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

Wki wanted and to 1A-V. Jewelry, silver ware, "f.n. apl0-6m loans madi. on FUHXirtriu:. r no its lis. etc- .--,,., Loans maao on Furniture. 1'nw. Hprflcs. Wagons, etc. at lowest "" o11 ''Icnsc posslblo time, btrictly ronaciiua where call bcrore ccurlr loans ewncro. WASHINGTON MORTGAGL LOAN UU.. BIO F street northwest . MONEY TO WAK-?1.MJ0 upwBfU. at 5 'v'.1 .a.y."y"f .. ii c: ana o 1-- ici kl-ui., - -- ,. all ;250. 5300. etc, at 0 per cent. aii .... r 1-" HIT L.t'UL. U -" . i slt.u. S3(I0. etc , at tiansactions cunuucicu iww v.w... consideration foi bonowcrs. ro apio-tr 1407 J.' et. nw. LOANS OX REAL ESTATE. 5 ana 0 Tor Cent. anZO-lmo GASCH BROS. 130 1 F fit. n w. LOANS negotiated on stocks, bondB.old line lire policies, bnnk and i judicata ecrli.ica.es, building and loan ;"i?c'R; Hon 6took, waiehousc receipts, etc. no delay. Applv to YERKEb it. BAI-lAl, Koom -12, xUO F bt mv. " MONEY TO LOAN ID largo and binall sums, at 5 per cent, no delay M. M PARKER, 1118 F st. nw. na27-tt. MONE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 May 1897

capsi1 $?' - 8 THE MORNING- TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1897. GOOD CLOTHES For boys cost no more tlinn poor odor, but tljcro nro no poor ones HERE. "We have no rooom lor any gnrinentH tliat are not of strictly reliable ciunllty of material and trimmings. w Special for today, brufcen lots of Children's $3.50, $3 and $2.50 Suits, ::::::: Credit that's a millstorte round the neck The Busy Corner, 8th and Market Spisa. -ls no credit at all. It Is a terrible incumbrance a burden It is folly to incur. On the other hand credit tbnt is really an nccommodatlon-whose terms arc easily complied wlth-which Is framed la Hie interest of the buyer-such a credit system ls the lire of trade, and an untold convenience to those whose circumstances require such an aid. We beg to state in this connection that the plan of Credit which we offer is incomparably the easiest and fairest yet offered in Washington. We extend it to one and all. We scale the time payment to suit INDIVIDUAL. CIRCUMSTANCES. We charge no ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 May 1897

ZTWFTW -s """3?'"' ' 4 - --Vy "WEATHER PROBABILITIES. Tub Crculation o THE TIMES Yesterday WAS For the District of Columbia and Mary land, partly cloudy weather, possibly light showers In the early morning; webtcily winds. tme :nxx 1,141. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY JMOROTNG, MAY 4, 1S97 EIGHT PAGES. one cent. - Tt'-'4a';"-ia0.,ic""'55?M"'- " fWhe 38,120 COPIES. fiCOIiL! CMS PICE . . TIic Rage of the Greeks Against Constantino Revives. DISGRACE TO BE RETRIEVED Pntrlots Demand Tlmt One Groat Hattle He Fought to Vindicate the Honor of Greece It Ik Be lieved That the Xow Ministry "Would "Welcome Mediation, 4A . (Copyrighted ) .London, May 3.-lt fcceins almost use less, according to dispatches from a great vaiiety of sources, to expect any rally of the Greek forces. The fighting spirit and fighting material of the rank and file fctill remain, but they lack competent leaden-hip. The rage or the common people revlveb as I he details or thelgnoniinous failure or lie Greek campaign in Thessaly beca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 May 1897

