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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

TELE MQVLSn& TIMJS T?!EDkjBSDAX JU1ZE 2 IS9T. -- i y X s 4 3 MONEY WAXTEDAXD TQjLOAy. MOND1' TO LOANi-Frotu 5& to ?f0; m chattel mortgages reciuired. mouey ad vanced on bicycles: negotiable pjper bought. Boom 8 , Central Building. jet-Tt & LQAJSKn on collateral"' securities; no delay. CONFIDENTIAL, this edict. my31-3p LO.Uvo ai.DE ON APPROVED COLLAT- eral, such as life policies, sfcickb, tonus, building association sliaies, -jndicaU! cei tifieates. etc No delay EKLS A. BAKER. ,1110 F bt. Tate elevator, tf LOANfc- J.i OS l'-H-MT-l'-, HOKSl5, ETC. Loans made on Furniture, Fiauos.Hoiscs, Wagons, etc, at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential Please call befoie cecum. loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., U1U btreeLllortllweat. MOSEY TO LOAN S1.000 upward, at 5 anil 5 1-2 per cent, on U. C. leal estate; 5250, 500, 'etc., at 0 pel cent; all transactions conducted wiui economical consideration for borrowers. WILLIAM H.feAUNDER: & CO., aplC-...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 2 June 1897

-c - S&-V-3'Sr 5v THE MOBKIKG TIM3BS, WBDNESDAY,JTJNIJ 2, 1897. riany Pf the bost dreed men 3011 meet are wearing Milts from the HOGERS A CO. Jfew York stock, -which wo ere now disposing or qt SIXTY CENTS au the dollar. There are iluJu Blue mid Hlnek Cheviots nntl Serges, and neat Chucks, 1'Iaidb and Heather MJxtiiiCf-, in sizes and shapes to fit all men. JVs ureat n bargain are the small lots of men's $0.50, ?G, $5, $4 and i:j Klioesat $1.90 per pair, broken fclzes only, but your size is here in koine Myio or other. There are patent leather, ealf, kangaroo and russet. SnecJul values in Men's and Boys' Hats, light underwear, hosiery and other furuisiiiugs. ROBENSQN & GHERY GO 12th and FSts. N. City Brevities. The -tntile or Henry S MattheWH, on WeMcv II fights, D. C. , was entered by burglars Mouuay and a valuable siv-year-old bay nure j-toln. lldttlc Baines, a colored domestic em ployed at Xo 18211 street northwest, was round partially overcome bi illuminating gas which acc...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 June 1897

, -JiJ vJ., "' tP WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia, generally fair, with projects of thunder shower Thursday afternoon; wanner; iouthcoster :ly wind. - Ths Circulation of THE TIMES Ytoto&ij WAS ItUt gfrflfr. w i a i fma ij-aaatmn i 6 COPIES. NO. -1,171. WASHINGTON, THUESDAT MOROTNGr, JUNE f 3, 1897 .EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. mt 38,466 mmammmfcamn wamwrn - zfuyUji UUUUll AncJl"'nulul f I sts&Ml SuiJSSiiLnaitfo A GILLS WEYLEHJI HOISTEB The Spaniard Barroeta's Indict ment of the Captain General. HIS DAMAGING DISCLOSURES Conspiracy to Deceive the Madrid Government No Provinces Paol fledFalso Kenorts Concocted to Prevent Hls Kecall Corruption, ; Duplicity and Cruelty. New York, June 2 The most important tatement about the 6ituatlon In the island of Cuba made since the revolution broKe out there is given by Don Santiago Bar roeta, a high Spanish officer, until re cently deputy In the provincial assembly of Santa. Clara, and during the labt four teen years a judge i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 June 1897

