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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

-rT'-:?ftr,"-t 5. . t , crf -ii. V-'-e?" ' ? m- "- ---. ' jSsaass"t',S5,f-'fc ' i Aaron in tie Hy JOIil.tjnAfDI.'ER HARRIS. " XIV. 'THE LITTLE MASTER BAYS GOOD NIGHT. After George GoBsett's two experiences. In the pasture lie came to theconcSusionthatit would not be prorttuble to do any more pa trolling on the Abeicrombie pluce, butinis 3id not addto his good humor, He'had his Tamer's surly temper, and. with it, a vin dictive" spirit that was entirely locking in the eldei Gossett Moreover, age had not moderated nor inipatied his enemies, as It had lilu father's t The fact that he had failed to capture Aaron struck him as a pergonal affront. He was stung toy It. He felt that lie and his 'father had "been wronged by Pome one, he couldn't say who, but not oy the runaway, for what was a "nigger,'' anyhow? After a while the idea was borne in upon him 'that he and his family had (somehow been 'insulted" by the Abererombies. lie ar rived at tliis conclusion by a veryciioultoub route. The A...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 9 May 1897

tefsf ? tf v ngS!rv $ Jft; "- ri-K, n?4 f "-- 20 THE- MOJRN I3rr -TIMES.' SUDAY, MAY 9, 189T. -gvr--v- -fssse- Edmond Redmond's collection of merry and melodious metrical conceits, anent the wheel, which qii the cover he calls "The Bards and the Bicjcle," and on the title page "Lyra Gyclijs," points two peculiar truths. In the first place, that tc was inevitable that Jin instrument of, bo general use in dally Hie kIiojM creep into literature, and secondly, how much very good Ketry Is printed In the newspapers which is really worthy presetting iu the library. Tlie "Lyra Cyclus" are not original with Mr Redmond He might have quoted Montaigne on his title page. "1 have gatheiea a posle of other men's flowers, and nothing but the thread that binds them is mine own-" The poems have been gathered from newspapers and magazines, vuth jiutlxirf as numerous at? the poem themselves. But Mr. Redmond displays a ready wit both in the selection of matter Tor lu symposium of the bards and in a pref...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

' 'rsHEii'0?l&.:SE'l? -J5jKVK -. - , - .l -J ByEjiS THE CIRCULATION OF THE SUNDifSfe WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. we. For the District of Columbia, and Mary land, Increasing cloudiness and probably showers', (.lightly cooler; -westerly winds. NO. 1,147. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MOENINp, MAY 10, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. x.-sjg-r i Wilt COPIES. GREECE MPPLIulT Offer to Mediate Came From the Powers. HAD TO ABANDON CRETE i:mpcror William Said to IJe Stnnd ; ing in the lVny o an Agreement. Wishes the Dynasty to Be De ', throned There May lie a Fort- -night's Armistice. . Copyrighted.) London, May 9. Despite a slight conflict -in the reports, it is clear enough th.ic Greece has bj no means approached the powers in the attitude of a supplicant. The most reliable slatementb prove that the go eminent verball y notified the diplo mats of its desire for peace, but felt It impossible to appeal to them to intervene, as the army remained intact. The diplo mats replied that it Greece would withdraw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

T 3jf?&"?-?i&x-&i ? gf r -';, '"kiaz3 z?W-' JgJ-Sf5'? ""& - "" -zr . THE MORNING TlMff,, MOST DAY, MAY 10, 1897. 7? W WEEK IK CONGRESS Nfo Probability of Mr. Morgan's Cuban Resolution Passing. DEBATE WILL CONTINUE The Vote. "When Benched AVI 11 Be n a. Motion to liefer to tlie Foreign Relations Coininittec Ileiiubllcuus lropone to Use Cuba for a Fall Campaign Cvj. If Senator Morgan believes liis resolu tion granting belligerent rights to tlie Cuban insurgents is to bepeimitted to pa-1 the Scuate, that Senator ia lal-orlng under a misapprehension of which lie will be disabused ere long. There is not a better or stronger friend of this oppiessed people than, the Senator from Alabama, and he lias lor several weeks been calling up his resolution and pressing it to a -vote, enly to courteously yield first to the importu nities of one Senator and then another. .Last week Senator Hale, who is the most avowed friend of Spain in the Senate, made the broad statement that he di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

