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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 December 1896

USUAL WEEKLY GBIST Paragraphic Penciling ct "mid" Re porters in their Fearcn for leu IAIT MATTERS Or LOCAL MOIEIT l.aral llease RrisrSlag ailacellaae •ae Kvvala tkSlcfe Rave Traas plreS la mm* .kern l-erik taklaaa Psrlsi lb* Past Week. City Clerk Jss. R. Coe is on the sick list. D. E. I_e*h returned this morning from Portlsnd. I K'.chard S'rnb*, b made s busloSSS trip 10 Eliensburg Wednesday, Waller J. Kee.l, of Cle Elnm, waa in the _ity on business Tuesday. O. V. Carpenter made a trip to the Siiind i ii.es on business the first of tbe week. Mr. Cyrns Walker of Port Ludlow ia spending the holidays witb bis family in thia city. Mis* Waddell, of Elleuaburg, spsnt several daya in the city tbie week the guest of Mrs. Tuesley. Rev. Et ana visited Elleoabnrg, Tues day, delivering a lecture in tbe evening on 'Left-Handed People." The Meihodiat aud Baptist churches will commence a seriee of revivsl services on Monday evening uext. Rev. A. Bard and family bave re moved to Ellenaburg, where M...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 31 December 1896

iflgw_mcmtE%r j A NOUtU-t UMMft MOVST-IY IN SOUTHERN SWAMP*. in s a* nm m a** Va t a raUbeaO. Cyprus* lambs, haa not mad* much aaegtem In tb* marbate of tbi* dty, bnt H fa d___oalt to cmvlaoe a aouthcrner that H to not tb* coming wood for both taMAc* aad exterior ooMtrootioa. aad MB mmtmonlaji laaraadng popularity in tb* aawtbara atate* baa tod to enormous tevaaMaaata te ma ma swamp land, log ging amehlusry and mills for working va tba togs into pteaka, moldings, shln gtoa and otter building material. Cypraaa lagging to aa amphibious sort of abnstnaaa. The beet ct th* tr-eesgrow la aa nailed swamp*, which are often manly forest* through which the living watt* aonraaa toward tba aaa in a thou sand ohannab- It to seldom found on stsgmmt swamp tead. aad tb* best tim ber grow* whan otoar running water dnatete* round tba roots of tb* giant trssa Thar* an hundreds of snch place* in Florida and Lou Id an* I_tv* (j mam timber to an heavy that It daks if felled whan green, and oon ssqueutly ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 January 1897

/PL. VIII. READ THE ENTIRE LIST! AXES, ~~ CAKE GRIDDLES, SAWS, . Jj a CAKH TURNERS, WEDGES, 9 OHM *T CORN POPPERS, shovels, WflQnW'Q WAPPLB IRONS, LANTERNS, "ilj °UW ** f MA™ ROASTING PANS, STEEL TRAPS, _^ ~ A^ CHOPPING BOWLS, HOB SLEDS, ** _\__\ ** MINCING KNIVES, BUILDING PAPER. _ >m~3 . MEAT CHOPPERS, PENINSULAS, COOK STOVES AND STEEL RANGES. Ws are headquarters, we have the gooda. onr pricas are right --_.-____-———■■_-__ F_EiE_D FElsr3Sri3SrC3-Tolsr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. REAVIS A KNOLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 7 hit'! H. Second floor, Firat National Hank huiltl.ii.-f. U C. HENTON, kJ c ATTORNEY AT LAW. PraflttOM hi Federal ami all State Courts. Office over Vaklma National Hank. S *4AT H. HARE, DENTIST. Ofloa uvtr i'ostaftice, Yakima avenue, North Vaklma. II J. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. /•"■office over Yakima National Bank, North I YHkiins. Will praetlec In all ths courts ol the I -"fatesiiiil I. S. land offices. W. I...KINKS. J. M. HKWMAN. JONES A NKWMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 January 1897

