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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 April 1897

THE -MORNING TJMES, OT3ESPAT, APJR1& $, 1S7. MOV IT WANTBI3 AM) TO LOAN. HONEY WANTED-WilUcl to pay 8 per cent hiMui-HunuiiH. t-everal firut truw inortcnges 5500 and upwards Address TRLST. ttits office anlS-10t WANTED Loan of $100 -will pay BP .! .. .....tii will rut.iirn In mOllllin G ayiiiL'iilfi: lruod security. Address 350, ills office. LOANS TllAHIi OX FIJHM'I UHK. ? HOsi-s. irrc Loans made on Furniture, Pianos, . "". Wagons, etc . at lowest rates una QUieki.' jiosxlblc time Mrlrtlj couflUciitl.il I jene call before semiring loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MOltTGAGE LOAN CO.. iSlO F street northwest. 1 HAVE THE 'ollowiur Minis to loan X sknii sSimiT S1.000.S1.300; S1.500. mid Sl.bOO, at 0 per cent; linger sums at 5 nor cent, applications answeied on day .J.!- i am ha a oahill. 52G 13th St. JAMES A CAUILL, 5! G 13th st. DM'. apll-ajt MONEY TO LOAN, from $5 to $50, to reliable paitu'a J II BURNS, Room &. Ccntial bld., 9th and Pa a o. a pi 1-7 1 LOANS negotiated on stocks, Don...

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. — 13 April 1897

''?!, i'" THE MOBNESTG TIMES, TUESDAY, APEIL 13, 13U7 8 r MEN'S SUITS in newest patterns and colors. Tweeds, Chev iots, and Homespuns at $103$ 12.50, and $15, each and every one of them better value than vou'll see elsewhere at $2.50 to $5.00 more. ' Best and largest line in town of Bicycle suits, Com bination Suits, Sweaters, Bicycle and Golf Hose, Caps, Shoes and Belts. Each and every article is 7tcw,of this season's make and prices are guaranteed to be less than same grades Bell for elsewhere. Boys' Bicycle Suits and Sweaters a specialty. fisenraervu0 12th and F Sts. N.W. BUNA FlPh CIRCULATION. -The circulation of The Times for the weelc eiw'ed April O, 18U7, w 3 3S.110 23,784 37,07G ...... o- 37,701 v edue.sduy, April 7 . 37,084 Thursday, April 8 37,534 Friday, April 0 .37,784 " Total 250,005 Average daily circulation (Sunday, 23,784, excepted). 37,853 J hereby certify that llio above 1b n correct statement of ci renin ion for the weels ended April 0, 1807: WUXLAAI P. LEECH, Man...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

trtf.if- Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WEATHER PROBABILITIES. WAS For the District of Columbia, occasional Bhowere; cooler Wednesday night; south westerly winds, becoming northerly. , no. r,i2i. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY MQRNTN, AP11IL 14, 1897 EIGTET PAGES. ONE CENT. tsysr-? Hflbt fRittei ' COPIES. " THE HISSOll 1IIST SEA One Hundred Families Forced From Their Homes. MISSISSIPPI R1YER LEVEES Little Hope of Savins Them From Vjclisliurg to the Gulf A Great Creviir.se luevltable oil the Louisi ana Line All High-Water Hec iords Are Broken. Omaha, April 13, -The Missouri is a vast sea at Omaha and rising hourly. Over 100 families have been forced Trom their homes m the lowlands. They had to go w quickly that everything was abandoned to the floods. Though the corporations, -whose Immense Interests arc threatened, put .hun dreds of men to work on the dikes, the 'water bioke through and tonight it looks like it will be the wont flood in the city's history. The flood is pouring In upon...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

THE MORNING- TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1897., OEMOGBAGY'S GRIST i! Continued from First Page. is not Thomas Jefferson, the creature of flesh and blood, l)Ut Thomas Jerferbon tlie philosopher; not Thomas Jefferson the mortal, but Thomas Jefferson the im mortal: not Tlmtna Jelferson who died, and dying, .sanctioned the soil of Monti cello, but Thomas Jefferson who still lives, and living, lends hope mid inspiration to all who ndvoeatij-equalUy berore the law. Though the recipient of more honors than usually fall to the lot of one human being, hebestoweJ upon mankind far more tha n mankind could pLhlblyliave bestowed upon him, and the ever increasing honor done his name by his followers, proves anew the truth of the Bible dot-trine that it ib more blessed ta give than to leccivc He comprehended more completely than anyone lia& before or Mace, the principle? which underlie our form of government, and he had such a thorough knowledge of human nature that he understood the points of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

