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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

1i Gjwhtwo if THE IDIS Yaar&j WEATHIR PROBABILITHS. WAS For tho District of Columbia, showers followed by fair, northwesterly winds. C0PIE3. JsTO. 1,211. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. Qfittun STRIKE CRI5I5J5 HT HID Men in the Palatine Mines, West Virginia, Go to Work. TUE SITUATION HINGES THERE Trouble Likely to Begin "When Coal !, Moved, as Ohio Miucrs Sny They Will Not Penult It to Pu-s Through That StateMilitia Is Heady for Active Service. rart:erfcburg,W.Va.,Julyl2. Theeilsls la the coal miner's strike has been readied -it occurred this morning when tlie minors In the r.i!atine Mines resumed work, the operators giving a general five cent ad vance to all miners of that region as Ihe result Of the correspondence between Supt On and President Lee, of Baltimore The miners requested a ten cent rise on Satur-la- and quit work until I'reMdeut Lee could be heard from. T hsy returned to work tills morning. The v.liolc btrike hinges on the West Virg...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

THE MORNIN'G TIMES, TUJESDAT, JULY 13, 1897. COIL DEALEHSFEEL EASY No Danger of a Famine in TTasb ington, They Say. GETTING SUPPLIES AS USUAL TJra-w Their Stock Chiefly From Maryland and West Virginia. Should the Strlhe Extend to Tliem It 3lgln Cause Trouble, but That Is Not Considered Probable. There is no cause for rear on the pa" bl TOHrtiington folks thai they will not have a full supply of coal to last the venter Tucre Is plenty of it in town new, and tons or it are coming in etery day. Of course, a strike of the magnitude which tl-e existing one is assuming is a borious anair, but. happily, it is centered iu a portion or tne country from which ery little of tlie District's bupply is brought. According to late advices, over 2011,000 men aie at present involved. but the trouble confined to the sort-coil miners exclusively. The local dealers, have been keeping them selves btcadlly Informed upon the bttlke and have maintained a constant communi cation with the mines from which the...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

THE M01?.SrmO: TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1897 ,x PBHATE GUIMS DEFERRED Mr. Ilale Offers to Provide for All Next Winter. THE UNION PACIFIC SCHEME llr. Morgan Millies a Great Speech. Attacking tlie Fitzgerald Coii. mittee Succeeds iu Preserving Public Money Intact Hawaiian Treaty In the Senate Today. The Pacific railroad interests, that is bo far as they arc the same as tne in terests of its committee oa reorganization, received a check yesterday in the Senate. Mr. Morgan made a speech of three and a hal' Hours in length, in which he at tacked the agieemeat said to have been made between the President and ihe reorganization company, of which Louis Fitzgerald is chairman. Mr. Moigau's contention was largely mat ail moneys, such as the item of $1G,000 In the bill payable Into the sink ing fund of the railroad, should he so paid as not to fail into the hands of the new organization. Mr. Morgan did not mince woids when talking about the re organization scheme. The debate ended by Mr. Hule ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

TILE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1897. &)t jseAss. 23mc tMCRHIKG, EVEHTITG AHD SUNDAY.) TIT JHE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPffi, TILS02f EUTCEOTS.-Fresilent. 1.TJTCH1XS DUILDIXti. Eew Ycrk Office: 2000 Trect BuUdlns:. subscription rates. Monthly, by Cakk er : lorning. Evening and Sunr'av.. Fifty Cents Morning nntlSumlay ...Tliirty-flvo Cents' Eveulug and Sunday ..... -Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Tosr.Moniui, Et emng and Sunday. $ 53 Sir Month. " - " aCO Three Mouths, " " " 1.75 One Year. Morning and Sunday. 4.00 Six Month. " " ...2.-5 ThiseMontbs. " . 1.-25 One 'Year, Evening and Sunday . -MO SlxIontlis " " 2.2 Three Months. " 135 Sunday only, ono year . .1.00 Orders by mail lunst tie accompanied by sub scription price. TiXCTnoxESj Editorial ltooms,4SG; Busi ness Office. IGSO. Circulation Statement. The circulation of THE Times for the Kiel: ndcd Saturday. July 10, 1S97, icas as feuevs? Ewdav, July 4 ........ .24y$03 Xcnoai. July 5 33,410 TvctSay JuliG. 39.270 Wcilsi&Sat', ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