THE YAKIMA HERALD. K. U. RRFI-. KIHTOR AXD MANAUF.K Pabllshed every Thiirsilsj*. nibscrlr*tton II OU per rear In arlvsnoe. Advertising rites nron application. THURSDAY. JANUARY 7. 1897. Reorganisation seems to have proven beneficial to the Northern Pacific in a marked degree. The net earnings of the road in September v.ere |76t,M and in October »l,;m814. Another lesson, which will probably not be otieerved by title-luiiiling young ladiee, is given in tbe fact that the Prin cess Chiniay. a former American beauty, is now living in a mud hut among the (iypeies. Apples are now i-uoled in Maine at 10 cen's per barrel. This is lb* minimum price, ot eouree, and is accounted for by a phenomenal crop of low grade fruit which will not 9tand transportation abroad and is undesired in the city mar- It etc. Tbe attempt to discover the north pole proves not to lie such a foolish piece of business after all. Nanscn received $4ii, frotn a Loadoa publisher for his forth coining book, 195,000 for the ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 January 1897

DM WEEKLY GUST Paragraphic Penciling of ••<rale Re porters in tbeir Searcn for News. MANY MATTERS Or LOCAL MOMENT In, ill Item* Hi(ardl»( IflUcrllasie. mm I si in. vtiitih Have Trans, pirid in Hint limit. >or«h a skims ■ Miring the I'iiai Weeßt. Judge C. B. Graves is in the city to close ap his judicial huainess. Died, Sunday, Jan. 3d, of diptheria. infant daughter of John France of the WeiuiH. Will Fulkerson, who is now stationed at Toppenish ns ni_l.t operator, spent Sunday in the city. John Ralph, local Homager of the tele phone exchange, returned from his visit to Colfax on Monday. N. Ilariung has declined to qualily as city councilman from the 3d ward and the vacancy will be filled by appoint ment. Vadc Lillie removed to the (iuilland bouse on Monday lo remain unlii he re cover* from the effect of his late surgical Operation. He is able to move aliout with the aid of crutches. Alex Brandenburg returned on Tues day from his ranch near Prosser. He reports the made in a horr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 7 January 1897

MID-OCEAN RESCUE. Perils of Bbvliih Drowning Per- sons at Soa. Maar I -I". Oltea Risk**! to have Uaa- Stlrrlng Inrtiii-nt of a Trip Across tho Atlaotlr - A Would-Be Sui< lilr. Much imperiling of life is demanded iv the mid-ocean rescue of a drowning man, and such an incident always fi.r nishes intense ilramatic interest for a spectator. Karon de Muloriic. in a re cent interesting work, recalls nn excit ing scene he witnessed yean ago, while crossing the Atlantic. The ship was Several dnys out. wher. one afttnnsin he was idly lounging about on the up per deck. Suddenly, he says. I saw a man approach the bulwark. He threw overboard some objects - we learned afterward that tlley were his Ulblc und a rosary —and followed them with a> header into the foaming sea. "Man overboard!'' I cried, but the storm covered my voice, and I rushed up to the bridge tocall the attention of the officer on duty to the accident. .Stop! Half-speed nstern. nnd orders for the lowering of the boat were t...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 January 1897

-iT/L. VIII. READ THE ENTIRE LIST! YOU WILL NEED SOME OF THESE. AXES, ~ " CAKH GRIDDLES. SAWS, . 5£ i CAKK TURNERS, WEDGES, * i=x=3 - CORN POPPERS, SHOVELS, nm nnnm 4 TTP. fprnn WAFFLE IRONS, LANTERNS, "lij"UW " * -tIISA ICHO ROASTING PANS, ST KEL TRAPS, *^ CHOPPING BOWLS, ROB SLEDS, * §2 * MINCING KNIVES, KUILDING PAPER. MEAT CHOPPERS, PENINSULAR COOK STOVES AND STEEL RANGES. We are headquarter*, we have ths -clods, our prices sre right _■_—_————_ f_r_b3d FEisrisriisrcß-TOisr PROFESSIONAL CARDS. REAVH A ENGLEHART, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Kooms 7 ami 8, Heeoud floor, First National Hank tiiiildliijr. Vi C HENTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. I'ra.tiri- lii holer.; ami all State Courts office river Ysklma National Hsuk. \^\T 11. MARE, DENTIST. office over PostaPAce. Ysklma avenue, North Ysklma. II .1. SNIVELY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ft*-, > ■ cc over Yskims National Bank, North Yiikiniii will practice in all th« courts ol the Statea—d r. pi. laud offices. w. i.. .ionks. i, ■. mnmAif, JONES _ NEWMAN, ATTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 January 1897