'pi'ir'fPr'-" "-fr-? v ,. w - - HE."5""-; 'e'' .' -'VT&!H &fi&&r THE MOBNISTGr TIMES; TUJ5SDAY, MAY 4, 1897 2 X - '- "'"V'VS S$ Friends of Destitute Girls Before the Charity Committee. APPEALS THAT WILL BE MET Charitable Women Detail the Work J ii the Institutions, Under Their Direction Slater J.ove u Motor to Guide Jtrrinir Women MiieU From u Wuyvurd Life. The hearing of the District charitable in stitutions was agaia taken up by the Joint Congressional Committee on Charities iitting in the Senate District Commlttee rooin, yesterday afternoon. Charitable work for young ivomen was the special subject to which the session was devoted. The diretloa "which the discussion was to take was set forth in the following topics, as set forth in the schedule: Temporary homes for young women; the need of sev eral institutions; the work of the House of the Good Shepherd; how far tills work should be maintained by the public; and if there is duplication in the work. The hearing was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 May 1897

"igWEir ?'rSS!S'-' 'j.-:-- - isYPhS!!r T THE MOBNING- TIMES, TU,JESfcAY, MAY 4, 1807. WL REEO'SjLUFF GALLED Ho Offered to Appoint Committees on the Majority's Request. MR. LEWIS CALLED FOR A VOTE A StrJct I'nrty Vote Indorses the Speaker" Previous Position Mr. SlmpKon, Defending Himself, At tach Plutocracy and IunctJoii. 3Ir. llniley Snubbed. Tlic proceedings of the House yesterday fairly bristled with antithesis and Miatchcs from the current political opera bouffe. There was, of cours;;, a serious aspect and result in u great deal that was developed in the three mortal hours and a hair that the commons sat aud entertained the pub lic; which, by the way, was expecting a field day at this wing of the Capitol. Tiie day opened boinowhat drearily. -Mr. J. B. Showaller, recently elected in the Twenty-fifth Pennsylvania district, was pworn in, and the President was enabled In one intermezzo of the Kilkenny cat fight to be heaidin a message respecting the lynching or Sal vato re andotherlt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 May 1897

- s j-y - - THE MOBNINGr TCVKS, TUESDAY, MAY 4. 3897. Q&mt& -(MORJTIHG, EV2HTITC ATTD SURD AT.) ur HE 1ASHDIBT0H TIMES COMPffl, ST1LSOH HUTCHTa'S, President. HBTCHINS BUILDING. Few York Office: 2000 Tract Buildim:. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Monthly., tiy Caukieh: Morulng, livening aud Sun(lay..Fifty Cents "Morning and Sunday .....Ihirtj -five Cents F-voeingand Sunday. .....Thirtj-.fivo Cents BY MAIL. OnoTcar, Morning.'EvcnIuganu Sunday, SG.OO Throe Mantlis " - " " 1 .50 One Year. Morning and Sunday.......... -i.DO SIsroc-Moiitlis " " ' 1.2) One Year, "Evening and Sunday 4.00 'Three Months " " ' . 1.-3 iSumiay-iErty, one year.......... 1.00 OrJer.slyjnaH -roust be accompanied by sub scription -price. TKLCiuuufKS: Editorial .Rooms, 4SG; Busi ness Ollice, HH;. Circulation Statement. i : The circulation of Tiie TrsiES for the week ended Saturday, May J, 1897, icas as follows: Sunday, April 23 .'31,247 Monday. Aprils 37,086 Tuesday, April 27 37.18G Wednesday, AprilZB 38,021 Thursday, A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 May 1897

