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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

r TELE MOBBING TXMES,:TlESDAT, JULY 0, 1897. JIONKV VVAXTKD AN1 JO LOAN. money to loan a new flan 510 to 51,000 to loan on household furniture, pianos, . .okgans.hokses.cakklages, "wagons, etc., without icmoral fiom possession or owner "V'c can ofiei n. . cLuWEST KATESaud EASIEST TEU11S. No delay, yo., v n jccdve the, money within a. lev. lot sailer making applica tion lor il. it u tb hi 11 f ji mi air of any amount, will be iccelved at any time, which wdl lPhi-4.ii oH ot. lusu. - Please call igi tLillier mfoimatlon. GAPITaLLo.A GUARAN'l EECO., 3c29-lmo -Q02 KhUi) W. H. K. FULTu.v S loanorrice, 1218 Pa. ave. u w ., inutio lUinci on watcuu, dioouiudE. jewelry, btiver v aie, etu uplb-bia LOAAa aia. u.v A. i'KUVlU GOLLAT eral, euvii ua life policies, ktocks, bonds, building asnueiuic.. oii.Lies. tyuuicale cit tifica.es, i;ic o -rjity 1 r.luvES & BAKER. 11 IP P fcU Take elevator. tf LOA.-sjs .- u. riii.MlUdv, liv,., .;.., JiTC. Xoaus maJeunFuruituie, l'iantn.lloisea, Wago..e, -,, a....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 July 1897

-.'fc-Ai.i5.A ; 3i3rvfi THE MORNING- TIMES, TUESDAT, JULY 6, 187. Every Man "Who lias worn one of OUR ZEPHYR-WEIGHT SERGEI will tell you that it is the most satisfactory summer suit he ever wore. We can't snj too much in praise of them. They are cool, comfortable, durable, and dressy are 'ell tailored and perfect iitling-. All siz;s in blue, black, brown, and gray colors. All other standard weaves of Serg-e, the best grades of Crash and To wl' neu Suits, Thin Coats in all propsr fabrics, Crash and Dsck Trousers, Straw Hats in all popular braids, Tan and Canvas Shoes, Negligee Shirts, Gauz Underwear, Leather and Crash Belts, "Washable Neckwear, and all other summer wearables for men and boys. Remember that SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR is all you have to pay for choice of any suit in the ROGERS & CO. sock. All new styles and patterns, in cluding blue and black Serges and Cheviots. Rolrinson & Cliery Co., 12th ami F Sts. X. W. Clollies Fnrn Filings. Hats. Shoes j You can j I find ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

WEATHER PROBABILITIES. fftittte. WAg For Uio District of Columbia, Mnrv'nnd anu Virginia,, generally fair; continued nigh temperature; variable winds. jSTO. 1,205. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY MOIESTNG-, JULY 7. 1S97-EI&HT PAGES. OaSTE CE?T. j The GusabUon of THS TIMES Testardaj 39.270 COPIES. pp nt jf mPms&mmSsmfs . If ' TE GREAT STRIKE NOW OH It Is Estimated That 150,000 Miners Are Out. :UNDER A SERIOUS HANDICAP Tin nail roads, and Lake Boats, Well Stocked With Coal A Large Num ber 'of Mines Continue In Opera tionThe Men Have Struck He caiihC They Are Desyerate. Bittgburg, July C Tho much-heralded Btrikc or the bituminous coal miners, which has liccu liuuirfiig file ovci July 4, is en today. Themmcisaieetrikingforacenla ton increase for mining. The strike will affect the miner in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. The West Virginia miners will not go out. The btrike will I evolve around the 'Pitts burg district." Pittsburg Ikes the piice or coal aud the once of mining, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

