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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 June 1894

ITi w ?J, y tp VfiJ, THE "WASBZNGTOT-T TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 21. 1894. ' 4 -mmmm HERE Are some specially inter esting items from our Fur nishings Department Men's imported, fast color, fancy sox, regular 50c. quality at 25c. per pair. NILE GREEN French balbriggan underwear, FAST COLOR, at 50c. per garment, all sizes. Some Negligee Shirts, mostly large sizes, at 63c and 79c, former prices $1.25 to $3.00. AIL silk, club house string ties 25c and the finest as sortment of 50c. neckwear in the world. The small lots sale of Men's Suits at $8.50 for all that formerly sold from $10 to $18, and at $12.50 for those that were from $20 to $30, is creat ing a furore. Many men buy two or three suits for future use, for they realize that such a chance won't occur again to buy the products of such re nowned firms as Rogers, Peet S: Co. and Brokaw Bros, for less money than the trash sold elsewhere. Come in to-day, it will pay you. Robinson, Ghenjifr Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. Cook On a Gas Rane an...

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

i :-.-- XT' THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1894. ONE CENT. VOL.1. jSTO. 97. -'J3yt" BUTLER'S MUSTARD PLASTER Tillman Says He iMcans to Keep It to His Hack Right Along. PALMETTO POLITICS RED HOT South Carolina's Governor Bcsponds in Kind to tho Senior Senator's Attack Upon Him. Great Excitement in tho Crowd, and Two or Three Bows Imminent. Citaklestov, S. C., Juno 2L Tbe campaign meeting at Lancaster to-day was not unaccom panied by porao excitement, although it was not as lively as had teen eapected in view of yes terday s occurrences at Cheater. The guberna torial and degression il candidates had tho opening and wero followed by Senator Butler aDd Governor Tillman. Uutlermade an excel lent bpeecn, defending his cause In the Senate and expressing regret that he had been com pelled to reply to Tillman's charges In tho eplrlt ho had employed at Chester Uo insisted that he -would not permit anyono to slander and misrepresent him, and that ho would discu...

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

rrsw frHE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAY." JUNE 22. 1894. The Washington Times (Evert Dt is tub Ttiiti OWXKD AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDIKa, CORKl'R ELtTEml AND E STREETS NORTHWEST BcsiNKsa Office, l Eleventh Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Basinets Office, S3T-2. Price, Daily Edition OneCent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By tho month Thirty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C, JUNE 22, IBM. Weather Forecast. For the District of Columbia and Virginia, generally lair; variable winds. ! A ciBTiis interesting dynamite scare leems to have exploded. A uiCTCLisT was run down by a train the other day. Turn about is fair play. i Goversob Hooo is to be invited to address Tammany this year. His name attracts Tam many. n Tni Republicans of California have ft sliver platform. It is yet to.be proven if it will be eostly to them. ii Toe United States Benate now takea-the title role in the Sleeping Beauty show of the nineteenth century. n Some men all their lives s...

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

ts5r55i'35i?:3ri'" . J.- "" -v - iigS! THE "WASHrnGTON TIMES, PBIDAT?, . JTOE 22, 1894. ';sfr..-w -a. i- it e 5PP i BITTER SpiNST MR. CLARK House Committee Angered by the Arch- ib itect's Refusal to Resign. WOULD ABOLISH THE OFFICE Official Action to Bo Taken Calling the Presi dent's Attention Anlmns of the Attack Said to Be Hi3 Tailnre to Oive Places to Congressmen's Constituents. r The warfare began by the House Commit tee on Ventilation and Acoustics, of which Mr. Shell is chnirmau, Rgalnst Architect Clark, of the Capitol building, is rapidly de veloping into a sensation. But the light promises to be a vigorous one on both sides. Mr. Clark has already refused to resign, and ha reiterated that refusal yesterday when questioned as to his plans In the matter. The difficulty is stated by Mr. Shell to be that Mr. Clark is insisting upon pursuing old faahioned methods'in the performance of the duties of his office, and that he had opposed Vigorously and unnecessarily the proposed plan ...

