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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

e - v sesjvfls- -s -i.-Srrt Tf-rftf-j - r "3 ; "?gSJiCSS&p-!?f . vj-vEP ,s THE WASHrffGlQtf TIMfifc SUNDAY. JTOE 1.7, 194. The Washington Times (Evtet Day is iuk Tkib) OWXED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMFS BUILDING, CORMIR ELEVENTH AND E STREETS NOlirHWEST. Bcsiness Office, l Elivekth Stbxet N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3 Business Office, 337-2. frlco. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition -....Three Cents. By, tbo month Thlrty-nye Cents. 3TeadesTw "LcquncTOj WASHINGTON, D. C, JUKE 17, 1894. Weather Torccast. For the District of Columbia and Virginia, unsettled weathor, with prooable thunder howers in the afternoon; southwest winds. Sample copies of The Times will be do icrcdto a large number of readers be ginning today and continuing during the coming neck, and it is expected that the excellence of its news, the brightness of its editorials, and the reliability of its in formation will induce man' to subscribo. Sfj.ator Allen is rapidly curving Into a l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

. 'Jr-UKf.? vs".x-"1 -- i -& .tW-'"M'- -" 's:-tf5 fttj".y?3' ' j-OV(rEpSf THE WASHIlfGTOIT TIMES, SUNDAY. JTJjnBS 17. 1884. ,tf HIBBERT'S GLOVE EMPORIUM Has Removed to 606 Eleventh St. OPPOSITE WOODWARD & 1OTHR0P. $3.50 SHOES. "Wilson" Is stamped on the lining of this 150 i?hoo, and inat 13 as cood as an affidavit sworn to before a notary public taat it U the most comfortable, most stylish, and most durable $3 50 Shoe In exis.encc. Fit guaranteed. It will bear "lookinc up." V1LSON, 'fcHOEilAKEn FOR TENDER FEET." 929 F St. N. W. GEKTLEMAN FORTUNE TELLER, Who Advertises l.ltn&clf by Rox Parties and Other Gaieties. Air-cdurt!sliig fortune teller, who has rteonll afforded the nlmble-witted reporters n Rood doal of nmubemont. has been a promi nent figure nrouud 3w York all Winter, Ens tno New York Sun. He is a thin, cadav-crous-looklrig wan, and ho wears a huge Bhock o! black snd white hair down over his Mt eje from .1 Ioft forehead in an altogether un;nM.cdentnd aui itarUinj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

v.-,.- ,-vr? vro"Fl'e L,s-" S""0?wi; FSSPfP1- yge5Ed,V 4 f i? - THE "WASHIN&TOIT TIMES. SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1894. r-t "S, E verything to Be Transformed. When our GREAT TRANSFORMATION SALE closes so closes our business in all lines cccit Millinery. The Transformation Sale is oh now. It means a revo lution of prices on LADIES' WEAR, CAPES, SUITS, WAISTS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, and the like. We're clearing out to close up every department except the Millinery At and Below Cost. One of the finest stocks ever placed before you is going at a sacrifice. But the quicker it goes the better. There are things here every woman wants. Get them ! Help yourself by helping us. The saving will be worth the saving. LONDON BAZAR, 715 Market Space. Mainly for Women; Home and SoGiBly Among the many pretty haid-dresses for thU Spring ia a smart little bonnet of deep jellow straw, trimmed with black roses and a bow of geranium pink volvct, two haad somo jet-headed pins being fastened at each side, whilo it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

" "-"tO -- VJ.J 7 x, y -- iV "--n'"-- STjArTv33 - - y THE "WASHTNGTO TOIES, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1894. fr V Lay Sermons for SiJnday Reading Tho words "sacrel" and "profane" are Kradually losins and mut eventually losa their old-tlmo place In literature and thought as all tliat is in Iho unherso is from the thought and hand of tho great cause and center of all things, animate and inanimate. Nothing, therefore, con be other than sacred save the thought and act of the jet wilful and imperfect mind of nan. This being granted, tlio men who preach tho "sermons in stones," in tho nnl-aal kingdom, in all growing things, in the wonders of the star depths, in the actions, the nature and affinities of what we cill matter the men who spend their life energies in "making a plai"o for Clod" in tho consciousness of man, and seek to End tho processes by which man hus been and is be ing created, are certainly in the fore front of the little nrinj of the servants of man, and therefore servants of God. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 June 1894

