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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

THE 3IOKJSTNG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, XTTLY 21, 1897. SIONhl WAXTED AND TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN A NEW PLAN 510 TO ?l,000TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 1'IANOS, ORGANS, HORfeES.CARRlAU E3, WAGONS. ETC., without jemovalf rom possession or o-ftner Wo can orrer you theLOWEST RATES mid EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will lecelvc ttie money within a lew houisnfiei making applica tion for it. ravmentB on the principal, ot anv nmount, will be received at any time, which will lcsen cast or loau. Please call for faither nfoimatlon. CAriTALLOAN GUARANTEE CO.. jc29-lmo bua F st. nw. LOANS fiom S5 to 500 to reliable parlies; money advanced on uiejcies. wm . . Ceutial Building, cor atb aud Pa.e-nv. JV-"'' ' U.K. FULTON'S loanofflce, 1218 Pa ave. n w . moneyloaned ou w atcaea. diamonds, jewelry, silver ware, etc. np-b-bm LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT cinl. sucn as lire policies, btocks, bonds, building assoemtwj shares, syudlcate cer tillcates, etc. No oelay lllKLs. & BAKES, 1110 F et. Take elevator. ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 July 1897

) 8 THE MORJSriyq TIMJES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 3897, Shoe Prices Reduced. 20 per- cent off of the regular price for any pair of Shoes in the store. Positively not a pair reserv ed. All the Russets, all Calf and Kangaroo, all Patent Leathers, all the Canvas, and all Bicycle Shoes included, at 20 per cent off of regular prices. Some small lots of broken plzcs of 56. $5, 54 and $3 0 Shoes, to close, $i-90 per pair. All seasonable and serviceable wearables for men and boys. Satis factory qualities at satisfactory prices. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12th ami F Sts. X. W. Clothes KnriiUliiiiCR. Hatfc. CIioph ,!! City Brevities. ' Thieves enteral the residence of James Worris-on, alTafcoina Tart, Monday night and tOole a. quantity of Jewelry. The police are looking for a -woman plant thief, who las been lilting potted flowers fiom yards in the vicinity of the Tension building. Ur. Picy Uickling, M D., was yesterday appointed visifng physician to tlie Wash ington aylum fur three year--, iroiil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

r ISElfeaT PHAiB1LHIES. At tttM&ies of THS TDS3 Yesterday L WAS tme Tor itw Bfarit of ColumWa. Maryland and VJrptoia. local Miowtirs protably fair "VVedDottiay evening; toutberly winds. Sill turn COI'IES KO. l,2iZ0. WAsmsTGcTosr, Thursday mohotngt, jult 22, isdt eight pagobs. OITE CET. mt m lS -iPn DEBS'SGATHINLAMGUflGE Says We Are No Belter Than the Slaves of Russiit. TI1E DENIAL OP FREE SPEECH The Sympathetic Stx-ike of the West VIrgiuia Miners Appears to He Urofcen, Hut the Union Miners Claim tiie Struggle Is Only He ginuing. , - -Wheeling, V.T. Va., July21.-To all ap pearances the strike of West Virginia coal miners is broken. Fifty more of tlie old men returned to -work at the Monongah mines today and nine oilier plants in the district are working full. In the southern part of the State the Norfolk and "Western operators have asked for more cars and are hiring all the diggers that apply. In spite of the seemingly indisputable fact that the Etnkc lias collapsed, union miners...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

