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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

I 4 I ,-;-' FIRST PARI rOETT-FOUBTH TEA I Aiorau, Yawns for Perjurer Pigott," the Confessed Blackmailer and Author of the FORGED PARNELL LETTERS. A Searching Cross - Examin- ation Utterly Bouts Him, and in Despair HE ADiTITS HE IS GUILTY. The Witness Appeals to the Judges for Protection, hut is Sternly Kehuked. EXC1TIKG SCENES IS THE COURT. President Hannen Orders a Scotland lard Detective to PreTent Pigott's Escape. PAENELL'S VINDICATION IS ASSUEED The London Times' persecution of Par nell is defeated by its own witness Pigott. That versatile gentleman has confessed, un willingly, to be sure, and with some reserva tions, that he forged the Parnell letters, and ihat he is a perjurer and blackmailer. President Hannen was afraid that Mr. Pigott might want "to visit some of his mysterious friends in France, therefore specially detailed a detective to see that Pigott was made so comfortable in London that he would not desire to leave until the Commission is through with him. IBT CABLE T...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

DEATH 8YTRACTI0N. A Startling and Probably Mai Grade Collision ON UWEENCEYILLE'S HILL The Grip of a Bear Car Breaks, and It Crashes Down on Another, CATCHING AS OLD MAN BETWEEN. A Panic on the Forward Car, and Several Other Persons Injured. THE SECOSD COLLISION OF ITS KIND Another car broke loose on the East End division of the Citizens' Traction Com pany's line yesterday afternoon nearThirty seventh street, and, rushing down the hill, smashed into another car that was just ahead, crushing one man, it is thought fatally, grinding one hoy's leg seriously and maiming three others. The same thing, without such serious re sults, has happened once before; but it was only by chance that it turned out to be less startling than the ugly accident ot yester day. From the stories of those that saw the ac cident (which happened about 1:30 o'clock), it seems that the forward car had stopped at Thirty-seventh street to let off some passengers, and just started on down the hill toward the city. Th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

tfi THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, PEBRUART 23, 1889. 3 r V ME ISAU6DRAL PARADE. .The Konto to bo rollowcd A. Forecast or tlio Monster Tarnoat In Washington, jtlnrcb 4. Captain John Campbell, of the Depart ment of Internal Affairs in jiarrisourff, nas been intrusted to lay out and make a map of the route which is to be followed by the parade on next inaugural day at "Washing ton. He completed his task a few days ago, and the route to be followed runs in this direc tion: The parade will form In front of the Capitol and start f roin First street, E. From there the column will march in front of the Capitol, turn around the right wins and then go up Pennsyl vania avenue. The Treasury huildinc will be passed at Fifteenth street, then it will continue and pass the White House along Pennsylvania avenue as far as Washington Circle. At that place a countermarch will ba made and the pa rade will now co alonfr K street to Mount V er non square, wherceveryhodywill be dismissed. The route is ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

.T IEEE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, :FEBRTJARY 33, 1889; KS- t f The Sunday OF The Diepatch Will contain the last installment of Joaquin Miller's striking serial, THE BURIED RIYER. This will be followed by The Lily nf Rnctinn, An exciting Romance of Old Days in the Bay St. Louis, BY Maurice Thompson. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 184a Vol. , No, 16. Entered ai rittsbnrg l'ost- ofiice, November M, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and PablishinsHause 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street This paper having inoro than Double tho tii-culntion of any olhcr In the fctalo outside of Philadelphia, lt advantages as an ndver lUIng medium will be apparent. TEEMS OF THE D1SPATCIL rOSTACE TT5EZ IX THE ITnTEO STATES. Daily Dispatch One Year. I BOO Daily DisrATCn, l'er Quarter Spa J) aii.t UtsrATcn, OncMonth ,u Daily DisrATcn, including oanday, one Tear. 1000 Daily Dispatch, including bandar, per Quarter. ISO Jiaily DisrATCii, including bunday. on month K Eokcay Dis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