-XTCE MOttNISTG TIMES,' "EDSTESDAT, JULY 7, 1897. THE15UIL0ING regulations They Are Heartily Indorsed by the Trades Council. COL BINGHAM DENOUNCED Resolutions Adopted on His Autlun tu tlie "WbiteLot .Mutter Ills Laii trtiuue Defined ah "Discourteous uud lusHittns" J u HJJl1 Degree, lilection of. Offieers. Several matters or importance to the member of oi ganized lauor iu thu District were considered by the Building Trades Council at a meeting held last evening at Electrical Worseis Dan. President Wil liam Silver was in tlic oiuir, and theie was a run aitenuauee of ueiegatcs from qiuc liuiluiug Lraues.' Tlie iuom lmj-oruiut or these matters was the iiuoiieruuou of me now bunuiig regulations wnicu were luuuised unaui-nwui..- & wic.ono ui& rj.30.uuoa aauiiucU" Whereas Hie attention of the. LuJdiug TraUttS Uf-llvJl "lltto UCU. IIHCU UJ UK-'UCtf Lmuu.uu lefcuittuoiiti wucn liaxe Lieu il Ctmus mii.j..i.i.uuuUH;ulit;a uc.uuuiBe- lueut ot the xisirct VjOiuiinahioiierB, iuiu, tbClwua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, .1897. THE VACATION SEASON Doctor IcCoy Gives the TTniformEateof$3a ' DCcHLth TDl Onied. This Applies to All Patients and All Diseases. Only during the summer could Doctor .McCoy pussibly make the rate or $3 a month, covering Deatness and all dis eases. Since tlic establishment of Ills na tional practice in Washington Ms patients have so constantly grown in number tliat lie lias ollen seriously considered Uie ad visability ot limiting tlieir number and laisuig bis recs charging a fee loincwhat in proportion to tbe service rendered. The only reusous which enublo Doctor McCoy to give the i?3 rate for tlic summer months are: First, because it Is the vacation season, ttie season when so uiiuiyol Ills regulur patients are out of towa utid, Second, because one month's treat ment in summer, -when nature in every -way aids the yhyslciau, Is worth two mouths of most cax-eluX treatment during the severe weather of Fall, "Winter and Spring. Doctor McCoy ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

THE MOKNINO TI3ISS, WEDNESDAY, JUJLY 7, i97. t&imts IMGEKISG. EVEKUfG AND EU5DAT.1 ny TIE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, iHLSCH EUTCRTiTS, President. ETJTCHINS BTJILDINO. flew York Office 2000 Tract Enlldinc SUBSCRIPTION EATES. Mosmrir, nv Caiik nm -Morniug, Evening aud Sunuav.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Tlilrty-flve Cents Evening and Sunday Tlilrty-firc Cents BY MAIL. On.cYc.r,Mornins. Evening and Sunday, 85 60 SixMcnth-. " " " " 5.00 Three Mouths, " " ' J.75 OneTear, Morning aud Sunday. 4.00 Six Month". " - . ..25 Three Months. " " . 1.23 Oce Year. Evening and Sunday .CD SixMontliS, Z25 ThreoMonlhs. "" " 1.25 Sunday only, onoyr&r ...............LOO Orders by mail must le accompanied by sub scription price. TZ.Hiiio2'K5 : Editorial Rooms, 4eC ; Busi ness OfHcp.lGlO. Circulation Statement. The circulation dTiie Trans for the v.ee7c aided Saturday, July 2, lSi)7, teas as fcViOvcs: tvnday, June 27 23,874- lltnway. June 28 40,008 'fvcecay, June 29 40,755 Vcuneeday, June 30.... ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

