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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

A SERENADE. *"*• (Jome out to the side of the sea, my lor*, Come out to t!ie side of the sea; The sun is set, and 'ho stars are met, An ! the ivitids and the waves agree; But the star bo bright nor wave so light Bring! pleasure or peace to me. 0 eotno. for I sit and wait, alone,' Ou the rocks by the side of the seal I am going down in my memory , To tha blessed long ago. When the l olden ground of the buttercups Was dashed with the daisies' snow. And I'm thinking of all you said to me. ' Ami If it were true or no. While I watSo the tide as it runs away From the beach so block and low. If I should die. my love, my sweet, Die of your smile forlorn. Bury me here by the side of the sea. Where all my joy was born. Where the waves shall make my lullaby. And the winds from night to morn Shall say tut ho rocks, "Ho has gone to sleep Where all his joy was born." —Alice Cary. A-ln » of the Dead. I have a German friend, an artist, whose father was for many years one of the best known professor...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

IPiilliiiJi.il Hernltl. THOMAS KILL - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN. - - - Associate Editor I NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring at the Capital of the United States—Other Very Interesting News. Texas has $1,460,000 in her treasury. The hot springs of South Dakota are j budding into prominence as a famous resort. There is an exodus from Western Kan sas. Reason: No crops for season after season. It is proposed to set aside a part of Rock Creek park as a country home for the President. Cattle thieves have been supplying the ! cities of Oklahoma with beef from the Cherokee strip. .Secretary of the Navy Tracy is spoken of as the successor of Kvarts as Senator from New York. The $47,000 appropriated for the relief of distress in Oklahoma, it is said, will go bat a little way. The police count of New York's popu lation shows that 200,000 names have been omitted by the census-maker-'. The Mississippi Constitutional Con vention will adopt strin...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY i ! HAPPENINGS IX OTHER TOWNS, i imIHWIIIIII ITEM* CtXiIiXD FROM FA- ] LOUSE COUSTTBT HKWSPAPBBS. - COLFAX. c From Gaznito. 17th met. I Last Tuesday, W. Cisco, of Alkali flat, ( brought in three onions of the Yellow . Denver variety; they weighed three i pounds and three and one-half ounces, over a pound apiece. Be says he raised < ten bushels, all about the same size and . weight, on a very small piece of ground. , J. W. Hereford, living on Perry li Smith's farm; tied his horse in front of ; Lippitts store Saturday night, and when ; he came to get it found it had dis appeared. On Monday the horse re- \ turned to Mr. Smith's place, and ap peared to have been almost ridden to death, but the $50 saddle that was on him was gone. Officers are after the thieves. , Mr. P. N. Huffman, 5 miles north of ' town, on Dry Creek, suffered quite a loss j I last Monday. He had started to haul \ i off his grain, and was hauling away the j '. first load, when, at a considerable dis ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 October 1890

The Herald. THOMA3 NEILL, Publishes. WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAH $2.00 BIX UONTUS ONLY. 1.00 ADVERTISING hat;:.-; Are liberal, ami made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. Give us a trial. Entered at the Post Office for Transmission in tiie Mails at Second-Class K«te3. " '" ; FOR CONGRESSMAN, JOHN L. WILSON. OQB CHOICE FOB U. S. SENATOR. AVatson C. Squires. Whitman County Republican Ticket. For Auditor, J. J. I-AHWOOD. For Clerk, S. 1). WOODWARD. For Prosecuting Attorney, F. SI. ELLSWORTH. For Sheriff, JOHN LATIIRUM. For Treasurer, JAMES 8. CLAKK. For Assessor, IT. M. BOONE. For Superintendent of Schools, CHARLES W. BEAN. For Surveyor, F. P. MESI'-K. For Coroner, D. It. SHAW. For Commissioners, Ist Diet., BRYAN WESTACOTT. 2nd Diet., JOHN GIBSON. 3rd Pitt., CHAS. W. JOHNSON. State Senators, Cth Dist., B. B. OSTRANDER. 7thl)i.-t., T. J. SMITH. Slate Representatives. ( JOSEPH ARRASIIITH. 7<h Dis,t., •{ ( W. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