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

v-5??'5s"7i,ffsS TjfV v.- " . THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FBIDAY, JUNE 22. 1894; NEGLIGEE SHIRTS AT LESS than WHOLESALE PRICES. We, liave closed out the entire lines of three of the best negligee shirt makers, at prices which enable us to sell them at retail for LESS than the other dealers paid for them earlier in the season. They are the celebrated Eagle, Emory, and Eclipse brands, and here's the prices: Those that sold at wholesale at $io, $12, and $13.50 per dozen j-ou can have at 75c. each. Those that were $15, $16.50, and $18 per dozen are $1.00, and those that were $20, $21, $22.50, and $24 are $1.50 each. Soft, unlaun dered ones 63c and 98c each. They are all of the new est patterns and colorings, and are perfect fitting. See the window display of them and compare our prices with those asked by the other dealers for the same qualities and patterns, we'll save you nearly half. ALL sizes for MEN and BOYS. Let us sell you a white or striped serge or flannel suit We have the only compl...

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

HJTs! -;f- -g? L'iSC -"?, 2SS'tr " - Pf THE WASHINGTON TIMES ii VOL. 1. NO. 98. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY MOENIN&. JUNE 23. 1894. ONE CENT. INTO CLEVELAND'S FAT RIBS That's Where Tillman Says He Wants to Stick a Fitchfork l INCASEHEGOESTOTHESEXATE I Choice Campaign Literature Furnished by the Governor of South Carolina Butler Says His Antagonist Brings the Canvass to the Level of a Dog Fight. Charleston, S. C., June 22. The fifth series of campaign meetings was held at Camden to-day. Governor Tillman bad the opening and Snator Butler the closing. Tillman was very tame In ' his Introduction, but warmed up as he went along. He spoke of his unusual experience in this campaign and protested against the policy f conducting the meeting on the line of per sonal abuse. Speaking of the way he had re sponded at Lancaster to the attack made upon him by Senator Butler, ho said, "When I got to Lancaster I pulled off his shirt and lifted the hide and put Borne salt aud popper under It. We Ed...

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

.? -!aT, - j v ' 'SEXS Sg? fC1-' -r . i TOT! WASHtHGrTON- TIMES, SATURDAY. JUNE 23. 1894 KfS?7Sf The Washington Times fEVEET DAT IS THE TXIR) OWhED AXD ISS.UED Br The Washington Times Company TIMES BUIU5IXQ, COIU.ER FUnSNTH AND E STMJTS NORTHWEST. Business Ofhce, 431 Eleventh Street X W. Telephone Editorial Koonis, 337-S. Business Office, SS7-4 Price, Dally Edition OneCent Sunday Edition Three Cents. By tho month Thlrty-flvc Conts. WASHIXGTOK, D. C. JDNE 23, 18DL Weather Torccnst. Tor tho District of Columbia and Virginia generally fair, continued high temperature; south winds, with possible thunderstorms in tho afternoon or evening. Tue first week of Summer starts In as if It meant business. e Sesatob Harms eWdently wished to climb Senator Hill yesterday. - Diogenes would need our modem electrio nro light if ha should hunt New York now. It is -understood that the Summer com plaint has been raging in its most virulent form among the cuckoos. i Sevatok Hill's smooth dome of thought l...

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

-vsjw-jsrV-r' "'wwy: -es r r 1 THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES, SATUEDAX, JUNE 23, 1894. 3 ' UNIFORMITY 'IS IMPOSSIBLE House Committees Comment on the Present Assessment Law. TAXPAYERS JUSTLY AGGRIEVED Tavorablo Eeport en the Bill for Immediate Bevisioa and Equalirati on Demand for Equality in the Burdens To Postpone Col lections Until Next Year. Mr. Cobb, of Alabama, presented to the House yesterday tho report of the Committee on the District ou tbe bill proTldln? for tho Im mediate revision and equalization of real estate Talues in the District of Columbia wltn aeeral amendments. The report says: "The existing law relative to the mode of as esslnc for taxation the real property of tbe Dis trict ot Columbia is defective, and the attempts to improve it have produced widespread dis satisfaction and complaint Every effort to se cure uniformity iu assessments has fall!, and the taxpayers ol tne uisinciare jusujaBs"' at the Inequality In values as the same are re turned by the assessors. Two caus...

