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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

iV - , e By JOIiL CHANDLER HAKRIS. XIL WHAT THE rATItOLLERS BA"V AND HEARD. The uchomc which Aaron had conceived and which tic proposed to carry out with-1 out delay was lHld, yet very simple sim ple, that is to nay, from his point or view. It came into his mind at the garden gate, and rationed itseir as he went whistling tothehorselot in full view ofGcorgcGossett. He swung himself over the fence nnd . made diioctly for Tlmoleon's Btnble. Tiie Black Slnllion beard tome one rumbling about Hi. .-.and breathed hard through bis nostrils, .nakinga low, fluttering sound, as high-spirited hordes do when they arc suspicious or angry. It was a fair warning to any and all who might "dare to open the door and enter that blablc. "Sol" said Aaron, "thai is the welcome you give to ull who may come to make you comfortable.'' At the fcound of that voice Timolcon snorted cheerfully and whinnied, saying: "Change places with me, Son or Hen Ali. and then tec who will warn all-comers. "Why, the ox has b...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 25 April 1897

THE MOBNlNfr TIMES. SUNDAY, APRIL 25. 1897. 20 7i III fj The land or tlie white elephant and tlic valley ol tlie Mcluam, Slam, is tlie sub ject olau ambitious descriptive work by Maxwell Sommerville, prol"e:sor of Sl'Ptol ogy in the University of Pennsylvania, which was published last week. It is not so elaborate as its largo octavo form wouM suggest, Tor the paper on which it is printed is handsomely heavy and the type agreeably large. Jn so limited a space it is hardly to be expected that all the wonders of this in teresting country conld he set out. Mr. Sommervillt has restricted htmsell to the cities of Bangkok, the modern capital, and Ayuthla, thea.uciciitcapit.il, andthe water Bccnes along the Mel nam, the Mississippi or the Oriental kingdom, which is the trav eler's highway between them. He -writes with the correctness and unimaginative ex actitude ol a scientist, to whom facts only are. essential and musing and moralizing urc foreign. He has observed with :i sharp eye and a ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

- ., S7 r - S$E X. . WEATHEK PROBABILITIES. THECIRCULATIOir OP THE SUNDAY TBCES -was one. For the District of Columbia and Mary- S7 Lland, rain In the morning, probably clear ing by the afternoon; decidedly cooler; northwesterly winds. COPIES. WASHINGTOIT, MONDAY MOKNING, APHIL 26, 1897 JEIGrHT PAGrES. CXNJ3 CENT. 2ZO. 1,133. Z''h-f" 5jS;"s ef- ? -r " TIk 312 r- A CRISIS AT 1 ike Fall of fke Greek CaMnet SICOM LIE OF DEFENSE Position at Pharsala Stronger Than One Abandoned. -DEWY ORDNANCE CAPTURED -Additional Details of the Battle of Muti Increase the Importance of the Victory Won by the Turk-,. The Greeks Fought as Long as Hope Remuini'd and Then Re--treatod in Good Order, Shouting, "Hurrah, Hurrah; War to the t, Death:" Notwithstanding the De- feat the Greek Government Con tinues Firm In lis Determination ito Fight to the Last. "London, April 25. A dispatch to tlie Dally Telegraph, from Elassona, the old headquarters of the Turkish army, states that a heavy smoko can be seen over ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

' JvV?r'-'lrtp"'- kl"-d THE MOT5WING TIMES? MOIST DAT?, APRIL. 26, 1897. -.js""Jf",.- ALL CAUSED By II BIGYGLE The Scandal Which Is Agitating Army Circles. .MRS. O'BRIEN RODE A WHEEL Lieut. Uumford Had One nnd They. Toole Hides Together This Started .the Gossips Captain ltntiteyn'c' "Daughter Said to Have Heun ilngngtd to the Lieutenant. Atlanta, April 25. Tho young, pretty wife or Lieut-. O'Brien, of the Firtinkiited States Infantry, bus been made, by Karri son gossip to figure in as sensational an Army scandal as ever a couitmartiul ot sober and severe old troopers was called upon to investigate. The court is directly concerned with the specific charges mads by Lieut. O'Brien against Capt.. Romeyn, who reflected, it Is said, upon Mrs. O'Brien's good name, with ttie result that she was ostracised by the wive of the officers at Fort Mcl'lier son. But the decision must concern the young woman more than Capt. Romeyn. Mrs. O'Brien was the life of society at the fort until she learned t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