the MOErnsra TorES, Tuesday, july 13, 3897. !?3n33S33333333BSEE3333EEEC c E E ljaitsliurgrli & Bro. C E i WHITE GOODS B ARE MOVING. R " " " """"" """ Is it a wonder when we sell s White Goods right in the H height of the season way g below the prices? b ISc quality 40-inch b India Linon 12cycl. es I 37c quality Wfde e wale Pi a ue for p skirts and suits.... 30c yd. 5 25c quality r npea ana n k Checked Dim Sty. ...19c yd. Thsss come eltlier in single or g cluster strifes aad checks ars pj sheer and line -suitable for E waists, dresser, etc. This ma- 5 terial is 32 inches -wide. B B Q E E E 2 R I W)Wck G Anr Afi Ai Air. Till t n a B33333333333323333B333S333 SOCIETY NOTES. Viscount ile Panto rhyrso, Uie minister from rortugal, has returned from an ex tended northern trip, and ia stopping at the Chevy Chase Inn Mr. William T. nuseinati. of Plain View Cottage, St. Mary's county, Md., gave a ball Friday evening last, in honor of Ills guests, Mies Lillie 'Gibson. Miss Clara Phelp-. Mis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

THE atOBJSTIKG TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1897. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7th St. Hen's Suits, Some of these sold for $10 and $12. Others reduced to $6. 25. Linen Suits that are not afraid of the wash tub for $3.50. Plenty of "feather weight" Coats in Alpacas, Silks, Serges, Flannels, Crashes, etc. Lower than elsewhere, of course. PARKER, BRIDGET & GO. Clothiers, 31 5 7th St. You wouldn't try to set a broken limb-that's a doc tor's business. Bring your broken bicycles to us. ScieuUtic repairers. G. L, HALEY. John 1. Murpliy, Mgr. 003 15 St. Nw. AM'S HOKS INN is the ilace to bz cool in. ' is a i liar mini ride out past Brooklaud "L. & R." ROUTE. -417" NINTH BATHING SUITS. SAKS SAYS No other bouse does, ever did, or ever -Kill sell such sterling qualities at Ktich low prices as wo quote. Sheepsheud Bay Summaries. New York, July 1 2 Shcepshead Bay summaries: Firbt race Six furlongs. Chum, 107, Ecberer, 4 to 1, won; Winged Foot, 102, Thorpe, 4 to 1, second; Hanwell...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

THJ3arOTJjNTrNa TIMES, TUjESDAT, JULY 13, 1897. ,. MONTY WANTED ANT TO LOAN. 11 ONES TO LOAN A NEW FLAN 510 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, WAN OS, ORGANS, HORSES.CARRIAG ES, WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession of owner Wqa offer ion the LOWEST KATES and EASIEST TERMS. No uclay, you will receive the money within a lev.- iiouib after making applica tion for it Pa moots on Ite principal, of any amount, will Lc iccciveil at any lime, winch will lew-cu cost of lean. Please call lor fuither information. CAPITAL LOAN ULAILA.NT EECO., 3e20-ln.o 002 F bt. nw. LOANS iroui S5 to JJ50 to reliable parties; Mouev advanced ou bicycles. Loom fc, Central Bunding, cor. Oth and Fa ave. nw. jjU-'t 11. K. FULTON'S loauorrice, 1218 Pa. ave. nw.,inoiieyloanci on watches, diamond, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. aplO-bm LOANS MAUE ON APPROVED COLLAT eral, Ui.-l as lire policies, ,toeks, bonus, building association shares, synuicatecsr tincaies, etc No Uel.iv YERKEo ,V BAKER. 1110 F tt. Take...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 July 1897

