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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

X TELE MORKCSTG TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 189T IT ever displayed. Among those to be In traduced during thecomlngwecknrcmnny Liken during the march ot the Inaugural parade In thcbo Prcsidcnt-McKinley is shown ns natural a.s lif-e at the various Btagest of his inauguration. Following 'S piritisine" at the La fayette comes E. II. Sothern in his new play, "-in Enemy to the King." This engagement in always looked rorward to liy Washington theater-goers, as a week of sn especial treat, for Mr. Sotliern. in ids personality and in Ills plays, appeals in an irresistible way to all good tastes. The play is romantic in style, on the order of his earlier "Zenda'' success. The mauy favorites of his company are again with lihn. Tlic sale or seats tegins Thursday morning of this week, but the manage ment will receive and file written appli cations at the box office. The Columbia Theater will have a note worthy and interesting: attraction next week, March 1'it, when Henry lliller will make his first...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

s IS THE MOUSING TIMES, SUDAJ, JMAUCH 21, 1897 QUEEN VICTORIA'S JUBILEE Queen Victoria lias outlived nearly all of her contemporaries This is perhaps not a froth piece of news. But it is brought to nil ml ju6t now i n a peculiarly vivid man ner bv the fact that of all those peers ami personages who attended the coronation of her majesty, only four remain to figure In the grand diamoud celebration which will Autographic Portrait bo held in "Westminister A bbey on June 19 next. They are the Earl Nelson, who, as a thirteen-year-old peer donned his silver cori.net for the onlj time in his life ?t the moment when the Archbishop of Can terbury solemnly placed the crown of Great Britain upon the head of the queen; tl e patriarchal Karl r Leicester, who acted on that occasion ab page of honor and tram bfaier to the sovereign's uncle, the old Duke of Sussex; Mr Gladstone, now in his eighty-eighth year, and Mr. Vilhers, 4 the Father of the Uouc,'' wiio it the age of nlnetv-five still takes pa...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

f THE MOKNISTGr TIMES, SXTJSTDAY, MAJRCH 21, 3897 19 (Copyright, 1897, by Richard Lintliicum.) synopsis. Manuel Salazar was betrothed to Al caria de Vargas, daughter of an aristo cratic anil -wealthy landowner In i-outhern Ken Mexico. A -week before the dale ot the wedding Manuel lides to a nearby towu -with Enrique, Alcaria's brother, to complete some arrangements for ilio ap proaching ceremony. Enrique visits a gaining house, and there Manuel finds him engaged in a diFpute over the cards. A fight ensues, In which Manuel, attempting to rescue Enrique, is slightly wounded. Blind with rape and passion, Enrique does not recognize his friend and attacks him savagely, and Manuel, obliged in self defense to u&c Ills knife, scrioubly wounds the brotliei of bis betrothed. Manuel is preparing to carry the news to Enrique's family, when he overhears that Enrique Is dead. Unable, although justified in Ids act, to face Alcaria and her people, he fiees far to the noith. changes his name to ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 21 March 1897

THE' MOKNISTG- TIMES, SUNDAY, MAJRCH 21, 1897 20 y AARON IN THEJWLDWOODS The Story op a South ern Swamp 13y JOEL CIIADLKU HAKRIS (Copyright, 1897, by J02I Chandler Harris.) Til. ThcSwiimp had a Tine frolioon the night of the day that it routed Mr. Simmous'dogs, but Aaron "was not thereto see it. lie knew that, Tor some days at least, he would be free from active pursuit. The only danger he would have lo encounter would come from the patrollerfi the negroe3calledthem "patlerplleiV-wbo visited the various plantations at uncertain intervals. If lie began to go about witli too much confi dence it wab entirely possible lie would run into the aims of the patrollers, and be would have small opportunity to escape. Therefoie, while he knew that lie would not be bunted by dogs for some time, lie also knew be must be constantly on the alert to guard against surprises. The most active member of the patiol was George Gossett himself, and alter he and bis companions bad visited Mr. Fullalove's di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 March 1897

