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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 February 1896

The Yakima Herald. VOL, VIII. p|T|T T TIITPI No we are NOT closing out but we are \H I I I 111 I making room for new stock by UJjJjJjll I U pushing our Shot- stock at nmi i n Prices c suit I Times II I |■fl I Come and see us. Low prices and ■ wIAJJIxX ■ prompt deliveries on Groceries. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T3EAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KixirnH 7 and 8, Secoud floor, Flrtt National Bauk bulldliiK. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice! in Federal and all state Courts. Office over Yaktraa National Bank. H. HARK, DENTIST. Office over Poatufnce, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. np~' nv.i-.• over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Wlll practice iv all tho court! of the State and U. s land offices. W. L. JOHIS. J. M. NEWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, Nortu Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. I.lite Bnrgeon Washington State Soldiers' Home. Office .over First National bank, North ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 February 1896

F™ mIIk I JT% Cfr^frO Offer sreat bargains in CLOTHINO. lt<iti< snStri- lix entire V#V*rl ■ Imm MllWWi . . . Rodman Mock ffoeN at ffOc* on the ilollar. • THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. If. REKD. EDITOR AND HAM AGER rabllttaed every Thursday; snhncrlptfmi 11.00 psryeaxln advance. Advertising- r»tc» upon application. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY *7, 1896. What we shall eat and remain healthy ia becoming a matter of great moment. The scientists are constantly drawing the lines closer and now the state board of health of New York has attacked tbe humble oyster, with the claim that it is a ready transmitter of typhoid, cholera and diarrhueal diseases, ami that numer ous blood diseases may also be spread by this bivalve. Tbe investigations, which have recently been conducted, show that the disease germs are seldom found in oysters when taken from salt water, but are invariably developed by the applica tion of impure fresh water in what is known at the freshening process. Oy sters being peculiarly sens...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 February 1896

tsflinlii o! Paierslip Sale! MARCH 1 Our Partnership Ceases. THELOCALSKETCH-BOOE Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Sari* ill riiriigrii|ili« 1.it11,. r.<l Indie ■>!• tropollaol • nntn I v ».«!. liiki«m an4 from Ibe •.r.m and t'erllle I ountr) Mmun » It. The new ritual of the Klks has been received. Mrs. John Stone returned last evening from a visit of a month on the Sound. Mrs. James Kesling, left on Sunday for Port Townsend on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mann. T. M. Vance left last evening for the northern part of Idoho on legal busineHS. He expects to be absent about a week. The rains of the past few daye have caused the Yakima to become very high and fording at any point is vow entirely out of the question. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Leslie, who have been the guestsjot Mrs. Blanker of Nob Hill, for some time past, left for their home in the east on Monday night. Mrs. Leslie is Mrs. Blanker')) daughter. W. L Gazzam, general a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 February 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. HARBOR LIiHTS. Bow the Kntranr* to Nsw York B«j Ii Illuminated. The eotranee tr New York harbor is illuminated at Right like a city street, m each of the cpar buoys aloug the Ged ney channel curries an electric light. The current fur these lights, as well as for some others farther up the harbor, U furnished from a generating station at Sandy Hook. Part of the lights are supplied with n continuous current at 160 volts by moans of nearly two miles of oable, consisting of a single condu"t or of seven stranded cupper wires of No. 18 gauge, covered with an insula tor and protected by a double armor of steel wire. The bnoys along the Oedney channel arc furnished with an alternat ing current at 1,000 volts, probably the first instance in which snch a current has been used for this purpose. In the manufacture of the six miles ' of oable for these lights the use of iron as an armor had to be discarded, as with it the ef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 March 1896

