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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 March 1894

apjWtlp. B"'5.fTSr7-sp5?r iJJ'. '-fr r lr r t o THE -WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY,' MAKCH 18, 1894.. ARTISTS AHD AST TOPICS Mr. McDonald's Beautiful "Dolce far Niente." YR. MAX WEYL'S EXHIBITION Tho Young Women Artists of Washington. What Success They Have Achieved Th Good Work of the Washington Art Btn dents' League. Bad ns the Spring exhibition oJ the Society of American Artists may be, it is redeemed in part by some erj serious and excellent work, and among these the only canvas shown by a Washington artist is one deserving ot the highest praise This is Mr. Harold McDon ald s "Dolce far Niente," a portrait study showing at the best his rare power as a draughtsman and colorlst. It is hung in the west gallery ot the beautiful new home of the allied art societies of Xew York, and, although It is not on the lino as it should hare been, its position is ono of advantage; certainly it at tracts much attention, and admiring groups of spectators pause before it continually. The figure in "Dcl...

Publication Title: Washington Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 March 1894

fsrsTSf ';.'J5Tff KM, - hi JT r 0 T THE "WASHiyGTOlSr TIMES, SUNDAY, MAECH 18, 1894. 3. 'W.T - t A BARGAIN TRIO. Your choice of 39 dozen Glen's Fine Wire Stiff DERBYS. , that no hat store in town can sell for less than $2 or $ i.50, but we're go ing to let you have for em k; ' FOR MONDAY ONLY. NO. 2. A solid Calf SHOE in sizes to fit all men. Made on the sound principle of comfort. Lace or Congress, with plain or tipped toes. A $2.50 Shoe as sure as quality and com fort make value. Let us fit you at NO. 3. Your choice of 50 dozen Magadora Silk SCARFS in Blue and White and Garnet and White stripes. They are made up in the Gradu ated 4-in-Hands and small knot Tecks a nobby 75c. worth for 50c. Saks and Company, PENN. AVENUE AND SEVENTH ST. AN EDITOWHTICISSITUDES The Story oi; the Okolona States News paper of -Mississippi. W. HUBBARD KERXAX TELLS IT How He was Dnvoa from Ohio "Way Sown South in Dixie," "Struck it Easy on an Unheard'of-Paper,, JWroto an Editorial that Pcf-Hepreseatative ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 March 1894

mmi . . ! uii i -i M . ?i3g THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUSTDAYrMARCH 18, 1894. ,- THE WASHINGTON TIMES, dailV. OWNED AND ISbUEU BY The Washington Times Publishing Company. Cicncral Manager: H J. BROWSE; Editor: MARSHALL CUSniNQ; City Editor: EMOKT FOSTER. Office: IIUTC1UNS BU1LDIJ.G, Corner Tenth ami D Stbeeis Hokthwest. Telephone 837. Price, Daily Edition OneCent. Sunday Edition rive Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON. 1). MARCH 18, 1834. M)L. 1.. 0. 1. The Washington- Times Is a fact and an issue. Alter months of labor, of planning, of organizing, the Feoplo's Paper has come to its beginning. A remarkable work this is. No other paper was eer started under the samo circumstances. Like all great enter prises, movements and revolutions, It had Its fojndations la'd In necessity. Printers, tlnown out of work by the Intro duction of type-setting machines, started the agitation, until the wholo body of Columbia Typographical Union, No. 101, leavened with the idea. It grew a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 March 1894

SSp8Whr' -as?.; - - '"?ry''V&&tZi 2RgBrIERm . "- THE WASKDTGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MABOH 18, 1894. OXFORD AN EASY WINNER. l'ift) -First Boat Race on the Thames Goes to the Dark Blues. CANTAB CiiEW BADLY WINDED. Very Cold 'Weather Did !Not Prevent the Usual Tremendous Crowd of Bpectatora No Chanco For the light Blues at Any Timo'Ui the Contest. ; Xosdox. March 17. The flfty-first boat raco between crews representing Oxford Univer sity and Cambridge University boat cluus took place tbla morning over the usual four mile two-furlong coarse from Putney bridgo to Tbo Ship at Mortlake. Oxford won by three and ono-half lengths. Oxford won the toss, and choso the Surroy side of the river. There was a heavy fog bunging over the rlvor. The weather was cry cold. There was no wind and tbo water was smooth. As the morning woro on tho usual crowd of people commenced to arrho by train, by coach, omnibus and every other kind of ebicleincludlng tho historic donkoy cart, with its orowd.oflcostumcr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 March 1894

