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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 October 1894

2 THE WASHIJSTGTO-N TOIES, WBDJ? .ES-D-AX, UCTOJSJLlt IV, 1394. The Washington Times ETEKT DiT IX THI YeikJ OWHKD AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMBS BUILDING, SOOmVfMC COKKBR rWOffiTLTANIA AVENCB ACT Tun SntEBc Telephano Editorial Booms, 4S3. BurtnosB Office, 337. Iiice,JJar BdHIOD On o Cent SttDtiay Sdltton Three Cent a. Jly the HionUi Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OOTOBER 10, 18SL 14,817, The daily average number of papers sold and printod by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was iln Ads" that Sell Goods, HAXAOBR'S OWICE OP MR' OWICE OP ") LVSMTKfiH A Bl.. K,B.C.,OctS,JSM.j LavSMJKOH Wmshdmkok, Washington Times : It gives us great pleasure to at test I splendid reeutts from, our Saturday's "uf in your paper. In reference "To the Children's Wooden Chair and Hookers at S5 ots," we toere kept Vusy all the day ami dear ) to doting time with people anxious to secure these doors as advertised ext&ustoHy m The Times. We always like to acknowledge a ...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1894. Shoes Given mm, rvery day one of our customers la j rrscatwl with a pair of shoes PREE Oi CX!T. In Addition w soil for $2.65 Shoes which will cost you $3.00 or 53.60 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladioe- Button Shoos, sizes 1 to SJ4, (which used to sell for $8.50 to H.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, ME YOUR CHOICE Of one Lot Children's Caps made cf Bedford Cord. Material in Tan, Navv, Brown, and Gray. Full plaiting of S !k on top, forming Gbiong Pom pon, Very wide string to match, The Gaps are nicely lined. Sizes to fit Children ali the way from tiro months to six yeers. For 25cts. ircauu.iu.i mum 420. 422. 424, 426 7th St SAVE TIME 9 ?By telephoning your orders for mar- fi fcctiug t.. us. Our 'phone, 847. De-' Y Q liery prompt, pods guaranteed Q Y the best, prices down to wholesale V a figures. ? Emrich v I Beef Co., f T Main IJarket and Grocery, 1306-1312 32d St. X W BRANCH MARKETS: Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 10 October 1894

THE WASHXN-(STO:N' TIMES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 10, 1594 IF YOU want the neatest and dressi est, as well as an absolutely impervious MACKIN TOSH, see OUR blue beaver box-coat, with velvet collar. It is only '$20.00 but is thoroughly vulcan ized, is perfect fitting and as dressy as any overcoat. We have a beauty in a light rolling umbrella at 32.50. It is of Union Silk, with the latest improved paragon frame and brass ferruled. It is neat, handsome and dura ble. Other umbrellas at all prices, from $i.oo to $7.50. Robinson, GherifA Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. 3&&i&&itti&& i Drink M Blatz "Wiener" Beer And you get tho ploasuro of drlnk- log beercombinod with thehealih- i ul efforts producod by a -rigorous tonic. As a a "ihlst quencher" it elands alone. VAL BLATZ "WIENER" BEER is unexcelled for excellence of brow and purity of ingredients One trial invariably loads to nn- uther. and then you're a stanch friend to tho best Beer man ever j-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 October 1894

