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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 August 1893

GATHERED Mr HOE Personal, Social and Business Events Locally Important. ROTES FROI THE MADDING THRONG. A 1.r1.l at 1.c.-lp. Illi. of |a, i „n* I «n, i, <lairmrm> la trill r I If*, News Ileal* Ueaerally. G. M. McKinney left on Tuesday for Seattle on business W. II Kershaw and bride have re turned to the city. Rnadmaster Chris Scow, of thia diviaion, haa gone to the World* fair. The Misses Rnee and Mt Cary are so journing at the Soda Springs. Mr*. S. O. Morford returned last even ing from a viait to Hot Springe. Horn— To the wife ot George Wilson, North Yakima, August 14, a girl. William Ker returned on Wedneadaj from a business trip to Sound points. Auditor Myron II t'.llis returned to day from a business visit to Tacoma. K. M. Reed returned this morninv from a several-daya' sojourn on the Sound Mrs. G. It Jacobs left on Friday for an extended visit with relatives in lowa ■ Capt. Fred 11. Reed returned thismorn ing from a business trip to the Sound cities. W. Mocklev, a civil e...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 August 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. Robert Macaire. Charles Interrupted ber, crying: "If I spoke to her at all, it waa only because yon mads me angry by your civility to that great lout Francois." "1 don't know why you should call him a 'lontr lam sure be is very genti) to me always." "Well, don't let ns quarrel abont him. Clementine, only tell me yon like me well enough to give me leave to ask yonr father's consent to our marriage, and there won't M a happier or a pronder tnan in all France. Speak, dear Clemen tins. Yon know bow much I love yon and know my father wishes for no tlaugh- j ter but you." ■Well. Charles. I do like yon very ■ much, and perhaps after a time—a long time, yon know—we might—get—mar ried." "And I may tell your father now. may | InotT "Well. yes. since you are so persistent !" And ao it was all settled, and there was much rejoicing when on their ar rival at the inn Charles told what bud happened and made his request. "With all ray heart, tnon garcon," aaid Oermenil "I have lon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 August 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSION A I. CA IM. (SAMUEL STORROW, CIVIL ENGINEER, U.K. DEPUTY MISERAI.SIRVEYOU o«r«wlth Fred R Reed A to , |.tidier Block. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ##"'ilTi.'.' over Yakima National Bauk, North Ynkima. Will practice Id all the courts of the n'ateand V. S. land office*. I V il. I. NILHOY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. fl^Wlll praetlre In all fount «l the State. Niterla) atteatlon riven to all I. S. land olltce business. North Vaklms. Wub, WHITSON APARKER' ">»» whitsob \ \ i rain tiimrii ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tWttt',,;, in First National Ilauk !iiilldin«. g_ 0. MORFORD, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courta In th. State. Especial attention to Collection.. Office up atalrs. Ysk litiH National Hank Bulldlnf. rp M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National Bank. Special at tendon Ktvi'ti to l-and Ofllco business. cavage a Mccormick, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office up stairs in the K.xliclman Bnildlne. Yak ima a wini.*. Dr. Mccormick's residence Is at Mi office wher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 August 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. lannß mr*mt thihidai. 12.00 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. JkfartHit tit* I m» lffGatm. W. W. WATSO*. I JAB. R. COt, Iditor I limine*. Manager Official Paper of North Yakima. Ho*. Etna Meeker, having visited Chicago and examined Washington's ex hibits critically, takes the commissioners to task in a vigorous way lor bad man agement, reck lew* expenditure ol fundt and fruitiest effort at practical results. He charges them with extravagance and grots dereliction. Whether or tot Mr. Meeker's an ima.) versions are wholly wor thy ol credence ia a very serious question, although no one who knows the commis •loneta' critic doubts his ability to judge well aa to the character of the exhibits and the manner in which they are lieing handled. It cannot be expected, how ever, that the business of this great state at the Colombian exposition could be transacted without an occasional min take; bat if errors hsve been as numer ous and gross aa charged, the people of thla commonwealth, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 August 1893