IHF YAKIMA HERALD. I. M. RRKP. KPITOR AN'li MANAtIKK Publish.-,! r-.-rv ThiirsiUyi SHt-srrlptl.iu 11.00 per year in advance. Advertising rates spun application. THURSDAY. JANUARY li, 1897. EXIT M'GRAn. The outgoing governor, without assum ing to lay ont work for the legislature, delivered! a brief snd graceful farewell message, in which he urged retrench ment in state expenses, briefly reviewed his efforts in this direction snd displayed a thorough snd businesslike knowledge of the finsncial condition with which the party in power bas to deal. He did not fight shy of the political upheaval which has done him out ot the senstorship, tint said, good-naturedly: "You, gentlemen, more truly than has lieen wonted in our legislative assemblies, represent all the people of the state in their political convictions. Every shade! of opinion known to our politics is, I be lieve, represented among you. This, in my judgment, is as it should lie, for, to lie Irank with you, I for one, do not be li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 January 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraph Penciling ol "erild" Re porters Id tbeir Fearco for Hews. MANY MATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I,oral Item* Rrcardlnar miact-llane oii. |HM Whirl. Hare Irani plrrd in an* Abont >nrili laklnia During the Paat Werk, A. P. Fulkerson ia confined to hia bed with a severe attack of aickneaa. .fudge .1. 15 Davidson haa appointed W. Oi Stayt court commissioner for Yakiuiu county. Mra. K. 11. Shardlow returned home Wednesday alter a pleasant visit witb frienda in Ellensburg. The Library a-soi iatlon ia arranging to givo a l'l'intii ball at Mason's opera I.nun.- on Tuesday evening, Feb. 2d. John Bartholet and Kd. Barkwell have rented the brick building adjoining the I.o*f block, on Yakima avenue, and will shortly open a restaurant. J. B. Ge-.rge, of Toppenish, and the Widow Hatch, of Zillab, were in tbe city on Wednesday settling up the estate of the letter's late huaband. The public ia cordially invited to the regular servicee of the Christian church next Sunday. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 14 January 1897

THE BABY'S EYES a Polat Often Overlooked In Caring for th* llelpleaa Little Miles. It ia a very common thing* to see an Infant gaze unblinkingly at a bright light without any attempt being made on the part of the parent or nurse to prevent it. A atil) more harmful prac tice ia to allow a baby tn take its daily ride with its little face upturned to the bright open skies without the carriage sunshade lo protect its eyes. If there ia no bright sunlight the nurse takes it for granted that the shade is unneces sary, forgetting* fliat gazing up into the sky is really painful after the cyea become tired of the bright light It seems to be the pvncrul supivuMt'on that infants' ryes have remarkable powers of endurance in this respect and that no harm will result from tbe ex posure. This is a great mistake, for an infant's eyes are iv reality more sus ceptible to injury than an adult's. A child is totally unable to protect itself during the first weeks of life by Milling its head or shading it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 January 1897

VOL. IX. _t^ O R Pure Drugs, Fine Chemicals, Elegant Pharmaceutical Preparations, Fine Tooth and Hair Brushes, Sweet and Lasting Perfumes, and to have your Prescriptions carefully compounded, go to the NORTH YAKIMA DRUG STORE FIRST STT*E.T_. rr ftW" Sign .»f the lilata Mortar. You are laterested .... In kuowing where you can purchase Flour and Grrain, Hay and Mill Feed at the lowest possihle prices. Having started a store of this character in the building formerly occupied by the Wal lace-Coburn Hardware Co., I invite a share of your patronage, guaranteeing perfect satisfaction. I also do a GENERAL* COMMISSION BUSINESS BRING ME YOUR PRODUCE. HENRY PRESSEY. COR. YAKIMA AYE. AND FIRST ST. Hotel Yakima $ $ $ $ Sample Room BILLIARD PARLORS IN CONNECTION. j LIBBY <&, RIGGLE. PROPRIETORS. When looking for a good cigar, a quiet drink or a game of bil liards, give us a call. FIRST-CLASS MO TONIG J. F. RUNYON. All orders left with Moore & Moore will receive prompt attention. C,W. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 January 1897