The Tuxes' Circulation Last Week" Was The Weather Today. , Fair, followed by raiu in the afternoon or night; cooler Tuesday night; -winds, shifting to southeasterly. ' , jSTO. 1,099. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MOKOTG, MAttCEC 22, 1897-SIX PAGES. one CENT. m& S?ffln4o THE LEVEES GO TO PIECES "Waters of the Mississippi Sweep ing Over St. Francis Basin. AT THE .MERCY OF THE FLOOD The Situation in the Country South of. St. Louis Hourly Growing "Worse The Federal" Govern meat Allied It) Assist in the Work of Rescue. Memphis, Tonu., March 21. The levees for a stretch of fifteen miles rroiu and south of Osceola, Ark., went all to pieces today. There were some twelve or fifteen breaks, in extent from 200 to 1,000 yards, and the water from the overbur dened river is sweeping over the St. Francis basin, to return to the river Just above Helena. Breaks are expected at iuxor.-i, on the same title, but above Ociceoln. .Most of tlie women and children had already lelt Osceola, only tlie men re mainin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 March 1897

, ro l THE MOKlSriXe TIMES, r MONDAY, MATJCH 22, 1897 1 s We're giving you men a genuine treat-making hand some spring suits to meas ure for $12 and $15. Our tailoring doesn't need much talking up. We've ranked with the leaders for Tears. Leave your measure to day. IQvery suit cut on the premises. Cor. 7lh and E Sts. N. W. No Itrnuch Store iu "WiiHlilnplon. WHITE GIBBON WEARERS Followers of Xoal Dow Fill the First Congregational Church. Sirs. Jillis Says tlio Hum Traffic "Wastes More Money Tliun u Tariff Can liaise. White ribbon -wearers rilled the audience Toom at the First Congregational Church to overflowing, yesterday afternoon, to do honor to Gen. Neal Dow. The mass meeting was under the auspices or a joint committee, represent ing the seven leading temperance organiz ations of the city, being the Independent Order of Good Templars, Womcn'sChiistian Temperance Union, Christian Endeavor Union of the District, Epworth League, Sons of Temperance, Independent Order of Rechabites, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 March 1897

THE MOKlSTNGr TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1897 8 -: ,V, u 'ft "AMEKKA, AMKEKA," IlOr, HOI. 3-One of the Sine omissions, in the Mcnlnley inaugural. by Hio Gem within l he .MYSTIC tie, wnich have so Ions re mained, among the waste, and rublslt of My Countrymen, when my mil was under discussion 1n OmgrefS, Olu Sl.KrtHring Uti, ranged between $15, ana i per box. .Medium 1113 1-2, wasters riwlii 7.75. lo s-lOJii', Now a belter quallt than then wtfd n Washington ror i-. Is quoted in Hdtltnoro al S.o, out KCvle Si 4, ana vttli millions of our peo tilo in Unforced itlemKi. ana Husiness t ut Mt Even pslnl.lt our manufacturers Could not THEN Ciiictc with foreign trade, without mii incn-ase of $2.08 duty per box. who but a Tool, or rrnuit, would now laiK au.ut protection, where almost evcrvlhing is produced on the lowest Hid. reci.ilessi i furnipUiip iiiili.eiices.atnl Where Natuial rate or itilercst, is mil 3 1-3. with Usurj ruling from the oteuM Hie u, to n per cent a month, ami l umic on the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 March 1897

r "-svC-Sj&jif? J-'fc THE MOBNIffg' TIMES, JHQNDAY, MABOH 22. J897 ttr (MCKNIXG. EVEXING AXD SUNDAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. hutchixs building JCoktjieast Corker Tenth and d Sts. Telephones Editorial Rooms, SJ Business onioa, 1640 ynr toi!k crncK, iooo tkact building Trice yo uingor Evening Edition, OneCcnt Sunday Edition lliroa Cents Ucntlily, by Carrier Morning end Sunday Tliirty-flvo Cents Evening - Thirty Cents II oni In p. Evening and Fifty Cents Sunday, ) BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday .500 Horning and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday 35c "WASHINGTON, MONDAY, MARCH 22. Historical Hei:etitiuu. Even the perfunctory plan or a currency commission to consider the financial ques tion lias been abandoned Tor this session of the Congress. Thai is in entire harmony with political precedents. Mr. McKinley, having been elected distinctly upon the money Issue, kindly ignores it and plunges the country into a tarifr agitation. His predecessor, elected upon the so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 March 1897

