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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 March 1894

?iWpl wmWmfW. jpsgsiyswtS'iTHBi'CT -n-i - i . s .' The Washington Times lEvcry Day in tho Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: IL J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHLNG; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: IIUTCHINS BUILDING, Coexes Tenth and D Streets KonniwEST. Toleplioue S37. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition..'. Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 81, 189L Notice. Five dollars reward will be paid for tho ar rest and conviction of any one caught taking Tub Times from tho door of any subscriber. The Times. The gentlemanly collector J Will be about to-day and Monday. Kindly havo your dimes ready for him when bo comes. You will, no doubt It is such an Inoxpenshe paper and such a good one. For the daily and Sunday both t t f Ten cents is the total cost, C -3 -3-S2--3 - A SECRETARY SHOPPING. It will surely be gratifying to his many friends In this city that Secretary Carlisle has gone to New York ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 March 1894

p "v"-; t: wvrjar ,aEsaracf-w uwiJ-f r:?3were&ft;-' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATTJBPAYy MABCH 31, 1894. 3 &&$& . s2 " " kt"t ' -wtrr' - xh,t ' tf WHY WILL YE DIE? GREAT WORK AND GREAT SUCCESS Vital Magnetism Cures When All Else Fails. Should any one doubt the really wonderf nl cures now being wrought in our midst they would only hare to pay n visit to that greatest of all llTlng Magnetic specialists, Dr. Damon, at COS ISth street northwest, and listen to the reports made ot remarkable cures by the people waiting to see him. seated in the large parlors yester day were many who had come long distances to see this famous man. Among them were minis ters, merchants, and farmers. One reverend gentleman had come from Illinois; he told how a ei6ter of his had been cured, and how he, after trying over a dozen physicians of his own town, as well as in Chicago, without any benefit, came hero and placed himself under this treatment that has mado for Dr. Damon a reputation for bUU t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 March 1894

mkmiiiw -- -x&iiX?fe-JC!XtZ-.: ' "' " i- , m THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 81, 1894. YOU Will want to see US to-day for CLOTHING and FURNISH INGS for the men and boys. We are ready for you with the most complete stock of high class garments in town, big ger, better, and more fashion able than anyone else can show you, and marked at lower prices, too. Your Suit, Overcoat, extra Trousers, and furnishings are sure to be cor rect if you buy them of US. We are specially proud of our selection of Neckwear at FIFTY CENTS. No one else can equal them under 75c and $1. See them and you'll say so, too. Robinson, Gherif & Go,, CLOTHIEES AND FUBNISHEBS, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F St. N. W, Two Points. I I IO UATC Wear well, loot well, UUK rlrt I .3 and are stylish, ft J r they're priced more niodoratcly M1L' than any others of tholr quality. . $2.50 to $4. Loeb & Hirsh, lien's Hatters and Outfitters, 912 F Street N. W. Two Unequaled Conquests. IT never rains but it pours that ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 April 1894

Sjmwm ?PlSFFP$F5Sp Sf S85 Rsa5 THE WASHINGTON TIMES i VOL. 1. NO. 15. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1894. ITVE CENTS. i - - "ii iSfJ b ft pv M BLOODHOUNDS ARE WANTED If Thev Can Be Procured Tillman's Spies Will Be Hunted With Them. FOSSES SCOUR THE WOODS Only Two Militia Companies Have Besponded to the Governor's Call Dispensaries in Several Towns Destroyed by Mobs One Spy Believed to Have Been Murdered. Special to the Associated Tress. Dablimjton, S. C., March 31. No further outbreak, lias occurred sim.0 last night's trouble. Tho situation here remains about the same. Tho posse continues to scour tho woods for tho cscapod constables who were re-ponsible for tho killing of Darlington's citizens on her streets last e cning. The cen ter of operations for tho citizen soldiery seems to bo Timtnonsvillo, a small town thirty miles from here, as tho spies are sup posed to bo lurking around there in tho swamp. Tho posse uro guarding every railroad outlet in tho county, and it I...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 April 1894