r - THE 'PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, PEBRIJABY 23, 1889, 5 IV iJ $- F0ETI-TH1SD ACTUAL KEPOET Or the Connccllcnt Menial Iilfo Insurance Coinimny. To tuc Members: Excepting a loss which -was fullv made known immediately- on discovery, the year 1SSS has been one of great prosperity. In every direction the company experiences a steady increase in sire and strength, with a decreasing ratio of expenses; so that while it becomes thereby increasingly attractive to new insurers, it is also increasingly valua ble to its older members; its new business being secured on such terms as to make it an advantage and not an expense to them. OPERATIONS FOB 1SSS. la As the company received: For premiums SM38.2S5 S2 For interest and rents. 2.SS7.180 61 Total receipts S7.423.475 96 During the year it paid out: For claims by deatu at.d matured endow ments $3,(33,732 04 Surplus returned to policy holders. 1,100367 77 lapsed anJ surren dered policies 53,228 52 , Total paid, policy holders...... S5.3S5.S1...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY " 23, 188V 6 MONSTERTURN OUT, Nearly 20,000 "Persons in the Pittsburg Parade, and Myr iads to Look at Them. THE HERO'S BIG BIRTHDAY Is Celebrated as Tt Kerer Was Before in All This Section. TWO FKOCEBSIOXS TIE IS SPIESDOE. The Cnthollc Societies of rittborci Alle gheny sod All the Surrounding Country Get Tosctlier, Nearly 10,000 SMrong They Monopolize tlie Forenoon AmerU enn Mechanic, In nt Least Equal Num ber, Follow Them Incident of the Day, With a GlanceattheCrowdn and Whence They Came. Either of Pittsburg's two monster parades yesterday would have done honor to any holiday. They were both great They vied with each other in appearance, patriotism end numbers. Each was therefore the bigger and better because of the other. If a little rivalry might have a similar' effect upon all parades, and go no timber, it would always be a desirable quality. Of the crowds that came out on the bright and beautiluiday, it may be said that they were larg...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

WANTS MEASE. Director Smith Tells a Few Facts Auout Glasscock. , SOME UXFAIB TBEATMEKT. The Western Pennsylvania League to be Organized. EXCITING GUK SHOOTING CONTESTS. American Ball Players' Reception Mil the City of Home. GENERAL SPOETIXG SEWS OP THE DAI Mr. A. T. Smith, one of the directors of the Wheeling Basehall Club, was in the city yesterday. He is very well informed on basehall matters and is an intimate friend of Jack Glasscock, the famous sjiortstop of the Indianapolis club. Glasscock's home is at Wheeling, and Mr. Smith has had many conversations with him recently re garding his trouble with the Indianapolis club. During a conversation witli tho writer yesterday Mr. Smith said: "Glasscock has made a definite demand for his release. The officials of the Indianapolis club have treated him very ungenerously and unfairly. He is smarting under the sense of the injustice done him. and I am persuaded that he means what be says. He tells me that he does not mean to sin for a cen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

t 8 IE IS fTMTED, Wolfe is a Dangerous Ally for the Temperance People, and He Will CAST HIS LITTLE BALLOT, But Will Do Ko Active Work for the Constitutional Amendment. THE SENTIMENT IN TITE COUNTIES. Huntingdon, Jnninta, Mifflin nod Union Counties for ProhtbittonSnydcrAcalnst Pennsylvania Dutch and Germnn Americnns Want Their Beer Opposed to Sumptuary Lnws In Any Form A Temperance Town nt Niebt Street De scried and Everybody In lied nt 9 O'clock Temperance People Who Consider the Amendment Too Radical. The Constitutional amendment is popular in the Juniata Valley. Union, Mifflin, Juniata and Huntingdon counties arc all promised tor majorities by the Pro hibitionists. The saloon interest in all of them is very small. Snyder county, however, with a strong array of Butch farmers, will give a majority against the amendment. Hon. Charles S. Wolfe, late Prohibitionists' candidate for Governor, will not engage actively in the campaign, Although a supporter of the amendment. ITCOX OCE SPECI...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

