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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 March 1894

-W'&W P"- i-rwa!s.'idjrj THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manater: H. 3. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHLN'O; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER; Office: ULTCIII.NS BUILDING, Coh-skr Tints aj.d D Streets NoBnrwisr. Telephone S37. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 26, 1891. Weather Indications for To-day. District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia, generally fair; colder; northerly winds. t t t t f t Only Ten Cents- The cost of "THE TIMES" for one vv cck, daily and Sun day, delivered by carrier early and regularlj, no master where, in the city or suburbs. Send a postal card to the business office. . . We Do the Rest. t t t WOMEN IN THE DISTRICT. Truth Is, Indeed, stranger than Action. Notwithstand ing the march of civiliza tion and tha boasted growth of justice, wherever the children...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 March 1894

-j.w T"' - ,- WjWrfS.r4SSS(?5i&'r JsBggJSJ! ws?j'f'f ssyvKi-?sp -iS THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MAECH 26, 1894. 8 True and Tried Home RBGipes. Anything prepared with a vinegar dressing comes under tbe bond ol a salad. There aro salads of vegetables and others with meat, tongue or poultry lor the foundation. In the Spring of the year salads are craved, and as most of these combinations aro mado they arc classed as "fancy dishes." I have taken pains to get only those which are simple enough in combination for the plainest table, and also good enough to garnish the daintiest spread board. Most people like "greens" In some form, but there aro greens and greens. There are those who profess to liko "dandelion," or men "putslnin," but I never but once under took" to prepare this last delicacy (V)i which Is 'so English," being cultivated in that bright little tight little island as an edible food. My "ouct," as the cook said, was a failure, and as for ' dandelions," I never could abid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 March 1894

-ur"'--r51'r rgS!?:!3g tiiifwm;iy'wfifmfff. THE WASHIKGrTOJtf TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1894. Prejudice And ignorance of their good points are the only reasons why many men who now patronize the custom shops do not wear OUR ARTISTIC WELL FITTING FASHIONABLE GARMENTS. Give us about fifteen minutes of your time and we will con vince you that we can suit you and fit -you as well as any tailor ever did and we'd save you about one-half the cost, too. Spring Suits and Overcoats in all of the new shapes and proper fabrics are HERE in a much larger variety than you'll find in any other" two stores combined. Prices are $10 to $40, and your money back for whatever doesn't suit. Robinson, Cheryl Go., CLOTHIEBS AND FUBNISHEES, 1200 and 1202 F st. N.W. Tlio icoqucstion for tho coming summer season is ono that must toon be settled in mnny homes. The public of Washington uavo tested hygi enic ico durinc tho raw thrco yearb, and 1th what result the continued growth of tho com pany's business is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 March 1894

Wsmi&ITm? 'titewlw8v,m " " ---- Mi'ii,! XTq. THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. NO. 10. WASITDfGTO, D. C, TUESDAY MORISTtfGr, MARCH 27, 1894. 02TE CENT. , TALE OF GIGANTIC FRAUD Secretary Herbert's Report on the Great Armor l'latc Swindle. UONE UNDER COVER OF NIGHT How lie Haval Inspectors Were Hoodwinked by Employes of the Carnegie Plant The Company Has Hade Good the Loss Paid Informers' Testimony. Secretary Herbert yesterday sent to the House an answer to tho Cutnmfngs resolu tion calling for a statement of the details of the recent alleged violation by Carncgio, PI Ip a A Co. of tho contracts with tho Uniti J States for thu manufacture of armor jlto for the uay. Tho Secretary s answer is Ions and cry in teresting, en ing iu detail the history of tho I rogrcss and diseov cry of ouo of tho most glp-autic frauds known in our naval adminis tration. A sketch olthe most interesting por tions of tho Secretary's communication is here given. Somo timo last September, Secretary Her bert rece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 March 1894

-V3(J-C Y&'&f f'Sr&S"?: s - T THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MABpH 27, 1894. The Washington Times (Ever Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: II. J. BROWSE; Editor: MARSHALL CCSHIXQ; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. ' Office: HLTCIIINS BUILDING, C0BNEK TEMD AND D STREETS NORTHWEST. Telephone 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, 1). C, MARCH 27, 1891. Weather Indications for To-day. District of Columbia, Mar laud, and Vir ginia, fair till Wednesday night; slightly warmer in the interior; northwest winds bo coming "variable. ? t t t t t To-morrow Hnd To-morrow s A little storj, A page for vv omen, A page of gossip. And all the news. THE TIMES Is Taking. Try It at Ten Cents a Week. The Price Includes the Sunday issue. W RITE TO THE EDITOR. The Times is the people's paper. It ha3 notions of its own, news ideas of its own; ideas, too, for the entertainme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 March 1894

