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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

VOL. 3. NO. 3. The Herald. Published every Saturday morning at Pull »»n, Whitman county, Washington . 4)1 Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. SATUKDAY... NOVEMBER 15, 1890 Union Pacific Railway. From Tollman, daily: EAST-BOUND: Ho. 16, Express, leaves at 5:35 p m Ho. 92, Mixed, leaves at v 11 -.15 a m west-bound: Jo. 15, Express, leaves at 0-.37 p m Do. 91, Mixed, leavos at 1:35 p m Mum Line, Ho*. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er " mill through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Beepers. "Free Chair Cars and Coaches, betwera Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Sorthvrn Pacific Railroad. GOIITO NOBTH: fawpng'T 6.15 » m Freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m GOING SOOTH: Passenger *....* 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CItAWFOBD, Agent. " official DIRECTORY. "~~ *~^ ~~"?!usrc7|ES?~ CONGREGATIONAL ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

Tlie Herald.! ISOXAS NT,!.. Postn ; ir:i.L .■>;.*.! ■",. Associate Iklitor. :]■■.-■.- ■.;■ M ■ ;:i!'l'H'N: : ONK YE\t? $2.00 i BiX HOXTIL3 ONLY l.oyl AUYKUI 'm:. ■ i!ATi:S : Ara lilieral, ;•::.! made known on application i?i > j.i'n*».'ii nr by l:c-.ll. '.';, r '.. Nuij ■.■*■ r*t tin- i"t;Hi ' ThWr. Give ci I trial. Lntered at l!.c Font OlEce tor rnmßmifeion ii, lie Miiii.4 at Bocu3<l-( lass ';:.: • . fli l~\ t ft 7 ri i 1 j liiO uliul \iii\ U\iilSil.lllU ; V By FRANK R. ST33STOIT. Author ol "Rudder Grange," "Am™ Kll- ] br!(i:l>l," "Tho l!ro !!an t.f On," "T'.io ! fhrU'.inna TTrrcli," "The Lad; or the j Tiger," "The l*te 5Sr». Null," "The \ Humlrritiii "Shu, "1 !i<- Castltij Away j of Mr». l^irks and Mr«. Alrsliine," "The ; I>uranf«V etc. : 1:10 c":«'er received this message and ! v."&3 disposed to loo!; upon it us a new i trick, but i>! no time was to be lost he ; sent a corjKiral'a guard to the fort, and | there discovered an Irish sergeant by the name of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

r*fJnfWINGS OF LOVE. ' I/ - . TABERNACLE SERMON ON THE EX PERIENCE OF RUTH. : • ' Oriel' 1'1' Scene and the Encouraging lv»U <>n"f Hiiai—Ruth Had Become J Vffl|na t»ry Kxlle for Love. an.l Her Re- W«« Gr.au J3KOOKLYN. Sept. 14.—The subject of the discourse by Dr. Tahnage today as "Wings of Love." the famous preacher taking for his text the words.' ■•The Lord Hod of Israel, under whose! wings thou art come to trust"—Ruth 0,13. Scene—An Oriental harvest Held. Grain standing. Grain in swaths. grain in sheaves. At the side of the field a white tent in »bicb to take the nooning, jars of yin tU or of sour wine to quench the thirst of the hot working people. Swarthy men striking their sickles into the rustling barley. Others twisting the bands for the sheaves, putting one end d the band under the arm, and with the free arm and foot collecting the sheaf. Sunburned women picking up the stray straws and bringing them to the binders. Boaz, a tine looking Ori ental, gray bearded and brigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

l 3iilliii«.« Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher ,| WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor -^^~^—- j NOTIONS" ABOUT THE SEA. Popular Proverbs and Saying* Concerning the Ocean—Maritime Ex press ions. Improvements in the vehicles, instru ments and modes of navigation have robbed the sea of much of its terrible j character, but we shall, nevertheless, find j existing among the peoples of both con tinents, as shown by their popular pro verbs and sayings, a wholesome fear of the sea, a recognition of its terrible power, as well as many curious notions about the watery element, its inhabitants and its characteristics. The saying of Dr. Johnson, "No man will be a sailor who b*s contrivance enough to get him self into a jail," is more than par alleled by proverbs current among European nations. An old French maxim was: "He who trusts himself on the sea Is either a fool, or he is poor, or'he wants to die." One of the alternatives serves as a poor excuse to the Spaniard, who 6ays: "Better wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

