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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

FOR CHOICE BUSINESS OPPORTI NITIKS wRE SIXTH PA(jK. VOL. XXXIX. NO. 102. THE MUSIC BUSINESS of- George S. Marygold —and that ot We— Fisher & Boyd Piano Co. —have been— CONSOLIDATED, and will be conducted a* tbe old stand of the latter at 121-12S North Spring St., —under the firm name of— Fisher Boyd ffi Mar 1 g Id, —who Will handle— Steinway & Sons, Sohmer, Gabler, Emerson Fianos, Estey & Packard Organs. glmY" The atten ion of the nubile ls re*pertfully directed to this mag nificent litie of instruments and in spection invited. Fisher, Boyd & Marygold, 121 and 123 N. Spring St., Crystal Palace 138-140-142 S. Wain st. RfeL* > j The Cheapest and Most I Keliable Place to buy Cjx)c':ery, China, \ Glassware, Lamps, House Furnishing Goods, Gas Fixtures, etc. >dJy "R ARV BTTaaiKR Prices to suit everybody MEYBERG BROTHERS . • . ' 6nly''T"\ TWO WEEKS .MORE AND OUR 20% REDUCTION SALE WILL END. This is a golden opportunity that should not be over looked. Men's and Childre...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

2 in'a hot battle for supremacy. I have sonffht this honor and msrjv here have to my success. 'I now hope •iHHrVwhen I hi.ye served my term of Six Mptajts yon will find that I have dis charged tbe duties of my oriica with a ,iu}l sense of its obligations. What I Japk. inability I ahall endeavor to tupplv in sincerity, and m> eameatnessto serve thie great coinmouwealih shall never . -be questioned- I know no eection.no •locality. •'E«eb and every part of thie 'great community haß the same claims upon me, and 1 shall do all I can to ail Vance the interests of this great city." .' James 0- Meguira, eoLgressman elect, and Max Popper aleo made short ■peechea. IN THE LEGISLATURE. Attorney Chuttherlaln Fxpillrd from the Fluor of the Iluuar. t BACRAitBSio, Jan. 20.— 1 a tho assem bly today a number of committee re ports were made. A resolution by ,sP»dee ■of, Alameda, expelling F. A. Chamberlain, connected with the Kerns Investigation, from the floor of the house, was adopted. ■ Was adop...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. I'ection cf Officers of Pasade na's Al.lilet.ic Club. lal Estate at Pomona Increasing; iv Demand. Tewi Notou froaa the Crown of the Valley— >a,ita Ana News—Re duudo Shipping and Local Note*, l Pasadena, Jan. 20..—The annual elec tion of the Pasadena Athletic club web < ie!u yesterday for the purpose of elect- , J ag a president, vice-president, captain, j treasurer, secretary and a board of di- ( rectors to consist of 11 members. Fol lowing is the list of officials elected : President, Calvin Hartweli; vice- ' president, William Staats; captain, ( Charles Bell; treasurer, William Craig; , secretary, James G, Rossiter; boatd of directors, Wm. Staats, Raymond Allen, F. Smith, B. Hutchins, Chas. Bell, Frank Polity, H. R. Hertel, King Mac omber, Wm. Craig, Calvin Hartweli, , Fred Twombly. i The cluh starts out this year with an ' excellent list of officials, and it ia to be hoped that under their efficient direc tion a more general interest may be awa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD A — rUBLISHED SEVEiN days a week. Joseph D. Lynch Jamk.s 1. Atirs. AVERs & LYNCH, PUBLISHER;*. Entered at tbe posioffiee at Los Angelea at •eoond-ciats matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At »0e Per Week, or 80c Per Month. TERM* BT YAH. INCLUDING POSTAGE- Daily Hebald, one year $3 00 Daily Herald, tlx mouths 4 i 5 Daily Herald, three mouths 2.25 Daily Herald, one month 8 0 Weekly Hsrald, one >var. 1.50 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Bera.d, three mom hs 50 Illustrated Hkealii, per copy 20 Offlce of publication, 223-225 West Second street. Telephone 186. Notice to Mall "nbserlbers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los A nob ks Daily Heuald will be promptly discontisAied hereafter. No papers will be sent » suVrrfbers by mall unless the same have beau Daid for in advance. This rulo il inflexible. AYER3 & LYNCH. L. P. Fliber,newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchant.' Exchange, tan rai.cltco, is an authorised agent. This paper is kept...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

