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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 August 1896

VOL. VIII. Meiers Spray Pumps Sitter Wans ♦. v * LOWEST CASH PRICKS CHAMPION TINMNU _„„ FREI) PENNINGTON PL ;:i, MIHUH.KB NORTH YAKIkA Elici! Hbd Twine iHarlroeilallßMs Ap Subscribe for The Herald and keep ponted ftf*™ /HI tfl on the political situation. It will be sent £*\\ TO LiUullJi to you for three months for "two bits." LIJUIU. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "OEAVIS & ENGLEHAKT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, Fint National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all BUte Court*. Office over Yaklma National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Potteffice. Yaklma avenue, North Yaklma. JJ J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gm-Dtfivv over Yakima National Bank, North Yaitrna. Will practice in all tha courts of the State and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JONKS. J. M. NEWMAN. JONES & NEWMAN, AT LAW. Over First National Bank. North Yakima, Wasb r. FRANK B. CORNELL J)RS FRANK & CONNELL, Physicians and Surgeons Office over Flnt National Bank. Dr. P. Fr...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 August 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. RKED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pnt.)!»h«d every Tl.;;r»d«r; •■bwrtptina 1100 par year In advanr*. AdTwtlstog rate* ■ pon application. THURSDAY, AUGUST to, 1596. For President, W. JENNINGS BRYAN. of Nebraska. For Vice President, 'ARTHUR BEWALL, of Maine. OOLD-BVU LVCOXSISTKNCIES. The gold bugs are the most inconsistent people in the world. Their arguments, if suchthey can becalied, are a perfect tangle of contradictions. They tell yon that frrp silver will double the price of everything hut cut the wages of the workingtnan in two; that U. S. bonds which are payable in coin, either gold or silver, and which are eagerly grasped at a pi em him, will te hawked around at a discmint. They neglect to say, however, that buyers cannot be found for New York bonds, the interest and principal of which are payable in gold. They claim that onr trad* abroad would be ruined bat why they refuse or cannot state, and failed to quote from the London Finan cial Jfari which says that "i...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 August 1896

SNAP SHOTS A? YAKIMA rhe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Eients. PEN PICTURES OP MIMA LIFE All Mori* of Paragraphs Ualherca in the Sl«iro»oH*oi Central Wash ington ana from tha Unal ana fertile Coaniry Kurroundlna It. Mrs. 8. K. McCaw returned on Wed nesday from What com. Cashier J. D. Cornell is expected back to-morrow from his outing on the sound. Rev. Salyer and family hare returned from their outing in tbe Himcoe moun tains. Mrs. M. P. Kay and Mrs. Mary Badere. of Martin, are guests of tbe Hotel Titian Justice R. O. Dunhar of tlie supreme bench arrived in tbe city yesterday for a brief stay. "Tony" iCrober and Herman Frank re turned on Wednesday from a trip to the St. Helen's mining district. Prof. Lawrence leave* next week for Seattle where tbe laat meeting of the state board of education will be held. Mrs. Smith, of Ellensburg, wife of Con ductor Bmith of the Northern Pacific, is tbe guest of Mrs. J. H. Carpenter. John Curry, Pat Jordan, tiie Misses Lsßissioner a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 20 August 1896

\ ■»■■»•■«<■■«■ \ / Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S S Gossip and Fancy. 5 A GOPHER AS A HYPNOTIST. flrl.l by Ite fluttering Eye, a Rabb'» Awaited Certain Death. A gopher snake at Escnndidohss been (he cause of much earnest discussion among local naturalists recently. The question discussed was, "Do Snakes Charm or Hypnotise Their Prey?" One of the naturalists had tho unusual but fortunate experience at Eecondido of happening upon a large gopher snake just as the reptile was a boat to over como a trembling cottontail rabbit and envelop the animal in its deadly coils, i For some timo the naturalist-watched the snake's movements. It was within 10 or 13 inches of the apparently fascinated rabbit. Silently and almost imperceptibly the snake had wormed its way nearer and nearer to its victim. Its eyes glistened with an Intense brightness. Not a movement did it make which might alarm the timid rabbit. The forked tongue, which to the eye of a hnmuu being is so repulsive and intended...

