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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 October 1896

VOL VIII. JUST ARRIVED! WILSON'S AIR TIGHTS* HEATERS | We have now on the floor the finest line of air tight heaters ever shown in the city. Wilson's are the acknowledged leaders. Guaranteed economical, clean and satisfactory. See them before you buy. Cast heaters, cook stoves and ranges cheaper than ever. FUED _P_E3___rT2sri2SrC3-Tolsr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. TJEAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kiimiis 7 ami 8, Socoud floor, First National Bauk building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prsctlces in Federal and all State Courts. Office over Yakima National Hank. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Offlce over Postamce. Yakinia avenue, North Yakima. TT J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. KAe~Otf.ce over Yakima National Bank, Nortb Yakima, will practice In all tha courts ol the state and U. 8. land offices. W. L. JOMBS. 1. _. NKWMAN. JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First Natloual Bank, North Yakima, Wash s r. MM B. COMMELL tyrs frank a connell, Physicians and Surgeons Office over First National Bank. Dr....

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 October 1896

THE YAKIMA HERALD. i. k. mama, editor and maj»aq__ . ablis-e- nrmj T_«r_lay; ■■tsscription fl.oo par year in advance. Advertising rates apon application. THURSDAY, OCTOBER t9, 1896. EFor President, . JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President, ARTHUR SEWALL, of Maine. ANXIETY OF THE G. 0. P. Republicans express themselves pub lically as certain beyond any reasonable doubt thst McKinley will be elected, and bombastic bulletins are sent oat from the national headquarters claiming every thing in sight. For all tbst never before hays tbs republican managers seen fit to send speakers of national reputation into Oregon and Washington. There must be some reason for this snd it is found in ths fact tbat these ststes, with California, were heretofore considered certain to re turn a republican msjority and further more tbey were not looked apon ss neces sary to republican success. Now, evi dently, Mr. Henna's big claims regard ing tbe states bordering on the Mississip pi were mads only f...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 October 1896

IT MEANS THE SAVING OF MANY A DOLLAR TO YOU DITTER BROS. STRICTLY CASH DRY GOODS STORE SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. m PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE all Son* ol Paragraphs Ualhered In iin- metropolis<■! Central W asls- Inglon and from tls« Ureal and Senile Country Surrounding It. Born, Tuesday, Oct. _7th, to Mr. and Mrs. lioii. Stacy, a daughter. Attorney C. D. Murane is again able to be on the street after a severe seige of sickness. The price of barley has increased $3 per ton during the past week and is now quoted at $12. "Why I believe in Immortality," is tbe subject of the sermon in the Presby terian church at 11 o'clock. Jay Sedgewick, representing the tax department of ths Northern Pacific, was Yakima visitor on Wednesday. Will pay cash for 20 or 30 acres of good land not over six miles from town. Ad drcHs Box Mi with description and price. Miss Hi i/.ner, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Slemmons, left on Fridsy last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 29 October 1896

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. THROAT TROUBLES. rs-sts Abont nrrsilnm In a Way Tha* Will Prevent Them. "If people would only remember to breathe through the nose; if only they wonld think for a moment of the func tions of the nose. I would have scarce ly have anything to do in my profes sion," aaid a well-known throat and ear specialist recently. "Yes! Free nasal breathing is the es sential of a healthy throat. The nose Is the medium made by nature totrans mlt the air to the lungs; its passages ire provided with a slight growth of hair, which acts as a sieve in purifying the air we breathe. These hairs _ol lect the dust particles, aud because of the natural supply of mols'.nre in tho nose the air is sufficiently dampened in passing through not to Irritate the lungs and throat. -On the other hand, people who breathe through the mouth will always have a dry, parched throat, and are sure to Be victims of hoarseness, nnd sooner or later will suff...