I - THE 3r01OTSTG TIMES, TVJEDST.ESDAY, JULY 7, 1897 i m Iansl)nrgli & Bro. g C We Can 8 "" ' g Supply You g 8 b With Comfort J 8 8 a At Little Cost. g Will buy a Felt Window Shade, jo s:ze 36x72 inches, g v mounted m spring jh rollers, complete with fixtures. g Will buy a good a Opaque Wi n d o v a Shade, size 36x72 23c laches, mounted P on a tested spring- roller, complete g with fixtures. a Will buy a good Opaque Window g Shade, with heaTy ffl 35c frnS"ei si2e 36x72 t inches, mounted on a tested spring ' roller, com p 1 e t e fa with fixtures. Will buv 36-inch 42cyd. I,ace Striped Eta- Q mine for curtains, g Will buy 12c Figured Silkoline, S beautiful patterns, fast colors. g Will buy 12c Japanese Gil t S On yd. g 10c j'd. Crepe, 30 inches g wide, new Pat- g terns 4? 8 Will buy ISc Fijr- g 12Kc yd ured Denim 36 in. wide, all colors. g Awnings. g Let us make jour Awnings for you. Our prices are the lowest t? g for first-class work. Estimates furnisued free on application. h S ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

THE AIORNIKCr TIMES, yEflyKSDAY, JUJJY 7, 1897, rARKXR, Bridget & co., aotliJcns, 315 7 tli St. Back Again. Mr. W. S. Shekel Is, late of Godfrey, Moore & Co., is now with us, and has a few surprises in store for his friends so he tells us to tell you!. We can discount any of the reduced prices you hear or read about, where quality is considered. We except the truck, as we never did, and never will, handle it. Particularly strong just now on the "feather weights," crashes, serges, office coats, etc. Shapely Crash Suits, $3 up $1.50 each for Coat or Trousers separate. PARKER, BRIDGET & GO, Clothiers, 31 5 7th St. Bicycle Bargain ....OF THE YEAR... SPALDING BICYCLE $50 New 1896 Model LADIES' SPALDING, $60. Spalding Ulcvcles are known the world over. THE SPALDING RED .NAME PL.ATK carries wjUi il a guarantee or quality ana respectability that has no FROil MAKER TO USER. Kemcmbcr that yon arc dealing -with ttu makers ami that all intermediate pror 1U are dropped off. A. Q. SPA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

: trFHPSBapgwPww" MOKKIHG TIItlES, JyEDSTESDAY, JULY 7, 1897. THE - f VA.VTK1 AXI) lO JLOA.V. 210NEY TO LOAN JJON-i A NEW FLAN 510 TO 1,000 TO LOAN -ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, HORSKS.CARRIAGES, WAGONS, etc., without removal from possession or owner We cau oriei ns Hie LOWEST HATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will receive ttie money withiu a jew iiouih after making applica tion for it. Pa n ents on 11 c- 1 1 n Jj ah 'if any amount, will be leccived at any time, wlnoii will lesftu cost of lean. l'lcasc tail loi luillici inloimaUon. CAPITAL LOAN GUARAN1 EECHX. 3e39-lmo QQ2 F fct. nw. U. K. FULTON S loanomce. 1218 Pa are. nvv.,rounc lounuu on watcbes. diamonds, Jewelry, bin :r ware, etc aplb-bin LOANS MAiiiiyAAl'l'KOVLU OULLA'T eral, tutu as life policies. Blocks, winds, buildlug afcaoiiatioj .bales, syndicate csr tmcaies, eic. ho ueiay iEUn.. V BAKER, 1110 F fct. Take elevator. tf LUA.NO .-, O.N 1-Ull.MlKltfc, lioltSi-S, K'J'C. Loans madeon Furuiture, Fianm. II discs,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 July 1897

8 THE MORNING- TTWKS, W.EDNESDAY, JUIjY 7, 1897. - ' I' . . M " , '. i , i VACATION Clothes. Thin suits and coats in serge, crash, wool crash and un lined tweeds and homespuns. The proper garments for seashore or mountain. Our " ZEPHYR WEIGHT SERGES are without a peer for style, comfort or durabil ity. They are cool, dressy, well made, perfect-fitting garments all sizes in blue, black, brown or gray. Specially choice line of Isegligee Shirts, both soft and stiff bosoms, newest colors and patterns, in Ma dras, Percale, Cheviot, etc. All sizes and prices. Robinson & Gheiy Co., 12th and F Sts. X. AV. Clothes, rum Mtinsg. Hutu. Shoes. City Brevities. The grand Jury yesterday returned a. true Mil agaliibl Jay Evan., charged with forgery. Turner Wliituey, a colored man, was yesterday Fenlenced to ninetj days in Jail for resisting arrest Lulle Iiuffin, Vickie Robinson, and Gus Brown were given Eliort leuuu lu jail lor fighting in Gllck's alley- The resignation of Policeman M. L. May, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