PW!?!SP:e&pw aAsgs! fjaSfez&S i- -. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1894. 3 F ( t IN THE SPRING: A YOUNG MAN'S FANCY. Alter Easter there are always a great many young people cither thinking o! matrimony or aLout to get married. That Is perfectly natural and right Ev ery thing Is so fresh and beautiful, and It is not to be wondered at at all that those who have learned to love want to live together and hae a home of their own. Young people do not think as much about the housekeeping as was oneo the fashion, but. girls, let me tell you there Is nothing like going to housekeeping right away after the ceremony. Half the mo ney spent on o wed ding journey could be much better and often more satlsfactorllyspentln buying pretty and useful things for the tittle house. Of course very few people get married without at least getting n llttlomoneyin hand first to start on. A young man who sates anything on a small salary has to bo belt-denying and have a level head. I cannot se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 27 March 1894

-.JvBifrtjtsSJSJ'?' c i fJrc? THE WASHDSTGTOX TIMES, TUESDAY, MAKCH 27, 1894. I WHILE The j-otnig men are home for their Easter vacation bring them HERE and let us sell them a Spring Suit and Overcoat. We have just the garments they want A bigger and better stock of them than 3'ou'll find elsewhere. All of the newest shapes, the Dovetail Cutawaj' and the Long-cut Sack, in all of the popular fabrics, thoroughly tailored and PERFECT- FITTING; $io to $40 are the prices, and each dollar of the cost means ONE HUN DRED CENTS in value. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, CLOTHIEBS AND FUBNISHEBS, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F St. NW. Tho ice question for the coming summer season Is one that mut noon bo settled In many hoinea The public of Washington have tested hygi enic ico during the past three years, and v,ith what result the continued growth of the com pany's buluoss Is the beht test. Made of pure spring water, distilled and Altered in the process of manufacture, its use after a trial will be per manent. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 March 1894

r '- w"-. , &. i n.-- THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. NO.. 11. "WASHESTGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1894. ONE CENT. . mwi zrzjr&7. ti , i BURNED ON RONCADOR REEF Famous Old Kcarsarge Is Destroyed Before Her Saviors Appear. WRECKING TUGS COMING BACK It Is Suspected That the Satires of Hew Providence Had a Hand in the Deed She "Was of Value from a Historic Stand point Had Hoped to Save Her. Tho gallant old war vessel, Kcarsarge, which went ashore on Itoncador reef February 2, lias been destroyed notwithstanding the ht rolo efforts that bavo been put forth to save her. Telegrams carrying this Informationreached Secretary Herbert after office hours last even ing. One camo from Boston, signed by Mr. Alfred Winsor, of Boston, thn president of tho Boston Tow company, which contracted to f avo tho Kearsarge, if possible, and sent tho Orion to Rancador reef with this object in low. It reads as follows: "Orion arrived at Havanna to-day, found Kearsarge burned and broken up." ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 March 1894

'.jp"?--'?,?'" ns3Ji''"''i VSVt THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: H. J. BROWSE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHLNG; Cltr Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: UUTCHIXS BUILDING. COENEH TENTH AJD D STREETS NORTHWEST. Telephone 337. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition rive Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 23, 1801. The Weather To-dav. Indications for the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia: fair, warmer, varia ble winds, becoming South. Seventy-five Per Gent. Of all goods sold at retail ore bought for homes. The women arc the buyers forthese homes. THE TIMES goes to the homes because it pleases the women. It Pays to Advertise In Papers Like THE TIMES, THE SEWS THE WORLD OVER. This paper felicitated itself when it first opened its eyes and crowed last Sunday morning that it had been able to secure the full telegraphic ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 March 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1894. 3 i l! i I ;i ii ,. How to Be Happy Through Housecleaning. A few pleasant days do not make a Spring any more than the song ot one swallow. Still these premature warm days do make the thrifty housekeeper long to begin the Spring cleaning. Possibly she does begin, and in the wrong way, too, by letting the flres all go out, when along comes a cold snap and catches every member of that family, who most unneces sarily cough or sneeze their heads off, if they do not get down with the gripor be carried off with the pneumonia. Now even much later in the season than this at least one stove should be left whore a fire can bo kindled when the damp, cool nights and mornings in April come along or that week's rain in May. It need make no difference with the house cleaning, if one knows how to manage. That necessary pro cess need not be the nuisance to the man of the house as it sometimes is if one plans right. Instead of doing up one's house for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 28 March 1894

