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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 April 1897

V THE MOBNIIGr TIKES, MONDAY, APRIL 5,, 1S97. ;::j:):::: Spring Showing of . Men's dot king and Furnishings. Today and tomorrow you arc invited to call and inspect the latest Spring styles iu Merfs Suits, Top Coats, Bicycle Suits, Hats, iVectwcar, Gloves, etc No necessity to purchase. You are ivelccme to come and get posted. LOEB & HIRSti, 910-912 f street. g)';;:;.::!'''.-''' BLEAK DAY IT BEll Weather Was Against Training and Horses Remained Stabled. ? TWO HUNDRED RUNNERS HERE Jimmy McLniighllu Spent the Day of Keit Jn New Yorte Arrival of the StrJuus of Messrs", llureh and Giuliani, Ilotli Frotn tlie South Track Xcws. Tlic blue birds and wrens, thoie early harbingers of "Gentlo AniiicV appear ance, chirped in UiMiial tones at the Den ning track yesterday. The "advance agents" of springtime found little in centive to gayety in the chilling wind that blew broadcast from the East, and which was followed by a cold drizzle more berating midwinter than a Sunday in April, when all na...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 April 1897

THE MOBBING TIMES, 3KTSTDAX, APRIL 5, 1897. tEtmcxs (Vousg, Eytsiag and suxdat) Bj THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUl CHINS BUILDING iComnEAST coiinee Toth ax d Sts. U elophoues Editorial Roods, -JS1 l'usincs Offlco, 1040 ITW 10HK OFFICE, KH)" TltATT IJUILDrNO I "ct o ninjror Evening Edition, One Cent Bwcdiy Eiliuon ,....'lhrea Cents iJcutlilj, bv Carrier Knrnirc rnu bunflnv....Tliirrv-nvo Cents Evening.... .. Hurt' Cents Nonmijr. ) E cuing and Fiftt Cests fcuudaj. J BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning. Evenlns and Sunday BOo Morning and Sunday ...., 35o ExcuUiQuU Sundav .... 3Go WASHINGTON. 1IOXDAI, APRIL 5. A Strait-Jncltctod House. In his vvell-reiuenibered Centurv Maga zine article, the Hon Thomas B. Reed wrote "The sjstcm of avoiding action on important measures, ov means or tliese clogging rules, lias done much to de moralize the House " In another place lie refers o them as "a species of straifc Jacket, which, though voluntarily 1m Iioed, is ao great a proof of unsound mind as if some ...

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

THE MORNING TIMES, SJONJAT, AP1UL 5, 3 87. S Lansburgh & Bro. 4 A GREAT SPECIAL J IN OUR LAWN DEPARTTIENT. J The prettiest effects In f Lawns, Orgrandies, Lace 5 J Effects also 36 and 40-inch j a Balitse Lawn. I J TheJRegiIarI0&l24cGrades J a Your Pick . . For 8c yd 4 a On display in Center AiBle . 2 Main Building. 5XW?lfil. J 420, 422, 424, 426 fib. St. f -SSSSWiSi GQ5SSaSQQS5Q'S5SSS5 Don't i Cheat Your s I Baby Out of a single carriage ride you can't afford to. Nobody worries tt about a fat, plump baby for it is healthy-and the babies that go out rutin;; these bright, sunnv days are ffl the ones that are getting fat I You if! cau justas .well get the carriage here 3 (9 8 On Credit As not. It'll be just as pretty and "won't cost a penny more than vou would have to payiuau vof the cash stores. An elegant carriage at $12 a neat, durable one for $5 plenty more clean up to 50. now aoout tne .Malting, we tack it it It clown free! -and we only sell RE- 3 r rim l? .rti.in i?,........

