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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 June 1893

The Herald, WILFORD ALLEN. Bono* *hd Publish l"llb!i»h~t eTery Friday filing, st full man. Whitman connty, Wiwhinirton. Ail AdTi>rtissm«nt» will be continued ami chaiv>' for until ordered out. — i) bid OF 8C1W0KIIT1ON: OMB YEAR *'f«>« SIX MONTHS ONLY. 1.00 Yon for bond*. It will be money in the pocket of every tax-paper to vole for bonds on the 10th inst. How about celebrating the H7th Bmil vcrsiry of Uncle Sam's birth? Only about tour weeks now in which to make preparations. Pullman should get out a small but neat pamphlet descriptive of the coun try's resources, and distribute them in Chicago during the progress of the fair. The results would be more than gratify ing. Won.i' you like to be a citizen of a town whose credit had been ruined by mossbacks? That's jus: the question now. There are a few mossbacks in Pullman who would have the bond elec tion fail to carry. If the college regents are being mis represented by the press why do they not make some denial. "Silence giv...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 June 1893

HE WOULD NOT LEAVE THE COLONY, i ..,.;,,, )n( r Who Climbed v Coeoannt Treo ami llellril n Hi-|;liiH'iil. It is the custom in the British army i that whenever a regiment is transferred from one colony to another prisoners I who may be in the jail are handed over to the outgoing corps and continue their . sentences at the new station. In one case one of these jailbirds made np his mind that he would not leave the colony. | Private Johnson was one of the smart- I est men in the corps, and furthermore he was an excellent groom and almost „' "cordon bleu." He had one sad fail- | ing. "fl was a tllirf- His peculations I had, however, been generally small, and he bad escaped serious punishment. One night a largo store in the town was bro ken into and a considerable amount of money stolen. It was conclusively proved that Johnson was the thief, and he was sent to jail. When the regiment was leaving the colony, Johnson, with lome other soldier prisoners, was to be handed over according to cu...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 June 1893

Xlie Herald, WILFORO ALLIN. fO/«K 4V •»«»»» Plibliohed every FrM*JF eTciiing, »1 I"v" own, Whitman county, Ww-liimtton. AU AilvprtiM>ment» Will '■■ OOSitlßlwd and charted for until «dsf*d cut. TKKMS OF BUWOKirTION: ONKYKAK 92-;;« BIX MONTHS •■">> NORTHWEST Mns. WASnISGTON. The Kitlitiis county commissioners at their July sefsioa will act upon the prop osition to fund the county's indebted ness by issuing bonds. Tb* Latah Times plant has been re moved to l'ekon. and is now \iM«i in the publication of the Tekoa Blade, J. !•'■■ Kessly, one of the bngbieal newapapei men of the l'ltloiis,'. is the editor. Spokane, Walla Walla hihl Pendleton H re liul.iiuK ft>r th» location of the Vniou Paoifla shops, whirl: were burned down at Starbuok recently. It is quite liki-lv. however, that thuy will bj rebnilt on the olii uti'. Juajepb Williams, ngeil 18, hai left his boms near Davenport witlio.it a word of explanation. Be had oooaiderable money, which In- had earned lanl harvest nnd t...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 June 1893

Kenan's Tovertj. Contrary to what is supposed by many, M Ernest Kenan left little private for rune to his family. Bo much so is this 1 the case that Mine Kenan intends to I Lll the library of her deceased husband I while awaiting the national pension; ■Men parliament will make no difficulty : m granting her. M. Berthelot, the life long friend of Renan, says that the latter left the world almost as poor as he was on the day when he quitted Saint-Sulpice in order to face the Struggle, for exist ence. Renan had the same disdain for money, per Be, towards the end of his career that he had when he said to the imperial minister who offered him a lucrative post, "Sit tocnm tua pecuniar All he wanted was sufficient to enable him to pursue his studies in ease and comfort. As a professor of the Collage of France Renan had 10,000 francs, or £400 a year, from which 5 per cent, was deducted in order to form a pension. As director of the establishment he had £80 yearly and rooms, £80 also as fees...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 2 June 1893