WW- 8 THE WASHINGTQy TpiES, STfiffDAY, JTJffff 17. 1894. "vi--5awr5.ri v JUDGING By the advertisinents the clothing trade is very much worried over our $8.50 and $12-50 sale of Men's Suits, and well they might be. Just think of getting such garments as WE sell at $io, $12, $15, $16.50 and $18 for $8.50, and the $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, and $30 for $12.50. Styles and qualities that they can't equal at an' price. J. lie very oest of the products of such world-renowned firms as Rogers, Peet & Co., and Brokaw Bros., of New York. The same sterling qualities and perfect fitting garments that have always been characteristic of OUR house. Come in to-morrow if 3'ou haven't been in yet. There's no doubt of vour beiusr suited and fitted, for we have added several more sellers that have become See our Selection of 50c NECKWEAR. It Beats the world at that price. Others ask 75c. and $1.00 for the same qualities. lots of our best broken in sizes, and remem ber at the reduced prices as well as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 June 1894

i! """ 'VS'5 p gWKrj THE WASHINGTON TIMES P VOL.1. .NO. 93. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 18. 1S94. ONE CENT. GALVIN STICKS LIRE GLUE His Lo)al Followers Defeat the Efforts of the Disaffected Ones. VOTED TO KEEP HIM AS LEADER tikely to Be a Split in the Camps Distrust and Starvation Among the Men Owing to Leaders Prodigalities with the Tundi. Eolid Seme of Some of the Industrials. That there is a wolul lack of provision among the industrial in both camps near IIjattsvHle is no longer to bo doubted. It is fully admitted by both men and officers. That there is discontent in the rants is also true, though it is mora outspoken in camp Georgo Washington, the headquarters of the Galvin forces than in the other. Tho serious onos are debating several problems, and no Eolution has jet boon reachel of eithor. A representative of The Times visltod both camps last night and sought and obtained interviews with the leaders nnd conversed with their followers. It Is found that there is dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 June 1894

-,- ja-s ppTST -' 'XS-"gis-fi eySi -ST fc THE WASHTN'&TON TIMES, MONDAY. JUNE 18. 1894. The Washington Times (EVEBT DAT ES TBI TUB OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUH-DING, C0K3TXII ELXVEXTS AKD K STREETS XOBTHWIS". Brmass omoi, 431 Elvkth Street It W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Office, 837-2 Price, Dully Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-llv Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., JUKE 18, 1894. Weather Forecast. District ol Columbia and Virginia thunder showers; cooler In the afternoon; southwest Winds. . lln. Mcixt IIabsok probably had too many one thousand and one nights. Besatob Bbici says he would not touch sugar stock with a ten-foot pair of sugar tongs. m f Miss Foixabd has gone to Chicago and will not be able to collect her $15,000 for sev eral days. i Tjieee should be a distinctive name lor the Beod silver Bepubllcans in the coming cam paign. The Salvation Army, after its next visit to Tincup alley, wishes to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 June 1894

&7&&FS?&F ? "' THE "WASHEN"GTQN TIMES, JMOyPAT, .TUNE .18, :189. ft-fe. .a f - as t?v '"" 8' ? FOR SORE FEET. -AT- BANKBOPT PRICES! Ladles' $2.50 Common Sens Patent Tip Don cola Oxfords, only l3e. Boys' $3 Russia Calf Bals, only $1.93. Men's $5 Russia Calf Bals, only UK. lien's $3.50 Calf Welted Bals, only 93.1S. Ladles' $3 Russia Calf Blucher High Shoes, only L85. Ladles' t3 Russia Calf Blncher Oxfords, only tl.49. Ladles' $2.50 Patont Tip Dongola Oxfords, only 51.33. Ladles' Basset Oxfords, only $1.19. Misses' f-' Russia Calf Lace Sboes, only H.M. THOUSANDS OF OTHER SPECIAL VALUES DURING THIS GREAT SALE AT THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. Remember number, as wo have no branch tore. We are American DON'T PAY 8100 FOR A LOT WHEN YOU CAN buy lots at Columbia Park from $85 to $S0. Until Juno 21 we will give you your choice for (SO: cash or Installments; 10 per cent, off for cash. Office, C23 Fst nw. e!S-tt McCarthy's Restaurant, (UNION GOODS A SPECIAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 June 1894

