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

Psl -tc-.vSiZV'ZgS fg&Js&Sft ss smzoii "W ESss ? r vst ftf?3: - vanr 7 Ag -wwlj5, f - " R v. WrASHIKGrrOK TOIES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1894. 3 War Declared I on Russia Will clean Rusla leather and other Sum mer goods out ns follows: Ono lot Men's $6 Itusala Calf Shoes at , $3.45 Per Pair. Several lots Men's S3 Russia Calf Shoif $2.65 Per Pair. Ladies?.! Russia Calf Oxfords, sizes 1 Only 69c. Ladles' ?1K) Bricbt Dongola, Patent Tip, Oxfords, sizes S to 4, Only 98c. Indies' M Hlph Russia Calf Bluchers, mostly narrow widths. Only $1.43. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, HOTEL DIRECTORY. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, Capitol Hill, au9-lm Cor. New Jersey ave. and B st. se. TATIONAL 1101 EL, XN Pennsyhanla are., cor. 6th st nw. Rates, 42 5J to Jl 00 per day. auO-lm SHEA'S HOTEL, 333 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. nw. Rates, SiOO per day; special rates by v cek or month. auMra TM1E OXFORD. 11th st audN.Y. ave, J. American plan, 2.50 jjerday and upwards. European plan, $1 per day and upwar...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 August 1894

s.r " -c-' -$yw' PFfs'Pis sK v. -4S "- " THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, ATJGrTJST 21, 1894. IF These cool nights cause yon to want medium weight clothes you'll And plenty ol them .HERE. Good, reliable, well made, perfect-fitting ones, too. Sack and Cutaway Suits of the latest fashions. In all the popular fabrics. Variety enough to please everybody, and at very tempting prices. Plenty of Thin Clothes, too, for the two months of hot weather yet to come. Berge Suits, Flannel Suits, Outing Suits, Thin Coats and Vests, Blue Sergo Coats, and White Suck Trousers, in fact any thing and everything in correct attire for Hen and Boys. Robinson, Cheryl Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. t t t t t t t t Order Ice FROM YELLOW WAGONS. lettered IXDErEXDEST. They serve Kennebec Ice, the purest, cheapest, and best. It Imparts the greatest degree of cold thus lees "Kennebec" is re quired than any other ice. tFWe guarantee prompt and proper service, and lowest prices. Independent Ice Co., OBce, 10 Pa. Are. Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 August 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES YOIi.l. HtfO. 157. WASHTN-aTO D. C, WEDNESDAY MOKOTltfGK ATJGM7ST 22, 1894. OISE 0J3KT. JASHBDBN TOO OFFICIOUS lodge Miller Administers a Stinging Rebuke to the Warrant Clerk. DISMISSAL HASGS OVER HIM "Warned Kot to Interfere in Police Affairs Officer Klinger Exonerated Ho Did Not Intend to Defeat Justice Jndge Taylor Assesses Costs Against His Prosecutors. Sensation followed sensation in quiet suc cession in police court circles yesterday. The most notable was contained In the language of Judge Taylor in dismissing the contempt proceedings against Policeman Ossie Klinger. growing oat ot a prosecution for supposed illegal liquor selling in South Washington. Tnte was preceded by the announcement by Special Assistant United States Attornoy Pugh that ho had been virtually converted to the temperance cause and would prosecute all violators ot the liquor law to the fullest extent; and the oxtremoly severo reprimand by Jndge Miller of Warrant Clerk George M. Washburn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 August 1894

THJ5 WAKIiJJN (xTUJS TIMES, WJEDNJUPD-a-T, ATTG-TTST 22. 1S94. The Washinflton Times CEtert Bat in the Yzxv) fWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washinflton Times Company TIMBSBTJIIJ3ING, CORNER ElXVXMU AND E STBEETS NOimrTTEBX, Bceiness Orncr, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Ofikte, BST-2. Price, Bally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By tno,EaUi .Thirty-live Cents WASHINGTON, D. CL, AUGUST 22, 18BL Subscriber are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to ivo robBcribers satisfactory service, and til complaints 17111 Teceive prompt attention. a m THE STRIKE COMMISSION. The strike commission new holding in Chicago is doing a good tvork, but Its valuo docs HOt Ho SO much in any decision it may reach as in the publicity given tho testimony. Calm, dispassionate statement, delivered as in the shadow of a court, lias taken the place f the ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 August 1894