.8 THE MOB17I29G- TIMES, TUESDAY, JUXiY' 13, 1897. It is Your own fault If you suffer with lite lieut vrtierj you can et sneli comfortable gormeots as our ZKIU1YIMVKIGIIT SERGES. Tliey are light (whole ult -weigha only one and a hall pounds). Ttiey are tomforruule. They are durable und they are dressy. 1'our colors Kuvy Blue, Brown, lilaelt and Giay. Your size in each color. All other thm wearables for Men and Boy-. Hfg variety of the projer btyle and qualities at jiro;ier j) rices. Robinson. & Oliery Co., 12 th and F Sts. X. W. Clothe. Turn t-inig. II.it ft. Allocs. City Brevities. Captain O'Xeill -will be examined at the nuvy yaid tody for iromouou Sue K. Stewn.it jesterday entered suit for Arurcc against Will am J Stewart Tlie ppf rs were ordered in the safe by the court The Kannc Barracks Baseball Club. captwne-1 by Diutniuer J'gUsFler, will ltav a match game with a civilian plcUed tai on Saturday morning at the bar racks grounds "Wilvin Gilmer, colored, asVcd Bandoriaj UoOu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

miEER PStBABtUTiiS. Tin Ctreahtea of THE TIHI3 Yesterday WA3 I er unc tmmami, m t iiimiumiiu raewrrs. 40,1 jmtHMy flittering Wedttetday t-ftemoen or aij-ht, variable winds, beoomlag nnitli westariy. v COPIES. IsO. 1,21: WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY MORNINGr, JULY 14, 189T-EIGHT PAG-ES. ONB CEJST. iDhc mimt& MARCHING WITH GOMEZ The Times Correspondent Joins the Cuban General. MOVING TOWARD HAVANA The Cuban Says, the Only Sort nf "War "Weyler Kuuw.i How to Make Is a "War of Lie JlueV-Not IVaut 3UcKiuIey Houic-Ilule Solution. Host Have Independence. "j Cardenas, Frovldcncc of Matanzas, Cuba, July 7. Tlie correspondent or The 'Wash ington Times, after traveling on horsebick clgnt dayb from the City ct Caidenos, on the oorlli coast of Matanzas, Joined the column of Gen. Gomez, on the east side of the Uiver Hanabaua. Gomel's force, about 2,000 strung, mostly cavalry, was watch ing the movements of the Spanish column of G.000, under Viscaya, and marching westward toward Havana. Uen.Carnllo wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

2 THE MOBSngTG TIMES, W35 PISTES PAT, JULY 14, 1897. DEFICIENCY BILL PISSES A Successful Fight Against the Proposed Armor-Plate Steal. SENATOR HALE'S ADMISSION He I Forced to AeUuovledg;e That the Armor-Pluto Concerns Have the Government by- the Throat. A Striking ,Kumplc of tho lv er of the Trust. Tk delHiency Hpiwoprtcttw WH vr pwtod It. Ue Scuato yotnly, tntf, i IVftfeOOt. ft lg, stTttUg, KMd SMCWJWfWl fight HJide agninst tUe iwoiMsst wrwwr jUAe steal. This right w Iwuiswrateil l Senator IiuUer, of VwlU CrUtt. md be oh1bcum1 It with groat forc awl Imewieclgt of the Mibjeet Tho retell wm one of Uie most dectstve of the sslu against the exactions of ouwblues Mr. IrtiUcr wn asdsled very ably by Mr Tillman, Mr. Allen and Mr. Chandler. Oai: or the tuo-l entertaining and edl fying irldets or the delwte w the forced admission of Mr. Hale that the -armor plate concerns had the Government by the throat; that either the Government most abandon itb design or building this proposed three bat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