VOL. 3. NO. 1. The Ilereilci. publish*"! every Saturday morning at Pull- Whitman county. Washington . ill Advertisements will bo continued and charged for until ordered out. SATURDAY... .NOVEMBER 1, 1890 Union Pacific Italhcay. From Pullman, daily: F..VST-BOCKD: Sc. 16, Express, leaves at 5:35 pm •ii,! 92, Mixed, leaves at 11:15 a m WEST-BOUND: Ho. 15, Express, leaves at 9:37 p m tlo. 91, Mixed, leaves at 1 AS p m Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly tr ,'" carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist fljnei>crp. Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Porti»"d and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Minn Line. Nog. 3 and 4, "Tinl Limited Fast Hail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cure between Portland and Chicago. Xorthcrn Pacific llailroad. GOING KOBTH: PaeKEgor 6.15 a m Freight end Accommodation 9.02 a m going SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Fiught and Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CKAWFOKD, Agent. "~ ~ OFFICIAL! DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONCiUEGATIONAL CHURCII....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

The HeraldJ THOMAS MOLL) Finuim. ) HILL Al.l.S'i', Aanocl&te Editor. TERMS 03? BOU8CEIPTIOM: ONEYF, VK $2.O(» BIX MOU rHS (•>:■, 1.00 ADVERTISING KATES Arc liberal, and ir.i.de known o-i npplicntion in ■ .Tiioii i- by ami!. Leq{al Notices at tlm \«<*al rates. (jive os a trial. (Watered at tl". Pout Office for Transmission in ■ ' •■ '-.' , In at in l-i'!:^.-. Kates. Tie Great War Syndicate. liiC Ulmli ha! ukuilalv. i By FEAITg B. STOOETON. Aulbor of "liudiler (ininr.c," "Amos Kll brlS-il." "The lire Man of Cm," "Tho Christmas Wreck,"' "The Uuly or the Tljer." •The I-ato Mrs. Null," "The Hundredth Bittn," "Tlio Casting Away of 7'lrn. Lack* and Sir*. Ale-shine," "The Pnnantw;," etc. [Cotyrlßht^J l>y P. F. Collier, of ('."■• Once b Week, ami pnblUicd t\v upe-ir.) wransecHT:! tr!Mi bin lui<n;;ii t.i« American Press &si : tlcu. All ri-'.ts reeerrad.) FRANK R. STOCKTON'. In the spring of a certain year, not far from the doseof t:i2 Nineteenth century. When the political...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

"AND HIS WILL IS OUR PEACE." * i^otlew soul of man, unsatisfied WSb the world's empty noise and feverish glare, cJk with Its hopes of happiness denied, jjo dust and ashes of its promise fair. 9tß/l i sod buffeted, thy days perplexed, Thy cherished treasures profitless and vain, *-h»t comfort hast thou,captive, thwarted, vexed. Mocked by mirage of Joys that merge in pain? •Though love be sweet, yet death la strong, and (till Inexorable change will follow thee; Yea, though thou vanquish every mortal ill, Thou ihalt not conquer mutability! «%t> human tide goes rushing down to death; Turn tnou a moment from its current broad, •nd Uiten, what is this the silence saith. Oh soul? "Be still, and know that lam God!" The mighty God: Here sjialt thou find thy rest, 0 weary one! There is naught else to know, Nsuffbt else to seek—here thou may'st cease thy quest, Give thyself up. He leads where thou shalt go The changeless God! Into thy troubled life gte»l» strange, sweet peace; the pride tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher j WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor ; Best Disease for Lazy Men. Heart disease is the best hold of lazy men-^an ally and friend of long stand ing and constant service. It enables him to play his little confidence game on his friends of dilating for hours upon his feelings and sufferings, while his family : hustles around for the food that lie ought to provide both for himself and them. There are genuine diseases of the heart, of course, but every little twinge, jerk or i sensation in the heart does not indicate that there is an organic disturbance any more than a headache indicates disease of the brain. The heart is affected like every other organ of the human body, and resents any violation of the laws of nature in eating or drinking or other ex cess. Whatever the cause may be, when it is removed the heart sliakes itself out and goes on about its proper business as if nothing had happened. The propor tion of persons who have heart di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