GATHERED ABODI' HOME. Personal, Social aad Basiaess Events Locally Important. ROTES FROM THE BUDDING THRONG. A *:*-* ml fiaaalp, Blla al fa. I an* fancy, linrmnu. l„ Active life, %<-«»• luni. Uenerally Mrs. It. 11. Milroy left to-day for Olympia. Pleas. Pounds and family left for out ing on the Nile yesterday. J. J. Carpenter bas sold his clothing store to his brother, J. H. Carpenter. Trout are not being very numerously * caught in the streams hereabouts these days. ••ii»iit II I). Rowland, of Tacoma, was iv the city on land office business ou Saturday. John Sawbridge is msking many ini proveme .la iv the interior of his store on tbe avenue. Charley Langcrt, the jolly wholesale liquor dealer of Tacoma, was in Yakima on Tuesday. Hon. K. W. Benson left on Tuesday evening for a hurried busiueus visit to the Sound cities. Several carloads of watermelons were shipped to the Sound from this city dur ing tbe week. Miss Elba Henderson is visiting with the Misses I'atton at the Patton ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 24 August 1893

Robert Macaire. Oermenil got tip and waited np and down a couple of times in silence; then approaching Dumont he said: "Is this relative of yours in whose honse yonr own child died still living?" "No, no," was tbe answer, "deed this tosen years." "Ah!" said Oermenil, drawing a long breath, "I. see no reason why the mar riage ehduld not take place." "I knew it! I knew HI I knew yotu good heart, neighbor, and felt sure of what yonr answer would be. But it ia not every one who wonld act as yon are doing." "Well, mon ami, we will keep the se cret between ourselves on account of ihe prejudices of others who don't think ns we do, bat in my eyes Charles will al ways be the wortnjr son of my old friend; so come; let ns talk about the contrat." As they turned toward the door Clem entine ran ont, pulling Charles by the hand, who looked anxiously toward his father. "Well, lad," said Dumont, "another time you will have more confidence in vonr old father." Charles turned aa pale as death and sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 August 1893

VOL. V. PROFESSION 11. CA RDS. JOHN A. lIUOVVN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ttaaestablliiheil a law oilii i> In tbe Bihelman building. Will trrvtiee lv all rourla ol the »tate JJ_ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. JW^Offlce on* Vaklina National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tbe eutirtsot the -tale aud O. x. laud uffieea KEAVIS A MII.ROY, t'■ »• «»»'• U.I. HII.BOY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. XV-Will nineties In all Court! of the stale special attention given to all V. 8. land oltlee Lli-lnc-.. North Yakima, Waxli. WIHTSON& PARKER! ""•"> whitsou i FHEt) I'OiKIH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HT"Oinre lv First Natloual Bank RiilMltif. g_ O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In all Courta In the State. Kppeelal attention tn r,.l!.'.licni.. llffiee up italni. Yak luia National Hank HnlldlUK. »P M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Flret National nnnk. Bperial at tention given to I ini'i Oitlue huiiiucsi. nSO MILLKK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OrnrE WITH 11. J. KNIVKLY. I niti'il Slatis l.uitl IHlirr PradiM a Spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 August 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IMI HD CVI.IIV Till ItkDAl. |i.03 PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE, llrtrthiii; r.ilm l'|»r 4pplknlmi. W. W. WAlsnv. I j.ts II (OK, KJltor. 1 business llanatrer Oicial Paper of North Yalima. nn: Tirnoßv am- his covsjn. The clevernefs which characterized the robbery of Kuan. Chappell A Cox's safe la«t week has provoked a diecttsaioo of theprestrn-e in our city of au nn usual nnmber of Ibe smooth-fingered gentry mid tbe urgency of employing some iffoctivel means lor their summary - expulsion. Wheiberor not tbe detectives who are looking into the recent robliery have spottetl any of Ihe local tinhorns is none of our business just now. but no re would go far oat of his way to deny that there sre those among the locsl drnbliers of the velvet nicked ami bold enough to do such n thing. Th* gsnihler ol »hat ever character, from the amnasked gold bug of Wall street lotiiepi r cent crap-shot In the back alley of Slabtown, Is a bad element any w here. He jiossesses none of the qualitie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 August 1893

GATHERED ABODP HOME. Personal, Social tad Easiness Events Locally Important. ROTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. A 1..1.1 of tlMalp, Illi. «| » B , t „ „,t »«»M. Mr,.. <».„i. in 4rllvr l.llr, Ur ill nt Papular Hprrnlaiiaa ana Mews Items ..en. rail] Matt Itartholet returned on Tuesday Irom his mountain trip. W. N. tiranirer and wile, ol Zillah, wera in the city on Sunday. tl. A. Itailey returned Sunday fmm'a business trip to Walla Walla. Mrs. Dr. Koarer and son returned on Saturday Irom a visit to the World's fair. Mrs. ticorge i .r,ilium and daughter left on Tuesday for the Yakima soda sprnga. Men's hand sewed shoes fi> now fH, and <•'• shoes now *l, at Schott liros. ::itf E. A. Brown returned on Tuesday from i visit to the World's fair and Iriends in the east. Chief Wolf, the wealthy leader of the Nei Pcrces, is in our city this week on business. C. P. Wilcox and family leave to-night for Minnesota, the World's fair and other eastern points. Walter Scott, of the lumber firm of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 August 1893

