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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 March 1897

THE-MOBNlNGr TIMES SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 189T affTiffnmfnffiniimwimi'WTrnnimmtB j Lansburgh & Bro. 3 I Como from Everywhere t : - 3 , to attend this 3 E Great Lace Sale, q 9C I a yard 3 for White and Ecru Laco worth 3 20c and 25c yard. Good, dura- 3 ble Lace. Will stand launder- 3 tag-, too. A great Laco bargain. Center aisle for these. 3 E 420, 422, 424, 426 7 th St. qqqsgsss gssssssq ssstssssss BABY Would Enjoy a Ride fe2 (3 I I I 1 every one of these pleasant after- noons: why don't you get the car- rt riage today? You needn't pay cash g ror it justa little something weekly or monthly as you can spare the ifl money. That's the way we sell g everything in this big store. EASY 8 PAYMENTS Help you to buy and lielpus to make rnends. There are no notes to sign no interest to pay it's all EASY! we'll make and lay the carpet lree no charge for the waste in matching figures. Mattings and oilcloths tacked down Tree. The new S-plece Parlor Suites from ?22.5U to S200. t Chamber Suites fro...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 March 1897

6 THE MOKOTSTCr TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897 t THE LIKE iACHED The $3 Rafe Closes With the End of March. ;Cior McCoy Gives Due and Sufficie t Notice Ac cording to His Agreement. There Will Be Positively No Exten sion or Continuance Be yond That Date. In giving the 5?3 rate Doctor 'Mc Coy reserved to himself the right to .vitkdruw it to new patients at miy time by giving due notice in the public prints. Doctor McCoy iindh thnt the time has come to ex ercise that right, the number of patients now growing so large ns to very .soon exceed the possibility of personal caio and attention. lie therefore announces that It -will bo impossible to continue the rate after April 1, except to those patients al ready under regular treatment, who are, of course, entitled to it until cured. Until April 1 nil patients applying for treatment or renewing trentuient will be treated until cured at the rate of $3 a month. There will be, however, no farther extension of the rate, and it will not be given...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 March 1897

THE MOKriEG TIMES, SA.TUEDAX, MARCH 20, 1897 IDENTITY IX DOUBT. Tlie INnine of u Dead Mun Cnunot lie Fully Established. The body of tlie man -who was round Tuesday morning at the limekiln. of the Washington Gaslight Company, on Twenty Bcventh street northwest, and supposed to be that or "Walter L. King, was removed yesterday morning from the Sixth precinct morgue to Gawler's undertaking establWi ment. There is still some doubt in tlie minds of King's relatives as to -whether the man is really King. Col. E. G. Ruther ford, a brother-in-law of King, called at the undertaker's yesterday arternoon, and after viewing tlie remains expressed the opinion that the man -was another than Lis relative. The police, who have known "Lowry" Kitig ror the past dozen years, nay there is no doubt but that he is the dead man. The certificate of death from alcohol ism, given by Coroner Ilamtnctt, was made out in tlie nnme-of Walter L. King. The body -will be held at the undertaker's rooms until tomorrow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 20 March 1897

THE 3iOBNXN"G TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 189T The Busy Corner 8th and Market Space JOHNSTONS, 729 fit St, V BONA FIDE CIRCULATION. The circulation o Tho Times .for the week ended ilurch 12, 181)7, wus an follo-.H: Snturduy. Mined 0 30,570 Sunday. starch 7 24,050" Monday, March 8 80,00 Tuesday, March 0 30,220 Wednesday, March 10 30,774 Thursday, March 11 30,720 Friday, March 12 30,800 Total copies printed 243,824 Lest damaged conic, copies unsold in office nud copies returned from news btundH uud branch offices. 16,025 Total 227,190 I hereby certify thnt the above is u Correct statement of circula tion for the week ended March 12, 1807. "WILLIAM P. LEKCH, , Malinger of Circulation. Advertiberh are cordially Invited to vihitour prchh and mulling rooms ot nil timet, and verify tho above statement. City Brevities Judge McCoinas heard argument of coun sel jester-Jay for a new tiial in the Van lliswick will case. A thief btole a Rambler bicycle from the Depaitinent of Justice building Thu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

