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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

THE M.OKNING- TIMES, TUESDAY, MAECH 30, 1807. TARIFF DEBATE RDIS 01 Republicans Abruptly Cut Off llie Democratic Attack. NO 'AMENDMENTS PERMITTED They Are Endeavoring; to Prevent tlie Heading: of. the Bill From Heachixig That Stage "Where Amendments Helming to Trusts. "Will Be Gcrituinc. Tlie Republicans of tlie House yesterday again abruptly cut off tlie attack or the Democratic minority upon tlie trusts that are benefited by the Dingley bill. It was the third ilny of amendiuent and de bale under the live-minute rule, and while UieWayK.and Means majority was rushing through committee amendments, and ap pai entry had tune to discuss changes in the .merest of special industries, they had no time to consider amendments aimed to break up great monopolies, and so protect the "Whole people fiom their exactions. Mr.Bailey niadetheproi.osai in plain Avoids, jmd .Mr. Dingley bluntly i ef used to permit even the iuti eduction of the aniendments until he may possibly he compelled to do so und...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

Tua3 aiORiraTG TIMES, TUESDAY, MAECH- 30, 1897. &ime (Morr.-rj.G, Evtjxtjvg ad JsUItday) By TEE WASHINGTON TIMES Go. HUTCHINS BUILDrNG Xon-rnEA&T Coknke. Testii akd D Sts. 3 clcphoncs Editorial Uoo ns, 488 business Ofilcc, 1640 JTW -icitK OFFICE, 2009 TKACT llUItDINO I rice -j o ningor Evening Ldition, One Cent Sui djy Edition Uhrco Cents ilontlilj. lo Carrier Mornfrg end Sunday Thirtv-fivo Cents Evening ...... ...... .Ihirtr Cents Morning. 1 X cuius and t - Fiftv Cents feniidaj. HYMAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday BOo Morning and Sunday ?....3Eo Evening and Sunday ..35c Washington, Tuesday, march 30. The Views of nn Old Woman. Col 'William It Morrison is a Democrat 'tvlio docs not hav e to depend upon declara tion of the fact to bac it believed. His Democracy alwas speaks for If-tlf. It is instinctive, bred in the lxnc, and auto- initic. In tins respect his Dcmoeiacv is not like that of some of his successors in the House of Representatives, who are fcomctime...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

THE MORJSrrSTGv TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH- 30, 1897. Lansburgh & Bro. ALL FOR THE BABY. THIS COAT, Si.59. MM i w ' l a II 11 Made or all "Wool Caslnnere, neatly Ern broidored and Trimmed with Si lie Braid and Elbbon, Full Largo Sleeves, extra Wide Skirt. Special Price, $1.59. THIS CAP, 39c. Tliis pretty Cap is rnado of flno Em broldered China Silk, -with Pompon of Lace and Ribbon on Top, wide Strings. Special Price. 39c CHILDREN'S KEEFERS Made with Empire or Coat Ef fect, Checks and Plain Cloths, trimmed with Braid and Buttons. Ranging: in price from 98c. to $4.98. 420, 422, 424 426 "til St. Niaaiti ccCxoj mv -i . o;iOi Myee; Ri a DON'T KEEP ffl E BABY In the bouse another day: there's health in every breath of this balmy spring air. Get a carriage today never mind about the money. Take your choice of a hundred new spring st yle sny price you can think of --from $5 to $50, Credit Is Good! Pay the bill as you please-weekly or monthly no notes no interest. Have you seen the new mattin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

