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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 30 May 1894

--efiipiSgs yja THE WASHTITGrTOK TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. 1894. THE MEN Who are particular in re gard to tlieir dress are hard to suit, and who want the latest style, as well as perfect-fitting garments, are the ones we want to see. THEY'LL APPRECIATE the style, finish, and fit of OUR immense stock of well made, fashionable garments at prices as low as others ask for the ordinary grades. Stop in to-day and see what good clothes you can buy here for a small price, and if you are not suited don't buy. You won't be urged to. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. CLOSE AT GRAVESEND. John Cooper Defeated Henry of Navarre, Dobbins, and Other Good Ones. New Yoke, May 29. The attendance at the GraTesend track to-day was by no means as good as the attractive card warranted, as there wero not more than G,000 persons present -when the bugle called the horses to the post for the first race on the last day of the Spring mooting of tho Brooklyn Jockey Club. The rich Kort Hamilton handicap...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 May 1894

?Wjfa55gsS5S5 THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. XO. 75. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1894. ONE CENT. i-v5p rV IN HONOR OF DEAD HEROES Impressive Ceremonies Held at AH of tlic Local Cemeteries. NOTABLE I'EKSONS PARTICIPATE Hundreds of Patriotic Citizens Turn Out to Celobrato the ' Holiday Unfavorable Weather Docs Hot Disarrange Any of tie Frograinmo Services at Vanons Places. Althouch tho wenthor yesterday -was chilly and tbo utmosphero far from ilehslitlul, It did cot prevent Immense throngs of jeopIo from turning out to honor tho day. The greater portion of thosu who celebrated wendcu tneir footstep toward tho cemeteries whero tho greitcst inteivst was centered. All daj long boat lo.ids of persons steamed down tho river to enjoy the many pleasures on its picturesque banks, others drove out to tho more socluded country picnic spots whero thej could enjoy one daj outsidoof a busy, bustling dty. In addition to tho patriotic cnthnoiam which drew tho largo majority of tho peop...

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

TT. ipsfwjftvattjjr sfrfr-'-iS'- 3gSflffPl?! ?3?B(SSgfSi THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THUESDAT, MATT 31, 1894. The Washington Times (Eteht D at im ihb Tub) OWNED AXD ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDpra, Coram Eleventh axd E Stbxxts Nobthwist; Bcsrexss Office, 431 Eleventh Sieixt H. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, 337-2. Tilco, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ..... .Three Cents. By the month Thirty-Ore Cents. WASHINGTON. D. 0.. MAT 31, 18M. The Times collector .calls to-day. "Why sot leave the change home and save him another call! Tho Weather To-day. District of Columbia, unsettled weather with shower will continue to-night and dur ing the greater part of Thursday cooler; east to north winds. Virginia, showers; cooler in eastern portion; winds shifting to west. e TODEE THE HOSES AND LIILIES. If, as the Northern poets, the worshippers of Odin and Thor, imagined, "the brave who in battle die," continue the conflict in "the fields of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 31 May 1894

TTaf-TTwi rtx tt Hf58fSR335 5538553 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, UU 31, 1894. ft We Name Three Special Bargains To-day, Ladles' til Kuost Oxfords, all sixes. Only $1.19. Ladles' JiSO Bright Dongola Patent Tip Ox. torts, all sixes. Only $1.39. . Ladles' $3.03 (Uand-sowod Turns) Russia Calf Sluihsr Oxfords, all sizes. Only $1.49. TUOUSANDS OF OTHER SPECIAL BAKGA1NS DURING THIS SALE AT wf h THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. VJ. RICH. 919 F STREET. Remember number, as we havo no branch Horn. We can9!: give too much comfort, MyU. votk, and guod leather l tiat Wilson SSJO Shot. WoAi rather ghoycu $.". Trorth any day than buo a br.d piecoof leather cr slbachy vrork enter a single pair cf thus 1X.W S2003. Pat your feot into a x-air of those WILSON $3.50 SHOES. 9 . VILd' Locnialiir for Tender Feet, 929 F Street. We Make a GOOD UMBRELLA Out Df a bid one when trn impair and recover It 'i he eatWfaillon ot listing a Itiliu; !.rac wril anJ rig., i nlnsjH uu.-oy.Mi by any on who piirr.ulzesuur repat...