j" g-ss1 e -?-V ri"rtrs,i'i! r j" ?"" " ' THE MORNING TIM SSsf TUESDAY, MAY 4, 3897. 'f ' - I Lansburgh & Bro. 1 I The End Is Tonight 1 of the most remarkable sale of Small Wares and Dress makers' Supplies. Better come rijht along and take advantage of the special prices. Hooks and Eyes. The De Long Hump Hook. and Eyes 2cdaz. The Oscar A. Dc Long Talent Spring Cameo Hooks and Eyes; 1 in black and white; sires 3 and I 4 3cdoz- 4 SwellHook andEyc;bighgrau"e: 1 wilh the Hump black or white; 8lzcs3and4 IScgrosa I Bristle Tooth Brushes. a Made in France; every brush stamped. Regular 1 o. g value 3c each I Whisk Brooms. a Selected Corn; well made plush tons. Sold everywhere for h 10c Ec cacli Mohair Cord Skirt Binding. w Conibiuatiuiicuidand braid pro- ! tccts the skirt Regular price 8c. yard Sc yd. 5 Dress Belting. i Black and Light Colorings. 1 Regular 10c belling 3c belt I Sundries. a Wnvnn Tnne Measures: GO incnes mug; uin.-u uuu3..3.c u , Darning Cotton Cards Gc doz. Spcnu Machin...

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

ZV i-4(-""y4iST,1-5aa --'J n' THE MOBBING TIMES. I TUESDAY, MAT 4, 1897. 6 " 'S-r-G-''-f -t1 $7-25 for Suits worth up to $12: $9.25 for suits worth up to $15. But for our good fortune in securing these suits from an overstocked manufactu rer we'd have to ask full price. They are the swellest of the spring styles in Tweeds, Fancy Mixtures, and Black and Blue Cheviots. Those that should be $S, $1 and $12 are offered at $7.25. Those that should be $10, 12 and $15 are offered at $9.25. We ask you to compare the values with anybody else's in town. If you don't say ours are better by far we'll be very much mistaken, that's all. From the way we sold 'em yesterday we. wouldn't advise you to delay. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTH I CKe, 315 Seventh Street. 8 Don't be deceived by fj th2 adverse criticisms S of blcjcle manufacturers and n agents, who may be overstocked 8 with the out-of-date leather sad- 15 dies, against the 1897 CHRISTY g ANATOMICAL SADDLE. 5 You will be pleased with this g ...

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

'i&e8g!?&i?)tevx!! r: erry&yT''rj' " sTrr" & gTtewsw9e'SF'-,,s r??'5-tsr,:": rgHr ,c-g''refs; TfflS MOBBING TIHES TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1897. . 'wonky wanted and PJl: H.K. FULTON'S loan off Up. 1 21 Ta. .aye. nw.. money loauuuon watencs. diamonds. jewelry, 6llvcr warc,etc. apl0-om MONEY TO LOAN-From SO to 5D0. to reliable parties: no collateral lequlrca. Boom 8, Central llldg, 9th and P"- ae. my3-7t,em LOANS MADK ON FUltNITlJRH. : horses, etc. Loans made on Furniture. Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc, at lowest rates and quickest pos&iblo time. Strictly confidential. 1 lease call before securing loans else whore. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 610 F Btru:t northwest MONEY TO LOAN 51,000 upward, at 5 nnd 5 1-- per cent, on D. O real estate: $250, 5000, etc., at 0 per cent; all transactions conducted with economical consideration foi boi lowers. WILLLM II. HAUKDERB & CO.. aplO-tt 1407 F St. nw. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. 5 and 0 Per Cent. ap-0.1 tnu U ASCII BROS. 1307 F st. nw....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 May 1897

---r-' rr-$&-Z: 'JfS5'-;' i VJ" fip'T'v" -- '" S" -g "Vj--fj -tttia. 0 THE MOBNINGr TIMITS, TUESDAY, MAT 4, 1897. s "- A' I i ANOTHE I Of those popular combination suits for Men, consisting of Coat, Vest, trousers and an extra pair of Bicycle or Golf Trousers Nobby, stylish effects in Tweeds and Homespuns. Good, honest fabrics, honestly tailored, aud at honest prices, $10, $12,50, for qualities which would be considered big bargains, even with out the Bicycle Trousers. Buy your spring Hat HERE aud save a dollar or two from hat store prices. Newest shape Derbys, all standard blocks and shades, $2 S2.50 $3. New style Alpines $1 S1 .50 S2 Black, Brown, Nutria and Pearl. Choice line of Spring Neckwear at 50c. Exclusive patterns Same quality as sold elsewhere for 75C inson&CEieryCo Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, 12th and F Sts. N. W. W&td City Brevities. ratrlck F. Hart was yesterday fined $10 Ay Judge Kimball for atsiulting James Riley. A steam engineers' license of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 May 1897

