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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

. spssx,, wgs -.-? 'jir'p ""ii '.-'S Tytc jf?- r' THE MOBNING TIMES, WJEDINIESDAY, APBIL 28, 1897. o "-s x DEAF EARS HEARAGAIN Mr. Harford Was Prac tically Stone Deaf. MR. BEST COULDN'T HEAR THE CAR GONG. Mr. Lesli Was Totally Deaf in One Ear. Lost Hearing: Restored to Eacn Without . Operation or Pain. tfraifvllio Harford, 003 O st. ne. Employed in tlic Hallway Mall Service, l'ostofflcc Department: "Just two days ago, had you spoken to me In that tone I could not have heard jou. I was deaf, nnd Dr. McCoy's treatment has restored my hearing. "1 had been deaf in my right car for ten years. My deafness was. caused by going In bathing while I was overheated, and taking- cold. "Last January r had the 'grippe.' When 1 recovered from this, the hearing in my left ear was gone. 1 was now deaf in both ears. 1 could not hear conversation. I could hear the found of the voice when people spoke, but 1 could not comprehend. On the &treets I would have to look for the wagons and cars, fori coul...

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. — 28 April 1897

"rYi- TOSJS5 v "" 3'V5-'vwsfiWppjBS I?!?35:TSS THE. MOBBING- TIMES, , WEDGES!) AY- APBH 28, 1897. sKavaTps"?, CBL -POBTEB'S MOI He Hfllogizes Gen. Grant Statesman and Soldier. as TELLS OF THE NATION'S LOSS llrlct Bnt Eloquent Allusion to the Achievements of II h Slarvoloas Career Tie TVr.h Old in Concept on, IFIxctl in Purpose and Vigorous In leeiitJon. JJcw Yoik, Apiil 27. The oration of the day tvjik delivered by Gen. Horace Poiter, srlio said. It iB unlike a dream. One can hcarcely realize the lapse of time andU-c memorable events winch have occuued since our hero Ticwdent was first proclaimed one of the great of earth. The dial hands upon the celestial clock record the flight of wore than a generation fcince the legions of I America's manhood pomed down the hillsides, surged np from the vallejs, kuelt upon their native soil to swear eternal allegiance to the Union, and -went foith toseal the oath w ith their blood In m. rr hlr g under the ictoriows banneis of Uljsses S. Grant To...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

m !r -nrf-'fA.rri'- SP'SJfgWJ'1 THJEMORyiNQ . TIMBS WEqsraKSD&Y, APBK. 28, 1897., .04 i ., 6 ' ' ' ' " tM Cv- S A NATION'S HERO Continued from Second Page- York shore. Outside of these was another column composed exclusively of Uncle Sam's ships. The Maine "was atniic heud and behind hei vv ere tholudiana.the Texas, the Raleigh, the Columbia, and the n.onltoi s AmphltriteandTenor. Itwasa snow-white fleet, and the bunting blossomed above the fttiovr on stems and branches that reached high In the sir. Dispatch boat Dolphin "was ancho'ed ahead of the New York. It htretched out to the fighting licet coveicd almost a mile and a halt of the liver. The lighthoube .fleet anchored abturn of tile foreign squadron, while a long line of Tcvcuue cutters lay below thellue, headed' by the -Maine. Willi these to lengthen out iffe lines of warships, there was u btretch of water three miles long that was walled lu by bunting. The numberless craft com posing the excursion fleet, announced to form ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