j JOPPA TO JERUSALEM. ! DR TALMAGE CONTINUES HIS SER MON ON THE HOLY LAND. "■ Thr R,,«.1« Ip ,tlic C"ff and Over the j| OU ntai"»-~ u"'''"'ls on the Way—The ! j grs< .llte» Returning to Their Ancient l,Hl»l --j Brooklyn, Oct. 5.—-Dr. Tannage is continuing in the Brooklyn Academy of Music his series of sermons on his recent journey to the Holy Land and adjoining countries. The subject this morning was, "My Second Day in Pal estine." After the reading of the Script ure s and two hearty songs of worship by the congregation Hie preacher an nounced as his text: (jalatians i, IS, "I went up to Jerusalem.',' My second day in the Holy Land. We are in Joppa. It is (> o'clock in the morning, but we must start early, for l)v night we are to be in Jerusalem, and that city is forty one miles away. We may take camel or horse or carriage. As today will be our last opportunity in Palestine for taking the wheel, we choose that. The horses, with harness tasseled and jingling, are hitched, and y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

f Piillma.il iieroldL 4 | THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher \ WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor ! NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring at the Capital of the United States—Other Very Interesting News. The Colorado State Treasurer has been sued by New York bankers. Ruin reduced the condition of the i cotton crop nearly 5 per cent, during September. The New York Court of Appeals sus tains the constitutionality of the State Civil Service law. The |K>pulation of the state of Penn sylvania is 5,248,594, an increase of 995, --. 683, or 22 per cent. The waters of Georgia have been planted with about thirteen million shad in the last two years. The Kingfisher capital bill has passed the Oklahoma Legislature, but it is be lieved the Governor will veto it. There is a mad dog scare in Reading, Pa., many people having been bitten by canines supposed to be rabid. The New York Herald's Washington correspondent believes Congress will be called in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY IUPPKNINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. iKTESEaTTXG ITEMS CC-LI.ED FROM PA bOCIBE COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS. COLFAX. From Commoner, 24th nit. Among the big threshing records made this seB80« 1 Frank Dowling reports the following: On the farm of C. E. Moys, near Almota, in a 14 hours run, his ma chine threshed 4020 bushels of wheat, or 1800 sacks of nn average weight of 131 pounds. Ed. Goodla'ra is languishing in the county jail, because of illeged exceeding : tß_dn««i for dog-flsßli. J. 8. D9vlia brought him into town on Monday on ; werrent charging him with stealing two catiiufis. valued at 8100. Devlin found | the animals in Groodlake'a possession,! \ Tho prisoner was placed under $500 bonds by Justice Pattison, pending his prelirainai examination, which will take place to-day. Monday evening, Charles Wright, a bores trader, was arrested on complaint ; of J. F. Brown, charging him with the' larceny of a watch. According to Brown ! he had been talking with Wright about! trading his watc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 1 November 1890

The Herald. THOMAS MULL, Publishes. WILL ALIAS, Associate Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE YEAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY. 1 *>O ADVERTISING KATES Are liberal, and made known on application in ;•< r>ou or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal j.nee. (jive as a trial. Catered ,-it the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Clans Kates. FOR CONGRESSMAN, JOIIX L. WILSON. OUR CHOICE FOR U. S. SENATOR.' Watson C Squires. Whitman County Republican Ticket, For Auditor, J. J. LAUWOOD. For Clerk, S. D. WOODWARD. For Prosecuting Attorney, 1% M. ELLSWORTH. For Sheriff, JOHN LATHKUM. For Treasurer,' JAMES S. CLARK. For Assessor, H. M. BOONE. For Superintendent of Schools, , CHARLES W. BEAN. For Surveyor, F. V. MESICK. For Coroner, 1). H. SHAW. For Commissioners, Ist Dist., BRYAN WESTACOTT. 2nd Dist., JOHN GIBSON. 3rd Dist., CHAS. W. JOHNSON. State Senators, Cth Dist., B. R. OSTRANDER. 7th Dist.. T. J. SMITH. State Representatives. ( JOSEPH ARRASMITH. 7th Dibt., < ( W. C. BR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