J-sVstl vtAgtagpti-ferfr v- i- THE TVASHDTGTON" TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1894. GRAND SPRING OPENING Continued all this Week! THE WIJOLE STOHE presents a vivid panorama of fresh, new beauty. In the various departments, par ticularly the SULLIXEKY (now again much enlarged), are the choicest gems gathered from the fashion centers of the world. Elegance reigns In all the styles; economy, as usual, characterizes the prices. Let's glanco at some of the new Spring creations. French and American I'ATThllN HATS, Ikmucta, Toques, UXTUIMMLD HVTS For Ladies and Children In Lace, btraw. Chip, tapolltan, Lilians, nud Jet. FLOW EI !S In all colors aud designs. 1'LUilLS AND Til's. AIUltETTtS In all colors. JETS AND JET TlilMMINGS, JET LACtS, CliOV, N3, BANDEAUX. AlGUETThS, MUM-LEI) JET LACES, In all widths. LACES. In Black, Crenic, Yellow, and hlf, in l'oint de Venice, l'oint D Gonenoc and Chantllle. CLOAKS AND CAMS Trimmed in Lace, Jot, Molroand Braid. INFANTS' CLOKS, Long and Short, In hito and C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 March 1894

t5SpwSF-; S &." Cs THE WASHrtTGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MABCH 18, 1894. WOES OF THE SWEAT-SHOP Rev. Alex. Kent's Powerful Sermon on the Evils of the Sjstem. HOW THEY MUST BE REMEDIED Instructive Description of the Sweating ?mc:js in Yarioni Linei of Business Disease and Degradation Its Inevitable Eesults National legislation Alone Can licet the Necessities of the Case. In pursuance of the suggestion made by the Union for practical progress, that the j ulpit should lift up Its toIco In protestation against the "sweating" system, which has clo eloped into so great an evil in our large cltief Kcv. Alexander Kent, of the People's church of this city, dellvored last Sunday the fo.Io-vinj powerfuLsormon on the subject: isiiAH 58: 111. Tho Union for Practical l'rogrcss, nn or pantation recently formed to unito and direct tho coral forces of the country In efforts for so'i il improvement, has requested all tho r-inUters of our larger citiesto glveoneserlco of this Sunday to 'consideration of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 18 March 1894

. ?x r&&g& i1l 1M p lUil'W HIM lil.H H M W ! II1MI1IWH MIrllHMMM IFiPMMI P IHHUWI PM wzrH&&5zd?-- li gsa- 'rrffif?Ft rns?f'PsWT- -pf I ' f ; " . - "' - "V - THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, SUNDAY, MAUCS IS, Ig4. First Issue, 30,000. Not Near Enough to Go Around w e Want TO GET acquainted with our new FURNISHING DE PARTMENT. It is the most complete stock of Men's and Boys' strictly HIGH-CLASS FURNISHINGS to be found south of New York. All fresh, new goods, too, of the very best make and latest styles and colorings. We have special facilities for making SHIRTS to MEASURE. Have the largest line of Shirtings, one of the best shirt cutters in America, and guarantee you perfect-fitting and thoroughly satisfactory garments. Our stock of SPRING-WEIGHT SUITS and OVER COATS is also ready, and, as usual, they are head and shoulders above every other line in town in quality, fashion, finish, and fit. " Robinson, Chery & Co. CLOTHIER AND FURNISHERS, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F STREET N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 March 1894

"""- - -wj8-g"K355ssfi fmwmyiWfWt crfJs'5pr'r-,'' -----j " -jp'- 'FS??L-fTiBc?i3Ht'i,.'Ri'5J.-'-. f?vf:(It"ArrJTU',"7UtT3E, - ; THE WASHINGTON TIMES TOL. 1. 2TO. 2. WASHTtfGrTO, D. C, 3IOKD.Y MOKNTISrGr, MAJJCH 19, 1894. OXE CENT. TOOK THE TOWN BY STORM Tlic Times the People's Taper, for all the People Had It. 30,000 COPIES DISTRIBUTED Political leaders, Business Men, Everybody, Comment Upon the Paper Favorably Not a Printer rinds a Thing to Criticise The ladies Like It and Hanker After It Old Ben rranklin, the- printer and news paper carrier, stood nil day in Printing House Square yesterday and held out for inspection copies of the first number ot The Times. In bis extended right hand one copy was firmly grasped, and under his left arm were others, apparently ready for disposal, or I kept, perhaps, for attentivo perusal when the throngs of curious passers-by bad left him alono. 1 Ho was tbo central figure of the gazo of the thousands who passed during all tho hours from noon till n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 March 1894