e-simsry?V!iijiMt tnwLW'HWm THT! W-ksJJLlJN WTUJN TJLMJSS, "VEDJN JS5D.A.X, AUlxUBT 22, IS. fja?goTygpjv",i-3CT' Tflft!-' ptwiCi J War Declared OK Russia TT" -1rn KiiMia leather aad ether Sum mer g-'i.'d- out m toUowK One lot Men's 16 BuamJe. Call Shoes at $3.45 Per Pair. Several lots Mon'e 5 Koeela OaU Shoes $2.65 Per Pair. Ladle es RueelaCalf Oxfords, sizes 1 to 2, Only eye. Ladies' 82 50 Bright Doagola, Patent Tip, ' 'itords, aiaes 8 Jo , Only 98c. ladies" Hft Russia CaU Bluchers, mofaiiy aarrow widths. Only $1.43. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, SUSIXS9S CHANGES. 1"v i: SIX-THE COCRAOT XEWSFArER. " !!,, mid stationery store; eetabliahed 3SV iji doing gooi tmataeaa; 8 Job prestos; jU - - -. ,t- , , nt new styles type, etc.: $1.0u(h part c. iLttowitt. f. a. cxxkwkll, a t MWSSdBt. 'M.! RBSTAUKAXT; OLD ESTAB i t T)d near Capitol and new Library: u ase and lionime; terms cash. 219 .- auSt-St P i O : n 1 1 v I L BIT A P1BST-CLASS GROCERY orwiF n, ii fist or, oor. K ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 August 1894

THE WASErOfG-TOlir TEMES, WBDiSTESDAX, .A.TJG-TJST 22, 1894 ITS CHEAPER To bay clothes than to pay the doc tor, to say nothing of keeping in Rood health and tho satisfaction of being well dressed. These cool evenings a HEAVIER BUTT or a LIGHT WEIGHT OVERCOAT is absolutely necessary. You'll find HERE the biggest and best assortment of them In town. Cutaway and Sack Suits in all proper fabrics. Cut right, made right, nnd will fit right. S10 up. Hundreds ot the newest, dressiest, and most fashionable TALL OVER COATS. All styles, all colors, all re liable qualities, and all of them per fect fitting. $10teS35. Robinson, GhBru & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. That Poor, Mean Gas Light Becomes luxuriously brilliant and tondy trhen a Plemens Lunpren pas lamp is ased. It takes but a fow minutes to put it up, and it is the cheapest and best light for offices, stores, fac tories, show windows, libraries, Jbc. Sold or rented. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1428 N. Y. Ave. t Order Ice 9 FROM YELLOW WA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 August 1894

5HINGTON TIME VOL.l. 3TO. 15S. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1S91. ONE CENT. MITE HOMES FOR KNIGHTS Tents Arc Being Rapidly Erected Upon ifcc Monument Grounds. CHANGES IN THE PROGRAMME Illunrinatien of Pennsylvania Avenue Fcst poned Until Wednesday Night Oca. Car nanan Expects If ot less Than 50,000 Vis iters Financial Ontlook Is Brighter. There was unusual activity in Pythian cir cles yesterday. Tiarly in the afternoon the erection of tents was begun, and nearly a hundred were up at nightfall. All day Secretary McClintock, of the public comfort oommittee, was busy at headquarters answering numerous questions and com munications regarding quarters, and three meetings -were held last night. A sufficient number of rooms have been registered, and the sign. "No more rooms required," was posted up yesterday r morning. Mr. Richard Goodhart stated positively last night that the date of the Supreme Lodge reception -will sot be changed. Owing to the fact tho Pythian parade o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 August 1894

THE WASHES GrTOiY TIMES, THURSDAY, ATJGTJST 23. 1S94. The WasMnflton Times fEVEKT DAT IK THE YEIXJ OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. Corker Eleventh and E Streets northwest, ErsiNisse Office, 431 EtzvrsTn Street X W. Telephone Editorial Booms, 837-3. Business Offlce. S37-2. v.flr Edition One Cent -many Edition ...... Three Cents. JJy the month..... Thirty-live Gents. WASHINGTON, D. 0.. AUGUST 23, 189L Bubscribers aro earnestly reqnestod to nmfco complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers rromptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to giro subscribers satisfactory service, and til complaints frill receive prompt attention. A WASHING TO BOTH. "When The Times, through its news col umns, first called nttontion to the charges made against "Warrant Clerk Washburn, vl the polloe court, that gentleman indignantly denied them and vehemently pronounced them falsB. Mfc. "Washburn even vent so far as to claim that he -wanted to be I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 August 1894

