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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 24 April 1885

terj'?:WS ?' ' T 1 J ' i ttr s?sr; j - !?tj- rr3 M"t I J' 4 iht tailor com ABILENE - - TEXAS. HOW THE OAK- GREW. Jnacorn from the bouch wkerelt kadjwv Troi breezy sumimcr tbrougfc A'bA bemrd tbe noun the nerrtun robins nnc . And felt tbe ew Trembled vaen autumn -winds blow ckfll around j Its entwhUo bappy bcirtt And. letting- no its bold dropped to tbe ground OMfroatyuiRht. Tbe leaves were heaped to make a fitting- bod. And rustled as it fell. As if to nay: "Your winter couch is spread And all is well." There under icy rain and drifted snow Through months of cold and storm Tbong-b all the winds of "heaven might roar and blow. It nestled worm. And when -sprinj? came with early bird and bee. Two little leaves were seen In mimic grandeur like its old-timo tree Out-spread J ng- green. And so it grew aspiring evermore To reach n- flm? a hoight As had the tiny ncorn kaown before That autumn night. JTot in a single summer did it gala Stature and girth and strength. Yet amplitude of bough a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 24 April 1885

"m? '-yo -yji sq 3W f '-& 4 551 Ml 1". ?ikfr&5k. 'UiJV. . h Jrsf aMJf -: J oi.iM.A't afc!? i-SJ.i'trami T w5 Ml ? 0dl "". s-ii )' rF i. ''ttt f. T 'Si "" r a V i . i n i i 2k?Jifr im ;:i . i iri:uL! ir mmM THUS uju .MMBMr r- i iM tfaMi i T rr- .: r w mtmncm K3 i I Cm 1 m '' WMiit '- . j i- V ABILENE. FRIDAY AMtIL 4 15. AVeareiurepoiptof couiHttni cation from Bev. Alpha. Yonpfr ef SfUErtfta iareplfc "to th ond article published in regard to the Buffalo Gp High School but its -length prevent oar . finding space foriUttfrii lt day in the week. .Vy? inM however give ill nam poiit in i in which Mr. Young-invites the" parties whose names were signed to said article to weej. him at the school chapel nextffiatnrday at 3 o'clock with whatever proof of their charges they may have and there have a full investigation of the matter. . AVith this we must beg that they let the Buffalo Gap High School controversy rest Both sides have been heard in the matter and with that thoy ought to feel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 24 April 1885

f'fPj ggpmi- H ' L..- ;r ri m I ! I ' i feV " teJp t.t . tfV .1; ..t'T. . OMMMi rf- j . . !' ?." ":r:4feiU' LJ I 1 i A- t ( THZ iBiiMHBHaaHBHsasipaiavBBHHaHaBaBBHBHaaMBBBH ' i 1 r t ? drfBliWf" .EXAfc la ttoaMMtaftnicthretatte wUch tkoMoalrwho desire to vnrc&Me tkt tediar atrlM. II am rxmd to suite I hmV always ghren entire Mtta&ctton to lar friend here and elaewfeen. . . T haTe jMtnoeiTed an 'Inventorr from New York cootfrting of all fie ooielttat now on market waich afford! me the great pleasure to announce in the column! of the Talnable Nkws. Jftr trade i opening up with bright pratpecta and I am receiving many In- qWeafrom home and abroad as to the ttpm and noreltie. I have good customers who admire above all my style of trimming and who are gratified to find me always ready to 'furnish them with all the information that can possibly be gathered from Paris Baltimore New York and other journals of fashion which are furnished those of Jthe trade who thoroughly understand t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 24 April 1885