CITY DIRECTORY, city OFFICERS. ■AIM 1!,.-. N.-ill. Cocsill.MUS--K. II I , '•• ■■:, ■-.■,. J. A. Wil kinson, T. L. Unarm, Win. \.,!.i.t W. L. Inv kir. Ol HiK C. M. BoWHBS. bMU K. Lnnniug. FOUOS irsn.K 11. E. Morriman. City Attornst—V. K. 8011. h moss "i mi- PE»oi—H. K. Merriroim, It. 11. llnuim. CHURCHES. CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH—Corner I'iin« dise nn.t High »tn^t-. SorrloMUt 11. h. m. Mid 7. "•' p. in.; Sunday school '" '" " m. 1.. O. Baxbj>i Pastor. METHODIST CHDRCH—On Soniiydil* hill. S<Tvi<Hf hi 11 «. m, anil ! 80 p. rn.i Sunday School „t 10 11. m. H. M. MaBTIS, Pii»t«r- EPISCOPAL CllLlH'H—S,.rvic>i) mch >lt« niili- SnMwith bi tliu EplMopal Chnreh '"■ liminl Mroet, hi T-'M p. m. J. N. T. UOM, Hector. BAPTIST I HIT.' I' I'on.iT Knrinu un.l Mo- Kanslo street*. BoHcm every Banday nt II ■ in. ami 10 p. m.| Bonday school p.l i" h. in. Wwklv prayer meeting Thnrnday evening r»'olook. L. W. Oowks, Pastor, SI K\l HI KIM EPISCOPAL CHURCH- Moralng Prayer al 11 a. iii. every Buni...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 June 1893

— ) "vfif . fpje finllmatt fUfalil VOL. .">. NO. 33. TIRED OF LIVING. That was the Verdict of Mrs- Mattie Powell Wednesday Evening. She Committed Suicide by Taking Strychnine. Mrs. Mattie Powell, one of the unfor tm i»te inmates of Annie McNeff's bagnio, In this city, concluded that it was pref erable to step unbidden into the pr< b juoe of her maker, lust We.lnrs.lay 1-v --ening, rather than continue her unholy existence here on earth. Strychnine the desperate woman decided upon as the gurest methoil of self destruction, and at jlmut n i ['clock she swallowed a large doge, Although efforts were made by physicianß to save the woman, the drug proved fatal, and her wish to die was granted at about eleven o'clock." Mrs. Powell will be remembered as the wife of A. M. Powell, who hist fall run a dray line in Pullman. Helen the city (or Oregon in search of work and the woman entered upon a life of shame. Ihe remains of the woman were buried yestcnliu :n'i' moon, at foil* o'clock. —....

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 June 1893

Tlie Herald, WIL jftD ALLEN, Editor HMD Pubushik rnlilinhn! ev«] Friday ercoiaaj «l Poll mnti, Wliitiiimi nninty, Wwlimiiton. All A'.f■..n,-,. m .■llt^ will bo continneil and cliftrp-il for nut il onlered out. TERMS OF BOBaOBIFTIOHi ONB YEAR $2.00 BiX MONTHS ONLY »•*>« The Olympian auvoca'eH do porting the Six Companies, saying that that is the easiest way to get rid of the Chinese, as the servant will follow the matter, RO MOKK CIttABETTES. Tin- handling or smoking of cigarettes is now a violation of the law. Yester da tko Roseoe bill, passed by the last state legislator*, oume into effect, and he who deals in the filthy little weed to day is a law breaker. The provisions of the bill are as follow*: Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for ai'.v pi'isoii or persons whomsoever, to manafaoiure, buy, asli, give or faro 's'i to anyone* oigartttee, cigarette pa per or dgaratt* wrappers. Sec. 'J. That whosoever manufaoturee, buys, sells, given or tarnishes to any pcre in or |«-rson«, ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 June 1893

AT the BABY'S BEDTIML This is baby's bedtime: My little oue comes to me in" hr uuMry little nightgown And down at my knee. And i '■"»' »tweet child I'gel Is for n timemy As she s»y» her little prayers over With her hands upon her breast. «Xow I lay me," «he whispers 1,, low voice, "down to Bleep. I vmy the Lord"-and the blue eyes Malt close-"my soul to keep. if I should die"--oh, the shiver ■ At my heart I—"before I wake, I,„ ,y the Lord"—and the eyelids Droop low-"my soul to take." Then I lift up the little one, clasping Her close to my loving heart. And give her warm, good night kisses Till the closed lids break apart As the leaves do, folding a flower. And the violets of her eyes Look up in their drowsy fashion And smile at me angelwiso. •'Dood night," she whispers me softly And sleepily, with a kiss That lingers with me in slumber. And stirs my heart with bliss, As 1 think of the little one dreaming With her head against my breast. Till »■>' sleep is as full of rapture As her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 June 1893

