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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 August 1894

- -; fV"''S3iva"i.-'"--"',' ya ..-''e-S-?-,5 ps-p-'sT-xri- yF---"4rP- -nfr-j. -.wTV - THE WASHTNGrTCXtf TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1894. War Declared ON Russia T1U clean Russia leather and otherSum mor goods out as follows: One lot Men's $0 Kussla. Calf Shoes at $3.45 Per Pair. Several lots Men's ?5 Kussla Calf Shoes $2.65 Per Pair. Ladles' C2 Kussla Calf Oxfords, sizes 1 to2K, Only 69c. Ladles' JiM Bright Dongola, Tatent Tip, Oxfords, sizes 2 to 4, Only 98c. Ladies S3 nigh Kussla Calf Bluchers, mostly narrow widths. Only $1.43. THE WARRllHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F ST.REET, EDUCATIONAL. GONZAGA 00LLE0E, Under the Direction of the Fathers of Vie Society of Jesus. Classical and buslne3 courses of Btudles. Schools will reopen on Tuesday, September 4. Three freo scholarships will bo contested for on August 9. SO, and 31. For particulars address HEW COIOCELHJS OILLIM'IK, a J. aufiS-lmo l'roiidcut and Troasurcr. 1864 Education for Real Life. 1894 For Fons and Daughters. The Spencerian ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 17 August 1894

yv ?s5 J-fCS J : -f-v.-xe-,"-.rP,'riSi PPfSpjfr3p3SK3iip5i -'VW-iTV-' VA-?ie VOSI7r K'T"4SRS T'S53f? rjKWAJMWB-' p r .' m:im;ciKTi essfi fc. t A . ma - . - -- "j f i t,V -4 rirt -,"' r - . THE TVASHTN"GTON" TIMES, FBTDAT, ATTGrTJST 17, 1894. We Are Still senilis Outing Salts, and eren If It la late In tha season you can still find a good assortment HERE and be sore of getting a perfect fit In any style you elect White and fancy flatmch and serges, Tweeds, and homespuns from ' S7.60 and $8 tip. Plenty of Bine, Black, and Gray Serges In both suits and odd coats. Salts from $10 to $25. Coats from $5 to $10. All good ones. All fast color, and all perfect fitting. Other thla salts. Coats and vests and odd coats In all proper fabrics and at proper price. Robinson, Chery & Go., Twelfth and F Streets. WATCH "OUT OF GEAR?" You nTer know whan you are going to Injure 1L But it It's In sured by us for $2 a year you can bring It to us and Ret It repaired, for we acre when we Insure it to kee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 August 1894

"$jtt w5 - THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL.1. NO. 153. WASHESTGTOK, D. C, SATURDAY HORNING. AUGUST 18, 1894. ONE CENT. -? a -. 'ir'rwr-i'HiSvV GARDNER WRITES A LETTER flc Asks the Committee of Nine to Wait for His Statement. PROTESTS AGAINST THE ACTION interesting Meeting of the Full Committee Ex-Solicitor General Phillips Chosen as Attorney for the Stockholders Soundness of the New York Company Discussed. The most interesting meeting yet held with refcrenco to tho Washington Beneficial En dowment Association embroglio was un doubtedly that ot yesterday afternoon at the office of Mr. W. J. Miller, on Louisiana ave nnc. Tho full committee was present, and as it is tho unexpected and unadv ertlsed that always happen1: tho committee was handed a letter from the president o! the association, who heretofore has presented a most interesting silence as to tho specific chargos against him. In this letter, which is given below, he takes the committee to task for an implied lack of courtesy aud says...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 August 1894

- ""-- i o s v ytr" vLrtysw l 7t&. s-'Tvy:r -'i----tyrr- - & --,w-fw, "irt'j ""t,--iv v---'., . THE WASHIXGTOX TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 1894. The Washington Times (EVERT DAT IS THE TlAS) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING. COKVER EIXVESTB AND E STREETS NORTHWEST. Brfi.NESS OrncE, Ml Eleventh Street X. W. Telephone Editorial Itooins 337-1 Business Office. 337-i Price, Dolly Edition - One Cent Sunday Edition ......Thr Cents. Bj the month .Thirty-Bvie Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 18, IBM. Subscribers 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 give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. m m BEGIN BT THE ELECTION OF BETTEE PUBLIC SERVANTS. Wage-earners make a serious mistake in following off new political issues and fads. All proposod reforms do not lead to inde pendence., no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 August 1894