VOL. VIII. S' "|T T TTIJPI No we are NOT closing out but we are >| | ! 11l I making room for new stock by . _lJj.Llj.ll U pushing our Shoe stock at pTJTJ AD Pr'cesß su't c Times; 111 111 Come and see us. Low prices and ■ vIIXJJIXX ■ prompt deliveries on Groceries. Ashcraft & Kinsey PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "REAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, second Boor, First National Hank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW- Practices In Federal and all State Courts. Offcce over YakiniH National Bank. yXT H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postetfice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. £09—' Hlli'i* over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all th. courts ot the -imt.- aud U. 8. land office.. w. I. mm.*. j. H. NIWNIH. JONEB A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First N.tlou.l B.nk, North Yakima, Wash p^ FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Burgeon Washington Rtate Soldiers' Home. Office .over First National bank, North Yakima Waah. J^LME...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 March 1896

A^^^E^C'llM 13 Bl^%C ©fl"er great bargain* ■" €<LOTlll.\<iS. Remember the entire V^V^i ■ 11^1 bJilwWi . Roilmaii st€>ek goes at ffOe on ihe dollar. . THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. If. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllshed -avery Thnrsday: sabscriptliin fl.oo par rear In advance. Advertising ratea upon application. THURSDAY, MARCH S, 1896. THE CURBING OF CUPID. Mr. Dickens tells us thnt Bagnet, who once had been a militaiy man, but was then playing a bassoon in a theater, en tertained the highest possible opinion of Mrs. Bsgnet, but would never own it be fore her lest it might destroy the discipline oi his domestic establishment. "The old girl has no equal," he wonld say; "she is finer than a fine day; I would rather have her opinion oo any point than tbat o( a college. But I never tell her so. Dis cipline must be maintained," and many Other words to the same t fleet. It appears also that discipline is every thing with tbe Salvation Army, and must be maintained even to the sundering of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 March 1896

Drain ii Parte! Sale! MARCH 1 Our Partnership Ceases. THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PER PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Worts ot Paragraphs Gathered la the ■Hriropnii.nl Central Wash ■anion and Irani the i-rrni and Fertile liniinri Miirrniiiidliig It. I. W. Dudley, of Kennewick, is in the city. Frank Marble has returned to Yakima from Stunner. Chas. F. Bailey will leave to morrow for a brief trip to the Sound. G. A. Bailey arrived in the city on Tuesday from Wallowa, Oregon. Mi Kelvey, who wasstablied hy Tommy Clemmens, is agaio able to be around. W. J. Milroy has been elected presi dent of the Lincoln republican club of Olympia. Joe Boaz, W. W. McCarty and John Mitchell leave this week for Cripple Creek by team. The dissolution of the Arm of Schott Bros, went into effect on Monday, Mr. Leonard Schott retiring. Judge Brinker was in the city on Sat urday last looking .after matters pertain ing to violations of IT. 8. laws. It is proposed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 5 March 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE dtaggntj*jam Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. The Man Who llui.u Fr.-aka. "What success have yon had?" "Fair. I've got a dwarf cow. It only weighs 245 pounds and is no bigger than n large dog. It came from the v,i-t in a load of couimni c.ittlr, and though it isn't much of nn übnormity, yet it scares in the summer season. Dwarf animals with a bit uf fixing aud a ro mance stuck on them of some sort muko fair attractions. Thoy are easier to han die than giants and requiro less keep. " ' "Do yon get many human freaks?" "A good human freak is worth a great doal now. It can bo anything ab normal, no«iatter how disgusting it is. That's the way the public runs. Tnko a man who is willing to panda a queer deformity before the arm t f the people nnd ho can make good money. Ik 0'" woman with a horse's mane last week down in Pennsylvania, aud she is book ed for a number of places. But there aro others like her, so thut detracts from her value. Something ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 March 1896