Spring Song. "■ ■ V ' The swift to wheeling and gleaming. The brook is brown in its bed. Bain from the cloud is streaming; And the bow bends overhead. The charm of the winter is broken! ' The last of the spell is said! - - - --■ :.'; s ■--.■.- ,- . The eel in the pond is quickening, The grayling leapt in the stream; What if the clouds are thickening? See how the meadows gleam . The spsll of th« winter is shaken! The work! awakes from a dream I The fir puts out green fingers. The pear tree softly blows, The rose in her dark bower lingers. Hut her curtains will soon unclose; The lilac will shake her ringlets Over the blush of the rose. The swift is wheeling and gleaming. The woods are beginning to ring. Rain from the cloud is streaming; There, where the bow doth cling. Summer is smiling afar off. Over the shoulder of spring! —Robert Buchanan. Some Londoners Are Sensitive. Some of the London newspapers have been inconsiderate enough to harrow the ' feelings of polite society by publish...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

Pullmfiii Horaltl. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher j WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor NEWS 0E THE WHEK. An Epitome of the Hapioings of j Two Hemispheres. i What is Transpiring at the Capital of j the United States—Other Very Interesting News. Signor Sued has begun his 46-day fast. Boston is pushing her rapid-transit scheme ahead. New York is going to have a new hotel ten stories high. New York city has this year 215,164 registered voters. A New Jersey bishop has begun a cru sade against race tracks and pool rooms. Over 1,700 head of cattle were shipped from Baltimore to English ports last week. Ixjwell, Mass., is to have a new $250, --003 city hall and a new *150,000 public library. The New Jersey clergymen are mak ing appeals to the congregations to aid ' Ireland. The Ohio law compelling the payment of wages every two weeks was declared constitutional. "Old Faithful," the famous Yellow stone park geyser, is to be duplicated for the World's Fair. The general passenger agents of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

PALOUSE VALLEY. HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. tuimiiiniin ran COLLED FROM PA boon: OOUXTKT NEWSPAPERS! UNIONTOWN. From Journal, 7th inst. At the school election held on last Saturday Mr. John P. Hoefor wag sleeted director in place of Mr. Carbuhn, ' anil Mr. Thomas ScuofTeri was re-elected clerk. The John Michel building has been lathed and is ready for the plasterers. Tbo Hilliard block ia being lathed and partitioned off into rooms and will be ready to plaster the first of tho week. Th? Esmond house is to change ownership on or about December Ist, Mr. Pet; Thomas haying sold the same on last Friday to a gentleman named Heitz-.n,:!!, hailing from Kansas. Mr. H. is said to bo an old hotel man and has returned to Kansas after his family. As Boon as lie arrives we understand he will move the hotel to the corner of the lot nud make several extensive improve ments on the building. Bold, bad and sneaky thieves gained en entrance to Henry Michel:, goueral merchandise —in town on Wednes day, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 15 November 1890

"•Of -1"" - i^Ti^iin rTa'aaafiT'^lii] THOMAS NKILL, Pußi.isxriß. | WILL ALLEN, Associate Editor. \ TKHIIS OF si::isci:irnoN: ; OHK YEA!* $2.OO: aix MONTIS ONLI 1.00 . i ADVERTISING RATES i 1h liberal, nr.il mode known on application in : person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rat**. Give- us n trial. Hntored at tin- Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Hates. Letter From Washington I). ('. Special Correspondence to the Herald. Washington*, Nov. 7.—The president, ; like the rest of the republicans, is both j surprised an.l disappointed at the result of t'aa elections. Ho knew, of course, ■ that under tho circumstances it would i have boon little short of a miracle for the ; republicans to have retained control of the ho;ise of representatives, but the i vorv large gains made by tho democrats j astonished him as much as it did the I democrats themselves, and he is deeply disappointed to think that the result has | b on obtained solely by the votes of; repub...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