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKKIi. KIHTOR AND MANAOKR Piiliiisl,..il every Thnr-ds>**. rabscrtptlon title j-or year In aO* ance Advertising rates ni".ll si't'licstlon. THURSDAY. JANUARY tl, m7. FRUIT GROWERS CONVENTION. The first thought that strikes one when reflecting upon the fruit growers' conven tion just closed is Ihat sixteen railroad men was a pretty big H presentation ol the freight business growing out ol fruit raising iv this section of country. \Ye have come along with the business so quietly that we did not realize bow ex tensive it lias grown to be. If sixteen railroads are interested in tbe matter of hauling our fruit for what there is in it lor them, then tbere ought to be some thing in it lor us. There were the com mission men, too, Irom far and near two from So far away as Wmnepeg, with their furs snd general arctic appearance It gives a very great importance to all those scientific assurances that the fruit trees arc not bad]v damaged. If, in the beginning of our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 January 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Faragrapbic Pecclllngs of "mid" Re porters in their Searcn for Hews. ;.! .NY MATTERS Or LOCAL MOMENT I ... .■ I Item* It. (larding Tl la, rllanr <-ii. I.va-iil. Ul Have Iran.- I'li'.l Hi Hlld Ibnill Norsli Isklina ■ luring ihe r«.i tirrk. Fred Ohandler left last night for Ross land It. C. I». XV. Simmons has gone to Olympia, being attracted by the sensforial fight. The council has instructed the city at torney to draw np an ordinance reducing the d"g license from $.2 to |1. 11. II (.milliard left on Saturday last for Sun Francisco for a visit of a couple of weeks with his brother. Auditor Flint issued a marriage license, on Ihe Kith inst., to Samuel I*. Flower and Mrs. Amy M. Beckett, of Mabton. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Voliva of the Selah valley, are being congratulated by their friends upon the birth of a son and heir. Legh It. Freeman has been spending the past two weeks in Olympia trying to get some kind of an appointment from liovernor Rogers. Sain'l B. Willia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 21 January 1897

ROTTED HER SPINE. eii.tul.r Misfortune "t an Imllana Olrl «ie- ii.i AmmrnXmrxA a iin. A lnrg*e numlier of physicians who were ncijiininted with the cuse of Yerla. the 12-year-old daughter of Frank C'hrismun, B prominent business man of Middlctown. near Muncic, Did . wen unanimous in saying that it MOB tke must peculiar case of the kind on tec ord. Mays the Cincinnati Enquirer, This girl died at her home the otberevening after terrible suffering for four years. When nt the age of si\ years abe swnl lowed n pin. She did not suffer any from the affects, but ber frightened parents summoned n pb;. striata, w ho in formed them that it vwis .in impossi bility to remove the pin, but tbat it would six in work out nt some portion of the bodjr. Two years later she com menced Buffering with pains in her Lack, and it. soon became necessary that, she remain in l«-<I. A physician was culled, but could not explain the cause of the pain, other physieiani were m I led and the cause w as explained ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 January 1897

VOL. IX. jjF ~<jf£ Jk. oj*j_____ rr OFFER ! » 1 /Vn Opportunity I HF!! pi - l .-v* ra I »X J.* ffl W j :..;...u..?l a. Lifetime 1 | i The price of Tin. Hkrai.d is Two Dollars unless paid strictly in advance. . Everyone knows that Thk Hkrald is the conservative paper of Yakima. It .. -\ *'f" has labored consistently for for the Mercantile Interests, the Panning Interests, * the Mechanical Interests and the Interests of All for many years past. It has always been the paper of the people. It is not a paper which is here one day . and gone the next but is the Standard Paper of the County. j a f For the year 1897, it will make the following offers which will be found ▼ advantageous to every cash subscriber: Tiik Hkk.vi.d and the Cosmopolitan, one year for $1.75. a The Cosmopolitan is a monthly magazine which needs no recommendation a '▼• to the reading public. Its fine illustrations and choice reading matter has pr^ brought its circulation to nearly the half million mark. It is the be...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 January 1897

IHE YAKIMA HERALD. K. M. RKKP. KDITOR ASH MANAUKR Psbllahed every Tlmn-tlsy: •übatrlptlon 1101) per year In advance. Advertising rates upon application. THURSDAY. JANUARY 19, WW. SENATOR TURNER. Hy the time Tiik Hkkuh reaches its readers, tlie senatorial conflict will, no doubt, lie ended. Word waa received from Olympia late last evening lo tbe effect that Judge Turner had been select ed in joint caucus, and will to-day, when ballot ie taken, found to have 80 votes —more than enough to elect bim U. B, aenator. The people of the state will re joice now the question ie settled. In settling upon Turner the legislators has done the very best thing possible for the state. Turner ie one of the great men of Washington Of course the pop ulists will wince under the failure to elect an out-and-out pop; but so much the better fur the rest of us that they could not. The republicans bave nothing against Turner excepting his quitting ol them. They loved him and hated to let him go. Many of them h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 January 1897

