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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

THE MOKNlNGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1897 TIE 5EUTEPR0GEEDMG5 A Bitter Attack on the Civil Serv ice Regulations. STARTED BY SENATOR ALLEN Severiil of His Colleagues Seconded HJs Itemurlts The Only One "Who Defended the Luw Wuk Mr. Lodge. Mr. Turpi e' Amendment to the Const! tutiou. The Senate indulged yesterday In an almost oac-wded denunciation of the civil service law and its administration. The matter came up in the shape or a resolu tion offered by Mr. Allen of Nebraska, directtug the Committee on Civil Service lo inquire into the dismissal of some half dozen employes, microscopists, or the Bu reau of Animal Industry, in Soutli Omaha, Neb., and instructing; the committee to examine the different brunches of the civil hervicu'lo inquire whether those dis missals were for political reasons. Mr. Alien made a long explanation of the circimif-tunces, and declared tliat these em ployes had been discharged for no other reason than because they had supported Sir. Bryan and the cause...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

THE MOKNXSTG-TIMES,. WEDNESDAY, MAECH 24.-3897 Wit &Mmta (MCXMSG, XCVJOCBCG ASD StrlCDAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. IIUTCHI.NS BUILDING NORTHEAST COKNEK TENTH AND D STS. Telephones, Editorial Rooms, Si lluslncs Oflics, 1G10 ew toi.k orncK, rooa rjsAcrr nniujKy-o I rice 1 o liiugor livening lidiiion. OnoCcnt Simday Kdltlon Thrco Cents JCciitlily, by Carrier Moniiag rnd Sunday.. ..Thirtv-fivo Cents Evening Thirty Cents JloniJitp. ) - .Evening and Fifty Cents fcuiiday, J liY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday 50o Morning and Sunday SDo Evening and Sunday ....35c VVASHINGTON.WEDNESDAY, MARCH III Complacency n si Hemedy. If, instead ot its present alleged de scriptive caption, the Dingley lill were entitled: "An Act to asfcess the people of tbe United States for me purpose of re iuiliurMug. aud rewarding certain trusts and monopolies, for monies advanced to the Republican party with which to en cry tiro late Pi evidential election: aud for other nefarious purposes," t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

THE MOKNEETQ. TIMES, WEDNESDAY,. MARCH 24, 1897 ! i Lansburgh & Bro. j I ! HERE ARE ! RIBBON BARGAINS I FOR YOU. 4-inch Double Face Satin Ribbon, in forty different shades. 35c. Quality, For i8c. yd. 5-inch Double Face Satin Ribbon, in all the new and desirable "shades. 50c. Quality, "For 25c. yd. $w(?iet. Q5SSGSSS GSSSSSSS 55S7QSSSC? I 1 w g i 8. as I 1 I 8 6? YOUR i? ft 8 6? Needs a ride in the fresh air! We ff nrf rfnilv fn furnish tin OMifinirP ? tli J minute you say the -word-no nurry about paying tlie bill a lit tle money -weekly, or moiitlily, is jill we look for. A hundred styles of carriages to select from the very ncrest or the .spring styles allprices from S5 to 50. Are ready. The neatest patterns the most durable qualities and a g greater variety tliau is shown in any other store. Ave fit them to our noor aim tacK mem iown t rree. Everything that helps to fur- n jiisli a house is here and you can Si buy it on credit cheaier tlian for cash elsewhere. Carpets made, 0 l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

. THE MOEJSING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAT2CH 24, 1897 s The World of Business. Yesterday in Wall Street. New York, .March 3. The market for securities today was dominatedby thedecis ion rendered yestord.iv by the United States Supreme Courtin the tranv'MlhSouri Freight Association case. Efforts weiu made dur ing the morning session to counteract the importance of this decibion by according buppoit to certain of the Vandcrbilt stocks, and the bulls were assisted by a rise in Chicago Gas to the best figures yet at tained, the stock named having been pur chased freely by prominent finnb on the belief that the Illinois legislature will thortly pass a bill to permit the constituent companiescomprcbingthe Chicago Gas Com pany to consolidate on legal grounds. Ah the day progressed, however . operators attached more and more importance to the Supreme Court decision, which is. now regarded ai a tcveie blow to combina tions generally, whether railroad or in dubtrinl. At this view of the .case beca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