"f "F "i 3" -V " J- " .F " . -r ff- v- pt ; - f f . - WEATHER PROBABILITIES. tme For the District of Columbia, unsettled weather, with occasional showers in the early morning, probably fair in the after- noon; .slightly warmer; westerly windB. wrASTTTNTcyroyr, WEDNESDAY UOKSI&Q, MAY 5, 1897 EIGrHT PAGES. ONE CENT. KO. 1,142. -v,-v : jy;; IE Ew CJrcnlafion of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS COPIES. Wit 18 HUNDRED LIS LOST Paris Thrown Into Mourning by a Terrible Disaster. CAUGHT IN A DEATH-TRAP Tho "Grand lliiznr de Chnrltle" Was " Crowded yesterday Afternoon ""When It Caught on Fire Many of the Most Distinguished Peoplo of Trance Died in tho Flnmos. j Paris, May 4. The Grand Bazar de Char Itie, which -was inaugurated jesterday, ended this afternoon in a disaster which caused the loss of at least 200 lives and which lias thrown many of the best known fa-nilies of Trance and other conti nental couutries into mourning. A fire started in the flimsy structure in which the bazaar was being he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 May 1897

t&J" 2 THE MOKNIJS;Gl.TOMJBS WEPyjilSDAY, MAT 5, 1897, fyS"-&- ,t" - House; and lie trusted that, still, before It passed tlie Senate, it -would be greatly reduced; that there should be also a great reduction in expenditures; and he appealed to the Senate to uppply the pruning knire to the Bundty civil bill. Mr. Foraker replied to Mr. Gorman, and created a laugh by saying that the speech Tcmlnded him of the refusal of a governor of Ohio to grant a pardon on the ground that he had already granted two pardons In the county that the convict came from. In other words, he said, Mr. Gorman's objections did not go to the amount of the proposed appropriations, or to its merits, but to the bill at large. lie leniembered that that Senator had made a somewhat similar speech oa the Indian nppropiiation bill", and had Im mediately thereafter put on his hat, over coat, and gloves, and lert the Capitol, In stead of staying to watch the progress of the bill, and to point out its defects. Th...

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

i"t - vi"s'- -r "i'"Si?'i!r ' . - " tS, THE WOBNING TD1 Eg, y WEDNESDAY, 31AY 5tt 1307. v'-. - t??i r f l k. i i : THEIR HEARING RESTORED Miss Westhorpe Stone Deaf in One Ear. MR. VERMILLION HAD BEEN DEAF SEVEN YEARS. Mr. Berkeley Was Almost Totally Deaf. IMJss Sallie "VVestliorpe, 103 F st. nw., orrice division of issue. Treasury De partment: "If I closed my right ear I was absolutely stone deaf 1 could not Jiearoue bound. Now I hear again perfectly. "Three years ago 1 had an abscess in my left ear, and at intervals from that time it gave me trouble. Labt fall a severe cold settled in that ear, and I went to .Doctors McCoy and Cowden for treatment. Ringing, throbbing and beating nwscs, and noises like steam escaping fio.n an engine, in my head annoyed me terribly Thcbe noises have been entirely driven away, and I bear again every woul and every bound with perfect distinctness.' Had Been Deaf in Bolh Ears Seven Years. Fred Vermillion, 2324 Clmnipluln " ave. nw : "I had been deaf in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 May 1897

