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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 October 1891

VOLUME I,XXXII.--]S TO. 54. LEGALLY SEPARATED. Decision Rendered in the Famous Pratt Divorce Suit. rODGE ELLSWORTH DECIDES IN FA VOR OF THE WIFE. Jmpoi-tnnt Ruling in a Comstock Min ing Cnse— Xorthorn and Coast Coun ties Visited by Rain—The Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union Con vention Selects Officers and State Organizers and Adjourns. la! 1o the Rf.cord-Uxtox. Oakland, Ocfc 22.—Judge Ellsworth to-day granted a divorce to Mrs. George "F. Pratt, on the grounds of cruelty. This Is the ease in which Pratt charged his wife with adultery, naming L. lv. BromweU, 'resident of the California insurance Company, and one of Oakland's most prominent citizens, as co-respondent. Nearly two years ago Pratt, who was in ". Jromwell's employ, shot and severely wounded Bromwell for alleged adultery With Mrs. Pratt. Pratt \7as acquitted on the charge of tho shooting, and some j lime alter commenced suit against his » for divorce. Mrs. Pratt instituted a counter suit, charging cruelty. The case I ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 October 1891

2 DATLY RECORD-UNION ISSUED BY THE SA6RAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Ojpoe, Third Street, between J and K. THB^DAILY RECORD-UNION, For ono year §6 00 rorsixmontlis v : 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers sorved by Carriers at Fifteen Cents, par -week In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Perlodioul liealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, la the cheapest and most desirable Home, Vfc-Wfe and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Cqast. The Weekly Union per year $1 50 *&■ These publications are sent either by Mall or Express to agents or sinple subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postofflce at Sacramento as ■econd-clase matter. The .Record- union ana Weekly Jivioff are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dispatches from all fO/tta of the world. Outside of San Fran cisco, they have no comp...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 October 1891

WATER AND PUMPS. The Holly Company Makes a Proposi tion to the City. The Terms are Fair Enongb, but the Goods Not Equal to tho Demand— Time Enough to Act. The Holly Manufacturing Company, through its San Francisco agent, has made a proposition to the city to furnish a ii.w pump for the Water Works. The proposition is to erect one of its "hori zontal compound condensing crank and flywheel pumps," with a capacity of six million gallons daily, for the sum of S-'iT, --000. Tho agent calls attention to the fact that it now costs the city $14,000 a year for fuel with which to run the two pumps now in use, and he guarantees that the now pump shall turnish live million gallons daily with one-half the fuel that will bo required for the two old pumps to yield tho same number of gallons. If the new pump does this, then tho company will ask the city to pay only $7,000 a year on the purchase price, until tho full amount ($87,000) shall be paid. Thus the city would according to the company's plan...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 October 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Satkamknto, October 22d. FRTTTT—Tyomons-Sicily, fB@B 50 ? »>ox: California, ?5 50®6 50; Limes, $:> f case,slll loo; Bananas, $2 50@3 ft bunch for [wand; Oocoanuts, £7<§i^: Mexican Oranges, ivX* 4 60 %» box; Pineapples, <;<> a ate eaflta each. §7 u<>/.on; Peaches, 4O#oOc V- box; | Nectarines, 75c@fl f box: I'iums, s<)c<«a |] !2~> "f i.ox: Bartlett IVais,§lt<<>l 25jkboi; Applea, .">(»(«■: 5c f* box for urcen,ami 75c@?l lor Red. CANNED GOODS—Assorted Table. $1 Gsf4> 1 75; Apples, $1 60: Aortcota.fi 50; Black lKTries, $1 ?s<"il V 5; Cherries, SI 96@2 3s; Currants, $2 -^5; Gooseberries, Si 80i l 80; Muscat Grapes, §1 40f«.l 50; Plums B §l 40; Quinces, $1 75: Strawberries, f2 50. BKEAPSTUFFS—FIour, $5 25 '$ bbl; Oat meal, 104b siu-ks, 3%e f b; 93 85 '•* 100-ft Mi' ks: OornmeaL white, #3 V 10-tb sa;-ks; yel low, $2 60? ~'s-ft> sacks; Cracked WueaLf3 10-ib sacks: $2 75 t* 100-!b sacks; Hominy, $3 75 • 1(»...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 October 1891