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

VOL. VIII. Meyers Sjnr Pus stktakv Wans * . v * »~-* FRED PENNINGTON P1 ;:i o IllvnKltS PLUMBING KINUfcKS . NORTH YAXIIfA Ciifi lop Twine j Hardware ol all Mi _ nr*n Subscribe for The Herald and keep poated .()["«, ykPjn on the political situation. It will be sent /hi JO LUulUi to you for three months for "two bits." Llf "I"- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JJEAVIS A ENOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. !■■ ■■••!:!» 7 and 8, Second Boor, First National . Hank baiMlng. tt C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal and all State Coßrts. Office over Yaklraa National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over I'outaffire. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TJ J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /or- < iil'iv over Yakima National Bank, North YsXlma. Will practice in all the courts of the Bute and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JONES. J. M. HEWMAB. JONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash P. FRANK *. COBMELL j)rs frank & connell, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First National...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 August 1896

THE YAKIJHA HERALD. B. M. RKKI). KM TOR AND MANAGER PabtUhfd run Thursday: iaUrriptian ft.OO |*ryt«r in iulianrp. Advertiilug r»t« upon application. TJIVRSDA T, A VGVSTS7, 1896. For President, W. JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEW ALL, of Maine. OUR NSXT mESTDENT. In William J. Bryan, cf Nebraska, the people of the west and of the sontb have found a leader and a champion worthy of their caime. says the Tacoma Xeitt. Around his free silver banner can safe ly gather the men whose daily Industry Is the strength and sustenance of the na tion; the men who have with good rea son vowed that there shall be a change in the laws 'which have made the rich richer and the poor poorer. In congress and out of congress he has preached the cause of silver openly and fearlessly, and by the breadth of his »L~», the keenness of his logic, the in tegrity and honesty "of his public life, and the brilliancy of that speech which met and put to utter rout the moat skil ful debator f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 27 August 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT TAIIi rbe "Herald" Reporter Takes Iboto grapbs of Local Events. Hi Pi CURBS OF Mil A LIFE All Morta ol Paragraphs Uathercd ■ •■ ll > r'nrlra»i»ll«»f < nilral ««.li liikioii nnd (ram •■• Urtat und fertile « onnlrj Hurtimiidlni It. Ueo. S. Courier in expected home this week from New Jersey. Ed. A. Brown, formerly of this city, is now a resident of Bpokane. Miss Kate Kuunigartner returned on Tuesday from a long and pleasant outing at Soda Springs. Miss Kdith Adams arrived on Tuesday from Spokane to pass her vacation with her mother, sister and brother. Mrs. H. J. Kilgour and children, ol Fort Bimcoe, left on Wednesday for a visit to their former home in Virginia. J. D. Cornett and wife returned on Saturday from the beach where they en joyed a most pleasant outing of ■ couple of weeks. 11. J. Snive.ly has rented and will at once take possession of the brick dwel ling in front of tbe Hotel Yakima —the property of J. H. Hubbard. Mrs. Harrison, formerly of Puyallup, wbo...

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

/ Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S p Gossip and Fancy. ) THE "USE OF COCAINE. florae Trainers and Jockeys Find It 17s*. fnl as a Bracer For Tnclr Nag*. Within a recent period cocaine has come into nso on tho race track as v stimulant Horses that are worn and ex hnnsted, or are uncertain as to speed and endurance, are given 10 to IS grains of cocaine by the needle under tho skin at the time of starting, or a few moments before. Tbe effects are very prominent, and a veritable, muscular delirium follows, in which the horse displays unnsna) speed and often unexpectedly wins tbe race. This agitation continues, and the driver has difficulty in "slowing down" the horse after the race is over; not unfre quently the horso will go half way round ! again before he can be stopped. The ex-I haustion which follows is not marked, I except in tbe great thirst and loss of ap petite. Sometimes diarrhea and trem bling follow. But good grooms give nn nsual attention to rubbing and bathing j the leg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 September 1896