THE MOENISTG -TIME:?, -iTlTSPAY. JULY 22, 1897. DEATH FROM HYDROPHOBIA The Agonizing Sufferings of Charles Springmaun Ended. TWO DAYS OF AWFUL TORTURE r.Ittea Sis AVeelts Ago, the Symptuinh Did Not Appear Uutfl Sunday Rapidly Grew Wore "Willi AIL thc-Borroi-ft of Rubies Until Dentil Kcded 311s Slinery Lat Night. Charles E. Springmaun. the eii;hteeu-year-M son of Frederick Springmaun, the well known expressman, who was bitten "by a dog six. weeks ago, dial at 7:29 o'clock yesterday eveidiig. at the family residence. No. 401 South Capitol street- The physi cians had declared the caw to be hopeless, and the grieving parents of the suffering boy had to sit in the loomla anticipation, of death while their on was tossing and moaning his life away In the teirible aales of the dread disease. Shortly after the death ot the young man, the mother, crazed with grief, fainted. "With the assistance ot several frionds, Mr. Springnmiin carried her into an adjoin ing room, where the proper medical a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, aUftSDAY, JULY 22, 1897, HEIL1B OF THE KLONDIKE Details Given by Chief Ogilvy of flie Canadian Survey. ALL IN BRITISH TERRITORY Tlie Xew "El Dorado "Was Discovered About Two Years Ago and There "Was iTSudden Hush for the Di Blnss Gold licit Is of Indefinite Width and 300 Miles Long. Ottawa, Out., July 21. Sow tliat the Dominion government is in possesion of authentic reports corroborative of the first accounts sent out of the marvelous richness of the new placer diggings in the Yukon and Klondike regions, the organi zation of the district is being completed Two years i.go the department of the inlorior dispatched .a foice of twenty Northwest mounted policemen to Fort Cudahy, on the Canadian side of the Alaskan frontier. Tlie ofliccr Jn com mand. Inspector Confctuntine, established two posts, one at Cudahy and tlie otlier at Forty Mile Creek, and proceeded to administer laws and collect revenues for the customs department He collected about $1 5.000 the first year....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

4 TH.E MORi-XINGr TIMI5S,r THURSDAY, JTTLY 22, 18iMT SKmca tMCBSIHG, EVE5IHC ASS SUHDAY.) nr HE WASHMTON TIMES COMPANY, tTTT.SCIT EUTCBBJS, President. EUTCHINS BUILDIXU. Ttvr York Of Xict: 2000 Tract Bnlldinr- SUBSCRIPTION RATES. SIoyTirLT, by Cakk En : Morning. Evening and Sundav.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sundar. Tlilrty.flvo Cents ETcuIn;; and Sunday ......Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Yeir.Moinlng, Evening and Sunday. Sj 50 Six Month-, ' " " " 3.W Three Months. " " ' ' 1.75 One Year, Morningand Sunday.. 4.00 Six Mouths " " " .. .2!5 Three Months. " ............1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday 4.10 Six-Months. " ' - 2.'i Three Months, " " " b25 Sunday only, one year 1.00 Orders by mall u.ustbo accompanied by sub scription price. TELEl'UOXES ; Editorial Rooms, 4eC; Busi ness Office, 1010. Circulation Statement Tl.f circulation ofTitF. TrjiES. for the trteJ" attlcd Saturday. July 17 1697, teas as iouovt: Svvdav.Jvly 11 23.859 Jfoniay. July 12. 39,008 Tlcscou, JutyW 40.135 Wtdnetda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

THE MOUNWe TIMES,! THURSDAY, JUjLY 22, 1897. c a a u a B B n E Q Ci a a asaaeEceeecB eeeeeeeq33Eeeb i kauslmrgli & Bro. 1 a n S-A Glass of Wild Cherry or Rasp- g berry a most coolin g and ref rcshlng S a drink served to you ire: of charge, C5"0ur store is cool, our aisles wide and our clerics polite ana courteous. All this helps to make your summer shopping: agreeable. "What beautiful Lawns and bow n fhMn ' That expression Is heard B r every hour of the day. Just b J2 think-Lawns that you generally g have to pay 1214c a yard for, and are willing: to ao so, wc are sen- a Ing for u E E B iC per yard. Only Five Cents, or G for g 2 orr TIT.? Oft-turr fTlOS- i g wasliaule and stitched, the g u regular 12 14c quality, B E E Li u Ov for Ladies' uingnam n Aprons, In the blue, h 2 brown and green checks. These will wash. ha sure to ra Wmviftl 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. C!333E2CDS333333333333ECa3a3 SI. 00 TOS 59c EISENMANN'S S0GScv"",h GREAT SlTAIAIER SALE Ot Suits, Millinery, Furnishings...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

