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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 May 1897

- SJ;Vt-5?5&S i '- THE M01iyi36 TIMES, .FRIDAY, XA1T 14, 1897. WOKEr iVAKTED A"NT TO LOAN. fi- K.FULTON'S loan orrico, 1218 Pa. ave. n wnuney loaheaou watches, diamonds, 3c wry, silver ware, etc. npl6-m JM3AD the articles' iifall the dally papers in nini t. Avikiit- I'.irk. They rep resent tho disinterested judgment or our . t , ...,i .. ....... Krto "nil 7' ScCaU.11 on Third page It LOANS MADE ON APPRO VED COLLAT eral, -ncli .as life policies, Monks, bonds, taillding association bhaieb, syndicate cer tificates, etc. No delay. llRLEb MAKER. 1110 F st. Take elevator. tf MONEY TO LOAN From $5 to $50, to reliable parties: no collateral lcqulrcU Room . Central idg, Ota aud fa. avo , myli)-7t,em LOA.No SJAIIK OK FlJUNirCIM, HOUSES. I3TC. Loans maae on Furniture, l'ianos, Horses. Wagons, etc.. at lowest rales and quickest jiosaible time. Strictly conrideutial. l'lease call before eecunng loans elBewhere. "WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. CIO F btrcct northwest. HONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upwar...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 14 May 1897

T "i5" ,-rj?-J&- -r'- -'e-' -l -3g'5V,- tgCT' .jj ,- . "ift '-sf.fesJ"-'1' T "r -- -f"?" -C r THE mOBNIK&TlH.RlPATg, MAY 14, 1897, i - . ' ' ' t irn 4 Greatest Clothing Sale on Record. The letter herewith reproduced explains the whole situation. Messrs. ROGERS & CO., of New York, manufacturers of the celebrated ROGERS make of fine clothing, have sold us their entire stock of ! Heri is and T Boys' Spring Suits, amounting to $18,750, at SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR of wholesale cost The goods are now here, and they go on sale this morning on the same terms as we bought them SUU Y CbN lb JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St. Sugar Reduced! ON THE DOLLAR of actual worm. nere;s now me prices run: r-- H,-SI Men's and Boys' Suits. OGEBS & Co., Wholesale Clothfs., ohm GfatdyXby&rvt-ftp S Rogers' Price S7.50- Our Price $4.50 Rogers' Price $8.50. 0"r Price $5.10 Rogers' Price $10.00. Our Price $6.00 Rogers' Price $12.00. Our Price $7.20 Rogers' Price $12.50. Our Price $7.50 Rogers' Price $1...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

r"? .SCrfe" ,wf -y ,Vr35,r5lC"j TLa Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. ime. O (fVTl Tor the District ot Columbia and Mary land, fair; cooler; northwesterly -winds. CQ)n n 3SCO. 1,152. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY MOKNING, MAY 15, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. OJSTJE CENT. IfbfPP E ne y COPIES. JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St. PRICES . GROCERIES VERY MUCH LOWER. California Apricots, louay, tc 5-11). lot, bright, new Cali fornia Apricots ut ( und n half cent 11). suitiller quautltien, 7c lb. Today, 4 Sc 5-lb. lots of sweet, new, lnig: Oregon Prunes tit 4 und a half, cents lb. smaller quan tities, oc. lb. Eggs, 10-dozcn lots of he.t fresh Eggc ,lt 10e. per dozen smaller quantities, 10 and a half cents per dozen. Today we mnUe a special reduction Granulated Siikui, 4 and a half cents pound. Arbuckle's and Levering's Coffee, 11 10-lb. lots of either Arbuckle's or Levering's Large Grain Roasted Best Package Coffee at eleven and a half cents lb. Smaller lots, twelve and a half cents lb. FREE!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

l sijs-w ; Zrixj.,-- --T jI- - ttr! THE MORNiyQ TIMS9, SlTUHPAY, MAY 15, 1897. Presents for the Children Today. We've Got to Sell Twice as flany Shoes as usual today to make up for the loss of sales during this week's rainy days. We have got enough salespeo ple to serve as larjre a crowd as'our stores will hold-but above all, we have the kind of shoes you want, and the special prices named on many of them ought to attract all Washington to our stores today. Misses and ChildrenR' Black or Urown Kid Laced and .Button Boots. fenevJui today-... ..... Mioses' and Child's Sandals, 131ack, brown or -white, with pretty bows. blKUUi unlay...- 89 15 75 Ladies.' Brown Kid Oxford on two nobby styles. Regular $2.00 quality. Siivcltil today .1.25 Ladies' Brown Kid Laced, A good and stylish as those usually sold at $1! 50 JspccJal today...- . Ladies' elegant Oxford Tics strictly hand-sewed. Or best black or brown kid. fecial today- ISO 2.01 Do you ride Our Cycle Shoes and Legsjins are .acknowledge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