SECOND PART. . L- SOW FIRST ASERIES OF SHOET STORIES By J. Marsden Sutcliffe, ENTITLED THE R03I1N0E OF M ItfSURMCE OFFICE, -Beixo Passages ik theExpesiekce op Jin. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEBBEF. Formerly General Manager to the "Universal Insurance Company. ALL EIGHTS ' The Strange Disappearance of Mr. Const-am. UL Before the news of the strange disappear ance of Mr. Constam found its way into the public prints rumors of the mysterious oc currence reached the Universal, and Mr. Doggett was at once instructed to institute the most searching inquiries into the affair. Only one premium had been paid on the policy on Mr. Constants life, and the Universal stood to lose heavily in the event of his death. True, the loss would he shared by several other offices who had been joined -with us in the undertaking, but as the lion's share of the loss wonld fall to us, we deemed it necessary to take every pre caution against any possible attempt at fraud. It is not an uncommon circumstance for men to fly...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

10 THE- -PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1889. P The following applications for Eetail License to sell vinous, spirituous, malt or brewed liquors, or any admixture thereof at the several places desig nated below, will be heard by the Court of .Quar ter Sessions of Allegheny county, commencing on MONDAY, MABCH 18, 1889, at 9:30 o'clock, A. M., and continuing from time to time in accord ance with rules of Court, etc., beginning with the First ward, Pittsburg, and continuing in order as published: PITTSBURG. First Ward. Name of Applicant. Place Where License is Applied For. Present Residence. Aberaathy, Samuel.. ..No: 46 Second avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Becker, Jacob No. 26 Fourth avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Bobingcr, Charles No. 43 Fourth avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Boley.SamuelC No. 31, 82 and 33 Diamond square lstward. Pittsburg Bach, J. H. E No. 22 Penn avenue 1st ward, Pittsburg Carson, Alex No. S5 and 90 Third avenue lft ward, Pittsburg Conn, Henry B No. 200 Market street 1...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889. 11 Isamo of Applicant Place Where License la Applied For. Present Residence. O'Donnell, 'William....No. 75 Perrysville avenue 2d ward, AHeEheny Bitter. P. J Jfo. 217 Federal street 12th ward. Alleeheny Rhodes, Robt. I Corner of Ohio and "West Diamond 2d ward, Alleeheny Schneider, Max! Nos. 171 and 173 Federal street 2d ward. Allegheny Smith. Joseph No. 1S9 Federal street 2d ward, Allegheny Volbrechti Fred No. S Irwin avenue 2d ward, Allegheny Third "Ward. Bayer, John No. 23 Ohio streot. 3d ward, Allctrheny Bayer! Nicholas No. 161 Madison avenue 8d ward, Alleeheny Bcilstein, William os. 261 and 263 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Breitlauch.J. C No. 153 Ohio street 3d ward. Allegheny Buhl, Christian No. 275 Ohio street 3d ward. Allegheny Binder Joseph No. 143 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Coppes! Henry. No. 191 Ohio street 3d ward, Allegheny Campbell, Robert No. 57 Ohio street 3d ward. Allegheny Doepke, Fred No. 11 Middle street 3...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 23 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 1889. 12 BONDS OF WEDLOCK. The Troubles Arising From the Want of Uniform and Consistent LAWS OH MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE Discussed From Humanitarian and Lejjal Standpoints. SOUTH CAEOLIKA'S PKODDEST BOAST nVHITTEN TOE THE DISrXTCH.1 Perhaps there is no better illustration of the conflict that exists, and which has raged for years between cnurch and State, than the different laws of the several States of the Union which regulate marriage and divorce. The law of God, as recorded in the gospels of the evangelists, is in direct opposition to the law of the land. I witnessed a very apparent illustration of this fact a few years ago in Chicago. It was a bill of divorce that came up for hear ing before one of the circuit judges. I think it was before Judge Barnum. The defendant pleaded in his answer that the marriage had not been celebrated at the al leged time and place set forth in the bill: and the certificate of the celebrant was ad mitted in e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