5qSS?!?SJ!5J5Sr4y!t?25-s iSe$-'ZZ'iP TtP wu....v,- rjfWisW .-wc -o-- . ft -w- v nvy -wy as - ta.'- (.-:) . t "ii ' 13' - ' ' "" 'V THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. 1894. War Declared ox Russia Will clean Russia leather and other Sum mer goods out as follows: Ono lot Men's 0 Russia Calf Shoes at $3.45 Per Pair. Several lots Men's ?5 Russia Calf Shoes $2.65 Per Pair. ' Ladies' it Russls-Calf Oxfords, sizes I to St., Only 69c. Ladies' T2.50 Bright Dongola, Tatent Tip, Oxfords, sizes S to t. Only 98c. Ladies' $3 High Kussla Calf Bluchers, mostly narrow widths. Only $1.43. THE WARREJTSHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, HOTEL DIEECTOKY. CONGRESSIONAL HOTEL, Capitol "ill. au-Im Cor New Jersey ave. and B st. se. TATIONAL HOTF.L, X Pennsylvania ave., cor. 6th 6t aw. Bates, -' 50 to f I 00 per day. auS-lm llEA'S HOTEL. 333 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. nw Hates, $2.00 per day; special rates by week or month. au'Mm rpllE OXFORD. Hth ft aiidX. Y. are. JL American plan, Jr-loU perjday aud upwa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 August 1894

r ""Ysk-1 -vt-Vs rrVi''fe- "'v' "J '-i? Pr? 55plsi5?f THE TTASmnsGTOW TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. 1894. YES It Is quite truo that WE have the only good assortment ot Light Weight Suits in town. Sacks and Cuttarays lor business or dress wear; plenty of them. Btyles ot fabrics enough to givo overy ono n satisfactory choico, nd not a poorly-made.' ill-Qttins, or unreliable garment in the whole stock. That, and tho fact that our prices for these superb garments are less than others ask for poorer ones, is the reason that we continuo to be busy even during the usual dull season. Stop in and see bow well we can please you. Trices begin at tlO and go to (35 for the finest and best clothing made. Robinson, Cheryl Go., Twelfth and F Streets. . INDEPENDENT ICE CO. serves the best ice In the world. Kennebec Ice Is the best, because It's the purest It imparts the greatest degree of cold It coats no more tban any other. We al- ways serve "Kennebec" promptly and properly. S"I)rivers of YhLLOW.WA-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

SnT'-wrv Vt &-jv J"" """.;c3S."JjiWiJ3R!JS"3Ktr THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.1. TXO. 134. WASHINGTON, D. C, SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 19, 1894. THEEE CENTS. r-T?!! REGATTA OF CRACK CLUBS Splendid Contests of Oarsmen in the Annual Fotomac Eunt. CROWDS WATCHED THE RACES Philadelphia and Baltimore Sent Over Dele gations of the Fair ex Beautiful and Picturesone Scene Weather Capncions Washington's Best Men to the Front rirst race Analostan. Second raco De Burin. Third race Columbia. Fourth race Senior singles. Baltz, Vesper Club of Philadelphia, won; Van Zandt, Arlels of llaltimore, second. Fifth raco Junior fours. Analostan won; Arlels second, Columbias third. Sixth race Senior four-oared gig. Ariels won; Columbias econd beventu race Intermediate eights. Fair mount of Philadelphia won, and Columbias sec ond. The annual Fotomno regatta, which has been looked forward to for many days with pleasant anticipation in marine and social circles generally, was rowed jetterday under many conditions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

"S-"--""-. ;t----- - v- ir t? & a v'st? . ltT- 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 19. 1894. - V - ft"w THE DISTRICT IS DONE FOR No More Legislation Will Be Had Be fore Next December. IMPORTANT MEASURES GO OVER Bills for Issuing Bonds, Street and Sewer Ex tension, Dollar Gas, Increased Water Sup ply, a New Printing Office, and a Hew Municipal Building Must Wait The announcements made by both the House and Senate District Committees that they will hold no more meetings this year puts an end to the placing of new District bills on the calendar, and the decision of the Committeo on Bules of the House not to as sign another day for District business in that body practically puts an end to possible leg islation there. In the Senate there is no regular District day, but there are fewer im portant bills on the calendar than in the com mittee room, and a general disposition is evident not to take action on any of them before adjournment. The close of the session throws a great deal o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

