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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 April 1897

l C : lONEY WANTED AM) IP ;; LOANS MAHh ON FUHNItritr. HO ItS IS. ETC. Loins made on furniture. 1 iaV1?18vI111?0if'i V. agons. eta. at lowest rales an nu'cke-bt lipvjilo time. Strictly &nliiieal ..I I ease acjII lielorc si-airlne loans f-V-yS WASHINGTON MOltTGAGE LOAN to.. sifalO F street northw est. "MONEY TO LOAN, from S5 to $50, to rcIUWe liartili. m collate, al rcqu.reO. Ilium 8. Central lld., 9th and la. .ne. aplb-7t n IT Viir TON'S loaa orfice, 1218 Pa. Jive. ..mS lovieU ... )i'neh,dJm n0 . Jewelry, bilver -ware, etc. api.o-0.n 31 'KEVXO LOAN-SLOGO B'd, al 3 and 5 1-2 per cent, on D C real ista.-. -,io i?500 eie nt 0 per cent; oil iiifeiBaotitiiib' conducted with ecoiiotiilcal cMWdciaUon for boiiowe-b. WILLIAM Jl bAUNDl IS f fO , npl6d 14U7 !' Bt. aw. JwvKsKX WANTED Will tell to pa 8 Ier cent semi annuall , .several fiist 'rust jnia .gases S5MO and upwards Address g-gtvlST, mib office apl 3-1 ot LttANS xtcs-a-Unied on stocks, JioocIb. old line lire tmiicieo. nam: nuu ;-" 4...

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. — 19 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMJgS, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 389 8 You'll Appreciate The style, quality and general excellence of our NEW b , of Men's und Bov's "Wcarhiff Apparel. This biff building is filK -with the choicest and best products of the leading- makers of THE BEST SUITS, THE BEST TOP COATS, THE BEST HATS, THE BEST SHOES, THE BEST NECKWEAR, And all oilier furnishings for men and boys. Not a garment, not an article of furnishings, a hat, or a pair of shoes but what is NEW, of THIS SEASON'S MAKE, and is GUARANTEED to be THE BEST that an equal sum will buy anywhere in America. While the voting- men are at home from college is a good time to select tlieirspring outfit. Let us supply it. We'll guar antee Tou satisfaction, obinson 8i 12th and F Streets N CEhjlClJ BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Time for the week ended April 10, 180", wiis an follows: Saturday, April 10 38,051 Sunday, April 11 li3,1lS7 IMonduy, April 12 37.V--1 Tuewluy, April 13 3T.3S2 WeducMluy, April 14 37,18 Thursda...

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. — 20 April 1897

Tha Crcnhtiori of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS 4 WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tmt. For the District or Columbia, Delaware md Maryland, fair; colder? northerly winds. it 39eS7 COPIES. r R NO. 1,127. oirfii Beiiii CoiitacteiL TIMS FIGHT LIKE DEIOflS Importance of the Capture of Milouna Pass. 'GREEK VICTORIES ELSEWHERE The War Hot ween Turkey anil Greece Promises to He a. Short One On the "West Coast ami Frontier the. Greek's Are Carry ing; Evoi-ytuhigr Before Them iiurt linking: a Victorious Invasion of the Enemy'.-. Country -On the Other Hand the Capture of MJIoim.i Puss hy the Tux Us In volves Great Peril to the Gri-elt Cause The G reels Situation Has, However, Heen Greatly Improved by the Successful Invasion of JCiiim- by Col. Jlauos ami an At tach From Heveui Upon Edliem Tasha'.s Forces hy Gen. Smolenitz. The Turkish Commander-in-Chief Was Surprised and Narrowly Es caped Being Taken Prisoner. London, April 19. Although scarcely more than forty-eight hours have elapsed ilnce tlie decimation o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 April 1897

