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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

THE YAMi HERALD. rHUKHDAY DKCKMRER 19, ir« HERALDINGS. M. 9. Will* left Sunday for Oregon. Smallpox has matte its appearance »t Walls Walla. E. M. Reed spent the week on th« Sound. Rev. V. (iarran.l left for Seattle this afternoon. Cloe Parker has enteretl a suit for di vt.r f against Harlie F. I'arkor. Hon. 11. J. Suively is at Olympia in attendance on the supreme court. Paymaster Wallace Mount was in the city Monday and paid oil' E company. Fourte°n foreigners were admitted to citizenship in Yakima county iliirin„ --1892. The firemen's ball Saturday evening netted about $26 for the IC. of P. grand lodge fund. Key. Ruins Chase, formerly pastor of St. Nii-holas church, has accepted a call from Olympla. Representative A. B. Weed spent tho legislative recess at home returning to Olympia, Sunday. ~]ty, ■■»--»:— „f Tin Herald readers led to the shoe advertisements of Brothers. . laovell, of Zillah, has some bar 's lumber, etc. advertis<,d in this \ Tin*. Herald. *tho Hills to the Poo...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

JOHN SMITH. JUNIOR. By R J. PLAYPEN L •I bopc, Edith, if 1 send you to school tn Paris for a couple of yean, yon won't rotn© back with your head staffed as full of no— Xaxmt a* your Bister's is. Let do more be x.iil abortt it; if we have the party at all, 1 intend tho Smiths to be Invited. Tell Frances her fine friends nuty atop away if she thinks the com pany will be too mixed for their notions. Mow, my dears, don't hinder me any longer. I ought to havo been off an hoar ago." So saying. Or. Lisle left the room; a moment later the front door banged and tbe brougham drove away. ' "Then I suppose 1 had better write the card, 1 nan 1111 a;'" asked Edith, a young girl who was seated at a writing table covered with cards and envelopes which she was filling up and addressing. "Yea, my dear," replied the little delicate looking middle aged lady who sat near her, "1 am sorry Francie shoald be vexed, bat papa is quite right; the Smiths have been so exceedingly kind and polite, we really ough...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

JOHN SMITH. JUNIOR. By E J. CLAYDEH 1. '1 hope, Edith, ii 1 send you to achool In Paris for a couple of years, you wont come back with your head stuffed aa full of nonsense as your sister's is. Let no more bo said about it; if we have the utrty at all, 1 intend the Smiths to be Invited. Tell Francos her fine frienda may atop away if she thinks the com pany will be too mixed for their notions. Now, my deara, don't hinder me any longer. I ought to hare been off an hour ago." So saying. Dr. Lisle left the room; a moment later tho front door banged and the brougham drove away. 'Then 1 suppose I had better write tha card, mamma.'' asked Edith, a young girl who was seated at a writing table covered with rarda and envelopea which she waa filling up and addressing. "Yea, my dear," replied the little delicate looking middle aged lady who ■at near her, "I am sorry Francie should be vexed, but papa is quite right; the Smiths have been so exceedii „iy kind and polite, we really ought to show th...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 January 1893

JOHN SMITH. JUNIOR. By E J. OLAYDia 1 •1 hope, Edith, if I send you to school In Paris for a couple of years, yon wont come back with yonr head staffed aa fall of nonsense as yonr sister's is. Let no more be said about it; if we hare the party at all, 1 Intend the Smiths to be Invited. Tell Frances heT fine friends may stop away if she thinks the com |>any will be too mixed for their notions. Now, my dears, don't hinder me any longer. 1 ought to have been off an hour ago." So aaying, Dr. Lisle left the room; a moment later the front door banged and the brougham drove away. •Then I suppose I had better write the card, mamma?" asked Edith, a young girl who waa seated at a writing table covered with cards and envelopes which she was filling np and addressing. "Yea, my dear," replied the little delicate looking middle aged lady who sat near her, "1 am sorry Francie should bo vexed, but papa is quite right; the Smiths have been so exceedingly kind and polite, we really ought to show t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1893