VOL. VIII. -PEACE We are always first in the hearts of those in search of SHOES. We Mieve we are giving better value. for the money than any other house in tbe county. Have you aeen what me have to offer and asked the pricea ? Do so. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey Don't overlook the choice line of Groceries we are handling. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "DEAVIB A ENGLKHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Km,in. 7 aud 8, Si'i-iin.l floor, First National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW l'rai*tirr« Id Federal and all State t'oarta. Office over Yakima National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poateffire. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. JT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. iMp-Office over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice in all tha courta ol the State and tl. H. land offices. w. l. tatma, t.a.mnui, JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Bauk, North Yakima, Waah p FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Burgeon Washington State Soldiers' Home. Office .over Flrat National b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 March 1896

01 NEW LIE OF SPRING DRY GOODS I rvw™T rdoc Will arrive Monday, March 16th. ■ 11^1 DOLV^Wb ME YAKIMA HERALD. 9. M RKKII. KDITOK AND MAN \Ol X Published every Thursday: subscription 11.00 per year in advance. Advertising rates npon application. THURSDAY, MARCH It, 1896. ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. In demanding the resignation of the Crispi Ministry on account of Ihe terrific disaster which has overtaken the Ital ian army in Abyssinia the people of Italy are seeking a scapegoat for their own sins. No doubt the Government has grossly erred. There seems to tie little question, also, that General Batarieri, the Italian commander of the African expe dition, haa been guilty of crass stupidity that reaches the proportions of a colossal crime. But these are not the only blame worthy factors. While the scheme of wresting Abys sinia from its native rulers and adding it to the possessions of Italy promised suc cess the majority of the people had noth ing but worda of approval for it. In it they imagin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 March 1896

NEW FIRM OF MERCHANT TAILORS- THE LOCAL SKETCH-BOOK Entertaining Bits of Information Which Were Found Within. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All norm nf l'« ruari. iili« ..nun nil 111 Hi. »li iri.|..ill. ol I iinrii I llii.li- Ingten n.i.l Ir n.r ..rent and Fertile Country Surrounding 11. Frank Asheraft left for tbe Sonnd on Monday. Horn, March (ith, to Mr. ami Mia. Smiley Walilen, a daughter. The foot hall game, hetween the High School ami the Ahtanum academy teams, is off. Frank 1). Black, the new mayor of Se attle ie the owner of considerable proper ty in North Yakima. H. B. Doust arrived from the Sound on Saturday last to remain with his family for a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sharps, of Tacoma, are visiting the family of Kdward Whit son. Mrs. Sharjie is Mrs. Whiteon's niece. Col. A. C. Walker is favorably men tioned for the nomination for assessor on the republican ticket. The colonel would make a strong candidate. The school in the Messinger building on Second street, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 12 March 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. DORRIS' SHOE STRINGS. On Dorrl*' feet Ar* the amsllest of tiro*, But imr-ely some elf n-aaencliantn) her fhoc*. For, m%atmat .. nn, Walk, rower riLie, In church or at u-nni**. Her shoes come untied. At time* it in fr;. In ', But -tv hat i nn 1 do Wk*a ix-or Uorrii murmur*, "Oli. laithcr that shoe!" So down I must Hop In the du-t and dirt To lie uy the ahoe Of thaj^ltar little Girt. These jTocious prl tyrants! We cannot rcliol. Forereu Iheir ribbons Ar* lilli'd with tin v* s;ii il. Since i :•! fanhion.d u.tr.w.s No longer they use. They tic a iioor man To the atriug* of Iheir shoes. —TaaSSe MUcel!any. BAKERS' BREAD. 4 Few Facta Abont a Somen hat Familiar Article of I ,wml. Styles change in bread, as in every thing el-n, and'shapes that were more or less familiar 10 years ago are now not made at all. Every baker tries to have something distinctive about hi* output, and almost every baker thinks his broad is the Ik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 March 1896