THE MORSTESTO TIMES IJtfOiNDAY, MARCH 22, 1897 S Lansburgh & Bro. f T In our Bedwear Department. SPECIAL No. 1. 50c Crochet Spreads for SPECIAL No. 2. 39c 90c Crochet Spreads, hemmed ready for J use, for , 69c f SPECIAL No. 3. S S1.75 1 1-4 Blankets t for $1.25 pair J SPECIAL No. 4. . $ $2.00 1 1 1 blankets s for $1.48 pair 4 SPECIAL No. 5. J $1.75 Feather PH- 0 lows for . . . SI. 19 pair $ 5 420, 422, 424, 426 7 til St. j mv ,', ' ''' cssqsssq gssqssss sssssssssa 8 .. 8 s s 8 i3 61 49 Needs a ride In the fresh air! "Wc are ready to furnish the carriage the minute you say the word no hurry about paying the bill a lit tle money -weekly, or monthly, in all -we look for A hundred styles Ul IXli IWSM " onvvnium iw .w.. -i of carriages to select from the very Iff newest of the springstyles-allpriccs ft -from $5 to 50. 45 45 . ... 7 8 45 45 45 45 41 45 45 45 1 s 8 a Are ready. The neatest patterns 0 the most durable qualities and a 6 greater variety than is shown in a any otlier store...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 22 March 1897

TEE MOKJSTINQ TIMJS,.'. AIQNPAY. IMAHPTI 22, 189T t 6 Top "Weather now, aud the proper Coals are here. A complete slock of them, not merely a sample lino, !)!!Ui! sizes in all st3'les and all qualities. Birys a Tip Top One, made from genuine Covert Cloth, cut the correct length, well tailored and perfect fitting-. It's a $10 coat everywhere else in town. Others at $10, 12.50, $15, $18, $20 and $25, aud all from $2.50 to $5.00 less than same qualities can be obtained for elsewhere. Spring Hats (Derbys and Fedoras) at a saving of $1 to $2 from hat store prices. New shades and shapes in Neckwear. 50c here, 75c else where. 12th and FSts. N.W. CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES "ifliBTTTm.n A "hk ,i, ... .. 'AM.'M 1-4..I. 4 '".li This cozy cottage, with 7 looms and bath, on a lot OOx'OO feet, can be bought by an immediate purchaser lor only $1 ,5U0 Its value is $3,500 it is situated in the ideal subdiMMon known as Lakeland, Md 7 miles from AWishingtou, on B & O. R. K. ir lias erand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

"? The Times' Circulation TESTKRDATT WAS The Weather Today. line. Showers, with partly cloudy weather; not bo warm; northerly to easterly winds. 3STO. 1.10. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY MOR-STIN G , MATCCU 23, 1897 EIGHT PAGES. one cent. I TIL OF DEATH IDE TAHfFrBATJLE OPENS Mr. Dingley Starts Off for the Republican Side. Cyclone Sweeps Over tlie Twi of ArUiitim, Ga. WHEELER LEADS THE ATTACK He l k 38,610 COPIES. ,riWh a piflii ijji 1 1 1 tSjUttl JiMI51iLiIHilTrrTffrirt hi. s SCHOOL CHILDREN KILLED Nearly One Hundred Persons Dead, Dying and Injured. LIST OF THOSE NOW DEAD A Cyclone Sweeps Down Upon the nigh 'School Building and l'whts Jt Julo Fru;mut, the IJoees Falling Inward, Crushing the Life Out of 2duny Children -Tlie Dead Will Xuuiber at I.en-t Twenty Blahely Was Also Striuk by the Storm and Several Lives Lost. Atlanta , Ga , March 22. A special from Arlington, Ga., says: A cj clone struck this town today and has left behind it a trail of death and disaster The High School building was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

THE MOJRNlNa TIMJ5S TUES&AY, MATtCH 23, 1897 We are making suits to measure of handsome plaid Scotch cheviots for $12 and $15. Cut on the premises and made by good tailors not the sort of suits you'd imag ine for the price. Faultless fit guaranteed. Leave your measure today. Cor. rth and E Sis. N. W. Xo ItrnncU Storo in "Washington. NO PROTEST TO BE MADE This Government Will Acquiesce in the Powers' Action. NEWS OP THE DEPARTMENTS Surprise That tlie Xotninntious ol General Curtis and II. Cluy Evans Have -2Cot 13eeu Sent In Plenty of "Work: Cut Out for Mr. Bris tow. The United States Government will enter no protest at present, at least, against the conditions imposed npon the merchantmen of neutral nations under the orders for tlie blockading of Crete by the six European powers. It whb stated yesterday at the Slate Department that up to 4 o'clock no con ference had been held in reference to the matter between the President and Sec retary Sherman, and the Secretary an nounced tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