THE MOUSING TlMlffi, aHUBSDAY, JULY 23, 189T. Good Thing This rain lias prevent ed a large crowd and lias given the shrewd men a chance to pick their suits leisure ly. Just half price for the Continental's elegant stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing e very piece new this season. Parker, Bridoet $ Go. 315 7th S.reet "L. & R." ROUTE. 'iT NINTH BATHING SUITS. A iaarvelnn3 caro fcr nitllMiliSNESS, ma be civoc secretly at All druggists, or write Honors. aicraScyOiSO SrcaUrpv VVirte. Full E5FC53IATI05 GLADLY TtTftTT.EP FREE. RAINS AT BRIGHTON BEACH. Three Favorites, Swango, Hstuca nnd Loiterer, Win. New York, July 21. Weeping skies again interfered with the sport at Brigh ton Beacli today, rain falling at fre quent intervals and the races being run over a very heavy tract. Three f avoritea won, Swango and Estaca from the Dunn stable and Loiterer from the btable of James R Kcenc. Summaries: Firbt race One mile. Refugee, 10G, Bchercr, 7 to 1, won; St Lee, 101, Thorpe, 7 tx 2, sexmd; Loch ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

TRW MOBXENQ TORIES, IDBttftUgDAY, iTXTl 22, 1897. -f MOXF.Y WANTED AKD TO LOAN. ilONEYTO LOAN A. NEW PLAN 510 TO 51,000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FLA.N03, ORGANS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, ETC., without removal rrom possession of owner We can orfer-iou the LOWEST RATES and Easiest terms. No delay, you will icceivc the money within a. lew boms after-making applica tion for It. Payments on the pnnelpuLof ony amount, will Le jccetved at any time, which will lea.cn cast or loan- Please call for fuithcr .ufonnaUon. -CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. 3e29-lmo t02 !' st. nw. WAMED-To borrow S300: 10 per cent Interest; good security; payable S-5 monUUv Acdrebs SECURITY, this office. iysz-31 . LOANS from S3 to 550 to reliable parties; aionev advanced on bicycles. Room a, CeutraTliuUdiug.cor. 9tu audPa.tm.nw. H. EL PULTON'S loanofflco, 1218 Pa. ave. nw,,inQueyIoanedouwatclits. diamonds, jewelry, sll er ware, cto. aplO-utn LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLL AT- -feral, such as life policies, stocks,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 July 1897

-w THE MORRIgre TITOIS, iTHTJRSPAY, JUIiY 22, 389f: EVERY Straw Hat in the store is offered at ONE-THIRD off regular prices. 20 per cent, off regular price for any pair of shoes in the store. Thin Suits in Serge, Wool and Linen Crash and Skeleton Tweeds in all grades, at all prices. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12 til and F Sts. X.W. Clothes. FurtiUlunss- lints. Shoes. City Brevities. Elio Lewis, colored, was yesterday re moved from rieeUman's Hospital to tt.e Insane Asylum William Gilbert, a colored youth, was locked up at No. 2 station hibt night charged with playing crap. ChArti Thompson, il colored laborer, de nofcited 5 collateral at No 2 btatlon yes Usrttoy evening as a result of cruelty to a horse. Cflarles Hughes, a colore'd laborer, nlne toen years of age, a&saulted Matthew Mc Oullougli and Eva Washington ami was confined in a cell atNo. 2 stationlastnight. William Herbert Smith was yesterday appointed by the Commissioners to take notes in the condemnation proceedings in c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Yesfcrday 4Q,488 - copies WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia and Eastern Pennsylvania, fair; continued high temperature; southwesterly winds. 3SO. 1,221. WAsnnsraTosr, jtridax MoitNa, julx 23, is9T eight pages. ONE CENT. 1 "STAID BYJfOOB COLORS" Ssnaior Chilton's Appeal and Advice lo the Democracy. TAKES ISSUE WITH TILLMAN Tiie Texas Senator Arrnlpifi T'nholy Ailinnce Mr. Jones of Nevada Flouts Sir. Tillman' Request fur Sugar Investigation-Dlseusion of Vote 00 tlic Conference Report. ' The closing scenes of yesterday's ses Flimoriho Senate were ashibtrutUveas the opening scenes were waraiand pyroleehulc. The bctone iiibl focroie the final cuituln bhowed thntallthenewspapei speculations us to when the Senate would adjourn were away out or joint with the tacts. There was no cue within earshot of the Bouate yesterday afternoon who did not leave those products in the belief that when the body would adjourn is a new and difficult problem. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

