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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

.?. r. i WASHINGTON, THURSDAY MORTftiTG, MARCH 18, 1897 EIGHT PAGES ONE CENT K"0. 1,095 THE BESULT CRETE'S COAST BLOGKADED FITZ THE VICTQB The Powers Carry Into Execution Their Threat. i. InocM Out CorMt in tie Fourteen!! BonuL TROOPS ORDERED TO SPHAKIA 4 $- jXw ' - r- f- wMt mmt Blockade of the Greek Coast "Will Fiobaulj Not Be Put Into Opera tion for Some Time Departure of PrJnce Constnntlne for the Frontier Consideied Ominous. London, Murch 17. The Times tomor row will publish, a dispatch from Athens, under todays date, saving that a strict blockade of Cretan ports began today. The blockading of the Greek ports, tho dispatch savs, will, judging from present appearances, not begin for some time. The writer of the dispatch gies details of the state of anarch j that preails at Candia and Kctuno, where, it is statiMl, Hie Mussulmans are looting the property of the Christians. The writer further sajs that the refugees who have arrived at Candia from the Papjaoare ueingseriouslj Ill-tr...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

the aioRJsrisre times, Thursday, march is,i897 Uon on liis arrival and that on his de parture were very dilfcrent. Tlie crowd Quickly made a. lane for the triumphant champion, and his Kmlllns "wife, and cheered them long and loud. Bolt lifted Ills cap in acknowledgment of the ap plause, and Mrs. Fitzsinimons Miltied the reins from her right hand to her lea, and waved a tiny cambric handkerchief: Thirty minutes Inter Fitzsimnions sal down to his dinner at Cook's ranch as though nothing had happened. A bwollen Up &nda red nose wre all tlie marks of a struggle which could lie observed about his face. Oorbctt -was a pitiful Fight, lie cried lite a baby, and raved like a -ivild man. ''Oil, it's all right, boy.,' lie sobbed. "I ain't kicking;, but to think that 1 was licked with one punch by a cur who was afraid to stand up berore me when tie came into the ring. I had him go " ing, boys, you know Hint. Look, there ain't a mark on me. He knocked out one of my teeth in the thirteenth ro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

v THE aiOHtflNGr TIMES, THURSjDA.1T, MAT?CH 18, 1897 s FITZ TIE VICTOR Goutinucd from Second Page. Ing an uppercut on tlie chin before they broke. Corbett beemed to cling to Fitz blnunonB in clinches, as if to save his btrcngth. Fitzsimmons shot out his iolc with terrific force on the -wind, aud swung a. vicious rieht Tor tlie Jaw, which wan bliort. Goibett'blertlandedon the stomach and he repeated tlie dose a cond later. He twuilg, missing ilftht aud-left. nut on hi6 third trial lie bent his right to the fctoiimcli, and followed up with two swift lerts on the Jaw. Corbett was on the ag gressive now, and after inibslug a left for the head, lie sent his right across tlie btomacli. Time was called with the men clinched, and Moiling in each other's faces. Round 5-Jim bwung a hard lert on the Jaw, which made Fitzbinimons groggy and the -Australian tried to corner hi& lival, tuit Jim was too fast and got a way, vending a lert on the Jaw as he skipped back. Hob was not grinning quite ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

THE MOBNINOJJMS THTJBSP.Y. MAUCH 18, 189T (Morning. Evumiisa and Suxdayj By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS BUILDING NoilTJIEAST COBNEK TlINTU AND D STS. Telephones Editoilal Rooms, ISO Uusiuesi Office. 1010 KW TOKK omCE, i'000 TRACT HUItDrNO 1 lice a'o:uingor Kvenlug Edition. OncCent Sunday Edition... ...Tbico Cents Monthly, by Carrier Morning and Sunday,. ..TJiirty-flvo Cents -Evening Thirty Ccuts Motniug. ) K cuius and Fiktv Cents Sunday. ) 1Y MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning. Evening and Sunday 60o Morning and Sunday ...3Do Evening and Sunday 35o WASHINGTON, THURSDAY. MARCH 18. The Bottle of Curson. Ab long as the race ibhall preserve the destructive tooth peculiar to the camivora, men will fight. As tongas the productions or nature rurniMi the possibilities or dls r, tillMtion and fermentation, men will diink more oi less. And just about that long there will be a friendly feeling among many of the human family for the Indi vidual who can drink without excess, and admiration for t...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