THE MOUSING TIMJSS, TUESDAY, MATCCH 30, 1897. The World of Business. New York, March 29. Wall street re view: Tlie depression in the maikcts for tccuritic? on the closing days of last week, consequent upon the Supreme Court de cision in the Trausniissouri Freight Asso ciation case, v as increased today by news from the West about rate cutting and also by advices rrom London and the conti nent of a more warlike reeling on the Laitt-rn question. The bears had ihouppcr hand and pushed their advantage with igor, being encouraged by the receipt of numerous belling orders by commission houses from Philadelphia, Boston, Chi cagonud othercities The declincln prices ranged fiom 1-2 to 3 1-4 per cent, and at llio downward movement made progress many Mop orders were executed. Missouri l'acmc was Angled out for special at tack on the repot ts current that the com pany had taken the initiative in rate cut ting by making a reduction from the regu lar schedule charges on eggs. Otiiei markeddecHues...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

rLK JttORN-INa TIMES, TUESDAY, MAKCH 30, 1897. MONEY AV ANTED AM) TO LO-VX. ,UOAKSSIA!ili. ON FITRXITUKK, I HOUSES. KTC. l-ioans maae on jfurnlture. Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc , at lowest rates mid quickest possible tame. Strictly confidential. Please call before securing loans elsewhere. "WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 61Q street northwest. MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent; security, real estate In District Of Co lumbia no debt j iK.ond an inspection or property and examination of title. "AL TER 11. ACKER ,701 1 4thst. nw. inli8-tf MoNEl TO LOAN DIRECT Charges 1 per cent: into r,5 1 -2 and C percent, m Minis rrom si,oou to J?1.TU0; no delay. Address JM. A. X , Mils ofllcc. mli27-tf FaON..AT FIVK PER CENT. To loan on "ft .i shin gum City ical e-tatc- No dcluv. -IKIHKLLL & McLERAN. lOOSFst. nir. rnliZGtr 10N.l to loan to Government employes, cuool teachers, policemen, lettei-car-ricrsand prn ate parties, riom 5- to ?ioo, on indorsed notes and otlii r secuiity; no delav vviuu sec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 March 1897

.THE MOENING TIMES, TUESDAY, MATfCH -33, 1897, 8 A MARVEL iMie-TOP COAT we told you of yesterday is the tailoring- sur prise of the season. Just think, an IMPORTED Covert Cloth lined with pure dye silk, cut iu the correct fashion, and exqui sitely tailored for Fifteen Dollars And this is only one of many other styles we have. From our $7.50 Coat to the finest at $25 is just as big- value. Seen the plaids of the clans in the Spring- Neckwear? The3''re all represented, and the price is only FIFTY CENTS for choice. All the newest shapes in strings, hows, and four-in-hands. Time to change 3-our winter hat All the best makes are here, and j-ou know our prices are a dollar or two less than the exclusive hat stores. Worth, saving-, isn't it? Robinson & GhBrtrGo. i2th and F Sts. N. W. BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Time- for the week ended March 20, 1S97, was ais X1own: Saturday, March 20 40,204 Sunday, March 21 24,100 Monday, March 22 38,010 J'ucmIiiv, March 23 3S.J20 We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

THE CTHCTXATIOK' OF TOE TIMES XESTERUAY WAS THE WEATHER. tint. Fair, but with increasing cloudiness during the day; showers by Thursday morn ing; enstcily winds; feligliUy cooler. 3STO. 1,10 T. WASETOTGrTOlN, WEDNESDAY MOISTEN G, MARCH 31. 1897 EIGHT PAG-ES. OjSTE CENT. he 38,162 coriEs. . SGHOGK BEATS THE BECOHD Eclipses Teddy Hale's Famous Perform an ce in New York. BIS WONDERFUL ENDURANCE Crowds Throng Cunrcntion Ilall to Sec the Great Ruee Sclioelc Allies Ahead of All Competitors, Hut the Contest for Second Place Is . an Exciting One. IThc score at 2 n. m. Kctiook xuwson ;. Albert Golden Cussedy Rivierre Ford was as follows: Miles. Laps. 707 ........701 047 GOO 4SG -103 Muller 101 Albert Schock, by his wonderful per formance at Convention Hall since mid night last Sunday, has thus Tar established himself as the champion long distance rider or Hie world. Up to the present writ ing he holds Jill the world's recoids over 180 milw.ani) if lie t outlaws his pro-en! plienomenal pace l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