VOL. V. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY' 26, 1893. NO.]. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. J. SNIVELY. Attorney at Law. rey-"",'.',- over Yakima National Dank, North Vnk mm. Will practice tv all the nouns of tbe •Mete ami I S, lan.l ortlces. i. n. smvis. | a. n. milroy. UEAVIS k MILROY. Attorneys at Law. H^"\Vill practice lv all Courts ot the State. Special atteutltm given to all l. S. laud olllee business. North S akima, Wash. ni-eiir. xgitaox. raaorAtaaa • •hVIUTSON & I'AKKEK, Attorneys at Law. _a_»—')!!lce la First National Hank nutldin*. 8. 0. MOKFORD, Attorney at Law. Practices !:i all Courts In the State. I>t lal aiiciitioii to Collections, ..cite up .ri.lrs. Yak ima National Usui Building. T. M. VANCE, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. iilit'f over Mrs! National Hank, gpartal st iantt..a itivcu to l.tiifl mice lMtaa«, S. (.'. HENTON, JUSTICE of tlie* iT-BAG—,, NOTARY PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. special attention green collections ami Notary work. Ollice over Yakima National Hank 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1893

TBE YAKIMA HEMP,; ■SSIIU KVS-K a TIIIHSntI. ' T2.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Ad.ertisint lata Ipen Applicaiisn. . K. M.Rs-d, Editor and Business Manager. < Official Paper of North Yakima. j EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE, i Tacoma is a city that fosters many de- t serving charities, not the lesst worthy of ] which is the children's Home, where the t offsprings of poor, working mothers are educated and given that care and comfort which the name of the institution implies, i at a very low rate, and often without t any compensation, where the little ones 1 •re so unfortunate as not to have natural f guardians to look after their support. It • is the li.tly managers of this eleemosynary ■ institution who yearly give a charity ball which Is quite s social feature of this city. While their chsritable efforts are in the i right direction snd resultant in much i good tbeir means of achieving the end i •re somewhat of an exclusive character i and tbe masquersde ball, which was i given last week u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD, TRUItHDAY JANUARY 2S, MM HERALDINGS. Died, Friday, Jan. 2)th, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. M, Daniel. A thin of Nat Yeatea, aged 8 or 10 years is dangerously sick with brain fever. t, J. Lowe and Captain J. T. Simmons left for the mountains yesterday after venison. Don't fail to see the great fire scene at Mason's opera house, Wednesday even ing, February Bth. Miss Jennie Wright has filed on a des ert claim near Kennewick and is having a house built thereon. The engagement of Rev. W. 11. Cor nett to Miss Roberta L. Forrest, both of Spokane, is announced. Dell Hiscnck has returned from the east and is now at Tacoma, but will lie in Yakima some time this week. Cashier Abernethy, of the Roslyn bank, and Deputy Sheriff Banks, of Ellens burgh, wersTYakiina visitors on Tuesday. The ice crop now being harvested is about 18 inches in thickness and a aolid crystal. About 2,0 10 tons will be packed by various dealers, saloon men and fam ilies. The dramatic club will pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 January 1893

THEY SHOT TO KILL. SOME OF THE DEEDS OF BERDAN' CRACK RIFLE CORPS. They I oil Off m» Sharp.hoi.tar. l„ i|, Ana- of tha Potomac— ExclUag M» aseata While Scooting and Hklrmlahi.i, a* ( b-nrellor.Tllle and Gettysburg. ICop—labt. lass, by American Press Associa tion. Hook right* reserved.] HK.lt.ll monotony of modern war waa broken up when we found our selves on the skii mlah line; iikewiae tbe appalling magnitude of things in general, which did not count us individu ally aa being in with them, and the distreaaing lit tleneaa of our same selves in comparl aon with things that did connt, were re versed. A atrip of battlefield ten pace* wide waa in one man's keeping, to hole against all comers if he could, to shoot am to slay in and Ret nil the glory of it; every stump ami tree an.) bowlder his to dodge behind ami every foot of it his line of re trcnt to skednd'He l-ack upon if he saw or fancied he saw overwhelming numbers of the unwootedly desperate enemy making a break for his especial ...