-,1 "sffgWS - 5 igrvv gfc--' -Cg v-J -ifck'y" -v "" ,-r"B; " v THE MOUSOjNGIv TIMES; OTDAY, APRIL 26, 1S9T. 1. M'KIILETS D1LEMM The Claims of Gold Democrats Causing Him Trouble. PROMISES IIE CANNOT KEEP W. S. Fortiiiui, Commissioner of In ternal Itcvenue. unci the "Aid So eietyV Candidate for Governor of Illinois, ilust lie Provided For. Tlie Case of Mr. Jordan. "W. S. Forman Is Commissioner of Internal ileveuue, and his oWce is at the Treasury building, lie Ib also an ex-member of the House of Representatives from Illinois, and was last fall the candidate of the Gold Democrats of that State for governor. Mr. Fornian did not think he -would be elected governor and he never tried to be, but he did exert every energy In his mental and physical organism. to de feat the regular Democratic candidates an J elect the Republican nominees. His he T Ic work to bring about disaster to the party that had so often honoied him was of such a character that he considered him self entitled to a tang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

- sgg??- -",. -"S-fJE?? IP73&fs!l- - THE MORNING--EIIHfiS,: MOaSFBslT, APIJIL 26, 3 897. arg"- " f 4 M5Sf''"""'" ''"'-. bt xJkr StlUCXl (MOKXING, EVEXIXO AXU -SCXIJAT) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co., IIUTCIIINS BUILDING. KoUTIirAST COKNKIl TESTE A3TD D STS. Telephones Editorial Roams, 4$. Business Oflico. 1610. NEW TOKK OFFICE. 2003 T1IACT 31UU.DISO. Price Moniinir or Evening Edition. One Cent Sunday Edition Throo Cents 'Monthly, by Carrici Morniugand Sunday Thtrty-flv cents Evening ..Thirty cents Morning Evening and Fiftv Cents Sunday ) 'BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID. Morning, Evenlug aud Sundjy .....10c Morning and Sunday .... 3'c Evening and Sunday ,...5c Circulation Statement. i . The circulation oTiie Txsles for 'the xceek ending Saturday, Ajiril 21, 1897, icas as folhics: Saturday, April 17 .38148 Sunday, April 18 23,957 Monday. April 19. ... 3G.8J7 Tuesday, April 20 37,421 Wednesday, April 21 37,291 Thursday, April 22 37,849 Friday, April 23 . 39,131 Salurduy, April 24 ! 3S.301 To...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

SivfrjfS1 "f'' fUvfi&zr ? '"'', '-ysvif ,- - THE MOR STING TrMESMOirAY, APBIL 26, 1S97. isssrorasssssssssssswi t Lansburgh & Bro. 5ATINE SPECIALS 50 Rieces of jrood quality Satlnes, in choice new spring patterns. l2lAc quality For 1 0c yd. I lot Fine Satines, light and dark grounds, in Oriental and Dresden styles. Also Billow and stripe effects in Cerise, Green, Lavender, Old Gold and New Blue. Very fine quality. Worth 25c yd. For 1 8c yd. AH 30c and 374c Koechlin French Satines, this season's importations, staple and fancy designs, For 25c yd. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. SSSSSSSSQ SSS3SSSSSSSSSSS3 gssssssq ssssss? a 8 I 1 8 I s 8 8 8 1 I I 1 8 s i A Nod 1 Tour Head Gets A Bicycle I We liave just added a complete stock or ladies aud men's new 1897 Model Bicvcles They are standard, high-giade $100 machines -fully guaranteed but we shall bell them at $H0-aud Rive you the benefit of our easy weekly or mouthly pay ments. The $75 wheels at SU5. No rcabO-i why you shouldn't have a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

