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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MORNING TfMS SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1897. 11 itpxp waited-male. WANTED Rjnesmanfor the greatest cir culation offer of ilie century; enormous success: new iiian; "up-to-date-' ideas; cm i tter 10. COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE, room 3, 437 7tli St. nw. -it WANT EL Colored waiterR.ConvcnUoiiHaU. lnquire7Lunch Counter today. It WANTED Gentleman to sell on Ijic com mission, a fine summer article; positively necessary to hotels. bnartliiiK-liout.es and housekeepers. B. C. C. , thisjorrice. 1JC WANTED -3 collectors and 10 solicitors for insurance; salary and com. Apply E09 l'a. nve. se.. from a to 12. It AGENTS WANTJiD To sell a novelty; a goon seller in cfiv suburbs or at summer resorts, cottages and liotel; ox elusive ter ritory to good agents. HAGGARD Js. AtARCL'SSON, Ulicago. wi-Ti?n-i nri-ciaM man for a re- Kiwnsible position. Call at Room 23. B02Fst nw., Monday. mb28-2fc WANTED -Competent, and reliable man who is thoroughly capable of answering general correspondence and conducting preparati...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MOBBING- TEtfES, SUN DAT. MAKCTI 28, 1897. 12 THE very latest fashionable creations in Men's and Boys' Apparel are to be found in our New Stock, garments which compare more than favorably with the finest products of the best custom folks, but which cost only about one-half of their prices. A Spring Top Coat is needed now. We have a beauty in a tan colored Imported Covert Cloth, lined with Pure Dye Silk, cut thirty-three inches long, with strap seams. It's a S25 coat in every tailor shop in town. Our price is only 15.00 Ouhers good values too as low as $7.50, and up to $25 which buys the best that can be produced. Also all the newest and best styles in Men's Suits, Bicycle Clothing, Children's Clothing, Men's and Boys' Hats, Men's and Boys' Shoes, Furnishings of All Kinds. An especially choice selection of Spring Neckwear. All the latest shades, colors aud combinations in Our Fifty-Cent quality, which is the same grade as others ask 75c for. Robinson 81 !2ih and F CLOTHES, FURNIS...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

I Hime Panpft PAGES TO "WAsnrerGTOM", sttndax morning matcch ss, isot. RITWiS MD TIE TARIFF GERMANS CHANGING FRIT ouvenirs Great Wrapper Sale. 1,000 Wrappers jto be slaughtered at less than cost Of material. Sale begins Monday morning. Don tmiss this chance. Souvenirs Given away this week with Ladies' and Men's Shoes. CROCKER'S Shoes Shined Free 939 Pa. Ave. FOR CHILDREN. No Dismay Like That Over the McKinlcy Act. Part Played by the Powers in Cretan Waters Deplored. Novel Toys given away this week with Children's Shoes. Anniversary. CHEAP GERMAN GOODS BARRED SENSELESS INTERVENTION mkt m eSSS ijFwfei BJiMiii imtfiuJBSMSjLRLi''wi ummnli ten Jcnness Miller' ' Shoe 5 A SOUVENIR Our Spring Stock is now complete up to the ver' smallest detail. WE know that there never was seen in Washington any shoe assortment that could possibly compare in Variety, Quality, Style, and lowness of price to those we are showing this season. But we want YOU to know it. With this end in view we shall hold thi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