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 April 1897

THE MOKlHNGr TIMES, MQSTDAY, APRH 5, 1897. TX--- (Copyright, 1897, by Max I'cmbcrton.) B YNOl'SIS. The Abbe Moreilei., cure or the village of i'vette, while on a journey to Paris with his valcl aud grooui, meets with a strange adventure in the -wood of St. Cloud. First, three masked horsemen approach and, ad dressing the priest as the lord bit nop of EIols, despite his protest)?, warn liim of the -ritcnc4 that liau.it the wood. A little farther lie rinds himseirin the midst or a strange company -a band of devils, dwarfs and other hideous creatures, all dressed in ecarlet, with a scarlet witch at their head. The abbe's (terra its taUe flight. The abbe, thinking they are a lot of masqucraders, makes bold to address them. In reply they repeat very, -word lie says, calling him tne lord bishop of Elois. They say that he must surfer, and the punishment agreed upon is that he must buy a supper at the House of the Scarlet Witch. lie is blind folded and, when he can again see, he is in a roo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, APIUX. 5; 189T. MOyiCT WANTED AND TO LO.Vy. LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old line lire policies, bank and syndicate certificates, building and loan assocla tlon Block, warehouse receipts, etc.: no delay. Apply -to YERKES & BAKER, Room 42, 11 10 F Bt. uw. CT MONEY TO LOAN from 55 to $50, to reliauie parties. J. H. BURNS, ltootn 8 Central bldg., 9th and Pa. ave. np4-7t loaxs made ox vunxmritH. I houses, etc. Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest possible rime. Strictly confidential. Please call before securing loans clBewhere. "WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. lilU F street northwest. AIONEY. TO LOAN la large and small sums, at 5 per cent; no delay. M. M. l'AUK.EU.41 S F st. nw. ma27-tr. MONET TO LOAN at 5 and G per cent; security, real estate In District or Co lumbia; no delay beyond an inspection of property and examination or title. WAL TER 11. ACKER, 704 14th St. iny. mh28-tf MOMii. AT FIVE PEK CENT. T...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 April 1897

THE MOKJNTETO TIMES, MONDAY, APBlXr 5, 3ri97. OUGHT your Spring Top Coat yet? See ours before you do. We have a cho:c2 line. Cor rect, stylish, perfect-fitting, up-to-date garments. A beauty at that's easily as good as any yoit'il see elsewhere at $10 or $12. Others here at $10, $12.50, $15, Si 3, S20 and S25. A big variety in each grade, and all of them worth every penny of their cost. Our new Suit stock new Chil dren's Clothing new Hats new Shoes and new Furnishings for men and boys is the most complete and best selected ever seen in Washington. All NEW articles of this season's make. Strictly re liable qualities and marked ex ceedingly low. 12th and F Sts. N.W. BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Times for the week ended April 2, 1807, wat. as follows: Saturday, 2tlurc.li 27 38,700 Sunday, March 28 24,107 Monday, March 20. ... 37,500 Tuesday, March 30 38,102 "Wednesday, March 31 38,430 Thursday, April 1 3S.132 I'lJdny, April 2 38,237 Total 253,388 Average daily circulat...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 April 1897

1 4 p The Circulation of The Times Yesterday WAS THE 57EATHER. c77 (n For the District ana Marjland, showers In the morning followed by fair; warmer; southerly winds. COPIES. m mm- h ii amw rrr m tmw ,0m m m m m mr ii On ! ftoTfiraiMK nnmflwffiii.iM-ivinoHnH BMBnimHiuir'JKMV innRnnnnnnnnffl m.v i !' ( iS ;i usro. i3i3. FLOOD LOSSEST IIGBEASIHG New Crevasses Put Many Fertile Regions Under Water. REFUGEES SEEK SHELTER People AVlio-c Homes Are Under "Water Camp, on the Jlllls Large I'oices Are t Worli llennirlug Weah Places In the Levees The Hailiouds Surfer. nelena, Ark., April 5. The two cre vasses below this city, the first at the "Williams place and the other at the Hub bard place, have put a vast area of line farming country under water, destrojing thousands of bushels of corn, and cairicd -wide disaster. Owing to the enonnous height of the flood, overtopping thoeor 18S2 and lFF-t by four to six leet, respectively, the fall of w atei ik stupendous, and the consequent cutting or fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, AFKIL 6, 3897. Agriculture Is to the United States .ship ping is to England. Mr Blums then traced the progress of England's advance and America's decline in shipping Interests, and said it is mani fest destiny that the United States shall dis pute the fonuer's supremacy ,aud fiom its position contiol not only Its own, but the larger part of the "world's carrying trade. He sketched also the navigation laws of Great Britain, noted the measures cm-, ployed bj England to maintain control of the seas, aud said few, if any, false .steps were made, and none out of considerat ion lor her competitors. Great Eritain today controls CO per cent of the carrying trade, owns half the floating piopcrty of the globe, unfurls her flag over onc-quaiter ot its aiea, and rules nearly onc-thinl of Its population. Could this position have been achieved or maintained, he asked, without first excluding foreign-built ves sels from htr commerce, and by enforcing discriminating duti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES: TUESDAT, APRIL (5, 1897. K STOP BEEEIK FOB OFFICE Booker T. Washington's Advice to the Colored Youth. SHOULD MAKE OPPORTUNITIES The Best "VVny to Prove Tlmt the yegto Is Xot SUiltlehh. 2Cor Lazy 'Is 'by Each -One Showing What lie Cau Do for Hiaisell I-nrge Audience Killed the Church. When Booker T. Washington was es corted to theplaUorm oft he Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church last night by Rev. F. J. Grimke and Pror. 11. M. Browne, of the Colored High School, he looked pleased at the fcize of -the audience. Every seat in the church was occupied, and there were nearly, if not quite, as many white people us colored ones. The wouieu connected with the church hah placed palms oa the platform in a tat-terul manner, that added greatly to its appearauec. The lecture or Mr. Wash iugtou was. given for the benefit of the Fifteenth Street Prebbyterian Church, and a very handsome bum was realized. Mr. Washington was introduced to the audience by Prof. Browne, who explaine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 April 1897