TV. iwTGS5SR SiPSe? .7-. .1' -''-- . " Vg? T' " . 2- s f THE MOANING TIMES., yEPKESDAY, AP1UL 28, 1897. 5a nIS5i5i9Svr-sSI;"?'i-'' ' 1 28mcu (MOIWING, EVEXUfQ AND SUNDAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co., JHUTCHINS JBUILElING, XORTIIE.A.ST COlUfER TENTH AND D STS." Telephones Editorial Rooms, 481. Business Oaico, 1010. XEW YORK OFFICE. 200D TRACT BUILDING. Pricc-Moruin: or Evening Edition. Ono Cent Sunday Edition Three Cents Monthly, by Cirricr Morning acd Sunday Thirty-flvo cents Evening...., ....Thirty cents Mnrning 1 J-vcning and Fifty Cents Sunday....... ) BY if AIL POSTAGE PREPAID. Morning, Evening and Sunday. fOs Morning and Sunday 3Cc Evcningaud Sunday 30c Circulation Statement. The circulation oTiie Times for the weekending Saturday, April 21, 1897, teas as folloics: Saturday, April 17 38.148 Sunday, April 18 23.957 Monday. April 19 SG,8o7 Tuesday, April 20 37,421 Wednesday, April 21 .-. 37,294 Thursday, April 22 37,840 Friday, April 23 '. 39,131 Saturday, April 24 .. 38,301 Tota...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

'-ttf -f""f ,.-"3f "i,' ' vr ". , I ?PFm MGlHSTESra TIMES, WED:NESDA"Y, .APRIL. 28, 1897, A k. Lansburgh & Bro. fe For the Little Folks. THIS HAT ONLY 25c. Made of fine mull, full puffed crown of all-over embroidery, shirred brim, -wide strings. THI5 CAP 35c. Made of em broidery, fin lshed with '2 a nomnon or lace and rib- bon, full ruchingr around face and nock, wide strings. Bring the Littlo Ones with you. We have everything that is needed for them. Lots of beautiful Dresses, beginning at 25c. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. SSSSSSSSQSSSaBSSSGSSSSSSQ vvrM.in rjriMM R;:rR Nod Of Your Head Gets A Bicycle I We have Just added a complete stock of ladies aud men's new 1H97 Model Bicycles They arc standard, high-grade $100 machines fully guaranteed hut we shall sell tlicin at igSO and give you ttie benefit of our easy weekly or monthly pay ments. The $75 wheels at $65. No reason whv you shouldn't have a bicycle TODAYl Docs more than huy tlnvhic'yclc It furnishes your house CHEAPER than y...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

pw. a3" ss? THE aiORyiJSTQ TIMES, TfJS ONES PAY, APRIL 28,- 1897. SPOILING ULtt i n 0 ARVEST Munyon's Remedies and Eis Special Apparatus GIVING NEW LIF To Thousands of Suffering and Disease-ridd:n Persons D DISEASE Should Bo Considered Incurable Until aiunjon's Staff of Phy.sl- cJuuk Hus Parsed Upon It They Give Tlieir Serins Fn Mulio a Thorough IHnguos.s of livery Case, Point Out the Treat ment to Be Followed, Pre scribe the Remedies, and Cure 00 Per Cent. Don't give up hope. Toa'r think you cannot be cured because your doctor says so. , Don't tamper with "patent medicines and experimental "cure-alls." Munvon's Home Remedies arc nonpatent medicines," but are regular professional prescriptions, prepared after approved scicntilic methods, and tested In thou sands ot cases, so tliat tlieir action is known. Tliey comprise fifty-seven separate cures for as many dlffcreent diseases. Whether your disease besiigucor chronic, try Munvon. There are two timple -ways of dolugthis. Stsp into th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

WPSP :,V?t"KL-i-rr.-.'vi THE MOR-TO-iG TIMES, IW&DffKSJXAX, APJ3IL 28, 1897. 9 MONEY WANTED AND TO LOA.V. hTkFULTON'S loan office. 1218 jFa. aye nw., mousy toauudon watches, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc oplO-Bm loans aiAiui on FUHNrrunE. HOUSES. ETC Loans made on furniture. Pianos, Hp08; Wagons, etc., at lowest rates -and meekest ' posstDlc time! Strictly cpnnaentlal. I'lcaBe. call before securing , loans elscwhero. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAIS CO.. 610 F street northwest. AIOM:i' TO LOAN, rrom $5 to $50. to reliable parties; no -collateral required, licu.iii 8, Central bldg., 9th and l'a. ave np25-7c MONEY TO LOAN-$1,000 upward, at 5 and 3 1-2 per cent, on D. C real estate. $250, $500, etc . at 0 per cent; all transactions conducted with economical consideration for bonowers. WI LLIAM II 8 AUN J J- ,T0 nplO-tt 1-107 F Ct. iiff. LOANS OX REAL ESTATE. 5 and G Per Cent. ap20-lmo GASCH BROS.1307F St. nw LOANS negotiated on Flocks, bonds, old line lire i.-ollcles. bant nud f jud...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 28 April 1897