ppPfSr -fyr?, " z - " ' rf-r-vK -fj- xy-tt-. THE MOE NIST G CTCTg,: ,JM CXN DAY, -&PRIL 26, 1897. PLAY IK III. YOHK TODAY Senators and Giants Will Open the Metropolitan Season. GREAT CROWD IS EXPECTED 3JeJnmes nml McGuire and Doheny and Wilson "Will He the Opposing HntterJes TIiIh Afternoon Htislo and Mercer "Will Oppose One An other Tomorrow. W. L. Pet. Philadelphia.. 4 -0 1.000 Baltimore.... 3 0 1.000 Cincinnati 3 0 1.000 Louisville 2 0 1.000 Brooklyn...... 2 1 .666 Pittsburg 1 1 .500 St. Louis 1 1 .500 Washington.. 1 2 .333 Cleveland.... 0 2 .000 Chicago 0 3 .000 Nro York... ,0 3 .000 Boston 0 4 .000 Huh prevented the games nt Cin cinnati und Louisville yesterday. GAMES TODAY. Washington at 2sev York. Brooklyn at Baltimore. Boston at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louis. Pittsburg at Louisville. The National League teams change base and play one another as per the program shown ahoe under the heading "Games Today." The Washlngtons left for New York last...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

iCTfS"" SSV s. ? -Sf&Sa ":' -Jftifer-'frV: r? '-' .,"? iY""--4-; t" ii ww, w "J T THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, APEIL 26, 1897. cK 2 WONKY WANTED AND TO LOAN. WANTED AioanofSGOon furniture wort li 500; security; bonus and Interest given. Address F L , this office. It MONEY TO LOAN, from 5f5 to Jf50. to reliable parties: no collateral required. icmni 8. Central bldg., Oth and l'a ave. np25-7t loans mapi, on fuhntxurk. : houses, etc. Loans made on Furniture, lJianos. Horses. Wagons, etc.. at lowest raten and ouickent possible time. Strictly coniideutlnl. 1'leaBe call belore securing loans cl6cwhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. tilUf street north we-t. U.K. FULTON'S loan off lc-3. 1 218 Pa, avc. inv., nu.my lo.inedoii watcnes, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc. aplU-Gm LOANS 1N REAL ESTATE. 5, D l--, and G per cent. ap20-lni j UASCH DUOS, 1307 F st. nw. WONKY TO LOAN 51,000 upward, at 5 and 5 1-2 per cent, on I). O. real estate: s.250, 5500, -vie, at 0 per cent; all transactions c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 26 April 1897

Rjgfe'vll?? -s "s'sftF5 w- n$tr.TrF THE. MOENINGtTJMJES,, MONDAY,, APEIL 26, 1897. r- TEN DOLLARS Buys a tiptop, styllsb, well-made, and perfect-fitting suit here. The new shades of Brown and Ollvo in Plaids and Overplaids a bier vari ety of them all now, all stylish and all reliable. Bicycle Clothing la a prominent feature of our busi ness. Wo have, beyond question, the largest and choicest line of Bicycle Suits, Combination Suits, Sweaters, Golf Hose, ( ' Golf Caps, Bicyc:e Sho?s, Leather Beits. Everything that's new and reli able, and all at extremely reason able prices less than other people ask for similar qualities. insenfe 12th and FSts. N.W. THE MISSING VOTE FOUND A Clerical Error Caused All4lio Trouble. Chn. Inilermuuer'.s Vote for Sec- retary of C. T. U. ot Recorded. Will Me Certified to Today. The refusal of the election committee of Columbia Typographical Union, No- 101, to tabulate the vote of The Morning Times chapel, for a choice of secretary of the union in the elect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

