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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 May 1894

PpPP? ?5?5:!55r'iJ.;s: to ?Vt "r-J vgr''-j7;v? ivp" ar: THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAT 8, 1894. W KING'S PALACE, S12-814 7th St. Fifty dozen Clrildren'sGing liam dresses, full ruffle over phoulder, one to five years. Were 41c.; to close, KING'S PALAOE, 812-814 7th St. THE MARKET. Ono of the most pleasant features of the .markets nowadays is the presence of tbo flowers of tho field and tlio blossoms which grow in the woods or by tho wayside. Theso rival tho showy exotic3 in a. way that speaks volumes for those oldtimo friends. There are also the old-fashioned pardon flowers, the Bwcct-scentcd shrubs, tho snowballs, and lilacs, and almost everybody is sareto buy a bunch from an old auutioon tho curb of one of theso favorites. And it is no uncom mon sight to see onions and posies lying to gether in the family market basket. Vcctables are Mill coming down. Pease, per quarter of a peck. 20 cents; bcan. 20 cents; as pa.acus, poabimih, 10 to 20 cents: lettuce, 2 1 eads for 3 cents- new...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 May 1894

-:- jfcy-..-.- .igT&tvL'- :- jwj-..-. A q!sJfs5SaB!5 'Wii THE WASHTSTGrTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 8. 1894. THERE'S A chance for nearly every man in Washington to get a perfect-fitting, well-made-stylish suit at a very reason, able price from OUR stock of handsome, fashionable, seasonable garments. All of the newest shapes in the most popular fabrics are here tailored in strictly first-class manner, and as handsome and dressy as if 3roti had paid the maker to measure folks twice our price for them. Our prices begin at $ioand end at $40, and each and every garment, no mat ter what the price, is guaran teed to be better value than you can get elsewhere for the same money. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. Refrigerators nowadays nro different from the old-time ones. Our Itofricerators aro"ice savors. Tlioro8comiiara tlvely Uttlo ice consumed in the "ALASKA" andTOLAK" lief lib erators. They eorvo you better than any you cau get. Triced moderately. W. B. Moses & Sons, Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 May 1894

f "'swsv! THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHDfGTO, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1894. ONE CENT. VOL. 1. 2fO. 53. 1 bs CONVICTED ON TWO COUNTS Coxcy and Browne Guilty of Display ing banners and Mashing Grabs. JONES GUILTY OX ONE CHARGE Attorney Lipscomb Moves for a Hew Trial, and Will Have Four Day to File Papers. Frank Hnme Does Bail for the Trio, limits of the Penalty. The throo leaders of the commonweal, Gen. Jacob Slecher Coxey, Marshal Carl Browne, and Christopher Columbus Jones, have been found guilty ol violating the laws by a jury of their peers, and will have to submit to a sentence hereafter to bo imposed by the court for their recent demonstration on the Capitol grounds. All three of the accused were convicted on the flrst count of tho indictment, which charged them with displaying banners. Jone3, of Philadelphia, was acquitted of the second count, which accused him of treading on tho grass, but Coxey and Browne were convicted. The jury retlrod atihe minutes before 1 o'clock, af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 May 1894

V&gg'&P1! Sf'S '? Wfwm- 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. "WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1894. -' T-WiSV-ai"J'S3Ei The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Office: Corker Tenth and D Streets Northwest Telephone Editorial Booms, 3S7-3. Business Office, S37-S. Trice, Dully Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By carriers, by the week..... .Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., MAT 9. 1891. The Weather To-day. District of Columbia and Maryland, gen erally fair daring Wednesday; west winds, becoming variable. Virginia, fair, preceded by showers on the coast; variablo winds. 1 t DISOBACEFUL LOBBYING. During the consideration In the Houso yes terday and the day before of the bill reported from the Committee on Fublio Buildings and Grounds, recommending a site for a new print ing office, the corridors of the south end of the Capitol were filled with persons Interested In the various locations which had boon under consideration by the commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 May 1894