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

VOL. VIII. JUST ARRIVED! WILSON'S AIR TIGHT *&** HEATERS I We have now on the floor the finest line of air tight heaters ever shown in the city. Wilson\s are the acknowledged leaders. Guaranteed economical, clean and satisfactory. See them before you buy. Cast heaters, cook stoves aud ranges cheaper than ever. IFIRJEID FEl^l_Tl_3_NrC3'TOlsr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IJEAVIS A ENI.I.EHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 a.ul 8, Second flo«.r, Flrit National Bank building. B C BENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices In Federal ami all State Conrts. Office over Yakima National Hank. W H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Po_teffice. Yakima avenue, Nortb Yakima. T_T J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gaT-Otttce over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practli. In all th» court* of the State and U. 8. land offices. W.L. JONES. J. K. NKWMAK. TONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bauk, North Yakima, Wash p. FKANK B. CONNELL t)rß frank & connell, Physicians and Surgeons Office over Flri...

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

fHE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. RIKD. EDITOR AMD HANAOIR Fabllthed every Thnnday; tabecrlptton I par rear in advance. Advertlelng rates ■pon application. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER e\ 1896. THE AMERICAN BREAD FRUIT. Tbe shipment ol American apples to Europe this year has reached mnch larger proportions than ever before. Cargo space has been engsged weeks •head on outgoing steamers for American apples and at this date over 600,000 bar rels have been exported against 35,000 barrels for a corresponding period last year. Notwithstanding the large yield throughout the states tbe price has con tinued very satisfactory to tbe producer. The crop abroad, to be true, has been light but there has for years been a con stant and increasing demand for a pro duct in which America cannot be ex celled or even equalled, either in quality or quantity, and for which eastern Washington, and especially Yakima is peculiarly adapted. The Europeans are partial to our colored applee. Tbe Bald win is a strong favorite bat o...

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

IT MEANS THE SAVING OF MANY A DOLLAR TO YOU ** "rr\ v 9/* DTTTER BROS. STRICTLY CASH DRY GOODS STORE SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA TOe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. • PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Sort, ol l'..nl«r.i|.li. t.i.lli.r-.l In the metropolian! Central Wash ington and front (lit. t.rral anil fertile Country Hurronndlng 11. State warrants are now quoted at o«f> cents. Jud-te W. 11. Brinker, of Seattle, was a Yakima visitor on Wednesday. A daughter was born on Thursday, Oct. 811k, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lord, of thiacitv. I George Guillsii.l is at present in Spo kane. Mrs. Guillsnd is with her rela tives in Salt Lake. James Mackison, who has been a res ident of Alaska for tbe past couple of years, is now in Spokane. Married, Wednesday, Nov. 4, at the home of the bride, on tl.e Wenas. Miss Effie Smith and W. H. Taylor. Rev. B. E. Utz officiated. Receiver Sleinmnns of tbe U. S. lan«i office and Clerk J. L. Banks of the Yaki ma reservation left yesterday for ...

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

THE WORLD AT LARGE •*>-)o-ot-at- Miscellaneous Bits of Information, • Gossip and Fancy. I HIS FUTURE OCCUPATION. One Bad Roy Thought He Would Drive m Coach and Preach. Ex-Attorney (lencral Miller was born and spent his early life in a small New York village. At the little school house where be first lenrneil to read and play "hqpkev." says the Indian apolis Sentinel, there was a fellow pupil who, although about the same age as Mr. Miller, was noted through out the village for his pure cusscduess. That boy, according to Mr. Miller's statement, would sit up of a-nigbt to con coct some scheme to make thepeopl.. of the town miserable. He would chase the cows, stone the dogs anil pigs, put ropes across the path at uight, set pins on the seats at church and scare the wits out of all the old maids for a nvle around. Whenever any devilment was done it was laid at the door of this one boy. and usually correctly. At school he was a terror to all. Stubborn and defiant, there was no restrain...