TiLE VASHlJNixTUJN TIMES, THTTRSDAY, AtTGrTTST 23, 1894. War Declared ox Russia v Iphii RmbU leattow d ottier Sum- r ' dims oat follow: i n. u; Men's SS Russia Oatf Sboes &t 33.45 Per. Pair. Sev -ral lots Mn' Rnaata Calf Shoes at $2.65 Per Pair, Ladies" 82 RnwUCalf Oxford, stses 1 to Sly, Only 69c. Tn.;i.- 2.se Bright Dangola, Patent 1 , t retards, lze 3 tot. Only 98c. v 'r' Hifli RubbJ". Oatf Btoohers, n.Obi.y narrow widtta. Only $1.43. THE WAMIEIf SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, VtBCSX&AXBOVS. A'' T IS I AX PEPAKED TO DECOR- i - uMaluMiM,prlvaifreekleiKse,&c., - ML F. HER. Doartor, & 12th ac &al7-2w "".IS' N iv M v U i I. WIVES. UfcOOHS,AKD CIGARS. 438 Elewittti K. iir N i-V -) i .i.D-HAN FANS-OLD FANS i .i eiriuwute. Gaa Lighting, EtectHe ' Burglar Alarms, etc., a tfrtotalty. ,- imlae. COKXWSLL BROfe. OO., . ; u.irtbwMt. JyS-tf " u A . K. K. CO 'S "C iIAL l0 JM STATION." SUITABLE FOR 1 KjHT MAXLI-ACTURING. - r. electria light, and heat furalebed. . 1 i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 23 August 1894

THE "WASBXN"GTOj TIMES, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1894. IT'S CHEAPER To bay clothes than to pay the doc tor, to say nothing of keeping in good health and tho satisfaction of being well dressod. Those cool evenings a HEAVIER SUIT or a LIGHT WEIGHT OVERCOAT is absolutely necessary. ylt 3nd HERE the biggest and best issortmont of them in town. Cntaway and Sack Suits la all proper fabrics. Oat right, made right, and will fit right. S10 up. Hundreds ot the newest, drossiest, and most fashionable PALL OVER GOATS. All styles, all colore, all re liable qualities, and all of them per fect fitting. S10toS35. Robinson, Chery & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. c 3 -e--so Interest Paid 9 On Balances. $ f Treasurers of churches, nssocin- tlons, and organizations can deposit Y f their funds with this oompauy and ffi receive iutoreat. The money is sub- Y fjoct to check at any time -without ft notice ana you lose no accumulated Y f interest by d mimic it out. as the in- 6 tercet is computed on dally balan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 August 1894

-- - - ?' THE WASHINGTON TIMES "VOIi.l- 2TO. 159. WASHXSraTOlfr, D. C, FRIDAY MOBiNTSTa, AUGUST 24, 1894. (XSTE CENT. CURRY FIRED POIHT BLANK Policeman Fearce the Target for the Bullet of a Brother Officer. HIS INTENTION WAS MURDER He Had Been Drinking Heavily and Was Assaulting His Wife When Pearce Atr tempted to Arrest Him Had to Handcuff and Club Him Before He Would Give In. That PoHoacaan Edward Curry, of tha Ninth prectect, is not a murderer is not his fault, for yesterday ho tried his best, so it is alleged, to kill his brother officer, Policeman Pearce. According to the statement of persons in the neighborhood who are cognizant of the whole affair, Ourry, -who, it is said, has been drinking heavily of late, went off duty at noon. He went to his home, No. 901 F street northeast, about 1p.m., and after eating his dinner, became engaged in a dispute -with Mrs. Curry because, 60 it is staled, be had suffered himself to be spoken tj by some oi tne women on his beat, Su idenly Curr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 August 1894

THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. 1894. The Washington Times IETSXTDAT XX TBS TE1K1 OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, rcitXIR XMTTOTni AM) E STREETS NORTKWESZ Iscsikxss OrncE, 431 Elitekth Street N. W. Telephone EdltorlalRooms, S37-3. Business Office, 337-2. Trice, Daily Edition - One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., AUGUST 24, 1S94, Bnbscriberi are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Timet office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to giro subscribers satisfactory service, and all complaints will receive prompt attention. IS SUICIDE EPIDEMIC! Has GoL Ingersoll's defense of suicide firiTea men and women to think less seriously f life, and to find a surcease from their sor rows by a plunge into the unknown? Per haps it may be merely coincidence, but it is oertalnly a fact that since the publication of tho celebrated agnostic's a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 August 1894

1HE WASHINGTON TIMES, EUIDAT, AUGUST 24, 1894. War Declared ON Russia Will clean Ruesla leather sad other Sum mer goods out as follows: One lot Men's $6 Kuwia Calf Shoes at $3.45 Per Pair. Severn lote Men's $S Russia Calf .Shoos $2.65 Per Pair. La4W SB! Russia Calf Oxford, elzos : Only 69c. L&diet' f2 50 Bright Doagota, Patent Tip, Oiforda, sUes 2 to4, Only 98c. Ladle 13 HUrh Russia C&H Bluchers, mostly narrow width. Only SI.43. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, FINANCIAL. Lock Them in a Box. Yon -who r keeping your valuable papers, stocks, bond, deeds, Ac, in a secretary or in a bureau drawer am run ning a great risk For from 35 to 60 prr year you can reata place for Uiero In one of our Are and burglar-proof safe boxes, -where tbey will be free from all danger. Attorney and business men generally ebould not be without one of the boxes. as oftentimes the loss of a paper ie the cutis of considerable trouble. Keys are controlled by the renters, and every facil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 August 1894

-. K&Tvvnctr" THE WASBXSTOTCKN" TIMES,' FRIDAY, ATJGrTJST 24, 1894. Absolute Perfection is "what -we aim for in clothes for Men, Boys, and Children, and we come nearer to It than anyone else In "Washington, at least that is what every one who is competent to judge tells us. Don't you need another light or medium weight suit? TVe still have a good as sortment of them in neat, nobby, stylish patterns, in all proper fabrics, cut in the latest shapes. Perfect In fit and with our absolute guarantee of their re liability. FALL OVERCOATS, too. All cor rect styles, colors, and fabrics, at low est possible prices. Robinson, Ghem & Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. , of F, Decorations Of very description. SHIELDS, IXAGS, &c, at lowest prices, whole sale and retail. Buildings decorated artistically. M.G.COPELAND&CO., 09 ELEVENTH STREET. FROM YELLOW WAGONS. lettered INDEPENDENT. They Q serve Kennebeclce, the purest, V cheapest, and best. It imparts fl the greatest decree of cold v thu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 August 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOIi.l. O. 160. WASHETOTO: D. C, SATURDAY MORKI3STG-, ATJ&UST 25, 1894.- OJSE CENT. IN THE CITY OF THE TENTS Camp George Washington Astir Kith Active Pythians. GEN. CARNAHAN TAKES CHARGE Tho Event to Take Place this Afternoon with Dne Ceremony Constant Influx of Ar rival! Busy Scenes Around the Various Railroad Depots Great Crowds Expected. Camp George 'Washington is now the scene of activity lor Pythians. There is consider able business yet to be transacted at the F street headquarters, but the public comfort committee will move to the depots at 6 o'clock this evening and leave the committeo on in formation in jvo-ssosslon of the building. Yesterday was another busy day in camp, and by G o'clock in the evening all the smaller tents were rooted and ready for occupancy. To-day 300 brigade and regimental headquar ters.' twits will be put up immediately sur rounding Gen. Carnohan's quarters. Mr. Motley Anderson stated last night that the fifteen arc lights will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 August 1894

12 THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25. ISO. The Washington Times (Etzkt Dat in the Teak) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, COJtNTR ELEVENTH AND E STREETS NOKTHWESX Bcstnzbs Office, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, S37-2. Wee, Dolly Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By the month Thlrty-flvo Cents. WASHINGTON,!). C, AUGUST 25, 189L Bubtcriberi are earnestly requested to Bake complainti at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and all complaints will receive prompt attention. VERY CURIOUS JUSTICE. Yery interesting was the testimony given by General HanngerE. St. John of the Rock Island Road beforo the strike commission yesterday. Mr. St, John the day beloro vir tually denied that such n thing as a black list existed, but on being recalled he quali fied his former statement by saying: "N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 August 1894