NfiJWfWf " w'jtj-Tmrsjr" SEgssw? -. .. - ---'- ,? THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY" 9, 1894. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. DRESSES Fifty dozen Cliildren'sGing ham dresses, full ruffle over shoulder, one to five 3'ears. Were 41c.; to close, G. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. have found our "Equitable Credit System" a great convenience. Every body gets a little pinched financially sometimes, and the help that we can be to you is considerable. You and any other straightforward householder can buy FURNITURE CARPETS MATTING DRAPE R I E S BABY CARRIAGES REFRIG ERATORS, etc., of us on time without being tinder obligations to anyone. It's better than going without it's better than borrowing the money. .Pa' as you promise is our only requirement. "Little," that's the watchword here. I Herrmann, Jl.. Sill, Ml, '., SEVENTH STREET, AND CM MASS. AVENUE NEW YORK BUFFET, 40i TENTH STREET SOUTHWEST. Sino Excursion Printing! When you gle an excursion you'll need Hand Bills Programmes, and Ticket...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 9 May 1894

-jew vv-tssf?sae,M!ii VSWSS V. 1 r THE WASHTN-GTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1894. INVESTIGATE Our claims of SUPERIOR ITY for our clotting. The more thoroughly you do so the more likely we are of having you for a customer, for our garments will stand the criticisms of the most fastidious dressers and will compare favorably with the very finest custom-made ones. Sacks and Cutaways of the latest shapes in all of the popular fabrics. A big ger and finer assortment than all of the tailor shops combined can show, and they'll fit, too the cheapest as well as the best. Try them and see $10 to $40 and satisfaction at any and all prices. Robinson, Chery Go., Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. CAKDIDATES AT WORK. Ilrooklyn Handicap Entries Polished Off the .Miles and rurlongs. Riuttsend, L. I., Stay 8. Tho working of the thoroughbreds went merrily on to-day and some good work was done by the horses. Clifford performed six furlongs to-day in a triflo under 1211 His stylo greatly impressed the fanciers, m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 May 1894

S3 ,TTT f t 7 , f s s"t THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MAT 10, 1894. VOL. 1. NO. 54. ONE CENT. FORTY-EIGHT HOURS GRACE The Coiey Camp Must Renovate in That Time or Move. HEALTH OFFICE EDICT SERVED Browns and the "General" look At It as a Hove of Persecution and Claim to Have Complied with All Sanitary Laws Com tnonwealers Swindling in Number. The Commissioners have directed Health Officer Hammett to servo notice upon "Gen." Coxey to abate certain nuisnnces at the camp or to leave his present location for one that is in a more sanitary condition. JMajor Moore, chler of police, and the health officer hold a lengthy conference yesterday with the Commissioners relativo to the re port of the health office, which declared tho camp a menace to public health, and recom mended that it shoald bo vacated. Dr. Hammett stated in positive terms that the camp could not be rendered habitable, and urged tho Commissioners to ejoct the army from tho spot. The district attorne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 May 1894

vr-C'-w? r THE WASHINGTON TOTES. .THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1894. 2 The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Office: Coexeb Tenth and D Streets Nobthwsst Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Easiness Office, 3374. Price, Daily Edition One Cent Similar Edition Three Cents. By carriers, by the week .Ten Cents fTftXDESlilT.) COTiNCrCQ WASHINGTON, D. C, MAT 10, 1891. The Weather To-day. District of Columbia and Maryland, fair, slight changes in temperature, -winds shitting east. Virginia, generally lair, warmer In eastern portion, southeast winds. BECAUSE ITS JUST. We are asked: .' "Why should the District of Colombia be re quired to pay all the expenses of local govern ment, when the general government owns more than half of the value of real estate In the Dis trict?" We reply: All the parks, streets, etc., owned by the general government are lor the use of our people, and they tend to Increase the value ol the lauds accessible there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 May 1894