14 TIIE aiOHNING TJMES,- SUNDAY, MARCII 2S, 181)7 The- Woman Easter is hurrying on. and yet thou sands of women who expect to appear iu brand-new finery cm thai nay have not even purchased the materials lor tlie gowns they are going to -wear. The mid summer dresses are olten made lie fore the spring costume Is planned. It is so much plcasautcr to work with the flimsy stuffs that will tie u necessity In July than wnti t lie stiff, coarsely-woven woolens Offspring Vcrj often the summer dresses are mad? entirel) athome, bccausenienect tit Is not so important as ttie general air or flnfftnes-s and coolness and witti plenty of ruffles and luce Uiis effect is easily ob talnod. One cannot make a mistake In the use Of iuffles as skirt trimming for oignudics and cveu thin silks The nifties into he cither straight or on tlie Ihrs, but Instead of hemming them it Is better to' turn them up at the edge on tlie right side and then cover it with liaby ribbon. This will uc found a much easier task ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE VJOI?NING TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1897 ST J 'cu? jegJC1 Spain's Navy and Our Own What would happen at sea ir the United States and Spain went to war? It is a question Hint has been presented by almost every iuquhiug mind wherever patriotism exists, In the United States A great many persons have an idea that the Spanish naval force is insignificant. Facts show the actual state of affaire. Hero are the official figures and this Is the first time they have been correctly stated: UNITED STATES. Armored ships 33 Guns of same, II- G 1CS Guns of same, S. B 513 Unurmoted ships 33 j - p ii i i - ii '"-' ! i '' r Warships of Spain and the United States. Contrasted. O'he Spanish Fleet is the Dark One. ) Guns of same, II. G Guns or same, S. II Unarmorcd gunboats Guns of same, II. G Dispatch vessels ? Guns of same .'." 192 359 2S 2i2 1 10 Training, icceiving and stoio ships; transports, tugs, etc . 30 Guns of Mine :...:..'... 112 Torpedo boats, No. 1 ' IS Torpedo boats, No. 2 9 Total number...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MOBBING- TIMES, gOTTDATg, MABOH 28, 1897 1G LA FAYETTE -E H Sothern, In "An Enemy to the King " C0LUM1UA Henry Miller, in "Heaits ease " NATIONAL Tliom.is Q. Seabrooke, In "The Speculator " ACADEMY -Gus Thomas, "In Mir zoura " GRAND "Saved rrom tlie Sea " BIJOU "Dniktown After Dark" KERNAN'S -Hopkins.' Trans-Oceanic. " This week we return to that runilutiient.il proposition, "All tlie world loves a loer."' We have two or tlie ideal ogc lovers to fire us with the holy plow , and ruie in our forgetful lieurtsthe old truth that loe is the greatest thing in the world They are powerful expounder or this delicious doctrine. E H Sothern will le at the Lafayette, and Henry Miller at the Colum hia It is conceded, simply for lack of contestants, that these two men are our ideal stage lovers. The L'eld is to tlieiu. and to them alone. The duel for pre eminence in the feminine heart, and in all hearts, for woman leads them all, may lie watched this week. Mr hotheni will be been in his newes...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

1 7 THE MORNTJSTG- TIMES, StTNfDAY, MARCH 28, 1897 AM VS BMKNTS. AMrSKMKNTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMTEMKNTS. AMUSEMENTS. Convention Hall Cor. 5th and L Sts. N. W. New National Theater ONE WEEK-BEGINNING TOMORROW NIGHT. Wednesday and Saturday Matinees. Books end 5 r en Engagement of THE GREAT TH0 w 1 )L U irAi &j ' ' . T, ' II L s ffl 1 lU ' (' ' d i 3 jJJMBHnlr 0 ? Jmm- -i It ib a !iue in tlie New England primer, familiar to many of us, "My book and my heart must never part," tvliich Thomas "Went worth Higgiiifjouhaspiettily draught ed upon to name Harpei'fe new book of his essays on liteinUue and life, "Book and Heart." Col Hipginhon always writes with the charm of biucenty and the grace;, of fcChoIar&liip,andtlie-elittlee.-!-ayb, which have been gathered fiom stiay pubUbhingj., all bear the imprint of his best qualities. He has always improved us, in the warmth and cheerl ulnes of hi, pood nature, as an impiesKiotiKt ratliei titan an analyst, and it is iiot.surpiMng to find Iiim pa...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE . MORNING TIM ES,1 SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1897 Joiiii Wilkins, Thirteen months liad passed since the close of the late civil war, and John Wilkins, ex-sharpshooter, by dint of much perscvoranpe, was again growing accus tomed to his feat her bed. At first, when he came home, lie rolled a blanket around him and sleptin the dooryard; thence ho passed, by easy binges, to the porch, to his bed room floor, to a btraw tick, and finally lie wink to bleep on the feat hers, and his mother, good soul, was happy once more. She used to .steal into the room at night, with candle in hand, and bend lovingly over her ko i as he Miorcd rapturously fiom the depths or the reathery billows. But another visitor came one night and sealed himself on the foot of John's bed glowered down upon him with a very different expression from that in lift. Wilkins' doting eye. John mutt have felt this malicious penetrating gaze, for he btiired uneasily, rolled over several times, tlien opened his eyes and lay blinking...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNiDTVY, MARCH 28, 1897 M : d-.HH r" aP 7 W Aufbor of The Scarlet Coat". ( Copyright. 1897 , by Cli uton Ross. ) PART I. Now, to explain how I became Involved (Villi the great Arnold treason. I must go back to France nt the time who.nl was dis honored. On my twenty-third blithday I wasdis .missed from tlie regiment fiatenois, then about U-depart for the American service on the Chevalier de Tcrnuy's, fleet; fori liad brought ilu nam.' 113 father gaveine lower than in all its history; 1 had been branded a cheat.n nd had fought a foolish duel which had come to the queen's notice: and now I could see her majesty'b flashing eyes as Mie forbade me the court before all; I had debts of honor to meet money liorrowed from friends who needed; with, indeed, not even the sold for my lodgings, much bss to go to the one house in Auvergne wluvh wan desolate with tunny mortgages Kveiywhete I turned was a money-lender. No one was left fcavo l)e Vitry, whom I hated. The sun lay low...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 March 1897