THE MOCKING TIMES, THURSDAY, JVNE 3. 3897. I Representatives of JIany Na tions Present at the Opening. BANQUET IN TUE EVENING Kotable Speeches JIudu Mr. 3Ien doncn's Strong Advocacy of Free Trade Between All the CouutrJes of North and South America Tho Addreso of President McKinley. Philadelphia, June 2. Philadelphia's Commercial Museum, in the old Penn sylvania Railroad office, oh Fourth street, was formally opened today by President McKinley, in the piesence of a gnlherliig of notables rrom Washington and repre Mmtatireii from leading trade bodies in the UnlteJ States, Mexico, Central and South Amt-nca. The event had an Inter national .significance, owing to the pres ence of diplomatic representatives from other countries, cuiefly those on the Ameri can continent. The merlins of the advisory board yesterday was preliminary to the formal opening day 'Hie Pieauent and Mrs. Mc Kinlcy, attended by Secretary WilHon and Attorney General MeKenna.and accompan ied by a number of members of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 June 1897

THE MOKNTSTG TiMESTTHlTESDAY, JUKE 3..189T 3 t HftTTLED TON PLATES The Democrats in the Senate .Expose the Pious Fraud. ALSO THE CUTLERY DUTIES Senators Vest, Jones of Arkansas, Gray, White, and Others Arralgu Heptililicun Inconsistency Tho Metal Schedules Provoke Warm Criticism. Tlicre was considerable prepress yester day with the tariff bill in the Settle. There were hut few visitors in the galleries and hut little more than a quorum of members present. Senator Aldrich, of Rhode Island, the sponsor for the revenue measure , was ab tcnt, and in his place Senators Allison and Tlatt of Connecticut looked after the Ru" puhiican interest in the discussion There was not a single Republican argument all day All the talking wasdone by the Demo crats. Senator Jones led in the opiiositlon, unci" he was aided a great deal by Senator Vest, Feimtor White and Senator Caffery. Once or twice Senator Mills of Texas made some remarks, and once Senator Bacon took part. Schedule C, relating to metals...

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

- tssht t&imcs iKORKING, EVJSMITG ABD SUITOAT.) THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPffi, illLSOH BtrrCHIirs, President. KUTCHINS BUILDING. Tew Yorl Ofllis: 2000 Tract Bnildlnr subscription rtATEs. MOXTIII.T. UY CAKltlER: Morning, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents Morning end Sunday ...... Thlrty-fivo Conts Evening and Sunday Thirtr-nre Cents BY MAIL. One Year, Mornlug.Evouing and Sunday, 36.03 Three Months " - 1.MI One Year. Moraine; and Sunday 4.00 1 hrcc Mouths ' 1.21 One Year, Evening and Sunday 4.00 Three Months " - - i.o5 Sunday only, one yonr '.00 Orders hy mall must ho accompanied hy sub scription price. Telepuoxes: Editorial Rooms, 4S6; Bud. cess Office. 1G4. Circulation Statement. r The circulation of The Timks for the kccJc ended Saturday, May SO, 3897, -jbos as follows: Evnday, May 23 23.871 Monday. May 21 t 37,543 Tuesday, Mav2o 38,432 Wednesday, May 23 38,492 Thursday, May 27 38,244 Friday, May 28 3S.2SG taturday. May 29.". 38,320 Total 233.197 Daily average Sunday, 23,874 ex c...