THE MORNINGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1897 COM-IISSIOXKHS . IK DOUBT. Tlie.v "Want to Provide for nn Offi cial's Compensation. Tiic question of compensation for his ser--viecs to tbeaudltor of tlie supremo court ot the District lias raised such doubt in the minds of the Commissioners that they yes terday addicssed a letter to Senator Alll bon. chaiiman ottlie Committee on Appro priationti, asking him to Inecrt a claims to cover the subject in one of the appro priation bills. The clause provides for appropriating amounts, to be paid wholly out ot the reve nues of the District, necessary to pay the costs and other incidental expenses as uic Bet Tortli In section 3 of the act pioviding for the payment or certain claims against the District by drawback ceitificates. In cluding such foes to the auditor of theV.ii piomc court of the District fur his ser vices under the act as may be fixed and allowed from time to time by the Con in lis Kloners. Comptroller Bowler recommended the clause...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

THE MOBSttlSra TIMES, WEDNESDAY. MAHCTI 24, 1897 FULLY one-half of the pleasure of cycling consists in being properly clad. We make a specialty of cyclists' cloth ing. Have the largest and best variety of Bicycle Suits, Combination Suits, Sweaters, Bicycle and Golf Hose, Bicyc'.e Shos, Bicycle and Golf Caps. In fact everything necessary- for the proper cycling outfit, and sell them at the lowest possible prices con sistent with reliability of material and workmanship. Men's Spring Top Coats, newest styles $7.50 to $25. 12ch and F Sts. N.W. P V" l-.- ."TS.'-'te. '-'11 LOTS OF TH m ? YOU NEEB aliout the house but you can get them all here of us. e've everything that furnishes a. house the bet of it, too. Don't mis-i teeing that 10a Mattiug Kothing extra to have it laid. (( Your. Credit Is Good." 5 House & Herrmann, f 4 Liberal Furnishers, f Cor. Seventh and I Streets f BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Times for the week ended March 19, 1S97, was nt follows: Sutiirdny,...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

The Times' Circulation YESTERDAY WAS The Weather Today. title Generally fair and colder dining the day, possibly light flurries of snow In the morning; northwesterly -winds. STO. 1,102. WASmTOTOlSr, THUESDAY MOIENTNG, MAECH 25, 1897EraHT PAGES. cxne cent. & limaiAMsamu iJJEffl&jjgHUifeilv COPIES. GREEK STEAMER REPULSED Prevented By An Ironclad From Running (he Blockade. EFFORTS TO SUPPLY A FORT They llesultcd in n Fire From a Turltish "Warship Upon the Rebels. JuKurpeiitsPreimring;nii Attack on Kissatno AdniirulK Have "Wurned Them Latest lasteru News. Caueo, March 24. An Austrian ironclad today prevented a Greek steamer and a boiliug vessel from running the blockade. Another attempt vrab made ly the Turkb today to convey a supply of provisions to the fort at JlaJaxa, but the essay resulted in failure, the Turks being driven off by the iseurgents surrounding Mniaxa and pursued is thceiviroiis or teuda, where the fire rrom the Tutkibli warships compelled the rebels to retreat....

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

THE MOKgriNGr TIMES, THUESDAT, MABCH 25, 1897. 51 it helps the farmer, it helps the laboring man, it helps the ioor.muu, to .give tnem tliis prime article of food at a lover price " "If it helped the farmer," said Mr. IcMiilia, "helped the laborer, helped thei poor man, to give him this prime -article of food at a, lower price, what small we Kay or the gentlemen who come now and propose to hurt the fanner, hurt the lahorer, aad hurt the poor man by putting an additional tax; on this prime article of food?" lie also had a quotation from Mr. Dingley bimseir, ikying: "The transfer or Bugar and molasses to the free 11 tt will afford conspicuous relief to the people." "If the transfer of sugar to the free list did this, tlren," exclaimed the speaker, "its reimpositloa must afford a conspicuous burden." He proceeded tp show that the pro posed tariff gave the sugar trust a greater advantage than the one-eighth differential. Sir. Dingley interrupted,, asking for the facte upon which this 6l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

j-s-gr-sw?"-'"vrv V)-i3il$ht$r2-?fa-'? r THE MOUSING TIMES, 'THURSDAY," MABCH 25, 1897. 8 THE MBlinDI TREATY The Senate Refuses to Fix a Time For a Final Vote. TIIE OPPOSITION CONFIDENT Alter Anotlier TVeek'a Debate AH Amendments Are to Ho Put to u Vote Mr. Morgan Millies an Horn's Speech in Advocacy of the Chilton Amendment. An agreement was reached ia tlie ex ecutive session yesterday afternoon on an hour for voting ou the amendments to tin general treaty of arbitration between the United States and Great Britain, but con cent to an agreement for the final vote was refubed. At 2 o'clock uast Wednes day the ole will be taKeii on the amend ments then pending, and the treaty, In its then shape, is to be printed for the uec of tiie Senate the nevt day. At 4 o'clock on Thursday, following, the vote Ib to be taken upon all amendments that may be offered in the meantime, and tills will be the last of the rotes on proposed amendments. From that time the debate will proceed on the treaty p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