THE aiOttNIG TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1397, CATARRH TREATED FREE -4K" While Doctor McCoy Is Teaching the People He Will Enforce His Teaching by Giving All His . Treatment For Catarrh Free-Lesson No. 3. . The Extension of Catarrh. Thcro has been so imicii writing and talking and teaching by doctors and specialists, bo called, and men wiio ar not doctors, for that matter, about Catarrt; so much writing and talking and teaching, that Is misleading and has created a false impression in the minds of the people, that Dr. McCoy rinds it necessary to correct this false impression. The treatment that is universally used all over the country for Catarrhal troubles Is the treatment that Dr. McCoy origi nated and formulated in J 883; the treat ment, by the way, which he vastly improved In his later practice. The fact that it is bis earlier treatment that is universally uFed for Catarih by doctors ccrtaluly en titles him to speak with authority regard lug this disease, and in the series of arti ...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

"" -"V-W "W THE MOItNIKFCr TIMES, , SATURDAY, IAT 15, 189T. t -r.srft. r-5j 3"4a!-i.t''T1-sftrs ffitmca (WORKING, V1?I1?G AITD SUHDAY.) BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPMY, -TILSOIT EUTCHIH3, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. Tew Tork Office: 2000 Tract Bnllfiln. sunscniprioN atm. Monthly. ISY CAIlItlEIt: Morning, livening aud Sunday.. Fifty Cont3 Morning r.nd Sunday h'rt-fivo Cents Tei-lagand Sunday Tklrtr-fivo Cents xJY MAIL. One Tea r, MarniiigiETcnlng and Sunday, $ 6.00 ThrecMontlis " " " J.W Ono Year. Morning and Snnday 4.00 -kree Months " " 1.23 Ooo Year. livening and Sunday.. 4.00 ( ffbrco Month " " 1.2 fcnnday only, one year 1.00 Orders by mail must bo accompanied by sub tcriptlon price. Telephones? Editorial Rooms, -S3; Basl--totts Ollicc. IGU. Circulation Statement. The circulation of Tun Times for the trcefc ended Saturday, May S, 1697, zeas as foHotcs: - Sunday, May 2 23,796 Monday. May 3 ; 38,120 Tuesday, May 4 38,192 ' Wednesday, May 5 37,102 Thursday, May C S712! Friday, May 1...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

THE MOBBING TIMES, ?SATUB DAY, MAX 15, 1897. v -.. k j f LAN3BTTBGH s BRO. TWO SPECIALS IN LADIES UNDERWEAR For Today. " These goods are marked out to attract you to our Underwear Department, where you will find other values equally as good. THIS C0R5ET COVER, 5oc. Made of fine cambric, with yoke of tucks and embroidery, edge of em tbroidery around neck and arms; perfect titting. Worth 69c. Special price, 50c. THIS CAMBRIC GOWN, 98c. Made empire style, with band of insertion across front; bretelles of em broidery.edged with Ham burg; long sleeves and full skirt. Worth $i.48. Special price, 98. A 6Sc. Stimmer Cor set for jpc. is one of the specials at our Cor set Department Upeu until o o'eioctt tonlgut 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. JBSS5535Q ssssssss Q555GS55GQ Does Your Girl Want a Bicycle? you can getheronei.ere and take plenty or tlmein paying tbe bilL No notes toMgn uointiTcit on deferred payments ray us a littlesonu- hing weekly or monthly as best suits yom convenience. We are bel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

T J3- ?'-&s-0?' "eae"vr StP 57'sjgs,?i-3,"-5sr3r ?t ' r"- c-f5-.?-"-?3! " - THE MORNING TIMES,. SATUJRDAY,. MAX 15 1897. V a a a CJ H $2 to $3.50 Boys' Suits, Here are the greatest values in Boys' Suits ever offered by ourselves or any house in America. All the balance ot our broken lines qf Boys' All-wool Knee Pants Suits, in all this season's newest styles, novelty effects and blue and black cheviots. Sizes 3 to 16 years. Have been selling- from $2.00 to $3.50. Choice today $1.65 w41 We shall also sell Boys' "Wool Knee Pants, . -1 r i. -. 1 w . !- Pah trnM CA M A 7Cn nT-x"ft4- sizes 10 to 15 years. Cost you town. For Superb line of Boys' Spring- and Summer Clothing, in exclusive styles and "novelty" effects in single and combination suits, at $2.95, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 to $8.00. A bat and ball free with any of these suits. $6, $6.50, $7.50 and $8 Long Pants Suits Reduced to $5. Grand chance for big boys All-wool Loner Pants Suits, in tures and blue and black cheviots. Sizes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