?'S,sg&'2g33te??- ev- 1 THE MOBJSTINGr TIMES, 1 WED NJTSDAY, APRIL 28, I89T. IP For Bicyclists We tiave everything: needed excep tbo -wheel. Have beyond queBtlpn tho largest and most complete lino In town of BICYCLE SUITS, COMBINATION SUITS, SWEATERS, GOLF HOSE, BICYCLE SHOES, BICYCLE CAPS, LEATHER and CANVAS BELTS. None but reliable grades of any thing, and overy article guaranteed to be as low in price as similar quality is sold for anywhere in America. Clothes, Furuifchinge, Bats. Shoes, 12th and FSts. M.W. mt JfPmetf City Brevities J. F. Pccrcc was yesterday appointed Inspector in the fccwcr department, with compensation at the rale of $:i.5i) per day Uullding permits were issued yesterday as follows: To Mrs S It. Tiiorn, for a dwelling at No. 1832 Sixteenth street, Sl-'.OOO; to James Kcllilier, for five dwellings, JCos 3209 to 3217 P street noiLhuest, $9,000. JDEATII OP HOONJ2 CHAMBERS. 311s iMiig and Faithful Government Service. Mr. Boone Chambers, who tiled on Sun day, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

WEATHER PROBABILITIES. O Th9 Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday - "WAS , For the District of Columbia, fair In tho morning, followed by increasing cloudi ness, probably -with showers Thursday night; -warmer; southerly winds. ime 3& sro. 1,130. WASnUSTGTOlsr, THURSDAY MORmSTG, "ArKEL 29, 1897 JEIGrHT PAGrES. OlSTJE CESTT. Wat t 38g621l COPIES. jAhMNi mmAiSSSSSnjiisauutJWtsmimT DEATH THE HEftPER He Rifles Mo Gntlirie Upon a MiMj FlooL DUE HUNDRED LITIS LOST The Domes of Two Thousand Persons Swept Away. A. SCENE OF DESOLATION The Rush o "Waters Burst Upon , the Town "Without Warning It Came Down the Valley iu One .Mighty Torrent, a Mile Wide, Twenty Feet Deep Jn the Channel and Four Feet Across the Entire Valley It Struck the Negro Quar ter of the Town First and Swept Away Their Cottage Like IIousos of Cards It Then Swept Over the Fairest Ilesldence Portion of the City, Carrying With It Ruin, -.Desolation and Death. Guthrie, Okla., April 28. Where, ot day light this morning, stood ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

--vi ""-'E5 ?jrss'(K?SfiiC"v if,ss"":s&?f :n!" $ti-?irs '3awils-5RS!5SS?5gS fsspsasBKrEss' THE HORNING TIM:ES; THURSDAY, APBIL 29, 189T. v -st Wiffsa'S"1 ? REPUBLICANS gui a m Flie Effect of Deboe's Election Upon llie Senate. CORBETT'S CHANGES SMALL The Oregon Aspirant INot lAUely to Be Seated Itepuhlienn Senators "Will 1'robuuly Insist Upon Being Giveu the Secretaryship of the Semite Kentucky Pntronngo. The action of tlie Kentucky legislature yesterday in ending the long utruggle in State by the election of a Senator to succeed Joe Blackburn was a matter upon which Republicans about the Capitol con gratulated themselves. It docs not cnange the situation with respect to the filling of the committee vacancies, for an agi ce ment has been reached on that question, and if the Republicans were to attempt to evade the compact that has been con cluded it would result in a filibuster that tvould brook ill for the success of the tariff bill, which, to the Republicans, is of vastly nijO ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