-yf.JS ' 1 3. pSii's-!5."''rrSB55r-3J-?g "lS --!5rVfzf&g"!"r m -iyw"-ssSF?- -V wsesw'5r? ,ftgBgpiJ3pyCB(SiWafS"'!'-5?1S THE MORNIJST'G TIMES; MSdY, MAY 10, 1897. - SflLVATIONSWEET STORY Touching Scenes ai (ho People's : Tabernacle Dedication. WORDS OF S1Y1XG GRACE The Evangelist'.-. Kxhortntlon Strike Tender Chord In the Heart of Many Attentive Listeners Sev eral In the Congregation Unable to HeHtraiu Their Emotions. The People's Tabernacle, on Eleventh street, boutheasr, between G and II streets, was dedicated yesterday morning. . In the pulpit with Rev. A. G. Harrison, pastor of the church, were Rev B. Carra dine, of St. LouK Mo.; W. L. Bruen, and other prominent religious worker,. On the right or the pulpit was a large clu-ir of ioung ladies. Tne pulpit was banned with flowers. Rev.. B. t'arridan prcafrhed the sermon, selecting as Lis text Malachl 111:10 "Bring ye all the titl.es into the storehouse that there may be meat in uy houe, and prove me now herewith, Millh the Iyrdo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

! v ' ft ' 'Xtsnu-tf- THE MORNING TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 10, 3897. ?-5, mints (MORHIHG, EVNIHG AND SUNDAY.) THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, ., TILSON HUTCHms, President. HUTCH1NS BUILDING. Tew Tork Offici: 2000 Tract Building. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. MONTHI.V. by CAnnirn: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday TUirtj -five Coots Lyoning aud Sunday Thirty-five Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlng.Evening aud Sunday, E6.00 Three Months " " " ," 1.60 One Year, Morniug and Sunday. 400 Three Months " " ' 1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday 4.00 , Three Months " " " 1.23 Sunday only, one year. 1.00 Orders by mall must bo accompanied by sub scription price. Telephones: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Busi ness Office. IG10. Circulation Statement. The ciratlatioji of The Times for the iccek ended Saturday, May S, 1897, vias as follows: Sunday, May 2 23,790 Monday, May 3 .' .38,120 Tuesday, May 4 38,192 Wednesday, May 5 37,102 Thursday, May D 37,120 Friday, May 7 k....37,9C4. Saturday, May 8 38,2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

?fa icr&yr -- a. vrVsft?1 !. ' Jr,S-.' '5fSJf7S'. "K" ; 'I a-- -s k-vwcs' s?-s "J",!stsfJjg3pr5?' -is.1 THE MOBNINGr -TIMSBilMOBrDAY. MAT 10 1897. 5 P BagsasaagHsa asaBcaaaaasassa Lansburgh & Bro. g HERE 15 LUCK FOR YOU. We were just fortunate a to be on the spot when Q a manufacturer wanted to close out in a a hurry a lot of Misses Wash Suits probably 250, all told but nice, stylish suits, fresh and beautiful had just been manufactured for a con cern that found they could not take them. We bought them, and will have them on sale today on our second floor. 3 These we made three lots of. 3 5 LOT 1 I Consists of one-piece Lawn 5 Drosses, Persian designs, ; with lace stripe, made 1 blouse watst, with star j yoke, bishop sleeve; yoke 3 . cuffj and collar trimmed 3 with vai. lace. Sizes, 4 3 to 14. j For $1.68. 3 LOT 2 1 Four-pieco suits, mado of 3 batiste, in navy and light j blue figures; mado Eton 3 jacket, gored skirt, blouse 3 front, and cap to match. 2 Sizes, 6 to 14. For $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