USUAL WEEKLY GRIST Paragraphic Penciling., of'Herald'' Re porters in tbeir Searcn for lews. KAN. MATTERS OF LOCAL MOMENT I.ncnl ■■■ vi» Hi a» mm* .tll.i rlliaur. ■•us lirmt \» m, l. llm liam l.iir.i 111 i, ml llmiiii •Nnrtli laklma iitiin.il iii<- I'aal \».m. Born. Sunday, Jan. 24th, to Mr. and Mrs. I. F. I '.t.'iii.iti, a eon. Judge John B. Davidson will open court in this city on Monday next. Senator Leah has introduced a bill making it unlawful to sell, give away or han.He cigarettes or cigarette papers. K. A. I.ytm left on Monday forTacoma. lie expects to visit Olympia and take in the senatorial circus before returning home. U. 1!. Milroy has been spending the past week in Olympia keeping a watchful eye on legislation in the interest of the sheepmen of Central Washington. J. M. Nt 'a n.iiii, who was able to be around (nr a few .lays after a long sick ness, had another attack on Monday and is again confined to his resilience. The wife and son of John Michaels re turned Beet a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 28 January 1897

THE USE OP fcOCAINB. Mora* Trmln.rt and Jorfcrya Find It t» fnl las « llr.rer For 1 1.-lr Nag.. Within a recent period cocaine has enme Into use on the raeo track as a stimulant. Horses thnt nre woru and ex hausted, or nre uncertain ns to speed and endurance, nre given 10 to 13 grains of rocatnn by the needle tmder tho skin nt tlie time of starting, or a few moments before. Tbe effects are very prominent, and a veritublo muscular delirium f..Hows, in which the horse displays unusual speed and often unexpectedly wins Ihe race. This agitation eontinaee, nnd the driver bas difficulty in "(•lowing down" tbe horse after the nice Is over; Mt unfre quently the horse will go half Way round again before be can he stopped. The » % buustion which follows is not marked, gamaA) in the great thirst nnd loss of ap petite. Sometimes diarrhea and trem bling follow. But good grOOBM give un nsnnl nttcnticn to rubbing nnd lathing the legs ln hot wnier nnd Stimulants Tho general effect m the horse is de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 February 1897

VOL. ix. *T iF A Q_r«-EA rr OFFER! -f: W\ I I /Vn Opportunity 1 I •..• \.-j?ta Lifetime I The price of Thk Herald is Two Dollars unless paid strictly in advance. i A Everyone knows that Thk Hkrald is the conservative paper of Yakima. It . f has labored consistently for for the Mercantile Interests, the Farming Interests, »* the Mechanical Interests and the Interests of All for many years past. It has always been the paper of the people. It is not a paper which is here oue day i . and gone the next but is the Standard Paper of the County. j ± ' ▼ For the year 1897, it will make the following offers which will be found "*v advantageous to every cash subscriber: THE Hkkai.d and the Cosmopolitan, oue year for $1.75. a The Cosmopolitan is a monthly magazine which needs no recommendation La ▼ to the reading public. Its fine illustrations and choice reading matter has !"*'?* brought its circulation to nearly the half million mark. It is the best of all the modern magazines and has put the ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 4 February 1897

THE YAKIMA HERALD. I K. M RKKI). KDITOR ANH MANv-KK Pahllnhed every Tliur»d«v. rabaerlpt.na 1100 per year In advance, adveitlalag rates upon application. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ;, WW, THRUST AND PARRY. Mr. Cleveland's opening observation to ex-Queen 1.11 on the occasion of her visit to the White House was extremely frank and courteous and yet so admirably veiled in the language of true diplomacy tbat the nation is in BO w n-e committed, much less iuvolved. "IVm't you." he asked, se he grasped the dusky hand of her ex Majesty, "don't you find tbis pretty cold weather?" That is the language of your true statesman ; and yet mark how ably the question was parried by tbe Queen, to-wit: "Your Kxcelletu y, I have been in the country long enough to get accus tomed to it." Not a word or syllable did ehe utter indicative as to whether she found it cold or hot or only so-so. And yet, at the very moment o! taking this -Otfcommlttsl position as to the state of the weather and how* she found it, the ...

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