MblfcB W'lKiW FORTY-FOURTH YEAR. PITTSBURG, " StJNDA'T, FEBRUAHY 24 1889. nm& ?NTS , -, ""v s- " " "" ' 7" f 'DOUBLE NUMBER. " ' SIXTEEN 4VU :'. rr IE FICKLE GODDESS Surrounded at Her Monte Carlo Shrine by the Usual Swarm of Devotees. ALES IS A ROYAL LOSER, Dropping $3,000 a Day Without Even Turning a Feather. A PHILADELPHIA BO KNOW THE WINKER Some of the Scenes Monaco Witnessed Nearly Dally Daring the Season Nu merous Important Personages Tiring to Ken-air Tliclr Depleted Exchequers Carnot's Cabinet a Success so Far as it Goes The Queen's Drawing Room to be a MclnncuolT-Jolly Sort of .Affair A Grist of Gossip Abont Nobles and Notables. A foreign correspondent of The Dis patch spent three dys of last week at' the great gambling resort of Europe and the xrorld Monte Carlo and cables an account of what he saw there. A number of high rollers are there, throwing away their for tunes. The Carnot Cabinet is not a failure just yet. The Queen's drawing room is to be -a somber-looking af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

I- ALL READ! FOR BEH President Roberts' Car Taken to Indianapolis BY THE TRUSTED PORTER. Kow for tlie Fast Run to Washing ton in a Splendid Coach SUPPLIED "WITH EVERY COMFORT. A Famous Cook Tells His Experiences With Other Presidents, GARFIELD, AETHUE AND CLEYULAND. Through the kindness of Adolphus Drury, the porter in charge, the reporters last night had the pleasure of inspecting the interior of the car that will be occupied by General Harrison and his party in their trip from Indianapolis to Washington. It is the private car of President Boberts, and has been completely refitted on the in side and painted on the outside at the Altoona shops. Like all the private cars of the Pennsylvania officials, its exterior is plain enough and the interior is not gorgeous, but comfortable and luxurious. "This is not a flashy car, you see," said Porter Drury. "It is intended for President Boberts, and he uses it constantly. It lacks nothing, however, to make a man feel happy and at home." The c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,, SUNDAY, -PEBRTTAKY 24, ' 1889. xSi 'J?ii. A'NEWFEEELlfiRART e Carnegie Gift to Braddock to be ft. Utilized Tnis Week'. ... . . W SKETCH OP THE KICE EDIFICE yTHat Cost Its Generous Donor in the Heign ; torhood of $100,000. ALL EEADI ON THE LDICATOE TLA3J ' JIht handsome new Carnegie Free Library, injBraddock, of which an excellent sketch is published herewith, will be opened to the . public as soon as the "tabbing" is done probably this week. There will be no special service of dedication. The citizens of Braddock have much to be grateful for in tbis gift from Mr. Carnegie, as in this elegant building they can, without cost, obtain works that will enlighten them on almost any subject. The first in stallment of books, about 1,200 wilumes, arrJTed January 15, and and the remainder have since come to hand. All the best illustrated papers on the Con tinent, such as Puck, Judge, Life and the Graphic, will be kept on file for the lovers of this kind of literature....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

i,-r W" V wl '- ' rS'rx-T7C ;-rTk ' . . v .?- THE' PITTSBURG- r DISPATCH,--' SUNDAY? PEBRTTARYr"24; -"1689; ' -to ,V'i & I I ije Bt&m. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY S, 1SJ6. Vol. 41, No. 17. -Entered at Pittsburg Post teBice, November 11. 1SS7, at second-class matter. Business Office 07 andG9 Fifth Avenue. News Rooms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Tliis paper bavins more than Double the circulation of nny other In Ilio State outside of Philadelphia, it advantages as an adver tising medium will be apparent. TEU1US OF TIIE DISPATCH. rOETACI FTiEI IX THE CKITED STATES. DAK.V DisrATCII, One Tear. f 800 'DAILY DisrATCII, 1'er Quarter 200 Daily DisrATcn. One Month B Daily DurATCH, Including Bandar, one rear DAILY DISl'ATCU. Including Sunday, per quarter. 250 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one month. - SO El'xday DisrATCII, one year. - 150 Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 23 The Daily DisrATCU Is delivered by carriers at 15ccnts per week, or including thebundaycdltloaj at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