IS?!iTHp sfesJSiS s4- -nV-'ws-.'-j. ii'C" v' "15 - - ai3fcV?r.- 5S3r'- SIV''','5 s .. THE 3IORJNIKG TI:MJEsEmO;NDAY, MAY 10, 1897. " V-2"" -'f S " j Drop in sometime today and take a look at these Suits we're selling at reduced prices. We got them from an over loaded manufacturer at a very low figure. That ex plains why we can sell Suits that are worth $8, $10 and $12 for $7.25. And Suits that are worth $10, $12 and $15 for $9.25. Stylish Black and Navy Blue Cheviots, Tweeds and Fancy Mixtures. Parker, Bridget & Co. cloth ii:ks, 315 Seventh Street. &SSg&Sx8S!&S5xS4x5&SSS This Coupon I is Worth $1 -OO- Clip this coupon, and upon ft presentation -we will allow you v one dollar on any Bicycle in the ? house. I "Yale," "Admiral" f?D 96 Stearns I I are now sold at 82.00 wookly Z payments. I Jacobs Bros., I 1229 Vn. Avo. q "ERIE tf BICYCLES... Imvo iiiada a s op to moot the nub ic We rre selling high-grade wheels in advance oi the times. 4563. CEO L. HALEY, C03 E St. N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

-str-fiig, ' gJins!jSL'Ji'S -C- &&! - - :;r ir.i "-""-" --J- j?;SK-?v"-S"&?; " 2"";tg2??- THE MORHTNG , TIMESMONDAT, MAT 10, 1897. MONEY" WANTED AXD TO LOAN. IT. K FULTON'S loan omco.l 218 Pa. ave. n,w., money ioanudou watches. diamonds, jewelry, silver warejjetc- aplU-6m LOANS MADE ON APPROVED C0LLAT- :ral, such ns life policies, blocks, bonds, building association shares, syndicate cer tiricates, eta No delay. YERKES & BAKER, 1 110 F St. Take elevator. tf MONEY TO LOAN From $5 to 500, to reliable parties: no collateral required. Room 8, Central Bldg, tu aud l'a. ave. my3-7 t,on LOANS MADE OX FUKNTmRK. nonsrcs. ktc. Loans made on furniture. 1'ianos, Horses, Wagons, etc., at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential, Please call before securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 610 F street northwest MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5 ana 5 1-2 per cent, ou U. O. real estate: 5250, 500, etc., at a per cent; all transactions conducted ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 May 1897

' "1T' Jpr 8 THE MOBSttSTG TIMES, .MONDAY, MAY 1 X89T WSa. -JHSl Bicycle Suits. i A choice line of them dif ferent from what you'll see else where BETTER Better fab rics, better tailoring-, more style to them, and unlike most others, they fit. Prices, $4, $5, $6, 7.50, 5S.50, $10, $12.50, 15. A big- variety in each grade all new, too. Also all of the proper styles and qualities in SWEATERS, HOSE, CAPS, BELTS and BI CYCLE SHOES at exceedingly low prices less than you'd think when you examine the qualities. iNS RYGO r ii ; mi Clothes, FnrnisMncs, Cats, Shoes, 12th and F Sts. N.W. "Ve wniit yon ti remember tho ? number of this new htore of ours-Hint's m hy -wo are selling $12 and $15 Summer Suits for $9.23 Hotter get your Milt today v.-liile size nro complete. M. Dyrenforth & Co., 20th Century Clothiers, 923 Penna. Ave. N. W. FOZJXD DKAI) IX THi: 11IVER. Unknown Colored Woman Drowned in the Potomac. The body of an unknown colored woman, apparently about twenty-four years of age, wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