-- arsr . -sr, v. - THE aiOKOTNKOTMES, EEDUjRSDAY, JtfARCH25, 1897. j ,i"r -v. 3 fflmts (McBXTXG, EVEXIXG AND SUNDAY) iByTHE WASHINGTON TIMES Go. HUTCHLNS BUILDING 'XConiHEAST COKKXR TrjJTlI AKP D Sts. lelepbcncs Editorial Rooms, 8U Kuslncs Office, 1640 ?EW -10EK OFFICE, VO0U TltACT UUILDINQ "Jticc j:o ulng or Evening lidition, OneCciit Sunday Kdltioii lhreo Cents ,Kciuhly; by Carrier Morning and Sunday.. ..Thirty-five Cents Evening Thirty Cents 2l01Illllg. ) JE oiling and Fifty Ce:ts fruiiday, ) IiY -MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday SOo .Morning and Sunday .. 35o Evening and Sunday 35o WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 25. The Democratic Chuinpiou. The Democratic answer to, and its de fiance of, the Dingley trust infamy was delivered in the House of Representatives yesterday, by the Hon. Benton McMillin of Tennessee, the oldest Democratic mem ber of the Ways and Means Committee, and the representative leader ou the Moor. The words of Mr. McMillin always de erve aud demand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

wsrSD""3, " " c r ' THE MOKNIQ TEVfiES,' THURSDAY, MABCH 25, 18S?T. V tSf' !-'7v B- .-'. '' 2 Lansburgh & Bro. ? THIS WRAPPER m i $1.98; Wade of excel- lent quality French Percale in alldesirablesliadcs bright and styl- J Ish. Lined lo the waist with a scpa- ! rate body lining-. j Watteau back. 4 full front, wllh ( wide girdle, i Largebretellesover I shoulders, edgei ! with a dainty rurfle and novelty J braid. Neat turn-over collar, J 9 bishop sleeves. Extra width t skirt, full length, with deep hem. J Your size is here. We can fit you , j ir you wear a 32 or a 46, or any a size between. ( 5 Special Price $1.98. ! W 420, 422, 424, 42f 7 th SI. qqssssss csssssss ssss 53 SQ I Credit I Free! ir you will make Inquiry about our prices and our way of doing business, it won't take you long to see tlie folly or paying cash Tor Furniture and Carpets. "Ve KNOW tliat our prices arc lower tlian tnosc of the cash houses and you can satisfy yourself on thispoint by a glance at our price-tags ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

xb -tS-CrzZ "" -rr- ' ?'..-. 6 TOE MORiSIG TIMES, THURSDAY, 3TAUCH 25, 1897, rfvipoiffi-e The World-of Business. "Wall Street Yesterday. New York, March 24. Depression char acterized trading at the fstock Exchange during the greater part or the day, the recent decision by tlie United States Su preme Couttiu the Trans-Missouri Freight Association case having created a de cidedly bearish feeling on securities. Re ports that several 'Western roads -were ready to withdraw from various freight sad passenger associations, in accordance with tlie Supreme Court ruling, started heavy liquidations in tlie hhares of the roads referred to. These issues -were ni06t pronounced in the downward movement, and at one time showed losses of 2a2 5-S per cent. Rock Island, and Builingttm and Qumcy bore the brunt of the attack. The general llht declined anywhvic rrom 1-2 to 2 1-4 per cent. Tennessee Coal, Louis ville and XaMiville, Pig Four, Western "Union and Southern Railway leading. Eondon houses at fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