jr - $--!Mxg!xri THE "WASHINGTON" TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1894. THE MODEL SUBURB. Pure Air. Perfect Natural Drainage. Pure Water. JlfF 1 SS.i-t' -. 1 B k H .k. Description, Situated on a commanding elevation at the W., O. and W. Junction of the Alexandria Division of the Pennsylvania Eallroad, and distant only Ave miles from the Pennsylvania Station, 'Washington, Is the beautlf al new subdivision, "ST. ELMO." The pre-eminent advan tages of this charming locality for suburban residence are conceded by every one familiar With Washington and its environments. The excellent Bervice of twenty-six trains a day, so arranged as to accommodate the public at almost any hour, day or evening, covering the distance between Washington and "ST. ELMO" In fifteen minutes, with fare by commuta tation at about five cents. Is a feature that should claim your careful consideration In deter mining where to purchase. The mean altitude is about fifty feet above Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, affording a ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 April 1894

-rimrg -.l fl 1 T1 r tj - .. SEARCH FOR LIQUOR -SPIES Bands of Vigilants Scour. the Country to No Purpose; IX OPEN DEl'IAXCE TO TILLMAN South Carolina's Governor Tonnd Only Twonty threc Men in the State Who Obeyed Ordcri His Orders laughed At Smashing State Dram Shops. rioraxcE, S. C, March 31. Tho bands of vigilants which started out last night in pur suit of tho whisky spies returned thi3 after noon, having thoroughly beaten tho bush for tho Governor's agents. They passed and re passed during the night within hailing dis tance of their game as tho beaten tracks found in tho morninc showed, but all to no purpose The spies aro still at large and probably sarelyout of tho radius of excitement. All night on horseback and on foot tho search pro ceeded till, overcome by weariness, tho pur suers were compelled to call off tho chaso. At Muldrow's 31111. about seven miles west of here, definite information of tho where abouts of tho spies was obtainod. A citizen named Williams met nino spi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 April 1894

n9KBs& ' .4 S "" 3 '1 A THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APBIIi 1, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Sencrnl Manager: H. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSniNO; City Editor: EMOBT FOSTER, Office: IIUTCIUNS BUILDING, Corner Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone SZT. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition rive Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, APIIIL 1, 1891. Notice. Five dollars reward will bo paid for the ar rest and conviction of any one caught taking The Times from the door of any subscriber. The Times. Weather Indications for To-day. District of Columbia and Maryland Partly lloudy, warm, southwest winds; cooler Sun lay night. Virginia Fair, southwest winds. The little four-page daily, many think. Is just as sood as the big ger eight-page paper. It certainly prints the news, the story, the gossip, and the articles for women. A lively paper is the dally. TRY IT TO-MORROW,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 1 April 1894

T&Fi 5T 'W -fv-- It THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STJNpATAPBIL 1,. .1894. S U' SMALL HOUSES IN DEMAND Real Estate Dealers Have Many In quiries for Property of This Sort. SUBURBAN SITES FAVORED Bishop Hunt Confident That Building Will Be Begun on the Methodist University This Year Tone of the Market Generally Improved and Confidence Increasing. An improved feeling in real estato is quite apparent. Dealers are much more confident than they have been for some months, and inquiries for more desirable property are more frequent An inprovement is also no ticed in the number of transfers and in tho amount of consideration. Mr. J. H. Lane, a prominent builder, said yesterday that one cf the best evidences of tho better feeling that was prevailing was tho fact that prices were holding their own In almost pi ery part of tho city. This is noticeable especially in property In the northwest. In the extreme northeast and southeast the prices were not keeping up bo well, but even in property in those ...

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

pmmw4fmmwm THE WASICDTGTOIfr TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1894. G Sunday Morning Thoughts on Religious Unity. Eeliglon Is one; Its forms are many. "Vico has no friends liko the prejudices which claims to be virtue" "When the Judgment is weak the prejudice is strong." Continuity of ono lino of thought on any given subject sinks deep ruts In tbo mind that, under any parallel lines, are difficult, and the variableness of freo Generalization al most impossible. It sometimes seems that the average estimate of religion Is, first, get ting a belief, and subsequently a loyal defenso of that belief, ngainst all the assaults of thought, reason, and scicntlflo discovery. Perhaps the great lesson of tho hour is the ncceptanco of tho fact that belief in God, the all-prevailing force. Author, Creator, pre server of the unhcrse, tho belief in tho im mortality of tho soul, tho obedience to tho indwelling voice of consciense, tho living, enlarging flamo of Altruism, in no way depend upon tho unqualified ...