aV i'ff'-r-ri". THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDyESPAY, MABCH 28, 1894. . IT WONT Last long, this weather. When it does get warmer again you will want a SPRING overcoat: Hadn't you better select it NOW? so as to be ready when the weather does change. You'll find a choice line of them HERE. All lengths. The Short COV ERT COAT. The medium length Oversack, and the extra long PADDOCK, in all of the proper fabrics, stylishly tailored, and as perfect fitting as if you were individually measured for them. Prices $10 to $40 and full value guaranteed at each and every price. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, CLOTHIERS AND FUBNTSHEBS, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F St, N, W. -o -o $ A Poor Gas Tip Makes Poor. Light it doesn't bum nil the gas, but allows some of the flow to escape. The VVelsbach Gas Burner is tho burner you want if you want perfect light. Easily attackable to any gas pipe. (3.83 up. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. t t f f t t YOUNG MAN, LEND US YOUR EAR. We want to whisper to yon that you will n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 March 1894

mmmmm 1 - ", DKUSFWrt VPSTB5!ESraHBi!ra!!WE!95-lTfe' jimw " -". --Tt -ii"t 1 HMT J - V J"iT J "-- - -' K' ' VSl. s' TVHC-i -S1-' " 'i 7' ? !. ? y THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL. 1. !NO. 12. WASHINGTON, D. C, THTJESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1894. ONE CENT. rwsi.Tw J ; t .j i t -, DOCKERY TREASURY REPORT It Recommends That One Hundred and l'ort -eight Clerks Be Dismissed. WILL SAVE $200,000 A YEAR Office of the Second Comptroller to Be Abol ishod Eegistcrmg and Countersigning of 'Warrants and Detailed Examination of Accounts to Be Dene Away With. The report of the Dockerv Commission ap pointed to examine into the business methods of the executho departments has been com pleted so far ns tho Treasury is concerned, and a bill to carry into effect tho changes recommended by it has been prepared. A report to accompany tho bill has been ap proved by Secretary Carlisle, and both are expected to be presented in tho House to-morrow. This report, after discussing very thoroughly tho accounting system o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 March 1894

tPfilgir ffMt-'S ?ev&2:- a ' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1894. The Washington Times (Ecry Day In tho Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: U. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHING; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: nUTCHINS BUILDING, Cos-sek Tenth nd D Stekets Noethwtst. Telephone S37. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cent! By carriers, by tho west Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 29, 1891. The Weather To-dav. Indications for the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia: Probably light showers; south winds; colder Friday morning. &&&&&&& The Great Plain People Do the purchasing ccry day. Purchase all the neces saries of life carefully, but liberally. Hence it pays to advertise to them. Especially docs it pay to Advertise in THE TIMES, It Is the people's cry own. THE CARNEGIE ARMOR PLATES. At Carnegie's Homestead mills there were two sets of men. One set began on the 3d day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 March 1894

!S?!r?rF5 JWgHBS-JfSJS THE WASHEN-GTON TIMES, THUBSDAY, MAECH 29, 1894. h- ' - A Making Pretty Things and Using Little Money I know one young girl whoso father was 3 clerk and she liked prettier surroundings than lie could afford to give her, so she put her wits to work not long ago and got up a plan of her own to fit up her bedroom. And tliis is what she did. She had an imitation aaplewood bedroom set which ehowas tired to death of. She took a knife and by day's work of several weeks she scraped off every Inch of the var nish and paint. Then she bought some mixed paint at 30 cents a box, holding a pint, and new paint brushes of large and small sizes. She took the bedstead down and piece by piece went over every part carefully with a knife and afterward with sandpaper. When she had put on the plain color she invited a friend of hers, who' was in the art league, to paint a bunch of flowers on the headboard, and sho painted a bunch of wild roses on it. It was just lovely. Then Miss Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 29 March 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THTTBSDAY, MABCH 29, 1894. IN ONE Of our show windows you will see some of the leading styles in Men's Garments for this season, but don't be satisfied with a look in the window. Come in and see the whole selection. It is a beauty. Examine them criti cally; they'll stand it. Look at the fabric; it's reliable. Try them on; they'll FIT. Note the prices; they are REASONABLE. Suits and Overcoats from $ioto $40, and none but good ones at any price. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, CLOTHTEBS AND FUBNISHEBS, 1200, 1202, and 1204 FSI..N. W. WATCH THIS SPACE ON Sundays, Tuesdays, AND Thursdays. A Poor Gas Tip Makes Poor Light it doesn't burn nil tho jras, but allows some of tho How to escape. The VVelsbach Gas Burner Is the burner you want U you want perfectltght. Easily attachable to any gas plpa $ i5 up. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. 9 QDd"-"-"''1 fSSSSSSE The ice question for the coming Bummer season 1b one that must soon bo settled in many homes. The public of Washi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 March 1894