THE MORNTSTGi- TIMES, TUESDAY, APEIL 20, 1897. 23 THEEGG-R0LLINGFEST1VAL Thousands of People Crowded Hie White Lot. SCENES ABOUT THE GROUNDS XL Hiotons. Crowd of. Yunmratero Hold TliKrli Carnival From rtiirly Tdorning: Until the Buml Slopped nayintr l'retldent and Mr.. Me KJiilt'v "Were Interested Spectator.?. Easier Monday was observed yesterday, Recording to sotne good judges, by the biggest crowd tliat lias assembled on the "WliiteL'jt for a good many years. At 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon the whole bpace, from tlie fountain to the "White Douse, from the hills on the -west to the Fifteenth street fence on the east, was Simply coveted by a mass of humanity. This "was all the more remarkable by reason of tlie threatening rain and the tt'ft hio'.v which came out of the gentle tireer.es of the morning- The special at traction of the evening was the conceit by the .Marine Band; the other equally bpecial attraction being the riotous crowd of youngsters, who held high carnival there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 April 1897

T DB. J1U WMSTHE FEDERAL Father Bill Daly's Colors Again to the Front. FAVORITES GET THE MONEY Hnwarden, IVrcv , Hnlton, and Buddha Wmi -A Fighting Flnihli Between Two-Yeax-Olds Sims llodc Two Winners Good Attend ance, Fast Track, and Fine Spurt. Times TJi:k. First race Gee Gee to win; llnhoney eecond. Second race Sly Fox to win; DelJrate second . Thiid race R ussier to win; Naughty Girl second. Fourth race Butch Skater to win; Brisk eecond. Fifth race Decapod to win; Mnrse Chan second . Another successful day's sport is the history of the racing at Denning yesterday. The threatening clouds of the early alter iioon disappeared without rain, the sua came out brightly, and scores or carriage took the road to the races. The attend ance was about 1 ,500 and included a great many ladies, a much larger pioportion, in ract, than on the first day, when ladies were admitted free. There wore few scratches and no long delays at the start. Two hordes were left at tlic pott, Nut neither cut any ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 April 1897

THE MOBNjyg TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1897. Sgol SLtmeis C omcims, I vriNG ad -cr day) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. ni'rcnrs building Aoktiieasjt Co km: n Tiktii ass DbTS. U. e phones Fclitoili! JJro pa, 4S1 Julncs Of cs, 1010 mtt iork cmcE,'.no3aiiACT ntnr.nr-n Pnco o ninporCvcuiiiB I-aition. OnoCent 6uidi Cdltton 'lurco Cents Moi tblj. Ij Cairlcr JV'on is g End bundiy Thirtv Ave Cents 1 cuing - Tlnm Ccnt Ii o: inn jr. ) Lviimgaud Hftt Cents by mail postag;: pki:paid Stoning. Evening anil Sumiay Cf)c liornlag and Sunday 35c Exeuln:: and Sunday .35c WASHING! ON, TUESDAY, APRIL 20 'llievstilj ami IpiiuH. An official di&patch received at the Brit ish foioign office jcsteidaj was to the ef fect that Hie Turks uad carried Mtiouna IMkm, northwest or L.tnv,a, and viere on the ioad to the latter plate If this be true it (iocs not indicate fiat thev necea sarilj will take Larissa, because the un derstanding is that the main line of the Greek defense has Ti rnav os for its center, und the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 April 1897

THE 3IOEN1NGTIMES, TUESDAY, APPvIL 20, 1897. exsxjg $wqqq$2 Lansburgh & Bro. The Only Place to find Just what you want in Satihes. We hear the remark from customers every day. 4 And why? Because we carry the largest and best-selected stock of s foreign and domestic Satines cf any house this side of New York, a $ Just Received t Metallic Foulard Satines designs and colorings simply beautiful 32 in. wide abso lutely fast colors. Worth 25c yard. Our Price, 15c 3-ard. W)& 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. G$Qt,"$$&t$$G$&$M$K$ ssssso aasacaas qsssgs It's Yours! Help yourself to anything in this trig store just tell us that you'll oay the bill weekly or monthly no notes-no interest! Our kind or credit makes the buying easy. Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Sideboards, Chamber Suites, Parlor Suites, Mattings and EVERYTHING that helps to make the house comfortable. Our prices are lower than you can buy for CASH elsewhere. Everything 1h marked in plain figures make a comparison. Matti...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 April 1897

