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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i gAMUEL STORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 8. DEPUTY MISERALSURVEYOR. Office with Fred R. Reed A Co . Dudley Block. J£ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /raw-oni. c over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all the i-ourtsof the State and U. s land office,. REAVIB A MILROY, IS&BSK ATTORNEYS AT LAW. gMfVfin practice In all courts of the State. Special attention given to all IT. 8. land office bustneaa. North Yakima, Wash. WHITBON A PARKER) '"» wbitsom I rainraaKaa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. > CaaF* Office in First National Bank Building, g O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Courts in the State. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stain. Yak- Ima National Bank Building. rj M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National Bank. Special at tention given to Land Office business. g > C. HEKTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collections and Notary work. Office over Yakima Nationa...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1893

TBE TAillA HERALD. imeettm btkmv thi mhda t. •2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. kittriititi lata l>i lptfiatta. E. M. Rico. Editor and Boainea* Manager CONSOLIDATING LAND OFFICES. One of tbe bouts of Congressman John L. Wilson, who claims credit for every thing done in congress which he thinks would prove beneficial to him, or which would swell the pompons little bump that Is perched on top of kin spindle frame, is that he was instrumental in re ducing tbe appropriation for land offices In this state through which the number of land offices must be cot down from seven to four. Why he should see any glory in this move, which will cause embarrass ment and hardship to thousands of toil ing settlers, is past finding out, bat the evil has been done and now it is obliga tory upon the secretary of the interior to consolidate tbe district land offices before June 30, 1893, so as to bring the cost and maintenence of the offices within the appropriation. The land-offices are now located at Se at...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1893

THE LOCAL NEWS BUDGET. Interesting Items of Revs from Yakima and Its Suburbs. litis ..I a.ossij,. lacts, lamlra, Per sonals, and -„ Iln«i«. -fort,.- ul Paragraph, of Every In i.' Minimi. Ths Hatch Hont-e, at Zillnh. will serve Sunnyside grown straw berries on Snndav. A. M. Crandall, late of ruyallup, is planting lv acres in Urn Sunnyside to sweet potatoes. The firemen will give a dance ot Ma son's ojiera house Saturday, June 3, for the benefit of the <i. A. It. and Sons of Veterans encampment. During the four and a half months that 8. C. Ilentoti has lieen city justice be has turned over $570 into the city treaaury in the way of fines and fees. A Bchlndeltr, the Second streetijweler, received a new safe on Saturday last, weighing 3,500 pounds. He expects to receive his goods and be rcf.dy to ot en In a few days. Clarence E. Cline arrived here from Seattle on Monday for a short visit wilh his brother, Fred Cline, of the First Na tional batik. Mr. Cline is on his nay to Chicago nnd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1893

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS. The City Clerk and Treasurer Make a Very Favorable snowing. The 111) I n <l< hlediii ss 11, Cures! Over tasaar llisaaanit .Vullnra Maare the lirsl of at (lie Ire*. east trasr. The following is (he financial statement of the City Clerk for May 12th, 1803: PKnrr uvi.incis. Funding bonds . $ 3 1,000.00 Sewer bonds b),600.n«) \V. L Steinweg,city MM t, i ah on hand 8,641.30 Special water, light and power fund. 38.00 $98 083.-20 CREDIT BAi.iscns. (jenrral municipal fund ... $1,116.23 Road and bridge fund 2,071-UO Special i-enietcn fund 39.57 Special park fund 29.^'7 Sewe.-age construction fund ft, 158.10 $ 8,414.17 Hills payable 80,269.09 $08,683.20 WARRANTS ISSI Ell SINCE JAN. 1, 1803. General fund $ 5,012.99 Road and bridge fund 833.24 Special cemetery fund 254.00 Sewer exp-nse fund interest coupons 1,800.00 $ 8,502.23 Wittiin REDEEMEU. General fund . . . $ 10,283.41 Special water, light and power fund. 3,283.00 Sewer expense fund 1,800.00 Road and brfdge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1893