bW&!iBxiF&- W' F The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. title For the District of Columbia ana Mary laud, fair; slightly warmer; northerly winds, becoming variable. M 1TO. 1,134. WASHINGTOK, TUESDAY MOEOTNG, APftlL 27, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. (XK"JE CENT. ft It S7;0S COPIES. H TO 11LEKCE Powers Will Not Mervene Until Ste Bess Helj. TURKS MAY HOT ABYANCE Misfortunes of the Greeks Due to Inexperienced Leaders. CHANGES OF COMMANDERS War Authorities Generally Agree That All Gieeee Is at tho Mercy of the Moslem Invaders It Is "Sot, However, Believed That the Turks Will Iiumedlately Advaijce Reyond LurJNi-Prince Constan tino Has lleen Recalled to Athens and the Greek Minihtry Ifo in Favor of Having King George Take Corninand at the Front The ' Xowh From Athens Indicates That the Poiiulnce Have Turned Against the Hoy a I Family, and M. It.illJ, the Leader of the Op position, Charges Constuutiue With Cowardice and Incapacity. (Copj righted.? "London, April 20. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

-. - -C3' - "- - .-" PsJiJ'. 4;v35,, THE MOKfflKGr TI3LES, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 18UT. V POLICEMAN TURNS ROBBER Officer James E. Pierce Arrested Charged With Burglary. ARRESTED IN BIS UNIFORM Charced With Looting Severn! Houses on His Georgetown Heat. Much Stolen Property Found at HJs Home ami Identified Several Prominent Citizens Victims. The arrest of Policeman James E. Pierce, who was taken into custody yesterday arteraooa on the charge of grand larceny, and in whose house was found stolen prop erty, valued at $1,500, has been followed by startling developments -which give to the case a far greater importance than it at Tirsl assumed. It is now stated on the best authority that seoral other officers are Implicated with Pierce, and in ail probability addi tional arrests will follow. A ligid In vestigation is being puMied by Inspector Uollinberger and the central office de tectives, and every effort is being made to get at the bottom of Uie affair. The po lice maintain the strictest s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

SwpT"","- ypr-' &g- THE MOBNIKG TIMES,. TUESDAY, APIMX 27, 1897. .v5 SJT"?i . ' CHAPMAN'S HOPE LINGERS Has Not Yet Obeyed the Bond Re quiring Him to Surrender. EFFORTS TO OBTAIN PARDON QuustJuu "Whether Clemency Qan JRe Extended Before JIt Crosses the Prison Threshold Other De fondants In the Coatempt Case "Will Probably Soon lie Summoned. The Chapman or sugar trust cate prom ises early "and interesting developments. The general publicknows from theabsirtet or the final decision rendered by the Su jreniu Court, that Chnpm.ui, who was convicted and sentenced to thirty days in thcWuMimgion jail in the well-known catci lot-t all chance of further proceed ings. This decibion was rendered o long ago that there lias been bonie Mirjinsc that the sentence or the lower court has not been carried out. This delay was partly explained by the district attorney yesterday, who said: I have -withheld action in the Chapman case until 1 fcl.all have had an i.proitunlty to lead the opinion of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

5- -- ; .- g "yzz '- -j SMV "?' Isjs: trSpET THE MOItJSTXNG .TIBHSS; TUESDAY, APBIL 27, 1897. bTj QSmcg . (JIOISNIXO, EVENING AND SUNDAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co., IIUTCHINS BUILDING. NoUTlIKAST COUXEK 'iVKXXir AND D STS. Telephones Editorial Booms, 3J. Business 03Ioe, 1010. NF.W TOHK OFFICK. '2003 TKAtTT HUIUHXa. Price Mornin:rorEvoniug Edition. Ono Cent Sunday Edjtjon Threo Cents Monthly, by Crriei "Morning aud Sunday .Thlrty-flvo cents Evening Thirty cont3 Morning f Evening and Fifty Cents Bund jy BY MAIL POSTAGE IMtEPAID. Morning. Evening ami Sunday COc . Mornlus and Sunday..... 3-c Eveningand Sunday. 3Cc Circulation Statement. The circulation of live Times for the week ending Saturday, April 24, 1897, teas as follows: Saturday, April 17 33.143 Sunday, April 11 -. 23,957 Monday. April 19 30,857 Tuesday, April 20 37,421 Wednesday, April 21 37,291 Thursday, April 22 37,840 I'riday.-April 23 39,131 Saturday, April 24 38,301 To'.al 288.919 Jhiily areraye Sunday, 23,9j7, ex cepted...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