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

t:vtt yW j-i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, BTJNMT,1 APEIL 1, 1894. s !fflf vstt3T T,TraBK-:S3r V , ., Aunt Emily's Idea Everything la done for the girls theso days, and it has occurred to me that a little of this Interest might be deotcd to considering the welfare of the boy. As a boy Is, so will the man bo a grown up boy In more senses than one. How many boys are a terror to their family, It not to the whole neighborhood; that Is, when they are not started rightl There aro some boys, a very, very select few possibly bom to be great who are wise beyond their years, thoughtful, studious, who never need guiding. Possibly there Is one such in a century. , That Is not the boy I am speaking out for. My Wind of boy Is full of mischievous pranks. They are never still, nor are they a bit like boys one reads of in the Sunday-school books. Thev have been known to pull the cat's tail on the sly , to pinch a corner off of mother's newl -baked cafcn because it smelt so good, and thev have been very huma...

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

:P. wjflmL'.."-. ..' i . T-T1 -"7 . r.KT 1C"K --a"Ti j- Arf'? ''"yMf - i 8 THE WASHEffGTOST TIMES, ST7N.DAX, .AEHi 1, 1894 wwttrr!m A Royal Shoe for $2 J 4 h x.of. Not only in the pic ture, but on the feet as well our 'ROYAL $2 SHOES resemble some of the best $5 Shoes. Of course, they are not as fine, although they will often prove as durable. Ten different styles, Ton or black. WM. HflHN & GO8 RELI YI1LE SHOE HOUSES. 930 and 933 Seventh street, 1914 and 1916 Pa. ave., and 231 l'a, are. a E. WHY PAY RENT? When you can own your own home. Send a postal to Jno. J. W. Reynolds, secretary and general manager Guarantee Savings, Loan and Investment Co., cor. 9th and F Sts., and he will explain how you can be your landlord. Promise gives you the use of all the FURNITURE, CAR PETS, DRAPERIES, BABY CARRIAGES, RE FRIGERATORS, etc., you need while you are taking your time to pay for them. Our "Equitable Credit System" expects possibilities only small weekly or monthly payments satisfy us an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 April 1894

'WMfrF - F$ THE WASHINGTON TIMES J., VOL. 1. JTO. 16. WASHEffGrTON, D. 0., MONDAY MOBiNTffGr, APBEL .2, 1894. ONE CENT. I ii N SENATORS TO TALK TARIFF That is the Standing Order for the Coming Week After Two O'clock. VOOKHEES WILL LEAD OFF Allison Will Make Beply O'Heill-Joy Election Struggle to Continue in the Eonse Bland "Will Move to Pass His Bill Over tie President's Veto. Tho tariff bill will bo taken up for con sideration in tho Senato to-day at 2 o'clock, in accordance with tho agreement arrived at in tho Committee on rinnnco and with tho notice of Chairman Yoorhees to that effect, undwillin all probability bo tho prominent topic ol delate during the entire week. There aro others measures which may claim attention, but nono of them are likely to receive it without the consent ol tho man agers of the tariff bill. Senator Hnnsbrough's bill for tho examina tion of tho Russian thistle appears upon the calendar as tho unfinished business, and but for tho tariff bill would bo calle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 April 1894

p 9? - vti-fr.YSHxPp. Vfrai,m $nsB8jg3?$g!g$ mm !f rHS?5S ' -d-SK sK' 7cr : -is, "- 3"TF ! ES-X' J "?Ki j-S.?" V TfFT-rF ?- r jf j ,M THE -WASHHsTGTOK TIMES, MOUPAY, APBUi 2, 1894. 3 The Washington Times (Every Day in the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT , The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: H. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSHING; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: UUTCUISS BUILDING, Corner Tumi .ind D Streets Northwest. Tilephhone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Office, S3T-2. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, APBLL 2, 1894. Notice. Five dollars reward will bo paid for the ar rest and conviction ol any one caught taking The Tmes from the door of any subscriber. The Weather To-dav. Tor District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia: Generally faira nd colder. m m TIIIS IS BUSINESS. The Tihes Is informed that somo indiscreet individual, either an unwise friend or a cun ning enemy, has approached ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 April 1894

