictures. An Absolutely Impartial Pictorial and Descriptive History of the Great Conflict. A Work that will Please Everybody, Especially the Gallant Veterans of both the North and the South. A Grand Panorama of the Exciting Events of 1861 to 1865. A book to glance at for a moment. A book to pore over for hours. A book to last a lifetime. The first part of this excellent book will be embellished with Mr. F. B. Carpenter's famous portrait of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. This work will be published weekly, and. be completed in thirty parts. In printing, paper and illustrations it will in every way equal the best illustrated histories of the War, which cost from $16 to $24. ffiift. IPr f HUNDREDS VBV fEITVr of BfitaHkFJ&d STIRRING H&P BATTLE J-r-) M!iRK?v l 8CENES! JJ UJm I0mf3rw h II...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

HT! Si THE WASHHiTGKrOlir TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1894. f TEN LEIDER8 PKOM WE RINK N. Y. Ave. Bet. 13th and ', 14th Sts. N. W. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 10 Solid Oak Chamber Sultos, with 24x30 Beveled PUte Glass in dresser. Regular price, S30.00. For three days H9.W CASn OR CREDIT. 13 Solid Oat Chiffoniers, with 5 drawers. Regular price, S9.50. Special for three Cays 3 CASn OR CREDIT. Solid Oak Sideboards, highly 'polished. Good value at $18.0). Special for throo days v J13.S0 CASH OR CREDIT. ( IS Solid Oak Wt. Extension Dining Tables. Prico6.00. Thissalo $3.83 CASH OR CREDIT. 60 Oak Dining Chairs, with close cane seat Regular price, $1.73. For three days.... $1.10 CASH OR CREDIT. 1 lot Double Oak Wardrobes. Former price, S17.00. Special for threo days. $10.30 CASH OR CREDIT. S5 doien Solid Cat, Finely Follshed Tables, 24x24 inch top. Price elsewhere, $2.55. Special for this sale $1.33 CASH OF. CREDIT. 15 dozen Solid Oak Tables, lCxlC inch top. Regular price, 81.5ft For throe da...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 May 1894

-nt 3"q.,5-9?3'y-s-'-$j J r Hg: 8 THE WASHINGTON- TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 6. 1894. What Do You Think of This! Beginning Monday Morning at 9 O'clock and for Ten Days only We Shall Place on Sale All Our $20 and $25 Business Suits to Order for mi4.so: Fit the Best, Workmanship the Best, Trimmings the Best. The American Tailors, Pioneers of Moderate Prices, 403, 405, 407 Seventh 81, N, W, Ifles Hats, Ladies' Straw Yacht Hats, $1.50 to 53.50. Hats and Caps for Children, Coys, and Youths, 50c, 75c, SI, and 8L50. Latest stylos and colors Derby Hats, S2, 52.50, 53, S3.50, 54, and 55. Tourist Soft Hots, in all the lead ing colors, 52.50 to 54. Dress Silk Hats, 56 and S3. Plain Soft Hats and rocket Hats, 61, 51.50, 52, 62.50, S3, 53.50, 54, 54.50, 55, and SO. Largest Stock and Variety of Canes and Umbrellas.' James Y. Davis' Sons, 1201 Penn. Ave., Cor. I2th St. PURE DRUGS Our Prescription Department may to said to bo thoroughly Up to Date. Wo handleonlythoso Chemicals and Drugs that aro of the Hig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 May 1894

$&&, vjr THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. JO. 51. WAsnrGTOr, d. c, mondat morning, mat 7, 1894. ONE CENT. 'V,'-Vtt'fS THUNDER AND LIGHTNING Washington Visited By a Heavy Wind and Kain Storm. NO GREAT DAMAGE DONE HERE Heports from Other Sections Indicate That It "Was the Most Terrific Electrical Storm "Witnessed in Many Years Damage Done in Different Sections of the Country. Tho storm which commenced in Washington last night about 8 o'clock was one ol the severest seen here for many months. There was no real datmge done to life, nor but little to property. Some few trees were robbed oi limbs, and tho earth was covered with water, which will, no donbt, bo help ful to tho growing gardens. Aside from this thcro was no especial harm except to tho nerves of nervous people, who were fright ened by tho terrific peals of thundor and tho Winding flashes of lightning. All yesterday afternoon tho clouds were Been gathering as If preparing for a terrible conflict of elements. By nightfall th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 May 1894