IT IS SORELY NEEDED. City Physician Nichols Talks on the Ambulance Question. Sacramento Behind tho Times, and Bcinc luaushed At—The Deadly Express Wagon Condemned. • "What is being done with reference to establishing au ambulance service in Sacramento?" asked a Record-Union reporter of City Physician C. B. Nichols yesterday. "Absolutely nothing so far as I can learn," said the doctor, with an air of despondency. "It is a shame and a disgrace, too," he continued. "Sacramento should have been equipped with one of these systems years ago. But it appears that even the old adage of 'BETTER LATE THAU NEVER* Does not work here. We are too far be hind the times. Eastern people who come out hero and see us bouncing the sick and injured over the cobbles in rickety express "wagons laugh at us and call us heathens, brutes, etc. I don't blame them, either. It is nothing short of criminal negligence on the part of the city government, and 1 heartily concur with Chief of Police Drew and Captain Le...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 23 October 1891

6 XECRETARY BLAINE. His Health Much Improved l\v Ills Summer's Pert. lio«TON, Oct. 22.—Secretary Blainc was met this morning at Young's Hotel, and in the course of conversation he re- j narked that he enjoyed more than four j months' absolute rest, something he had not had for many a long year before. He said it was nearly one month alter reach ing Bar Harbor before he began to real :he improvement in his health, but that from then on the gain had been greater than he could have hoped for. "However," he added, "I suppose somo of the worthy correspondents will keep up the old story of exhausted nature and shattered constitution. My appetite is vigorous, almost inconveniently so. Now, there 18 nothing so exhaustive to the average man as travel. Well, I have j done a great deal of that during my time, and this summer I did none and found that rest from that alone was highly ben eficial." Mr. Uiaine spoke of the political situa tion in New York, Massachusetts and Ohio, and seemed confid...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.--KO. 55. SEARLES WILL CONTEST. The Testimony of Edward F. Searles Concluded. GENERAL HUBBARD PLACED ON THE WITNESS-STAND. ; i'Jiood Indians and Canadian Mounted Police Engage in a Battle Near the International Boundary Lino Be tween Montana and Canada, Re uniting In tho Killing of One Police man and Two Indians and Several Wounded. (special to the Rkcord-Untott. Sai.em (Mm,), Oct. 23.—At the open ing of the Searles -will case this morning, Lincoln recalled Searles. The -witness Ified that at Mrs. Hopkins' request he .list called In Mr. Stillman to look up Baoaritfea in October, ISS7. Witness tes ■i to a visit of Stillman to Methuen "xforo the last will was made. Mrs. JScarles stated that she wished to leavo all '.icy property to witness, and would pro- Vide for Timothy in her life-time. In < :t<o anything happened to her she was ■filling to leave matters in witness' hands. She knew witness would be :noro generous to Timothy than she would. Witness testified that...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

2 DAILY REGOBP-UNIOH ISSUED BY THE SACRAMITO PUBLISHING COMPANY Offloe, Third Street, between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year ?6 00 For six months 3 00 For three months 1 60 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week In all interior cities and towns tne paper <mn be bail of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, J« the cheapest and most desirable Home, yews and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Weekly Union per year §1 50 «jr These publications arc Bent cither by Mail or Express to agents or single subscribers, ■with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cinc coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacrament© as second-class matter. Weather Forecast. Forecast till 8 p. M. Saturday: For North ern California—Fair weather, but with fog and clouds along tin; OQMt and fog preoi] Na tion in the northwest portion; cooler along the coast. COST UNDER TIIF. NEW ELEC TIO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