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

S?Spl THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THT7BSDAT, MAT 31. 1894. THE Commencement season is very near, and every parent likes to have their Boys look well on that day, and if you leave the clothes question to us we'll guaran tee that your Boy will be as well or better dressed than any of his classmates, and it won't cost you a fortune, either. Come in any time it suits you and see what we have in Boy's and Chil dren's garments. Styles and patterns enough to suit everybody, and better clothes for the money than 3'ou'll get anywhere else. We'll prove it to your en tire satisfaction, or we don't want your money. Robinson, Ghery & Go., Twelfth and F Streets, "WON BY THE ACME. Annual Racing Contest of tlie Capital Yacht Club Was Interesting. Tho annual racing contest between the several boats belonging to tho Capital Yacht Club, for tho prize silver cup, took place yesterday and was won by tho sloop yacht Acmo, which Btarted ten minutes after tho other yachts. Seven boats started out, but the Sp...

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

!E-P5?35-4ll v-jiwi .-tivr - kx wgmw&mffi ';:??" sj " - ' "V .-. THE WASHINGTON TIMES i TOL.i. :nx. 7. WASHINGTON, B. C, FRIDAY MOBNING, JUNE 1, 1894. ONE CENT. s75ffi35 FLOODED OUT OF HOME Heavy Damage to Property in the Colorado Region. PUEBLO IN A STATE 01' TERROR Breaks In the Lovees Submerge Valuablo City Ground A Swift Torrent Buns Through the Streets and the Bailroadi Aro Tiod Up Few Lives lost Pcello, Colo., Mny 31. -rueblo was -visited East night bytho worst flood in Its history. Several thousand peoplo wore rendered home less nnd property wiis damaged to the amount of tSOO.OOO, although It is impossible at this time to estimato the exact loss. Tour breaks in tho levco on tho north sldo and two on tho south side have floodod the region between Eighth street and the river on tho west on a ztszag course, thence to Fourth and Main, Second and Santa Fo and every thing south of and including First street. On the south side tho flooded area extends from West Tourth street bnd...

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

i r-rw-irKppe: mtrrfagsyiim'Mf THE TTASHDtfGrTON TIMES. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1894. The Washington Times (Eveut Day ct the Yeib) OWNED ANT) ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, COkNZC ELEVENTH AD E STEEXTS NOKTOWKST. Business Office, 431 EnrEsra Stiver N. W. Tolcphone Editorial Rooms, 337-3 Business Office, 237-2. Frice,Eally Edition ... OneCent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By too month Thirt).flvo Coats. Hp dp E$apnrjiciLfo WASHINGTON. D. C, JUNE 1. 1894. Tha Times collector calls to-day. Why not leave the change home and save him another call! The Weather To-do J . Tho District of Columbia, generally fair; west Triads. Virginia, fair, preceded by showers on tho coast In tho early morning; winner In western portion; northwest winds. ODIOUS DESIGNATIONS. Mr. R. 0. 0 Benjamin's letter in yesterday's Times very justly and pertinently criticised tho use of words in our news columns which convey an odious designation of a person of African descent. That this is tho...

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

Sv'?CV-.-4Vr""--f&'' favKt"ggiJ77: i THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FEIDAY, .TTXNE 1, 1894. Ii lame Tl-ree Special Bargains To-day, Ladlos' S100 Russet Oxfords, all sizes, Only $1.,!9. Ladls'$-00 Bright Donjola Patent Tip Ox ford acJl sizes. Only $1.39, Lsdlcs' $3.00 (Hand-sewed Turns) Russia Calf Eluchcr Oxfords, all sizes. Only $1.49. T. .XSAND' 'J? GTIiEK fsTECIAL BARGAINS US, HINT. THIS SALE AT THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH, 919 F STREET. Ilomombcr number, ag we Lave no branch Columbia Park. Tho Gem of Washington Suburbs. Only 15 minutes from the city. For 10 days you can get alot, 2jx:00 foet,tro:n 25 to $50. Office OUT it a- RESTAURANT, 1200 E St. Northwest. Lurches from 11.30 to 2. Columbia Park. jn , of WnsWnstin Fuburb. Only 15 i rs or;i te city. For 30 days you can get a., i3-HXlfeeMru:airito5a Offlce C23 F bl. X.V. NEW YORK BUFFET"! 405 rcsTU sriuxr northwest. 3n-o Dv. C. S. HODGSON. il(.iisle Z'l Pharmacist, . rth Copltil mid I Stroo's X. E. I'ui o Di-urs and Mcdli'Iuos...