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

THJ3 MOBSTOTG TIMES, THURSDAY, JUKE 3, 1897. 5 sssssssss? Lansburgh & Bro. a 0 i5c g A VARD FOR RIBBONS S W0RTH FROM S 25 cents to 40 cents. a Included in this iot avoall the leading- light shades in g Satin, Fancy and Moire. g Every piece is All-Silk, and g to accommodate the crowds 0 tluitvvillbc attracted to this sale, we have placed pieces g of each kind in. our Bargain gt Bin on the first floor, center ol' store. Of course a little haste is needed to get the benefit of this extraordina 3 ry Ribbon. Bargain. G8c suamrrcit CORSKT3. 39c. Just a few lett in sizes IS, 10, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 20. Remember we guarantee these. LADIES' 08c WRAPPERS, 50c. Here is a bargain for la dies wanting a cheap house wrapper that will liave all the appearance of an expensive one. Your size is here today. 1 KUjlPuK, S 420, 422, 424, 426 rtb. St. Bicycles, Saddles and Tires Kept in Repair One Year Free! That's our guarantee to all who buy wheels oi us. Am mutter wii&t, breaks or HOW we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 June 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, TFIJTRSDAY, JUNE 3, 1897. T- P)SSGXD6)3S(SQQGXD30SaSSX33 Don't 1 Put Off taking- advantage of our great $6.25 sale of Men's Fine Suits a single day longer. The choicest suits are rap idly dwindling away you can't afford to delay. As we told you before the suits embraced in this sale are easily worth $10 and $12 in fact, you can't buy 'em for less anywhere. They're in the latest style fashioned by the best of tailors. You can take your choice for only $6.25. 1 Parker, Bridget & Co., I 1 Clothiers, 315 Tth St. 6SSSS9Se0G)3SG) NERVOUS TROUBLES, all klnOs, cured with ANIMAL. EXTRACTS. Free Hook tells how. Wash'n Chemical Co.. "Washing lou. D. a "Yale" Bicycle $50 "Admiral" Bicycle,". $50 At $2 a Week. Both '97 -wheels, -with all up-to-date Improvements. Few 5100 Stearns '96 at $57.50. JACOBS BROS., 1229 Pa. Ave. RAM'S HORN INN Oat past Brooklsnd past the bcautilul Sol diers' Home the pret tiest ride near town and the bst or cheer await ing you. Spend an livening a...

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

'- v " THE MOIgyiNQ TIMES, THtJR3DAY, JC7H3 Z9 1897. JIO.VKy WANTED AND TO LOAN. WANTED To torrow, $25, sixty days; m aud becunty. Audress LOT, tins otrtc it MONEl' TO LOAN-From $5 to $50; uo fiiu.tcl mortgages required: money ad vanced on bicycles; negotiable paper bought. "Booni 8, Central Building. Jel-7t l.jAl'.S MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT cral, Mich as life policies, stocks, bonds, builumg association shares, syndicate ccr tinraen, etc No delay. YERKES & BAKER, 1110 F st. Take elevator. tf Loans aiaiji, on fuhnituuk, houses, etc. LoaiiBiuadeonFurniture, Pianos, Horses, Yiugoas, etc.. at lowest mtes and qulckebt possible time. Strictly confidential. Please i .ill neforu i-ecurli.g loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., OiO F ttrces northwest. MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 upward, at 5 aud 5 1-2 per cent, on D. C. real estate; $250, JjOOo, etc, at G per cent; all transactions conducted wltu economical toutdderation for borrowers. WILLLVMH. SAUNDERS & CO., aplG-tf 1407 F St. n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 3 June 1897

THE MOBKING TIMES, THUBSDAY, JUNE 3, 1897. 8 flany Of the best dressed men you meet urc wearing siiitK from the HOGERS & CO. Kcwl'ork ttuck, vrliicli wo arc now deposing of at SIXTY CENTS on the dollar. There are plain Blue and Illnclc Cheviots and Serge, and iieat ChecliK, IMaldo nnd Heather 3Hxtures, in nlzen and nlinpcs to lit tilt men. As great a bargain are tne hinall lots of luen'h JJG.50, 0, 5, 4 and t: slioi-Mit si.90 per pair, broken hlzeH only, but your ize 1h here in home stylo or other. There are putent leather, calf, kangaroo and russet. Speeial values in Men's and Uoj-s' Hats, lijrlit underwear, hosiery and other furnishings. ROBINSON & CHERY GO 12th and FSts. N.W. (She J City Brevities. Thomas P Latimer filed a bill in equity yefcterday agaluRt the District of Col.mi bia praying that the cloud be removed from title to propel ty in square 281 and lot 10 in square 904.. Upon tl.e application or the District Com miijsioner.sft marshal's Jury has been order ed by ...