L-4je fs-?1 t- pfrti Vi. J3r .i.s???wsa5 jft- v Vr-iiM?' "Ji . "" . " X THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1894. KING'S PALACE, S12-S14 7th St DRESSES Fifty dozen Ckildren'sGing liam dresses, full ruffle over shoulder, one to five years. Were 41c; to close, 25G. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. Some of the Best People In Town liave found our "Equitable Credit System" a great convenience. Every body gets a little pinched financially sometimes, and the help that we can be to you is considerable. You and any other straightforward householder can buy FURNITURE CARPETS MATTING DRAPE R I E S BABY CARRIAGES REFRIG ERATORS, etc., of us on time without being under obligations to anyone. It's better than going without it's better than borrowing the money. Pay as you promise is our only requirement. "Little," that's the watchword here. House & Herrmann, 917, 919, 521, 923, SEVENTH STREET, AND CM MAS& AVENUE. Chr. Heurich Brewing Co., Brewers of Strictly Pure Beers. 1221-1233 20th St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 May 1894

- ,t -. 5 rvrvcTi V v THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOI. 1. NO. 55. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1894. ONE CENT V v r After WILD WESTERS WEALERS Colorado's Train-Stealing Contingent Captured At Last DARING RUN THROUGH KANSAS Three Timet "Was the Boafc Vainly Ob structed By the Authorities United States Marshal Neeley Finally Bags the Entire Outfit, and Takes Them to Topeka. Saliva, Kans., May 1010 30 r. m. The "war" is over. The Intrepid Colorado con tingent of the commonweal, which has kept Colorado and Kansas In an uproar for two days, has surrendered unconditionally to Mar thai Neeley. They were 450 strong, and every man put under arrest. The surrender wamado iaccablyf and the entire unny is being taken to Topeka for trial. The special train is now en route with the captured army, and Is making rapid time on its return trip. m story or ciiasi:. For Two Days Sanders Army Kept Two States in n N liirl of Lxcitcincnt. Kasas CiTV,Mo,,May Id Sanders reckless army of commouwealers d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 May 1894

THE' WASHTtfGTOST TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1S94. The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Ojttce ConszE Tenth and D Streets Nobthwxst Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Offlce, SS7-& IMcc, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. lTftMjES.(g ) CPU NCTO WASHINGTON, I. C, MAY 11. 1894. The Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia anil Maryland, increasing cloudiness; cooler; southeast winds, shifting to -westerly. Virginia, increasin clocdirics3 and showers; cooler In western portion; -vrinds shifting to -westerly. 1 m TOB LOWIB PABE. The Amorican Ticket Brokers' Association ia In session at the National hotel. The only matters of interest so far reported aro the successful resistance of the association against the prohibitory legislation inspired by the railroads and passed in the states of Min nesota, Texas, and Montana, and the prose cution of ticket forg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 May 1894

z"r&yfy I -i.-iflgi. r - --v- - v, '.rsmtis5t; .-&-&"' ftfVKt .- THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, FBIDAX; MAT 11, 1894. S KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. DUCK SUITS. First in the field with those cool, delightful Duck Suits. Just opened a large shipment of Duck Suits direct from the manufacturer, made up in the very swellest Fifth avenue style; full bell skirts, blazer effect, and full balloon sleeves, deep pointed reveres, finished with pockets. As a special drive. VESTS TO MATCH. KING'S PALACE, 812-314 7th St. Some of !li6 Best People In Town have found our Equitable Credit System" H ' a great convenience. Every body gets a little pinched financially sometimes, and the help that we can be to you is considerable. You and any other straightforward householder can buy FURNITURE CARPETS MATTING DRAPERIE S BABY CARRIAGES REFRIG ERATORS, etc., of us on time without being under obligations to anyone. It's better than going without it's better than borrowing the money. Pa' as 3'ou promis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 May 1894

s ' yFV " "i&rfXS&R Prfae -'l ?" 5? 1 THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, MAX 11. 1894. When You get ready for TH CLOTHES you'll s; time, trouble, and money coming HERE first. W' show you about three tu the variety of anyone e' and OURS are all stylisl cut, well-made, perf fitting, reliable garme: too. faerges in Blue, Bit i-tT-rtTT1 nun I io r O M o i unlined Tweeds, Cheviots, Cassimeres, and Worsteds, and all other proper and seasonable fabrics, and they'll FIT, too, the cheap est at $io, as well as the best. Robinson, .GhefuCJo., Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. A Rare Old Relic. Prank L66'8 Scenes and . Portraits of the Civil War. A non-partisan pictorial his tory of the great conflict from 1861 to 1865. Illustrating the valor of the soldier as displayed on the battlefield. These sketches were drawn by the most Iamou3 artists of the times. Forbes, Schell, Ward, Becker, Taylor, LotoI, Crane, Davis, and numerous others equally as noted. Don't fall to secure this valuable work while it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 May 1894