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

"SpS"7 gjgj.fv5 - jv i THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FIJI DAT, JUNE 1. 1894. A Shirt for a Song There are about six hun dred Men's and Boys' Fancy Stiff Bosom and Negligee Shirts in our furnishing de partment that you can buy TO-DAY and TO-MORROW at LESS than the COST of the MATERIAL. All broken lots of Madras, Cheviot, Percale, and other fancy shirts that fornnty sold for $i, $1.25, $1.50, 2, $2.50, and $3.00 are on sep arate tables and are to be sold TO-DAY- and TO MORROW at 21c, 49c, 79c, 98c, $1.12, and $1.19. Some of them were brought over from last sea son, some are odd sizes of this season's best sellers, and some are lines that we are going to discontinue. There are all sizes and all sleeve lengths in the lot, and they were ALL GOOD VALUES at THE ORIGI NAL PRICES. Come in early and get first pick. Robinson, Ghenj It Go., Twelfth and F Streets. We can't give too much comfort, Stylo, wort, and good leather in that Wilson $-150 Shoe. "We'd rather give you $5 worth any day than hayo a b...

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

T3Sst&tZg?i&!XiS?&2&Z''. THE WASHINGTON TIMES L i VOL. 1. 2n"0. 77. WASmSTGTOISr, D. C, SATURDAY MORNESTCr, JUNE 2, 1894. OjS"E CENT. 't -at-T vx k OREGON'S AWFUL FLOOD Fears That the Worst is Yet to Come from the Columbia. MANY FACTORIES INUNDATED Tho Salmon Packing Industry Almost An nihilated Tho Eiver a Foot Higher Than Ever Known Boforo Crops Enined and Houses Washed Away. Portland. Ore., Juno 1. Tho flood In tho Columbia continues to increase, and tho indi cations are that thewor-t is jet to como. Yestorday tho Upper Columbia at Eovoral points was at a standstill, but reports to-night show that tho rier is again rising about ono foot in twentv-four hours. Tho river is moro than a foot higher thau over before known and damago will bo immense. Tho fertile bottom lands along tho river from tho Rooky mountains to tho sea, a dis tance of 000 miles, aro all inundated. Crops nre rulnod, houses washed away and stock drowned. Tho flood has como gradually, which has gi e...

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

- " 'yvtrz? &?p$ " Rrn,BHV3R? w''Wf 'i'Wvi-? ? v?3PSRi: XT 'THE WASHTffGrTCH-r TTMEQ. SATTJBDAT, JUNE 2, 1894. frSMfSJgMEWi The Washington Times (ETIET DAT IN Tnz Yue) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company TIMES BUILDING, Coutzn Elitsxtb AhD Streets NOSTinnsT. Bustxzss Office, 431 Euevexth Steer N. W. T.lephone Editorial Rooms, 337-3 Business Office, 337-2. rrlcs. Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By the month Thirtj-flTe Cents. TftApE$aO"0Ncftj WASHINGTON, D. 0., JUNE 2, 1891. The Wcnthcr To-day. For the District of Columbia: Fair, slightly warmer; northwest wlnd,beeomlng west. For Virginia: Generally fair;sligbtly warmer; west winds. . . OH, BUQAK! It seems that the Senate committee exam ining Into the saccharine schedule, and the interference therein by the sugar trust, is tired of trying to Veep a secret, and will, as fast as the copy can be prepared, have it printed. Secretary Carlisle made some important ad missions yesterday, bu...

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

"Tiri&Ts K5WS&--- ."'-$ - i X .,;? $ THE WASmNGTO" -TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1894. We Name Tiir Special Bargains To-day. Ladioa' f2 00 Russet Oxfords, nil si7, Only $1.19. Ladles' $2 50 Bright Dongola Tateat Tip Ox ford!, all sizes. Only $1,39. Ladles' 13.00 (Hand-sowed Turns) Russia Calf Blucher Oxfords, all slzos. ' Only $1.49. THOUSANDS OF OTOER SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING THIS SALE AT Andnurl rnluCoi THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET. ncraombor number, as wo havo no branch tore. Columbia Park. Tho Gem of Wellington Suburbs Only 15 minutes from tlio city. Tor 10 days you can get a lot, 25x100 feet, from $3 lo 150. Office 623 F RESTAURANT, 1200 E St. Northwest. Lunches from 11.30 to 2. Columbia Park. Tho e: f Wn hlngton Suburbs. Onlr 15 immitPrifuni iliscity. For 30 days you can get al t LliO Rot. froin$25 to $50. Offlco U5J F fat nw NEW YORK BUFFET, a. TEN I'll -STltELT NORTH Vt ET 3mo Dr. C. S. HODGSON, ne!stored Pharmacist, VirtU CTtltol and I btreen X E. Tu...