THE MOKNlNGr TIMES.? TJSURSPAY3 MARCH 18, 1897 5 iflnnrnmnmimmMMHTnirminiMiiiHg Lansburgh & Bro. 3 THIS WRAPPER 98c This ele gant" tight fitting wrapper Is made of fine quality percale in dainty shades of blue, pink, tan and gray, in stripes and figures, lined to the waist with separate body lining, Princess back, pointed yoke front and back with Empire girdle, new style sleeve, all neatly finished with braid, extra width skirt-with deep hem. All sizes in stock. Special price, 98c. i 420,- 422, 424, 426 7 th Si. rmiumntm"""'n"inn niiiiiiiiiAiiiia Q3SSGSQ3 SSSSSSSQ 55SS35WSS ! BABY 1 41 (3 I I t 69 IS S i Would Enjoy Ride a every one or these pleasant after noons; why don't you get tlie car riage today? 1'ou needn't pay cash lorlt Jueta littie something weekly or monthly as you can spare the inotiey. That's the way we bell everything in this big .tore. EASY PAYMENTS Help you to buy and help us to make mends. Therearenonotesto sign no interest to pay-it'b all EASY1 e 11 make and l...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

THE MOKyrSTG TIMES, , THURSDAY, ,31 ARCH 18, 189T THE LIMIT REACHED The $3 Rate Closes With the End of March. Doctor McCoy Gives Due and Sufficient Notice Ac cording to His Agreement. There Will Be Positively No Exten sion or Continuance Be yond That Date. In giving tlie :?3 rate Doctor 5R Coy reserved to himself the Hyht to ivitlidruw it to ne.iv i)iitients at any time by giving due notice in the public prints. Doctor McCoy find-, that the rime Iiuh come to ex ercise that right, the number of patients now growing so hirge as to very soon exceed the possibility of pergonal cure und attention. He therefore announces tlnitlt will bo liii)osslbIeto continue the rute after April 1, except to those patients al ready under regular treatment, who are, of course, entitled to Jt until cured. Until April 1 all patleuts applying for treatment or renewing treatment will be treated until cured at the rate of $3 a month. There will be, however, no further extension of the rute, and it will not be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

SELF-CULTURE IN ST. LOUIS Much lias been done iu St, Louis for tlio moral ana iutcllcctunl culture or wage earners by nn organization known as tlie St. Imwh Self-Culture Hall Attociation. It liegan its -work nine year ago, exper iencing much dirriculty at the outtct in convincing the worldngmcu that no charity waslMendcd.thattherewasnoiuteutionto wound their bente or independence, and no de&ire to lead them into anything against their pergonal -withes,. In order to make them feel independent and to preserve their manliness and bcli-rebpect, the opjiorUmity Tor a contribution or 50 cents Tor the beason as a membership fee was given to each registered attendant; but everybody was admitted, and no man or woman wab precluded rrom lecture or reading-room on account of non-payment of fee- This influence made It tell felt very soon The leading-room were filled, lectuies visited and eagerly libtcned to, debating clubs, formed, theclabbes Tor dis seminating useful knowledge organized and...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 March 1897

- THE EVENING-, 3H&0ES, 1.THURSDA3T, oMARGH -18, 1897. THE whole store -is" fast getting- on dress parade ior spring-. The new Glotbcs "llie new .Hats. the ,lalestJ shapes in Shoes and the spring Furnishings are now ready for your inspection. As a special Cycle Exhibition souvenir we offer you today a regular $10 light Covert Top Coat, cut in correct style, well-tailored and perfect fitting, for 7.50 Even the rain did not keep the crowds away from the FREE EXHIBITION of the newest models of the best wheels. Ev eryone is welcome. Come at any time from 3 to 10 p. m. See the wheels, the tires, saddles, etc., get the free souvenirs, see the Yellow Kid, and listen to the music. insoii & Oiiery C' 12th and F Sts. N.W. IfeMmA BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. Tho circulation at Tlio Times for the week ended 3Iareh 12, 1807, wus ns follow-.: Saturday. March 0 30,570 Sunday, March 7 24,050 Monday, March 8 3(J,0 Tiic-day. March 0 30.220 "Wednesday, March 10 3(5,774 Thursday. March 11 30,720 Frid...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 March 1897