REPUBLICAN DELEGATES. A Convention Next Tuesday to Nomi nate School Directors. Tho City Central Committee Recog nizes tho Changes in the Election Law—Barnes of Delegates. The Republican City Central Commit loe held a meeting last evening at the J^tate Printing Olhce, in the Capitol, for Ibe purpose of arranging for the coining I it ion for School Superintendent and School Directors. The meeting was well attended and • 'very thing passed off smoothly. After some talk with reference to tho new requirements of the election law, tobort T. Devlin offered a resolution, to the effect that it would be advisable, un <i< r tho recent amendments to the law, to i all a convention and make nominations instead of the committee making them. It \vj»s then decided to issue a call for a < onvention of delegates, to be held at the «'ourthouse Tuesday evening, October '. rth, at which nominations shall be made :or Superintendent, and one School Di rector from each ward, four in all. Che select...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

4 BACKWOODS BELLES. Domestic Scene in a Lakeport Household. What Ilappened When tlie "Uecord- Unlon'' Arrived—"The Jed«;e" "With "Amanda Hlsglns" in His Arms— "I.ldy" was the Causo of the Dollcate Dilemma — Comments on "P. P." Special Correspondence of REC(mr>-Uxro:sr.] The Jedge had thest cum ova' to state thet it -vvus his wishes, an' likewise his desires, I shud be his quiinpniiyun to chucb la*' evenin', an' I hed thes .signer fide my exceptions of his desires, an' we wns a conwersin', an' the Jedge he was a inlorrnin' me as how I hed rowtid '•»'. C." and had drove her outcn the ilel. An he said, I wus beiu' prated an' glorifide, an' made a hero\t-wine; "an you disserve it too Mistuis Higgins, fur you hey ganed a vicfiy fur the bullarks uv s'ciety. It are a proverb, ole an' true, Mistuis Higgius, as 'the ]>en is miteer'n the soard,' an' you hey squlsh'd 'C. C un her pen,'' an lie shuk my han waumly, an congrashellated me on my success. I hed thes replide, that when I went o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

A TENDERFOOT'S EXPERIENCE. Wild Goose Shooting in the Sacra mento Valley, •'Parson" Tells tlie Readers of "Ont ine" How It Is Done—Dakota Shooting Not In It. Commencing life in my youth in a game country, and having an indulgent fjther, who early placed in my hands ft good gun, I soon learned to despise all other boyish pursuits and pastimes in comparison with roaming the prairies of Illinois and the wooded hills of Wiscon sin with gun and dog. The passion for t hooting has therefore never deserted me, and to-day, in middle-life, the tule marshes or stubble-field, the mountain > tream or brushy point, where lurk the trout or deer, the tangled gulch or canyon jesounding with the call of the jaunty »'alifornia quail, or the ground lining the banks of some slow-moving stream, where squat and hide the English snipe, have many times more charm and fasci nation for me than the crowded routes of tome fashionablo seaside resort or the roar and bustle of a city's street. After years speut...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

6 MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. The Amusements in the Great American Metropolis. Wliat Can Be Seen at the Theaters In Now York-Oddities of "Dr. Bill"— Joseph Uaworth's Career—General Stago Notes. A. P. Dunlop, writing from New York under date of October 17th, says: '"Still "Waters Run Deep' was revived by the Kendalls at the Star on Monday. It is a comedy which young theater-goers know nothing about, but which older ones re member and liked as a pretty, placid little p ly of domestic life. It is one of those ■vt'O' obvious plays, utterly devoid of t ilety, which had a vogue before in t tactual audiences began to prefer that a dramatist should leave something to their perceptions, and not explain every move < i motive in plain words, like a lesson in a primer. Its story is slight, as it tells only of ■ scoundrel's scheme to entice a wife into a liaison and the husband into a fraudulent business venture, and it had across («f its own, although the Ken « la did not fall into it to maintain t...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

WAKEMAN'S WANDERINGS. Something About the Children of the British Nobility. The Discipline Invoked to Give Them Good Health, Good Manners, Good Habits and Good Morals ia Severe and Tireless—Spoiled by Subsequent Idle and Effortless Lives. [Special Correspondence of the Record- Vnjon. Copyright. 1891.1 Loxi»on, October 33, 1891. During a number of years' travel in England, Ireland and Scotland I have often been situated so that observation was both proper pnd possible on the man ner in which children of the nobility are reared, and have personally found ex ceeding interest in understanding more and more the details of their everyday life. We have some incorrect impres sions regarding the subject. A certain class of literature is responsible for this. Generally speaking, it conveys the idea that British lordlings are a pampered brood, living in a fairy land of jewels, sweets, flowers and frills. This .is uol true, so far as I have been able to observe. Their regime, uutil they take th...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 24 October 1891

