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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

r%OMA^SWOKLD. LIFE OF IDA LEWIS, THE FA MOUS LIGHTHOUSE HEROINE. - „ Outdoor Game— She Kept Silent •* " rty years—lining Racing Toilets. I Who Does Housework —Some Wo •i rnßratel" Ine!"*~ Oilils and I.imU. [■ ■.■■fair from the mainland of the •of Newport, R. 1., into the west side jto harbor is a staunchly built log harf ere }on to find OUr way to V lid you would ere long see from the lvhtbouse beyond a woman appear and f'ice in >'""' direction. Presently th agile st she runs down the nar ** ladder fastened to the stone wall, !°* ns nimbly int.' : ' boat. unties it from ■ ooring. t»*«» the heavy oars and I 1?, be-'' llt> of stroke all her own pulls ■!>, > long and a strong pull that sends rflffog toward the steps of the pier en which you wait. Her back is as erect as ' that of ■ young girl, her powerful trength manifest in the great strides the rowboat makes, and yet when she deftly turns it around and you get a good look •t her face it can be '''" that it belongs tt a w...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

Plillmn.ll Herald. 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. i Nebraska has outstripped Kansas in growth of population. The issue of $1,000 treasury notes is called the edition de luxe. Mexico will soon adopt the metric sys tem of weights and measures. The Board of Underwriters at Kansas City is threatened with disintegration. Diphtheria at Lexington, 111., has caused the closing of the public schools. Deserters from the British squadron of the North Atlantic are thick in Hali fax. It is estimated that fully 150 white women live in the Chinatown of New York. Striking salesmen at Pittsburg have compelled employers to accede to their requests. The penitentiaries of Texas have con tributed $71,000 to the State treasury the past year. A large company is going from Kansas City to join the communistic colony at Topo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

PALOUSE VALLEY HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. | tmasßrrrsa ITTItS CC-LLED fbom PA i,ousn eorxTHT newspapeks. COLT'AX. Fiom Commoner 2Hh. iaat. The fears of a diphtheria epidemic are over. The quarantine has been raised, the schools have been re-opened, and all danger is pronounced past. This action jM taken by Health Officer Boswell on Tuesday. Phillip Warren and the KbMahon child have recovered, and the only children now afflicted, Berthing Crayne and Raymond Mockletn, are pro gressing rapidly toward recovery. It can safely be stated that tho disease will cot prove fatal in either case. There was a serious runaway near the railroad depot last Friday. One of the horses was badly wounded by tho wagou tongue. Tho team is owned in Pullman. Mrs. Barnham, wife of a farmer, for merly residing near Pullman, died in this city Tuesday. She was about 50 years old. Services were held at the residence on Wednesday, Rev. Shearer officiating. Interment in Colfas cemetery. Dearies Burnam has sworn out...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 29 November 1890

Tlie idereiicLj IJtIOiI.VS NKILL, Pc&HSJKR. j It ILL ALLIES, Associate Editor. TlU'.il.'J OF BUttsCisUTION: ONE YKAK 52.00 6^i iAO^llia OHL'i .. : 1.00 ADVEKTI£ING KATES Are ilbem), and made aJKiwu ou application in lisnoo or by Tail. Legal Notlona at the legal n.t«s. 0 ive us a trial. Ectired at '.I- l'o*t OSoa for Tninamiesion in lite Hails at Baoond-daai Kates. PULLMAN.' A Trip Over a Branch of the Union Pa dfie.->Flowing Wells. I Walla Walla Union] At Colfax tho Union Pacific throw oatja branch up the South fork of tho , Pa!cuG3 to Moscow, Idaho, a distance of 27 miles, through a very rich agricul tural region. Coifax is situated at the junction of the North aDd South forks of the Palousc, "the heft" of the town being j in a narrow crack of the earth, having . ragged and almost perpendicular sides, | which rise several hundred feet above tho boJ of the small stream, on oub side of which there is room for one long con-1 tracted business street and a narrower oae on which a...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 December 1890