THE MOKKINGr TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL G, 189T. Etmtjtf IMckxikg, x:vE.irco and scrr day) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS iJUlL.DIXG Xv OKI HE AST COKKEB TENTH ASD D STS. Uclopliones Editorial .Rooms, 4S3 liuslncss Office, 1W0 rw vers orncK, iOCW tract jiuxxdino J lice J o ulngnr Evening tditJop, One Cent Sucday ICdltion Threo Couts cntliljt Vn Carrier Mmnli'c rndbunday Thirtv-flvo Cents Ecninj ....... Thirty Cents Moinlnc. J cnin;and ......,.... Fxftx CextS Sunday, ) IiY MAIL POSTAGE mnPAID Morning. Evening and Sunday 50o Mormug ana Sunday .....3Go Evening and Sunday 35o WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 6. A Deserted House. The Autocrat of the House of Reed -will be without a Congress on Ills hands until tomorrow, and then he will meet only to adjourn himself for a further period of three dayfe, unless he should possibly re lent fcurriclcntly to allow something in the way .of action for relief of the Miss issippi flood sufferers. Tiie fact that important public a8 well as business inter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 April 1897

THE AJCOXtNXNG- TIDIES, TUESDAY, APJB1X 6, 1897. 5 ifc & t fcSSSSSSQ &5SSSSSQSSSSQLCS55 Lansburgh & Bro. g figlpThe Best Underwear Bargains Ever Offered. A few Odds and Ends in Drawers, Corset Covers and Gowns. Fine Cambric Corset Cov ers, square or V neck, trimmed -with embroid- S erj and lace, 75c and g $125 quality, for 59c g Very fine Cambric Draw- 13 ers, trimmed with iiiser- tiou and ruffles ot Valeu g cienneslace,9Sc and $1.25 g quality, for 59c g Cambric and Muslin g Gowns, elaborately trim- a med with embroider and p lace, slig-htly soiled from g window display. Have (3 sold for S2 25 to S3 9S. g Now $1.00 and $1.98 g v 8xfy& 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. SSSSSSSS S3 K23S SStM SSSQSSSS 3 8 9 S I 8 S Don't fj Cheat Your -Baby i? Out of a single can-lose ride cau i .mom to aoimxij w orries rt nlxtut ii rut.. Dlumti Iialiv fur it ib iS Si healthv ami tlie babies th it go out js ruling tlieoc bright, suun elajs are 0 tn me ones tnat arc getting rat' iou 41 41 caa J...

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

6 Tiie World of Business. "Willi Street Yenterdny. New York, April 5. "While business was less active today, only 135,914 shares having changed hands, the market -was ir regular in its coune. Opening flguies were generally low, with tlie greatest pressure against Jersey Cento al. Tills stock broke nearly three points to 7G 1-4 and then rallied bhnrply on reports that the regular dividend woild be declared. When it was announced that the directors had reduced the dividend from a 5 to 4 per cent basis, the stock, instead or de clining, advanced sharply to 0 3-4. The demand boon abated and 'later the .stock dropped back to 77 3-8. The other anthracite coalers, with the exception of Delaware and Hudson, were not influenced by the erratic movements In Jersey Central and lield tolerably steady throughout. Delaware Hud'sou lirst lose about two points to 103 7-8, and receded to 102 3-Sa-102 3-4. The railway libt was feverish dur ing the earl session, but later developed weakness on renewed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 April 1897