MoyKr wAyrBn axd to lqa. MONEV. AT FIVE PER CENT. To loau on Washington City ieul ebtate. No delay. HE1SKELL & McLERAN, 1008 F st. nvr. LOANS MAH15 ON FUHN1TCTHK I no uses, etc. Loans maao on Furniture, Pianos, "Pbcs, Wagons, etc. at lowest rates and qt iekest possible time. Strictly confidential. 1 lease call belore securing loans Bowierc. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 010 F' street northwest. WANTED A row months loan of $100; goo-1 r-ccurity. Address SECLKirx, this office. i . ..... . i . .,:,.,r.n iiit.t.fr car- riers. and private parties; from B t" , ?5U. uau uoom o, wiiuai "i'i .. i ana P.-i. nve.; office open unUl 8 p. m. inli"53t juo'ney. To loan to Govcrnmiml employes, Kdiool teacher, ptJiceMKMi, lottcr-cjir rieis and private parties, V"Si t- .wl on indorsed notes and oi "?" tj , no aelav when security is tatisractoiy. tox 4d, tills orncc. niii-4-.c LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. b.tj l-sandis pur cent. mh20-lm GaSCH BROS., 130FsUn w. LOANS negotiated on btocks, bonds, old line l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 March 1897

THE MOENllSTGr TIMES, THUJRSBAT, MARCH 25, 1897. 8 FULLY one-half of the pleasure of C3rcling consists in being properly clad. We make a specialty of cyclists' cloth ing. Have the largest and best variet3r of Bicycle Suits, Combination Suits, . Sweaters, Bicycle and Golf Hose, Bicyc'e SIioss, Bicycle and Golf Caps. - In fact ever3T thing neces sar3r for the proper cycling outfit, and sell them at the lowest possible prices con sistent with reliability of material and workmanship. Me-n's Spring Top Coats, newest styles $7.50 to $25. 12?h and FSts. N.W. 45 S 8 1 S Of 8 3 i (S 8 43 VI 49 a I I 41 P 4 s s 8 S 4? s s 8 s All Of the .Spring-weight Clothing which We carried over from Last season is being Sacrificed along with Our regular stock. We shall remove to our New building about April 1. In the meantime We shall sell this stock Right down to the bare Counters. Not a Suit Nor a Coat shall ever See the new store. s s $ H 8 H. DYREHFORTH & CO., 621 Pcnna. Avenue N. W., Under Metrop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

THE TIMES' CIRCULATION YESTERDAY WAS line. Fair "weather; freezing In tlie morning, followed by slowly rising temperature; light to fresh northwesterly winds. jiimfa;i;i;i!PB8iiiiijipWPiil COPIES. 3SO. 1,103. AYASHIraTOlSr, 2TJRIDAY MORSTENG, MATJCH 26. 1897 EEGHT PAGrES. CXNE CENT. THE WEATHER. s-.a.fe6s 38,210 FIGHTING AROUND IMS Insurgents Have Captured the Town and Fired Houses. THE TUKKS ARE OUTCLASSED Driveu From the Bloclthoue by the Greeks Dynamite "Used to Demolish IIoum'S- British Hijti- lamlers Came Xcur Hehig F.red lT)on Ju Guild lu. Canca, March 25. The fighting in the ricinity of Malaxa continued throughout (the day. It was especially desperate at 3 o'clock this afternoon in the village of Tsicalaria, where the insurgents set fire to a number of Turkish houses. The insurgents are now occupying Ma laxa. The European warships shelled them tiiis afternoon, the firing lasting t,en min utes. The insurgents, however, held their ground close to the ruins of the bltck- "house ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

THE MORNING TlESSf .FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1897. Q recelvedattcation fromi our liarty c cnlonp betorc luo inauguration or another Ohio man as President. Senatoi Wolcott was teut to Europe to see w liat arrangement could be made Tor an international mone tary cotiieicnce. One would think, from Frc&ldent McKinlej's inaugural addiess, tliat this was more important than the tariff mcabiire But we are told that the mouetar.v commission asked for by the President will not be appointed until .De cember neM: -not until the trusts hav e been witibfied, and possibly a few more bond issues arranged with the gold sjndlcate ' Mr Leatz s-nd tlie Republican part Had dropped the use or a woid from their -vocahularj -a word written bj them on all the walls of the country before No - ember 3-that beautiful word, "Conn dence ' "It seems.," said he, "that up to the 3d or November thc.v vvero m tlie confidence business Tliei w ere confidence men m everv sense " (Laimhler In closing lie quoted Tallej rand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