THE COURT OF THE LAST GUESS. An Unfavorable Decision for the Savings liiinks. An Appeal Case in Which the City Comes Ont Ahead. rh* Points of the lit ci*tnn TFnlch Cover Grounds uf Gnat Impuruncei Other Judgments The supreme court yeeteidav gave decisions in the celebrated eaeee of three eavings bankd of Los Angeles against City Assessor J. W. Hinton, sus taining the judgment of tbe superior court in all three cases, which was in favor of the city assessor. The appeal was from a judgment ren dered in favor of the defendant upon his demurrer to the complaints. The opinion in the case of the Secu rity Savings Bank and Trust company, appellant, vs. J. W. Hinton, city asses sor of the city of Los Angeles, No. 14,877, is the leading opinion in the caseß aud is quite long, discussing tbe important matters involved exhaust ively. The points of the document are as follows: The complaint alleges, cays the su preme court, that plaintiff is a corpora tion, organized for the profit of its share...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

6 T IXJS ADVERTISING. P[&s- * the isbil direct method of reaching tho pahic and making known your i 3f*v r« ♦ ■ W W W A SN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA M N T S S I .« V* W W W A A N N N T S . 1 WW W W AA J X It T S WWWW A A J, N N T SSSS 11 WWWW A AAA N Nlt T 8 WW WW A AN N N T S w W■ A A N NN T 8 8 SI * « 4 A N NN T SSSS s through the classified ad columns of Thi Jlfau.D. It is cheap, fcrings quick return*, and places the advertiser in direct commuul eation with those he wishes to roach. mi a f* p dd p B t a a s ss s *ss s ii Pf ii Ha n p uSmßdiP a odd t. KKKrrTT^s. AA D 111. X T 5 8 AA f) II t EE T S SS„ AAA n Dl. E T X 2 A APIH> LLLLEKK T S SS S was uw* Itsfi »• -J. • Inserted in tho columns of TnE Hemald at _S C«ST3 PKR LINE PER DAY. *; ! Till.oo fE:t LINK PER MONTH. ' Special rates for a longer period. • * .Persons wanting Sltuationa, Help, or wishing Id Rent, Buy or i-'ell Property, will- do well to savertlse in The Hkrai.h SPECIAL NOTIUS. . is " ripfTß. FtOUBE MOVER. OFFICE ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

LANGUAGE IS SWEET. EXPRESSION BY THE TONGUE 13 NECESSARY TO HAPPINESS. Ufa Would Be Mighty p.potato Without Sweet Words — Mnoh More lti::,itlrul Could V."c Make This Existence if W» Took More l'ains In Talking. How would you enjoy life with sweet pwtU loft out? My iitilcst one runs to pc and wiili both arms about my neck pulls ma down to kiss me, aud whispers as if it vrero a now secret: "Papa, I love foil. Oh, how I just do love, love you!" What a pest it is to bo pulled about bo Wntfl one is busy! How it dislocates cne's collar mid one's thoughts! But What would you tako for such prattle? How would you like it checked, and in stead of such spontaneity be ermipclled to imagine you are loved? Dear trie, old Man, but why so fussy? Do you not know you uro loved? Do not action* Speak louder than words? Dot's not your wlfo cook yov.r inoals, and dost not your girl put your room in order? Must you also be mussed over and ge.bbled to in order to be .satisfied? Thou comoß my oldest lioy, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 January 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. t, „ - - - - - Weather Bureau, canon of orjaervatlons taken at Los Angeles, jstsmssft. ao, mm. SrOOeln-i3 "S 4*. •* S iiOOp.m 30.04| 5» I »» M-xriem., lis. min. lem., 43. Bar. R .03 Nit" NW 2 4 r«rMUI> w ranuttt fro SO' t" ern California: Fair weather; slightly cooler, northerly winds. The United Brethren uhurch ia build ing a chapel at the corner of Hope and Pico streets. There are undelivered telegrams at the Weßtexn Union Telegraph office, corner of Court and Main streets. Jan uary 20, 1893, for V. Botello, 1. N. Boi court, M U. Morse, — Favlor. The only contribution received by the chamber of commerce yeaterday was from John Hawkins, city, consisting of Washington navels from 20 month old buds, there being 16 oranges on one ■mall branch. Will H. Hoon of Dixon, 111., writes the Herald, enclosing hie subscription to the Weekly. He adds a foot note to the effect tbat on the morning of Janu -15 the thermometer registered 25 de grees below zaro in Illinois. The same ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