THE MOBNIUG- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 31, 1897. DDGIIG THE TRUST ISSUE Republicans Baffle All Efforts to Put Them on Record. HIDES A THEME OF DEBATE Mr. Hepburn "Wants Protection for Iowa. Cattle Against the Thick HJiles of Foreign Countries Grovei Cleveland Get luto the Debate and aiueh Amusement Created. The Dingley tariff bill -will pass the House tliis afternoon by a solid Repub lican vote. There Have been some indi cations of restlessness on the part of mem bers of the majority, but it is probable that the measure -will have the sanction of every Republican present, and of sev eral who have parted company with the Republicans on the money issue, aud are now counted with the minority. It is now doubtful whether Air. Bailey -will be heard upon the bill at all. An effort at the close of the session yester day afternoon to secure a postponement of the hour at -which the vote will he taken today to 4 p. m. -was unsuccessful. It may he renewed with better fortune to day, and in that e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

8 I BGLD TIPS SUCCESS FUELLITES IB RfflGE fALKER, Jjll Peium -4rc Ac? Hrt Varrf'a JbtW Stole a Grip Containing $1,676 From the Vatoldi Restaurant. NO CLEW TO HIS IDENTITY The "Dufccs" Ran Away From, the '"McGuires." Treats With Skill Born of Experience Aliycrvons, Clnonic, Skin and Blood Disease1. VICTORS DOUBLED THE RUNS THE M.OBNING- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAKCI1, 31, 1397. DI Kcrvons Debility ourco"" disease mt stilli'i- ing amour niaiiuitiil. Ilncc riurIi of tl10. clminic om 1 nuts which in Kc.ircinfsrillo can b Inc. tl to some Hum oi Nl.UVOU'i iVC-UCNL&b It is conliiied to uu iJ5 oi sex. Tim Vnilller wuo onsl1 'K'"aceo': 1 lib HHIU. tliec.uelcs' txiileianeo of " youthful spirits hvvo lieci uufoitun-Uc, and luul themselves in dinger oi losing then health, ambition, then live; mi.., Tr:.i,i! k.a iitu .muuic-AcH, UlIU -ivcji.ci.ea bj traces ol old coin il lints vvliieh tine li ib brought back at a pcnoil wi.cn thej ate i Oitauiioving, Will Hud it to their advantage to consult Di. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

- THE MOKJNXBTG- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1897, Ihc gffitMmta (Monxixc, EvESixa and Susdav) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUT HtNS BUILDING JCoitiiinAiT Coiurcn TrstTir sn DSts. Telephones Editorial Ilomus, 4SJ Busbies Ofltce, 10-10 JW YOIiK OFFICE, idCSTBACT BUILDING J rice 5 o nlug or livening Edition, OucCeiit 6m.d.iy Editiou 'three Cents ilcntlily, by Carrier Morning and Sunday.. ..Thirty-ilro Cents Evening Thirty Cents Morning. Evening and Fifty Cents .Sunday, J 111" MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening anil Suuiluy BOo Morning and Sunday 3 Do Evening and Sunday -35q "WASHINGTON, WEDNE&DAY.MARCHni The Czar and the Senate. Speaker Heed will 3am the Dingley bill through the House today and pass it over to the Senate, which, referring; it to the Committee on Finance, will proceed to await developments. Nobody expects a re port from the Finance Committee for six iveeks. "What is the House going to do in the interval'.' The Speaker says, "Nothing." He has uppointed no committe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