THE MOTUSTISTG TIMJES, TCJJGSDAY, AP.BIL 20, 389T. 6 Don't wait un til the "last horn "From Maker to Wearer? & . ..........-. ffi&&'r'4''r'''r':r'r r- -- -- - "&L1 w blows" and then Expect to secure any kind of J J choice of these $12.0.0 and $15. 00 Spring Suits we have reduced to $10. SO. Very naturally the best ones will III AiY go first so you had better be among the early birds. The Suits are stylish Black and Blue Cheviots and smart looking Plaids and Fancy Mixtures. Parker, Bridget & Co., ClothJcrs, 315 7th St. FOR MEN ;0" AND BOYS Probably we were the first bouse to offer to the Wash ington public a large and complete stock of Bicycle Coats, Trousers, Caps, Bts, Stockings and Shoes. The r qualiti of our present stock is better than ever; the s ? prices much lower. 5 5 Many prospective buyers don't feel ? as though tney can afford to pay m S100 for the Spalding Bicycle, which a i Is admitted to be the Best Bicycle Built. We are offering bargains In f m sec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1897. 5IONEY AVAXTED AT TO LOA'. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. 5. 5 1--. and 0 per cunt. ap20nv G ASCHJIROS .JJOj- st. nff. LOANS AIAIili ON KlTHNrj-bKiW Loans made on F urnlture. Manw, wTsiVSoh ffiNo0:. tsio F street northwest. MONEY TO LOAN, from S'rcd. reliable i arties, uo collateral oquui.u. Ewt Central bldg.. Oth anOTajne- it T-"riTrTi-iv; initn office, 1218 Pa. avc. HnV.S.a jewelry, bilver warc.jJtc. upio um MONEY TO L0AN-S1.000 upward, at 5 and 5 1--' per ceat, on U. C ruu tbtau. 2U 500, etc., at o per cent; au trTmsaciions conducted with economical consideration for Loi lowers. TOLUM H. SAUNDERS CO nplO-tf 140 1 st. nw. MONEY WANTED Will sell to pay b per cent semi-annually, several tint ,iul mortgages $500, and upwards. Address TRUST, this orfice. apla-iut LOANS negotiated on stocks, ''onds line life policies, hank and bJUita certificates, building and' loan associa tion block, warehouse cc.'ipts. etc.. no delay. Apply to YERKES it BAKER, Room...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 April 1897

THE MOKNING TIMES, TUESDAY, APJIUj 20, 3 897. 8 3 YOU'LL need light-weight gar ments most any day now. We have the newest and most complete line in town of Men's Top Coats, Men's Suits, Boys' Clothing, Bicycle Clothing, Men's and Boys' Shoas, New Style Hats, Spring Neckwear. and all oilier wearing" apparel for men and boys. Prices are guaranteed to be lower than similar qualities arc sold for anywhere in America. RoHnson&Clierylio 12ihand FSts. N.W. 3e S&MmtA BOMA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Time for the week ended April 10, 1807, wnr us follow: Saturday, April 10 3S.G31 Sunday, April 11 1111,5)87 31otidny, April 11! 37,121 Tuesday, April 13 37,582 Wednesday, April 14 37,1118 Thursday, April 13 37,'-S Friday, April 10 37,3 Total U4!),135 Average daily circulation (Sunday, 23,007, excepted). 37,328 1 hereby certify that the above Ik n correct statement of ci renin Hon for the week ended April 10, 1807. A VILLI AM 1 LKKCU. Manager of Circulation. Advertisers- are ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 April 1897