re?; ""4-' THE aiORNTfrTGr TMES, TUESDAY, 'APRIL 27, 1897. VV4gS' 5 -Cgf. "-&? f?r '-S-4T -- 11 BassasaaBasHassaasBBascasaa Xausbukgh & Bro. b Special Price for This Wrapper, n 89c. This per fect fitting Wrapper Is made of good qual ity percale in pretty light shades for summer wear. Tight fit ting lining the waist; watteau full front, with o fancy braid, forming Bo pj lero jackets; wide girdle; g the new style sleeve; h turn-over collar; extra width skirt, 59 inches g long, withjdeep hem; all g sizes. a Order by mail if you livo out of the city. Stato slso desired. 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. EEE2E2SHEECEEtEHEECBEBSCEa cssacssa sassssss ess 3 A S 8 Of Tour Head Gets A Bicycle! 8 S a 0 tfl a t g (3 We have Just added a complete stoc k or ladles aad men's new 1897 Model Bicycles They are btaudard, high-grade 100 machines fully guaranteed hut we shall sell them (& at gs-u - and give you the benefit a of our easy weekly or inouthly pay r- V. ments. The 75 wheel, at $65. No ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

-..X'SSrrffcSCs-isis!? 'i-fz- -vr - - wU'tv'iPSeS. ?!""&&? -gfyih ?:r&-s5rt?4 JV5' "vr"s; ' s1 Sd "d.T' - "pw 6 THE aiOimrSTQ TIMES, XUffS DAY, APIML 27, 1897. ---------------h-----h-i--h--h--b SENATORS AND GlAiyTS TIED Washington's Chance to Win Was Cut Short by Rain. THE GAME WAS HARD FOUGHT Uereer Pitched In Great Form C r v right Scored on it Bulk A Crowd of 12,000 Witnessed the Opening:. A Purude, "With Husdc us the Star Attraction. W W. L,. Pet. W GinCinnati 4 1-000 2H Philadelphia.. 4 0 1.000 3K Louisville 2 0 1.000 flH Brooklyn....:. 3 1 .750 5S Baltimore....' 3 1 .750 6Q Pittsburg 1 1 .500 7g St. Louis 1 2 .333 BvS Washington... 1 2 .333 9S3 Chicago 1 3 .250 UJH Cleveland.... 0.3 .000 HS New York" 3 000 igH? Boston 0 4 .000 GAMES TODAr. Washington at Xew York. Brooklyn at Dal ti more. Boston ut Philadelphia. Cleveland nt Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louis. PJtthburg ut Louisville. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. gtou, 3; Xpw York, 3. Of 32J-. 3. Pittsburg, 3. fiee force s. 8...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

T."-i- A l - (.' ii&gZ!' -.W-.i.-- KSTir-fJr'-"?'' THEMMOKNING TLRLE38, TUESDAY, APBIL 27, 1897. MOXET WANTED A-CP TO L H. K.FULTON'S loan office. 1218 Pa. aye nw., money loatido.n watche. diamonds, jewelry, silver ware, eta aplb-Qm LOANS MADE ON" FURNITURE. T HORSES. ETC. Loans maao on Furniture. I 'lanos, np""; Wagons, etc. at lowest rates ami qulclkesi possible time. Strictly connacntlal.l lease call before eectirliw loans f?'r WASHINGTON MORTGAUE LOAN CO.. 610 F Etrcet northwest MONEY TO LOAN, front Jr5 J0-,,0? reliable parties: no collateral riulrcd. H.u.tii 8. Central bldg-, Otli and l'a. ac. np-O-it t n x-i- nv vrAl, V.KTATE. 5 5 1--, and 0 per cent. ajTMjrwGAJS B MONE TO IAK-Sl.OOU jipwarU, nt5 and 5 1-2 per ceat, on D. C. real cfctate. 5250, 5501), etc., at 0 per cent, all transactions conducted with economical consideration foi bonowers. WILLIAM II. BADNlH-nS & CO. anlU-tr 1-107 F ct. nw. LOANS negotiated on ttocks. bonds, old line lire policies, bank and syndicate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 27 April 1897