sTSSPSSs!!- p4"s3s 'iKV t-f- v- - THE "WASHIKGTOX TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1894. 8 FIRST FROM THE COLONELS Kentucky Contingent Went Down Be fore the Washington Aggregation. SENATORS WBRE IN TINE FORM tockdale's Steadiness at Critical Time Had Much to Do with the Victory of the Locals Abbey Had His lye on tho Ball Louis ville Showed Up Well. Result of Ycsterdaj's Games. Chicago, 6: New York, 4 (first game). Chicago, 5; New York.5 (second game drawn) Sr. Lore. 4; Brooklyn, a Cincinnati, 19; Boston, 6. Baltimore, 17; Pittsbcko, t 'ASniNUT0N 6; LoCISVIIXE, 4. PUrLABILFBIA, 11; CLEVELAND, C The Chnmpiunship Record. W I. PcU W. Baltimore. 61 1 f,49 HrnnVlTT, .. 4!) .511) .474 .4M .414 .sso .20S Boston. G- 34 New tork.. 39 3S Cleveland S3 41 riilla'phia- SO 42 Pittsburg .. 5o 47 .G Chicago 46 .tiOS.Clncumatl.. 43 MA St. Louis .. 41 Louisville.. 32 Wash' ton... SO .5451 .515 TAIL-E.N DERS BATTLE G TOR PLACE. Senators Won the Opening Game from the Louisillcs with hnse. The threatening weath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

.rv-"-, Bl -rt"' -" rt 5 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, ATTGT7ST 19, 1894. :V"Jj5!b"'T'5rv.,'v-' The Washington Times CETXXT DAT IS TBI TE1K) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDETO, COki Bmsra ad E Streets Southwest. Snntiss ornci, l Eixrasmi Street N. W. Telephone Editorial Rooms, .337-1 Business Offlce, 337-1 rice, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition ... .Three Cents. By the month .Tbirty-flve Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, AUGUST 19, 1S34. Subscribers are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Txmei office or all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Tunes proposes to glre snbicribsrs satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will xeceivo prompt attention. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. In connection with tho regulations under consideration by Building Inspoctor Entwisle and the Commissioners which will require emplojers to protect the lives of workmen on uncompleted buildings, It is well to remember tho bill formulate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

, - --VJSrJA .$. 02s "r.&Mf -ry-SW5 THE "WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1894. fZxi-''"i''' " ""t: -j?-"!-i - . r' CAR PATENTS APPLIED FOR The Recent Pullman Troubles Boomed that Class of Invention. DIFFERENT DEVICES SENT IN They Were Quite Generally Aimed to Puzzle the Festive Train Bobber and Outwit the Wrecker Mechanical Guards to Provide for the Safe Conveyance of Valnablei, A ru9h of applications from inventors for patents for Improvements in sleeping cars Is looked for at the Patent Office, now that tho railroad troubles at various points have qui eted down. The fact that the Pullman and Wagner companies have so far had a monop oly of the sleeping car service throughout the country, has served to discourage inventors who have, for some time past, either been en gaged in perfecting their devices, or else have employed their time in other channols. The organization at St. Louis, Mo., within the past few days, of the Continental Palace Car Company, with a capital of $5,0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

-Tin tnmivftirrz TFp pBj8iM'SS5S55 i?nr --T5WJ y-.'' "' & -"" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 19. 1894. LABOR 'DOINGS LAST WEEK The Eyes of All the Crafts Turned Toward Labor Dav. SFLI5NDID TURNOUT EXl'ECTED A Picnic at Bethesdi Park and a Grand Spec tacular Musical Production at Baseball Park Are to Be tie Side Iuucs Interest ing Features of the Parade. MEETINGS FOR THIS WEEK. SUNDAY. AD0C8T 19. Columbia Typographical Union Typographi cal Temple. L A. 23S9. K. of L, Makers riasterers' llall. Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania arenuo. L. A. 4S03, K. of L,, musicians Elks' Hall.Klnlb. treet and Pennsylvania avoaue. sioxDir, august 20. L. U., No. 190 Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, Hall, 423 Twelfth street northwest. L, A. 1641, K. of L,, riasterers l'laiterers' Hall, Four-and-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. L A. 1743, EL of L., Carpenters-Typographical Templet TUESDAT, AEOUST 21. Federation of Labor riastcrs' llall. Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania av...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