r Iftiira Tae Crcnktion of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS 37,421 COPIES. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. IMt For tlic District or Columbia and Mary land, fair, warmer, -variable winds, be coming southeasterly. iS2 NO. 1,12'S. WASUXSTGrTOST, W-EDESDAY MOKjSSTNG, ATRIL 21. 1897 JE1G-HT PAGrES. OSTE CENT. .jflpjggujifiro TllMSllE EiDuin Paste Mil tlie Great lota's Tactics. rREEKS fi&ht like heroes Fliey Ghe Way Before Over whelming Numbers. miE TURKS NE4RING LARISSA Euch rijilitlnp: Hats Seldom lleen Known in Hictorv Hit. Dead mid Woundi d Nnmbei 1 hoiisunds- Ihe Greeks 3I.ii c Suffered Through 31 id Geneiulslup, but It Ua-5 Not Diminished I heir Courage Ihe 'links Have Hroken Down the Gieeks' Comer and Aic Now Ad vitneiiifr Upon Tjuis,i On the Other Hand, the decks Aie Coi -linuinp; TheJi Ssticci'is in hii ius It Its Heporteel Hint J hev JIuv e Cnpruicd and Burned Di-HU-.J, nn ImpoiMiit Strategic Ioint, and Have Again Repulsed Ldhein P.ishu Hefoie Rev cni. (Ctpvriehted London, April 20 Ldhem Pash...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 April 1897

THE MOUlsrlN-a TIMES, iWEDESDAIT, APRIL 21, 1897. CIVIL 5E1BEJI PERI Elastic Rules Governing the Shah's Happy Employes. ONE ROUND OF HOLIDAYS "Nothing Much l'or Govennuent CleUi to Do but Draw Snlnrj. Two Hour, for Lunch ami E-.er,j-bodyV. Hiitliday- Celebrated 2s o Liuinlinitioii For iTltne-. The published statement that the Shah of Pcibia has concluded to send a diplo matic i epi escitHti e to the United States to fill the void t seated bi the thrilling flight or hadji Hassan Ghoolj Khan bc X. ic Hie tciiitjhig onslaught or the Amer ican lcpoiter, hab caused the Civil Service Commission to blir up some iufoimation about the uvil service regulations or that government awaj over in the land ofaun riae iiid which is known maiiili because or what it was, rather than because of wnat it Is I p at the War Department w hen one na tiuii makes a face at anj otliei nation the machincrj or the department is but in mo tion to find out just how manj bohheia that countrv has, tin pattern or its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 April 1897

THE MOHKI-gTG TIMES, TPJPJNESDAY? AP11IL 21, 1897, 8 ri RINGING NOISES EXPLAINED . Doctor McCoy Describes for the Doctors and for the People the cause of Those Noises in the Ears Which Have Puzzled the 4 Profession for Centuries. The Famous Physician Shows that the Tinnitus Aurium (Ringing Noises) Which Warn the Pa tient of Approaching Deafness and Often Accompany Deafness, Are in a i Word Imprisoned Sounds in the Inner Ear. "While unnatural sounds occur in the head as the result of too much Irtood pars ing to the brain and cars, still by far the greater number of cases of buzzing and rinpinp noises thut are heard within the head result from entirely different causes than too much blood going to the head. In these cases -where the noises heard in the head result from the rushing or -an in creased amount of blood to the brain, the sounds -will bo intermittent and will occur like puffs of steam, each puff correspond ing to a beat of the heart, which is forcing the blood along. The mos...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 April 1897