-V ' cc"U,-5-,t j j$, &-s vrv?r & THE MORNING .TIMES, JVDffJESDAY, 31AY 5, ,3897. . -.. i, gZ r- d)C tmex MQSKTNG, STCKIftG AND SUI?DAY.) nv THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, STILSOK HUTCHIKS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDINO. Kew York Office: 2030 Tract Building. SUBSCItlPXIOK RATES. Monthly, by carkieu: ilornliifr, livening a:id Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Ihlrtj-flvo Cents Evening anil Sunday TUIr,ty-flvo Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng.Evcnltigand Sunday, JC.03 Thrco Months " " " " J.W One Year. Morning: and Sunday -J.00 Throe Months " " J.2 One Yenr, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Mouths " " 1.23. Sunday only, onoyoar 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, 4&G; Bu 1- iiess Ollice. IGW. Circulation Statement. The circulation oflnr, Tiau:s for the tepek aided Saturday, May 1, 1897, was as follows: Sunday, April 2o'. 31.247 Monday. April 26 37,080 Tuesday, April 27 37,180 Wednesday, April 28 38,021 Thursday, Apri...

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

"-'' s" gv "f? " "'Xf' & ' &? &&' " 'W-''Sr'"' THE MOBNISICr TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAY '5, J 897, r GSSS G Lansbukgii & Bko. g Special Sale of Reliable Corsets. "We have bunched together two Jots of $1.00 Black Corsets or the most' reliable makes. One is the "Nona,"' made by the W. B. people, and the other the "Sonnette," made by the C. r. people. You can have your pick for 79c. Thus you save 23c, and get -with it oui guarantee. Just the same. A 50c Summer Corset, 25c This is a bargain. Indeed; 25o for a Summer Corset of good texture, good steels and strongly made. Corset Department, 2d floor. I t S fefea?. .420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. &S535SSSCSSQQSSSCSS3SSSTOQ Efl A Great Offer OF Three Special Bargains. .$1.25 Corsets for OOc. HUflne Cornets, tliecelebruted matte, C H u In frpirlte, regular price $1.25, special price 69c. flj $1 Percale "Wrappers, 59c. New Lot of Handsome, Best 1 IN-reale "Wrapijern, material Kuarnnteed fust color; work imtiisiiip uiidfit yuti...

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

.-.--. p? -, "-J-j. S-a-if - 5!i&" V"Jt"''' THE HOKNiyCL TIMES, WJ-Py-ESDAY,, MAY 5t 189T 6 2 "rn--j''-' " ,-,--''.n ssf"" 'i ( Seems like extravagance to go and pay some other clothier full price for a Spring Suit with our Spe cial Suit Sale staring' you right in the face. We got a big lot of Men's Suits from an overstocked manufacturer at a figure that enables us to offer you Suits that are sold every where about town at $8, $10 and $12 for $7.25 each and Suits that are sold ever v where about town at $10, $12, $14 and $15 for $9.25 each. All the new Spring fab rics Fancy Cheviots, Tweeds, Mixtures and Black and Navy Blue Cheviots. Parker, Bridget & Co., CLOTUIEK-, 315 Seventh Street. "ERIE BICYCLES... Iiavo marts a s et to meet the pub ic We arc soil ng hlgh-grado wheels in advance of tlie times. (. CEO L. HALEY, G0J E St. N. V This Coupon I t is Worth S1 .OO. I Clip this coupon, and upon a presentation we will allow you w & one dollar on any Bicycle in the $ bouse. $...

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

.--" r?i' rriSiX,V THE MOBNXNQXlJMpE.WJJPNJ3SDAY, MAY 5, 1897. ? " . '- Y i MONEY WANTED AKD TO LOA.V. fl TT VTTr rrtva in..-. r.rfir 121H Pa. are. nw'., money loaned on wntcnoa, diamonds, Jewelry, silver ware, etc aplb-Om WANTED -To borrow 5150 tar (Ax numtlis, on collateral security. Address B. W., this offfea. It MONEY TO LOAN Prom 55 to $50, to reliable parlies; no collateral required- Eoom 8, Central Bidg, 9tn and l'a. nve. niy-i-7 t.em LOANS MADE ON FUHNITiniK. nonsES. etc. Loans made on .Furniture, Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc.. at lowest rateB and quickest possible time, strictly confidential. IMense call before securing loans elBewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 610 P street northwest. MONEV TO LOAN SI ,000 upward, at G and 5 1-2 per cent, on D O. real estate: 55250, ?5i0, etc., at 6 per cent; all transactions cunductcd with economical consideintion foi boirowers. WILLIAM II SAUNDi-UtS & ro.. opio-tf 1407 F et.jnw. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. 5 and 0 Per Gent. ap20-lmo GAS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 May 1897