m 0f THE WEATHER The TIMES' cir eolation last week For the Dlhtrlct of Columbia, gen erally fail- during the day; iwsslbl showerslu the early morning; south erly -winds; -warmer. was THE LARGEST IN THE CITY. iro. i5o as WASHXtfGrTON, SUNDAY MORINTNG, MARCH 21, 1897 TWENTY PAGKE3 THREE CENTS filfiS CONTINUE TO RISE "THE WEB, THE SPIDER, AHB THE PLIES." OUT WITH THE PBBIDfflT Secretary Bliss Reported as Ready to Resign. Lives Lost, Stock Drowned, and Thousands of Homes Ruined. VAST AREA UNDER WATER ON ACCOUNT OF LAMOREliX a rc ill li ill 7. hi UiU.UUl i ii mil ibmiiiii in i i in mn-i - , hmmmis, -n-i'i.i.,,,,, ' v It Ik Estimated That a Territory Equal to the State of Missouri Is Under "Water Damage in the iNorth, South, und the Central "West. St. Louis, Mo., March 20. The warning eent out by the Government signal service yesterday that the Mississippi River and all its Uibutaries would contjuue to rise, has been fulfilled to the letter. The communication with the flooded section has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

s THE MOBlSTHSTGh 33IMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1897 A winning combination. 'Wiseman' ' tailoring "at popular prices is proving it self a winner. It's a class of work you' ve never had before for less than twice the money and it's going to revolutionize the .clothing business of Washington. $12 and $15 gives you a choice from a nobby line of suits made to your measure in any style you dictate. $ gives you a choice from a swell line of trouserings. Every garment is cut on the preuiises aud we guar antee a faultless fit. Leave your measure to morrow. - Spring top-coats. Nobody else puts so much style and quality into their top-coats for the .same mone3r as we do. Direct from our factory no middleman there's a 20 per cent saving right from the start. $7.50 $10 $12 $15 and 20 the proper shades the proper lengths the proper Everything. Rats. What makes a business grow? Best values new est stj'les a constant "up-to-dateness. " Our hat business has grown enormously but no mere than it deserves...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

nrmn MOBJNTIErGt TIMES, SUSftft&T, MATtCH 21, 1897 3 FROM ALL OVER THE JISTRICT Muayon's Olficss Crowded wltti People from the City, tin Suburbs and Hear-by Virginia Towns. THEY CO&8E To Be Gurei by Munyon's New System of Treatment. -The Grand Success II Huron's Remedies, Mtnyon's Doc tors, and Munyon's Special Apparatus Ik Aston Jsliius the TSIedienl Profes sion of All Schools. WONDERFUL CURES Of Nervous Troubles, Xeiirulgia, Paralysis, and Hheumntlsm, Are Maile by the Electrical Machine. Catarrhal Diseases, Deafness, and All Throat and Xung Troubles Positively Cured by the LIFE CHAMBER. Hundreds of. Obstinate and Com- lilicuted Cases Like Those Related by MR. KDWIN I.AX12 Are Successfully Treated He Tells o nis Cure and of the Cure of Two of His Employes. Mr-.Edwin Lane, a prominent wholesale lumber dealer of Wev',r,l.V'n,rt -IKirarlly residing at 1523 '1 J" west Washington. D. C says. I as a tevere sunVrer from rheumat ta up at mv home in Vermont, and knowing or the great...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

-v M M- i ItEEE MOKlNXSTGr TIMES, t SUNDAY, MABCH 21, 3897 x CAPITAL CITY ATHLETES Basketball is to liave a practical test us an out-door game in Baltimore and City College tbcre lias .prepared a field and during the week iut up the goal baskets, and duxingthe coming weektwogames will Ire ilaj'ed afield. There is no question as to its. success as an indoor winter iime, and I can see no good reason why it ran not be made enually attractive as an out door spring gunic. It if. boped that at leabt two exhibition games may be ar ranged to lie played liere bhortly. Anions tlie officials at the recent In door atiiletic meet at West Point, held under tlie auspices of the Army Offrrcrs' Athletic Association, was Lieut. William M- Cruikshank, a native of this city, .md now stationed at "West Point, and one of tlie faculty- The young lieutenant is -well and favorably known here as a mem ber of the .High School Cadets, and tr-en passed on to Cornell, from -whence he stepped into West Point and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