THE MGJtSXNG TIMES, Wi5jN"(EgDAX, JLPRIL .23, 3 807. tJflbc 3i4 imetf (MOKNINO, EVENING AND SGKBAYJ By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HTJTCHINS HUILDIXG UOIITJIEAST COBKEn TEimi AD D STB. Utlciibonee Edltprial rtooma, 4S8 Business Ofiloo, J MO KEW TOKK OFFICE, 2003 TBA CT BUItDrN-a Price J oningor Evening Edition, One Cent Bunday Edition Tliroo Cents Monthly, by Carrier f- rrnh-R and Sunday-. ..Thirty-five Cents inliig ..... Thirty Cents Evening and V Fifty Cents bunday, J BY "MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening ana Euuday ROo Morning ana Sunday 30o Evening and Sunday -.- aBo WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21 lied Cross to the Ke'scue. , Report -from Cuba during the past few days compel the conclusion, that not less then- 200.000 peaceable Cubans, men, women and children, are starving todeatti ill consequence of Weylers heartless orders. If the people remain outside ot the few X'utified places fctill controlled by the Bpanlards, they are hunted down and butchered by the guerilla troops. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 April 1897

TELE MOBNISTG- TIMES, TyV$DJJ3S3DAX, APEIIi 21, 1897. Lansburgh & Bro. S V 5 '9 25c a 5tnp J 5 for Embroideries worth J lOand 12jc yd. These J strips contain 4H yards J $ of embroidery (all beau- ? 5 tiful patterns), which I makes the price to yo,u only about 5c yard. 9c yard For Laces worth 25c. These Laces have been the talk of the town. As this is a great Lace sea son you will best appre ciate this bargain. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. j TS3SSS3 B5S3S5SS S SQSSK 8 It's Yours! Help yourself to anything In this bis i u'll big store just ten us mat youu g pay the bill weekly or monthly i4) no notes no interest! Our kind of ? credit- makes the buying easy. & 0 Refrigerators, fj Baby Carriages, Sideboards, Ciiamber Suites, Parlor Suites, Mattings I I I I I ta I 8 S 8 i ta and EVERYTHING that helps to make me nouse comionauie. vur prices are lower than you can buy Tor CASH elsewhere. Everything Is marked in plain inures make a compnribon. Mattings tacked down free; carpets made, ...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 April 1897

THE 31QTIN1NG TIMES, WgDgTEi&DAY, APRIL 31, 1897. If you expected to pay ten, twelve nr even fifteen CXy )a dollars for'your FctT?TWri RTTTT. I. . I J i A KM ncre s u tuauu M tr save souie- thing. This week we are selling- our entire line of 10 and $12 Suits for ten dollars and eighty cents. Attrac tive Spring- Styles Nobby Plaids and Fancy Mixtures also Black and Blue Chev iots. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 rUi St. Waiting For the Others is litvnrlaliiv the case wiien you ride UieS'A.riUlN: HICVCLK. ItlxKticli a graceful, eusy-runnlng wheel that It is a general favorite anions woni'ii riders, l'rii-e yiun. Tin SPALDING SPECIA L Is second only to tin Spuldliur. Price 7.r. Otlnr bicycles t o select from, l'rlci'h iii'u right. T'e fit Christy Saddles to Spalding Bi cycles without extra charge. It is the only correct saddle for women riders. Manv prospective buvors don't leel as though they can arrord to pav $100 for Die SPALDING Dicvcle, winch is ad mitted to hot lie ...

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

THE MOKJLNa TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APJK1L 21, 1897. .. - ---- - --.- -- 'ONlY WANTED AyD TO LOAN. VA7fTliD A. Government clerk want to bonow S100; will iuy 5 per coi.l per month and give Dill of tale of hoise and -:.r.iageorassigninurauuepuii-i-w-M-i able Society. Address Box u 3, tms ut ile! it 3lf K. FULTON'S loan offics, 1218 Ta, ave. ,nv., money lo-vned on w-atcnes.diuiiionds, Jewelry, bllver wnic, etc. nplQ-Om loans ox real, estate. o, 5 1-2. and G per cent. ap20-lino GASC1I BROS. 130 F st. ny. Loans made ox fukni rcitK, nOHSES. MTC. I.onns maoo on Kurnlture. Pianos, rBcs. agons, do . at lowest rates ami qi icke.t possible time. Strictly cpniideu al. 1 casi ell ncrorc Bpcurlnc loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., bio t' street north wet MONEY TO LOAN, from ?5 to ?f.0. tp tellable parties, no collateial required. Robai 8. Central Uldp. 9tb and Pa. ai. aplo-iC 2.1 WKY TO LOAN-Sl.Olh) upward, at o and 5 1-2 pel cent, on 1). C '' .j Jsr.o, sfcoo. etc, at 0 ler cc int. , all ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 April 1897