Robert Macaire. ICOHTIWPICP! CHAPTER XL *!» CSFOUBKEX DELAY. Meanwhile things had been progress ing merrily indoors. M. Dumont at tbe bead of tbe table, with his son and future daughter-in-law at his right and left band and M. Oermenil facing him. bad pressed bis good fare on bis guests witb hearty country hospitality and tbey had done justice to It in a way that delighted the old cuisiniere. Margot. wbo was as much a part of Les Bons Amis as tbe walla themselves and who had insisted oo carrying one or two of the principal dishes herself, setting them dovra before her master with a "Votla!" full or mean ing, which seemed to say. "Beat that if you can." while her complacent smile showed she wraa sure of her position ss the best cook in al) the country round. Tbe good wine circulated freely—health* were drunk and old stories retold, and full of high good humor and content tba adjourned U) the red damask salon to witntss the signing of the contract Here, however, an unexpected hitch re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 September 1893

VOL. V. I'ROf'ESSIOSAI. CA MM. JOHN A. liKUVVN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, llaiewtablithM a law .-is.i- In the K«helmfln bulldinr. H 111 nnrtli-r In all ruuru ol thenute. TT J. SNIVEI.Y, ATTORNEY AT LAW. M omrr ovrr Yakima Sallnnal Bank. North V»Tlm. Will i.raetire lv all tha >-nurtaol the state anil t'. M. laud office*. ]{KAVIS A MIUtOY, IttSSi ATTORNEYS AT LAW. tW* HI practice In all Court* n( the mat* -jumlk! attputlnn jrlv«n In all V. 8. land office buniuena North Yakima, V\ a-h IIITBON A I'AKKEK| ;j*» r *J E T 1[ lJ >" ATTORNEYS AT LAW n^-Ufflcc In Flrnt National Bank Rulldlug. g O. MOKFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'riu li. i" In all Cniirtu In ttaa Plate. Kwrtal uttfntiou to Collection*, office up Btalre. Yak- Imi Nalloual Hauk. HiilMina*. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Klrat National Uank. Speiial at- Usntlnu Klvcu lo Laud Dffice bualurix. |?REr> MII.LKR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office »it» H. J. snivulv. I n,i. .1 St.it.x Laid Office Prartitt a Specialty. TKA H. KRXTTZ, ATTORNEY A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 September 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. mr«D Fvim Tniioim. $2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Mtirtniic fate* Ipi Asjlintin. W.W.WATSON. I JAB. R <-01, Editor I Pmldcw Winwr Oicial Paper of North Yakima. THE SIS DAY PROBLEM. Every problem of intrinsic merit upon the proper solution of which resi««ctable classes in the community «re seriously divided ii worthy of careful, candid and sincere hhHmlm Without the priv ilege of free upeech and the aid of a free ' preet in such matters, the disposition made of such ([iiestions is just as likely to be in accord with tbe vulgar whim of the barbarian ac in consonaace with the conscientious desire of tbe representatives of good moral* and a juM law. Such agencies are always practically useful in the adjustment of community differences, bnt they should be employed with can dor, prrfdence and a well-defined honesty of purpose. The peopled North Yakima arc to day divided upon a question of more thai, passing importance—divided not so much on the justice and wisdom of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 September 1893

PAGE SIX. Robert Macaire. ICON I ... ill! Rmnnnil calculated that, considering parly cunntry hours and the f.iti ,-i.fn,j ba»y day they h»d ha 1 the household wuttltl lie fit-it aolirp by 11 o'clock, ami that at 12 o'clock at latest tin v Mgfel H be able to tarry out their pIMMtiIMHiC which would (five them a good six hours ■tart before M. Uermenil would be likely to discover bia loss, to siiy nothing of the time it would take to communicate with the gendarmes and the tini- tb.it would be wasted deciding in which direction the search should be pursue:l. "But." Kill Bertraml. "supposing thM M. liennenil were to awaken, .a, I seeing stranger* in his room were to call for help Wil would be tmppt'd thin." "Bah!" said the other, ■•you are tin betant wuh yonr imaginary difficulties! He won't WHketi up!" 'How can yon answer for that?" sanl Bertraml. "He won't awuki n. 1 tell you," said Retnoud tn H savage kNM MM with the same look in his eyes urn when hi* compin ion hail spoken M leaving h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 September 1893