W-V yT ' -! r The WashinQlon Times (Every Doy in tho Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: VL J. BROWNE; Editor : MARSHALL CUSHIXG; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: HUTCUINS BUILDING, Con-sru Tenth iki D Streets Nobthwkst. Telephone S3T. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 19, 18M. IT IS LIABLE TO CALL NAMES. The Times Is not yet Informed exactly where the blame, or all of It, lies In the matter of this latest trolley accident. If fenders should bo applied to the trolley cars, they shall be. If tho motormon is to blame, bo shall bo exposed and ridden out. If It is officials of the road, they shall be attacked and interfered with. Wo havo been accus tomed to stand too Idly by and wonder whero a public troublo is and where the blame. We have not tried to lay the real facts and the trao facts before tho public scorn. The Times Intends to look into this trolley...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 March 1894

-T5S THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, MAECH 19, 1894. B WftaR. DA GAMA SAVES HIS HEAD He Sails Away for Farts Unknown in a Portuguese Warship. FEIXOTO'S DEMAND IGNORED If tio Admiral Had Been Surrendered He Would Have Had Short Shrift Speculation Begarding His Departure Very likely Further Insurgent Demonstrations May Follow. Copjrlchted, ISM, by the Associated Press) Rio Jaseibo, March 18. Judging from the course of events hero, It is thought by impar tial observers thattho Portuguese government does not Intend to honor the request mado u pon it for the surrender ot Admiral Da Gama, who was lately in command of tho insurgent fleet before this city. Admiral Da (lama toot refuge on tho Por tuguese corvette Mindello when tho insurrec tion collapsed. President rcixeto demandod that tho admiral and tho officers who were with him be dciheredinto his hands. Tho Portuguese minlsterdecllned to order thocom mander of tho Mindello to surrender tho fugi tives, and Frcsldcut Telxoto nppcalcd, it i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 19 March 1894

srt? THE WASHENGTCXN", TIMES, MOOTA.Y, atARCH 19, 1894: ifU7"ti"V t-?gP , "T5??';' MATsTcan as readily pay too little for a Suit or pair of Trou sers as too much. We avoid both e x t remes selling only as low-priced and as high priced Cloth injr as most advantageous for you to buy. The Men's Suits and Spring Overcoats at $10 represent the biggest money's -worth an X ever bought Drop in to day. Mm WW are tucked below the- elbow rati puffed above, with a lace ruffle at tho elbow. Now Swiss muslins bnvo colored pin dots or else white dots with Dresden roses printed in color amid them, and also narrow colored stripes. Tinted dottod muslins and tho sheer organdies have similar designs. Chine dashes and flowers are charming designs for batistes. Whito nail black batistes with phlox or pe tunia colored inoire or sntin crush collar and twit will be worn again by those dressing In colors. Three or Jour wide tucks aro around dotted Swiss or nnlusook skirts, while others baton festooned flounc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 March 1894

fWiWWMM rw i S-,i rffcW- THE WASHINGTON TIMES I WASIIDf GTO, D. 0., TUESDAY rOKNTtfG, aiAKCII '20, 1894. VOL. 1. STO. 3. OXE CE:N'T. S m3WrI9m HELD UP BY THE SUGAR MEN Delay in the Report of the Tariff Bill Due to Them. WHISKY HEN WILL RETALIATE Bitter and Protracted Struggle" on'the Floor Anticipated Both Interests Are Seeking to Protect Themselves at All Hazards Views of Two Senators on the Issue. Indications are stronger overy day that be fore tho tariff bill reaches n vote in the Sen ate the warfare waging between tho various trusts will lead to a bitter struggle on tho floor itself. Even members of tho Finance Ccmmitteo admit that tho bill will not And altogether smooth sailing after it has been re ported. They say that every effort has been made to harmonize tho conflicting interests and so to model tho bill as to bring about practically harmonious action on tho part of tho majority, but they express fears of tho result. The two interests most directly in conflict just now are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 March 1894