THE MORBUS Gr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APttlli 14, 1S9T, TORY OF THE DISCOVERY f liiat Restores the Lost Hearing Told By Doctor McCoy Himself. The Very Errors of the Ear Doctors in Using Harsh Melhcds Was a Stepping' Stone to ; This Revelation. (From the Second Paper on Deafness.) "fallen I niaUc known my treatment it ivab condemned by tlie doctors, because it had no cutting, orpins and forcing in ic. Even clioiurn tliu oM-iuue iiicitiodb or treating ear troubles did (o little good, it Had been the practice of tlie ear doctors who Ubed tliu mettuids to excubc theui telvcs by Baying that in the capes when they failed nothing could be done. It wah along in 1SS8, while. .studying and lmjnoUng on my own methodbor treating difccaseb or tlie throat, that I made a Mart ling discovery as to diseases or the throat, and this I realized had an important bear ing on the cure or Deafness. 1 knew that ir .what I surmised was true there was still a "chance or bcnefUng those who were Deaf. I -wen to work ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

THE MOWlKGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1897. Sftmctf 2 O CRKIXG, EVEKTJCG AD SCJTDAT) By THE WASHINGTON, TIMES Co. IIUTCIILNS BUILDiNG ' Southeast Cokxeb Tkxtii and d Bts. 1 clcpuoncs Editorial' Rcn-ns. -18? 1 usincss Ofllce. 1B40 yrw toiik cpncE, -fXSTitAcrr irrramxa r.ricc J'o'uintror Evening Lditior. OnoCcnt Sunday Edition ......Tbrco Coats ttciitlily, by Carrier Morolrg mdSandnv....TliIrrv-fivo Cents . Evcninjr ...... Tlnity CsnU Mailing ) Ei ening and Fifty Cents bunday, ) 1Y .MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning. Evening anil Sunday COo llorniu;; and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday 35o "WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. To the Doiuocrats of the House. The House of Represent -atlvcs will meet this mornlnj; and we a pain invite its at tention to J?uZ A1 Unless specially ordered by tlie H&usc, the 8i:akcr shall appoint, at the com mencement of each Congress, the following standing committees, fir: The Speaker lias not yet appointed these committees, and in an address from tlie cliair o...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

THE MORNISTGr TIMES,' WJBDyjj:SDAY3 APRIL 14, 1897. Lansbargh &. Bro. A 98c Wrapper, 59c. In order to make astir at our Wrapper we will sell, for a few days only, a 9Sc gar ment for 59c. "Made of good quality percale, in all washable patterns that are bright and pretty, with fitted lining to the waist. Wat teau back, full front, with girdle, mandolin sleeves, turn-over collar, extra wide skirt, 59 inches Jong, with deep hem. Sizes, 32 to 46. CoKWcL' 420, 422, 424, 426 nil St. ssss sssssssa esssessss aoyi Don't let it stay in the house and get thin aud pale take It out in tiie frcbli air and cive it a chance tf to gel fat. before the hot hummer g weather comes. Get a carriage for. gt 8 ON 1 CREDIT! 1 We've got the carriage-hundreds g of them you can take your choice tJ of them all-aud pay the bill week- g iy or moiitldy noaiotes or interest. A When you think about -Mattings & .... .42 .-rr.vMi.'1ntt-i II ftVl'.'ir" 2 g s 8 S I s 1 8 lUIIIinillJUl UiWh" u.i.6'. " r and wc tack...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

THE MOKNIHO TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AFRIL 14, 1897. 6 HUNYON S CUBING HUNDREDS Bicli and Suffering: Receiving Free iledleul Advice at the Wash- jugtou Offices. MUNYOS'S REMEDIES Prove Tlieii.selvea to lie the Greatest Curative Agents hrer l'ut Hefore tbe Uublie. ELECTRIC MACHINE Astounds tlie Medical l'rofoislon by Its Marvelous Aetion in All Ner vous and itusonlar Diseases. MUNYO.YS LIFE CHAMBER Ik the Onlv Thoroughly Scientific Cleans of Caring Catarrh, Asth ma, Deafness and All Tnroat and Luni; Troubles. nave vou .a pain or an aclic? Are yon fiick in any wav? Do you find old school methods unavailing or too expensive ror your case? Can at tlie Munyun oil ices and vou will receive the most thorough examination and advice without costing vou a penny. WHAT PEOPLE SAY tVlio nave Ueen Cured by !Iunyous Hotnedies and Home Treatnieal. Ttfr. Mark Tinder, No. 1029 Marion utreet northwest, Washington, D. C. says: "I sulfered with rheumatism for thirty years. Kverv joint m my oouy snows the effec...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