'. THE aiOKNlSTGr TIMES, mi DAT, JULY 23, 1897. mm lEii mies Jones of Nevada Does Xot Re lieve in Investigating Senators. SMP3 AT NEWSPAPER MEN Must Not Always Ue Tolten Seriously a They W Not rrofe. to Write l?rotn Ivuuwledge Hefers to Ah tM,U!i Who Stab ilen's Cbnr eelerh in the Dark. After keeping the resolution of Senator -Tillman providing for a new "sugar" in vestigation in a pigeon-hole Tor moiethan a month, the committee on contingent ex panses yesterday reporteditbnek adversely. This, diepuslucn of tUe matter was pic dicicd in this paper when the lesolution was rirst olfercd. The report is unueually lou'g, and deals with the subject ficm variouh and interesting punt of view. In a nutshell, the report finds that but cue Senator's name has been mentioned as having speculated in sugar stoefcs, and the denial by that Senator ot the truth of the report it, accepted as fully and eaU&factonly disposing of the whole sub ject. Concerning the news dispatches m general, Hie report...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

THE MOENOTGr TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1897. THE fiLASKANBOLD BELT Three Hundred Miles Long and Runs Into British Territory. YAST QUANTITIES OF METAL Tlie nodes IUcli In Auriferous Veins, Hut It 3m Difficult to Mine Tiiem ud Account of the Expense of Get ting Machinery There .Placers Along the Creeks. The Geological Survey has learned fiom. tiuug about the resources of Alaska. Tlic sundry civil bill, approved June 11, 1896, appropriated $5.0(10 for tlie investigation or the coa! and gold fields of Alaska. A like amount had also been appiopriated the year before Under the first appropriation an expedi tion was sent out by the Geological Survey to determine the coal and gold deposits along the Hue or the coast from Sitka to Beriug Sen. A partof the appropriation for S&5 remaining, an expedition was sent out 1j tne Survey iu May, 1896, to the gold fields of the Yukon River. Tlie reports that had come to tlie Survey from the Yukon country were that there were larger placer deposits ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

4 THE irOBJSTDSTG TJLMJES, FBIDAY, JTO.Y 23, 1897 4 ftfimta IM0EKIK5. EVEBDIG AED ETrSDAY.) TIT THE WASHMTOH TIMES COMPANY, 1T1LS0H EUICEinS. Preslflsat. HTJTCIUNS BUILDING. Sew Tcrk Office: 2000 Tract Ealldlnc.' SCBSCIUPXJOK RATES. Monthly, by CAim'En : iSiornlng, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cent Morning and Sunday TUJrty-firo Cents Evening and Sunday Tliirty-flro Cents BY MAIL, One"Year,Morning, Evening and Sunday, ST.50 SIxMonth, ' " " " 8.00 Three Months, " " 1.75 OnoToar, Moraine and Sunday 4.C0 EJr Months, ' " 2JS5 Three Months, " l.S Ono Year. Evening and Sunday 4JH BixMoNtlis, " " " ."23 Thrco Months. " " " 1.25 Snnday only, ono year ...., blO Orders by mail must be accouipaaied by sub scription price. Telepiionks: Editorial Rooms, 4iC; Busi ness Office, IGiO. Circulation Statement. 3?.e circulation of Ills Trains for the Ktclc aided Saturday. July 17, 1897, icas as fc$tnrs: . hunCau, VwfU 25.869 Jdc&eav. July 12. S9.00B Jvefday, JulyW 40.135 Wcilnctdav, July 14 40,471 T&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