THE MOKITOSTG TIMES, STJKDAT, JtfAUCH 28, 189T 50 AARON IN THEVILDWOODS The Story op a South ern Swaip By JOIvL CIL.VXDI.121t IIAHRIS Copyright, 1897, by Joel Chandler Harris.) CHAPTER "VIII. THE HAPPENINGS OF A NIGHT. A negi o passed along tlic beaten way lead ing to the cabins whistling a tune. Itwas Uandall. -He heaid the otlii'i.saiid paired. "It's your turn to tote,M said Aaioii. "Who?" exclaimed Randall. "Tlie Little .Master," replied Aaron. RiinUall laughed. Who talked or turns where the Little Master was concerned? "When it came to carrying that kind of burden, Randall was the man to do it, and 16 wab, "Don't le' me hurt 30U, lionsy. Efl squeeze too tight, des say de word;" and then, "Whar we gwine, honey? A'on guine m dar en put dat ar boss up? Well, To he go 111 dar lo.ss all shake hands wid 'mi, kazc when we nex lay eyes on im, he won't hear us, not ef we stoop down and holler good-by in his year." But, following Aaron, they went toward tin.-lot wnereuie Black tetallii.n ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES yesterday (Morning Edition only) was 4 THE WEATHER. Fair Monday, probably rain Monday -night; easterly winds; slightly warmer. Ik coriES. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MOUSING, MAECH 29, 18 9 7--EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. 2TO. l10o. 24J6T IE GREAT HAGE STARTED At .Midnight the Wheelmen Be gan Their Long Journey. THOUSANDS SAW THEM OFF Tile Six-Day Hnoe Now on at Con vention Hall "Will Go Down in Snorting History an One of. the Rotable Bicycle Contests of This , Year. Again Convention Hall is the center of attraction for mauv thousands of people or the National Capital who find entertain ment and delight in the feats of skill and endurance of the knights of the silent steed. Only a few mouths ago Conventlo. Ball was the scone or the rirst six-day race ever held in this city. ihe hire entertainment of that con- inuous nerformanee. ttie breaking of records 0:1 the splendid track, to say noth ing of the novelty or the exciting contest have evidently not been forgotten; for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 29, J8U7. i sasrani GHURGH Evangelist Wooley Assailed Re t publican Campaign Methods. MANY PEOPLE WALKED OUT Ue.Said the Start, and Stripes Were Paraded as a McKinley- Undue, and the Old Generals "Went Around iMOklWZ lAke n Picture in a Panorama. There were at Icasttlnrty 01 forty people so Indignant at certain remarks made by the Hon John J. Wooley, the temperance evangelist, c-sterday afternoon, at the First Congregational Church, that they btootl not on the ordei of then going, but went at once when the Republican cam p.iign methods in Hie West were assailed. Tlie resentment was not confined to men, but ladies also metaphorically gathered up their skills and ilepaitcd As they were going out of the door tlicie were hejid inanj comments like 'disgraceful,' "in appropriate,'' "it won't dom church," '"an insult to the generals,'' and other such im pulse e cyu illations. Mr. Wooley had been talking about the missionary work of the campaign in the West ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