VOL. VIII. iWAR PEACE We are alwaya flrat in the liearta of those in aearch of SHOES. We believe ac are giving belter value» for the money than any other house in the coutitv. Have yon aeen what we have to offer and aatod the pricea ? Do ao. Ashcraft tfe Kinsey Don't overlook the choice line of Groceries we are handling. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Secouil floor, First National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices tn Federal and all Htafo Courts. Ofllce over Yakima National Hank. ■yy ii. hake, DENTIST. Office over Postnflice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. raXfeiftife over Yakima National Bank, North Vakima. Will practice In all tha courts of tbe Htate and IT. - land offices. W. L. JONXS. J. a. NkWMAN. TONES A NEWMAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flrat National Bank, North Yakima, Wash P FRANK, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Surgeon Washington State Soldiers' Home. Office .over Kirst Nationa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 March 1896

OUR NEW Ll DF SPRING II GOODS Have Arrived. Call and See It. THE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. RF.KP. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllahed every Thursday; •abseriptlnn fl.ool per year in ad ranee. Advtrtiiluf ratea npon application. THURSDAY, MARCH 19. 1596. . — JAPANESE COMPETITION. The bugbear of Japanese competioo in manufactured goods haa been dinned into our ears in every conceivable ahape of j late and especial stress haa been placed 1 npon the danger to the bicycle trade, but j ao far as ia known 1 here is not a Japanese made bicycle on this side of the Pacific 1 nor has there been any competitive trade j io goods in which nature haa given ua a superior right to lie to the fore. Regard-: ing bicycles the Japanese consul to this J country, who would not undervalue the productions of his o*n country, says | there are aeveral tranufactoriea of the - "wheel" located principally iv Tokio and j Ozaka, but the factories are not large nor in their output very great. The wheels made are "of an inferio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 March 1896

NEW FIRM OF MERCHANT TAILORS SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Moris of |||irsiir«|iii. limbered io tin' Metropolis ol Central Wash ington ana from the Ureal and Fertile Country Surrounding It. The Goldendale miuea have been pro nounced of no value. Born, Tuesday, March 17th, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Bailey, a son. Mrs. A. W. Privett, of Elleneburg is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chappell. The city treasmy was enriched on Tues day by the deposit of ♦ 1,000 by Frank B. Shardlow for saloon license. Merchant George Harvey, of Toppenish was in the city Wednesday and renewed his alligiance to The Hkkai.d. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yessey are up from Prosaer to spend the summer season in I his ("i-l of the county. Philip Carwell, a well known and pio neer resident of Goldendale, died in that city on the 7th inst, aged till years. The W. C. T. U. will mept at the home of Mra. Oliver, east end of D atreet, on Tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 March 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE mmmtamrtm Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. THE WATCHER. The Influence of air and aky Are aide light*, from the eternal thr-oca That fall upon th- nMM eye Of him who, sileni. wait* alone. Ami crown hire *■ -.stir of Ma own. He knows ihe Imiiu! y of the r-i.,sc. The c-ntnil nun ; Hi* f.irile i-l star hciknowa. The lialnin-e nf a blade nf graaa. The winds that In the meadows ma. Gathering lnconae aa they pasa To offer to the throned son. Tbe tremhlintj aecret to be won From every running stream, all these Are his, yet force him silent to hia knees. Tho watcher shall piwsess the earth In alien.;.*!, leaping to control In nmnii nta mighty with the hirth Of passion, when the eternal soul Khali wholly 1.in.l him ta the wholo. The air and sky, tho winds, the ruee. Are hia, the earth, yea, God himself h» knows. —P. 11. Savage In Youth's Companion. AN IRISHMAN AND A JEW. A Bualne-a. Pmrtnrrahlp That Ha* lieen En tirely Satisfactory. There is an up town b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 March 1896