rfcj 1 -1 i' I. J THE I TRUNK TRAGEDY. vlttfcH toKwnQM tli Iirtmru4 ftMf as tin Tlcttat Tfc AitMMU at aa Lattr-MaxwU Ka Beat Kw 'Sat laaO. St. Loins Mo. April 15. The Sonttt- era Hotel mystery is still impeaetrftble. In addition to the discoveries -nade yes- terday it is learned that a xaaa answer- ing the description of Dr. Maxwell about ten o'clock. Monday morning April Cth rained latqithe oJBc of the 'Frisco line and purchased of Mr. S. A. Hughes a ticket for San Francisco. He gave there- for a 100 bill and a 20blll. He was given in return $i in change. He re- ceived a aleepiug-car ticket good for Monday night. He appeared to know what his tickets would cost and when the train left. His name was on the stub of the ticket that will be found on his arrival there at the San Francisco pas- senger office. Mr. Hughes thinks it was Maxwell. One day last week a man eiving his name as Dr. Walter Lenox-Maxwell visit- ed A. S. Aloe & Co. 300 North Fourth street. He said that he had a va...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 24 April 1885

-j IN ! ' r. M J r W 'W ' " J . t - . i - ' 4 - ' "SPTiW sri 4 4 ) M . JT " vLr" V f " '. . I aaaaMaaaiaBBaaaBBaaaaBBaaBBaaaBBBmaaaaaaaaamaaiBBBaBBBaBBBaiBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBaBBBBBj . FARM AMD FIRESIDE. --Barley fa txMDMtf Mt WUaiff to hto cattle' w tkm kkMbin MMjwfflclojotfc tkk ob ocm.JV. WWto diima with gold buds and ite monogram ia luge gold letter oa Kmiiiooidagagabi iManlMUoa. aad jrry ntfafkocoiyit k dhoeDnrsuy tkts'be ertain of balagable to rwlaoe a piece which hat been broken. Fhilm- taphta Newt. Potato -chips: Cos them nrnad in long strips like peeling an apple 'and throw them into cold water. Dry them thoroughly in a cloth and fry them in hot fat mag a frying basket for the pur- pose. As soon as they are aioely col- ored drain before the fire sprinkle with salt and serve. 17. Y. Herald A brilliant black Tarnish for iron stone or wood can be made by thorough- ly incorporating ivory biack with com- mon shellac varnien. The mixture should be laid oft very thin. Bat ordi- nary c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 24 April 1885

riTz.WAf mfiWfprj t- ""tm r t;:.K nNRmVNRKraMWABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBan paT x.t.arrrwmA r:' rj ti mhvhh impHia:;Mnpw. m i.Kxf-; st-rj- i-wi i .v. . . .jij wtiL fx T'rfjti" - .t J' t .vjBT-iimHHKr xsnc r -r 'j't iitxKT.r : ''JasassSlSrt 01 ILL vLLLlnu UVI i mf tJJwurfcT - ' l ' ABiianTrr - LiijiikWf'AiB. 3 . u.hiju i fwmftm'wjmmmi x . rT- TKXAft CTATgJIJEffg. &m law lljninri k( fine rains. TTiHirf" aai six milltenairwa. Con if wtria 80c at McKiny. Breakam plicmtion for motaal ickool. ig to Jure a IL000 towm dock. A chalk milie has been opened near Trinity. Btttoahai 606 pupils in its pub- lic tekooli. The crop prospects in Hill conn tj are anuanally good. A new market bouse is under construction at Orange. A Csinaisn voted in the city election at Sherman. . Arhmjrtoo-haH laid the new foundation of a new church. The plazas of San Antonio are to be lighted by electricity. Cattle shipments for the north- west have begun at Victoria. The new courthouse just finish- ed for Young county co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