the MOKjsrraa times, Wednesday, march 31. 1897. 5 Lansburgh & Bro. 5 m 36 years in business 4 f in Washington. 9 I $1 CORSET, 79c. i Save 21c. and buy this Cor- sot today or tomorrow. It is v our $1 Nona Corset, fraely gruarauteed, and 21c ougbt 4 to be an object to you these bard times. Si. 25 Wrappar, Si. 12. 5 13c. Is an object, too, par v ticular y when you can have P the pick of any SL25 Wrapper A for 81.12. You know our A Wrappers are stylish, made full, and of the best W asha v ble goods. $ I i9c for the 25c. Aprons. , P Ge. saved on a flno white 6 Lawn Apron. For 25c. it is a the best value over sold in our house. i9c for Children's Muslin Drawers. 4 These are not stinted, but made full, nicely trimmed 5 with embroidery. $ pc. for Lace Worth 25c. 9 You ought to see the qua1- ity of this lace some "worth d more than 25c. yd. j 420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St. g 55vAaa3 CSS' 000 ns 00 sjj,fjvsA.B' s s 3 U 43 ffi il 8 8 8 (A 8 DON'T KEEP THE BABY in the house anotiier day; there...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WED STESDAT, MAKCE 31, 1897. 6 The World of Business. "Wall Street Yesterday. New York, March 30. Tlicrc was a dis tinctly better tone to tlic markets Tor te curities today. The apprehension in re gard to the recent det-Jsion of the Supreme Court disappeared i:i a, incafcurc because or Hie announcement that leading officials of "Western railroad associations had given orders to the freight agents to maintain lates, and also .because of state ments, which were afterward confiru.ed, that the counsel for the Joint Tiaffic Association would advise the continuance of the -association until the Supreme Court had an opportunity to pass upon its le gality. Only one u-nctiou of importance occurred during the session and that was in sympathy witli the sudden break in Jersey Central iiom S5 7-S to S2' on a revival of the rumors recently current that the dividend will be reduced. It is to he said that even this failed to dislodge long Mocks in any considerable amount and t Ii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

the aropsrrNa times, Wednesday, march; 3i, i897. MONEY WANTBP AND TO IX) AX "WANTED To borrow 100. Address. staUng terms, LOAN, this office. It MO.VET TO LOAN from S5 to 950, to reliable parties. J. H..BURNS,Room 8. Central bldg., 9tLt and I'a. ave. mliJl-4t LOANS MAPIS ON FUKXlTfJHK. i TIORSES. ETC. Loans mnac on furniture, Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc., at lowest, rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. 1'leasc call before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 010 F street northwest MONEY" TO LOAX-Idle money In sums of $100 to SI, 000 will Mini a sure 0 per cent real estate investment at tinted Suites Duilding and Loan Association, No. 13 13 F si. nw. umau-aiein MONEY TO "LOAN at 5 and G percent; security, real estate in District or Co lumbia; no delay lteyoud an inspection or properly .and examination of title. WAL TER 11. ACKEKOl 14Ui Jtli2b-tf MuM-.Y "iULOA-NDlREUT-CiiHrgesl per cent: rate 0.5 1-i mid G percent: In Wiiw lrom $l,i!UiLU 51.500; -...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 31 March 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, 3IA1?CH. 81, 1897, 8 I &r !a Get A Xtie enjoyment possible from cyellnu by beinij properly droned for it. Oril XK1V STOCK OF CYCXJXG ATTIHE Js lunjer nnrt finer than lite combined dlr-plavts ol nil other Mores in town so the riders who -tiure hcoti iliciu nil tell us. Our prices nre for Bicycle Suits $4.00 to $15.00 Comb nation Suits..,$io.OO to $20.00 BiC3'de Trousers Si.00 to $5.00 Bicycling: Shoes - - $2.00 to $5.50 Sw2aters GDlf Hose -Caps Belts $1.50 to $6.00 - rsc to $3 00 50c to $1.50 25c to $1.00 l;ieli nnd every article Is new, of this season's mulcr, is of strictly XJist!liss quality, ami tlie prices nre iriiarnnU'Od to be lower than nny sisntlar snides can lie obtained for anywhere in America. 2ew Sprint; Top Coats are rencly. Splendid values at all prices ST. SO to S5S5- One t$i5 wlilc.li we'll put alongside of any custom coat Ju town for 25. See it. Robinson & Ghent Go. 1 2th and F Sts. N. W. Clothes, Hats, Furnishings and Shoes Wt&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