VOL, VIII. I_.WAR -PEACE We aro always lirt-t in the hearts of those in search of SHOES. We lielleve we are giving better values for the money than any other house in the county. Hiive you seen « I, it we have to offer and asked the prices ? Do so. Ashcraft <fe Kinsey Don't overlook the choice line of Groceries we are handling. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. UEAVIS & ENGLEHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 ami 8, Horoml floor, First Natioual Bank building. U C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Court.. Olßce over Yakima National Hank. \ry 11. HAKE, DENTIST. Office over Postefliee, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. T-J J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. taw-otnee. over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice lv all the eourtsof the Btate and U. S. land office.. W. L. .IONIH. J. «. NKWMAS. JUNES .t NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natioual Bank, North Yakima, Wash p FRANK, M. 8., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Late Surgeon Washington State Soldier.' Home. Office .over F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 March 1896

Best values in the city for 5, 10, 15, ao, and tftie. TOE YAKIMA HERALD. K. If. HID, EDITOR AND MANAGER Pablisbed every Thnrsday; sabecription 11.00 per year In advance. Advertising rales upon application. THURSDAY. MARCH t€, 1896. MISAPPREHENSIONS OF 1787. Oregonian: The election ot tbe United States senators by tbe state legislatures is held op to admiration aa lieing an es sential part of. the comprehensive and nicely adjusted system of checks and bal ances with which tbe trainers of the constitution endowed the republic. State ments like these are apt to go unchal lenged until tbey are generally believed. The proceedings of the constitutional convention that met in Philadelphia May 14, 1787, are not much read now, and we are in danger of forgetting tbat many, il not most, of its conclusions were only reached sftsr many disagreements, and that nearly all of tbem were com promise*. The constitution has demonstrated its adaptation to its purpose by the glorious history of 100 years...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 March 1896

fl WI Tj Ti V Just recived a lar Be and splendid lino of SPRING SUITINGS. XX 4- 4* This is the Choicest stock of Goods DDnTHPnq a. * EVER BROUGHT TO YAKIMA TSS^ JUJLIU lUljlllJ and no one can help but be pleased. Mr. White has been retained as « Successors to Ed. f. White. cutter. Our Motto: "The Best Goods for the Least Money." SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIHA Tbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Sort* of Paragraphs t.nllunil In the Metropolian! iniiml 1% mdma tngton antl train the i.nui ana Fertile I'onnlrj Siirm Hun It. A. H. Maguire left for tbe Sound on Tuesday's train. 11. J. Snively was a paesenger for Ta coma on Tuesday. Geo. Donald left on Tuesday for a trip to the Gray'B Harbor country. Born, March 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mi Clean, of tbe Cowychee, a daugh ter. A marriage lit jnse was issued on Sat urday last to Robert E. Stout and Tillie Spafford, residents of I'rosser. John Lynch, after spending a few days at home, returned to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 26 March 1896

1 '»-»^(:Ot' J Miscellaneous Bits of Information, J Gossip and Fancy. CUSTOMS OF COSTER 3. fJicy head a frr — ulcus Life, hot Are I'hl. i .;l.i-rn All tbe Time. A YiTic r ia tho London Qoivt feat tlie Meters are now a largo olsaa Though the hob! r'swert is extremely hard i.iil his proiiM ore preoaiioos be live:; fi ra; ood purpose When bee] of hlmaolf a-i ' a general dealer,'' ho ner.as that he trades i-.i i uythtag which enable! him to turn iabi ; I p 'iu:y. I.; im! . . . mode i.f life I. ev< a lower I ian is tacrot by ii-,ir.,*? tsum b. ml to t ahi,'!). Whea be tun i o.*.t la ibeßmall boors of tho manning to look round tho Markets, ho may at ten a 1,.:.*.-• whether this l*.,:ii* tot tho d.;-v. ill consist iv Ch, vcgi tables or '. tl Be may tako a hasty pencj I c. ' ' I in the street and then ;.i to 1 c with the Idea of "locoing «p" with iho first, only tv find t'.. .: i v-.iyt.j,.;„- i;-i tv dear, and i.ii n be i.n.-t, hie away t*i Spitalfh ids or Cerent Qordaa. When he thus ar...

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