?wf(! www " v S -Wt . '- THE WASHIKGrTCHSr TECES, MONDAY, JUNE 18. 1894, BUYERS' Like OUR methods of business. They like the STYLS nnd TIT of our gar ments, and OUR TRICES still better. That is why aftor looking everywhere else at the so-called rrea. bargain sales thoy come HERE and BUT. This is the weather for serges, and wo honestly believe wo havo a larger variety of thorn than any other two ttores combined. We KNOW wo have BETTER and FIXER ones than any one else can show. Thero aro Blue Serges, Black Serges, White Serges, Gray Serges, Brown Serges, and Fancy Serges In all the re liablo qualities, and in shapes to FIT ALL HEX. Thin coats and vests and odd coats. Duct trousers and wash vests too in a big selection of the proper styles and qualities and at the proper prices. Robinson, GhBnj Go., Twelfth and F Streets. DONT PAY f 100 FOR A LOT VIIEK VOU CAN buy lots at Columbia l'ark from $25 to 150. UntllJune21 wowillKlvo you your choice lor 130; cash or installments; 10 per cent, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 June 1894

WtW&mFm?W , an - J-JT 5Sy "-T - JStW" " S " y . ,.." U' THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. KO. 94. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY HORNING-. JUNE 19. 1894. ONE CENT. Hass-T" iiuju-x t t . TWO MORE TO BE CERTIFIED Haemqer and Searles Arc to Sent to the Grand Jury. Be GORMAN TO THE COMMITTEE Had Talki with the President of tht Sugar Trust About the framing of the Sched ule Not a Word About Campaign Con tribution! Senator Smith i Explanation. Tho Senate sugar trust InTestleatlnc commit tee, after disposing of the witnesses available, hold an executive Besslon and decided to request the ice President to certify to tho district attor ney the fact that President IL O Ilavemejer and Treasurer J. E. Searles, of tho American Sugar Kenning Company, had refused to answer certain questions of the committee Tho motion was offered by benator AllJn, and was sustained by him and Senators Lodge and Davis, both on the Tote and In the discussion which followed the Introduction of the motion, while Senators Gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 June 1894

''sr '-- T- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 19. 1894 ThBVashinglon Times CETZST D AT Et THB Till) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDINO, Coitxnt Elxtxsth urn E STREETS Noethwxst. Bcsixess Office, 431 Eleventh Snut X. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business Office, S37-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cant Sunday Edition .....Three Cent. By the month Thirty-fly Cents. eTRADTSl'itr") COUNClLB WASHEiQTON, D. 0., JUNE 19, 1894. Weather Forecast. For District of Columbia and Virginia, probably thunder showers in the afternoon; slightly cooler in the evening; winds becom ing westerly. It is extremely evident that Col. Conger, of Ohio, hasn't had a huge bite of state pat ronage. t Bllx. Dittos could secure a large salary 11 he would arrange to have his periodio deaths occur in a dime museum. Thi Lexow Investigation should turn its search light in the direction of the George William Curtis monument fund. n EnisTus Wnmt says he has been "forced flnto an unenvia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 June 1894

SSWWF -si 1 THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAT, .TUNE 19, 1894. 8 jc1 V if 1 , , WHA THEIR HANDS CAN DO Exhibition of Work Performed by Public SchooLChildren. ARTISTS WITH TOOL AND BRUSH Little Iota Show Their Skill in Simple Draw ing Girli and Boys So the Earns Tasks. Product! of Manual Training A Credit to Teacheri and Scholar!. OneVt ue most interesting and Instructive loittmnto connection with the closing ol the public schools this year is the exhibitions of wort done by the pupIU in drawing, sketch ing, sewing, and manual training. In the Franklin school hall there Is a per manent exhibition ol this lvork, which will be opened to the public from 7 until 9 o'clock this evening and all day to-morrow. Half a dozen young ladles and gentlemen were busily engaged arranging the exhibits when a Times reporter last night entered the hall and exam ined the articles, Which were already in posi tion. The work begins in the first grade, where the little tots who are having their first experienc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 June 1894

