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

t ---a - V, w' ' J1 jSI -T-' v-j-i THE WASHTN"GrTO:N" TIMES, TTEDNESDAT, APRIL 4, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: II. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CUBBING City Editor: EMORV FOSTER. Office: UUTCUINS BUILDING, Corner Tenth axd D Streets Northwests Telephhone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business Office, 8S7-B. ?rlce, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week .Ten Cents. ffREi&ScID WASHINGTON, D. 0., APRIL 4, 1891. I TALK RBOUT 'THE TIMES." it goes because Its friends, the people, Etand back of it to make it go; 10,000 ol them do It. But talk about morei It Will Go All the Better. 9- 4 "OtICC. Five dollars reword will bo paid for the ar rest and conviction of any one caught taking Tux Times from the door of any subscriber. The Weather To-day. District of Columbia, Maryland, and Vir ginia; fair in the morning; increasing cloudi ness, and probably showers during...

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

WwwP?- vrarBpBggas WWWW- THE WASHDfGrON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APEHi 4, 1894. i-1. i - PALMER AND NOW BENEDICT The Change at the Government Print ing Office Means Much to Many. TOUCHING IMPENDING CHANGES Tho Appointment of Mr. Palmer and Then of Mr. Benedict Numerous Candidates Hoped for Success Till .the Last The Im portance of the Minor Places Politically. The Publio Printing Offloo is tho one great department of the government service left to the mercy of the politicians. It is not gov erned by the civil service rules, and politi cally it can be looted at every change of the administration. It is thi3 that has caused so much anxiety on all bands as to the Presi dent's selection for its head. Por that reason too a change in its administration is eagerly watched throughout the whole country. There is hardly a town of any size in the country that does not contain at least one printer whose great ambition in life is to get a place In the public office here. The work is steady and the pay ...

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

w-rqpjy,-&fg3ml! F3 - va s y .- ?--5,s-n? ' THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, TOaEKTESDAT, APEU4, 1894. peculiar coinci dence 1 Have you noticed that . since we spolce of doing it that nearly all the clothiers have had something to say about refund ing money? Some of them do, and the way some of them do it reminds us of the man who said he would rather not have his back at all than have it "thrown in his teeth." We hand it back cheerfully if you are not satis fied with what we sell you! Compare our $10 Suits, and $15 Overcoats with those offered elsewhere for $2.50 more. Just the same, eh? Parker, Bridget $ Go,, 315 Seventh St. N. W. "MAN WANTS BUT LITTLE HERE BELOW," But he must have a light-weight pair of shoes f or spring wear. Oar prices should induce him to buy here, viz: 12.95 for a good $5 Russian Calf. 13.50 for a good 85 Calf Shoo. $3.75 for a good $0 1 atent Calf Shoe. Jl.75 for a good S3.D0 Calf Congress. The Warren Shoe House, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET. Promise gives you the u...

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

RPfpa 7"tg& THE WASHINGTON TIMES 1 1 .11 Jl a I 1 'SI VOL. 1. 270. 19. WASHrtfGrTON, D. C, THURSDAY MOENIXGr, APBIL 5, 1894. (XNT3 CENT. - "St "StWf PROTESTANTS IN SESSION Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Maryland Methodist Conference. THE FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS Preliminary Organization Effected with the Election of Officers and Other Incidental Business Traffic in Camp Meeting Grounds Will Be Discussed. Tho sixty-sixth annual session ot the Mary land conferenco of tho Methodist Protestant Church convened yesterday morning at tho Congress street church, West Washington, and will bo in convention until next 'Wednes day. Preceding tho general order of busi ness a short devotional scrvico, consisting of ecriptural reading, congregational singing, nnd pfayer offered by Rev. J. D. Kinzer, took placo. Rev. L. B. Sutherland was tempo rarily called to tho chair, and tho report of tho president for tho past jear read, stating that over 3,000 persons had been conerted nnd $45,000 raised...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 April 1894