TIMES X JHLJzi "VOL.l. O. 207. WASHINGTON D. C, THURSDAY MOUSING-, OCTOBER 11, 1894. OTE CENT. MM. TYLER INVESTIGATED Charges Freferrcd Against the Chief of the Mail Equipment Shops. THE REPORT NEARLY READY Witnesses Alleged That Valuable Machinery "Was Purchased and Never Used Incom petency, favoritism, and Violation of Civil Service .Jlnles Also Charged. For the past two months a quiet Investiga tion has been progress in reference to volu minous charges which wero preferred against Major 31 D. S. Tyior, chief of the mail equip ment shops on C street, between Four-and-a-talf end Sixth streets northwest. The in vestigating committee comprises Messrs. Graham, Sullivan, and Murray, of the Post oHIee Department. The committee hold numerous sessions and xamined a number of witness, among whom K-ere: F. B. Hunt, George Waterbury, jr., George Watcrhury, sr., Edward Waterbury, Assistant Foreman Clevoland. It. E. Potts. Ed ward Alsop, John Dowden, Casey, and other emrloyes. The investigatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 October 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 11, 1894. The Washington Times ETJrDi.Y B. THE YeakI UWXBD AHZ ISSUED BT Ahe IfaSfciaftoa Times Company miffi BUILMXG, numiwtm ookkes raMMnsxNU. avbnbe and Yens 8mcr. ?MIfibM-3bHtKil Rooms, 45S. 3taalaecOJ9e.H?. PtBo,SttyaAitloa OnoCent SmwIarTEItttoB Three Coots. JX ttte stoetfa Thlrty-Bve Cente. WASHxHOTOK, i. a, OCTOBER 11, 18L 14,817. The Saiiy -average number of papers sold aa yriated hy TEE WASHLTfGTON TIMES fer fee m&ath of Septemlwr T7as 14,817. FASHLTfGTON AKD THE SOUTE. It tats been reported to railroad officials rocldwit In Washington, Had through them to repreaeatstives of railroad interests in tho Sooth, that the Cao&dian trunk lines are handling the majority of omisrant traffic now eomiag to this country. It seem6 re markable that the course of. a goodly number of tbeee home seekers cannot be deflected through Washington to the South. A Ions hard winter and low produce prices -e ahead of the foreigner who lands at Elite ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1894. Shoes Given Away. Everyday one of our customers Is -presented with a pair of shoes FREE Ol COST. In addition we sell for $2.65 Shoes which Trill cost you $3.00 or $3.50 elsewhere. t Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladies' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to 3, (which used to sell for $3.50 to $1.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 9!9 F STREET, 2 X?? Our S7 Sets Of Improves the expres sion adds beauty fit comfortably easity and are the very best any dentist in the city could produce. AMERICAN DENTAL ASS'N. COR. 7TH AND E STS SV. Over the Atlantic and Pacific Ca's Store Take Notice! Many of you are about to refurnish tho House for Winter you need a now Parlor Suite and a Carpet and a lot of other things It is more than Hkely that you would appreciate EASY PAYMENTS iu buying these articles that's what -we're Irnre for and your promise to pay a little money weekly or monthly will buy all the furniture and carpel you need. "We give ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 11 October 1894

THE WASHING-TOIS TIMES, THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 11, 1894. ? F You liad a FALL OVERCOAT ou'd Ijc wearing it now. Let US supply you with one. We have a clioicc line of them. All styles, all lengths, all colors, and all prices-7 from $10 to $35, and they'll FIT, too. The $10 ones as well as the higher grades. Sec the non-shrinhablc, natural wool Underwear wc arc offering at $1 per garment, and you'll buy it, sure, for it's being sold all over town at $1.50 and $1.62. Other grades at lower and hiqher prices, hut all of them for less than others ash for same qualities. Robinson, Gheru$ Go,, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Twelfth and F Streets. The Washington Steam Cleaning q and Dyeing orks. 809 E ST. N. W AND COS lira ST. NW. Altering and Repairing a Specialty. X W faults bcouroa ana i'ressea. i. w I CJAEGER. A 0 Goods called for and Delivered Free of V 1 Charge. S,tu,th-3t A ?&i2W&ixgs:ttJittzi9 $15 Regent Cutaways, Jfo man who desires his "good.hard dollars" to go a long Tray can affor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 October 1894

t ;pg5"VT' 4$ - TIM VOL.1. mO. 20S, WASHINGTON D. 0., FRIDAY MORITIM'Q-,- OCTOBER 12, 1894 SIX PAG-ES. OXE CENT. . 4 Sft. $fr i?V"fe fTStf" H & PI Itn a THEIR TALISMAN A CROSS Bishop Paret Eloquently Exhorts the Brotherhood of St. Andrew. CONVENTION FORMALLY OPENED Welcoming Addresses by Commissioner Boss 1 1 end Eev. B. H. McKim Section Boports Snlimitted Officers Elected byAcclama mstioa The Eeport of tho ConnciL International in its scope and character, yot strongly emphasizing the individuality of purpose and work of its members, the Broth erhood of St. Andrew has gone steadily for ward, gaining one vantage point aftor an otbor in tho conflict against unrighteousness, ana now stands just beneath the mountain peat of victory. Byroports of work rendered at the flrst ses sion of the ninth annual convention in Met zerott Hall yesterday tho fact is plain that tho past twelve months has been a ponod of un alloyed success in the ohapters of the organi zation. And the prospect for f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 October 1894