f & THE MOBOTtfGr TIMES, MOyPAY, MAKCI! 29, 7897. s wmmm grete The Kaiser Consults His Minis ters About the Eastern Crisis. THE BASIS OF A SETTLEMENT Pence Can He Seemed by Giv ins to Gteeee the Territorj Accorded" Under the Berlin Tienty Sue Mtivt Hiwe Some Coinneiifcution j She Siincndors. Berlin, March 28 Despite the per plexities of the ministerial situation and the calls upon His time arising from the menioiul rotes of the past week, the kaiser lias been able to give a huge share of tnsattentiuntolho Haste mentis iNcaily every d ly In. lias, held piottactcd contci ences with ihechanceloroi BaronMarschall on Uieberstein, minister of foieign alfairs, at liich, though internal affairs, were un doubtedly discussed, the foreign situation had a prominent pnit It is known that the kaiser has been again in direct communication with the sul tan, and, following his occasional Ube of tiie right to be hib own foieign minister, has bent personal instructions, to liaron Paurma von Jcltsc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

THE MOENIETGr TIMiSS, MOSFD-AT, MARCH' 29, 1897. mcjtf By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS BUILDING IConTHEAST COKJvER TUsTH AlfD D STS. r Telephones Editorial Rooms.. 4S? Eusincs Odice. 1C10 inr -jorK orncE, iO09 tract nciLnro rxicc J o uincor Evening Ldilioi!, One Cent Euido Edition Threo Cents Kcnthlj, uj Carrier Mondiig and Sunday.. ..Thirtv-fivc Cents -Evening Ihlriy Cents Wornlng. 1 Evening and Tiftv Cexts Suudaj, J BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Horning. Evening and Sunday 500 Horning and Sunday 35o 1 Evening and Sundar 35c WASHINGTON, MONDAY, MARCH 29. "Wily Nut XlnwuJl? Some grave and mjstCTioub question of state must have been on elm tapis Satur day, to judge by the conduct of certain distinguished citizens, more or lesh con nected with the Presidency, the Cabinet, and the Senate. We will take i long shot- at it and venture the guess that Hawaiian annexation was under discussion. IT that hits it we are glad that this im portant national mattci is to receive at tention There aie ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

THE iMORNES'Gr TIMES, JtfOjtfDAT, MARCH 29, 3897. Lansburgh & Bro. AN EVEN 4 DOZEN, We have just "culled" six special values for the frugal housekeeper for today's and tomorrow's shopping. These prices you will recognize as spe cial prices, but of course you will understand these prices only hold good for two days today -and to morrow. We couldn't af ford it any longer, 7c Bleached Muslin, 1 yard wide, 5c yard. Plain Hemmed Pillow Cases, 7c oneh. Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 12jc each. lGc 10-4 Unbleached Shooting, 12,'ic yard. 25c Feather-proof Ticking-, 17c yard. Eest Quality" "Otlca Sheets, 85c each. - i' vcjnJikjiiftQfBPifit 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. G5S5GS5S SSSSSIiSQ SSSSGSSSSQ TT I s g KEEP THE BABY In the house another day; there's health in every breath of this balmy spring air. Get a carriage today -never mind about the money Take B i your choice of a hundred new spring : f! styles any price you can think of from $5 to $50, 8 3 & a Your Credit S (9 V) 8 (3 2 Si s (3 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

6 THE MORFING- TIMB8, MONDAY, MATtCH 29, 1897. MAXWELL'S MISSION. A Ride Through Lobengula's Country. How tliu Good Ximic of n IMouccr in "Mnslioiiuluiid "Wuh Jeopardized, it mi ii ow 111 Intri'pidlty Snvi'd It. Young Maxwell stood by Lis impatient horse, one foot in the btirrup, in rioiitof tiie commanding officer's tent. His checks were flushed, and J ejcsi shone with the light of gratiried pride. "I have chosen you," .said the officer, "in spite of jour youth, not only because oi tlie speed of your lioise and your own actiit. .iiul zeal, tut because of the cl.n acter you have gained -while in the ser vice of the company. It is not to every man of the pioneers 1 -would trust 200 toiereigns ui gold. And, look here, young man; Parrel's death by feei lcit a va cancy among the sergeants. I'll say no more, except that m the company a ser ge int always stands a chance of becoming a lieuten.tiit 1 trust you, Maxwell. You understand your orders?" "Crovi two Uvers wing due north; then head...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