THE XLORNEXa TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APJRIL l4, 1897. 'MONET WANTED AND TO LOAN. LOANS JIAPB ON FURXmiRE. T HOUSES. 1STC. Loans maac on furniture. Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc , at lowest rates ana quickest possible time. Strictly conrideutlal. Please call belore securing loans elBCWhere. "WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOA CO.. tilO 1'' btrcct northwest. "WANTED A loan of $20; good security and interest. WIDOW, this office. It -MONEY WANTED Will sell to pay 8 per cent semi-annually, several first trust mortgages $500. and upwards. Address TELST, tills orrice. ap!3-10t MONEY TO LOAN, from $5 to $50, to reliable parties. J H UUKNS, Room 8, Central bid?;., 9th andTa. avu. apll-t LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old line life policies, bant mid bjudicm-e ceiuricales, building and loan usBocia tion slock, warehouse leceipts, etc.: no delay. Apply to YERKJES & BAKER, Room 42, 1110 F st. bw. t MOJSEV. TO LOAN in large nnd small sums, at 5 per cent; no delay. St. 41. I'ARKJSR, 4.1 S F St. n W. ma27-tt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 April 1897

THE MOENESTGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APBXL 14, 1897 EVERYBODY seems to be getting Easter Clothes. Better come in today and select yours. Nobby, stylish, perfect fitting suits for men are here at $1 O, $1 2.50, $1 5, and up. Biggest variety and best values at each price in town. New est fabrics and most popular patterns, too. Specially Choice line of Men's cutaway frock Coats and Vests, in Clay diagonal, Vicugna, Worsted, and inauguration cloth. Sizes and shapes to fit alf men. Prices are $1 O, 1 2.50, $1 5, S20 and $25. Boys' long pants suits. 14 to 19 years, proper stj-les for their affe, "$7.50, $1 O, $1 2.50, and $1 5. As usual, the best stock of Children's Clothing is HERE. All the novelties of the season, all the staples, in fact everything that's fashionable and reliable. Suits are $2.50, $3.50, S5, $6, $7.50, $9, $1 O, $1 2.50, and all are well made, perfect-fitting garments. Robinson &Chery Co I2th and F Sts. esss ssss SS GSSS SSSS 5SS3 55 wa S CO-Case of 24 pints only $1 rt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER TROBABILITIES. tttle For tlie District of Columbia, unsettled weather, possibly showers in the morning; cooler; northerly winds. WASHINGTON", THURSDAY MOIGflNG, AVTIIL 15, , 1897-EIGrHT PAGES. OllB CENT. 1ZO. 1.122. SObe COPIES. 'U g w - A BOMB In the camp of competition. That was practi cally the effect that resulted from our announce ment that we would sell DIAMONDS, WATCH ES AND JEWELRY on terms cut even lower than ever. t It was the occasion of our first anniversary here and fifty-first in Baltimore an anniversary of the greatest round of successes that a jeweler ever met with, and it encouraged us to show our appreciation to the public in this substantial way. Fancy paying a $5 bill and having a $50 Diamond handed to you unheard of heretofore. We offer every honest man and woman the opportunity to possess Reputable, First-class Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry newest, most charming effects, and pay for them in a way that'll never ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

THE MORtflXG- TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 18J)7. You can find the daintiest little novelties here in junior EJaster suits that you ever laid your eyes on. And the best part of it is that the prices are at least a third less than elsewhere. We are making a specialty of fancy suits for the young sters and we know our prices are going to win your custom. S2.AS starts 'em for 8 'brownie" or "blouse." EISEMAN BROS., Cor. Tlh and E Sts. N. W. No IJrancli Sloro lu TVuslilnuton. HECHT & COMPANY. 'Ilie store where your prom'oo to piy bujs as much and for as hrtlcascasUt e Rush of Easti "buying- h begun, and if I Vj jou put off w' your shop- f your shop ing- until now you'll have to put up with the jostling- about, which crowds usually cause. We've added more sales people in every department and we're making- a very ? j strong effort to serve you f well and prooerly. m What about the boys' Easter clothes (Roller Skates with boys' salts at Sl.PS and up $ Theimceds $ are crying f out! You'll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