-A. - tK i,;Vi-i"' .--Js J THE WASHLtfGTOatf TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 19. 1894) -o --r t .f TOLD IN CHURCH WINDOWS Record of Christ's Life as Pictured in Washington's Sanctuaries. NOBLE EXAMPLES OP HIGH ART Lines of Difference in Piotestant and Catholic Church Decoration Tho Threo Altars at St. Patrick's The English Window at Epiphany. In no other direction is tho taste and cul ture, as well as material growth of Washing ton, more marked than in its improted church architecture, w ith the accompanying interior di-coratite effects, such as frescoes or picture windows of stained glass back of or nbo e nltars. There are here found handbOme new or re modeled old church buildings that would lose notbiDg by comparison with much of tho best church architecture in older and larger cities, while tho decorath o picture windowo aro both numerous nnd beautiful, and in some in stances specimens of tho best wort of those famous artists wno produced mem. Among theo stained glass picture windows Rre s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 August 1894

.-wrT-ipMyimMmii jy-y Mframr-'3g3MiScl5SS - ' ' -',-" -vVY,,Y7,-j!t-'0'-'r'i r-VT -"''isi vr7i i THE WASHINGTON" TIMES. SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1894. IF These cool night cause you to want medium weight clothes you'll find plenty ol them HEBE. Good, reliable,, well made, perfect-fitting ones, too. Back and Cutaway Suits ot the latest fashions, in all the popular fabrics. Variety enough to please OTerybody, and at very tempting priees. Plenty ot Thin Clothes, too, for the two months of hot weather yet to como. Serge Suits, Flannel Suits, Outing Suits, Thin Coats and Vests, Blue Serge Coats, and White Duck Trousers, in fact any thing and everything in correct attiro tor Men and Boys. Robinson, Cherub Go,, ' Twelfth and F Streets. INDEPENDENT ICE CO. aerves tho beat Ice In the world. Kennebec Ice lithe best, because It's the purest It Imparts the greatest degree of cold It costs no more than any other. Weal- ways serre "Kennebeo" promptly and properly. rr-Drirers ot YELLOW WA- GONS, lettered...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 August 1894

'2iZzm2ZSS; r-'p'ip&KapK&Ptft'J "Kr, THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL.l. NO. 155. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY MOBBING-, AUGUST 20, 1894. ONE CENT. ENDED ALL WITH k BULLET Suicide of Superintendent Nicholson, of the Treasury Stables. HOMESICKNESS CAUSED IT Afraid to Visit Hii Family In Indiana for Fear of Losing Hi Position A Gallant Soldier and 'Warm Personal Friend and Neighbor of ex-President Harrison. Capt. E. W. Nicholson, aged stxty-flve years, a warm personal friend nnd for more than thirty years a neighbor of ex-President Harrison, in Indianapolis, shot and killed himself at the Treasury stables, No. 1118 E 6treet northwest, last evening. Whether tho unfortunate affair was acci dental or the act done intentionally by Capt. Nicholson is a mystery that -will probably never be cleared up. There was apparently no motive for suicide, unless It be that he suf fered Intensely from homesickness and was afraid to go to his nomo in Indianapolis for fear that durlug his absence some ono wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 August 1894

I , rrr7yr.-x 5TX: ?Fp!?p IgF&gTjpierV'' -tt- tLp .;"P5 V v'T-f "- . i-.'r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, AUGUST 20. 1894. ThB Washington Times CEVXST DAT IS TUX Yl IK OWNED AND ISSUED BT fhe Washington Times Company TlMK BUILDING, Coiuont Eleventh ahd B Streets Kobthwest. Bcbikess Orncx, i elevehth stbeet N. w. Telephone Editorial Rooms, S3T-3. Business Office, 337-1 trice, Dally Edition Ons Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents. ' Br thethonlh .....Thlrty-llTe Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., AUGUST 20, 1804. Subscribers are earnestly requested to make complaints at The Times office of all nf lect to deliver papers promptly and in a courteous manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and complaints made to headquarters will receive prompt attention. m Communications not accompanied by stamps will not be returned. Anonymous communi cations trill not be noticed. Communications containing over three hundred words cannot be used. The Times pays for live news which its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 August 1894