THE MOBHIISGr TIMES, THURSDAY, APHTL 29, 1897. a DR. HOBBS SECOND CHALLENGE To the Citizens of Washing Ington which has appear ed in this Paper forthe past three days is the Talk of the Town Many of Our Heiidera Are Extremely Anxious to Know "Wlmt tlie Out come of Tills Second ChnlleiiKO Will He In Fact Every body KecniK to Be In terested tut lie Test- As the result of tlic unprecedented of fer of Dr. Hohbs, that to dcmoiihtrate by actual tebtb the extraordinary curative powers of I) r. Hohbs Sparagus Kidney Pills In Kidney diseases, there would be GIVEN AWAY TODAY FREE SAMPLES of this wonderful remedy to all who would apply for a package at the Drug Store of Henry Evans, 938 F bt. nw., and Conn, ave. and S st. nw., his stoies were crowded this forenoon with applicants eager to obtain a sample. No doubt this afternoon and evening will witness at Lis stoies far greater crowds of persons who arc interested in this all-ab-borbing matter. Allpersous whohavc the slightest trouble with th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

;'35-SV 1 -T:S&--&'-'rF-P3-"-jir' THE MOURNING- T1M3SS, r. THURSDAY ikPJRIL 29, 3 897. f -'.'- -ft he jgadftaaa. QSmejff (Mokxing. Evening and Sunday) By TBB WASHINGTON TIMES Co., HUTCniNS BUILDING. KOKTUTAST COUKKK TENTH AND D BTb. Telephones Editorial Rooms, 4S3. Business Office. 1010. 2kw york orricK, '200i tkact nm&niNG. Price Mornins or Evening Edition. Ono Cent Suntlav Edition Three Cents Monthly, I) Cirrici Morning aud Samlay Thirty-five cents .Evening ..Thirty cents Morning ) Evening and Fifty Cents Sunday. S BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID. Morning, Evening and Sunday.... tOc Morning ami Sunday Sic Evcniugaiid Bandajr. SCc Circulation Statement. The circulation o"The Times for tho vstek ending Saturday, April 2i, 1897, was as follows: ' Sat urduy, April 17 33.148 Sunday, April 18 23,957 Monday. April 10 3G.857 Tuesday, April 20 37,421 IV&lncsdoy, April 21 37,291 Thursday, April 22 37.840 Friday, April 23 39,131 Saturday, April 24 38,301 Total 2S8.919 Daily average (...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

. -45. At -'!Q-- THE MOUSING 'TIMESi THURSDAY, APEIL 29, 1897. T- Lansburgh & Bro. WE BOUGHT THEM CHEAPER AND WE WILL SELL THEM CHEAPER. Ladies, here Is a good opportunity to buy. THIS EAiPIRE GOWN, $1.25. ' 'wlpS I Made of good quality muslin, with band of Hamburg across front, large collar and bretollos, edged with iruffls of Hamburg, full sleeves trimmed with Ham burg. Special price, $1.25. THIS FINE SKIRT, $i.Ip. !J3E,S53XS5iES5 Made of good muslin, circular style, with deep rumo of Ham burg embroidery, ostra width, mado on yoke band, with draw string. Special price, $1.19. Wo would advise you to buy more than one of these now, while you can save so much on these articles needed by you, particularly this season of the year when you will soon be making arrangemnts to go away on your summer outing. vuw&vNfti 420, 422, 424, 426 7fh St. 8 And These g I Prices, Make I The Buying I Easy! 8 Ladles' and men's JT Models or High-grade $iuu bicycles; fully guaranteed yours on easy ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