-f4 sSS-S3Sfsr? i SJSg - rt- - - -n?-iv-v" - ?. 555rw. ' ??" vir- - flS -ji. Si-"5 SOrr?a!a,Serrt" 8 THE - MOBNING. TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAX 5, 1897. ffeBVWPp". '- L " HATS. Every R. & C. Co. Hat at $3.00 s as g$P& us liats can be; are exact duplicates of the newest Knox, Dunlap and You mans blocks; have precisely the same grade of material, and are as fully guaranteed. Nobody's name is worth the extra. $2 3'0U have to pay at the stores. Choice line of new Alpines and Fedoras, latest shapes in Pearl, Tan, Brown, Golden Brown and Black. $f QO, $1 .50, $2.00, $2.50. Handsome line of nobby new patterns in Colored blurts at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and up. Perfect fitting, too. Better than most made-to-measure shirts. ROBINSON & CHERY 00 Clothes, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, 12th and F Sts. N. W. Qlhtd City Brevities. No trace lias as yet been found of John Carr, a youii; man, slightly demented, who is inii-hinj? from his home, No. 18 Prospect street. The District Commissioners have ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 6 May 1897

(--- jwip'ifvi; vw5- Pef""" -"",i",'iS---'PlW-B v The Circulation of THE TIMES Testerday "WAS 4 WEATHER PROBABILITIES. title For the District of Columbia, Delaware, and Maryland, fair; wanner; northerly winds; liecomlng variable. 1-: - 1 rl VOJ 9 COPIES. TCO. 1,143. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1897 EIGrHT PAGrES. ONJE CENT. $r 'v-j."r- --?&&$i&ivz'-c"i ri)c i TIMS ATTACK PHARSALA After Severe Fighting the Greeks Y Force Them to Retire. 3TflE ATHENIANS REJOICING 'Reports Received nt Athens State ., That rrinees Constantino and Kicholus Aeted Courageously al ?r"w.ere" Enthusiastically Cheered by I. tile Army After the Buttle. Atbens, May 5. An official telegram, re vived ;heie this evening, confirms the reports or a Turkish repulse at Pharsala. . The crown prince and hib brother, Prince Nicholas, acted in a most courageous manner, risking their lives a hundred times They wereenthusiasticallyacclulmed by the whole army after the fight The government lias forwarded ...

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

THE MOUSING Tm!E& TJIUVlg&AY, MAY 6, 1897, NICARAGUA CANAL DEBATE Senate Amendments to Appoint a Select Committee. THE SWEARING IN OF DEBOE Amendment Offered for ilodifylnjr HeyalatioUM as to Foie-t Resorp tions as Fixed by President Clove- land SeJiatur Penrose Offer Tariff Mill Amendments." The pioccedings of the Senate weic yes terday more eventful Uian usual. The monotone of the mmury civil bill and its int"iminable amendments affecting far oif places was interspersed with th lail uic to ratify tlie Anglo-American treaty, the eon'irmation of Co uiiiis-ioneis Ross a.id Wightaudthepreseiilatiou and swear ing in or Seuatoi-tlect W. J. Debo of Kcntuckyr the last incident in a Ilj,ht which has eiitei tamed the counlij for florie time. Mr. Deboe'a debt was. adoi w-d Willi, a iiandsejne floral ofleiing Gf Aim-r-ean Bcautitta, white carnations and Eastei lilies, with a flowing inmwn ilbbon. lie was escorted to the Vice President's desk by Senatoi Lmdsaj , where he took tt:e oatl...

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