zr s r THE MORNIKG TI3MES, TUESDAY, - MAH'CH 23 18i)7 3 -Z HE TARIFF DEBATE OPENS Continued from First Page. the goods which increased foreign imports Dad supplanted, lut also a market for goods which the fanners and masses of the people -were able to purchase in 1893, but which they could not buy in 1S96, liecause of .1 lots of employment aud pur chasing power. "Beyond this it lias been demon ttratcd that by placing wool on the free list to the Injury of the farmer aud manufacturer, we have tiot been thereby enabled to in crease tmr exports or manufactures -f wool (as was claimed would be the ca3'!), ana we have greatly increased the use of bhoddy by diminishing the purchasing power of the masses and thus compelling them to seek the cheapest cloths "If it be claimed that this has reduced the cost or clothing to the people, the reply it, obvious, that It lias done so only in appearance, because in point of fact the mabscs deprived of work and wages by that lias given foreign manufac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

STJIE MOENI2TG TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCS' . 3897 tSht JiSSkCtmea (MciUnNG. EVKXIXG ANJ SCI.'BAY) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Go. 1IUTCHIXS BUILDING NOKTHIIAST CORKER TEXTII AND D STS. Telephones Editorial Kcoass, 4S1 Kuslncs Offics, 3 WO rKW YGXK CFriCE, 1009 TKACT ilUILDIJca 1 lice It o ninjj or .Evening Jidiliou. One Cent Sunday Edition ,'jIunso Cents Kciitldy. by Carrier Jlomirg snd Kunday....Tairry-flvc Cents Evci.ing Thirty Cents Worrlug. ) Evening and Fifty CEjrrs Sunday, ) BY 33 ATI. TOSTAGK rRKPAlD Homing. Evening and Sunday 50c Horning end Sunday ............... 3Go Evcnlns and Sunday 35c WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 23". Tlie Tariff Debute The opening gun in the great tariff de bate of 1B97 was fired In the House of ItepresentaUves yesterday, and .Mr. Diug Jey explained his bill. As tnightliuve been expected, Mr. Din glcy regards tlie recent period of hard times lu the United States as due to our -wickedness in forsaking the paths of protection and bowing down before the false gods ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

THE MOBPTiya TIMES, TUESDAY, MAECH 23, 'lST a , Lansburgh & Bro. 4 5 ALWAYS THE CASE. J i That deception destroys 0 confidence; integrity wins p it. Our Domestics are of 4 tested standard quality f P reliable rijjht in prices. J 2 cases 1-jard wide Scorcher Bleached Mus- P lin, soft finish 5c yard 4 3 bales l-3'ard wide f Evanston Unbleached f Muslin, heavy J weight 5c yard 2ynrd wide Unbleached Sheeting-, good quality, special price 12j4c yard 150 pieces Scotch Cheviots, splendid qualit3-, beautiful patterns to select from 10c3'ard Best quality Percales in an exclusive line of patterns, all the newest designs 12cyard 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. 5tvk''''.'-. ilwiXBTs0 CdOv .J3.A3. -oi'illls c;jiii re;i; 2E5 I fc2 ft a a I ft 0 8 a ft ft t S f, ft 0 8 Needs a ride in the fresh air! "We ft arcready to furnish the cairiage j3 the minute you say the word-no Jj tinny about paying the bill a lit- ft tie money -weekly, or monthly, is all we look for A hundred styles $ of carriages to se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

TJTE MOUSING TIMES, TUESDAY, MAttdi 23, 1897 6 IHE FIRST ITS PRACTICE The Ball Players Start in Work for the New Season. ANOTHER PITCHER SIGNED Catcher Charley Farrell Arrived Yestcriliiy-JJummerScliinelzWas Delighted "With the Form of the Men 11 tcher.s Swalm aud Ashe A re Promising I'luihen for Ladles. Manager Schmelz called his Senators to order yesterday morning at National Park, and after a fen remarks befitting the occasion, lie turned them over to Capt. Tom Brown, who told them to proceed to business. Tlie players presented a ratlier motley appearance. There were little men, big men, long men, and short men, and the Uirrerent uniforms they wore would have furnished material for half a dozen ciazy quilts. The left-over suits from last season covered a majonty of the athletic forms but the colors, in the caps, sweaters and stockings weie as variegated as the leaves of autumn. Charley Reilly, the new third baseman, was more gorgeous fian all in his make-up of a white suit, red s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