if THE MOB"tNG- TIMES, TUESDAY, APIUL 6, 1897. y MONFT WANTED AND TO -.O.VN. LOANS 1IADK ON FUHNITUBK. : nonsEs. etc. Loans made on Furniture, 1'lanos, Horses. Wagons, etc , at lowest rates and Quickest possible time. StricUy confidential, Please call before securing loans clBCWhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 610 F street northwest. LOANS negotiated on Ftocks, bonds, old line lire io!lcies, hank and bjudlcnte certificates, building and loan ausocia llon btouk, warehouhC receipts, etc.: no delav. Apply to YERKES BAKER, Koom 42, 1110 F st. uff. tf i.fo"NET"TO Loan from ?r, to so, to rellaim: parties. J. 11. BURNS, Hooni 8 Central bldg., Otn and Ta. ave. ap4- t MONEY. TO LOAN in large and small Bums, at 5 per cunt; no delay. M M. P2YRKEK, 41 S F St. nw. ma27-tf. MONEY TO LOAN at 5 and C per cent; secuntv, real estate In District or Co lumbia: i;o delay beyond an iipectinu of property .ami examination of title. WAL TER U. ACKER, 704 14th 6U nw. mh26-lf A1UNE1 AT 1'IVli PER CENT. To ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 April 1897

THE MOKtfESra TIMES,, TUESDAY, APBIL 6, 3897. 8 The Ba3y Comer, 8th and Markat Space. THIS weather is making- the men folks chnng'e overcoats. Our spring- line is one of the best assortments we ever had and the values are undoubtedly better .than any one else offers. Our Covert TOP COAT at MANY NEW - INDICTMENTS JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St. I Your Good Luck Continues, Specific Charges Filed Against S.KANN.SONS SWEEPING Turner and McElhoue. is made from better fabric, fin ished better, will fit better, and has more style to it than main' j'ou'll see elsewhere costing- 52.50 to So more. Finer ones here at $10, $12.50, $15, $1S, $20 and $25rand all as big- value for their price, too. Spring Suits, too, are ready. Swell line of new Neckwear. Nobbiest Shapes in Spring Hats. Correct styles in Shoes. Big-grst line of Bicycle Clothing- in town. Lowest prices, too. 12th and FSts. ftLW. 6UMA Flub CIRCULATION. The circulation of Tile Time for the vi elf ended April 2, 1S07, vnt Jin follows: Suurday,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 April 1897

? ' The Circulation of THE TIMES Testar&y was COPIES. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tme. For the Distilct and Maryland, showers a In the morning rolloived by fair; warmer; southerly winds. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY MORNItfG, AP1TIL T, 1897--EIGHT PAG-E3. ONE CENT. DtfO. 1,114. wht I r. If DEM0GRAT1G TIDAL WAVE Chicago Goes Overwhelmingly for the Silver Candidate. MAYOR CARTER H. HARRISON HI Plurality Over Sears About 85,000-Other City Offices, "With H Possible Exception, Carried by Democrats. Joyful Demonstra tions Over the Victory. Chicago April 6. "With the magic or 3bis famous father's name, aided by. this independent split In the regular republican ranks, and the Hocking of the discon tented lalKuing class to the standnid or silver Dcmociacy, Caitcr Henry Harrison was elected major of Chicago today, and a great democratic triumph was. recorded. The 36,000 plurality of McKiuley over Bryan wiu, turnedinto a Democratic plural Ity of about 85,000 over Judge Nathaniel C. Scars, t He machine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 April 1897

THE MOKNINGr TIMES 'VVtEPlsESPAY, APRIL T, 1897. 2 ky the equally -enthusiastic assemblage ladies iu the parquet. He said in part: "Air. Ciio.imi.iii, Lndict and ueiitlemen "STe arc not in the midst or the campaign IThe campaign of 189G Is over, and it .will fce a year an! a liait before wc have tin: Congressional campaign, and three years and a hair before we Imve the Presidential campaign; an J yet.it is very hard for one going about over this country to tell where"" the campaign of lfiOG lett off and where the campaign Tor 1300 began. I never knew the rcople to recover Ironi a defeat and -start to work as quickly and as ear nestly as they have &ince the last cam paign; au J, to my mind, Uiis is conclusive proof tint people, though defeated, be lieved the;, wi-ic right; till tolieve they are right, an 'are every day becoming more convinced tif Hie ultimate succet.b of tlic cause in wi.hh they lme diluted. (Ap plause.) 2Cov, elections do not ?etUe ques tions. "Elec'.'iHis Mmply...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 April 1897