VOL. 3. NO. 7. The Herald.. Published every Saturday morning at Pull ; Whitman county, Washington . ill Ad«'rti senlpnts will be continued and v charged for until ordered out. I^TtrDaT.. DECEMBER 13, 1890. li ■;, •»; aclflc Hallway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: v. 16 Km"— leaves at 5:00 pm jjo! n, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 a m V. -BOUND: V 15, Express, leaven at 11:58 ,i m X'o. 9l! Mixed, leaves at 0:50 p m Jlain Line. So*. 1 and 2, (iThe Overland Fly •' earn' through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist sVperc. >■.. Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Ix.i-.i!-. St. Pan! or Chicago. Mian Line. Noa. 8 and 4, '"The Limited Fast jkil" carry Ml man Dining and Sleeping Cars between Eortl-nd :.::d CMca?o. Northern Pacific ltiitlroud. OOINO NORTH: linger 6.15 am' Freight and Accommodation 9.02 ■ in QOIKG BO! ill: Ptwenjer • 7.05 p m fre'ht :i:id Accommodation 3.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. " OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHDBCHEB. fIjjjGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Service...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 December 1890

— ■■- ■ ii «t- - j, .. PALOUSE VALLEY HAPPENINGS IN OTHER TOWNS. Immni'iNo item.B colled from pa *OUSB COUNTRY NEWSPAPERS. COLFAX. From Commoner, sth inst. A company of bam-stormers, known as the Fielding troupe, made the few people who assembled to hear them Wednesday evening, miserable, with an alleged comedy called 2-15. To use the inelegant but forcible expression of one of the dupes: "It was more than rotten." William Gibson, the merchant tailor will no longer cut clothes for the citizens of Colfax. For some time, business in his line has not been very good, and Mr. Gibson was at last compelled to go un der. He secured his local creditors and notified the eastern houses with which he had been dealing to close him out, which they accordingly did. Mr. Gibson has been in business here for about two years, and has apparently always done well. He goes from the city to the Sound. A. E. Buck has taken charge of the Western Union telegraph office, the oper ator Purdy, who came up here ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 December 1890

he Herald. ■ THOMAS NULL, PcwjsaKn. \flhh ALLEX, Associate Editor, TKKHH OF SUBSCIUTTION: . Ml YKAK ... • ■ $2.00 gj MOUTHS OM.r 1 . oo ADVERTISING RATES ' i- lih*r»l> a:-' ■"* k'"""" '»> application in Z.~mx »r by mail. I*'l' Notices at the legal 5» O\vr us a triM. _._,„! *' tie To Office for Transmission in the Hails «t BnconJ-t'Uns Bates. The Great far Syndicate. j By FRANK E. STOCKTON. ittbor at "Rudder Grange," "Amo» Kll trfght," "Tbu •**» Man of Oru." "The i chrUtnn Wreck," "Tl»o Uidy or tho i jigar,* "The *-»*• Mrs. Null," "The Hundredth Slan," "The Casting Away a Hit. Leek» »»a Mr*- Aleslvine," "TUo tuintti." et«. THE STAMPEDE CAUSED BIT THE MOTOR BOMBS. The motor bombs which the repeller iras now discharging were of the largest Bie and greatest power, and a dozen more of them were discharged at inter vals of a few minutes. The promontory on which the fortifications had stood j was annihilated, and the waters of the : bay swept over its foundations. Soon '' afterward t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 13 December 1890

The Herald. THOMAS HULL. Publisher. WILL ALLEN, A»»oclate Editor. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONE TEAR $2.00 BIX MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES Aw liberal, and made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rate». Give at a trial. Intend at the Pest Office for Transmission in til* Mails at Second-Class Rates. Important Land Case Decided. Helena, Mont., Dec. B.—An impor tant timber-stealing case was decided to day in the United States Circuit court in favor of the Northern Pacific company. The creditors of a firm in Deer Lodge seized $1,850 worth of timber cut from Northern Pacific lands. The company brought suit against the sheriff, who had possession, and recovered. This is the first case of the kind decided, and it is believed will prove a warning to other offenders. There are many cases of the kind in this state, Oregon, and Washington, which will be yigorously prosecuted. After the Sinn pliers. Victoria, B. C. Dec, Gth.—A United States detective came ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