THE 'WASHIN'GTOiN' TIMES, MOKDAT, APEHj 2, 1894. 3 J "J Standing Room Only. Hard times don't cut any figure with us we've been -working like badgers ever since this great price-slashing sale began. We are closing out every garment of the Edward stock at Jforty cents on the dollar. Here Are the Prices That Bring the Crowd: Men's English Clay, Regent Cut Dress butts elegantly tallorod Edward's 4TT rn price, fc!5 Our pries pxi.u lien's Double and Single-breasted Black Cheviot Suits strictly all wool Edwards price, 16 Our g- q Boys' Suits latest Broadway styles single or double-breasted CassW meres. Cheviots, and W orsteds Ed- A q wards price, JlJ-Our price. '0'uv-' These are but a handful of bargains out of a hun dred. Get here as early as possible to-morrow. H.Friedlander&Bro: NINTH Dimity Writes to Her Darling Mother. WAsntxarox, March SO, 1891. Deab JIotheb: I am sorry you havo been worried because I did not write, but I hayo been bo busy cov ering tho magnificent distances ot t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 2 April 1894

5pr J npjRESpf3 q. j. r -,-V-'TSWSTSiy -".iS"?.; KT'w--3-ys; "??T' J t THE WABHIXGrTOVC TIMES, MONDAY, APJSIL 2, 1894. r EXTRA! . Large and stout men are well provided for HERE; better than in any other two stores combined. We have an un usually big variety of suits for men fromTORTY-TWO to FIFTY inch chest meas ure, in Regular, Long,Stout and Extra Stout shapes, made from the popular fab rics, cut in the proper styles and as perfect in FIT as if you were measured for them. Same prices as the regular sizes, TEN to FORTY DOLLARS,and your money back for what doesn't suit Extra large and stout UN DERWEAR, SHIRTS, etc., in OUR furnishings department. Same qualities and prices as our regular sizes. Robinson, GhBru Go., CLOTHTEBS AND FUBNISHEES, 1200,1202, and 1204 F St. N, W. "MAN WANTS BUT LITTLE HERE BELOW," But he must havo a light-weight pair of shoes for spring wear. Our prices should induce him V buy hero, tic i (2.95 f or a good $3 Itusslan Calf. $3.50 for a good 85 Calf Shoo. 8a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 April 1894

yp-riswp" ' t- i s - '" i' f THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. JSO. 17. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MORNING, APEHi 3, 1894. 1 ONE CENT. SBP5!!BpfPF' J i A PUTTING HIM OK THE RACK Co!. Breckinridge Nettled by Judge Kilon's Embarrassing Questions. TO RECONCILE HIS DUAL LIFE As AnticipatDd,;tho Cross-Examination Was Along This Line The letters Written by Kiss Ionise Lowell Figure Prominently. Defendant Continues His Denials. Great expectations have been focussed npon tL sross-cxaminatlon of CoL W. O. P. Breckinridge by ex-Congressman Jcro M. Wilson, particularly here in Washington whero tho abilities of both men aro appre ciated. The expectation began to bo realized after tho noon recess yesterday -when tho colonel was delivered over into the hands of his opponents. llo had continued his story of tho intrigue With Madeline Tollard through tho morning, entering many and reiterated denials of various statements matlo by her, nnd relating his own version of tho interviews "with tho Washington ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 April 1894