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

.- - j -- rf -" w -r'.. . . . i -hs?5s5RB ,J!WlSS(f,ptRiWW --VrtE fig-l f. THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 23. 1894. THE NEXT Thing, now that the schools have closed, is to get the boys ready for their outing, and of course that means new clothes of some sort. And j'ou want to come here for them, where you'll get the kind that will stand the hard knocks and rough treatment that a boy usually gives clothes. Sailor, Royal Middy, and Blouse Suits, in flannel, serge, and washable fabrics, from $1.50 to $10. The correct st3'le for the sea shore, for the mountains, or the country. They will need a pair or two of cordu roy trousers and some shirt waists. Good corduroy trou sers at $1.00 and $1.50, and the biggest line of SHIRT WAISTS in town. All' GOOD ones, too, 25 C to $2.50. There's great picking in the men's suit sale at $8.50 and $12.50, and the neg ligee shirts at 75c, $1.00. and $1.50. Look them over to-day. Robinson, 'Ghenjlfc Go., Twelfth and F Streets. Ddxr pay f 100 foi: a...

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

tl -?33 t" THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. 1. oSTO. 09. WASfiEfGTO, D. C., SUNDAY MOKNDfG. JUKE 24. 3894. TJETREE CENTS. BABY FLORENCE'S PLUNGE Talal Accident to the Little Daughter of T. I)e C. Kaunclle. HEAD DOWNWARD PROM A PORCH Her Father's Appalling Discovery Ho Saw Her Fall, but Thought She Was a Neigh bor's Child Horror-Btruck When He Picked Her Up Died Shortly After. The house of W. DcC. Ravenelle, nt No. 181C Corcoran street, Is filled with grief. In the darkened parlor. In a tiny casket. Iic3 the body of Tlorenco Bavcnelle. the 6-year-old daughter of Mr. Bav cnelle. Tim little form is clothed In ft plain white shroud. Its last earthly apparel, and the trossos that cluster around tho pallid brow hido from view an uglv, Jagged cutntellins that death was duo to Moli ucc. 1 hu death of little Tlornnco was particu larly sad, and tho parents of the child can linrdh realize that she has passed out of their lives for eer. Mrs. nnvcncllois prostrated w.th crlef, and tho father with diffi...

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

f$r--r5Ff&8 r wtsjpi i&MifWi jsf "T THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1894. LUGKYBALDWINKEEPS ITUP For the Fourth Time He Captured the Rich American Derby. REY EL SANTA ANITA WON Thousands Saw the Valuable Stato Captured by a Forty to One Shot Domino and Senator Grady Were the Favorites, but tho Californlan Outran All the Cracks. Chicago, June 23. To-day lor the fourth timo slnoe tho American Derby was Inaugu rated tho black jacket, red JInltese cross, red red sash and cap of Lucky Baldwin were first under tho wire. His bay colt, Key El Santa Anita, 40 to 1 in the betting, -won tho race easily by six lengths in 2 .30, equaling tho best time ever made in tho race. Senator Grady finished second and Domino, favor ite In the betting, was absolutely last Between 2.80 and 3.S0 o'clock several smart dashes of rain came down, but they were shortlived ud In no way affected the track, or had any result on the race, save to make a few bettors rush to put money on Key El Santa Anit...

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

J--Jt - . if gAj. spyw M$ -iP V S'SiJ s 7s- E-i. " s THE WASHTffGTCW TTMES, SUNDAYS JUNE 24. 1894. 3 t CLARK ENTITLED TO CROW House Committee on Ventilation Prac tically Backs Down. EQUIVOCAL REPORT PRESENTED Ttntrs tho Matter of Hit Semoval Over Un til December Disagreement Among the Ilcmtcn The Capitol Architect May Win in tho End Pnizling Moves. Another sudden and quito unexpected move was urndu In tho light between the Houe Committee oq Ventilation and Acoustics and Architect Clark, of the Capitol. The decision of tho t'Lalnnnn of the committee, Mr. Shell, to withhold tho report and tho resolution, was suddenly reconsidered, and jut before ad journment Mr. J alkcr, of Massachusetts, pre sented the report, which was us follows- Surtrtrinental to roport Xo 1(07, jour com mittee hue to observe that tho time since the report of tho experts. l)r J. J Kynloun and Mr. licury A lams, Mas mide to the committee, ami whtcu Is submitted to Ili House In too above mentioned ri'i'ort, it has n...