8 EASTERN TURF TOPICS. N'tVF.RAT, IIOIWEB LOWER THEIR RJBCOBD6 AT INDKPENDENCE. Monbars Fails in His Attempt to Beat Arion's Time—Other Rac ing Events. Special to the Rncor.n-UxioN. Independence (la.), Oct. 23.—The 2:20 trot and 2:20 pace, started to-day, were both left unfinished. The principal events v ere the specials, tho most noteworthy 1 < ing Robert Rysdick going against his mark of 2:14. lie cast a shoe and bruised his hoof, but nevertheless made his mile in 2:1.;}. Sphinx, by Electioneer, went a.rainst his mark of 2:23, and made 2:21. '1 be two-year-old Belle Onward went in 2:2.'j. Governor Merriam's pole team, J. B. S. and Eli, went to beat 2:20, and made 2t21. Among other noteworthy performances •were: Trego, to beat 2:25,, made 2:21; \ Fleetwood, to beat ;i:()i>, trotted in 2:.! li; to beat 2:36, Mark 11. trotted in 2:2T>if; to beat 2:40, Cashier trotted in 2:"4; to beat . Liberty trotted in -•.-'■*; to beat 2:.J7, Juliana trotted in 2:30; to beat 2^B, Jack <...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 October 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.--JSO. 56. FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. Two Freight Trains in Collision on the Canadian Pacific. TWO PASSENGERS KILLED AND ANOTHER BADLY MANGLED. » Valuable Lumber Mill Near Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz County, Burned —A Thirty-Thousand-Dollar Firo at JRodlands—Safe-Crackers Ply Their Vocations "With Success at Seattle— Tho First Vessel of tho New Atlan tic and Pacific Steamship Lino Ar rives Safely at San Diego. Ur*»o lal to the Rf.cortvUnion. Vanc.ivkr (B. C), Oct. 25.—The Ca nadian Pacific freight train due hero jj/esterday noon, did not arrive until mid light, owing to an accident between 5 fly and Brandon. Tho east-bound freight train was pulling onto a side rack, when tho west-bound freight, v nning twenty-five miles an hour, came in sight. The engineer of the west jound train reversed his engine, but • xrald not stop it, being on a down-grade The engine dashed into the caboose of the oast-bound train, which was yet on the rack. Six passengers in the caboose jumped. W. J...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 October 1891

2 PAILYJECORD-UNIQN ISSUED BY THE SACRAMENTO FOBLISHM COMPANY Office, Third Street, bet-ween J and K. THETDAILY RECORD-UNION, For one yea)-..., $6 00 W_ll_nohthl _ 300 For €hree monQiE 1 60 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents per week In all interior cities and towns the paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, S.xthe cheapest and most desirable Home, tffows and Literary Journal published on the rfc_l__ Coast. Tho Weekly Union per year 91 60 «_r These publications are sent either by Wall or Express to agentsorslnglesubscriDers, "With charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as Second-class matter. « The Record-union ana Weekly C-Uqn arc the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated JVc.. dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San Fran xrisco, they have no competitors eithe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 October 1891