kS 'ffWrf r&F-Fgz ?5X? -ZF ,&p .j.g,. -SStrsr az: - & r f ?" 4 WEATHER PROBABILITIES. Tha Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS For the District of Columbia nnd Mary land, possibly showers In the early morn ing; probably generally fair Tuesday; west crlyrwind3. line. 7.24: isro. i,i4S. WASniGTOK, TUESDAY MOKKHTNG, MAY n, 1S97 EIGHT PAGES. 02sE CEOT. r - ve, l-t'JW'T- mht JRili" ''WIT ITHE POWERSWILL MEDIATE Greece Accepts All tlio Condi lions Imposed by Them. THE PORTE'S LARGE DEMANDS l!n Kin nil "Will Oppose Every One of His rrepoMcrous Claims The s leace of Europe Jn Danger J Shniueful Cowardice Cn.ti.sed tlio T Greek Repulse Jn iipirus. London, May 1 0." A dispatch to the Cen ,tral.News'.from Athens, sent shortly bc for iiiijlniglit, says that Greece has agreed to immedlatelyrccall her troops, to recog nize the autonomy of Crete, and to intrust Ler destinies to the powers, who willco'i .sequently intervene and stop the war , Another dispatch from Athens confirms that...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

-.scjr fc" 3r& g!- "v,. -i'irpJ B5BRSr- Y f TH.E MOKN1NGK TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1897. w- ssi - M-DEldTS ftSSIGNED Senators Agree in Caucus -Upon Committee Places. REPORTED TO THE SENATE Th JFrlenfls of llie White Metal Hetnlu Control of tin Coinmlttco ou Eintmce PiulltH and Sllvr Jlepuhllcans Included In tlie As iijnuients Tlie JLlht Agreed Upon. The Democratic Senators licld a caucus yesterday and agreed nrou the following committee assignments, which include m tbeir ptrfonnel Democrats, Populists and bolting Republicans TJie Republican list has already been published in Tlie Times. Immediately after the assembling of the Senate tlie committee lists weie re ' ported and agreed to -without division." The following Is the list: On Agricultuie and Forestry-George, Bate, Roach, Clay and Heitfeldt. On Appropriations? Cockrell. Gorman, Teller, Faulkner, Pettigrew, Bexry .and Murphy. To Audit and Control the Contingent Ex penses of the Senate-Jones of Nevada, chairman, and Jones of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

-; se - 4 THE TuCXajSlXC TIDIES, "TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1S97. 3 f BE President McKinley Selects the Successor of Taylor. NOMINATION LIKELY TODAY He TSVnn n Slnve Hcforo tlie "War;" JVfierwnrd In Congress, unci Is a'jlan of Flue Education District Colortfd -Men Did Not Unite Iir Time to Secure the Prize. " Ex-Congressman Cheatham, of North Caiolinn, lias been cliohen by Prchident McKinley as recorder of deeds for tlie District of Columbia. It 1b probable tluit bib nomination -will be bent to tlie Senate UKlay, Piesident McKinley yesterday morning announced to a delegation of Dibtiict colored men that a Noith Caiolinn colon-d man had been selectedfof theolficc. That the Noith Carolina man alluded to by Mr. McKinley is Mr. Cheatham there can be no question. Some time ago Senator Pritchaid, who has been the principal indorhcr of Mr. Cheatham for Oils position, "was told by Mr. McKinley that his man would get the place. Last night Senator Piitchaid told a Times reporter that he believed tlie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

- -? -THE MOTUJnaTX3VrES,.TU.ESBAT, MAX 11, 3897. Mb4 . TSKWtZT 8ftmca (MOKITIHG, EVOKING -AND SUHDAY.) m WASHINGTON TIMES COMMflY, ST1LSOIT HUXCHIHS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDINO. Tew York Offlcj: 2030 Tract Buildlnp. sunscmrrioN sates. Monthly, nv Carkier: Morning, Kvening and Sunday,. Fifty Cents Mcrnlngand Sunday TU'rtj -five Cents i.vei:Sug and Sunday Thlrtr-fire Cents BY MAIL. OneYear,Moroing,Evcnitig aud Sunday, $6.00 Three Months " " " " 1.80 One Year. Morning; and Sunday. 4.00 Three Months ' 1.25 One Year, Evonlng and Sunday 4.00( tThiee Month " 1-25 bucday only, ouo year 1.00 Orders by mall must be accompanied byaub tcription price. Telephones: Editorial Booms, 4SS; Busl-i 6 ess Onico. IGiJ. Circulation Statement. Tie circulation o"The Times for the ccck ended Saturday, May S, 1S97, iccw as foUoics: Sunday, May 2 .. 23,796 Monday, May 3 . 38,120 Tuesday, May 4 ......38,192 Wednesday, May 3. 37,102 'Thursday, May G 37,120 Friday.Mayl 37.SC4 Saturday, May 8 . i.3S,231 Total ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