8 TOKOMS. A choice line of them HERE. New styles, new prices, a good one in Tan Covert Cloth. Well tailored and perfect fitting, for $7.50 . Easily worth $2.50 more. You 11 find inferior ones so marked in any store in town. Better ones here at $10, Si2-5. $15 and up. Buy vour Spring Derby here and save a dollar or two from hat store prices. Just as good hats we 11 guarantee them. otiinson 12th and F Sts. N.W. CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS,H ATS and SHOES BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation of The Times for the week emit d April 10, 1807, wiih iih follow: Saturday, April 10 Stnidity, April 11 Monday, April 1- TueMlnj, April 13 "WedncOio, April 14....... ThnrMlat April 15 Friday, April 10 38,051 H3,07 37,124 37.5S2 37,218 37,208 37,205 Total 240.135 Average daily circulation (Sunday, 23,007, excepted). 37,528 1 liercny certify that the ulwvo In n. correct otntutnunt of circula tion for the weelt ended April 10, lbJ7 WILLI Ail P. LliKCn. Muiiagerpf Circulation. Advertisers, arc cordially inv...

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. — 22 April 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday "WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. - , For the District of Columbia and Mary land, fair in the morning, followed by in creasing cloudiness; -warmer; southerly winds. troe. jg i S-.1 J iZTjgtrar rBMWUUIthHl rimiraraBnMni ri mi a:mcjm innc mm COPIES. t fKhe 37,294 rBBy TO. 1,123. DM TOWMD KTHEIIS Tymavo Falls Into the of Eflhen Fasla. THE GREEKS FIGHT NOBLY Turkish Commander Asks the Sultan for Re-enforcements. GREEK NAVY VICTORIOUS News From the Sent of "War Dus Not Materially Change the Situa tionThe Turks Appear to Have Captured Tyrimvo, and Edhem Pnsha Telegraphs Constantinople That the Investment of Lurls.-n Has Begun Should It Full the Moslems Will Have an Open Way to Thebes, the Ancient Pass of Thermopylae Being .Sow No More. The Greek Successes at Reveni and' Bogntzi "Will Probably, How ever, Prevent Any Immediate Ad vance of Edhem Pnslni- Severe Fighting Is Reported All Along the Line. (Copyright.) London, April 21. There Is no longor any doubt...

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

THE ffilllSjnHE FLOOD k Slight Improvement Along the Lower Mississippi. RELIEF STEAMEHS KEPT BUSY A Lnrffo Xumbcr of Cnldns mid UariiH Have Floated Away and ScuriiK of Tl.tun Are to Bo Found Jn tlie Wuodh Lodged Among the Trees. "New Orleans, April 21. The flood situ ation Is improving, but only slightly.. The relicr boat has for the past two days boon engaged in getting the people out of the bayou Vidal country, la the lower part 'A Madison parish, which is very low ground. 1 hrrc (learners were today sent to the le- lier of this inundated dislrict, with Sonic two Miore skirts and other boats. At Briarfield 1 00 negro farm hands wore found in a large cotton gin, and tluro was another large party lu a' gin at Kell's Mid at the Cape place, but all refused to icavc, having ample food for their acco-n-niodatiou. The rest of the population was huddled together on the levee, with their household effects. The negroes declared that llioy did not mow where to go If they were 'taken orr, ud ...

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