t?--pi - ? . ira &S&f'3?rmjRi WiVk Jfc Kf."P fj'ti . cr"7v r " :- .- . . iW ."r .x -j- - -i I J i r -!iyv ". tXS?il TT J 5 : isr . avu i::fi i I ri t- tt . r:.."! ' fri Y 111- i fe A Weekly Niwtppr Derated to ike 8took-ririg Agricultural Miser! 2iactiel tat otter InterejU of Taylor Tezu. VOLUME 1. ABILENE TAYLOR TOTXETTY TEXAS FRIDAY MAY l l NUMBER 8. d0UN TAYLOR I V P t w SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy three months f0 cents. One copy one year Sl-Y). ADVERTISING RATES. Regular advertisements. f0 rents per inch per month column measurement. Transient auvertiKeincius m per men per month. Leeal advertisement? $1 por inch. Ivocal business notices 10 cents per line the first week and 5 cents per Hue for each additional week. Professional cards on lirst page $S per year. Half page and page advertisements will have special terms given on applica- tion. JProfewtional Cards'. J. U. USZIX M. D. JXO. HODMAN M. I. RODMAN & ISBELIi PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office tn Kearof Carter's D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

issrrn '''( --- -r -.ISApyRr? -. ' '' y& 1 -W? te tv I f ? THE TAYLOR COUNTY MWS LOWBV NKELY I'nblithen. ABILENE - - TEXAS. CURRENT TOPICS. Tlie News in Brief. PXKSOKAXi AKI FOUTICAX. Earl Graxviixe stated In the British House of Lords on the 21st that tne con- dition of affairs justified tho putting of the army and navy of tho nation in imme- diate rcadines for service if required. General Law-ton of Georgia has de- clined tho Russian mission in order to re- lieve tho President of all embarrassment and to avoid a possiblo controversy in the Senate next session. Ten thousand Sunday-school children of Dublin marched to Phaonix Park on the 21st and presented an address to tho Prince and Princess of Wales. The President has appointed Lewis Mr- Mullen appraiser in New York notwith- standing tho Senate refused to confirm him before. The first Comptroller of the Treasury decides that Commissioner Colman has Iroad and unlimited power to carry out disinfection nnd quarantine to prevent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

SPWIPptfT Pu: ik; w -5.CW -"-i li.-ii1 f .jiO!? i H ' 5 - $; &vbf! :-f?'fvntS t--".nU ;:v s if 4 V fc M' r .r Til J. ' 4 i - jjijt 3: MO-?. J ti ! Ip: Tif ! T i A ! i i -I i ! "'.. $ W jraswa?5T i j t ' Ifc f 1 5l ttC f y 4 f i' THE TAYMB flPm-BWa LOWKT KKBLT fSlHken. r ABTUENE -TK&a&J HlNC ILUE LACHRYME." Whem irrt wo married rem did not affrijrM xho next-door neigsbon with iwaeeialj row. - - I was darling ' tbea aad. jour heart's do- light' You hate mo now." " Wjjen first we married. If I stopped out late You did not Krecltne with a low'rinjrbrow: Your eyes were dancing and you kissed me You scold me now." ""When first wo married you abjured the club. Nor came homo lodgo-nig-hts well I won't say bow. Your friends dropped In wo had a quiet rub I'ts poker now." """When first wo uuirriod you 'adored my friends You'd mako them welcome and cigars allow. To-day a cigarette your noo offends They don't come now." """ When first wo married you brought homo each day A fragrant p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

W-sfps! ?wraM SBBI nrJ 5tsm saiciir E?ShSfiPri &3& a fc-TCMfefi li' fJ eT1l-?i a - 'I ".". j. . . c i .. Jirr-. " - 7HT r? if ' -Ji "AM --.; "If I' VHgig' ABILEKEi J:A.lM7i ri! -ru ri3 1" . .: r1 rt & !t JJ-. mLi"!1 ' 7 i. a -.'. P a Jl-r ( . .r.-aU Mtf 'niPi I4 -V'' FSIDAT KAY m UK. " t l 1T -"- Mayor Carter cago Iim teflitsted! iuit against the Chicflfar-0x and oth- er in nmB aggregating $800000 for liel. - General Grant's condition con- tinues to iioprove and hopes are now entertained of hiB ultimate 'I .' tin another colnmn-irill be fonmd: - mtrwufrtia n of Chi-1 by Mr. Bogax from a well lie is recovery. The Colorado Graphic advises their Base Ball Club to " knock the stuffing out of the Abilene'. Club." Are they able to do it t The Abilene people are looking with a hopeful eye for the con- struction of the Gulf Colorado & Santa Feroa3 tothat place. Let Abilene array herself and bring everything to bear that it can to bring the road to that point. She cannot affo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