vTPSPW5'' ' - vfsssr uv """"'S',- v s' ' WF,' T1" "" THE MOBNINGf .TIMES; TUESDA3T, 'APKIL 27, 1897. St5-: T FAIL to sec our new line of COLOR ED SHIRTS. Rich'uew effects in Madras, Percale, Cheviot, etc. All the latest novelties, as well as the staple designs. Prices are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2. 00 and $2. 50. Wei I made and perfect-fitting. Each and every one of them. All sizes. Light Underwear, Spiring Keck wear; and all other furnishings for men and bojs. A big variety of the newest styles and best qualities. SPRING SUITS. We never had such a choice line of the better class of fabrics. The kind the best tailors charge you $30 to $40 for cost onlv "$15 to S25 nERE. And ours are,read for immediate use. No delay of a week or two with a doubt as to whether they'll fit or not when you do get them. SPRING HATS, all standard blocks and newest colors, at a saving of $1.00 to $2. 00 from Hat Store prices. Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. Shoes, 12th and F Sts. W.W. THE KEAL ESTATE1 OWN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

IMSf-vjj s.'.- 5,-3 -. 5 '& jSyi-uj .K" r55acriS5'" The Oircnlatloa of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS A WEATHIR PROBABILITIES. wit For the District of Columbia and Mary land, falrj warmer; northeasterly winds, becoming southeasterly. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY MOROTNG, AP11IL 284 1897 TEN" PAGES. OjSTJB CENT. NO. 1,135. TURN ON THE KING 3 e-,'SSfS IE mi COPIES. h Tie Greets Threaten to Detlirone Tieir Biter. MOBS AROUKrj THE PALACE Excited People Flocking to Gnn Stores ami Buying Weapons. WILD CHARGES OF TREASON The Defeat of the Greeh Army "Works the Athenians Into a Frenzy The Opposition Lender Hold a Conference AVJth the King All Agree Thut He Should Do Whatever the Army Decides. Prime. Minister Delyannis Say the M'nr "Will Be Coutiuued if the Honor of the Country De imnnds. It Latest From the Scene. Atliens, April 27 The situation here this evening is extremely critical and the fall of the dynasty is seriously threatened. Crowds of excited people are flocking to the gunmakers' and other...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

wt-wa 5 -ts yHx WC-E3TI9linS'9k2S T8" ' vUsa, "V" ""'Jr" Sjj J"assf '-?Zjif&ibS' 2 THE MOBNINGr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 189T. The -wind whistled through tlie lenricss elms at the nest of the tomb, on the banks or the Hudson, mid the clouds out ovcrlifall wore heavy. At 10 o'clock a telegraph message an nounced 'that President McKluIey had started for the tomb. At that time only the black frock-coated committeemen, all wearing highallk huts, "were there. Boon the seats .began to fill up, however, with Cougrebsrtien and Senators, and while they were UTrlving a band, stationed -within the pillars ol tho tomb, played "Hall Co lumbia" and "My Country, Tls oC Thee." Arcnbishop Corngan, J Addison Por ter, 'the Presidents pnvate secretary, and Chauncey M. Dcpow were anions the first arrivals of note Then came the Chinese minister In his gorgeoub "robes , or brigllCTiued silks Nearly all the other members ot the diplomatic corps were dressed like American citizens., with their coats,...

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