.- - ii'xfixX'J 'y'''' "-"" vWz?3& " THE MQIiyiyGlr TIMES,, TJTESDAY. MAT 11, 1897. te TTTnTTT frrnnr nrnnr trfTTTfl mrmr ttitttt) g E Lansbursh & Bro. c ? It's Rub! Rubl Rub! fc What a luxury a good a towel is, and what a satis- 3 faction to buy a good E towel for little money. We a E bought an Immense lot of sj towels from an importer fc at such reduced prices 3 E that it enablea us to sell 3 E you towels as follows: 3 I Size 19x39 Heavy a E Quality Hemmed Irish Huck Towels ; a I Size 19x38 Extra Quality German Huck 3 " Towels l2'c 3 Size 19x38 Extra . Quality Pure Heavy Linen Irish Hemmed Huck Towels- i? Size 20x40 Extra Heavy Fringed Irish Huck Towels -22 Size 20x40 Pure Linen, Extra Fine QuaL ity Hemstitched Ger man Huok Towels 25c Size 20x40 Pure Linen Satin Damask E Hemstitched Towels I Size 20x42 Pure I Linen, Fine Quality E Birds-eve Damask Tow- E els 2sc E We .would advise frugal E .housekeepers, keepers of E boarding-houses and hotels e nd barbers to lay in a sup-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

IHHHIMHHBMMnHBBiiHHMMHH rs--gQsg5i Jf''?-Sf'!1sii-;A9' t-4 - stv.;n- ? ? - i c THE MOBSTIKG- .JXMJSS, tjyUESPAX, MAY 11, 1897. The news has traveled fast seems as if half the men in town knew about our Special Suit Sale from the way we're kept busy all the time. We secured a manufac turer's special lot of about 500 Suits at a figure that enables us to offer you the choice of Fine Spring Suits that are selling around town at $8, $10 and $12 for $7,25 each. While we are offering you the choice of Fine Spring Suits that are selling around town at $10, $12, and $15 for $9.25 each. In stylish Fancy Mixtures, Tweeds and Black and Blue Cheviots. Parker, Bridget & Co. CLOTHIERS, 315 Seventh Street. H In tlic light of the present up-to- E date improvements in it, the 1895 gj 8 CHRIST Y looks very crude, and S the only real good feature about it 9 1b the principle or saddle construe- tion it reprebents. & The 1896 CHRISTY was an im- w proveinent, but the best shape had not been round,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

RpwsJBSgsSSjaspC-B- '- ??& '- -,-333"'-;'g z&F5t4 && xrr'xsmfir:n, w-f 1 ptSst X ,. -" - I & "T -f I t " -" THE 3IOEKIN0. .IMIS; ITU-EDJlT, MAX ii, 1857.' yClfrfffi , 'f y J.IOXKY WASTED ACT TO LO.y. WANTED To borrow $20 on an excellent i5Un; reference given. W. D. T., tills office. It H X. FULTON'Sloan office, 1218 Fa. ave. nw, money loanedon watches, diamonds. Jewelry, silver ware, etc , apl6-6m " LOANS MADE ON Al'PEQ VED COLLAT ralsuch an lite policies, bionics, bonus, blinding association fchsres, 4.ydieat cer tificates, etc No delay. YERKES & BAKER, llio F it. Take elevator. tf MONEY TO LOAN From 55 lo $50, to reliable parties: jio collateral lcquircd. Room 8. Central JJldjj, 9th and l'a. avc. inyl0-7t,em L.OAXS 1IADK ON FURNITURE I HORSBS. ETC. ioans made on Furniture. Pianos, Horses. Wagons, olc, at Ipwcst rates and quickest possible tlme Strictly confidential. Please call berore securing loans elsewhere. WASHINUT6N MORTGAGE LOAN CO., biu F street nort...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 May 1897