VOL. VIII. Meiers Spy Fids Slitter Wuns * ' a 1 CHAMPION U»WK.TCA fi ™_s . tinsinu mowers and FR ed PENNINGTON j^ IMttltlßßl PLUMBINIt HINDI-Kt. . NORTH V _____-_: A Choice In Twine! Hardware ii all lis Ap Subscribe for The Herald and keep posted flPri. /K| JO on the political situation. It will be sent /nl tjj Lv liiui io you for three months for "two bits." |_ H |/^l*Ji PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ]|EAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and S.^eoood floor, First National Bauk building. O C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all State Courts. OBoe over Yakima National Bank. -yy^ H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Postsffice. Yakima avenae, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. t%*r-<in\<-r over Yakima National Bank, North Taklma. will practice In all tha courts of the State aud U. S. land offices. w. i. jokes. I. n. marmtUM. JONES 4 NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bank. North Yakima, Wash r. rsiisa »• comsiu. T\RS. FRANK & CONNELL, Physician...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 September 1896

HIE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. KEED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllsbed every Thnnday: subscription 11.00 par year Id adraoca. Advertising rates apou application. TIIVRBDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1896. .i * _ For President, W. JENNINGS BRYAN. . of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEWALL, of Maine. HOODWINKING THE PEOPLE. Harrison's recent speech was a net work of contradictions snd will not stand • careful reading. Tbe only surprise is how it ever gained the favorable com ments received from tbe republican press. Discussing the free coinage of silver he ■aid: Now, who will get any beoefit ? Well, the man wbo owes a debt that is con tracted upon a gold basis, and is able to pay it with a 50-cent dollar. He and tbe mine-owner, who gets an exaggerated price for tbe products of bis mine, are tbe only two people or classes of people that I can see that would have auy bene fit out of it. My friends, tbe people wbo advocate this class legislation, this legis lation favorable to tbe mioeownere to double tbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 September 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs ot Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Harts, at Paragraph* Uataered In lln-sjlrlropollsot « rmral VSis.l, lagtan aad fraaa the Ureal aad rertlle Caaatry Surround n« It * . Attorney James Boss of Tacoma, was io the city Monday ou legal busineas. Miss Mamie Maher, of Fort Simcoe, is spending several days in th* city this week. * Miss Minnie Splawn left on Wednes day for Ellensburg where she will attend the state normal school. Alex McLean aud Flavy Curry left last week for the St. Helen's mining district where tbey have interests. 8. S. Purdy, the night operator at tbe depot, is being visited this week by his brother, E. It. Purdy, of Vancouver, B. C. Mrs. B. B. Coombs returned on Friday last from Missoula, Mont., where she has been spending the summer with ber daughter. Miss Julia Davis, the Western Union operator, returned on Sunday from a va cation of a month which was passed with her sister at Walla Walla. •S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 3 September 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE MAtmemMt Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. NOVEL FOOD FOR ALLIGATORS. ■oat* of tho Florida Sanrlan* liars a Lik ing for Pitch I'inc Knots. Steve Melton now ha* his alligator farm on the Wekiva river well stocked with saurians. Yesterday a large light er load of pine knots was brought in from Trout creek and tied up to Mel ton's wharf. When asked what he was going to do with the lightwood knots, report* the Florida Times-Union, Mr. Melton said: "Feed them to my -lligatora, of course. What do you think lam going to do with them ? Don't you know that alligators always eat lightwood knots _efore going into winter quarters? That is the first of six lighter loads of the knots I have bought, and I am go ing to have them taken to my alligator farm. Did you ever ae* a 'gator swal low a lightwood knot? The knots are not thrown into the water. They are scattered over a five-acre lot just aa though they fell from the trees. After having their appetites whet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 September 1896