VOL. 3. NO. 9. The Herald. Published «very Saturday morning at Pull en, Whitman county, Washington . in Advertisements will be continued and ■ . charged for until ordered out. gATUBDAY.. DECEMBER 27, 1890, Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOD Ko 16 Express, leaves at 5:00 pm $o. 92. Mixed, leaves at 10.-00 a m WEST-BOUND: Ho. 15, Express, leaves at 1158 a m jo! 91. Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Hun line, No*. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly „" curry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist 1 : ci' wt *rß,"Free Chair Can and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis. St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nob. 3 and 4, "The limited Fast Hail," can? Pullman Dining and Sleeping Care between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. • GOING NORTH: fxMßger 6.15 a m freight and Accommodation 9.02 a m OOINU SOUTH: Piaenger • 7.05 p m Freight and Accommodation 8.20 p m E. F. CRAWFORD, Agent. ■" OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Services the seco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

THE • c • «T • I ~» • • i • ULLMSN fISRSLD, ■■* -** - - ■ '. '■ H . # ml • *™* p■ ■ «l§-m\ls r'^S' pliillll|f§t CD V vrt \ VV 1 #-V-/ ' : I v ■;' '--■- vm I U V : ■ «*- i;,' < \ ' w 5' \^V ■ -■ - • - if I \ vt. KJ\ it_ I i ! o ' l;^| ? -:" -7. ..._.:«.-■■:;:; V ' 6 \ V\V;\- :. "A p ■■•;..::■':.;:.:rM ™ i AWMMb-M \W. ''■■'■'• I \ \ ' MU''-a'M)l''ll^i tii" l' f •"•^illuji.l ''lj Vi 'il'lil'^"*''' Subscription: per year This TIfITIAT* prints all of the Alii;.,? L/CtiJ<o LUS £tili. vi 1/IltJ i news, both local and : general, and a it, r LA I Unu Is its story department. A. serial story, of the first quality^ is always run ning in its columns. / The new No. 9 llW^^fSjr Wiieeler & ilson, FAMILY MACHINE! ft aY^;j-^2-^~~ :=:TJ=^Ti " H' l! 1 tile market. Awarded the only IBp^Ui Grand Prize! |W^' ~ Attho 11 Jfftjji PARIS EXPOSITION, di In— ■ '" :-:-1889-:-: ELEGANT IN WORKMANSHIP and design. Call and see them, Before purchasing, at D. C MONROE'S, Pullman, Wash. Pacific Coast Agency ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

MA BELLE CREOLE. Ua belle Creole, thy dusky eyes . In silken lashes hide their light , Uke stars. I: it in deep summer skies, ■ cloud veiled, are scarce revealed t« sight Hot shy are they, nor overbold. But soft and languid, with the light Of hidden meaning, which they hold That love alone can read aright. ' Though Ilk* a dove with folded ing», Thy heart sleeps on. unwakened yet, Till gently on its sileut si rings The hands of love at lost are set. To make such music as he win. Of joy or sadness, little one, for thou art his own nursling still. Sweet, dusk eyed daughter of the Bun. _H&rry Hopemore in New Orleans Times Demo- i emt> VISIT TO KANAKA PEAK. The town of villa was in gala attire, for spring had come to make an early call, M usual March winds don't whistle through the valleys, nor snowflakes come and linger, as they have a habit of doing east. So the roses were not afraid of "Jack Frost's" cool touch, and were pro fuse in their blushing beauty The orange trees were w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

Ir*ulliiiaii Herald. THOMAS NEILL, - - - - Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor THE KISSING HABIT. What can bo purer, tell me, or so trustful and true as this— Th» fluttering kiss of a baby meeting its mother's kiss? Kisses that leave a memory enduring through af ter years. Embodying love and tenJernesa, unfettered by doulits and fears. It is on lur baby's Idasei the heart of the mother lives, Lavishing on its rosebud mouth the love sha so freely Rives; Wasting a wealth of tenderness that only a mother knows, The past and future united in the kisses she be stows. What is more blissful, tell me, than the kisses that love has blessed. The kiss .if a youth and nmilen, his lips upon her hi« pressed} When they ki*a for their love's sake only, simply its sweets to taste And waken their throbbing pulses, in the luxury of waste, Till they'd barter the world and its riches, think all well lost, Cor this— To know the passionate sweetness that is merged in a lover's kiss, One kiss that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