iH"'iB'wtjijiPwwi-wfB" the nonxnasQ tims, satotrbay, xat is, itr MB pr-n-!JsH- AIOXET WAJfTKn AyiJTO IJA5. H K iqrH.TOXns1orffle.l2lKrfa.ve. nw, twneyloanedon watcaea, diamonds, 3weky, ftJIver wrec'n. pl0-Sm LOANS MADE ; ONAPPEO VED COLLAT vral, uci as life policies, fctorks, bonds, fertildlng association shares, svndlcntt- cer tificates, etc TSo delay. YEHKES A MONEY TOLOAN-From 55 to 550. to reliable parlies; no collateral requircu Boom b. Central Bids, 9th and fa- ave. niylo-7t,em LOANS MACK ON FUUNTTUBE. EtORSES. ETC. Loans maflo on .Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, etc, at lowest rates and quickest ' possible time. Strictly confidential. PleaBC call berore securing loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 10 F street northwest .MONEY TO LOA'N $1,000 upward, at u and D 1-2 per cent, on D. C. real estate: S250, 53U0, etc, at per cent; all transactions conducted with economical consideration for borrowem. WILLIAM II. SAUNDERS & CO.. oplO-tf 1-107 F st. nw. LOANS ON REA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 15 May 1897

vt ?.--VHEi r - S-F-tSy''"1"!'?.., : ;fil1aTr 3 ' VUU.4kJUik.-IBr.. JiJV.i.',. .' , -U ' Z r 1V nGvSE -, - ? ' -lE Breaks All' Record S. This sale of the ROGERS & CO. stock of Men's and Boys' Spring and Summer Suits at SIXTY ; CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. Here's what that means in plain figures: Hen's and Bovs' Rogers' Price, S7.50 Rogers' Price, S8.50 Rogers' Price, g-f O.OO Rogers' Price, g- 2.00 Rogers' Price, $f 2.50 Rogers' Price, $- 3.5Q Rogers' Price. $1 5.00 Rogers Price, $1 6.50 Rogers' Price, $-J 8.00 Rogers' Price, $20.00 Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Remember these are all new, this season's styles, and are the celebrated ROGERS & CO.'S New York make. There are all sizes for men and boys IVlixed Color Tweeds and Cassi meres and Plain Blue and Black Cheviots and 6erges. Get in today and buy your Spring Suit at less than wholesale cost. poBjfjsor & epEpy Twelfth and F Streets N. W. tEtjudi City Brevities. Lawrence Webb, who has been 111 at his residence, No. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

eTBBgnwssgHKjjJP" 3' 4 The Circulation of THE TIMES Ye3terday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. inua Fcr the District ot Columbia and Mary land, fair; warmer; northerly winds, be coming southerly. PferS WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MOKNING, 3tAYj 16, 1897 TWENTY PAGrES. i 'f THREE CENTS. IsTO. .1,153. 5f53Pes G tbc '-. JKliSB pft ... J; mSMsmmmmmms gfgdj MlfiSt tQXlll"llllJTSfftITTTf " f ""''f "f fjji COPIES. h CHAFING OVER CUBAN DELAY The President's Hesitancy Irri . tating to Senators. POSITIVE ACTION DEMANDED Ur, Morgan to Press His Resolution to Final Action Senator of the Opinion That tlxe Proposed Relief ; SleahUies Are Xot" Sofllcient. HiutH i a Possible Surprise. Jhe President and his Cabinet returned from,, Philadelphia last evening in good - aeasoa to learn from the evening papers that the Cuban question had not been forgotten during their absence. The mass meeting tonight will still farther tend to show that the question is one that must toon take on a positive shape and lead to posithe r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

'ySKSf - "&&&$ "SJSJpK 2 the MOBsriygiiEgg, Sunday, may 16, i89i. Jpfgp BIG FULL III PIANOS Over One Hundred and Twenty-five Inst Be Sold. The Large and Elegant Stock of the Me zerott Music Co. to Be Dumped oi the Market AT LESS THAN FACTORY COST Alterations to Bs Made in Metzsrott Building tne Reason, and Con tractors Must Have the Room by June 1. SALE BEGINS flONDAY To those who may be interested la the purchase of cither a piano 01 an oigau we have an cs traordlnary proposition to make: A proposition tliat we are buie has nevr been made to the people of this commu nity beietcforc, and may never be iniiilo again. it in absolutely nesessary for ua to le ruodel the whole front, of our building, bo that we may have ample room to show a large and well-selected stock. "We are cramped and crowded at pi esent.our ware room la too small aud the F street entrance to our threateris too laige, and we shill remodel the whole front It is a neU-kuown fact that the giltty dust arisin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