VOL, VIII. Meyers Spray Pip Sitter Win %■ , 1 *fc . I.OWWT CASH PRICES ......,.,,, mmmm FRED PENNINGTON „1 , ;;;;N , uiuriL'P^ * 1,1 MliliNii Hl-JUMtts , NORTH _-A_CI--lA. die Hep Tiie Harfliare ol all lis flFn Subscribe for The Herald and keep pontcd flF*™ /HI tn on the political situation. It will be sent /nl TP L\) ullJi to you for three months for "two bits." LlJu llk PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "IJRAVIR A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kotrtns 7 and H, Second floor, First National Bank building. C C HENTON, Os ATfORNEY AT LAW. Pr*ct.c«s In Federal aud all State Courts. Office over Yak nun National Bauk. i m* ' mm ' ' U. HARE, DENTIST. office over Posteffice. Yakima avenue. North Yakima.. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. M^Offlce over Yakima National Ban*, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha courts of the State and U. 8. land offices. w. L. JoN*s. 1. K.KSWMis. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bank, North Yakima, Wash P. FRANK B. CONNILL "T)RB. FRANK A CONNELL, Physi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 September 1896

ME YAKIMA HERALD. 1. H. SKID. KMTOR AND MAXAOIR Psbllsbed every Thunder: subscription fl.oo per rent In advance. Advertising rates upon application. TIIURSDA V, SEPTEMBER 10, 1896. For President, VV. JENNINGS BRYAN, ol Nebraska. For Vies-President, ARTHUR SEVVALL, of Maine. MONOMETALIC BUGBEARS. Tbe calamity howl* of the gold stand ard press and of the speakers who have been brought into line at the instance of the force of capital were well answered st Salem. Oregon, on Saturday laei by May or Pennoyer, of Portland, who said: "A lew year* ago many yieraons who had learned tbe lessons taught In history, and who, reasoning from cause to effect, foretold the disaster thst would befall the country by a continued refusal to re store silver a* a standard money, were denominated by the plutocratic press of the country, which invariably sneeze* whenever tbe banker* take snuff as "ca lamity bowlers." The table* *re now turned, and now the bankers snd their papers have become the very worst ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 September 1896

SNAP BHOIUF YAKIMA Tbe "Herald Reporter Takes Fboto grapbs of Local Events. m PICTURES OF KAKIIA LIFE All Bart* At Paragraph* t red In lhr Slilropiillsof I nilr.il M - liikioii and irom tit* ureal aaa t i-rltli- I'niiiilri Kurrouil-lUg 11. Born, Sunday, Sept. 11, to Mr. and Mr*. A. F. Snelling, a daughter. Wallace William* returned laat week Irom a *hort trip to Vancouver, li. C. W. J. Milroy arrived in tbe city from tbe Swatik to spend a few days witb friends and relatives. Mr*. 11. A. Wheeler, of Seattle, arrived iv the city Monday for a visit with Mr. snd Mr*. F. M. Spain. Miss Minnie Spon and Ella Chambers left last week for Ellenaburg to attend tbe state Normal school. Miss Urace McMillan, ot Tacoma, arrived in tbe city Sunday to spend the fall with the family of Johu A. Stone. Mis* Treham, of Fort Wayne, Ind., after a gJeseant visit with ber lister st Port Townsend, is again tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lince. Mr. and Mrs. Nottingham, of Syracuse, N. V., are in tiie city visi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 10 September 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE •»••>-"_<•-<• Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. THE WHEEL OF FATE. t_. Old Tack I'nma nrlng Vim la a Form of Startling anil Thrilling Romance. I. ■"Gran-mercy!" quoth Baron d'Agin court, ns he rolled oiT his bicycle into h potato lied, " 'tis v full-lutttTetlstecd! Methiuks those vurlets have fed him with overmuch oil of lute, so rest! v. I* he become. And. lnck-a-day! My doublet is besmirched with mire! Thou smilest, 1 we, Agatha. There i-i but scant renßfin for merriment, shameless girl!" •-.Niiy," replied the heautful Lady Agnthn, as with exquisite skill she reiele her dainty steed (a thoroughbred Cov entry) up and down the terrace," 'twas not at thy mishap, dear father! Of a truth thou must lie sorely bruised. Was not that thy seventh fall this aft ernoon? If I smile, 'tis but tbat lam happy." "Jlumph!" said the baron, as he hopped painfully liohnrl his machine, vainly endeavoring* to mount anew. "Happy, eh? And wherefore? Whom hust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 September 1896