TfIIMMIJERALD. rKIKSUAY MAY 2.\ UM For Additional Local See Sopplement HERALDINGS. Mrs. Alonzo Riggs, of Ellensburgh, is visiting relatives in this city. Prosecuting Attorney Jerry Rochford returned Tuesdsy from a brief trip to ths Sound. C. W. Engdstil, of Sumner, hss sold 120 seres of land on the Nstchees to If. M. Lamberson for $2,000. On Weelnesdsy H. C. Humphrey pre sented his wife with s horse, harness snd phaeton—a very complete and handsome outfit. J. M. Ogle returned from a flying visit to the Sound on Wednesday. He reports a heavy frost st Puyallup the previous night. Mr. snd Mrs. P. A. O'Fsrrell. oi Tsco ma, arrived in the city Wednesdsy even ing and are the guests of Mr. snd Mrs. Fred R. Reed. Mrs. Joseph Test arrived from Port land, Tueaday, for a week's visit with her son, Henry Teal, assistant cashier of the First National bank. Owing to the continued ill health of ' Judge C. B. Uraves the June term of court in Yakima will probably be presid ed over by Judge Humes, ot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 25 May 1893

I lULMI» MILT FOl FRF MLLIKK. Hemaarkaible «rhleseaseast at ass OkMSN financial Ssrslrss lis Texas. From South Texas came a man who built 600 miles of railroad with a |S bill and faith, and the bill was a borrowed one. He moved up from Corpus Christi to San Antonio with all his possessions heaped up on a two-wheeled cart. He got a charter to build a railroad from San Antonio to Arkansas Pass. He graded a mile of it, throwing a good deal more than one shovel of dirt with his own hands. The receiver of soother road loaned this indefatigable bailder enough old rails for a mile of track. Ia a distant pari of the state was purchased aa engine which had been condemned six years be fore and sent to the shops to be wrecked (or scrap iron. Two old Mbl were picked np somewhere at a bargain. And that old engine, drawing those old cars, steamed into San Antonio. On engine and cars in bold lettering was psinted in lamp-black, "8. snd A. P." with one mile of old rail track and with the equip ment...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1893

=^ The V akima Herald, VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gAMUEL BTORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, y. 8. DEPUTY MINERALBURVEYOR. Office with Fre.l R. Reed A Co , Dudley Block. J£ J SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. jrajr-Dftlce orer Yakima National Bank, North Vsklius Will practice In all the courts ol tbe Btste and V. n. lead omen ftEAVIB A MILROY. | *»•»»«» ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ry»ill practice In all courts o! the State. Special attention siren to all I' H. land office business. North Yakiina, Wash. WHITBON A PARKER} tmmm waiTsoa i raso riaaaa ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ca^OAc* In Hirst National Bank Building. g O. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in all Courts in tbe State. Kapeclal attention to Collections. Office «p stairs. Yak ima National Bank Building. r£ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office orer First National Bank. Special at tention given to Land Office business. C C. HENTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special atteutlon given collections and Notary work. Office over Yakima Na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1893

THE YAIIMA HERALD. • SII KO EVERY raiMßif. •200 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. .W*rrti«ißi lata I »■ A»liratiti. E.M.Rasp, E litorand Business Manager AUSTRALIA'S RABRIT PLAGUE. In l*i2 an English resident of Victoria imported several pairs of common rab bits from his own country and set to work breeding them in the Interests of Australian sportsmanship in, frntada sod scqiiainiaiii-es applauded hia public spirit, and the people of the colony re garded him as a public benefactor. Aa his slock of the rabbits increased, fre quent requests for a pair or two came to him from all parts of the country. In a thort time several doicnt of Australian sportsmen were enlisted in the good cause of replenishing in this manner Australia's failing supply of game. They met with such pre-eminent success that within twelve years rabbits had become so nu merous as to be universally regard .1 as a public nuisance. The custom grew up among the farmers and sheep owners of organising rabbit drives, and a common re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1893