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

&" r-. .fi5e? V-s jr- , sr" 'A IT " i Qftttie. 'SATHER PROBABILITIES. The Circulation of THE TIMES Te3tarday Z : was j For the Dl6trlctof Columbia, threatening weather, -with little or no rain; cooler; went to northwest winds. lui i fss f q U COPIE3- iNO. 1,112. WASHINGTON, FREDAT MOmSTCNGrA JUNE 4, 1897 .EIG-HT PAG-.ES. -j 4 ONE GENT. ,?sy!f V V ' iiiniis ,i JmmEm - -i i ij 'v ADARKOUTLOOK FOR SPA The Most Serious Crisis Since the Monarchy Was Restored. A STATEMENT BY CANOVAS The Queen Regent to nave a 'Jou ference with Sngasta and Gen. Cairipos A Possibility that Canc vns "Will Undertake tlicForumtlun of a New Cabinet. Madrid, June 3. The Queen Regent prc eided at the cabinet council today. I'riitie Minister Cnnovas del Castillo made a lengthy statement, in which lie dwelt upon a'l the aspects of the home and colonial situation, and Spain's relations with the United States. He declared that a mere modification of the cabinet would not meet the needs ot the situation, but if th...

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

THE MOBNIffGr iAfes, FRIDAY, JVNE 4, 1897. 2 D1SGQUNTED THE GIL Mr. Terry, of Arkansas, Makes a Patriotic J-peecii. CALLED DOWN BY 3IR. REED A Cuban Rctulutloti Railroaded into Prominence -by Sonw Clever Ti-tiCKT-The -Sncukur Orders aSjUeu:- "iher to His Soat-HoUM- Rill on Re- vised' Navigation l-av 1'uMi'd. The Democrats of the House are evi dently resolved lo keep the .Republicans on record, if only negatively, oa the question of lccogiiiziug the belligerency or Cuba. Onc of tlie many ways iu which the minority effect this was exhibited at ypiday's sc.s.sloa. Mr. Terry, of Ar kuncis, ut the risk of being as revolu tionary as the most revolutionary of Repub licans, refused to be suppressed by the Bpeaker, and. while fighting and falling hack. managed not onlr to make a epeucli, but to reado thc-Houseceitain preambles with a iriVllutinn wii.-h were tantamount to another speech Tlie firework began Immediately after the reading, of the Journal. It was an ticipated, perhaps, that the a...

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

-"C3jF"'fc-cf",-t yW "y-ip-i e tO.Vr "-- y- g&gj i tsfr1 "v -5" THE MOTtyifffo TIMES,, JPHDAY,, JUNE 1897 m TIE R TRUST ; Senator Tillman Forcing tlie - Fight for an Investigation. ;:tiie charges against him Declares Them Vile Slanders anil " Courts Investigation Says tlmt t All Senators Should Be, as He I, Anxious to Clear Themselves of I Calumnious Accusations. ,. For the purpose of distracting attention -.from the onslaught made by Senator Till jr man against tbe sugar trubt and to weaken, "ilt pobHlule, ttic demand made by him for ran investigation of the charges that the jBugar schedule was. fixed ujt at the dicta- ffjUon of tlie trust, and that certain Seuu- ' wtora Lave .'peculated in the fctcck of tlie - Sfiiconccru whGse certificates are so suscepti- 5.ble to the turns of legislation, an attack "has been made upon tbe record of Senator ' - Tillman himself But these charges were -answered fully and clearly by the Sena- r "tor, on the floor, yesterday, and the in- .-cidcn...