VOL. VIII. Meiers Sprar Pomps \ Meier Wns JL. __£. LOWEST CASH PRICES CHAMPION TINNINU »*.> freD PENNINGTON WNUKKS **Q_.TH _-___« M _V -LUMHINU \fc ■———-^———————J A^ die Hi Tn Hardware oi all Kinds 2F* n Subscribe for The Herald and keep posted AP* n HI TO on the political situation. It will be. sent v*)\ 0 U UllJi to you for three months for "two bits." LAjU IU. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "UEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Rank building. C C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LA . Practices in Federal and all State Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. "»^ H. HARB, DENTIST. Office over Postaffice. Y»kim» avenue, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. nytiffiM over Yakima National Rank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tba courts of the Bute and V. H. land offices. W. L. JONIS. J. M. NSWMAN. TONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wasb P. FRANK a. CONNHLL TYRS FRANK A CONNELL, Physicians and Surgeons Office ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 September 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. X. M. KKCD. KDITOR AND MAS'AtIKR Pabllshed every Tfcanda?: sit«-rlptii»n tI.OD par jnat In advance. Advertletag las** npon application. THURSDAY. SEPTEIiBER'I7, 189$. For President, W. JENNINGB BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR BEWALL, of Msine. THAT PROSPEROUS ERA. Something like one hundred thousand newspapers in the United States sre tell ing ns thst the most prosperous time* this country ever had was from 1880 to 1893, and the prosperity wss checked by aelnnge in the administration. They persist in telling their resders that a re turn ol that prosperity can be bad by the election of Major McKinley to the presi dency, the adoption of a little higher rate of taxation and the maintenance of the gold standard. Let us look backward and see if we wsnt to return to thst seas on of bossted prosperity. Total number of business failures in tbe United States first half of 1880, 2,-] 399; assets, $14,727,907; liabilities »31, --000,831,803. Totsl number first...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 September 1896

SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Ran* At Paragraph* Ualherra la the netrapallaaf Central Wait. latitat* and trom the Ureal an.l Fertile t'oiiiilr* Surrounding It. J. B. Ingram returned on Tuesday from Spokane. Curtia Greene returned on Sunday from the Swank mines. W. O. VanHchuyver, of Portland, 1* a guest of the Hotel Yskima. Guy Allen left on Sunday to attenti the Lake View school, near Tacoma. Horn, em Tuesday last to Mr. and Mrr. Zenas Bolton, of the Wenss, a dan.liter. N. N. Brown and Jas. Msbry are hunt ing geese and ducks in tbe lower end of the county. Mrs. Conrad Dar, of Sumner, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. O. Ewing, having arrived on Friday last. A marriage license was issued on Sat urday last to Grsnt Burgett of the Wenas, and Miss Grace Lewis ol the Cowychee. Report was brought to Tug Herald the other day that a flock of quail esti mated at 200, frequently seen on the south side of the N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 17 September 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE >m»»<*t'*ot* Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. OUR TITLED WOMEN AT HOME. Th* Estates Anil Resilient «-s of lurtn T American Ulrls Now Living In Knglanil. American young women who marry titled or prominent Englishmen usually spend the remainder of their lives abroad. Their homes are all that money can buy. The new duchess eif Marlborough will, of course, occupy Blenheim, one of the most nui.nihVe'iit private residences in the world. For tunes have already been spent In com pleting and repairing this luagulfl—_t castle, and another million or so could be employed to good udvuutag. in put ting the building and grounds in order. It ia expected that a large portion of the marriage settlement will be expended in thia manner, says the New York World. One of the largest castles in Eng land, Coonibe abbey, belongs to thi countess of Craven, who wus Miss Cor nelia itradley Martin, and who has just paaaed her lbth birthday, though .tie baa been a lad...

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