MiWW--SW' ''Si -J THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JUNE 19. 1894. '!! THERE'S No need to suffer with the heat by wearing Heavy weight Clothing when there are so many handsome stylish things in Thin Clothes, garments that are not only cool and comfort able, but are dressy in ap pearance, and will wear well and keep their shape. See our line of Blue, Black, Brown, Gray, White, and Fancy Serge Suits. The uulined Tweeds and Cassimeres, the Thin Coats, and Coats and Vests in Pongee, Alpaca, Mohair, Drap d'Ete, and Sicilian Cloth. There's variety enough to please the most fastidious, and sizes and shapes to fit ALL men. 1 he best Clothing values Washington ever saw are in the small lots sale of $io, $12, $15, $16.50, and $iS Suits at $8.50 and the $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, and $30 onesat$12.50. Seethem and you agree with us. Robinson, Chery & Co., TWHFTII AMI bTKEElS Dont pay $100 roi: a lot when you can lmjr lots at Columbia PrL from $23 to $J0 TjutUJuua -II wo will civo you your chok...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 June 1894

- & v,. j --!.' -fjr 7 a"-v?; . -a."1 ssJr 'iw"",,- r ."vryi1- -j ' ""-s. " - THE WASHINGTON TIMES - vol.i. :sro. 95. WASHTNGrTOST, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOKiajSfGr. JUNE 20, 1894. ONE CENT. '!HPSPIP,i",""J,tW,'W9PB'W"twPJ . '.L "W I1- J1 w mnjiiii i m pi . i 11,1.1 J J -v TRAIN WRECKERS AT WORK Two Hundred Passengers' Lives Im perilled Near Alexandria. TWO TIES TLACED OX THE TRACK Washington and Southern Train Harrowly 1 1 Escapes Destruction Near Four Mile Ban. One Tie Lodged Between the Engine Wheels Nobody Injured. An attempt by unknown irrotchos to -wrect n train on tho Washington and Southern railroad, carrying nearly aw passengers, at a point near Four 31 Uo Run, between this city and Alexan dria, was foiled lat nlpht by whatsoemed to the affrighted Intended victims a special act of Providence. The train No. 73 was drawn by Engine No. 2U, Engineer J. B. West, Conductor May, and It consisted of a mall car, baggage car, two express cars, cue sleeper, and two passen ger co.iches. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 June 1894

Jcsff fv '"" "-V v pisjp Wp?'r?r'MPT-- "-,' " ""'-" 1 I.T. ..- . -sj --(". . m " Tt-xt.J-xi 1.- -": '!, j, JT V'fL"' '"1W -. H 1"' w-J-'"-"TV- """W " - v ' "5V ay - V" THE WASHDraTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20. 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Dit dc thx Yeas) owned and issued bx The Washington Times Company 1TMES BUILDING, council Eumm Iks E Steeets Noethwist. l)rsLts3 omes, (SI elstskth stkxet H. TC Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-S. Business Office, 837-3. Trice, Dally Edition.. ...... ..One Cent Sunday Edition .Three Cents. Br the month Thirty-Are Cents. WASHIXGTOX, D. C, JUNE 20, 1894. Tho W'cnthcr To-dav. Tor tho District of Columbia, eastern Penn sylvania. Now Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, generally fair, -westerly winds. Signs ol tho times auction signs, 4-- Too many halosproTO to bo mere wlll-o- the-wisps. - The anxiety of tho avcrase Republican candidate for President has a silver lining. Red bandanas are no longer the fashion. Their owners might bo published as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 June 1894

3rf "t-- -'PT5Sff "mT""T&yT(r --. .Bf7 wV.i'P'S'fe Wt? j"-v -mooi'- - ' " "y t '-,-"-. C ' ft THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, .TUNE 20, 1894. 8 ,f 9 ) MEDALS FOR LITTLE MAIDS iTwent) -ninth Commencement of Im maculate Conception School. IUVEXILE MUSICIANS PLAYED attractive Programme of Vocal and Instru mental Music, Drills, Becitations, Marchei, and Tableaux Large Andience Present Many Howards of Merit Were Given. The twenty-ninth annual commencement ex ercises of Immaculate Conception school were held at Metzerott nail yesterday afternoon and attracted a large audience Promptly at 5 o'clock the entrance march was begun by Professor Scharf a juvenile orchestra, and to its music the members of the school filed e lowly across the stage and passed to the seaia reervd for them, Missus JL DiTTers, 1L McCarty, C. Becker, and 31. Mangan presided at the pianos during the rendition of the march, after which the Benlor Tocal class, accompanied by the orchestra and with Miss C. Allen at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 June 1894