THE SiOHJSXira TIMES, ITU ID AY, JULT 23, 1897, eQyS3SS35G!SS5KMSQG"S3 fc7 a Lansbiirgh & Bro. g S" Just to Give g You an Idea g tf Hew very cheap we are selllnjr our Underwear, 8 Jj we quote you the prices J $ of these three items: Ladies7 fine qua Ity Muslin S Drawers, with hem acd clus- I; terofiuclis, yoke bands . 21 C 3 Ladles' Square KrcS. JCorset " o Covers, iriinmcd with em S broidery 23c a ' ft Lilies' Muslin GG?iis,Trlth g $ 3'Jkc of tucks and insertion, a g extra leagui and wiitli . . 48c ft 41 You haven't an idea "what a nice O $ fine line of Underwear we carry un- tf g less you come to see for yourself. ti latenulnj brides will do well to 0 $ Investigate. K 8 it ft ft g 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. ft ft 12c Lawns and Dimities, SC 'EISENHAHN'S JK evcalb Struot. .$2i-l3G Fcnu. Ave. ROBERT KEELING, PAINTER OF MINIATURES, Jlcmoved to 932 F Street, Bourn 13. Itittrirttitnt tc a limited dais a erp tnornfng :E FTAXOS AND ORGANS. Steiif Piano Warcrooms, 52iE:eventhSt. N. W. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

f 6 THE MORNING TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 3897. Xffi? o a B a r4 iJlSJigigsB VU& Never before have prices for high-class Clothing for men and boys been so low and never will they be as low again I Other clothiers may "sniff and snarl" and talk low prices in the papers, but when you go to look at the suits you find a little lot of antiquated styles bolstered up with fictitious prices and not really worth one-half their advertised price. The Continental Clothing Co.'s stock, recently se cured by us, is -"spick, span new '97 styles," and we offer it at precisely one-half their former prices. The truth is strong enough for us. We are satisfied to let you find out what the other so-called offerings are. SUSTS START AT $5.00. Parker, THE BRGini RALLY Give the Senators a Close Shave in tlie Ninth. MERGER YERY EFFECTIVE He Kept Hits "Well Scnttered Until the Lnst Inning DeMont. and Selbacli Mnlie Bad Errors Brown aud "Wrisley Carry Off the But ting Honors. GAMES YESTERDAY. "Washington, 0;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

THE HOKHINQ TIMES, FRIDAT, JTTLY 23, 1897. 1 ? MOXKY WAXTED AM) TO T-OA-g; 31UNE AT 5 PER CENT orTreal es tate In D . C. No delay., Terms reason able. HEISKELL & McLERAN, jya-lm . 1Q08 F t. nw. "WANTED ?25 for 30 or 60 days will cive S30 lu return. M. O. J., this office. b Jy22-3t,em MONEV TO LOAN A NEW FLAN 510 TO $1,000 TO LOAN OX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, HORBES.CAERIAGBS, WAGONS, ETC., without removal from possession of owner Vc can orrer von the LOWEST HATES nnd EASIEST TERMS. No delay, you will iccrtve tlie money within a lew liouis after waking nppllca Hon loi li. ravments on the puniirl.of cuy amount, will be ieccled at any time, which will lessen cost or loan. Plcaio rail for farther nformaUon. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. .e291ino 00" F bt. nw. WA.TI)-To borrow S300; 10 per cent interest; good security; pujuuju ? monthly Address SECURlTx", this onice. jy-3C LOANS from 55 to ?50 to reliable parties: money advanced on bicycles. Room a, Cculrui budding, cor. Uth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 July 1897