THE MOlMmre TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1897 DUR1N0 THE VACATION Doctor KcCoy Gives the Uniform Rate of $3 a Monti Till Omed. This Applies to All Patients and All Diseases. Only during tlic summer could Doctor .McCoy possibly make the rate or $3 a month, covering Dentness and all dis eases. Since the establishment of his ua Uoual practice In Washington his patients liave so constantly grown in number that he lias orten seriously considered the ad visability or limiting their number and raising his lees charging a fee eomewbat in proportion to the service rendered. Tlie ouly reasons -vvlileli enable Doctor SIcCoy to give tlio $3 rate for the summer ruoutlis are: First, because it Is tlie vacation seusuu, tlie seasou -when so many of Lis regular patients are outuf tmva aud, Second, because one inoiitU'rs treat ment Jn summer, -when nature In every way aids the ihyslclan, is worth two moutlis of most enrelut treatment during the severe weather of Fall, Wiuter and Spring. Dr. McCoy's Rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

THE MOEOTFG TIDIES, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1807. 4 re. Stmed IM0E3TC3G, EVSaDTG ASD EUSDAY.) BY IE WASHIHGTQH TIMES COMPffi, STItSGlT HUTCHIH5, President. 1-UTCHINS BUILDING. Titvr Text Ofiic: 2000 Tract BnUdlnc. subscription rates. ilojcrntr, uv Caeh. ek: iteming. Evening and gun&w.. Fifty Cents Slanting and Bandar ....TIlrtv-8ve Centa Evening awl Sunday .Tfclrtr-Sve Cents BY" MAIL. One Ycw.Morliig. Evening and Scnday, S50 BixMcstu. - 3.00 Three Months; " " 1.75 One Year. Morntitganil Sunday...... ...... -CGO Mr Month. " " - - S5 Th-ec Months, " ..JJ25 One Year. Evening aiulSrinday..........4.t0 Bix Mouths. - - i2- Three Months, " " ....J.25 Sunday oiUy. oneyrar ......................1.00 Orders by :uail meat be accompanied by sub "scrlptiou price. 'XEirnosTta : Editorial Eoaais, 456 ; Bnsf pessOflicc.hjf.0. Circulation Statement. 27c drciuatlon of Tim Totes for the xueJ- atded Saturday. July 10, 1837, vas as fcuoics: tvr.Car, July 4 24.40S X'astor. JkV 5. - 33,410 Tuesday, July ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

- K2"iQ"a55iS3 SS5Q 5S5SGS5Q Lansburgh & Bro. g r & I Continuation of il 8 Our Marlc-clown Sale a . in "Wasli Fabrics. s t..i. i nnn ,.n,4.-. tnt- u In Figures, Dots and S Linen Effects 4?cy, 7c for the balance of our 12Hc Indian 41 45 Dimities. for the choice of & Lappet Lawns, In- jj dian Dimities, Cord- ti elettes, Fedora Cords. -Regular g S9c S TO. 3 prices. T2c, 15c, tf g and 18c & -Ssine of the bitterns among: these 63 g coxpare favorably with the highest g tW Pi-H-Cl 15UUJD iUdUC. J.A1CJ ttlWSi;4WU 9 gezteel cools. I CcmiiU) 49 crvs0 I -420, 422, 424, 426 Tin St. 7k t GSM SBSQSKroSSSS "Wonderful prices E?.U.;Ij4;.-. at EISKNMANN'S e 3 U ! I O I !1 g iujTtuat. Sale. :S3 ROBERT KEELING, PAINTER OF .MINIATURES, Removed to 932 F Street, Boom 3.3. Jmlrvciicm tc n XtuiiteS doa rrerjr oioruitm :g FANCY HARD WOOD SCREEN DOORS Any size, 1.10. limitation Walnut. OOc Brooklyn Gas Uange, $5 put up. 2-"Hole Gas Stove, 61. Gas Stove Oven, double llnod, 61. "Mason's "Fruit J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