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

VOl, V. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 189:5. NO. 2. PROFESSIONAL CAMDB. 11. J. SNIVKI.Y, Attorney at Law. . jjfii:..— overVskhss national Bank, Worth rsKlms. Will practice in nil the niurtsol tho lists ami V. -.. land olliees. i I r.licvi-. | It. B. vi.r.i.Y. I'.KAvis * mutoY, Attornesy ta Law. -.11l prattles In all Courts of the State. »imclal stteaUon Ki\en to all l*. *?. land ollice Ineas, .North Yakima, Wash. ■M.V.1.., WttITSOS. fRKUt'CHRKR WHITSON A PAS-OCR, Attorneys at Law. g^Ot-cs in nisi N.itioinii Bank Bwildlus, S. o. KORfOBD, Attorney at Law. i* tleei In .*.ll Cnnrti In t'*.e Mm:.* Kipeelal ■rientlon (i collections Ofßee «p flat is. Vak l.iiii Sattunal Haul ll«-.lldtng. T. U, VANCE, .... rrOHa-eTaV- 1 - At - r-.*_-w. II.HI-e over i. I Nil Miml Hui,'... spe. Is] ut Isntloli ,-i\ ■ i mi I le.rX '' Ree business. .--. C. MKNTUN, _ raTxozo of* .„© _r-E.-A.c_.__, NOTARy PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONED .-;.-.ini attention Riven collectloui and Xotary work, Ofncs o\ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. « fSSCBD i:vi:ni TiiiKsnti. ft.DO PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. .MTrrtisiag Kates I'poa AppliratiM. K. ■. Rird, Editor and Business Manager. Oicial Paper of North latin IK'OH C. Wallace has returned from Washington and denies that he was offer ed the portfolio of the agricultural de partment, and further statea that he hai no expectation of serving in the cabinet in any capacity. Friends of Mr. Wallace assert that h« will not refuse to become commissioner of tbe general land office if the position is tendered him. Tut liberality with which our govern ment bestows it* pension* is well illus trated in tbe case of Captain P. B. Johnson, editor and proprietor of the Walla Walla Vnion-Journal. He never •aw active service in the field, but w«a a quartermaster on the Pacific northwest coast. Now, in addition to conducting his newapapet and drawing a good pen sion, he ia • commissioner of the state penitentiary, regent of the state univer sity, assistant attorney general of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1893

TUB Tiflli HERALD., .Iii'USUAY. KKHIIIAUY 2, I." | HERALDINGS. Born, Wenas, Yakima county, Thurs day, January 20, to the wife of I. N. Pollard, a son. Have you paid your subscription for tho fifth year of Tiik Herald, ami the four p reeding oneif C. H. Leadbetter returned Tuesday from v lengthy visit to Seattle, Tacoma, Portland and other west side points. Born, nt the M. E. parsonage, North Yakima, Friday, January 27th, to tlie wife of Rev. Robert Warner, a daughter, weight 10 -. muds, Fred Mehler has returned from Olym pia. After looking over the situation, he concluded not to enter as a dark horse in the senatorial race. Phoenix, or Shadows of a Great City, at Mason's opera house next Wednesday evening. Get your reserved seats at once, ns they ure going fust. George Hazzar.l was a Yakima guest on Tuesday. He found politics and poli ticians, as well as everything else, frozen up, so ho took the first train west. A. K. and F. H. Hiscock arrived in the city Tupsday, nc-conipnnied by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 2 February 1893

Franc™, feeling nnoaay and excited at tba prospect of meeting him, had run away, girl-like, and gone to pay har mother and sister a visit at the tiny house in which they had established themselves at Highgate. One of tho children opened the door to her. On the parlor table stood a bunch of glorious roses, rich pink, crimson and damask; and roses were roses, too, at this late season of the year. Edith came flying in and flung herself into her sister's arms, bnt when she saw Frances glance at this fragrant bowl, she turned nearly as pink as the flowers themselves. "Well, who is the sender?"' her sister inqnred. "Mr. Josselyn, of course," Edith re plied stoutly. Then, as Frances opened her eyes at the sight of her guilty cheeks— "Oh, they are quite as much for mamma as for me, I assure yon," she maintained. "You!—such a mere child aa you!" Frances ejaculated. "Well, I'm not such a child bnt that I shall soon grow to be a woman," said Edith smartly. Then she suddenly threw herself down ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1893