rf 1H iftfflS THcdiir wmsm nwktmm, S3. Vmr tJte IMtrit of GMttnfttii, Marr'awd n Yitwtirfii, sinar are twotafcle, jat eily wlafls. rco 1,203. WASHTSTGrTOX, TIIUliSDAY MORXING- JULY 8. 1S97 BKHT PAGES. 0"E CE2sTT. J CICLiEJELS DEATH Twenty-Five or More People Lose Their Lives in the Storm. GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY HoUbck Swept Away toy Score. Cmp Ruiucd ami Train Wreck ed by the Mighty Gain-Floods Threaten to Add to the .Devasta tion Already Worked. Dulutti, Minn., July 7. The storm that Logan ou last Friday -was general through out the Northwest. Reiorts of damage and loss at life come from parts of North Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, aud Wisconsin. It had its origin in the Lake Superior legion. So mauy wirea are down la Mie Etorui-strlckeii district that it i unpou Blble to get anytwug like defmlte -n-fonnatiua. Th.j uiuado and heavy rain of yesterday and toduy arc the second oues that have TifciUid portions of the tame county eluce last TuuiMlay. The second storm eovu"s mom territory, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1897. DISGUSTED WITH U'HILEY Republican Club Bearing His Name Gets After Him. DISTRICT OFFICES DEMANDED Warm Speeches by Member "Wbo Favor TJtcliinj? Out the JJomo rat A Committee to "Wait on the President nnd Urge "Wbolu bale Removals. The meeting or the McKinley and Hobart Republican Club at Wonu's Hall last night was productive of considerably more heated debate than was commensurate Willi the state of tlie weather. The anomalous ciioumstuuce of a KcKInley Club denouncing McKinley himself was p:ess;nted, and this was productive of must of the fervid speeches of the evening. After a certain amount of routine busi ness had been completed, Dr. T. E. Lee, a prominent member of the club, wab recog nized by Tumpuiary Clialrmau Phillips. From the speaker's, opening sentence It was plain that he was deeply in earnest, and the closest attention was given him. "Mr. Chairman ' he began, "it seems to me that the time hat. arrived when the Republican clubs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

THE MOItNING TOES, THUKSDAT, JULY 8, 1897. s v TIE TARIFF BILL PASSES Continued from First rage. Bulled In faor of putting the articles on Uie dutiable list at 10 per cent ad valorem rale. The vote was 30 to 17. Mr. Stewart was then recognizedon las Treasury reserve amendment. Mr. Stewart did not spsaU ae long as was expected. His amendment's main point ivas the retirement ot bonds -with any But plus over ttie Treasury reberve. He made a statement fehovvlns tliat there was now accumulated in the Treasury $240, 000,000 or idle money, called the reserve. Mr. Stewart also pointed out the preat cost of maintaining this reserve, which he put at from 9,000,000 to $10,000,000 a year in interest and bonds. Mr. Vest followed Mr- Stewart in a gen eral review of the bill. This speech was an able presentment of the report, but -ws necessarily very like the speecli la which Mr. VesWopened the debate for the Democrats. H made the following comparisons: The average ad valoieni rate under the McKin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