THE MIMA HERALD VJ^<iVZ NIX. DORISANDL 97 JOHI E, BTAJETOEIX CHAPTER I What ire mid la of nn nccnunt here. There was evil in front of ns and much aching of hearts and suffering. But the throstle sang in the sycamore tree, and the swallows curved and twittered all about us, and iv the rich amber light we could see all was fair and food. Then our eyes would meet and we thought not of evil, Doris and 1. We ■poke little, our hearts being very full and words mere idleness. Doris looked out again to the west, leaning her head against me and taking my hand as it twined over her shoulder. We were in the orchard by the old green wicket, where a month ago, tie fore tbe blossoms had burst their bulbs, she had allowed me to tell her an old tale and had said one word of her o-vn to give it finish. And as the throstle •ang his love song ami the sun sank to his bed behind the hills 1 thought of then and now, and my head lowered and 1 kissed her forehead gently. Then Doris sighed as if a spell w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1893

THE YAKIMA BEBALD. THURSDAY IsTM t. asp* IMIJKD linn ihiiimhi. »2.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Advertising Kales ['pin Applicatiu. E. M. Rskd. Editor and limine* • Manager Official Paper of North Yakima. COLORING OF WALLS. Bow la Make the Rooms Most Attractive and rieaaasot. It ia slowly dawning upon the deco ratively inclined woman that the funda menial law of household beauty does not relate to carpets, hangings, chairs or cab inets, bnt to the coloring of the walls. Vain are fine rurjs and etchings of ex quisite scenes, vain are shelves of curios and divans with cushions of inviting contour, if the walls be of the largo flow ered variety or resemble an ancient patch work quilt in the number of Watt with which they are covered. There are a few general principles. •ays The Decorator nnd Furnisher, in accordance with which the walls of a room may be treated so as to produco an artistic result. The chief factors in de ciding the color aro tlie size of tho room and the amount of light it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1893

THE YAIMA HERALD. THI'RMDAY, » JISK I. I« 1 Official Paper of North Yatima. HERALDINGS. The Davidson block, at Kllenahurgh. ass sold last week for *•">-,Ohi. Henry I/imhard, of this cily, was reu l-tered at the Washington hmdqaattan • at thf Woilil's fair M.iv *.»H I'r. Noblette, ol IsMt .Siiu ue, has l,e< v reappointeil reservation physician after s civil service examinstion. J. P. HcCafferty left for C'orvallis, Ore gon, Monday evening on receipt of a tele gram that bis mother was dying. Connections are being made for the aater motor which is to furnish the power for running The Hkrii.ii presses. Married, at North Yakima. May 29, at the residence of the bride's psrents. Thorn as E. Griffiths to Miss Hattic st Myers. A. K. Iliscock and Kobert McCook, who haves large hop ranch on the Moxee, have gone to California to study the snli ject of growing hops in all of its details. Fred Miller will apply for admission to the bar at the term of court which con- venes here on June 5. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 1 June 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY. .. JINK 1, MM Itsiin BVEstV TRIMMT. ♦2.00 PKR ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. AtlTcrtwiig ttiat I ■?•» Jppliatin. E. M. R»d, Editor and Business Manager Olcial Paper of North Yaßia. UAL ESTATE TRASSFELS. Reported for the Herald by J. J. Tyler, abstract*! The following are the real estate trans fers for the week ending May 25, 1893: Lacy J. Goodwin to ti. E. Dean, lota 1. 2, U. 12, 13, 14, a and 24. Goodwin's s acre tracts, $10. Lucy J. Goodwin to ti. E. Dean, lot* 6, 16, 17, 18, 19, 2.1, 21, 22, 25, 20. 29, 31,32, 33, 34, 3(1. 3:» an.l 40, (iootlwin's 5-acre tracts, fl. 8. E. Dean to M. Nowak, lots M and 30, Goodwin's 5-acre tracts, $1,000. G. W. Carey to V. T. Gervais, lot 10, bio -k 3.', Schanno's addition, |30 A. C. Gervais to Emma A. Gervais, frac of sec 7, tp 12, n r 111, l-TiO. State of Washington to G. J. Gervais, block 3 and 4, haulier's addition, $2.10. State of Washington io G. J. Gervais, lot 3, block 18, Schanno's addition. $1.37. State of Washington to G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1893