'&teiVgst?m&GgFf&$gSgS tj-v--w-jp-isyw R55?s5!?3FSBafsS Wij o THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THTJBSDAY, APRIL 5, 189.4. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: H. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CDSHINO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: IIUTCHINS BUILDING, CORKER TENTH AND D STREETS NORTHWEST. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S37-3. Business Office, 337-2. Price, Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition;....-. Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. fitRADESlig.) COUNClOa WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 5, 1894. Notice. Five dollars reward will be paid for the ar rest and conviction of any one caught taking The Times from the door of any subscriber. The Weather To-Day. District of Columbia. Maryland and Vir ginia: fair, westerly winds. - t t t t t t 9 Kindly show this paper To a friend to read; Chances nre ho will thank vou: Chances are he may sub scribe; Chances are you will bo glad to see him smile. AT ANY RA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 April 1894

1 M KF ' -W 3f "-" '" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, .THURSDAY, APBIL 5, 1894. 3 J, K . FOR MORE TORPEDO BOATS Senator McPherson Favors on Appro priation For Thirty Vessels. DEFENSE AND HOT AGGRESSION Senate Kaval Committee Likely to Becommond Such a Coarse They Will Encourage American Bogijtry of Foreign-Built Mail Carrying Ships for Armed Cruisers. Senator John R. Mcrherson, of New Jersey, chairman of tho Senate Committee on Naval Affairs, stated yesterday that tho Domoeratlo members of the committee were likely to make Borne recommendation before Ions which Would to some extent change our naval policy. It is, in brief, to mako our naval equipment rather one of defense than of attack or ag gression, providing for a very considerable increase in the torpedo service, and extending the system of registration under tho American ling and payment formail service thereunder In place of direct subsidies, thus extending tho merchant marine, which could be mado effective is armed cruisers in time of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 5 April 1894

-rjs$$Oia-spirf& ? Jl THE 'WASHINGTON' TIMES, THURSDAY, APBH, 5, 189. Free! MENTION "THE TIMES." For tho asking we will elvo to every one mentioning The Tisies A Magnificent Cameragraph entitled "Shoshono Tunnel, Canon of Grand River," which 1 ono ol tho BO charming American scenes Included In our new and superb series of art portfolios, "Glimpses of America." A glorious work of art a masterpiece of scenic grandeur. Offer holds good all day TO-DAY. If you cannot come, send for a copy. PIERCE'S 8th and Pa. Ave. ONE GOOD HAT Is equal to two ordi nary ones in service and satisfaction, and costs very little more. We're offering what we call "good" Hats for from $2.50 to $4. You'll think our opinion of them is none too high after wearing one of them. Loeh & Hirsh, Men's Hatters and Outfitters, 912 F Street N. W. RUPTURE, HERNIA, BREACH TRUSSES, PADS, BELTS, are all put aside by tbo treatment at tho Washington Hernia Institute, METZEROTT BUILDING, 1110 F ST. "MAN WANTS BUT LITTLE ...

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

yvwem- THE WASHINGTON VOL. 1. NO. 20. WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MOBNING, APRIL 6, 1894. ONE CENT. TIMES K H i u ONE ffl'KANE JUROR BRIBED Affidavits to That Effect Arc Now Held By the Prosecution. THE BRIBER HAS CONFESSED Statements That the Dishonesty Was Discov ered and Prevented Before the Final Bal lot Was Taken Prominent Contractor Of fered to Par for a HcEane Vote. BnooKtrs, N. Y., April 5. Affidavits by election Inspectors of Gravesend are Bald to lo in the hands of tho counsel who prosecuted John Y. MeKano to prove that one of the Jurors in the trial of tho suit against John Y. HcKano had beon bought,' but before tho final ballot was taken tho fact was discovered and the suspected man was compcllodto change his vote Tho report was confirmed this morning by CoL. A- G. Lamb, Edward M. Shephard, deputy attorney general, and Jero Wernberg, who were all engaged in tho prosecution. Mr. Shephard, it will 1)0 remembered, stated in court tho other day that he had somo further evidence...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 April 1894