BHHHHMMMHIHIIHMBIPPHPWMHBBHaBMHi rggttggw f -"- -KKfT5" -r Vs w- T ?- . - w. - " . 8 THE HOBNINGr TIMES, TUESDAY, MAT 11, 1897 Ten Dollars Buys a tip top stylish Suit HERE a better one than seine stores get $12.50 'for. Better material. Better trimmings. Bet ter workmanship. Better fit, and a bigger assortment of.patterns and colors. Other suits $12.50, $15, $18 and up. All worth more than the3rare marked, as other people judge v-lues. We have exclusive control for Washington of the celebrated Rog ers, Peet & Co. Clothing, the finest ready-to-wear garments made. OBINSON & GHERY 12th and FSts. N.W. J2fitnt3 . City Brevities. In the case of Faunle K. Gordon vs. James U Dexter, the decision of the lower co rut was affirmed with keieral amendments by the court of ajipeilb jes terduy The Eclcington & Soldiers' Home Railway Company has been noliried by the Com missioners to repatr a dangerous hole in the asphalt block paementof itb truck, on C street northeast, near Ninth stre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 May 1897

zy " - 'Vgr--" 3''i.w?BBr'i. . , y'-ivT V's?KVj:3'r ""v? ?,-" -. sTTc. "fr". u y SSVJ Taj Clrzz.z'dr.i of THE TTiE3 Titcrdsy WAS WEAT5ES rEcriSiirz:. For the District of Colcrnhin mil Mary land, threatening breather with showers; southerly winds. !724H !MO. 1.149. WASmGrTO, W.EDITESDAY MOTCSTSTG, MAX 12. 1897 EIGHT PAGrES. QJ5TE GE2ST. Che wmt ISILTTOTHEFUC Icarapan Cruiser Fires on an Aierican Steamer. BAfflE-AT PUERTO COETEZ .United States Consul Alger Said to Have Been Killed. TOTO PROBABLY CAPTURED 'Tlie Nicnruguan Mati-of-War Lucy B. Fires Two Shuts at the Ameri can Steamer Hover When She Is Outside of the Three-Mile- Limit. Nlcnrnguun Commander Senrehe.s the Hover, uud When Her Cup taJn Protests Curses Americans and Say the Hevolutiou ffuu In stigated by Them. New Orleans, May 11 The American ileamer Rover, of thefOteri Line, Capt. Reed, which arrived today from Honduras, reports great excitement in that country, growing out of the revolution. A big battle hah been fought at P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 May 1897

& ttv -X'" r THE MOKNlNCr TIMES, WEDNESDAY,. MAT 12, 1897. --raS-yr LONG ANDJMY SESSION Debates oa Senate Amendments to the Sundry Civil Bill. SEVERAL SON-CONCURRED IN The forestry Reservation Aiiiend luetit Promptly Rejected Hawaii mid tlit Civil Service Iteform Sys tem Knter Into the Discussions. Improving Pearl Harbor. The closing debates on rations Senate amendments to the sundry civil bill in the House yesterday -were lnteiestmg, and in one case decidedly personal. The laiter quality of the day's session aiose on an at tack made by Mr. Connolly of Illinois on an amendment by which it was bought to Rive to Mr. Richardson certain electroplates at the rrinting Oriico. The attitude of this Governmentonthequestionoftheaunexation tion or Hawaii also enlivened tiie House and stiried thegallciles, and fui titer Mr. Dockery fired a tew bioadsides with ef fect at tiic Republican tide of the chamber, its inconsistent attitude on civil service reform being his target. Ailaiound.itprove...

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