THE HOB NINO TOIES, SUSEIjAY, MARCH 21, 1897 3 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm B GHUICTEE DEFAMED Look Jor the Big Yellow Signs GARNER & CO. u "ii I mi As we are ACTUALLY AND REALLY re tiring from the Clothing business we desire the Public not to confuse this Clearance Sale with those of a doubtful nature. The whole stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing includ ing the new Spring Goods just in is being dis posed of at It is a matter of compulsion, and the saving is as great to you as the loss is to us. Cost is of necessity lost sight of. A dozen times Sat urday we were compelled to close the doors. On rionday still more salesmen will be on hand. GARNER & CO., OUTFITTERS, N. E. Corner 7th & H Sts. y "PLAY BALL" T The Washington Club Will Start Team Training. THE ROSTER AT PRESENT All the InUelders and Outfielders With the Exception of Xoung Harvey Smith Are In the City. JJmmy McJames Will Not Arrive Until "ext Month. Although a number of the members of tho "Washington dub have bee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

6 ,- THE MORNING .TIMES, SUNDAY, MAUCH 21, 1897 MmtA (Mokmc, Lx'isi2o ad !:today) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. IIUTCHINS BUILDING Koetheast Com, eii TmsTii aj,d D Sts. Telephones Editorial Rooms, S1 Business Oflica. -1610 jiff TOKK omCE, VOCQ TBACT BUILDrSO I lice y o nlng or Evening Ldition. One Cent Eunday Lditiou Throo Coats Monthly, by Cariler Morniig and Sunday.... Thirty-flve Cents Evening lWy Cents Morning. ) Lvenmgaad Fifty CmsT3 bundaj. ) BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning. Evening and Sunday.... EOo Morning and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday 35c WASHINGTON, SUNDAY. MARCH 21 A TarlCf Corduroy Bond. Tbe hjiocrlsy as well as tbe robbery appear bo brilliantly on tbe face ot the Dingley Mil as almost to take tbe breath out of. tbe mouth ot criticism. It pretends to be a measure m tbe Interest or revenue, when It is i erfectly apparent that there is hardly a schedule in tbe whole docu ment that will not operate to reduce rcveaue ' The trust and monopoly woolen schedule Is a casein ro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

THE MOEiraJX TIMES? BDKDAU, MARCH 21, 1897 6 I "Ik "yEKD we inform even late, residents and visitors that J IU the Palais Royal's cash business often enables very advantageous buying and the marking of all goods at least possible prices ? Need we write that every 1 article has the price mark attached in plain figures ? Need 1 we add it is almost impossible to re-mark each with the com I plimentary price of the "Opening," and that it is unneces ! sary because, the "Opening" prices are- but temporary? ' Need we remark that this method of opening a new season's If lIIE formal opening on Monday of the Palate Royal's I now complete Spring: Stock, valued at nearly- $275,000. Complimentary prices are the practica1 souvenirs of the occasion. We refer new to older residents, who will indorse the following- statement: Each year at the beginning of each season an "Opening" is announced by the Palais Roj'al, on which occasion the new goods are offered at complimentary prices as a souvenir of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

8 THE MOBNING TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1897 t LANSBURGH & BRO. f THIS BEAUTIFUL HOUSE GOWN, $i.68 Made of the best Percale, in all the new Spring pat terns that are bright and pretty. Tight fit ting lining to the waist Watteau backs, full front, with fancy Bo lero Jack et, forming a pointed yoke in the back, edged with plain blue ruffle and Novelty Braid, giving a neat and stylish finish. Made with the latest sleeve, French cuff. Extra width skirt, full length. THIS NEW SKIRT 98c. i5XKA4j(r "fj-m $; I Tirrrrs;5f-&? &S Jl&?dm&Ud&&& i-'?4tr& ASiva Made of Fine French Black Satine, cut full and long, with deep flounce, finished with rows of cording and shirring. French yoke, with draw string. The fit and finish guaranteed. tomorrow we place on sale a new line of 40-inch Lawns, in beautiful sprays, figures and designs, at 12 l-2c. per yard. )mhwv$. t 42U. 422, 424. 42 7 Ih St. f t BABY x as 8 I Would Enjoy I I a Ride I S3 every one or these pleasant a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