mmimmimi iyffvl r-ygr?inB3&Sig?SGg'pgt i-fA" 3t XW ' RISC awss-Tt t.- EtBK-gssf ,-3s; . ".?-' tr- -. " ' f THE WASHISTGTOK TIMES, FRIDAY, AP E1L 6, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CUSHINQ; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUTCHINS BUILDING, COENEK TENTH AND D STREETS NOETHWXST. Telephone EditorialTlootnSi 337-3. Business Office, S37-&. Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Fixe Cents. By carriers, by the -week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL G. 1834. Notice. Eive doliar3 reward will be paid for the ar rest and conviction of any one caught taking The Times from tho door of any subscriber. Havejou paid your sub scription to The Tijies? Of course you have But bare you shown the paper to a Iricnd? Have vou secured his sub scription? Make it a pleasant task to-day; Try to flood the Business Office. THE POSTAL TELEGRAPH QUESTION. The argument against the various forms of pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 April 1894

i- r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAY, APEIL 6, 1894. 3 Th8 Matter of Waste iiithB Kitchen. The thrifty housewife Is always on tho look out to present wasto, especially in the kitchen. She wants to know Just how lar everything procured for tho family Is going to last. To ,do this a personal Insight over all the food and fuel consumed is necessary. Some women who have but ono servant say they can't do this because the girl In the kitchen does not like to be watched; she will resent it as a reflection upon her. Now experience teaches us that she is Just the kind of girl who needs an ej e on her! There was ono such once upon a time who always went home of nights, and her employes noticed that she also always tamed to and fro a littlo tin bucket holding about a quart. That littlo pail with its regular trips became an object of suspicion, but when Sallie was asked about It she said she alwajs carried her dinner home in It, as she preferred to eat it at home with the children. As Sallie had b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 6 April 1894

F? "-- S?Sli-1gHS w-m&m , O; raSW WTw.'W'ViJHa.i -- , r"-vr--- s V s 4 THE WASHESTGrTOSr TIMES, FBIDAT, APBIL 6, 1894. Don't Your Winter clothes feel too heavy to-day? You can get a handsome, stylish, and dressy Spring Suit or Overcoat at a moment's notice HERE. One that any tailor would be proud to own; one that will be entirely satis factory to you, and that we'll be glad to be responsible for. All the new fabrics, cut in the correct fashions, tailored better than any one else's, and, as usual with OUR garments, PERFECT fitting. $io buys a good, reliable ALL-WOOL Suit, $40 buys the best that can be made, and at each and every INTERMEDIATE price we guarantee you BETTER and more SATIS FACTORY garments than you can get elsewhere at the same price. Robinson, Cheryl Co. Twelfth and F Sts. N. W. 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 Syst...

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

mf THE WASHINGTON TIMES 'n VOL. 1. NO. 21. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1894. ONE CENT. STOLE A TON OF DYNAMITE Striking Miners Took It and Great Apprehension Is Felt by the Act. AN UGLY FEELING DEVELOPING Storehouse was Broken Open by tie Rioters while the Workmen wore Absent In dications that Hostilities Will Break Out Again Within a Da? or Two. Usioktows, Pa., April C. It has Just been discovered that the strikers havo stolen 2,000 pounds of d namite from the now reservoir being constructed on the mountain cast ol Dunbar and great destruction ol property is expected. The dynamite was stolen while the work men on the reservoirs wero absent, and the rioters broke open the storage house. The robbery has caused great excitement in the coke regions, and many believe preparations ore being mado for a renewal of hostilities. President Davis, who is in jail, said to-day ho would not withdraw his call for a conven tion on Saturday, and urge3 the board to re port at the mee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 April 1894