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. IEIR ARREST IS ORDERED Twcntv-cifllit Members of the Fifth Battalion in Disgrace. ! MAJOR SUESS TAKES ACTION He "Warned Those Who Failed to Attend Drills That They "Would Bo Apprehended and Dragged Through tho Streets like Common Culprits He Was in Earnest. Twenty-eight of "Washington's citizen sol diers, "the flower of her youth,"" -wont to sleep last night In blissful ignoranco ol tho fa-t that to-day they are likoly "to be dragged through the streets like common culprits." A bquad ot militiamen accompanied by poiif enien armed with warrants lor the arrest ot these bold soldier boys, will sally forth from the Center Market Armory and proceed, as in war-time days, to lay hold of the ones wanted, whether Jound in the marts of oom merce or in tho parlor making eyes at their Guineveres. Resistance will bo useless and they will bo commanded to "fall in" and guarded by the Bjuad aided by the "finest" they will be marched through the publi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TlSlES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1S94. FIVE FIRST CHOICES WOH Alexander Island Talent Had ThinflS AH One Way Yesterday. SECOND FAYOKITBS DID WELL Bootmakers OWipod le Pay Out on Both Winning and Haoed Horses, Thereby Ee dncine the Size of Their Bask Bolls Monte Carlo Ban Away ana Was Drawn. Five favorites woa off tfce rod yesterday at the Alexander Idaod coarse, while five sec ond choices finished ia second place, thereby r Aing it a red letter day for the talent. The f Lisii in tlie third race -wae sensational, as r ne de Leoa, Mattie Chun, aad Tommy Tr phy flatsbed sbort beade apart ia the trr named. Jockey Slack rode another grand stand flnish oa Grand Prix Mid came -ivitluu an aoeof being beaten outby Emily W. Iho atteadaaee -was fair aad the betting r. -"live. WhHe the tack was not heavy It was 1 11 mg wd the time made was not fast. V,otp Carlo twice made the circuit of the La k 'hile the horses wore at the poet ia the L v-nh race aad wee drawfn. SamnMiries-. How the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 October 1894

T""TO"2JI MMWv,Mr2"s ' 'vuW &tf TwytffFf ftfgftf-jn-ws SSnggW'Sr-?' THE WASHINGTON TIMES, EBTDAT, OCTOBER 12, 1894. The Washington Times (ETXKT DAT IN THE YEAR OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TLUES BUILDING, EounnvDsr Corner 1'enxsyltania avenue and Tenth Street, Telephone Editorial Rooms, 4S5. Business Offlco, 33?. Wrice, Dally Edition One Cent. Sunday Edition ......Throo Cents. fly the month ..Tnirty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, OCTOBER 12, 1S9L 14,817. The daily average number of papers sold and printed by THE WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September was 14,817. A Hccommendation to Dc Proud Of. Washington, D. C, September 12, 1894. tin. A. Maurice Low, Business Manager of The "Washington Times. Deab Sib: I take pleasure in informing you that at the lust mooting of this Federation our members -were requested to carefully read the advertising columns of The Times every day and to patronize as much as possible those merchants and others whoso advertisements ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 October 1894

THE WASIffiSTGrTOK TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 189. Shoes Given Away. Every day one 1 our customers is pn-sentod with a pair of shoes FREE 01 COST. In addition wo soil tor S2.65 Shoes which -will cost you $3.00 or 83.50 elsewhere. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladles' Button Shoes, sizes 1 to . -(which used to soil for $2.50 to 54.00), Only $1.50. . THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. VI. RICH. 919 F STREET, Of the HPT MIR Take Notice! Many of you aro about to refurnish the Bouse for Winter you need a now Parlor Suite and a Carpet and a lot of other things it is more than likoly that you would appreciate EASY PAYMENTS iu buying these articles that's what wo're here for and your promise to pay a little money weekly or monthly will buy all the furniture and carpets you need. We give CREDIT Simply As An Accommodation. "We take this method in preference to "discount" and other forms of so-called special sales." Our goods are marked down to bed-rock In the beginning and our credit price are cash ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 12 October 1894