A- ' K THE WASHINGTON TIMES I VOL. 1. 2-TO. 13. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCII 30, 1894. ONE CENT. CRISP TO SUCCEED COLQUITT Governor Northcn Proffers the Scna torship to the Speaker. SURPRISE TO THE RECIPIENT He Had No Intimation That Ho Was Being Considered for the Place Governor Horthen "Will Support Him for the long Term Will Confer with His Colleagct. Atlanta, March 29. Governor Korthen, ot Georsia, has appointed Speaker Charles F. Cri-p to succ-ed the lato Senator Alfred II. Colquitt Not a word has passed between tho governor and thu Speakor, and the latter's namohad not ocn been presented formally to thoGoenior. In a message wired tho Speaker lato to night tho goernorasks him to resign his seat in Congress at once nnd qualify as Sen ator, so that ho cin tako part in tho tariff discussion, which comes up next week. The governor was considered a candidate for tho Semto himself, but ho announces to night that ho is not in tho raco. Ho siys ho feels it his duty to appoi...

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

-Vr "iaf -. f '"JS"' ' -. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, 3IABCH 30, 1894. '-1 The Washington Times (Ecry Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BX The Washington Times ... Publishing Company General Manager: IL J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHINO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUTCHINS BUILDING, Corner Tenth jlSD D Streets Northwest. Telephone 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., MARCH 30, 1894. The Weather To-dav. Indications for the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia: Fair; slightly warmer Saturday morning; west winds. What Everybody Does, And sees and hears, nnd thinks about, it is the business of "The Times" to chronicle briefly, ac curately, picturesquely. The Times is Strong On Local News. NOW TOH BIMETALISM. The President's veto of the seigniorage bill had been expected, discounted, and dis missed. The determination to renew the fight for the free coinage of silver had al readj been made k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 March 1894

ifiPPP ' - t ,- '"".VftS w&- rt THE WASmKOTOlT TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. 3 r M The Use and Gare ofFootwear. There Is probably no place where money can be invested to such on advantage as" re gards tho wardrobe as 5n the purchase of easy, good-fitting, well-made shoes. After satisfac tory footwear has been purchased, there are many suggestions as to its care, which, if fol lowed, will preserve the articles in good con dition for a long time, whereas, if neglected, the shoes will be shabby long before they are worn out. Dust injures shoes n?arly if not quite as much as mud; therefore, n shoe box or shoe bag, to protect them from dust, is advisable Any well-made box, with hinged lid, neatly covered with cretonne or suitable fabrics, will answer the double purpose of shoe box and seat. A shoe bag may bo made in tho usual fashion, with a curtain of the same material fastened across the t&p and reaching to the bottom of the bag. Many advocate a daily change of shoes, especial...

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

"'"-SVS" " THE -WASHrN"GT01T TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. ncfa&SSSF13 SUIT for $10. "That isn't any thing, j'ou say . you can buy them any where?" Yes, but not such Suits as ours. Takamotice how well ours are made how well they fit h o w well the button holes are made- how fashionable they look how good the material. We're after your trade with a vengeance this Spring, and we're going to get it by de serving it. Remember, your money's worth or your money back. Parker, Bridget & Go., Modem Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street N. W. IT'S NOT ONLY CHEAPER Hut more satisfactory to wear n good Derby than to wear a poor ono. Let your hat bo as expensive as you feel j ou can nflord and you'll too paid back. Wo suggest you should not pay less than $2.50 fora Derby, and It Is un necessary to pay moro than $4 Wo sell tho linrst Derby Hats niado for that price, and rroporticnntcli good Hats at all prices bctaocn $2.50 aud $L See us for your Spring Derby. "Our famous 50-cent assort ment of N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 March 1894

.tK-ilCt r-r V" X). - - THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. :NX). 14. WASHE-TGTOSr, D. C, SATURDAY MOKNTffG, MARCH 31,",1894. OXE CIKT. ?mmmif7 rv. ' K k REED ORDERED TO HIS SEAT Another Lively Tilt Between Speaker and the Maine Man. the FILIBUSTERING IS CONTINUED Parliamentary Struggle Between tho Minority and Majority Growing More Bitter Pros pect of Bevenge from too ex-Speaker at the Session To-day Many Boll Calls. Soeakcr Crisp was honored by his col leagues yesterday as ho rose to.call tho House to order ly a perfect outburst of applause. After a full minuto of clapping and cheoring tho reading of tho Journal began, only to be interrupted by Mr. Iteed, who resumed his fight of yesterday. lie mndo the point of order that tho Journal failed to show that Mr. Tayno made a point of order that but one teller had acted on tho demand for the yeas and nays, and that theSicnker had over ruled the point, reason not stated. Ho offered on nmendment to meet his objection. Mr. Outhwaito called atten...

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