UWJ LIVSTC. VjrW-JW r:ic --z- .:.? y -T? '''"- .v. HVlt 1.1J1TV''1AI 233&F - '.'l.JfTfT -TT." Lr; jfc - "T 5iT? . i.1iS i. i .srssi?j ' . V3 J."itI Stt w . ; L.i .. -&? &. ' i - !?.-. - rs ri- --Vji JS r- v.'iB "S- 'A ' I 1 rjSifc?! is: i LOWBT KKMLT ABILENE. TEXAS. Ts Xaifot fVoia . Kqieclall j AfeOcBe. Wife many ytmn txu mimtm isi aritar- Ingtssnsnii 6m &tom Mtxfcsts. -h lsrtrsoftbeTtsisstTtities &d smtisfu and trimraJns; correspond- iwtltin the most attractive taste which salt tkose only who desire to purchase ' the leading strles I am proud to state I hare always given entire aatlifaction to lady friends here and elsewhere. I-haVe Jnt received an "inventory'' frosaNew York consisting of all the novelties now on market which affords me the great pleasure to announce in the commna of the valuable News. " My trade is opening np with bright prospects and I am receiving many in- quiries from home and abroad asto the styles and novelties. I have good customers who ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

r bpv ? . - -Xejk 14JPrt "V f vV iga.fc- t l -1 :7 julP-i k -; fpi1 . -;? rtr 13 a rush of wArns. J J Terrible Dwtraeitaav post la Kimii AWUfWtor rir to Twelve Feet High HiimlwiH Awty .With Their Cwcapaate IaWeM IFearfal Lets ef Ufa. Wichita Kas. April 2.i-A.iiiJptcl from Kingman Ka.; gives -thv detail! of a flood yesterday lu the Uiaoescah lliver caused by 'a waterspout. Th river rose at the rate of five feet In thirty min- utes and in a little time was out ol the banks but the people thought there 'was no danger. On the watercamc however and some small out-buildings and sheds began to move and almost instautly the whole of South Main street was under a rush of waters which tore houses from their foundations and sent them drifting down the wild and tur- bulent river with families still In them screaming for help.- Fifteen dwellings were swept Into the current with men -women and children iu them tfnd at the mercy of the waters. The number drowned is not known though four wom- en an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

.''STj SfiJ Wlff i IQ.V a: -1 iv;mvsr$ 'i--rta.i ATTTC 1 r T u 3 .- fe? . vv - -r - .1 T' t ' 1. 1 1 ! ? r 4 fe tl 1 k i M I ft r I ' J1 ! ' MISCELLANEOUS. Parisians Ate 13000 donkeys mules xnd -horses last year.. Tho Academic ds AteiLicinc has awarded a prize to an cssuytet who strongly recommends a 'more general use of such diet. X London firm of pencil-makers manufacturer its shaving- and sawdust into an article which the call the '-Dust of Lebanon.' It Ls sprinkled upon the lire to remove the unpleaant smell of cooking noticeable in a room after a meal. British Columbia is realizing the benefits of its excellent harbors and magnificent foresti. Two milling com- panies with an aggregate production of 35000000 loot of lumber are now cutting exclusively for the export trade. They ship to China Australia. Sand- wich Islands and even to England. We had in 1880 nearly 2000000 "common laborers." The number of clergymen in 180 was 64000 against 43.000 in 1870; the number of lawyers G4.0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 1 May 1885