The Herald. TODAY'S FORECAST: FAIR AND COOLER. VOL. XXXIX. NO. 103. THE MUSIC BUSINESS ot- George S. Marygold —and that of the— Fisher & Boyd Piano Co. —have been— CONSOLIDATED, and will be conducted a* the old stand of the latter at 121-123 North Spring St., —under the Urm name of— Fiste Royd $ irrg Id, * —who will handle— Steinway & Sons, Sohmer, Gabler, ; Emerson Fianos, Estey & Packard ; Organs^ * £kW Theatten ion of the pnblic * Is refeptrtfally directed to this mn? -* nificeut line of instruments, and iii < spection invited. : Fisher, Boyd & Mapygold, j 121 and 123 N. Spring St., I L 8 Angeles. Crystal .Pale.ee 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. The Cheapest and Most <•"" heliable Place to Buy China, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Gas Fixtures, ? House Furnishing Goods, etc. t Jf§3faLs> On Special Sale this week - English Semi-Porcelain, Decorated Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets Of ectireiynew and handsome pat. ~" ' cms hey aic, f r qusli'yand price, the best in the ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

2 AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL. A Day of Great Confusion in ■a .. ... the House. The Dreary Anti-Options Debate in the Seuate. Ile>>Ul»lieun Senator* Unable to Agres on » Programme—Democruts , Mava a Chance to Pay Oft* Jiitivn »n Old Score. * f :.. , •• ' Jhrtke Associated Press, n! si Washington, Jan. 21.—0n motion of Hermann of Oregon the senate bill waß 1 passed extending until January 1, 1894, ' "lite time within which entry may be I made of forfeited lands along the North e-rn Pari lie railroad between Walla Irtfffttal Wash., and Portland, Ore, Bankhead of Alabama, chairman of . ijie committee on public buildings and . jjrounds, reported back the Scott resolu tion calling on the secretary of the treas ury for information regarding the amounts appropriated for public build . inga and the condition of tbe work. Adopted. , Bacon of New York, from the com mittee on banking and currency, re ported a bill to provide for the speedy redemption of United States currency and national ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAY BY DAY PASADENA. IKE RAYMOND i1M.1,1: Vt WITH KISTKBN PEOPLE. An Ercurshin Which Arrlred Y'eater lay—A Police Court Case—Lo cal Mews Matters Nottd. Pasadf.na, Jan. 31.—The capacity of ■ the Raymond promises to be tested to its full limit. The following large ex cursion arrived today from Boston : 1 Mrs. Wm. A. Abbe, New Bedford, Masß.; j J. W. Abbot, Forge Village Mass.; Frank 0. Albee, Melrose, Mats.; Miss Maude E. Allen, Nashua, N.UVs Mrs. M. E. Alvord, Bath, Me.; Mrs. J. Armstrong and maid, Philadelphia; Mrs. Sarah W. Baker. Miss Jennie W. Baker, Buffalo J Mra. J. M. Barnard, Wesfford, Mass. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beekman and maid, Mias 0. A. Beekman, New York ; Miss Jennie F. Bigelow, Northampton, Maaa.; Mre. Ole Bull, Cambridge, Mass.; Mrs. John T. Bush. Miaa Josephine T. Bush, Niagara Falls, Mra. J. C. Butler, Bes ton ; W. S. Chenoweth, Davenport, la.; Mr. and Mre. George T. Chester, Mrs. Thomas Cheater and maid, Buffalo; Misa Rosalie Childs, Hyde Park, M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayebs. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. Entered at tho postofflce at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At SOc Per Week, or 80c Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE* Daily Hkrali', one year $8 00 Daily Herald, six months 4 i 5 Daily Herald, three months 2 25 Daily Herald, one mouth 80 Weekly Herald, one year 1.50 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Bek.i d, three months 50 Illustrated Ukkald, per copy 20 Office of publication, 223 225 West Second street. Telephone 156. SI Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers ol all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los angk es Daily Herald will be promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers 'Wlli'be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been Daid tor in advance. This rule is Inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, San 1 rauclscc, is an authoriaed agent. This paper is kept on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