yvJ" -'"i-.$ I -?? -TT-iVST! " ft'V irelMS W, i.&ri,?aSjr" '!''S?-J'I,;JJ!53P'-,Ele31 SCV ,y THE WASHINGTON VOL. 1. INtO. 56. WASE0QiTGTO:N, D. C, SATURDAY HOKETING, MAY 12, 1894. vlSI ONE CENT. iiLsi The Times This Morning is Issued from Its Delightful New Home, The Times Building, Qor. Eleventh and E Streets N. W. M t- t t-s-v TIMES COXEY'S MEN WILL MOYE Rogers' Farm to Hold the cary Wcalcrs. Many HEALTH OFFICERS SAY GO An Indignation Meeting Held at Hyattsville to Keep the Coxey Band Out Will Break Camp and March This Morning Coxey and Browse Beady for All Emergencies. This morning tho camp of the commonweal army will bo transferred from their present locality in the southwestern section of tho city to a more salubrious climatic place near Bladcnsburg. Md. Carl Browne passed the night in a hotel, but before leaving ho gave orders for tho cbango of camp to-day. At sunrise tho cook is to be up to prepare for brenkfast. and tho bugle call is to be given at 7 o'clock. Mr. Browne ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 May 1894

'- -BfcnWMssE-fitgSitwiwVi -jff3-.-- THE WASHEGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 12. 1894. The Washington Times (ETKBT DAT IK TBI TAI) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, Corner Exxraxni akd E Streets Nobtbtkst. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W, Telephone Editorial Booms, S3T-3. Business OQce, JST-2. Trico, Dally Edition One Cent Sun Jay Edition ... .Three Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. ITRAr)ES(;!;)COUNCIU3 WASHINGTON, D. a, MAY 12, 1894. The Weather To-day. For tho District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, generally fair, slightly warmer; east to south winds. LABOE'S FBIENDS. In reporting to the Senate District Commit tee on the Peffer bill "to proTido work for unemployed persons in tho District of Colum bia," the District Commissioners, in relation to the provision that tho pay for common labor should bo SL50 for eight hours' work, stated: "The Commlssloaers are of the opinion that this provision. If enacted into law, would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 May 1894

-jit. jr- 'SirsiJ rj!iF5s tf-tsxfifSRiw irzcxr ? "iw-V-v stv13SWJ?Sw! f"-w.-r t - "vw -- -v --.-. ..... ,,, rv x THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY MAY 12, 1894. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St DUCK SUITS. First in the field with those cool, delightful Duck Suits. Just opened a large shipment of Duck Suits direct from the manufacturer, made up in the very swellest Fifth avenue style; full bell skirts, blazer effect, aud full balloon sleeves, deep pointed reveres, finished with pockets. As a special drive, VESTS TO MATCH. KING'S PALACE, 812-814 7th St. THE CHICAGO POST OFFICE. Statistics Show tho CIt's Tostnl Business to Dc Second In America. Tho report ot tho commission appointed last February to edltrict the postal service of Chi cago was ma public yesterday. Tne report gives In detail the boundaries of the proposed new postal stations, each of which Is to be conducted on the plan of an independent offlce, subordi nate, however, to the Chicago main office. The establishment of ten substa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 May 1894