V? V Yj r"-!3?'-3 "" "-T. r6feV385??J- lpsWfatfMS !msfe? ! S. 2 The Washington Times (Ev cry- Da j In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BY The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: It J. BROWSE; Editor: MARSHALL CCSniNG; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER Office: IIUTCUINS BUILDING, Corker Tenth and D Streets Northwest. Telephone 837. Price, Daily Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 20, 189L THE EATHI It TO-1) t.Y. For the District of Columbia, Marj land, and Virginia, generally fair, much colder; north winds, -- The rricc of The Tunes is one cent. Paj no more for It anyw here. bee that jour newsdealer has it every morning. I'aj him 10 ccntsn-wcck forit.oraccnt a day on week days. Paj no newsboy more than this. - . THEY II U) HETTI It KKIUK AWAY. This tariff bill of Mr. Wilson's. Just now under discussion in the Senate Finance Com mittee, docsn t go upo IU passago for tho simple reason that the tvo trusts, the sugar ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 March 1894

TILE WASIIIXGTOX TOCES, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1894. The Hrfciof. Being JUst a Woman. We are told, says the Bazar, that the Prin cess of Wales can design a gown; that we j owe to her the exceedingly high collars I and many of the other modes of recent years. Not only can she Design, hut can fit and cat; can rip her bonnet to pieces on occasion and make ft over; can take as fine Btltches as any needle woman going; loves her embroidery, her knitting jean even do up her laces for want of any- sbfetter occupation; and none of these occasional employments have allowed cer to degenerate in her music When wo hear of a woman on the highest step of a throne doing all this, it does not seem alto gether derogatory to a .girl's position, bo she of tho select inner world or not, to prepare herself for the strugglo of llfo by knowing how to do theso and Other things. Thn una nmt ilowns Of HfO in this COUntrV are notorious. In fact, they are growing no torious in other countries, too. This family owns...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 20 March 1894

srisyrtmie''tm'f,Mf WmWfw "r sj S5pyvjp-5 rVW" S THE WASmSTGrTCXSr TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1894. The Weather and our superb stock of well-made fashionable Clothing killed many a tailor's order yesterday, for LIGHT-WEIGHT OVERCOATS especially. It really seemed as if we could hardly supply them fast enough, but everybody was thoroughly suited and properly fitted. Were' you one of the many we fitted yesterday? If not, come in to-day. You'll find the biggest assortment of the richest and most fashionable Coats in town. All reliable qualities, in all fashionable shapes. Prices, $10 to $40, and satisfaction guaranteed at any and all prices. Robinson, Chery & Co. CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 1200, 1202, and 1204 F STREET NORTHWEST. NAVY YARD PRECEDENCE. Senator .McPhcrson's Hill TVill -Meet Oppo sition from l'mplovcs. Senator Smith, of New Jersey, actlns for Senator Mcrhcrson, introduced a bill In tbo Senato ycsteroy providing that all persons who have serod as master mechanics in any U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 March 1894

S,.!."J!7J":B r&G&'W'&E&sBF1? &SSgrT?y7 CTS '."S s r-e r-Hf' -r THE WASHINGTON TIMES i 1 5 J VOL. 1. XO. 4. WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1894. ONE CENT. ?"Kr- J-Sy?"2"? v" V? MOVED EVERYMAN IN COURT Madeline Pollard's Story of Her Devo tion and Its Frightful Cost. SHE GAVE UP HER CHILD FOR HIM The Most Dramatic Incident in the Famous Trial Story of Her Threat to Kill CoL Breckinridge Her Life in Washington j The Defendant Will Testify To-day. When the shrill voice of the bailiff cried adjournment in the baro old Circuit Court jesteruay afternoon the veiled face of Madeline Tollard was buried in her arms upon the rough board top of the witness box, behind which sho had sat for threo days. The only sound which had broken such a silence as seldom falls on a courtroom was a sobbing that seemed to come from her inmost heart. Threo jurors wero fumbling In an uncertain way with their handkerchiefs, tuo judge w .is staring toward tho ceiling abstractedl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 March 1894