THE -WASHIKGTO TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1894. o The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times - Publishing Company Ccnoral Managor: H. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CTjSHLS'Q; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: UUTCHINS BUILDING, Cohker Texth tsD D Streets Northwest. Telcphhone Editorial Booms, SJ7-3. Business Office, SS7-S. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. ITRADES7..1C0UNCILI WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 3, 1891. Notice. Five dollars reward will be paid for the ar rest and conviction of any one canght taking The Times from the door ot any subscriber. The Weather To-Day. District of Columbia, Maryland and Vir ginia, fair, winds shifting to southeast slightly; warmer Tuesday evening. t-4&-&r& & OCt-( 4 t Just Business; That Is AIL The Times has thousands of subscribers, (but it wants more); The Times has columns of paid advertisements (but it wants more). It is interesting eno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 April 1894

?- -jJ1iS( '"ff THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1894. The indispen sable Apron. Around tbe house, until the dally duties arc over with, housekeepers wear aprons of a two-thirds length of lawn, nalnsookor dim ity, trimmed with u hem four inches deep and clusters of tucLs divided into threes by insertion or rows of feather-stitching, says Bmna M. Hooper in the Ladies' Home Jour nal. This last trimming con be done with Cax or cotton on the garment or tho ready mads bo had by the piece of twelve yards, costing trorn fifteen to thirty cents n piece. Tho belt and long, wide strings, which are to be tied at tho center back, are of the material, and if a more fancifnl effect Is wanted a ruf fle of Hamburg or nainsook edging trims the bottom. A pocket on tho right side is indispensable With all sizes and kinds of aprons. A pretty apron made of lawn is trimmed with three clusters of flvo tucks, each divided by two rows of feather stitching and edged with a ruffle of embroidery. The be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 3 April 1894

iij -9 sr-3 'TSvva5rS'5 c vl StM ' ? $ THE TVASHPTGTOK TOTES, TUESDAY, APBIL 3, 1894. IT IS Time for a Spring Overcoat Time for a NEW one. Time for the new SHAPES. There are better ones, and more of them HERE than you will find elsewhere. All of the popular fabrics, cut in the latest NEW YORK styles, richly and hand somely tailored, and guaran teed to FIT and give entire SATISFACTION or your money refunded. $io to $40. There is more value than you ever saw at the price in our FIFTY-CENT Neck wear, and those ALL LINEN, HEM-STITCH-ED, HAND EM BROIDERED Handker chiefs at 20c each. See the window display of them. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, CLOTHTEBS AND TUKNISHEES, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F St. N. W. "MAN WANTS BUT LITTLE HERE BELOW," But ho must JiaTO a light-weight pair of shoes for spring wear. Our prices should Induce him to buy here, viz: $493 for a good $3 Russian Calf. $3.00 for a good 65 Calf Shoe. S3. 75 for a good $6 1 atent Calf Shoo. $1.73 for n good $3.50 Calf Congress. The Warren ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 4 April 1894

wmy ,T-?vCp:.rp,;ppp ggw3M 'annua ji mmj urn ji''iajgiijtsgjwf?taif a-ifff ''v-y .s re x "mwk,, . IBC-, "i-ii -"iT.'Jwr.' m;4 . jcvwawwi'1; j-atrrri'-.waB---- . .",.i.".'i. "Vij-"JS'-i L" i'- -jr..rT,rs.ijiA.."L?V'r'ii -;-;: jn iy i?- :, - 5i wW ;.WvF w -- ii .1r wfc-T - 4r THE WASHINGTON TIMES ii i r TOIi. 1. O. 18. GOV. TILLMAN'S COUP D'ETAT He Issues a Proclamation Assuming Control of All Municipal Folice. HAVE AIDED LAW BREAKERS As Soon as the Present Emergency Shall Have Passed Ho Will Bcliuquisb. Control and Bestoro the Former Status Constables Have Been Honnded and Insulted. Coltobia, S. 0., April 3. Governor Till man has issued the following proclamation: Whereas, Section 519 of tho general statutes of this state declared that "the Governor shall have authority -whenever la his Judgment it shall be necessary to arm the constabulary, and in an emergency to assume tho sole control of the whole or" any part of tho municipal police in cities and incorporated towns, and to author...

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