VOL. 3.* NO. 4. The Herald. Published evory Saturday morning r.t Pall- I an.'.. Whitman county, Washington . All Adv«rtisaairait» will be confirmed and charged [or until ordered ont. SATURDAY...NOVEMBER 22, 1890 Union Pacific Hallway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: Row 16, Express, lea-res at 5:35 pm ho. SB, Mixed, leaves at 11:15 a m wr.ST-nocxD: N>. 15, ; '""-• leaves at 9:37 p m No. 51, Hi ;. '■■•'-at 1:35 pm >iaiu 1 : 'i • No->. 1 and -• "The Overland Fly er," carry :■'!.;>> Pullman Sleepers, Colonist „..).:- Free '■':■<'•■ Car§ and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, On .:.:i. Kansas City. St. Looi», Bt Paid >r Chicago. Mian Line, No* 8 arid 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," cenj Pullincn Dining and Sleeping Can between Portland and Chicago. Sorlhcrn Pacific Railroad. <; iota NORTH: j»,«-« .zc~ 6.15"am Freight ani Accommodation 9.03 a m GOINO «OCTn: riissenser 7.05 p m Froiglit nnd Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. OFFICIAL, DIRECTORY. CHOBCHH3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

, lAlicI Alic HcretldJ rij TiICMAS :;'i.;. rnusnn. '."{^VKAa . SS.OO ; is Koxrir? o'siu. LOO ; ';-■ l'..?t'u «:.ii ai::>!c !ino'.vo i-a appllcctjea in • ' • l*fsc% or !)..• ).i;;:i. !.<-s,U Koticw Ot (!;C l^pj ; '•?••«. i:' „v« .. trial. ; 'rJsieU .1 t! .:"■■:. ■ u-r TrarLsa>i:»i«a in : ;i.-> \ ■ ■ : '••:■■ ■■ H-A \'.nm\ ~\\ , on \rnnipnto 111(5 Wall Vi dl oviiulUlu, « i Bj FBAHS: B. grOQgTOH. ' latUer of "Rodder Otmrnge," "Aims Kil '■ : I;!;!," "Tim Uco "lan of Ota." "TUe OkriMtma* Vt'rtijt." "The Lady «r Iha l',-7«:r," "Ti;e Sj»t<: Him. Sail," "Tlio ■ J2i::ic!rc«!ni Staa," ""■'■»■ Ceslinc Away . r "•"■•■. !.<Tii« suil Sn. AlesUlue," "Tho :' ■:•. •:.."." etc. ' as tne \?:.'..n approdclievl, the stern ' jacket of tlio Adamant was let down and kho c-n;rinc3 were glowed. This stern'j j:v..-\. vvi-.cH protecting thie rudder and [jjrapeUers, looked very much like the c.o'.' catcher of a locomotive, «;i:d was ra 'pci-ie of being put to a somewhat similar : i:.x\ it was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

mMM in POLITICS. -» TAt-MAGE'S PRACTICAL SERMON j FOR PRACTICAL MEN. ' I n ,i, Ballot I>>\ Is Surrounded by Corrupt'"" 1* the ''""■ for the ChrU d to Work Hardest — Daniel's Expe rience- WACO, Tex., Aug. 31. Dr. Talmage i Ui delivered the following discourse the tost. "Then the king command °'l an( they brought Daniel and cast him' into the den of lions."—Daniel ri 16- Darin* was king of Babylon, and the ung man Daniel was so much a fa •,,riU' with him that he made him prime minister, or secretary of state, gut no man could gain such a high po rtion without exciting the envy and jealousy of the people. There were demagogues in Babylon who were so appreciative of their own abilities that ties were affronted at the elevation of \ t ljjs young man. Old Babylon was afraid „f young Babylon. The taller the cedar the more apt it is to be riven of the lightning. ' These demagogues asked the king to make a decree that anybody that made , petition to any one except the king within thirt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

Pullman Herald. THOMAS NEILL - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor THE GROWTH OF CLOCKS. ANCIENTS SCORED THE HOURS WITH WATER TIMEPIECES. ■farrrloai Development of the Clock In duatry 111 Thiit Country—Same Famous Old Cloekn That Have Existed for Hun dred* of Yearn—Kli Terry. The dropping of water through a small hole in a jar was used by the Greeks and Romans as the rough measure of time, the water being either measured in the jar from which it flowed or else by means of a floating piece of wood in a receiving jar. Occasionally some very wealthy ancient Greek or Roman had a clepsydra that sounded a musical note at intervals of an hour. The story of King Alfred and his twelve candles, each of which burned for exact ly two hours, is well known. The hour glass is also of early date. We read that in the early history of New York the soldiers used hour glasses when defend ing the city in order that they should know at what time to mount guard. At what period in the world'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