6 THE MORNIKG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULT 14, 1897. PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Clothiers, 315 7 th St. A small lot of Men's "swell" White Flannel and Silk Alpaca Suits will be closed out at nearly half. AwfuFdressy. Parker, Bridget &. Co., CIiiUiIoi-k. 311 Till M "L & R." ROUTE. 4V SIXTH BATHING i-UiT-. shade coo. drinks a loicly riJo jasi llrooil n '. RAM'S HORN LNTX. .n'i' wiim. Cleaned and Crated inpci feci order for sh ipping for ....oaf dollar. Better titan hating ovr trlt eel da ma qed on the ru u- ....ioad. GEO L. HA LEI'. Jo'm P. ITarplur, Mnr , GOS E SL 3. 11. SHAMROCKS WIN EASILY Sonthsider Xorcum 3Iows Down the Strong Bureaus. He Keep Their Hits Xicely Seut- tcred and 3. Steady "Vitb. ileu on lJafe Norouin was too much for the Bureaus jostsrdhj atteinoon, and after an ev ciUng (outest, the Shamrocks won by a bnic of V to 4 at National J'aiK. lle victoro are a husky lot of hall tovuib and imply put the Bureaus In the pocket from the Mart. Wlnkcliuan benan to pitca, and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

, TOib THB MOKOTtfG TIMES DjNTESDAY, JULY 14, 1897. 8 -v- JIOXKV WAyTED AND TO LOAy. uony"to loan a new flan 510 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS. HORSES, CARKIAG ES, "WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession of owner "We eau orrcr ou the LOWEST KATES and EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will lecetve tlie money within a lew nouit after making applica tion for it. I'sMneutb on tl-c pniKii.nl, of any amount, will lie lctelvcd at any tune, which will lessen cost ol loan. 1'leasc call for fuither iiiformatlon. CAP1TALLOAN GUARANTEE CO., JeStl-l mo 002 F bt. nw. LOANS rrom $5 to S50 t-o reliable parties; Money advanced on bicycles. Koom fc, Central Building, cor. 9th and Pa aye. uw. jyiJ-t U. K. FULTON'S loauorncc,121SI'u. ave. uw., monev loaned ou watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. aplO-oin LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT eral, fut-n ut lire policies, utocks, l-oude, buildiug association 6liaies, byudicate cer tificate, etc No Uilay YERHRb & BAKER, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 July 1897

5, Trfe THE MOKNIKGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1897. It is Your own fault ir you suffer with the lieut when you can .get sacli comfortable garments as our XRPHYK-AVEIGIIT SEHGES. They nre light (whole suit wehihs only one uud n half pounds). They are comfortable. They are durable and they are dressy. Four colors 2vavy Blue, llrown, lllack and Gray. Your size in each color. All other thin wearables for Men and Boys. Big variety of the prober styles uud qualities at prober prices. EoMnson & Cliery Co., 12th and F Sts. X. W. CIoIIiok. Furn Mt'iiKH- Hat. RIioor. m$at& f! City Brevities. ' Cronei llannuctt yeM.erdny save a. cer tiHwtte or death in the can; cf the white Infant wlwse Lody was found flouting in tin river. Hepromitativa "V. C Arnold, of the Tweuty-ffiglitU Pennsylvania district, was Midoenly railed Itome yesterday ty n lele giam announcing tlic dangerous illness or his wire Frank Otis, or Mlllcrd, Me., was found at Connecticut avenue and L htiecteaily yo-bterday mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 July 1897

lu Crjfctae rf THE THIS Yesterday UAfHSR PfiMIMIS. i WAS 40g471 copies Tor lo IHttrUt or CwlwwUhi. Maryland and Virginia, fain no obsHgoln tonipum' lure; Fouttrwerterly -winds. StO. 1,213. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY MOKNINGr, JULY 15, 1S9T EIGrHT PAGES. ONE CE.NT. mht mmt& U lESERIOiHJiS BREAK Twelve Million Gallons of Water Thunder Down a Ravine. SEVEN PERSONS' LIVES LOST Four CliUilren, Two "Women and One Alan the Victims-Heroism Shown iu the Face o the Flood. A Motber'n Vain Uffort to Save -2Jer Child. New York, July 14. The two dams that held" the water In the Melsiugah reTvoir, 500 feet up on tiie Fisbkill 1. contains, south of the village of FishklU, broke, one after the other, shortly after 2 o'clock this morning, and the twelve lllliou gallous of water stored Ifi the reservoir, thus buddeiily xel eased, went roaring and thundering, like a fcmall Niagara, down a mountain ravine a thous and yards to the Hudsou. There was a brickyard in its path aud, besides this, two frame build...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 July 1897