i ARC THEY EVER CURED! |>jtlcnt< In lin I'**n»« Asylum—-A Tory Scvious Ooeslion. ; The qncstten recently raised by ex- j Patients >■: an Insane usylmu, whether | Lane l"'''i" •'" ever kept thera after cure ■ cruel relatives will not take the ]ctil measures necessary to get them out, • ],g S causal a good deal of talk. Every village bus its unfortunate, who is pointed out as a whilom madman or mad woman. A terrible i «a» it is to bear, too. lor never (mi come the day, this side of the grave, ''■'" he who has once been j j n to the dark valley is safe against a pos ] g iblo return. He is always a subject of gospkion c:vl knows it, and if to this knowledge is added the belief that he was | locked up wrongfully his position is i doubly galling. A reporter asked a young doctor who 1 has served his time in Tim asylum wheth- ] cr Bane people were l-V< r •pt there when ; they ought to 110 at liberty. ■■"That is a very delicate question," ho said, "and very '•'■'' " answer. The !...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

I 3iillin mi Herald. 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. A mail train is to go from New York to Chicago in a day. Gompers has been re-elected President of the Federation of Labor. The Crows have sold 2,000,000 acres of their reservation to the goverment. The Baltimore and Ohio railroad strike at Glenwood, Pa., is apparently ended. James W. Hathaway, of Montana, has been selected for postmaster of the House. The city of New York won its suit against a railway that did not ran cars all night. An American syndicate has purchased the Van Ramon estate at Manzino, Cuba, for (600,000. Erastus Wiman will not accept any of the several seats which have been ten dered to him in the Canadian Parlia ment. The Canadian Pacific directors have declared a supplementary dividend of 1 per cent., making a total of 2 l j>...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

PALOUSE VALLEY . , ■ . ■ '+.■■■■ gAPI'ESIKOS IN OTHER TOWNS. Ixtwehtinq ITEMS dVUJBU from PA— fcOCSE COUNTRY NTBWSPAPERS. MOSCOW. From Mirror. lOlh inst. An Italian firm is preparing to open a I store in a room which is being fitted up gouth of the Moscow Machine shop. Last Saturday while Frankie Thorn ton was playing about the depot he climbed onto a moving flat car. In some way he was thrown off and received a blow on the hoad which rendered him senseless for several hours. Small boys 'should 1 not bo allowed to climb on mov ing trains. Someone will be run over and killed if it is allowed. Last night Bill Edwards and Jesse Smith gave Jailor Langdon the slip and are now breathing the pure air. As the jailor entered the corridor with a drunk en man Edwards and Smith climbed on top of the cells at the north end and made their way to the door on the south, ■which was open, and escaped without being noticed. Langdon entered the cells and by the way the beds were ar ranged supposed that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 27 December 1890

The Herald. THOMAS NFJU.. Pubusiieb. WILL ALLEX, Associate Editor. TEHMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: OWE YEAR $2.00 MX MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ADVERTISING RATES An liberal, and made known on application in parson or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal ntec. Hive a? a trial. Batered at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-Class Rain. Letter from Washing-ton, D. C. Special Correspondence to the Herald. Washington, D. C. Dec. 19 1890.— Mr. Harrison has, this week, demon ■ strated to a greater extent than ever be fore the wisdom of the republican party in electing him president. He stood between the people and a hundred wild cat financial schemes which promised on their faces relief to the stringent money market, of which each had their ardent and earnest advocates in house or senate. the enactment into a law of any one of ■which would, in the opinion of men who have made a life time study of finance and commerce, have been followed in the near future by such a financial storm as this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 January 1891