i. r M a . lmj t w of hope. Apn. iM8s miLLiif en I i '4 - BY XIS8 FAKSIE COX. J ? ; : v Poor7 bt JReapectefrle. This phrase has so long been in use in this country that it de- serves to: take rank among the proverbs'or wise sayings of 'great men. It is generally used as a qualification of character and im- plies thatJMr. So-and-so is passa- able but on the whole don't amount to much. The term is an admission that the poor may by a wondrous stretch of liberality be- come respectable though in the 'estimation of some poverty is a crime of heinous magnitude suffi- cient to exclude its victims from the pale of first;flass society. This brings up the question as to what is respectability. It certainly is not conferred by money though money is a power which was lever and will ever be respected. Not- withstanding this faqt we find as much that is disreputable among the wealthy as among the poorer classes. The man of money has this advantage a certain line of conduct on his part may be con-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 8 May 1885

h; ?! ''l " 1 ft. I' 5 -r Tiii-Bfi am tum nni dm y News Ttxu VOLUME ABILENE TAYLOR OOIJJSTY TEgAS FRIDAY MAY 8 18P OTHVtBER ! ' The TAYLCto Couni i A Wnkly Itwiftyt Dtrttoi to tat.aNktaiiaf Agriwltml. IfinHl MmthMl ami ttk hUmti tf ftyhr I '' i W I I . i II I 1. F ?:v timcmrnon mates. One copj tkroe months. SO cents. One copy one year 1 .50. ADVEflTISIK RATES. Regular advertisements 50 cents per lnco pernontb colamn measurement. Transient ad verflaements $1 per inch per month. Legal advertisements $1 per inch. Local business notices 10 cents per line the first week and 5 cents per line for each additional week. Professional cards on flrstpage $8 per year. Half page and page advertisements will have special terms given on applica- tion. Professional Cards. J. X. IgBrLL X. D. JNO. TODMAX X. O. RODMAN & ISBEIX PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Office in Rear of Carter's Drugstore. AB1L"ENE TEXAS. DRS CARRIXGTOX & FIELD Office over Cameron's Bank. ABILEN'E TEXAS. D. G. CHALMERS ATTORNE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 8 May 1885

s??nai -vr ra wA J fiMi ( jJ-'VFi ' v'""r rr . t l 'M -. S" ''" h" -Spfaijfqjfi f- ' - . :j5 jsh fej t - L ".I n -! m -? i -- FE5B V fc-?-'' ss -t f""fr1' -r? THE TAYLOR CODM HEWS IXJWRY N'KELY luh!lshers. ABILENE - - Tvas. CURRENT TOPICS ! . Tho NexTS in Brief. PEBSOXAX. AND TOMTICAT- The President ha3 appointed John H. "Williams of Indiana Third Auditor of the Treasury. Secretary E.vdicott denies that there are any differences between himself and General Sheridan. Sen has boon entered against E. Jj Baldwin of Los Angeles CaL by Lou Perkins for $303000 for breach of promise of niarrlase. Coloxel Switzler of Missouri has boen offered tho chief clerkship of tha b l- roau of statistics. It is an important of- fice and it has attached to it quite a snug salary 2000. It is tho general opinion of the European jtress that Gladstone's recent utterances make war certain. It is said that John Kelly tho Tammany leader is rapidly break Ing down in health and is greatly troubled with insomnia. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 8 May 1885

Stf "i Jinpn- V VVU "il Jt: SK .- X--- . 1 TH ? - Iw.- I lit & Ff vr THE TAYLOR COUOTT JEWS. LOWKT '3fEfXT; PaklUliett. ABILENE.1 TEXA& MY GUEST. S kar a magi of 1Imm gnad tod high Konesobltr can be foand in all the eartk .And ret contest .beaUtainyliBable haarth -xhla.risitant bfdes km? and quietly. "My guest Is partial and is pleased to bo A welcome genial comnulo iu my home. There sometime Is a whisper! must roam"-?- But still the'lingercr dreads to turn from ma. Ur guest Is fond of musing- and we sit For hours together iu strange silentness Amid the many thoughts that round us press By dreamy tendrils of communion knit. This remnant presenc3 by the ties of timo. Is wondrously allied to human kin. And eerie bourls not understood havo been Enwovcn to and f ro through every climo. My house is fragile open to the winds That sweep it piercingly on every side. 1 can net build atrahiRt the storm and tide Of doom nnd orteu chilly spray iny vision blinds. 2Iy friend! my friend! w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 8 May 1885