GIVE AND TAKE. Sacramento and Oakland Each Capture a Ba!l Game. The Afternoon Game Played in a Dense Fog—Tho Country Ends Do the Best Work, and Win, San Francisco, Oct. 25.—The Oakland team won the game this morning irom Sacramento at Emeryville by a score of 7to 2. Borchers pitched a strong game for Oakland, but Hoilman was bit hard by Oakland. The afternoon game in this city was played in a dense fog, and bad an excit ing finish, Sacramento winning by a _ooreof7 to .. Edward O'Neil was in tbo box for tbe Oaklar.ds. Tbe game was full of magnificent fielding. Scores: MORNING <;.\ •:::. _ACB_____rro. a.h. k. it.n.s.n. r.o. a. JL Ward. 3d !; :; O O O 2 1 2 Goodeuough, c. _ 4 o o O 4 o o Hassamer, a. a 4 o l o l 7 0 Spies, o 3 1 0 O l o l McGulrk, Ist b 4 120700 McHale, r. f. SO 10 10 0 Reitz,2db 3 0 10 6 2 0 Roberts, 1. 1 3 0 o o 1 o 0 Hoffman, p 3 0 10 0 0 0 Totals 30 2 6 023 10 3 '■ \ki.ajsd. A.n. B. r..!i. s.n. j\o. a. k. Shea, 8.., 5 12 10 10 Carroll, Ist b 5 0 0 0 7 10 Power, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 October 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. Sa< kamf.xto, October 24th. FBTJlT—Lemons—Sicily, *s•■ -s 50 » >>'>x: California, $."• 50_ 6 50; Limes, $"> i _a_e,fl * IOO; Bananas. $2 50<_3_l bunch for Island; Ooooanuts, 37@s: Mexican Oranges, Si_> 4 50 bo..i I'mea'ipUs, 60 cents caen each, §7 V doeen; Peaches, 40@60c & box; Nectarines, 750®5l ~tf box; Plums, 50c@ $1 2"> fibox; Bartlett Pears, Sl@l 25* box; Apples, 50@75c fl box for Green, and 7oc _)?1 ior Red. < A :-.'N KB <_ >t)l'S-Assorted Table. $1 65_> 1 76; Apples, fl 60: ADriootS,fl 50; Black berries, $1 75.il Cherries, Sl 95@2 35; Currants, 52 2b; Gooseberries, ?1 80(£1 9'); Grapes, $1 10.71 su; Plums, §1 40; Quinces. $1 75; Strawberries, f 2 50. KRtABSTUFFS— Flour, S5 25 %l bhl; Oat meal, lO* sacks, 3>_c •« lt>: S3 25 V 100-lb sacks; Oornmeal, white, f 3 \\ 10-lb sacks; y.-i --10w,f2 no. 25-ft> sacks; Cracked Wheat. f3 v lo4bsaeks; §2 75 - f >. 100-tb sacks; Hominy, ¥3 7o ':• 10-i sacks...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 October 1891

EXECUTIVE PARDONS. Governor Markham Adopts a New Plan Therefor. He Thinks a Pardon Should Not bo Granted Unless It Meets the Prison Directors' Approval. Governor Markham proposes to adopt a new plan for hearing applications for pardons. According to Private Secretary Higgins, the Governor thinks that tho pardoning action by the Executive should be more open and public than in tho past. He believes the people ought to know, if they desire to, all that is going on when efforts are being made to secure pardons, and what pressure is being brought to bear by the applicant: also what the hitter's reasons arc for asking a pardon, and the circumstances connected with his arrest and trial. To this end Governor Markham pro poses to inaugurate an entirely different plan from the present one. lie will lirst receive all applications and carefully ex amine each ono, to familiarize himself with the details of the crime lor which the convict is serving sentence. Jl he deems the judgment of the cour...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 October 1891

6 DOWN AND OUT. A C'ouplo of Glove Fights on Saturday Night Last. There were two glove lights nt the Comique on Saturday night. The first was between a whilo youth w ho sails un der tho high-sounding name of "Young Sullivan," and the colored light-weight ■logger, "Happy Joe." Sullivan was tlio bigger of the two, and he put on so much style in the first round that everybody pitied little Joe, who was thought to bo not in it. He soon dis covered, however, that he had a "pud ding," and had the big fellow groggy in three rounds. Sullivan managed to stay in tho ring, however, until the sixth, When, after re ceiving a bang on the jaw, he lay down and remained on the lloor until counted out. It was a clear case of fake, al though Sullivan evidently had no show to v. in. Sappy Joe then offered to tight Jerry Haley, who had previously challenged him, and as they could not agree about a deposit he offered to light Haley then and there lor fun. Jerry said he didn't fight for fun, and walked of...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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