.Piic Herald, WIL r!0 M.LE*, CD.TOR AKO PuBUSHIH PuMlthw) «Tery Friday .-M-niiiK. "I Poll nun, Whitman county, \Viu<hinl[Um, All A.lv..rli M will be continued aud charged for until ordered out. HUMS OF BCBSCIUriION! ONE TEAS »2.<H» til X MONTHS ONLY 1-00 XORTHWKST N'EHS. WASHINGTON. iv Griffith's two-story dwelling at i was destroyed by lire the other v. ' . The EH>erU)H Wheat Belt, which sus peoded publicatiou hist month, has Iwen revived. The boiiy of Mark McConnell, who ink l»6t in the mow near Waterviiie lust Dwomber has beeu fonnd. The I'uget Souu<l reduction works at Dverett will Mart up July 1, and the new steel whaleback bargo will be launched July 30. A gang of counterfeiters has been op al Everett, In a deserted hoime , jre found dies, a small forge, aontOible I i.il oilier implement* and material. Sta'e paper* are full of reports of de»r 1.i11.i in violation of the law. Large i >ors of grouse are being slain in the i ■■;mg season, too, but theso birds are i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 June 1893

r<: co.tuu.es at . State » uneral. There is one thing that should bo , need before another funeral is held fihe wnaTe if it is desired to make the SnwMHiies dignified and impressive, Sis the costuming of those senators T conKTCssmcn who aro chosen to act honorary pallbearers mid escort the *°," to the home of the dead senator. SS; was well illustrated by the funeral X tor Kenna. On the front row sat 1 president and his cabinet, all dressed PJack with black neckties and black l yes' 'in the next row sat the mem wsof the supreme court in their owk ««rd and glistening gowns of black silk, «hile behind the judges were the foreign Ministers, aH in black. lust across the aisle in the seats of hon ,md prominence fat the senators and Lsressmen who had been selected to »rtas pallbearers and to represent con lesson the funeral train. Senator Faulk -51 r at the head of the line, was reiplen -sn't ! with necktie of brilliant red spots, while next to him the light blue trousers 1,1 colored ti...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 9 June 1893

( 11 V DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. Mator—Thou. Neill. Corswiuww—£• It. Ult.Tiirui. J. A. Wil kinson, T. 1.. Jlnnroo, Win. V.-I.lit. W. I..Uy lor. ci.kbk «'. M. Htwmi-. Marsual —It. I«nnini{. Pourc Jcancit—H. E. M«rim»n. (in ATTOKXKt-V. K. null. jFs-nru Of Till t>K'.-r 11. K. Merrimu, B. 11. llHimn. i CHURCHES. ( OMORBG ITIOM U. CHUKCII '-I'oraw P»rn dlM anil lliuh ■:"■•'-■ 8errloe««l 11. a. in. i,n.t 7.50 p. in. . Bandn) pch'«>l >l 10 n. m. U. r>. BAtBD, E^wtor. Mi:niUl)lST CHOBCH—On Boany»id« hill. S;v\iros st 11 a.m. nr.l 7.50 p. m.;Snnclny School hi 10 n. m. II- M Mauti.v, Pastor. EPISCOPAL CHOBCHr-SenrlOM each »lter n»to Snhlmtli at the Episcopal LTiaroh on i.n.n.l ttimt, at 7.81) [). ill. .'. N. T. (loss, X, stor. BAPTIST i lit Kin Corner Spring and Me- Kpniio »t r»t«. Berrlooi i-vcry Siiiklh.v »l 'I ii. .iiml T.:i'i p. m i Bandaj Bohoo) nt 10 a. m. W.M.klv prayer mooting n.nr-.ln.v •nalnial 7 •'oloik. L. W. Uowbc, I'aator. ST. KATHKIiINK-H KPIBCOPAL CHURCH UonilDg Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 June 1893

fflje fttillman fUMk VOL- .V NO. 3*. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The district lodge, I. O. G. T., will convene in Pullman on June 20th, at which time business pertaining to the order will be transacted. The delegate! from Pullman lodge (ire Mesdames Riley, Gustin and DePartee; Misses McKay and Quttin, and Messrs. Buckley, Sargi ot ond DePar.ee. A reception will be ten dered visiting delegates by the home lodge Tuesday evening. —The Right Reverend Lemuel 11. Wells, bishop of the jurisdiction of Spokane, will visit Pullman on Sunday the 2nd of July. All friends of the church mission work are cordially invi ted to attend divine service on that oc casion, and these desirous of receiving {he apostolic rite of confirmation will please send their names to Rev. J. N. T. Gobs, at Colfax. —Services at the Christian church Sun day are as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m. i preaching by Rev. S. B. Letson at ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 June 1893