,""535 -p 5 ? Z&f -JS-"? j- " r f"j,'rt'Ll';KP,Sv 1!ipP THE WASHESTOTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1894. The Washington Times (Ecry Day In the Year) OWNED AND ISSUED BT The Washington Times Publishing Company General Manager: H. J. BROWNE; Editor: MARSHALL CTJSHINO; City Editor: EMORY FOSTER. Office: 1IUTCHIS BUILDING, COK.NEK TENTH JU.D D STBIET3 NOKTHWEBT. Telephone 337. Price, Dally Edition One Cent Sunday Edition Five Cents. By carriers, by the week Ten Cents. WASHINGTON, D. C, MABCH 21, 1S9L The Weather To-day. For the District of Columbia, eastern Penn sylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Mary land, threatening -weather, with probably showera in the afternoon; Increasing south East winds. i THEY HUSTLE FOR "THE TIMES.', The Times is represented among the busi ness men of this city by Mr. Towson and Mr. Robinson. These gentlemen would bo called in westom parlance hustlers from away be yond tho head of the creek. They aro alert, business-like, thorough, original. They prizo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 March 1894

-SSfnw"w s'y!-a!v''!JlS5 I4l44--f V THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, ISfARCH 21, 1894. For a -Woman; By a Woman. Does tho tired little mother know, asks the editor of tho Bazar, when she feel3 as It sho could not take another step, and it is almost a question when she closes her cjes at night If she cares to open them in tho morning, or would be a question if It were not for those in whose behalf she is so weary, that there is really no occasion for such fatigue as hers? She smiles at the idea. "No occasion!" she soys. "With my Janey needing this, andHarry wanting that, and Willy suffering for the other thing! With tho baby to have his rights, with tho house at sixes and sevens, and Its dear master demanding and deserving tho best and most no occasion for my fa tigue!" Tint ot hor hmm and reconsider. Docs Jnney really teed this? It Is not a fancied need merely? Would she not be as well off without It, after all Is it indispensable to her health and good name and her soul's welfare? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 21 March 1894

'. t'M'MW'A V&rj? "-sf??-? rs '?-' -S ' 'V "V 1" - .. TfcE -WASHINGTON TIMES, .WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, .1894. NLY $10 for your choice of three styles of Suits. .Black aud Navy Blue and a variety of attractive fancy mixtures. The' are differ ent from the usual run of $10 much more suits better stylish. Don't wait please! We until Saturday, are busy even now, and getting busier daily. Parker, Brldrjeli & Go,, Modern Clothiers, 513 Seventh Street N. W. BIG GUN TEST. A Distinguished Party Will Witness the Trinl To-day. A largo party of distinguished people, in cluding Cabinet officers. Congressmen, mem bers of the diplomatic body, naval and army ofllccrs, and others, have been invited by Secretary Herbert to accompany him to-day to the naval proving grounds at Indian Head to witness tho trial of tho thirteen-Inch rilled cannon. This pioco is tho pride ot tho ord nance department, and is tho first to bo com pleted of the guns representing tho largest caliber to bo used In tho new na...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington times. — 22 March 1894

-jriFT '"sjrts- mfj&f'r'Vii!r&p THE WASHINGTON TIMES VOL. X. 2fO. 5. WASIimGTO D. C, TUUBSDAY MOKNTN'G, MABCII 22, 1894. (XNT3 CENT. OUTLINE OF HIS DEFENSE Attorney Shelby Maps Out the Position Col. IkceKinridgc Will Assume. PLAIXTIPP RESTS HER CASE Tho Defendant, and Not the Plaintiff, Was Seduced, Says the Defense Miss Pollard's Attempt on His Life He Was Hounded and Forced to Acknowledge Her. Yesterday uas n, field day for tho colleagues of HcprcsentutUe K reck in rid Re, of Kentucky. ConjireisS had laken a recess ostensibly to sail don u tho Potomac on an excursion nnd wit ness tho trial of ome Wr puns at Indian He id, but the trial progressing in tho Circuit Court held greater charms for many than tho junket on a gtnernnient gunboat. Gray heids and bald head-, were in a majority in Judgo l)rndlejs court, but tho spectators were disappointed bj one of tho lcist bensa tional dasof the trial, although they heard tho defense of Col. Breckinridge outlined by his Uv partner a...

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