- '$?,2r-&?-' C'r3 srjf V '"" THE 31 OUSTING TIMES, . THOTRS DAY, . APRIL 29, .1897. 5 (ff-' SENIODR'S SPEEDY WORK The Boy Pifclicr Slopped the Senators Short Off. CAPTAIN JOYCE WAS FINED The GinntH Took the Lend at the Start and "Wore Xevor Pushed by thi Senators Silver King Hollered Norton, Hut Conld Not Stop the Fusillade. Philadelphia.. 5 Baltimore.... 5 Louisville 3 Brooklyn....:. 3 Pittsburg 2 New York... 2 St. Louis 2 Chicago 2 Washington.. 1 Boston 1 Cleveland.... 0 1 ..750 3 .500 2 ' .500 3 .400 3 .400 4-.333 4! .200 5 .166 5 .000 VESTEllDAT'S RESULTS. New Yorlc, 11; Washington, 3. Iliiltfuiore, 13; Brooklyn, G. Boston, O; Philadelphia, 5. Plthtburg, 2; Louisville, 1. Cincinnati, 5; Cleveland, O. Chicago, O; St. Louis, 5. GAMES TODAY. Boston at Washington. New York at Baltimoic. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. Chlcitgo at Louisville. Cleveland at St. Louis. New York, April 2S.-Left-handed Scy nour, the boy pitcher from Albany, dis pensed a magnificent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

""tti'-fst'g.-s5i) , "'&ifZ'&C 'i"' ' l i!$8(&-'fsr fi""j -3- THE MOBNTNa TIMES, TBLIJBSDA.;. APRIL 29, 189T. S' 'MOXEr WANTED AND TOIOAS. IDLE MONEY In sums of S1C0 to 51.000 will find a rafe 0 percent investment at UNITED STATES BUILDING AND LOA ASSOCIATION, No. 1313 1' C Hw.tnd can be withdrawn on 30 dayB police. All money" secured by first trust .m ieal state. up29-JC H. It. FULTON'S loan of Hoc, 1218 ra, aye. uv., tuJiiyloanedon watches, diamonds. Jewelry, silver ware, etc, aplb-bm LOANS MADE ON FUHNTLUltE. HOUSES. I5TC. Loans mace onrurnlturc. lianra , m oi-Hes. Wagons, eta, at lowest rau-u and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. I ease call ijcrore securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 010 Jf street northwest. j MONEY "TO LOAN, from 5?5 to 530' tp reliable parties: no collateral required. hihiiii 8, Central bldg., 9th and l'a. ave. np25 7 c MONET TO LOAN-51,000 upward, at 0 and 3 1-2 per cent, on D O. real estate. ?250, 5300, etc., at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 29 April 1897

mh-mmrm -fisjsCV tSF?? '& THE HOItKIN.G-.JJMJrSTHUBSDAY, APRIL 29, 1897. Scotch Plaids Plenty here of those stylish Plaids and Overplaifls in the new shades of brown and olive so popular with the young- men. $10, $12.50, $15 are the prices for garments which are as fashionable in cut, as well made and as perfect in fit as the very best custom tailor products. Come in and see them. You don't have to purchase unless you want to no one will impor tune you. Robinson&GheryOo Clothes, FuruUhings, Hats. Shoes, 12th and FSts. N.W. hzd Mm& City Brevities The engines were summoned yesterday morntng to No. 1S11 K fctreet at 11:30 o'clock. A slight fin-, caused by the ex ploRionof a gasoline stove, did $75 damage The iMoperty is occupied by iirs. J C. Colton There was no insurance. The Mount Zion Baptist Church, corner Twelfth and E streets northea&t, makes an appeal to its friends and the public All thai this church society has owned blnce the storms of Slay 28 and Septem ber 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 April 1897

,p?3SftasaMpwf -" f; .wteY?"4 s3r " "" '" 31 " sjssifw t?f5BT'j3,"i53r -" - f- ' Jt"'F "ff5- -V The Orcniatioa of THE TIME3 Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tine. For the Hist i let of Columbia, rain anil probably thunder storms; polder Friday uftcrnoon and night; boutherly winds, be K coming northeily. C0PJE3. WASHINGTON, MORNING, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. NO. 1,137. zWFHH"" A' - Sri .v 3XBQ Ar IIIL 30, EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE EIJILDING ASSOCIATION, 33 'ssue Stock Pen or Subscription. Assets, $1,468,338.63. ; Statement, April 16, 1897. Amount of payments on stock $ 5575826.8o -Amount returned to shareholders 4347885.8o ' -Amount of active stock 1,227,941.00 ". ' Amount of advances to shareholders 7,726,400.00 ' Amount of advances returned and settled 6,472,567.10 Advances lield hy shareholders...... ...:...'...: 1,253,832.90 Amount of net earnings 624,662.59 Amount of earnings paid shareholders 384,264.96 Net earnings and surplus 240,397.63 Receipts, past 12 months 1,029,017.7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 April 1897