VOL. V. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINOTON; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1893. NO. 3. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 11. J. SNTVEI.Y, Attorney at Law. f^-iMlire over Yakima National Hank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tin iourt*ol the •ii.li- ami V. a. laud nllici-s >.«. mm i «. ■• -il«oy. REAVIS k MILROY. Attornesy ta Law. JjCT-Will i.raetl.e lv all Courts of the Slate. Hpeclal intention given tn all ff, ». land office bIUIUWa. North Yakima, Wash. sr.w.a:. whitsos. Miriam WHITSON A I'AUKEK, Attorneys at Law. •_yv)illce lv First National Hank Ilnllding. s. o. MOKFOKP, Attorney at Law. I'ract'caa in all fonrta in ihe state. Kaperlal alli-minii tv .ii'.li'itiiuis. .mice up Hairs. Yak iin.i National Hank I'nii.iln.. T. If. Vance, ATTOP-NBY - AT - __•-*_.V-7". ilt'ice iivor rir-l National lintst*. 'ill at te-ti hi «!»« i in i h:.i ii li.-c tmalmn, S C. IIENTuN. _■■ js rxcfis or u-io pbacb, NOTARr PUBLIC, U. S. COMMISSIONER. -;■.-.iul attention iriveu collei'tlotnaml Notary work. <> lice over Yakima N...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1893

THE YAIHA HERALD. • ssiKD iviHi Tin Hans 1 . '..JO PKR ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Idierti'iig late* Ipi Inpljratisi. K. M. Run, Editor and Buaineaa Manager. Official Paper of North YaMn. Ths Waason railroad bill which was recently passed by the legislature will save to the farmers of the Palouse four and four-tenths cents on every bushel of grain shipped to the sound. All tbe bills vetoed by Governor Laugh lon were passed by the house, but the senate confirmed only the Waason and anti-Pinkerton bills, and failed to pass tha railroad fence bill, the railroad con nection bill and the time check bill, al though the latter will probably come up again with some alterations. "Are you a republican?" blandly asked General Butler of a party in New Haven who had asked him to explain about those spoons he stole in New Orleans. The man said he was, and waa proud of it. "So was I when I stole those spoons," said the general, and the storm of laughter blew tho questioner out of the house. Represent ati y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1893

Tffl MIA HERALD, TtttmttlkX, KEHKCkY 9. .(M HERALDINGS. The Whist club tr.et at the residence of M. H. Ellis Monday evening. The Goldendale postofflce is soon to be advanced to an office of the third rlaas. A marriage license was grar.ted to G. W. Nelson and Edith G. Ilerron on Tues day. New typo received this week at Tug Herald job office. The best of work guaranteed. Grattan H. Wheeler, a well known business mun of Tacoma. was a Yakima visitor on Tuesday. Sunday's Seattle Poll-Intelligencer says that Keith W. Dunlop, of Yakima, is a guest at the Grand. E. B. Marks has gone to Weiser, Idaho, with the intention of remaining and en g.i-'in j in Inisiiies*. Ladies wishing to take lessons in cut tin., titling and basting garments please call on Mrs. Price, Cadwell building. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. tjrhwurtze died on Tuesday, Jan. 31, of croup, and was buried on the following day. On Sunday last Dr. Hill drewed the hand of Lee Brown, of the Natcbeez, which was badly cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 9 February 1893

YAKIMA AUD TEE STATE. liscellaDMßs and -interesting Hews lotes From Every Section. Onlr Ihe 'lost Head-Mr and Hell. ■ hie Hrpnr.a Kelrrtrd and The.. Stripped of All Verbiage. Two feet is the depth of the snow re ported to have fallen in two hours, at Cle-Elutn, one day last week. Troop C of the National Guard of Washington l 9 soon to be mustered in at Spokane. "The dude company" is the name given to this new cavalry organisa tion. Land Commissioner \V. F. Forrest has recently filed for record at the Waterville land office another list embracing 7,f> 00 acres of land selected fur state institu tions. Senator Helm, of Kittitas, has intro duced a bill for an appropriation for a normal school building at Ellensburgh. It has the support of the Yakima delega tion. A son of Charley Laughton has been appointed a messenger of the state sen ate. Laughton still seems to have some political pull notwithstanding Uov. Fer ry said he was "dead." One hundred and twPnty men are at work on the ne...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1893