1 . THE WASHIKGTO TIMES, EBIDAX, OCTOBER 12, 1894. Is buying Underwear now, and if you'll looh around and compare prices and qualities you'll buy yours HERE, for it is an established fact that ours is marked in some cases 50 and 60 per cent, less than any other store in town, Por instance," the identical same quality of non shrinkablc material Shirts and Drawers that E sell at $1.00 are offered elsewhere as a special drive at $1.62. All other qualities at proportionate saving to you. c don't have any Derby Hats at $2.50 for the reason that those usually sold at that price are not as good as our $2.00 grade. All shapes, same as in our $3-00 qual ity, which is the same as the agen cies act four and five dollars for. Robinson, Gheru X Go., Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. We will do your watch repair ing as it should be done, and we Won't charge enormous prices for doing it. We give personal attention to every watch. Watches insured ForS2 a Year. Geo. W. Spier, 310 9t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 October 1894

i "B-, sjw' -I'-v -Srv--i rvrt '.'- -' i3t -vftttft& -w t,r fr--9-t-t- a-3 nn iHric TOL.l. O. 209. WASEnoTOTCXsr, d. c, Saturday hornthgi-, October 13, isoa six pag-es. OE CENT. 3IAJ. OTTO SOESS. "COMMON CULPRITS" THEY fifth Battalion Members Arrested and Talieh to the Armory. TOOK IT WITH GOOD GRACE Squads of Soldier Boys Euntinp for Delin quent Comrades Kept the Town Alive Last 2Tight laughable Scenes at Headquarters Names of the Offenders. The town was alive last night with squads of soldier boys in uniform bunting for dere lict comrades -who had failed to read The Turns of yestordny nnd learn what they were to expect if they did not report promptly for drill at the Fifth Battalion Armory. Provided with the papers for arrest, a oopy of which was yesterday published exclusively by The Times, the squads marched out, about 70 p. m., to brine in tho following list who had not reported: Privates C. C. Barton, Frank Bright, CadyBurton, Clommer, Demet, Frain, Holmes, Murcercn, Matti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1S94. DOZEN HUNDRED PRESENT Gratifying Success of the Brotherhood of St Andrew Convention. LOUISVILLE THE NEXT PLACE Methods and Possibilities of Boys' "Work Dis cussedBishop Potter's Address on "The City and the Nation" Parkhnrst's Name Cheered Three Splendid Speeches. Beoognizing the value ot work by boys nmons: boys, the Brotherhood of St. Andrew has porfocted tho organisation of a boys' de partment, and evory effort has been put forth to train tho youthful minds in Biblical study and Christian work. Boys' committees are engaged in enlisting tho sympathy and co-operation of rectors and members of sonior chapters. That theso efforts have been successful was shown by re ports submitted yesterday to the Brotherhood convention. The sessions yesterday were the most inter esting of the convontion, and included an el oquent address by Bishop Totter, of New York city; a general conference on "What tho WM. M .D CABELL, -ciergy expect from tho Br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 October 1894

TKE n a-EBliftCrOil '0.13IES, SATTJBDAY, OCTOBEIt 13. 1S94. SUCK OYERTAKEfi BY FATE Had His Mount Disqualified For Foul ing ia the Third Race. THREE FAVORITES WERE FIRST Pilgrim "Was Made an Odds-on Pavorito and "Wen, bat Jockey Slack's Bad Biding- Re sulted in the Horso Bing Set Back and the Eider lined The Details. boat the most exciting feature attandlng ! . j ,.r .-. t., j tho raciaryeetoNtevMttha Alexander island track was the ridiae of Jockey Slack In the if? -L !. ., -,it Tfc IUUU 1MB nan tm wuuuu v. w . young man bad the mount on rilgrim. a to ' 5 choieo, nsd turntafr Into the main stretch P-lpriin bad a comfortable lead dear of the others. Stask, instead of going on about bis business, took tilings osy and Poster sbot Lyceum tip on tbe inside rail. Slack bore oer on Lyceum nnd prevented Fostar from getting through, Pilgrim flnisbinjr winner by a bead. Porter's claim of foul was promptly allowed and rilgrim disqualified. Slack was fined cie for bis work. Three favorites and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 October 1894