fjpj" -r"?Vi THE koENING 'TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 8 1897. Slimed ) (MORKCTG, EVE3TIKG AITD SU. DAY.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, ETILSCJT HUTCHIIT5. President. i-UTCHJNS BDILDINO. Hew Tori Offlcs: 2000 Tract BsUdin?. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. STosthw. by CAiin nu : Morning, Evening und Sunt"av.. Fifty Cents "Morning and Sundar ..Tblny.Svc Cents -Evening ami Sunday .Thirty-live Cents BY MAIL, OneYear.Morniug, Eveniugsnd Sunday. S6D Six Month. " " " " aOO Three Months. " " " J.75 One Year. Mornlnzand Sunday 4.C0 Six Months " " - .C.-S5 Three-Mouths, " - 1,25 One Year, Ercnlng and Sunday .0 Six Mouths. " ' " 2.2 ThreeMonths, " " " 1-25 Sunday only, onoyrw .. I.'JO "Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sul BcrfptiMiprlrO Telkwioxs: Editorial Rooms, 4SG ; Busi ness Officr. 10 !0. Circulation Statement, J7.P circulation of The Times for the vcA ended Saturday, July S, 1897, vas as fdioics: l-'vndar, June 27 23,S7i 2Sohav. June 28 40,008 'IvaCaii, .ftine 29, ........ .......-. . .40,755 IVtui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

-v4- - .r's-' ""a. ?"? "- TBH JrOBKEsTG" TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 8 189? 5 5 at s s KERP THE yABD STICKS GAIXOPfiTG? All day yesterday the a crowds were enormous. $ They all bought. You had g better come today cannot tell how vo a V auitg these Lawns at these re- a to sell you. 8 2,000 yds. Swiss and j g Linen - Finished Lawns. 8 g 3c yd g g 3,000 yds. Rose Org-an- g 2 dies, linen effects and g naat dots, every yard sold g forSc 4J5cyd g S5 1,900 yds. Indian Dimi- g w ty, Red Ground Dniity, Plain CoIoredLawns.lace $ $ effec.s and Org-an dies, g every yard sold for 12jc tq S Jd 7c yd S 3,700yds. Lappet Ieno, b g figured Alsaica. French g g Dimity, Fedora Cord, etc., g sold for 12c, 15c and j g 18c yd 9c yd g u s s 1 4! S 43 s 8 i3 I 40-inch French Batiste. g The regular 17c qua lit v. a 10c yd 8 Organdies that sold for 25, 30 and 37c yd., In to eluding Koechlin, Baura g g-arten & Curs finest. n Your choice." 15cJd a 25c Dimities i 5c yd I g 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. a 0553535 5SS5 G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

&-& THE MORNING- TIDIES, THURSDAY, PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7th St. Mr. W. 33. Shekells, re cently Avith Godfrey, Moore & Co. (Continental Clothing House) is now with us. He particularly invites his friends to call if they care to save money on their clothing. You can now afford three or four Lightweight Suits as all four will only cost about what you used to pay for one good cloth suit. A Serge Coat and Duck Pants make a "dressy," inexpen sive suit. For everyday wear the Crashes are best $3 up. The Lightweight Cloth Suits that cost you S9.25 and $10 elsewhere are here at $6.25 and $7.50. Business is good, which leads us to think that you are getting sharp and "shopping around." We always catch 'em when they compare our stock and prices with the others. PARKER, BRIDGETS, GO, Clothiers, 31 5 7th St. L. & R. ROUTE. 417 NINTH. I Don't tinker with your wheel 1'ou are liable to throw some deli cate mechanism out of pear. Our men are experts. GEORGE L. HAL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

w -"Ja 'ZT&FPFWm$ . -v -7- T rt - 'Xr5rs&?&V?zzr?ryfy- P???!3W5 THE MOBKIKG TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1897. f 5- w Hi rv I -V fe! MO.VEY WANTED AP TO LOAX. HONEY TO LOAN- A NEW FLAN ?10 TO S1.0C0 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 1'IANOS, ORGANS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC., without iciuoval from possession of otiner V.'e car. of i or ou the LOWEST RATES aud EASIEST TERMS. No delay; you will iccclve the money within a lew houis alter making applica tion for It. Pax wen ts on the pnncij al. of any amount, w.ll be received at any time, which will lcb--Li) cost or nan. Please call foi fuitber nfoimailon. CAPITAL LOAN GUA RANTEE CO, ,e29-lmo 603 F fat. if. II. K. FULTON'S Ioanofflce, l'-lS Fa. ave. uw.,moneyloauedou watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc aplb-otn LOANS MAUL ON Al'PKOVED COLLAT eral, aich as life policies, stocks, Louda, building asoclatioi shares. syndicate cer tificates, etc No delay YLKKES . BAKER, 1110 F fct. Take elevator. tf LOANS jiAUi, ON 1'tIU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 8 July 1897