RBF " ' '' "' THE PITTSBURGH DISPATCH; v-SUl!n3AT"EBKTJART1889. -"" ' ' ' TpVV "r" ' " . ' -'W ; 5 " ('-OPERATIVE PLANS. Tho Building Association of the Fu ture to Insure Life and i . -. . . . . . . x H tborlzea these corporations to insure tba lires . ineffectual Drotest. is still abroad if DOSsi- NEW ADYERTISEMEKTH. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MEW ADVERTISEMENTS.- .',-;- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS -J. ' of tbeso Investors, and in case of tneir death to '.. ,. il: , ' AiV,n,, " - . , ' -' "" "T3B apnlvtue insurance money to the liauidation ble, more rapacious than erer. And now, , . V nronoses that alter iyiuk uuriuuut nearly IWO aecaues. ma - . ji , , m, - . . 4 . .B t (T ttt r " nnoTni! uniirixu Pinnr hvb&vk ihs a o : 406 and 408 Wood St. Jsllr'HPi ItSw JR mi irn tut New Goods! New Goods! ' : 1 J I . -w-a t an.wji v r iiHSr PROTECT LENDER AND BORROWER. The East Adopting the Plan and the Leg islation on the Subject. IT FAILED IN PITTSBURG IEAES AGO iwumiar fob the msrxTcn.1 In a crcvious chap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

THE PITTSBUKG- - DISPATCH, SUNDAY, I'EBRTTARY 24, 1889. A REVIEWOFSPOIITS OpinionBcgardingftewPliases of the Decker Case. EEMAEKS ON THE LEAGUE. It is Much Like an Old-Fashioned Trades Union. GOSSIP ABOUT THE LOCAL CLUB. Comment Concerning Dempsey, Eilraln, McCaffrey and Others GEJTEEAL SPOETING KKTVS OP THE DAT There has been nothing during the week more interesting to a large number of people than the new ieatures ot the Decker case. If indications are anything like a safe guide it vould seem safe to say that there will be highly interesting phasesot thecase in ques tion before it ends. When Mr. Decker com menced his suit probably he nor anybody else thought that the great question would be: What is the League? On a matter of principle Mr. Decker wanted his money, that is, that part of his salary for which he contracted with the League; beg pardon, with President If. E. Young, and which part is yet unpaid. To get that money was the great object of Mr. Decker and his attor ney, Mr....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

u ir IS The German Government Will Try to Avoid All Trouble in Samoa Unless AMERICAIS UNREASONABLE. The Eight to Punish Mataafa is Still Insisted Upon, However. EFFECT OP THE TROUBLE IN FKA5CE. Bismarck Believes That Boulauger Will EvcntoallT Asoumo ilie Reins ofl'owcr Socialists Are Making; Trouble for the Berlin Authorities BIc Gans to Use in Civilizing Africa The New Cabinet Issnes no Address to the Senate and Chnmber of Deputies A Prospect for Boast Missionary in Zanzibar. At a diplomatic dinner Prince Bismarck expressed the wish to avoid all colonial troubles. He said that imprudent consuls had violated their instructions, and that they did not know how to treat natives. The idea of annexing Samoa is treated with ridicule, but it is asserted that Mataafa must be punished. The Emperor is both ered by ear trouble once more. The new French Cabinet has issued an address. tCOPTIUOHTZD, 1SS9, 8V THK XEW YORK ASSOCI ATED PBESS.1 Berlin, February 23. Diplomatic and' ministerial dinners...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 24 February 1889

J-W? rw- r I "8 AS UTTER COLLAPSE. Parnell's Friends as Well as Enemies Unable to Recover From THE EFFECT OF PIGOTT'S FIASCO. Tories Knocked All of a Heap, And the Home Eiders Yerj Happy, but UNAWARE OF THE FULL ULUE OF IT. The Grand Old M" Eetnrns to Enjland Eren Grander Than When He Lett. The Pigott fiasco ia the Timet case against Parnell has knocked the Tories silly. It is stated that should a general election occur in England to-day the home rule peo ple would sweep the platter clean. The profits of the late Thunderer have been greatly reduced. Parnell's friends seem as much dazed as his enemies b'y the sudden ness of the blow which has befallen the prosecutors in the case before the com mission. BT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. LoxDOjf, February 23. Copyright The comical state of mental depression which just now characterizes the Tory ranks is highly gratifying to the good. From the beginning the Tory confidence in the al leged Parnell letters has been unbounded, ior Tories don't rea...

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