-S?1SP"SW??raMSS & THE TfASHiyGTQy TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1894. 2 ThB Washington Times (Every Day in the Year OWNED AND ISSUED Br The Washington Times Publishing Company Editor: MARSHALL CCSHIKO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: UUTCIHSS BUILDING, CORKER TESTS JlXD D Steeets Noktowist. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Once, 337-2. Price, Daily Edition OneCcnt Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cent. !JRMEv!70UNU3 WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 7. 1894. Notice. Five dollars reward will bo paid for the ar rest and conviction ol any one caught taking Tnx Times from the door ol any subscriber. Weather for To-day. For thoDlstrict of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, fair, slightly wanner; southerly winds. J Sunday morning early t t f t t The Times arrives at every door; It will bo freighted to-morrow, as always, With all the news and all the gossip; An editorial page with some thing honest in it; A story for the women and the men; Miscellaneous matter, An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 April 1894

' iv &gfr&i? V?'57-',T-K-?:,S.-7?"fHKft2" ' r' '" il-,tvrT(-"iii juh weB!sier j3c-niappsr-' wj.urtii - - l ., T -vv - , THE WASHINGTON TIMES, 'SATURDAY, AEEXL 7, 1894. 3 t ARE YOU OPEN FOR A Bargain In Spring Shoes- We Lave just opened and placed on sale the following: 1 Lot Ladles' S3 Button Shoes tor Jl.M. 1 Lot Ladles' nigh Russia Bluchers for $1.95. Worth $S. 1 Lot Ladles' ItussiaJElneher Oxfordtffor $1.50. Worth J2 50. I Lot Ladles' CM Oxfcrds for $1.60. There are about 40 different styles to select from. The Warren Shoe House, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F Street. The Store-room and the Closet However orderly the housekeeper may be and howover carefully she may look over her store closets and presses It Is important that at least oneo every vear sho empty them ol their holdings and ghe them a thorough going-over. Every crnck, crevice, and cranny should bo examined. It is a good plan to havo tho walls of such places carefully hard-finished and all cracks closed with plaster of Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 7 April 1894

''ri.7lfS0g wr-r msr"g&w-? '"3T THE WASHIKGTOK" TIMES, SATTJBDAT, APRIL .7, 1894. WE recogniz6 the fact that there are a large number of men who do not care W-i r nnvflinrp tlmn s-k -" tf"J '""- -"- $10 for a Spring Overcoat. We Mare glad to be ' able to say that we have just run across a half hundred Over coats that usual ly sell for $12.50 and $15, which we shall run at ten dol lars just to lead the city on $10 Coats. Parker, Bridget & Go,, Only "Exclusive" Clothiers Iloroi 315 Seventh St. N. W. Do YoU 1 Want to Gel With Both Feet Into the prettiest, most comfortable-fitting, and best Shoe you ever had for $3? Then try our famous Gem S3. Shoes, LADIES' or MEN'S. Dozens of pretty styles to select from, either black or tan. WM, HKHN & GO.'S RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES. 030 and 932 Sovcnth street, 1914 and 1910 Ta. ave., and 31 Pa. ava a E. TWO DAYS' SALE OF CLOTHING- 2,000 pairs Men's All-Wool Pants, for $2.20, -worth $5. 1,000 Men's Suits, All Styles, for $6.js. 500 Spring Sui...

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

-- THE WASHINGTON TIMES (I VOL. 1. STO. 22. WASHTffGrTO, D. C, SUNDAY MOR:NTtfCr, APEIL 8, 1894. FIVE 'CENTS. 1 t THEY WERE NOT COXEY'S MEN Porty-one Itinerants Gathered in dt the Folice at Eckington Station. CAME ALL THE WAY FROM TEXAS they Wanted to Beach Their Eastern Homos and for this Purpose Banded Themselves Together Major Moore Will Not Permit Bnch Invasion Hint for Commonwealers. An association of forty-one men, who were at flrst supposed to bo the advance guard of tho army of tho unemployed, reached Wash ington shortly after 7 o'clock last evening and was accorded a reception which speaks Yolumes for tho way in which tho authorities of this city will handle the Coxey problem Should it eventually present itself f ull-fledgod. They came packed in n single box car on the Baltimore and Ohio road. Notice of tho probablo arrival of tho men had reached the chief of police, Major Moore, during the day through Detective Grannon, of tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and he had prepar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 April 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1894. :mm would hold good ..ulant's iMarriage With Mrs. Wing Xot a Good Defense. rilAT IS JUDGE BRADLEY'S VIEW Arguments by Counsel on Both Sides on the Trayors for Instructions to the Jury De cision to Be Rendered To-morrow Several Says cf Talk in Prospect. "he prospect of a dry legal argument In the Pollard-Ereekinridge case did not prove suf ficiently attractive to draw out even the mem bers of the bar to Judge Bradloy's court yes terday morning. Neither of the principals In tho case were there. Their lawyers bristled with legJ documents when they entered, while in their wake followed sundry colored porters laden with stacks of calf-bound tomes. Tho proceedings were began by Mr. Cal deron Carlisle, who read to tho court the prayers of the plaintiff for instructions to the Jury. Fourteen distinct instructions, cover ing every possible aspect of tho cose, were asked of the court. Stripped of their legal verbiage the substance of the Instructio...