- ' the aioKNiyq TiMggj Friday, april 30, 1897. 2 ,"T .8&c g'?!? i5-' We're showing a line of pure wool men's suits at $7.50 that'll equal the best you ever saw at $10. We do the making our selves that's the reason for the $2.50 saving. You can choose from nobby Scotch plaids and mixtures or plain blue and black serges and cheviots. Nobby "bike" suits, $5 and $6. EISEMAN BU.OS. Corner 7th. and E 51s. N. V, No I'raucli Store tn Washington. NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA Case Against Arthur Diggs, Charged With Murder, Dismissed. The'' Candidates for the Vticaut sliip Entertainment at St. Miir,). Academy Two Ma rrJnges. Alexandria, April 29. Tlie preliminary hearing of Arthur Diggb, alias Parker, colored, charged with the murder of Jcs&e Jackson, the Mayer of the former's sister, was held before Justice Hull yesterday. The only evidence which tended to con nect Diggs with the commission of Hie crime was the fact that a heavy cane, with an iron-pipe ferrule, was found in the loom which Di...

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

' iMf' f?"V-5f &3'ZZsr, &' f - .?V .S:S feSfTC?? -r" n'"" fFf THE MOBIONG TIME3,-gEyLY:, AERTL . 30, 1897. MUNYON HELPING OMEN To Throw Off th3 Terr ble Burden of Diseese and Suffering. HIS P QTUTT PELLETS TVorhlnji "Voiidir In tlie Cure of lc imili Complaints, Nervous Pros - trtitlon, Cuturrli, IUhmiimu tiHiu, DyppHlu, mul All ' . Other Maladies. NEW LIFE V -for the Lifeless in Munyon's Cp3Gal - Llfe-g-vinj Apparatus, MUNYON'S doctors Uiv'tiYpu Tlielr ExpertServlees "With out Cliur', and Keep You Thor oughly Pouted on Your f - Trouble and Its Cure. There is no clns, no age, and no condi tion of the people that Munjou does not reach.' His powerful, life-saving, and dib-esibC-auuiliilaUiig Home Remedies go Into evcrv home, and his Electrical Machlne-and Lire Chamber are being used by all classes or surrercrs. .Munjou lifts the burden of sickuefeS and borrow from pain-ridden "woman, and gives her that strength, ileal th, buoyancy, and elastic! tvof spirit -which lier Jiitture ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 30 April 1897

tgv' jjec- -$'"5-i s" -.'" '. J'j vt. s " t , '- - -? " ?"j THE MORNING TlM35siFJlIIAT APJRII, 30, 1897. 4 ?"?" Stmcx? (MORITOTG, EV2HING AHD SUNDAY.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, ! SXILSOir HoTCHHTS, President. HUTCIIINS BUILDING. Hew York Office: 2000 Tract Building:. subscription sates. MONTHLY, BY CARRIER: Mornlup, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning nnd Sunday luirtj-Gvc Cents Evening and Sunday Thirty-five Cents BYMAIL. One Year, Monjing.EveniDgand Sunday, J0.00 Three Months " - ' " "1.60 One Year. Morning and Sunday -1.00 Throe Months " ' ' 1.2i "One Year, Evening and Sunday j 4.03 Three .Months " " L23 Sunday only, oneyoar. 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied bysub fccriptlon price. Iklepiiones: Editorial Rooms, 4Sj; Busi ness Office. lG-tt. Circulation Statement, The circulation of Tiic Times for the weekending Saturday, April 21, 1897, cas as follows: Saturday, April 17 ........ 38.148 Sunday, Aprill8 23.9JT Monday, AprillQ GG.857 Tuesday, April 20 T7,121 Wedn...

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