&TV 3 -r The Times' Circulation Yesterday was THE WEATHER 4074 Conies; tine ',' For District of Columbia, Mary land and Virginia, generally cloudy nnd probuhly ruin; slightly warmer; southerly winds. NO. 1,096 WASHING-TON, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1897 EI&HT PAG-E3 ONE CENT - & mi GAYTON THE 3ILNTEKS HAVE AUTHORIZED THE WASHINGTON" .DEALERS TO TAKE TRIAL ORDERS AT THE VERY LOW PRICE, $5.25 2-240ib-) DELIVERED. Cheaper Than Coke, Oil or Gas. BEST DOMESTIC COAL MINED, (WINTER OR SUMMER USE.) Ask Your Dealer to Send You a Ton for Trial. STORAGE YARD, POWHATAN COAL CO., C Cor. 14th St. N. W. .'Phone 620. BUY GAYTON COAL from ERRY 1249 Fourth Street N. W. 'Phone, 1611. Best Summer and Winter Fuel. Cheaper Last longer than Coke, Oil or Gas. $5.25 for 2,240 pounds delivered. APPALLING SH DISASTER A Steamer Sinks in a Storm Off - Cape Hatteras. THE RESCUED ARE CRAZED Terrible Sufferings of Those Who Got Off In the Ilout- Maddened and Killed by Thirst und Hunger. Onlj Four Survi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 March 1897

THE MOlilSTCSTGr TIMES .FRIDAY, MAKCEE 19, 189T 2 Every one of the $12 and $15 Suits we make to meas ure is cut on the premises tinder the direct supervision of our head cutter Mr. Get zinger. Leave your measure today ani we'll have the suit reSy in a week. " Ready-to-wear spring top coats at $7,50, $10, $12, $15 and $20 and every one Tvorth from $2.50 to $7.50 more. Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and E Streets N. W. No IJranch Storo In WaMilncton. FREIGHT FOR"" Cabin John, Glen Echo and Tenleytown. We deliver rreislit of all descriptions along the Conduit road as Tar as Cabin Jcdtn Bridge and on the Tcnloytown road at very reasonable rates. 8PRINGMA.YN S EXPRESS, Telephone 203. Ilutclilns Building. THE CHICAGO LAND CASE May Be Made the Subject of Con gressional Investigation. Another Nice Question liaised VThieli Has a. Material Hearing Upon tlie Whole Controversy. A day lias not yet been fixed by the Sec retary of the Interior for a bearing of the motion Tiled on "Wednesday by the at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 March 1897

X THE MOKNlNGr TIMES, JTRIDA.Y, MAUCH 19, 1897 S THE TIFFJLL AMENDED A Number of Changes Adopted by the Committee. PROPOSED BY REPUBLICANS The ilensure "Will He Reported to tlie IIouse Today, and, SfotwJtfc Muuding the Objections Made by the Democrat.-, n- Vote Will He - Tnlicn on March 31. The Committee on Ways and Means was in session several hours yesterday. In tpite or the remonstrance of the Demo cratic members it was determined to re port the Dinglcy tariff bill today and lie Kin tl' consideration of it on 3! on day, tlic vote to be taken on March 31. This plan, it is understood, was agreed to in the Committee on Rules, anil the program of v.'ork for next week will be' airanged accordingly. The bill was further discussed and a nam-ber-of amendments offeied. Coming fioin Republicans, -the following were adopted: An addition to the paragraph i elating to ochre and ochrey earths by making "dried and powdered earths'' one hair of 1 cent per pound. China clay or kaolin was increase...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 March 1897

THE MOKjnSTa PIECES, FKIDAT, MARCH 19, 189T (Mornizvg. Evening aj scsday) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHTXS liUILDING KOKTHEAST COHKEK TE2TTII AND D STS. 'iclcphoncs Editorial .Rooms, 4SG business Oflics, 1C10 EV TOltK OFriCE, -P09TKACT BUirlDINa Trice J'o iiing or Evening Edition, OnoCcnt SuntVxj Edition Ulirco Cents Moiilhlj. bj Carrier Morning and Sunday.. ..TTiirty-uvo Cents JEvcning Ihirty Cents Morning. ) Ev cning and Fifty CENTS fcunuav, ) 11Y MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning Evening and Sunday 50o Morning and Sunday ...35o Evening and Sunday 35o FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1S97. Stp StuuiKli Hutcliery! Although it seems entirely plain to us tint the time h.is come when the United tutes consistently could and ought to recognize the independence of Cuba, it is erv possible m u this. view maj not be Bhatedlix Pi esident McKinley and Secretary fclicnn m Events arc mo mg a erj rapidly on the islaud, and, at the woist, it cannot le long before the situation will demand shell net ion, eien if...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 March 1897