i j J mMmh THE "WEATHER. THE CIHCrXATJOX OF THE TIMES YESTERDAY WAS the District-of Columbia, Maryland, nnd'irgmin, fatr; followed by. increasing, cloudiimiess-, northeasterly -winds; lightly, IWfliif warmeiu Viiglnla. " ,li(il3 a flijSwi iLiinaaiuit i f JRUuL -riJEgMLalWrgjfev, y J. coriES. ko. 1,108. WASHINGTON flSfJUUSDAY 3!ORNlN( APKIL 1. 3 SO 7--EIGHT PAG-ES. ONE CENT. --.f faHg ag Ja a- ' ) 3a,30 ft g'., ;Ute ir3X3ISsr?5 Mil r&errAsy V"V TaKffEff YORK -HERALD'S ' crnn? vri:T IVTC1?. V. M. . A a-. kill HE ISSUED ON x en t a v' i ifll, J. . 'rv - -'-' " next, anl uY.l be a mastcrrieco oi me A superb piouueuoa. de, in addition to all the ions of 36 Beautifully Illustrated Pages, Magnificent Cjlors and Half Tones. nrknllc antl fascinating contribu- Pat heal literature by G corgi n. i u , win bo AYS IN THE LIr-E OF JRSUS. rfP has seemed for its Easter ifj,dl written rontiibutions Wuild-Faiuous Writers. They x C11 U Punter b -Art it will Incltti news; y A.Tb J3sc tlc' liCjHMl, 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

TELE MOBNINGTJMES, THURSDAY, APBIL J, ltf97. 2 MUNYON POINTS JHEWAY EYery Day Adds New Hamas to t&3 Long List ol Washington People Who Have Been Restored TO HEALTH Hunyon's Remedies, Mutton's Spe cial Appliances ana Munyon's FREE DOCTORS Are Curiui; More l'eople Than AH o the Mod teal Profession iti the District Combined. ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT Hie Finest in the Country, Is Work in;; "Wonder in the Cure o Chronic 3iseuses. RENEWED "VITALITY Ik Given to the Nervous, the Ilrati: wenryund theliroken l)ovn. l'uln and Ache Are Dispelled. Female Troubles Disappear. lAEAIC BACKS Are Made Strom; Swollen and Stirf Joint lielnx and Become Flex tile, and Paralyzed Muscles und Nerves llcgnin Their Power. CATARRH AND DEAFNESS Asthma, Bronchitis and All Throat and l.!i:i Trouble Are Promptly Cured by Munyon's LIFE CHAMBER New Proof Daily I Given by Those 'Who Mnlte Public Their .Expres sions of Gratitude for a Complete Cure by theMuuyoii Treatment. .Mr. George F. W. Strieby.724 II st. tie.. Vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

V THE 3ixixiM TIMES, THURSDAY, APEIL 1, 1897. 8 .y ' golveThigPuzzlecirHan(isomePresent i $3SIPS3tS H5 BttM 0 fi J$w W ieAct St W.,. -l SM " " " - cogSMiaf 1 SftiSUsl&M .!,.- wcr- l-l J ft )ni " - " M?-f urn- smAW mm u a 25 Handsome Presents Given Away We will give the following Presents to the twenty-five persons who correctly solve above puzzle. if the FIRST CORRECT ANSWER received be from a L ADY She has her choice between a Gold Watch, Safety Bicycle or a Sewing Machine. GENT His choice between a Gold Watch, High Grade Safety Bicycle or a Rolling Top Desk. GIRL Her choice between a Gold Watch, High Grade Safety Bicycle or a Tricycle. ' BOY Hs choice between a Gold Watch, High Grade Safety Bicycle, Handsome Rifle or Shot Gun. List OF Gent's Gold Lady's Gold Handsome Prizes Paul E. Beautiful For FIRST correct answer received from cither Lady, Gent, Girl or Boy they have their choice. For each of the NEXT FOUR correct answers received we will give one of the handsome prizes nam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