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

rPswpFps S W I-.. "J .1... .IS The Washington Times ffiVEBY DlT JM TSS El&l OWKBD AJJD ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDINO, Corner Eleventh asd E Srnxsis Noanrwisn Bcsifss Ornci, 431 Eurran Srxsn 27. 17. Telephone Editorial Rooms, E3T-8. Business Offloe, 037-4 1 rice. Dally Fditlon ., On Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. Ily the month Thirty-are Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 21, 1891. Weather To-day. For tho District of Columbia and Virginia, fair; continued high temperature, with pos sible thunder shower in afternoon; slightly cooler; west or southwest winds. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. 138,196 fat U aggregate circulation for the veei ending Saturday, June !S, ISW. It reaches 100,000 readers each day DULY CIKCUHTIOS: Sunday, June 17 20,000 Monday, Jane 18 20,040 Tuesday, June 10 20,341 Wednesday, Juno 20 10,430 Thursday. Juno 21 10,074 Friday, Juno 22 10,028 Saturday, June 23 10,88 The abort statement cf the circulation of The Timet it absolu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 June 1894

Wt"" W . z-'yrfinir V t THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, SUN DAT., JUNE 24. 1894. wji.-- f W;- v - I A FOR SORE FEET. -AT- INKRUPT PRICES! Ladles' fiM Common Bonis TatontTlp Doa rola Oxfords, only 93c. Itoys' (3 Russia Calf Bala, only $1.31 Men's 3 Russia Calf Bain, only $2.61 Men's $150 Calf Welted Bals, only $2.15. Ladles' $3 Russia Call, Blucher Illlh Shoes, only $1.83. Indies' $-1 Russia Celt Blucber Oxfords, only $1.49. Ladles' $a.M Patent Tip Donjola Oxfords, only $1.50. Ladles' $3 Russet Oxford, only $1.19. Misses' $5 Russia Calf Lace Shoes, only $1.89. THOUSANDS OF OTI1ER SPECIAL VALUES DURING TUI3 GREAT SALE AT THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 9!9 F STREET. Komember number, as we have no branch tore. We are Americans. THE- Washington Times. CIRCULATION, Daily and Sunday. GURRHNTEED. The Washington Times Go, Cannon to right of tuem, Cannon to left of them. Cannon in frcnt of them Volleyed nnd thundered. F tormed at with shot and shell, Boldly they rode and woll. Into the Jaws of d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 June 1894

T-SWxn-fr G THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 1894. i-ir simp3 ATS At Half At the GREAT TRANSFORMATION SALK. You know we're doing away with every department in our store, except millinery. But wo can't let that lac duriug the closing-out sale. IilLnery suffers along with tho rest of the stock. These two bit; Tallies will serve aa a key to all of our prices. All Leghorn Fats that wore 9 cents, and moderately priced at that, so for C, Ladles' Trimmed Sailors, tills tea ton's latest productions, that were 50 conts, go for Everything priced. else proportionally LONDON 715 Market Space. iY PAY RENT ? I SUPPOSE OU IUA E-REGU-LARLV TOR MANV lEARS. buying homes for others. STOP IT nowand at once. Use your rent money each month tn rnnirsG a home louYouitoLLF. I have two houses lately finished, Ave rooms each, with good yards, near etreet cars. They cost, with lots, 1,005 feet In each. In absoluto cash, 1,400 I will sell them to the right person b for that amount on following terms No C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 June 1894

V-SL wi TV'--- 2m&f,Jk& FSSSJS"? -te' THE WASim-TOTON TIMES, STTNDAT, .TUNE 24, 1894. I W '3- - GRAVES ARE DESrOILED. M Innne Woman Cotcrinf; .Mounds In Congressional Ccmctcrj Vi Itfe All Sons of Rubbish. Lot owners in Congressional cemetery liavo for conitt tlmo past been annoyed at finding the graves oftbclrlmed ones desecrated by sonw unlnown person. Tho party secretly covered tbe mounds with refuse matter found in the receptacles for the same at dif ferent oitits in tho cemetery. ItoIative3 and Iri nds were shocked on visiting tbe resting paces of their dead to Qnd old decajed lKuquets of flower, broken flower pots, l.i'". sticks, etc., carefully beapod upon tlie grate's. Superintendent O'Neill and bU workmen mida efforts to catch the party, but were not hU resslul, A g Dtleman visiting the placo not long ago detected uvtoman acting curiously mcra grae, and to his astonishment found hor in the net of covering the grave of a young per son with rubbish. II also realized th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 24 June 1894