jfKTi'"-" r't"'iPB!igW fcl THE WASHINGTON TOTES, 3ION DAY, AUGUST 20. 1894. il . War Declared ON Russia Will clean Ruwla leather and ot&or Sum mer goods out as follows: One lot Men's 16 Russia Calf Shoes at $3.45 Per Pair. Several lots Men's $5 Russia Calf Shoes $2.65 Per Pair. Ladles' e-J Russia Calf Oxfords, sizes 1 " toi, Only 69c. Ladles' f 2.50 Bright J3ongola, Talent Tip, Oxfords, sizes 1 to 4, Only 98c. Ladles' tl High Kussia Calf Bluchers, mostly narrow w idths. Only $1.43. THE WAHRliTSHOE HOUSE, GEO. W. RICH. 919 F STREET, FINANCIAL. Firemeifs Insurance Oompany. Cor. 7th St. and La. Ave. N. W. SECURE! SAFE! PROMPT! Why Don't You Insure Your Property? CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - 8300,000 A. A. 'Wilson, President, E G Paris, Mco President; Directors A A ilon, K O Davis, W ill! itn .1 ilson, I rank Hume, James lit dfern, F A. Lutz, Dorsey Clagett, IL c. McCaulev, C. C. lJuncanson, W. J. llollman. -amuel h. Wheat lev, Charles II. HcUing, nnd.lohu M. Waters C Howard, Secreiar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 August 1894

$,JPZwptp'' ,-jt, .--"I'J'.J .BVf tSSv" "-nr" THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY. AUGUST 20. 1894. IF These cool nights cause 70a to want medium weight clothes you'll find plenty of them HEBE. Good, reliable, well made, perfect-fitting ones, too. Back and Cutaway Suits ot the latest fashions, la all the popular fabrics. Variety enough to please everybody, and at Tery tempting prices. Plenty ot Thin Clothes, too, for the two months of hot weather yet to come. Serge Bolts, Flannel Suits, Outing Suits, Thin Coats and Tests, Blue Serge Coats, and White Duck Trouse.4, in fact any. thing and everything in correct attire for lien and Boys. Robinson, Ghery & Go,, Twelfth and F Streets. INDEPENDENT ICE CO. serves th best Ice in the world. Kennebec Ice Is the best, because It's the purest It Imparts the greatest degree of cold It costs no more than any other. Weal- ways serve "Kennebec" promptly and properly. WDrlvers of YELLOW WA- GOXS, lettered "Independent," will talo orders or notify the on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 August 1894

mhmmmwu ?- $ - :rn--i--v-XfneJSfr7 " rVi, THE WASHINGTON TIMES WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 21, 1894. ONE CENT. TOL.l. NO. 156. VIVIAN BURNETT STRICKEN Critical Illness of the Original "Little Lord Fauntlcroy." MALIGNANT TYPHOID FEVER His Parents Were in Europe, but Cablegrams Were Sent Urging Their Immediate Tte turn Dr. Burnett Came Last Night and Mrs. Bnrnett Is Expected To-morrow. Vivian Burnett, the original of his mother's famous book "Little Lord Fauntlcroy," is lying critically ill with typhoid feKr at the residence of his father, Dr. Swann II. Bur nett, No. 1770 Massachusetts avenue. Dr. Burnett, in responso to a cablegram sent to him and bis wife, who wcro in Europe, reached the city last night from Encland, nnd Mrs. Burnett, who Is now approaching tbo shores of America, will bo at her beloved son's bed side Wednesday morning. The many who know Mrs. Trances Hodgson Burnett and who are familiar with her o cry day home life will realize what a crushing blow it w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 August 1894

Wlf!S5 'oh"JVv''?TC TJ n,'?j" svy,'- f;vf-' " AW 2 THE WASHrNGTOlT TIMES, TTJESDAT, AUGUST 21. 1894. The Washington Times (EVERT Dat is tbk TxakJ "OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company TIMES BUILDING, coxvm EutviNTB and E Streets Xorthwisi Business Orncs, 431 Elkventh Strict H. W. Tsle phone Editorial Rooms, 837-3. Business Office, 337-2 rrlce, rally EdltIon..... One Cent Sunday Edition ......Three Cents. By the month Thirty-five Cents. WASHINGTON, D. 0., AUGUST 21, 16DL Subscribers are earnestly requested to Bake complaints at The Times office of all neglect to deliver papers promptly and in a eourteoca manner. The Times proposes to give subscribers satisfactory service, and all complaints will receive prompt attention. HOW THE DISTBICT SUFFERS. Tho House yesterday passed a bill. It hav ing already received tho approval of the Sen ate, which renews charters of local corpora tions soon to expire. There is no objection to suoh legislation; in fact, it is necessary and will...

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