THE MOROTNa TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 29,' 1897. THIS MBAUTY OF CHARITY. father Glojd DIkoussch It at St. rntrleliV Clwireli. Rev. Father Gloyd preached. in instructive sermon yesterday at 11 o'clock mass at St. Patrick's Church. The subject was the "Multiplication or the Loaves,'' and the discourse was an illustration ot the beauty of charity, as taught' by the example of Christ. Christian benpricence. Father Gloyd said, is a strict obligation, and without charity to our fellow-beings we cannot expect or liope for salvation. In tjie strict sense of the word, we own nothing here on earth, all belongs to God. lie i sole proprietor. He called us and all things else into exist ence, md only permits us to use them in order that we may aid our fellow-men. MONEY WAXTliT) AND J9J' XOAXS MAI"K ON FtTHNlTUKE, Loans maae on .furniture. Pianos. TIprBcs. Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. 1 lease call before securing, loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MUH.GAOE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 March 1897

TH.ff MORfflJSTG TIMES, XOxVDAY, 3HARCII 29, 1897. MARVEL The. TOP COAT we lold jou of 3-esterday is the tailoring- sur prise of the season. Just think, an IMPORTED Covert Cloth lined with pure dye silk, cut in the correct fashion, and exqui sitely tailored for And this is only one of marry other styles we have. From our S7.50 Co'at to the finest at $25 is just as big- value. Seen the plaids of the clans in the Spring Neckwear? They're all represented, and the r rice is only FIFTY CENT5 for choice. All the newest shapes in string's, hows, and four-in-hands. Time to change j'our winter hat. All the best makes are here, and -ou know our prices are a dollar or two less than the exclusive hat stores. Worth sav ing, isn't it? Robinson $ GIibpk Go. i 2th and F Sts. X. V. imejg EONA FlDtCIRCULAT10N. The cireiilat.on of The Tlnie- for the week ended 31urcli -0, 1807, w as us follows: Saturday. Murcli -O -10,204 Sunday, March 21 2-1,100 Monday, March 22 38,010 TueMlaj . March 2.'1 :18.:12) V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

1 ami H tux: circulation of toi: times yesterday was THE WEATHER. For th District f Columbia, Mnrylan and Vlrginls. itioreaslng cloudiness and probably rain: southeasterly wind; bllghtly warmer. wgg.tX..g iiHi'fMrft coriEs. 3STO. 1,106. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY MOKNING, MATCCH 30, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. ilk- tifttte 37,560 SGHDCK ILL I TIE LEAO Progress of the Great Six-Day Bicycle Race. WAKING WONDERFUL SCORES Luivsiin Met With si Hart Accident, But Hi- Game Qualities Keep Him to the From Albert SliowJtiix Up in Splendid Form Scenes and Incidents. The Score ax 1! a. in. Mile. Laps. (e,iddk !-" Xawssu .. .. 39G 3 ArlMiit 391 UdUleA 3fc3 1 Csisly - 333 2 Ford.. -3- 3 KU-jorro 20" Mmler CO 1 The, groat six-day race at Convention Bull it now in f till t,wmg, and interne in it it being inoicaat-d and intensitied. In the afternoon the Kramers -brother mid sistci gave a wonderfully clevei ex ultation or lancy and nick bicycle riding on the clear .space inside the big ellipse. The most diM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

THE MOBTSIETa TIMLES, TUESDAY, MAECH aO, 1897. UNTOI IN THE FIELD The Veteran Newspaper Man Be ing Urged for Commissioner. ONCE DECLINED TOE OFFICE A Wild Humor to the Effect That (he President flight Appoint a :Non-Hesldent of the District It "Would Be u Violntiou of the Law. The District Commissionersliln fight was given renewed interest on yesterday by the announcement that Gen. II. V. Boyn- toa's name has been suggested to the j President for the coveted place. Gen Boynton is a member of the Chickamauga Park Commission, and enjoys both a local and national reputation. Gen. Boynlon is In no sense, however, an applicant for the position, and it is not known whether or not he would ac cept it. His .friends, however, assert that he woold make a most acceptable man for the place, and Hint his nomination would meet with universal approval, and be speedily confirmed by the Senate. It is aid that Gen. Boynton was offered the Coaimissionersliip by Gen. Harrison, but declined it. Gen. Boy...

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