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

VOL. VIII. JUST ARRIVED! WILSON'S WAIB TIO-E-LT %*^ HEATERS 1 We have now on the floor the finest line of air tight heaters ever shown in the city. Wilson's are the acknowledged leaders. Guaranteed economical, clean and satisfactory. See them before you buy. Cast heaters, cook stoves and ranges cheaper than ever. FRED FElsTlsrilsrC3-To2sr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J£I_.AVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Roomi 7 and 8, Second floor, Pint National Bank building. g C. HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practice* In Federal and all Bute Court*. Office over Yakima National Bank. H. HARE, DENTIST. Ofllce over Poatsffice. Yakima avenue, North Yakima. pk J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. gmr-Otetee over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha courtsot the State and U. S. land officer W. In ..INK-. 1. U. KIWI-AM. JONES <lt NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over Flnt National Bank, North Yakima, Waah i'.fkank a. mnu tjrs frank a connell. Physicians and Surgeons Office over First National Bank. Dr...

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

ME YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. MET.. KI-ITOR AND MANAGER ' PHl.il-hi**, evwy Thnrwlav. *al»crlptlon 11.00 per year In advance. Adverttilng rate* iilH.ii application. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1896. Rev. Clark Davis waa defeated for rep resentative of King county by 23 votes, bat ran ahead of his ticket. LI Hong Chang's celebrated coffin, wbicb be carried with him on his recent tour of tbe world, wss burned recently is • fire on board the ateamahip Guernsey. Of all tbe political anomalies David B. Hill is perhaps the biggest. He doesn't even know himself "where be is at" and is so confused tbat be baan't bad time to claim that be waa a democrat. There Is considerable "joshing" over tbe republican poll, of the Nob Hill and Moxee precinct,. Those who made and vouched for tbe poll, are tbe subjects of the jibe, of their party associates afl.t are receiving the "ha-ha" from the other aide. _____ The rumor circulated by the Time, that The Herald waa to be moved from this city is without any foundat...

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

COLD WEATHER • Best Ladies Underwear, per suit 50 ...Makes us look tat „ „ M .... » _ 0 ... 1 .1 , i-m 1 1 r-i Best Men s Underwear, different assortment, per suit fI 00 .. .. ':::::::,£ Woolen Underwear, Blankets, Etc. HH x SQ " " " woolen, per suit, 150 -j^jpjlsf fa Wmee Mum wt meet a target ami whum eaaaiumaat tkn ■!■_■ Can tbe Beat, per suit, 300 II M ii M «... i rtn before and we guarantee yon thai me have 11 <■ Ih-kI and at the 1 t>i 1 «. _•«._• « •"" right prices, vihich •*<• bmu >.... 11 note. In Is lan Ice ts we nave a full line of North Star and Oregon goods. ".." 25° DITTER BROS. CASH STORE Try l,i and sec if m can,t back our asscrlions m m Ml "i c aim.* 1 m> MMM i\ tut: tin. SNAP SHOTSJT YAKIMA rhe "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEH PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All MM of Paragraph. Uathered In tbe Metropellaaf Central Wash fertile Country Surrounding It. Fred E. Thompson has been a visitor to various sound points during tbe past week. Chi...

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

THE WORLD AT LARGE -a>-ye> -ot-ot- Miscellaneous Bits of Information, Gossip and Fancy. GUARDED BY INSECTS. Golden Sanda That Are Inaooee aiblo Because of Mosquitoes. A Hirer In South Anrla In Which Met Mack Freetou* Ore, Bat Miners Can nut Withstand the Poison ous Inure.*. Gold in plenty may lie found in the sands of the Volador river, a stream of moderate volume that falls from the anow line of the Sierra de Santo Mrtrta in South America, but thoug*h the low land region and the river bud where the precious metal aboumls in fabu lous quantities are easily accessible, the mosquitoes are so thick and ter rible there that all attempt., to rifle tb* aand* of tbeir gold have so far failed. Elisee Reclus, the celebrated French geographer, was tbe first to explore the plain about the Voladur* mouth. He had thought of establishing an agricultural colony in the .Vrtil.. low lands, but found the plague of insects *o unbearable that he was forcod to beat a retreat and abandon his proj e...