KS&1 L'JtiiI' Fl SBBHSIgCT lf tr-t! hr SC4 ISSt - r rib ;i '? u. J? PoMil Pi jwtPprm vj? r-4 V 1 W& s' i til 1 1 u mVmmT ' " " fflS WTlMDffl HIS. M ABILENE. . . TEXA& J. A. Uwry ui S. L. Netly Biitore. FRIDAY MAY 8 1SS5. Eight thousand coal miners are on a strike in Illinois. ! Albany wants a ten thousand dollar school building. Kunnels has her cap set for the Gulf Colorado & Santa railroad. Six thousand coal miners are jon the verge of a Btrikein Ohio. The fruit crop around Terrell is said to be immense. The Surprise and JYcie Era of Lougyicw have been consolidated. Fort Worth is trying to enforce the Sunday law. The residence of W. II. Jones of Waco was destroyed by fire on last Monday morning. A special to the Gazette says a copper mine was discovered near Colorado City lasf week. A h Iter at the Tremont House Ctiiveston exploded last week killing several people. T. - " " ' Jim Cave was uirested at Cole-1 man last Saturday on a charge of' violating the revonuo law...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 8 May 1885

v 15.- - iv .; "tic t?.-" 1 m '.Ik s fe m j tlJfS TO?JW k i-' i- t i -t i; V' THE -TAYLOR CflDM HEWS. tOWBV KKELY lallLhers. ABILENE. TEXAS. For acompreheiiiive vieir of the general business of Abilene attention ieWUed to the Business Directory; bnt when' a party be- gins to cast about where bargains are to be had we refer him to our advertising columns. Liberal ad- vertisers are the men to go to for bargains. x "Sister what do the gentle zephyrs say!" "Elkhart!" The copper and silver pros- pect recently found assays richly and the quartz vein near Buffalo Gap coiitnns silver and probably gold and if Mr. Lee succeeds in striking a good bed of coal Abilene will be more fbrtnnate than she thought of becoming. King of the storm Elkhart. 9 Mr. W. II. Chaille of Abilene Texas called in to see us one ' day last week and informed us that he Business at the stock yards is j intended to remain in this section Sham trio Skui Beltw Coal . And iHll in tfee'leld with rictory. un- furled aad view...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 8 May 1885

t.vrtAj.TM'.- S'mI6 - -or .'w?-- ;- c i- t .At v ; it Pl-I'T 'l.iKr?tt4tW'2S J rrtTJv '4 f v i' -J ' r 1 fi. "W0lBfWHm?y ' W S tiw - L t Veiy K1MI7 la K 0m rutle mt nFmta flMe ef th Watet I'MMf to Adair kaHireABicrIc.N Loxdcw JAprtt 30. At toe btnqaet tendered ti Hemry Irving last afgbt at the Criterion the Earl of Warnctlffe pre- sided. Among the scores of notable guests praceat were the Dike of Beau- fort Admiral Sir Henry Keppel K. C. B. and Mr. John Lawrence Dale the come- dian. Mr. jlrvins wai grcatcd with en- thusiasm. In responding to the toast of his health ' the distinguished actor re- marked that it was easy to admire and love A merle's" while remainining a thor- ough Hritod. It was upon this essential kinship of the two great poople that be delighted to dwell when aa upon this occasion their flags were displayed aide by side. No English- man who bad learned to know the Ameri- cans as he had could ever view that em- blematic kindred without a thrill of pleasure at the toke...

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