THE HOKNTG-TIMES, FRIDAY JULY 23, 1897. CRASH SUITS. Just received a biff lot of Linen Crash Suits the equal of any $7-50 Crash Suit in town which we can sell for Five Dollars. They are stylishly cut, are well made, and will FIT. They will not shrink, will retain their shape, and give complete satis faction.. All sizes. Bicycle Trousers- to match, $1.50. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12tli ami J? Sts. X. V. Clnt1if. KnrnMtinc Hals. :hn'ps ;ijnefi! City Brevities. ' "William S. Whcatley yesterday entered salt against Thaddeus Beau for uu ac count or $52.3S. The ncunch Brewing Company entered rait against Theodore Uuppert for an' account of $357.00. Acting Coroner Glazcbrook yesterday gave a certificate or death in Uie ca.se of tlie dead infant round near Bcccud and L streets northeast. Superintendent Lyman B. Cutler, in charge or the Municipal Lodging Route, uecompanlcd by hK wiro, will leave tcday Tar a week's vacation at Atlantic City. Samuel Maddox, one or Hie telephone operators at p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 July 1897

m fbsateftM gf TIE LE3 Yatjrday WAS WM! MWBtUB!B. Tor the UMfftct f OglM1a, Maryland M nnd Vtrsfcila, Hr. M)U "swat, mtUiv, Ctb erly wind. RIBSBS cmtiSISS ITO. 1,222 WASHIKGrTOX, SATURDAY HOKNa, JULY 24, 1S9T EIGHT PAGES. 03JfE CENT. wh Stime - jpiA JJ. 40,560 co visa WSiMSmmSSmMSSSSSS :KSS5ffl5El!F E ufyiiSiitiiiyi . iiiiif )"! i-rei itiit" nine a iiaiij':EM,L'"TJ1iir t wja,-iw K THE CUBANS CONCENT! Detaclimcnfs Gathering q Form a Hear Guard for Gomez. WEYLER COLDLY RECEIVED Uany Havana Business Men Call Upon Iliin and Protest Agulnsl the Recent Arrests Weyler An Hver Angrily Another Big Ex pedition on tlio Way to Cuba. Havana, via Key "West, July 23, Some G.OuD insurgents are encamped In the hills of ilanicaragua.near SaguulaChlca, Santa Clara province, under the Cuban leaders Ctiuco Montcagucdo, Cavito Alvarez and Earaon Robau. Other large Cuban forces have been concentrated on the River Jigaiaho and in the hills or Mamby, near Kancti Spintus, in the same province. These movement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 July 1897

THE MOKNTHGr TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1S9T. a GARB HfllEfl FOR GDHDIEB The Commissioners Appoint Him to Succeed Dr. Hammett. BORCH TO BE POLICE SURGEON He "Will Take the Place Vacated Ijy the Xew Coroner Dr. Glaze brook to Continue as Deputy The New Official Pop"1"1' aud Has Many FrlendH. Dr. W. P. Carr, police surgeon ot the District, was yesterday appointed coroner by the Commissioners, the appointment; to take effect August 1G. "With tlie ap pointment the Commissioners made aa Important change in the tenure of the office. Hmlling the tenn to Uiree years, vhaieast it was formerly held during the pleasure of the Commissioners. The or fice of deputy Ih also thus limited by the order of yesterday. The same term 1 fixed Tor the cfflce of the surgeons of the police and fire department. Dr. Carr was selected from among a great number of applicants because tiic Commissioners felt that he could discharge the dutlcH of the orfice in a thoroughly bausfattory manner. It is a known fact that...

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