VOL. 3. NO. 2. The? Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pnll- JU| Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for nntil ordered out. SATURDAY....NOVEMBER 8, 1890 Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: No. 16, Express, leaves at 535 p m Xo. 92, Mixed, leaves at. 11:15 a m WEST-IKfCND: Ho. 15, Express, leaves at 9:37 p m No. 91. Mixed, leaves at 1:35 p m Main Line, Nob. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. northern Pacific Railroad. DOING NOnTH: " PiMMger 6.15 a m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m OOINO SOUTH: Passenger 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p in E. F. CUAWFORD, Agent. " ~ OFFICIAL DIRECTORS. CHURCHES. "~ ~~~ CONGREGATIONAL CHUKCll.—Services tbe second, fourth and fifth Sabbaths of each month atllo'clocka. m.and 7:3oo'clock p. m. in the Methodist Episcopa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

Tlie Herald. THOMAS NEII.L, Publisher. ILL A U.EX, Associate Editor. TKSMJB OK BUBBCKIPTIO . O^tZ TUMI $2.00 h. . months only i .00 auvi::;t!s.:s:. RiTES Aro liberal, nrd rods known on application in penxia «r t j m:ul. Ijegol Notices at Iba local ••a'CH. <iivo us a trial. LBtorocl Rt t!:r> Pdßt OfSoa for Transmission in the Moils at SercmJ-d&ra Bates. j Tie Great War Syndicate, j By nULHK R. BTOOETOH. Author of "Rudder Grange," "Aram Kll- ! bright," "The iirc Finn of Om," "The Chrlitiuas Wreck/ "The Lii'ly or the Tlg«r," "The Late Mrs. Noll," "The IlnmlretJih Man," "The Casting Away of Mrs. leckn and M«. Aleehine," "The Dmtantcs." etc. Just seven minutes afterward the first shot cams from the Scaraba;us. It parsed over Repeller No. 1, and that vessel, instead of replying, immediately ■teamed nearer her adversary. The director-in-chief deaired to determine the effect of an active cannonade upon the new armor, and therefore ordered the vessel placed in such a position that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

biblTlands "in WINTER ; H e FOURTH SERMON OF DR. TAL • AGE'S ITINERARY SERIES. Brook of Cherith,"' the Good Samari the R»'™'» ""ins of Jericho, and nT • Other Inspiring Scenes and ■ s _T"ne Fountain of !:iisha. ■ nnnoKUT"', Oct. 19.— The widespread and : **Wng interest in . Dr. Talmage's % -2 of sermons on the Holy Land and ■JvLjninjj countries is demonstrated by the ■ hnnsaniis who are turned away from the ! \ %'of the Brooklyn Academy of Music i «anday mornings, and The Christian 5? raid services in the New York Academy , ( Music on Sunday evenings, unable to j a even standing room in those immense | ditoriums. Today the fourth sermon of the scries was preached as before, in this j l-. v in the morning and in New York at 13- [it Having announced as his text Luke 30- "A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho," Dr. Talmage said: I, is the morning of Dec. 5 in Jeru _.| em and we take stirrups for the road Jo« which the wayfarer of old feH among Sieves, who left mMI wounded a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

■ IPullnitt,!* Herald. " j THOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher: WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor i THE "HARMONITE" COMMUNITY. Chat with an Aged "!.<• n nvte"— yard of <;«'nrce ltapp's rollover*. An aged Economite approaches us, ; coining slowly down the shaded path way. He is feeble, but his dark eyes are very bright. His portly frame is clad in the usual suit of blue, and he wears the broad brimmed hat. There are pigs in the field beside him; he tosses them an apple over the fence. They quarrel for : its possession, squealing in rage. He laughs till his fat sides shake. He tosses ! them more apples, fairly exploding with mirth as he watches them crowding and | jostling each other. So on he goes ; out of sight, entirely oblivious of our presence. The pigs follow him as far ! as the boundary of the field will let them, drowning his merriment with their squealing. This man may be said to be a typical Economite. Innocent, honest, simple minded, with little knowledge of tho great out...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