THE MORNlJSTGr . TIMES; lITJRIBAY, MARCH 19, 1897 gnniiffiirffiTiirfiiiiTff iriMiiiiiiiitiiiiiniiia i Lasnburgh & Bro. 3 A Big -Bargain in Men's Half Hose. We have a quantity of Men's 3 HalfHoae. All kinds and all sizes. Worth 1 8c, 20c and even 25c 3 a pair. sj Take your pick for 12Jc. 3, And then don't forgot nbout 3 the Men's 3 Night Robes for 25c. 3 And the Club and Four-in 3 hand ra Silk Ties, 3 for 25c 5 Worth 25c each. 3 t Men's Department, 1st floor. $tt I 420. 422, 424, 426 7tli St. aiiiunuwuiammminmiiimmAiAiAia ossscosa gsssssss sqskssssgq ! tn '2 41 ts s O 4? 8 8 8 S 8 1 8 8 8 BABY Would Enjoy a Ride (9 (9 Si I I s 49 69 9 49 2 every one or these pleasant artcr- n noons; why don't you get the car- ft riagc today? Vou needn't pay cash 49 ror it just a little something weekly or monilily as you can spare the 69 money. That's the way vc sell g everything m this big store. j EASY PAYMENTS Help you to buy and help us to make 1 nend There are no notes to sign no Interest to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 March 1897

e THE aroreNXSTGr TIMES, FRDJY, MVRCH 19, 1897 -ZZ MUNYON'S GREAT SUCCESS IN CUBING THE SICK MunynnV. Homeopathic llemed!es Cure Hliciimntlsni, Dyspepsia, Kid ney Trouble, Asthiim, JUrotiehitls, Ctitarrli, nud All Lung, Throat, und Nervous Diseases. MUNYON'S ELECTRIC MACHINE. Cures l'n rnlsi, Miff Joints, Neu ralgia, Nervous JJiseiiscs, nud All Mnsculur l'uins. MUNYON'S LIFE CHAMBER. Cures Catarrh, Bronchitis, and All Thront and Lung Diseases. This institution is here for vour benefit. All are Welcome. .No iikiiii- i? received for examina tion, no money K received for ad vice, 110 money is received for medical attention, no matter -what die disease. tr you have Catarrh or any Throat or Lung complaint, call and recei.ro a free trial local treatment. Personal letters answered, with free medical advice lor anv disease. Open nil day and evening. Sunday, 1 to o p m. 623 Thirteenth Straet K. W. Bryan's... Book For Sale at the TIMES COUNTING ROOM, Price . . $1.50. Mr. LehtS Correction. To ...

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

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. r. Arthur P. Bnvls WW Address the Members Tonight. The meeting o'r the National Geographic Society tonight at the Cosmos Club will bo devoted to au address by Mr. Arthur P. Davis, of the United States Geographical Survey, on the "Deserts of Arizona, and How They Are Redeemed by Irrigation." The subject will be illus trated by means of lantern-slide views. The fourth lecture tne Mui'das nfter nooa course will take place next Monday afternoon in Columbia Theater. It will be by Prof. Thomas Davidson, of Brooklyn, N. Y-, the rounder of the aiunmore Summer School of Philosophy, in the Adirondack's. Bis subject will be "Tyre and Sidon," and there will be copious lantern illustrations. Thursday evening next it the day bet lor the usual annual reception of the society at the Arlington, from 9 to 12 o'clock, aud it is beliecd that it will be the moht successful that the society has ever held. Members can obtain tickets for themselves and friends from the secretar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 March 1897

8 THE MORNINCr TIMJLS, FJUDAX, MARCH. 19, 1897 firm new Spring Derbrs 5 are ready and you'll fiii! here all the cor rect shapes. TM Knox, Dun lap, Miller and Slelsoii blocks, iu same qualities for which the agencies ask you a dollar or two more than our prices. A good.service able hat here for- $1.50, and -up to $4 for the best grade made. All fully guaranteed by US. Spring Top Coats, too. A full Hue. Plenty of st3'le and quality in tli at Tau Kersey at Jp mjKJ BIGGEST VALUE IN TOWN. Seen our FREE exhibition of the 1S97 best Bicycles? There are wheels for every body single wheels, tan dems, triplets and'a" sextet all the new features. FREE souvenirs and good music. Don t fail to attend. It is both instructive and enjoyable. obi sry G 12th and F Sts. N.W. Sflje j&Mm& BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. Tho circulation of Tlio Times for ic wed; oidid March 12, 1SU7, tvus ns follof: Simircliu. Mutch 0 3(1,370 Sunday, March 7 21,050 Monday, March 8 30HIO Tn CMinj, March U 30--0 Wednesday, Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 March 1897