h^: The Yakima Herald. vol. v. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gAMUEL STORBOW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Ofßcewltb Fred X Reed* Co., Dudley Block. XT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. jtjjja-omre over Yakima National Bank, North Takltaa. Will practice In all th* •-oorts ol lb* ■UM and U. t. laud olßres. RSAVIB * MILROY, | t.VV.tVo'r ATTORNEYS AT LAW. «a»"-Wlll practice In all Conns ol tbe State. special attention fivea lo all U. 8. laud offlce business. North Taklma, Wash. -yyHITSON 4 PARKER j ffgSMgflP' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. (Br-Offlce In First National Hank Building g O. MORFORD, * ATTORNEY AT LAW. ' rraetica* la all Courts In the Mate. Especial attention to Collections. Offlce ap stairs. Yak ima National Bank Bulletins r£ M VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Pint National Bank. Special at tention given to Land Offlce business g^ C. HENTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collections and Notary work. Office orer Yakima National Bauk...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1893

TUB YAKIMA HMD. lIMItt IVIRI Till KHBAI. $200 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. AJnrtisiii lata tpi A^ltatiM. E. M. Rggo, Editor and Business Manager Olcial Paper of North Yatlaa. What happens in Australia to-morrow may be printed and read in this country to-day. That is where the telegraph gets ahead of the sun in the matter of rapid transit. The benefits nf good newspapers in helping to restore public confidence and guide business into wholesome channels has been well exemplified in the cities ol Tacoma and Spokane. They deserve the support and commendation of the people. The supreme court has sustained the appointments of the state land commis sioners in the case in which the attorney genera! is respondent, and refuses to go back of the enrolled act, on the ground of public policy and convenience, main taining that when an appointment is made uuder a legislative act that is fair on its face the attorney general must ap prove bonds which are financially satis factory. The anti-cigarette law ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1893

TBE MIA HERALD. rm hsihy. .. -'I'Nr*. «. i*.i Official Paper of North Yataa. ~ PAGE NIX. The Coonfjerfeif Coin Alice's identification. tin- girl should be detained and no time lost in extracting from her a confession as to the persons whose tool she undoubt edly was. We accordingly repaired to gether to my office, where we found her patiently waiting. In answer to my questions Bhe repented her story with much apparent frankness, until 1 nuked the name of the lierson to whom she hail offered tho coin. After some hesitation she named a very respectable pawn broker in C street, to whom, ns well as to the police oflice, a messenger was immediately dispatched. .Mr. Forceps soon came, and we re ceived him in another apartment. His answers to the inquiries we made com plelely confirmed our suspicious. Such a coin as ire showed him (the counter feil) had lieen offered to him on the pre vious Saturday night by a young worn an, nnd on being confronted with our prisoner—for such we now conside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1893

MEMORIAL DAY ADDRESS. The Sm of a Galliot Father Is tbe Orator on Decoration Day. Aa Able address llrlls rrrd b) K. U. - nilrsty Mefasre a Large 4udi saes aa May SO, IS9S, at Ist' Opera Haase. Veteran* of th* Union! Vellem Citi *em The day of ibe sword is fsst pass lug away. To-day nations resort to war only when all other means of preserving peace have failed. War brings out tbe best and worst Fasaioas of man; the noblest and basest, t builds up nations, it preserves them. and it destroys Ihem. It is the greatest theme of Ihe poet, tbe orator and tbe historian. Wars arc just aud they are unjust. Wars of conquest are always unjust. Wars of rebellion may be just and tbey may be unjust. Wars for tbe principles of ngbt and eternal justice are always just, and there is no g auder Meld for human action than in warfare for right and justice. In ancient, mediaeval and until recent modern times, wa* waa the pastime of monsrehs. tbe opportunity of ambition and the strength of tyranny. Peace ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. THURSDAY .JINKS. ISH HERALDINGS. Ladies try our $2.50 flat Dongola shoe at Schott Bros. 20-tf Endless variety of Oxford and tennis shoe* at Schott Bros. 20-tf Rev. fl. 11. Cbeadle has invested in a bicycle which he received this week from St. Louis. The town of Zillsh now boasts ot a doctor. He ia a recent arrival from Puyallup. N. 11. Lillie and wife returned on Sat urday last from Chicago greatly pleased with the fair. Lost—A black Russian leather pocket book containing, among other things, one fifty dollar bill. Finder will be re warded on returning same to William Ker, North Yakima. Arthur Coffin A Bros, opened their new general store this week and the activity witb which their delivery wagon geta over the streets indicates a brisk Inaug uration of business. Fred Mehler has taken out a saloon license and will occupy the old Me- Olothlin house, on Front street, which he will remodel, renovate and furnish to meet the requirements of the business A C. Gervais is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 June 1893