THE aiOBNING TIMES, FRIDAY, MABCH 26, 1897. 3 T T3 ' . -u. J i -, fi BLUE-BLOQDED BLUEGOAT German Baron Gels on the Cap itol Police Squad. A '"FORTUNE COMING TO HIM Peculiar Terms of His Mother's Will CoiilcL Him to Serve Ton Tears in Government Service. Jle Fought Jn u Duel unci Is There fore a Fugitive From Justice. Among the recent acquisitions to tlie police force of Washington is one whose interesting history makes liltn one of the mostunique personages among tho"finest.'! He-'Js Duron John L. Yon Muegge, a nobleman of the Gorman empire, and an heir by the will of his mother to a large estate in the Fatherland. Harou Von Muegge is a. member of the Capitol police. Tile baron was not inclined to follow the precepts of his mother, the late Baroness Marie Josephine von Muegge, twin Countess of Holzendorr, in the King dom or Saxony, Dresden, Germany, in his his-youth, and it is largely due to this fact' Mint lie will do police duty at the Capitol. Jie came dangciously near placing a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

THE MOKSHOra TIMES,- FIODA Y, - MAJJCH 20, 3897. be iS2sAsL,2iime (MoI'MJG. LVEXING ANJ "5UXDAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS BUILDING XvoiniiFA&T conj.nn Tem-it axd d Sts. ltlcplioncs Ftlitonal I!onm, -SS1 I ushicss Oflice, IG10 JM lorK orHCE,tfKK)TItACT UUIT.DINO Tilcc J'o nlng or Evening Edition. OucCcnt SuihHj Fdition .....'lhreo Cents llcjitlilj, b Carrier Monii-'R mil Sunday.. ..Thirtv-fivo Cents Evcitiiijr Unity Cents Monnnp. 1 Ev cuing ami Fifty CtisTS bundaj, ) BY 31A1L POSTAGE PREPAID Morning Evening and Sunday 50c Morning and Sunday 3Go EvcnlnKaiidSunUiv ..3Go Washington, tbiday. march 20 'J Hide Fnder n Revenue Tariff. Under the opeiatiun or a recnue taiirr law our foicign ttade is shovvingnn en couraging ir-crease. In rebiuar tlie v alue or tlie export mo c-nicnt amounted to $79, 773,3'iS, :in increase ovei the hame period In 1S96 or 2 6 per cent; over February, 1895, or Jl per cent, and over February, 181 1, or 21 per cent. Tlie excess or ex port ei imports...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

THE MOBSTOiTQ TIMES, FRIDAY, MAUCH 26, 1S?T. k. G-ROSVENQR'S dream MtfcfV -.-. .-.-' 8 SENATOR TILLftl GALLED MRS. WINSLOW'S READING men, he placed hl3 boy In a college la Dublin, Ireland, and la educating htm for the priesthood. Lansburgh & Bro. TODAY IS , REiTNANT DAY ! X)n Our Third Floor. Here are thousands of yards of Efood, desirable merchandise marked at a fraction of tlieir worth. An excellent opportunity for the frugal housekeeper. Here are a few of the man' : One lot Wamsutta, Lonsdale and Prido of the West Muslin, For 6$c yard. One lot Birdeyo Remnants, in different ividths, For 3c yard. One lot? 12c Silesia, For 4c yard. One lot Dressmakers' Cambric, For 22 c yard. Eest quality Apron Gingham, For 4c yard. f 420, 422. 424, 426 7th St. fcll:vr,ie5 Pii"l"iil"l "l"li VjrNWOvN fl" ZavTBS vklJt'JdJylW' g 8 I it a WWi (7 you will make Inquiry about our prices and our way of dcing business, it won't take you Ions to see tlie folly of paying cash for Furniture and Carpets. We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 March 1897

6 TILE MORNING TIMES. :ftRTrDAY, 3IAHCH 26, 1897, s Tie World of Business. YcsttTduy iu "Wall Street. New York, March 25. -There was a material falling ofr in the volume of busi ness at the Stock Exchange today, the Kileb of stocks amounting to 136,392 shares., against 335,000 Minrcb on yester day. Siicculation throughout was fever ish and uiibcttlcd, and the tendency of prices was downward. Professional oper ators generally -were arrayed on tiie short bide or the account, but here and there evidences -were plain of covering by im portant interest.-,. One broker supposed to. be connected -with Kccne interests, bought 5,000 shares or Sugar and 4,000 bharcs or Jersey Central. These purchases, however, had little influence on the gen eral market. London also turned up as a liberal bujer of St. I'aul and otlierstocks, taking fully 8,000 shares or'rne former. Local traders ignored these developments and at eacli advance put oat moderate lines. The decision or the United States Su preme C...

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