THE WASHDSTGTO TIMES, SATUBDAX, AUGUST 25, 1894 War Declared OK Russia "VT in riean Rnia leather and other Sum It, er goods oat ss follow: une lot Meti'e $ Russia Calf Shoes at $3.45 Per Pair. Set oral lots Men' ts Russia Calf Shoes $2.65 Per Pair, Ladies' $3 Km Calf Oxfords, sizes 1 tOi.'e, Only 69c. T jrtio' $2 Bright "Doagc-la, Patent Tip, Oxford, siaets S U4, Only 98c. Ladies' tS Hi Russia Calf Bluchers, mostly narrow widths. Only SI.43. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, FINANCIAL. Lock Them in a Box. " ott wbo are keeping your valuable jiiij.erij. irtock, boudg. deeds, Jac, in a -"retiiry or ill a bureau drawer are run ning a irreat risk. For from $S to JjfiO per Ti-w you cn rettta place for tbem iaoue oi .ur Are asd mrgiar-proof safe boxes, i -e ttoey win be free from all danger. Attorney and business men generally j-huuld not be without oue of these, boxes. h oftentimes tbe lose of a paper is the o.iUBH of oeeeMaraMe trouble. K.-ys areoouuwUed by the renters,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 25 August 1894

THE "WASHnTG-TCXN- TIMES, SATURDAY, ATJGMJST 25, 1894. GOMB In and see lis TO-DAY. " We Bave a new depart ment to show you. The largest and most com plete stock of Men's, Boys', and Children's high-grade Hats in town. All the new shapes, all the new colors, in all of the standard blocks. " The Dunlap, the Youmans, the Knox, and others, hut as our name only is in the crown you pay ONLY for QUALITY, which means a saving from the exclusive hatters' prices of $1.00 to $1.50 on each hat. Isn't it worth saving ? In Boj's' and Children's Hats and Caps 'we show all of the staples, as well as a large line of original and exclusive shapes and styles. There are Derbys, Turbans, Sailors, the Conti nental, the Napoleon, the West Point, Yachting Caps, Tam-o'-Shanters, the Alias, and dozens of other handsome, pretty styles in all proper and fashionable colors. Come in and see us to-day, and we'll sell you better headgear for less money than was ever heard of in Washington. Robinsoa Gherij Go,, Clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 26 August 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES voii.i. izo. lei. WASHxTsTGrTCOT, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNTSTGr, ATTGrTJST 26, 1S94. THUEE CENTS. THEIRS 18 Washington GraGBftJIlu Kniflhls of EVERYTHING IS NOW IN RERDINESS The Air Alive with Flags and Bunting and the Streets Crowded with People. INCOMING TRAINS LOADED WITH VISITORS line of March for the Great Pythian Parade Tuesday Gen. Carnahan and Possibly President Clovoland will Eeview the Procession A Full Week of Receptions, Parades, Excursions and Drills On "Wednesday Will Occur the Prize Drills with 88,500 in Awards The Business Men's Parade Wednesday Afternoon Will Be a Big Feature How the Police Will Handle the Great Crowds What Washington Has in Storo for Sightseers. Amid three cheers for old glory, and as the BoU-stirring strains of the "Star Spangled Banner," played by the Fourth Artillery land reverberated across the tent-covered green sward of the Monumont grounds, Major Gt a. J R. Carnahan formally took posses e. ui the Knights of Pythias camp at 4 o ...

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

THE WASEXNGTCttT TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1894. CROOKS CAOGHT ON THE FLY Arrested by Detectives Just as They Stepped from the Train. ROBERT MURPHY THE IK LEADER Eo Has Followed His Nefanons Calling for J Half a Century and Is an Expert in the Business His Picture in the Bogucs' Gallery His Three Pals Young Men. Robert Murphy, a confidence man, who, it is said, has practiced his calling for about fifty years, and three of the members of his gang, James Allonberger, Georgo Harring ton, and Louis Hook, reached Washington last night about 7 o'clock to prey upon the crowds attending tho Pythian encampment, but they nad scarcely landed on the platform at the Baltimore and Ohio Depot before they were placed under arrest and taken to police headquarters. The arrest of these men is most important and is a proof that the prophecy made by Col. Moore that tho "Washington detectives will be able to handle all the crooks who may come to the city during the encampment, is true. As a precautionary...

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