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

THE MOBNIEre-TlftFESi FBlDAlf. -JITNE 4, 1897. M ' Ctmeff (M0R1T11IG, EVEfflHG ATTD SUITDAY.) irr THE WASHINGTON TIMES COMPANY, STILSOH HUTCHIHS, President. BUTCHINS BUILDING. Tew Tori Office: 2000 Tract Bulldine. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ilOSTIILY, BY CAKKIER: Wornlug, Evening and Sunday.. Fifty Cents .Mcrnlnganil Sunday Thirty-flvo Cents LTectag aud Sunday Thirty-uvo Cents BY MAIL. lOne Ycsr, Mornlng.Ercniug and Sunday, J6JK) Three Months " " " 3 .SO One Year. Morning and Sunday . 4.00 3hrcc Months " " 1.23 One Year, Evonlnz and Sunday .Q0 Three Months L25 Sunday only, one year LOO Orders by mall must bo accompanied by sub ccrlptlon price. TEtEi'iroNES: Editorial Rooms, 4SG; Busi ness Office. 1040. Circulation Statement. 27if circulation of The Times for the irceXr aided Saturday, May S9, 1897, roas as toKoics: Svnday.May 23 23,874 Monday, May 21 37.CI3 Tuesday, May 25 38,432 Wednesday, May 2G 38,492 Thursday, May 27 38.244 Friday, May 28 3S.28C taturday, May 29 .-. 33.326 Total ." 253...

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

the itonxtx mum JmtDAT, JUKE 4, 187. i wMrgh & Pro, j SATINES " j REDUCED. 15 Pieces Metallic Foulard J J Satines that we have 'been sell- d $ tag for 15c yd. The remainder 'j of this lot 12cyd S J 20 Pieces Kocclilin Imported J J French Satines, last of this j 2 season's import order, in Vine, j j Scroll and Coral effects, the f t most desirable styles shown s this season, and imported to J j sell for 3T3c yard your $ choice , SOcyd 2 Those you will flud on our flrat A floor, main building-. 5 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. J 1 Bicycles, Saddles and Tires Kept-in Repair One Year Free! Tluit's our guarantee to all who buy wheels ol u. No matter wliat breaks or HOW we reiiair tho damngu freeof cost. Noother dealer iu Airierica will do as much I Easiest . Terms Ever - Known ! Wc are ready to fit you out with .Bicycle. Lamir and Bell and you can pay for them weekly or monthly, as you can -pare the niouey uo notes no interest. Refrigerators all sizes aud prices begiuuing with the hardwo...

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

-SC&J r&gj-TSt?!?? ""?$ THE jaURNDStt' TUttJES, tpBIDAY- JUNJE 4, 1897. rj:wtfr'H? ."" f flX9GSQS9SSBS03Q33SS3G You men 11 i appreciate j this $6. 25 Suit Sale of ours all the more after you've seen what the 5 other clothiers are of- fering. r g Everybody else is ask' ing $10 and $12 for the same Qualities we're selling for $6.25 Suits made up for this spring and summer wear. Don't wait come to day some time. 1 Parker, Bridget & Co., 1 Clothiers, 315 7th St. eX3S030SGS3SSS3S3S(EXD G3S5SSSS5S6SSQ SSSSSSSQaSSQ C i nri:9 o:,j s You don'tcxactly have toputyour CJ I? brake ongoing up the hill, butlt Is fi? 8l the next tliinji to It We refer to g g the Ladies'Model "Stearns" Wheels, in black, put together this 3 ear, S H worth $100, which -ve uie selling 8 at $57.50 a It runs easier and is more grace-.. W f ful than many $100 -wheels. Ladies O C models ju that famous $50 pair, ir, g e. $ "lale" and "Admiral, also. JACOBS BROS., 1221) Pa. Ave. C559GS5SSSSQ5SGSSSS5SQQSSQ RAM'S H...

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

2j ''' '"'- -i. I"- THJ5 MOIiymQ TMfcEjJERIPAY; JCKB 4. t8V. h MOXKV WANTED AXD TO LOAfT. MONEY TO LOAN-From $5 to 50; no -chattel mortgages required: money nd ranced on bicycles: negotiable paper feeaght. Room 8, Central Building. 4cl-7C LOANS MADE ON APPROVED COLLAT ' era, sch as life policies, stocks, bonds, bunding association shares, syndicate ccr tineaieif, etc No delay ERKES fc BAKER, 1110 F st. Take elevator. tf LOANS -aiADK ON FlTilNriTUltlS, HORSES, ETC. Loans madcon Furniture, Planos.ttoiscs, Wagons, etc.. at lowest rates and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. Please call l.eoro recur In t: loans elsewhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., .010 F ttrcm; northwc-t. MONEY TO LOAN $1, 000 upward, ut 5 and 5 1-2 per cent, on D; G. real estate; $250, bOu, etc., at G per cent; all trails-actions conducted -with economical con pI tie ration for borrowers. WILLIAM H. SAUNDERS & 00., nplG-tr 1407 F st. nw. .MONEY To LOAN at 5 and 0 per cent; security, real estate in D...