THE MOBBING TIMES, THC7RSDAT, JUIiY 8, 1897. CRASH SUITS. Pienty of them here, but only the good sort Good quality crah; well cut, well made and perfect fitting All s;z s in both Wool and Linen Crash. Those ZEPHYR- WEIGHT SERGE-5 of ours are the coolest dress suit and most desirable summer garments you 'ever saw. All sizes in Blue, Black, Brown or Gra. Specially attractive line of Keijligee Shirts. Some good ones as low as 75c. Others at if $1.50 and 2. All new styles and colors. Robinson & Gbeiy Co., 12th and F Sts. 2f. W. Clothe INirii Milng. Hnt. Shoes .Gfh&ed City Brevities. Tbv Cpmmissi-jneis jnslerday dismissed the charge of conduct unbecoming an ofiiccr against Policeman Robert J. Car roll. Justice Cole yesterday issued inquisitions or lunacy to determine the mental con dition oT Kdgr Watkins, Mary Vjs.s, and IMgar Sbugruc Luwatu 1'owell, a colored hoy, liing at 1S14. Cbetei court, was badly injured in a Mcyclt nennent yefteruay. He was re moved to Freedu-an's Hospita...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

t&ime I im IIMSE BIMLfl&lL fKAS 41 an Marj?tMl.rrj tustlMrly winds. COPIES. KO. 1,207. WASHIGKTOX, 3F1UDAT JMOKXIN&, JULY 9. 1897 EltfllT PAGrP.3. OjJE CJEJNT. r WETLEH'S UlabnAbt Qrflers for His Becall Have Bsea I; HIS MPAM A I AILUEE Terrible Situation of the Span ish Arm j in Cuba. 3MEZ APPROACHING HVVANA Ihe Fall of Weyler an Admission of tlie Ifriio minions Failure of the Cuuipatga That Was to Conquer Cuba la Kin lis Penar Plata to Be Offered the Post Gomez's Great Campaign in Uuvaiia Prov ince Striking Terror Into the Hearts of the Spaniards. Havana, July 8. Gen. Wevler has been Recalled by the central government As oon at. the captain general enters. Havana from Sanctl Spiritus lie "Will tender lilb resignation, a6 is usual in Mich cases, and Trill probably await further inbtructiens tfrom Madrid. It is likely that he -will not Darn over the government of Cuba to tin second in office and start at oncv for Er.iin, as niauy captains generals have dione, lint -will r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 July 1897

THF, MOTCtflSTGr TIMS, FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1897. STDBUr lUTlMTHt HOUSE James Hamilton Lewis Again Dis turbs Reed and Ills Subjects. McMILLIN'S EFF03T FOR CUBA His Vaia Attempt to Have Time Set Apart for Consideration of the Cuban Belligerency Heolu tions Mr. Bailey Vigorously, Pe uuuiieeh the Uepublieaus Course. There was an air of expectancy about the Euiise yesterday when .Speaker Red ascended tlie throne aud banged his gavel oa the dw-t with that resumi'llng whnck with which he is accustomed to call Uie supprc-ssed House to order. Immediately itfter the n-aiUng of the Journal. Secre tary Cox. who would not delegate that duty to a subordinate, appeared at the entrant! aud aunounced th'ifc the Senate liadpassed House bill 379 "witu amend ments.' This aanounccment, -vhich was the flrt official intimation the House had that tiie struggle had finally ended, la the Senate, was greeted with cheer ou the Republican side of the chamber. Instantly Mr. Dalzeil, representing the Committee ou Rul...

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