AT THE PLAY. Oft at the play in tranea I seem to BUnd "ntll the last ►hrill bell of naming rings, Long civ the upward rolling curtain flings Its glory outward a fantastic Ikuul— Wall'l'- Love an<l Hatred, Glory and Command- Troop to their places, as the moment brings The prompter, Passion, forth to yonder win,,'*, Übere the scene shifter. Time, is close at hand. AD ,I well 1 know that presently will One Ijel the vast, curtain of Oblivion fall. Then shall we walk abroad, the pageant done. And to each other in amazement call, "Bow couM we think that stage glow was the sun Or ever fancy this were life at all I" —Andrew B. Saxton in Century. THE NANCY LEE. We were well into the Gulf of Bengal, bound for Madras, when one morning, just as night was fading into dawn, I thought I heard a voiej hailing us from the surface of the sea. There are sea birds who cry out almost like human beings, and although I was startled by the hail I dismissed it after a few sec onds as the cry of a bird. S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

Ir*iilliiin,ii Herald. THOMAS NEILL - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN. - - - Associate Editor j NEWS OF THE WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of j Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring at the Capital of the United States Other Very Interesting News. The steamer Klysia landed 1,038 Ital ian- at New Orleans Sunday. Mexico is shipping great quantities of I cigars into the United States. Austin. Texas, has voted *1,400,000 for J water works and electric lights. Thus far Georgia is the only State to enact Lee's birthday, January 19. into a holiday. A society has been incorporated in New York "to protect the young French sewing girls. The gold fields in the Arbuekle moun- j tains in Texas are attracting much at tention in that section. Secretary Noble has instructed Indian agents to permit the Sisters to live in | seclusion if they so desire. Ann Elizabeth Taylor of Westchesterj lias one of the original treaties made be tween I'enn and the Indians. Dr. Cooke, who has been missing from j Chicago...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

WHITMAN COUNTY HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. Ikxebestino ITEMS COLLED FROM PA lottse country newspapers. COLFAX. From Gazette, 31st ult. There is considerable diptheria in town. Dr. B. F. Harvey's little boy is very ill with it, and Dr. W. H. Cravne has two children down with what is sup posed to bo the same disease. There are said to be several other cases. Goo. P. Howard, the well known stockman of Pleasant Valley, will suc ceed L. D. Woodward as manager for Frank Bros. Inplcment Co. in this city. Mr. Howard and family will remove to Colfax early next month and will occupy the Woodward residence, in the south end. Thursday of last week a clerk in the employ of Lippitt Bros, discovered a line of fire running along a board in front of the store. It was easily put out, but might have been disastrous, but for the timely discovery. It is supposed to haye caught from a cigar 6tub carelessly thrown on the side walk. The family of Probate Judge Inman is again deeply afflicted. Tuesday the yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 8 November 1890

The Herald. THOMAS NEILL, Pußi.tsnrß. WILL ALLEX, Associate Editor. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OSS TEAR $2.00 SIX MONTHS ONLY 1 ■«*> ADyEUTISING RATES Are liberal, and mnde known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notion nt the legal rates. Give us a trial. Entered at tlie Post Office for Transmission in the Malls at Second-ClasH Rate*. Walked Out Of Spokane Jail. Spokane Fau^s, Nov. 3.—Charles Lilly, who wan sentenced to five years in the penitentiary at Walk Wall.i on a charge of highway robbery, walked out of his cell soir.e time Sunday morning, and without being questioned, stepped out of the open door of the county jail, unlatched the gate of the jail yard and has not bs.'n seen since. Lilly was sentenced last week, and was kept in jail awaiting papere. Lilly was a consumptive, and on rec ommendation of physician was given a separate cell upstairs in one of the apart ments of the front corridor of the jail. Jailer White left the door of Lillys cell and alto the jail door...

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