THE 3IORNING TIMES, TUESDAY, MAECHCM23, 1897 n fVV ANTED A2S"D TO LOAX $70,000 , TO LOAN, preferably in one loan, but will break it up in smaller sums if needed. RATES WILL BE LOW, tout .security must be ample and or the highest class. J.V.N.Huyck 1505 Penna. Ave. XOAKS MADE ON FUHN1TURH, HORSES. ETC Loans maOe on Furniture, Pianos, Horses. Wagons, etc., at lowest rates anil quickest possible time. Strictly confidential. Please call before securing loans elBCWhere. WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 010 J!" street northwest. AVANTEDLoan of S25 to $50, oy party holding guod position. Box 125, this office. It-cm LOANS ON REAL ESTATE. 5, 5 1-2 and 0 per cent. mti20-lm UaSCH BROS., 1307 F st. nw. AVANTED 5,000 for 3 to 5 years at 5 per ceut,- on valuable business prop erty: ground cost $5,600 ana building $7,600: no "better investment; in the central part or tbe city: -will give small bonus. Aduress BORROWER, tliis office mh20-3t LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old line liie isollcies. ba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 23 March 1897

s THE aiOKKJiira ..TIMES, TTTES tAT. 'STATlCn 23, 1897 8 FULLY one-half of the pleasure of cycling consists in being properly clad. We uiakea specialty of cyclists' cloth1 ing. Have the largest and best variety of Bicycle Su'.ts, Compilation Suits, Sweaters, Bicycle and Go'f HGse, Bicycle Shos, Bicycle and Golf Caps. In fact- ever' thing- neces sary for the proper C3Tcling outfit, and sell them at the lowest possible prices con sistent with reliability of material and workmanship. Men's Spring Top Coats, newest styles $7.50 to $25. obSnson&GlieryG1 12th and FSts. N.W. s mtdde.vs Fine furniture. i With an eye S 1 SECURING and RE TAINING your trade we offer you the ozvest prices on C rcJtd for 1 Fine Furniture and Carpets. 1 Ow easy -payment system 1 of CREDIT is dady becom s ing more popular. A s?nall 2 -zvcckly or monthly -payment ! entitles you to select ALL you need for one rocm or the entire house. Come and ft sec us -we'll help you. RUDDEN'Sf CREDIT HOUSE, 513 Seventh Street...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

Si- The Times' Circulation YESTERDAY "WAS The Weather Today. tttit. Threatening weather and bhowerb', fol lowed by clearing weather during Uic day; colder; fair and colder Thursday; biisk, westerly winds. jsro. 1,101. WAsnrrsTGrTor, wedstjesday moeidng, mauch 24, 1897 eight pag-es. ONE CENT. mt 38,320 COPIES. ,TUTiSMrff IE FLOOD STILL RAGING Death and Destruction Continue to Ride the Tide. ONE DROWNING REPORTED A Woman Fnll.s from n Uout "While Jcuiilug from Her Home Ap penls, for Aid Are Made and Au-bwercd-Vaducuh, Ky., Tow uu Island Hescuers Kept Busy, Sioux City, Iowa, March 23. "While en deavoring to escape through tlie water which surrounded her home, Mrs. liclie Maxsey, residing on a farm near the Big Sioux between here and "Westfield, MI from a boat and was drowned. From Canton to Sioux City the river is falling fast. At Canton Is a big gorge and a fresh ribe may be expected when it goes out. Tin gorucat Haggins Bend, below Yank ton, still holdb and ib growing worse If warm w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 24 March 1897

THE 310EriN TIMES, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 24, 1897 - could be accomplished lor silver. He Uiew,hovvever,thatthis-oiilddo no good. lie had seen the efrortb made to relievo the prevailing distress and had recognized that thej vv ere wrong and must lull, lie had seen the repeal of the Sherman law recommended and applied -as a panccea and it Jailed He had seen the Democrats try the effect or the Wilson hill and pros perity had not returned. There was no question that as to the tariff, the popular verdict at the last elec tion Aai mfavoi of protection. Had the Democratic party declared the tariff Co he the leading issue it would have been over whelmingly defeated. It acted wisely, au nounced a truce regarding the tarlfr, and declared hilver to be the dominant issue, wnd nearl snatched ictory rrom the most desperate" coiiihtionh. Their victoij would havebeea completeliad not the democratic part presented other unnecessary issues, which handicapped Bryan' candidacy; furnished pretext for misrepr...

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