P5rpT?5 "Ti 'C- THE WASHINGTON" TIMES. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1894. 2 Sjir-ys.-- 58 The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Office Cobnir Tenth asd D Streets Northwest Telephone Editorial Hooms, S37-3. Business Office, 337-1 Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cent. rTRX6ESpife4cociIB WASHINGTON, D. C., MAY 7. 1891. Tho Weather To-day. Maryland Showers to-night, fair Monday, southwest winds. TheDlstrict of Columbia Showers in the early morning, followed dur ing the greater part of Monday by fair, slightly cooler, southwest winds. Virginia Generally fair, slightly cooler in the interior, southwest winds. BUZZAKD'S FALL. Abo Buzzard, who for several years was the leader of a gang of desperadoes, with headquarters in Welsh mountain, Pennsyl vania, has thrown away a great opportunity. It is not so long ago since Abo was caught, tried, and sentenced for his various crimes. Somehow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 May 1894

"-T,1 " l'JfijS,W",&V-''- T" ' -SfS.' BfSJU. -" i -' WJ5" iiSK-'',-.?-2rij."' V wy -48Si ivS & r" "'''.wnwa v, "" - THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MOSTDAT, MAT 7, 1894. 3 KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. HATS. Ladies', Misses' and Chil dren's Untrimmed Straws, black and all colors, latest stapes. Regular 75c. and 87c. value. Here KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. Teach a Child Mce .Manners. There is one thing that a child should be taught from tho time it is old enough to sit up iu the company of it3 ciders,' and that Is a refined code of tabl manners that no future lnflucnco can change in nny way, says tho Philadelphia Times. It is hard to overcomo the habits of childhood, even tboueh the asso ciations of youth are entirely different from those that left their mart on tho first years of existence. Therefore, to instill correct de meaner, ono must begin when the baby brain Is unfolding and receptive. No ono can estimate b6w very much a per son is judged by the sort of conduct which charac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 May 1894

'mrtt-f'iitp f WWt ?&&m&!M8&lg&GG!B& :yMmmm& THE WASHEffGrTON TIMES, MpyPAT, MAT 7. 1894. Some Men Think no clothes are of any value that costless than forty dollars per suit. Some others think none are worth more than ten or twelve. We provide for both extremes, also for the vast majority who know the value of and appreciate good medium priced clothes. Suits at $15, $iS, $20, $25, and $30, but no matter what priced suit you buy HERE we guaran tee it will FIT perfectly; is stvlishly cut, and is BET TER VALUE than any j-ou'll find elsewhere at the same price. Come in and see them and you'll agree with us. Robinson, Gheru Go!, Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. IK THE LIVING PICTURE. Talks with tlio Venders, the Cupids, and the Lightly Clad Psyches. 'Aoh, mein Gott in llimmil, Tat for you not durn do Tnter off vood you drown mo?" ex claimed Aphrodite, as sho stepped out of tho Kilanyi's living pictures last evening on tho Columbia stage. This outburst of indigna tion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 May 1894

&&&&& rir&f THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. XO. 52. WASnrXGTOJT, D. C, TUESDAY HOBNXN'Gh, MAY 8, 1894. 02sECENT. S?S?8)$ I'' . COXEY GALLED A KNAVE Third Da 's Trial of the Leading Com tnonu'ealcrs. 1YMAX QUOTES FROM THE BIBLE Witnesses for the Defense Testify That Gen. Coxey Was Orderly and He Told the Court tho Same Thing Silver Dick Bland Ap peared on the Stand. Tho trial of tho commonweal loaders, which has dragged along in tho police court for threo dajs, will bo concluded to-morrow. Coxey's explanation of his plans for redeem ing the government was the principal feature of the daj's proceedings apart from tho speeches by tho Ian vers. It i apparent that tho caso is being tested on tho broad grounds of Justification for Coxej's movement, for the assistant district attorney in his opening called Browne a crank, aud did not hesitate to insinuate that Coxey is a knavo, while tho opposing lawjers ondeaored to makotho trial appear as a persecution by tho pluto c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 May 1894

F5?S5S!P 5v?c- rnT WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1894. 3 The Washington Times (Z cry Day In the Year) OWNED AXD ISiUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company Ornci: Corxek Tenth and D Streets Northwest Telephone Editorial P.ooms, 337-3 Business Office, CC7-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Br carriers, by the week Ten Cents. CTRApESioil?.jCOUNClQ WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 8. 1891. Tho Weather To-day. Maryland, fair; slightly cooler and in central portion variable winds. District of Colum bia, fair; slight changes Id temperature; vari blo winds. Virginia, fair; cooler In southern portion; variable winds. ma THE COAL CONSPIRACY. It now transpires that the remote cause of tho numerous strikes among the coal misers of the country, occasioning tho closing of factories and bringing somo of the railroads almost to a standstill for want of fuel, is a conspiracy among tho operators. Tor nearly a year tho coal companies of Ohio and West ern Pennsylvania have bee...

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