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

-"i new AWftwaww ' m THE WASHINGrTOTST TOIES. SATURDAY, JUNE 2. 1894. We can't give too much comfort, Stylo, wort, and good leather In that Wilson L&0 Shoo. WVd rather cive you S3 worth any day than bar a bad piece of leathor or slouchy work onter a olncle pair of ihoso $3LC0 Shoes. Put j our feet Into a pair of thoso WILSON $3.50 SHOES. WILSON, "Shoemaker forTonder Feet," 929 F Street. RAPID GUN FIRING. Records of a umbcr of Deadly Warfare .Material -Made at Sandj Hook. Sandy llooc, ? J , Juno 1 An Important test of rapid flro puns was mado to-day at tho Sandy Hook proving grounds. Four six-pound ers, tho Iripgs-S.broeder, Sponsol, llotchUss, and Mixim-NordenfUt, wero competitively tested for rapidity of firo during periods of flAe seconds, ouo minute, and three minutes, and for tho time iwjulrod to lira the tfi n, renuno and replace the b-eech mechanism, and tiro npain. The t-iabur gun, nhkh had been mounted in preparation for th's trial, vould not be usod as certain or it pir...

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

-J", V"?'5'' "i ' "-ir-- - 'Si -Vi PPJ? V75?ir-S sr-aS-?Hk"7v f n '"- ""T"? 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES ii ! TOIj. 1. IStO. 78. WASHIKGrTOK, D. C, SUNDAY MOKNTNG, JUNE 3, 1894. THREE CEXTS. '$ 1. STATE TROOPS ORDERED OUT Indiana's Militia Go to the Scene of Riotous iMincrs. STRIKERS UGLY AND DEFIANT Bloodshed is Feared, as the Kiners Are Well Araed and Seem to Bo Unawed and TJn tcrrifled at the Approach of tho Troops A Fight Seems Almost Inevitable. Indian vroLis, Ind., Juno 2. riftocn com panies of the stato militia's infantry and troop of nrtllleyrraeu, with gatllng guns, hate gone to Cannellburg anil Shelburn.to suppress tho rioting of tho striking coal miners. Tour Indianapolis companies of artillery and one company from Anderson, under tho command of Adjutant General llobbins, left here at 7 o'clock to-night for Cauncllburg. They will bo joiool at Seymour by olhor companies. Tho strikers are defiant and trouble is anticipated. At Shelburn tho situ ation Is serious. The sheriff attem...

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

giya-g?2,4' iO THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY. JUNE 3. 1894. -- feffiT-i'f'5S!'-5j'5S" "?' -3P"Sge 1RET CAME AND WAS HIT vnutors Have No Difficulty la Solv ing His Delivery. ' 'iSNGS LIVELY IN THE FIFTH " -"".ion tbo Home Team Scored Five Bam on Th'ico Singles, a Double and a Triple. 2k Teams Fielded Loosely Hany Close Decisions by the Umpire. Itcsnlts of Yesterday's Games. Beookltn, l; Chicago, 0. New Yoke, 2; St. Louis rain. Baltimore, IS; CmasuxTu . Boston, 11; Cleveland, 10. PniLiiiELrni, 11; Loris villi, 0. WAsnrxarov.'ll; Pittsbubo, t. The Championship Record. W. L. Frt.1 W. U Pet Baltimore.. 19 3 679 New York.. 16 17 485 Cleveland.. 20 10 CC7 St Louis.... 18 ID 471 Pittsburg.. 2 11 6C7iCluctunatl 11 19 Sb7 PMJa'phla 20 10 OCT Louisville.. 10 21 S3 Bo3ton. 21 12 6.M Chicago.... 10 22 313 Brooklyn... 17 15 53lWash'ton... 8 26 233 TWO OUT or THREE. Senators Win tho Scries from tho Pitts burg Slnsccrs. And then came Ehret! lie was as red-headed as ever, and his face T7S3 as red as ...

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

rrr,'" "-" sis-?wF:pSP ivjr ly, ?"- V THE -WASHTN-GTON TIMES, SUNDAY,. JUNE 3, 1894. 8 ,THE IRISH INYINCIBLES I'urthcomina lor of F. J. P. Tynan, Known as No. 1. REVOLUTION AND FARXELUSJ1 Startling Disclosures Many Prominent Sen ators Said to Be Implicated in the Conspir acy He Denounces tho Parnelhte Parlia ricntary Party as Mero Provincialiiti. New Yonu, Juno 2. Tho Associated Press 4his obtained advance proofs of the sensa tional book upon Irish affairs, written by P. J. 1'. Tjnan. the Irish Invincible, more gen erally Luown as "Number One." Tho boot referred to is entitled "The Irish National In ducibles and Their Tiraos." nnd its apparent purpose is to establish beyond a doubt tho connection of the "Inviucibles" with the Irish path imentary party. On the other hand, it is ns3ertod by some Irishmen tbnt Mr. Tynan's book was written in order to further the campaign of Lord Sal isbury and the Tory party, and that it is sim tfkf campaign literature from tho Conserva tive camp. In f...