PAGE FIVE. "GRIMES"DA VIS'RIDE A BOLD NIGHT MARCH THROUGH THC ENEMY'S LINES ———— ■aw tIM eatsa Cavalry B>ea|>*4 Trot*. W.siwsll Jaehsam'sClotelimat Harper's Ferry— A Deed Warthr at Farnxt— Th« •aery af a r«rtieiput. (Ooprricht, IMS, by American Press Associa tion. Book rlsiiu reserved.] T IS not only dis heartening bat most distressing to soldiers to find themselves sur rounded by an ac tive enemy, all hope of fighting gone, and no alter native bat to sur render as prisoners of war. Most men prefer fighting to surrendering If there is a shadow of a chance to get out, bnt the deci sion is - Mm ii left to the voice of the very ones who will suffer most if It comes to > forlorn battle. Stonewnll Jackson surrounded tbe Colon post at Harper's Ferry on Sept. IS, 1862. He bed 80,000 men. The pinifton of Hftrper's Ferry numbtred over 13,(T0. The /position Is low ground on a neck of land 1 formed by Junction cf tbe Fhennndonh and Potomac rivers and l.i surrounded at close range by n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 September 1893

GATHERED ABOUT HOME Personal, Social and Business Events Locally Important. IOTES FROM THE MADDING THRONG. A <lilil ol «....,Ip. Bid ol >m. < a ,,d »«««■». "i«"nnm> la MM i.ifc. Drill at l-npuiar » P re ulatiaa an* KIWI lUu C.n.rrill,. M. V. B. Stacy lain the citytoday. 3. I. Banks, of Ellensburgh, was in the city to-day. Agent Erwin, of Kort Simcoe, was in the city yesterday. A son of T. D. Delaney, of Prosser, died od Tuesday of diphtheria. Miss Suitor, of Martin, ia visiting Mrs. John Donald, of this city. Miss Sarah Donald, who has been quite ill for some time, ia improving. Senator Sergeant, of Buckley, was in town on Monday on business. Official business called Marshal Liggett to Ellensburgh on Wednesday. Miss Frances Dunning returned to-day from • visit in the Sound cities. Born—To the wife of John S. Bachelor, this city, September 6, 1893, a son. Born—On the sth inst., to the wife ol A. Maunders, of this city, a daughter. Major Lynch, formerly Indian agent at For...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 September 1893

MATTER FOfi TIE MISSES ißtenstlflg Information Relating to Cirrtat Erents. POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS AND GENERAL. • '•■«•■•»* New* Iron the llurr) - las; World «k«ut I « l-repm-rd far Tkm «kt ftea« Aa They ■■■ •Hacell.ne.u. tinner. The normal and public schools opened in Ellensburgb oo Monday last. The whale that recently drifted ashore in Pacific county was 986 years old, weighed fifty-seven tons and was worth 110,985. Reports from the storm-stricken dis tricts in South Carolina increase in hor ror. Fully 1000 lives were lost, and the living are begging for bread. Complaint is made concerning the van ton destruction of fine trees in the nat ional park on Mt. Tacoma Effort will be made to apprehend and punish future offenders. Asiatic cholera in Jersey City, New Jersey, has caused the authorities to quarantine the place. Iv presence in virulent form has created much contu sion In that section of the east. E. W. Dugan has started a paper at Tekoa called Tht Torpedo. Ihigan will be with it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 September 1893