VOL. 3. NO. io. TJae_Hera.ld. Published every Hatn«) »a», Whi taan Zn^tLiS^ at PaU- All Advortissmenta will i " ___^2!^n:'" o'4 r ,rr t oed ftnd LOCAL SEWS. For spectacles go to A. White's. —W. H. Lacy yisited Moscow Wed nesday. w Fora perfectfitineyeglasgea go to —No ice baa yet frozen in the Palouse country. posf olt^ "riting tablets at the —Miss Bertha Harris visited Moscow friends this week. Go to the City Restaurant fora square meal—2s cents. —John Petty, of Palonse City, was the city Thursday. xha largest assortment of spectacles in town at White's. .— Missßetta Pearson made a visit to Moscow Wednesday. —Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson were in Colfax last Tuesday. —Misses Maud and Jessie Hungate went to Moscow Wednesday. —J. M. Palm'erton will open his new hotel, the Centra], to the public to-mor row. Boy wanted, of 15 or 16 years of age. Apply at Bryant Bros, .fc "Fan's meat market. Write to Dr. W. A. Egbert, room 3, Korn block, at Seattle all yon who have catarrh. tf First-clas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 January 1891

TheJHcrald. THOMAS NEILL, Ptolisijeh. WILL a\j.::\. Associate EdUor i ; :^ TEHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OSS YEAR . • «o oo SIX MONTHS ONLY . . .'.'. . ] 7.7.7.7.7. 1 !l>o ~rJ2T- ADYKiiTISINii KATES " k'^J^Kbjepil.'.anip mixli- known on application in person or by mail. lVgal Notices at the legal m»«e. 6iveu6 a trial. festered at the IV Office '■■: Transmission in the Hails .-.: Second-('lass-Hates, m <!•: ' • ft Indian Depredation BUI. We are indebted to E. J. Northcntt for a cop* ctf the bill " Providing for the '» A$ u<ttsf aPo»'" •micKsPa'wiifstt.of rclaims" )AiljudKa(s..B n-J I'ayaueut of claims | vbi'-k p.B ■<"' tii'i 3..U.-.0 if ];■■)>r. -■< ;ita- Kcs%n^?4tt&477tir and is* „,,.v awaiting action by the Senate. ■ Senate] Allen writes that the Senate will tako it up as soon as possible. Quito ,-•. number — of oitMnxxi iu-ihuuujuuly will lie iuUtrwt ed provisions of this hill which »uld :i. .-• Mv r. .':m: friars a£o. E. J. X(-t.l " '. ,n<] £I§ot%r have two ciai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 January 1891

A CLEVER TRICK EXPOSED. * i Dig" Pi iced Suits That Are Made to Show and Not to lie Sold. I have noticed in the windows of a certain ready made clothing establish ment that advertises liberally and well, and works the bargain sale racket upon a scale of fairness well out of the beaten rut, upon several occasions one or more overcoats or suits of clothes made up in distinctly custom made material, and finished with all the laborious care that is bestowed upon the high class made to order garment. I have oat of curiosity frequently gone into this store on rush days to note the quality of the goods offered for the money, and it must be said that the prices quoted were gener ally away down below the rock bottom cost of manufacture. Inside the store i encounter several more of these handsomely made suits. 1 even went bo far upon one occasion as to try on one of the coats thereof, but it did not fit, and the obliging clerk in formed me that they were all sold out of my size. The price quo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 3 January 1891

[l?iilliiitt,ii Henild. THOMAS NEILL, - - - -Publisher WILL ALLEN, - - - Associate Editor How It Happened. Kever hod no kind o' use * Ferthat Dan; Always rattier liked a big. Thick set man. He wii7. on t ho spindlin' build— s' i ufa spare; Eed to look right sharp to know* I'.ia wuz tear I 'Tv.iri'il Mice he miz at my heels ,_,-<. Sight 'n day;' Couldn't toll him off in no Kind way. Thought 1 treated him right mean, I dedai* Thet I couldn't Bi:eezo but whut Dan wuz thar. Littli- sandy headed skit*, "1 hunt much wit, 'Opt he beat the bugs, the w&j He could sit Out the balanco of my beaux; Let em glare; They put out at.); at 10 I'.ui wuz thar. Onct I told him plain an' flat. That ef he Wuz tin- unly man on yearth. Him an' me Wouldn't suit; I "lowed my words Made him stare. Come next night, like other nights, Dan wuz thar. Curyus like, I married him A i-t i r that! Thing wuz done 'fore I knowed whar I i\ ax at. How it come, my jedgment ain't Very cl'ar; Reckon 't must hey been be...

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