C -V "W Jfjy -V srrts?2e??W; S?"-- S?."";?"'-1' r&&rtryzra8ri-' "vr -jiff-r-5Tp-j' THE WEATHER 4 The TIMES' cir- 00T7 ;IAI oilatioa la3b wesi si I I was- UUljItt! THE LARGEST IN THE CITY. f twe. For tlie District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, showers in tlie morning , probably followed by fair weather; -warmer; winds sbifUug to southerly. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1897 EIGHT PAGES NO. 1,097 ONE CENT - tt.-ryT- T" Tk"' " mtt TT" V, WE'RE WONDER WfMPRQ wunikijiiij, Is tlie Magic Figure. W WE DO IT. Another Sensation on Seventh Street. Tlie Seventh Street Wonder-Workers Announce a Fre.sn Marvel. TJils Time tue Mystery Js Greater Than Ever, Not the First Sur prise Sprung by Them, by Any Means, llut Perhaps the Most Astounding of All. The Strange .Numbers Are -107-0-8-5. The appearance of balmy spring has brought with it the usual Ions train of troubles. True it is that no more coal need be purchased by the long-suffering house holder, but this saving is over...

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

2 THE MOBKTSTGr TIMJES, SATLTRDAY, 3IAUCH 20, 1897 W$ ape' making suits . fo order for S12 and 5I5. 'The price is low enough to create suspicion but thev re good suits through and through cloth trini .mins and all. Every suit is cut on the premises and we guaran tee a faultless fit, Leave your measure to day. Esseman Bros., Corner Tth and E Streets N. W. No llrniicli Sloro hi V;ir1i1iic(oiu STORY OF A WRECKED LIFE Once Beautiful and Refined Mary laud Girl Succumbs to Alcohol. TJn;ie DuvnlPs Miserable Exlat- uce Ended Jn Pain ami Sufferiii! ul u Cheap I.odiing; House. ' This is tlic story of poor Virgie DuvalJ, whose Iireless wreck of a body was re moved Troni a quarter lodging on the avenue, to Lee's Chapel for identifica tion. It has hcen identified, and those who knew her say, "we knew her well. She iiad a brilliant mind and a pretty form and race. She could have graced a happy home, but a love for drink drove lier from respected society and property to a horrible life and a terri...

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

THE WORSTING- TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897 An Unbroken Record of Marvelous Bargains ! ! ! The'great rush of hundreds of clever buyers to share a part of this famous WILSON & DAVIS STOCKS is almost incredible Prices do the sailing, and qualities attest the matchless values. Competition is left in the shade. Men's Overcoats. Nobbv Spring Overcoats, strapped seams, silk sleeve lining, U shades; worth $12. Stout Overcoats, spring weight: iizes 44 to 50; value, $10. . ".. .. .. .Men's Overcoats, flue blue Kersey; Wilson & lJavis' price, S2u; our price Men's Overcoats; all sizes; "Wilson A Davis' price, $12.50; our price Medium WViuiit, Overcoats; Wilson a Davis price, $10.50; our price $6.89 $7.50 $5.75 $4.00 $3.75 Overcoats; 'Wilson A Davis' C I n C n price, $3 o; our price 4) U.OU Men! s Pants. 250 pairs Black Cheviot $1.37 $1.60 58c 98c $1.79 .rants, worm a -lieu s English Corduroy rants 300 pairs Men's Pants BOO pairs of Men's Neat rants. Wilson & Davis' price, $2.25; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 March 1897

the MOBymx times, sa tub day, march 20, 1897 Mwt& (YcnXING, EVEXIG AXI SCSDAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Go. HUTCHINS I1TJILDING Northeast Cokkeu Tenth 'and D Sts. Telephones Editorial Itooajs, 4S0 Buslnoat Ofllcs, 1C10 MTIV VOUK orFJCE,."0,JTBACT BUItaiKO 1 tici-J o ning or Evening Edition. One Cent Sunday Kditlon .Uluco Cents iionthly, by Carrier Mortdng md Sunday Thirty-five Cents Evenin? .Thirty Cents :::::: Morning, livening and bundav. Fifty Cents I1Y MAIL rOSTAGE PREPAID Horning, Evening and Sunday 500 Morning and Sunday 3Do Evening and Sunday -.-..-35c WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 20. Fight the Devil with Fire. In l wo or three instances we find that provincial Democratic papers, or journals -which so announce themselves, arcsuggest lngthc policy of "complacency" to the rep resentatives of their districts in Congress In relation to the Republican tariff measure. Such advice could only be. the result of ignorance: of an utter ubsenceot the knowl edge common to all intelligen...

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