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

VOL. VIII. JUST ARRIVED! WILSON'S I **&t AIR TIGHHT W** HEATERS 1 We have now on the floor the finest line of air tight heaters ever shown in the city. Wilson's are the acknowledged leaders. Guaranteed economical, clean and satisfactory. See them before you buy. Cast heaters, cook stoves and ranges cheaper than ever. pred PROFESSIONAL CARDS. isi_aigg^g-a^-y--^g_-s^iga^aggjggsa^^;i.'ia^^^ JJEAVIS A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second floor, First National Bank balldlng. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practlcea In Federal and all State Coarta. Office over Yakima National Bank. ytf^ H. HARE, DENTIST. Office over Poateffice, Yakima a. enue, North Yakima. XT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. anr~ofi\ce over Yakima National Bank, North Yiiirrm. Will practice In all the coarta ot tbe State and U. S. land offlcea. w. _„ .ion jk. j. M. __*«.«. TONES & NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash r. raaaa a. cohkill jjrß. frank & connell, Physicia...

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

fHE YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER PablUbrd every Thnr_day; Mharrlpttoii |1.« per year in adtancv. Adv. rtniuj rue* m.in application. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, ISM. THE POLITICAL FOOLS. Tba Ormjemiaa ia trying tn act meanly toward tba state of Washington, and is succeeding fairly wall. It is bnrting this stale more than any torn tbe election did or might have takes, and seems to take great pleasure in its paatom of vitrol throwing. Tbe editor is undoubtedly a great man in bis prvVsaema. bat, all tbe •am*, bis paper ia doing eoeae nighty sasall work ia its daily aaaarUoas eon •cr-alag ibis state since election It is an. ia* eari mterating tbat Washington ia in a dJaaafeona. financial, commercial aa-_ iadastrial oood-tkw, or. rather, pre dicament on accoaat ol the failure ol tbe T-epabbcans to alect tbeir ticket and give a majority far McKinley. Ilia aayiag that no investor will come to this state, tbat those bavin* nxioey bars will take It all away; tbat no immi grants wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 19 November 1896

COLD WEATHER B.stUdies Underwear, per suit 50 Make. v. ,00k for^ I Be ß t Men's Underwear, different assortment, per suit ft* .. \z\\\)'.::::::::::::::: ,» »»! Woolen Underwear, Blankets, Etc. ;; ;; ;; ;• •• •■ •• ■so •' '• " woolen, per suit, 150 |^I§K_f-jf§j In these lilies we have a larger an.l better aaeortment than ever __^_5111 l K'^''^ M" ' 2°° .. „ », 11 11 11 „ ,-__, before and we guarantee you that we have the best and at the t i>i 1 , 1 _• 1. n _■ -„ , ,- . _ * °° right prices, which we invite you to note. In Hlankcts we liave a full line of North Star and Oregon goods. M M 25° DITTER BROS. CASH STORE Try usandsce if wecan'lbackourassertions mini I IM 01 ni'iv 1 Nil CLOAKS IN THE CITY. SNAP SHOTSJT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PER PICTURES OF YAKIMA LIFE All Hens of Paragraphs Uathered In the metropolis ol Central Wash ington and from tbe Ureal and fertile Country Surrounding It. Judge J. R. Lewis is In the city from Los Angeles. F. ...

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

I THE WORLD AT LARGER / Miscellaneous Bits of Information, S J Gossip and Fancy. / A VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCES. ttmt i aaamtaga Over Which Conductor Not Passenger Had Control. "Thirty-ninth street I" called the con ductor of tbe Alley "L" car. "Thirty ninth street!" exclaimed the woman who was sitting next to the door, jumping up. "Yes, ma'am," replied the conductor politely. "This is where you want to get off." i "Oh, thst's a nice way to try to get out of forgetting me," she returned ex citedly. "You know very well that I told yon I was only going to Thirty eighth street What do yon mean by carrying me by it?" "Why, madam, the"— "Oh, it's no use trying to excuse your self; I know all about it You thought you could impose on me because I'm from tbe country, but I'd bave you un derstand that you can't do it" "But, madam," protested tbe con ductor, "we do not stop at Thirty-eighth street" "Don't lie to me," she replied sn grily. "I guess I know bow these city roads ore run, If I ain't ...