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

JZ SSSV'-gg-SSng?. ffls'rr!,itf:'s?", 0".v3v, -i--?!1y,,k '"S'lrvri i&- JLIV THE MORSilNG TIMES;.JmiDAY, JUTtfE 4, 1897. - J- I II M 111 IP f 1' WM1 COME In todaj' and let us fit you witha spring: suit from ROGERS & CO.'S New York stock of men's suits we are selling at SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, and it will be the best clothing invest ment you ever made. Hogers & CoTs $7.50 Suits, Rogers & Coe ?8.5f) Suits, - Now 95.10 Rogers & Co.'s $10.00 Suits, Xow 0.00 Rogers & Cb.'s 1 2. 00 Suits, . y 'OW $7.20 Rogers & Co.'b $12.50 Suits, Xow-!?7.50 Rogers & Co.'s $13.50. Suits, .Vow JS.IO Rogers & Co.'s $15.00 Suits, jrow 0.00 Rogers & Co.'s $10.50 Suits, Now 59.00 Rogers & Co.'s $1S.OO Suits, Now $10.80 Rogers & Co.'s $20.00 Suits, Now $12.00 Colors, styles and patterns to suit everybody. Plenty of Eluo and Black Cheviots and Serges in all sizas. 81.90 buys cboice of broken lots of men's $6, S5, $4 and S3 Shoes. ROBINSON & CHERY GO 12th and...

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

fst?p!!fpip5fJ 42 The Circuhiioa of THE TIMES yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABEITIES. The jiredlctlons of the "Weather Bureau for tin District of Columbia, la generally fair; northwesterly winds. WASnitfCrTO:!; SATURDAY MORXSTCNGr, JTTKE 5, i807-.eiqht fXgkes. JstO. 1,13. OSTjE CET. rH ftftttte COPIES. TIED TO ft HORSE'S IL Spanish Savages Revive a Tor tare of the Dark Ages. A SENSATION IN HAVANA The Charges Against "Weyler by Bnrroetn Published In This Pa per Causes It Spanish Huge Against Auierlcaus Increasing. "Two Cuban Victories. Havana, via Key West, June 4. At KJguas, in Santa Clara province, a Cuban named Rivero was captured by a Spanish guerrilla. The Spaniards tied him by the neck to a horse's tail, and whipping up the horse, made him run until he fell, "when he wasdragged to death. Afterward Rlvero's body was backed to pieces. Iuf the streets of Santa Clara city the country people, gathered in by order or "Weyler, are dying of hunger. The Spanish authorities do not make the l...

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

THE MOBJSTI3STG TIMES,' SATURDAY. JUjOJ 5, 1897. SDCU TRUST'S BIO FIT Efforts to Retain Id Valorem Duties in the Tariff Bill. IMMENSE PROFITS COT DOW Scientific Robbery of the Goveri. meet aud tlio Consumer 2Cot St) lisny Under a SneeifieDiity Bat tling; fur Power to Fix the Trice of Rnvv StigttrH. The sugar trust is making the fight of lis hie for the retention of the ad -valorem duties in the Senate bill, bt.l the indications are thai those duties will have to be taken out before the measure can become a law From tims immemorial the Republican leaders have antagonized rd -valorem rates, and have. .inserted in debate that Mich rait wei ttie channels til rough which fraud It. commuted and the revenues of the Guv- unnif" onaieu int atatenienus mam bj Senators on the floor, in debate, when thev dUcassed tlie Wilson bill, are bf ug used to their present discomfiture Unexpected allies linvt been won over to tlic side of specific rates of duty it is eaid that ad the large sugar im porter...

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