THE MOKNXNGr TIMJJS, $feDAYs MAHH 21, 1 897 9 I STORY OF CAPTAIN GRAHAM By CHARLES B. LEWIS. JgJ ::::::::::::::::::::: BY CHARLES B. LEWIS. "We had called at Mauritius on our way worn Li-erpml to Bombay in the ship Fare well, and were five das'soutrromthe island when the adventure occurred by which we lost our captain and laid the .foundation Tor this story. It was 3 o'clock in tlie after noon of a bright day, and the ship was Mot making above four knots and hour. What sea there Ava?ou would mt haveboth ered a quarter boat, and the ship liruxl to a wave only at long intervals. The tecoad mate and I were superintending some "work forward, wnile the tviitai j v.-ns atuuc on the quarter deck. All of u sudden, and without tlie slightest warning, the sen be gan to boll and heave under and around us in the most violeut maimer, aud for five minutes every man had to hold on for his life. In her pitching the craft shipped three or four green .eas, which cleared the decks of everything movabl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

r THE MOBNING' TIMES, SpjfPAT, JUABCH 21, 1897 10 DOCTORS FREE AT 1113 G STREET N. W. Skillad Physician Giv3 Ate and Pre scrll33 lor You Wittiout Cost Ail Are Welcome. isot out cent lb required Tor consultation, examination or advice- ,.,. Everv appliance lias been added to our oince that will aU surrering humanity. Mr Homeopa'hic Remedies 'oulcklv relieve and speedily cure Catarrh, jjvMieiibia, Klieumalibiii. All Nervous and Blood Diseases, Female, Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Our Perfected Sialic Electrical Machine CurcsNeuralgla, Rheumatism, Lumbagoand Sciatica in from three to five minutes. The pains and aches disappear as ir by magic. As a means of improving the general nerv ous tone or patients it is without a rival. Catarrh Posi ively Cured. Our orrice lh thoroughlj equipped for the treatment or every rorm of Catarrh, lite treatment consists of mild, soothing lotions "wiiU h give iclief from tlie first appliciiUon, aud of internal remedies, which act on the blood and nerves a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

- - THE 310Ky3DSfQ TlLE. STOTDATT, MABCH 21, 1891 31 MONTIST -WANTED AND TO LOAN. "LOANS WADB ON FTJRNTruRE. HORSES. liTC Loans made on Furniture. Pianos, Horses, Wagons, etc, at Jo-west raics and quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. Please .call beiorc securing loans elsewhere. --'WASHINGTON MOHTGAGE LOAN CO., 010 F fctrect northwest. LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. 5, 5 1-2 and 0 per cent. mh20-lm GaSCH BROS.. 1307 F-st. nw. WANTED $5,000 for 3 to 5 years at 5 per cent, on valuable business prop erty; ground cost S5.600 and building 97,500; no better Investment; In tlits central part or the city; -will give small bonus. Addiess BORROWER, tills office nih203t LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old line lire policies, !ank and (syndicate certificates, building and loan aisocia tion btock, warehouse receipts, etc.: no flelav Apply to YERKES & BAKER, Room 42, 1110 F bt. mv. tr MONEY to loan direct; charges, 1 per cent; rate, 5. b 1-2 and 0 percent, m sums to Milt; no delav. Addres...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

- THE MOKNINe TIMES, SUNDAY; MARCH 21, 1897 12 S. KANN. SONS & CO. Prices Lower Than Any Other House in the United States. The Busy Corner Bth St. and flarket Space Our Second Grand! Rebuilding Sale .;j BARGAINS . 'A .: For. Monday Will Rank High Above the Average Sale. 5- . EVERY PIECE OF GOODS ADVERTISED WILL SHOW ACTUAL LOSS OF PROFIT" It's every one's business to know why we make such sacrifices. Our store is too much crowded with merchandise. Several of our largest departments are in the very spot where thci contractors will do their first tearing out. A wise move on our part will be to get rid of as many goods as possible. And with your assistance we will do it. OUR Bilks. Ours Is the Silk Store. More silks tlian tnrwheri! vise -within tne District confines. Belter Silks -newer Silks. There's a knack to buying these jroods we possets it. There's a hit or dating in cutting- down Bilks as we have but we've done it. 24-inch Figured Natural Colored Pongee, white and cream Iudi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