-,-: . -r v -? j-jvas; ,?Sr.SJ SK-jJFH ?,;S',1 THE TVASHrffGrTON" TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1894. BOYS' SUITS Sucli good, reliable, well-made Boys' and Children's Cloth ing as" OURS cannot be picked up here, there, and every where, for we are very particular about the quality aud make of our Juvenile garments. JNot a detail , ' line: lippn nvprl nnVerl nnvwliere m their m w f construction. They are made from fab rics specially selected for their wear-resisting qualities, are st3'lishly cut, are care fully made, are perfect fitting, and are vastly superior to the average run of Boys' and Children's garments to be seen e se where, and the prices are no higher. Boys' and Children's Undenvear, Shirt Waists, Shirts, Hose, Neckwear; in fact, a COMPLETE stock of Clothes and Fur nishings of the very best makes, at most BlTJ??$ reasonable prices. gSSSp.tl Bring your boys here tor satisfactory ritEE with every cash pur- , chase of 10 or more. garments. Robinson, Ghery, & Go., Twelfth and. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

P?K ss'sasws.s'fcwsBsascHSK: j - - "- a.--" "--.i4'-J THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. m. 57. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MOBKTCTGr, MAY 13, 1894. THREE CENTS HISSES IN A CONFERENCE Discussion of the License Question Causes Confusion. THB GAVEL'S SUDDEN DROP Bishop Haygood Eefases to Allow the Meet ing to Bo Disgraced He Calls the Mem bers to Order During a Ecated Debate Over the Bight to Sign the Petition. Mejitoh, Tenn.. May 12. At to-2aT?fl uesslon of the Methodist Episcopal Church South Bishop Haywood presided. Rev. Dr. Tarter conducted the devotional exercises. The committee on Sabbath observance offered a very lengthy pa per, which suggested modes of observing tho Sabbath In accordance with the principles of Methodists. Much time was consumed in the reading of thla paper. Tho paper charged negligence and over growing tolerance on the part of Christians In regard to tabbath desecration, and cited the Utterances of somo members of the church on tho questions of tho opening of the World'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

'4Y '-! gS?A!(WW.J ur'V 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1894. NEWS FROM FOREIGN SHORES Charges of Fraudulent Practices Against an American Turfman. KICHARD DORLIXG'S DOINGS Ha Represents Himself as Boing a Relative of ex-Sscretary Whitney and Manage! to Fleecs a Number of Hotel Proprietor!. Gresham's Samoa Paper Satisfactory. Berlin-, Hay 12. The charges of fraudu lent practices brought against the American trotting horso owner, Mr. Robert Knoebs. hae been the sensation of the sporting world in Germany during tho past week, and they have naturally aroused great interest among tho American colony in this city. The chief witness against Mr. Kneebs, strange to say, was an American named HeUner, who ac companied him here as a partner In the trot ting business. Kneebs and Heffner ran the mare Nellie Kneebs jointly in England up to March 23, when they appeared in Berlin. Dr. Schneider, who is acting as counsol for Mr. Kneebs, is mating the most of tho fact that tho chief witness a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 May 1894

",P5 ' -."&& H'T.iJ S5, Mr THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1894. 3 , EIGHT GIANTS STRUCK OUT But Six ,of Them Hit Stocksdale Safely Nine Times. BRILLIANT GAME IN GOTHAM Ten Thousand Fivo Hundred People See the New Yorks Win from the Senators by " Timely Batting, and Believe that Their Team Has Struck a Winning Gait. Results of Yesterday's Game. Brooklyn, 6; Boston, 2. Chicago, 0; Louisville, 5. PrrreBCRO. S; Cleveland, 5. Cincinnati,;; St. Louis, 0. Kew Yoke, 5; Washlnoton, 2. Bxltwoiik, S; l'Bii.mEi.rnii, 1 The Championship Record. W. LPctl w-Pfi Cleveland.. 13 4 7KS,St Louis... 8 9 4TX Baltimore.. 13 Pittsburg.. 12 Phlla'phta.. 12 Boston. 11 New Vote.. 10 liM.Lincmuaii a . Krrwitlvn.. 632 611 656 IiiiflTilla.. ChicAgo.... ash ton .. New Yobe. May 12. Ten thousand Ave hundred persons applauded the playing of the Giants this alternoon in their game with the Washlngtons. Tho contest was brilliantly foufiht, and tho homo club won by timely bat ting. The visitors made th...

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