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A New Year's Caneing

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As the fliades of the New Year's eve we;e beginning to fall, a mysterious looking package was handed in the front door of fhe senior editor's cottage. It might have been a Bliek of dynemite or some infernal machine from some contemporary whose efforts to blow us up in hi editorial columns had been unsurcesrfal, for all he knew. But wiih careles dsregard of the consequences the package was opened and great Waa the gurprise at finding it to be a beautiful, gold-headed, ebony cane, on the head of which was artigtically engraved: "From the employees to K. Kittredge, Jan. lst, 1890." Attached to the cane was a neat card containing the natnes of the donors and the expression of their kind regards, which the recipiƫnt appreciates even more than the gift. TO THE EMPLOYEES'. You will please accept rny warmest thanks for your testimonial, very appropriate now whih I am untortunately compelled to depend on a cane or two in my weak perembulating efforls. I shall ever cherish it as a memorial of the pleasant relations cf the years we have spent together. With earnest wishes for the prosproas future of everv one of vour number, I


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