4 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13,' 1894. The Washington Times iEVKEY DAT Ui THE TEJISi OWNED AND ISSUED BY The WasMnnton Times Company TIMES BUILDING, SOUTHWEST COEKT.R l'ENKSTLVAMA ATXNC AKD TKTH STBEET. Telephone Editorial Booms, 4SG. Business OXace, 337. Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sundny Edition". Threo Cents. Jly tho month... Thlrty-0ve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. O., OCTOBER 13, 1S9L The daily average number of papers sold and printed by TEE "WASHINGTON TIMES for the month of September -was r Recommendations to Be Proud Of. VTASHntGTo;,-, D. C, September 12, 1891. iln. A- Matjkice Low, Business Mannger of The "WAsniyaToit Times. Deah Sin: I take pleasure in informing yon that at the last meotinj? or this Federation our members -were requested to carefully read the advertising columns of The Times every dny and to patronize as much as possible those merchants and others whoso advertisements appear in The Times. Our members were also requests to secure in everyway possib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 189. Everyday one of our customers is presented with a pair of shoes FREE OF COST. la addition we cell for $2.65 Shoes which wlU cost you $a00 or $3.60 elsowhero. Extraordinary Bargains To-day Ladles' Button Shoes, sixes 1 to 8JJ, (which used to sell for 12.50 to J4.00), Only $1.50. THE WARREN SHOE ROUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, --d--0-O--O-i)-S I I ? fl f WE WILL GIVE A PAIR OF FIXE ty I Kid Gloves To tb holder of tho picture (Tho I Morning Meal) given away with Tije I &CXDA.T times, tho number ot tho picture ted will le announced in Monday's issue. WATCH FOR IT. 9 For the choice of X 1,000 Colored Cash- f mere Caps, Silk fin- 1 ished, full Pompon of 9 same goods, and trim- X med with Nutria Fur. Full wide strings. To ? v f fit children from 6 9 months to 3 years. J Now bring the Baby 9 and get him fitted. v 39c. for a Cap that is 9 worth double the X V price is an opportu- f nity that don't happen often. 9 mnhiih 9. Di-A 9 ? Lail...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 13 October 1894

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUBDAT, OCTOBER 13, 189. We Have A new style of our famous S3. 00 Derby Hat on sale this morning. It's a flat top crown, with a curved D'Orsev brim. A very swell shape. Thcv arc in both blach and brown, with a variety of widths of brim and heights of crown; so that it vail he becoming to most everybody. If you see them you'll want one sure. Don't overlook that Tall Suit and Overcoat for yourself, the new Clothes for the boys and the Under wear and Furnishings for both of you to-day. You can get them all HERE to better advantage than anywhere else in town, so put US on your memorandum for to-day. We guarantee you satisfaction. Robinson, Gheru X Co,, Clothes, Hats, Furnishings, Twelfth and F Streets. Opening Announcement! The Cochran !4th and K Sts. N. W. If open for transient and permanent guaate. The owner assures tho nubile ft "will remain jtannanenUy opou all the year, and be conducted on ctrtcUy flrsF daee Haas in every imrticular. For diagrams of rooms an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 14 October 1894

WWfWM&KjWW-.M' sump. mmmmmmpu ''- ''wa1' VOL. 1. 30. 210. W ASHES GtTOjn", !D. O., SU2S DAY MOEMa, OCTOBER li, 1S94 TWELVE PAGES WITH ATtT SUPPLEMENT. THKJEE CENTS. "Twr ;'T3JT-7gr TIMES IMPERILED BY DEMOCRACY That Party in Control Retards the Country's Prosperity. EX-SPEAKER REED ARRAIGNS IT Business Interests Laboring Under the Broad of Uncertainty Further Manipulation of the Tariff Threatened A Eepublican House Would Mean Rest for Several Years. New York, Oat 13. Barely, If ever, has there been a ratification meeting of sueh c:a'nltud', in New York as that which assem- t.el m and about Cooper Union this evening to hear the speech of ex-Speaker Thomas B. Ke'-l. ..I Maine. Tie d( monstration was under the auspices of the reguiar Republican organisation of the city and c. jnty of Now York aad the results surpassed their most sanguine expectations. lot ol y was ovary oorridor and aislo in the fc-J -r wded by 7:30 o'clock but the ojten e um in j'ront of Cooper Union was filled asi...

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