f$f! THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JUNE 24. 1894. y E THIN CLOTHES We sell are not only good, reliable qualities (we wouldn't sell tlieni if they were not), but tbey are comfortable to wear in this weather, and are dressy in appearance, too. Stop in to-morrow and see bow well and how quickly we can suit ana nt you with a st3'lish Blue, Black or Gray Serge Suit, at$io, $12, $15 or $20. A White or Striped Flannel or Serge Suit for $6 to $15. 'A neat Check or Plaid Suit in un lined Tweed or Cassimere, at $7.50, $8, $10, $12, up to $20. An Alpaca, Mohair, Pougee Suiting, or Silk Coat and Vest, or odd Coat, Coats and Vests from $3 to $12. Coats from 50c. to $10. A double or single breasted and large Serge Coat at $5, $6, $7, $7.50 or $10. White Buck Trou sers at $2, $3 and $4, and White and Fancy Vests from 75c up. All well made and perfect fitting, and the very best obtainable for the price anywhere. Robinson, Ghery k Go., Twelfth and F Streets. J PD 0 fr I'V J- I I V 5 h iSl A&.A&...

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

i'PP-sf'J'Hl fWl&Ft es- ; ? 7 - THE WASHINGTON TIMES '' vol. i. jSto. 100. WASHINGTON, D. O., MONDAY MOBBING, JUNE 25. 1894. ONE CENT. rtxwvesaiss-' -x'r '" NOT MURDERED President of the French Repub lic Stabbed by an Italian. DEED DONE IN THE STREET Seated in His Carriage the Assassin's Knife Reached Him. THOUGHT TO BE AN ANARCHIST Narrow Escape of tie Dastard from lynching by tie Infuriated Populace Almost a Panic at the Theater Where M. Carnot Was Expected to Attond a Performance In Hii Honor Women Screamed and Fainted and Ken Bushed Out Without Their Hati All Lyons Plunged in Orief Over the Disgrace That Hat Fallen Upon The City. Francois Mario Sadi-Carnot, President of jhe French Republic, was assassinated about 10 o'clock last night, on his way to the thea ter in Lyons, France. His assassin was Cesaro Giovanni Eanto, an Italian, who was immediately captured. Eanto was barely saved from death at the hands of the Infuriated populace. President Carnot died shortly after midni...

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

iP sfSip55SrF?&' THE WASHTNGTOdST TIMES. MXXNDAY, JXESTE 25, 1894. The Washington Times " ffiVEKY DAY IN TBI! TEAS OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, Cor.viit ELKVENTn and E Streets Northwest. Business Office, 431 ELEVkNTn Street N. W. 1 elephone Editorial Booms, 337-3. Business Office, 837-1 Trice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By tho month Thlrty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON. D. C., JUNE 25, 1891. The YA cathcr To-day. For tho District of Columbia and Virginia, generally fair, followed by thunder Btorms in afternoon; cooler southeast winds. The Washington Times The People's Penny Paper. 138,916 ttattUa gregate circulation for the week ending Safurdat June ft, lS9i. Itreachee 100,000 reader! :aeh daj DULY CIECCLiTION: ,unday,Junc 17 20,000 .Monday. June 16 20,040 Tuesday, June 10 20,341 Wednesday, June.20 10,430 Thursdaj.June 21 10,074 rridavjune22 10,028 Saturday June 23 10,488 The abort statement of the circulation of The Tim...

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

$SW 1P?P . sg!9'4K- '-y?f(jig:'a-!3S"5r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, .TUN 25. 1894. 3 tfgssa3'Jff5a3 sr- l X fc !- 0 A THREATENED BY A COMBINE It Is Ready to Gobble Up Street Rail ways in the District. CITIZENS CAN'T BE TOO WARY Bcprcsentative Coombs Gives His Views on Proper Legislation on This Subject. Trolley Linos Not to Be Thought Of Dor mant Charters a Serious Menace. "1 have nothing Ilka a thorough under standing of District matters, a thing which I Very much regret," said Congressman William J. Coombs, of Brooklyn, to a Times repre sentative, when askedfor his views on the Street railway questioffin the District. "Con sequently, in somo of my work boforo the House, I havo been striking n little at random, but under certain well-deDncd impressions. I hae particularly interested myself to sift legislation in relation to street railroads, how oicr. I am convinced that Congress is not aware of the importanco of proceeding upon some'well-dellned plan whereby the rights of the Di...

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