THE MOEJSTIJsrG TXM.ES, .THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1897 GDRHM HAS GUIEMIULT Criticises the Extravagance of the Appropriation Bills. HE QUOTES TilE PRESIDENT The Indian Appropriation Hill Culled 'lip by Senator l'ettJgrew The Maryland Senator Specifies Some Unneee.ssur.v lixpendltureH A Pre mature Debute on Wool. m A Bhoit discussion ot the- woolen tnitff schedule was-prewpitated .yesterday morn ing In tlie Senate when Senator Mantle cf-lered-an amendment from tlie Wool G row era' Abboeiutlun of Oluo favoring a latirr on tlie raw muterial. Senator Mantle abked to have the papei. bent to the Com merce Committee and made several a. lusions to tlie organized efforts of tne woolen manufacturers, whom, he charged, hud highly paid representatives to defend their interests. Senator-Hoar defended tlie manufactur ers. He hoped that peace and harmony would continue as to the woolen schedule Senator Mantle responded that he agreed in the main with the Senator from Massa chusetts that the interest, of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

THE MORSTUSTG TIMES THURSDAY, APEIL 15, 1897. SSmetf iVOttjnjfQ, EvEXlrC AND StTjnJAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. irUTCHIXS building tfOKTJTEAST COKSEE TESTH AND D STS. Telephones Editorial Rooms, 4S8 lluslnos Office, 1810 ZITT TCriT CFFJCK, C009 TJSACT BCTSOtKa lilct 3 o ninrorvcninsi.dition. One Cent Bur.tlay Edition. ....... ....Thrco Conts cinlilj, Ly Carrier Mmilng and Sunday Thlrty-fivo Cents Kxcninc.... ....... Thirty Cents Homing, l Evening and v . Fiftv Cents Sunday. I BV MAIL POSTAGE riUZrAID Morning, Evening and Sunday .G0o Morning and Sunday 3Co Evening and Sunday 35o "VTASHIXOTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15. The Complacency Scheme. The Republican managers In the Senate re leportcrt in some quarters as feeling as caj as an old hhoe about their tarlif program TJ.cy arc said to be confident that they can do all the trading neces sary vitl wool and lead ore, and that they will lie able to rclst the "Western demand for a duty on hides. Although the Eastern money" and trust powers h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

THE MOBNIIfrq TI3I:ES,-THITKSPAY, APBIL 15, 1897. jr LI ffl CO I s Hi a 1 !! 63 i! I Vr- O tv v-- o Lansburgh & Bro. 2 This Underskirt, 79c. A This elegant light-weight underskirt for spring- wear is made of fine black sntiue, with deep Spanish, flounce, finished with three rows of fine cording, gored at the top, on French yoke, with drawstring; length, 3S, 40 and. 42; worth 9Sc. Special price, 9c 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. O -'r'' '' -'' ''' O I EASTER ESSENTIALS.' Ladies can save money upon any article In our stores. Your Easter needs will b3 supplied In all that is desirable, and at a. most moderate outlay. S4 Silk Crepon Waists, $1.98. Jift Novelty1 Silk Crepon W-sists, very latest out, in mined with i elvefc 11 e a 1 value, St Spe cial, $1.98 Another lot or Novelty Silk Waists which reullv an worm not less than 5. Our price $2.98. $7.00 Silk Skirt, 25 hauilsomc Brocaded fellk Skirts.fXtra lull width it's a per fect beauty. .Actual value, J7. tepeclal, .. $3.98 Another lot ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

r- 5 THE MOKNiyo TIME?, THURSDAY, APIX 13, 1897. ET the Easter T7 Suit be cho sen from our regular line of $12 Suits, which have been reduced this week to $10.80. Styl ish Cutaway Sacks in fan cy spring plaids and mixtures and Black and Blue Cheviots. Better made better fin ished and with more style than the usual run of $12 suits. That makes the saving even greater. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7th St. 3B tf;SSS55Sa itiSt.GSSSSSGSSQ s if SPECIAL a a g 25c Bicycle Pumps 1 Oc S g 25c Graphite 7c S a 0 it s Bicycle Sundries At popular prices. g The J. & B. Flyer a S A first-class wheel, fully CO Cfl n jruaranteeii 4)40.011 g XII e liJN VUI $75.00 S Peer of tliciu all.... The OL.LVE- c i nn nn " v'itl. the plnless crank. $ UU.UU g Remember you can order your wheel (9 from uh llttcu with tne famous STOD- W DER PUNCTCRELESS TIRE with- H out extra charge. JONES & BURR, 513 Dili St. N. W. GSSSSSSS5SSSSSSSSSGSSSQSS3 5 The best wheel at the price $65 is the "ERIE." J I I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