THIS MORyiNG TITLES iTPPSDAY, JUXY 15, 1897. PHBL HILTBT HISSIHG Disappeared From Her Home hnddenly a Week Ago. THOMAS 0. ANDEIhON ACCUSED SIio llode Away on Her Ilicyelo ami Tins Not Been Seen iWM Mr. Ar. tleruu Denle All Knd-vvludm of Her "Whereabouts IH-Trealnieut Is Alleged. Within a few -weeks two daughter have disappeared from tlic home of Mr. Louis Maltby at; 90S L"btreet northwest The youngest or his three girls left, home some weeks ago and has not returned Bit whereabout are how known, but ru ieaim for her leavmgaiul Tor her continued absence is given The second runaway dauglOer. .jaibs Pearl Maltby, left home on Wednesday night a week ago, and lias not yrt tioen louad, nor as yet aie there HHre than very slight clews. Miss Peart Maltby, the heroine of the fcecond romance, weal Ja so abrupt and ho peculiar a manner that lief disappear ance is causuig mU(tU interested coimneut uuluiMtie. On Wedaewlay afternoon, a week ago, bc went for a bicycle ride vftti a young man tiamed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 July 1897

THE MOKlsriSTG TIMES, THJJ.BSpAY, JULY 15, 1897 P BEPUBLIGANS FILIBUSTER The Wish to Avoid Action Ou the Pacific Railroads Matter. MORGAN MAKES THE CHARGE Ur. Genr, Chairman of tlie Pacific Hnilroads Committee, lodlijnaiirly but Ineffectively 31a Ues Denial. llarh Criticism of tlie Deal Hade bv President Cleveland. " Tbedsvelopments in the Senate yesterday demonstrate that the Republicans will per mit the passage of only such legislation tills session as fceems convenient for tli-ir party or ample enough to.pay that party's debts. There were Federal important mat ters to come before the Senate yesterday, namely, the Tacific Railroad resolution of Senator Harris, the Hawaiian treaty and the Berry resolution that this Government- shall- demand tlie release of Oiia .Melton and incldentaUy other American prisoners In Cuba. Tiie Pacific Railroad resolution was perhaps the least important of the.-e, but i, came up Sirt and was blocked from a JittJe arter noon until the adjourameut of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 July 1897

THE MORNING TXMEBfl TJTORSDAY. JULY 15, 1897. Simtd (MORHIHG. EVEHIBG AKD SUHDAY.) by THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPM, TILS0!I EUTCHIirS, President. . HUTCH IKS BUILD IX a. Eew Tork Office: 2000 Tract Buildinc SUBSCRIPTION BATES. HoKrair, v Cabceu : Morning, Erenmg and Sunday.. Fifty Conts Morning and Sunday Thirty-five Cents , Evening and Sunday Thirtx-uve.Cents Br MAIL. One YejpOIorning, Evening and Sunday, 53 50 Eix Month. " " 8.00 Three Months. " 1.75 OneTc&r. Morning and Sunday, -J.00 Six Month. " .. " " i5 Three Months. " ..'...,..' 1.25 Ono Year, Evening and Sue day .....A.IQ Six Months, " ' " 2.25 Three Months. " " " L25 Sunday only, onoycxr 1.00 Ordursby mail must be accompanied by sub tcription price. TEX.CPUONES: Editorial Rooms, 45(1; Busi ness Office. 1GS0. Circulation. Statement. , TI.e circulation of TirE TratES or the vecl: aided Saturday. July 10. 18D7, teas as foUotcs: tvnday, July 4 24,408 ITontatj, July 5. , 35,410 Tuesday, July 6 39,270 IVtunctday, July!. 39,090 ...

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