- ' If" -c-r -is-sr - THE MOKNINGr TIMES, WtfNDAX9 rr " - i MAY 16, 1$9T. .N- Rh The lack otanamateur baseball league is felt, even at this early date, and its ab sence is deplored on all tides by all per sons who love baseball as played by strong, well-organized amateur teams. It seems that the reason why there is uo league this Reason is because so many of the bent play ers have been secured by minor league teams. Isn't this a very poor excuse? Is not their going away ihc best kind of a reason why there should be a new league bo that a new supply or players for future years maybe prepared? Not only this, llieie is a certain demand for amateur baseball at limes, and thoam ateui league has quite a following, es pecially when the Washington are away, and when the college schedules arc closed. The opinion is expreed that even no wit 1b not too late to get together and foun either a District league or one composed of departmental teams. How about it, Mr. riesident Sousa? All that seems...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

"-'-trt7-,ifr'w'J'" "V1- " 'jSrs t-?vi-;-4jr:'st?i!V 'ypit - ."t - e-,W -55. J .-, 'i-i 3 -sA . . ft - r"?-" j : . THE MOKKUSTGr TlXE' SUPA?, MAY 16, 1397, Bicycle Suits, Hose, Sweaters, &c, Reduced! Stop Paying Full Prices. 31 Men's Fine Cheviot Bicycle Suits, in "golf" and bloomer styles. Were $6, SS and $10. To close them, out 20 Men's Fine Tweed and Scotch Mixed Bicycle Suits, in "golf" and ''bloomer" styles. Were $10, $12 and $15. To close Men's Scotch Wool Bicycle Hose, in a great variety of patterns. Were $1.25. To close 50c Bicycle Hose for 30c. $1 Bicycle Hose for 6 left of the Ladies' $5 and $6 Fancy Sweat ers. To close them out, only. 3S pairs Men's "Odd" Bicycle Pants. Were $1.25 and $1.50. To close Parker, Bridget & Co., Straightforward Clothiers, 3!5 7th Street. BLUE 10 GRAY VIGTORS Virginians Prove o Match for Their Snappy Rivals. TEAM BATTING THE FEATURE Bach Pitches Mnterly Bull unci Is Most .Effective tit Critical Times. DawsonV Playing Strong unci Errorles...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

I-4 Jft&f' the MOKiq.fir6r times; Sunday, may ie, 1897. "i ' m m I After careful consideration, and finding that they require so little in the way of repairs, we have con cluded to repair ALL Eclipse Bicy cles absolutely free of charge. Punc tures, accidents, &c, included, when brought to our store, 14th and H streets, by owner. Eclipse Bicycle Co., J. D. LASLEY, Manager. IATI0MG THE- mm Interest in cycling among the members of the various organizations la at present divided between the club runs or other Etnctly club events and the racing meets which -will soon occur at International Park. The latter Is perhaps the main topic of interest for the reason that the big meet on Decoration Day Is only two weeks dibtant. Titere is no doubt -whatever that "Wash ington possesses more speedy riders than any other city of equal size in the country, especially in the amateur class. "While It Is to be regretted that several of the best of the local amateurs of last year -will ride In th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

: 33f sgw' - ,v Tj"1- -rliv7?-3StSti-f'i 'y "fj -j '.-SW ,J THE HOKN1K& TIMES, . StJNBAY,' MAT 16, 1897. "" "s, . CTuncu (HORlIIlfG. EV2NIHG AHD SUITDAY.) THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPffl, STILSOK mnCETSS, President. HUTCHINS BUILDING. Tew York Offlci: 2000 Tract Building SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Mo'ttii.y. jiv CAKRinn: Morning, Evening and Sunday. .Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday Ihlrty-fivo Conts Seeing and Sunday Thlrtr-ilvo Conts BY MAIt. One Year, Mornlng.Evcning and Sunday, S0.03 Three Months " " " " 1.50 One Year. Morning- and Sunday -1.00 Three Months " " 1.2 One Year, Evening and Sunday -- 4.00 Threo Months " - - 1.23 Sunday only, one year 1.00 Orders by mall must bo accoiupaulcd by sub scription price. rELErnoKES: Editorial Rooms, 4SS; Busi ness Office. IGlt. Circulation Statement. Tl.e circulation of Tim Times for the kccJc ended Saturday, May IS, 1897, tea as follows: Sunday, May 9 23,750 MondayMay 10 37,243 Tuesday, May 11 37,241 Wednesday, May 12 38,201 Thhrsday, May 13 3G.9...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