FA CURIOUS WRINKLE. (jjmM Ann" Very Peculiar IteqilMt to ! * Her I tin »!•■ Oesrendanta. In general heirlooms and bequests re curiously intermixed with the Joniic and the tragic. I heard of an estimable family who at one time re yeed in the possession of a relative who was sick as well as eccentric. She as great-great grand aunt, or some thing of that sort. In her youth, and even" old age, she was gifted with re markable beauty of form. While she left this family the bulk of her for tune she also left them a singular be nuest, which involved a simple pair of j black silk stockings and $1,000. The I terms accompanying this bequest were j as follows: The stockings were to re main in the family to be transmitted from generation to generation until j some female member of the family could till them without a wrinkle be- : in? apparent. In such a case the young lady should receive the 1,000 and all interest ac- j cruing thereon since the day of deposit i in the bank. A queer bequest, tru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

JrMillniK,!! Herald. THOMAS NEILL. - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN. - - - Associate Editor NEWS OF THH WEEK. An Epitome of the Happenings of Two Hemispheres. What is Transpiring, at the Capital of the United States—Other Very Interesting News. In Chicago coal has been put up to ijit.lU a ton. New Hampshire's corn crop is the best she has had for years. Secretary Noble has refused a second time a recount of New York city. The Washington monument is to be oiled as a protection against the weather. Leavcnworth military prison lias been constituted an independent military post. [1 is believed Governor Hill of New- York will be chosen United States Sen ator. Chicago wants $2,500,030 more to prop up its tumble-down ftt,OOO,OOJ Custom house. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company has declared a semi-annual dividend of l".. per cent. An English syndicate is said to have paid $4,003,000 for iron concerns at j Ybungstown, 0. A i>ill prohibiting the exportation of timber and lumber failed to pass t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

j^KJSE VALLEY I rU ;'!.NiN ;iS OTHEB towns! MsstfTJ* 3 nisra cvuxd it.om p- A ,.ci?;2 corxxi-.Y newspapers. _ j COLFAX. gcoamonarlith.inet. 1 young man named fe™ MoVay registered at the Far ■ jjotet About 11 o'clock he came . •ma down the stairs and .-aid to the ' .tfielor. ,T. A. Davis, that a man was :: him. Davis weut up \rith >'• aaJ 3 ask id where his assailant. Ho replied in ie next room. pjris toU Limit T*a ■ ■ jination and i;[t bin. ' vbout three o'clock in the morning £& awakened by a boisa in McVuy's ri x.:a, r.nd ling in found that he had &«cl all hi.: bedding on the floor and J^ ! v iug ou it fully Irei isd, and mak .nt , B ge inarticulate Bound. He flrferoJhnaoutofthehouso. Yestenlfl'' morning officer Duncan parted M Vay while he ''■■'-- looking, ■tosaid, "for somebody on tho top of m electric light pole." In the afternoon j^as , : imiaed by Doctors Mitchell und Baling in Judge Inman'a court juJ pronounced insane. Ho is a native BfKebJ '■'■'■:■ lof age. V,'. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 22 November 1890

The I-lerald. THOMAS NEiI,L, Ptnunn. WILT. ALI.KS, Atsnctatc Editor. TEUMS OF B0BBCHIWIOH: OSS TEA 15 $2.00 SIX MO.NTU4 ONLY 1.00 ADVKHTISING'KATEH ■J.t* ii'jcriil, an-} raadf knov n on application in 1 ".-Ton or by inuM. Jx-gal Notices at the Ifgal rale?. Bi»e tm ii trial. i'iiK-r«(l at tba Pet Offica for TraiiFmiFsion in tlie liiaili. at Second-dune iiates. Stndests in Trouble. An:: A reck, Mich., Nov. 17 —There is little abatement of ths excitement caused by the death of rtnuent Dennison, as a result of tha etudent-militia riot. l.ievea town boys were arrested, but v.rro afterward released for want of evidence. The town boys showed their rlisfipj „ii BtioD of the mayor's action by hanging him in effigy yesterday. War-1 rants for the arrest of twenty town boys and students lave been issued. The coroner's inquest resulted in securing a mass of very contradictory evidence, and tlie (i.d will net be reached for ecvaral days. The Speakership. V7aseinoson, Nov. 17 —Springer of Illinois...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