mil WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1897. "We Sell ISO POOR Slio;s at Anj Price." OUR SPRING SHOES "While competitors are still trying to dispose of their "Winter remnants we are alread in the midst of the liveliest Spring Shoe selling- we've ever experienced. It is all due to the many new and original Spring styles we are showing, which thanks to fortunate "buying we can afford to quote at prices that agree ably astonish our patrons and puzzle competitors. We sell the finest Shoes to be found anywhere but we call special attention to the following remarkably price-worthy, low-priced specialties thejr go on sale tomorrow morniu?: 7J5C a For-these Excellent $1.00 Values. Child's hand or machine sewed dark tan Goat or Vici Kid lacedaud Button Slices Sizes Child's 4 to Misses' 2. loo For These Splendid $ 1 .50 Values. Ladies.' black and tan Kid Ety libit Oxford Tie, and pood-wearing Kid Laced and Button Boots, 1.25 "For the Following Ladies' and Misses' "Dandy" black or tan Kid L...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

14 THE 3LOKNXira TIMES, SUNDAY, MAKCH 21, 1897 I The Woman Although Lent is not yet half gone, Uie "Woman or means lias begun to attend the hjinng millinery openings, -"Where she orders stacks upon stacks -of hats ".bent home ouapprovar' that .she may select her laster bonnetat licr leisure. Terhups tliis feasting upon the flesh pots of Egypt in the form of a costly honnet is not exactly devo tional Tor thib fceabon of the year, hut so long as the longing to adorn herself in it lor the puhlic gaze Is curtailed, she may he forgiventhevanity which is her birthright. The woman "Who has not means also visits the spring'opcnlngs If she lias any time to spare, hut she doesn't order any hats sent Lome, for she hasn't the slightest inten tion of Iniying any. She only looks and longs, andlooks again, for she mu.st impress the btyle of her pet honnet upon her mind bo that the may he able to Tememberliow It looks -when she gets hack to her own modest store of cheap materials "which lcar to lit...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

THE MOKNING TIMES, SUNDAY, TUARCH 21, 3 897 15 New York Beauties Fence at Home 'Treparel Salute! On guard! De fend! Clash! Clash!" are the sounds that inay he heard in the homes of the swell New York society girls nowadays. Fencing at home lias become a rail, and rooms es pecially devoted to exercise with the foil are round lu the residences of all the young women who have vowed fealty to Dame Fashion. Theio ib no exercise which more thor oughly develops the muscles of the body than renchig. In Germany, where the women fence as much as they ride bicycles over here, feminine strength and health and-grace are generally enjoyed. This Is an era of the practical in bociety, and it In likely in this, fact will he found the rca win for l he general adoption of this new fad. If a young woman is not too far ad vanced upon the list or society's devotees, bhc may enjoy the privilege of exercising with the foils In the public rencing acad emy. If she he a little more cxclushc, she can hie herse...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

THE IMOEoNTSTGr TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1897 llfPb' . v- rr a 4 of wtmrmL fe- s H s -Vj COLUMBIA "Shamus O'Brien" Tues day evening, Boston Symphony orchestra NATIONAL Wilton Lackaye, m "Dr. Belgraff." LAFAYETTE Sardou's "Spiritiswe." ACADEMY Frank Butii, in Gill Wuat cd." GRAND-Thoinas E. Slu'a, In "The Mau-o-"War's ilaa " BIJOU-"Uncle Tom's Cabin." KERNAN'S SaniT .lack's Company The attractions tins wcc'. at the thief" high priced theaters are on a high plane ot pumiise Each offeiing ha-, a combina tion of celeUnUes behind ir that would raise any performance to a commanding position. In deference to his local associa tion let us say first, there is Wilton Lack aye, who comes home for the first time us a btar. He starte.1 in Chicago and cotuei by way of San Francisco HU play is by a well-known and presently successful play wright, and hib company comprises people rather more than less distinguished Marie Wainvvnght is in her lirst season of miji port, iifter a stellar period; old M...

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