"- -. , - -a-jow.. SS5 "- , ,f-5'Vjc' V, -fig a" fee " Summer House furnishings. REFRIGERATORS and here is the Washington agency for the Jewett, the best Refrigerators, made of solid ash, antique finish, packed with charcoal, solid brass trimmings at less prices than for ordinary softwood Refrig erators. SS inches high, holding 3 pounds ice.. ..$5 S3 4D inches high, hold.ng 43 pounds See.. C95 41 inches high, holding CO pounds Ice.. 8 75 4i inches high, holding 70 pounds IicUUS 2 1 Q VY- itt VnrQprv" nofrlfr- i.n.inrc-mmhni rpfrifrfrj - tor and water cooler. You Ice Cream Freezer. The "L.ghtnlng is know the preail ng price of nlo here. SS cents for choice. H.Ji lrcez thc Nursery Rcfr aerators, t fin for crly 9S ec'i I ML WORKING FOR FREE CUBA The Great Popular Mass Meeting This Afternoon. GENERAL SANGUILLY COMING Hero of the Ten Years' Wnr and Other Prominent Patriots to Be 1'ioent Senator Gnllinger Will Pi eniUe Correspondents From Field to Tell of Cuba's Wrongs. The popular intere...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

:-2 ssj v "i3i!fr' -i?ii' '?Swr-?ise fsiSKSii. " H?1rt' 'V ,, t - n t iS- 8 L&ttstvmi F BEO. A $1.25 WRAPPER FOR 94o. This Wrapper is made of fine quality navy blue and black TigUred lawn, with separate waist lining. Princess back, full front, neatly braided and finished with a ruffle, forming fancy yoke effect; wide girdle, turn-over collar, extra width and length, finished on bottom with deep hem. Sizes, 32 to 46. Special price, 94c. THIS LIGHT-WEIGHT WALKING SKIRT, 98c. Made of fine black French satine, full umbrella style, with deep double flounce, finished on the top and bot tom with rows of cording; made on a French yoke; guaranteed perfect fitting Special price, 98c. 2sc. AND 35c. BELTS, 15c. Just a "job" of 25 dozen leather black silk finished Belts, worth 25c. and 35c; some with pockets, I 5c. FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS. Children's Aprons, made of fine Lawn, wide ruffle, edged with em broidery, around neck and sleeves Sizes 2 to 6 years 29c Sizes 8 to 12 years 38c Another sty...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

S" 'gT'-WS'vSS S5W?'.3"SSeS3?sf ; SWS.fc- - .v -a c THE MOJRKTffG TIMES? 'SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1897. fSJfJ TgS .T y "?-. ' V-"5rf3fSPs!- fi!Ss?5w!!?S-'' Tr HUNDRED ARE 6EIN Munyon's Great Specialists Are the Cause of Intense ; ' Excitement in This City Nothing Like It EVER SEEN The Most Obstinate and Stubborn Diseases Long Since Pronounced Incurable Have to Sur render to the NEW FORCES. The Remedies, the Great Statio Machine, the Doctors and Elec tricians All Making Great Records. LIFE CHAMBER This Remarkable Device Designed to Make the Application of Va porized Medicine to Dis eased Membranes Easy IS A WONDER In Its Interior the Patient with Bronchial Throat or Lung Trouble Breathes in the Healing Vapors and Finds Cure. Conditions -which surround the work' of Munyon's great specialists, while demon strating the value of Munyon's Improved Homeopathic Remedies, are such ab to challenge the close intcrc-st of all citizens. "While at first theie was a disposition to clasb them with the ordi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 16 May 1897

-f-iV a- Si". 10 THE MORNING TIMES, STJNDAY, MAY 16, 1897. FINANCIAL. The Monetary Trust 20 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON OFFICE, ,1421 F Street. Scarcely more than one hundred men, in tlic total of their dally transactions, are now responsible for tlie superficial fluc tuations of the New York security market. Their manoeuvres on the surface create the waves of the market. Some of them are men whose resources have been exhausted by a long period of stagnation In business. Pome of them have been bjld men iu their time. Nearly all of them are now without much money or much courage. As a conse quence, they are too feeble to btand up against the moit unreasonable rumor. This explnins the .superficial weakness of the market in the face of every freak of imag ination Under a very thin surface the market is strong, imperturbable and un yielding. Meanwhile the evils, which have beset Wall street, and which have ex perienced abnormal development duringthis peilod of depression, are now...

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