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

KSeerW ffc p TV" Jr if "st SSfJE I THE WASHINGTON TIDIES, SUNDAY," ATRIL 8, 1894. TZWSWiW i Aunt Emily's Idea. Xo ono who enjoys studying lifo the dally trips through tho city In the cars Is one of the best places to And It. rery car has 03 much human nature In It ns It has passengers, all unconsciously telling tales on themselves. Tho plain citizen, the sensualist, tho drink ing man, the preachers, Congressmen, and all varieties of colors and shades of character of mankind, ride in the city cars, as do also the coarse woman, the fine woman, the good woman, tho other woman who looks doubt ful, and tho sweet young girls Who look modest, and the other kind who oglo tho men on tho sly. All these and many readable types ride side by side in this democratio ve hicle. Each, no doubt, thinks him or herself unknown, because not personally acquainted. If it becomes monotonous, too common place, uninteresting, or disgusting, all one has to do is to look out the window and into other windows o...

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

Asfl THE TVASHIKGTO TIMES, STTNIDAY, APRIL 8, 1894. The Washington Times (Every Day In tho Year) OWXED A5D ISSUED BT The nshington Times Publishing Company Tailor: MARSHALL CCSHINQ; Citr Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HLTCUINS BUILDING, CcrxEB Tenth and D Stkeets NOETBvnsT. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Offlce, 337-2. Price, Datlr Edition. One Cent Sunday Edition Fire Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. T"OE75it;&"DNCLl WASHINGTON, D. C, APRIL 8, 1801. NOTICE. Stockholders of The Washington Times are informed that an important meeting will be he'd at Typographical Temple at 3 o'clock p. m. to-day. Every stockholder should bo present. By order, of the board of directors. Thos. A. Mitchell, Secretary. t Weather for To-day. For the District of Columbia and Maryland, threatening weather, with light rain; clearing during the day; variable wind9. Virginia, local rain in northwest; fair in southeast portion; varlablo winds; slightly cooler in couth portion. af a- "O ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 8 April 1894

.-d- -iHS.ae??vSq THE "VASmNGTOfigMES, SUNDAY, APElt '8, 1894. ' k I A'fOES FROM THEIR TRANCE Vcs Hustled anu Won a Game from the Inung Bloods. TO INAUGL.1ATB A KEW DEaL Uanager SchmolzWiU Setfin Monday to Flay tho Beg 'ar Tt jx Aaiiit s Balance of I'-- Playen d-.aer Contract Chailey Far mi! Did Hot Work tho Wagn.ri. In celeDrt'trn of yestc.-day's game being Ihe flnr' one of the scries between the Kids and Vtts the latter walked on" with tho honors J.ist as easy at you please. Manage Schmelz stated before tho game tba' ho had decided to, open up Monday aitveoon with a now deal by I 'ncing what will probably bo the regular team b the field n inst a plowed nine com posed of tho otner plovers. This decision is la line wit". Tce Times' recommendation that tha reguli- team should bo made up and the men given practice in their permanent po i tions. Tho manager has selected tne regulars for Monday as McMahc- catcher; Petty, pitcher; Cartwnght, Ward, and JojCO, base men; Selbach, short; Abb...

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