Tlic Herald, WUFO:O ALLEN, CtHTOK and Pusushw PnhlUliml ovpry Priilny ovoliihK, nt full nun, Whitman tt'Unij, WawMunutn. All AilYt-rtiwiiirnt* will lx> rontlnned anil charj^yl for until or-lonxl oat, TERMS 01 i '-' KIM IO»: . ON! YEAH ... $2.00 BIX UOMTU3ONLY. • •<"' Tuk Fourth will not bo celebrated in Fulhuan this Mason, but the citizens will put in the duv with neighboring tovr.s. Some of the towns people are Contemplating a grand picnic, which idea if a very good ouo. J>ct the city lmve ,i time of it's own. The Spokane Chronicle has called in Regent Charles H. Connor to assist it in fretting up a three column article iv favor of removing tue agricultural col lege from Pullman to Spokane, cays the Olympian Tribune, This still further emphasizes the announcement thai, each regent is ci-ntinunlly felt called upon to make that "I am not in favor of removal." Spokane ought to have her haniis full just now looking after trade in the Pa louse country without laying plots to St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 June 1893

FUNERAL OF A DRUID BT RANGE DEATH RITES ON A LOFTY HILLTOP IN WALES. lUlßl—tTllf— —'-* "fa""""" ' '" Il! M ,..Mlinn of the H..,1> of the Latl Leader of the Druid* of Wain -Bathat Mixed Service.!. Far away seem the times and the rit. : of the Druids; even under the mistletot at yuletide—the time of Yowling. Theirs was one of the most ancient and primi tive of religions, and its cult is greatly shrouded in mystery. Yet it is not alto gether dead. Among the hills of Wales many strange relics of the past remain. There may bo no "fragments of forgot ten peoples," but there aro legends and customs and songs and social and reli gious rites preserved unchanged from the days of Arthur and Merlin and Taliessin. There are probably not a few seers who. liko Glendower, "can summon spirits from the vasty deep," though whether or not they will come is yet a mooted ques tion. And as for! ho Druids, their line is yet unbroken, and their weird rites are still celebrated as of old. The death occurr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 June 1893

'.Cfie 1-lereild, WIL fit) ALLEN. Editor HMD Pubushck PnMished every Friday evening, "' I'"11 oinn, Whitman county. Wn>.liim; feM. All AdwrtincmnnU will be continued and churged for until onlered "lit. — TOMB OF liMTIOS: ONE YEAR -9? SIS MONTHS ONLY. l-*>° NORTHWEST NEMS. WASHtNOTON. Thi> young ninn who is traveling over the Norlh?r« Pacific railroad ties on a bicycle from Oiympia to Chicago is A. 11. Christopher. He was last heard of nt Ellensburg. The Ellensburg Register announces that a company ha- at last been organ ized, and work has begun on the con struction of a water canal, to cost $800, --000, which will reclaim -10,000 acres of sage brush land lying north of the El lansburg ditch, in East Kittitas county. The Northwest Wat >r company, of Blame, refused to furnish water for pro tection from fire to the International t.hingie mill, because the former ownej of the mill was indebted to the company in the SUm of t3OO. An order of court was necessary, and the water ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 June 1893

S ADIEU! Voa Have n heart of Hr» and gold- I "vhh'li -c.r.uvl iokliow yonrlienrt nrfeht j \. Not mini" i<> <"'■* »">""'-'''"' '''"'v ' ' Who wormhlp you auil bond Ihe knee- TosinuJOurpralsMlotilHiwl Iwi: Lqve'« silence Urcaervi . ...i i.;u. . My love, that la both dumb aud ilivp. ' fg freely Blvon, as tl« tru« n-hni secret still ths fates may keep I know not, but I say lulienl [ lay adieu because my ri-.rt Must bo to leave that whirling train, When- every moment is a'anmrt. Anil every day a year of rain. .Walter H. Pollock i" Longman's Magaslne. IN THE CAB. •He aliens was queer, Del was." Theobc.ervati.iii was given without so licitation. Jerome Bonr.f-r was not the man to wait for an invitation to express his opinion His long habit of sitting on the box with his hand on the throttle ready to ''pull her open" did not influ ence !11 "' conversation' Only in the ca b with the schedule before him, was be amenable to signal. There he was trusted. The superintendent considere...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 16 June 1893

CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. MATOH-Thos. Neill. OomKXUnm K. H. U-tternmn, J. .V Wil kinson, T. U Mtinro... W,u. Wider, W. 1., lay lor. «?LKBK —<". M. Si ,■„'],.. Mabobal—K. lannlng. IV, : JrnTiOK—II. E. Mnrri:njui. Trrv A-rmnsKT—V. E. Hull. jCTTtoia Of rai Vmci-11. E. HwrUnan K. 11. llnnna. cnvuciiEs. CONGREGATIONAL I HI BCD Corner Pan diw nnd High stnvti'. rk-rvicisat 1!. a. in. and 7.80 p. m. : Sunday school at 10 a. m. L. O. Haibi>, Pastor, METHODIST CItLUCII—On Bonnyslde hill. S«'rvic<w at 11 a. in. nod 7.80 p. in.; Sunday School at 10 a. m. 11 M. Marvin, Pastor. EPIBOOPAIi ClllHCll— Hcrvicw nob nlti-r --nato labl ■:. at the EpUcopal Church on (iranil Btreot, iii 7.30 p. m. J. N. T. Uoaa, lttn'tor. BAPTIST CHtJECH—Corner Spring and Me- Kenziestropts. Beryiosa , very Sunday at 11 a, m. and 7:80 p. m.| Sunday school at H ii. in. Weekh prajer meeting Thursdaj cvonincHt 7 •'clock. L. W. Oowi I'astor. ST. KM ill KIM RPIBCOPAL CHOUCII— Morning Prayer at 11 a. m. BTery Bunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 June 1893

Hie ihtUniatv $ltt&lb> VOL. 5. NO. 35. NEWS OF THE CITY. Happenings in Pullman During; the Past Week. Movements of our Citizens Chronicled by the Herald. —The Union Pacific lias discontinued, for the present, the mixed train on the C,,]iax-Mos.ow run, and will run only one train a day each war. The me con tinned will be the one that reaches Pullman at 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., which train will lay over in Moscow all night. We hope the train will be returned to the run in a short time, as it was a great accommodation. —As we go to press, we learn that W. ]> McCain, of the firm of Blackmail liros. & Co., has just returned from a successful fishing excursion in Northern Idaho, with dead loads of "fish for all his friends and neighbors, who will be sup plied by calling at Blackmail Bros.' store. It there are any fish not disposed of, put them in brine, that's salt and water. —Services at the Christian church Sunday, June 25th, are as follows: Sun day school at 10 a. m., conduc...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 June 1893

The Herald, WILFO3O ALLEN. Editor AMD PUBLISHER Pgblinhed nrrry Friday iwning, nt Pull ■nan, Whitman county, Washington. AD (liliiiillmiimilii will Ih> nttnned «ml charge<l for until onloroil out. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION] ONE HEAR $a.oo BIX MONTHS ONLY 1 ■<>« Tiik truth about the banking situat ion is bad enough, and false statements Should be avoided. A report was recent ly sent out that the First National of Pullman, had closed its doors. There is no ruth in th. statement. The bunk has 9100,000 capital stock and is one of the solidest institution of eastern Wash ington. It is in the hands of careful and conservative men ami experienced bankers. The First National, of Pull man, mil be doing business when plenty of other banks in the state are in the bands of receivers.— Olympian-Tribune, I'm. Taooma Lodger recontly pub lished an interview with "Knprosenta live Anderson" on the agricultural col lege question in which that individual expressed himself ns in favor of it re m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 23 June 1893

A RAINY DAY. ,„. What lady loves a rainy dayf II «■?*•„,... puUproßelln on her foot, fe£7«£Sii »*icnor Bhe who sock. I V O, her t«*«tad ***** along t, K irt» "or beau crowded, on some sunny noon, ""7" trnmlin on a winter* nlarht °r tr'P M sletanride to a distant ball. On a c'W »WgJ day who sweeps the hearth f VS« B ds th« busy needl ■. or arplie, *n i™,ni to th. torn or threadbare sleeve; {JSrSSSGod that .he ha. friend, and 110I 10 the pelting of the storm will think "h° '".^neighbor that she can befriend; K^SSS lamp at ntaht and read, aloud tVho tnni» broth.-r uleß he loves to hear, To » tares cheerfully abroad to watch K.'SdSS o? some slok and ..thrln. friend. [ it,inl«terlnu that best of modtolne- tender care and cheering hope; BATmI -* •••» » • '^^ainard. A PLUCKY WIFE. Kaze Bar was excited. Six horses ere missing from Bill Hines' drove. Fifteen minutes after Bill had reported his loss at the bar a party had found the trail and ridden off toward the south ■vest Presently, as the...

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