VOL. V. PROFKS.SIOSA I. CA KDS. JOHN A.BKOWN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lUp- .■•mlrli-K. <t a Uw offlrp la the K*i.*-1 i»i*n tnill.llM* « .1! itiili. v In allconruot ihmutr. JJ J. SNIVKLY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. »sK-'>ffi"' over Vaklma Nallnual Rank. S.irlh Vaklina. Will pmrtler In all (>■« ijiimi "f thr -t&tr and V. a, land offices. |{KAVIS .V MII.KOY. |;«;V^"t ATTORNEYS AT LAW. #a»-«i" !■"»''"- '" ■" '"'"'" •■' "" State. =pv<lal attrntliin KlvMi to (II IV H. land ofnoe l.ualneu). North Yakima. Waih. W hiTßonapakkkb; •K»«s«jf« ATTORNEYS AT LAW eaa^nmrc In Klr.t N«tlon«l Bask Buil.llug. <^ O. MORFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. l"id. !;•••■ in all Court! in the Stale. K»|K-ci«l • it'UM.m |o Collectloin. office up «t«lm. Yak lm« National Bank RuU'linic 'p M. VANCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Flmt National Rank, imperial at •• iti.in given to I and Office banlneas. I^KKD KtXUOt, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ortll I WITH 11. J. HNIVBLY. llitrd Stal.s l.md (tllicr Prartirt a Sprrialli. |RA M. KHUTZ, AT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 September 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. (••* E» rVF.BI TRIRIDII. 12.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. ftfariHil lain CpM Isflmim. W. W.ITATHOie, I JAS. B COt* Editor. I Bmlmm \Un«)ror FRANK DICKION, g-licltor and Collector. Official Paper of North Yalina. DESTRUCTION OF BUTSH When the senate, on the Ist inst., took up the borne bill to repeal the silver-pur chase clause of toe Sherman law, with the Voorheea gold-bog bill as a substitute. Senator Vance, of North Carolina, one of minority members of the finance commit tee, in a telling speech In opposition to the bill, devoted much time and argu ment to showing the inconsistencies of the friends of repeal, both departing from the bimetallic declarations of both old parties' national platform*. He quoted from these, commenting in an Ironical strain on the way in which pledges were being fulfilled. He said the; seem to think the only way to maintain parity between gold and silver was to first strike silver a death blow. Unconditional repeal would be a death blow, f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 September 1893

GREAT SPEAi^ j^AO CONTEST. SAVE THE TAGS. Om Hundrid and Seventy-Three Thousand Taj Bundled and Fifty Dollars, $173,250.00 In valuable Present* i j be Given Away in Return for SPEAR HEAD TAGS. 1,166 STEM WINDING Fl.niN OOU> WATTBBI IM.WOOO 6!7T6 fine IMP«'RTFr> riMsi it op! im ci /Mrs, mouo<<xi iiodv, 1 BLACK ENAMEL TRIMMINffI- XI •.!• \<!Kk|. ACHROMATIC... »,«7S 00 23.100 IMPORTEH GERMAN :: ■ ■ ■ • il INM.r, Kuril III.ADED 1 PtHKKT KNl\K> «,!«)(» 116,600 R'IIXKI) (iii.n v ATI :'. CUM IIUfABT TKUMCOtI TtKITII 116,600 LAIlfiE PJCTTRKS Usaitti ' :• ! : .■:-. I N t(»i olis.for fnimlnf, 261,030 PRIIII, AMOUNTING TO $173.200 00 Th* above artlclra will fwdl t.il \' i 1.;.-. raMitiflf i/partlea who ohew SPEAR lIEAK I'lug Tobai'i-n, an.l f turn I. r. : TIJi 1 ACM I ' Hit icfrum. W* will dlitribute aaei.f Hmk prl ■ • • • i v. s i.illows: To THE PARTY Bf n.11i.,: usiu n 1 m...,)> i i.iitHKAD TAUHfrom «hl» cimi'i.i » :f\,v 1 GOLD WATCH. To the FIVE PARTIEM senili',-'i. ,;,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 September 1893

NEW FANCY WORK. HONITON BRAID USED IN DECORAT ING LINEN NEEDLEWORK. Maw Urn r»t I-ae. Braids. Adding to tha Drawing R*oa> In Making Pretty Dal llaa for Lvaekeans, Teas and Maay Ar ticles Wklck Moat Women Like. It so seldom happens that there is any thing really new in the nature of needle* work that it gives one a thrill of pleasure to discover that some enterprising soul has hit upon a genuine novelty, ami that with it some excellent things ran be done, says the New York Herald. The combination of the hnnilnn lace braids with feather stitching, nrrow heads, brier stitching, the longand short embroidery stitches and the like seems very simple, and one is naturally sur prised that it has not been used before, but the fact remains that it is the nov elty of the moment, and pieces of the work can be had at most of the fancy goods bazaars now that arc started suf ficiently to show the designs, and by which one. can finish them at home. The specimens which first met my rye were far fr...

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