THE MOENINGr TIMES. THURSDAY, APBUi 15, 1897. f MONET WANTED AM) TO LOAN. WATEDEoan of 5100; - .OTo'J- Address J. B.. this oT"cr. nplo-3C LOANS MADK ON FUKMiUBK. ; horsks. etc. .. Loans ranae on furniture, IManOT.nortwu Wagons, etc. at lowest rates and qulckC possible time. Strictly cpiinacutlnL 1 icnae call before spcurlngloaM elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAI cu., mu street northwest IDLE MONEY will Und a rate V'fi? real estate investment at .TgX STATES KCTIUnlNli AND LOAN ASSO CIATION, No 1313 Fbt. nw.apl43t-un n-vvTPn-V loan of $60 on furniture wort" Mi; & and Interest fgca. Address A. P. H., this otfice. lt.em -iinvrv WANTED Will bell to pay 8 per 3'c.t sena-annually, several first trust nmrtoiRift 5500. and upwards .Address trust, tins office. apl3-i y "MONIiY TO LOAN, from SO to $50, to .enable p.. rt.es. J. H . BURNS, Room 8 Central bldg., 9th and Pa. avo. npn-c XOANSnego'-atcd on stocks. bondB old line lire policies, bank and sjndieatt. certificates, building and loan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 April 1897

THE MOKNISTG TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1897 bUNA FlUh CIRCULATION. Tltc circulation of The Times for the week ended April 0, 1807, ivuk ns follow: Snturdny, April 3 38,110 Sunday, April 4 23,784. iMonday, April 3 37.07U TueMliiy, AirJl 0 37,701 "Wednesday, April 7 37,081 Thursday, April 8 37,551 ITrldiiy, April 0 37,784 Total u..... 250,005 Average dully elrculutlou (Sunday, 23,784, excepted). 37,833 1 hereby certify that the nbovo Ik a correct Htntetiieut of circula tion for the weeU ended April 0, 1807, 1VH.LI AM. P. LKIJCH,' Manager of CirculatJoa. Advertisers iiro cordially Invited to butibfy UieuihelveH u to the correctness of the above figures through an examination of our cir culation books, blank paper record, and circulation cash book. City Brevities I'm ate 13 L. Edelin, of the police force, has been fined $'20 for vio'atlon of para graphs 1 5 and 138 of the police man jal. Dennis Powell went down for sixty dns yesterday Tor stealing a cratch valued at ?lo from Arthur Pur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

j B? Gresfelwa of THE TTMES Yesterday WAS fcpr the IMrtriHttf OelawW, Detewwg, and Maryland, parttj dwljr weaUmrt eJhchtly wanner, northerly winds, becom n h ing southwesterly. COPIES. 3TO. 1,123. WASHLKOTON, FEIDAY MOKSTCNG ArjILX. 16, 1897-EIG-HT PA&ES. OSTE CEXT. 20hi witter 37,298 PUI TQ PACIFY GOBI Negotiations to Ilave Her Inde pendence Recognized. AN INDEMNITY TO SPAIN The United States Said to lie Aet Jiif; "With tlio Cuban Juiitti and the Madrid Government to lirlng About This Hcsult Castillo Stands in tlic Way. navana, via Key West, Fla., April 15.--A sensation lias been created here by re ports that are being widely commented upon in Spanish circles, that peace will very soon be established in Cuba, through negotiations now in progress between the Administration at Washington, tlio Madrid government, and the Cuban Junta at Xew York, the latter supported by Gea. Callxto Garcia and the Cuban govern ment in the field. It is said that the only obstacle in the way ot makin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 April 1897

.THE MOBNING- TlflUiS, TTRTPAY, APRIL 16, 1897. SAD SCENES III VIGKSBUBG The Steamers Bringing in Vast Growds of Refugees. HORRORS OP THE FLOOD Intense Suffering; Reported Help deeded Immediately to Prevent Loss of Life The Missouri Hirer Has Passed the Danger Line and "Will Continue to Hise. Vicksburg, Miss., Apiil 15 Tlie scene on Levee street litis morning was one that will not foon be foigotten. The thousands or citizens were' attracted by tlie sight of distress to be witnessed, and with the vast ciowd that each steamer brings it Is diffi cult t-o travel to and rrom tlie liver front. The water is at the floors ol the Vicksburg House and in many of the small bto'es, and .hops between Clay and Velo MjccLs. Tlie sidewalks have been inundated and the middle of the street is tet aside lor tiavel. The Y. t"M- V. yaidsaro almost, n lake. Tiie United States boat J. R. Meigs ar med from Davis Islaud today with ISO passengers who were lescued from the island. They state that the flood sit...

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