THE SlOBKIira TIMES, THURSDAT, APHXL 1, 1897. 23sc .S2s &hneg (-QKX12C. JEVJttSIXG J12C1) SUSDATJ By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHIXS BUILDING KomiEAST CORKEK TEXT!! 'AKD D STS. Telephones Editorial Jtonms, -5S8 I'usluoe; Oflioe, 3W0 EW 10IJK ori'ICE, '.'009 TltACT BUII.DIKO Trice J n iiinpor Evening iiditioti. One Cent Siij dayF.dltlon Tlireo Cents A.'mtliJj. liy -Carrier Morning end Sunday i cuing Thlrtv-fivo Cents ...TliutJ Cents AlOlltlllg. i JivcniiiK aud Firry Cents Sunday, BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID MornIiiR. Evening nnd Sunday BOo Horning and Sunday SDo Erculn;; and Sunday .... -..- .S5o WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, APRIL. 1. Jammed Tlirtiugli. The Dingley trust tariff bill passed the House of Ileprcsentatlvcs yesterday, under pressure, and now goes to the Senate Speaker Heed permitted tlie nieasuie to be read to the House; but less than oue tifth of it was formally considered. Whn the bell rang at 3 o'clock it was simply ""Jammed through." Once before the country witnessed a sim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

THE MOBJrac TIMES, THURSDAY, APEIL 1, 3897. 7 6s $ X Lansburgh & Bro. J BEAUTIFUL -LAWNS. 8c J J Probably the pret- t tiest collection of 5 i Lawns ever shown in J Washington are now A 0 here for your selec- tion. The patterns are f certainly odd and J beautiful. The pretty J J stripes or the artistic J ? figures call forth your J admiration. The qual- 4 ity is as good as many sellforl2 1-2c.ayard. J S LADIES' Wrappers, 98c. 4 J We have a wrapper J that fits perfectly, in 2 either light or dark colorings, in percale or 4 lawn. Really worth d P Si. 25. We will sell all jj U this weekfor 98c. ? F 5 SAlso a Pretlr Black Saline Skirt, 98c. J A nice walking skirt, made of the best qua I- 0 ity French Black sat- ine. good width, with f J ruffle, for 9Sc. P 420, 422, 424 426 7th St. j Our Special 2-Day Sale for Thursday and Friday will be of great interest to bargain hunters. Don't miss it, it will be a great money sav ing sale. S30 Bit ILIA A2C- tini: SKIK1 h. over 4 nrus wide. 1 a-ul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 1 April 1897

THE jUOKKDSrG- TIMES, THURSDAY, APEIL 1, 189T. 6 J The. World of Business. Wall Street Yesterday. New i'ork, "March 31. -The recovery in the f-tock iiiaiket which set In yesterday on the introduction of the railway pooling bill in the senate made further progress vMth oailv trading today- The general list Improved "l-S to5-fe per bushel, buthrewd traders concluded that the rise was being taken advantage of to market long stocVs, and accordingly they soon changed their tactic. The bears continued their attacks on Nov Jei-ey Central, and succeeded in dislodging considerable long stock. lu addition to a revival of reports about a probable reduction of the dividend, it -w.is stated that some of the mines in the "Wyoming, Pa., district, Avere flooded and that sume of the anthracite companies -would suiter material loss. Jersey Cen tral broke G points, to 77, and tills led to i raid on Delaware and Hudson, which yielded rcadllv under the pressine, break ing from 10G 1-2 to 100 7-8. Lacka ...

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