THE MOBNTETGr T13L.ES, WJEPyjSSDAX, APRIL T, 1S97. Green Mountain Boys Tied the Senators Until the Fifth. TWO PRETTT DOUBLE PLAYS Cartwright nnd a Day's Vacation and iloGuire and Ashe Played. First llase "Zeke" Writrley Do nee! the Protector Maslf and Mit unci Caught Three Innings. When tlic Vermont 'Varsity boys gctback to their home in Burlington, they will entertain the Green Mountaineers with giaphic .stories or now they .were able to score five ruii6 in a game with the . "Washington leaguers. The wonderment, and pride of the natives over the achieve ment of thccollegians can be wellimagined. The lusty youths with hair like piano players were very ptoud ot their quintet or tallies, and really that they trot so many sicross the plate against the veteran wui cause for pardonable pride. The weather, too, was to their liking, reminding them, as they said, or an August day "to hum.' This, with the -wind blow ing keen and cutting, and only an occa sional burst or sunshine to warm the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 April 1897

THE MOBRI2SW TIMES,WED:0:SDAT, APBIL 7, 1897. Slimes (.MOKKIXC, EVETISO AND SHSDAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHIXS BUILDING KORIHEAST COKKEK TENTH AJfD D STS. U clephoucs Editorial Rooms, 4SS Business Office, 1W0 JEW" TOMC CFF1CE, l'O09 THACT BUILDING 3xicc 'o-niugor Evening i.dltion, OnoCent Sunday Edition Three Cents Xlcntbly, "by Carrier Morning cndSundny....TliIrtv-flvo Cents TEvening .. ....Thirty Cents Norning. ) Eteniiigauil V Fimr Cexts buuday. J BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday OOP looming and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday ......3Bo "WASHINGTON. "".VEDNKSDAY, APRIL 7. l'ro-norJty .Election Ileturns. Building spiingtimc conies with its prom ise of tlie harvest. It makes different sorts of promises to various parties and people. It brings the redemption of two great "Western cities from tlie evils of gov ernment by the party of the gold ring, tlie trusts and monopolies. It offers the pictuie of nearly a Democratic bweep In tlie Oliio municipal electio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, XBRIL 7r 3897. Lansburgh & Bro. We know it will startle you when we tell you tbat wo sell the genuine Koechlin's French Organdies For 18c per yard. You will wonder how we can do this when -others charg-ejou 37)4 c per yard for the same goods. The patterns are well selected) some neat, some showy, some in between. Take your pick of any of these For 18c per yard. 5 oa)Wv?iei. 5 J 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. J S5SSSSS8 C5SSS&QSS3GS53S5V3 8 a ei a s (3 8 g s 8 Don't ev I Cheat Your Out or a single carriage ride you can't fiord to. Nobody worries about int. plump "baby for it is health v and the babies that go out fl riding these bright, sunny days are & uie ones uiab are getuug iuw iuu fci fcl Can lusLnK w.ll int, rhic.Arriiit?tliri tS S s On Credit As not. It'll be Just as pretty and J won't cost a penny more than you (fi would have ti payin any or the cash 41 stores. An elegant carriage at $12 CT "a neat, durable one for $5 plenty J) more clean...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 7 April 1897

6 The World of Business. "Willi Street Yesterday. New York, April C There wasa further falling off in business atlhe Stock Ex change today, the sales of stocks footing up only 123,531 shares the smallest total lor some time past. The market was un fettled throughout and responded quickly to manipulation. The professional ele ment "was in full control and legitimate business, that is to say, commission orders, cut but an unimportant figure in the day's operations. As of late the bears paid par ticular attention to the anthracite coalers and in the absence of support found little difficulty in bringing about lower prices. Jereev Central started oiT well and rose to within a fraction of 78. Later, under bear sales, Die stock dropped to 7G 1-1, the decline being accelerated by advices Unit the Pennsylvania legislature would in vestigate the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal Company, leased by the first named. Lack awanna, on moderate sales, f ell to 1 49 7-S, nnd Reading declined to 20 3-8. T...

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