VOL. 3. NO. 5. The Herald. Published eTeI7 Saturday morning at Pull ju Whitman county, Washington . 11l AdvertMenients will be continued and charted for until ordered out. SATURDAY... NOVEMBER 22, 1890 OF nomination. This certifies that the chairman and secretary of a primary held in the coun cil chamber, on the evening of November •>6tb. 1890, for the purpose of nominat " three couneilmen anb one treasurer, have certified to me that the following named persons were nominated on the Citizens ticket, viz: For conncilmen, Thomas H. Kaylor, of Pullman, by occupation, real estate agent and grain Martin Zender, of Pullman, by occu pation, blacksmith. ' W. J. Windus, of Pullman, by occupa tion, merchant. For treasurer, Archie White, of Pullman, by occupa tion, druggist. , At a meeting of the citizens held on the evening of the 28th, the following irere nominated: For couneilmen, ; J. B. Sanborn, A. A. Miller and Hen- , c Williamson. For treasurer, Archie White. T , . , ; In witness whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

3&ii?e Me ret Id. rat;! :Vlhr. A.ZL?.X, .;•-..•.-:,;.;? Editor. TiltilS OF SCEKCJ?iP3ION:; ONE V' ■ '■'.' $2.C0 BiX ■ ■■. ■Ib ONl»l i.O>> /.pVESTBIKG KATES }.*** ■■■■!.. :«i ntftcto faiorzn on * ,'■■■!::. in ywnfta or by mail. J^g'il "■■•■ ii ■■■ at the iojol r.-»i*.«. g fiiye n» a iria. I I: ..i.■:■.••■ p.wt C'.'Sco for Tram mis ion to i th» '■'..'.• nt 6 ■■.-.r.-'. \a -■■ [lutce. Til Great War Sptete. w By FSAIX B. BTOCKTOa. Author <,! *i".::<ilhT Crausc" "AIHM Ei!- i tjiij'ii," '-Tlic 800 !Iu of Crn," "The ' CTllllfM V.'rwV "Iho ijßiiy or the \ ST^er." "The If!» r'. r -r>. Null," "T!>. ; ; RosMlradfb 51a'.!." "The Castins Away j cf ?2r<. La«ka :uvJ Kn. Omhtllr." "Tlie ! i 15-.?«r.ii*«'!i." **?. Aceororngsy, ween au tno orners asa left Cue ship, tho captain <;f the Crag levin and his first officer came on board ! tLb rcpell v, curiously observing th* fprinf; armor over which they passed by ; means cf light gangboard with hand ; raiL They were received b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

DEAD SEA AND JORDAN. I SERMON DELIVERED BY DR. T. DE WITT TALMAGE. The Eminent Divine Continues His Nar ration of His Tlirillingly Interesting Journey Throusl" the Holy —Full . el t of the Discourse Is Hero Given. Brooklyn. Oct. 26. -Dr. Talinage preached the fifth sermon of the series on his tour in the Holy Land in the Academy of Music in this city this morning. This evening at The Chris tian Herald service in the Academy oi Music, New York, the sermon was rp peated before an audience which filled the vast buildi«s in every part. Dr. Talma?" announced as his text Psalm c j v 32- "He toucbeth the hills and ,tiey smoke." He said : David the poet here pictures a vol cano, and what Church's Cotopaxi does on painter's canvas this author does in words. You see a hill, calm and still and for ages immovable, but the Lord out of the heavens puts his linger on the top of it and from it rise thick vapors, undershot with fire. ••He toucheth the hills and they smoke. " GOD'S -..\nOLS TOOLS. Go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

Pii.llma.il Herald. \ HOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher FILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor] DRINKING WARM BLOOD. ?on»iimptlvo» \Vlu> S\i:illon a Pint Each Day— <)l Doubtful i:< n.lit. She was a slight, pale girl, and though .he air was balmy, a shiver ran through «er frathe. As slie put the silver goblet, 'which anon liad been lilled with hot alood, down on the blood besmeared txiard it could be seen that the vessel was smpty. The maiden with the pallid theeks smacked her tips and then said, in a low, sweet voice, to the burly butcher before her: "That blood tasted especially good to- Jay." "Will you have another, miss?" "Yes, I think I will." The butcher disappeared, but he was back in an Instant. "That will just make a pint today," he remarked, as he poured the dark life Quid, rich and reek ing, into the girl's silver goblet. She .drank it with apparent gusto. Then she 'turned, without speaking a word, left the gloomy building, and a moment later was whirling homeward in a ca...

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