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

VOL. VIII. JUST ARRIVED! JWILSON'S " *>£* AIR "TIGHT •*■«■***• HEATERS j We have now on the floor the finest line of air tight heaters ever shown in the city. Wilson's are the acknowledged leaders. Guaranteed economical, clean and satisfactory. See them before you buy. Cast heaters, cock stoves and ranges cheaper than ever. FRED FEiTnsriisrcH-TOisr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "DEAVIB A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 and 8, Second door, First National Bank building. g C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practices in Federal and all Htate Courts. Office over Yakima National Bank. ■yty^ H. HARE, . DENTIST. Office over Posteff.ce, Yakima avenue, North Yakima. TT J. BNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. SUT-Otftce over Yakima National Bank, North Yakima. Will practice In all tha court! ot the State and U. H. land office*. W. L. JOKER. J. a. NKWMiN JONES A NEWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Over First National Bank, North Yakima, Wash r. raill a. CONNELL T)RB FRANK 4 CONNELL, Physicians and Surgeons » Office over Fir...

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

THE YAKIMA HERALD. E. M. REED. EDITOR AND MANAGER Pabllahed every Thursday; •abacrtptlno 11.00 per rear In advance. Adrertlilnf rata* upon application. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 98, 1896. ■ THE GREAT CRIME OF WAR. There is less excited talk of trouble be tween Spain and tbe United States than there waa, but tbe fact la uncontradicted that tbe Atlantic fleet is being harried to • condition of efficiency greater than at ■ny lime since tbe civil war. This msy mean nothing more than a legitimate notification to Spain tbat we are not to be caught napping, but will proceed to active hostilities, if necessary, without delay; or it may be quasi diplomatic move to make actual war unnecessary. At all events this principle must be ac cepted aa fundamental—namely, that neither by insult nor wrong will this re public consent to be forced to commit a dishonest act, snch as tbe seizure of Cuba, or even tbe acceptance of Cuba and tbe wiping out of all the securities it represents, wonld be. War baa change...

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

BLffIiKETS : BLANKETS . IffER Did you hear something drop? If not call in and see the drop on our i_I.AN.CETB and QUILTS. Those who have pur. heard are more than pleased with tbe bargains we sre giving in every grade from cheep ones to medium and One grade goods, t t * DITTER BROS. CASH STORE SNAP SHOTS AT YAKIMA The "Herald" Reporter Takes Photo graphs of Local Events. PEN PICTURES OP YAKIMA LIFE All Marts of I'sisnsptii l.xlh. red In ihr Metropolian. < emr_>l Wash. lnainii aad from tbe Ureal aad Fertile Ceaatrg Barraaaalng It. Mrs. C. F. Bailey and child returned last week from California. John Lemon and Miss Annie Morrissey were married by Rev. Father Sweere on the 18th inst. Mia* Annie Merwin expects to leave in few days for Baker City. Or., to spend tbe winter with her nncle. Tbe county Sunday school convention will be held in the Methodist church next Saturday. A large attendance is anticipated. W. C. Stsyt and J. A. Rocbford have become associated as partners for tbe pr...

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

THE WORLD AT LARGE Miscellaneous Bits of Information. Gossip and Fancy. HIS VIGILANCE REWARDED Ike Story of a Man Who Waa Pr»p»r*d For Footpad*. There is a man in Bnei-.a Park wbo l_as always been afraid uf being robbed by footpads. A few weeks ago be decided tbat be would prepare himself to defend his property and person if attacked. So be purchased a revolver—tint an ordi nary revolver, but a long barreled one, the sort the cowboys carry out west. For several nights be carried the gun, and tbe assurance with which he walked no doubt frightened the footpads, for they left bim unmolested. Be was pleased with the sense of security he felt from tbe thumping of this weapon •gainst hi* leg, and bis frv.rs were quiet ed until one night not long ago. The sidewalks were slippery, and be was picking bis way along toward bis borne, when a man bumped against him. Tbe offender waa profuse in his apolo gies as he struggled to regain bis foot hold. "It was purely accidental, I assure you, sir," ...

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