C!5?,!? X - --J-.-' I THE TVASHiyGTOy TIMES. WEDXESPAY, JUNE 20. 1894. THE Greatest Clothing values to fay. In these days of big values are to be found in our small lots sale of Men's Suits at $8.50 for the$io, $12, $15, $16.50, and $18 ones and $12.50 for those that sold at $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, and $30. just think what it means; the very best of the products of ROGERS, PEET & CO. and BROKAWBROS. at LESS than the price of or dinary sweatshop garments. No wonder our third floor is crowded all day and every day. A chance like this doesn't occur often, and the shrewd buyers are taking advantage of it now. Come in to-day. We'll fit and suit you, and you'll get re liable garments, too. Robinson, Gheru Go., Twelfth and F Streets. DON'T PAY ?100 FOR A I.OT WHEN YOU CAN buy lots at Columbia Park from 5 to $50. Until Juno 21 wo will giro you your choice for $30,-cash or installments; 10 jiercontotl for cash, timco, 112:1 F at. nw. lalS-tf t&tt&J&XZ&&fitt Less Tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 June 1894

smp&&z &? "M THE WASHINGTON TIMES .t' I WASHESTGTOK, D. C, THURSDAY MOBBING. JUNE 21. 1894. ONE CENT. VOL.!. NO. 96.- "tf$ft? I r "HE IS AN INFAMOUS LIAR." Senator Butler Hurls the Epithet at Governor Tillman. FARMER BEX GETS A ROASTING South Carolina's Chief Executive Accused of Cowardice He Is Also Charged with Be ing a Blackguard, Bully, and Deliberate and Wilful Slanderer. ' Columbia, & a, June SO. Tho peace which thus far has reigned over tho senatorial cam paign In South Carolina was abruptly dispelled to-day. A bitter speech was made by Senator Butler, which created the greatest excitement. Tho cause of the eruption dates back to the first meeting at Rock Hill, on Monday. At this meeting Mr. Butler's supporters wore appar ently in a largo majority. Tho Tillman forces hargedthnt the Butler contingent was com- osed of aliens carried there by the superln- mdent of tho ltichmond and Danville railroad. In his speech at Yorkville yesterday Governor Tillman referred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 June 1894

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamf j,.,-..- ...... ...-mHmmmkmrm'jmssmfs v3cn i THE WASHINGTON- TIMES, THTJBSDAY, JUNE 21. 1894. 2 The Washington Times (Evert Dat in thi TUII OWNED AICD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, COXXIR ELKYINTH AND STREETS NORTHWEST. Business Office, 431 Eleventh Streets. W. Telophone Editorial Rooms, 837 Butlnees Office, S37-i Price, Dally Edition OnCent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-flTe Cents. i WASHINGTON, IX C, JUNE 21, 1894. Weather Forecast. For theNDIstrIct of Columbia and Virginia, generally lair; continued high temperature; south winds. New York's comparatively low tax rate doe3 not Include "protection money." m m Secretary JIortos is not complimentary to to com. Its eara will probably turn red. - Tnx drowning man will clutch at straws! so will the Summer youth in a high wind. m , It is in daj-3 like these that we begin to realize that Walter Wellman may be riijht. -- The tariff is slow, goodness knows, but so is the Sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 June 1894

, y-Essp-J.-. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THXTBSDAT, JUNE 21, 1894. 3 ?wfv.sTr. sgm. DEYICE OF THE TAX DODGER Takes Advantage of the Law Exempt ing Greenback Money. AX ANOMALY PROMOTING FRAUD Bepresentative Cooper Will Introduce a Pre ventive Measure All Classes of Money to Be Put on the Same Footing Congress' Power to Kenedy the Defect. At present the $316,000,000 of greenback Jegal-tendcr notes are the only kind of money exempted from state taxation wherever re turns are made of personal property Seo tion 3701 ot the Revised Statute declare) that "all stocks, bonds, Treasury notes, and other obligations of tho United States shall be exempt from taxation by or under state or municipal or local authority." This anomaly in tho law makes possible numerous frauds against the state assessors in tho different statos, and it is the purpose of Representative Cooper, of Indiana, to pro rent this by a repeal of tho present law, so as to put all classes of money on exactly the same footing for the ...

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