CITY TAX COLLECTOR WADE. His Residence Claimed to Be in Another County. flow He Was ft Citizen of Rialto for a Tear »nd Four Months. Be and Hia Family Kealded There; Bis Builoeas Waa There, an<i Bla Boneehold Goods Are Said to Ite There Now. The question as to whether or not X D. Wade, city tax collector by the de cision ol a small plurality of the voters at the recent municipal election, is legally entitled to the position is one that Bhould receive some attention fro m the proper authorities. The Herald has taken some pains to look into the matter, and rinds the facts of sufficient importance to demand a thorough investigation and a final set tlement of the matter by the courts. Mr. Wade is well known in Los Angeles, having resided here a number oi years, but he, like the great majority of our citizens, has not lived hero always. The reasonable supposition would be, that he, like other people, when they sever all business connections with a commu nity in which they have resided...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

6 j INK Al), :iii-:mi. Tho most dlrott method of reaching the pub.ic and maaJag known your * * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW w-r AA NN N T 8 S WV\v w A A N N N J S W WWW A A N N N T 8 WWWW A A N N N T SSSS WWWW AAA A N N N T WW WW A A N N N T 8 W W A AN N N f S 8 WW A A N HN ■ 88S8 s through the c'assiflel ad columns of Thb IlEaAi.n. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places tho advertiser in direct communi cation tvitn those he wishes to reach. oco l a R ss s s sso ii mm na non OO I. AA D h S sII I II I D D O I. A A S SS..'SS„ II IFII UK B U O0 I. AAA „ I s ll] I UK D D OCC LLLLA A B SS S "SS* II F II FEE DDD a nnn r, rrhtttTcSs„ AA 11 01, I Tv AA 1> PL FK T b SB s AAA DDI. I T s 5 A A DDD LLLLEEE T °SS S Inserted in the columns of The Herax.T) at ami , !fl ' 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. (ft.oo VV. i LINK PER MONTH. " 1 special rstes for a longer period. *.4*z:» * . Persons wanting Situations, Help, or wishing to Rent. Buy or Sell Property, will do well to advertise luTm Haß4i.n t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

FOR ■pOR iX"I!AKOE If OH O.TY PIIOI'ERTY. ■2000—10 ner'■lmprove 1, -car Qerdaea, .!■■..' i—as aorea bearing rtchan, 12 miles out. *WK)O-2k ncrc« Imcrov id firm near Oranva. ■3000 — 11J acre, nnp'ov, il, Lellxerahija ranch Ipjrico --15 urea fmit f» rlr , Oranaocity ■ CMio-'i;, tern hi inly ImproTtd, next Cnl verslly. tlft,o;w-35 aorea la betting oraafei at ful- Urton, •ia,ooo-M acres, beautiful homo In Ant btlm M00O—4n«"ro Alfalfa farm oe*rBant. Ann. -■7900)— 72-acrea stocu ranch; utockol; Hnmbolot pouu >. ■ »•'<"> Bdo-aer; irk ran b, San I.nis Obli pi. e,.nitty, a?suoo -riOacraawrn and alfalfa land, :ear Bi.nN Mia. 000—.00 acreorjns" Krovj. 9*3 Gabriel Vatlev f?li OOO—IO ) icr_-8 Improved, near Lam mila par«. acre* criln and trait land, 1 ido county* Si 2 0 >o—Beanllful hotel, furnished, fi«a Lnegn Rounty, 8:8 iioo-nd acres bearing or-hard: flue bom ; nest oUv. ■15.000—800-a.e c a'oc'; ranch, -ant* Clara Oi unty. ■100,000—SO • aorta orange 1 md: law wafer av-i.ui.s vera ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Burena. report erf observations taiie'n at Loa Angeles, January 21. 1893. Time, Bar. Ther.jRH'm W 3:00 a.m. 3".ll 47 j (itf S VOOp.m 30.12 60 1 53 N Uu. tern., 68; min. tern., 41. I 53 2 i Forecast. Forecast for Southern. California: Fair weanei; slightly cooler; northerly winds. The street corners are alive with beg gars, especially those of the organ and accordeon variety. An unusually large number of eastern visitors were seen on the principal streets yesterday, joining in the merry prom enade. A O. U. VV. memorial services will be held at Illinois ball this morning at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Mr. Phillips will offi ciate. Peter Bessen denies that any row took place at the Enterprise saloon on Fri day night. He asserts his place was closed at midnight. The Societa Unione E Fratellanza GaribaJdena gave an enjoyable mas querade ball at ita hall, on D»te and Macy Btr»ete, last evening. The Southern Pacific company haß made a rate on cut flowers in carload lot", from Cal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