TUB TAHIA HERALD. THtJBSDAY. ... JlltgS. ISM Official Paper of North Tatiia. IMt!K» KVKMV THI HSDAY. ♦203 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. A4rerti«.isg Raff, |> n Appliratisn. E. M. Hied. E litorand Business Manager WAR TO THE DEATH. THE SEVENTH IOWA IN THE BATTLES OF THE WEBT. The Running Fight at llrlmont — r.tarj Second Man shot Down and Every Third Man OU Waw Killed—shlloh, Corlatb and Lay's Terry. Georgia. (Copyright. IBW, bw Amsrlrsn Preaa Aaaocbv - ~ '*" reserved.) r>\VA poured ont ier firs* terrible lole ot loyal blood to garnish the iword of Grant. A aktrmlaher of Company II of ths Seventh lowa, in.mil John C. Temple, waa ths lnt man killed at Selmont, Grant's Srst battle for ths Union. A band of 100 young and en busiaatlc country toys from tbe ex treme northern md tha I'Wtrvtnr _ outhern and ths . i__»V v- « .l into A regiment, marched behind the man of destiny to that field. A soldier's burial to T4 of tbem. wounds and pain to 127 and captivity or an unknown fate to 49 were t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1893

~ The V akima Herald. VOL. V. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. gVMUKL STOKUOVV, CIVIL ENGINEER, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERALSIRVEYOR Office witb Fred R Keed A Co , Dudley Block. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. f*V~' »;ll« c over Yakima National Bank, North VstiniH Will practice In all tba'ourtsol tbe State and ['. H. land offices. ftEAVIS A MILROY, ft**™ ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C^-wlll practice in ell Courts of tbe State. S|M'ilal attentlou *lven to all U. 8. laud office business. North Yakima. VYaab. ypmwm A PARKER j *S,ammT ATTORNEYS AT LAW. CVOIBcc In First National Bank Building. go. notion, 'attorney at law. Practices In all Conns In tbe State. Especial attention to Collections. Office up stairs. Yak ima National Bank Building. *£ M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office orer First National Bank. Special at tention given to laud Office business. g C. HENTON, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. Special attention given collections and Notary work. Office over Yakima National llauk. gAVAGE &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 June 1893

THE YAM HERALD. ism i; U i:vi:hy t tit itsuw. ♦ VMM ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Mrertiriag kata Cp«i »ppliatr»i. E. M. Rbbo, Editor and Business Manager Oicial Paper of lirfk Yatiia. WOMEN AS ECONOMISTS. The ability of women to save money ia doubted by some skeptics of the other sex. Their disposition ia supposed to be in the direction ol spending rather than saving, and perhaps some of the harsher critics ■peak from unpleasant experience. Wo man ia by nature endowed with a love of pretty things, not for personal adornment alone, but also for the beautifying of her borne. An attractive gown, a "love of a hat" or a sparkling jewel will not neces sarily bring more joy to her heart than a set of handsome curtains, a hearth rug of becoming pattern, a comfortable chair, a bit of china or glass for her table, a picture for her walls or a flowering plant. Tied down to ncr home by her duties it is a pleasure to her to surround herself aa far as she can with the things wbich she seas and admires in h...

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