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

--fi .1, 3M'-"i, ,F&?3&Tr&5$gG$ THE WASHINGTON TIMES, STTNDAY, JUNE 3, 1S94. The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IS TOE TEAK) OWNED AND ISSUED BV The Wasliington Times Publishing' Company TIMES BCILDIXO, COEXFR EUtVEfnt 1X3 E STREETS NOKTHWIST. Business OrnCE, 431 Eleventh Street N. W. Telophono Editorial Rooms, 337-3. Business Office, SST-2. I rice, Daily Edition OnoCent. Sunday Editloa Throe Cents. By the month Thirty-flve Coats. WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 3, 1894. The Weather To-day. For Virginia, fair till Monday night; warmer; St winds. District ol Columbia, fair and firmer till Monday night; west winds, bo coming variable. THEY BACK WATER. Tlie pressing and Imperative need of ft paper about the slue and ability of The Time has never been so well exemplified as within tho last forty-eight hours. On June 1 tbo Com tnl'sloncrs issued the infamous order that from and after Jnno II unskilled laborers in lie employ of the Dlntrict would rocelvo but il per dny. This order was pub...

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

" aVK!W5Sj.V?. sr-J?!rK&? t-rs f?" r f THE "WASHINGTON" TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE ,3. 1894. .7 -v f PIERCE'S. SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1894. Not One Dollar's Worth Reserved! Everything In our Superb Stock of DEPENDABLE DRY GOODS AND LADIES' FURNISHINGS U for sale for one f or alll Don't wan't a penny's worth of roods left on our bands when this sale's over. Mutes no difference how mucb we lose! Time Is the power that urges us on to Immense sacrifices in order that we mar the sooner engage actively in our other business. y. .. PIEUCE & CO. will never sell another Inch of Dress Material after this Farewell Sale has come to an end. Hence, we're not worrying over future prices, and have cut present ones to Cost, or Below, In order to tell out aa quickly as possible. Next week our store will be crowded with the Biggest, Rarest, and Best Values Erer offered la tho history or trade. There will be earlr BcmmblUwr for som of them most of them hot there's a whole store fall of bargains here, and the...

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

r-v v W"ft - Kmi rsjfj THE WASHEtS'GrTOiN' TIMES, SUNDAY, JJTNTi 3, !. BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL John P. Ytaggaman Secures Options on Valuable Suburban Property. BOSTON CAPITAL INTERESTED Tho Sum of $5,000,000 or More Involved Is the Transaction Improvements to b Added That Will Cause Large Expendi tnrei of Honey to All Classes of labor. John F. Wafrgaman has nearly completed his largo deal in suburban real estate in the extreme northwest suburban part ol the Dis trict. This transaction involves all that part of the section spoVen of laying between Mas sachusetts avenue extended, the Woodley road, the "Zoo" Park and the Tennallytown road. There are 400 acres of ground included in the proposed transfor, and tho estimated cost of the same will not fall short of 82,000,000. Mr. TTaggaman is now in Boston for the purpose of completing tho arrangements necessary to close tho big deaL It Is known that all the owners of property In the territory mentioned hae given options on their holdings, an...

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

''r''? mpfs-" jpHw?!! ;P THE WASHUJGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 3v 1894. ? Laij Sermons for Sunday Reading It Js well to understand tho reasons of things. Tbe Presbyterian Assembly has thrown out of Its ait of true orthodoxy Pro ' s-or Smith, a goo J man, a wise man, a God 0.1:10;; mnn. nn honest and tlncero man, a brave and self-reliant man. He was professor o' Ilubrtw; his study was tho .Hebrew Bible, tho "CM T-stament." Being an ardent Amer ican exoicr, ho endeavored to navigate the difficult ktrejiu of translation and transcrip tion, v.itli its shoals of doubt and rocks of in ter oisiiou, to llnd the original spring or fountain from which the stream took its rise, and failed. He announced his allure. He glm'.'y admitted the inspiration of God in tho lotrt and mind of the writer of tho many bo. k :is that s;irlt ho could feel and know, Vut luo iu' rraney of word and phrase, the un ui'ofn hi eruee that every translator from our luuguugo to anotner could nae Deea in spued with Hie sumo...

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