PART H—PAGES 9 TO 16. IN THE FRIGID NORTHWEST. A Correspondent Declare Chi- cago to Be Its Center. Thouirii Frozen Milid the People Are Keady for tbe Fair Visitor*. California's OVnortunliy Will Be nt thr World's Fair Congested Hallway Llaea — Notes About Cli mate and Things. Corre»po"di nee of the Uiir.tLD.l Ohicag i. Jan. 15. —Well, according to the calendar and general belief in mat ters pertaining to chronology, one-half of the present winter iB past and we are about to enter upon the last half of a season which, while possessing some charms for a small and highly favored class of personß, is dreaded by an over whelming maj irity. Of course lam speaking of winter as it appears and feels when turned looee IN THE FRIGID NORTHWEST, of which Cnicago is tbe head center, commercial metropolis and unrivaled headquarters. Io the beet portiona of our own matchless California the winur season haa no terrors tor any class of persons. On the contrary, it is the Beason fraugut with more attr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

10 STAGE DOINGS AND PEOPLE. Fanny Rice's Great Success in •••" •• A Jolly Surprise. Modest Peter Jackson Prefer, to Act Uncle Tom to Othello. ~ | ,' Ahodimiii iit» of t'ouihic; Events—News aud r, r uiiHl Notes About Flays auil Players. Amusement tiosslp. The success of Fanny Rice in A Jolly Surprise ie due solely to what may he termed her infantile qualities. She speaks with an eagerness, a lisp, and on affected unaffectednees that is sugges tive of the little girl period, and more over she has a naive playiulnesa iv ' "litfeplng with her charming method of speech. She is a most winning little woman, ac attractive in appearance on the stage as Bhe is the reverse when off tha boards, which is complimenting her ability with tho mak.-up box very highly. The comedy is, in ita alleged plot, a most antiquated chestnut, and the close observer probably noted that no other woman bad any opnortunity of making a hit. But little Fanny ie capa- Die of amusing an audience for three hours all by h...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

WASHINGTON HOUSES. SOW HISTORIC MANSIONS OF THE CAPITAL DESCRIBED. Senior Brlce Han Refitted the Famous Circoran House—Mr. nialnonntt theSew mji Mansion—Lafayette Squaro and Its He,, si in:; Associations. [Special Correspondence.] ft'aSHINOTON, Jan. 2.—With the dawn of IK' new year capital society shows signs of Jfe. There are many teas and rcceptioua, tiough the closing of tho executive man ion and the cabinet houses hns robbed the locial season o£ much of its official splen , 4or. By long odds the most conspicuous house /tn the capital just now is the Corcoran /mansion, which has just been overhauled |at an c.vponse of $10,000 by Senator Bricc, |of Ohio. Laat week ita doors were opened Ito society, and every invitation waa se- TUB CORCORAN-WEDBTEIt-BRICE HOUSE. sponded to with alacrity, so great was the deairo to see once more the interior of one of the most famous houses in Washington. For a number of years the old mansion ha* ■ been virtually clewed, aud save for an oc casional ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 January 1893

12 ABOUT BOOKS AND BOOK-MAKERS Eeview of a Number of Recent 'Notable Publications. 0 nmes Whitcomb Riley's Green Fields and Banning Brooks. Wlutßiboroußli, by KHib Orne White, •lr Roger de Coyerly Again—A Hew Book on Health. Some Book Chat. [By L. Bkhysieb.] I have been reading a new book of poems and verses and as I review them in my mmd I find myself on memory's couch, Composed of the soft, velvety sward, beside the banks of a slow mov ing fiver., surrounded by "green fieldß," and 'listening to the murmur of "run ning, brooks," the buzzing of the bees and the chirping of the crickets. The bright Bunshine is glinting through the leaves of tbe big tree overhead in golden beama, while a pair of cooing doves in the branches resemble a couple of jolly picknickers that are floating past me down the stream in an old fashioned flat-bottomed skiff, whose sides are covered with the green mossy color that has made the "moss covered bucket" so famous. And as the murmur of these roundelays, wh...

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