VOL. V. NORTH YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 18911 NO. 4. PROFEBRIOXAL CUIUS. H. J. SNIVKI.Y, Attorney at Law. rtf-OMvv over Yaktinn National Hank, Nnrth » avium, win prin tire in all the innitsof the -'urn ami c. h, ian,| offices. i. a. mavis. I a. a. niMT, UEAVIS A MIUUIY. Attornesy ta Law. a"if-'.vill -iraitieu In «11 Courts nf the State. <)>« lal intention given to all (.'. » laud nitlce liiialnaaa. North YaWlwa, Wash. a.w.80 wuitioc. ran. r.R.rr. WHITSON S i'AKKKK. Attorneys at Law. '. -.J-'l lice in First Natliiual Hank Ilnllding. S. 0. MOlU'OKi', Attorney at Law. .i i. tlccs in nil c-i'trts in the. State. fCapeelal a.fetitfou to .'..'.l.Ttinii.. ii.l'hc tip stiiirs. Yak lu.it National li.iuk I'mHlti.. T. M. VANCK, ATTOFiNaY - -A.T - Li-VW. it «..',■ n'.-er Pint National ftnnk. Vpeelal at •en-.i in given tj iuiii o tice buluaaa. S. C. HUSTON, J 'J3TICH Of U-_ F-E3.A.0E3, KOTARY public, v. s. commissioner. s,»ilhl attentlnn "Ivcn cnlleetlinia and Notary wurk. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1893

THE YAKIMA HERALD. IS-CED KYt'lt \ Till llsli \\ . ♦-.00 PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. .UrertixißS Rates Ipon Afflkatiea. E. M. Reed. Editor ami flusineas Manager. Official Paper of North YaMaa. Two IM from next Saturday Benja min Harrison can extend his condolences to Mrs. Lilinokalini, late queen of the Sandwich islands. They will then both ba oat of a job. The children's song °' "You or I, or nobody know**," fa very applicable to tho formation of Cleveland's cabinet; but it is the popular opinion of the slate makers that Carlisle, Dan Lamont, Isaac P. Gray and Walter I', f.rpsham will have each been tendered it portfolio. Pl'Yau.ip h.ts a delegation of lobbyists at Olympia endeavoring to net the loca tioa of the elate capital again submittal! to a vote of the people, in hopes of that town being chosen. It they knew how much the last contest cost Olyinpin. Ellensburgh an.l Yakima, they would be content to let it remain un.listi-.rboil in the present out of-ilie way place. There la a sple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1893

THE MIMA HERALD. THURSDAY. Ke.llltr.vKV 1(1, 1*..1 ~^——— —————————■ Stati Fair Wasted. —Senator Eshel-i man and Representative Weed returned from Olympia on Saturday lust, and thst afternoon they were met in the reception room ol the Yakima club by a numlier of leading citi.ens and explained the situa tion and prospects for the bill locating the state fair at Yakima. It seems that King, Spokane and Thurston counties are ict satisfied with the public institutions that have been located with each, but greedily want the state fair as well, and ■re prepared to offer sites in order to se cure it. Mr. Weed was of the opinion that Yakima would have to do as much, aud ten or a dozen citizens signed an agreement pledging to the state ample grounds in case this point was selected I ss a permanent location lor the state fair. A subscription was also raised for defray- , ing the expenses of Mr. Yinson while on i • trip to Olympia for the purpose of as sisting in forwarding the efforts of Messrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 16 February 1893

SOCIAL LIFE IT ZILLAH. Id Eastern Correspondent Gives ao re count of a Frontier Town Ball. A Brtrir I.run- With R. frrrnrr. to A* me Urll Known Pea pie antl Oar Pra. due tire Soil. Zillab correspondence in the New York Evening Poit: You can reach Zillah from Toppenish, the nearest railroad sta tion, distance three and a half miles, and by a ferry across the Yakima. Zillah is named after the daughter of Mr. T. F. Oakee, president of the Northern Pacific Railroad company. It conld not have well been named before her, as it is even now an iniant. Taken in connection with its aboriginal surroundings. Zillah life is primitive; not, however, to such an extent as to suggest that it is capable of sanctioning even tbe slightest offence against what it considers the i.i«vs ol eastern etiquette. , For instance, last ni.lit Zillah ;ave a! ball. About half past seven, as I was; walking homeward fror.« my evening j ramble, I saw th" dignified company ! gathered—silent, waiting, the sexca in ! sep...

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